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 24, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00656
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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RUSH LINE FROM WHITTIER WITH SIX NEW: MEMBERS FORCE

*f TO BASSENGER -NEW SECTION IN FEST AN. KISSIMMEE' HAS BASEBALL I Paris, July 20_Mme. Calllaux's SEVERAL GANGS OF STATE CON IS GREATLY STRENGTHENED.:, kd,

'LONG-CONSIDERED RICH IN 'BAND : SEASON, THE BALL TEAM I story of the shooting of Calmette. edItor ..- VICTS ARE BEING WORKED NEW- CHIEF GETS HEARTY i

POSSIBILITIES. BE SUPPORTED-TIMR ..of the Figaro which had published ROVGIIOUTCQV TT QI_ DING SUPPORT FROM BO .&
I GAME. her .
attacks against husband and her' -
--- --c-- i ACT IS RIGHT NOW 1[self, and threatened to love ROAD TO EAST COAS.T --
There is no section'of the United publish Monday night at &meeting held fort
States where greater possibilities exist I I4'.' I Utters that had passed between the that purpose, the Kisslmmeofire department
than ia this part of Florida and Prob- Kissimmee want baseball. all. (I accused I and her husband which had County Supervisor ef Road G. W. was' reorganised and tho
section where so great amount GAMES ? 1 I keen written before they were married Ashton was in the city this week and company strengthened'by the addition r
ably no
of virgin soil, capable of the same ..0- so, say so. And everybody speak was dramatic and affecting. She reported a considerable amount of of several new members ,W., A... t.
amount of profitable cultivation, has .0Today ( ) told of her sufferings in highly.colored road work being done throughout the Joiner.the 1I'.Tchi.f recently ap., ,
been untouched. For this reasonit 4 plays Is little doubt but that the lanfllalre.. county at. yhi.. time. pointed by'the, city, council- baa taken ,
yet Is Interesting to note the work being to that question will be in the I Gaston Calmette because I Mr. Ashton is working one gang of hold of his work with enthusiasm, lie
done in Osceola and adjoining Arcadia. Everybody hasenjoyed knew he was going to publish in his the state convicts in the Whittier section termlned .to wake the 'dep rtment
counties in the way of railway construction I gamea so far, and everybody has I newspaper love letters that had been where a hard road is being constructed more efficient than it has over,been.
!! and the building of good .0- Ybor enough worked up to last sent to me by my husband, Joseph between Kenansville and the The firemen'aw'.heartily' supporting ,e
roads, as it in!! this work that will open | But enthusiasm wont sup Caillaux, before he divorced his first Lake Marion hotel of Whittier This the new chief in his plans for increase '
1th* way for the development of mil- *. a ball team. And the situation in wife Madame Guerndon. These letters oad is being made of sand stone and Ing the efficiency.of the service,and
lions of acres Florida land, awaitingthe .0Games just now is that the ball had been stolen from Caillaux the rock is secured nearby as needed. to this end will hold regular business's
coming of industry and agnoul- i, must be supported promptly or i.. by his wife. who wanted to ruin me .Another.gang of state convicts is session. and renew the weekly drills +.i,
ture. A',most important piece of railroad I. the public generally knows the "For three months I mounted Cal- St. Cloud road, in charge of L. R. In reorganizing the department .': ri
construction in that being built by the Sanford have back salary coming to vary," she said. "Such I do not wishto Farmer. A stretch of this road is being new constitution and by-laws were
Florida East Coast railway between games. and this indebtedness must be. my worst enemy. .No one can im- widened and considerable grading adopted and officers elected as foi-f
Maytown in the lower part of Volusia On before the team can be suc I agine what I went through. I feared being done. lows: Captain; J. C. Roberts; First-
county and a point on the north shore ''on the financed in future, Under for myself, for my husband, for my The county prisoners are at work on Lieutenant Tom Walker Second!
.of Lake Okeechobee and which traverses of 8 to 5 management, which has just child. I feared for myself because if the new road under construction from Lieutenant, W. O. Thomas; president, k
Orange, Osceola and St. Lucie team. over the team, and with a reor- part of these letters were published, Ashton to"the East Coast, a distance James C. Buckets; vice-president! +
counties. This branch of the F. E. C- the home of the team on a less ex- : before the world, my woman's honor of about thirty-five mile. Capt. K. C. Roberts! secretory Sam Lnpfer;.
Is completed within about twenty miles of 5 to 4 basis, there is every reason to would be gone, and I would stand L. BrUt ha. charge of this work. The treasurer, E.; .E. Magee ' .
its destination and regular train that the team could be made stripped<< and naked/ road is to be forty feet wide, and Waat:Police .Power. -r.,:' t s
service has already been established supporting for the remainder of "I had always been taught that a while not a hard road, will be put tn With the now members 'the eam0
as far south. Whittier. The remain Little season If this indebtedness was woman's honor consisted in having excellent condition for travel.In has Ithirten.
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pany a of'
present
ing construction work is being pushed from'a of the way But until then the her life as open as possible. My poor connection with the road work membership
Including the chief. Tho
tie rapidly as possible, and no doubt however. or the players do not fool father who last year told me that a In the vicinity of Kenansville the meD are TomWalker N.. D.Parsons now, t.
the road will be finished in. a few as poor a to go on Indefinitely. wife who had a lover was a woman streets of the plaee are' worthy: of Lonnie
months. imagine .tag day this week far the ben- without honor, never would have set mention. Kenansville is a new town Saunders Cant,Billy, Burkam Wm.,.W<.; T
team have of the ball team was a fair suc foot in site the and EeL: Norton ':..- \, #
house
A To Complete New Lino. my had he known of my on new branch of the Florida After discussion T
It is understood that work on the teurish considering: that It was hurried- liaison with M. Caillaux. East Coast railway between Maytown the it was decided b/ 4
Florida East Coast branch from old and the amount realized These words came from Madame and Lake Okeechobee, and the Florida before company that the chief should go',
Whittier to Bassenger is to begin ever, the it will aid to lessen this indebt- Caillaux, who was placed on trial to- East Coast is responsible for three council.the to .city council and ask the
'.new. Six miles of this branch was some, but not enough. It ap day for slaying Gaston Calmette lateeditor miles of good marl strets rulinilll'throu..h give.. the boys more authorIty -' i
completed some time ago and then chance to that the only solution to the of the Figaro March__ 16th._ the town. rgiven IfcertafnpoUco. powers,.,
the
... the work stopped. Until I recently such is by popular subscription in She occupied the stand .L inree and a able firemen they would bo .
to
"f the ball" -amounts to count. half keep curious spectators; out of
nothing was said about continuing tie enough hours telling her story to the the r
work, but if reports are correct orders ing. Teach the splendid park and grand fudges and jurymen. range of the firs thereby avoid
have been given for the contractors toa'O "Play ball, the town has, and the evident Madame Caillaux wept' frequently OFF CONSULT amen possible without and enabling the
ahead and it is doubtless the pur- tomorrow.The .- ent everybody is getting out and at times seemed to-shrink in horror to better to work Interruption' ,and
'poso of the road to complete the. games it would seem a shame from the ordeal she was undergo advantage. : '. _'
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branch to Bassenger without further two hours, I to have ball games. But money ing. She declared she was bereft of The present Inefficient 'alarm sy .!
is Sanford her when he' killed her victim tam"was a matter of discussion also
interruption. There every proba- senses r
bility that this branch will some day every Kissimmee want baseball and declared the suffering already WITH GROWERS toald'and the the city >nncU'will brr.questJ a ,
be continued across jibe Kissimmoe.liver though undergone since the killing: was great fire department Iq estab-
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tubing beter
lania"I ,
the West like he She denied m system. New badges
and on to coa.t.Particular'lnterest'haa been ex- And with TAG' DAY RECEIPTS enough punishment.in her,act: ::She said anypremeditation' . .". 'wanted too. .. some of the old. '

,proceed in the road being built'from 'him" it little more than. $60 was realised nobody could,realise how she suffered A. S. NELSON AND HENRY OVER. badges have boon lost and with the increased er

r Maytown .to Lake I Okeechobee considered as it j.' r : ; tag day'. and the"gate'receipts .> Continued. -. -on. ..Page.. ., den. .,. STREET WILL VISIT WAUCHULA. not enough membership, badges art of the on department hand to
through section long brought the goy
passes a -Theonly game PLANT .CITY AND OTHER round.' >
rich in Ossibllities. but.so Inaccessible was up to f 100 or more.- .
that Its"development is just game the 'YOUTH POINTS TO SJCURE'DATA: ; Monda)' enlline. 'wee . 1 tV$
in ; OF THIRTEEN tire These *
drill.
beginning 'Much of the territory ln1 1 Hii and practice runs.
Osceola and St. Lucie counties, covered 'Poundskan SEMINOLE LAND A. S. Nelson and Henry Ovoritrsat, will be held weekly and ono regular
by the road has a dense growth of I Up to o'f who are a committee appointed by bu.Ineslae.slon will be : held loach. ;t
IN ROLE THIEF
pine timber yet in its virgin tate, been made the Fruit and Truck Growers' atso. month with special meetings when

and Offers splendid opportunities for ball the FOR $1500 coation to visit Wauchula., Plant,City nocessary. ,
lumber and naval industries. or the ors didn't and other points to secure data for Club Room Needed. p r
homeseeker or investor wanting land scored a Walter Richardson, a thirteen year the local organization, expect to leave At this point it knight be well.to re;
for general agriculture, citrus or- bat out of old boy of St. Cloud, stole quietly into Monday on a several days trip down mind the public that .th, flro depart'
truck there number of fft. Cloud people were the Tea Room on Darlington avenue the :ment is provided with
chards or gardens are the next state. They will consult with no place to hold
thousands of available acres to be had I score. city Monday and Tuesday at early Thursday morning, appropriatedwhat members of the Growers' Associations It. meetings. With the service that
Mt reasonable prices. The success of I thi of H. D. Geiger, giving tes money he could find and then in the towns visited with these volunteer firemen render the "
; season
growers already located in this terri- popular in behalf of C. J. Rothrock, after renting a bicycle for half a day reference to. the method. of the organizations city it seems as If the city'should provide
Cory is sufficient proof of what intelligent Pitcher iri suits against the Sem- from the Osceola Bicycle company on In making the growingand them a comfortable clubrooms
labor will accomplish when applied after that Land and Investment company Broadway, he struck out across coun- Marketing of produce in their see: where they can meet and discuss the
to Florida soil. fourth let D. L. Rice and others. try for adventure. tions profitable to the farmers. things relative to tho important pub.
Building Good Road he settled were for foreclosure of lien Some time later in the morning A. The local association is just beginning lie work they have freely undertaken;
In addition to railroad construction without the and Judfr.-.G. F. Kribbs E. Smith, proprietor of the Tea' Room. its work and feels that the associations If such a room were provided it would ;
going on'in nearly every part of the Taylor as special master in both cases. rtilsscd the money, amounting to $2.50, already operating successfully no effort to keep the membership ,,.-
state, hundreds of miles of good roads' even' O'Bryan is counsel for defend- and notified, Sheriff Ingram. Mr. can .be of great awsTstance. Infu.rniahing of the department up to the necessary ,
-yare being ?built peging was in both' cases and H. D. Geiger Smith said the Richardson youth had statistics, etc., standard and the boys would render **
Every county reports extensive addition to counsel. Witnesses for supper at the Tea Room Wednesday Mr. Nelson and Mr. Overstreet will better service by thus having the snpi'
work now under way and more planned him complainant were: Ex-Mayor, D. night and he suspected the boy of the. make their trip and be ready with a port of the public.. It behooves the
.... for until the time will soon come when'the upon caught; six of St. Cloud. N. H. Washbum, robbery. As Sheriff Ingram had had ''I report at the next regular meeting citizens of Kissimmee to co-operate
state can boast of as complete a i that Pound Tatlow, P. Rothrock, :J. W. I the boy in charge once before for a of the local association, which will in securing comfortable --quarter 4'I
system of fine roads as can be found j' and like Mrs. C.. J. Rothrock. all of similar petty theft, he needed no de- ''be held in the city hall, Saturday, Where the firemen in any part of the country. i l nn erratic ; J. A. McCarty, justice of scription of him, but was *soon on I August 1, at .9,40, a. m.', Just now the department has one
Transportation facilities open the ways in the Third District, and A. : his trail. Half way between the city At this meeting it is expected that powerful motor truck equipped with
/ way for a full development of the tice his of this city. : and Campbell utaion the boy was cap- Mr. Louis Tenney will be present and chemical tanks* Bladders buckets
state's resources, and looking ahead hearing testimony of com- tured and a search; revealed the stolen will have interestinginformation to about 2.500 feet of two.lncb hose 200'

there are only bright prospects for I The and witnesses the cases were money, carefully hidden away. in the '. Impart concerning new branches of feet of chemical hose, etc. A complete.
until a future date for the sweatband of his hat. outfit
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years to come.PROPERTY. but tile Florida Growers' and Shippers' also provided for each fire
Alvey of defendant's estlmony. YoungRichardson was brought i League and work being done now. man. That both men and machlno are '
base Rice, a defendant in both suits back to town and his father at St. It is desired that: all members of the capable of excellent work has been
OWNERS ARE !1 base played, officer of the Seminole Land and Cloud notified. The father will be in association attend this meeting and proven over and over again. and'with t; a
Company. the city today and if he agrees to"atch I bring a new member with them. an efftcient'alarm System Klsslmmoo ,
The foreclosures are on sidewalks after his boy more closely and I need have no fear of a disastrous fin. '
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BUSY CUTTING WEEDS witnessed by Mr. Rothrock for the Semi- keep him out "of further trouble, the ; :
was out .Lana and Investment Company, child will be given over to him.
MISS MATTIE BANDY
I, some real Mr. Rice personally. Otherwise the boy is in line for a termin
on the involved in each case is the reform school as this is the third PASTIMEOPENSUNDERNEW
-.W The city appranell..incetnallT'Prop'presenting a more -attractive -:, everybody 1500. offense of'the kind he has been guiltyof.
REMODELS HAT SHOP
erty owners heretofore: negligent I 1 Score of MANAGEMENT
have opened the marshal's order to Ba.f.r-*. .... .................: ARTISTIC ARCHITECTURE. '. -
down the-Wfeed ." Some of the
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'cut ; Player
? RD OF TRADE .0- architectJudce;; Miss Mattie Bandy is having her
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in town Arant Th *
lawns are beautifully kept ati I c *! Murphy's I The .Theatre
shop remodeledin Pastime which
millinery on Broadway closed
I.oveli, If .MEETS MONDAY NIGHT 4 ,
r aU times, others appear to get only'occaalo.al R. Ch1tten. ".. .0- new home is to be congratulated on preparation for the fall and.winter down abeut' ten days ago reopened >
care and a few yard. and Dut.eae.. cf his artistic, as well as practical and ,
many,vacant lots get no care at all., K nn"r. .. The Board of Trade meets 0 convenient conception. This combination season. The interior is being sues Thursday. A.' night under new management. ,
ealciminod and- decorated and E. Ford well known the I
Hunter, Sb night July 27th, in Im- 0 in
j Tho city beautiful plan is to keep always so greatly desired Is not the
Hirdln. other will make the city has leased theatre and
all\ p business session and all\ Improvements as announces
the weeds cut all the time.Marhal \ Spencer. rf always achieved.BUILJMNG:
shop will trader that henceforth it will
Tyson has put-all property J. .. of the board are urged + more attractive be be a.
J owners on'notice that unless the weeds be present. As usual the meet- + NEW TENANT HOUSE. Miss Bandy left.thi. week for the five cent house, one faro' for adults, i ',
and children. l.
iforthern' markets to buy her fall y
t. will be.called to account will bean the City Hall 0
are cut they KL.L.esPlayer opei This .
Hiram and Walter Wilcox are build- stock. is the firs time the city has'over +
their neglect. Ha threatens that at 7:80 o'clock .
for Bu.... If i Ing a new tenant house on their nlacv I had a five cent house, and it.
for this will not be .
doing ox: In addition to important bust-
tended H. Pounds. on Cypreu Island. The Wilcox Should prov. an intore.tlncexperi.
r iirdellnttely either, and advises Aly..)'. cf. .. matters to come before the-4 1'brothers are among the biggest truck FOUNDATION FOR WARING ment. As has been the custom heretofore

that everybody get busy with their Payne Bullock,mm rf Mn John M.. Lee has + growers in. the count.and ,as their BUILDING4ABOUT,COMPLETED the Pastime.. Mil will include j.
F lawnmowers at one*. Bre k.nrldc to be present at the meet- farm work increases'it becomes..nocesfcary "rt\, three reels every, show and the management '
Streets in the city are getting considerable -B. Pound. -.and talk to the board on ad- to plan for 6onsingmore h.lp. av wsBwM has contracted for "first, J ;
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? attention" at this time.- Thed. Taylor : Kissimmee abroad. On 'The concrete foundation for the now run". picture.10 that whil.'the'4d.
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.y prisoners'are working this week ) fl' recent visit in ,Ohio. Mr. Leo [ PARK HOTEL REOPENS.. brick store building on-Broadway be- miaslon.price.la loss the .standard.of'
a Ad .the",weif end of Emmett street, many inquiries 'about this . ing erected by B. D. Waring is about; shows riven' will continue'to..befirst'' F

". 1F grading.and ditd. Jl&'...-,. i Two-Baa Horn : : of Florida and ho thinks Tho Park Motel under management complete; and'work-on the,wall will claasU-SThe. ..shows'bogto,every night 3
?.."Struck \ .more effectiveTmethod; '' of i I. ,,of.A, Rose reopened tV week after begin immediately; When"completed at 7:15 o'clock.; .. .; ' '_ w
F;i i j* THANKS. 1n. as+ ,. inl' should bo .worked: being closed for the past two months, It will-be oa.,of the haadsomost business *-.'A'good pianist .has boon' secured to. "

,,1 f .'-Jf'T: "' t t 6B.a'Hit* 0"- i : :' ; If, .;t." '., ii" except,to regularroomers.Theen; blocks In.,",,'"Kissimmoe- ,,., ,*costing' furnish the musical program for;the <.
_boysuacompodo *th. 'ball .wncllf1., Y ; tire house Including, the dining room* about 10000. r- Put.Ime''ffItleb' adds to \the' good, erg'
th .. : 1'
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't. r:+dam'and'their- many,;fri.nda'desirs atialsot.. .. .. ...f, "';.J;. : Is again' open'.to the public; and provision > .eoatracton"'> plans 'callfor' atwostorybuilding t. I... of the'show; ?' .)
and also I. made to care for all, guoat who 60x70 foot with '
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l '''r to-earnestly-thank the young SooN by. : -' = :'C. ; T" >
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; '. .aty Lipscomtr majr I, v 1'OOII1hL"hnt stores on_tho _first floor $tirasOEa.1'Ae'etra: ,
;,.cam,.who: so Wnjly.tondorod their .-'Iadi"l KluI .,. 60$.too nlCJ".KRJII."". have .800 strawberry! refrigerator The hotel.tiCl( 'year.J and ton offices above.. ..The design Is has.planted thousands ofplante .t *
'l '.nd I rJ ; Bato _h__ .01:4.:. boxe >oikrRTbe.boxeo:-wHl bo.ready ordinarily beta* Bp1.JiI: : f first Oriental; material brick with Indiana tomaker onoae! ............., \..\.uppI/-
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Minim','. liiin IMIIIIIII..... ,Kissimmee V Mr.tMerchantClip. VAGRANTS. AND HOBO GRAYSTONEJHEATRE '- Let Me Fix" Upif"YourPlace

Weekly N'otesof. I

[ Church Work and, Pony .Farm, I This Story For HAULED INTO COURTTwo ; WILL OPEN JULY 30 this ,f

.- Your Scrap Books 4 ,
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.Christian :Progress: .: b ,."..... ----.. negro men were In'Mayor's Thursday nigHt, July 30,, will be mme
HE BOUGHT A SAW court Wednesday to answer to chargesof opening: night at the new Graystone
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1.1 l n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, l. n l oK i'I D owtt in 'Alabama some time ago vagrancy. theatre, according to announcementmad a
One R. Williams 'satisfactorilyproved by the; management this week.
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went into store
al l man a to buy a
p'' Conducted by Local Miniatera't f .aw. He saw the kind he wanted and that he wor\ced\ once in a After some delay hte theatre'hasbeen -

,i.. .A..o atlon. asked the price it was 1.65 the. while at least, and the! case againsthim able to contract with the Universal -
,1 dealer said. was dismissed with a caution by Film company for what is knownas
11111 11 11 M I I 111 M I 11 11 I I I
"Good said the Mayor that he appear to be more the company's "fast express ser-
", gracious, the man) "I I '
t' It'estimated that the number of can get the same thing' from the busy in the future: vice," which 'means that the Gray- I am prepared to convert 4k t

l ; men attending Sunday School is in mail-order house for $1.35." Ralph Myrick, the other accused, stone will be able to show films within I area of/land within a
1 e .creasing the rate of 100,000 a year "That's less than it cost me," said got a sixty-day job with the city's twenty-one days after they leave any
in the united'States. Men are constantly the dealer; "but I'll sell it on the street gang. the studio. That is a concession worth I reasonable'distance of Kis
,I" awakening: to a realization of same terms as the mail-order house Fair Howard, a third negro, was something for a town the size of
'4 the fact that 'a larger share of the just the same." before the court on a charge.of ridingon Kissimmee. Few towns this Size can I simmee, no matter how j14n
work of the Church should be done by "All right," said the customer. You I a train without first having purchased -. secure this service as it is reserved
them and it is natural that they should can send it along and charge it to a ticket. He, rode into town for cities where the theatre crowdsare I rough or neglected, into a ;
turn to the study: of God's word in my account. I Tuesday morning in all the luxurythe supposed to bd much larger.' productive and remunerative
; the Sunday School for better equipment "Not on your life," the dealer re-I top of a box car affords, and had A feature of the service that will '-

I for their.work.. plied. "No charge accounts. You anticipated going right through to o 3 of special interest is the twice-a- I condition 4
Lakeland. for the month film of the New York Giantsin {
I I can't do usinesa with the mailorderhouse Unfortunately ..
\, 1 Quite a number of men in Sunday. The raising of stock Is not a new industry that] way. Fork over the each." I I traveler Marshal Tyson met the train action. Only recently has the Universal iii
t( me are regular attendants at In Osceola county but as yet The customer complied. and officially invited him to wai over signed with the Giants for
," School and earnest: students of the I very little attention has been given to I "Now, two cents postage;\ and five I here. these pictures.The y i
1 word of God. Are there not others the breeding oT horses. It is with par- | cents for a money order." The negro decided if he couldn'tride company has recently signed
who will join and thus line up on''I donable pride, therefore, that Kissim- ,i "What-" Lakeland he could run, so he with Mary Fuller also and Mary Estimates and Plan
God's side? Many old and wise men mee points to C. E. SWope's venturein i Now, two cents postage and five beat it down the railroad track at a Pickford is under contract for a seriesof \ ;

V are faith tt4he Sunday School and I I .this direction and predicts a successful ,; cents for a money order, to a mail lively clip, the marshal right behind. picture These two well known : furnished ; :,,
1 bear glad testimony to its great help- future for the pony farm he order house, you know." Sympathetic spectators joined in the and popular actresi.... play oppositethe + r ;,;

fulness to them.even. in their old I has recently established.Mr. The customer inwardly raving keptto foot race, but the negro proved a real favorite King Baggot. - --
s days'j Swope is an Ohian, who adopted his agreement and paid the seven Marathon runner and the marshal T ,
The Sunday School Kissimmee as his homo' ,about /five cents. i finally got on, his. horse and run the St.: UJ\'Ubt.ine--St.;\ Johns ounty r 4U r
. 10 nearly complete that provision is l years ago. lie has had years of ex ; "Now twenty-five cents man down. commissioners are considering: organization I
made for" everybody to be in it.- tjju? j perience with stock, havnig maintain-I age: express- The visiting hobo also] got;\ a sixty- of drainage district to reclaim .

i babies are put on the cradle roll $iiill.,ed a bit( stable lh connection with oil I "Well, I'll be-," he raid, but paidit day sentence on the streets. 5000 acres rear Elkton.
; they are old enough to go. The Home and agricultural: interests in Ohio, and
., saying/ : "Now band-me'that 11ft wand l i- Alf. W. LawI r.
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for the old and -- -
-Department provides- he maintains that Florida Is ideal for I'll take it home myself and ho y f?
- Infirm. All the others ought to be stock raising. rid of this foolery." M
members of regular' Classes in the ac- While on a visit to Ohio last year, IK
tive work of the schools. The older Mr. Swope decided to ship some homes "Hand it to you ? Where do you.I I The Developer Modern! Model Farm
-
think ? You're in Alabamaand
and wiser one becomes the more pleas South. Being partial to the Welsh I'm you in are Chicogo, and you'll 'haveto I. 6. WIENER INSUflllE E flGEKCY. : :,
4 he out of the he several j I Box 145 .
ure and profit can gel ponies bought thorough wait two weeks for that saw." . ... ,
School exercises. bred animals with which to stock his I
Sunday, .. Whereupon the dealer hung the saw '
place here. After nearly a year he on a peg and put the money in his Successor to Arthur E. Donegan Agency Kissimmee, fla. ',
\ of the II
Here is a unique description feels satisfied with the experiment cash drawer.
from "The Methodists Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. PJiene 246 .
Church taken and plans to increase his breeding "That makes $1.67," he said. "It ". I,
Monthly:" The Baptists have a won- stock in the near future. His stableis has cost you two cents more and I ev
deful mission in Korea. One poor located on his place just outside taken two weeks
< you longer to get
.4 woman, living outside the town, heard the city limits.In it than if had in General Insurance Business, representing the strongest and most I
paid price
what wonderful things happened atthis expressing his preference for the the first place.-Hidden you; my Hints. I Reliable companies. Tii
miseien place where the -name- of Welsch stork.u Mr.- Swnne savs that I }f. I WEFT 11 11Fire it
Jesus : ; ; she walked; small 1 ;;
was preached, BO being the ponies require less UNCLAIMED LETTERS .. We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency
4 into the toWn to attend the services. feed and are therefore less expensiveto .
Not knowing where the mission hallS keep.: In addition they are as ; without change -Your patronage is respectfully solicited. I
-was, nor by what name it was called, strong as the average horse tq he had i AT THE POSTOfflCE I Life, Health and Accident ; ,rINSURANCES

4 she asked if any one could show her in Florida and are therefore as de- i !
the way to the place where they cured sirable for farm work or family use. ; r
the broken heart, and she was directed As a rule they are very safe and are Mrs. Y. Albritton, J. F. Barante, S. ,'.'
i; to the Baptist mission. If men and the best animal] for children. B. Boyd, Lonnie Bronson, Hardy Hare, !
;t' women came as strangers into our Nearly all ef the Swope horses are Thos. Hughes, Frank McCroye, Miss'j IDEALFERTILIZERS Successor toNELSON'INSURANCE i,.
l town, and asked to \Ve directed to the ponies. The young stallion Mae Martin, Sarah Montgomery, Os- t AGENCY "
; )112 .place where they cured the broken sown in the picture is the handsomest car Prosnak, John Patterson, Miss
heart, would the people of our streets animal in the stable.BULKHEADING Belle Sylvester, Richard Smith, Mrs. --
x say: "I know the place you mean, Alice Stokes Ida Waus, Clarence Way-'j X
it is the church yonder. The Healer choff Miss Ollie Lee Wilson, 1IIrll. I Old State Bank BuiJdinl'ooooo.o..oo. W

-;. of men, the good Physician, is always UP AT Bertha Wilson. I ... I.
there?" The temple in our Lord's B. B. SIMPSON,

ri day was not such a place. May he Postmaster.H.E.BAILEY.

