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: October 10, 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: VID00615
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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I The commissioners at their rigular

Aa stated in the Valley Gazette I! meeting Monday definitely fixed the

two weeks: ago, Miss ,Agnes Harris, route of the good road to, be built
t ..' -T Vho fills the chair Of Domestic Science from Kissimmee to connect with the'

',.1,at the State College .for Women as!I road that will__be 'built by"Brevard

I well,as representing the:Agricultural i county, which will make a first class

Department at Washington, appeared 1" road from here to the east coast.,
before the county 'commissioners on The route surveyed by Engineer "

Monday and asked their cooperationin Ludlatn I is from a point; quarter ofa

the'way of making an appropriation: I _- I mile above Ashton to the line, of

,) for the formation of ta Cirls' Canning 4 r New the East Coast Railway, a distanceof
ten, miles, which will be extended
.Club.. in Osceola, county. i k ,
II to- the county line as soon as the
I' Miss Harris was introduced to the 'I Brevard county authorities adopt the ;$
Board by Supt W. J. Sears, who stated II
rout over which their' part of. the
i that this most not
gifted lady came as I
highway will ruh.lThe
a supplicant asking aid but merely : HOME OF N. C. BRYAN, EMMETT AND CLYDE AVENUE clerk was ordered to prepare
to ask that Osceola assist I
county the _
..... ... deeds for the right of way and as soon
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national -
and state in -- ---
governments establishing -
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in O8c<*>1.t*county an adJunct will and It is' that
ALL DOGSMOST begin, hoped our
to the schools that would be of , Ministers Appeal .to, CATTLE MEN sister county on the east will no longer

more lasting good than any other one delay action, as a !good road from here
thing that could be employed. Council to the east coast'1.'one of the necessities ''

Miss.Harris, who is a gifted speaker WEAR I City to Censor ARE during the ''coming ,winter to
and a lady of most pleasing per COMING'TtIFLORIDA accommodate the hundreds who tonr" "'

sonality, told the commissioner! that All Moving Pictures South Florida In autos.
canning clubs were now in successful MUZZLESIF I The report of the, engineer:on the

existence in thirteen counties in'the ;;I route follows .

State, and that they had proved a., AND '$';slm nee. Fla.,, Oct. '6, 1913. : k t
wonderful aid in training the mindsof COUNCIL I ANNOUNCES THAT IT, WILL ACT IN HEARTY COOPERATION Hon.. E., L. Lesley Chairman J{ '

the young school girls in the art IN DRAFTING THAT Dear Sir: As Instructed, I have t'
., r of caring for the home and the garden, TO 'RAISE FINE -STOCKR. made a preliminary survey of the }proposed t
and especially as to the work a woman Ashton-East Coast Public Road,
would'be called upon to do when'-she where I and the accompanying' map'will show .
became the head of a family; thatthe BUT COUNCIL DOES NOT SEETHE l\issimmee; will fall in line with \beer) wire or spirituous liquor the most feasible route to connect the'

government paid one-half the wages NEED OF PROHIBITING great cities{ of the country and Denser f of-any'kind is sold at; retail, or to be Jl: ROLIFF, OF WEST, : VIRGINIA Iwo"" places. ,;., ,

of the woman employed 'to instruct CHICKENS FROM SCRATCH. the pictures before they are shownon drunk upon the premises where sold, WILL COME! HERE WITH A" I find to build the proposed road on

the'girls'; the state one-twelfth and the ING FOR: WORMS IN KISSIMMEE8 the screens in our local theaters,, billiard rooms, ten pin alleys, theaters I' HERD OF HEREFORD CATTLE the township line would be an expensive ;
'To this end the Ministerial association or public halls and all places used for proposition, having encountered
commissioners and school board five- J WIII(5lI liE
,__ BEAUTIFULFLOWER.GARDENS. made an appeal to the council public exhibitions, games or amuse- WILL I of 'Size and
twelfths; that she made rre<]ueht visits I cypress swamps enormous ,
to each club and 'instructed both I. some weeks ago, which appeal was men a.of any' kind, and'taverns,hotel j CROSS uWITH .VA. hebTfdgingoHhreeeanalawouldbenecessary.( -

the woman' in charge and the girls I: referred to the city attorneys, who and other houses- for public entertainment \ . TIVE STOCK. I Consequently, I withdrew

in and j ruled that the city was not the regulator ,,to require all such,places to be to the'half-section line as,ahoW!) and
!: : canning' cultivating vegetables dr.thl, ) The !much discussed bull! dog, and of public morals, but that ruling kept and used subject to such reasonable one I IMr. found comparatively easy going. To 5(

' .prliejn t'lthel"glrliwho'receiv the. ,.ontcettwae'"a'warded} : f!a'ihandsome chicken f' ordinances'came; 'up formation) dinotJmeetjthe4hIeastof! j !/,*the*j!minis--<: ,; I ,',regulations! as,the ,Council! i!, may R. J. RoliftT, of the foremostbreeders' I build this road will require'eight sep :
at < reeting of the'council: iTuesday ten and at last,'Tuesday mght'ameetng Ltorequire: wall keepers f<'of .of : ; fills cubic
M' prescribe: \ } arate or 3,595 yards. w'
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! -" ,.;{,,/:'I PI b Jihe state;r the night, and I fthej* bull4doi S lend" aofKtrtf. the* B. tokV the Y*$appeared 9 W TWiHfi ajt'aln-wlth"f j a'e oat ''suchfi /toprocurefrom\the'city;i \ tyrglnla'v'visited$ ;: our city and county These Alls in every I instance, are
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on given Kho rerelved the state prize and was!'game went' through flyin col l lore 'forceful(argument why ,the ptcturea j j &or>, townlicenee!! ? |for, 4keeping i .|.tth:; 'laat',spring and was so taken with the comparatively an' inexpensive undertaking *
to ,
trip Washington $100 .
a although it was, amended to in should be censored,,and made such an same, etc." splendid'opportunities for producing there' being an1 almost, Inexhaustible
in money. elude all ,dogs that run'at large shall : impression on the council that a committee Surely this is law enough to authorize cheap beef, and recognizing the great supply of material at convenient
In fact Miss Harris went into all the be muzzled or the marshal will put: consisting of Councilmen T. M. I your body -to make. provision for i loeed'of a better breed of cattle, has distance. y

details of the plan, and answered them in the pound and kill them inl; Rivers,and, C. E. Yowell were appointed ke;ping the places of amusement 'decided come to Florida and embark There will also' be three bridges .

every question asked in a manner that two days if not claimed, and to makeit to.take the matter up with the Min- t'clean, and we insist that you make I in the growing of a better grade 01: to construct, two of an ,Inexpensive

convinced! the commissioners that they bad for the dog, the ordinance car- isterial association, to the end thatan I i such provision for the moving picture (I cattle than we have here at the present character and the third 'spanning the
could do no better thing'tor the girlsof ries with it clause that the ,I shows Ime'. ''
', a owner I ordinance curing the supposedevil i I f I canal, connecting Lake Lizzie with ;a.
Oiceola! county than appropriate', or owners of all dogs found running: could be drawn. A special grand jury was appointedin Just such men as Mr RoliflT Is what Lake Lose The latter should be'of

their half of the. money to defray the at large without muzzles shall be fined The brief and argument submitted. 1910 in New York to investigatethe brings a country into its own, and develops I substantial construction, as it, spans ;r

expanses, and,the motion setting aside not exceeding ten dollars, which will by'the ministers is here published in "White Slave Traffic," and we the possibilities that are sure the'drainage canal and to place pilings .I

the, sum of $02.50 paused without a be the cause of many a dog's death, as I full: and certain. The fact that cattle I In mid-stream would obstruct the free d

dissenting vote. many will; permit the death of their 1 follows( : never require feed at any time dur- flow of water by causing' the,canal to

On Tueday the'proposition was presented dog rather than being subjectedJx; a Kissimmee, Fla., Oct. 6, 1013. "In this connection mention should ,ing the year, always, plenty grass andno clog up with the immense amount of "
to the school board; and 'was fine of ten dollars. To' the Honorable City 'Council, Kis- be mad of moving picture' Shows as I lack of water at any time. No hyacinths passing through.

accepted by that body with little or no The ordinance as' passed ,follows: simmee, Flordia furnishing to' this class of personsan severe ,storms, in fact an ideal place Your proposed road will open up M
discussion, and Superintendent Sears into for the cattle growing industry that territory which is for the f
An Ordinance Requiring All Dogs In Greeting: The undersigned, con- opportunity for leading girls now greater
", was instructed to at once ,begin ,casting Kissimmee City to be Muzzled.Be stituting the Ministerial Associationof a life of'-shame. These Shows naturally I is.,sure to groW to larger proportions. I part almost inaccessible to any kindof E

around for a woman capable of it Ordained by the Council of Kia- Kissimmee, beg leave to make appeal ; attract large numbers of children, Florida alone consumes more than .: vehicle. It, will at least Increase ;'

filling the position of instructor, whose simmee C'Iyt! to you in i behalf of the children I and while the law provides that no 5,000 beeves daily, thus the home markets the value of land fifty cents.-per acre '

salary will he $75 a month for four Section 1.' That from and after the and youth of our city. .. i child under the age 'of sixteen shall alb encouraging, and constantly 'in the immediate sections through r

months. As the season is now so far passage and approval of this Ordi- We recognize the moving picture : be allowed to attend unaccompaniedby i growing better, and there, can. never which it passes. This :Would add in
advanced, it was thought best, and nance the owner or owners of all dogs show as a ,most patent' factor- In' the" ,j parent or guardian, it is a 'fac't, I be sufficient beef grown any more to value to the, said abutting lands some +

was so decided at a conference be- found running at large without muzzles I I impression of educational information I as shown by the number of arrests supply the ever Increasing demand. $3,500.00,which should more than pay "

" tween Mr. Sears and.:MIs8 Harris on in Kissimmee City shall, upon and moral sentiment, involving fundamental I j and convictions, that the law is fre- Again, the lands 'that can now bel for the entire'proposition.,' Thus you

Wednesday night, to postpone the appointment ',conviction, be fined not exceeding ten and far reaching principles of j I quently violated." Evidence upon which I bought at extremely low prices, can be will ace such road building; Is an asset .I M f.

of county instructor, until dollars. human nature. It is already ,' indictments have been found and con counted on to make' their purchasers )1l to the county e

January,when she could arrange' clubs Sec. 2. Any dog found upon the effective in its Influence.We extensively I victions .subsequently secured, has l large dividends on the rise that is' I would also call your attention to ''

and begin active work for the spring streets of the city shall immediatelyhe .are glad believe, that'a large been given which shows that, in spite! sure to come,' then while. cattle are the fact that for scenic beauty this 't y'

crop of tomatoes. In the meantimeMr. impounded by'the marshal and the part of the pictures exhibited in this I of the activities of the authorities in feeding on the pastures, and lands would surpass any road thus far con' ;6S t

.Sears would be glad for any woman owner or owners notified of sam If city are wholesome and uplifting, and watching: these places; many girls owe rising in value, at same time large struct d'IJi Osceola county, passing as

in the county who feels that she the owner or owners cannot be' located we desire that they be kept clean:' I I their ruin to frequenting them.' In valuable troves of citrus fruits can it close' the numerous '
the and desires Instance of the above is the case'of a be 'to further swell the bank pretty clear water lakes.
is qualified to fill_ position it shall be the duty of the mar- In discussing the picture show frequent j grown I r,
to do so to confer with him, as shal to kill the dogs after keeping the reference is made to the'"Na-1 I'' defendant indicted by the grand jury account of people engaged in this The distance" from Narcoossee to
the rules provide that'the name of the for of two I I tional Board' of Censorship," as if it and convicted before Your Honor, profitable business the East,Coast would also be considerably
same a period days. I
instructor must be.submitted to Miss board of'our National Government where three girls met as many young We welcome'Mr. Rollff( and all such shortened by building a branch k
Passed in session of the Council were a (
Harris, who will forward ,it to. the this the 7th open of October A. D. This is not the case. This men at a Harlem picture show. At valuable citizens to our excellent coun. road beginning in Section 6,''Township
department at Washington for, con,., day censorship is appointed by the "Na the eau, of the performance, the young try. Mr. RoliftT stands high In the esteem 26 S, Range 82 E, and crossing the existing

firmation. 1913.But which tional Association of Film Makers," men' were taken by an employee of .of his countrymen, and Is well bridge over the canal between
the ordinance
In.\ connection with'the' organizationof at and has no more connection with the the place through a door jn the rear connected: (in financial circles, and enJoys Trout Lake and Lake Joel and skirt-
Boys' corn 'c ubs and Girls' tomato prohibited,fowls running at large!.. National Government than the Boardof into connecting building-used as a the reputation of growing prize ing the north border 0f the New Eden s>

clubs we take the liberty *of quoting any time, did not meet with the same evi- Trade-has with the government: of .fire .exit for the moving picture show winners in the great stock shows of I Plantation in Sections' 35 and 86, 1. +.. .
from the Times-Union October 2d, '' hearty reception, the laid the City of Kissimmee. It would be -where ,they' met the girls, and all the country, having the ,verb- best Township 25 S, Range 31 E; thence .
that the hen that thence"k
showing, the dates set for the contest dently believing Kissimmee .just as consistent to look to the'"Na passed the night together. strains oft illooded' Hereford cattle in'''due east along Lake Centre; l
by the several counties in Florida: I the egg had rights that even tional Liquor Dealers Association" to "The Society' for the Prevention of his herds. northwest half a mile to the south t,%
bound respect. I J I
Several counties have selected datesfor people were to temperance in Kissimmee, Cruelty to Children has furnished statistics . boundary of Section 22 Township 25
exhibition',Anyhow,. the ordinance was permittedto regulate "National Board ofCensorship" showing that since the 13th W. A. McCool. who divides his time S, Range 31 E; thence east one mile;
JIM the.county contest die a peaceful death, although the as to expect this the I day of December, 1906( 33 cases of between _Kissimmee and Beaver Falls, I thence in a northwesterly direction t
and Canning against
of the Gardening to guard, us
Girls'. ,petition requesting its passage' was, :rape and seduction originated in moving , pa., arrived here Monday, and will re- across Section 20( to Narcoossee. This) $
clubs'and the Boys' clubs. of Immoral pictures. (
corn signed! by..a l large number of our best exhibition that |j picture shows, in some instancesthe main until the snow ceases to fly at branch road would mean an additional
so far selected as find investigation your ,
The We ,
dates as are
and foremost citizens. the General perpetrators being the employeesof his northern home Mrs McCool I, whois six, miles of:county road, and would z
follows ;
: ; | body is operating-under lover of the up'neW' territory' and increase ;1
a great
'" the shows. water; say.hewlll open .,
of Florida, and I
Holmes county! Friday. ', October 17, COUNTY COURT JURORS Statutes of the State of said "It is not the purpose of this reference have,the speediest boat on:I Lake values sufficiently to more than .cover,
1044 <
"at Bonifay. October I "E.-S. B'knd,_ M., Cosner,;,Randolph we quote from Section I to bring indictment. against the Tohopekaliga in a few ,weeks'' that the cost.of construction. < ;

Bradford 'county, Saturday, Young, C. S. Aci-ee, C. W. Goodrich, Statutes as 'follwl: shall moving picture show,. 'which. under ever'run'', in. Florida, waters-'which he Respectfully submitted;

25;at Lake Butler. Octo1I j jEscambia J.'II. Walker, C.'R./Funk; W. It. Ma-j "The City .or Town Council and restrainall I r" will use: hunting, : and fishing tripe'during ]''J( ,_":,, R.It.LUDLAMT, r t

: ,,county* Thursday" ' .c; . rsonr' James Durance,''.1'.,.E, Bass, have power to regulate ,and places : (Continued on page : the,. open game !eaa n.. I M, County Engineer.f' .'
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Opening Service in New, We must insist, Gentlemen of the ,):'}((1;

Council, that the latter clause of the ..., .... ... :,

, Methodist Church to Be above quotation, which is from according great authority to- ,
I. I I your own attorneys
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1 will abundantly justify you

4 Held on Next SundayJWISHOP I p I granting petition the regulation is for provision sought.Our to. prevent . THE OURFRISETORE : .. .

J : the exhibition of such pictures, .. .
pUblic morals," and 1
\ as "tend to corrupt

.;:.. _' _-4--__ _IL", u.C.;,. MORRISON__ WILL UELI\'JmTJlISERl\IONATMonN.-', ;: -.--."I jtia! ; in the.Interest: of. public morals! '. _. '._ .11.};i ,
h ING R1EVTS.W. LAWLER,,,:'CFORMER pleadTWe -. -- ----.- -- - -. .
SERVICE, AND that we !1 :I! ,
t. remind that the ,
PASTOR OF TilE CHURCH HERE, AT NIGHT. beg you ''i ; .,." :. '
I' .1" ,question of public morals is receiving . ._ .
1; __ I large attention even by municipalities. , .
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-- I 1' As instance ot, this'we'quote the following . '.' ,' S 1' . "
+ t .,' and Justice of of last week, to wit ,,J_,__ .
Sunday morning: at 11.o'clock' will faith in the/ goodness news.item "- -' " .'
'' a witness the culmination of years of !!I God of our' people as, well as an orna (This Item Is from Detroit, Michigan, 116 BROADWAYKISSIMMEE < :
r 'ment of'which our city could ever be a city of 465,766 inhabitants, which
i desire and months of labor on the part t !:
proud. added to its population during the last
6: of'the Methodists' this city, for t' The services Sunday will be most decade" 180,704, or a.little over 38%:) :

i i that time the doors.! of the magnificent impressive, a' splendid program .hav "All good citizens are encouragedto ooooooo.oooooo. .o.oo.o.oo oOoooooooooo.oo.oooooo..oo..oooc

I new church edifice will be thrown' open ; ing'been' arrangedf; which includes the know' that a clear note of interest' ; I' I

and 'the first service within-'Ita walls I delivery of the sermon at the morning into thf! moral uplift.of the: city had .
will be held. service by Bishop H. C..Morrison, and gone' out from official sourc s. In '

This building, which is not,only the >at ,the evening service by Rev., S. W dealing with organized vice the police OPENING. MONDAY :-!
.pride of the local Methodists, but of Lawler, at one time pastor' of the ,j commissioner" .: has decided to make a .
all our people regardless of, religious .church.It clean sweep of the whole business, '
i affiliation,' has been in the course of ,; is possible the largest congrega adopting the policy of elimination to '

f'' construction for the past five months, tion' ever assembled' at a church service take the place of segregation. Keepers .'. OCT. 13TH. : ;
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it in Kissimmee will be presenton .
and the, committee delegated by the of vile resorts have been notifiedto \ ...
church to 'fee that the building was ';Sunday, andVhile'.the entire building close 'up, in ten days. In dealing '
conclusion have Sunday school room and all-will be difficult .31
carried to a with this delicate and situation .
to the fullest, 8rif;i''used, 'those desiring to, witness these ; '
( performed'thir duty the commissIoner has displayed A Complete Line of : : ; :,1,1Ladies'
( ; especially can". this be said as to- Jno;, i most impressive ceremonies, should 'a fine sense of fairness and consideration ,
{ M. Leethe, chairman; who has never i not' be.latein their"attendance. if.they for' the nearly 500 inmates of .t .
once l lagged, but has-worked in''and( out''' lcsif,fa advantageous seat. these places and has given them time S ;

of season, through the day and far Tho following is ihe complete Adjust themselves to a condition) oC :
t ? a
the to make the house aJ j of" both morning and i \ Gents' 'F :
g into night gram i pro'j, virtuous living. The Board_of Corn> Furnishings .
fitting monument to the fidelity to the. icrvicer:: merce and other civic societies will ,

'A 1 r / 99_ _ V9V9_ _ _ _, _ _ _ ._ _.'.a.. . r. .. .. .,-.,,--,., ....... .. ..a.a.' a a ....TTTTTOpening'ServicesNew do-operate by assisting/ them to find .'

place for honest employment,
1 S Methodist Chur'Ch; "The censorship of all show houses .. .

has been. made so strict that .some A SPECIAL REDUCTION ON '. .' f
Kissimmee Fla. October 121913ti
managers 'have become heavy losers, .',

00 one declaring that the recent order EVERYTHING IN OUR LINE Vt: ,' '
against the Thaw films is costing him .

ti MORNING $500 a day. All productions are now , .
Invocation to be brought to police> headquartersand ,
1 Si Response given in the presence of approved ;
I Song No. 22.1 censors and can' not be given on the DAYS OF BUSINESS. ., :;

Apostles. Creed stage.ijntil ,they have'th4! official ap
In this work- of reform the
Prayer proval. _
t r -4 Anthem='Awake, thou that Sleeput" police department has the cooperation S ', .

i ' .. old Testament lesIOn . of the local press."-The Conti ooooo oOooooooo oooooo ooooooooo .oooooooooo.oooo.oo000.0.
f r '. Solo-Mill Alma Griffin nent., "
New Testament Lesson .. There are no questions that can ': ,

r Announcements' come before you, Gentlemen of the
G '
r i +,' S ;;" Song No. 226 Council, of greater interest, nor that
ivV i ,' ', i ,.: ,Sermon by Bishop Morrison ,v: "', lay upon you heavier responsibility for ' .

: ,," Prayer. .. . ; right answer, thaw the questions that M. MARCUS Proprietor'-: :
pertain to public morals; and we beg
0 Song N 223 '
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,, ; BenedictionEVENING ., , . you in the' interest of the"children 1
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; '. t I', and youth of the city and their future
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i 'j !c\\lj' j ,,. ' ''." r',' ,' ., morals, to give this petition: more
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(,.', I1.1'1"i" :':" .',.n' :,, careful consideration, and to provide, FLORIDA .
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"" such regulation as shall secure. to the :
t S j" Invocation public clean shows. : .1'1
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t Song No. 240 : Respectfully submitted,

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I .I I, ..: ,- Sermon by Rev. S. W.Lawler ROYALTY ,PREFERS
10 s.\ Anthem-'Jehovah's Praise" To,which appeal .the following answer SHORT SERMONSIf '

,\ .i!', t f r, Song No. 278 ,, ,', '; '.. was sent the association: Queen Victoria's preference was
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Benedictionr 'it" "
. ..{ r" L' '/ :,' : ; '"' t'1"'".,:"- ;,J. !t'"', ;::: "' , ,.",r'1. \' t' KIssimmee;} Fla"i{;Oct 8th1913.f' i' l'TJjo l'\ ions:sermon of. 18 minutes, King! Edwardjleclla'red : -, :,: 4' ;'. l,', PGBE. .. ,:

' \\1. if _"01'1': ,:; +OoOtoUU.ClUUOOOOOoU+ "oOUUOOUOOOOOHOO.. .. ... . Min ate al Assoc anon, Kasslm'lee, for greater J>revity_I| I "" .,;' ,1 .4/:;
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1 ; . Fla. coron&tronPthe J Successor to Arthur 1 L: Doaefan Areacy r,.vi.v) "h'kh,1 i : I' {
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tendance these
upon shows." Signed Gentlemen ; The city'council :
: havIng London allotted five minutes and
; ? "John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Chair- '
m \n." a high regard for your efforts to 'when the king'a 'illness necessitatedthe General Insurance Business, Representing -

E f TO CITY COUNCIL ,, From the opinion of your attorneys,j purify the morals of our city, appointed -!I alteration of the ceremony the the Strongest and Most Reliable Companies. I

, d. a copy of which you.Gent us,,wemakethe us a committee' to confer with sermon was cut out altogether. Napoleon '' We Will Continue the Business of the ,
III strictly limited
I .. 'i'.{ following extract,-to wit: "A great you and co-operate with you in bringing preachers' Arthur E. Donegan Agency Without Charee- '
} CENSURE PICTURES before him to a quarter of art"hour,
k S legal authority the greatest, perhaps in in the some United respects \ before the council such measures and if they exceede& an officer of'', Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited. ,
LIt ---- concerning 'the shows in town a's the '
V.. .1 I: States, makes the statement that may Impetial stepped to the
l :' (Continued from page 1) f "Municipalities are not guardians of improve the moral status of these pulpit and ended the discourse. But .
j''the public morals. Cyc. Vol. 28, page shows. We beg to say to you'that we our own Charles II once slept so sound Women often try it, but a man I As, soon as a pair begin to \I
f proper restrictions may be an important 710." would! be pleased to have you outline ly under the ministrations of Ken thaton hasn't nerve enough to marry a 'woman feel comfortable on a girl sha.'wants

M and valuable educationaland '! We beg the privilege of giving this the points for such ordinance as would awakening greatly refreshed he to reform her. a new pair.A .

r + recreative factor: but rather to point i quotation which ends with a coma, in tend to-make the desired improvementand exfclaimed "Odds fish! ;This man must The man who goes 'around with a woman always gets) mad when her ,
l 5 out possible dangers Inherent in performances I full. "It Ii as follows: \vp will be pleased to have it put have a bishopric," and: gave him Bath chip on his shoulder will sooner or husband gets up ia a street ear and '

carried; on in the darkness I "Municipalities are not general inJegal form and to assist you in any and Wells when it fell vacant.-London later get his bl&ck knocked off. gives his seat to a good-looking girl. .

