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: July 3, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00653
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: SAYS SLAUGHTER PEN WOULD Ii VISITING COMMITTEE INSTRUCT.ED TO BE EQUIPPED WITH MTEst:

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".,.', INDUSTRIES. ASSOCIATION AND ITS AIM EIGHTY-FIVE PEOPLE.A .

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Renewed discussion of the movement 4440440440444404440 big modern citrus; packing home ;
..r to establish a slaughter pen and pack .
.11. ing house in Osceola Cutyhall! ,, followed Illillill TENNY ASKS SQUARE 0 for Kiisimmee. l
"' -- the publication in The Valley ,, ) IIILI Illlllf l ii ll Illll IIIIII( IlNll lll 111 I II ; DEAL FOR SHIPPERS Sound good, doein't ill And it is

,,-v, .azette last week of a letter from W. -, .-* y 00 000 to be an'actual fact by the .time the

;Jiahmen, who discourages such a plan ,' Orlando.-L. S. Tenney, secretary golden fruit is ready to pick and ship
until dipping vats have been installed of Florida Growers' and -
throughout the county and the-feed Shippers' League, is in Washing- this fall.
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.; problem solved so that cattle put on ., z. ,r : ton for a conference with rail- Q Promoter of the'new enterprise met,
the market will be in better condition f I I. road officials on !fates for transportation in Kissimmee this weeE" and so .far i '

; to butcher. and pro-cooling, in the completed plans that a representativewateottoJack
Inasmuch as public attention has 1 4- interest of the Florida Growers' ";
been attracted to the matter! in this oOolI"nd.Shippers-' I.eagueHehoper. +onville-at-once-and-" "" ,

light, a representative of The Valley I. to secure the same 'advantages is now selecting: the latest and 'most
\ Gazette sought out E. L. Lesley, chair- that California shippers had improved packing house machinery for

...,. man of' the board of county commissioners Residence of J. D. Woodbeck, on Upper Broadway 1<\granted them, and it is claimed the establishment. Jacksonville OrLando <
and one of the largest cattle that t
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owners in the county, and asked for an -- 4 handle pre-cooled cars at a small- capital financing w

4't opinion on the subject. Kissimmee Plays Good Game at New Ball er cost and are willing to allow project and the new enterprise twill be %
'-1. Favors Slaughter Pen. shippers a part of the saving. Orlando 4 controlled by a stock company '

'A' Mr. Lesley says that the arguments is to have the first pre- 0 The house will be built
new packing
4' against the project advanced by MrIlahman Park; Loughman Wins by Score of 7 to 2 cooling plant to be established in 4 along the Midland .railway inside.the ,

j are to a certain extent true, ._ the state. 0 city limits. A new building is .to be %'
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erected for the and is planned ,
: b* gained by establishing a slaughter The new baseball> park and grand. 4444440444404.44404 purpose
to meet demand of the modern
l -PIOn outweigh all arguments against it. stand were opened to the public for SHIP every
house It will be and
BRYAN TWO CARS packing big
FRANK The Osceola County Fruit and i t
the first time Thursday afternoon,
.>, In the first place the slaughter pen roomy, the plans. calling for,a structure ; "
Truck Growers' association is
, and packing house would serve surrounding when the Kissimmee ball team was now an .76x100 feet'In
counties as well as Osceota" given a try-out in a game organized body with its ob- t
}, '.nd would bring numerous other industries man. It was a mighty interesting ject clearly define in the constitution speaking of the new venture one s;
of the said
-,. to Kissimmee. To look at the SHOT TO DEATH game and Kissimmee has no kick to ; adopted by its members at a meeting "The promoters house will be ono ',i
new packing >>
held last Saturday afternoon.The .
make the home team beaten
S matter from this viewpoint it would though was OFBIGMELPNS0 of the largest and most, complete in
;. seem worth while that they be established by a score of 7 to 2. purpose of the organisation as this section .of the state." The .bestmachinery : 1
In the constitution -
expressed is to advance
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' :; as soon as possible and the increase This was their first appearance on 'i will be installed and 'ar--:; i
the interests of Osceola
br:; in the number of cattle raised One of the most regrettable tragedffc the diamonds a team-and it was 0 'farm range'ments made to handle! any q-..-. \
and to have feed to be that in the first O ers in securing the adoption of better .
w' preparing necessary *that has occurred in this section hardly expected tity of f ruit-WepropOse to-iuy the, (>
:Fr "for them would come as l logical re- for some time was the killing of B. F game they could beat as strong an :i0: GROWS 59-POUND MELON. methods of growing and marketing fruit right. *n Uie-trees and..expect't: \ :tto t-
'Inlts. Bryan, a former resident of Kissimmee aggregation of ball players as the I,I I'r.4 : ... ., .0. their products, to build up a .reputa keep fifty or more. packerarbusy .t'. ,
) Fine Flavored Beef. at a turpentine camp near Chu- Loughman team is conceded to be. <,!* The Valley Gazelle! last week 4 tipnYor'rodoa) handled under the association The house itself"will employ no less

J l "We have the land to grow feed on," luota last Saturday afternoon. D. W. Loughman has been on the field since ;:'* made note of a fifty-four-pound +. and honest s guarantee, to aid In fair: than twenty packers and an addition. _
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Vt aid Mr. Lesley, "and we can grow it Currier, who owns and operates a turpentine the season opened and the players do i* melon that was grown by James .1 adjustment and controversiesbetween al fifteen ,or,tweatyr handa.for othec, if" ':':<-
1 A Personally I think there is no finer I still four miles east of Chu- good team work. I|* O'Berry and was being exhibited: <0> be in members others, and action to necessary work.r't\
:1 flavored beef than that-raised on grass: luota and who employed Bryan as From appearances yesterday there < in the. office of H. M. Breaker &: 4 position of to take organized There I. no question but what'&!leJ* : ,:f
.j.. and during the' summer we have all manager of the still, has been charged are some strong players on the Kis Co. J. S. Stratton, seeing the 4 tion.on matters interest to the aa oela.- simmee needs more packing .bouse,fa., t
'. the grass necessary to care for our with the killing and is under a $15,000 simmee team, and with a little more *.notice, brought the office force of O cilities, as more fruit is being grown >
4 stock.\ When fall comes on we do not f bond. coacthing and practise the team should 4 The Valley Gazette fifty-nine- ,' Be h"'Work. at One*. in this vicinity every year. 'Osceola
.7,. 'necessarily have to have feed stored Coroner'Inquest.., M' al winner, ( They tackled a big job pound, one 'of' the Tom Watson ,- In order to start effective work,at county Is forging ahead as a citrus
/away as dod our northern friends. It The testimony,at the coroner's Inquest at the first throw and made it mighty ,* variety, just to show us he could 0 once it was agreed at this meeting section and the output of 62,000 boxes
-can ,be 'raised' here right through the I ws to the effect that the trouble Interesting for Loughman and the prow .some melons C toot It war.. that all members, and' prospective from the local market will,doubtless

J, winter and where stockmen: are doing started over the question of,whether fansJ It is safe-to say enough .aom melon. .members ,should ,be communicatedwith be,greatly increased this-rear., ,
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hat their cattle come through in fine Bryan should use the horses that asm \was aroused Jtolast.- enthull.1 4- 0 a* early as- possible and askedto vTriplett ''J
shape. We know that If we are to night. He had been'with.Currie-some Fourth;- when two more 0004000400004000000J. post! with the, secretary of the.association ..
."I' Set the beat prices for our'stock they time and stayed at his home. While scheduled between the opposing teams the amount of acreage they Resigns
1 ';\ ',)t must be fat and with the development : one fbr 10 o'clock in the morning andone S. Stratton, one of the largest anticipate putting into cultivation this .'
I of the cattle industry in the'state' own- | : (Continued on page seven.) fbr 3 p. m. growers in the county, is shipping a fall/- what amount of it is tinder irrigation As President of'
;, ,(j rrs of stock are beginning' to grow ,k. __ Game Starts Off With Bane .1 carload of fine watermelons today,, what they expect; to plant how
' ;' ouch feed-stuff necessary to put the The! game yesterday started off witha bound for the St. Louis market. !lr.\ much, etc. With information] on .;
.'('' cattle in condition; for the market. POSTOFFICERECEIPT S hank, with Loughman at the bat. Stratton shipped one carload to St.' hand and later to have regular reports Board of Trade
:-i "As for the establishment of dip-,I The first ball was hit and knocked Louis'last week also l the car contain- from each member as to the condition

s 'e' ping vats, there are already a numberin clear. outside the park fence, 'giving ing 1,100melons; averaging thirty. of his crop, the probable yield, what s. J. Triplett, president of the Kis 3s.'
operation throughout the county. five pounds apiece.. The second car time it will be ready for the market,
simmee Board of
SHOW BIG INCREASEThe Trade 'has handed
\, These are on the large ranches in nearly f(Continue page six.) contains approximately the same num etc., the association will be in a position his resignation to'the secretary of the 't

. everey case, but as most of the cattle 4434444440444444444> ber of the same size to answer queries from buyers a. board to be presented at the next
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. in the county are handled by owners I" These melons were grown on Mr; to the amount of produce that can be 13. -
4 Kissimmee postoffice receiptsfor 0- 4 meeting July
of the ranches the need for vats Stratton's farm at Finney Point, near secured at any time and to aid the '
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the fiscal year ending June 30, >0JOKE ON TilE MAYOR. >00 Kissimmee As is generally known, Mr. Triplet +
Park.
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show healthy increase over the >- >00 has recently become the editor of the
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Georgia Watson to the best
," more will be installed as they'are year, >- Everybody; is enjoying a joke varieties and beauties. While possible advantage. St. Cloud Tribune and he does, not feel :
were I
needed. "PsW--eceipts: of office for 1913 0- on the mayor this week....:.aven. the average size of those shipped wasthirtylive signified Twenty-two their intention growers have of already that he can keep in close enough touch x
Tannery Would Follow. were $12,267.7(5.( 1 4 the mayor himself pounds, Mr. Stcatton -states co-operat with the board remain f its president.We .
y "But to enumerate some of the industries Postal receipts of office for 1914 : >0When starting out for a spin *1 that l he has had a l large number this are sure that we express the ,y
we may expect to follow the were $12,643.12 4 a few nights ago the mayor either + year averaging, from forty to fifty '(Continued on page seven.) sentiment of the entire community
( : tablishment. of a slaughter pen and Money order business has increased 4 forgot to light up the rear of *11, pounds and some that would weigh when we say it I is with genuine-r.'bl;
..ticking house: steadily but this does not enter into O his car-or somebody played a I I 1 aid,.. that Mr. Triplett I Is fir" 'C1 i up: He baa tip
if "It is very reasonable to suppose the receipts of the office. 4 tirck ,on him and extinguished It0- Much of the yield from a twelveacre ATHLETICASS'N been one .Klssimme. most valued I
,that a tannery would be the first to The city mail 'deliverev inaugurated 4 later.. At any rate the car was ,i crop ban been Uisposed of in coun- citizens and it is largely due 'to his
' f .)low, as tannic acid can be secured I in March, 1914, is growing in import 4 not lighted and Marshal Tyson, i> ty markets, St. Cloud and Kissimmee influence that the board of trade baa '
from the palmetto at.so little expense I 1 ance. People have been a little slow 4 out looking for just such cases, using a large number of-melons weekly TO BE INCORPORATEDThequestionof done such effective work.. He was one
w that the business would be profitable I. to take advantage of this privilege, :4 nabbed the mayor. The mayor Local prices have been fairly good of seven men who started the board in"T
bra ?or any one engaging in it Keeping but each quarter shows a greater 4 thinks it was a fixed-up job, but >* and Mr. Stratton dqe not 1908 and the fad t"-UJu! organization
the-{ Ides at home would surely bring number of patrons Boxes for the collection 4 the evidence was plainly againut .* shipping anymore at this time.anticipate ht e-formatlon-otin was effected two-month.after he ftret: ''"
-bou"-establishment of leather" of mail'on the city service-wilt 4 his honor, so he pleaded guilty Mr. Stratton devotes his energies athletic association as a strictly business came to the city to reside indicate.. jh.apart
.austries,* rlnclp..1 l of which would be a be erected as soon as the department j* and paid his fine. chiefly to raising citrus fruit and has I proposition has been taken up by in th . -
hoe factory. Then the hair, bones, can supply the demand. In the mean- Recently Marshal Tyson has one of the most profitable in the leading business men of Kissim- For a long time Mr. Triplett, was .
utilized other factories receive mail from the Ifroves' mee and such an organization: for the chairman of the '
etc, would be by time the earners |* been anything but lenient in enforcing + the county, approximating 5,300 trees. advertising committee -
, '{t: so that no waste would exist I i houses as they serve their the traffic ,ordinance regarding He also has his own packing house, promotion of athletic events and of the board and In this capacity
, ..anywhere.Many Three city carriers are routes.//* the lighting of machines + which is large and modem The' sports of all kinds is now assured. The his work was so broad in Its scop that:,
t'a other reasons might be given All clerks in office receive and a good percentage of the auto one of the prettiest places groveis the articles of Incorporation have bee-. the state press gave him'the tile pf ,+
as argument for the slaughter pen I crease in salary with the beginning off I owners in town have been called 4 east side of Lake Tohopekaliga along and drawn up, giving such an organization "the man'whoput KlssimnM an the
,:', +and packing house but the most im- the new fiscal year. The force con-i into the mayor's court to account attracts interested visitors. :a broad field, and the personnel of the map." He is serving Us third term as
Ii, '\ portent fact is that wherever such industrlee.have vista of three clerks and assistant for their negligence and pay a With 'the many exception of melon ehipmepts !officers and stockholders is in itself president. of the board.
'-" *' been established towns postmaster. These clerks are under fine. That's why they are crow4 made by Mr. Stratton, only one an assurance of success. Application With the resignation' of Mr.Triplett. ,
industries have civil service rules. It is question of .for a charter will be made immedi J D ''Woodbeck '
liave boomed, other a 4 leg over the mayor's discomfiture 4 other carload has from the local : vice-president, will
. ;,"followed and a large population of fitness, service, passing examinations, just now. 1 market to date.gone James' O'Berry ately. This action was taken after a become ,president of the beard. Mr. I
"7- fctrlfty working people with regular and not one of preference or politics.The 4 4 shipped- a car of the Tom Watson mel- meeting ef numerous prominent citizens Woodbeck Is 'competent executive r f
f ,' of the two rural carriers also receivean at the office of the Hon. C. A. and enthusiastic '7p
\ pay rolls come to be a part com- 4 44404444404440000 4 ons to Canada last week. as to tfte future. workof
;, .tnunlty.5vr increase in salary Carson on July 1. j the board of trade \:riv

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J W. J. Sears, nominee for congress IMPORTANT -
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I Pierce today, and to deliver a Fourth ;* sloners meet Monday morning ill y
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of oration celebration in .
July at a I
II :0 the court house at 10 o'clock. .
Eau Gallie tomorrow. He left on the 0County school board meets + .. .
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I morning train yesterday, But will return .7 '
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board on Tuesday. t I,*' 'City, council meets Tuesday + :t ,,,,.,, -

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I, 1 :July:termf-.f-th-eountyt court: ,"open The will.be open .s \1' I! N'
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ing ;July 13: J. J.: W odaIl- A- D. 4I .
StorTi J;''S.,Story; G. 1..: Hammack IL I o'clock" during v the summer months.: )c"f,. .4
]I Miss Medora Russell'will be in charfte _' \
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I SOLD IN KISSIMMEE Fill Stores With', BargainsFriday DIES AT HOME HERE

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Kissimmee th center of a lively dreaded. Mrs. Genevieve' Brotchie Hensley,
and Saturday and all next tectt from the
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automobile trade, and the number of wife of*W. L. Hensley. the contractor,
weep-the shoppers of the city and surrounding '1 This shows that this up-to-the-Wnute
neW machines being driven by people died Wednesday at 2.oclock 1
morning
: .*', //: country are offered a treat,I company is right on the job offering 9
That the Osceola County Fruit and residing here or at nearby points Indicates at her home on Mabbdtte street, after
; Truck Growers'.association will henceforth the jfen'eral prosperity -existing advertisements by -Kiaslmmee merchants in this issue whose of'o,\you the right thing at the right time "short illness, though she had beenin 'j Has Its Share of the Proof That Kidney .

," .: be a big factor in promoting the- in the county. Of the number of The VaHey Gazette.appear | THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE; poor health for some time. Funeral 1 Sufferers Seek.
h' \ growth and development of Kissim cars purchased by Osceola county This firm has a motto that is appropriate services were held 'at the! Presbyterian t
.;. mee and vicinity' is the opinion ex- citizens within the past sixty. days at There is not' an article to be bought o for Its business. They advertise church Wednesday afternoon, ,
i pressed by the association's president, least sixteen: were handled through lo- during -the. coming week which is not I I their store as a "place where Pastor) Witherspoon, assisted by Dr. Backache? Kidneys week t
1, , S. B. Aultman. cal agencies.. Eleven of these were advertised in the columns of this pa- { your dimes last like dollars." And A. J. Holt of the Baptist church, officiating Distressed with urinary ills!
"The aMOciation means business," Ford can' fdur were--Gartercars, and per. No matter what you may need, they do. You can go to their store Interment was in Itosehill Want reliable kidney remedy?'
one was a Buick. from an auto to sugar and 'salt you'llfind with a dollar in your jeans and buy cemetery. The pall-bearers were a .
growere J. D. Moore is owner of the Buick it in Kituiimmee stores at bargain 1 anything from a can-opener to a hat Messrs. Jf. -W. Prentis, C. F. Tyson, Don't have to look far. Use what

sults they will win.} Co-operation is our, having purchased a late model prices. fot Johnnie or a dress for mother. H. D. Geiger, CaNon Farmer, W. G. Kissimmee people recommend. Every
r all we need to develop the trucking five-passenger machine about two A few of the articles mentioned by I Sometime, when you want to buy a Hanking and Chas. L. Payne of Wash- street in Kissimmee has its cases.
industry.of_Lhis_county into the same weeks ago from Mach Bros., who havea progressive advertisers in this week's ,dozen-4ifferent.household-articles for, ington D. C. Here's: one Kissimmee man's experience -'
profitable business it is in other sections garage on Broadway.! paper will be of interest to those read- one dollar( go and examine their stock. Mrs. Hensley was born in Iowa, :
: of the state }Lupfer & Prather, who have tlv# ers who always look for their weekly I : March 8, 1888.. She came from Kan'l Let R .L. Starling, proprietor plumb- '
All the Natural Resource Ford agency in Osceola county, have bargains. sas to Florida about three years ago, ing and metal shop, Brack St., Kissimmee -
y "Osceola county has all the natural disposed of eleven cars recently. Ten UUTTON-IIARKIS COMPANY.It- A. S. NELSON GROWS and two years ago was married to Mr. tell it. He says: "Knowing what
i resources of her sister counties and of them were bought by people living: Hensley, the ceremoriy being performed great benefit Doan's Kidney Pills have {
c : there is no reason why our farmers in or near Kisnimmee, namely: S. J. Next Wednesday, July 8, there will I' at the Presbyterian manse in been in my family and from my own' .J) .
should not get as good! prices for their Tnplett, IS'arcoossee; R. W. Meikle- begin one of the biggest. shoe sales FINE KAFIR CORNi this city. Mr. and Mrs. Hensley personal experience with them, I take %li :
produce as other growers get. Their Jon| city; John Drawdy and H. H. Fer- ever held in Kissimmee. Dutton-Har- I had since resided at their home on i pleasure in recommending them. One >
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( advantage heretofore has been co-op tic, Whittier; Clarence Barnell Bas- rig company is famous for the qualityof I Mabbetet street- and have many of the family had been troubled for' ,
T- 5 eration. Our disadvantage has been senger; W. A. Drawdy and L. L. Fer- its'shoes as well as for its! store i friends, who were deeply shocked. by I by weak kidneys and at times ,
and Rull Bass service. "Good. shoes at a fair price," i A few days ago A. S. 'Nelson of the Mrs. I I years 'J..
in trying to carry on our growing tic, Whittier; E. E. Haley, Ilensley's death. I was laid up in bed,. owing to severe
other has been their) motto and the large ( NeJson Realty company was exhibiting "
marketing independent of each and E. J. Whaley. All of these were The deceased leaves besides her in the back and trouble with the
: -asking no co-operation and !getting the popular rive-passenger; machine business they; have built up here and | about town some heads of Kafir band, her parents, Mr. and Mrs hUS"1 j i I i pains kidney secretions. Doan's Kidney
none. except Mr. MeiKelionV... which is a in Lakeland is positive proof that their I I corn and Milo maze grown on his Brotchie of Davenport Fla., one little, Pills used and *'-
they brought
"For that reason every grower i in, road ter. many patrons are satisfied with the I farm that were as fine specimens as brother and sister at home and an older I|I lief." were re-
the county has experienced times 1 S. H Aultman, who has the agency I shoes they get at the price they pay. | we have ever seen anywhere. Mr. brother in Kansas. Her parents -'
when it was cheaper to let bin crop' of the Cartercar, with headquartersat It will pay every reader of The Valley Nelson stated these were fair samples were with her at her death. |I Price 601.. at all dealers. Don't simply -
: rot in the field than to market it. HIP ORwola garage, has sold fourmodel Gazette ton.study the many; bargains of the yield he will have from Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock Mr. and ask for a kidney remedy-get
s Either his individual crop wax. not'I "7" five-passenger machine I offered in this issue by this progressive I Kafir corn and maze that have been Mrs. Peterson and Mr. Bell all of | Doan's Pills-the same that Mr. Star- ,
rr large enough to interest the huy..rlor within the past sixty days J, H. Sheffield firm cultivated without one ounce of fer- Davenport, came to attend the fu ling had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., i,
( conditions unsatis- OLIVER'S tilizer. He is growing both the red Buffalo N. Y.CONDENSED. ..
shipping were so of Loughman: Henry Harper of SUITATORIUM.There neral. |
to eat J. Waite Tucker and Or- I 'and white variety of Kafir corn and is The of the r
factory as up his-profit Ixmghman are cleaners and cleaners. But, sympathies entire community ,
I "Where growers' associations exist dia Basil were the purchasers., z; if your suit needs cleaning or pressing JI experimenting with Feteretta, Jerusalem go out to Mr. Henfiley 'and''! --- --
these conditipns are practically overcome I I see Oliver about it. His shop is corn, Texas ribbon cane, Japanese members of the family.Orange III I STATEMENT :
and other prpblemH. are cane and Teosenta grass, all of .-
many modern in and he believesin
every way
Wantedin
You are .
!' successfully solved. It is an object doing good work at a fair price.. He I which Kafir are thriving.If of the Condition of
{ of the association to keep informed as corn will grow eighteen- a
will make you completely satisfied inch heads in Florida without fertilizer II CenterDear II
to the in cultivation in the Kissimmee -
acreage with .
county and what is being grown. Then your wearing apparel.AT I as in this instance, it is not diffi- State Bank of Kissimmee

if members will make regular reports II. C. STANFORD CO. cult, .to, surmise. .. what the soil would
? 8S Ito! the condition of their (crops Saturday, July 11Don't The great mid-summer sale of dry yield with fertili7er. If Kafir corn and Gazette; The Bun still shines I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
when they will be ready for the mar- goods, dress goods, men's furnishings I' maze do well similar grains and on Orange Center literally and figura d.\
} ket and how much of each vegetable and shoes is. growing every day both grasses can be raised just as successfully tively. The delightful rains of the At the Close of Business June 30th, "
N t or fruit they will have to dispose of, forget next Saturday, July as to values and crowds. The newest and the feed problem in the past few days has put a smile on every 1914.
the. !association will be able to command 11. It's lI'inato) be a.red hot bargain out in lace hats, waists and muslin I elate solves Itself. face. If you really want to see .
the attention of big buyer day. All the merchants of Kissimmeeare wear, dresses in all the styles suitsat Kafir corn and maze can be planted t contented lot of people, small but ;
; Build Up a Reputation.We going to prepare for you. Theyare less than cost. In fact every I any time from February to Christmasin select you should visit Orange Cen ASSETS. \
can build up a reputation with going to fill toatr stores brim full cle in this up-to-date stock is this climate in the summer season, ter. No one is asleep every man House F. &
Banking F'Hn' 27,412,67Bills
fi, an association brand on everything will with be DOLLAR articles BARGAINS all kinds to and suit there the at good-bye prices... arti-j! it will mature in ten or twelve weeks, woman and child on the alert and Receivable h h______ 313,530.11Overdrafts
f went out, and this. I hope, we will needs of everybody, from little Willieto COLE & UNLEY. : and serves for grain and forage. As busy as bees. Our new store is not __ 493.35 '"
;, strive to do" continued Mr. Aultman. chicken or hog feed the grain is unex- yet going but it will be in the next Bonds unnn 2,750.00 '
grandfather-and all will be goingat Everything here for the bride-no nnhUh
j celled. "
V "We can get together and agree to few days. Our postmaster has succeeded Cash Cash Items and Due
prices' which mean you save. I matter what her wishes may be-in |I '
certain things to in maKing a order office
of command money
enough
plant from
the of Banks------- 69,272.77County :
So come to Kissimmee next Satur- way diamonds rings, jewelry
' '' a big market. We can benefit day and share in.the bargains. >Kis or silverware. Don't think of making of this postoffice, so if you owe Warrants93970
by comparing methods of planting and r -H. R. MAY LUMBER CO. us anything you can remit through -i.i.U04,398.50
selection until have the
simmee merchants will make special your you seen I the
and study of postoffice here.
f cultivating our crops a I ;.
efforts to please the out-of-town as many pretty and useful gifts they are Mrs
Sheldon is in Jacksonville
to
y the soil of our county. At every well as local trade, and will show hun- offering. Their assortment is so largethat
meet her daughter from the north,
members have GETS NEW MACHINERYThe
meeting new suggeslions
dreds of articles marked down from you are sure to find just what LIABILITIES.
Mrs. Sheldon
as to how we can work for mu- writes that she is anxious ,
tual advantage. higher figures to the nominal figureof you want at the price' you want to I 'to return to Orange Center, where Capital u__n_n_u__u_.$100,000.00Surplus
will reduced.
"Practically every grower who has $1. Everything be pay. large mill east of Lake it is so much more comfortable thanin ____hu__ _______ 5,00000"
Everything will be offered at good-bye . PARLOR MARKET. I saw Jacksonville.Mr. I
attended these meetings has becomea Undivided Profits987.36
member of the association and is enthusiastic prices. So be sure to come to Kis- T. I. Powers, the well known pro- the Tohopekahga H. R. May recently Lumber purchased by Tiner of Kissimmee is erecting Deposits ___________ _u_. 229911.16 ,;
in his conviction that it is simmee next Saturday. Whatever else prietor of the People's market is now being equipped throughout company with is the new residence' of E. J. Keene in Bills Payable________ __ _ 65,000.00 -,
the one way to make farming profit- you do and on bring that day-come rusty dollars to Kissimmee with- ready to serve you with either Floridaor complete line of modern saw mill) ma-a section eight. Rediscounts ____ __, .____'__ 3,500.00$404,398.60y.
able. Other countiese have proven your "western meats. Mr. Powers be- chinery. The machinery arrived from Mrs. Elliott leaves in a few days fora

that for us, so what we must do is to you. lieves in serving(' people with the best Jacksonville several days ago and ill northern trip. She will be gone ",, .t.
put our enthusiasm into effective and you can get the finest cuts, the being installed as rapidly as possible. about three months, at least that is f'''
f . her intention. The weather Personally appeared before me a
? work. nicest meats and fresh-killed chickensat 'has warm of
t all hours of the day. His policy is Mayor of May acquired timber a largeacreage the the north may cause her to return notary public', Roma Thomas, calhIerlwho

il Union Center .11 good service at a fair price. Try; him.F. east side of yelolw the lake pine, which will on keep home much sooner.L. being duly sworn, deposes and \
l STATEBANKSURPLUS II. LAWSON. the mill busy. After the lumber is A. Staples of section 24 has.. goneto says the above statement is true to t
New York to have his eyes treated. the best of his knowledge and belief. !
handled there it will
his be shipped across f
Mr. Lawson inaugurated big
Miss Edna Harvey went to Orlando Miss Grace Wilson of Toronto, Can., S. L. LUPFER
the lake to the company's mill :
'
annual clearance sale weeks planing .
third two
GROWS DIVIDEND PAID Saturday, where she will make an ex- in the visited Orange Center as the guest ot (Notarial) Notary Public! .
is in full and city.
tended visit with her sister, Mrs. Floyd ago. It now swing Mr.- and Mrs. Bonney a few days this I ( Seal. ) State of Florida. Y t
shoes men's
suit
Peele. readyto-wear as week. expires June .
Mrs Nellie Wetherbee is suffering well as boys' suits are going at start- 44444444444'444 .. 4444 My commission 6,1917. 11
Directors of- the State bank of KIs-< '
: in of 4
need
ling prices. If are 0
you -'- '-
Monday Immea held June a 28,semi-annual when the conditions meeting from a'broken wish her rib.a speedy Here recovery.friends sincerely anything along this line'it will mean 04 CHURCH NOTICES. HUO, UOHO"to otO'oo OO . t. oooo'o; 0 O HOOOOO"li 1 1I"
you save money to get it at Lawsons.Go <
tank Aaron Story spent a few days last '
of.the was; found to be 'satis and get acquainted.with, this.-ctore. 4,44444440404x444444
with'tM' McClain
statement week fishing broth -
factory as shown in the