", make our churches. .his ei own. NEXT COUNCIL MEETThe I C. F. THRASHER s

i i Better Than "Living." I
Best and CheapestFor
j
t 'A man must live!' We justify
city council in adjourned SHEET METAL WORKER
f. 'Low shift and trick, to treason high, last Friday night transacted session Painting and Paper Hanging
very
A litle vote for a little gold, I Steel Ceilings a Specialty.
little business only three membersof
Or a whole senate bought and sold, as INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY
With this self-evident the body were present. Some bills I Phone 149-K. Kis lmmee, Fla.( '
reply- wore ordered paid-and routine affairs 21 Mabbette Street.
live! i iFIELD'
must
'A
I man '
disposed: of, but the iscussion on bulk- 29-tf GROVE. GARDEN
,:: heading the lake was caried over until i M.O 444 640'QO 4 40 04 +
.. "But is it so? Pray tell me why the next regular meting August. Y
I ife at such cost hare to buy ?
;;& s you The bulkheading committee's M. TILLER
In what religion were told
'::- you along
was submitted to the council .
.t. A man must live? with other data the committee has c
COM'ETOCORONADO Real Estate
There times when man must Agency.
')1) are a colll'ctedand this will likely be the ; ;
l' die!
rnort important before the ..................
l There times when man will subject ..............
are a
r. i Wilson & Toomer
council at the: next meeting. Fertilizer o.
diel"!
<\> '. BEACH Realty bought and sold
Imagine for'a battle-cry
20000 ACRES OF ,
'From soldiers .with a sword to hold, Jacksonville, Florida Houses rented.
1.00 From soldiers with a flag unfurled, LAND SOLD FOR $100,000Ocala >> Spend 'your summer vacation Taxes paid and Titles ver- (

."S I' This coward's whine, this liar's lie.- Fla.-It S. Hall, the !.wen at Coronado 1 Bead. for'Apart. Local .Agent: Waters & Carson Grocery Co. ifled for non-residents. .

/1'' .j'A man must.live!' known the holdings turpentine of .the magnate Florida has Naval sold menu, Cottages or' Board writeor Fire, Life and Accident In'j I

""The Sa'vicr did not 'live! Stores company"":-20,000 acres around apply to surance. r,
''i He died) Orlando and Ovierdo-to Chicago capi- I : Indemnity Bonds. '
' But In-hi* death was life, I talists. The price was $100,000. M. M. N. BLANTON, II 4 < \\
y, h Lie for ).irnn>lf and oil mankind. ; Jones and Lee Miller, of Orlando, Coronado, Fla. I 4444 0000600000000
kli He found hts life by losing;\ I will be Florida] managers for the I
Afresh with him, find Chicago I
may company. II
-f Life in the cup of death, ___ I


t I Win And-Record drinking life forevermore.it of Christian" Work. WHERE SHALL I GO TO" SCHOOL ? S. HILLOCK al


+ KL.OItII NTATK' OI.I.KfilC; KOH UNIVERSITY OK FI.OIIIUA, I

i MINUTES. OF COUNCIL MEETING. WO M 1C N, T A 1,1.A H A K!lEI';. OAINESVILLK.' REAL ESTATE-

COLLEGE OK ARTS' AND BCIEllht Colleges and Divisions; LIB
4L The council met in regulai ad- ENCKS; NORMAL SCHOOL. SCHOOL ERAL ARTS LAW; KN1NKER1NJ( I INSURANCEExamination
:' journed session July 17, there being OF SCHOOL MUSIC.OAUT.8k'Hlrrl.OF, EXTENSION EX PRKNPION DIVILEOE, AGRICULTURE; TEACH ;It S' COI_.
; EXPERIMENT STATTnN; EX
present J. W. Thompson, Pres.; Roma SION; I1RAD1IATK SCHOOL Modern TENSION DIVISION; t1RADURTE
Thomas, G. H. Prather and J. R. Gil- grymnnslum with swimming pool; bas SCHOOL. Ten new brick buildings bI< of Titles a t
4 bert. Clerk. k"tl>nll und tennis courts: .new andmodern aides gymnasium swimming pool and
buildings beautiful campus; many subsidiary buildings. Sixtyoneofficers
Bills were approved and ordered. dormitories have all modern convenience Instructors 'and assistants.( Specialty. . #
paid as follows: *;.i.yn.M"IlnlgFrg, and kitchen young men from 47 Florida counties i. ;
Citizens Bank of Kissinunee, in lieu meet ; 41* young and 14 states and foreign countries:
women from 49 counties and 12 states last session. CorresDondence Solicited.C.W.GRIFFIN.
of warant No. 1,750, $1413.50. last seaslon. JQOKAHQ4D
Citizens Bank of Kissimmee, Interest TUITION FREE In College and Nor- TUITION. FREE BOARD AND EN. 1 ?
TRANCE FEES - -
tlSZ.60 -
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on warant No. 1,901, 60 days, mal foe the School.year 124.Board For and catalogue entrance write fees Write today for catalogue.A. per year. f

1, f 18.86. KDWAUD: CONHADI. PRESIDENT.: A. MURPHREE. PRESIDENT. _
J.: R. Gilbert, clerk, on new
; plant (Ellis cent), $1,00,00.It -
r County treasurer part due school C. A."'CAR ON, President. N. C. BRYAN SecretaryThe ,
Lund $1,194.54. .
k Edward! Newton, line work $46.50. j
Mr. J. E. Rush asked that council Waters& Carson Staple and FancyGROCERIES ;

i, accept personal note for taxes due by YOUNG MAN, DO YOU EVER STOP 10 CONSIDER }

; Kissimmee Furniture Co., which af- *. THE FUTURE-THE OBLIGATION IMPOSED ;
I'll ter due consideration was refused, and ,
1 the collector was instructed to collectas UPON J5ELF-RESPECTING CITIZEN TO PRO- .1:
: provided by law.: Grocery CompanyWholesale VIDE HAPPINESS FOR HIS FAMILY? '
-A communication from the mayorssking
that 'clerk's office be changedto Free Delivery to all Parts :

front rooms of building was read,
'" whereupon the clerk was requested to and Retail Dealers IaGROCERIES YOU CAN'T EXPECT TOPROVIDE of the CityPS I' 'IJ

ascertain from lodge trustees amount. \ ";.
.;
a of rent charged for rooms indicated. ,
V. R. Ellis tendered report of water HAPPINESS : : il\rl\.,

collections for third Quarter, amount- OOO Oo-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. to "
s ingto $1,467.07, which was approved. WITH AN EMPTY POCKET : !" .
.
There being no further business the
u :council adjourned to meet in regular 4> 4> 4> 4> 4> <> 4> 4> 4> 4> > 4> 4> 4> 4> 4> 4> .. .0.o ... ......... ( RAYSTONEIPtl :1
.
I session Tuesday, August/ 4th A. D. 4 I
a .' 1914, at 7:80 p. m. -- 4 WE SELL: <0< WE BUY: Begin tb save NOW- deposit a dollar or two in this : :t :
J. W. THOMPSON, HAY, 4 ))
ba"k each.week and watch
; <0< ' your account grow. I : aLL TIll plat
J R. GILBERT President. 0 4 HIDES,
Clerk. GRAIN' .. 4e New And second-hand automo- s
.> FURS blips for sale from $100 to
r APOPJCA,WILL.HAVE FERTILIZERS q,000, at. Gray.tone Garage 4
.!: ar Baasar.L
STATE BANK j jKISSIMM'EE
t :...:-/, ", ", NEW CITY HALL SHINGLES. 4. .. WOOL .. OF N. TlU..", rr.,. I.D. I'OtrEl, Ilp

:At* the bond election -held in Apop- . pryr
t fca; Saturday the proposition to erect I' ORANGE. BOXES AND. / 1

eb an '...eetric.. light plant was voted 4 .
down by a majority of nine votes,and ORANGE WRAPS, 4' ALL.. .' ........ b....4r....
'
unless .coin other method Is devised 4 Capital stack _______
t4 Mear an\ electric plant, oil. will '. .VEGETABLE ,CRATES Os 4> COUNTRY --------------------------- $100,000.00 LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY
I.
continue the favorite,I iDtnniqanf,The Si . '. Resource,.* mr.___________. __._____________ 400,000.00 '
1' 'vote.n tMsU'proposttion.was: '.,,37 for : CRATE NAILS *- : PRODUCE. AT IAWSPECIALIZING:
bond{ Issue'and,.28 .agains/a ,:, j't..' .. : )
'' .the uBy; s majority of 20.votes the proposition .. .. .. ... .... -.'... I ... ...... ...... ..... \i: Officen sad Directors. IN'r "

to' erect a .city',hall.at a cost r......... . ,_ 4t \ \ .
;, ,of'four thousand dollars,,,,.'carried, . s W.' saO.', laid ael"grd.s reed..f*anattosiUM ._....j.._..-.. ,...h, ,..:- '.j, f C A.. CARSON. Plat, J.. M. LEE Vk Prest.M. ABSTRACT

t. ;:tJr.vote"Adng" . ,4T for bonds ndl8 -b ;W. |frs> .pedaI to flttuur. oat .-U.C-'''' ca..u-_ . KATZ. 2iKi-yic. Pre -., AND
... oanteat.for'tha'elecMebavdtars: _ff.I.'-Free doUrctr city U..u.N..l2..' "c'f .r -. & .
1.;,;JIiIIt........ ...:.. ."*/ had ',,;..Wrsirreaatr. agnta for,good fertDbel1l.. ;"Aalr'sa"f11r'eieeahr'.. i ',rid? ' .I.IPt1ess '", : ROMA'THOMAS: : Cashier TITLE WORK .<
who ''' ,.. ,
-* were .. SIrUhze2'! .,. ar t4yAH ILno
many battJL., th+result. . . a .- .- ,'
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i TR1DAT' JULY 24, 1914 THE KISSIHHEE."V'ALLE.Y' ,GAZETTE ,:"" "F der ., "A'ai, feN Ii

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.. .' Bryan Advocates Votes for

I, I PrIc1dy Ash Pots .Iloot'u4 Fade ; i ; ,
,1
: "" Women; Will Support Bill 1 Prompt.. Powerful Permanent : "

e Its "--4cW'efa IIhbbam miss Geed raadte ,y 1
J PICK THIS PLUM --r, ,..w 7Wd" P. P. P. a.mei.s-e. -
115very wuMkiy ""' ....... r.s so.gr.se4s f
Washington.--Secretary Bryan in a I tains to their joint life and'Jts oppor ..s. brm ..
formal statement cam out for women . tunities. The burden of proof i T'.II
suffrage, H* declared he Wouldask I those who claim for one an advantageovev P.- ..P. P
r no political jrigHt-for himself, In .the ether In determining,condition i i
was not willing to grant his wife and I under which both shall live. Ob _, .
announced he would support the pro. Mates rich: red. pu... blood-deaa. tM ,, stIrsystem .
posed state constitutional amendment t; appear, -clears the-brain-strengthens dlgssUos aDd en-Mo.
., .
extending the,franchise to tobe advanced in of the '
women support propositionin
A poldO.pecida ipe BIooII ...... aucIa1d dleeaw.Y .
. : voted on.in Nebraska next Novem" myjudgment are convincing ,
, bar: "The .first objection I 'remember to Drives but Rb.a..tksi anti 5top. tile ....: ands MsI.i.: ,
I' 160 Acres of good land two miles from railway town and 12 miles : OPdnlax' ;; Mr. Bryan said had proved, have heard was that as woman cannot "It a 'WOG@rful.toDiO and body-builder.. Thousands ftdone. it.

:'., from iGssimmee, on the Midland Railway. Front over 600 feet on' a herself Imposed_ equal on her to every and would responsibility not fail in bear deciding arms she questions should not that have might a voice lead r Fe'ye Lfl PMAN. :O ''SAVANNAH., GA:

:' : pretty lake and very close to another large lake on opposite tide of the society in this emergency. Above all to war or In enacting law that might i
' other arguments for giving her the, require an army to enforce. This argument .
land. Five fenced and in cultivation .
. acres adjoining the lake alto small -
bairott he placed "the right of the Is seldom offered now, for as
! house and field at the house. mother to a voice in the molding.of the civilization advances laws are obeyed "
environments of her children. because they are an expression of the education .of women, but it no longer I I. truths,'make her the last at the croe*
Land nearly all high grade land with excellent drainage, round tim "The mother". the. secretary said, public opinion. As we look back over heard.- and the first at.the sepulchre,' so direct ;
"can Justly claim the right to employ the past we may well wonder whetherthe Objections Impotent her In the discharge of her polltin n
ber. Land free and clear, perfect title. Owned by a Georgia man who i i. every effective weapon for the protection peace movement would not have "These objections, however honestly cal duties as to add new glories to her ., ?'
r. not able to improve it 'and needs the money in his busineis. This can be of those whose interests she grown more rapidly had woman been advanced have proven impotent to retard and through her still farther bless so-
: guards, but the ballot will put within consulted before hostilities beaan.lIome woman's ciety." al
f bought at $13.50 per acre, half cash, balance in one to seven years to her right all the instrumentalities of Will Not Suffer. "Politics will progress.not suffer by woman's N

suit purchaser.Also government" including the police pow. "Second-Some urge that woman'slife entrance into it. If the political world VISITOR FROM GEORGIA.

I er. Must Work Together."As already in fuJl of care, and thate has grown more pure. in spite of evil I Mr. J. C. Woodward, representing 4
f.'A. 54 acres of land mile and half from railway station near the : man and woman are cotenantsof addition of mirage elth attention Influences it will that have operated to- debase the .Gorgia. Military academy of College ti
not be polluted by the
I overburden her or turn her Park Ga., was centjrisitor In d
above eight acre. in from five old of : the earth, the statement says, "and and
; grove one to year trees; some from home duties. The answer presence participation of woman. the The K
.. must work out their destiny together, away Neither city. Georgia Military academy $
them bearing; extra good orange land. Grove fenced and cross fenced; the presumption is on the side of made is that the exerctfce of the fran- can be trusted should we with count the that ballot women She is rated as tho leading'prep school of A''

.... two chicken houses, nice stable tenant house, four-room house, located, equality for treatment in all that; per.Center thought chise might and occupation result!! in that a change would re-ef has proven herself equal to every responsibility the the supervision kind in the of South the United and U State under ,

on a large beautiful lake. TTiii is a f fine place and worth more money - -1-1II lievethe monotony woman's work. imposed on her; she will War Department. The school had enrolled r
fail
Surely, the home will not suffer If the not society in this emergency. Let last year between forty and fifty P
than it be for. Price Time half if desired. her
can bought 6500. vote. And discernment
h on mother, 'the child's first teacher,' is may that boys from Florida and Mr. Wood- ,
II Union II able to intelligently discuss with her enabled which has throughout the ages ever ward states the delegation will be .
her to quickly _great_
r family the science of government and grasp larger this yearr ;
the art of successfully administering
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f'' I
f' 'Miss Edna Harvey returned from it. CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM
Orlando last Saturday where she has "Third-Many well-meaning men No. CEIVED. .;
been visiting her sister. and women affirm that suffrage would Six-Sixty-Six
Master Dwight Funk was kicked by j work a harm to woman by lesesningthe The Gazette acknowledges receipt
..... a mule last Saturday. Though his respect in which she is held. This : This is e prescription prepared especially of a 1914 program of the Mid West
: face. iSaimdly wollcn and quite pain- argument would have more weight' for MALARIA or CHILLS rCVCft.: Associated Chautauqua. semn{ by l
I had it not been employed against every Five or six doeee will break ...y ease and Theodore F. Martin of El Dorado 4
ful
we are glad to learn that he is not
seriously hurt. ( proposition advanced in favor of the If taken then as a Ionic the Fever will\ DOt Spring, Mo., where an eight days ehaa- s
enlargement of woman's sphere. This return. It acts oa ho liver better then tauqua begins August 9. Mr. Martinis r
NELSONREALTY CO. Mrs. Floyd Peele and little daughter \ objection once was raised to. higher Calomel gel does not ripe or sicken. 2Se a Gazette reader.
:i are a few visiting days. friends and relativesfor I h.e.

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Mr. and Mrs. of Kissimmee . . . .
Barclay . . . . . . - . . - - - - .
. called on C. H. Funk and famimly last '

REAR STATE BANK :: KISSIMMEE FLA.F Saturday afternoon.
,t 10 Master Caamp Haye is visiting his

: brother, Arthur and wife, at Narcoo- t'' ''ys

.. see. IPROGRESSIV'E.Business
11111111111111111111111111111 u 1111111111111111111Low Everyone had a good time at the .
Mother Goose Social on Tuesday!
night, July 14th. The program was a
most pleasing result of the hard work
and careful preparation by the social
committee A little over $5.00 was
cleared and was placed in'tho Christian .
Excursion Rates Endeavor treasury. The Union Cen- People .
ter Society is noted all over the .
state of Florida for the splendid workit "
is doing, having contributed large
From Kissimmee ly for missionary purposes. It has also s>
had an active part in the building of
the new U. B. church. The society

I 1 New York. N. Y______$ 41.25 Cincinnati. Ohio ______ 39.25 has thirty-nine attendance members of twentyeight.Aaron and an .average You Should. Know

Buffalo, N. Y________ 53.65 Louisville. Ky. ________ 37.75 Story visited Kissimmee Sat- *

Philadelphia. Pa. _____ 41.25 St Louis. Mo____-___ 44.00 urday and Sunday with Lester Alford.
Mrs. Funk is expecting her sister ,
Chicago 111. _________ 50.15 Denver, Col.! _____-___ 64.85 and husband from Ohio this week. ,
;
"' Detroit. Mich. ________ 49.15 San Francisco CaL___ 95.75 They will visit here! for several weeks. IN'J

Portland Ore. _____u. 11ZS5 CHAIRS WITH POCKETS.No '"

Sold Daily Jjmit October 31st-- top-overs porch is completely equipped '
without at least one chair that is fur-
nished with a pocket for books and
magazines and nedlework. These
chairs are no longer a novelty. And KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUESS
ATLANTIC. COAST LINE. like everything that has passed the
-Offers- stage of novelty they can oe had fora k
reasonable price; One of subftan- '
BEST ROUTES AND SCHEDULES tial make with a tack that measures .

,io For information and reservation call on any A. C. L. ticket agent or twenty inches above the seat-and \' +.'. '
that is high enough to support anT- '
J. G. KIRKLAND. Division Passenger. Agent. ,1' body's shoulder bla.dea-eosta $7, witha A RIEDEL.Notary Public Taxes Paid O. K. BAKERY "
Tampa. Fla. tasteful cretonne cushion and a FIRE! :
E. A.Nlemeyer, '
coat of brown or green stain included. [. Your Home Insured? If Not '
-- Carpenter and Repair Shop
- Not. Call r
Why on Red Band Brand Candy
'
GINGER UNDER BAN. i A. E. DROUGHT. I
15c Ib.
Inside Furnishings, Screening per
beh classed as'!' and Cabinet Work Insurance Agency ?
Jamaica ginger has ,
Room State Bank
7 Bldg. Guaranteed Pure 1 'vi
an intoxicant by the supreme court of Our Specialty.J. Phone 292. ifl
Kansas, Its sale is therefore prohibited '' \
under the state prohibition law
The 1 W. PRENTIS WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY '
W. B. MAKINSON CO.' ,

A MAKES RHEUMATISM E Pianos, Organ, Talking Machines, Co.Everything. 1
AmericanAdding Sewing Machines. Hardware, Gallery I Boat

to Eeat. ... .
Broedwsy. ;> Supplies .andMachinery. t
PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR iI;i :'.

i i W. G. HANK INS NELSON REALTY CO.
WiiiLI Find 1 -") I O. F. BASS.
Chronic Crippled-up Sufferers
9 Darlington Ave.
Machines and
Relief After Few Dose of I[ Adding Contractor la

MachineThe All New Remedy Are ( Typewriters Property Sold oa Plain and Decorative (' 4

Taken. i I For Sale.I Commission. Painting and PaperhaagingS15 t
1 Sproule Ave. Phone 17..
.
Latest Adder fps' It la needles to suffer any longer : .
W with rheumatism, and be all crippled : DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
up, and bent out of shape with its I D. G. M'KAY REAL ESATE DIXIE THEATER '

Costs But $35Seeourexhibitask heart-wrenching pains, when you can Shoes, AGENCY
surelyfevoid it.Rheumatism. I Dry Goods Clothing, Cool. Clean, Comfortable

comes from weak, inactive -.
kidneys, that fail to niter from Furnishings. Gravstone Block High Class Entertainment

\ for 10 days' trial the blood, the poisonous waste mat- Anywhere Commission ,
ter and uric acid; and it is useless tq, 5e and lOc Store on Third Floor.Sell on Only.
at Cote & Vide
>
rub on liniments or take ordinary
remedies to relieve the pain. This
Now make. this otter thatoffices
Her. Is a new price on a com we. so only prolongs the misery and can't COLE ft TJNLEY E. E. MAGEE
petent Adder.. On a machine. that -everywhere may learn possibly cure you. J. D. CLARK -. ?
Is rapid full ds.' and Infallible.what this machine mean. to The only -way to cure rheumatismis Carpenter and Builder
., built them. Real Estate Broker For Figures ?
; The very latest machine to remove the cause. The new dis- Jen *
by men who know. In .ne of the Croxone, does this because it W.rk and General Repairing ''
.. largest mstal-working.hop.. Ten Days Test neutralizes and dissolves all the poisonous I Broadway. Saw Filing a Specialty
It Is an Individual Adder. to be substances and uric acid that) want to keep down the i ii 15 Darlington Av*.
placed. on on.'. desk close to We will gladly place In any of.one' lodge in the joints and muscles, to | YOU ; expense of your car.
.;:; . book. and paper. To take nee one. American Adder for a. scratch and irritate and cause rheumatism We ran helproe
-'. the place of the central. machine. . ten day.. test and cleans out and strengthens R. C. STANFORD, CO. Bewt 1''R. ELLIS I
requiringskilled operator. There will be no obU.atlolIt the inactive
.' ,. also Intended for offices and charges will be prepaid so they can stopped-up filter alf, the poisons kidneys from, Dry Goods, Clethlag and Sheen, \ I Bay yoar gasoline from oa. Electrical Contractor )
t and stores where costly machines Compare it with any aon-llster the blood and drive, it on and out of We'll save you many a dollar +. ,
1\\ are a. luxury.The -even the costliest. Let anyone the system. Furnishings and fare fall come Water and Light Collector __J
.. \ -. use ItSee If any machine can Croxone is the most wonderful We Nil gasoline, oil and (reestrwert y
4 price Is*due to utter simplicity serve. better than this. medicine ever made for curing chronic Notion* obtainable anywbe Phene 220 8 DarUngten Av*
figure
and to our enormous out.1u.t sent this coupon and we'lli
rheumatism, kidney troubles, and
i' do all the work. send the machine
put. Seven keys
, bladder disorders. You will And it "
i Each copied number different from, all other remedies DUTTON-HARRIS CO. ERNEST L. GREEN
... Is shown up for check- There is nothing else on'tttthyfllfFft:
,, Pleas. send us an American Adding
; the addition
lag before I
ft I. made. .. Machln: for ten day. free triaL. It matters not how old you are, or Shoe. Sign Writer and Docwa'tfy. ,o
Tb. maobins will y... how long you have Buffered it is practically Our customers tz Painter
subtract and multiply. to take it into the ;
j!'. With very slight praorfw- ____________________________ human impossible without results You > >
Use anyone can compute system gasoline'
a. hundred figures acMnute. street Add-- will find relief from the first.few doses, 1M Broadway. from,us. PhenelM.figure . 1
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Aad macnlne and you will be surprised how quickly i .
t never makes Dlia.i City .. ., all your misery and suffering will end. is oTb +
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.: Counllsla offices,large An original package ofdrag CroXOD41coats P.; H. LAWSON It ft'SECOND
HAND< STORK; ;
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and small are getting .tsrt* ___. ____-_____ bat a trifle at first-class .. : ,
from these raachinee tna t any g 1 J..J:. Me11- ik.' Prwn. ... Ierly .;. dti
I, highest class of service.mmmmtm ; store. All druggist are authorized ....J t "" '1, r of; >at ..1.WII7.- ,.'
to sell It Cask
"j .tm*.* sad OW./es4 It7'Aa e'i.sa Cm. N.7 CLlwfw back guarantee. on.Three a positive doses money-a day Store . I 1\71..1 ,.d'A' 1 ao'- r.Fail' !4t: I r < swJ 0W Mp' _ '_, '; .

