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 17, 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: VID00655
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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4 at Mexico City until wa could THE COUNTY BULKIJEAD PROPERTY OF i

0 get our hands on him" General O I J' NON-RESIDENT IIOLDERS AND

4 Villa said here today when he I TO ASSESS THEM FOR IMPROVEMENTS. .
. 4 learned of Huerta's resignation. <
"'.}tjj.f'r.' .- -"That-Mfc hfr-Oflly-romroent-I-*' .- .
4 care to make," he added. "I am AWAKt--
4 a soldier and do not care to express *I I
) After thoroughly invesigatlng the 4
4 of the traitor'sresignation. 4
i' 1 : w ,,aa pse.a'Z.e 4 my opinion. 4 I II It | feasibility of building a wall along the ITfZm
I lake front the committee bulk-
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,IrrIlllllllillllllllllll Local Association's Work heading is ready to make a favorable
I Ili, Mexico City J"ijf lo.-i.eneral Vic-t report to the city council f
r toriano Huerta tigned\ from the Provisional The committee employed Capt. O.

Presidency of the-MexIcan Re- Has N Bie, a well known government 1
Its EffectST. en-d
I public tonight and his resignation was gineer located at Tampa, to make a
accepted by the Senate and Chamberof survey of the lake front and to devise
Deputies by a vote of 121 to 17. a plan whereby the work can be

Francisco Carbajal then was appointed CLOUD NOW successfully done. The committee's - #
president and took the oath of PROPOSES TO port and that of Captain Die as they '
The above is a good picture of Kis- office at the joint session of the Dep- FORM A GROWERS' ASSOCIATION will be presented to the city council utr
simmee's new hospital of which it uties and Senators. TO' WORK IN COOPERATION follows: w.-
: COUNTY COURT may well be proud. Few towns the I KISSIMMEEBEATS Huerta's resignation was submitted WITH LOCAL BODY. The Honorable City Council,
size of this afford hospitals of any | through the Department of Foreign Klssimmee, Fla.:
sort and many towns claiming twice Relation It was read in the House I r
the population of KIssimmee cannot |I and Was greeted with cries of "Viva Gentlemen:
IS IN SESSION boast of so modern an institution as CUBANSThat Huerta.' It then was referred to the Interest in the OsceOla County Fruit Pursuant to your appointment' of U* i
the Rivers Hospital at the corner of I joint committees of Governacion. After and Truck Growers association is spread- as Lake a Committee on Bulkhead-rpy the '
beg to say that we .took- the)
Dakin avenue and Aultman street
brief consideration the committees ing as was evinced by the presence ofa
I matter promptly and have girenjt .
Dr. T. M. Rivers, one of the best the in up .
reported, acepting resignation
delegation of St. Cloud the
known in the is men at quite a good deal of attention since.
physicians county, responsible the
following terms: meeting of the association last Satur-I We employed Capt. E. M. Bie the
for the eaabhshment\ of the crack Romeo and Juliet team I )
"Article 1. We the
The July term of the county court accept resignation day, who to into the U.
hospital and owns and operates it. from Tampa that we had heard would came inquire pur- S. engineer, located at Tampa Flat., ,.
Vlctonano '
has been in session aU this week, and presented by and
pose of the organization:, to make a survey of the lake front.,
to the public in March of this surely clean the Kissimmee
Opened boysin '
up Huerta President of the Mexican
I as
the following cases hve been disposedof and afterward themselves and- .
expressed to recommend a plan of bulk- n
to the didn't do it. -
people were quick appreciate game Thursday, United States.
up to Thursday night: year as anxious to establish a branch asso- { heading. He went into the matter
value to the and i The Cubans didn't
its city enough
even put enough call
patronage up "Article 2-We Licentiate Fran-
William Yates charged with the elation in St. Cloud work
to out local has submitted
has been accorded it to put resistance to make the anythingmore Minister ))I a complete
exhibition game cisell'Carabajai, of Foreign detailed
of dangerous and
improper a problems and be
yet co-operate report together with
the institution on a substantial basis. than ordinarily interesting, and map.
Relations to assume the Presidency. j I
weapon on two counts. Upon motions asociated with the body here. and recommendation concerning this
The hospital building is located in a the Kissimmee team toyed leisurely
the both eases A ballot was taken and the joint J. Star Anderson James Grinn
jfgA prosecuting attorney eo. W. work. We hand 70Uhi. report here +
quiet section of the city and at the i along to the finish with a score of 6 session approved the report.
1 ere nolle prossed.A. James and Captain Frost, the St. Cloud with. +
same limo is very accessible. With to 4. The text of General Huerta's resig-
Smith with sellingwhiskey v
charged that they would make an Expense Incurred.'The .
around its Two hours'and
plenty'or and, ten minutes
open space I were nation follows: immediate I
in dry territory. Case continued of the in I
canvass '
entire which has bean
' numerous airy hallways and porches it I II. consumed b.y the game. expense,
on account of defendant now is delightfully cool day and night. Both teams played slow. Bane was Text/of the Resignation."Deputies the vicinity of St. Cloud and felt sure Incurred in this matte has been $12.00
serving sentence in Orange county. Both interior and exterior walls are not in the best form and let six men ''and' Senators: that when the benefits of a growers'association J I'Ito S. H. Bullock for preparing a map i
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.40. William: K. Sargent charged withowning all white and the floors are finishedas pass, but he was evidently sure of the "Publi rnecessity, admitted by the were understood they could I of the lake front togeth.r'with shut

and operating an automobile as to require only small rugs, game all along, and did not turn him> Chamber Deputies, by the Senate, form a strong organization in that of the apparent owners thereof and
without license Case continued because making the house as sanitary as it is self loose. Amtnons pleased the fans I|\ 1e Court called me city also. Every meeting the local. 9178.00 to Captain Bie+ for his Mrrices. .
state witness was not fn the attractive. In addition to the waiting with his work at the bat. I to the supreme ministry ofthe Re- holds seems bigger and better than.the Both these bills have, prior to

county. room dining room, kitchen, nurses One of the largest crowds of the 1 public. Later when in this same hall last, the growers entering Into- tbs ia1MImr"nW-*four Honorable.Body .... 7 ,
Lucie Davis, charged with selling i quarters and bath there is one sick season witnessed the game Thursdayand I had'the honor of addressing you in plans for work with unexpected en- t for payment and we understand
whiskey. Case dismissed because of ward on the first floor and also a sup- it immensely,though I it was compliance with the constitutional thusiasm. Already a number of them they have been paid.1 r
imperfect information.P. ply closet The remaining wards are not enjoyed contest. The game with precept I promised at all costs to have listed with the secretary what We thought the best plan to accomplish 4+
E. Morgan,charged with continue on the second floor along with another Palatka, scheduled for Saturday af- bring about peace. crops they propose to put in for the r the work would be to .t.'the'
the state game laws. Case closet "Seventeen have fall and winter the amount of acreage I various holders interested to
supply sterilizing room, operating ternoon is being antici-' ? months passed and property.
by agreement of. counseL room and bath. All the equip- pated w|itinterest I I in that brief period of time I have to' be cultivated, eta agree among themselves, .and .male ,,"
Sclpio Lesesne, charged with aggravated ment that found in the .communication from the loriila individual with the ;
is best hospitals Score of Thursday's game: I formed an army of men with whichto contracts ecntr ae-
assault was tried and acquitted. of the country and every detail Tampa CaaaasA, .H.H.PO.A.1!:. I ITbe. I carry out that solemn promise You Grower and Shippers' League acknowledged I tor to carry out the specifications pro
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has been prepared with a view to the .n- .all know the immense difficulties which posed by Captain Bie. So tar we havebeen
Tabane Ib _______ ;
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with assault contained
L. B. Drawdy charged growers-.and membership -
comfort of patients. Llno. rl ____.__-_ 4 0 I'. t- U my government has encountered owing unable to get two>> of the proper.ty .
and battery. Case continued. De At this time two graduate nurses Pratt. tb _____..:_-___ J 6 6 s t GCorcho. to a scarcity of funds as well as to cards which were distributed. < holders, both of whom are nonresidents
fendant's attorney attending court in ct __________ 4 t J I 1. 0Edle I Another interesting communication '
' are kept employed in this institution.Miss 2b ____. . a o nCecar the manifest and decided protection i of the city and who own a Ut-
Orange county. Morrison of Philadelphia, is the ss- ----:.:.:.:.-:.:. 4 i \ o \ 0 which a great power of this continent, Continued Page"Twelve. tie more than. throe blocks fronting cm
Arthur Daniel, charged with embezzlement head nurse and she is ably assisted by Farrera a _._________ I 0 0 10 I 0llulterres has afforded to the Rebels-so much I on I '
on three counts. Continued. I I Miss Whitbeck.BALE p _n_ ___ I I 0 0 Z e so that when the revolution had been I Continued on Page Twelve. }
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Attorney for defendant sick. .
-- ---- 20 4 e 14 7 4 broken up, seeing that its chief leaders I Osceq/a Hardware
John Smith, charged with larceny, were and continued to be divided, ]
tried and found guilty. Sentence later. I K 1a'i.oeeAli, H H 1-0,A, 1.:. the in ;I FIXTURES FOR BONTON ::"*}
__ power question sought a pretextto
PROBLEM H Pounds 8. hn I Z 0 .0 0 2Alvey
Mattie Jackson, charged with ag- rf 4 I Z 6 0 0 intervene directly in the conflict Recovers Stolen I
gravated assault, tried and acquitted.Joe I'ayne. II _h.n_,. 6 0 Z Z I 0HrPeklnrldge and the result of this was the outrage tn
Lesesne with Ib 3 0 0 1 I 1Bu..a HAT SHOP 1
charged aggra- It ___-- __.___ 4 0 I 0 0 0 committed at Vera Crua: by the Amer- Goods; ThiefEscapesiWith ;;
vated assault Case nolle prossed
K Pound, rf __ --_ 4 0 2 0 1 1 ican fleet ,
upon motion of prosecuting attorney.Joe : Ba.s, 21 _ __ __ 4 0 II Z Z II -
Lesesne, for carrying concealed BEFORE BOARDMost Taylor. ; : 0 1 Ir : 0Harse Veiled Thrust at Uncle Sam. The fixtures have been ordered for
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Nolle crossed on motion of ___ __ was as you the of in cash
weapons. Ammon Ib dO. 3 I Z 1\\ 0 6 exception $14.90 the Bon Ton Hat Shop, which is to be
prosecuting attorney. - - - adjusting honorably, through our delegates and probably a pocket knife or two I'I' the name of the new millinery store 1
Gill Thomas, charged with assault 36 6 12 27 14 at Niagara Falls, the petty I and a cheap watch, all of the articles to be opened in the near future by .
to short
and battery. State witness sick. Case of the time at the Board of nlnR. Ammons.goes going: stop first In bap first. In-Hfounds Tampico incident, but the revolution stolen from the Osceola Hardware Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck and Mrs. Nellie .\
continued. for this term of court. Trade meeting Monday night was runs for r.t"o In 4th. also In continued with the support of whomwe i store last week, have been recovered, i Rehero. The shop which will be located )
Chas. MojBtsd'oca, et al., charged taken up with a discussion'' of baseball 6th and 8th all know. but the burglar is still at large. in the Wilson building on Darlington !
with assault and battery.'oeeed matters, in which the whole city is interested Score by Innlntf*- RH.I':. "Yet, after the highly patriotic work The robbery occurred some time avenue, is to be modern and up ',''''i'
upon motion of the prose- at this time. '" KiB lmmee .h'_ 001 801 00'- 12 4 achieved byour delegates at Niagara Thursday night, and was not discovered :- 'I to the minute in every detail and in
Vfnting attorney. Through a series of misunderstandings Tampa Cubans 020 000 011- 8, 4 Falls, there are still some who say I, until time for opening the store inaugurating this policy the fixtures. "' i
Ike Nettles, charged with larceny, it Umpire-J. W Simpson come what may, seek my personal interest when it found I +
appears the city now has on its Friday morning, was ][ ordered are of the_ latest Style. used . ,
,.tiled and acquitted. hands a ball park, grandstand and a CHILD PAINFULLY BURNED. and not that of tjie Republic.And that a thief had made an entrance Into --" in the,business. "
0*> Mack Potter, charged with larceny, hired ball team for which nobody is Little Elberton Wilson, the two as I need to rebut this allegationwith the store through one of the windows )I[ As has been stated before the shop i i
tried and acquitted.Ed. financially responsible, and it is year old son of Mr. and Mrs. M. IX: facts I tender my formal resignation where an iron grating was broken will carry exclusive millinery and a ..
Austin, charged with larceny, doubtful to say just how much more Wilson, who recently moved from this of the Presidency of the Re- and therefore not securely fast '' fashionable dressmaking' business is .,}
pleaded guilty. Sentence later. baseball Kissimmee will have this city to Campbell Station, was severe- public. ened. The putty from around the win- to be done also. Mrs. Woodbeck is jn :
Sam Lesesne, charged with gamb- season. A hearty effort is beipg madeto ly burned Wednesday.The "The National Congress must know dow pane had been removed and the the north at'this time, buying stock: :
ling. Case noUep ed. clear the ball park of indebtedness child was playing in the yard that the Republic, through its government glass carefully taken out. The thief I and advising with her trimmer.
Sam Lesesne, charged with assaultas and thus preserve it for athletic purposes where a trash pile was burning, and has labored in entire good faith made l his getaway with between twen I' ,
battery, tried and acquitted. and if the ball team continues accidently got into the hoT cinders. and with the fullest energy, having ty-five and fifty knives, a number of
Serena Green, charged with discharging -. playing popular subscriptions will His feet were badly burned, but at succeeded in doing away with theparty boxes of shells, several searchlights, INDIANA FAMILY. : I
firearms in public, pleaded have to be raised for its maintenance. this time he is getting along very .. which in the United States calls I watches, razors, two rifles and one t
guilty. Sentence suspended. .. The Board of Trade committeemenwho nioelv. Continued 'On Twelve. shot run. It Is not known whether KJI
Serena Green charged with omprop- I directed the preparation of the Page had an accomplice or not. / ?t
ec: use guilty] ; fined $25 and cost or thirty have incured heavy Indebtedness Sheriff Ingram was notified and shortly II _
days in jail. which the board as an executive afterward he had spotted :
CIVIL SUITS.. body disclaims any knowledge of, or Another Dollar I| with two or three new knives bear According to word; received from <
Day W. T. Vail of LaPort Ind. who
having given any: authority for.* Ac the Osceola Hardware mark. This accompanied
W. II. Johns vs. R. A. Reed. Dam- to the minutes of the body no I negro claimed the knives were given by C. ,E. Homer, of Hammond .:iX',
_, rage uitt amount asked $295. Con- official report has ever been made of him and said if the sheriff would not Ind., recently visited here and .- .
Ainued by consent of counsel. the hiring of a ball team or the Monday August 17th I lock him up he would produce the purchased property northeast of the J:1:
'" New South River vs. Klssimmre city, he ana his enroute to I
11I' company scheduling of games.. Yet the facts negro who gave them to him. He family are .r.r
Auto company. Damage suit exist that the city has both a ball park o later took the sheriff to the house Kiasimmee to make their' home. Mr- t r<* )
amount asked, $MO. Continued by and a hired team. I; where the guilty man had been stopping Vail shipped his household nods on .
,.consent of cotniel. In justice to the committee who bad I but the thief had heard the officers the 10th.: inst. started South with his '
.Town of St. Cloud vs. E. G. F rri.. charge of the building of the grandstand Yes! Kisiimmec is to have another DOLLAR DAY. The Aral were after him and he beat it family on the 16th. and momenterir. I1r
Damage suit amount asked, $110. it is for tall ly I expected in the ejty.; :'
acknowledged that they did DOLLAR DAY in Kissimmee was a IUCCCM; the second will be a greater timber. He had about twenty
Continued by consent of counsel. minutes start of the sheriff and his When in the city leas than a month
City of St. Cloud vs. J. F. Fe' riL Continued on Page Seven. success, a* the people are coming to realize what it means to them the mel;!, and although they followed him ago Mr. Vail, through H. M..Breaker i ".

Continued by consent of courneL merchants will enter into the pint of the day with more enthusiasm; and for some time the trail was lost in the and Company bought twenty acres off .1
Agnes Rhoades by C. B. Rho swamps out from town and the thief a portion of :Rag", grove i :,
... A. E. Drought. Damage COMPTROLLER KNOTT a' greater determination to demonstrate THAT YOUR DOLLAR ISI: has not been located yet. two miles northeast of the 'city on. r

amount asked, $600. Case contin WORTH MORE RIGHT HERE in Kitsimmee than anywhere elie. It was 'found, however, that he had the St.. Cloud road. A| present there '\ ,

.by- consent of counsel. left the stolen lot behind with the ex- are about three acres in grove but thegrove I f
VISITS KISSIMMEEMr. Dollar Day does not necessarily mean that everything bought or ception of the cash and one or two acreage will be increased 'con .", i'O',
... ... .......... . .. small articles. AU the articles, except siderable at onco. Mr. Vail and his* ; ",i
;f O sold on that day should represent just an even dollar; it mean that will '.
your the guns, had been rcfuU7 '.aeked j family live on the,property. A 'oJ :;:,...
CITY COUNCIL MEETING.. dollar or.dollars, will buy will (farther will have increased in box and it t
away a he
t' Florida's more go an '
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value. because 11 of the will offer values for that planned to get out at the. STORE 4 fI'
. ;' There will be an adjourned comptroller, stopped off in Kissimmee merchant special one first opportunity. V.ylfANN'g CROCjERIV y :):t

f- '! JL* meeting of the city council tot Tuesday the and spent some.time' 'tn meeting : day. These special offering may consist of article that may be. purchased Since coming to Kissimmee the nei i The Dim and Da'nn, Crooery:cora-, ./h
; peo them knowthat'he
o'clock in the city 41vt
t "#> night' at 7:30 Is in thuenor for dollar they offer dollar rebate certain gro has been- going under the name | ; Hid th*;week
1vt+has Matters relative to the governor one or may one on of Otis Johnson according to to.Walter.aye.areon u\: 1 T7
r' ,* electric light plant and a report 4 Mrs 'Knott has i many friends .here purchases they m""aimpI7 offer for negroes ; ,'* Considertionnot *.* ) "oJ'
or: extra good value any amount here who knew him but Sheriff In made public- *' .S
and he .
was given that '
e bulkheading committee ares + I assurances encouraged -
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:. him considerably' for the they fee fit. gram through investigation has ricer.tamed | .,It understood that the en4ir..tock .
will likeI I
subjects that forthcoming contest" While* In Kis- that he is Otis Fields,_ an_a* ,will' be'moved to the,Waters and Carson T
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; HEXT'DOU:4.1D caped convict sentenced two years ago -store, on the corner of.,Stewart:;:: -
--- slmmeerMr. Knott-took-time to-,
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r A SINGLE YEAR I, Pauline Akers, M. II. Alderman -
ri Mrs. Mabcnla Alline, James
i W. Platte and J. C. McFarland Burns, Mrs. Lizzie Burns, G. H. Bryan The foundation for the new portionof
The republicans met in convention the electric house is
county fish business being
have taken over the power
l 'has. Bronsin Isaac Brown
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.t Wednesday at the city hall in formerly conducted by Ross Graves ( The rate of increase of rats is what makes them all the more terrible Tony Carter, J. C. Climion, C. II. laid this week and work on the building -
a St. Cloud and nominated the following as the Kissimmcce Fish Company, In the course of a single year a pair of ruts will give birth to [ Damn, J. K. hay Mrs. Emma Davis will begin' at once. The additionwill
t ticket to be voted on in the next regular and will practically have charge of | from 50 to <>8 rats in three to five litters. In less than a year and a Henry Goldon, Mrs. Ella Gaulding be fifteen feet in width and ex- off

j election, November :ail I: the fishing industry carried on from ( half the pair of rats can count its progeny up to a thousand. for when Henry Gordon (Spl. Del.), Robert J.end the entire length of the present I

Congress, Fourth District-S. S. II. this point. The new firm will Uei( rats are only six months old they begin to breed; HO the parent pair Burns Hall, Robert Johnson, James structure. When' completed the plant twill
= + Pope against W. J. Sears. knowh an the' Platte and McFarland will have great grandchildren within a year counting from the' date of I Johnson Joe Johnson, Morvin John- all be under one roof and the-

r County Commissioner, Third District Fisheries and the business will continue t the first litter. All of the progeny breeding at the same rate, the increase Hon, R. J. Johnson, Earnest Jones, Sol. building to all appearances will be a /*
((8t. Cloud-J) S. Bullard. to beoperated from the present I is enormous. This explains the terrible' depredations of these I Jordan, Jim Keyes, W. M. Little H. new one throughout. *
County Commissioner, First Di8tr t"tCapt. headquarters as both market and II rodents and they destroy valuable] food to the extent of millions of Moron Cad McCoy, Mis. Lue New- It is planned to have the building
for the
equipment have been rented from Mr. ready new machinery ordered
dollars each
Clay Johnson of Kissimmee. year. ton, Paul Nettles Miss Ella May Nick-
delivered here the first of October
Graves. I they considered valuable but under' law, Jos. A. Praster Mrs. Adar Pine- ,
Formely were as scavengers
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction and the enlarged will be
The plan of the new firm had been plant fully
modern method/! of sanitation they are unnecessary and are now dell, G. C. Scully Mrs. E. E. Sylvester -
for Osceola
S. M.
County-Dr. to fishermen at Lake Kissimmeeand | equipped to handle the increased busI-
put known to be spreaders of disease' hE'annjerm"/ from house to house Miss Ida Smith, Mrs. G. L. Sullivan I
Cooper. have the fish brought to the local ness winter' brings.
Mrs. Minnie G. L.
even from individual to individual. Hughey, care
School Board, Thirl District Will market to be prepared for shipment.This Sullivan Mrs.
Mattie Warren L. E.
The' increase is that has slow I ,
i lam Birchard. has been abandoned for the pres- so rapid trapping rats proved a very
of getting rid of them. Even poison, though more effective, works Whatley. PALACE DRUG STORE'INSTAUS
ent because of the low water and the' way
County .Assessor of Taxes-M. II. for the of the The best method B. B. SIMPSON, NEW WINDOWS "1
Porter of Klasimmec. consequent expense of getting they I too slowly stamping out scourge. of .
fish to this point, but considerablelocal \ getting rid of the rats is administering of the virus of a deadly rat Postmaster.IN
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The ticket being left incomplete the business in being done. : disease, discovered by the Pasteur Institute in Paris. This virus may
1 convention will met again in adjourned Mr. McFarland will have charge of I be bought, and when' placed before t the ruts is quickly devoured giving :; BANKRUPTCY COmH.I' j The popular Palace Drug Store has
'. session, July 29, at 2 p. m., in the city the business here' through the summer I them a contagious disease fatal to the ruts but not communicable to I been' made more attractive by the addition 1'
J hall of St. Cloud to complete its work. months, Mr. Platte' returning to Illi- I other animals or human beings. Through his atorneys, Vans Agnew of two front show windows anda
I' new tile .entrance and other '
& Crawford and W. J. Ross extensive -
r nois until fall. During the winter' season According to a bulletin l issued by the Ohio state board of health Sears interior
-- '
- improvements anticipated -
Graves filed' schedules] in are
r-; the business will be enlarged] and I I there are more rats in the United States than there' are people. The I' bankruptcy I in the
last attached near The show
", Mr. Platte will be here to help look ; annual cost of each rat has boon computed at H.HO in Great Britain.,, Tuesday to which is n windows
good and
are for
for j allow Y Yan
after it. in Denmark and in France. The of proposition composition on a basis
; $1.20 $1 upkeep a rat in the Unit.edState.s I effective
COME TO I of :25! per cent. cash. display of the store'scommodities.
is about half a cent a day. K'-timatmg\ one' rat to each penon.Jti7OOO.OOO {
s 1 \ I IRUBMYTISM $1 ; is lost annually l by the depredations. I The schedules show total assets ofltKiU.M5j Sam
Ragsdalo, the
$ :! ;. included in which is all j genial {
tor, is determined
to make the ,
CORONADO real estate', promissory notes without
BEACH endorsements( stock of hardware and Drug Store up-to-date in every re

accounts receivable.' Eliminating from spect.

e Spend your summer vacationat the shore figure the sum of $f>,ROH.iil,
Coronado Beach. For Apartments Will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia. \ NEWSTOREANDOFFICE I $203 FROM HALF ACRE preferred' claims, which includes mortgages .
; :-:+:-
: <
Headaches Cramps, Colic on the real estate, there is a net .'. ----x :-:-:-:-
V Cottages, or Board, write Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns Old ': balance of assets of $0,354.31 and tIi -
or apply I BLDG. FOR BROADWAYWorkmen OF IRISH POTATOES against this the schedules show
Sores Tetter KingWorm.Eczema unsecured -
to'I I claims amounting to $lIi.-! Ii $ $ s j) $ 1E
f M. etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, f 905.08.

+ used internally externally 25c begun this week' to teardown T. H. Prevatt of the i Mr. Graves'claims Saved by purchasing ;
'1 ys Coronado, Fla. the two wooden buildings on I one prominent as his exemptionunder a
I fruit men and truckers of the Seville I the law'alowing him $1,000 on
Mrs. L. W.
owned by Pilloy Ix
J;;;" .and as as the lots are cleared section, holds the record for the best personal property and onequarteracre ; Select Home
contracts soon will be let for the construc- crop of Irish potatoes from a half acre of land in the city, only the house Choice Farm .'
of land, and it is the same muck land hold goods and effects in the home in
modern brick buildings
of ,
tion two
the structures will- have afiftyfoot fine crops of potatoes are grown. each covered by a mortgage to its full I --- _
1'LORIDA STATE) fOLtKGfa 'FOR UNIVERSITY OK FLORID; street front and will be two year. value. .
WOMEN, T4LL ICUSEJD. On this half Mr. Prevatt The friends AcreageAsk
UA1NESVILLK. stories high, built of red brick. Plans acre says many of Mr. Graves
COLLEGE OK the Florida rower, used two sacks of sincerely his financial
ARTS AND 8CINCE8 Eight Collrgeii and Division: LIBRHAI. ,call for one large store room in one regret difficulties -
-l ] : NORMAL SCHOOL:! HCHH>I, seed at the last and that
: AHTS: LAW; ENO1NEERINO; potatoes planting September hope he will be able to
OP MUSIC and two roomsin :
} SCHOOL OK; SCHOOL ART: EXTENSION OF EXPRESSION DIVI, l.KtIK Aumcui/rt'RE; TEACHKHSCOL.; ,! .- building the second building. The entire and produced{ barrels'] as a so arrange his affairs that he-can Mrs. Summers J
SION GRADUATE : EXPERIMENT STATION; EX- ) the same t selling for $203.50( continue in business.
; HCHoOI.fod..rll crop or of
TKNW1IIN the Elite
niVISION: OHAIHTATK space of the upper floors in each Realty Parlor, 608
z fymlla.lum with nwlmmlnir pool: Ims- SH'HCHlI( Ten nfW brlrk )ulldtn tea. !h..- over $400 to the acre. This was from -- -- -- Penfield
used for office South
will rooms. street Kissim-
modern tennla court.; new und rtlili-H K> ", ,,,,..Iunl.( Hwiminlng: pool and building the fall planting. The same land) 1 is GOOD; ROADS. .
; beautiful .. It will be thirty days before -
PuIJdhiga cauiuua. many subsidiary lniU I
nil i now growing spring crop, plants
modern conven .. liiHlructnr' nod! UH |HHIHB.| 35<' the the brick buildings mee.A
.work on I
::1, iences mOat ,hygienic new dining in roomand kitchen ymiiiK men from 47 Florida countiesand begins but the work will be pushedwith the last of January, and will be ready.! j I i Be a booster for good roads. In choice 40 acres of citrus
Florida I
l : 418 I
young 24 Hinted and foreign countriesl for market next month, and usut.lK')
'* women from 49 countlm and 12 .Ial,'. l HI'Rflinn all possible haste so that the working for good roads you are working land bordering oft a beautiful
set aeaalon.'t the spring crop sells at a higher pric> for increased in Florida. lake. _A rare bargain.
be before the" prosperity
+ TUITION FREE In College and Normal TUITION; "I--HKK. BOARD AND; ENTRANCE buildings may complete : than the fall make. In addition to A
state that is the
School.! Hoard l and entrance fee. FEES $182.60 per year. fall and winter seasons open : winter playground
for lli'ryfar! U24. For catalogue i write AVrtlt today for cntalogue.' these two crops per year from the of thousands of wcl-to-do people must For rent-a new 5-room plastered -
JEUWAIIU CONRAD 1'RESIDENT A A MUlll'HHKE. PHESIDENT. fame land a summer crop of corn, meet modern' requirements in the bungalow' flowing well;

''t --- -- .. SCENIC ARTISTS I sugar cane, peas or something else i is of improved facilities for getting way large lot; suitable for a garden
|i ; - -- .... produced.Mr. about. This is the day of automobile-. ,
. ..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOr : Prevatt is only one of many The who
people can afford automo- $ 1
? who are producing these several $ $ j) J) 1t
C*.. ATTRACT CROWDThe crop biles are of the class that we. want in t
per acre on these muck lands aroun i Florida
as permanent rIMidentR..FJotida
r The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars l Lake Louise and the crops of potatoes I Grower. P41. ooooeooooooOO.
Sosman brothers of Atlanta I bring to the growers, in the aggregate : -
from 6,000 to 10,000 twice
who the for I
are painting stage scenery --
the casino, have been delighting -
Graystone year.You

an interested crowd of1 spec- lar.d for couldn't 1,000. Indeed buy an, an acre of' easily th's The Place Where You Get That
THE.LIMITSTORE 1 tators who gather from time to timeto I nets the grower half' this acre amount "Royal Tailor" Look j.L-
: watch them work. Several times
not the
every year, including flummE'r'crop.
this week the artist have been work- ',
And how is this for Florida] i
ing at night and to make the theater
land-three crops a year and big mon-
cooler have left all the doors open.' Oliver
I The lighted house attracted visitors ey-tnakers

The place where you can buy everything you need for less than half I and when no objection was made to NEW CHURCH AT MILLIARD'S

what you will pay for the same goods at the other stores. We have I their presence soon a fair sized au- ISLANDThe
t(' dience was watching gay pictures SuitatoriumJOIN
slaughtered the "high
price" bugbear-buried him completely, deeply,
grow on the canvas under the magic new union church at Milliard's
out of sight, never to be resurrected.
brush' of the artist.
Island is in the course of construction

''i Our selling policy of quick sales at a small profit means more sales FINED FOR BEING DRUNK 'I and will be completed as rapidly as I f I

for us--because it enables every person who buys here to make a cash possible. The structure is to be on 1 OUR SUIT CLUB

tit 1 saving of one half. Come and test us on this big Eugene Evans, giving: his place of I concrete and will be roomy enough to ;: :
residence as Frost Proof, was hauled i accomodate the congregation for sev-I i

h' MONDAY into mayor's court Tuesday morningon ,': eral years. NOW-SAVE MONEY '-
SPECIAL a charge of being drunk on the '
streets the night before. He was fined 1 GOOD POINT FOR PICKLE FAC-
:tt: Regular 25c. size $5 and costa.REELECT TORY.
!!! Colgate's Voilet f --- I
0 t Gainesville Fla.-The Board of Boys, now j is .the time to join our new suit club! Don't waste
Talcum Powder Sale I C MAYOROF PENSACOLA I Trade has issued this statement: "The valuable time trying to clean your own clothes when you can join this
: .Monday - I annual drop in prices on the eastern' club and have it done right at a price so small you won't miss it. jl,, l I
'" I Pensacola-The city commissionerswere markets finds hundreds of acres of
called into special session owingto cucumbers in the territory immediately Cleaning and pressing is our business, and we have facilities
4 # Good Serviceable Wash Dresses I the fact that the city was withouta around"'Gainesvillc with a crop not for doing the work thoroughly. We do it quickly too, and deliver .
' i -* Q mayor, and unanimously re-elected much more than one-half gathered. the order at your home. Look at these prices and then make jy
all sizes and colors, only _________, -________! ___ 7OC. I Adolph Greenhut as chief executivefor This presents a fine field for anyone I I mind to join right now and .save money up your 9

I Extra Quality a term of one year. All of the engaged in the pickle industry. The t
i : commissioners were of the opinlonI carloads of cucumbers of
Shirt Waists 49C.Men's many cu-
_____. .
-------------------J that the mayor when the new govern cumbers left in the fields and which
q Sample Hate A Big Bargain, I ment was organized had been chosen are annually plowed under would fur- CLUB S PRICES

'k. Values up to $2.50 Going at _____________________. 1/OC. for three the length of his nish material for the operation of numerous -,
term as commissioner, but in this they salting stations and one large
:I t were mistaken, so held a special meet-, central plant. The Board of Trade of I . .

