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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 17, 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: VID00616
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Jn'the following letter'to Chairman I That Klsslmmee proposes to be well

Frank J. Feamslde, of the State Pern- I, v represented at the meeting of' the .

.ocratic executive I committee,,,Governor : I II j i State Chamber of Commerce! becamean
Park-Trammell declares that he J assured fact when they elected alternates

I does not withMr. i for the aelected at ,
agree Fearnside that,i it 1, e delegate err,
the Congressional, redistricting act is the annual meeting last February. The ,K

detective,'and refuses to call an extra meeting of the State Chamber of Com M1'1

session of the Legislature for the pur. merce will be held in Ocala on the '

pose of remedying they alleged defects 4 23rd of this month, and President.. Io' ,

: R x4i{ I Clay Stanford is ,of the opinion that '
the membership of the state body will ,,
"I am in receipt of your letter of ire,
, than doubled. +'
-Y tya. r 1 beimore
the 3d instant, requesting that I 1 V
con- I Delegates from Klsslmmee to the 'j
vene the Legislature In special 'IHOllIE'
session '
State Chamber of Commerce are S. 3* ,
for the purpose of having cor- I I Triplet, Arthur E.: Donegan and C. A. ,;'I
rected certain alleged defects in
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OF CLERK Carson, but ldr. Triplett gives oat a
ter 6472, Las of Florida, the same being OF CIRCUIT COURT J.:L/OVERSTREET, MAIN AND OAK STREETS. statement that he cannot be In attendance
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an act redistricting the State. into, i M x / trxj ri-TTj o -rjj- xrxj Lr-LJXj jj->-j-tj*jj..jLjji- r--ri ,....... and'it Is not known at present

four Congressional districts I the Act of Congress allowing Florida have the active co-operation of every whether' C. A,. Carson will ,.return : ;

"In reply I beg to advise that I do ; four Congressmen, and under the Act Systematic Colonization one.. )Florida has the distinct honor of from his,vacation ,,in tim to 'attend.

not share in the view entertained by I.of the Legislature redistricting the being the first southern 'state to be Therefore the Board,of Trade :Monday

yourself and ao others that Florida's State, Florida will be entitled to be Discussed organized for the work and it behooves night elected as alternate delegate
Floridian be
W. every farmer ,
by H. Mans capitalist '
in Congressmen .
represented Congress by .
four, Congressmen cannot regularly land owner, mechanic or clerk the following gentlemen: Gay Livipgston -
and legally be elected from the four ,a Congressman to come to put his shoulder\ to this great wheel for S. J. Triplett, Frank'Vans *

Congresional district'created and designated frpm each of the four districts. and H. RichardsonAT of progress. People and living help in the push country it to,saccess. dii-- Agnew for C. A. Carson, and Lewis. .) '
From New Districts. .
by'the provisions of the said tracts in the vicinity of these meetings O'Bryan for Arthur E. Donegan.
of Florida "Pursuant to the law of this state, \ should The ,' called to order "
Chapter 6472, Laws ; but, make it a point to come l in meeting, was %
on the contrary, my opinion is that it providing' for the'election' of officers. : and hear what is being planned'' to Monday' evening by the secretary, '
jto I of office in future .A WELL ATTENDED MEETING HELD JN THE COURT HOUSE bring 'settlers 'and capital. the
terms beginning
wiU be proper, regular and legal for'I r President Triplett being 'out of the ..
a Congressman to be elected at the '!date and in accordance with the provisions LAST NIGHT UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE BOARDOF ; two needed Florida.things Only so"*, a much ae city/'end W. ,B. .Harris was chosen ..

general election to be held in November 'I of Section 174 of the GeneralStatutes TRADE.-PLAN FAVORABLY RECEIVED lected type of settlers will be secured, ,president pro-tern. .
1914, to represent, after March 3,1 requiring that 'a 'representative I and these will have a sufficient amount After reading the minutes and the .
to the Congress of the United '* EVERYWHERE. of capital to insure'succesa.. The of -letters from :
approval same, many
!. 1915 from each of the four Congressional Florida Department has opened its ,
States shall be elected in and for each up ask
districts therein allover the country were ,
,as designated.Provisions I office in Room 86 Barnett Building I
of Act. I I Congresional district of 'the State at with' the State Manager Richardson ing for information concerning this

'The Act Congress approved Au- ;i every general election,' it is my opin- I IIWm.. H. Manes! vice-president and and',Gulf Ports. for the handling. of, in charge. The ,room adjoins that ol section, and all were referred to 'the
ion should the of the I foreign immigration. Dr..W, M.V Stinnon,'who Is vicepresident .
8 that a Congressman art general manager Southern Settlement proper committees for-attention -
gust 1911: making a new Congressional I ,7 and chairman of the finance
: That it shall not be one or the Committee -
elected and
Novemberf1914f election be to Development Org niza. As an'evdence of the bright futureof
apportionment, provides that I objects of the incorporation of said for Florida. Dr.' tlmsonthaa
Florida ehalTTe entitled to lour menv-- ;,-represent-eachoi3heL: .lout -Cengretr lLonJ.ajecompanied by H. II. Richardson;I J-Oxganlz.atLon..1LtrutkCLl1one! for said taken a great deal of interest the ,this city, steps will be,taken at*,once 9 "
bore of' the House of Representatives sional districts in Congress on and after I'state manager, arrived in the cityI,organization or for the members- there- 'worknincehewasadelegateoftheBoardof by-the-committee< .on new, enterprises tri'
1915 for of 1 afternoon 1 40 and ; but said organization collect Trade to the conference in I the Borad of, Trade for '
I' March 4, terms two I I yesterday at ; were may of tq secure
of the United States instead of threeas
I lOf raltimoie last March and has dune .
in lawful
receive money any man live business 'colle ..
years. met by a committee of the Board ,of : Kissimmee a ,
theretofore, and, that such representatives : and hold property of any kind, much toarouse, the interest of the
"shall) be elected by districts ,I "I do not.see'' any reason for: alarm I I Trade and shown over the city duringthe real, personal or mixed, for the purposes '. I Jacksonville people in.the great move- I.This will be a valuable addition to the ..19 I
of andcompacterrltoj.y in this matter, nor am I apprehensivethat I afternoon. 'I rl for which said organization is. ment. The Florida department will city, and if success crowns the efforts
composed a contiguous' even ', ajt Republican;A Congress At ,7:30: last night two fine ad reuses 1 1l chartered. I be divided into four divisions of work, : of the committee this new enterprise

: actlcaLl, and an'equalnamber:containing'as'ncarly'as ; ,! -[' tdcpriveJjP'Jorida"of\ ,lts.represem' 'er4,listened J to'J!byfanfaCtentive];au-i J ,At the 'close of Mr; Manas'>> remarks I covering licity and colonization commerce and, agriculture industry,, each pub- will soon be an assured fact.

of InhabitantslHThe; 1 ***-**saiddulistrfctsI! ration t!.n 1 Congreeswhen' In selectingour l(d fenceyn/thejcouhousetYbothde'ersD1anssandRtchardson; r : Miy' ,Richardson i went into, some de- of which will be in charge of A proposition was made by a well
theplain ntentrof J 'tellfngutof' \he l9J.ojthe'! actual!,work started In'the : paid experts who will make known manager of a business collegeto
/ Congressmen ,
shall be'equalto, tHo'numbeirofreaentatives Rep :. !: .... F. ..... ,.. MI I '
the laws of the state had been 101 gigantic plans ol r U\i.Southern! Settle state of 'FloriidaYadd in conclusion I a ''survey pf the state's resources andpossibilities I establish In Kissimmea a'colleie
to which such State and !' data
entitled in Congress' maybe f lowed. I, anent and Development Organization i stated that every man and woman in will be compiled eventually into<<; authoritative'this if ,t enty-t\ve students could,

"Entertaining the above laws rela. ; for the colonization of the State of the state of Florida could become a I pamphlets for distribution in Europe be secured, the' gentleman proposing
"The of contemplatesthat
Act Congress; tive in Chapter 6472, Laws of Florida, of Florida with a desirable class ofsettlers. I I member of the organization and was through the, London office 'Which, after to furnish all the necessary equipmentand
a State entitled to an additional known as the new Congressional, Redistricting i I desired, there being no dues or assessments -! February will be in charge of Mr. buildings, with the only guarantee '
should be redistricted.The I Richardson. To do all this work it
said Act provides, however, that I Act, 1 do not feel ,,justified i These gentlemen have been! on a tour I. to the membership, only tbe"Tooper'ationn will ,be seen how necessary it Is to,,' that he receive the stipulated number
in convening the Legislature in special I of the, state for the past ten days, addressing \ a general way being re- have the active moral and financial "of students to open business.
until the redistricting by ,State law, a I I session. A special, cession of the I assemblages in all citicjs of I quired. Blanks were distributed and support of the people of Florida. "Ev'' This proposition was 'referred. to the

Congressman should "be elected from would entail\. importance in the interest ''of this every person present became a volun- ery dollar raised in the state for the committee on,nev' enterprises and will
Legislature an expense
old and the additional -i I I work will be'spent in and' for Florida.
each of the dictricts consideration
member of the Southern Settlement be Ivercarefu and
bf fifteen to thirty thousand dollars new wQrk of development, and have tary With such 'a systematic organization. .
Congressman or Congressmen I upon the taxpayers of the State, ands I I met with much' encouragement in every I and Development Organization. the results will be felt within'a few Immediate attention.. \, "
should be elected from the State ,at in opinion is wholy unnecessary." : place yisited. Blanks were placed in the hands of short years in the census returns of The membership committee made a ,
large. The Florida, Legislature not my At the meeting held in the court the secretary of the Board of Trade the .state and the bank clearing and partial report and \, eked for, further

having convened between the date of, Our offer of two or more years subscription I house last night lion Joseph Sears for signatures of persons that could every line of business endeavor.Our time in which to compVate-ihevwork, ,

the Act of'Congress authorizing an l ( to he Valley Gazette at $1.00a I was made chairman of the meeting and not be present last night, and those offer of twor more years sub which was f ranted. 9

additional Congressman! and the date, : year If paid in advance, will positively in a; brief but appropriate speech in."I desiring to be identified with this great scription to the Valley'Gazetle at Sl.Op I The resignation of Treasurer W, L.

to-wit, March 4-1913., when Florida) I expire next,''Monday, Oct. 20. : troduced, the visitors, Mr. Manas-: at 'movement may do BO by applying to; a year if paid in advance, will positively i Winn having been accepted, SecretaryC.

was to bo entitled to an additional Con J! : once taking the floor and going the secretary- expire next, Monday, Oct. 20.: I F. Johnson was elected to ,fill out w'

gressman, at the general election in straight into the details of the work' At, the close of the meeting a vote the balance of the' tem 'as treasurer;,

November, 1912, a Congressman was ORLANDO MANPROPOSES of the organization in a business-like )I Ii was':taken,by the audience to have the PRESIDING ELDERPREACHED !which, expires with the annual election j

elected from each of' the old districts: COLLEGE : way, Briefly stated the objects of theSouthei I II president of the Board of Trade appoint of officers in February 'of next '

and the additional Congressman was I i I Settlement and Development a committee of eight men, seven SUNDAY year. r7H.

elected from the state at large ,as authorized -! I Organization are: and himself, one man to serve-as Clay ,Stanford made some Interesting
by'the Act of Congress. flor- FOR KISSIMMEE, TO TEACH BUSINESS -I 1. To make a thorough-and scien- I as county chairman (;the agricultural jemarks' : concerning the
ida's present Congressmen were elected tific study of the,resources and possibilities committee, one. for the publicity committee AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 'TO State Chamber of Commerce andurged '

for a term of two years beginning' : COURSE--VISITED: CITY of the States of Alabama, Arkansas ; and one for commerce and Industrial METHODIST CONGRE-" all delegates or their alternates '

p.March 4, 1913. Their) terms do not expire .-; WEDNESDAY.L I Florida Louisiana, 'Georgia; Mississippi, Kentucky, Missouri -,'. committee, with'four others CATION. to be in attendance from Kissimmee. :

until March 4, 196.} It is plain r I Maryland, North, Carolina, Oklahoma, name dover the county to form the I 1 .- and asked that' the 'Treasurer be j instructed
that our State has.*y election heretofore South Carolina, Tennessee. Texas, Vir- finance committee of Osceola county. Presiding Elder Cason;: of the Meth- to at once remit to the Treasurer ,
provided ,for Its representation in E. Garrett of the Orlando business ginia and West Virginia, and the best This proposition' 'was carted and Instructions odist church came to' Kissimmee last of the state body the per capita;:

Congress until March! 3, 1915. college, who has a private class in Kis- practical' methods of developing the ; issued to President Trip. Sunday with the intention of listeningto tax: of the KU,lramee Board of Trade.

Intention of Lawmakers."The ,' tiimmee, :was here this week on his same, attention, 'both lett of the Board of Trade to appointthe a special program: which had been A discussion of the meeting ofth.,

Act of the Florida Legislature ; regular semi-monthly visit. I in 2.this To and direct other public countries, to the resources necessary'committees to perfectthe arranged for the services that were Mississippi to Atlantic Waterways

redistricting the State divides the I Mr. Garrett (desires to, open a busi- and posibilities of said states, organization'. in this ,city and to
State into four Congressional districts, ness college in Kissimmee, and has. and more especially to the Immense'area county. but delays stated in the Gazette' last November: developed enthusiasm: f in the

|the said Act to take effect on March proposed to the board of trade to begin of unimproved land therein. Messrs.Manss and Richardson will week prevented the opening of the movement and the secretary was Instructed -

i is under the Leglslative 1 operations immediately providedhe 3. To attract into said states capitalists he joined again by Mr. Ucker and con- church last Sunday. However, the to secure Information. to, ';
It plain
1915. \1
4 immigrants
and desirable ]
'Act that the lawmakers intended ,is guaranteed ,twenty. pupils, to start' ,. and Investors more experienced farmers. tinue the itinerary mapped out below; presiding elder. was equal to the oc- whether the Board of Trade waa expected ?

that on and after March 4, 1915,, Florida I with.Mr. and agricultural laborers. i Lakeland, October 17th.: "casion when he was asked to occupy '.to .be represented at the meetIng '.:;i.
i should be ,represented in Congressby I Garrett's terms are the same as 4. To encourage by every practical Sarasota, October 18th II the pulpit for the evening,service heldin in addition to',the delegates MN': ::5
; each of the those charged by 'firstclass'busineasschools means" the 'establishing in the several' Orlando, October 20th. the school auditorium and delivered pointed !by Governor Trammel!;from.., .:tJJ.''
from :
a Congressman the South, by October! 21st.
and his proposition seems a states named of Leesburg, I interesting sermon.f Kissimmee.. I, "
four respective Congressional districts. states or otherwise, bureaus of agri- I Dade City, October 22nd an ,
It Is to be' hoped
most liberal 6ne. bureaus for the f I The music for the service Sunday
The Act providing for the redistricting I culture and imigration Ocala, October 23rd. ,I
districts I that' the board will immediately get purpose of. disseminating reliable information Live Oak, October 24th. I Iwas far above the average-for a church, A SMALL FIRE .
of the State into Congressional and secure the required number regarding the.resogrces and ,Tcnsacola, October 27th 'I 111'1| small like Kissimmee, there
relates to the period of repre, I busy a city The alarm waa sound,d.._aboui 9
lof pupils! as a business, college in our posibilities of said states After the Pensacola meeting the'' being twenty excellent voices in the
and 'not to and maintain, so i o'clock this when barnbe.longing
sentation'by Congressmen To establish 1 morning a
i midst would be of untold value in fit be- party will proceed to Mobile to attend 'I|choir and two violinist to accompany I
election of the Congressmen. far as practical, a \ I
the time of : life's serious the Southern Comnercial'Congress.The : to Jno. R. Bronic/n'on Mabbette -
ting our young.ieopte.f tween the United'States' Government that there will the pianist, and this special music : '
work. the Governments of, the several states hope is expressed of i at''I brought forth words of commendationfrom I II 'street 'was found\ to b* on fire
elected anticipation : __ be a large attendance Citizens '
"AH officers are Jn J_ named the railroad and transportationcompanies waadonI.
- has damage fta'nelgh
the little
organization *
I these meetings. The ) prellidipgetdjr. Very :
of the term: of office to which,: offer of two or more! years sub commercial bodies real I
Our 1
i and members of the !said started one pf the most stupendoudundertakings'to No date hi,. een*.et.,.at this time bore rushedn ari4"put out ttuf.flamtfsbefore .
term at Jl.QO men,
elected to a estate netUrs'
elected. They are scription tithe Valley.Gazelle bring desirable I'
This will pOIII" Southern Settlement and Development and to Induce I to; the openings of the. new churchIowingto > : they had 'l gained tnucV!'headway
future"date. in advance, to the southern states '
to at come if paid '
begin a' the southern
: year In *
j placing I in
'' Organization, to. make'investment* In manufacturing the unexpected delay receiving t '
wa. true when Florida's 'Cyngeesman'ht next Monday, Oct. 20. before the people or capital r "
.lively, expire, country properly industries! to use up raw ma- the pews, but announcement 'The fire company arrived shortly after .

t' large'was elected;rat the November,'J ,A. S. Nelson attended the aem-an-! the werld.o'secure from the United- teriaj 'now lying idle. In, order to I will be made at soon. as posible to. the. alarm'iwas sounded; but ,the, )
t 812/flection to a term,not beginning ; 6. mate of this great movementit f
V, : ual meeting of the Florida, Presbytery Stat 's' Goveihment propen facilities{ a success .that it should have the until March' 4, 1913. and the South Atlantic ia absolutely necessary. f.l .
Pierce this! week. at Baltimore ,' r'a
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\ "There is no state In the Union where, ,'ed in any large sense. Shall :we undertake . .. 4
7 9TH ANNUALCON- canals can be, made and maintained to apply aid to ail the roads or ... -
as'cheaply as in Florida,.Congress has shall we consider this a task too gigantic { t
VENTION OF INLAND already given.large appropriations to ? Shall we apply it to the ru:
x canal projects and the Secretary of ral routes or shall we regard this, as
War has oust' recommended ?M000000 ; ,- equally beyond reason,? Or shall we a
u .: I ."' .WATERWAY ASS'N. for a deep canal dowh the entire single out certain directions in whicH I I THE URFRISETORE
11 Atlantic Coast 'to Florida. central roads shall run, and if ao, how? ,
r i Is it not clear that this .opens up a

'V< .. _. TO BE HELD IN 'PAL4TKA field where petty' politics, community ,
ROADS SHOULD interest.anlt 1 Individual selfishness ma}(
run riot? Assuming that we have I
ill NOVEMBER 17 AND 18 DATES BE BUILDED FOR 1 settled ibis, for what purpose shall '.1.1- ',

SET-DELEGATES.FROM KISS the aid be granted and in what proportion .

7. '.. .' SIMMEE WILL:,ATTEND.Kissimmee ., ? Shall it be exclusively for '
,,' USE OF -FARMERS construction, exclusively for maintenance '

!, or for both? Shall to pay ... : : '
1'1 will be represented at -,--- the entire .cost of either ,or both of 116 BROADWAY : .' : r

' [ ..the Sixth Annual Convention of the FOR MARKETING PRODUCTS these items: or.shall ,rbe, dependent ,
I :' Mississippi to Atlantic Inland Waterway 'on the equal or larger'contribution by .. II
I .
r Association which will be held at the states and communities ? Shall "" '-- ,1 <;
J l(i; ( f f i:,' Palatka, November 17.18, by Messrs. GOVERNMENT-AND STATE the aid come,through votes of money I +-0 . o. . 0 000- 0 .-.-0. ..0 II 0.+-0 0 00 0.. 04 H o.. 0. 0 0 0. 0.. .. 0. 0. 0 .0. II 0. C ,i',
( John M. Lee and W. B. Harris, both out of the treasury from the sale i IV.
((1_(+' I of these gentlemen having been appointed SHOULD WORK; TOGETHER INLAYING of bonds? "

I; "i"" .....: .. by Governor'Trammel, ] to,represent OUT ROUTES AND That the suggestion! of Federal aid Everything:'is ''absolutely new---a new' store, ': '
,1 this cityand county at the to road building raises grave questions .
.' r J f' meeting. BUILDING ROADS., and involves stock. It is !
i possible dangers, a new man and a perfectly new
I,t ; The official tall as sent out by the no thoughtful citizen doubts. Thereare
i '. '; i i: ., president and secretary of' the association ' proposals before the public mind our only pleasure and main wishes to gain your '
i '
David F Houston
I : is as follows. : Secretary 'Agriculture which would bankrupt the .Federal a
,f ; if" Pensacola, Fla. recently delivered an' address treasury<<: ; and''' suggest,'possible. abuses acquaintance and friendship. Come to see us. ",,1
I ; i The Sixth Convention of the Association on Federal cooperation, in road before which those of the worst pork- r ?
,i" I'i! f; '. Is called to meet'in Palatka, building before the Good .Roads Con- barrel bills' of the past would pale In.1 i You, will not be disappointed. ,Look over our,. r a,
vention in Detroit Mich. Mr., l ouston
< "J 1 ''t' Fla., November 17.18, 1913, 'and conclude to insignificance., No proposal which '.'
',k" in Jacksonville i in,. joint vSession said in pint; does not carry 'with it the assurnaceof new ,line and we are sure you will find something ;
1.J i, '" with the Atlantic Deeper Waterways "The suggestion of great national safeguarding the, treasury in this
r I, } Association November 19. 1 transcontinental roads appeals to my directionseems! to me to .stand the attractive in quality and price. '
I -t Leading waterway advocates o -the imagination, as does the suggestion of ghost of a chance or favorable con ,

I, ,. .l; country have Been invited to make_ ad interstate roads connecting capitalsor 'sideration.! It is not alone the fear The prices are reduced to a'very low ex- \
dresses. cities of commercial importance, to
that there would be
:, , ,1 4 {. River' and harbor improvement near my logical faculty and to the sense of'. There is the question of tent and will last untilOctober, .. ,.;
and on-the Gulf"Coast of the United pleasure that I, experience in riding This, is not the only proposal before -. .
States affects(more people than improvement about the country in my friends' au the American Congress involving the
r ,'i' ; in any other section of the tomobiles. But that the essential suggestion of huge appropriations.There '
a( r .. country, because the Gulf Coast is thing' to be done is the providing of are others which,*tb their ad- 25th.
t nearest to the producing: states 'of the good roads which .shall. get products vocates, are just as important and are
Union, and because, of the 28,000 miles from the community farms to the being just as insistently urged and ,
Ij ; ;;w .; of navigable, rivers in the United nearest station and make rural life many of the veteran Congressmen ,
., ... States, '24, OO miles flow to the Gulf more profitable, comfortable and pleas- have naturally contracted the habit .. "
and toward the urable, I entertain sort'of doubt .
Canal. no ;
of balking
automatically at such pro '
: A Democratic President with a Con- .and it is obvious that the representatives posals. Do not miss this opportunity. It's to your: ;
gress favorable to the President's of the people! in Congress are It would be
especially 'pernicious
w J views on public questions, ought to like minded. For in making their if such aid should result in stifling advantage. Be sure to come and be in time. '

wJ { give the South along with other portions appropriation they stipulated that it I the spirit of local self-help. In t.his''
of the country, when needed, should be used in improving condition
very field in
as others, the states have recently ':-:-:-."-< 0.H C--M->O- O tO" '000.0,' 0..0.
material river and harbor improvement of post roads with a view to made great* headway, and any ...
in the near future, supplemental economy and efficiency of postal de- action taken should unquestionablyresult
..' to that already proposed and con tern. livery and for the transportation of in the fostering of this spirit
-r : plated. .. farm, products to the market. Such and in the 'efficient direction of the
"' The' Mississippi to Atlantic, Inland roads are equally essential to the establishment -. activities to which it may lead.

4 i Waterway Association, advocates and and operation of 'decent Another difficulty to be avoided is M. MARCUS& Proprietor.
A works for all legitimate river and harbor elementary and \\secondary schools for the over-centralization ,of activity in '
1 f"' improvenemts, but is: specifically I the benefit of the country boys and these intimate' internal matters and
,: interested in an inland waterway from''girls. I do not eliminate other things the building up of a great and power ,
i' } the Mississippi river to the Atlantic for consideration and I do not Underestimate ful, bureau in' Washington, with an
Ocean. The project advocated by this I : the rights and ,pleasures of ever-'ncreasing control over the highways KISSIMMEE' '
r, '; Association forms an important link'jthe,' automobilists and the service they of the country. The dictates of FLORIDA

:. in the system of continuous inland f have rendered in the propaganda. for prudence and experience are that so
waterways for, the United States, because road building. far ali possible such agencies
d I may
p' It connects the Mississippi River l I There are complex* problems to be be required should -efficiently! developed -
1 and the Gulf Coast with the Atlantic ', solved in many states before the most' in the several states and that

P Coast. efficient expenditure of honey by the Federal agencies should work in,
Part of the particular project advocated states and communities for roads can a spirit of complete and helpful cooperation -- ---- .
I by this Association is now' be secured, and there are many moreto and assistance.
t, ; 7 ,; under the Federal money is applied to the
construction, and other parts be worked out before one can) The first
practical essentials in the
for whichJt was voted and Is
,have been' favorably reported by .the rationally expect the Federal govern- planning of road legislation would purpose

.r /" Engineers. In consideration of these ment largely to participate. Who seem to be to recognize the states as efficiently is reasonably expended.It clear. that for D. G G.: 'WflCNER G IHSDBOKGE I flGEICY.O
1 R I: "" facts, the officers: of the Association shall say how aid should be apportioned the smallest unit with which the Federal there must be, automatic every 1'i",;, .:..e ...
reason some, .
,; believe that the project will be reported so that, the states may, .receive I Thla ' I"' to" J \" 1'. .
4 ': in the next Rivers and' Harbors bill, equitable treatment? Shall''It' be"-apportioned would ",give relief! in''a4measure from check' upon. u:demandsjtolbejmadejupon I Successor to Arthur E. Doaeg A, ,
F if sufficient interest is manifested on equally among the stateson the Insistent demand that would come Congress and that, thIS should be .,ROOM No.,"9.1<"Second floor Citizen, Bank BaiJdill,. Plane 246 ".'
the part'of,the people-in the localities the basis of total population, farm from afforded through the requirement that -
i every township and district
every the states and the localities should
affected. Members of Congress from population, area, taxable valuation, I In' the Union for its share of state General Insurance Business, Represent .
W; the states interested, and all water road,mileage, or all these and should :or Federal assistance, without refer:: contribute an amount both for construction ing the Strongest and Most Reliable Companies.

way the advocates.and citizens interestedin Federal money be .expended exclusively i ence to the merits of the case or. the equal to and and possibly maintenance double at that least contributed We Will Continue the Business.of> the
development; of the through! its own agencies for a certain I practicability of the, Arthur E.
undertaking. 'As
I i ,by the Federal Agency Without Chanse-
country are urged to be ? government;
present system roads
or sire too be has been
I stated, of the
,many states and that in the apportionment of Your Patronage is
send representatives to the Convention improved? There are approximately now have efficient 'any Respectfully.. Solicited..
i 1 state highway departments
; possible Federal funds number of
t obe held in Palatka and Jacksonville. two and a quarter million miles of and thus afford a -
;. 1 t For information and organized basic factors such as population, area, c
n particulars, ad publicly owned roads in the nation. agencies with which the Federal
4r 4', : dress Leland J. Henderson, Secretary, Half of this mileage is utilized for could deal. It would seem that office wealth, or minimum cost of construe-, .' Every man is fooled a good deal The Lakeland Telegram correctly

f Pensacola' Fla. I post roads and less than ten per cent : the basic feature would be such co (Continued on page 8)) 1 Joftener i All than there is any excuse for, says that "a few'years hens the ]Florida '
i' , Yours truly, of the total can be classed as improv-. I operation between the states and the 1 you have to do. is to put different county without modern good roads-
. t v ,: Mississippi Atlantic Inland I. Federal !! colored feathers on the bait and hell will be regarded as' a freak county.-
' I government as would leave
i :t'; come back for another bite.
Waterway Association. Tampa Tribune.
with the states the initiative in I .
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} .Secretary. tion and maintenance as would be i .. ,

I Ii't; I. Letters are ,also_being. sent out by r : Grocery Company practicable. In the case of roads on For You? I '

Moses Folsom, secretary of the Palat 5- -101 Br which Federal money is to be expended Pennies '
ka Board of Trade,\.urging that all l adway'j'j I it would seem essential and wise that '"
\ delegates be in attendance, enclosed the Federal agency should have the
, with which letter, is a folder Operates the Cleanest Store requisite power of the approval of thselection
something of the location of the telling city and Sells the Freshest Groceries'' supervision! of the construction If eating;_the. _delicacies prepared by Make Dollars.
V of Palatka and its waterways. : of Any House'in Ki.s mmtle. and maintenance and the rightof the world's greatest cooks you can be* ...

