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: November 7, 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: VID00619
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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[,PROPERTY ADJOINING THE flfl l llilfiliillll )lf 4 : FAIR TO BE HELD'

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I -I ai Osceola will a creditable t.

[$i Once in .every so often a really exhibit at the Mid-Winter Fair to beheld 1

proposition,, presents itself to a Ii : i ,i iIl'r. at.Orlando in February

[tq to make a most) decided improve Osceola county will have betterlisplay

ant and take a* 'most advanced step of products at the fair than

shout the expenditure of any great iltherOrange, Seminole, -Volusla 'or

mount of money. Lake county.

:' Sometime :the governors of that Osceola county will be awarded take advantage of thepportu.nity rat prise: ,,by the fair for It..'exhibit.

and make the imp.ove- of vegetable and fruits.

ent. Those are some pretty big'state

then again there are'spme pities '. vents to make, but then we have seen

But men who either 0 'I !.' V; { ''lli9 : the people of Osceola county in ae-
have a*governors ; ', occasion of
who ,:. :::" ;km on more than one
to keep in line :witliiLinodern'tlines 1 . .4. that they hare,
o not desire I IT--- his kind, and know {
or else possesq'an'economlcal -' lever yet fallen down on the job.

f streak too largo :tb ,sidesteporovercome. I' HOME OP A., S. NELSON ON BROADWAY.. _.. ... _.. .. .. .. The-question'of O.ceofa'eountyiaa '",*

*, _ .. _ .. .. ...... __ - ..... - .. - '- ... .. epting the! invitation of Orange: court.. .
----- atthe
make display of products ,.
I I ty to a
: Kissimmee seems to be governed Mid-Winter Fair has been discussed -e

by men of the latter class. WILL MAKE THE STORY far several weeks, and- the
rul head at the last meeting
made it our inflexible plan came to a
; have
c: full freedom in One Hundred Dollars of the Board of Trade when a committee -
7: to grant every man ,'R. ':'
business be consisting of H. E.Swabey
., his religious, political OF. DAMON and J. 'D.' Clark was,
inflexible I
likewise have an W. Meiklejon
'. but we "
lief, to INSPECTION Man to before the countycommissioners
rule that gives us the right Reward for the appointed appear
.: the acts of any and ask for an appro-, .
with or approve I-
differ and disctua\ those priatlon for the purpose of making. ;
officials '
or acts'all in public the Valley Gazette. <- Who Poisons the Dogs ;., AND PYTHIAS such display. ...
s+ Several months ago the Valley Ga 'OF ROADS Mr, $Swabey, who acted at

recommended the ,purchase by ...... 6f,the committee, performed this dutywell
zette Dakin .- ,- as evidenced b) the commissioners
of the lot fronting on ,
the city $250 provided the
avenue and adjoining the passenger discussed THE VALLEY GAZETTE WILL GIVE THAT, AMOUNT FOR THE ''IN. GRAPHIC MANNEF I city appropriating council and Board of Trade would '
time has -
;t depot, and since that : DURING THIS MONTH each appropriate a like, sum, and .
v the question with manyofSouiforemost . CONVICTION OF THE MAN WHO HAS POISONED '- named Chairman E. L. Lesley to aetvfor i

citizens. I in carrying the.
r The facts that led up to the ad DOGS 'IN KISSIMMEE .DUUNG ,tit? ,.. SUPREME''REPRESENT.AT'VE GW . scheme the commissioners to a successful conclusion- '"

this purchase by the,Valle; COUNTY COMMISSiONERS : THREE '. appear '
vocacyof follows: 'Thi I BOARD OF PAST WEEOV- .A\ t'- ,PENNIMAN.ENTJRTAINS; Messrsr Lesley -and rmbcy- \
Gazette are about as {4 council at Its meeting
R; officials of the A. C. L,. Ry. made the. AND COMMITTEE' OF "!" LOCAL;: KNICHITS'WITII, ed Tuesday'before night the and requested thai,

proposition that Jf the city woulcpurchase CITIZENS' WILL INSPECT STEREOPTICON VIEWS body to throw $250 into the hat/
a the lot mentioned of Its that PUBLIC ROADS BETWEEN 0' The most despicable, cowardly creature that divine providence PLACE THAT which it without any preliminaries,
railway would donate all property I OF TilE, and now it is up to the Board of Trade

;' adjoining and extending of to KISSIMMEEAND perambulate on top side of earth is the man who 'w, throw\ JUSTIFIED ,FOUND- at its meeting Monday to hold up its
''avenue for the purpose II with the same amount,
: Sproull : end of the pole
a park, which would make a park one JACKSON poisoned meat around for the purpose of poisoning dogs. Hes.o I ING THE: ORDER. which that body will do without "i.
and fifty
block long and one hundred VILLE. Licit telescope dissenting vote.
would require
that it a ,- t
and principle
feet wide.E small in manhood Dr. T. M.<
council appointed
I Ii" this city The
L. Lesley appeared before advocated the --'\,' . it. to see'him;h a coward that a baby girl... with a'lightning' bug on the" end' ..:/1 "and;;\The vicinity Knights heard of Pythias-of with much pleas I Rivers to act for the city on the committee
council Monday 'nigbt and last"meeting'of therBoard, of "'. lfl.j11"r.\I\!'( 11" "+ !9!r.:" Le' "MI't'11it\'l'\ 'In."ix' and the Board of Trade will
head \
the purchase by the city of this lot At the :' Stan'ord ( cob) could run into L: "eNTohopekahgaland; poIseSSel a ure' Supreme chair I its member Monday right.-- Theplan' '
H. torn ,
with 'i'J .Massachusetts
A. Trade, a committee, ioa! r >..tJt (! 9'Jf';ll W, Penniman, of
of the offer of the! '''''' }lII r'';r Yutosr 1i1\11 ; 'ti\iIJ!\ ,, that these three gentlemen,
and acceptance toippear ar Committee is,
that he had discussed as chairman,,was: appointed; .. ((1.i. soltlthat could knock his brains_. outwith'afsponge.. . f\W\ 't""Ii man of the Supreme Lodge 1 to take charge
": C, L., saying before the county commission ''so" *, -J ... .-one. , ._, =X 1. VTi r** ,p V- 1 on Pythian Education, who gave hii will select some one ,
the proposition with many favorable prominen to ers and recommend that the Board A creature of that description has been operating in Kissimmee illustrated lecture, "The Story of I\pf the entire matter, and use his best and '
what manner'
found-all to in
citizens, and as a in the schoo judgment as
committee or ,
Mr. Lesley further told thi sither- through a which: time several very fine dogs Pythian Knighthood .Grand would make the mostreditable
the plan. and accompanied by a delegation for the past three weeks 'during auditorium Monday evening j what product
take Cody, fair.
council that he stood ready to citizens, make a Chancellor .W. J. Sears presided over; display at, the '_ _
the lot off the city's hands at.the pur of of one the or state more for the purpose of have died from eating poisoned meat that was thrown promiscuouslyon the-; meeting and introduced the speak Ii.appears to us that If this committee r

chase price a tany time. the iI, tour the several characters oi: er in a brief but appreciative speechMr. would make a canvass of the
trade bad. Inspecting the streets.A .. .I truckers of county
the and
thought constructed, fruit
oad that has been particularly Penniman traveling, ." growers '
( President J. W. Thompson Tavoretthe as to the cost of same and brute of that character is more, dangerous to the communitythan the auspices and by the'directions ol that more oranges, tangerines, donatr
and declared it would materials used. and his lee, fruit and vegetable. would be ,
proposition, he durability of the and lower the Chancellor,
be a most wise move on the part of: of roads -is one that the worst stick-up man that ever,committed a robbery- ture Supreme which is illustrated by one hundred -.\ ed than could find room In tho money'appropriated space'
The question .the
the city, as one of the urgent need Mr. Stanford's that roamed our and fifty superb stereopticot I allotted this county, and. .
much of ever ,
than the'mangiest cur to
engaged used
of Kissimmee was a first class, park, las and he was thoroughly qualified I in the scale of morals views, is unique in the hsitory of f raternal -' could be pay .'i
" better suited attention and unlike such expenses as wages, G
; and-he knew of no place the matter in an intellirent organizations anything \ that '
for its location than that adjoining to place commissioners.. else that has been given to thiwblic. I There is no county in Florida
President light before the \ streets.The rid Killirn ee'of this 'creature' first. citrus fruit-'equal to Osce* .
the passenger depot. But sir Stanford went exhaustively into Valley Gazette desires to It is at the same time a produces concedes that the' .
Thompson was forced to play his par that the people 01( dollars rewardfor class lecture, both as to descriptivenatter' ola,.and everybody that ..,
the subject and that end will pay one hundred and has beer I celery here surpasses
alone.Councilman to grown
had and pictures
of. the game county, as far as he shape, two things .
Osceola Kalamazoo.-the
thi ) of the in various parts of the country t grown at
Rivers expressed in favor lead his arrest an conviction. given of ourj'exhibit. /
I hat able to learn were definite information that will to great enthusiasm on behalf[ that will form a large part' ?n
Kissfmmee already arousing
f opinion that 8sloners- adopting- a .1' 1?
comm: tell I ,
I lecture
parka enough to' meet all demands the, plan of road building before any mono I L o of the dramatic organization.1 and believe was the
besides- he did not that everyone the other"Bounties
and expended; what products
t 23K difference
ey exemplified
had and Pythias, 10
worth the price asked. that thousands of dollars Damon. to what,expel1H, .
, roperty aware Sicily, and display, nor
first readingat
its ,
C.. E. Yowell stated wasted in the past in an efforto zette, was placed on' years ago in' Syracuse Osceola county will be ":
Councilman been with council meeting Tuesday night, which the ritual of the Order ;hey may go,
that he had not given-the matter any: find some suitable material THE MOVING consideration postponedtill upon .of Pythias is based.It' awarded first prize in every depart-.\
to Knights '
further of the
s not; roads, but up Lake
and therefore was which' to build our Seminole Volusla,
consideration, had the regular meeting in December, alllO tells Devolution, of Pythian nent, and if \I
'. tin a position to generally he present time every, attempt PICTURE ORDINANCEREAD in order that our people may have I Knighthood as a" fraternal organisa. )r Orange don't believe that conk J
matter has been dig- a failure; in all they have to do to be {
(This proved that he opportunity of expressing their 'tion frftm the day of its inception nest, I''
a cussed by our people. for the past four Mr. StanfordJnade business it plain life not the opinions for or against its enactmentinto Washington, D. C.. February 19th,, 'rinced is to be on. hand when 'beL'1oprizes +''-'
months.) represented the time, and i. really are awarded.
the whole LAID law. 1864, to the present '
but AND
Councilman G, II. Prather was ai only of Kissimmea. recommendation FIRST TIME So tar-aa. we have heard the ordi- a graphic and entertaining as well ai \
silent as the tomb of an Egyptian Bounty in making this thatn OVER TILL NEXT MEETINGOF in its present form discussed, instructive story of the birth and PETITION 70 AMEND
princess on the subject therefore it Is. and told the could not .spend'honey CITY COUNCIL. it nance meets with approval, and its terms growth of the organization which ii 1

not known what line of thought migh his opinion they than to make will meet the ends! sought, that la, the third largest fraternal organist- DOG ORDINANCE
be working In his brain. more judiciously of rod the prohibition of any Immoral or tion of its kind in the Western Hemisphere : ,

,y, Anyhow, Mr. Lesley's little speed a thorough inspection to the Georgia every line I The much-talked: o'f ordinance regu suggestive picture being thrown onthe and which at the present time

met a'cold and cruel slap on the wrist, from Kissimmee definitely what material lating the moving picture shows In screen a thing that has rarely oc- has enrolled more than three-quarten. -

... the whole subject matter being care efore to deciding Use in building roads in' this this city, and which was published Ga-in curred in the past. of a million men. WANTS DOGS MUZZLED ONLY.
be to ugh issue of the Valley' Mr. Penniman has twice visitec 'v
? fully laid away, to brought last week's THE SUMMER'MONTHS. ;
council assemble: Sicily, in search of historic ,
again when'the new oTheycommissionera took the same -, Syracuse, 1 '- .
1914.i time"during material and a setting'for thi \
first meeting in April and at some I proper
the wil dew of the matter, with of Damon and Pythias. His last ____ ;'
i It is not likely the. opportunity this month, in .company story of the 'o("
made in June present
* again come Klsslmmee's way ti of citizens, the road suaervisor visit was of the council T_.
ever a of accompanied by'a At the meeting
in the heart of the sit;, .engineer/ will Meeting year, and he-was .. by
,'. acquire a park and county inspectionf expert Italian photographer, the' result day night a.. petition, signed rj
*' at such a low coat as the one no leave in autos on a tour of Important 'of whose work waa especial!;] number of citizens, was pr sen IIIt.

proposed, and we can not refrain hen:.I the roads In practically every. . MondayWhat gratifying to Mr.. Penniman and was taking that the ordinance\ req1Ii
saying that the members of the council wunty -middle and north the Board of Trade partly-shown in connection with thlilecture. all dogs to .be muzzled whileat

are displaying a lack of'businesiforesight S. Maxwell, representing Mr. Penniman la maUag i a large be so amended as to ;p
in not taking advantage oj;: commissioners of .Brevard would trip through the South 'at this time, that dogs be muzzled only .durU

td 'it. It' is useless to argue'that thi wired the Board here that he with and during his absence from his home. the summer months, the time of
e1, first Impressions of a stranger are th willingly work In conjunction determining importaat Metis si.e. ilia '..... which is in Boston, he will visit the rear when dogs are most likely toiffected 5
the most
most lasting, and. If this park,.wai our county engineer in Kissim- is to be one,: of Matters leading cities In Vlr inia.North Carolina with rabies.

made, it would make the connecting he; route the new road from take and the Board of Trade: Monday night. Florida, Georgia'Alabama, Missisaippi There is no question but whatis "
: brick should held by
link between the magnificent nee 'to Melbourne zation will be citizen inKissimmec and Maryland cruel to place'muzzles on some><
passenger I station and Broadway, as stood ready to defer to Osceola cow that should engage the attention of every luch as pointers,.setters and, .

the stranger would alight from the ty's wishes in the. matter. will be presented of a member to cooperate sounds, and the public generallyibe
;; would be beautiful ..instructedEnglnee will be the appointing OF THE law that i
'train his first view The. Board wU ,among-which FLORIDA, DEAD content with a
flowers and plants, a little further,Ludlam to take the matter up tbe : and county commissioners in ma dng'" EL S. D. O. RESIGNS place muzzles on bull dogs only<

'along would be the ,.magnificent .Mr Maxwell, to the end the that shorn with the city council Fair to'be held .ipecies, as we have before remarl .

grounds' touBroadway than Graystone.'which, road might most be direct builded.over route compatibl eliplay' Osceola county product at the Mid-Winter funds Jacksonville. Oet. L-Dr., W. JL that has and the the strength brains and of an ferocityL &at"it *<
out'on 'and sufficient lion ,
then est t
recommend the' of resigned as vice preaiden law. CIf
there is no prettier or cleaner street" with the cost, as well as to woul during February, and appropriating Bunion hail committee has been ruled that a
maternal that Orlando and chairman of the would be class I
of at attendance is u r- baracter ,
city. tbe full
in' any Is the'money Mr. Ludlai successful l conclusion. A of the Southern Settlement am '
it results. nneonstltutional.
The city needs this-park; give the best consultation the plan to a Ho declare aDd
will days for to carry Development Organization. bull deja w&mu.t." :
of the. citizens that pay will leave in a' few believe the to each the '
the purchase price; we have failed to with the Brevard authorities..Julian' gently requested. S. I.'rR.wIETr, that be for does.spending not the saonej ii) dogs'to wear''' ,lThe : '. .
plan-adopted :
citizen'that : petJtfo wag.
progressive1 .
find President.-
: one the proper< one
+ not favor the city,purchasing the Montsdocajhas been appoinl t JOHNSON. > of .the organization he left the orranUation wMcl next meeting, whiBuk
it CF and that wfll
Under these conditions I : counter petition
property. Sheriff L H. Ingram Secretary. the Gainesville plan.
had repudiated
council to purchase ed a deputy ,
,5 is the duty of the .the'la"breakers in \hI J
the most \ to look after 4s'
propertyaccept! this Mon .
.., He'qualifled
;.. district. 'V
L. and establish Whittier -
of the A. C, .
offer the Job. l.
"" 't/ park#!' v' dey and is powon, (; ( :V .
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; :/t Plea for the Seminole JTORRENS .PLANO !I I' -,- : ".

I : :" .c'. as Part' of Conservation.I F TITLES. 1 IS j! 9 AS A SPECIALTY. .-- ----: -'- ---- :

:.'l 1 I -- : BEST EVER TRIED
4 : [Written Dire i LADIES and "
\ by Minnie Moore-Will- 'was done without due consideration; :, -
ft -j; : son and Uea.d.Before the Nineteenth The I
j mfn..e/1 aged. jumped at conclu; I
W Annual Convention Florida Women's sions and as a consequence, the work]LAWYERS 'ARE NOT NEEDED--
t m Clubs, at Orlando November
done is lost time and money uselessly i
t 5th, 1913, by Mrs. Kirk Munroe.l spent, for'the water. does not run the |I" '
.- right way.' Tfce 1 people of Florida" i : A .
4 }1-1. "The subject of Florida Everglades
.were heavily taxed for this blunder,
i t has hung in .the balance for and buyer from all over the Unite> <11 ADVANTAGES WHICH WOULD J I i I. "JKissfmmee"
< several years, and justice, that proud States spent their money running into I BE SECURED BY CHANGE i I .. ."

r dame of American independence, has millions, purchasing in most cases IN STATE. OF FLORIDA I.I,I ," 1,;.- .. .;* .' ..--f-; "'.,', .,' ',"' I
Smiled then frowned, asher scales from northern corporations and from ': .- 1\\
J tried, to adjust themselves' equally to the enticing paper plot. I I II '
,. the credit of the state of Florida and "It if understood that the present [ Complaints are frequently heard of I Will Be Sold At t.
to our American honor. But, alas! enginereing corps will send in a recommendation | Corporations and politics were too'' for an appropriation, 'I I 1 that' has to be gone through in A Reduced Price' ;
heavy combination and Uncle Sam's; where millions of dollars will; again be .II'connection with his investigation and I ..- Special ) '
"' strong and, steady arm was called upon' ,called for to meet these enormous I I vouching of titles to real estate, and n J .. 1I
to right the overpowering: weights and drainage taxes,. and before any real'1 I'I I many schemes ,have ''been propounded I I '" ' Until Saturday, : ,: ;: \' :. J
.t I :
through the of 1912 at.,Wash- "
ameliorate ,
congress assurance of success can be estimated. ,i, to the present unsatisfactory "\ " I"
'. ington, the Augean stables of the Even the brief pen picture of these. '>. condition !in this respect, says the 1 I ,';", !, < . .1 ". 'I ''I"I'" I' I,' f'j

Florida Everglade drainage scheme- watery'prairies will convince the ', Jacksonville Metropolis. The opinion 1 : \j t\t:1\ : November. 8th. ,' 'l'1.. :"", ,l'<:'l",.;'lj.\\ L
the drainage question, taxation and reader of the gigantic'and; colossal task 'ia strongly held by realty operators', .. I "," : H'r.!J :' ,
false representations 'by unscrupulous that confronts the in charge. that were existing methods of title '-
powers Now is Your Time to Buy
'real estate agents were aired with "This vast region contains about!: ecruting' simplified' and rendered less I '" :t ;! l, '. ,',' -):}\ :
the that the state'of Florida 1 .. :' ''1'r.I' '! ,,,
result 4,000. square miles of marsh lands I[ expensive and dilatory, dealings in '" tf! i'
i appropriated $40,000 'and has compe and tropical, forests, interlaced with real estate would be' far more numer- :." .c : ,: '
'tent engineers appointed to thoroughly thick -clustering vines, and is the '| 'oils, with resultant benefits to theJ I : ; :
survey, estimate and advise as to greatest area of unexplored country seller" buyer' and intermediary, i{ I E.c : .t.tI
the feasibility of drainage; and ''to report in'' the United States. Even at this Several local firms have been U RPR S .
f: the work already done. in these writing, Engineer Hall is quoted assaying Ied on this subject of title sound'j J THE ,. : ..f.fI
.J I great swamps. ; that there are hundreds of tion' reform, and the opinions of ]I s ..
These' engineers, under the leadership of the ," .
square miles of the Everglades where ] more prominent operators in I I TORE
i of Isham G. Randolph, chairman, | 'this city have, been .- .
. no white man has ever set foot _The sought.; In view J
.. ;a1)d) Warren H.. Hall,, of- the 'United ,I, accounts of the-interior of' this mysterious I of the fact that Mr. R. W. Reynolds .
F. States geological survey, have just ret't' swamp are to be found only j !sales-manager to Messrs. Stocktoir & 116 Broadway ... ; Flaor
turned from the Everglades after several -;i;; in dim traditions or Indian legends i Barrett, had made a close study of the
t months' work in the watery :! Approaching the hidden Seminole I' >subject his.views were! requested. 1 1I

i wastes of. the Okeechobee country. I t i camps, one must travel through an |I.I.. Speaking of what is known as the -- - --- -- -'- .- -

'engaged During the In this time colossal, the engineers and were j'aquatic jungle in a light canoe, the:fTorrens system of land registration] borrow money( on it quickly and at'i I I t tit t t't ,,, I I I t t I I,' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I I It'' """,1-- )
survey, a motive power of which! is plenty"of i Mr.Reynolds furnished some Int.ert little expense. You don t have'to
employ ),
V force of from forty to sixty men were muscle broad esting information. .
a paddle a push
I a lawyer to examine the title to
(L ,
+ j; necessary in this work. pole about eighteen feet long, whena Mr. Reynolds, it may be mentioned, !l your horse or cow, nor to your oats t
} i, Drainage! a Question of National trackless waste of saw grass; and is a member of the Jacksonville Real I'and, hay. nor to your stocks and bonds. Pennies
Importance. water is entered with islands Estate Exchange which has ;
scattering gone onrecord .
'"With 11; you try to sell ;your land or borrow
the great amount of
rosy- and lagoons, and channels run- as in favor of this system, being money on it, the first question is
I.:;' hued advertising by land corporations ning in all directions. These chan- adopted and introduced into Flor I Have : t
you got a good title?
in the north,.backed by the influential nels often terminate in a pocket and I ida. Mr. Reynolds is the member of "No will
one or lend
,: names of some of the highest officials then trouble begins, "these pocketsare the exchange who introduced the resolution without being satisfied buy you money Make Dollars.
about ti-
1: in Florida, who were honest in their your .
shallow that skiff that the matter be
so a canoe or brought to tle. It must be examined by
//s a lewyer,
belief that the would
Everglades be. has to be pulled by rope or pushed the committee: of legislation to investigate and you have to pay the bill. 1
;;, come a veritable Eldorado 'of wealth, by hand through the mud and grass and report. This has since been "It doesn't matter how often the title '

{{ .,/'- in the the actual Everglades number of reached buyers of lands until deep water Is found. 'When the done. has been examined before it has to And Dollars grow when deposited -
er enormous water is high the trouble is not so Torrens System. be re-examined time deal
every a new i
'a t ' proportions and made the onestion great, but when it is low,' so writesan In speaking of the Torrens system is. made.

J.,;;.+.."",'.,-one of national importance. With the adventurous botanist, 'the travelercan :Mr.\ Reynolds said: The same old records ure examined in the Savings Department ,
of the United
thirty-eight states States
lay aside his bible, quote a char- "You can sell pour personal property over and over again, and :
represented by buyers of lands in the every
acter from Dante's Inferno and -
plow -- - -- time have
you to pay the bill. of this bank. '
Everglades-purchased by faith and
} through the mud until his is .
energy the darkness of "It takes days and ;weeks to make
}} good American dollar, certainly the despairTo spare
exhausted and wonder if Dante
ever I the examination
the and
'handwriting- the wall' was not heard tell of the Everglades to the original owners so many'difficulties
Florida with certain highofficials. Everglades. r this fast vanishing remnant of are encountered that business men
aeenc.'when ;
encouraged by corporations "Bordering the soggy lagoons are the proud old Seminoles would 'cer- I frequently haven't time to bother witha A dollar will start .f
dense .
undertook the there cabbage cypress forests with Indian here rubber and tainly bring honor and credit even I transaction involving so many prob
palms, at this day, to A lems. of draining these great swamps, as our country. picture *
and mangrove, while tangled vegetation "All and
of makes land hard slowto ;t
she supposed, ti enrich her treasury, a Seminole' home ought to inspire i
Weaves itself in
chaotic: style over handle. "
but un ortunatel!* without success For courage and sympathy for those .j account .
underbrush and
., the minytjuyers from all ovir the primeval weeds of trees.the United These are States.the silent, peace-loving dwellers of the. "The Torrens system, however an j
convert land'into
United States whoseentire Everglades We the happy your a quick
t : saving To be' lost in these great may gee and make asset
were in 'many cases put into these than swamps wigwam homes, gleaming in the red j them valuable is a
means worse'
They are of
land purchaser (much of which is still the paradise of the and the flames of the camp fire and hear the commercial credit.
under water) the deepest sympathy alligator. It is laid that serpent in old slavery soft lullabies of the crooning! mothers How It,, Operates."It Investigate today, and pr'epare ,
should be felt. as they watch with careful thetoddling
days that slaves who ran into eyes operates in the following! manner '
History for 6,000 years has repeated the swamps were entered on away the booksas papooses as they play in the for the "Rainy :D y" "
itself and every violation of law dead. grassy sward. We see the. happy turancr'owned "First.. A title is examined once ')
>.,and right. has,met with its reward 'Seminoles' Claim the Evergladee. braves move about and I officially, and confirmed by order of
on -
the dusky squaw glide in and out court. That ends the matter. that comes to all some time
., "The thought now is it amid the shadows of the great live ''Second You are then given a certificate 1
act, Florida forgot her duty to her own worth while to make comes this .region fit oaks. In the solitude, which only of title which guarantees to
pt ID wards, these silent, peaceable Seminole for habitation tWhile: the onward nature reveals, these brown skinned all the world that you have such a title irTthis life.
If "' Indiana, who are the only Americans march of is the watch-cry of people live, doing no man harm, seeing as is set forth therein to the.lands r
the twentieth progress century, still there are God in the skies and hearing him herein'described-for example, a life
Iotalion'and times when a people, well 1the winds The laughter of the ,estate, ,of fee -simple, in whole or in
successfully amid these morasses and for reflection."In may pause game-laden hunter is heard and the part, free from encumbrances or subject .
game-laden" forests. This neglected this hard and so-called practicalage ove songs of the' Seminole Minnehaha I to such encumbrances as are men- Citizens Bank of Kissimmee i
Justice of the Seminole has rebounded it should be well for us if we make the night beautiful. tioned in the certificate. : .
; > leaving a blot on the escutcheon would "Shall we wrest from> these people "Third You can deal with this cer ..
a "'' of the fairest state in the Union. the only picturesque stop long life enough of to consider this, their last foothold in,, Florida? tificate of title almost as freely a. :ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K, WEAVER,
,|v "Now that Florida is again on the i inal people, and thus preserve an aborig a little Of what crime are'we guilty if these with a' certillcate"ot.,stock: : "t..: .j., , President, ", Cashier i
; threshold of another reclamation undertaking of the world's romance in the tropicsof homes are confiscated without'repar- everybody can see from the .Ij' J. '; 'nit! :} .
why can she not look at the Florida. First, Florida is the natural ation It becomes the duty of the exactly what your title is.- II r: I II i 11I11111 ; poise of the scales of justice and see home _of the Seminole; It Is his United States government,_through itslnatan "This will: put your real, estate on "
If _the land sales of the_ Everglades byright of governmental treaty, If department ana me state 01 looting with your personalty, and will j
[ will not balance'better iz the unhappy Uncle Same' word is as good as Florida to see to it that land sufficient I f add millions to the. business capital ,|
r.V and homeless Seminoles are given Seminole's. That the Florida Seminole a for thetr'use be left In the Okeechobee yof Florida. I j
f land. and plenty of I them to be theirs will never submit to removal is an country with Uncle Sam's signboards I l "The Torrens act will help the farmers ListenYollnever! s ,
forever. There is today more than I accepted fact' and rather than leave! reading "Penalty to Trespassers." and everybody who-owns.real es-
enough))land in Florida for both races. their beloved Florida, their home with Governor's Veto. tate in the country, as well. as in the
The' report of the engineering the. balmy sky and move to the chilling \] ." 'God moves in a mysterious way city. successful
'?r, 1 corps has just been sent in and the blasts of a western country, they His wonders to perform and possiblyno "It will kill the business of the a man
: Interview given out by Mr. 'Hall is would choose death .rather than such, act in the, last quarter century iand'grabber in Florida."It .
full of Interest and brings again the an exile. has done more to stimulate sympathyand will enable the state to collect j
;f problem of reclamation to the attention "Again, the Florida Everglades has, patriotic actiop toward the solution its taxes promptly, and no man's hind; in ) 'U successful
ti- of an inquisitive public as wellS been the home of countless thousands of the Seminole problem than) when registered, can be sold for de-
f ; a' deeper interest, into the future I of migrating birds of the North American Governor Park Trarnmelrs veto on.the i linquent taxes without his knowledge.
? ;. ,f' of the homeless Seminole. continent and with the channels last day of the legislative session of "It will hfp' everybody who deals suit of Clothes.
Uli The,,,.,interview, impart, is'encour running through; the 'glades alive with the Seminole land bill that had passed in real estate. .
aging as to the financial success of this fish, they make excellent feeding both bodies of the legislature with but "It will lessen the cost of transactions
, daring and colossal drainage,scheme, grounds for the heron and other wa one dissenting vote. The bill granted in real estate, stimulate and enlarge ;
inasmuch as it says that it will be terbirds. Until the white hunter went 235,000' acres of Swamp and almost the market, and 'thus increase I
,,j 1 .r possible to reclaim most of the water- in and ruthlessly destroyed these beau uninhabitable land to the Seminoles. values; and when a poor man buys a (
covered area. Just so soon as this tiful birds either for t.helrplumes or This is the first step Florida has ever home he will get a good title to it and t
k ; now useless territory can be turned for simple slaughter, these Everglades taken to provide a home", or improvethe no one can take it away from.him. i
j '.:" into fertile farm lands' and enough have been an ornithological Eden. condition of the Seminoles. and Develop Whole State. 1.
rr. money can be appropriated and judiciously .With stricter laws and better game while Florida's governor may hav felt "It will invite development of the I r
"'l i used. We ,are bound by our wardens, our feathered friends,are returning that it was his duty to 'veto' and thus whole state by settling titles. And irt 1.A
w .contract not to give out detailed information to these waterways and i if deny these homeless and peace-loving will invite because strangers !
''i regarding; the work bein M done, until the report has been accepted time, these weird arid wonderful a last refuge in their extremity, after guaranteed ,
) by the board. We have thingscoming swamps and forests could be'made.of all a hand more powerful may have "The Torrens system Is, no experiment .
{ up before us every Week that lasting value for. bird protection, and made the veto an instrument of food It has bee ntested in Australia ,
r t would make interesting reading but whereby the 'American continent could for the Seminole's future. Let us since 1858, and it -is in operation in
; t4 by the terms of the contract must remain reap from it''many benefits. Froman hope so. I Q London and other portions of Englandand

