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 31, 1913
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00618
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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,, There is one line and that line Is man in
drawn straight and broad and strong If there Is a Kissimmee who '
that a negro must'never cipss in the Imagines for one minute that the
South and expect to live a peacefullife .- Board of Trade' does not keep :fully
thereafter. That line has no awake to all things that tand to advancement
,' name, but everybody, white.-black red of Klasimmee;,that idea '
-or_,yellow, know where it is and what would have faded from his imagination
the result will be to the negro, or the J I tank r */ he hAd attended the meeting t
it. I held Monday night
mongolian who ventures to ignore
4 Written, along every foot of this line There was much business done, ,Y : '
,is a warning to negroes that they must stacks of letters bearing on every coocelvablel ,
never attempt intimacy or social equal- ) subject especially as to the'
ity with 'the whites, and especiallythe advantages Kissimmee offered M a' r'
female sex of the whites. place for residence and Investment
But every once in while some fresh were read by the secretary and while
coon gets the idea into his woolly' head those'present were,.. aa a rule, awareof .
that he has rights of a social nature r 1p Ms x the volume of correspondence car
that thewhite man'is depriving himof .. fled on by that office, they were ,- ,
and attempts to''pass that line. ';";'=""" !'--''''-''-'''''' ''''''"'--I I amazed at the number of requests, for I 4'

The result is usually a dead negro HOME OF li: M. BREAKER ON MAB,, information about our climate and resources. t
... STREET. ., Numbers
.. of letters
but in instances the sheriff beats -- : .. these '
some :' u. n' _______ _ _ referred to the fact
the citizens to the negro and spirits ------ ... that they had received -;

.city him, away and keeps to' a'the jail name in some of that distant jaila AMENDED Author of Drainage Bill WHAT GOOD commissioners through a few the copies courtesy and of the of local the county paper,' "

secret until the negro is tried and '. ed with what were so .columns.;
they read In its y'
dies from close
legally hanged or con e that, they had about.decided k wand
{ finement. Says It Had Endorsement. make a personal investigation ",
Such a case: occurred in this section ORDINANCEOF THE GAZETTE and if conditions,proved'to be as rep ; ;,
this week, the particular of which resented,'would purchase prop.rtyand t r'
sire about as follows: One of the most : National locate permanently, '
highly respected families living in this Driliri"age"Boflrd't ; The importance 'to thUrfiction) of:'f' -
county had a negro by the name of MOVIES the Mississippi to Atlantic i
Sam Silas employed at different timesto IS Waterway
DOINGFOR Convention to be held at Palatka No- +l
work about the place and at the I '
1 IT and 18 was discussed at I,. 'y
negro had bean in these parts practically --:.- i SAYS THE ARTICLE IN THE VALLEY GAZETTE DOES ,INJUSTICE length,'with the result that the presi''
all his life and everybody knew dent, was Instructed to P
appoint three 4
him he was given\ considerable fr... TO SENATOR DRANE AS THE SENATOR GAVE WIDE, delegates to represent the Board and .:.. ,
-dom. In this family of respectable !I PUBLICITY TO 'THE BILL BEFORE ITS CITY AND COUNTY that officer named E. L. L. l.y. C.;A: "
white people was a young and beautiful Carson and J. M. Willson.'Jr., as such( ,' '
daughter on whom this negro Sam 'I I!I. V ,V, PASSAGE 'delegates.., That these gentlemen will J
,Silas cast covetous" eyes, and on Monday I ? 'I{hold their, with
y THE ONE' HERE PRESENTED own any other- of iy1:4 i
while passing her in the yard of II MAN FEELS;delegates .. ,
----- .. JiJONTANA}, SAYS.HE | regardless of from
her home handed her the following WILL MEET ALL REQUIRE; ,I' .' .. . \&" I therf'U l'
a letter which the young, lady thought *'" "MENTS AND PERMIt: 'TnE'" 1* ',One' "of 5the'virtues" 1 "of)fne""Va11ey pose .of.a drainage ls'trfc't' is to. ?reclaim -' ft tatt P cmn WJHEEELAT: .oNcsi. ., W........" rcItJIIIbt... ,.. ", ,," .

until she opened it that it was a fet Gazette is that it always fights fair the lands therein, and every AFTER HEADING. OF, HOW 'The'attention of the"board was 'd1. ,
ter some friend had intrusted the negro PICTURE SHOWS TO ||and in the open, and never closes Its man whose property is to be taxed WE.PLANT CROPS IN rected to the fact that an antnmsMs
to give her. But imagine her CONTINUE INBUSINESS columns to anyone, especially a public has a right to a voice in the matter party numbering thirty ears werelen ""
feelings when she read its contents: official, whom it has criticised or dif- whether he be a resident or a nonresident WINTER. : route from New England to St. Petersburg :
ti' I fered with on public'g'uestions.. In Any man who owns land in a ----.; I and that if they failed to' pass /, ;f
MiesMy Dear and only one You cant ---=-:- I furtherance of that policy, we take proposed drainage district Is, under I over the route that leads through this ; ,J
maogine just how ldo love ,you of The proposed ordinance published"in !pleasure in printing the following letter l the provisions of this law a qualified About the blackest of black eyes:I section of the state they would miss; "! ;r
rf come I cant tell you just at the present last week's issue pf the Valley Ga.zette from, Geo. W Oliver of Bartow;"voter,just as any stockholder in a corporati6n that could. possibly be given to, I much of the beauty of Florida and :" +'
V but I do hope that the near time which had for its purpose theprohibition ,'the author of the drainage law that is a qualified voter., Kissimme* and Osceola. county wouldbe would fail to see the, prettiest, the, :?
,, of future will tell. of any indecent or im was criticised' in these columns in our i: The reclamation of a body of land to cease sending out the Valley Gazette cleanest, the most progressive city,In '
Now I knew that you could not tell moral picture being thrown on the' issue of'last week. The argument of requiring a combined system of drainage to the state, as well as fail to meet BOOM'
tell me just what you wanted too for. screen at picture shows, and which was'' Mr. Oliver in no wise changes our; is a business proposition in which persons, who are seeking information of the blost'openhearted and hosodt-' sable
there was BO many looking at us all drawn jointly by a committee of ministers -:opinion as to the iniquity of the measure I every land ewner is interested in the about this section of Flort people that Inhabit the earth." '
the time. and councilmen was very generally -I for regardless of any redeeming proportion and to the extent ot' the ida, for every mail brings to this'of; Recognizing that: to induce this auto '
I thought of you all last night and discussed, and many of our'best feature the law may contain (whichwe and he owns, yet it is of public interest Hoe numerous "requests from persona party to visit Kissimmee would be con'
toDay is and still I think of I I people.were of that it was! failed to find), we will ever oppose and benefit as well. The ownersof I in every part of the United States for, erring a favor on our New'England v ,
you I was raise with white boys : too drastic, and would fail in its most any measure,that places acres or dollars the lands included in the district a saying they contem-: cousins as well as being a good advertisement !:
and girls and today cant help havinga 'meritorious object in that it would above man, and I if this law should 'are the ones who must pay the costs plate wintering. in Florida and have for Kissimmee the presi '
love toward your kine and especlaly force Ithe picture shows out of existence by any means be declared constitu.: I of,the improvements, and are the ones heard of Kissimmee and Osceola dent was, by: unanimous motion .[
you. I if its provisions were fully complied tional, we, as does every other true)I primarily benefited. Certainly the through some one that has seen county the- powered to appoint three gentlemen t
O dear never have I met a girl that : with. American know it to be undemocraticin ) man,who owns a thousand acres with I, Valley Gazette. to look after the details of the matter '
loved as I do you I shall never forget The ministers having no desire to principle and strikes at the very in a proposed district is more Interest. | The letter that follows 'is a sample ,and H. C. Stanford, S. ,B. Aultman r:
your sweet and kind smiling face I be the cause of any such catastrophe .foundation of our government. ed than a man who owns a hundred I of these letters, and we again make and Earl Lupfer- were delegated. to ,
trust when the time will\ come when befalling our city for they fully recognize acres, fir he will be compelled to. pay I the statement that every good family perform that duty ,.
you and I and others can be as one. that'picture shows are workets of Bartow, Flu., Oct. 28th 1913. ten times all much, whether he is a induced to come here and locate la The question of whether or not, Os-.,%
Just wait untill the orange, season 1 much, good when properly conducted, Mr. S J. Triplett Editor Kissimmee non-resident or not, and ,certainly' he'' worth' one thousand dollars to' the ceola county would be reprseented at
r Is over and we can be together near ,; met this week and very willingly modified Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida. should have a voting power in the I county* and there is not a man in this the mid-winter fair to be held at Orlando
all the thime I am going to work fir the ordinance, and now present it Dear Sir: My attention has been' election of those who are to manage. section who has given the matter the in February-has been discussed..
mr Funck after Xmas Christmas. to the tanned and the DubllC in the called to your article! which appearedin the affairs of the district in proportion I least thought but knows that the circulation at every meeting of the Board for the
Say write and tell me everythingand f llowingjcirinhlch if passed will the Gazette of Oct. 24, underthe to his interest. A person who owns of the Gazette by the commissioners past two months, but until :Monday t .
just how your room Is si era ted so fully meet the ends sought, and will heading: "SHOULD DRAINAGE DISTRICTS -I ja thousand shares of the capital stockin has been the cause of inducingmore night no definite steps had been taken< # -'
1 will notice it,in passing I know that give a.guarantee to parents that they BE ESTABLISHED UNDER any corporation is universally con people to come here and locate The county commissioners: some two f, ,
you could not enjoy your life any with can without the least fear permit their LAW PASSED BY LAST LEGISLA. ceded'to be entitled to ten times as permanently than all other means that months ago passed a'-motlon accept-
) any one'any better than with me you ''children to attend the picture shows. TURE," and, I have been requested to many votes in the election of directorsof ever was employed and has cost buta ing the invitation of Orange county,*. ''
must write me' a long sweet letter and(,I I. The ordinance as amended follows: discuss this law with a view to a cor. the corporation as the person who mere fraction of what any ''other to make an exhibit at the fair, and ,
pick chances to give it to me all you j I An Ordinance Providing for the IteguI rect understanding of some of its owns one hundred shares. The super- I character of publicity would have cost. appointed Chairman E. L., Lesley to.. t. #
got to do is motion you head or the I I lation of Theaters Picture! Shows features which you misconstrued.. visors of a drainage district under this The letter follows: work In conjunction with the Board. *.
sign of your eye will catch and I have', and All Such Places pf Public I regret that I could not have had an law have practically the same powers -. Mont', Oct.,24 \f of'Trade to that end., The Motion pro
F+ been around so many white girls untill 'I I Amusement, the City of KissimI opportunity to discuss the matter with and duties as the directors of any other Dear Editor: azette, ,: 1913. I:1 Nailed that the Board endorse the pro .
they have to do that without be..i I Florida. you before' your article was published.However corporation. I have been and H.B, Swabey, Frank Van
in at they game. I 1 I mee. of the since you are heartily jn Utfyr the law under dlncusion three for receiving time your papersteady 'Agnew and J., D.,Clark were appointed Jr, y"
the Council now some and I
Be ordained want
hoping that I will receive a long it by. I I favor of drainage and ready to lend supervisors are to be elected by the to thank and to cooperate with Mr. Lesley
sweet letter from you ,at.your earlest City of Kissimmee: exhibit in your efforts to the end that Florida's! land owners, who vote according to commissioners you for remembering your loyal county endeavor to have a fitting,display
convenance Your Papa wanted me to That whoever shall other any most fertile lands may be reclaimedand the acreage owned by them, without I am getting quite Inter ted me.In Osceola county's products at.the fa.
a work for him once and now I am sor- [ theater; moving picture show or entertainment made productive and having. regard to residence, but you Florida since receiving The'Invitation of the New 'SrayrnsW> r
sy I did not. j rplace[ of public amusement of Kisslmnwe, or -, learned that you\ are a real progressive I error when you state that the .dent.1 and hope to make your county paper, Board of Trade to send .delegates to
in the your
1 I city lewd lascivious, I take it that you are open to a visors are not be a.e: home.. When f .... lanai my.*._. the WaUrwvys Convention to be held1
Florida ,;obscene, ..
The lady evidently took the any picture full discussion of the law discussed ana voters ir you Will carefully examine your crops now it makes one feel in that'city November 10th was accepted -
moving vaudeville aa
or filthy picture, I in said article being Chapter section of this law, will and 'the president e
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letter to her mother, whowas so of an Indecent I your though he wants to come at once.
i% shocked that for a'time she was. in ] or theatricar play films, other I No. 6458 of the Laws of Florida.,, of find that a supervisor must be a land Up here we have been getting ready such delegates H. W..Thurman Arthu
character; or any or tho it would seem that you owner in the district, and consequently E. Donegan and R. W. Melklejon.
a state of almost complete collapse, pictorial representation, of any prize I even for, a long and hard winter. It startsto t-2
but later reason returned and she decided ', encounter. of pugilists under I I are somewhat prejudiced against this a voter and further that at least freeze about the last of August The question of good roada 1* al10UJ.
not to Bay,anything to her bus-1 i whatever shall be fined not more I|, law Of course you don't want to retard two of them shall be residents of the We had two snow storms in- September the most important question confron
band, until the following morning !1: than name,imprisoned! not more I the development of any! part of county or counties in which such district and cold weather ever since. I ing our people today and Is just abo
i or
when some white workmen would be _$- both at the discretion -'Florida; nor do you want to unjustly is situate or some adjoining coun live in a three-room house and have as far from settlement as it was &.h '
there to him from killing the' than years or I reflect upon the character integrity ty. If. as you say, they might all be been burning over a ton of coal every' day the. county?"was organized., 'A 4
prevent of the courtFree
H. J. Drane non-residents I would not defend such
i negro, which. they knew he would doa of such men as Hon. month to keep It.warm. When the every meeting of the Board some me
,learned of the crime Governor Trammell;or otner members: a provision; but in this you are clearly heavy winter comes it takes two tonsa her has offered a motion bearing on s
soon as ne
unless prevented by force.. I of the 'Florida Legislature, who stand mistaken. While non-residents might,: month; that lasts until the last-of subject but failed to bring, about ,
Mail DeliveryFor indicted for not having properly if they owned a majority the lands, March and we only have two and one-' settlement' of the matter., Mon'
The reasoning\ of the wife and moth, guarded the interests of the residentsof in a district elect the supervisors yet half months of summer and we will night-the proposition was made n
er proved correct for when they told in the they would be compelled to elect at
the State of Florida aiding I have one or two hail storms during a committee be appointed to ap
him the story and showed him the passage of what you designate qe\ an least two who were not only residents that time. I am. not a' farmer, but before the commissioners at .tb
letter Tuesday morning he became' as objectionable law. Surely you would but also land owners in the district I have tried to raise some garden for regular,meeting on Monday: next a
;V crazy as any lunatic that ever In. Kissimmee not intentionally do any of these men Section. of this law requires each supervisor two and have failed. recommend that the commissio
habited-an asylum and was only restrained an Injustice but your article if permitted to take and subscribe to an I It years for Florida as soon as I can name two or more of their sum ;Vy
? from killing; the negro by to remain unchallenged and un- oath that he will faithfully and Impartially get fixed to come maybe this winter .and two private citizens to.malt.inspection tp
}: main force. After much persuasion explained'would certainly be a great perform, and not neglect any and maybe not before .spring., But of the roads from he N
the father was induced to come to 1 1The injustice, to these men, and I trust you of the duties imposed upon him under. will continue reading your paper ''Jacksonville, using an aottfffiti;,
Kissimmee for the sheriff and have thenegro February will give this the same prominence in this law. pass them around to my friends, II!purpose; and collect all{data,'aa: i
arrested and on the road stopped your paper as you did your article, When you'make the statement that they all'seem to be getting quite cost durability etc-of\ every e nA ,
,' at a.neighbor's and telephoned above referred to. the board of supervisors are not required terested for they'come,and ask for I actor of road that has been ban r.' ti
SheriffIngram to come at once which In the article prepared by 'you, you to make any report to anybody papers now. Hv C.Stanford and 8.'.:r' Tri] 3
call that officer speedily answered 'following telegram was received question ,the constitutionality of the it any, time of their action you,are 1 Yours truly delegated to perform this du_,_. ,
meeting the father on the road. the Valley Gazette'a.t 11:45 :, law above referred to; on this point\ clearly in error, tho I- am sure it was ,W. &vManchester., It appears tour thai; &.hl.- lathIn
When Sheriff Ingram arrived at the by I that this feature was not your intention to mislead ony one, .",. the right direction,' and ay "
scene he found the negro under guard .today considers fully by able lawyers ,be- for you certainly could have no motiveIn . '- METHODIST CHURCH that the commissioner willr.
of two men, and immediately put him Washington, D,,,C? 10-31-13. fore the bill was enacted and which, so doing. .Under sections 7 and 25. Dr' Sibert will preach at ,the High suggestion of the Board, an* 1
in his auto and brought him to.Kissira- Kissimmee"Valley''Gazette: i Missouri Drainage Law after the board of supervisors are compelledto'make School auditorium Sunday at 11 ..m. any more .road, worms done In,
mee placing him In jail. '.' today or- : this-law was... modeled, has stood the a report to the land ownersat and ,730; p. m. His morning subject county or any more money ex r
As soon as the story of this negro's City mail.devivery) was February ' attacks of railroad and other the annual meeting.each year at will, be ,"The Sun of Righteousness," 'that ,i some definite plan of A'
crime became public there was a growl dered for Kissimmee carriers effective and one I porations. and has stood the test The which ,supervisors are Ito be elected.. evening subject, "Sin our Salvation.." :and maintaining roadau aa wt
had 1, 1914. Three I' In A cordial invitation is extended all tend be used be adopted ,
went forth: from the'people that I objections you do not. my to to r
substitute' will be employedf -'JONES. opinion apply in rise ca... The parV. (Continued on page 11) t attend: these services. 'J i.strictly adhered to. |jn the.fat. i
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pAGE; 2. ,:il','. i ::11 THE IIKIS5IM,, EE "'VAL'LtPy, / ,GAZETTE, FRIDAY, p' ,;T06 t ,31, 11E,

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y in' half the time Is work not done at
County Has An Abundant
> all, and simply means energy, time and
money thrown away. A great many .
people expect a sand road to be goodat ; : ASASPECIALTY.s
). Supply of Road .Material all times. This is unreasonable.It :
a, f should not be expected that the ],
_ -_,_-- maintenance of sand roads by a drag .. '
sx will prevent mud. The most that.can | '
"e DEPOSITS- CLAY"OF UNSURPASSED-QUALITY; VHEN 'PROPERLY - be"- xpeeted 1S"to- have- less-mud. It \ LADIES and :CHILDREN
should be noticed that the object of J/ /
; road dragging and what accomplishes -
I . MODERA TE and it accomplishes it,
COST, U "" / ,- why '
c :;\ is merely becavisfc it tends to make
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. '1 the surface waterproof by smoothingit
rr' The following' is the full text of'the: in thl. county of unsurpassed quality over when it is wet which tends to .. ... .

Pfc : "::,. ;' ._ ,report ,County ,.Engineer R. II...Ludlam. and, if properly mixed' with 'the required -. uddle it, and drying out smooth ]leaves ---- - .. ._, .-.-----.- .. ,..._. .--,.,_. ...... ..-
,", i will make' to the Board of amount of sand and an properly 'arust'of partially"waterproof'earth'; ,
"n County laid and surface treated with an The ''same"object in rolling is,to. make j "i _
Commissioners at their meeting on asphaltic oil, will give excellent. results the grade, whether sand, clay or otherwise "
\, .Monday-ivext at a moderate cost. as nearly waterproof as possible .
Kisshnmee, Fla., Nov 3rd, 1913. Wooden block roads'are coming into by packing solidly. When water penetrates I At .
? 'lion. E..L.,,Lesley, Chairman, Board of general use (in. almost every state, the grade, no matter of -what ,' .. ,' ,
nd this, material in another resourceon Reduced
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County Commissioners' 1nand for Special .
which Osceola county can dependfor a road. i 'T1- : : !
siS Osceola County, Kissimmee, Florida. her-roed building. In recent tests I
J. Dear Sir: I herewith beg -to submit of this character of construction made SeventhFinanceThese' Until Saturday .. '
the following report relative to by the. government., most satisfactory few items mentioned aboveare j '

the'road building and the existing conditions results were obtained. Long leaf pine very essential to good road ,buildingand with- ; .. : ;,', ,, \ November 8th. .' :,","
''I blocks after being subjected\ to heavy are very easy to procure, ,( 1,'. ,, ; ,, ," ,::,,'
"pertaining thereto as I find : ;r'''" ,
traffic for four years on \ ; :, ; > : -

j them To put in Osceola myself position.. to report west main showed streets a of''wear a city'of in )' \ : ; 1'r4'' .' .Now is Your Time to. Buy : :::1':

an inch; and not a single '! ; ;I \ : '"
r on pastas well as the future '
your be in
replaced that time., !
i I plans, I have taken ,un inventory ,of :
your road building plant and the result Fifth-Road I'lant
1 shows the plant to consist of the, No matter whether your ; \:; (URPRISE' : '
1 built by Contract or by day \
following; dcr directions of engineers \ > s :
12 shovels, 2 road machines, 5 of plant, and equipment is ,\I' :
i; 'scoops 1 road plow, 6 picks, 1 3'1%>> 'ton prominent factors of cost.L I 1;II' -
quate plant means a
t roller (horse-drawn), 1 stump puller, in cost of Construction., i
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10 mules, 5 wagons. ty should possess in her ,' I,. Kissimmee, Fla "
You also have from ten to fourteen ment one five-ton steam --
: men on the pay roll. This probably tort which could be used ----- _, -. -- ._' .

,,J I I fact is an that opportune the county time road to.mention book shows the as purposes well as and adding would to be the'a rf '1 : :I I I I in I 1'1 I 'I I I I I I i M. I I I I +VI>M I , I r I I I I I I I I I inPennies I >

about three hundred miles of road survey your road building. ;

a I It' .I.>have platted spent and, practically opened to the the public.1 entire dry by made,packing should sand be grade said thoroughly, unless MEET -
grade J
past month making'a thorough study the rain fall to run off gd J .
:: of the'difficulties ...
confronting your of soaking in is the
,(i" ,!Honorable, having Board gone of 'County over practically Commissioners ! porous grade. ", case '' ,I lAKELA NOI : .