Y, .r and the importance of the observanceof j: guardians: of the ''public morals, and other way possible in this good work. Chronicle. I .---..--...--- _._._._,--_. r.
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: safeguards by parents or guardians, (Signed T. M. Rivers,
i therefore\ may not unduly interfere Mill I I I IIIIIIM Mill
and of the strict enforcement of the C. E. Ybwell, 1
law (with the liberty of the citizen by or- -> for. the
protection of children. : Committee.

j'' "In view"of the foregoing we. 're .., ful dinances or harmful forbidding per se.acts Even not express unlaw. I .' M Dann &. Dann : .
commend: Legitimate
r "That the existing laws be more strictly authority construed for such ordinance in passing must be I JHICHESTER 8 PILLS I Grocery Company101
I!I upon
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rigidly enforced to safeguard the pat :!: their validity. TV lm"K a.Yn.Un f.,
< QKS'kW / rl \ BroadwayOperate -
t rons of the moving picture shows, and i I i "Nevertheless a "municipality ft 1;III.k:-Nee ..d a YNe.Wok l\ I and Conservative ,
may I bo._ _lrt ..11I 1<.... RIU. J
that parents and guardians exercise ., 'I
w. i I-enact ordinances forbidding particular h Du. 'IA.i / .
erl'p It
y more careful supervision over their |I. acts of obscenity which are unlaw- bl..NDSRAND .. ...&I. the Cleanest Store * *
i1: children in connection with their at-I!ful, or which tend to corrupt public d' SOLD re.>Bi 'u cGisTill; r>kell R l 1 and Sells the Freshest Groceriesof

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conference with Representative Spark. IW nilmra Cab aW
winter will be marked by con
FLORIDA WILL man today in regard to the establishment CONGRESSMAN ' stant playing of politics.' The Demo

of an agricultural station at St. crate, being in power, will lose no opportunity

GET CROP NEWS Petersburg, for, which Mr. Sparkman WILSON PUT ONSUBCOMMITTEE' to.make capital for the put
introduced a bill in the House'a few pose. of continuing to hold' the of f
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weeks ago. ,, ficers. The' Republican and Progress
l BYJTELEGRAPH I sive party men will lose no chance of f } r
., Judge Emmett Wolf,'_of Pensacola, '
_, i criticism in order-to help along their +
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of the First Judicial Circuit of Florida '
for *
I plans driving the Democrats out.' i'.e
T"IS'MONTH.' is here'spending a few, days with. I The of will be i .I {
BEGINNING WITH Representative Wilson.FLETCHER .' TO REVISE THE BANKING LAWS i, play politics, especially Vl 1
. active, because Democrats, having I
1. power, are determined to hold on and
SENATE PASSED BILL APPROPRIATING MAKES I WILSON .NO-L; RIDA TAKING . realize that'if they do lose out their ,< \

l C $15.000.CONSTRUCT' REST PREPARATORY TO 1 party will go to pieces. The Republican )

GROINS Tb PROTECT BEGINNING WORK MAPPED j party leaders know it has only
ANOTHER CUT IN until 1916 in all probability to demonstrate .22 RIFLEThe 1
SHORES OF ANASTASIA. '. I ,OUT FOR SUB.COMMITTEE. 1 that it can come back. The =

ISLAND. .. Bull Moose leaders are "filled with the Little'Rifles-Big in QuaUtyYOU'
zeal of the leaders of new movement,, shot N
are going,to buy a 3.2 calibre: ride single
and will let no grass grow under their '.. that well known crack ,
WINFIELD JONES) J[ -: you'll find many ;
(By Washington, D. C., Oct. 6.-Representative -
feet if'they can help it. Legislationin Their advice I
started with Remington-UMC .22.
Washington, D. C., Oct.the Departmentof ".Senator SAVING OF AT LEAST $25,000 Wilson 'was today Glass appointed chair- the public' interest will suffer from r shots now would be'"By a all means get a RemingtonUMC"because 1
has Carter
Fletcher gotten by Representative ,
this 'undue political but
activity, , so
they know that there is a tendency some
,experiment in supply? of the House and Cur-, ,_
Agriculture's man Banking
long as members of the House recur quarters to look upon these' models as 'only "a smallboys '
ing state crop news by j alegraph rency Committee, as a member of the {it be 1
to the that
WILL NO LONGER PUBLISH VOLUME biennially, impossible keep rifle" and to cheapen them so they can
through Weather Bureau stations to sub-committee of five to consider leg. long sessions preceding the biennial sold at 'a price. ,
newspapers of certain states extended 2 OF OFFICIAL REGIS islation' and prepare a bill to revise campaigns free from the excess of po You have just ae much right to expect lull shooting; yalw; la
.' to Florida this 'month. As soon as TER RELATING TO THE 1 and recodify the national banking litical activity. .. your .22 calibre arm a* in your $75 big game nfle.. V
is I You want the Remington-UMC single shot'at from $3 to$6 .22.
the crop report for the state pre- POSTAL SERVICE. I'laws. i 'The House never was less of a'de .2S.10 or J2 calibre,made by. the aune peopl. who make the famous
pared the Department of Agriculturewill .....:...- During the next month while the 'liberative body than it is today. It Remington-UMC Autoloading Riflee. t

telegraph the.facts to the central : House members are taking three day has become a mere machine in the Or. if yaa.ft mfar.anr the ukc-down Npattin sad* ti....,.th.... aW,-.4 Aaaaty ss..22,22....... .
weather stations Florida. ,:and theaeweather (By WINFIELD JONES) : recesses the members of the subcommittee hands of a few leaders, a mere pawnin iEww..22 lone tifU cartniiK.. M SIO u d up.calibre I.rout_i.. A Sold ay.I"'
Mnall rue
the papular nan a.Renlagtoo
stations bill duplicate' the Washington, D. C., Oct. 5.-Senator ;( will collect data and Investigate the legislative game. This is realized *commuutir Arm- -Uolon a o t Metallic Co.

dispatch and mail it at once to all papers Fletcher, who l is chairman of the Joint i. all laws relating to national by every student of the 'situation ZW Rr.a4w. r I Grtridg.> York

in Florida. Committee on printing of Congress,j banks. They will make recommendations in Washington. In ,
consequence __ __ ,_ ___ _ __ .. .
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Under the system used the Department proposes to abolish the useless publi-r! as to the part which shall be I there is under the surface, much talk n -' --- -
of Agriculture has to telegraph cation of Volume 2 of the Official stricken out of the present laws and about cutting down the numbers of t
only a few figures, under a code system Register relating to the postal service, recommend such additions as they I the House' and lengthening out the Old faded and'colorless- rugs and

f and the weather station enters and thereby effect a bi-ennial savingof2G,0003nUncleSam'sbigprinting deem necessary. One of the' propo-. term to four years. Whether the term --1- carpets made to'look, like new. i

thffW'l_I.n hlanlca alfgady auppli.ecL.- aitione--which -be- ider-ed-b'y-1s lengthened,_In'any event;it-is clear Cleaned and color restored-without- -r?:

bill.This the subcommittee will be legislation the membership has been increasedto /Vo/uor: of the removing them from floor without injury . :
:, The following Florida postmasters register is printed every other regarding InterlockJng directorates, an utterly unwieldly and useless FiNE ARTS, to the moat costly fabric. f t
have been,commissioned:, Thomas) H. year and contains the names of all a subject ,which was left out of the '
Hancock, Christmas; Caroline M. Ab- employees, of the postal service ,f/om present banking and currency bill be- size.As the situation stands, the Con Employing .';;;mttttoJ in teach Turkish Persian, Indian and Or-.' 1

dill, EldrVdj; Ern'est C. Mahaffey, Gret- the mail messenger in Alaska to the cause it was thought best to takeit gressional'career of the average House ing rapid writing, fkctching and ental of any kind. Satisfaction guar- .

na; Bennett King, Lecanto; John A. Postmaster General in "Washington, up as a separate proposition at a member is little more than ai seriesof 'painting. ,Teaching also oranteed when restored charges. i Kchit.etuial .,.

'; \ Brittenham, Manson; William H. Dean',' filling 600'pages of almost unreadable I later date. mad scrambles for office-provid- ( perspective. .and.. A postal brings me to your"door
.{'" :''P|neda; James E.< Latchem,'Till"Il' a .'I type. The 'fact is, that by the time Mr. Wilson: returnedjto: J Florida:>a'' ing:he holds for.'more;,.! than one term j tiding."t 4 i wr'
,,.,.... ., _. ,, ,; ; I Art squares.and carpets f 1.00, small
t be and few BeforeJe'avinglWashr.ington and i : busyperiod
I the Register can compiled days ago. b a 1 ofnning'err
:, pagged anapprovpriatlon ? .__ . i .,.Studio at Park Hotel 25 cents. I
Th'euSennte haet : < '
plj oif an"amendmen.J. printed\the;list(of,names,is,so.obsolete ;he.gatheredjdatajandiliteraj] ra ndeTto'l getJJobs orllavori","of, some;, I
I for $15,000, l ;;owing'to'the frequent' changes in ture on banking" 'nd"currency,?laws varietyT 10rthisrc onstituenta +' \\f."','i"" Private lessons and class work Post Office Box 142, Klsstnrmee,

of'Senator Fletcher to the urgent appropriation of the postal .service,!,that 'not even the with a view to studying the subject The situation tends to intensify the Fla. ti+pd-l;

:, ,bill; for the purpose the postofflce department can make any while at home.DOREMUS. whirl of political activity in the House. .. 'f.I .
to. protect
i: constructing groins practical use of it. The great bulk'of It makes the task of the Congressionalcampaign
{ ;'. shores of Anastasia Island, near St. the books have to be sold as waste paper committees. huge one. _oOoOo.oOftlio' ::IIotC: ,4
'h", ; Augustine. HEADS I I
.;il;' after they-have compiled GR.A.srSTOtrE: : G AR Et-rS: .
printed at a cost 01'-$25,000 to the ALL DEPENDS- 1 1I : .
I it ?,, Senator Fletcher left here yesterday '
government. CONGRESSIONAL I I II Railroad Ave and Dakoa St., Kistimnee, Fla. 'i
'- for Knoxville, Tennessee, where today | "How are we fixed for wart" ; .t'
f Southern Commercial Senator Fletcher investigated the look Now have ready for setting out :
: he spoke on "Well, in the newspapers we : .
,"'caw, Congress' Day. at the National Conservation mutter and came to the conclusion thatit I pretty good, but in the magazines we Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants, .I ..
;:"d Exposition. Senator Fletcher was time to stop this extravaganceand JOMMITTEE' look rather bad.-Washington Her- Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants '
Wilson proposes to put his-economy into Tomato Plants
'!)J was appointed today by aid '
;f ;4. a member of the delegation which( effect at once by an amendment to DEMOCRATIC PARTY I I I And will soon have celery and all kinds 'of vegetable plants J .:
bill. Senator
the appropriation THE.
will represent the United States at FOR II : that grow best in this,country,' by 100 or 1000. '
,", the international conference on safety Fletcher's plan has! the hearty I I of NICK ROGERO Supt.r' .
; ,. out of the Titanic disaster dorsement of Postmaster General, en-I Who Cooks I Enquire 4

Y 1 ti? at sea,,to growing be held at London November leson, Secretary of Commerce I WHILE. WOODS OF IOWA'WILL I >> : >. >>>> >*.*.*. .*. :: ,* =;::::=muu=
,\ I field, and Census Director Harris, the : PERFORM TilE SAME STUNT-

'S '.. 12, next. three officials having most to do'witn i, FOR THE nEPU Lic SR.I For You? i !

"J C: E. Dobson, president of the Commercial the publication .of the Official. Regis I .. _
Association of Pensacoln/, ter. Rollins College : Winter Park Fla.
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to the ,administration to - Oct 7.-So close f (
I' here urge Washington, I D. C.,
; take some favorable action with regard Senators Fletcher and, Bryan and r campaign for control of If eating the delicacies, prepared by OLDEST COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS\ IN FLORIDA. .,.
does one
ly be '
to the Pensacola Navy Yard. An ap* C. E. Dobson, president of the Pensa- too House run into another that, with the world's greatest cooks health you can and I College, Academy, Music Expression. Fine Arts, Domestic and IndustrialArts '
. pointment was arranged today; by cola Commercial,Association; have invited the echoes of last year's political reasonably sure "of. good Business, Taechers Course. e i f

\i Representative,.,Wilson"for himself and President Wilson to visrt Pensa- struggle barely died away, the contest I happiness. Twelve buildings, steam heat-electric lights Are protection fine 1' .
Mr. Dobson to call on' President Wilson cola' if the President attends the Mobile the control of the next House\ ii is I, IIEINZ'SHorse gymnasium no malaria, quarter-million dollar endoWment. Three teachers . ''f 1 l',. i
the situation. The convention of the Southern Commercial for Radish, Sweet Gherkins, of music; (5,000 organ, 'a dozen pianos two glee clubs,' chorus' class. "1 ,
0 to discuss President.Wilson I October 27th. .Mr. 'I already beginning Chow, India Relish, Sour Pickles] To- Superb new rooms for business school, equipped with every modem device; : 1
\'(. Floridians will urge Congress, The Democratic congressional cornmittee and.Apple But I analysis of soils :fertilizers, foods, water; preparation for engineering \
and Secretary of the Navy Daniels, I Wilson however, probably will' not be I. Is organized with Congressman i basco and Chili Sauce I'' courses.'i'"

.to establish a great active navy yard able to attend the Mobile convention.Dobson Doremus of Michigan chairman, and er. Lakes, boating, swimming galf.'' tennis, football, basket ball. '

IIJ at Pensacola, In accordance with the has conferred< Secretary the Navy Daniels 'regarding Jhe Woods of Iowa Top Notch Grape Juice,
F made to I .
recommendations with Congressman
William Fremont Blackman. Ph. D. D. President. -
", Daniels by the committee' naval officers , plan to'make the Pensacola' navy yarda at the'helm. The Bull Moose membersin I Canned Meats, Pork and Beans' Star ti
which recently'investigated great naval station, and urged House are getting ready loran 'Hams, Cloverbloom Butter. I f
matter, and declared in favor of the Daniels to stand by ,the report of the the active campaign. The contest this { BEECH-NUT I II i !fi; !f;1Y1yt! ; !;I! !71Yty1Y1y1! ! !Ii IY1! !Ii tylf! Y; !rilili! Yili! !! .! 1 Vi Y !li '

establishment of. a large naval station special naval board. which- recommend-' fall in Maine and other states where 1 Tomato Ketchup and Peanut Butter. \, '
at Pensacola. ed this. there are vacancies in the House to ba i LIBBY'S Ii. RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME, .

s ___'._" daughter Mr.,and Mrs. :James: T, Hancock, of filled are! on,.and especially in Maihe. ,j j I Preserved Raspberry, Blackberry, As ether interests'prevent my living there I offer for tale 'my' 5
youngest animated.
t Eugenia Sparkman in Washington sight are becoming 'I! Strawberry, Cherry Figs and Lake and half from rCisummee and ,
Mrs. Fort Meade, are of the Plums, place on Fish four a mules equidistant
Sparkman; bureaus
of Representative literary
seeing. Already I{ Marmalade and Apple Butter. from St. Cloud. ry
another daughter, and committees are being or 1
C. E. 'Ball, Congresional U
20 of land and hat
This comprises good ,
property over acre
Ball Mr. Sparkman'sgrandchild is being fed out I have built our entii stockto
literature We '
and up
?4' Sparkman Wiliam R. Sebring, and his daughter ganized, 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing.
,+ .left Washington for Tam the country. As yet; it is being the above standards and now.carry
of to
Miss Inez Sebring, The'IaJ\d is half fruit and balance muck. Ha home almost
4 pa .today after"ependlng several weeks are here visiting friends. utilized only in small quantities, but the finest and most complete stockof new, story and a half, 30x30 ft. Has water ia the house, two well, it<
,with the Congressman and his family. next winter the output of speeches, groceries I in Osceola county.
by 'enor- (one of these i ia flowing) of fine artesian water, good out-buildings.. ,
like will be solicit inspection.
pamphlets. and the We your -
barns and] chicken runs.
Dr. B.',1'. Cowart, a prominent dentist '666" mous. Experts in campaign literature Agency County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot: 4

of Tampa, called 'on Representative No. who believe themselves especially Honorbilt Dry Sox Shoes for Men. with station'adjoining Telephone service,with Kassimmee and St. f \
Sparkman today: Dr.:Cowart hal This Is a prescription prepared etpedally qualified to judge what sort of mental ; ; Cloud 'Title to property perfect. Price very reasonable sad terms ,:

been' rnaklng an extended. trip' throughthe I for, MALARIA or CHILLS A rEVER. pabulum the voters ought to subsiston TAYLOR'S given if 'desired.Apply to J..W,Prenb's.Cox.196 Kisummee. Fla.37lf.. ;
and and fathering
will break any speeches .
east. Five or six doses are sorting out .

Poatmaster'R.-S. Hanna.. . and Y. W, return.if taken.'then It acts. a on tonic the the liver Fever better wilt than not up material.session vThe' of Congress. the..'I'. Phone, 260 424" Broadway Quick Delivery'. e1 !Ii. !Ii 1y1! !Ii 1y1.! Yi 111y1!. !' !Ii. !Ii 1y1y1! !J,Y1!Ii Iyl! Yi lytylyl! !Ii tytt! 4v 5 5'r
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: - '-1 I It seems that In many communitiesthe -' -' -' ;:-';a "dopy" feeling caused by foul GOVERNMENTWILL WHAT HAYE YOU TO OFFER?,

WHAT IS OUROBLIGATION art of school construction has'been ]air, Is more likely to violate the"rules"than ,
; 1 i 1 who has all his senses We are now: lining for'our FALL and WINTER '
1 lost, or It has never been acquired. (lie one up shipment. ,of
( I The teacher of today is' called uponto 'alert. COOPERATEFOR Florida, fruits and vegetables. Let us hear from you. ,l

TO I adapt himself or herself to the con- i The eye Is a delicate, organ, Sometimes Reliable Representatives wanted at all shipping station

ditlons. that each may find, to forgive j I, it is wonderful how much abnse GOOD ROADS i LONNIE D, BYRD

r .. OUR CHILDREN neglectful school boards their failIngs f I it withstands and remains serviceable. 210 Light St., 40-4tpd' )BALTIMORE. T+(D.
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r' and to bring aa< much good as I And the eyes of the school children.areas -.-- ,
1 possible out unsafe and unsanitary much a charge of the teacher as

,.: :TO BETTER THEM PHYSICALLY conditions, And fortunate 1 is it that j their minds. Never permit,'a pupil IN ORDER TO NOT WASTE MONEY ... .
today's teac'her'lthe; light 'of increasing '; "to'study In a weak or poor Hghtr.;*ndnever I t
hygenic knowledge has largeopportunity. permit him to sit facing thesource
', of outside illumination. 'In ON TilE FLORIDA NATIONAL, THE H. G. SIE VER '
- Theteacher' dutydocahotgnd. with jothcr.Avordsuhaye.thedesks "_ _- _. .
TION IS TO SEE THAT; THE"NEXT mental training. If the truth were! ranged that the light from' the winj NAYS.. : TAKEN :THE"PLACE7: I

r'' ONE' ,1S BETTER told frankly, to 'the teacher of the j j I dows come from the. side or back- CORDUROY, BOG REALTY COMPANY

' i THAN' ALL childrenthat training is see from the front. : _
a \ younger |I never AND! SAND. -' : I NOT IN THE TRUST. ---- ,
tr : GONE BEFORE.: ndal')'-, or should ate, to the care andevaldighL Don't permit the temperature the '
. ; of the physical condition of '.deTgreos 10,000 acre Stock Farm,.* bargain taken at once,
... . ."6 JjchooP room. to go above seventy c. ,
-- -{l7o'| ''primary' pupils. There is a long from artificial eating .Out.. Secretary Houston, ofthe Department $5.00 per acre.t.. :>:- :>:-. -I- -I- -:- ,

t What do we owe the children? list of don't" ,and do's that the average I 1 !side climatic conditions in Florida, and of ,Agriculture says- ''that the Prairie Land, Orange, Groves, High Hammock Land, Timber Lady

1 To make them better physically and teacher should paste In his hat or keep ''elsewhere, often make a matter im- tate{ and Federal governments should Land at All Prices and on Easy Terms. i

't -., probably morally: than we a 1'1Ev.\ I 'n'J plain sight on his leskiso tha ,they possible to control, but a considerable work together for highway Improvement 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half value''

dry generation has. an obligation resting j may, never be forgotten for a moment. share of the (I'l'hoof"eris in seasons in -order that a Urge proportionof for other real estatej- -:- -:- -:- .-:.
it to that the next is. basic to 8""V '"rtwHIv !: '
upon sec The first and l principle ,j jn which' artificiaHieatinir is( required. the money annually spent.for road
M \ : w'. ')i setter than,all that have gone' bef rj!. I Uthata: sick child has no busU,, ;""With good air, good light properly construction may 'not be wasted. .. Orange Groyes all sizes and prices

: 't' : Why? ? ; lIeR8 In, school. It belongs at homo placed, and an h1\ rot'ating tempera.: liv.hia: 'own department. the office of

Because every generation, is workIng ] with its moth r and, pefliapg( with the lurtfj (roodvoik, b ll'possible and it is public toads has been -demonstrating KISSIMMEE" FLORIDA

.out the affairs of life with a higher ]I funnily! doctor. School routine is no much pasier i for the pupil ,I and the the Value of proper'road building by '
'J range of, opportunity* \\vith > better leure'for|| allinflfchildren; it hurts; thane teacher .thai) when any of 'them are the construction of certain object-les- I p L _ _,-on _- -____ I
f. '::4' 'scientific understanding ..of the law j I land' H may r'ndanger'olher pupils to is
f' lljat'make' for perfect''' hygienic and I bo \ in contact "willi them. Therefore ';'laclslnJ Hon roads, and the forest service __ _____ . H' __ ____ __._...._.. ___ __ \
I kelit Tlw teacher! with tact, and it is a' carrying out his. Idea of national and
{ t moral conditions than all' that have the (teacher should be a kind ofi.fipedor
f ; 1 qualification for success, has state cooperation I in, road building. i
gone before. It owes its children the ( of her cl r.rcs.. And it is prime ; C. A. CARSON.. '". J. A. CRANFORD. 8.1..UPF :a.Pre.Ident. "
, abundant opportunity to instil other The law requires that ten per cent of
II \' '1Io8t'that it can give them, and that J properly tfcrc women who arc teachers Vle.Prwldrot. 8. rurr.
ideas ; come from the the receipts from the national
than that
1, I t f'' r( : should be better than what Wall given,)lof (children, until th'ehildren'are) old those a gross shall ..
forests be in the states in
r { ' > hook : Without. cmbarassing the oversensitive spent
i tL;, ,-the-parents of today when they: \\ere ( enough to have some understandings, } .
i cultivate which the forests situated. This
child, it is possible to are;
t h : t' r: >i>ung..Morals. , health and sanitary values. 'She
rof ,, habits or.cle nlines i. Clean money is expended for'road improve KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
t, ;t t -(depend J largely upon'physi- I should satisfy, herself atf the beginning' : .
under' control
essential ment direct of the
and faces not see-
.. )" I ; I cal surroundings. You can't expect of each Krhool day that every child in 'j hands are age .
I i in the long run 'as clean teeth. Older etary of agriculture. -
a sickly, unhealthy! child to be a saint her charge is in good working odcr,
1 people know the troubles that come The amount appropriated under this
i It isn't natural. Parents want theirchildren bright cheerful and happy. If she, '
and Dressed .
Rough .
'f 1 II from neglected l molars, and i it isn't act, based on the receipts of the naional c. .
i 4 to be happy, to be "good, dotects-any symptoms not normal, she ,
I should have such forests for the fiscal 'end-
fair that the
4 'but it is expecting too much to anticipate should carefully] quietly and Kj-jn--
1 ';j these qualities in a frail! little Ii pathetically_ investigate, and any troubles saved up for them when I Ing June SO, .1913, is $234,633.68. From PINE LUMBER
'. attention ward them off. the 4912 .receipts for this'ten cent
: :. body, weakened and emaciated by di- drooping pupil should be excused and proper may per 1 1I.
A lack of robustness which ( Clean finger nails clean ears-such road item, there,is an! additioial( $134 ,
I ; cease or by a sent home with a note to the mother .. ,
.. may understood. explaining. Remember, incipient colds?1dyphlherja 1 subjects can be approached only with I 831.10, which (is still available.
i'f' f The parent'9w s it to his child t'o: : tonsolitis! and other almost .infinite discretion but they are I la&dministering the ten per cent
"j ,,' road fund, forest officers charged with HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
see that it i is 'surrounded by favoring troubles start with droopy physical none the less important; they have a

'1> conditions outside the hone, as well conditions/ and tIle sooner a proper: serious, bearing on the future of every the actual plans and expenditures in I.
fn -it for child: The teacher's lies in such the neighborhood of their forests haven ,
large share of the influences
as a diagnosis is made, the better for all duty .
t I ''I almost all secured . . illinium I , , .' 111 H. ,
.1 that enter into character concerned. It may prove unnecessary. directions 'no. leak than in the. mental, cases an equalor .. ,

, ..., ,building; reacht4ie maturing youngster I in the end, '''It'take no chances. '!j'I I discipline of the younger, pupils. The a larger'coopera'tive fund from state C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.- .
far from the paternal roof and Taking it for granted that all the 1 duty sometime! is rendered more try- authorities for the building of certain

t ' through others than the father and i j pupils begin the day full of life and ,ing by the neglect of such matters at pieces of road. .

1' ; mother. And so it comes that the I It energy: it is the teacher's duty to see home, and also by the parents' re- With the money thus expended many The Waters & Carson

t i' 1 .school, hardly less than the home, determines that they.end the school day in the 1 sentment of what they consider unwarranted important roads are being built or put
: the child's future. interference the teacher. in repair. One on the Wyoming national -
l same condition, ready to shout and [ by
'j 1 .l' .. The opening of another school year I.laugh- and run. That is not possible But infinite patience and. feminine forest, six miles'long, makes accessible -

;. in Florida and over.the entire United without, perfect ventilation. Open | tact accomplish impossible\ things and to farmers a large body of Grocery Company

:..i. States suggests some very serious windows don't mean gusty drafts, but ultimate success only contradict their timber and opens up a region of great ,

I i,. 7 I considerations as to; what. the school l !they mean fresh !air Colds! don't come impossibility. scenic beauty. In northwestern Arizona Wholesale and .Retail Dealer InGROCERIES '(
+ should be and what in' most instances, I from drafts half as often as from part of the fund will be used i in "'
y, it Isn't. The buildings in which the vitiated air, bad air that has been connection with the LeFevreBrlghtAngel

i younger generation is passing from j breathed two or three times already.In HELPfUL WORDS road, important because it. .

i'. .' thirty to forty hours every week, some of the great hospitals the makes accessible to tourists the Grand ... errrrrrrr.e. I',,
; I I' should be.the best and the best equIP- wards are considered to be over crowded -. Canyon of the Colorado. In one place, ....

