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 10, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00654
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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-:.' NIGHT OFFOORTA LAUD :ROAD .Property. Has Increased,In Osceola- $1,3S29653The :;.County' .FURNISHEDGROWERS,r I ; '. SCORES. ,' ", ;

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PROJECTWillEndeaverto value bf taxable property in Os 'act of the state legislature last session I

ceola county has increased this year and this assessment will bring in .

r from $4,200,202 to 95,612355, accordIng f2,800 to be used by. the county for j .
'W- ', -to the books of Tax Assessor Barber publicity purposes as the commissioners '
,. after approval by the board of see fit. Everybody has expressed 1

1 ; J. D. Ballard Shot by Frank Brick Road county equalization commissioners board this acting week. as a'n this themselves tax, which as will heartily-enable' the favor county of County Agent Will Be Employed : Game .With Haps City i '

In 'view of the increased valuationthe to send out valuable literature about I ; ;

::1: Ledbetter To North County, Line millage board budget made for some 1914 changes, giving' in the the the county possibilities, advertising and giving its advantagesand Interested To Do This! ;. Was Walkover' r

: county the benefit .of a two mill decrease parties reliable information-about land, _. :j
; which will allow for the same its value etc. l 1
AFTER QUARREL OVER MONEY PROVIDING ORANGE COUNTY revenue this year as last. The school The new branch line of the Florida BUREAU OF FARMERS' DEMONSTRATION -i: AIR.TIGliT BA'Ltf: PITCHED BY

1" K THAT LEDBETTER OWED HIM. WILL FIRST COMPLETE ITS and road millage remains the same, East Coast railroad alone showed an WORK WILL ESTAB-1 I. BARZE TOO MUCH FOR VISIT.:;,

; WOUNDED MAN IS IMPROVINGNICELY. SECTION OF TilE JACKSON- the general revenue millage.; was cut increase in valuation ' in half La. was the fine nTforfeituremillage It'--tuU.oLJaaLyear.. JThe-mad is *- ; ' ...
TILLETOTAMPAHGHWAY.; : and to the-budget has been now in operation from May town to 1N Ir NEAR FUTUREThe I' ''n"tAYED lERE.

i i added a new tax of one-half mill for Kenansville and when completed: will -
A shooting affray' on the night 011 Oaceola county commissioners boosted publicity. run to the north shore of Lake Okee- county commissioners in 'sea 1 That wisnt a ball game yesterday.;. ,
July 4th came near resulting seriouslyfor I along: the Jacksonville to Tampa Therefore the millage stands: chobee. sion this week gave -the support necessary It was a slaughter.
Ji D. Ballard of Longwood, who I highway project Monday by Agreeingto Schools, 7 mills; county road fund, Orange groves of the county were to insure the inauguration of So completely did the Kisslmmee-'
was the target for a bullet from a 38 i pave the section of the road between 6 mills; general revenue, 2 mills; fine I the second item that caused the satisfactory the farmers' co-operative demonstration team route the Haines City bunch that
r"caliber Colt, in the hands of Frank S. : Kissimmee and the county line and forfeiture, H mill; publicity Vi increase in valuations. I work in Osceola county in the the game was' not worth while as',a-'f

; ; Ledbetter The shooting occurred north, providing Orange county will mill. Totaling 16 idle, against 18 of | Here are the official' figu"" uu unable near future. which means that tha, contest, but the about 9 o'clock Saturday night in the I first complete its section 'of the road last year: -- - : property' 1n the county! in 191-3] station! will doubtless be located in.; out of the exciting( score work, the'
vicinity of the express office' and waa and meet the Ocesola county line. It is estimated that the increased! and 1914 : Klssimmee and that the county agent home team rolled up. tp

the climax of a dispute over money 1 This action was taken after Senator valuations of county property will rei j i I 1913, real estate, $3,447,375; per- will supervise the work from headquarters 1 The game waa featured throughoutby '
which Ballard claims Ledbetter owes I Donegan and Representative' Bryan suit in a decrease in state millage also, sonal, $565,800; railroad $247.027; here. the hitting, of Pound. Payne, and
him. The pistol was fired at close I in attendance at the meeting, declared ,] probably to the extent of two mil .j or1 j{ total $4,260,280. -Thepurpose of the farmers'demonstration Buxza, and ,,thV-air-tight.pitchingjjfJ;,"
range and the bullet entered Ballard's : themselves in favor of the plan more no authoritative report 1914, real estate, $4,427,625; per bureau as pointed out by Dr. young Bane in the first three innings. ,
body just below the left nipple, passed and stated that' they would use their I 10f the though has yet been made. j I sonal, $763,285( ; railroad, $421,945; A. P. Spencer who appeared before Every man but one fanned. out r
through the brea.t'and Went out at influence to have the legislature authorize The publicity tax allowed by I total, $5,612,855.School the board to urge support of-U work, so the management, evidently decided
,+ the left side, piercing the upper left a special road tax of four mills i : :: ----- is to put an agent in each county who I!I there was no use wasting his brilliant' '
-, for this county in order to make it not only It a practical agriculturistbut Work, and a few minute later, he1 had ;4r
i arm.So far as can be learned there was possible to brick the road to the Orange who is familiar with the ..p.ecldjneed8 ) donned his ;regular" clothes and:was ,l''
no witnesses- the shooting. The county line and also to brick the SATURDAYis : and advantages of the county,' circulating 'itmong the ladies in' the
pistol shot was heard by a number of road from Kissimmee to St. Cloud. in which he.. works, and is also an authority ,grrandstand-re.popular hero. ? t-
I people in the neighborhood and a few .With the support of Senator Done- on diseases, etc. This man lain j. Pound went Into the 'box In'the: : ;
minutes later Ballard came running gan and Representative Bryan, it is truth a public servant and is subject fourth inning ,and pitched a mighty'good
i Into the Manhsttan hotel screaming he not likely that any effort' would be I to the call of any person desiring : game also, gettingonly, one-
was shot. lie was given attention anda made to block the passage of such an information about farming and citrus scratch hit.. He retired at the end of
messenger dispatched for a doctor act, as It would affect' Osceola county growing or help in cases where pe.t.\ the seventh Inning and gave Ammons. '
s and Sheriff' Ingram alone, and the commissioners are con- or disease appear to affect' orchardor 'and Hardin a try-oat In the last two'
fident that with this extra fund they crop. I Innings. holding Haines dty , Tried to Collect Money. 'Dollar in KissimmeeBe made in the fifth.Kissimmee -, ,
Bal could put both these roads in fine Day How Agent Work. : one score
for the doctor,
lard While stated waiting that Frank Ledbetter had shape, as well as carry on other road i 1'heeountytlrtlnt --work.--under-the'+I -. eeored C "20 all-totdy which- '. {
work necessary throughout the county. state demonstration {J. some score.: .
done the shooting, and he talked rather = ,
Orange County Notified. bureau at Gainesville and this The Klssimmee boys have noticeably -, s'
?> freely of the cause, though plainly ': improved in team work since the
The county commissionerswere bureau U under the general supervision -
l-<';: the he was pistol suffering wound and considerable was bleeding from officially notified of the action sure to come to town. All of the of the United States government. initial games. with Loughman-ilast\ "'
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(Continued on page eleven.) .. yesterdays gsme'.wasup!
'''+', 3 profusely. (Continued on page eleven) I test'of their metaL It !la evident.'how.
Ballard said he had come down from merchants have their stores ever, that'the team baa plenty of good i f"
'.- his home in Longwood on the Fourth Graystone Casino material and ",
improving every day.' ,
!. to collect some money which Ledbet- filled with bargains TO MOVE: FURNITURE I I In the game with Lou hmaa on the c,
P f, ter owed him for work. Ledbetter I ,,
To Open This Month i morning of the Fourth the work done ,
se . ;ave him a check for the work, whichlUie ,{I : : TO LAKELAND by the home boy was of the A-t variety "x
: claims he could not get cashed L Come and see the Window Displays STORE featured by BarsVa-: brilliant:
''t: thonrh he tried several places in the With New-Pictures "- -, -j ,, ipltdbinwith pod ,ftelc nc.'jne;< 1
m: eit), lie then went Ledbetter' ? r._ __ ___'_ __ __ ______ I Tile Klssimmee Furniture store'wa's'sold score was 2tto'1 in favor of Klssim r }
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,f...; home to ask' for hip money' and Led- ; ; : : : this"week'to J.; W. Kimbrough of., mee.'' -The afternoongame of the, 'l
",.' better started back to town with him An effort is being made'to have the I'I'O" nd and the entire stock is to be Fourth was won''' by. the .Loughman
: presumably to help' him get the money new Graystone theater in readiness TEACHERSThe move to Lakeland within the next team' with a score of f t4.L";

.: ) on the check. On the way to town for opening on Saturday night,, July,-wMch-will.. Isave Klsslmme Next ,Thursday the, Kl..tmmeeteam w,
... they quarreled over the matter and 18. Unless some unexpected hitch occurs without a' store devoted exclusively to will meet a strong Cuban team
Canard claims that Ledbetter cursed : in the plans of thef management -- I the furniture trade. = ', from Tampa: .playing on the home +

t' 'hIm,.addlng;.m kill you," then cud every detail of the building will be in No. 16,. St. Cloud,' teacher,. E.: P.' Flood and 'T-P."Ifendricka.; diamond-- and a game with Arcadia ia
II board of instruction :
.J out of his pock- order by that time and public .
his arrangements .
denly whipped gun Mrs. Lola Atwood. . former owners of the rtore here are beiogarranged for July 26, to,be Played +
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shot without, givingBallard completed with the film who in regular session Wednesday of this of this \ '< ,
: company
< ,and Lakeland men, and Wednesday here also l-v.1.
'tIme for defense-even if he had had a j'1s to furnlsh/th*! pictures for.the house. week there) being present.W C. Bass : School No. '16, St Cloud, te ac1er'i! I t week the lale' was consummated In It I. just possible that a' game:* ).
1 1'i..t.. weapon of any sort'Which he claims .; It is, likely that the theater willonlynut chairman .George W. Overstreet' ,Miss School Lacy No.Witberspoon.16 'St., Cloud .teacher Lakeland,' and order ''giren that the JPalatka may be arranged forgone amr he did not'have., on picture shows for the remainder W. W. Chandler, and W. J. Sears, superintendent. ; for Palatka team'will ', .
T, j Miss Fleda Doolittle.' .' .' stock here be packed shipment as next week, as the :
t.f ( 'On, the other hand ,Ledbetter claims J of the summer months, but School No. 16 St. Cloud teacher, quickly as'possible. ''Mr.. Kimbrough, be in'' Orlando for three' games.), and -'"* ;
"! to have shot in self-defense, stating 1 11P with the 'opening of the regular theatrical In addition to transacting routi.e the'will add th,,' stock to the home''management hopes to, get tic

that Ballard threatened him and drew I season vaudeville will be add i I business, the board made the folJqit'Y"I .i Miss School Iris No.Oliver.' 16, St. Cloud, teacher,,I an extensive new tine.of furniture, them for one g me ,here.0.: u, z *;
.a knife on'hint before he fired. Later I ed to the! dairy bill and the management jing.I appointment of teachers: I !Miss Lillian Dale. i hardware; mill supplies,etc., he is put Tomorrow the home ,team plays it) the
k! in the evening when Sheriff' Ingram I Ir expects to land a good percent- ,White. ting in in Lakeland. Loughman team at Loughman. ' .'

:'af, and deputies arrested Ledbetter he age of the best shows that make the .1 School-No. 1, Kissimmee hi -hninthgrade Colored. : :I It- is announced by K. O. Garland The score of yesterday's cam. follows '
1'. stated to toe officers' that after the big towns of the state. the manager, that the local store wiltibe ,. 6
teacher, Miss Louise Clark. School No. 20, KiasimiQce, principal, ; ,
'. shooting he picked up Ballard's knife To Handle Big Shows. I I open for busirasn for several days :.f. +
.and had it in .his possession, but the The theater building was planned School No. A? Campbell, teacher, open. and all customers who come, will KI.air.erAB.n.: H.: P( A.JW!}
.::1., officers' say they have not seen the with this in view. It has a standard Miss Vera Hargrove. t School N'o. 20, Kissimmee, teacher,1 II III be given the bent of ett: ntlon." M. Pounds., ...__,,_;,,._ e 4''e IVrft' ,..r.C.r.on. -
I School No. 9, Pinny Point, teacher, M. : E, Wright. lb.1 j j ;4 Ie 0'
knife, and Ledbetter.hal, not offered stage and plenty of dressing room I ib------- B -
t.j'. < to produce it. space, which /neans that any production Miss Pearl Parsons. School No.. 20, Kissimmee. teacher, I J. GRIFFIN BUYSOSCEOLA Pane k. rf::::::::::: 4 1 0 nr A 1 : 4
School No. 12, Narcoossce teacher
0'', Ballard says he only owns one knife coming south can be ] Mrs. Rosa Meeker. I Pearl Johnson. I I AUTO COMPANY Alvey.. tf--------------i If. and e...__ I 1. I 'e'y0 0 0Bussa

I and that is a little Barlow, which was The Sosman brothers of Atlanta, saidto i I School No. 12; Tison Creek teacher School No. 2ft( Kissimmee, teacher,I -- .. nun Sb_____________-_ t 0,1 t40 /
w of his I scenic .artists in the I Bars. Pound, H.rdln. ,' .
in overalls he the best
at the mill the pocket Joanita Tf .
<-& i Miss Ola Campbell. ompscn.I :i The Oscaoia Auto company. caanged Ammon, p___ __ 002Taylor. 0
at the time of the shooting. No south; are in the city this week pre | School No. 19, Greeley, teacher, I School No. :25, Ashton, teacher, L. I I hands this week J. F. O'Eefty, former .. c-t---------- - t''i ,,,1 14 :S 0J.fcA1JJatu U 4

$; weapon was found on' his person after paring a complete line indoor of scenery and for i Miss Newsome. A. Young. :I i owner, selling. the Posse'4 avenue x If ._______1 _GOOD_.___._0

:* :the shooting. the stage, including and all out- | School No. 22, Wolf Creek teacher, I School No. 2ft.Meridia, teacher Wilt 1 I building garage a.nd complete: stock to 413011 IT f ,e ;
' ; Wound Not Dangerous. I door scenes, necessary' properties C. P. Belknap. S. Johnson. '' ': J. J. Griffin. 7 W
; hos- are being installed: They are also 1 H.a... C'IIT- AB. H.H.TO. A''H. ,
taken to the Rivers will coutinu
School Griffin to. perate
Ballard I No. 28 1 Mr.
was BasBenirer, principal
which is to School No. 40,, Narrooosee, teacher, Brown b-,_.._. 40 0 1 tV-1. ,-
+ hisL painting the picture screen ,
;: Saturday nfght, where Mr. K. F. Howen. the business under its name '?
.I hoSPital present Smith, ib---------- I U'. told:,
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1 wounds were dressed. It was thought i be finished in the newest and most o School No 28, Basiencer-teacher, j' M. Robersbn. and in jts present I :at'onIn addition O. Adair ...____-____ 4 0 e 1 ::1 .
approved method. !t I "Tedder. cf._;;_._:;:.;. ;;:-T"'O C l' li-r r {
; first that he was desperately 1 Miss Bessie Lawson. -1.- He will establish hiV agency for '
at ...will Scott o____,______J.fc It. 4 S e
,. .. 'Wo n !ed'blft reports are that the bul- 1 The building seat approximately School No. 16. St. Cloud, principal.. Mrs. Edward Nordene left Wednesday the Overland cars at the garage. J. Adair "..._..___.._.lOt ''.1';,
laLjpnly grazed the lung and unless ( eight hundred people. The many Miss Cora L. Maine. to join her husband in Tampa, The Osceola Auto, company is considered Donohi> t 0'' e e. ni'
unexpected complications arise he will windows and high ceiling make it School No. 16, St. Cloud, assistant where they will make the'r.' future I oneof- the mot. t valuable ,Tale- ,.. ih---:. r, ,e e >.i 'f' 'It +,
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''L likely recover rapidly. Ballard Insisted I delightfully tool and the exits .are principal, Mr. C. N. Carries. home.. Mr. Noiden recently became blocks In the city and Its.tran.fer was -.--'- .- ..1.
4 upon.oinf hom the night of the I so arranged that the house can be School No. in, St. loud: teacher. connected with Hutchinson's drug an important business' deal of the IT.,1 L'24,1i C
shooting, but when the northboundtrain emptied in five minutes in case of'ne- Mrs. Laura Lee. store in that City.I' week.nmee. Score by In.IDIr"R.:- : .H..m. "'., i
was found to be two hours late, cessity. Electrical and building inspectors KI..lmm.. _____ ,450 Ie. 14.--t0,14 0'' '
the authorities thought he had better of the Southeastern Under H aln.a City000 01* eoo- 1. a \
inthe night, however, writers' association cf Atlanta have UmpCre-lar!: Luvfen :. '
remain. Later t ti
I lie disappeared from -and, given.the house a clryr: certificate.Expreieneed : I' Homes of Prominent Kissir People I
according to statement made to Manager. SEARS AND'; '
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Sheriff' Ingram L. T Forlaw, who has been in the }. \
,i the when ittcame through -at 2old" city for several months, is to be manager "
train '
: a. m. and'went home. People who of the Graystone casino. He is URGE, BRICK ROAD r'I
when the train pull- an experienced moving picture and ,
at the depot ,
were ti -. :.;.;.
and is also expert -11
that theatrical man' an
catch .Z
he diet not "
and out
.y,, ed train in and there say seems to be some my electrician, which assures excellent I W., J. Sears and E: L, Lesley IW"f!erg' j r> 'v.
\ about how he did get home. service in every line. trip to OrUndWedneedaj, afternooa'4, r
tery reason neither Ballard or Mr. Forlaw states that he believesthe :. ," ; In .the interest of the Jscksonvill .te, r
For some
:: / Ledbetter ire Inclined to talk about Kissimmee public will appreciatea i: iI much highway,''which is creating so
menU they good show house and he means to I interest>at thU time. Measi' _
'-i..,, *,"t affair _alttcathestai{ !
":\ !\ .each made- on the night of tlifrsljoot-: lee to>iirthat the city has a season : ; ears and Leal..lappeared before he "'-... r ,
Orange county: board of ,
of ,
tt when both were excited. goovl s. commiulon-n
?:t<*< ing'is at, his home in Lottgwood and im An orchestra will be Installed from :, era to, inform them of the.action talcenTby h' r f

i* 1 nicely, but how bs got there the beginning and the operator secured q'sa4'e :the Osceola. county eommlatlonj. ,-., .
.. :Is proving matter of surmise. And just why to look after, the picture machine I er.,, agreeing to brick this county's ''. 1
L1 a much mystery should surround the has had experience, in some of three and a 'half miles of the road :"
BO an apparent effort' made toW the large cities of the north. Whatis from Klaslmmee to the county linenorth ...
th: case hush it ,'is not explained. considered the best machine on the ,providing Orange county wilt ;, if
,1_ LedbetUr up is out on board of $1.000 market is being put in. \ brick her. read to meet the Osceola ;._{
r11: 'awaiting developments )In Ballard's I county road at the line. t '.(; I" ,.,1t
., t, '' __ RACES DAYTONA BEACH. The Orange'county commissioner >i.i.,

,/\ tcovery. __ Orlando.-So successfulndlnter i promised to take the;matter and *'act.' ..f)

"' I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. eating were the automobile racesVaji: ; visement.-,,...-, .: 'V -i- -... C. .
w h at Dayton B .ch. .bder the auspice* r 'I' )l'r 'NOTICE Is" hereby given to all of,,:the Automobile association y . ,'. : i ori 4LVIN,.PLATT. BACK "n ;:
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.," it. < ; renters of propPt on July, 4th, .that another-inse t ;;;.'1_: ; I t.t' i : lab "' -
;' < y2d-all. agent."bcI will be, ,arranged for LabordayLthfirst.Monday I "'"'\ tl
Caltin'IPtatttwu In"tb. ,
the t tity}thls Zir
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Val:;! <11.!, 'ate any.prop.rt in September., 1
whatsoever, that all weeds and I .The races 'on the Fourth''dr.wfth: e .. . Week greeting old friends. and attend- ;
} l. ,city excessive; growths mud tie t'-doW'll 1 greatest number 'orutomobtlese vel . ....".....: ing/to business-:.Ca> baa ,rec nUyVparchaked : ",1a f '
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; i : bill. do" -.tIITolQ Savage place-ton :' ,
,+ ,aa Rand.r..nd.ftlftO.e4-and.all-: must seen on':thbeach,1 notwithstanding ri I ::
> "' ',a,pteked'up'ad.t, (In tb.pest on that magnificent speedway Caeoa-to. that place.' H. ha.' old:;euU _' ,ti i
/ ':'[ '; : to.witness,'race rtfn+for world his cattle -and otherInteresta;:. .. on ta.:: J ';''J'
..' cawsleeswrill ba" JJbef! rettheremay r records by.the'.Amerlean'Automobil' < east coast and stat.f that'he to kit '- : ;" ;
: In ,Osceola'couAiy tay.VThe-' i '
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V amateur driver it . the county and contains mtm. : ,
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IFli REVENUE OFFICER 1 New Firm A. J. Key, salary as scavenger 60.00 : Tampa. 'City will 'grade, pave and
: G. F. Parker Presents ExpectsTo J. C. Griffin, shop work1.75 I BUILDING OPERATIONS I curb various streets

Mach Bros, teams for street I
Savannah Masons MAKES CAPTURE Help Develop work ..___._..___.____.__. 4.00J. ---
J. Dann, shop work, street ACTIVE AT THIS TIME ,
_. __ ___ ._ :37.20 :->-:-.<-:-.->- : : .
Relics Local Fish -
With Gold Last Tuesday United States Kvenue Industry : ierld
1 I'I'I. O Co;; merchandisestreet . I' i
Officer Smith captured Bill in the. I. work _____uh_.___ 005 Building operations have been revived J. SEE '
of Earl Yates about
ti, While visiting in Savannah the pasta possession twjnty The fishing industry in Kissimmee 'State Bank of Kissimmee, pay in KisHimmee after a lull of ,
v week, Judge George F. Parker was miles south of St. Cloud. Officer and vicinity will doubtless increase in I roll for street work._. __ __ 140.95J. some time and from all reports sev-
Smith Yates
arrested and brought him
.xoyally entertained by Solomon's Ma- importance with the appearance of a E. Lupfer, hauling for street eral new residences and new building
to Kissimmee. Wednesday Yates
his was work 11.00R. blocks are being planned for completion Johnson'sSPECIAL
No. 1, following
a aonic lodge pre taken to Orlando to appeajbefore the new local firm which proposes to han nunnu I
to the dle a large wholesale and retail trade H. Ludlam, services as city before the winter season opens.
14 k, jewels of the organization, which have United him States under commissIOner bond ,for who 'placed J. W. Platte: of New Boston, 111, andJ. engineer ______________._u 300 Excavation was begun Tuesday for
'., beep in the possession of his family $1,000 spring C. McFarland of St. Louis are mem- Americana LaFrance Fire Eng. '., the handsome business building R: I D. ,
of the federal
term court at
Tampn Co. merchandise for fire department Waring has contracted for
adjoining <
'L' -
for bers of the firm. Both men' have had
s" The many Savannah years. pres!II,!, in making YEARLY TAX SALE.At years of experience in the fish business _.,___'_nn___ 45.50 J,I his present location' on Broadway. The I I :
s note of the presentation\ gave a column the Osceola county yearly tax and are confident a large and Prather & Lupfer, merchandisefor structure will be of brick and consistof '
t a and half story to Judge Parker sale h-eld successful fish be developed fire department -.-.- -.. 7.15 two stories, with space for :two
a Monday, July 6, l,2r certificated industry can
i'' and the jewels, and printed an excellent were disposed of, which completes here with the amount of fish to Pay roll, fire company .. ____ 22.50 stores on the first floor and ten offices Doll
likeness of him. The Press said the roll for 1913. Not more be had in nearby waters. Already the A petition was received signed: by a on the second floor It is plannedto r-Day
zo t in part: than a half dozen individuals attended fishermen have been put to work and number of citizens, asking that Brack cover a space of fifty by seventy f j
; "When the British sacked Savannah the sale or bought certificate, the firm expects to be able to ship I strut be opened up from Columbia feet.Work 1
+' e-; during the Revolutionary war, the most of the number on the list being I several carloads a week. street, north to city limits also that was begun this week on a new I
4 temple of Solomon's Lodge No. 1, bought in by the statesucceeded At present Platte and McFarlandhave Columbia street be repaired. On motion residence for Chas. M. Breaker, the' WINDOW
l Free and Accepted Masons, was destroyed I headquarters at the KissimmeeFish I same was referred to street committee same to be erected on New York ave- :
= -- -- -= nue, west of the high school building.
Ci the charter captured and the 1- company's maiket The firm will with power to act in the mat I
1 original jewels of the organization in connecting up nearly every be established in permanent quarters ,Ir The house will be on the bungalow
style with five rooms and bath.
; were lost link. within a week.Proceedings. I Communication received from Mr. .
d. f;5'r "'Today, a century and a quarter The Relics. II. F Beauter asking that the streeton South Judge Vernon T M. avenue Murphy's is rapidly new( home beingcompleted on ; Anything and everything j jI
afterward they have been restored by The ancient relics consist of the Beaumont avenue opposite lot 2, :
I t i Mr. George F. Parker of Kissimmee, original gavel, the original authority ofthe 1 block G of W. A. Patrick's addition attractive in-and that will neighborhood be one of the Plans most I for Bicycle atBargain Ii
Fla., into whose possession they came under which the first body of Masonswas 'be filled in between the curb line and
? call for a story and a half building:, I Ifi
4 ; assembled '
t afterward. in America a silver sidewalk, as h.- wished to set out trees ) Prices
The Restoration. level and plumb, worn byf{ the first Council and shrubbery and otherwise improve with six rooms and a bath, and a i
City sleeping porch on the second floor.
Masonic officers who occupied the said street opposite his property. ,After r
'; The restoration of the original jewels chairs in the first lodge in this coun- : considering said request it was ;
t w 1 r add another link to the remarkable try, and a metallic urn used in the I agreed that no definite action be taken chase of $25 lot for portion ,
history of Solomon's, the first is I the official record of price per
p lodge of sorrow. These relics have I at present.Mr. extending into said street. i iir.
Masonic lodge(established in America. been in Mr. Parker's family for nearlya the city council proceedings at the OSCEOLABICYCLE .'
the A. A. Tano tendered his resignation :- There being no further business, the : ;
The to lodge
jewelsreturned are
have century and have become closely as- meeting of July 7: I! as ,chief of fire department council adjourned to meet in regular
oldest in America They
the hands since sociated with his life. The donor is a The council met in regular session, which was, on motion, accepted, and adjourned session Friday, July 17th. ,
I passed first through removed many from Savannah they, I Savannahian, descended from a line of there being present J. W. Thompson, '''on motion by G. II. Prather, secondedby A. I). 1914, at 7:30 m. ii I CO. :
said were while much of the of the 'distinguished Georgians and is now president; G. F Knbbi, II. Prather T. M. Rivers, Mr. W. A. Joiner was J. W. THOMPSONIJ. ;
, been lost, Mr. Parker has 1 a prominent attorney practising at the T. M. Rivers, Lewis O'Bryan, city attorney elected temporary chief to fill vacancy R. GILBERT, President.. '
relies has I .
s r bar in Florida. and J. R. Gilbert, clerk. and water and light committee requested Clerk. 1O5 Broadway : i iI.
.. The relics were brought to the The minutes of the last meetingswere to assist Mr. Joiner in organizing ,
shores of American when General read and approved. Reports of company to best interest of city. Miami'.-Dade'county will constructone aaao ( I
established founded Savannahand officers were examined and approved :Mr. Cadel, as a committee of one mile rock road. I. .
COME TO the colony of Georgia. bills were approved and ordered paid representing the different lodges, ask- "
Father Obtained Jewels. .t
About. as follows t ed that the city,consider the adyisa- ,"
F. Parker eighty, father years:of Mr ago, George Mr. William Par H. R, May, salary'as mayor.: _.$ 30.00 bility of co-operating with the leaguein I II III Illlllll I I HIM I Ml I I Mill I I Mil I II II II Illl II
C. F. Tison, salary as marshal. 75.00G regard to establishing a place for
ker, who
CORONADO BEACH was a of Solomon'sLodge N. Combs,.salary as police._ 50.00J. care of sick within the city limits who f
,t gaIned' possession of the arti-
unable to for themselves. On Dollar at Kissimmee'sOnly l
a'Spend your summer vacation They the family have been since carefully and recently guarded Z.'Roberson; _, salary.-as treasurer 25.00J. are motion' the matter care was taken under I Day y : ;

R. ilbert, salary as clerk. 75.00J. advisement for further and- more .
Coronado Beach. For Judge Parker- offered ;
e at Apartments I to turn them
I careful ide"'tion.
R. Gilbert, Salary as deputy cCltl@ ,
Cottages, or Board writeor over to the Solomon Lodge. They now Collector ____.._ 25.00 Mr. Lewis O'Bryan, city attorney, -
become a part of the valued
apply to sions of the lodge." posses Lewis O'Bryan, salary as city reported having made a thorough investigation Furniture Store' : i
.,.. attorney _- -_-.. 25.00 relating to question of i
4' M. N. BLANTON, Zolfo.-Melons are moving freely J. W Thompson, salary as i property owners' rights as to lots extending ;
Coronado Fla. from this section. E. C. Thornhill has I member of council _.--- 2.00G. i into Sumher street, and suggested -
; shipped seven cars the past two weeks H Prather, salary as member that the city purchase such position ,
y which were of fair sizes. of council 1.00T. of lots as would be in said sum ": u
I M. Rivers, salary as memberof ner street,.such offer to be based upon I :
xt council -__' ______ 1.00 the assessed value for city taxationof I We want you to knpw this store. : ;. :
Roma Thomas, salary as member these lots, and a pro rata amount
uI I OPEN DAYtNIGHTII vk I of council __ .- 1.00 paid for the portions to be quitclaimed We want you to get acquainted with : /: '
I JG, F. Kribbs, salary as mem- to the city by owners of !said lots.

