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 31, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00657
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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J - -- --- DISCUSSEDA ;I WHAT HER.GAME.:IS LOSS OF: 800:' I

iic2I l. I Building County Drives Could Be City's' Paid Team Has '
subject in which the public has Berlin Germany. July 81-.A note Vienna, .A .tria. July 28:.-:bftdal'
evinced much interest from time to dispatched by the German governmentto notification of. the declaration of war ,

Modern Plant! Improved by This Method Disbanded time was brought up at the Board of St. Petersburg yesterday gives Russia 'against Service was Bent.to Ser via to
Trade meeting Monday night in the twenty-four hours to explain her Anstrn-IIunrarlan govern .
form of a motion that a committee be intentions with regard to mobiliza- daytb7..the .

.1;. appointed to look into the advisabilityof tion. In diplomatic quarters here it Th. declaration of war was gazetted% k
NEW CITRUS HOUSE TO BE AND DRIVEWAYS !MADE BEAUTIFUL LOUGIIMAN COMES TO RESCUEOF combining with Orange and other was stated that the note to Russia Mere late this afternoon. The i text. U tseefeUows

EQUIPED WITH THE A. J. NYE BY PLANTING PALMS FANS WITII OFF R TO counties in.a mid-winteri h't _beheld ..asked- rqueatlnthe..objeetot j _. .. ,-- ....
Orlando. The motion - -
was supported hr THobllttaTlolfr wnethef lt was aTT "The:roi r government' of Serri
AND MAPLE TREES SAYS:! ST AGnERTHU"RSDA GAMES$ r
PACKING MACHINERY AND and the committee named t not having--replied In-
WILL: EMPLOY LARGE FORCE. SEARS AND STANFORD.W. ON LOCAL DIAMOND.The I'I take this matter up and make a reports whether Russia was willing to ordera 1 manner to the note transmitted:a satisfactory to it '

early as practicable consists of H. stoppage of the Mobilization. I by the Austro-Ilung minister la
II C. Stanford, Lewis O'Bryan, J. W. In the meantime all preparatory orders -: Belgrade on July 23. Itl4. the Imperial 4
As reported exclusively in the Valley 'J. Sears and H. C. Stanford, local baseball situation has Prentis'Mayor May and W. J. Seals. for mobilization of the German and royal government finds Itself compelled !:
; Gazette three weeks ago!' Kiaaim- speaking before the Board of Trade been undergoing changes this week 1 When'the committee reports the board army were issued. All the officers to protect ,itself!..safeguard .... w
mee is to have a new citrus packinghouse Monday night gave some good sug chief of which waa the! disbanding of will then decide whether to support were recalled and no leave Is to be It. rights and interests and to haveecourson
i plant. A site along the Midland gestions regarding better roads in the "paid" ball team. !and exhibit for the Orlando fair or granted. for this purpose to ford ofarms. ,
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railway, inside-the city limits and near Osceola county, and noted certain improvements This does not mean, however that whether to agitate for an Osceola .. ,. 'y
in roads of Kissimmee will be without bail 1. for County fair. .M ;
the Standard Oil- tanks has been selected neighboring 1 Austria-Hungary conslrers Itself
i end the building is already under -- counties.Mr. the remainder of the season. 3onie Won Honors List Year. War Bulletins therefore from this moment in a date
construction. Contracts have been Sears introduced the subject of members of the paid team were home I Last Kiselmrnee of war with Servia. '
let for complet line of modern citrus good roads by caUing attention to the boys and tho city boasts several, l good I at the year mid-winter fair was rtnd represented Osceolacounty (Signed) "Count Bererthold, HI....
>packing machinery to equip the new road: between this city and Lough- amateur players, so that there' is already proJtits won fist( honors, The Hague, Netherlands. July 31.- ter Foreign Affairs of AustriaBragary. .-
|plant I man' which needs-to be dragged regularly a movement on foot to organ- I The Official Gazette publishes a de- ." ,
thereby the and
Emil and Ernest Mach, local auto \ and often if it is to be put inI ize one or two local teams and one idiralle giving fame abroad city county much claration of absolute neutrality on the
.cJealera;*are interested inthe new enterprise I good condition and kept that way. He I or two games a week will be provided I enviable cms advertising. Another and exhibit part of the Netherlands. during. the ,NUh. Servia. July 31.--:The invad:

to the extent of builditig the-said .that with regular dragging the anyway. should add to the laurels the Austro-Servian war. ing Austrian troops advanced some ,
packing house and installing the 'sand .and clay of the road would be There is also a probability* that county twenty miles 16 the southward Belgrade - .;
I has already won, but s mr: have ex- Malta 81 Incessantpreparations
< Valetta July -
F ,machinery. G. Huppel, of Orlando, Is i thoroughly mixed and the whole 'I Loughman will stage its Thursday'sgames presrcd the opini. that results froma the yesterday, and an artillery duel
I down until it would be of on the local diamond as often proceeded among
packed one II in
be of th and dumber was progress near Kicznicy and rocSemendrla
L to manager plant a "home" fair would be satUfactoiy.
friut dealers of the most desirable drives,in the coun- as possible. J. Wade Tucker, manager more large British garrison and also among ..!
of other big wil be connected Chicagoand I ty, and he suggested that the board I of the Loughman team, has . Either plan is ;good for advertising the vessels of the British fleet here r t

with the business.points show its interest in road affairs by agreed to swing all the games he canto I purposes. throughout the night. AH leave for London, July 31.-A newspaper y,
The building wil be a one-story urging the count ycommissioners to Kissimmee, providing the Kissim the One of the communications read at officers and men has been stopped. dispatch from Rome says sharp resistance ' e
frame structure 60x100 feet with galvinized I havo this road dragged at least oncea mee fans will patronize the games Meeting -Monday night was front is being offered. to the Austrian .' t'
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enough to make it worth while. the L. &: Xrailway af.uinj for a revised l Paris. July 31.-President Polncare advance from the northwest by
roof and an eight-foot shed month.To Beautify Driveways. Loughman has one of the strongest list of Kissimmeo hotels, which presided over a meeting of the French small detachments Servian troops
either side of the house. The
on teams in this will be printed in theI's: new fold j Cabinet yesterday at which the European ...
foundation of concrete is already laid Another suggestion worth thinking section and usually is I left to impede their progress. :
,'ver was that the Board of Trade out- matched with a (good team, so these er. The secretary wp instructed to war situation exclusively was The Austro-Hungarian Invaders followed
|, and the building will be rushed as rap include the names of all hors: in the hold
would I considered. The Cabinet is to
It is to be finished line some plan for beautifying thediivewayo games prove a big attractionand the valley of the river Morauvaw'and
idly as possible. would be well city in replying to the req.jestAnother daily councils while the internationalcrisis '
with machinery installed ready for throughout tne county, par- likely supported. i I firstencountered' a body of Ser
20. ';'cularly between Kissimmee and Loughman and Ybor City pl.y.on I communication wag! from lasts. vian troops at Semendria on the Ser-,
operation..&he plant by will September be equipped through-' Loughman Kiss-'. "'iej and St. Cloud, the local diamond today (Friday). New Smyrna parties regarding a pro I vian side of the Danube. The Servians

tout with the A. J. Nye machinery, and Kissimmee and the Orange county In a game between the remnant of posed electric the citie line* in to thin connect section a of num- : St. Petersburg, July SlThe Of- held their ground until nightfall .und t
manufactured in Orlando. Equipment. line. It was pointed out that by the "paid" home team and a picked tam; ,I flcial Agency here today publishes a then retired. Both Austrians and
'Includes two steers, washers, conveyers planting cabbage palms and maple up nine Thursday afternoon. the regulars state. I dispatch from Tokio quoting a newspaper Servians sustained heavy.losses, several t
and all other modern,devices for trees along these roads they could be won by a score of 5 to 2. Want to Combine Office. there as expressing the view hundred soldier being killed in 7
the and expeditious handling made among the pretiest drivewaysIn C.F. Johnson, the secretary of the that in case of a general Europeanwar the engagement I
ofufruit.proper -. the state, as attractive to touristsas ,board, gave notice that at the next the participation of Japan as the. On the western side of Servla an

-There is no question but that Kis- residents of the county. FATS AND LEANS TO meeting of the board he would ask a ally of Great Britain i..possible. Austrian column came into. contact +
aimmee needs more packing house faelUties Mr. Stanford also santioned the vote on a resolution for change in I "a;S.rvian"'Sornt;,at LosnttsJ,
and the new enterprise will dragging of county roads as.a means Section 6 of-the constitution amend- IscM," Austria;;' July 31,-Emperor. which pot up'a stubborn defense and %
.tvr welcomed for its genuine worth to of putting them in first class condition PLAY CLOWN GAME ing it to read so that the office of secretary Francis Joseph left here yesterday bald the fort there until dart inflict-

the clt). It is expected that the new and the planting of trees on either and treasurer can be combinedand | amid scenes of wildest enthusiasm for big heavy losses on th&ccAastrisns.
,firm will keep fifty or more pickers side to add to the atractiveness of held by one party. Mr. Johnson I Vienna. A great-crowd gathered at The ancient fortress Belgrade',
busy, as the fruit will be bought right roads as pleasure driveways. On a Without doubt th moet interesting stated that he wanted to resign as the itation-and cheered the aged mon- was reduced by,the.Austrian artillery a
on the trees as a rule. In the plant reoent auto trip to the East Coat baseball game of the season to be secretary and that in a discusion of arch again and again,* Archduke which however, caused only.. slight f
'itself at least twenty packers will be, Mr. Stanford traveled over'"severalmiles played on the local diamond will be.\ the matter he apd some other memb8raof Charles the1-heir'to .tie<-throne., ac to other parts,of the Servian ,_
employed and an additional fifteen or. of road that} Is regularly dragged pulled off next' Thursday afternoon the,board bad'thought if the', secretary 'companied his..ma esty. *' I capita The ,British legation. ',,..... ,"
twenty will be needed for other necesvary -: and..he stated that no part of the trip August 6. Not In point of.skill will and treasurer's offices were struck by an Austrian shell Serviansharpshooters .
comfortable than that over combined and the hlal\ holding the office harried the Austrian
work' --- was more the game be'lloteworthy. unless our 81Leaders of all greatly
: London July :
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this stretch. -The road was packed fellow townsmen surprise us mightily had desk room down town where In the United artillery men during! the!-bom
smooth and hard and without ruts, ; Board of Trade:information could be the'political parties bardmentr'Unconfirmed ,
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but 'real fun
event it
as a provoking'
conference'
}< THOMASON" and in Mr., Stanford's opinion to-drag will be as good.a. a circus. ..file or be had at all times, the Import. I Kingdom the were'residence of Sir.Edward e.ter-; report ''received her..
DR. the county roads regularly would be I We should worry about "regular"I lanoe of the board as a public service day at say the Servians have been defeatedby 1
British foreign secretary,
more satisfactory than experimentingwith baseball if the dignified business and body could "be enlarged. f Grey, the International situation was ; Austrians at .Fotcha In 'Bosnia., \
where the
different materials in trying to professional men of the city will dress With the exception of an interesting It said that an losing 800 men, while' the Austriancasnalitles .
AFtER'LONG under discussion. was
ILLNESS get good roads. themselves up like clowns, look like discussion oh roads no other matters i had been reached between numbered 200. '> Fotchais
before the board. agreement } far .within the boundaries of Bosnia.
Orange County Highway. came I
clowns and act like clowns for our I' in refernc to Irish home
the parties
I Mr. Stanford reported that Orange amusement. And that is just what The body adjourned to meet again and thus on Austrian. territory -
The death of DIV F. B. Thomason, ounty is making a very fine road bed they have promised to do next Thursday Monday night, August 10. rule. ,
a well known physician of the city: oc- from Orlando to the Osceola county afternoon I l '

curred Thursday night about 9 o cock line which work is probably being Divided into "fat" and "lean" teams 4 0 HEAVYFINES IMPOSED

at his home on Orlando avenue, and done preparatory for bricking this costumed in baseball rigging the like ; GRAYSTONE THEATRE '* SERVIAN PROPAGANDA AND.
the funeral was held this (Friday) highway. The roadbed is being madedxty of which would turn a league team SLAYING OF FERDINAND *
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Methodist : feet wide and Is from three to green with envy, the business; men *0 THE CAUSE. ON STREET FIGHTERSA
church. Rev. S. W. Lawler con- 'our feet higher than it was
1 previousto are going to show the local fans how : OPENED TO PUBLIC O .
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ducted the funeral services and Interment the grading done. As a bed for brick to play real ball. 28-Au.tria-Sun-
London
followed intmediatety"afterw.rd flaying" it IM splendid, says Mr. Stan- It is quite likely that the game will I July declared street fight that resulted in the
0 war Ser-
in Rosehill cemetery. ford, but if it is left unpaved it will be full of accidents as well as sensa- gary today announcement on two combatants being hauled InWMayor's I
Dr. Thomason has been ill for more I be impassible for automobiles, The Graystone casino 0 via. The came
soon tions. In fact accidents are antici- new opened after Germany 0 court and heavily )fined was
-, Cfhan a year, and sine ,last January 1 >K the machines cut deep into the sand pated and a corp of doctors will "stand I Thursday night with a good bill of up 4* almost and mediately Austria had notified- 4 pulled off Monday by Herman Slmp- pL,
has,ben confined to his bed. For some it present by" ready to care for the faint and to the' minute reels and a feature program the British for- son and Clint Bas. starting in Fen
', trtime his illness has ben considered I The president of the board requested wounded. Even Doc. Nash! I of music rendered by an eight Sir Edward Grey of,their refusal to nel's pol room on Broadway and wind. tx

1r' atal. I Mr. Stanford to go before the The doctors will be supplied with ., piece orchestra of local talent. The ** join in minister themediation, conference.It .-* log-up -.the-curbing-in-front' -when' ;. .
;_r,(Jr; Thomason WitS born in- Carol county commissioners at their next such Instruments of torture as saws orchestra program was a happy surprise here the efforts 0 Simpson got a knock-out, blow near
", ,county, Ga., April 8, 1858. lie was meeting and suggest the dragging of axes and hypodermic syringes (of a i to the audience, and the theatre Is assumed nations will the right eye and Marshal Tyson appeared
.I.. (married to1 Miss Emma Enloe, of e county roads.SHIPMENTS. new variety) to carve and revive those announces the orchestra will be retained of the European now the on the seen. .
i' '?Md w.ee. Ala., in December 1889, and injured in the battl '. And an am- for service if the public responds be directed toward .localizing From all reports Simpson was the.
(,several years ago they came to Kissimmee bulance will be provided to carry away I in apreciation and patronage. area of hostilities .1 I aggreesor. With enough firewater Inside -
of AustriaHungary's
make their home. Mrs. The of the orchestra and fr The actual cause ti
to OF STOCK those so critically hurt as to be in personnel declaration the ,, to make him feel pugnacious he
r Thomason and two daughters Misses shape for the hospital.So I instrumentation follows: Tony Re- was ,: renewed an old dispute with Bass as
., .i Maud and Louise, survive the de- funny does this game promiseto jero and Harold Buzza, violinists; reply)' sent by Servia to the for- .1 1 jj. which was and is the,best broncho ;
,,ceased, also four brothers, J. H. Thom- INTO LOCAL MARKETSome be that the doctors; may.be called Clyde Buzza: flute; Chas. Rejero, clar 0 met. note demanding that. the, "liter. .'-re.ented-the'-lulrUAlt' '
of Texas W. C. Thomason of inet J. D. Woodbeck, cornet R. H. latter take steps to put a stop
-asog; ; upon to do real work, in reviving the ; : rather than {the argument, ana the
\<:arrolton. Ga.; B. B. Thpmason, Luke- grandstand folks who have laughed Ludnam, trombone; A. H. Williams, to the pan-Servian propaganda fight was on. The pool room proprte-. "
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) ; lTillei Ga.; 'and. J. R. Thomason of themselves to death. drummer; and Miss. Mary Dickson, on Austria teritory, and also punish tor invited them to finish It outside. '
,': Stockton, Ga. shipments of cattle continue pianist. those Servians indirectly connected Both '
? ; The game will be preceded by a pa- 4 men were in mayor's' court
> :( During Dr Thomason's long residence to be made each week though this is rade and the band will furnish music The Gray tone is getting the Universal 4 in the recent assassination Tuesday morning. 'Sampson was fined
Francis Ferdinand
;f.:' in Kissimmee he won an envi- the season'when there is litle activity to add to the afternoon's merriment. film company's "fast express of Archduke 1 |100.and costs or ninety days. He
Fable\ reputation as. a physician, not : in the live stock market. After the mock contest a sure service," wfflch means that the new- 0 heir to the Au.tr -Hungarion.. was given until today (Friday to pro-
5 :Alone for his skill though that was recognized i One car load of cattle was shipped endugh regular baseball game will be est pictures out of the studio are 4 throne. In a semi-official communicstion !dues the ea h., Bass paid a fine of $10. .1
?r,'. : and appreciated, but he did a out from Kissimmee on Wednesday played, so you'll get your money's shown here as early a. in the big 1 4 made public yester4+ 'and an additional 42 for costs. ?
(.:;",J.. !''great deal of charity practice among 1 by Ordia Bass.,The consignment went worth. Cities of the state. 4 day, the Austro-Hunga-rian 6OyI. -. Simpson's fine was made heavy as ?)
'. the poor, and endeared himself to, to A. Tucker at St. Petersburg. Come with bells on. I. eminent said Servla's reply was I lesson In temperance. Once before 1
? _any people. H. was a member, of I. Several car loads were shipped into The "Leans" are: W. B. Crawford.' I. filled witi) the 'spirit of disbon- when."lit up" he disturbed the public
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Methodist church and a locaV the local 'market. Pat Johnson Lewis O'Bryan Sheriff tothe tune wortbI '
Ingram, Billy LOUIS TENNEY SPEAKSAT i"ty-M ? peace_ otjBQ -- -
icher. His lodge affiliations were i ir' shipped in three cars of cattle and Makinson, Claude Johnson, Roma .
the Knights of Pythias and MaW goats from the northern part of the Thomas Sam Ragsdale, -. Cadell I t.O."OOO""O.OOOOOA.FTED '
'? .. state. All of the ,cattle were sold to- and E. ... Johnson. I BASEBALL BENEFIT
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GROWERS MEETING
John Partin, a part of the goats wentto Fat men: M. Katz, D. G. Wagner, THIRD HEARING '