In' this: letter is a statement that t inspection, for the plain and aim. reasonably sure of good health and
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r .ooO"oooOOOOt.i OOOO'oool, Jple I ordinary purpose of seeing the happiness.: HEINZ'S '_ And Dollars grow when deposited -
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% . Chow, India Relish, Sour Pickles! To-
..' basco and Chili Sauce and_ Apple. But '
ter ,I of this bank.

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- Top Notch, Grape Juice '
SEE Veribest A dollar will
A start
:" e -:- Canned Meats, Pork and Beans, Star.. I. ,. _
i ," Hams, Clbverbloom Butter .

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WINDOW I 'Tomato Ketchup and Peanut!! Butter. It"I' j S

; i, 'f; FOR: t I Preserved LIBBY'S Investigate
Raspberry, Blackberry, today,: prepare
Plums,! Strawberry, Cherry Figs and .

F W SMOKERS SUPPLIES Marmalade and Apple Butter.: for the Rainy. Day"

We have built up our. entire 'stocK -
to the above standards and now carry that, comes ,to all sometime,
Ift1Ii the' finest 'and most complete stockof
: ; sn1 groceries: in Osceola county. i in this life. ,Ij S
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# complete'recodification of the national fore an eager approach Into Salt Lake I'x.R.wt..tC.a..5 iA...
CORN aA ta..t.rd eA. e..f
; banking laws. Before leaving for .1 City. We only made a short stop.
( ., Pensacola he collected a mass of statistic The building I best recollect (as the I I s t1M

BE THE WHITE and literature ori the subject PEST temple was not in view) was the pew to t'f
and will study the proposition whilein depot costing $750,000. It had great f I I

I' :Florida. colored windows like equally splendid a c
MAN'S COUNTRYSAYS -\ : TO SOUTH'S 'CROPS churches might. If any Mormons''' d dI
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\ ," Representative ,Sparkman, Chairman I) were around they- looked, just )Jike:' dl d :
of the House Rivers and Harbors Committee j .. other folks., On a side track was a I r :

,"" >"', REPRESENTATIVE: CLARK I has left Washington with jnem-j DEPARTMENT ISSUES BULLETIN large "Gospel car," having: as its work,
bers of the committee for of in-'
a trip I, suppose. the spreading. 'of Mormon- -
-. spection and Investigation of the rivers I

IN INTERVIEW AT WASHINGTON, and harbors of New England. They DESCRIBING THE INSECT AND' ism.Borne beautiful and cultivated lands

will be1' gone about; a, ,week. While are seen between Salt Lake and
away they will be the guests of several / Ogden;( typical of .the 'blessing'' to hu y;
chambers of commerce other Industrial !manityof irrigation.

.i TillS STATE. and municipal.., h\at.lon.\ OF CORN CROPS _K.,Not,tarrying among the beauties of

.. .. rural life we clambered up, up upl! : SPEED

r (By WINFIELD JONES) SENATOR FLETCHER Washington,' D. C.,' Oct. 9.The i The scenery: grew wilder and the'ralJ. T.e ,

Washington, D. (i., Oct. 7.-Repre- ,J southern corn rootworm or budworm, ,,road tract was"so curved that we could : i } .a*Of* youe counvl:Lard"
tentative Clark today gave the follow a destructive insect 'that infects the !I I see the engines, pushing us along at SWJ.. .

ing interview to your correspondent: WANTS SURVEY I Ii South and especially Texas, Florida, 'I I the rear of the train; but this was not ; 1.... Their ''

"I am amazed at the complacencywith North Carolina, Tennessee; Arkansas, la I new sight, for earlier out of California ,. the one cure
which the Florida ..newspapers !and 'Oklahoma, is described a bulletin I in a region of vast mountainsand Oro ogtaph.
c I\ seem to regard the proposition to colonize i OF ; the Department of Agricultureissued the miles of famous snow sheds, I Then, too, tt.'..... !i. U.. experience .of of .ceeooedrunners
II had we thus-wound around and around who have been shooting tne Remingtoo-UMC; Steel t i
a' lot of Japanese within the I today. '
Lined Shell. since they out. ,
But there we seemed almost alone in ever : came ,
state. The insect has! a greenish yellow the |l : The cast limn. ,I.ct..'Ia.! (l np t%.eVUU _.i--. 1.1. It far ...rnrM
INTRODUCES BILL FOR grandeur Nature. Here in sll the dnve el the Uua4 ike.......
"But recently, as everybody knows, PURPOSE j cast, is spotted twelve .times and ,resembles ,: explosion
Utah we were within sight of life on .. ....
international existed the striped cucumber beetle.It I Ywsr lo J complications on jail sides. It! is a rich mining region, tveM vrafk eei.UeJ" M d--6/r"' ] ,_
account of the passage. of a law in not only attacks corn but feeds on to Year d.. ..-"..'dies*speed shells. Get ..m. Use ...... FIsjike
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the state of California prohibiting the FLORIDA RAILROAD COMMIS. wheat, oats, rye, barley, buckwheat, I i get to this mountainous 'I II Red eefl Mrk eel .. r7 fcee af shells ..d l.llirs .......

ownership of property by Japaneseand SIONERS ASK FREIGHT REDUCTIONS *. alfalfa, cowpea, soy bean, clover, timothy I wealth tunnels new railroads for the mdug.are being lit made'and is a 'I .. RemingtonArms-Union; Metallic Cartridge Co.

other Oriental peoples. We have ON ATLANTIC milo njaize, Kaffir, pearl millet, I scene of activity, but-of the kind II I 299 Broadway ,6 New York, J
one question in Florida already vetch, Johnson and
race COAST LINE. grass rape. 'had never witnessed. before. Slowly i iWe
which has been, and I must be Jn the The beetle has caused and is caus- ,\.. .. ,
crePt along; looking down into --
;future, a source of untold trouble to ing great losses! to farmers especiallyIn yawning chasms sometimes, and then j
our people, and 'it is not at all desirable (By WINFIELD JONES) i the states mentioned. It attacks .
gain close to mining hamlets S
that our aJTairs"bo complicated Washington, D. C., Oct. 9.:-Senator particularly ,the young growing corn ed along plentifully. The scatter:1 e

by the interjection of another race (Fletcher has introduced a bill, in the 1 I and it does its greatest damage in the all 'low, small and dark colored. At ,
question in our economic a 'airs. Senate to authorize the I! lands Known as. "black lands," particularly
noontime the work mules .were eat !
- 'Florida must always be. the whiteman'a Commerce through the Coast and Gee-I j: in Texas. It eats directly ing their dinners outside the miners'or }

- "country: 'and we cannot preserve detic Survey an dthe Bureau of Fish- 'through the outer walls of the base of railroad builders' cabins. There I N. "

our civilization if.we propose to eries to make a survey of natural oyster the ,plant into. the .heart, usoally'just : were marry such beasts of' burden and ft ,STOCK'PLANERS .w

allow Japanese, Chinese, or other races' beds, bars and rocks, a'nd barren. above the base of the 'roots. The female -! they all eeemed- be enjoying life I REIIAWS STEAH PEBDS: ;

with whom 'the Caucasian cannot assimilate bottoms contiguous thereto, in waters commences egg laying soon after'', just then. We went through Provo, MATCHERS "ELI" FEED RIP

to become l land owners and within the State of Florida.' This bill the first warm weather of spring.: I l but I did not stop to ,attend the Brigham - TOWER EDGER" TRi"MERS .
citizens in'our midst foIlpwpt: 'The rootworm has its 'natural en-* academy located there. PERKNQ'anENGLE!' MA CI"NEAY
I ,I Young ,
"I feel outraged;fat the' proposition "That the .,Sec'retary"of ::Commerce emies.among which are thebobwhite, :[' Having traversed two ,stretches of I ENGINES!' ap .. 40 .. sAwlltLL5

f to colonizea thesetJapaneseLand1ifno be,:and he( is hereby authorized and di'! California! ;quail.jpraitle'chick'enlWild'.,}I/a, ; lR; : I IturkeyfJYello fdesertUBe l, enoughl) But greatrnountatnawere ': BOILERS SAWDUST. up COftVETORS,l. .eo .. SLAB Lie"CAN"IIITOal sad Heavy '

,,,1 other .man'fdoesiff:! I{Intend, : |iojlnsUtute'a !! : f1 ct /fupo lthByrequest! i|ofenor |th e Gov| bcllled sapsutker rid l !; !: (!passed" behind! and we 'GASOLINE ENDIVES STEAM FEEDS
the enactmentof of the1 State of f FloridaJftoi'aS'Jsign hided r w esker m hawk kin ngeUtah
propogan a looking to p ghtJ g Centered the st ) desert. Here LATif MILLS', STAVE MILL.
a law by the' next legislature of such officers, experts,- and em- bird, red-winged blackbird7; oriole?, I 'saw hills 'of Just sand moulded into I II D"SToN SAWS"
Florida that will forever prohibit these {playees of the Coast and Geodetic Survey rose-breasted gros-beak,' cliff) swallow ,I many fantastic shapes. Irrigated 'I'II SAW "B.T" .... a" s.ake..f .

Japanese or other races which cannot and of the Bureau of Fisheries as and robin. : 'green spots, small mining towns, arid PULLEY R02EaRELTINO.
assimilate with the white race from may be necessary 'to make a survey of The bulletin: states that after having l herds of sheep seem the' only liveobjects. 4 gram.-.eet.s .. .....''

owning lands within the boundariesof natural oyster beds, bars and rocks, made its, way into the crown, of the !!.' Above, the, cloudless skies;; LOG CHAINS EVE TT CANT'HOOKII"!''fO' FOR'THIIIIAWMILL ,' TONOg .
our commonwealth."When and barren bottom contiguous there. j young corn plant the shoot is ruined around us, barren waste.. ,
- t the people of Florida become to, in waters within the State of Florida j and the plant will throw up useless For nineteen miles the train 'follows t "rU. lop li\ /

fully advised in this matter and know including the compilation of the "suckers"' which produce no earsand ,the Grand River in Ruby Canon.I Prloes --

Jr e the dangers with which they are results of' said survey for publication, scant fodder. In the, light of information I Halfway upon its wall is a black line 4 . rr

r- threatened, I am quite sure there can and for this purpose he is authorizedto Department has obtained, with "Utah" painted on the west of it, e.
* l I be but one result. The integrity of employ in the District of Columbia : it seems that the farmer's only hopeof "Colorado" on the east, and'this division

the white race must be preserved in and elsewhere! such technically qualified relief from the ravages of this pest place is called "Utaline. Next

this western hemisphere and we of persons as may be 'necessary to lies in so timing his planting in spring a long tunnel, and then comes the I -" -. .+..-:-.-.- ,
the South cannot permit any inroadsto carry out the.purposes of this act] as. nofto IubJel't.his crop to severe at- Colorado desert. Darkness settled '1' ,
be made-upon it. "That the/ Coast and Geodetic' Survey tacks. ''down over us and in it we could noteee j I .
In Kissimmee and vicinity. A hustler make
I can good representing
of- be-' Nearly all the complaints reachingthe Palisade, having improved orchard money
"'I do not hesitate to denounce any an dthe Bureau Fisheries; '
attempt to bring these people amongus and they are hereby authorized and Department from the South referto hands which sell for $3,000 an .acre. ;j the oldest attractive(1d.most proposition.modern: Monumental Works in Florida.: Write us fOf ,
our most
as an outrage and a direct attack directed to expend, under the direction : crop damaged' by the beetle in or Newcastle, where a smoking mountain I THE CLARK MONUMENT CO. Jacksonville .
upon our civilization and the .Integrityof I of the Secretary of Commerce'a sum March and Aprils Therefore, it ap: indicates where' a. coal bed, has :! FU. .43-4tpdl .;3 i

our 'race." I of money not exceeding $10,000 in I!, pears that there might .be,a possibility) been on fire underground for twenty'
carrying out the'.purposes of this act. of preventing much.of the loss to I years. Mountains with snow on their I '
Representative Clark is the |I "This act shall take effect from the I' southern corn growers I bjf planting /summits were passed at night and I Rollins ,College Winter Park Fla.

proud possessor of the pen with which date of its passage." I corn at a date that will bring the Tennessee Pass, where the Pacific f
Speaker Clark affixed his signature j) young plants above ground at .a time' Slope is changed into the Atlantic OLDEST COLLEGE AND JOST'BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN FLORIDA.

to the Underwood tariff bill. When Want Rates Reduced.At I after' most of the eggs have been d This is 10,240 feet aloft, and from vthe i College, Academy, Music,. Expression.: .Pine Arts Domestic and Industrial .... "
the House i pOKited and not so late aa to invite Continental Divide we went down the. '
back to Taechers' '"
the bill 1 was brought j a hearing before the Interstate i ;.ritBusiness! Course. .
from the Senate and that body agreedto Commerce Commission today argument I attack from the second generation-! I Atlantic" side to Leadville, a famous Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights Are' protection' tine S
the conferee's report Speaker Clark I 'Railroad which is evidentlyabroad: in the field mining town I wanted to see. When &gymnasium no malaria,' quarter-million dollar endowmentThree teachers
the bill with"much ceremony was presented by the in late June and early July. ;:daybreak came the fourth day aboard, I of music. $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two glee clubs, chorus class. ,
signed I I Commissioners of the state of Florida .- 'it to view the picturesque Sangre Superb new rooms for business school, equipped with every modern device;
and then handed the pen to Mr. Clark. against pie Atlantic Coast Line, and CIIUISTJ.ENnEJ'cm WORK was analysis of soils! fertilizers, foods, water; preparaUon for engineering j
Mr. Clark is preserving the memento !! Sanford arid Everglades railroads, :II de Cristo- mountains close by: and Macnhall : courses. _
entitled io I the : Pass to the southwest'where on iJkkes. boating, galf. tennis, football, basket ball. ,
with the he declares, Slill Eastward "
care, 'involving' the question of rates for the the C. E. Secretary I ,undenominational
thereis Christian, but
Continental Divide t
connected with the the top of the ; expenses ; scholarshipsavailable.
anything so closely is of I I transportation of potatoes to marketing Uountl. i an obserVatory station with a fine For catalogue address'
Democratic tariff bill which one !; "points north .of"Jacksonville. The of 'the Rocky Mountains.' William Fremont Blackman Ph. D.. LU D. President. r
th pieces of legislation of J full Into Utah we entered' by 17111aIZ171t
greatest to. the .night..1
,+ argument was presented I Through the Grand Canon of the Arkansas .
y 'cent years. -. ;i, commission Matton by Commissioners'A. Blitch'' and R.Royal Hudson ..,tia.t Toward! we morning'I were: "crossing'awakened! the t Great<:i ten miles long, through ravines I Y; Yi !fi! i! !h Y; !fHfi Y fi !Ii Yi Y1 $!:; !Ii.! i ! ; ,. .1 :

Representative Wilson l had\ left for I Burr, I i' Salt Lake. Of course it was on abridge )I I narrower and narrower, seemed I !H
J home after securing the consent; of i C. Dunn. but we could not see that.- j our .train to glide. Smaller and .: RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME -
Leader Underwood to be absent for al 1 i The commissioners alleged that the water, water. Fellow passengers smaller grew the bit of sky wb could !Jfi As other interests,prevent my living there. 1 offer:, for sale my .

; few weeks. Mr. Wilson has been I rates for shipment of potatoes dls-to just said the salty odor was unpleasant, i I i gee above. Finally at Par'kdale with Ifi! place on Fish Lake, four and a half' miles from' JGsiimme and edui--
and points north of Jacksonville are for but one single track, shutIn !- distant from SL Cloud. '
banking be- room
closely confined t& the but I did not find it jeo; perhaps i c
committee for several! months criminatory, unjust and unreasonable ;, I not looking as much down : close on both sides by stupendouscliffs I !Ii This property comprises over 20 acres of good land, and has t
currency Realizing that and that the rates should not exceed i' cause was Chamber of. just at breakfast i time, was entered tft! 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing., '
and in need of rest. In the splendid
|s of the hardest the mileage rates prepared by the as up. Los 'had been the famous, wondrous Royal The land .is half fruit and balance muck. Has house almost
Mr. Wilson has been one Commerce of Angeles ,i
": of the House Interstate Commerce Commission in :, which showed Gorge new, story and a'half, 30x30 ft. Has water in the house, two wells,
members pictures
worked few month ,Mr. Under its order of December 1, 1912, estab- : seen stereopticon the irrigated portions of the I I Grace A. Townsend.Clearfield (one of these is flowing).of fine artesian water, good out-buildings

kT, for thepast_ to Mr; Wilson being lishing a mileage basis for rates over j Vividly states. In these views, the.I Iowa. : barn and chicken runs ,
wood\consented to. leave the Atlantic Coast Line and other j Western a bit I County road and A. C. L Railroad run through"south end of lot
I thought
ftr.t' the
sky ,
of the coloring
::4 I dne ( roads. j cool morning on REMARKABLE with'station adjouuns! Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. '
was over. But the
vafUrths:/ really,h.rdwf.r1 been named; by Rep The .FJorida! > ,Commissioners desireestablishment over done. Salt Lake was a sunrise Frost-Sometimes one terns. acrossfriends Cloud. Title to property perfect Price very reasonable and terms .
M*:Wilson has pf 0 fa fair j rate on potatoes the great : I shall, never in the most unnexpected places.SnowTrue. given if desired. ,Apply to J. W. Prentis. Box 196. KJseunme Fla.'. .
J'' "...nta"ar1*r,Glasecbalrman "and'other commodities to Jacksonville just as gloriously bright. ; ' Yesterday'' I found 37tf

'the miftJe.'W House Banking one of a and' i ibcbnHttitteertoconsider Currency Com-: .on shipments- billed to points forget There it.was 'a hurried breakfast be- Agnes at home.-New: York Times.Y; $ 'Alfl $ t'i"Ifs. 1fi $, !limIi. !, $ YI YI9 Yi Yi Yt'jiYt lfi rz

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National Corn Show By : given the and means their surroundings of improving and. of- the third place they speak wonders for We 'ark now lining up for oar FALL and WINTER" I P1D.DtI of J'

the clob work, and anawer the Let 1&8 hear from jrou. '
DANLEY Experienced corn Florida fruits and vegetable
,,' L At Columbia," S.C.C.A., insuring housekeepers a brightfuture., .town and city women. question a'S to whether the Boy Corn Reliable Representativewanted at all hipping' station
I worth while or not. Be BYRD
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'1 sat In wonder before the exhibitionsof Club W9rk. : LONNIE
Jay yond a doubt the Boys' Corn Club Mtpd< BALTIMORE; ,Ma I
little canning girls. 210 Ucht. se..
,The following paper was read at Every state put up the bast show pos the movement Is the most beneficial agricultural -, ;

the County" Teachers' Institute held sible. They spared neither\ hard work I', delegations'from different states were enterprise Inaugurated In i ... _n + '
recently: at Vernon( Washington nor money in making and arrangingtheir I assigned to give demonstrations( Small I movement that u
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County, by JG, A Danley, County exhibits in the most attractive girls with knee skirts'go about their recent years. devotion to their --
-Agent Farmers' Demonstration Work': manner: Demonstrators in all departments I work with deftness and skill with_an j requires! energy !
the of the organizers, a
hand and were astonishing stock of self-conflience.Iseeming task on part
of'Chipley. were on
I presume the boys a'nd girls II: prepared to answer all anticipated I II 1 not to- be in the least! disconcerted system of keeping everlastingly requires at: it, I THE H. G. SIEVER

.... 'Would ,Iifte; to learn something about]I questions! and otherwise. They were I i by .the, crowds of bpocta- and it is-pajnutakinji a movement are that.and- labor:]| . .. .
---the-National Corn 'Sfiow held l r at 'Cb-j,all kept bush) There were often questions " ors" ,-who( were always gathered Tiroflnd' thouRht. But it is REALTY COMPANY .
that somewhat ', look lihd leant. The corncli\ boys on the part of the boys. I
lumbia, S. C., last winter and the asked them were to I
.. .value of such a. show to the people !I''l amusing: "Ppor things, do they mind :' wore brown caps. lettered in white, worth while. that By it will we be may ashamed be grow-to *_ NOT IN THE, TRUST ,

'I.of greah-country and being dipped.?" asked a tender hearted J and the girls had very fetching red uiff farmers I
our especially I ''10000 .r if taken at -
fifteen tock bargain once
are that they raised only ten-to ; acrc, a ,
to the 'cotton states l of.the South. woman looking into the great vats i caps. They are jolly and they Fay I .,. .. .
We aro'.grow'llIglal'm :- : :- :- :
the $5.00 acre. licre. __ per
------1-was-very-anxious-to'leartrand,see or-oil-into whichsome.cattle .afflicted here, there and 'everywhel'e After\ : 11 '
who( know how togrw crops 1, Prairie Land Oraat Hammock Lands; Timber Lads.;
immersed. they must visit ra ; Croni'High .
fpr( myself whether was a moneymaking with ticks Were soon' to be j I "school ; '
proposition whether it .''Ye 'm. but' we jest push 'cm in," exhibits methodically for a certain of, corh\, and the methods by which blg'lCJ'ol' I'I 1'0" Land at All Price and on Ea,,'TenaL' I

teas" something of real value to our cheerfully! replied the negro who was I length of time each day, under the 1 are pl'oducd'Ve need more and 2,000 acres Stock Ranch,:will exchange hall rain l lI

yt people, jo I made the trip up there soon to officiate In tho operation, "You guidance of'a state agent and one ori knowledge hl> Washington county, I : estate -: .:'* :. r : :-

; ,And found it far exceeded my expec /see dey don't ,know what's good for i i more Clcmson cadets. Then they arc we need the men who know how to : : !

(' tations. I' 'cm no ,moie'n!' .a chile what don' like i i in' for'-a' Rood time, and they" have it. 1tl'0Kuch' 'cr ps. I am satisfied, vp O =i"G sIl sizes and prices
In Prof. J. J.
t'. To say that ItI'U8 'a good ;show, to take .medicine when he's sick, nor I i They triake, thfnps lively with their have a leader ; :

,; 1 'will not: fill the billy it was simply get washed when he's dirty.".' The songs and yells, for where t.w6.5 ,. or that (cannot, be sufpassed. .F know himto KISSIMMEE .FLORIDA l
all ;
+ 'grand. There' was nothing there,, but I lender hearted woman passed on satisfied -!' three or. more are: gathered together he an untiring worker, and we I ,
I II I have to do to succeed '''Is to heed his I .. . 'if
air .
things that were purely educational. / with the explanation of the negro There was Sure to be music in the I --- -i---- -- 'J f

e, There has been only five NationaljOpni num. I j I -or noise; Each state had a good I I udvicC'and teaching:, .... . . _ ,
the States 'of both sofigs and yells and<< the -- --r. iPf I
Shows in United supply
and afternoonin
S, .. j There was speaking every : interesting . .'. I I"I I I I I I II I I I i I I-MC -I III I I 1.1 I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I II II1I f
this was the first ever held in the the auditorium by such men a's Secretary spirit of friendly rivalry was' most FEEL RIGHT ; : a
I I South. 1 .It",. proud to say that it Wilson, Clarence Poe, Bradford A cheer: for the "Ole North A. CARSON. J. A., CRANFORD.VlM-Pmldrnt.. a I* : : r

1 was the best one ever held. Our I Knapp, 'and many other noted 'men. State" will go up in .one direction; ALL THE TIME PrmMcnt. .. "/0-,

t 'National Agricultural Department Dr. Bradford Knarip, in his talk, told probably the.same time in another 'J

put up the grandest show, they ever I of a corn club .boy, who submitted part of the building the throats. of .* -

S', 'made, and nearly every' state made' something like'. this for his-financial\ lojnl younfr'' Missisftippians! ,wi1be\ Don't Let Periodical Spells of Lazy KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. '

.sin, the praises 'of the old "Mag Liver Ruin Your Temper and ,

visited: many great: exhibitions, land nothing( ; father furnished it, Cost I nolia State.; Not tg be outdone, the Spoil Your Work . ..

a ; A in my' time and this on Iby 1. all odds of manure and fertilizer, nothing; did" South: Carolina girls and boys would .

was the greatest of all.. 'Not' I not use any. Cost-of cultivation, nothing gather together and chant aloud:. a Rough and Dressed .<.> .

thing could be found there that was I I did it myself. Cost of gathering -- "Caielina." And so it goes, Tennes If )'our' liver doesn't behave rightall
not strictly educational. There' was I $2. I raised eighty-eight bushels I isee, Texas, Virginia; Georgia and Ala-i the time-if it sometimes stopS .

1. root a side show allowed Orvrthc I Deduct '$2 and I had a clear i i bama, and all the other states, were j working and. you become bilious and"headachy"don't PINE LUMBER ; n'

:. ground. I Would like to go into( de. profit of $64. I sold. .corn for .75 cents j frequently' heard from. The boys and take calomel.. but

'. tails and tell' you of the many things a..bushel. girls had a dining room especially' try Dods6n's Liver Tone. _
there, but ,will only mention briefly I prepared for them and there was noth- : You are safe In taking 1)odson'sLivet /* .
The boy's said Dr. is
report, Knapp u
a few of the'j interesting that I ing too good, for them. The boys. Tone. It's a harmless, peasant ..
saw. characteristic( of many farmers; they had a building filled with cots, where vegetable remedy that starts the t HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTYIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIH
put too low a price on their own labor. .
DoingFarming.. 1 they were properly cared for at night. liver without stirring up your whole "

i +i '_. the United, States Department of The Corn Show. The girls were well cared for at the system as-"calomel often does. It i is II I I I II I I I I II I I'J I I i I I I I I I II UI

I Now, about the corn show.( The 1 1 homes of private citizens. I regrettedthat especially good for children who needa

Agriculture best was prepared to tell you first impression after entering the Florida was notbetter represented liver tonic one in a while, but who C.:A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, Seeretar7:
how to farms and I
dairy .
t$ arrange exposition building was that it was !' 1 mean in numbers. The Holmes should not be dosed with strong drugs. I
1 had it illustrated' by a miniature' and if lacked in lodson'. Liver Tone is spld by KIs-
the all cohn. ,Heaps of corn on every county girls boys they -
S, and farmwith'their arrangements necessary, and buildings how, I, aide: Every thing nearly was decorated numbers they made it up in enthusiasm. stmniee Drug Co. This store guarantees The Waters & CarsonGrocery ;'
with clean and shut
i with corrr! every variety from ; There was half a day devoted it a open
to handle the different products of
i I of Union. to street .through the principal guarantee-your money back with a
+ in the most all parts the The great j j parades:
dairy up-to-date methods. '
had fine" wonder l is, where did it all come( from parts of the city, and everybody smlie\ if it fails to satisfy'you. Price, CompanyWholesale

+ ,1 .They shown how some best cows and we were Come to think about it, there were was there. Every line of business was 50 cents a' bottle, and your money is

barns to arrange them in' over 800 corn club boys there from I 1 well\ represented by floats artistically as safe as if you had it in your pocket.If .
the and the milking was all "
decora ted. One' float was preparedand you need the medicine you need it
of the and
; done by a machine, which milked a every part country, they and Retail Dealer In
) all had.corn. The different. states.' decorated entirety with), corn, and badly-if .it don't satisfy. 'you-your
dozen or more at a time and in apple '
too. Turn the only one on it was Jerry Moore, money back. Buy a bottle from: Kis- .
! order. also had states brought;corn, a cor-
pie They a dippingvat Q.ROCERIES-
:I simmee Drug today under this -I I
where they were dipping'' cattle ner and look again, and you see another the l lad who won first prize by producing guarantee.Adv.
sight. You see pyramids andgreat '' 228% bushels of corn per .acre. i 43-lt 838
; to rid them of tick, which attracted '
all made of cane Wheredid This float was followed by the girls
rooms .
,, a; good deal of Interest. There were I .
''r' .:, miniature stock and hog farms, showing they come from? Oh, yes; .the and boys of the canning'and ,corn 44044444040040000 000000000'000000000000000. ** *** *...> r
t how best to arrange them for convenience canning clue girls were there! lots of '!clubs, and following them were the III Orange Center 4 0 .