I ber of council -_ 12.50J. 2.00 On motion the suggestion as to purchase : the high quality of our merchandise. : P
Fraternity hall, rent for June
made by the city attorney was

Valley. R. Gilbert Gazette, stamps, printing and_paper-__ 10.25 1.80 motion accepted, authorized, and the city to attorney obtain a was settle, on : : We want you to notice the sturdy, 3)k ;

Osceola Journal, printing 1.20J. ment with property owners at a pur- life-time construction of furni-
; our .j
Z. Roberson, disinfectant- 2.00 l _
J. R. Gilbert pay roll for wit. -- '-. -- .
Lk : nesses .- 12.00C. ; : ture, the durable qualities of our ;, ;
F. Tison, feeding prisoners.. 132.80W. FRUIT GROWERS-ATTENTION I II I
floor and .j jyJ
A. Joiner, salary as superintendent : coverings draperies- .
E. L. 115.00B.
: E. Gardner, salary as en. : shown in the latest patterns 1;:? ;
; E. L. P.------------- 75.00 act
it' gineer want to as your age at in this
N. D. Parsons, salary as fire-
and designs.
man E. L. 5500 city I'll sell your crop direct to the : ); ;

V. R. Ellis, salary as collectorE. consumer. I want to get in touch with( J" I,

L. P._____ 50.00 growers who can supply me direct by '
ir + iA3 J. C. Buckles, salary as line- Parcel Post with citrus and other I This stock is making a reputation for itself in the mater of helping rpeople
d man E. L P.,_ 6000W. '
Florida fruit. Write me.. to outfit homes to their decided advantage for the reasonableness :
& C. Gro. Co. wood tick-
Ha 1>" ,
) t4 etc 543-4 cords _____u____ 14509 HENRY P. PORTER, l'i) [ of its pnces-for the satisfaction of its customers. :* !

Paste These State tickets Bank 148 of cords.Kissimmee, wood.. 392.20J. "' 136 Sheldon Street, It is making a reputation for RELIABILITY which is bringing it :f.i i
R. Gilbert, freight E. L. P.__ 1.44 Providence, R'I I. new customers from all over the county-which is making it the store of ) 1r

t f.. rr Facts In Gulf Refining Co., oil E. L.-P__ 14.84 : satisfaction. (' .
Standard Oil Co., oil E. L. P.__ 29.54J. ---- r
: We offer the following articles at a big saving, and don't forgel your "
C. Griffin shop work E. L. P. .50 OOOOOOOOOO'04000000H
Your ;Hat.! W. B. Makinson Co., merchandise charge account is appreciated, .. as much. as your, cash. Come in and. t '4

w E. 1... P_______________ 3,00, |- lee'vs wSpecial
Florida Electric Co., material $ ra p I .. .
t' employ .only careful.nd expert E. L. P._.__ 180.54 $1 '
,, WB auto mechanic J. E. Lupfer drayage E. L. P._ 2.50 sa'b' .. ..m. a Dollar-Day Values 'T'; ;
k We attend to all ties and Osceola IIdw. Co., merchandisefor i ,
#' e engine trouble promptly.. E. L. P._ 4.80 Select Home Splendid Dining' Room Chairs g ,
f f\f\
V..1?. Ellis advanced for labor
' t Regular $4-25 value---------------------------- / / r
We prices fur autorepairing
guarantee our
a and supplies _,-______ Z2"94: Choice Farm
cheaper than anywhere Ross Graves, merchandise for Beautiful Wall Mirrors 4

,r : elsi, for' quality of aerrlce rendered. E. L. P.-1--.---,--- 5.25 Vacant Lot X All sires and shapes, from_________ 25 C. 'cO $2.5'0 \, '
; I 'i;, We are entirely trustworthy. TJt W. 'A Sessions drayage for E. orAcreage-- f

moat care given to all can. L. P. __.._.. I _:..75J ;
k We carry a bU Une.of acceaaocleeat -. R. Gilbert clerk, deposit- for .:f Reed Hand Bag___-_____________________________ $150 t
' low prices construction '-new pl.nt-.lOoo.OO Beautiful Pictures, many subjects, some in colors 'At
.._.-z ". K. S.Johnson- of, salary water plant....superintendent ... 90.00 j Ask flirt. Summer good frames. Regular 35c value. for_______-___ l'Pf. 00 ? k

j ht Will Yates,"salary: a* fireman ; \of the Elite Realty Parlor 608 i '
water plant1_........... 55.00 I : Penfield street South 'KUtJm-) Regular 75c :values 2 for_________-___-________ $1.00

*' ':Tills> is. :the;;biggest' and l most::reliable vgarage'l Osceola ter main Hdw.'Cp.,water,,tapping plant.-::.wa'a..",- '29.20,',. .I '" .' I The Famous Iver-Johnson Bicycle fully guaranteed OO" h'',"' '

: > ' ;.. Oftceola. 'Hdw.'Col;merchandise A' choice .40...aerea sot .citrus .!Regular $?0.00 value-"':---!'_-- --- .. ':'....---!':"-$25.. ......,i:
e : '
'ia.this f: ;theifetate.: Best for water plant. ; !: .._.-...._-. 10.44 land beautiful
t' ; : .;. .:partptv" ? : ServiCear.:: RL.-StatUng.labor:: i and mterjal *, -' -' ,lake.(L,11 At,rarlRbarg.ln..

J.:, *_.-_.<..:::._.., 27.98 For -
. 3 weet'coeta' Wesave"yOU': : .&4'L1 Davidson, .material, .j tor:' ,- .. ...i rent-* new 6roomplaaX
t"t i' worry. .. water plant : ..... 8.00, tentd bungalow; flowing well; > ;
. t'
-I" : : Pratber-iupfer-tams- for-' .'""r ..large,' Jot. ;; uitaWefor.!, !. j'arden.Lj | ;;

\ : s; ." 'cemetery,work ....____..' ,13.61: ;' J. 5 t
,. OHTBROS I Mach Bros., ,'teams> for cemetery i 'I.$: 1It $;. $'i
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t: work J il- ...*.,._ :81.60 .. ';: -'LT, - .310 f roadway ;Br' Carlanr4Mgr' : '
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FRIDAY. JULY, ,i'1, 1914 .: THE, KISSIMMEE VAL'LEY' GAZETTE o I _, y PAGE, .3.. 'A

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_During the
BY DRAINAGE b0ARDTbd'followin Kissimmee FOB there Is certainly in sight the erectionof asd Paper Raagiag, .w .

WINTERS INFLORIDA .. :!' Urged, Ky Campbell; HONORED HEROISM within a'''$25.000 a month hospital the Tampa building A while Gulf .INTERIOR, ; ,WORK.A SPECIALTY'

y Coast will begin,the erection of a $12*. ,21 Mal bett. Street.
resolutions adopted I 'Kls.lm"'' friends will be interested 900 station building alone their. fight. 29 '
by the board of commissioners of the ,It has not 'to the to know that -In the report of Rear. of way. .... -
Everglades drainage district at a general public that the vicinity around Admiral Fletcher on the" conduct of t'' '.eIII
meeting held by thorn.on June 17, tarn, Kissimmee has grown so that the nl\v" and marine corps officers;' at -.- ,
will interest to a number ulation islarge enough to poP.j I VefsfCrns, made public a few day ..
of people in the county: least two more rural mail routes.W. ago, Ensign .Paul W. Foster, U.S..N.,
Whereas, the board of commissioners I G.. Campbell who 'Wa intru- sort of Mr. and Mrs. Fetus Foster of
of Everglades drainage' district desires mental in establishing, the two
I present Topeka Kan. was >complimented as
Vacation Can Be Made a to encourage and facilitate the routes, makes: the statement that--in being one of several) officers "eminentand
y redemption>f' tax certificates owned his opinion two more routes should conspicuous in their conduct leadIng III
by it upon lands situated within such be established au-"Soon as possible and their men with' skill and courage," tt'r
Profitable Investment district, issued for the nonpaymentoof he agrees to give his time to establishing "Resourcefulness, courage and devotion
drainage taxes assessed and due these routes in case the boardof to duty of all officers ,of the
thereon prior to the year 1013: and trade or- a citizens' committee will landing force was everything that ,i iI
.: SAYS NEW YORK MAN WHO HAS I Whereas, it appears that a large stand back of him and meet the expense could be desired and reflected the high. I W Wii i RtM.
TRIED IT ADVISES ADDING, portion of said certificates! are upon the campaign will lleeessarilyrtcur. est credit upon our naval service,'" declared .
I ; lands sold for non-payment of drain- Mr. Campbell gave his services Rear-Admiral Fletcher.
Dt: FLORIDA FARM TO OTHER IN. age taxes, .and also sold separately and paid his own expenses during the nephew of Judge

.t TERESTS ONE MAY HAVE. for the non-payment of state and time the present route*_were.being -Gr -FrKribbNet-thiT- tyr. ;
county taxes, ,and that separate certificates route 1 the servicewas

The following article is taken from I for such taxes were Issued established November.1, 1912,and alb- Y r
the Troy (N. Y.) Times thereon, and that in the redemptionof on routs 2, May 1, 1913. -
such certificates the oWners of thee
How to Establish Routes.
"Why not spend winters in th .
land of sunshine 'and your flowers-Florida I, of land said are taxes required together to pay with the interest amount In order to get routes -established \ Jr Low Round Rates
it Trip
is that
only necessary a petition,
I -where a forty-acre farm will make t for the first year at the rate of 25. bearing a sufficient number of signatures HELP BUILD SILOS ;
comfortable and
a good
you per cent. per annum; and FROM JACKSONVILLEIt.
of people living: .in the ..neighborhoods -
k bank account? is asked by CharlesJi. I
Whereas, this board deems it expedient ---
Stockwell of who has to be covered be sent to the ..... p7.TS cu. sa... ca.-u.: M.M
Troy just reTurned a r - -
: : and in order to expedite the Mr. .... . _
/P-" tothls" after his government. Campbell is satisfied State Agent C. K. McQuarrle of the M." St. rid 54Th L.k.a. a MJ4))
,) city spending of the drainage taxes due, that a canvass of these neighborhoods Farmer Co-operative DemonstrationWork c......l.ilw M." M _ la." Ia.ftMe 21.413.5l.
twenty-first winter in that favored adept in the of certificates CIt7 IMSTt.M w1a.W. . -'''.n Lw.war . M.MMM
southern clime, in the San Mateo to : redemption. would Jje euccessful and the extension has this to say concerning silos;: ,........ -_ T_ _ a. t......... _
,,", sec of which it is i the beneficial own- i of the rural system would be "There is considerable interest being _'_ a'''.'' M.rnsl . n.4S ._"IJ 'Uon. the of taxes due with interest _ ...... ..... _ _
er, amount of much importance to Klssimmea. manifested in the state silo t'i .-ab is*** r r a 54A t. a *
"The idea of spending the winter in 1 thereon at the rate 6f 8 percent regarding W It..... a "... Black lM > U M est"5 a a 41JM ti 1
The first direct advantage would be construction and silage This ... 47.MMJ
crops. 3. sM MCUito a.Wb 47.50 Chsrs.s.
Florida and making it profitable in- -
a per annum for the first year, as the : : : : C.: : :
employment of two more carriersat office has all along realized this as a raik $2.11 Mtacua F S. 41.40 W..Y *
vestment at the same time may seem well as for subsequent years', together /
salaries -of $1,100 each. Then a important of the demonstration _..
novel at first to those accustomed very part Low ratea to othar potato m M
er with the taxes for subsequently greater number of people would get workers' activities and it is --.Mteblaaa.Uto Croat Lakol sad Rockr Moa.,.-..
think of an annual southern sojourn | omitted years with interest at the I their mail day and with this low ralo.from otaor po..1a tko Stato.TkltotaoaaaladaUy.MotaSaptaaalMvao.. ,
every a grow- quite possible office be ableto
as something which only the very rich same rate and costs an. ,provided bylaw ing realization of the convenience of assist materially in this may work by Rotant Uadl OoU St.

may number but every year an increas- upon condition\ that settlement the rural routes they would come to having an expert to render assistanceand VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALTLAKE d
ing of northerners are investIng thereof be made during the year 1914; SPRINGS ETC. tj
depend upon it in many instances that suggestions in silo building! and ,
, in fruit and truck farms and making therefore be it otherwise mean a trip to town. In the object of this letter is to awakenan Come.tkroaah.. .S*.........._-b .......0.--
1 fortunes fruit all
small raising po- Resolved, and it is hereby agreedto sections where practically the entire interest in the work and to get the viao vona. Liooral M.e IT._ tisk.n.r
tatoes and vegetables while escaping that this board will accept for all territory is covered by rural routes the ;] county agents to send into this office TO THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST,.......
the rigors of the northern winter. such certificates. for drainage! taxes system is used aa a medium of trade I at as' early a date an possible the through train doily?choice of ....... differ*** t
Three Different Crops. held by the state for and in behalf of between the merchant in town and the names of the farmers in every county rout*.

"It is a revelation to the northern this board in redemption for each and customer in the country. If a spoolof who contemplate building silos in the n... daOr rala. to ... s-1hw..t thrw.h.... --, 'a
farmer, accustomed to the months of all such certificates for drainage taxes thread Is wanted,.or beefsteak fortomorrow's immediate future or later on." Orloaao. Ua>-..". di.b..r !
due, the amount of taxes due at the 1 t t.. d..t. N.IYe. Fie L .War
Rec. .
eke dinner the mail
frost frost
to carrier
drudgery --- I I 5.05.4...skI. ....,_ ........iota. __ . ,
sale with
date of-such interest thereon -
out a single baying crop, to learn that takes an order. into the storekeeper St. Petersburg.-Contract soon to las w..-.........etIMr....... .Ml.'..-.-
such the date of
from date
to redemption r
i in Florida three different crops are today and when the mail is delivered be let for
of such certificates the building Carnegie library. H. C. BRLTKET
taken in succession from the soil, and at tomorrow the article comes to your Pensacola. The ,
.. that ,too, with a single fertilizating. rate of 8 per cent per annum, together door. With the parcel post rates with the electric- light city has contracted for .......r....,.......
1// And the best of it is that the most with the taxes due for subsequently shopping! by mail is a cheap method street posts and lights to company continue the 1M W............
omitted with interest at same lI
of these crops is harvested years and valuable time.
profitable saves V
way from East Wright, street,
'r rate from date due, and costs of redemption -
at the time of the year when the marL To Enlarge Routes.It to the L. & N. depot.
to be to the of- ,
paid proper Y
ket pVices are highest. ficers. is Mr. Campbell's ,opinion that 1
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"Think of it! You raise from -- -
t.. Resolved, further, that the comp- the present 1 and 2 routes should be
\I' thirty-five to fifty barrels of potatoesto troller, who is a member of this board, divided and extended to make routes oo OO toooo oo o o oo..oo..o.oo.Otoooooo..o oo..000.. .......
to the acre and get from $4 to $5 pert be requested to communicate with the 3 and 4. No 1, which runs south from ,
barrel The price potatoes from during clerks of the circuit court of the coun- Kissimmee to the Steve Acre place,
ti( the Florida .season ranges $3.50to ties in which the said certificates are thence west to Campbell station and
f to $8 per barrel. The property owner tin file and send to each of said offi- Shingle Creek, and back to town, couldbe
/ is not confined to potato wide raising, as of cers a copy of this resolution. extended from the Acre place fur- a: A Dollar-Day Sermon J '
\ the land is adapted to a range ther into the point back to Campbell
which the
tl other vegetables, for mar- station and over the new Jackson ,
\! ket prices are highest at the time of POSTOFFICE WILL CLOSE ville-Tampa highway into town. A
I the Florida spring man
new route could be formed of the
,I --.sold $1,000 worth of celery from an B. B. Shingle Creek section and made to
Simpson, postmaster,
; ', another sold $800 worth of
acre; nounced that beginning an-I cover more territory.No. .
Bermuda onions from an acre; another }
'i 2 route north from Kis-
July 16, the general delivery going
made at the rate of $650 per simmee, instead of turning to the left '.
money order windows will be dosed least
another -
and still
for cabbage at .K
acre after 12 o'clock, except from 5 until at the Prentis place, could be extendedand -- -
\ ', sold $300 worth of syrup an acre *
5i30.: This arrangement will continueso cross the Sugar Belt railroad at V
...:'*f sugar cane. Tomatoes, strawber- long as the business houses closeon Peg Horn junction and coming back ikwI
4 f: Ties and most any other vegetable ore be in the Ben Miller 4
be raised. Thursday afternoon. It is done with brought by place.The
/ small fruit may I the approval of the first assistant other part of the route could go
, ; Florida Potatoes. (postmaster-general, so that the clerksat on out to cover Milliard's Island and
, "The latter part of December wit- those windows may be excused from back by' Connelly's stil, thence into
?: t nesses the beginning of the planting duty one afternoon a week. town by the Dodd place.It I
season and this continues through the is worth thinking. about. Save Something 2
\t and
'4 month of January. The digging LOTS OF TIME. .
2, shipping season for potatoes begins A TRADE SECRET. \ *>
soon after the. first of April and continues "Doe this train stop at BingvilleT" "
:, for a month or six weeks.' the traveler on the Missouri short line "Now the first thing,to learn about -
Many of the farmers plant corn ten asked the drowsy conductor. the shoe trade I Is this: As soon as a
., .
f days before digging the Irish potato "Nope" the latter replied, "but youcan customer comet in take off his shoes "" .', > "':'k "" -
and very.often the corn Is up six '. ,
'crop i, atop oft' and have all the time you and hide "em. J"What's \ 1 "' ,
'or eight inches when the potatoes aredug want there.It's a little upgrade, an'we thatforf""Then ''

,1 I. i( not,to but injure the work or interfere is so managed with the as .never t keJess the twenty minutesto you can wait on 'ehl at your Times and conditions like the present: invite us:'to. ;
pull past depot.ClevelandPlainDealer. 'convenience, my boy. They can't walk .
:..;.. f-\ second crop. Today these southern ut.-Couriel'-J ournal. .
potatoes are in demand in the early spend and spend.
'.' spring for the northern markets and -

:. !/f the buyers are at hand ready to ship '
.Y" them in carload lots. Living costs much; luxuries are common--in fact they .
"When sweet potatoes form the
:' j'' second crop the "draws" are grown in JOHN 13. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN are "necessities" with The demand is alwaysfor
I" seed bed and transplanted to the many.
a HULLEY. Ph. D.. Litt. D.,LL. D., President
\ 4 fields as soon as the Irish potatoes THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN and .
.;/ t' are out of the way. Cabbage and celery more more ,
': 'I are handled in the same way. Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 25 .

11; Cowpeas, hay or sorghum frequently 40 17 "I'rofvBHora University and Buljdlnun Tnatrirrtom College College of of Liberal Law Arts .

.;; becomes the third crop, more than 28 Acres Campus College of Technology
sufficient to supply feed for the entire 469 Student Lam Year College:: of Business

,f. ., year. With the judicious use of alaslOW./503 23,600 Volumes>> Endowment In Library Norrr.M Preparatory School Academy I The State Bank of Kissimmeei
.1{ ; the fertilizer there is no wearing out $10000 Plpl Organ School .f Mechanic Aria
,' of good soil along the Florida east 10 Largo Laboratories for Science Hchool o.* Music l
has been demonstrated at Unsurpassed (General Equipment School ol Fine Arta
various coast, as during the past fifteen"i' Separate Doraaltorlea (or ronac ... mmi TOUBK soma... .nrefnl ...1.- i

tT", fyears. It points will permit of both intensive latratloB..t.I.aid...tkoroavk or ..I......aopervlaloo.for laiforaaatlon.. t:' rlatl.or .for..rooms. mot.oertorlao..._....U..tvaeklojc.for a
..... .... ,
1 diversified farming all theyear - u -
and --- ---
enjoying and pleasuring ontinuol-spending ,

:'i d Other Profitable Crops. .
l ." "Hon. E. B. McLin, commissioner of -
; agriculture for Florida, speaking of -

I h .,' the state in a recent bulletin, says: A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN.Secretary : At Least Save Something "* \ '
l ; "Among the\ most profitable Crops are ,

..1.I'j', tomatoes, beans, Irish potatoes, celery -
t1 ,'ii' cabbage, lettuce, peppers and egg The Waters Carson Brace yourself against the spending curreht. Definitely, steadily put aside some part of
;' 4 plant. From the' growing of each of P''
r: these products thousands of people your income regularly, as it comes to you. p

'_' )} teap a rich reward for their labor ev- Don't "unrest" it-don't speculate with it-don't buy automobiles with it-don't. spend
n' of them make a
1':'' ; ,' comfortable fortune.many Most, if not all, Grocery CompanyWholesale it for idle pleasure. *' I ,

.4jw ,;.. of these vegetables are grown at''a Save it-at least some small fraction of your income. .

',;Y'-;""e to season command of the a year monopoly which enables of the them mar Make this bank your Depository, so that your savings will be Safe and earning interest

f' ,'ik; kets'as well as prices. Tomatoes, for
; ',ji i instance, have yielded as much as and Retail Dealer In .
W. 1,000 per.acre, but the average runs :

a 7- Scot-$SOtrto $l>Irish-potatoes will To-day---DolIar 1
,' I:1! ':.:average' $150 to $250 lettuce from GROCERIES 'Begin Day ;

\J.iiJ .200" to $800 per acre, and" celery as.1 I \ iii
much as $1,600 per acre. I ,
e1Fr j There is not a successful business nor an independent fortune }n the state that did not i:f
I :t./ AWARDED MEDAL . . . ... . . . . ....... .. .........1 '
$ GIRL hare its beginning with a thrifty person. ; (
f.l.w(,.' )i ____FOR___SAVING'LIFE WE SELL: WE BUT: Somewhere, some time, some one began to save, and the first step toward fortune was I .:
\ Washington, D. C,-Miss Doris . HIDES o. taken.: t

1 "\: ji Lippman a girl awarded scoutof the Savannah National) GRAIN, 4> .. Then they kept\ right on. They saved with system.. That was the secret of their \
been by
Ga. has
; .
4> FURS .
! (' Red ro he rot cconductz According FERTILIZERS, 4> success. 1/ .;

,. 'i". i"' the lars announcement for of the'award made to i .' WOOL ; Being,a "weekly .,,,er" will be the secret of your success.' Start to-day. Dollar Day, eiM

.. SHINGLES and week will be the goal of financial, security and lDdepe deDCe. ,
'j' here this afternoon by the Washing. : every you nearer /1

. "*: ton headquarters of the Girl Scouts, ORANGE BOXES, .. AND r.,. .'
'>3'\r the prize goes to. Miss Lippman for .
4 iL' L i saving human life. . ORANGE WRAPS.VEGETABLE '
." ALL
., 'The) wan she saved had been overcome '
\ "'"'. : bv: gas while digging a well and t CRATES.... 0 t COUNTRY .. of Kissimmee( .
; >iiM Uppman7throuCh'-the; prompt SIatkiaflk r

k '' application ,of the rules":;tbas him her ,,ICRATE" MAILS, 4>. PRODUCE. .. :. r rCapital ?

-'Ir;-,bjr her organization'evived by -, -- -- -- '. .- ,... .:, IIa t
'. *means of the Sylvester. method of ar'tUlcial . + .. . ;. .' .. .-.4/ .. -. '.v
,ll, respiration. Miss'LIppmanis; : . **. ***.. ; stock. .Resoarcei'over $400,0QA004. ; '

., Seoat'captain'inSavannahwhenthere :__..,._tt.; ,,.' .. __, .1:1,. $100,000.00Officer .' ,!I'.. 'i ..' .. .. v,:, ,.
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,': ::'tJ'I'< PAGE, 4. a M 'THE 'KISSIMMEE 'VALLEY' GAZETTE, t FRIDAY', JULY, 10,; 1414

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The :Kissimmee' Valley : Gazette- ; ; JUSTICE AT,LAST. 000.OOd004A000* ..00 .
i ii& Should 1 Advertise 0 iP'6O '*-
L : ? The W'rJimen's compensation"""law, FLORIDA TRUCK FIELDS i >ij\\
t8HJCD'ZV1RY: !; FRIDAY. .OFFICE' IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING ," which taken, effect throughout.the .. .\ A600400040P0040.I' '
KISSIMMEE, O..OEOLA COUNTY, FLOR1PA.i1 t' state tomorrow to <- ,
--'__ applies .. '
,, ' j -Everybody .Knows' 'Me"Th. all mechanical and manufacturing:: oc! Live Oak.-:Over'200 car. of-wa'
W. B. HARRIS Owne.. cupations.:: It revolutionizes the whole
. j .. .. ? ,.. *.fI- melons have left this point and shipments
matter of and of
I :J>... : this business editorial- It' an" employers' liability will 'contlnue'for a-week or ten
i1 : : -. writer of advertising solicitor.: Almost the 'workman's right to compensation:: \ ;

,One SUBSCRIPTION.copy, six month-RA TESOn.,....,.copy____ TB one. ..., year One, copy,.?three-monlh.-e; : .---.I.ft4I-.. .44 every; day come merchant entertain bin with the knock-out remark' "Adver-. for Injury in the course'of:: such employments. days.SebasLain.,| Nice rains have Impro .
tl It is the.result of long -
should If town knows . ,
ti..! Why Everybody me. years of agitation and "of controversyon ed. the growing vegetable, and citrus :x
i .-'Ail communication, except from our authorised'correspondents: must b", Now let's analyze this statement Let a* the facts and see if the constitutional grounds. Its application (- fruit crop in this section, The fruit ;1'
'elcned'by lb.writer.Rected *. 'I have been especially benefited.. \
merchant it tight is trees
matter wlll"not b. returned unlei called for. well-meaning therefore an industrial eventof ,
If the merchant means anything 'all by this' assertion he means that the first magnitude for the state. Fellsmere.-Express .shipments of .
(Entered, at the Postofflce In Kllmmee. Florida., a..econd-alas. matter.) EVERY ONE,WHO MIGHT BE INDUCED TO TRADE IN KISSIMMEE'ANDWITH The old defenses to the employer watermelons are moving from this
HIM KNOWS HIM. against actions for damages toem point. They find ready sale on. the >
ployes, known as assumption of risk lower east, coast. "
i FRIDAY JULY 10 19'147 Yet people i in a community are,CONSTANTLY CHANGING cominr and contributory negligence:: and fellow- Wimauma.-Most of the young men
-- _= ',n = = ====.. __.--j - c=.''= also intensely INTERESTED IN THEIR servant doctrine
;t "'-"-= = -- rOiD, They are OWN 'AFFAIRS are swept aw&.y. in this vicinity: and other towns' are I
a everybody, from the baker to the candlestick maker, has his own troubles-.o Compensation for Injuries or death in the Georgia peach belt packing '4
Gun TotingThere a merchant need (o but a short distance from home TO FIND PEOPLE WHO .received at work is assured 'without fruit. ,I IJensen.
regard to fault unless .by willful In-
The Blue Diamond Fruit |
. tent or because, intoxication.
loaded six cars of pineap- :
company y !
.. is no good reason why any_man should carry a gun in his hip pocket. Perhaps people may meet the merchant in a personal way, yet at the same Employers, instead, must insure pies last week in the new refrigerator "j J+
1 Msn-hnnting may have been a popular sport years ago when MIGHT WAS. I time KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT HIS BUSINESS and NOTH- themselves against their newly defined cars of the Flagler System. The new"*"T :?