::0\\\ . EXTRA-JET JEWELRY SPECIALS ing to re-elect him. I Gainesville would be glad to hear from .4 Suits and extra pair of Trousers____----__--____ Per Month $1.50

< FLORIDA MELON SEASON. anyone" who desires further info naI 7 Suits ________________________--------________ Per Month 2.00 '
. Jet Rings ,-------------_ lOc Broodier ______________ lOc ,tion.- -. 9 Suits ________--___----_______----______------ Per Month '2JO

: ,.; .i Jet Earrings --------___. lOc Waist Sets ((3 pins) _____ lOc Jacksonville. Fla.: The total melon: 1 12 Suits _--_________----_____.---.------_-----_ Per Month 3.00
._ .f.: SLoe Buckles ____'__.. lOc Shirt Waist movement last week was 949 can.
--- Rings ______ lOe f
-- The quality from many sections show These prices include cleaning, pressing and small repairs When

t X, w Crosses ________________ lcat. decided Improvement. Carlot'shipment ; No. 666% else can you get, so much for your money. '. a..
t may continue for two or three
'TAKEOUR PROFITS . weeks yet. The rains have put a ne .r 1311 M a .._.... propetd .[WIjI
.. lease, of, life on the ,vines and\l theo I MALARIA -CHILL* eV RVe" OLIVER'S SUITATORIUMPkose
PERSON. season probably will be he,longest on I ....oc ate dosss wilt brash.ny caM..*d ",
; 'L' &. .RAtNEY .. record. The. local market If overstocked . If take ..... a bale 1M F..r will sot N 61 li9Br
ti.M..i; ; ; : ( ; cars selling for f50-tO- |78!i twtam.It MIl a UM Beer b*.tar ..... *dway nr
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\00 WELL .,. t. X- <1 '1*'' Mr. Mrs.-Walter Barber.mnd.1it
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i : .
Bureau 'of: Crop Estimates, in Co-operation wit Weather Bureau,' United tie son and Mr. Ben Barber left'to't1)

States Department ofAgriculture.1: "". _', S., S. ,Grifrin,! a- former resident1\ ,, ')Ir.' Lloyd Tenhy: manager of the LaGrange,'Ga., on July ;

: Estimates as of July 1, 111141.) with comparisons( made Y- by Bureau of Crop. this'.city, but. who moved .to:',Orlando ;Florida: Growers A Shippers League, some "error this item' "'a. ; :

/ HERfDrawback Estlmau.fonnerly Bureau of. Statistics: ) are given below: some .time ag .'.a a ran enough boost met Mr, Lt B. Skinner president of the last week' paper; .

'** I. err for this section, according, to an:,In--j r League., and'' Dr."J, .H.Ross, another lrs. Wilson and

'. Corn- Florida. United States. terview/which,/ 'appeared':,one'of.the 111 member of the Executive Committee Mrs..,Rep.,Floyd and Mrs. u
July 1. forecast bushela----------------.._..._.__ 8.1(0.000 J.'20, In Tampa Friday'July 3rd
Hot to of visited at
Springs ,
Final (k.rPaper.) Mr. Griffin KI.slmmeeL
Average E 'year., 1809-im. buabela..i.. ......-.. 8rfJ8.00T( 00 -
definitely with
Oat.-- regard to a traffic mair ber home on Sunday. .
Poor 'Griffinthewell
la brother
Is Shipping July !, forecast, bushels...._____,.___.-...._,-____ 4>,000- 1,100,000,000 a,. : of J. J. for the League. Mr. E. C. Iloskini, at 'Mr.. and Mrs' .
Potatoes Final average: I year., 19OfII1."bu.bel.. .._---,-_. 701.000 1,181.176,000 known Klssimme merchant;!: The present with the Mallory Line Steamship Vith-"Mr. and. Mrs: John ,

... July a. forecast. bu.b.I..4. 1.160.000 141, 00,000 interview is as follows: .>I Co., was elected: Mr. Uesklna' KUsiminee/one day: last
'1 Facilities Sweet Final average.: 6 years IfOIMm. bu.bels.----- '''.000 U6.6$,OOO ''Hot .Springs. Ark-Any town of training has been unusually good to Nellie Wetherbee visited '
Potatoe.July At him for the "
1. forecast bushels-________________._.;_____ 1.780.000 .600',000 10,000'Inhabitant* willing to bond itself in He has been Kortenderfer.! .
engaged railroad
Final rate ,, and Miss Bessie Lawsorv
6 ,
years 1808-IB1S, bushel.2.278.000 7.62S.OOO ,
Tobacco: for 100,000 in order that good has been .connected seven rail tlsited home folks last

SUCCESSFUL GROWER TELLS July 1, forecast pounds________________--_-______ 8,060,000 7C7.000.000 roads might radiate from' road bureaus that with charge of The Music Committee
Final 5 _________
average 19
JUST WHAT IS NECESSARY TO HayCondition year. 0 -UU. pounds 2.H87.000 996.087.0VO commercial center that amount of the publishing of the rates; for rail Mra Nellie Weth. bee "w

GROW THE LUSCIOUS- BERRY July 1, 1114--------------------------- 78 . 80.8 I money'being used in connection with roads in different parts of the coun- noon. They had charge y;
Pasture-Condition July I, .Ix-year averageoo-------u-oo---. 90 81.' $600 000 worth of bond. to be issued try. In his capacity as freight traffic deavor'meeting in the

PROFITABLY IN THIS SECTION Condition July I, 1814______________ by the county for the same purpose manager of the Charlotte Harbor and prepared new songs) and a appreciated.'f .
Condition July 1. ten-year_ averag.----------------- 88 87.' according to S. S. Griffin, of Orlando, Northern Railroad, Mr. Hoakins-work- eating rocram.
wagJ'tIJ"o'7ul: ; Fla., a prominent real estate man, ed out the tariff arrangements for this 'Mr.: Will'Wetherbee and '

Now that the growers of, Oseola Condition July)' 1.1. eight-year 1911------------------------------average_______________ '14 82 76.J 79.6 who, accompanied by .his ;wife and road, and so is very familiar with all j Ited with home folks last ; *
.county have organized an association Can ta lou pesCondition- .. daughter, Helen, are '. July I, 1814----------------------------- 68 80.2 at' the Hotel Majestic is Florida products.The Smith called Mrs.
for 'the protection o( their interests Condition July I, eight.year average_______________ 76 79.. sojourn a work lyn" on ;
town that Mr.
Grapefruit- worth living in. I Tenny has in and Mrs. Henry Clay on ,
and as a means of getting their pro- Condition July 1. 1914----'L---------------------_ 90 "If there is one thing that we believe I mind for this department consists ina ternoon. ,
ducts on the market at profitable Pineapples Condition July I, average_______________ 1. in in Orlando." be declared, "it careful analysis of the rates on Mr. Lloyd Harvey

)j. prices it; behooves these men to "get Condition July I, 1914-------------__f.....___________ TO roads roads. We have now the best i Florida perishables, and it Is plannedto last Sunday.It \
IJsV'Jg'tner" on what the major crops Condition July I, sfvln-year average_______.---____ 84 in the South, but we are not work up comparative data showing will be some time
LlmesCondition- with that relatives rates between Florida church will be completed.
content we are going to points
*. 3fl be so as to sufficient July 1. 1914 ____ ______ __ ,,. lill-
grow quan- -- ----------- -- -- make and in "Booster" for Union
Condition July 1. .even-year ___ 82 / them still better. The county competitive- points other states.There
averall'eoo .
tities to get the attention of big buy- Oranxea c will issue bonds to the amount of is a prevailing opinion that that we are real live a

Ota. If every farmer in the county is Condition Condition July I, 1914.___________________________ 90 $600,000; Orlando will issue bonds Florida freight and Icing charges are if every man in the
carrying out a hobby of.his own 1 by; Velvet 1. eight-year average$1 i 811.. amounting to $100,000 and with that excessively high. Mr. Tenny wants to would haul a load of

Condition' July 1, 1914____-__-____------------__--- 84 'fund we are going to build about 100 find out definitely whether this is! I from towtf whenever
growing different vegetables and Jacksonville; Flu.. July 8.I 1D14. i miles of good brick roads. We have true, and he feels that the only way 'church: could be completed

growing them in small quantities no I -.-- ----.j f used practically all our hard natural we can answer this queslon definitely er. The work already

3 progress can be made in marketing.It I clay, and when we conclude "the" isto- make -thi -comparative, .study..,..certainly.been very much :

would therefore seem the wise thingto South Florida PresstAss9nWill I present project we will have the finest
I --
determine what are the best paying roads in the United States. We are ta
: the father of good roads down there."
vegetables or fruits and grow them in
large quantities. Meet In Kissimmee i' Mr. Griffin found that he was not (
not strawberries for one without friends or relatives when he
thing arrived in Hot Springs.! In fact; it ;

Shipping Facilities Poor. I 1 1I was on a previous visit here that he '

There is 'TIO section of the state At the meeting of the South Florida the association, was introduced learned that W. W. Waters, who was l lll I
then major of Hot distantly
I Springs, was .
where finer /strawberries can be grown Press Association held in" Arcadia the reply, which was rendered in b is us-I .related. Mrs. Griffin's mother

than in Osceola county according to past week, it was decided that the next !ually unique and forceful style. and Mr. Waters wore first cousins and ,- I i 'nIlUU
who have tried them and tt I
found growers them and The meeting should be held in Kissimmee, The editors met at 2 o'clock in their I the former was pleased to meet Mr. .al. .i :l-
profitable sure.
one drawback in this county to date and the date fixed for October 9th. afternoon session, ana after the consideration 1 and Mrs. Griffin when they arrived
here.Jacksonville.. lr rP
has been in getting produce -on the The Arcadia meeting was the first of much important business, t

eastern markets. Shipping facilities regular business session of the press adjourned to,the next meeting plal'e,1 .-'W. A. Macduff is -
have been so poor and rates so extor association, recently organizein/ which will be Kissimmee. After the having plans prepared by W. B. Camp, -- r
tionate that the few growers/ raising lakeland, and the body took initial meeting adjourned the committee of Jacksonville, for business block to be ar- I

berries have found it more profitable steps toward establishing uniform net I the Board of Trade took the visitors occupied by Jones Bros. Furniture ....... ""t".1.- (
to. dispose at them on the local mar- minimum advertising rates, to be ovey t.h4'--< ket. But when it is evident that based on circulation. A resolution was : game, which was played on the local
growers farther down the state get/ passed in which members of the association I diamond between Bradentown and Ar- Ojus.-W. R. Walker will erect
fancy prices for their berries and get bound themselves to abide by cadia. eight-room residence '' l Round RatesFROM
them to the markets promptly and at the rate's decided upon. About twenty I The editors and the papers they __ ; I Low Trip

a more reasonable rate, it 1s just as editors were present. represent who were present were as JACKSONVILLE S--
evident that organization has brought I The Arcadia Board of Trade, 'I follows: IIt.

them their profits and a lack of oir_ through whose invitation the editors J. H. Humphries, Journal, Braden- ...... . 137.71 CWo... . $47.55 a--tl. . Ilsea..w
has thus far hindered the Arcadia . n." a.. reel . ".71 I.uis.di . 11M 4
ganization the .
town '
accepted as meeting placeof Hetherington News-Telo-
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(.......I n... Oli.. .. 6131 Kawe11N . 21.418.e I
Osceola county grower. the organization at his time, formed gram, Lakeland; W. M. Haynes, Her- Lob cg.- 71." .. 71.71 twN.Y1. . 11.11 r)
Speaking of berriec. Now is the committees for the arrangement for, ald,' Sanford;. S. A. McBride News, T.s..lw .. T.... T_ .. 4.." 1___.... . H.M I IP.
....... . .... .. lkk . 1I.J8
time to prepare the ground for plant- and the entertainment of the scribes Arcadia Thomas I. $1..1 }
; Wayne Courier Road to Loughman, nf'arKisslmm..e. _WtN . 141.41 P.t.Ba : 11.14 T.M4. . . 41." '
ing. Good plants and early planting/ while in the city, and many of the Plant City; W. !M. Her Courier-In ... ....... _-. ".51 .... .._ . II." Da..a:: . . 4114
Tve absolutely necessary for success members of the Board of Trade joinedin formant, Bartow; C. F. Johnson, Jour- 1914 Diary. This. .F . ".51 ..fete - .. 47 .* CWstsWM . 41." ,
in culture. small booklet contains list of &IocIor'ark. Sl.JiNBIUS PsBi .. 47." MiMSlfc Cs: .. ISIS 49'
strawberry social
the function connected with nal, Kissimmee; A. P. Jordan, Her a ;
r It is advisable, whenever possible, the meeting.The ald, Punta Gorda; G. M. Goolsby, Advocate names and in of no value exceptto law.... to Mhsr points..Colorado.California.c......M....
the Gr... L.k..a*}Rockr Motuktaias.
to plants that are / here as association of editors in'' .a.; .
get grown
met Wauchula) G. H. ibson, Colonist
; the owner. 50 cents reward .._.rpol.]tsbitlioSts4o. -
they are acclimated, as it were, and the Knights of Pythias Hall at 11 I Zephyrhills; Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson, TkIoeta_.... oIaIlr._tit ...>too>Ur 30. Rotsm Umh Oct. >t. i V i
therefore do much better. Also the o'clock in the and remainedin Times for return of same to
morning, Sarasota; Andrew Carter, En- VARIABLE ROUTE TO DENVER SALT r ,
-jflants that are shipped in often arrive an active( business Session until 1 terprise, Arcadia; T. M. Callahan, VALLEY GAZETTE.H.E.BAILEY. COLORADO SPRINGS ETC.
In poor condition and'many are lost o'clock, at which time the members of Press, Fort Myers; R. O. Meek, Leader (i LAKE. !R
.. ..
.- St.Lo-fc.__ .. ... a.-- qlw.i.e..n.
Coio a
at the start because of this. -
the association escorted the
were to Fort Meade A. L.
; Cleveland Leader ., "l.I"-a1.......w.. aB tich.4aTO ,
Best to Plant Early.S. Ardffdia House, where luncheon had' Fort Meade; | Rube Allyn, .$un,
,F. Fansler, a successful berry been arranged for by the Board of Sarasota; G. ,W. Adams, Truth, Zolfol; THE train NORTH daily AND chafe NORTHWEST.of three tUf .Nee ir C'rout.
Trade committee. A splendid repast Mrs. C. H. Holderman- Record r through .
grower of the county advocates planting I Manatee I ... .
as early as August or the first of was enjoyed at the conclusion of which ; M. T. LaHatte: Southern Printers' .
September so as to get big well ma- John L. Jones, president of the Boardof Supply Co.Atlanta, Ga.; Clyde Glenn, Painting and Paper Hanging T.Oy.raw N.Ioe --. tkr..h NwrIt .
/ Fast -
tured 'plants before bearing time, and Trade, introduced Hon. C. H. Mitchell Glenn Advertising Co., Tampa.W. INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY 0rMU.eelW... .... Orly. 41rt.w .vIew 5_ .-.......
thereby get a much larger quantity of to address the visiting editors on B. Harris, publisher of the Val ( k.......81'v: rF.w t.. ___ __ '
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I fruit, according: to experience. If behalf of the Board of Trade. ley Gazette, is vice-president of this 21 Mabbette Street.- II
the plants are given enough moisture Hon. J. H. Humphries, president of new press association. I 29-tf .. H.'C."BRETAET,, "' ,

there will be practically\ no loss from -- ... ,- - -'-" ---, -- _. . FMfa r.r.ywA.rsf.
heat and QO more from-other causes 'e'rr I 1U W... Isi Ihs..

i than ing.This may be expected-with. late plant- 2 MORE FORDS SOLD VII 1'I' JACEONYWIiLA.r .

recommends the doublerow
grower "XTV.
or bedded system for berry plant- -r
ing, the beds being/ preferable )because DURING PAST WEEKJ. II I
they allow for perfect drainage/ and II *. '
facilitate the picking/ ofhe riped I JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYLINCOLN *"
fruit. Low pine land slopifg to the
south is recommended for berry culture E. Davis of the Ford auto :agency I HULLEY, Ph. D, Litt. D..LL. D President i h

and well rotted.compost or manure has within the Just week sold two THE BEST SCHOOL IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN ,
j'' is a good basin for the ground. five-passenger, models? of the popular ,1&y Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept. 23Colleg
Early planting necessitates a little Ford car. A. 1 F. Bass and W. A.
40 Professors and of Liberal'Arts
extra work pn account of runners put- Drawdy were the purchasers. 17 University Buildings. College of LAW ,
I t
ting out, which must be kept clippedoff. The Ford is without doubt the most Iq1 28 Acres.; College:: of Technology
At all times the bed must be I used car in the county. They are serviceable 468 t.mlt Tear College of BusinessPreparatory

worked thoroughly but shallow, not to and comparatively inexpensive fI.WMi 23.60): )), exceed one inch, and the plants kept and are rapidly replacing the 110 000 Pipe Organ l4ehool 1 .r,
free from weeds. At blooming/ time horse and buggy with people who must 10 Large Laboratories for Science School of MusicUn.Orpaeaed

the plants should be well fertilised make frequent trips over the county. General Equipment.. School of Kin..... Arts..
...r..* UorasUorle. for yo B .* mm4 room Corefol ...- N
with a high grade potash fertilizerand i Thirty-four or thirty-five Ford cars l.tratio. ...) ........ .._....1... CkH.tlr ... ... a 4ariam to....*.... r "
I have ben sold the local .. .... ............ .._ ....
from time to time this same gradeof through agen- For ...1._* .r Yi. .. for .r for room r r- ... !.o_ 1 'X
fertilizer should be applied as long cy since December, and with one or ,
ji'as the plants are bearing. I two exceptions, all of these are owned JOHN B. StETSON: UNIVERSITY DE LAND, FLORIDA. ri .,

Long Bearing Crop. by people living in the county, and all :.
but of these the Y, .
one are fivepassenger -
The plants will commence putting on models. AHEAD.YOUNG ,.
x !!'"fruit by the first of pecember and will

continue t* bear freely until the mid- Quincy.-J. P. Smith, city clerk, C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN. Secrttu7. .

'dle of June if given the proper care. opens bids July 27 to erect fire station: ; .
Early planting will probably not, makea I 44x54 feet; brick; ordinary construction Waters &
great deal of difference in the time I ; tin roof; tower covered with MAN DO YOU EVER STOP TO CONSIDER The Carson .1
fruit but it insures I
of bearing ; a big metal shingles; cost $4,000. ,
well matured plant at blooming time I FUTURE-THE OBLIGATION IMPOSED

so that-the fruit puts on more rapidly i The Housewives' League of Morgan- UPON EVERY SELF-RESPECTING} CITIZEN TO PRO- "
and in larger quantities than if the town, W. Va., is trying to secure san- Company .
plant is small. itary butcher: shops. I VIDE HAPPINESS FOR HIS FAMILY? Grocery

The Chespeake berry has been found j i
to be very successful in this county
and for the benefit of the people who NOT WISE TOTAKE : "
fear to try strawberries as a crop : I YOU CAN'T EXPECT TO .
growers who are already interestedin Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROC.ERI'ES'

berry culture say that berries resist CALOMEL :; PROVIDE HAPPINESS
bjight remarkably well-) and scarcely I

ever are they bother with insect __ I I II .
trouble except for the berry beetle, 'I I WITH AN EMPTY POCKET '
PA.., which is .easily exterminated.' Dodson's Liver Tone is just as sure in '. -, -.. ..-, ,,, s,
... results and always safe, pleasant in -- . 4
"' taste and has no bad after-effects. Asa I. . . . . . .. . 0 .... .. .. + .. .. ..
BOYS HERE IS A remedy for a torpid liver calomelhas Begin to save NOW- deposit q dollar or two In this O .

more than met its match in Dod- bank each week and watch your account pow.STArfE WE SELL: 0 0 WE' BUY: . a r
: son's Liver Tone. This medicine does HAY .
; REAL FISH STORY not roughly force the liver on to perform .. HIDES. ffY

its work. It acts gently but 0 GRAIN, 0 . .
0 FURS '.
surely.Calomel ,
':,. ; depends for its power upon BANK OFKISSIMMEE FERTILIZERS 0 1.
Did you ever hear of a man h. exciting the liver to do more work, WOOL .
} ing a fish as long as a good sizeHboy and often the liver is too weak to Sm GLES. "V O .
with a mouth big enough to swsnlow' stand such treatment, and after tak- .
", a small sized watermelon-and do it ing calomel you are as a result sometimes I ORANGE BOXES 0 AND '
with a small willow pole R. V. Ward worse off than, before.!. .

, ,a local fisherman, did it. Saturday hebrought Dodson's Liver Tone cannot causeany Capital stock -____________________...,____________$100,000.00 ORANGE WRAPS ALL '.
I to town a monster cat fish, of the dangerous effects that .

. which he had caught earlier m I the often follow she use of calomel. U Resources river __..______,______________ L..__..,___ 400000.00 VEGETABLE: ;CRATES e'. COUNTRY 4.
lf) ..dayin., Shingle creek. The fish :was is entirely' vegetable and'-pleasant to r ... .
f. 'hooked with a small line,and It was the taste, and is suitable'for-children > CRATE. NAILS '* PRODUCE. .
:{necessary to get him between the boat and grown people.' ;? ?' Officers aid Directs**. ', ,. .
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,I ,and the shore and then'gradually: force Get' a large botUe;for-" fifty cents C A. CARSON. Pre.u J.M. LEE.Vce Pmt ,. . . . : .. 4f,. , ,. + .. ,.. ,.. ,
:him into shallow water before he could at J. Z. Roberson's under the guaraiMtea ,

'ibe uught. : .. that if;Jt doesn't satisfy you thatit : : ' M. KATZ tad VICe Preat. W.s.p.' leWi.1. girdeaisieds.f'1d1' klavls..- Xi '' .' ';"
estimated that the big eatTweighed .
; .It b perfectly takes the place of calomel .
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( special stUsitiMS Uflttlag wit baaUagsad caatsJay ysittak wFTM It
between twenty,and twenty .7OUnll. ..givenyouz One7baek ROMA :
THOMAS JCa'ahier"r . ? delivery I. city llsrfta.; .... N. 12.;; <;
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Kissimmee Valley Osceola st'Show'
All men are equal.;; That is American In an article on the value of south

.l'VBLt8ltED EVERY FRIDAY: OFFICE' IN V'AI.LII1'! IJAZETTJ; !: BUILPINO, ? doctrine and it is true, or shouldbe ern and .southwestern building opera f {
: K188tMMEE!: OIilCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.W Window. true. When Balzac'says thatj whileit tions for the' firstsix mqnths of-tfcsi-',, .
;, tho.ManufaeturenTKoe. ,
may be eternally right I men .present year
that 'Ord has this to say of Florida build.' 1.
should be equal it is actually true
8. HARRIS .. .. 't; ,Qwaei r It i it not oa Stewart Aye... or Broadway. It ii not t. be foud. in the pro- men are unequal, he'uses the word in irig: ,.

., ::1 '- -- rressir town of St. Clon4, or among the shops of the tkriviaf town ..f Whittier the Gallic but not the American serum, 'Figures for Tampa Fla, show that t,
8tmBCRtP'rtON RATES: 'One copy one V*". _:A<- __---e1. -v--__ We mean that all men are equal be-' a ,total of 788 permits were issued 4 +
On. oopta "month______________ r5e. One copy th .e'monthar.--____ M or Basseacer. fore the law, have equal political and from January 1 to Juno 80, Inclusive, ''
. Yet it Is laa exhibit of art the products sold. la aD tikes !
a Marts
} w -_- -.-, r' a civil rights, should have equal! duties, representing a cost of construction of '
FI All communication, except. Horn our authorized correspondent, must bi, merchandise duply that offers .erytWa-lroa diameads to anUmobiles. obligations and opportunities. While 846180. As compared with the cor..
"(ncd by the writer.Rejected from boa boas t. hardware. men are equal they,are not alike. No responding period last year there was tlr
"I matter... _will_. ._ not. .. ......-be returned______unless. .called. __ for.e __u_._...._. __. Yon can hold this great show. window ia your ....eL And it comes:to yon law land no economy can make them all increase of eight-nine in the Dumber li
,, (Entered!: a C th PoitorTIco In KI..lmmoo. Flo 1 i .. ., .. they be made alike. Yes, men cost of construction. A 121,
-- -
---- - - 1914-- It is the-display advertising in the 1CIa _,. Valley Gazette tike stats' are equal, but they are different. And permits was issued in June of this ,

'FRIDAY JULY I 7. greatest weekly. their difference is necessary and sal- year, representing a cost of construe- + ;

.. -... -. Do yon appreciate this tremendons store window? Do you realize that it utary in a world like this. For that tion of $213,050, as compared with 128 rs
- briar the best offerings Kissinunee merchants Hare found that reason are to be commended the sen- permits in June, 1918, representing < M ,
yon yon sible remarks of a University of Chi- cost of construction of $180,929. In
) Bulkhead the Lake. by reading advertisement CLOSELY-YOU CAN SAVE TIME AND .
r: every cago sociologist, who says: January of this year 135 permits were +.
MONEY. Let the display advertisements in the Valley Gazette make it plain "If we get a race made up entirelyof issued, representing a cost of construction ",
On another page we publish the report of the committee on bulkheading how yon can live BETTER for LESS MONEY. Leant the lesson hundreds of Sir Isaac Newtons and Charles Dar. of $181,230; February, 129' per-

; which will be presented to the city council at its next regular meeting. This I Valley Gazette readers already KNOW THAT YOU CAN BUY EVERYTHINGMOST wins S *who would remove the garbage ? mils $109,820; March 132 permits rl
The world needs! a great va- $114,855; April 152 permits, $125,280; s
' is of.great value to every citizen and should be carefully studied. ECONOMICALLY through the ads in the Valley Gazette. of
;, report riety people, and even if it were May, 119 permits 101945. It is estimated ?
r. Kissimmee has one of the largest and most beautiful lakes in the state Why not let the Valley Gazette be your thopping aeDt1]' Let it show yon possible to shape the evolution of the that operations in West Tampa

.> right at its front;; door. It is without doubt the city's greatest asset, yet it is where and how you can buy to the best advantage. Only by reading all the human race, by means of eugenics, it suburbs not included in the corpo r,sand

; almost inaccessible. Whenever a church or. society gives a moonlight excursion advertisements in the Valley Gazette can you secure the WIDEST CHOICE would be wholly imposible to say just rate limits of the -city will approxi ,- ;1';

' .. : those who wish to participate in it are forced to walk a full mile through FROM THE GREATEST VARIETY. In the galley Gazette ALONE can desirable what sort" of a human race would be mate months$1,200,000 of the for the first six 1,1'! f

j sand and grass to get to the water front. There is no excuse for this. you find this big display of money saving advertisements. Sane talk. Nature or the Directing "The value of year.buildings being erects"

t Again during the winter season: how many tourists would stop here who The Valley Gazette offer you not only far greater buying opportunities Force or even Chance knows better ed at Fort Pierce, Fla., is estimated \'.:

t' do not now stop if the lake was easy lo get to and they could secure regular<, than any other Kissimmee paper but more than any other paper in this part of than'what the is possible most advanced and hence of desirable at $503,000: including high school school 'I
: transportation to down the lake. the state. It"will l PAY YOU to read it regularly. It will mean MONEY IN reformers and our social of Catholic school for"boys, two tf: *, S i p'r
water points most enlightened buildings for colored pupils building .;t 4.
According to estimates made it will, require about $66.000 to bulkhead YOUR POCKET to study the bargains offered every week by progressive mer- our enthusiasts. They would elimi- for Bank of Fort Pierce, PresbyterianU ,tt *'

I r the lake for a distance of three miles along the city's f rOAt. This is a paltry chants. Begin ..riDllDoaeJ today. The sooner yon do it, the faster your bank nate the garbage man; but the gar church building business building afld (r
' it would the account will grow and. there is no better timeto start than RIGHT NOW-to- bage man has a function that rcannot about 200 residences. l
a sum when we consider the many advantages give cily. da be dispensed with. He is necessaryand "From January 1 to June }, 4 n
Jf the bulkheadmg is put far enough out quite a big tract of land can t>e desirable. An army cannot be all Rive, it is estimated that 180 dwelling i' h
than the entire officers nor even all soldiers; there have been erected in Arcadia, Fla., at .'. '
reclaimed and fi lIed in, whichy_ oujd,,be worth a great deal more
issue must be clerks, cooks. ,
cot of 11e-bulk1headmR'! Mveryone knows that "lake fronts"are the most before the legislature in 1913. We quote from the Valley Gazette of scullions, quartermaster drivers and orderlies. So- anaveraJo'E' cost of $1,500 making a -i '

desirable home i bile, and fabulous prices are everywhere paid for shore properties of June 6, 1913, as follows : ciety as matter of fact could make total of on buildings The amount; and gen-expended %'.

