Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 24, 1913
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00617
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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II III STRONGMEN I KISSIMMEE'S .

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II i FOR. MANY TIMES COST

JNO., Mi: LEE, J.'F. O'BERRY. W. B. .
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.. HARRIS AND C. A.' PARSON
CORRESPONDENT SAYS T.nS'PA.

APPOINTEDCHAIRMEN PER DESERVES Mudt CREDIT 1
OF THE IMPORTANT 1..
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FOR ITS WORK IN 3UILD- ,' swING
COMMITTEES. 'i.
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The meeting held In this city on COUNTY. ';. r
Thursday night of last week, and --

which was addressed by W. II. Manns : G

and II. H,. Richardson, representing! ., F Elk Point, 'S. 'D., 101313. 4'

the Southern Settlement and Develop- ; Ed. Klssimmee Valley'Gazette. + ,

ment Organization, authorized the ap- Dear Sir: I enclose you check for ''

pointment by S, J: Triplett, presidentof t, r two'years subscription to*your paper 71W ;

the Board of.Trade, of a commlttooof also receipt for one "'year's: subscription rW

eight, one of whom will serve as .. : Please give me credit for same'

chairman of, the colonization commit iJrrM1 I have not received the'last I three papcrs y,

tee, one,,as.chairman of ih e agricultural . I'soy an4"wish: you would, send them,\ ,

committee, one ,as chairman of Ace f'x' 1. ; as I very much"desire to'read every }
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the publicity committee, and one .s ; ... one.. I have been reader pf )'ouC'pa..
.chairman of the commerce and ''nd'ulItrial I I '- "'- --- i I L I' per for about eighteen months, and r

committee, the other four in eon- have.,,made two visits to Kissimmee r '
junction'with the heads of these conimittees THE, "BIJOU," HOME OF H. Efl\lUND'SWABEY' ; ORLANDO AVENUE. v and vicinity In the past two years, and

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I and the president of the Board \ - --- --- --- - --- - ----- - -w- - -:- .. -.- _ _.__ _ __ .. -- .. - - am a little. enthusiastic, over- the.. future. t

of Trade, to serve as the finance com of Southern Florida. I can heartily 4'

mittee. ORDINANCE Should Drainage .DistrictsBe THREISOIL. agree with Wm. J. Bryan that Florida" s

In compliance with those instructions I l is the greatest state in the Union, and

President Triplett has appointed ; Established Under Law ,I think very, few people comprehendthe ,

Jno. M. Lee chairman of the colonlxatlon j :' THIS possibilities and the probabilities. i ,
GOVERNING 'IN PART
committee, J. F. O'Berry chairman - of your wonderful country, .
of the agricultural committee, W. i Passed by Last LegislatureIS Up here in the North,. where landis

selling from $100 ,to' $300 per acre,
B. Harris chairman of the publicity j .
MOVIES ; I oiFLORIDAIS' we are just commencing on a periodof b.
committee, and C. A. Carson chairman I!
of the- commerce and Industrial com- A QUESTION THAT IS BEING DISCUSSED BY OUR PEOPLE WITH six months of cold where the land

mittee, and Robert Alderman of Bassenger THE RESULT THAT THE PROPOSITION .IS 'OPPOSED lies dormant and unproductive, while

F. W. Hill of Narcoossee, W, 1 BY AN OVERWHELMING MAJORITY. you Inyour magnificent climate are
raising fresh:fruits and vegetables to ,
'VI G. King of St. Cloud and H. Clay Stan >-- .
ford\ of Kissimmeo as members of the OFFERED BY MINISTERSFINE 1 OPINION OF: EXPERT ,supply. our' markets.. .
I I do not,believe there is another ;; ,
finance committee. These gentlemenwill (By S. J. TRIPLETT.f: .-. country where the good Lord does,
be forwarded such instructions as :
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OF ONE THOUSAND DOL. EVERY INDICATION POINTS,, TO smile, so bountifully through the ;
the
are necessary to carry out the duties Something like six weeks ago a people,. of, the people, by people, -

of'their respective committees by H. LARS OR TWO YEARS JN JAIL I meeting; of citizens was held in this which Jn( everyday parlance means that BOTH OIL AND?" GAS, BEING be.uty'of Nature as in Southern' .Flor
H. who for the next few city, at which the l Richardson I
-'OR THOSE WHO VIOLATEITS FLOR,
CENTRAL
I FOUND IN I think Kissimmee one of the finest
the who
months will have charge'of organizing lishing drainage district in the Kis with the majority of people '
I and | PROVISIONS., I II simmee Valley was discussed at some are residents of the locality, countyor IDA IN PAYING QUAN- towns I ever visited, with a_ splendid
the state perfecting arrangements'to
I carry Into effect the objects for length. The 'result of that meeting state in which any.specific law Is to TITIES. class jof friendly. and hospitable'peo '?
I ple'who'rememberth. Giver of all
'I I of committeeto The right of selfgovernmentwas
was the appointment a govern.
;,'which the Southern Settlement and od -
At the the council ,
meeting city for the of the S good in their prosperity and happiness.
noted people
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employ sham Randolph, a purchased
;:'Development Organization waS form- It has long been surmised that there f
held the first Tuesday'' night in this Well. It just makes one feel when
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make United States in 1776 at a fearful
S' engineer, if possible, to a preliminary -
[eel 4 I'i is ,,oil\ in Florida, and several people
month, the ,ministers of the several of the Kissimmee Val price, and I for.one am not willing to they get away that they, want to. go
survey '
:; The objects of this organization churches in this city made an appealfor have given it as a matter not of'surmise back. .. '
i have been told over and over through 'ley and report if it was' both feasible. return to the days when kings were but of fact, that it is here, but r'
the of an ordinance If the people in the North could be
passage prohibiting and to drain it. supposed to rule by divine right, and ,
practicable
(he columns of the Valley Gazette and' t''the,, display! ,, of any moving US I, .. " the people were regarded 'as until now the proposition has not made' to realize ,the advantages of "
ecussed'repoatedly"at" public meet pkti r4ha&uii tendtolexcitp, the! \That'icommitteewas! ; : ,'.; fortunate! .so'much common atte,. '' iH been backed by'' people determined to Florida, the ,railroads could not carry ;,

bgs in'Klsslmmeej'thereforojtjjsjunecessary ; youth'to vicious acts7ol: picture4tjwerein [ | enough to seeureithe"'eervlcee! ot'Aijj 'I ThlsJaw' c : provides!:, (.that,, "any; ', part'ofFloHdaTsubjectItojfdrainage '': prove It.--." ,. ", i ,:L! ( .< those. hat would go there ,?,:, ,ir,,,,

to again print the story, but any sensTTmmoralTii: tone,or] Randolphjand! \ !he L.: sSxpected makehlsTfeport j can t.be ;Aro'f.he past! several: l months Mr. F, It teems almost impossible for the
Iwe hope. people will lend their full some.tlme.durmg th'e"m5nthof . .; G%>Popeney/i formerly;ft\, of ,Titusvllle, '
our wherein any robbery, murder or acts designated a"drainage 'district"wher J ( average man ,that has ,always )lived;
jd to committees named Inuring.ng lof violence occurred. ( November. those holding majority of acres .Pa'., the cradleof the oil industry, who In this climate to 'comprehend thee',sda.
ever
| our counup, to the first rank in 1 Until account of that meeting has devoted his whole life to the oil vantages. of your climate.. '
After carefully considering the matter | in that district so desire.
he of desirable Immigrants I thecolumns of the Valley business, drilling wells in Pennsylvania '
seen ring the council appointed a committee |appeared The district now contemplated comprises I think. the Gazette is deserving of
settling Lp our thousands of ferJU few who Ohio, West Virginia, Oklahomaand '
people
and there
i Gazette were Polk and Bre- much: .credit for-itsrenterprlu in helping . a
consisting of T M. Rivera and 'C. a part of Orange' !
,that l idle. ,I ; I that'a law had been passed : Colorado, has been looking the Ix .and "
acres are'now lying 15. 'Yowell, to cooperate with the ministers |were aware vard Counties and practically half of ?th..the town county, and the, ;
?y..There'ho gainsaying the fact that in drafting an ordinance that |: at the last session of the legislature Osceola county. Within this territory I. field over and sifting the data, andevidences many' Valuable articUs published set-i
he lands of Osceola county Dre right to those "holding' a offered. From the most reliable
among half dozen some ling.fO'th. their advantages.
i would meet the demands sought. After less than a ( say j
lie mostertile and, productive of.'any several conferences, the followingwas majority of acres in any section sub three) men, all of whom are nonresidents information at hand he is con Your paper has been .very.Interesb. '
found iri the Soyrthraind only drainage to bond all the landsin vinced there is oil in this section of and would :
ibo( !'; : adopted, and will be presented to ject to own a majority of the acres. then"'cailed'Mr. ing to me : ,not be withoijt
tit development "to' make this the the council at its meeting in November that district for a term of thirty The law provides that, those owninga Florida, Mr PopeWy it tor many times its.cost Expect.to rr

t chest and most populous inland coun- ,i ratification years to pay for the cost of digging\ majority of the acres shall 'elect W. II Anderson, also from the Penn- come Kissimmee again,In: December,
for rejection:
or
'1 .' (iin Florida.:' Tim !i eyes ,of all the and. maintaining'drainage canals. three supervisors, who shall have sylvania oil fields, and a life long oilman and hope: to meet you as well asother nay

's Vest and North af..,turned toward An Ordinance Providing for the Regulation Since the publication of that story plenary to' employ all help, who after making three separate good citizens of your town. r
powers
's ,; and'if We',would} full I of Theaters, Picture Shows of trips to this section, now confirms ..Mr.PopeneY.1 Wishing Kissimmee the*'prosperity rw
Florida, get our 'and All ..Such Public Amusements io the Valley-fiazette the people .fix all salaries, dig any,kind j>f a ditch
.share of desirable settlers 'we must this county have made a' close) studyof .when and where they choose, and makeno opinion. it deserves, I am, c: k' ;.
::Yd, 'our part in the way. of' letting the!! In'tite City of KUsimmee Florida.Be the law, and have discussed it with report to anybody at any time of ;Together with Messrs. J. H. Ilalley Very truly yours,_ f
it, ordained by the Council of the of Loughman, M, M. Monohan of Davenport "
'. world know of:,our, superior .advantages. one'another.. And among that number their action. In other fords they can P, S. CHAMPLIN.
City of Kissimmee: and Judge G.'F. Kribbs of this
\ a. has beer the writer, who acted as secretary run-the job as ,they please, do as they
The time has pasted for talk, The That whoever ''shall exhibit in any of that initial meeting. please! all matters, and snap their, city, who by the way has had considerable EPISCOPAL CHURCH '
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time 11.; ',arrived for work., theater...moving picture show, or other'I In the outset of my few remarks fingers at the minority,' although that experience. In the oil .busi I Trinity services as follows 8 a., *'

place of public amusement, or bnter-I anent the wisdom of the' law under minority may outnumber the majorityin ness in Pennsylvania before locatingin m., Holy Communion; 9:30 Sunday u)

ta-inment, in the City of Kissimmre,, which it is proposed to establish a individuals a thousand times oyer. Florida, they are now organizing a school; 10:30, morning prayer and sermon f r .

::- flOIIER'r" OF. -LEESBURGf' F,lorida, any.obscene, lewd, lascivious,,I drainage district in this section of Now, to use a'few figures as a sup: company ,and within expect to begin of weeks.actual. subject: "The Gospel for. the f. j {

'' or filthy book, pamphlet, paper, letter,, Florida, I desire to make it plain thatI posed case. In this district' there re operations a couple Day. Everybody welcome.. W'- H.Ball ., {

S : writing, or print, or picture, or moving am heartily in favor of drainage, probably two thousand owners of prop- The company is capitalized at $25,000,, Priest in Charge. ,,S
HEADS .STATE'.CHAMBER \ oV, theatrical I divided into $10 shares. ._ .._ "
picture, or vaudeville < that I believe that if much of Florida erty, nineteen hundred and ninety-five- -a -,. .-- --.J, ..- ,
indecent that While in California Mr. Popeney '
play, of an character, or into its rightful own lit idly +
: come of whom will be forced to by
is to ever
reasonably | j witnessed the coming In of the Lake- miles from any town In a?white sand \
is either naturally or sug- of abundant that their bonded for thir-
OF COMMERCE | i in the way crops and see property Y
wn'ot. l
desert where the ;
view Gusher, which produced 60,000 .Bakersfleld
of indecency or evil or, any lakes
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gestive
I I much bf the land adjacent to our ty years, and not have the power to There was located and In less than tw.. '
barrels
day are numerous grew
other, ,matter of indecent character or streams must be drained, and I am it, regardless 'of what their per
and prevent
I wells producing 10,000 to' 25,000bar- years, from nothing to 'a population
other fr
I suggestive of evil; or any film or at time lend my feeble wishes be in the matter.This .
Valley Gazette ready to any may a
( Special to the ) of prize rels per day, but it would only take of, over 20,000. r
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 23, 1913.-State :, pictorial representation any i efforts to that) end. ,law provides that the super well producing 100 barrels Per dayto It'''Is hoped and expected; :that our
Chamber convened this morning ,with fight,' or encounter .of' pugilists under 1 I But this law under which it is pro visors may l levy an assessment of fifty a :ray
Florida wild and such people will .do' what tJi.y'ean..tcfhelp'
fairly good representation. L. E. Dos- I whatever.name; or any film represent- to drain this section, to my cents an acre upon all the land In the set turn m
ier;of Leesburg, elected prenldont, and ,j Ing any robbery, burglary, hold up, posed is not the proper channel territory for preliminary tide of emigration to ''Florida as has the good work,alone.
mind, prescribed :
O. of Augustine, .
Jas. never been:witnessed before and that
Steventon. safe-blowjng, ortheft; or any film representing which to bring about the much 'and thereafter to bond it up .
work
Woo start ,
>' i itsphases through would only be a' starter, Standard.':'440004 000444 .4 0 ..
gambing in any of told of ../ dollar and '
t ; home. in the morning.W., I desired end. to a' sum all which were' sold .
Oil shares originally
( B, HARRIS. ; or any film representing any In the-ftrst place, to me the Jaw appears fifty-five cents an acre, and the ]law tffter 0 BOARD OF'TRADE MEETING ,+' .
scene of murder; or any film representing to be unconstitutional, in thatit further provides that the .land' maybe at $1 have being repeatedly '* *
4404000+ +. <0> ++ .+ ... I watered and after paying.thousands -:1" <
any bacchanalian feast, or any provide that bonds covering any further bonded to maintain the] The regular "meetingof the; '
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t 4' place of dollar f ndividends, are pow aeUlng''above be held Moo. ,
IMPORTANT MEETING drinking in any saloon or. other given territory can be issued at the ditches. Board of Trade'wilt ;
I *! :where men resort for 'the purpose of behest of any one or more persons To sum up, the law gives; the right $1100'' per share, and Waters *: day night at the.council chamber, 4 t
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A meeting will.be held at the 4. drinking; or any film representing any I provided they own a majority of the : to the supervisors (who are elected by Pierce Oil Co. stock. la I now quoted. at I l..at ,which meeting the delegates to 4 } N .

..Graystone Monday night at 7:30 indecent scene in any brothel, or other 'I acres In said territory.; The laws'of I a majority of the acres and who are $2200.. |I! the "meeting of the State Cham-''" .

0.' to'discuss plans for the formation. place of ill repute, shall be'fined' not; Florida .provide that a municipality i not required to be residents and voters . The oil business largely a matterof bet of Commerce will male their .

*tof a company to; build a traction morej than $1,000 or imprisoned .not or county can not l issue bonds unless )' to continue bonding* the land until chance but if the hopes of these I +sport: Jt is hoped that a tu1J4It" ; r .5'

V: railway, to run from ,Southport 0 more 'than 'two years, or both at the said bonds are authorized by a major Such: time, ks no one can be found 1 1to. oil experts are realized, those holding o membership wilt .present _....,

.. *. along the west shore of the lake 0 discretion of the court. ity of the qualified voters who are taxpayers .buy the bonds. In fact if places a stock in it will\ get many hundreds. of! matters of ,extreme importance),. r .

'0 to.Klssimraee and thence through I in such municipality .or coun- yoke around the necks of the.propertyhoJd.r. dollars'for;each dollar invested.' 'taking will.be .n.Idei-ecL. .4, .r.
:. of"the that'thil new drainagelaw that they' wil1never be ableto Several Kissiin.mee people are *: .S3. TRIPLETT. 4
be
St. Cloud to the extension W. B. Harris, Frank ty. It may stock ia the and it Is ..
IL C. Stanford, enterprise President
JOHNSON ,
thinkit C. F. L
O'' in. 0 l\lut.1 don't shake off. .
A constitutional '
4 F. E. C.: Railway. general Vans Agnew and Lewis O'Bryan, who is to rant hoped that it will give us something Secretary. 4 :
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\ vitatioi] extended. the people of. ( represented Kissimmeo at meeting of Is.! It required, forty-four pages. , i" '" like the, !boom experienced in Califor.plawhen''well I '' fj 'Pq

/. 0,,Kissimmee to attend the meeting.! 4t State.Chamber of Commerce.at Ocala, In the second place this governmentIs Continued on page 8)) was drilled .bou\"O I.S4404f.004'4044.44.: ;
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CONDITION:' :' OF CHOP DEPENDS:
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By, MINNIE MOOREWILLSONWith t.1'ON' : QUANTITY: OF ,MOISTURE I

THAT FALLS DURING I .. ..
the splendid work 'that the out a whimper and facing the pitiless : ..
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i Federation U doing in bringing1"vitaljueiU6n inevitable with the stoclfrn of their :NEXT TWO WEEKS :.

-',--'-' heroic_ race ; JrL'afew__ decades :the. I ': for
< before the"-"public In solving ; .
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s. Florida Scminoiys as a'rpeciznn .of Jaksonvile, Fla., Oct.17-bi: 'JelR; j ... '
l I problem that effect: the"honor of the the pure, aboriginal American, will, are being received from 'every section

''l state, I beg to ask for a continuance be as rare as the do
f 1 ;pt the helpful influence that the organized that students and ethnologists .will, a more active demand all' along the ,

k .-- club women have extended in wake-up to a research of his priceless line.. The markets appear 'in a much .
behalf of our Seminole 'Indians; 'and' but unwritten records!:: - more healthy"condition:than:theywerelast j ..-

t' particularly do .1 ask that the present \- The Seminole folklore' is rich in week. Shipments have been moderate or -- ..

I .,;- status of ,*he Everglade Indians be!: story and in years to, come Florida as many packing'; houses are

.. considered seriously at the annual con- ,1 wiU'hunt, add hunt in vain for the his- holding, back on grapefruit and preparing Just received ,a complete line. ,xJ'

I: "ventlon at its meeting early' in, November tory and beautiful legends of theseur ) to switch tp oranges. "

,, predecessors and we as immigrantsinto Oranges are moving freely of the,i .
A few months ago the headlines in their country will long for a, key) Parson Brown ar.d other"early varieties i e The'' cheapest, in Price. '" .
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1. the Florida dailies read "What Will '
to their.
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1+ mythology. and'up'to th*.present time there J i !
a the Florida Legislature Do, for the There is yet time to this '
protect lave been ;\'erfew reports of any 1 : "
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Seminoles" I red race that 'is with us. Shall .we trouble regarding immature fruit shipments The best in Quality. . : :: '.
V ; d+ tk1; ., The answer came on 'the last day allow this wrong-the'<]<;nial of homes' .; The movement will continue\ ,
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k I I, of'' the legislative session when the --that has been perpetrated uponan .
to be heavy frpm now oar until the .
"Seminoje Land Bill" was vetoed by innocent and helpless people to'go unchallenged close ot the season' as crops arc'begin . w
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:, 1-\ the,Governor, after having passed: both ? to I'
I ning m'ove from almost every fruit '
l' the House and the Senate. Certainly -- UR.P RISE.: ,
bearing county in the state. The past
x this blot now resting on the escutcheon THE I ,
: THE
Si I \ ,, of the'fair state of Florida should be AMERICANWOMAN'S' : f .ItEVlE\V;\ I week, \the weather.,has been delightfully ' S ::
.r which
cool() at night is rapidly
"{ TORE ,
( '>,,\ removed.' With the) hundreds! of Flor- j ;- ,
the in
f A Distinct achievement by womenin coloring fruit but most sections<; "
: ; it \ ida women interested in the vital subject \
the world of journalism is the rain is badly needed' as'the leaves of
4 of homes, together with the Influence 116 Kissimmee
.t American Woman's Review, a magazine the trees'are starting to curl 'and the Broadway fla.
J ; Aw of the best citizenship linkedwith' .
published by the Chaperone :Magazine fruit to drop. o ,
I J I'( the power of Christianity, this ;:, ,
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Publishing Company, St. Louis, Shippers claim that there is an un- -- - -
.i unhappy ending to a just and humane
' : Mo.\ and issued monthly in the interest usually rood- demand for oranges, in CARSO'NRECEIVES 111111111 n i n 111111111111 n 1111 n 11 M n n 111111 i 111
r bill, should be seriously considered, MARION( B.
of organized and federated women fact a' heavier demand .than any pre-
t : both for the welfare of the remnants
and the American home. This is es- vious season at this time of the year. I d c i
t of the red race that belong to the COMMISSION
('. r state, and for the honor of Florida as sentially a woman's magazine, all- the The.fruit is running very small in the I PenniesMake {
'I : work' being done by wom wtv; even to few cars' that have been shipped to I .. ._ .

well.To the homemakers of Florida'the the setting of the type. Uts editorsare date and there is every indication that AS GAME WARDEN OF OSCEOLA .
Annie L. Y. Orff''and Mildred S. large sizes will bring good prices.
favored daughters of a Christianized COiTflTV, AND HAS ALREADY
d t 'I I McFadden, women of the truly femi- There is no doubt that .aome" of the Dollars. ;
nation, upbn whom the domestic responsibilities BEGUN ACTIVE WOUK.
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: I of the state of Florida nine type, having not only inherent fruit already shipped has run to 252sor -' ,
refinement but a broad'outlook on smaller but this no doubt has been -

4 rests of, I would the Everglades.commend,the these homemakers simple, life, and the sort of. character which : caused by the dry weather. The fruitis 'On Monday, the 20th, Marion Carson And Dollars grow when 'deposited :

I child-like but pure-minded women, is requisite to the work of editing fully jnatured. 'The quality of the -e eived ,..his commission from

i who are,industrious, proud of their such a magazine. early oranges is good. They are of State'fiame and Fish Warden Jones'as in the Savings Department

Y I 1! birth, caring for their homes, and The magazine has an attractive good flavor and shipments that are game warden of Osceola county, and ,

whose mother heart does cover in colors, clear type, and splendid fairly colored are giving universal at once began buckling on the necessary '
responds this
as of
bank.
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1 i ri i her pale-faced sisters in affection as !I Illustrations. It is doing a splendid !' satisfaction. The size, quality and'' Armor to carry into effe'ct the :. 1.
work in advancing club work of quantity of the laws, and '
: she cuddles her chubby little oranges shipped out !' woe be unto the person he ;
i pappoose. women, and makes no class distinc- j of Florida for this season will depend catches deviating one step from the "\
; f To help the .Seminoles in their indus- I
trial development, and to, earnestly tion. Among its pages one finds a J I largely -theweather conditions path laid .down for all, sportsmen to i ifollov. 1 A dollar will start 1
p J strong ,tendenCy; for the uplift of during the next two weeks. If .there I
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, appeal to the people of Florida to take
f manity and the home. hU-1' is an ample rainfall in all
sections
a friendly interest in the future fate I the Jute T. :XL Murphy is in receipt ]
( of this forlorn remnant of' a brave !I It' was the hope of .aiding in the I crop will be all'that could be desired of all Necessary blanks for procuring/ I Ilicjemtf an account .