RIGHT, but in this day and time, when we have courts established to decide ING ABOUT THE BARGAINS HE HAS TO OFFER. Meeting a man at church liabilities. They can do this either cars have a trade mark with the picture ::* '>
through insurance fund
state to
a of train crossing the }
{ or on the street and the same man in' a business TWO VERY DIFFERENT a great I
are ,
merits of dispute-there is for play. way created
the a no excuse gun I for the purpose, or through; over-the-sea viaduct. )
r And on this point the community has pretty well agreed. Stringent laws I THINGS. any insurance .corporation*'..uthonzed White 'City.-Almost daily rains in I
n have been pasted to protect human life from reckless "smoke iron"manipu- Jones may know Brown the man, but THAT IS NO REASON WHY JONES to do such a business in the state, or I this section for the past week have ,.;'

1 lators. _.- I SHOULD TRADE WITH BROWN the merchant-for the very good reason through themselves mutual companies organized I greatly benefited growing 'crops. (?, ;

t, Yet here and there we find 'a man who thinks a giftol is a necessary part that he only knows Brown in a personal 'way. He does not know him in a''' among carry his own ;insurance or any on employermay proofs While too late to redeem the set-back :t

"of his every-day attire. He couldn't go out on the street, without it. It is I': business way. He has probably never heard that Brown has some merchandiseor of ability to do so and under guaran- I in have the been pineapple of great crop help the to showers other 'i. ii 0

justas important and necessary to him as his hat and trousers. 'I'' commodity that would five him (Jones) greater comfort and happ Deu. tees exacted by the state workmen's''' fruit and vegetables. :*; I
Such will result in tragedy later. BROWN NEVER ADVERTISES HIS BARGAINS, SO JONES NEVER compensation commission already cre-
a practise invariably a sooner or ated and at work. This range! of Eagle I.akeThere have been nice i
One-half of all murders committed could be avoided if pistols were kept at I THINKS OF DRYGOODS, GROCERIES OR HARDWARE WHEN HE choices should assure the employer rains in this section which have ma"r<,.
I home, where they belong! THINKS OF BROWN. against paying more than the actual I""fcrlully aided the guavas and vege-* f

I If Brown were a progressive merchant would keep Jones 'INFORMED -costs asdeterminedby experi nco.. tables. ",.v'Tallahassee. ,

1 ABOUT HIS BUSINESS. He would advertise in the local paper and he would Compensation to workmen for injury .-A "Modern canning ;*: +.
10,000 Population By 1916There or death is based on the averageweekly plant is being constrOcted at this Vi.
I every wages of the affected employ point the capacity of which will be f:
thought of Brown he thought of groceries or drygoods of superior quality at It will be 662-3 per cent. of such 25,000 cans per day. Jf
comes a time in the life of every community when industry and em- I fair prices, then we mibt.laJ that Jones knew Brown-the merchant. wages, paid during the time of dis Jacksonville. Truck farmers 7, t.

ployment are the necessary factors needed to make it one hundred per cent. That's all that advertising is. That's all it was ever intended to do-TO ability from injury, which times for throughout the state are interested *1 '
: prosperous. I MAKE JONES'THINK OF BROWN WHEN HE NEEDS SOMETHING' THAT partial permanent disability are specified in an everbearing strawberry vine. (j'
+ tt as sixty weeks for the loss of a These plants bear from spring until -.
r Kissimmee is in need of industries right now. I BROWN SELLS. The only) way that Jones will' ever know Brown the mer- thumb and sixteen weeks for the logs! a killing frost comes in the fall. 'JIfrrr '

In our last issue we printed an interview with E. L. Lesley chairman of I chant is to teach Jones more about the business. side of Brown and the roods'' of a toe; 244 weeks for the loss uT( "a .
=-===- n"- -= .,
''. the board of county commissioners, in which he advanced good arguments he offers. hand and 205 weeks' for the loss of a ',. .
r why Kissimmee should have a slaughter house. Mr. Lesley believes that if a ADVERTISING SPACE IN THE VALLEY GAZETTE IS THE CHEAPEST foot. In. case of death leaving dependents I* a rare opportvalty for yo. 1. '(

"9 slaughter and packing house is once established that a tannery and a shoe COMMODITY SOLD IN THIS CITY. Just think of itl For THREE DOL- wages will 30 be paid per to cent.the widow of average dur- crt. Ilonae of Your OwauNo

factory would) necessarily follow. LARS a week you can buy SUFFICIENT SPACE in the columns) of this paper ing widowhood and 10 per cent addi- :
'We believe that Mr. Lesley is right in this matter and we urge the progressive TO TELL YOUR BUSINESS STORY TO OVER TWO THOUSAND FAMI- tional for each surviving minor child. Money Down ;

f business men of the town to consider the project seriously so that some LIES. FOR THE PRICE OF AN OFFICE BOY YOU HAVE THE PRIV- The act thus compels these hazardous -

c. action can be taken on the matter in the near future. ILEGE OF TALKING TO ALL OF THESE HUNDREDS OF PEOPLETOTELL the industries occupation to which assume have the risks hitherto of 1,

a Another story in the same issue told of the formation of a new company THEM ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS, ABOUT YOUR GOODS ABOUT. been shouldered upon the workman. It
and the selection of a suitable site upon which to build a citrus packing house. I YOUR STORE POLICY. makes of these risks a fixed charge to

'' According to the information the new packing house is to be an actual reality How else can this be done more effectively, economically and consistently be borne finally by the whole related Five Years Time j

by the time the next citrus crop is ready for the market. The new industry will I than through the advertising columns of this paper? I industrial of the society.old uncertainties It relieves the of em-his "

AA :i i' give employment to about eighty-five }hands. I| Advertising is the most important factor that enters into your business. If liability ployer It substitutes for the em- ( h.. J'ureauera .I Five sad T.-..... ,.''

;:,1 This is the kind of neWs we like to print. This is the kind of development yon can't write and prepare your copy we will be glad to analyze your letting ploye assured compensation for injuries Tract* In I.1I1Jo:RT 11' .parties 'it .

r.y, that will increase the population of Kissimmee. This is the kind of progress j problems for you. Ask us about our service department. in place of the old and costly who will I-MproTf to KI..I_lair_...J.* e. cood! cleproxlimHj kard> (':

',.. that will double the volume of business inside of a few years. legal gamble which commonly made a '
farce of his claim to damages. It fin "
.: ., Why not form a "10,000 population by 1916"club? We can do it if we -- ally provides a state commissioq to road.With '
I -
t' will I CONSISTENCY. THE VALUE OF APAPER administer the new system and act as Such a Chance ?|
,t. TO YOUR TOWN? the legal protector of the employe in ;;
The Times-Union is sure one little his new rights. I .. 1ala you raa aooa Owm Yoar Owe t." i
: Florida Suffrage Edition I advocate of consistency.. "The value of a live, energetic news- Lawyers of the corporation class Home In tae most Flavored 8 ,rtlom or i kFlorid. ;
.. ,
r to town or city is absolutely
paper any
It consistently advocates the use of and lawyers of the class known as r .
of estimation. There "
impossible I
force, even lynching against the suffragettes are "ambulance-chasers" will suffer from Write or rail o. II. M. BREAKER ACO. "
Pf '; I The State a weekly paper in magazine form which was started some !', but kicks when it and its so many ways that the newspaper thte new law.-New York World. ., K 1..1_...., ..rid.. \ Ii.:;
months ago in Jacksonville by A: K. Taylor and Bryan Mack has issued a owners have to take. their own medi- promotes the individual the Interest citizen where of the it city is pub-and I .__ __ .
# special suffrage/ edition. It contains thirty-two pages and is filled with excellent cine. lished that it would be like trying to

; t. i', articles from suffrage leaders of Florida and other states. Legality-is: the Times-Union's strong number the sands of the sea to enum- f

tr ._( The remarkable part about this edition is that it is, we believe the first point. erate them. It is the true friend of I :
: "Whatever is legal is right," is the the city or town and every resident
suffrage edition of publication to be issued in this state. Taylor and Mack -
a shibboleth of the Times-Union. But thereof and stands ready to fight the
p 'arc to be congratulated upon their successful effort and upon their progressivenesi :when it comes to acting up to that battles even of individual citizens in THE H. G. SIEVER ,; je

' the Times-Union gags.; a way that no other agency has either ,. ';
It is the hair-splitter on the nerve or the to <41., it
g I, There are plenty of people) who believe that women should not be given technicalities greatest that ever was. stands as a great bulwark courage of defensefor REALTY COMPANY ,;{

;y the rights of suffrage, which is to say that women should -be kept on an equal Yet when asked to take its own the city and for the people. '

basis politically, -economically with minors criminals and imbeciles. ,' medicine it four-flushes and quits. "But this is only one feature" says : NOT IN THE TRUST ,I'.

It' may be entertaining information to those who have not kept in touch with Colorado Witness its. attitude. on the pie Auxiliary. .10,000 acre'Stock Farm, a bargain if taken at eats .; .t. ;,

that have been full : $5.00 per acre. -:. -:. -:- -:- -:. -:- '
.. the/suffrage movement to know women already granted The owners of the Times-Union also "There's another hat is seldom given t.
+, suffrage in NINE STATES and that they can vote in taxation, bond or school own coalmines in Colorado.The much thought and that is that the ,Prairie Land, Orange Groves, High Hammock Lands, Timber Lands. :Jt;
laws of Colorado fix eight hours newspaper of any town or city is a : '
t and municipal elections in TWENTY-ONE other states. ,
as a day's work for mines. paying investment for such places as Lands at All Prices and en Easy Terms. _-
t( I 1 Whether we believe in female suffrage or not whether we want to see ,That law has been openly and no- industrial institutions. People wel- 2,000 acres Stock Ranch will exchange half value . .

Women vote' or not we predict that we won't miss our guess far on the following toriously violated by the. owners of come with open arms and loud acclaim for .ther'real estate '"-:- -:- -:- -:- -:- ;: ..
iY points: those mines. any factory costing a few thou- 4.a s '.

'\n; First-That women are going to vote just as soon as enough of them !I' law The and miners several struck enforce that sand wonderfully dollars and fortunate they think in securing the townis a Orange Groves all sizes and prices (' 1:.

,;; want the ballot. I The owners of the jnines brought; ina plant that will give; employment to a I
4 .; Second--Tha women in the future are going to have their say in the laws gang of thugs; and bums from the number of people. Sometimes they KISSIMMEE FLORIDA II .}'
';; that rule them and their children. slums of New York.and other cities. even put up a bonus to secure a plant. II I t{ 1

y Thi dThat.women are going to add morality, benevolence and kindness Those bums'and thugs; pursued their There are many newspapers Which .
1 to number of
usual course of creating a reign of give; employment a peo- ..
att. ,\'f. 1 to mans governing selfishness. terror. ple, and nothing; is thought of it. The \ t
We publish the above statistics merely to stimulate thought. Woman suffrage Outrage and murder was the orderof money that comes to the paper is -ii11H"111 ,'1,, .'
,JA1'4 ; is one of the big questions confronting the American people. It will be the day spent in the town or city where it is ; '(

. decided"in the very near future, and we believe it to be the duty of every The miners were forced to resort to published. None of it and goes away other except -
for ink and some
farce to protect themselves their paper : :
citizen to study this issue just as he should study every other political and wives and children from the thugs.; ; small supplies that cannot be boughtat M

r economic issue now before the people. Then, and only then, can we judge Women and children were wantonly home. The newspaper is essentially -
4(, the merits of any questions and do it with intelligent undersjandmg.& I and brutally killed, I a home institution. It works day
build Ita hometown
and to
Now comes the Jirfles-llnioa and night up
..k'..... '\ .-- -- \ J says '4t Ts never right to resort tor and state and spends its money freely

DO IT NOW. new equipment, and the cost will be fcrce. with home people. It is published on Yellow 1)1)1
: ... I greater than it would be at present, Even if the law is violated, not enforced strict business principles these days I[ Pine
I that is the for the growth
t iii" ;'"' abundant Building and material eager for is low work, labor, architects is and tlon the or under plant enlargement will be under at construe the very. That and is no set aside.excuse for protecting. ,: and and prosperity that reason has few come to many

I during the past years.
'. and contractors have more time time when it should be running to its yourself, says the papers
.' f' now to plan and carry out contracts : utmost capacity to turn out goods. A When law is set aside, impudently I "As a business enterprise, a good
than in periods of activity. LumberIs violated and made of no account. newspaper is about the best industrythat
& :l' cheap, machinery builders are anxious -I When open, flagrant contempt for any town has, andits, publishers EVERYTHINGTO a
S"' for orders, pig-iron is much low- plants. A period of depression is the law and legality is shown, no man I ask nothing but a square deal.-Pub- -
1' \ er in pries than it ought to be to yield I time for doing work of this kind. should object but lay quietly down lishers' Auxiliary. .
,. 'it a fair profit to the producers, and to and sec his women and children oT"n1po. J
; -1 many other things pertaining" Thousands and tens of thousands ofi butchered, outraged and cremated. Stone & Webster engineer- !d
9" buildingto machinery and to construction I i I men in this country are intending! to Even though death at the hands of hilt corps, 117 Milk street, Boston" YOUR HOUSE I
build homes for themselves but
i work the same things apply. I are hired assassins stare him in the face, Mnss., secured permit fo erect boil-
i waiting for what they think will be amore When those
should resist. )
;; Every man who knows this country II when no man I huune and smokestack costing l2.1)>
propitious moment,
every- those t
law .
I sworn to enforce the help Electric! company'sIf plan
; and its recuperative power knows that at Tampa : ::
I is rather than
body an optimist a
pes- violate the law man should resort I
t who no !
J- his condition will sooner or later give '
p .
When they do undertake to
the law. Thus t
duet to force:: to protect -WE HAVE IT
1 way to abounding prosperity. I I build, every item will cost them more the Times-Union.
I, 'to how soon that that prosperity will ', and they will find great difficulty in saith Yet the same Times-Union will use -
- come no one can say, but it may be securing as much attention in con- ap columns to. prove the justice and We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of I
+, 1 much nearer here than many people struction work and in the equipmentof force YOUAre
to against
st, anticipate. Even, however, if it should' their homes as could be had now. women.necessity for a, resort lumber-rough and dressed Ceiling, Flooring,Siding, Doors; "" ,

_i 'i be will somewhat eventually delayed be here jn in its full coming power., itt There are some concerns that could:: Why this consistency:: ? I Sash, Shingles] Laths, Window and Door Frames Moulding ''P' r' ,
not raise the money for betterments In the one instance law was violated
The man who wants a home and has 'at such a period as this. There are condemned and set aside in the ; of all kinds, framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.We .
% .f} ; the money with 'which to build it ,can many men who cannot:: afford to put interest of those who control the 'I' THINKING OF BUILDING A also] carry a complete l IJne of Brick,,Lime, Cement, Paints,
build now to better advantage than into the of home .
building at TimesUnion.In
Ii when prosperity cornea, and at a much These are not the a ones we the other Instance the' women I HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET Varnishes and Glass. We!, are able to to furnish you everything '

lower cost: and with more careandattention' are considering.:: The ones who. oughtto may prevent by their votes, the open, ME FIGURES WITH YOU. for your house or dour 1 barn, from ground to roof: tF j ,
on the part of contractors do three things are the ones who flagrant and notorious contempt for "
' .. and mechanics. The manufacturingconcern have' the 'money available but "who law,,sKown by friends r--tbe-1'tMell-: : -
:: that needs new equipment, orwill follow the general talk of the day and Union. I AM PREPARED TO FUR-
need it when prosperity comes:: sit down and do little or nothing The Times-Union is always consist :
4; ", ''Can secure this equipment today to merely because they,say times are bad ent. NISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES r Send for Free Estimate
much better advantage than it can:: doa that' ,
y' and "we will wait for better times. It always takes the position
{r at a time when every factory:: is crowd-:: This' 'is pre-eminently the time whatever those it represents .do, Is : AT BOTTOM
ed and when machinery people are when evel'J'.man who expects to builda rightIt : 1
i'able to, :command a full price for everything home, a store or an office building takes. the further position that, PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD '
j they,turn out. if he bas the money, should do it.:This whatsoever is done against its ,owners -I We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimate ,FREE.Contractors

t' There are thousands of toneerns' in II the time when every manufacturing -the trusts-4s wrong. Estimates.. house'bulls receive prompt attention: '
'1.tht.eo1IDtl'J'tba'-fullJllnteRd to-en-- enterprise-which knows that It.needs .4 Ifcan.always'Lprov:: murder, "
_h.+ .large ,their plants.and,have availableAt ne )wmachlnenr:: or the enlargement of.Us outrage, contempt.of law andjustlceis r '
present the money which could,be plant, and has the money available, .right 'when don or shown in' the ;+.0'" -
1 thug expended," but who, by reason of Should ciathe' work now,: This )* the! mt.reu.of'J I friends." ** > ", ""
it:,... the spirit of peuimilllabroad, mere* time when' oar''municipalities should It can always prove that mainline.., '(,[ Contractor and Builder, YeIIowPineLomberCo.: !
"" ..J7.H'dcAm.D4 ralVtakinK. the press as vigorously aa possible all of 'decencyrighteousness and-justice italwayawrong .r :
> ground*bat.they-wULAuwtMng-wUU their improvements In order to get.the yben those ngs sustains -' y {
times-e> benefit of 'the' lower of'. .opponent FLA.Phone ,
.11:7'I men ar .better : ;Wh n e *prices' .nyportceand.h.ip njr, .'
"." t better they:-will tbon Ja'like a flocksheep.eaehweatrtsglingtflLJ : new prevailingaa'compared of its friendav.-:" . ' ', *t- ;" ' 266-- .5 PAoite ,...o '. ,;. Kiuimmee, .-HI, 0 ....' '

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:, ,Readjustment of Salaries .. Florida Rurd FLetter'r, '.. !.

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Announced Carriers Meet Pal
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1 I \ .--The following readjustment TWalhlncto I ''Palatka.-The'"Fi' rida Rural Letter

. of salaries of first, second KENNEDY NEW II OFFICIAL, FIGURES ON Carrier association met::.In thi* .city

, and third class postmaster in Flordla New ; Second Hand Store In the Howell th..ter.wlth about- .fifty ;rdelegates'
' In attendance.
have been announced. The readjustment STATE OFFICER ,, GLADEDRAINAGEWORK"ILL ,
..' S. J. ICenne'ly'w.lcomed ttu'yisitorsonthe
. mean a decrease in salaries for .,. .
most of the offices, though' some oft : : ;......;; "f ; part of the city +

.1' them are increased. The salary of Pensacola.'Dr' S. R Mallory Ken- N. Matter what you may .ee.cI--.itI. i*.NEW'or SECOND-HAND The following' official''table''"shows Postmaster-the 'conT.ntion..the H..-,A.' Gray necessity impressed'of ri ti

':i these office i II based on the receipt of nedy United, acting States assistant public heath service of the, good*-we have it. W. make special'' effort t* have.Jut what }.u, the Everglade amount' of main excavatlng-jlono drainage canals on the, upon good: road!,, a* the. efficiency .of the

"' the office. has been appointed acting' health of- want at a PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD TO PAY.. Your dollar will ge 1 based on both state and contract work ...upon'the-eondition'ofrrural large "
:::1 'Jacksonville GainesvilleKey West, ficer of Florida. The notice of his farther right here the* at any ether *tor*.in; the dry, up to June 1 of the present yeanTotal :. I ly high;
: Moses Folsom of tbeboard
Kissimmee, Fernandina Apalachicola, appointment by President F. J. Fearn- Ol b Secretary a
> .g beeeppp eO.
1 1 Miami and Ocala are not side of the state board of health OOME ,AND SEE OUR No.of: 1,1914 "'L"\}et"\ 8t ccq 1O1q:: paid a of glowing trade tribute'extolled to;;Palatka the wonder and )
included the list. reached him is due to the C ik Friday'and .0.avyb ... .CI co
f .removed l to- ful St John river. In behalf-of the
CO> '" .
list follows .. ..
Th .
: fact that bubonic plague has been discovered o-'Z'l': ; 0<1 '
TotalNo. convention. President S. L. Jonesspoke
-Salary- \ i'I
in New Orleans and :
to prevail
SECOND-HAND FURNITUREDepartment. Total June:; ""\ in term of highest' appreciation
Postoffice. Old. New. that Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, state health I '.
:'t, i Alachula __________nl,800 $1,200 officer of Florida, is seriously ill in : ...,.J'. for the welconpe-given.
': Arcadia ______nn__ 2,300 2,200 Atlantic City, where he went several I Then followed address by variou
:0 Bartow ______,-------- 2,400 2,300 weeks in the hone.qf improvinghis rtmenL This furniture it all in good condition-some of it at-good i member and resolutions were adopted
\ :1' Bradentown ___'.._______ 2,300 2,100 health.ago The condition of Dr. Por- a.-new-;and'we- ask 50 percent .and 'less than you.will pay.for jhe. pledging the convention to .work with-

1 Daytona":._____'________ 2,600 2,600 ter is reported such that he is unableto same goods at other -ttoret., i; l : wooM;ylti.e': thr 42.000 rural''amen-of the United
'r,. Fort Myers ______ 2,400 2,300 return to Florida and handle the .. States faiths improvement of the
; .' ,+ Fort Pierce ___n_____ 2,200 2,100 situation'so Dr. Kennedy who is also LOOK AT THESE GENUINE BARGAINS I '0:1 --*> ;':NNCI ;t'l-if- service. .
.,1 Live Oak _____________ 2,600 2,400', a member of- the bnatd: was designated I I dog> it:- l=g 3 :::s The session closed: with the electionof -

'" ..... Madison _____u_______ 1,900 1,800 as acting-state, health officer until Big Enameled Dish Pan. 48I .O the following officers: President'

' Orlando-_u--=-.== 2,700 >2,800' Dr. Porter gnu return and the surgeon- Regular_60cvalued-Dollar Day,,....,: ""= ...,.,.,=,=-.- _.. -+-___ _. _______u __ __ S. L. Jones Lao City; vice-president,
Sr' .\ Palatka ______________ 2,600 2,600 }. of the United States has been Deep Water Pail enameled. LoiJRlleaLakelandneretaryo.trea.! .--:
3,300 notified urer, B. N Smith Gainesville..
'I' Pensacola -
- Plant City .n-n*___u_'--- 2,300 2,200 the to plague,forward situation all advices in New regarding Orleans -- .Regular 60c valuer-Dollar Day,.!:__-_?______-.__-____-4. 8 c. Delegate to the national convert1tlon j

>) ': St. Augustine_____ 3,000 3,100 to Dr. Kennedy in Pensacola. Granite Sauce Pans. / ...... ai .CO> d in WashingtonIn August S.-L..- r
. j i St. Petersburg -------- 3,000 2,800 The latter will open temporary headquarters Degular IOe value--t.Joliar Da>_________-____________t/OC. ..1 "'L- t-"i\ "1. Jones; alternate, B: N.Smith.} '
'l Sanford nn__________ 2,500 2,600 in this although the ones Pots and Coffee/ Pott. o2a! ""' Nt'z",1:1 -_ '" Tallahassee was chosen a* the next
': Tallahassee ___n______ 2,700 2,600 in Jacksonville city will be continued. as Jea ;{ &; meeting place.A'delightful. A'
4 I Tampa _______________ 3,600 3,500 before until Dr. Porter is able to return I5c values-Dollar Day----------------------------.1 LC.Carpenter's __' ,.; excursion on the St..:

.1'+ Tarpon Springs _______ 2,000 1,800 I to his duties. Dr. Kennedy whois Steel Square-$1,00 values_____________uu_____ 7Se 1/', 1 I'"I'' ,1 1' 1" / I II Johns river to' Federal -point and return -

.. Wauchula -_______ __J_ 2,400 2,000 !. a native of Npw Orleans, is the All-Steel Hand Axe-$I.00 value___________________________ 75c ::I :: :::1:1 : :: :: 'j' I I number was tendered of citizen.the delel'at.t he'steamer'' *,'and.',
West Palm each _____ 2,590 2,600 :, : : : 10 a on
l _', Winter Haven ___-_____ 2,000 1,700 youngest of health man officer ever to of occupy Florida.the position Belmont Drawing Knive-$1.00 value________________________ 75e : :" .: I: ": : I 1: 1 I. 1: I: Crescent of the Beach & Min f line at

Henry Dittton Hand Saw-2.00 value_,__________________$1.50. I' ," 1,1.1.s41, I the conclusion of.the meeting;:_.The..., ''

: : GROWERS GO AFTER Belmont Royal Blue Hand Saw-$1.50 value________________ 1.00 ,, 1: .., I :I .1 I 1/, .. I, I, visitor were delighted'with'the scenic a
'i beauties of the and were loudIn
: NEW PENSACOLA Hatchet 75c value __ __ ___ __________ .:. fiver
FORREST LAKE'S SCALP !- __ _ ____ ___ ____ 60c I .. I ,I oM : their praise of' the ,hospitality of, '

Cast Steel Hammers_____________.________________________ SOc ..1.o"C! !: :: f'w! "i', } ...: Palatkan and the courtesies. shown' .by
f- Honorable.Forrest Lake of Seminole :iVFt, :! tHe' Palatka Board of Trade.- t
LINEPensacola.Pensacola .
is candidate for speaker of py 0
county a i a Fxz 1 s.0 .l5 Eog .M
and is d. E. MULLENNIXMr. =-
.. the house of representatives I
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and Tampa reported to be making good progressin ,, :: .. .. ... FLA. 'SCHOOS"OFFER'BEST [
securing pledges for that position 4 ; r: ..
;': will soon be connected by a direct But Mr, Lake is to encounter opposition C3xzlRrnThere ::
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'. line, if information furnish- -- -- - -- -- -- I
steamship from a rather unexpected source. nu'mber
| have been the usual
,": ed by officials of the chamber of commerce The organized growers of the state '' of dredge mishaps, which, of course, OPPORTUNITIES ,;
It is announced thatthe' ..
is correot. Calls Growers9Attention I
take hand in the matter if I ,
are to a Tenny cannot Be avoided.ENLARGING. 4 .
., tl' West Coast Steamship company the following from the latest issue of "
. has decided on the inauguration of a the Florida Grower is to be credited: A Florida boy may prepare (or almost , 1
_ service between the two points at an "Forrest Lake of Sanford is seek- to Brooks LawJacksonville any of the profession at the
,: t: early date. ing to be elected as speaker of the WINTER state university, advertisement'' of, ;
The steamer to be engaged in the next house. Florida legislators shodld: I which appears In another column of
'lf- service expects to handle much phosphate of this Issue. The University of Florid'
:' turn him down. He is the enemy
fruit and New York nterchapedice the citrus fruit industry of this state. Fla.-Lloyd S. Tenny must stencil upon the package the net HAVEN PACKING HOUSE offer beside the general literary ''rclassical
Pensacola and the returntrip secretary and manager of the Flor- net weight or numerical and scientific "'
to for on With this man in the chair the growers capacltYt courses,.excel
ida Growers' and I he barrel has been
Shippers' league made the
expects to handle a large amountof lent opportunities for the study' of
< r. of Florida could hope for no legislation -
passed through the city this week on basis,of standard. The smaller standards ;;;. '
.. lumber and coal. It is aimed to in their behalf Write. to your Winter lIav -The packing houseof agriculture In all of its branches,
f.. t: make Tampa the transfer point for asking them not to his return from Norfolk where Jig are half barrels, bushels or multiple the citrus exchange is to be en- course In civil, electrical 'mechanical -
fJ freight destined to Pensacola via vote representatives for Forrest Lake." had a conference with prominent ratP| of the bushel divided by two. The larged by the addition of a structure municipal, railroad,and,structural
steamer from eastern points. road officials discussing matters of standard barrel must have a head diameter forty-eight' by ninety-two feet. This engineering', full _.course in' law
r importance connected with the./ transportation of 17 1-8 inches, length of will make the WinterHaven packing courses for teacher, etc. .
HILLSBOROUGH HAS OVER problem on Florida prod- staves 28 1-2 inches bilge not less. than house one of the largest in the state. The ad vantage**"of association and
:t "OIGNAN GETS POSITION. 11,000 SCHOOL CHILDREN ucts. Mr. Tenney was on his way to 64 inches outside measuremen The The contract for addition has been let the opportunities of' forming Blasting y
Orlando where the league headquarters distance between the heads mast, be to Fred W. Owen, a local contractor. friendships, with young men who wiU ,
Tampa.-The annual report of the are located. Mr. Tenney said: "I not less than twenty-six inches. Cit- be leader In public: Affairs of the state r
JAX POSTMASTER Hillsborough\ county schools, which want to call the attention of the grow... rus boxes must be stamped with their ZephyrhilH., --fephyrhills Electric In future year should not,be- overlooked -
AS will be forwarded by Marshall Moore, ers and shippers of this state to the inside measurements, even though company contemplates: : installing ice in deciding upon.' schooL.
, y county superintendent, to State Superintendent New York state law known as the they may be marked with the numberof pin-t, in to'.nectii'p! with electric; These advantages,' together with our
W. N. Sheats, shows that Brooks law, which is 'just now going fruit within the box. Our Information plart. unparalleled wintep climate: and the
-Washington, D. C.-Nowithstandlngthe Hillsborough county had 11,333 school into effect. This law require. the'1" is that this law i la going to be low cost of attendance.would "
opposition of Senator D. U. children enrolled last year. Of this shipper to pack his produce in vigorously enforced all J Florida shipper Madison.-Company'is; being organized indicate that 'our Florida boy are>.
Fletcher, the senate in executive"Ses number, the greater'part'were white,. ard packages,, case they ltand-I'I should use care "in seeing. that to establish gin; R. L.' Millinor.M. \ rendered without any? excuse for tear.
Il':'.' sion' this afternoon confirmed the nomination 9,476, while -1,857 were.. colored boys put. in these standard ,, the\ law observed.". > A. Williams and .C. F. Hamilton. ing their native", commonwealth to attend ,
of Peter A. Dignan/ .to be post and girls., .. comprise building committee. .school of'other. *ttes.WHERE .
master at Jacksonville. Among the white children, It Is .. ./ ,