./.......tUOOO..OOO.OOOO.O.OOO: Bob Donegan's ranch and Mr. John- Len Polk, C. W Dann, Mayor May, R. 1
son kept the remainder. T. Butler H. G. Siever, S. L. Lupfer, AT PASTIME THEATREf
'* 'IMPORTANT MEETINGS. 0 John R. Bronson shiped in four cars W. B. Makinson- and H. F. Beuter. Louis Tenne}, secretary nag... CURRIE IS' RELEASED ;
: 4 The Osceola County Fruit and 0 of stock cattle from Sewannee county Just how the teams will be lined up of the Florida Growers' and Shippers' .
T 1' ,* Truck Growers' association meets 4Y1 this week, keping the. entire lot for has not been determined. League With headquarters in Orlando ..
O Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock 4 his own ranch. Is expected in the cityj Saturday The ::regular show 'at1 the Pastime
'i",' in the city halL OIL WELL BEING SUNK. to atend he.,local growers meeting in After twenty-one days spent in"the tonight"\ (Friday) will be a
j'' *> Monday, August 3, the County . MORE FORDS ARRIVE city hall at 9:80 a. m. Mr. Tenneywill Seminole county jail pending trial for baseball benefit; and a change In the
'.4 Commissioners meet in monthly 4 Work on the ;oil"well being drilledat address the. meeting telling the 1 the killing of B. F. Bryan-. W."Corrie price,of th.r shows will be made for r
,; ;* session at the court house at 10 Gay Livingston viN Florida : ..>d Kissimmee Park is under way : growers of new departments of the I is out on a $$20,00 ?ond. this one night. on.ly.iInstead) of -the.',-.
,*,o'clock: a. m. 1 local 1 {hwnager' Lt the Nftv.U again after being held up for sometime league and current happenings affect The evidence: gone over was'practically straight five-cent admission,.ton-cents SI
4 Tuesday the School Board 0 Stores Company thin week. purl h u'd 'because a broken'drilL The ing the farmers'and fruit growers ef the same as that heard on the will be chargedfor adults and fire for, n
4 meta:at 10 o'clock a. m. 4 a neW Ford ma,h'no: through the ta'-' >- drill was: broken' by striking a large the state two former occasions Oviedo and children.'" r"r " >'' "* ,.-
'*,. .Tuesday night at 7:80 o'clock 0 fer and Prather ijrmey. The 4J lea rock at the depth of about 600 feet. Saturday''afternoon'Mr Tenney and Sanford. ' 'The usual three-reel bill will be"put, lon
:.; regular ft pa.aenger model.Luper The broken parts have ben pulled out'' a. party of local growers1 plan to go This disposes of the case ttntll the and the Kiuimmee band will play
w+; > month) m ettiinnhir.dty halt 0 and Prathtr received a carload and with a new'driver the work Jij'' to St. Cloud for a visit to the new association January .term of the circuit. ,, court la outsider the'theater.to attract: and entertain

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Against Insurance Co SHOW BIG\ GROWTH Funds Over Four Million t

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TREE PEST Washington.- enormous sum of -ig the bond's. Under' the terns of I'l''
... WalhingotonThe Census Bureau the bill there would be created a United ,,'i,1
Willis has made $4,760,000; of eFderal'funds would be
t Jacksonville.-Transactions of a Davis, Finn and Jacob! They just public its, revised estimates States highway commission, to hay I if,
of the population of the lead- placed at the disposal of Florida for '
most flagrant nature are revealed in subscribed to a total of five thousand an advisory voice in the expenditure
t Washington; D. C_Warning of amew the official report of the condition ofatl'alrs shares of stocK ut the par value of $10.i ing Florida citnes on .July lot. this development, of good roadsif the f the highway fond in the several .
tree pest of a very menacing Fire'and The In shown by' year. The estimates are as follows The plan embodied in the bill ;t
Florida Casualty promotion bill States.
Senate
of the expense just reported from the
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character is contained in a telegramto the', of have amounted to $117- Jacksonville _____________..? 70,178 sugested originally by the
the directorsof
ay Senator Bryan from R. M. Price, Insurance Company 732.62 report commission sub- Key West ___..-,____________ 21,150 committee on postoffloes and post was of the Treasury. Seere'i'I'I 1
? 'of Florida, who writes./ : Which recently 'resigned at the instance including for unissued stock.on. Pensacola __.-_______________ 25,212, roads as a substitute for the Shackle- tary "
"Citrus canker, very dangerous of Secretary of State II. Clay scriptions SIX of tha directors, Gailliard, 'Richardson Tampa ___._________________ 49,156 ford bil, which has passed the House, GOOD ROAr BONDS SOLD. f!
,; disease, is attacking trees in territoryaouth Crawford. \ and Blum of the managaing West Tampa *__________.____ 10,722Tli. becomes a law. The author of the '
I and demands heroic The company was investigated by substitute bill is Senator Bryan, of Apalachicola-The Board of ''f,
i action of to Miami eradicate., Board of trade M. R. Halliday, State actuary of the board,_with Davi*Carr and Willis, the -- population of these cities by Florida, who is a member of the S 'n- Commissioners in session last Count .)( .
'- to fire insurance department of the Stateof eport says, formed a syndicate for the census of 1910 was a'followl: tte committee. executed the $20,000 bond issue for ;,.
p and citizens request you use of pathologist your. Mississippi, and State Examiner the purpose of underwriting the remaining Jacksonville, 67,699 Key West, The bill provides that the Federal good roads for Franklin County, The ti'',
; best efforts to secure corps of agriculture Williams, of the fire insurance depart- seven thousand and eighty- 19,945; Pensacola, _.-22: .982; Tampa, government shall issue 3 bonds were purchased by the HancTiett r
,. fifty-year
from
to* work department so far ineffective anddisease ment of Florida, and their report, three of the first ten thousand shares 87,782; West Tampa, 8,258. per cent bonds to the amount of $500- Co., of Chicaow!, for $18,485, and they,;
I !" spreding' rapidly." which is an exhaustive affair, has been of stock. By this plan, the report five years.. States can participate in were handled ffirough the Apalachicola ; ,
'.Ii'' t'f Senator Bryan has taken the matter I filed with J. C. Luning, Florida State shows that the sale of the stock netted 000,000 in lots of $100,000,000 each for State Bank. -Franklin County' citizens c ,
with the department of agriculture Treasurer, and T. M. Henry, Insurance the company $12 a share and the syndicate TAKING CALOMEL he use of the funds by issuing per have contended that with good t r
: up and is awaiting its decision.. commissioner of Mississippi. retained $8 a share, or 40 per cent bonds, which, when deposited in roads in the county extending to pointa J
I Among other things, the report cent of the selling pd.ce.-.which..WaL the Federal Treasury would, be ex in the interior, a means of commj: Ica. 'i
says: $20 a share. DANGEROUS changed fe cash. The 1 per cent difference tion would be opened up within. ??f
; Governor Urges s For a company barely two years Richardson, the report 'says, acknowledged between the Federal and State tenor counties, resulting in t llp tf;
old. which collected from the public, that the syndicate madea bonds would be held in a sinking fund building of the many idle Ian of ? i
\ In in addition to its capital, a surplus of profit of $4,00 each on the sale of with which vto aid the States in! retir- Franklin County. F'
Reduction
A Calomel is chemical
$233,755, to have impairedto I the stock. a powerful made .
the extent of $93,72,46, is surely I The company is further shown by from mercurypeople should be care I(

Tax Assessment remarkable. Non-admitted assets account :!the report te have been operated in ful about Its use. The only sure way AES'HALL SCH6oI j
: for $143,943.14 and commissionon two departments: Fire, in charge of : WH I GO TO
to avoid_ !< i stock sales-for $117.732.62 the balance Willis, and --casualty in charge of 1 1 1
,
Fla. Governor Park .", each of whom drew take no calomel. FLORIDA STATIC COLLEGR! FOil IM\EII8ITY) OK FLORIDA "ry.ij
. Tallahassee being lost In trading.The Carr, $300 salary .
(iAIIESMLLE.F.Ight )
- Trammell wrote to the County Commissioners company was chartered on Feb monthly. The report says that both I' Dodson's Liver Tone, a vegetable WOMEN. TALLAHASSEE.! ..fj...
and members of the County ruary 16, 1912, the Incorporators being Willis and Carr were incompetent"f or liquid of pleasant taste, more than I COLLEGE OF ARTS. AND SCIENCES ERAl. ARTS Colleges LAW and ENOINEERINQ Divisional: LIB. ;'*
NORMAL ;
SCHOOL SCHOOL ;
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School Board of every county in FlorIda Gailliard, Blum, Richardson, Carr, the posts they held. takes its place. Where calomel shakes OK. MUSIC; SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION AGHICl'I.TURE.; TEACHERS' COLr. 1IKOK.
..y calling attention to the fact that I SCHOOL OF ART: EXTENSION DIVISION ; EXPERIMENT STATION; EXr..'
? -- - -- and shock, liver and oft. TENSION: DIVISION; GRADUATE :,'
,\ tax assessment values have been increased you up your ; GRADUATE SCHOOL. Modern
", in a number of the counties, en makes you really sick, Dodson's gymnasium and with tennis swimming courts; pool new; basketball and sides SCHOOL gymnasium, Ten new swimming brick buildings pool,and beI'j I I .

;a and urging that in order that the bur- Cuban Girl Spurned By Liver- tone, mild but effective, builds modern buildings; beautiful campus; many .subsidiary buildings. Sixty-one : -.
den of taxation mllYw made and kept dormitories have all modern conenlences officers Instructors and assistants; SB4 '
and strengthens. It "livens the ,' from 47 Florida counties "r""
i up up new dining room and kitchen )'ounlm..n
-i ax lights jx.i-uHe, corresponding reduction most hygienic In Florida; 418 young and 24 states and foreign countries 1'1'+,
Lover Burned Herself liver. You feel fine after taking it.
:- be made in the millage levied women from 49 counties and 12 states last session. l rI
; : by the county ho,rds. Dodson's may be taken without any last session. I TUITION FREE BOARD AND EH-' \" .
i Governor TUITION FREE In College and Nor- 'TRANCE FEES 118260 per year. .
written by
The.l l letter 6
restriction of diet or habits. You can mal School Board and fees '
the she her and then entrance Write today for catalogue .
Tampa.-Spurned by man over applied a lighted
Trammell to the members of the county for the
t. >1;' boards is as follows: expected would marry her, Matilda match to her lothin?. Her brother. give it to your children with fine re EDWARD year GONRADI.1124 For, catalogue PRESIDENT write I A. MURPHREE PRESIDENT.JjFTampa ".1..1.A.

'' i' 'State of Florida Executive Chamber Cueves, a seventeen-year-old Cuban Pepino, heard her cries and, rushingto stilts. _._ .- -- -- .. ,
Tallahassee, July 25, 1914. girl, living at Palmetto Beach, entereda the closet from which flames were Get a large bottle lor 50 cents at ,t" .
; My Dar Sir-In view of the fact now pouring, Wrapped some bedclothes J. Z. Roberson's, and if it doesn't do I "
closet in one of the rooms of her around his sister, extinguishedthe "t
that more or less increase has been all that you think it ought-if it does
',' made in the total assessment values in home and there poured kerosene oil flames, but not before she hadbeen n't make bilious spells mere triflesif :,'
4 . a iarge numbei of the counties\ of the over her clothing and set herself on BO badly burned that her recovery it doesn't "liven up your liver'," your
1 I \ State -for this! year's assesment, I fire. She was so badly burned that was impossible. money will be waiting/ for you'and be [ 09
she died hours later after suffering after this two brothers
'. J. write to urge that as far an can possibly seven Right/ tragedy returned with a smile. 'f
be done your board reduce the / great/ agony. left the house together. One is

t .. "iT,}, I tax millage. in ;your county in proportion Out of this quarrel between the two named Pepino and the other Hito. An Experts have estimated that if the
the tax. valuations. lovers grew another tragedy in the hour later Manuel Alvarez was dining
to raise in forests of the world
of a rhooing affray in which the with some friends at a restaurant.One were scientifically V
i J : While I believe in progress and development way would the ,
operated they yield
man who had decided to desert of the Cuevas entered the restaurant equiva AND RETURN
1 in young 1
: am equally as strong my lent of from 30 to 120 times the
,- K. Manuel Alvarez and invited him outside.As present -
the to
that reasonable girl/ was so badly come
opinion every pre.autlon of .
." and effort should be exel'tc'to\ shot, that, although/ he is receiving the soon as he reached the sidewalk consumption wood annually.Get '
make and keep the harden! of taxation best medical treatment possible it is two shots were fired and Manuel fell I From Kissimmee t\
n" light as possible. feared he cannot live. with two bullets in him, one of which i!:
y 1 "In every county where inere has According to the best information had pierced his right breast in the YOUR HORSES SHOD BY ,'
vs been any substantial raise in assessment obtainable by the police the. young neighborhood of the heart, and the
,; R : ; valuations, 1 think the Hoard.l of couple were at the picnic at DeSoto other went through'his thigh breakingthe M. J. MOLCAHY 3
"j County Commissioners: and the County park Sunday afternoon and there the bone. Monday August
t \ School Dourd should 1 main n corresponding difficulty commenced. It is said Alvarez Friends of Manuel hurried him to 1
I substantial reduction in the had told the girl he could not the Centro Asturiano sanitarium '
marry her stating he had learned that where Dr. Giampietro and Dr. G. H.
i./ millage tax levy. Yours very truly, === VIA ;
"
she was not of pure blood. Matilda Altree took care Of him. Both doctorsare 4LI
;+". "PARK TRAMMELL, Governor.'I left him, went to her home and se- of the opinion that he will not live, tN a
.J '" cured a can of kerosene, walked into the bullet near the heart being the one
Atlantic Coast LineTICKETS
( the closet where she poured the oil all which will probably prove fatal. 4
J t. : NEW POSTMASTER I ji


S 's. FULL TRAIN OFBRICKS ST.. CLOUD SCHOOL TO GOOD ON ALL TRAINS. FINAL LIMIT AUGUST Gila '

:' { NAMED IN STATE FOR ORLANDO INSTALL LABORATORIESSt.

.t' Y / ,{ J. G. KIRKLAND, ;
Orlando.-Sixten carloads of paving Cloud.-In keeping with the
r Division Passenger Agent Tampa Florida
,
:i-: The Postoffice Department announce brick, one full length freight train of progress St. Cloud has made during
i 6 the appointment of Wiley G. Sheffield the past year the school board at its
I ""\ .as postmaster of Shady Grove, paving material, are now moving last meeting decided to placethe

,Taylor county, in place of Pearl F. toward Orlando, where Superintendent school in this city on a footing with -..

::11 r Vann who"has resigned. Glllespie is anxiously awaiting the arrival the high school at Kissimmee, and to CANADIAN. .HORSES-HOER AT
'11 official records of the United ..
The -
to begin the big proposition that ,end gave the order for a complete "

.,t. States .Sen:te..how_ the following appointments . {paving some ten miles or. .jnore of physical and chemical laboratoryto J. J. Dann's.. Wagon'Shop
be installed before the fall session
..1,>.>. : F. C. Wilson, to be postmaster at streets, and undertaking that must be begins. EMMETT STREET Near BROADWAY ,
i t ,' Chipley, Fla., in place of Joseph P. accomplished in the next fourteen .
a Schell, removed. months. }
.I F? Announcement is made of the appointment The brick are coming from Birmingham -
of the following Florida and the first shipment has evidently
''p-"', -
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I ;.1 postmasters: been sidetracked, as six;: car
v q i Il. Allfort, Jackson county, William A. loads were started July 16. Another .
't .I i:; Kynes Woodville, Leon county, Thos. shipment of ten carloads was made on
; .' b)1 M.: Hall: ;' Clarksville, Calhoun county, I July 20. It is the purpose of the Cope- I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I 1
:. William T Davis. land-In$lis Brick Company, who have
;4 h' j I Kynes succeeds Jessie Lee Tharp, the paving contract, to keep their men
I j! 4 Hall. succeeds John B. Wilkinson, and constantly supplied with working ma-
tai Davis succeeds John Clark. terial.
I It is announced that the following
t, Florida postmasters have been conVerted BERLIN BARS SKYSCRAPER.Police .
.;. ; into the civil service through Furniture ? F
competitive examinations: have notified the owners of
Bagdad, Santa Rosa county, Mary the property on which it was proposedto i Kl

Joyner; Esto Holmes county, Daniel erect a ten-story skyscraper! op- JQOKWHEN
i Tew Laurel dill, Walton county, Jas. '' posite the FKederich strasse Banhof .

L. Richbourg; Youngstown, Bay county in Berlin, that no such building can be _

J, ;'I David M. Ross. erected. The highest building in the ".

t' i HEADLIGHT SAVES HOG I German capital is four stories. _:..-We ha.ve'It m

it/< FROM BIG PANTHER i
< Words of Praise '
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};2'e.. DeLand, Fla.-While you don't know that in connection with our Hardware line I'I'Perhaps
jt,. auto from Indian Springs Sheri '
-+ J kt' Smith and Deputy Sheriff 'Jones saw For Mavr3 Wonderfu we carry a complete line of Furniture. If you don't know-it will pay PERPLEXITY COMES TO YOU OVER ANY BUST

t m panther in the road; he was getting Stomach Remedy to get acquainted with this department OR FINANCIAL MATTER-IF YOU ARE CON-
I ready to spring'\ upon a hog beside the "How thankful we arc to you SIDERING MAKING AN INVESTMENT OF ANY KIND
'. road when the light of the automobile you for setting a hold' .lyour AND WANT TO BE SURE YOU ARE RIGHT BEFORE YOU FIN- 1
::1' hit him. He looked at the car a few wonderful Remedy.My l ALLY DECIDE-
'.. second jumped along the road two or wife could not have
I had but. a aaort tiM tm !
t '.i three times and disappeared in the t if she had not taken yourWonderful We Outfit HomesOur ,
brush. Sheriff Smith 7 Remedy when
ec : and Deputy CONSULT 1
... THIS
*eUd. One more .f tboas BANKWe
Jt,} Jones not being prepared for such ,.ro.,..... pains .... waa,
l{l game as that, the animal disappeared .having would haT, killed I
.to;; before they had a chance to shoot. t her without a doubt. Now will take pleasure in giving you full benefit of our information "
she ia free from all
i 'lit',,!" .i, northern Sheriff Smith part,of who Volusia was born county in, and the free If*. fr from.m heart that trouble disturbing pin and '.|. Bed Room Furniture, Dating Room-Suits. Kitchen Outfits, I on any, subject, and i investigate for you, the possibilities and I

ft.: who spent his days-fishing and II Neuralgia-.11 the results 'I probabilities of any proposition.
d j younger of five tre.tment..nd Parlor Suits, Odd Chairs, Rocker Couches, etc., are making a reputation
bunting in Florida, had seen a number the expulsion of S.e or six hundred Gall I ISionea. '
\
..". F' of panthers, but this was the only'one Now she ii able to tit anything aha I for Reliability, which is bringing new customers from all over the
i '" a he has seen in many years. .int. and her appetite I. good and before I Ife'il pleasure for ut to serve oar
ta i' taking when ahe.your ate medicine anythingahe ahe bad'no would appetite suffer death and ,' county. The "Favorite Store" is making a record for itself in the matter : ,
for so doing and could not sleep at niht I customers, so do not hesitate in asking '
,: \ RAILROAD SHOPS TOMOVE ;
: since taking your treatment .... aleepa well alt. I' of helping people to outfit homes. Our prices are right.
''' night long. T. A. MKALL. _"
i'' TO-PALATKA Hwuok T
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... The above. letter should' convince you more .. .
than anything we could say in COME AND MAKE US PROVE IT.
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STATE
Palatka.-If plans of the Ocaln Marc's Wonderful fctomawb RnauMir. i BANK OF
,
r ferera should try one doae of this RemedyI[
'' 'Northern Railway officials are carried one doee should convince them that they .can .
; cut, PalatVa will be the chief repair be restored to health.' Nearly all Stomach !
l' point for the rolling stock of that rail- Ailments are tract caused with. mucoid by the and clogging catarrhal o( theinteatinal accretions I Refrigerators KISSIMMEE

>j d j'7oad.. General Manager W. B. Den- allowing l poisonous fluida into ton .. Pk
a'. ''' ham and General Superintendent S. J.y' Stomach and otherwise deranging.the digeatinsystem. ... \ .