{vyxb e :dividend published was this paid week.the stockholders A reasonable and ers.Brother Wyandt report that Mrs. Perhaps H. M.you BREAKER want a house& CO.or farm.If SERVICES AT METHODIST THE CHURCH I" Stanfo rd's' I Stanfo rd's r roc. a.,

,, 2,600 added to the bank's surplus. Wyandt is quite- ill at their home at so, call on our genial friend, Captain the pastor'will t preach a short sermon -
.
: and. Tampa. Breaker. One of the bargains he now r t
Mrs. Geo. Wetherbee and little found Sunday morning) to the children.
son has to offer will be in this is- 1
are visiting relatives and friends in It's Look it The parents are requested to come and
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WISE CONVICTED OfKILLING sue. a good buy. up. the children.
brim! Following this "
this community. '
C. BROWN Another bee-tree was cut Wednesday YEI.LOW'PINE LUMBER CO. service the Holy Communion will be I r .!,
After buying a farm or lot, you will administered .
night. All present report a fine MID :
West Palm Beach,.-Shelby Wise, time. want to build a house. Therefore it I The subject for the evening hour ;.
colorede: was convicted of murder- Several the young; people are going will pay you to go and see the Yellow "The Great Revelation. All are <'01.1 jiG SALE
first degree for the killing of Claude to St. Cloud on Saturday to help Pine Lumber company. They are always : dially invited.COMMUNION. SUMMER
Ls') Brown a young white man, after aquarrel oelebrate the Fourth of July. ready to help you in every way' ) \ A'I'I'RESIIYTERIAN- t.
Just give them an idea of I
in a resort. Sentence of death The Aid society meeting was postponed possible. I ,
= CII CR'l1There
by 'hanging ,will be given by Judge last Friday on account of the what you want to build and they will 'E
i T" a Perkins this week.. illness of Mrs. Nellie Wetherbee. give you a FREE estimate of the cost will be communion fcTVice1; :. I.... .
i Miss Lestie Haye writes her mother without obligations on your part at the Presbyterian church Sunday I ; i.
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! that she is getting along verey nicely KATZ'S BIG STORE. morning at 11 o'clock. "' ]

cd Dollar Day, July 11. with her school work... Everybody knows Katz'a store It BAPTIST CHURCH. J Our Store is crowded with busy f"
has been, here a good It I
many years '
The Hactist church will have .
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I nas grown wun rvissimmee until today Pees Sunday, both morning and" night, shoppers who appreciate seasonable
it is one of tmj largest and best tt
,I Las usual. @
r known department stores 1n this section
of the state. Katz's store i is distinguished The morning subject, "The Sacred .
merchandise
The Place Where Your Dimes.Last Like Dollars for' the quality of the lines cide.Supper" The evening subject, "Sui- bargain prices. We t
it carries. So when this big store
a The pastor will preach at both services. -
4 put on a sale it means that they are wish _
) Everybody invited to come. _
going to offer some rare and season- - -- -- .,I

THE $ LIMIT STOREYou able Wednesday bargains.July The 8th sale and is everybodywill to begin HUDSON FOR GOVERNOR. ---Thank \ .

do welt to attend it. Prices will J" J
F. M. Hudson has
resigned as coun- You
be marked down and you will be! able ,
sed for the State Railroad Commis- i
to buy equality goods at bargain prices.
sion, his resignation to take effect not f
Miss it and will miss ,.
a rare treat
you I
_ don't have to wait for "Special Sales," "Semi-annual Sale." later than April 1 1915. (, t
OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO. his /
F .or other kind of sale, if come to this store.HEREYOU In tendering resignation, Mr. I'for. {
any you the liberal
There is 'alwayfa something distinc- Hudson declares his intention to make patronage 'you have '
a'd GET BARGAINS ALL THE TIME Every da j in the week. Right tive about the ads. of this well"known the race for governor in 1916 and 4 40q'-

now you can come here and get value that.no other store in Kitiiminee firm. No matter what you may needin says he wishes to be free to devote given us to this time and wish '
y' .'can duplicate. Don't take our word for it. But come and see. You the line of hardware, tools, paints, his time to his candidacy. up /.'t 1 ,

1":. telling don't have the truth'Come to buy. unless we can prove to your satisfaction. that. 'we are find glass-price.the and right furniture article,. you at can the always right O OOOOO O..O.OOOOOOOOOOO to remind .you that this big sale will ;


PALACE DRUG STORE. continue until ? ,' '1 '

( -. and Test, These Bargains readers We want to to the call "Prescription the.attention of Drug our. $ $ $ .$ $ r, I 'If..

Store" presided over by the well .' Nt';;
Good Serviceable Wash Dretoei..all known and enterprising Sam G. Rags- Saved by purchasing aSelect July 8th '
dale. Under Mr. Ragsdale's able M 1 '7 '
i sizes and colon only_i._________':'____________ 98c49c management the Palace Drug StoreIs Home ... .,:.

rapidly forging to-the front. This Choice Farm ., \ .
m
Extra Quality tore makes a specialty of filling prescriptions ,, '.J.. ,

Shirt Waists ...--_-___________________;-______. exactly as.directed Vacant Lot
doctor. Get acquainted with "amthe. Remember
orAcreage-
J4 1 Good' a1itJ"" ,.. .50Ca You will like him and-Ms" business Everything Cut f-;

f ,.Gown at V_,_. .T---------_____:______._:.. methods. ;
.r. ;" ' .. ",;:..' NELSON REALTY COMPANY.: .
'This :enterprising real estate con- Ask Mr. Summers X
(Our ..Kitchen Departmentv ; '. cern is well known throughout this Everything Must Go :" :
of the Elite'Realty Parlor 608
v 7 '* *v r* r r v -, section of the state' They make a..specialty ,.;
: i$ fm can find M .T fytkiaf far r..E: e.=-:f ront Can Qpeaen__ of handling: ."bargain, real estate -DIee.'Penfleld., street. South. Klssim- ,

It... ajtaau) -aid Terytknn priced at raai 5 U ZS.ceab .... pkoposItion.rlnthisIssue'youwill find several especially,Mgood ; ' : Regardless of : ;

+ 1.'Aa' al her ethkr,, dir. .to. K'p.'. ..*... Way mttt rtt. aeqaalaUd with. tII.UL ..'' buys"advertised.' If you are thinking "t land iA '.choice'borderln'g 40. acres on a.of beautiful' dtnu Cost ; .
\ 9j feOtirProfits of buying a grove or a farm, it will
'" .' t lake.. ''A
, ran bargain.
l-r-a- ?
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|< .. pay you to atudy.th.lr.ad.'W 4'
,\'. c y/ 'f''T' Ir: : : ito .. *< .. R. MAKINBONCO.In % : For rent-:a'n\ ."' :5-room platered *-- : ,' <

'''J. ... : 140" r' ..: "thl. ;... :'. :Issue "you will'find buhgalowrt flowing : < > c .t.
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'I '.-"", ",ERS4".R.. \' "f '-''JN.J ,;.y //against Health,';the''warning'malaria people mosquito.. to ;
> ,.,..".. ,, ....,)1" '')'...: .','' .. " will Maklnsoocompanyoffering.also! firtd an aoV by the a'special W.. B. 4' ,' ,.I. ."w.' .(., ."( .f ,. '... ,'''.... .... .. ._ .' t': ':' >

&p s *cr'* n.cloth.to PN1 4f '.

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F.\, ,FRIDAY. ., JULY ::::3 '1914: .,. 'THE KISSIMMEE' ,VALLEY GAZETTE' '!PAGE'vSjjI. ' : .:_4' '

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i'' ''EEl tINIIWNIINNMIIItNWI I.I'llfI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE( C. -A. Carson. Writes of NEW P.O. RULES 'I,SCREEN YOUR'.HOUSE- ;


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OF .COUNTY. MEETS ,,; );;4 Cattle and+ Sheep ,Industry' . TO PREVENT MALARIA ,'J

I i HOW EFFECTIVE: ' -
.1 1t,,
I In with the law the At the risk-of hole in ::'
compliance: The following article 1.{ 'a JPIY sume easily till the mutton now ,avail wearing a
county democratic' executive commit + c.A.. Carton to an enquireceive able. There is always a ready sale \ I subject already threadbare the. state"/ '
e tee met in'annual session Wednesday. asking for information about for Wool. At the 'ewes lamb in December I board of health 1* again calling .'atten-
r 1 Wednesday; July 1 the '
1 the , new potof-
July ; at court house to perfect cattle Florida is the
4 the and sheep industry Os-: andiJanugry!i lice tion'to the matter of malaria in,Flo.. '
f, its,, organization.' ,Roma' Thomaa..wae ceola county. The information is. first finest place in the United State to money order regulationa'went.intoeffg ,
re-elected chairman and John,Johnston hand and will doubtless be of interest II furnish spring lamb for market. !: i, the great and Important chanirj Ida.There I I

'" was chosen secretary. .ApPoint. to many. "' 'v" ."Some of the" principal owner 'of: being i that' money order may, on and are several feature, of Wa
.d 'to fill the vacancies existing are "Replying, to'' your.request for'' information sheep in this section are Ordia Baas after that date affliction' which can hardly be too frequently -,
R. H. Alderman te represent Bas about the cattle and Henry T. Bass R. ;D.' Waring. EJ cashled\, at any' money emphasized 'The first I*.that

I", . .':. Peter'' Rawleraon to representCrab industry )in 'Osceola county.. In Whaley, J. 0.. Ward and Carson. Cattle order office in the country it .i* unnecessary entirely unnecessary
Grass and E. I* D., Overstrpet, is known as- the Klssimmee company*' ., This method was in ,.ope"and'''operation I !no one need, have It i if he doesn't +

representative of Shingle Creek.. urjtry) beg to Bay 'that for a Iheet 1'"Notwithstanding that the' raisingof some:years ago but wa won want to. Second it i* a v.reyuneco-
...... The 'committee's' ,membership also many years this has been sheep I.1 extremely' profitable the after withdrawn, the plin; I nomic disease, in that it reduce to a.
,r' "WHY didn't I have this bathroomput includes James O'Bel'ryt."Whittleri J. as the best adapted for industry hall not/been'' asMargely developed meeting with favor with hOW'Ver.j low stage the>physical and mental ''t!

', ':, in long ago. It is Mxclean and F. O'Berry, Campbell; Mose Tindall: cattle- and sheep-raising of any a* it i I. capable of being, by a anad in many instance productiveness of the individual reduces ' 1,
!..,\ beautiful that I feel provoked drinking of Narcoossee; John J. Johnston, St. of Florida. great deal., greatest convenience. That his energy his desire and his J
%'/ all that time that I worried along with the Cloud, and Roma Thomas, Kissimmee. "During the period of twenty or ."The sheep in the territory mentioned popular' wish of the public gratifiedand ambition to accomplish far below the
,;. old bathroom.*' Don't wait until you Only routine business was taken up twenty-five: yean ago such men 'as i probably do not exceed 20,000, ,will receive a thorough trial it normal. While the disease I* not considered -, 1
an AY that when a'StamlanT bathroom at the .meetin Other meetings will I E. O. Morgan William Alderman 1 while the cattle in the same territory evidently the idea of the post office department fatal to any large degree it'
r. put ita by ui will mean so much to you be called by the chairman when occa- William Shiver Redding Parker, R.I will probably run from 150,000 "to lower the resisting force and makes ,,

t __. lion demands. B. Savage, A. E. Godwin, Walker I _200.000., '.' ,- Thlrtv-dav Limit. easier the way for the entrance. of. "t I
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THE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING j Bros and other made large money in Possibilities. One feature is to be particularly remembered more serious ailments.'. er
;: SHOP RULL BASS SHIPS TTLE. raising native cattle on native grasses. ]1 "There are so many feed stuff's by 1 those who )hold money There. i i. "no scale by which the
I.I I. At ',that time no attention Whatever adapted to cattle and .sheep t that can orders'and intend to have them cashed weakening capacity of malaria may,
;:: R. L. Starling, Manager. Rull Bass made the one shipmentof was paid 'to blooded cattle, and there I be easily and cheaply produced, it is at some other 'office than at tha be measured, but no one who has, ;

,!,0 11 Darlington Are. Phone 244-2 were "pastures enclosed, as it was easy to see that when better breed of ; one at which .they are made payable.This watched Intelligently progress of
III I- cattle going out of Kissimmee 'this not necessary. The range was all open both cattle and,.sheep are introduced,i feature of the new method, to be the disease in even a few 'caves can '

:, .' 1I11111nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll",1II1, 88 week. 'The car was consigned to St. range, free to be used by anyone who and more modern methods. of caring remembered, is that at the end of fail to have noted this effect. If

IIS 1'1JC: I Petersburg the local market. had a few cattle. Inasmuch as the for them are in operation, the profitsto thirty days the money order cannotbe The Malaria .Parasite.Tha"malariparaeite ,

,1 =_ climate was so equable and uniform te derived will be increased many cashed at any office other than at has-been Idea., k< 's+!
these native grasses would sustain fold, and, as'I see'it, the Kissimmee the one at which it was. made pay under the Its *
tided microscope.
I pfe.y
the section of Florida will furnish able. .
{ cattle splendidly throughout year, valley tUre has' been taken and iU habit ; '
winter as well as summer, therefore it I beef for many thousands of people In Naturally the question has been have been definitely described.) Not
was not necessary to overbuy'a pound this and adjoining state So far as 1 I raised: "lioVf.; about lost money orders only hu' the medical profession
feed i is section of this state ?" pro.
of for these cattle. The only know, there no !
vidfid .lmpl.-.cure..liILUILdl.eaae. ,....
a
the of roundingup -that canequalthia- valley--for--stock- IrrtheTVeriT der is lost, ?
expense was xpena" but. better yet, it has discovered"a '
... ,
.) the calvesIn I the method of is *
marketing and branding raising purposes. procedure practicallythe method of prevention. It has been
" the spring, and shipping beef whenever same as now, that is the one who established a* a fact that if once this pL
it is wanted. made out the money order makes Application '
parasite could be .completelyeradleated -,- .
I'' VIII'' Blooded Stock. JNO. M. LEE RETURNS for a duplicate money' order from any given section, alit disease -
"Since that of and obtain
, period some portions can immediately a duplicate itself would disappear, never to
I ul lluni i the have been bought by cattle furnishing bond for double
range upon I It has
return importation.
owners, and fenced for their own use. 1 FROM VISIT IN OHIO the amount of the money order.If been done except within by certain well known
In[ nearly all these cases some atten- this is not convenient the other countries.
limits in' several foreign
tion is to the introduction I method is to for of i
; being paid now wait a period So often has the cycle of malarial
of good blood. This feature.of I John M. Lee, who has returned froma thirty-six days, when, the duplicatewill infection and reinfection been described -
j:: -=- ";i the business, however, is practically! week's visit in Ohio, brings back the be issued. that a repetition can bring Infor-
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-- _. : ' ..;:.. .: in its infancy, but wherever tried by To Prptect Owner.
news that a dozen or more prosperous mation to few intelligent Florldian
---S: ;;..- }- J. {' <: the introduction of thorough bred bulls farmers of that state, whom he' had As previously stated the allowanceof The parasite exists in the blood of the
. the shipped cattle have been a decided occasion to talk to, are anxious for thirty days in which to cash a human patient. By the bite "of- the''
success. The principal strains introduced information about Florida, particu- money order anywhere in the country Is.
anopheles mosquito the parasite ,
: '\ wLow Round Trip RatesFROM I have been the Hereford and the larly in this vicinity. A number of limits the payment of the money or- taken into the system of the mosquito

Aberdeen Angus, or as familiarly called these men are interested in the subjectof der anywhere else than at the place on where it passes through a* period '
JACKSONVILLE Black Polled Angus. The latter citrus, culture and would likely buy which it was drawn. Therefore, in ajid. : p.f further. development t X
praceAa
St. L..k . trr.TJ Ckiear* ... - MVSSSt. Cbcln.. . .171.11 I seem to be. the_favorite by the major- Florida land if- they'could -get'-firsthand 'pY'eTTt"-uf 'an application lor'Jo {' and by- the bite of the alma mosquito"-1""
,,; D. M.M P..I . S4.7 LeebriU J1.S4 ity of those who have tried them information. They beseech Mr. money crder, if the applicant waits, as it is transmitted into the blood of a
CWoi.oiS.ftx> U.M DelMk . el.H x .5,11. - JI." who have hatched. the outcome of and'i Lee to send them reliable advertising he or she is required, for thirty-six i la 1
a.a 1.1. Cr 7I.M .p.. . 7*.75 Fva..I5. 3Z.ZS I new human being. The process repeated *
\ .. . experiment. The most noted example i information to days, there can be no cashing of two
I T.a..t... 71.M T.r..t. 41.11 M.M I' matter, givingclear as indefinitely and the dslease i*
I ertleoi . 1M.M M..tr..l) . i SS.4S F=c: : J5.I4 of the Black Polled Angus is the herd the land around Kissimmee and produce money orders. On the other hand, if constantly. widening '
leittb . 11.11 P.t..k . 51.SI T.I.J. - 41.le I the Carson Cattle I for order spread through a
r . 55.11 Dot.t.; . 4J.54 now owned by com- that is raised in this section in an applicant a lost money circle of human beings. .
M.54) Maki.c
.! Sai lojAerelM Fnacbee-- -. M.54 leHale . 47.4 Ch.ay.. 47." I, pany at Camp Hammock on LjrKe Kis- addition to the orange culture.To furnishes bond in double the amountof to
".J: fJ.c1 Pak - 12.71 Nfciara F.O. 47.4 M..ak C... 11.11 I simmee. They introduced last fall a I II Boost Kissimmee. the money order and- such a lost To Stop the Dl e....

' Low rotee to other points{hi Colorado.C.llorni..Caud.. Mmno. carload of this breed of bulls and heifers money order should show up and be To interrupt this cycle .of develop
r ota.. Michlcan. the Great Leke* and Rocky Mou.t.m.. Proportionallytntod (I I j, This is only one of many requests, paid and also the paid, ment at any stage is to Interrupt and j
, low rate,from otter poinl.In the State.TickeU "Probably twenty years ago large t that come to Kissimmee every week the bond for double the'amount paid j stop the disease. To prevent the- inoculation -
7 oo.aale daily,until September 3O. Return limit Oct. 31. nerds of cattle could be bought at $5''j asking for reliable information about by thu applicant would always insure of the-- mosquito, by' the hu
VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER, SALT \\1 per' head. Now the regular price, including this section of the state, and public- the government against loss. man host, and to prevent the Inocula-
i p LAKE, COLORADO SPRINGS, ETC! I cows, calves two and three spirited citizens are beginning to feel By this plan and arrangement it i il tionof the new human victim by the fi+
I Goes throuih St. Louie,retumlni throueh Cbicaeo |i years old and yearlings, is $15 per I that the city should have more advertising evident that the department has taken infected mosquito-that's' all there is "ti
or nee vm... L b.r.l.topov er.oo ell ticket head, with the result that cattle own- matter to send out. to in- everey precaution not to be worked by to it. The matter is resolved down to' x

TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST, thr.a I! ers today are prospering very much quirers.' {(? any scheme on the part of anyone: pos- the very simple proposition.-"-don't allow
/I through train daily] choice of three different I more largely than they did !some I To partially meet this demand the sibly inclined to defraud by making yourself to be bitten by the -mos,
board of trade is having ad-
now some
route I twenty yearn ago. application for a duplicate money or- quito.In '
_____} Three deUr train* to the sautb.rt throu.b New J j "During the past two years this part vertising folders prepared and are considering der claiming the original Was lost the particular case -cf| the anopheles
t Orleajia. Unexcelled disk? ear *..v,... Feet time j of the country, with Kissimmee as a more extensive campaign when it was known by the applicantnot the matter I I. made even more !:
Rock b.a.a. N dmL N.d.t. For h.ed..m. Ulu. I headquarters for shipping operations, irf the fall Mr. Lee has been requested to be lost. simple the known fact that Its f1
I I b..kMb.l wmm.r to '..t r..R., ,.t... .1..p. J. D. Woodbeck to be- by ;
.. has become noted for its large by appear
,
5.a w r..rvotiw.d oth.r 1.rmmati..ddr. supplyof working hours are confined strictly: to $
[ i I cattle, with the result that.durmgthe fore the board at its next regular early and the f'
the evening night
.
CITY PASTORS DISCUSS -
H. C. BRETNEY to talk to members about advertising i
,:], last fifteen months there have I meeting What's the remedy ,
, Ii Fieri.,r-" "A1.1, been shipped from this point fully Kissimmee abroad and has EVANGELISTIC MEETINGThe Screens! That' the aolutlon.( '.im-, $

"I [till I'' IMWodlayStnet.JACUONVUXE. 10,000 head of cattle. Shipments be- I consented to be present and give an pie and safe and complete. The only ft *
visit in Ohio.
of his
recent
account vl
FUL made to the states of Kansas, he L
I ing pastors city spent two precaution to be added i I. that the, <
Oklahoma, Wyoming, Missouri, West Many Want to Know. hours or more Monday morning screen should not be put .up ''*'if' ,,
Virginia, Mississippi i; Ohio and On the trip Mr. Lee stopped at Cin- earnest conference, the most of the you were building chicken: house,
Texas. < cinnati, Amanda, Zatneeeville and a ime 'being given to' a considerationof full of holes 'and l loose' around, the ?
"Some of the principal owners of number, of other cities in the state, the proposed evangelisticmttbting! edgeo They!should be made- literal
cattle now in this section.are Lesley visiting friends a.nd making pleasant to begin July 30.. ., ly mosquito-proof,' At all the window''
& Bass! Rull' Bass, Henry T. Bass! -acquaintances.. At' Amanda' he Preparatory to this meeting the and outside door andiaroltfdtthe,;
John :R. Branson, Ed,Whaley, Carson; was''entertained by Mr. :Moody, who ollowing'committees were appointed porch that is used a* a'sittin..-.om i
o Cattle company.;Geo. C- Bronson!,' A. was a visitor In Kissimmee last win namely* ,,,. .' }1,0; -i ., -, In1 th."evening, over the bed and at.
S.. DrawdYi an<1''' Ordia Bass, of 'Kls ter and who Is an.enthusiastic Florida :Arrangementa.To:i secure and.ore- everey placs where .the' insect may again

; A"F. Bass of J54U; booster.:though.,_he' ..ba.-....'beautiful : pare. place..*A. S/Nelson, a-E.; -Yow- admission to the members of the. *,* '
1I Cloud Florida; W-R.: Godwin, Whittier home and business interests in Amanda. ell,' John McPhatter and J. M. Gard- family. The screen is a necessary >!
1 11I Fla.; A. E. Godwin, Rosalie, Fla.; Mr. Lee says everywhere he went ner. of the Florida house no home- "ch
Robert Alderman, Wr F. Walker, J. H. he was asked about Florida and in I 'inance--J. M. Lee, T. J. Pharr, F.W. Cart state is safe or comfortable''' r

Wakler; W. P. Underhill, W. E. Un- I Zainesville particularly he met a number Pitman and James Rodgers. without it. And it should be constructed -
I derhill, J. S. Underhill and 11. J. of influential men already inclinedto Music-W. }Jl. Jones, J. L. Over- and fitted to its place with a* much '
rl I Moody of Bassenger, Fla.; Geo. W. come to Florida and anxious for treet, J.'H. Reed and A. W. Winn. care as the front door or the windows
I ," PIIII ',t 1, tcd Hopkins of Melbourne Fla. The information about the state. Ushering-D. G. Wagner, C. W. in their casings tIt

above is a partial list of the ownersof I The things that most impressed him Stute, G. F. Parker and A. W. Winn. is the duty of the individual to ,
the larger herds, hundreds of smaller > iri Ohio, Mr. Lee says, were the extensive 1 i Publicity-W. B. Witherspoon, P. K. avoid malaria a duty that each one' ,}, "
d owners occupy the same territory. wheat fields, the Percheron 1 I I Weaver, James Johncon. and T. M. ,owes to himself and to the community ,yin
i s Sheep' Raising. (I horses, and fine hogs and cattle. bredin I Rivers. I which he lives. '_'

"My attention was first called to ,, the state. :
a He entertained and reports -- ,-------
the profits to be had from raising I i was royally -
.
sheep when my father-in-law, the Jate I! a magnificent trip. .
1rh Hon. John M Bryan, a number of I I '

of years sheep ago, for bought which a he very paid small$350. flock He EASY TO PUT LIVER I FLORIDAANC MEATS I. .'

I It owned these -sheep for about twenty WESTERN I ILS Iw

t I / L I I months, in the meantime" selling "TO RIGHTS" NOW
Z I Id enough wool and mutton to pay back
the original 'cost, then he sold his
stock for $1,200, thus making a clear
) profit of $1,200 on an investment of Constipation Can Now Be Easily andS I l.
+ -
$350 in twenty months. Since that fly Overcome_Without Use --- -- -
time I have observed the ..jndl1str "'
"
quite carefully! ,- and- > 8f"tx> say that of Dangerous Calomel. .

'so far as I can get the information
Ladyepositors sheep and cattle both are freer from
disease in Florida than almost any Seven of the best known and high-

other state, with the exception of the est priced physicians in the United .i.iJyki

t tick, which is common to all the States agree(! that Dodson's Liver!

K southern country. They require very Tone is a perfectly safe, easy and
Receive Especially Courteous Attention at this Baak.n little attention so far as disease is ;
instead of
concerned. pleasant remedy to take

"I I have owned as many as 8,000 to calomel for constipation, sluggish liv- :: ,
We are always please to have anopportu'nity to explain our 10,000 head of sheep at a time, and er, etc. It has none of the" disagreeable -

banking methods, and give you the benefit of our experience and have never found it necessary to dip and often dangerous aftereffects rtz r
for foot rot.
treat
for scab to
or of calomel which is formof .
only a '
knowledge of financial matters. "The statement as to better breedsof .
-
4'r cattle made above apply equally to mercury. / A
better breed of sheep; that is, but lit- There are I imitations of Dodson's

Consult us freely concern- basinets or investment tle attention has been paid to the I Liver Tone. But the public is not to tV4
breed until within the last two or three be fooled. The public knows how' to '
a It will Cost you nothing and your deafing will be aeldin years. They are largely on the open judge the plain truth. And the merits MM *

a range,'but yield very much better results I of Dodson's Liver Tone are widely
." strictest confidence.STATE when cared ,for carefully, as in known. .
1
5' t the western states. Dodson's Liver Tone is sold and
Enemies of Sheep. J. Z. Roberson who will J
guaranteed by ,
: \ BANK "The principal enemies. sheep on refund purchase price (50c.( ) instantlyand "Butcher M| BROUGHT Mrs. Jones with me today;* .

OF the range are dogs, hogs, buzzards with .a- smile if you are in anyway i said Mr*. Satisfied Customer. "She !
P
(:which, of course, are to be found in dissatisfied.Dodson'e . '
all parts of the country), and wildcats.. Liver Tone i. a palatable :" wants to try your meat. I've told her
, IISSIMMEECa The injury from these enemies is pos- ', Here'sA
". pad and its action is easy and how nice A
." sibly about in the order in which they and natural, with no prige in what fine cuts you gin me ,, 4

are named, but it will be readily,seen with ;your'regular duties, habits anyway the inpftt I*.* That has happened morethan .

stock ___-____________________ __ ______$100,000.00 that danger an from attendant any of could them.minimize the and '-diet. It,.builds and strengthensdon't New once with.... Will try to PLEASE t'
make feel good. Why
a..JIJ'C ever _______________-___.._____________ 400OOOXW "The clip from sheep of the ordinary you try Dodson's yon t 4rCusomer'''' if the CHANCE..
will from twoand '
grade average ynd soup _'. "
one-half pounds per hed.of a a. ,. ..- as r
Officers 1141;. Dir ton. IMPROVING:PROPERTY. : ,
-
,
\
j\ $ really good grade of, wooL .Better . < r
breed would a heavier'fleece, FrtJfc= 'ad Fresl'8orm Can''eati.coaa .1'-StL-:
/ Hei.qairtiiTfor focltrr ;E&J '' -
4a. ,J.A.. CA tSONrrest.. "J .M LEV, c.-Press- . but: I do not believe the"fleece In Florida *<' J.\ ATBarclar/JsTjavfaig his property \... :
: .11'f
f ":M.F:: KATl'YodVi'1.P a P on 'any breed, would bequite' a* at the.:: corner of, Clyde avenue anaVerona'lmpl'OTecL r' '
w ,t\ i i(e -C:' ; : aL heavy as it,would be in a coldier cli SOme' repairing I. PARLOR MARKET, .PEOPLES"TfMARKET' t

{ ; ,r :!-;,I. 'RO..u.'moMASC;, I mate. The animal do..not need as being done,to.the :: boose and the . .J
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f' .:J" .I.r .. much protection. This i* clearly shown ground are.being. beautified._ The PLope1 :' :11 :Br.adwa,.ij, .,i'6oaaa'1f.; 3I Breawa7t :'",
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-J. dd andmalranch fence around tbejlace'.NHeLtorn _
....... ., ." I l by the{coat of -lar-beariDl' > 4 ;. _._
: ::f :'" : : .' ::'11. .:.7:, .. .. asotter,-beaver. ate -- down ands Hedge. planted to take.its. ,i)1: J,/:X, Powers, PropProp r"a' ,
L : 1 The Florida '
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'ft PAGE 4.. I,' I .. R .. f THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZETTEy FRIDAY JULY 3 Ifl4{ vI

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t. 4' 1 The Kissimmee: Valley Gazette.FUBI.HHED Advertising, Dynamite, u i Tampa Dollar'' A. False' GodThrift r.'.