1'' every mile of public road in Osceola' Sixth-Maintenance I Make.DoIJars. "
', county, and in some instances several Your department of road [ I ::1 .... : .
; times and my recommendations toyour'Honorable is second only in import j{i I II .
''f Board are: Department of' Education ,I I j CONFERENCE And Dollars when deposited .
-.- should- be on an equal I I : grow .
} --.Drainage. ) I I :-
It is useless to expect the '
To this t have given special atten- to be cared for I i I '' l' r
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thoroughly 1 EV
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ion; as on thi, alone depends the results g-etically if' left to the -
d ' '...... I to' which you may attain. It, is attention of neighboring ) ) AM
, '" absolutely absurd to throw up a grade and untrained labor. If the I :MEN FROM): :I of this bank. '.
J" y( of soft, loose sand through a section to be maintained properly, _
:' of,Jow marshy land that is regularly must lIe> paid a reasonable j AMERICA {
'I inundated by every shower. The the ,
ti work that- is done. It :
I .1 I original: hard sand bottom is much somebody's business to see A dollar will start
I preferable. In most instances, if the
r work is dohe at the proper October 30.! -The .
\ territory through which your sand place, and only where this ( and camp
t f roads,ass is properly drained, the been put in effect have the Conference of .
I a .I cost 0 such grades is an entirely satisfactory. Work that ,is began; .a ten- I'
I n.eedlss. expenditure.! ..If, it ,is' con- I morning, an account i
t4, stanty! Dome in mina mat a dry suo- which .delegates
Cs. ,"I""p grade is the essential in maintaining :1 all parts of I "
} good road surface, the uselessness; TRAMMELL encampment has
1 I, of such work that is done today will I
_ erection for the Investigate today and .
}.1' I' become apparent. NOV. 21 now in readiness. prepare
t \' Ii i I'am working on this drainage subject remain in session I :
l for the '
Rainy 'Day"lit
and .hope by your next. regular .
; ,\' meeting'* to have a system: ,
of the Seventh-
'a. )... worked 'out and comr.lete.: cost,, ISSUES PROCLAMATION ) '
in the state that com all time t
some' ,
" l' data etc. This is one thing that will THEIR AID IN this meeting on I
., b , do'mucb ,to relieve the situation and ,lit
to I
I prepare a foundation on which to build .. RATE A PLAN congregation.every I in } '
I .
.1 your r ada.SecondBridges_ ABLE ;! come from .
11. St. Petersburg, !I .
Miami, Terra ,
,1 have thus far inspected those, onthe'section OF" Jennings
r'' r d'' AV I of your roads lying between , STATE FLORIDA Gainesville and j I Bank of Kissimmee '{
-1 r Kissimmee and Whittier and DEPARTMENT I are here from
., have found thirty-two that need at- ERNOR; A throughout

", tention tion. These, mostly bridges from faulty will construe-I WHEREAS, The & ; ; ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P: K. WEAVER, ,
I-' good roads ',is essentially a of family'tents President CashierJ.stenPiunever '
:"p ,expensive item in the near future if i ; !
' problem. and the value of which delegates "
r : continued of this character of struc-. OPTOMETRIST'V,7
Y d, tU}'.., i is shared, directly or' during the en-.. !,", t' II 1111111111111 I" II '
: people '
", 'U the of every locality; and. grocery ; /,
Third: -New Roads *' AND WHEREAS, One of provisions titrl'the \ ,, I'I'
1 s est needs of folks have their
4 i You have now under construction practically :, i'f
= : ." t '\ some six miles road which will in Florida is a well devised is a book tent t ; ,
constructed canvas .
1 probably benefit greatly the section of system pavil- ,
9 ; county, through which they run. It highways and it is Clear the preaching
however, that the curing of same would / sessions of
on :strength ;
I ,'t t of some well padded petition. or other estimable the blessing-affecting held. a successful maninonunsuccessfiil'
1 wise, your Honorable Board has conscientiously commercial but also the and licensed min ,1
t f the educational life of the ( .
i: granted: the prayer as set the church
", t 1, forth in said 'petitions and ordered comunities every section other laborers "1suit 1-
1' roads opened, with the result that today state which will put forth in attendance ,1\\ .
t''t'' ; the..only evidence of such roads termination, effort and skill well as several
\ are those on the stub contained in suitable good roads: lecturers from ,
I 1 your warrant book. I have looked of AND' WHEREAS. The, country.. Among of Clothes. \
; t I, L I \ over several of, these roads and (find Florida is as progresive from outside the
sourceful as is to )be found
I t. no evidence of wagon tracks but instead O. Montgomery
in the
L world and is in this
I a good growth of underbrush. of the South-
+ s! ', This Is an important matter as well festing in an increasing tendency :' which in, .
i, ; ', as an expensive one, and there should,' the forefront of all North and ,
\ 1 in my judgment, be good and sufficient movements looking to the the eastern half y
t t __ the of I' ,
masses the
:' reasons shown for' opening new roads. AND WHEREAS, The ; ; Williams of At- "
's of the '
't"i Fourth .Wearing SurfaceNo tive way to secure desired, Prof. "
11 ,I engineer has ever'been known achieve'to proceed them in the most direct the secretary ."f. .
1 no matter hqw expert or well verseda ; !' of the ..
: "4 in road construction, to construct, attempt mall NOW, THEREFORE of the I, ; V. '0. ..1.1't
1' governor State of
t or promise to construct satin superintendent
factory road of dry sand alone. This 'mindful of the urgent- need Southeastern I ," :
..-county is, however, fortunate in hav. people improved of all parts of this ; C. L. Stone I! ,
,t : ink- a more abundant supply of road :{public roads within ; the principal of "
: : h ::;; building material than is generally eral! counties and to connect : School; L. D. )
t'. I II ', 'supposed. There are deposits of clay designate and of proclaim the state, do the manager of I ,'
Association C
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DO . to.. o. and the
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officers will be

.. license's the ensuing issued Do you want success In business ? '

-- and resolutions In society ? Do you wish .to look well '..

Just The Proper : of the will coming be dressed and have that self knowledge ,

. preaching ser. 'of Individual
: style ? If so, let us help .'

characteristics you., Our Schloss suits 'are distinctly) "

I ;, P :, . I. S. O. Vacium of Ad the' Inclvldualjand stylish. l 15,0 0 510.0 0 ..

Saturday, from 5LSL.OO, and '
$2.5.O0.: Blues
to T. 'to sundown Browns '
Ill k I ; Keep, hot 36 hours I the Christ teaching in the of and grays. .

it 1 1 \:';;" :' v. days. We have re is sending are profpund-to the LacJles Coats and Coat Suits are begInnIng -

''' ', ,." great message to arrive. We cordially, Invite "

I' : "('S supply, from $1 J to reappearance i the ladles and young ladles,, to call and *

'' t *' and '7r'. that Seventh-had ask to be shown these latestnovelties,- '

see them.' time, one man, We are offering nothing at present 'at
1'4a'; I! %\ -retired sea
> the doctrines a higher 'price than SSL9.0 -for've'

C COLE ; in obscur has Feel that within' ,thls-scope we can: give' '. ;

II f II 14 and : 8e ,since doubling that good, quality--something upon ,which'

... time until there is at present 114,000 you 'can'rely.' '
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d1 ; , .. Seventh-day Adventists in the world. .
Their.influence has extended until the, -H. C. 'STA/iFORD C .
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.= 31, 19.13. II. ,THE, i< KISSIMMEE: VALLEY GAZETTE ,
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FLETCHER FAVORS wants jthe present system changed and I I

waiting in uncertainty and hesitation. GOVERNMENT TO .

PROMPT ACTION ON "Why. prolong the suspense for, an CO-OPERATE

unforgiving hour .
.' THE Why play into the hands of those AUCTION SALE K
BillTHIMSDEUYISUNFORTUNATE who would make 'capital 'out 'of' our ROAD BUILDING

failure to act?
"The overwhelming weight of the .

: most trustworthy opinion and judg. IN SELECTING RIGHT MATERIAL .

i I tflent! is the general principles of ,the

I SAYS PRESIDENT I pending bill.are Bound and ought to be l'
IN '' : ,,
COUNSELING-THE PASSAGE 1 written into- lawv Surely the differ MATERIAL. USED-IN_ONE.LOCAL. .. , .. .

... OF THE LAW AT THIS' i ence as. to detailsTought to be composed ITY WOULD BE A WASTE' OF r .. .
'" SESSION and settled upon without such de- MONEY IF USED IN AN. ,
.:; lay as tends to give the Impression OTHER. I "

.. that there is fixed to defeat ,
... a purpose I .
(By WInfield' Jones) .: any, legislation 'on the subject. I do Washington, D. C, Oct. 25-So'I far "' ., , . , ,' '
Washington ;
D.. ., Oct. 27.-Senator criticise one, I has the
Fletcher I not mean to any speak government advanced'ln'theproblems .
today .
gave your correspondent more from what I beieve to be .the connected with road construction -
the following\ interview on the Viewpoint of the private citizen. that efforts are now being \ ,

pending lation.. banking and currency legis "It Appears the bankers object made to teach the country that the THIS SATURDAY "

.Senator Fletcher said principally to the constitution of the expenditure of large' sums of moneyon .

"I am earnestly. in favor' of prompt, Federal. Reserve Board. They seem .certain types!of roads may result '
early action. NOVEMBER ..:
"I think la : to lose sight of the tact that under the almost in a total waste.' A road built 1ST AT

delay unfortpunate from present laws there is supervision of of materials, which would be ideal in .

every etandpolntr"ThePreaident the banks first through the Directorsand one locality may' pot serve,the purpose KISSIMMEE FLA. 0
was absolutely right then through the Comptroller at at all elsewhere and the money '

,'in counseling'' the two measures at the the Currency and the Secretary of expended 'may bring scarcely any result .' '., \

very beginning of this long drawn out the Treasury.. In reducing the cost of haulingor 4. v' ;

extraordinary (in more ways than "They seem to make no objection Ux making 'It easier for the farmerto

one"I) think session.delay He; is had unfortunate good reason from to the existing restrictions and limitations get to the shipping point "with his This car load of HORSES and MULES are coming

and supervision of control; a 'crops.
I Tariff! bill} and that the Banking and under, which.the .Comptroller from Tennessee
system In order to aid farmers who wantto and they are.worth coming many milesto
Currency Bill would be
ready '
practically has the power to place a build their own roads and to assist'varlouR

action' after the Tariff Bill receiver in charge ,of almost any one' communities that desire to see.,, They are a load of ,FIRST GRADE STOCK. .
passed lie knew ,the business ,interests of them without notice..
improve the roads the Office
of the country; and the people "It seems to me absurd to complainof of Public Roads of the Department of They are-now: at the stables where they can be seen,.
generally needed both measures and such board being composed of the
a Agriculture has employed experts to "
I needed them now. Secretary ot the Treasury, the Comp test all materials and study their use tried, and driven" by intending purchasers. ;

The reduction of duties and other troller, the'""Secretary of Agriculturewith '; fulness on roads subjected to certain

,reforms in the Tariff Bill have not four others to bi! named by the traffic conditions. 'The office of Public Private sales and, exchanges will* be made any time '

produced the depression predicted by President, "one of known banking ex Roads is In
now acting an advisory
opponents of the measure. But the perience and not more than two of capacity in many states and counties, before the Auction starts. This sale will take place a

banks have exercised a caution regarding whom shall be of the same political Riving most form of '
a practical
RAIN OR and horse and mule will w'
credits, giving as a reason faith. Its powers are clearly defined tlonal aid. SHINE, every go to

the "necessity, for readjustments fol- and are none too great. It is the -
On roads where there is the
lowing the Banking and Currency leg height of absurdity to imply a possibility a very highest bidders. _
heavy traffic, it has been found that
islation, which has affected more or of incompetency or worse to .
certain material better
kinds are
less all monetary transactions, and if 'any member of such a board, but even others
than and that while one kind
there were a scarcity of money and un. If one or two or three or four of them of binder may not serve the purpose

willingness to grant accommodations. should be had or insufficient men no at all, another, kind .is,.ideal and -
This situation ought to be improvedand great harm oiild be done them under preserves
the road indefinitely. Millionsof November 1 1st.
the strain relieved through passing this bill. 'dollars have doubtless been wastedin Tomorrow Saturday .
the either it should arise suspicionof
pending bilf, as cam "If there a I the past because of the absence of ,
from the House, or with amendments that sort as to ..anyone> of them, !
scientific knowledge which is now be-
which is will make it better would be corrected in less
thought the trouble

promptly.It is conceded by the bankers, the it.time than' we now take talking about :I ing excuse obtained.wrong for kind any.There of community!road is ,no as longer the buildingthe Officeof any Beginning Promptly at 1 10 A.M. '

experts, the business people and quite "Consider recent experience. We Public Roads stands ready to fur-

universally that our present reserve created a great Court. Judges were nish any information that may be desired -

system antequated/ and full of vices.. selected for it. One of them fell_ under as .to the course that should be AT '
Why should, a bad system be con- suspicion. Result, speedy Im- pursued. J'

tinued for a day longer than the peachment: and following that, actual

time HT -necessarily, required" to remedy abolition"There of is the every court reason itself.calling for movement In discussing in road the improvement new scientific, Director Waters & Carson 'Grocery Company Stables Near Store .

Page of the Office: of Public
,. "It is admitted that the country the command 'Full speed ahead':" ,
Roads, says: P. G. WALDRON Shipper
"There are two ways in which

the engineer may avail himself of the

Information necessary to a proper selection
Second AnniversaryO -- ---
of road material. The first --

and only certain one' is to make an within four days after the seaman port, upon, complaint in writing that
actual service test of the material un AMERICAN SEAMENNO has been discharged.. It provides that the vessel is leaky or insufficiently

enin der observation,, and under the same half the wage. due a seaman shall be supplied with sails, rigging, anchors, f
conditions of traffic and climate to LONGER TO BE paid him within forty-eight hours after or any other equipment, or insufficient a

which the proposed road will be sub arrival at any :port of'call, upon store. or provisions, or a crew.insufficient ' ;.tl -a

jected. This method, however, is impractical his demand. to man her, shall receive from ,
'' '' and Birthday Greeting! 'except in certain rare instances TREATED AS DOGS A.majority'of the crew, or the first the American consul at that port im,

I \ slu'1'lJ FSDAYaAd due to the lapse of time whichmust ., and second officers, while in a foreign mediate adjustment of their complaint, r

TUESDAY ':"elapse before .. definite<<: ,', results .

TAYLOR- S;; and l; n1be obtained.I':" The|second 1 method. !IF" ,, UFOILETTE'is ,BILL PASSES 'r i '?'
WeJaaday' ; '
tests >
Wednesday : is"by means of short laboratory. Choice

NOV. 4-5 NOV 4-5 to the approximate destructive agencies as nearly to as which possible the\ BILL, HAS PASSED SENATE AND Selected Real;

material will be'subjected on the road, EVERY INDICATION IS THATIT Estate for Sale
Two years have rolled around! since we opened, a peanut, stand on Brack supplementing the knowledge thus --.- c ,
gained by'a study of the results already To enable to make some contemplated for and cattle farm. Price
me sheep
less. Winfield Jones)
street. Two yesrrs of untiring:' effort to "get the bcfct and sell it for obtained In practice on material (By
I will offer
, Washington, D. C., Oct. 26.-That improvements $40.00 per acre.
. 0 Two years of fair dealing and eternal push has made ours the leading store of a similar nature." American seamen are not: to be dogs, for a short time, the following
The Office of Public Roads constantly { pieces of choice property for sale _No. 5. Lake front lot at the end
of. kind patronage treated human beings
of this section, and as evidence pf our appreciation, your and will be as
.o uses both methods. At Chevy Chase, hereafter, if the House poses the La- at the very reasonable prices of Stewart street, if Stewart street,
we have determined to give you a profit sharing Thanksgiving on this our near Washington, D. C., a model road Folette" seamen's bill, which has passed I named: extended through to the lake beIng -

anniversary, in the'way of greatly reduced prices. has been built in sections made of different the Senate, will be due in a great , Willson fractional north west quarter
No.1. The new Buildof blocking
materials while in the labora- section 27-in the same
of Senator :
the efforts
measure to
are constantly lot 4.1x75 ft., on Darlington with:the electric light plant and ice ",
of the office tests
Two Days Only, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 45beautiFu'l tory being made with scientific accuracy Fletcher.Senator Fletcher was chairman ofthe .i, avenue Darlington ave. is! 70 ft. factory-near the clty'dock. Suit1..
wide and brick paved).
to determine the exact value of certain subcommitteethat able for factories or dock purposes.Price.
Senate commerce
materials under certain traffic con the : The first floor is two store rooms ._$500. ,_. t y,
favorably on s amen's I
A Souvenir' free to the first 48 girls purchasing1O ditions. ,. bill to the Senate, which was 20x65 feet' each built so as to be a
I I No. 6j lot the center
thrown all Into one room if desired. -acre near p
worth The
cents or more. then passed by that body. Senator /-
of Kissimmee, adjoining Aultman'sGardens
Florida: postmasters The second floor has 4 apartments
in the
Independent Cash Store have Thefollowing been appbinted: James E Young, made an eloquent speech or suites for offices, .with: private suitable for dwellings and
the Senate on the, bill.
truck 1280
Alper) Arnold R. Jenkins,-fcital; Harry bath in each. Water, sewer and garden.. Fronting

; Some of the most important .provisions
Central Price $500.
I C. Groff, Dallas; Daisy .E. Gibson, electric lights. on avenue.
of the bill are those requiring
'.' 15c Glass Jam ____.': _____uu .10,2, lb can Pure Coffee :___-._'__ .6 5 Garrett William. I'. Smith, Godwin; the : Rental capacity $1740.00 ((14%% to
__ .10'3 lb Pure Coffee _____ ..8J15o ; that 75 per cent of crews shalLbfable low Price No. 7. Lot 30x105 on Emmett r
15c Libby's Preserves _____- can -- -- Walter O. Brooks. Gulfport; John R. the language in at present rents)
to understand in the of Osceola Hardware
... :.30'3 ''String Beans _____ .25 ? 000. street, rear -
Tall Salmon ______ _u. cans nUn- Wheatley Hillsboro; Margaret E. that 40 $1-,
which orders are given, percent Co. and Wilder'.
Pickles ____________ -10 3 cans English Peas __._____.u .25 adjoining
15c Helm's ColeH) Mary Esther. and 65 within five
immediately, No.2. Two-story frame bttildstudio.. Brick paved street, city
____ 25 3 Ib California Prunes _
Hot ---- '
35c Hyman's qt. Lilly years, of the crew must be able sea Ing on' orner lot 24x65 ft. on Darlington water connection. God business Jot'
lb _____ .15
__ .45 White Salt Meat .
Butter __ t uu GLOSSY HAIR
Crock Apple uu THICK' boats be provided
life -
COc that enough avenue and alley. let floor dwelling. Price $800.Is .
Pork and Beans .:...__________ .10 I Fine Smoked Bacon __.T.__--____. 18 FREE FROM DANDRUFF men entire and or .
15c/ the passengerlist
for crew a store room, the second floor is .
__ __ 1.00 .
:15e! Imported Herring ._______ .10 125 Ibs Broken Rice --_---. -- and that at least two able seamen C-room apartment with city water. No. 8. Fractional" lots 1, 2, 3.,
l' c Girls! Try Itl! Hair! gets soft fluffy and life-boat.. I This is '
# beautiful-Get a'25 cent bottleof shall be assigned to each I Rental capacity $42000. 12% at block 10 Robinson Add.
Danderlne. .The rating of able seamen is fixedi present low rents. Price '$3500.00. one of the,.few vacant lots with R.R.1,

-' as that of one over nineteen years of sidetrack in Kissimmee, suitable

Specials : If you care for heavy hair that glistens age who has had at least, three years' No.3. Broadway property in. for dwelling, warehouse or factory., ''

Oxfords ._ __ 2.21 with beauty and Is radiant vlth deck service on, ocean or lake vessels. center of business section. "Flat- About 125 feet on Hand street and ,,
Fancy: whole Rice ((7; Ibs limit).- $3.50 value Men's u life; has an Incomparable softness and :The bill a)SO' states it to be the judg- iro' corner, Stewart avenue and about 75 feet on R. R. Price$450.)
lb. __. ..'_______...-__ .05 No. OOS.Honorbilt Dry Sox .Shoe, is fluffy and lustrous try Danderlne. treaties 87 feet on Broadway. 1'wo'story +
per ---- for men ....______ ______-- 19S? Just one application doubles the ment of Congress that pro '
((1 peck -- floor lot
Potatoes Beautiful
Fancy Irish beauty of your hair It Immediately viding for the arrest and imprisonment frame building; 1st storeroom 1:1o 9. dwelling
Sox Shoe beside
.;30 No. 909 Honorbilt Dry of, 2nd floor 5-room of Aderhold and Bas. Sts.
limit) per peck ?------------ dissolves of American sailors in foreign apartment, corner ,
$5.00 value Men's Oxfords\ ___w 3.00) for men _,--'-------------;--- 2.3 dandruff. You can not have nice should be abrogated: city water. Also a tWo-room frame with cement! sidewalk, one bearing ,

Ladies Oxfords, the Battle-ax line at No. 955 Honorbilt Dry Sox. Shoe beavy. healthy hair If you have ports bill that in case of office building with city water. An- grapefruit tree. Lot 66x75 feet
scurf robs The provides
.. 3.0 This destructive
actual cost. for men _._--,<:------------, dandruff.the hair of Its lustre, Its strength and desertion or casualty resulting in the nual renting capacity (at low rents) Price $400.00') '

o / If not overcome It the $570.: Price $10,000. ,
Its very life, and loss of one or more of the seamen
feverishness and Itchlolr.Qf No. 10. Dwelling lot adjoining
stand 'first-class city grocery produces a roots famish master must ship a number equal to No. 4. acres of muck, prairie .
From a peanut to a : serviceshe .500 my residence, fronting 75 ft.,'On...
yard of red tape or a hoosencand dieethen; the hair' faU.outfa.t. the number of those whose and ,pine land adjoining city Aderhold .tf8.t.'I', One bearlDC'liml.ta ". t
in two years without a Surely get a 26 : ; all under fence; ,county road grapefruit tree;: ,' Price ,$350.00.
J pound of pull. ':: Every item fully guaranteed atTAYLOR'S and .Just Danderlne try It from ,any: > crews on merchant craft coasting f It provides on north side; railroad on south, ,.;; \, k

-Adv. that on vessels making' with canal, lake and orange grovefor To real estate agents.selling any

H'!' Tilipkou 424 voyages a seaman's wages shall be western boundary. This is a of the above property,..I'",will pay ,

Broaiva)J I Platonic-Love- means that you are paid within two days after the termination splendid dairy farm proposition or the usual.commission.ill" tl
250 kiss and of the agreement under whichhe ',
her a brotherly r
to give
ONLY going And, took ship'and in case of foreign J. M. WILLSON, Jr. '
she"is a woman.,
TERMS STRICTLY CASH -. ; .TWO'DAYS forget like the'that famous ornithernieus, theyain't voyages within twenty-four hours after OFFICE IN WILLSON BUILDING, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA' : '
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? the cargo has been discharged, or
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<< a chLrg l *. of the whole of i,it, "' i
'' sustain TO OFFER
: Full Text. :of Game Law as Pa s"ed. and the violation as to a, number of WHAt HAVE YOU

\ animals or birds of the same kind may We are now lining up for our FALL and WINTER bJpmwit C of

, at Last Session of Florida LeglslaturtJ be charged In 'the same...county! and Florida fruits and vegetables. Let us hear from 'you;

punished as a separate offense as to Reliable Representativeswanted at all shipping Stations

each animal. bird or game. JONNIE. D, BYRD j
r I ., Costs Taxed.. BALTIMORE
r, Unlawful. to kill any doe, turkey hen upon, his or her own enclosed )lands, (he actually\ resides without .first obi T 210 Light St., 40.4tpd 1ID.
Section 21 Costs of Prosecution, _,__
L 'or birds of plumage-cannot snare shall be, guilty of a misdemeanor !turning a license permitting him or How Taxed-When .an. arrest for a -
-- -'--dead-fall- birds or-animals conviction 'shall I t her do' -who hunts outside of --------- -
trap on punished by? a i to so;; or violation of"the law is madeby
ss? game cannot be sold or shipped 'out fine of not! less-than twenty nor'more,: the county in which he actually re- commissioner 1
,cwt; b of state-night hunting prohibited.set than fifty'dollars for each offense. I sides without obtaining a state license the state game and fish/ the- 4
ot by warden, .and
I II ,'\, } -( in 10,pt, bold caps)- Night Hunting. I permitting him I or her to do soj;; or shall
defendant is convicted there
'I: V N r. R Below will be found a full text of Section 7. Night Hunting Prohibited any non-resident: of the state whojI bo taxed as costs in favor, of such THE H. G. S1EVER ;

;<,*)Irk I the game law passed at the last session -Any person who shall pursue,jI I hunts in.this state without a non-resi samel
Tat'' . warden making the arrel.t..Jt! .! .
of-the legislature: - catch, take or kill any bird,-deerrwild dent-license; lends-t>r transfers fee: ,:as. a''.COnstablis :entitled to in REALTY COMPANY

turkey, wild ducks, wild geese, brantr his hunting license to another, shall .
; I misdemeanor and if collected
I ,An act to protect game birds in thestate" other bird .fowl between of misdemeanor and cases, NOT IN THE TRUST
If t of Florida I' or aquatic or. ||I be guilty a upon from the defendant, shall be paid -
r,< : dark and daylight the fOllowingday j conviction' shall\ be punished by fine
OwntrghipJof I Birds j I over to such warden, and shall be 10,000 acre Stock'Farm, a bargain if taken at one,'
shall\ bo. guilty of a.-misdemeanor ,,of not less than. ten, .nor: \ ,more than .. .. ,.
"''lei'.', Be it enacted by the legislature of I his. personal perquisite. No fee.shall $5.00 per acre. -:-. -:- -i -t* ,- ;
4 ,. .J.- and on. 'conviction, shall) be punished I{}fifty dollars; but any resident may be allowed in of Land Ora. Grove High Hammock Land Timber Ludt
> ,..... ' -the state of Florida cases acquittal. Prairie z !
., I by a fine of not less than ten dollars I hunt upon TUs, own lands' in season
Section 1. Ownership and Title to than dollars 1 without license. Dispositions of Fines Collected. and Easy.f .
Jt. nor more twenty-6ve- for obtaining a hunting Lands at All Price on ernu.
I Section 22. All collected
Wild and' inftateThe money
Birds Game Vested:
'. each offense. Falser Statement. 2,000 acre Stock: Ranch, will exchange naif Taloe rlrr
: title and ownership. to I Wild Hogs. Section False Statement to from fines, penalties or forfeitures other real ,estate '' ,.i" -!. .
|j. 14. -:- -: | -:
I i' this law shall go into the fine .
all wild birds and In the state under .
,\ : : game .Section. 8. Hunting: Wild, Hogs-1,Procuring License-Any person who .
t of Florida, are. Restedin the state for Any person who without first! giving shall make to any. officer authorizedto and forfieiture fund of. the countywhere Orange ,Groves all sizes and prices
such convictions had and
are ,
the purposes of regulating the use and notice', to': at ,least three- freeholders 'issue a ''hunting license a. falao
'Z' the commissioners of such
\, ', disposition of the same in accordance. in the neighborhood, hunts, catches, statement, or change: Or alter his or county -'. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
c ,'. shall to the witnesses .
\ county
1" with the laws of the state.. pay
or kills wild hogs' unmarked, with her license in manner, shall' be t
'I f : Unlawful furnishing the evidence in such, con.vldiolts' I . ___ _
s Act }Defined and Punched. __ + .
dog 'or gun; must oh conviction, be punished by a fine of not less-than ten'. '' -
t' f' Section1 2, Birds, Plumage, Skin, 'fined not less than, ten, no, rmore than nor more, than twenty-five dollars. an amount equal to one-half
and Nests Protected of such fine or penalty which shall n. _. .. _
1 i" Eggs, : Penalty one hundred dollars, Transporting Game.
.. Jt/r Catching, Killing or Taking""Any j l he paid liy arrant upon the fine and > 111 1111 i 111 n 1111 in m n 11111111111 .
: 'er-OJt"n! and Closed Season. Section 15. Shipping or Transport. '
person who shall catch" or' kill, or Section' 0, Protection 1 forfeiture fund of such county. C. A. CARSON, ,,1. A. CRANFORD.' 8. L. LOPFga.rrrddent .
Deer Ing Game who 'takes
1 1i" t, Open -Any person % ,
Paid In yicc-Frmldrnt.
) have In his possession;)living or dead, and Closed Season. as to-Any person ships or transports out of, or within Currency. 8fttar
Section 23. Fines be in i iCurrencyAll '
4'I ori who shall purchase, offer, I to paid
or expose who shall kill or attempt to kill any this state a-ny'of "the birds or'game