I' 'Jlollinr ke were here for the purpose painlessly. Matyr's removes vYaderfsd these accretions Htoaach withoutsurgical );tmdy a Handsome and staunch Refrigerators and Chests of Solid Oak, Capital dock --1----------------------______ _:$l00OOO.OO r

trans'ifer Attacks, operation Gaara in the and Stomach puts an and end Intestinesand to Colic splendidly finished, sanitary chamber special, insulation. Now the Resources ever --------..- ________________ -____-___ 400000.00 ?'
all of th. usual of Stomach, :
Coy ahops to Palatka at an early date. Liver and. Intestinal 1 symptoms '
Ailments. Ask tune with
your to buy it
ODe height.
yt ," "It lug been decided by-the road to rirarglst/ about Mayr-s Wosxtrrfel atssssjrfc summer at Officers and Director. k
t a, ;//concentrate\ the repair work at one Remedy or send to 'Ceo, II. May, Mfg..
R$ -: -point and the .transfer of the shops free Chemist.booklet 154 Whiting' St.. Chicago/J1L. ; for C. A. CARSON. Prest
on Stomach Ailment* and J. M.
many LEE Vice PrestM.
-. .t this point mean a great deal, for gntefnl.! letters trots peoolo. .who,Vhavo'.Mew '
.I.r Ll. s Jarce.number of men will be env OscI&.HardwareCo i : i | KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest
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-COL[: JOHNSON ? Homes'of.. 'Prominent_ :Kissimmee 'PeopleL1 II Union Center r1Mr. II .CO NOMINATION'COMMISSIONER'S' ,


'. : FOUGHT
T. A. Hughey made a business ,
PASSESAWAY trip to Alanta recently: .
.Miss Ruby Whidden; of Kissimmee, Riley Godwin, defeated condidate forth .
"s visited with Mrs. Jeff Barber.last Sun. office of county: commissioner.for!
iCoI .' the Fourth"district, contesting the ?
.. Andrew Johnson, a' distinguished day.The Misses Jannette Lawson and riomination' of Young Tindall,' who
atorney of this city for several Lily Bell Hughey visited Miss Myrtle the county canvassing board has declared
years passed away at the River*' Barber Sunday afternoon. the 'nominee. Godwin allege
M, Hospital Saturday:: July 25, at 10:65 Mrs C. M. Smith 'has ben quite'ill Irregularities in the count in certain
a. m. after a long illness. since last 'Wednesday.Mrs. precincts and says that he believes a "
e Colonel Johnson' health broke Haye and family went to Nar- correct count would shoo him>to be
down more than a year ago, and af- coosee Saturday to visit her son, Ar- the nominee. '
ter being under the care of Dr. C. L. thur and wife. Muter Champ, who A motion to dismiss the petition ,
1 Hyatt for several months he visited. has been visiting therefor over a was argued before Circuit Judg.; .Per..
,, various hospitals and health resorts\ week. returned home with them Monday kins at DeLand oo-'Saturday July: 25,
and had some of' the most eminent morning.Mr. which motion was overrule: and tea
physicians and surgeon'of the state Ben Barber returned from days given attorneys for Tindall to
diagnose his case, but without permanent ? Georgia and Alabama last Thursday: ; take such further action as they deem ", f
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s. relief. Asa last resort he where he has been visiting for about advisable.
1 went several months ago to Johns three weeks. Attorneys in the case are Lewis
Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. An Messrs. Tea ley and Henryllugheyand 'BfY: n and L. C. Massey,represent- s
, operation revealed an internal and extensive Gordon Munn visited at the Sam ing"uodwin' and Johnston and Garrett If
c: Nr cancer which it was impossible $! 1r,1N4 Barber home Sunday afternoon.The representing Tindall. I h
E to remove. After the' healing of the Misses Blanche and Jannette "
MRS. J. F. WALTER'SBROTHER
! wound from this operation Colonel Lawson, Ruth Harvey, Mrs. Floyd DIES t
returned Kissimmee where
Johnson to
j Peele Mid Mr. Aaron Story, calle-i t on -
he remained till death claimed him. I Evelyn and Everett Smith Wednesday Word hal been! received by friendsof
i born in Newirk
\ Colonel Johnson was afternoon Mrs. J. F. Walter, 210 Bermuda ,
:, October 25, 1848 and educated + Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee spent a avenue, of the death of her brother, s yr t
schools. he took
, public .Later pleasant day at the home of Mr. Arnold George: Broadmore, at his home in
{ course to> Bryant & Stratton ( in Kissimmee, on Monday. Mich.. on July 20. Mrs,,
,, Business College and was a student Mr. C. II. Funk and family, Mr. and Walter has ben in constant attendanceat

in Douglas University! the, Chicago, I Mrs. Charles Williams and children, her brother's bedstde for _the. past_ .
Ill ell was admitted to bar at I Mr. A. D. Story and son, Aaron, wefSpleasant .six -weeks. -
{ Springfield, 111., in 1878. He went 4ai i callers at the C. M. Smith Mr. and' :Mrs.! Walter are expected I
in 1879, where he built
San Francisco
home Sunday.
home some time in August
\'p a profitable patronage; and became I t
Z
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I L: known as a strong. and forceful I _- __ ..
n ---- - ---- ------- ----

i: +4-- practitioner.Came to Florida. i Residence of S. L. Lupfer on Verona Street. I
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In HIS: he came to Florida and settled ;
Ii

p'r.( at with Orlando legal, where practice he as became a member identified I KISSIMMEE LOST TWO j Christian Endeavor UNCLAIMED LETTERS I The Home of 'Blue Ribbon' Printing I. ;

of the firm of Johnson & Hammond,
l' t connection which continued for eleven
t; a Secretary Reviews AT THEPOSTOmCE!
years. GAMES TO ARCADIA\ _
His ability soon !ers.m" widely"- '- ;i i
,t, I' ognized and he was .call rt upon for a Work of SocietiesNext Mrs. D. A. Bass, Ora Clanin ((2),1) Good '
; great uea! of special legal wore .in II Irene Cooper, Miss Clara Bell Calvart, Printing Depends: Upon "
volving important business interests Although Cissimmee outhit Arcadia Mamie Ford, Miss Rubbie Ciner, Mrs.
" and calling for tie services of :i m:.n in Friday's game in the ratio of 13 to Sunday, August 2, the En- Hattie Grady,. W. L. Hendley.\ .Calla- .
: t of tact, diplomacy end unu=uni ef 7, Arcadia outscored Kissimmee in the deavor topic is "The Courage Verse", 'way Jemerson, Miss Eller Bell I, Miss Skillful Men and .
ficiency. At the instance of Karl: hern ratio of 7 to 4 and really, after all, it Joshua 1::9. The Bible promise is one Mattie Jones, Miss Hattie Johnson, M. '' Up-to-date
". capita rats he went to Alabama and is the scores that count. especially" dear to the writer of these La Martin, King! Padgett ((2)), J. .
Tennecsee to open up a railroad in Bane for Kissimmee pitched a fine press items. We hope there will be Schnan & Co., MIss Fannie Smith,
" ,jI,Y. these states for the transportation of game; giving up but seven hits and'' splendid meetings of lasting help. Cora Lee Thornton, Miss Sadie Williams Equipment. We Have Both ..,'
; coal and iron. Afterwards his em striking out 11 men, but the support! Miss Pleasant Wyandt led the Lake I Miss Queen Ester Williams, ,
", ployers transferred all their intereic.s he got was poor, five errors being Magdalene C. E. meeting when the Miss Annie Williams.B. rr.i
I to 'the Birmingham; district or Ala made. topic was "The Christian Ministry of B. SIMPSON I i i
t bama. He represented them in that Arcadia scored three times in theeighth Music." Nearly all praise, prayer and Postmaster.
No matter what you want in the line of printing-We do it-and we always -
state, assisting in the construction of after two men were out on a | inspiring sentiment were expressed in -
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t the Tennesse River and Coosa Rail wild throw and two bad errors. Car- song. "How to improve our singing Bronson.-Special Tax Schol District I'. do it just a little better than1 the! other fellow. !H-
son for Kissimmee made three hits inl I "
it to othero
blessing ,
. road.When this work was completed, Col. four times at the bat and H. Pounds' -making discussed. Brief a sketches of composers was- of Levy county vited{ $11), OO''' In a free-for-all competitive contest with printer from five counties competing

Johnson found himself in came across with another home run, !' of various familiar hymns were bonds to erect school; Thos. W. Price, I we were awarded the "Blue Ribbon" for the finest. printing at the SubTropical 71

i' health, and in order to recuperate it being his custom to furnish one for I' reviewed. Somebody worked gettingup Superintendent Board of Public In- Fair held at Orlando last winter. ,
I' went to Europe and traveled on the I each game. In the ninth Kissimmee'scored ; that program. struction. "
f{; continent for some yearn. one run, through a combina- j Mr. Z.T. Crawford of Jacksonville, __ ___ __ __ i We don't claim to be the cheapest printers on earth-because we,believe '
: After his return he was employed tion of poor plays. !I II ha been attending a Y. M. C. A. Tarpon issue in paying fair wages to our men-but we positively do the best work and'do j".
) Springs.-Citr.
, to.make a report on the business con I The score: 'i Conference at Blue Ridge, N. C. We 'I fat .
" ditions of Mexico for some New York Arcadia ___h 010 100 230-7 7 31 miss the Northeastern district president $80,000 bonds to erect city hall. a reasonable price. Try ut on
{ He eight months I Kissimmee 101 100 001-4 13 I 6'I '' i
1. capitalists. spent ; I --- when he is out of our state,
., : '"'\\4n the saddle traveling al over the I Arcadia won Saturday afternoon also I' and headquarters Y. M. C. "Mother Goose social in July, which I r
:{ I country gathering data for the report. in a one-sided contest from the Kis- j I building, Jacksonville. A'I Prepaid in success the hard work and Booklet of All Kinds
When Col. Johnson returned from simmee team 17 to 9. The game soon j Orlando Endeavors, preparation of the social "
Presbyterian
'x,1 Mexico he settled in Sanford, Fla., and resolved itself into a comedy of. errors. I I we are told, usually hold meetings committee. Over f\ve dollar were Circular. -
{\ engaged in the practice of his profession I regularly, but the society needs some cleared and placed in the treasury j -
t there for four years, coming from REV. D. D. KIDD DEAD. I older, than 'high school' members of of the society; but we can guess I Potter .

r I l rithat 1912cwhere hencontinued February Friends in this have learnedof I which it is composed almost entirely, well it will notstay there long-too II Letter Heads '-, ItI I
f: 22, to practice city just to. help,keep things going briskly. many calls for help--local and out- I
the death of Rev. D. D. Kldd in .
{ law. Here he became known as I side for that. "Secretary Grace"paid "
Bible
r, of the Orange Lake, which occurred few The\ Young Peoples study I I Specially-ruled Work ;; t:
a Center
: an attorney whose knowledge class of St. Augustine Memorial her first visit to Union .
i t.. law was comprehensive and exact, and weeks ago. The Rev. Mr. Kidd was I church, which is.composed of former in May and wants to go again. Color Printing : ;" ,.
of law formerly rector of the- Episcopal < .
"E whose application of points Christian Endeavorers, is taking a District conventions are cominlf.I .
were correct and logical. churches In Kissimmee and Narcoosee vacation. there C. I Miss Anna G. Gunn of Stuart, president -
I; R Col. Johnson Family. and had a large circle of friends in this j E.summer Societies thus Are languid T any If. so, for Southeastern district, Is already Linotype Competition .." .. ,

Colonel Johnson "was. married atMaggie county. A little more than a year wake up, for now isthe time .of year busy* on the program for "the ;. .' i J.t ,;,yr...,'. ... ,
Watseka, 111., in 1.879, to Miss ; ago he went from here to Orange Laketo to show what hustlers Endeavorers good time ming'" in September, at I -tf I t
H. Anthony an4 from this marriage I take charge of the Episcopal churchIn are, rain or chine West Palm Beach.,. Time foe us all Next: time bring your printing to' the, Valley,. Gazette OfSee'-aciet: .
; live three children, Frances M., now -that place and was residing thereat One of our newest -in press fellowship to get busy for there 'are seven con 'Blue Ribbon" printing' -.' ,',t.a'; V x
t Mrs. F. J. Rendel of New York City; the time of his death Mr, Kidd -% ventions- be held in the ?' .' .:*; :..;
thlsYfal \r"
{ S La Rue- now li"ing'in" New York City was about 69 yearrof age,,and a na- Powell--ale proved theClearwater good friend Sun when Mr Union. ., : \1- I I''r T > ,' > ' ;... ?"If'

: tD t and Pauline, whi is'now Mrs. Geo B, tive of_Sotlaid.lie. was unmarried. in' St. Petersburg a and we expect it GRACE A. TOWNSEND. Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Fry of New York. The remains of now. We wish the Endeavor society Interlachen, July 27, 1914.
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little Ralph lie.in. the cemetery at Bradentown.-. O. 0 F. has plans'I in Clearwater and every other place, .
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rlando.In I for building; pressed brick; three stor- which has a would sends "
{ 1910 Colonel Johnson was mar- ies;' 50x92 feet; lower floor for two items oftener newspaper than most of them ,
ried to Mrs. Cora Hawley Seaton, then i stores; second floor, 13 rooms for ,
Superintendent of the Children's apartments; upper floor. lodge rooms. do.Such a bright bit of news comes ri
Florida, who
was
of
Home Society
in the last issue of the Kissimmee
with him in wifely devotion at his I Lakeland.-City is considering bond Valley Gazette that it deserves re
death, .and who is held in high; esteem -1 issue for public improvements, including peating. In the Union Center Uni-
by a large circle of friends in erection of hospital to cost ted Brethern there
Society was a

the Kissimmee Presbyterian, where church.she is a member of I. __=-=.:...cc _="C-c--$15,000.1_--=::_c-- -..=---- - =,--, --::.- - ---- = I i This is for YOU J' ;

Colonel Johnson held allegiance to I ,
the Democratic party and took an ac-
tive interest in public affairs, althoughthe I CflOQSEAWCrt
only office he ever held was that

-of of delegate 1888. He to was the national connected convention with the I AS YOU CrtOOSE I Kissimmee Valley Gazette

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I Masons, being a member of the lodge, -
chapter, commandery and shrine. '
k His religious views were in accord .' fRIEND South Florida's Greatest Weekly Newspaper at Oily $1.50 a Year. '"
with the doctrines of the Episcopal "
y' (church. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette i i. aa advocate of real democracy-the ;l <

The funeral was held from the Pres- Jefferson Bryan and Wilson kind. -
H church Sunday afternoon at f1 .f4' i
'i1:30: yterian o'clock, conducted by the pastor, -: The Valley Gazette i i. the original "booster" this section, and i i. doing '

tie- Rev. Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, the Q q more today in helping to develop this section of the State than any other news- '

addeeBs being! made ry Dr. A. J. Holt, Iv I I'1d .: paper. I i i. advocating good roads, better school, ore rural delivery'' routes,

pastor of The the remains Baptist were church accompanied by re- i "acientiiic: farming and clean state and county government. It is a paper that C=

quest.to the church by the Masonic lodger ; i Tiy18I believes in keeping you informed about the progress of the State. '

members of the city, and to Rose Hill r rr 9 For this reason you should
Cemetery where the usual burial ei- -
that order was performed. - --.-- -- -
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\A4U5 READ OUR GREAT PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY PACE.
SCHOOL BUILDINGSARE (
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NEWLY PAINTED y1 .
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Painters have ben at work on the

t r f Osceola High School building this :1f READ OUR PAGE OF LATEST STATE NEWS. '
exterior .
c week, brightening up the tY
H woodwork with a new coat of paint. f
*; The two new rooms added to the i GET A FULL ACCOUNT OF ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ,

..uilding occupied by the primary rrl

.4 ,des have been painted also, and If you don't want the paper for yourself, get it for the children. 1S

th school buildings will be of in the shipape Did you ever think what it mean to you to have your children get this .' 4
new .
order at the opening i
school term in September We, Have a Complete Line of WatchesThey paper> It will keep them informed. 'It will help them along" the road to uc-'

I cess. wy
v ( WINDERMIER COMPANY.
c" '-: :.. stand for the highest ideal of service and value for the money. O Some of them are now through school and are at work. Think of thi*:- '

:.... Dr. J. A. Thompson, William Brown of Ypu can pay more for a watch but you cannot boy more of all that makes for a* lon,.as they were at school they were equipping their mind a* well .*their

:' t,. Windermeir and J. C. Palmer citizens formed in a Kissimmee party I life-long accuracy. i hands to do better work. The best way they can keep informed after leaving y

..J Tuesday of this week, getting estimates J school is to read this newspaper. It keep them' abreast with the time

r. on building material for a new From the 7-j wjel. I 16-tize Elgin, Waltham ot C. A. Cole Special movements More of your fellow citizen take the Kissimmee Valley Gazette than any

,; hotel to be built at that place. A in filled other They want to know what is going in the State and in this .
t : stock company promoting the new at $14.25 gold case, to the 23-jcwel) movement in a solid gold paper. on i

k .a. enterprise and plans are for a large case at $55.00. Each. grade i i. the best watch we know at anywhere near community. They get an intelligent view of thing by-reading this paper.. Anddon't 4

t i.. } and attractive hotel building with all the price. forget- t.
U modern conveniences, including hot
1 ; If read earning capacity it increased '
you your
or" arid cold running water on every Poor \ r
and private bas.a All our watches are made for service.. Come and see them. Our 'judg If you read your saving capacity i* increased. 1

VlLL A ETS A BIBLE. ment may help you. If iou' do not 'read you are really-no factor in,your community. You w t

'I -- know only the silly idle gossip that conies to :yon by word of mouth. >. ',
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\ inscribed: "Senor Pancho Villa: .
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h 7 ; KISSIMMEHJ, OSCEOLAQouNTY.. FLORIDA. ._....- v If you received u ont-of-Ae-city request for aa (iatervlew, yea .

a MONDAY: .AUGUS'T'1.7i I send year office bey,on the trip,weald yon? ., j

!'. a. HARRIS! -.. ? ]}L- .., '. * ?' . . '. ,. ,Owlets You'd give the railroad company and. the Pullman. company Jut as mnch i
., <' I if yon sent the boy as If you weal yourself, wouldn't. yea f' ,''I 1

BTJBSCniPTION RATES: One copy,,ono y..ar_____.____.....__..._.._._....VIJMIOn And you'd go yourself, or ..... the best mam available, wouldn't. J'od t
J copy, alx: monUi_,..w_....... Tea One copy, three month._____.... ..e.t That's good busiaeut "ry: J

Too many advertisers have used "office boy" copy instead of ';'bc .." espy .:4J

; .lrn Aft'eonfmunlcatlen.i.d by except- from our authorlied* correspondent- must be They've give days, weeks and months to consideration: of how much ,money ,r t

+ Rejected muter will not be returned nnl y" called for. they should pat into the various advertising msdinms. ,' and bat scaat consider- {\)' a

tl lion to the preparation of tlteir..adnrtiaiq'copy.' ">
Entered PoctofTloe In Kftmmta, Florida aa secon1J-etas. matter.)
( at the
4 The newspaper cannot do all the work-its purpose is to deliver ..' andience |:

r ...... FRIDAY JULY 31 19'14I --and th, more progressive the newspaper the' larger, the more ........ ,.'. q
live iU "audience" continually ; ;;
grows.
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No newspaper CM make its readers buy-it advertising copy ,;'y.;' i.
does that .
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Boost For The Band Far too often the newspaper .has been blamed for lack of puffing power ;" II [,

.? r when the fault was with the advertising i copy, or with. the article advertised, er ', >t i

with the firm behind the' advertisement ;t !
If there is anything that is inspiring than to hear a good band
more
Barnnm's "the public like to be fooled" may .have been aU right when It ,' ;
) playing the strains of Dixie Home, Sweet Home. Silver Threads Among the came to a circus, but it never built a business-and never wilL \\5.\' ; :

i,, Gold, or some other such melody which has endeared itself to the people, we The Kissimmee Valley Gazette spends more money ia every branch of its ',\\7'

don't know what it could be. business than any other weekly newspaper in the state._ It spends an UNUSUAL 'I. ,

.. For that reason we are glad. to give three hearty cheers for the Board' of I' I AMOUNT of money for its advertising department-and on the continual ..I

f :\" -- Trade Band, which under the able leadership of J..D. Woodbeck ;is rapidly j modernizing of this department j ;;;L
"ehuer"Bot I
Our advertising man is not a mere copy a mere "canTassen" w; :
; l becoming a credit to the city. I He ,cal merchandiser. "' ft f/ !