{: EVERY FRJOA T. forFlcm i VALLET ETTE B & Learn \I Tampa's; second/ "dollar dav" was I is universally 'considered a _, .;; .
K1a8nuu: :. 4YDClOLA' UNTY, FLORIDA How to Use It
i' .
t i, i . an oven greater sjiccess than the first valuable,quality, but(there is a false V* /
'.
( one, held about 'aTrTdTrth- ago and kind of thrift. \ .
*
,it !; W. B. HARRIS . - - e J -4.---- -. ?sues Ne* assay days ago a reprae.ta'I. ., a large cer e>atiee>>fered. tie thousands of person from all partsof I One.day recently U a large city'a r...

: ... Coca Cela Cs pay at AtUata SIX MILLION DOLLARS fer the USE south, Florida came to the city to man was picked 'Up in a cheap 'lodging -' 1";

Birr-I/CAIPTZONE.: On? copy, one Y..r---------------].---.-:..-- -..,...... OF THE NAME<"COCA COLA." Ua4enta. MACHINERY,;PATENTS take advantage of the rare bargains !, house and taken to the hospital-:;..
One _p,.. ate month*,..,$::---_., T8*. One copy months.___..__ M STOCK ud PLANTS WERE NOT INCLUDED- .deacon offered. Tampa merchants made speciat I,,I A few day later it wa found that ', ri
SOLELY the '
had fifty thou..nd. dollan in the,
; \ effort to please the out-of-town \
_
i i / '' .fer the NAME "COCA COLA. 4. a* well as local tirade and had hundreds 1, bank He probably would have ro- ,
j ,. All eommunldatlont! .cpt. from weln authorlsMl >cprrespottd. must be -AaJ what it that .raJ. I,rented being called a miser, but of ;' "
'I ""Kl by th. writer. I J' gave Mr. Merckaatt ADVERTISING of- articles marked .down from
;o' i j i ReJrctedmatter wilt not b. returned unless catyd for.. VERTISING ALONE! higher price to the nominal figure of I course that wa what he really, wa*. ....
I T $1. Goods which was of too great ,, He was a thrifty man-to be rare, :
i (Entered at'th. ro.torric lit'KUslmmr*. Florida as ''' O d.clU. m tt..r.) Hew ..ch. de yea firmre the .... WREN (KUTTER b wertk la e... valu. to be' brought down -to this i I but he had Cultivated thrift at the ;

., ---r - ectio* with HARDWARE ADVERTISING or the aims "INGERSOLL"ia price was nevertheless sold at a re expense of nearly everything else; h. ....

J' ; FRIDAY. JULY 3. 111' coaaectiev with WATCH ADVERTISING, se the .... "UNEEDA" duetlon. One Tampa store reported had, in fact gone crazy in the*. worship 'I.!
ceaaecbe with BISCUIT selling ...ent.fiv. $1 hats ''''of this false god thrift. 1 f
I
ik . .. .. -. . ADVERTISING it the masM GILLETTE" ia. huckster ...
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-- -'- -= --- = -: : : -- -=- := ceaaectie. with SAFETY RAZOR ADVERTISING Indications from yesterday's trading There was once a woman <\
\ ? and from that on the previous j[who used to get up at 2 o'clock In'tie
i A Needed Reform MERCHANTS IN KISSIMMEE, whe-have bee taldag iaveatery, "dollar day" show that the second was morning load her wagon with vegetables -

I and strikiar off year YEARLY BALANCES, HAVE AN ITEM OF "GOOD- a much greater success than the first, from her truck farm and peddle ::1
WILL" ON THAT STATEMENT. and that a much larger, number of" the produce nearly all day long. When ,
The) past week convicts have beep 'employed on the streets in the neighbor- visitors came to the city than on. the she returned to the farm it was nearly : '
Is thai. FIGURE
hood of The Valley Gazette office. The plan of working convicts on public INCREASING EVERY YEAR It SHOULD be-sad it first occasion. All day long merchants dark.

i "{ roads has proven more than a luccett. It is a'policy which might be followed WILL if your ADVERTISING is RIGHT if yew BUSINESS. is RIGHT aad reported? business to be extremely I Her property was worth at least one l I
if GROWING RIGHT. dollars and her'tn- ,
to advantage in all of the states where it is not'now.enforced. yen are brisk and their clerks were kept on hundred thousand i ,

,, '1 ;' When convicts are worked within penitentiary walls the articles manufactured ADVERTISING IS CAPITAL INVESTED. It is the. ONE PART of the the jump. "Dollar .day" has become come was four-or-five times teacher as largo '.:
the
of
and that or
a permanent institution in Tampa as average
MACHINERY
of
YOUR .BUSINESS that,satfers
: are sold to the public by the tale at a lower price than (the individual NO YEARLY DETERIO- is valued, both by the merchants and preacher.

I 'j'i manufacturer can afford to -ell them. Therefore that much work ii taken RATION-THAT, ON THE OTHER HAND has CUMULATIVE VALUE, their customers, as it brings them There was no need, of course, for "

1 away from those who live outside of the prison walls and who in all probability YEAR AFTER YEAR. closer together and establishes mutual her to toil as she did, but she haL.....
"
;.t w need the work. I Bat yea must keep at it That's where you co.e in. that WEEK feeling. formed the habit and of could the false not .tornl )
in her great worship
o (
AFTER WEEK whisper is BETTER than the
when convicts worked roads their labor is of benefit spasmodic shoot '
public
It Again, are on OO.OOO.OOOO o oooo of thrift. She had gone "money :
i
J to all people in the community. America is notorious for having the worst I Take The Valley Gazette readers as a basis of your advertising cam The' maximum -"save your pen- ,
C paign. SUPPOSING ONLY FIFTY PER CENT of them O FARM 41 is often quoted as being most '' I,
f ;. roads of any civilized: country on earth yet if every convict was pat to work read your advertisement FLORIDA' NOTES. nies"
each week that would be MORE than A -0- excellent advice, but where thrift Y$
1,100 WEEK MORE Oi
i-. on road improvement it would onjy be a few years until the highways of this THAN 57,000 A YEAR. OOOOO'OOOOOOOOO I comes at the expense of all capacity ,
would be the best the world.
country in for enjoyment and the cultivation of -
However there is one thing that ought to be done away with in this state- How would yen like them to receive your' message? Grand Island.-Growers' League a fine nature, or the enoblement ofa
THE VALLEY GAZETTE IS KISSIMMEE'S FASTEST GROWING held an interesting meeting at the human soul, the loss is pitiable. V
and that is the striped suit prisoners are forced to wear. It is a barbarous packing house June 13. Lunch was ,
; custom that has been handed down to us from the dark ages. NEWSPAPER because it is HELPING Kissimmee MERCHANTS GROW served. There have been good rains ---- -;

j Just why men are made to 'look ,ihke a bunch of human caterpillars, we do f FASTEST. in this section and the drought ia f DOLLAR 113 YEARS OlD ""* .. -, .:,,.'t-,.......
._ i roken. .. *
understand. A plain blue suit would be deI --- --. -- . ? ? i -
not or not hocking <
4- so or - -
grey -
- - -
-
-;. ---- - R. L. who lives
' Speicn! !., .near_Tampa! ,
: grading to the.wearer or to the women and children. forced to see the prisoners i.j RAILROADS HELP SOUTH. !j BUSINESS, IN GOVERNMENT. ulOveland.-'fho melon crop in this has an old dollar, coined in 11l. inis
on the public highway. I piece, a bit )larger than the silver dol.
a There is a wholesome tendency I| It is to be regretted that many men section has been greatly benefited by tar of tuday, i is, worth muchmore than .- <(
While incarceration is
always punishment there is no necessity of indignities recent showers. Several of mel-
among; the railroads of the south to in public life in Washington who have cars its face value.; Although Mr. Speice : .
i being added to penal servitude. The wearing of stripes has come to be as i I advertise more freely and broadly than I never in their lives been engaged in lons moved this week.. picked it up without paying a premiumfor
.
great a curse as the mark of Cain. The mere fact follows a man through life heretofore the resources of the country I'' any important business operations or J it, he has turned down an offer of :.'

and its memory brings shame to his mind when there should be courage to take they traverse. Last year ten managed any great business interests Lake Butler.-Cantaloupes are moving $10
t life's work and make amends by labor and southern railroads spent for this pur- |' labor under the sad delusion that they by express shipment from this The dollar bears On one side the
right living.
1 up pose a total of seven hundred and thir- t know more) about business needs and point. The quality is fair. woman's profile, and the word Liberty, ;',
There have been argument advanced against reforms that lighten the ty-two thousand, six hundred and fif I I the ups and downs of business than all with the date 1)10\\.1799. On the other .

y burden of prisoners but all reforms are steps in the right direction and experience ty-five dollars. That was a consider- of the men throughout the country Deal .-The truckers of Marion side the eagle appears, with the

will show the extent to which it practicable to go. Anything that tends able increase over their expenditures who from early life have given their and Sumter counties have had a very words United States of America but

r ;%, to make better man of the convict should be encouraged. for publicity and kindred lines of de- Strength of body and mind to the de- unsuccessful season this year, as some nothing there to indurate the value of :
velopment in 1912, and a very marked velopment of business and to the man- truckers made a complete failure. the coin. But on the edR'el around the .,
t : A number of the progressive western states have abolished "stripes' and are increase over the figureR for 1910. The agement of vast business operations. This has been the worst season knownin coif, are letters where the dollar is '

x well satisfied with the result. We should follow suit and do away with the roads are evidently realizing that publicity There was a time when business men years. usually "milled" giving its denomina-

; l: stripes. pays, and that the surest means of ability were supposed to know i tion, as a "one dollar," and again
: to promote the fortunes a railway something about the business condi- Wauchula. broken in "hundred cents."
L' ---- is to develop the natural wealth of the tions of the country and about their this section -last Drought week.was There were Mr. Speice, who has a fancy for old .'

t ::1. The Use of Fertilizer is Profitable territory it serves. I own individual business interests and heavy rains which were of great benefit coins and odd pieces also had two of
Though the awakening has come, whether trade
: a was dull, or active. But to the citrus fruit trees and other the fractional currency issued by Cal-
:i vast deal of profitable work in this that time has passed, at least when ifornia. One is a twenty-five-cent
.,f <1' 4 The use of fertilizer. rapidly increasing. Why ? Because the fanner has field of enterprise remains to be done. measured by the standards set up In.. growing crops.Jacksonville.Water. piece and the other a fifty-cent piece.
!; found it profitable. The railroads of the south are still Washington in these latter days. It The coins are small and hexagonal 1
far behind those of other sections, is to be hoped that the transportation .
some day men instead of round.
There is much *-
agitation at the time relative methods
which between
present to especially those of the west, in ex- who rule the nation from Washingtonwill Jacksonville and Miami has
will enable the farmer to increase his average yield per acre. Meetings are ploiting the opportunities of their trib- be business men, or at least men again been opened with a new steam-I l I 4; - --- i

i being held at important trade centers agricultural trains are being operated utary region. The Southern Pacific, who have had large business experience ship the Van of the Van Line in Brother What did you say to that.
I '
,, ; government and state departments are conducting boys' clubs for instance, spent seven hundred and and not merely men o( whom a service. |fold i chap just now ? : 4
$ corn -everywhere sixty-four thousand dollars last |I Sister-I onl ythanked him for pick
the subject is being discussed for all that with year very large proportion are lawyers,
ing bag
recognize our rapidly (more than was spent by the ten who have no practical experience in Palmetto.-The largest vegetablecrop up my
f f' increasing population the time is fast approaching when every acre must be southern roads combined) on an advertising the creation or management of the in this section in history Brother-My dear girl you must ''r

made to produce its maximum yield in order to provide sustenance for the campaign devoted almost entirely business interests on which the progress closed during the past week. haa// learn not to be so beastly grateful: f ;:. .
It's not done nowadays.-Punch. ititre
to the of Californiaand have realized
people. upbuilding and prosperity of the country are ers splendid returns. .
the far southwest. The UnionPacific founded. Manufacturers Record.GROWING I ISydney.Heavy -- --- ,
-
"We must increase the production is the
per acre cry from .11'point. of spent more than half a million 0 showers fell in 4'1'
the Influential trade bodies attention the dollars the Atchison I I. rare opportunity. fr 7.. !. -
Compass. and
are giving to situation ; Topeka THINGS.Oh this section and the drought is t
., .
and all are agreed on the point that to do this we must increase the fertility Santa Fe, more than half a million; broken. Citrus fruit and vegetableshave a Hoc .f 1'.r Ow. .. .
I child of the and I
y of the soil. This can be accomplished by the of and the Chicago and Northwestern, am a country, been greatly benefited.
intelligent commercial
use than of million. love not the cities grim! t l
1 more a quarter a DownX
f fertilizer' in connection with modern farming methods. The Manufacturers Record to whomwe My heart' is akin to the wild things No Money

Rotation of crops, drainage intensive cultivation proper selection of seed are indebted for these figures, and the woodlands vast and dim Apopka.-Heavy rains in this sec ;
Where the winds and the brook make tion greatly relieved the dry spell and
and of draws a striking comparison in the
fertilizers are the important factors that will solve the
music and faint from his cool re growing crops are looking fine. -
bread. prom of the future. connection. The Southern Pacific and .
the Union Pacific it says have an aggregate treat.
The secret of intelligent fertilization is to have the food needed by the plant mileage of seventeen thousand Comes the voice of the thrush at even Wimauma.-Truckers in this sec- five Years Time A: :

? available at the proper time. In order to conserve the soil. you. must maintain nine hundred and thirty-six miles in a madrigal wild and sweet. tion will start to plant celery seed ,j

its fertility and to'do this fertilizers' the medium. and their aggregate expenditures for about July 1. There is a large acreage
are principal Oh T child of the and of land cleared Give rmrrbmnrrm. Five ..* TeB-aer i
advertising were $1,283,217 in 1913. am a country, being and the acre. ,
I; There has been a .general feeling that the only place where fertilizers can "With nearly three times asmuch the orchard knows my tread age will .be larger than last year. Tracts l. LIBERTY PARK !. parties ;I.

be used with profit ii on soils which "e becoming deficient: in i their fertility. mileage fourteen southern roads, i When the boughs shine white with > was will Improve tM !..*. 1st elM 'k', '

p.. :Such is not the case. Suitable plant food can be added to the:.richest of our which make up a total of forty-nine blossoms an ,dthe buds lie pink Pierson.-Nice rain. in this section preal.lty. t. K1.slrree. .. .... tare i'With '

?, .sbils with great pro6t. 'Mr' -- thousand miles of track. invested In and red I have greatly benefited all growing f "
this way a little less money than the And hand in hand in the moonlight go which had suffered from the '
For crops' |
instance In soils
: general the rich black the
of 'belt'.re
prairie com two roads whose work has producedsuch my soul's beloved and I, drought. Such a Chanceroaa. S
---Iookecl: : upon ai the richest soils in this And need words to ..ff...
( among country. Yet their fertility is wonderful results on the Pacific we no question no j O ......
I not well balanced' for the great cereal crop that they produce. As a conse- COBHt." words to make reply.Oh Dr. M. De Fleury of London says .. /al. ran ... loom ow. Your. OWB I'.'- l t''",

quence, the increasing proportion of immature is causing serious I "These figures! the Record adds love is a nervous disease. Here !. tae _0.' Pnvorrd aeello. .f ti .
corn a prob
"are of pre-eminent significance. In I am a child of the country, and I o Florid.. t" '
lem. This i I
can be effectively and profitably corrected by the application of a them may be found one of the main I I love the fields at morn. The chrysanthemum is served as a "

,r plant food high in available phosphoric acid-the ingredient of plant food reasons why the Pacific coast has developed j Where the air comes fresh and fragrant salad in French households. CO.Wrile, KI..or l_rail..on II. M. I1HKAKKK '
Florida.
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t; a which has so much to do with the ripening of corn. Moreover the oat crop, more rapidly than the south. and the joy of the day Is ; ."

which aggregates millions of bushels in the middle be In natural advantages the south; is far I born. '
west marvelously
can
Loud carols the cheerful robin to the
superior to the Pacific coast. It is capable -
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improved by supplying it with suitable ingredients to give it (the oat plant) of producing! a wider variety of linnet over the way.

s an early start so that the oats are filled before the extreme heat and dampness I crops and at a larger profit. It has a And the growing things and the birds f

of summer cause the general spread 'of disease, which under our present conditions vast extent of mineral resources. It and I welcome the dawn of day. BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES :
has climatic of which -St. Nichola.
advantage
{ works such iavcc. on the great oat crop. |I every ..
I the Pacific caost can boast, and many 0
1 Every head of live stock, every bushel of grain, every basket of vegetablesand i far superior tor the best that can be LIME GROWING PROFITABLE."The i"

every quart of milk that i. .soXJ. ; off of tht.farm removes just that much I found on the Raciftc coast. It was su- lime is coming into its own, a ;
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;. plant food. periority in soil as in climate. It has
p of the below Miami
grove on one keys
Fertilizers are one of the principal mediums by which part of this. fertilitycan "I a well watered country free from the having been sold a few days ago for Yellow_ Pine -I
t; 5 be put back into the soil. ,1 long dry spells which detract from $37,500 in real money. The demand I
the advantages of much of the Pacific -
for limes is than tl.e
Necessity has forced Europe within the last sixty years to double its average 1 coa..t. It has proximity to the center supply, and already when the greater merits of the ;

i yield, per acre. of farm crops. of population and of wealth, as againstthe fruit become more widely known the )
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rte, Inquiry from European authorities as to "how they did it" brings !hegenr_ three the ,1'aeifie-toast-frorrr2h thousand miles which' separate aT Kr w."a-wHl :-4 8_ to plant much: "r'
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enl reply_.. haLlsriiliz.ra contributed(} better greater acreage than now exists to begin
pet cent ; preparation of the > and yet the jouth has not matched in EVERYTHING--
*j soil. 25 per cent.;. better seeds 15 per cent.; better crop rotation 10 per cent. i i development, nor in prosperity the Increase they to can be sell.able to produce as many as :

?i t The minister of agriculture of France states that in intensive farming the I and amazing advance that has

yields have been increased: from the effect of fertilizers 70 been' created in the states along. the
per cent. ; better Pacific." ABDICATION."Aren't .

:, preparation of. land. 15 to 20 per cent.; selection! of seed and improved vari f It is cheering to note however.that you the general of this lit- TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE

eties. to 10 per cent. I the railroads of the south are realizing tle army?"

If from 50 to 70 per cent. of the average increase in Europe from I their opportunity and their "I was," replied the swarthy sol- .
i comes tion in this respect. In 19lO the dier. "But I have resigned. I'm tired
t fertilizers are we not led to the conclusion that the missing factor in
ern railway spent $76,000 or of 'waiting with great dignity in my -
k r is the use of such fertilizers; ? Americ.1 age of $11 per mile for Obuga'j tent for meals to be served. I wait HAVE IT '

- -- - _. tention to its territory; in to be a member of the foraging party
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spent $211,007 an average of $ and get a chance at the provisionsfirst

t'' r':\ O 090400000,00044040 t.O on the section line from Brevard to mile. The Central of Georgia . hand." 'We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades, of i ?

04, -fr. Lake counties. I vancad from art expenditure of $14 per I lumbers-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring
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O LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. I hope to see some of your enterprising mile in 1910 to $19 per mile In 1913; ,.
; people take this matter up, I the Atlantic Coast Line from $13 to: Sash Shingles Laths, Window and Door Frames Moulding Tr. 7'' '

+ + ++ + + + + -o.c.. + + oOooOo + oOo + and as a property owner- in Orange $16 in the same period; and the East KISSIMMEE FURNITURE of all-kinds. Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.
county I will do Coast of Florida railway from $30 to]
r' everythingpossible to
_ 'ir ': Jacksonville, Fla.| June 29, 1914. assist in the matter. $51. The Seaboard Air Line spent We also carry a complete line of Brick,Lime Cement, Paints a

:/ .1 t "Kisslmmee Valley Gazette" I Very truly nearly fifty thousand dollars last year I COMPANY Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you every IJ 1 f,1'
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r. ri,' Kiaslmnvje.; Fla. V. I for constructive publicity.-Atlanta for ,
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SEVERANCE. Journal. '. thing your house or your barn, from ground to roof.
1-i n Gentlemene:' The tax payers of the Jacksonville Fla. . Under Entirely New Management J "

,.' southern part of Orange county appear i I ,. FURNITURE 'J1 .
Sanford.-Sanford THE REIGNING FAD.
if; .to be treated by some as though Development '
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'Corporation capital stock I wait for this Household Furniture from Kitchen to
'fR they were not a part of it Having organized G. E. $300,000.1 I "How long must prescription I
; president +
f lived in that I feel of New ? Attic, a Fuji\ and Complete Line.
\ vicinity sure. the ery York; vice-president Walter "About thirty minutes," answeredthe

r people around Taft and all through ,, S. Adams of Louisville.. Ky.; sec I druggist; "but you can occupy BABY CARRIAGES Estimate.RE

;. that 'country to the east. and westprefer villa re ary-tre.aurer. M. J, Moss of Pln.// your time pleasantly. Here is a : i:
: Ky.; plans td acquire ..
to do their trading and other I coupon which entitles you, to admission 'Splendid Line of Handsome Baby !
: 1.295 city blocks in :
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o Sanford : to our, moving-picture show. Carriages and Go-Carts. Let us
i-, business lit_ Kisstmmje. That whole 525 acres at Robinson I Contractor Estimates house
I. i Show Them to You on- bill receive
country"1.! destined to be one of the I f Springs, 8,000 acres on Lake Monroe,' Mrs. Cronan heard her little granddaughter prompt attention, i,: t
'greatest truck districts in Florid; as |' 4,000 acres on St. John's river twenty- I. if BICYCLES '
in
e. rr'h.. jalrotidy been demonstrated. I believe seven celery t.nn..f five and ten', Margaret crying. as pain' r
kI the lower part Orange county acres, 400-room frame hotel eta; 1m.1 I land hastened' to the 'child.the.e ,_ ', Ivor Johnson Bicycles with Coaster
tT1Inquired
i "Why; deari what Is matter 1.
; Yellow '
provement plans Include replacing Pine }!
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r and should;I-Ieo ba anrsxed.to< believe 'without Oseeola doubt county if it. tel witht 200) room brick structure: > with an ,.MrsCronan: ,'' "Did: ,you:.meet. Brake at 'Bargain. Lumber Co. ; ;

': 'v'ettn1be'put'te' :arGt.ithre; 4; rtll.of.the costing$300,000.::'"' '---P --,|I i fNo-ao./ ;'gran4malw;! !sobbed l'Jr. V>Margariet ; 4 'Kissimmee .

peopJewUI.\ rote that"w.y.. I'would "It ."...n.t..n accident! :M. oh.sW Furniture CO;
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: suggestT th"4"unty line 'to be I Io. "Bargains[ BargainI Bara i..i ,or did purposefHarpea.Mag- Phone 195. Kittinunee, Fla.

."*j-'r'T'>ik) t+ortb, .of' rhere'it. nowjs, and! Dollar Day July. 11," "'u e.; t-. i', Sid Iroidwi>r. E.: O. Garla.d. Mgt IV Ik f I

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: FIGHT .. ,COME' ONI LETS. MAKE' IT,-A IIU.. SMASHING S ,7CCESS. '".,1 ,.,..' . ,. BUS' AND 'SHOOT 'OCCUPANTS, :

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large batch of te : O L. ,L' A'R 'DAY I 00000404-.0.. 040.40. .. bus. jumped out and captured the Can: '
'protesting against '''. . I men. after a severe struggle In which
"o\. \ Peter A. Dignan .. .:VICTIMS DOING'ELt ? ,. all three were badly cut and;braised. ".
(' .Jacksonville. '' I with revolver butts bricks and '
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'Fletcher reiterated J.ULV > (Orr ndo.=Victim of th.'shoot-.* mall pocketknife," '
':.'. the fight of his life 11 : 1 ing scrape near Orlando last Saturday H. D. Everett ''ono- of the passesgersr '
;r: 'confirmation.i evening are doing swell an insurance) agent living here!
i Senator Fletcher < as might be expected. Webb Syl- *: cut a deep gash In the neck of J. S.'
1 j. the interest of DOLLAR DAY MEANS BARGAIN DAY. 4 vesterwho is said by Hopson to *i Tyner claiming Maine City as his' r
cratic party to 4 have caused a split between him-1 4' home, A friend andaccomplice of
"'", man for the 0 self and his wife, has sufficiently Hopsonthe' third assailant, refused;
? A when Your Dollar Will More and Go Further, Right Here in Kiitimmee .
'.. ahip than Thomas Qay Buy 4 recovered from' the effects of to give his name, but it is thought bet J
\ Dignan. If Senator anywhere"! 4.:bullet wounds received to leave also lives in Clennont and nay be a.
11, meet him half way In the sanitarium and go to his* + brother of 'Hopson. -, He",is severely +
ator Fletcher will A DAY WHEN ALL THE MERCHANTS OF -KISSIMMEE WILL OFFER SPE 4 home. A. F. Kuntx, the Colony + cut about the scalp from blows from.

;... finish against INDUCEMENTS FOR YOU TO COME AND BUY. 0 bus, Ga., traveling salesman who the butt of a gun. ,
r..: l 0 was more serious than ,A passing auto hurried Kant to *
A Day of Mutual Benefit to All Who Have Anything to Buy and All Who Have 4 any other p .. ,inured.'bus, O local hospitaL, The' machine used by.,
t. .Father Used thins to Sell.Residetes '- 4 is considered on the road to *bso;+ Hopson'brou ht in"the three troublemakers )

lute recovery. and the bus soon followed,,witl.:) ,
,On of Kitsimmee should\tun out DOLLAR DAY and purchase Everything 4 Its passengers... .
i 06000 044400000Q+ 0 Hopson and his-pals made ftei affortj
Need. ..
t' Then'. +- ; to flee and .war, ,lodged;
'Out-of-town People Should,Take Advantage of DOLLAR DAY It will mean Dol. OrUndo-HflLn OrlaiBo auto and bus running between Jail after having! their' wound dDper4ofje .....fl-. ... '
Oakland '
w in their Pockets to come to, Kiitimmee, and participate*in this, big trade day. stooped by th\>ee armed IUtn last Saturday was Reticent. ..f "
Fort Lauderdale.
BI'!h" 'They: refused to mak statement; .
ft. the information LET'S ALL PULL TOGETHER AND, .MAKE THIS THE BIGGEST BUSINESS _. four mile ou 6t Orlando" 'andoneof.te to newspaper representaUveiUNaude*.. .,' "\
kI __ physicians at a -- - : partyjumped 'on to the tails are obtainable reference to the .,
hospital that his KISSIMMEE EVER HAD iif'tt; step, emptying a pistol promiscuously domestic troubles ,that_seem.to.have'
," ,bent from him among' the ten passengers. been the cause of the attack,
beyond .
;, which he was ; The assailant was H. F. Hopson, a mill the statement of Hopson; as he began d..'