: and free race will be a work that will cause of the forlorn and homeless but if the drought continues the fruit I to hunt, and it would be the .. .

j r bring honor to the cause of'organizedwoman's Seminoles, which made the book, will be small and slow to mature. I best policy for those who intend going I "
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"Seminoles in Florida" by a Florida The Packer. into the woods or on the prairie in

i r t.to 1 of'l The Everglades club!!. country is the>.... natural writer, Mrs ,Minnie Moore-Willson, search of deer, turkey or quail after ,, Investigate: today, and pre-" .
appeal to its editors, with the resultof
home of this the 2tlth) of November to call at the

t ;) it is their college\ picturesque, their sanitarium people;, a splendid two-page review of .the NEW BISHOP fOR county judge's/ office and procure one pare for the "Rainy Day"that .
cf.
', book and of the it
r Y' cause represents, of those of paper and then be f
their all. Their history and their sent; ;
-.,. appearimrn the September number of SOUTI FLORIDA) that
careful
J sibilitiei have been brought before an the magazine.The Huntirif they carry it along when I comes to all some time
f interested public prominently in
very
1 f review, written by Katherfc1* CAMERON It HAS not been learned as who
I late years, in connection with the IfistlUP SUCCEEDS yet in this life.
Roe, is made all the more attractiveby Game Warden Carson will
drainage discussions and appoint as I
f' speculationsin '
BISHOP WILLIAM! CRANE:
the mysterious regions of the Okee- five excellent large photographic deputies, and some have made the

chobee Living the illustrations. One picture shows .' GRAY etateMent that the names of deputies j

j f. cypress swamp.islets and silent lagoons among; they Billy Bowlegs photographed in front'of will t te kept secret, as by that means Citizens I Ii.
the home of Mrs. Willson Bank of' Kissimmee
during
refuse be'dislodged from their habitat The Orlando Reporter-Star of Monday hunter\ will be 'afraid to. violate the
a visit to her in Kissimmee, a secondone contained law, jpS their! neighbor be ,
n in these forest fastnesses, because the following notice, might the "
I they'are tied to their native. soil and is that* of the war leader, the late which will be read with'interest'byour ; ,officer that"world'' '' make' the reporfl i.. ARTHUR'E. DONEGAN P. K. WEAVER, ,"
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11 ;,, the,ho.mes of their by an af Osceola.l The other Illustrations are I ;people 1 :tis"' ,\\i. /u/'!;''/, .,':k.',''H,1L,1d"; \ )J,;" and.co'lecti.c!: -Lt.he' ,finei>;V'Mj/jis'iii;: /1:; > i;, I1\\ ':* President Cashier
; kindred ) { , .. ,
t , of Dilly,Bowlegs and his sister,2Stem-j! """"""' .JiI..IJJlmlt a "fectlon that at times is frenzied in its VlcelCh ancelloirlTSPicton\Warlow I \ ; i
,", demonstration, as witnessed by those O-La-Kee- Seminoles in''canoes"on the of St.*Luke'a churcb,' Is"n receipt of PA7 bfURP11;; ; CETS MEDAL 'I ilillMIMMH-" ---------S---- M HM.MI I MIMiilliiimss I I s .aai.. '- '

t \ who know them well. Miami river,, and a Seminole camp a telegram from New York confirming Con/Tress/ recently voted a beautiful ,
fire. The article itself pays a'high the appointment of medal to Pat Murphy for
: : Drainage is now treading the Bishop Cameron l/ravery :in
::.w very threshold of their last homes upon and tribute to Mrs. Wilson, for her noble Mann, of North 'Dakota, Ito .the diocese the Strict of the 'navy during the Listen!You 'f
l' efforts in behalf'of this forlorn tribe
never sawa.sueeessftil
Jpanil? ,
bringing to light traits of character of':Indians. The of Southern Florida. The newly i >-Ainerica//\ war. P'tVa" 01
d ) and forms of government that must following is quoted appointed Bishop_ succeeds the Rt. a war ship and was there with bellson
from the
1 ': command respect from their white review: Rev. Bishop William Crane Gray, of every time the crew was piped to '

neighbors, but they are moving far scales"Why of cannot Uncle Sam look at the this city, who 'tendered his resignation quarters He was shot in the breast man t

lit ther'and farther into the hammocks, justice and see if the land i I some days ago to the New York by a jlaoser bullet'but a copy of the

for' they cannot longer stand out better sales of the Everglades would balance Convention of the Episcopal'-church in Guide to Florida deflected the bullet in eJi unsueeessfid
if the
i 4 i -against the stare cf the unwelcome unhappy and homeless session in that city. and 'MVed his life. Just before the

? rl 1 1\, .white settler, who now comes to take,? theirs Seminoles forever.were" given lands to'be "The newly appointed Bishop will battle, Of Santiago Admiral Sampson suit of

tit from' them not only their marshy Mrs. not reach! his field of work till the middle signalled the fleet the query, "It Pat Clothes.
I homes; but the game of the chase. Willsonwrites' with a' force of December, at the close Of which I Murphy With the fleet?" "He is,", ;
!, as drastic as a novel, and the book is
i Of the, 8,000'square'' miles'we call classic time Bishop Gray will have completedhis came I a of present day,history which
the land of flowers, little remains forthese carries twenty-one years as Bishop of this said, the admiral and the battle was on. 1
original inhabitants. We have to its readers a vivid word- diocese,' and will turn the work over I\Jrd Herald.TryJhis. .' ,

;' r depleted their forests and driven themto picture of these Silent Everglade to his successor, who comes from the ...r ,.1
dwellers. When ----- -- -
has -
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extreme north to the ,
clime
r the borders. 'These interesting sunny of
;
i people last
chapter he feels a' tender pity Florite.Blstop. .1
f ,_ ,. ",,, are a very part.of Florida. They and lingering love .for these red
children " One
have given us a wealth of history, legends still hiding in the wilderness, f(ray fcs* torn a resident, of y
Orlando 'for
almost
and poetic names of rivers, over whose a quarter of a .
lakes and towns; they hold locked i flag of country sunbleachedwigwams floats. non century,, a pioneer of the church .in
American
Every
their,..history ethnological secrets that Southern Florida, and although, now.
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from the President down should J4;;
declare their origin and kinship with read the book and seventy-eight years of age, will be 1Sc. 15c.
then act the
other'peoples. part able to give his successor a lively

b The Seminoles are vanishing with I of H.,a in just Tampa and Tribune.humane patriot-P.. B. in the Seminole country In initiating jaunt value f!J, :1 value h40e -. J

him into his new. field of work." .
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t r - I IJ In society ? Do you 'wish to look well ,:

:, Just The Proper Thin Regular I5c Pork &: Beans .?-.-..lOe J' dressed and have that self knowledge !;:

17 ' H' . *. Large!! Dill Fickle, doz. ____.__.20c of Individual style ? If: :so, let us help !i?

::' Smoked Bacon, lb. _--__________20c you. Our Schloss suits are distinctly ,*,

: .: I. S. 0. Vacium Bottles . Pickle Pig Toes," per yd _.,______25c onolv/ldAfalJanistvHsh. 15.0 1 0 2. 0.0 0 ;i

12 It 0 0. and $2.5.0 0. Blues Browns '
bag Pilsbury
Flour -___--__45c J

Keep hot 36 hours and cold 4 '24 Ib !bag Pillsbury Flour -_______90c12.Ilk and grays. ( ;
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Olympia Self-raising Flour45c Ladles Coats and Coat Suits beginning J
days. We : are
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':' : :', \' ;*; t.-. supply, from $.J to three. .. Call : ', .' -HOjfORBILT DRY SOX SHOES- the ladles and young ladles to call and "

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REMEMBER :OF THE: A,, NOVELTY OF THE LATEST _

FALL SEASON 1914 i
i sale will start Sat- A full I

I urday, Oct. 25th.. Greater New York Store of beautiful assortment} designs !!Ii Ii'Ii


at.' 8 a* .m. Don't i n Dress IiIi

miss' the' place}" '-. goods,and Poplins !H .
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look .for.It until Florida ;
I. .this sale for !II {
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I $16',000 Stock Dry Goods- ,; Millinery, Ladies' Men's and Children's Furnishings I _

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REASON FOR THIS SALE-We haye decided te quit our Department Store which is called the Lion Department Store, 6232S West Bay street Jacksonville, Fla., and make our headquarters,In this successful) _K
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., ; little city, Kissimmee. and as a matter .of fact, this store .is too small,. our.stock of foods too large; we bate cot to hare room, w. have ,.tt. dispose of this stock at some price:. We.Lave goods in the''depot and I:

m en the way coming too, and we have no room to put them, and we are forced to sacrifice our stock to make too so you are tat ones to be benefited by this occurrence. i

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4 So Grasp the Opportunity! Don't Wait! Let Nothing Keep You Away 4'. '; i '

1 Read this announcement through carefully. Scan the prices closely. Remember the winter is nearly here and this sale will enable you to save many dollars on.your winter wearing apparel. *

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I' m MEN'S PANTS i WOMEN'S SKIRTS Just a word to the Mothers: We FURNISHINGSMen's MEN'S HATS tfi t ,:

",Fb. : $2.50 "Men's Pants : W for ___-________ - 19 Sale price go'___... < 1 .49 ,: is as complete as any you and Suspenders will be sold at coifv A that sell for' $2.00 $3.00, and '; '
$3.50 Men's Pants will find, and if you want to fit your Don't miss these as you will need I $4.00 we will < 1 !Ii f
for ....._.......- 2 .1 9 $5.00 Skirts go'forSaleprice' 4 9 boy out and out bring him to this them. I ..sell for _----..,3> 49 !Ii vtMEN'S
__ tti. and we"will
"f" -- *, store save you money. '
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$ -----------2.49 LOOK AT THESE: CLOTHING I
:' .. $7.00 Skirts go for SPECIAL $10.00 and $12.00, MBi Fine Wor- .
/ 3 49 1 00 dozen Men's Fine Silk
Yi $8.00 Men's Special TailorMadePants Sale.price .;____. 50 dozen Ladies' Silk Hose all colors Socks, SOc values ___22 C .led Suits iS ;
goin this,sale O OO //0.00 for plain and lace, garter tops, 75c for ________.__ 00 I
Skirts Socks'for '
for ______ ___.. O a< 7 $ go A Q 9 value 100 dozen Men's I5c Q $1 6.00.. $1 7.00 an U8.00! Men's Fine '
Yim Sale,price ....._ HP. *r for ___________...___ 23c _.' ..____..7 C 'Tailor-Made Suits
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,AT A SACRIFICE $12.00 and $15.00 Very Fine Silk I 500 dozen Ladies Hose, Q VH for _,;,....-_..._ 9.98 !IIi
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WOMEN'S COATSAll values _._. ___.._.7 C .
9i; 2 pieces ,good Calicoes, some in the Voiles Serges and Panama. to 'I 1 15c for !Ii gF
Coats that
and Misses
Plaids, 'worth C Women's 200 dozen 'Infants Lace Hose BOYS' CLOTHING '
',,1 !fi Shepherd 8c yard. Sale price; _____. J C Sale g9 for'price j .___ 6.98 formerly .old.1rom$10.00 to $25.00 ,j'- 25c values, pair .__.._._-.-9 C $2.00 Boys.Suits $1.49' I

' ;1', .', : ,40 pieces nice quality Bleaching, yard .. .. :I;for ____ $4 i 98 'iipSome Ladies' and Men's Handker- 4c for _Suits __ I -
'' $330 Boyi'
:' r I _!I(a :' ",.'vwide, worth lOc yard. ff"f+"*' I) f,' ''"''lil'i\'O ,\g 1\I.1' ",..",.;'..,',.,'SPECIAL', / ,' very fine coati 'among these, so chiefs: from ........ up for, ..-.:, 1.98 '. '
ijl1tJ.! ( \I Sale pricepieus .'.-.------'----Q&f*' { \ >> ';\\1" '/ I don't miss them.2rAbout : Suits .' "'
.11\ !;11{/:| [ISO dozf Men's Overalls j Union Made.., :r ..THISilS, AN OCCASION ', ," $4.50 Boys' '
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' m uu' 'very nice BleachingTandCambric r tnf ni,7i-wrnA; i *"Pin"Creck!,% the:"1 :'' '800 Ladies' Sweaters, latest //f H" '_ i;" 4'' ;' I'';.. fore-' ____ -- -. ,, ,
worth 12J/c, Itt!/ 10 styles, $3.50 values, 1 or opportunity so extraordinary' w different $6.00 and$8.00 Boy: .'

,{i !Ii Sale'price ..1::_________O C Sale$1.00 per quality.pairSHOE _______J AO C' go at _____.:t____ 1 -50'WIll ridiculous., that even To a make comparison room and wouldbe reduce , Suits for ________-_.4:9a, r
of best quality Bleachingand Latest styles Norfolk Suits for Boys.
i' !Ii 50.: pieces
Londsdale Cambric yard wide A TIP TO THE LADIES our stock quickly, there is ,but r'
j BARGAINS 200 Silk Dresses, late styles,model l one alternative-let the goods go for TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING n
t s : sells for 15c yard ----8J C From our Shoe Department 1914, will be sold at this sale at cut what'they will bring. $35.00... $42oo: c
\\Ii Sale price ------ $230 Men'a Shoes $ 1 A 9 prices. Remember tilt Pay, Date aad Place. Men* Suits go'on' 'C !
t for ,_ 1 'T. this sale at _.. $1500 -tr" IJ. t-
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Y; LOOK AT THESE $3.00 Men's Shoes 1 HOUSE FURNISHING DEPT.. SHIRT WAIST DEPARTMENTWe : :
5, Trunks Suit Cases and Hand Bagsat 1 98 lime l of Shirt MILLINERY : {
large
have
',' for a 15c I Towels, large size, theseare a very '
at Cost Men's Shoes very nice, sale price.__8 C Waisti. Here you will fiind any kind All of our Ladies and Misses and I!'
Comforts and Blankets at Co.C, $4i _-_-1____ 2.90 25c Towels large size flesh Towel and of'a waist you desire, from a percaleto Children trimmed] and ready-to-wear
I Don't, miss these as cold wave i is com' $5.00 Men's Shoes plain. the very belt silk waist.We .. Hats will be sold ,at cost. We have f

ing. for _,___3 ..29I Sale price___________J 11 C have divided them into differentlots the largest'''and prettiest line of Hatsin I toA
II All Umbrellas and Parasols at cost. $1.50 I Women's Shoes 98 I5c I Pillow Cases at follows: the city Ladies,' don't ,miss these t T'

I Men's All wool Sweaters 89 C ,I for _--_-----__ Ity, Sale price --9 C Lot I-75c values, fl* '" *3tO' I bargain 'I |I rd to,
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!Ii For _- $2.00 Women's Shoes 55c Sheets, full size, A.A. Sale price ______ P- J 7 SPECIAL ra
Ladies and Children's Sweaters and 1.19 ___ .______ C
!Ii for .-_-._--- Sale price ./ TPTT Lot 2-$1.00 values, Moos soc Elastic Seam v'
!Ii Underwear at Cost.WOMEN'S $3.00 Women's Shoes 98 89c. Sheets, extra size, test quality' Sale price _______,_____ a47Lot Drawers to go forSTOP .',___.39 c ", n
; WAISTS for ..-_...__ __ 'I Sheeting, bleached: O7V/L Q f*. 3-$1.50 CONSIDER 'I s'e' a
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Sale price -
,!! We have about 5,000 Waists, consisting $4.00 Women's Shoes 2.49 $1.50 White Bed-Spreads nice quality Sale price' : No man ,or woman can afford tonun )
Lawns, Madras, Percales, for ._, Lot 4-$2.00 .
of -- :- full .ize --1 1 Q this golden opportunity.) The !fi
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y; Voile. and Sateen that sold as high $1.50' Children Shoes Q A Sale price __________$9c, Sale price __, -7 cleanest and choicest stock in the city, Ael
. "!Ii as $2.50. You van pick Aflf\ _.- .70 Lot 5-$2.50 values, 1 O Q to be sold at cost TO ,save yourself''I I s
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them out for each .HPC., $2.00 Children's Shoes 1 SPECIAL price many dollars read every item over
'i ;Ii $2iC : ,_ 1 ..29All 2.000 pairs Union Made Overalls, the In the above lots' are included Fine carefully and remember no matter how !Ii e
4 \, WOMENS' SUITS AND DRESSES Plain Leathers $1.04 grade, Silk Mulls Crepe, ''Taffetas. China low the price is quoted,'it is not exaggerated. I I!IIi art
"I !2 Also everything- lady needs ,in a our Patent and above. for .. ___89 c Silks and Linen and Lawn. !IiIi n
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NOW STARE YOU IN THE FACE. THE IMPORTANT .QUESTION! IS "CAN YOU INJUSTICE TO YOURSELF AND.FAMILY OVERLOOK .THIS1 GOLDEN OPPOR., ,. .iI
ss-tsj VALUES
THE GREATEST AND BEST AND.ACT AT ONCE. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL DIRECT APPEAL TO ECONOMICAL. 'INSTINCTS. OF' THINKING II t
TUNITY OF A LIFETIME GRASP THE FULL SIGNIFICANCE OF THIS STATEMENT: . !I:

OF A DOLLAR EQUIVALENT TO. THE EARNING OF ONE. .
I PEOPLE TO WHOM THE SAVING '

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N . Arthur E. Donegan SUWANEE GIRLS'GANNING THE GOVERNOR WHAT HAVE YOU TO' OFFER?

.. We are now ITnThf up for our FALL and WINTER shipments of

t _.:: or -. on.has. A. Carson ;, ANDPOULTRY SEES NO NEED Florida Reliable fruits Representative and vegetables.wanted Let us at hear all from shipping you stations.


CLUB OF EXTRA SESSION LONNIE D. BYRD ,
\ 210 Light St., 4o-4tpd BALTIMORE; MD.

r. ' ,'WOULD MAKE FLORIDA A MOST ADMIRABLE GOVERNOR. AS '

,:,.'' 'BOTH ,,STAND I AT TIE' HEAD OF THE.'STATE'S BUSK,w MADE WONDERFUL- PROGRESS APPORTIONMENT LAW IS.LEGAL -

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SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION CONGRESSMEN! _,
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Down in Kissimmee-but they don't ''and has the habit of making everything FEBRUARY-ONE LITTLE GIRL FROM THE FOUR DISTRICTS'AS .

,call it that any longer, it's Kizzame, or serve for hia:.success.: He is a I I MADE NET PROFIT OF PROVIDED IN,BILL PASSED .

something of the sort-they are long. man' who does things, and he is a 5 ABOUT$50.. ; : AT LAST SESSION OF REALTY COMPANYNOT

sighted farsighted, and take no man who"works in any position he is. .5 ,. .LEGISLATURE. . .
chances with the future, says the. Jacksonville 1 placed.! :;, ,- -:-- IN THE TRUST

Metropolis. I .Mr. Carson only smiled when asked Mrs. W. E. Quarterman, director of --- 1. 10,000 acre Stock Farm,, a bargain if take at nee, F

Some months ago, this town became i!,about what his friends have cut out the Girls'' Canning'arid Poultry Club, (By WINFIELD JONES) $5.00 per acr.I." .:. -t- -:-. .1- -:-

ll alarmed at the speed and height at for Arm in politics; but way back: in makes the following splendid report, Prairie Land, Oraage Groves, High Hammock Land, Timber Laid
which these evidence of modernity rip the smile was something that] seemed 1: says, the Suwanee, Depiocrat! Washington, D .C.,'Oct. 18.-Representative

through 'the 'other.' i to make him grit his teed and look i This club, better known as the Clark has received a letter Lands at All Prices and oa'Easy Terms.

1 "Suppose. they 'would strike something defiant; and knowing the friendship .;"Girls' Canning and Poultry CJub't of from GovernorjTrammell in which" the 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half vain

i, over this town, or suppose one existing between ''these two Kizzame I, Suwanee County' came into existence'In governor declares' he does not share for other real estate .:- .':- .}.. -t- -*-

should fall from that height onto our men, the:people of the state are wondering February oft this :rear when the in the'ppinion of Mr. Clark that,four t

i I burg," they contemplated, "something I just .what will happen 'If both Woman's Club of Live Oak cooperatedwith congressmen cannot legally be elected Orange Groves all sizes and prices

would get smashed;" and they got i Donegan and Carson get in the race. the United States Department of from the four Florida congressional .,

i .4j- busy, and drafted an ordinance! proscribing I P. 'S.-That anti-high-flying ordi- Demonstration work. Mrs. W. E.Quarterman districts, but on the contrary believesit KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

.:' speed over and above so much 1 nance failed to pass; therefore both : was given the directorshipof will\ be proper, regular and legal I _

1 ""J ". .;...'. ?'' r. per h.our" and putting. a measuring i j' men can ,"run for Gove !1or"-if they ,this club., Work was begun on the that four congressmen shall J Je elected 0 -- -

Sn: rope on the altitude of ambitious soar- see fit. 17th,of February and from that date from the four districts.' .. .
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,;: L.lngs. I letter reads In'
'It
The part:
'to April 19th; 425 families were visit governor's
M MM I I I Ml M MM M I ii i mini
.;, a 1 It. wets: quite'an advertisement, and I DO IT NOW ed. Among these families there were "It wy.opinion that a congressman i. ,,
C. A. CARSON. A. CRANFORD. 8. U LUPFER.
A. : 1 as probably", what we sought; but it ,, 'lonly 78 which contained girls of the required should, at the November, 1914, election Prmldmt, VIe.P..Id.nt, Secretary

l;.., ''ti. : points the moral just the same that i I ; 'ages! namely, ten to eighteen.', be elected to represent each of the ..

,.,1-' this is one far-seeing, farsighted'town. . ,1 i JvSxsimmee! People, Should Not Wait | Forty-four! girls joined the club._ Each I II I four congressional districts' in Con,

,f "- 'I ,\ .. Unlit II Is Too Lale. I girl was given enough seed: to insure gress on and after March 4, 1915, fora

k. Kizzame fears high flying in the | ; plenty of plants for one-tenth of an term of two years. I, do not, therefore -,' KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.

f. heaven above, and is' jealous of-the i acre, circulars bearing on' the subjectwere feel justified In convening the ,
The appalmg death-rate from kid.
'' ,,waters under th'e earth; but on ,the ney disease i is-due largely to the fact 'I sent them from time, to time and 'legislature in extra session.Governor .".-
earth,below, there are no obstructions Trammell's letter in
1 each girl was visited by tl.c director was '
that the little troubles' I
s r throughout the entire area' of that usually neglected kidney until they become are I I twice a month and some three or tour rosponse-lo-one written by Mr. Clarkin 4t Rough,and Dressed is ..