And when we consider that the twenty-two members playing in the bandare He is a mac who h.. had ACTUAL MERCHANDISE EXPERIENCE* ;: ;

mostly workingmen who toil at their chosen trades and give their spare j . Kissimmee will have another DOLLAR DAY. The first man DILIGENTLY TRAINED under men who are LEADERS in the' ADVERt I" ],, '

WI moments to hard practice with no reward in sight'except that of developing a DOLLAR DAY in Kissimmee was a success the second will I be TISING PROFESSION. He knows the advertising business j..l.1 well u YOU J !,

good band, we say that the people should feel proud of the ability displayed a greater success, as the people are coming.to realize what it KNOW YOUR BUSINESS. Talk with him I Permit him to make suggestions t '+ 7"
k. means to them, the merchants will enter into the spirit of the day to ,oa. It COSTS you NOTHING and it's very apt to BRING you 80M&"L
should further the
; date and
at the few public appearances to .' encourage T'members with more enthusiasm and a greter determination to demonstrate THING. T.!. '

t. composing the band.If THAT YOUR DOLLAR IS WORTH MORE RIGHT HERE in In Kluimmee and Osceola County the Kissimmee Valley Gazette leads- --iT:::

the band keeps on improving its it has since organizing, it will be sufficiently Kissimmee than anywhere else. LEADS i in. QUANTITY of circulation-LEADS in RESULT-BRINGING CIRCULATION "' .

/$, trained to give public concerts for the benefit of home-folks and DONT FORGET DOLLAR DAY WILL BE BARGAIN DAY. -leads in PRACTICAL SERVICE to its elie..... J ,

5 tourists this winter. You may be able to sell your goods" without The Valley Gazette, but it will -'.' :

We understand that there is a movement now on foot to 'fill Kissimmee -' COST yon more MONEY and TAKE YOU LONGER TO DO IT. \

with tourists this winter. It is a good idea and if the effort is successful we AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOLS.A M'DERMOTT. Think it over ':",:;

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will need the band more than ever. It will be a splendid drawing card and trite comment-on educational pro- McDermott, the Stock-Yards Congressman --- ---- .

will pay its cost ten times over. gress from is made the in the Herald following editorial from Chicago shows a certain :-xa..sexa, .,<<-<.caaaaaa I CAT'S EYES TELL THE TIME. J.
Chicago : 'sense of decency by resigning.In .
No business man expects to make money unless he invests money and The American high school-and Chicago's I this he has the advantage of his > J.'UWlD.TRI'CK FIELDS. aa I ------ ,
is has" been I So long as there is a cat about and ;+1 1it
r' system typical- associates, who if possessed of proper a1lilton.The
Kissimmee will be tourist unless invest in
never a city we Rome money amuses under fire for some years. Progressive self-respect would have expelled him o----. =--x--. is an average sunny day, you can !
ments and lake improvements in order that we can offer tourists little bit educators have attacked it aa beinR'"collelCeridden"that o, tell the time of day by looking at thecat's (
The melon
is as being organized Mulhall disclosures as to the largest grownin 'i
more than just "climate.! to train pupils for academic I operations of the notorious lobby of this bertic.i this season, weighed eyes, providing you have made a
The band will pay big dividends to the city if the citizens are wise enough education and nothing else. The fact the National Association of Manufacturers EoVo: pounds and the largest canta- study of it for a while.In L'
that many boys drop out of high school II as made in The World a year loupe weighed: 121pounds.. The lat- China there are many localities 'j)
the it offers. And the wake is
to possibilities time to right cf the melon has been
I see many up now. t.t part season
second been
after the first has
or last June left doubt
year ago no concern- where the natives will look at a cat's ]
Let's pull for tourists and let's support the bind to amuse a.d hold the tourists ascribed to the nonvital and uninteresting ing McDermott's status. McDermott L[ very suco-i.tful. '
nature of the course offered to received money from the pawnbrokers Sarasota -1 he strawberry growers eyes and promptly tell the time. Of 1
after we get .them. those who cannot or will not go to. of Washington to defeat a loan- have completed the ditching of their course they may not do this in minutes '::"

,1 college. logically enough, educators shark bill. He received money from I land and have scores of men at work and seconds, but they can say, "It c;' +
have advocated changes designed to the National Brewers' Association for putting'out plants. is about two and a half hours after ,
Old Pensions and "Da"Da
: Age render the high school more practical the same purpose. Elklon.- -It is estimated that 5000acrcfc I "
-perhaps even in a sense "vocational. It was McDermott who gave the lob- of potato land wilt'! be Jrai'ieJ noon. By means of repeated tests .y
by the use of a room in the National and put in cjidition for potatoes in upon their accuracy made 6y Prof. ,'.'
1 is the} fellow who pays the price but does so with a warm glow in his Mrs. Young takes a deeper and Capitol. It was McDermott who hired this vicinity within th' next two M. Hue, he found they were al- !
'heart. broader view of the subject in her annual McMichael, the page on the Democratic years. ways within ten or fifteen minutes r
I report. She realizes that no side of the House, to assist the lobby
Eustis. The local market is full of
.1 1: When he hears for the first time of humanity call him "Da." he of the.educational be of the correct time and frequently <
a wee bit, ; part system can in its operations on the floor It I extra fine large melons. Some of exact. }
: were even more nearly |
x' is for the moment an almost holy man_ so tender are the thoughts surgingthrough' radically modified with correspondingly was McDermott who "borrowed" mon- them weigh from 50 to 60 pounds It is all done by studying the contraction -
other She would
modifying parts. from employees of the House of
ey each. Quality of fruit is excellent. '"'
i of the of the cat's :
his brain. reorganize the work in the upper Representatives soon after they had pupils eyes: V>
Palmetto.-The Atlantic Coast Line ''
\ At noon, when the sun is brightest the
';: I Tis a word of f wondrous sweetness and power, this Da and one of the first grades of the common school as well been placed in funds by representatives Railroad has made the announcementthat pupils of a cat's eyes are but narrow :, J
? as tbe lower grades of the high school. of the lobby. It was McDer-
{ ; in tbe vocabulary of millions of little people.. These changes in turn would enable mott who tried to bleed the McCor- it would extend its tracks into slits, almost threadlike in their _1'1
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t' the last two y ars of the high schoolto micks of Chicago on the representation city during the next 12 months. rowness. In the early morning the
According to the baby Da is the handsomest man, the wisest man, the
t take over the task of the first two hat he was promoting the work Invemess.-The melon crop has pupils are quite open. At.dark they v
greatest man and surely the best man in all the world next to Mommie-who is years of the college. of the maufacturers' lobby. been very satisfactory to the growers. are perfectly round. As the day afo "' e
'F There are, plainly, two ideas behind The resolution of which The last car was shipped from this proaches noon the light increases: 1
a. pare and se sweet and. so good! that ae ... caa describe her--Da is the finest censure ;
these suggestions. One is to shorten McDermott refuses toJace has been point last week. There will be a and as the light increases the pupils
1 living person. the preparation period for those who pending for months.: It "strongly con large acreage next season. of the cat's eyes begin to contract to );
intend a professional career. The I demns" his conduct and asserts that Eden.-There have been nice rainsin avoid letting in too much light
;:: Da realizing the standard set for him, is sure at least totry to live up to -With1 human the t I
other is better to equip for industryand "he has been guilty of acts of /grave this fection which are beneficial to beings pupils are .
: of these idels and humanity has improved. small dots at noon in the* Bun and
some business those who do not even impropriety tinbeomlng the dis'.in- the vegetable crop. The pineapple
Da wakes up many mornings because fettle fingers pull his hair or poke finish the high school course. As maters g-uished position be holds If that it season is about done. A few crates large as a pea or even-larger at dark i t
stand those who drop out after the worst that the House of Representatives are moving: by express. or dusk. But with a cat it is much ;,
+ ,.his; 'eyes. .Da is often awakened by a kiss from Des tiny admirer, and_ Da responds the.first or second year are not much dl'JH'I"t-e.? to do.to such m man . i 0 easier to tell time as the eyes of.hu- |' .

,in kind, r'n better off than the graduates of the as McDermott: the wonder is that the NEW HAT FOR EACH DAY. mane vary greatly. So. expert are :
elementary, schools. , did not conclude to cheek they In ,some of ''China that jf l
gentleman
n- ( :IBe times ever, so hard, be the price of Steak up and wages down, be the I II Mrs; Young is opposed to anythingin ft out. New York World.} even on- cloudy las they',"can ,,un-'the. ,,1" ,
the nature cf forcing but y MI e. Lire Berty, a popular light time in this manner. :'
< ... body ailing and the mind confounded. Da is cheered and comforted when a : a process 'I,
'I she would conform education at every FEDERAL, AID FOR ROADS. comedy actress of Paris, has one hat
< ._, little) head is pushed confidently against his rough cheek and words of childish period of the needs and capabilities for each day in the year. The hats
woe unburdened. developed at that period, as well as to The bill of Senator Bryan, of.this are worth $40 each, -making her mil- :
HUES BAILEY
the world that receivesthe State, providing Federal aid for good bill
the demands of linery at. least $14,600 a
' Some people kind-hearted and f far-sighted enough to belive that all the I roads, apparently has won favor at year. '
are
: streams! of children and, at present It has been Mile. Berty receives many letters con- Painting and Paper Hanging -i[ ':
::: Das will be taken care of ia the-future life for the good they ate doing in the finds them ill prepared for any I Washington.the adopted'substitutefor by demning her extravagance, some de- .
'lefinite work. Senate Committee\ as a INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY1: <-
I present and have done in the past. You see although Da has been very Too teachers, an Mrs. a similar bill which has already claring daughters of thrifty eGrmansare
many Young'j causing family rows by trying to 21 Mabbette Street. I
: ,, "\. happy, rearing and watching over the little brown heads.and red heads and tow I siid'v' observes, do not "see" favorable passed the report House to the and Senate.is assured a imitate her. I 29-tf ;
elution ip and so ob-
heads, his has been unselfish happiness; for he has sacrificed much that the little I M'uct change now instead progress of trying; to I The Florida Senator's measure provides -

ones who depend upon him may get a fair start in'-the struggle that lies ahead. i make them wise and effective. I I Government for an issue of $500,000,000 by the United in bonds States, -- --- -- .

DA IS THE MAN THAT GOVERNMENTS WILL TAKE CARE OF, ''I I >00I i in lots of $100,000,000 per year for
THE WORST ADVICE. five This is to be allotted -
years. money
w WHEN GOVERNMENTS BECOME WISER. | :. to the several states as they BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES

Permit us to hand to the TrueDemo- may desire, the state to put up four .
'crat at Tallahassee the palm for giving per cent bonds in the treasury to the
i ,, Why America Has No Art I its readers the worst advice any amount of money drawn from the gov-
i. newspaper ever gave to its readers. ernment fund. By his means the
Our Tallahassee contemporary ad- states would be enabled to obtain
; When an American gets back to this country from Europe, about one of vises that the municipal public utiles ready cash for carrying on road build- j Yellow Pine
the first things he does is "roast" American art. I "; be sold to a private corporationfor ing. The expendiure the funds is
which to the editorof
a consideration! o be under the supervision of a government -
IV* t' He-tells us about the wonderful pictures and statues over there that surpass that paper sounds like something' .board, provided for .by the

anything we have here. He compares our public buildings with those of enormous. bill. -
I Four or five hundred years ago this Many schemes for extending federalaid
Berlin. Strassburg, Paris, Brussels Edinburg. And he does this to our disad
advice might have been but
'. timely to good roads have been pro-
vantage. I hundreds of cities have tried both private posed in Congress, but that of Senator EVERYTHING- :

We make a very poor showing when it comes to architecture, parks, statuary and municipal ownership of the Bryan appears to be the most practicable -
public utilities and the State does' not of the lot. The fact that it
and things of beautiful form and noble design. We are not the equals
know of a single instance where the meets the approval of he S enate Com-
!w'-fc t of the Europeans in art. I i oeople prefer private to public owner// mittee indicates that it is a good pro- \ :

} Many facts are at hand to explain why we are behind Europe in art. We shiu. .position. Not many years will pass TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE .
!: have been busy with other things. Our! work has not been along art lines. : 1 hure are oftentimes men at''the before we see government money : :
I head of the boards in charge of the) building paved highways in our sates, .
From a small, insignificant country of farmers we have advanced in one municipal plants who are not expertsin as government money now dredges
;y century to a place as the foremost industrial natioa.in the world.In ". this particular business, but in 'ft our harbors and rivers.-Tampa Trib-,
I HAVE IT
city the size of Tallahassee there une.
volume of and rapidity of other nation the "
output processes no on ought to be found men who can carryon o .
1- globe equals America. the people's business The SUIte St. Petersburg.-Mrs. Mae PurnWlarMir
I sincerely herpes that the Tallahassee> d l Je.. Wright We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of +
property on
-k During the last century we have been supplying the world with Tools.
people will' not be so foolish as to take First lumber and dressed t
'' avenue, near Setfiad street; will -rough -Ceiling, Flooring, Siding Doors,
'The "i vel1tive Yankee" is known the world over All the other nations have the advice of the True-Democrat editor erect 23 aciitional and
rnnc!
1,j watched us and taken lesson., from us. fot it is the worst in the world. boarding house. occupy 1.8 Sash Shingles, Laths, Window and Door; Frames, Moulding 1

t l America gave the world the cottoa gin the. steamboat, the modern priat- I,The Stare.SUFFRAGE. =tT -- of all kinds Framing dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.

t'.u lag press, the telegraph' the ocean cable, the telephone, the modern Media zed CAUSE 4 GAINS Her !. a rare *p|*rt..lt7 fr yea toset We also carry a complete line of Brick Lime Cement Paints,

harvesting machinery, the. phonograph, the steel-skeUtoa skyscraper. It was U ,(! AN ABLE ADVOCATE a Han .( Tf.mr 0_ Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you every- .
''America that Marcoai perfected his wireless telegraph. It U the America "
.-, thing for your house or your barn from ground to roof.
""Wright brothers whe gave Europe; .Ie....* oa hew to use the ..........._- ____ j William J. Bryan-- has announced I No Down t) j

While we have been at work on these tasks, teachingthe world how to his advocacy of the cause of equal )! Money J 1

f r" make tools and how to use tools, we have not had time for art, The entire! suffrage. While it is certain that, 1

4 r-H. 'World has benefitted by our labor and our ingenuity. Our work has been a ute'VuI Mr. Bryan has entertained such views' I Send for Free Estimate j ; ; J

>' work and all the other nation,refusing machines and, devices that we first for a long while he has had the tact I I ,

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:,\ We have been so busy with useful things that we have not had time fort themselves on the question, and: 01.... ..re....... .f Viva aid T.._... We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE. ; ti ,.
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MILLION'I I' DOLLAR MYSTERY '



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\ Susan Farlow had just returned to the : -, ,. :-, vows and 'never paid a kopeck for thf' one William Orts the; aviator, famous:

,,\: 910.000 FOR 100 WORDS reception room from her nightly tour I I privifege; ; the man Who. had been.ap. I for hi* daredevil exploits. There were

"t' The publication of "The Million of the ''upper hall to .M' If all her I II pointed_ for the supreme work and who t I two visitors in fact and the second

: Dollar Mystery" belns today? Th. charge were In bed where the rules I an away. In those days we needed visitor was knocked down for his pain.' "

story will weeks run for In twenty-one this consecutive By of the school confined them after 9::30. The BraceletMatches I men of his stamp." and to accomplish He had tried'to bribe Orts. 'u :. it
paper. Broken ,
l' It at this moment that she heard this end d
an arrangement! with the Tan- was I There were several excited bankers;- ;
fl'..I houaer Film company It baa been the thunderous knocking; at he doi.r.. "There Was a woman," she interrupted who protested against such large'

t .a the mad.story possible In this not paper only, but to also read to Tho old maid felt her heart stop boating : with a touch of bltum.... withdrawals without'th. usual format,

e l, see It each week at the Dixie tlie- for a moment. Who could it be, -and a Always the woman. And she was announcement. But a beck wa a

(1. atre. For the solution of thlamystery at this time of night Then the young as clever and handsome as you ..re.Thank. .". check and they had to pay *; a
story $10,000 will be swiftly that perhapsthe .. Sometimes.. '
J thought came . ;reav. covered a good deat.of rx
4( riven.CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE parent of some of her chargeswas "Ah, yes!" ironically. "Sometimes ground but during alt this time his n

, CONTEST ill and this was the summons. girl is made fabulously you wish you could settle down marry right hand never left the automatic w

The prise of $10.000 will be won Stiling her fear, she went resolutely and have a family! Your domesticity in his overcoat pocket, except at Chose
by the man, woman or child who to the door and opened it. would last about month."
writes the most acceptable solution a moments he was obliged to sign his
of the mystery., frbm which There was no one in sight. rich Read She made no retort because she recognized checks. He'would shot and 'inquiries h

the last two reels of motion picture "Who 'is it!" she called. I the truth 011.this statement. afterward. _ _

last drama two. chapters will be made of the and story the No one answered. She; cupped he?' I Ii "There's an emerald I know of," he Far away a young girl and her com

written by Harold MacGrath. hand: to her ear. She could hear the i said-ruminatively. "It's quite possible panion got on the train which was to iM

Solutions may be sent to theTanhou.er dater of horses dimly. j that you may be wearing it within carry her to New York, the .,...atdream'
..... Film corporation. eithert -
"
t;.' "Well! she exclaimed; rather angrily a few days. city she was alway.Ionrinl'' to.