--_ berger.a young __ ,_ __ __ -- - '. worker' living. in CJermoot. wJuu laim- flrinsvthat Sylveitet) 'was th. man. he.. ,,j
'-. tied here from : ed that Webb Sylvester, one of the wanted to get. .- :--r- 11''
.e. : two boys, George \ _:__ passengers, had stolen his wife and He and his pal went to Winter Gar '
.\ eight and seven secreted her in Winter Garden. One den on the bus and learning that Sylvester .'
IY wood two miles shot buried itself in the roof of the '
I was to.come to Orlando the
heLjyornbly hacked I I FATHER CURLY BISHOP bus and the balance found refuge in oa
GRAND JURY INDICTS hired an auto to' chase
,'. a atchet and ended I IN PENSACOLA ,I" OF CATHOLIC DIOCESE the anatomies of various passengers. retunt'trlP1 ftor passing the' bus he
.carbolic acid. When The most seriously wounded is h. C. forced the--driver of the.machine"-atii
chance passerby the ) of the exist TWO COMMISSIONERSTampa.Two "St Augustine.-Beautifully decorated Kunz, a traveling--man in the employ pistol point, to stop the car and halted,
ing in the agonies of at New Or- for the solemn occasion and crowded of a Columbus, (Ga., book supply the bus driver in the same r. .
,children were city commission to the doors with both atholica and house, who has bullet wounds in right Sheriff Gordon had been told the
; their own blpod. an active cam Protestants, the cathedral was the arm and both hip. Webb Sylvester trouble between Hopson and Sylvester", P
conveyed to the ho of rats. members qf the boardof : scene of one of the most impressive was'Shot in right hip and his brother and was on his way to'Wlate Garden
:, . where their death is demonstrated that county commissioners have been arrested ceremonies of the Roman Catholic had. his left elbow shattered. All will while the shooting,was going'on..
pected. The wife the fleas that car on indictments handed down by faith, the elevation of recover, but Kuns lose a limb. He
a priest to a may hurried:back to Orlando In time to
trated with at live, is the most the grand jury. Phil-Collins is charged The Not ..
,, grief bishopric. Rev. Father Michael Women. Injured take charge of the gunmen, whUe they
.' the plague to hu with obtaining money under false J. Curley with this becomes There were two women in the bus
ceremony were being treated at the hospitaL H. '
,AUTOMOBILE the first letting and James M. Jackson with bishop of the diocese of St. Augustine, but both escaped uninjured. As soon hopes to,get statement from them
in which he is interested a .. .
__ STATE rid of'as a means a. contract youngest bishop of the church in the as the,,!firing ceased the men in the I tomorrow. : - .,. --" ",
Councilman E. R. Murrayof world. The prelates and priests officiating -
Plans for an of the public the Tenth ward was arrested on at the consecration were; I
tour or-the state, before Mayor the charge of improper payment of Consecrator and celebration of pontifical ARCADIA SHIPS LARGE ORLANDO TO HAVE' ,
< the commission poll taxes. Other arrests and since high Rev. QUANTiTY OF PRODUCE
touching west mass-Right Benj. J. fu. OOUNG PLANT
t to Jacksonville and existence of the the grand jury reported Saturdaywere Keily, bishop of Savannah, Ga. <

foe: the state and advised : Deacon-Rev. M. Fox of Orlando. Arcadia.-Arcadia has shipped, to Orlando.-Orlando, which ,leads' aU .
:. Goad Roads as the part pf Pen- : Charles M. Wall, four charges. of SuD-deacon-ReY. P. J. Bresnahanof be exactr 1,461 'carr citrusfnrtt.; other -the state in packing,
''borne laid by E. B. the possibility of. operating gambling houses or lottery Sanford. twenty-five cars pf watermelons, three house facilities, continues to grow with i
'. -of the Automobile the disease here. or bolita games. Deacons of honor-Rev. M. McNally cars of tomatoes, three- tan. amazing proportions In that Una.- 1
ciation, and other important step is II Tom Sample, charged with having S. J., of Tampa; Rev. ''r. Benedict, toes and. 1,250 crates of vegetables*. Two laige trick wings .ban,been
1 ers, according to rats and rodents voted illegally in precinct No. 25 'in O. S. B., of St. Leo college. Figuring 350 crates to the car, added to the packing house of A. J. '
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,.. 1 Miami. The return free from rats, the primary of June 2. Co-consecratora-Rieht.: Rev. 0.. B. there were 501,250 crates of citrus 'Nye, which I I" already one.of thehet
p W' tlon is to be made members of the Manuel Suarez, alias Glego, charged Corrigan D. D., auxiliary of Balti- fruit in the 1,461 cars, which, at $2.60 equipped In. "lorida, and which last, .
Florida east coast city immune from with operating a lottery.Joe more; Right Rev. P. J. Donohue, D. per crate f. o. b. Arcadia, shows an winter during'the busy
the Quebec-to-Miami cannot be com- Alvarez and L. Prida, chargedwith D., bishop of Wheeling W. Va. output of $1, 53,125 worth of these carloads a 'day for aeaaon.Jackedten : ,
The trip which has person to another operating a lottery. First master of ceremonies-Rev. products alone. period. It was one of..the busiest
... will require about a flea which lives Claudio Alonzo, two charges of operating M. Maher, D. D.. of Jacksonville. Add to these figures $11300 ....Uz- .places In Orlando, and the d.Uy.n-,
: and, although a ( Therefore kill a lottery. Second] master of ceremonies-Rev. ed on the can of melons, tomatoes, .dezvous of many visitors who watched
I yet been'selected, the can exist. I Miguel Morales, charged with keep-. J. Nunan, D. D.; of Fernandina. potatoes and vegetables and you have I with wonder the swift'..movement,of t
1I'npll"from the immediately de ing a gamblinghouse.. Third master of .ceremonies-Rev. the handsome sum of one million, two .the golden fruit *,
E be of Interest to 'I't. of five cents George Adams and Joseph Romero, William Barry of DeLand. hundred and sixty-one thousand and
:, at the board of charged with Charles M. Wall with nine.hundred and twenty-four dollars BRIDGES
county COMMODIOUS c ,
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: "It has been hall. All rate keeping a gambling house. ELKS' CLUB HAS FIRE.
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should run north as by Dr. F. A. E. R. Murray, councilman from the -..:..- PALATKA GAS PLANT .. i nuw BfmGfIU; ; fW,
cross over by the t, to ascer- Tenth ward, for alleged improper pay- Tampa.-The $100,000 Elks' build . ,
1 WILL BE ENLARGED: '
.. Klssimmee, and then are infected. lug poll taxes. ing narrowly.escaped destruction Monday Whatever :the outcome of the die
/i-eteritDurg ana The grand jury charged Mr. Collins when an old frame building nextto 'Palatka.-Attorneys have concludedthe cu..lOll of the- width -of the'road between '
. cities." with allowing a convict working on it, and which was used as a livery sale of the Palatka Gas Light and .'Plant City and Tampa, one
x AT PLANT CITY the roads Jn his district to be placed table, 'was destroyed by fire.. The Fuel company to the Solomoh-Nor. I thing is assured, and that Is 'the
-. MIAMI HOUSEBOAT on the pay rolls as a guard at $30 per flames damaged the Elks building to cross company of Atlanta Ga., bridges being the desired site- Temporary
t. : A new publishing month and with entering into a contract the extent of about $500, but the firemen I, The Atlanta company wIll, it is an- structure, have been built '
in-Plant Cjty for construction work in his district managed Miami, Fla:-At East Hillsbor- in violation 'of the state law, from serious h rm. The old stablewas plant and give Palatka a twenty-four- are at work putting (.n concrete foundationr ,
Friday morning the The offi which prohibits letting of .contractsfor the'property of C. E. Boulware.. hour electric_service, something that ...for ,the- _- ridcea. These
-@.-. fort owned by W. C. all Plant City more than $300". without advertise LO amounted to about $3,000 with has been devoutly desired here for will be of -width sufficient to handle'I
,110 totally wrecked by an president; J. W. ment. i Ino insurance. several years. all tho traffic for some time to comer
i it; lion, presumed to be [ ; G. R. Garner The Solomon-Norcross company is and the larger bridges. willbe.Jreln-'" f
and the debric! secretary i I extensively interested in electric light forced with steel. They will be built
,broke out in the There will be ,. 00000000000000..0000000000I and power work. in the south and flush with the road thus doing away
I j The boat occupied for by the' upon acquiring the Palatka property with the bumps and jo)ts.encountered_
at $100 share i immediately to get things In in' those ,
the; Biacayne Yacht a i! proposer crowing now in. usePlant1*
about sixty feet from a daily pa- shape to give modern first class senr City Courier. '*
.., though it was doing job {' I The Favorite Store of Kisaimmee f Ice _J
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two I I VOLUSIA IS BUILDING .
persons were
GOOD ROADS WIN
boat, indications are I HARDSURFACE ROADS
CLEAN VICTOR -
inhabited' i
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. Before next winter' Yolusia County ,
{ RECALL ELECTION OFFICIALS I Our Tools,Are rz11'''" AftDM'' Zolfo, Fla.-Tuesday's election resulted will have completed\. the hard surfacing .
' : FOR ST. in a sweeping victory for the of much of the' main highway
: of the board of 'i l1li good roads enthusiasts of this district. through that county. L..JB.Knox' of '
'; .. was decided on I 4e'e They turned out en masse and Bulow a pioneer good roads booster''
Petersburg. of citizens held : : worked "tooth and nail" '
I' On thS toe to create of that section and one who has eon
i -commls8 call petition.onera took ( of ten I! qq care + a special road and bridge district out tributed largely ,to'1 good roads'Work i
and cir- of commissioners No. 6 with
'" 4( prepare 5YsIIWsatToolrtkatwiW district; there, stated this morning that be baa
setting July 28 as the "
voters of St. .. registered vot-I the result that an overwhelming mac been assured by the Yolnsla county '
,' t.heil'fip8t.b sary 20 per 1 ority of our taxpayers declared in fa- commissioner that -the last. mile 'of +
--- f needed tot ?:- ) tor creating the-special district and t1 Volusirhtgbw4y; .' ,

: -S In missioners adopting the The mass meet- bonding eagle: in the .sum of $3 (),OOO the St.Johns line and the Knot and ,., ? ,
wishing to expressed have the hour, and a f \ LAST. It PAYS' yea to bay for. hard roads and. good bridges. Beed grove through Bulow Kanunock.' ,<,:&"

rest earliest settled.Possible Citizens date prominent heard of the severely present citi-i | that load.l We keep took' .f ;11L FLORIDA. BACK IN THtrAPPROPRIATION BILLS,I I Johns John will soon Anderson completes be bard;.the boulevard surfaced.bricking When this of will the St. ,

.ably petition will for hold the a recall. The recall of alii| I die BEST QUALITY ..ly. \ Washington.-.On: motion of Senator i make a complete highway south either \; ;

week to nominate an was urged, and D. U.' Fletcher of Florida, the Orlando In the Interior or en down
a but dis- : x
one. commerce committee of the senate oe.sU '
tion ,ticket. If yon require bilk grade took. it is to year advantage t. c... ... !fa'; Monday restored to the rivers and on I It. < *' -, ,_*. .'
Tt'
present '
harbors bill appropriations for ? TOWNS.WANT _
the
ble ter Candidates race .to now ; aped ear stock. four projects in Florida These are I I 'i BETTER TRAIN SERVICE L
the Oklawaha7Kisslmmee '
Ca-
cisioT of the SUPPORT,
loosahatchee rivers, and the canal connecting 'Palatka..-, ecretary: 'Folsom' of the ,
Farmer, to:succeed C. '
commissioner of works Voters of Flor ; the Apalachicola river with board of trade U home from a trip to
succeeded J. G. ; you sincerely i CUT: : St. Andrew's bay. Gainesville.? where be attended a meeting -* e
CROSS [ Much interest in these three of
JII' of pairs and mayor; you gave me for : centers members'of trade organizations ,
-i president of the of commis river .project In,.south Florida and Gainesville, Ocala. Palatka, Hawthorn _
y_ .-SucceedJT. J,_JNojrthrup: in the primary the fact that the appropriation. ,have and a committee 'from Florida '
if. -of safety., : count shows been restored to the bill-in the.senate Couneil-No.-63.tUnitod----Commercial-; t
(; forty-seven (47)) will be welcome pews to hundreds of Travelers,, to consider'.the, subject of
: and
' TRACTION ENGINE ) counties of;the = people who have used every effort! to better local passenger service. -in and
GOES : 'of 15,900. get the projects favorably viewed ,by out of-the cities named., I
remarkable one the engineersCONTRACT Schedule showing1 morning and
r Palatka.-The ; of evening train in.and'out
loyalty my ., of Palatka,
enginejand six trailers have words to LET FOR Gainesville Ocala! were presented '
",.r three men, went into RIP :SAWS >NEWcIIQOL-HOUSE ,and it was shown that desired changes
q river while.crossing on a high Wauchula FUu-A contract for the''could i b* .brought about,without requiring .
at this place. -The and at no time construction: a new school building the railroad companies) to,go .,)ff
to Crescent City that might has been let Marshall & Sanders.,of 'to 'the, expense :of equipment other "
-road-building draw qualities and &. The great i that HOLD their .... Screwdrivefs; Out NEVER slu> TwsJ.it bex-- .'. Lakeland being.lowest bidders' and I than that now used. It was finally decided -> if" w
over the was I received that W. B. "
by you, feel ; the contract. e Taylor Gairtesvill*. ;
between it and the measure due to ; weed. ,.... .akeld ly ACCURATE. Thai .we Icatp,Wre 4",eaJB. ; : The new building will be similar In be requested to draw up a petition' addressed ,' y
t when suddenly an and right. The ., appearance* and exterior finish tQ the to the Florida Railroad ConW

structure gave the 'machine way.Driving In me and my ; Ida..,.Hack Saws, Hasusers ... ....... Her;yea, get sjsdy. t the."" ",< present building. It will be built.igh* mission'. ,, setting' forth the many existing $ '
'success makes tr feet from the present buildiagiaad, cri..ce.and': ; requesting'
tWideman and en ope; I periods of my : J best at Cheapest 'Prices. ,o.r-ateck': Is.a ..*., saver.CasBJa aasl' U is the. plan e to connect t be A two ....bearing of ,the commission oa,
r a helper named .. : _. ; : : ., .. in the ke Attaatic : ,"
t "V. .. ...">v3 -* fyr -1. V building* .-b. peat future.. .: complaint to filed that the '
from! East-Palatka all eincerfty. ; (10 Coast Lioa"' .
eM ..vy... destl. kin alasIn.. pasaengejr afrvic
to PalatkaNona of I + :: \ : _. .. y ;. '-.. tShy .y JU.ttw'l' -' ..,The:Jacksonville Union,.Stock.'Yards as-applied to accommodation local!! tar"Gainesville. '"*.
4drownedbut It wee,a' Mily'RAJ; : i: <-;'"; baa 'be n.hippiae'on'an: average, of Ocala and Palatka does): ..

1:&"". n.Mr.;'Wideman' I '! of Agriculture.. roar cars of .cattle per,week,' acqord not....t..wJth the:endorsement oft .j, ,H1
cut on the bead and r s hit to Manager Jv Cook. The company traveling inlbUe. - : <.'\ .
.broken, while the other Ds:;c oM/.rd a'It 'Com a"1-I expecte te'ahip as many'...teuicar. "" -' '' . ; _... rt -, .' .""."... .
'.I, ..sWerahiyrbakenr, ; "has" ;f : : .per i weak.by about,the,, first,-of,eat .. ..FoetMode.-.Tint. Nstionsl .
-tnoroughlywikea with of ,which the : _th.:. et..Vort..J&e eto.1aa.anew --.
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f;' '. IMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIMMIIIIIIIMIMI. , ,I BATISTE. ,rROCK. Banana: of: Value. j LINED. GOWNS KISSIMMEE'PLAYS -



,i . a Society Vote& ; alftt D.sign,5iitgblS"Fert6iali ": As JufHtiotts'Food', Mad? .With'6trpes" ( Running GAME AT BALL.PARK'' 4,,1 :

: Glr"" Sum".p Wardlo and AlwaysorTSate.Thcidea
..... In Many Different Directions.MORNINU .
: s1 ".ILMaltle dells Harris Editor.) (Continued 'from page one.)

1 L -M w9 .'- : \ that fruits;:; should be eaten I Lough man the advantage'of'-a home I.

1 ,..Reqaest U made to all patrou of'lie V:aUey.Gazette.to seed.item. r { 1."in their season" cause* limitations run pn the start. That did not seem "
/ I as regards variety temperate zones to .rattle the home team; however, and; 4''

; ei f society,nub to. the Editor for .publication in $ ese .columnsIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll at certain periods of the year.There : though'they did not siore-themselves
; : is, howevere, one fruit which ts'' usually 4 until late In the game the Loughmanscore

j available in American markets at / was held down* to that first home \
f/ i nearly all seasons That is the ba. : I, run until the fifth inning.! It was a .

"' Ice Cream Social. Mother'*' Club Meeting I I(nana. It is unfortunate that an article : I I give and take. proposition during those'' :
'
I of diet which meets so many: nutritive -: I four innings but the fifth proved a ,
The Ladies' Aid of the Prei
> society The "Mothers' Self-Culture club mete I requirements and is so easily i iI i Jonah for the Kissimmee team. .
l4 I' byterian church gave their weekly th I with Mrs. Ingram at the last regular obtainable should be the' subject of i iI ')y >Srf I Loughman scored six, and a great sigh ..;
cream social Tuesday afternoon on {
e: meeting. The president read the first re'A< tt3- M v much misunderstanding among both I .t went up from the grandstand. 'i).
g h J, porch of the manse on account of th I psalm and then the Lord's Prayer was :4ltltfx'fzAb,8.ddts ( physicians and laymen. The banana t tW Up to this stage: of the game La- ,
rain. It was quite a success in spit e in After the business ) : ''IIi I the home .i";
repeated concert. shipped from tropical or semitropical I Breck had been pitching for .."
oftberain. --0Moonlight -- I of the club was attended to the regions in a green ,unripe state. 1 II team. He drtipped out and Barze took;
Excursion. following program was rendered: ,' I! The color of the peel gives evidenceof i I his place in the box, and, believe, us, -
.', On 'Tuesday evening, July 7th, whc I I "The Value fo a Varied Imagination / zl the degree of ripeness. The' green I i that Loughman bunch quit grinmiTU - .
the moon, shines bright on old Tohc_ as un Equipment for the Work of (- *' ,t skv54.8 F ; ety banana contains, exclusive of the skin, and )fret busy. But it was no use, they -.::i

L h. pekaliga, there will be an excursion I| Life"-Mrs J. I. Overstrej-t I II about 1 per cent. of protein and 20 to > I (couldn't/ budge that score.
The boat will leave Captain Johnson1,; Reading, "Fairy Stories"-41. re. II I ,25 per cent of carbohydrates almost Harze proved a big surprise. His
Karl Lupfer entirely starch.In balls hummers and the team rallied 1
dock at 7:15.: Refreshments will b(! I I w I were
: served and a jolly good time is promised ," 1 Rl'ltdJnlCvh,,! Ai" the Main Ethical the ripe banana with yellow I II I to him splendidly. Loughman was
1\ I I'ii. to one and all, old- and young. I'I' Teachings of the (Fairy Tales ?_. brown peel the edible part contains I blocked at every turn and Kissimmee

'I(' ;s Auspices of the Ladies' Aid society, ( :Mrs. J /. Roberson somewhat less (16 to 19 per 'cent.) of was able to make two scores in the .
\\0, of the Christian church. |, Reading, "t''Vh at ix the Earliest carbohydrate but that which> (naina: seventh inning. ,4I.uBreck ../ ,
..r, l ----<0-- Manifestations of the Existence of is now almost entirely'in the form of I has been considered! the.strung -/t
1,+ I" Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Entertain. Imagination in the (Chlld7"1lr.' W soluble sugars. Broadly speaking, : pit< ht-r of the home team but ft:
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Crawford enlertained ; B. :Makinson I t then, the ripe banana is about one- proved! disappointing to the fans in the
.f I Monday evening in honpr of f Song, "I>i"kory l )hck! ".Ellanor fifth sugar/ ; the green, one-fifth i first game. It is only fairto say, how.Iil.

/. Miss Vea Parker of Bartow who i th.. Overstreet. rv.f starch. Most of the remainder of the \I Ii Ii ever, that he went into the game yesterday -
; .' truest of the Misses Lee. Dehciou.. Delightful. refreshment" were) -er1 \ edible pulp is water. Intermediate I with his pitching arm out of

refreshments of ice cream and rake 1 eel by Mrs. Ingram, assisted by KllanI degrees of ripeness present starch and II condition and really should not have' ,.
were served. I Overstreet. The next meeting! will i r to a. sugar in reciprocal proportions vary attempted to play at all. Backers. of T.
: Those who-enjoyed the evening were be held on the evening of July 10th ing between the limits set above. I the team .consider him good material '.,
i Mr. and Mrs. Woodbeck, :Mr. and :Mrs at the Chapter (House! with :Mrs. :Mak I Inasmuch as bananas are commonly) and feel, ,confident he will prove his '

.' Andre van der Meersch! Mrs. Meiklp.) inson hostess. Every mother interested I eaten uncooked, it is obvious that moreor worth in future games 4 -
/ Jon Mr. Livingston MrR Norton :MrMcCaughcn in the welfare: of her children ism i less raw starch will be ingested if i e% ,1 Barre Winn Crowd.: -' -

' ; and"Misses\ :Mildred and: (J'l'd to be present the fruit is nol..ri *_ "., if thenikin < That youngster. Uarze veredh"im-
Vivian/Leo. : _ has not begun to shrivel and darken. i self with glory. lie went into the box

.t" Rr't Young LadeHe',; Sewing Club Knlcrtaincd. FINE'):; MN(;TREE.:. I Raw starch may be singularly irritating -, wyy s''r. preened for a scrap and the first twist -;
/\ \ to the alimentary tract of man of his pitching arm looked like business *
;i. ': ( Misses! Phyllis Jarrel entertained! 1 In the picture of J. II. WoodlieiVp! and at best is poorly utilized, whetherit The rapidity with which Ix>ugh-
home in this issue of The r. be man was disposed' of in the sixth inning *
,Y. < the Young Ladies' Sewing club Wf> .. Heady morning at her home on Pat Valley Gazette a mango tree in full'' potatoes, chestnuts, bananas or other ) won the ('rowdlnd enthusiasm .
fruit is shown und the heavily lad..n' starch food. No would eat, bulliliil' over again. -T-
i f rickstreet, Th morning wan (-p"nt"fry one uncooked -
tree in attracting much attention. This. j UHKKW. To make the occasion a real celebration c
pleasantly, sewing and dutlt"A )/(. potatoes, yet many upeopl *.
deficjous salad course with sand 1 in the lust year's b..arinand as themango i iI eschew a thoroughly ripe banana in I KisKimmee's new band was on

:t wiches and iced ten were sei ,',.d. .ThOl... | is considered a tropical fruit' -- the belief that this wholesome fruit is --- -- hand to make its first bow to the pub- :\
were :llis .t'H Elizabeth and I altogether it is interesting notetthat "rotten" when the skin becomes darkened Dress designers have a remarkable lie and delighted the audience with J>
present '
(I Anne Carson, Ruth Butler Lucy Wlthi I the fruit i ill full sized and prom- BAT1HTE FHOCK. whereas they eagerly eat the penchant for making the lines of the the program rendered. The band was |
Berta Bryan, Virginia Tiller i iso1 *to mature in fine condition.LAYMEN'S I ,. yellow-green starch-beariRn fruit at a fabric diverge at eccentric angles. The organized very recently and it was a
i and erspoon Kathleen Futch. ---- - -- I stage of incomplete ripeness. "Green" little morning costume pictured here happy surprise,; to learn they were able

4Shakespeare ', MEETING i Quaint and old-fashioned are the I bananas, like "green" apples, are un- includes a hemstitched batiste blouse to appear in public J
i Club. ", lines of the frock in figured batiste, wholesome so long as the starch has and skirt of white pique. The skirt The crowd witnessing the game was

The Shakespjeare: club was delightfully Laymen will meet Sunday after : Valenciennes and net footing which is I not been c6nverted into sugars in the has two tunics, with the, lines running big and good-natured, numbering close
i', entertained Tuesday by Mrs. I noon at the Pastime theater and will illustrated here. Such a gown wouldbe ripening processes. But the delicious in opposite directions while on the '>n 'i- three hundred and t fifty fans of ;
Boice at her home on West Vine street. be led by Rev. L. E. Livermore, which charming for church and for occa- and innocuous ripe banana should not skirt they take still a third direction. all ages and sires, from the shrilled "',{

The club members are at present reading insures a very interl'ptintalk.. A full sional informal parties. There is no be made to suffer in its dietetic reputation :. voice boy of eight or ten years to every
".. "Troilius and Crescida "' Refreshments attendance is desired. The laymen are reason why the small girl should not because of the ignorance of the I 4* 444.4444444444444. : gntndfathpr; in the community I
: of punch, cake and watermelon I reaching out in their I splendid work I have many replicas of it in printed consumer. < Nearly us many women all men were A
.N were served. Those present were Mrs. and are a power for good! in this vicin- crape or voile and in sheer flowered Experience shows that the thoroughly I O* NEEDLECHAFT. at .th,' game and helped' do the root- JjIn

t-"' F. C. Bryan, Mrs.. N. C. Brvan, Mrs. i ity. i muslins or linens, for it is easily made, ripe banana (or the less ripe < C-. /(. ;1/
Prentis, Mrs. Kribbs Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. I By request of the city pastors they just a kimono cut upper portion, including fruit after cooking) is undeserving of | The latest bath slippers are of .> Line-up of Teamx.Ix .
a t Winn Mrs. Lesley Mrs. Sawyer and have been attending mid-week prayer bell elbow sleeves banded with the unfavorable reputation which it white Turkish toweling Theyare : > >ughman- :Stoker; r'. f. ; Safford 3d
Misses Aultman, Bay and Winn. They I meetings at different churches. Attendance Valenciennes and edged with footing. has won in certain quarters. It forms I' 0) embroidered in blue in a ".; (C. found! !, s. s. ; Brarnlage, I. f.;

I will meet with Mrs. Boice next Tues I has been good: and a general I The square neck is defined with two a useful addition to the dietary, rich- < French knot design. < Wallace, p..; Bennett r. f.; Meharge, (l
day. up-liftin spiritual work has been the bands of lace insertion, and so is the er in nutriment end far more delicious !, Longpointed bags of white 1st b.; Kamsdel), 2.1 l b.; Hicks, c.
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1 --0-- I result of their endeavors.DAN.VS I footing edged high waist line simula than some of its more expensive com ratine show a design of blue <- Kissimmee-H. Pound, s. s.; Rob: .
L
+r Senior Epworth League Social. tion. She wears socks, bows on her petitors. 4 French knots. Women can easily ([ its, _'d) b ; I Payne, :lid b. ; Ammons 1st

The Senior Epworth I League gave asocial SALE DRAWS CROWD.) : sandals, and loops of ribbon hold back I __ _ __ __ i I embroider one of these. <.. Ii.; I.a Hreck and Barze, p. ; McCallis-,
) Friday evening in the Sunday her locks above the brow. Care, however school rooms of the Methodist church. Kissimmee witnessed 1t new procedure -I must be taken not to have the : Our Feet Entitled
1' Slips of paper with questions concerning Thursday morning when Dann's I loops too large: for the face below i its pretty colorings as well as by .> : :: l Iy inning : ;.
l-oughmaii )1(10( OliO() ) 000-7Kissimmee -
motto, core, etc., were passed interested spectators 'and prospective I -- -- --- --- I II I worked recommend it to women. ((101)( () (100 :200-2
around to be answered. After which buyers, who blocked the sidewalk in 4 Fillet lace is the thing now- <-
Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman gave a talk onthe front of the store waiting for the First Toys There has been discussion since"the I C- adays. Baby Irish may be bought HASSKNGKK.; FLA.A. .
arrival of humankind the plane of for a song, but fillet is growing >
league work for this year. Refreshments opening of the door and the beginning on C. Wright and Miss Lena Pearce
', of and wafers were of the annual July preinventorysale. reason as to the whereabouts of the < gradually more expensive every 41 '\r-
t ;, punch Should Be Simple were married at this on the
place
; soul in the body writer in the day. Even the tiniest medallion 0)
, served. Those present were Misses Special inducements were made says a I evening of June 18. The t
I <- of it makes ceremonywas
: while for <
a the
News.
Chicago gown I
Lillian Prentis, Kathleen the first customers in the extensive '
Nina Brotton performed at the home of the
the Make 'Em at Home Some have placed it in the stomach table it is being much sought {
), and Margerie Futch Helen Jones advertising campaign preceding I jride's parents and witnessed by
'I Alberta Hobson Mattie Belle Harris, opening of the sale, and from the I others in the bowels, in the breast I II after by women with long purses. j friends '