Sold by COLE and UNLEY..1i4 for ,a: few days .Is often all that is .. t' ,' .0 ; ..':.":. rnrt'Av. *, Near*T.' *4isW". ' ,
... ever needed to cur the.worst backache ... .,. PABISTI''Sbn' :
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PAGES. THE KtSSIMMEE VALLEY .GAZETTE. FRIDAY ,. JULY 24 lf4nrE. '


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' .c. L. HTATT itoes Your Stomach .NOTICE.. of NOTICE

.,.'1 Physician and. Proceedings the. ;. vi

Surg-eon .' Notice Is'hereby that '
Phones You ? given on Sat* 'NOTICE la HKREBY GIVEN, That the ))3eard of County Commissioners at ,I

v /1-0_ /Trouble urday, :.August the 10th. A. D. 1914<<, County Commissioners their last. regular meeting July *Of floe, 197 Kissimmeefiles. Tax Books for Equalisation, and tbe followingchanges were mae In said as- o

:448 i Florida j WemterftihStoiMch RemedIs the undersigned will apply to the governor < ....ment to..wlt .Assessed, .Raised' .: 1

SsKCttsfHst* Taken In Cases -of Florida for letters patent T. -.t .J
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Klsslmmee. Fla., July 6th. 1.14.Th S..o 1. .
f' 1 . '., f StMiack, Lhrer and latestiMl upofi, the proposed"( charter, ,of Twhichthe . Board of County Commissioner, L Par..n. C..tte CO. All of.-,..____ __ ST. $8.00.00' $1.100.00 1 1Kt.I'
ss s. soIS $
: of N.14 -* .100.00 '0 .0. ; :
W. N ot.NwK -
X' JPlt.r.. 8I\r\, ? AJtmeots following Js.* true copy, the original of Osceola County met on the above 8i 1

of said charted being now on file, R.d..tt.t.V. there LanlefTA being', F.present Baas. O., B R.L Bass*. Lesler.and Jake Hill. Lot SS ?.__ ,*....__ .? _______ !1 U' 1 4 00.00 (00.00'' !
And OrisiDo Ha Often Jas. C Lots and IS of 8* of Swfc .SOQOOSOO l.C0.0 ....
1fo' DENTIST. ** DlepellM 1 I I
; .. Tear* fi K uttering !ln the secretary of state's office: W, F. Walker Commissioner; and W. '.J.Overstreet J.. J. B. TI.on Lot 1_.____............_._....... j; .00 SSO 00 ,
'd 'Upe In Kelt Sears, attorney- for the board Story Lots SS and __.________ 1...... I 1 1.100.00 S.0 0.00I.OSOOO
:\, a1r1 BuildingTelephone C A. CARSON, 1..' clerk. . s a A Knew E.t..t"r Lot I__ _..____ _.__.__ SS 1.100.00

it,:, orne,.; a uasl l' II ... 'ID. o 12 ID. S.: L. Lupler, The tn'lnute* of the last regular meet F. Wooaham. Lots S and S -------,--f.. ..---- {0J. I 1 (0000 (0000gio.oe

,. "r 1:30 toe 6:30m.. W. C. BASS.z. Ins of the, board< were read and approved. L Snyder. Lot 4 ______ ________ SOS I 1 80000 .
': No. 7tt Jim hr L. Whltted. Lots S, '. and SH of LT>t 1________ SOP I 80000 1.4'0.0'
I< ./ -. Wond E. L. LESLEY.J. '. A. letter from W R O'Neal of Orlando. W. Hill. Lots 10 11 and 17 _._____.____ SO si- i.ioo.oo .
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?rfulitomadi D. WOODBECK, Fla., was read In open board W. E Cadman. Lots IS and 14 ____________ SO SSSS' 1 1.10.00 s. ooosoo
CARSON G. H. PRATHER and same ordered tiled with the proceeding W. J. Carr Lots IS, SS and SS __._____________ SOKred 1 .oo
DR. W. W. of the *ald board Lots S and T .______ ____* 1 SS I 1.000.00.
W. B. MAKINSON R..ber.on 1.10.00S
Remedy Mn H. B. waby came befre the board J. of 4, and all Lot 6. less N \,

.Hr DENTIS1 3. if. BULLOCK(;: and made a repoct of the ex-hlbit of 8 Triplett.Tlot Lt_i___ _u________ 1 2 1 1.000.00 1.SSO.00S I

H. R. MAY Osceola County at the'Mld-Wlnter Fair Mrs. Hr T Butler, Lots 18. 18 and SO __________ I 1100.00 .COO.00M
D. 'G. WAGNER. at Orlando. Fla. H Fleming. Lots 1 and 8, lass beginning? most :
! Offioe over.Cole's JewelryiStoreOffice Mr Wm Beecher. of 8t Cloud came easterly corner of lot 8. run a 48 decrees

, Roan 8r-12 1-5 that W. J. SEARS. before the board and aiked them to w 49 ft. n 47 degrees w 71 ft., n. 48
: '* H : R. T. BUTLER make aome Improvement on the public decrees. e. 4. ft., s. 47 decrees. e. 7S ft.
Office phone 158Residence'4 J. W. PRE NTIS. road between. 8t Cloud and Asheton.: Block 10. 8 F*. R R, Co. survey_ _n n__ S.OOOOO SS50SS

.. ,. 23 rLonjg face! whereupon. the board agreed to arrant J P Krlti. Bft"lnnl" most southerly corner
LEWIS O'BRY AN. the request Lot 6. S F B Co. survey
S.1G..lldmlnleLend. for extraction of teeth Mr W K: Warner of 8t Cloud appeared run n. 47 degrees w. 71 R n. 49 degrees .
f.
. before the board and asked them
'JI 71 48 degreesw .
IS ft. s. 47 degrees s
I I . PROPOSED CHARTKRft to pay the City of 8t Cloud their pro ______ __ S.SSO.
: ..,. W.4 *f..l _...b _ad, e.n IS ft to beginning __ -- '- 1000.00 00
S. GEIGER 1913.whereupon
H. rata of the road tax for the year .
M b_ Lots 1. I and 3 of Donegan Miller
DR. r..ny teQlled ft wonderful remedy and the. J F Berry.
the clerk instructedto
: nrrmciApr AWU' ivnanom benefit* that it Bivea m many of the moat KI48IMMBB ATHI.BTIO ASSOCIATION was A Stan fords' R.-.ubdlvl.lon of part ot Block
draw a warrant for the amount due _,_ ____ 1.600.00 S.000.00
: Citizens Bank Building chronic caaea of Stomach Trouble haa apreadita 11 of S F R R Co survey uu
The undersigned do hereby associate a* per statement filed with the board Block .
fame from one end of th. to the Kats most northerly corner
. ..' Klsslmmee FloiUa country. hemselves tosjether for the of by C. I* Randy, tax collector. and also b"llnnlr" 47degrees
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other. No matter where you li.e-ynu will purpose 19 R Co survs> run s
,. find people who have Buffered with *l m...... becoming Incorporated under. tha laws to the. City of KlsslmmeeCol <. 92 s. 48 degrees. w SO ft., n..
I Phones: Office 207 or 64 Uvw MJ la>.4uifa| AilanfaU* etc.. and have >f Florida, as : corporation for profit 8 D Dkk..r: caltb..f..re the. degrees r. ft. n. 48 degrees e. 60 ft 3.000.00 4.000.00
266. 14-lyi .>een. restored l to health and are loud in tSfirraiae 0 b known th KISSIMMEE! ATH.ETIC oard with a bond for the appointmentof J. ,\\4 Thompson. Lot 4. Block Y of\W\ A Iat.11'k' -
Residence, > of thia remedy> There it not a day .. ASSOCIATION subtpct to the I a constable for the town bf 8t Cloud.htrh . s add to Klsslmmee -_ __._ __ 1.000.00 1.Z60.00
rut what one tieara of the wonderful rr.ulti aw* of Florida and the followingpro- .U approved t>y the board C A Carson. all except: n. 86 ft of Block Z ofM *
obtained from tht* remedy and the brnrfit -osrd charter vl.. : Mr A P Spencer came before the "\ 1'atrliks Add to KI..lmm.... __._ u 2.260.00 2.150.00N I
board and aaked for appropriation
M. RIVERS, M. D. are entirely natural at it art* on the anurtr t It..rlIII.hK1B'. :: r''M<;fET corpora- 'rom> the county to assist an In p.'lng a C Brian north 86 ft. of of W. A
rp and foundation nf thrt* atlmcnti.! rrmotinf Patrick s Add to KtaslmmeeM _ uuu ,' 1.000.00 1.15.00
'arm demonstration agent for Osceola
the noiaonou cttarrh and lulr accrrtiona. take. ASSOCIATION .ltnbdeII': principal place I .1 I.t.... Blocks and 18 of W A Patrick s
'PHYSICIAN and after consider! the mater I .
and SURGEON of business ;. Klaslmmee Os- ounty. n-ir .1
inn out the inCUmation from the intestinal add t _A_u.n ____ 4.000.00i 4.150.00
the board donated 1325.00. to be used KI..lm...
c..ola county Florida, but the board. of
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tract and a iat in rendering the aame anti I8 Lot 8 Block Y of W A. Pat- .
Office over Osceola Ebarm&cyPHONES' : 1 motors may establish branch officest for said purpose (.rr.I. 1 '
Sufferers ooo
oo
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aeptic' are urfnl: t > try one do-e Messrs A H Nelson and C A Car- ',, to Klsslmmee unnu. 1.20.00
: other places from time to time
which alone should relirvr vour Buffering and as PERSONAL.
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Residence before the board
I appeared as
representallves
convince you that MrVa Wonderfal. Ht..m..rriHontMly nay be desiredArticle ion Cattle assessed Raised to Value Raised 4rI'
: from the Board of Trail* > t
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r Ot'llce .| ahoutd rrrjtore rnii ii g od hrnlt'h 2 The Areneralttiatur of theuslness of ClffBlmmpp. and requested. them to ii Purr. itu',' _..___ _.______ 750 MOO $8.760 00 $4.00*. .* ,
Put It to be transacted hv said corioratlon j __ I OOO 4.250.00 _.
to a teal today thr rcmlti willl rrevelation lake ad\antage of the 1 roll! apeclal tax \\ o".ln __hUU_ 850 6.000.00
.....aH.to athleticnterprlaes I
to you and you will rcjoi" f tv-r promote for the L. I \\-h'dl' >-nTl _ un.u__. 76" 800.3.760.00 4.000.00
L.-WINN quirk /-coT-ry an.f ortrp o..ai'. i ".>*. tti- ..nd.nt.. of all kinds; tomrrhasp board publlctt)!!-purpoees to...-consider; whereupon the. mailer A. .0.lw.n. ___.nU_____ BOO tOO 2.500 00 3.000.00 J 1
W --- --- four f living *?rnH to r I I.., tf1ri "n St'tmirhAilmenta equipment therefor to t>uVrqulre airrr1' the i t. 1500 760000 10.00000
the made the .uun
n hen mtllafie for I" ,1"1.
) up
to (iro H. Msrr Mfjj. Phrmtf. 1"II I and, hold real. estate for alhetlc John T _ - - - -- -- noo xoo 3.ooo.no 4.000.00
PHYSICIAN Whiting: St rhicas' ) >* better atill, obuui a purposes. or anl l. frltlniatt I amuse ) ear:Mr II -a| %. Stanford and others app I H <> 1.HII -..-._ n _ MOO 1 000 4.000.00 5.000.00 J
t oM4 dru rlat. "n lit enterprises to build acquire and Ia rtl 201)) 600 1.000 02.500.00 .
irooa your 3fort; tt .
ttrcd h the board tn the Int..r.1"r J J u .u.u .
, ) Office 2nd Floor Wlllson Building: hall laliitaln parks baseball. and .athletic football noils and basket for the'rnmotion tfj>od roads and insisted. that the I Mrs M ...\> 1'I'"t, ,. .' n._ _ H.I' 1000 2.2600/ t.000.00
For Sale In Kiaaimme .
30 60 .
I II KissiMMca ByJ I Hoard of Count ('Commission ofOsnola .V J imm HIM __ .uu.u StO 00
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a-n. PHONI of all manl to build ,
\ > sports '
.__ 125 260 626.00 .
__ 1.260 00S
07r. ..LoLl... Countmake the Board i>f R L. ."r\ .n
Orncs" ProNB Z. ROIiCRSON r Hiulrt K\ninaslum8: runnlnir' tracks .
:< TiO 176(10 140.DO_ .
all Commissioners of OranwejaiOount; \' a \ T, < r .. nH .
n.I paraphonalla for fleld athletics'i 0.
And : ____ ____ 8 76 < '
Drug flats Kvrywhre. > athletes to tnui prop MMtlon tt> mftt them "Ih. countvlln \V P':1: 600/ 37.00
t.' i iiipln> participate
.h tents and to enter Into contractsor <' with a br'k road whereupon the ; JoiJin In.", -. _- _- .___ __ Ml 70 _
. a. THS AONCW w. .. ca "'roaiT board nicreed t > do 9 on todiiitum thtttth K H T" I Ifi'l 260 76000 100000BO
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< mplo\ni4nt with I same as deomortl I Iil .. : 1 I lltsi :: :::: : :: 10O. 260 00 COO:00
f 1TATIOK. iKnbl 1 amusements of > i > t a !> < at! le\ \ fir thatpurpoo. I > 1 .V U rI
AGNEW Si CRAWFORD :il\ i promote I .. Isoains Kill 200 760.60 1.000 00tr.
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klndu for tho lfar. tif the Uo
VANS w < omitinlt :::: :: : :: : 50 :
I. th*? < Irrult 4 ..ur.. Mevralk Judicial [ \' to 1 I.,as*, or purchast. prourtth \ TIH d'r'l was 'irntruite to notlfth \ II.im.i I tt : 17SOO 26000
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( St' .anJ of < >' Th' I 1M 10 26 60 00 126.00
In mmd for
ATTCRNEYS! AT-LAW Irrult. Ostceola ouaty. th.* pr mot1in or tht ..rlnu. purs H.pr"R"I"I" >. Ia
f-lorldM. \. .'s of tht. itsHot'iatloti and t4> s...11Itn Ot'olrt "''>11I.. nir-et lh. th..Arvt at 2 3to I. :in 1 ill _ u __ _. u 1611 200 76(100 1000002r
In jf \\ .S mitt-r ,.r AtJ: epttlitlThe B Turnhl .. >0 300 1.500.00
r" isiat.' ( Thoma.. n"c'a1. alien. Rdtn< If ,I..m..d .adIsable. un Offices: .4fiJ LUIieni llsuk llullilliigKissimmee Citation In Show ( auat'o 10 ha\t' h<.ild. arquir.. and -vnjoall 1.\ ) p" i ,n, 'h" han \ (' i" "miplatnts to tiiak. w htlu /) ". should
Florida .' Kat1" Thorn CHHU.>I I) Thomas, ..1h..r prop, r POM *'rs and things' shalloitsintint I. >ar.l t.". a r. .." ui t'l' 1 1 3' '->t b. I ii. must 11.{ ,am' with tin' rl>'rk. J. L. nV'.rBI..t. 6r prt. sent them In
''l\'a'7.':n 1 l > 1'Il.>.nias Imnl! I I> :Thorn' I... (. tiic..MKaror <'xp..dlo'nt The boanl alaln "I J.>t t J.1 "\ if I"R..i ,it th.' in'xt rt Kular m..lng of the County ...! of Osceola
as. 4im' >ia J 'inoinas. Mar> y\ i nnniifa rnr th. tnndutt .and operation of '1..r. Ivelng 'r..nt < 'unt iiii: .. Ii 'UK, on :(id ilaiw .r August A. I P. 1814 at which time, the Board
Albtrt M 1'nonius. .ln i1,. |pulp..r| h.II1[ complaints as to the laised assessmentsJ .
CT D. GEIGER. ami Er -> Monroe Thomas all oflJuu ..Btotl with nntl haall the ",'Ih"l/lioarit. anil aiiktil f.r r.I I,. : ,' rt."ui L. OVKRSTRKET
:
iialll: I<> hluilila mill: all ollxrj .ranttMl or which may hereafter. he road matter' same :;In.* Clerk Circuit Court
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>ersons Interested as hi'lrs. devlsot s, ranted to corporations' lion N C Brian rdDJ' -------
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW nt Creditors I In the estate otV.. 3 :i .r tht I laws of the state rrFforrun Kan appeared befort' . '
homas. deceased. greeting: Article" 3. The period of existence of after. hatliie aure! ...1 ti .ts ist in th.pafisaare Miss J.,.' H.'rt! t B.III. 5.6 m >nthsSlUrv I board In the Interest of Jno Loftn. andnskrd
Office State Bank Building You' and each i>f > ou are herebycommanded his corporation shall be ninety.nine of a special r >ji 1 tax bill of 4mlllH 13 ,illihiratrtr ._ 6250Th" thr-m to settle with MrLofton .
and strlctU increast. .. Londtt 'n 'hit >r.nfPount -- '. for certain road work
that
enjoined on but
h for
Florida \ ears. unless sooner dissolved accord >"" r > >,. hupt d..n.
Kissimmee. laylnif all nthvr huslm-ss aside and not- in.. to law.Arll..4 >' will come to the > :.111 line' .>fOranKe R-Fat I ""'MI\ _ _ u _ H 1"> I tho matter was passed to the next. regular
wllhstAndlnic any excuse. you each p,'rsonally The amount of capital stock and 0..011 i ) '.. with \\-,Ul'-r> \ 1t"r wltntss ft-e 10"> tmetlng nf the board
be and appear before the judK f this corporation shall I be five thou- brick road the boarjf.-1 tbrl. k R.-nmit"n, T\utwrltir Co rt- Mr L 11 Ingram came before the .,

F. PARKER. of our clr..ull'collrl. on th<* 7th da>' of and ((15000) dollars to be divided! Into the road from KllIslm".. t" fti. untv , hlne _ 450 I board and stated that the expense of
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QED. September. A 1>. 1914 at the courthouse flv.. hundred CiOO shares of the par line to m.,1 ( t >untv rod .. .Il" Co n mult'f rapturing. and convicting whiskeyrases
Oro I
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I .. In the county of Osceola and ,alue of ten $10) dollars each. Any Mr J. \Shidden *r..i b-f ,. the was so great that t h county commissioners
Attorney-at-Law. state of Florida, and answ.er. "'to a certain lock subscribed for shall be sold by board and asked for.IP.r.du"t: in 3n Ia: ....,i _ _u _219.06 should ... him In the
petition made and filed. by Joseph the directors from time to time as the land In Osceola Count>' th" b'n W'at"rs & Car on Oro C. BTO- matter bv paying him a small sum fore.r
Collections and Conveyancing P Brown admtnlstator ex-offlclo of ...ime may be needed The capital. stock agreed to consider the matter .t.r ; .,.- -l., *" to road gang uu_ _ 26005Tl. >' case convicted In the c"loty.
the estate of W 8 Thomas, deceased m..y. be nald for In property labor ort . Mr. Willie Williams. _appear-,1_ ; n Maklnson. supplies to road u the board agred to pay *
Specialties. wherein he has applied for a.n order service. a just valuation -to be flxedbj : the board ana asHea tnem tu p*> r -,. *.r _ .uuuu _ _ 3455 sum tI' for each case, and the
112 H Broadway. to take possession of and sell certain \ the Incorporators or by the directors the cost of KradlnR road from K ..inKer John Stor>' meat to road gang 7.1 clerk instructed to draw a warrant
i real estate. belonging to the said estate at a meetlngr. called for that purposeArticle to the river the right of waY D'H \r,'hi-, Lamb, meat to road Ianlr. for $70 00 In payment of seven
for the payment of debts, said land be.* 6. The business affairs of this having been. secured the board .., I MALumber. Co. lumber _ _ 16* 16IE rases convicted during the month of
F. KRIBB3 Inff known and described as follows. cotporatlon shall be conducted. by aboard to pay same but agreed that AS soon 1 Brown dreaslng lumber _ n S 4 June
G to-wlt. of directors of not less. than flve as rlfrht pf way was secured to pay the East -oast Lumber Supply Oo The board Instructed. the clerk. to.no
The southeast quarter of the northeast Article 6. The annual meetlnn. of the bill. The .rk was then Instructed- lumber and hardware nun 2867 tify the. adxertlslng committee of the*
ATTORNEY' AT LAW KISSIMIIEK, FLA. quarter of section seventeen. township stockholders shall be held at the principal write to the Board of Commissioners of Randolph Young- supplies road Board of Trade of Klsslmmee. that thef
tblrty-one south range thirty- office of this corporation on the DeSoto. County to send a representative. 37 count)" s Interest In the (2(000 a..rd-
Examination of Title a Specialy. four east of the Tallahassee meridian first Monday of January of each- and from said county to confer with Commissioner Rnaot"'s- i: mule feed : :-: 26 91 ed Osceola County as a prise at th* (
and to do further and receive what our every year which meetingthere W F Walker. In the. m..ter. I guard It 25 Orange County Fair, and any balances.
,Notification and payment ot taxes of said court shall have considered in that shall be ctJ by and from the stockholders aid W F Walker to have the Arthur Warren. Sal. r"HI..cult : : :: 86 no- on hand from exhibits at said
non-residents riven carefuJattention. behalf; and this you are not to omit a board of director for the en- way surveyed and send plat of same to llbhert laguard _ a6 S would be turned over to them P..lr.
under' a penalty certain as provided by sulnft year The board of director *o thie cleric Sam Rodgers. g.rd -_ un IS. used In advertising Osceola County*
law elected shall meet I Immediately after Mr' A- Van der Meersch appeared before C B Simpson. Sal ( __ u__ JS OOO The bill of W O H.kln. for a doumental
Witness the Honorable James W. the adjournment of such maotlnff of the board and asked them to Improve W. Ashton roll _- l 87 file cabinet .. up -
Perkins.: ud"r; of the Seventh Judicialcircuit the stock holders. and shall organise by road east of the cemeter same New Eden Plantation Co:: syrut! same ordered. paid .
,.Pat Josnston G. P. Garret this S7th day of electing from their own number a president belnir irrantedTreasurer road gang _. __ ____ 10 OO ; Th* mater of a county
' OmtSTOtf A GARRETT June. A. D 114 vice-president: secretary and 8 L. Lupfer. appeared before \ :' drugs 6 60 enumerator was ajpolnUnl and as BOon
(Seal) I Ii. OVERSTRBET. treasurer but the same may the board and stated that the "er'f.SJ Co. shoes to had made apllcatlon for the job th*
W .. Attorneys at Law 28.41 Clerk. of the Circuit Court hold the office of secretary person and treasurer road fund was short and Insisted that convicts __0__ ______ ________ IS.T5C I board agred with W I. Barber tax
_
_ some arrangements. be made for the \V. Qrlffln meat to convicts. 13.88Klsslmmee enumeration that they. would pay him
Offices 10, 11 A 12 ADMINISTRATION. Article 7. The said corporation shall payment of warrants ..n. said fund; Wagon Works. wagon assessor that I he would make th*
adopt an appropriate seal and shall whereupon the board Instructed the repairing . __ __ 19 90 $100.00 .extra the work to which h*
Citizens Bank Bidg-, !. ronrt of the Csmly .....e. State *fKlorlda adopt by-laws (or the' g-overnment of clerk to borrow ".000.00. C L. Bandy coma, __ _____n___ 1175Osceola agreed. and the board Instructed him
,JDa lmmeei Florida. Oseevlsi to..ty. Its affairs not inconsistent with It* Mr Lupfer also came before the Hdw. Co.. supplies to to-proceed with the work. '
:11 Estate of Enoi L. Cole. By the .Judge article* of Incorporation' and the law* board as a representative from the Poor Farm _________,________ S).65Osceola The board recommended C. F. Tlson
of said Court: of the. nate of Florida, which by-law* churches. and fraternal orders, and Hdw. Co. supplies. to aa cattle Inspector for District No.
,. Whereas. H.. EL Col ha* applied tothl may be amended. or repealed a* may be asked If they would assist In carlnn road gang lUg and D. H Lanler for District No. S. 1
.-.. .,. suanivatcomra.. *."rtcron WASLOW court for lelters'of administration provided In, said by-laws. for such subject* a* were not able to I. H. Ingrma, feed of prisoners. W. L B..b..r. t..1 assessor of Osceola
..- I.u.. the estate of Bnos LE of Indebtedness their .way at a hospital. Dr. T. K. D Calkins, dinner for Jurprs.- SO'J County:
Cole
on deceased. Article S. The highest amount pay J roll to th*
...... Crt..I.... c.u11M.ASSEY.4YiARLOW :: : : ::
a. :
i late of said county of Osceola. ; or liability to which thl Klvers' Sanitarium\ belns; mentioned W. Thompson, pauper coffin 00W board for tta'r. Pat John
1 These are therefore to cite and ..d- corporation shall at any time be sub.jected the proper place for such *ubJects, the B Harris. legal printing ____ ".'10 ston appeared : board and
and singular the kindred Is the sum of five thousand board deferred action In.-the matter.Mr T. M Murphy, cost In F. Tatman asked tor a d : valuation
:'nodnl"dW..r of said deceased to be (16.000) dollar. R. H Ludlam, county .engineer case nT______ ____ ___n____ S.55 of Lot I. Block T ofT. A Patrick's
ATTORNEYS ANr/CouNSELLoa] and' appear before this court on or before Article S. Until the first election of presented a map .h..wln" the reecnt. Freedman Stokes. ten days work Add and also all of Block AA of said
AT LAW the 6th day of August, A D 1914 officers the business of this corporation survey of the road Ktsstmmre at Poor Farm _ _nn_ _--_ 16.00C additon.
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J A and file objections. If any they have shall be conducted by the following; and Reedy Creek same being. flted Inopen M Hand. cost In arrest murderer ho.rd then took up the written
PraeUo tn all thetCoarta. of the Rtate and attb to the granting of letters of administration named persons W J Sears president board. ___ nnnuunu_ 18 2& r"'u..lla for reductions on certain. landa
i. United States, aIM factors the Florida Railres on said estate otherwise thesame !>, O Wagnerlcepresldent; and J. WI'rentls : W J. Sears. Superintendent of PublicInstruction Lou Seaman 1 day on pump 2 00W .. .. County (Assessment
>d Oosnmisstasi. and ths lateratata C mm resS will be granted to said H K Cole. secretary and treasurer. and plesented reports from the O Hanklns. e< of F Tatman 1 00 changes. published In snother column)

or to some other At person or .pt.rHonsWitness tho board of directors shall. be cornpored various Hpnc4al School Districts sameItelnK 8 L Lupfer Treas Z ISWm The Board of 1'ubllc Instruction hav
U-U Ca.+.a&.aTOII BLDG. OIlLANDO. FLA. my name as county jutlife of of Arthur Donesran C A Par filed with proceedings the : Mllar. hC.I'.IOC1, Br> ant ing fllsd Its Itemized estimate of th*
114 I ,.r the county aforesaid this. the 3d da}' ofJuly son. 8. I.. Ijiipfer. \\- C Haas K I, Lealey board and family - 1200B funds for school purposes for
A. >: 1914. J. U. Wondbitk T M MURPHY H MaklllHin. K H OullocK. H ]' May, report of the county was Ind lumber 21 52 re ANDRE\, JOHNSON (Seal ) Count ). Judictoiti n tl V\nKM r' \\ J Seara J W. I'reritls taken the printing of nameawarded R H Bass haullnff sawdust __ 2 T.I i iM > 7 mills for school purposes. and 3 mills
2p.4t U T Duller and Lewls o'nryanThe Pioathe Osceola Journal J. Hicks. ex F Tatman case_ 00W In Districts No. 1 I. 2. 4. 6 and 6 and 2
.ATTORNEY AND COUN8ELLOR AT LIW said officers shall adopt temporary A .. Mr A B Drought In L Wlnn. ex F. Tatman case_ 2 on mil. In District No 3. In addition to
>Kii ton PI HI.It'ATIO"". bv-laws until the. first annual. meeting which he asked the board to asalst In ( W Ashton nav roll. BassenKer mills.
Will Praelice In all Couru'State of tht* stockholdersArtltle the support of Miss Ada Lewis was u.u- _puhnn. 211.3RL Thi 1 localization pf the tax roll being
and Fedeial'Oftleq !. ( I...... I'..ur'. State of KlQrIda. Heveats 10 The names and n.sldences read and the clerk. was instructed to Ft I-'ar".r. ex 2 prisoners toOtala 'omplete the matter of a levy for the
__ 17 23Klaslmmxe
Jvdlrlsl <'Irrult. Ool < ousitr. of tht' subscribers to these articles of druw a warrant for $500 In her favor and Krt nUU Mur 1914. was taken up and after
adjolnlac Broadway !. <-hssirerj.John incorporation. together. with the nllm.h..r Mr. H B Swaby came bef&re Valley Oaxette. printIng some discussion the following resolu.
board and presented. a bill for $85.00 and blanks ____nunn. I 1B7BOsceola tion
Cibaena Bank Kill..nmee McNeil Complainant, vs Laura of shares of the capital stock subscrUit was Introduced .and a McNeal Defendant d by each. set opposite his name his. services at the Countv Fair nf ] Journal blanks for clerk 6.26 "\ It has been
It rlr1..d".tn alfldaxlt. appended are as follows Orange, same- being passed for further f R Williams. lumber _nu. _ :.1 and d.l..rrln..d by the Board.c..rtaln..d of County
road
to the hill the No of consideration Fansler vegetables to th
aboveseatedcaue R t It wiN
be
that Laura McNeil the defendant Nil ,"" and Residence. Shares. Notary borfH of C R Yow..l.. with C Rang __ __ un_ ___ __ 1.50W rnmmIHHlo..rl.. amounts by taxation nocessarj for-
therein named resident of the state. of Arthur K. Doneftran" Klsslmmee_ __- 5C A Carson and N C sureties. IF., Tlson fish to co. convicts 2 70 the current year. In the following funds.
H. JEJIKINSsutt"VEYOa Florida but that her actual postofflceaddress 6 was read approved also bond of CW John Balsden vegetables to convicts respectlfor]
F' Is A Carson.f KI..lmmee.u.nnR. nanac Supervisor of Registration I __ _ __ _-___ _--__._.__.L 11.25H county. purposes 01..11nal..d
... unknown and that she Is Lk I.upfer KI..lmmeennuu. BW as:
over the age of twenty-on* yeara. ; it I I. C Bass. Klsslmmee________ __ 6E T Slngletary and. H C. ; nft..ru pump 600J O..n..r.1 R..nu____ -_ _111:22E.71 >
therefore. ordered that said resident defendant . L,. Lesley. KI..lmme"nnunH.n BJ Stanford as suretiesHherJtT convict camp Count _ _h_ hh *86>
be. and she Is. hereby. required n Woodbeck KlsslmmeeS. 's feed bill fol" prisoners was H Armstrong drlvlnlpumpu.16 39.28..
to appear to the bill of complaint' filed O H Pralher Klsslmmee. _ u__ BW cxamlnedaodrapproved William Qulncy 23 da>'s work cly Fine ..rllVorf! t ; :: :: :::: 280 4S8