,, Zrrgirie'land to going some serious. The slight symptdms. often times. Instructions: measuring which he stated he believed'that
Osceola county considers itself the .plots, pruning and staking were given. to make the elections legal the Florida -
give place to chronic disorders and PINE
r; very center of the universe in Florida.It some 'serious form of Letters of interest were written to legislature should .,be called in LUMBERHOUSE
kidney
com
is a f1ne'country, and, contains 'a plaint. every girl at the rate of tares: a month. extra session to change the wordingof

I' fine town;, and in that town there is Several canners were ordered early, the reaistricti g' bill passed' last
|jf C; you suffer from backache, headaches (
a fine tale.Looking. Ito take care of the first ripe fruit and spring. ,
dizzy spells if the kidney .
sI i ; forward to the time when I I'cretions,are irregular; of passage and se- {j vegetables. Mr. Clark is going\ to write to'Gev- HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

f the lion Park Trammell must either I unnatural in do not 'II U I It is wonderful the good that has ernor Trammell again and will prob- I. .
'' delay
( step down or outrun the other fellow, |I Help the kidneys appearance at once. I Ii been accomplished in this direction, ably present"to him views on the sub- r; : 'S i

+ they are grooming two favorite steeds i: Doan'a-Kidney Pills ate especially |! There were homes, I""have been told, ject by prominent lawyers in Congress . I I IIIIIM... M HI ,MMIMMMM ' 11"*.

s! for the race; either of which they say I Ij j for kidney disorders-they act where 1 which never knew'what it was to have coinciding with Clark's \iew that the .- --- .... -

j Will violate the speed limits of the ,pothers fail. Over one hundred thou. I more than.one or two quarts of black legislature\ should be in extra session C. A. CARSON President: N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.
i
State Gubernatorial race track, and heries or peaches 'the whole winter to remedy defects in the redistricting
i sand people have recommended them.Here's \,
Cross: the line before an admiring and : through. Now in of these law. i
one home The
a case at home: I Waters & CarsonGrocery
1 : cheering populace' while all the others '
is member of -
k i M. Cosner, 609 Mabbette street, a the. Tomato Club, flf I '
are still jockeying. for position way' 'Kissimmee, Fla., says: "I feel justified j' teen years old who has put up this M. W. Berriman, member of the ,

.e yonder in the backstretch. | in giving Doan's-Kidney Pills my I season 128 glasses of mayhaw, dewberry firm of Berriman Brothers cigar manufacturers .- I

Two candidates for governor from endorsement, for I know from personal blackberry and grape jelly; 62: of'Tampa, is here to consult CompanyWholesale

+ one and the same town. Some high experience that this remedy acts justas quarts of cucumber and tomato pickle, with officials of the Treasury Department .

-' flying sure; and some speed, too, to be represented.; I took Doan"s Kidney 30 quarts of preserves, 43 quarts of regarding information of

r shown in a town that would regulate Pills, when) was suffering from huckle and blackberries, 25 quarts of regulations to govern\ the,Manufacture and Retail Dealer InG.ROCERIES

the'speeed and height at which aero backache and kidney complaint andI jam and' 74 cans of different vege- of cigars in.bond. A law was recently

planes may encompass, and fly over., got great benefit.. tables. Her profit will be about $50 passed allowing the manufacture of ,

and dive above!; that,town For sale by all dealers. Price 50 after all expenses have been paid. cigars in bond. Mr. Berriman is urg

,Arthur E. Donegan started it, an 4, cents. Foster'-Milburn Co., Buffalo\ This is only one instance-there are ing the Treasury Department to allow w1

: .' his backers ,say that all,over the state New Vory,.sole agents!! for the United others. One little girl ten years ok the manufacturers to have.some voicein .

the money is being placed on him for 1 States. 4 has put up 3000 cans. the formation'of the regulations 00404400004001000 .. .... ... ........

,a winner They say he, has ,been running Remember the name-Doan's- About the middle of May hailstorms governing the matter. F M. liar 1 0 O r 1 .

t .... '" '", ever since Trammell was elected,"1 take no other.-Adv. 44-lt in ''two different 'parts of the county I stead, chief of the Division of Customs ,0 HAY, tl E SELLt 4 I I : WE BUY .. '

started in early, has been going some, badly damaged eighteen tomato ttlols of the Treasury<<: Department, has .' 'IIIDES, '

and Is flying high. LAWS HUNTERS I Only three ,of these girls took fresh the 'matter in charge Representative !1 GRAIN, 9' I ;

But there* is another man in Kiz- SHOULD REMEMBER I courage and began anew, sending to Sparkman accompanied Mr. Berrimanto I :jj C. FURS, .
FERTILIZERS
j South Florida for plants. Seven the department and arranged for'' .
same, they say, who has a few friends I can. 4 .
.'4 ; also, and he is just as big a man..and I Open season, November 20th toFebruary,20th:1 ning demonstrations were held 'wit! the appointment. 4 SHINGLES, a a WOOL, : ':j

.. sound timber for aft) average attendance of 67 visitors 4 4 .., : :
/:, ;; as building a gubernatorial : ., ;,' -
; ' i,, yar) y Atr: '1> ( who came to,' seethe, girls workingthefteason'sTwor :tyWallaceStovall+ Coon'' o" lhieditoc r 'r_' ORANGE BXE 4 '0 .
; : structure *s D6neganfand? : his License. tor rea dents of Florida 1 1|t ; ) ] } ilSAND
'ti\otI friends have arlsenTiTtheirjnight'an'ddeclared :E.r. 'r ry girlie: l' 'sending; n s eport[bt and pr'opnetor o a pa T Ihune .
: !; for the 0 ORANGE
) county in which they Jive, or, WRAPS 0 O ALL .
: i K that if' rune;C"A? $3\fotheTtate! , l *lV and writ ''g. a hm passed through Wash+ngto today en F '\.1: ., ',t.

: ,;. 'Carson will run,,too. Non-residents, $15. Good only ."in tory of"the'year's worK.. Several of rout;!home frdmWew'J'yorkSHHel'wa. ?J*W4 VEGET/.BLE CRATES: 4 4 .COUNTRY. .. } .
:. 1 They'took hold of him while he was the county Where issued. the business m'en of the town have offered accompanied by Harry II Brown of5]4 CRATE .:" p .w ,
NAILS
4 >>
prizes to age'the J RODU E. :
encou Tampa.
t. away, .in Washington, and had him in All licenses must be obtained from girls 4 'S 0 O "
'f' .
,. and be)
these \
will
"' ; 0 awarded at the county -
-
"metaforicaily"
the race, speaking, before ,county judges. 04404444404001004 i 004000111.0100000'''
4 fair in November. John W. Watson, of Miami, who was
3 ; jo 1 .1'' he knew it, and..made such a good I Game birds protected: Swans, geese, candidate t
This has. a for Governor of Florida .
organization
', ,showing for him, and stirred 'Up suchquiet brandt, ducks, rail, coots, mudhens, spread in its last We sell Jeld and garden leeds of all kinds '.
; ;w 'enthusiasm: for Carson all over shorebirds, plover, snipe, woodcock, influence over the countrj Families year, and is. being spoken of as We glee special attention to fitting, out hunting' and camping parties.
$ '. that where there were no girls of eligible a candidate for Congress next, year! Free deliver?. ,In city. limits phone No. 12. ;
: ,I''r that :section of the state on his curlew, wild turkey, grouse,,quail turtle
r ; have adopted i'n; the fourth We are county agents for ood
congressional district fertilizers.
the
return from the Nation',;!, Capital, he dove. Pheasants are protected until age and plan and between IK' here. ] price.on fertilizer ** %. Ak us far circular tad
30,000 40,000 of _
found himself a'full groomed racer, i December 1, 1915, after which they fruits have cans vegetablesand ,. ,,. .
been
'
'It pawing the ground and champing the j j may be killed\ during the open season. put up this season Frank J. Pearnside, of I'alatka, is --- - --. ---- --' ._i-'
bit, and prepared to do some running I Magazines given by different in
in
9 t Other game: Deer and 'squirrel. 'members of the Woman's Washington\ regard to the ap-
; ', . that, they will make Donegan Club were
; say, j Maximum for pointment of a postmaster at Palatka.
:, 4 t': 'shy, bolt the track,'and hustle back to one person, one day, i taken on several trips made to the
i I one buck deer, two turkey gobblers, girls and left in their homes. -
i '. the manager to see if this other teed Chas. II. Brown, f '
twenty quail and other Seeds of ( Tampa, presi-
i S F'F'r .. ,", has perchance eaten his oats. birds.! twenty-five ordered from easy Hastings grown and annuals these were distributed dent of the Charlotte Harbor\ and Bargains For
Carson is -
gifted with some presence Northern railroad
spent today' In
.' of mind and is Maximum* for: one person, duringthe in some of the homes. '
r ; it said, always seizes! Washington, on his way back from
'; the opportunity! lie Is a Baptist; and, entire season, five turkey gobblers, I New York
1 J ; .- to illustrate his absolute control of three. buck deer and 500 birds. NOTICE TO THE I PUBLIC.". --.J-

accidental l happenings, they tell it, that' No game o/ any description can be Beginning December 1st, }913, the Philip! Shore, of Tampa, Port Commissioner .. the Buyer

i, k .once when he was assisting at the sold or shipped out of the state, and scale of wage of carpenters In Kis- I ; M. Wi Berriman, prominent -

+ emersion of a large number of 'candidates can only be shipped within the state simmee will\ be 40 cents per hour, and I cigar manufacturer of Tampa, ,

1 out In the stream a large fat' when accompanied by the hunter. for carpenters' 'apprentices 30. cents ;and E. M. Hendry of Tampa are spend-

r ; man tripped and dragged him under.j per hour. ing a- few days here. Five-acre farm just outside city limits, with\ good deep wen
of
By order of the .' pure, soft water; 4-room house fine
Quickly "grasping! the situation," he Carpenters and Joiners farm place for small grove and
mounted the fat and Union No. 1359. Peter O. Knig'h't'prominent poultry ; with good uhigh. cho1' fhu'cl1 and market Privileges.
man; as 'they I R. F. PARKER I lawyer This property Is owned by a non-resident. Price
drifted down the waters; Carson was J. W, ZEIGLER,. of Tampa, is here to argue a case before TEN ACRE $850. Tenn. .. .
FARM
triumphantly singing, Tis the Old THE 44-6t Recording Secretary, the United States Supreme Court. We have ten II.
acres the
near limits
city
half
Ship of Zion. She Has Landed TAILOR I fine soil cleared, in cultivation -'' ... .
Many WANT ADS in the high, dry land, all fenced, pretty location; owner la 11'. ,
t Thousands and Will Land: One Sinner I Valley Gazetteare Representative Sparkman, chairman a non-resident and '"ySSLL." No reasonable offer' turned'down. f
-
More." the means of selling and VehfT This will make an excellent home well
located
I ; will pay to see it.
Darlington Are. Rivera 11
2-106
ing'property when all other acres adjoining the
j city limits had
Donegan is some utility mah, too, means two porches stables six room house,
fail. Try It once. 5 cents a line. turned to Washington from a tour of a nice home and with splendid good well of d&nUges water.. Juitandtekfni
-- city
'' f. - Inspection of waterways througbout land, about good ow
50
anA
I young orange trees
I 7 ,. 'i' '' 4444400041444000 the New England States. tree, plenty timber fo'rfarm,purposes, $2100.. Terms., one. ,'.bearing
Ui *** ** SPLENDID 50-ACRE
TRACT CLOSE IN.
I .' "GULF TO ATLANTIC LINE" stAofWthi0.WrhJ 50 acres very short distance,from city limits
There l,
i Is Little Lake Front Bn>
: of l land 11 '
Property Write or wire Menge Bros., Fort ? land good citrus fruit land, fine''groves on
adjoining
: : Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and schedule part excellent pasture and trucking, land, just the
I; lit Left In Florida For Sale of steamers Suwanee and Corona- place to enjoy the freedom of country life, and yet have the. ad-'
.. school
aaw.i privileges
and
ass good markt.
plying between Fort Myers-and Fort $50 per acre, but jsns
; desirous of
;;'\ : I HAVE several tracts directly! on the shores of Lake ,. Lauderdale via the famous Caloosahat- terme to buy If a rooming house and will sell at a bargain price and selling give. .
necessary; investigate this '
Ghee, Lake Okeechobee opportunity.' ,
.. Tohopekaliga that can be reached from Kissimmee Everglades and ORANGE GROVE '
Drainage Canals. The PROPERTY.
most wonderful .
,fifteen minutes. They will be. sold' to the' first I scenery in America. Wild bird- f mm6 railway acres of station orange school land also| good farming land, about'one mile
"' and
church
k ''' person 'who makes .a reasonable. offer. Sold on and game life in pr fusion.( Seminole 5. acres of young grapefruit trees, besides, 5 teres'bearing about 10'acres grove more andod.nd '.
.
r terms win ndians and alligators.\ 42-tf ready to plant to 4 room house .taLles
easy or exchange for' "ive' and a
..,- property in Kissimmee. at 14500, on favorable terms of payment.. .snap
7 .5'" "Will this income tax make We have many other good farms. groves, cattle forma
,. . Write any difference Investments. .and desirable -
k "X., ,at.once to In your' affairs?" t ,

"Yes," replied the prominent theat- ,
''t E'ox 422' i. J. McPhatter KISSIMMEE, rical star., "It will-be
} something dire
Fi.r -i: : < : FLORIDAI
If I have to make '
j' It '. ; I good to the govern NELSON COMPANY'
REALTY
. , ment on the salary as manager as
I
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IF THE MOTHER raising a hardy race and lived to a I 'f ;
green .old age themselves, and when MEMBERS NOWLOOKING materially' from the New Jersey defi .

OR ,WIFE'I IS CARELESS at simply last because they laid the down machine*to die was, it worn was 1' nition.The law which Mr. Wilson .signed' 'fl': Ir o.t'

.. TO THE 'ae.Q9: <> L0''New (
out. And X.rJJ Jersey holds that
so we begin to wonder if, : a
trust 'E'EII
IGNORANT after all, they have any call upon a a combination or agreement What It :Takes ,
OR between i"Ion. i
two
.
.. our sympathies.-:"was not all luck WINTER SESSION corporations, firms or ,..
that persons, any two or more of them for rig.
they accomplished these things. .
'The good did fashioned quality of com !i,the following purposes:: To Fit Your Poof J.
THE REST HAVE POOR CHANCE mon had ((1.) To create ,ofr'carry out restrictions net Nr t
deal
sense a great_ to do with TO WHOLE TRUST MEASURES r :;
in trade to
it, and the rules or acquire a monop- '
same of conduct '
are tho
THE MOTHER IS THE FIRST just efficient today as ever. For com IT IS EXPECTED |1 oJy, either in intrastate or interstate, We Have It l
WILSON business or '
commerce.
TEACHER AND IIER INFLU- mon sense is the following of the rules : : hue
WILL CALL ATTENTION ((2)) To limit'or reduce the
ENCE .UPON THE CHILD that formulated experience for and us, and hard we knocks are have wiseif I OF MEMBERS TO SUBJECT ,II i II !I I auction or incre'ase'the price of .merchandise pro.. We-Have- All Size In Stock I, faro

'BEGINS BEFORE ITS we heed them. II OF TRUSTS. I or any commodity, .Men'* B to D "t arro
I .
BIRTH. ((3)) To prevent competition in manufacturing forknd
Women, probably from the time of '
. Eve, have been boasting of their su i Washington, D. C., Oct. 18.-Senators and making, transporting, sell Lddiet A toE, .;
ing
Women are the natural sanitarians periority of the possession of what and representatives are already:' duce purchasing merchandise, pro Red Shoes for Children '
or commodity
i :in our civilization. they call intuition. It is an extremely I beginning! : to look forward to the December I I any I M
If the mother or wife is careless or serviceable possession,,too, when something session of Congress and 't.he'' ((4)) To fix at any standard or fig --.--
ignorant the rest'of us -have a poor else isn't mistaken for it. We legislation which is to come up for ure, whereby its price to the publicor I : a
Come and See! It's show !
pleasure to food .
shall a "oar *
chance. The doctors and health boards grant to animals,an instinct, and probably -I consideration: principally the antitrust consumer in any manner be 4
laws it is-a It is controlled, any article or commodityof '
may preach, they may have en- sort of parallel to this measures. confidently ex- I
acted to regulate matters of hygiene human intuition. But after all, the pected that President Wilson will early' merchandise, produce or commerce I OOT, ''Co
and sanitation, but the women are,, animal rather has the advantage because direct-the attention of Congress to the intended for sale..Use or consumption I Dutton-Harris .r
I in this
r ri after all, the executive officers to make its instinct works sure'and true subject of the trusts. state or elsewhere. ., FITTERS

these laws effective, because' most of |while the .human. animal is quite apt Officially not a great deal of information -'! ((5)) 'To make any agreement by I .

the things that affect the bodily welfare to be over-ruled. by the higher attributeof is coming out with respect j which they directly or indirectly preclude ) .sA
of the race touch us in the home,t reason. The 'results may not be to the plans the administration has 1 a free and unrestricted competition "
and'there it is that woman.is supreme. so surely inevitable. And so the wo for dealing with the trusts this win- i among themselves, or any purchaser the market or selling at a fur.ed price//j ment or arrive at an understanding .
For health is largely a matter of education man's intuition is a valuable thing to ter, but unofficially the plans are or consumer. In tho sale or or in 'any other1manner by which the without express agreement by which: r''.

and woman ia the. teacher and t 'have in the home, If it isn't overwork. known in a general way to a good transportation of article or commodity, price might.be affected. they directly indirectly..preclnda a
home the school. ed. It should not be allowed to prevail many of the influential Democrats in 'either by"pooling, withholding' from ((6) To make any secret oral &,ree-. (Continued on page, 8)) ( rf

'The woman as mother is the first against the facts that science has dug Congress. It is well understood that J' ,f
teacher. (Her influence upon the child out of the great unknown and established President Wilson disagrees utterly
begins before' its birth. She bringsto as firm and sure as the ever- with those who believe that law can-
her offspring the first impressionsand lasting hills. not be made to reach such persons as r. '

at the formative period in its life And so the woman in the home must seek to adjust the'business machinery / ..
when impressions sink deepest and incorporate into her education what of this country so that the greater

last longest. The same is true'among science has/ to teach in health mat portion of the wealth! will fall into a .
the animals and birds. It is the moth ters. Her Intuition tells her that un- few hoppers. ,As Governor of New The .' ) }
er.-hen; that shelters her chicks under cleanness and foul odors are a menace Jersey he made plain his Ideas as to t'
her wings and teaches them to scratch to the sanitary wellbein of her family how the trusts ought to be dealt with.
while the rooster struts] As to the head, of a state government I Kissimmee t e1.w
for themselves, , Science.tells her how .and why Drug Company .
," around;'and crows and makes, gen. they dangerous and how to abate ;/he advocated sending violators oraeIf .
r"s. \,""\",:'.,,'".'li.;A'b-I.l.:1!,I .. : :an a of,.himself,.". ' ,' h m-' .,. . I'A,'" "f" 'f 'ofjthej! )law l2.3 l.That,was the anti', ,.,.. . -f Hi r H> >*mJl \ (, ;' _' .
., 'II'' I. \
With'I i'VI 7 this"-"responsibility( 'r-Nst.l1g'UP- he T mother's'Influencetn. t.he.home. dote that fines'hej prescribed placed too| much ne of'maintained"a k r T:,,L\........; ;I;!.:: \(' .'" !:d ; ,", J....I,....." 1 ,',; ':r"'Ji.rni" : :;: )tf.'r', Vi : i '..(Tr,.;\ f", .\.i :,'J.t': k'ri'l/rrA! ; !jr "' If auto
fhtf''J'r'lI\ \
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h.I.\gj "
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ph her, it is somewhat doubtful if should be.for cleanliness, physical as burde1 ".' ,:' : \ eon-
of the upon't.he ;
the human mother always and fully well as mental and moral, for her husband and as punishment governor he scoffed at EFFICIENT SERVICE 'IN PRESCRIPTION'; f land ad,
her ''economic importance well for her children. From
appreciates i as as presi-,
I that the guilty cannot be detected and y
in these modern times, particularly the beginning' she must instill into her convicted. 1 DEPARTMENT. ,J em-.,

In the way of education. j child the importance of purity, of So public men at .the Capitol with flemen.ttor.f
in these advanced times cleanliness the from the I ,
But same way fingernails hand Jtmanto
in
the information they have :
say ;
when! eugenics, the influence of heredity and teeth to the soul. Instil they feel safe in assuming that when II NEW .GOODS IN .THE SCHOOL BOOK /.
the germ origin of diseases, and I it into the fat.her'tor.. his own sake as the President goes before Congressand .
I
other sciences are being formulated well as for an example, to the children. talks about dealing,with the trustshe DEPARTMENT. I t O%.
without limit there is Then the the teacher'hasan _. at'
and multiplied the danger that we shall become overeducated influence second only to that of the way the policy which maintains that '
6r so perplexed with the mother in the home. She should real. I guilt is personal. The administrationis CLEAN" ; WHOLESOME COLD DRINKSAT the c

multitude of new ideas, that we shall ize .that her most important duty towards not planning to make War on honest fcnday kerg,atwos

lose our sense of direction. Some the younger children" in her business, It Is planning, and planningin "
times we pity the generations, threeor charge is in the care of their bodies a most systematic way, to,make determined THE FOUNTAIN. L eptji r
"'" four back of us, and wonder how of their health. They all have inquiring war oil dishonest business. I and-
to survive the dangers minds, active and alert to acquirethe ' .
nlanaged
they At the outset the chief executive '
EVERYTHING r ,
FOR THE SCHOOL. ::
they did 't. know about and which wo knowledge almost as they breathe: it Is' thought, will ask Congrses to . 't
Jl think we understand better than they. the air,.and her chief concern for their I write into the laws pt the land a new I .. I'I':' I'11'1" ; ..r i Pre1oinfc

We .wonder. how our mothers andgrandmothers mental advance is0, see that they ,definition of a trust. The l legislativeI ..s'y,; t ,
brought their big families don't absorb wrong ideas. Physical "'f\.ited to do this'in order a $
I body will be Now < ;. ,
i through all the ills of childhood, cleanness is the road tq 'moral whole- j II that men responsible for the management under new management. .. .. "
when even the doctors hadn't a name someness. of trusts may have a clearer understanding .. .I>'. '" 'fa
for the maladies they had to fight. And the influence of the young of what the government wishes to announce that many 1,:..tt:, I ,
of these woman, properly Exerted, is along the I I m i
. But from the perspective I regards as a trust. While governor ,
r r days, it seems that they succeeded in. same line-.-that of cleanliness. If this j i t of New Jersey. .Mr. Wilson had the .improvements will be made in <,: ; tteshel helD<

legislature of that state define a trust, .
1' . ----""""'- 4 ---- ---- - ---- and it is now well known here thatif the arrangement of our store .'" !". I'bo'

his wishes are carried out the federal ,yF.,

), 48c. Big Bargain Sale 48c. definition-.L.._of___a trust will_not differ-oJ, in order to give. '. '.j'/,.';,. :sfronI '

I abe
realized, if Its strength
influence were I. JA
''._:_ Y s
We will sell one gross fine Wilton, I and Importance were appreciated, our ,' '. I ,.
I conditions'would be vastly: dif .. -' '
r Velvets and Moquette' hassocks worth social 11; \.f "'1 ,
+ $1.00 for only 48c Tuesday, Sept. the I I ferent. In discussing, woman's relations '' ', '; c: Ont
IS Competentmen engaged in ', : ; 11
1 to the rest of ,creation it difficult ; ," J.o, ..,' .
1el 28t.h" We will give each purchaser a to separate her influence upon : "', ".