Senator Fletcher made a lengthy notedin the annual report that there NEGRO KILLED INBATTLE .BIG. .... BARBECUE FORFARMERS '
statement before the committee and were- more boys than girls enrolled. .'" WITH POLICE AT MARIANNA, \.
.t again to the full senate. But inasmuch The number of boys in the Olntyschools -....... SHALL I'1GO'TO'S'c8.9QL: ?.
the senior senator would not state -
e.S as was 4,795, and the. number of
: Tampa.Two desperate battles with Marianna.-.Marianna today celebrated FLORIDA STATE COLLBOB FOR UNIVERsITT'Or. iri.oRID".
' that Dignan was personally obnoxious girla.4,681. Among the colored schools f -- "
"4 patrolmen in West Tampa closed with the largest Fourth of July WOMEN TALLAHABSKIS. OAINE5VILLE.EiiIht' .
pert ;
decided that there
to him the senate
/0.. the condition is just the opposite,
the 'death of unknown at in Its The business
'. was no reason for holding the 851 an negro haps history. men COLLEGE OF ARTS AND 801- Colleges and Divisions; LIBERAL ..
good up there being 1,006 colored girls to > '
the hands of the officers. When Pa- of the had and ,
nomination.Neither city planned advertiseda ENCES: NORMAL SCHOOL: SCHOOLOF ARTS; LAW ENGINEERING: :
i{ colored boys. trolman Hannon started to investigatethe free barbecue in honor of the farmers MUSIC: SCHOOL, OF EXPRESSION; AGRICULTURE: TEACHERS' COLLEGE -
I, Bryan had any statement to Largo.--City will pave about one reports of several pistol shots, he 'of the county and this event was a : GRADUATE: Es'fr.ONM DIVISION) ORADUATB
I.' make. mile of streets. met the negro who immediately reached great success in spite of the rain that Kymnailum with swimming pool; basketball SCHOOL. Ten new brick bulldlnr be- p
P}+ I for his gun. The officer was quicker fell during the day. Homeraisedbeef and tennis court: n.w andmodern ..' srxmna-lum. swimming pool and
the draw and fired first. Then the buildings; beautiful calnou.; many subsidiary bulldlnra. Slztr-on y
on was principal meat though a .
; ------- ---- '-- -- -- -- dormitories have all modern -convenience officer 4n.truetorr.nd-.blast.-$1! '
+ $ r. I the two closed in, and after a tussle. magnificent fish chowder supplement. *: new dining room and kitchen younamen from 47' Florida counties .
Patrolman Hannon made the negro a ed the repast. Home-baked beans moat hygienic In Florida; 411 young and 14 atatea and foreign countries l

G prisoner, and dragged him to the police smoking hot from the ovens was last women......Ion.from 48 counties and 11 state last axaalon. ...-....
0VHATGOJ I station. There the negro renewedthe served with the meats. Five thou- TUITION FREE! In College and Nor- TUITION FEES FREE;, tilLto BOARD par AND ENTRANCE y
t" ; fight bested the officer and escaped. sand people spent the day in the city mal School. Board and entrance tees. Write today for _talo..... year. }
Hannon shot once in the melee enjoying the amusements,, which .con- for EDWARD:the year CONBADI.tlM. For cataloguewrit PRESIDENT.: A. A.' MURPHRBE. PRESIDENT. ,4':

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L aridhethinks Jiehit4heJiegrtk BJat d of-music by BH- Alttbar" band. .
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Later Patrolman Bradley.discovered I drills by the boys from the state industrial ,. .
the negro on Main street and started' school and the Boy Scouts

for him. Again the -negro-forced-. field sports in which- the merchants .
fight and Bradley: fired several times. gave prizes to the winners, baseball ---- '

TOG1VEflER7M3'I The negro was hit twice, and died almost -. free motion pictures and everythingelse ,. ,,
immediately. A coroner's jury that could give amusement with- Duttonarris :-G--L---as.T'
h L exonerated the policeman from al( out danger of injury. : ,;
blame. .5 ;. y -i .1

r j if" ".I S / / ILL SON; KILLS SELF Ocala Fla.-A sneak negro thief

BIG Dollar DAYSaturday
f Lake City.-After making an unsuccessful raided the'home of Mr, and Mrs. Albert ; k :, : S
:. attempt on the previous' E. Gerig Wednesday evening; en- 1 ,
day, Mrs. Kate Miller. well known tering the home through a wiadow

. resident of this place, ''succeeded In during' the early part of the evening .... .. . .
.;' ending her own life by swallowing a when the family were away. Neigh .
phail of laudanum containing ground bors saw the thief and a lively' chase \ T :
at ,1If\\ ,,, .
glass. was inaugurated. The man made good \, > :1j.' "..,..:t'iJ. 'i ( <, :." (;"I''. :

Bemoaning the loss of her little son his escape. Nothing of importancewas will' be the Created Day 'In i the Ljtol7"of., .the Dutton- i'.
time Mts. Miller I I. said to missing. .
:: have some ago unsuccessful attempt to M. B. Fore and W. R. Chalker two Harris Company's successful sale. It will be a record-breaker Iwo',: .

?' y 1Po end her existence on Thursday, but young white men, were arrested yesterday -in one sale-a Big DOLLAR DAY.and our ANT'UAL SHOE SALE aBgoing '''
: r1t .. pay friends- prevented her. In $her_ despondency and placed in jail for breakingin 'on at the same-timti. Come every day if you'can,' but 7Qq pond r.I t t "
i she succeeded f ti. taking a Gates' garage and robbing the cash '- .. ,
and "fe-
: quantity of Jaudanum with the glass. register. They confessed the robberyand come Saturday see" "- --

for Sweetheart Bride or Wite t further development are awaited. .
and would be no easy matter to amend Our Dollar Day Window.i ; :
DIAMOND, RING . . . . . . $25.00 up Punta Gorda.-The inauguration ofa this "farmer creed"-which I I. foundin
great undertaking, the completion of the Breeder's Gazette: ,

; DAaJ TY GOLD;) WATCH . : $15.00 tO $50.00 which will add vastly to the attractiveness We believe In the gold earth and .its' {
t and prosperity of Punta Gorda, soil. Thi will be the most original and unique window in the city., We #:

PEARL LAVALUERE . . . .- $1 ..50 Up was crete the seawall beginning preparatory of work'on to the the building con-. the We soil beJleee and understand that all men it. should love won't tell you what itV going' to contain-rbut we want you to'eome"and ''':*'

: of'' beautiful home and flower I We believe; that soil culture andsoul ee it 'It'* going tobe, a hummer and it will,,be tiled with'unufual' ,,1;

'PEARL BROACH .. .. . . . . . .:. . . . $1050 garden along the water front. This culture go hand in hand. .urprise*. .' f
'. was mad the occasion of a brief but We believe he nobly serves who 1 I 1.
impressive ceremony. I I make two blade grow where one
'. Mayor B. H. Mobley Issued a before. '' If 'you 'real Shoe I VALUES.
., See Our "Dollar Window" Saturday proclamation grew want BargainaGUARAWIF.FD ., .. ,
business. "
requesting 'all We believe that blood will tell. '
10 seed,, shouldgo it a Good Big Reduction==come to this store;"now.; .' '
house to close. their door at. a* m.: We believe ;that good .. . '.
: : ; when the ceremonies began.. The So Into the,enriched,soil ."' --
; .... ...... Jana military band,pbiyed beautiful' We believe that good animal should
t c;qie- V1*(&i. '-f selection ,after which -"ex-Governor a roP: :",*..,...a.---. ...-- .... ...,.- -- ; "

$ 4',",1 .: ;. .{' ," ,,\. ; Jl'! I;',F( Interesting Albert' W' ',GifeMrt address:.on delivered'the past ca,"v"andfntur .rr ,man W.Jo..bJieve-Jo labor;j. "' the- .j,;divine. C p'l'bt' ;of nytf: iJ Itsi} is, cps.. i' ::i it
':' .7fw.Z.rianJOpforj.frfafa ; *'of Punta,Gorda.: H* gavW doe. We believe In helping-'men g.tjull ::. t#" ,'H".s.. .l
L ? 1.: At ,'. \,, eredit to Dr.Gee. S. Stone president of reward for their touV" "': '; ..'" - ; \ i* "
, : : '" ': 1 the city" council, ,.who first conceived We believe in better farm- with 1O6 Broadway.' Kiwunmee, : '
y ri" .... ::r-. tIM ldes of the buildlnrof the Sea..wall betten'6Ada tIIablrtJTt1aem.- m : :._ .... :
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t .\ I and; the reclaiming. of the land bet.1t.tM. . w..a.e .... In..better'1"IU'1.HbooIl 'wr .:... '" -< iI': .,... ,....<4.r... .-' . t'IiI't

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;I llitll i IMIIMMUMMIMMIIIM I i I M nnillM I H j J .r. Government Bulletins I I,I. Few Japanese Women

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:. Society Notes. +j Woman'sWorldLeader of Use. TO HousekeeperMany I i For the Children, ; I, Who-Do Not Marry'

the statistics of the +
Mettle Belle Harris Editor.) of the New Worna" Educational : Vio.on W. 'McLean According
( of the Bulletins issued .
Y : by the blue book,there are
Mov.m.nt In the Ori.nLj' last Japanese veryfew
i I United States Department of. Agriculture Has a New
who do not
mar ,
I Japanese women '
: made to all of the Valley Gazette to end items are particularly helpful to the <
Request u patrons of Japanese girlsmarry :
housewife Here is given a list of a ry. The majority

} : of' society events to tbe Eo IoT'f".-.,.olie tion in these column J .'few of the bulletins that in at twenty-one years of ace:
every kitchen to use as reference: I 1
i j' I The men usually marry at twenty-sfic
Farmers' Bulletin No.
.391- -"Kco-
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . I nomical-Use of Meat in the House." but marriage, at the age of fifteen is 1I ;.,
not unknown, and 4,000 marriages at b
i Farmers' Bulletin No. 2J56-= i
k Young Ladirx' Sewing Club. Monday evening at their home on -"Prepa the of seventeen were registered '
/ rat ion of Vegetables for the Table." i age
Miss eta liryun will enter- Church street in honor of the twentieth FannerBulletin/t No.413uThe I''in the case of men last year, while i

tt, -'tain the Your Ladies' Sewing club birthday of their son Ga'be. ,Various Care of Milk and Its Use in the S 7,000 girls of the age of sixteen.. were
I Wednesday afternoon at 4:30: o'clock j games were played, after which I (Home.ff: married. The number of women who

r r at her home on Clyde avenue. All the they all joined in hinging popular I 1 Farmers' Bulletin No. 249 "Cereal married at thirty was only 1,000 more.
members aw invited to attend. !I songs. Refreshments of punch and 'Breakfast Foods." but the number of men who set ups 5
-.> i cake were served. Those present were Farmers' Bulletin No. house for themselves! at' thirty was
--c--- Misses Betty and Hheu I'herigo, Lo- 142-"Prin- ;I .. in tile aft- )
y Moonlight Excursion. ciples of Nutrition and Nutritive I ROOO., The decline figures ... .
lena Donegal, Bertha and Beth BryanMargaret , only 3,700 men and ":
i A large crowd enjoyed the monn- Value of Food." er this! is rapid; )
and Anna Davidson and }
i of the age of forty marL i \,
ride the lake Tuesday These be l.COU women
light on evinl"iHf' I pamphlets may secured
Nat '
Messrs 1'onndn Carson
Hoyt .j"
( the Ladies' Aid from x l I nod last year in Japan Practically \ :
ing arranged by so- your congressman or by writing
John Woodall, Marion Rogers, Everett; '
who does not
Hf1 ,..hurch. Delicious to the I Japanese man join
I dety of the CnriAtlan chief, bureau of publication, every " '
Cornell 5eiver.- Theytold
!Don and Jahe: < Asir'P I monastery'marries.
, refreshments were I nerved I bythe 1 Department, of Agriculture, Washington Buddhist -
) ladies and the affair was H -4- D. OGOOD i bachelor-ami the -old maid are almost T,
c. Christian Endea or Social. unknown in the land of the _
ed success.I I "
.- ? '>- d..Cid-j The Christian Endeavor of the Prtsl 'r'as. THINGS TO KNOW. chi., Westminster Gaz-
I Br r Dime Soda l yterinn church enjoyed a "social n I I eth''

H- There will be a dime social Thursday ''eveni _eat the home of .t1r.1 To.Jti.Ten.J! 1IlTm.J1dd.1o sne .quart o _
\\t}' home of Mrs. S. U. Aultman on Broadway and Mrs. J. W. Miller on Mahbette MILK AK-C4JSMET1C -
prepared starch a teaspoonful of gum New milk, skimmed milk and buttermilk
A 'splendid ,
. fv Tuesday evening. street. Several games were played, "
program has been arranged and a among which was a cat contei, to see I J arabic and' one of baking soda, dis- I ... ., I, each possess properties pecu-
I""h good time i is promised to everybody which one could draw the vvoisl cut :,, solved in a very little watere, stirring I t ......./ ':,-. liar to itself, and all make simple and

'" who attends. The proceeds will he for with their eyes closcyl. The content | well. \-"..,. .. .-, ,,-:',< >.>. .-..:.. .';' ; ', ."......."... useful washes, having the a skin.general If emollient used- .
'; ; : the benefit of the Ladies' Aid society caused much merriment.) I ; 41"r; action upon
"' ; Before using table oilcloth paste at '' ,' . : ) ,," "" :' make the skin soft smooth '
of the Christian church. daily they
1:', ) :. Refreshments of lemonade and I MARY M1L.U4 PATRICK. l ,.:. .. '
a -.A- each corner on the wrong side a square 't" and white and preserve it' from the
;b' 't"1 Shakespeare Club. cakes were served.. ---. of cotton. This prevents the corners wY: (:ti t effects of exposure to weather. But- ,

:';f. .: The Shakespeare club was entertain- I ----- I II The most remarkable woman's college from wearing out @ Amerlcun Hruaa Aaaoclatloa. termilk is wonderfully useful for
,,://r '\ ed by Mrs. Boice Tuesday afternoon at Counlry''lub Party ', in the world is Constantinople as soon as they I freckles and relieves many irritationsof
'; her home on Vine street. Doliciou I Mrs. W. B. Crawford Misses Mil'dred j 'college, where women from all partsof otherwise would. I Vinson Walsh McLean, whose feat- the skin. Pure fresh cream is a

j., '} lee cream and cake were served Thosi and Vivian Lee and their guest, the Orient are sent to be groundedin A yellow frosting is made by beating ures are seen in this picture, the millionaire simple and effective remedy for
.I J I present were Miss Aultman, Mrs Miss Vess Parker, Mr. and Mrs. An-I': the arts and sciences of the Occident the yolks very lightly and thickening baby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward chapped hands and lips. ..
Aultman, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, Mrs F. dre :van der Mecrsch, Miss ( Forty years ago the small them with fine sugar as you B. McLean of Washington and To improve a cosmetic, add
\ ;i C. Bryan, Mrs. Kribbs, Mrs. Wlnn, Richards, pr. Simpson and ,C. B. Mc- ,school which was the beginning of the would the whites. It will take a little Newport, has recently acquired a new to it freshly grate horseradish, or
,- i Mrs. Sawyer, Miss Bay and Miss Caughen, formed a pleasant party (college was established in Constanti- longer to harden than if the whites playmate. This person is the son of flowers of sulphur may be used In-
Wlnn. They will meet with Mrs. who spent the evening at the Kissim I were used. useful for freckles .
I nople. It was a missionary enterprise Dr. Shirley Carter of Warrenton, Va., stead. These are
Prentis next time. mee Country club Wednesday evening. 'and in those days the Orient l looked If a candle is blown out in an up- who is to be the guest of the McLeansfor and other discolorations and slight
-- They enjoyed a plunge in the lake, with suspicion on the Occident and ward direction the wick will not smol.del' an indefinite period. Both are eruptions of the skin.
Young Ladle Sewing Club. after which luncheon served by :
was the away, and the next time it is
with anything .like want-
i disapproval on healthy, happy five-year-olds; but,
entertained the
Miss Virginia Teller < Mrs. Meiklejon. I ]higher education of women. All thisis ed it will be found sufficiently long while the millionaire baby is attendedby TO STRETCH SMALl. CURTAINS.The .
Ladies' Sewing club Wednesday ->- -
; has to ignite small curtains of scrim "
however. The sultan or
changed, many
I II two
t a ,
at her home Beau Rook rroperly. nursery governess nurses '
morning on Party. of his the for muslin which belong at transom win-
set the approval on cleaning
each with a diploma from training "
) i ;.'S morit street. The morning wan pass A party of young people enjoyed a ,, a
white bathroom win-
school and recommends the education paint. Dip a damp cloth in the dows, French doors
school, a nurse maid or two and two
sewing and chat rook the home of "Nlissi
t ed very pleasantly I game of at (of Turkish young women, while from oatmeal and rubthe paint. well over able-bodied detectives, the little Vir- dows etc., are often very hard to
1v ; Delicious ice served Harris Church street
cream was Mattie Belle
+ ting. who .enjoy'ed on ) Armenia, the Balkan states, Greece with this. Then wipe with a damp ginian has been taught to stand an make, even after they are ironed in
in cantaloupes. Those Misses Jar- Thursday evening I I ;and the farthest Orient girls of the cloth and polish with a clean duster. his own sturdy feet and to ride the the usual way, says the Philadelphia :

1 ,, rel the morning"Bert were Elizabeth Phyllis Carson<: Refreshments of punch and cake |, 1 best families are sent to enjoy the Oatmeal is'also excellent for rtmov- blue ribbon animals of the Carter Public Ledger./ An easy and successful -
Bryan, of institu- ing finger marks from doors. do such small curtainsis
Reese Vivian were served. I I (educational advantages an stable with no other bodyguard than. way to up
Anne Carson Nannie ,
( 'lIOn which is well equipped as the Heat a. lemon thoroughly before to iron the headings only; then
Le Vei Parket, Mildred Leo and Those present were :Misses Kathleen |I' as one of his father's jockeys. I
4 Mrs.i Bearden, Helen Bass, Mildred ,average American woman's n college. squeezing it and you will obtain near- The boys will spend the summer at I while the curtain is quite damp, stretch
Unley. -+- Winn, Mattie Belle Harris and Messrs. Many rich Americans have contributed ly double the quantity of juice that Black Point farm, near Newport. Mas- I it on the top and lower rods where it .'
!' Mr. and !Mrs. Selrer Entertain. Edwin Pound, Ward Estey, Leon Es- generously for improvements, the you would have from a cold lemon. I ter McLean, if he inherits all he may I belongs.! This stretching: of .it while ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Server entertained tey, Arthur Jarre), Ralph Bearden, total cost of the college buildings and For removing flower-pot stains from I be expected to inherit, will have about wet will draw the curtain into the / ::7!i
and Will Mason Tiller. ,I''equipment being about threequartersof the window sills, fine wood ashes are $150,000,000 and be the richest boyin I right; size and !shape, and without uneven -'

--<--- a million dollars. Recently five excellent. I America. edges. .
will put this Staadard in Sayre-Hlue. s splendid new buildings- were dedi t J
e v $10 cated.
YOUR HOME.NOW Francis S yre of Kissimmee Park i The head of this college is Dr. Mary

and Miss Ethel Blue of Illinois were i' Mills Patrick, an American., to whom $ r :
married Thursday evening at the home I .$
are due the high standard and the success -
of VIrs. C. I I. Alvev" on New York av4 < of the institution. She was born : S

r.ue.: at Canterbury, N. II. From New Eng- ,
) i CaTit. H. M. Breaker performed the I land she removed to the state of Iowa I

ceremony. with her parents, residing during her DOLLAR DAYIS
1 I After the wedding: Mrs. Alvey serI i school years at Lyons and there being I
ed refreshments to"the guests. graduated from Lyons college. I

Mr. and Mrs Sayre left Friday Soon after .her graduation IIhe went ; ,

morning for Kissimmee Park, where to Turkey under appointment received THE LAST' DAY OF THE s;::.
they will make their' home. . from the American Board of Foreign I '
Missions and first spent several! years' "I ,t'
4 Ills. 0 0040000,00,00000004 0Ip in the eastern part of Asia Minor,
t s dUt. + . where her work was chiefly among the
hto 1 CHURCH NOTICES. Armenian people.
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P Here sHe acquired a knowledge: of .Pre Invent Sale
P4404.444000440444 .I.II Big -
I itli 4 the Armenian language that marked ry

'sr I METHODIST SERVICES SUNDAY..I ISubjects as lior kifted from the esped beginning.11'\' 11IinV'w.t of her 'career, fac" ,

for discussion: The morning ulty. Besides the Armenian, tie

hour, "Chri..tianVork.," every ) speaks fluently Turkish \;reek, Bulgarian .
man his place and work. The evening French and German. ,
| hour, "The Great Obligation. ," to love ] After several years' residence in the 12 Pairs Men's Half Hose... ::- -____--__ --_$1.00 5 Good 25c Shirts or Drawers------------- 1.00 '.

+ > God ought with to the to whole church h. Everybody You ] Armenian provinces Miss Patrick was $2.00 WASH DRESSES ____ _uuuu__ __ 1.00 ,12 Pair lOc Hose___=-_ __ - _ _ _u 1.00
Why waitwh" <>u cnn coin* go invitation to attend the I' called to the American school for girls 5 Pairs 25c Hose __ __ ___ __ ____ 1.00
here and till" Staiulai.l Kotar have cordial - - -- Good
Kt '| a to which institutionshe 5 25c Ties-------------: 1.00
Shuttle "SltstralKht.SEWING/ services at the Methodist church. at Constantinople, than thirty 12 yards I2/, 2c Ribbon __ _ _u _ __ __ __ _ 1.00
has devoted more
$1.50Shirts . .
F; 8 15c Towels 1.00 - 1.00
of effort, establishing
MACHINE untiring - --- - -- - -- --
f years 1:00:
v FUNDS:' RAISED FOR there a standard'for the education of yards 15c Dress Gingham ..--. 1.00 9 Regular I5c Collars-------- ,
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y right now--ui U puv (0' it u lilt I.- HI the entire attitude
:NEW that has changed -
i C11.11'ELI, girls ,
e'1 a time Thrnne artHO ai" \ i>ujwea't i .
'!II.; the mom-y, TLr "S'J-; 1 of the various races of the near I
w Js. '.traltfnl feature rrniitft> j mi in ReV. W. E. Murphy of Tart has been; east and the ideas of the Ottoman I II
..w with ra.e and ,'ornrortHY; : services at the ]
I I conducting a series of I Ii government as well on this most important -
LIFE Come In and let me djyiion.strata 'i South Kissimmee mission this Week i ij subject. From a high!) ,cool,
.- It lor F ou.i j und raising funds to build a chapel j ji established in 1871, this American institution -
i in South Kissimmee. The service will! for the higher education of ... "
J. W. THOMPSON close tonight and Mr. Murphy will go young women has grown under the ,

I ,, KII atBM* ----P.I.rtd.. to his regular appointment at Barton ;: able direction of Dr. Patrick into the I
tsst < Lake. strong and well equipped college, the fMen's
; t only college for girls in the Ottoman.
S ----- ----- I empire. Seeing the need of such a ;

college in Constantinople, which draws
_I"Gt1" iII to itself people from all parts of the I
entire Orients even influencing the
v, 1 thought and life of Persia and Arabia Shoe Department

"'The Prescription Drug StoreiP I i the Egypt whole and of southern.the southeast Russia,of as Europe well as,

determined'to work
Miss Patrick early
L t for the establishment of a permanent 3.50 Walk-Overs $2.78

r1-I Here You Get. ONLY I educational work of high
Spending all her vacations study '
t 1 and research work, taking courses successively 4.50 Walk-Overs 3.98 r

kr PUREDRUCS I berg, Zurich at the, universities Leipzig, Berlin of Heidel-and

( ____ Berne, she finally took the doctor's 5.00 Walk-Overs 4.19

degree from the last named institu-

-F- You don't want anything par- tion, her major work being in the field :I 6.50 Edwin Clapp 5.48 '
that leularly are auppuaed oh ap ai>ouJL to bung mvutHn back of Greek philosophy ,She has done
also and in -
.our health and trcniith.NVe notable work in psychology
5, 4 believe In QUALITY always ethics,, as well as in Greek literature Good Work Shoes $2.19 up
and keep only the purrs and history. In 1890 the school over

tt5, 9 and coat a frrahrat trifle more druga.than They the stale may which she had for nearly) ten years
.', and ahop-worn kind-but we allow resided was incorporated into a college -
no .ul> tltutlon and you if ft and it is due to the splendid efforts -
I IIi < / only purr, 'hlcb grade fresh 1
of Dr. Patrick that this :
mcdlclnea. .
r < nowestablished in its beautiful I
a Our dlapenaary la In ctiartriif a competent chemist who thoroughly
,y' I 1> understands hla bunlntatV\ have a reputation for promptneav. good / new home on the European:; shores of -
-:;. ervlce and fair prices \Ve also carry a complete Una of standard retnthdtek the; Bosporus, the center of intel| otu1 I N'i: '. '
't (( Of all kinds.p allite 1 for the women of the near east. v;

r :'\\ Dollar-Day Special j FOR. IRONING-BOARD' '. COVER. .1' rsti. (

4 I For the home ironer 4 capital method -j 'f."
Neal'. 8t0n Root Compound-A remedy for kidneys., bladder }nd is tq make covers of some cheap -
vftrsn; Big Bottle--------- ________ _.______..fAeNyli' material, and 'of double thickness l to. SEE
powerful blood p1lrae'r--.I... board. WINDOW DISPLAYDAMN'S
I Bprtnc fit tightly over the ironing '
f t (ral'a .PaptonlMd. Beef Iron and W3n.-Ea, ; .. j jI to slip easily off and on, the open aide 1. n +
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button and bntJlonholes -
having, |k couple- '
t '"for"our an oubckm. .nt -bowt-T-TRabb.r-Oood.yW..k".-ln.-J fie=t= -to.keep-It-tant.- -These Lcov- DEPARTMENT t lyld
Fi b 1 z ",,,*'., *-' ; .' j .'"" ('d" ;r'y' .: trs' will ,b. 'found an immense boon : STORE r -*A'ft

t M they can easily. be washed and willlast -

PAIZACE: : DRUB'STORE?: a considerable timer They shouldilway .. .
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be kept scrupulously,clean and !'l
I .. IIN .; ..,. . CTM from dust. -Y' ,, Kissimmee Florida I
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; THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE : Mr. and'Mrs:M.:33. Wilson left Wednesday I ..,OOIOO.10 'UOOto...... .. . ..