I pod sanitarily that money and science I where less than fifteen hundred From a Klssimmee Citizen.Is the Ocean to Ocean Highway crosses: 00000000000000000 00000000 .1 '
canconstruct.. This idea, outside : the Apache national forest, Arizona,
i a i I cubic feet of"a1r space is provided for your back !lame and painful?
.' t>w comparativelypregresske centers, j each patient. There are many ad- .ndalrthts projectTThe forest service 0 WE SELL: 0 WE BUYS
I has not yet obtained a stronghold upon I-vocatea of schools i in the open air, or \ and the local authorities cooperated OIIAY. 0a
a the conscience 1 Does it ache-especially' exertion On the Florida 0 HIDES,
public ,_and the old ''.In'tents'where and when climatic eon enthusiastically. na- o
r fire traps, unsightly and unsanitary I I, ditions do not interfere, and school j ? tional forest in western Florida steel 0' GRAIN, 0 FURS, .

i .in which the fathers and mothers of i I i sessions have been, and are being, held Is there -a soreness in the kidney bridges and graded roads have, under a FERTILIZERS, a 0
today encountered the "three R's" are |. of doors in certain communities regian the stimulus of this fund, taken the 0 0 0 WOOL '

; still doing duty for their children.tin I the North, as- recent newspaper accounts These symptoms suggest weak ki
; People live in better homes they .wor ', have recited.' neys. This federal road fund is now available -, 0 '
0 0 AND
o yi{ r I r ship in better churches, they work in Living close'to nature as nature I If so these is danger in delay in all national forest states of the

L i' t" better offices .and -s1.ores", they house will permit,brings ideal sanitary, con :,'Weak kidne get' as weaker >, 'west': ;' Just as fast returns come in;

, 'i" 'the'i. ';,criminals'!! !! ; !in'betterijjails.they,: ( ;.; ;;ditions( ,.,whether,in sleeping_ or waking' i our rouble aroma attention he restrylotficialn'f.seq's; ; ; sl miler
;t \' x v even keeptheirmules!: and cows: In bet* hours:for the"old ea well as the youngj Joan hips P'Il a or weak and wii"'hec ome available n states 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 4 0 0 COUNTRY
:. rt* Itables than a ,general on .ago, FreshlurTandhe"necessaryTdiscipline r"kidney" "u nTwWchTeaste'rnTn"atfonal' '-*> .1 ?TCorests. ,i ,'',..'H-.arebeing ,...'" 0, CRATE NAILS0- 4 PRODUCE ,:
1 '
1 but the old- school buildings and architecture I of the school room run close side by neighbors' se t commend secured. '

; : ;' are good, 'enough. side. The child with drooping spirits them. 0000'000000, 00000.0 00000000 000
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;A _' _n' ... .'- < __ _.- ___________ _ J. II. Harris, carpenter and contractor FOURTH ANNUAL -
1 i':4: { Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I have We sell field and garden need. of all kinds..
, t, r ,.," .I' no hesitation in recommending Doan's We give special attention to. filling out hunting and camping partiea. .
I t. 'r' Kidney PiHs, for I know from past CITRUS SEMINAR Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
I .. l We are county agents for trjod: fertilisers. Ask us far circulars and
J ( experience that they act just as rep prices on fertillcrra. ,

i t ; tj Fall Goods resented. Off and on for five years OCTOBER 13, 14., 15 AND. 16 AT ,
% .Arriving I have taken this remedy for my kid UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -. -. .. -- -
tl neys and a few doses have always) ;
: I ,' k kI \ : brought relief." GATNESVILLFLcetnre :
I ) ( I .
if ' For sale by all dealers. Price 50

' !.\I ", t;, Gun Metal ButtonBoots, medium heel, .-. $4.00 cents. Fostcr-Milburn ('o., Buffalo, on observations-Ma Cafl or- Fine Cattle :

h l' Gun Metal Button Boots ... New Tory, sole agents for the United nia Citrus Groves, 1913. Maj. W. I;.
\ medium
toe States.
Floyd, Prof. Horticulture, Ifniv. of
1.1.:1::i good school shoe, retail 3.50 I I Remember the name--(iWn's- and Fla. '. ..' -
take io other.-Adv\ 42-lt Nursery Inspection; "and Grove

1- ;i : GunMetal .Button. Boots, best shoe on ----. --.._- -'-" Troubles Dr. E. W. Berger, State . Ranch

i t, i\ the market, special price 3.00 Nursery Inspector. ,;
Dieback, Yellow Spotting, French-
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Red Shoes for Children, high -and' low J.7iliO1fl. n ing. B. F. Floyd, Physiologist, Experiment .:1 Q

top, Just arrived. Station. We have {for sale 3350 acre of excellent'cattle land on a fine i I
--- Melanose\ Stem End Rot and other large lake in Osceola county, Florida ihe best cattle country in the.

1'' FUNERAL DIRECTORand Diseases. II. E. Stevens, Pathologist, United Slates. No feed necessary 'except native grasses, never

;" Come and See! It's a pleasure to show oods. Experiment Station. lack for abundance of good water. Full particulars to interested
our Loss of Fertilizer 'Leaching; Ef parties. We also have ranches ranging in size from 1,000 to 100-

Sect of Fertilizer on Fruit. S. E."Col- 000 acres in a ,body, with plenty water, grass and good facilities A.k

p 1' Dutton-Harris Co. i LICENSED EMBALMER, lison, Chemist, Experiment Station. .... for handling cattle cheap and to good advantage. x j'r,

i'i White Fly, Scale Insects;'Rust ;Mite, ,
Spider Mites and Insects. J R. Wat-
$ Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave. I
I son, Entomologist, Experiment Station 10 acres of good land in splendid orange district, 4 miles from

;:f',, j ___, ItJ'fISIMMEI!;. .. FLORIDA. : Kissimmee.: 6 acres good bearing grove; splendid crop this year, I :
_. _ _
____, .. ,__ ____ I
u __ ,_ __ Forage and Feed Crops. J. M. special price for balance-of this month. It will pay you to investigate

; .:. I'F +OOOOUOltOC 00000000 H 000000--00'oou 'MUUO < )O)'")"U'HO"'UOOOUOOOO." Scott, Animal Industrialist. E perl. this property now,'it is a bargain. 'o-
: .
Oo-H 0 000 C >-> .-0-0-----' ment "sjtation.Withertlp '
i : Anthracnose Citrus Culture 60 acres of good land little over a mile from Ry. school and'' A
; ii g . There Is Little Lake Front Property Grove Sanitation. P. II. Rolfs, church ..all good orange land but 10 acres, now has 20 acres in cul- ,

Director Experiment Station. tivation'fenced and cross fenced about 8 acres grove, half bearing\ ,
t r Left,Jn Florida For Sale The subjects -are assured and it is house box, 4 large'rooms, 2 porches, stables, good corn bins, some ''I,

a ';, ; f .I HAVE several tracts directly on the shores of Lake of"a number of people from the U. S. desired, balance easy payment plan. Good"crop this year. '//o .

,i Tohopekaliga that can be reached from Kissimmee ,Department of Agriculture. and others. 23J/2, acres good land adjoining city limits, 6-room house, servants -'' : ,

.1, in fifteen minutes. house, barn chicken house cow barn over 200 acres bear ..'J
:;t' They will be sold to the first WANT ADS in the Valley Gazette ing orange trees, and other fruits, loti of shade, pre'tty"place, owned ,J i
perbtt.wllo makes a reasonable offer. Sold are the means of selling and rent. by 'a widow living in Pa. Price $4500. :Terms ,favorable, fine ;

;, ii ; eos'ter.msor will exchange for on ing property when all other means home and good location, can graduate children from'' hich school I

property, in Kissimmee., fail. Try it once. 5 cents a line. and have them home every night. Many other good bargains, write ;

'' Write at once, to us for what you want, we'can secure it fr you. .

Malaria or Mills & Fever

i ; ,Boa,.422 J. McPhatter ./ ..KISSIMMEE, Prescription No.606 U prepared especially .
; ,, !h Five or six dote will break any caN, and .
:>>III if taken then as a* tonic the Fever will not Back of State k. KISS MEEFI.A., '
:, ._. T return. It acts on the liver better' than ,

j u\ "' r 111", Calomel"-and does not gripe or sicken. 25e: : : .: 1

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, FRIDAY, 'OC.rOBEk--O 1913.
t THl -ITfCVIMMVV. .'.. ... on P. .. .. YALL, Es. GAZETTE;
PAGE L.t ..,

MEAT PRODUCTIONOF produce a good Q altty.of beef I as well as are the cattle'and hogs and"t I" ,
There is one unfortunate 'condltlon'1aealnst sheep. Ha tills his land and is able
the production of beef in tto work it earlier in the season and
NATION WILL Florida in large quantities. The sooner after a rain\ ,,and IncreJ. its I
natural pasturage not as good as physical fitness and drought resist

DEPEND ON SOUTH the natural pasturage in the West ance." Again he says: "Whereveryou

:and Southwest.. ,A ,large portion -,of find: that live ,stock has_ beenabandoned The ,
the State is covered .with a native ? in any state or section,
I wire grass that does not produce you will find a low grade of farmers
:FLA. MUST RAISE MORE CATTLE great' quantities of grace for,pastur-I and less productive farms, and a Kissimmee Drag "

I IBE'rfER age.but this difficulty is one steadily decreasing power on the part Company

,DEMONSTRATED FACT: THAT easily overcome'\ and one acre of of the farmer to meet his obli atione.
i Florida land can be made worth 'two On the other hand, wherever you find
,, BEEF CATTLE CAN, acres of Northern- nd Western lands, the livestock husbandry Intelligently ., "
BE PRODUCED HERE: THAN so far furnishing pasturage ,ia con-1 conducted you will find prosperous .

ELSEWHERE AT BET, cerned and that pasturage lasts I merchants, sound banking Institutions \ '_NQW under '. ,
TER ADVANTAGE. through the"twelve mont.ha' the!I and farm lands steadily increasing 7: ; management

I I "' year. The experiments that have I in grain producing power and wishes to announce' 'that '. -, ,
been tested in Florida, in growing more able to support. the populationyear many
'' One of the best and m"t';;; practicalexplanations forage crops, solves the problem of by year.' In conclusion, there '
I we have read giving thacause growing cattle ij; fore, ,I believe It can be truthfullysaid improvements. will be made in ,

of the present high price of The i conditions that exist in the that a healthy condition the '
beef was printed in the Live. Stock southeastern' counties are most encouraging live stock husbandry is of greater importance : the 'arrangement of our store r

.Journal of Chicago, in 'an address delivered .. Several new grasses have to the American nation than . . ,0# '"
: by Mr, J.,. Fletcher, vice-presi.'r ' been found that grow' continuously the building of the Panama canal, in order to give I ,
'r dent of the Drover's Deposit National throughout the year which furnish and more valuable to the banking interest

Bank, Stock Yards, Chicago, before vast amount;,.pf green feed through.i than all the gold mines in.thewestern
r the Iowa Bankers'''Association. out the year. Besides these the velvet -I hemisphere and more intimately J
There Is a general opinion that the bean, Chinese sugar cane, sor- connected with the well beingof EFFICIENT SERVICE IN PRESCRIPTION

great reason for the high price of ghum, Kaffir corn etc., are rated our ,people than any other Industry ,
meat is the pooling of the interests of among the best cattle feed grown and in this broad land."-:Florida DEPARTMENT. i'I '

. the great meat companies; but Mr. can be grown: with ease., :Horneseeker. :

Fetcher'shows the only reason for I The Kudzu vine, a new: forage .
:: the,high price of meat is the scarcity plant, if it comes up to the expectations POSSIBILITITES OF I NEW GOODS IN THE SCHOOL BOOK 1
':' .of cattle. lie says: "There is in the, of those who are favoring its '
, ''"'" United States today the greatest i planting, yields an immense amountof DEPARTMENT.; .
t A scarcity of cattle ever known, not hay to the,,acre and ItHs claimed SUGAR PRODUCTIONIN .
only of beef steers ready for slaughter that !it is equally valuable for pas
but also young cattle suitable for turage. CLEAN WHOLESOME COLD DRINKS I "
I grazing and feed lot use, and of Another new grass which gives'I, .

breeding cows necessary,for the pro- great promise both for meadow and' AT THE FOUNTAIN., .

duction of beef animals." pasturage is the Natal, which can be j EXPERIENCES(OF R. E. ROSE'I t A, ". _, ,
:14 ;
This statement of Mr. Fletcher cut four or five times each'year and

gives very little or no hope that in it is claimed by those who have experimented I EVERYTHING FOR THE SCHOOL. ".
the future the price of beef will be with it to be one of the most SAYS FLORIDA CAN MAKE MOUE ,
i lowered; in fact, it indicates that each nutritious grasses grown. It is also REFINED SUGAR DIRECT .
year the scarcity will become greater claimed for this grass that it makesa FROM CANE AT'LESS COST
., i -, '
and the price of beef will continue to lasting pasture and furinshes a vast ;

advance. amount of feed to the acre. "The culture of, sugar cane' and the ":-" '
According to the Many of these and Competent men engaged in .
government re grasses plants manufacture of raw sugar or syrup in ,
',; ; port for January 1, 1912, it shows mentioned ire! much richer food for Florida dates from the earliest settle- " ,
I that we have 200,602,000 head of livestock cattle than blue grass, or clover and ments. The plant was introduced by all departments, will ,, give
of all kinds in this valued :I timothy, and much .
t country, produce a greater the Jesuit Fathers and largely culti- '
,,:'!i' at a little over $5,008,000.000. tonnage to the acre. ' vated on the East Coast, neat St. Au- prompt attention to any telephone ,
On January 1, 1912, it shows that I Later, the question of corn for fat gustine and New Smyrna, by the early .
," there was a decrease during the year, tening purposes will be solved, as ex- Spanish settlers, the canes having been calls.Kissimmee.
', of 6,462,000 head. Although there : periments show conclusively that the introduced from the West Indes, whereit
1 was a great 'decrease, the value ofF drained Everglade lands ire equal to was cultivated on a commercial r.
:, the decreased number :was increased, I the western lands in producing corn. ,scale as early as 1518. ,
:: making a total, valuation of $5,501- It will take time to'solve this problem "The same primitive methods used in '

..,d' 000,000. but the final outcome of it will those ancient days still prevail, and a Drag Co. : I IL
'' .: The census' of 1910, compared with be that cattle growing will take a modern economical sugar factory does ,

'' that of 1900, shows that during the deep )hold upon the people- and beef !not! exist in the state today. In no ,: W. G. HANK1NS, ,Mgr.
decade the number of beef cattle in for the sustenance of the people will other agricultural and manufacturing "

;;.. the United States decreased, about 5- be largely grown In Florida.One . enterprise has-the farmer and manufacturer L PHONE 41 104 BROADWAY
'1t, % 000,000 head, that calves decreased other!: point that is worth men- I failed to take advantage' of 4m

2,500,000 headrwhilcdtiring -same- ..ionlng---lo'o1'mmy-the-cattl.. grown; th 1U1Irovement1n-methodtr1lnd--ma -- ----- ---- -----;---------.-- --- 1'
period our population .increased 16- in Florida''was of a most inferior chines I can only attribute this to the = ,
000,000, or 21 per cent. 'I' quality, they being small and scrubby. generally accepted belief that cane ft
.-r Later reports from the government Within the past few years the better growing and sugar making, even un- it
1; show a still further decrease' of about I grade of stock has been introduced der the present crude and wasteful ..
"' 1j 5,000,000 head of beef cattle. j and now maghificent herds of cattle method, is considered a most profitable denied. Too many teats and analyses of this amount the United States consumes great bulk'of Its sugar, from foreign tt
r,{, Mr. Fletcher gives the bare facts, \ are found in many parts of the State; business. I have talked with hundredsof have been: made from, canes taken over7,200,000,000pounds, nearly', countries. The"; hundred million dol.. of
j+' which are not at all encouraging, but+ and it., has been demonstrated beyonda farmers in all parts of the state, from all parts .of the state, and from one-fifth of the world's production.This lars or,more annually paid to foreign 4: :
.; ,gives no methods of solving the prob-'I question that the improved kinds of from Pensacola to Key West, and from all'kinds of land by'eminent chemists country, however, only produces countries could well be kept at home .
,-<' tern wUnitedState474i hich confronts, the., people. of the cattle flourish as ,well as the scrubby Jacksonville to Tampa! and have 'yet and sugar-makers who have unqualifiedly annually 1,700,000,000 pounds of sugar, by developing 'our own resources for ",,Ii
I. ? ,$; ( '9If I {Qf1\\ \ N'"; I stock formerly grown in the State. ,,' to'. meet' oneVwho' : ,.did' not/ positively ) stated that our canes, are equalto ,so that it I Is necessary to buy the "sugar production." ,

I''or"e..tIy'1t!! b ecffeuply! ''scamstrometheWest j; \Mrj, Fletcher also saId during' hisaddressi"Itis ass rt'that,he derived..more'cash with any, and superior to most grown ---- -

"? an, Southwestbut I unnecessary .toeug.. less;,labor(per acre'"from his cane in' America or even In Cuba, to' per-
"" ImmIgratIon has''taken' '''''up'-/the' 'I-publiclands .Best: to a group of Iowa bankers the patch:than from any other 'crop. mil"a doubt to exist as to the peculiar t ,. ,

great areas that were once importance of their position in the "Sugar cane is successfully grown advantages of Florida's, soil and climate .
fenced for, pasturage have been diided upbuilding( of the live stock industry. in all counties of Florida. The soil for producing a plant of max!. 'A l Listen! Our
Iowa leads all other states in the ( Is well drained, and content. oL
\ ;, up Into small farms, l largely i production best adapted to cane I mum tonnage sugar ii
cutting oft the supply of beef cattle I of live stock. The success of low hammock) Swamp or bottom land; [ '"Were it generally known that larger
:,y'' from these sections Mr. Fletcher j:the tows banks, more than the success; I still 90 per cent of the cane grown in amounts of sugar can be made in ft fumiSb.inggoods" }
," holds but one hope and that is the'![of t of any other state, de Florida or Louisiana is 'on low, drain I Florida; at much less cost per acre, '

cutting up of the large ranges into I \pends upon the success of'the farmer." ed, rich bottom lands, cypress swamps with less labor, with but little skill 1
', small farms, that !better methods maybe Again he says; !"Select any commune and reclaimed marshes. No ,heavier required in growing, with far Ices capi- will please 1
e] followed and perhaps In the end a I l ity you like. Pick out the farmer who I crops nor earlier cane has been pro- tal required.for machinery and.,manufacturing I j ; you,;, .1;
u; larger ,number of cattle may be prp !lis rich: or who js getting rich. lie al- duced in any country than has been than in beet /sugar making, r .
.' duced and of a better quality. This I ways feeds and breeds live stock. He grown on/ the reclaimed (drained) saw- vast sums would be invested in the our trade will
down fields lands of Florida lands business. The location of central mills
process will necessarily be very slow. seeds the every year or grass marsh ;
The problem will only_be solved two; he raises lots of grain and clover identical In' every way physically and at various parts of tho state, near '
',, when the farmers of the great South and alfalfa; all he raises en the firm chemically to the saw-grass muck Quincy, Tallahassee 1 Madison, Lake ,'i please us. I
turn their attention to growing cattleon he feeds on the farm; not only that, lands of the' Everglades, which when City, Gainesville, Ocala, Leesburg, 1 ''Wee d
a large scale and of .better breeds i but he borrows money if necessary to properly ,drained, will produce maxi- Brooksville and Bradentown, could ;I I __- M
for beef. J uy grain each season from his hand- mum crop ./of sugar/: cane at min'imum'opt. each afford a supply of cane for mills ae.p ;I:
to-mouth 'neighbors who are 11the' making each 5,000,000 or more poundsper
There is every advantage In grow- : I i >
habit of to sell "Florida's, climate is certainly superior annum.
ing stock in the South over the North, being compelled everything '
so far as climatic! conditions are...con at ,a sacrifice,*'and as a result, to'that of any other, state for "A central! factory for syrup or sugar ;I
':\t' cerned. I find the interest or rent harder to raise sugar,, growing. Our 'rainy'season' is with a sure acreage of from 200 ,I I
I,,' The of Florida has the advantage each year because their land is yielding I during the growing months, when required to 500 acres* where farmers! 'can fur i, O ,
fall and winter insuresthe nish from 10 to 20 acres without too I ,
over any state ,In' the Union less, Further he says: "The A dry .. -
stock of the and a quick great a haul, 'should prove 'a most ..j\
richer cane
'1<1 along this line, as the winters are land of the farmer grows ripeness I f' ,
land is fed harvest. A killing frost seldom occurs profitable investment. These factories .t
milder less food to y ar.hy year, because the '
: much requiring I
J in Florida before January, and in purchasing their supplies from the tl
.. . .
\ --- -- ---- --- afford to for the
--;----- ---- Florida is of rare occurrence, can pay cane
::1 ml" Southern for delivered a price equal to the sum now : .
; .: ,*<". a much longer! period 'Y
obtained for his crude now madein
of the syrup
the maturing crop.
I "The wonderful recuperative and a crude and wasteful manner, there-' It Is a mistake to think you can find :

; .:. WHEN you, buy furnituYe reproductive powers of sugar cane'are by 'saving the farmer the annoyanceand the same furnishing goods In ,all stores., r
: phenomenal. With good soil and cul- cost of manufacture and packages,
I-FE you buy 'for ture wonderfully fine cane, rich in and at the.same time make large pruf-I Our"prestlge" has made us so strong k\

_ :a; lasting service-.therefore sugar, vigorous and thrifty, is frequently its on the capital invested. In the esteem of many manufacturers: .;1
; from seed cane of the "Florida can make more refined
,: buy with an eye to goal' most worthless grown quality. The plant is sugar 'dIrect from the cane for. less of "strong" lines that they have given a

., ity-the quality our line j ; peculiarly' robust and easily cared for, cast per pound than it ,',at present us exclusive for their goods. ;
subject to few disasters. It Will with makes raw sugar. It can increase the agency. i
offers you., stand degrees of drought or flood fatalto yield fully 60 per cent per ton of cane This means' that you must! come to us -
U L all other crops. No peculiar skill over present conditions, and increase for these
Furniture s* is required to cultivate it, as is the the value per pound fully 30 per cent. strong
After of This is but a matter of education. I We shirts under'
case with beets. years per- are "strong" on ties, ,
sonal observation,'and having consult, have frequently stated, and again assert
finishes piece I ed large numbers of plant growers, I that first-class granulated sugar wear, hoslery.-everythlng In the furnishing -'
( designs'and every
k* acceptable Florida '
All at
total' failure can be madefrom cane .a
justified in saying a ,line.
3 bought' by u. intended to fill the 0 actual 'need of,some par- I of am'a cane crop has never been known. large profit when selling sugar at leg -. "_ '.. '

,I',:,, '. if Uculartbuyer.: .Look our stock over and be posted on the I Any one who can,, raise .Indian corncanxwake than i ij costs to produce beet sugar, We'are strong'on ats." .
; While beets, that if these .facts were intelligently hats and
.I .| correct styles-prices. sugar cane. Buy your furnishing goods,
: before the American farmer
Kansas and Nebraska placed ,
I are a good crop for 'I I clothes from us.and will be "strong"wlthTeveryone
WHITE SEWING MACHINES .' there can be, no comparison and capitalist, the enormous sums now.I ; you .
'. '. .11'' ., 'VER JOHNSON BICYCLES 1, between tha, result of sugar cane and 1 rein ginvested in beet culture and manufacture . you meet., :--
TYPEWRITERS growing and I would be diverted to the *
OLIVAR I 'beets in the' profitable ,
|I! manufacture of.sugar. sugar' belt of the South,and partli'f' H. C. :S"T"ft"rt F 0 R D, CO.:, ,
: Is equal to any ularly to Florida. 1|: ; 1'h, : ;'
;' FURNITURE CO.. i "That Florida' cane j ,/ .. .
L:4k.: KISSIMMEE :In sugar content, and. far superior to, I "The world 'produces over SS.OOO, e'' '-' "
11 that grown in other states, can-no\ be i .000,000 pounds: of sugar annually, and i
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L i t W. B. HARRIS . . . . 'VTT. - 9wne' PURCHASED BY D. G. WAGNER HAVE SIGNS .." .

S. J. TRIPLETT - -. - '. ,- l djtor and Manager'| \M10 IMS MANAGED TUB PLACED AT INTERSECTING .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One copj7 on y far =;=;; ;
One copy, ml zmontb ,?....._.. .7k One copy, throo montlia, ____to ..40AH I -- 1 COUNTY. Board of Trade will
THE be
; --..-. 'j P. G Wagner, aim moved to this held next
communication., from authorized correspondent must
except our
3 *t by: the writer. : city\ from Sanford less than t/vo yearn -

1, Repeated matter will ' unleat,called_f or..._-._-_.-..-.._......-_-..--_-ago and. accepted the-position as-man-T '- Kissimmee, Fla.,Oct. ;,-1913.:---., : .Monday evening, at. which timer .__

,x .Entered at the Poitofflce In KUilmmee. Florida as .econd-Cia.. giall matter '''ager of the Arthur E. Donegan Real lion. E. L. Lesley, Chairman Board o r election of delegates to the State
I Estate and Insurance Agency has armed County Commissioners, In and Fo ,

';t u w FRIDAY. OCTOBER .10, 1913.I I at that stage of human existence Osceola County, Kissimmee, Florida Chamber of Commerce will .

I l>vhere he. believed it was.up to him Dear Sin As directed, I have oc

: to work: for: Wagner ana ior wagner measured the county\ pubHC'road's and, ; member is
a 'I i alone and that idea having become cur. Every urged to i '
j :as provided for in the recent law enacted : ,
I thoroughly crysUlired in his brain, he by the late! Legislature, find the be S. J. TRIPLETT
I this week made :Ir. Donegan an offer t 101lQwlngsign boards necessary, whichI present. "

k, NOTICE I'for the, insurance end o.t.his business, I believe will fulfill the requirementsof C. F. JOHNSON President rfv
i which that gentleman thought, suf- said law: ,

,, I ficjently flattering to accept and ;as Main and Vine streets, reading To Secretary '

(, J I both men"1iave acquired the habit of Shingle Creek, 4 miles.. ,

.. 'doing (things now' and not tomorrow, I Main and Vine streets, reading To j : ,"..

r 7- it required,but two minutes to make j'St. Cloud, \}., miles., I L . t
out the necessary papers which would'I'j. Junction St. Cloud Road, reading To
We very much regret to announce take ':Mr. Wagner's name off the pay 4 j liliard's I si.,'.,3.9 miles. ADVERTISED" ..

roll AS ,a, hired hand and placed him Clyde and Penfield Ave., reading'To WALTER HALE DIED' LETTERS

i that the'opening services I in, the position of him who had grown i Loughman, 12 miles. Remaining in( the Poatorflce KI..