Frateralty Hall Xluimm... I'lLDR. In said I cause on or before Monday: the B Maklnson Kisslmmee__ _. _ _ BS Report of County Treasurer to the Pt'hltl..r .._. ,u __._-u 34.60 Special Tax for Publlclt)._. _
3d day of August. A otherwisethe H Bullock. Klsslmmee. ... .5 State Auditor was examined and approved .. hauling_ clay. 'BVU.rr..oved| that the 2.808.48".
: __ _
idDb':19 __ DO 00R folo.
IS dye -- sum be levied .
real
allegations of will\ be taktnas H R May KI..lmmeenunnun. -5 and ..
The 'iteml-annual financial report nf H Ludlam. sur 8 Creek rd erty of Osreola .
confessed sald'defendantIt .
by 1> U Waterier KI..lmme..unu 6W County
__ _ __ 0.00H
_
.ts further ordered that this orderbe J. Sears. Klsslmmeei. -._ __ EJ the .clerk was examined and approved and pUnK -- -- Qeneral Revenue 0 __ _ h Z mills
mCJ published once a week for four consecutive W. Prentls. KI..lmme.n..u. KR Several leters. relative-. tke valua V Stanton rod man and team SO 60 County School ___u __ __ 7 mills
3 .
J. ( In Valley of lands In Osceala County wan Ha(Tor rt. rodman 11 dys_ 22.00 Road _
weeks The Klsslmmee T Butler Klsslmmee- _________ 6 ton nU.II"1 - --- __ 'u 8 mills
PhYlician Oasette. a newspaper published In Lewis Bryan. KI..lmm..enn_ 6 In open board, apd same ord..r..dtill Tele Co: Poor Farm tele 3 00 Fine and "'orr..lur.. _h_ __ __ _ \L
said county and state. In witness whereof We have hereunto -with the proceedings. of the board I Willie Williams. supplies for road 800Hary Special .. mil

and Surceon This Jul>' 3d lt14 set our hands and seals this Oth day pf. foI..ln. bill* were. examined. i Johnson fish. to 1914 rd gang 4.00Wv The following adltlonal levy w".. or
J. L OVFRSTREET. July A D If 14 I Barber com on assessment dered In Special School .. .
: Phon.. (Seal\.> Clerk Circuit Court K L.oLi.. commissioner t d.y.00 I _________ -,- __60000Jno No I. 2. 4. 6 and T.I. milts each, and Smills
.___ __ .
35 00J
Sal
guard
By JAM EH M JOHNSTON State of Florida. co Osceola as.On R V commissioner. S days L. Brltt 0 In District No.3. *
St teBa BId. OUe>> '1-RN. Deputy Clerk this lh day rtrur:. A D 114. __ _______ ___ 10.00A. I). Chunn medical services to It Is further ordered that an occupational :
: __ ___ __ _ __ 61 6 5
Co
: X the
LKWI8 BRTAN before me. Ruth Thomas, a notary pub- F Bass, commissioner days 1 tax of 60 per cent. of the
and mileage 12.0O <> ._ H Inwram. 8 Co Ct convictions DO.00 .
H..llcltolfor Complainant 29-4t liii In and for the state of Florida atlarge --, amount prescribed by the Statutes of
personally appeared D O, Was-- 11 Bass, commissioner 1 day and State Bjnk of Klsslmmee. loan the. State of be levied
on
_._ .. _S.000.00State Forida. persons
months _
O. R Bass. commissioner 1 day for .
----------J J. W Prentls. and Lewis O Bryan.thiee such occupation ,
W. nt'
.J.. Th mpSOb of the Incorporators. well known and mileage ____ ___._____ 13.00F Bank of Klsslmmep. loan that .nl.ged Collector Is directed to
___ __ -S.000.00
6 _
1 for _
W. Walker commissioner day collect
known to 'to be the Ionth. any such ocupatlonal tax In
and the
to me
me . ._ _ persons . loan .
and ____h ____________ 2000W State Klsslmmee. same manner as he
wno signea' ine xoreiroinv; proposed mleale' 20.>4J for six months _______ unI.OOO.OO w..uld collect for
Wholesale and Re| charter of the KISSIMMEE ATHLETIC J. for board the State, provided by law the
SO.00T Mis Ada ., maintenance allowance
Bass, janitor ceuntles .
ASSOCIATION and who. after L..I. are to levy
o.lntr E a greater
Murphy .. 2B.00T ___ __ _--_ __ BOO than 60 p"rmlt..d
.
for himself ---n-------r- per said
duly sworn each deposscand tax, th
rd .
FUNERAL DIItECTORaad G says that charter.they of sjlg-ned the the KISSIMMBBATHLETIC foregoing; :Juvenile M. Murphy court, sal____._.________ 12.60 City tax of for Klsalmmee.___ pro 00.0161.03 rata the the T.I amount Colector so is levied ordered to collect
proposed UI... ful .
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John Davis, sal. Supt Poor Farm 80 00U. City of
ASSOCIATION for the pur- H of _____.u 12.60H tax for 181 --1.TSS.19J. There. being no further business be
s>osa and uses therein expressed tn..r.m.care Jai six 25.00gtaTe fore the board they adjourned. to meet
D sal. A try ___ SS.$3 L. Ov..rtr..t. postage mon
UCENSm EMBALMER Given under my hand and official seal H. D Oelger conviction fee .____ 46.00J .. .... Int on at their. next regular meetlnl on the

this tth day of July. A .r"rUAS. . I* sal. as Clerk. and loan _.__uu_ -_-_ ._____un _..30000W 3rd day of August. A. .
. . . . . . . . (Notarial) Oy.r.treet c.bln..to__ 8000 K L. LE8LBT
_ ______________.__ 8'.00 O Hanklna. IIlnl .
( Seal ) Notary Public. G. W Ashton. saL Supt Roads 76.OnL. Paid warants ordered. cancelledfrom Attest: Ch.lrman
State of Florida. R. Farmer 13al. Guards__ the. various-funds as follows' J. L. OVER8TREKT. _
.: -Bton and Chapel Stewart A WE'SELLr' .. My commission expires April 11. KIT. Mlse Llssle C.pt burial of to.\O General Revenue _ .._ _-$1.4 6 Clerk

HAY, Mr. Cole _De_____!__'____________ -00 [toad __ _. _- 2.66'4
.& NOTICE Or EXECUTOR! 1"OR PIN At, Mrs. J. M. Stewart, maintenance fine. and Forfeiture. ______ _'h 160.20 ,
rlDlUDA. GRAIN .DISCHARGE.Is allowed ______________________ 1i.00Fr..nk The Treasurer. s Report. .... 'Iff THE DIHTHICT COURT OP THR i
r-; : ,: Evans, allowed foHowlnir balances on hand UNITED 8TATBS IN AND FOR THKBOUTHKHN
malnten..no
.. __________ ________.___ 1.00 General Fu d ___ :__S 324.2 DIHTRICT OP KL.OHIDA. -
FERTILIZERS, > Crar. *f th* .. When In neeel of ....-t... Mcel..nd. ____________ 11.00 School ___ ____ __ IU.8 In Ra: Ross Ur..v..... Bankfupt-In
re Estate of Charles Bdward Frank Henry Sullivan, maintenance ..1- Road __uuuuu__ Bankruptcy.
Ii. ABY SURGEON SHINGLES. II... Oscvola County .... -- ------ ___. .-. 6 00 R. B D No. 1 ....nn-u-n 1.11.77S. To the creditors of Ross Graves of
"" N.tlo* I* hereby given to allwhom Cad :;: maintenance allowed 6 00D. 8 D No S nnn__-.__ ___ 1.1 KI..lmme. Osceola County and Dis
'..1 -can For- ORANGE it may concern that an the Sd day of .. T.. right of way fort B 8 D No S nnUUuu trict a bankrupt.

( .A. 1' RlCBJIOND BOXES November, A.. O Kit. we shall apply te .. -..-.. 100 eo S S D No.4 ___.______nn_ 1.UI.10 Notice ts hereby glven/that on th*
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J '' the Honorable T. M. ,Murphy iudre ef U Br : Guard : ::: SO:00 D No. 5 ____ ___.nuun 45.4S 16th day of .uly. 1114. the said Ross

::10 'x..uChman. Roa41'tioa ORANGE WRAPS, ., ,said court, aa Judg-e of probate tor a t.8r release fee ______ 11.00 s s D No. S _____nU_____ 1.1 Orave* was adjudged a bankrupt
. nnal discharge aa executors of the e*. W. supplies to con- and that th* first meeting- ,
..a tat* ot Charles Kdward Vraaklln. 4etaeaaadj H Hll l : '- xijm- S *0XL Totl---------T u__ S14.4S4.44 tors wll bo held at the court house In
VEGETABLE!: .CRATES,, 'j. \ ;' and -that at the earn* time wiwlll .Jtl..m.ii.convict camp S:00W License Reportshowed Klsslmmee Florida, on th* first day of "
.. . present our final account aa ex. convict camp S.00A. ST.SS irencral collected and August. 10 o'clock A.
.
-"' .CRATE N. lfJ( cutors of said. ..u,,. and ask (or their convict J30 00 auto collected which time Utht creditors may

;< ,. --',.. '.:1 tj.: fepprovaL ., .camp_ ___ : ______ ,_ mu-___ s.OO Th*. Tax C..l.ctor. Poll Tax report prove their claims, a alin"t
,"':'" ..r-. J. JT ( : . Dated May Jst' A. IX 114H. I* Har. supplies to read Showed S*. el.cte. examine the appln

o... . ... . . . .. M. BREAKER. .. ..a.-------------- 11IIJ. Th* br until 10 .. m, such other business as may properly
., .' \ KLLA'M.: .FitANICUK.Executora.. meal to road gang 14.SS July th A. D. 1114.Th oom before the said meetings

'- . I.' ,- t.,; _ .' ... State Pltt cor convict hire.$01.71Klsslmmee board met at 10 a.rntulJ.7U1 Tampa, Fla.. July loth ,
-=o. r. p..uunm. : Water A Pljant. [.! all officers being
,W. efl !' -. 1..bt
. fleld a.d raitlesi seeds .f' aj J ">:- ..tt..F.' waterand lights. v..... .t.tl. Mr. W. W. Chandler cam* before Refer MIUUNER
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.. .-special aate.tloa-te-1Ittlq"; .. .- -- --- _
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.. Free ., ,.{ .: .. ... .
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L' :FLORIDA( CROPS I Column Forward EVERYPERSON. THIRTY-FIVE- ACRES .CREATFIELOFORINVESTORS[ . A. GEORGIA. ,. .MAN- e..,.. '



FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS I...IN STRAWBERRIESFort ,

,. IN EXCELLENT FROM THE. OF ADVANCING FLORIDA STATE c SHOULD BOOST; ,o ; BOOSTER

Jrleade-Stra berrfea grower ..' ..
held another enthusiastic meeting in .
\ CONDITION Palmetto-City let contract to Jones the board of trade room Monday and '
A O'Berry to erect Carnegie library; There are two states that produce I '" There i is no State In the Union FORfLA.
cost, $10,000.S citrus fruit*-California and Florida,I chase oC plants saffidentetohset 85 'where i money can be as. safely and
e e Arizona 'does in a small way, and, acres-or more in {September. All .profitably invested at the present
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De Land-Mrs. J. C. Perkins reported there are isolated groves 'in other who lost their Maryland plants duringthe time as Florida.
to have purchased cite an steates. But the big production comes drought and need assistance in The legal Kate of interest 8 percent '

Cotton and Corn Showing Boulevard 32x99 feet, to erect mo- from Florida and California. Th I procuring more will be taken care'of and the contract'rat.. 10 percent E. Y.
tion picture theater. state of California produces about t by the organization; and other contemplated and large'and small sums can Clarke, Jr.,.' HeIp$,
e a a a. 45.000 carloads, and Florida abouthalf I, acreage need not be curtail- be. readiily placed at these rates on e

y Well St Augustine-:..W. J. Sanchez win \ that much. ed. IE first mortgage on city property in Ass'ri
up Particularly erect business building at Hospital This is a big production, but i it t' Monday night the city council helda good towns' on a 60 or .60 per cent Organize Fair ;
street and Nunnery lane. must supply! the entire country withoranges. special meeting to consider submit- valuati n. -
*. Theta; are many groves in'J ting an ordinance to the popular vote .:Many people will say: Can ,...... w

i OUTLOOK IS THAT GRQWERS IN Vtlrico.-Valrlco TownslW Co.. will 4his-state, that ire three, four, five, upon the question of bonding for the pie afford to pay these rate of interest SECRETARY OF BROOKS, COUNTY -'' ;
erect two-story building. and six years old, from which there extension and enlargement of water- for the use of money," and until t
EVERY SECTION WILL HAVE * a. has. never been taken and fruit 01 works and sewerage system, and the they make themselves thoroughly GA.CLUB ENTHUSED WITH "r t

PROSPEROUS YEAR -RECENT Winter aven.-John Th6rnbill will a very'small production. Hundredsof 'I erection' a municipal building. A familiar with conditions heN,they do FARM CONDITIONS IN THIS
RAINS HELP. erect one-storyebrlc k building.! thousands of these trees will come 1 proposition will also be submitted to not believe they can do so, but; if they STATE. .
.. into bearing this year for the first : Install a city electric light plant in will take the trouble to get to the
; r Tallahassee.- City voted $24,000 time, and the production will be largely .-:"place ot-or additional to the one in bottom of the matter, they will BOOn ,
Gaineaville.-According to district street and paving bonds. increased. I operation now under a special char- find out that not only can they affordto Jacksonville General Secretary %
'i :agents in the United: States farmers' I .. Must Create Markets.It I ter. Following is the schedule of the pay these rates, but that they can Edward Young Clarke of the Brook
.j,. demonstration work who have just returned Palatka.<5ity is considering $100- will be necessary for the growers items to be included'in the draft-ot make a large profit on the' money s.O County Industrial ..club at Ouitman, [I
from a two weeks' trip among : 000 bond issue to erect five schools.as this year to reach out for greater the ordinance io be considered at another borrowed over and above the interest Ga., returned from Gainesville' 3

d ,, .agents of the different counties in the j follows: Primary, grammar and high markets. It will be necessary for meeting. of the council tomorrow charges. and spent a few hours in Jack r
State, the crop outlook in almost every school in Palatka to cost $80,000; them to supply sections in which they I night $7,500 for additional wa- Large Sums Needed. sonvill-speaking interestingly .f,his.
section is exceedingly bright, as a result -I(I three schools in East Pal tki.;'cost riP have"not sold heavily former years. ter and sewerage; $7,000 for city hall; The rapid and permanent develop visit to- Florida/ ., i
of much "needed rains{thin the '' spectively, $13,000 $54)00) and $1.000; The,market must beJbuilt uP tCLmeet_ $2.5,OOO for.brick streets) and $35,600for nent that" is going on -all over the He went:to (;Gainesville the Interest
several weeks. In view of the l' school in'falatka Heights, cost $1,000. the supply, or there will be low ; light. We hope soon to call an state calling for a large amount of of the organization of a strong;
fet that the dry weather did not affect ,i. a aCottondale.Cottondale I'I 1 j prices and losses to the growers. I I election to vote upon bonds to cover money, both for public and private countyfairassociation -was- '
the .cotton to any extent, the Lumber Co. I The citrus exchange has done a j, the above aggregate of $75,000. That purposes! that portion of it required formed there on Wednesday night and, '
"staple crop gives exceedingly fine organized, capital stock $20,000. J. great work increase the demand i will be going some, eh T for public Is easily obtainable it i* proposed by the citizen of l
promise of being an excellent one. R. Shomaker, Sr., President; Arthur I I for Florida fruit, to extend the markets but business men large and Gainesville to raise not less than
State Agent McQuarrie, in his report Williams, Vice-President; I. L. Schuyj I j and to raise prices. But theexchange small I, find it more difficult to get $25,000 for the purchase of. fair
covering the crop outlook, de ler, Secretary-Treasurer; at present has never included any enough to meet their requirements grounds and the erection of perma-,"
FLORIDA IS COOL
dares that the corn crop average will will export lumber and hardwoods larger percentage/ of the growers of : because the volume of business is increasing nent fair buildings, where every fall,
be fully up to the ten years' figure, )I from South Atlantic and Gulf ports.- I the state. It is estimated that\ this so rapidly and banks will beginning with this year, there will b*' ",
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especially in the western counties. Altogether a a year there wilt be about thirty percent \ not make ni r -a'-long enough' hem one of the largest--county fair
the crop outlook in all com Baldwin-Seaboard Air Line Ry., of all growers in the state' in f' IN SUMMER TIME period to make them feel secure, par- ever attempted by any county in the 1i
modities this season is exceedingly W. D. Faucette, Ch. Engr., Norfolk, 1 the organization. ticularly as national banks cannot South. j
bright over the whole State, accord- Va., will erect passenger station, Join Organization. lend on real estate security. Aided Organization '
s ing to the following report, covering with waiting rooms,, ticket offices, i Thirty per cent of a- total of all I We feel sure that if investors, both Mj\ Clarke addressed a mass meeting -; i
the findings of the district and County. umbrella sheds, etc. I{ the growers is a'very small percentage There i is no better and can be no those with large capital'and' those of the Gainesville' Board of .Trade. 1
a aClearwaterFugassi i
agents: ,' indeed. But the percentage has better climate than Florida. People with comparatively small sums to Invest at a local theater on Tuesday night.
The district agents in this work Bros., are re- been smaller than that. The growers expect a fine winter climate in Flor- were once convinced that the securities On Wednesday morning he addressed ;,
have been very busy the last two ported to build packing plant at Milton ,; are awakering to the advantage ida but few of the winter visitors offered here In' Florida are. th stockholder meeting of the or-
weeks rounding up the spring and Park. I I of the organization, 'and what it is know of our incomparable summer equally safe with those of older gal.'l'IbaUonaM' nthe afterhoorThe a,==-:-
summer work among agents in the *. (I doing to broaden to broaden the mar- climate. This summer has been'especially states, they would not hesitate long sisted in the perefecting of the bran--:'.
different counties. St. Augustine-Hospital Florida kets and make better demand and fine, the nights being re- before investing their money here, ization. ,,4..
Corn Promising. East Coast Railway, J. P. Beckwith, better prices for Florida fruit.But markably cool and the days delightful where the returns would be so much Wednesday night, following a great hn
Mr. Pace has just returned.)>from a V. P., will improve and enlarge hospital I all the growers should be in the or- in the shady spots where the greater than those they are now get- torchlight procession gotten up by the.. rA
western trip, where he visited the ; remove operating room and sun ganization. It should include every cooling breezes from gulf and ocean ting. board of trade for the purpose of
agents in Columbia, Jackson, Liberty, ; parlor to another location, erect i: man that ships a box of oranges.It vie with each other in making the Handsome boosting the fair proposition, Mr. ,
lot of the the most Profits.It u'
addition, etc. Floridian comfortable -
3-story
Clarke addressed meetinIn
Calhoun Leon and Jefferson counties. ought to be the most compact, a mass +
a a on earth. Our climate' both will you well to inquire the presided, '
He that since the advent of pull-together organization in the repa-r. city auditorium which was
reports
the rains within the last few weeks Miami-Dade county commissioners state. The future of the growers ,winter and summer could not be closely matter, and we will over by Dr. A. Murphree, president p{,, ,
have assumed very promising accepted plans by August Geiger, industry depends on this get togetherand any better if it were hand made br be happy to render you any assistancewe the University of Florida, +
crops the cotton crop particularly Miami, for addition to court house; stick together proposition.Boost . the weather bureau. can on hearing from you. In discussing conditions at Galnes.viii. .
aspects, for vaults and People do not leave Florida to In almost all the towns of Florida
showing promise now of a yield above fire-proof construction for State. get and In Alachua county Mr., w,.
the The dry weather did not some rooms; style to conform with In coooler weather, but only for a change there is a rapidly increasing demand Clarke said: .* "
addition the
to
everage. present structure cost $12,000 to grower, every of climate and Half of the for homes that be bought on the "
affect this drop as much as other crops, ; I Floridian should be an en"ustastie1 scenery. can To Mark New Era. .
15000. I people who rush for the big cities of easy payment plan. "I really believe that the I
owing to the fact that cotton requireswarm earnest worker for the exte'riftlon of condition*
minimum amountof S a the north to cool off find the We are very pleased to see this, in Alachua mark '
weather and the sale of Florida fruits. Every as county a new era hl' ,
moisture. This is paricularly true Bramlet, P. 0. Tampa-Farmers' I business man that write a letter out I weather much warmer and more uncomfortable there is no doubt that those who own the substantial development of the t
in the short staple belt. Corn is also Union plans to erect $5000 combin- of ought to have printed on than they could possibly their own homes are better and more a&T1euIturallnte..at of Florida. Farm f
very promising, and the average of ation store, warehouse, packing- his letter head something about have it in Florida. The discontented permanent citizens than renter' condition in Georgia bays suffered, '
the crop will be fully up to the ten house and hall, about 40x135 ft. Florida fruit and Florida vegetables. I American public demand This 'demand opens up a fine field because the farmer hays devoted their ,
years' figure. This is particularly true S a a Every man, woman and child that a change every summer and this for investment to those with capital, time and energy to the. production of r
,... 'of the western counties.All Carrabelle-C. M. Tanner will out of the state should talk- accounts in part for the exodus of as the prices that can be secured showa coton and have bought everything
the swerPt potato growers are erect two store buildings. ]goes about Florida fruit. There go will I Florida people to points in the-north. very handsome profit and of course else that now busy &"ettlng.their land ready to a to a be ing Floridians scattered all over the Any change is I good and the vaca the security is first class. We know the profit which they made on their ;'
plant the crop. Those who grow this Daytona-Bingham & Thompson country this They will not tionist who takes a trip north by Several gentlemen who are making cotton. crop. A. cme- Joop.proposition
crop for ihlnninotojiNrthern markets will erect buildinsr on S. Beach .t.:. have Florida summer to easy stages will be benefitted by the big money on this proposition, and if, is disastrous, no matter what crop' isgrown.
-- - or grapefruit
report:; a falling;; off in the prospects 2 stories; brick. 'demonstrate with oranges, but they can sigh change of scenes and all of them'are any of our readers should be inter- ,tf, .
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this year, owing to the very dry for it, they can tell those they meet more contented to return to Florida ested in this matter we will be lorida" farm condltnon Jiav .uffered -;
Jacksonville-W. A. McDuff will where life is really worth the living pleased to give them the fullest .
weather at planting time, but, upon about it, and they can whet the appetite particulars from the 'all-track idea and thet
-the whole, the yield will be fully up expend $30,000 (cost without mechanical for the fall crop. They can -Sanford Herald. in reference.-thereto-Roma neglect on'the part of, the farmer to
to business seekers Guide.Areadi.caIBell. .
to the equipment) erect raise standard 'such as and
; average. be missionaries in the greatest cause crops corn
Professor Spencer reports having block; 45x80: : ft; 6 stories; fireproof; for. Florida's benefit. 'ElferPaseo; County School Board cotton and neglecting to raise cattlo,
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visited a number of the southern coun- asphalt roof; electric lighting ,. Dade City Fla has plans by W. R. Ital Medicine Co., cap not only, for"their1 own ,use, ,but. /or'ale.
ties, and finds conditions more favor. e .. a < Milton-Santa Rosa County ..Com, Biggers, tampa'for- schools at El I stock $10,000, incptd.i J. A.
.able than.they were a few weeks ago! Bartbw.-Crystal Ice Works Co.. missioners voted to construct two i fers and Richland, Fla.; ..latter'five' J.Hendryv. G. King Prest.Seey-Treas.f T A. Cassell, V-P.J ;