I for: sale, transport or ship with" doe or':' female or fawn in', .spotted, protected 'by the' laws of this state, .' fines imposed t under

'",\, out the state any such wild bird, after coat,. 01' ''wild turkey hen in this state, unless the same be in' personal, possession the> provisions. of this chapter shall, I KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO.
:,;r. I be paid in lawful l that is. to
t ,, it has been killed or caught, or who or who '"shall kill any deer between or carried openly by the owner money .
.' .shall suy, in currency of the United States BBBB SM SM H B H *M MMB'n>BBBHI>>alMM*" *">>>l> BB SBSB SBB SHS BBftBBBBBHM sell
,: or have in his possession .
,) ., February 20 and the-jtwontieth; of November thereof, or person Jailing\ the same
r'j. -'... $or' sale any .part of the plumage- in each year, or who shall use '''who has in his possession a non-resi: of America. t

w a : skin, or body of any: bird protected I any artificial light la hunting or kill- dent's; license if the game is to be Charge Grand Juries: Rough and Dressed a '
I.I' ;'t 'by the game laws, or who shall take' deer shall state Section 24. Judges' Special Chargesas
?, ', ing be guilty of a misdemeanor I carried out of the or a resident's '
i ;: "',.,',; ",,:;,. .or wilfully destroy the nests of any I and on conviction shall be pun license if the game Is to be transported .to the Game \va-The circuit '

.. .N. ;. wild bird or'.who.lhall/ have such nests Ished by :a fine of'not less than twpntv- ,' within the state. shall be iruiltv' of a judges of concurre'nt jurisdiction shall PINE LUMBER

1. ,l: t :; ';'1". or eggs in his or her possession, ex. I five dollars nor more than ,rCty-.jI- i misdemeanor, and on conviction, shall give.the grand juries, when organized,
T ; .cept 'as permitted by the game laws lars and the be the provisions of the game and fishlaw's _
t ; having of such lightson punished by a fine of not less than
'. .'?r: .: . of this state, shall)\ be guilty of a misdemeanor the head or any part of the .body ten nor more than fifty dollars. strictly in charge and shall\ urge

t :, and upon conviction shall while hunting shall be prima facie evi- Carriers Shipping Game. strict inquiry into infractions thereof. h HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY

i-- "be punished by a fine of not.less\ than dence of the violation. of the last sub- Section J6. Common Carriers.Ship- Words Defined. t
''I ten nor more than twenty-five dollars Section 25. Terms Defined-As :
_ # division. : ping Game-Any person, company, .
used hi the laws of this state
ig is for: eachoffense.. .[ Squirrels. corporation, or common carrier wh
d Game Birds. Section 10. Squirrels,. Open and shall ship or transport any birds or _

1'" f'', < Section 3. Game Birds! Denominated Closed Season as to-Any person who game without ascertaining if the person enlarged, the words "herein" or"heJ'eaf" .C, A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.The .
/ refer to the' whole of the
/ and Enumerated-The following I shall pursue, i injure, capture, kill or offering for shipmen or transportation

pa r only 'shall be considered game birds: destroy any foif. squirrel, black ,squirrel . such birds or game is in possession game laws of"this law", and'' the Waters
"person "owner &
The Anatidae
F commonly known as
or gray squirrel, except on ana of a hunting license duly issuedto " "
tor, "grantee, lesseeor license
'r swans, brant, and riverand ,
geese from
November 20 in each, year to him .and covering the period when
+ sea ducks; Raillidae, commonly known I the following February 20, when' they such shipment is offered, and without include a firm, association, corporationor

::1 r as rail coots, mud hens and gallinulas; I may be killed; or who shall pursue;' requiring such person to accompanythe municipality" and the word "war
Grocery Company
: den, means the state and fish
i .' Limocolae, commonly known-as. shore injure, capture or destroy any squirrel shipment, shall be guilty -of a game
birds plover, surf birds, snipe, wood- county game 'warden,
t at any time in any public or pri ,misdemeanor, and, upon conviction

." ,'.. cock, sandpipers, tattlers, and curlews vate'park, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor thereof shall be punished by a fine 'in and the deputy game laws. warden The word, provided for'" Wholesale and R etail Dealers In

't' ; Gallinae, commonly known' as and 'on conviction shall\ be of not J less than fifty, nor mire; than i game "officers

} .. wild turkeys, grouse, pheasants, and punished by a fine 'of. not less than one hundred dollars.\ includes every person authorized to

j', \. f (quails, and the species of' Columbae ten, nor wore than twenty-five dollars ..| Service on Carriers. I enforce the provision of the game GROCE'R'IE.S.
N' laws, and whenever the
commonly known turtle doves. possession, use,
v as ; provided that any person may Section 17. Corporation, Service of "
it 'I}' :. Penalty. protect his premises from the ravages Warrant of Arrest Upon-In cases of importation,, transportation, storage, .
: sale offering or exposing for sale of
I ; ,
0 \ motion 4. .No person or persona and depredations of these animalsat violation of the game laws of Florida 404040004000004+ 00 00040000000.. 1..00 t

I" . ,(., shall) injure, kill or hunt or destroy any time, and in any way. j jby a corporation, tho warrant of.arrest game birds is prohibited or restricted, 4 0 v

i .l..\\\" J. by any means whatsoever, or have or Number'Taken in One Day. may ,be read to the president, the prohibition or restriction shall\ extend WE SELL O WEBJJY.J= .'
t \ 'In to and Include every part of such HAY, .
be possession of, except as expressly Section 11. fn'lhls
Any person who takesor secretary' or'manager state, or J i
and violation 0 O HIDES .
,; I game, a as to each ant .
1"' 1 ,' permitted by the provisions kills\ more than one deer, two turkey to any general or local agent thereof mal bird 4 GRAIN, ,.
i ; or or part shall be -
tt t' of this act, the following)\ named gamebirds gobblers, twenty quail or twenty. in any county where 'the action or in a FURS,

', {i 'I'. ;'s except between the following five birds of any. other 4 species! j dictmentis,, pending .and upon the return separate offense.Construction. FERTILIZERS, 0 O :'. ,

:rt dates; ''Wild turkey gobblers, quail day, or who has such' birds or gamein of such warrant so served, "cor;' 4 0 SHINGLES, + o WOOL, ,f.',
t: .I ", (bob white partridges), turtle doves, his possession for more than five I po ration shall be'' deemed in court,! Laws..The Extent and' Construction of of Game a 0 : :

t w swans, geese, brant, ducks, rails days after the close of the season for and subject to the jurisdiction thereof provisions the game '* ORANGEBOXES, !o O AND .
/I'/'"' Tj' ;4' coots- mud hens, .sandpipers, curlews, killing the same shall be guilty of a Wand any fine imposed may be collected laws not.apply to persons hunting ; :
7 inipe'and any "of the birds or animals of ORANGE WRAPS, .,, :
plover, November 20 to'February. '
misdemeanor' and upon conviction by- execution against the property )his state which are>not protected i y 0.y s..n, isk io-r-, ; '' 4,:- ;, :: .
.,' 20 'following. ''Any person' shall,punished by a fine of"not, less of;said corporation;this;;sec he'provtalona'l ofiiBuch l i l iaWa; "" 4 V ECETABLE'ICRATES' a 4 COUNTRY \ '.l'l.j"'I, . ,
j' '!N violates,anyi'otthepro; ,: ,!!ieione''o i !. than ten;' nor' 'more' than I twenty'=::five" 'tlcJn shall\ not' be"l!considered to'exsmut ? n l6lto i .t" ,I.

1 r this section shall eYdee'rne1guitf \ 9 dollars for each offense AnYJP'rson' any entHprjtiremployeMfromItvw Penalty; \ a CRATE NAILS, 0 4 PRODUCE.: '

_.a|misdemeanor?* who takes or kiU'tmore. than' three; prosecution'" < .w' M" fc'"ww ir. _, Section 201-2.' !t'Any person convict .. """, ..- .,. . .

t ,. ;- tioh'thereof, 'shall 'be punished by a buck deer five turkey gobblers or five Failure\ to Perform ; ed by the courts under provisions o f4a4444444a4444044 004004 .00 . .... ...

<' fine of not less than ten dollars not hundred of other bird I! Duty. this act who fails to 'pay the fines imposed .
any game species i Section' 18. Officer Failing to Perform ,- s We sell field
and garden seed. of all kind.. .
it'T ore- than twenty-five dollars for each L herein shall be imprisoned a *
one shall ;j
open DutyAny" official officer We give special attention to
or fitting out hunting and camping part&&..
for misdemeanor.
offense. .
,. q;' | be guilty of a misdemeanor, and up. |,warden, who shall fail to perform a Free delivery in city. limits. Phone No. 12.
i e Pheasants. I on conviction shall be Section 27. All general and local 1. We are county agents' for
JCoJOd fertilizers.
t I f I punished by .a any act, duty or obligation enjoined Ask us fir 'circular tad ,
Section Pheasants Protected fine of laws and parts of general laws i in prices on fertilizers. '
...< -i not more -than five hundred
I upon him by the provision's of the
L, t. .Any person wno takes, captures, o dollars for each. offense, or imprison. conflict with the provisions o.f this , -... -.---
laws of this state shall beI .
i game ,
x ---
., a kills; except .under permit, any'ruf- I ment in the county jail not exceeding act are hereby repealed. --- ---- -
:' punished by a fine of not less thani
j ., Y Li': :fed :'grouse (pheasants), Mongolian;?'1'isix months, or'both by such fine and I j
i fifty-nor more'than hundred dol-
t "2 :; { Chinese or English pheasants, or-other; Imprisonment lars.I one' GIVE "SYRUP OF FlOS" *
i ..c s imported game birds, before December I t
1./ i,' ; 1, 1915, and, thereafter 'fromNovember Report of Prosecution..
,/ : only Section 12. Selling: Game Prohib- I j For :
i .Section 19. Report of. Prosecutions Bargains
,' aa' 20 to December 20 follow 'I.Ued-Any firm i'
7r 1n person, or corporation to State Commi&8ionersEverycourt Delicious "Fruit l-axatlve" can't harm
1 1. 4 ing shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, who at any time of the year, I or clerk of any court: before tender little Stomach, liver ,

i t ;;. Fe"t and upon conviction shall be punishedby 1 j shall\ barter, sell or offer for saje, 'whom prosecution underhla and bowels.' .
any ;
I t a fine of not less than ten dollarsnor
r any of the birds animals
\ game or -
protected chapter is commenced\ or shall on
i : go
.si more than. twenty-five dollars for by the laws of Florida,' either appeal and within .twenty days after Look at the tongue motherI! the

;, iri each offense. 'j under the name used in the laws of trial dismissal thereof shall coated, your little one's stomach, liver Buyer I
'. report -
\ and bowels need cleansing at once.
tol Certain Methods Florida under
Prohibited. or other
any name
f in writing the result thereof and When peevish cross listless,, doesn't
l fa! Section 6. Trap, snare, dead-fall,',I guise whatsoever, whether. lawfully the "Amount of the fine collected, i if sleep eat or act naturally or la fever '

l' Baiting, etc.,. Prohibited-Any personwho I lor unlawfully taken, shall be guilty off any and the disposition thereof, to ish stomach sour breath bad; has Five-acre farm just outside city limits, with good deep well
'' .1 ; bu1' shall at any time make use oy 'i a misdemeanor, and, upon conviction the ; state game and fish commissioner. sore throat diarrhoea, full of cold, givea of pure, soft water; 4-room house, fine place for small grove and

''aup any pitfall, dead-fall, scaffold, cage I'l shall be fined riot less than .ten dollars , I teaspoonful" of "California Syrup of poultry farm; with good high school, church and market privilege
'' I Figs, and In a few hours all the foul, This property is owned by a non-resident.
snare, .trap, net, saltlick, 'blind pen, nor more than twenty-five. dollars< Rules of Procedure. constipated waste, undigested food TEN Price $850. Terms. ,
r baited hook, or baited field, or. any for each 011'Jnse. Section 20. Pleading and Practise and sour bile genUy moves out of Its ACRE FARM '
other similar device little bowels without griping, and We have ten acres near the city limits" half cleared, in cultiva
vr any 'drug, Hunting Without License. you
Rules of Under this tion fine soil
Chapter-Two or have high, dry land, all fenced,
a'well pretty location
,playful child again. Ask ; owner is
'r t poison, chemical, or explosives for! Section 13. Hunting Without LIcense more offenses may'be charged in the your druggist for a 60-cent() bottle of non-resident and says "SELL." No reasonable offer turned down.

the purpose of injuring capturing, or I Prohibit-Any persqn who same affidavit, complaint, or indictment "California Syrup of Figs.. which contains This will make an excellent home well located, will pay to see it.

*'killing birds or animals, protected by hunts outside of the limits of the voting ' and proof as to a part ef a game full direction for babies children two 11 porches 2-100, acres stables adjoining, the city limits, had' six room house,

the game laws of this state, except 'precinct, ward or 'beat in which bird or animal shall be sufficient to of all ages and- for grownups.Adv. the place for a nice home.and with splendid good well city of pure soft water, Just
advantages, good
1 and
. trucking about
-- -, 60 young orange trees and
-- one bearing
., ') I tree, plenty timber fa rfarm purposes, 12100. Terms.


r .. < A widow has 60 acres very short distance from limit
;" Write or wire Menge Bros.,. For! most of this tract of land ia good citrus fruit land city ,
-There1 Little' fine
Lake' Front'of' '' grove on
Property Myers, Fla., for rate of.fare and schedule adjoining land, part excellent pasture 'and'trucking land, ''Just the
; Florida of steamers Suwanee and Corona place to enjoy the freedom of country life and yet,have the'ad .
r 'Left Ip For Sale vantages excellent school 'privileges church
.' and,good markt
'. plying between Fort Myers and Fort This place fs cheap at $50 per acre, but owner is desirous- of
'I Lauderdale via the famous Caloosahatchee to buy a rooming house, and will sell at a bargain selling .
: 'T 'HATE several .tracts directly on the shores of LakeTohopekaliga Lake Okeechobee Everglades and terms- if: necessary; investigate this'opportunity.. price and give "

', ;;'',,, r I that can be reached from Kissimmee Drainage Canals. The .most wonderful ORANGE GROVE PROPERTY. '.

r :; scenery in America. Wild bird 60 acres of orange land, also good farming land about'one' mile.
in fifteen minutes. They will be sold to the first 'and game life in profusion. Seminole from I 6) acres railway of -station, school and church I 6) acre bearing grove and 'e.

I i person who'makes a reasonable offer. Sold on Indians and alligators. 42-tfR. good land ready young to plant grapefruit to grove trees: 4,room besides house about stable.10 acre more

f A'' / .< easy-terms .or will exchange for property Kissimmee. at $'$4500 We .on favorable terms of payment. and a snap

4 V/ ., " investments.nave many other good farms, groves cattle.farms, and desirable
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-' : HOW cities in non-registration states, which I
include approximately sixty-three per and
cent of the population of Continental I
DIE IN FLORIDA United States. It does not Include I : will
North Carolina, which although not better What It Takes
within this registration area,furnishes ,
-Wil- -

DURINGJVERY YEAR understate all. cities'In law the accepted state having records a"population from I I Thurs of To Fit Your Foot

of one thousand of more.
1 HOW, MANY BABIES ARE, BORNNO It Is, to spread this movement in as and a ,
Florida that the State tioard'of i Health the land '- WelJaveJt"We t
is now making earnest efforts.; By
ONE KNOWS OR HAS EVER the acts of the Florida Legislature of occupa-and
KNOWN, AND THE STATE, 1899 (Chapter 4694)) the Board was 'to Have All Size In Stock
,, BOARD, OF HEALTH IS ,given the power to collect vital static .
\ Men' B toD
e TRYING TO FIND OUT, tics through.the municipalities of the
set ." .
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_. ':/), state, and it has adopted the' following I I of"'the . Ladle A to,E --
How many people die in Florida every plan: '
' '
iry. Red Shoe for Children
,'.' year? Each city is to appoint a registrarwho
n ,
What are the causes of death is to be paid twenty-five cents by the ( l
n F5f How many babies are born the State Board for each birth and hun year .. -' .
No one knows or ever has known, death reported to the Board; provided : c...,taA Seel! .It',a pleasure t. show ..,.. to4s.. '
and the State Board -Health U,trying that the standard forms of certificates : hundred M YFa .
,', to find out. adopted by the ;Federal Govern-,
t It information worth the trou- ment shall be used to make the reports ( DoIIoo-NarrisCo..F ES
../ ble and expense,It costs to get it? and these forms are furnished free of I I ,
Into Florida is pouring a,stream'''of cost; that the original certificates of 'I, _
::1' desirable homeseekers, who are stay births and deaths shall be sent by the ."
,: ; 1 1 \ng here to help build up the state and registrar to the State Board and thata ,
,,! 1, make it even more prosperous. Hundreds copy shall be kept in the local municipal -
tial woman. I can judge by the of a fuss
.i office that this office shall be ,
of thousands of dollars have been ; responsible '
for the of their! you un, "Then why do you want a divorce?" husband makes ", whether he'cares
of accuracy i 1
spent to advertise section
every j! ? "I don't actually want a divorce. I for me or not.=WaabinStar
records that the number of births and
Florida, and hundreds of advertisers ; '
/ Is .j[, merely to- apply for one', Then I .
have claimed for their particular localities -, deaths shall be reported within ten j,
''; that they are the "most healthful" per cent of accuracy; and finally ;'I -.. -
in the state, but not one of them all municipalities in Florida, having :' !
'_ bas had the authority to back the population of- two thousand or more !I' I
l atatement. This la a fact, because shall be. qualified Immediately' to supply ..
only three cities and no'rural com vital statistics to the State Board ,
Tnunity whatever, have or have had and that after being qualified, j
officially accurate recordi-of their be admitted'to the Registration ,
:, any
vital statistics: These three cities are of the United States. It Is proposednext : j'' 'The"
Jacksonville, Pensacola and KeyWestThese that all cities having a population (
the only communities whose of more thaii" 'ne thousand .u''K
I,'I' '\.sr;, ,;.records are, of births a and deaths are accepted less than two thousand,:Shall be!'qualified tmfu ei Drug.Gompany:
l7 < by the Federal Census Bureau and eventually the entiro state. i ,./t , ; .,!. ?
as .euf fieienlyaccun te.t.c.iI.\ :! bworlhy ?ftpf,, course,, this,\, plan, requirei. th "' 'Ii'7 .''''
of attention"or'.tb''be*lncofpbratedin'the necessary'legislation by,the city"coun \:' : : ;: : \ ;' '':". : it < Aii ,( 'y. '
[ : ,fo! .. $ .
\\ \ (> %j' y4 'r: \\-w. ,..1' I""*
Dubliehed reports of that bureau. cils of the municipalities to'put ,1ntforte >',/i;
"-The importance of accurate knowledge its provisions, and it is this SERVICE IN PRESCRIPTION'
about health matters, as a part the present efforts of the State '
wH1 of the .census reports has been recog- are being made to secure. By ] ARTl\1E T.
of 1910, the latest available
nizedsince' 1880 by the Federal au ceusus figures If
thorities. Through congressional enactment authority, there are I

the attention the matter of the haa.state been authorities broughtto !* greater cities in population Florida of, including two thousand the l'I : GOODS ''IN, THE SCHOOL- 'BOOK .1,

and the National Board has fixed already named. They contain ]
certain standards of requirements in than thirty percent of the ". '.,
order to secure uniformity of reports l of Florida. Most of the cities "
.. from the various states It has established have not already done so, are qualifying WHOLESOME DRINKS
,"the COLD ;
what /is known as the Registration to be admitted to list. ,
few that have not taken the '
Area, to which are admitted those '
states which are able to furnish the action, are being urged to do so. THE FOUNTAIN. '
figures regarding births and deaths The employment of a registrar .
: ..
each locality has been proved to '
within their boundaries and guarantee SCHOOL.
them to be within ten per cent of necess.iry, The; lack of such an FOR THE, ,
accuracy. It has provided also that heretofore has.been Important'reason -
I those cities In the non-registration why'the enactment of"
states, which keep their health records years ago has not been effective. -
cents for a detailed Now under
within the same degree of accuracy; reward of twenty-five new management "
report of each birth and {
may be admitted to the Registration '
I II Area has not been sufficient wishes to announce that many r'
I in '
.I states and the to secure from all the- 9 '
I'i So far twenty-twd
i District of Columbia have been placedon state reports of their cases, and improvements will be made in
without an atWe
deaths and births occur
this honor roll, besides.thirty.elght I
| the arrangement of our store':' ,

_.. .-...'- ? have the quality stocks-we I '' I in order to give .

the stocks.that are comprehensive ''>. '
I I .
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I to uto Inspect our. showing be '
up yo < ;
/ ., YO fore you buy elsewhere! anything' what1 I ; Competent: ,men 'engaged; in :. .
| I 'will give ''
ii .1 I. .ever in v 1 departments, : .1. : ;

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FURNITUREIt I'1 I phone"calls. ..' i

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The Kissimmee 'Valley Gazette.'I'clean it up. At first it was 'declared I CIRCULATION OF ART EXHIBIT TOT NARROWLY ESCAPESLYNCHING ;1:

_ 't1' : "It can't be'done." Well, it has been I l '

1 PUBLISHED EVERY done.. The officials of San Francisco 1 GAZETTLIIELPfULLETTERS :I
I OBCEOLA, COUNTY.' FLORIDA.W. have done away with the greater part .. T BE: DISPLAYED AT .---:-! ,....
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; ,&ti.he objectionable features of l'.ar- -r- r- from \\it '
(Continued 1)). :
: .77T r 7 OwnT?. (
HARRIS .. ..4.- bary Coast, showing that when officersof : RECEIVED TELL STORY -
sound for it had
Manager unmistakable
: _: _:__ : :. Editor1ancl'" I the law want to do their duty they 6F GOOD RESULT OF COtINTYSUUSClUlTION. an been heard in ., \
than once the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One on e year __._._..-_.__..-.._...._$!,St. can and do enforce the observance of I 4 4I ---. South more and Sheriff Ingram knew that 'I
:j '1 On copy si .months ___.._____. COry' One copy, three month. ______ _..4QAH j all laws no matter what the opposition. -. < 1 I he would have no negro to house an- ).

1 "ti : communications, except: : from. our authorised ,correspondents,-mut bi .-National' Weekly. I COPIES OFTHEMASTERPIECESBEAUIIFUL other -day or he would be forced to tf

:' aimed by the writer. nii. l. The two letters printed..below l "are' either lose his own life or take that "" "i"
Rejected matter will not be returned unless called l for. > of some good white man if he did not .11
i ---- ---.--,- -_- _- ..--_- -- - '. I I typical of the many kind i communications CARBONS AND, PHOTOGRAVURES take his prisoner and place him in hid. \f'.:/
,:, Entered at the Poatofflce In KU I linn>ee. Florida. a. econd-cUsi mall matter..tAN. Floridians will be gratified at received by the 'Valley Gazette at some distant place. .
,.:-- ... . ._ . __ I WILL BE SHOWN .ing
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'" energy and public spirit displayed. from persons to whom the paper has And showing his cool judgment and _, (
r, FRIDAY.OCTOaER31 101'3' :: I AT SCHOOL BUILDING and having no desire": to ,
: good sense .
_. . the meeting ,of the State Chamber, been, sent as a result, of the inscription \ THE \
i reItt = -- . .... : his friends
= = -r - '-'--- : : harm to and
- --- :: ; - --'---- ANEDUCATIONAL tlo bodilY' '
f -i --" -- ..'" .,. of Comnierca at Ocala.. ,- i of "the county-'commissioners. I ON NOVEMBER 10-14- neighbois, which his oath of office I

.. LEST'YE EDITORS FORGET'Gov. J 1 This organization has a wide, field They speak for themselves the resultof ; ,OPPOlf would force him to have done to proteCt :

\\t' Trammel! has been aroused by the Japanese m'enace. first I jof .influence before it and it,.appeals; I such distribution of our paper TUN'l'IY WITH A TWOFOLD his prisoner he placed the negro 'J
that i is in his auto some time between 7 smut,
I if going to take advantage of
i,: called to the attention of the people of Florida by Congressman Frank its Mr. S. J. Triplet-. S S AUV ANTACm. 8 o'clock and carried him to some place

t' Clark. But there will be no extra session of the legislature to deal opportunities t'or"good. to the public unknown.
with the ,question. The governor has gone into the' matter deep S "The meeting at Ocala took up some : Dear Sir: Although!; I am not a subscriber Shortly after Sheriff Ingram ,'1 left.