'\ Ieek:and fat' from the net proceed of i j I Junction Loughman Road, readingTo IN JACKSONVILLE J simmee Uncalled For,'
f that most lucrative business Any- Pleasant Hill 5.6 miles' ,
of the Methodist church have October 6, 1913.
's new I Wagner Junction St. Cloud Road, reading To WAS ENGINEER OF EAST COAST 5fc_

i miles.1Vtittier ., BRANCH OF F. E. C.: RAILWAY Advertised list for tho 'two weeks
been called off for future dateon I the whoe) 'city is glad to welcome Mr. I I Ii '
a I ; leading To Bassenger. 35 ,AT TIME; OF His DEATH., ending Oct. 20, 1913.
I i Wagner; as the head'or such an important miles. 'I AHirlltoiu Mil. 'Orern' \Valtcr

account of not getting the ', business.! j Junction Bassenger Road, readingTo After 'a brief illness; Walter Hale, llrotmoiif Frank Minn, I1u111(Mdro..n. .MUa.IIrt W
r Mr. I> states that he will no- 211In': .
onegan! miles.. linnK N.
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who has for a period of about five ['oal. John, Mlii Lucy
1 and findit longer: conduct a real estate business;( Whittier, reading To Lanier, 12 years been a resident of Florida, died Dnnn. Frank Johnson Jetnu:
r1 t pews on investigation we as his piivatelealty t holdings are of Freeman. Stella Mttclnt. fllla Otdel"u. .
i I miles ,, at '6:45: o'clock Tuesday morning in .". KiJ: McClurkln. A. .
such magnitude that it will require St. Cloud To Narcoossee hers Fred I'roc-tor Mn El L.
reading : Jacksonville at the of Mrs.
residence ..
: till MUM Kiln tluII ),f
to sufficI all the time he from his v..r. r. E. B.
impossible even get | spare 6.5 miles.
I W. J. Kelley;1222 Riverside avenue. B. B. SIMPSON
I other' business connections to handle St, Clouds reading To Whittiej-, 33 Walter Hale was born in Winchen- Postmaster.

t ''p ient improvised seats to accommodate i it. I miles) 'don, Mass., May 8, 1852, and was "61 -

I Ito These boards have been lettered as years old. He married Miss Young of DEATH OF AN AGED LADY .

the people. I COMMISSIONERS above and are now ready to'be' placedin Kansas City, Kan., who survives.him. Mrs. W. II. Levis, formerly of this

their respective places. : .- Mr. Hale engaged in, railroad con- county, died at the home of her soninlaw -

ACCEPT TAX BOOK. I Very, truly yours, struction and operating for fifteen ,' T. J. Tedder, at Plant City

. JOHN M. LEE, Chairman R. H.; LUDLAM, years in the Northwest, through the Monday night and the remains were

I) TOTAL ASSESSED VALUATION OF I County Engineer. states of Washington, Oregon and brought to Kissimmee and InterredIn
Montana He moved with his family Rosehill cemetery
Building Committee REAL AND PERSONAL,, PROPERTY on Tuesday
;it i i I South in 1898 and located at Roanoke, Mrs. Levis was seventy-two yearsof ;
$4,296,685. CANNING CLUB
i ; I :1 Va., and therq became connected with age, and was, a resident of the
I I| the Norfolk and Western Milliard's Inland section for
The commissioners at their regular railway, a number

......--= .-.- -- "-- y meeting :Monday: accepted the booksof :; FOR OSCEOLAi I serving that company in various capacities of years, where she was loved and
i and upon terminating his con esteemed by all who knew her '
1 0404004004040400000 and the commissioners : Assessor. W. I. Barber, and that : i I
now county : nection with that railroad he became Her husband died about two ,
1. 0 officer will have short years!!! -
0 i now a respite
0 TALKING KISSIMMEE 0k over there the have decided of the to farm further increasing increase from the\ arduous labor he has been II 1 (Continued, from, page 1)) I i' connected with the Seaboard Air Line ago, since which time she has made '

) 1 .4 andOSCEOLA 0 revenue by the several railway as division superintendent at her home ,with her daughter, Mrs T. '
the size of the citrus grove i it undergoiJ1gfor past ber.30, at Pensacola, during,,the Interstate J. '
?: 4 COUNTY 0 months, I I I Savannah, afterwards moving his Tedder, at Plant City. 'f a
contains. Osceola's commissioner: \ fair meet.Madison .j
Tbe'valuation headquarters to Jacksonville. ,
of real and personal
; 04444,00400040444400i must be the right men in the right county, Saturday, I lie later the LAYMEN'S
Sanford Herald. property in the county, as fixed by the Novemj j accepted position as MEETING '
i PRINCIPAL AMONG place.- .' assessor, is $4,296,685, and at the rate ber 1, at Madison. j general superintendent of the Dur- The next meeting of ,the Laymenwill :;ij

t FLORIDA'S WONDERSThe RIGHT MEN of millage levied wilt give the county Leon county, Thursday, November,ham and Southern railway and chang- be held in the" Baptist r

a r poor farm down', in Osceola IN RIGHT PLACE 'i $82,083 exclusive of state taxes to op- 6, at Tallahassee.lIamilton It I ed his headquarters then to Durham, church at 3 o'clock Sunday, and as the ". ,

--,.--c>>u lty-+ is--paying--- large dividends. The poor farm of our neighboring i erate on the next twelve months, the county, Saturday, Novem | N..c. ,- church will be dedicated in the forenoon '
1 I principal amount to the ber 22 at Jennings. | Later he returned to Jacksonville it is reasonable to
Here is something for Florida to add county of Osceola is paying dividends, going coh- 1 expect a
to her long list of wonders.-Palatka and now fhe'county commissionersover struction of good roads, a movement ,, Alachua' county, Thursday, November and engaged in and had charge the large and interested audience, and we

Times-Herald. there have decided to further increase lately inaugurated by the commission i I 27, at Gainesville, during the Ali construction of the Florida East Coast desire every man and boy in Osceola

the revenue of the farm by increasing i i era that ,will tend. to build up this i a<.tu.a county farmers' exhibition. railway; II) which work he was engaged county and all visiting'friends to be

GROWTH OFKISSIMMEE the size of the citrus groveit county at a more rapid rate than would' Marion county,' Friday, November at the time of his death. present at that meeting. Your presence

t DEMANDS ITt i contains. Osceola's commissionersmust any other means that could be em 28, at Ocala.during the 'Marion county '! Mr. Hale leaves'a mother and sister, \I. an encouragement and Inspirs:

i The capacity thelight and power be the right men in the rightplace. ployed. | fair who reside in Winchendon, Kan., andI I tion that has good effect, and you will

d pjant at Kissimmee ia soon to be Sanford Herald. . The books of Mr. Barber are aboutas I a daughter,Mrs. W. J. Kelley, the wife also receive a blessing by attending
R increased. This has i been'made necessary neat'a was ever turned over Other counties are expected to re-I lof W. J, Kelley, president! .of the Consolidated these services. '
t''' port'dates of their contests soon. All I Naval Stores and '.
'' by the many new motors that to a board of commissioners in Florida, Company,
I 4 "f ,:X;": .,have been installed recently to replace EVERY BOARD ., ,. "+ ',-, i, :and>that his aeaesgments'were! . prac-t. the, countyworkerstin'.thi':' :; !. !.r ; | boys':L'',clubare ;a, J many close 'friends throughout'the ,?, \\i NOTICE, OF MEETING. .' ,. ;
: SHOULD BE,REPRESENTED.i ( !: fe'yiH cu!.! *ireP2jK andjgivin Instructions country who will be grieved to 'I learn i f 11 Iiu '
j "ticafy'Ieft'unchanged I : is evidence thatajthVpeopte I--B- ,! ,* '
Orlando J
gasoline engines. i i* i 1 > 1regardingffthefl lEi herebya! ven.ikatj ""tj 4"'j. :
,. :;t".. ''',)'' se''t.!, $|President;f H t91yrst', : 'fi'r; I has e .of this'countyhavesln: him. of andl'eelection histories] of 1.deathi'. ""' ." "T{ 'T" '.Ar', t.I, '' Vcall for a "' crops grown fthei >
OSCEOLA LEADS sued meeting of the StatChamber e I a most; careful and competent officer: Klss mmee'' Ice: &!' ld-St race Co.:
of Commerce in Thursday best ten ears from the acre plot.. Girls
I will be held
-i KITCHEN SHOWER at the office of the President -
I :.I 1 The Osceola county board ,of commissioners October 23. It is expected that KISSIMMEE GOLF I and boys who expect to win prizes of the State Bank
; \ ; this meeting will be largely attended i I must comply with the rules. After Tuesday, October -
} it'' L' has subscribed for 1,200 FOR BRIDETOBEMISS 14th, 1913, at 3 p. m. At this
I. of the Kissimmee KieI and that the names of new me the prizes ,offered in each county are :
I i copies Gazette, many mCLUB ORGANIZED D I meeting an election wil (be held for
t I
; ia simmee Journal and St. Cloud Tri bers will be enrolled. Full awarded, there only remains the state I 'officers to>

". bune, to be distributed in other states. tion relative to necessary steps to take prizes to be awarded. Only those who MAY GRAVES WILL BEGIN 42-lt serve duringthe R. next year.
\ ,' . -Mulberry Herald.. : to join the association can be,obtainedby PUBLISHES: ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION complete the work .according the WEDDED LIFE WITH A BUTLER.
'I l'' writing to C. F. Johnson, temporarysecretary WHICH WILL BE rules have a chances at these prizes.. I, KITCHEN FULL OF- NOTICE .
: :, l WILL BE THERE KlssimmeerTlmes-. The main points to. be ,considered areas ., UTENSILS, .THE
t .WITH BELLS ON FOUND IN THIS ISSU=' follows: I Beginning December 1, 1913, the

l ,.. W. B. Harris, owner of. the Valley EVERYTHING Make a correct report; write an essay Misses Mary Carson and Verna Holt scale of wages of carpenters in Kis
1; f! ,. Gazette COMES TO KISSIMMEE The latest addition ,to Kissimmee'n simmee will be 40 cents (
has received commission a' or history telling! how the work were hostesses at a very enjoyable per hour, and
', :Ir from Governor 'Trammell delegate From the Melbourne Times we leerthat list of enterprises is the Kissimmee was done and then exhibit the products affair Friday morning. at the home of for carpenters' apprentices 30 cent .

j ';! a to the annual convention of the Mississippi the Melbourne Ad Club has appointed Golf Club, but this enterprise is not ,Mrs. N. B. Carson. The entertainment per hour., '.

4 i to Atlantic Waterway Association a"committee of five to make arrangements to be counted in the money making Some counties are making special was in the form of a' kitchen By' order of the Carpenters and Join.

which held at Palatka to have a special road district class, as [it is organized wholly and plans for the county contest. One I|I shower for Miss May Graves, a bride en Union No. 1359. '..

on November 17 and 18.-Mulberry created and place! the question ,solely for.pleasure and downright fun. county reports preparing for a big 'I i of:this month. J. W. BIGLER, ;
Herald of a bond issue befbre the taxpayersof The Kissimmee Golf Club will leasethe street parade, another county will have The always attractive home of Mrs. 42.1t Recording Secretary. ,

the special district for the purposeof links, club house and steamboat a demonstration by the members of I Carson was very gay and sweet with "
ONE OF THE HANDSOMEST Roseadele from the Kissimmee Club the girls' clubs EXAMINATION OCTOBER 20 ;
buildingthe Kissimmee road and showing every feature' that old fashioned kitchen flower-the '
;-, BUILDINGS IN FLORIDAThe improving three miles of the road 'Co., all of which will be'used by them' of the process of canning. 'j zenia, or old maid. Upon her'arrival The County School Board authorized \'i>,

$25,000 church, being erected along Indian River. The proposed district and their friends to play on, to rest in each guest was presented with ffn a 'special examination for teachers to .'

by the Methodist congregation in Kistimmee is a three-mile atrip'acroBs the and to hunt and fish in. I Washington, Sept. 30.-The Depart- apron and put to work to hem and be held Monday, October 20. All -',

e r, is nearly finished and will be country, beginning at the north limits And! the organizers of the )Kissim-: ment of Agriculture today announced initial a tea towel for the bride's kitch- teachers! not having proper certificates :
t used for the first time on the 12th of of Melbourne and extends south three mee Golf Club are fellows who know that-winners of the State prizes of the 'en. are requested to be on hand and ''

i. will October. The bishop of that district miles. A road to Kissimmee will cer how to have fun, real fun, and any I Boys" Corn Club in the Southern States cooking ber favorite dish and one for furnish paper and writing materialsfor 'ld
t opening. sermon, a goodthing for Melbourne. man who is so fortunate as to receive .'would visit Washington and be welcomed using "left-overs;" all were written the examination. .
4 will .deliver the I
k openin, gsermon. -Florida Star. an "invite",to spend an evening at the by. the Department on December and signed in a substantial book which 42-2t W. J. SEARS, Supt.
Florida Advocate.
# club house or abeard the Rosead 11. It is
3 I probable that winners was presented to-the bride. A deli ]
WJL "CONTINUE DOING will never live long enough'to regret of state prizes in the NOTICED '
t'. OSCEOLA WILL SO I Girls" Tomato cious two-course menu was served and ,

%' DO HER FULL PART FOR YEARS TO COME it. ..- I I raising contests will visit here at the. then came the surprise for the honoree All person owing accounts to ,the

.', The lively little town of Melbo'urn e i. Osceola county still maintains her I| same time. -little Wilhelmina Carson pulling a New York Store are notified to pay ,

t on the East Coast, below Titusville,, policy of appropriating funds to have SCHOOL BOARD IN There are now about 70,000 boys in toy express wagon loaded td> its capacity same only,'to the undersigned owner. ;

"' is after a hard surfaced road connec'I her count)',papers used as immigration I the corn clubs in the Southern states with every imaginable utensil for and get his receipt for same. :J.

tionwth, Kissimmee Some other sec- /agents through the North and REGULAR SESSION ; and about 24,000 girls in the tomato the kitchen. As the articles were unloaded A, ROSENBERG ,.

tlorii'of, that part of the county; (Ere I West. She. has made it pay well heretofore I clubs. The Northern states have just amid! much merriment Miss, Proprietor New York Stor 'i'

I; \' l van!) ,were opposed to the use of public in bringing in new'people and REPORTS FROM OVER THE COUNTY 1 I started organizing; ',this year, but it Is Graves read the advice, useful, foolish Kissimmee, Fla., Sept :25, 1913. 424tMITICK :n'

l i'l ' road money for that purpose and doubtless will continue\ to pay. The SHOW SCHOOLS IN. thought' that altogether there are and otherwise, with which each giftwas :
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'Melbourne citizens immediately called Gainesville Sun Says: "Realizing FINE SHAPE. { about 100,000 children in the club labeled. CM FOIL AI'l'I.irATIO CIIAI1TUIUTO !/ TO APPLY "_" X
work. .
f i I- public .meeting and unanimously that newspapers: are the real boosters J I The following guests were present: '.011

agreed to take steps to bo set off into and advertisers! for every community, .The county school, -board I I Present indications are that there Misses May Graves, Ruth Thomas, tic In WHOM hereby IT given MAY by CONCERN the undersigned! / No. .'S'.a
at will be
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L ,independent road district, so 'they the County commissioners of Osceola ular session fast reg- something over 200 boys in Mildred and Vivian Lee, Nannie Reese, of theft JnmcBV.Intention. r to.. apply to the Honorable .
Monday appointed: the Southern rkwm. Judge of the '
i .+ can' issue bonds and build their share county have made an appropriationfor I for two states whose corn crop Ethel Wilder, Alma Griffin, MarjorieBell Circuit Court of the Hpventh,, Judicial w,,
i hard teachers new schools is! the |, will average more than 100 bushels to- Bearden Circuit of the State of Florida. In and
of the road towards the capita] sending out 1,200 copies of the county. At Ashton a colored ( the Marie Huddteston, Joe for Onteola County on the 10th day of .t
school .
"of Osceola county. The good roads two Kissimmee pipers; and the St. acre although this was a bad year I Berta Bryan, Mary Carson and Verna N"v mb..r, A. L). 1 ell, at DeLand. Flor '
was foe and the patrons having I I for in the ida, or wherever the said Court be '
r .. 'germ i Is .a hard one to exterminate Cloud paper, to.people in the North.This provided a suitable j i corn South. Twenty-five Holt; Afesdames W. W. Carson,' Gay on aald dale,.'for the Incorporation may not .'J!

when jt gets a good Start., The Melbourne 'is but a just recognition the number of scholars building, L.an4 A. a eufficient 'the mshela United per acre ii the average for Livingston, Geo. Sawyer, Marion Car- the for profit K1SHIMMKK of a octal GOLF club CLUB to be of named;Kl- I

Ad. Club is doing much good work done by these papers in the way was selected as teacher'and Young i States for several years.' son, A. J. Holt and N. B. (arson: Is Hlmmee to Florida, the purpose'of which ,>>0
authority The promote octal Intercourse
( work tor the town and is behind thfs! of boosting their county.- Every year |given forpening at Department Is'working: out a its member under- a proposed Charter among, jr- ::
4 movement Orlando Sentinel. the all the once crop rotation and hog raising so that whloh!_ now on file In the office of the .
newspapers NOTICE
The:other schrfol will be located at'' i it is believed Clerk of the Circuit court In and for "
hundreds of dollars' worth'of a boy will permanently Notice! is that aid Occeola County ."
free advertising Frye's Cove hereby: given partiesare .
to be-known: as school No. 1 be able'to WITNESS: the .ubHorlben :
;DIVIDENDS *: : improve the fertility of name of the said -
'N to.the county in which they 24, Hiss Ruby Basi.teacher J. L. his warned to move no more dirt from .thista, day: of. October.. P. '
INCREASE KVKRY YEAR I in Martin 'soil and make enough, keep 1.11. *' : ,
are with aever a family beside the ditch
a thought of remuneration supervisor. : : big between Patrick .; HARRY X HUNTER .
The peer farm of oar'neighboring.county I 'tai space'of work."-:Tallahassee Miss Vera Hargrove V 4 of five. The officials are not yet ready street, and Midland railway.' *', *.' R; A- VANS AQNE1W ?. , "I
: of. Is paying dividends ] *Democrat. '\ was selectedas 1 to give'out the detail'of the W. Rr HARRIS ,
Osoeol" teacher for school new club. 1L N. BRATTON JOHN f>. CLARK ..
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Col atefs talcum-15c-Dann's Department Board of Trade meets -

I Telephone No. 11.. Store 42-lt Monday night.. .,
'-, Full : \ .. t'
line .
ladies' .. .
| dresses, second .' : ) .. :
I Published Every Friday By Nice line of ladies' neck. wear atGilbert's. floor--Dann's Department Store ,,42-1 .... '
42-lt "
W. tt. ttAKKlg.: For men, the Hall Mark dress shirt, # ''I

::=:- Complete line of dry goods-Dann's 11.60. F. H. Lawson. 42.1t 1 I '. :. "
Department; Store. 42-lt' I .,;. I ....- ,j.
Men's flannel shirts $1.00, $1.50 and Two'of our '' \ '::L A: ,
Latest auede belts at Gil- $2.60 at of
Weather Report 3 bert's. In'ladiel". F. H.: Lawson's. 42-lt ,"('I/o "
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The Methodists will hold services .' rG

1 Fol lowing are the daity.ta mperatnres Kissimmce, souvenirs-" lOc_.Dann's- Sunday,. \181:1al" .the-school .audi! -. -' NewShapes -- .'r -- : ': .

and precipitation as Department Store. 42-it: orium. ., i

"'Jt.. ,
.. 1 j. : station at Kissimmee for the at Gilbert's. 42-lt see those up-to-date suits at F. H. '

week ending Oct. 9,.1013. Lawson's. "
A dime' buys .much-.Dann's third _
Max Mln.Rain ,
floor-Dann's' Department Store. 421-lt Among the prominent out of 'town

Friday -?_?_ 89 67 _.. I here "
ri Saturday ..... 88 68 ..., : Kate's store will be closed' "'tomorrow Ing people of Lakeland.this week was T. 1.. "War- 'I/\ N in FALL w '

Ih Sunday ...... 87 60 ... (Saturday' ) on, account of a holi .

: Monday ...... 88 60 _0" day., Misses Ruth Overstreet and Maude ,,'. 'J I

Tuesday...... 88 61 ; :Thomason leave today for a brief visit 4 t' : :
? Mr. and .
J. Tedder of I
Mis. Plant '
I"S I. Wednesdays... 89 62 '_--1.... City were fiere; last Monday to attend to friends at. Bartow.L. \ r : HATSSTETSOff ..' ,;: ,

Thursday ._.. 89 62Illllllllll .,
the funeral of Mrs. Lavls, Mrs. Ted. DJ/ Reagin, of the firm of Glenn- '.

.00..0..0..0..000. ler's mother. Reagin Co., of Tampa, was in 'the city .. .

'I yesterday and paid his to '>. .1" .
respect ,
Sumter Leitner left last Sunday for the Valley Gazette. ,. '.. .:. -: w

Illllllllllill Gainesville, where he will-enter the : (

State University for a two years'course Services will be. held as usual in the I. Shown' in all desirable colors : ;

THE: LOCAL FIELD i iIIIIMIIIIII I ; in the law department. different churches Sunday, the opening o ....
service in the' new Methodist ''',
Miss Corrie Miller
returned home church

IlllllllW. Tuesday from a pleasant summer out- having been postponed. .----d__ : t.",:.,,..'

ing, which she spent visiting various Willis Chandler; member of the .' ,. "i".'1'' ". .
H. Brokaw with Grlfflng Brothers ,
resorts in North and South Carolina. School Board from the Bassenger district .. ,. .
the tree people. 40-tf
was here this week in attendanceupon t '
W. N: Monahan, proprietor of 'the :

'--Born, to Mr. and Mrs..F. S..Gilbert, M.D Store at Davenport was in the Board.the regular' monthly meeting of Katz Klothing Korner

on Tuesday, Oct. 7th, a son.. the city the close of last w iek getting -
? School shoes-;>ann's Department acquainted with our business people. The presiding elder will-preach at .: '.
both the morning and evening servicesof
Store. 42-lt W. P.. Underhill was the .
among the Methodists
meeting Sunday, r

.' Born, to Mr, and Mrs. If. E. Bryan, prominent Bassenger business men which will be held in the school audi .,. .'

""j on Wednesday, Oct. 8th, a son. who were here this week in attendance, torium. -- -
upon the meeting of the county coral
Latest ribbons at Dann's. Department missionera.Geo. R. J. PattefjSon! a member of the ,:years, and for seven years owned and 'I .. ,

,.. 'w Store. ...-.j-r- D. 42-1t F. Parker transacted business State Tax 'Commission Board, was edited a paper at Orchard. He cones C-OT F.A.R F '
{, her this week to Kissimmee to escape the"cold win i
with 'i".1'4.7'
getting acquainted IrT8CF3 s'"J -. .
Phone 288, Oliver's Pressing Club, at Davenport op Saturday, but .
ryr the manner in which taxes ters and to regain the lost energy expended '
: 15 Darlington Ave. We guarantee took time during the day to inspect in Osceola are assessed in making one of the best papers Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency . '" r, >

...h, our work. 42-2t a'few of the fine citrus 'groves in that county. published in the northwest. '...."

. neighborhood. State Bank Building .
j '
Born, to Mr. and Mrs.. W. T. Craw- The Woodmen of the World had one Frank Walker, representing the Bas .1 'r

". ford, on Monday, October 6th, at Cairo. ,I Mrs. Lizzie Floyd, of this city, left of the liveliest meetings: of the year senger district of the Board of Count\ . '!' I
last Tuesday night when eight of the
Ga., a daughter. Friday morning for Sarasotawhereshe Commissioners i
,::' was. here this week "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE"
.. will spend some time with her choppers from Loughman were pres.
i to attend the regular monthly meeting Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort '
class shoes '
Ladies' high
gents' ent and made for
things Interesting I
: daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and of the Board. Mr. Walker states that i Miss'M.. V. Woodward
at reasonable prices at Dann's De- the local members. Come again. I Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule :i.I
Mrs. .Mans.
Store 42-1 Edgar .. an unusual activity in the real estate I of steamers 'Suwanee and Corona I ib
;,.:",' C. A. Taft and wife of Winnipeg,, Among the many deals line Is noticeable in the lower part of J plying between\ Fort Myers and Fort I. J.

\' R. B. Woodham was the week end Canada, ,are spending .some time in made this week was the sale of a forty the county, and he expects quite a I Lauderdale via the famous Caloosahat-
'5 { guest of Desmond Little at his home Kissimmee, and are so well pleased acre farm near Campbell by J. F.. number to locate in his neighborhood I i chee, Lake Okeechobee Everglades and MlLUNERY'Jl8' + 6

al' near Narcoossee. with this section that they will probably O'Berry to D. J. Newman, who came this winter. ,.Drainage Canals. 'The most wonderful -

I.j.:'1 Let us 'make that old suit look like purchase: property and locate. here recently from Harrisburg. D. B. Herrington, wife and two I scenery: in America. Wild bird
: i and life in profusion. Seminole
game ,
children arrived from their
Oliver's Wednesday
: new Phone 288. Pressing :The young ladies of the Catholic Mrs. C. W. Bruns and Mrs. C. E. I: Indians and alligators.' 42-tf
42-2t summer home at China, Maine. Mr.. .
;' Club Darlington Ave. visitor; '
:: social club will give a sociaLand danceat Buckley of Runnytnede were Broadway -. ,
Herrington owns a magnificent home
". Percales and ginghams for school l -X [ away off up there next to Nova Scotia,, 4f
at 8 m. Refreshments sold. Admission time between trains looking over the 'Kissimmee, - Florida
p. OOttOOCt.OOO".O'
.':i clothes, 10 & 12V4c at Dann's Depart- and says that it is the most delightful a
25, cents. Gentlemen's danc- beautiful lawns and flower gardens
. ment Store. 42-lt place in America.. y,) live during the
ing checks 25c. surrounding the residences in west and
summer, but thar'i ever again will he
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams of south Kissimmee. Highest Prices Paid
found else from Nov
Loughman were in the city shopping Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reese of Or- be anywhere m. ..

on Wednesday lando were the week end guests hereof Neimeyer k: McLp'iirhlin authorizethe her until May except night here in FORcrossTies FRUITSVEGETABLES
dear,old Kissimmee.:
Mr. Reese's'mother, returning: home statement that the O. K. Bakery

. Work shirts and Sweet-Orr guaran- on the noon train Monday., Mr. Reese will positively open' for business next The first meeting of the season of j

teed overalls, at Dann's DepartmentS 42-H is the most efficient editor of that Monday at 115 Broadway,. and would the Civic League will be held at the ' ,' :

., qro re. splendid daily, the Orlando Sentinel. appreciate a return of their customers Chapter House next Tuesday, Octo-
Prices delivered
,,,, ,,EU D., Hogan, of, Loughman,, spent wear they ,were.pleased to serve when op- ber 14th, at 3 p. m. The. subject of 7x9x84 Heart Tampa-Pine 53e S. H. E..H. FROST. ;'.;;' 't\'. '. .
business lclfyou I :, :,hesitatefto!I shoes.that erating, a bakery here a few: years public\ seats" which was under advisementl -, .: : \::)'.r--: ,r-'J\ .,
|Wedne.d.y/ttr.nsacting/ .gnyou. 'been'repaired because''oflooks:' ',' : ,'::'\ ': i " : i : :<'1x8x8% Heart 'Pine.48e': Commission Merchants. : ,. f/Eat.:_ 4.: ,
,, "
Kissimmee have ,; ago;,: ; .:: : :\ \\hen the:eocietyi'adjourned'forthe i; I .
yu'don'tknow"our: : kind ofrepairing., ';% ';(:: 't WW' 1 ti'UWrMorrow't" 'WI [(' .mer;:+will l be taken up and 1'j!V6x8x8 'HeartJPne: l |} ay 43e ?:"6JlSCS.t't, Shipping material,freej t f'.
It rand returns rt
Let UI dean and presl that suit for Come and rvisil/ourf\ ChampionRepairShop ?I *F I ', ;; \ : every':member. requested to be present -' Liberal'" l :inspection. '" prompt, .,"" ..' -" W"w.? Sit Washington St.oQj"S;: '.

Oliver's Pressing Club.: Phone in rear of Citizens Bank.: A. A. turned from''' a four-months' visit to prepared to express an opinions New York. S,

288 Darlington Ave. 42-2t Witz. '. H-t .their old home in Ohio; and Mr. Morrow to where said seats should be placed, American Tie & Timber Co. 40-4 twd1 + j.
that while he enjoyed himself
says valid therefor.
and to
give reasons
C.' E. Holtsclaw has been In Jacksonville Geo. T. Singletary' has teturned 'immensely visiting among his former

this week looking after business from Tampa, where he carried his associates and friends, still he'is gladto Henry Sackhoff, who recently movedto Ship us your ties. 42.2t.OOOOOOOOt ",

matters- little son for treatment for a severe get back to the prettiest, the health ,Narcoossee from Cincinnati and .
tonsil affection. We are pleased' to forty acres of land, which Citrus and 'A
a mules and harness ; iest and the,best city in America. purchased ,
Eight; good wagons note that the little patient Is now muchimproved.
he is having cleared preparatory to t.'OOO OOO .. "
II. In-
,;.i'}\ for sale at a bargain. 40-tf Riley Godwin and John Baisden of planting a citrus grove as well as vegetables Ornamental: Trees ' '

gram.: Whittier, president and secretary respectively was in kissimmee Tuesday n ,
M. D.. Tindall and wife of Ashton, -==="" "
? G. E. Parker of St. Cloud spent of the commercial club of purchasing supplies in the shape of
Dr. In the Saturday looking over -
.I city
the week end here with his parents, were certain properties offered for sale. It their progressive little town, were in wagons, harness and farming tools. R. F. PARKERUTAILOR Hedge, Shrubs and Flower*. $.
the Saturday. They both stated Mr. Sackhoff' expressed himself as 1
Parker.O. city
G. F.
h Mr.. and Mrs. is, possible that they will in a few ( ,
growing in population than pleased with this country, 1'
decide to make Kissimmee that Whittier was more Twenty-five dollars expended on :' .
the months
B. Houser, prominent among home. at such a rapldtate it was necessary 'saying that it is.far and beyond anything ornamental tree. and shrubs will S

new settlers of Narcoossee, was. transacting .their permanent to take the census every thirty he ever imagined could exist enhance! the value of a small lot { 1 t y

: business here Saturday. A. E. Drought! one of St. Cloud's days. to climate, why it-is just beyond anything I! 11 Darlington Are, one hundred dollars in the space 'IJ t'

+ r Carson left Saturday night fora leading real estate and insurance I even imagined could exist of twelve months. Come, let us
C. A. Episcopal
at the .
ten days' rest amid the scenes of agents, spent Saturday here, and wasa Services, XXI Sunday after consult together-::help beautify our .i ; .

his early Jife in Georgia. caller at this office; Mr. Drbught church October Communion 12, 8''a.. m. TAKE OUT LlCENS'EOR I HAVE 107 acres of first class, unimproved city and add to our property values. i"
stated that the Wonder City was fast Trinity. land, on hard road and .