" up to mid-night Dec. II too. i "I am mad over them There is
-
l' @tCblcacoorNeWYOrkany must bear postofflce mark She was in the act of closing the : something in the green stone that fascinates see.And
that date. This THE. the spider wove his wsb.Hargreave .
.'" later than covered to her the bundle on the steps me. I can't"resist it."
after the antpearanoe
allows. four'weeks reached home at night.I ,r
r of the releases door when the sigh: tram the hall dis- "That's because, somewhere in the i
,> 'th9 and: three .L"-tart. the She stooped and touched it. 1 I far past your ancestors were oriental. I' He put the money In the safe and was
In published In this telephoning when Jones entered. and-
last chapter
child!
"Good heavens it'" n Here we are. Ill see you tomorrow
lIubmlt".olu.
-paper, In-whICh to handed his master an unstamped note."Where .
the bundle A whim- I must
I A lons. She picked up. hurry. Coednight"She "
A board of three Judges will per came from it, a tired little whim- MILLION stood on the curb for a moment did you get this?
which of the many solutions i "At the door. .JJudge-Uiat-lh. .:
; determine per of protest. She ran back to the and watched the taxicab till it whirled
received Is the mom acceptable house is suroundedVHargreave ..,
The judgment of this hoard reception room. A foundling! And around corner. The man held her -
read the It stated
absolute. and final. Nothing !t' incredible. with note.
will be on her doorstep wits a fascination more terrible than
. of a literary nature will be What in the worli '''lould she do? It I jewel. She knew him h..agreat briefly that al this movements duringthe
any to '
.
considered In the decision nor day had been noted. It was \known
.
preference In the selection would ere-*" < -a-idal and: hurt the and daring rogue, cunning
given any ,
( of the winner of the $10.0(10( prestige of the achool. Roma one had DOLLARI fearless. Packed in that patient that h. had collected a million in pap. i

price will give The the last most.two acceptable reels, which solution mistaken her select private srhot for I; I II mind of his there were away a thousand er would money.be alowed If he surrendered twenty-four thi.hour he '

to the mvster, will be presented a faimhouse. It was frightful. accomplished deeds which had roused ,
In the theater having thla Then she unwrapped the child. It I I futilely the police of two continents before the real chase began. Otherwise
feature afl noon as It In practical to old and he should. die before midnight
was about a year dimpled Braine! She could have laughed The a,
produce same The story coir Hsrgreave crushed the note In his
h'hired. A thumo wns in its i MYSTERY
he had
spnndlng to then1 motion plcturK golden very name chosen was an Insolence '
will appear In the newspapers coincidentally rosebud mouth an'l I its b'.ue! eyes looked directed at society. hand. They might kill him; them was

or Rfl noon after the appearance I trustfully into her own The subject of her thoughts a chance of their accomplishing that;
of the as I sup soon
pictures
With the last two reels practical wlil\ "Why. you cherub'!" cried the old: arrived at his destination. A flight! of but never should they touch. hisdaughter's

be .shown the pictures of the winner maid :a strange turmoil in her heart t stairs carried him into a dimly lighted fortune. f

. his or features her home. and It Is other understood Interesting -- I She .:ught the chill to her lin-.itt hall, smelling evilly of escaping ga*. "Jones you go to the rear door and.
I'll take look out of the front We
a
noticed
and 1 them for the first tim He
that the newspapers so far donned a black mask and struck '
practical In printing the last the thick envelope pinned to the child's the have an hour. I know the breed.They'll ;
as door with series of
a light blows
iwo chapters of the story by Harold -. I cloak. She put the baby into a' chair SI for 100 Words! two then then ; wait till midnight and then
three and
0,000.00 one, again
McUrath of the ,successful will also show contestant n picture and broke open the envelope. one. The door opened and heslipped foj-.etheiy.wayJn..". ._.., -. ___ ._

Solutions to the mystermunt "Name this child Florence (ray. '1 innide. Round a table Sat several Hargreave saw a dozen shadows. In
not be more than 100 words long will Rend annually a liberal sum for men. the front yard.
also masked.
all
Here are some *questions to be her support and reclaim her on her They were tried and "Men all about the back yard, whispered ,_
kept In mind In connection with trusted rogues; but not one of them
the mystery as an aid to a solution eighteenth; birthday. The other half knew what Braine looked like. He Jones down the hall. -
: of the enclosed bracelet will identify The master eyed the man.
No 1-W \.t bffomrm of the latter
well
the well for I shall "Very ,
Treat girl '
me. -- - -- --- --- -- -------- -- - the replied
t man designated chief who
as
N. 2-What .-....... of the watch over her in sercet. Braine's was with understanding, am ready,"
I The average man would have grown, man had passed behind him and sat only lieutenant. The mask n
Sl.OOO.OOOT No. 8-Whe. does Flore.eerarr7r Into the fixed routine of her, hum- careless during all these years; but dowrt' at the next table. Still gazing was the insignia of the Black Hun- The it master of Its went to the safe emptied
the
contents halt "
I drum life had come a mystery a tan- Hargreave Was not an average man; into the mirror, Brains saw Norton dred, an organization with all the ramifications cross ,
the bedroom closed
to and the door
N*. 4Vh.t beeowes of the It.- talizing, fascinating mystery She ,
he 'Was, rather an extraordinary in- : waive his hand; saw also the open of the Camorra without '
Bteef behind him Jones
slSiB eo had read of foundlings left on doorsteps softly having entered
dividual. It his life in their abiding From the
stupidity.
Nobody connected either: directly was exchange I wonder on the reporter's pleasantface. as- the another
novels same
I room through l
or Indirectly with "The Million -from paper covered (or eternal vigilance and he knew and sassination of a king, down to the robbery .
Mystery". wll be considered 'confiscated from her pupils-but that door to befeol any possible1. watcher. r
Dollar
ccepted the fact. "Who is your friend Norton" of a country poitoffloe, nothing ,
a. a contestantCopyright. one should be placed upon her own Half an hour later he got into a tax- I Braine asked indifferently his head was too great or too small for their After a long while, perhaps an boor,
the two from the
men' emerged room
respectable doorstep! Suddenly she icab and directed the man to drive I unturned. nets. Their god dwells in the heartsof

( 1914 : By Haro MacOrath) smiled down at the child and the child downtown as far as Twenty-third: "Stanley Hargreave. Met him in all men and is called Greed. from the same doors they had entered.
So whispered the watcher to his
smiled back. And there was nothingmore street and back to Columbus circle. Honkong when I was sent over to The ordinary business over, the chief
I. friends below.
CHAPTER
i J to be done except to bow before The bewildering display of lights handle a part of the revolution. dismissed the men, and he and Braine Hargreave' is going npstalri.".
; A Call In the Night./ the decree of fate. Like all prim old however in nowise served to lift the War correspondence stuff. First alone remained. look
"Let him Let him take
darker than maids her heart was full of unre- of that had I have found said go. a rat
a "Vroon him
Inhere are few things sense oppression weighed time I ever ran across him on Broad- from the windows. He
country road tonight, particularly if quieted romance and here was some- upon him all day. South of Forty- way at night. We've since had some Braine. will us understand that upper but "

r not know the lay of the land. thing she might spend its floods upon second street he dismissed the taxi- powwows over some rare books. Queer "There are but few: which one?" will him." nothing wing- .r

", Knot difficult to traverse a known without let or hindrance. Already she cab and stared undecidedly at the bril- old cock; brave as a lion but as quietas "Eighteen.. years ago, in St Petersburg Silence save By and by watcher re- '"
hoping that the man or woman a p''
1 no matter how dark it one is was liant sign of a famous restaurant.: He a mouse." ,
1ab ; the aid of a who had left it might never conic neither but "I remember. The millionaire'sson. ported'that he heard the scuttle of the ,I" 7
a to find the way by was hungry nor thirsty; "Bookish, eh f My kind. Bring roof rattle.

mental photograph taken in the daytime back.The child Regularly each there would be strange faces to study him .over" Underneath the table Did he recognize you?" "Look! another cried, startled., v

But supposing you have never grew. and music.It Braine manoeuvefed to touch the foot "I don't know. Probably he did.
A bluish glare came from the roof.:
.. certain date. Miss Farlow
p been over the road in the daytime, that received v sr. unon- a letter with was an odd whim. He had not of the princess."I But he always had good nerves He "He's shooting off a Roman candle.

you know nothing whatever, of its topography a registered from all mon 'ntered a Broadway restaurant in allthe.e don't know" said the reporterdublou.ly. is being. followed at this moment, We They ne.er..wth. man-made bird
where it dips or rises e,'. These letters came parts years. He was unknown. He ., "He might and '
shall
I say no, strike 'Quick. He is cool and till it-alighted the roof.
findyourself the upon
world
L where it narrows or forks. You of the same'lineam; alwayj same watch-sumalways belonged to no club Two Ihonths that would. embarass the whole lot brave. You remember how, he braved never thought of shooting at it till

j; in the same unhappy state the , was the longest time he had ever,remained of us. He's a bit of a hermit. I'm us that night in Russia. Jumped had taken wing! Then they rushed the

*,
thrust into a strange house. each yard seemed; of his old home in Madison avenue "Try," urged the princess.: "I like of breaking his neck. He landed work of Jon.'hom they tied up Uk.
Farlow
... \ .One black night along a certain to Suran year andhis resignation from his to meet 'who hermits" that'Is the he
.than-the before. For she men are safely; -only' reason a Christmas fowl and plumped roughly . .
road in the heart of New Jersey shorter one clubs. This once, then, he would break "I haven't ,the least
country the child with all her heart. She doubt about eluded us. Millions: and they slipped I into a chair. And while the.rogues'' :
in the days when the only good loved had not trained girls all theseyear the.law he had written down for himself that" the reporter laughed. Ill try; through our fingers. If I could only were rummaging about the room, t

Toads were city thoroughfares and young in the Boldly he entered the restaiv but-don't blame me if I am rebuffed." find some route to his heart! The venting their spite upon treasure 1} ,
{ -without becoming adept many .
y
"country highways were routes tohrn! I of breed- rant. y He left the table withf-evident re- lure we held out to him it dead." they could neither appreciate nor '
of the true signs ,
be, a carriage went forward cautiously. art There reading ordinary blood in Some time before Hargreave surrendered luctance and approached Har( ave. "Or in the fortress, which Is the understand, a man from the outside sI"
was no
'r --From time to time it careived like ing. to the restlegs spirit of rebellion The two shook hands cordially, for same thing. What are your plans?" burst in. '

a bluntnose barge .in a beam flea. The Florence; the fact was her emphasized small hands by bitterly to repent for it lat- the elder man was rather fond of I "I have in mind something like this." "The old man is dead and the s,
her exquisite face money
i voiced their anguish j there into this restauranta
-wheels and springs I 'r. came this medley of information known
and feet her spirit and gentleness. as And Hargreave was working out his is at the bottom of the Oc..nl! We .
for it was a good man and woman. They were both
continually; a Jim Norton. '
to such ruts And now, at any day some one witha well known for the head. plans, too; and he was just as muchof punctured her. She's.gone! % ..
carriage unaccustomed broken bracetet might come for her. evidently : "Sit down boy; sit down. You'rejust general as Braine. He sat at his A thin inscrutable smile stirred the

and hummocks. the heart of Su- waiter was obsequious and hurried the kind of a man I've been library table, the musclesin lips of the man bound in the chair.
"Fa liter, faster!" came a muffled As the days went on them over to the best table he had wanting to talk to tonight. maxillary ;vil
,his working. /so: tney naa
c Farlow heavy. laws CHAPTER IL
san grew left and the order himself. Y
interior. took
,
from the
-voice "Wouldn't rather talk to
said you a found him Well he had broken the
Never/ mind, aunty, Florence The Master's-Masi
"Sir I dare not drive faster replied The man possessed a keen intelligent ?" a
the coachman. "I can't see the "I shall always come back to see you." face. You might have marked pretty"I'm woman an old man." law of his own making and he must Vroon faced Hargreave's butler e

norses' heads sir, let alone the road. I i She meant it, poor child; but how mm for a successful lawyer for there "Bah! That's a hypocritical bluff suffer the consequences. Braine who in somberly. The one reason why Braine '
'
Menshikoff in Russia, Schwartz
she to know the terrors which lay was made th'man his lieutenant
but I car'tsee was earnestness about his was bet v
out the lamps expression
I've blown was an and know it. My friend at the
yonder beyond the horizon? you Germany, Mendoza in Spain.. Cartucciin cause _Vfoon always followed the tetter
;
the road better for that. which precluded a life of next table has asked
any I me to bring
C e e e e e e Italy and Du Bois in France; so
off his Instructions to the final
"Let the horses have their head: idleness. His age might have been period
The house of Stanley Hargreave in you over. v the rogue had found (him out? Poor never added ?.
find the It can't be much anywhere between 40 and 50. The ; tyr sidestepped or ,
way. "I do not
they'll usually to meet
care fool that he had been! High
farther. You'll see the lights." I Riverdale was the house of no ordin- shoulders were broad and the hands strangers spited, anK rills or inovations at his own ;
rich man. Outside it was simple full of those youthful dreams and because of this automatism '
in his teeth. ary very
which the table
The coachman swore ( learned what lay clasped upon were "Make an exception this once,".said ing good in the world, he had joined
This man who was in such enough, but within you slim but muscular. Indeed everything h. rarely blundered into a trap' If he
AlUright. the who had
send them all kind of a man Hargreave waa. There reporter seen Braine'seyes what he had believed a great secret failed, it was for the simple fact that ,
would probably about him suggested hidden strengthand
a vSfrry: and Saruks the change and was curious to know socialistic movement to learn that he H
Save for the few were rare Ispahans on His the master mind had overlooked some
into the ditch. the walls withhere" vitality. companion was why the appearance of Hargreave in had been trapped by a band of brilliant -
driving floors and tapestries on essential detaiL The organisation of
been
have -
he might small and.animated
handsome Her
above
tars the mirror had
a brought about that thieves. Kidnapers and assassi- rt.a
eelzebub'8 coach in the Bottomless Shd there a fine painting The arid mutable the Black Hundred.wa* almost totally
% frequent
gestures
itself fortune. eye- mentally gleam. Here were two nators for hire the Black Hundred;
;
library represented a unknown to either the public.or the
Black velvet everywhere brows her foreign birth. Her
Pit. betrayed '
; Money had been laid out lavishly but unique men; he desired to see them fiends from Tophetf! For neatly eighteen police. It is only when fall that
wind blowing you
A was of
matter to
hlaclc velvet. age was a importance no face to face. eluded them for he
he had
It the home ofa
wastefully. was years found
that lever are '
thick you /
and yet the blackness was so sensation scholar a dreamer.. a wide traveler. one but herself. "This once. My fault; I ought not I knew that directly or indirectly they -"The patrolmanout. has been trussed

it gave to the coachman the I In the library stod the master of They were at coffee when she said"There's : to be here; I feel out of place. What would never"cease to hunt for Wti; up like you" began Vroon. "If they

of mild suffocation. a young man coming toward a life, reporters lead! To and an idle whim had toppled him into
the house idly fingering some papers though'loU find him they will probably find JOG.But .
He is at
the tree he saw 'S. looking you.
through meet and
and by
By table. He great their clutches.
which lay on the study before that you will thirstyand
turned. his face grow
fight. It might The man Instantly
might or
flicker of financiers Socialists and anarchists
a shrugged at some thougt several letters feverishly. Where
unpleasant lie wrote .hungry.- did master-
crackedhis lighted with friendly smile "of your
He
not be the destination. up a the whole scale of life, and to slap "
1 settled his overcoat about his shoulders The last was addressed to Miss Susan put that money? .
.whip recklessly and the carriage his and walked from recognition."Who these people on the back as if they "Dear Madam: e
.. wheels. The in took up hat is it?" she asked. Farlow and read:, "He carried it with him.
lurched on two man ''the room frowning: slightly. The butler were everyday friends! Send Florence Gray to New York, to "Why don't 1'oucall for h.lpt..
"A worth
himself chap knowing
the cartage balanced carefully acted in the of ; a reporter "Now you're making fun of me. half
who also capacity arrive here Friday morning. My "The houses on either side are,too
in his just little out of the ordinary. I'm
r.' so that the bundle armsshould 1 valet, always within call when hismast.r For one king there are always twenty of the bracelet will be identification. far away. I might yell till doomsday
disturbed. His going to introduce him. You
';I not be unduly was about, stepped swiftly to never thick brogans ready to kick me down Enclosed find cash to square accounts. without being heard They wilt- hare
of tell. We need him
hie head out can might
stuck somadad'
: arms ached. .He the hall door and opened it. Ah Norton how ?" the steps; don't forget that"Hargreave lie would get together all his available heard the pistol shot; but Mr. Hap- ,
:-'. the window. i late Jones sair are you laughed. "Come then; child and 'to the
"I be out his fly
may funds recover greave was always practicing in the
f"- he said. "And 'Good evening Mr. Braine. The -
"That's the place Hargreave."Yes let us get it over with. ends of the world. fie would tire backyard. i

'hen. you drive" up make as little noiseWCpu I I"De I sir." dazzling reporter catching hesitated.sight of a pair of The introductions were made. Nor them out. They would find that the : "The people In those two houses .

can." called down the driver. I I I Hargreave stared into his face "The Princess eyes Perigoff Norton. ton felt rather chagrined. So far as peaceful dog was a bad animal toi have been called out of town. The servants A
., sir, if to the he could the two total the faithful Jones. '
at ItsJourney' keenly, as trying pierce grave You're in ?" see. men were rouse. He rang for are off for the night.
When the carriage the drew inside up jumped face to learn what was going on be- "Not now no,"hurry smiled, are the you reporter. strangers. Well it was all In the 'Jones they have found me," he said "Very interesting," replied Jones t1
end man
hind it"How Nine out of ten opportunitiesfor staring at the ',
'' game. simoly. rug.
toward the 'Ahl'! said the princess interested.It .
gates.
">t and hastened long have been! with ?" the big false alarms need then" "Your "
you me story were ; "You will me master is dead. '
oneof the the \ said
He scrutinized the sign on. ", "Fourteen years, sir. unusual was way.ojd. compliment It pleased her. in an but he. was always willing to risk: the "Quite possible. Please mail these Jones' chin sunk upon his breast.