I enough learn that the leghlature would be powerless to interfere. very important matters full of moment to the Kissimmce Valley Gazette Recognizing the educational\ advantages with, his prisoner a crowd began ,collecting : ,
_ to the development of the state. I reading it through' the to be deiived from opportunities around the jail, and! by 8.30 '
Under the constitution of the state the have the
I present which 'lam to see good art, the Klss mnl e public o'clock nomd twenty or thirty deterrmined
J \j same 'right to colonize and acquire property in Florida that is guaranteed There are "many subjects: can courtesy' of some good ,Florida manor school has arranged with A. W. Uson men had arrived, when the

best be handled by a state organiza- woman, I suppose.. Will, just sayI for art exhibition of informed that the time
to the most favored foreigners; the same in fact that is Co. of Boston an deputy was had
vouchsafed to native born citizens. It 1e' time Florida J bad a new tion-ir-matters which are not properly truly enjoy it and read1 it-b&fore!! I 200 pictures held in the. school arrived for another negro to ,begin hit .
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.constitution.' within the duties of the commercial touch my own and 'adjoining County building November 10-14. trip to glory l>v the 'rope route. The
This collection, consisting in large i pieasingly informed the
'. II 'organizations of any one city or section t'' deputy very
papers. "
I The above paragraph'appeared in last week's issue of the Palatka'News' but which affect the entire state. I part of, ,carbons and photogravures crowd tlmt they were at perfect lib. '
I admire the editor in the way he i made directly'from the.original masterpieces erty to look through the jail, but the .
_ E and while we have no desire to rob the Congressman from this district of In this respect the state.organization is trying to impress and educate the I la selected by art experts. coon they sought/ had begun an auto- "

: any glory he might have captured in entering his protest on the floor of can find a wlniTo Vrtmo InHimfry im !/ and should ,attract large crowds: oll ride with Sheriff Ingram as companion _. _
One instance of this kind is in the far as possible. rpel'sons.! A ,small a Congress, against the colonizing'of Japanese inFlorida: nor being. credited correction and refutation of slanderous thai'god, the entire proceeds of which' of the jail proved the deputy was.correct. ,
1 Would like to ask a favor; that is, of the ex-
i 1 with calling down such an able writer and ,close! student of all things that publications about':'F-lorida. A after deducting the expense ,.
that you mail a sample copy to, the hibit will be used in tho purchase As yet it is not known upon what
i; affect our) .beloved state ,as Editor Russell, we take the privilege of saying recent article in the Saturday EveningPost following addresses as they seem to I pictures for }wall decoration in the charge! the negro will be tried but :1".1

-k, that the Valley Gazette in' its issue of July llth;-contained the following. teemed with misrepresentations be interested in Florida. school., The purpose of the. exhibition that njirt of the program will be filled .
t .in thui'tesiiy<< two-fold: .State's Landis at the "
experience of a ,new comer who was If this is asking too much it will in by Attorney
article .
Ti : I I First-To, RIM people an opportunity -I fall term of court.Thiit ;
ex'perienc'of a newcomer who'was. be alright; if'nott it will be appreciated. -I to see a collection of the world's Sum Silas! is alive' today Is due '

I i LAND'EOR JAPANESE IN FLORIDA TEditor Induced to invest in this state.; According Hoping to see you in the near |famous masterpieces of painting -to the coolness, the good judgment and

I b .' I <<: to the rost's article this man future I remain sculpluie anti architecture 1 I sound ense of Sheriff Ingram and
i I New York American was the victim of unscrupulous. land ,!Second; -To make it possible fur the ( hat officer is deserving of much credit
.1. ''" 4. :Sir: It is gratifying to me to read in your columns same facts 'I'sharks The Yours. truly S public to own a few of these .jm'tuie for the able manner in which he hat
f. :: .. .. .. concerning the Japanese question. The question i is, one to which I paper was called upon J W. IF. JONES. 'I in the school. thus fur handled ,the case.
for the name! of the author and for' This collection has been made by
.. 'I Tobasco O., Oct. 8 1913. --- .
given California
p great deal' of study long before the people of
the name af "the man alleged to have i, exp rtll. Every artist who knows howto CLAWGOES
L awakened to the peril that this. race ot people. was' bringing to I I been .swindled and the Post was assured The Kissimmee' Valley-Gazette, Kis. j draw at all has something to give FRANK .
their but the greatesteven
1 country. S of pl"RKur..and profit, :
that the case would be aimmee Florida.< j
% t.; I have just learned that a lawyer in Seattle has obtained an / have the most and' hcst to ICh'c. TO ENGLAND
investigated and if found to be asrpresented' Gentlemen.} A friend has'been What constitutes an artist? lie is
TI option on 80,0000 acres of land in Florida and is-eelling this land 1 1 himself
by the rost writer the in the flist place one who
'to Japanese.. I informed that this-'deal is 'hurried through handing me youI' paper for the! month : ,
I am : being : would knows how to see, and in the second
gtulty parties be called'to
./t as fast as possible. before the people 'wake up. ac and same is read With interest. When I place one 'who bus a gift foe makingus HI: :SA\S HI": is, MIT SICK JUST

A JOHN II, ARMSTRONG. count and the money lost by the investor I it comes to boosting your city the i I see with Til in. '|'IUn>-\\1LL UK ABSENTllOt"l'

,. Jt New Yory June 23. )-..-; ' : \ returned to him. Needless to Gazette is in a class by itself and the One great object of picture study is .\ THREE;"WEEKS.

/ '. say, the Post had to admit that it / itizcns should reciprocate by'ubsoib- that of opening the eyes to the beauty .

t ,- ,.,''Enclosed in letter. to the 'ditor from J. M. Willson, Jr., who is could not substantiate the story-' ing twice the 'amount now sulutcrjbed. all aroundhich nn nrtist'n t tilum-d '
('ye pel'('erven, while it IH liiHued 1 Lj t1 .4 h spending the .in New the above from the I which was a rather humiliating admission 'I and them
summer York was : send north und west and the others Tim! is the e'-sentiul, service Wa! ; New 'York and it tells of deal that is for a journal which claims of all diaw
-V V American a nearing completion . returns would be wonderful. If you treat men-to us up in H.-i-s has been nominated Postmaster S
I that it always investigates\ and verifies : measul' their' I level of in- /
that should be stopped at all hazards. have any idle copies that have been I !some own
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at (;)len Saint Mary and J. B. Griffin .
and iiiKniration ,
',:, "jf this land that has been purchased with the price of lives as good - i the assertions even of its advertisers ; subscribed for by "the council, would sieht. enjoyment '
lhvs of interest 'nvillcThe .
j pictuies arc to fin (Ii lr *
t '., }.;." men as'ever lived is to be handed over to an alien race and that before giving them admissionto I kindly ask that you include the name i both young and old, und the)' ate'tox- following Florida .

I r race one: that denies the existence of our God and Christ that knowst its columns. Neither the name, of of Theodore Castner New Marion\ Indiana pected to attract And. instruct! large postmastersuve -- .
I';' :, I \ been appointed:,<;ieorge F. Green,.
t 1 L / .not nor cares not for any country on earth save,that little overcrowd- _the: author nor its victim was pro on your free list, who will be Humbert .people Everyone !should' .

,., r : kingdom in the East, then it has come time for the spirits of those duced and the Post confessed that it an interested leader of your paper, l come. cross City; Frank F. Tenney, Federal:

S 'who battled with the Seminole and the Spaniard in the days of .'18 tot' I! had been "stung" and promised thatit and I presume in the near future a I'oint; John L. Klutts Pasa-a-grille;
f : i : .
S p > ":25 to return to arth and guide our steps back into the path of true' would print no more such deroga-,i citizen of Florida. Iexpect to come :| CW. WARD SEES Austin lit. Tucker, Richland; Edward
tory articles unless satisfied thor T. Manl.lp1 !Rmggold; Calvin V. Whit-,
T I' Americanism. by to in the
your country
.. "N nextlf'e'll" BOAT SINK AT SEA field Salem Avance Hart Wllmarth ,
S iCalitornia suffered because of the absence of laws permitting ough investigation that the statements I I will look your city over, as the I I I/ ; } ,

: :;. this.horde of brown men toacquire land until the people of that contained in them were true. .reports from. there are very flattenng. '. Randolph Young Whittier.

L t state and demanded that laws be them It is in matters, like this,. affectingthe Yours I i
I arpse enacted prohibiting from truly, j j SUCCEEDS I IN TAKING SIX PIC-
I whole state, that the State Chamber I'I' To the surprise of his colleagues
otvning "property_ there We all know the California will 1>f. G. FRENCH.. TURES. SHOWING THE BOAT
L :;; : now prosper r to .a greater extent than. ever before in its history for of Commerce can be of inestimable S Ontario Calif, Oct. 3, 1913. j 1/ today
4" :;jthere will be no pauper labor to contend with service, to Florida. The officers elect- # Jeave tonight for an ocean

J Lt 1 ? ,: ': If this'clas, is permitted to come into Florida it will force every ed at the Ocala meeting represent the SINKING. S trip to. England 'and return. lie de- "
j most active and intelligent citizenship DRAWING Of dar) ,d he thoroughly I worn out,
t 'tman working in a truck field .in the orange grove or on the farm to
-S r; f., " hunt other avocations;, for they will be underbid wages'to' such anextent of' the,state' and we may expect much )i t C W. Ward, who returned Wednek. from the long session of Congress and

S S .,f of important action' from' the body GOLf CLUB HOUSE day from a summer spent in Switzer. believed a sea voyage Would give him
,: that they cannot buy the necessities an American life demands. land, had an experience while on his -
S S If there is law to the into Florida then' during the coming year.-Tampa Tri more rest than anything else. Before
'no prevent Japs coming ; S 'voyage home that possibly has never
t public opinion should prevent them. 'X = bune.NcTsPECIAL. Sr' One of the best pieces of work it has before fallen to the lot of man. leaving; he made, the following stateanywvacation ..: ,,,
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t ., : \ '.1 , ,,. ': ,; t,' ," ..I, Mr Ward states that sail monH,1 ( U. .j'i '" ,
....-Ga ette,.July 11;. 1913.,.',, iKowTJitjinay been our privilege to see for many a a was d. ,: < ,
4 S ,S S ". S .J S "..l.'I' 5'.. ''S ', ''i'J.v I ,.:,!ij,: .:. SESSION.451SJNECESSARY .' II I."J..:., day is the drawing of the building to''not.sighted from "the,timeJJthe left r k .be n'h t.

t' be" possible.thatj, ,;\the/Hon.iFrankiClarksdeclaredhim8elf, e" ][ ? be erected by,the Kissimmee Club Coonthe -,i Gibraltar until|thday: .bforupheyreachedNewh1York..a1wn IIteadi1'! lmost rr yea withou I
?- *,j Jfc toC *-r w- II l **>rT1 **"1 l*""fl?> JVaWT1 1* ylfc--* <" yf'.mJ II1 west shore of the lake'justsouth : In the early ,
this Japanese subject. at ,some time somewhere prior to July llth,',but if I the trouble''which Frank. Clark: and ,of the city. The picture is on morning while on deck he noticed a and"I am tired Just '

4 : y"did it escaped: our notice nor did' and article bearing on the subject' some' few' others are trying to kick display in the window of the Citizens' ship at some distcnce and went to his tired. I expect. to sail from Bostonon
up about the necessity of a special"ses I Bank, and is attracting much atten-i stateroom far his camera, but decided the White Star Steamer Arabic-
: J : any: newspeper prior to that date although they might have appeared. sion of the legislature should deceive tion. The architect is L. Percival U it. I iI | not to attempt to take a picture next Tuesday for Liverpool. I

: : ': : ton of New York and Orlando. I > : as the distance was too great and began .
;' : ..As w "said above;we do not call attention to the part the Valley GazetteS no one. v I tovspend a week ten days in
: -- I This buliding will be leased b/ the packing his grips and otherwise or
.. l ; layed in bringing this subject before the people of Florida with any desire The congressional redistricting act I Kissimmee Golf Club and the real preparing-to disembark following England and then' return, being absent

r ' c5"Mt Clark t of any glory, nor to rile.the ire of Bro. Russell\], but just to may not have been as carefully drawnas pleasure the members will enjoy with- day. In a short time however, he all told about three weeks" ..
: in its was told that ship had been
doors and the thousand and one a sighted
it should been but it will
2' po eshTJbe> minds of our brother editors that the Valley Gazette is some have Answer , thrilling adventures its members will flying a distress signal when at once
the purpose and many of the best relate the went on deck, carrying hs: 'camera, ADVERTISED LETTERS
during first of
: e : Ipkts, even though the Honorable Frank doesn't. possibly know of its year occu- .
J : lawyers of the state as well as the pancy will top' Haggard's "She" by and found the ship he was aboard -

:'f t. ), fccnce, and Bra. Russell's memory ir, somewhat abbreviated.TALKING legislators who passed the law agree aeven points. And the ma \ who fails going at full speed to the one he had Remaining in the Poatoffiee at KisImmee -

S I., '.!.; r. :_ that four congressional districts were to accept an invitation to spend an noticed some time before. Uncalled For,
rJ I' .l evening there will not live long enough The ship Mr. Ward was aboard went
: rl't" '.'., ..... . .. ... two mills for dvertising, which with established and that the primary and to cease regretting It.KISSIMMEE within two hundred feet of the vessel Oct. 27.- 1913.

. ; .. .. } --5. S her' share of Lee county's assessmentfor the general 'election next year fan be in distress, and found it to be sinking Advertised .
: listfor.
i ; I held under the fast in fact she went down in two tho two we.k
_ t : KISSIMMEE legally act. minutes
S W publicity, places at Fort Myers'stlspoeal WIVES -
r.It after his vessel arrived., but. in ending November 9. 1913.
> A special session of S
- ,'V; aiulv : the legislature
S for
I a good sum making known that
r t t.minutei Mr. Ward succeeded
II \ I.' : ,,f. |j:* OSCEOLA ,COUNTY the resources and advantages of their flow would involve a heavy expense FEAR- NOT I in takifflf! six pictures the first Jinan, .Clyd Jp...I.| Kimball.sic\ )ti.. 8ueh..n. -.

: I" ( ..1*i- city., and it would require as well several! The editor of the Record recently showing the waves washing over the Collln. John W Mrs J F'

_S I j 'I' ," ,I .,.+ .'..,.. .... .'S..-0'I Sarasot .s new charter allows an special elections to fill vacancies that spent, a day' in Tampa and we wish to stern the the second the stern underwater Li'T"Kubnkv.' Lewis A Old.Montgomery, 'ChfirU. Rcbt., ,
exist in UM of assure some of"the ladies third only a small portion :vRhs. J H
; 1 THAT IS assessment one mill for advertising membership that body. of Bartow forward Powell. M C
showing, and the leav- Klllnon,
crew Clayborn
Ratlin I J N
"I i : DOING purposes, which will be used as Coun. On the other hand It Is quite.pos that things over there are not as bad ing the vessel in th- life-boats, the Kalrrloth. ]| Roy oapr.. J II
S cil sible that a contest on the' redistrict- as 'some. would have us believe. It fourth only the masts in sight, the KM?' HV Ii(>... ICdward
-tt: ::1 Kissimmee directs. Ijcrt. Robert Roberts. Will '
1n drain
to tbe val- Other cities have ing plan would result and the various would be perfectly safe for most any fifth just the tops of the masts and uatlln. t.fM. I4iver Mr. J D'
; t' t. being worked out by business may provlalelamade Bartow the boat containing the crew getting lien It D Thorp. .1>
1 S [ in thel interests would be hard to satisfy. husband to go there. We saw M III. J R
rcharters as Sarasota Taylor, A Q
from the
'L t S d land owners of Osceola coUn- away vessel to prevent being :Milton. A C \ .
t Governor Trammel! Attorney General only one real slit skirt and VeIh.MI. HUr"
assessment fund for we carried down S
for creating and .
be an a by suction the sixth Joni Mrs W n .
doubt is .
tL t project,no perfectlyand advertising purposes, but only the West Attorney Hudson of the could. not find it in our hearts to criti the boiling waters where the vessel B. B SIMPSON,

st-I S if. carried through 'will counties and cities 1!.. mentioned above railroad commission, and other well else the lady who, wore it. The part went down and the crew in. the life Postmaster.tIDN'T .
% in some vory fertile land to'eul4 known and able that showed boat. +n.
believe ,
by direct act of the. legislature, been lawyers that through the slit was real .

n Ip.ui: '; usands And Jret of there are of thousands the most authorized t to raise a tax for publicity the present act is adequate. That be- good looking, but her face AchI 11! Trot was Mr.saved Ward, and says brought that the to crew New of York.six; ) WANT TO TALK SHOP '
purposes on a one or two- mill assess: ing the case, an election can and will ting along with her was one of these The boat that went down was laden t .

ve land In' .Leon ,county un ment.-.Sarasota. Times. be held under. it and when the con peanuts with the bow at the back of with coal, and the crew stated that Dr. Paul

-S ,.and organizedeffort on .. gressmen who are elected go'to Wash his hat andXhe hat on the back of it sprung a leak the night before, and Edgar Creed, who was call- ,
for a time the water ed to the far end of...Long Island to
t 'of., :our people to get them ington with'their certificates of election his head pushing his was kept dawn
S THERE'LL BE A HOT TIME ears by the but finally the extract an
en ',nu 'oar'people awake to pumps pumps appendix, missed the last
duly certified by the secretary of and he was sucking a cigarette.-Polk got so choked with coal dust that .
_ ii.' 1/ n'Snt' re... If the lands .WHEN. DONEGAN GETS IN GAME state they will be seated without County Record. could not be worked when the distress they train back stayed over night in a miserable
.. hotel 'on
I Tallahassee :wore properly cul* State Senator Arthur ,E. Donegan question.-Pensacola Joumel. signal was raised to the masthead, and was waited at.

S ' I thv town would double in pop. of Kissimmee, is a probable candidate and lucky it was for that crew that breakfast by a sallow and cadaverous

; r I .' ,in 'ten year, -Tallahas..-. for governor according to the Jacksonville BIG. AUCTION SALE' OF Osceola: Telephone; Company Annual few another more ship minutes hove in sight for 'in a country girl. Safd she:
\ they would have
V Boiled
S 5 to. 'a, Metrop Ua. Mr.. Donegan is HORSES AND MULESAt Met.'ting..of Stockholders. held berths In Davy Jones' locker. "tongue., stewed. kidneys,
S fried
I $ ., -.:.- very popular in Osceola county; where Mr. Ward returns 'in good health liver I
[>LAFAILEDTQ he Is Notice is hereby given that the and will remain until late spring Said he:
S Klsslmme Annual
; r I largely Interested and if he enters \ Saturday November When
: J : ,!t.. TIlE TAX the race he will make it Interest- let, Beginning at 10 A. M. Meeting of Stockholders of the to Switzerland.he will\ probably return again I "Hang your .symptoms I Bring m.'

'S : I"# .ma, to-,be 'a general mls- ing for his opponent.-Florida Star. Those who are interested in horses Osceola Telephone Company will be something to eat."-Current Opinion. S
nWng} in regard to the two held at the office of the Company in
.', and moles should attend the big auction .
) ... : 'for publicity purposes, manyZJ" ITMCANT: BE 'DONE-BUT sale this Saturday, at Waters A: the City of iTlssiaimee, Osceola County -\ S

S ? ; per' impression that .it;,is Time and again people of cities are Carson's stables, .at Kissimmee. They In the State of Florida, on Monday, ,
S had a fine. drove of good woung TennelSee' the 10th day of November .
WIde' "SI1re. Acts, were told, when the enforcement of certain 1913 at : .
.. ,; t"'the last giving laws horses and mules consigned to 12 o'clock noon of said day for the ; : .,
: tf legislature are demanded "It can't be done. them for absolute sale. They are now '- .
t. Monroe mnd Osceola counties But if officers are determined andhone.t at their stables and all who have seen purpose of electing', Board of DI- The Greatest Moving \\1

I *" : ;,"and Lee county a two-mill 'it 'can",be done' and is" being them readily ,pronounce" them to be a rectors and for the transaction of such WHY Picture Being Shown. : ,.

Florida cities first-class lot of young' stock. Both other business as may legally come be 1 T ..
i" etSs1ng. In done. Nearly :every city has driven horses and '
They are all well fore the It Tell the True Life -
S < ,. : ; of. legislature author-. out the public gamblers, yet it was broke and ready tor use at once. Will including the consideration ,

4 ,1 r:: Js7and >Kisimme to assess said, "1t' can't be done." It was said be sold privately until Saturday. when of official reports and the Story.AT .

t-1 _ ,.Leesburg and Lakeland a the Sunday jaws could not be enforced; every remaining horee or mule will approval and ratification of all actions 'S '

I f '1 Itjjfor publicity purposes. '\ 1 but of late years they are being obey-,I then auctioned Some good off to the highest. of the, : Board of Directors since the The Theater''S S
bargains last'
S S , .T.p,. rtdnst to Fort Myers char ,ed. San"Francisco had 'a plague spot I bound to be had at a sale of this kind are holders' Annual of the Meeting of the Stock. Dixie. :

S .- th6t e ty'e 'right,to assess ]known, .. 'th*'.Barbary, Coast., .Offl-j and those interested should be on bawltSt7da7 Company. S .
$5 te"said' e1lOna.propert. cials surged; by to'r lIext morning at-Kissimuee. : ,w E.,0.:VANS AGNEW j ', ' .
), . ),. j. were the'citizens. :4 ] Tomorrow,Saturdajr/Matinee/ /l'
/ rt. 4.;' ;.J i; / 'iI": ': ,! ' t If.tst Secretary. = ... and" Night, ;
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the.past four ,.
Published Every Friday 87 years 0 - - ,

Mrs Harry W. 'Thurman left "The genteel f orderly cpooka will JT \ '. ,
Woo t* MAKK1S.Weather j Tues tlonwl&'hkt for.Philadelphia, where for nnocent'carnivlli tonight, ; .

c- -:-- j J I relatives and she friends.will be the guest' of <<*00 likewise spooks, the the latter bad and while boisterous few in .* 'Tis Distinction in Dress : < ; : I'I'If

Report Tuesday, November 24th, there will <* are. both costly and dangerous, <00 ,. .' ,.;..' ':':\\1\1I \ :,

I I League on of the American Woman's 00< To prevent.lhis class of bad I, .. ____ _, __ .. .____ _" ..
--- -- ----
members at7:80p.. TH. Ttereshments O- pooks from doing'd.m: &o' to' ,r
will he aerv d. Followingarethedafy temperatures < we thinkjt would be advisable for-*
' 'precipitation The editor of the Valley Gazette has <*, the mayor to appoint a few extra* '
as I 1'
, by the Government' accepted the an i invitation i to speak before <* policemen to serve from 10 p. m. < ., Gotten at Katz's .Dry Goods and Clothing .' '
" w reported Board of Trade at West Palm <00 to 6 a. m. 'These '
extra policemen <* Corner'Our '
:y:' station, at Kissimmee for the t Beach on Monday night, and will leave
,':;t((1 i week ending Oct. ,30, 1913. for that city Sunday.C. <* any arrests, but the. fact that << "is Very Nearly ,Complete, the Second Floor, Being >- '

ft" .. u7ar.Min Rain Narcoossee. E. Dentg, local manager of the <*4 they salutary are on effect duty will*have a very_<. \' Devoted to' Ladies Ready to Wear Gar- a ,

, J .... 84 68 Farm and Townsite Co. <* _
Friday .70 *
':A -- at Narcoossee, was In the city Mondayhi men(..
,, Saturday ,.--- 78 60 .._ attending to matters connected with] < acted
I i Sunday ..__. 79 52 _.._ s J ; upon and,interested parties <
?> company < will take notice '
that those *
J com- Come See Our Printzess Styles for New
J. :,. $ Monday ..---n. .79. 58 --- ofT I e regular meeting of the Board
; ;,'J'; J Tuesday .-.-? 75 67 10 County Commissioners will be held Injury to property will be puhislia .- *I '11' Bulgarian, Silks, New Sweaters, New Sashes

Wednesday .,. 76 67 .43 'j on Monday;' when matters of extreme ed. ;, ;.;, ,,' .
JAMES' W LILLY <* ,1 '
importance to this ,:
S Thursday., 77 63 .__ county will be con 0 '
? sidered. <00 Mayor. <* :' If You Are Interested Ask to See the New ;$

000' ..OOO.o .o..tO t Don't fail to see the talking picJ I < < < < e444o44< < e444004aoo + ; ,I,; '" Things that We Have to Show You in Our Silk a '

.. lures morrow at matinee th'e Pastime and tonight night, ,for and it to is. .-1 County Commissioner A. F. Bass, ,, / ::':I,,:: ,'', ", Department. Crepe Meteore, Crepe de 'Chine ; '

hardly probable you'll have the representing\ the St. Cloud district I ' and Many Other for '
oppor in ; Dainty Things Evening ;
tunity again was the city Saturday looking afte
THE LOCAL FIELD f soon.We're the cattle market and attending I r' Wear
rJ : to : ;, AT ts ,I,
to have other business. ; \ i,
"Baby Day" attheJnal'Bt ' '
't :) ..,
" ,'zi .
Shop aurJJaY-JhQwiDJUots ' '
-- oT Thew bonnets Revr-J.-D.-Sibert-retumed-Tue8dasH ,''L', ,". \',,') --"' ;': -- -
7 7 y bootees and ;J ,
; ,(
from Live Oak where ,
mittens, warm crib blankets, and other he'spent two ", .. ," iI'A' "
:,:::.. Heinz Pickles, all varieties, at R. S.Floyd's. a belongings. 45-lt weeks assisting the local pastor at a a , J, 'l"f"i .- ,,. i I 1
( revival. The Methodists in this city \r"t ','," '", <>.
\ "
43tf Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Hacketfcf) St will begin a revival on the 23rd of No ," ti i 'I": -- t, ;"\ ,s. K t I'
: Cloud,' the former pastor' of the Pres vember, and Mr. Sibert will be assisted ' ;I l : '. -- ,',;\\n'f'r \
!,I Latest!at Stanford's novelties in Egyptian'neck', byterian church at that*'place, spent in this good work by one'of the ,,:, '\" :: ,, 4' , .,
wear, 45-lt '
; : Thursday in Kissimmee guests at 'the ablest divines in the niata. Katz Korner

,, New line men' sweaters' F. H. Presbyterian manse. The ladies of Sedgwick Circle Were ,

J';,: Lawson Regular meeting of St. John's Guild very pleasantly entertained at the ',

Born to'Mr, and'Mrs. Paul' Nettles, will, be held at the home of Mrs. Clay home-of E."A.' Blenis on Wednesday, ..