: and' profit There was alsoa them, and they had the goods to proveit. school, children of the county. Ev. WB SELL: 4 .. WE BUY .4

The boys and girls were everywhere erybody almost vas in that parade. 4 IIAY, -' I .
model kitchen which "
a greatly interested 0 III DES.
the ladies. The above and a and the happiest set you ever It was nearly two'miles1 long. I .mention I Mr. Gazette: GRAIN, 4 0 e

hundred aw'. Some of..the little prize winners I the above because it' shows the Here wp are, serenely Subbing up 4 '4, I 000 'FURS, .
other things exhibi i
were on
{ interest the whole is taking with smile that won't off We I' :. FERTILIZERS; ..
tion by the department to entertain, at the exposition ,school brjngs up-at country j a weal H 0 Q .
and instruct the people who visited once a mental picture of their homes' in the education Jf the rising genera. i intend celebrating Thanksgiving: Day, WOOL
4 O
the great corn exhibition. ,and the conditions in which they live. : tion in ,the science of agriculture. because we feel 1 that way. If anybody 4 HINGLES 4 : :

i Numbers of them have never been History of the Work. I Iwon"4 in. .Orange Center eVer had a 4 ORANGE qOXES, 4 4, AND .

.. Improved)daehinery.r t: anywhere to speak of before, the majority oniethlnR grouch, you would. not, know it now. 0 ? c4 + .
p In conclusion'twill!)) ellJt-YoU There"" "';'0'1 1'ido'/ lie"da"ea 4 ORANGE WRAPS; 4 4 ALL .
Th machinery ;hall .filled with j\allndsjQof&the j! L them ,haye. ., ; 4 k "},latestimprovedfarmrffivas' [|( ;; trip crossed* the borders* Mf of their /4 atrve1'tat ] : 0 h hllftory of h41 wor cn ellsth u a evea az marun 0 4 0
*JfcpM) *-"***" fl *bt O i labama In tifty l"lgh ount ell n E TABLE RATES CO NTRY ;
F o o
i', machine s: nelshow' jjl tLloolffelgood l he riTgJill spent n the Pullman or T 1 aght a' ca or i

':4 < "
4 ng'them, off to the best advantage.' stol.them. Yet' they are'. expertsBoys' forty-onelwprizeswwith'the'total. l . l\ are rr Florida, and t rsu. .
i .10 yieldof! "5,128 bushels of corn and. .'the best part of Florida. : 4fifi4fifi'0044004004 J 040040004 ** .* *..*

.. ; .. .a,- the menANon seventeen," prizeswilh a Look who's here: .

total yield of 2,058 bushels The average ..R. Leming and wife, daughter and We Jll"JI field and garden seeds of all kinds.
of the give special attention to lilting out hunting and ramping parties.
yield boy prize winners '
of Hoboken .
son formerly .N YM
arrived -
I delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12.
was 125 75-100 bushels, and the average 1 I I'e
: on the 10th. :Mr. Leniing is are county agent for ic:.oH fertilizers. Ask ua far circulars aM
of the bushels.
yield men Was 121
.. I his
building. on lots prices on fertilizer
'. : The boys won 72.4 per cent of the C R. Howey and wife, late of Snowflake 'I I . .. .
.}, and Girls', Shoes prize money, and the men 27.6 per .. "4._ ._ -.
I Manitoba, Canada, armed in -- - - -- ---- :----
These show number or
cent figures a Center Uil..1hh.
I Orange on They are
; : interesting facts. In the first place( their
''mildmg on far mlots in Sec. 25.
they showthat:, the large amount of They brought "c\'rallwnR of fine bred '

Are. here in all sizes and 'I instruction given the boys through the chickens with them. Fine Cattle .

teachers, pamphlets and 1 otherwise, I O. B, Elliot came'in on the llth

styles, and the qualities. are counts. In the second place, they from Kingman, Arizona. He l will
show that the boys and young men on build his farm in .
on Sec. 35 at once, .
i' ; . .the best that money can the tarns are more willing'to' accept then send for Mrs! Elliot. .

-- ----. -- R. O. Allison, wifeand daughter ar-f' Ranch

buy. New lines of men's rived on tho 15th to make this their '

J. 'W. Thompson future home. I

shoes are '!arriving. daily. R. M. Fleenor andson, John, of '
Ind. We have for sale 3350 acres of excellent cattle land or* a fine
Pinevillage, spent several days in
I Orange Center' this week inspecting large lake in Osceola county, Florida, the best cattle country in the
\ 1\ FUNERAL DIRECTORand United States. No
; their land. They were delighted and feed necessary except native grasses never

.. Come and. See! .-It's. pleasure to, show our good will move here ar:' soon as they can so lack for abundance of good .water. Full particulars to interested
parties. We also have ranches ranging in size from 1,000 to 100-

,' I' arrange I 000 acres in 'a body, with 'plenty 'and good facilities
LICENSED EMBALMERStore Chas. II. Ingram, of lIapson, Tenn., water, grass
Dutton-Harris C 0.' FOOT inspected his purchase here on the 14th I I (for handling! cattle cheap and to good advantage.' .
FITTERS and satisfaction showed on every line .
(, r and Chapel, Stewart Ave. of his face. This Is to be his future I' ,

home as soon as conditions permit 10 acres of good land in splendid orange district, 4 mile from'

,a +r a KIBSIUMBE. FLORIDA. Dr. Rivers of Kissimmee was called'1 Msiimmee., 6 acre good bearing grove, splendid crop this year,'

., .. - --- .-. -' - to Orange- Center on Sunday last to special price for balance of .thi month. It will pay you to investigate -
: see a patient. This was the first call This property now it u'a'bargain. '. ,
V i 40"fr "0"0"0"tt**O"0"tt1ttttt + .
I for a physician's: services in
Orange 60 acres of good land, little mile from. Ry. school and
Center for than half : over a ,
more a The
; i: There Is Little Lake Front Property : 1 patient, Mrs. Bonney, Is convalescent year. church, ajl land but 10 acres, now hat 20 acre, in cultivation

. and 'says she regrets greatly having fenced and cross fenced, about.8 acres grove, half.bearing,

; :: : Left In Florida For Sale been the one to break the record. house box 4 large room, 2 porches, table. good corn bin, '*ome

e. ,. Mr. Stokes shipped a carload: of hay very fine hammock land, cheap at 5000. Time on half or more if
C to Orlando on the 15th desired, balance easy payment plan. Good crop this year.
I: HAVE several tracts directly on the shores of Lake .

Tohopeknliga that can be reached from Kissimmee' 23J/2 acre good land adjoining city limit, 6-room house, icryants' -
WANT ADS in the Valley Gazette house barn chicken
house, cow barn, over 200 acre bearing -
t ' t in fifteen minutes. They will be sold to the -first are the means of selling and renting orange trees, and other fruit, lots of shade, pretty place owned .

person who makes a renso"oblc'offer.. Sold on property'when all other means by a widow living in Pa. Price $4500. Term favorable, fine :
'' ? \ fail. Try it once. 5 cents a line. home and good location, graduate children 'from hich school
can J
easy terms or exchange for property 'in .Kissimmee. .
.' and have them home .f
r '. I every night. Many other good bargain, write {
I ( Write Z us (for what you want, we can secure it for you. ,
at toMcPhatt \
11 { ? once Malaria orI( Mills & Fever ".,,

f '.i .'. KISSIMMEE .. .
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A , r: r . r Five or .1* doses will break .ny,' and I NELSON .REALTY; COMPANY
I if taken then a. tonic I Irelum.
a the Fever will not
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MODERN METHODS ,I many hundreds. The fire officials of, prive any pupil of this period.' Every 1 - ,' . -.. .-' .'
: the same city have branded
''ItI" (, several of sensible. person knows. the reason. ,
ARI lJEM .these ,same crowded school buildings The condition of its common school o oII
N ------5
1'y fD.IN.I as positively unsafe, and they are buildings a< they average through the
I packed fut of children ,
today. The state If no credit to Florida. As thty: ,"
SCHOOL BUILDING heating apparatus of some of these are, they prevent, absolutely Interferewith"the.
wooden_buildings,.when. it is in use, is l t -
proper progress ", _.. _. ', The ,i) -
a daily menace to life. In some of of the children. Many of them are .

SAYS: STATE BOARD OF HEALTH side these the schools building it is necessary order to pass to go from out. I unsanitary Yet these ,schools some of are them just are what unsafe.the Kissimmee

one room to-another. A',daily newspaper , people.want. 'Or,-to put It in another Company
announced not many days ago.. way, they can have just what they .
RIEALTIIY CHILDRENACQUIRE that the school( funds of this same city\want, what they demand for their v .
"KNOWLEDGE MORE READILY, have a debit balance in the hundredsof children. They have themselves to ,
thousands of dollars. The schoolboard thank that conditions ..
what ,
MUST HAVE IMPROVED i are- they :* r< *ii-r

is, calling! attention' to these iare' .- .. t ;. Now under'new t v r
cOND1TIONSAT" ,things, it urging that something be :, '1t i is,false economy to build substantial :management .

t SCHOOL. done, and the public which 'should be churches and homes and jails and wishes ": :' ',:\ "
to that '
-, Interested, .Is discussing' the ul1kn wnpossibi1itle' to permit' unsubstantial, unsafe and announce many I II
of the new tariff law, the !;unsanitary schools. It is not wise to "
\ 1 What are school for? latest phases of the Thaw case'or'the put In charge of.these schools thoseto I improvements will be, made in .

Sounds simple, doesn't it) but what's fall fashions, which seem to be infinitely \ ,, whom teaching .is merely<<: a tern- ; '
'the answer '? \ more, important than, the schools of ; They,used to be ,
places where tired Jacksonville., I better fitted for the responsibility than ,
mothers co'uld send' their children a But Jacksonville is not alone in this 'the children they presumed( to in* in order to give '
t few hours each day to get rid.of them, condition. All over Florida there is''struct. It Us blocking the progress of
- to have them taken care of and kept vast room and urgent need for better the community to elect to the school l \

.- out of .mischief, and if incidentally conditions. boards ,men who have not managed I
H they absorbed a' smattering; of the What are the requirements of school i their own affairs with at least -6om EFFICIENT SERVICE IN PRESCRIPTION-

fundamentals, so much the better, It construction, to meet the demands of showing of success, and who Seek tho I j' .

.. really didn't' matter much: either way. the educational system of today? !, position from any semblance of political I' DEPARTMENT. -. t
It's 'different now, because 'people First.-The buildings should be of! I;' motives. It is a place that should I '

'have come to consider 'childhood of I brick, stone or' concrete-never of seek the man", and not the .man the' .' ,

r some importance, as Being a formative wood. They.should be as carefully place. ,NEW GOODS IN THE SCHOOL BOOK
period with a tremendously important constructed as the warehouse in which: '
l bearing on the future. They have every precautions taken against fire. ROLL. OF HONOR .

1i realized that the child has a body; as The child's" life idTit Jeast aj 8 preciousas The"'following-pupils of the Kissinn ,. DEPARTMENT. I. jI
: well as a mind to be educated; that the a bale of cotton. .
mee 'school were n physical t weakling:, the stunted body Second.-Not more than fifty pupils j
tardy during the month CLEAN
usually houses a stunted mind; they should have their desks' or study places'in ftrd, 1913, made an" average of 90% or! I ; ,
have exaltedthe teacher's to room. ,
"job" a one
more in their studies, 'with less
t not
) profession, one of the ."learned pro Third.-The halls {should be broad ,I than, 85'* in any subject, and not lees I II AT THE FOUNTAIN. :
feSsions." and well lighted, to allow easy..and !I. tHan 95'%, in deportment: Kt. I
Today's ideas are bigger and broader safe passage 'from one room to anotheror FIRST '
", :.1 than those,of yesterday, and education to the outside, even In case of panic. Edna Cayson, Nellie Floyd, Marie EVERYTHING. FOR THE : :

.1I has,become a science. And one All the doors should open outward. Harper, Irene 'Ingram, Eva Johnson, .- 'f, 3Ni ,
I of the first rules of this science is that The stairways* should be as broad as Edna Kritz, Alma Kritzr Katie Hirtzel, .. ,.7 n ,

...I perfect health is necessary to nor they can be made, even at the sacrificeof Harold Burkam, Avery Bass, Elbert \ '

-, 1 mal mental development.. The schoolis other space, Long stair flights Crowe, David Cayson Dowling Graham 'j: :
7. ''no longer a place where t'he child should be broken by.wide landings.Fourth. Willie Joiner; Arthur McCown, Competent men engaged :in :: !
goes to. "kill\ time." The spirit of the I .-There should be windows Gideon ,,
partin, Roscoe Tyner, Howard, .. I'
: modern school,'from the kindergarten I and plenty of them, 'on two and, if Elliot Cook. all departments, will give ; : : '
n to the university is that of earnest, possible, on three sides of every room FIRST GRADE-B Div. \ ,, .;

'f broadening work, and the teacher who, I J where pupils are seated and study, Eustis Peaks, Willie Gilbert, Herbert prompt attention to any
can not inspire his pupils with this I I I and the desks should never face a win. '''Wilson, Tracy Canova! Johnson Dann, .:

'. spirit has missed his calling-he dow. The light should always cone. Arthur Flint, Edith Osgood. Edna phone calls.
should be selling things'or. followingthe I from the back or one ,side, never from I Yates, Eliza Cummings, Kimbrough tee'i"

plow-both of the honorable occupations the front. 1 Oliver, Neva Lee Harris,Georgia Fair "
but they require a different Fifth.-There should be ample toilet banks, Helen Hoyt Winn, Christine i
mental caliber than is'needed' to teach and. wash room for both sexes, con- Gilbert, Lottie Holtsclaw, Roth Starling "
"";1 the young. :' structed -with every convenience that Louise Young.. Florenc4!, Anhtnn... Kissimmee Drug Co. ";, .
The young, child of today when he 'can help to make and keep them clean Ruby Itarrelson. ,
begins his school life Is pitiably at the and odorless and in sanitary condition. SECOND GRADE-A Div.

# mercy of the school boards who have, Asy scrimping in the cost of these fit Alice Buzza Janet Graves, Carribell\ W. HANKINS. Mgr. ,

.. or have not, provided proper, not to tings is worse than foolish. The Hansel), Alma Harrelson, Louise PHONE 41 104 BROADWAYSEVENTH j
say sanitary or safe equipment. As'health department, through its inspectors Jones, Gaile LaLonde, Hazel Outlaw, \
.. the educational system of today is should exercise constant vigilanceto Anita Powers, Ethel Rogers, Oliv
vastly more comprehensive than that maintain these appliances always in Rutirer ford; Helen Schmidt, Nellie

0 0 .of a generation ago, so is, or should perfect order. Taylor\ Isabel Tyner, May Winn, Clara
Be, the school house, with its conveniences Sixth.-The heating _and ventilation Bell Yates, Eddie Bass, Charlie Basa,
.. .. i and equipment, a corresponding should be'' made'of prime Importance, Leo Canova, Ralph Guffer, Clyde Har: ..-- -
improvement over' what satisfied the for they are essentials to health. The ris, Eldridge Harris, Plese Johnson,
GRADE B Div ago to join the navy, returned here to ''Wm; Montsdota has sold the horses
parents of the 70'g or 80's. ventilation should be so arranged that George McAdoo, Harry Outlaw, Edgar
Mabel Brown, Stratton Story. see his old home and friends. Mr. which he bought'at Kissimmee.
A first class plant is required to the air of room changed Elmer Schweikart R. D. ,
any may i Rogers, EIGIITII GRADE ,,
Upton is 'on a: four months' furloughand ,11. Backoff of this place spent Tuesday d
turn out the best manufactured article .entirely at least every eight minutes Thomas, Jack Whidden, Dorsey Yates.t. Christine Ivey,'Katherine Jackson, while here tie stopped with his in Kissimmee purchasing suppliesfor
The same'is true of the school. The -five would be better. SECOND GRADE B Div. I
\" \ Ruth Howell\ Mary
Gertrude McKay old friend, F. W. Hill. his farm.
.. schools o'f today, primary, grammar' These are but a few of the, ideas,, Arthur Bullock, Clayton Yates, Fr Howell, Sadie Bryan., Guseia' Winn,
.' technical schools and universities, are mere hints, of the belongings of the Lupfer Frank Crowe, Henry Flora Weidler Bert Wells.,. --;- -- ,----- . .

turning out a better,,product,;men and ;school!; the}school: 'the,1,moron. .thicklypopulated''communities''of 'Juliani} LangfordPau.l,, !.h.9 ,,.,!.;,] SCHOCL =NINTH GRADE
l ftlllQ .
women better.equipped d for specialr? t l \'the state? Be'se'; 'j; !'Sidney'' 1\IcLaughhn ', !.. Maisie", Witherspoon !tIr-"I'"! "," ,., ,
.. work and for the general business of In the rural districts, where the'schoolsare Quirk, Vanotha Churchwell, I II -
life, than ever before in the world's scattered and smaller, even more I Witz, Delia Ledbetter, Eula Bowen, TENTH GRADE f: Listen! Our
history. These men and women come depends upon the wisdom ''and tact I I Helen Wilcox, Marguerite Duke, Mary ,;. Maurine Dann, Helen Bass, Toney ,

IN. from the schools splendidly trained of the teacher.The health, sometimesthe Roycroft: Pansy Outlaw, Ruth Herr- j Regero, Celeste Moseley GRADE
... mentally and with sound bodies to perform lives other pupils depend upon her. j berg, Virginia Fansler, Virginia: },os- ELEVENTH furoshinoods
their appointed tasks. There used to be a form of punishment ley i' Edna Schweikart. I "
-.f- That: is, such is the product of the perhaps it still exists come- 1 THIRD.GRADE\ | TWELFTH" GRADE \ ,
.f1 best schools which are modeled and where, of keeping the disobedient pupil Rutty Bowen, Alberta Sullivan, Myr-1 Alice Stute, Eleanor 'Moseley, Harold will please t
-1 managed in. accord with the furthest "in at recess." HVa delicate subject tie 'Savage, Cora Rutherford, Sallie | Buzza. you.

\ advances .of this science of education: to handle, but perhaps it is enough/ Ledbetter, Vivian Ford, Nellie\ Wood- 1 L i j
But such schools are in.the small min- to say that it is cruel and wicked, and all, Nora Lee Chauncy, Zelma Bron- our tradewill

ority and the average of school equipment the teacher who uses her or his author son, Louise Regero, Margaret Winn, II Narcoossee:J] ''i1.
in Florida is :shamefully behindin ity in such 'a way should be instantly John Lee, Robert Buckles, F. S. Le4- fA please

its progress in'other directions. dismissed as absolutely'' incompetent. better, Claude McCallister. \ Sidney, -:. us. t
Listen I 1- Sixty per cent of the school e' In the good, old fashioned days- Phillips. C. P.: Barbour and family have arrived J '\
buildings in Florida have DO toilet accommodations but not.: so good as now-the long FOURTH\ GRADE-A Div. I Trom Cincinnati and purchasedten I
for either sex, eith'ei-'in morning'and afternoon.,sessions usedto Edna Bass Eldred Flint, Mae Han- a.crfes near the old saw mill andis

the buildings: inanyway connected! be separated by an.: hour's "noon- sell, Lea Herzborg, Lewis Hirtzel, \, building: a large house j k
with them or belonging to them! ing," and each was split.near the mid- Vera Johnson, Martha- Ordas, Joseph j jSearst . TmdalI, formerly this place,' ,
This statement is made on the high dle by fifteen-minute recess. Child Thelma Sutton, Kenneth Bron- but now a resident of Fort Myers j
est'authority the state. .It's true. nature demands. more and better ordered son, Ely Chapman, Lee Churchwell, spent a few"days| visiting relatives and j I K.iIIt
Florida's largest City has not enough relaxation. There should be I Charles Dann, Lillie Hanson, Verner \ friends here. ,
seating capacity in its'white public five, or eight minutes, recess at the Hart, Charles Jackson/ Leonard Rush. Mrs. John Tison and daughters made

schools for the pupils who have a rightto close of every hour recitation period Eva Sessions, Wilma Wilson. II a shopping trip' to Kissimmee Friday.
'FOURTH GRADE B Div. Montsdoca bought two horses
such accommodation, not by a good and no teacher has the right to de- Wm. '

____.. _-_ ___n Oscar Bass, Archie Bass, Arthur "at Kissimmee Friday. !:
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}!:itt"DPa994 ton, Ralph Cooper, Horace Dann' Camp Washington, Ohio, returned here | ,
Willie Johnson, Hunt Ledbetter, William Friday after spending the summer at | stake to 't think '''find
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COMING EVENTS Milton, Frank Reed, Tony So- their northern home.,; tI {
1i pens, Norma Reeves, Willa Bass,..I Edw. Garsuch of Bethany,'Ohio, returned j the same furnishing goods1n all.stores.Our'"prestlge" .

their shadow be- .. I'oris Collins Elizabeth Parker, Blanch. here. Friday after spending has made ,- t
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Churchwrll, Lillie Rose Dann,_ several 'months -in the North looking ,
t foVe--now is.the time,to 'Gardner, Vera Gilbert, Velma Hudson Ii fter his possessions In the esteem of many .manufacturers t '

I a- . refurnish for the winter : Ruth Hirtzel, Lucy Lupfer, Doria Clarence Mille rand wife having spent
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lines that
Nickles, Ruby Oliver, Elberta, O'Berry. the summer in the North have returned of '"strong" they havegivenus ; ,

,! ;,( '! with the,needed, : to ftunnymede, where Mr. ?Miller is exclusive-"' yfor 'their goods., 53t
I' \ FURNITURE FIFTH GRADE-A Div. employed ._electrical engineer, '
i "\ ;' i ;I' NEW Nellie Bowen; Hariet Buzza, Alma On last Friday night Deputy, A. R. This 'means that you must ,come to,:us' .

\ '':'" "" ft/I.= .). '> ( Replace the shabby .. Cooper, Gladys Howell, Frances Kritz, Cox of Loughman organized a good for ,these strong lines. i
i Abie John Wl: with 17 charter : .
Irene Milton, Fred Howe, strong W O. camp
4 1 \ ):" :' ........ . looking" pieces with' a:setthatwill i(son.. . members. Much'interest'and enthus- We are "strong"'on ties, shirts, under-

ii 1 .1... harmonize with FIFTH GRADE-B Div. iasm was shown by everyone presentand ,thefurn-
, choice that cannot be -Mabel PK etz. Lucile Whidden Dorothy all\ seemed to take to it like ducksto vfcar, hosiery -everything. in ;
the -hsva furniture
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Roberts, Elmo. Griffin. water.S. 1sKing line. ) xis '
74 excelled. for variety and range of price. SIXTH GRADE-A Div. E. Waters, wife and daughter, of -
"I Jessie Bowen, this place Spent the week end with Mr, We'are,strong onJ-tnats. ;4
Some of the specials: j Alberta Anderson,
JMinkie Gardner Grace Eleanor and Mrs. Bert Gessfo'rd of St. Cloud. Buy your:furnishing'goods, hats and j'
WHITE SEWING MACHINES. Mattie Stanford q. E. Alligoo \l11lb
Graves Miriam Munger, Klssfnimee Saturday to purchase a clothes from us and you ,"stroflg"f ,

fVER" 'JOHNSON. BICYCLES Lenore.SIXTH Van"GRADE-r-B I?uzer. Dir. refrigreator. Mr. Alligood expects to with everyone you meet.. rw '

i -. TYPEWRITERS I a market in the near future. : ,
OLIVER Christine Kritz, Thomas '
a .A, Chase St. Cloud T ( O'RrD CO. ,
, Harold Fiint,''Lawrence Parker, Miss Margaret 9f ,H.' C. S j.r ,
,'Zlj t 'the1 week end with her friend, .
GRADE=A Dir. spent
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.i The '{Kissimmee, ,Valley .Gazette.. --,, i LINEN SHOWER POR . WESLEYAN' GIRLSGAVE : , $3.00 AND $5.001ADlfS'- HATS.

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-- 'WB.- HARRIS '-- - ?_.,... -" '-,.'.-'. -: :: -?- S.S ..- -. Owner--:. LvT, TilE HOME OF MISS JOE I PLEASANT ENTERTAINMENT TOL'AItGENUMftER Equal to what others charge, $12.00 to- ,'j ,

s. J. TRIPLETT -."' -. ":;- r ;--'EtJifor nd-Mana --" -' I '
: v -_2"7SUB8CmPTIol _- -. ._ a ger:1IJERTA'UR N LAST ;i, \ OF ) $20.00HOW '
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_ 4 FnATESrOn. copy=- : year i----------_ ,--: .--.,,.. ..U.ig ' SATURDAY. .1!i' MEE PEOPLE. DO WE DO IT ?
_ S One copy,. al! zmontn ___...._.-__ .75 One copY. three month, ..--- I .. .
e _-,- .,___ :-,- J __ ,' 4 ., 1 .. -"-- I. Because we buy and sell for cash have
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In I The girls' of Wesleyan
All communications, exceptfromouf a tbortlll'cI'Correaponclent.-mu.t i
'Saturday 'afternoon Miss"! Joe
al&'ned. by tbe writer. L j the .Methodlst Sunday school "gave IB low rents'and general expenses.: .
,', ", R.Jecte I matter -",111.. -not. returned.. nnles called for. .. I,jlierta Bryan entertained a' few girl social at the home of M& and Mrs.J. ,
---- -- "- -' ---- ---.- {.friends with a linen shower for Miss Z. Roberson last Friday evening, Send Us Complete Description of just what you want'and
Entered at, the PostofTIca In Kl.,lmme ,. FJo'rlda, ... econdrcl.. mall "' &tt.r. 'which was well attended and enjoyedby
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'. ., --_ ,- Batfi May Graves. 1j we will get you up a perfectly stunning and
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t : . FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1913.n j < The gue,, s' 'were received on the A pleasing present.program was renderedand to you c. o. d. Parcel Post." .

:...:..:_....-. -'"-- - --:- =='- = ---'-'__-7-F:: : ,- -".""" ._ _-.- -,-_- '-spacious;' veranda of the hospitable a neat aum was realized for the No Shoddy Goods, but the very best that our,cash buying, -'
'. ., I Bryan home where they served funds of the ''class. I
"LET THERE BE LIGHr' IN KISSIMMEE | were power can procure. to
I, S I with punch by Misses Maurine Dann The program'as rendered follows: EXTRAORDINARY PLUME BARGAINS t <
and Ethel
1. Duet--Maurlne Dann
\ The progressive merchant has long; since-learned that a well lighted storeroom. I !I and Ethel Gilbert. When'all had as- Gilbert. Most Gorgeous Line Ever Brought to Florida. "
: i. both day and .night., it a paying proposition compared with! the place sembled Miss Bryan announced to Miss 2., Recitation-Ethel Lee., j j3j. A Beautiful Plane, all colon; 17 ia. bag 8 ia. wide $ 5.00 ; )

; U J with bad light by day and practically none at night. I Graves' that .her laundry was ready 'Instrumental l solo-Laura, Thom- I. Other store charg yvm 't',:tr'

; "1},t. An evidence of this Conclusion may be. seen in.eities of any stie.. Kissimmee -'to be l inspected, so, headed by the as.' 4., Recitation-Ruby Prevatt. A Beautiful Plume, all colors, 15 in. loot, 7 in. 'wide .. R.oo J

", included and proposition ha become recognized l as a paying Invest-- I hostess and honoree, the jolly crowd 5. Duet-Blanche Ingram and Ruby Other: stores chart yon $15.00Jacksonville I -1\\'
c ment. of girls filed into the large living room Prevatt. '
Customers. 1'1''
f Our Best References are our
From the standpoint advertising. the well lighted street has been given where lines full of snowy linen were 6. Instrumental-Helen Bass. j :
) stretched. For few minutes all 7. Vocal solo-Leona Roberson. LADIES'$3.OO.: & $5.00 HAT STORE' 4 ''
;; more attention of late than other means of boosting the smaller towns of a were ..