Mr. McQuarrievisited Marion, Her- J. D. Clark prop., will install 25-ton bridges, .one across Blackwater riverat room and auditorium.. having daily, capacity 500; has bottles plant West, Palm Beach Palm:! Beach
nando, Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk, Ice plant (except boiler) .with addi- Milton and other across Escambia plans increasing ; county has plan by Talley, Sun-'
DeSoto and eLe counties in the last two tional ten ton refrigerating capacity. St. C. H. C. output.
river at Chumuckla; latter will con- Petersburg Cigars- mer A Hamilton, St. James Dick'
weeks, and has to report generally a a. a i nect Santa Rosa and Escambia counties Co., Punta orda, 'Fla., will establish Cedar Key-Cedar Key School Jacksonville\ for courthouse 16082feet
favorable conditions. The demonstration South Jacksonville-South Jackaon-'I but will be paid for entirely by cigar factory; location, 1st Ave South District, voted $15,000 bonds to erect ; 3-storiea and basement; fire*.' ;;
work is getting very popular yille Utilities Co., capital $50,000.00;I I Santa Rosa County. I and 6th St. 6-room fire-proof school. proof; cost $183,700.
among the rank and file of the farm- incorporated; E L. Gunn, Prest., S. I I M
ers, and they are eager to' take hold Jacksonville; C.M. Bingham! V-Prest., I
of the work. Two new men started in I :
Daytona; W. F. Reid, Secretary; H. |
on the first of the month, Mr. Fletcherin Botts, Treas., both of South Jackson- : OPEN
Hernando, and Mr. Miles in Manatee ville. The COLLEGE OF LAWof John B. Stetson University De Land, DAYsNIGHTHave r ;
This makes twenty-seven I
county. *
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counties actively engaged in the work. Fla.. offers a two-year and three-year course of study leading to theLAW

Three other counties have made ao- Mulberry-Export Phosp'hate Ry., LL.B. It is the oldest and .
and Terminal will be the degree .l .a: ,cq w. +b+ a A;
propriations to supplement the county company,
agent's salary; these are Osceola, Calhoun I name of the corporation to buijd the' best in Florida. It has a large LAW
t' and Hamilton counties. When railroad of the Export Phosphate Co.l I I se
I body of successful alumni. Special
,r these get in line, which is expected to of Mulberry to phosphate drying a
be by the first .of September, ,it will I I plant near Tampa. Line with j emphasis is placed on Florida Plead- ,.
make thirty counties. I I branches about 50 mi. long. RailI I ,Mx e, ,t
and admitted without further
Fund Now Available. II way officers, it is reported, will be ing Practice. Its graduates to practice

The agricultural extension fund, or J E. L Blood, Prest.; H. E. C. Cape I examination. Faculty law building, law library, courses of study un-
Y: .what is known as the Lever bill, is well V-Prest.: and E. Albert Pierce. flL
Scey and Treas. surpassed. Fall Term I Begins September 25. Send for Announcementfor '
now available, and'several more coun- Capital $50,000 to
ties will be engaged in the work by the $2,000,000. I 1914-15. LI L-

first pf the year. ; ,
The tcsults being attained by the
boys in the Corn Club work will\ Jse When -in 1 V '" fel
considerably better this year than ever
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ST. CLOUDtake
before. Twenty-six counties have sent -i" 3 p Ii a
in returns in this work, and the agentsare your meals at the. 1 1SUPERIOR'
now busy getting the boys lined up ;
BLUE FRONT RESTAURANT '
so as to get their reports and resultsof > ,i
the work tabulated before the r on Penntylvanie Ave.

month of October. Meal 25c A. R. Gomes, Prop. ; SERVICE You
The Canning Club workers have also COURTEOUS TREATMENT

been very actively engaged all sum-
mer, and while it is too early yet to A Long Head ; M y1Tr
say what results wil be had in this
line, the promise now is that it will .
be very gratifying. Twenty-four If YOU AreTHINKING For Figures ? . ;
counties have been actively engaged
.. in this work. Agents are now rounding awYOU
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fs up the! wbrk the same as in the want to keep down the rna- Y e ; '
; A Cordial
.f. Boys' Club' work so as to be ready to GreetingThe expense of your car. f N r t r A' f, t

make exhibits at the county fairs when We can help you s>4% "lwwwue. ., r 1r
'q, the time comes around. : OF BUILDING A
How
August is the furlough month for ;* kglt; ;PHt8k! ; . e

most of the agents employed, but by HOUSE OF ANY,KIND LET The Officers of the a I uiNs Buy your gasoline from oaWe'll
the first of September they will be save you many a dollar be.
ME FIGURES WITH YOU.
'. ready to begin their work anew. Unto of KISS1MMEE rnde ase ... fall comes. ,,

., the end that they be equipped as well .,., the opporitwity to greet yes MId We MIl gasoline.. oU and grease at
to begin the new year's: I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH QJ'Lt A'ty
work as possible, there 'is going to be a county to show and explain their excellent sweat figure obtainable an/wber % of

;'y agents' schol held at Gainesville from PLANS AND ESTII I acilitiea-1 thelaaiutting of
the 1st to he 11th of September, inN -
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MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM yourbaaId besi
I Iic s..a
. clusive. At this meeting .
.; will read paper on different subjects; PRICES.W.H.rARNOLD. '. #r-
a program Is being gotten ready now, Our customers
",. and will soon be distributed so that the Your Checkin Ascos.it save ,money by, buying their
:: cansee the nature of the work w
public
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_{ : contemplated. At that meeting there Ialeait.d gasoline from.us.. We |>ositiyqlyfsdiat( .1 t.cheapest
.to. will be discussion on,farming problems ) . .'
K\ also on live stock problems; 1' j figure. Gasoline is Hof best ' :
. quality.
,of certain days win( be given + '-\
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:. .z.' lOver part to corn Judging, hog judging, Contractor- + lad Builder, > J Arthur. ':E.Donegar;.' P, K.r iWgavel.;arse *.,-... .... -... ,"1It' ..bh.'... "" "..L. ..J 9' ;..;
'1:' horses, mules, beef -and dairy, cattle ., -j - : \ : ; "''!
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;: 0 judging.. -Therm win also bevdemonstrationr : KJ 8IDdME; PLA, Ptaideat. .Caahidf ; ''M.JA.4J: .u;. '\-hl' F3' \ t, $ .i
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in hog cholera serum Inociulation ...
i", and on one of the day, weqx,, '}24 SfJsuUr SU ......U .>, ., r" ., .\; ... "'
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'" !V.'le* of AppllratU) f.r Tax Dee. '
: , , . -r , ilIlItsIt-. FACTS' ABOUT SLEEP Uaie r II,... .
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[ SWEET PEA SHADES. ot the Stale of Fl....... '"

'For theC'liildren Notice la hereby-given that Pr aRoberiion
Society Notes Elephant. sleep standing Up.:"When iiurchaarr of Tax certificate
Popular This Summer in a herd certain number will always No. 698. dated the 7th day of May A. D.1K9I. .
In
ha !, 'd said cartMcat my
1 For Oecni-dreee Coetume: stand watch while 'the others office dlh' 1I made application t for
sleep., Tax D.. (Mat lie Belle\ Harris Editor.) head Little Baby 0.1 Campo, law. Mnld fci-IIciUo( embrace the followlnn -
: Batssleep downward
ti hang
situated
ilcHcrlbcil property laOaceola
.... ing by their hind claws. Youngeit Peace Delegate.by . County, Florida, to-wlt: .

1 Request U made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend item I Birds, with few exceptions, sleep I, Lot number ((3)) or Fred Roberaon.I '.
with their heads turned tailward i Subdivision of Lot (21) of Section 20, \
over I ',. KiiriH- 31. Town of Nareoo .
2.
of' society events to the Editor for publication in these columns the back and the beak thrust beneaththe "m1 '.- 1 Township Ifl Hf f ,

I I wing. I Th. anal .btiiil b..truc 8t'8.pd at the

. . . . Storks, gulls and other long-legged I Iolat.| or I IVKunnee of Much pertinent in
. . . . . . . I P of Alfred WIIII""",. Unless
. . . t i< rmrne
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j I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 ,I 1 I birds sleep standing on one leg. HH111 eertincate I Miall I I" r.'doomed aoronllrjK -
Mr WiUnon Are in Adiron- I Ducks sleep on open water. To to )Inw tux i]' ed will Inaue i
I Mr. and *
1 .. 'j i Birthday Dinner. dark I avoid drifting ashore they keep paddling !I thereon. .,.ii I the 22ml. 01 li\ of August A.ltueHH .
.
Thursday ''I)' fill! ]
Belle\ entertained
W. W.
Mrs. with foot them ,
; one making move \\ nn I hund alll, nfllelal 1 Heal at
; at dinner in honor of the eighteenth ' Mr. 'and Mn.1.. M. Will'on have in a circle. ,I KisHltmrtoe, ,'11'( Florllla, 1 this 22nd day
birthday of her daughter SUKI<-' i left New York and are now at Cunir I 1 Foxes and wolves sleep curled up. of. July A I II 11114: .

\, The guests were Misses Abbie Harris 1 Wilawans in the Adirondaikx.! Hrcently j I their noses and the soles of their feet rk' ''IK Tilt .'i'J ljrt I. Rhca Pheripo: Betty Pnorijto AnnDaVFtfl ;l', there was a long article wi'h'accompanying i close together and blanketed by their FI,", ..,I4S. ..
and Ernestine Brown. of !MrWitton tail. Ill' 31-4t
:, : photogiuph ', I bushy ,
"' -.5.- in the New York Sun telling/ of Lions, tigers and cat animals

Mis Annie Laurie Waring Gave;. a 1 her work among tinSominoles.. .A.I ..1proof .-' - stretch themselves out flat upon the 'u.'fi4, J: I"U 4 nEUI'I'UII": .

,,. Kook Forty. I that tho inti n-it" in th,'-iKl->,i- _tt side. Their muscles twitch and throb, ----- of'j ,J
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4 .n' JlKlitr.
of .h. ?
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,> Miss Annie Laurie Waring delightfully Ida Indian I 11- ipr( uding' :Mr4WilK.m I indicating! : that they are light and rest j In I'JorI.ia-iIrn'roIS 4 ounty. __ ''
7 entertained at a porch rook party: hi,,;. .i\-l\ i.t received a request from "< less sleepers. 1 II I i Knf.il.; i oi l i K i l'i i nut. rfrTi
Wednesday afternoonin honor of her 1'liirngo sj nihc-atc t nuking for an '" t 1.-1.. Owls, in addition to their eyelids, .il ,I'n-tlii, ,.,,IK Iiuat; t f4 I 'IHI ributoea .
,., h.i\tni4 I'lalniH? or I'eIM -
.. > all !I' KOMH'
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': t guest, MIPS Maurine I>ann of Kmsinimee. "M/ "ho ,,1.11 rt. have a screen that they draw sideways I TH,, i a"alll"1, Hiiiil, KHtatej :
About:J:30::} the prueKtK begun to 1 She wr te fi i,om i th} < ir camp)' in ,fit; across their eyes to shut out the | j 1 ,,>n .,indneh. of \0.u. ate hereby no-

\\;' airive and from. then until f>::30 there Adirorilnrkx, !.IM, ti| I'i) let( tOt her I \\Klori'l.i h" h, i , light, for they sleep in the daytime. I 'I III.''If" I:UN I .ttnl:.1:md,t. 'di', ':inniHlH.;, lo whteh)|ir.Meit; ,voil, any or .I> .,

. was not an idle momet.-Lake1am Ufallows, riLir to ,, ,hiaKHliiHl I the
I 1th !I' < u into I :
brcuth, th I ) -> -> .1' + + 4 4 .0. c. + + 'I' I i' i "
: Telegram.! ft i",IPIIC Icorl i-'fit thing 01 ( ? < ..1.at- "f"t "r )IT \att. Sr "" "Rs'd.Ila" ,
-e- innunljiin, nir.. : I 1 <- I . ( ,lit.. ....I.i.. -...".. V Klnrlilit. to the r
,; t Card Parly. Away to t the :Xoith; and"n thn wii.dorne' ". WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING < tiitt.I I i'Mi.' IK d. adimi.iNt. 1',1.' ." <..r said,' date eaIIH -
I' '"- \\itluii t w *' \i-nrH rollllh
of t 1ho Adiio", >dacks, "..uircunc1cd ,' >
4' .Mr. and Mr!!. Andre van d..r Mwrsrh 1- i'- .1' :. -> + .:. .:. : + .. <. -: 'c. 4. -:. + + + h, ;. .01; J'L! >
: entertained laM Friday evening witha ) l Io\ 1 balsam pine, spruceand piarai ts I .'H....J..ul.li:; lulV. I1 I'HKVATTXilmiiilHlriU; :
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card party at the country olub.Thow k, we are enjoying this (couiitt\: k. ,I At"a recent election in Sweden the" ; t t I rlx.I
-. '\\whrr?niftyfd the everimgwtrr* in its p1-inh1ti--e--ltatP, for whilo 1tcyears ( ',fact was revealed that only 3.6 per ,r Kiiii'.iisMl. : : I
Mr. and Mrs. Bullock Mr. and Mrs have, possibly passed xinra I tin cent of "the women voters were disqualified ".i n. <. I..i "l-:.,tit., 31-St l'l'Z

Crawford Mrs. Simpson Dr. Simpson I led man stealthily crept thr>>Uh) the for failing to pay taxes, as com-
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( Mr. Vans Agnew Miswn Vivian (Treat JofeKts: today, bore is littl I I I l pared with 24.6 per cent of the men. --.0------ KKfllSTUATlOX: ; NOTICE.I .
and Mildred Lee Ves Parker Lenorn change, save an occasional wire that I Piet.e American Press Aaaoclatlon.
I Richards and ]Mr Mcrjughen.Mm. .* hangs overhead, and a jingle of a -In Pennsylvania it is claimed that I Notic- hereby given' that'the registration -
telephone that reminds we are withHi more than 10,000women have asked Of course all bright boys and girls i books for Osceola county will

Unley Entertain i I reach of civilization. At night by a tor widow's pensions. know about the trouble! in Mexico and I be open for the registration: of voters .
ii': flaming camp fire we listen to the the efforts of Uncle Sam to avoid a the first Monday in Aufruat and JI
Mrs. Unley entertained) Friday af- ''weird call of the shy loon, the oceanional I There are 119 municipal areas in cruel War. Also they have read about Ion will remain open till the second Sat-

t ternon at her home on Vernon ave call of the big blue heron or 1lipI Homl.ay, India, where women possess the mediators from ArgentineBrazil I urday in October. The books -will be

L nue.t' I I I croak of (countless frogs; this music I 0' 'e I I the franchise.The and Chile, who have been named the open at my office on Main street.C. .
arked to bring
t The guests were lof the world is. in happy contrast to'' postoffices of A. B. C. envoys, and the delegates I W. GRIFFIN,
j j their sewing, and the afternoon was the monotone music of the tango Germany employ from Mexico who came to talk mat- 30-3t Supervisor of Registration. ,
I very pleasantly spent pewing and i dance that pervades the very air 'of I Ii e 166obo women. ters over. With the latter party came

chatting. i I New York's large hotels and restaurants I .-' t The State Federation of Florida Is'' the very smallest and youngest delegate - -

'; C Those present were Mrs. Livingston where one wonders how the OHAPB AFTEKNOOIf OOWIf. f advocating a health clause in the marriage | ever known. lie. is little Senor 1
.1 1 Misses Margerie Belle Bearden Lucy playing del Campo, son of one of the diplomats I
[orchestras kep an equilibrium certificate.
I
will this Standard in
tiI.. Witherspoon, Virginia Tiller. Alma : from morning until night and I Very wide girdles of materials attached to the Mexican delega' $ 1 0 put

r.: Griffin and Grace N4on.i i from night until morning and where matching the gown are seen on some In the United States there are over I tion. Senor del Campo, the elder. I YOUR HOME NOW .
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I'i ';. Refreshments of punch and cake : too the dancing throng hails from. imported models. Illustrated here is 7,000,000 female bread winners. acts as an interpreter for those of his

; were served. Up here in the Wi-h-wa-na camp u gown of figured crape in sweet pea party who do not speak< English. Of
,f --* and lavender. The There are 65,000 members of the del is ,
lof the Indian name whose warring shades of pink I I course Baby Campo not a real ,
,t i Sewing Circle. 'has. gone with the aborigenes no suffrage -I II wide girdle is edged with a ruching of Woman's Trade Union League of New delegate, although he has .attracted ? \ .. -

: I' The Young Ladies Sewing Circle I question comes up the natiye pink taffeta ribbon an embellishmentwhich York. a great deal of attention. He doesn't i

(;".t: was delightfuly entertained by the people ofthe 'H-ectioM care not for the is seen also on the short sloped I need an interpreter either, because, ,
A "C" GAME.
b I ', Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee Wednesday 'trust: ," nor the "anti-trust" and it is tunic and on the turned back cuffs. being only six months old, he talks in
afternon at their home ont I only the stories ot fish that have been II The vest and collar are of white or Each question can be answered! by baby language and everybody understands I
.'Ivde l account of gandie. a work ending in "cy." that for it is pretty much the'
>!\ ; arenpe. 'caught in the past, or an I
4 ,, Those who enjoyed the afternoon the gentle eyed deer with his mate ____ _f A stately C ? Aristocracy. I same all over th/e/ world. At any rate -'

It- were Mm. Livingston Mrs. O' r'an. that slips around the.campI!, that fills What is Needed'for the Use of the i A royal C? His excellency. Baby del Campo is the cutest memberof

k 'f Mrs. Tucker Mrmtes Berta Bryan and the evenings full]] of interest and the Outdoor Girl.. I A deceptive C? Fallacy.A the delegation.
Ve P Tker. I bred can only look and I criminal C ? Piracy. I I, flLfLR4k
city people
I Delicious refreshment of salad, and the A much desired C ? Currency.A Mary Carnell, Philadelphia is d..llnof ,
wish for the physical vigor
I mother begins
r i With the careful -
summer clever C ? the women photographers in the
.erved.Children Policy. 1
sandwiches and tea were of these mountain
people
cheeks 'j'
i- rosy to think of camps for.,her growing An exclusive C ? Privacy. United States.
Ii but alas they want It mixed with the
t' 1 I girls. Where to send them is no
An aromatic C ? Spicy.A .
,. ,. Enjoy Party. luxuries of civilization. more a matter of weight than how: to tempting C ? Delicacy.A I Mrs. Mabel II. Kirk has ben appointed -
::2 I A very pleasant children's party of -- - ---- outfit them inexpensively but com merciful C? psychologist of the Essex
the week was tha arranged by Mrs. J. I II house Clemency. New
.r fortably. One sporting goods county ( Jersey) courts.
C Griffin in honor of the birthdays for I \ .k', .!
,.; has just opened a department
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',' of Master Walter and little Miss r SUMMER OUTING SUIT. girls wherein everything from cap to SWEDEN HONORS WOMAN. Mro. Samuel Semple, the only woman -

.g 'r, Lucile. I sneaker may be obtained. Miss Selma Lagerlof has just been member of the Pennsylvania in-
Mrs. Griffin entertained Saturday The first item, if the girl is to go elected the first woman member of dusttial board, is inspecting bakeriesin J

to: afternoon at her home on Main street Chic Model. In Oust Shedding to a regular camp, is, pf course, bloomers. the Swedish Academy. She was the that state.England .

\ about fifty of the little friends of her Mohair and Wool. I II They range from black, navy first woman to receive the Nobel prize has now seventeen schools
children. : blue or tan drill to those of black or for literature. Two other women i Why wait -tvlu n you can com
I' the lawn after where women are taught gardening, here and get tlilx Standard Rotary
I' Games were played on finished in the best
: have
Nobel
: blue in 'other
navy serge, won prizes fields. "
Shuttle Sltati alght"
\ poultry raiding< beekeeping, farming,
which delicious refreshments were I :
I manner. Mme. Curie for chemistry and Bar- horticulture, and domestic science.
Q served. I Middy blouses to wear with .them oness Von Suttner for her work in the SEWING MACHINEright

,L -+- come in white without trimming except interests Of international peace. LEATHER FURNITURE.Milk

..I, MOlltsdoc-T.,10r _\ for the blue or red collar and For those who are not acquainted a time now-and? The term pay are for It ao a easy little you at

t: Charley Montsdoca of Narcoossee cuffs. There are stars bn the collar with MIllS Lagerl f's works, a study that is heated is excellent for won't miss the money. -The "Slt- '
I , +', ,and Miss Bertha Taylor of Ashton. cuffs and pocket. The collar is a sarT- of them this summer will 'prove botpleasai..t cleaning leather furniture. Use soft atraight" feature permits you to
\ 'were married Thursday morning in ; cut open.at-the neck, and the nnd profitable. sew with ease and comfort. EVERY
fi, or.one, cotton cloths and rub all over to take MACHINE OUARANTKED FOR
,4n: the parlors of the Manhattan hotel sleeves are three-quarter ones. off spots and dirt. Then take a mix- I I-IKIO 'ome, I nand i I. t a.0., monstrati -.
{ Rev. A. M. Chi olm performing the I -4j I For the smaller girl there are two "'irp of beeswax,; melted and mix.d It for > ou
; Mr. and Mrs. W. N. I suits of material. They I
\ ceremony. piece ope CAP AND VEST. with turpentine, one part wax to I woof
THOMPSONSuccessor
J. W.
: ,! ; Montsdoca and Miss Taylor of Navcoonsee come in'!good quality drill, in tanvwithu the turpentine. This should be !

if t ,! and Mrs. EameR of St. Cloudaccompanied navy blue or red sailor collar ana Sheer Stuff (lJsedlnCr.ating Many ot 'ubbed in and soft, clean cloths used Ii.Imni.------ Ilorida.
the young people to the trimming or in solid navy blue with- I
Aococaoriee., for rubing off so dast will h not .ettie
i City and witnessed the ceremony.A ; id idw out trimming. For girls up to twelve the Beaaon'e Coetume I ,.
," ;' wedding dinner was served< at the years only the same suit comes in This its H seaMon of "lu>eme !!I. and I \
I Manhattan and the bridal party left smaller hizes. here In this tiini;" cup "tid vest that .

!I;) on ,the northboun train. 1 One piece swimming suits come in fits under n frock or blouse Is u very ,
.
,. -<- cotton serge in black or navy blue in dulntT' eiprt>xKluii ot the IDo
f\\ ,\ Campfire Girl Meet. poplin in black or brown or in galatea I vest and the collnr Hint are arranged -r = S't.TR.A.N'CJ: : :: -
They have the
in Mark or navv blue. .
I; ,. The Tphopekaliga$ Campfire girls ;loornersandblouseattached under a
; held an interesting meeting :Monday ) allow t- to the Dozier Leitner Agency ".
but made loose enough to ,
afternoon at the home of their guardian belt are __
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson Mabhotte free use of the limbs. .
; on State Bank Building
street. 1 White canvas sneakers, high cut. -

,,. with rubber soles, are about $2 a pair.I
The time was spent,discussing new
and to raise They are not the only sneaker or out- *
costumes
planning money
1i
for the same. The girls are planning i ing shoe carried, however. The hop *sfr

i t a season.series of camping trips later in the I is camping stocked accessory with ,very from; woolen conceivable outing .-,, ;t4t I -r -d.

served stockings to angora tamo'shanters "
i Delicious refreshments were '
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: by Mrs. Roberson. !I I The Prescription Drug Store* I -+
y .The next meeting will be held again .

,:.... ;, at Mrs. Rober on's Wednesday afternoon FALL FASHIONS. I"
at 4 o'clock, and all\ the membersare

urged to be present. I "Extreme height is a 'note of the I

I -' new fall models," says the Millinery i Pure Drugs l-
Rush-Palmer. -k Trade Review. "And this does not rE

; Mr. J. E. Rush of this city, and I 1| mean that there wil not be any flat I Il
Miss Annie Palmer of Kent silk and velvet fruits
England. trimings, as
t ; were married Tuesday morning at, I II l 1 and flowers give promise for fall. I' Necessity ( :

8:80 in Jacksonville at the parsonage I Coque in its many clever new designs I C are a

: .. of the First Methodist church, and ,I is being shown. Pompons of this mar I .
Came at once to their home in Kis- 1 terinl in bronzed effect the shape of .

slmmee. Mr. Rush met his bride four: i #kd .. an artichoke, are immensely clever.'I ,, You should .choo.. them with .
; years ago on board steamer bound being placed on too top of a rather great carp because It oft<-n happens ; f ,j V.
I life fit -tulH 4 _
for Havana, Cuba, at which time she: I II .1 high crowned hat in clusters. of two on the that quality a human or the p DruK-" '-. Miii'i ..

was making! a tour of the world. I -,. -.- ....... or three. Every* dtuff or medicine, uncd I tu ,, \\I I lb 7 ;/
. iu-; Since that time they had been correspondents '-I "Other models show bronzed coque our Proscription epartrm-nt. or _ '.'
of tI", _ _ _ _ ------
and their acquaintance* MOI1AIII SUIT forming military pompons accompanied sol, and most <
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?. was recently renewed when she 'came by a high, fancy effect. Curled ] In AnnTjra and Europe "!:<.

over from ,England. The gown: shown h\re is an especially coque} In black, white and all the smart TANOO CAP. AMD NEW TEST. Iurlty In DrUgs I. n .(.a.llaa _
&,. Mr. and Mrs. Rush are at liom on ]] ubeful model for outing wear, vw shades for fall are well thoughtof. motto with UN. We want \ ''II

Mabbette stret. whether one wishes to 150 yachting, Manufacturers of ostrich feathers In gulmpe fashion keep In place better to doctor'a have the orders hrnt will or >nom>e uselesH V'ut unfena fllu. with, (1""."I ,III I, ty. \\ will ,",'
4; -+-- :; desires to play tennis or indulge in the are showing numbers of new effects' than otherwise. Tbe front fastening nil all prescriptions frtrm nil doctors our .pn., ." s ." I"Kltt #,

Pounds-New. many recreations of the season. The for fall, which include burnt effects in I i Is beld visibly with snap fasteners.