Maud Alice Wagner Mrs. Zimmerman crowd in attendance it appeared that I or in the brain. I 4444444444444444441 i
II A baby's first toys are his toes and ,
Ivp whatever about
I Knowing'nothing
Mrs. Rutherford, Mrs. Burckhamand there were many "early birds. his fingers, and the beauty of these is : J.
Illesen. Earl Cowager, Ralph Turner The sale will be continued for ten things he can do with them. By 'the subject, I feel eminently qualified I ---- ",
H. L. the to advance a theory of my own inventing ,
directed
Clyde Buzza Billy Burckham, days and is being by
I usually means those more or .
toys one
U. S. W. sales Ev- to wit: that the place of the :f.,
Paul Marks L. Zimmerman Clayton, an expert manager. less expensive manufactured playthings .
Lw'r'. erey day is bargain day but some specially which"have been-worked out by soul is in the feet. JOHN TJ. STETSON UNIVERSITY i .
When I sick of fever which
:-+ tempting leader will be featured. am a
some older person's fingers rather\ than happens often to for sins, LINCOLN .
A Pretty Home Weddinf.At 'mel my HULLEY Ph. D.'Litt.'D.LL. D.. President 4
by the baby's own: But these are by brings .
the home of W. A. Joiner on Orlando KISSIMMEE ODD FELLOWS no means the most Joy>giving.and they my there spirit is nothing like having that my feet peace rubbed to. THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN _,:. '' 1,1 :

avenue; at., 12:30 last Sunday VISIT '.LODGE IN ORLANDO are the least educative It seems as if the nurse can reach and- Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept.> 25 '
Lamb and Miss Lilly
Mr. Thomas' Jf. A mother's first thought in visiting calm that. .vital. spark -of heavenly 40 Pr>f..MK>rs-BTnl. Instructors Tolfege) or Liberal Arts.CollfRf k .J''
F: Marie Tedder were united in holy wed Tuesdaynight party of local Odd a toyshop 1s that she would like to rnlwralty} HulldlnR Of law ,
.lock. 'Rev.S.. W. Lawler officiating. Orlando to attened a flame most directly through my feet. %eres Campus College 'f 1VchnoloK
Fellows went to of its contents for ::9
home most :
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carry And if it should befall me after life Students Lam Tear (client' uf )Itimtni-BR 5
t r; Those present were E. C. Roberts meeting of the lodge, the Important her darling's nursery. Her instinctive to be sent into the region of the lost, .1..1". "..."' Endowmt-nt !ITepnratury! Academy u'
James Buckets Fred York of Live i I feature of which was.theconferring of comment on reading about modern 23.60U Volume In Library No, mal HrhoolMilmol a ''1. 1
and if there be the hideous and heat .
Oaki Mrs. Lee Griffin of Jacksonville, C. B. Johnson and Marshal till! dOO, Pip Organ i>r Merhnnlt ArtsSchwol .
degrees. methods of kindergarten training or ed places of Orcagna's vision, I hope 10( I large Laboratories for Selenc." (if Music. '
T. ,. Tedderof Plaut City, Mr. andMn. i Tyson of the Kissimmee party were playground education is that to carry that some piteous peri not yet long Unsurpassed General Kiiifpinf School nf Fine ArtsMeparare i

c J. C. Willis Conley. Mr. and Mrs. ,, given the second degree together with them out one would need a'deep' pocket enough in holiness to have lost all Uormlt.rlrs for Tuumx mm ..d ruunic ..0...... .rrful dBalB- . j
.e George Saunders, Mrs. M. J. Tedder, I two Orlando members. -'But-a--voryjittle little study of with lxlr. lon .Bd tkBronnrh mir.Ulo.. < krlxlcn and sot mrrtmrlmm tra....1... ,:'
W. A. Joiner. the work completed the compassion suffering even among Kor ratalVKur or clews. for Inform.llon. or fur room ream alto. add '
I After was these methods shows that this is a
the damned, who deserve it-I d.o hope,
r-4' A After the marriage ceremony thee Odd Fellows enjoyed a social session, mistake. Toys are often complex and I that some apprentice and half JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DE LAND FLORIDA. '
say
guests were invited to the dining room, I which refreshmentell'were 1:
during costly, but almost: all kinds of play I human angel will slip down and rub I
r, ;- where an elegant dinner was served. I served. 01* things to play with are
apparatus feet.
i Miss Tedder is i the youngest: daughter The Kissimmee delegation went over absurdly simple and inexpensive. my
r of Mrs. M. J. Tedder and was and made the There have been many railing accusations -
trip
'I in automobiles Many of the materials are to be foundin ''
brought against civilization
;I; handsomely gowned! in a blue traveling beck home after the meeting Tuesday blocks
any house or dooryard, as but they not all be summed and 4
may
.' t dress Mr. Lamb is an employe of night. Among those in the party were: sticks, spools, paper, sand, pebbles, tin typified in the prevalent custom of WdtcIi Repairing Our li-
sY the A. C. L. and makes his headquarters I Mayor Mays. H. E. Swabey, Ed McGee cans, boxes, boards, twigs, scissors abusing feet? I
in Sanford, where the Roberts Red- J ... .
young and Messrs. Nelson paste, beads or pencils.For We inclose them in leather airtight ,, r* j > -
will make their future home. ,
couple
mond, Hstnsel and Boone.The other mentioned in
= t many things coverings, and may this( not be why

.... -. .. .. the books as necessary a clever mother our souls are so hidebound T Whenwe I it "i
will find Substitutes and1make- wish to be particularly civil fwe Sec.8.1 .J J
r shifts', as good or' better .than 'those paint this leather with art ImpervIous :: : t ., ]

suggested. For instance odd bits of polish that the ten' poor prisoners in \ ]

bright r cut in strip. two orthrea4nch.aJong the two black holes of Calcutta maybe 1T
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.
Prescription-Draff Store'- .. )-oneinch.Jriha.lf_ ejcquisJtely.punished.,
r an inch wide, are just as good as strips When I think) of the abuse heapedupon --

bought in packages from the kinder- our feet, how the toes are misshapen 12 t
x garten supply stores. Pictures and by irrational compression, how T ;1 1LU

We Follow theDoctor's letters cut from magazines'and pasted the arches are broken by high heels .
rl
no cardboard make nice picture- and how corns, bunions and abrasions
ti puzzles when cut in pieces. Clay for afflict alike the darling of fashion in I

IS' modeling need not be bought, when her too narrow boots and the laborerin

Orders newspapers soaked in boiling water his hard brogans, and how humanity (
for a few hours and the pulp then climbs on utterly without Initia-
mixed with flour paste will answer the I tive to break the bonds of habit I do

k same purpose. Shells, acorns, moss not wonder at the other things they do. "
"r' and seaweeds have a hundred uses in,+I i j jr
W HEN we put a label on a this connection, and so do many other j 1r r THEY GROW THINGS. IPr o ('l
bottle containing a prescription simple objects that can be picked up I 4

from your doc- around the house' or out of doors. ., Clark Howell has a pumpkin exhibited -

:+ tor-you can be bore that it is There is also a moral value in learning I at the Nelson 'Realty company's
t r I to work with simple equipment.-Ex- office that weighs seventy-five poundsand
4, I ACCURATE in every detail and change. was grown without fertilizer of
CONTAINS exactly the MEDICINE any kind: '

called for. At the same place is exhibited several -
Pictures Cause stalks of corn ten feet in height:
Error hu no place In the Pharmacist's vocabulary-we cro..ed It Moving and having three and four ears to the Our Repair' Department is Complete in Reipect--the BEST in Sooth ..
; out of ours at the tart. No substitution Is allowed and you rt only every
r 1 '. high grade freak drulf' New Disease of Eyes stalk. The corn was grown by Mrs.

E ,All *."lptlons are prepared prumptly-exactly aa. directed by the Brown at Campbell station. / Florida. We make a Specialty of Repairing and Rating Hifa-Grade Watchesof
dOlnor and at a asonable price Why not try us with your. next pre-
;, f' MriptlOBT Acer ding to the London 'chroniclethe MAKE THEIR HANDS PLUMP. aU kinds. Of course, we GUARANTEE all Work. s?
; cinematograph is producing a cin .Soak them for a while each night in
v Special This Week warm sweet oil or olive oil, afterward
disease
ematic eye, a special generated Engraving '
Jewelry ;
the hands Repairig (
'" I by the effort to follow the flicker drawing gloves over oily

g' ... .North BxqUI.lt. Candy-"Worth SmackingTour Lip. Over__h_owe ID..Taleofn and unnatural speed of the pictured! and.wearing them to bed. The.oil can Diamond
j ,Always; /resh-two shipments weekly. tctors. CertainMt is'that the picture be used for several nights In SUcces- Sitting Optical Work -

kal' .Po ...--all Standard Makes -------------I: shows 'are producing eye strain very sion. Snip holes out ,of the backs 't < rI e"
ToU.t Wai.AII Teat'" Brands tepidly a,fact that has been apparentto and palms and finger tips' of the '
: Wary Garden. Hudnut. VanUD. .. ,
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in the practise of his profession for a 1.tt..Oft the hand afterhavingbeen' ., Cole & IJnley
thoroughly cleansed makes them -
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PALACE DRUG STORE aces can be obtained by rightly'-fltt d soft and -white. Rub in untij,! dry. .

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Mrs, Helen Perdew and 'daughter the nose.J.. H. Bryan*,'a'brother who the-''fruit and,truck grown: In OsceohV:'' ,

_<:T!l..phonNo..i.V_ t_. Helen left Tuesday, for Tarpon I live* here, think that only one of the county,Florida,. '
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'_ : where will spend'sevyril
Springs, they' wound*.was made by a bullet and the Second-To secure the adoption and,
Published Every Friday By' weeks. *. Iil other wa done with a'piece'of Iron enforcement of'method..of growing' ')
"w. P. xannts.Weather .. _' County Commissioner: F. B*las ': SPECIALA i or come such Instrument<;, Mr." Bryan and marketing i their 'pr durt.'-tothe-
fl' of ,St. Cloud was looking after business doe not'care, to talk much about the beat possible advantage and ,to build
r" matters in. Klssimmee, lyednes-I' affair'at this time but. he doe not : up a. reputation'' for the1 association. ;
: day: feel at: all satisfied with the Third-To aid in a fair'and..honest

ReportFollowing q Mrs: J. 'C.;., Ledbetter, arid children .. of the coroner's Jury and'will .ndtnt.1 adjustment of air business controvert
left Thursday for( ,Cordele.'Ga. M.r expert'counsellor* to prosecute ,iia .slea and misunderstanding between

' + Ledbetter accompanied them at far as 'The Florida Board of Health says that screens are a positive necessity " tense when the case'comes up before. its members and others : .; 4
Jacksonville,' I for the prevention of malaria and Window Poor and the circuit court. Fourth-To adopt rules and regulations ,
5 are the daily ternperature Mr. and Mrs. El: L. 'D. Overstreetleft Sleeping Porch in the House,,should be Perfectly every Scatrie3L' B. F. Bryan, the slain man, was-a that will,enable the.members of t ,
widower old 'and the association '
and forty-one' to take
I precipitation a* year organized action
" reported by the Government last' Friday for Green Springs the to' 1 ;' ''came from South Carolina;: He was on matters of.Interest to the''a.- } 1
spend a few weeks enjoying pleasures '
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,born at S,' CSeptem lOCi tion. .
Williamsburg. '
" station at Kissimmee for the ', of that resort. That's why you should screen your'bouse RIGHT: NOW with '
bee 4, 1872,, and is. survived by hi* Art.3. M.mbenhip-.Firat.: Air bona i
, week ending July 2, 1914; ; Roy Geiger o( Apopka spent a few! mother, Mr*. S. A. Bryan, three brother .
, -. days in the city-visiting his brothers: SP B. O. Bryan, S. M. Bryan and -,
Max.Mln.Rain Attorney H. D; and Dr. Hugh Geiger. ,' R. C. Bryan, all living in Georgetown, ship. Second.Due for one'year must
Friday __u__._ 98 72 ___ last week. ' ,, S. C.., J. H. Bryan, the brother here Accompany each application for membership u'
Saturday __-__. 96 72 ___ Jas..O"Berry came up from Whittier i I| R. C. Bryan, a son living in Orlando, in .this association. Applica.' M'lion.
S. Sunday .'___'___ 95 70 ..75t on Wednesday to attened the meetingof OPALzed .|and Mrs. W. N. Barnhart a daughter *'hall be filed with the secretary\*>
the county .deQ'l cratlc executive ; living In Tampa. The body was takento prior'to the meeting at which it .U to'
___.___ 94 69 n-
Monday, ; committee.Mrs. I Tampa for burial funeral service be acted upon. The membership. fee

} Tuesday .'_____ 95 71 .12C; Norton and her mother, Mrs. being held 'In Palm Avenue Baptist Is two dollar a year, 60 percent,. 'l,
Wednesday ._._ 96 70 .-- f Wheaton left Monday for Greenville, 1 I church. Mr. Bryan had been a member of which shall be paid to tht lorlda .
..R Thursday ____* 94 71 _u i S. C., where, they. will reside In the of the Baptist church for twenty Growers' and Shippers' 'League,. to ,' rh'
He lived in this section of
i future. years. has which organization each memberwillconsequently :.!
4489.0 OO.OOOOO.OOOO i Florida for several years, bore a good I belong. a
----. -. | Mrs. Geotge Sawyer and Mrs. F. C. reputation and had many friends. He Art. 4. Officer--The officers'of thin ,
- .-- !, Bryan pent Wednesday in Ashton therest WIRE SCREEN CLOTHThis I was an expert distiller and inventorof association shall be a president,'vice-
t I 111 I I I I I I I > I II I I I I I I I I I f ( of Mrs. Sawyer's mother, Mrs. I II the Bryan-Spahler turpentine sepa president and a secretarytreasurerand

I Blackwell. ,rator. : a board of control of not less than
THE LOCAL FIELD. ; Mai. Lamb has returned from a two Beautiful White Satin-finish Screening will give your Window S five or more than seven members, who
I I I111111111111111I1I11111111 I weeks' vacation, which he spent with Door, or Sleeping Porch double the wearing quality that you get from shall be elected at the annual-meeting

1 I relatives and friends in Orange.. the ordinary realty, rusty screen sold in ordinary stores. GROWERS MAKE THEIR to serve! for one year or until XjieifBucccKitor 4
county. are duly elected and qJaU'I', }r
Cole Mrs Cadel fied. The officers shall be. ex-officio ,
Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. ,
Screen Cloth is made of double thick hard '
Opal steel
wire extra board of control.
members of the Sec
Butler Margerie
and Misses Ruth ,
XW..the II. Brokaw tree people., with Grifflng Brothers 40tf"JC I Belle Bearden motored to Orlando galvanized after weaving and has a double thick zinc coated white PLANS KNOWN ond. The association'year" shall"begin'

Monday satin finish. Not only does it give you 50 per cent. greater wearing on the" first day of July and end on i
A. Carson, Jr., was in from the'ranch I I Miss Aultman seeks the appoint- durability but the soft satin finish add to the attractiveness of your the .rat day of June each year.Meeting "
few this week. (Continued from ) .f Association. ..
a days succeed W. J. Sears, nominated page one.
ment to home. Come in andaee it. Costs no more than ordinary screening. : . "
.4..rt.-5.--MeetingT"-RftUa1--meet-
Ed Keen of Orfando was in the city for congress, and is receiving in'gthrougirtheBllAodaU011t ge 'desired '
'Metropolis. ing shall be held at such place as the
Wednesday. hearty upport.-Miami results. Fifteen of these were
board of control the
W. M. Mosely of Gotha was in the Misses Bertha and Beth Bryan accompanied at the meeting Saturday and signed first Saturday in may July appoint, for the on ejection -
last their father, J. H. Bryan, the constituion, submitted for adop of officers for the
city Saturday. W. B. MAKINSON CO. ensuing year, !
!: to Tampa Tuesday to attend the funeral tion. On motion of J. D. Moore, seconded and for the transaction of any business -
C. D. Carroll was transacting business of: their uncle, Mr. B. F. Bryan.Mr. by A. S. Nelson, S. B. Aultmanand which f''
be
properly broughtbefore'the
in the city Saturday. may . .
J. II. Baker, who has been connected S. F. Fransler, temporary president meeting: fr ,
_. Lewis O'Bryan made_a-l,uHinesg-jtrip With the Osceola Pharmacy In j and secretary-treasurer, were Art. 6. Special Meetings-Special yi
to Orlando Monday. this city, left Tuesday for Jac son- elected to these respective offices fora mee tings..of the member may be caff- .; ,
Come to Lawson's Big Clearance ville. v -'-'---- -- period of one year. Andre van der ed at any time on the written'requisition -
Sale for Bargains. Do it now. Wednes I Meersch was elected vicepresident.Clark the
Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman left < of six members for transaction -
The friends of Mrs. W. G.
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Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and Miss Mary day for Syracuse, N. Y., where she Hankins many will sympathize with her in i FRANK BRYAN f made members Howell and of the J. board D. Moore of control were of such business a* may be specified ,

Dixon spent Wednesday in St. Cloud. !I will study art for six weeks and then the loss of her father, whose death occurred to serve with the officers the asso in' the requisition. r
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lancaster are II, visit her old home in Pittsburg, Pa. at his home in North Carolina j ciation. Art. 7T Amendments :Amendments'to
spending the week in Orlando. I L. G. Gregory of Jacksonville, agent Sunday.J. SHOTTODEATH this constitution must be made in''
To Visit the Growers.At .
writing and two-thirds vote of the
in the city .
Roma Thomas left Thursday for for undertaker supplies, was H. Steffee, who Is extensively engaged
Savannah, Ga., and nearby points fora the latter part of the week doing busi- in fruit growing and cattle rais (Continued from a suggestion from Mr. Nelson members present shall be necessary
one.) H
und..rtaker. page that personal visit to for their ado tion.
the ,
with J. W. Thompson, grpwers
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weeks' ness
two visit ing at Green Pond, Fla., drove over
the
throughout the county would do more Respectfully submitted by committee -
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Trlplctt motoredIn to Kissimmee this week and spent a speaking to a little daughter of.Currie's to bring then in touch with the association on constitution and by-law. 44,
from St. Cloud Wednesday to attend Mr. R. C. Weidler, who has been attending few days seeing his many friends. about taking the horse, Bryan than any other appeal, and incidentally A. S. Nelson, Andre van der Meersch .
the funeral of Mrs. Hensley.. the Internationa)) Sunday Mrs. J. M. Lee and daughters, became enraged because she wanted would furnish valuable Information E. G. Vans Agnew. 3r
Mr. and Mrs. Huff will soon leave school convention at Chicago: Will return Misses Vivian, Mildred, Ethel, Mar- I the horse, and, according to testi- about planting to be done Sighed by: S. B. Aultman S. F. 1'
in I home tonight. garet and son John, and Miss Ves mony given, used abusive language. fall S. M. D. Alexan.del'
for Tampa, where they will reside Mrs. Currie called her husband the this a motion was made and car- Fansler, A. Nelson a
the future. Mr. J. H. Woodall and family movedto Parker left Thursday for Daytona house to ried authorizing president to ap- I). Barriere, J. M. Winstanley,
to the abuse
tif
Bargains at Lawson's. Come today. Lakeland Wednesday, where Mr. Beach, where they will attened the i(I Currie became stop the Bryan. point committee of two to 'go over Clark Howell, J. Ambrose Moore, MathL.
for
abuse
Woodall is engaged in the lumber bus Fourth of July celebration. They will target the county and see as many .farmers Schreifels, K, G. Vans Agnew Andre l ,
and Mrs. G. F. Parker and and, it i is alleged that Bryan started
Judge
iness. be away several days.R. for his as possible. Andre van der Meersch | van der Meersch, II. B. Hudson, J.
Elizabeth to Way- to shoot when Currie
I daughter, Ga. have-gone' S. L. Lupfer returned home Sunday D. Bowden agent for the S. A. shot first weapon and killed him. and A.. S. Nelson were named on this I I W. Millere, E. B. Clarke, E. R. Long- ,
cross \\ast from his old home in central 1 Pennsylvania Ry. at Leesburg, will arrive in L'j Currie himself and committee, with instruction to report.a.t :aneeker. ""
J. W. Miller, Jr., has accepted a position I where he spent two weeks' fiimmee tomorrow to spend the week-I lodged in jail gave here Sunday.The up. was the next meeting, announced for;
I as cold drink dispenser at the vacation. end with his wife and little daughter,] inquest was held by Justice of Saturday, July 11, at 9:30: a. m. I C. W. Bruna was in the'city from
I Osceola pharmacy. who have been the guests of Mr. and j I the Peace Aulin of For the benefit of interested par- Runnymede yesterday looking after r
and Mrs D. G. Francis accompanied Oviedo and after
Mrs. G. D. Boome and sister of Tamp Captain their mother Mrs. J. II. Mrs. M. Cosner for several days. the evidence had been submitted the ties the constitution adopted by the business matter. Mr Bruns i 1.. con h
., &" spent Tuesday at Narcoossee as the Harris, and by sister Miss Abbie Har- Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dann and children coroner's jury rendered the verdict of association. is given below in full: necte4 with the Narcoossee Farm & "
gSest of Mrs. S. J. Triplett. his, are spending the week at the new of Kissimmee have arrived hereto manslaughter and Currie was placed Constitution. Townsite company, and states that he
Kenneth Weidler has been spendinga St. Cloud hotel, at St. Cloud. make this city their home. Theyare under bond in the sum of 15000. The Article 1. Name-The name, of this is expecting a large influx-- 'of- -settlers.
few days at Kissimmee Park as the', Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chisholm and now located on Tenth street between case'will be tried at the next: term of organization shall be Osceola Fruit this fall.
guest of Bert Wells.M. for St. Petersburg, Avenges G and H, where their circuit court. and Truck Growers' association of
Tindall of Narcoosse was in the r rcu baby where left they yesterday will spend a month's vaca- friends are looking them up, there Several Versions of Affair. Kissimmee, Florida. H. E. BAILEY
,., Wednesday attending county I the bathing and other being quite a number of former; Kis- There are several versions of the association shall be:
tion
enjoying
simmee citizens living in this city. - --Painting-and- !-Hucl..- .
delhocr.tie-executive committee. pleasures of the seaside. affair and those who-saw the remains Art 2. Object The object! of thl.
R. H. Alderman of Whittier attended County Commissioner O. R. Bass of state that the two bullet wounds look Jo'lr.t.-To advance the interest of INTERIOR WORK 'A SPECIALTY'
the democratic executive W. H. Brokaw, traveling' represen- Whittier passed through KissSmmee as if the two shots had been fired from Oscola county farmers in a better 21. Mabbette Street.. . "I
county
Bros. accompanied -
committee Wednesday. tative of Griffing A. M. Ragle nurseries of Orlando, last Monday, accompanied by his sister behind, the bullets coming out near method of developing and marketing 29-tf I e1\( t
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and daughter, Missed Iva and Ger- .
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for and
left Daytona
Edgar Katz Thursday visited Kissimmee ; t
trude Bass who their
where he will attend the the trip in Mr. were on way :
Beach, | Wednesday, making to Madison, Fla., to attend the'nor-
Fourth 'of July celebration. Brokaw's car. that Mr. Bass
I mal college at place - .
" Mr. Isaac S. Dement of Kissimmee RileY' Godwin, Julian Monsdoca and will return in time to attend the meeting . .
r;, Park was in the city on business Mon: Bertie.Arnold of Whittier spent a few of the board of commissionersnext
t day. hours Kissimmee last- Wednesday, Monday. .

I/' C. L. Bennett of. Jacksonville was a 1i'having, made the trip in'Mr. Arn. ld'l Kissimmee has been honored by the ..;iI0
I guest" at the.Gray stone the latter part new car. appointment'of W. G. HanlUn of this J
W'to of.-the week. \ -- '. 'John- Johnston, member of the city to the responsible position' of
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!L r' L. B: Drawdy of Whittier was in county democratic executive committee judge advocate-in-chief on the staff of /
r the city looking after business matters from the St. Cloud precinct, at- Gen. Seymour Evans commanderinchief ,
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on Wednesday. > tended the meeting of the committee of the Sons of Confederate Veterans I

? Larry L. :Pope of Loughman was here Wednesday. whose headquarters are in St. '
U' > transacting business in Kissimmee last Mrs. D. R. Blenis and Miss Angie ) Louis, Mo. --- - Wednesday July 8 is the Day .
Saturday. Makinson left Monday for New York I J. C.' Lcdbetter has added machin-

J* Law con's Big Clearance Sale is now to spend several'weeks. They were ,ery for making field boxes for fruitto
l i. in full awing. Shoes Men's Suits and I accompanied as far as Jacksonville the equipment of his saw mill northof .
I W Boys' Suits going at goodbye prices. by Mr. and Mrs. Makinson.From the city, and began turning .out
......--- of boxes at the rate of a thousand' a day .
Misses Kathleen and Margerie the superintendent county
ft' Futch of Webster are visiting their schools congressman' is a big: jump last Monday. He has orders anTBTT ," .

|f grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. Lawler. 'i for any did man that, but thing Mr.without Sears of much Kissimmee ef-- already which will for be largely sixty thousanad increased before boxes, i Katz's .:

the packing season opens. Mr. Led- I .
Times.
I fort.-Apalachicola better has also put in machinerey for i

:. Summer SchoolBeginning I Mrs. Isaac S. Dement, accompanied making laths and shingles. I
by her daughter, Mrs. Jean Nooney of Leonard Williams of LoUghman was
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I July 6. ,I Jacksonville, is' visiting Mrs. ,A. C. in the city yesterday to witness the
Mrs. Conrad Bryan and myself will Levis, another daughter. who residesin ball game between Loughman and Store Will Begin Its .* ,
conduct a summer school for a period Chicago. Kissimmee. Mr. Williams returnedlast .

f' of eight weeks in the public school Mr. and Mrs. Henry Overstreet returned Saturday from Hot Springs, Ark., 1 -
t' bu ding. Mrs. Bryan will take the Saturday from Rose City, where he and Mrs. Williams spent a
high school work and I shall take all Mich., where they had gone to take couple of weeks taking the baths. He
i' pupils. below high school the body of their; mother, Mrs. Camp- states that he is feeling much betteras
a result of his trip, but for solid
Rates. Per bell.Mr. comfort, his advice is to remain in
ANNUAL
L. Beaman returned '
WeekOne and Mrs. J. Florida in the summer time. SALEIT
I subject .-,._'._________M.OO home from a two weeks' outing at :
'. Two to four subjects_n________ 1.25 Green Springs last Monday. They Miss Elizabeth Aultman of Kissimmee -
More than four subjects_--___-- 1.50 made the trip in their automobile and has announced herself as a can- :
All tuition weekly in both are feeling much improved as a didate for the office superintend \
advance. ALBIpNA SMITH. result of the outing. ent of public instruction for Osceola
county.: This statement is being received -
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much interest- her
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friends in this city, as those/ Miamians ., ,

who residence.know here Miss several Aultman years, throughher ago, During this sale your dollar will have, <

Low Excursion Rates are already acquainted with her executive -
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ability and are recalling her double purchasing You'll' have :,
power. .J.c
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ready interest in the schopl l room, ...,' '

: From Kissimmee where a teacher.Mr. she has. been at home for yearsas the choice of New, Crisp, Summer w : .. ,

Dann is a brother of J,4.-Daml --- -' T -- '
of this city, whom he visited during Merchandise at prices that mean YOU

New York. N. Y,___ $ 41.25 Cincinnati; Ohio ___n_ 39.25 th ,-celebration last summer. At that I '
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I!time he became so favorably impressed save. We will add extra salespeople and ;
.t Buffalo. N. Y________ 53.65 LouisviTIe,..Ky. ________ 37.75 with Miami and the city's future '

4 Philadelphia. Pa. _____ 41.25 St. Louis. Mo.________ 44.00 : that returning he decided to Kissimmee to make his with home the here in-, provide comfort for you on every floor. .

Chicago 111. _-_-__--- 50.15 Denver Col.! ____-____ 64.85. I tentlqn of letting! his business affairs .

San Francisco. CaL___ 95.75 I,. in'shape so that he could make the
Detroit. Mich. _____ __ 49,15
'f move. Mr. Dann has not yet decided Watch for Our Circular--'note* and then wait for

Portland, Ore. ___ _ 112.25k. what shape his pursuits will take, but .
will engage in business here.-Miami. 7 BIG BAR.GAIN'DA Beginning a:

Sold Daily-Limit October 31st-Stop-overs Metropolis.The .
Sunday school meeting last '

Sunday at the Christian church was WEDNESDAY JUL Y 8th .
a well attended. The program published ,' -
ATLANTIC COAST LINE was carried out and overflowed\ with .
instruction and inspiration. A pleasant .
-Offers- part of the program was a selection :.
:>: BEST ROUTES AND SCHEDULES rendered by a' quartet from the ;"' ;
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:, For iafprmation and reservation call on any A.. C. L ticket agent, pr. Baptiat KrloiW.church C. Baa and children Miss.. ....... '. : '(.

: J. C. KIRp.AND.Division,Passenger. Agent Helen and Walter, and Mr.' aDdlIra.Eo .". .... .' ,

,;( Tampa Fla. L., Lesley! and children returned 'f.JII, .,. > .. ,
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:.k4"> I 'D'LC.L..HYATT Surgeon and' .: 'SUFFERERMar'sWIudedaI'STOMACH JAX..AETER.NATIONAL, NEGRO RETAINSCHAMPIONSHIP NEWSPAPER OWNERS II rr Campbell i .:" .



Phone REA tEST A MEETING MEET AT LAKELAND ,
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J. 'j Office. 107Has. .,:t.la.1mmM: _ ., Mrs. Lee Griffin'of'Jacksonville'Isvisiting .