I '". (Telephone No., 11..) for, Campbell 'station ''where' . y ......-- ..COM E' TOGilberts LOCAL, MERC ANTS. WEARING 'I':
WKP *"**!****!* 1 "' il f il i Mi)j 1. *HVMMMMhMl> M. .they will reside .in the future. aNNNa.aa. '

*' Published Every Fridmy By Capt. .and ,>Mrs. Francis and Mrs.J. .. : &MILETHA TWONT COME OfF' .;
t W. .. HARRIS. H, Harris and daughter Abble spent North Main Street :
\ : : .
'- '' from Friday 'until. Monday in. St '
Cloud.. *' ' " t *"* 1 Who-.aid1 the. town was on 'the.:bert smilingly. replied) "My business 1

'Dollar Day Saturday, the ilth. Four : : blink Where U'the fellow who said Is better this year than l last !tyear;U1I.
We t 1r'Repon I t men's shirts for H'.vO. T. H..' twx "D"partment btoref, burlneis was dead and you couldn'tsell time. I'm selling more..goods and a d
? son SSrlt1 gold >dollars for twentythreecents. better quality, than, over before Of
Dr. Simpson returned home Tuesday Where was, ,ale Wednesday co'une I could do.more than I'm doing
. from Atlantic Beach, where he at ON $ .DOLLAR $' DAY morning Where ". but I have) had tin best summer since r
Following are the daily temperatures . '
tended the sessions oY the State' Dental Perhaps he was in the big shopping, I entered business, so I feel pretty'.
and precipitation as association. crowd that filled most, of the. .,well satisfied. i
reported by the .Government and no doubt he was atorts'j: MrPerson of the well known' firm
1 station at Kissimmee for the Dollar Day-Mtm'1'fne dress shirts, We want you'to come. to this store.. We'want to'prove to your "iron men" for good things to. of Person A Ralney/ saidi v'r'
extra linen-collars $J.OO. .;F. H. Law- wear just as hundreds or others were I. "Our business is "going' along In '
d; ;
satisfaction that you can gel dry goods! sheet and for less / J'j
weekending July 9, 1914: son. 291tEdgar
doing. If he he 'We '
. was not missed a1 great shape. wire doing a good ,
Max.Min.Rain Katz his returned from Day- than you'll pay for identically( the same good down town. We are mighty! good opportunity. for bargains, business and can't complain. -Never'
tona; wherebe- tended. the Fourth located just outside of the high rent district and we save hundreds that's all 7 1. heard of hard times. Didn't even know
Friday ________ 93 72 .10 of July celebration. dollars'on rent. What we save on rent we deduct from the)'price'of The past week was one'of the busiest there was such a thing. ,We look forward

Saturday ______ 96 70 ___ Dollar Day--Come and see what) we our goods. For this reason afford to values Klssimmee has ever'"had. AH the!! to a prosperous winter with
we. can give greater
Sunday _______ 87 72 .65 '. have to'offer YOIJ.for a dollar.. F. H. than elsewhere. you merchants are wearing, smile that!j enough business to keep all of us hustirng -
can get Come and Satisfaction guaranteed '
you see. ?
or won't off-and thousands sat-
; come
Monday _______ ,89 72Tuesday .._ Lawson. 29-lt back. j
isfled customers bright Many other merchants' a
'money I are wearing were questioned '
Mrs. E. L. Johnson is expected to j
uuu 89 71 .11 ; ; and stylish garments bought at barcan ] about business at this season.
See Window ,
Carolina Big
from North our Display of Shoes
Wednesday ____ 92-.67 ___ return Monday S1.OO prices Everybody is happy and +i Among them such prominent ones as
t Thursday ___ ,90 72 .. where. she has been spending the summer All going at ___ _____ satisfied.! I| E. O. Garland of the KillBlmmee'Fu.,.
n I
i 12 yards Best Gingham lor- A Gazette reporter tool occasion to, niture company, Mr. Coleof the well
: ,___ : _________ 1.00.
.OO'ooooo.. OGOOO Mrs. J": M. Bryan, mother of Mrs.C. talk to a number of the leading merchants known'firm qf Cole &: Unley, Sam G. .
. A. Carson and aunt of Mrs. B. B. 12 yards Good Bleaching. 36 inches for_______"I________.. 1.00 about local business conditions Ragsdale, proprietor of the Palace

.," Simpson, is expected to arrive in the 5 yards any 25c Dress Goods for__________________________ 1.00 and for the information ofthose who drug store; Mr. Taylor, the enterprising -.
I I I I I I I I I I M I I I H I I I I city Monday for a visit. Ladies' House Dresses big value for__________________ ..--, .98 arc not familiar with the situation grocer, and J. E. Mullennlx, prorprietor s "..
Wanted to Rent-Ten or. Fifteen- Many other Big Bargains throughout the entire r "at home" we print a few statements.The of the New and Second and
,THE LOCAL FIELD. i i11111IIIII1II1111111111111 room house. Will take long lease. An- store. first man interviewed was Mr. shop. All of them agreed that business -
swer quick. Big (House care The Val- ,Harris of the Uutton-Harris Shoe was .all and more than could be y
ley Gazette. 29-lt company. This firm is now in the expected at this time of year. AU of a
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck left Thursdayfor A. S. GILBERT midst' of a big sale] and Mr. Harris them are satisfied also that business "
Mich. visit her said: this fall will be better than-erer-be--
Otsego to par- had the day fore and that Kiftsimmee and this ki'Jf. '
"Wednesday we "biggest aee- ?
W. H. Brokaw with Brothers ents for few weeks. Mrs. Woodbeck
Griffing-" -- a -ifr routeto Phone 35. - . 4S Main Street. ourliistoryr;- *By Ti5&n we' h d Bold ion in general will erijoy the most
;the tree 40-tf will oft Chicago en I
people stop
complete the buying of stock for the DOLLAR DAY, JULY 11, 1914. more pairs of shoes than we did all I prosperous winter it has ever had.
Laurence Griffin is relatives ]
visiting will in day on the opening day of our an- rR
in New Smyrna this week. new Kissimmee millinery in shop the early she fall open and to "O"HO C O 'HOO+O 00 H oHoo,. nual sale a year ago. Everything.

Attorney W. B. Crawford made a consult the trimmer, who will remain ._ coming fine and we have no complaint Prepare Your Roses
-- -- -- - --- '
.. ---- -
business trip to Tampa this week.--
until time for the openinghere.
l Irt Chicago
W. E. Warner of St. Cloud spent Mrs. Woodbeck will return homein l>r. W. L. Wlnn penf the-Fourttr in Messrs. A W. Gustus and J. M. The next man interviewed was the For Next Year ByCareful .
Monday in the city. August.Mr. Tampa. Huffman returned Sunday from Day- well known merchant, M. Katz. Mr. -
William Johnson of St. Cloud was tona Beach, where they: attended th Katz was enthusiastic about the opening -
Miss Mattie offers trimmedhat
Bandy and Mrs. Aultman, Miss Eliza- in the city Tuesday on business. Fourth of July celebration. day of his annual sale. lie said: Pruning Now
bargains on Day. Aultman
beth Aultman, Mrs. Henry ,
"Wednesday was positively most
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bass of Bartow Mr. and Mrs. Andre van der Meersch, Mr. William Bircher of St. Cloud Judge George F. Kribbs of Kissim- successful day, from a sales stand-
are visiting in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. D. Clark, Mr. and spent Monday in the city. mee spent a few hours in Orlando to- point, we have ever had. All day longthe After the blooming season of climbing -

.. Dollar Day-Shoes $1.00. F. H. Mrs. Woodbeck and Miss Mary Dixonare Mr. W. B. Walker of Ballenger has day.inent Judge and influential Kribbs is one citizens of the of prom that store was crowded with!! eager T roses is over in June it is advised l
Lawson. 29-lt among the Kissimmee people who been in the city several days this shoppers and we did a splendid busl- yet
the Fourth at St. Cloud.: week. town. He is a member of the city that shoots should be pruned so as to
spent In fact there i
ness. at times were so
W. B. Crawford transacted business"in council, which has recently undertakenthe j
throw the of the into
Tampa Wednesday. Dr. M. J. Hicks returned to the city Miss Clara Sheppard of St. Peters- work of the many customers here we were unable growth plant
bulkheading lake. If
Coronado Beach wherehe is the of to take of them We the new wood that bore no flowers this
+ Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. Tuesday from burg guest her aunt, Mrs.A. this work is completed it will) be, in proper care are
Osceola Lumber A"Furniture Co. 29-tf accompanied his family. He states G. Drawdy. the judge's opinion, one of the greatest sorry this had to be so, but there was year, for this is the part of the plant
that they are all well and enjoying Palm Beach Suits just arrived. First things ever done to push Kissimmee's no way to avoid it. We simply had I that will bear next year. When a trellis l;
Col. S. EX Decker of St. Cloud wasa their outing immensely. Mrs. Wood more than we could attend to, though ,
class at cut F. H. Law- In
goods prices.
visitor in the city Monday.Mrs. and little son Milton of Atlanta came 29-lt advancement.-Orlando Reporter-Star. our sales force had been greatly increased ; is low (six or eight feet high); It i
the son. for the Business baa is a good plaa to cut off the shoots ,
M. Tidholm and Mrs. Sanborn last week to join party.J. I r.A 1'MKV'e] MKKTIMi. day.
Frank A. Wallace of the Wallace &
,1 of St. Cloud spent Wednesday in the R. Yale, who recently moved from Crawford firm in Orlando in the been very\: good right along and wecan't that have borne flowers t'hia'Year clearto
was I-.ft> nivrt's meeting will be held at thePastime '
city. New Mexico to Haines City, was in city Tuesday on business. theater Sunday afternoon at 3 complain. the ground. ClimblnaroM.. are si K
Nelson Russell] arrived in the cjty Kissimmee looking after business mat o'clock led by Uev. R. C. Weldler who The next man the reporter caughtwas I valuable aid in making an attractive)
having Capt. R. G. Canova and family returned recentlyreturned from the great Sun- the Mr. Stanford of the II.
this week from Fernandina on. a visitto ters yesterday. Mr. Yale is now busy <
Haines Monday from a week's visit day school convention held ut Chic.Ro. Stanford home and will replay t.'reful treat:
his mother. erected store building at company. "Everything
a and will no doubt tell of some of the
Dr.' licks will return to Coronado City and will open a stock of dry with relatives in Green Cove Springs.J. good work done there. 'A full attendance going along nicely," was Mr. Stan- (:, ment. fl
tomorrow to spend the week-end with goods, etc., about August 1st. E. Foxworthy, who for many IM desired. There will be good ford's cheerful reply. "Business has I i Most people in following this advice '
his family.A Miss Virginia Alexander of Chattanooga years lived in Kissimmee but is nowa muKu] and nn interesting W H :JONEH.meeting been very good. In fact I am doing may feel that they are ruining their H

Hat Tenn., who has been visitingthe resident of Fort Meade, passed Chairman better than I expected to do, so I'm bushes to cut them back so severely, t ,
Trimmed for Dollar at Miss '
a family of her uncle, M. Tiller, for through the city Monday on .his way 1 perfectly satisfied." I but the young"shoots that ba"e-started -
Mattie Bandy's.Mrs. several weeks, left Tuesday for Rhode to North Carolina to spend the sum Tampa.-Export Phosphate company I The next man found was Mr. Dann ,, about the roots will surprise them t 7r
'" J. W. Cone of Lake City is Island, where she will take a special Mulberry, Fla., plans to con- of Darin's department store, sittingat 'I[by .springing with wonderful rapid-
,. the guest of her brother, Geo. M. Tay- course in art. I mer.Mrs.. Walter Nelson returned Wednesday struct plant on east side of estuary his desk busily counting a pile of ity. Each bush will probably put forth a
lor, "and family this week. from Wichita, Kan., where she reported to cost $500,000; tor include bills, the receipts of the previous day. '' several new shoots that will grow as
Mr. R: W.- Meiklejon is expected George Sessions, who moved with has been visiting her parents for following construction: 1,000footpier "How's business" queried the re long as those cut, or one shoot will '
" home today from Texas, where he has his family to the Carson Cattle coma) some time. planned for future extension to porter. "Foolish question," repliedMr. grow much longer. In' either case the. M
t been for the past two weeks. pany's ranch some months ago, has Dollar Day-Five pair men's and 1,500 feet; railway twelve and eigh- Dann. "Look at the crowd, that trellis'will soon be covered again.
'"\Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. returned to Kissimmee and is againon women's 25s hose for $1.00. F- H. Law- teen miles long, from. mines to estuary tells the story. I guess I'm gettingmy In the case of a high trellis a dlf'q r
Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29tfG. his-old job carrying the mail from son. 29-It ; pier, railways etc.. ._reported to share, so why should I worry Everything ferent method must be followed. The
the postoffice to the trains. cost $200,000; drying and handling- is coming nicely and. my saleis renewal of wood must-begin from a
G. Doby of Haines City was in of Kissimmee, Dr. A P. Spencer of Gainesville wasa cilit'es reported to cost $300,000 instead- from the
Miss Emma Mayers ; a big success. ,|: point higher up fi
the city last Friday, the guest of his formerly? of Tampa, is spending the visitor in the city Monday, appearing company has made agreement with I'' Another merchant queried was Mr. ,i root, as the growth of a bush Is toot p
I. cousin, J. W. Miller. week with her friend, Miss Alice Mc- before the board of county commissioners port commissioners) and actual con- Gilbert who conducts a department!I?I enough to replace all its-top on a high
., Dougal), at her home on the Bayshore in behalf of the farm dem struction n wit!it further ijovernrrtnt store on North Main street. Mr. Gil trellis if required to grow so far'' ;

f boulevard.-Tampa Tribune. .. onstration work of the.atate. -_._----- -----_. _._ .
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Camilla A party of. eight who had motore4 '. . """-1'-'
Mrs. B. S, Butler, nee Miss -
' Telephone' Notice Morrison, is here on- a"visit to' her from Kissimme, Fla., reached )

; mother; Mrs.: Alma T. Morrison: Miss nah last night and registered savan-I -- ;.. '
,; Medora Russell who lisa been visit Hotel Savannah. They'.were I ,, ;,. ,;, ::,,/ ]
fii i > ing Mrs. Butler for some weeks, returned Thomas and ,.M fI. Thomas and son J, ,,, , ('; *ki,'" !:
H. HBT. .. 'UII.
W. Bush/C. _
8K li', The KissimmeeTelephone :company home with her.: ..; S. Buchanan! I ' \. 'ff..
Middle brook and C. T. '
rison C. T. > .
.' is advising its patrons that bills : '
G. W; Best.left Mon-
ldr.-.and"Mra. Parkef. Savannah Morning News.

must requirement.month,be which paid is by but In the a 'reasonable 10th payment of busi each is entowrt day for for Plant a two City weeks', Tampa outing and Brad-Mr. Parker Messrs., George Laurence Overstreet Griffin,, Wadley Walter I -: KATZ VAL UES

Best is the efficient assistant postmaster -
not made by the 10th, the.superintend- and is taking a well-earned Thomas and Nat Carson, motored over
ent will then give written notice that labors. to Daytona Beach Friday to attend
vacation from his arduous
unless payment is made prior -to the the Fourth of July celebration, re- _
16th of the month service will be dis I Two automobile loads of prominent turning home Sunday. '
continued. Bassenger people were in the city Prof. Arthur Williams
It would be -well for the patrons of I this week shopping and looking after has been a visitor in the city this
the company to take notice and be other business matters. Mr. and Mrs. week. Professor Williams representsthe
Frank Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Tal- awaiting Every "
governed accordingly. State College for Women at you. express
lie Walker ocucpied one car, while W.
lahassee and the University of Flor-
Respectfully, W. Chandler, Edjoe and Wilfred Underhill Gainesville and here in the BETTER Values t
[ ida at was brings us to offer
MRS. E. S. BEELAND, and J. H?: Walker Jr. came interest of the schools.J. our
Superintendent. in the other.
II. Simmons of Eau Gallic has faithful customers. ; i
been spending several days in Kis, I
simmee greeting his many old friends. '
aoooooooeoe aaa-3.+<:,a:-:-:r: #0 O acaoac Mr. Simmons is a former resident of Tuesday the'last day of our sale . ,
t Osceola county but moved to Eau ,
Gallic about nine years ag9. Mr. Simmons .
FREE !! FREE said he thought he had been : j -,. will beWHITE-
keeping up with the progress of Kis- .
- - -
simmee through reading The Valley

Gazette, but was unprepared for the i '
complete transformation which he

'. ONE WEEK ONLY found companied( his Mr.cousin Simmons, D. H.was [ GOODSThese
er of Longwood, with whom he .
a few days en route to.this city.
4.i,. I

., Bring your Dull Butcher, Paring or Pocket Knife to our store and f/ """

we will sharpen it FREE OF CHARGE. There are no strings to this 7fj

I ", offer. You don't hate to present any coupon or buy any t hire, or obligate $5,000.00IN

t; yourself in any 'Way. Just bring your Dull Knives to our nlorr .? '

f i ,' f during the next week and we will put a keen edge on them for you. X CASH AWARDS 'DAy ,. r

: ACQUAINTED OUR'V. makers of Ajax i' i ;
r S GET WITH offer 208 .. d

Prize,totalling $5000,

V. : for highest mileage ob- I '

REPAIR DEPARTMENT I tained from Ajax Tires.,
Enter the contest now. .

f Particulars on request. ; goods are the best in the land, ',

We maintain one ot the most complete repair departments: in this
F part of the state. We employ only expert mechanics, who know how to A X and will have special place in our 'display "
>1 do repairing and do it right. No matter what you leant repaired wet '
, can do it for you. I "
; :, We clean and overhaul all makes of GAS or OIL 'STOVES and I
guarantee them in working order. We solder leaky TU JS I ttr
11 1" BOILERS tOlut UTENSILS. We cut and fit"all kinds of Remember that KATZ VALUES are .
!' f.+erf i .
,, pipe, also do pipe threading.
5000 MILES for the asking.
ii" Perhaps you want an artistic FLOWER TRELLIS built in your yours

"I i J ,yard. We build them out of thin piping according to your plans at a Ajax Tires should be

!-'''f.', reasonable... cost, and they last fo ver.jj' c' r your choice since the
":,. No LOCK or KEY is 'too difficult' for our repair department to, fit. measure of their an-
' 'ticipated life-is 1500 '
v We also do ELECTRICAL repairing. ATZ'S
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,' D' . C, L.. HTATT1.Phyaldan. and Vow Stomach, California May Have Active. MAKES BACKACHE' HEARTS TORN'i' i -

. SurgeonPhonas _
.' ble Yen ?, '.

,Office, 197 .. Volc noforExpo.Visftos QUICKLYJSAPPEAR! -
Wonderful Stomach
I Rented -
.. 248 :
Taken in Cases ,- *;, BYrcuI:1RENT
1 Liver and Intestinal A Few Dose.. Relieves AH SuchMI -
Stomach .
: TJft. 1.. W., SIMPSON' In a report Just forwarded to Wash'Ington outburst of steam which, according to erl... Bladder Weakness, Kidney

) Ailments from the field.; Geologist J. S. 'Forest Supervisor W. J. Rushing, continued Trouble and Rheumatism '
.' Oilier connection betweenthe New York.-The hearts of the four .
DENTIST.. Map Often Dlcpellod suggests a about ten minutes. It formed Promptly Vanish.It
i ." Lassen peak eruption and the San. a crater In the; snow-covered summitof gunmen literally Were broken into

'Upstairs In.Kate Francisco 1915 exposition. Lassen about 25 by 40 feet; in extent! la no l longer necessary'for anyone lumps; when they were'executed at

t .. Mr. DUler was ordered to,, visit'the and covered the encircling snow for a to suffer>with backaching, kidney Sing Sing on April 13, it is asserted by'

: rricuouns:' f 1:30: tit : hAYRS. scene of volcanic eruption and hi. do-. distance of SOOjTeet with a mantle of trouble, have disagreeable bladder Dr. S. R. Klein formerly professor at )

o, .Telephone. No. 76 tailed statement, has been made pub dark 'wet duaL Harvey Abbey, a for and urinary disorders to contend the medical school at FVirdham nivenity -

,,.. : n) Wonderful lic by the United State. geological sur ...."n er, visited. the scene and reported with, or be tortured with rheumatism, who was one of the .witnessesof

R. W. W. CARSON vey. The geologist points out that old the facts. stiff joints, and its heart-wrenching the execution. Dr. Klein tells, In.
r. ]) Vulcan may preparing an American "On the following day at 8 a. m. pains for the new discovery, Croxone, the New York Medical Journal, of the' -'

DENTIS-1 \ Reuie4y Vesuvius for the Panama-Pacific ex another eruption occurred and on June quickly, and surely relieves all such strange effects of tM massive currents

position. The Pacific ocean girdled 8, a week laterthe third and much troubles. of electricity on the internal organ

Office over Cole' will change by volcanoes and live ones are com larger outbreak took place. It lasted Croxone is the most wonderful rem- of Dago Frank Cironcl, Whitey Lewis, .

Office Hours: 8-12. mon in the Central American countries thirty minutes and the rolling columnof edy yet devised for ridding the system Gyp the. Blood and Lefty Louie Rosen-

Office'phone 1MResidence" thatre to which Panama belongs. Mr. dense black smoke rose to the of uric acid and driving' out all the berg. ,
23 Diller reasons thus: "50 it is up to height of 2,500 feet. Stones were poisonous impuritiese which cause Two shocks were required to \kill ,.

e wng ace! Vulcan to prepare a nearby exhibit hurled from the crator and the forest such trouble. It is entirely different Dafcv-Prank. "After the first," says

Gas administered for for the occasion, and he evidently sees service outlook house a quarter of a from all other remedies. It is not like Dr Klein, "the right pupil still reacted

hi. duty and is rejuvenating the en- mile away on the tip-top of Lassen anything else ever used for the pur. but not the left. There wa,"m

T B. H. S. GEIGER ......", ..........h Ib-raMy can, ergy of Lassen peak as a kind of volcanic peak, was broken by some of them. ppse. It acts on the principle of clean- sound heard over the right ventricleof
JPHTSICIAW AND a wonderful remedy and the moving picture. Blocks and smaller fragments accumu- ing out the poisons and removing the the heart. The catnd was still-
it of
civei the
Bank in many most
Citizens I' of Stomach Trouble has apread "Mount Rainier and Mount Shasta, lated about the crater to a depth o( cause. let me say-working. The second
Kistimmee, | one. end of the country to the the beautiful cones so much in evidence several feet. The dust and sulphurous It soaks right in through the walls, shock finished him.
where you lire-you will! to the traveler on the Pacific carried southward membranes and linings, like water in "Whitey Lewis, the next in the
64 the
Phones Office 297 or hare suffered with $..........b. gases by
\ I." AllmrnK' etc. and have coast: north of San Francisco, are now wind were observed at Mineral, the a sponge, neutralizes, dissolves, and chair, was talking up to thelast sec \ ,

Residence. 265. j } to :health and are loud" in their finding an up-to-date rival in Lassen forest station, and the dust was noted makes the kidneys' sift out and filter ond. He was brought in by the rabbi; ,f, ,'

b.remedy.... of the There wonderful If. not re a.ultt day peak which is plainly in view from five miles beyond! Forest rangers who away all the uric acid and poisons praying and gesticulating in a livemanner. ,' .

; 'V M. RIVERS M. D. thia remedy and the benefit the railroad for many miles in the Sacramento were in the neighborhood of the sum from the blood, and leaves the kidneysand His voice was strong-u

_I ,. a. it aria on the source valley, between Redding and mit dUrnl ..Iha .eruption heard the urinary organs clean, strong der the circumstances; very strong. .

PHYSICIAN and $ catarrh nf theae and bile atlmenta...."..ti"n.removing. talc Red Bluff. Lassen peak is the southern rushing .steam and the falling rocks healthy and well.- ery word' could be heard. He was not

Offloe! Osceola Inflamation from the intestinal end of the Cascade range, and it but report no rumbling or subterranean It matters not how long you have excited nor trembling, and met his

over in rendering the same. ami stands between the Sierra Nevada on noises, earth shocks, electrical phenomena suffered, how old you are, or what you death with bravado, in what we I I Residence \ are urged" to try one do.- the southeast the have used the principle of Crox '
_. FaoNEaw : } reliereyoftr. suffering and and Klamath moun- or great heat beyond that of very German 'galgea humor. He died
I Office J+> that Mayr"t Wonderful' fttvmwh' ta.ina on the -northwest. Its lavas steam. The dust wag practically cold: : one is such that it u practically impossible more quickly than the first victim, but

: restore you to good hrallh. erupted in past ages reach the Sacra- when it fell. Considerable volumes of to take it into the human system his face was extremelyeyanotic-

today and-the results sill he a nento valley on the one side and on water were ejected probably wholly without results. There is nothingelse (blue)' and after rigoi mortis set in.

.1.. WINNPHYSICIAN I ..n..r"you and yon once will. again rejoice know" over(hit the other form a part of the cast vol. in the for mof steam. The water condensing ; on earth like it. It starts to work nearly black; probably the shock acteJ -

1 Send for booklet nn Stnmacjl: canic field, one of the greatest in the : from this team washed a filly I the minute you take it snd relievesyou in this case more on the center of the
: eo. If. Mayr Mfg. rht- 'imt., I 156 world that stretches far the first time you use it.
Chicago l or better alill, obtain a across in the snow to the adjacent lakelet tenth nerve than in the other case
:' Office 2nd Floor Willson ; ;:: druiflat.; Oregon Washington and Idaho I which occupies what prior to this Intent If you suffer with pains in your "Gyp the Blood was a poor figure,

; ' RaaiDBNc PHONE :it' I to the Yellowstone National Park eruption had long been regardedas back And sides, or have any signs of consumptive, extremely anaemic, in '

t_ 1 OrricB ProHB V In Kimtlmmee By "Of all portions of the Cascade the youngest crater of the Lessen I' kidney, bladder troubles or rheuma- noor health. lie died very quickly: I

I Z. ROBERSON range, Lassen peak still retains the volcano. The new crater is not quite tismtvBuch as puffy swellings under think in a few seconds. Only one shock)

I"p.. A. .All' AOH.W w ' Everywhere.II largest remnant of its once vigorous over the throat of the old but is a'few! the eyes or in the feet and ankles, if of 1,800' voles was applied.

AGNEW : --_. - -- volcanic energy. MQrgan and Suppan hundred feet to the northwestward / you are nervous, tired and run down, "The last of the four men was Ros

VANS _& : ( ( '.VI"l<)\. tot springs and Bumpass Hell on the "In all there have been eleven eruptions or bothered with urinary disorders enberg. He was the healthiest of all, -
south as well as Hot Spring valley and up to the date of this report Croxone will quickly relieve you of the strongest, the most intelligent; he

ATICRNE\! .ur'. Me...... Judicial I the boiling mud-lake Tartarus on the June 21. The most violent was at 9 t your misery. You can secure an original went to the death chair like an East -
k and for .....-.01. 4 ounlr. southeast have long attracted the at- package of Croxone at trifling :
I 14 when several i
S4f" Cltlteoi Itonli I a. m., July oeorer.turesome -- Side hero The state electrician had \
Offices: . uf \\. S ThumiiH 1'..<.cased tent ion not only of Californians! !! but persons were injured I by I cost from any first class druggist. to turn his terrific machine on Tour f
r Kisslmmee Hhow CHUS.- to some extent of the tourists to'&ftom\ I falling or rolling stones. The eruption All druggists are authorized to per- times before the physician pronounced
... (*.u..1 1 I II Thomas} the if ;
return it
the region is growing rnore accessible was visible from the Sacramento sonally purchase price him dead." ..
ThoniHH' Imnlil. ) l I' Thom-
:H D. GEIGEK. I J Thomas Mnr\ ,\ Thorn very year If to these already established valley nearly forty miles away and fails in a single case. The internal organs of Dago Frank,
II hoiniiH .lohti II Thorn attractions be added - -----
a frequent created profound interest. The last who was a drug fiend suffered. worse

; p1 ATTORNEY' I II \I....'\ Plijrldii Monroi Thomaa and all all othi-i of,. occurrence of the recent volcanic plays eruption to date was Friday, June 19, RULES REGARDING destruction than those of the other

I I t..I i-s t ed .HH h i-I lr... di-vlHcin. I . I of Lassen'peak the region will take nnSf relatively small energy. MrKushing I gunmen.

1, Office State Bank Building I ., ... III. tin.Bint.. of \\ S high rank among nature's wonder reports that eruptions nre "No changes of color adds Dr.
kr HH >d. KrortlriK lands. generally! if not always .preceded :bya MIGATORY BIRDS
? ,arh of \ ..u. HI*1'* '> Klein "could be detected on any of
,. , and ntrlotl\ ,...jolll..t. that. "But what is the nature of this new complete cessation of escaping the bodies....except on the face of
.. l>u.lrn.KM aside .and not activity of Lessen ? Is it really volcanic steam" Lewis
F. . Amendments to the regulations for Whitey on account of his
PARKER an exi-UHI*. ou "-arhp, '
> \
GEO. ? Will be-
it dwindle and
soon !Mr. Diller has been familiar with
appear hnfor the Judge the protection of migratory birds have speaking until the last fraction of a
: Attorney-at-Law. court on the 7th day of come wholly quiescent, or, on the other Lassen peak for over thirty years and been proposed by the United States second; his lips, as I saw'myself, were

, :4. A... l>. 1914 at the court hand is it the precursor of a more his present observations are thoes of Department of Agriculture to take effect moving during the full action of the
Collection. and county of Osceola and profound eruption like that of Kraka- who had made
and answer. to a cer a geologist a special as soon as the three months'' notice first shock.
Specialties.112Vt made and filed by Joseph loa ? The excelelnt photographs that study of this volcano on several orc- required by law ha "expired. This "The heart of an executed body is ;
admlnlstator ex-offlcto! of have been taken of the outburst especially vious visits. His statement continues: In the broken looks like i
Broadway. i will be QctoberM, 1914. a lump; there is no .
4 W 1'1. Thomas deceased those by G. F. Milford and the "With successive eruptions the new atrium and the ventricles
has applied Tor an order meantime copies of the regulationscan easily can
.... series by B. 1". Loomis of Viola, taken crater is enlarging. June 20, when
of and sell certain be obtained from the biological be separated. The great arteries are
(JL F. .. to the said estate from a point six miles northwest of Mr. B F. Loomis and I visited it, it in the department. all in a broken shape; there is no rial
of debts said land be Lessen peak, l leave little doubt in the was 400 feet long and 100 feet wide The effect of of these changes rupture, but in .
J i" ATTORNEY AT LAW KI : and described as fallows one many places perfora. p
mind of any one familiar with volcanic with a depth of not over 100 feet. It i I" to permit on the Missouri and the tions. The temperature rises as high .
of Titles . -quarter of the north phenomena that the outburst is essentially appears to follow a fissure running 132
Examination a upper waters of the Mississippi, the as degrees, and in Lefty Louie'scase
of section
seventeen town II
; 'Notification and payment ... south range thirty- volcanic. These photographsare a little north of east and south of shooting of all migratory game birth is reached 140 degrees.

non-r .ldenta !given the Tallahassee meridian. strikingly similar to those taken west. The escaping steam from the for which there is an open season from "Having noted the nathological .
.., and receive what our by Johnston-Lavis showing the prog- the southwest end of the fissure is vis-
t; attention. October 1, 1914, to January 1, 1915. changes after execution by the rjfcpe
have considered In that ,
_ _ _ _ _ this YOU are not to omit ress, o'f an eruption in the Lipari islands ibel in the excellent photograph. obtained After the latter date the prohibition and gillotine in Austria, Germany and

; ? Pat Josnston G. ). certain as provided. by whose volcanic character is weiPknown. : by Mr. Loomis. writ be in force again. France, I am sure that the electric
: "The other hot holes about Lassen I I
Other amendments deal principallywith chair alterations
produces than
r 'JOHNSTON &: 'u's the,, of Honorable the Seventh James Judicial W. "The eruptions of Lassen peak be- peak, as far as I can learn, have not the closed season for water fowl I any other kind of legal killing."