:Senator; Dohegan's attitude towards the bill allowing she commissioner shift to get along without its \Darwins eral) improvements is estimated at t !;
to levy ten mills for. road purpose ( the Senator having Declared and Newtonsr, as indeed it did for ronturios. $500,000.! ( I In Fort Pierce, Fla., it is *
However, I provisions should he made tor a parkway and boulevard winch he would kill the hill although it had been endorsed by the board of But society would find itself estimated that has been
$500,000 expended j
would extend along the entire length of the sea wall. This would be of inestimable trade, passed the house: of representatives unanimously and been favorably in<> very much of a moss, if deprived in building operations during- ;

value to the cily, as well as a big drawing card for winter tourists. reported in the senate ) was called to their attention and the .of its garbage men. the same period, while the structuresto
s clerk was instructed to wire :Senator; Donegan that the (board desiredthe Let every man therefore lift up his be erected during the next six-
Inasmuch as some of the non-resident property holders have no* voluntarily measure passed with a referendum clause attached permitting the brad, however humble his calling or month for Jacksonville not '
agreed lo stand their part of'the expense in building the wall the bulkhead- law to become effective only after ratification by the tax payers of this despised. his function. The majorityof available peciod, hut the value of operations are
ing committee recommends that the city council prepare an amendment 'o the county. Up to the present time the. clerk has received no answer to his us are equal] in this sense, that what will doubtless largely exceed I-
city charter giving the city the authority to bulkhead the property and assess tejcgram, but private wire to the Valley Gazette stated that the Senator ac-li one performs is necessary to the $1,0011,000.( ) () )() -
w'as still opposed to the bill and would not permit it to pass. well-being of society, as in a complicated --- t
the benefits against the so improved.We ?
engine the simplest screw;; them I' OKAMiKS; (; I'KK. CAPITA. ,
hope the city fathers will see fit to carry out this recommendation. No I obscurest valve is indispensable to ib'
INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE. k- EYE STRAIN. action. I An calculation has been t
city ever stands still. Il moves forward or backward. Kissimmee must go for- I fin
"Make toward equality .advised so made by Leesburg man, as reported
t ward, and its progress must not be held back by any one of two individuals. Industrial insurance i is atll'j.ctinj Measurements of human eyes demonstrate patrician a mind as Matthew Arnold the Tribune's corn'spondencerrom

li The committee on bulkheadmg deserves the thanks of every citizen lor much attention in England: Germany, I that there is probably no such Let us do so. Equality is justice, i is |I that city. lie figures that with a total, !
the work it has successfully done. Norway and other European: coun thing in the world as an absolutely! right is well-being is happiness. But )I of :20,000 cars of oranges as the Flor- z
tries. In England' following! the /par.- perfect eye. That would be a mirade I when all of equality is achieved, the ida output, and 40,000 as the Califor- t,
sage of Lloyd-George's; industria .In. II which Nature with all her infinite ingenuity differences among men will remain, ] nit output, the grand total of oranges l
a surance bill two years ago at one ; has never performed. No human the differences that render th'm'lIr. produced in this country the past sea- M
; The Truth, That's All. stroke, fourteen million working men I face among all he \tf>ild's sixteen iously useful. Variety of usefulnessis son was 392,000,000. This would mean : -
and women, many of whom were unable hundred million may be held perfect what makes society possible, \\hat about forty-four oranges per year to ,
The Board of County Commissioners are lo be commended for the rood:, to pay for medical services under I either artistically or physiologically.To permits the great majority of us to each inhabitant of the United States ;:
t work they did at the last regular meeting. the old plan, were taken out of the the owner of the face this'is relatively earn a livlihood. Were men all alike, or less than one a week per capita. ..<
< field of private practice and were pro an unimportant matter but to whether Darwins or Shakexpeares The conclusion to be derived from
Perhaps the biggest thing they did--the one that will bring greater results vided with these services, largely at I the. owner of the pair of eyes' an error ciety would be impossible. And thatis the calculation is that the population ;
to the county than any other-.was the. adding of a new tax of one-half mill the expense of the state. In Germany,. of one three-hundredth of an inch'in as true if all men became artisansor of this country can stand a consider- i
to the year's budget, the money thus derived to be spent in advertising the governmental insurance has been in the curvature or dimensions of the soldiers or tramps.MinneapolisJournal. able increase in orange production. -
force for a number of years and its I eyeballs may make their allimportantfunction The per (capita "circulation" of oranges .'.
has been gradually enlarged, until abnormal, resulting in -
county.The scope eyestrain should be at least 100 per year.
assessing of this publicity tax was allowed by the stale legislature at in some districts, 95 per cent. of with its attendant physical ills. WHOLE LOAF OR NONE. Think of existing on less thap one or- .
its last session and the commissioners have shown that they are awake to the the people are said to be affected by I The eye responds to the slightest physical ange per week! VTHrrr
possibilities of what can be done for the county with ouch a tax. its operations. ; force in the world that is, light Georgians do not believe in doing -
> Dr. J. W. Schereschewsky of the waves which are hundreds of millions things by halves. A certain town recently ,
The tax will bring in nearly three thousand dollars to be used by the I, I. rare opportunity T w Joe .0
United States public Health Service of times more infinitesmal than sound after a hot campaign voted gel m Ifomtt of Yo.r 0.... :
county for publicity purposes as the commissioners see fit. This wiU enable recently read a paper on the subject I waves. The eyes are the. hardest "wet' and one of the citizens explainsi
i the county to tend out valuable literature about our section advertising its before the National Association for worked of all organs and the. safety i in (this way.
4i advantage and possibilities and giving interested parties reliable information the Study and 'Prevention of Tubercu- I' and existence of human lives frequently "if we are going to stand for our No Down
I. about land local condition losis. Considering the social and evo- I' depend directly on their accurate women folks wearing shadow skirts Money
luionary phases of the question rather i working. The harmful results of eye1j and slit skirts and transparent skirts
'/ This will be the best application of the county's! money that could be made. than the practical and administrative I j strain, never wholly absent throughout and our younger women learning; to I
Every thousand dollars spent in this manner will add at least twenty-five' side Dr. Sehereschewsky finds the explanation -!, life, may begin very early in childhood dance the boll weevil wiggle, the Texas .
st thousand dollars to the taxable wealth of the county. It will be the means of for the development of industrial even in the second year. Many Tommy tango the bunny hug, the
bringing new people and new industries to the county. It will help us to settle I ({ insurance in the gradual little children for instance are con- bear dance, the calf canter, the buz- five Years Timef :
1.I 1. growth of appreciation of the consequence stanly tearing; their clothes, hurting zard flop and the puppy huddle andso ,
# our thousand of acre of available and fertile land with good people from the to and the interpendence on their feet and legs stumbling and falling on down the line-then the men .

t north-people who want tq come to Florida but are unable to select a suitable each other of the individual membersof : because their eyes are so faulty folks might just as well have their sa- GI... Iorefcaa or Flee cad Te.-.e*.. A-
I. place for lack pf reliable information. society.: "The bitter lessons taughtby that their estimates of the size loc loons and the whole push go to hell to. Tract la LIBERTY PARK t. parti- V
V And tht't all that ails Florida right now. Everyone who i is thoroughly the ravages of devastating epidemics tion and nature of objects are not correctly gether."-Nassau County Leader._ ...... will. lM p rav. t.. !.... I. elanproxl.lty 1 j
the concentration of population incites made. Adulta,who have been to alI__...' ea good hard trood. "
familiar with conditions know that the date is far superior to any other section the high degree of specialization blind and are suddenly given 'good NEEDED TIME. w 11
Kw- of the Upited State Canada hundred of people all the United and similar learn I
I' or yet over in manufactures conditions vision, .require years .to to see Mistress-Of I don't wish to >
State have bought Florida, land by the quartsold=: to them by unscrupulous have all increasingly emphasized I, with accuracy or safety in action. put any obstacles course in the way of your With Such a Chance :\
+ teal estate dealers who have no interest in the welfare of the state or in the man's dependences upon his fellow Probably 6 per cent. of children are getting married but wish it were PSlI- 'i:
r I and shown us how properly to assess left-handed, left eyedness causing; { :
; prosperity of the people who buy the land. sible to postpone it. until I get; an- .. thli you eau moo* OTTB Ye.r OwvHOB t.
? the value of the individual unit to left-handncss. from 6 to 10 years of In the molt Farored Btetlom of '
, T This sort of fraud has hurt Florida, therefore it is only Tight and proper : society at large. The efficiency of age; man children show an incomprehensible other Mary maid.Ann-Well, I 'ardly Florida.
' 9 that the truth should be told. Who will tell the truth unless it be the citizens the social unit is conditioned, r more by "nervousness," twitching of think I know 'im well mum enough to ask
I the status of the individual the hands and face fickle appetie and Write or rail on II. M. BREAKER A .,
er who live and work in the state and who know by experience what can be done 'im to put it off. .
o ban ij any other one factor Inefficiency various disorders all usually due to CO. Klaalmmrr. Florida.BEST
s, by intelligent application to the natural resources which await capital and labor. due to ill health constitutesa eye-strain Yet almost all of these. .i .
We hope the! two thousand. eight hundred dollars which will be secured burden. to be borne by the whole ofociety cases of eye-strain" can be relieved --

by the assessing\ of the publicity lax will be augumented by individual subscriptions I lather than by the individual. and should be relieved in early child-
This the addition to our social concept hood. The importance of correctingthis
,I from our business men. We ought to1 spend at least five thousand is
which may really be regarded as condition early in the. child'sschoolyears LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL :l
dollars for national
publicity. PURPOSESs
every year a new discovery. The sickness andlisal.ility and the influence of sucha
c Who will be the first one to contribute to this fund so that the truth may of the; individual alone, buts condition in the education and de- .
L be known rather a liability for which society, velopment of the child must be apparent -
as a whole is responsible and which to every parent and teacher. -
should be borne by it, unless the

Y Keeping the Record Straight. the causes fault for of such the individual.disability are Industrial plainly beep The organized Child Welfare in the movement Argentine has republic Yellow Pine I r)

insurl\nee is the method by which the through interested .mothers at
In reference to the meeting of the board of county commissioners last burden of physical disability is equitably Buenos Ayres.

i week the St. Cloud Tribune, dated July 9th, has this to say : distributed. In this field as' inall The Housewives' League of New r
others in which it is possible to ascertain .
At the meeting of the county commissioners. on Monday last Sena- the aggregate; ; result of a limited Jersey defeated a bill in the legislature "
tor Arthur E. Donegan appeared before them and made thCj propositions se of causes, it is inevitable that I that would have practically legalized .i
s he would pass a bill through the next legislature granting; the commissioners efforts at prevenion should at once be the sale of adulterated milk. EVERYTHING
i the right: to levy ten mills for roads, provided they would naugurated. Consequently aS soonas $
adopt 8 resolution that five mills were to be used in building a hard surface system of industrial insurance capital of the laborer as it is to pro-
road from St. Cloud to KU.simmee and from that city to the Orange has any been in operation long enough to tect the capital of the employer. When I
4 county line, and five mills to maintain the roads in other parts of the acquire definite data as to the cause of labor unions fully realize the importance I 1
of this fact, the workingmen of TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE
'i .ounty. disease, it is inevitable that efforts the the country will demand that the state .

'Er4: Without wishing to deny Senator Donegan any of the glory he may derive fur fire prevention of fire have insurance.followed This I take suitable measures for the protec-

E y from his promised support of a special road tax for Osceola county, we are development nvorves, as Schereschewsky pointsout t I tion of their health. '" I

tempted lo recount the proceedings of the board aj 'they happened so that the detection of incipient defects I -WE HAVE IT ;

r other citizens interested in the extension of the county' good roads. may receive and diseases among workers and the I i
of the development of diseased -
r due credit for their support of the movement. prevention
conditions by proper precautionary I We fully equipped and manufacture all h '
let >When the commissioners met on Monday, July 6. H. C. Stanford and W. measures. This can be secured a are grades
s D. Harris representing the Board of Trade were present to urge the board to only by frequent inspection of their If YOU Are lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling: Flooring Siding, Door, t:j i,

s lake some action in regard to bricking the road from Kissimmee north tQ the environment. Not only bad shop con- Sash Shingles Laths, Window and Door Frames Mould!* L .

t Orange county line. E. L Lesley, chairman of the board. ''in answering-the ditions the worker but the must total be environment included. This of I of'all kinds, Framing dressed and rough. Cypress Luiribc \; r.

y Board of Trade committee said that the! commissioner were in favor of bricking means that the unhygienic home AS We also carry a complete line of Brick.. ne, Cement, Paints, a:
this road but that could THINKING OF BUILDING A .
they see.where
fund must
not were coming from to do well as the unhygienic workshop Varnishes and Glass. We able .
?c it. It was Mr. Lesley' proposition thai if Senator Donegan and Representative be found recognized and corrected HOUSE ,OF ANY KIND LET are to to furnish you r ::1 '{
Bryan would appear before the board and state that in the next session of and the entire surroundings of the individual -. thing for your house or your barn from ground to. ''il '
subjected to careful scrutiny.The ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I '
fr-; :' the legislature they would agree to support an act allowing Osceola county a inauguration of such a system, no Il
' special road tax-of ten mill then the commissioners would not only brick the matter on what basis or exactly at ;'1
;i ; road to the Orange county! line but would brick the road between Kissimmee what point the dividing line would be AM PREPARED TO FUR- -
) well. drawn between the insured and the un- I Send for Free Estimate ]
aDd St. Cloud a* The Board of Trade committee thereupon called upon insured would result in* the establishment .: NISH PLANS AND ESTI-

"_ Senator Donegan and Representative Bryan and received their promised support and maintenance of suitable hy-
V in the matter both gentlemen agreeing to appear before the board that genic standards of living for all MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM w

{; same pledge the commissioners their influence in securing: the tax classes. Enormous economic gains PRICES.WIH.ARNOLD. Y
"- sr which they did. There wa a feeling on, all tides that no opposition would be would result through the reduction in We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. .1''

if. 'v.T .., spade to such an act a* it would affect Osceola county alone thereupon the the in expenses loss of working-time for' medical, attendance the saving Contractors. Estimate on house bill receive prompt attention.. "

Commissioner: went on record'a* determined to brick the two roads. named if the nursing drugs etc., and the largely "
penal lax can be levied. : increased wage-earning capacity-

k ; iOA Wednesday following the board meeting Mr. Lesley accompanied by through increased efficiency. '

; +CbngressmanHelect W. J. Star, went to Orlando to confer with the Orange coming Labor to unions realize and more workingmen and more that are Contractor and Builder Yellow Pine Lumber Co.

,"county commissioners; hoping that a report of the Osceola board's action would sound physical health.,is the only cap-
t influence ahem',tu acr ,to fill in the four-mile gap in the paving of., the rqad on ital which the laborer possesses) and KISSIMMEE FLA.
"'Itheir ide. the belief (Is rowing, says. The ..Jour Plao HI195, Kutimmee Fla. k'
y Phone 266. ,
124 Sumner
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If Miami Preacher Fined forInvading W. V. KNOTTIS FOUR KILLED Fletcher Bill Regulating';

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I Miami-Miami i i. agog over the four; inches.. He started. for the door, Washington-The senate passed the That the presence of sponges of a ,
.est.sensation hero which developed but his foot struck the sofa and made I Fletcher bill\ regulating the catchingof ;diameter of less than five inches of Many
when Rev. Neil McQuarrie was found a noise, and someone rushed to the Fla.-Four men were killed sponges in Florida. This is one of : vessel or boat of the United States xi
guilty in Municipal Court of disorderly door and closed it. He tried to forceit at the most important local in in
near Inverness when the boiler of measure engaged sponging the water of .-
conduct by being in a room with another open saying that he would shoot engine drawing an Atlantic Coast Line which has been passed at the present the Gulf of Mexico or the strait of
G" man' wife, the verdict being through the door it it was not re- I freight train blew up.: session of congress. It is providedthat Florida outside of state territorial
c rendered following a trial lasting two leased. They they suddenly let loose, The dead: on and after the approval of this its or the po a8e ion of any sponges of
J L, hours a.nd awenty minutes. He was and Ben fell into the room. He saw A. J. Yarn, conductor; of Lakeland act it shall be unlawful for any citizenof less than the said diameter sold or delivered
.,'.:- fined f60, with the alternative of tried at once, he testified, and G. W. Caspn, engineer, of Lakeland. the United States or person belonging by such vessel, shall be'prima a
i\ spending sixty days In jail. Rev. Mc- to shoot him, but his mother Wit Frazier, colored, fireman, of to any such boat or vessel, to takeor : facie evidence of a violation of this
Quarrie is pastor of the People's Congregational grabbed his arm and held up the gun. St. Augustine, catch, by any means or method, in I act That every person, vessel or boat i
Church. He appealed the McQuarrie tried to slm by the young n An unknown negro, who is supposedto the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, or guilty of a Violation of this act shall
case to the Criminal Court. man, but he caughEthe preacher'shead : have been stealing a ride on the the straits of Florida outside of state sponge of a less diameter than five
;Y Ben Shleppy who was charged with between his knees, and in this train. territorial limits, any commercial Inches found in the posseaion of such i,
t discharging firearms within the city situation they fought for some time, The train was in motion at the timeIt sponges measuring when wet 'less than person, vessel, or boat, and said line ? '
limits, was discharged, although he the mother attempting to pull her son I was wrecked. The bodies of the five inches in their maximuum diameter shall be a lien against the vessel or
t,. (admitted having shot at the preacher. off the preacher \ engineer and fireman were badly mu- or to land, deliver, cure, offer for .boat on which the offense is committed 0-
t,1; {udge Phillips! hlld that it was a "case Finally 'the preacher broke away I tiliated by the force of the explosion sale, or have in possession at any portor I and said vessel or boat shall be seizr4and
,. necessity." and ran to the door. Ben jerked loose : The boiler and cab "mere torn en- place in the United States or on proceeded against by process of
wflldence introduced and sworn to by from his mother and fired at the fleeing [3' :.' tirely from the running gear of the any boat or vessel of the United i libel in any courthaving jurisdiction
t i a dozen witnesses indicated that on form, but the shot went harmlessly engine, leaving the tender and cars !| States, any suchaommerclal sponges. of the offense. '
;,.' Friday night about 8:30 o'clock crashing through the glass door. intact, and were blown fully fifty feet :_
: < Shleppy, twenty-one, returned to He tried to follow and get another in the air, and turning over twice, I -- --- -.
JS!t i his home at 318 Waddell street. After shot, but his mother held him for a ..." landed in the middle of the track fullya I T
putting the machine in the garage time, nearly tearing his shirt off! his .,'. hundred yards ahead of the train. WRECK .
lie busied himself in the building a back. When he finally got loose he .,.,. I The engineer and cbnductor were ON CURRIEHELD
few minutes with minor tasks, and |I rushed out of doors and around a corner both carried along by the force of the
4 1, soon saw a man slipping in the back 1 running into hii! uncle, whose explosion, and the body of the con r
way from an alley. He said he saw it name is also B"n Shleppey. An explanation ductor was found underneath the debris f
was McQuarrie. After waiting a few followed, and the young man of the boiler and cab horribly COASTLINESanford.
minutes longer Ben slipped into the continued his search, but was unable I mangled, both arms being blown off
house, but Could see no one. to find the hunted man. and the rest of the body crushed beyond Orland-D.
j He went upstairs and aroused his Neighbor say that they saw Me recognition. The engineer wjt<' I ,.

, sister, Hattie, and Sallie Sawyer, girls Quarrie in his night shirt tear out of i found beside the track some fifty feet train No. 82,
about sixteen years of age, telling the Shleppey nouse ami across thestroet further on, literally parboiled by the
l W. V KNOTT due here at 1.15: in the morning was over without bail to the grand Jury by
he hid
i He where for few minutes
here a
them that preacher is hot steam, while the fireman was
wrecked and the of
Monday Judge Herring Senmnolecountyafter
( then went down stairs aqd saw the in the shrubbery Later he !roke from Tampa Hon. W \ K-iiott state.I blown back into the tender and scald narrow escape of all the a lengthy preliminary hearingat r
door to his mother's room ajar about there and Tan north. ed to death, as was also the hobo who passengers
i. - --- '- comptroller announced definitely[ that from death was probably due to En- Sanford Monday on the charge of
-------- he would be a CHndirlrte! for (governor was working his way on the engine. I gineer Rowland who slapped on his murdering B. F. Bryan. The hearingwas V
in the l Democratic' prinuiits: of11'\> '>. The flagman had just left the engine air and shut off the engine before he not concluded until after 6 o'clockin a
u Masqueraded as Man for He said that he nad *'W en given a ;r.>-it at Holder and gone back to the jumped for his hfe. the evening.A .
II deI l of encouragement to make\: the caboose or he would doubtless have In switching cars at Rand's Sidingone stubborn fight was made by the
race and would an so unless) urforsocnuicumstanc met the same fate as the engineer, fire- of the switchmen had left four array of attorneys on both sides. The v..

Years Turns Out a Girl 'es ar'."o. He is a |popular man and conductor box cars on the main track or they. defense was represented by Attorneys r
; I man and his entry into the'race thu ----- had reached there through the switchin Davis & Giles and Carl B. Robinson,
early| will create a great deal of inteiest some manner that will probablynever of Orlando, while the prosecution was p'
L I TWONEWFLA.POST be explained. As Engineer Ed. in the hands of Solicitor Gary D. Lan-
OOUOOOO NEGRO KILLED state treasurer. On the death of the siding his headlight revealed the and George A. DeCottes, of i r
} 4 DIED OF PELLAGRA. SHERIFF AND POSSE Comptroller A. C. C'room he was elevated cars on the main stem and with a Sanford it
Palatka-Aaron Carroll, the negro to that office by appointment. prayer on his lips he shut off the I
Orlnado, Fla.-Dying in the murderer who was captured Saturday At the recent election he was chosento OFFICES train, applied the air brakes and RECALL ELECTION FOR
':: County Home of pellargra and night at Southerland's turpentinecamp the same office. He was at one jumped for his life, as did his fireman. PENSACOLA NOW ASSURED
; y laid away in the paupers'graveyard < near Interlachen, by Sheriff time a citizen of this city. The passenger train carried two express .a
.1 0 here, the last chapter Kennedy and a posse, and who was I cars and one of them was Pensacola-Chairman T. L. Gant; of IIt
in the strange career of Hiram shot twice in the head and once in the FLORIDA ASSUREDOF Washipgton, D. C.-The Postoffice smashed to splinters. Express Mes- the recall committee issued) a statement -
<' E. Calder was brought to a close hip before he could be subdued, died I Department has announced the appointment senger Cardon had just left the car in which he says that in his
+ and buried with her perhaps is RIFLE MATCH of Andrew Blocher as postmaster
in the Putnam county jail. which was wrecked when the crash opinion a recall election In Pensacolaon
+ the secret of why she masquer- Carroll had killed his sister-in-law a at Florida, Polk County, Fla: came The car contained only a few all three city commissioners is
+ aCted in Orlando for the past few weeks previously, and he and sev- Washington, D. C.-A divisional rifle This is a new postoffice.The barrels of fish\ and this constituted now practically assured. He requested I' ;'
+ ten years as a man. < eral of his pals, since the commission match with contesting teams all postoffice Esmeralda, Lake about the only loss of freight, though: that all cards be returned whether
O of the Crime, had been terrorizing not the way from Virginia down south, to county, wil lb emoved 200 yards northof thedamage to equipment was consid signed or unsigned and when these t
+ OOOO..O..OOOOOOO only those who worked at he camp, take place at the range near Jackson- its present location. erable.A were opened it was found that be'I'
ville October 5 to 20 niclusive, "
I is now The Postoffice Department announces
but the entire neighborhood. wrecking train was immediately tween 60 and 70 per cent of the people
Orlando-After residing here for assured. General Foster of
'' Adjutant that the postoffice at Clear-
On Saturday night Sheriff Kennedyand dispatched to the scene of the wrock favored a recall.!
" nearly ten years dressing as a man Florida, has started home, after talk- water, Tarpon Springs and Winter
assistants the whole outfit t and the road cleaned in a
copped was
-;1 ::; rand/ giving the name of Hiram E. Calder I ing the matter over for two days with Haven have,.been! elevated from thirdto up .
( but not until a desperate fusilade few hours, delaying traffic but a short
\ the supposed man now dying at of bullets had been resorted to. the war department officials, who second class, and the pmtofftce at time. -
1 the county home from pellagra, was promised their full and enthusiastic St. Petersburg from second to first Lll u ,
., J found by a local doctor to be a woman. d co-operation. General Mills, shief of class. The postoffice at Waldo has FLORIDA MEN PURCHASEBIG .... ,I'. d
I She came from near Richmond Va. Only one resident in the whole of the militia division, said that the war been demoted from third to fourth
about 1902, accompanied by a so-calld the Oundle district of Northampton-' department will instruct the states class. TRACT OF LANDDe

t" wife. The wife- died in Tampa borne shire, England, with a population of: about drawing on the government for Another departmental announce- for ,
SpringActing a
taxee-jrears. ago.' Calder worked for 12,000, was prosecuted in the last year funds with which to participate in this ment states that George W. Jones has of holders Flor- .
a .
syndicate property .
\, several: years,in Hungerford's bakery for intoxication. match. been appointed( postmaster of Palm ida real estate has consummated I III ,
I' and had--ince.made. a living as best City, Palm Beach county. This 1* a deal whereby agency$100,000 worthof :' :-,
-eh*'could,.being in feeble health and woman' real name is not known and After seven years of effort an American new postofflce also. a lands in Walton .
cut-over county
t. -only'able to work a few day out of the examining doctor could get no Information expert has established in Uruguayone A chna the loction of the post. change hands The purchasers are ; '"

the month; being dependent: on the as to why she had 'masqueraded of the largest and best equipped office at Cross City, Lafayette. county, Dr. D. S. Swain? and Jake ,Wey, two .,1,'.'\ '
; '. -charityof others since last'fall. The as a man for so long time. veterinary colleges in the world. . is announced. well known citizens from. the southern Wi1'" 1r \
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.- part of the State. .
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::! -----I The land in'question is located in the '=3faaer+d"-aw.M"t rn -
':.L '" DEATH BY TRAIN northern part of the State, and it is r ... ttra w-- hM
the purpose of the new owners to divide '
Pensacole-Over fifty people, manyof Your Boy's Roo
it up into small farms and en- .-,
whom were women, saw Eddie McCoy \
a fifteen-year-old boy, rundown courage agriculture.. should be practically aa well. as artiatically s;

and mangled by a passenger train at fun ah.d. I
. Bluff Springs In the crowd were JOHN H. DORR DROWNEDAT
A "StatulMxr Modem s
Lavatory in his
some women who could not stand'the WEST PALM BEACH
: room would of incalculable
prove benefit
sight of the boy ground to pieces and
fainted, while others had to be helped West Palm Beach; -Capt. John H. to the younger boy bjr training him q
away from the scene. Door was drowned at the inlet while through itf convenience and attractiveness t
:! 1 The Home of 'Blue Ribbon' Printing The train was the MobilePensacolalocal I bathing. He attempted to cross the to orderly, cleanly living. YOur
passenger, and" was due in, Pen inlet carrying two children and be-
-. sacola early in the night. As it enter- came exhausted in the swift current. Free lavatory booklet will enable ak
t ed Bluff Springs the McCoy boy at- The cries of the children you to act on tlua, suggestion wi..I,.
tempted to run across the track to a sistance and they were saved. Captain
point where his team was tied. He Door's body peered by that TilE OLD RELIABLE PLUMBING -bas
: :: Good Printing Depends Upon apparently was watching his team in time and was washed on the beach a SHOP
the fear that it might become fricht- little later. His wife saw the drowning R. L. Starling, Manafer.
r ened and paid no attention to the on- from the shore. Captain Dorr c
Ave. Phone 244-X
rushing engine. He had reached the owned the excursion boat Haswasit. Darlington
j"k ; Skillful Men and Up-to-date center of the track when the engine lIe was about 42 years old and leave. [D DYOUR'
: struck him He went beneath the a widow and two brothers here.