; silent. economic standpoint, the subject is "Nations, as well as individuals, many of its provinces, including i ,1k--
; "The first :great task; continues worth considering by the United must face a crisis often, in order to portions of Canada. e ;
,.J Dr. Hall will be the construction of States government. bring about a sudden upheaval and "It has also been adopted in Illinois -;; I
'a canal which will connect Miami and "Another question arising,. will the in order to feel national a duty and a California, Massachusetts, Minne-
1 y -,,., Fort Myers, and which will be made drainage of the Everglades have the conscience that has perhaps lain dormant sota, Oregon, .Colorado, the Philli- ,
4 ,. navigable'for' the largest ships and effect to lower the water courses "of foryeare. pines and Hawaii: And Iowa. Michigan i| !
q jF Will'reduce the distance between. these the northern areas as well as the ad "The governor, honest in his belief, ,-Rhode 'Island, Wisconsin, Geor-
1 two points.16S miles"The .' jacent territory? no doubt, that these tropical gia, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, New,' Do
,yt f tdl\ ' plan 'of .this late surveying Millions of Acres Untenanted. swamps are very valuable, claims that York, North Dakota. Washington and I| you want success In business ?
y I?party isto perfect a drainage system "There are today millions of acres 8 'this land which is sought to be1-given West Virginia are considering it, and ;i In society ? Do wish
tr.. I t L'ln the wet season' and an irrigating all over Florida, drained, tillable,' of away belongs to all the people of the taking:'steps for its adoption., I you to look veil
lt T'i system" in the dry. season, so at' best excellent soil, within easy reach of the state, yet seeks to take the title and Justice to Owners. { dressed and have that self knowledge
r' /.it '''Will mud alternate drainage and homeseeker and close to conven ownership from' all the people of.Flor- "If Florida wishes to keep with of ,IndIvIdual,
s >irrigation, two yery expensive. farm lent transportation, with reasonable ida, approximating,800,000, and place the' march .of'progress she 4hust.up do style ? If so, lej us help
i ,,
a q operations, : taxes and at moderate prices! per acre it on only 400 people of the state.' justice to her la %' owners. The spirit | you. Our S hloss suits
As Billee Bowlegs Sees It. --then why follow the'rainbow' for the "Acting a* a great American jury, of our land la Vs. is the spirit of'mediaeval are distinctly
"Because this latest engineering rePort .uncertainties of the tropical swamp let us pause' in our mad scramble oppression and restriction. ;I Individual and stylish. 15.0 0
i exactly coincides with a statement ofOkeechobee, when fertile fields adjacent for dollars, and consider ourred We are living under a.superannuated 2.. 0.0 0
i .appearing a few weeks ago in the to schools and churches and brother The question of right and system, originated; by Norman lawyers I ... $515.00. Blues Browns
y4 columns of the press giving the SemInole's prosperity are within easy reach T justice should be our only considers-- under William the Conqueror arid and _
belief as to, drainage, and to. "Our recently returned engineers (I venerable only as an antique relic, of I grays. .
i Jhis' effect: Putting 'the question of, will recommend reclamation, not, "The soottoni part of Florida p.n-. a past age. Feudal methods are not Ladles
reclamation to Billee Bowlegs, the I'' denying that millions will be required I mauls belongs t"T treaty and prior suited to this age. Laws made when Coats and Coat Suits are be-
;progressive young chieftain, as to for drainage nor do they claim that felts to the Seminoles., No Christian, I lands were held under royal grants glnnlng to ;
I ; whether the glades could ever be successfully all the aquatic: jungle cart be re no philanthropist no good citizen,can and sold for 10 cents an acre are not a7iveVe cordially .Invite
r reclaimed, wiht much deliberation claimed. deny this. 3f, encroachments go on! suited to the business methods and the ladles young ladles I
'1 he answered, 'Me "no think so,. "The appropriation cannot be made and no homes are provided, the anguish [commercial requirements of this day ask to call and J
'rain come ,Okeechobee wet ojus! until the final report of the commission 'of-the.. persecuted people will'I and g neratlon" to be shown these l latest
i' '(heap)'. This is based upon the Indlan. has been accepted by the inter- touch the hearts of the most sordid I "It is entirely voluntary, not com We are offering noveIJles: J
.' .' shrewd knowledge of nature'sseasons. Improvement' board. money grafter. With lingering looks pulsory. It simply gives you an op. nothing) at'pres \t '
f Presuming that reclamation "It.,' Ii' to be earnestly hoped that these red patriots will seethe lovescenes portunity to register your lands if a hIgher ''price '''than ;\
of the greater part of tfie Okeeehobee .the same hand that parted the waters ,of their homes fade away, you should-see fit to do so. feel 1>>29.0 0 for' ve i ;
ep area will be a successful operation at of ''the Red Sea as ,He led the chit their happy bunting grounds their beloved "There is no valid reason' why any. that within thls'scope f r
_t'w [some future time, still it is a Herculean dren of Israel out of the wilderness Florida.' They will go silent or one should object." good we can give' i
,&& ', t]task; the state> Florida Is 'undertakting. will stay our* fair state of Florida weeping to the horizon'of their des quality -Sol'(1ethlng( 'Upon which i
' I .' 'S Dme agoFlorida] made an in a future appropriation and lead tlpy,,driven like ,dumb beasts .before "What's' the matter, old man? You you. can rely. f
ji print n for drainage,.work. jSevmillion gently 'outof their oppression these the power' of the civilized white' man. seem to have had a'sudden' shock." "
CtII1 1 dollars were( pent,. The red children;of the ., who "Alas! for the remorse of .nation "A severe one fi I asked my barber if H. 1

._ according.Jo the new surveyors, have wandered thrice: fore years i In. or earth's a state says,, when: Too.a late Higher too Court'late? "than no.I didn't"-Kansas need City a haircut Jonntd.I and. he said F: STA.n'FORD, r; ,. ,CEO.r .

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" BUSINESS MEN declare that the island U all but bank. I ., --7.-:,. .

rapt, and chafe at the situation there place and : the leana -
4p which prevents the putting throughof 1jjACKSDNYILLE- the his head is in amvhirl, and it

the proposed loan of 918,000,000, Is largely a matter of. luck if the best
OF which Is
The lack ,of political coherence in Secretory McAdoo has devised an. : : ? r
''d the island, it is said, has been the sub other arrangement to supersede this' '
CUBANS FUTURE ject from time to time of articles in In which the selections are to be mad Estate for ,Sale
TORPEDO BOATS by a. of .
the newspapers and magazine of-the corps three hired"experts who _

United States, to make Americans acquainted are has todo chosCll'Jolhln&else.) He already To enable me to make-some contemplated for a sheep and cattle farm Price
I two of them M.
with what is '
actually beingone
BOTH TO COMEs in the Ialand bythe Holl way, of Gainesville, Fla., improvements I will offer $40.00 per acre. ,,I 1'v'
'-, PRESENTED Washington business men government with I interests DURING WATERWAYS MEET S. McGregor, of New York City. Hot for a short time! the; following

in. Cuba make the criticism of loway formerly was superintendent. pieces of choice property for sale No. 5. Lake front tot'at the end +
TI"NK TIME NOT DISTANT that there is too much offlceholding Public Instruction l IC rlda. Me,3ST at the reasonable
WHEN SENATOR G Is very prices of Stewart Street, if Stewart street!
WE MUST in the island. They blame President FLETCHER AS CHAIR a *business' man. M Greg: r'h'
GOVERN named
ISLAND : extended through to the' lake being .
, Menocal, to a certain extent for not MAN OF PRINTING CO'MMIT-;; vr assignments are in New

SAME AS'BRlTISII. GOVERN having turned out all of the old crowd TEE, MAKING MANY IMPROVEMENTS York.Pennsylvania Massachusetts, Connecticut and 'No. 1. The new Willson Building fractional: northwest, quarter: :
: EGYPT. remaining when former President' while Holloway has of section 27-in the,, same block
Gomez retired from office. IN GOVERNMENT been started out on a tour> of Texas lot 43x75 ft., on Darlington r1w
They ; and with the electric.light-plant and ice
v point out that President Menocal has PRINT. .Oklahoma. It Is stated by Assistant avenue (Darlington ave. is 70 ftwide ,A
Washington I been obliged'to 't1.,1' ING OFFICE. I Secretary the Treasury Byron and brick .factory-near the city -dock. Suitable -
-bi D. CC'Nov. 1.-Busl. reorganize army, I I Newton paved)
: i new and that there number of that the most urgent for factories or dock purposes..
\\8,1 men with Interests in a large army -: ----.-
Cuba are cases are to receive attention first, The first floor Is two store rooms'20x65 Price $500.No. .
"t: beginning; to take officers now placed on the retired
of conditions in that a pessimistic'view list at a heavy expense because they I (By WINFIELD JONES) regardless of geographical lines. Thus feet -each, built so' as to be A a
island a situation in '
I and to come- and l one of them present tov I|I have been suspected of not being loyalto Washington D. C., Nov. 2.-A flo should present the.the tate\of\ Washington of- thrown all into one room if desired. 6. 5-acre: Jot near the centerof i

made theJPreiction,!? that the time is I,to the government. tma of torpedo boats, destroyers,'and urgency he would not appearance hesitate 'to The second floor has 4 apartments Kissimmee,'-adjoining Aultman's

.., not to when it will be necaesaary I submarines will be sent to Jackson Jump lone of these site agents from oV suites for offices, with 'private Gardens Suitable for dwellings and

., liar establish of there a government aim- SANFORD'l WORKING yule, Florida, When the Atlantic Texas or Connecticut. The fund to bath in each. Water. sewer. and truck garden. Fronting 1280 ft i
Egflrpt with Deeper Waterways eir'
JiAhaf a president Association holds expenses l is ample.' Each electric
In charge Is its annual meeting there expert(will lights. on Central avenue. Price $600. .
? as the khedive, November receive a salary of $0,000
with I" Araelcan commissioner in ac- i. FOR STATE ROAD 18 to 21, per annum.--Jacksonville Metropolis. Rental capacity $1740.00. <14 H%

t.ual charge, as U tho British minister Representative J. Hampton Moore, at present. low rents)/- Price No. 7. Lot 36x105 on Emmett

resident in Egypt. of Pennsylvania, president of. $12,000. street, in the rear of Osceola Hardware ,
called Cuban has been and Co., and adjoining Wilder'satudlo. '
in special session by President I TAKE UP MATTER WITH THE Small of North Carolina; calledon No. 2. ''Two-story frame build. Brick paved street, city w

Menocal, will continue to refuse tow Secretary Daniels and asked that ing on corner lot 24x65 ft. Dar. '
meet according to TOWNS ALONG ROUTE. the navy be represented In Jackson on water connection. Good business lot

through reaching a loan j! -- ville during the convention.Mr. --.;... IIngton avenue' and alley let flooris or dwelling.. Price $800. '

of has0"asked ) Daniels promised to send the flo/tilla WITH CARK., ANI CULTIVATION a store room, the second floor Is "-

-. Menocal foricvaiousdold I, At a, special 'meeting of the 'Sanford and expressed great interest in the TilE GROWER SHOULD GET 6-room apartment with city water. Noi 8. Fractional lots 1, 2, ''3, tiN
debts and commercial club Monday afternoon Inland waterway movement, saying THESE RETURNS. NO -'
pressing public It meant much Rental capacity 42000. 12%' at block10 Robinson Add.. This is
ments. .to the .
committees were appointed to navy.A OTHER STATE CAN
take up the matter of getting the EQUAL IT. present low rents. Price $3500.00.No.3. one of the few vacant lots with R.R.
dent Menocal fact that Presi road in shape leading from Jackson cablegram from London recently sidetrack in Kissimmee, suitable
to the people of Cuba issued calculated a tat merit ville to Tampa, by the way of Green announced the engagement United An exchange gives the folJowln'l'lIgures Broadway property incenter for dwelling, warehouse factory..
to Nell
Fletcher of
daughter .of business section. "Flat-
Cove Sanford Orlando
Springs, DeLand as fairly conservative About feet Hand and
arouse 'a patriotic public and 125 on street E
sentiment .
Kissimmee Lakeland\ and Plant States Senator D. U. Fletcher, of iron" corne'r Stewart
while ,
against some years the estimate avenue
congress, it is stated that the Jacksonville and Washington C. may i about 75 feet on R. R. Price $45 .
people remain City. D. fall below that given, yet the Intelli. 87 feet Broadway. Two story
IndiflTcren apparently and Lionel the
It was the sense of the meeting thata Smith-Gordon, only '
to ficult the to appeal, and it is &ai
-, in the island imagine is going what to be.tho-outcome early date and If possible have, representatives and Lady Smith-Gordon, of Aderholt Cabbage-Will produce at the rate room, 2nd floor 6-room. apartment, corner ot.Aderhold, and Bass Sta., '

The present from every town" Lodge, near Salisbury. of 140 crates per acre, and have a city water. Also a two-room frame 'with cement sidewalk'one bearinggrapefruit
Cuban minister to Washington; through which the road passes and value of 2.75per crate, and In: many office building with 'city'water. Annual tree. Lot 06x75 feet.' .
Dr. Pablo Desvernine! has to take such Senator Fletcher, chairman of the >
gone 'steps as will cause the officials cases sell for twice that amount.
Havana. In his absence Manuel de of the various counties to get Joint congressional ''printing commit Strawberries-Two and onehalfacres renting capacity (at low rents) Price $400.00

la Vega-Calderon, the charge d'af busy at once in making this. road the tee, which has charge of the great replanted to* strawberries have $570. Price 10000.
Iaires of the legation does not share most famous north and south road government printing office, is making made a yield of $2.600. The expenseof No. 10. Dwelling lot adjoiningmy
the gloomy views of business men as through inland Florida. ; many Improvements in the big growing and marketing the crop No. 4. 500 acne of muck, prairie residence, fronting 75 ft. on

to Cuba's future..DisculIslng Seminole county will, in a few days, plant. To improve the circulation of was $''90.45, leaving a net profit of and pine land adjoining city Aderhold street. One bearing'
the affairs of his country be in shape to begin the work of air through the composing and press $2OIW.44.> limits; all under fence; county roadon
today M declared that even if bricking a portion of this route, when rooms of, the government printing Bermuda onions-At an average north side; railroad on south grapefruit tree. Price $350.00. eau
does fifteen miles will be surfaced office the public printer is giving his cost of $65 at
congress continue to refuse to possibly per acre, a net profit of with ;
meet to vote on the loan needed by with brick,, as bonds have been attention to several experiments. He $650 per acre can be made on Bermuda canal, lake and orange grove To real estate. agent's selling any
the country to put it voted by this county for this purpose Is now testing a new glass ventilator onions. As is the case with all for western boundary This is a of the above property, J will pay

through wilf'undoubtedly-[ made at and the funds will be available within. which is expected to improve the air. crops, the larger the area plcnted, splendid dairy farm proposition or the usual commission. .' toe
the regular session of congress in the next few days. Another "better health" provision the smaller the cost of production. I :

December, although, he said, the personnel It is believed that efforts upon the made by the public printer is to pro CeJery-For a long time Kalamuroowas' : i J. M. WILLSON,' Jr.'
of the congress will remain part of the baby county of Florida hibit spitting on the. floors of and 'conceded to be the only place I OFFICE IN WILLSON
the same in December. The membersof will be appreciated by the various walls of 'the buildings. For the first where celery could tw grown success .BUILDING KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA ,.,

congress, he declared will change counties through which the line will offense employes will be suspended. fully. Florida now grows more celery ,
their minds. pass and that hearty cooperation will 11 they offend a second time they will than any other state in tho Union. I

The difficulty in Cuba is said to be be extended and the efforts will be be discharged" "for the good of the The average cost' of production is $95 ... ."
that the political parties there are met more than half way. service. per acre, and the net profits will average tyh. '1C.C.61 '

disintegrated./ There are said to be Te announcement of the data of the $1,500 per acre. h.J .fir t
as in Mexico and in many other Latin- convention ;will be made In a few Rexford I). L. Graves has been appointed Cu'umbera-One acre of Florida .
American countries, parties of men, days and given proper publication. postmaster at Seabreeze, and land has been known to produce one
" rather than of principles. The partyof Florence E. Collins at Campbellton. crop of cucumbers that were sold for {

Gomez the last president of Cuba, SHOULD BE OSTRACISEDThe 3000.
for Instance, is known as that of the man who in' this progressiveage At the twenty-fifht annual Egg plant-One acre planted to I *
convention of the National Association egg plant will cost on un average of
"Miguelistas much the of -
as party does not favor good roads or (be
.-of Railway Commissioners, held about $60, and the net profit when .. .. t
Felix Din in'Mexico has been known)' the wagon or railroads), a thorough 1 .
this week in the market is at normal will amount
.. the Washington, lion R.
as "Feicistas,1 Miguel Being Go drainage and canal system, should be .
mez's first name. Such parties are ostracised by his fellows-compelled Hudson Burr, of )Florida, took a promi- to $740. Whn the first crop is
nent part. The accounting side of cleared up a crop of hay can be put
committed to the'.sole to take his ox-team from midst
purpose, as a our
rate making was discussed by Mr. in that will produce a profit of $135, REMINGTONUMC
rule, of electing their chiefs. Meno and seek pastures new. But he certainly -
is 1 Burr. He declared.. that courts have\I and another crop of egg plant can
cal the head of the conservative of
get some sort a wiggle on
obscured the meaning. of "present fair be gathered from the same land in
party; and the congress which has a or he will soon find even the most se value the fall. ,, r,
of e
railroad property, and are
is to him laces in
majority, opposed our state exploitedby
acre will cost
and his people "groping for an ethical basis, but I' planted
policies. of brawn brain and
energy. that on''an of about $90 acre,
nothing definite has as yet been average per
Details of the situation (tn Cuba are The. man without ambition' and ,
appreciative recognized as a fair: basis upon whichto and will produce a net profit.of: $440.A V'rs "Vj "'5*y -- QI B B *- M.T )
trickling into Washington from Wall powers of this go-i-head make ready market is to be had for n
I street, where the situation in the is- age .is hardly fit to perch on a rail property. an The appraisal accounting of method railroad asa Florida'lettuce, as it is offered at, a i 7"A PUMP GUN

and is well known. Washingtonians fence and Consort with the tuikcy- ,. basis for such valuation Mr. Burr time when the whole North Is clothed ,

with Wall street connections' and acquaintance buzzards. We- much doubt after his declared: does not "dream.- .' in'snow, sleet and slush. I ....., frctt; *,'SJU BINd Hmt i Smt
who have' also a knowledge death if the buzzards would deign to cost
of the congressional and State I pick his .bones. terminesr", he said, "withiii reason- String average beans the us. of a repeating gun ,..
of producing string
J. able limits, the actual age and cost per acre WHATS
Department attitude toward Cuba, H. E. SWABEY. of the property now in use and whatit runs about $56, and the'het profit will the shells,smoke and gases -

, :r' t\ would have been with present pricesof 'amount of $315. Two crops of beans in the way of your aim> That'the
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I' I labor and material". 'I. RFlorida : and one, crop of hay can, be' grownon question that started us working on tho
.P' I-4 \, &. &-:i't,: ; : .iU:; the,name land in one yeartTomatoes !' Remington-UMQflotfom Ejection Pump Gun-ihe
'\' postmasters have;been -To *produce: an j acre of and rued ", '
, appointed only of its kind on the market by
'will cost $60. and the net gun
as follows: Mary J. Dean, tomatoes
AicK tILP Knowles; William T. Chafin, Scotts profit will amount to $"50. Two cropsof thousands of gunners all over the 'country.

I Ferry; Jerry M. Jordan, Howell; tomatoes and one of hay will growon solid Breech, Hammerless. Perfectly Balanced.

James L. Wall, Felmore; Eugene S.l I the same ground in one year. Three Inbuilt Safety Device-accidental: .di.. z-
Blocker. Blanton George BRoil, Green Peppers-The average cost
1 I Fruitville ; Marl Dee per-acre for producing green peppersis charge impossible. Simple Take-Down. quar '
1f ; r, tin; I
1l f >> IILDIt E11 Julia D. S. Mooney, Garniers. about $90, and the net profit will i ter turn of the barrel, without tooltFimd .. v
City mail delivery has been ordered I amount to $700. The first crop can .1 (UI dw i..l. wk. U i.tiw d... .k.. .tm ..J
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with and * --
be followed a of hay a .dd.ddt.a
for Kissimmee, effective )February crop ...
VjAJJ 1, 1914. Three carriers and one substitute fall crop 'of vegetables a.- i...___/ra.roiir.,, V
t4 Velvet Beans-This is a forage
4 will 'be employed. f crop. Its value Is about $40 per acre. Remington Arms-Ueio. M.t.Hio Cartrtdfe Co. I }
19* BrMdmf 9 NOT T..tI t
It is a legumi for increasing the fertility -
\ 3r BANKCOUNT FLORIDA TOWNS TO of the soil .while yielding a

nutritious food crop.CassavaThis'is ,
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GET PUBLIC BUILDINGS also a stock food . ,
0.. ao. ,, -t'oo 4O (
'and will\ produce at the same rateas _
I !/ .C velvet beans and has the same '. fc l,.
iaaos i, relative value.CantaloupesThis. RAYSZ'"' : : NE t3ARnENB p
TREASURY SECRETARY M'ADOO crop will growat .

GETTING THINGS IN SIIAPE the rate of 125 crates per acre and H Railroad Are. and'Dikon St./Ku>immee, Fla. .
( easaaaTi eA has a net value of $156. Hay and

II" FOR WORK. vegetables can follow it in the same: Now. have ready forgetting grit:.
A year Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants w,
children the val. -
the minds of your CanFrom 8 to 15 barrelsof "
upon Sugar PlutaTomato'
:; you impress Cauiflower Bell Pepper
I IF inculcate into their lives the Washington, Nov. 3.-The machin cane syrup can be produced on one Plant '
ue' of money, and young ery' of the Treasury Department has acre and has a value of $12 per bar. it

.habit of saein their pennies, you will have taken the just been put in motion for the selection rah The acre will need' replanting" I And will soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants';
of sites for ;public buildings for about every fourth year. best in this 100 1000.J t
that country by or
thrifty independentand made in all the grow ,
step toward making which appropriations- "were Irish Potatoes-As with '
first important the omnibus public building bill, approved !- leading crops of Florida, Irish potatoes Enquire of NICK ROGERO Siipt.
successful men and women of them. as one of the last acts of President are placed on the market at a

Taft's administration on March time when they have positively no
4 last competition in the way of new stock.
t" The appropriations} carried in the The average cost per acre Is $90 anda .- --- . .

II I bill for sites in Florida are,' DeFuniak net return can be had that will rate of 200 crates per acre and havea jested until 1918, but it does not apply w
Springs $6,000; Key West, $80,000; amount to $450 per acre. net value of $2 per crate. to ducks. Yours truly,
The.Way. .To DoIt Is To Start Kisslm ee. $6,000; Lake City, 7500. Sweet Potatoes-It is no unusual Figs-This fruit grows,, luxuriantlyin E. Z. Jones, Commissioner.Many ;.
Proceedings looking to the selectionand ,occurrence to secure a crop of 350 ail parts of Florida, and will ripen
,A Bank Account for Them purchase t>f sites have been held 1 bushels of sweet potatoes from one all through the summer months. An a'dainty little white slipper .+ r
up,because of a lack of funds to carry ,acre, the writer, knowing of a single endless variety 'can'' be grown and a covereth whole j inlHhe stocking
Now...Here on this work, but the urgent deficiencybill i instance where they produced at the profitable crop is made of them. The d
signed the other day by President I IWtfson rate of 800 bushels per acre. The trees; are hardy and strong, and need 10 CENT "CASCARETS" 7
makes available the meansnecessary ,cost of production is about $20 per little culture. A fine- market is had )I'OR LIVER AND BOWELS 7J
It and net urofit of $26() acre w
/ for this undertaking. appropriates acre, a per for them. When preserved there 'is
$30,000, half of which It can be made. They: grow In some nothing snore) delicious r ? a ,;
available for the salaries of site experts cases to enormous size, one being I
and the other half to pay their produced'that\ weighed 42' pounds. T TO SPORTSMEN Cure Sick Headache Constipation; 4
; traveling expenses.; Cauliflower-Cauliflower will produce OJo"Il'ffERE pjllouenese, Sour fttomtch. Bad. ,,
:BANK OF With the enactment of this legislation at the rate of 300 crates. per -:- Breath-Candy CatharUo. oft'
STATE a radical departure; in the methodof acre and has an average' value of Our local sportsmen have been con
choosing bUilding.Sites has been $1.76-per crate. siderably wrought up for sometime ,jo '
inaugurated by the Treasury Depart. Beet*-Anacre of beets, which isone on account of the published reports No odds bow bad jour liver stomach ".: ,
KISSIMMEE[ : merit. of the easiest crops grown, will that the federal laws prohibited the or bowels: how much your' bead .oyfs, reth
Heretofore ,the plan hasbeen to detach produce a profit of $95. hunting of ducks in Florida. The aches, how miserable yon are from
employes of the department from Corn-We know of a case where.a following letter from Mr. E. Z. Jones, constipation Indigestion blllousnea .r
their work at Washington and send planter gathered 800.bushels of corn state commissioner of the departmentof and sluggish' bowels-you'always' ret ,c.",
and Florida does not and fish a department created relief "-with Cascarets. Immedlately '' ,
50000.00 them out over the country to make from 80 acres, game They -
selections. Tne disadvantages of claim to be a-tt>rii.state. .y the last session of the legislature, cleanse and regulate the stoas-v .
j the
30000.00 Depowtor' Security 130000.00 this arrangement are obvious. The -Watermelons acre of watermelons explains itself: / ach. remove the soar fermenting food, toe
S Surplus subordinate has not will produce a profit of $70. Jacksonville Fla., Oct. 24, 1913. and foul gases; take the excess bile ,
Directors oidinar
Officers to Mr.-Arthur Clark Ocala, Fla. .from the liver and off the per.
I had the business experience and knowledge They are a vs ry easy crop grow. carry: oon-v I'
; CARSON, Prelto ]. M. LEE. Vice Prest.G I 'of real estate values and conditions Chinese Cabbage-This Is a vegetable Dear Sir: Axed" en season? for pupated waste matter and poison,
: j A. Prest. I'I'f. be efficient authority in t; combining the qualities of celery shooting ducks by the federal from the lIat.UDI'S! and bowels. -.Jt10eent -
Vice to an
M. KATZ. 2nd Usually when he goes lettuce and 'cabbage, and will laws and confirmed by the proclamation box from your druggist wld. ;
such matters.
; ,THOMAS Assistant he is subjected to the pulling yield a net profit of $435 pee: acre. of the President upon the first keep your liver and bowels clean;
r j ROMA Calhier'I I to a and town hauling of opposing cliques I p Asparagus-An acre planted to asparagus instant, is fixed from November 20 to stomach sweet and head clear

I' I' Dinners and other lavish entertainments J I will produce a profit of $140. Febrnray 16,- following. There are ,months., They. work, while yon

are put on the program by these Peas-Peas, ... will, produce at thee some migratory J birds that are pro-. A.dw.