: !Friday, October 24th, a, son. Johnson, Tuesday, November 4, at 3:30: the 22nd. Light refreshments were ""I
'" p. m. All ladies of the Episcopal served at 4 p. m. A beautiful hand-

,:, I", Marvel Flour, new spring wheat product church, invited. painted salad dish was presented to

:"!1i at R. S. Floyd's. _4- 43-tf 'Mrs. I). C. Lee, formerly of Kissim also Mrs aa Cosner.president it of being our her circle.birthday, I ..a t

moo, but now of Baltimore, Md., arrived i-
!; i C;, K. Parker made a business trip in the--city: Monday night on a News has reached the city that' Mrs.. ATLANTIC COAST BIG CATTLE' DEAL i " ,

\ to Apopka and Zellwood Thursday. visit to the family of her brother-in- John A.'Huffman. mother of Mrs. G. ,I '."
"' law, lion Jno. M. Lee. F. Parker, died at Camden, Ohio, October MADE IN ORLANDOGILMORE Miss: M. V. WoodwardMILLINERY
'Fp'i: W. II. Brokaw with'Griffing Broth. I .h' 1'
23rd, at the age 'Of 74. Mrs LINE FLYER IS TO : '{;J, cm, the tree people. 40-tf The State Bank is dHtrroincd Huffman was well known to our people, '. '1f ,
r,i I to throw guard around the having several winters here '
every mon spent I """
:::,. :Marvel Flour, new spring. wheat product ey of its depositors, and to that end and last winter was the guest of ho* FARTIX BELLS TO Og- .. ' ,'

..,. 'at. R. S. Floyd's.. 43-tf' hus,installed a Victor patent manganese daughter. Besides Mrs. Parker de- BE A HIGH. STEPPER CEOLA COUNTY PARTIES >,
safe. leased leaves another daughter, Mrs.
'!Trunks bags and valises. 1<'. II.I.uuson. W. B. McMurray of Jacksonville. : FOR $20.000. .
'45-lt Mits Myrtilla F. Beals, graduate of '
Maine Wesleyan Conservatory, of Music We are requested to call attention WILL MAKE ONLY THREE STOPS

:Marvel Flour, new spring wheat product wishes to announce that she offers to the city\ ordinance prohibiting the A considerable deal in cattle was

at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf her services in teaching piano and har throwing of trash or 'waste paper in Consummated in Orlando yesterday J 118 BroadwayKissimmee
mony, Saturday only. 24 Main S\\.. 452p the streets.; H. N. Bratton, who is BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND when Messrs. i:. L. Lesley Rull Bass

The best of work shoes. F. 11., head, of the street cleaning force,, TAMPA AND WILL HAVE A and W. E.f.: Smith, of Kissimmeo, pur- I Florida
Lawson 45-tl C. II. Allen, of Kissimmee, Was' states that the practice is becominga SPEED OF NEARLY FORTY I chased the cattle belonging to Gil- ,, -, -
I, among business visitors from the nuisance, and that 'unless it is discontinued more Partin, the consideration being' .
H,;: Heine Pickles, all varieties, at R. S. Osceola capital upending yesterday in, somebody will have to ap I $20,000. e ...1et

\ Floyd's. 43tf the city, making headquarters at the. pear before his honor* the mayor and Mr. Partln'a ranch is located in the I' - - .. ....

.' DeSoto.Tampa Tribune. explain.T. With only three stops scheduled inthe. eastern part of Orange county, and is'' 1 I

.,,1" Leonard Williams of Loughman was Frank Talman, who has been ill at L. Hudson and wife arrived here 243 miles between Tampa and one of the biggest .and best cattle' :, BIG IMPROVEMENT .
in this .
transacting business. this city Wednesday the home of his mother on Aderhold Jacksonville, the Coast Line's new ranges sectionMr.
yesterday from Lincoln III., and will :,
:" street/ for the past ten days, was taken remain until late spring.Mr.. Hudson "Tampa Special" will begin operatingon kings.of Lesley Osceola is one of and the is cattle Mr..I IN CONTEMPLATIONJ.
county so
: to Tampa by Dr. W. L. Winn on Wed has reached the advanced age of 95 November 3rd. making the
Circuit Clerk John L. Ovorstrect Bass, while Mr.' Smith is well-to-do
in hours the Tampa .
for seven -
and in sanitarium run says
nesday placed a and is as hale and hearty as !
made a abort trip to Whi tier Tuesday years Business man of that place. x
Tribune. Palatka. Sanford and Lake.
of this week. treatment a man of 65. He attributes much of Mr. Lesley recently sold his individual M. WILLSON, JR., SAYS THA1V"X
land the only regular stops. Pa
his youthful vigor to the fact that he are stock to Mr. C. A. Carson of KISSIMMEE WILL ,BE HIS
D. T. Usher, who makes his homeat latka for the East Coast, Georgia
week end. his winters in Kissimmee,
B. Woodham the spends ,
K. was his Kissimmee. though he retained Inter- HOME TILL THE END.
Charlotte, N. C., but spends winters Southern--and Florida and the Coast ,
Little where the breeze that blows from
of his friend Desmond ever
guest here soliciting for a New York Line's Florida Southern connection est in other cattle companies. Many
at his home near Narcoos8ee.I fruit commission house, arrived last off the lake is one great volume of Sanford for change of engines and, car loads of cattle have been shipped -

I week and is looking after the trade in life-giving ozone.J. ) Lakeland for the many connections recently from Kls8 mmeo''to points in In this Issue will be found an advertisement -
miss the
Ladies do opportunity
not ; and the, West, much of the stock going to of J. M. Willson Jr., wherein
citrus fruit. centering at that point. Orlando
of being shown our new line of neckwear W. Thompson president of the
Kissimmee are shown on the time cardas the famous 101 Ranch in pieces of property are offered for sale,
II. C; Stanford Co. 45-lt "Why," one of the greatest pictures council who has spent the past monthat flag stops, while Plant City will The activity of the demand for cattle the money for which, Mr. Willson ,

,- G. F. Parker spent Wednesday; ever shown on the screen, will be seen White Springs. and points in Geor cause a hesitation in the schedule just emphasizes the profitable future possible states, will ,be 'Used to make improve'ments
and the gia, returned to the-city Friday afternoon for the business,in Florida.-Orlando -.] in that will male '
,; transacting business at Miami, forida' at the Dixie tomorrow peri i thatit 'l long enough for the engineer to come a manner
j. lie. : son who misses seeing it will miss one last. Mr. Thompson stated to full stop and blow for the Sea. Sentinel. cities five times the size of Kissimme S p
!tat> coast metro ,: ji&.<'y.L.ffy'A from a
?} the did a person good to get away take fresh hitch in their .l1u.... + ,
thrown f
"iffltewa;",; "" ,"'f\t'v.ff-i' ota large of plctu re'show' ': );r'"''t I Kissimmee for awhile and' see three to five minutes I Mr. Wdlson says that somehow the :. ,'
I' We'announce"the'.rrlv.1 screen a '. would l stops ,will be from . I ALLOWEEN NIGHT ', kw'\ t
other J cities, for.\ then;:they >!: '
[and| beautiful assortment'of.ladies > : each in duration. rumor was circulated that he Intended a 'f
!\vaiBtB.1HJCjf Stanford Co. W, 45-lt "wjHrs. Henry R. Overstreet returned convinced !beyond'any'further"argunent Southbound the special will be No. leaving -Kissimmee, but that there) 1
Sunday from .Detroit, Mich., where that Kissimmee was the pretties 91, leaving Jacksonville at 9 a. m. and AT'C"APJfR HOUSEThe : never was and never will be any foundation :-: .-
'Eight good mules, wagons and harness she spent the summer. She was accompanied the cleanest and the most prosperous arriving in Tampa at 4 p. m. Northbound for It; that of all the places he (
here her mother, who city in! the South. at ever saw this city suits him best and
for sale at a bargain. I* H. In by No. 92 will leave Tampa !'I fi
winter her that he intends to make It his bom '; ] wJ
remain through the as I In Jacksonville .J
will 12:30 arriving
gram. 40-tf Attorney E. C. Adkins, of St. Louis. : p. m., following interesting programwill just so long as he is permitted to .... '

'. guest. was in the city last Saturday, going at'7:30 p. m.Comparison. between the Tampa rendered tonight at the Chapter main on top of ground He farther', i
A. Er Drought, St. Cloud's prominent to Cloud, where he cross-examined House, the entertainment being
W. Thurman, proprietor of St. and the Seaboard Limited, says that he has every confidence in
real estate and insurance agent, Harry and president of the Dr. O. L. Burckmaster in a damage; Special six and a given by the ladies of the Christian Kissimmee being the largest inland )
the Graystone which is now operating on a
spent Wednesday here. that is developing Thurman suit brought against the United Railways half hour schedule,' but which will church, for the benefit of the junioraid city: in Florida, in a few .a it
"J company of St. Louis, by Jan. D. Burton. of that denomination cleanest '
Co. :
suburb already is the prettiest, the
latest on in six hollrs'after January
Rent .For Kissimmee's make the trip f
Furnished Rooms for ; City Burckmaster attended Mr. -
Dr. and the healthiest and has the best
of the lake, was a busi. interesting.The .
cards at the Gs> the west shore the accident until his .3, is "Assembly1 cornet-Miss Ellis. .
Sale and For Rent Jacksonville on Tues- Burton after minimum of people on earth as its inhabitant
visitor to Special, allowing a .
cents ness H. D, Geiger of this city 'Chorus, Mr. Weidler's clacs. '
zette office, 10 each recovery. five minutes for the three! regular ....iER
day. represented Mr. Burton at tho cross- Song, Miss Alma Griffin, Miss *, *i
in six and
243 miles
of Dr. Burckmaster, stops run Thomason pianistRecitation -MAYOR COLVIN DEAD
Mrs. 'J II. Gibbs of Lyons, Ga., is Duck and wife have arrived examination hours, at an average '
Lavalette three-quarters
whose'evidence in the case is considered Miss May Winn. H. D. Colvin, the first mayor of St. ,
here for a brief'visit with her brothers from Angelsea, N: J., and as has speed of nearly thirty-five miles an Piano Bolo. Mr. Cooper. Cloud, died very suddenly in the early

C. W., John and E. P. Dann. been their custom\ for several years hour Ifno other stops were made. Taking Song, Miss O'Berry, Mill Thomason morning hours of October 21st at hi* tnankee
/I'L. representing the'Tampa past will spend the winter, returning rehearsals -for the operetta I into consideration full stops forcrossings anhatRecitation late residence,'and was buried by the'Masonic :
A. Steffee Mr. Buck is of three
north in the late spring. benefitof taking '' ether'.W
week soliciting which is to be given for the.- Miss Eleanor Van Duzer. Fraternity of St. Cloud lathe
Times, was here this connected with a line of pleasure boats held minutes each in stopping and regaining ens*
House are being Violin, Mrs. Bullock and Mr. Brown. afternoon. Mr. Colvin had been in
business for that splendid paper. that operate from Angelsea. during the on the Wednesday Chapter, Thursday, Friday and I full speed, and the usual will stops for Reading Mrs. Cook. poor health for the past two years- . b* yt'

Do not fear this cold weather; buy, summer, Saturday; evenings. If those who i water and orders, the Special milesan havea i Song' M.s.< Cooper, Mr., Cooper, at from a stroke of paralysis, and seldom 'j r" leperst.t.?-
a light-weight, wool shirt waist and for have promised to take part will attend I running time of nearly. fifty piano. left his home. His term of office wast "..'f r j
II '.C. Stanford Co. 66-lt W. B. Collins', who is responsible the at least two rehearsals a week their hour. Piano duet. Miss Hirst. and Miss under trying, conditions and full of' ,, ''f f .. 3
of scheduled
keep warm.
edition will have
the splendid booster will greatly appreciated The limited seven Robinson. vexations, usual in a newly organized be eon+ r
Larry L. Pope, one of Loughman's Valley Gazette issued in July morning, -spent both by the ladies, of-the society and stops-on its six hour total run from time Song, Mrs Norton. municipality. Comrade 'Colvin was ben' they
this If
representative business men, was a last night here, leaving that by Mrs. Herrington, who has ehabest Tampa Jacksonville. does Chorus, Mr. Weidler's class. recognized as a man of executive abil 1'
business visitor to Kissimmee yesterday for Lakeland. Mr. Collins states The cast includes lost in makingthe seven stops "Taps" Miss Ellis.Chausette ity. His widow and one son. residing? : 41
he has contracted to get out a booster singer willing to nqt-amount to more than thirty-min in St. Cloud, survive him, and havethe
local talent. Any / *0
and time theLimited Sock Social
edition for the Sanford Herald Mrs. Hernngton utes a minimum amount of ( ) entire community. '
take part, may call up speedof "This little sock give to 'CPoud'Tribune .
for the work week. will have an average we you St.
tombstone next
If It's the best will begin! { 239 R. ,
l least you'relooking for, W. D. phone thirty-eight and a fraction miles Is not for you to wear.
money have arrivedin train also stops for Please multiply size by two ,
White Bronze for Hartley and wife 'Fla. an hour. This your
A. ,
it. W. Nai coossee
J. Sumner has Jessie Hill, of WHAT ORANGE COUNTY WILL DO
111. Mrs. water and orders And place therein with care, ,
42-" the city from Walnut Hill, coming J. oil railway crossings, X fr
your order. in the hope that Mrs. Hartley's is visiting Mrs. Jessie Mrs.BrancJJ.North Hill's and when total lost time is deducted, In pennies or In cents; Orange county proposes to construct 1 !r *
who here So far Orange avenue. If not Just twice the number that wear brick roads over the following route.:, i' ONtfVtTuea
C. D. Carroll, wife and son, own might be benefited. and general 1 running time will equal surpass ;you .'
north of Nar health much pleased with Kis- husband ie postmaster a that of the Special. (We hope it is Immense;) Oakland to Orlando via Winter Garden -' , .3
a splendid home just and in addition '
very .
visitors to,the city Mon. they are and i if Mrs. Hartley's health merchant at Narcoossee, successful Which train will make the fastest So, if you wear a No. 10; and Ocoee; Orlando to Zellwoodr n.,, ;
coossee. were is a
eimmee, his business
they will purchase to running time is a matter of specula. You owe ur 20. See? via Apopka and Lockhart; from the
day continues to ,improve and locate permanently. fruit grower. He owns a largo orange tion among local railroad men, with Which fill our hearts with Osceola county line to the Seminole.. 4 1 1I
his trees -ho #_
- Mrs. C. L. Bandy and Miss Corinne property grove end among full the majority contending that the Seaboard And if you cannot: come, why send; county line via Taft; PineCastle Orlando -
Gilbert have returned front a month has a dozen lemon trees that of are these will\ carry off the honors. In We'll know by that you're our friend.' j Winter Park and Maitland; Orlando ' .;' a ,

spent in the mountains of ?North' Carolina. Hollis reached the city,Tuesday of fruit this year. A sample Sentinel editors 'any event, some fast time will be made Now, if you have a friend quite dear I east ,,,la' Conway at, least five- .. e.ented by '
0. D. Kansas. He owns kmons left with the : this season and every day's trains will\ You'd like to bring with you, miles; Orlando. east, on Fort Christmas "
Wichita, .beautifully -
from miles east of the large, smooth and be watched with interest by railroad- Or if you know some one who'll come road at least three miles. 'It
G. F. Parker has moved his law offices I a I small grove a purchased few a year ago colored as though it had just.arrived ers and the public alike. We'll gladly give you two. And it Is further proposed to' construct -'

to the rooms over Cole's jewelry city which ho and says he is more from Sicily.-Orlando Sentinel.Ernest Tampa gains an additional train a' So don't forget the time and date-: one- hundred'thousand dollars' t pduri

store; lately occupied by Dr. E. Der-I! without seeing with it, his' trade. Mr. Hollia Green, our sign writer and day making a total of seven between We'll answer when/ you knock, worth of hard surface roads from some' r. oecf.cely
pleased outstretchedarms other material besides brick
byshire for Kissim and Jacksonville with the And welcome you with most kS '
this city
predicts great things up-to-date decorator, moved his shop to inauguration of the Special, the 'CoastLine likely of sand clay,"which is eucepty; 1 towhat
I Married October 27th, at Shingle mee and says it is the most old YaJley Gazette building on October running! four trains each way But DON'T FORGET, THE SOCK. able in receiving a surface, oil bath. fH. I

Creek.Wilbur S. Ritch'and Miss Debbie - ,city he has visited. 1st. Mr. Green, has surrounded while the Seaboard operates three. In .'Er S.

M. Keene G. F. Parker performing with the Special, the Coast AGED LADY
and Mrs. Paul" Klinkhammerand himself with a corps of real artists, conjunction DEATH OF AN '. d
the eeremony.F. Minn., Line operates another fast traintleav
of class ,
Chas Neid last week. Mr. men who can handle any ing Tampa at the present time at 11:15: Mrs. M. A. Rice passed away Friday Notice' is hereby given that all'Anto-i lywo
W. Hill, the postmastermerchantat arrived in the city such as signs, pictorial decorations, in addition to the two locals. October 24, at 10 a. m., after a'',
the promi- the winter a., m. mobile Licenses due and payable sly:
Narcoossee Among will spend from injuries
was Neid of Kissim finishing, bulletin boards orpainting the Seaboard operates two locals and lingering illness resulting -
nent out of town people who were property just north Klinkhammerhave inside anything any'here. the Limited, making it possible for a received when she fell down a let, 1913. If the licenses remain . ,ff emarh

here Monday: sea-, while Mr.: and Mrs., home in the decorating Tampa or :Jacksonville business nan' stairway some weeks Mrs. Rice' unpaid November 1st, 1918, ''"'
purchased a nice/ ,' Mr. Green refers to any,reputable : either city at at the home other daughter
has been
reside to catch a train for [informations will be'filed. ;, of
M. T. Tindall, a P ""P'nt'i' eland ,and will become permanent Kissimmee or OJeeoJaCOUD B. Poe for the and r'
in Nareooeeee' city have been..ead. citizen In nearly any hour through the day.. Mrs. G. summer ...Employment and all other:.Licenses (
fruit families,
grower Ki.- ts. Both character of his worked was never,: out of danger aft rthe. accident. -
'U time. to the
'section, was a bulanesa visitor era of the Gatette for some as '. . > ;were also due and payable October

simmee ,Saturday.Mra of letterroar business'standing.W. LAYMEN! MEETINGThe The remains were taken to Charleston 1st, ,'and must be, paid to) the Coonty- act ,

; Swarthout, of Pine Js-: W'L.. Poulk Is Ga in:,receipt saying that a E. S. II. Arnold, contractor and In build laymen will meet as usual next S. Cn on .saturdaY 'of last weekand'interred in Tax Collector C,,L. Bandy, at one."' :i ;
B. Reynolds, office con Cemetery
and at Magnolia
land, Minn. arrived Wednesday nightto who left here two months er, will have a shop : Sunday at 3.20 in the Pastime theater. e .:;, IL. D.. GEIGER, 'ft
Iceland algatinted'
the let city.
home of of North Carolina with 'Ernest Green, and bring your friends and .
the nection Come hadmade
at mountains ;
old and County Prosecuting Attorney.Mrs.
winter 68
the the --
Ricewas ,
spend for :Mrs. years
,Verona street ago that his health might land decorator, in the old Valley -, us make this the best, meeting yet "' ....
9.- f.,NewhoQI, 411 In the hope p was the her home at Charleston all her
last Sunday
be a most atquesti n- Gazette building _on Darlington held. The meting and life.' She la survived 'by only due .. Jas.Dale leaves this af i '
ReT. 'a B;Guy of Whittier was here ill npand habit is on y' n will cater to the ptaelic best up to that time, both in spirit will daughter, Mrs.-G. B. ,Poe. of this city. :for' St. Cloud for a brief 'vicJt, ".. ,',
Mr. ebrenn r
that M Wi
during 1 end will come avenue, in number ? Miss Dale 4 i
and her Lilly
the a
of daughter
a few hours Tuesday 1of time when She wail a member Christian
in his line. Shop !
and Klt-
everything of friends work In anything lead the in the School at that '
loved host me.ting.W er pi
time stated h. Beeland has a Preaibl church in Charleston, .
drainage will be 186 4S-2tp, H. Jones, t .
the ; this ;news house phone ,
everybody on ,earth except /Immee, to .\.whom! phone 283;
the last 'i .. \
law passed at ,most g.I "
,the legislatur i.tres'l .; H
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tJIJ; OCTOBER 31 1.11.
FRIDAY, : ,:

t J- ; \..,. y. .,.;", f F k., .. :, WE WANT A GOOD AGENT C..ItTER. 'lYaYlYt''fi'lt'ity'tYl! ! $'t i t'lit'i $ 'i 'i .

{ 1, ;v I ,'f' IB. Kiuuame aad.vicinity. A hustler can make good money representing The undersigned .citizens! desiring

I' ) .jt,. - the oldest and most modern ..Monumental.'Works in. ,Florida.!! Write!, us fort form profit,a and social to club become or socfety Incorporated not for a.

our most attractive proposition.THE such In the manner! h ctlarrr the I
laws of said State,
If' : CLAR. MONUMENT CO. Jacksonville Fla 43-4tpd .
j. S. pose and subscribe the Charter with
-'IIi ," -'- the Articles a. follows>> :
-.1 f. The* name of the corporation 1s
.L' FOR RENT.. "Klwslmmoe dolt Club)" its location '
.Il CLASSIFIED shall be In the City of Klsslmmev.
County of Osceola.. mate of Plorjda.) and WHY KISSmil--[
);, ADVERTISING FOR RENT-one Fight-room house, tho corporation shall exist) perpetually. i :
.0'--- : of tho
"", orr paved streetr'(22.50 per month. 2. The: shall Kcneral be the.object promotion of corporation social

:, One house with ,4 large rooms, five Intercourse among Its members, with .
( five Cents Per Line in all the right., powers and prlvllogeepermitted
closets Pinedale pretty by Chapter 4198<< of the Laws

''yJk ..:Each Insertion..... surroundings, cheap at $8'" per of Florida, entitled "An Act aa to Societies the
Social Clubs or -
..... .. .__........ Incorporation
I : ''',-u '; We also have some lands not for profit," Including the I i
t: t-.a.- inside collecting. of money under the name of . \2
Jr for
rent, place city'Jimitswith
FOR SALE. one fees, dues, fines, rents, stales or .otherwl -
'I l extra rich soil Nelson Realty i-, such as may be prescribed! In Uiebylaws '
horse. Apply to the end solely of 'promotingsocial '
f. FOR, SALE-Bay saddle 44-tf
company. Intercourse as aforesaid and not
, X to K.: G, Vans Agnew 22tf solely or dividends, and, to such end I ;
the acquiring holding leasing
FOR RENT--Comfortable bed room,
l FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE will centrally located. Large porch. 6 conveying mortgaging: .of sailing property, transferring, real and per and I BECAUSE it is the most favored city in! America as

sell ,my farm of 10. acrm, 3 room; Brack St. J. W. Prentis./ 42-tf, sonal. . ,1,1Yi
.' 8. Tho corporation'shall be managed health clImate' and fertility of soil. !Ii
{1.. house, 7 acres cleared and fenped, by a president. vice-preHldcnt. to .