'1 .. wheels and before tho train could be .
We Have Both stopped the giant locomotive had ------ - .
i 7 Equipment. ground the boy almost to a pulp. The ... .... l
1. train crew was held until a coroner's I -- --
-21It !':.- jury was empanelkd and exonerated i
them of blame LAST CHANCE!!
No matter what you want in the line of printing-We do it-and we always I

It. do it just a little better than the other fellow. ii I BUILD NEW DEPOT r rOUR
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11 ,i I In a free-for-all competitive'con with printers from Ii. com Tallahassee-Members'of the Flor-

.t 1 peting, we were awarded the "Blue Ribbon" for the finest printing at the SubTropical 'I ida Railroad Commission announce GREATANNUAL

: Fair held at Orlando last winter. I that the Seaboard Air Line has decided "
i on the erection of a new modern

:; t' We don't claim to be the cheapest printer, on earth--because we believe I passenger Jacksonville.depot The at announcement Baldwin, near was SHOE SALE: r t

}I! i in paying fair wages to our men-but we positively do the: best work and do it following a conference between the
members of the commission and Supt.H. .
te J! at a reasonable prices Try us on j jr W. Purvis, of the Seaboard Air -

' Line. Mr. Purvis submitted plane
for a depot of commodious design,
Booklet of All Kinch' showing umbrella sheds on three lines
I which use Baldwin as a junctureas '
[ Circular* a juncture point. Wide concreteor
I pebble walks will face the depot SATURDAY r c
Potter and umbrella sheds i
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; c4: 'Letter'f.tJ. Work ,
: I' Pensacola-Dr. .Mallory Kennedy. i''
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UnitedStates rbef:4es utrtl yol'sbitat such reukaricevble' valuable < >
;: -+-- Color Printing acting assisUnrsurgeon of the *
.; '. 'I I nubile health service, in a a. you will Hn : LinotypeComposition: statement calls attention, to plague ., '
f I conditions New Orleans and urge If,row Want REAL SHO11' RGA1N3 GUARANTEED- : rl '

< the resident of' PensacoU to protectthe V LUES> -at a good big:reductiondon't HUM tuft'OWE' < :
; -' exterminating rats' stat- .
city ; .
A Next time bring your printing to the Valley Gazette Office--end get ing that-JUch' dleas.;.. impossible l
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iSocietyNotesP $ I Woman'sWorld .'

: I _. I Salads should be an important feature '. ,
This eGly'a Outfit May 8. Easily
fact that. has '
i a thing 'always '
I of the summer menu. They tempt ,:
Tr.'or..d Into a eathlnv.Suit. j been done in a certain way-the I I ./j
,, (Mattie Belle Harris. Editor.) I mere the appetite /and if they are carefully
precedent-limits originality and halts Titled: Daughters of 8ooity L..d- made are easily digested. They may
i progress. For example: In n recent ere Make Newport &*aien .Gay. 1' be nourishing and dainty. They need '
I Request is made to alt patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items i issue of the Survey the question why rot be heavy and rich. They can b*
kitchen sinks have ben made low
so I
c oi f society events to the Editor for publication these colonial i I was discussed. No one seemed able I I' made to left-overs utilize in a And palatable, most way important vanous .

I to explain. Finally a certain maker : of all. they suggest a..way to utilize .
discovered that the: original 8tnks were .
of the
. T _ " made when the washing of dishes and(. almost every one wholesomefruits
-----1 and >s of the
: Church Social. I! horn: The Factors of love and truth, 2-! other tubs with sink-work was done Such in wooden A combination vegetables salad is a good summer.sort y''q'

The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian the love of beauty, the power of learning when used in high sides sink a tub I' to serve when there are odds and ends

:i Church held an ice cream and the power of observation, the'' far he sink a high made came up too of vegetables< in the refrigerator. A 8
so was low. Fur-
cake social on the church lawn Tuesday : power of reason, the power of expression thermore macedoine of vegetable*-cold boiled '
as running water and fixed
i evening which was both successful ( and the power of production. faucets had not long been made the j peas, string beans! diced beets, diced
'and pleasant. : "Culture is the art of tilling or ,, tomatoes and other left-over vegetables
tub had
to be Jilted out of the sink
-- rendering the soil productive of and the lower the sink the tighter the I mixed with French dressing and '' I'I
Reid-Burtner. making mind and body:! produce by relining lift serwd I on I"Uue--18 an economical
Though improvements In faucets
t I Mr. Hal-fold Reid and Miss Bessie improvingj.nounshing, training, kitchen salad!, for it can be made of whatever !,
sinks have been made Gdf
} E. Burtner of Saint Cloud came to .deteioping and advancing their growth no one 1 I \\tgelubk--" lefngeratolr\ holds. !
seemed to realize that the Rink could
Kissimmee Thursday in an I II : r 'jSTHWHEJWY I
morning by labor, rare, and study along physi-iral. I - ---
l auto, accompanied by MeRfrs, L. C. moral, and intellectual lines It I be are-compelled So women i MOUSSE. ;

II Riddle and J. D Harm and were married is the great art of making: two bladesof I were-and to endure I 'fuk". for one quart of rich cream

at the Presbyterian manse bj the grass grow where one grew before. : discomfort household when doing their ordinary I II one pound 1 of fresh fruit: ._ Cashed ;;
of the church the Hey Dr. W. work. There may be a cer- f-tramerMix with '
pastor It is the great art of breaking up the I I through a fine foJUl'tr'
Withers peon., virgin soil of the mind, and of planting | | tain be reached percentage before of he inconvenience human mind to I tablpc onfuls of sugar, set the f J }
'J the !seed I which shall bear the fair I the I over the fire and stir until the sugar
w nook Party. grasps' fact that something must
flowers dissolved thoroughly Remove from .
and fruit f
ripe t> a vigorous '
Mivs Lillian Pienti entertained be altered. The
at wise inventor
mind in a.healthy body. It Is the a>.tof < says the Inc and add one tablespoonful
ro k at hr I'fhe Journal of -the -AaiexicanMedical "
() Wednesday home :
,1 ; evening lush has been dissolved in a"
making the most and the best of I Ij gelatin!
I It
on Main street. Delicious refreshr Association, attains a reputation for .
and women-from the -l tile Stand on ice until
cradle to + .colsL'at..r.
manta of punch and cake were I'ervl\Q l:j] I I brilliancy by making his'invention be-I I chilled: Mix" two -table -------
Those who enjoyed the .evening were I lOre grave j! 4r fore the need becomes obvious to oth-i thoroughly =
VS.zt spoonfulof powdered sugar and onetoahpooiiful'of .
;, Misses Lillian and Muriel Prentis, I l % ers | ,
,. I; KISSIMMEE. 1OU>G PEOPLE / vanilla extract with .
Helen Bass Medora Rufpel and Mattie : \t t
Belle Harris. I: CATCH BIG JEW FISH I II ___ CORRECT ..FOR -DANCE. i > and whip thoroughly, adding c
: I ___ I III. '' ' "" .SL little bv\ little the chilled strawberry i
v Shakespeare Club. C. Stanford, upon hm return this I Dancing has made a trained evening juice sweetened to taste. Pour into a I
I --
--=----- and
s The Shakespeare dub was delightfully I week from Coronado Been, brought: I I ;. gown almost Impossible.. Women mold, coverer> tightly pack in
'' andalt for three hours.NrLOUPE .
entertained by Mr, J, W. Pren- report ,of the merry fishing: parties)' ," . have got about this difficulty by wear- DUCRSHM OP MARJ.ROHOUUH lie

.+ tie at her home on Main street Tues- Kissimmee folk are enjoying while I "" /: ing evening gowns are really t :\:: SPLIT. 5,

day afternoon Refreshments of there. awrenc Carr and .Miss Violet ,, .:-. '. f.l ....."'r short. These are quite comfortable, Newport is itself 'I Chill cantaloupes, cut in halves, ,
punch, cake and candy were served. Bullock catches, if not I '" for, although\ they are tight at the congratulating on seeds fill hol- !
desirable. the of its crape away,
,; social
Those present were Mrs. F C. Bryan, the most On the same day' .4.- ,..0 ., }; lower edge, they are so short that There season 1 low which vanilla ice cream. Place ""'"
Mrs. N. C. Bryan, Mrs Boise, Miss they each caught a big jew fish, one -- they do not interfere with the anklesin are many distinguished guests haKes firmly together and lay on ice >*
t Bay, Miss Aultman and Mrs. Knbbs. weighing one ;hundred and twenty BUI'S'Bt'lT dancing. One of the new devices present and expected. The beautifuland freeze When ready to setve
to run v\
They will meet with Mrs Prentis again five pounds and the other one hundredand 'I for the woman who likes to wear a clever young Duchess Consuelo of I silver knife between the halves, which .*
train and likes also dance Marlborough is the guest of her mother -
r. next Tuesday. } fifty pounds. I to is the
Mr. Stanford's family are The little bOY' *lIuit illustrated hereis separate sash train which is quite dis- Mrs. O. H P. Belmont, at Marble separates the fruit, also slicing the "

Young Ladies Sewing Club. I lished in a cottage at estab-I made of blue flat Mi, with turned tinct from the skirt, and attached to House. Other titled daughters of cream evenly over each half. Sprinkle I

1. Miss Joe Berta Bryan entertained will spend several weeks at the over linen collar ant cuffs The gar- the waist. It can be easily picked up American famines who may take partin with chopped nuts, preserved fruit berries,
ment is presentable anywhere with and tucked the social festivities of minced pineapple or any or tnt-
the Young Ladies Sewing Club Wednesday up out of the dancersway Newport
afternon at her home on 'Clyde collars and cuffs With these removedit during the season are Lady Granard, | ti-frutti jjriseiNfsi "
-4 t, avenue. There were not many present makes a neat little bathing !suit the daughter of Mrs. Ogden Mills; i,i FRUIT BUTTER.i ;

on account of the rain, but the afternoon Lightweight mohair and wool is a material I Lady Camoys, daughter of Mrs! William easiest, to make fruit but;. ,
\ way
,r The Summer School conducted by I which may be adopted for the I EMBROIDERED Watts Sherman; Countess Seihenyi i
I was very pleasantly spent. CRAPE ter i<- to cook fruit, through ,
I Refreshments of ice cream and cake Mrs. F C Bryan, Miss Albina Smith making of the suit if flannel is not I daughter of Mrs Vanderbilt, add sugar, pour press in a large -grolande

',1 were served The next meeting will be and Miss Dora Russell, has an attendance I liked. It rmy also! be carried out in and Countess Guy de Lasteyrie I (rock of jar and place in a hot oven. I

t.. with Misses Elizabeth and Anne Car- of about thirty-five pupils. any of the lightweight or washablefabrics I Makes an Elegant Costume for Sum- The rank, beauty and public spiritof I i At firM put on bottom of oven and ;'
suitat le for boys' suits at thl: the Duchess of Marlborough have
; o'clock afternoon.
air at 4 Wednesday
"- lion I when il commences to boil place a slide
The school is inits,, second week, and season. i mer Afternoon Entertainments. made her exceedingly popular in London I'
under It no stirring and
e, 1 Pythian Sisters Entertained. I the work Is proceeding nicely. It will i\ I iI society Even Queen Mary has doenot' -plattei requires toor burn the .
a The Pythian Sisters were delightfully continue six i weeks shown her liking for the young Ajnen, I
longer. .. i
hands and makes richer better butter
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'' J entertained Wednesday afte'- I.. can woman who has been so' generous : When
canning peaches use peel"t,]
-:''j noon by Mrs. Sam Ragsdale, Mrs. Members of the TT Kissimmee baseball i HOUSEHOLD HINTS. <. with her wealth in relieving Uje London 1'Itl/o f for butter Peelings! from one '"t;
; George Overatreet and Mrs. H. M. (0 oQo poor and devoting: time andmoney
club motored Orlando buhd111 make four quarts of but er.
upto Wednesday 1 I ieI
-di- Breaker at the home of the latter to witness the tame between Loughman ': oH-X" COOt to many movements for public betterment i 1I 1- _
: In spite of the rain there were fif- -- ';
.. and aPlatka, played on the Or- To disguise the unpleasant taste of \
teen or more ladies present, and the lando salts in I Her entertainments at Sundry-land I >)
diamond/ Loughman won the Epsom drop a little lemon
f.. afternoon was very pleasantly spent game by.a score of 6 to :9. juice. Then you will find the salt solu- House are brilliant affairs, often will put this Standard in '.
ewing and chatting. tion quite, pleasant to take. graced by the presence of some mem $I 0
I i ii Delicious refreshments of punch and I .* ber of the royal family. I YOUR HOMENOW
; ,1 cake were, served. Like her mother, Mrs. Belmont, the '
1 To insure a Yorkshire pudding always 'I T .,(0(
SKIRtS 'OF duchess is a suffragist, though not
r NET. i a I.
: orial. being light, it Is a good plan to militant one. tr'

Mrs. S. B. Aultman and Mrs. T. M. add a tablespoonful of cold water to Her two boys, the elder of whom,

;A {: Rivers were hostesses at a dime social Th.y M.k. the Tunic the batter just before placing in the the Marquis of Blandford, is heir to i, t;
on Tuesday evening at the home tof oven. vt v,;
I the dukedom in ?
. are England in the I
; In Hot W..thar.
., Mrs. Aultman on Broadway, f'ven fbr ae A care of their tutors. t;
i, the benefit of the Ladies AI Paint marks can be removed by b wt
of the Christian church. I soaking them for a short time in ben- <
The following pro&'J'am'. very\\ zine or turpentine. then rubbing them THE POWER OF PRAYER. %'*' -
H "
much enjoyed by all present! [with emery' paper or a little pulver-- In that part of Kansas where they n 'I'
Ella \ ;ized pumice stone.
Vocal solo-Miss Mae Gilbert
i Reading-Miss Grace Winn.: tl. *, >s needed rain certain-church congregations I Iq

Vocal solo-Miss Susie Spear. \ or; Fruit jars should be sweet and gMfG' united to petition for ,it s jlhl. t'

t r Reading-Miss Helen-Bass \ clean before. they are put away. Puta r ."Didn't I see your husband going to M1 Jj I silk '1;'
t; 1I Vocal solo-Mrs. E. E. Wells. I' pinch of soda; in the jar when you church today?" one Kansas woman inquired

I Reading-.Miss Lenora Van Duzer : give it its final rmsng This will de- \ of another IAV 1 G GII Gj +

I Reading-Mrs., Cochran. stroy all old flavors.. "Yes; he went to ask for ram I
Reading-Mrs. VanDuzer. a i "His faith must be pretty strong"
/ The life history of the Ch rch-\frs.: If dumplings are kept boiling steadily : "Yes; he wore his! raincoat and took
1 :Porter. from the time they are in the pot':, his overshoes and his oldest umbrella" j .

,; p Delicious refreshments- were served until they are taken out, they will be I| "It didn't rain." '
much lighter )Do not take the lid off | "No; but he brought }back a much
MOTHERS' CLUB HOLDSINTEREST1N oftener than necessary. better umbrellas than the one he took )
;l MEETING I I away." II

The Mother's Self-Culture Club met Before frying the breakfast bacon I '
2i 1 j jHit I ---- \\1 1, ,. ,
last Friday evening{', at the Chapter ( off live rind and dip each rasher FLOWER SUPPORTS I h", .I ,,,15./11) u. l I'I'I 'I. ..r., Uard i can Rotary comet '
"' House, with M..... W B: Makinson, and i ear in flour; then fry or grill quickly This' ,, -! ., > 'II" .,
; daughter, Miss Amy Makinson: as e s: prevents the fat from running and To go in the veranda jardinieres
5 hostesses. This meeting was an "open \t (fives the bacon a better flavor 1 V there are IonIC wooden stick, painted SEWING MACHINE

'R, ; meeting," and was held especially for 1 .' IffNt green and topped with little wooden' Jill',i a ., .,,,1 I ,I" r. i ,u a Huhat '4
's' and teachers. A good i I The important point about cooking ee ,, birds of brilliant hues or with brownies I. "tI", I It,n, t?i "us .or., MO any \ uuii
+ crowd was in atendance despite the inj j w n peas is to have plenty of water, boil or gnomes. I, sun I ,,,,ISM tti,"- "mot.""\ Th! ] "Hitstiiu -

t.- i clemency of the weather, ,and after al rapidly and drain as soon as btiey are a ,' These are thrust into the vase 01 v %"M,"tI ti, 1.i u'tin and,' 'unurt p'nllila, I you VKRYMAl tom
'"" ehort business sesion, the following done Peas cooked in this wav will < jardiniere when long stemmed flowersare 'HIM:': .: tru<1C.t .\:-: PKKIJ FOR
II program was delightfully rendered: I t\S" retain their color and ,sweetness. .- used, and the heads of some of the LII"J! 'omr In mid ie-t me demon-
':: The 18th chapter of St. Luke was flowers are tied to posts to keep them ulrRt' 'it for )ou

J 4 k i r ad by Mrs. Makinson. followed by a If making mayonnaise in warm from falling. J. W. THOMPSON r
f* beautiful prayer in the form of a I'weather, it will take only half the timeif These posts can also be used as

poenv which w written especially: for you put the dish in which you make stakes in the garden. They are very KI..I........ - _ ..
: a club women. II the mayonnaise on a piece of i f Their picturesque wherever\ they Tire 'used -

&r ':: Vocal Duet-"Will the Roses Bloom 'Ijb and eggs should also be ca t BBOIDBBKD CHAP OOWM. I' '
( in Heaven"-Mrs. Witherspoon and 1' S c'I

i Reese at the piano. I train, it is secured! to the bottom'ofthe crape combined with a darker shade. _
,I'.1. \ "The Relative Duty of Home and : box by a few strong stitches of The latter is adopted for the collar, .

,. School), in the Moral Training of the I II II II thread, the most delicate hat will not cuffs and the deep empiecement for I The Prescription Drug Store" I

Child"-Mrs. M. Munger. II I be crushed, as, no mattere how the the draped! tjnic The coat is of the

"The Basis Virtues Which the Child I box is turned about, the hat will not basqued style The very novel high .I

?I ( Should Possess on Entering the I move. crowned straw hat worn with the cos- (
't a School"-Miss Elizabeth Aultman tump is trimmed with an embroidered

".f Reading "We Mothers"-Mrs. 'J. ;;TO RELIEVE INSECT BITES. band ASK US ABOUT OUR

j1 1- Earl Lupfer. Encore, "Give Them a
t4t r, Place to Play." I 'When' insect bites occur the Immediate SALTED CUCUMBERS. +s
i -' "The Vices a Child Has Usually Acquired : application of a little ammonia Anyone who is fond of fried oysters Rubber Goods
f a Before He Enters School r:often prevents swelling and inflam will like these. The largest green

ii Mrs. Conrad Bryan. I II mation. It is a good plan to keep V cucumbers must be used, As soon as I

;'1 "The Responsibility of the Home I bottle of oil of eucalyptus, because they turn the least bit yellow they be 4
I: for the Health of the School at Large:1 I I t"iS > mosquitoes have decided. aversion to come tough and will not do. Pare and 1

i! Clean Bodies, Clean Clothes, Healthy ,, the smell, and will promptly leave for slice lengthwise, having the slices an No matter what you may f
Bodies Well-Fed Bodies, Well-Clothed Ii : other fields if a little of the ail is eighth of an inch thick. Dust with \ aunt in tbc way of rubber goodsn.

Bodies1*-Mr* J: T. Burkhalter. I .. ., : sprinkled about where they congre- pepper and salt, then dip in- beaten I WI' hale it And you will find ,
I' f Reading-"The Mother Look-Mrs. gate, or a few drops be put on the egg yolk diluted with a tablespoon of j ('M'ry aiticle' t from hot water bag '\

7Earl Lupfer. I I pillow case at bedtime. milk; cover with flour and fry until i I e to nipple] for baby's bottle! as ,)

'. .After the rendition of the above program I.' Photo by American (0;... AftknrtatlonHUAKT ------ tender and brown. I y ,,,, high 'in quality as the price isrtalh 4;+
delicious ice cream and cake MANAGING A SURPRISE PARTY.A -
was CHERRY SALADS. I Ipw We handle only ,
). 8TJE !
erred by the hostesses, and an enjoyable FHmrH! .>, guaranteed rubber goods-and
add delicious flavor
Cherries to
s.. social hour ensued I i I we giVe a positive
after which you
o young correspondent wants guarantee\ that
i suggestions salads and combine with almost any ( cur stock will every piece of rubber goods in .
the meeting adjourned to meet wear ,
again for a surprise party. Often fruit. To both red and white cher- one year or jou get your back. When
The long draped tunics which fash- use buy rubber money you
the fall. } goods
ionable women are this surprises are far from welcome, but ries adds to the appearance. A delicious you want the bW, and you get it here at prices that {
Mrs J. -Burkhalter has this to wearing seas .are real< Come and I
if some one of the family is taken !ee.
salad to be eaten with either
the' on are undoubtedly but -Parisian ',
warm '
about work of the mothers'club -
? a&7 into confidence the affair
: modistes with their customary 1 1- managed with can gelWlJ'al-,1],| and French fruit dressing juices or flavored one made with of either sugar RUBBER. GOODS BARGAIN!?: ;',
", The Mothers' Self-Culture Club Ugradually ingenuity, have found a way to remedy let Fountain '
each girl prepare a basket or box maraschino is made by Syringes; -- __ y. :,1:
this Skirts sherry or combining ------ _' _
sometimes mad $1.00 to $4.00
growing and to are Hot -- '
we hope Water --
I Bottles !.
< of luncheon for two Juat as daintily either _
shredded _
freshor __
pineapple ---- __
\ with a net yoke over which the tunic -- to 1.00 '
e. gain 41,large membership in the near as possible. On arriving pile their i' canned cherries and sections of Ice Caps ------'--- -V"V_-__ j" :
----- __
. .future and to do great work, both in fall. Some costumes; even have entire bo'xu or Bulb ___ ______ to 2.00 ,
,': the home and school The Twentieth skirts of. lace or net. The gown il- in one placa. After the ..urpriaaI. anges.' Serve on white lettuce heart Syril\gel\ --- -----------________________ _____ 25c to LOG n r ,.<
over try Borne good games, thenblindfold with ebeetee balls. If the sweet Atomizers of all kinds
Self-Culture Association is lustrattd here, wa, snipped .*t. one of I Nipples Teething ..
1, ,Century 'one boy at a time and let is use* no dessert will be needed tlen. We.arry a Rings and Baby Rat y J R
,t a.; Hoia aDd School Association. Bye th. French races, where,fashions are him (elect a baaket or box and stand especially V chopped nuts Goods Hue. eompleteallllortment of everything in the Rubber, ,.iot.

'..4r' th pleasure work it provides_fo.r the exploited. Tunic- and corsage are of in line.with' his treasure unopened added \the cream cheese of which : .;
task of the teacher flowered ailk. -with satin are
the a atrip
'b metrmakea After all are applied each one is to ar\ '
.. eaaier,alnoe'it. makes-the.pupils which runs up and down.- .Th surplice have three guesses to determine which the ball made. PALACE

'mor. alert, 'naore appreciative*and, !, flnlshd with a:plaited frill of net, girl prepared the rdr.shment"When L "Three" gool .laugh an hour three DRUG STORE
'- 1a'.t.1Mir.tltadla for itk and the waist !. ndrel d with a gtrdle hours'
., + partner arc_loud go .to the dining square mw and three work .. .
1'd.ydops 1I1Iei Ia the sbfldtrofi; of aatinrtbhonTh*:M1d" ofwhlU l'DCIm.-wben: ... aonw willing out-door Teflr day: i. prescribed by 1LUI O. RAOSDALS. '
'v :ilM MYeD f*dorl of education, a. Sote iet,-adornedwith'row.-of i aj>- m1tmMjet'tMfam11rWillJIa..Ah Krai-Thomas' ejajett.oCBrooklynjN.! I la 41. PP.S. and Mar.. if'j'.y.q..PIL& "

:*' *.>.;/ ..\ -.jaolatedby. ". aor.FairAe14 ,Ot- row_ frill*. -! 'w' ,w'it i } Z ranged,. pretty, #tabl.- Y:, tot long 4*f Sh is 102.: / "'!ran. rnon-.... "" 1raa -.-. .; '

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; ; THE KISSIMMEE VAIL 'GAZETTE Captain Breaker is remodeling the" r ; : -

I 'v+! -(T!lepbonNal1.. )' L.home,Dann bought. located by''-the Franklin corner from.of, 5' ,. I NEW PEOPLE BUYING BALL PROBLEM-

f' Published :Every: Friday:By Bryan'.nd Beaumont streets.. 'a,

W. B. HARRIS. ., x. HOMES IN KISSIMMEEConddersbk"acti RD
", I ; _Little.Jeanette Griffin:left,Mond 'y T. \ BEFORE'BO w
for her home in iKissimmee after a

very pleasant visit with relative,''In ,Summer'! Cooking
Continued from First Page.
the city.--Naw Smyrna Breeze
I Weather Report I'I'ollowinc *Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston' andMra.Joe'Searl rSboUl D'f 'Cook in real1'*estate circles tv yi has this been week.noticed that part of-their, work well, and Kia
simmee has
ball it
a park may nalJbe
of Kissimmee, werevisitors + A number of prospectors have been in '
town looking! for bomesites and proud of, and can use for a number
to Morning
r our city on Friday.--- -
the Cook .
: are the daily temperatures Sentinel. () property, and some'sales have been, of years if preserved.In. .
' and precipitation as recorded, while others are in-the makIng order to tau care of the property

reported ,by Government Dr. Hicks has gone to Kissimmee Getting dinner 'ready. .-- in some definite'way. the Board)
for a few days stay; intending to re- Through Hv M. Breaker and Company of Trade at the last meeting in June* .
J station at Klllhn for the -
nee turn here Saturda '.-New Smyrna in July is' just as cdmfortablc Fuliam R. Brown, of Brooklyn, instructed a' committee to see about
; ; week ending July 16, 1914: Breeze. N. Y., purchased fifteen acres In West the Incorporation of an athletic ano--
as in November Kissimmee this week and calculatesto elation for that purpose. Such an..association
Max.Min.Rain Mayor H. R. May made a business out citrus build has ben formed and charter,
if pat a and
/ Friday _______. 90 71 .50 trip to Ocala and other points in cen- you use a home on the property grove in the near fu-a for as reported to the boar*.

Saturday __?._. 92 69 tral Florida this week in his automo- FLORENCE OIL ture.. Mr. Brown will return to NewYork' Monday night, and this asoclation'

M Sunday ______. 91 70 bile.Ed COOK STOVE. to wind up his business\ but expects bal agrees to assume responsibility funds be of the
"Tit T.i ei.l Point in Oil Strvt ttf be back in Kissimmee in park providing can raised)
Monday _______96 72 Roberts, the efficient lineman' of Huttrj two' to clear/it of indebtedne .
Tuesday --un 97 72 the Kissimmee Telephone Co.;and Max The heat or three construction weeks and within have his house under W. J. Sears, a member of'the com- d.