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' ; RURAL CREDITS COLDS MORE OFTEN SAFER THAN CALOMEL We have the quality atocksr-ire i .Mate

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the stocks that are am
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,_ CAUSED BY LACK Dodson's Liver Tone at Night Will I \

7Frederic Straighten, You Out by Morning. p Tp e mplete-our.. prices are lew- o H'j '
.t '" J". HaskiiT in Washington(D. C.) Star. Calomel May Knock You Out. t .. ,

... i':. OF PURE AIR Of a Day's Work. our showing 'b.,". ,
. That ld uto inspect
a new banking for Each bank will be required to hold 'up' yo :tfl
) .[ farm will be established under federal aa reserve-arr amount equal to- 15 percent If I you are a calomel user. next time ,
anything whatD
--- elsewhere
: : law seems a foregone conclusion. of its fore you buy -
\ check'depeate and 8 per you are tempted to buy it ask your
t t :i' President Wilson has declared that cent of its time deposits, one-third of druggist if he can absolutely guaranty *
..i to i,I. after the pending general currency the former and three-eights of the THAN BY AN OVER ABUNDANCE the drug not to harm you. He !.cver in p.
--.--- --legislation.!*.out.of the way the next latter being required to be held in won't do it because he CAN'T do it.
": duty of the administration it toward actual cash in its banking house. The --- ---- -. - __But. here( -is.a perfect substitute: for
\" I:' the American farmer and hia special remainder kept ohter calomel which the .
in ap COOL DAYS AND CLOSED WINDOWS druggist does.guarantee
'I need He expects to make rural .proved banks. -the famous Dodsoii'd\ Liver j jIt I
t. :,::1" .. Credit; legislation an administration If the earnings of a local bank shall SUBJECT SYSTEM TO Tone. The Kissimmee Drug Co. will fURNITURf'Air
"f i policy just as he has done with the exceed 15 per cent a year, one-half ,DANGERS OF ILL refund your money without question
: tariff and the, currency. shall KO to the surplus and the other if. you are pot thoroughly sat efled. I
/-l:: Just what shape this legislation half shall be Used for the reduction of HEALTH. Goto the Kissimmee Drug Co., t+HOtOU+cottCC H-f+Oo 'r,
) K: finally will take cannot be predicted interest oh lochs whom you are acquainted with-and o-O..UO O C 'costs nothing to loo kover, oar '
'.J at this time, but the indications are After the total surplus reaches $50 find out the great number of people i
I I !t'. that it may' follow the 'geneial lines per share, making the total value $75 Now look out for Colds! who are taking this remarkable remedy == .tpcksdrop in and'see them.
I\ ", ;. of the, bill introduced by, Senator per ",share 'then the entire stock shall This advice as a paraphrase of the > and feeling better, keener, health'ier .
,. Fletcher of This bill be bought in 'and cancelled and old time[ 'i ,
i\ Florida. provide ,' the almanac editor's warnings, and better able to enjoy life than
,\. for nentirely new banking system bank thereafter shall be operated asa i is particularly timely at this season, i{| they' ever, wLro..JYpon taking calomel. WHITE SEWING MACHINESIVER
) r', in the United States. mutual' bank without capital stock although no one knows why the name I Why'? Because calomel is a'poison I )
t'y,',,,1 I This system will consist; of three ahd with interest charges only high was given to that condition of sneez -one. that may stay in. the system, JOHNSON BICYCLES
:y 1 f.f ;. types of banks, the local bank, the enough to maintain tlie sound statusof ing wheezing and' general miserable- and while seeming to benefit you temporarily .
1 t T;'r: . *tate,,bank and the central bank. The"i7' the bank, Any surplus of net earnIngs ness that we wrongly associate with may do harm in the end. OLIVER TYPEWRITERS :
< local bank it is proposed; shall be an shall! be refunded to the borrowersin the cooler seasons of' the year It If you haven't felt .those ill-effecte .)
',tP't, association of residents or real estate the shape of still further reductionsof is a fact that colds are more prevalent ''so far, it is because you are fortunate .
r-: :/ owners of a community, not less than interest charges. ,, : in the colder months but it is due only enough to have a strong constitution. .;.
I' 'ten in number! with a capital ,of not Investments I in Slate : indirectly to lower temperatures, because ,Don't take the risk any longer Geta '
I less than $2,000 and with stick, at a I i and National! Banks .' < at these. seasons we close the bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone ((50c) KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
*par value of $10 per,share, The ktate I Immediately after its oraniza'tionCeac ,p(loon and windows, shut out more and note. how easily and naturally it
bank will be an association of not less h local'bank will be required to in-11'I than in summer the free circulation corrects all bilious conditions, how it '

-, than thirty local banks, and will render i i west one-tenth of its capital and paid-: i of fresh and.breathe too much an clears away' that sick headache and '- .- -. .- .o, ., . ,. .'-,o,
"the same sort of service to' these'tin''i surplus in the stock of the rational I atmosphere that is vitiated 'bY' being coated, tongue, how it seta you right
local banks that the local] ) bank lenders bank, and one-flfts in the stock' of the
,,f its members. state bank, and these holdings shall j I Most of us cherish the idea that a 'derful! thing in the world for con t A, CARSON J A.. CUANK1KI, a.,t.. UPPER ,
: ;, After the state banks have been organized lip (expanded as the surplus, of the,local i sudden. draft of chilling air is thei stipation. Prralilent. V'lce-rnxilcli-nt, eer"," tarn <
in at least twelve states, they, bank increase!'. ]cause of a cold. More than likely this All this without the slightest! inter. :
in, turn, will form a national bank, As soon/ as there ato; a sufficient I I I la a coincidence. The doctors have ference with your regular, habits.
k. which will serve as the capstone of the number of local banks organized with. ''concluded that this affliction is infectious Adv. 46 ItCITRUS, '
01, banking pyramid upon which rural I in a State, the work of forming the that it may-be_carried from :
credits will rest. This great; central {state bank shall{ be undertaken, and the ;:'one person, to another by a germ, and MOVEMENT .KISS1MMEE-LUMBER CO.4t i iif
"f bank will'be controlled by the govern national bank Will have a preliminary ':j'pit i is often noted that when one mem .,
J I. ment, and will be vested with every (organization laid out at once.. Theirrelations ber of th efamily has a cold, the '
I ". I function that can add to Its efficiency 'to' the local banks and to the !others' are quite likely to "catch" it. INCREASING RAPIDLY ,..
as the great national clearing house federal government will be told in the ,That all do not suffer together, is due .'
.. pf rural credits ''to Rough and Dressed 't.
next tory.. the fact that some Indlvldual8have ,
k .. i F j No Dividend Over 15 Per Cent. Under the system of local banks la I I power of resistance' that makes them I RAINS HAVE FALLEN PRACTICALLY
,(. I Each bank shall have not' ]less than which is proposed for the United ;; immune at least for the time. OVER THE ENTIRE
'Ii.' dOO.sharea at $10 per share, and each I States there will be carried out .the : This power of resistance is a wonderful I STATE PINE LUMBER
::1 share shall be'entitled to one vote, same ideas of national finance that fact in the make-up of human GREATLY BENE
except that no one stockholder can >have been incorporated in the pending II physical economy. To understand I n.TING ORANGE'CROP.
i vote more ,than 10 per cent of the I currency measure. There will be that I what the doctors mean when they I i
[ 4', 'tock of the bank; nor can any 'one decentralization that comes from the talk about it, we must consider the 1 FLORIDA CITRUS SHIPMENTS
,, j,: person own more than 20 per cent ''regional bank system, and that govern human body as a battlefield, whereon Cars moved last week __________334
of a bank's stock. Dividends shall inn |'meat domination and control that i [ birth until death a continuous I Cars moved week before last____1C9I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY I
.;d' no case' exceed 16 per cent per year. 'provided 1 through the appointment b afight is being waged between the leu- ;I Total cars moved to last Sat.._ __810 1.
'/, Every stockholder will be liable for 'the President of a sufficient number cocl'tea. the police 'scavengers in the ,,i :
twice his holdings in stock and surplus of the officials of the central institu blood, and the germs of all diseases Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 31-The cit- . , . , MMM
[ until such time as the bank shall ',: have earned surplus equal to the The simple effect of the whole sys These minute protectors of healthare 60 cars daily or a total of 334 cars

....,.,/ amount of. its stock and paid-in sur- plus. This paid-in surplus must States two parallel and anologous' They are described by the microscop- ,, started and three cars moved last
..,o amount to'at least $15 per share From I banking systems, the one a system for ''I isle, who have a, minute acquaintnace week. .
,1 this it will be seen that the bank must 1 general 'commercial business and th with 'by names too long and 'i Reports from almost every! section, The Waters & Carson
have assets of at least $50 per share other especially for the farmer. edifficult I 1 for popular use by !layman, in the state are very flattening as to
before the liability of the stockholderfor The small amount of capital that I but there are several distinct classes the orange crop, as there have been I
double the amount of capital and will be required to start a local bank lof them, each with its special field nice rains in almost every locality
paid-in surplus shall cease. under the proposed 'law will make i it I' o f useful ness. When danger threatens where fruit is grown.. Fruit is now 'I
Each local bank is to be managed by i ia inevitable that there will be many :' through the invasion of disease filling out in good shape and will I Grocery Company
board of not less than seven members ,, t times more rural banks than national germs, or by external injury which run to larger sizes but the drought I _
p i and each_ director shall be per- I banks. Every. little community of requires the repair of bone or tissue, has done considerable damage and
sonally liable, jointly and severally i farmers can organize one and conduct these little fighters rush to the rescue, has had a tendency to curtail the '
4 e both to the bank and to its creditors i it in their own interest as users of they rnultiply numbers and activity, crop. The loss has been considerable{ Wholenale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES'
for excess )loans and for loani made 1!' t money, as well as in the interest of and if they are not overpowered they by fruit dropping and running .to
t' .contrary to" law. No loan in excess other borrowers and lenders. The win the victory; which means that smaller sizes than first estimated. '
of $100 or.tot more than ninety days i i aim of the local bank is simply to'provide health and normal physical conditionsare The orange; movement will begin in '
shall be made without the approval of I 1 a connecting link between the restored 'earnest by November 1, as the needed 11:1II: .
t- the board while real estate! loans running : i man who wants interest and the man Their activity is the measure of rains and the cool nights; for the .
i' .... : for more than' a year must bear who needs! money.FOREST this power of resistance, which enables Vast two, weeks have done much to o ,
the approval of-a majority ofthe us to ward off disease and' to escape color and''ripen the fruit and shipments 4 40 0040440 0 r 00.0000 .00... . .. ... ..
t..i board, each member signing hist name I SERVICE infection when it threatens. It r will be heavy during the remainder of 4 O
"r in the record book to attest his ap- natural that it should be strongest i sthe season. WE SELL: WE BUY: .
.' r'' + i. proval., the adult in the full strength of life, Over one-fourth of the grapefruitcrop HAY,
,, The 'directors must meet at least STUDIES CYPRESS and weakest in the very young and has been moved and rt tho present I! : II1DES. :
once a month, and meantime the bank's, in old age. ThisIs proven by the fact time the quality and size of fruit < GRAIN, 4 I I. 0 '
A affairs will be presided over by two IfiTTHE SOUTH that by far the greatest proportionof has never been better. Ti.e fruit is .. a I : FURS, 0SIIINCLESt
r Ape committees-one, on administrationand deaths occur in the two extremesof now well matured and of 'good color FERTILIZERS,
one. on appraisements, the one life, and the smallest in the de-< and running to splendid sizes. A : 'WOOL. :
looking after the work of the bank I j', MORE THAN NINETY PER CENT cades between twenty and fifty. i large percent of the .crop has b en 0 +
and the other placing a value upon! FOUND LESS THAN ONE HUNDRED It is we!! known that oxygen js a I ought up, either on the trees ort 0 +
i 'property which l loans to be), v! , FEET ABOVE agreement made for certain prices
I. upon are purifying agent invigorating and ORANGE BOXES 4 0 AND . + .
based. r' ,. tpR jra .t\tJ (q SEA. LEVEL. : .... f, o. b. packing home.. : o ORANN"r : :' '
-! *,., \!. !Hlii :, ,. strengthening' because of its cleans* > iv4uliJi&U O \; + I !
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The banks are to try to com'fmercial 4' -* i ing power."\" The oxygen from the air :'" Growers. are verysoptimisticregard! _, WRAPS, 0 ALL ,
. business as much as possible, I i W. R. Mattoon, forest examiner, I breathed into the lungs is carried into the citrus fruit crop,as'thelrains'.have ; { +;,."':,\"ij' i
although they may be allowed to do'' I has just left Washington to study i It the- blood where it reaches these) j come at an opportune time, and VEGET/BLE CRATES, *,0. COUNRY ,'f4 .
't.a savings bapk business. They/ will \
'make a specialty of time deposits, re- Cypress grows along the Atlantic I their 1 important work. Naturally I in fine rhape for both shipping CRATE NAILS, a PRODUCE. .
? eiving as low as 10 cents and paying'interest (Coast and i Gulf of Mexico' from Mary also, a lack of oxygen, exhausted from''i and_carrying. 4 0 .
p h from the date of deposit on I land to Texas, and in the Mississippii the air by breathing or other manse, 0 0 400 0004 0 40. 04 . 00 ......01.
all sums' of dollar and : The Shrader Co. Trade Letter. '
d' a upward. i i 11 valley it extends as far north induces a lack of resisting power. .
Checking accounts may be received, as Cairo, Illinois at the junction of This' means that b plentiful supply { Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 31.-The II. .
but no interest can be, pnid on them. I the Mississippi and Ohio rivers. It of fresh oxygen-laden air brought I C. Shrader Co.,. fruit distributors, in We net) field and garden needs of all kinds
number loans there are a .is distinctly a tree of the swamps, into the home by perfect ventilation | their weekly letter to the trade say: We give special.attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
of classes. Free '
The short-term 'and more than 90 per cent of it 1 s is the best health preservative knownto I, "During the past week we have had delivery in CUT limits. Phone.No.12..
real estate loan be made first I copious -rains and all the We are county agents for good l fertilizers. Ask
can upon found at an elevation' of less than medical or sanitary science, and i it crops over us far circulars aad
mortgages; upon unincumbered prop. 100 feet above sea level. Extensive' is one of the best cures, too. It i is !I state are in much better condition. Pr.IClH on fertilizer.. '.
.,r ., erty for a period not exceeding three cypress forests occur in the delta of the best preventative of colds that i I ytars: \ and the interest must not be''I the Mississippi, cohering several thousand can be found, and it has the advantage {j will not b4 as many small sizes as - _.- - ... -- -
af more than 1 per cent higher thanLong. square miles, and also in son q e of being decidely rhea I would have been had the rains been
.1 bank real q! for time deposits. ..of the large swamps, of Georgia and The germs that cause colds may be I| delayed two, weeks nquito However
term estate loans may be ha1i'dledu 1 Florida, such as the Okefenokee and carried from one to another the drought' has been a serious
,r- by these banks. When a patron wants I the swamps fringing through personal person contact .or close i blow to the citrus .in ustry on account 1
$ such a loan he will draw a'mortgage 1 the Everglades. In some places i it proximity. They are expelled from i I of heavy dropping and a large
therefor, and'the bank will write its occurs where the soil is covered with the patient by IIneezlnJt,-violent] cough- I' number of small sizes and will curtail Bargains For
h guarantee thereon, .both as to principle I water for weeks or months at a time tag, in the sputum and in the mucous the movement from the state about
t1A M and interest its recompense for I and in a few places the base of the discharges from the nostrils. To .es 1,000,000 boxes. This applies to both
; : ; I trunk is submerged throughout the cape catching cold from another person oranges and grapefruit but most especially
exe ;year. Usually the lower part of the these germs must not be permittedto to oranges. The weather at
? f, loan which may run for any,number' 'trunk t is heavily buttressed and numerous enter the' system, which may be this writing is cool and immediately the
.A of years agreed upon up to fifty. !1 ; projections or "knees"' are made possible through a too close I after the rains is very.favorable for Buyer
:S lean Guarantees May lie National went I up (rom the roots, probably as proximity to the afflicted one. coloring as well as carrying qualityof .
t.;. After guaianteeing the loan, the ;:,, Jocal bank may sell it direct, or it may 1; Cypress wood has great durability, annoying than dangerous. Their 'at present not very heavy but the de- .
a ,,,'. forward it to the state bank for its Which adapts it to purposes for greatest danger, however is in the mand is strong and good quality is Five-acre
many farm
: guarantee. This bank may I in turn which some other are unsuit- fact that they predispose the patientto giving excellent satisfaction. The de of Just outside city limits, with good deep well
ell it direct it Have it species mand for grapefruit is good which is pure, soft water; *.-fo n> house, line place for small
1 :" or may guaranteed -I :, ::.!. by the national bank. Neither :1911 over 981,000,000 feet of it were respiratory system; such us catarrh, on account of the short crop. The This ; with is good high school, church and market privileges.:
r the''national bank nor the state ban i used for lumber lath, ..and shingles, influenza diphtheria, bronchitis, pneumonia grapefruit now being shipped is property owned by a non-resident. Price $@50. terms .
.. can guarantee a loan until it has ftrstI and that in point of annual consump and some forms of tuberculosis. showing good color. Our advice from TEN ACRE FARM .,
been guaranteed by a local bank, and lion it stands seventh among the They are not the cause of these Sanford and the Manatee section re- We have ten acres limits half .
A y., ', the guarantee. of a state bank is erfSeHtial varied softwoods ,or coniferous trees. diseases, but 'neglected they prepare grading celery is that crops are com- Lion i fine soil, high, dry narJthef, city fenced, In cultlva- .
t .f : (*< before the national bank can It is one. of the few conifers which the system for more serious dangers, ing along nicely and in good shapa. non-resident and says "SELL." No reasonable pretty location; owner i4'a '
"y + I! guarantee it,,. No real estate loan maybe shed their leaves each winter. It 1 is Therefore, a cold should not be neHected. The recent rains have helped the>.,fet- 8iT'om ke an excellent home well l located will offer l turned down.
for'an ater than 60 used for tuce industry considerable and growers to we It.
assessed percent a great variety of purposes, The inflammation of the.infected acres adjoining the city limits had six
. of the value of the prop-11 I .such!) as tanks, cisterns, columns, exterior membranes ,should be reduced who have not previously set out two stables and splendid well of room house,
v :which it is based: their plants are now: doing !!o. place pure soft water, just
rty,upon fl and interior finish, railroad and the irritation caused by such inflammation the for a.nice dome with good city ,
'.G',it. -Real estate loans cannot_be made irn |ties ,poles and ,wharf piling., It i isespecially should be quieted and nor "Florida is putting out a, big acreage and trucking land about 60 young advantages, good orange \
tate..:without. the simplest methods \ valuable for greenhouse con mal conditions restored -as promptly of cabbage on account of the extreme tree, plenty timber fo rfarm orange trees, and one bearing'
?g t :' of foreclosure, or that have laws. per-struction..i : as possible. shortage of this commodity : purposes, Terms.
If" ( K\ ;tmlttlr> ''any'.other' lines, other than :' While cypress wood :has so many All of us pity our cold-afflicted throughout the' country. Generally SPLENDID 50-ACRE TRACT CLOSE IN. ,
. 'taxes' ta take precedence over a firs t we believe there will be good A widow has'50 acres short
i good qualities; the tree itself pre friends. Most of us have a never money very
' I. w mortgage. Every long-term real es-'' ,sents many problems to the forester failing remedy to recommend and we in Florida cabbage Shlpmente 'ev most of this tract of ajwaa i aH5irarS'
I Katats' loan must! carry with it a proviJ 'Its rate of growth they say, is extremely I insist upon its efficacy with some long ery man handling it. will adjoining land, PInt and :
I 4: .I on .fo' a'small,periodic payment on slow so that the cost of pro 'story about how )t accomplished won begin about Feb. 1."-The Packer. place to enjoy the and
v the principal, large enough to wipe[I dudng large sized timber Is great aa 'derful cures' in cases we have known.'l- swss&ss 8&PJ3& .
,a rat ..0".4e dabt at'the'expiration of the .compared with that of producing And most of us with colds listen to "GULF TO' ATLANTIC LINE" sgB.-tssa *
': fc term: 'of the loan,' but this will not.pre- ,wood from other more rapid growing I these stories (most interesting to the and will sell at a bargain price and give
{ the wtimerto paying as trees I Furthermore, it does not readIly I narrator) with the wish-that th'y'had Write wire terms- If necessary; investigate this pportunity
.. ltnuch''' or Menge Bros.
}; more'; time as he r'I reproduce itself, and there is some stopped before they were begun. -But, Fort ORANGE GROVE PROPERTY.
$'{i finds himself,! able These payments I doubt as to whether mature stands II let it be'remembered that tho best cure Myers, Fla., for rate of tare and schedule 60 acres of land also .
1 jk .'. ..,.*" to c**"5Ntute' a sinking Lund for f''will reproduce themselves after being J for a cold i is the cheapest of all--deep of steamers Suwanee and Corona, from railway station orange school and good farming land about on. mile
1" f 'fneetlng the bonds when they are due. I cut. It is 'an open question, accord I and frequent inhalations of fresh. plying between Fort Myers and Fort 5 acne of young grapefruit church; 15 acre{ bearing greys and '
,J*: '{.oansof, this-.nature are to be made,] I ing to the authorities, whether it will j 4 oxygen-laden ,air.: Lauderdale[ via the famous good land ready to plant to trees 4. beaide.'about 10 acre. more
Caloosahat- grove, room
l (.BO far'as practicable only for permanent ,pay to maintain the species in 10caJi- at $4500 favorable tenns.of house stables. and a map .
i't ti :improvements or for purchase j jn ties where it now occurs Much, of A CIGAR. }; ARITHMETIC 'bee; Lake Okeechobee'Everglades alldDrainage' We have'niany other good farms payment. ;
J; _money Oilafarm. I j the land a grows is Canals. The most wonder rnvestments. groves cattle farms;and'deeirable ;
t '* 'The local banks also will be permftto capable j of Cqh"agricultural develop "I"am'not much''of, a mathematU fur, scenery in America Wild .. .j
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farm products meat clan, said the cigarette; "but I ,can I
'ied to Jnd'money; oit I"l. when ,drained.. Even where it 1' .1
r .. for a 'I ; :\-when'\b.; borrower is able to produce 1 how! this reproduction may be brought :can subtract from his physical ener1 1,[ and,alligators, 42-tl f

)',,a'solypT, < 'ndoner::_ Short time loan,' about. It is,.with, a view to throwing gy. I can multiply his aches and NELSON "
v, I aJso be made on commercfal': 'pa; I light: on these Important problems that pains and I can divide his 'mental A man's good Tortune'often turn. REALTY COMPANY
t t. ] powers;,I can take interest from hia'l,'I his bead: And man's
4. other. easily eonvertiW. .co at Mr. Mattoon is undertaking the a bad fortune Back of State
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of.the'. banks Increased from "'$18,300, Is very little road.-bulldlng, material

252. to $85.,300,506. to be found. This soil reMdily absorbs.

::: .r The .CorningDoctor j From 1900 to lillO the populaUon II Unsurfaced Roads 1 I I137W water and becomes very lUcky after

of rlorlda Increased by 42.4 per cent rains.. .It ,expands freely and dnieirapidlr ,
; Lhe average percenta of Increasin when the sun shines sna be-'

: By Lynn. Dale. In Dixie. the United States in the ame time S. Keller. ,State JIIg}Iway' Engineer ot Alabama; I comes very hard under the tamp In&
S in the united States iii the same period I effects of teams bd'lnhcles. Iron
Have ever thought of the hard. medicos In millio ,hundred tliouaanc that will have 4;
you will bl the. Othello cla8s- Two one they good drainage" we havE
I having been 21 pi r cent observation and experience I
ship in having to paY'lomebo.dyto relieve -I their "occupa ion will, begone.." In mile! otr ads in the United Statorarunaurfaced I may expect them to be bad.
the increase -the
ten years In 'learned,that these roads,of all othen
you of pain 0" cure you of disease I was require, a very 'high crown
? Jlave of :flow: reaurfa.ce4 the hand of Ii'Wi'uld the earth 'road :,
the by :
you ever thought > man. are ordinary graded c ,
I 203 per the gain In the United driving surface should oldy be wide,
lU-adju8tc conditions that itI medidne"-h be difficult to ascertain the which have
made Unquestionably s been in the same time having been proper alignment, grade enough allow two vehicles to pad.
,,/ permissible to collect fee for and Is various natural earths and drainage. The construction of
a treatIng I .a.ble8sing to suffering humanIty .soils or composing an .
--- 118 per cent. The value of Florida If a road is'narro.., with a tall Gf not
-- Invalids year II) and year out who I providentially bestowed, but Its In-' farm buildings grew 144 per cent, as the wearing surface of 'uneur arth roa4,! is simple but sometimes the len than one and one-half inches tct
in all that time never showed any signS dulgence has been overdone; its use faced roads. From the finest silt to simplicity of it causes the average water A
against an increase of 71 per cent In the foot, fll shed rapidly to the
of Improvement and at last died, leav- excessive and our dependence upon It the United States as a whole. the hardest granite these roads are 1 county commissioner or supervisor t ditches and the entire .aurface will: .: bSr

.. i g.not a scintilla ot evidence that they I has been inimical to the health of the The resources and possibilities of composed of. and the treatment of one overestimate his ability as a road dry out rapidly. A.road of this IdM, , ete:

had ever been benefited, or even kept. human race. PossiJ>l # after all,. the Florida have the attention of thcountyy will entirely difter from the treatment builder. The proper, !Instruction 'of : can be constructed quickly and at lit--

alive by the medical attention bestowed scientific use of medicine has been and as never before and it II 01' the other. an earth road conslats of; I' tIe expenae e.cept where &T&de. :an fof

on. them T Think of the physical' is but imperfectly understood..Doctors easy to understand that what Florida' I Until within resent years It was considered First-A careful Inspection by the' to be reduced or bottomu filled with'a '

agofY! In the world today, from which usually say "We'll try this, and if-it bas accomplished-great as It Is-is next to impossible to make proper official to determine what bene.fldal grading machine, or even with .'split :

to get any relief at all somebody must don't do any good we'll try something only earnest of what Is to come.-8t. I a good road of ordinary earth without change In grade and alignment log drag. The latter method 'ilI. "

pay; pay, pay. In many Instances the else," from which we may assume that Lucie Tribune. surfacing It with stone, gravel or other can be made taking into consideration quire snore' time' but. In the en"w1l .

poor must remain .and suffer, for they it Is aU a matter of mere experiment hard material. The absence of aulta. initial cost and cost of maintenance be found to be very aatbfaetory. 1010

)have not the money to pay. There In spite of much ."professlonal pro. ble material In vast sections of the The center lhhI and grade of the road earth road un lie maintained IIi KOOCI

are not always free hositals nor free fundity"ss Dickens would say. The' THANKSGIVING country and tie! high cost of It when should 'be established by an engineer condition unless' It la so constructed ai.

remedies; only some doctor who the writer once heard a well known phy.sician handled by railroads has forced tten. After the center lIne has been estabIi.hed to drain well and unless ''t I. kept'fM

law (the state) gives the right to make practicing In Philadelphia say PROCLAMATION tion to earth or unaufacM IMCIa. Va- and width of roadbed agreed upon from ruts and hole. .

a\1\ charge, great or small, according that "all medical treatment is experl. surfaced roads may be divided Into and grade established, conatructlon .The ,third class of unlurfaced rOad

to his conception of the value of his ment; there Is but little certainty GOVEROIt TRAMMELL PRO. hree classes: work can begin. The proper and 'efficient' with which ,we frequently have to deal ,

treatment to the patient or himself. about It. Surgery Is really the only CLAIMS NOEMBER 27AS TilE First, "the ordinary country road grading force for the work are'those Inc sections of country where

If the price be not possible to the suffere'r thing we knew anything about'" This DAY .ON "wlllcn TO RETURN I opened when this country was young, should consist of a foreman, eight' the soil or earth I. really road-bulldln

he must do without the treat...' was repeated by the writer to a promi. .THANKS FOR leading from one settlement to another ten good two-horse teams with drivers material, composed either of gravel" ,.

nient or, letting his poverty be known, nent doctor of South Florida; who BLESSINGS, RE: I or from a farmer'a 'home to that *f one wheel and one draC scraper for aand-clay" top soil, so that when

accept a personal favor not always laugh1ingly made his acknowledgment CEIVED. I his nearest neighbor. These roads each team and one extra wheeler and the road is graded It I. In fact, fUr-

easy to do. But the main thing i8.I.of the fact. "That Is perfectly true," were' not opened throoCh any process d rag for emergencies' one, good railroad .- faced. Where this condition exlsta,

that In this great day of advancement he said. "Save for his knowledge of I of law; in fact, there was no law.tov.erning grading plow, one grading ins splendid J'Oada'can be a ryInl.

-. -Intellectual. .mat.erial, civic indus.t -' why where and how to cut, th edoctor I State of Florida the, Goyernor-A Eieculit.e Depart.ment.By Proe. roads In those early days, but chine. one split-log drag. one ,dumi p mum, co.t. ..; "1

trial and'ethlcal-sufl'erlng humanity really KNOWS no more than the' Indian by following trails of least resistance, man and one loader with five or' alxxtra The maintenance of unsthfao.d
must PAY to be relieved from sufferS medicine man." And there you lama : I removing trees and such rocks aaj men for grubbing and otheiwrk. r roads ,I. radically different from' 'the

are. But 1f we must have them, let's One of the most helpful and In- would not permit the axles of wagons ., The foreman'ahould be an experienced maintenance of surfaced v
ingl have teni) educated at government ex- spiring customs handed down to us j, to clear, the pioneers ot this country 'grading man who understands .- instance, the patrol system used 7or

you"may argue that has pense, same as loldiers. and sailors, by the. Pilgrim Fathers is the annual made it possible to travel in a way handling earth and knows when macadam road. would be entirely.In..\. .
to be taught how to ''cure; that to' festival of Thanksgiving to Him who many it is to drag wheel
to pay and appointed serve the people.of I from place to place. We have proper use scrapers adequate for earth roads. One/'_

', ;' llis. tuition at the medical college has I certain defined districts or communities -I rules ,over the destinies of Nations roads In Alabama now In use that scrapers or wagon', The road ahould can keep up two or three mile"/ flit
S''j be and to he must for the mercies of the closing year I An. be graded that the ditches .
Gen '
\ to' paid. recoup I came as our postmasters, and paid were opened and traveled 'by ; so o gut- macadam road, where he would

a I ; k" :h rge ,his tteatment. of the sick.costsomethng} for their services byth government.Tfeasibility This custom Is upported by the evl- I drew Jackson, both on his march toilghthe tern are parallel with the center line questionably be able to keep in'

'I A &th; i est ,. ) 'ofthisplan' Is demonstrated > encel.ofl'ered'',by,.hisrythatfrcc" \ } flritish! at.New. Orleans: and of the road and uniform distance" trom ondiuon a like amount of uneurf

5'.S.S :t'. : '' II"caht''a1Tord. to give away.,. ifl the movement now to have government,I theYgenera1 (t'wIfare the Indians In 'Soutb Alabama .and it. When completed the 'road should road With the, use. however,' of '

medidrlcs. dentists and medical examiners in the has never prospered except among Florida. Of course". such roads were be uniform In width and eunice should,I team and, drag he would bebIe. .