. tJ AU.r...,. at Florida this STth day of gan May 30 .at 5:30 p. m., with an increased. their activity unless it is in various localities. I .

', i Offices 10 11 A 12 1914. Bumpass Hell"which is always fuming The new regulations provide for a
( J. U OVERSTREET. Brooksville.-It is believed that the
but like has PLANT
eruption I SORGHUM
nothing an
in Zone No. 1 for all
Citizens Bank Bldf., Clerk of the Circuit Court. rainy season has commenced in Florida been closed season
reported. water fowl from December 16 to September -, ,
there have been showera.
as many -
Jt1aalmm, Florida. .' IIITRATIO (. 1 next; following. Exceptionsto
.The'Cltrus fruit groves and vegetable AS GRAIN CROP
.... ('.... ."- Judge, State of. crops have been in need of rain MUCK LAND FOR this rule are a.follows:. .
-.0.. MAMCTUrt )..v.l. < ....". for a number of weeks. In Massachusetts and Rhode Island
Counsel R. a. Comm. .:L* Co,.. By the Judge alnesville.-Watermelons ate mov. CITRUSfRUIT-TRIES the closed season shall be. between Sorghum maybe planted at once

' & WARLOWT W.tE. Cole' has; applied to ing freely between Rochelle and Pa- January 1 and October 1. ; and used as a grain crop to supplement -
: :, MASSEY letter of administration latka, but the movement will be I In Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania com" This i* important to a -
.. of Knos H Cole deceased Idaho, Oregon arid Washington, number of midule'
ATTORNEYS AND : county of Osceol* practically over next week. Ritta; Fla. This Is a new town'slt-1 and west Florida
AT LAW therefore to clt ..'d Hd- Milton.-Vegetable and fruit cropsin ) uated on the shore of Lake Okeecho-I, the closed season shall be between counties where the corn crop is likely '

Praetles all tha Court at tho and singular Ih. .'lind.1' this vicinity hav been much improved bee. Citrus'trees are flourishing on j January 16 and October 1. to be short. The advisability of planting -

: UM United 81&_ alao ...' iH before of HHid thin I !I.h' by needed rains which fell the muck lands in this vicinity. It In New Jersey the closed season sorghum under such conditionswill

rood OMnmlssloa: and tha 4nt...& '; day )r' August A:n."i: 1914 I last week. has been the opinion of citrus. fruit shall bebetween February 1 and Novemb'er not questioned, since its feeding -

'. r Commission. ..rtlonM. If an>' theha\' I McKeekin There will he about growers that citrus trees would not 1. value Is similar\ to corn, analyzing
11-14 CuaUMTOK BUDO. of letters of adinlnlH-
I "{ estate otherwli*.. I In I 1,000 crates of peaches shipped from do well on this kind of soil. This the- In Minnesota, North Dakota, South seven per cent. protein and

I granted to said H K ('ol. this point. The season will close next ory has been exploded by J. T. Taylor, Dakota and Wisconsin the closed sea three per cent. fat, while corn analyzes -
/V NDREV\ JOHNSON other nt pnrson or perHoni. weekCLASSIFIED. I who has moved to this place from son shall be between December 1 and about 7.8 per cent. protein and

..\ ,namian....... this county the 3d Judue'of daof Fort Mvers.' where he has been in the September 7. the closed is 14 per cent. fat. The sooner it can -
t ATTORNEY AND I 1VI4 nursery business for eighteen years. For Zone No. 2 season planted the better, as the earlier
T :M Ml'RJ-IM I Mr. Taylor says: between January 16 and October 1, planted crops give the best yields, although -
Will\ Practice in aU > "..un" Juilvi
with the following exceptions: I
State and Federal 29-41 "Cultivation is the one thing that August 10 is not too late to Insure -
In Delaware, Maryland, District of
IP needed to put the soil in proper a fairly good crop. '
Office adjoining ADVERTISING Columbia, Virginia, North Carolina,
: FI.H IM HI.H"\1ION.I shape for citrus fruits, At my placeat Varieties
Citizen. Bank . and Louisiana
Alabama, Mississippi A
number of
v i '.' Ritta, I am growing{ crops among varieties have been
I e.r. Ktate of Plorlda.r- 1 the closed season shall be between i used but
the trees which I have set out. the Florida experiment station
I. ., Irrult. O. ..l. 4 young
re niiaty. and November 1.
-4- '4' _. ,.. Five Cents Per Line "I have already harvested a crop of February 1 I plant and recommend theGoose
South Car.
t (*oinil.ilnant.| \ i I.IIUDI Irish potatoes and corn from the same In Florida. Georgia and neck and Summac because they have
>t>f..ndxilt . tach Insertion:. olina the closed season shall be between successful
of land since January, and cowpeas given yields through a
piece pe
: l II
affidavit aiipenrlerl
Ttfl H. JENKINS Ii\ted >In the ahoi.i-HtatVd.. are now planted, which, when i February 1 and September 15. riod of five years, and while other sorghums -
........ WANTED Orders for field In Texas, Arizona and California
1\1".11| thu defendant cypress harvested will make three crops in \ may be equally as good-the!\ .
Stnt'vE.YOR ,' "I.I"'nl..f the ntate of boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lum- six months from the same ground. the closed'season shall be between have been round to be the most sat-
actual !
that her
. unknown" and that postofflce. she Is ber Furniture Co. 29-tf "This growth is all in among my February 1 and October 15. isfactory and are to be recommended.

i #_ of twent\-one years. It I. I had the Planting. feSorghtum ,
Fraternity Hall trees. a large nursery on '
.. d that said ".resident- WANTED-To borrow $200 for one FLORIDA MAN INVENTS
and Mi, ,IH. Caloosahatchee river, and took some I should not be planted
::T1. the hill of comnlalnt, filed year at 10 per cent. Can give good of the trees from it to set out at Rit AN AERIAL TORPEDO broadcast at this season but in rows

.. on or Imfore Monda)'. the security to go on note with me. ta, and they are doing fine. They are I four feet apart and thinned to six -
I .... .\' II. 1914 otherwise. Address "M," care of Gazette. 24-4t Jones.) inches the
I .. of, said bill will he tak<'n growing far better than my expectations (By WinfteJd( I in row. It is also important -
) In said defendantI a I and are clean and nice in spiteof Washington D: C.-Mr. Herman F. that cultivation should be regular as > -
DR. M. J. HICKS i I ,, ordered that this order FOR RENT. the fact that we have needed rain Davis of St:: Augustine is here conferring with corn. Unless this is done, with .
: one a week for four con- FOR RENT-Two Acres, best truck of- the
Physicianand with department
badly. high -war on-coming rains in
summer the
In The Klsslmmeo Valj land and four-ro'om house inside k"

.- ? Surgeon j a newspaper publish In limits. "I have ten acres in nursery stockat ficials regarding an aerial torpedo he grass wil linjure its growth from the )
I and State city Ritta and probably, will have 300- has invented, which has great merit. start, with the same precautions as
: ? Office 3.1. 1914 E. E. Wells real estate and insurance 000 1 trees when I have the place de The war department officials are eagerly with corn. If the soil is already fertilized

-' ,,- State Blink Bid. (Office I J l 1.'lerk-Orcult: OVKRSTIIEET CuuiJ- 203 Broadway., I veloped. investigating Mr. Davis' Inven- further applications are not '

) JVMKH: : M JOHNSTON "Avocadoes cannot be surpassed in tio n. necessarybut with ordinary soil ta '
I Deputy Clerk FOR RENT-Two acres, best truck Mr. Frank Clark
the Everglades, continued Taylor Representative application of 500 pounds of
corn fertflizer
\ \ ,
land and in- ,
four-room house
Bargains! Bargains! good ,
remarkably have interested them is
for Complainant. 29-41 !I "as all trees are doing Senator Fletcher; recommended. -
Dollar Day, July 11. side city limits; also threeroommodern well." .. selves in the inventor's plans and are I If this crop is well handled it will

mm..... ...1.... July It. 1914. cottage at $7 per month. I Many growers in this section have backing his efforts to induce the war yield from fifteen to thirty bushels of .
list for the two weeks E. E. Wells real estate and Insurance I '
--- ; and have marketed to invention. seed
+ I to. 1914. 203 'I thriving groves a department purchas4Lhis per acre, and"since its feeding ,

..... Mrs !MartAlhrlt- Broadway. good vegetable, crop. thia season. Experts' who have s.een"Smodel of value is almost equal to corn: it is
J. W. I Sarah Ander : confident it will I
Akin Mra the aerial torpedo are
FOR RENT-One 'room as wood as a of
: .. good store crop corn: -
.. : Or H C. Brunnen I l.onI -
i $ I Mrs 'Martha Bower J. A. and warehouse, cheap. Apply to LAKE I: WORTH WANTS revolutionize aerial warfare and prove and] can be used for horses, mul jLr ,.
:: H. Cooper John Oanlela. a S. Floyd. tf one of the most instructive weapons cows, hogs and poultry and sine'we *
Davis. Mrs Winnie Ev- ; for battles in the clouds of the future. are confronted, with a short corn crop M
I Peeallse. Leathers Ezum. DWELLINGS for STORE: If the war departtment is dilatory nl
Miss Catherine Johnson. rent opply to. M. GENERAL I many counties, it would be well to
FUNERAL () A. Johnson. M.V.. O Tiller., in taking Mr. Davis' invention he intends plant sorghum. '
I .: .. l.anor. Tom Mavis. AI.I offering it to various European) STAFFORD BURGIS -
.' and I Blanch Nance.. King Pad- FOR RENT OR SALE" Two-stery Lake Worth needs and wants a good governments. It 1 is known that all the ,

... LICENSED ; I ..k Wairner.cj) Mrs N.Lura D. Wilson Tlson. store building on Brack St. North general store, where the people of European war departments are anx- A Lglrit.'MILK '

: '". Williams:: Miss Annie Wil I Ktsslmnieo'-}I. C. Stanford! 2 '
... i RallleVllllama.. Mlsa Anna clothing, shoes, stockings hats, etc., workable aerial torpedo. Mr. D vls', Milk from '
Normandy in
riJVAi. i
E. Tales. Mra. Roda Ann or EXECUTOR FOR powdered
DISCHARGE. at a reasonable price.It invention has been natented in the term to be shipped to New '
I I 'ork
1 B. n. SIMPSON. does not want a store where the ? ,
\ Store and Chapel. 'United States and all large foreign and if to that city It will '
Postmaster. I. C...rt .f tk* CMBtr J.*... .!.<. ofxrirt proprietor will deal out white goods countries and is backed by ample capi- roon reach other undoubtedly ,
y. &.. I a.In with one hand and gasolene with the parts of the country : "
ro Estate of Charles Edward Frank the same as Chinese
alt.The eggs, a new Import -
__ _' I i lie, Oaocola County. other, but it wants a real store, and torpedo, briefly described, is a (( whIch are alr
,--- adr being sold
T : Notice la hereby gIven to all whomIt in return for one will give a patronage device carrying an enormous charge astern cities! : In. *.
mar- concern that on the Id day oC as well as here on Ule
running from $100 to $250 weekat
: a
<'. When In Need of a .-..... .sp.eIsfl November, A. IX Itl4.we shall apply to of high explosives, supported by a gasbag Pacific matu The powdered milks
the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judr. of the,praaontrtirne. ,. similar to a balloon, which can be Described as '
t. VETERINARY of CHILLS rCVCR mid court aa Judge o' at.. for a 1 This town never has had a real store having nothing removed
launched from the into
...,will bre U eaeoCaod ground the air except the water and is
final also
." -Call For- ( aoy ( discharge M executor of the, as- of this ,kind ,and will appreciate sterilised
.. .. Tmt JPJJ1. tat of Charles Edward Franklin. d.- at an enemy. during the proceM Put the water T
-y ::: -A; JV IcoIo30 to the utmost., At present. If you wish-: /
e asd rand that at tile same tlm Tw4> back '
; 'Loaabmaa: Road on tlw liver better. th*. will prnr* final aecoants a* Ix'.cutOrU to .purchase even. a. handkerchief !, a Valrlcov-H. F. Eikmelr has had a and cream will rise on it,"anil; it '

r PIionj.1214' ; : does. .not rtpe- or sicaca. 2Se... of'said-estate. and, ask. for their palrof sospender*, or any'other little splendid crop of peaches and has ml.llth.ean w'k-'t without ice ,for'leveral -
approvaL o The
new tariff
V '' '' ---l\ -a admit milk
f it i. : "Date4 M.r: 1st. A. D.' 1M4. ,, thing, you have to go to another city; been shipping for the past month but. f7ee.LosAngiles .,
-- nce" oXr tomatoss. in H at.BRBAKEn. J-; at considerable cost. is Times ..
+ a -which, no will wind'op his crop ;thi. weejc. r _
.:' : : 'Winter" Parlc.J- Contract it* are advarciag* and .y 'M., FRANKL1N19EorT.i1t1c1n. good thing. The tune has come when IterlaClIelt.T21erabayo1Gsn4ai1yshowers. '
I' 4j f* ldi ... .'..... ,; .. , ,""___ -Tiusv1fl-Ji1 laU '*ins ha '
; it for a .ne riTolfTiob'.. ;... ; : *. --shipments : : '::.' - :. __ bWortbocnnrtnru it 17 needs A 'In this1action' which have beeu of "
: -i I.OOIX ' -- sostl4Mt. 4.; ", .. ... ndtrts after one.,1 : much benefit tothe etlJul; 1'' .
4---TAtternStr- food/stort
: ... I :: --t ;: :: .going helped ttvegtajsnd fruit'cropa fruit'ree.. ,) '
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\ V i..THE i. .J '


FRIDAY ,' .JULY 10,' 1914 : _


$42,000,000.00- FLORIDA EXHIBIT' NEW' $i'00,000 ColomU.Forward. 'KEEP GROVES FREE NEW RAILWAYS, : fi :

: "
state commission of the '
Panama-Pacific International exposlr STATEr Florida maybe well teased. In mangy ,
tion is'ready for real work, and,real ., OF FLORIDA. ,, ; arda", the,luckiest state In the, Un -' .

DF FSTATE' money of Is meet its forces the first accord expenses Ocala, Fla.--At :meeting:of, the : Arcadia,-District'No. '5,of DeSoto st.Ion Ides.: No in .the state Ut ha decade mad'more, in the buildincup'of rapid- ,. '
organizing ,
ing to the Jacksonville Times-Union. stockholder of the Ocala.Iron Works ,county (including JColfo) voted $350.000 ,- :: commerce and industries STATE
Offices have been established in the it was resolved to rebuild the plant bonds to construct, roads; and than has Florida.] But all this development
J Heard National bank building and a destroyed by fire two months ago in bridges. II. E. Andrews, highway engineer has been made. under, an *

publicity man and the secretary thia city. antiquated; government and si code of
Four Greater Than Several other towns notably Pala-- j laws that has.furnished '
Times of the commission H.LSchra- Jittle; protec '
der, has been secured in,,the" person of ka, Dunnellon and Lakeland, have bid St. PetenburqWest Coast Telephone tion to many of the Industries n Seaboard Works on New
high'for the new plant. but the stockholders Howard Fraree hate '
manager ,
Ernest Metcalf known Jack- company ; comes to. be worth million *f
a well' decided Ocala wasv the beat will install switchboard dollars in. '
Imports During Year sonville man. ; capacity annual revenue .
newspaper ]location. ] to handle 6,000 telephones. Has let The citrus industry In Florida u hat 25 Mile Extension
Secretary Schrader'a Talks The new. plant for '
an uptodate contracj.Tampa.. developed at an amaiing .
li. C; Schrader, the secretary of the plant at sir cost of at least pace, until fr s
now problem that
any affect
FIGURES SHOW THAT STATE Florida state commission askedto t.hla in-
was $100,000.ADVERTISING'. I Peninsular ]
Telephone company dustry"atrlkea
let the heart cf the BARTOW HEARS THAT NEW LINE
PRODUCES MUCH MORE THAN say just what he thought of the W.G.. Brorein, president and prosperity of the I'X
master, and he said: commonwealth. But WILL, GQ TO EAST COAST.
IT RECEIVES AND UTILIZES I general manager plans to construct Florida's laws for the protection 'of
"With General J. Clifford Foster at NEEDED general office and exchange the PHOSPHATE LINE;, TO'FORT
FROM FOREIGN FIELD. ,the helm and the other able commissioners I Install building which is exposed to so
new exchange many terrors -of. disease MEADS "
\1. and slight
to assist him Florida is t
sure make additions cable
to plant also little
Jacksonville-By: figures obtained of a most creditable exhibit at the TO BOOST FLORIDA j plans to install about 300 miles;additional i- are more than a joke, and 'a serious '
Jwi! : jake at that That such activity .
*pm the officer of Judge J. F. C. Panama-Pacific International exposition toll lines great Bartow, Fla.-;-There is great.
copper connecting various -
Griggs, collector of customs, the Value For the benefit of those who exchanges with Tampa. of progress.and such great development on the part'of4he-St.aboard: ..railroad -, ?;. ,
of merchandise exported from all Flor have said, they were in for a credit- In comparing the -advantages of citrus growing In Florida has been at this city and the well informed "
yida during the June able exhibit accomplished in the face of this\ con believe it means this city'will be-'
ports year ending but that they wanted no California, Oregon and Washington I Orando.-Presbyterlan] church, Rev. is p
30, last, was, approximately, $4 ,172- more exhibits such as Florida had in with those of the south, Mr*. David H.. John W. Stagg, pastor, is reported to dition less.lucky. Nothing more, and come the most impgrtant point on a
079. The value of- merchandiporte im- hlca&' Louis-.theymay.-be KJrldand-saya.-in-the--Oeala (Florida},-n&OOO"to-$12OOO-to remodel nothing Whether this toying; with trunk line between Tampa and the .I
du ng'the. same period'was aaauredthatthe.-outjook is that-our Banner i tbUllding.! {extend twenty\ teffl in fOTttme-Bhairbr-cTjntfnued out wllh, east coast In the not-distant future. "... ''
9950642. Florida people when they go to the big "We can grow a greater variety of]rear, remodel spire,'erect choir loft; chance.dJ8a8jtifiua.j&uUsJaagaioUerIa.. Contn ctorshaveibeenjjworkingpn sir a
By comparing the exports with the fair will not only be proud of the crops every month, and we are in di- :I'stained glass memorial windows. the extension of 'tj e. ooard'easror' "
imports, it will be seen that Florida building and display of their state but rect communication with the best distributing -j I .. to Check Citrus Disease Bartow since April their contractgiving

produced for export purposes more will be completely and very agreeably markets of the world. Yet,. j! Perry.-City will construct waterworks The inspectors who are now at work them ten monthsto completethe
than four times what the state utilizesin surprised. farm lands in Georgia are selling at I and sewer system. in the south part of the county eradicating twenty-flve-mile extension of the
imported products.The "Thin is not a 'convention' exhibit. from $40 to $100 an acre, and in Florida the infections of the dread dli- road to point beyond..Lake Wales.
value of all exports for the past The following are Some of the proposed from $75 to $150 an acre, while in j, Largo.-City will construct water- ease'of citrus fruit knows aa Texas Won't Stop In AVoeds. .
year exceeded the value of the exports exhibits: Moving pictures, citrus the Pacific coast states, where only works and sewer systems and pave scab are being seriously hampered in People here cannot see why the
for the preceding year by nearly one fruits, pineapples, vegetables, cigars one crop a year can be grown, where about one mile of streets; will vote on their efforts by the lack: of proper road should build out into the woods ;
million dollars. The imports were in phosp ate rock, sponges, lumber, the soil is less-fertile than ours and $40,000 bonds; expend total of $55,000. support from the state government in for twenty-five mile and then stop,
excess of the previous year's record by fruit and vegetable crates, hampers the farms much less favorably situated . the way of laws which will enable and they do not believe it will., In- ?
$1,801,405. etc; canned fish, canned fruits and In respect to markets, land! sells for Apopka.-City Hall-City votes them to clean the affected section deed it Is common report hen that 5+
The collections from all sources at vegetables, tobacco,. nursery stock: $1,000 an acre." July 18 on $13,000 bonds, to include thoroughly. They have no authority the road-has-been quietly 'get ting- -
all ports amounted to $2,376,466.39, or long staple cotton, corn, pecans, navalstores This remarkable difference is due $4,000 to erect city hid!. to enter an affected grove and cleanse right of way for an extension of the
almost twice as much as the total col- etc. largely, Mr. Kirkland thinks, to the it unless the owner of that grove system to the east coast, passing,
lections made by the collector of internal Where Funds Are Coming From. fact that the opportunities of the west Quincy.-Fire Station-City: will chooses to. give his consent Some south of Lake Klssimmee and prob-
revenue. "Now as to where will the funds have been widely and continually ad call for bids to erect fire'station; two ignorant and headstrong growers have ably striking the east coast near St..
come from ? The commission has the I vertised. The natural resources of stories; brick; 44x54 feet; cost about refused to give the Inspectors this permission Lucie, said to be one of the best placesfor
assurance on expects to secure contributions that section cannot compare with the $4,000. and under the. existing laws a deep water port between.Jacksonville -
THIRTY-FIVE ACRES from a great many peoplein south's either in richness or variety. .* they are helpless.Fortunately and the-aouth end of the pen-
,the following lines of business; But they have been exploited so thor- Live Oak.-The Florida Bankers' the' growers of the insula. '
Railroad and steamship lines, fertiliser :;- oughly and so intelligently that they Syndicate of Pensacola, A. L. Glass, Redlands section are largely Intelligent The road strikes a rich country im
SELL FOR $10,500 companies, nursery men phosphaterock have become a Mecca for thousandsof president, is reported behind a plan to men who have lent their utmost mediately east of Bartow and one. \
mining companies, real estate homeseekers and investors. build the long-proposed White Springs ''I'' co-operation to the government men, that will heir to give this county the
--- dealers, fruit growers, naval stores I There are cheering indications how & Sgwanee River railroad from Live and as a result more rapid progress reputation being the biggest citrus r
The true value of land in St Johns industries, vegetable growers, crate ever, that the south is fast realizing Oak to White Springs, twenty miles, in the work of eradicating the disease fruit county in the state. More than
county section is shown by the recent manufacturing companies, lumber I its own needs and opportunities in this and W E. Quarterman is also said to has been made than they had dared to 2,000 acres of grapefruit have been
sale of a thirty-five-acre farm, which companies hotels, banks !and popular regard. In Georgia and neighboringstates be interested. hope. But if a few, only a few farm' set dot in the Lake Garfield district *
subscription. This still leaves well movements for # ers, ignorant few miles east of the the '
sold for the consideration of $10,500; counties I organized or careless of what their city during
that is, $300 an acre. ,, cities and boards of trade bodies I creative publicity are under way. The Pensacola.--Roy C. Megargel of acts will mean to the community, to last year. '
The land is situated near Hastings, chamber of commerfb\ is doing excel New York, president of the Gulf, Flor- I the county and to the state obstl- Clear to the present end'of the ex*
and was owned by M. A. Minton. Aupst lent work of this kind, and at the same ida & Alabama Railway company, is > nately refuse to take the measures tension the road strikes 'rich territory ,,
Craft of South Dakota, who cameo FLORIDA GRAPES'FIRST time is upbuilding the state within.Of quoted as saying that contract will ,'necessary in fighting the pest, or to the highlands above ..Crooked .
$ St. Johns county only a few weeks ,I particular ?importance is the soon be let for Alabama river bridge i I permit the inspectors to take such Lake and Frostproof being considered
ago with his family, was the purchas- larger service Which the railroads of on extensioh now in process of construction measures, the disease may be harbor- the best citrus fruit land !in the state. l
ON MARKET! the south are rendering in the way of from Broughton to Pine Hill,'led indefinitely' an ever-present hoe There is also.a-great deal of timber .
er.The now planted on this farm publicity enterprises. The railroadsof Ala., fifty miles. G. A. Berry, Pensa ard to one of the most important, 1 if to be moved '10"that the road, even '
and an crop equipment of farm teols were the west have spent millions in advertising cola, Fla., is vice-president, general I not the most important, industries. should it stop with this twenttlyemilea 0 j
included in the sale. Miami.-Beating the market by a I : that region, and to this fact manager and chief engineer. which the state possesses. extension, will find plenty of excuse
''*'The land in the-Bunnell colony is couple of months, grapes grown on the its prosperity is largely ascribed. With Every senator and representativewho for being +;
;Just! as valuable as the land that Everglades are already on sale at the similar methods, southern roads can Tarpon Springs.-A movement is in'I is returned to the next session of Bartow does not believe that it will
Drought $300 an acre. All it needs to Brady grocery store in Miami. The accomplish greater results! because progress to build an electric railway.J. the state legislature from the citrus stop here though, and feels confident "
bring such a price is development. fruit -comes from the A. V. Callahan they have far richer material. with I R: Durranee may give information belt -ot this state should go with instructions that ,it is going to the bast coast aa
farm at Ritta, on the shore of Lake which to work. from the people to lose no soon as the,road is ready. That this
-- -' Okeechobee, and is as firm and sweetas Bartow.-Special school district: No. time in drafting ]laws that will enable e is probable, seems more than likely';
I grapes from the north. The 13 voted $15,000 bonds fpr school. the state authorities! take any need Seaboard Into Fort Meade. .4
bunches are unusually large, fifty or LARGESTGRAPEFRUITORCHARDINTHEWORLD / ful measures to protect the citrus fruit' Another extension FLORIDA AND WESTERN more grapes being on a bunch. The Citra.-Board of public instruction Industry. The .inspectors should be the south pub that road in direct
grapevines'were planted one and one- Ocala Fla. has plans for school; brick. ; endowed with power and with fundsto touch with Fort'Meade and will give1'
half 'yearsago..- tile roof; heaters;.cost $11,000., 'I enter any' grove that ia affected it access to the rich: phosphate'mines
New York grapes reach the market with a dangerous disease, whether the that are to be found near,,Fort Meade. ,;
about September 1, while some other Clearwater. vetty, works, e tc- owner.wills ,or no, and take,;.whatever The road practically' parallels, the : s-.
grapes lot Inferior quality are market Manavista,.Fla.-Fifteen-years ago J..J. ,Mendenhall and John 8. Wyatt steps are necessary to thoroughly Coast Line from Bartow to Fort
Meats able a few days earlier. The Callahan Kihmall C.' Atwood started a grape contemplate rebuilding novelty work cleanse it from pollution. Meade''and' right of way for an' en-
i grapes grown in-the Everglades. are fruit'grove now the largest: crate mill 'and planing mill. reportedburned :.Attention( has been called to theneed trance to that city hoe been grantedby
the first on the market) in the world. This grove is located in at loss .of .$60,000.. for laws prohibiting the importation the council.Among: the big.phosphate
the. heart of the land of Manatee
near of fruit budwood or trees from mines that in position J-
Bradentown, on the Manatee river Pensacola.-Sash, Doors, etc.-I other states, excepting under the most to get competitive service by this
ALL KINDS AT ALL TIMESWe FIRST 25 BARRELS OF The grapefruit crop marketed fron. Builders Manufacturing company, G.I rigid inspection. The people of this move are the Pembroke the
this grove in 1912-13 was 80,000 boxeaand W. Owen, president and manager, if 'state have often severely criticised Charleston mine and the mini. 'of
carry the Finest Cuts the output this year will be about'I constructing, under his own supervision the rigid rules with which California the Frencb companies. ,
FLORIDA LIMES SHIPPED the same. To better realize the size i J
and Nicest Meats in the City. a two-story 45x70-foot $1,000 guards against the importation of affected '
of this grove imagine yourself on a building with frame composition roof' fruit or trees, but the time Daytona.- J. L, Devenny'purchased
Fresh Poultry and Eggs, Fresh tract of land extending for one-half machinery mainly purchased; cost may come when lucky Florida will re for northern capitalists property of :'
Home Cured Meats. First Class Jacksonville, Fla.-Shipments of mile in one direction and three-quar about $4,000.Dade alize that the measures adopted by Colee estate, 'comprising 266'acres; includes
Meats at Rock Bottom figures is Florida limes have started! to come in ters of a mile in another, whichtill .. California are wise. It would be better marsh,land-extending ri>jle and '
policy. Come in.and from the outlying keys The first give ;you some idea,of the magnitude City.-City voted $6,500 bondsto to exclude all fruit and trees from a half along canal with average '+ ;
our try us. shipment to Miami was made from of this grove. The Atwood company construct sewer system. the, state than that importation width of 500 or 600 feet, containing y
Key Largo. The fruit was of a fair has its own packing house, which is of affected stock should be brought I Into strata of clay; proposed to install
quality. The total receipts last week up-to-date in evrey particular. The Largo.-City wjll construct sewer spread disease and disaster.Miami plant with daily capacity of 25,000 P
on.the east coast were about twenty- machinery in this packing house is system. Metropolis. brick. '
five barrels. A. F. Dechman of this capable of turning out eighty boxesof ...Hr
44. 117-Broad way. city received ten barrels of the first fruit per hour and with extra help Leesburg.-City is considering construction -
shipments. Mr. Dechman says there 1,200 boxes daily can be made ready of sewer system.
will be from forty to fifty barrels this for shipment. All packing is done at I, .
PEOPLES' MARKETPhone week and the movement will increase the grove and shipping from the com- Perry.-City will construct sewer The Place Where You Get That flRoyal.TaI1or".LOOL! .I _',

< I as the season progresses. He says the pany's own dock on the Manatee riv- system and waterworks; plans pre- "
189. 304 Broadway. crop is exceedingly short, probably 50 er. The entire,grove also is irrigatedwith pared. I'
J. I. Powers,Proprietor. per cent. There is a good demand a complete pumping Station witha SPECIAL NOTICE-Our new Fall and Winter Royal
i j' j for the fruit, prices ranging from $15 thirty-five-horsepower engine anda DeSoto County.-Palms Land company Tailor sample have just arrived. Come and see them. I
1 to $18 per barrel for good stock. capacity of 600 gallons per min- Kansas City, Mo..incorporated:
IIti HI. WAU.l'- hPi/IV fni.....d th".1\ capital $8,000, will develop about 8,000
six-inch' mane with at ;;'j-an"d'hy acres in DeSoto county near Lake
drant provided every nine feet. Okeechobee. Oliver'sSuitatorium
The crop this year is in splendid .

conditions and owing to the up-to-date DeSoto County.-Lakeport Land
irrigating plant has a large quantityof company, 318 Lond building, Kansas
fruit. City, Mo., incorporated, capital stock
SUPERIOR SERVICE: $6,000, will develop 240 acres of land

COURTEOUS TREATMENTSystematic in DeoSto county, adjoining Lake I
( FLA. CITRUS SEASON Okeechobe . .
,\ Fruitland Park.-Florida Develop-I SPECIAL NOTICE TO
\\ IS NEARING CLOSEFlorida ment company, capital stock Me

j incorporated by E. H. L. Page, Fruit- I in
i land Prak, and Thos. H. Ilarter. G.
Citrus Shipments. |j Willard Hall, Geo. E. Hawes and Geo. WOMEN READERSSome

i Cars' moved last week______;__ 19 T. Bush all ef- Be>>etente, -Pa. -- -' -
Cars moved week before last__ 26 .
F 1 Total cars moved to last Satt r- Miami.-G. C. Frlzzell let contractto people think that Oliver' Saitatorinm .It dutiactly ...'.