John P. Jones, a leading attorney I filling up. with winter.residents. Sunday school 10:30., 9.30 No; morning evening prayeit"as prayer PAY A FINE within three-quarters of a mile. of H, Edmund'Swabey, Agt." .i
Orlando was transacting and sermon,
of our sister city, city limits of Kissimmee, that I will
legal business' here this week. Mrs. A. S. Nelson will entertain the the rector has to be at St. Cloud. let some one have at a real bar- Residence Orlando Ave. ,I ,
at her ,home, 417 W. li. Ball P. B.' 625
Ladies Aid Society Everybody welcome. PAY UPON O. 'e i
Mr. THOSE WHO DID NQT gain. Will sell "all 0part. L Lar- J1
Mr. and Mrs..J, W. Harris, Broadway, on Wednesday afternoon Priest in Charge. ..
42-4t '
enjoyed a, ( to OCTOBER 1 ARE SUBJECT ry Pope, Loughman, Fla. 4 t.
and Mrs. Arthur Cooper October the 15th moat, from .3:39

r pleasant launch ride to Shingle Creek 5:30: p. m. All Presbyterian ladies are Rev. W. .H. Ball, a native of Eng. TO ARREST.. .
j last .Sunday. cordially invited to come and bring land, but who has spent the.major por- -

the a friend. Silver offering.' tion of his life in travel, his last stop There seems to have entered the
If it's the best tombstone for Concord, N. C., arrived
t being in the state
ping place of
minds persons
least money you're looking for, W. D. J. R. Clay, who will be remembered in the city the past wee ,to accept : that the license many: tax, which is due October -
has it... White Bronze for foreman of the Aultman garage The 'Dixie TheaterEntire
J. Sumner as rectorship of,Sti Johns Episcopal time
-J--' 42tfJ. his the \ let. is payable any duringthe (
but who has been at .
your order. last winter, church. )fr," Ball possesses a month of October. But this is a 6
old home at Lake View, Mich., for the and we, in Change of Program Dally ,
personality Bandy

Osceola Collector
J. Whidden one of county's months returned to Kissimmee most pleasing mistaken idea, as
cattlemen, with head- past four common with all pur people, extend' informed the Gazette ,Monday that
prominent week and has accepted a .
visitor last ; him most cordial welcome. do not their taxes on TONIGHT KING BAGGOT ;
quarters at Bassenger, was a in th f auto department) "o of a those who pay ; ''t ,i
week. position October first are subject to penalty In the Comedian's Mask-A Great Two Reel) Drama. I
: to our city this has been employed!
Mach H. Ludlam .
L. they do business, or operate .
for day .
.fJ1 Jf you have not received' a copy of S. Nelson Has this week planted by the commissioners for a period of vehicles of any kind T thout a "Spring of the Desert"A \ : !
Columbia at salary of uzA to act WORTH WHILS WESTERN PICTURE."Steve's ..
of'new month a .
Issue truck
the October strawberry plants on his one license. '
Records, call and see J. W. Prentis. farm 25,000/far the Lake Shore addition, in, the capacity' of road'gineer; dur-fix I Monday Tax Collector Bandy was Girl I," A WESTERN COMEDY. ,' 1\ '

They sire free. 4l-tt putting out 5,000 per day until the: nig which time he is expected be build- kept busy issuing licenses of all kinds, .
Mr. Nelsoixcon the grade of the new road to I but stated that there should have been SATURDAY Feature Day.-.FlVEREELS '
a tine work was completed. the .
who owns to
Desmond Little, justnorth of : 4
sec- a big yield from this patchas ed from many more persons calling than .
orange grove In the Narcoo.see templates. F. E. C. extension, and later to con- : The Critic" '
thegrowing served.
) ' here the ground is well suited, to .
transacting hard road Brevard county A..GREAT"AMBROSIA
with :
tion who
: berries.J nect Therefore, it is a' wise man
of '
,{ .,".' .'Tuesday.. will. build' to the Osceola county takes a tip at this time and proceeds ,.! Crand Old Flag"i

Woodwax's, millinery. .tore, Wade'Tucker, of Ktssimmee, line. __ ,f. forthwith to the court house in searchof 101 BISON-TWO' REEL FEATURE-A.,STORY 'J

,4 Miss Broadway; ,., has a full line ot! ready, manager of the,Everglade Cypress and wife arrived in-the the tax-collector, for lo the, deputy jg* OF THE CUBAN, WAR. ,r a
s Sr which sustained aheavy A. R. fellow'who is .'
, the .
:,- \ hats for ladies and children. Lumber Company Orchard, Nebr.-: ., sheriff looketh for oTthe
to-wear weeks when city Tuesday .from "A'Knight Garter"IF .'
several ago license tax.
It loss
school hati. lax about paying .
i in having, '
designs here
Some special teen and will spend the winter THIS
: millions, of of lumber was YOU.:CANT LAUGH DONT BEE ONE..
many of H. M, .
residence 'I ,
Cad- at the "
i Mrs.: W.E. Reginald; destroyed was ln>tivs *city yesterdayonbusineW taken rooms Mr. Den- FOB RENTComfortable bed .room; 'M ,"tv., "

Min Marjorie Cadman re- ,The '** located at Breaker on Mabbe t street. 'centrally looted. Large,porch.. '.C
.IUD'and i > the newspaper . A"
lr iJit. south of ma- nis has been connected with StL '42 tiI
'twned Monday from th spent the' palt Loughman twelve Tribune miles .' business, for ,the' past MUd Brack: ;: J. W, Prentis.. ", ,


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'' P A G1? 8. \ ', TIE, KISSIMMEE VALLEY, .' GAZETTE: '\FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. lfj-jj:; If

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\ n S. & L. Co. will begin.operations in a !fflRCTaaaanfia! ! aaaWHY ! ! !Iili1Diliii!! ! !fiA! i. :

; \CLASSIFIED v few days. Mr. Buckles. of KUnimmee I

J II Orange ]II I will I* in charge. lie will saw staves ,
.'HI) and heading for turpentine camps. I
lasJ shall be The correspondent (LES) from ntI
"So the
Mr :
Five Cents Per LineS last," Matthew 20: Rosalie in your paper of the 19th n
k first, and the first, ( It
fads Insertion.'. When the Disciple Matthew repeated seems to have been misinformed or : !Ii
._ 16 he reckless'disregard for:.The :truth..
u. those words of the Master, has a KISSIMMEE[ [
the school ,I)1eeting.-a. :
1 FOR SALE. '_ the made words no reference were prophetic to our Florida and Florida, but there I In regard was only to. one applicant for the.

t. "j, .'_.. FOR SALE-Bay. saddle h rse. Ap- 'Is fincj.exempliflcation of the text. school-Mrs-Langford-Mia* C.urrle j t j zt,''t tl
-,"Ply 1.0'EG.; Vans Agnew: :22ti the first shores to be touched ,- was not an applicant and \her: name I

Hers were who dis- was no't mentioned in, the meeting,j j 101
FOR SALE-Motor boat, 30x8/, 15 by the intrepid explorers present.. Still
Dick lIar
i ;. .. 'In. draft, 12 h. p. engine; at-a bar- covered America, and tot reasons unknown neither was Island j j : t." ,
Is |
No. 2
last state in ourUnion. .
gain. See Saunders at this of Bee, ti Is'the pioneer l .
Islahd wfiich is .
1 ..... she is coming into 'instead of Bramah a ] h
Now"that : "
,, II FOR SALE-House and lot on Pen- her own with such rapid(' strides she; small island on.Lake..Kissimmec. j:fi Q' ... eI I

field St., 5-room house, 2 closets,, become' first In the I :Mr. B: Parrish, manager of turpentine 1

all plastered except:/ kitchen; lot 59 thoughts'! ( our countr.v* us a, place camp I BECAUSE it is the most city in America' h..
I the Roseada. i ii
; water, 14 bearing grapefruit and contentment/ going up on !

.. orange and lemdn trees., Enquire reign where/ tuprorne.happiness.,,, There can be no other,i Capt. W.. E, Boyd, the j i ijnger to health climate and fertility of soil. Yi'
I No,-409 Pcnficld' St., or ad-I of camp No.3", visited Rosalie j

; 'I I dress.,Box. 433, Kissimmee, Kla..'403p consummation climate and, for unbounded Xvith our Incomparable rcspunw" : -, Saturday and Sunday, probably looking \ j:fil'1. BECAUSE it has', .a citizenry the equal of any on earth x i1

SALE eight I and the!' 'high class! of cloan; earnest : after timber interests or something.'II101'e ,. \ and '
:t' FOR QUICK -T\vo-story attractive. for intelligence morality hospitality. Yi ,
coming in '' i ,
who constantly ".
suitable.for boardinghouse people are
: : .t room house, Mrs. W. L. Currie, .who I Is! teachingthqArbuckle x a
t i. .1 large porches on throe sides,!\to make their home; in J'lorida, our school visited home-folks : BECAUSE it has public school facilities unsurpassed

I t I "r, L ocat'cd aldcwalkii on, city paved water. street, several, concrete young lights Then/ \ Why are ('onstulltIY'jCl'owing should we not l be" brighter.(Ii .liapny(' Saturday\ and' Buii'day,. ,. She was accompanied \ [students graduating Osceola High School enter I 11
; I' I by' one 'of her ung.lady
,p ()
.in Five and contented\ people. j j"Mr. ;
I Citrus, fruit trees yard.
-r !Miss Carolin Albritton in America without examination.
I Keen to be .away pupil any University ]'
r Mocks from passenger depot. Possession ? .J.) J, expects! t (
; I. i 1\\ !! Jt'e1at: once. Good reason 'from Orange Center the most of the I It this escapes write the. waste' basket BUD., will; { :BECAUSE it has the best paved streets and 1Mi
c pt-Qbably. agaiii
this last account was .
lt,: j II for selling. Price for house fur- 'I ,. on : :._ 1
: (8-- :1"1:,, : ' nlshed omplete.' $2Goo.: Big bat1- :(given: a'Mil-prise+ ) party by all' 'of Orange j I "-: miles of cement sidewalk than any other city Its.I ... :
last Friday.night. Every-. If SHE' DOESN'TNEED : I
f .
II. M, Breaker Center
I : {.i'I I!I! /gain, See us quick. '
I r '.t ''.1.\\1".....;" I'.. & Co.:, .. ", I 41-tf body in town went and everybody .wan J !Ii size in the South. .. Vx
I .
. 'f'' }H .': \ ,':. FOR SA.LE'-l: <' 'el1. es Af la'nd and a glad: they Hifd did.singing Dancing and eating and storyUllinjr .were. ]I:, THE 1I'1 BECAUSE if is making more, permanent and substantial
" { .a four-room house Tin Pinedale. Will indulged in until'a late hour .when' !

I, t .j ;riv'(! bargain to sell auifkAd- '1 all .went home hn"pr. I, \VHV SHOULD! A GIRL, WORK, IS r public' and private improvements than ,any x 4

: f dress Box1Ti( Kissimmeev Fla.! '.', ;A dance/ given i iii i an empty store THE:: QUESTION DISCUSSED x.! city twice its size in the state. !

,: f ., "l.t,'dttI' building wax well attended' last Sat- i I.LG.ZISE.. 1 :
IN WO : :
I r v ivday night. It proved a very enjoy-, -, I BECAUSE its people display more genuine hospitality \ i
I I IHev. I iiI'iiI't
\ I} ', '' MISCELLANEOUS. wlile affair. '
i 1 :, I Spahr says he has reached the I Mrs. Belmont, whose theqries on..' !Ii'Y'' \ ,.and brotherly) love than any other people any

r ;, SCIENTIFIC: vocal culture, piano, conclusion that there is no. such thingas 'the subject 'of woman's place in the
', } / and By graduate where else on the face of the earth.
\ theory harmony. waste land in Florida. It is simply world are supported' by very sincere x i .

1 '.- Victoria College of Music; European I up to tfte people to do. the right practices, in an article in the Southern BECAUSE it is the cleanest and most orderly in
: n.lIarrls Shoe
R : Dutt
methods. Apply In'answer the
thing, and the )and will do its share. Woman's Magazine, to I

+ I c''s,-,", , Store.'- -'-'L-.' 41-5tpd Mr Cranberry Bass returned to question as to whether or not a young I the state of Florida. 'I' t

v :l." LOST-OMonday night, a pocketbook Orange Center last Friday from ''a girl should work who' does not need \
BECAUSE all of its civic
4. bI'{,; ; containing about*$9.00. Finder dong stay in Georgia. He says he has the money, takes a very positive posi- I people display a pride that x! }

please I leave at Gazette office and come back to stay. He did not see tion on the affirmative side. "Those x is found xist.
l -get reward. -" UC-tf anything that looked better than Orange who can read the-signs of the! times," I rarely Jo: YiIi ,

I Center does. she says, "know this is woman's era. i BECAUSE every citizen knows he lives in the best city x
1 LIST your property for sale with Little Julia Harney had the misfortune .. She must not wait for manor.

1, I i # .. _Nelson Realty Co. 35-tf to cut her foot on a piece of l family .to fill voids around her, but''' x on earth and never fails to let that fact be known

WADE, the tuner, Orlando. I It glass or tin, 'making a very severe must create her own Useful life. Let I j When the .
wound. Careful nursing will preventany her enter into the world's competition. i occasion offers. ;

t O' MEET me at Kisslmroee Drug Co., ',i serious results and we all hopeto She must forget sex' and find inter x

j i soda and we water will made.get a drink of the 31tf best see her out at play in a few days. every situation A gratified I BECAUSE. life here<<: is' one continual l. existence., of ;

i.'. Don't get excited, boys, but thereare ambition is a .lasting, tangible thing. x prosperity and happiness.THAT'S .
", a FOR RENT. deer grazing and 'eating acorns The pleasure of work with a great aim: ,

r .. only a half mile of Orange Center. to be attained never palls." I ." !'Ii.y Ii.
y; .
I ((1''", FOR RENT-Five' rooms and bath Hurry up, Mr. Time, and .get thelid In the' same discussion! ,. Eujene ; / .., '' '\

,; ,S. over Dann's GnJVery Store. Apply off the game law.POSTMASTER. Brieux is quoted on the other side. He n } ' -
: to'A. F. Kritz, Kissimmee, Laundry. says: "I believe it is'bad for tHe race : "'".;, *. ,
I .j '"'
t't t 4 42-2t RESIGNS for women to work outside: the home " ,

FOR RENT-4-room house, nice yard, Editor The postmaster Kissimmee Valley at the, Gazette_Kissimmee. ,: unless I in a it case is absolutely of'starvation necetsary.or work Whenit at 1 !x I! WHY" KISSIMMEE x.Y1 :

chicken yard and nice garden plot. Park postoffice has resigned and Post- woman .must work, of course. But to ,l.! ''jOOtitiGfiv J

j '' f Mrs. .Summers, 608 Pejifield, -near office Inspector of the Atlanta. Division m"y mind, no woman should go in for I

i CJyde, (Clyde the 2nd str. W., of R. A. Ward, of Tampa, Florida, money-making who has a father erl I !Ii. j
!court house, leading.south- 40-tf a husband to support her. This is not I
? ; inspected the office Oct. 3, his other
i because I think it Is bad for women aa m. + o +'r3v{ Fti CcrJ : HOtOOO'O'HOy I
business was to entertain applicants :
\ .7 FOR RENT-A ''7-room residence, much as I think it takes-the responsUj
4 Tor' the "postmastership, the inspector "
modern conveniences,. on Main St. off.the and the eel of-i ; .
bility -men ing ,
i j / '
!Stated.' : }Ir.. Enge could rhaveconn" .- .... I' -
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tt 3 Mrs. Summers,608,>Penfield South \ 'spopsibility>;ough S 'e developed, I'" n '/kj\\
tinued'In office ihad'he'madq'' applicalir'fiV :;;;,;
Klasimmee "iI'''' iy "'-.1/" / ;.':.',;" HOTEL MANHATTAN
, , 38tfI *i* 'J. } ra -"fi o dimmlhed ; '" RUL BASS MARKET .
!t t 'thls \frIEnge: did not ido leav _jgKG3 BJPbe:?,PropijM.

I I, t f I ..,'. c1i "FOR'"afore RENT building OR on SALE-Two Brack"St.:'North sW Tog the office,the coast;+" +.dearifor.. , ,.others, .desiring' :; '0' NEWSPAPERS.. ''y; , ,Across' from, ,Av,C: LfSladon, .' Fresh Meets of AII,|Kinds ,
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Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tt A Patron of the OfficI ..
:: DWELLINGS for rent opply to M. ': .ARE TOO CHEAP: !yi x H. C. STANFORD COMPANY i Tj .
f "; ]li l- Tiller. Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, CLARK & MEIKLEJON 4 'j; '

a i '", ,' I __-. -- __ I L 'Rosalie II I ;:n'j, Furnishings and Notions - Real Estate I' i Yt'Yi
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YOU PAY IT $1.50 -ffi! .
\ I !i' -I' CAN ._ :
!' ' SEE ME RoHufie is on a' boom now since the !Ii CO. .

,I t j ._ fishing season .began. The throbbingof OR LE-iiK. : I IT. "I !Ii SHOES WATERS & CARSON GROCERYCOMPANY' . I
.4 + the motor boats can be heard night I 3''i! 106 Broadway
\ If
you want to rent and day as they ply the waters in That the dollar-a-year ne\v\ paper' !Ii' .

,f f"S', i ,/? 'Dwelling pursuit of the finny tribe. will soon. be.obsolete \almost a ce'-I: bS h ', ---! --
Mr. W E. Wood is the efficient man- tainty. .During the last! ten years KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. Ml

i -Room COttage ager of the fish house, add Mr. Frank cost of living ,has advanced 60 percent !it Everything for the Home. FRED M. BASS

1 Desirable. Office o/j. Tatman, the veteran boatman, has his Wages have advanced accord J. E. Rash, Manager .
y i
Broadway large new motor boat in commission ingly. The only thing that has not Hudson and Studebaker Autonaobileiw .
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and hauls them to Kissimmee for ship- advanced is- the pried. of the county ; w ,' .

! E. E. Wells ment. newspaper and that will have tQ fall H. M. BkEAKER'f! ; J tit

Real Estate and Insurance Capt.} Clay Johnson is still makinghis in line or quit business./ Print paperis Truck Farms, Orange Groves and City :.-'

%03 Broadway Phone 271 regular weekly trips notwithstandI away yonder higher than it Was Property.TVt B'way NELSON REALTY COMPANY ., .

..L--' -.I i the low water. lie is now.haul. tel years ago. The country printer !Him No. 9 Darlington Avenue f t

... .-. , : ing supplies and ijaval stores for the that we could hire hal 'fa score years' !a; j .. .
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Florida Naval Stores and Land Co., ego: for ten dollars a week will not !fiK F. H. LAWSON #v' -!f; .. .
C. F. Thrasher .as they have discontinued their line now look inside an office for less than .' .
Cash Store. .
,t .of boats. fifteen or eighteen and yet the reading D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE '-

I, SHEET METAL WORKER Mr. S. W. Allen of Jacksonville andG. ( ?) public think if they pay up a'l I 10 Broadway -- ,

e' Steel Ceiling a Specialty: C. Livingston of Kissimmee, madea year's subscription to their( home paper !MiK !f-)I AGENCY n

s'P. flying trip. down here last week and they have made donation of I .
; O. Box 696 Kissimmee, Fla a a '. .
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gladdened the hearts of the herd work- dollar to "help the editor Those! ; C. M. TAYLOR' !ifiA3 ; !it

. ing turpentine people by distributingsome times are rapidly passing into obscur- si Up-to-date Cash Grocery; HUNTER .... '
f < of that filthy lucre! that is sp ity. The editor of 'a country newspaper SiSi Broadway and Midland ( "

h AUK VOT LOOKING Von ASEI.KCT 4Is necessary to life nowadays. Mr. -Allen U beginning to realize that he is LE lY: r Real I Estate'W.G.HANK1NS. .

t HOME! succeeds Mr. J. W. Ward 'as gen. entitled to some remuneration for the ; >>i : !In*_ t

i .e . A 10-room house, closets, pan- eral manager of the Florida Naval capital and labor he invests for the ; .
. tries, I baths, hot W. B. MAKINSON
and cold water Stores and Land CO..
Co. Come benefit of the
Mr. is
community. He be
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; eld trlCl lights; screened back .
p i porches, 'beautiful front verandas Allen, always glad to.see you". ginning to. realize that'.being paid for !Sisi i. Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Supplies ". ' Yt

a ,, -. | walls) plastered and tinted, "Mr., and Mrs., Hardy Nettles have subscriptions! m stove'wood and skunk !Ii. and Machinery j Adding Machines and Typewriter

* ;'r' 1 ; woodw6rk mlBBlon i finish. Thla just returned from a two weeks' out- skins will not purchase a monument to !m j S
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J house can be used as rooming ing down the river to Lake Okeechobee. : place over his last resting place"when .! . .
,'l house for V '
; private feunlly
or renton -
rood street Ask Mrs. Summers Mr. Nettles purchased a launchto he leaves this vale of tears for the Yi'I_ I A. S. GILBERT . DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE

i I about'. It. add to his already extensive' fishing mansion he expects to occupy in the !m Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions Dry Good,Clothing, Shoes,.Forabilagi ,. ..
.' ';.: A 6-room y..rd outfit.,, ?; great hereafter. And in this realiza-
; house modern ,
4 ,, of located beautiful brick shade and shrubbery' The sawmill owned by the Fla., N. tion'or awakening he will have to raise !sisi No.. 45, Cot Main and Park St. 5 and lOc Store bIt ,
on street
the price of his subscription and advertising "'Ii'; *
A 6-ropm house on llabbette --!f;---
street.lot 100x147%. flowing well. or. join the' ranks of those ; I.
1100.00 cash and $1 .00.por month
Sprigg who are..IIIaklng LUMBER CO. PRENTIS
A -room house on good street, Fleming money selling these SfiSi .. '
'; lot 0x140 and to acre real orange skunk\: skins' they. wish to hand to the Wholesale.and Retail Pianos Organs, Talking Machines, ...
d land. 4 miles from nice little ,
, town, for i,600.. CtE.ING editor. !Phone 21 'Sewing. MachinesMUNGER.LAND '
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? i'1I.' .+YI' A 7-rbonv "ho'use. plastered, 'Subscription, price "to 'the Truth !: --:. i, .,
Closets china: cabinet nice porch- ffi- '
' Z. I fm, corner lot on good street. raises to $1.50 a year January 1, 1914 !G !
1 ,, $(00.0 .cash, easy. terms on bal- s.0 y -take. it or leave it.- .Zolfo '. MACH .
Springs ; BROTHERS Phone !
. 4 ance. 113 COMPANY ,
1'.', f A 6-roorn house, lot 180x147: Hon 'REPAIRING Truth-. . '1i Livery, Feed and Sale Stables !
t good-street, a decided bargain, av. "i Orange Center,."I..
l ; &,;: ; anti/ : !iLOoo.oo." Lave. word Ft--toy-'-house aid clothes,,: What has become of the ol -fash-t jt! 'H'nd. Drayinf W. W. Bonnty,'Resident Manager

h ; 1, ;,,1 t "y ,:thk 7r*.!Stammers win\\ hftc"l.. 'wr and returned l ioned tomboy, who could'beat all the ti ,

...j .,l.' ',r D'i.ld! near. Cl -de. I Satisfaction 'b y. in the neighborhood at their' wn. II'
Guarantee ij i
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: II[[ Apopka Items -II secure of to Apopkaw the theme healing that Anyone powers would,who of give Is the a testimony sufferer climate' 'rin does record that not for capacity catch them before, as he and has holds served a 0'0 .. 0 0 00 0000 u -GO-0-0 .o- o" 0 0'" ..0000.0' 00 00 0 00 .uoo to PP4440 PAGE. .. .,,,

from unearthing crime'and
In Some way which we fall'to Understand Apopka these ailments should locate In) turing law violators.. cap, '-, '
I the rainy where, as Mrs. Clark in t.I
Apopka altogether season, this has missed her testimonial "The healthfulness says of The plans and specifications for the' GOODFENCE t.
summer and
the. location new Hotel Anderson have completed
the pleasant been ',;
now at what would be the close of the Quietness and is' I
it '
expected that
rainy i season, the ground prevails here all the time, ,the work on
is the
as dry as structure '
splendid will be
started within
it was before the rainy pure drinking water with
season was which,the the next few days. The site for
town Is so abundantly this, -
supposed to set in.
We, cannot account -: sup proposed hotel -
; has been
plied ths donated
for this as the rains have prevailed that Is constantly fragrance wafted and sweet aroma the American Realty Cot, who'arI by j I I AFTER years!) of exp eri.l .-
on all sides, but in and on the gentle
around bending
the town of Apoplcs we were visited sephyri, have all combined to make Apopka. every energy to build up I = Esntt mewing and! expense,
me a well woman again." :I i and labor the maker of
with only frequent, hower In Apopka .
'of all this, however, the fruit spite e extends welcome to-arty and all suf; It Is not our purpose to say ,ought I I American Fence finally ,
.', crop ferers against any other '
Uds fair to make to come and be healed in Na- part of the. grand
a good yield and our ture's j old state of Florida j produced a composition in "
great sanitorium. we have had I ;
farmers have saved ; I
a fine I j
hay with which to feed after quantity the of The clean-up day. observed 'here j: occasion to get out in the country fora J I- steel that waa J perfectly
V.4getation September 25 went few miles on :all aides of
begins to fall this,winter. a long way toward Apopka I: adapted for fenceTmaking, '
making, I recently and -
town we can
A civic league or town look good,-but there truthfully: say: I.
improvement are still some places that wo have not found,in other' There
association was organized that need attention any is 'no :other maker ',
at the
city badly and it is part of tha state such a fine sectionof I
hall last hoped that the'
'{ Wednesday afternoon and the owners' of the property will' have farming land, as that which surrounds -,'L of fence; that [can use! this
following ladies were elected( as of enough Apopka. There I b composition. It is"patented
pride to give tfa ese places the are hundreds I
ficers Mrs. W.
: T.
; Mrs. A. C. Champneys presIdent necessary attention without the 'city and thousands of acres .of both tim-< : PL y and the use of it increases ,
Star-bird, vied bered f
pres being, forced to and cut over land that '
ident;'and Mrs. S.'W. Ulrich, secretary hand. ".take the matter in<.,(respond to cultivation and make a would most w g, many fold, the value of the