Quite true, but can you not see 'hat I public schools; and moreover we have people where religion, conscience and opened hurriedly and little or TO, attention be smooth and eVen. free from holei. keep II\ good condition 20 adIeu oto

the entire practice Is built on awrongfouidation apPoJnted physicians to look after our gratitude were constantly activ was given.W grades or align- and high places with a uniform crown dinary graded earth road. Sonse Ye

T Jf the doctor did not city and county poor our hospital patients "forces ments. Settlers taking advantag" of with a fall of one Inch to one foot from I'cealoul advoc tea of the drag

have to pay for his tuition nd his aid our Insane, all' paid by the Therefore, In conformity with law work that had .been<< done built their center to gutters. On grade thh everything' for It. ,from the remo

,medicines he would not have to charge city, county' or' Federal govrnment.." and time-bonored custom, I. Park homes along these military roads, or ratio of fall should exceed that ot the I I ot stumps and rocks to the, dltc

: for his treatment. If the state educated Why not treat everybody alike I Trammell, Governor of the state ofi traces, as they arq frequently alled",In grade to such an extent that water will: \of road... I arn a great believer In"

the doctor, furniShed him niedi- i Florida do hereby proclaim the construction( now of more modern readily flow to the ditches Instead 'of, /drag but from .xperlelee I know

S cines and paid him a salary to-1reat EVIDENCES\ OF THEPROGRESS ThURSDAY NOVEMBER 27, 1913, roads It is dif cult to better'the alignment down the road. Drain pipe should be I I obstructions must be removed LI

the sick, all he sick could then be OF FLORIDA 1 aa a day. of Thanksgiving and praise of these roads on account of freely used, and no water should be : proper drainage provided for

.. treated without individual! payment, .. 11 throughout 'the state of Florida. I homes, churches and schools which allowed to flow over the road if Ie, It II effective. It h. been dif
custom' of paying a The year now drawing to a peace.ful have been built close to the highways. can 'be avoIded. In some cases It II I '
hateful with
and the l.'ew, 11'. any, states In the Union the 'road men' of'the South' 4
would finally lose'has been one of unparallehd In places the roads not' practical to'build the road above 11 :
person to relieve sickness hav! ever progressed at any time In However many convince) county authorltlei .that'., Frt' I
for our people. Law and are changed to high water. "In such cases danger' '
been-and being
be abolished. their history as Florida 1s. doing now, props have 1 little machine II of .alu. The
employ a : order have prevailed. Providence has the dema iI" rtraflc( of today signs should be posted showing at; '
. The government could this advancement being the happy reo meet when .fri ,charge of road work n a.
ash smiled upon us with abundant range bad roads of the South what stage the water becomes tex t the
just The genuine
: community doctor at a salary. suit of a combinition of magnificent II riessee county Inaugurated a. a
does a postmast mi professional resources and of live people.To j and bount.iflll harvest anli, has :withheld ,. belong solely to this class. They cannot high to ford the stream. of dragging th&t"proved YeI'J'- tilt

could be provided lot juet than I pestilence and disas r. Let us be maintained: for the reason that We have in the .,south nearly ever, ful. Ten roads we".cnaded ( [
training a greater extent ever before,, fittingly Qur gratitude not, been constructed and I kind of soil from sticky gumbo, on tht'I I
Is at have
soldier's ,gov express they never tance of three miles each.The'
s8i1or's or a the emF
as a Florida Is the, market garden of needy and afflicted,, orle' hand to Be sand the other ;
he begins forgetting the the amount 'of work necessary/ coal' on ; ..
ernment and when I great : In& was completed In No'vember. ,
expense the
: In the Beason w.hen pro- be lightened by gen.erous The methods used for oj r
practice his field would be selected ., country whose cares'may to keep them In passable conditiom dis..1 Improvement the aurtac of thea. reads' frea"': PIn '
his ducts of Florida soil and sunshine can- commensurate wit.l1 roads section of wit'I 'I
the government or the : ntrib'utions heartens the man who by law Is com.pelled through a one loose, It was a foregone condulot ,
by himKelf and his' living guaranteed jot;be grown'elsewher The products: our ability to relieve their burden of to work them. Until theM I not do altogether for the other. the winter rains would softerrth.m ''ost' .
cjmmunity : of its growth Increase in quantity.and need. worst roads far- that have In the nd- ,,
service as is the post. poverty and .roads ue relocated avoiding heavy' by we : extent that they.would become I It ,
for his Just The Florida orange Is establiahed whereof, I have I ,
popularity, In testimony grades and'ttoms sharp angtes South are In our rich and fertile
: master's .. as the finest .1n. the world, set my hand and caused the I, lands, wllere; unfortunately, there (Con.Inued .
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    Some time. no aouDt and the like of Its grapefruit is not I lirtat! :oeal 01
    are growing. we'\\ :Florida to be affixed at
    for we
    come about. known elsewhere. Tallahassee, the. Capital,.
    ;, are gelling WIse to Injustice. not These at'e.great sources of reeenue this the 29th day 01' October. -, +OiOOO'0000.000000000 0 . .. 44O+. .-.0000. ... o. U 00

    . while our corrective measures are I and help most substantially to make A. D. 1913. '
    :! energfea
    always well selected and our BuL.' there are .PARK TRAMMELL
    time'tbere the state prosper. ,. "
    ;, in4sdirected In Governor.
    are oftcn developments which are becom- .
    ;' other attest: _
    readiusit. the Governor. '
    will\ come happy and more Important as factors Dy :
    are now Ing more H. CLAY CRAWFORD!
    A PhysiologY and hygiene advancement ot Florida. of State.
    the In the Secretary ,. '
    In the public'schools. Its manufacturing ;; - ... ,
    taught number of : S ,
    : amplUlcatlon. The ; : . ' ,,, ,
    of many and varied steadily and sub- IIOWTOIOIT ....... ' Pt. 'l' rx''for '
    : I' ; prospeCt people know plants Is Increasing '4 "-- '
    In the near future. business struc- pO'j,
    stantially. Substantial .enterPrise' that"quitter" 8 I
    if Is .
    known since there _one end'
    more ,now than they beginning" tures and fine r'lidences are being should Ijave severely alone,, l*

    that far-off time: "In the" and nobody i erected In Florida cities and towns in it Is advertrslng. To make a succes,I -a- .

    when all waR "very good : numbers and at an outlay of money must be prepare I '
    about rtising, one THENEWEST '
    of .
    We know more --- --
    needed a doctor. that only those who keep constantly like a barnacle ona ghip'bottom. .
    applied stick
    of cause and effect as matters of, this kind before ht
    the law "an Informed as to lie should know '
    that '
    and we know full. Municipal land ATTERN. ;
    to health, woyth! a nPund can appreciate begins that he mut spend money .
    Is -
    ounce of prevention county Improvements are being madecotInusIIyS I must tell him that he can .
    . bas resulted somebody STmUNG Lion'pirds'
    of illness Including the ,
    the SILVER
    tatter IN
    results commensu
    of cure
    to reap. ".
    (: Abolish the Ignorance not hope _
    front Ignor rice. that that paving of highways with brick. rate with his expenditure early In tht J ; the
    and the Illness save i from federal compilations does not Jerk-11 '
    . hereditY will be bat. i Figures wonderfuJ' progress game. Advertising first full. line call o'I
    through the at
    comes science of health demonstrate pulls. It begins very gently W have a show'you per
    Not only Is the FlorIda steady. It Increase I _
    0 ed. but people In I but the pull .
    atudled, sbte
    In the
    clollely value of Jlroperty rear until !I I
    I being more and inedlcines The day by day and year' by
    knowmore, of aymptomology become increased from $103.041,931 In 1902to an Irresestlble'. power.JohrWanamaker. '
    they exerts
    When c. COLE
    -. than formerly. $210,4'81.115, in 1912. In ten years .
    the [
    .. ill they know what this the deposits 'in state b nkl. Increased _
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    remedY. for to $24,741,061. In who, when' hi '
    t. and the wide-Ipread from .782,093 It I. a good husband

    'knowledt5' become' more with the mowl- the same period the deposits'7 In 35,800 the dies, leaveS his wife enough moneJ: .. . . . . . . . . . ... . ',.S
    : coupled banks grew from $ husband. . .. .... . '
    profound national second ,
    and and prevention, mtal to catch a "' : . .. ... ,' ;'' .11"e " '' ,0 p. '
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    .' .J The Kissimme Gazette, pearing In the morning edition. It I the best interests of' the territory in TO REGULATE 1
    I took just twenty minutes to rewrite which it is published Is the best advertising [ Orange Center ] ."

    ti PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY' OFFICE" VALLEY OAZBTTB \BUILDINO. that badly written little story and get I literature that Can be se POISON TABLETS :I

    I KiaSlMMBB. 03CEOLA COUNTT. FLORIDA. .it into the proper shape for publica I'cured. Booklets, of course, are attractive .IfCazette.: .
    : 'IT'H tion. 4.t.-wa4.-sa-illegibly-written-and: -'and efficient to--a" large-de'1, -- -"-- The prospects brighter all the
    j. 'grow
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    *- W., B. '- i OwnV so ambiguously worded that, had 'it I gree, but all of us know that a book. I I IletL [CONGRESSMAN tNL'ENG' LEiNTI{(). J I IDUCES time. Orange Center is on the pp.

    S. J. TRIPLETT.. .. _. _- .. .. ? _Editor ..and Manager. appeared in its original form: it would patently booster for i!j I BILL UEl'lNlXl.THE ward move J( the present movement .

    SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One 'copy one year ____ !-..____.'___......'1.118 have conveyed n'o meaning to the any project, Is going to be taken "with ;'''I'' SHAPE IN WHICH THEY continues we in will another be in position, If to "

    One-r copy al l month ___??.? .76 One COPY. three months. -.____.. .40...._, reader who did not already have some 1 a grain of salt," while the daily newspaper I C WILL HE I'UT UP'.V: i j i want incorporate to see a contented year.,' satisfied yon, .I. ;i r

    f All communication, except: from our authorised eorr.spond.fltUThUItbi knowledge of its subject matter chronicling the enterprises, giving I bunch of people, come out to Orange I, .

    L signed by .the. writer. The next day the young man who glimpses of the business and po. I I <&,--Itepre8ehte-" '|f Center-and talk to cur folks. ;:
    :'- Rejected matter willnot be returned unless cal1ecrror' Washington Nov. Air. George lIenendeen was a via- .'*'
    brought in the story came in to congratulate litical and social and religious life of L'EnjCle's' bill to reduce the dan-I .
    --- tlve
    : Entered at the Foitofflca In Klaslmmee, Florida a. seoond-clas' mall matter.. the editor, with' -quite a || a town,; tells the stranger in many 1 I gcrs-'of' taking poison by -'Iu'cident and he is 1 itor Orange Babcock Center is visiting last Sunday.'frknas, La .t..
    grand air of'patronage. lie said: "I ways 'whether the town growing or attracting national attention I Kissimmee this week. 1\1.; ,.

    t-, ._._2_.- _.-.___.., =--t=FRIDAY rrrr,..... =-,_ NOVEMBER-"_ __;t---:-r=-=---._, 7..., _1913_,-J _. -' . -- have sent in a number.-of pieces 'to I I not'-whether the 'town 'would ba a I II ,'Is in regard receiving to' many it. The favorable bill, as defined notices ||' Our Thursday nigh meetings to .
    ; at various times in practice singing are thoroughly enJo'ed. .
    ; ,' newspapers my I I good ,abiding place-whether: the town in its ittle, is intended "to pre icl'ibo {
    'WHY KISSIMMEE IS PROSPEROUS 'life, but that is the first time anything is offering opportunities for a man to the form of poisonous and nonpoisonous A big. saw mill is in prospect frr

    The question hat been repeatedly asked by strangers,. after a residence I, ever sent in that came out jn the make good and give him an acquaintanceship J tablets, 'loKcnircs of and accidental troches Orange Center between now and the
    _, 1 and to reduce the danger
    proper shape. I always take pains with the place that is only j first of the year.
    here of a1ewsday what the for Kissimmee'i prosperity? "
    << poisoning.
    ) are grounds
    to write out what I want to say, and second to a personal visit. I The Metropolis bureau has been fur- We regret the occasion of having

    \ )K4';, The answer is simple' in fact to us it appears' so simple that the unlearn- it has always seemed!l strange to me, Just now, it would'be' good business \iinished\ a copy.of the bill which, because to babes.chronicle: Little the Elizabeth death of one Bass of four our

    r'ed child should understand. it. that the, printer 'could never, get It for Miami to have a "Post Card Day" of its interesting character} is |! old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
    .. l III years
    .. x '' worthy of publication in full. It ; .
    "' righ. and accompany the post cards with t HJranberry; Bass, while playing at the
    healthiest '
    Kisaimmee it without question the in the United States. follows
    Ct'ty < The editor did not give voice to the copies of the Miami papers. Winteris as"Be. it 'enacted: by the Senate and i j i old freight house with her brother,

    Kissimmee is. in (he center of the best citrus fruit secin, of the state, wards that ros to his tongue i nor coming early in the North and some House of Representatives of the Unit- ,1 tw0 years older than she, was instantly '

    "" did he take the eagerly extended hand in which ed States of America in Congress as-,,, killed, when a heavy sliding door
    ;t oranges and grapefruit grown here bringing the highest price on any eastern energetic ,advertising, every fell oil her last Saturday. We burled
    ', market' \ of congratulation.. Instead he said: patriot takes a share, would result in I JH-mbled, that on and after the first her Sunday afternoon, with
    : : < \ duV of January, 191C, it shall be umlawful I an-
    \ "Young man if all the .wlnter tourists | service Rev.
    newspaper directing many all.t for to produce; import lppr<>pl' ato., by Spahr.
    acre any person
    ,: The land surrounding Kissimmee produces snore Vegetables per' articles you have sent into, newspaper to' this section of Florida.-MiamiMe-, ,'manufacture, compound. deal in, I The! sad occurrence cast a gloom over

    with Jess .fertilizer. than land anywhere else in -Amerka'. offices were as illegibly written and tropolis. dispense, sell, distribute, manufactureor I the entire neighborhood. '

    I as badly expressed as the one sent j .give fray1' any poisonous tablet, !' HONofMtOLL) ' ,
    Th here Kalamazoo Mich.
    ; celery'grown surpasses that'grown at or r lozenge or troche not cubical in 'i-hapc. ST. CLOUD SCHOOL
    \ / into this office l last night, it is no WHERE OUR MONEY GOES '
    f anywhere else for both size and flavor. "Section 2.. That vn and after the I .
    : wonder the printer made mistakes. It John J, Pulleyn' of the Emigrant''' first day of January, 1015) it shalrbo Beginners-Roberta May Bucktnastcr .
    t ,. The tomatoes. potatoes, lettuce, beans"- onions and'a1l' olher vegetables I took just fifteen minutes to find out Industrial Savings Bank ofNcw York, unlawful for any person to produce Kuth dane, Jlollis Court, Henry

    I fl grown here are of a .quality equal to those grown anywhere, and the amount what; you were driving at, and five to presents some facts and figures taken import, manufacture, 'ompound., deal ) Hall, Cody' Kirkwoood, Glenn Mercer,
    in, ,,.dispense, sell, distribute or give I George 1'rathcr Marion Thomaan.1st .
    produced per, acre exceeds that of any other locality of which woe have: heard. rewrite )'O\u-story.< Printers!! are about from the. reports-of the federal government away anynon-p i80nlus! tablet loz. I' Grade: -Kit-hard Atwood Forest

    everything in the world but clairvoyants. which'shows the extravagance enge or troche not iri spherical or disk. ''lluslilicrper, Clois Klrkwood, 'Juniata?
    '\' Kissimmee is in the center of the best hunting and fishing section of
    The next time want
    you a storyto of the American people. One shape. fSmitto.

    9Florida., hundreds of parties' outfitting here each season. get into a newspaper and get in can hardly believe he is correct until I I "Section 3. Thai'' the word 'person 2nd c'radt'-Newell Atwood, Charles

    '. \ Ther is more, fish shipped from Kissimmee than from any Other. inlahd right, either give, your' facts to a re-' he ooks u'p the statistics himself ,"If|'to as mean used in and this include act shall partnership l be construed, associatIon I Hooth Lame, Nourse Franklin, Fred Byng,Reagan Rexy ,Mercer Louis,

    : I . city in the state. porter or else know what 'you mean ever extravagance has been the national -";' .. company or corporation, as Reifschneider, Juniata Taylor, Carl
    first and then write what you mean. sin of the United States," says / well as natural person. ThomuHon, Frank Vunderlip//, Annie-
    I; "It There is more syrup made from cane grown iq this section than; is. made Good Morning." Mt. Pulleyn, "it is today. And American 1/j "Section 4. That' any. person who Waters. .

    '. ': front that grown in Louisiana. Texas, Cuba or 'the Hawaiian Islands. The young man went away mad, waste .Is its twin sister." violates or fails to comply with any 3rd Grade-Evelyn Ashton, Grace
    1 I |of the requirements of this act, shallon (.on roy, Adele Drake, Virgil Firkins,
    ; ," And.: -, but the next notice he' sent in was "Automobiles, cost us more every conviction, be fined not more than Thelma Harris. Pauline Lewis. Bertha ..

    typewritten, and had some meaningto year' than our household furniture," $1,000 or be imprisoned not more than NcC'lelland, Elizabeth Pomeroy,
    I i. Kissimmee contains the most open-hearted hospitable people on the face it that didn't need a microscopic continues Mr. Pulleyn. "Wo'pay our two years, or both, in the discretionof Harold Schofield, Roy Slemiller.

    : ,, ; of the earth.' Investigation. to get at it.Pensacola chauffeurs and garage mechanics more the court." V. ,4th Rrale-Ueorge; Bennett, Viola
    ; I" -"-----
    '1'", /' These (facts\ are made known to the world through: the columns of the Journal. than our public school teachers. Our CHIVALRY I I Irene Booth,Obert Irene, Neva Low,'Stratton.5th Tom McClelland.

    if f:; Valley Gazette which, we believe, has a more diversified circulation' than bill for diamonds during ,the past decade . A 'few evenings ago a daughter of Grade: -Katherine Farr. .
    BUSINESS AND A NEWSPAPER has Been) I filh Cirade; Ruby Yeatman.
    just enough to
    the President of 'the United
    1 t other in the state, the commissioners subscribing for I
    any newspaper county 7th (:irade---Ruth
    I Bleech Rector
    1. Another proof ha.s been furnishedthat 1 buy and build the Panama Canal-the I Miss Eleanor Wilson boarded trainin ,
    \ % g ", 'six hundred copies weekly 'which are mailed to parties in the North and a I Harris, Ellsworth: Ycatman.
    business ability cannot make a I most stupendous engineering work of New York to lUnd that only upper 8lh( Grade: -.-Pc>acl:]. Bass, Clarence
    I ,t /.W' c t'seeking information as to the true conditions existing in Florida. newspaper, and that no newspaper j all ages. We spend moro "for beer II berths were to be had. Men refused :I'I Easton Bessie Farr, Evadne Harris,

    ,: \ ; f_ These are the causes of Kissimmee's prosperous condition, and what worthy of the name can live on money I than for bread." I to exchange, to accommodate, a young :I Burton llouck. William Ide.
    alone. We Mr. then cites the following Hth Grade-Ix>ttie Doolittle. .
    J._ \ ; have made it the best city in the South for permanent residence, or the investment are taught that man can Pulleyn 'woman, even the daughter of the Pres. j'!I Kith( Grade-p-Alice Bailey, Kittie
    '. i not live on bread alone; and many of j statistics to show that he is right: ident. One of the indignant frit'nds', Marsh, Gladys Saunders.

    1 ; of money. us accept the saying without belief, The market value of the beer con- 'I.who made the rnnnit- In her- liohnlf reported -': 12th( Grade .-Donald Conn, Rote

    : but it is true.The man who takes;I I sumed in this country in the last fiscal I : "Theyall said the same thing, i J McKinzie. ,

    6..4 TilE AVERAGE PRINTERALL only material nourishment will soon year was $1,612,500,000. It was $47"I that the President's daughter!: could !i 1SPEKIIY IS ORLANDO'S '.
    w + BUT CLAIRVOYANT. cease to be a man except for the little I 000,000 more than the value of lasiyear's I t; sleep in berth well MAYOR
    an upper as as.any I The first election under commission
    + TALKING KISSIMMEE( retained to prevent his transformationinto I "bumper" corn crop. one else." form of
    4 In.a. recent issue of the Tampa government at Orlando MonV:
    1 ++ OSCEOLA"COUNTY 4 Times there is given editorially fOI a valuable beast-he seems to, Our annual tobacco bill is $4 10,000 Discussing the incident, the Toledor "day .resul d in the choice of E. Frank

    p, + -' have the .bad qualities of both with., 000. The value of theproduct of OUIC | Blade offers dual Sperry for :Mayor. lie polled five
    the benefit of the laymen, a few figures a explanation: "That hundred and
    f :. +. .+++++ + ++ 'O'44 QI giving some idea of the enormous I lout 'the best of either. ,ir and locomotive shops is $405,601 the train ran out of New York -explains only opponent lIev, ;James;nty-one L. vote Giles,, his
    The text of these remarks is the, 000 of the output of women's clothes..j
    I Around Kissimmee the strawberry amount of work ittakes to get-.out a ; something of the lack of cour j cciyinif three hundred and thirteen.
    fact that the San Francisco Call offers ., $384,752,000 of $279,249,000: of r Sam A.
    ; ; Johnson for
    sugar commissioner
    w ts held in high regard. 'One grower twelve-page paper and the liability I tesy. Chivalry and Manhattan parted ,
    .._ : itself for sale. Mr. Spreckle I butter, cheese and milk, $274,558,000 was elected in the first primary. H.
    and others to error, and calling the attention of I company many years ago. But the In-
    bas'set .25,000, are get- C. Roberson
    and J. K.
    : Schumann
    has lots of and he has will
    money, given L For automobiles last paid I
    year we I1
    $ ,busy along the same lines.-St. the public to the comparatively few errors .. II cident may have more significance be in the second primary for other
    the that he has
    proof excellent business !- $254,000,000; we paid public schoolteachers ]'''flhan. commi
    '' '.L"cle Tribune. made in. setting a daily paper,, | metropolitan selfishness and bad lloners.! Eight hundred and
    ability, he couldn't make
    t when these figures and facts are taken a $253,000,000. | manners. It may indicate that as ninety-seven votes were the
    newspaper though he had these essentials For diamonds we sent abroad In the largest in the .history 0' .
    ; : Gazette into consideration. The Times women come nearer and nearer to that
    The Kissimmee Valley says I says,,, better'was' Four: other candidates for
    -something ,
    wanting, commis
    ten $300,000,000 last
    past years year'spurchasei i I
    F it began the fight against the 'irrunitiori in part and, therefore, the Call failed. Worse J equality they desire so strongly they sioner were eliminated

    ' ;: of. Japs into Florida in its issue I Just,to give them an Idea, let us I I pepers have ,succeeded-we; have no amounting to $42,250,000:,,' shall lose the advantages which have j 'The campaign was hard fought, a.

    L I /',of July 11, 1913. That's good; now take a few figures: The minimum I hesitation in saying that; Good men and we. The spent diamonds?10,000,000 In' New more York forpearls. been; theirs since the I idea of protecting} I but the term the fighting of office was is for clean three and years few, ,-

    4 'let it keep it up until November, 1915, number of pages The Times ever pub. were paid, and .they did good work on City alone exceed ,in value 'all thcbuildingi ,>,',! the weak'first of touched the"imagi"na.jfl personalities were brought into, it. '
    et and we will have a law that\ will re- lishes is twelve each has $ men. An acknowledgment of'Is" ,,' '
    ,., ; page seven I the Call; that cannot be denied. It for higher education the '' ( "
    move temptation from the hearts of columns,,' making.eighty-fourcolumns Is1not. true ,that'the, Call madeAltself: United Sta I' " 1 f jl.&E..illiiJJ\\, \ ( lItyJ,lW.h! Ja .!3ikelyo' l lead 4>JiLKnTISED''LETTERsJRemaining

    I ;the" heathen.. -Ocala Star..fV'tf'1'1." !' ; ,!' in:,the'papereach'! ; ;;'coluirjn.''has"225; 'Q'*"en 'niy" to its c ;nmunlty.'or' too "now'. many'_ s.s\Vfi of us.& ;i'lj'have) f:: helped"i to,'j enduring'to :1acknowledgment inconvenience'equalitylnn] in the Post ,' .'" ., .
    ---- discom. office at' KURimmeeiUncalled .
    lines; each line has an average of 33 selfishly sought the profit of its owner, swell these totals? These are interesting -

    if R. J. Roliff. one of the foremost letters, punctuation points and spaces. but it cou'd' not be maintained, though statistics and make one think: fort. For,

    : r \breeders of Hereford' cattle in West There are oh an average, in a twelve talent labored on its column and whether or hot heis throwing his I I The other day the papers contained Nov. 3., 1913. ..

    r :Virginia, ,ihas decided to locate near page issue of The Times about 46 business ability directed: it and t1"ere if he, purchase sa glass a laughable account of a woman, on a Advertised list for tho
    money away two weeks
    I ["Kissimmee and take up' the breeding columns of reading matter to approximately was money behind it. of beer, a cigar, a diamond or an au-I crowded street that car in New York, demanding ending November 17, 1913. '

    of a higher grade of ce.ttle than i is'w 38 columns of advertisements. Why did it fail? Because the soul tomobile. The comparison of expenditures .a man should give her ,

    1 produced. Fl rlda's daily con- tn the 46 columns of reading matter was lacking-the intangible quality'known' cited, by Mr. Pulleyn" deservesI I his seat. Upon questioning* it devel- ,omb.'Itarbor.>\""CIRr"n"f..IC'r.. '-otIsse l WoLaughlln.] Willie Mla

    I jmption of beef cattle is about 5,000 taking no acco nt' of the advertisements as a definite purpose that consideration oped that she was "a. sufTragette, and OIH,..rt., Robert Mltry.1

    1.. ieads and the .demand is largely in- -there are 10,350 lines and 341- makes itself, felt in sympathy for its facts because they the are United the I the man exacted, her that she forego InrdniT 8iie. ,, i.-I.1'ampa Nlchlow.i'arIr afri Dor.m"Wfan .y ,

    'creasing. each year which makes a 550 letters, etc. people and devotion to a higher Ideal States as gathered by I all such ideas for that trip and 1I'oo..on. 0,v M ..... M C
    government.-Tampa J'o..ell ,
    ;t right outlook for Florida in the cat- When it is remembered that than the! making of money. It is not .Tribune. train. Reluctantly she did so, to the ? FrAnk, J'ort..r. 5"w .
    llollwily ..
    everyone Mr
    ,) 1. le' ..industry.-St. Lucie .;rrlbune. 'of these letters is linotype composition only John D. Spreckles among our JUST A MOMENT, PLEASEDid great amusement of the other pas l-taucly Jh',,.. Kdward B! J
    .. ,1. successful business men that failed-to 1 sengers, and was accorded the seat.- Jackson: ISles Lid- Holovent.. Henry
    F'' ,.such as is used on The Times, to think the i die Xlmmon. 8 B
    4 'The Kissimmee city couriclI, ordain-. is made by the, touching of a separate make a newspaper. Jay Gould fall& i worst you"knockers"ever stop town has that the I Tampa. Tribune. _. Jonm.johnson Robert Mr Lou- HtrlekUnd, Tom-
    a are my
    t ng against improper and deleterious key on the machine.-.if it was hand and Mark Hanna failed. They gave a fellows who spend a":. cent In advertising FLORIDA'S"CORN . Jon,-". Mr. Julie 'V'JI .on. D..I. '.
    I films, puts on its ta- newspaper 'all that Mr. Sprecklesgave never
    {ingpicture composition every letter and punctu.>. I CROP B. B. SIMPSON
    >list and film representing "any a'tion' 1 the Call, and their papers failed never take part\ in any public _.. __.__,. _.. -
    point and would have ..
    'I space to be < &. :
    will all rack work, never have a good word to Honda's corn for the & ...........-.....
    fall l crop present
    t :chanallan feast. Presumably; lifted singly from the case and placedin -so. papers today. .
    it is the first.Insta>\ce'lncethe fall the stick Greely had aa mora bnsinsss sense say' for anything and go on the J>lan year is estimated at ten million bushels Osceola
    the Telephone
    by idea of
    fingers- -an Company Annual
    Rome of the use of that word in the of than a chlU tat. to mnA. a great pa that it is sharp .work 'to get all they from seven hundred thousand'acres '
    liability error can be faintly can, bV fair means or foul\ and then under cultivation Meeting<< of Stockholders. '
    1 official: at least legislative docu- formed from the fact that the touch per. It may be admitted that his 1 yield:of fourteen -
    t a\ t. But the very name of that of paper did more harm than good in its kick on paying their legitimate bills? and'two-thlrdl-bushels per acre. The
    a single wrong key means a wrong Etaery town in the has few i Notice is hereby given that the Annual
    tlme'but it country a experience of
    I J' baa asort "bacchanalian sound! was a newspaper. For a our boys' corn clubs in
    t : letter'the
    I touching of two
    right keysin of these Meeting of Stockholders
    fejlows. You tell them of the
    can the. few
    $ 4jfr 'etersburg Times. newspaper must be a newspaper and past years has shown that
    the I
    wrong order' means transposed nothing' else; it cannot succeed as at a glance-In fact, you do pot needto with proper treatment our Florida Osceola\ Telephone Company will be

    : f. .Kissbnmee'd S four .deleg tcs to the letters.Can it be does a store or a.benk by making see them; you can hear them anyhou'r lands can be made to produce from held at the office of the Company in

    "ito Chamber of Commerco meeting expected that men can money. Henry Watterson is no busi- of the day or early evening, relating three to five times that amount. It the City of y, ww;; Osceola County -

    ,. 'I.4. t Ocala stopped here this rooming; go separatex on day motions after day making 341,550 ness man, but the Courier-Journal i.a is their alleged woes to all who is, of course, too much to expect that in the State of Florida, on Monday,

    ', every day-and and will live long willJisten to them.-Lake Worth Her the average production of the 10th day of November, 1913, at
    ; :Bronte home. They were Hon. ,H. twice that number some days-and newspaper, as a whole 12 o'clock of
    ald. noon said
    Stanford, Legislator, and Messrs. make of them he does; newspaper men' can not work state should 'measure up to the standard day for the ..
    one ?
    every right of
    for themselves alone for j of these purpose electing _a Board of DIrectors -
    nor even special
    8. Harric: Louis O'Bryan and experimental
    There is
    feature which will
    '. Senator their papers only-they must be a If all the people within the bounds'of patches, but there is room for' and for the transaction of such
    Vans :Agnew. Igou be a lot
    recognized by trained
    every' newspaper other business
    living of the the state of Florida were as thor> of as may legally come before
    d ,Mr. St. Johns escorted them part community and the improvement in 'the' acreage yieldof .
    \ ,. man as one that goes farther ough boQsters and would the meeting, including' the'con
    .Eustis' and they departed with toward time in which they work. They must put-as much this important farm crop. Better '
    causing in federation
    int"words" for Eustis. They also error a newspaperthan express the desire and the convictionsof energy behind their booster as the 'preparation of the land, a little more i 'of official reports and the

    any other cause, and that is the many, and not of one or a few; state press, every part would build fertilizer.and bettor cultivation approval and ratification of all actions
    and of
    j :on .the ,lAke Region saw prevalent idea that' decipher the I
    a printer can of the Board
    like and of Directors '
    they -must lead and not follow.- magic become'settled witha I crop, will turn the 'trick.-Bartow !since the
    ..jodel. machinery in full swing.irtis'Lake -
    1 . \ any kind of copy and "whip it. Times-Union. '". good class of people. The state Courier-Informant. 1 last Annual Meeting of the" SCock-;;
    Region into
    r 1 shape. press! of FIor\dat does more good for holders of the Company.