2 acres fine young grovejust! coming; FOR RENT OR $ALE-Two-story shall together and.Rve constitute other members the Board, who of BECAUSE l has the equal of on earth = :
'a citizenry any
Into bearing, or will trade it for a store building on' Brack St. North Directors, until the bylaw.duly adopted !Ii it. :
Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf may otherwise provide; they shall. ,
house and lot in town. W. N. Jones and
be elected annually on the ftr..t.Ved* for'. intelligencemorality hospitality. '.
Loughman, ''Fla. 44-tf! DWELLINGS .for rent opply to M. nvndav. In February; the by-law. may :
.. .. prescribe the details of such election, .
-- --- Tiller. Ii' BECAUSE it school facilities unsurpassed
._ . and may. by amendment change tho has public
-- --- .
FOR QUICK SALE-Two-story eight- hate of the annual election.
room house, suitable for boarding FOR RENT-Unfurnished, $1 per 4. The member. Of the corporation m. students at Osceola High School enter t
I It week. 616 Penfield avenue.. 44tf shall consist of the undersigned and [ graduating
house, large porches on three sides, I _. the associated selected by the undorslirned -
located on paved street concrete' VOCAL- STUDIO, 203 Broadway"? room at of their this first Charter meeting, and after thereafter theapproval J5 i any' University in America without examination*] {

', 0 sidewalks, city water several young S.: Voices/! correctly placed and de be prescribed members In may bj--lawii may The BECAUSE it has the best paved streets and more
1 citrus fruit trees in yard. Five veloped. Italian method. Mrs; Hcrr members divided Into as I !
blocks! from passenger depot. Possession rington will see those wishing to tlon many as.clauses may l>e prescribed upon such In the dlstlnc by. x miles of cement sidewalk than any other :city Its I !

y 1 'given at once. Good( reason study on Mondays. and Thursdays, laws. The voting; power .ha.II'be vested i .
in the ordinary members each thereof
for selling. Price for: house "fur 7 to 8 p. m. Voices tried free. -tt-t having one vote when present In per.. size in the South. j jIi
I nished complete 2600. Big bar. 1 son at the meeting; and when absentfrom Qi. .

S gain. See us.quick. II. M. Breaker FOR SALE--Motor boat. 30x8V4 15- vote upon the meeting an amendment* each such to the voter by-laws may BECAUSE it,. making more permanent arid substantial -, 'x !
or to the Charter by transmitting the
engine bar
41-tf in. draft, 12 h. p. ; at a
... &; Co. meetinghis vote thereon In writing duly
1 gain. See Saunders at this office. tf signed. This right to vote may bu foi aim public and private improvements than any I
L' FOR SALE-Five acres of land .and afourroom -- felted by those resident members who i

r"" 1r r house in Pinedale..Will FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms. are cause Indebted are not to In the good corporation standing, as or maybe for; !w city twice its size in the state.

.. Apply to Mrs. Jag. Dale, 551 Broad prescribed In the by-laws. .
h Ad.
t u give bargain to sell quick. !w
'. S. The by-laws shall be adopted by BECAUSE
45-tf its genuine. hospitalityand
people display
dress Box 172, Kissimmee. Fla. way. the undersigned at the first meeting more

: .41-tfpd4t I FOR RE Six-room cottage on held by and the thereafter upon proposed. the approval may amendment be amended of this being Charter either posted I brotherly love than any other people an '.

'. FOR SALE-40 acres all in cultiva Main street, furnished throughout, In the club rooms, after being ra

tion. Mature grove in fine state of hot and cold water electric; lights commended for the period by of the two Board weeks of previous !-. 'where else on the face of the earth. '.

''h bearing; will pay 15% this year on and telephone. Apply. to C. L. adopted to, or the by meetingat being Presented' which at It one Is BECAUSE it is the cleanest'and 'most orderly city in
:, !. A entire investment, besides the field Bandy. 45-U regular meeting and being posted In :

t crops; convenient to two R. R. stations FOR RENT-,.,,9-room house including the regular club meeting.rooms from The then actual unMl vote the cast next, the state of Florida. I

\ .4 4 good roads good buildings. or the actual vote cast together with
4 bath electric lights furnished suit. I the written consent of those absent,
Suitable for a fine winter home or able for boarders or roomers. 209 shall ordinary manifest members that favor two-thirds the propo.ed'jtmendment. of the I IW BECAUSE all of its people display a civic pride that

t (' permanent residence. For further Park street. 45-21 i' is rarely found to exist. !Ii
particulars address, Merchant, care This method of amending' the bylaws -

i Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla.' TO EXCHANGE-For Florida land or may. be prescribed amended In provided the mann..rh..r..lnb..tore only. BECAUSE citizen knows he lives in the best city i x

JF 43-tf Mdse.,,a $25,000 irrigated farm all I that In no event shall the by-laws be every

in cultivation. % in alfalfa. 2 sets to mended be manifested except and by until at least consent a majorityof there. x earth and fails to let that fact be known
on never
t ti : t .FOR: SALE-20 acres-haif cleared nice of improvements'; Near Artesia, the ordinary members,

;. I crt+,1 .young grove, good fences, fair house Me I The house rule. 'and other provisionsfor offers.
N. *!: Box 743, Artesia, N. Mex. I the convenience. and guidance of occasion
Bome fine crops now growing; a living be adopted and I

,t ', .: already provided. A bargain at 45-2t pd -- .- I.amended.committees the member by, as the may prescribed club or by In officers the by or I I'BECA.PSE' life here is one continual existence of

,I, ,I.. $1,200, terms reasonable. J. II. Halley OOOOOO. laws ifii ;
Loughroan Fla. 43-tf 17 00 6.: This corporation may subject itself and
? to Indebtedness or liability In theaggregate prosperity happiness. .
< You Looking for than Five Thousand ,, '
_ ti WILL SELL my store, building and .. Dollars 116,000.00)). : 1
i) + 7. As soon as convenient after the THAT'S ," '
8'1' rl t stock of general' merchandise everything A Select t Home? approval and recording of this Charter, <
the undersigned members shall convene
and I
new up-to-date .
t ; and adopt by-laws; and until the next -. .. ... .
line business' other Interests require A lo-roo'm house, closet, pantries election the Officers and Board of Dl. -
' attention. Merchant, S baths, hot and cold water rectors shall be as follows: .
my President. Harry.A. Hunter:
Valley Kissimmee electric lights, screened back VIce-Presldent, h. W. Melklejon '
Gazette, Fla. 43tf ; 5 5II
porches, beautiful front verandas Treasurer J. D. Clark w .
t I walls plastered and tinted Secretary Frank Vans Agnew:
J HAVE 107 acres of first: class, unimproved Directors: Arthur E. Donegan. W, w '
,' '' woodwork mission finish. This n, Maklnson E. L. Lesley J.. Wad
d. ,. land, on hard' road andwithin house can' be used as rooming; o .Tucker, and P. A, Van. Agnew. II ffW! i
IS h three-quarters' a mile of house for or rent- o IN WITNESS of. the Intention WHEREOF:In good and faithto Int..Um'ony ,

j e city limits of Kissimmee, that I will on (rood street. Ask Mrs. Summers carry out the purposes and objectsset li

?' ... let some one have at a real' bar. about It. names forth this. we the, hereunto 8th day of subscribe October our, A. <-><. .oo ' ..<. ..->.... .< ...<.-. fr< . . . .. .... . . . ...... .. .. . .. ; |
A 6-room ,
gain. Will sell all or part. L. Larry house modern yardof D. 1913. I
'' beautiful shade and shrubbery I HARRY A. HUNTER J
Pope, Loughman, Fla. 42-4t It. W. MFIKLEJON ,
located on brick street. ., 'A. VANS .
. ""I' ,' . '
;. FINE''Business Location for Sale-:: ,A it-room:'hovel 1 on J Jtabbettei'H "d t t B. DONECJAN '<.;"' ;, : ".. ''"' ' ,'.. .\.ul ,
: 'street," $I }'f:&' \ SW .1" ." i, a.t.a.l'. \ ;,y.n. ,, o':iiNliJ.IIHOTEL MANHATTAN I Il" .
100x147Mu'flowing ,
.Two lot weU. .
n splendid lots fronting on Broadway ., > : CLARK ; : \; F"'n' ""'.' }ROLL\BASS,MARKET .:J i. ,
w e i 1 ,'and extending to'Stewart Ave:, $100.00 cash and 115.00 per month. 1 B. MAKIN8ON G. B. Poe Prop.. ,. '.. I ., I
A (-room house on good street, 1 Acrou from A. C. L. Station
C'' w giving,,double,front, and the last lot 50x140<< and 20 acres real orange E. 1U LESLET. s--- Freak Meats of M Kiads .

1 t ': t vacant lots in the block for sale. town land,for<4< miles$2,100.from nice little .j' 8 L. LUPFERIARRY W THUn fAN m Y\; \

t .; Price $4750.' These lots in other A 5-room house, lot It0xl47t4<< :l STAT OF FLORIDA H. C. STANFORD COMPANY .Yt;

c towns the-size\ of Kissimmee, as fortunately on only good 100000.street, a decided' bargain.-*- COUNTY OF OSCEOLA L Dry Good, Gothinc and Shoes, .CLARK & ME1KLEJON ,.. I YtFurniahiags ;
d sltuated-Would be held at Y BE IT KNOWN, that before me. the *fi .
undersigned officer duly authorized to and NotionsDUTTONHARRIS Real Estate
s much: higher' price. Nelson Realty Ask Mrs. Summers take acknowledgments of deeds personally ;

'' 45-tf 608 Penfleld near Clyde > appeared ARTHUR E. DONKAN inW! a; .
Company. : IfiJ ,
( one of the subscribers to the :
foregoing, proposed Charter of the Kl.- -
slmmee Golf Club to me well known CO. .

; 'y I :* MISCELLANEOUS. SEVENTH DAYADVENTISTS and acknowledged executed the same that he for subscribedand the uses !x SHOES WATERS & CARSON GROCERY. .Iy -

and purposes therein expressed'' IfiHi 106 COMPANY"
+ : ;SCIENTIFIC:: vocal culture, piano, IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have .
> hereunto set in r hand and official seal '
theory and harmony, By graduate MEET at Kl .lmm..... Ih the County of Osceola ifi -ifi-- "
o Victoria College. of Music; Europeanmethod..Apply.Dutton.IIarris and State ,of Florida, this.8th day ofOctober I" y; :.
A. I>. lilt y KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.Everything . ' ,
ShoeStore (Continued. front page 2)) (Seal) B. L. STATE, .
r Notary Public State of Florida for the Home. .. -, FRED M. BASS ..
} 41-5tpd sun rtiiver. sets upon their organized -commle.lon.explrpe 12th May, 1917. I J. E. Ruth, Manager. r. ,, '-: I
work. Within a period' of less than I I :: .
,; .:;: 'Monday a' Hadsoa and Studebaker Automobiles
.LOST On night pocketbooli seventy years they have so covered the STATE OF FLoRIDA ar- !Ii' '
: containing about $9.00. Finder face of the earth in their operations COUNTY OF OSCEOLA ;11

;: \ ;. .''please leave at Gazette; office and that there is scarcely a country today undersigned BE IT KNOWN officer, that, duly before authorized me. the !'tj ri. BREAKER ,., --U; Jt;

reward., *''. where their workers are not found. under the laws of said State to'administer Truck Farms ...
36-tf Groves y;
i and
; get Orange Cit' "
During this time they have raised and oaths personally appeared-All-1 ifiW ; : NELSON REALTY'COMPANY .
in THUR E. DONEQAN to me well known, Property. 117ft B' y;
expended the war'
prosecution of their
.' LIST' :youX'property for sale with who being duly sworn upon oath. says No. 9 Darlington AvenueF.
work the enormous sum of $25,000,000.. that he Is one of the subscribers to the I y;
.Nelson Co. 85-tf
l : Realty Their 2874 churches, with a mem- toreJ'olng'propo charter of.the Klasimmee 'tfiffi '
bership of "114,000 Golf Club and that It Is his I / !ifi;-'
members '
untram- "
f .FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY We meled in Intention and the Intention of the othersubscribers ' H. LAWSON _
; any way, select and elect thereto to carry out In I ifi ', ,
have demands for,a few good sub delegates to the local conferences, in good faith the p rposes and objects Cash Store .
set forth therein.ART. / 'I < : .D. G.-McKAY REAL ESTATE I
public .
e' t iStantial loans 'lon, desirable real es assembly, elect delegates to the UR 10 : .
E3.: Broadway
'" r : tate where-the security is unquestionable I union their delegates conferences which in turn elect Subscribed and o'b DONEOAN.: i HiK ...". ,'::'' w ,. ., .:' 'AGENCY . ;' ,
to the great: divisionaland me this 8th day ef October %
and at advantageous rates \'\1'general conferences A. D. 19t3.Seal i Hi !fi .>:i' \)" . *

.. of Interest. Anyone with idle money Seventh-day Adventists ( ) B. L. STUTE. t' '." ., .
.u.2: are now Notary Public State at large. !Yi. G. M. TAYLOR Jl +I.i;
; 'r.willdo well to -consult us. .Nelson working in 86 countries with 61W My- commission expires 11 May; 191T. I .

' '. ;,Realty, ompany. 44-tf laborers' operating in 91 of the lead V 4251 HiVfi Up-to-date Cash Grocery c; . .- HUNTER LAND CO.. ..::: ,. I
ing languages of tiio'vorld. J. _
a ..
+ TO APPLY Broadway and Midland : .
: the; last ten.years they have sent 760 run (;.....RTICR. ,; Real !It&t. CELERVPLANTS for sale 1
v" -$1.60 per missionaries to foreign lands. They .
thousand..' Special prices' on large now have in non-Christian and non- tI_TO hereby IT' MAT by CONCERN the undersigned: No- !Ii .!fi !Ii' .J; !Ii

; ) ; quantities. Address F.. F,. Dutton I Protestant lands 686 foreign'tpl8lioll.. of their Intention to the Hon .
% aries 'and orable James W. Perkins, !Ii W. B. MA .INSON'CO. !xx '
a, t' Sanford Flat 45- native workers, mak. Judge of the W. c. HANKINS 1'\
|W f t1 t tti ing,a total working forces the countries Circuit Circuit of Court the of State the of Seventh Florida.Judicial, and !: Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Supplies. . j ; !Ii ,. ,

.4. GRAPEFRUIT tree 25 cents.: Seed'r -! of '1560., They have 140 main for Osceola County the lUh( day of !It . '. and Machinery. Adding Machines and Typewrite "' !Ii
stations, 145 out-stations, and 413 November. A. D. lill. at DeLand. Flor. :
; ; lings two and a 'hit old. Only| Ida, or wherever the.said Court I '
years be
churches with may !HiHi _
a !Ii
membership 17,565
m-- ..
.on said date
for the --'S $-
{ Smith,1 incorporation not
/ .
thousand in the .
x i' f.iw left Henry-W: countries. for profit of a social club to be '

1, 1' ? :.W 'ucbula.. .Nursery at Bassfnj-er. They allO' operate 90 colleges o simmee.the KI33IMMEK Florida, the GOLF CLUB of Kli A. S. GILBERT DAMN'S; DEPARTMENT STORE : .
academies and intermediate purpose which HiSfi I
.M l. 46[ -. ( and more than 600 church schools; 37' is Its to members promote under social a Intercourse proposed Charter among Dry 'Goods, Snoes and Notion? Dry GoooXdothinf, S..... F.r.IsLi.i' c-

Yip .;;>"> ;i'J' .- 69 sanitariums in which they carry on Clerk said Osceola: of the County.Circuit, Court.In; and for. !HiW No. 45-Cer. Main. and Park St : !;:

medical,, missionary work. WITNESS the names of the said subscribers ; .-.. ". \
FOR RENT 1 this. 8th day.,of,October. A., D. '-tfi;-- .. .. ,. . / I ;
6. i '
1513 .. -HARRY....' HUNTER' !Hi' KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. "7,, J. W. PRENT1S :.- :: -k 4 t, i,

I, ; flumisned' and: Unfurnished $Sprigg F'1e.minCLEANING ] JOHN P.W. 'B.,:'VANS D HARRIS CLARK AQNEW: !Ii . Wholesale and Retail 'I :','. ', -. PUioi! ., Orgau, .TafldafSewinf ''Mac1du.i. .. "I i

f .,Apartments and Room both IJ-ot R. W,. MEIKIJOW-: Hi Phone 21 : : Machiaei : :

.. i "
li :Y' 'f&mished: and Unfurnished;I If 1 NOTICE.. on. -9'r-! : y; w .
!fi '
{ : -1: Nine Room ( '
i 4tesF1" rttave: a PRESSINGDYEING. All persona. owing accounts to the '25it MACH BROTHERS o.e'.n.j' MUNGER LAND COMPANY.
k- t ,Hotu..FORSALE.: New .York Store to y;
are notified
pay Foed aid Sal Stables
. ,.. .- h"' t only, to the Livery, : Oral,,s Center; Fla.. I'
REPAIRINGf same undersigned
E., E., Wells t"r t owner, ,.. ,.Heavy Hiding:and Drayta W. W..
and. g-et .his receipt for same.X 1\ : .. Bonet, Reddest. .Bkufir. ffi .
... ,
+' egl'Si'tli: : 'and .Insurance, .. word ft ray house and eUithes ." ROSENBERG n '.J .
,,/ ,"" .Ncr/;, ) * A"4j. / L-vim: B rieduoSr. Phs+se 27:1" \ / Proprietor.New York Stor1. l'

"" y>;1stactlunGuaranteedw ''%lsslmmee, Fla, Sept. 25, 1913.- 42-it .1. ... . : 'r
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FRIDAY OCTOBER, 31. 1812, f' _
_ THE ""\ --
/ ".... GAZETTE"il' ..a ....
'ArurKA: 1 ITf 1 MSContlntied' , ' ;, 10. 1-: '"'

i. .A T DAYSOFTi1EC. E. companied highest\seat\ by Mr. Lehmann up on the .... . . ."' . . ..0. . 00..00000.. 0.. 0. 00.0.. t.. . .. . 0 0. '' .i. ....... .
of the 00'
largest stadiumof .. ; '
,from "
( Page Nine SECRETARY'S.
,)) JOURNEYDuring the world watching the great paradeof

Tro4pect/or a crop Is moat nattering( -the Knight Templars' Conclave.'
E. EnVhiU< the months There were 25,000 spectators inside''
expects to remove from from home and '
the Hopkins residence on' Central avnue typewriter, Mrs W. F. Halleyi'of," Gilmore the stadium watching 'the review of''

.' ,"'Where JuJ haiiHved; for the' past i..1 has kindly .sent some trip' ar 24OOOpluCi llght8Ljolle. .themn'\ :

year, to th\* Bridges"house on Fltat tides out for this department,dupli with carriages and beautiful horses.'' Theftu'nting'Season'I.g
street, and'Mr.. Newell, who resided In eating them from a manuscript copy Fifty-five bands played, and out on the .

the'Bridges house for the pas'7year Sent her each week. ,I know not where streets 125,000 people stood watching'the

will :move, into'"the W. R,'' McLeod these articles have gone 'as procession five miles long as itl
'louse 'on'4th street.,, ,there,has been no time since the nqme- passed in ,and out of the stadium. '

.Re v..'J..lMuJByara,. editor of the ,coming last Monday to overlook the There l'l rida were,only a few Masons from], NEAR
pile of thought they looked .
; lastr'Sundaymomlng.Apopka, News: preached.' at Zelwood j high as' the secretary exchanges"which nearly came ''in as marched and played well. When, one II : :

I the absence fro moffice. is far,from home the fire of patriotism .
It seemi somewhat strange that seemed welcome home -
? every town or city in: Florida lays newspapers, to stta.. "these Of course I was shown the famous r. ioI
clatm to being the most healthy spot< I I !buildings i i of Denver, the United States j

in the state. We know that the entire theRIo Cpming back from Los" Angeles .on :' mint churches, schools, and Colorado's
state that is settled up is more or less Grande road .we passed capitol with a dome shining like gold.
healthy, but they can not all lay through the famous RqyalGorge in :The great city park of 230 acres was
claim to the statement of the Grand Canon or't1)e) Arkansas: visited.' What interested most in
being me
] Room here for but a single track look. '' Come To' Us For Your
healthiest it a' '
spot> In Florida. Apopka> 1 ing was large area which once, was Hunting Supplies
at cliffs each'
up on side ,
r can Justly claim that distinction and : over 2600,! the tented headquarters of the International 5
,the national statistics at Washington' feet high and the Stars are shining C. E. convention. ''In' imagination "" I ,t
in, the bit 6f ,
city will bear out the statement. In' sky that can be seen I saw it all, even the storm I .

making out the vital statistics a few,! above And the train goes upwardand whjch blew down the tent once 'and We carry one of'the.. most complete 'lines of i
we.look down
at the
up won- root
years ago the report that was sent derful one was seriously injured. God ..
to Washington from Apopka was re- scenery many feet below. protected His young people then as Itt

turned with instructions to'' correct it: At Colorado\ Springs came goodbyeto' lie did this July in Los Angeles, whena SHOT GUNS RIFLES AMMUNITION ..

) it .as it must be incorrect as to the fellow travelers of, the four, days' number lost their lives in a street car t ,

mortality but instead! of correcting Journey, and at the depot, besides the accident not one of whom were dele HUNTING KNIVES AXES ,
the report hlch'wal' already correct hostess to entertain me for the next gates to the convention. COATS, '

the affidavits of reputable physiciansof six,days, was Mrs.-Robt. Crosbie, best Time passed by and again I passed AND "
x the town were secured who stated known of all Colorkdo Endeavorers. through the Welcome Arch before the I : ALL KINDS OF HUNTER'S .