Kritz, spent last Sunday at Pass-a- goes.intothe FLORENCE thirty days. pnittee forming the asociatlon, said ;; ,,,4'
I Wednesday ____ 97 72 .80 t' His sister will come: to make her home
Grille, enjoying the surf bothing. cooking, not into the- with him. Mr. Brown has been locomotive that the body .wanted the endorsement .
Thursday __ 90 70 .22 a -
on of the board. lie thought the
Mrs. van der Meersch, Mrs. Livingston kitchen. It. does your Oil Cook Stoveswork engineer for thirty-six of forming an athletic asoclation proposition t
00040 O 00 0 00 000 t 0.0..00, to. Mrs.L.. Winn, Mrs. Meikle- years and has only recently retired
was a good ofieTand said he would
-- jon and Mrs. Pearson spent Tuesdayat well and reliablyLook for the LeW from service. like to see the association become
. M Paradise Island, the guests of Mrs. - - Breaker and Company also sold Mr.Bl''on .
I11111111I111111111111111IJ and keeps you com- owners of the property, and augested
---- Pickering of Montana home
Bullock. a that the town be canvassed for
'1 fortable. It requires less watching and regulatingthan --- this week. Mr. Pickering bought a lie stated that the shares'!subscriptions .k'
Ben Hodgins, who has ben employedin house andl three in West Kis
J I II11111111I1111111I11111111 Dann's Department store, receiveda a coal stove. simmee. would be sold for $10 = : telegram this week that his mother shares would be isued o those who had 'Jl
ii ,
; alread subscribed in labor
I ill in Wichita Kan. and left material'or .,
was very You can keep one or four burners at an intensely hotor
money. I,
immediately for that place. He was
i 1 GUESTS AT HOTELS A motion was made and carried that.
i, rat W.' H. Brokaw, with Griffing Broth- accompanied by Arthur Alexander. merely simmering flame. i the .board give the athletic association ".
ers, the tree people. 40-tf Miss Laura Thomas gave a moon- its hearty moral support and endorsement j f
Come in and let show how these Florence
-Judge Decker was in the city Monday I on Tuesdayeveningtordouse us you DURING THE WEEK and recommend that it should'' ;

from 'St. Cloud. -- guests, Miss Automatic Stoves work, how simple and reliable.No take charge' of the building; and '!, !
Edna Tomkins of Helena and Miss grounds lease and equipment of the ;
5/ or 6 doses 666 will break any case Susie Virginia lIuey of Atlanta.-At- Wicks to burn out.TVo f a vet to leak. -Onre - "GraystoTHsr ball arl. '.

of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. 1 an ta.Journal started each burner will the A. W. Tilden, Winter Haven; MissF. A. A. Tano a8lcedn5rtlje'Tiewasso-r)( ,
keep going at same L. Vinning, Kansas City, Mo.; M. elation- was to take. over the bait r +
A. E. of St. Cloud was in T. Base recently purchasedtwo team. {1-1'
Drought Henry
power until you turn it out. --. .__ A. Davidson, Boston; -O,. jPrentis,
the city Monday. hundred head'of cattle in Sumter Boston; B. F. Roe, K&ansville; R. Replying. Mr. Wagner aid that that ,;,
county, which he had shipped to this Gates and wife, LoughmanT-'Wr-Mil- feature had not been in-eontomplationr
Nf s Mrs. W. W. Carson is very ill at place, arriving here last Sunday. Mr. PERFECTLY SAFE ler, Ora Clavin, G. B. Agaigg Miss K. and would have to be settled by the' "

t her home on Church street. I Bass found ready sale for them and by Gates, H. C. Harper, Loughman; E. 1.Peopl directors of the asociation- He did taw
had of the entire lot. not know whether the aaociation would'''
J. M. Blount of St. Cloud was in the Tuesday disposed Kenansville' ; Wm. Mill, Phila-
1 I delphia J. C. Hard wick, B. A. Dood- undertake the direction and management K
city Monday. F. Wade Vaughn and daughter, ;
t( Katherine, of Atlanta, were visitorsin W. B. MAKINSON & CO. ale, C. W. Huggihs, Tampa; A. K. of the ball team or not. 1"1
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. and Birch, Jacksonville; Leo Weiss At- The communications to the boanl-
the Wednesday were entertained -
Osceola Lumber FuVniture Co. 29-If city by Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Fans- lanta; eo. B. Graves, Atlanta; Leslie were items of interest at the meetingthis
Alonzo, T. L. Meeker, Tampa; H. T. week. The secretary read a communication ;
1 Mrs. Li W. Pilley spent Tuesday in ler of Pinedale. Mr. Vaughn and Gaird, Atlanta; T. L. Archer, Atlanta; I from the Gainesville Board ,w .
business. daughter were en route to Tampa. of Trade protesting against the read '
Tampa on C. H. Moore, Junction City; A. D. king
Miss Ethel Cheney, H. C. Schrader, Jacksonville of official thermometers throughout ,
Julian Monsd'ocaof Whittier was In Mrs. E. A. ; j
the state at different levels. Also
Mrs. C. A. B. McNeise, Clerraont A. M.
I Gilbert, Mr. Gregory, Mr. and ;
this week. ..
: city one from Lockwood and Greene, .hoe-
- -- -
I Richard motoredover Wellslager, Jacksonville C. W. Anderson
i L. Bandy and son, ; -
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. i I to Daytona Beach Wednesday. Mrs. A. S. Gilbert received a message Tampa;; J. A. Sharpe, New York plant architects; one from Hanna'sArt

Osceola Lumber Furniture Co. 29-tf They are expected home on Saturday. Thursday night that her father 4 II City; V. V. Sharpe, Tampa; W. T. Studio in regard to a photographstudio
} 1 I-I was dangerously ill at his home in CHURCH NOTICES. Bigby; Macon; E. E.;. Trunkett and here; and one from Southern ''
John Baisden and Lewis Johns came Dr. C. L. Hyatt returned home Tuesday Palatka. She and her brother Mr. J. #.: wif Oakland, Fla.; W. B. Watson, Construction and Supply Company fn> 'r 't
up from Whittier to attend court this from Johns Hpkins Hospital in D. Jeffords, left on the midnight trainto ; wife, Oakland, Fla.j; W. B. Watson,' regard to meat packing. equipment; -
P week.P. I Baltimore, where he has been spend- go to him. METHODIST.Reverence I Jacksonville; G. B. Netherton, S. D. and machinery. The president : ::
ing the past six weeks taking a post- is a cardinal virtue of Mcllvaine, A. R. Rainey, Tampa; M. rected these to be turned over to di1t't:1"

M. Smith, of Jacksonville, is graduate course in diseases of the ear, Mr. and Mrs. Andre van der Meersch character and Christianity. The B. Lines, Milltown, N. J.; E. S. Hull, committee on New Enterprises.. It i
A s, visiting his mother, Mrs. Ernest nose and throat will leave Saturday for New York and Methodist pastor will discuss this sub- Palmetto; C. B. Webb, Tampa; F. H. interesting to. note here that inquiries- "" ,''

Green. Canada. Mrs. van der Meersch will ject with his congregation both Warning Plummer, Petersburg, Va.; llymanWerchin about establishing new industries in- #
C. J. Nelson has returned from a tripto for in Canada but Atlanta J. T. En- Kissimmee are being constantly rat !'-
e II remain some time and night next Sunday Every- ; Bridges,
'" F. E., Collier, a prominent turpentine in the- Knoxville, Tenn. He reports business Mr. van der Meersch will return to body cordially invited. ville, Fla.; Robert Diple, Chas, Rice, ceived. These axe all receiving attention '
. I man, of Narcoosee, was conditions favorable and says L. G. Colton and the committee in charge)
I New York to look after business mat- Tampa; Toledo, 0.; W.
:;: \ city Monday. | there will be a. number of people coming ters. PRESBYTERIAN.The R. Subers, Jacksonville. of this feature of the board's work-
i ; to Kissimmee from Knoxville to have on a number of correspondences?
f\\ Carlton Stevens, of Bartow, spent j I upend the winter. regular schedule of services will Manhattan. that are expected to result favorably
t, Sunday with his aunt, Mrs. F. G. Dr. M. J. Hicks returned Tuesday be followed at the Presbyterian Church C L. Matthews, Luxova: Ark.; T. J. for Kissimmee. .

..1. Thomason. Mr. and Mrs. II. R. May and chil- from Coronado Beach, where he spenta Sunday. Sunday school beginning Smith, Apopka; T. W. etzen Port
, dren, of Kissimmee, who have been at few days with his family. The doc- 9:45, Mr. W. L. Moseley, superintendent. Tampa; H. M Swearingen, W. S. REGISTRATION NOTICE.'E
Mayor May and fomily have returned Micanopy on a brief visit to his broth- tor reports a most unfortunate acci- Junior Endeavor at 3:00: and Drawdy, D. Li Bass, Mrs. Jane Mc- Notice is.hereby given that the re "-
.1' from a several days visit to ers, J. W. and M'. M. May, ]passed dent to Mrs.. Hicks, who last Sunday Senior at 7100.: Preaching at 11 a. m. Dermitt, Whittier; C. B. Duffey, Jacksonville istration books for Osceola county YiIr''

; Alachua. through Gainesville Thursday en routeto fell down stairs and fractured her and 7:45 p. m., by the pastor, the Rev. ; Leon 'Lamb, St. Cloud; lden be open for the rstraUonotvotrrt ,

/'i Professor Haddock, of Lake City, Alachua, where they will visit other right wrist Dr. Hicks states that .W. B. Witherspoon. B. Dabbey and wife Greenburg, Pa.) on the first Monday in August andt : ._.
,ft'f has been in the city this week In the relatives. Mr. May is mayor of the when he left her she was resting" easy J. Snyder Chillicothe, O.; Miss L. A, will remain open till the second Saturday -<
interest of Columbia College. Osceola county metropolis.Gainesville and getting along as well as could be BAPTIST. Lombard, 'J'ol do, 0.; Frank C. Hall, in October. The books will bet-
r: Daily Sun. expected. ( Atlanta; J. F. Ewell, New York City; open at my offleefon Main-.treet.
;;; Jas. A. O'Berry and Riley Godwin, There will be services at the Baptist A. B. Barrs, Tampa; eLwis Willis, St. C. W GRIFFIN,
h.l of Whittier, have been attending the lion. C. A. Carson left yesterdayfor church both Sunday morning and Louis; Mr. and Mit. J. P. Kimbrough, 30-8t Supervisor of Registration:, ,
( ."' county court this week. Clifton Springs, N. Y., to join Mrs. night Dr. A. J. Holt, tl\e)\ pastor, will Lakeland; L. Levy, Jacksonville; J. J.
: Carson and Miss Inez, who are spend- preach. -Stephens Clearwater; P. E. Mc- BIG CATTLE DEAL. _
ttl z :Mrs. R. C. Weider and children ing some weeks there for the benefitof Daman Miami; J. E" Wilbur, Winter One of the biggest catle deals of
i,, L leave today for St Petersburg, where Mrs. Carson's health. Mrs. Carson For the Children LAYMENS MEETING.Last Haven; Ivan C. Humphreys, Atlanta; recent date'was the purchase by E. KJ

{ \4,.. they will reside in -the future expects to be gone about three weeks. Sunday all who attended the Miss Ruth Shields, Miss Fredericka Skipper, of. Bartow, and C.: M. ,Hart;
f..t rt\- ..? of Bassenger was represented in the Laymens meeting had a greet treat Zellar, Peoria Ind.i Robert-Ivey, Trilby of Fort Meade, of the stock and pastures
L B. Drawdy and John Drawdy, city this week by J. H. Walker and in .hearing of the wonderful success : Fla.: H. H. Bailey, St Cloud of III ram'J. Moody, of Oseeols
r. the Whittier section, were in attend- Joe Underhill, who came up in 'Mr. MiM. west and Carhart of the Chicago unday school county, east of the Kissimmee river
. ance on the county court this week. I Walker's car. at Tuxedo Hor*. Show. tion, and -wonderful wide s conven"l Lee'Jarrell, who is Gworkln'g'asre.liel The consideration wts $125,000. This-

i interesting information. The telegraph operator during vaca- number of cattle transferred U about
t Mrs. E. L. Johnson returned Sunday j F. E. Zepp, a prominent contractorof I' tion, returned to the city from Dun-
where she has was a 'spiritual one, and all who attended 10,000 head.-Polk County Record.Dr. .
from North Carolina Apopka, was in the city 'Mondayand went feeling that they edin this week. After spending a few
been spending the past two months. made the Gazette office an appre. had ben blessed by being there. ;, days here with hisc mother, he will go A. J. Holt has returned from

Miss Lottie Lawler, of Kissimmee,- ciated' oall. Mr. Zepp was here building Next Sunday's meeting 3 o'clock I to Alachua for the remainder of thesumem.r Tampa, where Mrs. Holt is ill .in the* ,.I,;

the guest last week of Mrs. Ernest estimates pn a large order of in the afternoon, at the Pastime Theater hospital.
was Morrow.-Mulberry Herald. ; material to 'be used on several, will be led'by Brother Smith who I I :
building contracts which he has se will illustrate his talk with blackboard -

' B. F. Chase, of Oklahoma, has been cured. illustrations. A full attendance is desired I I

Kissimmee this week prospectingfor and we should all) endeavor to DkeTiis
in Are)&
E, L. Johnson, of the Osceola Bicy- ?
1 a place to locate with his family.Mr. ) cle Co, has purchased the new bunga- bring some friend with us and get I| u .
lined for work at
up good/ spiritual our r
I. returned to low recently erected by J. J. Richards
and Mrs. J. S. Silas revival. W H. JONES, Chairman. I(
their home at Mt.. Dora Monday aftera i| on Vine street, and will begin work I _,_ ___ ___ I
few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. at once making a lawn, planting; flowers LOUGHMAN BEATS! KISSIMMEE.
Ernest Green. and otherwise beautifying; the I

I, ground Loughman Loughman; defeated
Mrs. G. A. Gilbert and children re-, | Kisaimmee last Saturday in one of the
wherethey I Mayor H. R. May and Congressmanelect I
-- turned Monday from Dade City | best games played on,the l local grounds ,
few W J. Sears were invited to ad-
have been spending the past
V | this season. Barze was hit freely and
dress the citizens of Apopka last rt
weeks. i had to retire in the fourth inning.

Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker and I I Iifc Monday municipal night waterworks on the and subject electric of s Simpson, for Loughman, pitched a ,wJ -t

_. daughter Elizabeth, have returned 1 lights, but both were forced to declineon jam-up article of'ball throughout the : T ( )
game, and held Kissimmee at his mer-
from extended visit-to-WayeroB; *, account of-business engagements.
Savannah an and other places. 03"' cy at all times. Features of the game. .- /! Oi4 I I
Mrs. S. L. Lupfer returned home @ rr was ilensat 1IaHteldmg-of-Pound.-and r -N t.
Miss Maurine Dann returned Thurs- from Orlando on Tuesday, where she Hatton and the all round work of the
day from Lakeland, where she has has been in the hospital undergoing entire Loughman team. This is three n

been spending the past week as the treatment. Mrs. Lupfer fell sometimeago games Loughman has won from Kissimmee b

guest: of Miss Annie Laurie Waring.Mrs. and injured her shoulder quite in four played. Line-up: .
seriously, and it was found necessaryto I Leughman, Stoker, center; Saffqrd,
John McPhatter left Thursday perform a surgical operation. Her Photo by American Press Association.At third; Pounds, short; Bramledge, left; ,
for North Carolina on an extended many friends are glad to know she is Bennett, right; Hatton, second; Ma- \ -
visit Mr. McPhatter wil! join her now rapidly recivering.Dr. the horse show recently held at Harg, first; Simpson, pitcher; Hicks, -
later. fashionable Tuxedo the members of catcher.

F. C. Zellar and Miss Ruth the pony class attracted considerable Kissimmee, Pounds, short; Alvery,
T. L. Rainey of the firm of Person & Shield, of ePoria, 111., were visitors in attention. This class was made up of center; Bullock, right; Payne, third; / :
Rainey left Monday 'for a two weeks the city Tuesday and Wednesday, look young folks who exhibited their favorite Pitcher Brechenridge, (first and third: /
-''F' visit with his parents and friends at ing over three sections of land Dr. ponies and horses. Arayed in the innings) ; Buzza/ left;! Bass, second; w

..... Moultrie, Pelham- and Ellaville, Ga. Zellar and members of her family own. latest riding and driving; habits, they Taylor, catcher; Barss, pitcher; Car- ."He that it stricken blind cannot forget

W. Cobb tax assessor, returned They left Wednesday for Asheville, presented a very smart, not to say son, first The of I a'
'. Dr. R. sporty, Society' little Score by innings: precious treasure his ey"ghtoat.\ ..
vacation N. C. Both ladies were delighted with appearance.
month's spent
I i from a familiar with from Klmlmnxe __ 000 000( 000-0 t 2 ,
WIn and around Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. their visit to Ksisimmee and stated folk are ponies LouGhman .___u___.U 4 000 00-4 & 1
that they thought this the prettiest their infancy and as soon as they are

Cobb will remain three weeks longer. section of Florida they had seen. able t0; sit in the saddle are taught to'''' G. O. COMBS ON CRUTCHES. If -you will take good care of your eyes,
Mrs. J. M. Bryan arrived in the city ride. They are also schooled in handling I

: from her home at Dania, Fla., yesterr -' MJ;. Rull Bass, one of the cattle ; the reins Nand are altogether; Night Marshal G. O. Combs ib walking Your will take
\I: day, to spend dome time visiting rela Icings of the Kissimmee Valley, >s thoroughly; versed in horse lore. The i around on' crutches as the resultof eyes good: care of youAre

f. tives. looking; after business-interests in the two little girls whose portraits are a painful* injury to one foot received ,

"City Beautiful" today. He says that shown above are Misses J. Warner while chasing a negro a few I you giving your eyes the attention warranted by- the strain you put ,
'; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dunn and son cattle shipments to the West have West and V. Carhart. They were ex- nights ago, the negro being suspected them *4 *
? Are
them the
giving assistance in of needed
Lakeland Sunday hibitors at the show.o.oooooooo. upon ybu any way *
!/ Charles, motored to ceased, especially for the present time; of breaking into the Osecola Hardware
and spent the day as the guesrof Mr. that the owners are aware of the fact r I I store. I glasses)

rt. and Mrs. Justin Waring. that Florida is not overstocked and ooo !1 The chase led up the railroad tracks Good eyesight is more important than 'can be estimated in dollars and

( and child will ;will hold 'up on shipments.-Orlando > .4'''and Marshal Combs caught his foot' cents, yet you often give it the least possible attention. "*' '
Mrs. J. C. McFarland Reporter-Star. 000 THEATER DELAYS OPENING. > ,under a rail giving his ankle a painful '
leave St. Louis in a few days to join 000 The new Graystone Theater twist and cutting an ugly gash acrossthe .

m''"., Mr. M Farland here, where they wiymake Dr. and Mrs. Hicks, with their 0 will, not'be ready to open tomor- top of the footJ. I Have ,Your Eyes Examined at Once.

I their home. daughter, Mrs. Pearce and granddaughter 0 row night as was expected as 0

residence of N. B. Carson on Miss Lucy Pearce, are stepping 0 the work of painting the seen- > 'Kuykendall has become Willis
The extensively remodwf [- in the "Kulo Kottage." Theirdaughter > erg i is not yet finished However, > Powell's associate in the making. of
is being
Broadway addition of one room and Mrs. Wood, with her son 0 things are being rapidly completed 0 the Clearwater Sun. Mr. Kuykendallwas I Cole & .-
; and
eled an Unley
valued member of the
is being added on. Milt, are at present visiting them, 0 the picture machine has formerly a
two porches staff of the Pensaeola JournaL He'isa
from Atlanta, a. New, Smyrna > been ordered and the theater > :
5 or 9 doses 66e will break any case'of Breese.V > will be ready for business at an .> gentleman, scholar, an able newspaper .
Fever or Chill Price, 25 eenta. 0 aerly date. To make up for tlti0"del. man,, and a good citizen. Be /nocfrra and OplomttruttTtBreaewsv .
;.E. Chancel of Hydro, Oklahoma, Farlow the 0 and Powell-together wil make an ad-

3P.A. Smith president of the Dutton visited in Kissimmee this week pros; > is panning to open, with manager a''.vatdeyil *-* 0 mirable tteamPensaeola Journal. 'I ,v -'NW : t-'a ,
"" 'l'?' 1f*rrla Shoe Co:Ja hen-oD-accoUDt:of peeling for a location.. He war very 0 )<,troupe M well as platens'> 1 W. can : ,-forthe above statement -' 11:1: "r, I ... ., a .
:- ,'. .A the.U1Dy\of\ Ida deter, Mr."Vlt. Wl much pleased"wlth. land'here.-and .- _...J .,I a* Mr. Knykendall was formerly .; ,1 I..
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ViB.*-'. .C.*. L.Physician HYATT, *and Words,' of, Pi iscFo,4 -I 'NOTICE.,- oJI FLA. Fighting Deadly' 'Plague: : tt :

; Surgeon I Notice II hereby'given that on Ssturdajr I'I

Phones Mayr's wonartu August the 10th A. D.' 1914, - In Old New OrleansBubonic

office; 17BM. 'Kssimrn. Stomach Remedy the undersigned will apply( to.the go,.

FloridaJJB. -* ernor of Florida for letters .
24? patent ,
.: ---- .. .Jtow. thankful Wars to upon the proposed ''charter* of, which H IS I DISCUSSED

.you VGOF.for wonderful getting a a.hold.me4y.w of.. the following 1s a true copy, the origInal plague has lnv.ded New public 'health service had been called

., .1.: W.: SIMPSON:; ,.- Mr' wlfs could not ha.. of said charter being now on file Orleans. Two caseshave been foundIn on for assistance. .
bad but S short time to live In the secretary- atate 8 office: Surgeon-General Blue and Surgeon
DENTIST. .if she! sad not take.* your C. CARSQN, Jacksonville meeting of the executive the Industrial Home of the Volunteers Creel are now in charge of the situa
Wonderful Remedy whoa
..M did. On. more of thoos S. L. Lupler, board of the Florida; Drainage of America, one death resulting, tion. Wide experience gained in fighting .

Upstairs In Katz Dulldlox.Orru I . aa* was W. C. BASS Association, composed of George W. the post mortem. confirming
!1_ Houms: f. $ a. ID. &0 j* % taring her without would a doubt..ks.vo kilted No. El L. LESTiY. Oliver, W. S. Jennings, A.- W. Gi-| nosis. Francisco hag ,given eneral Blue a

. lJO &e 5: ah' la Ires from all pain J. D. WOODBECK. christ E. Nelson Fell, S. F. Sherman, training for this task possessed by
Telphon No. 7. Jun 6. Irf I- / free from heart trouble I .nJ G. H. PRATHER P. A. Vans Agnew and E. L. 'Mack Thanks to the ceaseless vigilance of few, if any, other sanatariana. while

._ I free Naur.Igls--.II from that disturbing W. B. MAKINSON, was held a the Hotel Burbridge. All the quarantine officers of the United Surgeon Creel's masterly work: in '
I the resultsof
:; TR. W. W. CARSON five tre.tmenlnd S. H. BULLOCK, members beinng present except Mr. States public health service which this is Porto Rico, in controlling the plagueon
the ex'pulalon of fiveor six ,hundred Gall H. R. MAY. Sherman. but the second instance in this that island, is well known.
Stones Now alie la able to eat anything abs dread disease has gained a foothold on
D. W. Oakley decisive and effective action
DENTIS1Office ante and her appetite la coed and before G. drainage engineer i Swift
American soil the last
(, taking your medicine .". bad no appetite and W. J. SEARS United States Department of Agriculture -,. in twenty is necessary on the part of local, state
over Cole's Jewelry.Store when she at. anything aha would suffer death R. T. BUTLER department of drainage investigation years, during which time it has made and national health officers. The immediate -
for so doing and could not sloes at Bight one if its! periodic and mysterious circuits of the
and assured the general
J. W. PRENTIS was present co-operation
Office Roars 8-12. 1-5 nre taking your treatment ahs ,sleeps well .,,1
: in,ht lon>. T.. A. I'I.' LL.. __ ......." LEWIS O'BRYAN. board of the disposition of his of the globe. public and especially of all railroad,
7 Office 1 58Residence" -
phone The above letter. ahould convmc you ntore ment to aid the association to .forward The four world-wide epidemics of transportation and local officials is
,,1 23 than anything we could ear In behalf of PROPOSED CHARTER bubonic plague in previous centuries
CM of "larr'a. Wendrrftil. ....._h .._,.. Sufferen -of the-, the drainage spirit" and encom- while death also necessary. Ports reached by shipping -
administered for extraction teeth unprecedented
ahould try. one dOM of thia Remedy- KINNlMMICH ATIILKTIO: ASSOCIATION pass the reclamation of Florida's carrying must bo watched to prevent landing
\ one doee ahould eonttnce hem that they. cad overflowed lands. and disaster to the human race did of th erodents responsible for .
h* restored to health. Nearly all Slom.c" The undersigned do hereby associate not touch the North American continent -
H. More Members the disease.
T\R. '\, arr canoed by the clogging of the themselves together for the purpose bf I at that time unsettled by civil- spreading
If JPHYSICIAN' AND SITBMJMOM intenttnal tra-t with mtscoid and catarrhal ac.rreiiona becoming Incorporated under the lawsof Plans were discussed to increase the It is impossible to state at presentthe
Citizens Bank: Building allowing: nniaonoua fluid. Into the4.tomh Florida.. as a corporation for profit. membership of the association and to ized men and cut off from communication extent of the infection or he number -
and (Mlt the ... with the-ou"tside world. :-it
rwlM" dwraniring digeetfveynlrm. to known as the KIHSIMMKK: ATH
Kisslmmee, Florid Mayra WenclrrfaJ HtofC rai Remodypain4r LETIC ASSOCIATION subject to the create a state-wide interest in its The announcement of bubonic plague of hidden cases but we may rest ;;
.*1y removea thfiM accretiona without a laws of Florida and the following work which means so much to the development assured. says the Journal of the .1'1
., Phones: Office 29T or 64 .uy-m-al: fmrratnn aol I piit an end to ColioX'fart charter vis.' proposed of Florida's resources by within our borders, if made ten years American Medical Association that \ .;..
!. U-lyr *. cawe; in the !Siomach and Inteatineannl Article I I. The name of the" corporation the dissemination ago would have caused consternationand with aid of ,.. .
Re idene 26 I lil--of .Ihr ......1 vmptoma *f !Stomach. shall he KI8SIMMEE ATHLKTITASSOCIATION. of information as to the the fight will be waged the -
J tY.'iani Int.-ftnal Ailment*. A'"k yowrilfiRKiNt ., and Its principal placeor the advantages attending the reclamation panic throughout country hundred all the weapons of modern science and**' YfIII'
while hundred 'three
atiout Mayr'a' Wonrterfnl HiomarhI'nndy business shall be In Kissimmee OBreola of wet and overflowed lands one or that all necessary funds wil be
M. RIVERS. M. D. nrn.t) to f-ft If MaytV MIl county. KIorldH. but the board of and as to what has been years ago, the disease would (probably
-, T. fVniiit.' I M4 Whiting' St.' Chicago III. for directors mAY establish branch offices accomplishedin have been unrecognized and would I promptly provided.
f 'r t P. '.,101"! on ", Imo h Aitmrnta and many at other places from time to time other states by drainage.In .. Some one has said that the first yel- m
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON I .,I-, ,../..* l ] "If'.m |>*''tile wha have .in--. mav be desired an informal talk former Governor have smoldered i in its characteristic!; low (ever patient always dies so also

;: Office oyer O,o olii Pharmacy I Article 2. The general nature of thelitirilneiii Jennings commented upon the fashion until a large number of cases with buhonic plague A characteristic -
to he transacted by said cor- and centers of infection had de-
For Sale In Klsalrnmeefly 4iuriXUm shall 1>4.. -to promote athlellc lack of general interest ingeneial iIi=- many --.----- -..- of this disease. that is-jsmoldcrs:
; PHONES' t 4Re1ideute&AI J.Tt.:: : UOBEnSON ..ntl-fprlses and events of all kinds; to lerest In drainage matters displayedby vt'lopertr unrecognized and suddenly breaks out '
comce H'iW.L. purchase equipment therefor. to 'buy. Today through the knowledge givenus
I Floridians, such interest at present apparently from a number of different
And Drugglstg Ererywhere.' ,
acquire and hold real estate for athletic bp scientific medicine we know the
being confined the few officials centers of infection
; purposes or any lefrltJmate amusement the method of transmission and
WINN ,-iit.-r-prloeir. tn build acquire no.1maIntain and some large land holding cause, The. discovery of two cases in New
: ( ITATIO'I. \. : baHebnll, football: and basketball : I,I companies. the necessary measures for controlling Orleans indicates that there are other
parkH and athletic 1 Urine for the thin dread lack death" of history. \
.' ...'.... ; I]I I. That large submerged-areas not infected and we may look
PHYSICIAN .b. f Irruli fonrl. Judlrl. promotion nr nil manly iiports; TO Tiuiid are "Knowledge alone, however will persons
( Irrult In ..d for Oere-olit ( .,unty.I or acquire ifvmnaslums. runnIng I tracks alone to be considered but the small for the report of additional cases in-
t: Office 2nd Floor Willson. BuildLnf.CB -'I..rlda.In and all; paraphenalla. for field athleticsto drainage projects should present muchof never Raw The knowledge must be the course of the next weeks. .
r. ENtatt> or \\ H ThonniH. liorcaaiMiClint empl.>\ athli-\ to participate In promptly and energetically.
I R_ PHONC .j I "188..0: interest to the but that applied The is to he congratulatedon
I Ion I lo Show (1a us.- such i'\ -nls and to enter Into contracts people in country
No be lost out
F..oa. time must stamping
Or".,. Prrfxs V" To Katlk Thotiian C'HHUC! I). Thomna.arrvti for emplo) mtfnt with same as deemed about 19,000,000 acres of land in this { the fact that New Orleans and
\\ It ThoinnH. liatiU'l I) Thom- .advisablto promote amusements. of state are wet or overflowed.-( this the: infection. which in the case of bubonic Louisiana have in this meergency wide
aa. llford J Tliomxa.. Mary' A Thoiii- all hinds for the welfare of the com- plague is transmitted by rats
W .. a... All .*rt H Thonifta. John H ThotnHS munity. tp lean or purchase property I the'Everglades compose the smaller and fleas. awake and energetic healh officers
P.40 and Klay Motiroi Thoman all of for the promotion of the various purposes part, and that Florida will never truly I who have lost no time in acting.-
AGNEW & CRAWFORD Eau VANS persona Inl >rfHle<1 as hcira di'vlsofH. an alien same. I If deemed ariviorihia.I, come own New Orleans is in gratifying contrast I
or creditors In lh. entat' ofV.. 'SThotnaa. to have. hold acquire and enjov allother richest lands, are reclaimed was I to the inactivity, delay and evasion -
AT1CRtEH.ATLAWom. di'CPHHi'd itroetlnK proper powers and IhlnKS as shall I Ibe sta u.d.To.
You. and ..I.h of you are h.-ri>l>v consistent i necessary or expedient 1 Create Sentiment. of the responsible officials in San
I Drainage
cotnmandeil and at rletlynjol iipi. that for the conduct and of the Francisco under similar circumstances
om.... s.. !Cltltent: lunk Ball'llng operation
: laying: all i>,th,*r buHlrK'HH aiililo and riot \arlous enterprises or generally to bested .. F. C. Elliott chief drainage engineer ten ONLY ONE
I Kissimmee Florid .lIh..Il1ndlnl ati)' .-x eus-. > ou carh, I..>i- \. with and ha\'(.' all thu power a of Florida was present and rendered years ago .
aonally he and appi-or befori the judRo granted .. There has hen no hesitation no at-
i r which may hereafter b
service the board
f of our Circuit court on the 7th day of granted. to corporations for profit under great to by suggostions tempt to suppress the facts no "m-
r D. GEIGER. I September A II 1914. at the court the law. nf the state of, Florida. and advise. dignation" over the announcementthat
H. houa,. in thi. count of Onci>ola and Article. 3 The period of existence of George W. Oliver of Bartow was danger
state of "Florida and answer to a certain this shall the health of the city was in Kissimmee Is
I corporation be nlnety-nln of the opinion that much is to he done The Record in a Unique
r, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW petition made and tiled bv JosephP. 'year.. unless sooner dissolved accord .
Brown ndmtnlstator px-offlclo of IIIN: to lawArticle the association in creating a sentiment Isfew Orleans has learned by years One
:ff Office State Bank Building the P8tat ofV. S. Thomas deceased 4 The amount of capital stock in favor of drainage throughout of bitter with yellow fever [
: wherein ho ha. applied, for an orderto of thin corporation shall I be live thousand experience
this state. and that the reclamaion (
Florida take of and sell ; o that the denial always
Kissimmee. possession certain (15,000)) dollars to be divided I Into temporizing
t real estate belonging to the said estate five hundred (500) shares of the par the lands in each individual district give disease mqre time to develop.The If the reader has a "bad back" or
for the payment of debts. aald land beIng value of ten (*10)) dollars each Any would be a benefit to every other district local health officers promptly
known and described follow.. kidney ills and is looking for an
a. stock subscribed for shall be sold by any
as well as to the state at
QJEO. F. PARKER. to-wlf: the directors from time to time as the larl'e'l recognized the disease. The state effective medicine better depend
The southeaat of It was the sense of the board kidney -
" quarter the northeast same may be needed. The capital stock health authorities were immediately
t. Attorney-at-Law.- quarter of section seventeen township may be paid for In property labor or a state drainage convention to be notified and took action at once. Be- on the remedy endorsed by peo-
thirty-one, south range thirty- serviceat a just valuation to be fixed
; composed of members and
:, Collections and Conveyancing four east of the Tallahassee meridian by the Incorporntors or by the director delegates fore the facts had had time to appearin ple you know. Doan's Kidney Pills
and to do further and receive what our at a meeting called for that purpose. from all counties and drainage districts the daily press, the United States have given satisfaction in such
J Specialties. said court shall have considered' In that Article 5. The business affairs of this in the state be held at some great ,.. .
112% Broadway. behalf and this you lire not to omit corporation shall be conducted by aboard convenient place. to be selected by the cases. Kissimmee citizens testify to
i under a penalty certain as provided by of directors of not lesa than five.
; < lawPerkins':. 'L ._ .._ u. __ . __ Article_ 6. The annual. meeting! of the board some time during the coming ESCAMBIA RIVER this. Here is a case of it:
witue.. toe. "onor.o.e .amea w., winter. I WILL BE BRIDGED
aiocKnoiaera snail ne neia at tne principal Mrs. Sarah E. Rexford Kissimmee,
Q F. KRIBBS Judge of the Seventh judicial I office of this corporation on the
: : circuit of Florida. this 17th day. of. first Monday of January of each and METHODISTS BUILDINGBIG Pensacola-At a recent meeting of says: "My daughter suffered from
June. A. D. 114.
ATTOBMKY: AT LAW KISSIMMEE. FLA. (8eal) J. OVERSTREET, every year. at which meeting there Commissionersof kidney weakness for the past four ,.
shall be elected by and from the stockholders ASSEMBLY RESORTThe the Board of County .
1: Examination& of Titles a Special/ *8-4t Clerk of the Circuit Court. a board of directors for the enduing , Santa Rosa county the construction years. Trouble with the kidney secre .. ;
The board of directors
year. selected
Notification and ot: taxes ol r shall meet. immediately after Anastasia Assembly which is of a bridge connecting Escambia and tionscaused: much annoyance. We
payment A NISTRATION. owned and controlled by the Metho Santa Rosa counties was decided .
the adjournment of such meetlnw of r ppon. ::
_rellcSeDte'Yen careful had doctored and tried good
., the stockholders. and shall organize bIelecting P distChurch, of Florida occupies 'a With this action a long standing .matter a many
attention. I. r..rt of tb. (-.... .r ........ It... of from their own number a president beautiful land remedies, but nothing had helped her.
of close.
tract Anastasia is to Agitationfor
on brought a
Florida f>.... < .....y. vice-president secretary and i '
Estate of Enoa L. Cole. By the Judge treasurer hut the same person may Island one mile below South Beach. In a bridge between Santa Rosa and I[ learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and .'