    1;'' .-' The fact of the matter' J is. that a A CHANCE FOR PATRIOTISMWhen the.state and gets less credit there BETTER USE E. G. VANS AGNEW!. ,

    i \ .... imissloners of Os ieola coun- printer is supposed, according to 'an you *e* fomathing in the Metropolis for than any other agency, which helpsto HOME NEWSPAPERSThe 44-3t Secretary. "

    - 'w.. the way, constitute one old established rule in newspaper offices thai f sj Mftk wovld interestdistant build and develop it The peopleof Board "
    it! enterprising bodies of to "follow if of Trade held its regularmeeting' $TATJcSISeNT.
    copy it takes Ida
    I. a M f IP MsnsV Mark the a community should Stand by their
    Y .tn the state, .'will probably out of the window." article Monday night, at which the Lawe of Section 12, Chapter S99C
    arm sefla the local and Florida
    that showing
    ; mm paper. paper see it is given the amount
    at least,one-third of one It; therefore falls to the lot of the This 'Is done by receipt of many inquiries from parties of ,tax... charged to the Tax Collector
    t many Metropolis every encouragement its effort to in widely'separated of jBceola County, Florida to be col
    DIdOllarI. } for/tbe purpose of editors to "whip into shape" all copy readers, but .it could be done to the bring into the community g"ood substantial sections of the lected. for the current year. lUI, and
    ; ..Jconnty: adequately repre- sent into'a newspaper office, as well world' as to Pasco county and Dado apportionment of the eame to the
    ; good'of this section of Florida, much. settlers. By so doing all reap severs fund for whi i >tazes have
    I .Mid-Winter exposition to and write stories. City. He urged the necessity of plac- been levl d. '
    *the as get news Andit more frequently than it is. Over inOsceola the benefits derived therefrom Appor1ioa.e'tf-C.u47

    : h in Orlando in 'February, is strange but true that the average .county, the county commissioners Brooksville Argus. ing advertisements ,jn proper northernand General Revenue Fund, 4 Fmmtm.

    1 theiiuotbirdl.O the sum men- pta will give a few facts to a news- western. newspapers and, magazines millsFichOol --.i-??...__ *1T.OtO,11 ,
    looking about for the best way 0 Fund 7 mill .....;; 2M11.41
    _ te)* ."made up ,by the Kissimtl paper man as seems possible, and then to advertise the advantages of Kissimmee On' Broadway in the dark ages we I calling attention to the fact that Road School Fund Fund.6 (mill Poll.) .*....... 448.00 .
    f boa4 trad and by the city If,hi. story is garbled he blames not and the country around have tried a "milk,- whey." In these progr.ssFve our literature could be had for the ask. Fine Forfeiture Fund.- 1 15.5J1.I1.

    of'that"city In equal propor- himself but the reporter. ordered times we certainly. should ing, .and 'a small appropriation was mill .__..:___..__.-.._..._ .. .o.M
    4 4 r several thousand copies of the follow Rub-School Diet. No. 1 .... 1.514.52
    f !Tbd peopl. of:,Kissimmee and Recently a man brought a short,, Kissimmee which will example of our bister cities granted for that purpose...-..Dade City Bub-School Pl.t- No., I ._.. 1".11.. 'A, '.
    newspapers they and institute
    a "great white whey." Banner.. Sub-School .i.t No. S '___ 68.11
    :..l* county: .generally Uliever I news" story into the office of The Jour send but-to many parts of the,United Who remarked "cheese it?" No progressive It is a good! plan to advertise Sub-School Diet. No.. 4 ';._.. 1,446.74
    hc- and nal. It had 'value but "charity .begins 1> Hob-School No. 5 .. .! 17S.SI
    are no at home
    Very and citisen.
    F; .jjjagnd ,publicity great States.. H. E. S. sub-school BIt: ;>,NO. e. ....' 11'.'.
    and the ."
    'lorflt.-Tppa was only about! a dozen'' lines, but he .. ,Dade City Board of 'Trade
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    mE )J 4iltlsVALLEY \iAl.t1TI; Mies Eeaie Watson e*
    No. Itlng Misses of Jasper il vi I. N. McConnell is ,
    Telephone 11. the
    Rose-and Made O' ben among prom I
    ; Pennsylvanian who arrived this "
    Born to Mr and Mrs. A. D. Gilbert week, he haling from Salina. Mr.. I "', "

    I Published' Every Friday By 011 Weanesdayp.. November.5tha. aoiVisit ., McConnell" comes for" the purpose .t" " ,, __ --...::....
    UAI "erl ytnlr the stories -
    Wi: M. UIS. many of' productive
    I hie daughter rda) for a brl-at soil, balmy air and hospitable N
    :. with I at DradentoWli. peopl, he has been reading In the
    :Valley Gazette for the past five 'Tis Distinction Dress "
    from yans.A 1; w returned Sunday months, and after looking around for : .,
    Weather ReportFollowingarethedally | making the trip by at Kf ey Weat, a couple of he believed this . ',I' .. .. '1t. 1// .. ,
    coasttheoBo4. way 0 the ealt paper had toldnnly' half the tale.F. j ... - '" """ ." " ,
    .;.. ; '
    I' t .
    W. Hill of Narcoossee was in' lhe'j T' .' .1.40;" .., _,,Il> .

    temperatures :; duof Trade Monday night oi city Monday and presented a petition; ., I '
    ,I ,
    to the "
    a"a Board '
    ... and precipitation as business of extreme County Commissioners I If Gotten '. '',
    importance will protesting at Kali's Dry Goods and
    reported by the Government be discussed' against the route of the I Clothing .: : T.
    proposed auto road to the east coasiclaiming ..
    Corner. Our __
    station at mee for the that the Ready to Wear Department ;
    .' :P B. Maklnaon and wite route laid out bone "

    : $. week ending. Nov. 6, 1913. turned relatives from a two-weeks' visit have with re-' coossee flted.110 it one would, while lead if it from began a at NarI i .,, :' . ',, ; is Very Nearly Complete, the Second floor Being " "-'
    and irlende progressive
    Max. MIn Rain I other eastern cltle8. at Baltimore nd settlement, could be built Devoted to Ladies Ready to Wear Carp ' ", '

    Friday ._____ 78 62:! __ er than the one proposed, and Cheap-j ments.
    \. The Talent Tea 'to be practically as short to the
    Saturday ___. 77 57 ___, November be held on Fri ,
    Sunday .__ .L.-77 62 _.. dbeay at the' home.J3Z. &will. Luke Wyle and son, J. 0., arrived
    er from Come See Our Styles for Fall. New
    : yesterday
    $. Monday _.___. 80 60 ___ eon on Mabbette Street. I took the afternoon Bethany for Ohio, and ; ..

    . Tuesday ......91 60' ... W. w. Bell nd wife of Cincinnati see, where they own train a tract Narcoos of 'land ,Bulgarian Silks, New Sweaters, New Sashes.. 14

    I Wednesday ... 82 64 .-. .1 o:' arrived this week to spend the, that will be planted to citrus trees : 4

    I Thursday _____82 63 ... winter"with' ..Heal and wile. THey; this winter. This is the young man's If .You Are Interested Ask See the New ":
    . wIll remain if pleased I second visit to this section and says to "..

    o4eoa'OOOOOOOO..OOOtoo.. that" he has longed to be hero ever 1 Things that' We:' Have to Show You in Our Silk] '
    After several day of the
    - weeks spent with her' past summer, as from read- .
    grandparents Dr.: M. J. Ing the Valley Gazette he knew the .;' Department. Crepe Meteore, Crepe de Chine .' f
    Hicks J. Bryan .. '
    I Mrs. E. wil leave weather here was much more pleasant ,
    Y next' week for her home at Jackson than in Ohio. and Many Other Dainty Things for Evening '

    :;:1 THE LOCAL mLD.I I villevDr. W. .W. Chandler, member of the ', Wear.. .AT J. .
    W. well known school board from Bassenger .was in : : : .
    sfmmee. physician city the ,. "11 ". : .
    was in the city Sunday and Monday attend. '. . I "" \' \ .. ,
    uuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhuuinui I I yesterday on a mingled business and ing the session of the board on,Tues \r: )"' ":" '111"/\:" \' "..'
    : trip day. Mr. .Chandler states that 'the ''I..' ,. i : ,', ,. I. .,.
    Heinz Pickles, all.varietles I at R. S. pleasure registering:Tribune.' at the Hillaboro.Tampa -- Bassenger section is very dry and '. "I,'"' "'. i.':.. o',i",0>'\ >..1 .," ,! .

    Floyd's. 43t- T. ,/A. Rodgers of Lakeland travel. The needs water a rain down very the much rivers at and resent canals. .' L} :; :._" ; = : ke>' <:\ :' : ':\ .

    . The""'Bbard of Trade will meet "Monday ing representative of the Baptist Wit- being so low that it will be mpossibleto ." i : : ,.
    !- ness, is in the city: soliciting get the entire fruit to the : .;.<'l"I .
    1 night. subscrip.tions crop mar Katz ''' ,.1, ., .,' _
    for that ' KorrierART >
    excellent denomination. ket rains cOme "
    unless at once. ; : \ : ,' ,
    ; Nice line pf dress. pants. F. Ii, Law al publication. /':' \ !"f'" I' <;. "
    .on. 46-lt Judge S. D. Decker, 'cf St. Cloud,, .il' .1.. ,
    / W. R. Wilhite\ has moved his gro was in the city Monday liking after .
    ' ': Heinz Pickles, all varieties, at .R. S. cery from Broadway and Midland to some legal matters before the county ,0 .3---

    . Floyd's. 43tf the Baisenger section of the county,, court. The judge's many friends in .3f' :
    where, he will operate a commissary this county will sympathize with him
    J. D. Woodbeck was a business via' for the Hunter Land Co. In the loss of his former residence in 'I,

    itor to Lakeland Wednesday. MCs. Ada Oklahoma by fire, the house which ,
    McKeown has returned
    cost over $3,000, being insured for ,
    the doll's split skirts at the to the city after an extended trip to EXHIBITIONAT in the management of the business as e-
    See only $800. The bad news was received LEAGUERS GIVEHALLOWEEN .
    the well as those with larger I holdings. I 1 i
    mountains of aeeate.
    Chapter House, Nov. 14 and 15. Colorado. and will by wire from Mrs. Decker; who is
    take up her' profession ai trained F. G. Popeney, the president, and i .
    visiting in Oklahoma.T. .
    ;: Strong on'.boy's dress suits. F. H. nurse at once. HIGH SCHOOL J. H. Halley, the secretary and treas-1 I I. PARTY .

    '. Lawson. 46-lt N. Farr and family of St. Cloud urer, have been spending a few days to
    Judge T. M. Murphy made a business spent last Saturday in Kissimmee. --. S; here in the interests of the company I I I --- ..
    :Marvel Flour, new spring wheat product trip to St. Cloud on Friday. Ac Mr. Farr has a splendid grove of or. TWO HUNDRED OR MORE PICTURES and have arranged that subscriptions I :: ..
    at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf companied by. Mrs. Murphy they ar angea, grapefruit and kumquats just ON can be left with Judge Kribbs, the attorney -*I AT STEEN HALL AND CARRY
    rived pust in time to attend the Halloween outside the city limits of St. Cloud, DISPLAY BEGINNING of the company here, or sent OUT A MOST PLEASING

    Delicious homemade candies and party at the Hotel St. Cloud; which he is enlarging from year to .NEXT MPNDAY direct to Mr. Halley at Loughman ,:, PROGRAM.. ''
    ' bazaar. He states -that his AFTERNOON.The W. H. Anderson, the vice-president '\.. '';;
    at the. year. kumquats I
    C. S. Acree while in the Tuesday 6f
    city the
    which he is enlarging from to company, went north a week I 4
    Marvel Flour, new spring wheat product stated to the Gazette representative are the best fruit in his year grove ago to dismantle and ship the machinery i The Epworth League of the Methodist
    that the orange crop in the wing two hundred or more pictures and reports that he has everything :
    S. 43-tf just lIe only of a delightful Hal-
    R. Floyd's. now. a gave ;
    at Campbell section was in fine condition an acre in kumquats, on which quarter he hasa loaned the public school by the A.'W. almost ready to .load on, the.. loween party last Friday evening at-

    Fancy work supplies at The Wo the fruit being well 'colored and maturing hundred bushels this year and which Elson Company, have already been can. the' Ste n' hall,, a most pleasing pro-
    rapidly received and beginning next Monday 'They to be 'able to begin actual !
    expect of music and
    man's Shop. .46-lt readily sell in the home markets for gram singing being rendered ,
    afternoon will be exhibited each afternoon work a few days; and it is
    A. E. Osgood, who:has been employed 10 cents a quart. and evening at the High School understood that it will be between and light refreshments! were* '
    . 'W. II. Brokaw with Grifflng Broth. served. Those in .attendance werej,
    at.'the passenger depot in this A small admission here and Loughman. ; :
    building. charge
    the tree people. 40-tf I Misses Helen l Base Laura Thomas .
    era, city for over a year, has accepted the DEATH CLAIMS will be made each time, or if some wishto This should mean a big' boom not Nina Bratton, Cecelia Over 1

    Pretty chambrays and ginghams at position of ticket agent in joint office see the pictures more in detail, a only for this section but for the whole berta Hobson, Blanche Ingram treettAl-Mattie 1 ?

    The Woman's Shop. 46-lt Plant of the S. A. L. fend the A. C. L. MRS. J. EMORY RUSH season ticket for the entire week may state. 1 I Belle Marris.' Parah Clark, Net

    at City. be secured.A tie Helen Jones ,
    Newton Orpha Rose,
    , Marvel Flour, new spring wheat product .. systematic canvass of the town ': Gladys Caller", Ella Mae. Gilbert' Mildred -' c 1n
    at R. S. Floyd's. 43tfB. Mr. and Mrs. A.: M. Jones of Mt. is being- made by ticket sellers from TOHOPEKALIGA Winn, Gladys Short Mesdames
    Vernon, Ohio, are the proud parents IS CALLED TO HER HOME IN the various grades of the school, and i Zimmerman, Johnson, Sibert, and "

    C. Dutton came up from Lake. of little Mario Elizabeth Jones, born HEAVEN V STERDA V. AFTERNOON it is hoped by the teachers and pupils CAMP EIRE GIRLS Messrs. Nathan Bryan Harper C..-
    land Tuesday and spent the day with October 31st,\1913. Mrs. Jones was that everyone in Kissimmee will secure ler, Harold Buzza., Paul' McKee, Earl .
    friends in the city. I Formerly Misli Anna McCallister ofKissimmee AT 1:30 O'CLOCK.For tickets and in this 'Way not only Cowger, Paul Mark.,.
    ; ,-Fla. All doing well. gain admission to the exhibition, but Will Mason Tier, Arthur .Jarrell, 1
    and Steadfast aso help the school purchase pictures REORGANIZED ON OCTOBER 29
    Buzza Morrow
    See King Quality Clyde Earl E. Lw Johnson
    I :
    shoes for dress, $5.00. F. II. Law- Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, in charge of several days our peo from have for the adornment of the .now bare WITH A LARGE MEM- Rev. Sibrt and.Mr.. Zimmerman,
    *6-" I the Presbyterian church here!, left waited anxiously for news the walls. The influence for good of MERSIIIP.
    son. bedside of Mrs. J. Emory Rush that The young men of- the league paid
    \ .i
    Wednesday for Huntsville, A a., to really great pictures can never be estimated
    Eight good mules, wagons and har.nUl attend the Synod of that faith, he she would be permitted to live and and it is certain Kissimmee for the use of the hall and everythingwas
    for sale at a bargain. L. H. Ingram. being its'secretary. There will be no continue her ministrations of Christian has never before had so good an opportunity The Tohopekaliga Camp Fire Girls for arranged Halloween'spooks'playing an appropriate manner -
    and nobla deeds but an nrl
    at his church Sunday. on yesterday to inspiring pictures for
    40ttI preaching reorganized October 29th, 1913. The ,important part in the entertainment-
    morning it learned that all
    the building of the character of her following were present: Leona Rob-
    Mrs. W. N. Rolfe and eon, Kenneth, hope had fled, and the Angel'of children.On erson, Ruby Prevatt. Rose O'Berry, of those present.Refreshments . ,
    F ",., Furnished Rooms for Rent; For left yesterday for Wetmore,'Kans., in Death was hovering'near.. The end Friday evening, November 14, Ethel Roberson, Blanche Ingram, were donated by the
    ndtFor.Rent!" cards at the Ga. answer to a telegram announcing the came at 1::30 in the afternoon and before in addition to the exhibition of pictures Ethel Lee, Laura Thomas, Helen Bass, ladies of the church who are deserv '. "

    1 ett:t offlce!1 lOkcente'eich"'.t "43 tt serious(illness of J i her.t husband.-' ,,Both the sun had set everybody in a program of music and recital Lilian Prentis, Mildred Winn. Violet ing much. credit. for the success..of thai '
    : Mr.:-"and Mrs; Rolfe*will -return here Kissimmee knew that' the soul of a will be given in the auditorium. A Bullock, Edna Schweikart. Georgia affair .
    . C. A. Johnson came up from Lake as soon as Mr: Rolfe is able to travel. real Christian had taken its rightful few of the pupils of Miss Reese and Reeves, Maurine Dann, Mattie Belle .
    place in the heavens above. Mrs. Cook will have parts on the pro Harris Rose n
    land to spend Sunday in the city Orpha ot.OOoH 00 OUtOOttoOOOOOOO.
    with his mother. i! J. II. ')lallev and F. G. Popeney, Miss Fannie E. Lowe came to Kissimmee gram, the High School orchestra 'will Leona Roberson was elected president 40
    I' two'; of Loughman's prominent citizens from Atlanta, Ga., in September Miss Mary Carson and Miss Joe ; Ethel Lee, vice-president; Edna >n
    Mrs. J. II. Harris has been quite were in the city yesterday in ?,1911 and accepted, the chair of Slay Bryan will sing, and Mrs. Earl Schweikart. secretary; Lillian Pren 0O DR. G. NASH.' .
    ill during the week, and her many connection, with the company they music apd expression in Osceola High Lupfer will give a reading. tie and Rose O'Berry corresponding 40 .
    friends hope for a speedy< recovery. formed to develop the oil fields that School, and proved most efficient Refreshments will be on' saleby secretaries; Mildred Winn, critic, and Veterinary Surgeon

    are supposed to exist near their thriving teacher. some of the High School! girls. Helen Bass, sergeant-at-arms. They 00 ..:........ .
    The Ladles' Aid Society of the First little city. She was married to J. Emory Rush hope to have many 40 Headquarters
    Baptist,church will hold a bazaar at In March, 1912, and since that time planned to spend eTThanksgiving 40 Kissimmee

    the Chapter House December 4 and 5. Howard Katz left Saturday for has resided at their.home on Mabbette LISTS Of J JURORS, Holidays at O'Berry's farm. 40 Phon.: 'lnL.

    where he has street ... .... i
    Webster Grove, Mo., accepted O ::
    Lee McLean of Narcoossee spent position as assistant city engineer. The' funeral services were held this CIRCUIT COURT 40- Cattle Horses. Mules and j
    with A. W. L. TO HOLD
    the week end in Kissimmee Mr. Katz has been spending morning at 8 o'clock, Rev. J. D. Si 40 i* 1
    friends and relatives. the summer with his father, M. Katz, bert of the Methodist church and ofwhich 40 Res. Park Hotel:' a-

    in after finishing a course in a western faith deceased was a member TUESDAY RECEPTION 40 ;. .
    will meet regular *
    The Civic League laidreat
    remains weft:
    and her .
    officiating, OPEN AT KIS 40' tr"
    session at the Chapter House college last spring. FALL TERM\ WILL for ,
    to; in Rosehill cemetery. .. .......
    11th at 330 p. m.
    Nov. ,
    next Tuesday, regret that our Deceased, besides her husband and SIMMEEON NOVEM the
    with deep !
    Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hope, of Kissimmee people It was learned of- the death of J. D.O'1II'rn infant son, leaves two brothers, Steve BER 25. BEGINNING NEXT TUESDAY: TilE -.
    spent yesterday in the city, which occurred at Lakelandon and A. Lowe: who arrived .from Georgia LADIES WILLi :KEEP OPEN '

    returning home-on the afternoon Wednesday night. Deceased was last night. HOUSE TO VISITORS.

    train.-Tampa Tribune. one of the most popular traveling men HALLOWEEN CELEBCATED it The following Is the list of names I -An Eye *,
    that stopped -Klssimmee, and made and Earnest drawn to serve as jurors at the fall tire-
    Mrs. Huddleeto of Miami, has beenin friend of every man he met. The Junior church term of the Circuit Court that will What proved the most enjoyable
    a i of the Presbyterian
    Workers ;
    in Kissimmee the
    [week visiting her .November 25: social'gatherings W
    the city this residence at Kissimmee
    grand- aughter.' Miss Marie Hudleston. The orange crop on the Edgewater of celebrated Mrs Helen Halloween.Perdew from the 6 to 8:30. open B. G. Hancock, J. H. Bronson, Edgar past winter, that of the receptions on OUR ANNIVERSARY ? -:
    arms near the city has been sold to donned suitable. to Katz, S. B. Aultman, Alex. Sloan, Tuesday afternoons at the Chapter
    Nye's packing house at Orlando, being Costumes and were much amusement derived B. C. Bass, W. O. Bronson, A. S. Gilbert House by the American Woma''n'aLeague SERVED AS AN I ,'
    W. B. Sadler, vice-president of the sold on the trees in bulk the price the occasion G. C. Chandler, J. Starr Anderson /, will be revived again, begin- ,
    Heard National Bank, of Jacksonville' being paid amounting to $4,750! for therefrom. quiet. and well- W. L. Wetherbee. S. M. Blake, J. ning next Tuesday afternoon at 3:30, MANY WHO HAD NOT:. : f'
    has been in the city this week on a what fruit there is in the three groves The children were for this occasion. K. Billiard G..P. Gardner, C. A. Cole, and will continue each week there- r
    visit to his daughter, Mrs. Fred Bass at Edgewater place. behaved, especially various Ord Bass, \A. P. Butler, R.. A. Bowen, after until our winter guests have FORE GIVEN us THEIR is ;
    After enjoyjng games II. Baisden, G. J. departed, and to which a general invitation *
    W. H. Mann, John AND
    modern flats, equipped kinds, a picnic of good things was extended all ladies winter.
    three is
    For Rent
    Hudson of Orlando was In the Harvey, A. D. Story, Jesse Harris,
    and S. R. .
    with electric lights, water yesterday in the 'interest of the served on the verandas.Twent.y.tour and J. .M. Roberts, Dozier Leltner, C.' W. '' Ing here to attend. WE: REALLY CARRY that '
    bath. Inquire at the Gazette cfndfJ. city Fair to be held in his young who people Griffin, Howell Bass, J. H. Lanier; I I The A..W. L. held a business meeting I dol- / '
    Mid-Winter arc
    I of the ladies especially for"M
    twelve Tuesday afternoon and elected the ASSORTED STOCK OF
    Barer .
    and when told A. C. Rogue R. C. I
    .. during February, in these flourishing J. C. Dibble ag.
    city interested
    officers the
    Perter T. AI I I following to serve ensuing
    with A..ilass R. D. ,
    in be there an D. ,
    Wednesday Osceola would All a lBS IN
    W. Harris spent that old Orange societies were present. report M. Hans lI, F. 1I Tyner. |'term; Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, president; THIS COUNTY. '
    Lakeland visiting the branch store exhibit that would put delightful Halloween, 1913.LAYMEN'S Court, : i Mri. Clay Johnson, vice-president; r
    the smile onhis Ga.-
    the Dutt n.llarrla Shoe Cd., in thatcity away face back coud in be the seen shade a ,block!away. MEETING.Bro. 1 Mrs. W. L. Winn, secretary; Mrs C. WE NOW..STOCK THE this; 1 .s

    A. Carson,
    COMPANY tr.ealurer. and
    E. S. Hall will lead the Laynen's / OIL ; FAMOUS BRANDS OF
    James Durrance, of BM< and remained in the city! the city this week and left Theater, where PROGRESS METHODIST CHURCH CANNED GOODS for e
    up Sunday business reached in the l lower) 3:30: at the Pastime : MAKING Services in the High School audi THAT 4
    after "the prairie Kissimmee are
    for in
    until Tuesday and boy
    yerte'rday is every man torium. Dr. Sibert's subject for Sunday -
    I Mr. Hu er. be P"- A MARK OF ."QUALITY"
    matters.C. part of the county.for. as an -round, urgently requested to in interest -:-- I at 11 a. m. will be "Shade for the : I f 1
    in the city.Tues- aptly named, J dis- These meetings are growing OF STOCKHOLDERS iNCLUDE -. Road." At 7 p. m. "The Certitudes STORE CARRYING I r ,
    S. Acree was and is a top-notch-JutVing and attendance, and we are LIST A cordial invitationis 0 f '
    of the Gospel. de- |
    stores '
    day shopping among our edVas forward to the great.treat of, OF MOST PROM- "
    state SOME
    '. talking over the political situationin other r esmencin! therKeystone hearing looking the Methodist bishop, who FLORIDA. vices.ForaU'extended to all to attend. these ser OUR CEREAL' DEP con.I t ;il
    the county. will dedicate their church here on the 1NENT eVd

    Darks' went to Jacksonville From near and far where e'er you are 23rd inst. Come out, friends and ..WILL SOON BE ''b
    Paul H. : l bazaar. in the
    all with
    one.and hour UB
    Wednesday evening to meet a. partyof Come and their 'iadrobee daintily spend a profitable blessed Lord and Mas- The organization of the Pennsylvania Purposes ef Sanitation and. i WE SELL \ '
    dolls of our '
    their way For service formed .
    friends who are on Oil Co., which is being Cleanliness UseCARBOLA ,
    Florida ,td spend the winter. the made, workers I In the ***"' W.H., JONES, Pres. for oil and gas in Those this WHITE SALT MEAT the
    By Section is progressing nicely. ,
    for 'the holidays / ; *tiee .
    How about those gifts movement are. ahowinlJ' along '
    fancy the .
    ,useful and behind SMOKED BACON
    Christian SINGERS-MALE
    that are \
    the .
    ? They have them at For things WANTED,. list of subscribers to the capitalltock. per
    14 and remember AND others
    bazaar.Nov. Includes
    the 14th and The list among
    At the Chapter House willing to take part in the AT :ho
    at the Chapter House.Themanyfriends November.E Everyone benefit of many of Kissimmee's most prominent 4 4TA
    16th of for the
    TKTbe given is for -
    of Mrs. Ada Mc- operetta piano fund, please buslne8' men. open A Liquid pWafectaiit, Deodorizer,
    House singl. $10 '
    the.Chapter small one
    K'wen, R. W,' are pleased to Nebraska lee her, D. Wooten farming who at phone }Jr.. Harrington, 239R,.or at- hare.' but as none as small as as that have Germicide Antleeptie, lasectl- I.oo
    hissed 't"ck from tide and Cleanser.
    downn fror0'frost the ; hFridayHondiaturday made they run mostly
    draped in auto tlin and SUb y smiles Mr. Jacobs, the io new egg at.7:30.. Mr. W. yet$100 to, $500. with only one of $1,000, 1 L Gallon _._________;_-.____ "1.60 t

    At the' church SundaY morn- acre8'planted shipment laat. week B S. Carr,evenings president, A. W. L. and' It Is the idea subscriptionsbut of the promoters. to 5 i Gallons ___,_____..___-____ -25 .
    power j. big
    the not to get
    will speak on ready 424 BROADWAY;;
    ten patch to lAVny people interested 1 as possible ALBERT E. BARRS .. ,
    of Habit.' liticiand has made a boat in good condition get as .
    prominent Wooten SalMotor, that the man
    that For the assurance
    with .
    p Address Henerbift Sox Shoes
    salvation ot and 'on this seven acres cheaj if taken soon, ,with single share will haw a role Dry ,
    Invited a '
    Zacheus. Everyone 1 i
    A welcomed. Service. emonstrUngthat Box 674. Kfssimmee.; : .r .
    rtrangen especially, action adapted to ,
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    n 2 E, .' \ KISSIMMEE, VALLEY* GAZETTE;[ FRIDAY: ', NOVEMBER 7,. 1913 ,

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    t .f: ' ... WE WANT A GOOD AGENT leaving It to many beat overseers who ,5aOTyaaaawffi! !w*$wraWHY 1y1 1yfi! $ 1 IiY !Iiy1yyl lYly1y1$ 1 IfiS

    ; ;." la Kistimmee and vicinity. A hustler can make good money representing work when it suits their convenience, i
    I '" ,.r, ; the oldest and, most modern Monumental Works in Florida. Write us for or do not work at all when It suit I t

    ijf f .. our. mast attractive proposition.. ___ _ _.I Ll-hemLBIJLusuaUY.coeB! These foremen . '
    5 -,::: ':- THE CLARK MONUMENT CO.:. Jacksonville Fla434tpd: ., 4 arefurnished with two--or three

    teams, with regular drivers, wagons,

    1 1k.: CLASSIFIED MISCELLANEOUS.. scrapers and grading machines, split- tf
    log drag and necessary small tools, KISSIMMEE[ [
    LOST-On Monday night, a pocket- and as many beats or districts assign.ed :
    ; ; ; book containing about 900. Finder to each as he can work.. A censusis

    ,, '" -- .. -please leave 'at" Gazette. ---- office. and taken in. each foreman'sterritory
    'f' five Cents'Per line 'get reward. 36-tf at the> first of each year of all men '

    1 Each Insertion :. LIST for sale with subject to road duty, and he is furbished j li
    i .............. Nelson your Realty Off. 35-tf 'with a list of names and Is required -' i' :

    FOR SALE. to work every man who .has 1 'i':1:-:1:
    I-. ,, i' GRAPE FRUIT trees 25 cents. Seed- not: paid the required amount of cash II' ; ,
    \ ,, l FOR SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apr lings two and a half:years old Only into; tho county'treasury in lieu thereof. I' ,

    plyy,.to E. G. Vans Agnew 22tfy thousand left( Henry W. Smith,, No foreman I is allowed, i I

    \ FOR r SALE OR. EXCHANGE will ( Wauchula. Nursery at Basslngen) penalty of dismissal; to receive under I BECAUSE it is the most favored city in America as
    46-9t ,,
    well' my farm of 1 10 acr n, 3 room ____ 0> ..____________ I from work hands, but such hands as j '
    'a:, house, 7 acres cleared and( fenced, FOR SALE AT SACRIFICE-Auto desire to pay must make their pay''J M to health, climate and fertility of soil. xJ
    \. ; z..erE'S fine just coming' for'sale, good running condition, ments to the proper county official at'' $j
    : young grove earth
    .. ;into tearing,' or will trade it for a 'I practically new tires; price $150; the courthouse, This method. has :j JJ; BECAUSE', it has a citizenry the equal ,of any on x'for
    '" will trade for gentle buggy
    l'. h'-lIe and lot,hi, Kissimmee. W. N. I or and harness. Also double-barrel pony proven good In most cases, but as a I IJ intelligence morality and hospitality. x;
    ,. ,4cnea LouRhm, Fla. 4ttf I shot gun price $8.00. Apply 203MuW.ctte general thing I do not Rink the best Lj ,

    ,,: F iSALE-;; acres- ; -of la d'-\d-' aoufrooin ,, St. .40-lf 1 mitting results can men be to."accomplished work out, their by,road peru>i! J ; BECAUSE it has public, school facilities unsurpassed

    ,, : / house in Pincdale. Will: I tax." ,, students' graduating Osceola High School, enter I
    4' 4 give bargain to sell quick. Address [

    ', .,, 41tfpd4t6r Box_ 172, Kissimmee, Fla. : UNSURFACED ROADS WOODEN SHOES MADE "III jj:!J; any University in America without examination.]