.248 .,'T Florida S t.iu.ich R..edj r. ______ her cousin,. Miss Flossie Bry
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, II ............ ad ......rtJ1"IIeuu1ls At a meeting newspaper owners ant.
The
The letter sent to
following was
: .., J., W. SIMPSON .... Hare Valley: Gazette by the secretary of the .' held in Lakeland last Friday a permanent Miss Blanche Nance of. Mulberry It

'D , ... Intorsd Jacksonville Real Estate Exchange organization to be known as the visiting-relatives here.* "

D NTI81'. "I _Iaide sassi for and .is of Importance to every locareal '".Paris." .:-Jack Johnson still holds th.. South Florida Press a..oclationI, Misses Abby Harris and Susie Bell
: about three months estate dealer and every othr citizen heavyweight championship the established.with JI. B. Harris of The of Kissimmee spent Saturday night
caused front Gall. Stoiiesof ,
r !r: Upstairs In Kats Building. the Urer sod was told who has the best interests of. the.world.' Valley Gazette as vice-president' Joseph and Sunday with their friend,' Miss

t" .... m. to 11 m. by throe of oil, moot prominent state at heart. The letter is ..elt..x.planatol'1' H. Humphries of toe Bradentown Ernestine Brown. .
OrnoB 'In battle the -
; HOOKS: thor I 1 a hard-fought at Velo Journal elected M. F.
physicians president
:30n.
> r 1:30: toG : m. was a. fine
: Milton preached
? IvrW. would bays to submit. to ? drome D'Hlver June 27 the negro easIly of the Lakeland News Rev. E: A.
Jun
1 ; Telephone No. 78 6. uuuuIj. relief To'the of the Board of Hetherington before the baptizingSunday
a operation to get Secretary defeated Frank Moran of Pitts and secretary and Mrs.. C. sermon
; but heard of your Wonderful Trade: burg on points in a twenty-round con- Telegram, morning. I
Times '
Stomach kam.dand V. S. Wilson of the Sarasota, ,
( .' DR. :.W. CARSON secured a full treatment The Jacksonville Real Estate Ex.. I' ,eaL He did moat of the leading aDd treasurer John Rowland is visiting relative.

_ and took It sad according to change is going to attend the meeting made many friends. Johnson's superior A constitution and by-laws were and friends of Orange Center. I
: DENTISt. directions pa..d
? kundrods of Gall Stone of the National Association of Real skill and hie effective uppercut.ting adopted and it is expected that all Mrs. Frank Bryant and children

6 Sure -- Siace taking your medicine Estate exchange at Pittsbrug, Pa.,' wore down his opponent and won of peninsula Florida, except spent Sunday here. .
: :t: Office orer Cole'.lewelry I work refulsrly. 1 and July 8. 0, 10 and 11, with the intention the fight which at times seemed ama- newspapers those the extreme east coast, It is a busy time with everyone now
1-6 ._', fool any III effects. I am praisintyour on andcorn.
Office Hours r 8-12, of# fodder
t 15 8Residence" Kerned to all mr. friends. I tstnk its securing If possible, the national teurish. will join the organization.Plans as farmers are .gathering
Offlee phone wortky of the kifhest praise. B. U. IKK convention for 1916.It Terrific uppercuts on which Johnson for raisins: the subscription .
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LillY Sufferers sVssusoko.of tmach! Liver and Intestinal is their intention as omt of the has relied in many previous battles price of weeklies to $1.50 per year and Miss Flossie Bryant spent Sundayin '
Cas administered for extraction of teeth Ailments are not ..!r.d to take. ...,.'. attractive features offered to carry again were brought into play on his the establishment and maintenance of Haines City visiting friends.

; v' W..._.. Mlamarfc Besssdy. for weeks' and from six hundred. to a thousand of young adversary who was unable to equitable advertising rates were dis

DR. H. S. GEIGER months one doM before- which they should feel make benettod.you feel Just betterin try these prominent delegates, who will effectively,block them. They were repeatedly cussed. Semi-annual meetings will

: rarsiciAN AND .stmasx besltk oon.nce you .tb.t. you will soon come from all\ 'over the United States sent to Moran's jaw when he be held, the first of which will be at ..
Citisens Bank Building be well: and Mron: (. free you .nrhe.ltb and Canada, around the state of FlorIda least expected them and several times Arcadia, July 10. 1
,
Kissimmee, Florida uffennr Sl..m.ehl., is and it sin has dons you in a sound thousands of other stopping at as many points as with such force that the Pittsburge The following publishers were present -

t I, Office 297 or 64 eases. Wherorer it is taken" you will hear practicable and showing as much of was seen wabbling, but there was not : W. M. Haynes, Herald, Sanford; IfYOUAreTHINKING
Phones: notbini but the highest praise.. Go to your the state to them 'as possible in an, at- a single knockdown or anything that T. M. Callahan, Press, Fort Myers; C.

Residence265.. H-ljrt has druirmsl-.aak been aocorapliakinil him: :about fn the caaea(rest of people resulti! \ b'it tractive manner. looked like a finishing blow. At the H. Evans News Clearwater; Andrew

know or send to Geo. II. Mayr. Mi5. Chem- The decided advantage to you and close Moran's face was bleeding from Carter, Enterprise, Arcadia; A. P.

M. RIVERS. M. D. I.free.. IS4IS6 book on Whiten Stomach St. Ailments Chtcaira, snd III.I for many. your section will be the routing of this cuts on the nose and under the left Jordan, Herald, Punta Gorda; J. G.

: rp. 'I.f..1 letter from people who bare been state-wide tour train through your eye. Johnson showed no marks all -1lore. Record, Bartow; M. M. Lee OF BUILDING A

4;' PHYSICIAN and SUR EON reatoced." section of the state with a stop in your Moran Never Real Dangerous. Chieftain, Winter Havene; Geo. M.

Office over Oaceolft Pharmacy For Sale In Kisaimmee By city that you may show the representative Towards the middle of the contest1tpealedAiif '. Gooisby, Arvocate, Wauchula; Wayne HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET*,
; real estatedealers. of--Ameriee- Thomas Courier, Plant City; G. H.
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4 8M J. Z. ROBERSON ) Moran would not g'o. ME FIGURES WITH YOUv
p and Canada and attraction Gibson Colonist, Zephyrhills; Mrs. C.
rr your advantages
PHONES: to the twentieth round but he showed
( ,US And Druggists Everywhere.ITATIOIV. The Jacksonville Real Estate courage and kept driving. Although V. S. Wilson, Times, Sarasota; R. O.

.. exchange needs your support in this. he landed a number of times on the Meek Leader Fort Meade; W. B. I AM PREPARED TO FUR- .
The trip to Pittsburg and returncan Harris, Valley Gazette, Kissimmee; S.
< '' ; negro, his blows lacked force' and were
-WL.1VINN be made for one hundred dollars comparatively ineffective. Now and A. McBride, News, Arcadia; W. M. NISH PLANS AND ESTI-
I. (hr tirralt ( o.rl. "....Ik Judlol.l J.
Bartow
will railroad Grier Courier-Informant, ;
: include
($100) ,
PHYSICIAN (.1....... I. ..d for UM-roln < OBBtT.flortdau ), whjch I then he tried to land hard on his ad- Bradentown MATES AT ROCK BOTTOMPRICES.
fares, sleeping car accommodations but only .wildly H. Humphries, Journal. ;
swung
versary
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. In ro F.state; of \\ H Thomas. I-iocfaspd and dining car and hotel service, and I through Moran took his M. F. Hetherington Telegram. Lakeland .
KUISIMIICB.Orricai Citation to Show Cautii-. it has been that space. pun Clyde Glenn Advertising Agency _
t
RMIDBNCB PHONI suggested ; 1
; .. To KatiThomas.. (''HHUI'| 1 1) Thoma. probably ishment well and part of the time the ,
\\I. Fiaaiar.
i Pron: Warrt-n I IJ Thomas Dunlil I> Thom- your real. estate exchange or board of negro toyed with him when he saw he Tampa; C. L. Johnson, Journal,
aa Wllford 3 Thornns. Mary' A Thom trade would like, to send a representative oouldxlo so without danger. Kissimmee; J. Edgar Wilson Advo-

A. AHS AOHKW: ... CKAWrOBP aa.aa. Albfi-l and "Klsy H Thomas.Monro> Thotnan John Ii Thorn all of in which case the Jacksonville I Towards the end Johnson had the cate, Lakeland.The .

AGNEW & CRAWl'ORDA'MCRlE''E. Kau "lallip "Kloilda, anil nil other Real Estate exchange would make himan I Pittsburger at his mercy, Moran apparently newspaper gathering was givena W.H.ARNOLDContractor
: VANS persons Int..t'd aH lulls. devlooeo.or honorary member in order that he feared he .would be finished hearty welcome by citizens' of Lakeland

AT-LAWOffice Thomaa.creditors ioceawe l in l the iir.tlIigYou. estate ofV. H I might have his credentials with him I II and clung to Johnson's body for support and autos were provided the

and Inch of you, arp herebycommanded I so as to talk up his section -of-the at the same time 'trying to land. visitors might enjoy a ride over the and Builder
I"-nk and strlrtU* .-njolnod. that state. ,- city. Its fine asphalt streets, elegant
a.4.1' CltlrentKissimmee rtuIMInj : but without success. His manner of
., I Florida laying all I other. anyxIo huslnt:-HS..nslil. MIII:.ant HI h notwHIidtannInK personally -- I It is important that the state of fighting an4 holding in the last of the buildings and beautiful lakes received KISSIMMEE: FLA.

l b. and appear, hforlth.> judffn Florida go. before the Pittsburg con contest caused unfavorable comment. the praise of everyone and Lakeland'sfame '
of our circuit court, on the 7th day of vention with a strong representativebody The tactics of Johnson on several occasions will spread. 124 Sumner St. Phone 266.
A \J 1 UI4.l at the I courthouse
: -TT. D. GEIGER. .September.. In the ctunlof Ottieola. and as other and larger cities will brought a caution from the The meeting was held on the top a.-;

state of Florida! and answer to a ... be after the 1916 convention and every referee as well as jeers from the floor of the News-Telegram building
ATTO NEY.AT.LAW tain petition made and tiled by ......r.j effort will be made to make a good crowd. Many of the French spectators which is a new structure and one of ,
I' Brown adnilnistatorx.olYtelo the finest homes in the -i-40++..++OOO.tOott040.0.0 -
the estate of W 8 Thomas .. ....... knowing. who seemingly did not understand newspaper
Office. State Bank Building whereIn he has applied I ln'.I{ ; an order I If you wish to send a represents the fine points of boxing, voiced state. Mr. and Mrs. Hetherington
Kissimmee. Florida to take poswenHHin of certain tive B. J. Butts the Telegram devoted practically the :
real estate belonging to tne said eutati' notify secretary, their objection to infighjting, but cheer > LAKESIDENURSERY
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for the payment of debts, said land be. Jacksonville Real Estate exchange ed any resounding harmless whacks. entire day to making things pleasant

GOO. I F.. PARKER. log known and described as follows with the name or names of the par- Handsomely Gowned Women There. for the visitors. Address 1
to-wit ties you decide on sending, in order
The southeast quarter of the northeast The great amphitheater presented a BUILDING PACKING HOUSETO
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t Attorney-at-Law. that his credentials may be fixed. .
of section seventeen township
quarter FORT MYERS R. D FULLER
wonderful for although there SERVE
thirty-one south range thirty- Also notify A. W. Fritot division sight. ,
Collection and Conveyancing four east of the Tallahassee meridian agent Atlantic Coast Line were some empty seats the tiers were Fort Myers.-Workmen are now excavating -

t Specialties. and said to court do further shall hate and considered receive what In that our railroad passenger, Jacksonville, just what Pull crowded with representatives of every and laving the foundations WINTER HAVEN, FLA. $

.' 112 H Broadway. behalf. and this you are not to omit man reservations you will need so that element. The singular spectacle was for the new packing house, to be erect
under a penalty certain as provided bylaw he may take care of you.in the special presented of several hundred womenin ed near the railroad dock by the Fort Grapefruit,Tangerine, Tar-

Witness. the Honorable James \". Pullman sleepers which will be handsome gowns applauding the Myers Citrus Growers' association. As diff Orange and Lue Gim
GKKRIBBS Perkins. judge of the Seventh JudIcIal provided for this movement.The two pugilists as they struggled up and soon as the foundations are laid, construction ,

ATTORNEY AT LAW. KISSIMMEE. FLA: circuit of I Florida this 27th day of South Atlantic Limited, through down the ring feinting, dodging and of the solid cement floor willbegin. Gong Orange.
June, A. D. 1914. E. N. Maull of Jacksonville
hammering each other. Amongthe Wrile .
solid train to Cincinnati in connec- for /Vices .
J. L. OVERSTREET.
(Seal
;r I Examination of Titles a Specialy. U.4t -) Clerk of the Circuit Court tion with the Pennsylvania lines to women were those who bore such who prepared the plans for the build- ,

Notification and payment ot taxes of Pittsburg, have been selected as the great names in French society as Ba- ing, is supervising. its construction. ,

\ non-residents given careful NOTICE OF Kl.KCTlOM. official route; this takes you through roness Henry De Rothschild, the I

attention. In compliance with the law; In such Tifton Macon, Atlanta, Knoxville, youngers Duchess D'Uzes: Countes .
cases made and provided. It la hereby Cincinnati Columbus, etc. The train Mathieu De Noailles, the Poet Princess
announced and declared that an election -- ----
{ De Lucinge the Duchess de Rohan ft.
: Pat Josns ton G. P. GarrettJOHNSTON' will be held at Basslnorrr, Florida will leave Jacksonville at 8:15: p. m.,
GARRETT In and for .uh-,chool district No 4. on July 6, reaching Cincinnati 8:50 p. m. Princess Morouzieff and CountessDe I
A the Ith day of July. A. D. 1914. for the Proumiers.
and Pitts
following evenings, arriving
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6f determining; who shall serve
at Law .purpose. school trustees of said district for burg 7 o'clock next morning.We Johnson's :white wife occupied a THE H. G. SIEVER .

J Office 10, 11 & 12 two years next after the election and hope the matter will be givenas prominent place, wearing as many dia-
to fix the number of mills of district much publicity as promptly as pos monds as some of the great ladies. fr
Citizens Bank Bldg., achool tax to be levied .and collected
Jstlssimmee Florida. annually for tht said two rear* sible in order that there may be a She cried out shrilly from time to time, REALTY COMPANY

The following were appointed to act good representation from this state. "Hit him, dady.". "Come along, POP.." .
at said election "Now then Jack let have NOT IN THE
TRUST
..' I.p.clora-.r. H. Walker Sr. Alex ., him an- ,
LOUJJI 0. stAssnrLate T. nCTON WABtOWJudirs "
Sloan. C. W. Milliard. Clerk-Eddie Un- other. '
Counsel for of the
,4- FUrida R. R. Comra. KriJbtnal. Court derhlli. Spencer, Eddy, former American 10,000 acre Stock Fara, a alMtffala take at enee, ,
by order of the Board of Public CLASSIFIEDAPVERTISING '
& WARIOW Instruction.Don. Osceola county. this sth minister to Argentina sat near the $5.00 per icre. -:. ":. .;:- -:- ..;. -:- ".
YASSEY '
day of lun,. 1.14. 'w'. C. BAS : ringside. Three feet behind him sat Prairie. Land, Oraage Groves, High Haouaock Laaos. Tsmber .Laa U.

'. ATTORNEYS: AND CoUNSEL) Chairman the Duke of Westminster while not J
Attest
AT LAW '-. W.: J. SEARS., SuperintendentNOTICE tar away were the Earl of Sefton, I. Lands at AO Prices and. .. Easy Ten I..

,Praetla In all ths Courts of Ura Hta'ls and of i Louis L Barthou, former premier of 2,000 acres Stack Raack, wiD udau,. LaU valise .r .
the Ualtad Statss.... before the Florida Kail.ns4 OF ELECTION. five Per Line Duke D'Uzes, Marquis De Breuteuil,
-.. C inmla.io. .. and the Interstate cUI. .-...... Cents France; the Marquis De Lafayette, the _fir ether real 'estate -:- -:- .:- .:. -:' *
: Commf. In compliance with the" law In such Each Insertion.* p
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.CSIABUCSTOK BLDO ORLANDO.FLA. cases :made and provided It Is hereby. Baron James De Rothschild and Count
4 MI and. declared that n.n elec Clary. Orange Groves all sizesQand prices '
1 :.O''lyt\:: held at Whlttler.I Florida, LOST- -On public highway between
Here and there dark faces
district No 3. were
In and for sub-school on
ANDRE\\ JOHNSON the 6th day of'July. A. D 1914 for the Kissimmee and Lakeland reed handgrip some of them negroes from Senegal, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
purpose of determining who shall serveas containing .32 Colt pistol, time Dahomey and Westidies. Two negro I I' ,

ATTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT L w two school years trustees next alter of the said election district and for book several pair of trousers; etct members of the chamber of deputies'ram -_- ._ _ _ _, _ : ,
.
Will Practice: in all Court to Ax the number of mills I of djstrlctschool Liberal reward offered for return. Guadaloupe showed intense Interest ?
State and Federal tax to ,be levied I and collected. annually Write or wire R. W. Hamilton Palmetto in the battle, while other dark !
for the said two years Fla., care Manatee Fruit Co.281tpd. Sindsof 4 (f fi
faces included Prince Dhuleep
4e Office adjoining .. Broadway I The following were appointed to act
( Citisens: Bank KinsimmecTT at said electionInspectors : India and Omar Sultan Pasha of ni
-J' F Williams W. RGodwin. O..A.RSO F ER
James O'Berry. Clerk.. .-John LOST-Bulldog, brown, short tail face Egypt.
H. Balsden. half white; answers to name of An International Crowd.It rN"S'UnA.N"CE: .
order of the Board of Public
Done bv "
Instruction. CHoeola county this 8th "Baldy. Liberal reward. Notify was an amaxingly internationalcrowd. i
I day of June. 1,14 Carl Dann Orlando, Fla. 28-It Several hundred Americanswere Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency ,
<. H. JENKINS w. c BASS. in the best seats. They included yt
: Attest i Chairman.V. WANTED AT ONCE":"' From 10.000 to State Bank
J. SEARS, Superintendent. KorUmer Schiff of New-York, ex-Sen Building !:
SURVEYOR 100,000 acres of cheap land from the ator C. W. Watson of West Virginia ..

; .NOTICE OF ELECTION.In owner in Brevard gl, St. Lucia Palm Richard Croker, Jr., Ogden Hills, Her-' :
$ Beach or Dade counties. We mean -
D. AlfHd Vanderbilt D. I
Fraternity Hall K lIslmm.., Fla compliance with the law In such man Duryea,
c.....' made and provided. It Is hereby business\ and have the- money. Ad- A. Reid and L. H. Thomas. all of New C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. ,v,|
1: 0I announced and declared that an elec- 'dress S. Henry Co., 432 Lee St., : fork; E. C. Brown of Chicago! and
lon will be held at Center Park. Florda Clarksburg, W. Va. 28-lt-pd Frank Hitchcock of St. Louis.
In and for suit-school district No. B.on I
._ the 6th day of July. A. D. '1*14. for I WANTED-To borrow $200 for one After the first Johnson pointed out The Waters & Gars-
the purpose of- determining- shall I l that no champion of his age ever be-
at 10 cent. Can .
year give good
R.4.J.-HICS serve as school trustees-of said district I per fQLredefended-th.tit1.-aud' {He
for two yearaJjieiitaXter the eJ 1'jcttorLahoTToTrx .security ..tG.go.titwiUtnteoAddre8s
1 _:- -,---- or dl. I is thirty-six old).
? - n -Physician- The number QfnilTls "M" care of Gazette. 24-4t years
and Surgeon rlct school tax to be lefrled. and eol- He appeared little the worse for the
J
ected The annually following for were the appointed said two to years act FOR RENT. battle. Johnson said after the battle GroceryCompany
7 .
t-4 Office Phones at said election FOR RENT-Two acres, best truck "Moran has a real hard punch with

; if State Bank Bid. Office 41-Res. 40 Inspectors> -J. A Barclay, Homer land and good four-room house,.inside either hand. f know, because I have -
Partln. J M. Sh :rpe. Clerk-Will Slm- .city limits. been there. If. they always landed; '

.l' V m'H'ne !by order of Board of Public E. E. Wells,. real estate and Insurance there isn't anybody. who could stand ,
Bargains Bargains! Bargains! (...trvell..... Osoeola county 'this ith 203 Broadway. up against him. He I. a good boy, all Whol..le aDd Retail Dealers 1& .

1i Dollar Day July 11. day .f June. 114. .w. .C. BASS., : right, and I enjoyed the fight. Car- i

_. Attest. Chairman. FOR RENT-Two acres/, best truck pentier was( a fine referee." '
& : W. J. SEARS.! Superintendent. land and good four-room house, Inside It was the first time a French champion GROCERIES

y cit1' 'llmits; also three-room had refereed a big match and ii

/ :J. "W. Thompson NOTICE OF DIS'H KXKC'UTOR*ROE..TOft .FINAL' modem cottage at $7 per month..' Georges Carpentier expressed great I

: rI. C. E.: Wells, real estate and Insurance pleasure at the experience. He thought -- ,
c..rt .* tae.Ceafttr' J.**.. .*.(. ..rFI.rt. 203 Broadway. It one of the best fights he had ever . . . . . . .. . ....... .. ........r'.
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f -en. ''t
In ro Estate of Charles Edward Frank
lln. Oaceola County. FOR RENT-one good store room Asked if he would like to take on WE SELL: 4' WE BUY: I+ ;,

FU.ERALD1RECTOR Not loo.Is lat"lJnu to all whom and warehouse, cheap. Apply to Johnson' Carpentier said: "Johnson ILt.Y .. "c :\
,
:: It may concern Id t>ay of R..S. Floyd. tf Is little bit too heavy for at .. RIDES .
; and November. A. D .114 wo shall apply to a me ,4 at,
t t' tho Honorable. T. M. M..rpb0'; DWELLINGS ,tor rent opply to M. present." I GRAIN, .. : '

: UCENSED EMBALMER said final court dlschars, aa 'Judge.. executors n' probate of ,th.to, *estate a* Tiller.:' Moran Believes It Waa a Draw. I FURS, ,."' .-
I .
FERTILIZERS 4 .
I rI of Charles Edward Franklin de- Moran, in his dressing room after ,.. _,: ,
'ftIt1 ooaaod; and that at herTiarno tlsno. wewill FOR :BENT OR SALE":' Two-story the fight, said: "At the worst it should S. .. WOOL, ,. ( I.
present our final accounts aui exooutore Brack I. SIIINGLES ,
store aI1t1iaC_on North ; ,
of said eatato. and ..k for their Stanford have been a draw. I was, the aggression ,,' '
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.3 Store and Chapel,"Stewart AT* pproval JCisatmm- H. 2 throughout the whole twenty .
> . I ORANGE BOXES .
Dated May 1st. A. D. 114.H I AND '
- rounds and was not hurt. The cut
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3nn1.g. M BREAKER. NOTICE. p .
rLOIUDA. I .
.' ELLA!: M. FRANKLIN. over by eye is only an old one re- ,. .if..
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4, ", VO J ,SxscutorsVaao. ''P"-;;;.. June I, 1914To o> ened. I* was received. training. ORANGE. WRAPS ALL .' i'SI
w r,}' . F. P IUCJt&. .- *, ; '.tli.u>oWio Generally I. I believe I.had the best of :; "
: nearly every -
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i Wh A tt orn ; 5. COUNTRY
'_ .. n in Need of A' VEGETABLE CRATES 4 .
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> f i ..yE1'ERINARY.SURGEONcan in the markets known as the wae one on my nose and for this John- :CRATE I., I''
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s ForJTA. RUBMYTISMWill lall! Bass market, and the Bass A ion was warned. That stopped my NAII4 PRODUcI:., ; .7

:, F. RICHMOND Bast. market. to )fr. Henry T. Bass, reathlng! and sent the blood tricking SI .. I.O' I. I II'.
_ r 1 .. .' Loughman Road cure'Rheumatisni/rNeu* who now becomes sole .owner, and who down ray throat. That was the . . . . :4 ..:+.. ............ ........JSt'..

1"hoIJe',121. -- KUslmme. PTa. nd.Ua.Headache, Cramps.Colic willre.Iw. all monies due the late :only real hurt Johnson gave me. 'I .' _.'

", Spriiu.BniiM.u; Cut*, Born*;Old flrnt and assumes all their liabilities.' hall return to>my camp and train for 'Wa sell fleU 4ad garde* Mc.la .T aO'Uads. . ",

T RlnJ-Wona I thank: our patrons for their many another'tight. My has We \.-.
Sores. tter. >! manager one gre Bis.tlaltattp.liMdeUreVyia ... tU.. iad .
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t Winter. .Park.-Contract has been ama ett. Amti.*pti e JkafWya.1 favor and ask ,thtlr//.continuance.. . toward -, in 1I ftd." ...... dty Iismit&..,...... .. aslitiIs: ...
:\i :let for aew,golf l club building to cost my. ricceasor:,' ... -,-. ..No"ltatoem." lt of. ;the. receipts was w. an eo.at a.-&a '** g.ad tertt aeftl. Aakugf :.
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WHY GO NORTH Florida To ,Exhibitat ColumnForwardFRESH CALIFORNIA, : 1375'Cars of Melons.Shipped CAMPAIGN' TO

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TO 'SPEND Fruits to Admitted FROM REPORTS THE ADVANCING OP PROGRESS STATEOF AND FLORIDA 864 Qrs.lncteaseJacksonville . " ADVERTISEFLORIDA ;


Florida will have an official building FLORIDA.. Fld.-Thi\ shipment of a

and an exhibit at the Panama-Pacific watermelons'-last week was one of the 3' ,i

SUMMER 'international exposition In San Fran Buihnell.-City''is reported to Issue. COMPARED largest in the history of the melon Industry -
cisco in keeping with those of the oth- waterworks. 'bonds. ; with 1,375 cars moving.1 The ::

er states of the Union and Florida ." -. '- !I movement last year for week, ending ." '
architects are Invited to prepare and Crystal River.-City Is reported to June 20 was 511 cars, a difference of a
submit tentative plans for the building have appropriated $40,000 for water i 864 care At the same time last Mason t

Florida Cooler Than Most The at necessary onoe. 'money for the pre- works. ._ I IClearwater. '! M. E. Gilbert Returns From i iI practically the Florida done while melon this season year'. was the, Organization Formed To

liminaries Is subscribed and much of .-'A. V. Davidson will season is now at its flush
I il immediately available and assurances lay 17.625.quare feet of five-foot cement I The size of the fruit from Florida

Inland States from Florida's most-able -and .sidewalks along, east side. FortHarrison i Western TripSAYS this year is running small;most of the Develop The StateWILL
; .. interested bUI !\el."men. all over the avenue from Wallace street ,, melons averaging twenty to twenty-
state have been received that the full to south city limits. I five pounds. The quality is.not up to

ENTIRE FRINGE OF COAST FROM amount needed will be forthcoming Y GROVES COST MORE TO the standard, as many show the effect INTRODUCE BILL'IN STATE' tr
when it is called for. .Jack.on"me.-Duval '
county commissioners : of the drought and are sunburned.The X'
FERNANDINA ROUND TO PEN. This in brief is the result of an all- I let. contract to pave about'I BUY. PREPARE AND SET OUT fruit cuts very well but the demand LEGISLATURE PROVIDINGFUNDS

I SACOLA SWEPT BY OCEAN day meeting at the Hotel Seminole in one and one-half miles national high- 'I I THAN IN THIS STATE. ,for larger weight melons can- FOR'THE WORK.

i REEZES. Jacksonville of the Florida commissioners -, way from east limits to West limits not be supplied except from a few ---... -
for the Panama-Pacific international I of Baldwin. I'' That it would be as feasible to grow favored sections, which had more rain{ men
i T ) At a meeting of representative
The number of visitors from neigh- exposition, which is composed oranges in south Georgia or Alabama during the past sixty days than oth from all over Florida, held at Sanford
of the following who Orlando. let contract for 138- : in California if the attentionwas
the beaches men were present I -City Las same I
bQring states at near this I the Florida Development Promotion
diy the Jacksonville Metropolis : Gene. J. Clifford R. Foster of St. 000 square yards brick paving and to paid to heating, is the opinion ers.The melon market in this city took.' .
' board organised.The
says chairman J. P. Felt of Hamilton Johnson of Orlando for I' was n
Augustine M. E. Gillett of
is reported as unusually large for the expressed by Tampa.Mr. I a decided'slump this week and cars 1 1'I I executive committee was an.
, of the season. Eustis, J. W. Sample of Haines City, curbing; amount available, $200,000. I Gillett has returned from a tripto are selling on the melon track at 'I bill the s:
opening summer I' thorized to prepare a creating
W. N. Conoley,secretary Jacksonville California, made with both business to $1"5 the latter the
,.These visitors taking their summer from $40 being commission -and '
are Florida
Board of Trade A.* V. French of San- Miami.-Miami Beach Improvement ,i and pleasure tn mind. 'I highest 'price paid. 1 i development ;t
' outings for health and pleasure at the next
) secure an appropriation
ford, C. A. Carpenter of Jacksonvilleand contemplates extending paving Mr. Gillett, who is interesting
to find both Flor- company I an Shipments will be quite heavy next for 1.
and of
they expect in session the Florida legislature
,
i H. C. Schrader, secretary, of Jack- of Collins avenue two miles north I conversationalist, said: I week, in fact the season wiN run until ,
the state
ida.Only sonville. Three othere members of the' of present terminus; total length to be "The business part of my trip was I July 10. The unfavorable weather': the purpose of advertising .
few from and
a years ago people commission were not present, as fol- five and one-fourth miles. I to investigate an olive nursery of some conditions during the growing 'I throughout the country, and'the '
' other states would have I . season raisers
not expected i farmers stock
capitalists>>
lows T. N. Weir, John Frobock and e 200,000 trees, which brother and
: my made.the later than in i'lorida'and
i I crop any year
I ,
here develop
find either in the
' to summer. like to come to
State Senator W. H, Malone. of"'Key I Fort Lauderdale.-City voted $55- 'myself have recently planted near the history of the melon industry of