'?; posts. This was the'plac. : | "Some day 1 shall need you." sank into labor these nine entailed for the sakeof and then well talk it over. No doubt His heart wa heavy, heavier. than it
School. The chair.
1 .l\ MI. Farlow' Private I'I "My life has always been at your reporter a the tenth. some one is watching outside.. Be had ever been before.
tlriv" d and When inactive he rather
in his arms was a ,
. < The harried bundle the path to the door of disposal, sir, since that night you rescued dreamy eyed sort of chap. He possessed At length) Brain glanced at his careful. "Your master left a will?" 9,
he "
up it""Well sir. I could .
watch and the princess nodded. Adieux "Very'good., "Indeed not say.
the ancient that of ,
seized accomplishment
4 I rare
He I
the house. struck several times. He I haven't the least. doubt* that talking one subject and thlnkIng were said. Inside the taxicab: Braine Hsrgreave bowed his head in his "We can say. He has still tftre or t
\ Knocker and when I ask will give.. |I upon four millions In stocks and bonds. at ,
the bundle on the steps you upon another at the same time. leaned back with a deep audible sigh. hands. Many times he had Journeyed f

. _j and then ran placed back to the waiting carriage, "Without question 'sir. It was al- i'iSo.. while be 1y with the "What it is?"'she asked. to the school and hung about the What available h_> vcV to the*bottom. of the *eawas .

, iways' so understood. | vane his "The luck the devil' "' gates, straining his eyes toward the .. cash-
of he
: into which he stepped'Off ,/ I'I'I young woman on themes own, "I know about hls'flqaI
I -t- with you!I" '' Hargreave's glance sought the mirror '. thoughts were busy speculating upon said. "Child of the Steppes, for year merry groups of young !girls Which I ida butler nothing and valet." e' r

That's a good word. sir. Maybe we then the smilless face of his man. |I her companion. He was quite certain I've flown about seas and continents, among them was his heart of his was Vroon mad ,.it, .f l p
"Come I
He but the sound conveyedno that the Braine and heart blood of his blood T That see nodded ; ; *
'. ,can mat your train.. I laughed name was as through; valley over mountainsfor time took
"Do you think you could find this' sense of mirth; then he turned and I, sumed but he was' also equally certain what For the sight of the face might never be drawn into this abominable in We ourselves offPut thing, ..

::;;,'plaee* again" I nt down the step slowly, like a man : that the 'man carried an extraordinary of that man we nave just left. At tangle,:he had resolutely torn orderclose'f, the. safe- You .poor 'j'. .

f-,- '. "You couldn't get me on this pike burdened with some thought, which i brain under his thatch first' glance I wasn't sure; but the her out of his life completely. 'The for jackals: 'outbreak t' always )have to watch you.., 1,. .,.

*-''again sir for a thousand; ,not mel" i wa net altogether to his liking He of salt and, pepper hair. The man sound of his voice was -enough. Olga happiness of watching the child' grow !" vandalism.-_ I Off.WitbVyon ... .:?;; ..' .J

The door slammed and the un..J had' sent an order for Ida car, but had had 'written three .jt>r four brilliant)the next ,tune you *ee. that reporter. Into girlhood he bad'denied himself. He .was' the last'Y"'i to leave., He.staredlong ; ' .,.t1.,

..'.;1mown rank hack- againth "cush.]immediately, countermanded H. He monographs poisons"-and 'the uses throw: your arms around his. neck and She at least would b'safe. Only and earchingiy at iosa-who''i ...

yr .. Ti,, took out hti handkerchief would' :walk tllThe'grew tired, hail a radium, and 'I,was ,through and -by kiss h&n.'" What 4 did,? I tell yon? when "he.was safe In<. -f.r* country; felt.tt* burning but refused't. f

}1.dad trued the **!' :: from!ltayicab'an4take'a] run vp and down these that the reporter.had managedto Without Norton's '.help *rl would hot would he dare'tall "hen' t He tried in it lest fase ,.\
I the plotter the flri .
The) burden Ira*'off'Broadway."*'The-"wonderful :conjure-upa.picture 'of.hcrhe ..j meet see J a1. ....:- '
>/,Us forehead. tb1L' ;The door jlO iJi,:
c .. Inthe ..diverting., '' .For but r + alwsysuaw;:.the .mother fd.ttf.uyf.Il; : ,',
- dv ..... -. prove .inconspicuously: ,. r; j you at your apartment so-so; -- -wbomJJae,1 E houi\ .sod listan. ; t "

,they would rtievvr- b'able' to eighteen yearsnearly; and now-it was'a 8 denly tt>..pupil*.:.nt., Urmlm+'. 't>Theman:ef-th.-Blatdr.Hundadr h4 Ivs4**d hated-- with.aU- -- -rtUany TMy.soartrorl.' ...sttf.......... " -.

wk rough.heart -8omp h *natural for him to throw .'glance'over eye* narrowed-the-eye became.celd. sb. whispered. =, -- of., hi* yoaUyT' l; :: r1FCentlnmd

tits folly of his youth.t .. .; .: -: ". .bi. 'shoalder "wben.ver-b: Jeff:*Over : the smoke ofhi* eigaret be The man who' deserted aod'.dle:i thingihappn. *
...It 'wa. a quarter. often.. .10'JlJ- - 1qIt..I '-the" house. ,a*, -it wa- tor, 'him to breathe.- ',twos Jookfng;into,: the 'wall:;,mirror?',A the:. Black:,Hnndred, whobroke;hi* 'Then _wa*.-a visit", to, jbe'haD..r, of,: ( .:' _:t'. l.M": '.. -
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Notes : Separate Blouse With OO..OO.OOO.O.OOOOOOO .to' with', 4--o-M Of 00 to to to to ..tO.. .

Dreesy Gabardine Gown THE1 FIRELESS COOKER:, Smart Gown PlaitedSkirt Women act as factory inspector In'

Make or buy a fireless. cooker. It and Short Overtkirt.Al'KICOT . British Columba, .. JI., ;
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Editor.
Belle Harris )
(Mattie is
unexcelled for stews, cereals, pud-
vegetables. A fireless cook- -Women will ,be allowed to competein ',
,
U made to all patrons of tie Valley Gazette to vend- items k er keeps the kitchen cool, saves labor the next Olympia games -
: ._RFyoeet and fuel and does not encourage flies, ;'J H
.J of society event to the Editor for publication in these colonial because there is no odor of cooking to Among this year's graduates at Wei,:
: '
sixteen
. attract them. lesey College, are engaged tov'>
To manufacture a homemade cooker marry. '
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t., . . . . . . . . . . . 111111111_ 111111111111111111* take a large wooden basket or box e 'i
not less than sixteen inches high and Nearly 27,000 women and gtrri art';,
",,' 'Madame De Boy re Honored. : granite dinner pall holding about a employed in the ftextile trade In Phila.; "' 'I(

I' Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark entertained : / gallon, with a tight fitting cover and delphia. i
... .I Madame De Boyre the popular tango CHURCH NOTICES. fifteen inches across, an. eight inch w ct e e i,
dancer who has been at the Dixie : OOOOOO.OO.OOO. O: some excelsior. tb'6 1 e9 Princess Josephine von Lobko'6'ita1 <, '
OOOC .
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) Theatre this week. The affair was a BAPTIST. Pack the excelsior into the wooden won the chief woman's prize in the',

'" '" luncheon at the. country. club. Sunday at .the .Baptist: church Dr. bucket to the depth of about three society fencing tournament. held at"'

7. I Holt will preach as usual. The morn- i j inches and on this place the granite Prague. '.. .
{ l Birthday Party. ing sermon will be "The Words of pail and pack the excelsior tightl/
:".... h Little Miss Lilian Rush entertained 1 Christ," The evening aerrrion' will be I around it to the top. If properly Miss Mabel Carney has been) apPointed ..,. '
a number of her jOUends Wednesday I "Tha Gospel fit Isaiah." Twenty min- | packed the pail can be lifted out of to train the high school jttipuf '"'
,i afternoon in honor &ber tenth birthday ute sermons these hot days. Everybody ] the excelsior disturbing the in Minnesota to teach in the JfcrnJ 'v
f" a't her homo on abbette sereet. invited. I packing.To schools 6f the 'state. .
:' Delicious refreshments" of ice cream, cook vegetables prepare in the ; :

lemonade and cake were served. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. j! usual way, put in the pail and boil I Dr. Annie Hubert has been i,.. ,.
JI: Rev. :A. M. Chisholm wilF'preach' at for ten or twenty minutes in the pail. r pointed resident physicjan in the workhouse :. \
t-: Delightful) Tea at Narcoonee Home. the Christian church Sunday on the | Then place the pall in a box;; pack I on Black well's Island, N. Y., it :

d. : ,,\ Mrs Jane Cadman a'aa the charm ) following subjects: "The Unweary the excelsior around it and pay no-fur a yearly salary of $1,800. "p i
ing hdste. at a four o'clock tea given Way," at the morning hour, and "AWorthhile ther attention to it until to a aaA I V ,

c at the "Bungalow her beautiful Sealer ar night. A'' serve the vegetables, which shod be j The women in the Sherborn, MaliS.I M'
::- country home near Narcosee, last Sun- welcome is extended to all. different performance ol
. ; i iI if in a short time. However, as I prison recently gave a -
t day. cookers have different heat retaining I the Gilbert,, and Sullivan opera, "The
...... .l She was ably asi ted by her talented METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY.The properties the time can be best deter- Pirates of Penzance.;; "
4- daughter Miss Marjorie. The pastor wil preach to the chil- 1A mined by experiment. With a fireless .

'j guests included Judge and Mrs. G. F. dren and administer the communion at 1 1I cooker 'there "is no danger of having 1- HaroneBS Worporgo) one of the- *.
'. Kribbs of Kiasimraee, Mrsg May Kil the morning hour. Subject for the
; 1I I burned of scorched food. smartest women in Vienna society: j
_<' mer of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Des evening hour, "Whatsoever a man I I k I I was one of.the first among the Austrian '
;. I mond Little. ., Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. soweth that shall he also reap." You I PEACH AND RICE MERINGUE.Put I aristocrats to take up aviation. \

Denlg and Mr. .Entriken. of Narcoosee. are cordially invited to attend the services I rice on the fire in a saucepan of 1 II !

.\ t cold water. Stir occasionally while it I Each of the several hundred grad
Miss Helen Jones Entertains. MEETING. heating. Let boil five minutes; 1 1j'S uates of the Philadelphia Normal
LAYMEN
,, : t Miss Helen Jones entertained the meetingat then drain in a sieve and pass cold School for Girls has ben found to be
the
};:\ members of her Sunday school; class Were the Pastime you at last Laymen's Sunday to hear 'ater from the faucet through it. This 1 "as nearly perfect as possible." i:iI
Wednesday afternon at her home on blanched rice. Now cook I '/.
k ?'j Dr. Lawler's splendid talk If not, ; called a e e .
Emmett street of blanched rice and salt in
cupful ,,
treat and cannot This month the women teachers of
missed rare you C
a
,f''u Games played on the lawn you
were
of milk until tender and
three cupfuls
Atlanta Ga. put on equal J?
which automobile ride was afford to miss these splendid op- were an
after an add three yolks, one-quarter:
try
egg
footing with the men as far as salary >%
portunitiesDr.
,.. enjoyed. refreshments of ice cream J. C. Davis will lead the meting cupful each of butter, sugar and was concerned at a cost of $18,000 to f'
I' Delicious served. next Sunday afternoon at J o'clock z whipped cream. Make a border of rice the city. Heretofore they have re- $,
and cake were SS on a serving dish that will stand the ceived much less and had
and we are going to talk about mat to'work f
.F a ters of vital importance to the town of e-- S heat of the oven. Surround this with twice as long as the men on the high '\
; : Kuykendall-Coleman. Kissimmee, and we very much desire a halves of peaches (fresh or canned), schools to reach the maximum. A
i.. The marriage of J. D. Kuykendall full attendance.We with skins removed. Inside the border .
\ and Mrs. Ruth E. Coleman, which place sliced peaches and rice Inlayers I
are going to arrange on that I Dr. Mary Walker. Dr. Helen Pal-
celebrated in Hawthorne last Sat- sprinkling the peaches with
? was occasion for out of town work
some lisser and Dr. Anna T. Johnlanda
friends here, and the whole dome were \;
urday, is of interest to sugar giving a
have the
You
-" that i is urgent. the three women named as internes .
resided very with dust
Cover
Kuykendall formerly shape. meringue,
Mr. .
+- } where
of assisting in this noblework.
privilege l IL"'T'V" VOOI"ulilp. in Itcllevue hospital. The three.younlC'
with "and in about ten
set
time. sugar oven CRAPE OOWN.
for some I
Will embrace the oppor- all of Cornell .
:,' ,' The wedding ceremony occured at you minutes. I women are. graduates ,
treated with
tunity The box plait, so long
Mrs.J. A net blouse, a blue
x the bride's mother, creamy gray
d'\, the home of Some good music hag been arranged I THE AFTER MEAl REST. disdain, has not only returned, but is '
in dull anda of
" J. Gay. Rev. J. J. Coar, pastor of if girdle embroidered gold 'I The heart" the vegetarian is said ,
the First Baptist church of Gainesville and you will not be disappointed tailored skirt of light blue gabardineare j One should rest after meals if it is occupying a place of popularity. the to beat on an average of fifty-eight "

,1.' ; was the officiating clergyman. you attend.W.. II. JONES, Chairman. happily combined in the one piece : at ,al') possible for a quarter of nn of fashions of colored the season.Canton On the gown illus- beats to the minute while that of the ':!
which illustrated here. The skirt, in hour least. Thi. i is especially apricot crape
,. Immediately after the wedding, costume at + necessary 'meat eater averages seventy-two a.
I b. was attended by only a few of the intimate spite of its suggestion of being tailored after the ch'el meal. trated here box the foundation and is skirt by is : difference of 22,00 beats in twe1tyI !
closely plaited topped
t' friends and relatives of the is dressy in the extreme, having a Many people ate addicted *.o, the infront I four hours. ' .
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Kuy BOUDOIR GOWN. closely gathered double frill around short nan after dinner, which is u a plain little overskirt fastened
contracting II
: kendall left for Clearwater, where the hem and an abundance of drapingat good habit :f the sleep is i -a short one. by bullet shaped yellow buttons, I ::
edged with white. On the bodice'thelow The Million Dollar jj
Mystery.
their home. Mr. Kuy the back. The final touch of But if the sleep is of two hour.
they will make editor of the Garment That Has Little to Suggest smartness l is given this costume by the duration it is decidedly: bad for both shoulder line is evident. High I Read the story in the Valley Gazette. T
' kendall Clearwater l is the Sun.managing Its Being a N.OIi.... high buttoned boots. digestion and healrn. buttoned boots with light tan suede ''I See the pictures at the Dixie Them, ;'Yb:

} Thoroughly feminine Is this negligee tops add the finishing! touch.A .

1 A Pleasant Surprise'Party.A of pink crepe'de chine draped In graceful BAKED: ASPARAGUS TIP$.

number of Carson Farmer's folds. Bodice and overskirt are of Boil asparagus tips in salted water good churchman was trying to DR. J. C. DAVISthe t.
1 friends him a surprise party an all pver design of shadow lace II Campbell II until tender. Have ready some slicesof l instruct some little slum children.
gave
at his home. on buttered toast. Arrange the asparagus "Can anyone here tell me about well knownOjtometrist
(r Wednesday evening in small mounds the "
on toast Good Friday? -he asked of the class.
Bryan street.was play- I -Mrs. Vida. Branson spent Monday in sprinkle with buttered breadcrumbs "Surel" cried the boy in the corner. '
The time pleasantly-spent refreshments Lakeland visiting her sister Mrs. and a little grated cheese and set in "He was the"feller that done chores
s hl';' Ing games; and delicious and cake were + Belle Goodman. hot oven for five or eight minutes, for Robinson Crusoe." "' .
cf Ice cream, punch ; Mrs. Isaac Lanier and granddaugh bet long enough to get perfectly hot. I has returned to his home offices
ri
"
eerved ter Elsie in Plant Pour over dish, Just before serving, a
the evening were spent Saturday At the kindergarten which Dick attends
,
'i Those who enjoyed ,
+',. '" Misses-Ruth,Butler, Grace: Nelson, .City visiting relatives'. little hot cream.RASPBERRY, . the favorite song is "RingingOut PARK HOTEL A f,
Rev. A. J. Chill conducted services '
Belle Bearden, the Glad Tidings.
Alma Griffin, MargerU TURNOVERS. where he will test free and sell ,
here and eye*
Sunday, preached two fine
Messrs. Billie The other Dick found in the
and day
was
Lucy Witherspoon Roll out pie crust and cut in sections glasses for a few weeks. Headache
/sermons.
Makinson. Albert Bearden, Scott Messrs. Alford and Dewey Ivey, of about four or five inches square. back room turning an old cloths- cured with glasses. "t
Souders and Marion Farmer. of in wringer. When asked what, he was
, Put a spoonful raspberry jam
. ..'. i 'R Otlw3 a 'j'i Loughman, were visitors here Sun- : center, fold over twice and press downthe. doing ie replied: Work Guaranteed and Prices Reas ro.

". J. ,: Shakespeare Club. I day.Mrs.. W. A. Burroughs entertaineda two ends and trim off with a sharp "Ringing out the glad tidings." onable.

.t The Shakespeare club was delightfully number of her friends Saturday knife. Brush the tops with milk and .. ..
entertained Tuesday afternoon right. bake in a hot oven.HUCKLEBERRY. - S .!

a by Mrs. J. W. Prentis at her home on +a Miss Ola Campbell spent Tuesday in MUFFINS.To :T


. 'f';1., Main were Refreshments street.served. Those of 'punch present and, were cake Kissimmee A pf surprise Mrs. J.shopping.E.party Kirkpatrick was given last il')weekat honor flour, make two teaspoonfuls these take of two baking cupfuls powder of- f liThe Prescription Drug Store" I t

Mrs. F. C. Bryan, Mrs. N. C. Bryan her home on Lime street. Many a cupful of milk an egg a teaspoonful -
f Mrs. W. L. Winn, Mrs. Earl Lupfer, friends of salt, a tablespoonful of t
' Mrs. Verner Ellis, Mrs. G. F. Kribbs Joh present. sugar a tablespoonful of butter .and a
) Mrs. Campbell and daughter Sift the flour FOR YOUR i iBaby's
Mrs. Boyce, Miss Bay and Miss. Ault- 'I Lillian spent Sunday in this city visiting cupful of huckleberries. into -
salt and a
baking powder, sugar ,
' man. The next meeting will be with

,: k Miss Aultman, at her home on Broadway Miss friends.Janette :Branson, of Kissim bowl beaten; add egg: the and milk melted slowly better, the; well mix h.
r'
,"it:, meet i is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. well and add the huckleberries, which i.
J Lanier. been carefully picked over.
_) Tennis Part have
i
'f'- - Miss Blanche Nance returned to her Brush muffin tins with lard, put a
Will Mason Tiller entertained Wednesday
J home In Bartow after few weeks
a of the mixture in each and
spoonful
afternoon in honor of his birthday
-
visit to relatives here.
. 1\\. with a lawn tennis at his bake thirty minutes in a moderateoven. .
party
Messrs. C. B. and R. G. Lamb have Sake
j' home on Beaumont avenue. Deliciousrefreshments just finished planting a 10-acre patch : i
( :t of ice cream and cake of eggplant. The Million Dollar Mystery.