    I (Continued from, page 5)) STATESI BECAUSE it hast best paved streets and more :
    Colt 8ALK-:20 acres half cleared nice able under heavy traffic. .Contracts? I INTiff UNITED !*; e.

    j i' l} '. ''. ,.;younjgrove, gobd'fences, fair house,:t' were mndewtli, a farmer on, each of' x, miles of cement sidewalk than any other city its I

    : some! fine crops now growing? a l living these roads to keep them dragged during 1 COST PROM\ GO TO 73; CENTS A1'.tIR .
    l already pr&\"ided. A bargain at I' the 'months of December JanuaryFebruary , AND' GOOD )FOR ,size in the South.BECAUSE L

    t ;$1,200, terms rpfcson'able! ; or trade and March, and the price TWO YEARS more andsubstan- I
    it is making
    for Kisniinmee property. J. H. Halley I paid was 30 cents an hour for a man' :Ii permanent '

    ----! Loughman, Fla. '. 43tfWILL i and team. The 'county furnished the In this country beech is the favorite tfal. public and private improvements than any cj5
    drags. As an inducement to-the men
    'w 3 SELL my store, building and material'for, the manufacture
    ', jstockof general merchandise, everything i to. do good work, the county offered of .which has reached considerable : city twice its size in the state. "j i

    new and up-to-date, doing prizes of $25' $15, and $10 tor. the{ bes.t proportions in the UnitedStat.e BECAUSE its people display more genuine hospitality f
    roads =
    ; tine business but other' Interest require kept according to the department ol iiI

    f my attention. M. M. Mononan, Specifications for dragging. furnished and rules agriculture,, whi h has Just issued a :Ii and brotherly love than any other pe pIe any f
    Davenport Fla. 43-tf governing the contest were bulletin on the use of the wood. These ..
    | each contestant. One important rule t where else ,the face of the earth. "'
    it FINE Business Location for Sale- shoes, the department says, cost from on ,
    that the would be awarded
    7' Two way,splendid and extending'lots fronting to Stewart on Broad Ave., I i was to the men who prizes kept thefr roads in' 60 for to two 75 years.cents a They pair and are are worn good by BECAUSE it, is the cleanest and most orderly city in J

    in giving double front, and" the last, In the order'best that condition the engineer at the might least keepin cost. those! who have to'work in cold or wet the state of Florida. I ,I
    places, such as tanneries, breweries,
    vacant lots in the block for sale.
    .Ir ,Price $4750. These lots in other I I close touch with furnished the work each-man, postalreport'cards ,and livery! stables, and by workmen in BECAUSE all of its people display ,a civic pride that I
    E1 i were steel and factories 'who !
    glass must
    towns the size of Kissimmee fortunately j
    @ as <| and they were required to fill them out walk hot is rarely found to exist. Ii''
    ', ?M y situated, would be held at [ the j on grates or floors. Farmers x; !
    I every Monday, showing distance
    :much higher price. Nelson Realty I ICompany. too, are classed among the users. BECAUSE knows he lives in the best I IH
    45-tf I j dragged, hours consumed and cost for ,f, Beech wood is put to a very much :Ii every citizen city x

    w I i the the office previous of the week engineer.and mail In this them wayl to, wider person range would of be uses likely than to suspect.the average The on earth and never fails to let that fact be known

    FOR RENT. |j it was practically impossible for "a department says beech enters into when the occasion offers. ( ,
    dishonest to render account
    man an
    hundreds of articles from
    w .FOR .RENT-One eight-room house, for more time than he really consumed rockers to butchers' blocks.hobby-horse We walk I BECAUSE life'. here<< is one continual existence of i ifi
    on paved street, $22.50 month. :
    per I without his being detected, or if on beech' floors, eat,, off beech picnic
    One house with 4 large rooms', five he worked more than was prosperity and happiness..
    necessarythe plates, carry beech baskets, play with i peace, !
    closets, located I in Pinedale, pretty
    reports of the other contestants
    I beech toys; sit on beech chairs, and .
    surroundings, cheap at $8 per when compared with his disclosed it. '
    I in dozens of other ways use articles THAT'S' F
    ? month We also have some lands j I On the other hand, if'one should be made of beech almost, every day of - i
    for rent, ,one place inside city limits
    j sufficiently! it was likewise defected.\ our lives. Its freedom-from taste fits
    with extra rich soil. Nelson Realty; I j This 30 miles of road was kept in .
    ,, the wood especially for articles which
    company.: - 44-U'j i neglecting his work by not dragging come in contact with foodstuffs and I

    < r FOR RENT"-Comfortable bed room,j| splendid condition despite the fact beech meat boards, skewers, lard tubs, WHY KISSIMMEE I IIi
    centrally located. Large porch 5 that two heavy snows fell during the butter boxes, sugar hogsheads, refrigerators -

    "" Brack St. J. W. Prentla. 42-tf four -months. The most interestingfact dishes, spoops, and scoops are
    ''connected with the contest was widely used. .

    FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story i the-road that was awarded first prize Only one species of beech grows! .
    u store building on Brack St. North cost the county only $510, or $5per in the United States but
    naturally ,
    Kissimmee. II.' C.. Stanford 29-tf'' mile. R 0000-0 0 oooooo*fr 6"0"> frc C"C '<- <"fr ceo<"e"{ -0 oooo coo 00000000Ii > I
    e few trees in this country have a wider
    DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M. Ira many 'Southern states the roads commercial range. It extends from .
    Tiller. .. are maintained, or at least :.
    1 ,are sup the Gulf. of. Mexico into eastern Canada Ii. I. ,
    r,, VOCAL STUDIO; 203,Broadway, room 'posed/to .be.'jby\ whati'lst.Jcnowr,,:,, asetatutelabor and, "'in i practically! every place ,' HOTEL MANHATTAN ., r r,,'";, .l' P" ti''i, '",'+ ,:'', ,+,;RULLj" '' ' :,..,; '" '

    e 3.: '',Voices' 'correctly'! d?andj'dej ( t rn 7 |'which means a man eublectTto '?3'' where*';:It'growel. ..ST.. -*$*JvAftpv it Si Gcutlformarket.The .M& ltl, i w I ,, t.,: h 4I...G.i B. Poe. Propol"I\; [ BASS,MARKET .
    veloped. Italian method'1>lrs: Herrington a ; drtaxti"mi.'vbrkvouthis total yearly output Ffl of beeclrwoodin Ii INlt\t'fJ"K'i! AaolllrfJ1 i Al;' C. L. Station . Fresb Mull or AU Ki d I.
    tax under 'the direction of beat or .
    will see those wishing; tostudy a the United States is approximately. -ifi "
    i on Mondays and Thursdays, i, district overseer. Such labor is prac- 500 million board feet. R '
    ,7 to 8 p. m. Voices triad free. 44-4t it |1I I tically worthless, and few men are required i H. C. STANFORD COMPANY--. !Ii
    ________ ,?. -_ -I -! .__. .L_ to work out the stipulated num-'I END STOMACH. TROUBLE. Ii Dry Good, Clothing and Shoes, CLARK &: MEIKLEJON Y;
    t FOR SALE-Motor boat, 30x8%, 15 her of 9 FurnishiBfi and Notions
    I days. As it seems to be Impassible OASES OR DYSPEPSIA"Pape' r Real Estate YtlIf
    e in. draft, 12 h. p. engine; at a bar-i to-entirely abolish statute labor, fi G !
    gain. See Saunders at this office tf fi
    ,| the question' that confronts us now -Hi-
    I is, what is- the best system 'coupled Diapepsln" makes-Sick. Sour, DUTTON-HARRIS CO. '
    FOR RENT Two furnished "
    - --,- , " rooms with this labor to use in,tho maintenance Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine Iii - SHOES, J l.WATERS ,&; CARSON GROCERY i
    "r1Apply to Mrs. Jas. Dale, 551 Broad-:
    j In five minute.
    way. .. 45-tf '| of our roads T Good results have Fi 105 Broadway f COMPANY I

    been accomplished in several counties' .,-L" ' .
    '' ;FOR RENT-Six-room( ,cottage on I in Alabama by putting the work i* the If what yOU. J just ate Is souring on I1 ---\f-...:.- -.
    Main, "street, furnished throughout, I hands .of a few regularly employed your stomach or lies like a lump of Ii KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. ;"
    $ hot; and cold water, electric lights', foremenwho, giv all of their time lead, refusing to digest or you belch Fi Everything for the Home. FRED M. BASS
    and eructate' '
    r 4, ( and telephone. Apply to C. L. i and attention to the' Work, instead of gas or have .a feeling sour of undigestedfood dizziness, Ii J. C. Rash, Manager I

    w Bandy. . 45-tf I - , heartburn, fullness, nausea bad taste I i !m Hudson and Studebaker AntomobUoa '
    o In 'mouth and stomach-headache, '
    ( :"' > you
    .FOR RENT-9-room house including 1 can get blessed relief in five minutes. I H. M. BREAKER --Hi --' ,
    bath; electric lights, furnished suitable -.I i9' Do you want a fine! business Put an end to stomach trouble forever : !Ii
    ,; for 'boarders or roomers. 209 building? . .f by getting a' large fifty-cent case of, fifi TrackPropertyFarms.Orang1e11Groves'and City NELSON REALTY COMPANY Y;
    I Pace's Dlapepsln from any drug store. .
    .Park street. 45-2tj
    ,1 Do want select You realize la'live minutes bow need. fifi \ No. 9 Darlington Arena
    you a city.residence '
    3 ( less It Is to suffer from Indigestion, fifi -
    + 7O EXCHANGE-For Florida: land or I ?
    ..f i ; .Mdse., a $25,000 irrigated farm all "j It's dyspepsia the quickest or any surest stomach stomach disorder.doe fifi' .. F, H. LAWSON ", Hi-
    r sin cultivation. A in alfalfa. 2 sets Do you 'want a neat cheap tor In the world. It's wonderful. fifi Cash Store -

    !; of improvements. Near Artesia, I: ,cottage? -Ad*. 10<<1. Broadway D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE I

    r "' N" Mex., ,Box 743, Artesia, N. Mex. Do you want la choice farm? ANCHORS WHICH HOLD lifi .' t AGENCY I ,
    I .
    :AS-2t: pd l Do you want'cheap vacant One of our local contemporaries fifi 5- '
    FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY We j l lot? -" published yesterday the portrait .of G. M. TAYLOR"" i '

    'have demands for a few good substantUl j a young woman residing somewherein Up-to-dtto Cash Grocer'1
    r w loans on desirable real estate Do you want an orange grove? the East, describing her 'a* the Broadway and Midland / HUNTER LAND' CO. 1 I IH

    where the,security is unques Do you want-a lo or'20-acre daughter"ot a. famous millionaire. "and fifi Real Estate "
    ; his wife.
    .' tionable 'and at advantageous rates tract? Hi
    of interest Anyone with idle money We are pleased to find that at a fifi; !Ii l !Ii
    Do you want a 6-room house, time when pessimists are deploring W. B. MAKINSON ,CO. "
    r will do veil to consult Nelson fifi
    ; us. Hi
    Fs : I 50 ft. lot and of Hardware W.G.HANKINSAdding ,
    Realty':Company. 44-tf | 20. acres orange nany the conditions of American Cutlery, Boat Supplies '
    4 ''' i ij land, ? life there are still conspicuous instances fifi and Machinery. Machine and Typewriter !HiHi

    5. CELERY'PLANTS for,sale-$1.50 per where the old-fashioned ideals fifi
    j + : '.1 r, thousand. Special prices on large ;:' Ask Mr. Summer are till adhered to. fifi --tfj- ffi -

    ;, lm u jquantitiesJ Address F. F. Button,, tot Penfleld near Clyde. As Ions as the richest men In the fifi A. S. GILBERT DAMN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1 1Hi
    t ': r',: Sanford, Fla. 45-2t (Clyde the' 2nd Ave: N of nation recognize ''the family as the fifi, Dry Good
    ,j .- mow., . ,I -court house leading south.) unit which must be the concern of all Dry Goods, Shoes ud Notions dotkinr Shoes,FuBbUagt .

    ;."":, L-., I who would preserve the welfare of the fifi, No. 45, Cor. Mail and Park St 5 and 10e Store

    .J' l'' race; in brief, as long as the wivesof 1 W;
    riY. a millionaires are also- the mothersof , -Sfi __
    ,3 "
    : [ I \ their children, we may indulge the fifi! KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. J. W. PRENTIS

    \: hope that everything isn't speedily !'I .' Pianos, Organs -: .
    : BIG' BARGAINSFOR fifi Wholesale and Retail Talking MuUaa.Sewinf .
    x i w j: T, : I I't' ? Fleming Times.going to the. bow-wows.-St. Louis fifi, Pnone 21 Mncnlne .:,
    ; '
    i ; tt(& RENT "'
    f CLEANING --
    '3' fis Hi! ;- --:Hr !
    .. ,
    w ..... i ,,
    1'r .J- l' HOUSE. ,. $10 .. PRESSING "It's a pity we can't get rid of all ' '. e Hi .\
    INE'_ TKOOM . $10 bad-mannered' people." a i j MACH BROTHERS P.... 113 HUNGER LAND COMPANY !HiWillM
    ONE "True: but the boors w always '
    ; jROOMHOUSE. 7i' fi i Urery> Feed and Sale. Stable Oracle Ii
    '':,\\ ,. tJ": : ? : r have us. Louisville Courier-Journal. i Ceat...' FU.

    >Y = (' E./E./ Well,,, -.. "Another young couple have start- i i T" HcaryHaaUagnndDrayinff. > 1 W. W. Bonnej, Rtatdent M....,. '
    '' E.(at n'uran"; i ie Leave, word >t my house and 'ed intensive housekeeping.'? "What I .
    r JUal "
    1 will be erljed tor and 'do you mean by that?" "Three rooms
    } .6.;'iI .1: ,t"",.akSred! +Iq,,' Ir ui.".- .sr- -_ Satisfaction' elo&bes//:and a bath."-Birminghann ,AI'fHerJ J .
    :", C- old| ftsi VJ "" "I" ::t1'I !Ii <
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    'i' ;HE lISS1itlAIB[ YALL >6'" '" -.. ,&./; ;..,".t;",,,,. ,, ,. "" .

    oncnitis, I FLORIDA --does .
    MONTHLY not bloom right; It needs a little --

    CROP ALfNDAR COld.The matter of fertilizer' is important 41
    IJ ----S
    or Asthma -. In the care of our groves. I '
    In fertilizers the fickle element is ,
    This ammonia; it leaches out and heavy
    calendar J. .a reference to show rains it down .
    t.hat carry washes it off boYouwAm>
    Mrch Mountain Herb'ea : each and every month in the year 'on the subsoils.' It may not be a '

    89met.hin/r/ can-bed planted and heavy rainy season to bring this about .
    [Has no Equal Nothing I the gathered i in Florida, some sectionn of but Again a heavy, the rain.lack of moisture brings -, .a 4
    state w
    Just as Good. : growing more'than., other according :- this loss about, and such conditions as ,
    to conditions. make it impossible for the soil organ.., Fruit ' "m PastureTrucking

    January._If-ish potatoes, onions, let isms to manufacture ammonia. j . "
    than any ready-made medi. I tuce plants, spinach, So I say that'the fickle element is''' e
    It is and I celery sets, cab- ammonia, and it is under any and all
    nes. purer guaranteedore bag plants, cauliflower. , _Earthing'Grazing'
    plants, tomato conditions an individual proposition --' -- _i
    effective than anything i I plants, egg plants, cucumbers, cante- look after, ---
    own to the medical profession I loupes, watermelons There are other problems'that enter '
    .n ade at home in five minutes ,okra dWPtr. summer squash, here, such as lack of aeration, dentri- .- Timber : "

    yen by a child. Purely vegetabled radishes plants, snap beans, tying abents, weeds, etc. .: 'b '.,
    contains no alcohol narcotics carrots, corn, mustard, (youBtmeeny close. M. G. PrangejUo : ', ,'j rf
    orange, grapefruit lemon these- elements .,
    lime .
    peach 'v afa.0 .111. .
    r poison. If you 'are" a sufferer and other fruit trees. Grape 'vines In dry season! Answer by Prof Rolfs: : : ;' .
    form No; the elements 'still there but I'.f
    Asthma,, palm trees and'shrubs. are LANDS ;%
    Bronchitis do not manufacture and do not feed
    or in F(bruaryVOnion) spinach, to. the trees.) I .4--

    tact any throat, mato plants, okra seed, snap beans, Posash is sometimes a little difficult, ." r r

    lung, stomach,,, radishes, corn, sorghum, watermelon I' but under ordinary.fertilization, trees
    V.kidney trouble or bladder gel. cantejoupos, citrus trees. ,\ do little not'suffer potash. from too 'much.or too I Have Them for, Sale in Any Size Body r

    March.-Egg-plants. pepper plants, : Phosphorl 'acid is l not generally lost '
    yourself a cant okra, radishes, sweet potatoes, Roselle by leeching. .' From Ten Acres to One Hundred' : -
    of Birch .
    Lime is not
    cowpea, velvet beans a fertilizer It is more in t
    Herb Tea j beggar weed the nature of a soil corrector. Thousand Acres. '

    1 at once and (il I I collard seed, peanuts, corn, sorghum, As to the matter of diseases they .. 4
    1 ,. be put In two classes the endemic "
    .. .\ ,you will start to i rice.April..-Sweet potatoes, velvet; disea ef. 'such''as' scale, stem-end rot, 'A Letter Addressed to Me Will 'Bring a' ;,

    I it regularly 1 melanose, withertip, foot rot, blue .
    taking will
    [ you begin beans,
    I to feel as if life was worth. living I'' sorghum cowpeas, okra, collard, beggarwecd seed., corn, roselle, rice,, I as mold white-fly, and the rust epidemic mite, red diseases snider.such I .. Full Description and Terms of Sale. :i'.fi'

    and in a very short time willsee
    you peanuts I Generally speaking, the endemic diseases
    a wonderful change in your May.-Sweet potatoes, start at a-time when the groveis ' '''' '. A

    | condition. It is Just as effective in I cowpeas, okra' beggar velvet'beans'j) not receiving attention. It. is during .

    severe cases of Catarrh.Colds La GrippeWhooping' ,, seed), sorghum-millet we JulYr ve August the most and September inquiries from that D. G. McKAY

    Cough, Cough une.-Sweet potatoes, cowpeas,. over the state on endemic diseases. 1

    and Night-Sweats. Our guarantee I PRK-plant-secd', pepper need, sorghum, -These various diseases will be treated ; r
    WIth and if it doe .during the seminar, butgenerally -
    goes every can rollard-, '
    ants, millet, .
    : speaking, the epidemic diseases shouldbe KISSIMMEE - FLORIDAKEEP
    benefit -
    not druggist willi -
    you your ,
    ll.-Sweet potatoescowpeas, community county or
    refund you your money. I eggplant'seed, pepper seed, tomato I, state proposition, and unless .a man IsIsolated
    BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO., seed. from Other groves it is rather
    __ __ ___ _
    I unless u
    'Buffalo. N. Y. V.s: A. I difficult to handle all the neigh.
    AultuMI.-Egg-plant plants, 'pepper ,: bors are doing likewise. j
    Kisilramee Co. Kissimmee. plants, okra, -
    Sold by Drug IIOrgh m. I I CINDERS)

    Flonea September,-Pepper plants, eggplant ;w
    t II plants strawberries, celery seed, : .
    I Irish potatoes. OUT OF YOUR EYES THE H. G. SIEVER 11

    Ol'tober.trawberrles, radishes, I What a Heap of Happiness U Would '

    M. G. Weaver onion seed, beet*,.cabbage seed, cauli Bring to Kissimmee- Homes. AND.YOITLL HAVE N6 USE FOR REALTY COMPANY bar'ft.

    flower, lettuce seed/ Irish potatoes, THE SERVICES OF AN .
    odor of tnm I Hard to do housework with an ach NOT IN THE TRUST
    I spinach, mustard, turnips, snap beans, ing back. : OCULIST. .
    FiNE ARTS carrots, dwarf essex rape.o'f'mbl'r.Onlons I Brings you hours of misery at leisure 10,000 acre Stock Farm, a bargain if take* at met, F

    mfltioJ; in ttaching. spinach,lettuce, or work. $ .OO.per acre. .:* -:. >:. '":. .:. '-:. for

    Employing.rapid; writing new hlcning and I'' celery, tomato seed (in beds), egg- I If women only knew. the cause-I "I've got a cinder in my eye!I" How Prairie Land, Ora t_ Groves, Nigh. Hammock LaaoX;.Tinker Luna,

    oleo plant seed (in beds), pepper tin( beds), thatBackache pains often come from I frequently we hear this expression in '. 'tr+
    ail ."i" ar .. -
    \ Lands at AH Prices ud Easy T_
    and'moJfling. cabbage plants, lettuce plants, Vnus- weak kidneys, the street, especially when the air is o. iii
    chitccturalptnpactiv* I tard carrots beets radishes \ ':.Twould save, much needless woe.Doan's smoke 2,000 acres Stock Ranch, wlS.xchaag.: kalf vain ,
    turnips, filled with dust and or any. "
    . . . ..
    weak for other real
    Kidney Pills are for estate : : :- : : .
    dwarf essex rape. where beneath the network of- elevated \ -
    I : kidneys. i'M
    Studio at Park Hotel nl"l'emb"r-Orange, grapefruit,lemon Read what a Kissimmee citizen tracks. While this may seem a Groves all sizes and prices, '
    work !, lime, and all kinds of trees adapted says- trivial mishap, and often is if the for- Orange '
    and class
    Private P. G. White, Kissimmee, Fla., 'I
    to the climate. Grape vines, Irish Mrs. eign substance is immediately removed

    N I II I,i potatoes,onions, spinach, celery plants,, says: "I suffered' from backache and I also and 'from the eye, yet it is often a most KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
    through kidneys
    pains my ,
    !.lettuce, cabbages, cauliflower, beets,, had a great deal of trouble from the serious thing, and the public at large ""I .

    ,: lurnipH, carrots, English, pean, ., etc. ,kidney secretions. Dean's Kidney I little realizes that a seemingly unim.
    Pills which I at the Kis I -- 'R ;
    : procured; poi tant accident of this sort may result
    I simmee! Drug Co., relieved me and at I in serious and permanent impair stead of helping the situation, usually, leaps permanently impaired.

    t Citrus andOrnamental :i t DROVE SANITATION ,. that During time the I 'publicly that endorsed hive them.since ment of vision. The membrane coverIng results making a bad matter worse, The public' should understand'' the

    passed I have years not lost my fsitH in this the eyeball is a very delicate structure ,, f rom. the'damagethus done to the seriousness of such occurrences, and .

    Trees I II remedy and I ohall always be pleasedto j and when even a tiny speck o( tissue Infection is then easily car- public spirit should be aroused to the

    = I (P. II. Rolfs, Dir'ector: Experiment give it my endorsement." any forign matter lodges upon it it i i red deeper into the tissue, and an ulcer point of Insisting 'municipal regulation L:1

    = -- I I I Station) I for sale by all dealers. Price 50 I' quickly becomes 'imbedded. The irritation results. If the process reaches eliminating smoke. and dust as ,_

    Hedge Shrubs and Flowers It would be impossible to report I cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,,|I'. thus set up causes the person this stage, even if the cause should be far as possible from city streets. Hay.'

    I verbatim any of the discussions'! of the, I Xew Yory, sole agents for the United to. wink the eye frequntly and each completely removed, it' would perhaps trig the streets washed every night: s rt p

    dollars expended on Citrus Seminar, as a seminar is an States. I time the lid closes, rubbing againstthe be too late to prevent a scar after the as is done in many of ,.the European
    Tw nty.flve informal discussion of the subjects,,, l
    ornamental trees and shrubs will I and we are producing only extracts : Remember the name-Doah's- particle, it tends to imbed it still ulcer heals, might be BO faint as to cities, instead of having .them swept j
    enhance the value of"a small lotone from them. I take no other., Adv. 'farther into the membrane. The efforts be hardly distinguishable, yet it, is during the day, and prohibiting the '

    hundred dollars in the space ', In taking up the. matter of grove' of sympathizing friends -to re. I situated'just in front of the pupil, as'I burl ing of soft coal within the city

    of twelve months. Come; let us f iaiiitatLon it might properly} be and divided Dis..! FOREST-T"NOTES move the offending speck with 'a handkerchief .'I very frequently happens, the vision of I.,limits, would go a long way toward .' in

    consult together-help beautify our 'i into e88es. two 'parts-NutrItIon' ' j '1'0.'secure'-a merit badge in forestry, : or a wooden h
    \\t -
    I boyfscouts/areji, required, among otherhangs
    city"and add to our property values. Ie :'A healhytree.maylrecoma, : dwottsed, [1 4w iF'to jj.*:r..r pofr t kmds* oftreer, a ,

    EdmundSwabeA gt fr' Imtia'.healthytcondition:mayshelpverymatersallyJ,9 of them; BSSBlSlH PIs PslBlH lsHBSl HlW 9 VHHK sVWwB 't.II\\ ,>"i: ;J! N

    Hr : ) .*'''Th 'orange!! >prevent trn iitVerydaptab( e, JlOnelfoflthellprincipalJl of*the national'forests of''Japan"i by-product i I""j'W'.lFI"" '\ ,(.i('}. I\'i\ '\ ndnd

    Residence 9 Orlando Ave; I once had certain theories as to this furnished by mushrooms, which have '. ver

    P. O. B. 625 1 tree, but my travels about the state yielded in one year a revenue of. one Wo
    have bene somewhat of a revelation to million dollars. o'rsw '
    t on
    me. I find the orange and grapefruit I

    ... .. tree in almost every variety -of soil,, I Articles 'of clothing from wood fiber .
    ,_ thatit
    I and that this is so does not mean GOOD .
    in Theme-
    wolt 1 In all, but I have are being' made Europe. i
    does equally
    about lift of
    J. ,v.rl'11o17111>Oll found some good groves on all 'varie I I terial cents. for Clothing a suit costs of this materiahowever II gee ,

    ,) ties of soil. cannot-be-washed. '" r
    FUNERAL DIRECTOR j The orange 'tree seem to be a secondary "
    i growth and we find that in the I and most valu i i '
    One of the largest : : : ,
    survived. It Is :1 1 y
    andLICENSED j hammocks not native,where but seeds it dropped here I able the tulip timber tree trees, known of this to lumbermen country i isI : : inith de.
    and not f k
    EMBALMER survived In these hammocks, I aa yellow poplar. It I..related to the Isle ,
    | else'where.There of it ,
    magnolias, but is 'the only tree !
    is a mistaken idea abroad "kind in the world. "I s sied.., ..rjnfor1r
    I that the orange tree is a tropical plant MMMWBM r
    This is not true; it is more properly
    Stewart Ave. A certain The' largest tree in the Unite : -
    Store_.arrd Chapel, i called a semi-tropical tree. such States is said to be the ."Mother oj
    amount of cold and condition J, com
    KU8IMMKB.: FLORIDA an are found in Florida are ideal for it.., I the Forest," a'giant redwood California in the. sight
    Where the orange tree is found in Ja- Calaveras! bigtree grove r, their e'
    contain 140,61
    -- .. I maica and other places that may be It is supposed to n-.
    il There are,
    .++++++ ++++++++++++++++++ {, said to be tropical, it is not found board feet of.claimants for the hono ; tlrst' -
    in the many _
    but I
    in the tropical portions .
    and thE
    tree, .
    -cooler than of being the "largest are
    THE higher portions. A is climate for it. "oldest tree," and these claims, a<. : acremoat- i
    ia I tropical climate good
    l GAYSTONEOPEN : 1 I I t should say that the ideal soil is cording to forresters can notajway .. hardware is but small item in "the. 4land.
    : i the sandy -loam holding 15 per cent be verified. The a ri l d t

    moisture before becoming saturated,,, I' IDee,
    tu and if there is a clay bubsoil, so much', TAKES OFF DANDRUFF i whole.cost of a building, but there's a whole q

    I I the better, it will give less trouble HAIR STOPS FALLING ; 1 homes' ,
    2.60 to . per day.week or month later. I I lot of difference between buying the bestbuilders' siti.. +;
    Special by :I: variedties s until '
    As I stated a while ago many I Halrl Get a 25 cent bottl
    i.L. rmilMI.. hap t.0. MUTE", Up. :I: woods of soil grow cap.produce orange trees.them,The but I Save of your Danderlne, right now-Alsostops I hardware for your home, and some ,. section that s
    ++ flat even acalp.I of '
    +H Itching
    ++ .
    ++ I
    4-I+++++#++++++ it seems they do not thrive so long as I I kind. dol.
    -...-- 'I ion some other soils. I, r 'ie agecounty r
    flat-woods land to receive Thin, brittle colorless and scrag,
    C. p. ThrasherSHEET them To prepare it needs thorough drainage hair is mute evidence of'a neglected, The difference in cost between good and bad rf
    I treatment. By thorough drain: scalp: of dandruff-that awful scud ley C t
    WORKER drastic I mean that it must not be meredry There Is nothing so destructive t locks, for instance. is very small,but there's . ..., iaf this .l