_ that the original report was correct One busy Sunday was spent hereunder depot. 'This time it was to close a

and these were forwarded to Washing.ton the eaves of Pike's Peak. In,the visit never to be forgotten. Miles of f SUPPLIES .
with the report. When that was morning services.were attended in the street was brilliantly lighted and decorated ..
done the authorities at fashionable tourist church (Congregational for the Templars.; Startingout
I sent a statement back here Washington to the effect ) of that famous summer resort .' In the night away from this beautiful To be found'in the county. Call anti'see for yourself. |
that Manitou. Later in the day the scene it remained in memory likea
Apopka was l the healthiest town '
in the United States. In a conversation Baptist and Methodist Endeavorers dream too glorious to last but-only .
were kind, add with the lOUDer friends as a dream. "
a few.days ago with.a prominent
there was a little in their Grace A. Townsend.1ntelacheq .
lawyer who has! spent almost forty cosy supper '. .
church dining room. Four C. E. services ), Oct. 27, 1913.,
winters in .
Florida and .
who has madea ...., . .
and three others were attended ;

since trip he entirely left here encircling last spring the and earth who that day. DRUGGIST 'GIVES "

There are many sightseeing trips OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.KI ?'
has traveled extensively both in Eu "SB: m
rope'and America, stated most emphatically that may be taken from 'Colorado MONEY BACK '
Springs but being limited in both time
s that the section of land .
extending ..,, -,
and money, I took but one such ex- -
from Apopka to Eustis Mas pedition in my strenuous itinerary for i>oct on's Liver Tone Gets a FourSquare

4 the most healthful portion of the the.,week>, This was up Mt. Manitouon Guarantee From Kissim- .OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo.oo. oo. oo.ooottII r
whole world. Now '
when such statements
the incline railroad, a mile and one- mee Drug Store. .
r as these are made such
upon quarter high. Oh, but it was fine up When article is sold
an a druggistwho
j authority ax we have shown feel
we Birch Mountain".HERB"'TEA -
atJh$! top, nearer Heaven than we is to it his
willing give personal
that we have a perfect right to make II I NarcoosseeJ. FRUITS
the broad assertion that truly Apopkais i r-, guarantee it's a mighty strong proofof -'

and the to extend healthiest a wide place invitation in the :world to all :'1 The funny little burros interested me That's real merit.exactly the case 'with Dodson's T. Blackwell of Ashton 'was in1 VEGETABLESS. : , I
even more than the renowned "Garden Liver Tone. It Is ,
honest a pleasant. town calling on friends Friday.
reputable to and
come |of the Gods." Several trips were tasting, vegetable remedy for a slow The Narcoossee Lumber Co. shipped Imported from Bohemia the meet
and avail themselves of IL && H. FROST
:see an oppor :
taken to Manitou, once to hear a fine and sluggish liver. Since Dodson'sLiver Wonderful herb compound the
a carload of lumber to Warner Harris
tunity to secure a home in this great I orchestr ;'others' sample the various Tone 'came On the market the at St..Cloud to build a sugar mill Commission Merchants.Est.. world has ever known, for the
health resort while one can be gotten i ikinds of mineral at the treatment of Asthma Hay' Fever
waters springs. sale of calomel has gone 'way. down. there. 1865. Shipping material free. ,
I at reasonable prices. Come to Na "Auctions of lovely Japenese and fine Dodson's I Bronchitis, Coughs,Colds,Catarrh.La .
The i this
reason simply : Little made buaiae
D. tripto
Ev a :
Cor. St.
ture's great sanitarium and be healed. Ill Washington St., Jay and
linen goods were enjoyed in Colorado safe Grippe.Whooping Cough
Liver Tone is and harmless and Kissimmea Friday. ,
Come to Apopka, heart of Summerland New York. of Kidney
> t Springs. The tourist ladies bought severe cases Bladder
t guaranteed to be satisfactory Calo Mrs. Chas. Montsdoca returned home \ 414t1H1>>
where the gentle zephyrs bring Stomach and troubles. *
lavishly. I Just looked on and had mel is often uncertain sometimes dangerous Friday from Frost Proof and Kissim Lung( ,.r
,the color' again to the pallid cheek and I|a good time. ,'land no druggist wants to guarantee It is an invigoratingtonic
the quiet rest restores again the vigor | Between Colorado Springs and the mee.M. purifies the
that it won't knock you out of S. Hamilton and family of '
1 blood builds '
-c>f youth "ARGUS. "Queen City of the Plains"-Denver up-
a day'swork and maybe send you to Brbbksville, Ky., who are spending the the run-down
- -- -is a fine stretch Of country. On one bed.. Citrus ''and.Ornamental system
winter at St. Cloud, paid a visit to soothes i aide cultivated lands and hamlets close Kissimmee Drug Co. sells Dodson's Geo. Frank and family of this placeon improves that
i to the great mountains and on the Liver Tone and guarantees it. For Saturday, Trees the nerves appetite and

Highest Prices Paid |I'other side of the railroad were often you and your children it's a goodhing C. L.Johnson left here Friday morning makes sleep, rest..
'quarries of stone called "rimrock." It 'to keep a bottle always in the for Kissimmee to meet his wife 'Shrubs ful and refreshing
FORCrossTies i out In. .queer shapes, of Hedge, Flowers Y
comes' many house. who arrived from Chattonooga, Tenn. ,..,....... This wonderful
ten they resemble fortresses. One Kissimmee Drug Co. will give 'you Mr. Johnson expects to make,Narcoos- -.;::;----r medicinal tea con U

J" "',(1 village,is.\called/"Castle Rock.;;..(Thi a I' your money,'back",If/youjthinkiDod.not ," /, see his hojne.:! I,,',;fi ', r1J; :; \1. '. '' Twenty-five dollars expended on tains 21 different .
" 1 ) "" ." &' >,.1:, (("" ,1.I' (' & different, kind ,"'of''',stone' thanothers : son'e'rLlver'Tone: lll not worth 'the > shrubs will
I." ,' ":'IW IJ'i' '{ ( was a ,t'" Robert! A Montsdoca'! arrived here-.o,Sati 1 ornamental trees and herbs, imported
,' ,' Price! delivered Tampa I saw price "Keep, your liver working a d urday.ightvwith sev eral me n to pick! enhance+: the,value of a small lot from Bohemia and has been endorsed -

7i9i8 "!eart!PinefB, lIfE3cl, IB In*Denver" passed '.!fiyTsplenj! your liver, will |keepjypuj! from oranges?forUfMr eetlf&Mr1;? 'one'hundred' dollars in the apace by Pope Leo XIII the Em-.
I ' Tdid'days.' Two hospitable homes werelopen. advice to by.-. fruit'from let of Austria 'and emi- 1st'
7x8x8%' ,!Heart Pine!, '- 48c working, is good go Overstreet has,bought the of twelve months. Come us poror many
6x8x8 Heart Pine - 43c !| One was that of a busy Chris Adv. 45-lt several groves here. : consult together-help beautify our nent physicians, besides receMn r

Liberal inspection! .and, prompt re- tian Endeavor pastor. Sunday was The Narcoossee Farm and Townsite 1 city and add to our property, values. the highest awards, gold m i..' mtY
spent in attending th& several meetings There are only two things inlife Co. has purchased a power disk plow ome of ,which are reprod ton
turns. ties. In his church, including the C. E. that require no effort. They are growing with rake attachment grub the :, H. Edmund Swabey, Agt. the cans-and honorary Dl 1\ .
Ship us your i service at which I told of the Los Angeles old and growing fat street! and other farm lands of .the''' mas from Expositions held in P ; '

Tie & Timber Co. I l convention. Mr. Carl Lehmann, company. 'i I Residence* 9 Orlando Ave. Rome, Vienna, Florence, Londo cs ..
American ,. : in the Gazette and Liege, recognition of its eyay
ADS Valley
I the beloved inte '.sta e. secretary .ot WANT, :Miss Rose McKenzie of St. Cloud 1,.
. 1 TAMPA, FLORIDA, ''the International Union and wife were are the means of selling and rent spent the week end with her school great curative qualities. This is ,t .'
42.2t i 'most kind to the Florida visitor. Can ing property when all other means friend, ,Miss-Mildred Page of this i P.0.3.625 one of the few articles that is free
';,. fail. Try it once. 5 cents a line. from alcohol, narcotics and poison.
.J for most of day
OOo.o.O OU :--:"": "> you imagine me_ a ac- place.II. having'severed his ! ! !: i! YifififiIi! ! 5. If it does not do all that is claimedfor cebe .
V. Herrin.,
- it, will be refugded.BRCH'MOUNTAlN .
connection with the Narcoossee Turpentine -. your money p
Co., has secured a situationat TEA 2Oe

the sew mill. I have]| a few Buffalo N.',.Y., V. S..Ai'= :' .. keg;

Eugene Avant -is building homeon Sold by JCIsilmmee. Drug" Co. E u1m- th.rIn
his lot which he recently purchasedfrom mee. F'lonr; '
DO'.QUWANT the Narcoossee Land Co. Enoch choice sections 0 f .. bs',
;1 Tysdn is doing the carpenter work.
Mrs. F. W. HilLis visiting friends( I Mathfti
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at Orlando and Sanford this week. land for sale at the M. eon
.c;. ,Weaver fin theNCE

Fruit . Pasture TAX NOTICE.The PFJr er,,,.
Tax Books of Osceola Countywill right price. For A'R
be open for collection of taxes on FINE TS'I'I i D

# "Grazing November first. I am now ready to 'EmpIoJfl ;:;;&.. iii ,..eA IIK

j' Farming furnish estimates. A discount of 2% particulars apply to ing rapid utritt+gs .-ttU g -" .d ,
} will be allowed on all taxes, during the oifp.iotieg. Toockiitg'oJUo', "
r,' Trucking < Timber month of November. "" 'ctutictaral, ptnputtieo m m 4-t: 1F

i ; ". All licenses are now due and must' be Box 228, Kissimmee -.I/in. / "' ONLY;*
promptly. / w
: paid '
I' C. L.; BANDY, Tax. Collector. Studio at Park Hotel .

LANDS .cS.1f" Florida.414t Private lessons and class work
\ T4isesntd
Beginning December 1st, 1913, the . ...
"" 1 I Have Them for Sale in Any Size Body ., scale ot'wares of carpenters in Klsslmmee !6RRfaiY1YiYiY1RRf"a"mfi0! 'i'iJ' .. .. I .'i. + luiringproIds
will be M eetits per hoar, and
.. { : Ten Acres' to "One Hundred for carpenters 'apprentices 30 cents --:- J :'G' 'RAVStONEf: : tbs

:.: 1 From per hour C '. W. ThompsonFUNERAL J 'of b
the and Joiners el'y to
By order of Carpenters !
'i Thousand Acres. Union No. 1359. .rn aunNtsas fil wbat'!

L It' Letter Addressed to Me Will Bring a 44-61 J. W.Recording-ZEIGLER.Secretary; DIRECTOR ", 2.60 ,to S-60 per day.,, .'..deerz
A month.
""I J Special by .or 'jrm' weuwo

: 'Full Description and Terms of"Sale. There are 10 rules in the school of andLICENSED ,ft M..rjwiiui..hM.. A L film.r t
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., j Experience. The first rule is "}lulltle," EMBALMER .. i+4+4 +
and the other nine are "Mind your marky
\ own business.' MHW MM I MM MBVMM ::1...._ : inof
:C'. ""F.4 Tlir"as' ,
D.G.McKAY Store and Chapel I. Stewart Ave.. I :' .
' 'f'1' -..... As the hunting season approacres, .laf
it is well to remember that the new OMIMMBB. -" '.. ''FLORIDA. ..' SHEET',,METAI, 'WOKKES,
j' FLORIDA laws says you must Have M license Steel Ceilings a Specialty..
game Advertising, ! and must register,your, hunting "
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0000000POOOea00000, turn l loaded with ice from your city's '\the presidency of the- organization

i plant for the presevation. the fish.\ at'that meeting.The JNls-

LEWIS BRYAN II[ Cobb's.Mainland, II | This proposition and the usually prel- watermelon growing proposi-

ATTORNEY ,AT LAW vailing- north wind but custom prevails tion'that was mentioned' a few week I

We have ;jrecently received a letter.1,obey all other conditions. ago continues to take on new interest} )

SPECIALIZING from W. M. Simmons stating that his The tomato plants are putting on anew until it now appears to be an assured''

father died-'the 15th Inst. and also a '- growth, the..eolJ north wind being proposition that-there will be an organizerf ,'
relief from the heat of effort to grow and marke' ll
ABSTRACTAND notice that Homer Simmons, brother an apparent t tsss'st
the and to be really beneficial several l hundred acres of melons the,
to Ed. Fuell's wife died on the 18th, sun appears ,

thus between the 10th and the 20th :we I peas are doing uncommonlywell coming season.A .
fresh'and movement Is now on foot to ,organize
looking green and:
TITLE WORK record the deaths of three of the Sim
I growing with'a rapidity that speaks at an early date what perhaps .
ISTAT. mons family, Ge6. ,WM Oct. 10; M. W. *
- BANK BLDG. 15th-and HomertheJSthr--The--ftrst 1weH-.tor--their ,early ,maturity_ Xhe .wilL.!be knoftn_asjhe Apopka TrucGrowers

in 'Orange county, the second in Bre- I Irish potato crop is also in splcndd Association with from 5J

0000000000006040.00THIS, yard county and the third in Polk. condition, giving every prospect of as to GO members who will 'manage tc _.
county. 1. .. /fine a crop as heretofore been secured handle and ship their' truck, vegetable

day of last week",was excessively cold 1'part' of the garden products and !like I I advantage in a'manner similar to that 'l I 'Jf '

for October in Florida, the wind coming ,all things else'grown on that favored I lof the citrus fruit>ex hange. 'This is rI

ManhattanSpecial from. the direction -of Oar 'people spot are in healthy condition and grow- the only way. whereby the producercan that' boy of yours in the importance or' starting
ling'rapidly.I Our flowing well is one, realize the full benefits to whichhe I INTEREST
who reside In the North and was HIS OWN BANK, show
e .Hotel freighted draughts of-:,cold air which !of the grandest things on the place, is, entitled, and without such an now. help him to select '

------- - -- ,- made us get about even' after we had land it is so;>> convenient to the house( organization the producer will never him wherein THIS BANK excills in 'the matter of( guaranteed
I that Rex drinks froni'water in come into his ow'n. 'This should betaken
Attention to donned our coats. It did no harm, never 1 business treatment. :
the Traveling>Public however, and as' it' made locomotion j a, bucket, going to the flow'for all his i up and put into effect in every safety superior service and.,courteous .

-----, somewhat easier and more desirable ,drinking water. A barrel directly-un- community and give to the tiller of the -to

Just across the square from we' do not complain, especially! as it I tler the Row is always filled with voter soil all that he is entitled to receive. 4'

*r. A. C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE has. passed off leaving ,indications of 'and thi makes a superb washing Apopka came near losing one of her Bring him with you and let .ui' also bn a Ullj,..,.

.. FLA. rain which: would be very acceptable. J! basin of .which'to take' further advanlage. -: hotels last week! when the Apopka? with"him. 'It mean the beginning of a .
YJ .
... An unl.'xpected'b t very agreeable ., Our Democratic. roQ ter' fre House, was' discovered to be on fire. may
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.: :.x--; j" I But with heroic work and hard fightm financial ,
.. visit from Mrs. Alfred Branson accompanied .1 jquently conies there for his dram bright career. .
by Lonnie ,and that 210']
oC+. Ho+++OOOO pound boy of hers ,(Oscar) was one of !'I' more to his fancy than heretofore; his 1 1I extinguished. without much loss.

., the Sunday events. Mr. Ed Fuell! and I I]j I tadpole and minnow plantation arc : Mr. F, W. Fobes of Kinsman, Ohio, We have many customers who hate grown up with i ibis

J THE HOME BAKERY ;t wife.also paid us a visit on the same i I j i putting on a more ,desirable was"in Apopka last'week' looking fora bank under just; t such 'conditions. Their' standing in the com-
;+ day" Alfred Bronson and the boys at ,, ance.: Hunter's, paradise' requires!i location for himself and family He .

;i present from the fishing 'crew of the. i'some watching at. present, but the stated that he had been over a large munity is proof f of. their abiding faith\ in 'this institution.STATE .

:;=; famous Norton fishermen. ., j|I length of this article causes us to suspend !Y part of the state but liked Apopka, -'

1.. } Now :i' We: recently received a communication '; further observations of the I'uh'i; boiler than any! place he had seen }in'"1 '

i 18 Broadway- from our distinguished Circuit jl>Ct. The deer and turkey continues, the state. ; : o'F
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Located Clerk enclosed in a booster: envelope, their insolent observations of the boys'-. Some of our citrus fruit growers [ :.4 BANK, I, .

1 '. the design displayed an ingenuity of | war on the hawks nnd'the railroad is I hate begun to pack and, ship grape ; .

at ,' .Ij I' farm which must have emanated from ; not yet In sight. Could say more but' fruit lathe northern markets althoughthe Il 'S l 1l I.. 1 II,4 I '
J r.:: yp editor; >t demonstrated, one, of they' under the impression that you have ,, I>a'klngWason, has not fully opened ,1

.' : ways by which facts Can be pointed I; more than enough at present) lnhh& as Jet.Hull I

: H. REED .. Prop. 1:1 out in an agreeable manner. Some of more than enough already. will give .! Brothers have their new wagon, Capital $50,00000, ,
LJ. our wiseacres will declare that you a rest. RKX.: I II shop on Central, avenue now. completed
anyonecould I Surplus 30000.00 Depositor's Security $130,000.00Officers
un o-x+x-. :-.-. .py \ have: very easily conceived and
and Directors
M. T. Anderson has torn the
I put into execution the same, ideas; that I 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF I away ..
............ ... .. old machine shop adjoining the,one he C. A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE Vice Prest.
...:-:......x.1 <-:..:-<-:<<-:-: : : :-. ) is Perhaps! true-but they failed to do i BILIOUS OR COSTIVE '
i : : it. It reminds me of'an anecdote related built this summer and expects to use -1// M. KATZ, 2nd Vice Prest. "

.1 M, TILLER .: of Columbus, while at a dinner' / I I the lumber in another building, prob ROMA: THOMAS Assistant Cashier
For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, ably a hotel.
given honor of his having discovered :
Real Estate Agency. : Sluggish Liver and. Bowels-They A protracted meeting among the
the, new world, some of the courtiers I work while sleep. "
t, ;j y= 3: ................................... N.e.N.Nea/. .1 remarked that any one could have done I II you inbred people .has been! in progressfor

Realty bought and sold. the same thing It is related that I'' Furred Tongue, Bad Taste Indiges palmettos the past week Park under avenue a shelter and madeof 11th

Houses rented. I there were some boiled eggs on the tion. Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches .
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S Taxes paid and Titles verIfied table, and Columbus challenged any j come from a torpid liver and street. tifi:...:-;.4-:-r.:....w..x'OfiC t Si "--oQo..--h49fi44ofi-: :-x4t
for non-residents. one ,of them to stand one of,them on clogged bowels, which cause year I Quite a number of our nimrods are c :w..'r Sw'-C; ..:-:-:-?-ww.1,:-} 'C-W W{w C0 -+.
stomach to become filled with undigested : :

its point; they all gave it and it was I becoming very anxious that the hunting : : jt
Fire, Life and Accident In- up food which sours and ferments I OR..A.YST NE 'O.A.RDE: :
surance. passed to Columbus to perform the like garbage In a swill barrel. That's season should open as they are i
Indemnity Bonds. feat, He simply cracked the shell on the first stop to untold anxious to trythe sport, and the report Railroad Are. and Dakon St., Kisiimmee, Fla.
gestion. foul gases, bad m..I'7-IDdl.j in that is '
the of comes game plentifulthis
point apd course it stood
. up- Now have ready for setting out:
H 00 r right, then remarking to those who horrible and nauseating. A Cascarottoplght year. : Strawberry Plant Eggplant Plants

,, were at the table that it was an easy will give your constipated Lee Lovell came home Saturday j Cauiflower Bell Pepper Plants
thing to do anything after you have bowels a thorough cleansing and from Sanford and spent the first days Tomato Plants
been shown how. straighten you out by morning They of this week here with homefolks. He
? S. II. BULLOCK work -while you sleep-a 10-cent( box I And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants
The boys took ,a trial at the fish from your druggist will keep you feeling is engaged in planting a crop of celery I that best in this country, by 100 or 1000.
Thursday and succeeded in landing good for months. near Sanford and reports that the i grow
REAL ESTATE about four'hundred pounds in an .af- -Adv. II I Enquire of NICK ROGERO, Supt.

*r Neal\....................... ternoon's haul. (Continued on Page Ten.) I II

INSURANCE I Mr::and Mr si' Ed Fuels are in Tampaon ------ _._-, _. _" 'I
business, it is supposed one of the Pat Josnston Q. P. Garrett j ...--'.' -, -

'- (Examination of Titles a Sumblins sending an auto after:,them II I Apopka ItemsHow II JOHNSTON &: GARRETT I I L. W1NN DR., C. L. HYATT --

This: leaves George housekeeper until t Attorneys at Law I 'S\ Physician and

Specialty.r'!S their return.. could one who knows the pleasure Offices 10, 11 &: 12 PHYSICIAN SurgeonPhones

The question to who eat the goat that is to be derived from living: Citizens Bank Bid*., Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. Office 197 Kisiimme.Res *
Correspondence Solicited. having not been decided. Rex ,ia Kissimmee Florida.. fti..lrreaaw, ,
: yet in this beautiful Summerland I ; Rt iOSNCrPeoNe s "' :
be .
con , ',. "".e<,rre'rhdA Orrlcs PrONE FtogD. ; 248 F1Upst.alra *
unable to make known to the public '
tent to spend the bleak days
the name of the gentleman in question.. LOUM O. HAMBr' .i"\ 'I' TV"FfCTOM WA.IX>W
4 amid'/the+1Jnow, covered ,hills',of";'snore''than Late CourwellorlIud.!\ ..of the CaM,0.0ANSAGNE
y"The rain'so much talk 'd'about has ; ,.A ?ANN AONgw w cl IPdN .
_ \ : ] f '\ \\we 1 areable"to.comprehend. Florid R.R. Court
set in with start and from Com&TWARLOW & CRAWk'ORDATICRNE' ] .
GRIFFIN a good present : ,
C. W. appearances there will be an When we walk or (drive DENTIST:' .,
out through the' open country these AT-LAW
abundance of that beverage for future ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR, In Kali Building.
balmy October days, and see the beau- LAw'
,Staple and FancyGROCERIES use. The fishermen continue 'their AT I OffitM MVCCItltem 11.,,_ Itnlkltng" Oync! ni-oc-... (t" a. D. to 12 m.
ful flowers waving and nodding in the Prmctlc*In all the Courts of the Rteto and of J i:30tofl:30p.:: m.
seining operations and to be the United State, aim before the Florid Rail.road '1 Kissimmee Florida
appear Telephone No; 76 Jun 6. Ivr.JJJR. .
breezes, and hear the songs of the CommlMlon. and the Interetat,CommerceCommleaion. -
I: I making money. birds as they flit from tree to tree --- '
Y The patriarch is making his prepar- end occasionally heat the bark of the 11-14 CtuaLBSTON BLDG. ORLANDO.:Ml FLA.jr D. GEIGER W. W. CARSON t

ations to begin operations and expects little cat-squirrel as he perches him-' II:. DfcNTISl

Fret, to all Parts t*> be engaged in the good work ere self upon the branch of some sturdy' A NDREW, JOHNSON '
many days. The fish at this season oak, it is enough to make any loverof Office over Cole's Jewelry,Store
,ofithe City are in prime condition, the flesh havinga nature feel glad that their life was ,ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L w (' State Hank Building Office )Hours: 8-12, 1-6
Will Practice all Courts
. ':; splendid flavor and fat abundant.The cast where opportunity has so' many State and in Federal Kiasimmee. Florida Office phone J&8Residence" )

,. lake is still' rather below high- attractions to present and how any-I Office adjoining Broadway ; Gag administered ,23
of teeth
-' f extraction
L 00-- water mark but'the captain continueshis one can become melancholy when sur-j Citizens Bank Kismmmee i, GEO. F. pARKER, -
A popular trysting place? .
trips to1 and fro with regularity.The ; ,
rounded by such scenes would seem : :R. II. ',S. GEIGER I
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canal obstruction continues to a mysterious to us. Truly this 'is' the' S. KING : I Attorney-at-Law. II PHYSICIAN AND BUROBOM
certain extent'\ : but trfat gentleman heart, of Summerland. :, ARCHITECT .. i Collections and Conveyancing Citizens Bank Building

Iy / pushes hilt way through and has not II. L. Kelley, E. E. White, D. W. Orlando, Florida j I ., Specialties. ,, '' .1 Kissimmee, Florida'
a trip during the season. Clark and Room 16 Phones Office 297 64
Talmage Wyler John Jackson : or
1 Rex'contlnues II Broadway.
his hot lemonade be.
ym%'?' all from Apopka, were business. Watkins Block 40-3mp Residence 2C5. 14lyrrP
fore breakfast dram and has desire
po I I
visitors in Orlando last Friday. '
I*** for anything stronger occasionally .
r I Miss Mildred Willifred returned Fri- /JJ. .. '
when his drinking appetite calls' I I1l.'RIVERS, M. IX
j for a little corn beer, which is certainly day night from a week's pleasantvisit l' ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIUMKK" I FtA :
fine. to friends in Orlando! SURVEYOR I PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Examination, of Titles
1 The strike made on Saturday Dr. Christ of Orlando was visiting ,I i II Notification SpcHaly I OlUce\ over Qsceola Pharmacy
by the patriarch assisted by his patients here last Saturday. He has I non-rtsidents and payment of taxes of t Residence 53
Fraternity .Hall Kissimmee, Fla. I divan careful I *'MONKS.
aid de camp; Will Hall, aided by Captain quite a reputation as a successful I .!attention f0fflcel48, ,

7 7 41 Tink, John, and.Racie, was a com physician throughout this part. of Or- -- ,
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., plete success. A steady wind blow I ange county. ,

Our meat market, becavsv"' o ing from the northwest compicatod Frank II. Davis and wife and son .

many orange for tneir meet. matters somewhat, but only tested the} Made a combined business and pleasure 4'

here resourceful methods ,of the crew. trip to,Jacksonville the pas}. week .
s's, >i Mrs. Cobb continues with unabatedzeal and while there took in the big circus. ,

", to render our table comforts with H. it. Witherington attended the

all the care of, an experienced, cook, meeting of the State Chamber of TO MAKE FARMING EASY I'

and many'a delicacy that appears on Commerce'at Ocala last week and reports : _

ry" ,,.will be pleased to arrange: the table gives ,evidence of the care that a very interesting and successful -

/, ,, : with you for the best cuts which that lady has bestowed upon it. meeting was held there. lie '

either. by phone or at .Mrs. Seaver continues with us, waited }i.r pr.Matod the Board of Trade of You should have the proper ,tools .
of meat .
: ,: : on with a care and attention by her Apopka at the meeting and reports

,I ;; r our counter.. This is a rendezvous daughter, which the old lady certainly that Orange county came near winning to work with. "Ross Graves .

; : f' for meat, for those who appreciates; the boys, too, are kind '
and attentive to her wants and although -
: ' 'about the kind .o o.OOOo.O.Ot.tO.O. OtO -, Store" can supply- '
,I are particular 'she is not able to walk about, yo.u ,

1 everything at our command that can Dann & Damn I' . .
eat I.j I.. with
; ( they , everything need in that '
add to her comfort is placed at her you ",
':, .. disposaL Grocery' Company '
line at rock
launches and fish wagons pass to- ., bottom. prices. ,_,
:MARKET wards your city during the evenings -101 ,Broadway .

) RULLBASS of each day to deposit their loads; '

'anewi these socmlled, fish wagon. are really Operates the Cleanest Store Ross
P 1 ORDIABASS, '\, water barges, but.are denominated and Sell |he Freshest Groceriesof Hardware Store
i the fishermen '
: fish wagons by on account .
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o' Any House in Kissimmee. ." .....
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AUTHOR OFDRAINAGE yesterday Times by S': J. Triplet; >ver the ground.,:,' H. |eft with th..I to conduct the business. the Comsaar

editor of, the Kissimmee Valley 'Gaxette. .. Idea of returning at until the officers' wbe shall be elect ?. .t
b 1cOntinued an early'dat.. at the first election of saiS
effloer ot
which was the tame in substanc Mr. Elliot Is building oh" his farrr Company shall be qualified: .. .