Lowest Death Rate. Wes |I 000 bonds to erect.school.. I Bakersfield, Kern county, California. '.this state.There ,I the state. out that Florida has
They believed that this state in sum The meeting was called to order and I Years ago my brother was interested were 115 cars of cantaloupesmoved It was pointed
mer was the home of pestilence and of presided over by General Foster and Cedar Key.-Cedar Key school dis- I with me in the orange business at last week, which brings the more tillable l land not in the now Union.In cultivation That f
sweltering heat and the strange thing with the commission was W. W. trict votes July 7 on $15,000 bondsto I Lake Weir, bOt went to California in total number to 255 cars this season, than any state big market
the centers
is that our nearest neighbors-the O'Hara, commissioner general for the erect school.. 1888, and has resided there ever since. to June 20. Quality is not up to the Florida is nearer than other I
of the
+ people of Georgia and Alabamaclungas Southern states. I He, of course, had a good deal of standard for Florida cantaloupes and" country any .and ,
tenaciously as the people of the Mr. O'Hara outlined the plan Lake Worth.-Board of public instruction knowledge of the citrus industry as there .have been only a few cars of southern or semitropical country, of 1t r

most distant state to this miseoncep- by other states are making Where-j of Palm Beachcounty, West conducted in Florida and also knewa good pack, well netted and fancy that this to state can the use northern every acre (
tion and they clung to it despite the ments to be represented at the Palm Beach, Fla., has plans by G. good deal about weather conditions. stock. its land supply mar
fact that vital statistics showed for tion and told of the needs for Sherman Childs, West. Palm Beach, for 'In our correspondence he told me that kets wit hearty and late vegetables,

Florida one of he lowest death ratesin to be exploited from every commercial schools. there never was a winter passed in out with big headlines claiming that I fruits beef cattle these, etc. t
and industrial standpoint.The I California that they did not have to I I To advertise things persistconsistently -
the Union and weather reports, Florida is freezing out again. WhenI and thoroughly i.. ,
the effect of the commission spent almost the Gainesville.-Alachua County Fair heat their orchards a great many I
while not indicating told them that we keep a very accurate object The work of- t
board.
showed that entire in and devising I association has plans for fair build- nights-a condition which never occurred the of the
' breezes on the climate, day studying account of the weather at Lucerne >1
I the board is to get a substantial public ha
. and for carrying them ings. while he lived in Florida.
the temperature did not rise as high plans means Park and that. we had been sentiment behind the movement I
here as in the interior. out, whereby Florida shall he placedon I Changing to Olives. growing cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers
The fact that during hot spells they the same basis as the other statesin Sanford. Sanford Development 1 "As is well known, they were seriously and other tender vegetables .there all and push It to a conclusion authorised, so that tb

read of scores of prostrations and the exposition and such a plan was Corporation, M. J. Moss, secretary- injured in California two years winter right out in the open without! the commission may be
deat hfrom heat in northern cities and finally mapped out and pronounced to treasurer, Pineville, Ky., plans con- i'ago and many of the growers became I' any protection whatever, they could I ( to be appointed by the governor be obtained ), t;

had never heard of one case of this l.e not only feasible but entirely prac- struction 200-room hotel; brick; cost so discouraged with the citrus industry : hardly believe it, as they supposed we and that the appropriation may '
fund suffciently
I for publicity
f kind in all Florida failed to impress 200000. that they began turning their attention had been seriously injured. a the ad-t
tical.Having large to give Florida greatest e
before them tentative to something else. Olive .
grow
agree-
them. They still supposed Florida was Only Hope is Freeze Here.
insufferably hot and: full of sickness. ments from the most representativeand I Arcadia.-I. O. O. F. will erect ing has always been carried on to a "Another large grower told me the vertlsing campaign she has ever had, '
' the largest producers and ship- building for stores, offices and lodge- considerable extent in California and and-- put her in the forefront of American -
All this is now changed. It is known only hope he could see for the Cali- have land and .
that the entire fringe of coast from pers of the state to support the enter- rooms; three stories. ; cost $11,000. I as the olive/ is not Injured by any fornia grower was that Florida should states that the and.op
Fernandina clear around to Pensacola prise, the commission felt no hesitancyin i I cold which would kill the citrus trees freeze out again. I called on a friendof portunity to. offer to capitalist
is fanned by cooling breezes and that' going into detail with their plans Miami.-G. C.. Frissell will erect office and as the .income from an olive mine in Los Angeles who is in the homeseeker.. .

the state is so narrow that sea breezes and practically winding. up this partof and. store building.. grove averages one year with another real estate business. One or two other r
sweep even the Interior and that there i the work. A considerably more than it does froman real estate men were in the room and NEWCANNERYIN

k isrfio part of Florida that is not cooler Jacksonville. H. Lackens will orange grove, a great many of they questioned me regarding relative
than any part of the interior except erect brick-building for Grant ChapelA. the mhave decided to give up oranges values in Florida and California. One 1
the mountains. SALE OF FLORIDA M. E. church.; cost. .about $10,000. for olives, and believing there wouldbe of them said, You-, of course have OPERATIONDavieThe
a big demand for olive trees, we FULL
Whole Truth Not Known. had long years of experience in Flor-
Pensacola.-Company reported or- started a nursery and the prospectsat ida and have visited California
The summer resort public know of DRAINAGE BONDS ganized by A. T. Barkdull and othersto present is that the demand for the several times you and are somewhat familiar

Florida and our beach resorts are lib- establish. creamery and cannery. trees will be heavy. with conditions here. Supposeyou new canning factorystarted :
.
erafUy patronized from neighboring I "Los Angeles is situated in about were living in Chicago, knowing up last week with.,fifteen opt! ( f
f states but the whole truth is '.not That the Florida internal improvement Williston-Peanut-oil Mill.Boardof the center of the orangey-growing dis- what you do, where would you go il eratives and a heavy supply of Everglades
known and when it is known our state board is negotiating for the sale I trade, F. 'M. Runnels, secretary, trict of California and naturally)) while you wanted to go.into the citrus fruit tomatoes. 'The plant Is working -

will have almost as many tourists in of the first $1,500,000 of the drainage Gainesville Fla., is interested in securing . there I wanted to investigate conditions -, business, and why I told them that smoothly and -good abeet.orde,..) tt ,, .;
iii summer as in winter. bonds at an exceptionally good figure erection of peanut-oil mill. and see how they compared with the answer to that was very easy. are coming in from different points, -
When the whole truth is known Is the word brought by State Drainage the situation in Florida. We had a 'Now, said I 'suppose we make a which have been satisfactorily fitted, 41

those who wish to combine the pleas- Engineer F. C. Elliot This money Umatilla.-Citrus exchange is reported i car and drove out every .day in one fewjfigures nad i think I can convinceyou The factory Js putting up okra and tomato -,
are of the fisherman with the rest of will be applied to the-finishing of the to equip packing plant; floor direction or another visiting most of why a man should go to Florida.I soup and much care is taken in'

.1 a.vacation will come to this state contracts already under way, among space 70x186 feet; purchased machinery the leading orange-growing sections Suppose that I wanted to bay ten acres i the'selection': of the'vegetables. The s
which is the fisherman's paradise. being the Miami canal.', Work on this ,.- add many of the large packing houses. of land In of the best districts produce exchange at Fort Lauderdale
.
;Tone
Some of the old mistaken impressions the first of which to receive attention I was surprised to find so many lemon around Los Angeles. What would the brought In between-400 and 600 crates .
as to the healthfulness of the will be resumed probably .within a Miami.-J. R. Dill of Miami W. R. groves in California, as I had not raw land costT " of vegetables last week. The new,cannery

state remain undlspelled. few months and the entire course corn Comfort and W. E. Flander of New thought this part of the..indll.try'wu "Theysaid 'about $700 per acre will be a great saving and money', t
Men have learned that visits to pleted to its. require depth. York and others are reported to organize 4 I so largely developed but in some sections 'Then this land has to be leveled maker to the truckers) of the east ,
Florida homes or hotelsdo not endanger. The board has received two tenth, 'company to build fertilizer I found more lemon groves than that it be irrigated which coast. -
so can
.
healtht. but do not know tive estimates bids, on the main all
they or plant. orange. )I do not remember in my
would cost $25 to $50
acre more.
that summer fife in the open is as control canal of the Everglades drain- trip having seen but one grapefruit After everything is in'per readiness to 1500

healthful here as in any other state. age project which is to run frovn the TalJ.ahusee.-Clty will vote on $47- grove and there were; not over a hun would plant trees and NEW CARS'FORFLORIDA -
your
you
Dotted With Campa lake to the St. Lucie inlet, a distance I 000 hoods for paying, improving elec. dred trees in this grove and they were In plant the course of time they would beginto

When they learn this Florida will of twenty-four miles. ]I trie-light plant and water and gas small.)) Grapefruit does not seem to bear fruit We in Floridacould ,
This canal will be easy to dig, asI mains. do well in California and although it h
be dotted with camps) in the summer be removed grow as large a tree in four'years as REST COAST
there will be no rock to them admit that
is hard to get to
where people who live in states that you can in six. When your fruit is
and it is expected that it can be completed Harness & than
Tampa.-Tampa Wagon Florida can do anything better I '
have no fish will enjoy the sport with It will be I grown and ready to ship it is 3,000 t, #
sod and reel in Florida and the combination within two years. company, Morgan and Cars streets, they can! they did admit that our) miles from the big markets, ours is "The Florida East Coast is
much wider and deepere, as well a* iron railway
of summer attractions the will erect warehouse; galvanized ; grapefruit were superior; in fact, stated about I',200.; Time of delivery from
shorter than o fthe other state I in California now receiving daily the 500 new box I
any cost $4,000. that grapefruit growing ,
of thousands
state famishes will draw tens Florida ought to be about one-half
canals completed, and will be the #
now small of their busi- which it ordered built time
to Florida during the heated was a part what it would be from California. Our cars some
the level of water in
which j i ithe
means by Seffner.-Seffner school district vot- ness. 33 1.3 cent. k ... said Vioe-Presldent J. P. Deck-
term. controlled. The other freight rates are per ago' K
lake be I
v can ed $3,000 bonds for schools. Groves Recuperate Quifkly."I .
After the fruit reaches the market with, "and In addition is otherwise improving -
f will then be used for navigation # gc
Bayard.Duval Farm & Livestock canals I was much surprised to see how I Florida outsold yours during the past its service to make it the best
companay, incorporated, by H. B. Phil and irrigation purposes. Jacksonville.-Open-air school for their groves had recuperated from the j season in pretty nearly every case, In the state." S ,
lips, Chas. H. Mann, W. M. Stinson, I girls 1 Mrs. Langdon Caskin, principal, cold of two years ago, but conditioned| which is conclusive evidence that Mr. Beck with spoke of progress on
E. W. Lane and others, all of Jack- St. Petersburg.-Contract has been will expend $20,000 to erect building; in California are ao different from I, Florida grows the better fruit. the Kissimmee Valley line) which is. w

sonville; plan to purchase 2,000 acres awarded and construction begun on the ,13x210( feet. . what they are in Florida; it is hard I I 'And then you grow no grapefruit/: being pushed i compLetion to the head
near.'Bayard; 1,000 acres to be developed extension of the Tampa & Gulf Coast for a Floridian to conceive of a tree whatever, while grapefruit is gettingto o( Lake Okeechobee and said that
for farming and 1,000 acres railway from Bellaire to St. Petersburg I, Gulfport.-Gulfport's $15,000 hotelis living after having gone through a I be a very large part of our businessand while trains are now only running to '

, for'Rattle ranch. about fifteen miles. ; now well undere way and expecta- temperature of twelve to fourteen degrees a very profitable part of it. Landin Kenansville, track laying .Is proceeding ,
tions are that it will be completed i in for several nights. Their soil -
Florida suitable for citrus culture as far down__.Jinort---
food time for the season. Six Cali- conditions, however, are much different -
can be bought_>2S-to-4t2 -per Acre DTUTHT The entire line, he said, will
fornia style bungalows are being from ours. We have an open.jpaiotjisrsaTidy "BCco fdtng to location. be complete in the fall.
'' erected as Dartofjthehotelprop rty B-olt tnto whTcn the heat .
.i The Place Where YoujBelThar"AoyallaUor look ._ .
_
ror--lliose who may wish separate penetrates rapidly; and it is easily J a
I houses. warmed up so that\ our trees never \i
# -< I become as thoroughly dormant as I 1

Tampa.-School district No. 45, theirs do. Their soil, on the contrary,
Oliver's : West Tampa, .votes July 2 on $60,000 is heavy, with quite an admixture of
bonds for schools; to provide additionto clay and it takes a long time for the

Cuesta school, cost'$14,000; school I heat to pentrate. They have their SUPERIOR SERVICE
- building at Main street and Willow rainy season in the winter and these COURTEOUS TREATMENT t
;q [ Suitatoriumn avenue, $14,000; school for colored I rains are generally cold. If they have |I

pupils! $2,500; purchase ot sites, fur a few warm days, the ground does 1'
niture and fixtures, etc. not become sufficiently heated to start '
,. I growth in the trees as is the case in

To Thorough- Key West -.Juan Carbonell and Florida, consequently when a cold
Francisco Fleits let contract to erect I ipell strikes them, as it does many

i > ly Clean YourSUIT open-air theater on Duval street; 50x times each winter, the trees are absolutely -'
f 80 feet; seating capacity 800. dormant-much in the condition .

-. .. ,.. of our4"oaks--and withstand a degreeof
,' Trilby.-Trilby State bank let contract cold which would not be possible in Successful r+y

to erect bank building; 25x52 Florida.. ,
i } feet; fire-proof; metal roof; electric "It looked strange to me, as I drove Business -

Coat Pants and Vest any or all of them can be quickly cleaned lights; cost about .$6,000.. .i by the different groves, to see so many r
.
s, by Our Modern Process of Dry Cleaning. We Make a Specialty of Coast- heaters among the trees and these are |I f
Pablo Beach.-Florida East not mere smudge pots, but great, big' Enterprise
PALM BEACH Suit and Clean Them
Cleaning and Pressing we railway, E. K. Barrett, superintendentB heater, which will hold twelve to
Right. We remove every speck of dirt and make Your Suit look and B., St. Augustine Fla., Is reported fourteen gallons of oil. It ,looked tome ," S
,' Fresh and New again. We want to add you to our list of regular to erect depot about 400 feet as though it would be just aboutas REQUIRES A BANKING CONNECTION r '

Why not now? long: stone curbing and pave with feasible to grow oranges in south THAT CAN BE DEPENDEDUPON
J patrons. coquina rock; .enclosed waiting room. Georgia or Alabama if as much attention FOR SECURITY AND GOOD C
was paid to the heating of the SERVICE. r
,
DEPARTMENT.
REPAIR Alva.--Lee county school board let on cold nights. At any rate SUCH A
e DEPOSITORY IS THE
r contract to Cawhow A: Parker, Tampa roves satisfied that they have much
,
1 .Get acquainted .with our Repair to erect school; cost $18,000; brick; colder weather in California than we WHICH CITIZENS CORDIALLY BANK OF KISSIMM E. ,,' , g

t, : Department. Small repairs made metal shingle roof; W. L. Reddit, arch- have in*Florida and' everything I saw ACCOUNT SUBJECT INVITES TO ?
'y tect, Tampa. went to prove it. CHECK ;
U .;without extra charge. Alterations ""I visited a number of the largest ;

v, : Tof; ; all "kinds, at reasonable, prices.Le'l : T.mpa.-City will pave Pierceitreet packing houses and in nearly every inStance .
Harrison to Whiting thirty they wanted to know how badly ? '
UI call for that toiled suit of"r 1 feet' wider Governor, Madison to WhitIng we were'hurt by last winter's cold. "Arthur E.Doriegan Pt K. Weave? ,: ir:

't' fc youn; NOW. d t. '"twentey-slx feet; Commerce I told them',we had no c>>whatever ,
fI" 'It, ...... ." < rf .'". , Cranse./to Carew twenty-six feet except what thee sad in the' Los 'Anteles -)' '** P't :
J t wide; Tyler, Marion to Pierce;-fifty gotten to, how: -d'"' 1 a .-
i feet' 'wide-Jefferson.-'Michigan ?to jfsheweathtr:.bilteauJpredieU
T r. "
!0 iVER( ,&SUITATORIUM Yh norabraskaprtwenty-sixr feet ,wide;; a cold in Georgia Alabama of anyof 7'T';.
Jso I relay brick paving on" Fortune the ,southern states)for ,that matter,,

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: :Il jJ Let Me Fix, ''UpYpurPlac&this CAMPNORA 'S Prickly( Ash,'polo i Root and. Potassium) CAN TOMATO CROP ., :; FAOiORY' FORCED TO ,;:

'

j) t j Prompt Powerful Permanent raulu IN 'RUSKIN. NOW INCREASE FACILITIES: . r

Ito b.nedelal th .Stubborn CUM Good are ,
n '
,
SOUTHERNPRODUCT
-- i (act an u.u.lly'" ytdd to P. P. P.' lutlnc-!It ca.MUltTcry j \: ,
quickly1: whrt oth..-tnediyou. taetay0ured, Fia-T.he ;' I''
.,. West Palm BeamschAnother' one of"I
Florida
*: Summer arose arc. luclx ' Ruskin summer
t I I I I .j;;
'II season hat arrived, but there has been the prosperous manufacturing-
j I Ii no 'let-up In the:' activities of Ruskin I cerns in this cityfh8-fund..jt neces' :!i

P. P .p because of it. Ruskin canning factory -I.sary to reorganize and increase"4ts fa., ,.,II IIcili
1 -, i , has. ''been! a large force ties. \'

i II Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire of employes steadily, turning into a Reference Is made to the :West Palm. _

'r f. 'system-clear* the brain-strengthens digestion.and, nerves superior quality of canned product the I,Beach Novelty Works; which has reorganized '
balance of the tomato'crop since the 'under the name of the Palm )
y, .I am prepared to convert A positive specific tot Blood Poison and skin diseases. has I
Industry Now Controlled ,, shipping period passed, prices Beach Novelty/'Works increased its
any, area of land within a Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; endll.M..IaJ. ; having fallen to a point where it.does/ capital to $5Q,000 and bought out theJ.
'"; is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it not pay (-ship.. It Is estimated that' II. Brophy Construction company .
!
reasonable distance of Ki. JapaneseFLORIDA there are still about four carjoads) of and,-cxpcts to move into this latter' tcompany's c ]

.T p' ftSmmee, no matter how Entirely, By F. V. LIPPMAN CO. Des: 1., SAVANNAH GA'average j nery.tomatoes The to output be put on through Monday the was can one I days. larger quarters in a few :

lr. thousand cans. A superior quality for I i
,; rough or neglected:: into a IS I'AKTICULARLY I restaurants is being canned and is The officers of the new cpmpany
r W. R. C. Phillips, president JohnB.
_. i are: ;
for itself in the Tampa
and making place -
productive remunerative ADAPTED FOR CAMPHOR CUL- -=-== -- = I market.a The canning factory isl| Beach, vice-president; C. S. An- i

m ; condition. TUKE AS IS DEMONSTRATED 1 for the crude may be taken preparing to take 'care of the guaya demon, secretary-treasurer, and! G..... G.. ,
BY ONE BIG PLANTATION j: to be something like forty cents a HOW LUMBER : crop. A brand of seedless guavas will i Currie, attorney. ,,;
:, pound and for the refined as high as be manufactured and the by-product I< Since the start of the old original '

I 444444444444444444 sixty cents. will be guava jelly and guava butter. company its business has steadily increased -
0' 0,.. Florida Soil Especially/ Suitable. The returns that have teen received j and the facilities hate had to

1 < Following the first appearance 4 Camphor trees seem to flourish best from the craload shipments of toma- also be increased proportionately. .'.
Estimates and Plans. i.n the New York Press of theo *., in sandy, sparse soil such as much of I IS UTILIZEDStatistics j toes have been quite satisfactory considering As the quality and kind of work done 1 '
story below, MOKPS 'Folsom of < I that in Florida. The cost of obtainingthe the conditions under which by this company became better known "

FurnithedAlf. o Palatka Boardof Trade addressed a communication to the editor < be very small. There is at present - - Ruskin will amount to over $2,000! for | i hcreaHtng, > until this kept!
of that paper calling attention to one camphor tree' nursery in Florida have been compiled by the the crop. The Mirage, which was j| ,enlarging and securing bigger I
.A. the'fart that the state of Florida that distributes several thousand forest service of the United States I j chartered to take cure of the tomato better quarters and more improved .

r <' at this time had one large cam- .> .young trees yearly, but its practically Department of Agriculture, which j shipments has' been released and the I machinery has. been the result (
) ., show for the first time precisely howJ launches M. and Palm handling
> phot plantation, being cultivated > I, no instance are these utilized in the 1 May ure -.
< for commercial par pones.! The 'manufacture of camphor. The camphor the lumber produced In the country the local traffic. parcel'"
The total income from the
I
is utilized.
About billion
4 is at SiUduhia Heights, 4 tree furnishes shade and I forty-five
grove a good feet of lumber of all kinds is the Ilargrains! Bargains! Bargains! I in the 1913 was about
W.: Law > Putnam county, and covers up- throughout the south has long I been annual J post year f
in the United Dollar Day, July 11. :$80,000,000. "
production States;
I ward of 2,000 acres. Prof. W. O. 4 ,i iKichtmann used as ornamentation."The I r
4 4 formerly of the United 4'' camphor tree," said S. C. of this, nearly twenty-five billion feet?j ,_ '_n __ ___. .. ._ ,
The Developer of Modern Model Farm. <. States Department of Agricul- *,Hood, scientific assistant of the bu- i board measure, are further manufactured I!
4 the ':. "is native the other .portidh! remaining for
iunf? represents company op- reaue of plant industry, a Of '
.: : 4 this and last 4" rough construction lumber and for
Box 145, eratmg industry the coastal regions! of southeasternAsia. '
00 winter, under his", direction, over < Its first reference in history similar purposes. This ;js "Xclu"ivE'1' -
J Kitsimmee Fla.L 10,000 pounds of camphor were 4 occurs irr Chinese literature. In the of material which reaches its final .1 G. \WER INSOBBJICE GENCY.
: ; in the forrri ...
\ manufactured.. 1 sixth century A. n., the tree was referred ;- I' use of fuel, Tallrosd ties, '] .

; ..- ..' . I' 41 to as a valuable timber, no posts, poles, pulpwood, cooperage,
4 444C44''r4444444444 4 I reference l eingmade to th.fl gum. I wood distillates and the barks and ex- Successor to Arthur E. Dooegan Agency
\ ...ooe 0 0 0 OUOOOo.UOOO tracts demanded by the tanning indus-I
Later camphor appears in 11 dicalprl'suiption' I Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building Phone 246
: : One of the! ingredients of many high written by Aetios, in try. i
L n explosives, including the smokeless :Mesapotamia. Compiling! SlaliHticH.
I.
(H.W. HE1TFire u powder used by the government 'in its "The refining: of camphor originatedwith The work of collecting and compiling -I
General insurance Business
the
the figures extended representing strongest and moat
big t' guns, is camphor, says the New the Venetians and was a secret, : over a con
4Y a York Press. The camphor industry is but as years passed travelers returning siderable period and was carried out j Reliable companies.We i

Life, Health and Accident controlled entirely by a Japanese i to the Occident brought camphortrees state by state; but as one full year ,I
monopoly. .What would; happen in the and the substance which helped was made the basis of statistics in will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency
T INSURANCESucceitor event of trouble with Japan or any send the shells of the American fleet each state the total is a fair average
other difficulty that might prevent the ,into Vera Cruz a few weeks ago gradually of the use of lumber in further manufacture without change-Your patronage. is respectfully solicited.

importation of a camphor from the came into its own. in the whole country. Between' .
Japanese interests that control the industry It is within the last fifty years that 50 and 1>iO per cent. of the lumber pro-I

to ? Would we, after the powder "iimphor began to enter into the manufacture duced is subject to further \,
NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY already stored. in our arsenals had of commercial articles. Priorto ture. In preparing trie figures in this '

1 been expended after the visible] that it had been, widely used in way, however, it should be '
, __,__. __ u .. .. _ supply
of camphor in our country hail medicine. There are probably few that considerable :
i; Old State Bank Building' been exhausted, be obliged to give up plant products that find as many and reaches shops and factories remem'I|,'Ih'r'de 'I-

fighting because we could manufacture varied uses as camphor. form of logs bolts and billets..., IDEALPERTILIzERs
havingpassed through \\' '
no more ammunition ? Or wouldwe Crude Methods of theVery Farmogans. '
I while this material is included l I in these
be obliged to resort to obsolete little i is- known of tinI..th.! i
black powder which is less efficient statistics this fact should be remembered -
ods of manufacture in For-
C. F. THRASHER than the new smokeless ? camphor in comparing statistics with
I high-powered mosa. To distill it the natives there I
those of lumber production.
Or would our native ingenuity devise usually employ a shallow icon kettle
a new means of supplying the want stone in which they l Different/ Woods I'M-d.
) SHEET METAL WORKER supported over a
,'''' left vacant by the absence of cam- build a fire. The kettle is covered Nearly or quite| 100 different woodsale \
t : ,"
: These are questions that the United IS placed a bottomless tub with a removable own names, while an unknown number
Phone H9-R. Fla.
l* %, Kjaslmmee' States government may well consider. cover. A bamboo tube leads find their way to shops and factories '
As matters stand at present practi- from the tub to a series of wooden withput being identified or separately Best and Cheapest

? 1 OO..OOOOOOOOOOO fr cally all the camphor produced in the boxes over which water is run for listed'Xcept< under general
OOOOO world comes from the island of Formosa ,j cooling purposes. These.boxt's thus names. In quantity the ..softwoods the For

M. TILLER | a little from Japan and still (serve as condensers.The needle-loaf or coniferous; trees are
less from China. And yet our own distillery is set up alongside a most important, but there i is a greater'
southern states are better suited to !stream and near the camphor forest number of species among! : the hard-
Real Estate Agency. the production of camphor trees than whim is to be attacked. Tr.ees are woods, or broad-leaf trees. Yellow GROVE GARDEN

................................ anya foreign countries. of It is merelyan t tlitn cut down and chipped up and the pine comes first followed, with more than eight
of lack realizationof billion white
yl 'I example our chips placed in the tub. In the iron feet by pine,
1 Realty bought and sold. the consequences of throwing our- kettle below steam is generated and ; with three billion, and Douglas fir with'' FIELD

Houses rented. selves wholly on a, foreign country the steam rising through the perfora- a little more than two billion. It'
? Such as Japan for a supply so vital to tions in the_ lid, passes through thet should be understood, however, that I i
Taxes paid and Titles ver military and naval efficiency, and'at t ihe, taking up the camphor from the the term "yellow pine" includes sev. I

ffiedfor non-residents.. the same time ,a striking indictment chips as it goes and, following out eral species, the'thre'e most important' Toomer
Fire, Life and Accident Inc against the nation for its failure to through the bamboo tube, enters the of which' are long-leaf, short-leaf and Wilson &: Fertilizer Co.

surance. utilize a. gigantic natural resource, as I btfxes, where it is condensed deposit- loblolly. Oak including all species,
well as a )high paying industry. ing the camphor In a-solid mass has nearly two billion feet, and is the Jacksonville Florida
Indemntv) Bonds. I most hardwood. l ,, .
Important\>> Uaea .6f Camphor. | Not Necessary to Destroy Trees. important' Maple

'oI ....... tO..oo ..o.. ..u 0I. The part played by camphor In the This method of cytting down the comes next.Dogwood, about halfway Local 'Agent, : Waters. & Corson 'Orocery, Co.,
comes ,
manufacture of smokeless powder, as I r trees themselves, of course,- necessitates ,
the list with than
well as in oar nitro-cellulose products '' the destroying of the camphor dfwn more seven \
...
] board feet and of those
i is largely a secret held by the forests. But, according to :Mr. Mun- million sy>e- .