.and treasurer. Before adjournmentwas :The fall'gardens's, are looking well. excellent yield in' 'almost any farm : American Fence to ,the
taken ia committee of five ladies crop, and yet ,these,, '
considering the
continued acres
dry weather are ;' user It has enabled fencing
was appointed to serve Ice cream on and''>with permitted to lie idle for want of I'
weather : someone 'I
next the' Friday afternoon) in the interestof crops will be realized. splendid 1 to buy and put them into cultiva- i j A GOOD FINCI to 'be made as near perfection '

society. The American Realty Co.; has18tl$ lion. It ,is an undisputed fact that] : : a* can be obtained. ,
Mr. I. M. Jackson and land is cheaper in and :
family came completed cutting an,order of 60 cords around Apopka .
in during the past week from Jane of oak wood I than any other section of the
for: the A. C.:. L. Ry. Co, .. state
Lew, West Virginia, and are comfort- which .is the 'largest order of wood: that has natural advantages and the : t I AMERICAN FENCE' :

ably 'settled In their attractive homeon ever handled in this place at one time, developments that are found here'j ) '
Fourth street. They came'all the no doubt: The only reason we can give for i t: Is made by special machinery which is used the
only by
makers of it. To
way through In their big new six Dr. and Mrs. J. W.' Minkler uc<,ompaniodM conditions is the fact that other parts j I' velop the invention of this'machinery
cylinder Hudson : : of the 'state have been years of experimenting and hundred of
auto. ,
They report a and ,Mrs..' W, A. Chapman more widely) thousands
most delightful trip and every wheel on, flying trip to Mt. Dora last Saturday advertised' and the homeseekers have j of dollars. .'

contained the air of West Virginia that; in their auto and report. a' most been lured away' to other parts of the I JI! As a re.tllt'of these years of experience'iLn4 "
was pumped into it before starting on delightful trip.Mayor .- state without a knowledge of the real l vast expenditure, American Fence '

the trip*. Their many friends heroare .\, J. Lovell: who is planting facts as they erlsthere.! It will pay ] i* recognized a* being the best fence made. Every wire in American. '' Fence olive f
glad to welcome this estimable 1 n, of celery the homesccker to come and invest) steel, always for '
crop at Sanforjl<<1, spent $a'- ready, emergency, and absolu telyreliable.,
family,back into gate what Apopka has to offer them
our midst and fondly urday In town with hotne-folka, but returned
hope that,,they will remain throughoutthe again Sunday to his work. ,H S making investments elsewhere. .

year Mr. Jackson is a great reporte'that,his prospers for a celery "ARGUS."

lover of fishing and hunting and this crop are exceedingly!" fiiig! this year. I .
.location Is just to his liking. 1 Mr. G. llarod, the kISSIMMEE
secretary, uf the I OSCEOLA
Mrs. Susan A. Cobb's HARDWARE CO :_ ",
Merrell returned to American Realty Co. of Apopka, has MainlandWe II
her home on Central avenue 'last Sat I executed! bond and qua'lifled under the f 1OR10 .'

urday'night after an absence of aboutthree law as a deputy sheriff of Orange'I .. r rr

! months visiting her children I in j county.and entered upon his duties as have recently received' 'copy ..
Lawrence, Mass. She, expresses herself l such. The law violators will nO I Io.f the Nashville Banner dated Thursday I O" OOOOOOOOOOOOO roe ae tOOtoOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOOt.oo.oooooo00000000000000000., I

as being delighted to be back in I have to keep a closo watcnout that' \/1 Sept; 25, ani among its matrimonial ,

her dear old Apopka borne among the I - announcements we find the following Yea, hppe and despondency,. pleasureand land In Florida or .making plans to
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orange trees, and fays she much prefers I '--' - : "Cobb-Gribble, last eveningat ,_ pain, __ that end." Birch Mountain,

I It to living in a city where ,there : USE Of COLOMELPRACTICALLY I Ij 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's Are mingled together like sunshine The .r rR,
is much parents on Cabal and rain patriarch is making prepara 1
so to disturb and excite the avenue, the weddingof ;
nerves, She.. made the trip entirely j STOPPED I Ii Miss Lollye Colera Gribble and And the smile! and the tear, the song tions to finish out his season's plant- .HERB TEA
alone, although she is well advancedin William'C. Cobb of Florida, was bn.u- and the dirge, Ing with beans. Tomatoes, beans. ,
her 70's and never had i -- tifully solemnized Rev. W T. Ward Still 'follow each other like surge -
one particle upon sweet and,, Irish potatoes being the Imported from Bohemia the most
of trouble., .She prefers going alone, For bilious Attacks: Constipation and'I officiating.- Then followed a long surge. money crop intended for the approaching wonderful herb compound the

as she says that she can then do as All Liver Troubles. Dangerous description of the !guests, waiters, 'Tis the wink of an eye; 'tis the season. Lemons and limes are world has ,ever known, for the ,
she pleases. I flower' carriers, etc., described with draught! of a breath treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever
Calomel Gives Way to Dodson's ,
minute { still in abundance and the
The last issue of the Apopka News details, said description givingus From the blossom of health. to the morninghot Bronchitis, Coughs,Colds,.
contained three 'very strong testi Liver Tone. to suppose that it must have beena paleness of death 1 I lemonade dram continues. If we La Grippe, Whopping Catarrh

,.monials of reputable citizens in..which grand affair. The wedding tour From the gilded saloon to the bier and |I desire anything stronger Mrs. Cobb severe cases of Kidney, Bladder, I.
they make statements was to have extended to 'Florida, be- makes beer that when Stomach and Lung troubles. '
concerning the Every druggist in the state has noticed the shroud; I corn closely ton: .
great healing properties,that peens to a great falling off in the sale of yond deponent knoweth not. WilliamC. Oh, why should the spirit of mortal j I I fined in a bottle pops the cork out invigorating,
permeate the 'very atmosphere i iApopfca. in calomel. They all Rive.the same real is a son of Benjamin F. Cobb, of be proud. ,I when the wire is removed from the i purifies the ''

Dr. J. W. Minkler, a veterinary Bon. Dodson's Liver Tone is 'taking tomato planting notoriety, and notice The patriarch and his aide de camp, stopper like champagne. builds up J
( surgeon, ,who came here last its place. has been received that we may expecta Willie Hall,- visited Kissimmee on Mrs. Seaver, Mrs. Cobb's mother, is sys

March almost dead from a.sthma.and "Calomel is often dangerous and visit fronfbride and groom in 'the Tuesday, 30 ult, on business. returningthe i still with us and is so well pleased the

has been fully restored again to health people know it, while Pod son's Liver near future, but still"the great mo- following night. with 1>er surroundings that she has rlt improves

and is now employed daily I In! the prattki'ng : Tone is perfectly safe and gives better mentous and thrilling question is, who Tomatoes are appearing on manyof i declared her intentions of making this and
6( his profession, also Mrs.D. results," says the Kissimmee Drug eat the goat. A liberal reward will the young plants and by the time her home. Mrs. Cobb ia 'a dutiful and 1 sleep rest

UW: Clark, ,who has been a sufferer for:lCo. be given to any one person; who will the new railroad comes through it is attentive daughter, supplying her refreshing.wonderful

years from nervousness and had suffered Dodson's, Liver Tone is personally correctly answer this important ques- expected that several carloads will be mother with many delicacies which '

: with nervous prostrationyon'tw' o guaranteed|byltheil KIssimmeelDrug tion.. r'd.J.i;.. :"rWlIlJ1lllY' !"d;,"'':"';, _. .." ','',' ',i:, ready:for shipment. . .! 't:;., : ; '> she could not obtain elsewhere. I different tea con- f

different'occasloneind f>rjyearimadbeen | ) weathershaeabeen'qui] ejwarm, '::-The'legislature:; J i "has passed an actallowing I ., imported
I :'''unablejjto! sleep and' since com 0 cents, an if it fails to glue easy day the ..11th that her brother was for the seaiioabut> a steady northweawind f: pensions to all who composedthVhome ;; from Bohemia and has been en

ing to Ai opka'mV SIX months ago, relwefiTinTevery'jrcaseYoffsluggishness? .seri< is now fully recovered and considers' "] you have only to ask for your money Fuell's mother lea widow'Simmons " mometer nt 'th W70'?: ''Work'8onjthe' 1ncludesl7ievefalltinHhis\ county, I of Austria and many emi

herself a well woman again. The.l buck. It will be promptly returned.'" living in Polk county, and her tomato plants is still going on' ;. hoeing whose petitions have" been. previously j nent physicians besidea receiving
third testimonial was from Mr. T, M. I Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant brother has been afflicted for several : is the present ,order es the day, the denied. the highest awards, gold medalS

B'a.rJl, 'the editor himself, who after I tasting, purely vegetable remedy :years by a complaint caused by overexertion dirt being brought; 'to the plant i in Our flowing well still continues i in -ome of which are reproduced 'y
l'order that it be enabled to fine condition and,we do not acknowl on the cans-and honorary Diplo .) '
spending some eight or nine months harmless to both children and adults. and had been under medical may support
here finds himself entirely relieved I A battle in the house may save you treatment for a long time. The ''two !! the heavy crop which it is ex edge that better: water can be found I mea from Expositions held in Paris,
to anywhere. Give,you a rest. All right, Rome, Vienna, Florence, London
from I pected r.Commodore
sciatic rheumatism the
from which I a day's work or keep your children events occurring nearly at same 'i'll
I'm off the and Liege in
REX recognition of its
Sly with his mosquito "
he has suffered Prom childhood. These I from missing school. Keep your liver time bring strongly to light the concluding .. i great curative qualities. This is
testimonials could be accompanied by working and your liver will not keep ,verses'composed by the Scotch I gives us an occasional call but our c--- - ='" =- of Uin few
scores more if any effort was made to you'from working,-Adv. 42-lt poet Knox, a Scotchman: heavy artillery loaded with bark and +t+++I+'Wt. 111 +, 11+++++++++....": one from alcohol narcotics articles and that is free "

_U ____. .. _ ,_ ------_ - fire. L drives' ,. m away'and L .L peace L U.and I TH'E 1 If; it does not, do all that is maimed ,
: quietness reigns in me nousenoia.Fishing I I for
CRAYSTONEPEI it, your money will be refunded. '
continues to be a source of I .,
profit and luxury. The Immense' f BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., ,
draughts thai are made does not ap All THE Buffalo, N. Y.. U. S. A. *

pear to have any effect on the supply t 3.6ipr day'Special :- Sold by ,JClssimmee Drufj,-C.. KUslm-: :i
r : ,', The still I t 2.60; to coca. h'lonerAdvertising. :' '
thpoutput. grass appears fEAI'I l''
: by week I!
: ': DO YOU WANT more than enough for all seems to be I :' j
fresh and, green and the cattle are 3 in I It W.,TNUIM/tll./ !nil R.o. : In the Valley Gazette

V I fine condition. The lake. has put on I ++ i+++++t++++++t+t++++++++ always produces results. k. .1 t i

-' its October blue-coat and,presents a -

Fruit : Pasture beautiful appearance as viewed from ]
the house. Railroads are being ardently -
1 discussed; the first train loaded ,
Grazing with tomatoes is expected<<; to cross -
Farming : the river about the first of December; Big Crops of ,Fancy \

the year has not yet been given. We .
TimberLANDS are having ideal October weather- .
Trucking I
cool, pleasant .!and agreeable in every VI. Fruit I
.. I particular. Our astronomer decided '

. that the last! new moon was compro- Send for our new ,
mising; a powder horn might have -

bcHTr hung on the lower wimb, in con- Free, Citrus Book 1( '

sequence of which dry weather may

be l txpected: until,the rains set in. entitledFruitfulness,
, -- I Have' Them for Sale i in Any Size Body The Times-Union givesthe following S '

information concerning births and
: From Ten Acres -to One Hundred deaths in Jacksonville during the : ,
month of September, 1913: It 'gives full Information as to kind, quantity and mode of '

Thousand Acres. Deaths application of '

e . White males 21,, females 15; colored Fall Fertilizers -
A Letter Addressed to, Me Will Bring a rnales 38, females 32. : I.i

', Births.White For profitable! field results 'there is. nothing compare with I

Full Description and Terms of Sale. males 40, f males 32; Colored Ideal Fertilizers and ideal Metlteds J

) males 27, females 27.' : Write us your requirements and let us quote you. ,1,, .

Mr. Scott of Philadelphia in con-' bi> <": : '/

'D..O MbKAYKISS1MMEE eluding his remarks on our state says, WILSON, &"'TOOMER FERTILIZER CO.rt'. ,'

"And I want to say that Florida is to- ; .:,: JACKSONVILLE: , FLA. ,, "
J day far more In the limelight than "
any other state in the Union. It'seems :- Local i Agent, Waters &''Carson Grocery: Co,
to me .that every third person: you S" 9id1uI41/a.
up'my is either buying
meet way ,',
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i! aaa4aoooaaoe.ooaa /'IIARTRIt I OTI.E OF AMPLICATIOW row' J..)..-. undersigned ,Notary Public In and for
', p TKHM 1'.\TloAIIIIIJ]: 1\4: lH said County and State, personally appeared '
Tho undersigned cltlsens desiring. toto..m I'oitVrio.M. Harry A. Hunter Arthur E. Don-
t' Lew'ls egan J>. A. Vans Agnew 'E U Lesley, 008.
\ ;" O'BRYAN a social club or society not tar M.
prultt und to become IncorporatedBUCII a.. I N..II l l9 1,1rfOb-*lv;n that the underlKn .10. ll. Vans Agnew M. Kati. Jno.
p .: .. In the'tnanner prescribed by th.. ,>' -d will apply to the Jov.'rnor of li.*. C. A. Harry John D. andW..
; lawn of sald'tat.. III that behalf propose the !Ktato' of Florida 2Uth.Patent Milkljon, W. Thurman. Ir
wild subscribe' the Charter with *I October, ..\. U 11113. fortet .. IV Maklnson to me Individuals andme .
the Articles as follows: Incorporating KISS1MME10 CLUE COMPANY known to to be the dl-!

.i s r p SPECIALIZING: IN "KlRslmme t. Tho name, Uolt of Clubj"the corporation Its location Is t I''charter' under : :gh.following of .Incorporation.. proposedofnwhlchcha. ; scrlbpd to In, tho, and foresroltiK'who( subscribed proposed charter th..lrnam..a 1' .' '

shall be in th. City of Kl .lm,"".'. !'I a copy been 'filed In the and each acknowledged that he executed
., ABSTRACT County of Osceola. Stale of Florida; und !, office of th! Hi-crelary of Slate; ot Bald the nam .for the purposes therewfuwiVw'y -

Ui" corporation shall exist perpetually. state of Florida _In- band andofflclal seal atKlHslmmee.

AND 2 Th Ktnieral object of the cot.porntl..n said County and State .1.1\1.\ ,
shall Ixt tlit> promotion of socialliittrcuiirsw m.
of September A. D.
f among IIS members with SIMM1CK; CLUB COMPANY.. ($;.,'al) W. B. CRAWFORD
J all the right, powers and privilegesliernmted Notary Public state at Larce.
'J. !>>' Chapter 48H8 of Ih..'Laws The undersigned hereby u noelatthemselves My
of Klurlda," entitled "An Act as- to the together for the purpose ofbiTonilntr March It 191' '
Incorporation of Modal: Clubs or SocletUV : Incorporated under the' laws
not for profit" Including //the of the state of .
aa . . aoaoaaoaaoar p collecting of money under the name of Article I. ,
r fee, dues, tines, rents, sales or otherw'Ise. The name ofthin corporation shallbe DK. Ji-W; SIMPSON .a MK .
\ such as miry be prescribed In the KISSIMMEH, CLUB .00IlUANY. Its I r
; i by-luMs, to the.end soit'lyof promoting principal office and place of. business ,
rd I., OoOK4H-O+H 0 0 0 0 CI 0 .Oo<< social I ,Intercourse as aforesaid and notfor hall be In Klsslmmee. Osceola County DENTIST. I .
t profit or dividends, and, to such end 1111'_ Slate: of Florida, and its busty -
; :, THE solely the acquiring holding; leasing) n.-......n'ma be conductedelsewhere In Up.taln IP Katz Jul1dIDjf;
\ mortgaging selling, transferring and 1 I the State of Florida or In other \\I a. m7to 12'ln i
:f .. .cmtvclIOg of property real and per Stales and Countries, through offices, OFFJC''IIOU S.; J 1:30 to6:30o.: m. '

\\1. Manhattaii .01'111. I branches' agencies or otherwise. ns Telephone No,. IB Jun 6. I ITT | hat boy of yours in the importance of darting
8. The corporation shall be manage may be 'necessary or convenient.Artlrlv < ' I INTEREST .
; by a president, vice-president, aocretar i" 3. him elect HIS OWN
f t Hotel trttHHurer and five other nietnbers, who The general 'nature of the W. W. CARSON now. Help to ,, BANK show
__ : shall together constitute the Hoard oI ( or businesses to be transacted by said TJR. : :
\ : ", J)1.I l rectors, until the by-laws duly adopted Company Isles, follows: him wherein THIS BANK' excells in the' matter of guaranteed '
Special] Attention to .may otherwise provide; they ...10,11b. To acquire by purchosn or otherwIse DENTIST,,
.. elected annually on the first Wed- own hold. buy sell convoy .x- f_.. safety( superior service and courteous business treatment:
: ,:., the Traveling Public nesilay in February; the by-laws may change, lease mortgage dispose of Office over Cole's Jewelry Store' << s
r. prescribe the details of such elecllui trade and deal In real e.tatlj| or other '
,( i :'; : and limy, b.' amendment change! thdutu .. property)., personal or,mixed.To : Office Hours: 8t-12 1-6' > ,
Just across the square fromA. oJ the annual election. ..ur.ubdlvlde., plat Improve ". Office phone J DBResidence" ,
I .' \ .. C. Depot 4. The members of the corporation and develop lands for purposes of nnl. 'J 'j
I 23 r
let talk
and also
shall consist of Jhe undersigned and or otherwise, and to do and perform Brine him with you us Lave a :
KISSIMMEE, FLA. theaMHuclules selected by the under all things needful for the development Ga administered for extraction of teeth'DIt.G. '' '
planed\ nt their final meeting after the Imp.ment.and. management of the ' with himIt may* mean the beginning off I. a'
I approval of this Charter; .and thereafter mama rdr residence, trade or buslni-Bs .' .';t. J
:, t't'I j : memljM.-1-s. may be elected as may To build and construct houses' or }., I E. PARKER bright financial career.. ,
t'r"; .bv |reniTlbed. in the by-laws. The' other buildings and to manage, developand .
members may be divided Ittto a. Improve real property Kenerally. aWe
t many classes Uased upon such dlstlnctlon To buy. sell and generally trade In. DENTIST r
i :
\ ne may be prescribed In tho bylawn. store, carry and transport all kinds of ,

' ; : i In.'tli The. ordinary voting members power shall, each bo thereof veiled .. roods, wares, merchandise., .provisionsand OFFICE>: OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY have many customers who have grown up with this J,
f supplies. .
I :( !r.i r. THE HOME BAKERY having anovote, wl..1pr..nt In person To build buy,. sell equip, operate.nnd Office Hours: 8:00: ( to 12:00: Noon I V '
at tlie meeting and when absent 1O0to5:00PM.: bank under. such ditions. Their in
f /;' own steam snips, steam boats, sall- just coi standing the com
from thml..Ung each such voter may InK vessels, motor launches, power '

C .,; or voteu to the toll, Charter ait amendment by transmitting to the by-law to thetneeiing boats be used and In'other such boats business and.,' trade property commerce to- I ''D R. II. S. GEIGER i munity is proof( ,of I their 'abiding, faith Jn this:institution.STATE '

: his vote thereon In writing dulysigned. and navigation and to constructand PHYSICIAN AND SCRGBOHCitizens
i ; 1
,. Nowf This, right to vote' may bo fotfelted operate piers, docks, wharves, Bank BuildingKissimmee ,
p . .. .... Broad. .. by those resident members, whoa warehouses and terminals In comtecllon I
1' I Indebted Jo the corporation; or for Florida
1 18 with such business.'o ,
f 1 ;--- \ Located cause tire not In good standing, as may, \ /
pursue any and -oil other businesses BANE
I '1. .. prescribed by-laws. and to do any and all other acts Phones: Office 297 or 64 '
r t way 5. The by-laws shall adopted toythe I and things, and to exercise any and alloth..r Residence, 265. 14ljrrP.
at undersigned at the first m..tlnKh..ld powers which may ba necessary '
_. ... upon the approval of thfs Charter expedient or convenient In connection '
7 tI and thereafter may b. amended either with, or (n. addition to the business and .
.. by the proposed amendment being posted businesses hereinbefore specified whicha A. VANS Aor.w'w.... caawreaaVANS .c
In the club rooms, after .. -recommended -' natural
by the Board of Directors,. person and a corporation of AGNEW & CRAWFORD ; ,
this character '
J. H. may lawfully do and
.. crop.w for the period of two weeks next exercise .
fife,; previous and to do any and all of the Capital 50000.00
>r, to the) meeting at.which It is businesses or things before mentionedeither ATI C RK ETf S, AT-LA .
.. '(: adopted 'or by being presented at one alone or In combination. Surplus $30. OO.OO Depositor's Security
f t / ', $130,000.00Officers
regular meeting and being posted In "
It Is the Intention that all the I
the :club rooms fromthen until the next objectsand .Offloos 3-4 !We Cltlrcnr Rank Onlldla
i' powers specified and clauses and Directors
.. contained
, ClOOOOOOOOOH regular meeting. The, actual vote castor In this Kissimmee' Florida
paragraph shall
.: .- the actual vote cast together 'with where otherwise expressed. said except C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE. Vice t
.' the written consent of those absent paragraph I PresL

: : . M. TILLER' shall ordinary; manifest members that favor two-thirds the proposecamendment. of the by reference, be nowise to or limited Inference or restricted from the H.D. GEIGER. : M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest.

I. I terms of any other clause of this or .
I,1 Real Estate Agency. any other paragraph In thin charter ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier
; This method of amending the bylaws but that the objects and powers specified ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW .
may be amended In thmannerheretnbefore In each of the clauses of this para' -,
------------------------------. dad
------------------------------- pr..clbd'upro.: ! only. graph haltbe regarded as Independent - .. .. ..
trial in no event snail me oy-iaws l>e objects and powers. Office :state Bang JSUWllt1g
1 ; I Realty bought and sold. amended except and until consent thereto This charter may be amended tram J Kissimmee. Flont'aGEO. 'II
ti< manifested by at least a .majorityot'the
.t: time to time an
; Houses rented. ordinary members. of hereafter enacted.provided by law now .. ,
---------- - - -----
j t' Taxes paid;'and Titles verified The house roles and other provisionsfor Article 3. F. PARKER ,
for the convenience and guidance ol The amounnt of the capital stock ( I taalt alas s
non-residents. the members may be adopted and] authorised. shall b" Twenty-live Thousand -
t Fire, Life and Accident In.' amended, by the .club or by officers or Dollars, divided Into Two Hundred Attorney-at-Law.
committees, as prescribed: In the bylaws an.d Fifty shares of the par value .
y surance. of one Hundred Dollars each and
v Collections Conveyancing
Indemnity Bonds. 6. This corporation '"may. subject Itself Any part or air of said capital stock I
to Indebtedness or liability In the may be payable either in cash or In property Specialties R. S. F L OYDGrocer
1 aggregate" not(8,000.00)than Five Thou. labor or service, at a Just valua- I'I'I '
sand Dollars tion to be Axed by the Incorporator or I 11 Broadway.
t ] "' 7. As soon as convenient after'the by the directors at a meeting called for i
approval and recording of this
Charter such purpose; and the judgment of such
the uddersignedmembers shall convene Incorporators or directors as to the valueof F. K.RIBBS .
'r and adopt by-laws: and until the> next such property labor service G I
'fit or shall
"' .r election th.. OCtlc..r. and Board of Directors .
S. II.BULLOCK In the absence of fraud be conclusiveupon .
shall be as follows: stockholders and all-parties deal -ATTORNEY AT. LAW KISSIMMEE. FLA. ,'
President Harry A. Hunter> ; ing with the Company... The authorized -- --- --
l Vlce-I'resldent R. W. Melklejon' ; capitalstock may b.."issued and paid Examination of Title a Specialy. I "
Treasurer J. D. ClarksSecretary
.. REAL ESTATE Frank Vans Agnew- for terms at such and conditions time or times and upon such Notification andpayment of taxes of . ,
as the Board of
Directors! Arthur "1. Donegan. W. non-retidenU given careful
*m%**.m.%.m.%******.**. B. Directors may determine; and It may' .
Maklnson. K.: U
Lesley J. Wade be increased attention "
Tucker and P. A, 'Van. Agnew, the from time'to time beyond i I
INSURANCEexamination amount stated
In the
IN! WITNBRS: WHEREOF and -In by law. manner provided Get oar price OB

testimony the Intention In good faith Article 4. Pat Josnaton '" G. P. Garrett!
to carry out the purposes and objectsset
: ( of Titles forth we hereunto subscribe The corporation shall have successlon"by -
,.#. ( a names this the 8th day of October our A. Its corporate name perpetual -rOHNSTON & GARRETT j HAY GRAIN FEED
; I).. KIS. ly, and Is to exist perpetually Attorneys at Law I ,

: f. . Sltclalty.-} HARRY R. ,V'. ME1KI.KJON A. HUNTER: The business Article of the corporation a. shall Offices 10, 11' &: 12 I which we make a specialty
fl P. A. VANS AGNEW be conducted by a president a 1st Vice. Citizens Bank Bldg I
l president, a end vice-president ... u
i Correspondence Solicited. ARTHUR DON Ed AN a ae.r"tary
"W. B. HARRIS and treasurer and board Kissimrnee Florida. 1
i. a of .' '.
a,., z directors of ,. 1
JOHN D. consisting' not less v ,
a -;-- ---- - CLARK than '. I
J'H.l'' ,' *W. B. MAKINSON ,.: .:iryl', }, three nor .more- than seven members; .
'ut' ..;. ,,JNO. M. LKKv ,\ ,\ 4'' h the number of directors to be fixed) by LOUIS O.MASsfcY' '. :Ti riCTOH WASUOW} 1
S' 'VI '. LESLEYfiTJTn'OP"FI.ORIDA thei Stockholders 1n' thebyclaws from '" Late Counsel for I Sii.illJivill&) ; Judr. of the r .J"\lt' < 1
.,.,..- _' !1..i"" . time*tocttlmeiNfaTheg'sametiperson:;;may Florida R,It.f Comm.j|| ij Criml..1 Court fli>r.h" "" \ ." . .' .""..'.'3"J. :. )