!tI : T ''Florida! but in this latter proposition our city seems to be behind the time,1 :; -: busy admiring the" dainty needle workon the Ice spacious cream and lawn'cake of wee the served Roberson.
:\ ,', Every day some progressive city Florida- perfects plans (fora "whiteway the many linens. i home, Miss Mattie Hello Harris Irelen 24'1E.'Bay' Street, '. Fla. .';I'
, On ,of the hostess Miss Marie Bass and I Kthel Roboraon being in % fN
: t and while Kissimmee has a reputation for doing things. this all-important I\j' request ,
S: public improvement has been apparently lost sight of. lluddleston escorted the brld"etobe !'Vhurire of that part of the affair, and ,r---...... "', .

-c\ ,. As an argument in (fajvorof the immediate installation of a white way in :i to the seat of :honor under theflowertwined free punch, Mrs.was 11.served M. Pfann to all and the Mrs.'lIuests:John -\:: _, _- ':;', .

{. 1 ,Kissimmee. can be sighted the fact that Broadway is the worst lighted 'street chandelier; before Miss I McPhatter presiding over the bowl .

-k; :J in the city at night except for the few stores who.are progressive enough 'to'' Graves was fairly seated; the lines and the serving. I The Local Fj IA .1 4.'T.\

,, tll : have extra lights in front 'of their places of business. were clipped and the whole mass of nerve'"The much girls of credit the Wesleyan for the; success class de-of Citrus andOrnamental a -i

r j I I "To a stranger coming'here' (or the 'first time this neglect df E Broadways ;j linen ..WIS'fairly showered; upon.'her this: entertainment; and everyone pros-

3 j \ ', .lighting is at'.once apparent having beenfavorably impressed by a day's toiir i..shoulders, lap and head. The cuttingof ent was delighted with the pleaunntI I "Aladdin's Awakening Saturday TreesHedge :,

I over the city the visitor is at once struck with the' idea that there is something the huge wedding cake afforded i I! evening"afforded them. I at"the Dixie. 43-H1
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S wrong with the progress of the city.. when the shadows of night creep in and much 'merriment, the thimble being > or - I :

,t Broadway is found almost in the shadow of darkness.. This condition alone :cut by )MissJean Thomas, the dime byj 4Our offer to't of t IHO more yearn subscription Heinz' Plckletr"all. vafictleM, at R. ,S. Shrubs and Flowers :1
the I Valley Gazelle at $1.00a
should command immediate attention, I.Miss Ruby Ellis .and the ring by- Miss 'FloIe- 43tf ----
; 1 S- But taken from an advertising standpoint what will produce I I Mary Carson. Slips of paper were year if advance will positively .
new customers expire next !\Monday Oct. 20. Kev. L. 'E. Livermore, Mrs, Livermore Twenty-five dallara expended on
( for a store will produce new residents for a city. The lighting proposition -[f distributed and each, girl wrote mysterious ,, and Miss Florence Ely returnedto ornamental trees and shrubs will J.

pays .merchant big returns. and the same result would accrue to' the I .names which were to '>e LAYMEN'S !MEETING\ Kissimmee Wednesday from Connecticut enhance the value of a small lot f
city were! a white way installed at once. "dreamed over" with the cake by some '
where they spent the Hum,- one hundred dollars In the space -
\ Statisticians have given out the facts that every new settler in a community; other girl Our next meeting will\) be held at the j mer. of twelve months Coma, l let 'us {

i is worth $500 if a ;single person. and $1.000. if married. Taking the estimated The color scln-mu of pink and white Pastime theater in the .Fraternal consult together-help beautify

.. : .. cost of the installation of a white way at $5,000. it would only be necessary was beautifully carried: out In the decorations building, convenient for all, will be led Sweaters for ladies, misses and children city and add to our values.our '
' property l'
I ,,' ,' to induce five persons to become. residents permanently to repay the city's ex. of the living room which was by A. S. Nelson assisted by Howard at The Woman's.Shop. 43-lt ,

t' penditure. all car aUc) s. The refreshments: consisted Elliot Cook, Louis O'Bryan Jr.. and H. Edmund .
S I G. Wilson and W. of Swabey; Agt'
T. Morrison
iU S Additions must be made to the lighting plant of the city befoVe( the winter of ice cream moulded in the Frankie Reed. Subject the Life of C. .

'i 1"" season is well on. and it would be unwise on the part of council not to make form of a pink rose, and pink and Moses. Some- special music has been Liberty county are in the city for a Residence 9' Orlando Ave.

i.., improvements sufficient to take care of increases for several years in the future white cake. arranged and it will be the desireof few days and if they find conditionshere P.'O.l625: 'It

.1 J' 1. and this question of f the city's inability to supply the necssary power 'would be i The following guests were Bidden: I all the members to make this meeting that the) ,expect, willmove, their

'1 eliminated. I IJ Misses Mattie May Graves Nannie as interesting as possible.. Lust I! families to this section. Mr. Wilson -

I J .:j, We agree with a certain gentleman that the present council is not altogether [ Reese Ethel' Wilder, Mildred and Vivian Sabbath the attendance was large and !;| got hold of a copy of the Valley\ Ga- -
Lee Carson Makinson i zettc some weeks ago, which induced -+++++.++...-. f
Mary Virginia
I' to blame for the city's financial) condition. but'we. can state without fear of contradiction I an excellent meeting was enjoyed by I fl',
_4 that the present council has ...6Id n opportunity to push Kissimmee I Ruth and Jean Thomas, Ruby;; Ellis all present. The time has been slightly ;, him to come and make a persona] in.-

: t to.the front that thyey} lose, .Bight of in! their efforts to cut down city Marietta Pfann Alma Griffin I changed for the Inciting, will begin |: vc.lIti alion. it

4, t expenses. It is false economy to curtail public improvements in order to reduce Marjorie Belle Bearden, .Louise and promptly at 3:30: Sunday after- Marvel Flour new Spring wheat pro. ; Highest Prices Paid {:'

1 taxes. .. Maude Thomason, Verna Holt, Joe i noon. Come out and bring ) duct at K. S. Floyd's. 43-tf i'iJ

: I -' Kissimmee MUST have a white wayl! Berta Bryan; Mesdames Copely, Gay I friends encourage a good cause .our'J ';- FORCrossTies j. .
. W. W. Carson Mrs. Minnie Roberts of North Carolina '
.I Livingston, Marion your presence. W. II. Jones .
j I Parson, G'eo. Sawyer and N. -C. Bryan; and, U. C. Smith' of Chicago, became i iI

: t' NEW MUSICAL 1 JONES-MILLER 1 I Misses' Ethel Gilbert and Maurine NOTICE FOR BIDS J owners of five acre tracts and) a .4
Dann. lot each in Th'urman this
:. t t. SOur Sealed bids will be received by the I City I Trices:: delivered Tampa -'
,: ORGANIZATION I WEDDING SUNDAY City Council for an 8-inch driven well.1 week. Thurman City is KissifJmeo'sI '7x9x8% Heart Pine - 63c ,
offer of two or sub. I newest suburb which U -
. more years j being developed '
t. I Bids must be in by 7:30, Tuesday, November xx4( ,Heart Pin 48c
: scription to the Valley Gazette at $1.00 by; the Ottceola- Construction and '
Hh. Council reserves the 6x8x8 Heart Pine 4Sc: .
!' /FORMED) IN KISSIMMEE MONDAY CEREMONY PERFORMED AT THEf L fa r year if paid in advance, will posi-j' right to reject any and all bids. Developing Co., of which II. W. Thur- I Liberal Inspection and prompt returns j
EVENING TO .STUDY VOICE lively expire next Monday, Oct. 20.: man is president.
HOME OF TilE BRIDE BY i . j' T. M. RIVERS, '5'.
5' : 'AND INSTRUMENTAL. REV. WITHERSPOON.At I j 43-5t Chm. W. & L Committee. I '
( I Clean cool and light-Dixie.. 431t "
WESLEYAN: -BARACA j II American Tie & Timber Co. :;

. V 'The newest organization in the so- the home of the 'bride's I DEATH OF AN INFANT I 1S.. Gilbert and II. 'M. Katz, of .

S cial the life Kissimmee of Kissimmee Glee is be A knownas meeting on Main'street last Sunday, Miss parents Corrie -; ,. NOW THE NAMEiOF Died, on Sunday, October12th, atthe.home Kissimmee, were in the city yesterday :Ship us your ties. "j
Elizabeth Miller in business mission I 42-2t
r ,was held last Monday at which wedlock to Sam H.was Jones joined of WatertownRev holy . of, Dr.,,M. J, Hicks,'the in- on a arriving Friday 1. .. '
I steps'were taken to perfect such ,an '- nightiaridjreg t !:!nglat the DeS !.o., : I
W. B. With : '
k- organization for the purpose of devott the Presbyterian church rspoon pastorof : CLASSES ;CONSOLIDATED Tr BothTenUemjtate that Kissimmee oo"ooooooooouO uoooou: :; \
t .Jing time to the study, of voice culture"The hIUliiuiLAST.SUNDAY. ar."J: 'J t'
',' > bride was gowned in a traveling appearentijierencing_ no l kt ip j, __ .
,' , ,, and i instrumental at stated music'and'torebearsala periods to prepare\ dress of Copenhagen blue, cloth; with a , . OureroLiwo! or moreyears! sub- rthgeneralp!O perity $how!red "....,. ...'".'" _' -, --, ."' i,,
; S the club for future engagements. is bouquet of-bride's roses. Miss Miller 1 scrip!ion to the Valley Gazette*at $1.00 upon the"'City'' and fi mediate ,terr1 "
the only daughter of Mr. J. W. Mil- -
: Paul K. Weaver was selected president ler and has a host of friends in this a year if paid in advance will ,posi- 1 tory.: -Tampa Tribune,' Oct. 11.' R. F. PARKERHlTAILOR t
J. M. Tayloi, secretary, and a : At the meeting of the Wesleyan ,
section. She has a fine- musical education lively expire next !Monday\ Oct. 20. -
committee composed of W. H. Jones 1 having been connected withthe' and Baraca Classes of' the Methodist I j i,, A 5-reel show at the Dixie Saturday. :
and' J, W. Prentia was appaointed to music church last 'Sunday it decided : .
department of Columbia. was to IT PAYS i! 43-lt .
draft a constitution and by-laws for
College at Lake City. consolidate the two and the class will
'I.I' the Carson club. Farmer was named librarian Mr. Jones claims the distinction of now be'known a's the Wesley-Baracas. Why did those old Egyptian "kings I A'. S. Gilbertand son, of Kiasimmee, 11 I Darlugton Avc. 'I'
being of the :
'I a nephew noted Build and Other
evangelist pyramids
I '5 and J. M. Taylor director. The following Sam Jones and is a prominent The Knights of Wesley class has things were among business visitors from '
f have become members of the business been conducted by th'e of the Why did they proudly carve or paint lively Kissimmee 'I
) young man, being connected pastor spending yesterday
h clubs A. S. I. W. obelisk
Nelson. Prentis P. An with
I -- with the East Coast Lumber Co., at church,, Rev. J. D. Sibert for many figures quaint? in the -city. Mr. Gilbert states "that !!
K. Weaver H. S. Geiger, Carson Farmer Watertown. Why did some Roman monarch raise i FRUITS
, ; 1':5. . ,. W. H. Jones, G. L. Churchwell Immediately after the weeks and has grown to be one of the A circus in Kissimmee is enjoying the best of ,
ceremony the those good old days?
-'h':,. and J. M. Taylor. large classes of
happy couple left by automobile for young men, while the everything that business is good in i
, I' S The next meeting is to be held at I I Daytona and other east coast resorts. Baraca class!! was conducted along the Or keep a host under hire all lines with prospects of an appreciable "
j , \. the Presbyterian church next Monday Mr. and Mrs. Jones To .sound a complimentary lyre ?
are now at home lines ofthe ih'trenational Baraca increase now that the tourist !
'.:' :' evening.: _ _ _ I to their friends at Watertown hotel. movement but the men's class Why did old Caesar late, at nightSit is VEGETABLES -
young season drawing
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couple have friends who ,
, t ELLIS-GRAVES WEDDING'Contributed many up describingeve"ry\ fight? ,
j extend them reaching stare in their studiea_ where_____ bune Oct. 1 '"
cnmrratiitaMnns._____" _n_-. n Or Alexander make that bluff ? I j j "- .8. II. A E. II. FROST- 1.
promotion was desired a consolidationwas
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-, S On Tuesday evening last, at. 6:30 I Our offer of two.or more years subscription effected whereby the two classes ,[_To And say "the world's not big enough." New 'Bulgarian bands at. The Wo- | Commission Merchants, & jm"

', o'clock Miss Mae Graves and Mr. Ver- to the Valley Gazette at $1.00 will continue to work along the lines' us who, view the. modern game"And man's Shop. 43-lt !' I860. Shipping material free '
,_ ner Ellis were quietly married at the a"year if paid in advance,' will posi- of the regular' Baraca movement.I I see how wealth is wrung from i, ;|j|

bride's home on Clyde avenue.A lively' fame The 319 Washington St., Cor. Jay St.
few close friends of the expire next Monday 'Oct. 20. Officers were elected as follows for I I splendid .opening held by the i;! ,

''I had assembled In the large youngcouple living the ensuing yean W. A. Gustus, I The answer need not cause surprise store_ of M.-Katz on the 8th.. inst., was | New, York. lftj. ;.
when Miss CARLOAD OF BURROSA I It afyaws pays to advertise well attended and the '--' 5
Ellis _
rooms. Ruby. president; E: L. Johnson, vice"presi-i attractive store I - -- ,-- '5- --- -;=-- '
- I atruck up the wedding .march and the carload of burros arrived in Kis dent; Will Mason Tiller, secretary; I -Roy K. Moulton. rooms.were teeming full of the latest ADVERTISED LETTERS. ; .-
bridal :
r pair entered preceded only by simmee yesterday for the Paul K., Weaver treasurer .Prof. fashions for fall and winter wear. The "Ii' :
Carson R.
the maid of honor, Miss ,Marie.Iluddleston. Cattle ; j "G U L -' TO ATLANTIC LINE" I \, I
: Under the evergreen arch Rev. company, and are now at Marion M. Evans, teacher; Rev. J. D. Sibert, Write J MewKi-!?' Katz were .well\ pleased with I Remaining. In' khe. Postofflce at Kl.- ;
A. J. Holt was awaiting them and in Carson's place about two miles southwest assistant teacher; Earl Cowger press | or Menge Bros., Fort the large number who took advantage. j' simmee Uncalled For, '

young a few pair.well chosen words united- the :I IS I of the city, where they will be reporter; Clyde Buzza, librarian. !! Ule Myers of, steamers Fla., for rate Suwanee of fare 'and sched- I of this opportunity to see for the first I I Oct. 13 1913. : ,, ,

kept for'a few The constitution Ott, and Corona | time all the newest creations I : I
The bride was modishly and becom-i days before taking them' the Literary and j plying between for the I
Fort .
S. ingly attired in a golden brown eponge-,I I,down. on the range. Debating society of the class was read Lauderdale viaHhe famous Myers and Fort season's :; ,5 'I/ going-away gown, with shoes hat and There and adopted'and Harold Caloosuhat- | !
() are thirty-six burros in the Huzza wan : ending Oct. 27th 1913.
,- r gloves to harmonize. The maid of chee, Lake Okeechobee.Everglades and Since the Kisimmee : '
bunch ; Drug Co.
) nearly all of which elected chairman.of the I changcd
were Jennys, society.All Arnod'WL: "
honor was lovely in white de Drainage. Canals. Ifaynea. S TMill. j
crepe I|('and most wonderful < hands J a few days ago its place of H row n, Manuel .
:. chine with trimmings .of lace and they wer..e shipped hero from Okla- youhg"nen of the city over'theage I J U
er- scenery in America. Wild'bird I business has Ttrown Ml Ida hughes, John
{ mine.Both the bride and maid oft | l lorna' We understand it is the httentro'n % of 16 years are invited to become and j| undergone .decided URrtl"r' Henry II ulhe., John
honor carried large' arm-bouquets of I of the company to experiment:; members of this new class, wnich will I game life'in profusion. Seminole i; change for the better. A new tile Flonl. Hoove" John
I Miss
Marechal Neil ros!*"'; Indians and alligators. 42--tf 'i floor has been Rthel Keys A CMcnell.
,'. ",5, with them \\n raising mules fo market meet each Sunday at the Methodist I, laid, the walla\ have been Hurk John. J >
After receiving congratulations the I --- ((Veshi'm-cl nrrckenrldirp. W t.
S I with tinted calsomine
i'Y'. : newly wedded couple left. for the depot I on the range. /( church at 10 a. m. The'-booster edition of the Orlando and Hro k... 11 K Wear*. W n

J., amid showers of rice.and roses. This experiment, we belie, is en- Daily Reporter-Star (is on our desk I I the shelving and soda fount'have put Orlxncr Hronnon. Albert Alfred > 8haw feeder., Mlai O W Pennl'

't: : .. The bride ia the oldest daughter: of I tirely new in the annals of th&JUyefc'tock : I! 1 Our offer of two or more years subscription and is one of the most attractive pub- on a new coat of the purest white Kdwarita Mr*. Hohlnaoni Clay
: Mr. and Mrs. Ross Graves and lications ', The Minnie + Htok.'... Mart1o'.llInu.
:; a well deserved enjoys ; industry in: Florida and 'will be/j to.the Valley.Gazette at $1.00H It contains we have seen in some time. I store now presents an appearancethat Miss Ila'Finer.. Herbert
popularity among the watched with a deal of I I H if paid in twenty-four pages of well would be a credit to city. chrl Warrend. Jeff
great advance
here I interest year will positively any
young people as the many prenuptial -! written descrintive matter profusely llnnrurk, Mr.. Wlnejrard. O 0
,./ affairs in her honor witness. throughout. the state. 1 expire next Monday Oct. 20. I illustrated with interesting pictures 101 lIzq 1 Yates, Miss Clara,
-'F Mr.. Ellis is the efficient city elec- I '----- I I i of the scenery buildings arid I j MUSICAL MATTERS Hardlman; Mr. Hell .5 t 5 "
leading M..ry'
trl lan and is well known and liked in CITY. TAX BOOKS TAX NOTICE. citizens of that city and Ju Yates, W TB. )I
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business- circles here. .. county- I '.
I diciously distributed B. SIMPSO.Postmaster..
WERE this With the ,
ACCEPTED !!! The Tax Books'of Osceola publication return of R. DeWitt Brown .
: The bride and received County will -
groom many produce ten times. the results the .
4' handsome-- and useful presents in sif-1 I I will be open for, collection of taxes I same amount would I from his summer vacation matters- : :
| on. expended n adver. I
f," ,t >ver, linen and cut glass; these gifts i I I Wednesday the City ; 'M:S 'they expect to put into immediate USA, I Ii I adjourned session to' exanTine thi 'tax furnish estimates. A -oQ-__.1- ACQUITTED I
i mm they .will go to !, books of the city of ,2% I HAVE 107 S News has reached
Jtousekeepingon ': assessor preparatory will be allowed on all taxes acres-of first'class' unimproved The High School orchestra has been .that" ,
their during the
; return from A '.'to
'f days trip to receiving them as 'corrected land I the large number of fishermen arrested
v; f Tampa Pass-a-Grille apd other points and month of November. on road and reorganized and Is now having regular M if
: certifying them to the tax collector .' within three-quarters mile practices under by the authorities Palm Beach
; r. on the coast. All licenses are now due and oa of Mr. Brown's direction,
must be X
';. STOCKHOLDERS i in. order that he may begin work of I paid promptly, I city limits of Kissimifce} that I will and th,' ;regular city: orchestra, composed county for seining in Lake Okeechobee -

MEETING ,collection in plenty of time. I C. L BANDY, Tax Collector.437t let some one ''have s t/ti' real bar- of some of Kjssimmeo's best the past summer, were tried; 'and

L L The regular annual stockholder There were many changes made S : gain. Will sell all or arC :il.. Larry musical talent,, which' has proved acquitted in the criminal court st Palm '

i, m.etlngpfths Ja..tziuri..lce A Cold from the original assessment, some Pope, Loughman,-Fla. 42- t >invaluable for state occasions in the so Beach jthls week. ,,"> S
: Storage Company will be held In thoffic ductions and many: small offer past, will soon bgein We'are informed the'court' dec1dedthat. -'
o(:,'the Stat Bank' Building at but the meeting "Wednesday re-I to the of two or .r.7.. subscription Oar offer of two or more years subscription ' l ..Mr. Brown baa also practicing, taken again.hi. at-fih a'r; notfood'fish.. '

Klsslmme. Florida at 8:30 p. m., on Wfs a final hecldne' p of the'... Valley Gazette at.$1.00 to the Valley Gazette at $1.00a I class on the violin ,up.
'. October 1013. a year if paid In advance, will positively again and opened HENS, WANTED-Will buy from, 6 '
:Tuesday, 2ht.,. 43-lt sor's work> 'eat If paid "In advance, will posltltelTexpire his studio -,
: ," ., expire next at the'residence of/J. Mc-
Monday, Oct. 20.J next to 12 yearling hens if hens and price
Monda","Oct. 20. I I iphatter; r- "'f '
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4 Telephone, No..11. section, TV,, greeting his many friend. Our offer .f, two or more years subscriptfon .' . -- .. .. ". 1,,'
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Kissimmee last Valley Gazette at $1.00 ,:
.w Published' EveryFr4dij By Monday.Hon. a year If paid In advance, will post l ,; ,'- ,.' " .f;> < ". ,, ' -' ; 'oj" ,. ,>"., ', I

".. f W. M. Jt KK1s.:: C. A. parson returned home lively expire: next Monday, Oct. 20. , .., V "
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yesterday from ten ,- V .' "",
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. days' business L. .
= '"- :; R. Walker hat .
accepted .
trip to New; York. a position ' :
I as bookkeeper / V V
'i for the Kissimmee Drug .
H. N. Bratton has sold his 'Co., haying assumed his duties \ 'V ",
splendid last 11 'o'of 'Vrii I "
t oJ Weather Report grove property in the Shingle Creek I Monday. our V .' / .
.section to_parties In South Carolina. Grand Chancellor . '" jI "
W. J. Sears
will '
bi Following the daily UraAjeraturee C, H. Estey returned to Leesburg leave Sunday-evening-for Jacksonville, \. 1i . lit:'f
!; kt and where he ---:1.: 'j'- : : -..: .
., c.. ; precipitation u Monday after spending Sunday in the will attend" a special meet- yeU] :
reported by the Governmrat city"rfth his family. inf of the S. S. Davis lodge' Knights "

', .I : station at Xlsslnmee tor the Pythias in that city. , :5li 1'V
week ending Oct. 16, 1913. Our offer of two or more'years subscription '
to the Valley The Postal Telegraph Co. :
oJ Gazette at $LOO opened si Shapesin
: Max. Mln. Rain* a year if paid ,In advance, will posi- branch office at Winter Garden Wed. I ': ,
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I Friday .. ,:,90 63 nesday and
--- lively expire: next messages can be
J Monday, Oct.; 20. now Vi
; /I' ; )Saturday ____ 90 68 III handled over, that line to OUT neighbor "745r"

f,;>f' .< 'Sunday ,_.+... 89 65 ___ P: A. Vans Agnew, E. G. Vans Ag- city., / FALL ,,' '
j I Monday) ..-- 89 68 new, R. W. Melklejon, A. E; Donegan V ,

'ii;: t _..___ 81 59 !rruesday r-- and W. B. Malcinson,spent, last Sun. G. A. Sharp, formerly :resident "
Wednesday1./ day in Jacksonville! ager for the Hunter Land CoO,but man'I'I 4 "
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... ? ensraired in thJacksonville real .....t... 1..1,6 \i HATS STETSON
1 j 'a., T .u y ,--_- Du OO ,?_ t Our offer of two or more years subscription .. spent- a-day or. g so here:' I , , .

.. to the Valley Gazette at $1.00a this week. .. ,. I ,"

year if paid in advance will 0,

1.i' I:;II II II I I I I I: I I I S expire next Monday Oc 20. J. II. Allen, wife and mother-tn-law,
z Mrs! :,S..L. Carson, arrived in the city j j'i ;/ <.,
1>lr, and Mrs. Ed. Donegan and last week from Redlands : : : "" ',
California T' '
: LOCAL FIELD .' '\ ; Shown in ;
f; j daughter of Waldo, arrived in the city and will probably make their home In : \'i;: all fashionable colors ,'

.." last week to spend' a few days with Kissimmee. , '
4,1-, relatives. ,(, ,0,V V
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,,, Alex J. Oakley and bride, of Sa. V V '
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", W. II. Brokaw with Gritting I roth.I Our offer of two or more .years subscription vannah, Ga., spent a few days in the S .S,. S S S, "- ; -----, -- "",,, VV .5 S : t\.\ V V

"' era, the tree-people. -40-tf., to,the Valley,Gazette at $1.00 city this Week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. .. ,. V ,, ', ,
1 year, if paid In advance, will positively G., LboSawyer: the bride being a sister -" 'I- ,'

', .'Your dime's' worth every'tTrteDixie. .__ expire, next Monday, Oct.' 20. > of Mr Sawyer, "" .. ',

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J. F. O' erry, J. J. Griffin and' ..1.i T, S. Oliver bought out the interestof V Klathing Korner : -

t New hats for men and boys. 'F. H.Lawson. i D.: Woodbeck are spending few dayson W. O. Thomas in the Star pressing 1. .if.
::, 43-lt .I the 'east coast, combining businessand club last Monday and moved the fix- V

I pleasure. tures to the old Valley Gazette build k j jr
: Marvel Flour, new spring wheat
pro. f
ing to consolidate .
with "
:. duct, at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf Our offer of two or mqre.years sub- he is conducting there.,the suitatorium : -, .. IV ,4 ,j j ji
scription the I
I H. M. Breaker was a business visitor to Valley Gazette at $1.00a -'-
: year if paid in advance, will-posi Cards have been sent out !i V :
: to Lakeland,Tuesday. announcing The annual S SV
meeting the Kissim-
lively I expire next Monday, Oct. 20. the coming wedding'of Miss Camille S
mee loe and Cold
Storage Co. has been
Marvel Flour,new spring wheat Morrison daughter of O.A.aSOt-f: *, < .
product drs. Alma T. : p I" ,
If it's the best tombstone for the postponed till the next Tuesday, Oct.
.' , at R. S. Floyd's. -43-tf least Morrison, to Benjamin Shave Butler, 21st, when it is ::t:: 'a S V
money you're looking for, W. D. hoped there. will be a ,
October 22, at the Morrison
Men's, women's and children's,shoes.F. J, Sumner has 'ft. White Bronze for A'derhold St. home, 304 full a attendance. S Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency .

H: Lawson. 43-lt your order. 42-tt
I G. F. Kribbs was called to Zelien-

Born to Nr.'and Mrs. Henry Ault- Our offer of'two or more years subscription A. E. Knight, representative of R.',ople. Pa., the latter part of>last week .., State Bank Bunding, V 1

,1 man, on Tuesday, Oct. 13,' a to the Vallet Gazette at $1.00 G. Dunn & Co., with headquarters at by the sad news of the death of his

a year if paid In advance, will\ posiively Tampa, spent several days in Kissim i I brother, Rev. J. A. Kribbs, and will\ fJ
f' Heinz Pickles, all varieties, at R. S. expire next Monday, Oct. 20. mee this .*ek getting a line'' on the i not return before, the first of next 'Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fling, accompanied Graves. Much of the dainty needlework V ..
f Floyd's. 43tf financial standing of local business': week. by Miss Lilly J. Fling and Wil-1 \ done at'the last few club meet- f,

I ( If you have not received a' copy of concerns. liam' Fling, arrived Kissimmee. last ings has gone to fill' the linen chest '

!." Comforts and blankets. F .H. Law- the October issue of new Columbia ,I!1 II. Fleming returned home yesterday Friday evening and have taken up of the first club bride. f

son. 43-lt Records, call .and see J. W. Prentis. Mach Bros. are making arrangements ,, from Athens Ga., his old home, where their residence for the winter at their .

";:.j They'are! free. -41-tf for an auto garage in connec-j i i he spent a portion of the summer. cottage on Broadway. They spent Don't miss the' beautiful story of
; "Satan, a drama of Humanity, com' tion with their livery business on ,I. While away Mr: Fleming traveled extensively -. thesummer at Germantown, Pa. the, "Faith healer" a grand 2-reel 5'. r

"> ing, in five reels-Dixie.' 43-lt Our offer of.two or more years subscription Broadway, and expect to be ready to !, t.hrough't.he West extendinghis Eclair Co. Feature' the'DIxie, Sat V ,
0j te the Valley Gazette at $1.00 serve the needs of Kissimmee Dr. H. H. Funk arrived in the, city ur 43-lt
j Phone 288, Oliver's Pressing.( Club, car own itinerary as far north as Canada. I ay.
a year If paid in advance will' positively ers in,a few days.C. last Monday from Beverly, Ohio, and
t 15 Darlington Ave. We guarantee M'rs. I has taken his residence the homeof Ernest Green V ,
expire next Monday, Oct. 20. S Mr. and C. T. Ansley returnedto up at our' sign writer and I
M IIM work. 42-2t W. Griffin spent last Friday in their home in Kissimmee, Fla., I C. II. Funk, near Union Center, decorator, moved his shop. to the ', 1

Ii B. C. Miller, naw genial farmer, B. C. Dutton, manager of the Dut. Tampa, gqjng there for the celebration Tuesday. They were' accompanied by 1 where he will remain until late spring. old Valley Gazette building on October .

spent a few hours in the city Monday Ion-Harris Shoe Co., at Lakeland, was of the Tampanama jubilee givenat Mrs. H. A. Blackburn' who will be i Dr.- Funk states that he is'glad to be 1st. Mr., Green baa surrounded

shopping. in the city Monday on business' ret the hour of midnight in that city. their guest for awhile.-Sumanee De back in the -land "-of eternal sunshineand ,himself1 with a corps of real artists V

,' ,t i turning home in the evening Mn Griffin reports the jolliest time their guest 4for awhile.-Suwanee flowers, and .to escape the cold I men who can handle any class of work. S

: Let us make that old suit look like ever experienced on a visit to Tampa. Democrat Live Oak. wintry blasts of his old.home state. such as signs, pictorial decorations, t
Our offer of tw 'or ear subscription
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'. new. Phone 288. Oliver's Pressing I inside finishing, bulletin boards or
to the Valley Gazette at $1.00a 'W. A. Smith returned home froman At St. Johns Episcopal church Oct.
Club, 15 Darlington Ave. 42-2t W. A. Smith, of the firm of Dutton- painting or decorating,anything any.
i year If paid in advance, will positively extended yisit to cities' in South 19th Sunday school will be held at .
Harris the where. Mr. Green refers r
I Co., while in city Monday to any reputable : I
1. C. S. Acree was a visitor in the city expire next Monday, Oct. 20. Georgia last Saturday, and'after remaining looked-over the reports from both' the 9:30: a. m. The rector having gone citizen In. Kissimmee or Oxceola ,
.j this :week, being in attendance at 3 at home until Tuesday of this out of the'citr to hold service there
Dr. J. D. Sibert left Tuesday for Kissimmee and Lakeland !-stores operated county a* to the character of his work'and :
'y Judge Murphy's court. week left on a business trip to be gone will be no services at the church on
,,. :. /,;,,\,,*' i.. .," Live.Oak.where he will assist in con- several weeks. by that firm and before depar- Sunday. Ordinary week night ser- business standing. 4

: Let us clean and press t.hat'sult' for ,.. . 'a'. revival. ,, rvice', .., for., two, 1.r-. ;l"S'r'-'i'iJI:;'! 1 1 V S ' ', .' ., <"', tUre8i.atedhO' , was ,well:pleased with vive, Thursday, followed by' choir ,.W. H. Arnold contractor and builder S
;,ai; you. ,'. have]been T repaired j because of looks l 4iHWflJ4mji,: ; ;! "' }J" with Ernest Gnen" the sign '
: 288 Darlington7Ave .... 22ti v;,:, 0 ,,
rector, \ 'V
> '" l"""'" WMIssf! Cecils!>.Mo8eley! of(Gotha, is ' !/ fyrtillaJ B., "raduate'from \ .'. l ; ,, '
I youaon't'know"our"kind "of repairing. BeachMJ &\ ffi W ,:, ,(.:, ."1i\ , S S painted and decorator, in the old.Vali-\ ; ,
'Eight good mules, wagons and harness spending a few days in Kissimmee, the Come and visit our Champion Repair Maine Wesleyan Conservatory, R. 'H. Ludlam, county }engineer, ley Gazette building on Darlington- ' '
,'" for sale at a bargain. L. II. In- guest of her sister, Mrs.! Geo. W. Over of Music, offers her services> to the started the of and will I
Shop in rear of Citizens Bank. A. A. work; placing signs on avenue, cater to the puclic
l' grain. 40-tf street, Witz. 41-tf I people of Kissimmee as teacher of all county roads last Monday. Mr. for work in anything in his line. Shop .

'pianoforte and harmony, at 24 MainSt. Ludlam states that he will this week phone 283 house 186. ,
; phone 43-2tp
W; II. Arnold has the ,
; "Women a.nd War, a story of theCivil begun erection .
I' The-patrons of the high school will Saturdays only for, the present432tpd get started the work of Making plans
; War days, in two reels. Dixie, of a fourteen room house on Sumner - ., -
l regret to learn that Miss Short's father for draining right-of-way for the
Saturday. ,.32-lt street, which he will usc as a illness S
whose called her S V
i j boarding house. Niemeyer and McLaughlin opened county roads, preparatory to making
from her this week died at his
Furnished Rooms for Rent; For duties for business in their new location with permanent improvements at the di- Miss M. V. WoodwardMILLINERY
l'! Our offerof two or more years subscription home in Tallahassee before her ar rectionof the commissioners.
: the Gazette county
1 Sale and For Rent'cards at the O. K. Bakery last ?Monday. They
to the Valley Gazette at $1.00a rival.
.1' office, 10 cents each. 43-tf have a new oven with three, hundred
year if paid in advance .will positively Mrs. Gay Livingston was hostessto
Art?and-Music twain sisters of loaf capacity, and are t rnlnaout the '
R. L. Lambert, the live real -estate expire next Monday, Oct..20. are the Girls' Sewing club the last Wed- I '
Love, appealing to the eye and ear usual line of bakery products this .
'Leesburg visitor at the nesday before the Graves-Ellis
man wasa nup-
f Bijou on Saturday and Sunday last. J. A. Cranford, vice president .of the We hope many more will avail them- week to serve the Kissimmee trade. tials. After'the usual reading, -the .
"' Consolidated Naval Stores Co. of selves of the opportunity of trainingthe 4
'" On account of the absence of MissesLeitner dainty menu was served, And Miss S V
j. M. D. Tindall, of Narcoossee, was Jacksonville,'w.. in the city last Saturday eye by joining Mr. Weaver's art and Short, teachers in the Graves was presented with a lovely"bride's -V l-

_ transacting business in the. city 'last night' , class. 0 43-lt high school, who were both called book" as a souvenir. Eachof
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t Monday. C. L. Winn representing the advertising Our offer of two or more years subscription away by the illness of relatives, Principal the girls read aloud a "wedding U8 Broadway '

1; E. F. Collier is building a six-room: firm'of Jacobs & Co., of Clin- to the Valley Gazette at $1.00a Evans was forced to give three' wish," which was found on her plate; 'Kissimmee, - Florida S
last a if paid In advance, will positively days' vacation to the high school department -' all of these wishes which were inartistic -
4\; cottage on his lot on Oak street, facing ton, S. Ci, spent Friday looking year II
the residence of W. B. Makin pn. after business matters In this city.- expire next Monday, ocr. 20. this week. water colors, were given to Miss

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., Our ,e>.on.oe prices : S ; SV ,;
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buying our matenallD' large quaatities : :
1 .I at greatly reduced prices from! the :x:: ,Gold, Crowns, ,22k, and up '. S 5.00 | WHEN O'I 1 I

S 5 .J..: .: larrest'dealers in the,North, which en- :*: Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00 :|;: "ORDERED, ., .
t : ablet us, to give our patients the very 3!; Silver Fillings / X* .*" ,.eJJ ? Under tie New Method we ea. takeS .''.:
hifheit clasi of work at aboutoOae-half '{ ;' t
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Cement Fi"hugs .' Tour f" replace sas I -
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Sets of'Teeth that Cull Be Made to Fit any Mouth, No, Matter How: Many Sets ,Have Failed. Come' and \ t :
Si', We Are Making the Latest Improved .. '
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' least doubt. WHY
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I' FOR SALE.. There may be those who "will view '
land for sale at the
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of small hotel at the Gateway of
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d at Jacksonville Golden oppor- more especially that It exercisean : right price. !

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Reason other
t r' ] ; tunity. Apt quickly. ,' '

'; business. Address, Delman Hotelr{ supervision _over :the expenditure: of particulars .apply to
43-2tpd its-own funds. The cry of centralization -

,"a f ,1 y, . FOR JacksonvilleFla.SALE-Bay. saddle horse .Apply aims-unduly that the to extend Federal\ its'' powers government may '1 I : I

,j .1 i to E. G. Vans.Agnew., 22tf again be raised. Yet, in a field of I Box, 228, Kissimmee. -! BECAUSE it is. the most favored city in! America as

} FOR SALE-Motor boat 30x8V4- 15 I j I activities common ,interest what could and'be of,''more'naturalthan inseparable I ''m to health, climate 'and fertility of soil. !Ii

'tl T in. draft, 12 h. p. engine; at a bat'I Florida.41IL .
} I cooperation arid Jmutual assist- ; of
BECAUSE it has the equal on earth .
Mir tf J ' gain. See Saunders" at,this office tt |!lance? WhY should the two jurisdic- ; a citizenry any: : ,

"FOR SALE-House and lot on Pen- ions serving the same people foreverht.and J .. 9i for intelligence morality and, hospitality, x
'f { field St.,' t-roonl' house, ,2 closets, j apart and view each other with .

I ; I:' all plastered except kitchen.lot'50; { I suspicion and. ,distrust while nothingis i Iifi! ! fixxxxxxY! ! ! ! !fifififi! ! 9! BECAUSE it has public school facilities unsurpassed

?. ; : . ,t ,jxlSG; city water,, 14 bearing grapefruit !r done or much is wasted? And is it .------ -, -- u '- -. _. students at Osceola High School l enter
[ graduating
t ""r', r orange and lemon trees. En I not worthy: of nota that the'alarm ,,C.F.I 'ThrasherI

1 a ' ,r; quire No 409 Penfield Stt, ,or address ;: never seizes such people at the stage ;: University in America without examination.]

: ;. Box 433,'Kissiinmec, Fla. 403p of''',the discussion in 'Which 1 it"; would be I any

q ', ,. of most ,value ''They are notin the |> METAL WORKER ; BECAUSE it has, the best 'paved streets and more
r t ';!;r :;>.' FOR QUICK SALE-Two-story eight: least timid in"their approaches to the' Steel Ceilings a Specialty.P. I Iii '

;t.I j ., ,:';'.;/i'''," room house suitable' .for (boarding Federal 'treasury and their courage O. Box. 696 Kissimmee, Fla. m miles of cement sidewalk'' than ,any other city its I Ii.Ii .
) .. thre'e sides,
t, : r 's.L+ house, large.porches on ; fails them only when it is suggestedthat ,

i", I',,'-' -' located on paved street, concrete the Federal government has 'a --;-------- size in the South. '

'I } sidewalks, city', several young right to that the of the IV f'flt Till1IKMOTO: TKM'II: COUNTY CIRCUITHT. I
see money JIJI>ICIAI. ClltCUT and substaiir
1"1 1 in'' Five BECAUSE it is making permanent
'$\ citrus fruit trees yard. people of the nation is wisely and efficiently riHMnv.l OK KI.OIIII1A. 1\ x more

:' ;,' 4 t 'blocks from.passenger dep.oL Good Pos expended. If they are to 1 <-II II I':It'I' !... I'KARCK: : :( ,A I. ) x tial public and private improvements than .any !IiYi
1' I 'session given-at once. !take counsel of' their alarms let them \s l'ocrllUoD'III
I'I'I, for selling Price for house furnished I j' before determine assault "'. -H. IM3ARCH, Kt At. : twice its size in the !
do so they to I pursuance of a decree of "\ld Court city .state. .
complete $2,600. Big bar.J I entered In Said cause On th<' 22nd day

J ; ,1,,', ' gain. See us quick. II. M. Breaker i i! the"In treasury short, as a ;jTrUctical- program, of September t,. '0\. J..Poster, 1913 aud we.IX N.Albert Recto K.4 Rennet emmlHslonvra -- I', x BECAUSE its people display more genuine hospitality
\ & Co. 41-tf appointed by the Court will, iiI
I II |
1 believe that this matter is one in! on the 13rd day of November, A. D..I -
; and love than other
If 13, at Eleven: brotherly any people
o'clock In the forenoonof any-
which ha best be slowly'made..'
; I r .FOR SALE-Five. acres x>f land and a I can Bald! day, at the Court House door.
I . r... four-room house in Pinedale. Willgive' The people will sanction a reasonable''I.. In the City, of Arcadia. in said State and where else on the.f ace of the earth. '
County expose at public auction and
bargain to sell quick. expenditure of their DtO'l1ey-and it sell to the bidder for"
highest ranli. the
i ,,;, .:, :-'.: dress Box 172, Klssimmee, Fla. .is their money and theirs only, whetherit '' County following Florida described, to-wit property: Lots-one.In UuSoto two BECAUSE it is the cleanest ''and most orderly city in

I ' 41-tfpd4t _. .. bb expended, through the Federal 'I' four. less a tract described a. follows, I I II
r' government or the state-when they to wit: of commencing at the "outhea.tcorn..r the state of Florida. .
said lot 4. and running west
'' FOR SALE-40 acres all In cultiva- are convinced that it is applied to thlrty-nve yards, thence
1 t I a north one hun- ill '
% 'tion. Mature grove in fine state of I wise purpose and will yield the results! dred tyIIyards.and forty, thence yards,south thenoo one.cast hundredand thir I BECAUSE all of its people display! civic pridethat !Ii '

M bearing; will pay 15% this year on anticipated. And.r I am impressed by: forty yards to place of beginning- is found exist. 7'
entire investment, besides the field I lots five, eight nine, twelve, thirteenless .-. rarely to x!
the wisdom of the action of Congress, six acres ofT Jho north side of said

I. '1 crops; convergent to two R. R. .stations in the midst of so much clamor, in con-' lots to Dock twelve Pearce and thirteen, lots fourteen previously fifteen sold j! !x BECAUSE every citizen knows! he lives in the best city x ,
roads good buildings.
1 stituting: a committee "to make inquiry sixteen and .venteenill; of Martha A.
'''. Suitable for a fine winter home or into the .!ubect of Federal aid two I'earca's of section subdivision tight; ahd.Jots. lots one one and and on 'earth and never fails to let that fact be known '

permanent residence. For further in the construction of post roads; in two of section seventeen In township '
.:. ... address Merchant 1' thirty-six south of range thirtythreeeast. when the occasion offers.
t. particulars ,
'I' care II IIj. I providing an appropriation of a half: Also beginning at a point where i I ._
: Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla.43tf' |I million dollars to be expended cooperatively -: latitude la ten -chains north and '
: :. longitude eleven hundred sixty-six Yi BECAUSE' life here is one continual existence of 3
with ,
, the states in the proportion chains cast of the southwest 'corner of

:' i.. FOR SALE-20 acres half cleared nice : of one to.two,,and in requiring the: said east lot 18.44 one chain.of section; thence eight south and 7.26 run. x peace, prosperity and happiness.THAT'S .
Secretary of Agriculture and the' Post: chains; thence north fifty-nine degreesand 1 1i
.. -4 ", young grove, good fences, fair house, 'I I ten minutes/ west 14.14 chains;
',, living master General to report to Congressthe thence west 3.87 chains thence north -
'J some fine crops now growing; a t
fifty-nine degree. and ten minutes
results of such 'expenditure,,' o- west i
': I already provided. A bargain at :' two chains to place of beginning. Also .' . "-
'+ gether with such recommendations as all lots one, two. three, four five six, 1 ,
reasonable. J. H. Mali Yi '
$1,200, seven eleven twelve, thirteen, fourteen 1 *
shall wise for
1: Icy, Loughman, Fla. 43-tf seem providing a gen seventeen eighteen nineteen and
eral! plan of national aid for the improvement twenty of Martha A. Poi,rce's subdivision '
f of; lots one and two of east half m iiiYi.
:' ; ; WILL, SELL, my .store, building and I of postal roads in cooperation -. of 'the southwest quarter of section WHY 'KISSIMMEE :

: l ;.,' stock of general merchandise, everything with the states and comities, range twenty thlrty-threo'east., township thlrty-Also sx, south lots four of I . x

i r new and up-to-date, doing 'and to. tiring> about as nearly as possible five six, seven eight nln ten, eleven, .
fine business but other interests such the various twelve, thirteen fourteen fifteen and" Yi.,
require cooperation among : sixteen- of Martha A. Pearce's. subdi
f my attention. Merchant, care states as will ensure uniform and vision'of lots two three and fodr and YiYi

Valley Gazette; Kissimmee, Fla.. 43tf equitable interstate highway regula quarter southeast of quarter section of thirty-three the southwest town I - -' - .

tions." This indicates a wholesome, ship thirty-six south of range thirty-, !:Ii ': :+".+H <0 00 0 .:-.... -:-:--:-. ..o+o 00 0 00 to ....... I
: S ' STRAWBERRY PLANTS for sale. three east. Alsotho! following described -
r 4. desire to, know the, facts as well as' property In Osceola County Florida: I. Yi ., c
';, r' Klondykevariety, $2.25 per 1000. generousinterest-.Too.shorta, ' Tho,, southwest quarter of thu northeast !:Ii ... ,, .. "" !,,. .. .' "" ",1", .. '.
;' 0" ./,. -' quarter,, the east half of.the southeast I ' 'w&''Hi//; ;:! ' I' 'iLaf. ,: .
Finocehiaro, corner Sproule Ave,and time ha3'elapaed: to js udge o hand htreet'oppositti; 'new packing l thesouth half of theisoutheiist quarter! HOTELS MANHATTAN ,: 'I'' '
under kt g hat t s n I -lessLonetacres In I thoi southeastrcornerl CB RULL BASS MARKET 't,I,,
the this ?'dire' ti n1tew wIll questIon. ofl 1 the!south west!quarlerioflthei) nor th-fl !: ; rr p.'Yi"
"? ,
east for Across from .
quarter'reserved Cemetery purposeeall { A.: C.L.StatioD '
That it might'be extended with ample In section thlrty-four'.1 I !: i ti Fresh Meab of All Kiudar .
thlrty-nve .south of range ", ,
'MISCELLANEOUS. funds if aid is to be furnished most thirty-three township east. Dated this Sept, ]I Y; --Hi- ex .

1 I thoqghtful l men would concede; and 23rd. 191S. \I H. C STANFORD COMPANY- !Yt
SCIENTIFIC vocal culture, A..T P"ZI L n. ;
; piano the plan has the peculiar .value of be- AL.hBHT'E. BfiNN.ETT. Yi CLARK & MEIKLEJON
; Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes, !Ii
theory and harmony. By graduate I). N. BAH CO.
susceptible of indefinite extensionin I
: Victoria College Music;,European case the results should be found to 'I" Commissioners. : Furnishings and Notions. Real Estate !si

methods. Dutton Itarria ultUlm'I; : '-I; :;
.t-. t' Apply Shoe justify it. : I HiDUTTONHARRIS;-
; ,\'" i Store. 41-5tpd I -!ill- "'
J .
'" . IN TUB CIRCUIT Collie OF Till: TT1I .. ."
r. T. J. Weaver, editor .of the Free JWHIIAL; < 11111'1' Iii KI.OIIII, CO. '
LOST-on Monday .night, a, pocketbook I Yi WATERS & CARSON :
Press at Florida, is in :
l Mayo, Washington .
t 4' );, containing about $9.0Q. Finder TYl l.* CIIA.MKRY.Mi'CJ. : : Yi 106 IYiIi.
;' spending a few days in the interesto : WAILING AMV.! I). 'n\VAROS. Broadway COMPANY
'r; t please leave at Gazette. office and ,
it . this 'candidacy' for postmaster at I
get reward. 36-tf 'a.T11OMAS. Hi
'' y: '. I _.
: IP
lie has had several -
May conferenceswith W. PAL,11
:It. sad all person .KISSIMMEE
'. t. LIST your properly fpr sale with Frank Clark and .elalsslasT a. Isiterest Under the Mid I x FURNITURE CO. 1
; ,: Representative} l humanV.. Palrarr or athemla. ..d Everything for the Home. .
, ''I Nelson Realty Co. -. 35-tf the prospects for his.appalptment are all other. persons rlitlmlns .. I.t....... !fi ." FRED M. BASS '
ta the properly In this Mill described J. E. Ruth, Manaf 11
bright. / !fi'
.#;;:. WADE, the tuner; Orlando. ? ;DefeW.ata.It ,, Hudson and Studebaker Automobile
'I .1 --... -. _..- .- appearing by affidavit appended !1i !fi- "
to the Bill of ' In *
Complaint filed above-
r .
r MEET m$ at Kissimmee Drug Co., t.'X..c< -----t: stated cause that Thomas W. Palmer Y I; H. M. BREAKER ,
I I and we will get a drink of the-best I. .i: Hie"YOU Is a non-resident o the State of Flor- !ifiifi
,r soda water made. 31tfFOR ? y ida whose residence Is unknown and y; Truck Farms, Orange Groves and dry !
.. ole ICOMUf -:. that there are other person. Interested 'NELSON REALTY COMPANY '
; 1f ... In the property described In the Bill of Yi'j Property. 117yi B'way !ifi '
I I '" A JO room house closets, pantries Complaint tiled in this cause, and that No. 9 Darlington Arena
I RENT. :2 I baths, hot and cold water the names of such other persons so Interested !Ii .. II !fi.; !
1 ,are unknown to the Complainants -
a FOR RENT-one 9-room dwelling, electrictights. screened backporches. and that relief is'prayed In the ----! -
beautiful front verandas said Hill of Complaint acr-lnst such F. H. LAWSON
large verandas, 2-story, bath. Ope wall plastered and tinted. unknown' defendants., Cuh ' : .

,r :5-room cottage.' Both {jclose! in.'' G. woodwork mission finish. Thin Thomas IT IS THEREFORE W. Palmer. and ORDERED all persons that !Ii Store ...: 'D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE' ,I
F. .Parker. 43-2t house can be used as 'rooming claiming an' Interest under the said 10 Broadway I
y; .
house for private family or renton Thomas. Palmer or and AGENCY
'FOR RENT-Comfortable bed room', good street; Aek Mrs Surrl- all In other the following persons claiming described an property Interest fi; _!a-'- f' '

centrally located. Large porch. 5 mers'about It. situate! In the County of Osceola. and Hi! '
--ifi;- '
State of Florida to-wit: G. M. TAYLOR '
4. Brack St. J. W. Prentis, 42-tf A <-room home, modern, yard The Northeast quarter of Section 3. .
; of beautiful shade and shrubbery; In 28, Up-to-date Cash '
Township Range 28 Bast __ Grocery HUNTER LAND CO.
located, on brick street. do appear'to the Complal ante' .Bill of > I Iifi
FOR RENTA 7-room residence I
: .r. '
A -room house on Mabbetle Complaint herein filed on "Cor before the Broadway and. Midland '
modern conveniences, on. Main St. street. lot 100x147.: %, flowing well. Rule Day In November A. D'. 1>1S, to- ar:: Real I Estate '
100.00 cash wit: the 3rd day of "
$16.00 per month. November else the !fi' /
I :Mrs. Summers, 608 Penfield' South: A 6-room house On good street, said Bill will be taken as confessed. !Ii Y---;
a,? t Kissimmee. 38-tf lot 60x140 and 20 acres real or. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
; angre land 4 miles from nice little for this order be publishedonce a week aJ; ; W. B. MAKINSON CO. : ifi;
town, for $2.600. twelve (12) consecutive weeks In W. G. HANKINS ':
, i;-":', FOR RENT OR SALE'-Two-story" A' 7-room house, plastered the Klssimmee published Valley In said Qasette Oseeola, a newspaper '!Ii Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Supplies ' Ifiifi '
" store on Brack St., North closets china County y2 Adding Machines and
: buildinlb cabinet nice porches of general circulation In said County. and Machinery Typewriters ; '
C. corner lot on good street.
. Stanford 29-tf .WITNESS James W. Perkins. Judge ,
,} ".' $509.00 cash., easy term. on bal. of said Circuit Court. and my name a* -Ifi- _
;.1" DWELLINGS for rent oppjy to M. ance. Clerk thereof and the official aeal of I '
A B-room house, lot said Court this 30th of "
., Tiller. 150x147: % day July. A. D. '
ti r '"<\ on good street a decided bargain 1318. ifs I"A..' S. GILBERT ; D&NN'S DEPARTMENT STORE ,
, r
h ; 0' only 11.000.00. (Seal) J. I* OVERSTREKT. "
t Clerk of Circuit( Court ; Dry Goods Shoes and Notions Dry Goods,Clothing: ,'S1toesF.r.I3bLa I
; 1- Ask Mr O. F. KRIBB8, "
, '..;, .. -.. '8 . near Clyde. 12-lIt Solicitor for Complainants.. x ' ,No. 45, Cor. Main and Park St ,I'5" aDd'lOc Store '

SEE M' E !Ii; --yt.; '
..;.;;, ,t. ;';" reI' 'FI..i DI.r. '

: ) ,"";:!>. 'rr, ;'t' J JI If yon want to rent IN TUB COURT -OK COUNTY JUDGE KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. 'J J. W. PRENTIS I'I'fi

a' 'I."f 7,',., ,.',,\'"'.." ..., '8 Room Dwelling S rigg Fleming OSCBOLA, OK COUNTY.FLORIDA.0TATB Wholesale and Retail .Pianos, Organs, Talking Macl tHe '

Y k '. ,, ; Phone Zl Sewing Machines '

f,; 'l'.;" ,' ,., '4 Room, 'CottageDesirabler CLEANING r Isj Notice r. Estate Is hereby of wm'given.. , Chswdler.'all Whom: :u:n:: .. ;; y; .
!Ii HH;
{; Office It man concern, that on the 8th dWy.of !Ii y; '
", Ion 'PRESSING January. A. D. 11114, I shall to '
11 r' j", i! the Honorable T. M .Murphy. Judge of .. MACH BROTHERS Phone 113 MUNGER LAND COMPANY !fii
Broadway. : IYaiING'sedREPAIRING, said Court. as Judge' or Probate for
1. ..:M'" my. final discharge as Administrator { Livery, Feed and Sale Stables', '", y;
: of the estate Orange<< Center Fla. .
;y';" E.'E.'W. ells William a Chandler ): ;
) : 1 deceased; and that at the same time i ,y Healy Hauling and Drayinf W. W.
( j will present to said Court Bonney, Manager
;, 'Real Estate and Insurance tAa' my final accounts -
i ,. word, rt my house butt cl.afei a. Administrator of said estate I "
{ ; , will h. crled and. ask for their .
,' >SO3. Broadway Pfon272. tar and muried approval. ,.5i-. I
: J Dated, June 13.- A. I). late .f "
", fl. ,,' "tl I -r-;j Sutisfuctimi I W. CHANDLER- 'e
Guurunt9edI '

I' II ({ ** / J -l ,mo 'I 6 mo Administrator.'I 7fY2 i! 3.. t tiyi'! iYi! fir'' ifirliMiYi'_ i$Ali/Yi! yt! !Yli!YtiYt! !Yi !Iili! YtYiYlylYlYt! ! $. t'. '$. "1 ,

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", ,i ,, t19 {yFr

lR'IDA Y 'OCToUR) 1 ?
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-- THE' '' ",
: rtcerAaasee
I -. )- .... VALLEY ,,'. !tn.1) ...... ,
': '' to it that the seller fixis i -- '""\- 11'IPAcrl '.
I. i ,' .
;:1. I a fair and i (
'..1. '' II Apopka. Items ]1 reasonable price on*'the j specimens of ferns, sending from I COO( o tft II e''t : .:
...j), '" I , fore they will undertake property to handle be it,I jto I 1,000 at a time to different wholesale -,I 0 .o 0 00 ooo, ato aoooooo, .' ..oo 0 0'GOOD li\

and then.see that the dealers in all parts of the North. I "
+ buyer is
l, We sometimes wonder why It is that fain Anyone treated This industry hag been established'' =
the property owners In wanting to locate In'popca. here : :: :: :Y
Florida only
t have \: hould, avail themselves I one year but it has 1' ; '
neglected the planting} of of proven to ,
l'i I 41 tropica'plants' this free offer be quite an industry '
',. of assistance. ,, and
and trees the
on their demand
premises as the offer is withdrawn. exceeded the supply!
ornaments Instead of There it no from the I FENCE }
planting oaks better place to ,locate if climate beginning: and it seejns that j Kl
and other and
: species of trees. they can j
There. Is I I oil la the features desired catch up with their
!Ii :" nothing that appeals so strongly to; with the healthfulness tog-ether'[orders. l -

!I, 7 ,1, the tourist upon his arrival in this I surrounding territory makes of the entije The civic league, which was org nl"z.I' I AFTER years!) of; experimenting -
;,. state as does the cabbage an ideal ed recently here,
!Ii ", palmetto, location for anyone gave an ice cream and: ,
thq banana and \the bamboo social last Friday at the fst a
These A most delightful city hall and I' T
.', can be raised here and much needed | realized some and labor, the makers of
'.; as rain $26.00 from the effort
easily! _as any visited ..this_section <
'I', other plant 'or' tree -and"make a most afternoon which wet th'e}asLSat.urday ground and 1|.which town. bill be spent In-beautifying the 1 1 i -' I _1 1 American Fence finally .