    METAL age weather drainage, nor surface the hair as dandruff. It robs the hal difference satisfaction. .Cheap ,' A ive. andsstlgata
    Steel Ceilings a Specialty.P. drainage, but deep and thorough. of its Justre, Its strength and Its 't'er7;. a great .. '
    drainage. lIfe;:'eventually producing a feverishness goods area :continual source of worry and Ins;t for e F
    IsC r
    O. Box, (696 ,-Kissimmee. Fla. It may found, surprise that the&Ome best paying of you,grovesin but 1have If not and remedied Itching causes ot the the scalp hair whIch root annoyance, and it i will pay you when flguriiig ;. Osceolaplenty.and .7

    those that at some to ;:shrink loosen and die-then UN here and the : , Oi
    this state are A little Danderm! i on that;home, to come get records
    NOTICE.The the through difficultyof hair falls out fast. .
    TAX of year
    Tax Books of Osceola County season some sort, or through rustling do not hard tonight--now hair.-any time.-will eurehsere ] I best. We are prepared to furnish the ion who con-d.-,; > .
    appear -
    will be open for collection of taxes on for sufficient to be doing nourishment the best. Those trees I Get your a 25 cent bottle of Knowlum i. very best in builders' hardware at prices. always',.- '
    to rk's.of.
    first. I am now ready bearing and that seem to Danderlne from any drug store. Yoi .
    November that are in and lots will find satisfactory. r ,Qoe.-.4 tp
    hair that
    furnish'estimates.. 'A discount of 2% be in the best of condition, always surely can have beautiful little Dan you rotation e s:.

    will be allowed on all taxes during the green and glossy, fat and slick not make and of It if you Save will your Just cry hair a! Try Itl ..recordspnlaUoa
    do derlne. .
    reason >
    for some I CO.
    month of November. the well best fed bearers, and the best payers.It _Adv OSCEOLA' HARDWARE '
    must be r .
    and .
    due that the
    All licenses are now has been my experience .. '
    paid' P tree that seems to be doing badly-and from, say I "'I never was 80.embarrassed in m;, "The Favorite Store" FLORID y yf4 one par
    t to be in. good sTlnjkfierailroad
    produces bloom and first liusband. *( .otC"-
    the heavy
    43-7t ?
    What! did he.say
    sets the fruit and gets results, and of "Nothing much. He just looked UI] .. rusty,U
    Valley Gazette not raising prang,trees then said: 'Wh .,.
    WANT ADS in the course we are at me apd now .< ends ofeeunty'si
    smiled '"
    rent. but for profit. -us
    of selling and for their beauty, are MaryT
    is you
    the means noticed '
    are have
    when all other mean. Another thing warm it troit Free .Press. . .-. ..
    >g property line., that where the winter is very ::l /.'
    cents a .
    faiL, Try it once. 5 .i. ;. .f.. :
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    :4 1'j: +;+....\* ... ..... us with any more eggs unless they 1 CHAIITKIl D IR. C. L.Physician HYATT and

    : ,J ", LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY 'I! Apopka Items-'J]II for near could their the bring house labor.something during A large the in owl repayment week halted and II-I r Narcoossee, form prollt Tho a und..rJllgn..d a social'>.l to club become citizenS or .0CI.t Incorporate d.alrlng)'. not the for.t.o;5 SurreonPhqnel

    I prescribed' by '
    Such manner<<
    I In the 197'Res. JCisslrximee
    ,. AT LAW.SPECIALIZING R; M. Moore has begun to clear this aristocrat crowed loudly when it law. of mild State. In tha behalf pro'hoes Office
    away Floridant
    rather hastily departed; the said owl the Charter with
    \ the Mrs. William Montsdoca spent <11,1.1 subscrIbe 248
    % rubbish and timber growth on'the !
    'ji had however been kindly invited to the Article* a. follow
    Thursday in Kissimmee shopping. |!
    ]lot he recently purchased from W; T. .1 the corporation 45"Iclsslmtnee
    \, Wilson Central When 'leave by Mrs. Cobb using chunks as H. H. Hult"has closed down his saw 1, ytianame of' Club" 'Its location : "
    IN on avenue. a persuasive argument the boys, having ; ... .. {. J wSIMPSON!;
    this lot i is cleared up it will make a mill for repairs. "hull .liu In Ilia City of Kl lmn> <>> U :
    4 ABSTRACT marked improvement in. that particular carried oft the! guns, qaid boys The much needed seats for thei County of o.c.oln. HtaW of KJoilda. and "
    being on a hog hunt. :i school house have arrived and' are I tli. corpor/1t1on shall exist' perpetually. DKNTINT. .'
    locality. .0
    Hunter's paradise has not developed : being placed l in position by the boardof I 2. Tho. ireiiernl object tiC the corporation -
    t. AND C. B. Partin has returned from a yet hall be the ;promotion of .uclalliitvrouurHf upstairs in Katz UulldlD'
    _. business trip to Fort Christmas where,. but it is thought, that hews trustees. amoiiK Its ncl1nb r"11'y.; ; I t U/ a. n. tn1J30 12 m.
    :TITLE: -WORK he had gone to lookafter..some- may be heard from there ere many'1 Samuel Montsdoca is improving all th. HRhlH. ijuWut's < ',r'v',1' ; )."...ICJI: HOURS1.T : r I!: tu SM! m.
    7 \\ rapidly under the able treatment of permitted by Chapter 4Sn of JJYh2 1::
    ness affairs. jdays. I lvi'.
    j of J-'lorlda. entitled "An Act an "lp| hitn> No 71' flUD
    I STATK BANK BLDQ. . J..JS. Rackley expects tp move into, The latest from Whittier seems to]1 Dr. Chunn of St. Cloud. I Incorporation of Social Club or $o- ,
    his new house; just completed this I I, indicate that an effort is being madeto I Mrs. S. J. Trjplett of this place left I cletle. not for pront; IhvliidlnK: tine "

    ..'..+;.'*'...'.,..000-..,.,. . 4. .> week. boom the town. It must be sort ;''Thursday. morning of last week to \I collecting lees due,of linen nioiicy, rent under Bnleii tho or nellie ollierwl or- I 1)R. W. W. CARSON

    W. R. Raulerson of this place.'attended ., of a quiet or secret boom, not one'i spend a week at Palm Beach and .p. such an mAV/ be ,ureacrlbed the '
    - the Wekiwa Baptist. asso ia.. word of it do they spread out before other points of interest She .expectsMr. by-lawn to tint end soli-ly ut promollnif DENTISTOffice '

    OOooOoOoOOOOOOHOoHo.OoC lion held at Tavares last week. the public. Suppose they're adopt-I Triplett to accompany her from nodal intercourse as aforesalil and. not -- J1t
    -<0 for prodt or dividends and. to uch end Cole's Jewelry Store i"Office .... .-
    Superintendent of Roads W. T., ing the old secret society adage,' "in I Kissimmee. solely. the acquiring holdlnK. leustntr.nioriVaitlng ' over ..
    THE : Chapman was surveying out the newroad secrecy there is strength.'" It is 'surprising Friday night looked dark and ;. selllnw. tran..CerrlnK' aiid Hourn:' 8-12, 1-6

    to Wekiwa 'Springs last week: that In that 'vast accumulation -I stormy but the people of Marcoossee conveyingof property, real and p 'rsunal. Office phone 158 '.
    had planned box social and did not f Residence 23:
    ManhattanHotel : with Mr. Eldredge the commissionerfrom of population that'not one enterprising be managedby ,.
    3. The corporatlon-nhaU'
    intend to let a dark night and a little of teftbDR. '
    this place.; boosting correspondent can a president vlcc-pre ldent.;secretary( Gas administered for extraction
    I : Born last, Sunday morning to the I be. found. Come,, Whittier adopt'some rain scare them 110 they gathered at treasurer and five other nivhibcnh who -
    the home of I). E. Proper and' witha shall together constitute th Hoard of
    wife of Rev. M. N. McCall a son.I. means to let the public know GEIGER' .-.
    until the by-laws duly adopted JI S. :,
    I A AtiioiitotheTrnveHiig;; M; Jackson and, family spent last; what you are, doing. Go ,to your large bonfire/ and lanters succeededin Director may otherwise provide, they shall PHYSICIAN. AND UBOB01

    Special Sunday at Daytona Beach making the! aunties thou sluggards consider; his driving the dark clouds and rain bo fleeted annually Otl i th. first Wednesday :citizens. Bank Building ,
    Public trip in their new Hudson Six.. ways and be wise. away. This accomplished they pro- In February) the by-laws may. ,
    : : Mr. Brantley of Altoona was here, ceeded to the lawn where all sorts of 1"cI'lbo tho details of such, election. Kissimmee Florida
    Two weddings lately 1 ln"t. 'chatiKO tho
    constitutes und by anH'lI<
    JlIst'8; ; the square from : last week to attend the watermelon. part of the boom.suppose The irrepressible -I games were played. A large crowd dote may.of tho annual (electlun t, Phones: Office 297 or 64 '
    and had
    growers meeting and,while here gave. Jack Yates and the unterri- j was present everyone a good 4. The 'members of tho corporation 14.Iyriii
    A. C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE : Komo very valuable information fdn-.'fled Miss time Proceeds of the evening were shall outinlst of th* ."nd"rsl. "ned. and Residence, 205.
    t Savage, Vida Lamb $13.50 which to'the I the associates. selected/ by I ho undersluned ,,
    FLA. :I' corning the growing of melons Mr. goes building 1 :
    :I the first victim and Miss 15radio Lamb nt their Mrst meetlnw after th" ,
    I fund of I .
    the' First church here.
    i: Brantley is making arran ements.tQ' the second. Well the boys are both Baptist nppi'oviil of this 'ChH.iu-r' and tlierafter ..
    I locate here and plant 40 acres, too energetic fellows and be- Miss Katherine off of &t. Cloud ini-inliers elected, as may M. I iflVEKS, M.j V '
    watermelons.W. [ lieve young will the we I visited her friend Miss Mildred Page I... "preset'Ibcil III ti| bylaw'*. *J'linie'iiiliern \ : .
    : accept responsibili. 1 be UlVldid Into as
    and attended the Halloween box may '
    G. Henshaw' 'of Windermere?, ties thrown upon them with a deter- j i many classes based! upon. such dlstlnc PUYS1C.IAN and ,SURGEON
    I spent several days, here during' the mination that will' speak well for the Social"n She reports a fine time. lOll as maj b<* prescribed In the bylaws. Olllce' over OsceOla/ Pharmacy' ,
    past week looking over real estate C. W. Uruns has returned from a Tho voting power> shall I I *>o vested
    future. Travelers'
    The Rest is saidto
    business trip through the North. In the ordinary ml." thereof I IXeuIdence C3
    Miss M. V. WoodwardMILLINERY with.a view to buying. lie seemed to I
    be'doing business. Miss In
    a splendid J hatliiK one vote w lion present person HONICSitOfllfel48iv
    J J>Bwcll pleased with the surroundings Minnie Winters of Kissimmee I when absent .
    . .Mattie Baisden has secured the -assistance at "hu inet'I 11111 ir, and .
    r here, of Miss Addie Williams in is visiting. her friend Artie Monts (rom'thi nieetliiw. each such voter may -
    doca. Vote an.nineiidiiient, to the bylaws
    Harold Carton made. trip to Ft. upon
    a. the cooking department ,and "those h. Charter I b truiiBiiilttlitu tho
    to I
    or )
    iT Christmas last Friday to visit his young ladies with their well known Cary Stabler from Bethany Ohio meetliiK! his vote, thicr'on'tn writing duly ?" L- VINN"' -
    sister who is teaching school there.L. abilities will believe rentIer that visited O. E. Mitzel here. Mr. Stab slKned Till, rlKht to vote maybo. 'f"1- a
    .t : 1" A. Whitney secretary of*the St we ler is stopping at St. Cloud for the felled I b,' those. ,'('>.ld"111.hera who PHYSICIAN
    noted hotel a place of resort for all. winter. are Indebted> to the corporation, or for'nnm
    Petersburg real estate exchange, wasa who love good cheer. i ., nre not In nood BUindlntf. al maybe
    pleasant visitor in Apopka last Saturday -- prescribed In the by-laws. I Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.

    and Sunday andwas highly The boys caught a large coon Sat S': Th by-laws shu.ll be adopted by RlUlt>ltNr. I'HONt KlWIHIICK. .i
    pleased with the prospectsof our urday night and from the lightnessof the vnderslKtied at' the first meetliiKheld OrncB Tronic': XI FIXIIUDAr.
    the fur we suppose the hunters II I Union Center upon the approval of this Charter t
    town to develop into a real in II
    city I '
    be amended either
    118 J Broadway is'a would prophesy a mild winter; early and thereafter may "
    the near future. Mr. Whitney
    cold spells in the fall would also by the proposed amendment being" pouted .A. VANS AGNEW W.: 5. clLnrroa
    great booster for Florida and -spares In the club rooms, after> Icing recommended '

    Kiss m ee, - Florida no pains to advertise it -to the worldat to infer during that the the cold approaching will not be sea-excessive Mr. J. K. Hilliard is having his 1 tor the .period' by of the two Hoard weeks preVious ;. VANS AGNEW: & CRAWlRDAIICIthE"iS.AT.LAW !

    large \ fruit packed in his commodious packing to TnT"7 ine eting' at which It la t
    Weather conditions have been
    D. W. Clark made a buViness trip son. house. lie is also shipping fine adopted or by b.tnprt'.('>nl'd at One !; .
    -I- St. the of I somewhat peculiar on the headland regular meeting and belnir 1 posted In }
    _. ._ L- to Petersburg fifrt the egg plants to eastern markets. :
    this Our northern have the club from then unUt the next .
    week. I year. friends rooms Olllt'... lMIMCItlr nKIssimmce I hank nandlllC "
    Will Wetherbee visited with friends regular mnellnic. The. actual vote cast.
    sent their "cold breath down
    Mr. Newell the florist has moved among and relatives Sunday.The or the actual I voi cast together with Florida. f
    into the McLeod house on 4th street. I us until Florida sunshine has'almost Halloween social given the. written consent of tlioso absent, ,
    M. TILLER There been forgotten midst the blasts from Friday shall manifest thaI two-thirds of the'
    t St'J are prospective purchasersfor evening was a 'decided success. A favor the ,
    ordinary members propasudnniemlmoiit.
    that section this is what north- !
    / ; our:
    : real estate visiting this community westerners would call pleasant and j splendid program was rendered. Our GEIGEK."
    : Real Estate Agency. almost and' H.D. '_
    every day everyone I I agreeable but we sunshine bleachers teacher Miss Pearl Swinney delighted This method of amending the by
    seems to be delighted with what they the .audience with law. may be amended .In th manner
    M ............................ .. sec, and many say they expect to return think unwholesome and shiver proj j 1 The proceeds amounted a negro to lullaby; hereinbefore prescribed provided- only ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
    ) ducers; it appears however to freshen nearly $13. I that In no event shall the by-laws be
    I Realty bought and sold. and make purchases later on. the growing products and | Fred Harvey is employed by S. J. mended except and until consent I thereto o'mce
    Apopka is being advertised now as she prepare Sligh in his .new I.e manifested by at leatt a majority State Bank Building .
    up-to-date packing
    Houses rented. them for a stronger growth and its '
    L4. never was before. {I I house at Kissimrnee. Of (lie ordlnar members I Kisaimmer. Florida

    \ Taxes paid and Titles verIfied Rev. Geo., D. R.eevefi. 'pastor of the |1 the vitality of our cane crop and oranges Mrs. Jl. C. Lightsey of Kissimmee The house rules and other provisionsfor I
    Methodist church here grapefruit, lemons, and limes the convenience and guidance of :
    was quitea
    for non-residents. visited with her parents, Mr and the member be and-:
    are increasing in size and flavor, no mAY
    Fire Life and Accident In- nice little surprise last Tuesday. i i I the Florida sunshine lover to Mrs. J. K. Hilliard a few days last amended, by the club or liy officers> oreomntittpes. QEO. F. PARKER.
    At the breakfast table his good wife appears week.. |is prescribed In the by
    urance.t 'I be about the only thing Inconven- I laws I
    requested that he dress and give Atlorney-at-Law.
    up ienced. C. II. Funk and Dr. H. II. Funk 6. This corporation mny subject Itself -
    Indemnity Bonds. her a part of his time for the day
    began Monday morning to harvest to indebtedness or liability In the
    L and although he had planned some I The week's fishing from the Cobb their fruit with Joe Harvey as box- aggregate> not irrt'ater than. Five Thousand Collections and Conveyancing
    particular work to do that. day he mainland has amounted to something maker. 1'ollarM' $5.00000)( Specialties. '
    ___ _ _ 7. .As soon as convenient after the
    : consented do she hundred dollars and the workis
    readily to as asked. over one '
    Mr. and Mrs. Ir
    Wetherbee have approval and n-cordlnir of this Charter. "
    Pretty soon Mrs. .Y. J. Anderson droveup carried on a part of the day only returned from Lake Magdalene where the undersigned members shall convene I 11 J Bro dway. .
    and requested Mr. and Mrs. Reevesto and near the house. The conditionof attended and adopt by-lnws: and until tho next -
    S. U. BULLOCK her to Wekiwa the trout makes them splendid" ,they the general conferenceof election the OfUcers And Hoard of Directors '
    accompany Springs, the United Brethren church. They shall I... as followsPresident. :
    .; which they did and soon after arrivIng eating, the flesh in substance being will give a full report later.. p'". Harry A. Hunter; 1,1 F.ATTORNEY: KIUIIU: ::;

    there others began to' arrive in more like a piece of tender beef than Mr.: and Mrs. J. K. Hilliard and Vlce-rresld.-nt, itV.. McIkie'joflTreasurer ; U' .

    W REAL ESTATE buggies> and carriages and to unload :' fish. I ,daughters Miss Irene and Mrs. H.r. NerretarKrank> J. I. Clnrk Vntis; Agnew; AT LAW ,KISSIMMEE FLA. .

    baskets and boxes of good things to CaUle j appear to be holding their Lightsey visirVd with Mr. and Mrs.I. t lrectors Arthur 10. lioneiran W.I .
    'k '
    ............*.......... occasion this ) Moklncnn 1':. I.. enli-y. J. Wado Examination of Titles a Specialy.
    eat. The of unique celebration own, the grass being in no way injured [. II. Wetherbee Sunday afternoon.
    was the 68th anniversary of Tucker nn l P ,\. Vniis .Atrnew Notification and payment. of taxes of
    INSURANCE. 'by the cold. Our dog Uno still Miss' Evelyn Smith was entertainedat JN WITNKSS WIIKItUOK.: and In
    (/ the birth of Rev Reeves and his hunts forbidden game. An opossum : the Titfme of Mr. and Mrs. I. )I. testimony of the Intention Iri 'Kood faithto non-residents given: careful

    parishioners planned and caried it out was among the chickens the other I Wethebree Sunday evening at lunch. carry out the purposes and objectsset attention.Pat .
    examination of Titles a quietry that lie mistrusted 'forth, we hereunto subscribe our
    so never night but was dispatched and the The members of the Ladies' Aid names this the 8th day of October. A. '
    anything until he had been' capturedand buzzards had the last of him: I society desire to thank each and everyone J). 1913. Josnston G. P. Garrett

    : ,, Specialty.' hied away to the springs and the Hogs are doing well. The boys [ who helped in any way to make HATIRY H.V.. MKIKI A. HUNTER.RJON J OHNSTON & GARRETT
    friends all began to arrive. The event
    have found about eighty pigs. belong.: I the .Halloween social' a success. I' A. VANS:' A(3NI':\\' -Attorneys at Law. -,
    Corresoondence Solicited. was one of extreme pleasure to all ing to the plantation.' Racie has just -THE LADIES. .ARTIJUH K. 1KJNEQAN
    who had the of'' , '. Offices 10, 11 & 12 .
    being \ 11.
    opportunity \ IIATRIiiiv t."
    brought in fine tomato which - -"' <' '" ; .. "
    I.. --- ----- and will in' their a large 1 }jt.: ;;. JOliN 1',> CI..HK )'> I;" Citizens Bank ] ,'
    present linger mem* would indicate that the crop will soon FOR FLORIDA ENDEAVORERS':" ,,",'": ),;}'" ; \\', U.M..WIN oN'l1'1"' \ ." Bldg. "

    orie as a pleasant and eventful day. be ready for shipment. The beans "" 0" ;" ,INO. M. I.I'F.\'I' ,' ,I'I Kissimrnee, Florida., ,_, ::.
    After spending the day In. social and Irish potatoes are in fine shape, Dear ,Christian:Endeavor ',:Friends ''V'J' '1'w.I.I'.HI.J', :Y I "...t"., \ '\,.' .\,.,,,,, !! IA'i'iJ.t
    amusement the .
    i ; party dispersed to. and sweets promising. A 1tii4Y JT'IURM' r"4 ;Y '
    C..W.GRIFFIN heir respective homes wishing Rev. temperance topic once more and \ Aiuowf
    j' Mr. Alfred Bronson and family would that strong .endeavor speeches La. el far..... "J udge" v the
    Reeves the return of
    happy many STATK OP .I'ORI1"1A Florida H. K. tomm.A Criminal Court
    have I)n the, subject might be made in
    more anniversaries and that they moved to Lake Kissimmee. The every CIJUST't UF OSCKOUA

    : Staple and Fancy may each! and all be as pleasant andas frfmily constitutes a fine fishing force I one of our societies. In a brief BE IT KN WN. that'beforu me, the MAS ,EY & WAULOW

    enjoyable as this one. and it l isi supposed they will cast their ]message let me mention three ways undersigned officer duly authorized to
    The watermelon meeting fortunes with the seine. I'1 Lhat strong drink destroys. Nothing take acknowledgments of de..dH. iifrsonnlly ATTORNEYS, AND COUNSELLOR'

    : GROCERIES I: last week was interfered growers with by a The new railroad is not yet in sight new but our minds sometimes need one appeared of the AHTIIUK subscribers K 1 to>ONKC1AN. the. AT LAWPntctle .

    downpour of rain and also 'by a ban but if the Southport branch is put in to I stirred up by way of Temem-. foregoing proposed Charter of the KIsslmmef 0.. United In'818te8.ill the sue Court tofor of the th*fltal.i> lorida and Kail-of

    quet given by the K. 'or P. lodge but 'operation it will be sufficiently near and acknow Holt lodcred Club to that me he well subscribed known road CommlMlon. and th. Intonuu l.m: _
    Strong drink destroys externally.
    there were enough present to hold an for all our purposes. and executed the same for the uses Cwnmisskn!
    : 'Free all Parts InformaL meeting and it was fully decided Mrs. Seaver to be enjo- The drunkard's h me-house needing and purposes I therein expressed. 1-H CHABLEBTOK 81.1>0. ORLANDO. FLA.
    Delivery that a large would be appears paint and many other repairs IN W1TNK8S: WHERBOK, I have HI )'rCoun
    acreage i ing good health 'and not seriously inconvenienced I bare floors inside hereunto set hand nnd official '
    1 -scant furnishing my seal
    : :; of tbe City planted here this spring and it was I by the cold weather.We general dilapidated look. The drunkard's .' at Kldslmmee. In the County of Uscnola NDREV\ JOHNSON .,
    also practically agreed that the growers : have just and tate of. Florida, this Kth day of
    would themselves intoan enjoyed some fine farnily clothing needed food October. A. l>. 1813.
    organization organize to sell and market [oranges their flavor is delicious. All eeded, medicine needed and so many (Seal) B. 1'.. 8TITTB. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L &w
    , .. Notary Public State of "Florida.
    this bosh about the .
    - green being ther be
    the crop along ]lines similar to the orange things they cannot even My commission. . expire 12th' May, 1117.8TATR . Will. Practice in all Courts .
    : A popular try sting place citrus fruit ''exchange.. This meansa unhealthy is a piece of nonsense;; spoken of. The drunkard himself State and Federal

    .i great deal for Apopka and will we eat them constantly; the acid appears I loodshot eyes, puffy mouth evasive OF FLORIDA Office adjoining "

    help to bring hei>prominently beforethe' to be the very thing" needed tp I look shuffling walk general shabby COUNTY OK O8CKOL.AUK Citizens Bank KisBimmeeUKRY Broadway

    outside world. I produce a _wholesome appetite .and i Ippearance. These are a few of the .._ ,._IT. _KNOWN' that. before? me. .the

    Everybody here is in favor of the I good sound sleep. Eaten before retiring -' ways liquor destroys 'externally. A under uriutrsipcneu the law oincer of said auiy State" authorized to admin (

    bond issue for brick roads as it means at night thy quiet the mind and million homes are already that faralong. .later oaths personally appeared AR. 1 S. KING _

    enhanced values to real! estate and: before breakfast In the morning serveas THUR )0;. UOJ4EUAN.: to m. well known. .1. ARCHITECT
    better markets for. a splendid tonic. Of course like Strong drink destroys Internally.It who being duly .sworn upon oath. says ;
    our produce, a that he Is one of the
    subscribers to
    saving of horseflesh and better conditions ' everything else that we use inwardlyand hinders digestion until the system foregoing!: proposed charter of the KIsImmce the- Orlando, Florida.

    ) in every way. ARGUS.: outwardly their unreasonable is largely Starved even,if food is Uolf Club and' that It Is his Room 16 a
    use is injurious but we claim that in abundance. It hinders circulation Intention. and the IntOilton of the other Watkins Block
    I when used with are subscribers thereto to carry out In .40-fimp
    ,. reason they "as until the victim Is largely self-poison good faith the purpose and object ,
    wholesome as the ripe orange. ed. It paralyzes the nerves until they set forth therein. "

    El II-Cobb's MainlandOn The question WhO eat the goat is cannot be depended upon to do their Subscribed ARTHUR E. DONI3QAN.

    II I still open.* There has been a few great work 'of regulating the ever- me this 8tM and day sworn x>f to October.before TjX II. JENKINS

    guesses on the subject but nothingof changing needs of the body. It hard- A. D. 1913. "

    a reliable nature has yet ,ben pre- ens the brain until right thinking becomes (Seal) li. L. STUTR SURVEYOR
    Saturday the Patriarch and his sented. impossible.. These are a few Notary Public State at larire.
    '... home force My commission expire It May, 1917.
    caught twenty dollars
    of the
    The ways liquor destroys internally :
    recen legislature in
    -. 42Et2VOTICK
    _-_ 0() worth of fish, starting from homeat the ducks has caused the duck hunt- and is worse than what' it does exter. Fraternity Halt Kiasiinine, FIaO .
    .I about 8 o'clock a. m. and returning ers to protest loudly it does nail)'. OF APPLICATION TO APPLY
    & Our meat: market, because to at 2 Pjm. and sold the fish at Rosa- look absurd. Rex has; been on the But worst of all. strong drink destroys FOIl CHAHTKIU

    : many arrange for their meet lietnesame evening. Thero was a route between Lake Winder and Cocoa eternally TO WHOM[ IT MAT CONCERN: No. < +HUOOo.oOOOOOOOH "j
    : proposition to make another haul, or and in passingthrough the Indian It Is the direct foe of God the foe tl.cwli.he.r'.b>r 'ven' by the underslifneO 000000+
    r her*I IWE lI to use the fisherman's phraseology, river there of Heaven the foe'of our eternal happiness VVV James lntenV >n to apply to the Hon .
    appeared to be enough of W. Perkins Judge of
    a "strike but aa the crew had not these birds to furnish the nation. The It has the strange power of Circuit Court of *he Seventh Judicial the Dann & Dann

    I : been accustomed to the work during little black duck appears the most numerous rousing the evil in ..people's natures Circuit for O.f-ola of the.. State of Florida In and .
    the present! year, they concluded to lay and them into County on -
    leading doing
    and the sportsman will have November. A. D. 1913. at DeLand.MorIda Grocery
    4 by for the day. This catch includeda I to give them another name. Several deeds. Then they 'are shut away or wherever the said Court may be- Company

    '. will'be' ..pleased to t arrange twenty-pound mud fish which-i as years ago there was a game called in prisons or executed. In but few on tor said date, for the Incorporation. not "
    .. a rule considered pretty fair ,eating, nine pins and a law carses do they: reform bui pass away the profit K1SSIMMEE of a social club to bo named Broadway-
    was passed by OOLF .
    : best CLUB .
    with'.you for the cuts but> as wt had an abundance of Kl
    the into
    j eternity These
    the insistence of some of the straight unprepared. area slmmer. Florida, the purpose of which
    : of meat either'1 1''by: phone1 or at finny tribe for that purpose concluded jackets prohibiting the playing of the' few of the ways liquor destroys I.''t to promote social Intercourse among; Operate the
    to fry out the oil and feed the flesh game. The eternally and is its most deadly work. member under a proposed Charter Cleanest Store .
    legal fraternity- which
    I I.
    ? our counter. This is' a' '-rendezvous to the dogs; this oil is said to be a I'that, one more pin be added suggested and the How dreadful to be'destroyed: externally I Clerk of now the on Circuit file In Court the office In and of the for i and Sell the Freshest Groceries

    correct weather gauge equal: If not I be internally,. eternally. .] Said Osceola County
    name '
    changed to ten which Df
    ,4 'i' for meat for those who superior to an ordinary barometer. made a better and at pins the, With Christian citizenship greets WITNESS the name of the laid iub- ( Any House in Ki.limmeeOOOtt.OOOt. r
    same scriber
    game this 9th
    I day of
    During a continuance 'of October.. A. D.
    dry weather time defeated Ings. I VI S.
    about the kind it is the spirit of the law. .....
    I4 are particular perfectly clear but approaching Will save ray stock of news for the Rev. G. V. Albert on', -< HAHRY A. HUNTER .O.OtO..o.RoF. .
    :. rain causes it to be apparently clogged next State Citizenship Supt. P. A. VANS AGNEW
    ' I Ifcey eat with 'v. R. HARRIS
    floating materials. Thus with S. DeLand Fla. JOHN D. CLARK'
    rattlesnake and mudfish oil in the NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC., R. W MEIKLEJON.