... were served. Those who enjoyed the _\ Thrilling story in Valley Gazette.;; ,
afternoon Mlsset' Phyllis 1 Jarrel '
t:. were Sensational picture at Dixie Theatre.
Virginia Tiller, Mildred Winn, Maur- Four-year-old Tommy was rolling MOTHER'S LOVE In a .
ine Dann.. Kathleen Futch, Cecelia his hoop on Sunday. "And you wouldn't begin a journeyon A mixture. of When tenderness she andwledom.
Haaklns. Ethel! Lee. Kathleen Bearden, "You mustn't roll your hoop in the Friday able to nurse kier baby her In a nn-1s-
Marian Porter, Helen Bass, Lillian front yard on' Sunday," his mother "Not I." dom Is put to the test to securefor '
Prentis, Ethel Gilbert, Maud Alice PIXK CKATB OBB. said. "You must go into the back "I can't understand how you can It that f ,)d upon which It '. .
will thrive.' In the old the Who
Hay mother
could not (five hebab,
Wagner,-Charlotte McMurray, MattU frilled at the elbows and falling scarf garden! hare faith in such a silly superstition. breat milk helplessly watched It die. for there was no other food to ?'
i'k Belle Harris and Messrs. Harris DownIng like over the shoulder A draped girdle "Isn't it Sunday in the back garden, "No superstition about it. Satur- give It. not even. such a thing as a nursing. bottle. -<- ,
,
Nathan Bryan Ralph' Bearden "
'' and Paul McKee. of pink satin ribbon Is knotted In -nama' ? asked ToD JD,. day's payday. Later, when mothers gave their babies cow's milk, It was almost
j front ends hanging below the knee. I as bad. For It took many years to learn that It was from disease and
cow's milk that
Impurities In most babies died. In some states there' p
Epworth League Entertained To effect the Invisible closing of the a tubercular cow for nearly every baby In the state. For this reason ws
Mr. L. U. Zimmerman delightfullyentertained bodice the ever useful snap fastener take the responsibility of rti..mmendlng- following _

the members of the Senior baa been called Into use.

in the parlors of the Thursday Methodist e church FOODS FOR THE BABY

; The time was very pleasantly, spent FREE BIBLE LECTURE; BY WELL SALE L :
IS CLOSNjOUT Hor'llck's Malted Milk, Melle.'. Food, Kskar's AlbassenlsedItol F
playing games 'among which' were an KNOWN RAILROAD CONDUCTOR
advertising! contest and a sculptor >lBon'* 1'mtrmt Rurlvj. We know that mother's milk Is best. -a.
contest. Miss Lillian Prentis won a At.the court house in Kissimmee, that the only food to give the baby in'Its pla/re Is one that will nil th

box of candy in the advertising con Sunday, August 2, at 8 o'clock p. m., batry's need exactly and be a. pure 'at mother' milk Itself.
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8. T. Buchanan of the A. C. L. -- -- -- -- -=------- -----
+ ; 'ef+F. Capt. The above foods) are like mother's milk and Just as safe. They are ,.
test.A
;t reading by Miss Helen Bass anda R. R., will deliver his intensely interesting nourishing oasy to digest and help you to raise the little one. to healthy :;; ,
vocal 'solo by Miss Lilian Prentiswas lecture: on the question, "Is It manhood and womanhood. ':,

very much enjoyed. God qr Satan That Is Winning" Everything in our stock will In our window this week you will find a hunilrtd and one little z/
Delicious: refreshments of< herb rt, Besides being a highly competent things for baby-nlp, nursing bottles, juvenile soap dusting powders -
M' lemonade and cake were served. railroad man Captain' Buchanan is an and soft hair brushes. Thl. drug store IB a store ,,for little and blr.youi'B . J'1X s
Those present; Misses Lilian Pren excellent Bible scholar, which latter I be sold out tomorrow---Sat- and old. _ :A

tie, Helen Bass, Helen Jones, Charlotte fact he always proves to the entireBaUdactlon The "Prescription Drug Storb" Is headquarters for,
McMnrray Alberta Hobson, of his audience. ExaminIng -
Parah Clark, Sarah Clark Lilian Har. his subject, as ho does, from a urday at BARGAIN PRICES .
u \rls. Marjorie Fntch, Huffman, Mattie railroad conductor's: standpoint, he POINSETTIA ICE CREAM

r Belle Harris, Mr. Rutherford. Mrs, brings to the discussion a unique line ,
Wiley and'Messrs. Earl Cowager, of arguments which are at once Interesting 'I'bls cream Is made In a palace from pure products, and you'll eat 110 ,
Rev. Lawler and Dr. and convincing. .. other jatter you try It. It Ie known a. the tried and true Ice cream and '
'Ralph.m.r, l 'The .mllo tollows' ta;e spoon." '
.Davis,, / ;, v Captain Buchanan pay* hi* own'expeneea Be UrCtO.COIII.e 3i
: and asks nothing from Ida audience $ 4O1BBLE& KUslmmee people not'only praise It bat sal It.Vh)' not youTlhMM t tt

4I' 4 - -a'WhM-'was 'the only, thing Jonah b jcareful attention.,. ... .' .,. ,
.needed> to xaak'him safe" 'asked .a All earnest Bible students and honest '., ." ."'." i

f Sunday school teacher: having told the skeptics are invited Contributed. t 1

j"". .r \loqaJaatoq.and meaningto; impress ... "" '; " !?" '
,.,o 'tfee 1*.*on of faith.' ,': .'-( ,. 1 Td'cool the air underground and ,
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'unexpected
'ft'Th.'feanh 1eainaji
SONS
>Vorfc
thereby permit:the i miners >to -- .
0nply4" >t-' ,-< ;. t: longer-shift the owuei of.'sV-eGrtn : I'' .....-i '. '
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.. A ,. t-: :
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. 1-- A*<,;-STNelaon- L and Henry OYer.treet. '

.f 'i-._ ,-T t.pllon.No. 11.) return tonight from' Wauchula, Hungarians Are: 'i"
Plant- and other KISSIMMEE 1 RETAIL MARKET(
Published I City places where they ]
Every Friday By have been in the ,interest of. th, local :New Colonists/n'
W. B. BARKIS.Weather .
growers Association. r { .. ,
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Sunday from an automobile' trip to .. QUOTATIONS ,FOR .,AUGUST 1st,., 1914: ,: ..,,:;
Punta Gorda
Sebring, Avon Park and 4"
r 'p : porll other point 'south, the. trip covering The'first member of the Hungar ':
four hundred; miles. San' colony which IB to setle three 4 .

thousand acre -. in Osceola, county , 0. ( yG. :M. ,,TAYLOR). .
L ; Following are the daily temperature Mr.."and Mrs. Geo. H. Simpson and passed through Kissimmee last week, ,\ ,,
brother of.,. Joilet 111- were vision en route from Chicago to their holdings '
*.bi and precipitation as in the city this week. They have been A second part of,the colonists No. 1 Cala. >Peaches n .-,-,.-,'. :.lkl'18 Jb.T.M. Blend i_i...*..... tOe" Strained Honey',.........\..:....'........... ,lie I AWoos.r'

reported' 'the Government prosp*.ting in Florida .and were es will come from Chicago -on\Wedn.aday No.: 2tt Ca1.... eaeh.:4.. : ,.:ii w5e. 1 lb Rising* Sun .??....,.. Sk Sane ,,........'.;"..>...., lee:

r station at. ..lmm.. forth. pecl l delighted with Kissimmee. or Thursday of the coming week No. 2tt Gag'* Plums ....:.:.:...? 2fk 1 lb Preferred Stock ....... '40cH Sani-Flush .i_..i.l: : ::..,,. ..... He:

weekending July 30, 1914: H. C.' Stanford and 'S.'H. Bullock and expect to stop over in the city.golnl" No. 2 Purple Plums .-.:_:: ....,. 10. ft Peri Walla'Tea, ..__?.?.. sOe Mothers", Oat., ,.._r.._..i...__..(' lOe

1 Max.Mm.RaIn motored to Coronada Saturday for a tomobile.from her to t.Bassinger. by,airs No. '2 Gooseberries...._:,::....-*,. 11 We %'lb Pert .Walla Tea ......... tie National' Oat; ...1_: *":'!" ........ lOe.

Thursday _____ 89"' 72 '80 brief visit with their families, and returned Mrs. Westelinovitis, whose husbandis No.' 2 Blackberries _________ 12 ft* Vi lb Cracker; : Tea .__.. .bOo Cream 'of/'Wheat/': .__.......r.:_--_ lie, '

+ Wednesday ____ 91Tuesday 71 Monday.W. promoting the settlement of the col.. No. 2, Bluebdrrie.; ': .._,; lye V& Ib Tampa Bay Hotel ....... sOe 3 Pkgs Corn Flake _.. ..t.-,;" 11U.

_______ 98 '78 J. McCracken and son Fred,.arrived ony of his native countrymen, came No. 1 Preserved Figs ______ 15c 6 Cake Octagon Soap ........ 2Se Minute'Tapioca .-.._-._,.__.. .1,4W'""

1 Monday _______ 97 72 last Friday from St. Paul, Neb., down from Chicago her with the.first with party No. 1 Apple Butter -_?_______ lOe 6 Cakes Whit Laundry ...... 2Sc Flask Castor Oil ___....._."" 'IOe-'

Sunday -- ---- 98 74 with have been a carload selling of in horses the local which market they her.bringing Mr. Weseelinoviti two daughter and family expect No..2% Sweet Beets :..._.____ 2k( 6 Pkgs. Washing Powder.... 25e Flask Spt*. Turpentine 1Ir.....:.; IOc'.

I Saturday ______ 97 74 this.week. to reside in Kissimmee, conducting : No. 1 Asparagus Tip ___... 15e BroOm. .______....___ 25e, We, SOe 4 'OE. Peroxide Hydro,,.?..,.,._ lOe,

Friday _________ 92. 72 the marketing of such products No. 2 Derby Sweet Corn ______ lOc No. H Chip Beef ...___._____ lc 2 os. Machine Oil ,:.. ..-......,:.:,-_ Ie ?,

00000 ily Rlfey from Godwin Whittier has to moved St. Cloud his fam-, in a point* the and colony it is will expected raise from that Mrs.this Mo. Fancy Sweet Corn .*.._ lljgc! No*.' 2 Blue'Back Mackerel ____ lie Colgate's Talcum .......___.."T ,t541 '

order to give \his children the advantages Wescelinovitis will be in the city today No. 2 Green Lima' Beans __u__ lOc 1 I No. H Ga. Hash _________.__ 10? Toothache Drop ....__--__.., tOe'' r

'. -H- of the high school at that or tomorrow to get located. No. 2 Pork and 'Beans St. --_..... lOe No. 4i'Lunch Tongue .......... 20e Eye Water ?.._?_______.___ 11e' r '

place. The tract of land which Mr. Wescel- No. 1 Tomato Soup .___._u__ 5e I 5 Cans Vienna..Sausage ..._... 25e Vaseline >>_._.-....>.?-....V: Ie u

THE LOCAL FIELD )i Mr. and_Mrs.. W. J. Sears and son will inovitis be devoted has secured to truck for. raising the colony and No. % Flat.Red Salmon ______ lOc I 6 Cans Potted Ham uu______ 25c Fancy Smoked Bacon v.' _-.-.-... 18e' ..

. : Joseph will leave the first of the week citrus groves. About one hundredand No 1 Tall PinV Salroon T____ 12J4e: Stuffed Olives _________ tOe Odorless] 'Lard -___.-__...-__-- 129 cter..
A for Asheville, N. C. Mr. Sears will fifty families will compose the No' 1 Flat Red Salmon ____...- 20c Sweet Pickles ________________ tOe Gold Seal,Butter ._.,,,?..*.-.--40e

111111111111111 II I I I I I III I make a business trip to Washington colony and they will come in small No.; 1 Dry Shrimp ______-'___ Ice Sweet Relish ...-.*_-________ Joe Evaporated Apple ..._..... tie '

.4.. W. H. Brokaw.. with'rjfflng Brothers whjle he is away. groups on the regular excursions from 5 Ib Geod Coffee _____:_____. l.pO Heine's Chili Sauce __h______ 25e Dry Peaches _..?_..._.?.;.- 12e, t'l
T the tree the North until he entire number are .
people. 40tf H. W Barnett has let the contractfor 8 Ib Cracker: Boy ------------ 1.00 I Libby's Preserves ____.___u.__. lOc Seedless Raisins ,,..,-,..*-:.. lice:; ,

;, Mrs. C. E. Denig, of Runnymeade, the construction a neat five-room work began bungalow last ,week.and here.Mme. _ 8 Ib Chief r----____________ 1.00I Apple Jelly _--_------------- '1Oe Men'. Suspenders_ le JOe
in the I
was city shopping .
Tuesday.
He expects to have it ready for occupancy Caillaux'Freed -- -- -- w .
W. A. Smith, of Lakeland, spent in about hirty days. USE PEROXIDE BATH SOAP FOR ASHliiiYOUR: HEADw::
Sunday in the city.
While seining in Lake Hatchenchalast By Jury;
-'"" .- Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert are spend- week W. T. Hansell's fishing crew Every Item Turned Out by U. Fully Guaranteed
ing the week in Tampa. found the bottom part of an old Indian Accused Now IIIParis
dugout canoe, which Mr. Han- S .
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap.! sell declares must have been a hundred -- "
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf years old. It was found in about three TAYLOR'SPHONE :
'. feet of water and when exposed to oo oooooooo.oooooo
Victor Hill, of Narcoosee 0 0 Y ,
spent the sun and air cracked open and .
Wednesday in the city. 40 July 28.-M roe HenrletteCaillsux. 40
went to in a few hours.
I pieces 40 wife of the Ex-Premier 40 250 424 BROADWAY
A. S. Nelson and J. H. Hewins made Miss Irene Hilliard and brother, 40 Joseph Caillaux was acquitted 0

a business trip to Orlando Tuesday.! James Hilliard, spent several enjQY-- + Tuesday, after a trial lasting 0 ... .. '
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able-days in Tampa and returned this nine days, on the charge jof murdering 0 ---- "
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T. L. Rainey returned Tuesday from week. They visited friends and also 40 Gaston Calmette, editor O located in on* of the residences bought r '
\\'t.' a two weeks visit in Georgia. their mother at the Dr. Gilbert Sani- 40 of the Figaro, on March 16. 0 REPUBLICANS MEETANDGOMFLETETIGKET. ST; LOUIS MAN BUYS Mr. Boyer plan to open the rink M an' ,'
tarium whi is The 0 0 up-to-date amusement hall during the
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller of Con- greatly improved.
three together had a fine day at St. OO. OOOOOOOOO OOOO coming season y,
j ]eye, spent Thursday in the city.. r }
Petersburg and Pas-a-Grille havinga Paris, July 28.-Today's session of PROPERTY IN CITYChas. """
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case delightful ride on the steamer Favorite the trial of Mme. Henriette Caillauxfor Arcadia.-Woodmen of the World
'. of Fever or Chills. Price 25 cents. across the bay.J. I the murder of aston Calmette came and L O. O. F. have plans by_and let" .

E. L. Lesley has returned from a S. Marshall, wife and daughter; o an abrupt end when the prisoner Republicans! o( the county met in E. Boyer, of St. Louis, Mo., contract to erect building; 0x72 feet;,
weeks visit to the ranch: arrived in the city last Friday from collapsed during a cuting arraignment adjo jrne.i session Wednesday in St. has recently purchased the H. F. Stein brick; gravel on Carey' roofing;.electric
counsel for the Cal- '
. Keokuk, Iowa, and are now comfort- by Maitre Chenut property in the city} consisting of lighting; cost 16000. .
J. Ed Hall of Okeechobee, was in the ably domiciled at their residence 714 I mette heirs, and had to be carried- Clrud and clcrtttd J S. J. Scriter: president three buildings residence on Mab- I I ,

" city a day or two this week. Mabbette street. which was purchasedby from the courtroom. of the c'ul.: Wm.. Bircher, vice- bette street a residence on Sumner Waucbula,-First, Baptist: .Church.

Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. Mr. Marshall some time ago. He visibly Mme.weaker Caillaux during had the been address growing to president; Frank Munsell, secretary; street, and what it known as the Rink Rev. J. R. Well, pastor, let contract' n
The sale
also the old M. N. Overstreet building. was made by J.
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf owns the jury of Ma: ;lie Seligman.\ anotherof and E C Femmore treasurer. I"McPhatter. Mr. to liter & Flower. Wauehula, to'erect
grove and property at Shingle Creek Boyer expects to reside -
W. B. Crawford spent Wednesday which he expects to improve. He the Calmette nHorreys, who began The convention decided to rehabilitate > here, he and his family being iq Sunday school .nnexf; 20 room.J, .

. ,f In Arcadia transacting business. brought two fine horses down with vened.summing A up hot as watatottlo soon )as the wee covrt p'nued;+con- the ticket nominated at tha las' the city at this. time waiting to get ordinary constriction; cost >f 4,000.Stanford's .

him from Iowa. convention, as well as nominate candidates ___ _
:tt t "4 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case beneath her feet and a cushion at her '. n '
B. F. Hall, of Alva Harmon for certain other offices.
f- of Fever or Chills. Price 25 cents. Captain back.Maitre <
Raulerson and Wilfred Under Seligma-t in his nddress said: Without opposition the following I
+.I'I Mr. and Mrs. Rull Bass are spend- hill, of Bassinger came up to the city "You have heard witness after wit- were nominated: '
ing"a' month in Hot Springs,.Ark. this week in Mr. Raulerson's car. ness speak in praise of the late M. Representative in the .Legislature : : w
Captain Hall is a former resident of Calmette. There has ben only one F. F. H, Pope.Superintendent. : I'
;, "'& Mr. C. Foley went to Tampa Saturday Kissimmee and for a number of years discordant note and that came fromM. of Public Instruction .1' I Stanford'sOur ji .
I. where he will make his home'in. operated a packet steamer between Caillaux. What connection with -C. S. Cooper.
the future. this place and Basinger. For the past the case has the' fortune of the mur- ;, Tax Collector-A. M. Daughty. .
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few years he has been running be- dreed mans How many millions must Tax Assessor-M. U. Porter. ,
Mrs. A. M. Story left Wednesd tween Fort Myers and Lake Okee- a man have in order to permit his be- Treasurer H. DeGraw. ,

for Palaskl a three and weeks Chattanooga visit with, Tenn.F. friends. In chobee, but his steamer is now con- ing assassinated with complete im- ,Johnson.Commissioner, First District-Clay line of of Woolens for the: t
i fined to the lake on account of the punity T ,-
H. Lawson was sick: the Tatter low water in the, Calosahatchee river. '"I will speak of nothing except the I Member School Board Third District : r :
part of the week but U able to be assassination pf M. Calmette," Maitre --Henry Kloos. !
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Chenu wa sayingwhen the prisoner Registrar-A. Daugherty. i y.
\- now.Miss wooned. "I wil 'ask the accused Putting Pope on the ticket a*,"'a .Fall.and WinterS : .