: b ( from page 1)Not'only' as an article published in the last nuni. in Sec. 85. Ii. W. THURA President!
W B.. MAK !! /tat Vie. President
, must bel"'o( the Gazette. Mrs., Henry-Keen' M. 8KIVKH. S4retary;
'INSTOCK they make o' of Miami Is visitIng .
report >
.... It._ 1J. J RTKR...Treasurer*
; all work 'done, etc.. but they must 'The drainage law as enacted at tbo relatives In Orange" / Center this and the following Directors..

4 have published within thirty days af. last cession is a very deceptive plec week. M. W. THURMAN.

PL&l'fmai IIEA4Wg. IITm.UI P&D of ter such annual meeting a statement of legislation. 'There Is, and has always H.W. O.a REIVER.MAKINSON.
money received R. O.
money paid
lII&TCHlCal out '
rowER SELF PEED RIP and money on hand. They are also been, universal sympathy with SOUR, ACID STOMACHS V.: H. THURMAN. .

PBRKII'fI'EOGERII' SIIIl'fOLE TRIMMER' required to keep a record of all their the general object of such laws. It Is QA8B8 ,O& LNDIQB&TIONEach roldjp The.annual hall be meeting on 'the ,second of the Tuestfar stock '

H&CnII'fIlRY' : proceeding's' .nd this shall be open to conceded by all that the thousands of In February. of each ) beginning
I ENOINE p te 40 .. SAWMILL' inspection by any person interested acres, of overflowed "Pap.'. Dlapepel dlgeet 8000 with the, year 1'lt&I. which. meeting
BOILERS and semi-floodec -'--- the Director chall b. "--
, ,. 4o ... Uc.i"'llen' ; their agent attorney.. grains food all elected and th*
ending stomach
) They are lands In Florida officers of the Corporation shall be
IAWDl1l1T COKVHYOns' SLABPULLKYS CMEYOR required to make contracts in writing/ ought to be drained misery" In fly* minutes. elected by the Director as soon as

GASOLIl'f1il B1'fOll'fEII' STJDAH and agree in advance of the.perform- and that the carrying into, effect of practicable after. the Stock-holders1

LATH HILLS FEEDS ance of services as to what"compensation such measures would add immensely Time, JU! In fire minutes all stain meeting.AKTICI.H Vtl.
I .. DUIIlT01'f SAW. MILLS shall be paid to persons em- to the area o( cultivable lands ach distress will go. No Indigestion Said Corporation shall adopt 'an ap
sloyed.: The chief engineer and Heartburn sourness or belching of propriate seal and shall adopt by-la-ws;

IrrAII'TI1'fO''IAW'BITII ... .u:;...... .f ..w. by them is required to execute employed bond consequently to the v lue.of' the crops gas add, or eructations of undigested. Inconsistent tor the government wltb Its of Article its affairs of Incorporation not

\ : BOXES for the faithful performance of his produced upon them, food. no oJizlness, bloating, .foul. and the Law of the State of

\ BELTING. 4 CradM-... ... ,. best duties. Great precaution is taken to After carefully examining the act breath or headache. florlda' ,. which b-I.....* may be amended
Pape's or repealed by the Board of Directorsas
CHAINS HOOKS insure Dlapepsln Is
CANT businesslike for
a administrationof noted Ita
TONGS under the b provided said
direction >of the able may In by-laws.
EVERYTHING' FOR TJHH the affair of the district. very peed In regulating upset stomachs. ARTICLE VJlL. '

\ SAWMILL Then one might get the impression i and; sensible articles of Editor Vrip- It Is the surest quickest stomach rem.'edy The highest amounnt of Indebtedness "

"" .U. for from your article that the owners of ett we haVe, come to the conclusion In the whole world and besides It or can liability at any to time which subject this Corporation Itself shall \\

: ..4 ,Prices a, majority of the lands *in any pro- I that it ought not to have been passed; li harmless put an end to stomach be ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND (tlOO- '
posed drainage district could establish trouble forever by getting a largo 000. 0) OOLJ-ARS, '
that it Is '
an exceedingly mischievous ARTICLE? IX.
such district IIrt.Yj'ent case ,of Papa's Dlapepslo.
% a over the objections The names and residences of the
: of-those owning a smaller number of piece' of legislation ,and is founded from any drug store. You realise/ In subscribing Inoerporators ..together

acres which 'is. also misleading since upon ideas contrary and repugnant ire minutes bow needless It ts to suf- with the number share of eh* anthorized -
fee capital stock subscribed for
the establishment of any Drainage to the principles our republican In.8titution. from Indigestion dyspepsia or any by each, are a* follows:

plf.trlct.! .under.this law, is loft to the stomach disorder. It's the quickest U. W. THURMAN. Klsslmmee. .Florda '
Judge oi the Circuit; Court of Surest and most harmless stomach I ISO shares;
Florida It In doctor W B. MAKINSON. Klsslmmee., Flor-
some particulars embodies the In the world.
who shall be
of the opinion, after hi da. 10 shares; < .
has heard all objections that may have now almost universally apolied piin- *- -Adv. H. a. SKIVER.: Klsslmmee, Florida.

been filed that the establishment ol ciples of "local option." That is 'it SOshares R. D. : ) ,
NOTU'N PORTER. Klsslmmea Florida
district and the
.D. improvements to ostensibly leaves to the of PATHNT A.M IMfOHI'OltATION. is hares:
G. WllNEQ INSllllllOE be made thereunder will be for the people the ., L>. H. THURMAN, Klsslmmee Flordn -

. GEHGY .... advantage of the owners of the real district the decision of the question j I .. 10 WITNKS3 shares.IN WHEREOF.' W*' bar ..

property therein. whether it shall be drained under theprovlslqn'l the) NOTICE) IS HKREBY GIVEN That hereunto set our hands on this tIle

Successor to Arthur E.,Donefan Agency The Judges of pur Circuit Courts, of the act We say "os- () *e"underlined>or ot the State Intend of to Florida apply on to the the 6th daY- .f October.W. THURMAN.A, p. 111.II. '

Room No. 9 Second floor.Citizen Bank Bu who must be residents'of Florida and tensibly" because the leaving to the 16th day ot November.' A. D. till for1UKTTKIIS W. H. MAKINSON. .. -
ldiDI. Phone
246 duty it is to protect the rightsof PATKNT Incorporating the li. U 8KIVKR.
the residents of his circuit wouldcertainly people is only apparent. It l Is reallynot ( MCISLA? ?. .RUCT10>' *. EncvniOL'INZ ,.- It. DAVID PORTER. '' "

General not BO far forget his.dulies left to the people at all but to the p-tupo..d COMPANY Charter and under Article.the following of f'n- D, H. ,TH UnMAN. _

Insurance .Buslne*., representing. the strongest and most as to establish a drainage distrtc't'un.der acres. corporation, a copy of which has been State of .FLORIDA ) '\
Reliable this law the flied In the Office of the Secretary of : SU
companies. over of
>, resident objections That- mayseenfrather puzzling; State of the State of Florida. County of OSCEOLA) '

We will good, citizens.theref unless there were but it is this ways The people go '.AIIT1CLR8 OP INCOnPORATlrON AND', He IT KNOWN. That before inanJ'for. tiPs ,
II continue the Busl new of the Arthur! E. reasons r. ;'At majorityof undersigned Notary Publlo
) Donrgan Agency the owners of lands in a proposed through the form of voting upon the I'KUIHJHGU OSCBOLA CHAKTKH OF' THIS : the State of Florida at Large personally -
without chsnge-Your CON8TUUCTION & appeared H. W. THUIt AN. W. B.
patronage is respectfully 1I01I lted. district or the owners of a majorityof !question of drainage, but each owner UISVKLOI'INU; COMPANY. MAX! $074. H. n. SKIVER H D. PORTKH -
the lands may file a petition'for the casts Th; undersigned hereby aaiioclat. and H. THUUMAN. to-meweli,
establishment .of such district but as many votes as he owns acres tlu-MiBplveii tutcvthrr for the purpose, of known n.J. ; to me to be the Individuals

___._._______ "....... _- ,_ .- when objections are filed it is left to .-so it ts the acre that votes after'all ot Ix't-onilnif the mate Incorporated of Florida! under the laws their d..crlbJ'oamos d In to and the who foregoingproposed subscribed
-- the sound discretion of the Judge as and not the man. ARTICLHJ I. Charter and each, acknowledged
$ $ to wtetfcer : The. name of this corporation shall that he executed the same for thspurposes .
$ the district
$ shall shallot
or And then, too, there J is no require. l b" .111* 08CEO ,.A CONSTRUCTION & therein expressed.V1TNICSS .
be established. 'ment .UBVKLOPINU:\ COMPANY. It. prin- \ my hand and official seal.
RARE'CH"ANCE IN SUBURBAN The assessments for 1 preliminary that the owners, of lands shall cipal ofllcs and place of business shall at Klsslmmee, In bald County and State, '
; HQME! bo In KlRnlmm, In the of 0.eGIa ..
of district be ]residents of the county or this-the loth dsyof October.
shallot even
expenses organizing a 'HtJioIJI" !
: '
A. other,interest* present my living there. I offer (for sale. and State of Florida and It. buslncnH. (N. P.) 'ELIZABETH
my exceed BO cents but it he State in order bualn..... ..
Kith per acre, to entitle, them to or may' be conductedilHrwhere ( ). Notary I>ubllc. State of FlorIda -
place on Lake four and'a half miles from Kissimmee and equi- may be 10 cents or less per acre, and In the State of Florida, or In Commission expires Oct.
the .
distant from St. Cloud. the assessments thereafter made for vote upon question of drairmfea.'hey \;!; other 81.t... and. Countries through of-' lv. 1(11.JOHNSTON .
live In the north In' aKencles or otherwise A UARRETT. .
I Ihs; property comprise ever 20 acres of good land. and hat the purpose of 'paying the costs of may or an may bu'I\Ti'Jl.rlf.onv.nlont.., Attorneys for Incorporators. .',("
Europe or in other of the u. '
I constructing the ,improvements, etc., any part -
660 feet on the lake front. Excellent Th"n..ral the '
fishing. nature of builnc.n.or .
or for the of bonds IN llIirilT (' STATeS OFFMMIIIIA. ; (
purpose paying globes they are voters upon this question buKlncKscH, to be TOURT ,
The land is half fruit and traneacted'by the SIt% I'I'lI JVllt'IALillcUlr ,
balance ,
muck. Ha almostnew. .
house which may be issued to obtain money all the, same. laid Company I. as follows: COUNT.IN .-. ., :.
story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two well. to pay for such construction must be To acquire by purchase or otherwise. IHANCKRY.i,
i (one of these i ii flowing) of fine artesian water good out-buildipgs, based upon the benefits to accrue to I There may be, say, one thousand own!iaue.hold Bell jdlipoee-convey,. exchantre trade ordeal KATIE E WILLIAMS, Complainant vs. ,

barns and chicken each particular tract of land; and such and-owners. whose lands lie within the In real eatate or other property CLARENCE; T.> WILLIAMS. Defendant.It ( r
p runs. Benefits are to be assessed or estimatedby district I personal or mixed; to purvey, subdivide appearing by affidavit appendedto
County road and A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot > three competent disinterested com- proposed to be drained butpel plat.: Improve and develop lands (or the the bill filed In the above-stated. : c I
of sale and to ,
of them purpose or.otherwl..1) cause that CLARENCE T. WILLIAMS, ,
t one owns a greater
with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. missioners who are not owners of landin naps io and perform all things needful for the defendant therein named la a nonresident
Cloud. Title the district or related to any peron number of acres than all the, other the development. Improvement and of the State of Florida and ..
to property perfect. Price very, reasonable and term management of .ame; for residence a resident of the United States of America ;
in'such '
who nine
does land district nine hundred and ninet to.
i if desired. own $- put trade or business; to carry on and entertain the of twenty-one ysarel
given Apply to J. W. Prentis Box 196. Kissimmee. Fla. over age ,
who are to be appointed by the business transaction ,
gether. If so he has the power Under any undertaking; It Is therefore ordered that said nonresident .. ij1': ;
37tf Circuit Judge; and it is expressly pro or operation commonly carried. defendant b* and .la hereby ..
this undemocratic law to force the onor undertaken by promoters Investors required to appear to the bill of com' 'lutd :.r
vided that the of such
$ $ $ $ $ $ $ aggregate assessments ,
) financiers contractors merchants
..' plaint filed In said cause on or before
into'measures and ,
shall in no case exceed the owners compel commission men and agents. and In the Monday, the Srd day of November. A. Jand:

.. -" ---..,. benefits to accrue to such lands. them to pay the special tax pro-, course of such business or businesses andsell D. 1 18 otherwise the allegation of .\1act4I 1
The National Drainage Congress of to draw. accept endorse, acquire said bill will b* taken a. confessed by th..
vided for their lands in orderto .
upon or own any negotiable or transfer- said defendant. .
which the writer is a member and the the- abie. Instruments and sureties wicluding It Is further ordered that this order Do, .,
C SO F..A.BMEe:: : :: Executive Committeeman for the Stateof carry out drainage scheme. It debentures. bonds notes ana bill be published once a week for four consecutive *
rich the to outvote of exchange" ) to establish construct weeks In the Klsslmme'Vali
givesone man power ;
N"ebnu Florida has that -
urged, nearly
: :N
:E: operate and conduct manufacturingpiants Icy Gazette, newspaper, published la
uniform laws on the subject of drainage and to overrule.the will of nine for the purpose of manufaotur- said County :.. State.

Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency as possible be enacted by. the several Hundred and ninety-nine poor men. .It ice paving blocks of wood or any other This October. IrdTlMI.Seal . :
material to establish construct
p and in order to assist In ; op- ( ) J, L OVERSTREBT. ri..
states Is placing the dollar above the man, crate and conduct saw mills, shingle 4J- t Clerk Circuit, Court., _." .
State Bank Building this respect a Model Drainage Law mills novelty works turpentine farms a..;. DECKER, I .
was prepared by a committee of said and I Is opposed to the genius- our and stills hotels electric lighting andpo..r Solicitor for Complainant. < ppitspouit

I Congress and presented to and approved .institutions.. .__.. and systems plants, tram water ways work., ,lot exchanres roads ,, .,'
by the said Congress at its dredging and draining plant. and systems NOTtCH OF' APPLICATION' FOR 'l'ASIJIC..O :
This for the UNWKM SECTION ST4 AND Jout3.
session held in New Orleans in April Iniquitous'law provides sewerage" plants and systems; STIt flHNBKAl. STATUTKS SF .

1912; this Model Law was followed in creation of a board supervisors the and tlea to-manufacture lumber paving ano materials deal In buildIng cross- THIS BTATH Of FLORIDA.Notice .. M. '.:

the preparation of the present law members of which are elected by the material. and naval stores of all Is hereby given that Minnie of le come -
M. A.
Roger and Snyder purchasers
VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES which I am pleased to state was pre- acrei and clothes these supervisorswith kind.dealers; to In carry merchandise pn the trade and supplies of general of Tax Certificate No. '74, dated the Srd wilt
pared principally by the writer. I had day of July. A. D. 1111. bas filed said ,., The
the of levying a taxAof all kinds on the co-operative plan; to certificate In office and has made .--1 1appllc.tlon iii.
VIA : studied the drainage laws of other power_ ,;" ; build' buy sell equip operate and own for my tax d..ed to Issue In accordance ".',rtlemedcharge'-
states for more than a year! before this fifty cents' an:acre;to,defray the costofpreliminaryAworkl steam ships: steam boats* sailingves.- with law. Bald certificate era*. .. . '
TIj6TI: : : OA.B'I: LtNE: : erie. dredges, motor launches, powerboats '
.A. described. um>rtr .
the bill and urtherprovides'that' braces the following pr .
law. was prepared or )( .;!Itjf and other boats and property to ,..,.;, i.bedr' -
. ' l;''" : FROM KISSIMMEE '( _1 :,' >- which was enacted into such law. ? I I'they"shall; have, the au- be,' used In such business trade commerce I ida situated to-wlt: In Osceola- C"untFlor.'\ and..

. $9.85: Pensacola fl i., and return. Tickets on sale have good given drainage a great law deal for of the time state to geta of thority to issue bonds against all the and operate or navigation canals ; sea and walls to construct and. piers.docks. terminals , Two-Hundred-flfteen Lot number Nineteen(111)(11)of th.of Block Town, it<.. ;" \ e:,most

Ode 18-19-20lh. Limited Oct. 29th. U. C. V. Florida without asking for one dollar land in the drainage district to a total 'rnhaneetr: e with U.u busl- of Ins St. Cloud Florida. The said lot be- ; eiJl -, -

.out .considerable dollar and cents ness; to conduct a general real estate ::: : : .
for same, and have paid a sum of one sixty-five such of the )'
and Ticket sale and brokerage business' and to act a.ali'ent
La. !
Orleans return.
New on
23.40 amount for my personal expenses and it (is further KNOWN.
per acre; providedthat and broker or Attorneylnfactfor be redeemed 1| county ...j.
Oct. 11-12-13th. Limited Oct. 18th, extension ' besides. the same land may be further any person or persons, firms or corporations -. will lssuex grap6al -
buying selling pledging.and
in conclusion thatI .In .
Permit me to say November, donat-,
to November 8th. bonded to maintain the ditches. dealing 'In real or personal property Witness
said does
think your art'cle a great or Its accessories; to engage, In spaoa

19.40 Asheville, N. C., and return. Tickets on sale injustice to Senator: l>rane who intro- There appears to be no limit pre- the general contracting for and build. at day of money.

: 2nd. duced in the Senate the bill which I the amount the continuance ..' Ing of dwellings and business sidewalks houses.paving Ct.) pay "
Oct. 19202122nd. Limited November/ scribed to or of streets and con. iCt
under discussion )
later became the law now struction- Jetties and manufacturing1or as. etc. :
49.10 New York and return. Tickets on sale Od. which he did at the request of this bonding process. It all materials needed for the conduct that, .

of Hon. R. C. Hatton, myself and may as far as we-can see, be carried of such business or businesses; Osce-'
Limited November 10th. and all other businesses
202122nd. to any .
others. He became very much inter- i I on until the total value of the land is and, to do any and, all other acts and Re. lrl.';;.& the 1/0
. 19.20 Mobile, Ala., and return. Tickets on sale Oct. ested in the bill and but for his effortsit reached and no one Is found to buy .things and to exercise any and all *I, that.
which necessaryor
other may
would perhaps never have becomea powers ; thine*
Limited Nov. 5th. Extension to convenient In connection -- Be It '.' :
expedient or
24-25-26th law; he believed he was doing a the bonds, therewith. or In addition to the ...._ (./ of ourf.

November 30th. great good for the State of Florida As far as the details of this measure business or businesses heretofore specified Section and 1. I 'a

32.13 Nashville Tenn. and return. Tickets on sale and for his own 'county, and belief.I feel are concerned the boasted and highly/ which of a tbla natural'character person may and lawfullydo a corporation the passage owner r ,makes 1' ,
sure he was justified in this and exercise; and to do any and all running at other(
Oct. 28-29Ih. Limited to November 5th. Having devoted a great deal of timeto prized right of local self-government Of the businesses or things beforementloned Klsslmme expens. ,

the preparation of this law' and in is absolutely and completely obliter- either alone or In combination.It be Bee.lined 1.not. will be ,
that all the objects
information or reservations call on have it enacted as I did, you li* the Intention streets of '
trying to ated.-Tampa 'Times.Orange and powers Bpecined and clauses contained .
W. C. GILBERT, Ticket Agent/ Kissimmee ... can readily understand why I feel so In this paragraph shall except be '
oJ. G. r aD d D' *., and I feel that where otherwise expressed In said paragraph owner or ,;
A. W. Frltot, D. P.. A.. '. ._ much interested in it, be no-wise limited or restricted the owner stat*,
:Jacksonville.For Tsm_ I am prettyell qualified to exjlainits by Inference to or Inference) from It shall be be coal ,
provisions and to defend the members I Center II"tha terms of any.othe" clause of.this.or kill the thNO'
II of this Char. a period of
of the Legislature who withouta any other paragraph Read d
% ter'; but that the onjecls and powers a .
.. .. . .. .. dissenting vote in either house pass- I, In each of the clauses of thlaI imous
.. .
. . .. -- who approvedit. I.peclll..d Blon of the
--fl - ed it, and the Governor I shall be regarded a. 'Independent Oct.'A. D.
I feel that I have done much in Mr. Gazettes We are feelirg jubilant object and powers. Approved :

aiding in the manner I have the passage over the fact that"we, arc'growing 1| The amount AHTICLB of Capital III.Stock authorised D'.m>',

well as duty shall 'b FIFTY THOUSAND (|60.000.00) .- ,
of this law. as my but '

of Fancy as a member.of the National Drainage' steadily Not with building.a mushroom Our growth new comers, Hundred) UOLL.AUS.(50O: ) shares divided of the into par valueof Five Attest:& 1. '" i

I" Big Crops Congress. ONE HUNDRED (flOdOO) DOLLARSeach. J. t
.Now in conclusion let me say thatI are all people of stamina and purpose, Any part or all. of said capital no's

believe the law you are condemning 'They are people who know what it is stock' property.may be labor payable or ,services either In, at cash'or1n a Just 1'fOTIC"' ... ONIX

ill as'good a drainage law as any state to build a new country and are not valuation to be Hied by the Incorporators IN COURT '[ '
Fruit but doubt there will be found Director at a meet. OF
I las, no of the hardships of pioneering.With lrdtJlorthu '
but these can be amended afraid InC purpose; and the Im re ....
: mperfections, 'wlth the judgment of such Incorporators or, DI. .4'
Commissioner of
W. A. McRae, !- that kind people .
Hon. of .uch
later. r.. tor.. as to the value proper.ty Notice ts !
Send for our: new of Agriculture in an article' in land and climate to back thjir pur.. / labor or services shall. In the absence It may Tues"
about of fraud be conclusive upon the of ..
Book the Florida Grower published statement pose we'ha ,. only success in,,front of stock-holders and all parties dealing to the : by's
Free. Citrus July or August. made the with the .Company. The authorize of said
that this law' was of greater import- us. .&* I I capital stock may be Issued and paid my final .:
the of Flondathat of Ilinoio was In Orange for at .such time or times and upon of the .
. entitled! ance to development. last Legislature Boy Reynolds such term and conditions a. the Board ed; and ,
any Jaw by Center the past week inspectinghis i of Directors may determine; and the present to 3110
or words to this effect and he capital stock may be Increased from as ,* dun
: it his attention ever since ) land. time to time beyond: the amount stated.In .' ask.for, .
Fruitfulness of'
, given manner Prj.vfded by,Uw. .. ;
: before it was introduced in the Senate A party at Mr. Savage's last Friday 1 IV. 17.1mo' to

fuU"lnformati9n'. as' to kind, quantity and mode of, I I trust you and all who are interested night was well attended! and the, usual The corporation until dissolved Shall exist acceding/perpetually to-

It gives : will give this law more careful I law.; or .f HOTICB.' 1
time was .
of **. without regard to previous good ARTICLE V. :

application thOUihti, i should like to discuss all Fish are biting again and Mr. The Charter of this Corporation maybe IN TUB ,d
amended from time to time a. provided ,
.,. Fall.Fertl' its provisions but space and time for- Spence says they never did ,taste as by law now or hereafter enacted ,
ers. bids. However. I .shall be pleased ; and have published due notice 'w
the law to anyone good as now. Lthereof. and have ,otherwise complied
with OflIJ'J
part of. .
1. 'nothing to .compare explain any made and Es a
field result there ; I of Manhattan, with the Statute In such case .
For' profitable who may so desire.Yours Mr': Howe and family provided. Notice Is

and ,Ideal.Methods I vry truly Kansas moved to Orange Center last ARTICLE VL It man _
Ideal Fertilizers G O. W, OL IV R. farm The business of this Corporation until January. A. set,
and Jet n. quote you week and are now living on their otherwise provided shall be conducted the I of
Write ua your requirements -- by a President a 1st Vice Pr_- said Court
LA in,Sec. 33. ,, Id.ntTa id Vice President a Secretary my BnU "
THE DRAINAGE VfWe boss a and a Treasurer; and a Board of Dlreetor oY the ..
TOOMER ,FERTILIZER CO. deal of A twenty-pound baby can consisting of not less than three deceased; .
,had,not given a great members wlll
WILSON but a two hundredpoundman (S) nor more than seven (7) : prevent

,JACKSONVIL ,,"FLA. ) I attention ,to the matter of the drainage woman can't, do it. the the stock-holder number of Directors. In the to by-laws be nxed from by eounts and ask a. ' -

.C&r8on Grocery Co. law enacted by the last legislature "W.V : time to time.' .Th same person may Dated.
Local Agent, Waters & directly and J. W. Coffman of Huntington, Bold two or more office The following e
until it was brought her looking named persona shall b* the officers l.-I n, I "
'r. several days
letter In., ; .spent .
to our notice by a . . ." -
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