Ii unique kitchen ,.novelty. Come early I I'and over over morals.physical Yet conditions if the manhood from that of all departments,' will, give. .:. >: ". : ; St ta

r. as we only have 1.44 of these hassocks, I the race could find and expect.to find, prompt: attention to any telephone J : ion '

e and after the above date we will sell I in its young women nothing physically ; 'j" nun
could inevitably a rebuke .
impure, expect calls.
if any is left, at' $1.00 ,There are 13% for moral offence, it would hold /, e a;

& 13% 7 in. high, nothing like this them,,. in even higher reverence than it " .a't C .,,

-II ever sold in Kissimmee before or,any holds them today.. Man Instinctively ask
expects the woman to be pure he demands .
other place for,this money,.48c. 'J I of her what he does not require Kissimmee Drug C Y Yaye'
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I of himself and when she fails ; .

WHITE DEWING' MACHINES' "I to influence.reach over his, 'lofty him is anticipations weakened., her . W.: C. $HANKINS;: .Mg,.. I :' ,_.. ,
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; ,IVER JOHNSON,, 11,1Cr.CLES. And whether it be as mother, wife -. Y 104 (t
41 BROADWAY
PHONE
TYPEWRITERS of maid, woman is the executive of. ..: mr,
a OLIVER fleer\ in our home affairs. It is.up to 1'--c.' .!: l'
her to see that the home U kept'clean, ., s
'A for physical as wellas
breeding place

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER. v I
PAGE _6. TilE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE .:

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The Kissimmee Valley.Gazette.. ANOTHER TRAIN SHOULD DRAINAGE PASTIME THEATER, 1

SATURDAY at 8 P.Mr '.
y PUBLISHED BV\RT: : : LOAD OF'' CATTLE I DISTRICTS-BE FRIDAY and P.M. EXTRA
FRIDAX OFFICE: ALLEY GAZETTE: BUILDING. EXTRA SATURDAY MATINEE' 2:30: e,
KI88IMMEB. OSCEOL.A COUNTY FLORIDA. 1 I
... . 1 ST.
--- - ESTABLISHED AND NOV. .
-W. B. HARRIS .. .. .. .. .' .. .. Owner I I OCT. 31

1 S. J.. 'TRIPLETTi .., '- ':'; .. _.. _- -.. ,- .- --rEditor. ;and Manager .LEAVE. .: -- --."KISSIMMEE.. -,-- ."- YESTERDAY. ; Most important vent in the .history of localamusement.
FOR' TIIE MILLER BROS.' I TIME HERE OF THE
ONLY
v SUBSCRIPTION RATES!!!: One copy, one )'ea. uhhUU-u.\I. (Continued from page 1)) FIRST AND
One copy, a' month ?__?.... .'16 One copylhre.month.*, --.,.- ..40AH 101 'RANCH.If .
this law section of which is objectionable
,
every
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signed, ty communication the writer. .e>C 'pt from.our putherlkdSorre.pondents., muat b.t ,- -. , -.- ....'. to me, but neither time, SENSATION OF 'THE CENTURY '

t; Rejected matter will_.not_be returned unless called for. I : anyone'believes Kissimmee is nqt. nor I space!< will permit a resume\ of any .l
-- --
Xntered: at tie Postofflce In 'Kl..lmme. Florida. .. eeond-claei mall matter. I entitled to the'' name of "leading cattle I more than those above alluded to.I "],..'l'.

...,. .. ._ ._.. _--- market 'in Florldi,"'theyneed only I do not beli-eve that the people of C : -

} .. FRIDAY, ,OCTOBER, 1913.. ,.... I i"Maln'| here for a few weeks to 'be Osceola county or of any ether coun- of :I'

.. . ..., ., ... ......., ill jyotdia,. are' willing! to 1 forego:
-- --- ------------------ -- ---- ---- -- ---=-=-'"-" convinced of the fact, as there. Is ty : "

; MOST PEOPLEEAT I[,scarcely a week passes that one or their inherent right to Self-government, \ :1
ENJOYABLE YOUNG GENUINE
|more train loads of fat steers are not and it Is inconceivable how a man like .:

.shipped from'here to western markets Senator Drane, who 'was president of l

r ; Ms> SOCIABLE: MEETING CHICKEN PILLAU or 'to swell the" number of some cattle- the Senate that passed the measure, 0

1 1.r 1... .- ;II I inan"s herd on the western prairies. could have so far forgotten the mem- V\ ".', .'

INDULGE I! A trainload' of left' ory of the .thousand of noble souls .
.r OF THE LADIES OF THE G, A. It AND! IN .GAMES\ OF twenty cars yesItorday : '
York
: I for the Miller,Bros.: 101 .Ranch who laid down their lives at "

AT WHICH THE ,PRESIDENTIS AMUSEMENT\ AT HOME OF j In, Oklahomabeing, purchased mostly! town and ,Valley Forge that 'we mightbe \

PRESENTED WITH A MISS\ RUBY PREVATT. ,'from the Carson Cattle'Company, but free as to,introduce such a bill, or NOT THE USUAL

BOWL FILLED WITH 1 Messrs, Rull, Aides and Ordia Bass how the members of the Senate and ctu RES
M by i N G PI
House of Representatives could ever -
couple of'hundred head. '
furnished} a '
1 FLOWERS. ,A chicken pillau was enjoyed by' a
The rattle purchased by the Miller bring themselves up to the point of = .
large number of,young people\ on Friday -
I. evening last week at the home Bros in this section, which number voting for it, arid further still, how I i

F'd The Ladies of the G. A.; R. met .at of Miss Ruby' Prevatt Games, and. several thousand head, have proved so a man like Park Tramniell, who Is' of pui/ '

Mrs. D. R.,Blenis, Wednesday' for music provided amusement in addi- satisfactory that they 'lose noopportunity'to the people, could so far forget, his SINGING 11 I

I' their monthly social. tion to'the good things to eat and those take. all offered, and at the duty? all ,the people as to feign a bill f MOTIOJN WCTMAKINO r ITI

I At 2:30: p. m., after a nice social present enjoyed the entire evening to rate they have been shipping the past that gives acres the right to dominate -!!' '

hour, Mrs. Van Duzer went out of the the fullest extent.. '. few months, if kt'pt'up for a year,' man THt.'flCtURED
f ) room and came back beautiful President Drane, the members of the'I tlV
M carrying a. Those present were l Misses Zelma will pretty well deplete the herds that ,

,t i hand-painted salad bowl,, setting Johnson EtheKRoberson, Leona Rob roam our prairies. Senate and House of Representatives]!
___
r t on, a bed of red"white: and blue flowers.! erson-;-Mattie Belle Harris; Rose O'Berry -I I and Governor Tra'mmell may have had MILLIONS AR 'APPLAUDING 'i'" TIFI

She told the Circle that "maybe all some good reason for their action, butt t ',<
Thomas NOTICE.
Marie O'Berry, Laura '.\.
i present(; didn't know that their President to'convince me that they acted fpr the'
Myrtes Langston; Mildred Winn, Ethel is that.all Auto- "'1'
hereby given
;Notice
i ;Mrs, M. Cosner, on Thursday, the best interests of the people they took O ';
I Gilbert Blanche Ingram, Georgia mobile Licenses-were due and payable I -
23rd would celebrate her hundred will have do m
one oath to serve they tq a __
Reeves, Orpha Rose Ethel Gregory,
October lat, 1913. If the"licenses
remain -
:. ;! and sixty-seventh birthday'and, that whole lot of explaining, and I' think :
Ruby Prevatt and Marion Porter; unpaid on November 1st, 1,913, GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT
\" to show sister of the love and
our esteem they will fall down on the job.
f' Mel rs Paul McKee, Graham Youbg, TIdlJ
nformations will be filed.
in which she was held by us, he? I The law is known as Chapter 6458, AMERICAN TALKING riCTURE OCX301C 136* BROADWAY' M
f'.t Garnelt Combs Sam Lupfer Jennings NCW YORK CITY r
4 .t Employment and all other Licenseswere DISTRIBUTORS I "
., sister members, we would present her and I ask the taxpayer of this contemplated -
Prevatt Ward 4f
this little' Esteyj; tyon Eutey also due and payable' October1st
token in remembrance oJ drainage district to read .
t Lawrence Griffin, MacGruder Joiner, Unutuml. .n/ Uplifting Cxtrtim
; and must be paid to the County OVER TWO HOURS fonlintnm

I ahead the day.of time Weknow, but as today we were is a here day Mr. Mlze; Ike Adams, Bemory Whid- Tax Collector, C. L. Bandy, at once. it carefully with the, that they may of the be statements satisfied . Change of program daily. Night price 50c, Balcony 35c. Matinee all Hats 25c. ''<,

;: H 1 together today, and life is so uncertain den, Charles O'Berry, Johhy "Smythe II. D. GBIGER, I have correctness made. Referred seats on sale Robenon'c. Pharmacy... Children in' arms not admitted. '{d l WI
and Joe Prevatt.STANFORD.
\ 44-2t County Prosecuting Attorney.
I. even among us young ladies that Those are my'sentiments on this law, ,,.

count our years along,about the same and are the result of a careful study a444444444444044fi4a of the situation! and hold that the call du

as our president, we thought it bettei HARRIS CASES TRIED of it for the past m hth. o must be issued-for the three old districts .. "

to be alittle, ahead of time than too TALKING KISSIMMKK: : 4fi and for one congressman from ,i

r ., late. Sister Cosner, please accept this O'BRYAN, VANS AGNEW I IN COUNTY COURT CIVIC LEAGUE'S and 4 4 the state-at.large. As a result the ">> RI

It little gift from us, and may the many OSCEOLA COUNTY I tangle which must be decided sooner

years we hope for you be full of MEETINGADOPTS o 0 or later, would brought before the ;k
REGULAR 44444 +,4444444444444 FlSa
peace and your path strewn with as LEAVE'WEDNESDAY FOR OCALATO DOCKET CLEARED OF ALL CASES courts

lovely flowers as surround :this pretty MORE: HATS IN It is immaterial how the case. is '

v\;,\ piece of, china." REPRESENT KISSIMMEEAT EXCEPT THOSE IN WHICH ( TUB RING derided, but it Is decidedly important ,,1t.i'
MEETING OF STATE RESOLUTIONS REQUESTING
,
.i'iff. Mrs. Cosner was so taken by sur.'I ANDREW JOHNSON WAS And still they come. The latest is to the Democratic party of Florida and, :\ se'

,prise she thought at first she would CHAMBER OF COMMERCE\ \ ATTORNEY.State PERMISSION OF COMMISSIONERS lion. W. :J. Sears, superintendent of of the nation that the four congressmen '** ,

\ cry but finally took a better view of \ ....:.-- TO PLACE SEATSIN public instruction of Ostcola! county from Florida be elected legally ui
.
4 ''I, things and laughed, and in a very pretty That Kissimmee was ably represented . and grand chancellor of the Knights that their seats may not .be contested ..l I Sazel

little speech accepted the gift with at the meeting of the State Chamber vs.' Earl Minx, larceny- ; nol COURT HOUSE of I'ythias, who has the subject of, by the republicans, giving Florida no .,'p;(.h!

,. ., many thanks. Also she was thankful of Commerce at Ocala yesterdayis pressed. GROUNDS. running for congress under "serious part in the organization of the house '

ir. ', that she was not quite the youngest a foregone conclusion, for W, B. State vs. Walter Terrell (colored) '-' conaidera tJon."-palatka ;Times-Her of reprelll'nt&Uves.-Pensacola News. i k mtWI'

'. or the oldest member, as she knew of Harris, Frank Vans Agnew and Lewis attempt to enter; guilty, and fined ald. 1

d one that was only 165 and another she I the and U.I $200 and costs or <6 months in jail. At the regular meeting.ofthe sea-, BEST (PLACE '
O'Bryan were delegates,
i =r -- heard her:say a few moments ago was State John Gadsden colored son of the Civic League at the' Chapter GROOMING TO BUY CATTLE .
Clay Stanford was there as president vs. ( )
168. ,. I House on Tuesday, the 14th inst.a ANOTHER HOUSE Osceola is shipping cattle
of the organization, and all had bellson aggravated assault; guilty; fined $25 county gu
Of everybody laughing committee was appointed to ask The attention of Ito I Oklahoma. Several trainloads have
course was their fingers and toes. and costs or 60 days in jail. Frank Mayes John Vi
\ by this time and the good will and permission of'the county commissioners Stokes, Tom West, Cephas Wilson and gone in the past four months 500
The left }here o'clock
party at 10 State vs. Gill Thomas, assault and I ,
to be allowed, to place certain
cheer that makes our grand old society other ambitiously inclined Floridians head being: shipped one day last week.
in Mr. Stanford'scar
Wednesday morning
all.ti battery; mistrial; 'continued. seats, of iron or cement, in 'the court is' t ne
\\4f' so enjoyable was enjoyed by respectfully called to the fact that *--Sara sola Times.
and the included Orlando
Our,hostess, assisted by Mrs. D. R. itinerary State vs. Sadie'Williams, (colored), house'grounds... As a special topic for Arthur Donegan, of Osceola county, is I
and both of which
Blenis,,Jr., served most delicious re- places Leesburg, at aggravated assault; not guilty; this meeting, a discussion had been being groomed for the gubernatorial" BUT WE AREENTITLEDTOTHFM '
made to of
; freshments, after which we adjourned stops were partake State vs.' Fred Parks.., (colored), car- requested on the relative' merits of: race in .1916.-Palatka TimesHerald.pfwSw8flwiJ8wm''EjC' ? ..\J,!.,.i'f;'"

f ti, to our, homes feeling we had spent a slight refreshments and to "waterup'the rying concealed weapons; guilty; fined various locations in tOwn for the said ,;,, ' With Sears in the ,race for Congress;: 'I'I"
car, for the hot air let off by the w'IIAT OSCEo'Lilllt' > 'J ;': '
h. $160 and costs 4 months in I'hefollowing'paperwas'hand!! ] i + and.Donegan in the field..forithe"simrnee eo-v
: most/.delightful,afternoon. , of the' was 'a.'lit ,, ,,or... Ji'4Wj| !! ;i! .
t feud occupants \ car inland
f 1 SMemberVLadies' G./A. R.':'. tie too much for a poor Utile 20) h.' : **" State.vs.;'Oscar Stokes/improper exhibition ? ed ; its general" presentment ? DOES>TOE>" ANE. ernorshipvitibegtne!: ? :( :look asJfjKJI"" ( la'W
p. whiC'1'r A farmer Gwinnett is trying to wrest".r political ,
of curred in by the society, } t ul in county, Georgia
to stand and the dust from the ,dangerous weapon; plead "
. engine ed in a vote of preference for the court :: cane from an acre of ground honors from Jacksonville and Lake .
c guilty; ,fined $25 and costs or 6Q daysin crew a
t roads tissues of .
} the
I , A ,DELIGHTFUL so penetrated jail.J. house grounds, if permission is had. \ ed 221 gallons of syrup,1 i land.-Palatka Herald. ,
the throats of the delegates and president valued at the market price of sixty'cents '
that to the K. Hilliard M. H.: Porter ADVERTISED LETTERS '.
PICNIC PARTY itvwas necessary stop vs. cause .. se
: Madam .President and Ladies of the a gallon at $132.60. A farmerin
y car every few miles and limber up on of action; damages for $200; verdictfor Osceola It<
1 t K. C. L: county produced last year)
Remaining in the P tolle. 'at Kla-
several bottles of soda water and defendant motion for trial
, "t ; new
1 ,; 500
My reasons for being averse to plac- gallons of'syrup from"one acre simmee Uncalled For .
j ; SPENT SATURDAY ENJOYING grape juice.WHAT i- granted. and sold it for* !
seats in the strips
ing parked on seventy-five cents a | Oct. 20, HIS. .
s' ;3 THE" BEAUTIES AND CATCH. All cases in which Andrew Johnson Broadway are as follows: gallon.. Here is" an example of the ) ,InH
,
: i" i ING FISH FROM THE FOUR ACRES was,attorney were continued till next 1st. The environment of a desirable opportunities in Florida as compared ; Advertised list for tho two weak

term of court, Mr. Johnson being too with those of the sister '' ending Nov. 3, 1913.
state. Yet
J i. WATERS OF FISH open air seat should be shaded, quiet

1 r 'f LAKE., OF: (AND PRODUCED ill to be,present at this term., and .secluded.: The strips of lawn n'' the land is gracious in both, and the I' nowell.Hnyton.Edd.W C Minister More Mrs, H W.Mollle 'W

Broadway are too narrow to afford' yield is plentiful. All that is needed Bryant W H MeDurne. Tommle ."
I. Osceola Telephone Baa. Y O McNeil. MlM Mcl or
CompanyAnnual is intelligent Tri-1 ,
this environment Tourists, and especially hUlbandry.-Tampa B..., David A II"Hronion .,

'J t r. .A delightful picnic party journeyed MORE THAN THREE THOUSAND Meeting of'Stockholders. ladies, would "not go out I into bune. Clark. L,, D Floyd McClurkln Nlcklow. .A_1. . ;", .<

t"r to Fish Lake Saturday morning on the CRATES OF EGGPLANT GROWNON "gien'; the middle' of the street to sit down. 1>>1&n.Mlaa Padr tt. Berry ','. ills
Notice is hereby that the Annual PLENTY ';
MORE TO Maud Patrick W W V4
Sugar Belt train, and spent the day FOUR ACRES. Meeting of Stockholders of the The publicity' it against it. In this SUPPLY Q.uldlnc. M.... Porter, B W .= ',' '': }

1 ;, In various pastimes enjoying a genuine I I connection it may be recalled that sev- DEMAND Llisle Pr.-.t.r, Miss Bur- ". ''
I Osceola Telephone Company will beheld Eighty-four Orahm. 1
carloads cattle Tony the
of have .
's t feast at noon, which had been prepared at the office of the Company in eral years'ago the V.i I. S. put seats been ranger Mlaa Lula. Price N P f>'u

fc ", in advance by members of theparty. Just pne year ago C. E.: Smith came in these little parks, but the tourists, shipped from Kissimmee the last Jacobe.. Willie $Scarlett FrankPp. \''
Dfl. fevi
t ., I" the City of Kissimmee, Osceola County three months Bradentown Hllveren. Albert ,
:Y : ., ; to this section from Nebraska and for whom they were put there, never Journal. Jewur M J Steven MlM B- j"
,iriHtae State of Florida, on Monday, Huffman. R B rah
;;j t ; Miss Lillian Prentis was the hostess was not a farmer as the' word is interpreted the 10th day of November 1913 at I sat in them. The seats proved to be THE REDISTRICTING Math! O W Smith, Dave aoI

.... of this picnic and Mrs.-- J. W. Prentis in this part of the world. .nuisance, and were finally hauledoff CONTROVERSYP. More Mra. Mattle Washington Him -
; 12 o'clock noon of said'cia)' for the M"" *>r T ; .i. chaperoned the folks for Mr. Smith bought ands in this the Eara '
young the countynear purpose of electing a Board of DI- to junk reap. A. Vans Agnew, the well known ,
outing. Games, and boat rides C. H. Funk, and started in raisIng B. B. SIMPSON, ,;r ;
-
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were lawyer and
w
2nd. At trouble and land,
great developer
rectors and for the transaction of such expense of Kissim-
t .
f Postmaster. '
enjoyed; while,some of the truck of various kinds.A .
; party tried these 'little have has 1-t
1nflI
3 other business as may legally come before pretty parks been suggested a solution for alleged .

( t to partake coax members of of the finny tribe to few days ago Mr. Smith began the meeting, including the' consideration brought to their present effectiveness, defects of the congressional. redistricting TELLS LIFE IN PLAY; J

y the tempting bait offered, shipping egg plant from a four-acre of official reports and the and the city is keeping them mowedat bill. Henry Austin Adams Episcopal ,
but once
without any great tract and the of the four
yield
success. acres,
minimum of The members
In the party Miss approval and ratification of all actionsof a expense because of of the congressional rector, then. Catholic lecturer, I.I is
were Lillian Pren conservatively estimated, will'be 3,000 the Board of Directors since the the' minimum of obstructions on them. communities of the various districts I back-to he I
tis coming New York whence
Kathleen ,
Bearden, Laura crates. this' is the' first ,
Thomas Considering last Annual Meeting of the Stock- This society has always had to exert should meet at the earliest possible I eloped 10 dramaof I,
Mattie_Belle Harris, Helen Bass, Ethel attempt of Mr. Smith to grow truck itself tb lawns date, he believes I years ago, bringing a i
keep.the free from issue
holders of the Company.E. as a call for an his life with
Gilbert two The play,
Ethel Lee women.
,, Violet the four-
Bullock yield of plant from this
egg obstructions is consistent with election, and then
G. VANS AGNEW, as their allow the matter to called the "Bird "
?, Mildred Winn, Muriel Prentis, Mrs. J. acre tract proves the oft repeated con- be Cage, is now runningin
,
it 44-3t ---> Secretary. beauty. At first there was a sugges- taken to the courts in a
.& 'Vf,,Prentis and Messrs, Cecil Prent s tention of the Valley Gazette that it friendly Providence, R. I., and is'dei ribed
suit
4. ., tion to cut them up with flower! beds, The courts would soon rendera
,{ as being far' bolder than'the ,

t Boy ,Prentis Ralph Bearden. does hot take farmerto sex problem
an experienced *
? I EDISON TALKING PICTURES next was with walks and decision. Then the
,
THE lastly it authorities will .
G The party returned on the evening make good in this part of the state. has been suggested to clutter them know what action to take. .plays recently suppressed by the .
train. up police here. It is the of bride
i Taking the of story a ,
price
I present eggplant with 20 immovable Just to
make
The Edison Talking Pictures will "Immov- a case, the
congressional who fled her
husband their wedding
which is : little the seas on
I a beyond be seen here for the first time at the able 11" no way of under them! committees might construe the
'LA YMEN' average because the day and ran off with another man. ,>!
MEETING shipments
1 early Pastime. Theater Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. Grass would straggle up around them law so as to call an election 'from the
meet the the late Something like this situation, reversed,
6 I competition crop Though the wonder of the accomplishment giving a ridiculous impression of 20, four new districts, while the
; last in secretary Adams it his ,life
Our meeting being the first ,northern states, and the revenue says, own marriage,
: of
of the. pictures' not to be belittled men needing a hair-cut. And further state might take a different
view '
,
3 r 1 to be held In the Pastime Theater was ,from this four acres of Osceola county story.-Exchange. I ,
their chief value appears to be wherever was a seat, would be a litterof
.well attended 'land ,'
our numbers were swelled would reach a sum as large aa .
the enhancement of the torn Of .
1 not
enjoymentof paper. course people shouldnot
greatly,;;and a deep and spiritual produced on many four hundred acre
the average audience that to throw trash around but .
interest goes "it is a <<
jnanifested. Brother M u phyJ farms in states further north. I, '
moving pictures,' which will condition, not a theory that :
see possibly confrontsus. ." ,
will lead the services, But this .
+ next Sunday aft egg plant is only r ,
crop )ne i
7 be without. It'fa i rather "
as great The
/ 'J.
? fterooon at 3:80: subject, "God's Prom- of four possible crop. to be producedin means The condition Dixie Theater ,
J the they present of preserving is that we have a ._ ,
&.., and it is hoped that many will a twelve-month on Florida'soil. \
,Jnmt of I things that would otherwise inevitably good thing (in the little parks just as '
aome scripture l
up passage I perish. There is no limit to the possibilities they are,_ and that seats wotjjd"bring .
i telling! of promises made by our Master SO THOUGHTFUL ..' .. .,
of their historic instead
value. ""His- disfigurement of improvement
.
.
{ and their. ,fulfillment. Wife-What time'did you get homelast Change of Program Daily
.tory can through them be made/ living One Member of the K. C C- L.
and
+ All i men boys are cordially In- night? thing to generations that succeed"" /
;' t vited.;. Come out and make this Husband '
help -Eleven thirty!, .. '. '
us for the personality of history makers UNDESIRABLE and
t
the; best meetfnJr'held' thus far,.add' Wife-I sat up ,until 12. : :
can be.preserved and the and ..
men
"Are
they desirable "
t ,' :. 1 i5;with andaadrtanci Husband-Yea.. tenants ... ,
encourage... . ,,your' presence. . I sat on' the front women of today appear before the men "Dear til
me, no. They're nice
.... ' .J steps until you retired,. so, as not;to and'women'.of tomorrow ,as real and but they've got four children people" Every pay a* Feature Day 4 IJI'
Detroit
f t. (1/// W.10: ES.PreaJ disturb :you.-Kansa* City Star?: 1 1s ljI Vital C t,. Free Press., -' "