.Attractive and ornamental tree. In' refreshed vegetation of all I What could we do without the produced a composition In
,-.1tr'travels 'about over the state we much. This- has been very I assistance of the good, women who I I '
"find no place that has given as much dry ,year in this particular an unusually are always so ready to'lend a helping / I I steel that was i perfectly

: attention to, this particular feature and the rain was badly locality I hand whenever.they, are called upon? i| adapted for fence,'makinll. '
very nedeed
In- I '
that of St. I
A3 Augustine
; ; deed. ARGUS. '
; and while it i
,_ I I II
h.-' L. There is no :other maker
I is situated in tn.e extreme northern Dr. J. W. .' I '
Minkler, } E. \I
s i part of the state, yet it presents to 1 JI 11. Witherington all, Went Zcpp to! and 91'lando 'of (once that (can use this 'ab
Vim -
northern! tourist more of a tropical Monday on) businessv | i Cobb's' MainlandThe ] composition.; 'It is patented j ' '
1 i than
!Ii 11 iappearance.. almost any other The lIre station erected on the corner I l u 'and the use of it increases '
r _
place that'could be'ment.ioned. k
!Ii It of the city parka for ,the I L
1 1, !Ii. ,' seems to us that it would lie well for.'0. installing the) fire apparatus purpose, has weather ,continua somewhat I :Q d, VIa,, y many fold,' the value of the a>

;I..I';;n! .ij.a more of our cities to lake pattern after (ui'ili 1 ,completed and is now ready, for e I dry,, for is our truck field j the tomato'plant '' :; I American Fence to the k '
M St. Augustine In' this particular and (lust:. I thirsting for water. but as this ': .
I I make Florida is not the season to 'Ij user. It has enabled fencing IS '
expect excessive
:r really is-a sub : Hull l Bros are
, tropical paradise to the' tourist when i ] shop at the erecting intersection a new of blacksmith 6th:1 i 1 dry weather will it is believed thatwater I u k: A GOOD >> to be made as'near per-, ''r ,

r I.(i he regions arrives of from the North.the bleak and barren prove streetand,a great Central convenience avenue for(hich. will !:,In enough,the ,meantime fall for"It is their sufficiently nourishment. t z r E.NC, ''Iedlon as can be obtained. f; '

] many to drive
i', At the regular meeting of the Apop who need the services of a competentsmith. 1 the thermometer down among j'k ..
ka Board of Trade last the sixties and the cool northwestwind i .
Thursday night This building will also be j AMERICAN FENCE '
; relieves\us from much of the heat .
the following Was used '
,resolution as
unanlrnously a carriage and
shop paint i
; ., that, the sun would otherwise impart, :

II :' "Whereas adopted our: congressman, lion. shop.The'High| School is making splendid' and while,, the partial drought is not Is made by special machinery'which is used only by the makers of it. To deVelop {

\ Frank Clark, in the Timea-Union of progress this season under the man I shower creating any ,serious injury, still a the invention of this machinery took'year.. of experimenting and hundreds of

.. I'fi 'October 7th, in most emphatic language i agclncnt of Prof., Nixon, who seems able. Present or two Indications would be very agree thousands of dollars. x'
that rain .
opposes and 'all to be doing everything in his ''
!fi.r any attemptsto power 1 may be f Asa result of
expected theseyears of _
On experience
soon. the
!fi colonize. Japanese settlers 'in our I to make the present year a successful of tis the marsh still east and vast expenditures, American Fence'I
supplies '
atate. one. abundance of an, I is recognized as being the best fence made. Every wire in American Fence is live -
; water, so that with the : i+
Therefore, be It resolved that the j Arrangements are :well under way lake on the west and steel, always ready ( and .
a marsh on the I emergency, a' so lutelyreliable. '
Apopka Board of Trade, representing to have. a union Thanksgiving service I east the cattle '
have .
+ plenty of their
ry1.y1. the citizens of the west half of Orange *j held in this city this year: The pastors -I. favorite booze, and are looking as wellas I I

\, county, the banner county of the of the 'Baptist and Methodist could be expected at this season

state of Florida, does most emphatically I churches, who are both residents of and appear to be' in '
sufficiently good
protest against any and all attempts Apopka, together with Rev. T> M. By- order to stand the '

.:I u: ; to colonize any alien people I ars, the editor of the Apopka News,, Hogs are doing well approaching; the mast t OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. "S m :?, : ; ,

1 that cannot assimilate with our white I 'have} held a preliminary meeting between abundant and we have one occasionally. i: ,
I tY population, and especially an'y and I themselves and have practically and the meat is remarkably well flavored

'I all Asiatic races, and be it further I agreed upon what course they will although fattened\ on the range

r" Resolved, that.a copy of this resolu pursue, and of course the public will without' the aid. of grain, and as hogs Ot0040tOt .O'OOto tooooooo.ooooooo.oo.ooooo, c
: ,
t.!Ii ),I. tion be sent to Congressman Clarke, 'gladly join in whatever arrangementand arc> a source of considerable revenue ----------- -_.._ -- ...,...-- . It ti'
!Ii . complimenting"hiin on his stand in the plans that are outlined. this part of animal'economy is important Judge Murphy, Clerk Overstreet and I tinguished the flames before much :

!Ii ;" matter; also copies be sent to the leading H. F. Hawthorne has been shipping, The yard and garden under our esteemed fellow 'citizen, Joe Sears, damage had been done. Birch Mountain t.
newspapers of the state some of his cotton this week, and we.1 the 1
r \{ immediate supervision of Mrs. are a trio of officers that any county The citizens of Davenport of
1 are
!Ii "Apopka Board of Trade, are informed. that it is bringing a good Cobb in
are fine shape. flowers might have cause to be proud of, but such an orderly and law-abiding char-
"Frank'S. Wltherby'Secretary.' price. abounding in the former and vege- their combined talents united on one pcter that these circumstances have HERB TEA
: m :' While Apopka is not at present the I A new public road Is to be opened tables in the latter. .The only time subject couldn't solve'the' problem as caused considerable consternation. It i

largest town ,in the state, yet she is between Apopka and Wekiwa Springs'the garden is properly ,appreciated is to who eat the goat is hoped that the giulty party or parties Imported from Bohemia, the most 1 ;k
gradually coming to the front in a and same to be hard surfaced with when there appears on the table the Mrs Seaver continues to enjoy good may be speedily apprehended and wonderful herb compound the

manner that is very satisfactory to clay or marl, is the order of the coun-I many tempting products emanating health and appears well satisfied with. a stop put touch conduct. |!I I world has ever, known for the t

I most of our people here. We heard,i I ty commissioners at their last meeting therefrom. Naturally we considerthe her present surroundings. !i! treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever '
some one remark just a few days ago in Orlando: This will be fine as it garden a small and insignificant The Democratic rooster is rather'on I i Bronchitis, Coughs! Colds, ., -
that there had been built within the I I will make it possible for automobiles i part of the farm; in reference to its the complaining list; he says,that if I I I La Grippe, WhooPl1K! CatarT

Unfits i of the town during the last eight | and carriages to go and come at pleas I size this can be said with truth, but his tadpole plantation don't; yield a severe cues of Kidney, I Bladder
M. G.
,11' .-I.*?months just past at least twenty ,ndw! , ure. This is oneof the most popular I I'I for comparative producing capacity better crop he'll stand on the bank of Weaver Stomach and Lung troubles. ;

'houses, including some that have been resorts in the state and is also one of life garden; is far ahead of any other the river every time thftbig boat Prof*s.or of thfFiNE I. I It is an invigorating Fblood
'I I
$ overhauled and made equal to new.. the wonders. A large bubbling spring portion of the Cobb plantation. Butas passes an dcrow, hurrah for Captain AR TS purifies the

$ This seems small to1 those outside who ; bursting out of the ground and .flowing thq women and children control that Johnson for all he's worth j he'sawfully I bull d. up

$ do not know the c"ondit.los, but to the i away i in!: a river of sufficient size part of the farm, it Is generally looked ,tired of dry food; says ho was so Employing near method in '..oc"i" the run-down system

home folks it is indeed encouraging, as to permit of pleasure boats, steamboats on as of not much importance, as lawful during the campaign,before the rapid writing, tkflchlng and _' soothes the' ;'
especially when we hear that there are freight boats and craft of almost a general rule-the plantation has been last election that he thinks he has a painting. Teaching oleo or' II pr....,; nerves, improvesthe

several more buildings to be erected any size coming right up to the pretty well//worked and appears to be right to better treatment. chilictural pmnpcctivm aA dmodling. I .. appetite .and
:1 among which is a 30-room hotel (
: Apopka is surely on the highway to I country, yet 'that Is the condition of. A large quantity of peas have recently . town .last .Friday, overland conyey- --...,r .... ful and refreshing. f
prosperity and we predict that before I Wekl a Springs.' Its waters are I been planted and these hardy ance, horse" 'and buggy. During his I Studio at Park Hotel Thia wonderful

the opening of springtime again there! i notedjTorttheir medicinal qualities far ittle fellows will we think pull through absence Mrsr Cobb,controls the plantation ' Private lessons and class work I '.......;:; medicinal tea contains ae
will:,be mo odoIng id bApopka thaI :ul Land' n'e'arsnd'la'rgoiquantitieaRarobeng : "" 'all ftfoC" '" Wi iI&& " ,'" sin addition, to her, other. duties I 21 different
1SV. >r. -r yrf '* . herbs
\ ,. ,. imported
? snd'it f l ] ,
t.ho conducted "
eprTnga InTalsuiUiblelmand "
dellhe 11 fishermen
I :haJj.bee /see her nyeen'hrforeca shTppedifrom the lake to I ( I I from
" -rV"J ** . Bohemia and has been
1. \I \,,!J A't;; can Jt lt. o. of pop contract' to open the.n.0". e olllg a hr"i vine,ibusi neef so far a ne'as s al M!,UlDiffefSmfcatrthffilady'1hho.'. j' >:..t"W"I\ - dorsed by Pope Leo JC1II, the Em-
ka, hasel t a shed a new precedents: n Springs road frornTApopka was award. heard from ,Pri'cet1T are aid i \to .be a, at mAis hffllIsTfishingcxlnot i :' of' Austria and emi
and4RacW'was' ppror many
real estate. They say that they are ed to McKoy Bros. at the meeting last ''little on the advance this year/which ;.'ru1r.on. by that lady NOT I nent physicians, besides receiving

$ interested in seeing our town grow week, their bid being $495.00.( The creates an additional advantage and ; as remunerative as "\usual I. I I'the highest awards, gold 'medals. +

$ a and want to spo new settlers locatinghere bids ranged all the way from their has (caused the) patriarch to the- cOnclusion /Hello! R. W. (Duck) ) Simmons', give jlor i This MALARIA ii a rrcicription' or CHINS' prepared& especially FEVER. -.ome of which are reproducedon '

!Ii and in order to give to the new figures up to $1,325.00. The 'distance that he will again take to the)I'us, the news in your community; shall Five or six! doacs will break any case and I II the cans-and honorary Diplo
coiner: every advantage possible the ':,''is between six miles and is \\\8' His launch is receiving "an try to be with you about Christmas, I if taken tiii. | a* a tonic the Fever will not I mas from Expositions held in Paris,

+ propose to sell any property inside thcorporate e I; to be opened 20 feet wide and: all overhauling and with be ready for may have good news; tell Katie to I return. It acts on the liver better than Rome, Vienna, Florence, London +
I i Calomel: anj doer not gripe or ticken. 2Sc
limits, for some time at least toots!! and everything removed to a business when he gets ready to try have good sticks ready for kite mak I and Liege, in recognition of its'r '

without charging one cent of com mis- !I I I. depth of one foot under: the surface. the fish.: The canal continues to,, impede ing, and we'll have our flying machine I. __ ___ -=- I great curative qualities. This is ..

1 ,ion to anyone. They will bring the Newell and Ulster are kept busy navigation but the captain with afloat. "M" receiving no further ar one of the few articles that is free +
for their his tides Gazette was pleased with the +++4.+++++++++++++4+41f..a' from alcohol narcotics and
buyer and the seller together and see these days filling orders fine his steamer continues daily trips poison.
--- . I last one and wants_another. If it does not do all that is claimed "
I ----- I Come again; Campbell} glad to hear i TNE, GRAYSTONE j! for it,.your money will be refunded.

tk you award your teachor. Don't leMis's BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., '

Bessie leave you without a prom I Buffalo, N. Y.. U. s. A. .
ise to return. Keeping an able teacher ere AU THE rue
:I: Sold by Kissimtne Drug Co. Kisslm-
advances pupils much faster than i it f 2.50 to 3.50( per day. :I: .mew. .M .lorv,. +
WANT -" does! to change every year. Nothing Special by Week. or month. Z "
DO new since-my last, so will give fcu a t :I: : Gazette
Yi rest. REX. t .. w. mum. "'III ..D. FORTH, nt. ::1 J: Advertising l in the Valley 1
always produces
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INCEMDIAHY AT DAVENPORTFor -, --. .-- -- -- ,
Fruit Pasture. ..,
the third time now some one -
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I has tried to burn out some of our '

Farming . Grazing mercantile months establishments.Some ago it was. discovered! I Big COP Fancy

YiI in the middle of t.helight that The

: Timber Fair Store, 6ur largest department
fire and few months Fruits
store, was on a I '
later a similar fire was discovered /

I -I L under the M. & D. Mercantile Store. -"I '
Send for our new .
Monday night a similar fire was found

LANDS about midnight under the J. E. Bowen Free Citrus Book
!Ii grocery store. It would.appear from

!IiIi the evidence in hand that the same entitledFruitfulness" . R'

'I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body fires person in or each persons case had they set had all of carried these' : '

From Ten Acres to One Hundred from the turpentine still some of the .. .
: rosin fagots, piled them under the II It gives full information$ as to kind, quantity and mode of r '
building and .Ignited them The au- -
Thousand Acres. application of v
+ thorities have been unable to locate I

I the parties, but will now( with ,
guilty Fall Fertilizers '
:' A Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a : (the new developments put forth renewed .

efforts to try to locate* the offenders For profitable field results there is nothing\ to compare with ri

; Full Description and Terms of Sale. .. : Fortunat.elyJ in each case Ideal Fertilizers and Ideal) Methods '"
has 'been along to discover
some one
I IIi i .- I the fire. Monday night Postmaster! Write HIS )'our requirements and let .us quote you. "

Hitchcock had been awakened by some
D. G. McKAY I confusion his chicken' yard and 'WILSON, ,& TOOMER FERTILIZER CO. '
when he* got up 'and went out to see I JACKSONVILLE FLA ," t
!Ii ... what the trouble-was noticed the fire ': ; ' F
: I smoke in'the neighborhood of ther.pwen Local Agent. .Waters & Carson Grocery. Co.... .
and] : .. .
xSc' FLORIDA .0 .. .
'KISSIMMEE, : -'. ." etor . lie immediately alarm- I .". '. ,' ., -. -. _. --,-.. --' -411!.......... .. ... : r ,

,_.. rd'"one of the neighbors and they ex- o'J.
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i : \.', PACE.I'- to\ THE KTISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE \ FRIDAY, DOTt/BEs ,1'7,1813.; '''I

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av"oooooooaoAeaaaoo-. -' ('11 A RrKR: .XOTIfM'OK APPLICATION KOIl' LF.T- ,undermined' Notary Public In and for .'
J TIOIIS I'ATICNT AND IN40K-:! 1 said Comity and State, personally appeared -
;: A. Hunter, Art hue J1] Don- $ h9osiT
Tt<> .undersigned' ".. E. L. Lesley
not for t'Kan. I' A. Pans Agnew
LEWIS .form rectal| club or nuclei
O'BRYANATTQKNEY lirontjk Wul trt iM'C'otmlnoori* rttl<.<1 *. Notice; Is hereby given that the undersigned : E O. Vln.M AKIIUW, ?L Katm Jno. M. '
.' nuclt( it the niHiiiwr iiroetci'llii-d-d by tilaw < w-171, apply to the governor 6f I I/1...... C. A: Carson.., John D. Clark H. W,. j',;
,. AT LAW'r ''l of'.ld StallIn tint! liulinlf pro- 'the !State of Florida\ on the 20til day of i Melklejon, Harry \\'. Thurman and Wll.
:**_ "l"fti\r.'f\ -i--ehw-ehaxls'l: 11l,U.LliibiUV! A. D 1''13. for elters> Talentlncn1 ' 111111<1"0", to mv well known andknown.J.ojnuJo ..',
-- tinArtlrl im Column ( .i.trnting1ZTSSiMME1fiCLt3B'! -<:H>M- j'I "1>" the Individuals docrl.d -

I 1. Tilt; name nt for vurpurutlon 1.l.lsrlmmro I.I.i l I, I'ANu"'r. the following proposed in and '1.0'jlUb l"rt'b..dtb..lf" char-< ... .. .. I 'Ii
r SPECIALIZING IN (10 the foregoing: proposed
jolt ('I'h.' Ms locution <.r and articles of Incorporation I names
.. .hall tie In the CMts of KlH../lmint-i>. '" of which has been filed-< In the tar und each acknowledged, that he executed I
ABSTRACT i ,,'oulit1ilt (J "I'oln. 1'I1"t FI .t-.J.'lo.da.-U./lcl.. :. et.lhe Secretary of. .State! of I sa4! l the for the purposes t heroin ,,
alinll t'Xlul perpetually ; of F1.1i1da;'" I / t-x pressed.Witness
purporiiflon ..
"hand and official seal At
I my
'. .; AND 2. The jrrnornl object. : of the.f cor.I.elal)>i>-l //hitrt: 14 OF INCORPORATION- AND 1 KlHslinmve, said County and State this i I II
ratlon Hhulltbu Hit pronuttlon i D. 111.
A. .
Kith of September '
day '
.: ., Intvl'vuuiHU among in '.nionilivrn. withall.llte 81MMKK CLUB COMPANY. .. Seal> W. B. CRAWFORD.
-- --- - TITLE-- .. tlKlitu, iiunu-ro.. HiKl. prlvlltgr.permitted I Notary Public State at Largo. I'.j
it by kYtnpt(-r-4 9a''Of theI.awaof undersigned hereby assoclatnthemselves .
My commission" expires89bf :
BANK BLDG. Florida niltlrd "An Act Ns to the together for the.purposoof Marl"h-" IS, 1U7
I I Incorporation of social Clubs or SojclvtU'H I boconilnir\ Incorporated under the lawsof ?1
II I I not for profit." Including tilt the state of Florida .
aoaoaoooo'oaaa4>, aaaa I< fees, duv s, t1n4M, ants, calm or otherWIHI. The name of this corporation shall i DH. J. W. SIMPSONDKNllsT.
.. such na.niav hu ol'encrlbcd In the. he KI8S1MMEH CLUB COMPANY. It. .
'1 .. liy-laWH, to the end' .Oh'Iy or promoting principal office and place of business ," -" ... "'...1'11'-;. 'I'1f' ?
..oooooH+H-t: j. ; > fonprollt or dividend, and to each end In the mate of Florida, and Its businesses .
THE Holely, th.. 'acquiring, holding Easing may he conducted' In -- Upstairs in Kata 'Uulldln'jl.. .
E mortgaging selMnii. ", transferring, and .the State( of Florida, or. In other j HOURSI' i u.a. m. to 12 m.
i I' J conv'lnti of property real and,, |>ejnuiial. '-' States and Countries, through! offices. )MFICFt J i:3otofi:30j.: : m. I

ManhattanHotel branches, knrencles or otherwise, as1. Telephone No. 76 Jun ft. .IvrDR. l i Ir r TNTEREST that boy of 'yours. in the importance of starting
f' bo bo ;
8. Tho curiiitrntlon ulinll manaitcdby may necessary or convenient .
. ". :" a pr(-.idenl, vlcf..pre..ld.'iit, aucretary, Article 3. 1
select HIS OWN
( 'j =1 treaBurer told lite other .. Board. The "Keneral nature of- the( business W; CARSON, i t? save. now. Help him. to BANK. show '
. shall together ponstltute tli. of businesses to be transacted: by said \ "
'f' --" Dlrectom, until Ihu by-lawB. duty adopted Company Is aa follows: 3 h him. wherein THIS' BANK excel! in the matter of guaranteed :;

i : Special Attention to J. may titherwltiw provlil<>. they Khali, I To acquire by purchase or othork : 'DEi.S'l! !
I I' i ii be "elected annually on Ibo drat \\'ciliKml.lV wise, own, hold,.buy. .sell convey, ex safety'superior' service and courteous business treatment.
? the !Traveling: Public In February, the I-law.: mayHrrlliV" chanKe.;, lease, mortgage/ dispose .of, I" Office over Cole' Jewelry Store I -, .
.., ,
"" the .ili-lnlln of 1114,011 trado and deal In real estate or other I )
Il t ."10 In/l F. (.y aiiu-nditicnt, cluuiKcth property personal mixed."" Office Hours! 8-12, '1-5 ,
; ( 1 Just, across the sqDre.from! il/l itr of tar; ninual t-Ii-cttuii. To survey, subdivide plat Improveand Office .phone 158 '. i

f t'1 '!'. A. C. .L. DepotKISIMMEE }:: i 4, Tlif) monilifrs of tho corporation develop landft for purposes of sale j Residence" 23Ga : him with and "i. talk
i '' .. Bring you us aan a
: ,- 4uUl consist of the! iindcralmu-d. andunder or otherwise, and to do' and performall .
< { ,\. FLA. ::' I the aitHuclaltfi. iv..l(.ctf'd l by .the things needful for the development. administered for extraction of teethL. I 1
{. .llIn'd nt their IIrut ineptlnxr after (lie improvement and management of the .,i, .. It. may mean the beginning of a t
: \ -<-<-: ''ttpurovul n(. till) Ch.irtcr, and th..-rviilur same for'r..lden..e. trade er business, I -,
.invmliirK may b.. plctted as may To build .alld construct houses or \\7' WINN : bright financial career.' "I t i
I prcuc'ilbfd 1'I liy-litWH.: Tho other buildings, and to manatee developand ?.
I ti 't1.bsralacy \ dad InXo aa Improve real property generally. ,
'. v M many -.III..s 'I brined. upon .Much dlatlnctltm To buy,. sell and generally trade In, PHYSICIAN
ll t HM ni4iy lio preBci'lbt'4 In tho bylaw store, carry and transport all kinds ofgoods .J
; *, The vOting power shall Ixi ventAd ..' wares, m..rchalldl.prOvlslolJ.. Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. We have many' customers who have'grown up with this (.
I In the uidlnary mrrnliria. each there und supplies. R..I".IlI'II0N&. ''II\: KlIWIHMKR:, / .
'THE HOME BAKERY I I nt.havlnA 1 ,vn Vote Whew present In per To build buy sell equip, operate and OPPICB: "PUNII:tI.. Ki-omn 'j f
sun tit the mer-l1ng. and 'w lien absent own .steam ships steam boats sail bank under j just such conditions. Their standing .in the com-
7 from the meeting earli. auclj voter may IDK vessels motor launchu. 1 I" .
veto upon 4iu Amendment'to tho bylawa and other-boats and iifoiictty to iI. GEIGER '
i i or to tin CliarteT IrunsiultlliiK to the b8..d ln-such bualnes trade, com 1\R. S. I'institution': :
met-tliiK his. vote thereon In writing duly mercc k PI11'MICIAN AND SURGEON ,
and navigation; and to construct
Now I .. '<,wd. This' rlulit to voto may be foitVIK'il Bank
and Citizens BuildingI
operate piers docks wharves.warehouses
; ;iKissimmee
I liv thoae realdent member who .
: Broadway- (" lfbt.d to the corporation, or for and terminals. .In connection Florida
i i art | with such business.. :
y H 18 rouse Hr<'-1iot In good atandlng, a. may
: Located j bu preacrlbfd; In the' by-lawn. To pursue, and to any do.any and and all all other other'acts businesses '- Phones! Office 297 .or" 64 STATE-BANK' OF'KISSljVIrMEE -

C. Th.; by-lawa .shall be adopted by and things, and exercise any and alloth..r Residence, 265. 14-lyr
at the undemlKned at the fleet meetlnicheld powers which may be necessary '
upon the approval of tills Charter expedient or convenient In connection "-
und thereafter may be amended either with or In addition to the business. and "- ]
j by the proposed amendment being posted businesses hereinbefore .specified whicha f. A. VANS AONCW W. B. CMAWrOBD. ,
In the club rooms after being recommended natural person and a corporation of .
by )
this character lawfully do
may and
exercise VANS
J. H. REED .. Prop. for tire period of. two -weeks next pre- and to do any and all .ofthe Capital $50.000.00
tloua to the meeting at which It Is ,businesses. or things! before mentioned
adopted regular, or by belnir and presented at one lathe either alone or In combination.' Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security$130.000.00 *:;.
meeting being poated
It Is the intention that all the objectsand
club rooms from then until" the nexttegulan specified and clauses Offices;. IM M Cltfrcnf Bank nnlldlsc Officers and .
powers Directors
contained -
meeting. The actual vote caat. In this paragraph shall Kissimmee Florid ,
,, a oooooo-o-oaaaaaasa or the the written actual consent vote cast of together those absent with where otherwise, .. expressed, In said except paragraph C. A. CARSON. Preit J. M. LEE. Vice PrtsL, yr; "'
be nowise limited or restrictedby .
M. TILLER anal! manifest .that two-thlrda of the reference to or inference. from the M.. KATZ 2nd Vice PresU. r: i
( ; ordinary members favor the proposedamendment. GEIGER. ,
terms of other clause of this
any or 11.D.
5 5I
ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier
any other paragraph In this charter i
Real Estate This method of amending the by but that the objects and powers specified
law. may be amended lit the mannerliereinbefore in each of the clauses of this. para-. ATTORNEYA-T-LA\V I
I i, prescribed, provided only .. .
..,...;.....,................... I that In tul event shall the by-laws bemended graph shall and he pow regarded ei's. aa Il1d"p"nd..nt"hJ",18 i' Office State hank Building <. \ .J; '
and until thereto |
except consent
This charter be
} Realty bought and sold. : hn. manifested by at least a majorityof time to time as may provided amended b)' law from now I' Kissimmee. 1"lorld. .