Fat.Josnston G. P. GarretlJOHNSTON I of said Court. hold the office of secretary and treas. the center of tract, overlooking theocean Escambia counties over the Escambia got a box. I gave them to her as directed ;
A GARRETT V"hereas. H. E. Cole has applied to urer. has been built modern 52- the two has
this court for letter of administration Article 7. The saId corporation shall I a river during past years and they removed the trouble.
.., .rUJ. at Law on the-estate. of Knos L. Cole. deceased adopt 'an appropriate seal and. shall I room hotel, which will probably be resulted in nothing until this time.
late of said county of Osceola; adopt by-laws for the government of all completed and ready for the reception Whenever the subject was put to the The statement I gave recommending:
Offices 10, 11 ft 12 The. are, therefore to cite and admonish Its affair* not Inconsistent with Its
all and singular the kindred articles of Incorporation and the laws: of guests about January 1. voters, the vote wall always adverse. Doan's Kidney Pills some years ago,

dtlsans Bank Bldgy and creditors' or said deceased to bo of the state of Florida. which by-laws I Numerous individuals have built pretty The commissioners alopted a resolution holds go d." I think as ,highly of the ,. .i

,Cisslmzne: *, Florida: ., . and appear before this court on or be. may be amended or repealed as may be cottages and bungalows on lots in calling: for the erection of a ',
fore \he Ith day of August A. D. 1(14 provided I In said by-laws. close with the hotel.! the Escambla and Black- remedy.today1 as ever. .
of Indebtedness proximity bridge across '
and file-objections, If any they have. Article 8. The highest amount
\ ___a.'KASSKT, T. PIOTOW WASiOWJudge to the-srrantlna-! of tatters of administration oc. liability to which thIs It; is the purpose of the Methodists I Ito water. Now that Santa Rosa has decided Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply ,

//I Las eoa...!(orIK.R.CMUB. of tho on said estate otherwise the corporation hall at any time be subjected conduct the assembly in the nature to build a bridge, it is expectedthat ask for kidney remedy-get Doan's-
p1.... .. Criminal Court .same will be granted to Bald H. K Cole, Is the sum af five thousand commissioners will
I or to some other fit person t>r persons. ($5,000) dollar. of a year-round Chautauqua. the Escambia I Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs. Rex- j;
c MASSEY & WARLOW Witness my name a. county judge of Article 9. Until the first election of About $20.000 in improvements has order the construction of a bridge ford had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
the county:: aforeaald thla the 3d day' of officers the business of this corporation been expended within the last eighteen across the Escambia. possibly at Ferry '
; : .. %. ATTORNEYS AND COUNBELLOS! July. A. D.. 1(14 shall be conducted bv the following months, and the Anastasia Assemblybids Pass. Buffalo N. Y.v.t.vvvvv ..'
,. T M MURPHY named persons VtfJ Hoars president ;
(\t.c AT LAW (Seal) County Judge I>. Q Wagner. Ice-president and J. W. fair to become one of the greatest - -- -- -- --. -- '-- -- -
Iff[ -
: Praeties In all the Court of th. atata and ofth 2941ORu.n Prentls, secretary and treasurer and year-round resorts in the country. If

M:i *Matted States also before the Florida Rail- tho board of directors shall be computed Dr. 'I. S. Patterson is prisedent of . . . . . __ ',
: .4 Co.mI..Ioa. and ths Interstate Commerce KOIt of Arthur E Donegan. C A. Car .JL"A -JU.a..Jo.< __..A.. 666_ _ !T'I
1'( BI.M'ATIOV. ? v'v.v--w-v-t-w.-w-u-v v-w-w--'w-w-v--v-w--v--w---v--v-
'; I_ l-on 8 L Lupfer W C B..... K I.. Lesley. the. (assembly, Rev. W. D. Fletcher is

; 11-14 CBABLBSTOK BUM. ORLANDO. FLA. I. Olreaili f....... Hlate of Florida. MevrMtb .. .1 1 P Woodbeck. (? H. Prather. W. secretary and J. W. Rast is treasurer.
3413' Jaialfrlal ( Irmlt. Ox-mid' 4 It Ma "n.. in :S II I'.ullix-h. II )I' May. ..
bft ? la C.......r,.. onaty. l I'. t; Wmiti.r W J S.-,, ..... J W I"-e ii- PINEAPPLE- DAINTY. ,
!' John McNeil foniplaltinht.M. Laura tls. K T Hutle" and I.i'wla O'Bryan 'I I The favorite Store of Kissimmee I
I ANQREJOHNSON McNeal. Defendant The said. officers shall adopt temporary
It appearing ny' affidavit appended. b\ -111.. until the first annual meetingof Peel and cut a medium sized pine- i
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR to the bill filed In thtabovestated .i stockholders. apple into cubes, add the juice of one- ij
Article. 10. The names and residencesof .
raue that Laura >IcNell\ t defendant half a lemon, sweeten to taste; then j
,;;; Will Practice in all Courts therein named reHldent of the Htate of the subscribers to these .articles of
State and Federal FlnrldA. but that her actual po.tofftceaddress ,incorporation tog-ether with the number add one-half pound of marshmallowscut
,# \la unknown. and that she toover of shares of the capital stock subscribed Into quarters. Chill thoroughly, fill Poor ;
. ;.., Office adjoining Broadway the ago of twentv-on years. : It Is heach. set opposite his name. sherbet cups with the mixture and ,
!J.atia.n.. Bank KissimmeeR. therefore ordered that said resident defendant are us follows. with of ;.
be. and she Is. hereby required No. of garnish a large spoon whippedand
to appear to> the bill I of complaint filedIn Name and Residence Shares sweetened cream.
said cause on before the Arthur K: Donutean.' Ktsslmmoe 5
Id day of Auarust.or A. D. 114 Monday otherwisethe C. A. Carson. KI almmee_________ K Mechanics
.'j allegations of said bill will be takenas 8. L. Lupfer. KI..lmme"uu. ..uu_ 6W l't
confessed by said defendant.It . C. Bass. Klnalmmee __ ___unn 6Fi CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING l'if t
:!4: la further ordered that this order L. Lesley. Klaslmmee___.____. ___. Bit :
:. NK.U-S.: ___ "_ be-pu bl1aI>a4--4>""..- _.. '-- .. ..-......- J:!_
.. (} H. Prather. 6
. secUtlve weeks In The Kissimmee, Valley KIa.imruoe--------- I
SJJR VETOB Oamette, a newspaper published In W B KS Blame
1 said county and state H Bullock. Kla.lmmeeunuun_ 5
This July' Id. 1914J H R May. KI..lmm..euhu, -. R

'Fraternity Hall Klsslrom., .Fia.TttljL I. OVBRSTREET. l> Wagner. KIImmeen._ .nh BW Five Ce Per Line
(Seal ) fl I..rk Circuit Court J. SJeaefl. KiesimniceJ _ 5 ts
fly JAMKS M JOHNSTON. - W I'reiam. Kissimmee-.__________ 5 I
Deputy Clerk R. T Uutler. 6 .-. fach Insertion.. '
LEWIS O'BTIYAN. Lewis O'Uryan. Klsnlmmee _.u. BIn Their Tools '
Solicitor for Complainant. Jf4t witness whereof we have hereuntoset
our hands and seats this 9th day of WANTED TO RENT-Five or six ,
; July. A. D. 1914 room cottage to permanent tenant.

L *U>t- Physician State of Florida. County of O.c..ola-as. Give location" and price: Address. But they can't do that if they buy their tool. at "The H
Care Gazette.
on this 9th day of July A. D 1914 "TENANT,

0 and Surgeon tenet .of the Co..
OffieeBtaU Phones personally appeared D. Q Wag- land four-room inside V
In[ r. Estate of Chart. Edward Frank and good house, -
3t W. Prentls and Lewis
nir. O'Bryan. made of the best tool
are out steel by the best
Bank Bid. Office 41-R**. 411 lln. Osceola County. .. three of the Incorporatora, well knownto city limits; alsothreeroom mechanics.
NotIce I. hereby '41 .n to all whom me and known to me to be the modern at $7 month.
. It may concern that on the Id day of sons who signed the foregoing proposed cottage per They are true and they hold their ,
square edge. If
fovembor A. D. .U IJ. we shall apply to' charter of the KI881MMKK fiTHLKTlC E. E. Wells, real estate and in- you are ]

i Barfalnst I BarzalnsI I Bargains! the Honorable T. 3. Murphy, judire. ot I ASSOCIATION. and who. after being urance, 203 Broadway. about
aid court a. judge Af probate for art duly .""rn. each for hlmsolf.deposes to purchase
Dollar Day, July 11. .1 discharge aa executors of the es and Bays that they signed the foregoing. WANTED-Orders for cypress field j 4
of Charles Edward Franklin, deceased ,
charter of the ,
: andthat at cams time we ; : boxes. Prices right: Oscoela 'Lumber
::__ will present our ( a\he ks executors and uses ASSOCIATION therein expressedtllven for the. purposes ,& Furniture Co. 29-tf :
of said state, and ask for their under my hand and official seal New Tools.

., J. "W. Thompson approval.Dated Mar H 1st.M. A BREAKER O 114 thla(( Seal.9th day)) of July.RUTH A Notary D'ThOMAS 114Notarial Public. FOR and RENT-One warehouse, cheap.good store Apply room to ,1:

FRANKLIN. State of Florida R. S. Floyd. tf

Executors. My commission expire April 11. 1917. or replenish your preterit kit. come in here and ;,
OEO. r. PARKER, DWELLINGS for rant; opply , see our You ,

Attorney. Tiller. won't consider the price low until hive examined the

FUNEKA4and! I ; TO VOTE HELD CONSTITUTIONAL FOR RENT OR SALE!: -Two-story offer. No' matter what you want in the waj* of tools we have them- .

c. LAKELAND store building on Brack' St.i North Cross Cut and. Rip Saws, Screw Driven, Wreathes of aO lOa... HackSaws '
LICENSED EMBALMER i ADDITIONAL BONDS Tallahassee-r-Th Florida Supreme ID.A_... H. C. Stanford ,28tf, .
Court ham held the "ble sky law" regulating S Hers, Plaaes Tw-Ft RaI,is, absolutely accurate. Come- -

-. : Lakeland-Th* city commissioners the sale of stock In companies POR.SALEEXCELOLENT in and see our tools. We save J'I
l : to be constiutional. A test case was I
.. met In session last week and BARGAIN in a well ,

1 \Store: and Chapel.,SUwart A.'.. dl.poed regular of a, larger ampunf of busi I mad who :twas by C., refused H> Taylor a permit of Jacksonville, by, the,*, ;modern, conyer e .Uy,, ar bya DONT: FORGET-We carry a complete line of Standard Oil

f{ Ta': :. 'e, fO 'rLoDA. ness. TjM-'matter'of calling a bond I Comptroller to sell stock of a oertain partyiwhoiJUresina QUterent..part and Revoroc Oil Stove. Electrical: GoodVof all kinds. !Ice.Cream Freez

1or. -. I lelectton. was brought,-up and it was I company,in .this, state which.had not oC1the.atstesr4Ia ,WI1U to'sacrjfic ers. Screening-Everything to make a warm summer pleasant for
j with
.- ,-... ... the sense of the board to.hojd an el.cJtion of compiled'the law.Employee.t th..atrincent provision *,upvalue.. Favorable,terms.ot and your family. you
: payment can.b haal, will
: ,Wb a: : : "*--- as soonss, practicable) ,that the I pay -
wanting ideal to
any ODe : an- -nome
4 11,! VETBlUN'ART.StptGEON I people may decide upon'th1a'queaUGn < of a dairy;in Verona, N. seeMIW'also1lae4or., .
-i.-.CaU 7or-w. at th.*. ballot box. ,Mayor O. 11. Eaton ?.. Jhavaioeeaiforbidden'touse!: rough rant..a4.exc.l1etn&U
j ..A. F RICHMOND"DtmghmsnBoad. __ will Imm.d1at.lyis.u.E.: .proclama-- language' addmsinff:cows they r arro.copver4:
,,' .i1 ,',\\I '.... ," , ;. "- 1 1,1I1 t10a"designating! a.daywhen.. this *leo will ttilkvi ptodaeNDa0n:oo.;:: tit*: Ul"Qhat plentifully: th'latt.If polite.. I d-.d.ubabIe.JtlU&&o-J1v.especially good land, pasture fo.., : ; ; m t 'i

\ ,i. .1tbal da....FIa._..... tion wiir'be ly'treated. KELSON nTYoawy.- 4 ft -r -ilI.

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STATE Bradentown. Eait A West Coast
Polk county enjoys the distinctionof SHEEP' railway has built- seven'miles of trackon A toal of 238 miles Of'good roads.' RIVALCalifOrniaHaSBoStoftate
having within its borders the largest Its fty-two-mU.1in. from Braden were built in Florida last year at a

_____'- and oldest cactus farm in the state, town and Manatee to Arcadia Fla. cost of more than $1,000,000, according -
... known as the Lakeland Cactus Gar Trains being and to an' official report just mad .
are operated construction -
den. It is owned by C. C. Redgraceand public. Half of the roads ;
i i. being continued. were surfaced "
Information Sent Broadcast is located one and a half miles r with sand-clay. 857 miles with
west of the city of Eustis the Stato Has Many Favorable ,
says Live Oak.-The Suwannee River A marl or crushed stone and of the, remainder
Lake'ReJrion. A little
over White Springs eighty-five mllese were constructed
railway to
Should Bo Truthful years ago Mr. Redgrave secured a few build line romLive proposes of brick.A ' "
a Oak to White
leaves from Luther Burbank in Cali AdvantagesSAYS Springs, Fla., twenty miles.Detroit. number of Florida counties hare in Maturity and W ath( V
fornia. re w so well that more r voted bond Issues for road construe:
were purchase a few months later. .-Company organized with tion in recent months, and it is estimated .
SO SAYS FORMER CHICAGO These also thrived so remarkably under $25,000 capital stock by M. G. Traceyof that the expenditure this year
MAN PENINSULA CLAIMS most untoward circumstances, SHEEP EXPERT AFTER Miami, J. M. Powers of Detroit and for highways will amount to $aOoo- FLORIDA OUTCLASSES HER IN
MANY ADVANTAGES-CRYING such as poor soil, wild and unsweetened THOROUGH INVESTIATlON OF others; will. establish steam laundry, 000 or more.Nothing LOCATION AND CLIMATE:AND
lack of fertilizer, disturbance of etc. has demonstrated more
NEED OF MORE GOOD ROADS. root system by frequent change of WONDERFUL CLIMATE. AND . notably the progress that Florida is CAN GROW GREATER VARIETYOF S

location, that Mr. Redgrace concludedthat SOIL Plant City.-East Hillsborough Pub- i making/ than- the building of good CROPS.r. .
this new forage plant, which was lishing company, capital $4,000, incorporated roads in that state. These roads are
w l In speaking of the new movement revolutionizing the cattle question in ; L. I. Bird, president; J. W. 'paying handsome returns on*the mon- ,
'tr vyhich; has for its purpose the adverting California, New Mexico, south Arizona W: J. Clarke, editor of the Shep- Hobbs; vice-president; G. R. Garner, ey invested in them. They would paya Only one state in the republic rival \
of Florida throughout the north, and other semi-arid states, would herd's Journal of Chicago, recently treasurer; J. Fred DeBerry, secretaryand very satisfactory return if nothing Florida, that is California, and w.
i' Walter R. Early, formerly of Chicago, "change the face of Florida," when made a visit to Florida to if general but the {Increase in the value of lands outclass her In the two natural essentials -
but who has adopted this state as his one generally introduced. ascertajn+ manager- which they cause was taken into ac- location and climate. Shot has
tome state, made the following statement Be now has several thousand plants, this state is particularly well adapted Stuart.-Fredericksen &: Tyndall count. Here is a case of a farm owner the best of us only in maturity, with
: inncluding the most expensive varie- to the raising of sheep, and has Supply company will establish marine who attempted to sell his farm for Its consequent wealth and the,hustle

"It seems to me that this is the most j;' ties, both forage and fruiting. ..,..since! published an article on the subject ways and shop, and deal in supplies'; $1,800, and was unable to secure that of her citizens. Our points. 'of. advantage
:Important movelhave ayer.heard of JFertilizTnijheJPfant.It j part of which we n erect $3,000 sheet-metal building. amount for it. A first.claahjghway: ..California can never have. tiers y ;
concerning "The Land of Opportunity j has been found that while this- --'-- ""--- reprint-"."""". re-- -- - .-1.4' .. JL __-_ ____ .__ was built through the farm, and he are ours for the effort.Of-the semI ''r'
," and f want to go on record right hardy denizen of the desert does well with: Apalachicola.-Board of public instruction Then refused an offer of$3D00 forth tropic arid-lrdj>lcar-rru1tJ-California" '"- '
now as willing to stand my share in 1 on the poor thin sand of our Florida "This article," says Mr. Clarke, "is Franklin county, will request farm, though/ there had been no can grow nothing that we cannot ex y
the expense, and am willing to person hills, it responds appreciably to kind the result of considerable inquiry thatI election on bond issue to erect change in the status of the farm except eel her In, while we can grow general'
ally cooperate in the movement inv ly treatment and suitable fertilization have received from subscribers in school in Apalachicola special school the building of the road.-Ex. crops, such as cotton and corn, that
I ,
ry possible manner. putting out numerous buds on even several sections of this country, and district. change.4s400044'40Q44.p. the culture of which the Golden state
"I have been covering! the better the smallest leaves or slabs, in mark. other countries, regarding Florida asa ++ 6P never attempts, says the Fort Lauderdale -
cities of the North during the past I led contrast to those plants otherwise sheep and goat-raising country, inquiry Gainesville.-Gainesville sub-school 0A Herald. !
and find that those who have that such district Without a Competitor t-i
year, unnurtured. It may be considered a was accompanied by plans to issue $30,000 bonds to FLORIDA TRUCK FIELDS 6
spent any length of time. in Floridaare well established fact that cacti of this diversify of opinion as to the meritsof improve schools, liquidate indebtedness 41 O With California as thus exceptod.
"Boosters" from the word go, but improved kind be in the country for such purposes that etc. Florida i i. in a class to herself. We
' it is the man who has been "roped in" ing quantities may almost grown anywhere pay in on May 2 I determined to pack my 5. 0 84A00004400d4f4040 41 are without a competitor. Such' a

i by some shark who is the "Knocker," Florida. Plants in the Lakeland Gar- grip and go'and see for myself, and Zolfo.--Special school subdistrictin Miami-There were 80,00 boxes of conditioncomestobutfewcountrles.- 4'
and then if he is pinned down by some dens have shown 500 and even 1,000 what I say in this editorial sketch may northeastern part of DeSoto county fruit and vegetables frorfk the Coral Can any man grasp the advantage begains
one who knows, he will admit that per cent. increase in a year, a crop be fHi d upon as an underdrawn, voted $350,000 bonds for schools at Gables plantation the past season. by coming here He can go to
hand he gone to Florida and seen the of good-sized marketable leaves in six rather than an overdrawn, picture of Zolfo, Avon Park, Sebring, Crewsvjlle Shipments are still being made of other.states and live perhaps prosper, .,
land, he would no doubt had a different -, months. what I saw on my trip and the infer i and Sweetwater. eggplants end peppers.' but in Florida only has h. opportunl' .
story to tell. The following briefly enumerated ences I draw therefrom. Floral City--There have been nice ties to be found no where else. But
"But hick to thp advertisingWhat points will commend this new Indus. "After going over many thousandsof i Miami.-City contemplates engaging rains in this section. The late water in cpmin here he must count the i V
Florida needs more han any one other try to every thoughtful and progressive acrese of land in Florida I wonder engineer to prepare plans and specifications melon crop is doing/ well, and heavy cost, incident to a pioneer country.' .
thing is good, clean advertising, and reader. why stockmen of the north have not Ii for docks and harbor. Shipments are being/ made. A few things have been tried out .rand
once the State adopts the Associated First, its ease of propagation. One learned the truth about this state of Hallandale-Tomato shipments are their values are known, but the '
Advertising Clubs of the World slogan thousand leaves remarkable possibilities and the south Tampa.-Export Phosphate Railway still moving from this section.. Several great scope of products of this country '
man can plant one a
"Truth in Advertising," and tellsit day in previously prepared ground, a generally as a sheep and goat-raising &: Terminal company, incorporatedwith cars of cantaloupes were shippedlast especially the Everglades, is not;
to the world, in truth only, there' is simple of putting each leaf country. I have no hesitancy in say' $50,000 capital stock and privilege week, and despite the unfavor- I yet in any degree In contemplation.
to be an influx of people to the one-third its length in the ground. ing that Florida is a splendid, country of increasing to $2.000,000; E. L. able season the fruit was of good qual- Those who come now, when they can a
Mate that will be unprecedented. Then its hardiness. It has no seri- for certain branches of the sheep and Blood, president; H. E. Capewell, vice- ity. i get on the ground floor that must come
"Florida does not need to tell anything ous insect of fungus enemies. It will goat-raising business, and possibly president; E. Albert Pierce, secretary- Dunnellon-Three cars of canta- with the understanding a part of.. r
but the truth; there is plentyfor grow in almost any kind of soil and anay and all branches. treasurer; all of Export Phosphate loupes were shipped last week and 'the compensation for this privilege is '
every one who will come and shareIn stand an unusual amount of drought, Beauty of South. company, Mulberry, ; ; to despite>> the unfavorable season the disappointment and discouragement i ?
the good things nature has so plen- flood, heat or cold, of the latter fif "Nature could not have been kinder construct phosphate terminal facili- fruit was of good quality. for a few years while tests and' experiments V i
tifully provided--all they need is to be teen degrees above zero, for a considerable than she has been to Florida. Geor- ties on Tampa estuary; plans include Ruskin-The tomato crop brought are being made. The 'pio -- i
told about them in a manner that will period. gia and Alabama, and no doubt other 1,000-foot pier for future extension to quite satisfacory prices consideringthe nears who are now enduring the inconveniences -
ba convincing, but not exaggerated, the The smallest modicum of cultiva- southern states. With the care and I 1,500 feet and railway from phosphate lateness the crop matured. Growers and missing comforts of "
pbople who live through the winters tion to keep down the weeds. Dry culture that is bestowed on the flora mines to terminal, reported to cost are well pleased with the outlookfor a matured country are doing so because -,
in. this part of the country are nearly years mean no panic to the cattleman of southern France, that favored country $200,000; phosphate drying and hand next season. they know their reward Is certain ,
.all ready to go to a place where they whose acreage grows.the succulent could not n eke such a wonderful ling equipment reported to cast $300- Winter Haven-The citrus ex- and will be bounteous. rte
can improve their conditions and enjoy cactus. snowing against our own south. I 000, etc.; has options on terminal locations changes have decided to build an ad- We receive the complaints of those
life as well. Florida has been sobtdly Then its prolificness almost surpasses have seen natural scenes in Alabama ; surveying for railway. dition to their packsing house. The who mean to come,. but who are .remaining -
misrepresented that' they are As much 200 and Florida that oui European; landscape : new structure will be 48x92 feet. This / away that they may escape .
imagination. as
swftpicious of everything: stated about I tons of each gardeners would envy. I nave Winter Haven.-A. C. Nydlgge'r has will make one of the best packinghouses the cost and trials'of pioneering ypt!
forage acre, year, ..
any part of her, her fruits, vegetables, has been in per California. Of the seen ir our southern states as good completed profile of boat canal l from in the state. they complain of taxes and delaysWe -,
meats-tc.! that are sent North come fruiting kind grown 100 tons of luscius fruit farms as I have beep anywhere andI Lake Winterset to Lake Hamilton; Pine Castle-J. W. Matchett ship- beg to, 1t'bo.aN,
under the closest scrutiny, and a question acre. A single hot day in June have seen some of the poorest. On connecting about twenty-five lakes;: ped a fine car of watermelons this here. are putting up with .th... and
mark is set behind every statement per will add of one farm in Alabama I saw practically cost of canal and short laterals about week to .Cleveland. Sweet potato also with those primitive conditions,
ton weight forage a
a on
one makes about the possibilities all the grasses and clovers that reproduce $10,000. plants are being shipped in large incident to pioneer life. These are enduring ... ,
single acre patch.
of the State by those who have themselves naturally in Eng- quantities by express. privations that they and :yo'' be" there Good Value of Cactus. land, and many that I have never seen Tampa.-Mutual Realty' &: Invest- Ritta-A. V. Callahan is selling I may enjoy the future wealth and de-
The published s.tatements of those Pages would be. required to set forth there. The best naturally seeded pas- ment company will erect three business grapes to .the local market which are velopment. U the non-resident cannot : "k
who have been trimmed on no-count its utility. Having nearly all the food tures I ever saw in my life I saw in buildings at Florida avenue and grown on his farm in the Everglades. contribute his taxes and bide tN-
lands, etc:, are all accepted as facts, value of alfalfa, yet in this comparison the south. In this much neglected but Casa street; four stories; construction!, The bunches are unusually large, having time without irritation he should quit..!'
while California is held up as t comparison having five to one in its favor. truly great country I saw the poorest to permit 'erection of two additional :50 or more grapes to the bunch. the game.'' The Impatient are not suited
in most everything; most pea One acre of alfalfa, under Jrrigation, stock that I ever set eyese on They stories later.* < The vines were brought from New to cope'with' a new country., Remember
,pie have an idea that Florida is-just will support one cow, whereas one were simply: children of the grossest York ovsr. a year ago. Mr. Callahan the reward held by a eoun*
three .degrees cooler than hades .in acre of cactus, without irrigation, will and inexcusable neglect. In this same Fort Header-City,: contemplates finds ready sale for all he can raise. try without a rival will be worth the,
summer, and*when one tells them the supply green Teed for five cows, and country I saw the foundation of voting on bonds to construct water- Eureka-There have been fine rainsIn pries' though it mar ..exorbitant,
weather down there is much more that each year for a half century. It strains of livestock that will some day, works and sewer system and to pur. this section, and citrus: fruit is in now. Those who cannot take this view.'.
even than in any other part of the : is one of the richest foods !known in by the use"of purebred sires, be graded chase electric light plant. good shape. There is a large acreageof are wasting their sustenance' to ..continue. d
United States, there is a looK of I sodium, potash and magnesium-the to a degree that would astonish us '.. oranges and grapefruit being set It is the straining process.. core !'s",
doubt appears upon their faces that principal salts in milk. and cause us to wonder why it was Eagle Lake.-Eagle Lake Packing out in this vicinity. sequent to lifeaspioneer thatj-tvea- '-.
makes one who makes the statement Mr. Redgrave firmly believes, from left to some live, enterprising soil to I company organized; W. M. Hampton, the sturdiness of character. Those'who "'
his two years' experience with the Miami. Matthew Elser will erect can tolerate for the reward, star rand
think, the listener feels, 'Poor thing- start the ball a-rolling toward a des- president; S. G. Wilson, vicepresident -
the heat has affected him.' plant, that under favorable conditions. tiny undreamed"of at present. ; F. S. Lee, secretary; W. F. residence; reinforced concrete; two become the wave-beaten rocks that,,,,V a- '
Golden Gate." stories basement! and roof garden endure, while the others'yield to their
Sunstroke Unknown. "During: my itinerary I traveled, I Hutchinson, treasurer. ; ; I
"To tell these people up here there he says, "possibly hundreds of miles i i central portion carried up into tower desires and emotions and return to
lands in the of Winter Haven. Winter Haven room garden and covered with red I the land of their fathers, there languish -
"has never been a case of sunstroke, or dew is upon them is the truth concern- through near vicinity i
anyone overcome by the heat, is simply I ing Florida citrus fruits, and there is Tallahassee, and other cities, and I Packing House company let contractto Spanish tiles; Cost $20,000. and die. A
to put one's self down as a pl'evar-j no one who can deny the statement. have seen thousands of acres which I I Fred W. Owene, Winter Haven, to
icator. It's a fact'that polite Florida has been known as the fisher- feel sure would make splendid sheep erect addition 48x92. feet..
will allow one to get away with such I man's paradise. The time has long ranches. I know from observation I
statements, but when they are alone since passed when people can be at- that such crops as are conducive to I Meredith.-J. L. Medlin will rebuild FLORIDA ANDWESTERN
they remark, 'That fellow is certainly I tracted to any State by such methods. raising of high class sheep! can be raised naval stores plant; erect two twenty- I MEATS I
a Florida bug.' We are living in a commercial age, almost anywhere in these lands." five barrel stils-; cost $4,000; no machinery -
"The fruit growers of California'' and to bring people who will do the How lie Would Proceed. ; daily capacity ten barrels o'f
show "Were I to locate in Florida, with turpentine and thirty barrels rosin.
carry on a campaign of State any good it is necessary to
-. l over the United States, and their j them where there is money in it for the necessary: capital and the desireto i
lagan is 'Sunkist Orange! them to come, a chance to make bet make from 6 to 15 per cent on my Starke.--Starke Cigar company will
just think of the Florida thunder they I ter homes and at the same time enjoy operations and 50 to 100 In due course 1 erect two-story factory at foot of
Are using--Sunkist while the morning the most wonderful climate' on earth." of time on my original investment by j South street; monthly output 25,000
the sale of my land, my ambition I cigars until October 1; after that 100-
nu would be to sure a large tract -of land 000 cigars.
with the'ultimate view of its becom- j . V\
ing a large, well-pastured sheep ranch, i Key West.-St. Peter's Episcopal
1 which I would use for that purpose church has plans by T. M. Bryan, Key
\ til the land was badly wanted for West, for building; reinforced concrete
can nuts or fruit-growing and U.n-1 ; terra cotta trimmings; seating M Iu f
SUPERIORSERVICECOURTEOUS valuable for sheep-raising, which rapacitl 440; 'main auditorium 36x80 -
TREATMENT believe in a few years it would unquestionably feet; altar space 20x50 feet. r
be. From this large u 3
tract of land I would select a few hun- Cottondale. -Cottondale Lumber 1 ) :