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FRIDAY; OCTOBER __
24. 1i13 tl
: THE KISSIMMEE:" : .. .
THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY VALLEY GAZETTE .
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GAZE
TTE J. M. Lee .,
and Miss Vivian ] P" "* *I* PA'GE 7. "
Telephone No. 1L Lee open* Marvel : .
last Flour
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I Saturday at new spring wheat .
BartoW p row .
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the
Published ) -. of Mrs. Tom Wilson. guests duct, at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf ,
and
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Every Friday ; daughter., ... ,
By Mr. W: H. BroW with 0' ,' ,.,..
w. tt. JtAKKUI, and Mrs W. B, "Crawford Grlfftng Broth., ,
rived ar era, the tree people. '.
--""" home Thursday evening from 40-tf
. .... . w yr-v-Tf .. two weeks' visit to state In. the north a Blue birds "for luck," belt, bar, and ..
yry hat pins, vanity cases, .'coin 'Tis Distinction
Please ,
bear purses in
in Dress
Weather Report.Followingareth.d bargain in .men's mind women's you and can chil get hand bags etc., at The Woman's Shop. "" .:, , :, )

:: Are '8 shoesatl'H.JUw8on'avt; .441t If it's the best tombs : 0 I

I, 11y terauperatores .' You sho'uld l least, 'tnoney you'relooklngf d
4, and see the new line of bar J. Sumner has It. White ;
precipitation pins stick
K u pin., cuff buttons; pocket your order.
reported by the
Government i books, hand bags, at ,F.
II.
!II. Lawson's.W. .
i station at Eissimmee for the ; .The. Jacksonville: ,

: ; ;. week Ending October 2.1, 1913. ; II, Anderson, one of the live resented In, Kissimmee by H.
.
Jj., mfehthat !I. briDging'
Max. Mln. Rain prominence Loughman into who is regarded as one of

Frfjd.ySunday ....._u... 86 55 .. here' Wednesday., was a business visitor newspaper hustlers that I
,
Saturday ,,_, '85 61 _... I subscription in Florida... I.
i 'S/; ., I / 'r.,,_, 84 The Pastime Theater has (
64 .... been! en J. C, Ledbetter of I
'II Y 1 J/Monday >,.._, 71 61 ,71 tertaining Ita'patrons' with vaudeville among 'progressive 1
Osceola
,a j ; Tuesday'' ...? 66 '46 ....., early this week., The pictures run business visitors 'in the : '
have ;
J y..., 74 46 also been pleasing. Mr. Ledbetter : ; ;
Thursday' f came, to t :;:
I ,._, ,.06 :
79
66 A.. R. Cox night and is
of Loughman making 1 '
district : :
: or : \ ,I ;
1 the Hillsboro. 1
ganizer Wood me" ,,or the -Tampa
.ooooooo.ooo..o World ,
was (
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--- in the city this week : ; ; ;
--- attending to the Dr., E. Derbyshire, who ; '
; MIII inn business interests of that. order; ; ) ;
Kissimmee
-I MMjj -. couple of years \; : "
Rev; Father Fox of Orlando Indiana, has decided -to ',\ I : ; : : :
will '
y THE LOCAL .! come D'ora, and ; I
FIELD. Jo Kissimmee Saturday, Oct. 25. accompanied : : ,'
Devotions. and confessions-in ter, leave today'for that ,; '
t at 7:30: and Mass evening DeJbyahire'will: follow : ; :
Sunday ,
morning at ; ; : ;
J 8,o'clock. ,Mr. E. L..,, \ : ; /
j J. A. Blackwel) of Ash ton Lesley, one of ,
Thursday In the city. spent Col Sheppard, the genial represents, rnee'a staunch and substantial : : : ," 0 \ , '
; ; :
j Live of' the Wilson-Toomer and chairman of the board , : : : i
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FertilizeS r : \
Heinz{ Pickles, all varieties, at R. Co., of Jacksonville, was,, In the city commissioners for Osceola : :; I ;;\ ; \
1 Floyd's. Tuesday 0 among Orlando's welcome : ;
43t.l looking after buslne8l' mat $ '
ters 'for, 'his_ company, terday.-Orlando Sentinel. :
.
" Blankets and .
outings
at :The Wo- '
I man's Shop. . 44 u, I Every man who I is Interested in .the Mrs. H. A. Munn adtwo' :
continued prosperity and advancementof arrived Friday from
-..,1, Regular meeting of the Board; of Klsnimmee should attend the meet and will spend the winter
Trade will be held Monday. night. ing of""the Board of Trade next Mon. pleasures of Kissimmee's :

i Marvel Flour, new spring wheat pro day night. the Mr.holidavR.Munn.will. arrive some I lev
I
,duct at Ri:: S. Floyd's. 43-tf Mrs. E. A. Russell who resides at - ---- -

.. Clarence Alderman, of 319 Main, has as guest for the winter Business of extreme
Bassenger, her mother Mrs. Phoebe M. be considered at the : : ::
was in the city Wednesday.; Ackerman, < :
"I : who arrived here last Friday from Board of Trade Monday, : :
Marvel Flour, new'spring wheat product New York. among which will be the
at R S. Flo d's. 43-tf of entertainment that will be I
Mr. and Mrs. B. Iluppel l will leave for our visitors during the
I Born, to Mr. and .Mrs. J. Emory today for Kisslmmee, where.Mr. Hup- winter.C. 0
Rush, on Tuesday, the 21st, a son. pel will manage Mr. S. J. Sligh's large I
new packing house this season.-Orlando . O. McLaughlin,
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Heinz. Pickles, ,all varieties, at R. SFloyd'e. Sentinel. Armour Fertilizer Co., is I \
43tf weeK looking alter his
:' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Makinson left Miss Mary Jefferson, matron of the Mr. McLaughlin makes his
/i Saturday for orphanage of Charleston, S. C., and Sanford, and stands pat on '' ; :
Baltimore
to be gOne
daughter of
"':. several daye.Furnished . Mrs. D. Breaker: 'left for ment that he'lives in the : ,
her home in Charleston Sunday_ night, gressive city In' Florida.C. <
Rooms for Rent; For after.a pleasant visit in this! .city. ]

I 4';' Sale and For lent cards at the Gazette W. Bartlett, of Grimes, Okla., has D. Carroll and O. C.

office 10 cents each. 43-tf ,arrived !in the city and paid .the Val owners of a large turpentine

'A. A. Tano and Lawrence Tress ley Gazette a pleasant call Saturday arcoossee, were in the city ; ;
'" They stated that the market
made a short trip to Daytona this Mr. Bartlett has purchased property '
was shade better
a the last ''
week. here to become a permanent residentof :
Kissimmee. and expected the 60 cent

Miss Lee.Wilson, of Bartow, was the be reached in a short time,
guest early this week of the Misses E. Patterson arrived in the city last
Vivian\ and Mildred Lee. Friday evening from .Grimes, Okla., Earl Lupfer went to I
day night in his
and has purchased property in the car for.the
Eight good mules, wagons and.harness city and expects to remain here permanently brinrintr a professional nurse :;
for sale at a bargain. L. H. Ingram. i attend Mrs. J. E. Rush. Mr. :
> jj, 40-tf L I I and the nurse arrived in the '
G. F. Kribbs returned Friday even- ;' Tuesday .morning.. :
H. E. Swabey paid his usual visitOrlando ing.of last week from Pennsylvania, :!

".'".( to"";{the" 'jig% !0.'" O.'.,F-\-, lodge. ;',1n' where he had been called the week previ2 -I I i(ii"; Work is progressing; a'd;
'i'"A'n' '
.1.ast ck'1. ''J"'-A'Kf '' '< : i it attend' the' funeral'sof-', ',on .the' Graystone;; casino,'' the;' : i

Mllle'JVivian Lee, Mildred Lee, iWilaon brot.herTht. -L>wallalhpving'reached 1 t1 :; J j p :
-went to Tampa'Wednesday. for II ,T W Ij [r Mrs'dThurman? the1 ?: ::{ : : ({ { ; :
\ patrons of the Dixie Theater that it will be thrown open .
'a day's sightseeing
have been well pleased with the fine public before the holidays, !

C. H. Allen was among the representative run' of pictures shown during the past nothing but the best class of ; ,
Kissimmee people who visited w ek. Especially good was the "Di tions will be booked. ('
Tampa this week. vine Healer," shown last ..Saturday '
night. Friends.of R. T.. Butler will
Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan has been teaching 'to learn that the operation l
in the first grade of the Osceola Miss Gladys Short, sails is teaching underwent at Orlando was '
High school this week. In' the Kissimmee '.school, was called and that he is now able to be : '
home this week on account of the' after confinement of two

Judge S. D. Decker, of St. -Cloud, death of her father, Alfred Short, had an attack of what he
was in the city a snort while Thursdayon which_occurred on Saturday.-Tallahassee was neuralgia in his jaw,
his way to Jacksonville. True Democrat veloped that an abscess had :

the jaw bone, which
R. D. Fail-man and wife, of Atlanta,
Miss Medora Russell has been quit operation to give relief. :
ill this week, bpt It, is. expected that Ga., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
she will recover In 'a short time. J. T. Burkhalter on Brack street, and Dr., H..H. Funk,.who came '
will remain In the city during the spring' and purchased the old
Mrs. G. C. Livingston left Tuesday winter months. Mr. Fail-man was for orange grove' from C H. Funk :

for Kansas City, Mo., for an extended 17 years a member of the Atlanta Fire the early summer returned to !:
visit. She was accompanied to Jacksonville .I Department, and is also a talented in the Buckeye state, :
- by Mr. Livingston. musician. affaln'Jast week accompanied : :
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RAGE 8. ThE, KISSIMMEE_ VA'LLEY'CAZ'ETTE

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WE WANT A GOOD ACENT ,,,1 KHMWraHaMffiHiKWWKWWHY! 'i ixYiYT i t'JI5IiftYt'hY! IW't tFl'$$$ ,

ID Kissimmee And vicinity. A hustler can make good money representing PRESIDENT AND Tha
I, ( the oldest and most modern: Monumental Works in Florida. ':Write us for

our. most attractive proposition. . NAVAL SECRETARY

. .. .THE CLARK. MONUMENT. CO., Jacksonville, Fla. _43-4tpd nTh
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HOLD CONFERENCE_ !! I ng
FOR RENT.
CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING
KISSI.MME.i: orJ,
I FOR RENT'-One eight-room house, DISCUSS FLOATING DEFENCES 1 I
1 on.paved street,' $22.50 per month. nAti

_.. One )house with 4 large rooms, Ave .. ,. ..,....., .'
A - -- line 'THREATENED WAR IN MEXICO .. I --<- -- -- ---: -- '
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five Cents Per closets, located In Pinedale, pretty: I. etlMr
_ /. Each Insertion:. I IL surroundings, cheap at $8 per' MATERIALLY CHANGES SEND Mrro
....e.. .._,__-............. month. We also have some lands' TIMENT CONGRESS: I .. ..-..',
FOR SALE. f (or rent, gne place inside city limits I \ elk
l .. with extra'rich soil. Nelson. Realty i ,. 1
-i- :_'FOR SALE-Furnishings. and lease company ,U.it.: Washington, D. .C., Oct 20. The : oIak
of small hotel at the Gateway of I recent conference between 'President ;
Florida. One block from Union De FOR RENT-One 9-room dwelling, Wilson, Secretary'' Daniels and chdr. ill favored in America' ai
{ pot at Jacksonville. Golden; opportunity. large verandas, 2-story,. bath. One. men of the Congressional/ Committeeson BECAUSE it is the most city car

iI : Aci quickly Reason, other Si-room( cottage., Both close in. G. Appropriations and Naval Affairs m to health i climate and fertility of soil. \ Yif
; business: Address, I J\I! man Hotel< ,. F. Paiker. 43-2t. 'Is confidently\ expected to lead to re ,

'py a d' i 'Jacksonville, Fla, 43-2tpd FOR RENT-Comfortable bed room, believe suits highlY.gratifying that our navy' should to those hold who a ; BECAUSE it has a citizenry the.equal of any on earth 4xx \!\ to

saddle horse. Ap centrally located.. Large porch. 5 and hospitality. / xx n
FOR SALE-Hay: leading place among floating defences.A for intelligence morality
i. b1
22tf Brack St. J. W. Prentls. 42-tf ,
Vane .
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to E. G. Agnew. recommendation of three: battleships
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'I Jo'QR'SALE OR EXCHANGE:: will FOR RENT-A 7-room residence, and 4 proportionate number of ; BECAUSE;: it has public school facilities unsurpassed WetPo

r --"':sell\ my farm of 10 "acre, '3 room modern conveniences, on Main St. tropedo boat destroyets' and sub [students graduating'Osceola High 'School enter I
house 7 acres cleared and fenced, Mrs. Summers, COS Penfield, Sooth marines (is hoped for. With tie addition hetano
'... 2 acres, fine )'oungtrove/ just cominginto' Kissimmee. 38-tf of three first class battleships any University in America without examination.]'
the United States will\ 'have chanceto
.+ 'house bearing and lot, in.or:town.will trade'\V. N it..Jones for. a, ,' FOR. RENT OR SALE-Two-story' .take its place next to Great a Britain I BECAUSE it has the best paved streets and more ty Las a.nos.
storet>uilding on Brack St., ,North
t : in naval fighting strength, passing
'Loughman, Fla. 44-lf Kissimmee. H. C.' Stanford 29-tf' ;' miles of sidewalk than other city its 1
t, .- r----- Germany which takes second place x! ; cement any .
:,. FOR QUICK SALE-Two-storyelght-l\ j DWELLINGS for rent, opply .to M. when the United States drops to third.It .
room house, ....Suitable for boarding'j, Tiller. "is recalled that in the estimate of size in the South.

.' house, large peaches on three. sides, ; FOR RENT-Unfurnished, $1'' per government expenditures the framers i BECAUSE it. is making more permanent. and substantial HiHi reA
; ""'"located on paved street, concrete week. 616 Penfield avenue. 44tf": of-the new tariff bill calculated on ,
1 .- -sidewalks,city water, soweral young $148,000,000 for naval --construction. x public and private_ improvements than any H. her
citrus fruit trees in yard. Fiver I VOCAL STUDIO,203 Broadway, room Whatever the total amount of the' ann Brim
blocks from passenger depot. Pos- I 3. voi correctly placed and deg" nual appropriation, it Is intended' to ss! city twice its size i in the state.
session at once. CoodLreason veloped. Italian method. Mrs tierrington devote it, far possible to the
given so as )
'F for selling. Pri efor house furnished II will see thqse'wishing to increase of our navy afloat, .concentrating BECAUSE its people display more genuine hospitality I 1r

d complete $2,600. Big bar- study 'on :Mondays and Thursdays, on battleships so as to provide and than other
love
t. ; gain. See us. qfiick./ II. M.Breaker I'' 7 to 8 p. m. Voices triad free. 44-4t squadrons of four vessels corresponding !fi brotherly any people any herI

I : '& Co. -_ 41.if FOR SALE-Motor boat, 30x8M, 15 I in.speed and fighting ability. where else on the face of the earth. ifiI Bai

of land and a i in. draft, 12 h: p. engine; at a bar- Secretary Daniels has always beena
FOR SALE-Five acres BECAUSE it is the cleanest and in
most orderly
four-room. house in Pinedale. Will I gain. See Saunders at this office. tf two-battleship advocate, and nothinghas !fi city tot

.give bargain to 'sell quick. Address .. i ...- - -- ---- - - -'-' the subject.happened President to change Wilson his views is alsoa on the state of Florida. '. I Sufrh

.' : Box 174: Kissimmee, Fla.: MEMBERS LOOKINGTO believer in an adequate Navy, and
i 1l-tfpd4t I, BECAUSE all of its people display a civic pride that in
will in all l probability accept the IfiSfi
.FOR SALE-40 acres all in cultivation. WINTER SESSIONContinued recommendations of Secretary Daniels, I !i is rarely found to exist. tin
:t ;. Mature grove in fine state of which should be in favor of three bat !x Ifi
r !. bearing; will pay 15% this year on 1----- -- -- tleships because of the failure of the I I!f; BECAUSE every ..citizen knows! he lives In the best city 1

\ Nf entire investment, besides the field ( from page 5)) last Congress to carry out the two- ala
earth and never fails to let that fact be known
t crops; convenient to two R. R.: sta- free and unrestricted competitionamong battleship theory. x on

,\ _tions, good roads, good buildings. themselves, or amt: purchaser The threatened war with Mexico when the occasion offers: I tat wa
Suitable for a fine winter home or lor consumer, in the sale or transportation has materially changed the sentiment
; i permanent residence. For further of any article, either in pooling, in Congress toward the Navy and the I BECAUSE life here is one continual existence off wbth..

particulars address, Merchant,. care | withholding from the market, or Belling Army. It may have influenced to a HiI
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i Valley Gazette. Kissimmee, Fla. I at a fixed price, or in any other certain degree the President and his ; peace, prosperity and happiness.. po
.43-tf manner by which the. price might. be advisers. No longer\ is heard the talk I' -
affected." that came from administration sourcesshortly I.. THAT'S asgr
? FOR SALE-20 acres half cleared nice I j The New Jersey law provides that after President_Wilson enter : .. 1
young grove, good fences, fair house, when shall ,. ab.Ch
| an incorporated company ed the-White House of'deductions in (
some fine crops now growing; a living i be found guilty of the violation of any expense 6t maintaining the Army 'and "
already provided. A bargain at I,of the provisions of the law defining Navy. Congress and the country were I : .
., $1,200, terms reasonable. J. II. Halley :a trust the offense shall be deemed to given a striking object lesson in the WHY KISSIMMEE Hiifi althl

'I Loughman, Fla. 43-tf i be also that of the individual directors.It nearness of the approach of war. Just I J j : . .
further provides that the charterof at the time when peace advocates were '
WILL SELL my store, building and
i stock. of general merchandise, everything the offending corporation may ,be asking where would a war with the
new and up-to-date,'doing revoked in appropriate proceedings United States come from the countrywas I

fine business my; attention.but other Merchant interests, care require by The the attorney President general has repeatedly of the state said i I became"forced apparent into 'a that position hostilities where! with it i, .. ... ..... ...... '-- -<- ," 0..... .. ............., I

that he has no quarrel with business Mexico could scarcely be avoided: The I
1 Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla. 43tf;
; i ,', j ji I,success, and has always added: "But danger has not passed.. There is stilla ., "
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i, ?, 1' STRAWBERRY., PLANTS,,"for sale.: all,oft us ought/ ,to;'have;an;irreconcili"K' possibility that',.the, United States'will'be''forcedtoseend' , . .';. HOTEL MANHATTAN ,\ ,:I' rtei,*j, ,\\
'Klondyke i..i >vsrtety'i$2,25rier: + 1004. i.-HMgr MnUKH' withbusiness'_n. I'o. uu M. JmoMIMb.':' lawless- uKn.AAHnesa ' ; ' il, rmy.1.Ofpaclficat I /. ,I \ ; ;,i''" I'' ''j4Ji tC. B. Poe, Pro o\\" .. ROLL BASS,MARKET \ \'
Finocehlaro, cornetSproule'Ave'n!: red ."Jgj'CorpprationaldojnotwrongJ on nto lox co lie result I Across from Af C LV Station .1 1 I Iifi
'Iiand! street. t'"ppo rte. new packing divlduals do wrong,"... s one of'the has' >'b'een"hhat the opposition toTadj' j I o' ... .. ' .. '*; fe- : \ '," Frah Mesb of All Kinds ..

house. ..432tpdI I favorite expressions of the. chief executive. equate appropriations for ,the Navy: j .,
and Army has} greatly weakened. Any H.. C. STANFORD COMPANY ;
I HAVE 107 acres of first class j
i v .land, o'n. hard road, and unimproved Recently there has been a remarkable I attempt to reduce the strength of the :Y Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, CLARK & MEIKLEJON Hiifi
demand among the democratic Army will be voted down, and it is ;n Furnishings and Notions Real Estate .
within of mile of I
I three-quarters a leaders h. Congress for copies of the predicted that at least a two-battle- --t \ !ifiifi t
city limits of Kissimmee, that I wilt ., ;-
"seven sisters" acts, which constitutethe 1 ship will be adopted in the i
program
P let some one have at a real bar- !Ii .
!I anti-trust ,,legislation In.the state Houfe by a" safe majority. Over in DUTTON-HARRIS CO. "
Will sell all L. Larry
', .f : gain. or part. of New Jersey during" the term. of of; the 'Senate there fs considerable sup- Yt SHOES WATERS & CARSON GROCERY
; Fla. 424t'.c .
Pope, Loughman
fice of Governor Wilson. The word '
: : po>'t developed to a three-battleship b 106 Broadway COMPANY
\ has gone out thae they are; to be the program, and if two battleships are ,
MISCELLANEOUS. basis for the anti-trust legislation the authorized by the House it is apt to -ifi- ---fi--- .
I 1 President will recommend in his message be increased to three in the Senate. . KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. .' .
z SCIENTIFIC and vocal culture, piano, The doctrine that "guilt i*/ t ... theory harmony. By graduate sonal" is the basis of the "Seven sis of a government arnfor plate J. E. Rush, Manager. ---I '
1. Victoria of Music '
College
i" ; European !Ii I .
ters." Daniels _. Hudson and
is to Studebaker
plant, Secretary apt recommend $ Automobile
'r '.... methods. Apply Dutton-IIarris Shoe !ti. .
i the,;building of two battle .' \. .
Store.
.'... .,. .. I'i" 41-5tpd :.";- :":":" -+Jlm J-;+)?:":--:--:":--:-<"" ships in the government yards. H. M. BREAKER .' i '-Hfi! ;- .' !Ii
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1 .' 'LOST-."-On Monday night, a pockets, ..\ 101; I.OOKINH FOR A y i.i; Secretary Daniels recently confer ifiifi Track Farms, Orange Grores and City NELSON REALTY COMPANY y; r
t : *. book containing about 900. Finder t. S..JCT.UIUfE'. : red with Senator Tillman, chairman of Property. 117 Yt B'wtj Y;
r please leave at Gazette office and .1 A 10-room house, -closets, pan the Senate Naval Committee. Senator No. 9 Darlington AtenneD. .
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f ''"' get reward. 36-tf tries, S baths hot and cold water. Tillman would not outline his I
'J: .electric light, screened back '
r' oWn' views further thap to say that F. H. LAWSON ; -$- '
beautiful
. i F LIST your property for sale with : porches front verandas i
ifiifi! .
he believed the United States should "
,
I 'i walls plastered and tinted. .Store
Nelson ,
'Cash
i. ( . It.a1ty3C. 33-tf I, woodwork' mission finish. This build big ships providing! docking facilities 10 Broadway ,. D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE. .