Jloyl shortstop on the Kis- I suit is up to the minute in regard to high fancies. The fall season always {I Tbe flare collar and the V front are In See Our Window Display of SoapsWe l
"
Pou1Idsf is cut lines that demand for ostrich i
strong-
\ aimme I team, and Miss Lucy style features!, yet .on; makes the tbe top of tbe mode. Tbe little cap of

New, of Champaign 111., were married make it oonvenient and comfortable. er, and good results are expected. white net and blue ribbon tnay tenia carry the biggest and most complete Iii," of lilich, grade toilet ,
in Sanford. The material used is mohair and wool, soaps In the city. No matter' what your favrttIrani. miiI.I., -w.. have ,'
; Monday evening I a fabric to be recommended on account TABLE FOR SICK-ROOM. as a dance or a bouse cap. It. Our price vary from 10 cents to (2 SO a cake II'
Mr. and Mrs. Pounds' marriage was I Black I
of its dust qualities.
They went to Orlando shedding >ure Olive. Castile. Including rackets' Taric. llent for
4t a runaway. and white bone buttons trim the gar I Take three grocery boxes, about waah cloth _. ______ -_-__-__ Ilk"hampoo'I .. ..___ 35e .
and I .uu. ;
with another couple HORSE.A .
::$ runaway expected model has straight { thirty inches long and six or seven AN INTELLIGENT __ nogers &
ment. The a plain, Jap Rose, a very sweet aoap see Uallet Imported from VI

,fr. < ', t bride's to father"be married got on there the ,track but as they the skirt and with Norfolk jacket below, hung the belt.froma 'I' back inches and.deep tack, stand them on together end, back takethirci to story I ii being-told of the intelligence I Jerg-en'e Violet Glycerine __u lOe \Voodbury's Paris. .,- Kaclal;- .Soap -==:=_36 JWe ft

motored to Sanford and were married yoke, pockets = ;o1 these I of a': horse belonging to a rustic Palm Olive. a famous toilet Cut I cur a Medical and Toilet f
and nail to the side
one soap ______________ 1oCaahmere > Soap -l .
Mull. It losta nmn. ------ ----
tbere.t.., I twe put two little shelves in each one Scotchman of Ardow Nadlne Flesh !Soap =:====:=== 3O:
( .ADaulnl' incident in connections COLORED GLOVE TIPS. and managing to get out of ouque----------- Ito '
and will have a very handy little shoe ; Mary Garden extra fin. for '
w1th 'the mania occurred the next cabinet you for the bedside or in any bed- the field where it ,wa gracing, traveled Have you u.ed Pe&rs IB and so* toilet) _______----_________,: ,

3t nlrfat,.after the Xiutaunee ball team The tips of many gloves are. col; roonu' Tack linoleum on top and put a considerable distance to a blacksmith We also carry a complete line of all brands of shaving soaps. /I ,
ee had played la Sanford, when Catcher ored. Occasionally the inside.sections. curtain. around this sides. Can lay ,-who was astonished to find the
A. "Taylor'wa' mistaken /of the groom of the Angers are ot a different-color, a pretty cover over linoleum. Will hone standing In front of the door

and rt d.-'"Tayjorgot' off-the: train Cray or
at Winter Park to peak: to iSIs moth the exclusion, of' the white gloves.. .so I small dishes old cloth and things shod and galloped back' borne quite

er 'when friend* waiting forve, sight long popular. \ '+. needed rhile sick. tc. ., cont.nted. ,. ,. + .. (INCOKfOKATKD) .
of Mr. andMr ? cU-mlatook'I:.,- -- -, ,. '( "c --- OrRAQSDALBS.. Free and Mgr. 4 .
,fortWftd and JUm a joyous 5iiunhtad; State mints mad 186- J,The area'of corn harvested in the ,
,
'Jor *. gave On. playground New York Cit)I ..... 4rJDI PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORK. I'll aDel* :
'!:". .. Tgreetinc.. v. ...* 'r #' occupies a site Valued at $1,800,000.- 2171 I coins,,worth:$87,496,630,, last UniUd States Uta.was.106,820,000 .
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FRIDAY JULY 24. 114 THE: ,KISSIMMEE VALLEY; GAZETTE PAGE 5. ,

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, THE. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ''Mr...:. and MrL-:E. L. Overstreet have Rev",; J. W. Austin'..of Haines City, GOOD ROAD MEET e ,;

..t ; (Telephone No. ED' Green returned Springs.from a two week. ouling. -at and Was looking here this, after week: matters visiting connects relative i ST, CLOUD ,GROWERS RECENT. ARRIVALS :-i AT ATLANTIC.BEACH. .

,Published* By with his .;,..,.... I.u .
Every Friday church w.ork. .
: Jacksonville J. P. .....JIClarbol1' \ f
returned Fernan-
Nelson Russell :
,w.. U. HARRIS. FORM -ASSOCIATION AT. THE.HOTEISGraystona (
,1 dine Tuesday after a two week'vacation Edgar Katz,.Ike Adams and E.:" C.. ,'.of.the Florida StateGood +A I
.y : .with his mother-in this city.; Dusenberry went down to Lakeland I Roads Association. has been. busyworking "
'
( ,, forth* big meeting to be heldat
Tuesday to attend the ball game be '"*
'Mf a, Norma Griffin returned home twen Lakeland and Palatka. '. The St. Cloud truck and fruit growers Atlantic Beach July 24th and '25th.,
; I Monday after a visit with relativesIn have become imbued, with the idea. E. J. Hancock, Jacksonville; W. S. New circular aixr being mailed, outlining urN. t,
: WeatherReportl New Smyrna.. -i' Miss Ethel Roberson returned I of co-operation and on last Saturday Scholr Detroit; A. H. Hutchinson At.* the 'work to' be. done at thismeeting '
met and formed a associa lanta; W H. Brokaw, Orlando;' N. *and ureInlr'a large'\attend-'*
Thursday from Cairo Ga., where sh t growers ,. .
Miss of New York Davis c '
is
Ackerman has been tion. eGorgia: W. G, Harding, St. ance. '
.
Following are the daily tern visiting' her sister Mrs. Russell in relatives: spending some time wit I The meeting, was held in the city I.quiaC.; B. Buckley, Lee MlLean; The legislative! committee will also

peraturea and precipitation as this, city. hall, and after the object were ex Fred Hill. Narcoossee; R. L. Ivey, D. hold their meeting Friday, and it is

reported by the Government < Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woodall have Mrs. J. M. Bryan has returned tel I Frost and discussed, Captain L. D. "Baltimore>E. Riddle. Jacksonville McNeil{; O. S. Martin, expected will draft some kind of redo et
moved that ; J. A. Cocoa; C. ut ions relatives to the Highway Commission -
a
station at Kissimmee fdr theI" returned from a visit to points in her home in Jacksonville after a visit t permanent organization V. Hardwick
wih her sisters Mrs. C. A. Carson arid d i : be formed and officers Huggins, J. C. Tampa; bill, which will be brought up
week ending July 23, 1914: Georgia and South Carolina. \ V. B. Sipe R. V. Keeble C M. II
Mrs. B. B. Pimpson. sleeted 1 ,_The motion carried, and the Tampa at the next sessioli of the Legislature.
.; Maz.Min.Rain Mr. .and Mrs. John Chapman left following were elected as officers: Duport, A. L. Hunt, genansvllle; II. Members of the Florida legislature

Friday _____.__ 92 70 Monday for an extended visit to pointsin Mrs. J. T. Rhodes, of Haines City',, President, E. L. James; vice-president C. harper M.Loughman; I. H.Switterfand Burt?Jr.. have been invited to express their
Georgia. in the L. D. Frost; Secretary and treasurer, Tampa; S. Movemen. views, and strong hopes are held forth i
1pent.Wedne8day shopping
city
; Sunday ___u__ 94 72 J. A. Grimm. Fla.; W. T. Gould! G. A. Hall. Atlanta for this bill. -
______ 94 70 Scott Souders returned Wednesdaj' Mrs C. P. Fuller, Mrs. W. A. Ful-
Saturday Miss Mattie Bandy left Wednesday from Chicago. where he has been forBorne The following enrolled] their namesas ; ,
Monday _______ 97 72; for points in Minnesota, Illinois and time members: E. L. James L. D. Frost, ler, Chas. Douglas' C P. Fuller Tam- Dr. J. R. More was greeting his ,
\ ;. ____u 91 70 1.51 Tennessee. H. Phipps, J. Starr Anderson, J. A. pa; W. E. Ferris, Tampa; A. II. Sum rnaijy Kissimmee friends 7e terday.
Grimm, Thomas Brooks, J. H. Davis mers, Memphis; R. E. Dryden Atlanta Doc has. ben in the drug business In '
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___ 87 70 Mrs. W. B. Crawford and !liJlle! s !
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. Vivian and Mildred Lee and Miss Vet G. W. Taylor, H. E. Hedrick. J. H. ; A. O. Martin, Sanford; J. C. Rom- St. Petersburg for some time, but recently -
'uueSdaY:; _____ 88 70 Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf I Parker left Thursday for Asheville,, Cummins, John Nelson, Mr. Thomas, age, Lakeland; G. R. Paschel.. Jack sold out and moved to Clear-
George: Ferryman, R. E. Slawson and sonville; A. B. Tauce. Mrs. S. E. F. water, which he says is the coming
Mrs. Morgan Bass and baby, of N. C., where they will upend a few Pd. Haskins Francis I). haskins. Orlando
Ely. town of the west coast.
weeks and then York. +:
Mulberry, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. tro on to New C. ii. Murphy, Lakeland Frank
11111111111111111111111111 I A motion also prevailed to becomes ; ; e
George Bass ___ ,
of Cartman, J. H. Earley, Jacksonville;
the Florida Growers' and
part
Mrs. Georgia G'. Parker who hat
. J. W. "Harris is spending the weekin been a patient at Dr. T. k? River'sh08pital. Shippers' LeagueFINE H, D. Moore. Chicago. v

: \ ; THE: LOCAL HELD.W : I Lakeland helping with the Dutton- has sufficiently recovered tc Manhattan.M. A.
Harris shoe sale. permit her to return to her home Tues BANKING HOUSE H. Bowler. Jacksonville; W. E.
day..: Whyte. Chicago; J. E. Snowden,' Ti-
1111111111111111111111111. Gus Smith has returned to Lake- One of the finest bank buildings tusville; II. A. Regar, Tampa; B.

." I land after a few days visit with his J. McPhatter reports the. sale oi, to be found irt a city of five thousand Bundy, O. H. ttridge, Crozy Robinson -
H. Brokaw. with riffing Brothers sister Mrs. W. W. Carson. residence on Bryon street, owned b y' inhabitants anywhere in theo II. E. Hawkins, N. Collirm. Scotjy ;

.the tree people. 40tf W. M. Breckenridge and J. L. Breck- Fred Gilbert, to J. C. Nelson; also United States, is the new home of the Cooler. Kid Hunter, Lew Barston, Jim J

C. D. Carroll was a visitor to the ,-enridge left Tuesday for St. Louis lots on Hughey, owned by Mr. Hens-. First National Bank at Fort Myers, Browning, Tubby Price, S. K. Bron-
City Saturday. and other ley to B.. F. Miller. Florida. This handsome new build- son. C. H. Rennedy. .Holden. Roy
points. ingwas: just< completed at a cost 'of Kulp, PalaCka; I. L. Mathews, Lux- w

G. Huppel of Orlando, was in the Messrs. Johnson and Griffin of Miss Ernestine Brown, of Campbell,I $60,000. The new building is constructed ora, Ark. John R. Young; Carters-I r
city this week. Fitzgerald, Ga., are the guests of Mr. spent yesterday in Kissimmee, having- of Indiana limestone with a ville, a.; E. E. Brantly, J. N. Heod, E.
and Mrs. T. W. Ellis. come up to attend the birthday part base of eGorgia granite. The interior F. Hilton, N. A. Rice, E. D Rice,
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. I of her friend Miss Susie Bell. trim is mahogany and Skyros marble. Loughman; Walter Green. New York
1 Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf R. O. Meek, business manager of i V City; A G. Garviss, W. S. ePrt, Paul 0'' ,4 4Don't
the Fort Meade Leader, was transact- : Miss Sallie Taylor of Orlando visited PALACE DRUG STORE Lucas, J. C. Collins, N. S, Cliter
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Bandyon ing business in Kissimmee Tuesday. at the home of Mrs,'E. L. Lesley HAS NEW PHARMACIST Loughman; J. T. O'Berry, Campbell; welter in a hot kitchen I 1.,
July 19th, a daughter. Sunday. She was accompanied by M. J. Spencer and wife, Cula Vista, this summer. Com in and see
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,I Little Miss Vivian Floyd is spend- Little Miss Virginia Lesley, who. hat Cal.; Leon D. Lamb. St. Cloud; F. W. our full line of t
M. P. Tindall, of Narcoossee, was ing the week with her grandmother, fully recovered.Mrs. The Palace Drug Store has a. com- Hill, Narcossee; G. Huppel. Oralndo;
in the city last Saturday.R. Mrs. S. G. Barber at Boggy Creek. petent new pharmacist in the person F. C. Lovel, Apopka; Mrs. L. R. Kea '

G. Floyd made a business trip to Misses Elizabeth and Anne Carsonare I Andrew Johnson arrived Wednesday of Mr. H. T. O'Brien who comes to II Jacksonville; G. C. Bowen, J. B. Carlton FLORENCEOil k
Tampa Wednesday. "from Columbus, Ohio, where Kissimmee this'week to take charge Ft. Meade;-Louie rant. New York-
visiting at the Carson ranch near she has ben visiting her sister, to be of the prescription department of i ilk
Mr. F. H. Burns of Narcoosee was Canoe Creek this week. with her husband, who is seriously ill the Palace. Cook Stove
in the at the Rivers hospital in this city. Mr. O'Brien has been connected .
city Thursday.
Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chisolm and .
with the Merck drug store of Orlando DR : J. c. DAVISthe tor the t.eer-
baby have returned from a two weeks -+= - -
C. T. Ansley made a business trip and St. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mach and since the first oS the year. lie hails
Pass--a-Grille
to Tampa Wednesday; outing spent at Misses Thelma and Doris .Dann were from Bridgeport Conn. and has had well knownOptometrist The finest oil stove made. Fully

Petersburg. I IJr. the guests of J..S. Segar of Ocoee years of experience in his chosen guaranteed. Whether you have n
1 "A: P. of St Cloud Mrs. Mach driving the
Applegate was i Sunday, party profession.
} M. J. Hicks returned from decided to buy an oil stove or
a visitor in the this line.
let show
not, us you
the Palace Drug Store under the
,
J. Whidden of Fort Meade was with his family. He reports Mrs. Mrs, E A. Lancaster, Miss Ethel management of Mr. Sam Ragsdale, has returned to his home office Absolutely reliable-simplest to ---
in the city on business this week. Hicks improving.:. Gilbert, Mr. Gregory, Mr and Mrs.C. has force I '
a competent of efficientmen. c
'ru
operate.
L. Bandy and son, Richard, returned PARK HOTELwhere
.
; Pr J. C. Davis is in the city again 1
6 or 6 doses fififl will break any case Sunday from Coronada where ,
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents. after a business trip covering the he will test free and sell
they spent a few days. eyes '
towns between Sanford and Fort WANTED TO RENT-Five or six' glasses for a few weeks. Headache W B. Makinson Go ,
Miss Ruth Overstreet has returned Myers. J. K. Hilliard left Saturday for a room cottage to permanent tenant. cured with glasses.
from a visit to Mulberry.Ira business trip to Tampa and also to Give location and price. Address Phone 123 '*>-
Mrs. R.. A. Wiley, Miss Blanch
nee Work Guaranteed and Prices Reas-
:
visit Mrs. Milliard who is at Dr. Gilbert's "TENANT, Care Gazette ,
Bass and family have gone to Lancaster arrived in the city Tuesday will return onable.
sanitarium. He '
Green Springs to spend a few weeks. From Beaumont, Texas, to spend t i.t .
sometime with relatives. Monday. ----- --- -

6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case E. O Garland, late manager: of.: the I R. W. Meiklejon was up from his GO WHERE YOU PLEASE
of Fever Chills. Price 25 cents.
or ranch for a day or so this week, and
,
Kissimmee Furniture company returned -
Jno. A. Blackwell, the Ashton tur- to his home in Lakeland states that his horses are doing fine.- EAT WHAT YOU PLEASEThat rs
Tie returned to the ranch yesterday
I
in the city Tuesday. Tuesday.B.
pentine man. was
Frank Vans Agnew
accompanied by Stanford's I
Pickering, of Montana.' who re- who will spend a week with him. I stanford's I ; '
'cntly purchased the Hansel place on is what you can do if you takeDodson's ,
j Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Boyer and
Patrick street, is 'preparing to make Liver Tone. Many
people
William of St. Louis, Mo., arrivedin
: Horses Mules son ,
and some improvements on his property. Kissimmee Tuesday and have decided know the danger of calomel, yet they a
j Misses Lola and LottieLawler, returned to make their''' permanent home take it because they know of nothing Our line of of Woolens for the

home Tuesday from Arcadia here. They are stopping temporarilywith better. Other people are not afraidof
a and their sister Mrs. E. F. Mrs. W. H. Farmer. 'ft
It',1t brought calomel, because they do not un-

Childers, with them for a visit. Captain and Mrs. H. M. Breaker derstand what a dangerous drug it is 41,

E. L, Hinckley is in Lakeland for will leave Sunday for Chattanooga, Because it has never hurt them, they Fall and Winter-
'Tenn., to spend a few weeks among .
several weeks to assist in divposin believe it never..will.No .
their old friends and neighbors. While
ol the stock of the Kissimmee Furniture
fo. away the captain'will put )in his'time one needs to take dangerous calomel J- '' ,

boosting this section. (which ia just another form of season will. meet with the approval..
R returned to Kisslmmee ,
J. .
Geiger )
this week. after completing his postgraduate Ind.Wm., arrived T.Vail in and Kissimmee family of Saturday LaPorte, mercury J. Z. Roberson sells ''Dodson's Liver of the. wearers' of high-class .made- .
in of
work the University
and have taken possession of the Tone for fifty cents a bottle'and guar .
Chicago.! I property known as the Shake Rag antees that>it takes the place of calo to-measure clothes.

Rev. and Mrs. Hackett and school house, which he purchased mel. .
W.. J. McCrackenWill er Ruth, of St. Cloud, passed daught-\\ through H. M. Breaker & Co. I Dodson's Liver Tone is a pleasant- .
taken arefll
the city Monday en route tasting vegetable remedy that livens Every measurement -
Griffin returned home
sachusetts to visit relaives. Laurance up the liver" withou causing any restriction -
arrive today ( Friday ) from Monday from New Smyrna where he I of habit or diet. ,lt.has none I Every garment guaranteed ,to fi
Mrs. S. H. Bullock left Thursdayfor spending the past two of the many bad after-effects of calo- .
Nebraska with Coronada, Where she will be the weeks with relatives. He was accompanied mel and is safe for children as well .
a guest: of Mrs. II. C. Stanford for a home by Bert Fuller, who will as grown-ups. x
We old
for time I are holding our customers
few days.J. be his guest some I You don't run a single risk when ,

CARLOADof D.] Jeffords and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. WalteV. Nelson' spent *you try Dodson's Liver Tone, becauseif and are gaining new ones with this
you aren't en"rely satisfied all ;
returned home Tuesday from I'alatka, Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Horace you
:N Horses and Mules where they were called by the sickness Woodali in Lakeland. They motoredto need to do is go right back to where line. Ask about it.
bought it and have us
and death of their father. Their I Tampa Sunday and Mr. and. Mrs; 'you your money i
many friends in this city and else- Nelson returned to the city Monday. ''cheerfully refunded to you with a

l DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM I where 'sympathize with them in their i smile. Isn't that fair?
I loss Joseph Griffin left Wednesday for -- -- --
s I I his home in Wichita, Kansas. Mr. .iSr4S OS } >t H. C. STANFORD CO.
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Griffin expects to return in Decem- ; j
ber and has arranged for his fine CHURCH NOTICES. iOOOOOoHOO
fruit orchard in Park Gardens to be ,
-- -<9 The Place Where You Get That "Royal Tailor" Loo J- cared for in his absence.

Mrs. G. F. Parker returned this BAPTIST. r .
week from an absence of several There will be services at the Baptist -- --- -:-

weeks spent at various points in church as usual Sunday morning and I .
Georgia and Rlorida. She was ac night, conducted by the pastor, Dr. A. .
OLIVER'S companied home by her niece, Miss J. Holt. Subject: "lie that puttethhis i When You Buy Shoe at Dutton-

i Charlotte McMuray, of Jacksonville,,, hand to the plow and looketh back Harris Co.You Save Money pair ;
who will spend some time visiting her. it not fit for the Kingdom." ,I Ir every
I | In the evening the subject will be
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Paulk and "Whither goest thou." Neither sermon -
Suitatorium of Cairo Ga., will exceed minutes in .
daughter Myrtle, arrived thirty
x Pr Prd I in' the city yesterday morning,, length. Come. COME TO THIS EXCLUSIVE y'I7
having been called here by the serious I
illness of Mrs. G. W. Bass Mrs. METHODIST."The .
d MANY ARE JOINING OURuitClub Paulk's mother. Mr. and Mrs. 1'aulk necessity of a well poised life," Shoe StoreNOW

are former residents of Kissimmeeand I will be the subject for discussion! at ;il -_ . .
their many friends are delightedto the Methodist rhurrh at the morning i
have them with us again yen fora I hour newt "Sundayt the .evening;:
$ brief visit. Mr. Paulk is one of the i, houi "Friend' t.Jp" All) cordially invHed ;; and get -the latest style in high or low cut Shoes. No' j

leading: merchants qf Cairo. ,, \
matter how exacting or fastidious you maybe, your ;

I An attractive bungalow is being LAYMEN'S! UNION AT SHINGLE I '
new taste will be suited. Here will find the newest combinations
Do you realize just what it means to belong to this Club ? Let us you
built for Mrs. M A. Geiger on CREK :
say for example that you have one suit premed every week. Our price Verona street within a block of the Twelve fifteen mcmlof the I II of Fabrics and Leathers in a wealth of styles.A .
i for cleaning and pressing a suit is 75 cents, or $3 for the four suits. I or )
court house. Mrs. Geiger is visitingin I Laymen's Union went' to Shingle: I
But if you join our Club you can get four suits; 'and an extra pair of North Carolina at this time. but her 'Creek Thursday: night: to conduct a careful selection of one of our Standard Shoes with the intelligent l-

trousers, cleaned and pressed, for only $1.50. Again, all your clothing new home will be ready'for occupancy special service at the Shingle Creek' assistance of a capable salesman here, will simplify the Shoe o
-; worries end the minute you join. We call for your garments and upon her return in September.Miss church W. H. Jones, president of the : Problem for you. .

!t press them back into their original perfect shape, and remove every Imo Morrow will return Sat- uni.JYI, led the service and the union I ;
2w spot and stain without the least injury to the cloth. Look at these quartette gave two selections. ; been
urday from M. A. C. in Lansing, Never before has the success of the costume so dependent
, r' prices and.then come an(J join right now and save money. ,
Michigan where she has been spend-
J ,. LAYMENS MEETINGDoes I on the Shoes which accompany it. .
. ing the past two years taking a

Suit, Club Prices be"Home accompanied Economics"home course.by her She brother will so, come your out |soul to the need Pastime reviving theatre? If A glimpse of the new models in our window (be sure to see the

; Earl, who has ben visiting relatives Sunday afternoon at three o'clock and new bronz ). will show you their cocrectac :"
hear Dr. Lawler make fifteen minute
months in a -
and friends the past two
r 4 Suit and extra pair of Trousers________________ Per Month $1-50 Ohio. talk. It will do you good and
'? Suits _... .. __ Per Month 2.00 encourage the Laymen who are striv- .
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9 Suit ___._.1 ___..-...______..-.__________ Per Month 2J50 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence BUDDen sand ing to enjoy a closer walk with their I Store Open 'Saturdays Until 11 P. M L : /

12 8eiti __..___.-______*_____._-.,.?---.'--.--. Per Month 4.00 son- of Basenger,. spent a fewvdays in Bleued Master These meeting art
'. I Kissimmee shopping this week. Mr. a source of strength and comfort to
These price Include Cleaning pressing and small repairs. Where Bunnell baa a large traction engine the people who" attend and we feel
{ else can yon get so much for year money.OLIVER'S and plow,...with which 'he is engaged greatly blessed -striving to assistin '
'. in breaking up land and pnting it in building God's Kingdom to greater Dutton Harrjso.e Company J Jj t

SUITATOR1UM shape coltrvatiou by contract. Be joy.and happiness. Come out and : tii P iv"

hasllnst finished fifty acresfor McholasHabMy .slat..Jruurood c.seeto.. W'J.1eed.'Ou- .
at Pin. Island, which will and it 1* your Help.'aid. and'

.:.: .;....r.._... Ne. _'1_ .. .+.. .. __ . . 119 ar)1' be- plantad.la' crov*.this) fall and has aisist, In a w JONES .4 . .