dred acres upon'which'' I would establish -i company capital stock $?OOOO, incorporated .
\ an early-lamb raising establish- by Arthur Williams and other 3MiNnl'jN I

ment. ".
Florida Unsurpassable. I

lambs I do Palatka. Mattox Commercial
"For raising early not com i iI
see why any country in the world pany will operate sawmill lately purchased 'L C. 1r
could surpasse Florida, for, as, I have by P. L. Sutherland president; ': V
Burglars Do Not said before, it surely has a wonderful G. Mattox, vice-president; R. R. Price, I
climate and' the land seems to grow treasurer; C. E. Melton, manager; ; ''

roots, cabbage, corn, cowpeas and : manufactures yellow pine, about forty
Send Word such like crops just as easily as growing feet daily. .- |
weed I have it upon good authority !
;. that oats, rape and peas makea Ojus.-Cooper Bros. will erect hotel s

.\' that they are coming-neither are you wonderful growth when sown to-.. ; two and one-half stories; forty I i.
"i I i aware when fire will start. It is always gether." rooms. "That 'RS. SATISFIED CU8TOHEB genei- nl.
best to have Safe Deposit' Protection Mr. Clarke does hot see why sheep M ally says this when she comes to our
should do well in Florida in Pensacola State board of health, *'
for your valuables. not large > |r**r butcher shop. We appreciate it.
i '. .':nd Proof flocks' "The natural wire grass I Understand Jacksonville, will probably let erect I She knows that shell continue the I
to get
t _" In our Fire Burglar which is practically all the tract (after July meeting) to I Lit ,
i Vault, you can**rent a Safe Deposit native sheep and goats have to subsist bacteriological laboratory; date not | BEST CUTS w. can give her, whether

'I Box for on, makes quite a. respectable ration set- porterhouse, sirloin round or flank. We
I when young and succulent, but is not Steak make it a business principle to tell the i
so good when it becomes old and Fort Meade.-City is reported considering I'
f' $2.00 and $4,00 a Month BEST QUALITY of meat and to give satisfaction ;
: woody. I made inquiries regardingthe $70tf bond issue to erect city
i to ALL at .ALL T1UE3., We iito-
most suitable grasses! to be raised haIL M. O. Wilson\ mayor.. Was Fine *
s for permanent pastures for sheep and, % I i iMiami. vita YOUR trade. '

ti' the general opinion was that Bermuda .-City is having plans pre-i ..
p I Arthur E. Doncgan, P. K. Weaver, grass was the thing, but that.seem oared by W. C. DeGarmo, Miami, for C
to have its drawback, namely, that it' two sub-fire stations. at Riverside and
0, President. Cashier. i. hard to get rid of-when Once It has South Side. '
taken possession of the land. I was S .C PARLOR'MA'RKEl'PE'OPLESJ.MARKET '
very much impressed with the Bermuda JaksonvjlleClllzens'l bank is reported .' .,.
grass that I saw. I understand<
that the -largest flocks la Florida,run Pritchard' Jacksonville, .to. erect onertorjrbrickbuilding i : V r
from to-400..t : 1.:Powers;Proprietor;? nf,, -f, . '._,; ?. \
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YourPlace'thi. Prompt! ; Powerful ,Permanent !.---. Successor to th ? Dozier Leitner Agency I '

IU -deW rf-> Stubborn c..ei Good mult w. "J a
.GAMESPOR1 f cu BIT. usually ywld to P. F, P. luttas-It eurM, I State Bank Build .
j fell very quiokly wbm otbw mwlU ,
Summer .
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Down In the vault of a famous Jewelry P. P '

t.f city,house there on Is Fifth a dingy avenue.battered New Yorl piece !Mates. rich red, pure blood-cleanses the entire : : .WnGBER 'UGEHCf:
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of beauty sliver nor, neither a Valuable a modern antique,work a t.hlng ot) I system:-clean the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.A I e..D ii D. G G.. $ $ ..

.-am prepared to convert likely) tempt at first\ glance only the< positive specific<<; for Blood Poison and aldnMiceases. "

I"I of land within a thief looking for something- feed< I Drives out Rheumatism and Stop the Pain; ends Malaria;' Successor to Arthur E. Donei in Agency'Room r

;? area his melting pot.merchant has sixteen is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. PhMe 246.
Yet spent
distance Kis- a great ,
; years, several million {dollars,and I F. V, UPPMAiy CO. ::!..&. SAVANNAH, GA: :
aimmee no matter how a stupendous amount of keen thinking I II '
General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and aMt
in his endeavor to rain title to thii j
;' rough or neglected into aN' carefully guarded object. The Hoi] Reliable companies. .
Grail was not more persistent I '\
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and -- --
remunerative --
productive sought II I We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency )
The of silver is the America!
: condition. cup, the piece world's greatest! yachting Letter From Miss Campbell without change-Your patronage is respectfully: solicited. t

j4 trophy. And the merchant i Iff the I .
world's gamest sportsman, Sir Thomas I'J.I
y I Upton.Won't Be Disrouraged. Regarding Chapter HouseI --

Estimates and Plans It is impossible to discourage Sir I I --

Thomas. In all thooe sixteen years, in I I As the Chapter House affairs have You dear Mrs. Aultman, know what IDFALFFRTiLiZ'ERS' ix t'.1I
FurnishedAlf. the three previous times that his craft hard work is was to gain the required
I have contended against the product o\\ 'I now become a matter of public con 1 number of members, and with what
L he has gaineda cern, the following letter, which explains .
American brains never I keen joy you all watched the erection
single point. In all the nine races 1 itself, will perhaps be of interest 1'of that lovely Chapter House, which :

': that counted his successive Shamrocks : was to us, the donors of the lot, the Ji
either came in second or failed to fin- i< crowning of our desire and hope in the ::
1 To All Whom it May Concern: !

I 1I ish.But that has not lessened the jovial ,, CareMrs.. S. B. Aultman giftOf course as years went on the
W. Law Irishman's ardor. He has had (other Kissimmee membership of the League increasedand .
I Dear Mfs.'Aultman I toIlearn L
My : regret --
impediments, too. Bickerings: over the article there wniMtM....gpmf..w.ha.didnot.1 -- - -- -- 1*
c - 'terms,-utea concerning the condi. j The Kisnimmee through an Valley Gazette of in arecent know thehistoryof the< emorialpmit; -- --' Best and Cheapest .

t. The Developer of Modern Model 1 Farm tions of the races, such that his | date, and from your letter explaining did not understand) the full meaningand .: <
friends were I sometimes moved to indignation interested L
design it; and being only -
the same, that a misunderstanding -
Box 145, over what they consideredthe j exists those most interested 1 in the present Benefit of the For \),
unreasonableness of the Ameri- I {League and the Chapter''House would
in the Hart Memorial Chapter I.
gv But the big tea merchant with +j..1a
cans. naturally.have little idea of the share
Fla. House, as.-to its,ownership end) ob:
Kiftimmee, the twinkling eyes never' lost'his equa of the Woman's Christian Temperance r
all such misunderstanding
-, nimity." "I want a race not a quarrel j ject. I removcj am glad to he able to state-'I 1 Union in it. And this I suppose, is GROVE GARDEN I
I he commented simply. the i-rcumstances and condition.- ,, the reason of the disagreement as toi
i ic .oo.o.o.ooooooooo oooJI. First C'h&iienge.It :: der 'liich the lot on which the Cha;>- I its ownership. But the donors of the ; 1
was in the year of the Spanish t'r t I' use stands wa Donated UPJI ; lot, and, I think, the original members FIELD
W. B HUEFT n war, '98, that the New York Yacht I the deed given to the 'oman's Cn: ,I'- j I lof the Union never for a moment lost H't-'
club received the first challenge from tian Temperance Union of Kissimmee.As i sight of the fact that the Memorial
the Royal Ulster Yacht club. The let- you know, this lot was the property belonged primarily to that organiza- r
te rreceived August 6, 1S98, /gave Sir of Mrs. Catherine S. Hart (widowof I tion. Of course we expected on account Wilson & Toomer FertilizerCo. '
' ? Fire Life, Health and Accident 1 Thomas J. Lion' as the owner of the the late governor of Florida, O. B. of its assuming the cost of the
1'be called Shamrock, with a building that the American Woman'sLeague .
yacht to Hart of Jacksonville), who was one of
JINSURANCEJSuccessor length on 1h" load water line of 98.5 the early settlers of Kissimmee andardently i would have an interest in it- Jacksonville, Florida i.r.
; interested in its growth and and after the property reverted to us! ,
'feet.The challenge was brought Over-Vy| development.. After her death the ''and was left in trust to the Citizensof Local Agent: Waters & Carson Grocery Co. a'a'JSS

7l a committee consisting of Vice-Com- property passed to myself and my sister Kissimmee, Mrs. S. B. Aultmanwas l
tot modore K. <;. Sherman Crawford of Charlotte T. Campbell, as her only chosen by vote to be Trustee for :
NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY the challenging club; H. M. McGil- heirs-at-law; and we two sisters, wishing the League, in whose name it now """"

I - -- downey and Hugh C. Kelly, accompa to perpetuate' the memory of our stands. ,'
-------- -- nied by the new yacht's designers, departed ,sister in the little townhe Although our deed to the vity e,..- \ .I

't : $ Old State Bank Building William Fife, Jr., and Charles Russell.! )loved and had helped to build up, and pressed no trust there was no cash ;
Immedial" all was bustle in New the she had consideration stated because it was
that same: lot being one '
'00000000.00000000000.00000 It I understood and accepted as being a Low Excursion Rates 1I.
York Yacht club circles. was understood first owned and lived upon, seemingtoo
I of the trust in favor of
that J. Pierpont Morgan, the sacred to us to be put to a common perpetuation I.i
elder furnished< the money to build use, we desired that it might be the Woman's Christian Temperance I.
C. THRASHER the defending yacht, the Columbia.The the site of some memorial to her life I Union expressed in the firbt deed givento
cup committee[ consisted of Mr. and interest in the welfare of the new the trustees-I I am sure that th<- i From Kissimmee i;
Morgan, Edwin D. Morgan E. M. city. And as she was a charter member I city accepted the deed well knowing
9', SHEET METAL WORKER Brown, Herman .B. Duryea, whose of the Woman's Christian Tem- this; and I cannot doubt if you will I .'r

Steel 1 Celling a Specialty. horse won the English derby and Henry Union of the town, and an consult Major Murphy who was mayorof
perance New York. N. Y.u$ 41.25 Cincinnati Ohio __.: 39.25 4
T. Lippincott. The keel of the earnest Advocate, and worker for the the city at the time, and with the at- ---
Phone H9-R. Kissimmee. Fla Columbia' was laid at the H.TresortV temperance" cause, we felt it would bea torney who drew up the papers, they Buffalo. N. Y.-------- 53.65 Louisville. Ky. ________ 37.75 1x i'?
_ .. at Bristol R. I., in the early win- of her influence in the will both substantiate the truth of the
place continuation recital Philadelphia. Pa. _____ 41.25 St. Louis Mo.________ 44.00 AChicago >
e- launched' June foregoing at least concerning:
,. ter of 98* and she was good cause to donate this fot to that ,
000000900000 0 "OH'-OHO 10, 1899. organization. I the interest in the property acquiredby 111. ______u_ 50.15 Denver Col. _________ 64.85 ,',oil

M. TILLER Charley Barr was her sailing Island mas -- Accordingly; ; i a deed was made out It the seemsto city from me the as donors the matter of the now lot. Detroit Mi h. _.______ 49.15 San Francisco. CaL___ 95.75 f"1
ter, and her crew were Deer for the lot and given to the Woman's .....
'' ers. The Defender, which had defeater Christian Temperance Union of Kis- stands a joint deed given to both organizations .
Portland. Ore. 112.25
rT+ I Real Estate in giving to each an equal ------ -
Agency.NaNNaaaN. the Valkyrie II in 1895, was put simmee, on condition that a suitablebuilding !It
her. On right to the property to hold and to
commission to race against should be erected the
........... August 2 the Columbia Was caught ina 1 lot to the memory of Mrs. Hart upon within use with deference one to the other, Sold Daily-Limit October 31 at-Stop-oen r :;:,
bit of blow off Point Judith and from the date of the deed, and in accordance with the design of *
; and sold. a I two years ._ a !1
her great steel mast went by the to"be used for the convenience of the the donors as to its object, would set 1 r'; ,a

,-. Houses rented. board. union in carrying on their work, and tle the difficulty now disturbing you. I ,:!
Taxes paid and ;Titles verified .' Shamrock: L to be a center for gatherings of other I am very sorry that clog ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
for noo-residents. Meanwhile the ThorneycrofU had woman's societies whose aim was should have arisen to throw a -OfferVr-
the Shamrock I at Milt wall the to over our sacred Memorial its origin
FlreUfe and Accident Insurance completed much: same; namely, promotethe .
1 1, .. on tie Thames, and In charge of Captain social, educational and Christian and intention being so clearly understood BEST ROUTESAND SCHEDULES .
-Archie Hogarth and Robert interests of the people of the town. by those who were first con-
r For.information and( reservation call A. C. L.ticket''t
.Indemnity Bonds: j Wringe'she crossed theAtlantic that Out of regard to Mrs. Hart'a decided cerned in its conception; to hinder its on any < or
ty' August, towed by the steam yacht objection to "promiscuous" dancing usefulness to all the women of the ].'C. KIRKLAND Division Passenger Agent t

Erin, taking fourteen days and twenty i and card-playing, it was stipulated town and those who sojourn for a Tampa. Fla.MidSummer. y
j- hours for the trip. that these popular'ainusernents should season enjoy its privileges. We hopednil
"In the first race. sailed in October,, i not be permitted in the memorial would unite in making the 'Chapter
''building. -There conditions were readily louse! a nucleus of life and abounding -
minutes good in all directions and to allclasses. -- -- -
S. II. HILLOCK ; accepted and the gift graefully ..
race she did not finish; in the third acknowledged by the Union. < .
she was defeated by six minutes and I As the leaders of this organizationwould My sister who was my companionin
thirty-four seconds.Sir change from time to time, it 'this benefaction has. since pasr.ed
REAL ESTATE for that battered on to the higher life; butI I know she +
,, + Thomas' appetite I was thought; best by our advisers, as :,
....................... silver cup was only whetted the | a means of giving permanency to, the' would grieve with me over any fail- a
more. lIe sent his second challenge in transaction, to place the deed in trust ure of our hope and intention in making -
INSURANCEfxamination October flf the next year, 1900. I of a Board of Trustees chosen from I this gift. I sincerely trust I this FI
The Herreshoffs again: got the job' i the prominent citizens of Kissimmee, statement will help to clear aw.ny nil
of Titles ;a of building the defender. They constructed which was done March 24, 1906. 'doubt and disagreement and decide Bargains
Constitution the : the status of the Hart Memorial Chapter -
the sloop When the two years had expiredand I ,
Specialty. money being supplied by August Bel- the women of the Union informedus (House for all time. ..c.j

mont, James Stillman Oliver H regretfully, that they had not been Yours most sincerely, .j"s
G. Bourne and Henry Wal of the : EMMA F. R. CAMPBELL.
Correspondence Solicited. Payne, able to fulfil the) requirements ;
sailed her., Morristown, N. J.MacDOUGALLTRAM
Captain Urias Rhodes the
ters. deed as to putting up a building on
_. Poor Thomas W. Lawson of Boston lot by their own efforts wet, the donors :M ELL. :r;{
built the Independence and wanted a I willingly extended the time limit; ',':if
1 chance to : her against the Constitution and when the offer/ of the American An event of great interest throughou I .
7 an lit Columbia in the official/ Woman's League of University, Mo., the Sate was the marriage of Miss ;
C.W.GRIFFIN trials but the lordly New York Yacht came as a possible means of gainingthe Emma Trammel), the charming young fl G
of Gov. Park Trammell, and Mr.
club decided he was barred because point desired all were rejoiced, Perez sister MacDougall of Tallahassee, 280 Acres land close to good,town, on'good road tome bearing
not one of.their members.. and went heartily to work to obtain
'Staple>> -and Fancy The Constitution was the victim of the Memorial Chapter' House throughthe ,which was solemnized-Governor'e Wednesday Mansion.oflast Orange Grove, and several acres nice young Grape Fruit grove House, rd'r 1,
accident like that which happenedto of getting membership for week -at Store and all in '
an I plan Mrs. Graham Harrison, of Live Oak, Building good neighborhood) fine place close to chool- :
the Columbia off Point Judith the There in '
the was no
I League.
GROCERIESFree : : year before. She loather mast at New- I the personel of the workers or the aim I the bride's sister, acted as her matronof house, church and right on telephone line. For sale at extremely 1} ri

port and was badly damaged. The and intention of the scheme. All had Miss honor.Laura Smith was maid of advantageous price and terms to suit. We want to giye full particulars t{
Columbia finally selected to defend had r
view and
was end in
the no one
the cup a second time. I same thought of diverting the honr. She entered with Mr. John Mac- vto somebody who can handle a good thing and make'some money. t ,<
any I ,..
et The Shamrock II, which wad designed -i of the of the lot, because we had Dougall, the brother of the groom. J. ,
( Delivery to all Partsof )by George L. Watson, came to I' accepted: the help of the American The young bride presented a picture' We have a 32-acre farm with fine flowing well, good house and ;

tits City grief 'in the Solent on May 22, 1901, Woman's League toward the building.. I of rare of beauty her handsome as .sbe entered brother upon Gov.the barn extra fine land.? Will rent to good party for a year or more for \,
.. arm
board. '
while King Edward VII was on
---- -
=- == - -- --- her in one-fourth of crop. Splendid pasture for stock free to tenant. We
Like the Constitution and the Columbia I I I- Park Trammell, who gave marriage SSi
\ her tall mast was too much for : "the/ America's cup, held by"this club .- They were met at the altar want a man who will work and keep the crops in good condition.. k
her in a strong blow, and went over i as trustee, under the deed of gift, is a by the groom and his brother 'M v
o ,. board. But she was fixed and towed I trophy which stands pre-eminently for Abram MacDougall who acted as. his We have 90 acres good land less than a mile from town four miles !
...ooooooooo.oooooo and for the utmost skill in designing best rnan.-fend the ceremony was impressively ?
the '
the making trip speed
in across sixteen days.Atlantic I construction, managing and performed by Rev. T. J. from Kissimmee. ; plenty of land (or pasture cropping etc. Land not i s $:

f "LE Beaten Three Times. handling the competing!! vessels and Nixon pastor of Trinity MethodistChurch. improved but can be made into fine place.} Convenient tp town school
GRAYSTONEjIPn. _the I should therefore be sailed for by thefastest "
The challenger was beaten by lifl
and church. Price-$13.50 host
per acre on sort of terms desired.
1 Trammell and she any
Coulmbia three successive times, by 1 and most powerful vessels. that. I the.late Hon. J. M. :
minute, 20 second; 3 minutes 35 seconds can be produced. is a young woman of charming person- Write us and let your wants. be known. We are in position to serve '\'
rl'' ui TII mi ; and 41 seconds respectively.But Still Sir Thomas did not give up. He ality.
tr '.N.w and eond-hfcnd antomo ;j the next year back we: Sir sent over more offers, and after much I I Mr. MacDougall is the son of Mr. you. :
kllM for. sal from 1100 to Thomas with a new hallen<<". He parleying, a race was finally agreed i Viand Mrs. A. MacDbugal) of this city
''.,000, at Orayston: Oaraci had Watson and Fife jointly design upon for this year. Should Sir Thomas and is one of Tallahassee's most highly -<
. i, i Jk Basaar. the Shamrock III, which was launchedat as come a cropper with Ms freak boat esteemed young men. It is a source .
r ;:1. W. ]: Iu i**.i lIT.,. A.f. niTE*,, Up.v .. Dumbarton, Scotland, March 17, 'I this autumn, ther is no reason for of gratification' to their many friendsto /
1 1903, and christened by the same Lady thinking he will not be right back know that Mr. and Mrs. Mac- ,
'" "\ .' Shaftesbury who broke the bottle over again, say in '1916 or 1917. He believes Dougall will make their home in Tal-
r .. this year's craft. Captains Wring in sticking and he does want lahassee. f
:- ) ,
:; w .
......'..... '....... .... and Bevis. sailed her., The Reliance that cup.The 1
and Shamrock III made nine starts fn cup is now more than sixty FACING THE PROBLEM. .

HEWIS O'BRYAl I 1903, but only completed three races, years old.would less than (500 when Father--What 1 You want to marry
all of which were won by the American new, and not b*"worth onethirdof my daughter Why, sir, you' can't
,1 'ft;' ATTORNEY AT LAW yacht, the first by 7 minutes, 3 that today. The trophy was offered support her.: I can'hardly l do it my- NELSON REALTY CO. .t
,I seconds, and the second by 1 minute by the Royal Yacht Squadron for a self. .
E v .J.--. .li} and 19 seconds. Shamrock missed the race between boats of all nations. The Suitor (blankly) )-C-can't we chip in
:.t\ ,, .aSPEglL1ZINQ. I finish line in the foe In the third race America won It in August 1851> In a together T-London Opinion.
z and her time was not taken.. race around the Isle of Wight, off the
ABSTRACT; .. Sir Thomas len over a newt ehat- south coast-of.' England. '
>. 'f;1. j.JIt..7r; ; ..," AND, '' .'" leng.ta-1907,'but nothing cam of it It.came into'the possession of'the SUITABLE MATCH. REAR STATE BANK. ii:! ,KISSIMMEE FLA.
UT futile Jockeying. _The Americans New.-York-Yachtclub,'-wbeo !'Tlut'girl has shocking ways I" _
J?' d.,,> C_ ., ...,,__"- TITLEWORIU: ; (. would not compete plait Sir Thom It was presented to the club by George "Maybe that's the reason site married ,,; 'r
_j t .,AINANK S D %: "r"r y i rw or- .sixty-eight-foot racing sloou.'"The L. Schtiyler, ,th. ten sole .surviving : an electrldan.BaWmor.. American I ,

.) ... ..c. .wT, .Yacht 'club declared_ _that 011TtLOLthtLSnp.. ,.. k
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:: OLD( FOLKS :FIND NEW REMEDY, "RELIEVES Proceedings pf': By: paid .warrants.' *. per llsi.' 11.1T (07. printing-XloslmiMo eleoUOIlt's.Valley fl.0.D.,.No..>...