Houses rented. the ordinary membeia.The or her,.aft.'r viiActed.Article", .
,1 ,. ,
house rules and other provisions 3.
$ Taxes paid and Titles ver- for the convenience and ttruldance of The. amounni or ahA.. ..error. anal. (:tEO. F. PARKER. -- --
authorized:, ':-:-: o.OoOoOoOoOOOoO. >C c C U UtOoOoM
the members. may tie adopted and shall be Twenty-five; Thousand 00 0 ooooooo.
ified for' non-residents. amended by the club' or by offlcera or 'I Hollars, divided Into'Two Hundred Attorney-at-Law. --:-:-:-:-:-:-. 0000 000000' 00'' 0 to'' ..

, Fire, Life and Accident In- committees, aa prescribed In the bylaws and Fifty shares of the par \alue
of line Hundred Dollars each . ''GRA'YST =:N'E G ARnENB: ::: -
surance. 0. This corporation may subject Itself Any part or all of said capital stock ,, Collections and Conveyancing. ? I

Indemnity Bonds to Indebledness.o1 liability In theairgrenrate may be pa)'able either. In cash or In pr?,,- |I Specialties. Railroad Are. and Dakon St. Kissimmee Fla.
not arreater than Five Thou ertv, labor or service, at a just valuation i ,

sand 7. Dollars A. soon$5.000.00)a* convenient. after the by the to directors be fixed by at the a meeting corporators called: .for or )I! 1 II 1 Broadway Now have ready for setting out: t ;*'

-- approval end recording of this Charter, such and .' :
purpose; the judgment of such i t Strawberry Plants Plants .
i the uiiderntgned members shall convene incorporators. or directors as to the valueof I Eggp'lent /
and adopt by-lawa; and until the next ( F. KRIL3BSATTORNEY "
such property, labor or service shall JJ. Cauiflower. Bell Pepper Plant.
election the Officers and Hoard of
1 Directors In '!
the absence of fraud be
I conclusiveupop
shall he aa follows; ,ptockholders'and all LAW KUSIMMEE.o'LA.. Tomato Planb
iI parties dealing At )
: i S.HJIUftOCKREAL (resident. Harry A. HUllt..r1. : with the Company. The authorisedcapital -.l . .
Vice-President. R. W. :Melklejon And will have and all kinds
Treasurer J. It. Clark ; ; stock may be Issued and paid I Examination of Titles a Specialy. soon celery of vegetable plants -

. Secretary. Frank Vans Agnew ; terms for at such and time conditions or times aa and th. upon Honrd such of :I Notification and payment of taxes of that grow best in this country, by 100 or 1000. [, .

ESTATE H.Directors Mnktnson.: : Arthur R. I. Lesley F. Hon"Karo.V., J. Wade Directors, may dett-imlne.; and it may : non-residents given careful Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt. 1
m%%*%**...m*.%%.m%*%%%. Tucker and P. A. Vans ..Agliew.IM b !Intl'.ae.d from time to Hint beyond i, attention.
:WITNESS WHfcREOF, and In the amount stated;: In the manner provided ,i|i
INSURANCEExamination testimony of the Intention In ! b> I law. _. U-mg: ::: : ., t'

to carry out the purposes and objectsset Article 4. :i i Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett s .
'- forth hereunto subscribe. The corporation I .. ..
we our shall hav<* KUCCOSslon I,--- .
of Titles a names this the 8th day of October A. hIts corporate name perpetual-i,I OH5JSTON &: GARRETT I
(). ISO3. I ly.. and Is to exist perpetual!; J Attorneys atLaw, DR.:' C. L. HYATTrhjrsician 1'1' M. RIVERS M. D.

s t HARRY -HUNTER Article K. '' and! .
1t.v.'MEIKLEJON The business j Offices 10, 11 & 12 J .
a I Specialty. I' A. VANS ANEW of the corporation shall SurgeonJKissimm PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
r .. be conducted by a president a 1st vIceprisident.a'2nd Citizens Bank- Bldg., ,4" :.,
"' "yM's ARTHUR E nONEGAN .Phoner Office "
1 : I,. Vice-president sec- .' n over Osceola Pharmacy
''Mi; \;: Corresoondence Solicited. ,J i _, t't'iY41 "}'4' W M. HARRIS r-MiiiiMSM ;: ( ** '
: / ;!}' .
\ IFlorlda
': weI3'MAKiNBK:: dlrectoisfMfonslstlng ofijiiotiiless'ithan woraadaeaa.f.oUla "' Ihup'x t ddeoceBS
$ -.- -- -- ---- .. Res. 248 NEe''t
----- : :, JNh&M..I.FE Thrpeipnorgrtiore than'sevenljmembernft +,, s ? OftSce Hil''' .
Jo 4'1 LESLEY Ihetetuinherrofidlrectorsltoljbeinxediby.. YA.KY.Y T PIC1UN WASLOWLeta i't'/ ",, .\' '.,"'JW" 'r '
." I.,.," LUI'FERUI th< inthetbstlaw8lfroiji; ( Counsel for Judge of the _._.. _. ,.. _. <41.
- '" = r
tim --
1IAKKY. THURMAN I IStaple hold two or more offices, r "fi '
except that 1//
I C.W.GRIFFIN nl'I.ORIOA the president and the treasurer shall MASSEY/ .
not be the same person. ,
IIB IT KNOWN that before 111. the be the officers to conduct the business LAW
and FancyGROCERIES undersigned officer} duly authorized to of the company until the officers who AT ..
4 take acknowledgments of deeds nerHonally shall he elected at the first election of Practice In all the Court. of the state' and ol V IAATLANTIC
appeared ARTHUR E. DONEUAN. officers of said company shall be quail. 0)0 United States situ) before the Florid.IUi|. I -
one of the,' subscriber to the fled. road Commission, and the Interstate .. ; COAST: LcrE: ::
rA : : foregoing proposed Charter of the Kls .... A.: Hamilton President. I
slmmee Bolt; Club.vto me well known. Harry A. Hunter 1st Vice*President. 11-14 CHARLESTON BLDO. ORLANDO. FROM KISSIMMEE
? -. - and acknowledged that he subscribed R. \Mclklejon.: 2d Vice-president. ..I1 't-

i +', . and and purposes executed therein the same expressedIN'WITNESS for the. uses and J. the n. following lark. Secretary directors and: L.Treasurer A. Ham ',,FLA.I 9.85 Pensacola, Fla., and return. Tickets on sale

Free Delivery to all Parts hereunto WHEREOF. I have ilton. Harry A. Hunter R. \Y'. Melkle yJOHNSON_ Oct. 18-19-201H. Limited Oct. 29Ui. U. C. Y,
set my hand and official seal
jon. J. D. Clark. Arthur E.
Donegan, JE.
1 at Klaslmmee, In the. County of Oaceola 23.40 New Orleans La.; and return. on
L. Lesley and W B. Maklnson. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w sale
ofthe City; and State of Florida,
1F. I. .(thl. 8th day of The annual meeting
the stock
October A. D. 1913. Oct. 111213th. Limited
'. holders shall be. held on the second Will Practice in all Courts Oct. 18th, extension .
(Seal) B. I* STUTE. Wednesday of State and Federal
1' ,1 Notary Public kate of Florida. beginning with February of each year, to November 8th.
My commission expires 12th :May! 1917. the yea -IlI4. at which Office adjoining Broadway
-- -- meeting tho Director. shall be elected; 19.40 Asheville N. c. and
return. Tickets sale
p' and the officers of the corporation shall Citizens Bank 'KllBlmmee I on
A popular trystlng place STATE: OF FLORIDA be elected by the Directors as soon as Od.-19-20-21-22nd. Limited November 2nd.
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA practicable after the annual stock _, "

BE:. IT KNOWN. that before .,n... theundersigned holders' meeting1. MURRY ARCHITECT t I 49.10 New York and 'return. Tickets on sale Oct
: officer duly authorizedundeTth Arllele & :
,. .laws .ol..ald Slate to adminI..t..r Said corporation shall adopt an appropriate j 202122nd. Limited November 10th.

ohthH.1':. ItONROAN.personally to me appeared well known ARTHUR ; for the government seal and shall of; adopt Its affairs By-Laws not Orlando Florida. 19.20 Mobile, 'Ala., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. ,i

who being duly sworn upon oath says Inconslstcnt-wlth Its Articles of Room 16 ..
that he Is one of the subscribers 24-25-2 6th Limited Nov. 5th.
'o the poration and the Laws of ,the State of Watkins Block Extension to
foregoing proposed charter of the KIsslmmee Florida: which ByLaws may be amend 40-3mp' :- November j
i Jolt Club 30th.
and that It Is
his ed or repealed by the Board of J> "
Intention subscribers and thereto the, Intention of the. other ton as may be provided In said 32.15 Nashville Tenn. and return. Tickets sale
carry. out In Laws. ( on ;
# good faith the pur po.. *-and objects ..
It ItI M set forth therein ARTHUR DONEQAN. The highest Article amount 7.of lrec.t F' H. JENKINS Oct. 2829th. Limited to November 5th. J

or liability to which the .
t Subscribed and For cal1'on .
I me this Mh aworm'tn before can at any time subject Itself . SURVEYOR information or reservations ,
day of October
A.. D. .1813. enty-flue Thousand Dollars ( W. C. GILBERT; Ticket Agent Kissimmee

(Seal) n. J.. STUTIS. '( ), U6.000'-1 .\. A. W. Fritot D. P. A., ...'G. Kirkland, D. P. A., --t:

My Notary commission Public State expirea'12. at Jarge.May 1917. The names and Artlrle residences 8. of the subscribing Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. Jacksonville. Tam: .-.. .,

341 4S-6t Incorporators.. together. ... __with I '
- the number nf ..harn nf '' 6 .., .- -
'''''- - -. :.NHTICR OF APPI.IO.ATIOV"C TO APPLY are capital aa follows.stock- subscribed: :for- by u each, I :: ----- '- --- '- - -- ,-_. -.. -

Bldg-, Minneapolis -
Our -
meat market because so Minn., 80 shares '
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: 'No- Arthur 13. Uonega-n .
F' :. many arrange for their meets tice In hereby xiveivlw the undersigned 7V4 shares. Klsslmmee, Fla., .
of their Intention ly to the Hon. 1'. A. Vans :Agnew .
< here! Perkins Kislmmee Flo,
;, orahlR James W. Judge. of the C .hrcs. ,
'." : Crrvult: Court :" Severith Judicial E.: L. Lesley: ICI..lmm..e.
Circuit of the Mate of Florida, In and shares. Pla2y 4 .

f: =:- -- : .. ,--. '- "' -. -: : November for -Oaeoolo., A Count: 1 t;i 12 on, at the DeLahd loth ;day Flor I of 2 HharesM..K, O. .Van Agnew. Klmlmmee, Fla.., TO MAKE'FARMING i ,: '

':po .-.... ... ida or wherever the said Court may be' Katz, Klsalmmce Fla." 2 EASY .. > A
said shares.
on date for
Ihe.lnoorporatlon. not Jno.
.t-; W will be pleased. to'arrange for profit of a social dub to be named shares M. Leo Klaalmmee', Kla., ZVi

with you for the best cuts Immee the Is KI88IMMICE.. Florida, the OOLF purpose CLUB of of; which KIs- .har.C. ..A.. Carson; Klaalmmee, Fla., I *4 '.'-....

) )1( of meat, either by phone or at which members Is now under on file a in Intercourse proposed the office Charter among of the 'shares I John It. W.D' Clark KIsKlmmee.. Fla., 2Vi> You should-have the !"proper tools ; .

3 our counter. This is a rend. said Clerk Osceola of the County.Circuit Court In and for I 115 shares. Melklejon Klsslmmea Fla., ,

+ dezvous for meat for those who WITNESS this' the Ith( names day of of October the said A.aubScribers D.- I 10 Harry W.ahares B. W. Thurman Klsnlmtnee Fla., . to [work. with. "Ross Graves .:. : fY

n 111. Maklnson KUalmmee, Fla. .
N are particular about the kind HARRY A. HUNTER I'Share". 2 Hardware '
{ I
IN Store"
P. A. VANS AONEW: WHEREOF, ws have can supply '
they ..... JOHN W. H. D.HARRIS CLARK September hereunto set A.our D. hands 1913. this Ifth day of you : .

4l-6t K W.- MKIKLEJON.: Harry Arthur A.E. I Hunter>onegan".' with everything, you need.iin that "< : \;';: : *'" .

P. A. Vans '
( NOTICE. E. L. Lesley Agnew, "- , ....
E. O. Vans A""W line at rock bottom :; ,.,
BULL BASS MARKET All persons owing accounts to the :N. Kats prices. : ;
New York Store are notified to pay Jno. :U. Lee '
C. A. Carson .
- .same only to. the undersigned owner John D. .Clark w *
= ,
: ORDIA BASS and get his receipt for same. Harry R..W. Mel W. Tburraan k IJon Ross Graves'

W. & : ardware store
A. MsJtiBSoa. '
y .1 Proprietor.New York Store. 8TATP.OF: FLORIDA ) : ..... :
'Kissinamee, Fla., Sept. 25, 1913. 42itV BAN"'IT OF 08CKOLA: J
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: Proceedings of rioad Fund --h---h__ ";"1 n.. ",
the Fine un.VI
j The A .. _._.________ 118.41' Bandy Tax Collector and attached ., -,
B following-Treasurer's report showed the to the Assessment Mr J. H: Walker Jr..labor sen. be. no-wlsn limited 4
Roll for
of .Irapb.
balances the Proceedings '
on hand: County MNo. subdlstNo. 4 1f.OO'' Inference'to .utrlc.
General or
Commissioners Fine A revenue _______...__. S070.C8 of Osceola for'ne year A. D. Nine. laboj"tj,. '_ the term of any other clause of trm this.
i Comity Forfeiture No. 28, t '
School __.._____... UU.'" teen 4 -..- t.&0 or any other paragraph of this CBJar. .
Road Fund -......______.;.-_ 7".9' Hundred and Thirteen, has been Miss Cleo Wooldrlde, *' tell hut that the objects and 1 '

.. Convict Fund Lcaia-----_____.___._____ 207.51 481.01 duly recorded on page 289'of' Book -3 theJchooLBoarc( Mis grading ommIU.Smith.;- services; .... 1.01 .1..110.In, shall each 'Of be the clauses rrs IndeJ

I t B anoi-----: ---____._.,..____ 871.54 of the Mlnut .'of the Board of County grading; cmmIU.h '.04 obJ.t. and ..rde.' ,, '
Kiisimmee Fla., Oct. 6, 1913. SlN03 _._h__._________... 114.98 Pyof.I1.J0vaua..a.r. AJ1TJC1 pow.r.. I ,
S61)No3'" __________ Commissioners in and for the comm. A telegrams CJaDI. 6.61 f -.- .
uh ___ 7H.92 County amount of Capital Rf ,,
j The Board:!: County Commissioner S 8 flNo4 u__....__._________ 1177.58 aforesaid The Board of InstrucUon met .r. John Anderson labor, welL .T.. be FIFTY 1atit. .
!8SDNoS ---.----__ ___ __. as required by Section .27 in P"blc school No. 4 _.?_........__ 68.K 00.00, divided '' '7'
In and forOsceoI county,,Florida,met ? i: of Chapter 6596 Laws of regular being preseniCeorg. I Sir, Av Z. I'ann-labor sch. No.1 5.U IHund.d VLLAJ8 of the par'vsJae '

'f on the above date, there being( present The Total Tax.--Collector'___--__.._)_.license-10811.18 "Given under, my hand Florid seal. of; .' W. Ov.rtr.t" and ,W. W. .tr Aand' -express.9.,Nears'f----tfle.ram..,. frl .16.OS I .f each.UNH Any HUNDRED part or(aiL$100.00)of said ,

\ E. L Lesley* R. V.'TLanJeri A. F.:.Bass, Showed The 'L n general collected. report, office this 6th day of October 1913. I Chandler; ,. Sear.secretary. Xml ..HeaOnpr. boards 46.K. lock may be payable, either I. caSh. or
'. O. R. Bass W. F'.. 'WA1ker: ,, Commissioners ., showed ".00 Collectors collected. poll tax report (CI.rk'.f !...L. Overstrcet, Upon motion, George yf. Ov rstrt \V'No*. c"c"1 1'lant.cct school---". ".e valuation In prepeVty to, labor be fxe or ...rYlc.ininoorpo at just.

W J. S'J ru'Atty: The Board adjourned until was elected temporary chairman. Th uu raters. or by' the .. at -> meet ,
for'the 9 : Aihe
Seal tHeft.
i a. irL. ( 1) f Clerk of the Circuit .:, : ":i 19.01 ing called for such purpose the '

r Board and J. L. Ojerstreet,,fcjerk.; .October 7th, 1913. Court in and for Osceola County." and minutes.of the lalt'neetnr-w r red Tamp Mr. R. I Book*. ..'. sch.sell I 1 1.11 )nattm nt ., euoh the value Inoorporator of such an. '..
.; = minutes if last Board met at 9 JL. nu, October 7th approyd R. May. hauling lumber aro service shall. In Mile
: __. jlhe '
.pieeUng" school :
S No. 14 .__._. ... io.'o _
"There being t
1913 there ? ? >e '
no county (
were read, and approved.Miss being present.E. L. Lesley business to treasurer,' reported Z. W.' Bus. bwUdina, son. No. 1 '6H..<'.f'fraud nclu.I.partle..deeJingwltk' r
, . R. V Lanier '0. R. Bats W. F Walker come before the-Board, motion for ad as follows: Jack Nia'.ons.aaborsei. No.3 .... the' The authortaej '
Ro. t1r ,.. ..
A .plie. BC. No. ,
Ie .
- the To the ] capital-Moclc-may. be Issued aa4> nJ4 :
/ Commissioners-! 'and J. L..'Over- journment was made .and duly seconded Honorable Board of Pbli In- $2.4.i.: t. .50k No 511.25: for at such "time or time, andpupon ,.
Board in E..l1f..ea l the Boys' and struction in and No II, $ '..IdCtr. suoh term and conditions '
street,JCjerk. whereupon ttk'Boardadjourned to for,Oscla County]. 3. ftmtIt 1.1------.r. --- a. the ifiemrdof
I.. ...
anlltor .Directornay. determine! and .t..
Oirls ) J after, x-: The Bd rd'employed. R. Ludlam meet again at their regular f n I 'herewith-tender my report a. $ nl yr.r.nt No .. capital .Mock may be Increased*from -, ,
meeting 1, months ..-_!.. . .. 0.
.. ,4. 0 time to tims.beon4 the
(gainingthe, plans if the N" Treasurer of'.Oaceola ? amount stated. ,
prganfzatio"ed as County Engineer for one month at . i County for th< C Bank, loa< mo. ..: 8600.CO. manner provided by law. .' ,

\ the. Board; to: naake adonationoi .a salary 01'$125.00. J. L. OVERSTREET, Clerk. month'of Sptembr. 'A. D. 1913. CtUaen 1817. 6 H.nk ,_No.T_._ 14000 1 .The corporation' .ARTICLE shall IV.sateS t ., -

$125.00' to assist in .ofganlilngclub : Cltlsens Bank, order' T ally per.t. ,' ,
a W..I. Barber' tax To Balance'tr'o'm lasTVeiort. ; Bass 80.00 : or until .dissolved
Osceola : assessor presented 119.III Fggeraglue A Reldal. labor law .
} In) ,county. ..Whereupon his tax: bo k.,,for 1913! and th. O m.l TOrriTt-.Pcd- CoinSrjinV' I No. 1. ....... ..._..__.. .cb ARTICLE- ) V. '
.' sj ---- syaatf WF- Proceedings: ..._. J. U. '
the board agreed to give $62.50 : t. i..' McNeal. labor school No""l The Charter'of title Corporation may
on ntissloners, having examined same and T 'amt. D.n"m T--.i-- ,Osceola, Hdw. Co.. .uppIPh_. be amended from time to a* provided .,
j condition that the School Board would the CHI..n. 1000.00 M. O. Weaver 1 law now or tm. ,tonact.
compared' copies with the original To amt' reed. from Tax Mach Bros labor sch.'No. 1 1.1. *d; .bY have- published due notice .
give a like .sum, making the amount' upon motion duly seconded, same were the City Council Poll. .913' ; 1.0 liJv. J1".. lbr; .ctll 4..h.__ 10.80 thereof. and have otherwise complied> 'It,
To amt. reed, from'taxes!! _:: .
< I.
I requested. .88 1i ,Mtarln1 Ibr. ch- NO. 1__ with the Htatute In such case made and ' '
N accepted; and tho 'following warrants -. - -, ? Ibr- *cn- No. '- 11.1 provided.
I Mr. Wm. P. Lynch'came before thi made 28.1 ..W. < Hanklns, typewriter and ARTICLE VI. ,
'; out to the tax collector:- kissimmee Dy paid war.nt. a. per list._ safe, school No. I _._... 160.00 The business of this Corporation un
Board 'and asked them to send .the. "State of Florida ; Fla., Oct.. 7, 1913. .A pt it ion having b."n filed .showing til otherwise' provided, shall be conducted .
The By that ((there was a number of by a a 1st Vice Pres
: County Surveyor out and have met in regular session -----.8 .ull..l..nt Pr..I""nt
"To C. L. Bandy Tax Collector of scholars to justify at Goblet's Id"nt a Id a Secretary

;{,J road running through Lots ,38. and 43: the County of Osceola: there being present T. M. Rivers J. E. To By bal.paid,,, last report as per..l.t___ '889.71 W.19 Cov\ Mie furnish petitioners the stating the that Board ttfoy Ilr.consisting Treasurer;of.r..ld.nt not less than of 1)1 three rec-

of Section 1.5. Township 26 South, "You are hereby commanded to collect Rush G. H. Prather C, E. Yowell, andJ. J 7i established said buldlnl.. to, be ( more than seven (7) members; '
R. Gilbert By .balan. ------- --_ ', 871. known as "Oak Orove School No. 21." he I number of IJIrector to be timed by
t Range 30 East -surveyed .at his ex out of the real estate 'and personal Clerk' ... .. I>'..rle. No. '2. and appointed Miss Ruby Bass, as the stock-holders. In' the by.l.w.from -

pense; said surveyor to report the property: and from- each of the persons The prjslde being absent on .motion , To By, warrants from last as report per l.t___. 142.88 17.40 '' month.of same a a salary of "'0.00 bold time two to time or more The bfflces. The( followlIng may ,

practicability of changing samo ,al and corporations named in the J. E. Rush,was"duly! elected president The Hoard also appointed J. It Martin named persons shall be the officers", '
tern. By baSa',. ____ 11.9 a. supervisor, of said school. to conduct the business of the Company
next meeting of the Board. annexed, roll, the taxes set .down in pro $. ,-". Itutrlet N.a MlHS, Vera Har/rtv1 was appointed until the officers who .shall be elected ,y
Theminutes 'of thq last Tw-bulunee from last report___ 1191.96 teacher of at the first election of (kncers of/kald 1'Lompflny 4
R. H. .
Ludlam ,
i: county surveyor, each roll opposite each name corpora ,, .meeting By paid warrants as pit11.1 __ 451.04 A petition Imvlnif received from [ shall be qualified, '
made were read and approved, reports of the'colored saying there H. W. THURMAN, Presldetrrr : '
a report on, Pinedale ditch and tion or parcel of land therein described "' people was a
balance ..._._. .
officers- 79.1.sufficient number of scholars to establish v. T MAK1NHON 1st Vlc.l're.14enU" .
filed a pr flle-'ot same; also map of and in case taxes"so Impooed are were examined and'fpproved, nHb.Hrbool IMotriet N.4. M achool at Aohon", and th.patrons H. O. "1IVFI Secretary .
bills To balance from last __ 1282.97 .
were approved and report ? having- the K. I) Treasurer;
proposed road between Ashton and not paid at the time prescribed by law, o paid By paid. warrants' a per list 5.19 building, the alr".d established said und the following Directors: '

the Florida East Coast Railroad and to collect the by levy as follows: .,j school the same to bo known ... 'Ash- H. VST. THURMAN.
you same J. ,V. By balance -.- i ton Hohool. Colored No. 26." and L. W.
Lilly aalr ,17.6 l MAKININ. .
approximate cost of samo. and sale of the goods and chattels C. V. Tlaon. sal. a a** mayor ____ 180.00 75.00 Si.l>-$" *.l UlKtrlet N.S. I Young was appointed teacher of A H. fEIVER '
m.r.ha To balance from last report ._ 20.22By school at of I>.
a salary month.The
Upon- motion duly seconded, the lands and. tenements_ so assessed or J.Howell Z. noberson Bass ma, .). .a. a.. Treas..?: 10:00 16.00: Paid warrants per list __ ..1 Board al.o UI.oo per M W I H. 1.ITEIt . it.

Clerk was instructed to secure a' 60. 'f(the person or corporation so taxed; J.Van.It. Olb.rt SaL as Clerk ____ 75.00 By balancel! 14.91. Short Th.a.salary supervisor of MUs of Cora said 1.... Maine. of shall-be meeting on the second of the Tuesday stock ,'
& ... 1
... :foot right-of-way for'public road on and all sums collected for the State City< Crawford, sal_____ 15.00 Blanned) 8. L LUIFEH .. St. 'Cloud school was raised to tO.O In February of each year, beginningwith
Aty. --------- --- per month the same to begin with the year 1914. at which oeeetinthe -
between Ashton and the FlorIda taxes to to the STate J. W. Tlomp. saL Member In the of 11.616.18 were Director be _
survey you are pay < Warrant. sum report. .hal 4 the
_.__ _.___ .Iceted
wC. _,______ .8.00 examined and cancelled In open session. The committee 'reported that they officer of boRlected
East Coast railroad. Treasurer at such time as may be required E. Yowell, sal member of Kills were approved and warrantsIssued had employed Mr. M. O. 'Weaver to' by the Directors a* soon sal

Council -h_._.____ too 'a. follows: teach In the 'KlssinnneeHigh practicable.after the Stockholdsrs"annual I
Mr. R. H. Ludlam county by law and at"tho same time penmanship
surveyor .J. El. Rush, sal. mbr.,Council.._ 10.00 WJ. Bears, ..1. Supt., ........ $100.00 school for three months at a sal meeting.
t: $ .filed a'report on a survey showing you are to pay to the County Treasurer T..' H. Prattler, sal. mbr..Council 10.00 W.'' C. Baas. M. 0' P. I. --__ ".00 ary of 826.00 per month.. Bald ARTICLHJ VII. ,', fSaid '
M. Rivers, sal mbr. Counci s.oo Oeo.' W. M B P I.- 4.00 was approved by the Board.' rpr. Corporation shall adopt an appropriate"t. v
'. I Iw .where sign boards are necessary on all sums ,coJlected'for County Fraternity Hal. rent 11.50 W. W. Chandler B P I...... 10.00vall"t The Hoard has again secured the services seal, and shall adopt by-law

the county roads as prescribed In Sec Taxes district school taxes and other O..eola. Hd.. mdse cItfr._._ 1.80 1 Uasette. ptg. envelopes 16.00 of Mr. Brown as In.tructor In for the government of Its affairs not
R lber aupplles city ___. 7.91 upf"r, comm. Trea. Aug. music In Klsslmmee High school at ,'.09 Inconsistent with Its Article of Incorporation
'. tion 1 of Chapter 6499 Acts of 1913. special taxes; and you are further required J. Ollbcrt t>py. Col. fi moa.. I and Sept. ,- -,--- 31.96 per week until further notice by. the and the I aw* of the Stat. of
H. N. Bratton. supt. St. work __ 75.00 R. M. Kvana, Sal. teacher boa rd. which by-law may be amend- -
Rev. W. R. Lake cajne before the to 'make all collections on or L. H. Ingram, teama for St. wk. 84.00 No, 1. 200.00 Supt. Sears Was also Instructed to FlorId.... .. by the Board of Dlreoto.