    : k , and house gauge to use the we weather can ease without the pain i Beginning December. lit, 1913, the '- WORK IN DISGUISE 42.6t PARKER "

    use of barometer liniment.. the scale of wages of carpenters in.Kis "Mike," said Plodding Pete, accord TilE EDITOR SQUARES HIMSELF

    t HULL BASS MARKET Our democratic' rooster watches the simmee will b. 49 cst per. hew, and ing to -Washington Star,"''what We wish to apologize to Mrs. Orlando H TAILOR ;
    would do if "
    ,lahermen with keen.interest but their for aj.pentera'apprentfC'el you you was rich? Overlook the William
    30 cents says (N.
    ofI'd lead a life of
    allure to bring him ease replied D.) Item. In
    a' supply of minnows per hour. our last week we

    ORDIA' BAS disapproval and .tadpolea and meets he with-ruffles his entire his- By order of the Carpenter. and Joiners Meanderbll'Mlke."No, you wouldn't: You'd be. playin' Big had a" heading The Word: 'Mrs. Overlook's 1 1' Dtrlintton Are.
    we ought to
    4 Managcflr. feathers and looks fiercely at them Union No. 1859. polft or golf or takin( physical culture. 1 have used is a French word pronounced I
    Let well enough alone. (
    their A
    on return If life of the
    as to. that 'J. lame but
    say he W. ZEIGLEE- ain't nothin' l way spelled fete. It. '
    ease but
    would not allow his wives to furnish work in dis : means a Celebration 'I
    4-6t Recording SeeJ'1ltart.if guise." and is consid Advertising In tfee Valley: Gazette.
    4: i I/.f/ f4 ""' ''' ., (. ; tJ I.'II!"" f', I :*\:""* 'f( '- ered a very tony word. I alwmy produces result. '
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    FRIDAY ",
    NOVEMBER 7, 1913


    PAGE If, V':'

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    GOOD ROADS in'your mind-cities where I. ------r-
    V V everything IV riHtllT COtilT, fTATH OK FLORIDA with the Company. The authorise

    FOR seemft. to go with a vim and V a snap,] 8. KVTH! JljDK,IAI. ('IHCUIY capital stock may b* Issued. and pal*

    LADIES PREVENT. DISEASE where the-characteristic' business tone , : osi.ouA.! .: tofvr' such for at terms such and time conditions or times aa, the and Board upon V 4C'

    0 is cheerful and where everybody i I!> ('HtNCKKl.Jella of Directors may determine; and the .

    : V boosts and nobody knocks./ i Rob....... Co;;;l.lese<, ..... B."- time capital to time stock, beyond"the may be increased amount stated.troop
    : Gun Metal i Me Roberts. Drfesdaali HI"....... In manner provided by law. .
    j Button Boots BY TUB REMOVAL OF TRASH This Is the. kind of town to tie to. It appi'nrlnir. .by affidavit appended ARTICLE IV. :

    AND Such cities have real foundations for to the bill niell\ In the above-ata.ted The corporation shall exist nerpatu
    WEEDS, WHICH ARE V $3.00, 3.50, 4.00 4.50 BREEDING their growth, otherwise they would. ant therein nam..dl I'a a nonresident of .
    and 5.00 PLAcES FOR not continue the state of Florida, and Is a resident ARTICLH V. '
    ,.. growing.! or Klnlaw State of Qeorala, ever the The Charter of this Corporation may

    all sizes MOSQUITOES. -Civic spirit of the most valuable ate. of twenty-on, years; It !. therefore be amended from time to time as provided .
    ordered by'la. b.r@.tterenact.
    that said nonrvstdent defend new or
    assets that any city can have. : ant be and he la hereby required to appear ed, and hay.- publl.hed due noUceth..or. :
    In the to the bill of complaint filed in and have otherwisecomplied]
    Gun; Metal shoes -v Few persona, on first thought, would first place, the existence of aid rattan on or before ,Monday the with the Statute 'In such case made end
    ) .are the<. 1HI8.' other provided,
    for general any connection' between wise the allegations of said bill will be ARTICLE VI
    wear and are made of the good roada and good health.. Yet the the town 1s ,a good one. And, i in the taken as confessed by said defendant. The business of this Corporation.. '41.. ,
    best leather It Is further ordered that this order otherwise provIded. shall be con
    produced. State Board of.Health of Kansas nays second' place, newcomers like to casttheir' be published oncej a week for four con ducted by a President a 1st Vice Pres'
    lots with communities that 'believe : Hocutlve weeks In the Kissimmee Val. ident a Id VIe. President a Secretaryand
    that good roads, can and will prevent ley Gazette, a' newspaper published In a Treasurer; and a Board of Directors ,."
    disease. in themselves and show this be. aid County and State consisting of not less than thre.
    Red Shoes for Children How By the removal of lief in I This November tth. 1513. (3)) nor more than' seven (7) members;
    weeds and trash. Weeds and trash 8IIcta decided way 'that its (Heal) J. L. tiVKHHTRKKT the number of Directors to be fixed by V
    the stock-holders In the by-laws, fromtime
    genuineness cannot for be Clerk Circuit Court. "
    a moment
    prevent the prompt of Hv to time. The same "
    evaporation JAMBS Jit JOHNMTUN.( person may
    doubted.-Industlal Index. lit I). ( hold two or more offices. The follow. -
    ground ater. IK:I UK; It, Deputy Clerk. '
    Cone aDd! See! \ This makes Weal I Solicitor for Complainant. lag named persons shall be the officers) '
    It's a pleasure U slow breeding spots, for to) conduct the business of the Company
    tor goods.V mosquitoes flies .
    CATTLE IV < .tl.t If the officers who shall be electee!
    t V INDUSTRY IN (V4>l HI, "1'.40'1'W Or Fl OHII V VV
    and other insects, which'are known as I ).V MtOIKMII" JII>I4I\I. ('''.- at the first election of officers of said
    disease carriers I FLORIDA FOR TEN YEARS till', 0":0'.40 .0'NT", '* Company shall be qualified: ' mention chinch IN 'UAJIot.'RIU'', C M W. THURMAN President 'I'
    Button-Harris bugs hoppers and other That Florida is destined to becomethe \V H. MAKINSON. 1st Vice Presidctti ,
    Co.FOOT insects whichare VV V
    1s greatest cattle raising state east 1 C. .... ltothr.-k.. < omplnlaaM; \.. I). I.. H. <). HK1VKH.: Secretary.: ,( V
    crop destroyers. Furthermore It I). IMRTKR, Treasurer
    an I iSle Bad Mary J. \\ r d .sad 4', tie )
    undergrowth of of the Mississippi is a fact that gains Ward, bee hu.b.Bil. 11..41...., Kurerlimure and the following Directors) i
    weeds invites the I of LI.... H W THURMAN.
    __________-_ credence by those who have studied :\v. H. MAKIN8ON. It
    _- _______ dumping of garbage and manure byoff I It appi-nrlnif by affidavit appended )t. > Hng concealment conditions, and .a 'brlef'review of a to the bill filed In the aboe-.tatedrnuaa It. D. )>')jCTEIt.
    Of which
    fact 'V
    few statistics 'i that D L.. Itlce. one of the de- n. H. THURMAN.
    show the ,
    careless and thoughtless people are ? rapid I fcnduntB therein .named Is a nonr..ald..t .. The annual meeting; of the Stockholders '
    growth of the cattle of the Htattr uf Klorlda. and Is a :
    industry in the shall be on the second Tuesday ,
    prone to take advantage, thus Inc'r"sIng resident of Wajtilngion D. C. over the In February of each ..
    : the of insect last ten years. IIKU of twenty-one years; It Is there- with the year 11I14, at which beginning meeting; 4.Vt .
    facility breeding and '
    .n.: IL WRGNER ISllllllOEV $ GEHCY providing these inject carriers with Climate as an asset has never been rUI' ordered bu and ilintiaa.ld I. hereby nonr required
    V . material for adequately, valued: by the live stock to the bill-of complaint llled In naldlAune elected by the Directors a. soon a* ,
    ... proper disease transmission. I on or bufure Monday/ the 1st day practicable after the Stock-holders'
    ; Good roads also raisers of the United States. .Florida of December A I). 1K18 otherwIse the ,
    Successor Arthur prevent diseaseby allegations of said bill will be takenas meetingARTICLES Vlr.
    E. unlimited this possesses possibilities :
    Agency providing good drainage. Many confessed by said defendant.It Bald Corporation shall adopt an appropriate
    Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank line. I* further ordered that this order seal and shall adopt by.I.......
    Building. farms have "
    Phone 246 no means of drainage except With excellent be published once a. week for four consecutive -. for the government of Its affairs not- .t fl
    transportation facilities weeks In the Kissimmee Valley
    by ditches along roadways. Open with Its Articles 6f Incorporation
    both rail and water l located in tjasette, a. newspaper published In and the Laws of the Stat. of
    General Insurance ditches, 'clear of brush and debris, with said County and State. Florida which by-laws may be amend '
    Business representing the strongest and most close proximity to the best markets of! This November 5th 1911.V ed or repealed by the Board of Director, ***>- ;
    Reliable companies. hardened surface and proper fall, afford the world the opportunities : Seal) J. U OVKHHTHKKT as may b. provided In said bylaws.ARTICLE ..
    presentedwill Clerk Circuit Court
    : VIII.
    these farms the
    opportunity of i I fcy JAMES M .
    not be long neglected. The highest\ amounnt of Indebtednessor
    We will continue the Buninem of the Arthur E. Done ridding themselves of the many stag D (J" JOEH. Deputy Clerk liability to which this Corporation
    Agency Cattle and be and beIng Solicitor for Complainant 46-4t
    are can at any time subject Itself sball

    without change-Your patronage! i III respectfully solicited. proper nant pools.road grading The removal, surface of hardeningand weeds grown in Florida under the most i'I' aoi'jcic. V 00000)be ONE DOLLARS HUNDRED. THOUSAND ($10'..' ..

    favorable conditions at tho least expense Take notice that I will on the 2nd ARTICLE IX. x V ,
    oiling, insures prompt drainage : day of December. ISIS or a. soon. thereafter The names and residences of the ,
    and closer
    to remunerative
    of all mar- I a. I may be heard apply for a subscribing Incorporators. together ( '.- t
    > pool, ditch and surface water I .
    with the number of ahar.of
    kets than in any other part of the i I pardon for Johnson 'Williams who was : '
    $ $ $ removing the possibility of insect convicted at the Fall term of the CI,. capital stock subscribed for V etc.
    $ IiS59 North. American continent. cult Court for Onoeola county, Klorlda by each are as follows: ,,V
    breeders, for none can multiply with- Florida is essentially'an ] In 1811 of assault to commit murder H W. THURMAN. KI..lmm, 10J'4 /a: V
    agricul- Ida, 120 shares 'Slab.

    ,. RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME 'out moisture. Road oiling in itselfis ural state. Her future depends large, on Anyone the merits deslrlnK of the may application.WILLIAM then be .heard W.. 10 B.shares MAKINSON.; Kissimmee. FlorIda f.' : [ for

    As' other interest prevent my living there. I offer for sale my destructive. of insect larvae, especially ly upon the intelligent developmentof I 46-t Attorney C. IOlJJES.for 1'.Utloner.I H. O. SE1VER; Kissimmee, Florid r' '.'

    place on Fish Lake four and half miles from Kissimmee mosquitoes well known fact agricultural Her 150 shares' .
    ,* and equi- her resources. > R. D. PORTER, Kissimmee Florida '
    Dry roads offer pedestrians and notably :
    diitant from St. Cloud. I 10 shares: ta,5
    timber, muck, prairie and other wetlands I 1KHH I'ATKNT AM IMOIt-
    I) H. THURMAN. Kissimmee, Fl.Ida ?-
    m;. property comprises over 20 acres of good land and has children who are compelled to are of great adaptability while I ruUATION. 10 sliarrB. V
    walk to and from school dry shoes IN WITNESS WHEREOF We bay. . 1
    660 feet on the lake (front. Excellent fishing. her climate is unexcelled. Upon her I NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN That hereunto set our hands on this tbei "
    The land is half fruit and and feet. While colds are due to specific the undersigned! Intend to apply to the fth day October, A. I). ilL :
    balance muck. Has vast '
    house almostnew
    I great agricultural resources :MloM-rnor( of the State of Florida on the II. W. THURMAN.V. .

    story and a half 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two wells, germs, yet is is ,a well known ; herds of cattle hogs and sheep may ,1 Ifith (ilL? of November A. I). 1013. the for \ 11 MAKINSON.: :'
    tact that wet feet and chilled Incorporating H. U. BE1VKK.It. .
    (one of these is flowing) of( fine artesian water, good out-buildings I subsist the year round at nominal cost. 'IMM30LA CONSTRUCTION & MKVKL-: DAVID I'ORTER It ,. p
    limbs lower the resistance of individ. OI'JNU COMPANY, under the following. 1) 1L THURMAN. .1
    barns and chicken runs. I Hence, Florida is already a great 1 proponed Charter and Articles of Incorporation -

    (County road .nd A. C. L. Railroad run through south end of lot uals and makq them more favorable I beef-producing state, and the hog In. I|' a copy of which ha. been S'tat. of FLORIDA) '4as
    of the of
    subjects for infections of the respiratory tiled In the Ofnco Secretary : V
    with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. dustry is steadily developing. At State, of the State of Florida. County'of OSCKOLA: ) V 1

    V Cloud. Title. to property perfect Price very'rea.onable and terms passages, including pneumoniaand county fairs as fine cattle, hogs and ARTICLES OF INCOIU'OUATION AND Undersigned Ho IT KNOWN.Notary That Public before In and me. the forth ,

    given if desired. Apply: to J.;.W. PrentU. Box 196. Kissimrnee. Fla. disease'setting Good an.example roads prevent to adjoining sheep are exhibited as can be raisedin I I'HOI'OHKD CUNHTHUCTION C1IAHTBK' OH TUBOSPKOLA & V State appeared of Florida H W. Large, personally W. H. J' fj '" ,
    37tf any state.-Homesceker. I 1)J V.I..oPJNO COMPANY. MAKINSON. II. (1.4lflVHlt. R I). PORTKH ; : '::4'
    farm premres. Good roads I The undersigned hereby associate and D H. THURMAN. to me well) "' ;
    $ themselves together for the purpose of known and known to me to be the individuals ; .golll '
    promote travel and set an exampleto IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS becomIng incorporated under the lawsof described in and who subscribed w'
    the farmer whose premises are. I the Stats of KlorldaAltTICLE I their names to. the foregoingproposed .
    FEVERISH CONSTIPATED V I. Charter; and each'acknowl- ..;:i
    bordered by them. The comparison I The name of this .corporation shallbe edged that he executed the same for thei .
    the 08CEOLA CONSTRUCTION ce purposes therein expressed. ::
    cor: :F.A.e: ::ER V I of a well-graded clean highway withan EVEUJPINO COMPANY, Its principal WITNESS my hand and official seaL :
    and barnyard adjoining I office and place of business shall at Kissimmee, In said County and State :
    unkempt trashy -
    -- :tNS"O'R.A.NCC: :: Look Mother! If tongu. Is coated, lie In Klaslmmve. in the County of O.- this the 16th day of October A. I). 151$. \i I.d : 'VtC
    is sufficient to stimulate every cleanse little bowel with "Cali ceola and State of Florida; and Its busl- (N. P.) ELIZABETH JOHNSTON.Seal .'
    'I businesses, may baconduCtcdelsewhere Notary Public. State of Florida t
    of peas or ( )
    Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency landowner to a clean-up. Pride com- fornia Syrup Figs. V In the State of Florida or In Commission expires Oct. "'..r..

    pels him to offer to passers-by a neat ': other States and Countries through offices 19, 11I11. ..II '
    branches agencIes or otherwise JOHNSTON A OAURETT. V ;,
    State Bank Building
    and attractive house and convenient, .. e-
    " appearing as may be. necessary' or Attorneys for Inoorporators.NOTICR '
    Mothers can rest easy after giving ARTICLE: n. V toin
    barnyard. Results are only too ob "Call orDt& Syrup of Figs." because in The general nature of the business.or 01" APPLICATION FOR VAX

    vious. Good roads are active disease a few hours all the Clogged-up -waste businesses to be transacted by the. V I)1cKD'I DKH: SECTION RT4 AND .-
    aside from their our bile and fermenting food gentlymoves said Company Is as follows:otherwise arts C.KMCUAI. KTATliTKH WF1T1IK "
    prevention, agencies, To acquire. by purchase or MI'A'IK OK K1.OHIUA.
    out of the bowels and you have own, hold buy sell convey exchange, Notice la hereby given V that Minnie 't,

    \ '" ' 'J" ;"\"' \ " financial, and.,dJnmercia, .-..-..;.(value V .' ,' .. I a well, playful child again. V V .. leant, mortgage, dispose. of, trade or Rowers and lit. A. Snyder purchasers of ,). '
    .'\\I\ < f..i dated the
    : ( N. "" ; ,.,\' &' &' "IoUI.\ 'iW Sick;children i needn't\be coaxed I to] Tax Certificate No. S74 : ;
    mixed to survayistibdIvIde* .
    } :: pjrsonal on ; July. A.. U. 1911 has filed mid ,
    d.yof 1'
    V ; ..0..0-.0-. .0..0., .0.,oQo, I.o.: ,!, _,.o..oOt.o..o., take*'this!' harmless >"f rultf laxaUve: .:!\ i p Improve and develop lands for' the, certificate In my office and has mad '
    lampa SpecialA be- of sale or otherwise; and to ' ,
    .0.' ,.0- Millions of mothers keep handy purposes : for application for tax deed to Issue In -- <'
    all things needful '
    cause they know its action on the do and perform cordance with law. Said certificate em
    .0.0. and .
    > the development. Improvement braces the following described prop rtv '
    NEW TRAIN BETWEEN TAMPA AND JACKSONVILLEVia ..0.o. stomach liver and bowels. is promptand management of same,' for residence situated In Osceola C "nt1J Ylor- also '
    V I business to carry on and enI -
    trade or ; .
    V . + .o..o.o ..o.o..o..o..o.. e + .o. Ask sure. druggist for a BO-cent bottle .- I tertaln any business undertaking; transaction Ida towitsVLOt number Nineteen (11) of Block on C VV
    or operation commonly carried T..0-lIun4r..d-IIct..en (SIS) of the TPWBJof newV
    "There is one thing about our people of "California. Syrup of Figs which, on or undertaken by promoter, invest St. Cloud Florida.. The said lot being '
    Line contains directions for babies' childrenof tors financiers contractors merchants, assessed at the date of Issuance of
    Atlantic Co st
    that has impressed me disagreeably all ages and for grown-ups. I I commission. men and aarenta. and In,the. such certificate In the .name of UN- iofVhr.
    business or
    of such shallbe
    I course Unless said cortlfioate
    VV ----- VV.V -,--- '.-- and that is this: They are not -Adv. to draw, accept endorse acquire and KNOWN.redeemed according law, tax doeit .. '

    Effective November 3rd. proud enough of their own town. sell or own any tteirotlBble or transfer-Inolud will Issue thereon on the 17th dsjr of S tbsp '
    I I..blt. Instruments and sureties November, A. D 1913.Vitness .
    .1 f -- V V many of them not only fail to boo ,t DID THE ROMANS SMOKE* inx debentures, bonds notes and bill. my hand and official seal : hr.
    No 92' : Daily No. 91. Isa 1 of exchanice, to establish construct at Klsslmme Klorlda ,this 14th.> S ,
    ,, _ -. ._.. .--' .-- -they actually knock. Now, this "Why is it that smoking never crept I operate and conduct manufacturing; day of October CltYb. 1 11. 'with

    V 123OPoM.Lv.H. TAMPA Ar... 400PM.:()( 7" very distressing state of into Roman literature?" I have asked.To I' i IJI"nt.IK pavingblocks for tha purpose of wood of or manufacture any other ((Ct Seal Ct.)) J.Clerk U OVER Circuit STRE-Cottrt 1 Sdo- 5 ( V

    .. LAKELAND V .. 3:02 me. We have in /eality a splendid which a correspondent answers thatit material to establish construct optrato 4S-U Osceola County. Florida. $ V
    I 1:30 V .. mills, shlngl
    and conduct saw
    I I -d '
    1:06 "' ,. PLANT CITY 3:22: city- ne of the finest in the South. has crept. It is mentioned by PlinyN. millS, novelty works, turpentine farm. AN ORDINANCE con'

    V : " '0 V to 1 1:48. Why can't we all realize this and talk xxvl .6-16)). lie records the I and stills, hotels electric lightIng; and a ** .'
    ( ;: for1"
    2:43 .. "' power plants, water works exchanges .......Irt.g All De a l. KlMlsaasee) Cit? *
    " .. to 1 1:19 I up for the town instead of running it use of coltsfoot for smoking, and recommends -i I and systems, tram' ways, log: roads, <. be MjiBSlea.Be V ..
    3:13 I .. and draining plants and ayaterns V
    3:55 " to SANFORD 12:3e. down'Z"These V smoking the dried roots ', dicdtfJnif, sewerage plants and aystvinB, It flrsalsed by the. Cenaell .C KlswImmee ;S

    5 52 .. to PALATKA I 10:35 A. M. plain words were uttered at' and leaves of this plant as a remedyfor and, to lumber manufacture paving and materials deal In blUld-crosstieS Section 1.U-; That from ... after tberpassage
    : " JACKSONVILLEBROILER V Lv, 9:00:()() A. M. a meeting of the board of trade of a obstinate colds and coughs. From I InK materials and naval stores of all and approval of of any tlai.O..dJnaD dogs found*, V 7 their "
    7:30 kinds; to carry on the trade of general the owner or owners
    TRAINS ( BUFFET CARS COACHES prominent Southern city a few even- this the botanic name of the coltsfoot dealers In merchandise. and supplies of running at large without muscle eonvlctlonp lsKlsslmmt >> ,stan-.

    V ,SOLID be made at t stations shown above. ings ago. The speaker was a leading (tussiluko), which means "cough- I all build* nb .y.o Bull the, eOulp co-operative; operate and plan own; to be fined not City exceeding shall upon Ten Dollars.tb.streetS .. satire.V'

    Stops .will only m/crchant/ of the ''C t).. What- he said, easer," has been derived. British 'steam ships ateam boats, sailing\ vesHtls. Sec. S. Any dogs shall found Immediatelybe upon i
    dredges, motor launches, powerboats of the City : tar
    For information and reservations call on he felt very deeply. The occasion wasa boys who have neither coughs nor and other boats and property toIn Impounded by the marshal and the If, Sicre-

    , J. G. Kirkl.nd' D. P. A., Phone 132, H.lbboro Hotel, Tampa Fla. good one for such heart-to-heart colds still smoke coltsfoot surreptL\ used or In navKatlon such business, and, to trade constructand commerce owner the owner or owners or owners notified cannot of .same.It.&. ." moat

    T. C. White G. P. A. was that canals, sea walls, piers It .hall be the duty of the marshal to- '
    W. J. Craig i F. T. Wilmington[ N. C., talks. The omy objection tiously and find that it makes them docks operate wharves, warehouses and terminals kill the
    the town-knockers were absent and satisfactorily sick.-London, Chronicle. In connection with such buslni period of two days. <-
    I Read: first and second time by IxIIV'imous lands
    conduct general real estate a
    to a
    words- '
    .. _.. . ..._ ould not hear these earnest MS; consent and passed In open session homevla '
    business, and to act a.a".nt
    _V__ ___________ ___ __ _V V such people as a.rule do not attend BAD COMPANYA I and brokerage and broker or Attorneylnfactfor of the' Council this the 7th .day. .t ... It isr '
    or persons llrms or corporations Oct., A D. 1911.
    any '
    the meetings! of their commercial with a bad cut in his head In buying, aelllngpledging, Approved this 7th day of October. A., , $ until t'
    citizens meet negro and dealing In real or personal property n. un, .1 section 'i
    bodies when progressive came to a doctor says Lippincott's.The or. Its accessories; to engage In JAMES W. t.t1iEuwyir.. ,ip* that "VS
    for the common good.It doctor fixed him up. and as the the general Contracting for and bulldJnll" ;J. EMORY Pro-tens. ofdol.i;' '

    "j VF is rather remarkable, almost man was about to depart the phy..l.cian paving' of dwellings of streets and and business sidewalks houses; con- Attest J. :R. GILBERT,President Clerk 4I-it.. :rce| ag-. '.:
    Irish the different qualities of said: struction of jetties and manufacturing
    amazing, "That's a pretty bad cut in your of all materials needed for the con- NOTiCe OK AD I"U'TRATOIL! IcountyV !
    V town-spirit right here in the Southeast head Henry. Why don't you profit duct of such business, or businesses;i 5., F'..' l> ....*...... :;
    in our sec lesson and out of bad to pursue any and all other businesses i IN COVRT OK COUNTV JllLtUB. .TATKOK :llcr !. '
    ? . The average city by this keep and any and all other acts and FLORIDA. OSCEOLA COUNTY. 4>attkia5

    F I Do You Want Heavy Yields of Irish Potatoes. tion, nowadays, is. 'wideawake and company"Well in I'd the like future to. doctor," replied other things,powers and to whloh exercise may any be necessary and all i ! l eta
    prospering and its people believe' in it., "but Iein't mon- expedient or convenient, In connection Notice Is hereby given to. all whom V ,...Up'klilc -; ,,"
    sadly, got no ,
    Henry therewith lu addition to the I for
    or that on the JOth dayof 0
    Fertilise Right! Very few of them are actually at a ey to get er divorce. you see." V busineSs or businesses heretofore specified It. may concern A. flV 1911, I shall' applyto [del;.: aDd .
    and the majority of -- which a natural person and a corporation R.eeci'l'ota; i. T. M. Murphy. Juagei. i V
    ... S standstill, even ;(;rir: <'i': OK MIIKHIKVS: lIu,.:. of this charac tr may lawfullydo of said Court. as Judge of pro at.. fe>r .Jo-la,
    those lacking in town-spirit are, in I and exercise; and. to da any and all my final discharge as 'Administratrix *d plentv- {t't'b,1reeoydt5
    I TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: of the businesses or things" beforemen- of the estate of George IL Iv.,.. deceased : of
    ManureW. reality, making steady progress: Notice l hi hereby given that by vIrtue honed. either alone or In combination., ; and that at the same time 1 will TwhA da1Itlon
    Ideal Potato The average city in the Southeasthas of an execution issued out of' the It Is the Intention that all the objects. present to said Court my final aocouBte '
    I County Court or Osceola County State, and powers specified and clauses con a. Administratrix. of said estate and. con- :
    V town-spirit a plenty. Some of of F'lorldland to me directed and dellpred tained. In this paragraph shall except ask for their approval ''t ll.a1wa7uerk'a.of. V 1j
    such jubilance I have levied\ upon and will where otherwise expressed In said paragraph DELLA rVBT. '.
    Potato Special them are characterized by durlnir the legal be no-wlss limited or restricted n.1 mollmo.p4 Administratrix. ,; S
    Hastings ell at public outcry .
    T's. *
    & to or Inference from '
    unbounded by Inference a/sr qus-
    such optimism such hour. of Hale at the front door of the
    the terms of any other clause of this NOTICE! OK ADMINISTRATOR ' '
    of said County. In Kissimmee >;J "i.
    faith in their community that the CourtHouse, Florida, on the lit day of December. . or any other. paragraph of this Charter ...., FlMl Dleeaerae.IN ,,
    Theseare all the rUht. title, Interest .' ; but that the objeCts and powersspecifled qusFirmaUon
    A. I) 1913. '
    visitor is profoundly impressed. of the clauses of thss
    GIveBah1t1Cr0Ps : and claim (It W. F Barber In and In each Independent '- THK COURT OK COUNTT JUIMJsT08CKOLA I V
    regarded as
    growing faster real estate, paragraph shall be alArM V ,
    the cities that are to the following described COUNTY.
    State 01Florid. objects and powers .. -U V'
    Osceola County. OK ,FLORIDA.
    continueto situate In ipttlsltlMrsoiu'per
    'neighbors and will ARTICLE) III
    than their
    Send!:: for our Booklet'entitled "Irish Potatoes. faater. As you read this, you The..Bouth-west: quarter 18W,",) ol The shall amount be FIFTY of Capital THOUSAND. Stock author-(S&0.. 1st re Estate ef WOO.... 5. Chasidleiw ,'
    grow lied forgieaInJ. -
    (NW ) of action idly
    thistssffsnat the North-west quarter % DOLLARS divided Into Ylv.Hundr..d Notice I. hereby given to all whee .
    no doubt have a few cities like three ((3), and all the North-tail 000.00) (600) shares Of the par value It man concern thjtt' on the tth day e f ...'
    V quarter (NK>4) of section four (4)) ex.' DOLLARS January A. D. 1914 I shall apply to- raUlOII4
    ,-' cept the North-half (Ntt of the North-, of or all, ofsald capitalstock the Honorable T. -Murphy.. Judge of*
    V FERTILIZER CO.. half (NV4). of -North-welt quartet, each. Any be part payable. either In cash or said .Court, as Judge of Probate for countr,tousnds
    WILSON &l: TOOMER (NW%) of said North-east quartet may labor or services at a Just my nnal discharge ... Administrator' 'Qf
    NEW ). all In Townahlp twenty-nv I In property. of the estate of William a' Chancier.deceased :., ,.
    .. ( valuation to be ilxed'bY the ilicorperaters. )Qn\T'a
    l FLA. : V (10) eaat. time 1.
    JACKSONVILLE, (25) south Range Directors at a meeting ; and that at the same/
    \ Said real e.tat."be'ng aold to satisfy or by the : and the will present to said Court my final accounts , ,;!rur:1II
    such ;
    called for purpose
    V Judgment obtained In said County DIrectors. .. Administrator of soldestate.., : :? \
    Co. Incorporators or '
    Waters & Carson Grocery ...._ _J? IUS FS v.c.'Jftrt.SHJ cWt by 0.. W. Bass against W. F. Judgment as of to such the value of such property and ask for tbelr approvaL ,"': :r '
    Local Agent, % 8 ... .&:!*". Barber labor or services shall In the absence Dated June 11. A..p.. 1911. '.. _
    )&MiS* .A...... pl..a Dated this 7th day of November A.I of fraud be conclusive upon tbe.tqckbold.r. W. W. CHANDLER. , ., 'L

    I V _._D1lLGlSiS__IIa-.A.iloI-LbTWlUJt !...4tU, > *-x- t.. .f*. nraRAie. sheriff. . and all parties dealing S4-1 mo I mo Administrate?;j jV .' ..

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