s .. FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY We : house can be used as rooming were adequate to care for them. ifiifi! AGENCY .j..!.
have demands for a few good sub- ': house, for private family or renton : Secretary Daniels will confer with the -Ifi- .
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good ,street. Ask Mrs. Summers ;
'
stantial loans on desirable real i representatives' the Carnegie, Bethlehem I
es : about It. ifi! ifi
a M. : '
.r TAYLOR .. .:
tate where the security is and Midvale .Steel companies. .
unquestionable :i: A Broom house modern yardof elf! '
and When the information Up-to-date Cash Grocery HUNTER'LAND
at advantageous rates beautiful shade and shrubbery Secretary sought CO.
of interest. Anyone with idle money l located on brick street. from the companies on the cost ifi Broadway aid Midland :I I
A 6-room house on Mabbette Real EsUttifi
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will do well to consult us. Nelson street lot tQOxHt%. flowing well. of armor plate theirl) representativeswould *; BT:;- I> ,' \
Realty Company. 44-tf "00.00 cash and 11500 of r month. give the data only on condition !Ii .. ... I,

,y*#LH| WANTED-Good. horse. lot A 60x140(-room and house 20 on acres good real street orange that it be, held in confidence. Mr. fi W. fi. MAKINSON CO. I'';x I
; Want to par land. 4 miles from nice lit- Daniels declined to 'receive it conditionally W.G.HANKINSAdding a' :
.cha gentle hors? for farming and tle town, for IZ.EOO. !It. Hardware, Cutlery, Beat Supplies 1'Ii!
he'desired to lay' the information
as
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t .w driving, weight about 1100 or more, cloiiets A 7room'tlouse., china cabinet., nice plastered porch-. before President Wilson and fiIfi! and Macbiues r. . Machines and Typewriters !l Ii I
;, ;: not over 8 )ears old Leave "#' ,J'J es, .corner lot on good street t . _!Ii I IIi
$500 00 cash, easy terms on balanCe Congress. -!Ifi- .
at Nelson .. !
s : Realty Co., office B. I I
.. The Secretary has given the armor !
r. '. New. ma. 44-Upd on A good Erroom street house a decided lot lE6xl47K bargain.: : men'until Tuesday, October. 14, at 10 A. S. GILBERT DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE .:'II' ;

only 11,00000. a. m., to submit supplemental bids, fifi:I; Dry Goods, Shoe and Notion I' Dry Goods Clothing,Sboea" ,, FnrnlahlsurriOc rt i

.'. .1-- Ask Mr. Summers with the direction that the Department No. 45, Cor. ,Mala, and Park. SL., ) Store f J
i 80S, Penneld near Clyde. will consider only competitive bids ata Ififi I' f !
x H+ . *. ':v .. SEE ME 1, o ooO O'O..ooo.o.o.oio.o. reduced price, The Secretary emphasized ifi ;

V*' the point that ,in allowingthe J. W. PREMTIS
xI KISSIMMEE .
ififi LUMBER CO. .
I r-: 'Jfl* '.' ,'_ ''. .If. you want to rent presentation of supplemental.bids Wholesale Pianos, OraTaDdar; MacUsMCSewing }tl'l.
) and RetailPkone .
J .: '} Sprig 'Fleming the Department is considering the Importance fi '.. : .... .
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'r. Room Dwelling Mtcklne
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} of. proceeding immediatelywith 21 ." '..
;r ;- .1)4)' Room"..Cottage <.. .CLEANING the construction of BattleshipNo. fifi !
..Desirable Office 39. Contracts Jtave'already been ; jl. ,.
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I .'.,, on PRESSING let,for the structural ,steel and,other fifi MACH BROTHERS! Ps... 113 'HUNGER. ! LAND COMPANY ', .

r' Ir. f.>BroadwayE. DYEING.. material'for: this ship, and ,a ''further t fifi Livery, Feed aad'S Je SubJ.s! Oral Center. Ph. '. JjE 'C
: E. Well REPAIRING delay In obtaining th.armoz: "should, fifi Heavy Hauling Breaer .,
and '
Drayiic
W. W. R.tldesit i
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frt. ;FtaalEatata'; and. insurance Lsa.e word n mj house sad'clothes; taken'at this time in{ no way binds the :f!: \ .# t- t% fRfiaa '
I .:*;o ". %2O3 Bro. Ir q'' ffuni'z 7.2 will h. erM>a lor sod rfturoeii.Satisfaction Department ,in the construction of q r,.. 4

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Apoftka Items- came and to this city from Fvrt Christmas. I de held I ._. PAS. n '''1.
located with his family, campj'Hall the Held and con: .- -..! . .
ducted ... .
The proposition to' operations in a creditable: man ...'... .. o
vote to Issue \ v aoa o .
ner, and .as these' ,
1600,000 .F.
in operations .
The new bakery at Stewart' bonds to build roads in at present '
market t carry with.them .
Orange a deal "
e i now. completed arid the county, which the commission great of
first
Uklntas
ere!! have activity to hold up that of '
submitted part the
/ made last to be
The. Saturday Nov. 11,-seen* to voted upon farm is quite arduous. The ham-
r meet with
Rackl.y-r..ld.nce-I-lIownea. universal
kng completion and will aproval here-as we have'not heard mocks being new ground are hard to The :
soon be a work'and'1atJ.to- .
ready '
do '
'' single expression as well :as they SeasonIS
Hunting
1 or occupancy, sition. against the propo Will after a few years; cultivation. .
J. D. Henderson of Falrvilla Everyone seems enthusiastic a
wai for the brick roads Ed. FueJLls off on another cow-hunt.'
n Apopka last Saturday and unless there .
and
attend. Is ing ..
the fourth quite a different feeling in the expedition. His son, George, who I
I.r quarterly remainder had
meeting of
ethodl.i the of the bfcen with a fishing crew joined
,
F. church.: county, the proposition him
li. Mr. and Mrs W. E. Brown will carryb an overwhelming vote. 'Saturday, night.'Mrs.. Fuell 'ison' ,
; who have Nothing a visit to her'mother In
magnificent home builds up any community' Polk coup' NEAR .
.J here .
;
; on Orange much :ty. Ed's cattle
I as good roads and market is Lakeland .
.Jteet, returned spend the | Orange county lI ''or . ,
fter winter I proposes to stand In'the front rank Bartow and his trip carries him ,
an
extensive visit to their I' near his I
old
along witlf mother-In-law' house
in the other leading where
ome Massachusetts' of the state in counties .he will make his headquarters.Rex h
Some of our fruit establishing good roads .
growertliave beannaldng to every part of the county. has recently received a' letter

1t 1f rap *fUlt.I some I ,small shipments, of Our suggestion offered In last week's/ from the family of G. W. Simmonsof

t I !. Tolton ( letter concerning the planting of trop. Christmas stating'that the old gen . '"..
cashier I
of the State ical tleman .
died
trees alone the tree Oct. 10. Wfr. Simmons:
n of Apopka'' made a business trip I streets has struck a responsive line' In chord our had been ,suffering for several years Come ,, '
0cala
To
to >
I (nday. last Friday' and returned i iMessrs. I here ,and our rounciimen are now planning from .paralysis In' his legs and was Us, For Your Hunting Supplies

I. ft. Jackson I to have all the dead trees replaced unable to stand on his feet unaided.

I and Harry,I with cabbage palms, bamboo His children had purchased a chair, ,
Yetherington
tried their luck in,Laica and of,! er tropical growth, which will which gtood on wheels and'hjs only .
I pOpka one day last week and return- give our town mode of locomotion was in We of the
one
a much more tropical wheeling carry most
sd with a fine I' complete lines oft
string of fish, among' appearance to,the new comer when he the chair. He' has a number .of relatives .
hem .
I one weighing nine pounds and" arrives In our midst. Nothing could in this county who may '

i [another eleven. There is no finer be done that Would have a more pleas otherwise hear of his death in some SHOT GUNS RIFLES AMMUNITION .
lace for a day's fishing than on the! ing effect than that. time. He was a veteran of the 'war ,. ,

i lbssom 1 of Lake Apopka. I r between the states, having served i in HUNTING
McCoy Brothers KNIVES
to whom the
Miss Ethel contract COATS
Partln has the -AXES
accepted a Contederate'anny, and was draw ,
to ,
I position as typo in the Apopka News.( open the .Apopka and Rock .1 ing a pension: 'for said service at his ,

I office. Springs the'contract road was on awarded, have givenup death. His son, George, and daughter, AND ALL KINDS' OF HUNTER'S

The fourth: quarterly meetingjorthe, they could the ground that Mattie, were living with, him at the , t '
not procure ;
year was held at the Methodist the necessary I time and had faithfully
:church cared for him SUPPLIES
:labor at $1.50 ___
per day to do the work
bert last
? Friday and during his weakened condition. _
Saturday
Rev. in the .
time' \
specified. Their bid being 4 i
Bridges, the presiding elder, being. $495 to complete the work. In,, all Mr., Frank Vans Agnew and.a. To be **
found
resent and conducting the friend returning, from in the
meeting. probability the contract will now be Okeechobee in county. Call and see for yourself.
Rev., T. M. Byars filled the pulpit awarded to E._E. White, who was,the a launch ran aground near the mainland -.
at Fairvilla:last Sunday for the pastor next lowest'bidder at $693.i .. l ly and .dame to the house for help; I / i
Rev. G.;; D Reeves, who preached the boys went out and piloted them
here in the forenoon. -- i j i There'! is talk of another double the bad -
over places and
I store .they, went on -
Rev. E. Lee Smith, pastor of the1Baptist house'bcing erected on Central 1 their way-rejoicing. ,
avenue in the near future This
would
church here )
has been called prove a good investment Mrs. J. Tumblin and Ed Fuell were ,
to the pastorate of the Baptist churcht ;
Umatilla The last proposition to build visitors Wednesday on business with OSCEOLA
and preached there last a hotel your correspondent.A HARDWARE CO.KI ,
Sunday. Mr-. Smith,ihas avhost of here s cms to have /met the fate :
friends,here and all wish him success of all i other propositions that have beef killing on Friday furnished FLORIDA

in, this new field which he has added been discussed here recently ''end ware e the household with, some fine beef. i

to his_work. Of course he will continue still without the much needed ho Tomatoes, potatoes and beans, the tJo ;
as pastor of the church here: tell The American Realty Company, main plantation crops, are doing fairly oo o o o o o oot.o4oo..o..o. .. ... .. ,

Mr. W. E. Jacoby of Toledo, Ohio, of Apopka, now proposes to give a well, but needing rain to develop them. -

-spent several days here during the very desirable site to any ono who will The Patriarch's favorite launch, Low 'and the third Jack Game.. Mr.:

past week. lie is interested in establishing come and erect a hotel of not less than Ruby, which had been rented for a High asked Jack CSHM aT W is.I rFRui-rst. Birch Mount
a'canning factory here and I 20 rooms and furnish, and equip it short period to some fishermen has had and he TCfttsT: WV "#&

was looking over the territory to see ready fo ruse. This is indeed a liberal been returned and now with the two my counting only showed nine, and 1 s

what the prospects were for growing offer and will no doubt be accepted by launches at headquarters (a large and men who will give and take such lies i .HERB TEA

the vegetables here for canning pur some one 'at; an early date. a small one) we can go about at pleas- as that need looking after. VEGETABLES.

poses. He went away delighted and ARGUS ure.The The fowldom plantation does not as S. H. & E.JL FRdST- Imported from.Bohemia, the '
said he would) return in a short time cattle are still in good order,the yet show up to the best advantage, wonderful herb compound

and take the matter up with our truck drought not injuring the range.to any and our Democratic' rooster is still Commission Merchants. Est world has ever known, for '

growers and see) what could: be done II Cobb'sMainland II'II'The considerable extent. finding fault with President Wilson 1865. Shipping material free. treatment of Asthma,'Hay
and thinks that Captain Johnson Bronchitis
# along that line. Captain ''Johnson still has more or 319 Washington St.. Cor. Jay St. ,Coughs,Colds:!
tMr.! C., P. Partin has gone to Fort less trouble at the mouth of the'canal, should! be up sent there to take his New York. La Grippe, Whooping Cough '

:Christmas on a business trip looking Patriarch made an overland but with a perseverance worthy of place. '- 40-4tnd severe cases of Kidney,

after his cattle and farming interests trip to your city, starting on Friday: emulation in other things he clears, Mrs. Seaver is enjoying fair health" troublres.
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that he has there. lie just recentlyooooooootooooooo.ooooooo and retrurningrcn/ the Tuesday follow out a way and continues to navio-at.' : but with good water, splendid cook,
His -- i plenty to eat and drink and a healthy
ing. return
trip, to
gave us understand
that It'the locomotive can not yet be locality, there is no good reason for
all
things were as they heard, a saw mill on the old Citrus
Drawdy
anyone being anything but healthyat and
-- should be in city I
,
your Remainingover
place in mind of what will be if.ever this location. The question to:

Highest Prices Paid Wade and Lanier night, the at gentleman the residence that married of the word does come through.. i wfio eat '.the goat has not yet as been Ornamental Trees i ,

his We continue to receive a supply of answered REX I
daughter, Maud, he reported
FORCrossT'ies those oranges which are very nearly the
two interesting little children
of theirs! as being in rosy health and size of the average full' .grown-orange 4440.440440, Oo 44444444. Hedge. Shrubs and. Flowers .'
and the lemons,are numerous.enoughto 00 .,
all doing well. : Maud is strictly loyaltojcountry -
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keepourimorning; dramlin circula-i + : UNION' CENTER Oo ; I
as yell as friends,. and sent: ,1 tion '"*' & M" ? '.",{ .f .', Twenty-five dallars expended on
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f.. <;fhw: '." ,' -o- ornamental trees, shrubs I'
and
Prices delivered'Tampa'7x9x8H Rex somezivaruable,,literaturetconcernj'IngtheTom .. : 4400444444444444444As will .,
Heart''Pine '" 6 c, Watson controversy} .We I a ajttt! low for WA't.NV!,!. .,;'" ,\I enhance the value of a small lot from Bohemia and has been !
7x8x8'tt Heart Pine '48c have f fttya recognized the Irr. pre -I II fishing,' but He'"understand rthatTasfa ?: our former'correspondent; Lloyd one 'hundred'dollars in the spaceof dorsed by Pope Leo XIII[ the i

6x8x8 Heart Pine - 43c sible Tom as a'man brilliant. men- i I j general .rule the fishermen are doing L. Harvey, has,been employed at the I twelve months. Come, let us poser of Austria' and many
j
Liberal inspection and prompt re I tat endowments but rather disposed I 1 moderately well. St. Cloud Tribune: the ladies have decided -j, consult-together' -help beautify our nent physicians, l besides
turns. to be rash in his public denouncen,ents We discovered three men the other. to give a few items from this I city. and add to our property values.' the highest awards, gold m Via.'e

Ship us your ties. of men and political measures. We ''day which it would be advisable to I community !t H. -some of which are' reproduced [
were at one time in his congrestt'onnl !.net the sheriff. They had Li their hands Dr. II. 11, Funk and wife of Bev I Edmund Swabey, Agt. on the cans-and honorary'

American Tie & Timber CO. district and voted for his.opponent, not jwhat appeared to be postal card 'erly, Ohio, have returned to their win I! Residence 9 Orlando Ave.' mae Rome from Vienna Expositions held in

TAMPA FLORIDA believing that the time! was ripo to-I' Hough to suspect them of robbing ter home to attend to the gathering P. 0, B.. 625 and Liege, in, Florence, n
put Into practice his antedated the some postoffice. They apparently in-' and shipping of their: fruit. They are ] recognition
42-2t I I t reduced themselves I Florida. great curative qualities.
ones. I approachedone delimited with I
s one of the few.articles that is ,
During Mr. Cobb's absence his aid as Mr. High the second as Mr.
OOOoOOOOO OO Mr Walter Barber and family of i I from alcohol], narcotics and
-.. .-. Lanette,.Ala., have come to spend the !fifiliYjlili! ! !Ii!Ii YIifififififi;! ! If it does not do all that is

winter in Florida for the benefit ofhis .. for it, your money will be I

health. BIRCH' ,
i 1 MOUNTAIN,
Mrs. J. K. Milliard spent a few daysin BufI"Jo N. Y. U S.'A.
I have]|J'a: few .
Klssimmee visiting her daughter, '
Sold by Kisslmmea.:Drag C*. ,1Q
c Mrs. H. C. Lightsey, mew, to brawl .

DO Yquy WANT You will,all want to come to 'theschol I I, choice sections \ of r

( house October 31st to the Halloween -
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social under the .
'. given auspices -

i... .. .' of the Ladies' Aid society. The : land for sale at'' the M. '
G, Weaver
Fruit : Pasture witches and the ghosts will be. in evi ,, .
.. .' ,: : : to .
. .' \* i dence. Any one desiring know Profunor of(,..
. . what the future has in store for them right price. '- For
.: .. will t te wise to visit the Gypsy fortuneteller ,FINE ARTS
Farming -GrazingTimber ,
who will be for the
.. employed Employing sew --h is '
.. evening. Coffee, sandwiches, cake and particulars apply o lag reHtI..rui.,, .lr.tc/dag '-.
Trucking > fruit will be served at the different :oil fainting. Teaching mUo i

. . booth cMt.ce.r.t peNINC';.. a n
" I Mrs. Masters returned from a Box 228, Kissim '-.Ielill'.' 10' .. .
1". ," week's visit with friends in Kissimmee. -

''r. ..,. . Rev. J. D. Wyandt of Lake Magdalene Studio at Park Hotel
.LANDS .
j ji t ,. ,:;" 'preached his farewell sermpn Sunday mee, Florida. Private lessons and class
i f 411 morning 'agd! evening to a. very
attentive andiiiasiA %
!
1
;. Have Them for Sale l in' Any Size Body >- horse-back party composed of Iii r.' 41-4t 1 ,

-- .. ;. Alonzo Hugbey and KiN .Bve1 yes !IifiYiYi! M'M'M' I l > H M **
wy .
.' From Ten Acres to One Hundred! . '7 Smith, Mr. Claude .Barber and Miss THE "

... : .. I Irene afternoon.Hilliard, went to St. Cloud Sunday r. "W. Thompson CRAYSTONE l [

Acres.
Thousand .
: Don't forget about the good time .
J. going to have at Halloween ifili AlL III rut
you are!
1 ,, A Letter Addressed ,to Me<
1I Mrs. C. H. Funk spent the day with *, Special by week or month. i r

I Full Description and Terms r' of .Sale. .1... Mrs. L.'. H. Cohoon at KUslmmee, Wed I- sadLICENSED '*, aV.TMUU.rne L L mm. ;

.-.. nesday.Rev. -I..t..t.i..i
EMBALMER
J. D. Wyandt was entertainedat ,
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the pleasant home of Mr.: and.Mrs. T- ;

i I D. G. MCKAY. H T.. /'.. Hughey Saturday'"and.; Sunday y' I tCF. Thrasher

'.' Wr.: and Mrs.-Ira.Wetherbee 1fO'.tol.akeltlagdalene Store and Chapel Stewart. ,Ave.FLORIDA.' .. |[. .
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S as delegates to attend c1a'DIlltsut.' : ' 1 SHEET METAL WO1tYF.RSled

.J' FLORIDA the general conference of the United ,CeiUags a Specially;,
: :KISSIMMEE, > -' ',- I Brethren church Advertising ..in the Valley_ Gasette .
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THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETtE t ,. -""' "' i
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_ oooooeea,4is LEWIS, O'BRYAN i6.. oooo AMERICANS SAY ill Orange_ Center j II i II i .Narcoossee, c II III how }. ,iIi",


ATTORNEY LAW CUBANS GIVING I ( '\
Gazette I ;)
Joseph Butler of" Kissfmmee, who ,f.., ;"",
We notice!. that some of our southern has been surveying for McLean & Car ill.'1'! '
------'SPEOI4LIZINQ"IN-.. ; -- 'THEM'. -SHORT END weeks returnee
papers-. are- bewailing'---extent-of. roll.4;>t lne-paaLlew .II
ABSTRACT northern emigration on the part of ; to Kissimmee! Thursday' -
some of our southern people. Theyare I ;Mr. Julian Montsdoca o>t. WhittHspenf !
I AND PROTEST TO THE STATE DEPT. yelping about. the Canadian boom j ;'Wednesday with,his home foil\ i '"

x4 TITLE WORK ---r-: taking BO many of our people. It here and returned ho\nll.\ .Thursda. ]

; ,., , ._ .I RESIDENT MENOCAL:" HAS PRACTICALLY j not fair tQ begrudge those who go morning.JH&ThosJJRowlandr; F
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STATK BANK'BL"OG- -- ---'-- - n. : CONFISCATED PROP' -- little--trip,- especially when., .we... ISi1__ : ; !! St. Clou!

. that they cannot derive much pleas made a busincss tripTjliere Satul'dl1. ....
e4e0eee0e04e444' 43 EUTY OF THE POINTS IM- from i It, and if it does the land, agents lie has the contract' to put an utJ r.1. : -, "--.

1'KOVEMISN'T COMPA.NY.' of the ,North any good to get a few dition on the house of !E. 1 D. Little. ......;
..; j'of our people temporarily,, why let Miss Elvu Underfill! of Whittier is
. THEManhattan. Washington, D. C., Oct,20.Cuburiaffairs '*. I 'e!!!. enjoy doing'it. The man who j Visiting relatives here.Rev. r '." -i I\.1.,1 . .I..........I.. .. .\ '. .p .,.......,v..rt.\....... ,.. ,I

are once more\! attracting attention 1 would, leave the South, and especiallyFlorida W. II. Ball, stationed!< at Kixsimmee -
i I in "Washington No )'l'ars for Canadian; woods and re :I (,conducted/ seivices 1 Sunday in ; thai 'I.boy; of your' .in the importance of starting 1

apt to pass without the shadow of II main there, deserves his fate if he St. Peters Episcopal .church.. Services INTEREST IfcVh; <0 selectleis' OWN [3ANK. show ,
:.11 Hotel America; intervention casting itself : is whole minded, 'li _ : -- T athwart the procession .of events' and mindedness that causes: him to preI I I heicufter." y him, .tvherein'I-hIIS BANK excel! in the. ,mailer of guaranteed I ,

+ Special Attention to this year is no exception;,though it"ls I fer that to this, we were better rid i i iif C. E. AHiKooil f, ao recently built and courledu' business. .Ircalment.V .