Board and stated that he had been sick before the first Monday in April; and J. H. Oilbert. pay roll St. hands 89.75 ; Mis Almena 1.ltn.r. sal. tchr. secure' shade trees' for the ,St Cloud R* may be provided In said .'
(0. Fla. Lbr. Co.. Ibr. brldges.- 48.85 school No. 1. "8. days) 80.70 school No. 16. lARTlCLH VIII. ,
. for some time and had'no'way of supporting on or before the first Monday in July, B. Maklnson Co.. mall. culv.) 50.0(1 schol No. 1. -.-,- 70.00 The Hoard endorsed the action of the The hllh amounnt of Indebtedness '
I. A.. llnuk. mowing streets __-_ 80.16 lilac Clara sal tchr County Commissioners In making an or to which this Corporation
himself and asked the Board you will make a final report to and W. A. Joiner sal. .upt K L P 115.00 Mr. J. O. I 1..db.U.r. teacher appropriation for the Canning Club. can at any time subject Itself shall

'. to his carfare to lIendcrsonvilJe.N. settlement with the Comptroller and S. E. (Clardner sal. E) L P 75.00 .chool Iarmr.. days) -.. 21.60 and also agreed to donate the sum of be ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND' ($100,. .
pay J. Buckles .sal. lineman_
C 60.00 Mlaa Ulad)'. Short. sal teacher 161.60 towards defraying the .expenses 000.(0" DOLLARS.
C., at which place his daughter County Commissioners. N. Parsons, sal, fireman ELP 55.00 school No. I (16 days) t.1 pf name.Supt. ARTICLE ijt ,
V. R Ellis, ( ol. \V & L _u__ 50.00 Alblna Smith sal teacher was Instructed to attend The names and residences of the '
: rj 1.t! I lives. Upon motion duly seconded the '"Given under my hand and seal this Cain Ibr. M L 1'-------- 1.50 Mica school No. 1. *s'0Miss the Educational Conventionto mbscrlblng Incorporators.. together r

KonterNewton, Ibr. E L P___ 1.00Fr..d R. sal teacher beheld .at Naahvllle on the 18th, DIll with the number of shares of the authorised '
. Clerk instructed to buy a Icket the 6th day of October .in the yearA. Edith K..lh. ,
v was Lrl'na. Ibr. ELI'n_._ 1.00 No. 1 8 5.0 ,and 30th of October. capital stock subscribed foray
. ( O. ELP _______ 8.00 -. \-r-r- 'the are as follows: ', '
. for Mr. Lake to this point the cost D. 1913. n" Miss Francis Langston tchr I There being no further business' each \
. Harry Corn..I Ibr. E L P__._ too school No.1 (16 days) .--- 48.76Mlsa Board adjourned until the next regular I. W.THURMA. KI..lmme.Flor-"i. ',
. of which is $16.25.A "W. I. BARBER T. W_1 11., on furnace. 14.00 Cleo Wooldrldge. sal tchr meetings '"" lZU ; .
V: R. frt. EL.P B.OO OVERSTRKEf.V. H. MAKINSON. Klsslmmee.. Flor- "i-
4 mtrs 82.59 OEO. \ W.
Assessor f"Taxes I r.t school No. 1. --- Attest: yo .
: i petition from Mr. E; G. Pierce for Electric Appliance Co., m..ter. 184.66 MarjorIe sal tcbr \ BEARS. Act. < ; 'I
And.r.on. idH.1o'lSBlVEn.
... 'a ,road running south from St. Cloud Osceola County""Spetla'l ; J't Wayne Elc. Wks. motor 84.81 11.. No. 1, --- <811.00Mlsa _T Supt. KI..lmme. FI o.' I..
. Fla. Fdy.. supplies K 1.. P.- 11,26 Harriet Wllcox. .al tchr 110 .h.r..r eDIt. .
being laid over Fla. Kli'C. Co.. supplies IP.114.39 65.00 I>. I1TER. Kls.lmmee. Florida. ,
presented same '
,was I school No.1. ------- MOTM'U OF .APPLICATION FOR l.KT- >
__ Warrant for Collection Of .___ .__
J. IS, Lupf.r. drayage 10.70 Juatlna Bafford. sal tchrachool PATKNT ANH IMCUt.IOKATION. 10' uhares .
,(to further consideration.The Drainage Taxes. ( ...... Hdw. Co.. indae. E 1. P 20.20R. Miss NO.-1 -.---- 4.00 'I'R' o 1). H. IHURMAN. Klsslmmel FlorId -

. 'Clerk was Instructed to secure l. Hansel, 13 It poles & his. 49.00 Miss oulae Thomason sal tchr 8S W. bay. ,
, "State of Florida to C; L. Bandy, K. Johnson ia). supt. W P.90.00 school No.1. __.------------- .5.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That iN l\t'N WHEREOF. tbie'tbs
, right of way to road north of StewartTyner' Collector of Will Yates, sal frm. W? P.___ 40.00 Miss May Clayton sal tchr the: undersigned Intend to apply to thislovernor D.1911.W. ,
of the A.
Tax County .
. Creek. State Hk. of Kiss. wood tcket. U1.80O..c.ola school No.1.. -.- 8.00 of the State of Florida, on tile ,6th, oeob.r
place on Shingle Osceol : Hdw.. Co.. mdse. -_ ll.M Mrs. M- C. Bryan .sal tchr 16th day of November A. I>. 191S, for H. : MAKINSON.H. RWA 1. .1;
The' Board took leccss till 2 m. A. I* .Davidson md... W P .. 1.00 school No. I, -. B.OO L.KTTKRM PATENT. Incorporating the B
p. "You are hereby commanded to collect -, H. Olckeraon. mdl". W P._____ 3.60A Miss Clara Htutej sal teachre (:JKCKOLA coNHTRUCTIO UEVELJPINU H. ( SEIVEH '. ' I
Board met again at 2 p. m., all officers I C L Hy Co.. rent on lot for school l I. I out of the real estate against lire auto ._u__________-____ 5.00 Miss Medora Russell sal tchr proposed Charter and 1 .tolowlnj ., .
as of the morning session beingresent which drainage taxes are assessed and A. A. Tano, pay roll fire Co... 89.00 school No 1 0.00 a copy of which has been FLORiDA
Berry Padicett, sal scavenger.. 80.00 MI. Cecelia Overatreet sal tcht corpor.ton. OffIce of the Secretary of State of ) ,
jp set forth in this roll and,from the per Harry Johnson sal. scavenger 80.00 school No.,1 --....(... 50.00 l4tatt. ; of th.the mate of Florida i iOF OSCEOL.A)I 55 .:
A communication from lion. B. M. Ache Disinfectant Co.. 120.40 Yowell sal tchrschool the
Emma CotITo
dl.l'nct Miss before me.
..,' 0, sons and corporations named therein, The Ministerial '. No. 1 ..--a...-... 78.00 ARTlCf.E INCORPORATION KNOWN, That Public In and for ,'.
Roberson asking for the cost of iron againSt whose lands drainage taxes are a petition asklnff that Council take Miss Maud Thomason sal tchr CHARTER OK- ANJ undersigned Florl/a at ,
bridge Boggy Creek was read and some action relating to betterment of school No, 8. (I mos.) : __,... '80.00 I'HOP"FI .CONSTRUCTION & the Rtate of a. '
over assessed the drainage tax'set down in moving picture ahows. On' motion It Mica Bessie LAWson.. sal Xchrschool UBVELOPINU COMPANY. ally sppesredMAKIN)40N. LJlWI '

the county surveyor was instructedto was no ordered that the president appoint No. 4 --- -. 4S.OO. The undersigned hereby "associate H.'II. 'JITr .
said roll I). H. Nio
opposite'each name, corpora- I'ornmlttei' to confer with saidBBHOclatlon teacherschool ofbecoming rEX and
a Miss Ruth Clark, sallt th..m..h'" together for the purpose be the in-
get the length of same:!in'order that lion, or parcel of land therein described -! relative to proper procedureIn No. 1." iLll'teacller 4.00, Incorporated under the laws known.and'described known I I In'and who. .lb. '", '
'. :Clerk figurea'as'lo'ithe"costof the matteri whereupon the president Miss Ruth Clark: 1 uf tho Hate of Florida the foretoinEproposed .,
: might'get ,', and i l in (i Case'\fiuch. drainage.,taxis,. i nppolntvd'U.' E. ,Yowell 'and l)n T, M. school No 7 aub.distt5 itmiiMmHjMrj .00 .i ,". ' I. icrlbed their ean" .-h' acknowl. :j', '
constnJCtion7: (*.WfpB t..? ,the'first of Rivera forspurpoae a* atated.v.i'.i' j','.'.:*>,'I.!. ,'A.i R.' Morrow .alary teacherj "t I II WtThename' of this corporation shall darIen executed the same fot 1h. '
not paid on or before, day ;,! 1)r'T. it. Rivers.-cWlrlnan ofiwater I ,"school No.kl8.igBB 3a 6..00 be'.the"( (JHCKOL.A CONSTRUCTION .5IEVEE.Ol'JNO edged that .,'
The road fund being short, the Clerk April next you are to collect' the same. and light committee I reported having II'. A. R. Morrow. salary teacherl etustRehool I COMPANY. Its prln- purposes therein .apr..d..otfo..1 ,
sent of water from city well No. 8..'" 25.00 place. of shall WITNEKH my 8
to borrow $3,000.00: for sample No. 18. .ub.dl.l cl pal office and bu.ln. ,J'thl. '
was .Instructed by levy and sale of the lands so as- to State Chemist and had received favorable Miss L.cna P.arc. teacher be Klnslmmee, In the County of U.. at KI..lmm..d in of October.-n. D. ::.:
two months.The collected for report as to purity of same. school -.- 40.00 ceola and State of Florida; and It. business. ELYZABKTH JOHN8TN. '
ssessed; and all sums Dr. Rivera also suggested direct connectlon Lena I'earce sal- teacher or businesses may be conducted (N. P.) .
following vouchers, were ex drainage taxes you are to pay to the with pumps to city w.1 which Alas No. IS sub-dlst No. S.. .10.00 elsewhere In the> State of Jlorl.or i mother I (8..1) .ida..&mml..lon expire Dot. '
warJ'ants order- would-Increase water supply case It Miss IvOSHlo Haye, aal teacher States and of. .
and .
amined approved : Board of Commissioners of Everglades became necessary; on motion samereI'rred was school o.LII 40.00 flees, branches-, agencies otherwise I, 16.ft 1(11.IOHNBTON UARRBTT.Attorney .
\' o1ef drawn for*same: to water and light committeeto Miss Cora Jf.Ci hr a. may -?L for Incorporator
Drainage District. handle the matter aa they saw fit. school No. If ... be"A -
.___ 4.00 0.01 i.r.lErlonnnl. '
gt. Lesley Commissioner.. I 1.00 "Given under my hand and seal this The matter of building hose tower was Miss Cora I* i sal tchr The general .. STATE 01'FLORiDA,110VMTU
La-nler, com. A mllaB -- also .referral to said committee with school No. 1$, -.. No. 1.. 10.00 or businesses by ug[ CIRCUIT COURT JUDICIAL ,
A V Bass, com A mileage___.__ 4.00 6th' of October A. D. 1913. sal tchr tran..ce
day power to act. Prof. C N. Carnes laid Company Is as : '
O R Bass com A mileage ___.__ !*.?! to prevent fowl. from 16 60,00 otherwise, CIHCUIT. OBCBOUA. VOIJTt. ,
of -An ordinance achool No: To acquire,-by purchase or
W F Walker com of:. mileage __ 20.00 "W.. I. BARBER!: Assessor running at large In the City of Klaslmmee Prof. C. N. Carnes, sal tchr own hold. buy. sell, convey, IN '
W ;J Hears. atty for board ___n_ 10." Taxes Osceola County." waa presented and read a second school No. 16, sub-dlst No 1.. 10.00 mortgage dispose of. trade ordeal KATIE E. WILLIAMS, Complainant, v*.
T M Murphy. ..1. Co. Judge end time, on to pass samewas Miss Clara Reynolds, . In real estate or other property, CLARENCE T. WILLIAM A DfndAt.It '
Judge .J. Ct. u_____..__.___- -ST.80 Jby unanimous .vote In negative school- No. 16 i.*- 45.00 personal or mixed; to survey. subdivide.plat. appended 4
J E B.... Janitor ------.______ 40.00 "State of Florida, Osceola County. los. Miss Clara Reynolds nal tchr Improve and develop lands for the appearing by-'affidavit In the above-stated 1resident
1:. H Ingram car of Jail ______ 11.60 line : An ordInance requlring.a11 dog..running school No. 16. sub-dlst 1 10.00 purposes o* sale or otherwise; and to to the bi filed T. WILUAM3.
.John I>avl .al, supt. Poor Farm 1\/1.00/ "Personally appeared before W. at large to bemu led w.. presented Mrs. Lulu Atwood, sal teacher do and perform all things needful for cause CLARENCE named I* a non- t

Henry Sullivan. malnt.. allowed .5.00 I. Barber*,-Asseasor! !. of Taxes for Os- and, read_a. flrsttead__ nn.1 byunanimous school.No._ l .-.--.---,.---- ,..6.00Mr. the development. Improvement 8ndmanal.m"nt the defendant of the therein State of Klonoa, ana A tm.a '
and .
clrk fA
L.nvpratret. & aevuuu .. AtWOOd sal teacher of for
.J conneni was lulU same; of America
4.- nuohtur. .. ..__ .__-u.u_. __ 11700_ ceola County, who' beirig- duly sworn. time and placed upon Its pa..aga.and .chool No. 16. aub-dlst No. 1.. 10.00 ..; to carry re.ldonce'l a resident of the Unl.d State- yeari; ' ., .
TCIss Tel. Co. 1 mo. phone rent j.SOKiss. roll unanimously passed. (See .ordinance In Miss Jean Thomas, sal teacher tertain any business undertaking; transaction ; : over the age ordered that said nonresident
\.. Water J.licht Plant says the above assessment contains another column.) school No. 16---------------- 45.00 or op"r.ton compionly carriedon It Is therefore be and Is hereby'required
..- and water 1 mo.__ 47.68 for Thomas, sal teacher Investors d.nd.nt. 2
*Wghts 1 mo true statement and descrip- An ordinance providing r"portnK Miss Jean or promoters ( to the bill of complaint '
In :Will 1C a ; Hub-dlst No. 1.. 10.00 merchants, to appear '
T M Murphy. cost of births and deaths by physicians school No. 16. financiers contractors on or befor
{ HoIIowayca* _- 1.90 tion of all persons and property in other persons to city clerk of the City Miss Fleeda DonlllUK, sal tchr commission melt and agents. and In the filed In said cu. November, .' '
L 11 Ina-rariC cam In Will, IfHolloway of Klsslmmee.". and providing .penalty school No. Ill 'ir7.---V____ *5-00 course of such business, or businesses Monday, the Ird d. A ,'
ca*'' -... 80.10. the above county of Osceola subjectto for- the failure to make such reports. ,MIss Fleeda 1001IU. .R' tchr to draw accept endorse acquire andsell D. 1918.. otherwise the al.CaUon. by' .
1 Baltlmare Knnmel; & Novelty' Co. taxation or liable to be assessed was presented.. and read a frat time, school No. .. NTr. 1.. 10.00 or own any n""oUabl.or tranifer- said bill will be. taken '. ,"
37.50 deferred teacher .... Including said defendant.It -
116 auto. tan* and on motion further acton Miss Iris Oliver salary able Inltrumenl. ordered that this order I
H W B Drew Co., auto license therein, and that the valuation thereof until next school .No. 16 --___ 45.00 d.b.nture. .. notes and bills is.further a.week for four consecutive '.
blanks -..?,- lj.llC There being no further business the Miss Iris Oliver salary teacherschool of ; establish, con.true. be published once Klsslmmee Valley .
F Tl.on-. witness beforn Proa. so far as they were made by him, are Council adjourned to meet In Regular No. '.. sub-dlst No. 1... 10.00 operate..chanK' conduct week In the published In '.
.-.. 1.00Nathan far he has been Wednesday. Oct. 15, Miss Lillian Dale sal teacher plants for the purpose o'manufacturing Oasette. a State.'c 4'
Atty. and corect as adjourned .101 '
--Por'teri- witness hrfnrProa. .. just so at 7:30 p. ... school No. 16 __________ 45.00 paving blocks of wood or any 'othermaterial said County and '
Atty. _.?:. l.Ofl able to ascertain. m.J. K. RUSH. -Pres.- Pro-tern. Miss Lillian Dale sal teacher ; cpnstruct, operate This October Ird. "
drims, for prsnr. 1.00The O1L.BKRT. Clerk. school No. 16 sub-dlst No. 1.. 10.00 dI'.w mills shingle (Sell J. L. OVERSTREE. "I
Iloberaon. J. R
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J FIRPine Co., discharge. fee.- "W. I. BARBER County Assessorof Miss Marble. sal teacher mills, .. farm. 4.4 Clek Court .

4 Co. prisoners __________ 1A.OO Taxes Osceola County. AX ' 1.1. 18 _h.n-___ 40.00 and, .. electric lighting and DECKER' .,
paid .._ OIIHN"1II.qulrla. teacher I .tll. 1:
Co. Tr. .... coma aas Miss Leila Marble.. Hal water works exchangesand Solcitor -
Th R I.. H Lupfer& W D Prew Co. supplies' "Sworn to and.subscribed before me All Klmilmmee". City school No. 1$, sub-dlst No. S.. 5.00hiss .,'pl.ntl.. train ways. log roads, FOR TAX.
H.35 i Io;. sal teacher and draining plants and OF' A..I.I.ATION
Clerk Lvlla Koper dredging sys Jo'ru'J
4I State to Co.Hank JiKlnro of A Ela.. order-rJ this 6 day of October A. D. 1913. tn Coaarll. of KluMlmtiiee school.No. 19 (2 men.J ___._n. 80.01 tems. sewerage plants and systems; l.vl t '_ -,.---- 370.OBr L..BANDY llr K Ordained by the Miss HOI..r. sal teach and to manufacture and deal In crossties tiKNKUAl. "ATVTJI '
Outlaw -- N. P. C. ,
It feed bill__ 84.40 4 lIp t 19. No. 4 lumber. materIal. building TIIH STATK FLOR.IA
I J i J II Dunn.Tngrani.rep.priors on road ma..h._ 11.65 ($eal). Notary- Public State of Section ami-approval 1. That from of this and Ordinancethe after the (2.hool mOL) ______._______-'__'-_. o.ooI mat.rl"l. lavlnl of all Notice I* hereby given that MinnieRoger '
Co.. road cup 20.9K pHHSitKe found ,,. L. Jordan salary teacher. kinds; carry on the trade of generaldealers of '
W &'Mnklnson C Oro Co.. mute feed 1S4.8B Florida 'at Large. owner or owners without of any dogs muxiles In M-hool No. 20 ______-------- 45.00 In., merchandise and supplies of and !A. Snyder 674, dated purchaser the Ird '
W XI 6.77 running at InrK' Mrk. M, JI). Wright sal teacher all kindson the co-operative plan; to Tax Certfcat. No '
work aaldcertificateInmy
road September filed
Rnas, commission expires has
Homer Yatea, road l work --i.n.- 209.87 My Kllnlmme upon Ten conVicton. school No. 20 ______n____-_ 15.00 build. buy. .ell, equip, operate and own day office.'and has made '
John 4.75 I tln? on stump pullr 9 1915. 19 the 8. K. steam ships .t..m deed Issue In accordance a
Hdd George rep & wire 7.711KI.e. I 2.Any dogs found No. 20 _____.__..-___ 15.00 launches, powerboats application for tax to W
Osceola Tfl Co., 1 phone S.c shall Immediatelybe dr..I' with law. Said certificate embraces
of the CIy Johnson salary teicherschool boats and property to '
.1 26.32 Pearl
Lbr. Co.. lumber Impounded. marshal and the ___ __._.;____ trade- com the described property '
20 business lolowln" .
O W Aahtan. road pay roll ____ EOO.M "State; ot'Flori, Osceola County. notified of same. If No. .5.00 be used n,1not.h'h : situated County, Florida '
or sal teacher and to cemtrucf
owner Atlttel.
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UV' MoClellBiui.lumber road _supplies._ 16.9U1 A.89( ''We the undersigned County'Com- I the owner pr .cannot the be located to, Ub..1 JMo. 12 ____.-,-_-____ 40.00 n..rc operate. canals sea 1.1' piers, lo-wlti I Nineteenr4,3i) of. 7 BlockTwoHundredfifteen '
Williams. of numbed
R marhal '
F the duty Lot
bnl. on mule.___ 125.OOOsceolA Osceola County It .Khali) for Obed Mltlcl. sal teacher docks w ., terminals ) of the '
In and for sam (115) Tow.
O W Ashton. 21.H5 missioners kill the dogs after keeping; 11. No. I!. sub-dlst No. 1.. 10.00 In connection with such business said .. '
Hdw. Co.. Hupnllea do certify' ixTln] days.' 1-eurl Swlnney, sal teacherschoou to conduct a general real estate of Bt. Cloud. Florida The ' '
aal. State of Florida hereby a unanImOUS Mlos ; of Issuance ofsuch
Pros.Atty time by "
Oelirer. I second assessed at th*
H D __ 40.00 ing
Head a'rfn No. 21----------1 \tL. brokerage business and to-let as .4'.
and .
and 6 convictions _......_ 83.1SaJot examined the passed In-open sea.iion'ot 'In the name of TINKNOWN. '
that we have carefully 1-i-Rrl Bwlnney sal t..ther and broker or of Miss Alorn".I".lac *
McClelland malnt. allowed 11.00.Jno this 7th day __ 10.00i agent .. said c rticat. "
the .
.._. 11.60 Counci school No. 23. aub-dlst person or frm. 01 cr. x deedwill'Issue ,
_. : assessment roll of said coun- according to
Davis care
foregoing be
D. tchr > I
A. Hawthorne sal In buying, el
Oct. ru. October A. i f'ruf. J.P. porations. dt 4a of
Journal.! 4oo aubi. 22.J2KlaaJVal. day of : on the 17th
Osceola -:____ 110.00
'Hundjed real )
Uaaettn, BOO aubs. andenvelopes ty for the' year A. D. Nineteen Approved school No. 28 ((2 moa--- and dealing tn or personal A. 19tt. "
In November
I D.: 1913. Prof. J. I Hawthorne sal tchr erty or Jts a"ce.orl..; toengKe yDh offIcial sealat'Klsslmmee ,
i--. to Clerk _.____ 56.50 and Thirteen and have'compared JAMES W. LtILY. Mayor. school 1. 28 subdlstNo.. 4 the .general for arid bulldng Witness' and .
9 O W tonpflaaInger pay roll 194.40 J. KMORT KU8H. (2 ) ____u.__n_________ 50.00Mrs. ( of contr.ctng! houses City. 1lorldthl.* 'Uta'day ,
w.rk road at and two copies thereof asrequiredby President proll'm.f .mol. ] October D,
Simmon original ,
teacher sidewalks
and construction
Oaoar : salary A
streets 'I
CrabKra'. __.__,_________..___ 27.50 Section 27 of Chapter . R. 01.FFRT, Clerk. 4-5t .chooi J. 8t.nee.. <1 mos.) ___on SO.OO IMVlng of of jetties and manufacturingof Ct.) L. OVERSTRBKT.Court
H W Weaver, care pauper ... 12.00G Mrs. J. Httffee. salary teacher all matIrlal. needed for the con JCt.< ". ) C..rkCroult I4
.,v A.hton. Whittier pay roll 10.75 6596 'Laws'of Florida, and find the NOTICE OF ADIIJIITRTORFo. h orN 28, sub-dlst. No. 4 duct of such ..... or bu.lle..; O.ola Fllrld. ,
E] R Das, work on Parker'salough / I Kl. I..r. STATS (1 mos.) ._________._..___--. 10.00 to any and all other u. ... 20
____________.___.,,,2- 20.00 same to. be correct. IN COURT OF COUNTY-JUDGE Miss Ola Campbell sal tch and pursue to do any and all other acts and EXAMINATION OCTOBER
R II Liudlam .erv. Co. Surveyor 149.00 '** L. OF FLORIDA OSCEOL(OVITV. school No. 19 ____________, 40.00. things and to exercise any and all authorised -
Frank Kvans. malntenance... 6.00 E. Lesley; .. l .
.S. J D Chnnn. med. ier,vices to..,8_ 10.00 .R. V. Lanier, .41 r hereby to all school No. SS ______.___.... 40.60< expedient convenient In Clnneo a special examination for teacherS t "
M McClellandll- Notice Is CIYe w.ov Mr. T.'J. Little salary teacher tion therewith 'or In addition AH '
Charlie Arnold lumber'--.-._ 19.04.l..e' O..Ro.BlUs. It may con"ern th.I shall apply .chol No. 16. sub-dlst No. 6-* C.OO business businesses heretofore .pl. be held Monday,'October 20. '
4 1911.
11.00 P.
McNeil car of salary teacher which natural and esrtlflct.lar.equ.stedtobeollbaMalhd '
.W A Barber T A. bat 4.r- .. t W. .F.: Walker to the Honorable T. M. Murphy.....ludt.ot Mellta school Johnan.No .0..___...__-_..- 'OA fled poration of a this .. .pr.OD I.wful" teachers'not having-"proper '
on 1911 aaseaamentu-._ 841.01FenoU County Comm! slonere."State'of aid Court.Judre of Administratrix Mellta'Johnson, salary teacher . do and exercise; and to do any .
Chem Co., dlaenfeotant. 100.00' my* II aa' as4tand school No. 41. sub-dlst No. 1.. 6.CO of the businesses or thing keforeroeotloned. ' 4
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Barnard Codeed racorda > of t9t. of Q OfS K. Iv"" .Katherine sal ten either alone or In combination.It furnish. Jsnd,-writingmsterlaUi
will Miss paper
0.0 D __.. ... 65.*4Cltlscns :County."I : that at the aame time I .8haQIu, ....'0 that all the objects'and '
1 and Co Judsr -- Florida, Qseeola .. sceomatsa' school ----- Is the Intention -
sup. _
.4ortnT1 final )0' .
.4' flank loan I i months'. 1000.00 present io .aid and C. certified list specified and con for the emton' -
.i ... ... _. 40.00 hereby'cretlfy thai'the"warrants Administratrix of said (.tt. Mr. 1.00 pw.r. ,
Cltlaens Bank. I ntar t of voter* sub-dlst No. t.ln. par.apb .hL1 e.cpt 8t O

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: 12-room house on the lake front, :l -' .' ---- .--- '- AU or any of these \ 2596
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1 h t t'' grove on lake front with lot 300 feet ", : wr ;Y) A :: notes' maT be, extended
square bounded by Powell avenue, To-r J k indefinitely.
+ I hopekaliga avenue, Dakln street and For farther Information' and prices,
; Magnolia avenue. Improvements ' I inquire of owner at the Graystone
J model barn 2 box stalls one extra atall .'Yri; I ..,, uat-be aeen to be appreciated.
F, for horse 5 cow stalls, feed room and s ; : w.g ,, : .
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hay mowSmal1 corrall for mules. """"""'""'''" The owner will aell the above as he i
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