''day _____1_.________-______20,909 erect store and office building 25x80 .Cleaving ettabliihment. This Is act .*. WE CLEAN ALL OUTER y
""'F feet, two stories/ ; cost $11,000; fire- GARMENTS SUCH .
..Ia ksonville, Fla.. Only nineteen proof and concrete stucco exterior WAISTS AND COAT SUITS. 1
'; cars of citrus fruit left the state last metal rqof; electric lighting.; ; Oar Cleaning aDd Pressing Department ha7,the .repatatioa of doing +
SAVINGS week and the season practically is . Good Work. Our many satisfied patron are our best proof. '

done. The oranges now moving are Titusville.-F. H. Black TJtusville, We are very particular ia the kaaduaf of expensive gar aeab aDd
i ) of inferior quality, though akin and .and E. L. Miami let
i Brady, Flay contract .
Saving little and you caa rely apoa getting garret back ia and i
, a now then is bet- dry. Some of the grapefruit moving i to erect two store buildings; 25x your aaiajored texture
(, ter than saving .&thing, but it is slow. is still of fair quality and in fair deI' ,I 60 feet and 25x70 feet, respectively; fresh sad sew Ia-appearance. \ '

What makes .dollars mand. Since September 15, 1913 to :1 brick; Carey's roof; electric lighting; -'
is soon accumulate the present time there have been ,i cost $2,800 and $3,700 respectively. REPAIRDEPARTMENT Suits Cleaned 7 5
I q prompt, regular deposits in theCitizens' about 7,000,000 boxes of fruit shipped > .
Bank of '
1 account: is invited.\"issimmee. a total which was believed earlier in i Eagle] Lake.-Eagle Lake Packing
.V ,e the season would hardly be reached ,i company. capiCsl,stock $10.000. fneor-
.r' Four per cent, interest paid on this year. In fact the crop .was estimated -J 1 porated by 8. D. Creel :J. L, Gasklns wYBelfevein giving'our Patron ,; ,
Savings Accounts.. at about 6,000,000 boxes. Letyear's ;' ]E. B."Way, A.M.. Davis. an4.othe..... the Best Service Possible; For thi* N ,
crop ran over 26,000 cars-while
we have inaugurated this department
'4 this season the run probably will be 1..cksoDVille.Tire..Florlda reason
rand .......
-we make smallre .
about 21,000 cars.This season's priceson 1 -
1 'E I company capital,stock $26,000 incorporated t. ?
Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver, a whole haV.beeD satisfactory and ]i ; Geo.; M.Adams, president H pairs WITHOUT ETXRA CHARGE. ?
shipments mad. during the holiday J M.Woodward,Jr.,vice-president. l rua call for that Soiled Suit of -
'i President.. '.. Cashier... and during the month of February ]M.. Hopkins secretary; Claude-! ,K.. ,.Yours NQW:'" i
,were particularly: good. T ? < ,I Shine, treasurer, ti
"::1.::: : :....::. ; :-.JU. Impossible' taestlmatestieaatru. : ., , .. ".,'.; .
fruit crop:for next:season, owing, "::"'"N Smyrna Pahnetto"PrOdudioD

tOol the.'drought. The crop no 'doubt -company-of New York is reported to 'I I OLIVER'S' SUITATORIUM
will be.aborter'than""first, estimated, establish 'plant'to manufacture fiber, !
'- _
r -30,000,000. boxes.' j ffronVlMveyet mw_palmetto,,. -- -,.. r+
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PhUdelnhia, Pa.-Advocating the, P. P. P I ,
'Summer' modernizing of the Declaration of Independence .... )n

to the business by applying, the politics its principles and the Makes rich red pure blood-ckmneeC the nttr
I k foreign policies of America, President I system-clears, the brain strengthen dlgeUo and, iwrrtw. .. .. ...
Wilson thrilled a huge crowd assembled A positive specific for Blood Patios and skin diseaw.. y

of land within a in Independence square, within Drives out Rheumatism and Stop th. Pala; ends Malaria; t. Arthur. E. Doaegaa Are c,
any area few feet of where the original
of Kis- Iration was sinned. is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. 1- N*. 9 S. .ad floor Citben Bank Building.. r.... 246

( t reasonable-distance President Wilson's. Addr II" i F. LJPPMAN CO., D# !,. SAVANNAH, GAT
aimmee, no matter how The president's address follows in
part: ] General Insurance Business, repre sealing the strongest and saost

rough or neglected, into a "We are assembled today! to releI I -- RviiabU .paai...
hrate the one hundred and thirty .
remunerative A- -
productive <
t eighth anniversary of the birth of the j Wo will _U.._ the .Baal n aa-of the Arthur E. Donegal Armey
condition. United States.* I suppose we can more matter of enthusiasm I am much
vividly realize the circumstanced oT more enthusiastic for keeping the integrity HUNT ? without change- .Tour patronage I la respectfully solicited. r
that birth standing on this historic of the United States absolutely 'GATOR 1 .
Y' spot than it would be possible to re-' unquestioned and unsullied. -
aliKe it anywhere else. "Popularity is not alwayssuccess* --
"Have you ever read the Declaration ful patriotism.. The most patrioticman
I Estimate and'Plan.Furni.hed of Independence? When you have is some\ ties 'the man who goes LOTS OF F FUN '
heard it read have you attended to its' ill the direction' in which Jie thinks he
sentences? The Declaration of Inde- is right, whether or not he thinks IDEALFERTILIZERS'.
pendence (is not a Fourth of July ora anybody agree; with him. Do not
tion. The Declaration of Indepcmt' 1-lnme anybody else if they do not. For real downright sport there is
t ence was a document preliminary to agree with you. Do not die with bitterness nothing compared to a 'gator hunt, .
I war It involved a vital piece of business i- in your heart because you do .. for it takes in every side of the sport
ei not a piece of history. And if not convince anvbodv. but die happy game, especially the daring side.
you will get further down in the readings i because; ; you believe you tried to serve On a Saturday evening recently>, aparty '
than its preliminary passage<. your country without selling your soul I of St. Cloud men consisting, of
Alf. W. LawThe you will see that a very specific hody "Those were grim days-the days of: : D.' ;L. Rice, J. W. Squires, S. W. Porter,
t T of declarations concerning. the ImM '76.! Those ,gentlemen did not attach I Ed George C. E. Carlson. Enoch AI-I
near of the day-not the business of their names to the Declaration of Independence britton and P. W. Van Natta, decided I

Developer of Modern Model Farm our day, for the matter with which ideals on this table expecting i\ I I they would\ enjoy a small bite of the Best and Cheapest
business of rt-volu holiday the next day. The Fourth of
11 I pastthe sport;, and selected Lake Gentry as the
two, the business of 177The; Declaration July .was not a holiday. They at- place to pull off the stunt: The party For' X
Box 145
of Independence I does not tacpied their signatures; to that documefit left in autos in the afternoon, carrying;
mean anything to lib merely in its genera knowing, if (they failed the ex- rifles, ropes, tackle and-, and reached
y Kissimmee, Fla. ) statements unless we can append treme'Mikelihood was that every one their destination before sundown.
r'' to it a similarly! specidi body of particulars J would hang; for the failure. .MAli to what took place on this hunt, GROVE GARDEN ,
;- us to what sir consider our They were committing; treason In S quote a member of the party, who
o OOOOOH> M "Liberty does no consist in' own million people in America All the rest t it might affect his future
general; d'el'larulion- the I'uhts oman of the world smiled with a cynical in I standing possibly in the Ananias club if he FIEL'D.Wilson
; K a. w. WET B $ It crtnaists in the translation ofn.OH credulity the audacious undertak was known as the informer: "Of ks

j declaration il\'.n definite m'turn, I I ing I course," said he, "we have everythingto
Then-fore, tandnif here wh.'nt' e and Success."Every .
> | Popularity eat that was ever served at the
1.' Fire Life Healtli and Accident I-o-Irifctmp I: wa ril.'l ted, roailri" :tt"' idea has to be started this New St. Cloud, and things they do not & Toottier Fertilizer
t, I busincH8-like sentences' we ought task < way by somebody and it is a lonely serve (I allude to thdse things; you : .
JINSURANCESuccessor I ourselves, what is i! there in it. foi 'thing to start anything Yet you have do not cut with a knife), and the first Jacksonville Florida F'
us? There is nothing; in it for u- unless -' got 10 start' it ,< then-. is an; 0 act upon arriving on the scene was to ,
we can translate it into terms o1 blood411 'ou, end if you> love the 'I', n- make camp, for we intended staying;
k ; our own condition. tr} that you ire pictendmg to wi,,'>( all night. Along about dark the 'ga; I Local) Agent: Waters & Carson Grocery Co. f
to "We must reduce it to what lawyer for. I am sometimes very miun interested ton began to rise to the top of the
iv NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY calla bill of particulars. It contaima I in .seeing; gentlemen who suppose water, and all hands turned to, and '
bill of particular"the bill of par. I that J popularity is the way to fell on the job of slaughter, and didn'tcease
-- --- ticulars of 1776-and if we are to revitalize su<'iois in America The way to s Old State Bank Building it we are to fill it with a bill ceSS in America IB tc show you a-e til ten monsters lay dead upon the
k of particulars of 1914. not afraid of anybody except God and bank. It was then I took a decided
Discuss U. S. Foreign Policy. Ills 'Ride-men. If I did not believe stand, and said at least one 'gator,
hr r "The department of state is con- I that i I world not believe in democracy must be captured alive, and called for
iI 9 stantly called upon to back up industrial and I could not uelieve in popular government volunteers to do the job. Every man :
enterprises of the United States; JutJ do telieve these things! in the party, of course, volunteered,
., C. F. THRASHER in foreign countries ; and it at one and therefore I earnestly believe in but I accepted Mr. Rice (you know '
and Farm
time went so far in that direction that the democracy not only of America he comes from Washington, D. C., : Trucking
t.. SHEET METAL WORKER all its diplomacy was designated as but in the power of an awakened people where congressmen and senators and .
'dollar diplomacy." It was for sup to govern and control its own af Woodrow and William Jennings, '
ti f4' Steel Ceilings a Specialty. porting every man who wanted to I fairs. live), for he was the busiest one in :

ia) Phone m-R. Kisslmmee, Fla earn anything anywhere if he was> an "Down in Washington sometimes the bunch, and you know it takes some '
.. American. There is no man more interested when the days are hot: and business man to hold a seven-foot 'gator. Well, :
-- than.I am in carrying the enterprises presses so that it does not seem possible he went to it, and( in a few minutes had ,
of.the United States all over to do anything in the way it oughtto spotted his beast. Motioning to the 10 acres owned by a Kansas party
the world. I was interested in it long be done, it \is always possible to lift party to keep quiet and lay low. he : ,
M. TILLER before I was suspected of being-apo titictan. t- r one's eye above the present for the humped his shoulders and began sing- located in the Artesian belt with
F But there l is a limit to that, moment and, as it were, to take into ing a lullaby that sounded something : ,
Real Estate Agency. which was laid upon us more than any one's whole being that great thing of like "what I'll do to you when we .
I I other nation in the world. We set up Which we are all a part-that great meet." When in about ten feet of the fine flowing well very rich dark soil

.-............................ this nation\ and we propose to set it up body of American feeling and Amer- ''gator"' he let go a yell that you could : ,
on the rights of man. We said independence ican principle. : have heard five miles away, and with has about 500 fine budded ,
"e I Realty bought and sold. is not merely for us but for "No man could do the work he. has a mighty spring through 'the air, ,. bearing
; ; Houses.rented.- everybody( to whom we can find the to do in Washington if he allows alighted square on the 'gator's back,
I *.Taxes paid and Titles ver- means of extending it. himself to feel lonely. lie hat to when he threw his arms around ,the ". Peach', trees besides some Pecan
j, ,' (fled for non-residents "I am willing to get make himself feel he Is part of the, toast's neck and shouted, "W don't j'
American that money can buy, except people of the United States. And .my'' know where we're going, but were -on Plum_ and -also fine, Grapes ;
Fire, Llfj-and Accident In. I will not Apricot : '
the rights of other men. dream'is this, that, as the years go on our way. After tor :
'.urancC help any man buy a power he should and the world knows more and more about five miles, going practical all
Indemnity Bonds. not exercise over his fellow being. of America, it will also turn to, Amer. ver the lake, Mr. Rice guided him to All kinds of fine vegetables, and .''(:
"You know what a big question ica for those moral inspirations that the; shore where we pulled him out
., there is in Mexico. Eighty-five percent 'lie at the base of human freedom; thatit and lassoed him to a tree, while Mr. : best of farming 'land. Owner will ,
of the Mexican people have nev- will never fear America unless it Rice danced the bunny hug and calledn .. t!
er been allowed to have a look-in in finds itself engaged in some enterprise > us to "Trot out a real 'gator, a.wentyfoot ?
regard to their government and the inconsistent with the rights of human- boy that his name was : sell at bargain price and on favorable fiI
rights which have been exercised by ity; that America will come to that Eat 'Em Up Raw." After much per- ?
S.I U. HILLOCK the other 15 per cent. Do you sup day when all shall know she puts human luasion, such as eating and- the : terms of payment. te
pose that circumstances is not some., rights above all other rights, and rladiator was quieted! down, and the .
times in my thought' I know that I that her flag is the flag. not only of arty turned in for the night.
'> REAL ESTATE the American people have a }wart i America, but the flag of humanity The arty returned Sunday with the : We also have enuine bargains in
that will beat just as strong for those "What other great people, task, has full catch-ten dead and one alive- .
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millions in Mexico as it will\ beat for devoted itself to this exalted ideal? and say that in all their experience : "
INSURANCEfxaminatlon any other millions anywhere else in To what other nation in the world can they never had better sport, even if excellent Orange Graves and Stock
the world and when' they once know you look for instant sympathy that Hr. Rice was forced to wrap a blanket .
of Titles a what is at stake in Mexico they will thrills the whole body politic when around his middle to evade arrest as : farms. Full particulars to interested
!know what ought; to be done in Mexico men anywhere are fighting for their ic passed through the city. The hunt ..
rights? sill be repeated before the summer
Specialty., "You; hear a great deal about the I 'I don't know that there ever will >nds.-St. Cloud Tribune. parties. ,
., property loss in Mexico, which I deplore -I'be another Declaration of Independence w .
Corratfaondence Solicited. with all\ my heart. Upon the ) a statement of grievances of
.. conclusion of the present disturbed mankind, but I believe if ahy such
f , condition in Mexico undoubtedly those document is ever drawn it will be CATALOG OF STATE-
.c who have lost properties ought to be drawn in the spirit of the American
compensated. Man's! individual rights; Declaration of Independence; and that i i'ir

have met with many deplorable circumstances America has lifted the light that will COLLEGE FOR WOMEN NELSON REALTY
CO. }
vy C.W.GRIFFIN but back of it all ill the shine unto all generations and guide .
struggle of the people and while we the feet of mankind to the goal of. i
Staple and FancyGROCERIES think of the one of the foreground; I justice liberty and peace." The catalogue of the Florida State
let UII not forget the other in the background College for Women which is now be-
I would be ashamed of this : distributed by that college, is of
; : : flag iT It ever did anything outside of BIG PEES'FOR: ng nterest not only to every citizen who REAR STATE BANK, :: KISSIMMEE FLA. i
America that ws would not permit it I has a daughter to send to college buto ,
to do Inside of America. We stand for
o..r every one who takes pride In the
the mass of the men, women and children !- SEVEN: DOCTORS rogress of his state educational in-

. *. who make up the vitality of every ititutions. The book gives the his- 1111111111II1111111111111111-
( i ee Delivery to all Parts nation. Endorse Dod- tory of the college and shows the sub- .
Physicians -
"While ;you were trying to get a High-Priced itantial growth it has made since it -
of the city; front seat just now I was requested to I son's Liver Tone-It Takes the wail founded. The list of the faculty

.' turn around and address the distinguished Place of Calomel. and other officers, exclusive of the "
;>; Iphad behind me, but I said state boards, comprising forty-two Excursion Rates '
-. -- - that white a great respect for America's,, best known and highest lames. The plant as described con- Low)
rR I them, and even quite an affectionfor priced. physicians-seven of them- lists of at campus of 103 acres, and
.OOOOOOOOCOOCOOOOOOOOOOOO ,some of them, the real people were on were paid very large fees to pass on even buildings, including a new $30-
this side (indicating the audienee). IfI the 'formula of Dodson's Liver Tone, 00 dining roow. Information is given .
THE fi RAYSTONE had done anything else, I could not and all of them heartily endorsed this lao concerning the terms of admis- From Kissimmee '
have proved I spoke on Independence remedy as a perfectly safe and reliable ion to the college and the work of alt
Day) because that great document one. It takes the place of dangerous the various departments, viz.: the
written by that aristocrat, Thomas calomel in cases of constipation gradate school College of Arts and New York. N. Y.__.___$ 41.25 Cincinnati, Ohio 39.25
sera Mi TH TIM Jefferson, was written by a man and torpid liver. Sciences, the Normal school I, the Col-
/t' .. N.w slid --.seond-hand- whose heart was as big as all mankind Dodson's Liver Tone has none of ege of Art, Expression and Music, as Buffalo. N. Y________ 53.65 Louisville. 37.73
*>''.. tor sale from 110 tcy and he was thinking of them, not the disagreeable after-effects of calo- well as concerning the work carried Philadelphia Pa. ___!_ 41.25 ESL Louis Mo.________ 44.00 ? ,
'LOoe. at Orajr.ton. ..rap himself, when he penned that immortal mel, which U,in fact a poison, a min- on, throughout the state by the exten- "
a Ba.aar.'I. Chicago III. ________ 50.15 'enver Col.
document. eral, a.form of dangerous mercury. ion division of the home economics _________
rn V .t, M. lIU..... rrap.: t D. POITEI age Honor Above Material Interests.. On the other hand Dodson's Liver dep rtment. Among the items of in- Detroit Midi. 49.155.n Francisco CaL___ 'S:75: rat
44 ''- !,. to regard: the honor of this country in, containing nothing harmf L It actspleasantly ollege soon are the calendar for the Portland Qe. ;:-::_ a,11US N"'v'
..- preference to its material interests. easily and naturally, academic year, and the statement of
t oot t'do.eooaaoaoa. Would you rather be despised by all without pain or griper and without xpenses, which for regular students Sold Daily-Limit October 3lst-Stop--overs +
t tht nations of the world as incapable interfering at all withyour regular In, the college and normal school are
LEWIS O'BRY AN nt keeping your treaty obligation, or habits, diet or occupation. kept: within the-modest sum of $124 --- t
would you xather hare free toll ,for, Dodson's Liver-Tone-is guaranteed for,thlrty-fiv weeks. Not. the least r
.' 11TORSEY AT LAW / American ships?' The treaty mayhave by J. Z,,Roberson, who will cheerfully ntererting part of the catalogue is 1
:r,. '\ ;.. It.' ,- been a mistake but it* meaning: refund purchase price (Me.) at once he register, which shows that duringhe ATLANTIC COAST LINE ,
r l fSPECIALIZING: IN was unmistakable. When I have made If you are not entirely ..tlltied'with past year there were in attendance -Offers '
lie a a man I'try to keep it, It. A trial has benefited many people at the college 418 young women r.
,ABSTRACT: : '* ., The most honorable and distinguished, and probably would! help you. from fdrty-nine Florida counties and BEST ROUTES AND SCHEDULES '
"':'- -- :ii' .', ration .in the worldJL* the'nation tha': '" welve.. BtateA...JThe:" catalogue showsJearlythatyouiigladis for information and reservation call nr any-A.; LTickrgentToT -
.. ,.; ND: ...i.1.i"i : caaJkeep promises to 4t* own hurt. -Dul nelknRawlsBeallkiss.' ..fFloridarho
tf'1' : f, ' TITLE WORK I'want to say parenthetically.,that,I / 'of watermelons. 'wish-to receive educational ad- J..G. KIRKLANp. Division Passenger Agent .
shipped eighteen ears '
v don't think anybodywas hart. ''I aw 'antages' of the Wghest'typo and at .
.AI..e'aLDA'. > TamparFla. '*
'4{" '1.-raTa not enthusiastic' for subsidies to'a'monopoly Theyrmacle'&;.fair_ crop"despite ,the the lowest'co.t. can: within the - .. .Ju;"tf'. j
; ;.....'... r..t.,..; :O :+:..:.. TMuaminc ,..Jliat.was a drought. "- T,----'--r -- }iord rs.. o(,'their. ,pwfl;:.staU,' " J,.. :. J; " ., '
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FRIDAY, JULY JO; 1914 THE'l: ssaMMEE.VALL'EY".cAzETTE .. .> ACE; 11..

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this 'state. It is dug tat(.!(. fact that' I.
E/PERT ADVICE work i i'A Osceola county cattak4n Orange County CQniniissionersDefeir'. MNITON() 5e' C0INAGER( ,. r: opeoooitiooo0oo00a'o" + yl .
at ; "
up once all haste
| will.
:'be. made in ,establishing! the station. Action .fJn.TaFt' Citizens'PetitionOrlando. : DIED LAST O GAZETTE READER WANTS1NFORJIATION.ABOUT d, .

FURNISHEO.CROWERS,(.You may expect,, It by September 1 : .AjONDAYiMrV 0. LAND t.'

i '(Continued from page one.) I,found anyway at"once', and if a capable man can be I .- the county commissioners ' a Bel Alt, Md.,'July 7. 14. O,
the 'duties NEW CHARGE
assamo: : , J. lttpn: bar; dowager'died Mr. Harris O
Mon-f .
I Hof agent,, thajrstation' will met Monday morning to equal. PAhv ,
be opened
Jle la required to make report of his earlier. < ., r ize, assessments,. ,read petitions- and ; !.;rSTbBJFQUNTAlN:( day morning at,8 o'clock at his! homeon *, VaUey,Ca. tte, O
.dailywork to the state and the state ,"For. two weeks in( September all arguments took up much of the time. 't'" ", TiU'i' f, Brack street, at.the age of seventy "Klssimme Fla, 0
report regularly the departmentin the county 'agents will gather at Mr Braxton Reacham addressed the The.'Palace''' drug, store' hat a new years." 'Short 0 Pear Mr. Harris: I expect to 0
bo.nI"uTglnlr at'the head of fountain department funeral services were *,be in your city about the 26th,of'.
Washington, the system being '. Gainesville,for a course of special instruction the members to rescind man Its; ,
ranged with, a view to making '.the / planned .to 'be' of special any action or tentative agreement that E -M.. Page of Wauchula held at the house ''Monday,afternoon this' month and would appreciate 0

''worK, at effective as possible. benefit in,.their fall and winter work. might heretofore have been,made for having arrived this week' to All the at il:30,. 'Rev,. A. J., Holt, and Rev. It very much, if you will have O
Keeping the bureaus supplied with : I am sure when[he work is once start 'abridging or cutting off the four-mile position Mr.Page has had years of Lawler conducted the'service,' some of the, real estate dealers, 0 )

Information at all times enables themto \ ea here the people of the county could .section of the main or national highway experience in fountain and drug work ,The M.80n..and' G.'.A.R" .. escorted- send m. list of small farm*.they 0
carry on experiments. and to con i not be persuaded to do without the : connecting the Osceola line and will doubtless add "efficiency to the remains to the,, '2:43: train where- have to offer: near*;your cit'with' O
trol and eliminate pests and diseases ;, station.'' 'with the roadway south; and also to the already popular able force the the body was.shipped back ,the old terms and prices. 0O a
To, establish county stations the see_If means could not be devised store employs He is an expert in'preparing home in Illinois The burial took to Also if the board o* trade will O
government appropriates $675 yearlyto whereby the,entire system promised and making fountain delicaciesand place send 'me some information. of'O t
Wednesday the Masons "
; ''
i having
each county providing at least $175 COMMISSIONERS Could be built. is also a genial salesman. charge < ;your city. *, 0'
additional li furnished by the county. The petition from the Taft citizenswas Previous to coming here Mr,'Paga < I get The O azettte'every'Mon-
This amount does not allow for efficient ,. presented by Attorney Jones &: was with the Beeson drug store in Mr. Cowage was born March ti, day morning, and read it with as 0
men to be put at the head of the i LAUD ROAD PROJECT Jones, and after a short argument in Wauchula, and ha. also been employedin 1844 Kissimmee in Rush < ;work, however, and in every county in its favor, was taken under advisementby Lake City since being in Florida. to with his wife and two O ado sot. .
Florida where the stations have been the board. Ills home is Hn Georgia and his experience son from Rose Hill, fit, four years know of,a better way .
established, the county has made its I I (Continued front page one.) After the adjournment "of the meet. was worked for several yearsin ago. lie was a member of the Masonic 0 to get Florida and its towns before O
I Atlanta order of Newton, 111., and also the public than by sending O
donation large enough to enable a I Ing Chairman M. O. Overstreet was
good man to give his time to the taken by the" Oceola county commis- asked if the board would consider the Mr. Ragsdale, owner of the Palace, a member of the local G, A. R. He 4 each\ week the leading paper 0
j stoners, and it is hoped they will served four and in the town in this 0
work. The Osceola county commissioners see petition at the regular meeting Tues- believes in giving his customers the years seven months printed aa
have pledged $325 to upplel fit to complete their road to the coun-. day, an replied: best service possible and in bringingthis in the Civil war in company K, 2.1st way the public can see from week 0
t ty line. new man here he is carrying out Illinois, volunteer infantry. to "week just how things go In 0 "
the "No
l ment government-G7G, and it isgured'that ; there'll be plenty of time to
t i As the matter stands Orange Florida and each week makes O
the county agent, who- I now consider the matter. 'Th board will this policy. I Mr. Cowager leaves a wife and five ,
he be will I county contemplates bricking only to childrene, M. I. Cowager, Brazil, Ind. him think of the State.and-feel O y
wer may give ten months'e within have to give hearing; on the proposi- ; I
four miles of the line which there O
that he
( R. E. Cowager Rosedale Ind. ,. must go ,
+e the Jb'addition would tion and the other side,will be givena CARD OF THANKS. ;,Mrs"
I leave an ugly gap In the high- G. 0 Ward Very truly, .-
'Ih to the county agents, chance to Irving, Kall..j; J. O. Cowager. :
two district agents are employed inthis Way and disappoint everybody in this bee heard. I Kissimirfee, and Earle Cowager, ,(.Dr.) NORMAN L. KISLING.Titusvllle. .. O t''G
section Wtf wish to take this
of the state as well as the means of Kissimmee. .
Two sisters in Indiana
state, working under the direc- citizens of the lower part of Orange That the county commissioners thanking our many friends who so and a brother in Illinois, .. .+-...... . ... f'.t
jfion of State Agent C. K. McQuarrie should build the entire system of brick
.!I county. If that is bricked and kindly us during the sickness
and the boys* -and- girls 'torrr'analcanning 'The road beTween gap the-county Iine arrd .roads agrpoH nn .in..1 the,resolution and death nt nnr father acid husband. Friends sympathize with the family.