; k ; . : C. W. GRIFFIN COUNTY, OF OSCEOLA' ", not the-president hold be two the-or same' more'and person.the of noes.treasurer*' except shall that : ASSEY'&WARLOW \,- ,'"'' ,.,- ." H' .. , ." ; 1 I 1

UK IT KNOWN that before me the The following named persons shall ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOS i VERY
Staple.and Fancy undersigned officer duly authorised to be the officers to conduct the businessof LOW ROUND TRIP RATES :1
I take acknowledgments of deeds, personally the company until the officers who AT LAW :
appeared ARTHUR E. DONE- shall be elected at the first election of Prsetlo*In all ()ie Courts of th. AtaU and .of VIA i ;
IAN one of the subscribers to the officers of said. company shall' be quali Ui. United States, also before the Florida Re.ll.;: I 1
f foregoing proposed Charter of .. Klssimmee road CommUslus. sod the Interstate Commerce :
:- Golf, Club, to me well 1 known, fied.J. A. Hamilton President. Cominleelun. -.. I. "Z/INE: =- I

and acknowledged that he subscribedand Harry A. Hunter lat Vlce-Presldent Il-H CHASIJESTOK. BI.DO. ORLANDO. FLA. FROM KISSIMMEE
;, executed the: same for the usesand'purposes R. W. Melklejon; 2d Vice-President. JMlyrA ,}
: therein expressed.IN J. D. Clark Secretary and Treasurer $9.85 Pensacola fla. and
WITNESS' WHERKOF.: I have and the following directors: L..A. Ham i return. Tickets on sale }
.Free'Delivery to all Parts hereunto set my ;hand and official seal ilton Harry A. Hunter R. W. Melkle- NDREW JOHNSON Oct. 181920th. Limited Oct'29th: Va C. V.
at Klsslmmee In
the County of Osoeola Jon. 'J. D. Clark. Arthur E. Bonegan, E.. }
t of.the: City October and State: A.of D. Florida UU: this 8th day of L.The Lesley annual and W. B. Maklnson. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Hw I 23.40 New Orleans, La., and return. rldtdai sak i}

(Seal) B. L. STUTE. shall he meeting held of the stockholders Will Practice In all Courts I Oct. 111213th. Limited Oct. '
Notary Public Stats of Florida on the second 18th, ex tension ,
Wednesday of i
: J '. ', .. My .commission expires 12th \May 11111. beginning with February the year 1914.of each at which year State and Federal, I to November 8th. 1
- q. --; -- Office
y , .,A. popular tryting place?- STATE COUNTY OK OF FLORIDA OSCEOLA- be and meeting--the elected the officers Directors of the corporation shall be elected shall; i. Citizens Ban lc_ Kiaainvnee Broadway I 19.40 Asheville N. C., and return. Tickets on sale I

fV'ptf > BE IT KNOWN that' before "me, the practicable by after the the Directors- annual as soon stockholders' as- 19-20-21-22nd.. Limited November 2nd. I

undersigned the laws officer of ..aid' duly'Htat..authorisedunder to-admln- meeting Artlrle, 6. lv1' q URRY S. KING ", i 49.10 New York and return. Tickets on sale Od. ;

Inter oaths, personally appeared ARTHUR !Said corporation shall adopt an ap: ARCHITECTOrlando 202122nd. Limited November.
E. IJONJo (]AN. to me well known propriate seal and shall adopt By-Laws 10th. 1

; //Lt who that, he being Is", pne duly of.sworn the subscribers upon oath to.the\). Inconsistent for the government with Its of Articles Its affairs of Incorporation not- Room 16 ,. Florida." 19.20 Mobile, Ala., and return. Tickets on sale Oct 1

foregoing proposed. charter of. the KIsslmtnee and the LAWS of the State of 24-25-26th Limited Nov. Sth. Extension to
Gulf Club and that It is his "lOrlda, which Ely-Laws may be amend Watkins Bloyk. 403mpTT I
Intention and the Intention of the' other ed or repealed by the Board, of Directors I November'30th.
I subscribers thereto to.carry out In as may be provided! In said ByiArticle .
But good forth faith therein.the purposes. and objects Law. 7.' 32.15 Nashville, Tenn.'and return. Tickets on sale

ARTHUR E. DONEGAL. The highest amount of Indebtedness II. JENKINS i Oct. .2.a-29th. limited to November 5th. ,'
Subscribed and or liability to which iI .
sworn to beforeme the corporation
_i- this xth day' of "October. can at any time subject Itself shall be I For information or 'reservation. call
A. 1>. 1913. Twenty-five Thousand Dollars. (125,000.- SURVEYOR on
_ (Seal) K: L. 8TUTK. 00), W. C. GILBERT, Ticket Agent, Klsgimmee
Notary Public State,; at large. Article 8. A. W: Fritot, IX P. A., j. G. Kirkland, D. P. A.,

341 My connnlsslon, expires 12' May 1917.42-Ct The names incorporators and residences of the subscribing Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. Jacksonville: Tam}....

.-- -- capital the n unvnf stock*!*..or- ahar"u u__ -_ nf__ together*.v.>.. _A.uu.u..Q.*!.__with*___ ....,
subscribed for by -- -
I C. L..HYATT are. a. follows: each '

Our meat market, because ao DR.. Physician "andSurgeon Harry.. A.Minn.Hunter. 30 ahar"Andrus Bldg, Mlnn"apoll. I -

z 'many arrange lor. Y.elr meets Pnones 741 Arthur shares E., Iionelrani Kluslmmee. Flo., ,

hefet! i'h\JsVan"? Agnew Klsslramee, Flau.hare ,
Office, 197 Kluimmee. i Ii "'

Res. 248 Florida I .. E. .L' Lesley' Klsslmraeb, Fla., 2H .

, -' J shari'siVn"M. Katz Klsslmmeo Agnew KUslmmee.Fla.. 2 Bhnrhif Fla..,. TO MAKE FARMING EASY 5 y -

? Wf will be pleased to arrange T1.M. RIVERS, M..D. .. M- LeeKlsslmmee.. Fla. IH .

i with for best. C.i.. Carson ,
you the cuts PHYSICIAN and SURGEON !) i&rcv. Klsslmmee Fla.; I .

i of meat, either by phone or at Office. over Osceola Pharmacy .,.,.hAr.John.... .D, Clark Kissimmee. Fla. J% You should ---J I '.

w 4,;. our counter: : This is a rent V! PHONES'' I{ Office Best lib 63 15 It..bare.W. Melkllon' KJa.lmnl, Fla., have the proper tools />$: .
.. dezvous for meat for those who r I 10 Harry IIhar...W. Thurman- Kl.slmme., Fla., to Work with. "Ross Graves ' ?f-

.. W. B. Makln.on. KlsslmmBe. ; : *
ijjy L. WINN .hare. Fla..., I
: are particular about kindthey \
,, , eatRULL ", '- .PHYSICIAN::: September hereunto IN WJTNKSa set A.our D. hands WHEREOF nu this 1
can supply you -. I ;. ;;/:" "

.... .>>,.. 'Office 2nd Floor,Wflison BuildingKsstonros Harry A. Hunter : ''
, with '" "
Psons .r. ,. Arthur E. on.gan everything need'in :
f. "f KUMTHM... you that :
PrrwaProN.97. t ; p. Agnew ; ;|t.
/ .' ':;::1, s Itoaea E. t KaH. ..) a .
I ."OL Van. ". & : : .line ' -
Agnew at rock bottom '
a : BASS MARKET Tf H. Kats prices. xf
O. A. Carson . U : -.' ";--**

k' OROIA : PHYSICIAN It.Job W.w D. Clark '
; BASS' Melklejon
:* Residence Phone 274 Harry W. Thurman "
W. B. Maklnson. 'RossGraves'Hardware
.' ' JManagerk f ty .Office, Ptooe 98"; uRoom. Stored
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Kiisimmee fit.
: Bldg: .
k ',.!k2 : .;. J. I t& ,, ;.',. .. ': BB JT KNOWN that.before n*. tile .1(,J". t II ,r. oJ." ,

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;::3 "Y''Tf., : . ,- ... ... ... 800( CcJ..tnu._..._ .Barber, 1 "halrHakery --...-.,_._-.._....:. ._. . H. ;---.r'f 1.00 1.00 _ _

"". ., ". .. .. 207 Wllllt MCLur""n ..... ,._ (not -steam .,_...,._-.._..,.. I' ,,'. 1.00 10 _ _

... . ,.. ,..." .., ,From Whon When To 3 1:: 208 200 ."llt.-.U _--.-.'_-"'.":\-i."++I";.. Jh'rhant stock...$500....-._*......wi....,.f..f....j.i.,. *.*.*. ..a N. .. .N. .,,,.. ..".;' .H.:, 1.00 1.60 1..0 _
\ : ., I.o"/I?.. ... 210 .. M. nobln.on--------. ...t. #., Merchant stock $100 -..__.-.._...*. .1 .,. ,. I 1.0j 1..0'

1 Standard- oil--- Co. ....... . Wholesale 211 Kiss. Model Laundry.. ." ... Barber Shop 3 chair ....,_._..... 'xt.;'r.. '. 3,59 1.26

I Standard Oil Co .... -- --... --- Wholesale Gasoline D... .r'_....--... 1 21121S ) M. 1_ Farm __.._____ Laundry __ '____..4'__., __-,, 'p __'L',".... _. N ,fi O .10.00 1.00
Oct Ira r
. Oil Dealer ., ,11 Oet 1.1'1 __ Merchant stock _..._ 'N i
fl50 N'
10.00,1'0 ,
S. Anderson ....... .. .
a J | .. J. (filbert O" 1.00 1.0
.1 Real _..
.. -- Kstate . ___._._, .
u. $100 _.
... f* 11.10 stock .. ........
4d \Vl a. King Real -- .-. .-. .. 10.00 214 J. W. Simpson ..., ...____ M.r.hallt . 1.00 1.50 .
Hot.l--- '- Estate ...... .. 1.00 ___._ _____ _. .;_____..__.... N ,' N.
p.- Lake View .. Hotel It . . .. .f' ,10.00 216 psceota Oarage .._. ,_____ .. .. 10.00 1.00 _
rooms ......,..., U Co loarage ..._ .....-._.. _... ..._... .
216 -- .
... F. 0. .
Drought ... A. 11.0
Lincoln __
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4 Ay .
E --- .-- Real Rstate Agent ... f'. ... 6.00 1.60 ....__.. Beating 10 ....... 11.00 '
1 At Drought .., -- "! - 'I 217 F. A. Lincoln ____.IHII ..__. .laurant pople' .. .. .
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Home lv.00 ,
J ----- In. 6.00 160 1.0'
Co. .. ...;..._ .
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4.--- 218 ,
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a A> Drought . .__ _.__.._. _.. o.
J Natl Fire Ins. . 960 Orang.1 Merchant stock $700 ..... . .
-- of ., ..... ,
... 111 O .
Co Roil a.oo
I _.._...._.... ,: l.i C.r1. :" . 1 __ o O' ,
XlI., ""- Merchant stock $ 1.10 "_' Merchantstock $100 .._.... _.. .
Allen ,,...... :!. -'W .--H. 120 Roxl Williams ___ I -- > . . 1.00 '
10 .v. .. .-- Merchant( stock $ \.. ':00 1 t ._. Lunch Counter _.__._ ___ 0
.. 111 H. -- . 1.01
11 Clark Lunch 100.---- 1.00 Weaver _....... -. _.. ,
An.n .' Counter - Hoarding House 10 room .... s '
t' Port.r-----. . ;. 1.00 221 Co. ___._........J. _.. . .. .. .1.0'
Pool Table '.10 Hil 4 -- stock 1100 ...______ _ l.t
I I M- W. Law ton ..*...-_....__..-,. Merchant lo-- --.- ... ..--. .-. .. I".' ,,'H, '' f 11 0 9.le 121 Halton -,..........-...... Merchant, chair ......".....i __._-.... 'f' H. f". .. N 1.00 '
Oaoeola Hdw. c4 t..ii .- .. 224 W. H. Halton ......_ _. ._. '.00
I.. Merchant .toc oorb.traotor ::::::: 1.00 -. -. Lunch Counter ____. ..._ 'N ..
.:::::::::: C S. 225 R. r> WHt Brown ., _.. : . ._ . 1.00
.... : _.. .
1v 8 J BuUok' ? . % ........... ; .00 . . stock $400 .... .. N N ,
14.4e M.rChant .
S26 . a.oo
.. ..__...... .. . A. F. Bell .. ..... .'' ..
I' 8 I - *? Real Estate Agent ....... . 1'.0 )r. .. . ( 10 people ?...._.._ H t' 1.1
... '
.... 10.00
.. 6.eO 227 I '
,1S 1 Johnson .. _.. ... .
11 Boyd -.......-....-.... ,: Merchant stock $600 ..... ......._ 1'.Oe'r '1.0 118 Aldr.w . . ( .....__-_-....,..-. .. ". 1 0.00 1.0 .
K.Conn .. .... . p ownIng .. ... Reaf Kstato .. ._. __. .. "l.i .
J. 00 . __
I . -
I -?--* Merchant stock $5 .. N
'I 000 .
. .r.2iMattle ..._-.. .. I. $, ,. 228 Q. Johnaton ..... ........ ___.. ___..... 10.00 I.GO
l' j. H. Reed ......_...... ...- Merchant( Block S 600 .................., H H ,. .. lS.oo iso lit I B. H. Well ......._ ... Lwye. .. . _.__. .---..- . ..' . O" Je.oo .
__._ ... .
Bandy .. ... 1.00 .
20 M.rchant stock '1.000 ._ .. 111'' .; A.on..r.. --. ..-- . N 10.00 I...
11 J. M. Wbdd.n-i.Co. ... ._..... Merehallt .Iock.' .. ... . 1.00 150 Hudln' Bass .?_._...__.. .. .... .M.rchallt stock $116 __-._. ... __. f' .. N' "1 I
.. 1.00 1.1.
1 1,600 .. ... . .. 282ISS. Smith _. _... ._.1. Life In. ..,. .
.. Alln.1._...... ._.._.. KonmtnK Hou. .00 .50'' -- -. A.L Co. .. __ ...._ N f" S V
II ? 16 rooms .........._ ." fO \\ .. Mrl. M. K. Rlgfran ..... _..... stock $100 ....._ _____. ,. 33GW'
I I Grayitone Ho'"I'p .......... 1 Chair '?-_-......._..-......_..jt 'I C ', ., .6.00 1.60 214 Robinson _---.._ .._.._..__.. MerChant American In*. Co. .__.____ __. ", . o o '1.00 1.6/
Orayton .. ..... .., Hotel 60 rooms ............_.__.... , .. 1.00 1.00 186 (). . N .0 o. ,
--- U J Hollingewortb .. ._ .
(. j Real Estate .... __ .__ .
; II Urayitone Hotel ........*.*.._.. t ptiot tables ._.___....... ..______. 25.00 12.60 226 ] W. Nelson: ::::::::::::. Agent ., t ,, .. w"', N. 10.00 5.00
: _
: . .,, 1 ----- Dixie Fire Ins. Co.... .._ c
.J Calamara ..____ ._._._ .. ao.oo 16.00 .caJ : o. U
M. Alt .. . "I.
-: Merchant stock $IEO _._._... ._... .. ", .. 287 W Nelson ____. ___. ... United Ins Co. ..... ._ .. :. 1.10'
11 c. w. antnn -...,_?-. -.. Merchant Mock _..._....?...._. .'. .' .. '.. a.oo 1.60 188 I W, Nelson :____, .. . -...-_ Atl. Fidelity Flr.m..n.Underwriter ........... N" ..' ', ,

II A 8 Gilbert ...............III.. -.. Merchant- alok., ..............._ ..t. "' i., . .. .u. 8.00 LOU 212 j W. J. Nelson' ____....___.._._: AKt. I'rov. Wash. In*. Co. >___......... .r' ''.. 1.6.' '
_. ._._ .. .. ..
... .50 I
Blenl .I .
29 ? Merchant ............... .. .. .t ". 1.00. 240 W. J< N..I.on"r... Palatlng Fire In*. Co. _________.__ ,f' '. 1.1.
10 Macb Bros.Phar.-----.. L".ry Htable 17 horses ......_....._ ", ',: I. .. 1.50 241 I W. J. N.I.on ---. ....--......, Att Oerard Fire A Marina Ina. Co. .. ",:....:. .. <, '1' I.'. .r1
II Osceola .. .... stock $S.OOO ......_.._...._. .t. ... 12.S0 6.25 242 j "'. J, N.I.on.__.. ..._ _. All.. Hprlngfleld Fire eV Marine Ins. Co. .. ."I ,:. a.60' ,
I Klsslminee Drug Oo. ...&._....-.. Druggist atock $2.000 ........._...._ "a, .. 'p..' ... 8.00 1.00 248 T W.,'J., . .**....._:___.....__. AKt. Rochester German Underwriters.. '" f. f" .' 2.60

J. Z. Robsrson ..__.___.,"-. DrUlllal cLock $i.000 -.. ._. __ ',. 4.00 2.00 244 I M,' F.- Rails ?.-_.. .___.._.. _'.. AKt. Teuton Ins.Co _____ ____. ____ a. .o..I', N f. .< ,' ... I > ,1.1. .
Kta Ice ft COld.S" Co."....-.. 18 ton. capacity .. ....... .. ... 'I. 160 145 J R'D, ..................4., Lawyer _.____.....-...--._. __ ,. N I't' 35 .M'f.
--- -
II KI.... Lumber Co ... -v......,. Raw Mill pal .? -.___.-..,...__.... 'O ." "'. ,11.00 14. j Mr. I 8avag .. ..._. Real Estate Agent ..._________- ___;__ ." (.I. ' .., 10.00 5.00., .'

af 3 W. 4 C 0ro. Co.. ... ...._.....-.., ock $18.687.68 ............ ". ", .'" f'. S.OO 247 Keddett .........____...., M.rchallt. stock $200 _____________.._ ,, "t I" '' HI.. 1'0 1.(

A.: ,r IJol.1 16 rqoma _........-..-....... .... f' 11.00 1.60 2.1 ''0. Rtuckey _._ ....-__-.._u_. fllacksmlthflhop .____._j.. .?..__..? "t .P Jj '. . 1.00 1.61 .
38 ',Mr. A T.a.--------------. Merchant atock $700 .................. ' ..f ". .... 1.00 JlmiCody _..__ x_...__..__..--.. Lunch' Coont.1 .....__. __... _..... 4 ..: .'l'. .N'' ..V 'O a.oo Llc .h' ,

19 R 8. .. :Merchant atock $8,000 _.......* _._... !' 2.60 2RO Lee 11 .._._.. ._-._..______ !, $100 _._..._.._.._- fta.- '" .e. 1.00 1.61' .
.0 . A. Lancaster ....._-. ._.._--. Merchant stock 1000..........:-.. ..__ J. .. ..t f.. 6.00 8.00 251 Rev. P. OUbert -....,___.__... All. , Amer. Ins. Co4 _....._.__._-._ .. .. a.oo 1.11'
.__.... ..._. .. 1.00 1.6 262 liuddli.eton 1-add ..._ ._ ., .' .
Butler ,
K. P. .. -- arber 8 chain _. ___....-.-.._..". .. '. f. .. *i -- House, 10 rooms .e.------. .b..J ., 4b, "f a
flutter ...._., .... 3.00 1.60 268 Co _. ____ __, Hnardlnl .- .. .. f. 1.00 I:'.
K. erchant atock $100 ._ .
41 .. ?? - 'I- --" .. -. .N' .
P ....._.. ... .. :. ... . 1.00 1.60 254 1 '___._._ ___ Ilanlnl)111. ----i-- .1. 10.00 1.0.
"I K. Butler' .. J pool talilva -.__-_._.. ..-_--....._.. ,. ,. .f' .. .. .. l.rchant .. ... .. ."" .
Howell Baas .i.i... ..._.*. Merchant stock $260 __.__ ._. ._. .. 80.00 11.00 266 W. fiL McClellandH. ....___.... stock $500 ... .,.., ,.-*. ... '.09 LO/ '..
.4 ..T .. ...::, ; "" ., f. ..j 1.00 1.5 256 '\'. Porler- ...._... ..__ _. M.rrhant "N. .. ,"- 1.00
ROM Grave .... .. Merchant stork $5.000 ...> .... ._ __4 ," .. . J.l.t.Agent ?.,.- .*-- ., fO. 1./
: .
; '
4 .... .. ... ., 7.5(1 267 j B. F. ) ,_ ,... .. Bon' 10.00
R, .. Merchant atock $100 .. ._. _. '"j" 11.00 \1.1 ? .. .. .v-.i------ f. I.
:; . ..... .., - .. : 6 268 H. U. .._ .. ._.. .. .. ... ...,. .J.. : ., 1.00 1.6.
.. : Rink .f.--ii. .
M.r.iNi* -- .jW. -*..- erchant stock $8,000 .-.!.___._.._,.. ,., > ( tt..n . Rkalll" ----. N. I
: : U:6: < 1.00
Maklnaon Co.: .,...-.-.' ilerrhaiit stock $12,000 -_. ..., .; 24.00 ,,261 Mrs. M. . ......... . Agent .t .ii...... __ .. ,..' N .
4 .. -.. w e ., ) .. f. 41.00 18.60( Kt. ( Feed Co. .. .... .. Itat, _k4l.OOO .._..... . 10.00 S.OO ," I"
W. B. Maklnaon Co. ......- Merchant stock-$5,000"............... to j Cloud : -... ..j. .. V N,
.\. : M.rehant
Void ._. _._. _.l_. ..__._'. .. .. f( .' 15.00" 7.60 16' 71r.. O. M. TaylorAlex. ...___ ..__._ J.rch. stock $500 .-..........._.. . 1.0 1.60 . r,'
.. i o 1.00
? .
.. . . II'
Hayne stoci ......... .
; .I----... :: : : .. $160 t.. .u-_ '
Merch .
T. nt .._ . .
R. I.rchnt. '
5 at.k a.oo 1.1.
. ..
10 .. : 1.00 211 H. Moore __... ; ....... ..
1.60 C. _
T.: Butler .............<__-.--.- Jarber' 8 chair. .....,.._......-.,.. .. f.,'. .. '.. ,' N. Wife and- Son ...... H t.-----'. ... .. . Na'I ." ", 5.00
R D. Floyd. ..._ .... .
a.oo 1.5" _. ,
'II ButUr' ............... 1 pool tables ..-............. .. 21 stqBt $1,000 ,I" 1.1' "
R T. ,. --- ..* .... p. 0. l. I" 60.0 30.06 Jee Parrlmore ................ Merch..nt chow ........ __ I" a.oo '
14 V. Parker ............. -....--L9y.r ........ __...__-.i. . : 't" 10.00 5.00 leI Jones A McLaughlin ...._ ...... stVk $1,000 ._....__. ......._ ..5 1.00 1.00 .

a. B Parker .?.._........ ...... __.. ..._........_......._.-. ", .. .. 10.00 '.oe 247 J. A. Barclay ..... ............ .. :.Nh.t. ent _........_...___.. .__ '... 'HI.' a.oo 1.5' .

f II W. W. Carson <.......__..?_._.*..- entlst .\.,.--...!.........-. _._._. ..t-flT'wi, '. h. ." .10.00 5.00 J. N. Brown .___..... ...... .'.. Merchant, siock $1,000 ......?....?_... ... t H. o.oo 100 ,.C 4
p 11 o. H. Prather .........-.,-. lot, Wkl. _.......-,.....,._. __. .._ ,'t.I . U 10.00 5.00 211 William H. Mlllaon ............... Block $100 ..._.. J--- .N H, .l I ,H 1.00 16. ,

II Pastime Theater1.. ..-...- . .. . .. .' f. 10.00 .00 270 B I.Crlner ...___.............M.rchant Agent ................,...-. .. 'I .'el'" t a.oo ..
M. Tiller Agt. Mutual -------.9... _ .. ....... .. _._ .. 10.0 1.00 a
I' . -. . . 1.50 211 A. Olb.rt .. Bottling Work ..?_...--. --- .I.N H. .
.0 8'J. 8rl.--------- Heat Estate Agent _.. . .. ._. . 'p .. 10.00 5.00 271 J.'H.: _.........._..... Small ..--.____.-...-'. ..._.._ ... 10.tO .
.1 W. Iteal: Bstate Agent ._....... ._.._ .. ,1. 10.00 271 Mrs. K. E. Wells ..- ....._...___ Agt.. tboW of Phils.,_........_., ... .. '1.0 tO '
I' 'H. D. GeIger ............--...... Lawyer ........_....._.....?......., .. f. C C 10.00 1.00. 874 Elisabeth Trudell _........*... stock $1OOO ................ N t t .... .
6 1' .. Furn. Co. ...........- Merchant stock $5000 ..... _........_ . '. fO. 11.00 1.0 275 F. Parker..........,......-.M.rcha.nt Block $100 ....._. .-... ._ ', .H. ,". :' 1, '.'0 .lj
.4 C.A.Cole --. ..........._...-. Merchant stock $ .000 .._. .__. ._.w f 11.00 '.0 274 R Gilbert ._._,... .....--..-.Shooting Gallery ..__................._ ... .' 't H a.'o ,

_.-.......-.-.. Optician .__......'......-. _. ..._ f. H " 2.10 277 W. H. Ittard ..' .._.._...____r. stock $160 _.......-:. .--?, It .., . .. 1.00 I '
II J E CI. _?._...._.J.w.I.' _._....-_._....-__.. ._.. ._. H H. 1.00. 278 J. M. Mc'l'ter __.......____... Merchant. Agent ............ . ._ '_"t ,'., .. C'. 1.0 r.I. .