I' 't. "R5.ha.Scb..l"DI.trt.t.....<.' .//1.80 .. .. .- ... If'

''' I :To: balance from last report No..."fc, ,...II 6091l R a.' p.' 1. N I.upf.r I- !' .Cum.. >> !! ..Trail! 1.74.
; .ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES Good, the ScbooFBoardThe I To amaunt received from tax 109. -Z. W. :;'. 7 drayage ;:W
: ; collector'; , Jaies *_.......iw_ t.JI School No. .', M} school No. 1.
, *1.80 ;l--...---....,._..-w_. '..f
i --.- .. . : .' ....0 (10-C. W. c- \Pain.' Away Re ter from the blood and. drive it out. ofthe.system. :Jform 1 Board' of Public Instruction J met By paid,,warrants a-pet. slut.,. U.11BaI8on' <>8. ft.. D. No. I..- ..... aeon.
DdveajRhtumatlc 'I
*M-C W, Griffin Cert. List Voters .
llevea Backache and 'Bladder .. ,/ ?. .. t.- I : In regular session; July 7, there being . . .. -i-i..--........ 41.41 a a" n. NO., T, ____. _ I.O() l
matters'not bow ..
It _
old you are or present, W, C. Base Chairman: ;. Ceo balance 1 UUtrlet N. ... (11-C. W. Griffin ('en. LJat Vot$13R. -
p Disorders After a FwD how long you have suffered,Croxone I W. Overstreef W., W.. bandler.I To To from last report...! 11.08 a a. U. No. I .---- 1.00.$1KLtlmm .
amaunt received
from taxj 1. Starlinglofbor .
ee Are1 Is so prepared that (Jt la practically I Also W. J. Sears Superintendent. collector! ----- I, .00 1 : ....: 8ch... li6
s ---------I. --"- >
impossible to take it into the human I ff. .i........: : rAlptetle Ass'n
Taken. .
system,, without results. You will find Training Ms Ida, Minutes of the last meeting were: ". !' 11105. uae oferounde *WM.4.Afa.: BO.Ov
it different from all other remedies A little and' In dealIng read and approved. By paid ivarr4inU as per list... a.1t 114-Z. %VT Dasa, labor ;$eh. No 1 110.00
patience system .
Inf e
Sleep disturbing. bladder weak. There is nothing else on earth likeit. with maids, especially It they: be S. L. Lupferf County Treasurer. reported - Balance __,____,_,..___$ '.11 $lS 14(7-Cltlsen's I months Bank?-____No.-.,?410-_ >IO.O.
asses backache: rheumatism, and It starts to work immediately and as :follows: S. L; LUPFER. Treasurer Olt-Miss L ssle Hayes aaL' i
the other 'kindred ailments I more than a few doses seldom I, young ones, without very much erperl- To the Honorable Board of Public.In. teacher Bch. No. 16 .411-+ .._._ ...'OO
many With declining I are ence, will otten work miracles. Even struction in- and for Osceola County Warrants in the sum of $3, 30.97 (1 -Wl.s Leila- Marble, sat .
which so commonly come required to relieve even the moat'chronic : were examined and cancelled in teacher Bch. No. II ;. ---__. 40.OO
If they are older and can justly claim .: open
years, need no Jofiger'be a source obstinate cases. session (1 _Miss Leila Marble, eal.
of dread and misery to those who are It is the most wonderful 'to be experienced, there Is'always I hereby'tender my report as Treas- as follows: Nos. 956 17.29 teacher Sch. No. li.fl.. -P.
life. remedyever much for them to learn In entering a urere of Osceola County for the month 402, 444, 461, 462 463,..464, 465, '466, No. a ........__..--..:._ 1.00 _..1
the middle of made for lifeless ;;
past restoring the Cloud
t age 467, .468, 469, 470, 478 '479 481 482 (20-First Nat 1 BanK, St.
of June A. D. ,
1914 ,
The new discovery, Croxone, over- to health and strength and new, household. : 484 485 Loan 4 months ..i\ --_________I.OOO.tO 4
riding Ueaeral Sekool F.... 438, 472, 483, 486, 487, 473, (11-Korat Nat'l Bank St. Cloud
comes all such disorders because it removes the system of every particle Every mistress has her own particular To balance from last report.--I2.3&6< .60 474, 480, 475, 445, 476, 477. Int No. (20 ___.___._______?-- ($.22
the very cause of the trouble.It of uric acid, and yqu can take it with way of having certain thing done To amount received' from comp- Bils were approved and waranta issued (22-MoMtdoca *: TlndalU Lumber

soaks right into the kidneys, the utmost confidence that nothingon and the new girl must conform to this To troller.amount I.received o. Tel tax--------from coun- 21.21. as follows: Sch. No. 8, a 8. U. No. 8.- 44.74
&2S-John H. Balsden Labor Bch.
through the walls and linings; cleans earth will so quickly cure such way even if sho has been accustomed ty supf teachers' exam_.__ 1800 488-General. Fund. Error paid No. 18, a a D. No. -------- 114.09
out the little filtering glands and cells, conditions. To amount received from taxcollector from Gen Instead S. 8. D. No. 624-B. H. Cluy, hauling lumber
to doing tho work In a different
and gives the kidneys new strength to You can obtain an original package same poll tax 1812 and 3-.54d. 452.-..t 2800 Kch.0./ 6. S. H. U. No. 241.Yd.
manner. 1813 __--__--____----_I..,--- IRS.60 480-General Fund. Error' paid 525-Randolph Younasupplies
do their work properly. It neutralizes lof Croxone at trifling cost from .
from U..n. Instead '
i any 8 8. D. No. .tct'h. No. 11. 1.411; Sen.' No.B..
uric acid substances that lodge in the i first-class druggist. All druggists are One mistress encourages her "green"girls 13 1I8.31 1-1>>89 and 18M 28.00490U'n..r..1 $1,00. 8 ,--. 1.45 '
joints and muscles, causing rheuma- author red to personally return the by engaging ,thorn at a small wage By paid warrants as per list5.871. Fund Error pnld 626-E, T. 'droiatorB' j,: No. .
'I from lien Instead .
8 8. I No. i
tism; und makes the kidneys filter and I purchase price. if Croxone should fail and Increasing It an they master various Balance unu________ 1Z4: .67 e 4-No 2 -__-.._ __) 1000 11,8.8. D. No. -. 29.1T. 1 I
sift out all the poisonous waste mat- ina single case. menus. When the maid can pre- Muh-Mrhool District >... I. 4 1-Genera Fund Error paid AGREEING WITH EVERYBODY.
'" I To balance from last from Gen Instead I ,
I rpportutl.24ft.1;! III.C. ) No. -
e : 1 pare all\ of them she Is given tile sum To amount received from taxcolector -No. U9H 1000
Uhnu have thehabit
that her ability would earn for her taxes _:___UUh 1436 492-\\'. J. Hears. Sal\ Supt...*. 11600. Many people nowadays
4MS \\.jf sta... M. H P. I-. 400 of agreeing with everything one
't.i STATE COLLEGE[ OFFERS FLAT ORANGE GROVE anywhere. 11.26048 414: : It is not bard to teach a girl to cook By pnld warrants as per 1I.t.14871 P. I. _-__.' ..._____ 4.00 an opinion, a book, a play, an ;
give .
496 W W -1.
Chandler M. U I P. 20 UOOS
by this aynti-ui.! Most girls will take a. I Balance ______,1,1(1.77'cabSebent -8. L. l.upfer. Com Tr..all.u 19.68 event of current interest, they appearto i
ADVANTAGES TO GIRLS BRINGS BIG PRICELake deeper interest In their cooking than I ; 1)1.1,1. *o. 2. 497-J. L. Oxerstreet. recording agree with you in everything Prob- ..
To balance '
from lain report $ 22834 deed No. 6116--------------- 1.70
branches otbousewo.rJl. -
.... ._ they will in many other To amaunt received from tax 498-8. L. Lupfer Com TreaaH ably when somebody else gives a quit r
.und If Instructed by this or collector ___________________ .oot H. D. No. 1... --. 12.07499H. opposite opinion they affect to. agree "

The Florida State College lor Wont Hamilton, Fla.-The Orrin some other equally good and definite 2G.U /8 8. DI.Nuf.f:: r. Com Treas. 1.97 with them too. .
en, advertisement of which appears in Olinger grove here of about nineteenacres system they' will try border and hence By paid warrants as Pt.rlilt __ 4.22 BOO8, -, Com Treaa.K It may be politeness on their part 1
another column, offers literary and scientific located on Lake Jennie, in the learn more rapidly than when instructed S _. 6,48b01Kissimmee but one hates lo meet olthelr-own>
Balance __________ ____f 22214 ; Valley Uivsottr, to have no minds .
for teachers east of the townsite has been seem
courses, courses part In a haphazard way Noh-Mrhool, District No. 3. printing I election. 8 1>. No.
and home-makers, courses in music, sold to .Mr. Coffman"Of Indianapolis To balance from last report __ _I 746.98 J _--.-.--- 575 And itI i 1 makes sane, intelligent con- "r.1
understoodto T To amaunt received from tax. C02 8. L versatldn next door to Impossible.
Ind. L.upfer. Com Treas
art and such as are offer The consideration is *
expression _____ . l t
Correct collector .00I H. 8 No.
ed in the best colleges and universities be about $13,500 for the nineteen Stationery. .uuu : I> 4- 582 People who frankly differ from one, .
605-Klaslmmee Valley Gasette.Jrlntlnu .
in the country. The equipmentis acres. The new owner has putthe The newest note paper la very long 746 88 election 8. S. D. No. who, without being bumptious or Ji

first class, and the location' excellent grove into good shape, with a new .and very narrow end Its Into envelopes By paid warrant. as per list __ 4027 ; 575 argumentative, have opinions of their ;

The campus is one of the high- fence, and he plans to build a fine residence of precisely the site of the unfolded Balance _____h.u. | 70671 &04 No" -----\V----------------28. 8 8 I),. No 4 i> ; ; 7.6 own about things and are not afraid "

est elevations in Florida and is therefore there shortly to cost about sheet. This style Is smartest ti...-Mrhool Ul.trlrf No. 4. 606-.-J. I.. Chandler, --paining to say so, are much more interesting.It ..,
To balance from la.t rt'port __ 11,41106* I is much more stimulating to ,
unusually healthful. There is no $4,000. In dark cream and pale gray tones. school No 28 8 8 D. No.4. so
To amaunt received from taxcoll..ctcr 140, and school Nx>. 19. 8. 8. D.. meet them and one can enjoy talk ,
longer any need for a young womanto Then there are the sheets of heavy taxes _u.' Uh_ 4061 No.4. 120 _-- -.._ 60.00 than'ieithpeople
leave Florida in order to securea HOW MANNER COUNTS.A linen In buff, blue and gray that must 606-8. I. L.upfer, Com Treas with them so much better II
first class college or professional f <7 8 8. 1>. No. 5-- ___ ____ __ 1 09 who are too ready to agree.PROGRESSIVE .
be once folded lengthwise td nt Into .
education in first class woman's col - _.
a -- -
- -- -- 't
gracious manner, the expressionof their envelopes, and there are the -
- - - -
kge.At that kindly spirit which can reach beets of very thin but stout white paper 'I'

out unerringly in tactful wisdom, is which fold once to fit Into square .
Granite III I
a wedding in City, ;
the quality above all others should
we envelopes lined with a color. These
the bride danced with each one of the seek to bring out in our characters, "
formerly were used only for foreign
450 guests. The dance lasted from for only by so doing can we find the .
correepondeuce, but now they are comIng
Saturday to Monday and the bride was best in life. And it makes the every Into domestic uxe ) >
day happenings ro much more enjoy-
compelled to retire twice for a short able, for dullness is frightened away, Correspondence curds never have .

rest. and duty gets lost in pleasure. boen daintier, and everybody Is now I .
--- -- using them at the slightest excuse.
-,- - '
1 Borne of them are absolutely square, <

I and olUe of them are' lung and narrow -

with beveled edgea Business ,

4e I Artistic Compliments. I People

I It Is not ivmiplhm'nt, that IB, so to ;

speak, laid Oil with n trowel that really f: '

INSTOCK i reaches our li,<*:irtn. No; It Is the delicate !

u and "1I1)0esort that we do notre

<:' /:ulze "IH u compliment. 'i

I PLANERS RKHA1\ STEAM FEEDS This. species| la best and most successful You Should Know'.f

I MATrllKKK NKLK FEEL RIP when It Is expressed. by deeds

TOWER KDC.RR4 TRIMMERS! rather l,>\* words

'i PERKINS' MII.JV01.U MACHINERY I' Let HoWe one show a decided liking

{ ENGINES, .p to 4O ... SAWMILLS for our society when there are others l;

BOILERS, up lo 40 b. Light ..d Heavy preneut who arc more attractive or : ::

SAWDUST CO\VKYORS 5L4D 'AElI'ORS]; clever or famous and how can we help' IN ._


LATH-WILLS STAVE: MILLS If their amusements and Interests

DISSTOKT SAWS take a second place and ours usurp

SAW BITS (or all Hake. of saws the first, then that too. Is a delightful !

SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES: form of flattery.

1 BELTING. 4 . _. .. .. beot :: f.

EVERVTIIISG FOR TUB Good manners. at the table stamp the ,

SAWMILL well bred 1 person. The knife la usedjonly

Wriie tor + ----- Jn:uhJ.wUe food never to raise .
e ,
Prloea of it to the mouth. few -
any particle 4- ; .
---- --- .
general rules follow: I ----

Lettuce Is cut with the fork, a small Notary Public Taxes Paid ; 9?,
\ 1 1
portion rollt-d about the tines and thus I FIRE E. A. Niemeyer .,
Is Your Insured If Not 'I ,
eaten. It Carpenter and Repair Shop Home ,
Oranges are peeled cut or divided Why Not. Call on Red Band Brand Candy:
Into uarftTH and eaten, or cut In half Inside Furnishings, Screeningand 15c per Ib.
und eaten with the orange spoon, a Cabinet Work
Room 7 State Bank BIdg.
Guaranteed Pure. ,
und Our Specialty. !
spoon narrower than the Phone 292.
ordinary talik'Kpoou "

The Unfriendly Reminder. "
A f) Of nil trying things the "I told you I Co.Ever1thini. I
AmericanAdding Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, .
so" la of the worst. When
IH.THOU one Hardware Boat
Sewing Machines. Cutlery, }<' ,
couQd trouble- them
you any
:: to Eeat.
a Itv are usually wet with an "I told you so, BroadwY--: ' Supplies andMachinery. i.

a' but you wouldn't listen to ine," which .' 1

E R is distinctly) unnoylug. They really NELSON REALTY CO. 4,.::1:
might. bave.the geueroalty not to rub .
O. F. BAS NCentract.r'in
It In. There Is very little chance that : W9 Darlington Ave. .
Machines and
you would bave forgotten their warning Adding '"k

: Machine T and they might refrain from the Typewriters Property Sold on Plain and Decorative

petty satisfaction of reminding you of Commission.D. Painting and Paperhanging )
their superior wisdom. Sale.DANN'S .
The Latest Adder 515 Sproule 'AYe* Phone C7. "-
f :t
The Family Bo.... !
; 'Costs But $35 Friends and even members of a family DIXIE THEATER %

ought to take care not to overstep Goods AGENCY I ,
'. Dry Clothing, Shoes Cool, Clean, Comfortable .
'. See exhibit--ask tbe border line between interest and f.

InQul IUven..s. It one bus been out Graystone Block
1 for 10 days' trial High Class EntertainmentsOnly. I
and cornea back looking pleased It Is :

'. at Cole & Unley annoying to be Immediately asked Be and lOe Store on :Third Floor. Sell Land Anywhere on Commission .; i.

"Well, whom have you been with?" I ,,!
Now make this otter so that
Here Is a new price on a com we and then requested to go Into detailsof ,-

;rl' . petent Adder. On a machine that what offices this everywhere machine may means learn to the pleasant time spent.Cordiality POLE & UNLEYlewele' E. E. MAGEE a'
Is rapid full-size and Infaiyble J. D. CLARK
htm T .
The very latest machine built Carpenter and Builder 7
to Newcomers. }
i I'' by men who knock In anent the I Real Estate BrokerBroadway. and Optometrists .
i i ;1". largest metalworkingshops. Ten Days' TestWe A resident of a town or village can Job Work and General Repairing .\\i'

call with .
propriety on any newcomerand
a It ") placed on one' desk close to will gladly place In any off tbe newcomer should return this i 15 DarlingtonAve. a .

% oie's books and papers. To take flee one American Adder for a call If she desires to continue the acquaintance. 44

., ,, the place of the central machine ten day. test The time of calling is ,
requiring skilled operators There will be no' obligation settled by the'customs of the place, but H. C. STANFORD CO. C. F. DIBBLE| SON V. R. ELLIS

r', v. It Is also Intended for offices and charges will be prepaid after two o'clock and before six Is generally ,

and stores where costly machines Compare It with any t4on-1Lter correct. I Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoe, Fancy Groceries Electrical l Contractor r
are a""iaxuryTbe -even the costliest Let anyoneuse I '
,. ': It. See If any machine can When. Furnishings and Water and Light Collector 4.
price Is due to utter slmserve better than this. to Call. :

14, plicity and to our enormous 01ltJu.t; sent this coupon and we'll Ceremonious calls are not made between I Notioae.DUTI'ON.nARRIS. Phone 154. Phone 220 8 Darlington Ave I r'

put. Seven. keys do all(he work. send the machine. women In the morning, eveningor I I 1..
on Sunday afternoons. A man, owing 1\\,
Each copied numberIs
shown up for checkIng to the exactions of business, may CO. ERNEST L. GREEN
before the addition Please send us an American AddingMachine call In the evening and on Sunday WENNERSAWYERUooka ,, i
Is made. for ten days' tree -trial. _
i .The machine will add. afternoon SIp Writer and ;
subtract and multiply. Shoes ,
With very alight pracNoe ..: and Stationery .
-------------- --------------- Tea Invitation
Use anyone can computea

coinute.. hundred And flrnres the maonln a- Street-ASS-._____________ Invitations .to afternoon teas are 106 Broadway. 't:
26 Broadway. Phone 283.
never majccs mistakes. very often In the form ft visiting / '
. Clf7 ':. _____________
------- ------- cards. On tbe lower left band cornel .4!'
Countless offices, large
and small, are getting .tat. ___ _______________ of the card.writ* "At home from 8 ontfl -' F. tt. .LAWSON NEW ;
from theso machines the & Thursday, April 20. i Get Yj w Candies Freak From tile SECONDHAND STORE ,

a "y highest class-el aarvloo. / J. K. Hallennl*. Prop. .. ;
119a1aetllN4la" Oaara'otoe >h JsssHraa. Cmm Ca>sa....>7. Cbia' o. Hospitality to Stranger. *. | Cash S_*. CANDY KITCHEN' Formerly ai 501 Broadway.

Sold by COLE and' UNLEY,.A.enU. Befoi MI Invitation of hospitality is 29 Broadway N.w8twart r ..

-.f given-to a lrtrQpra-eau-.bo1Il4 first Ir- Aye; Near, TastisW',
\r' c.:. . .
f rr / B.. .,- .... -D.ddedly a-VIIRIErz star,. _
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i and suitable 'ia IU'ue. for ''boating Pill behind embankment I I cent,depending of course on the care
OUTLINE PLANS CAPTAIN REPORTCaptain outside the city and'up-keep during operations. After HUERTA RESIGNS;
commercial and and in-
JlPS ( yachting), limit ...?..--___ t01.00t OUo yea. the contemplated improvements had .
i cidently tori' draining', I suggest' that
the channel along the lake shore be Total ...________.-..T-.. .600 eu. ydsy- been completed, the municipalitywould ;
TO IMPROVE LAKE Die's Report. made not less than'-40 -feet ''wide and Thc excavation for thin fi 11 will make most likely find additional work,* ..BLAMES'UNCLE SAM \
Tampa Fla..Msy; !, 1914, 4,feet deep- (Present low stage usedas the channels shown on tbt map to'the I along the same line, for the dredging '
Hon..A. Carson, datum plane), and that channels dimensions giVcn.: plant; orit'could .be disposed of on a ''
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Chairman Bulkheading' Committee, normal to the shore, of the same dimensions Cost 6f Work by Contract. j 40 or 60 per cent valuation basil to ,Continued from FirsV P g..'
Continued from First Page. Kissinamee Fla. be dredged, as shown on the A responsible contractor could not; ;: pros improvement Kissimmee, to be used on itself Democratic and having -shown."
the lake, to agree to'the proposition.We Dear Sir: map. I would also recommend that when considering the isolated location I the ( of River how the rights should be
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t- feel sure all the other property Conforming to your request of April spoilbanki be. built, 'as shown on the' and the great distance that he wttula' and viCini ty. "To be more explicit, I will" say that 'j k.
Judders can be induced to come in. 1, that I make an examination accompanying color sketch, as breakwaters have to bring his plant, undertake to 1\ Concluding, I wish to state, that, the action of the government of the .e..
," Inasmuch as some of the property of front at Kisslmmee and a ,,, to protect the channel and do this work for a smaller unit price | after presentation of the facts em- Republic during its short life has \ .
holders have not agreed to come in tothe preliminary survey, for the pUl'poiuflof form a shelter for boats. This, however than 85 cents per cubic yard for the bodied in this.: report, and a study dealt death blow to. an unjust power; t..
would to
proposed arrangement it would presenting to your committee lUg'gestionll could be accomplished later on, embankment and 15 cents per cubic I my map, it seem superfluous Later on, stronger workers will come, :
not be possible at this time to let a and plans for bulkheadingand and has not been Included in- my estimate yard for making the required fill, by add any further recommendation citizens of It using implements that Undoubtedly, "
y contract to anyone covering all of the filling In about 6,000 feet of lake- of cost. dredging the proposed channels and { must appear evident to the end that power which baG done*' ;

proposed work. It is quite probable, shore, the kind of material .to be used Canals (d). canals. { favored so much harm and committed so many '"."i'"i'will ,
i' however, that the majority of the for bulkheads, the probable cost, etc., Before the above enumerated works Basing my estimate on these unit involved in .trans outrages on this continent. 'X
owners of the property will make a 1 have the honor to submit the 'fol are materially advanced, some plan forproper prices the cost by contract'will be : amount of money worthless His Forenic Verioration. r'1 c" '
the present conclusion I will that
lowing 3S.BOO yard at 8cont. forming "In say I .
contract of bulkheading their own : I drainage of the city should be Cubic lakefront
u ..00000 tially inundated and unsightly abandon the Presidency of the Republic file
I-made examination of the I Il -- I
property at a very early date. ((1)) an provided. As several small canals 648.000, c-uhic--.L. d.t IE suit-
We hand you herewith the following l locality and engaged a' surveyor, who, ; and ditches exist, I have considered it cent. __._ 82.000.00KngrlneerlnK ( /) into high marketable land civic carying with me the highest sum i"t;
under directions surveyedthe 5,01)00)( / able for any commercial and pur- of human wealth, for I declare that I ;l r
papers in. this matter: acing my best to have them enlarged, as notedon and-supervision,1
First A report from Capt. O. M. lake front from the A. C. L. Trestle' I the map, and render them service- Total ___ ____ --__ -_____._IIOJ'.OOO) : (nn| I poses nels would, and bordered be justifiable by navigable and worthy chan- have: arraigned at the bar of universalconscience \V'J.!
I '' td a point south of the club house, able, not only for drainage purposesbut Of the above amount 9,000 cubic a the honor of a puritan, 'i
Bie.Second.. A map from Captain Bie. and I have prepared a map, showing: also for commercial use viz.: as yards of embankment and 201,00 cubic expenditure of funds. N. BIE. 1 whom I, as a gentleman, challenge to i; II
f Third. A table of quantities for the location of the shore embankment, landing for freight boats and harborsfor yards of fill (about 33 per cent.) wouldbe I I (Signed) O. wrest from me that possession." \\#,
4YCp crate lots by Captain Bie. with a proposed lake shore drive, lateral pleasure craft. Bridges will, of chargeble to property lying outsidethe "May God blesslou and me. s..+
Fourth. A hid to do the work by canals flml abutting streets. (This course) have to bo provided forT but, city limits, south of Martin ave- GROWERS OF THECOUNTY The Chamber of i
4Jie Mulberry Foundry & Machine Co. map is submitted herewith.) when considering the advantage of the Deputies were packed before the. beginning
My plans. I am pleased to state, do canals and the great cost of laying nue.I am convinced that In order to obtain of the session today. \\.r; ;
HecommrndalionH.First. not vary, except perhaps in minor details -1 sub-surface drains, if the canals are I the greatest quanity of work in AWAKE Intense excitement characterized 5_'<
We beg to recommend that with what appeared to me to be -not built, the cost of simple, but suitable the most satisfactory manner, at a I the gathering, and at the close of the ,it.Mr
all the property holders, who will be the plans, ideas and desires of the crossings would be of minor im- minimum cost, the work should -,be reading of Huerta's resignation the :.r
induced to accept the proposition" members of committee. Deputies and spectators broke I II
your portance. done with a municipally owned plant Continued from First Page. ar
4' the Mulberry Foundry & Machine Co., They may be classified as follows: It in, of course, difficult .to foretell under the supervision of a competent I loud and continued applause.
Munich they have submitted, to enter (a) Construction of shore embank-. what the land along the shore will be reliable manager. i was from Mr. Louis Tenney stating I After the acceptance of Huerta r
into a contract directly with there. ment. used for. My opinion is, that some of I have made the following estimates that the Growers' and Shippers League resignation, a commission was appointed a
people to do the work. Their pr'oponi- (b) Dredging for fill back of embankment. it will he used for parks, but a greater of first cost and running expense: of i by the resident of the Chant-
don is to build the wall suggested by portion 'of it will undoubtedly be a suitable plant, and have verified was perfecting a traffic department i ber to escort Senor. Carabajal to the
t Captain Bie, of material from the (c) .Dredging: channel along the used f for commercial purposes: some of the estimates by consulting, and would soon he able to handle any I' floor of the House. Senor Carabajal )
lake, at 20 cents per cubic yard and shore. There should be, in your enterprising verbally and by: correspondence with aters members would want noon appeared in front of the Chamber
r to fill in back of the wall at 11 cents (dl) Dredging: canals ((4)) for commercial city, some place where railroad reputable manufacturers of dredging, )I handle "The primary object of this I passing through files of soldiers. '
per cubic yard. These. figures seem use and for drainage.The and steamboat traffic would connect, machinery. i department, said Mr. Tenny, "it to He entered and as he walked to the a
I. to us reasonable, and we recommend class of \paving of the promenade that incoming and outgoing freights Cost of Work Wilh Municipal Plan make a more careful analysis of our platform the Deputies stood. Speaker ,
i their acceptance by the property hold- and lake shore drive," and the i could be transfererd with as little de- Embankment: I Iri I freight rates. comparing them with Manuel Mercado then administered the

I ers. [type of bridges over the canals, can lay I i and as little expense as possible.For >Bt of 1 C V dipper, rnmpl.i l (I' $ !P' ">.nn !. what our competitors pay for the same oath.
Second. Ina;mJch an some of the l;e !left for subsequent consideration that reason I have noted on the Two nvont hs' nalii rof i-ri-w lino ;,! kind of service. The traffic man of Two Deputies Oppose Acceptance.
holders have not voluntarily i Furl I fwooill, for 2 months rGn1* ]I the is subject to calUftnd no Two deputies spoke vigorously
property !hy the city authorities. map, as a l suggestion, a public wharfat Moorings oils tool, etc 3."." I league
agreed to come in on this proposition Work To HP 1 Done--Shore Kmbanfc- foot of Ruby ave., where the railroad Iin Ifli-nlHl ropalrs _ ___ 300 1 j charges wil be made for his services against the acceptance of Huerta's
I' bad inasmuch there is doubt | where claims are to be collected resignation, one calling it "weak sub'g''
as grave could switch its onto the nn"J except f
| im'nl (a) earn Total __ __ __ ___ $1] "
to u will be mission to the United -States. +
about the city having the right wharf for and economical I then the charge just n
quick easy ( ml "f on.- 10-Inch h> compel them to bulkhead we respectfully Taking the press nt level of the lakeas transfer of perinhabie freights.; The .- : suggest that City Council nave low water datum plane, and the present city wharf is unsuited, and a SalnrliM of r-p-- ((30 ;months: 14 (IMIKui'l .. I ny said that if the secretary would let ceptance, declaring it was the only
the top of the completed !portion of the 1 wood 13 per cord 30 mo Ii." .I him know the time for the local to the
Amendment to City save country.
asso way
prepared be built. 3,1001 t
new and stronger one must Ill|l1). "nRt e. lines. tool. etc I IHiTifUHlH
Charter, giving the City the authority concrete sea wall us plus 5 "feet, I recommend uf ptp a ant fl>-xMlo.vos < ciation's next meeting he would try The streets of the capital were f"
i to, bulkhead the! property, and asues that the embankment be Method of Proponed Work. ... ___ .-_ 6'11)0 to arrange to be here to meet with the crowded until a late hour, tonight, butno
built along the line indicated on the The work to be done is of sufficient I i liic.HliH. to boilers,, machines
the benefits the so I''body. disturbance has ben reported. The
against to the :,nd hull ___ ________ & "00
Improved, and, that you request the accompanying ni'ap, by dredged material magnitude justify employmentof A meeting for the first Saturday in Governor of the Federad district, ordered
from the channel hhown parallel modern equipment, and, as com I situ
next legislature to pass the Amend- J5n August at 9:30: a. m. was then an the police to check any em-
this authni ity. Uf same. The foundation for the embankment petitive bids for the work could note I Sun.-Ialodrr., < 2'A' ji-ara____ .oou_ I nounced. onstration. The streets are patrolledby
Perhaps it would be well to say and the material for same be obtained, there being no suitable $65 SOD After discussion the association mounted police who have orders
i are such, that no timber, pile or concrete plant in your vicinity, would recommend this estimate I have been I that
that, in our opinion the Mull erry f In making agreed a committee be sent to to use drastic measures of necessary. 01,
. ;;+ Foundry & Machine Co. is composedof retaining wall is necessary for that complete equipment for a liberal in the/ amount of expense for Wauchula, Plant City and! probabry Rumors that bands of Zapata' followers '
1 people entirely responsible for their construction and preservation. yard dipper dredge and for a 10-inch every unit and it is therefore safe to other points to consult with members have reached Zochimi, ten miles
4 t ..contracts.t I Dredging for Fill. (b). hydraulic dredge be purchased by the assume, that the total cost of the en- of the successful growers' associationsin south of the capital, have proved un
t 1i They contemplate establishing foundry After the embankment is far enough (city and that the hulls (lighters) for tire work would not exceed my esti- those cities, get statistics, Informa- founded.
and a Machine Works here on advanced dredging should begin withan same be built at Kissimmee. This mate. In comparing the above cost of tion as to their methods of work, etc., Shortly after 8 o'clock tonight General k
,( Blocks 9 and 10 of Waters Additions, hydraulic dredge within proposed one-yard dipper can be put in workin ten-inch; contract work with work by hired lab- and to be ready to report at the next Huerta, acompanied by a few ;
which they recently bought. channel lines, and the material con- order for $9,500.00, and the or, using a municipal plant, there !is meeting. Henry Overstreet and A. S. friends, entered the French cafe which
( All of which we respectfully sub.trut. veyed through a sufficiently long pon- hydraulic dredge, with pipes, pontoons' shown a difference in favor of the latter Nelson were named on this commit- he has visited daily for a year or .
y ) oon and land line to the shore. The and ready lo work. would cost SIS.O'W. method of approximately $35,000. I more, and took his usual place near "
Yours truly, height of the fill, as calculated is 6 Quantity To Be Dredged. To this must be added the value of the names of eleven new memberswere the 'entrance. He was followed by a
C. A. CARSON, feet at the embankment, and 8 feet Embankment: plant after the work is completed.The enrolled at this meeting. Theyare large crowd which cheered him wild

. i JNO. M. LEE, along the natural banks. (The fill will Main city embankment limit _withIn __ 18.900 cu. y r s T. M. RIVERS, settle approximately 1 foot after it Main embankment beyond -- dredge, after a few months use, would Frank Vans Agnew, James M. John- and said: t -
j ,sI G. F. KRIBBS, has been completed.) city limits 9,000 cU. yd.. not exceed 20 per cent; the hydraulic son Arthur E. Donegan M. Katz C. "This wil be my last toast to toy
J. D. CLAnK Channels (c). Fill Embankment behind on embankment canals- 10.600 cu yd* dredge, after 30 months usage, would F. Johnson! J. M. Lee H. H. Thurman, favorite resort and I drink to the new
r Committee on Bulkheading. For the purpose of obtaining proper within the city 347.000 cu.' yds. perhaps have depreciated 80 to 40 per C. N. Matthews and ii. R. Overatreet. President of Mexico." 1

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