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AGE .". THE KISSIMMEE' VALLEY .1 FRIDAY JULY 24 If 14 ,

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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette. Who Wants The Brick. The Goods and" The Customer -


b PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY OFFICE! IN VALLET GAZETTE BCILDINO. Must Be'Brought Together' .
8 K188IMMKK, O3CEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Herewith 'we publish an' editorial from the Pensacola Journal regarding the ,L

contemplated sate of Tallahassee's public', service utilities to'a private corpora : ,
W..B. HARRIS .' . . . .. . , _' Owner tion. Read it: Goods, said,the shrewd. buyer, speak for themselves. If they art fall yaks
,
]i<< e L- .. , a customer can see it If not, he can see that t... 1

BUfSCRIP ION' ... ....... :..... _... H.c... I.
RATER: One COPY. one :y .r..J.- .I.eOn "We) frequently hear, of"' cities acquiring or mitre public Service' \
_p* p copy, ale mont". ."....._-....._._.. 1'_' One.' copy, three month., .,......_._ .40 utilities from private owners, but the proposition one that a city should sell But oalv when the coeds and tlaa.usto.er ARE IN THE SAME PLACE. : '
i any of the public service utilities It already owns is very unusual indeed. THE ONE GREAT PROBLEM BACK OF ALL BUSINESS FOR THE
1 ,V ...ncd All bs communications-tl>. writer. except from our authorUed correspondent, must. be' We find, however, that a sale of this kind is actually being advocated in MERCHANT TO SOLVE is HOW TO BRING GOODS AND CUSTOMERS
Rejected matter will not be returned unless called for. the capital city ofvFlorida, and the Tallahassee True Democrat of that >; ,
4 ? city Is one of -advocates.." Quoting the True Democrat's advocacy TOGETHER. .\
,/ (Entered at the PoitofTIc In KlMtrhmee, Florld'a. second-dais matter.) of the proposed sale, he Journal comments as follows: Aid there is only one way to do iL Amalo10... display. Then send vat
"This is an amazing proposition Indeed. The Journal does not of your invitation by a medium that guarantees to deliTer it. :vAs ,
FRIDAY JULY 24 course,live in Tallahassee, and does not want to be understood as butting business is a public service, yon waat to reach everybody la the. '
1914 your
? into the affairs of that municipality. But the Journal takes a pride in .
which is i
really .
where do business. Hence the advertisement aa
,
--_. .= ==. =.,--------.--- the beautiful and progressive city which fa the capital of its state, and city you .
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we should dislike very much to see Tallahassee take any such backward vitation to come in, look around, be welcomed and buy if you want to.
step as is proposed by the.True Democrat. This determines WHAT the invitation should say and to WHOM ifkkoald'' |
The Idea of turning over the water, gas and electric- plants, already IM
.;, / owned by the city, to a private corporation is out of keeping with mod- go. To this end the following fad solves the problem: *' 'j
Has The Editorial Lost Its Punch ? ern municipal progress. The trend nowadays, where these utilities are OF THE VALLEY t 4
owned by private corporations, is to get them back again into the con- A LARGER.PERCENTAGE. OF THE CIRCULATION :
trol or ownership of the cities. GAZETTE IS CONFINED TO KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY THAN if
Is There Real Free Press ? Pensacola had an experience under private ownership with her THAT OF ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER. THIS MAKES ITS ADVERTISING ,<,Jf
': a water supply system. Pensacota finally got possession of the system COLUMNS OF SPECIAL VALUE TO THE LOCAL MERCHANT AND TO t;
.' herself and it was THE MOST PROFITABLE AND SATISFACTORY
INVESTMENT THE CITY EVER MADE. It is only to be regrettedthat THE ADVERTISER OF ANY GOODS SEEKING TO REACH THE KISSIM '
g Fifty years ago or more when newspapers were printed on small hand presses Pensacola does not own her lights and power system as jell as'her MEE MARKET. ':

and the editor of the paper was the whole staff the editorial was a great power. waterworks system. Being an up-to-date newspaper, the Valley Gazette is equipped to handle ?,

People read editorials because there wasn't much else to read, consequently the The jeopardize idea that the a city's bond credit issue has for no these basis public in business utility improvementswill logic. Those your advertising even to the extent of writing your invitation.' L.. 1* J.

r editor was the "cock of the walk" in his community. He formed the opinionsof utilities are revenue producers and the -bonds which they ,carry can Suppose yon invite our copy writer to inspect your store with the id T'ef '"
have no possible effect on the city's credit in the sale ,of bonds for its analyzing your selling problem for yon-then let him write your advertisement;
all who read after him. He was greater than his paper. If he died the other .
proposed improvements.We and watch results. t/G',
paper died, if not literally at least in influence. sincerely-trust that the good people of our capital city will not Why not invite' him today? f #--:.." .:
be misled by any such shallow argument into relinquishing the ownership -
With the coming of the high-speed Webb press, the telegraph, the world- of these important-- and profitable public service utilities." - --- __n____ ::1.1
wide..newl-gathering and the and distribution - y' r $M
agencies rapid delivery systems,
MEMBER
CREED OF WOMAN SUPT. SHEATS IS "AGIN"WOMANS \
the-newspaper-vorW changed dust t-.as-invention t has clt4 ."aU-oll:linof JtJsJxgr ttaWclKaUhep opl j9LFJojridacities be.fooled by .subsidized 1
>ng x can ? _..1NDUSTRIALCn 0 N .__ __ SUFFRAGE,
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; industry. The editorial writer is no longer greater than the paper: that employs newspapers in voting away their public utilities and handing them .into the 'J.a
:'f him. He die but the will the hands of a small number of men whose aim is to exploit the municipality to Here follows the social creed of Mrs.J. The following extracts from the :+ '
can He isn't missed. I
paper go on same as ever. the limit. Borden Harriman, named by Presi- Associated Press report of the proceedings -. V

:l' With this change the influence of the editorial writer has gradually waned Such a preposterous proposition couldn't be "put across"anywhere else,, dent Woodrow Wilson as the representative of the National Educational J ?
of the women and children of '
Association at St. pual, has a ,
;r:, until today he fills a minor part in the making of a successful newspaper. The and we don't understand why New York capital has selected Florida cities for America on the great industrial rela- interest to Floridians. The peculiar r.-- I'; .

{ reason for this 11 self evident. easy marks. Why cfbn't these same gentlemen try to secure the municipally tions commission which is just beginning port says: }; '
; owned water works, gas and electric lighting plants of Northern and Western I a three-year investigation of the Only one incident marred the harmony .. 4'
V'I In the olden days the editor was usuallya man of strong character. Take cities. mat-adjustment between capital and of today's meeting. When IL I
Why?
'; labor in the United States: 0 ThompsonUniversity of Ohio : '
Garrison Greely and Grady as examples. They were forceful and uncompromising The truth of the matter is that wherever public ownership has been intro- "I believe in women in industry. chairman of the resolutions committee -, ", '

'j and battled for what they considered right and just. | duced and tried under conditions reasonably favorable it is so satisfactory that I "I belie 'e that the efficient wonjan had finishedthe report pertain :
I the would under should be paid exactly as much as the ing to woman suffrage, W. N. Sheets '
+ Editors of this had people not return to private ownership any consideration. t
,, type a message to deliver and delivered it to their efficient !
of Florida
man leaped his feet.
tp
They getting better service lower cost than they did under .
are at a ever private
i I people with all the power, eloquence and'Imagination at their command. "I believe that there are certain m.ployrnents" "I want to know"'what the committee s''
I ownership, and you don't have to go any further than Jacksonville to prove in which women are more means by political equality of ':
There was no business policy to heed, no business to into the'''
manager tip-toe this assertion. efficient than men. the 'sexes," he shouted. ''I
.editorial: sanctum and whisper "That story is dangerous, cut it." The editor There isn't a sane idea that can be advanced against public ownership. 1 It "I believe in the payment of a "Any man that docs not know" ,

'"tip was a free spirit who believed in expressing his thoughts and ideas in a free i gives full and complete service to all the people instead of only those living i' living wage to all men and women the what kindergarten political equality of American means is in i

t". manner, and because of this fact:; he always was and remained a power: I where the population justifies the immediate payment of dividends on overvalued I' will-the support man's wages himself,to his be wife such and as tics," retorted Thompson with. poll- 1)j,.'

,.. bonds and watered stock. three children so that the children "As a representative of the south 3:
; Today the average editorial writer on a daily newspaper is employed not Public ownership gives practical uniformity of rates, dispensing with secret may remain ir "chool 'Until the age I cannot but present the protest of *a
because le has a message to deliver but because he can take up the usual run rebates and discrimination in favor of certain individuals or corporations.The of Ifi. against woman suffrage," persisted '*
Sheats.His last words died amid
::+ of news and comment on it to the extent of two columns a day or more. He general experience of cities has been that the profits from the operationof "I believe child labor must be absolutely storm of laughs and loud applause a '.y,'
-E the office these utilities have reduced much of the present burden of taxation. abolished. greeted the of the resolu-'
comes to every day knowing that he is expected.to "grind out" a "I believe in motherhood pensionsas : passage j
,1, These utilities are public in their nature and essentially monopolistic in tion. e .
column of editorial : the solution of the child labor
or two matter. After going the exchanges he sits
over From this it is quite evident that >,
their character. For this the should -
reason people own them and get the bene- problem. '
down to a rattletrap typewriter and bangs out so'much editorial opinion. He "I believe home work the distinguished head of Florida's ,i
fits derived from the ownership. And don't overlook this important point- for women public school system is opposed to v
:t- does it every day at so much per week-hence dull heavy tiresome editorials The people create all value. If there were no people to be served' there wouldbe and the children interest must of the be workers forbidden and bothin in plan whereby a woman school teacher any- ';,

that nobody reads except the suffering proofreader and the office cat. no public utilities. Why shouldn't they enjoy the benefit of the 'value they the interest of the public."I I might ever become a superintendent a
of public instruction i Invthis ilstate. '::
There are perhaps a f few exceptions to this rule. Arthur Brisbane of the create.Is believe in the establishment ofa .-Pensacola Journal. r .
there a newspaper in the state that has the nerve to say otherwise. If national employment bureau, with
Hearst, newspapers is one. Brisbane is clever enough to say to his readers just branches in all the states, issuing a -- fHen '
sit trot out But don't have brick-and its loadedtoo.
your argument. forget we a
i f what the of the national daily job report, showing 1. rare. ....-mltr f.r ?.. t.l.
} majority readers think. That's! why he is editor. The .
I'j a great We expect to use it against the first small or big defender who in this just where employment in the various art a u..* .f T... Owe "
'H't Average man thinks that he is a. mighty fine fellow and Brisbane believes in twentieth century has the nerve to fight for these Northern capitalists who are industries can be had and which

Jelling him so. Brisbane praises the policeman the fireman the butcher the grabbing off the public, utilities of Southern cities. shall be as widely published as the .
daily weather .!
report No DoWn
baker and the candlestick maker. He talks to working girls and mothers "I believe in unions for all men and Money

i about daily affairs, about schools and babies, about a future life about every Good Times Coming be women trusted workers to be, because altogether no class fair can in _____ v ..'i .....*

t little thing that enters into the dull lives of the majority. Brisbane knows dealing with another class."I i "

what it takes to get readers and that is what he wants. A paper without si believe in woman suffrage But
Five Years
I think should seek Time
women to gain
t readers doesn't amount to much when Mr. Hearst or one of his candidates is According to government figures this year's crop will be worth at least the. vote by efficient work and- the ,
10000000000. demonstration of their fitness for it ';
seeking political favor from the majority.
f It is difficult to grasp the full meaning of this huge amount of wealth. rather than promoting sex- antagon- 01... I'. eaa.ere .f Five cad Ts -aer.
:Brisbane also knows the timnlatiag and 1)f fans Tract la LIBERTY ,PARK t. partte
.Imaginative power a picture on Of the 33.000,000 engaged in1 '
productiv the
i persons 'industry entire "I believe that irregularity 'of wk will ...r.Y. ...' lead. ,!. e'*.
the ordinary mud-tke mudJkat thinks \through its eyes-and he employs the country as reported in the last United States census 12,000,000 are employedon ployment-the slack'season-is em-a pfesJ sty t. KI....._ a ..... .....1''

highest priced artists in the world to prepare pictures to illustrate text He the farm. great moral wrong which, has !got ..... "

works on the correct theory that if you can get a reader interested in a picture-- Fancy the increased ability to buy necessary commodities; that this golden to be righed. With Such Chance
t harvest will bring to these millions. And when they begin to buy all the wheels a 7* '
perhaps you can coax him to read what under.the He is of the
r is picture. one I St. Petersburg-Morrlsey, Bouly &:
I of industry and trade are set in motion ; thousands-of idle men are called Co., reported to have the .. tkl. y.. .... .<>.. Ow. Year Ow. <.
few editors who today force in the field where are con-
are a they And this .
labor. yet back to work; money begins to circulate and everybody from the common tract lately let for the extension of H..e I. tae moct Favored. Seetlem ..t.oFlo..ld. .
; '" once powerful editor is losing his hold upon the people. I laborer to the owner of industry wears the smile that wont come off. the Tampa & Gulf Coast R; R. from .. "':11'.

The truth.of the matter is that people's opinions are formed mostly by the I Truly the entire economic structure rests upon the success or the failure of miles.Bellaire to St. Petersburg, about 15 Write -or roll o. H. M. BREAKER A ; ,
the farmer. If(.the farmer all CO.. KII.._. Florida.
\'r news columns. That is why large corporations employ high priced publicity prospers we prosper.
If I With this $10,000.000,000 of new wealth coming to the nation, fully one --- --- --- --- -- =- - -
agents to prepare special "news" stories concerning their interests. It is the I half of which will go directly into the pockets of the farmers, who in turn will

., ?. duty of these publicity agents to have these stories inserted and run as news spend it for the things they need-such as machinery phosphates clothing,

in as many papers as possible. ,I elc.the- -Ihere'country.is no good reason for anybody to feel pessimistic about the futureof BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES !

q ',1 That_ is one reason why you hear so many people cynically remark "Youw I f
a 'r can't believe half that you see in the newspapers." Practically all of the large I '

city newspapers represent a certain interest and their news stories are "colored"
according to the way the interests served want them to appear. Fooling the DOES ADVERTISING PAY? want what of you have to sell, but theyare
weary looking through a hay
people with tainted news (creating public opinion in favor of certain privileges The other day a local merchant elevated stack for a needle. They prefer to I Yellow Pine !
,,1 somebody wants) has been a popular sport, and a big New England corporation, his chin, squared his shoulders, find it in an advertisement. -
who subsidized a Boston paper and one world wide press agency, which serves'I' assumed a belligerent attitude ar.d And they will look in the local pa- .f
of the leading dailies with defiantly told us that "advertising per for the ad.
w many news, are busy right now explaining why the doesn't pay." They will find someone's-but willit

i news was "colored. I lie is still alive,bu.llet us considera be yours ?Bradford County Times. .1

The penny newspaper idea has had more to do in destroying the confidence minute: 00 EVERYTHING- ;}
I A London baronet who manufactures Miami-Tatum Bros., are report. [
a '7 of the people in a free press than any other one thing. The cost of producing I pills has sold part of his real ed to have leased site at 12th St.,
a daily penny newspaper varies from three tp seven cents a copy-according estate for the tidy sum of :SO.OOO.OOO. and Ave. C, 60x120 ft., and interested -
7 ''s'' to. the kind of paper produced and the number of copies published--yet it is I He made it out of the profits of his in organizing trust company to 3

sold (for one penny. The newspaper doesn't get alL/of the penny. The news by business advertising, and he, often built spending that business as high up at erect least building$125,000.FLORIDA; 7. to 9 stories; cost JO BUILD YOUR HOUSE c
who sells the
boy paper gets forty cents out: of every dollar. as half a million dollars a year in -

Money realized from the sale of the penny paper barely covers the cost of printer's ink. '
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while and John Wanamaker, the best known '
the distribution of the
hence the
paper for the
paper- revenue cost
and
most successful merchant in this '
i, k of publishing comes from; other sources.' Where the 'volume of advertising isn't country, made his millions by adver- AND WESTERNMeats -WE HAVE IT ,

large enough to cover the publishing cost somebody has got to "put up," and tising, and said so. 4 .c
k ? ) ,. that somebody is usually a corporation that wants something and is wilBng to The great department stores of the We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of'l g'ii.
country are kept alive by advertising,
aI pay'for it and are coining money by. more ad lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring, Siding Doors, ; -. i
So 'we have newspapers that fight for the railroads, because the railroads vertising. Sash, Shingles Laths Window and Door Frames Moulding. 04of' s
the bills. Others defend You never heard of a large mercantile I, ;
1 ? pay public, utility corporations because the corporations &lll kinds, Framing dressed and rough. Cypress 'a
house' in the country that does Lumber. !
,' pay the bills. Again others are controlled by large advertisers and all not advertise, and advertise heavily.If We also carry a complete line of Brick Lime Cement Paints i
.mews that adversely affects the interests of these advertisers is suppressed a politician wants to make him- ,' ..r
Varnishes and Glass. We '
The truth of the self known to the dear people he uses are able to to furnish you .
matter is that mighty few newspapers are free agent*- ALL KINDS..-AT ALL TIMESWe every. :\
free tell what know. the most effective means-newspaper thing for your house or your barn, from ground \
to they The press may be.free in some respects but its'b publicity. That is advertising.If to roof.,, ;;
'b freedom is restricted when news or editorials..concerning the corporations that a new son arrives at your house carry the Finest Cuts .
supports it are in question. you are keen to have it "put in the and Nicest Meats in the City. c !

Only when the reading public pays for the full cost of publishing a news-" it paper, thereby," where advertising your friends the fact will that see Fresh Poultry'and'Eggs, Fresh I Send for Free Estimate i''

paper will the editor regain his lost prestige, and only then will the newspaper you are walking on eggs. Home Cured Meats. First Class !
again'becorne a worthy factor in molding public opinion and in serving the If the' editor called you a thief in Meat at Rock Bottom figures is
i I! beat interests of. the people. a two-line Item and stuck it away in our policy. Come in and try us. '
the most obscure corner of the .'
J '< As an experiment for creating thought, why not give the editorial colymnsof would you pass it "by in the lapse We will'l be-glad
t.:' :" the paper over to the readers of !the paper. Why not !let every' .TOIl! Dick I that NEVER it '-would 1 You never would be consider noticed T"yourself PARLOR MARKET Contractor.* Estimate.on house bills receive prompt atteotioiJ t "
i .and Harry'in'tie community write his
{ opinion on"any subject;he feels like'expressing defamed before the entire'com .
t t, himself! 10 long as he does-it in decent; 1 language. The ordinary.man's: munity,>and'would paW' up'th.'earth PIKMM44. 117 Broadway. ..
...opinion is just about as good as the editor's, and in a whole lot of matters jt'isrmuch II in your bellowing.. You would be 4
better.*, -ot only too'quick'to concede'at'every i "Vellow a P in8 y'
; "bumber
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jirthere is an-editor;who JsWg ,enough'and bfave enough to-dolthi.:we 'Yea.'advertising-certainly( pa) 't :
;pmt that' inside i of a year"h;r wilt not ony| Wve' the feosr nrt rstfflfr'eJitonaJ( There'is no ad so,small.or'rnalimIJ "l1P' sda.1D. S04 Broadway.J. t t

column'is the country ,but.IM will also have'the largest:circulation list ia!'hit flcant but' what'' '"ftome'tone .la*waiilni- .L'Powera. ,Proprietor. J f'PO-'I'195 :Kissimmee
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HOLDUP: : Florida- Has, .,. Frittered. f GROWERS- AT ,,PORT' .Directors 'Of' 'Fla= BIG PARADE IN v..

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Washington.-Concentration of tim- owners) hold one-third of the land in I Port .Richey, Fla.-About thirty V. ,' .. "
ber lands.in the United States in the the entire State.-* i property owners In the vicinity of Port Jacksonville.-The entire board of
.. ... hands of a few is discussed "Lavish land grants and loose, ill- i I Richey who are interested in trucking directors of the Florida Fire and Casualty i Galneivirie.-The mOlt spectacular "
owners
: : enforced land laws are the historical met at the office o( the Port Rich- Company, thirteen ira number,' street.parade in the whole history of ,
-HOPSON GETS FIVE YEARS. 0 at length in the second and third partsof background of the concentration of 4 Orlando Fla.-H. P. Hopson O, the report of the Bureau of Corporations land and timber ownership shown in Richey rowt'r.' association. The meeting -- Treasurer J. C. Luning who,' with At- night by fully, five thousand people I
0 vrh'o' on June 27 with two companions O on the Lumber Industry submitted this report A study of the present ; war especially for the consideration torney General Thomas) F. West and from all part of Alschua county. .
.. held up the Orlando-I to President Wilson by Com- ownership of 7,380,00 acres of railroad of the growing of peppers and Comptroller W. V. Knott composing The parade"was given in celebration
O Oakland auto-bus and shot OO wagon-road and canal grant lands I egg-plant and this subject was very the Florida insurance commission, helda of the vote of the stockholders and directors ,
three passengers, was sentenced 0 i missioner Daviei. -/ covering most of 'these :particular 'generally discussed. These vege1 joint meeting with the directors of the Alachua County Fair fj
4 to serve five years in the camps 0'Owby i Two men hold 49 per cent of the lands, granted long ago to single cor- '1 tables particularly egg-plant, require Frlday'inorning in the offices of the recently organized, to hold in Gainesville -
Judge T. Picten Warlow. + timber in southwestern Washington, porations, apparently with the idea good citrus land and this is to be company, in their building, corner of this fall perhaps the most ambi-
0 Hopson was convicted by jury O I report'says five men hold 36 that they would be quickly sold to settlers 'found in the Port Richey district. B. Newnan and Forsyth streets' tious county event in Florida, and r
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4 last Saturday. The jury at thelame .0- only 16 per cent are now dis- H. Hermanson, vice-president of the This action was taken because ac- $25,000 capital will be 'immediatelyasked ..
0' time found his two com- .0- in western Oregon; six have 70 tributed in small holdings. Eighty- Port Richey company presided and, cording a letter to one of the atockholden for'to put'the association on a ,
0 ftpnions, J, S. Tyner and M. V. 0O per cent in northeastern California; five\ per cent are owned by the'granteesor !'gave'considerable Information on the' from. Treasurer Luning. the' firm financial) basis. p
'Shirley, not guilty. Sentence 0 ten have more than half in the red- their successors or by large timber proper growing of these crops having examiners had found the capitat-tock The Elks of Gainesville\ Were in line
0 was passed after Judge Warlow O wood area, and in north'central Idaho holders. Of 82,5;000 acres grantedto raised them in Cuba and Florida for of the Florida Fire and Casualty Company more than one hundred, strong and ;3
0 bad ,faised defense's request for 0e four holders have 50 per cent. three western railroads in the sixties several years. .. to be impaired to the extent of created! considerable amusement in I
aew trial. An appeal will'betaken .0- "The control of our standing timber I the roads still retained 40 .per Those present pledged twenty-two 9372045. :. their novel costumes. The Archer-' _
O to the supreme court. flopl0 i in a comparatively few ernormous cent in 1910."Morover :, and a half acres of egg-plant and nine Board of Trade sent twelve cars filled y, y
0 will be allowed to make bond OA holdings, speculatively held far in advance the States appear to have three-quarters of peppers and it 'i with fair boosters, who'lined'up with
son pending the appeal. + I of any use thereof, and the disposed of the. various Federal grants is expected the total acreage will 6,000 ATTLE'AREr'INYOLYEDINiJfA other organizations.JfASJQHSJHHLSITE. ft
0 great increase in the value of timber, made to them in such a way as to contribute reach a least fifty acres. By co-oper- ,
400'00 O'00'Ot.O'OOO'OOO'O : ; in part from such specula i to-the concentration of land ating in this manner Port Richeyfaf'mere..wil --
-- -resultinIi in&, are undet lying-facts that and timber ownership, Florida is-sr be-able-to-srnTrthege! : AT BUSY TALATKAPalatka. ,
o.ThetrrIal ot Hopson, this. the vegetables in carload lots. Another
v r an II will become more and more important striking example of Again -
Shirley and Tyner principals in the elements in determining the price of public-land laws the cash-sale law meeting of the association will be held' .-At ; meeting of Palatka

well known autobus holdup, was completed I lumber as the supply of timber dimin- (now repealed), the script laws, and Saturday evening.. Lodge, No. 34, F. &: A. M., the eplen- .
and Hopson was found guilty I'ishes," say the report. the homestead and timber and stone The officers elected were: President I Arcadia-W. H. Seward and Jake did lot at the corner of Lemon and '
of :assault with intent to murder in I "In the Upper ePninsUlar of Michigan laws operated, at least in timber regions B. H. Hermanfton; vice-ntvuiffont, Wey have purcheased the M. F. Mi- First streets was purchased from E. f
the second degree." Shirley and Ty- I: 45 per cent of the land is held, to transfer government land. E. V. Sheldon; secretary and treasurer zell) stock and cattle on .the Miakka I I E. Ilaskell,. consideration: being ...
ner were found "not guilty" The jury mostly in fee, by 32 timber owners.In directly or almost directly to great" Clyde Daso; Thomas Hill, Frank I prairie, consisting of three stocks: 7000. The lot bought is 60x100 feet von
was out just thirty minutes. Attorney I Florida 62 holders, ,mostly timber holders." Grey and W. F. Bragg Were appointeda The Diamond Figure 6 and Figure which the Masons at an early date
J. A. Rowe, for the defense, assistedby publicity committee. 35 brands. Messrs Seward and Wey propose to erect a handsome five-story
A. K. ;Powers, of Sanford, have bought the stock as they run on the temple. This is one of the most desirable -
fought hard for the acquittal of Hop- 'I COMMISSION NAMED : range, which are estimated to be sites in the city for a business
son but the evidence was too strongon Florida Reaps From TOJNSPECT SCHOOLS 6,000 head. and fraternal building and the Masons '
the side of the prosecution. In the I Mr. Seward has owned a large are to be congratulated upon its
order for the first summons of jurors I j I Tallahassee.-Following out the stock of cattle on the prairie for sev- acquisition. The lower floors will be-
the date of the shooting was erroneously Late Appropriations recommendations of the recent conference eral above s, and with the 'purchase of devoted to stores and offices, while the
stated as July 27, instead of I of county school superinten- the stock puts him in the frontas upper floors will be used for lodge n
June 27. This necessitated the discharge -- ..... I dents held at Fort Pierce, State Superintendent a cattle man. He is now gather purposes. _
of the jury as then chosen, I of Public Instruction W. N. ing a large bunch of beef cattle, and "
and it took a whole day to locate six Washington.-The Senate passed Eatonville, Ga., postofficesite, Sheats has appointed a committee t>f will close a contract soon for the sale I NEW BRICK PLANT - -
more citizens without pre udice, owingto the general deficiency appropriationbill $3,750. :! twelve, three from each congressional of 500 to. 600 more early in the fall. AT WINTER HAVEN '
the fact that all testimony taken carrying 6,079,000. Over a million Lakeland, Fla., site and commencement - ,I district, to make a survey of the social, Winter Haven Fla. The brick ;
during the first two days of the trial dollars was added in the Senate, largely of postoffice, $10,000. economical and industrial conditionsof MIAMI ADOPTS EASTERN started new
had been published in the local dailies. for sites and construction of public Manassas, Va., postoffice site the rural districts of Florida. The TIME; ALL FAVOR IT plant ing. W.was H. Hampton up is Mopday the owner morn of :}
From the same cause Attorney Powers buildings.The $3,750. 1! commission will also formulate plans the '
plant--, bu it will be by
managed
moved to throw the case out of court Senate incorporated into the Marianna, Fla., postoffice and court- for the introducion of vocational education Miami-Eastern time will be ob Ted Johns. This will be
on the ground of previous jeopardy, a bill these additional items for public house site and commencement $4.000. in the country schools, and served from now on by practically all for this section as it will a good give thing-employment familiar Florida law preventing man buildings in Southern cities: Monroe, Ga., postoffice site, $5,000. make a report of their findings duringthe organizations and business houses in to several f
from being tried twice for the same Apalacfricola, Fla., site and commencement . Mount Airey, N. C., postoffice site, next educational meeting- be Miami as well as by the city gov- people.
crime, but his motion was overruledby of postoffice and custom $5,000. held in the coming year. ernment. It will be adopted by the .
Judge Warlow, who also ordered house, $7,500. Mount Oljve, N.' C., postoffice site, The commission appointed comprisethe postoffice. OOOOO O'OOO OO OO OOOOO. /
J i no more evidence be published concerning Cape Charles Va., postoffice site, $2,000. following: Thus, in rapid succession nearly all I .
the case.'SOCIALISTS. $3,700. Thomson, Ga., postoffice site, $5,000. i Dr. A. P. Montague, Lake City, for of the city's most influential men and DESIRABLE HOMES '
Clinton, S. C., site and commence- Woodstock, Va., postoffice site, district No. 2.Superintendent. institutions have fallen into line with
;: ment of pqstoffice, $5,500. 4.250. I G. W. Tedder Madison the movement which started actively FOR SOME ONE< _