.4 I.*1 Bank .---.-.........-. n..nk. capl.1 860.000 -__,._.;. .... .- 2.10. 279 Browl----..*..--.-. Photographer, perm. .........- ."I a 10.00
illt.OOO .. .. 11.00 Lwr"c- _______ :::::::: 1.0t
.8 Cltlaens Bank -..-.----., lank. ._.._... __1 . 7.50 W.I. -- --.? Agt Aaden Munich Ina Co.AKt. Cl I. .. :
I' J. A. Cheek .---,-.-- Merchant stock> $100._-..._. _. ...., .. 'I . .. ". 'I 1.00 1.50 180. H. W. u______...-_ ___ Continental Casualty Co. __.__._) : .;.:'' .,'' .o .' ,10
McKay Real Estate Agent w. .. ...; : \ . N , 281 Durham -- ---.-"- Merchant, stock v. ----------... $.
71 10 r .Cl.. Tel. Co. -----..-_-_.__-__-.::_1 Te'IIC.< 258 phones. _-., _.. ..1.- -..".., .,v.'. .I f. 10.00.18 1.00. 281 tLrH.Edward.Ald.rman nu._-..__ ____ !.rchant'stock I.OOO. .________._.-_.._ J .'. ...!f Itl', : . :U .7 1
__ ; $100 .______. ..__ O.
___ _
__ _. Block
71 Patrick I A FennellM. __ n .. I, Ibal.. .. .. 1.50 1.26 2842S6 J. A. Hlmesffhoi. ------------------ .?? .. I '
\ ._. 1.10 ,
Co [ $ + ---1 1Alt. \ H Drake Co. .-.-. ---- -- Merchant. tock 52.000-------, --<. .. .
I Wilson 00 1.50 ( H y
11 ) \ ; 3 t. '
M.rclaot. \S. ... > Table ....._ .___ ____.___ ) UI t '.00 .
_ 1 001)
B. L.
Ins Co. J.__. 216 -- -------- <
1. DozIer Leltner I.ltner-u-------------.-..-,. -- Alt. Hrl.nt In.Co------*...._ ,-..,... .'i" .. ... .. 2 2.50 60 287 I. N. 1.10.1-:___...___---.-----.., Slot Machine ..........__.__-.r- .,,J.r. /. ,f' ".. :. t 1.:U' 12)) 'J

11 1.1.1 Leltner$ -...-- Co.'.-.._ "1\I. f. 250 288 M..Hr.aker A Co. .-.-------- Agt. Niagara Detroit Underwriters ...JAKt. .'a'e; N ;
Dosler Leltner -..--------.ARt. Queen. In*."Co. _......?--.._.-.._ "" f' . ff' 2.50S. 29 I H. M. Breaker .Co. --.------ -- Pelllcan Ins Co_.._,._..-,..... ws. : '' _.)
11 .' __...____.., .", 0. 1'' H. Johnson Merchant' stock $ ...-_ .. t '
Dotler Leltner .-------- --- ARt. Home In* Co. :' 2.60 290V' ( ----------------i .. ..' ,1".. N N :
--- __
11 1.10'
..... . -. A Ins. Co. of'North America .___ \. 291 D N. Floyd _.,,_____ ___ Slot Machine'r... : .. 4 .
19 DozIer Lln.r --.- ...-.------_-.---. 1' fit Paul Fire A Marine Ins. Co.... ':: :'. :: .:: .::' ;: ' Ug 22 D. Lewis Pbo.nlr.pb.r. perm. ,.,....._...._ ,_. ,'..V''A.. ,. ... .. '1.10 1.11 4 1
1 -------------1 .
-- ..
'- 1.11"
10 Doa. Cltlsen of Mlasourl In.. Co. .. 2H3 C. Co. .... -.- *-. .,.i..l: f .10 'I
$ --------- Agt. '1.60 -u : ; t.
Leltner .
II Doa.r Leltner -_-_-_-_-_-__--n__ _____ Kt. On. Home Ins. Co. ......-..___. . . '0 1.60 24 Will William 'rv,.------------1 Lunch Counter ..---......-. .-.. .--- .... ; H N .. '.50 &L.12' 1.IS' 'J.I
. ....
.._. .
II Do.le Leltnor .---..------.JDotler ---- A Kt. Fidelity Phoenix In*. Co. ..._.... .' . 2 50 295 W L. King -h.--------- ".rchanl Block $6O ... .. .- ", .f' 'f I H. 1.0' .7
Royal Exchange In*. Co. v. ... SI 296 Taylor'I I Block $1,000 +p.-.4-- .N N' H '
AKt. 'I
, 84. Leltner ------------.-- 2 60' 1 : .. t' 1.10 .7
. ._._... .. .. o.1.vendingCO. --- ---------------.e. .. ,
Phoenix Assurance Co. 2 91 t. "
---- --- 2.60 Tle : : ..'0 t ,
---. .. .
Dotler AKt .. ,1.U
-- .
Life Co
1.ltn.r ____. _._ W. Barnett ------- : CitizenS In. N .
( 81 Leltner .-,-------- N. T. Underwriter . . II f' 1.60 298 : Ail Nat. . / ." .N .'
----- All .
Co.Agt. >
4 1.I.r Leltner ------.-------., Aetna Ins Co. __._.._._..______ 'f. 1.50 299 P F. A. Ptroup ---- ------- ----I Sou. -.. -_v- t.' O ... e' 1.11 ,
-- AI' .. . \
Ins Co. '
V 'T F. A. Stroup --------. Penn Fire .
1.1&1 Northern Assurance Co. _.... 800 ------ . .
., LeltnerDotler ..-- --- --.- ---- 1.60 f. : :
Art. _____ .. _. .
II Central In Co. ...... f' 801 Morrie. Mason n. ---- Merchant. Block $50 -- .T.- ,i" II 5 "
.. American .
----. --- .. 1:11
-- r
II Leltner LeltnerDotler --- .- -.....----- "gt. Kqultable Life In.. Co. _________. .1 ,. ,... .I .. 2.61. 302 'G. P. Garrett __.._'___. .. .. 'Lawyer ..-.....,...". .._.__.-r._. ., ,I .. \ !'Ioo: :
Dotter ---- ___ ___ ... _... ...
... .. Johnson .u Lunch Counler 'f
__ -- .r.
SOS -- .
10 .... --- Royal Indemnity Co. . . 1.10
Leltner ---- --- All 2.10 W .._______.. _____._ .. ...... _..... .," .
I h Counter ________.._.___.._.__. . .t ( 804 OUbert Striking Machine. 'I .N N'
:: :::::::.=:.:: Merchant, stock $10,000 ._....-.. ._._. .. -.: 30.00 a.o'' 205A.! 4>,.AV._aard -...-. ---___. Real Bstat..AgU_..-.- ."' ,.m.._. _, -..0'N,- ,-, ',' .' 1.10. i.11 .
rlrdo' ____ ___ ..' L, FennellOxceola ---- Slot Machine __ ._..-.... ..._.j .._ r"'N .
f.tb. ..__-----n. \\ferehant stuck 4.000 __ ?., ;: 12.00 500 806 B. -- ---.---- _. '1.10 121 .
___ ___ .. .
.4 _. Bicycle Co. n Btoek $600 - -. N 'N1 N
Co. -.---- --- stork $800 _._._,. ___.. f' too iso 107 M.rch..nt .. ,1.10 ..71
Harn ----- _. ... .... _..,_. N'N
.' f.lch.nt stock 1.000 ___..__. .____ O' Bog F. P. Howe _ __ uu Block $100 p. .N '
.1 M.rch.nt
---------- I 00 1.0 1.10 .71 -
O. M. Taylor .-.-,--.-..-. --..-.. ... erchant. stock 3100*____. -_.--.4.. . .' 1.60 809 B. H. gtr..II' _______._nu_._ Merch.nt Block $100 ......._.; v... .N" . .. .

: Rotunda Tel. .Co.- ] :,. :"T.I.phon. ........_ ___._______ . .(,. 810 H. E.: Page -----.- -.-- -. M.rcl.nt Block $1,000 ,.. ._._. 'I. _N C '1'10 .7 .
Bell : : .. chair .. ...... ._...
fB. __ ,_ $100 ._ . lit I Eddie --------- -- --- > :' : : tit
---- 1.60 Wllt.d :. 26
I' )Johnson -......?..--.-.... than steam .--?___.._-.? 1.60 112 I I Eddie ------.,-..-._-. Merchant. Block $100 ....iu:-....,----. : : ::75
too Bak.ry .. _.. ____.... W. Mllar .. Merchant. Block $1.000 ....._...... _- N N. '
Joln.on .. ;, ..-.... .,- "erchant stock $ .SOO .. .. .t. 313 1 --.-". -.- .. 1.10 ..5
101 Prfnt. ...-.. -.*-.-.-. ?erchant. stock $1.000 .....,......_. .. "' 1.(0. -tt -- -.J- .- -- \

101 Dann 4 A'Fennell--- ...-... . .- !f.r stock. $60 ................. 1.0 We. T. Murphy, County Judge 'and Bandy. Tax Collector of 'Bald C<)unty. do certify that the '
lansell CI foregoim ,
. 101 Fennell ..*-------- 2 __________.__........... ," 1%
; 104' Han..n. -.-.. .. Pen __.__ .._._.._._ . ,5.(0. I.I correct. Seal of this of Oi
vat- -.SI..ulhl.r .1-. i.. .. Given un 101 .. --.* Pen ..____. , > . T. County '
Klaulhl.r Judge.
Ofdla Ba.s .-. I
101 Randolph nrrpnoFtfl4pf TounK ., ". llefl M.r| Bstate. stock AK."it 00 Ui'' _ .jl,'/ ,1" """;,.\.MJMll .,,;'.;,;. ? .",* C. I BA.NDT. .Tax Collector. . .., J'_, ,

101 Alb.rt stock) $1,000
F. H. l awson1" ".rl.nt JXI'
10 lOl B. F. Rails w*,,... R..I Agt4N.[ R.t"l.. | ,,In.. Co.Agt.Aetna ORDER FOR PUBLICATION ,, NOTICBI "J. "" '
I>. n. wagner : AcC' &,Lld.>Co.i $l0.LlJf.'l ,"<', ,n. ," Jo."PV.-.ATJO.. ;,.1 '. a

11 D. O. Wanner .--..-.----.--.-..-. .. AKt. Natl. Ins. Co. ._________-__-__-.._.. -" :. ITO THB CIRCU.COVRT'OV THIS TTH >f> oir '11 A. 1. Don.lan r ----------- Krottlsh Union'& Natl. In.Co. -. ". U FLORIDA. IV OKIN twa_ at .w

114 A. F. -..____._____. U_ \ll.. Norwich Union In.. Co. ..-----.-- .CO.CO riTOF .AND FOIl OSCROI.A N. .. .t U.I..yIU.. .1... _

111 A. fon.l.n .----&--. --- AK(. Kla. Fire A Casualty Co. >._-. --. . CHARIER. ', CUAN1BHY.M. .. .'j
III A. Ins. Co. .___...,. .. TY.I 27otlo. I I. .
F. Dn.lan ----------AKt. British Amerlc.n 2.52.60(' 0. W A AND W. D. EDWARDB. that Jeremiah
.. .
.IT -A. Don.Ran Hartford Ins Co. PEARCE Et Al.VK > W of ,
1. ---------- AKt. ----- ---------- ROBERT P..r.o..
III A F. _.. ---- .------.-.- AKt. U & U A O In*. Co. ______.__ I. 0 ,. 2.69 )PariltleaM. C..t. on 1813, Fl9rld.'I. .
11. E DoneKan -- Merchant. stock $100 _____.___________ 3-00 S. PEARCE Kt Al. > .. try Serial No. 010604, for Township

Nlclol. Supply Co--------------____________ ___ stock )60 _________...____ ,. .. 3,00 160 I THOMAS W. PALI asd .u : Range 17 East, Tallahassee
10 . --- r--'- Mer.lallt. ..._______ ____......_ .. 0 .H. &.oo 160. In purtuance of a decree of said Court rlalsslag. ..... '.. frt ha filed notice -Intention :

12E.. N. Dlck.r.on ---MUle-.--"---- Crate Factory. ____.___ ____..._x.-.-- . '.. ,. 1600 t.50 entered In said cause on the S2nd day T"..aa W. Palsoer e r etaemlao. .! Commutaton Proof to ..
LMkaIae veneering Bstate Agent -... ., .. 10.00 5..0 Albert B. Ben. . -- --- Real ---------- --- --- I September we .1 l
II Uw.. Ferris -----..< --..---------- Real Agent __________......___. .r . .. ". K 1000 5.00 of nett, A. J. 191. D. N. Barco. Commissioners tfce gireperty Im tklo Bill .. .. Clerk of the Circuit at
111 J. Y Farrls -,- ---------------- M.rchRnt.1.t..l $700 ____--_._.--.-_ . .. N 800 .CO appointed by the Cour will .... ., Florda on the Cour.t day
111 R. U Mercer ---. -. ------ 'Turn. -- --------- . . 20.00 10.0" trd day of D. October. :
-- "
Turp. Co --------- .. th- :::::_ : .._...-.: .. on the I appa.rlnw' ,a.tldaYI'&ppi.
111 Ashton ------- Harder. j--.. -_ t.. 2.50 1913. at Eleven o'clock in the forenoonof to "., Cam..nt name a*,wltnesae*: I
Baxter ------ ________.___._ __ .. 1.2
III Bert . ---- Merchant, . N. 800 day, at*the Court House door cause that W. Hot.ul. of Loughman Florid _
II' Jack Diamond ---- .-------..---- Jeweler __n_ .__________.___---.,.._ .; 1.60 sarfd'City of in said Stat. and .l..le 0 Tlom. P..II.I Thomas !raddek. of Orange. .Canter ,'
Klmber -----. --- .. ... .. .. .. 1.00 (In the Aradia nOI.r..te.nt fb. ,'
110 B. I ... -.------- ,Jeweler ___.____--------- 2.60 auction and and Forida'
181 W. Fernerson.-.-. -- ---. -. DrUKKlst stock $1,000 ___-______--,___ . . tt .J" 1.00. - !'t County expose publc for ,hefollowing1 Ida there are other unknown : .. of Lougbman FJor
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III Hopkins Thar.J. ... ---. ---. Merchant stock $60 _.....__.--...- . 3.00 110 blgb..tleder otoI In. the property described In the Bill e fComplaint Ida' ,
H. Leonard -- ---- _.________ __ N . 150 I Lowry of 'i'
looo two. In this and that
111 ----- Lawyer u -- one Cltton Lu.bI" '
Q. F. Kflbb.* ------:-.-.----.--.---- Merchant stock $1,000 ..:::::__::::::- ." ..' . <,. .. 300 150 | County four .Forlda to.wlt Lt.* follows thai name 11.4 .eu.persons .* In.terested Id. Por1 I

11 W. Mllar -------- .-. ---- Merchant stork ".000 ----_ .-. . .. 800 commencing at the southeasti are unknown to the Complainants HENRT a .CHUBB. .

las W. MUCr -.------_._.__--.r---- _____ ___n______.q .--.... . N 10.00 1.10. to-wlt of said lot 4, and running west and] that relief Is prayed In the 38-ttpd Register.' \

Ill W. 13. .. .-- *"'..- Lwy"r ,-..--.---------- --.-... ", . ,,, .9 N 1000 ..00.eo 1 corner thence north one hundred said Bill of Complaint I against *uch '' .
PA. Vans AI.w --- ___ Optician .. ..- ". ,. thirty-five ).rd. thir NOTICE ADMINIBTRATOHFor
III .*"--" Traveling -------- -- t 16.00. forty yards, thence east unknown defendant 0.
and '
II' nr; J. O- .. -.*' ."_.. -H..I Kslate Agent -----------...--..-- . . .. 1000 1.01 thence south one hundredand IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED tb.i' Flaal Dleeharge. 'I' ;",J
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140 H M Breaker .. ----------- M.rchant. .tock $1,000 . 3.00 l"i forty to place of beginning' Thomaa W.' Palmer and .a1 p.r.onsclaiming .
141 W. )(. Adams ---. ---------- : Shop ------------_-.--- -- . 3.00 ,' eight twelve thirteen. an Interest th* Bald i ./ THE COURT OK COUlfTT .
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.1 3. 3. VNlckYe.-- -- ----- :Small $how .---------------_.a---- 5.00 2.CO lots v" nine north side oj said Thomas W. Palmer or otherwise, and O8CBOL.A COINTYf "UDW

U Nelm.y.r -------;----Jeweler .*_.n_____:.-__.......__._ . . B.00 2.60 less twelvejind six acre thirteen previously sold ..1 other persons claiming an Interest .D. l

44 .V'i: mnVor-S-t"CIO"* ----,- Hunk Capital stock $60,000Photdirrapher. -----.-.-. ., . .. . 1/100 7.CO I lOl Pearce, lots ftt..n.slte.n the following described 'prop.rt"l'' .' .,
.. .--- Perm -------.---.---- . ." 2.60 DUcK ;fourt.n Afartba .Ilu.t.n the County of O.ceola ana Iii, .Citato ef WUIIass .CkaailUr.NoticeI .. '
Nat. --- and-aeveliteefli A
J. ---- .-- rJ - . -- Real .;slat. Agent ---------.:.-..-.--- . . 10,on s no subdivision of lots one .. State ot Forlda to-wlt: ., I hereby given te all wham'it (
)f. Will"0" -rThou. --. .--- Merchant stock $200 ----------..-. . . 3.00 1"0 I!, pction.oight; and one a>nd The Norlh..t quarter of'Section S. man that on the 6th day of ; .'
4 Davidson ---' -- -.. --- .Lunch Counter ---- -.---_--... .--r- . 5.00 2.60 two of section leventeen lol t09n.hlpIlhrt.x In Township 26 Range' 88 m.t I concern, . I shall apply to !
4. Jordan &Rllh* ------IrrRt -----.--- Merchant stock $100 -------.-------- . t . t. 3.00 1.50 I two of south, of range thtrty.tbree do appear to the Complainants' the Honorable 1.1, aph". Judo;* of t
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nVo'nhV--.- .. .,-- :Lunch Counter -----------,.- -.._.-.-.--- .. . t. : 2.COi at a point Complaint herein filed, on or befor the aid Court aa Probate, for .
10 __--n __. Merchant stock $160 ---____?._.___._._ ., t .. . . f.OO .en I beginning chain north wh.r'. Rule Day In November A. 1111. my Judo'* Administrator r .
3. F. o'u.rl- i-cov:::::- -- Merchant stock $60 ,---------.-.----.- . .- t soo 1.50 ( 1 I. ten hundred *lxtysixI '' wit: the Ird day-of November 10"1 of the estat.of William 8. "
iI --- _____......._ ___ ..1 longitude eleven Cban41.r1
T. H. ooodwlr Perm u . s on 2.CO southwest corner of said will be taken aa confessed.IT deceased; and that at the '
r ------ ----. Photolrfpl.r. .. . .' j I chains vast of the '111 will : : .:
W. -- :: ---, Perm ------ - -- son '50. of suction eight and run FURTHER ORDERED that present to said'Court final ..
14 \11 1ayntCr----------------- Merchant stock $200 _-. _--.------- h'.r. t 300 1.50 said lot one south 7.26 this order. be published onc. a 'week counis BS Administrator of said .
51 A.K ---. Heal Estate Agent .............._.__. ,.' t t 10.00 I.on I rest 1844 chains, thence fifty-nine degrees for twelve ((12) consecutive weeks In I and ask for their approval. .tt.
II yF8V/vbearnk'-i: Livery Stable fl horses -------------- ,1 70 3.71 chains; thepce north 14.14 chains the Klsslmme Valley Gazette, a new. i I D..tee June 1. A. D. 1611. ',
8' A, Fj BaM9 .----------- ------- Livery Stable, 10 horse ........--.--- ;. . 7.SOIK I't.n minutes west chains thence north ;paper published In said Osceola Countyof W. CHANDLER.' .
--------- --- $6,000 1Merchnnl .--- on i west 387 general circulation In said County 4.1 mo A Administrator.
a. sir: Miller ---- ---- Merchant stuck ----- -- . t 7.6 : tlence and ten minute* west, 10.
C. w: ------ :::::-- stork I70C -----...----.----- . t 3.001 ffy.nln.degrees WITNESS James W. Perkins. Judgeof
o 1 .C. F. Dl.1? !? Son :: ------. Merchant, stock $2,000 .........._u___ . ," son to place I of e I Cltcul Court.and my name aa NOTiCe OK ADHINUITRTOa r
2 -"".----.--- Merrhant. stock $800 --.------..--. t. t 6no// 1.6 I all one, two. three, nn.ln.e.A'e official seal of F.. .

a grt.'Bfia': ----:---- --:-----------. Merohnnt. Htork fbi) -.------. .--.---. .. t N" 1.51. i .ev"ri. 'ileven t.tIe. said Court, this Juth day of July, A D I'';I.1( 0V 1..1 DI.. .
4 O AV. PennJ---------- -. Merchant stOck $100 ---<._-----.a .. t t.. 2.00 1 t."n. seventeen. subdivision 11. i OtI' COUNTY'.Uol 8T4T !
Outlaw ---------- -- .. . t '. 30.00 1C.00i I twent of Martha A. Pearce I .(Seal) 3. OVERSTREKT. OSCBOL COI" ;
i:. --. ---- ----- east halfof .
Q. Pool --- of
I; O. C. CIUtlaw7 -----------. -.--'. 2 Merchant Tabl., stork--$400-- .......-...-.---. .. I p ft" . t 1.00 .en of lots one and two of section I of Circuit Court IB reBitit.- ef 0... U".,. olitessedi ,.
--- quarter
N. I-.. EdwardsSemlnole ------- --- l. stock $2,000 --_-----.-.----.- t. t1001 3 00 .I the southwest south of I II O. F. KRIBBSClek '
8 Phar. --.------ ----- UruRll stock $500 ---t.--......- ?- . t 1.en twenty township thrly..II. four I! Solcl.or Complainant Notice la .reb lbat to all whom >,
-----v.---. --- l.rchant. Ins. Co. __---..:--'--; ." . 1.00// 2 60 I range thlrt'-llr.. lOl U.II. It may'eon..rn. on the SOtb day: !
9 Jake St.v.noll ----? nine, ,
------ I t I .n. of A.D. 1118 .
2 I
o R.F.BR1l--- -,.---------- .. I A? K & d. Ins Co. ----..--.- . .. t TO (five .v fifteen shall apply
n. F. Rail --------:-----.------ Norwich* Co. ..-..--- .. t 2 I I I twelve tllrt..I. fourteen. '. subdivision -I I. riMCl/IT ("I'I. UTATK OKFI.OIIII1A to the Honorable T. M: Uorpb, Judge ; '
----- All. Unl.n In. I 2 BOi sixteen A. "UDU.ALCIUIT. of laid Judge ., for
--------.-- ___ ... ___ . t lartba and Court. ':
Rails--- -- Curd o.
il R. Hart . . three and
ni. lot my
f' -- -- 4. t 3.00 en of COUNTY. j I a* Administratrix
-- : ...
-- dl.eharl.
B. Rail -------- I4lackemithUarage ----------------- -- .. I' .. .25.00 12.50. j quarter of the southwest IN j I, of the .. H. ;Ivey. deeeaaedl -'
--- southeant t.
-- ---- ..__._____ 4UA"C'IRY.KATIE Georle
t -- .. township
74 J. Q flrlfrtn ------ -------. '------. --.-.--. .. :. ., t .f' IS ool 7.CO of section thirty-three, ) E I and that at aro* Will
Kiss Auto Co. ----------- Undert ikcr _. -- ---- ..-- --- quarter south, of range thirty. WILtMSiCmp1alnantr"L present to said Court tme. "
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1 ----- ) : t . 15.00 7 GO I thtrtsix. 'I ray '
.1. W. Thompson ----------- --. Undertaker _.__--_ ____:-J. .t t. J 0.00 600 1,1 ClINt. Also-the following described ''ai Administratrix of said acount. .
Thompson ----.-------- AKt. ------- three Florida It appearing by affidavit appendedto ask .al4
C. Heal But. ------------ 500 1n Osceola County for their approval.
A. S. Nelson ._------.------------ Kst. Ant. -------.-- --------.- t. t.. 10.IHI property quarter of the northeast the bil filed In the above-stated DELLA iVET. '
( / 'southwest
W. J. Nel.on' ------,------------"- 1',1 Rat.? AKt -?-----------,.--. ., . .t, t 0.N.. 10.00140, .1 The the east half of the southeast cause CLARENCE. WILLIAMS, 27-lmotmopd ry Admlnlstratrlat.TTOTICB .
------------- ,.-. t. 1.00 quarter and the defendant therein named Is -
A. K. Doneaanv. ---- Heal Bat. All. --------- --- --- .. t .12.00 of the northwest 'quarter ,A nonresident
D. WarIng.----------------__ Merchant 4.000 -- .-.-..-.--. .. t quarter southeast quirter.leSs of the State of and I* TO CREDITOR
__ the Florid.
__ .tock 5.00 of J'
. __. t 10.00 half I '
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__ t the
Co. .
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Waring Trading d Lawyer ____ __----- - ------ ,. inthe corner a resident the United America
2.60 ,
5.00 I
-- one acre .Olth..t
--- .. -. -- north over the age of twenty-one TIlE COURT-
W J. Sear ------ Jcw&ler ---------- ----- J' S.OO Quar years; .11 TIlE
__ ---- ------ 11 room. ...-- . I o/ the southwest it is therefore ordered that Bald ci r '
W. H.\Baton ----- HoonilnK House --..-- for cemetery parposes nonresident '
.. .------- __ '._. . .. 1.00 2 50 east quarter reserved defendant .nDGi-STATE OF '.
1. .- ---- Small Show __ _...,.,, -------.r N 0.00N I thirty-four. be and I* hereby .OR.D. .
20.00 J In
'Junl.lnl.r ----- . . t .-all ., .
to to
-- -- required appear- bI1of ,
Plant -- *
"S'fiBemlnole LlKht ---------- -?- .. 7,50' thlrty-fiv souttt of range complaint O.COL COUJ.
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Land ------- ,__. .. ?....- to"n.hlp Sled In said causeon or before
; Hotel 48 ----- Dated this Sept.
4 rqom. N '
Land Inv Co. -.------ Plant.4-------------------------- . ,N.iO.00 1.00 |, thirty-three. -ea.t the Srd day of November At la .E tate .f ILTOJ A. CLARK

femlnol. Land '. Inv. Co. ------:- Ice room .... -.-..--...-. t. t t 10.00 23rd. 1612. Mond.y. otherwise the allegation ef T. all clt. Bleirib.-
80 tt
Hotel ----- .. 1.60 DOZIER 1 UUt
Hotel' ---. ..-.-- 8t.iok.$100 __._.. ......__ .,. a.oo A. J will be taken confessed-by isa., '
Central -- Merchant
Van DenbergMiyiT --.... .- Counter . ...--.-.-..-.-.. . ( N' _. 1.00 2.50 ALBERT E BENET.D. said os Is.4. agmiast ,
Lunch - -- d.f.ndanl .y;
..... ._... . 7,50 N It ordered that -
J. --- ---. ; Bakery (not ateam) - .. 1.60 this'order Too, and each of yon. .
'tr M Jin.---.----.-. Merchant stock $1,000 --..----._-...- '. H. H 1.00 1.60 40-6t . cmml..loneL be published onc a week for four consecutive 1 1 fled and present .
& .. .. flI. t .. .
Klrkwood -- -. Fund Ins. ANDKA1TAO3CV8UVT the Kloalmmee Val claims dr-d or
John C . ".- AKt. 1lrom..n. Crp.. _. H H I a.60. B/TATIDMBIIT OWNERSHIP icy Gazette a 1 either .
-. Fire of theestate -
H 2.50'
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M. Tiller _ ___ ""-"-. Co. -_ ? --- AF THB KS8M. said County mod ) ot A. lao
.-- r .. ;. AIt Contn.nt..I'h. Co. . H 3.50 This October 3rd. 1018. Mlt C1. .
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x. Tiller Mee N 1.0 1,50N o.
Brll.b. I OAIUI'M'IIOler
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: Tiller Bern.-."*-.Co-.---.- --.. Bakery Merchant(not. ateam.) -.-. --.--...-.- N'N' N .. N N ..' 1.00 a.oo 1.10 1.10 _._l____..!::.,__W. B lnl' JBeai) .1-. VER8TREKT.. j rS the of dot ..
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.. ".000 .._, -."- and Trp.1 jUtted Aog. 11th. A. D. 191L
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_1ty BekeryV. -- . I 1.00 MtgeCZ'.MrS. B. | .rl Crtl Car
M'rbant . 10.40' J.
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R. Kill _-.. --. :: ----.. N N 1.10 .Hole.r & DEIR I C.-CLARJC.
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