. the Traveling Public' always" "to lie borne'in mind that much him. '' ,f !> and opened a butcher. shop; lierej(: ': .,is. _.. safety, Superior wrv.cc ,, I .
. ;;- '"" of the intervention> talk proceeds from I' Hi. ij our, prediction that those who I doing a thriving business, ., '. ,
across the square from ,. quarters where the '\vish,,.is father to go up there wjll hurry back, for once | Mrs. ,Frank Denipr, of hunt City, is ,"
A. C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE r J mali of I here withrelatives him wIth ,,and I let UI also have a talk
t OS. the th ught. i a gets a taste our balmy cfcpcclod1 to stay a fortnight Bring you '
ii OS:' FLA. 5;: American contractors in Cuba, 01'1'I breezy,, summer; sunshiny( ,salubrious, I with' him.' It may mean the beginning of a
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: { -II :s.o..x 1'44 04M vi4' {w vC S 44s : who have taken contracts in Cuba, are t-utisfying climate, he 'will deter'' h'e J F. S. };Simpson and family* of Sapio, ,"'.
T bright care '
aroused now. over the fact that the I satisfied where for nine months of the Indiana, arrived here l last week. They financial "
1 Cuban government is alleged, to lie I year he has slush and snow and ice i have pitched their tent and arc-i'lcur- .. ,. .
giving them the worst of it. They and biting ivinds. I ing their '40-ucie tract near the old with this
IIHE I have protested to .the ;State Department .'Proverb. No one likes to 'do puglI I saw mill Their' car of Jifiusuhold \Vc hate na'ny customers( who lia\e grown up J

HOME BAKERY and d! good deal of trouble may ncsa with a grouch. '4 4W. goods and a /spun. of horses arrived bank under just such. conditions Their; standing in )the. . community -
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come out of it. G. Spence and wife. returned Fliday. ; ' J. ';

r ; ...t( Complaint] Iii matte that President home after' sojourning tonic. days:in The young people of the,Xuicobsscje ; )is proof .of,their abiding faith in. this institution. ,
f Menocal'of' ,Cuba has practically,confiscated j Lakeland, Barlow, Tarpon-Springs'? 'Duptilit-Sunday school will hold, ] a basket TI
Now the prop'ertyand annulled the and other pl* es, where Mr. Spence! i social, on the grounds at-J. C.Tison's I '
y f' 18 Broadway vast interests of' those who had invested i I has put in time at his trade of plas- on October Slsf,"Halloween, :
1 V -Located : money in ",the Ports 'Improvement I tering. I Everybody is especially invited Proceeds STATE] BANK OFKISSIMMEE
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5 : Company. This complaint is Mrs. Williams spent Monday in Of for the benefit of'the*new church.
.. i s,: at . loudest at( the very time when President lando. J. C. Tison is having his buildings 1 i I \ ] l
:' r :. Menocal is trying to obtain an Mr. Nethert'utt' saye he is very glad painted. 'D. E. Proper, the veteran
:: 'j I : ; additional loan of $15,000,000) for the, that he failed to go to Kansas City painter, Is doing the work. t .... ;..
ticIk; J. H. REED .. Prop. republic.) He convenedcongress in ex this fall. lie is glad to be. in Orange One of the mysteries of Narcoossee I 'Ii'1\v Capital 50000.00

". '. I traordinary session October ,,8, to authorize Center. is where are the seats for the i $130.000.00 '
l 30000.00 Depositor's Security
., this loan and reorganize the Mr. Elliot has bought all the ducks school house? Surplus,
1 s army. Menocal belongs to the conservative' he can find in Orange Center and will Marion Tindall 'made a'' business tripto I Officers'{ >+ and! Directors -:

; H party, which is said to be buy more. lie will .engage extensively Kissimmee Tuesday. C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Pre.t.
disorganized, while the liberals have' in duck culture. I
{ M. TILLER M. KATZ. 2nd! Vice Presl.
. a majority of the congress. The liberals -. Orange picking began this week at TAX NOTICE f, ROMA THOMAS.'Assistant Cashier
'Real Estate Agency. contend the actioq of the President Sand' Lake grove. A big yield of fine The Tax Books of Osceola County i
is unconstitutional and are threatening ,fruit is on.Orange. will be open 'for collection of taxes on ,
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mmm w m m % %m m m% mw to prevent any action by break- Center gardens are all looking November first. I am now ready to

I 1 Realty' boughtand Sold i tig a quorum. I fine after. the good rain of Saturday furnish estimates. A discount of 2r'c .
I "''t, Houses rented. I In a situation in which President I night.' will be allowed on all taxes during the :
I Menocal apparently will need all the Two or three thousand citrus trees month of Noveinber.All .
t"verified aid he" can get to float a loan, the American will be set out here this winter; ordersare I. licenses are now due and must be : .:-.:-:-.:...:--:-:-:+:- .. ..... +.....Xwx .. ) . .
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Fire, Life and Aticident In contractors, who are interestedin already in for half that many now. paid promptly.C. }.:
.. surance. the Ports Company are bent on :Mr. Ennis, of Streetor, Ills., with a L. BANDY, Tax Collector. 'f: GRAYST3NE: ::: :: : GARDENS):: : :::

J. Indemnity Bonds. making the most of their opportunity party of friends are in Orange. Center 43-7t !; Railroad Ave. and Dakon St., Kiuimmee, Fla.
, rl to bring about a settlement of their viewing the sights. t
I l ", cause. They insist that unless investors Oak Chapman'retW'ned to the Center When we installed a linotype we i! t.: Now have ready for setting out: .

are given Justice it will\ militate the first of the'week, after a trip were asked if we intended to publish ': Strawberry Plants" Eggplant Plants .
J : against the efforts of Menocal to get south. a daily ,newspaper A glance at our i\.I. Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plant

S.11.BUftOCK.I a loan. .-- pages.. this morning__ slioul. .i,answer the' j Tomato Plants
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I The Ports Improvement Companywas lef standing idle. Little of the equip- question. As advertising is our stock {I'[; And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants
t 1 organized about three years ago Ij ment owned and operated by the American in trade the. reader will be convinced : :i: that grow best in this country by 100 or 1000.. '.
REAL ESTATE to secure a concession to dredge various that we "small and few .
'r . firms could be moved becauseof are in a hill : Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt. .
**%**%* *%*%*mm*%* Important harbors) of the ,island Apalachicola Times. .
the approach of the hurricane sea y
1-- INSURANCE and building great.docks and seawalls.As .- son. It is nearly all idle in Cuban harbors "j' -
far back as 1873, the Spaniards today awaiting action Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett. ,
> some toward
Examination of Titles a conceived such a project, but millionsof settlement of JOHNSTON & GARRETt \ :
a the tangle and J C, L. HYATT
dollars L. W1NN DR. .
went to favored officials in in the hope the Government'here will Attorneys at Law. w.. Physician and r
i, Specialty. graft, and there was little public' im do'something to bring it about Offices 10,:U & 12 PHYSICIAN SurgeonPhones -
provement. The Ports Improvement Citizens ,Bank Bldg.,
1, Corresoondence Solicited. Company proposes to do the work on Kissimmee, Florida . .Office 2nd Floor Willson. Building.' Office, 197 Kissimmeefl
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LIVER :
: GETTING LAZY? RIi'IIDI".GI:' : PHONI. : KlWIMMEC. .
4 't Y } ---- -- -- -"- a systematic basis. It was organizedwith Orr/cs. ProNI: KI.UIUD ; : 248 ; : + ; ',... Florida
a capital of $100,000. Conces* LOUIS c. lU8IIIY': ; y% ,''S T ricruN... 6ow. 1'" "

"' lion was o tainedin,1911through; .,\ ,;,. :an >*" :M.ItJ." DON'T'STOPWORKINGTake .<> ,'' .,.,., .... Florid Late Counael R. If..(;om.foes..!. Crlmln'J 00".ot Court the r .r.rs.orsw w ca.wroanACNEW fl CJr SIMPSON
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C. W..GRIFFIN" act of Cuban congress signed by President ' r : '$9fpppM|| !'') ASSEY"&:iW'ARLOW, & CRAWM'OItD
Gomez, then head of the government Dodsoa's Liver Tone and Go if ' '' DENTIST? '
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,< The concession was approvedby About Your Business. It will ATTOaNEYSAND COUNSELLOR ATICtfKE}' -ATLAWO1ne.
1' : Staple l "and Fancy the State Liven Up Your AT4w Upstairs ID Kats Building.
: Liver
Department, after modi Without ..
; Practice all the Court .. .( CltWni *"
fications. of the Sut and o! M > lUnk flulMlnc OFFICJC HOURS: [ jouJ'v'ao12 *
The Ports Improvement Harm. the United State. also. bfoi the Florida RalloI'OIId : m,
Kissimmee Florida
i GROCERIESFree Company was then reorganized.with a Commlailon.Commlaiion.. and the In........ Crom= .rot .., Telephone No. 76 Jiin 6. Ivr.1)R. .
: capital of $10,000,000, and a bond issue A bilious attack or constipation can 11-14 CnALnTOM BUM. ORLAhyK .
't c of like amount was authorized. be relieved In a short while by a spoonful M 1 7rlANDREH H. D. GEIGER. W. W. CARSON
Contracts were let for' the work and of Dodson'a Liver Tone-the mild, :
JOHNSON DENTIS1
to all Parts
Delivery
stupendous preparations made. vegetable remedy that every druggist -
f r'I, of:the.City Under the concession, an import tax guarantees. ATTORNEY' AND COUNSELLOR AT Lw ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Cole's Jewelry'Store
R{ 1 i on all merchandise entering Cuban Just ask the Kissimmee Drug Co. Will Practical" all Courts Office State Bank Building Office Hours: 8-12, 1-$

,. t. 'I.. __ ports was imposed. Great American about Dodson's Liver Tone. They State and Federal I Klssimmee. Florida Office phone 168
contracting firms, including Snare & know that it is a harmless preparationthat Office adJoining' Broadway Residence"
; . .A. ;popular. . 'trystlngOur place" Triest.af! New York; Michael J Dady, starts' the liver without violence Citizen: Bank Kissimmee '.GEO..F. PARKER Gas administered for extraction of teeth

of Brooklyn; McArthur Bros. & Co.,ol f and puts you Ipto shape without interfering Pitt. -
H. S. GEIGER
New York; the Bowers Southern with your habits. This store MURRY S. KING AttorneytLaw. -Ly PHYSICIAN .

i Dredging Company, of Galveiton, suk ranurttM It t.-lie all that, and will ARCHITECT Collection, and Conveyancing Citizens Bank BuildinffKissimrnee AND DBOsMBJ ...
.. others got contracts and moved immense gire you your money back if you don't Orlando, .Florida. Specialties.* Florida
1 1l dredges and other contract find Dodson's Liver Tone Room 16
work
gives you 11 Broadway. Phones. : Office: 297 or 64
equipment to Cuban waters. They now quick, easy relief. Watkins Block 40-3mp .
Residence '
266,
tfl tflu 14-ljr
have a vast amount such equipment Dodson's Liver Tone is for both .. r
J lying idle in Cuba. Much work was grown-ups and children. 'It has' a I G J. F. KR1BBS::

l done, and today nearly half th6 great pleasant taste, and is safe and re F H. JENKINS i T.M. RIVERS M. D. ,
eight-mile concrete sea wall which liable. The price is 60 cents for a ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. .

was to inclose.... the harbor of Havana large bottle, and )"Our'liO cents back SURVEYOR Examination;:;of Titles a Specialy. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
completed. Millions of cubic yardsof to you'If you tell the Kissimmee Drug Notification and payment taxes of Office ovei' Osceola Pharmacy
mud and atone weret>taken from Co. that it hasn't been a benefit to you. Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. non-residents given careful pnnMlrq., I Residence 63 O

u tentltttlllllt.. .-. the nine_harbors which, under,the law, Don't take calomel and don't buy attention. office us'r
were to be dredged. imitations of Dodson's Liver Tone- _
meat .market because M The company is said to have been you may run into danger if you do. --(1 i
for paid $3,000,000 in that time; but to Buy Dodson's-the medicine that the .
e many.arrange their meets "
have expended $5,000,000. efforts Kissimmee Drug Co.
her! Many recommends,and .
were made to attack the conces guarantees., -Adv. 44-lt .
v4 sion. Jn the Courts, but the' supreme '
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f I court! of the island declared it constitutional A couple named Newton Lord and TO MAKE .., ,
repeatedly. "T version. of Jennie Helper were married sometime FARMING EASY '
WE"wbe!' pleased 1 to arranger the contractor, is that back of the attacks ago in Kentucky, and it is said the' "

e with you for t the best cuts stood large lighterage interests editor there got into serious* trouble ,

I f;N of,meat, either by phone or at. if which the harbors would be were put improved.out of business. ,I. with the the eompUmenatry bridegroom because notice of headed tne. ,' You, should have the proper tools ..". ..;

flr our counter. This is a rendezvous When Menocal became president *. wadding, MLord+HeIper."-Miami Me' S j

1'l for meat for those who at. fires' recognized the PorteQompany, tropolis. ... to work with. "Ross Graves ..
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but there was a strong popular outcry
t44 are particular about the kind against it because the import tax collected OOOOOOOo.OOOOtooOOOOOOOOO Hardware Store"
can
supply
.6. ,tteyeat proved to be greater than had you .
been calculated,"nd the Dann & Dann with '
.ice company was '
+ Il ., too prosp ro s. Suddenly, by.decree, everything you need in that\ .: ':\ ;:
,I V Z President Menocal declared the Ports Grocery Company line i.H ; ,
.' at rock bottom v; '
1'i .ROIL BASS' MARKET Improvement Company "non-existent" -101 Broadway .. prices.. : :... .
i , ,.. lowever; 'coJl tlon of the import tax : "" ;
: ..; goes on, and MenocaFs enemies charge "
t.;.:.:,... ORDIA BASS much of the proceeds are being used Operates the Cleanest Store Ross"Graves'Hardware

r .. '1_" ,.'.'','' H,,,00. .. ..'' for political. salaries. and Sell the Freshest Groceriesof Store
Manager. '
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:r ,.. : *."; ' I,1', ' ;1'I I. The 'decree, 'suddenly stopped the Any Howe in Kuslmmee. It' .

arbor_work, and vast equipment 9as. .J ,
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CTOBER 24, 1813.' raE KISSIMMEE. VALLEf GAZETTE PACE, 1Ii .

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_ _ c.e. fui4 A. .. SAITII TE ORACLE- TEStS PATENT AND lAoMPOHATION. ) -. a HTHUnUAN.. Klsslmmea. FI.r': :
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___ u1ICooreicned cUlaen. de.lrlntr tc) Ida, shares. i ,
__ ;::: :- .,..". form a aocl.1 dub 0" .oclety, ,not foiprofit I IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have)'
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-.u. and to bcon incorporated ai NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That hereunto set our .hands on this tbe'
(By WUiam Nott) such In the manner paIcrb.d by -Ihi underpinned intend to afcply to 'heOov.rnol' 16th day of October A. D. 1 51|.
Iawi of e..ld. ... ,
IaIe, In hat behalf t>r H. 'W THURMAN
And the-Orade! answered'and'.aidf po..and--.ub.cr-I. *h.Charter, ,wltl.. troth 'da" "Gf t34ovembeA.I.1533yorLETTICItIS the State of Florida on the '- -- -W. EC-MAK1NH4J&... _____-- -.---
____ the ArtUl* a* follow H. G. 8KIVER.K. '
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: "Ye have consulted me In minq great t. >.Sna71.of hJ corporation li'KUlnini tCEUA CONSTHuCTJON: "Icorporatlng.. bEVEL.OPINI UAV1IJ PORTER, -

wisdom and I will! giv... ye answersto Club," Ito location ) COMPANY .under the following IJ. H. THURMAN.
hall be In the City of Klestrnnee proposed Charter -Ariole.-f In-
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thine questions upon each of the County of Oec ola. M.te ofi"lerida, .nd corporatiun. a espy of which ha* been State of FLORIDA .. I

days of one moon until seven day the corporation ehall exist'perpetually. filed: IIIh.* <.lfftc of the Hecretajry of Couny of OSCEOLA)'' .

Z. The !general object of the corpo. State of the Stat of Florida. lie IT KNOWN. That before the
..' shall,have passed and y shall be satisfied ration shall be the promotion of .uclallnteroou undersigned Notary Public In and for ,

," .. amonir It*. member. with AKTICL.KB OF". INCORPORATION AND the 8tat of Florida' ; at Large, person -
, .all the right 1'0w..nd nrlvllerviKp --TH01HJ8KD CHARTER OK TMB08CROLA H. W. THURMAKWeE.- _
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'REMINGTONUMC On the first day following, the-Or- '"*4 by Chapter 4U8 if the L.awa CONSTRUCTION MAKI'JJHUN.: H. O. HK1VER, R. D.-KtR-
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Of FlorWa entitled "An Act n* to the DEVELOPING COMPANY.Th TER and U. :H THUKMAN. to me well
acle opened his mouth and his tongue Incorporation of Social Club. or BOP undersigned hereby associatethemselves known and known to me to be the In-

__ vw1 spake these words: "The only vision cl tle. not for pront." lncludln the together for the purpone of dividual described In and who subscribed ,
collect In K of money under the n.me of bebninlng Incorporated under. the lawso(4he their .name to the foregoing1t
- ; :that: v4tof thea.in,the.future is fart fee., dU... flnee. renta, aalea or olh..rwl.e. State of Florida I. ,!ritoposed t Charter and each: avcknowl.vdved .
Such ... may be prracrlbed In the ._ ARTICLE that he executed the same for the
$ CLUBSHOT
old
man childless and without of this corporation shall '
tJ by-law., to the- end solely of.promotlnn beT name purposes therein expressed.WITNESS .
Friends; setting alone In his bachelor Social lntrcour a. aforesaid and not the O8CEOLA CONSTRUCTION & my hand and official MaL
for or dividends. and. to ouch endlolaly. DEVKLOriNU COMPANY.. its principal at Klssimmee, In laid County and Stat >,
i HELLS tome; with a nigger cook." pront. the acquiring holding. Icaalnir.morttaKlnsr. office and place of business shall this the 11th day of October A D 111.. :
In Klsslmmee, In the County of Oe-
.., T be ELIZABETH JOhNSTON
llln N. P.
tranaferrlns andcon..ylnC' ( )
And the'next the Oracle of Florida and Its bualneas .4
c on day of Property, real and per- ceola and State ; conducted (Heal) Notary Public. State of FlorIda -
"The Shell again opened his mouth and lonal.a. or bu.lnessea.may be Commission expire Oct.
With a Nickname""V spake unto elaewhera In the State of Florida or In I

me these words i 'Ye are like untoa The corporation\ shall be managed other Htatcs and Countries through of. SOh1NSTON'.l' ]ARftETT.Attorney. \ ,
RE proud of the fact that have by a president vlce-preildent. "cret.ry--. nce branch, agencies or otherwise. for Incorporators.V .
\ gunnera .' tree which sprputs In .li8 middle of treasurer and five other member. who a. may be necessary. or convenient.
our black powder l loads. To i hall together constitute the Board of ARTICLE II. ID
around the 80 the road., While ye,are yet young, )'eare. Ulr..ctori. until the by-law duly adopted The general nature of the business, I THIS UKMOTU COUNTY! CIRCVITCULItT. ,
bear ... ,
counlty an them talk about .tlttlC.' C1HCUT -
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shall tranaacted the
.not noticed but ue shall may .otherwise provide; they or uunlnessea, to be by
'4.7he. Old Reliable Yellow Shells"feels good ye grow be frleUod<< annually on the.first Wed- aald Company Is .. follow: 0V K1.0HIUA.. IN I
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in stature and have many branches neaday In Kebruaryt- To acaulre.. by purchase or. otherwlae. CIIA Ea1'.
and l i.lacr.r.
!efing alep on the back. pncrlb. the Ulafla Of : own hold buy. sell, 'l'onv.y.xlh..nlf'! ", HOUKIIT ... PKAItCK Et Al. ) IE
."- # 111"the 1 black yc: shall become a,nuisance, and shall and may, by amendment. chang-e the lease, mortgaKe, dispose of.: trade ordeal ., \ S )P.rtUI..

shells premier powder .# be cut down while yet in the heightof date of the annual election. In real estate or other property, ".. S. PKAIlfH Kt Al. >
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v. ._ _-* *Cr over 50 ., subdivide,
.. year* 4. The member of the corporation x-rsonal or mlaed "Io survey In pursuance of a decree! of said Court
ma No. 2 t'nmer a1.n SflDpy larnition-eurel aDd thy glory. hall consist of the underslKncd and plat Improve and develop land for the .entered In said cause on the Ztnd day

qukk.r thsn )'Ou u.uaHy find ba black powder sheII. And again spake the Oracle'thualy: the associates arlrcted by tho under- purpones of sale or otherwl needful; and for to if September ItlS 'we. Albert E. Ben
all
things
do and perform
D. N. Barco Commissioner
alKnt'd at their ftfBt meeting after the nett. A. J. DoEler and
t I '' "Look not upon wine"when it'is red, approval of this Charter- and thereafter the development Improvement and appointed by the Court. will
nmubpboglw:.nolinaf 1MrIIrt, Remi't; : mnn Kement of same: for residence, November A. D.
s of
m maybe'electedsi maybe the Srd day
AoIo 1.1i..t cI..1er loa Ibia_aailF. H::"::' thsm. nor yet upon a woman whose hair is prescribed In the by-laws. The trade or t.u.ln.to undertaking carry On and tran entertain -" IH1S on .at Eleven.o'clock In the forenoon

like unto it, for as one is fiery so also member may be divided Into a. any business .commonly carriedon ; of said day at the Court House door.
Remin ton Arms-Union dartridge classes based such distinction aactlun or operation Arcadia In said State and
Metallic upon of
Co. many Inva'. In the City th
is the temper of the other and both a. may b. prescribed In the by- or undertaken by promoter, merchants, bounty. expose at public auction and! 'I

Brosdw.7 14 N ew'York stingeth as an adder." la.rh! votl''K, power shall be vested tori financier men, contractor and agents and In the ell to the highest bidder for cash the 1
Commission
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< In the ordinary members, each thereof businesses. Following described! property
And on the 4th day, thus spake the havlnir one vote,when present In person . to course draw of accept auch! business.endorse.or, acquire and Florida, to-wlt: Lots one, two lea
at the meeting and when absent transfer'ibler less a tract described as follow
- -- Oracle unto "Neither Shouldstye.tater .ell or own any negotiable or Tour ion
me:., rrom tha meeting each such voter may instruments and sureties Includ. to-wlt commencing at the southeast '

.. to the-delights of children, vote upon an amendment to the by-laws InK debentures, bonds. notes and bills corner. of- said lot 4, and running- west. ing
to the Charter by trauMnlttlnK to the north nun.
or construct.rnerate yard thence one
thlrty-nve
for as they grow old they are like unto meeting M.vote thereon In wrIting! duly .of vxthanKe"to. and; conduct- establish manufacturing Jred and forty yards, thence east thir

j 'a bird that cannot be kept in aage. Ivned.lIyT right to vote may be forfeited plants for the purpose of manufacturnn ty-five yards, thence south one hundred! g
those resident members whoare blocks of wood or any othermaterial yard. to place of beginning :o-
tnd forty
J. B. W G IHSIIBBHCE B ." Indebted to.th corporation or for paving I ; to> construct operate Iota five, eight nine, twelve thlrt.I. .....-. 4 the
; GJE11 GERO.l. caniethese cause are not !In good standing as maybe and ::, :rllw mills, shingle les* six acre off the north aids of said! - IS. :
... And again on the next day. prescribed l in the by-laws. mills i novelty works turpentine farms ota twelve and thirteen. previously soldi - ?

words from the lips of the Oracle I. The by-law shall) be adopted by and stllla, hotels;--electric lighting and to Dock Pearce-.lots fourteen fifteen. CUt,
: Soccetrar Artlmr the undersigned at the first meeting power plants, water works, ,exchangesand sixteen and seventeen; all of Martha A. 'bil.
to L Donei Agency' : "Cast not thy net into the sea held upon the approval oT this Charter system, tram ways, log roads, earce'r subdivision of lot one an*l' ., ran.cap..

: Room-No9' '"Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246 at large, for the fish that ye will catch by and the thereafter proposed may amendment be amended being.either post dredging. .* sewerage and draining plants plants and .nd systems sys.ems -; two two of of section section eight seventeen; and iota In township one *nd> .