OF STATE I -- -- --- -- ---- - -----_.-I for district No. 2. less than two weeks ago. .
1 Superintendent W. A. Dopson Mac- ( The Miami post-office will be openedto A 6-room house 100 ft. lot }+
DeLand Business Men' \ clenny, for district No. 2. the public for the transaction of $150 cash.
TO MEET AT TAMPA ; | Superintendent Marshall Moore, business one hour earlier than here- A 5-rom bungalow 147 tt' ft. ', ,' r
Tampa, for district No. 1. tofore, and will close one hour soon- Jot, $1,000 cash. .. 1:. a
To Advertise I Superintendent R. L. Turner, Inverness er. It will be open at 7 o'clock East- A 5-room cotage closets and ; |
TMtpa.-The state convention of the i Plan City for district No. 1. ern time, which is the equivalent of Jots of porch .room on 'good t
i> f; July 80, by State Secretary Franklin I dia, for district No. 1. it does now. An elegant residence, modern, .' \
Pimbley, of this -city. The convention DeLand.-Many members of the De- thorized to proceed to inaugurate the. I Superintendent J. Flake Durham close in, $1,500 cash. ', ,
B 'will be held in the court house if it is Land Business League met in their fall advertising campaign. New booklets Blountstown, for district No. 8. GOOD IDEA, EVERY A desirable bungalow well 4
I-; available. Delegates from locals allover rooms in the Dreka Building Wednes- will be published and several Superintendent Charles B. King Ma- SECTION SHOULD FOLLOW furnished; terms to suit pur- '', \ ;
t" the .state in convention will npm- day night and transacted considerable plans of publicity are under consider- rianna for district No. 8. chaser. 5
Tinate a full ticket to enter the state business importance. The city having ation. A committee was appointedto Superintendent J. T. Diamond Milton Eafleton>-The women in this sec A modern 12-room house suitable .
f election in November opposing the recently appropriated $1,000 secure a lot'in some central location for district No.8.Superintendent tion are organizing, a "strawberry for two families or torT, I ,
democratic nominees. toward the league advertising fund for' the'purpose of having band F. A. Hathaway; club," each pledging to plant one- rooming and boarding.: ': ,.., ;
F .The party in reality nominates by the advertising committeewas: au- concerts in the open air.Bryan's Jacksonville]] for district No. 4. fourth of an acre or more, -the crop to A. \( "" ? ,
f referendum) and the referendum bal- Superintendent C. R. M, Sheppard, be handled and sold by a committee Ask Mr.. 'Summers'About ;tt
[ lota are already out to the locals, butt DeLand, for district No.; 4. ppotn d.by the club.CHICHESTER. 1.oatlonaad \ '

because the. state laws require. con- Superintendent J. 'We 'Hodee. Fort .. -" .... .. "'rriee.q,' ." .
t vention or primary, the socialists must Federal Good Piercefor district No. 4. Have a small tract of real,' 'r
moet and formally ratify the refer- s PILLS orange land only '50 per acre..''
I endum. At the convention, too there r SHOOTING AFFRAY ONTALLAHASSEE nasal. Terms given if desired. .
be nominations to fill one or two Roads Bill Is Favored 'h'er-s.ltr..1: ... _: If-
Will
( STREET 1-I.I.. ..d .... O 608 Penfield St., one block
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I on the referendum T. .f.4iIi4'il, -2nd--avenue west of courthouse ") '
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Senator. Tallahassee. -H, V Maund prom- 10.-- 4. """ -
Still _Another Jacksonville I } urn IIKAAe"' PIL ... ** south s
business shot John leading )
inent Howell.A .
r" The candidates for the socialist I. Washington, D. C.-A favorable re- exchanged for cash. The 1 percent man, B-nt.o.. ,ii..B.1t.Alw.,,'k arb4
j nomination in the referendum now 'in on Senator Bryan's good roads difference would make up a sinking large crowd, of people was in town SOLD BY DRUGGISTS[VERY WMERI3 o.OOOOOOOO'.OO'OO'OOOO" \;
Shackleford fund to aid the states in the and there was considerable excitementfor
for the retiring
1 are: bill, a substitute I
I a time. The shooting took placeat _ _
United States Senator-A. N. Jackson I bill already passed by the house, was bonds. u ,
Maund's stable of the main ;
Jacksonville\ ; A. D. Lincoln, Pine- i! completed by the senate committee Creation. a federal highway commission on It one OOO OO >OOOOOOOOOOO < 0"
business streets. i is understood
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and postroads. to. supervise the expenditure
land. on postoffice
Justice of Supreme Court -A. II. Under the Bryan bill, the fedcVal of highway funds is a feature of the j Howell had threatened Maund's life. 1
Shipman, Lake Worth; Augustus government would issue fifty-year 3 senate and house committees on roads, Howell received only flesh wounds, > .
WSngood, Manatee; F. S.. Porten per cent bonds to the amount of $50- the director of the office of- public Maund bond.was Howell released had on a been thousand living dollar onMaund's I The Favorite Store of KissimmeeFurniture 1
Jacksonville. 000,000 in lots of $10,000,000 each for roads. and a United States army en-
Commissioner of Agriculture-A. J. ( five years. Before states could par- gineer. place in the country. I

Pettigrew, Manatee. ticipate in the funds the.y: would be re- ._
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Waldrop, Floral! City. per cent lands which, when deposited
._Congressman! Fourth District-E. ,. fnHhe treasury department would be I --
J. Ji Mk. Jacksonville; E. Loomis, Pa- ---- ----------- -- -- The Home of 'Blue Ribbon Printing I ? .
'latkd;' W. C. Welch, Jacksonville.The NEGROES I 1
convention is called for 1 o'clock ARREST 19

''JulvSO, but earlier in the day, at 11 FOR CUTTING TREES ,
o'cMfek. the state executive committeewill Yra
st: Augustine.-To take possession
meet in the socialist hall, 1110V4 house and to slash down
qf a vacant
kcardstrand to examine membership palms about it without permission is Good Printing Depends Upon
issue bad *es to all
members participating in the meet,.. an unusual in the arrest proceeding of nineteen, and has:negroes resulted ---We have It !

Ing*. Every party member in good and three white men Deputy Sheriffs Skillful Men and Up-to-date
vote and voice
standing is entitled to a Charley Perry.and Ed. Turner.
in all the deliberations of the conven- The settled on C. F. Hopkins, ;
party Perhaps you don't know that in connection-with our Hardware line ;t
J s property near Bulow, in the south
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That a legal battle. will have to be end of the county. Hopkins Equipment. we carry a complete Furniture. you don't-know-1 it will pay .
covered the fact and demanded pay-
:fought before the socialists can the get ment for the palmettoes destroyed.This : you to get acquainted with this department. I 1 1e
I the ticket ,is well known to
on- was refused, and the party re- '
and-they are already making cut the ; i
party preparations. Augustus Wingood of palms mained to in secure the house.the buds They to sell to a No matter what you wart in the line of printing-"We do it-and we always r

i Manatee attorney for the socialists, fibre factory. A launch was charteredand do it just a little better than the other fellow. W Outttffornes. 4

was Slyllhtbe' will today be made at tokthe SupronaCourtf the- the deputies went down the canal e .-._ .

of and nabbed the whole bunch. They ...-In-.-free-for-all contestwith five counties .. ,
when--the secretary will be tried before County"J iJg( M.. J competitive prfrrterr-from com -
state refuses to put their names on R. Cooper. peting, we were awarded the "Blue Ribbon" for the finest printing at the SubTropical t
the ballot. 1 Fair held at Orlando last winter. "
\ II C. Anderson, the bull moose -- - --- ------- --< I Our Bed Room Furniture Dining Room Suit*. Kitchen Outfit. .
leader of the state, has also started
i action with a view to testing the constitutionality Get YOUR HORSES SHOD BY We don't claim to be the cheapest printer on earth-because we believein Parlor Suit, Odd Chair,.Rocker, Couches, etc., are making a reputation

of the Bryan primarylaw. II paying fair to men-but positively do the best work and do it '
I wages our we for Reliability which it bringing
M. J. MOLCAHY new customers .from all over the
at' a reasonable price.: Try us on .
(NEGRO. is KILLED county. The "Favorite Store" i il making a record for itself in the matter k

BY MAN-HUNTER Booklets of All Kinds pf helping people to outfit home. Our prices are right. 1 x

O. C. Jackson colored,
[m was Wildwood.killed here- this morning by L.BE. Circulars COME AND MAKE US PROVE IT.

Story special agent Of the r til road.I i
When train No. 2, from Tampa going Poster 9f ;,
F north pulled up to water tank t E
\here. The negro steppedhe down from Jitter Head Refrigerators b s
the rear end of the tender and Mr.
Story; *raa standing, on the opposite Specially-ruled {; ...,
i! side of the train saw him when he got X11CANADIAN Color Handsome. and_staunch Refrigerators: and Cte t* of Solid 'Oat;.1 ''. .. '
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under the train and.aughtthne PrintIR ; i, i
.down a negro>>,nlV{ *scuffle Linotype : : splendidly finished, ,sanitary ,chamber; special insulation. Now.. .the'._ .. +''
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whichtook place simmer :
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.'notified pf,the killing and hold.empanelled.inan5 HORSE'SHOER ATf I.[ Next: t lnd' bring':your printing |O' the) 'Valley Gazette Office -and get. : 4.
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MEXICAN CONFLlcTEND'S.CHIEFS ; / Shot Calmette Because He sons.by information" from a number of per-y l

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Published Love Letters. At that time M. Caillaux worked ?!
my himself up to a violent t fit of indigna-r]
tion as he denounced the Calumny''
,tPoutlnu from Flrnt t 1'11'' '' N levelled against: his honesty. >r-f.

u1 SIGN ARMISTICE held hours toda "Never have I touched a single stock :J j
from Culmctte'ft attacks, Everywhere I the court two intense y I with fortune while mln-'*
stie was insulted and even feared as- I testifying; in defense of his wife,, my personal" '.
he declared. .
assmation, and finally lost her he4tl! charged with the killing of Gaston I ister of t finance '..
the "Thy Joe" letter
I Calmette, editor of Figaro, on March Returning/ 'ItI .
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a-- Paris, France, July *2l.-Persons i The appearance of M. Caillaux was I on his wife. Finally he herone
TIGER HUERTA HOSTILITIES TO BE MINERS FIGHT who were near the office! of the ri- 1 hardly less dramatic than that of so impregnated/ with her fear..t.
I garo on March 16 when its editor, ;1 Mme. Caillaux yesterday other letters would be published that. '
1 1s Gaston; Calmette\ was shot to depth The former premier, still one of the he consulted President Poincare, who *
there :MmHenrietta Cuillaux did his best to reassure him and advised
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SUSPENDED AT ONCE most powerful "oxen in France, dominated -
wife of the former premier testified the proceedings. him to consult a lawyer. '<
MINE GUARDSFort today at the second session of Mme I, ----------
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QUITS MEXICO I "I 1 accuse myself, he cried in the
IN WEARY REPUBLICMexico I| Caillaux's trial on a charge of mur- climax. While he gesticulated freely. Mrs,\,. I D. G. Wagner's/ new residence jjjJl
der. which she is erected
having on her.
I t, i "I 1 commited a fault. I should myself!
I' ,- I Paul Roiirget, the "immortal" who I have acted but, absorbed by public five acre tract adjoining her father's
i Smith. Ark --After had been with Calmette at the place about two miles north of thecity
,Puerto Mexico MexThe a pitched I mo affairs, I failed to realize the ravagesCalmette's
German
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City, July an armistice , is going rapidly and will 7'9
Caillaux's card up
cruiser Dresden with former President battle between several hundred striking ment when Mme. wa'I calumnies had made on the
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,r' Huerta and his family and former between the government and II coal miners and their sympathizers' brought in, was one of those exam- I soul of my wife." soon be ready for occupancy. The ,,JJM,
War Minister Blanquct, Senora Blan- !I Constitutionalist has been signed and and 100 guards stationed at the Prairie!''I..ined. lie then described his conversation The trial has entered upon its poll till residence is a two-story frame bulldljI ".+

;i-- quet and their daughter aboard, sailed I I that hostilities will be suspended at Creek mines of the Mammoth Vein with the editor: phase and those who sat in the ; with eight rooms.,
ry at 7:30: o'clock Monday for Jaimaica. the the Coal Company near Fort Smith, which 'You will not see her?' I said. court room had occasion to bring to I
once throughout republic was
f The departure of the former chief executive ended in the rout of the guards, tipplesof i 'I cannot refuse .to receive a wo- mind that Caillaux is the strong man
} .. was without incident there statement given out today by Gen. three mines were destroyed by fire man,' he replied." of the radical groups now ruling CLASSIFIEprADVERTISING

not being even any shouts of "good I" Eduardo Iturbide Governor of the and dynamite. The property damage Maitre Labori, the accused woman's France.

bye" to him from the dock. Federal district, in the name of PresIdent ill estimated at 200000. So far as can advocate then thrilled the over- He would, he said, tell the jury the
tir The others of the party remain Carbajal. be ascertained, no one was' killed or crowded court room by reading a history of his private life from his :>

tlv''t here under the protection of the British Governor Iturbide added seriously wounded in the fighting/ dialogue from Bourget's novel, "The first' manage/ down to the sad events I"',-- -
that the
; cruiser Bristol, which is prepared which began shortly after daybreakand Demon of the Midi," in which the which caused his presence on the Five Cents Per Line
peace negotiations will be advancedupon continued until late in the ,
take aboard in day, characters discuss and condemn the
to stand. He
i. them case of emerg- I explained the incident of
._ ency. a basis of giving full guarantees when the mine guards retreated after publication of the heroijio's love let- the two letters. He only knew of /. Fads Insertion.*.

tll/ ,t,c The only thing to indicate anyone to everybody. their ammunition was exhausted. ters. Coming immediately after M. their existence when a friend warned

,v I" ', oC distinction was aboard the Dresden j Bourget's eulogy of Gaston Calmette, him that they were about to be pub- LOST-Silver ring with blue,.green '| ,
was an extended file of fifty ragged Carranza SaysSurrender SHAMROCK IV COMESTO y with which he had closed his testimony lished. and brown stone. Reward(K left ,

,k,. ,. rop.. These troops presented arms LIFT AMERICA'S CUP 'I the reading of the dialogue by He said that when he married Mme. with Mr. Boyce at Osceola Hardware -''"
as the Dresden moved out, but it was Labori was regarded by observing Rayneuard he knew for the. first time store. 81-lt
'k k ao dark it is doubtful if Huerta ob- Must Portsmouth England.-Shamrock I' lawyers as a master stroke. what true happiness was. ..
served this sole official tribute to his IV the yacht with which Sir; Thomas Labori's voice was musical and full WANTED SEWING-by day ot
j\. I departure. Be Unconditional I Lipton will atempt to lift the Amer- I of dramatic feeling. When he had Affectionate Wife. piece. Good work; reasonable prices. I
'
t G94 ; ica's cup sailed Saturday for Falmouth concluded Paul Bourget remarked: "She was a most tender affectionate 603 Mabbette, street 81 .'

!;t', 100,000 RUSSIAN WORK- where she will begin her voy- "Literature is not life." wife" said M. Caillaux. "We lived in WANTED- Orders for field -
MEN GO ON STRIKE Washington.-General Carranza .in age to the United States. She is under He agreed, however that private the closest communion of heart and boxes. cypress 1
Prices Oscoela Lumbar
formed the United States of Sir. Thomas' letters ought not to be published, and mind. right \
'( governmenthe convoy steam. yacht My wife however took alarm .
29-tf
& Co.
Furniture
..' \ ---:- said he did not believe Calmette had "
\ was ready declare a suspensionof Erin at the dangers my political campaign ,
;a; Vi . .OOOOOOO.OOOOOO.oooo.. hostilities the The intended to publish the Catllaui love She
against governmentof challenger painted pea green exposed me to. tried to dissuademe FOR RENT-Modern 5-room bungalow -;
4 ; 5 KILLED BY COSSACKS. .: Provisional President Carabajal, with her stumpy rig temporary high letters. from entering' Doumorgue's cabi- in center of town. T, M.Murphy'31tf. ;''
4- 4,; lluerta's' successor, pending negotiations rails for the protection of her crew Prisoner Arouse Early. net. The income tax, she Bald had :
..". 'St., Petersburg, July 23..At 0 -with his representatives for the and.'lifeboats on her decks presenttdby : formidable adversaries, and I should '
i. .+ least live strikers were killed + transfer of authority at Mexico City no means .the smart appearance Mme. Caillaux was up at 7,, o'clock be the object of fierce press campaigns."As FOR RENT-New six room modern|,
and eight seriously wounded during 0. to the constitutionalists.The she displayed while racing. She look this morning preparing for the second she foretold the attacks recom- house. Close in. A big; bargain. v;", 'j
i- O fighting with Cossacks in the constitutionalist chief cordially ed shipshape; howeverHere's day's hearing of the charge against menced with redoubled fury but I re- E .E. Wells Real Estate and' 101surance. -,,
wI" 4 streets of St. Petersburg, which expressed his view to John R. Silli- her of the willful murder of Gaston fused to adopt the means employedby 203 Broadway. S'Jj
man, personal representative of President Calmette. editor of the Figaro. The other to them
ceased at dawn this morning. politicians stop ; pur- ,
'. Three police officials also are Wilson and Consul General Your ReportOn wife ,of the former premier took an sued my way undeterred. I could not FOR RENT-10 room house, barn and ,
> known to have been 4> Hanna and Vice Consul Robertson, early breakfast, and before 8 o'clock- believe that anyone-would publish the garage; everything: convenient; yjm'
injured severely who interviewed him at Monterey. Conditions I was waiting for her husband, who, 'Thy Joe' letter, although I had been good location. Also 3 room cottage. TJ*
4 <0000.0 He voiced a willingness to receive the Crop however, did not call at the prison ofI warned by Pierre Morder by the Princess NELSON REALTY CO. f.
commission of three appointed by I the Conciergerie till between 9 and 10 of Monaco and the Princess of
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Provisional President Carbajal to discuss Throughout Florida o'clock. The prisoner and her husband MesaJne-Estrad.ede." good room ,\
? St. Petersburg, Russia. Serious 1 and warehouse, cheap. Apply to i
peace. Secretary Bryan) announced conversed for half an hour and After the publication of the .Thy
strike disturbances broke out in St .the receipt of the message I afterward she lunched. Joe" letter, M. Caillaux' first wife R. S. Floyd. tft

q Petersburg where 100,000 workers from the American representatives Wa"hlnJttol1.July Ii4.-The Depart- i The prisoner had previously lookedthrough telephoned him to clear herself of any DWELLINGS for rent opply to. M.
have laid down their tools of Agriculture has made
as a protest ment just a
with the '
comment prospects for { a mass of Morning papers suspicion he might have had that she Tiller.
against the of the authorities the 'he condition of in
measures an agrement between two factions report on crops' | ar\d had found generally she had been wits. responsible for its divulgence. '
t against demonstrating strikers. now were very favorable. The impression Florida, as compared with their cQn- j sympathetically treated. The stenographic "At that time," continued M. Call-" FOR RENT OR 'SALE-Two-story tfj
J The Cossacks were mobilized in they I' is general here that the negotiations dition in l HH! : and 1912, the comparisons i report of her testimony filled laux, "I firmly believed that other letters store building on Brack St. North 4t
Viborg quarters to disperse the strikers will be successful.! being for July 1 of each year. I I sixteen columns in some of the news would be published. My wife I, Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29tfJ
k who indulged in much stone- General Carranza is insistent, how The conditions are rated as follows: papers.! There were apprecia- Jrf
throwing and also fired revolver 1! 14 Pineapples, 91 90 many
some I ever that the surrender of the CarbnjaI - ; oranges ; tions of her dextrous arrangement of
shots. The troop* succeeded in limes, 90 grapefruit 90 peaches, 75
should be ; ; ;
government uncon- facts and of the feeling she had put
clearing the streets without resort to I ditional. He is willing/ it is declared pears 67; watermelons, 74; cantaloupes into her descriptionsof her agony.
bullets of rounds of blank f 8 velvet 84.
as a couple by his to lim- ; beans
representatives,
grant
H
cartridges proved sufficient to rout ited art of 1913-Pineapples, 91 ; oranges, 89; Two office boys from the Figarowert ; I
amnesty as a voluntary : The Place
the demonstrators at least temporarily. /generosity on the part of the constitutionalists limes, 84; grapefruit, 85; peaches,-50; the first witnesses today They i
Several of the strikers were hurt I after they obtain the pears, 45; watermelons 80; cantaloupes described the arrival of Mme. Call-
laux at the offices of the Figaro on
during the disorder. 77.1912Pmeaples. .
It is
reijrh'of the intention
government.: '
Later in the morning the strikersrrlade of the constitutionalists to give 95; oranges 95; the day of the crime.

I a 'raid on the street cars, driving /guarantees of safety to the people[ limes, R5; grapefruit, 90; peaches, 90; One. of the boys crouched down on Dollar
out their occupants, overturningthe t'cnirnllj, but to prosecute ring I Uadci.s : pears, 45; watermelons, 80; cantaloupes the witness stand and uttered a series THE
vehicles and disregarding the orders in the nlot through which I\Il'k 70. of low cries to show how he afterward -
: a of the police i to disperse I was overthrown. Most of the la.tz.-, The item ':velvet beans" appears had found M. Calmette sheltering -

however, rlupcZy have .left Mexl p. only in the estimate for 1914. himself behind the desk.
CURTAIL DIAMONDS ?__ --- --- The scene of the shooting was reconstructed <

a TO BOOST PRICE$ SOUTHERN) RAILWAYIN CONGRESS WILL KEEPGOING by a succession, of employee All day Monday our store was crowded with busy shoppers eager to'h( a
COAL TRUST TILL FALL of the Figaro.: take ,advantage of our big MONDAY SPECIAL. i ,i
-- Louis Latzarus, another member of
2s New York.-Notices of the signing Washington, Do.. C.-Senate leaders the Figaro staff, gave vivid descrip- Our Monday Specials have been such a decided success that we have ?
5 i of an agreement between three of the Washington, D. C.:-Charges thata today informed President Wilson thatas shot Calmette. also decided to have a SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY. So don't fail to .
largest diamond-producing companies, "coal trust" acting through the soon as the railroad securities bill Latftarus said he heard shots and! come and see: We want to satisfy you that you can buy everythingllqyou
ii controlling.about 98 per cent ofthe Southern railway, had so manipulated is ready for presentation quick actionon tion of the scene when Mme. Caillaux need for LESS THAN IIALF what you will pay for Identically ',
world's supply, to curtail their yearly I rate differentials as to coal minedin the entire; trust program will fol ran to Calmette'a room where CalrnetU the same, roods at other stores Come and make us prove, it. ,

output, have been received by dia- the Black mountain fields in Vir- low. EMembers; had sunk in a state of collapse -- --- .--- -------- ).Ifii! r.
mond brokers here. The effect of the' ginia from the south Atlantic seaboard of congress who are in a chair. M. Sirac he said was ,

agreement, one broker said today were made before the senate standing:: valiantly by the administration holding a woman by Lire wtists."Shecried
would be to -put an end to competition I committee by Benjamin L. Dulaneyof in the effort to complete'its legislative : SATURDAY SPECIAL MONDAY SPECIAL;::

between the three companies withy Bristol Tenn. Dulsney's testimonywas program despite the ap- "I.et me go! I am trot going to es- ,
the result that prices would be materially in an investigation of charges proaching campaign while admitting cape" RICUUJ.AR lee BROOMS .
: IncNtas that "trust" influence is diverting to. they are weary of legislative duties rae then let her go said the wit- G 8111R'I'BROOIlIU! C
.
I' -The companies that are parties to Norfolk and northern ports coal shipments :, and anxious to get home to their districts nee, and she stud near the door cleir- Tk -.r Shlrta e... BROOMS \ J
tho agreement, according to the noticesare that shovld go to Charleston have resigned themselves to the eyed and with her face neither pal* 50 !':. all rises *.' rats 19 p
the German Diamond Company Savannah Jacksonville and Fernal- conclusion that there is little hope for nor Pushed. She seemed untroubleJ .. uate.t styles Rea.lar aae v.._
.. _
I with < sae a.!.
starts at 19 m.
-of Berlin; the DeBeers Consolidated dina.Mr. ; adjournment before fall. by the (If ten editors who quickly ....t _II.... Ba.WId.e t h.r ...t
Mlne..C..ompany. and the Premier Dia- Dulaney is president of a min- gathered around her. *.!.. at Bee. .IF ______________
-jnond Mining Company, of London.I ing corporation owning large interestsin FLORIDA WILL HAVE "She began to speak," said the witness
the Black mountain district, wherehe GOOD CITRUS YIELD "saying: 'Sine there is no "jus-
i DIE, 1' HURT. said mines now had been closed by tier in Franc*--.' 'Shut your mouth,*

.I Imposition of a differential of thirty- Cars moved last week.- '. 22 said one 'of the editors. 'After what Regular lOc Toilet Soap 5c 1''
,.., "Norfolk, Va.-Six dad and nineteen five cents on coal moving from the Cars moved week before aat.. 1,9 you have done, keep quiet.'
''Injured is the result of an accident on fields to south Atlantic ports. last liot to ..aWMme. '
< Total cars moved to 'I was speaking you This lot is made up of Armour &; Company's well known brands
vT, the Ocean" View d and oPwer PANAMA CANAL READY
Company i
:,t ah:", .ct"" Railway Latzarus admitted he had talked Hazel Cream and Glycerine. You will pay 10 cents for
exactly thti. '
.' nearNorfolk.. FOR TRAFFIC JULY 31 Jacksonville, Fla.-Reports from
about the Caillaux campaign many '
sans soap at other store In town. Come and
'x' any ;
see. ,
J. B. Wat-
The dead: Joseph. Cooper, different sections of the state are very times with Calmette; adding:' o .
ft ., MnJ/ I>a,Hecht, Kra.,Erl\.t! T, Cross I New York-The Panama Canal l will flattering as to the season's crop of "Mr -chief said he bad diplomatic _ :
j t i "'i ;DllseMnle Mechan and Lewis, Goodman not be ready for commercial, traffic 1914-15 There seems to be a good document important enough absolutely :. Take Our '

... before July 81, aceordinff Frederick fair crop from every section of the to crash Caillaux.". :: Profits :
& n Running at high speed a street car Alcock, ireneral manager of the Pacific state. This Js something .unusual as After CalmetU ,had. printedib* 1 '
5"s!>' VJth! m. trailer1 crashed Into a freight States Navigation\ Company, who returned fn the pas"s some aecUoaIwould Thy" Joe"Utter,' according V- I"*- :fttilf .on tho Virginia< 'Ilallwa,. ,Th, yesterdayfromColon..-, ," : be favored with a large crop, whlla in .carat he retearkedi .-*.*.*.*- .. !. .fr. j
A 'J .'! - ? Ta .... lu-u-V'ViiMiir long train..acnidVoaBE \ .- mV -sald'Ur,Alcockr" thin he-will malf'TfcU'.....i oa's.crop seems to be nothing* more." :
< *? ;> -plowing its way through. and soon inform'the Government that the varv-evenly-divided almostrevery _- ,- .. "
CT '" *?&; :J'ilFii a r_two of the h".can big,:wa""J"-.1riU be ,ready" for, big citrus fruit bearing section reports. s 7"THIBD:'DA Y',OF,,,TRIAL. >, = 'j; "- "I/ 'f V '
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