I; great explosive manufacturers. Efforts son, his investigations in Florida r PS mentioned Turkish boxwood _- . u.. .
S.II.BUROCKREAL last with 1 I. than thousand
thirty
I comes ass -
from
to obtain these manufac- showed that just as good quality and '
1i turers the figures on the amount of just an much camphor could Ive feet, followed by many others ': + l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I It 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 I II I II I I I I 1 1 II II I
obtained too insignificant to list but making It
camphor used in the powder supplied by merely clipping off : .
total of all kinds of than mil
more a I .
ESTATE to the government for its big guns today leaves and small branches of the ,
lion feet. Of the native species,
proved ineffective. The manufacturers young trees, which promptly grow out I ,tt
laur-1] holly and fall.rv ,
admitted that yucca netir- ;
merely camphorwas
the stem not being
INSUR'ANCEExamination again parent
the foot of the list in relative quanti-
on." of the important ingredientsof harmed in the ]least. In this manner -
the formulas of many of the high a camphor prove ran last for years. I Industries That tree Wood.

of Titles explosives. "Tlw first camphor trees" said :\frIun..on wood Fifty-five as raw principal material. industries Their relativeimportance line Fine Large Grove For Sale t
In addition to being used in powder :\ "were brought to this coun-
is' hard to indicate because
-
camphor forms one of the principal try between( 1870 and 187.ri. They ,
Specialty. alone is not in all cases
quantity
constituents of celluVoid. '
Somethinglike were planted in Florida and flourished. !( .
criterion of value of an i industry to 1
75 cent of the imported a t .
camphor .
.r per About 1880 the department of )
CorresDondence Solicited. the community in which it 's situated, "
into the United States yarly agriculture distributed seeds and small f..
I : to the country as a who1More --.
nor
used in pharmaceutical ; ,
- 1 is preparations trees, and these were sent around for
I than one-half of the total 1 consumption : :
so, alt Dr. Howard Alliston, one k
nursery purposes. '
consists of planfng mill f3 '
of the best known experts on explosives "The camphor trees soon became pro- I ,j
ducts, the largest items of which are
pointed out to the press, it can favorites for wind breaks, for shade J'
be safely assumed that the [ and for. of flooring, siding, .tel: ng, and finishing. .2; _"
ornamentatioarbutseeneeverthonght -
purposes purposes
C.W.CR1FFJN: of the balance is utilized in majority The next industry, -in point of quan- -
., luring puWUer Without which 6t tity of wood used, is the manufactureof We have for sale, at a great sacrifice, a large. bearing orange and ;It ,
our navy starting a camphor plantation for the boxes and crates. Nearly four convenient tto station \nd will be : t
Stale) and FancyGROCERIES anad army would be helpless. gum to be thus obtained. It was not grapefruit grove railway pleased to f

In 1907, the last year for which fig- 'I' until 1904 that the government show- makers timese as of much boxes wood and crates is demanded as by the by give interfiled parties full particulars as to this splendid property, as t J L

urea are available the United States'Imported
1 marked signs of interest in the "
3,138,397 pounds of crude establishment% any of the new industry. builders of steam and electric cars, well as any other kind of investment desired either large or small, ti ,
i
= the
which next, and fivefold
camphor and 463,9pounds of refined Then men were sent to Florida to investigate amount come that into furniture, whichin improved or vacant and solicit the correspondence of any one inter- ,,'
camphor. Practically all of this goes
with view to establishing
.. II a turn leads vehicle manufacture. ested in this either for health's sake for )
,*.'> rr> thrnnirh the Javanese monopo- : a camphor nanufactrry. Up to splendid country, or the hpurpose
Vehicles lemand surprisingly large
-.. it1 "ttM. Tho total] arena 1 > tl present 'km in no isms fj.-U.rj1 of engaging in line of business. Here Pv
much of it must any are great opportunities -
*. if wood, and
to all
ls ? Delivery Partsof <- t !lilt! '. it SlQt 'IJC JV( !1 : raYtA.t1Ni J7flUj
the 'sJ ju<:t .tal i! till rtn'-xlm | Ilt,,t' I: J 'lldlt lit .a' ,oie:1' 11 it a )ugh class in order to meet and especially for the citrus fruit industry or cattle growing .4 f

City .,< 7 .ute i a i II:>* lIt till LMJIIa s li jiil La. \\r: it;im'kii >>"''lI"\1\ r."i-i"1ti'5,: l ota for frames, gears as this country is well adapted to growing citrus fruits and production ) ,
..... :.JI IltUK UCV )ili lit> enuL'ltj! jf 1 jti.,; '
:
A is mac rrom Wood. of beef where feed is [
nnat
cheap required
no except pasture.
s The South Better Adapted to it Than I for our own use, instead of dependingon Chair, listed separately, from fur-

eyZ Formoaa. Japan for an article so largely usedin niture, come after novelties and supplies -

Z ........ . . '. ..0000.000000 C. N. Munson of Brooklyn recently >' war, a gigantic camphor planta for dairymen, poultry keepers, 4 :
: returned from a viait to Florida*here tion in Florida, which will not only aid apiarists, and just before handles! f :'\
THE he went to investigate the possibility supply our own home requirement., and musical instruments. About mid Wanted
of raising camphor trees in the south but which will be large enough to permit and .
the list come
GRAYSTfJNE'I'U and of starting industry that would the shipping of camphor to other wood way down pipes. Among-the products pumps im- _h_____ __ __.. __ __ '_h .
t remove this country from dependence'!; .countries. This could be made to
to list separately are r
portant enough We have clients for loans in follows One for ?1
e upon Japan in this respect. yield a handsome return to the government canes and umbrella sticks, brooms, amounts a< :

m m YETIs lie reported that his research work, ] and would be taking out firearms, artificial limbs and tobacco $1,000, one for'$800 and one for $400; all good safe loans with real ,
', ', New and cortd-hand;; ;; utom.- coupled with that done by men from the hands of.a single nation the' mo-I I pipes. ;
> bow -'>' ale' from! 1100 tc the department of agriculture, revealed :: nopoly of a peculiarly dangerous agent I The apportionment of wood among estate security and good stiff rate of interest. Also have a cottage

.tL000Ia.aar. at. OrayatoB Garar that certain parts of the south were of war. I the various industries, grades from to sell with small cash payment and balance on monthly payments,

.. /. TIDIIIM, 'It,. .. 0. rtlTEII ,. better adapted to camphor growingthan "Should the 'government not take up I' product, which take I
Up downlto {ike rent.
|
chance most
those regions from whreh the en- the matter, there would be a aeroplanes and dry ,
tire supply of the article now comes. for some private corporation. It requires I I kilns, at the bottom, of the list. kt
t' Experimentation showed, he declared about three years from the day ,
I I' that it was possible to raise camphor of planting for young camphor tree. I|i It is stated on good authority that i.r .
4' ....4i00000000000000'LEWIs harvest from them without killing: the to arrive at a size sufficient for them ,' one out of every three blind children

,- ; trees, as the method used in Formosa to be stripped of leaves and small,,I. loses its eight owing to the carelessness '
O'BRYAN doe,.. Without camphor, he pointedout branches for the itilL It requires but I! of nurses or attendants at birth. 3t sl
;/i' :1 :. celluloid! could not be manufac a few -weeks for the grow s.
ATTORNEY. AT LAW.8PECIALIZINQ turad. out again and not much loner before Turkish women are now taking up.

t ---- According Mr: Munson, who Is once again the grove may be sheared eroplaning. NELSON, REALTY CO. '' &
I I INABSTRACT the son of Pilot Munson, who took the for its harvest of gum.- .
Merrimac into San"Juan'harbor with "To show the '&TiP.of the Japanese possible when practically the whole 1" ifr
: Hobaon and sank her there, the annual monopoly, let me tell you that the world crop is 'owned by a single body. .. .
.. monetary-yield-fromcamphor: price of crude camphor Has fluctuated "It Ur time for the government to ,,
? <: AND Industry which in three year could since }899 from seventeen, cents a /ppen its eyes to what may result froma
'fr- : TITLE: WORK built up In Florida, would .be betweenbe pound to..fifty .eentaa. pound while neglect of. opportunity to seize REAR STATE BANK, i: KISSIMMEE, FLA. ::

.L .., $4,000.000 and$5.000,000. There,are refined eamp or'. price varied from upon a precaution that under certain .
'w 1TO0. broad. fluctuations. in ,the 'prices'' of thirty-one cents to eighty'cents. This j Circumstances, such as war, might

""-_ 1 . 0 ., 00. -,- .,. crude ,ax4: refined;camphor"; but, the Illustrates ,the,.scope,of manipulation. .."..u. from national diaa el'." i ,
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sLEEP DiSTURBMG BLADDER WEAKNESS '. .' , . .
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I BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM: QUICKLY VANISHEven :CR ; : : : ': "

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Most Chronic Sufferer' the blood, and' drive It put of, the,. .ATLAKECltYLake j,I \ : ; .
Find Relieffter' yctem.
'A'Fewt'Dosd. 1 ,
,Are TakenBackache So sure; 10'positive, 'so' quick and ,
lasting the '
are results obtained; froth'the "t.
'Cjty.-One .of the leading departments
of
ute -Croxone that three dosesa
urinary cHs 6rderv and day for -a few days are often all of the Baptist denomination .
rheumatism are 'caused from weak that is required in Florida is that of the B. Y. P. :
to cure the wont
inactive kidneys which fail to filter case of backache, regulate the most U. Once each year the members of B Business People : : :;
out the impurities and keep' tl* blood annoying.bladder disorder, and overcome this department hold an annual en*
I pure and 'the only way on earth. to tl.e numerous other similar campment on the ground of Columbia
premancntly and poeitively cure such conditions.It college at. Lake' City. :The datxTforthis ,
troubles is to remove the cause. I i is the most wonderful year's camp is July 12-17. This .
preparation ?
The new'discovery Croxoue, cures ever made for the It vamp for past years has had an average :
purpOIe.
such conditions because it reaches is 'entirely different from all other attendance of about 360 young : '
the very roots of the disease!! : It remedies. There nothing else on people. It is expected that'the attendance Should
soaks .right into the Hopped up inactive earth to compare with itIt is so will reach its highest mark You Know .
kidneys, through tile walls and! prepared that it is practically impossible this year. The officers of this camp y
: linings cleans out the little' are as follows: .
; filtering to take it into the human system "
cells and glands; neutralizes and dissolves without result, G. E. Mabry, president. /( . "
f the poisonous uric: acid substances You obtain ""to''
can an original packageof Runyon Stephens, Ocala, vice-presi. .,
that lodge in the '
I, joints and dCroxoue at triftineCOllt from any dent. \ '
,: (muscles to scratch and irritate and store. All druggistsare : t;" '.(,
rheumatism authorize Roy Chalker, Lake City, treasurer. IN '. '
it
awe ; neutralizes the ,
to' .
personally return '.
Mrs. J. J. Gainesville Jr. i _
f tit 1ne so it no longer irritates the the' purchase price i if Croxone fails to leader. Cloar ,
tender membranes of the bladder, give desired results, regardless of
. and cleans out and strengthens the how old you are how long you have George Hyman, Sanford secretary. '
stopped up lifeless kidneys l so they suffered or what else bas failed to Mr. Hyman is mailing out this year's
inter and cift all the poisonj from cure: program, which is considered to be
you
i the bestyet prepared and which will

. be aa follows: KISSIMMEE
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Sunday, July 12. '
large phosphate plant which .
drying 9:30 A. M.-Bible First ,
TO ERECT DOCKS AND together with the apparatus necessary Baptist church. ,,- .chogl'at
for handling of and also the
shipping

o'f the acme will cost the Export Phosphate tin 11 A.;A.WoodTLake"TOy.M.-Devotional; ;-by--Rev. Mar-- --- _. __ _. ___ uh_ _.__ ....,.-__ _- I ... -
ELEVATORS'TT MPA in the of I "
company neighborhood .. "
11:15 A. M.-Sermon, Dr. Arch C. T 44 1
while .
$300,000 the entire investmentin Cree. Atlanta, Ga. j I I ", ::
these works and railroad
necessary 1 1'. M. Dinner. T
Tampa.-Contracts have been tracks will cost about $600,000, to say 4 P. M.--Addresses by missionaries. EGGERSGLUESS &; RIEDEL.Carpent.r Notary Public Taxes Paid O. K. BAKERY t
entered nothing of the value of the property.The I FIRE!-
into between the Export Phosphate 6:30: P. M.-Song service-Charles E. A.Niemeycr
Export Phosphate company has and I* Your Home Insured? It Not,
L. Polk, leader. Repair Shop
company of Mulberry and the large holdings at Mulberry and other 7:30 P. "I Why Not. Call on Red Band Brand Candy '' C.
board) of M.-Supper.
port commissioners in this .Their mines A. E. DROUGHT. *
in
place in-
are, one Inside
Furnishing Screening
8 P. M.-Address-Dr. Cree.Monday '. 15e Ih.
city whereby there is to be brought to per
Insurance
stance eighteen miles from the estu- and Cabinet Work Agency
Tampa one of the largest phosphate ary and in another only twelve miles. July 13. Our Specialty. .' Room '1,St.te Bank Bid*. GuraRt.'PurL
plants in Florida which is to- be located From these mines it is proposed to 6:30: A M.-Watch by Rev. T. F. Phone 292.
in the east side of the estuary.. ..,
lay a railroad track direct to the estuary Callaway Wacon. Ga.
The proposition as put to the board property for the hauling of 7 A. M.-Breakfast. WILDER'S STUDIOIs '
BASS
O. F.
of port commissioners embraces the phosphate in its raw state. It will be 8 A. M.-Song service. ;M
building of a large slip and piers and brought to the plant to be built on the 8:30: A. M.-W. M. U. by Mrs. H. C. the Place to Take Your Kodak Contractor la
an elevator on the east side of the estuary property and there dried for Preelneau Jacksonville. r
vtstuary. On the pier will be erected a shipment. The company deems this to" 9 A. M.-Missions by Miss Cora Films for Developing If You Plain and Decorative

be the most expeditious manner in Hancock Socrum. Painting and Paperhanging
which phosphate can be handled from 9:30 A. M.-Sunday school. I Want the Best Results.
the mine to the ship and has carefully I 10 A. M.-B. Y. P. U. by Miss Ver- 515 Sproule Ave. ,* Phone 67.
No. 666. calculated that the company will savea na Ruth Harris Atlanta Ga. ..
great deal of money by this process. I Ii 10:30: A. M.-Recess.
Ttta !. a prescription prepared ecpectalfy i 11 A. M.-Devotional. DIXIE THEATER
for MALARIA.. CHILLS.. F VtR. Turkish women are now taking up : 11:15: A. M.-Address by Dr. Cree. *
rive or. six doses will break any case, and aeroplaning. 12:30: P. M.-Dinner. Cool Clean, Comfortable ,
U takes then a* a tonic the Fever will not 4:30: P. M.-Reception. t

return. It acts oa the liver better than Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! 6:30: P. M.-Supper. High Class Entertainment
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 2Se Dollar Day, July 11. 7 P. M.-B. Y. P. U. missionary "
-
meeting. Only. :

.. .. -- 7:30 P. M.-Song service.

8 P. M.-Annual address by Rev. Your ad in this Space will Cost You

'\ Bunyan Stephens, Ocala. ONLY $1.00 PER MONTHIn WATERS &: CARSON GROCERYCo. The,Leading Moving Picture Show ,. -S

, Tuesday, July 14. is Found at the
6:30: A. M.-Watch. by Rev, Callo- the Oldest and Most Widely .
way. Read Newspaper in the Klsnimmee PASTIME THEATER "

7 A. M.-Breakfast. Valley District.J. Everything to Eeat.::
INSTOCK, 8 A. M.-Song service. Gardner.Bron.. Mgrs a aA
8:30: A. M.=W. M. U. by Mrs. Peel- S '
man. W. PRENTIS .
'i1 1 NELSON REALTY CO.
9 A. M.-Missions, by Miss Han- ,.
PLARERI REsAevs STEAM FEEDS cock. Pianos, 'Organs, Talking Machines,
MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP 9:30: A. M.-Sunday school 9 Darlington Ave.. "

TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS 10 A. M.-B. Y. P. U., by Miss Har Se1l'ine.Huhin.... .: I, ,' l ln
PERKiNS' .R.ROLlil MACHINERY!: ris. Property Sold oa

, jlfO.JlfES, a. .. ... L SAWMILLS 10:30: A. M.-Recess. Broadway.W. .
! BOILERS. .p .. 4e L I/rbt .ad RY7'IAWDV.T 11 A. -Devotional.: I Commission. n

pGRVllYOR.: SLAB CAR"IIIYOIU 11:15 A. M.-Address by Dr. S. B. .
Jacksonville. G. HANKINS '
GASOLINE EJlfG.JllES STEAM.FEEDS Rogers '
LATH JU...... STAVE MILLS 12:30: A. M.-Dinner. .D. G.-M'KAY REAL, ESATE, I. \E. E. MAGEE'i: .
''DI..TOJif .AWj, 4 P. M.-Field day. Adding Machine and ; ' *'''' T .
"- ., AGENcY.1'a' : I Carpenter and Builder
6:30 P. M.--supper. ..
lAW BITS f.. all nak.a '.. .... '. '" ', i i', '
7 P. M,-B. Y.P.. U. devotional .' '
f' .IIA..JlfG PULLEYS BOXES meeting. -I. . 'Typewriter', ", ,- ,' i'; (Graystone: BlockSell : ."' ,. Job Work and General Repairing
.... BltLTJRG. !. 'gr.d.-.edt.a. .. ..... 7:30 P. M.-Song services .t< ' For SaW' '" .' "< I.Land* V. . '.'.- ,' "*.' ,,','* ..-P. '.,-.\ .;;;:SawiPUing I a Specialty.V, I

LOG. CHAINS CART'DOOKS'' TONGS 8 P. M.-Lyceum attraction. Anywhere on Commission "" 15 Darlington. Ave. ', r.

fr EVltR\"TnIJlfG FOR TRill Wednesday, July 15. DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE. -' \f
;
SAWMILL 6:30 A. M.-Watch by Rev. Callo- I 'I OLIVER'S SUITATORIUM' ... V'ti $
Writs torPrioeM way. COLE & UNLEY :
i
7 A. M.-Breakfast. Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes Mad. to Measure Cloth '

8 A. M. service. I .
t 1s -Song J Furnishings. I Jewelers.and Optometrists Cleaning, Pressing andptepalrlngHat
8:30: A. M.-W. M. U., by Mrs. Peel- '
a \ 'Bloeked
:. man. CJe.netL.aIi&
9 A. M.-Missions? by Dr. C. J. 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor. I 111 Broadway.
':1f: Thompson Raleigh, N. C. j Phone 61. s,

9:30 A. M.-Sunday school. HUNTER LAND CO.
-- 0 A. M.-B. Y. P. U. Miss Har-
-
- } by, -.
ris. C. F. DIBBLE & SON V. R. ELLIS
Real Estate, '' M
10:30: A. M.-Recess.
.: 11 A. M.-Deyotional. Electrical Contractor .
Fancy Groceries
The Properties that Will
-- 11:15: A. M.-Address by Hon. C. Water and Light Collector i
.
Ii Crooke.12:30: A. !M.-Dinner. W'I Please.H. Phone 154. Phone 220 8.Darlington Ave,

American 4:30 P. M.-Tennis tournament. I
: 6:30 P. M.-Supper. 1 "
C. STANFORD CO. ____ ROSS GRAVES _
' 7- P; M.-B. Y. P. U. Bible study .l

'r: Adding meeting.7:30: P. M.-Song service. I Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes, Hardware, Furniture, Stoves . -

8 P. M.-"Tolerably Good Folks"- i Agricultural Implements,
Booth Lowery. Furnishing and

Thursday July 16. Building Material, .T'
6:30 A. M.-Watch by Rev. Callo-
t i Machine r way. __ Notions.DUTrONHARRIS. Paint., Oils, Etc. .

; 7 A. M.-Breakfast. .
8 A. M.-Song service. CO.
\ \':( The Latent Adder rt 8:30: A. M.-W. M. U., by Mrs. Peel- WENNER-SAWYER ERNEST L, GREEN i

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J', g r man..9 A. M.-"Missions"-Dr.: C.' Shoe I Sign Writer and Decorative

Costs But $35 n Thompson; Raleigh N. C. .1.I I Book and Stationery I II Printer I
9:30 A. school. i
M.-Sunday
! W: Seeourexllibitaskor 10 A. M.-B..Y. P. U., by Miss 106 Broadway. I ;
' / 10 day' trial ris. lIar:1 26 Broadway.Get Phone %8S. tan'
10:30 A. M. Recess.
i ,''t t at Cole & Unley: 11:15 A. M.--Address \by Dn A. P.I KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. 4,
Montague. Your Candle Fresh Front the (?
Now we make thla offer no that ARTISTIC JOB PRINTING t
Here la) a new price on -corji-- 12:30 A. M.-Dinner. for the Home.
Everything
learn CANDY KITCHEN
r'""- petent Add.l;. On a machine ,""iatl olTIc* this everywhere machine may means to 2 P..M.-Trip to White Springs. The Bed that Man and MachineryCan 1
-I.l rapid. fu11-ehe and Intal1lbl w't: 5:30 P. M.-Supper at White
built '- "', E. O. Garland 23 Broadway
t The very Iate.t'mathlne I -' - Springs. Do.
by men who know, In one of the Tbn 7:30 P. M.-Song service.
largest metal-working abol'a. Days' Test 8 P. M,-"Simon Says Wig-Way"- Manager. F. C.- Howe, Prop. The Valley Gazette. _
It !III an rndlvldu Adder to be Booth Lowery. I''
placed on one' deck close to ,\V will II"ladly'Iace In any of-: Friday July 17. v
one's books and papers.To Ink flee )ne 'American Adder for a 6:30. A'. M.-Watch by Rev. Calla Your ad fn this Space will Cot Yet! LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ';l '
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Uie place of the central machine. ten c a>a' teat. way. I
,, requiring- vkllled operators. Thjure will be no obligation.and j 7 A. M.-Breakfast. ONLY $1.10 PER MONTHIn
It is also Intended for offices' charges will be prepaid. 8 A.'M.-Song service. the Oldest and Most Widely Oa That Next Order of Printing "
and stores whe/e costly machinesare Co mpare It with any non-iliter 6:30 A. M <.Junior Mr.
-len Union by Read Newspaper In the KU Onr .U the Better $ort.
a luxury. the coatllest. pet anyone Cloar. 8tmm"'alleJ' District. t

use It. See If any machine. can 9 A. 'Misslonal.-Dr. Thompson. ,. .if . Th. Valley Gazette.
j The price I. due to utter simplicity serve better than tbl ,
and to our enornloua outputs ;JM.t sent this coupon and we'll 9:30 A. M..Sund.l' school. .

Seven keys' do all the work. se nd. the .cbln.- 10 A. M..B. Y; PrJU.f, by. Mia Bar-' : F. H. LAWSON'4 r NEW. &; SECOND HAND STORE. PRINTING < "t;
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t :,,, Each copied numberIS riw. ; I J. E. MBlIemnlz. Prop. y t
shown up for phecklor 10:30 A. M.-Recess. Depend the Man ..a'Eqnlpateat. ,
nd American
Please us an Adding
. before the (addition 11 A. M. Devotional. : Cash.Store Formerly at SHI. Broadway,
t Machine f r ten day* free trial.rilnute. .. ." -N._ "
' II "fh:.d&Cblll.; will add. ;1:15 A. M.-Address by Superintendent e. Stewart Are. Near "Pastime* -We' Bar the Be.t *f Both .'
.lIIbtract and. m.ltlply. J. E. Trice, Arcadia. J ; _
.,.L With very .slight prae1Na._ -- _. -------0\-. _. \ ___ 11:45 X -Addrtss : Broadway.' ., .. -Decidedly a : Store- Th Cazette./to H :
-iris red:da0g.enei nts' -.--- +- William'D. Noalia Lakeland._ by. EdJ - - ..... -. ----< --J'ARIETY -- .:..- ..., .'* Valley-': ___. _?._. _1 m y
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: caloe.never: make mlc ___________.:......--. b.is ;8 P.- M-Song services lrj" W. B. MAKINSON CO.Hatdwan4l(1.t1a7. FISH KAIETI4 STATEMENTS- > NOTE71EA138. ; , ,. '\
/ off lees.;is.-*. , &8:15 P.:M-President's. address.- j ", -.. t erost ,Bill:HediC;\ Letter Head. BaajjsW ,;< '
smalln getting .tat.' .. : ' B '
and are 1 4 P. M Business. i : :
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from these. ma hli .. tb.. ', ., . ,, Visiting Card* Pr | i I rma
iblgh.s4. Classy... ,,'., ... "t Ij .6:80 P. My Supper tti \ ., '-1-.0.0..0,....". .. ..;... L ,,-- .... "
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The Summer Wearing Season is still, ahead of you. Don't fail to take advan- :;

age of this sale to secure your Summer and Fall Footwear at less than cost ..

\ No; matter bow fastidious you may be, your taste will be suited. These Shoes are from our regular stock. They: are all this season's
aE Here the newest combinations of fabrics and leathers 'are
represented style, made by the best American makers-and they are going t
In a wealth of styles. We offer you only guaranteed yaJue' i
I (not .mples-Shoe.) that will cost you everywhere else $1 to $2 for leu money than you'll pay for cheap "samples," seconds or rejected ;
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Ij" more than we ask. Shoe. ,
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j"? WE FIT YOU PERFECTLY.
(yr' I Stop limping through life with a wail of woe over a sore toe. .
Extra---Lot of Misses' and Children Red Goose i
Buy Shoes that conforn to the shape of the foot--Shoe. that give Shoes---Extra
.. you a light and springy step and that make your feet happy.
tl We employ a competent corps of salesmen who know how to "
lit Shoes. With our footograph system we can fit any foot, no matter Here is a Shoe that has a big reputation. You ought to see tl j
how tender it has become through illfitting Shoes. these beautiful Shoes in high and low cut; lace and button. Come
in Children's and Misses' sizes-I! lV\ to 2 and 2Y1.] to 5. $1 5 0 an d $ 2 ',

a $3 and $2 values going at-_______________*________________ J'
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& Here you will find the greatest collection of shoe bargains you t i, ,

ever saw. Odds and ends taken from our regular stock. All sizes, t t A.

'. ,: all styles at''prices that mean you: save. Come early. They wont

,.: ' last long. Three'tables;:and three prices k;
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:., ;. Men's Women's and Children's. high cut Shoes. Every- 1 1-4 SEE \ {

ab w thing, in the house going at .. .,v ,
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MEN AND WOMEN'S LOW-CUT SHOES. STORK BABY SHOES. i
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FOR THE MEN- I MOTHERS ur Baby's tender little feet must be allowed to
develop naturally, without restraint. The ''I
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the right Shoe
There lot of big in this town who need good big
KI1rjl are a men '
is worthy,.of careful
; ; ; feet under them. They want a Shoe that has plenty of toe-room 'I your thought. Stork Shoes are made in accu-
rately shaped rights and lefts from
especially designed lasts. They
and width across.the ball of the foot. There's no reason why these
shouldn't have stylish well comfortable Shoes and Burt Ac protect the growing foot, permit proper development are won- :
men as as ;
de fully soft and comfortable.
; .t a and Packard styles model at greatly gives reduced such wearers prices.FOR .just what they need. All' sizes I Regular I 50-cent value at- ---_____-----_________"____"""JJC I, .

...' SPECIAL EXTRA-HIP GUM BOOTS. r
THE WOMENWe These Boots are just the thing for hunting and fishing. Made*out
have the well known Drew Shoe. If you have never worna of the best quality rubber, built to protect your leg to the hip. You
1; Drew Shoe, all we ask is that you come and try on these we are can wear them in all kinds of weather with the assurance that your ? a
now displaying. The moment you see them-see how trim and feet will always be kept dry. Sizes 6 to I 11. a
graceful they will make, your foot-you will find them irresistible! Regular value $5.50 going at--.__________-_____,'---__--$..O0 xt
These Shoes are here in many pleasing models at prices that will WALTON SHOES-A BIG BUY. +"{
i startle you. ......:_ ,I.< ,_*,,?, Every Woman and Child ought to see these Shoes-in patent, tan !
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That's why you can, get a Mans or Woman's **.... and black, both in high and low cut. Splendidly made and fit like a ?} il

Regular $6.50 value for only___?____________-----------$5.52 ,love., Sizas. ..,. f
.. Regular $6.00 value for only___________?---------------- 5.10 5 to 8-Regular value $1.25, going at._.__________:_.$0.d5.
r Regular $5.00 value for only_________________,.----_____ '4.25 81/2 to II-Regular value $1.50, going at____________ 1,10'IIJz a
Regular $4.50 value for only.___.,,...:-------------------- 3.82 to 2-Regular value $1.75; gang at_______________ L25
Regular $4.00 value for only_____..'_____________________ 3.40 HOISERY DEPARTMENT.We .r
Reguiar $3.50 value for only_______-_______1_______:____ 3.07
Regular $3.00 value for only_________--_________--_____ 2.55 Hose. These carry a complete line of the famous EVERWEAR brand of $$4
Regular $2.75 value for only__________________________ %.34 Stockings make you forget your stocking troubles. !r
I'I rIMkt Regular $230 value for only___________________________ 2.12 also They, the not double only meet the demand for luxurious quality, but present, '
I'i Regular $2.25 value for only________uu________ 1.91 appeal of extra durability and assured economy.
Regular $2.00 value for only__.:_--_____________________ 1.70 POSITIVE GUARANTEE With every box-Six pair to wear '
Regular $1.75 value for only 1.48 six months-or we replace them. All colors and weights.w
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: Regular $ISO value for only ,.,_ 1. 1.27.
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for only..4. 1.06 ,
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.... Regular! .$1.00 value for only------------,-.::------------- .85 Regular .50 value at_______________-"--_-_-_-_-_-_ 38c I' .3e
.j.,.r/"'" INFANTS' SOCKS:-Different colors. Regular .35 value at----------___ ========:::2Sc xt,
...Ji. J'h! : ',' Regular 25c'valuesgoing.> at.4: __*.__'?___....___._,___ISc Regular ,25 value at-------------.111111111_________-.

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