I I are the motleyest of the motley." ed in the club room., after being recommended and to manufacture and deal In croas thirty-six south, of range thirty-threes were
by the Board of Directors, ties, lumber, paving materials, building east Also beginning at a point whereatltude / I for
And when next the great Oracle for the period of two weeks next prevloua materials and naval stores of all 1* ten chain, north andlongltud
Ire.
General Insurance DUllness the and most .
I' representing strongest to he spake unto me to the' meeting at which It l. kinds; to carry on the trade of general eleven hundred alxty-alx '-
deigned speak
adopted or by being presented at on. dealers In merchandise and supplies of chain east of the southwest corner of tt rsj '
liable eompane.. in this manner "Neither follow ye regular meeting and beingposted In all kinds on the co-operative planl to said lot one of aectlon eight and run :

lest the :club rooms from then until the next build, buy' aell equip' operate and own east IS.44 chain; 'thane south 7.15'Ihaln.1 tf ip.r,
W* will, continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegtn Agency the wanderings of a butterfly, regular meeting. The actual vote cast steam ships steam boats, sailing, powerboats : vessels ) thence north fifty-nine degree I unty
vote cast together with motor launches chains ,:
actual dredges 14.14
the dangers into which might be or the and ten minute west,
ye to
thout change-Your patronage is respectfully solicited. the written consent of thosa absent : .e'sn1not.hueh: and property trade commerce thence west S.87' chaIn., thence nortb I l.a...
led would be as the dangers of the shall manifest that two-third of the ba business, construct fifty-nine degree and ten minute west imaatioa
ordinary member favor the proposed!! or navigation. ; and to chain to place of beginning. Also
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ni walls piers.docks two (
forest at lfht. amendment. and operate canals, sea four five,' *lx, I
\ .nd terminals all lot one 'two three
And upon the last day these words This method of amending the bylaws wharves connection, warehouses with such business .even. eleven, twelve thirteen four- ,
In
may be amended in the manner real estate teen. seventeen, eighteen, nineteen and* rep.
unto from the lips of the : to conduct a general '
came me only Pearoa's subdivision '
hereinbefore prescribed, provided brokerage business, and to act .. twenty of Martha A. .1'' *
Oracle "Lovest not foolishly that In no event shall the by-law be and Attorney-ln-fact : of lots one and two of east hair '
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $$$ $ Y great : mended except and until conaent thereto Kent and broker or firms or corporations of the southwest quarter of section'twenty '-

lest that same love make a fool of be manifested by at least a majorityof for any person, In buying or persona, selling, pledging township thirty-six, south, ot .. nof'rw..7 -

I the ordinary mtmbers. real personal property thirty.three east. Also lots four,
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME thee. and dealing1, In or rang .
In nine ten. diver.twelve
provisions accessories; to engage five *lx. seven eight '
other
and Its
A. other interests prevent my living there. I offer for sale my .1 And further the Oracle hath said for Th the house convenience rule and guidance! of the ,general or. contracting for and houses buildnjr ., thirteen. fourteen.. ,APearce's fifteen subdivision and- Ii a.tje'
Martha
and half miles from Kiisimmee'and equistant nothing.NO the member may be adopted and of dwellings and business sixteen of and four, and]
lace on Fish Lake, four a amended, by the club or by officer! or paving vt streets and sidewalks construction of lot two. three
from St. Cloud. committees as prescribed! In the bylaw tit jetties and manufacturing southeast quarter ot the southwestquarter
materials needed for the con- of section thirty-three, township -

Thi property comprises over 20 acres of good land and has [ OPEN SEASON 6,*. Thin corporation, may subject. Itaelt of duct all,of such business u or businesses______; thirty-six couth, of r&ngeJiirt7-
[ FOR WILD DUCKS to Indebtedness or liability In theaggregate to pursue' any and da. other bus i t.dthlnga three east. Also the lonowing d-acrioed CA. .
1 feet on the lake front. Excellent fishing. not than Five Thousand and tu do any all other property In Osoeola County. Florida:
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Kreater '
The land is half fruit and balance muck. Ha. house almost I Despite the fact that the state Dollars (5ttOO.0O). and to exercise any and all The southwest quarter of the northeast "
necessaryor southeastQuarter
be half ot the
after the which may east
convenient the
new, story and a half. 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two wells, I game laws! provide for an open season anprcrval 7A soon and recording aa of thla Charter other/lowers expedient or convenient In connec-the quarter of the northwest quarter andthe 1'

ducks they are now protected the members shall conveneand lon therewith or In addition to south half of the southeast quart.r.Ie..on.
of these is flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildings, II on the undersigned heretofore sped aoutheast cornerof
(one adopt by-laws; and until the next business or businesses acre In the
federal statute. This and a cor. northeast -
chicken year around bey election the Officers and Board of Directors lIed which a natural person Abe southwest quarter of the .
barns and runs. I in the closing shall he as follows: .oration of this character may lawfullydo quarter reserved for o.m.t..ypu"- - '' .
Railroad through south end of lot measure was put through and to do any and all aectlon thirty-four .. '
County road and A. C. L. run President Harry .A. Hunter; and exercise; beforementioned pose*,-all In S
with Kisiimm.ee and St. hours of the last congress and even Vice-President R W. Melkleon; of the businesses or things township thlrty-flv south, of rangethirtythree
service\ combination.It .
|,with station adjoining. Telephone J: D. Clark; either alone or In cast. Dated this Sept.Ilrd.
and posted sportsmen for the most part Treasurer la the.Intention that all the objectsand --- : r..a ,
Price reasonable terms Secretary Frank -Vn. Agnew; 1111.
I Cloud. Tide to perfect. very clauses contained -
property and
Wit specified, DOZIER. ,
it. But become 'Arthur B. Donenan. powers A. 3 'T P.t.isrs- .
of they
:
may
f given if desired. Apply to J. W. Prentis Box 196. Kiisimmee, F!.. I are unaware Director Maklnaon. E. U Lesley, J. Wade In this paragraph shall In said except paragraph ALBERT BJ. BENETT.D. "
of it if Uncle expressed
,37tl painfully aware Tucker and P. A. Vans Aarnew where otherwise restricted N.BARCOo40.5t ;.
or
WHEREOF and In .... be no-wise limited Commissioner-
WITNESS .

$ !Ii $ $ $ $ !Ii! $ !f.$ $ $ !Ii !Ii $ $ $ fi' .Sam A gets law about digest enforcing.journal says it suddenly of the testimony to IN carry out of the the Intention purposes In and good object faith the by terms Inference other of any paragraph other or Jnferenc clause of this of Char-from this, IN CIRCUIT COtlilT. STATE OfrLOHIIIA. $ ml.Ja'and..,-

subscribe! our or any JUDICIAL ,
set forth we hereunto and powers SHVHNTH ,
= that the oolvcts t, th..
measure: names this the 8th day of October A. ten: but each of the clauses of thislaragraph CIHCU1T. OSCKOL.A COUNTY.IN .
In
"Hereafter it will be a crime to kill n. 1911. specified shall be regarded as Indeendent CllANCUBY.KATIH !cLty1a'
HARRT 'A. HUNTER .. It .
sot.
and powers., -WILLIAMS,,1.Complainant.
objects!
wild ducks anywhere the United R. W. MEIKLBJON > ARTICLE III. T. WILLIAMS, Defendant.It hospI.jsrth. -
CLARENCE
States.! Wild ducks are ,now classed as -. ARTHUR P. A. VANS B AGNEW DONE
:. VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES migratory by government t'in a . ,.' ,. ,,,"-'. JOHN W.' B HARRIS D CLARK 00000)shall DOLLARS be FIFTY, divided THOUSAND,into 'Fivelundred valueof cause the that bill CLARENCE filed In the T.above-stated WILLIAMS.. Is autopeeoa. -
the '
of par '" .
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and (Sou) shares named I* a nonresident -
fine of $100. MAKINSON therein I
and defendant '
enacted a IW. B. the <
law ;;> I 'J"' ONE!: HUNDRED ($10000) DOLLARS of Florida,, and t. .
) of the Btate
-: VIA" imprisonment'is: provided t' \ "NO"d. LEE Any part. or all of said capitalstock State of America ,
" ninety days' 'I'J' : ., . eath resident of the United ,
: in cash, or a \
.A.TXxAJsrrnro: : OO-AJST: : XJTSTIE:: : :. : ,,', ,{ for'the" violation'of the' law."" For',"a ,li"J". ' HARRY E'jL\LESLEV.. ..\ W. THURMAN" In property may be labor payable or services either by the, at incorporators a just- I it ,I*over therefore the age ordered of twenty-one that aid year nonresIdent ;', "-::' .,,. pre4Uemen- ,

fixed
been'an valuation ,to be and I. herebyrequired
be
there has agitationin defendant nem-
long time meetng -
at .
KISSIMMEE a
FROM or by the Directors to the bill of complaint -
: favor of federal letislatlon for the STATE OF FLORIDA" called for such purpose; and the filed to In appear said cause on or befor.ftnclay.th. | >,' I'

$9.85 Pensacola' fta., and return. Tickets on sate COUNTY OF OSCEOLA luda-ment of such Incorporators. or Dl-. >rd day of November,,A- ; att.ra .*-, -
protection of game fowl to prevent KNOWN. that before me, the ;fectora, as to the value of such proper.tV. '- allegations of
IT otherwise the lultman'I
BE!
V. D.tli
Oct 29th. U. C. shall. In the absence ;,
Limited authorized to services
Oct. 18-19-20th. their complete extermination., It has undersigned officer duly labor or conclusive upon the.toek.hold..r. said bill will beiaken, a* confessed bjr tedto'
of deed, peronally of fraud be
F 23.40 New'Orteans, la., and return. Ticket on sate been said that wild turkeys, wild geese take. acknowledgments appeared ARTHUR! B. DONE- . and all parties authorIze dealing aid It defendant.I* further ord..G that'thl* orderbe I _

OcL 111213th. Limited Oct 18th, exten- and some of the other wild fowl have JAN.foregoing one proposed of the Charter subscriber of the to KIs-the : rt.t"tom.'b.:: .The Issued: and paid published week once In a the week Kllmme for four Valley eon-- tog'.
.ecutlv
and *
upon
well known. such time or times la nt.d atat
Wild to me for at published
the country. Uolf Club. newspaper
allover slmmee Boardof Oasatte. a
the
November 8th. disappeared subscribedand and conditions aa -
sion to and acknowledged that he such terms and the aid County and State. Or
determine;
N. C. and return. Tickets<< on sale ducks have also become scarce. executed the same for the use Directors stock may may be Increased from This, October ...4. un scuased.for .
.
Asheville therein expressed capital OVER8'TJEI'BT.U4t
19.40 L.
bill 3.
and purposes stated.In Seal) -
put a the amount the
November 2nd. "So the government WITNESS WHEREOF. I have time to tine beyond Clerk Circuit CoortS.

Oct. 19-20-2f.22nd. Limited through congress as a rider of the hereunto IN set my hand and official ...alat manner provided by law Iv.: < J. DECKER. ;. Monday,'

-sale Od. Klialmmee, in the County of O.ceola ARTICLE perpetually Solicitor for Conrplalnant.NOTICR takeiz ,t,
Tickets on
exist
York and return. bill to prohibit of corporation shall
49.10 New sundry civil appropriation and State of Florida, this- 8th, day' The until dissolved acsodlng to me two
Limited November 10th. birds October. A. D. 1918. ) or APPLICATION FOR TAX,
of migratory OP
202122nd. the killing B. L. 8TTJTB! law D' accept.. '
I I Seal 5T4
( SM47TIOKI
ARTICLE V. UNDER -
Tickets on sale Oct.242526th which do not spend the entire Notary Public State of Florida. may DKKU sTATUTES Os countyeIs'
19.20 Mobile Ala. and return. those 12th Hay KIT. The Charter of this Corporation ,BT" GENERAL ,
I expire .p
commission rLOHlDA and'Iile'
but which move My be amended from time to time as provided TUB STATKOK ,
5th. Extension in one state pRTATFJ that atonler
Limited Nov. year by law now or hereafter enacted Notice 1* hereby given to
,
south to north in the spring. Since ) OF FLORIDA and have published due notice Rogers vnd M. A. Snyder, purchasers ofTax
November 30th. i COUNTY OF OSCEOLABE thereof; and have otherwise complied Certificate No. '71, dated! the Ire Board
the
sale the federal law has been passed IT KNOWN that before me. the with the Statute in such case made and day of JulyAD..- 111.; haa filed said- Ion pro.
Tickets on baa madx
Jenn. and return. to change duly authorized certificate In my office and
Nashville officer heproInk
32.15 states cannot anything undersigned Stat. to administer provided. ARTICLE VL application for tax deed to Issue In --'
of said ,
.Oct. 2 8-2 9th. Limited to November 5th. the law.. They cannot make duck under oath the law., personally: appeared ARTHUR 'rh. business of this Corporation.shall be .con.un. with following law Said, described o.rtUI..t.-property Van
well known provided, braces the appoin
to me otherwise
duck B.) DONEQAN til .
Information or reservations call on hunting legal. From now on who. being duly sworn upon oath says ducted by a President a 1st Vice President situated In Oaceola- County.vurciKncv Florida ale,

For KlssimmeeA. ; crime even though 1 of the subscriber to the a *d Vic President a Secretaryand towltiLot Block0'!
GILBERT Ticket Agent huntfiig-will be a that he on. Board of Directors. number Nineteen (1t of splay'them
and
w. C. of thai KIs- a
G. Kirkland, D. P. A, in the foregoing propo.ed charter a Treasurer; threeI IIS) of the Townof 'J
oJ, have invested a do>Hai and that It I. hI. consisting of not less than TWo-Hundred-flfteen ( '
A. Club
W. Fritot, D. P, Tarn_ you almraee Uolf and the Intention of the other ( ) nor more than seven (7) members; St. Cloud, Florida. The Bald lot bo- "
Intention oc Sm
Jacksonville. hunter's license. out in number of Directors to be fixed by Ingassessed at the date of Issuance
to carry
the
thereto
of 'UN
subscribers by-laws, from certificate In the name gates,
and object stock-holders.. In the such
the the bJt
\ faith purposes certificate
days good The same person! C may KNOWN. Unless laid b.betu
will 'spend !lree forth therein. time to time. tax Seed
A woman et Th* follow redeemed according to law
offlocs.ing be
.
DONEOAN.Subscribed more
ARTHUR E. hold two or .t
because she expects ,a before named persons shall b. theo officersto will Issue thereon on th*. 17th day accept-
. cleaning up and sworn to 111$. intednArthu
D.
business of the Company November A
the caller arrives this 8th day of October. conduct the officIal seal
and the roomennt me who shall be elected Witness ,roy-hand and
caller the officers
until .
A. D. 1913. Florida this 14thr-
of said City
the womapwill begin telling her (Seal) B. L. 8TU'TE.Notary at the first shall election be qualified'H. of officers: at day Klssimmee of October, A. *1., t.... jon.. ,

how dirty and upset everything is and 3 commission Public State expires at large.11 May. III?. Company. W THURMAN, President; (Ct. Ct.) J.Clerk L. OVBR8TRKET Circuit Court II abeconfron
My Vice President; Seal
1st )
of 41.5t W, 11. MAKINSON. <
Florida.
of Fancy ask her to-excuse the appearance H. (I. BEIVBR, Secretary; 41-4t '. Oaceola County abe
mat

Big Crops the place. NOTICE] Of FOIl APPLICATION CIIAHTKB.TO APPLY and, 1C the I). I'OHTKR.following Treasurer Directors:; AM OHPlfrANCBReejsilriB waitlzed.

H. W. THURMAN. ; .,
.; Klealauae City
All !> !
*;
NOTICE) OF ADMINISTRATOR. TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Notice Vf. B. MAKINSON. t* b-*> Meissled. memengon

Fruit . COURT F.r OF Final COUNTV DI.ee.IN JUDGE r STATEOK I I. her"bY'f rlven to by apply the understated to the Honorable H.11. r()I.. I'ORTBK.SKIVER B* It 0....... by the C_.... .f'Kls. -'

.. FLORIDA. OSCEOLA COUNTY. of W. Perkins, Judge of th b. H. THURMAN. simm-e tItP' about
..... James meeting of the stock from and after thepassage '
-- That
I annual S.ctlon'l. -
H. vey. Judicial Tbe
.
Seventh
Oe r
the
!. re K.t te Circuit Court of the second. Tuesdaylit of this Ordinance Mon
approval
In and shall be on and
holders
Send for our new ed' -. to all .bom Circuit of the State of Florida. beginning owner of any dog found isde
by Iv n. the 10th day ol the owner or
)
Notice I. h r, day for Osceola County on alaro ,1.Chat which meetlnicthe without rausale 1stKtsslmme
'thrt on the 0th DeLand. Florida with the running at large
Book It may concern. 1 .haU November. A. D. ItlS, at bon Shall be elected and th.ornc.r. City .h.lI. upon conviction, nap
1515. Directors
A. IV ap.r.1Y said Court may
the
Citrus of. D.cemb.r. Wherever shall be "
Free T1. M. Murphy, or incorporation not of the Corporation be fined not "o StouedV itnexta
theHonorabil the
date for .. the
to ef Prob&ts. tar ald namedthe by. the Directors aa soon Bee. 1. Any dog upon -
elected
be
a. Judge< ; social club to .
.aid Court. of a Immediately, !
of Admlnl.tratrlsof for profit the Block-holders' an.ting ., City shall
ae CLUB of Kl.- practicable! after ------a th* halo
dUchara
GOLF
entitled my flnal KI8SIMMEB def, the marshal and the-
Ivey. d.ce.- i.lmPou) by
H.
: which
of nual mee
'
George
the e tate of time I willcreient almin e, FlorIda. the purpose ARTICLE VII. or owners oun.... of ame. Ifthe au
same owner
ed; and that at the mY final aoooantj Is to promote, social! intercourse Charter among, SaId Corporation shall adopt an appropriate owner or owner cannot be located. makIii.
to said Court of ald e.tat and Its member under a proposed office of the aval. and hall adopt by-lawe It shall be the ,duty of the marshal t*> .
Fruitfulness : the
: In
Admlnl.tratrlx file tora .
.. which! Is now on of Its affair notInconilitent after keeping maine .
.
and for .t..lte !government kill the dog .
tor ...
iPProraL In
Court i ;
their Circuit g
I ...k tor DELLA'lVElT. Clerk of th* with He Article of Incorporation period of two days ,
'kind quantity and mode of Admlnl.tralrls.NOTICEI said Oaceola! County. said subscriber I and the Laws of the State of Head a first and second tlme't.y unanimous -. Jf'I; 'aaC
of the
information as to ST-lmoCmopd_ WITNESS the name be amend. In open session
full A. D. which by-law may consent and passed ..d ,
Florida
It October
gives of of
::4 OK ADMINISTRATOR *' this 'th day ed or repealed by the Board of Director of the Council this tha'!ta day ..

{'application off FlMlDlacharae.IN 1"18, HARRT A. HUNTER .. may be provided in-said. by-laws, Oct.. *a D.'lSl 7th day of October.: A- -fT 11
F.r ARTICLE Approved this '
VANS AGNEW '. ''1!'
Fertilizers OP"'couNTY JJTDQK09CKOI.A P.WB.A. HARRIS The highest amounnt of Indebtedness D. "". JAMEfl". LTIXT Mayor. '
TMB COURT which thle Corporation .
to
Fall liability
TATB CLARK or
D.
; COUNTY. JOHN time subject 1t..If.ball 'jV EMORT RUSH.
can at any .
with of F" RIDA.i. R. W. UEIKLKJON. THOUSAND (1100.- President Pzot..J. --
'
nothing to compare I ie ONE! HUNDRED Attest U-'t

I.: For profitable' field results there.is .-... EI.tat. .t WllU.. iI.'C........ I-Bt ,00. v), J>OloLARB.ARTICLJD IX -- R. GILBERT,. Clerk. .

Ideal Methods to all whom NOTICE. and reeldencee of the
and Notice !. hereby slY.II. The ..am.
Fertilizers th. Sib day Clf Inoorporatora, together PILLS ,. .j'"h
Ideal that oa the subscribing"
: aecounta to
requirements and let ;ns quote, you. It January.man conc.rn.A. D. .,a. t shall apply Clf to All persons: owing with' the number of hara of the authorised CtilCHESTER". .EAIC.
WriU us your .MurphY. Judse noUfted to capital took* subscribed for ,_../N.
the Honor&bI.TIL for New York Store are' pay ....._I.Aetor- j m.- .
Probat. .
a. lodge Clf each are a* follow: ' -a'- -..___.--.--
.ald Court. .dmlnl.t..tClrof undersigned o-wner tor Flor- ... sd se.aS emat ...
FERTILIZER CO. anal dlchar as tame only to the :H. W. THURMAN. XjMlmm J i'.. is ..
aca.
TOOMER my Vllllara a Chandler"d.c..ed __. mlH tnta '
'WILSON & the e.tat. of time I for same. -, Flor- e4a *w Vvjr irm
at the aame and get his receipt W.1"MAKINSON.. Klaaimmee. ae lirU5OflBTWaGu1STSWJrWOl
that .
and
: *,<*> FLA. ao- :1.
JACKSONVILLE, to aald Court my Jnal A. ROSENBERG, Ida.' 19 shares . - .... r
will present i T Admlnlatratolr of aald ...tat.and H. 0. SEIVER. KUlmme Florida .. ..-..5casese.Ai..-
Co.l count. a. their : Proprietor New York Store, ehares; ( ..
Grocery MEfOf'1-
Waters& Carson &*k for 110 Florida. ) '
KUalmraee., .
Local Agent, Dated .. ii. 25 igia 42-41 R.' D. poRTER. ,
Fla. Sept. ,
W. W.. CHANDLER. '
.. ,,., ."" "t' 14-1 mo I. mo AdSlnlatrator .....'

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t ..i' .. For Sale at a .Bargain-THE GRAYSTONE HOTEL Also the INN ANNEX Gravstonc. ,

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A cottage of 7 rooms, all conveniences.
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1C' ,?' A 12-room house on the lake front < ; All or any of these will be sold 21% '
*, the home of II. W. Thurman in maple t Jz cash, 25% each 3 notes 6, 12 and 18
months,
i grove pq lake front. with lot. 300 feet and notes may be extended:
-;(; aquare bounded by Tosseil avenue;To- indefinitely' :
s 4 .t:. hopekalica avenue Dakin street and For further information and price.
1 ; inquire
-'' Magnoya avenue. Improvements of owner at the Gral.tone
" model barn-2 box stalls, one extra atall HoteL.Muet be teen to beTh appreelat'
LA ,',. for horse, 5 cow stalls, feed room and ed. 'Sri}'
f7"" hay mow..Small eorrall for mules. s owner will sell the above at h.
;n' ,,"-JJ:;} Pineapples' (shedded) with about 500 wants to give his "tlre..ttentloa to
;J ... ::11\\ '" plants which will bear the coming developing' Thurman City, the new and '
,..", year; banana' grove now in bearing; Iota beautiful! city now laid out In 50 foot
.-- peach avacado pear papaua trees and wide avenues and park
S mango pears,grape fruit, orange. trees Inquire quick aa 'inquiries are al- r
and other kinds of fruits. ready In for IIOme.of the above "proper.
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f; > I, 3i} acres irrigated truck patch .. ties' which. will be sold this,year,
i on;which 4 of vegetables arid J'
S crops tone Inquire of
t of hay Was raised the HARRY W TIIURMAN
y i' ti crop ( past year. -
1 .' Four acre of'pasture;,also 52 build. Owner ()f

1 " I I'c.,';'I lag lot. on..lake. fronts, THE GRAYSTONEKUaimmee

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