clubs come under 'the supervision -: Kissimmee paved the highway will adopted by a mass meeting prior to .'Especially do we wish to thank'\ the .--Grapefruit and orange, '
of the bureau also. Dr. Spencer be practically complete from Jacksonville the board election, and bringing to Masonic, order for what they did for SCHOOL ANNEjfFINiSIIED.The . ,. groveson lndianjiverare In
is the district agent for the counties south to this point as the two their attention the fact that the curb- us and also those who so kindly sent splendid condition:The''cropwtllarge >e

from Duval south and Osceola I other gaps remaining ,in the road ing which the commissioners purposeto ,flowers, which was appreciated more addition to the school annex and trees and fruit are of a {"
county will be included in his district.To north of Orange county are soon to use in the system is unnecessaryana than words can express. building on Church street has been fine )healthy condition. '

Help New People. be filled according to all reports.In may be eliminated, with the result MRS, LENORA COWAGER, completed and -is now ready for the Orange 'City.-There has been nice'i rn,
In at the work of the bureau suffcient funds to !
that will have
speaking addition to this action the coun- they JOHN O. COWAGER, paint. This addition consists 'of two rains in this section which have. ;i{

"For, Dr.Osceola Spencer county said we: hope to find I ty commissioners from heard a representative keep their pledger fetter John the Cheneyhas county I EARLE COWAGER. rooms, well! lighted and ventilated. greatly helped the citrus fruit crop. ,,
St. Cloud
Monday and
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a man who can be of special help to'tile granted board, which bears much force upon I -- -----=.=o= .
new people coming to this section I road from the's Cloud request to Ashton that the receive the pending road'Controversy. |I . II II 6 . . 6........ . . . . . . . . . . _ . 6.6. _ 6. . . a . . ...... 'e !t
with the view of buying citrus grovesor Mr. Cheney stated that at the time '
some attention at as it is I
truck farms, but who are unfamiliarwith reported in bad condition.once Both Kis- the election wag called the people of

the soil or conditions here. These simmee' and St. Cloud l asked for their Orange county demanded a specific I -:
people come here expecting to make proportion of the road tax .and war- statement from the board of county
their home, but as has been proven in rants were drawn for these amounts. commissioners as to what brick roads I PROGRESSIVEBusiness :
several instances, they sometimes Andre van der Meersch asked that would be constructed, and resolutions : ,
make dismal failures, become discouraged the road adjoining his place and east were passed and made binding upon I !
and go back north to knock Florida of Rosehill cemetery be opened, and the board. i ,
forevermore. the board ordered this done. The board proposed to construct
"Now you will find many of your New Road Being Built.R. brick roads over the following routes: '

prospective settlers want to know H. Ludlam, county engineer, filed Oakland to Orlando, via Winter Gar : -
where they can get reliable information his map of a new road running from den and Ocoee; Orlando to Zellwood, '
about Florida soil, time to plant, Klssimmee to the Hake Wilson settle- via Apopka and Lockhart; from the People
what to plant, the use of fertilizers ment The supervisor was instructedto Osceola county line to the Seminole' ;
and lime on the soil, citrus culture and have surveyed a road in the vicinity county line, via Taft, Pine Castle, Orlando |i
diseases, trucking and a thousand and ,i of BagRenger on which some work has Winter Park and Maitland; Orlando I
one things."It i. been done already! and to get deed out via Conway at least four 'j;'

is in such cases that your station I for same so it can be declared a pub- miles; Orlando out on Fort Christmas
proves its value. Here they can lic highway. road, at least three miles.
get any information they desire and if A committee ofS. L. Lupfer and others Mr. Cheney further states that the
the services of the agent is required representing the churches and people voted on this proposition believing You Should Know

right on the farm or grove it is his (I fraternal organizations( of the city, it to be the utterance of men
duty to there. Where disease infects whom they could rely. He
go came before the board: to ask assistance upon says
the truck or fruit, both district ('I in establishing a bed for the the promised roads should be built at 1,
Ad state agents will cbme to the aid needy sick in Dr. Rivers' sanitarium. all costs, especially the Kissimmeeroad . .,.__} \'t-
of the county agent if such is neces- While the board did not make any donation for the following reasons: . ./, 1\1.'
sary to check the trouble once. to this, they expressed them First--This road was promised to I INFIS.SIMMIEFy' ,,
Work Done in 26 Counties. selves in sympathty with the move. the voters along this highway, and '

"The twenty-six counties in the ment and agreed that they would help upon this promise their votes were I .
gVrte already having stations in opention -: at any time the committee deemed. it secured. ;j\;
heartily approve the work and I necessary.Dr. Second-From Taft to the Osceola
support it liberally. Some of them : A. P. Spencer of Gainesville line is found some of the deepest sand
have double the government appropriation I spoke to the board in behalf of the road in the country. '
given in order to allow the coun- (i' farmers' co-operative demonstrationwork Third-This road is a trunk line,. (
ty agent a liberal salary and a ma- in the state, and received sufficient and the idea of a main line for a'state-
chine to cover his territory in.: The support to insure the establish long highway is of the utmost Im-
work is growing in importance and i\or I ment of a station in the county and portance, if only for the moral effecton :
doing much to aid the many new settlers : the employment of a county agent at other counties, and especially Osceola. -
coming into the state at all sea-' a near date. .- The whole question turns on '

cons, a* well as the old-time grower. Hon. C. A. Carson and A. S. Nelson, curbing which Mr. Cheney declares _- ." ,
who baa: his troubles, too.. representing the board of trade, appeared unnecessary lie advises the 1 boardto

"On July 1 the Florida work.-Was before the board l And 'insisted leave the curbing out of their con. EGGERSGLUESS & RIEDEL. Notary Public 'Taxes- Paid, .. .. 'O..K,',,BAKERY t
:reinforced by $10,000, which is the that the board take advantage of the tracts, thereby: saving nearly forty FIQEI/ E,A.Niemeye, ,.'
amount the Smith-Lever bill gives to one mill'which, the state allows for thousand dollars, with which'sum the Carpenter' and Repair1 Shop It,Your Home Insured If Not, .
roads, them and voted Why Not. Gallon < -,' and-Br.IM( '"' t ;,
publicity The board agreedto promised by ,,: Red Candy- 4',
pulses. in for by the be built. A. E, DROUGHT, .' '"4' ,A.
making up l'eople'can Inside Furnishings, Screening. ; ISc per Ib. "
Malaria or Chills t& Fever its budget and Cabinet Work Insurance Agency .
Our Specialty. Room 7 State Bank Bldg. Guaranteed Pure. 4

Prescription No.083 U prepared especially St. Petersburg.City let contractA. TO PRESERVE Phone 292. ..

for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. E. Ehle, 235 Sfxth avenue, north, ...
Five or six: doses will break and St. Petersburg, to erect substation for J. W. PRENTIS WATERS a CARSON GROCERY;
If taken then a* a tonic the not fire department; 32x40 feet; two W. B. MAKINSON CO. ,'

rotors It act on the liver better than stories; brick; asphalt shingle' roof; Pianos, Organs Talking Machines, Co.Everything.

Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c cost $4,500; gas and electric lighting.The TIMBER PAYS Sewing Machines. Hardware, Cattery,Boat. b "

_ to Eeat.
u :&: Broadway Supplies) and

The most notable progress yet rec.1 Machinery. ( .
orded in the chemical treatment W. G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. .

timber to prevent"decay was O. F. BASS, -
1913, according to a report recently!' Adding Machines and 9 Darlington Are.
A issued by the American Wood Preserv Contractor in .

AmericanAdding ers' association co-operation with 'I TypewritersFor Property Sold on '. Plain and Decorative APalntingand
aeT the forest service of the department ,
Commission.D. : Paperbanging"
of ,
-1 agriculture. Sale.
.rake e Plants 515 Sproole Are. Phone '7. .
Preserving I ,
5 t e !7 & ,The report states that ninety-three DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE. '
wood-preserving plants in 191%.Consumed G.. M'KAY REAL ESATE, DIXIE THEATER '. v

TDver-1 08,000,000"( gallons of cre- Dry Goods,- Clothing. Shoes," - --:AGE CYGra.stone -- -
osote oil, 26,000,000 pounds of dry ziqc Cool, dean. Comfortable
Machine i chlorida, and nearly 4,000,000 gallons '
r rThe Furnishings.5c Block Clan
: of other liquid preservatives. With High r
these the plants treated over 153,000000 ,- .
: Latest Adder +4r cubic feet of timber, or about 23 and lOc Store on Third Floor.HUNTER Sell Land Anywhere on Commission Only.E. .

per cent. more than in\1912. The out-

put from additional plants,unrecorded \ LAND CO.Real .
Costs But $35 e would increase the totals given. COLE &: UNLEY E. MAGEE

., f Impregnation of wood with oils and Estate, : "
Seeourexhibitaskfor chemicals to increase its resistance to Jewelers and Optometrist Carpenter and Builder

II< decay and insect attack, the report '.
Properties that Wit! Job Work and General RepairingSaw
10 days' trial goes on to say, is an industry which
has become important in the United Iii Broadway.C. Filing a Specialty
'at Cole & Unley Pleas eP
States only in recent ears. In Great 15 Darlington. A...
4' .
Britain and most a the European .
Now we make this offer so that
I Hera'Is) a new price on a com LY.RiELLIS
.'f: offices everywhere may learn countries practically every wood cross- H. C. STANFORD CO. F. DIBBLE &: SON
petent Adder. On a machine that '
what this machine means to tie and{ telephone or telegraph pole receives I
U rapid full-elia and Infallible.The them. preservative treatment. In the Dry Good., Clothing and Shoes, ,
.I. very latest machine, built 'United States less than 30 per cent. Fancy Groceries Electrical Contractor '1st
',,I by men who know. In one of the Ten Test of the 135,000,000 cross-ties annually x '
k largest metalworking; shops Days' I consumed are treated, and the proper furnishings and Water and Light Collector: t{
It la an Individual Adder, to be Phone 154. tt
treatment of annual consumption
.4'q placed on, one's desk, close to We will-gladly place many office :. an NotiolLDUTrONHARRIS Phone 220 8 Darlington Are. 'tf'
of 4,000,000 million poles may be said . .
take American Adder for a
one'a books and papers. To
to have scarcely commenced. '
f the place of the. central machine ten days' tut. ROSS GRAVES -'
t requirIng skilled"operator.. There will be no obligation, J I 'K.anizin Process CO. ERNEST L. GREEN ,
\ It U also Intended for office .and charge will be prepaid Real progress in the United States Hardware, Fbrnitnre, Stoves, +
,' and stores where co Uy machine Compare It with any non- l.terj' dates from 1832. when the Kyanizingprocess Deeoratlv'w''' ")'
1 are a luxury. -OVTH!' the costlie.t. Let a.DJ'one'-- using bichloride: .of mercury, Shoes Agricultural Implement. Sign Writer and
wall developed. In 1837 two other li
.: use It If any machine can processes Painter .
Building Material '
betterSee than thl were introduced, the Burnett
The price li due to utters serve ,: r
.>'ir'i, 'pticlly. and to our enormous o. Jut sent thi coupon and we'll process using zinc chloride, and the; 106 Broadway. Paints, Oils, EtaWENNER.SAwXEK Phone '
put. Seven keys do all the work. send lute machine. Bethel process using coal tar creo , e,
sote. These last processes are very r
Bach copied number -. +y- largely in use today. KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO. .
'f: lag la shown before up the for addition check- Please send us*an American Adding; . The idea of timber preservation ,' NEW" ft SECOND"HAND ,STORE

: ...1FX: de Machine for ten days'' free trial. 1'tlr first made ,very slow growth) in this Everything for the Home. J. E. MnUennlx. Prop..; V ;'
will add. Y
subtract machine and multiply. country on account'of the large supply ..Formerly, at 501 Bna4".7'i\ +, e a

With Tery slight _c ,...,...,....y-.... ....,..-.7'-, of cheap and shown-towud E. O. Garland.; '. Books and Stationery ; e ..*_-Now-< 'j u '\.J'
e'i' tI.. anyone can computea .. the;general 'disregard, ,--'_ ,. Stewart.*, Near "P..u.-
.I//!" rrtlnote.: hundred And'flfurcs ta. macnlne a-. ;aatet Aarare., ----.---..-------- economy in the,.. use of natural.seaoitreea ------Masai. .' .. '2' (Broadway -'pecldeclJ7.YA', EY r '
I' never makes ml.- < In 1886 there wars only three ' "' '
..t Clt7 ---------,.---. -.------- 1' If : ." .. ;
in the .
"I taCountiesofless- pressure plants United.States; 0 ,. '...;,., < '
\ ,. .... '. .' _.. and'in 1895 only fifteen1 Since.then, F. II..LAWsON TSHSOSBreadway 3WBIRR) ;
,:and .mall..e g.ttlag 't te __. Get Yew 'Candle.Fresh Fran the .BROADWAY. ) J
. .... . however'the ha ,
=from,..... machines the Q." industry grow it rag1g1y11tt'1913'thsr. -- -," w. ; ,.
,, of .."to.. , 7
:sr t: highest class ; wers-u-pt.a e
:: N '3lfaaoL.asa.attsaa' 0e. ....' 7'-X..,. "' ,' t I J 'L .. ,,.: CANDTlKlTCHENH. : 'hh.r w .
I O.ena + by } .' .m Cash ater. QI' .. . -'-"Ws ','
; aZ7.di ernaninawT.Nessan' 'ccn .,
; atJ' 1 COLE.lnd ,
_Sold. fey c complete'"unfinished ,portions.ot. iPprrnrndinsJackee \ .
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.1'0"00' '. ei.**,*I* 0 0 LIVE STOCK SHIPMENTS. FREE'BIBLE"LECTURE. :T .Do,.. Organize Ball Club,. his home on' Main street'. .. Mrs.. C. D. Carroll and baby& ''I
Although the shipping season I is A free Bible lecture under the '.u.. Mr. D. Wagner organized a baseball I The boys are going to have In'' :from McLean A Carroll's turpen- 11'
RECENT" ARRIVALS 4 over in this sectIon a' few carloads spices of the International Bible Stu. team among the boys of his Sunday frames ever day and pNd i practis.j I I tin cUt and spent.the Fourth in Kis-'
AT" THE HOTELS 'of live stock are-sent out'frbm the local dents' associationwill be glyen'.at th ?.. .<.'. o..o* : market each week. On MondayH. court house in Kissimmee Sunday, \
T. Bass made.. a shipment of three r
MANHATTAN.Mr cars of.cattle, numbering one hundredand JUTyh.12ecttu3rePr-? B. McGee"of Plan t - '
and Mrs. L. 11. Barker Lough- nine head The consignment. went City. is aid to be a very thoroug ,
1+; .W. C. Gilbert, Jacksonville; G. to Atlanta. I Bible student and convincing in th. t
Beasley, Apopka; C. L. Mathews, Lux- Wednesday Ordia Bass shipped two presentation of his subjects. All hon
''= a on. Ark.: E.: G..Andrews, Thmpa; N. S. hundred and twenty-five sheep to Tar.pon est independent thinkers will be ,.in I. The Favorite Store'of Kissimmee I Y..
To son, Loughman: ; Alfred Tin, Lough'. Springs, the lot goingto the terested inMr.. McGee's talks and ho
t .nan; :J. Belden, Atlanta: H. c: Ebb), Greek colony of spongers in : Bible student should miss them.Stanford's ,
Loughman; If. Harris, Loughman': J. --.. -- .--- -. .
A y=' G.Loughman Johnson;,Walter Loughman Green; D., Loughman W. Foley;, . .....-. .--. .-eoc- -- ..-.-.-.- -. ..- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- - .- -. ... ." .... . FROM THE CRADLE TO THE GRAVE

i L.' L. Fertic, Whittier; Mrs. R. L. .
$Mr Clery, Trilby; A. Williams, Tallahassee "I "-
; Will Tolston! Haines City; W. A. : r
n Drawdy, Whittier; Elmer Padgett, I f Stanford's I Hardware
Whittier; W. L. Henry, Whittier; Everyone Uses
1; Clayton Kilpatrick, St. Cloud; Leon D.
Lamb, St. Cloud; J. M. Montsdeoca, i roe tiY
t, Whittier Wm. Williams and wife,
{ ;
+ t Bassenger; W.- D. Wilson, Bartow; The Power ofF OF SOME KIND x
'y Will Fertic, Whittier; J. W. Platte, the '
New Boston; W. W. Chandler, Ban cn- ..
You are a Discriminating Customer. You insist upon Quality Goods: You '
Lakeland Mr.
E. L. Word, -
x ger; ; know that CHEAP Hardware is about the POOREST investment on earth. '
y r and wife, Loughman Mabol; W.Underhill P. Underhill : TheDOLLAf We keep Only QualityGoods.. The edge of the sharpest razor is not keener ;
6 Bassenger
-JBaasenger Gladyn Alderman, Ba HPn'j I .aJ; : than our desire to serve you acceptably-to serve you in a manner to win your
i a i W. A.; Morse Atlanta; John approval-therefore, whatever you buy from us will be of the "Quality" kind
;M r ......-*gper.*den, Whittier; Burnell Gates, Cur- \I.. Our reputation stands back! of every article we sell. Come inSaturday'Dollar f M
roll Creek; N. Baker, Jack onvillo.GRAYSTONE. I :

:: Day:*' ; Yn
A. P. Spencer, Gainesville, Fla.; 75 GOING TO BE DEMONSTRATED AT
,+ Chas. W. Kay, Howna, Ln.; K. W. Py- :''f And See the Following Articles:
burn, Tampa; J. C. Hardwirk, Tampa; .

P s "0. B., Ltsngwerxt Upchurch,f'O"t-.J-n.--ei.Yt Jacksonville; T. R.T.ea'1s .! H. C. STANFORD. CO 1 / rarrS"' Splendid- tine of these 'r,

K. J. Reynolds, St. Cloud; A. P. Mcd- ; -- y OIL- STOVf'/ Summer Stoves. With oneofourSTANt t '+
lJA'RDorr.:(ntue Perfection) or one of
1 lin, Atlanta; K. W. Pprnmtit, Tampa;
r L. B. Skinner, Tampa; H. E. Ferris! .................... 0 ryDOLLAR.................... i Summer Cooking our REVONOC OIL Stoves you can do (!+
your without the Cook. You
Tampa; M. J. Wesrott, North Carolina Cooking can' keep one or all
burners at an intensely hot or merely a simmering flame. All the heat
J. C. Martin Tampa; K. C. goes
; .
Brown, Tampa; L. T. Warren, Atlanta 'j 1 DAY into the Cooking and your Kitchen remains Cool arid Comfortable. Come in M
,t ; Geo. R. Paschal. Jacksonville; E. i i iyou and let us show you how these Standard Oil or Revonoc Oil Stoves work-they v
; H. Shaw, Baltimore; J. C. Talley, St. j I are Simple and Reliable and you Solve Your Summer Cooking Problem they-
I Petersburg;; Mrs. J. C. Talley, St. Petersburg Bring on your Dollar,, for everyone is going trTdo double, [ duty for 1 minute you Install one. Fully guaranteed.
; Miss M. E. Talloy, St. Petersburg ;! here on. Dollar Day. All bright, new, snappy merchandise' await I Y 4I
; R. E. Talley, St. Petersburg; ; B. j you at thi1- stonJet; down early. (
+ A. Goodale, Tampa; J. C. McDonald r t: t '
Atlanta; J. R. Thornton, Atlanta; W. '!C f :

; : Tampa E. Johnson; B. ,F.Jacksonville Winston, Baltimore; C. P. Rice; E.I, 1 f WILL BUY' 00 WILL .'. I [ 1 ''ll r '

( M. Page, Wauchula; F. C. Whitthorne, .r BUY"'t.. LECTRICAL1

f Jacksonville F. J. Raehm; C.Orlando N. Waychoff; Henry, Tampa W.I; I 'j"C e t $100 1 1.0: Trousers and and$1.25Men's Colors., allFabrics 1 1 Felt$1.50 Hats.and All$1.25:Newand x

;w Smith, Wauchula; Arthur Williams, :s:
Cut in Latest Style. Stylish .
Tallahassee; J. W. Tucker and family; I :
city;; J. E. Jelks Macon; Mr. and MrR'I.1 C
e l II. Bartlett Jacksonville( ; Joe Gross, WILL WILL I the way of Electrical Goods we have i Q ry
Atlanta; Mrs. C. A. McFarland, Tam BUY BUY I II it. Here you will find a complete line 1 y
pa; Mrs. Ophelia! Gray, St. Petersburg ) I of everything to "Keep Cool" in the ,
h't : ; O. S. McFarJand, Tampa; Mr. t $1-1 Any Straw. Hat in 1-1 Good Serviceable i
} and Mrs. A. S. Webb, Tampa; M. W. ;, the [House up to the $1.50 and $1.25 hot days ojf a long summer. Make N,
Stewart, St. Cloud; Mr. and Mrs. D. j Value of $S.OO. Umbrellas.WILL your house or office "comfy" with one t( f f / ( 1 r t r r
Harper, Loughman! ; H. C. t of the following Electrical Appli
Loughman MINH Johnson, .
; ; : ances: Cy
C. W. Huggins. Tampa; V. lIa.rper'j i I
Y Tampa; H. H. Kemp Atlanta; : WILL &

+ 7 Knight, Atlanta; C. B. Murphy BUY $ 00 :& Electric Irons (guaranteed lELctric Fans _._ _._ _$10 and Electric Urns _ __ ___ and '
Stone up ( $5.00
land; G. W. City; : $100| All Ladies' and $1 BUY ;X for life) I up'
;. Corn, Atlanta. .. Children's Regular $1.50 Dresses.and$1.25Values. $1.50 and $1.25Shirt ..f - h-- - 3.50 to $5.00 (Electric Toasters___-____-__ .$5.00Mazda| Electric Lights30e to $2 r "'

: Waists.
II Union Center II il
: VERY-BEST We arethe'Freezer.Exclusive With Agents for the OUR There is no better time to Screen Your Windows, y
' one of these Freezers r
> Come and see our Dollar Day window and then spend your money. in your home you can make perfect ice cream--de- Doors or Sleeping Porch than RIGHT NOW. 'Keep- .1' '
Mr. Claud Tison. and Mis Pearl where you KNOW the 2'Oodthat's the licious and smooth in texture-in 5 minutes. Come out the malaria mosquito ;with our double thick hardIn
Swinney were married June 24th and and see them before you buy a Freezer. steel Wire Screening. Ask about it and
"' will make their home in Jacksonville. Prices -__ _._h____.._Oh_________._.$1.90 and up price. ug get our ',
Their friends at Union Center extend
; congratulation, H. C. STANFORD CO. (t
Mrs. Hilliard writes from Tampa' : '

f ;.,,that she. 1i getting along nicely. .' Osceola Hardware Co.
Mrs.'Wetherbee Mrs
;Wetherbee and, little son vie[drat : The Store That Gives You, Exactly. What/1t Adreklses.
''Will Wetherbee's Tue day. They also .
pent a pleasant day at the C. II. Funk oo oooo..o..oo..ooooo. ,
.y .
.home on Wednesday. : .- -- -. ---
) There were quite a number who ,
r went to St. Cloud Saturday to celebrate .' -Foe
the Fourth. Mr. Aaron Story "
won the prize In the 100-yard dash. Take Our Profits 1
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee Mr. and L The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars. ;;: if
Mrs. Ira Wetherbee and Mrs. Anna "
Wetherbee had supper at the J. K. ) '\'.
tt Hilliard home Thursday. night of last ji
,, week, : f.
Mrs. Chas. William visited with'r '
I .
Mrs.: C. 'M. Smith and Evelyn Friday I .

. i afternoon.Mr.. and. Mrs. Rep. Floyd of Kissim! TUE4LZT STORE J'::1...

mee spent Sunday with her parents" ."
;y. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barber. .. 'd.
; Mrs. Geo. Wcthcrbeo, who'has I>p.f.n I
fEg.. visiting here for several weeks, re I 1,. .f
'- turnedtto her home in Tampa Tuesday. I ......
July 7th. t .
irr Miss Byrtle Barber visited with Miss j ...
ik Jannette Lawson last Sunday.
rq Come one! Come all! I

,'v.,x - -To-the-Mother-Oooae Tuesday night July the cati4 14th, iOn Your Dimes, Quarters 1 V TEST YOUR DOLLARS ON DOLLAR DAY AT OUR STORE.R.

She will ride with I' .
care and Dollars farther
i And Her her steed stories through to you the will air repeat. -I buy more in here, than at Look at These Bargains. Look !I :i'\.4.

"+ The King will be there any store Kissimmee, f

Counting money with care; 4 .. .!f
I' The Queen will be close by his side. "

1' Who And little sat in Jack the corner Homer This is the only place in Kissimmee where READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT -8

,* Eating plums till he almost died.
1 Everything in this department is all and more than represented honest

Here will be Miss Mand y you can buy everything you need for your house, quality, satisfying in service.and at a price you can't duplicate anywhere else in
To sell some candy in this city. ;
8yir'? you f
A. good as was ever on sale. from can openers to coffee pots--or for yourselfand E
And Simon the Simple' Good Serviceable Wash Dresses. all Children's Wash

r Who fished for a nibble I I.C every member of the family, from overalls sizes and all color, only___________ 9Sc Men's and Boys' Hats Hats, Straws also Straw and,Felts at._, 2Sc Mrt
+1,1 Right out of his mother's pail Extra Shirt Waists

1 .. )' -.;And t.heold"oman that nail (' and hats to dresses:=for less than one dollar. 49c Quality to-j.___________-___, _-bargain________at_ 9Sc Men'at lOc Trouser to --.-good---. quality,--at--_-_-_-_-$1.00 98c .

"Lives under the hill; Good Muslin Petticgat.only 4c. Sandal*-all sizes -50c to____-____I
/ 'They! that she never tell lies/ '- Perhaps don't believe it. That's Good Gown = 98c. ,
aay you why we bargains at 50c Men' Overall. 25c to________ jgf h
i So come at her call: 75c and ______ t
_ _______ __ 18c
Ladies White
.r There is plenty for all, ; want to and Come in ---- Canvas Oiford__II"___ 9Sc t {
f., For she will have all kinds of pies.n. you come see. Saturdayand Men' and Women' Stocking. lOc to__ 25e _. y .

, w. CURIUE': TA11.. I make us prove that the following values are KITCHEN DEPARTMENT ,
t Orlan'd-D. W. Currie of this city,
now confined in the county jail of the offered in Kis Here you cn glad avuytlsisg for year Kiteke rom Can Opener to "
)'i ; Seminole ('ount)", 'charged with mue- greatest money savers ever P--*--."d everything priced at f re* 5 t. 25 teat l.wer than Roasting 4ItJui
;!*< log this 'morning at Sanford, at which :
-' '!he will be pspresented by Attorneys .
Davis & Giles and Carl Robinson. Dish Pant tin and enameled, at 10 'to 44c Route, nameled '
EXTRA--JET JEWELRY SPECIALS at 25c to_________ 39c
'k Cunle is charged with murder in Cooking Pot, enameled, all size, at 25c Coffee Pot .,
'connection ,with the killing of B. F/ .' ' some enameled al I 10c to 35c
r to ., .:..... 4Sc
----- ---- ----------* Big Drinking Goblet
..Bryan.'at.'Jury Chuluota' bound on him June\ over The.eorone. the HAM Beautiful" Black Jewels" are-all tile Rag Right Now. CO..d 'Me ear large' Skillets, all size*, at lOc to_____,_,.__ -25 J Stone Tea Pots at 25c(dx to_)_._only-=_________ 3 39$*: ,
" &;'*Mury'on the charge of man- Mortment. -1q,$ '
laughter flxln bail at '115,000. ? uARDWAR DEPARTMENT 4Towet

,,. *'wWcVwas' 'readily' Rivcm. Relatives of"Bryan Jet Ring _--- ______________.___. ,1C Broaches ___......____*:..---______-_ 10e 1"
dissAtlsnttdwitbthe'Tw"diet 1 Rack, only I ..... '
f;:;.I.t : at;worf the'*oron ri* Jury.and wervrant - JetEarriags--------1 .__ ----- '10c WScti (3>Jqy.-r-: ,,,_,._.._i,. ,JOe Bread Knives. only-------v-+----,- tOe 10c Chain!'Seat; atFearing ------.:..-------_--l0er i

".. thargtng: murder: was sworn out Shoe Buckle ._-_______.--.--;:..,_--- JOe Shirt Waist Ring ,_r__.,..,---.._.,--. 10e.k at 25c to___-_-_-.-_-_-?--_-_-----*-_------ 45c :Two-foot Knives Rule,, at ___' ___________ Sc. t

,r ',.l P.1atk&-P Sutherland purcna: > '. ' -. . Cro* e _-.._ .iii-----iii".w; .-. >* _,_ ""' .. Tack Pullers at ??----_._ lOe Hinaes (net oair at>.. ----------------.1 at .1. }F$
.,.y >o.i, J ed_ Mel...,. ton... ..;,|,Lumber,, company i... .. .;, will-. en* > -----.-------_,;:.'' ie"t
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