: Imo Morow returned Sunday HOLY. NAME'. ,SOCIETY whether when .she. spoke- of her love candidate for legislature instead of ,.. ,
from Lansing, Mich.;where,'she has for her daughter, she thought of the congress leave W.... 'Sear 'withoutopposition. *

been for some time.R. . two children of M. Calmette whose ., will'-'med'
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ORGANIZED IN shall as approval
pictures never felt him.: I .not( ,, .
T. Butler, J. T.over and atempt to go into the biography of ORDER rOR'-PDBLIJATION.
John Cornell motored Ormond Mme. Caillaux. 6he is a cool, sensi- 'of the wearers of 'high-class madetomeasiufe -
Sunday and the day. emotion I. ClrcBlt c..... State .t FI.r.*., ..,,- '
spent without
<< a meeting of the men of the ble woman or" pity. .Bth ........at Clre..a," O clB C.BBty. clothes. 1'
She has tears only for herself. -
, Mrs. Harmon Steffee and daughter congregation, held last Sunday night I. Caa.eery.Laura :
Edouard Seligman one of the at- B. O'Bryan Complainant vs. *
}., of Green Pond, are visiting Mrs. 'after service, in the vestry of the torneys representing the family of the Oeorge R. Green. et al.. DetendantLtb.t
f George Steffee. I Catholic church, a branch of the Holy murdered editor was first to address bill appearing filed In; by the affidavit above- appended tated cause to Every measurement t taken carefully

: S. :'. Triken, of Narcoosee, was Name Society was organiged. The the"court. tha4 Green. and L.' F. Green.
I meeting was called and presided over the defendants therein. named. are. resIdents -
" transacting business in the city Sat- Every garment guaranteed to fit
I by the Rev. M. Fox, pastor of the of the State of FlorIda.. and that
urday. I KIDS PLAY BALL. the actual place of residence li un-
t ; I church, and the following officers known over the, age of twentyoneyears I .
"i -.- E. C. Euing left Tuesday for Way- ,: were elected: The KiBsimmee '"Cubs" defeatedthe ; It I. therefore ordered, that I
'II. land, Mich. Mr. Euing spent the past''', Mathias Schreifels, vice-prisedent. I St. Cloud "Kids" in both games said are hereby non-resident required defendants to appear be and to 'i We are holding our old customers,
season here and will return this fall. I i Lawrence Tress, president. of a double-header played on the local the ,bill of complaint filed In said
t Anthony Rogero, secretary. diamond Wednesday, scores being cause on or before. Monday the and are gaining new Ones with this
y 1 Mrs. Akis Bass and daughter Pearl, A. Santiago, treasurer. of tA.sd 1914. other i P
Joseph 10 to 5, and 18 to 2. The "Cubs" battery r..ede allegations ; bill will betaken
;j< of St. Cloud, spent Monday in the city i iI' The Holy Names Society has a ,' Roscoe Roberson and Roy Les- as . said defendant.It line; Ask lis about it. '
+. shopping. i very large membership scattered over were too much for the .visitors Is further. order thai this orderbe xr
children of the United Sates. Its pbrpose is one wile the locals hit the visitors' pitcher published. weeks once In a the week Kissimmee for four consecutive Val--
and 'i
f Mrs. J. C. Arenburg '
Mrs. I that should appeal to all lovers of the rather freely. These teams are ly Gazette, a newspaper published In I
Green Cove Springs are. visiting Redeemer. It is to encourage among said County: and State. 1
composed of the youngsters betweenthe
4- ., Jennie Collver. : members of the Society reverence for ages of 10 and IS. While the This, ..Julytb., L 1511.J OVERSTR1IJCT.. : i, H.1 C. 81 ANFORDCO
Mrs. Maude and Mabel Jordan, of I the Holy Name of Jesus and to discourage scores wer rather large the boys put (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.
t T.mpal.are visiting their sister. Mrs. profanity among non-mem- up some .good baseball, showing that By JAMBS )(. JOHNSTON.Clerk. .
Deputy
G. D. Boone.Judge bers. A" who are interested in rev- they are coming. Batteries: Kissimmee LEWIS O'BRYAN. :I
erence for the Deity, non-Catholic as "Cubs," Roberson and Lesley; Solicitor for Complainant. tl-4t .
and Mrs G. F. Kribbs spent well as Catholic, must be interestedin St. Cloud "Kids," ePterson and Peter- I 1 j .
'. Sunday and Mondayiili Narcoosee the the spirit of the Holy Name So son. .
I guests of Col. and .Mr Cadman. ciety. It is not political in its aim

t W. N. and S. W.. Lawler. of Lakeland nor secret in its methods. An automobile truck road 100 miles ,
spent Sunday with their parents long is to be constructed in Kwang- npilfsb PDIiPelffect'i
1 Rev. and Mrs. S. ,W. Lawler of this Wisconsin's new law protecting tung province, China. The enterpriseis
I' cityj* frogs in their breeding season is be- to be financed by Chinese capitalists .
z lieved to be the first of its kind in the and the road constructed by Chin-

I: Gilbert Mrs. C.left L.Thursday Bandy and far Miss Asheville Corine, world. S.. ese enginers. emir Rabbit rand 'Garden 'Fenct(:. NBl

., N. C., where they will spend sometimes -- -

I I I,I SLEEP-DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESS I THIS, the most'recent addition to the "Pittsburgh Perfect". line of Electrically

'F. .W. Dennis Jr., representativeof Machine Welded Fences, is specially designed to effectually keep in the.smallest chicks and 'r

i the Co.International, Is in the city Typesetting in the interest - rabbits at the same time affording them perfect protection against. dogs wild animals

I of the company.. 01 1 I BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM, QUICKLY Y VANISH. and stock. As a garden fence it is equally effective and is the greatest fence. value. ,
offered for these
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Squires, of -- ever, The perfect adaptability purposes.of "Pittsburgh Perfect" Pence unequakd.. It coir .. ':

St.Mrs.Cloud D. G., are Francis visiting, at with their Capt.home and on Even Most' Chronic: Sufferers Find Relief sift live all it the out poisons of the from system the' blood and forms to uneven ground without trouble remaining stiff, even and strong under, anyconditions. '

: Emmett street. | After a Few Doses So sure, so positive, so quick and r '
2 All Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences are made of heavily galvanized Open Hearth 1
4 W. C. W. C.. Bass Jr., J. J. |I Are Taken. lasting, are the results obtained from ,
. and Bass.Jim 'Paulk, left Tuesday the use of Croxone, that three doses Wire-like old time iron wire-and is strongest and most durable fence r.r t,
Griffin
1 in automobile for Cairo, Ga. All a day for a'few days are often all wire made. THE WELD THAT HELD f Joins stay an4, strand wires ,
an Backache, urinary disorders, and that is required to cure the worst I perfect and producing absolutely the "
Paulk expected to return making a amalgamation
: t except Mr. are rheumatism, are caused from weak, case of backache, regulate the most jl by electricity \ 1
Sund.y--. inactive kidneys which fail to filter annoying bladder disorders and over- 5- 54 strongest wire fence made. .
l Mrs. Paulk and daughter, Miss Myrtle -I out the impurities and keep the blood'come the numerous other similar, conh y EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT : a at
1 i left Tuesday for their home inCaro pure, and the only war on earth ''diticms. '

r, ;, Ga. after pleasant visit with permanently and )positively;! cure 1 It! is the most wonderful prepara- t W. B. MAKINSON COMPANYr'
' :} parents, Ilr and Mrs.'George Bass. troubles, is to remove the cause. tion ever made for the purpose. It
The new discovery, Croxone, cure i'.s I'! entirely different from all other .
,:; R. C.' ; nt and operator at such condition because it reaches(remedies.: There fa nothing else on PHONE 123 ,
A Alachna. arrived the city this week the very root of the disease. e II t earth to compare with it. It i.i so 1
:;:, spend month's vacaion with rela-. into the inactive U ] '
a:y to a soak right stopped up irepared it practically ImpoaI .
, ,Y tins and friends. kidneys, through the wall and Bible I to take it into the human sys- .
linings;; cleans out the little filtering f .em without result Mnt
at
t John R. Clay chief mechanician and dissolve .. ,
last cell and glands'neutralizes; You can obtain an original package
Mach Bro, garage. returned i the), poisonous uric.acid a ub-of Croxone at trifling cost from any
week fronvan extended visit to Lag. *> stance thai lodge' in the Joint and Ifirst-cUs I drug ,store. All druggist

M, : Yle..Kleh.t muscles" to scratch and irritate and I are. authorised'" to,,personally: return t
: .. ia G.'Seiv:: returned yesterday3rom cause rheumatism;'' it neutralize .th the purchase rie. U Croxone falla.to
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it longer Irrltcte the tender --RiTe. '
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intended-Irosinwiitrip on urine *o no ci'sirec..resalu"cardle.a!
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k number or western m.m of,.'.thJ>]ladder..an4clean : lliow old.youar..howJong-you Lavi..
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'' r' (Continued, from Page Five.) are everything in this wide world U' I| '"To whom, then, does this hat belong "Not the least In the world" \
your father. YOU will never know y ?" she asked quietly. She wave laughed the reporter.' "You two clear tout

'" hitch the chair toward the table. Hallway the misery and lonllness he Buffered her hand indolently toward the hal of here as fast as :your rascally
e i across the'.lntervening space he< that you might not have on hour of THE, BALLOON IS WRECKEDAND rack. legs can cary you. I don't know what
crumpled In his chair- almost completely unrest What are yonr plans?" he 1 Jones' lips tightened "That-belong your game is, but I do know every I "

d, exhauited. He let a quartet asked abruptly of the teacher from to Miss Gray, a kind ofprotege of Mi, reputable detective in New York, and .

j of an hour pan, then made the final! Miss Farlow's. DROPS INTO THE OCEAN Hargreave's.I .".- you don't belong.! r
ib attack upon the remaining distance.. "That depends," she answered, laying I "Indeed! You have no objection to "Good heavens!I" exclaimed the prin- "

He succeeded in reaching: the desk., her hand protectingly over the my seeing her? My maiden name wa cess; 'do you mean to say these men
but he could not have stirred an Inch &"irl's. Olga Pushkin cousin to Katrina, wif. are not real detectives?''
farther. The hair on his head was "You could leave Miss Farlow's on WITH ITS HUMAN CARGO$1,000,000 --- of Stanley Hargreave. I am, if you'' "This girl goes to the police station

damp with sweat. and his hands were the moment?" will weigh the matter carefully, i a I young man. So much the worse for ,
clammy. "Yes;" kind of aunt. I you if you medle. Take yourself off!" '

When he felt strength returning:,, "Then you will stay and be Miss DISAPPEARSwhat To Jones it was as- if ice had suddenly I "All in good time" "

i he lifted the telephone off the hook I Florence's companion ?" come into contact with his'; '' "Here, Jenner, you take charge of
with his teeth "Gladly." heart's blood. But as he still stool the girl Ill handle this guy. He '-4-
"Central. Central! Call the police to "What is my father's name?" in the shadow, she did not observe the i shall go to the station, too.
liargrave's ; I "Hargreave, Stanley Hargreavfi.! becomes of the Million Dollars ? pallor of his face. ; What followed would always be

house, Riverdale. Tell The girl's eyes widened in terror. 'If you will state exactly why you vividly remembered by Florence, fresh
to break In." Suddenly she burst into a wild ftenzyI wish to se her, madam." school life. Norton knocked his op-
f *' "Where's vour gag?" I I sobbing, her head against the shoulder "You seem to possess authority : from the peace and happiness of heri
"There wasn't any." I of her erswhile teacher. Yes, madam, absolute authoritY'" I ponent down. He rose and for a most ;
"Then why didn't you yell for help ?" [ "What in it?" Jones produced his document and presented ment the room seemed ful of legs and Warms "7

w 'The thieves lured our neighbors Jones appeared visibly sh 'cked. it to her. and panting men. A foot tripped I','

away from town. The patrolman who "We read the story in the news- "There is no flaw in that," she up Norton and he .went down under A,

,, walks this beat is bound and gagged paper," said the elder woman, her own SOLVE THE agreed readily. "I wish to see thi the bogus detective. He never suspected -
and Is probably reposing back" of the : eyes filling with tears. "The poor child. I have told you why." that the tripping foot was not

r ,billboard in the next block while chill! To have all her castles-in-air : "Very well, madam. Why had they accidental. lie was too busy. f

"Murphy, you watch thin man" said tumble down like this! But what authority not telegraphed the child, even on the The other man dragged Florence .
sir- I make a call on the neighbors, have you to engage me ?" sen- I train to return to Farlow's. He knew toward the hall, but there the peaceful .41
the officer who Deemed to lx in authority" -I Hibl .-- 'I nothing of this woman, whether nh butler entered ino the field of nc-
When he returned he! was
-"e
was an enemy or a friend lie con- tion with unattractive auto-
very
a
"We'd bettor Jones produced a document, duly
frowning seriously ,, ducted his unwelcome guest into the threw his.
matic. The detective up
telephone to the precinct to search for signed by lIar reavt', and witnessedand -
Dennison. There's nobody at hpme sealed I ) gy: a notary, in which it library. hands. ..
in either house''' and there's nobody' wa sot forth that Henry Jones butler I "How: did you Know that ,shc was I The strugle went on in the library. .

t back of the billboards\ Untie the man. I and valet to Stanley Hargreave: had here' suddenly. But I A trick of the jiu- ttsu brought about -
'" s' w When this was done the officer said:: full powers of atorney in the event of I But she was ready "I did not. the downfall of Norton's man, and
j' "Now, tell us what's happened; and l his ( Hargreave's! ) disappearance; in the death of Mr. l Hargreave broughtme. Norton ran into the hall to aid Jones.
don't forget any of the detail" the event of his death, till Florence I And that youthful hat in the hall He searched the detective's pocketsand
Jones told a simple and convincing{ 1.'unw of legal age. I was a story all its own. Later I shall secured the revolver. The resultof

story; it was BO simple and (convincing; { Said Jones as he put the document I -MYSTERY show you some papers of my them.own. all this was that the two bogus detectives -
that the police believed! it without back-in. his pocket: "What is your You will have no cause to doubt of found themselves in chargeof
They have not the legal power
name? and
two policemen, they were
s question."Well, if that ain't thp limit' Dida' "Susan Wane." I' yours, but"they would find staifdmg in marched off to the station.
"Do love this child ?" any court.
hear autos outside ? you "Your advent most
you any Jones turned and went in seach of was providential -
"I don't recollect" said Jones. "With all my hea'rt, the poor unhappy Mr. Norton," said Jones in his
Florence.The
"
; t stretching his legs gratefully "Why.?" ,; babe! usual colorless tones.
in
lost I no time beginning -
.
princess
!
"Than
ban'd'measenger
bandits held a ) you j
,, "The auto up
today and oL away with Inside the house he comiuetwi! them her investigations, but she.wasted "I rather believe so Why don't youpack "
the her time. There was no secret up and clear out for awhile?
through theanou.s rooms, at ,
thousand Whenever a man
twenty I panel in evidence "I 1 am stronger in this house than
' draws down a big sum they seem to Hume time teling them what: had taken i I
,i'i, Florence the
call place during the nreriximir nirht"They "Who is she ? asked as elsewhere 'answered butler enigmatically .
f know about it. And Murphy, '
say. "' "Old .
she looked at the card. my
look out have not found his body
and have the river police
up father I I father know princesses""Yes "Well, know best" said the ."e-
fancied airship Your master asked Florence. 'My poor, poo'r you
;{ for a new - --- ---- -- -- "Be
!' said Jones briefly very porter .
may have been rescued turning) "No. "The elder is a teacher from a pri lay reading on the divan. There wa careful :what you say to her. Admit The breathing rapidly.
to Jones. vate school; the other is Stanley Hargreave's no cigaret between her well shape* nothing She claims to be a cousin princess was
"If I only sure of that, sir'1! i "Then he may be alive! she
were No on second thought had no
I for
1 daughter. lips, she was not the accepted of mother. Perhaps
took themselves off, "Please God that he may! said the your
( t When'the police butler with for he had "Good Lo'dl" gasped the astdnishet type of adventuress. In fact, she wa mother?" Without waitingfor wish to throw her' rms about the re
d f Jones proceeded to act upon thosi genuine piety, "My
reporter. "He never mentioned the not an adventuress; she was reall]; Jones neck and kiss him.
early !II loved the man who had gone fortl further advice from porter's
laid down by Hargreaves ] any
,I i plans ( fact to me, and we've been together it the Princess Perigoff. Her maiden his authority,
that night. When this was done hi I into the night so bravely and so thought presuming upon (To be Continued.)
some tight places. name had ben Olga Pushkin but mon
;
sought his bed and fell asleep the< strangely. "This is your room. You whom Florence in her young years
f'' of the exhausted. When liar father spent many happy hours hen "He never mentioned it, to any 6n of that later. I she ran down stairs to the library.
aleep I but Jones seemed to When Braine in he found hei
me. again reflect. came
10 learn fact about
mother to some
Jones to share his preparing it for Her ,
i you.
greave picked up At last he raised his glance tc dreaming with half closed eyes. Hi nothing y
whom she knew -
into of
fortunes, he had put his trust in no Tears came the girl's eyes the mother ACT
I I again, and discreetly Jones left the the reporter. "Are you willing tc flourished an evening newspaper I QUICKLY'
.) ,' ordinary man. wait for the real ?" the best-of make mis "
us
trooped out to the two alone. a great sory, story "Olga, even You knew my mother? she cried
; A dozen reporters "If there is one," answered Norton takes. Here just glance over this." ,
p..Harereave home, only tofind it de "What shall I do, Susan, Whatevei I without ceremony. \
aerted. And while they were ringinf' shall I do ?" with his usual caution. The Russian accepted the newspapei He heard the princess say: "I did,
"Be always J I "On my word of honor you shall and read the heading indicated: "Aero child and heaven is witness that
Dells and taping windows, the marthey" brave as you are. my ; Delay Has Been Dangerous in Kin '
j tramping and will never leave you till you find your have such a story as you never dreamt naut picked up far out at sea. Slips are the exact picture of her at .r :
you
1 sought was up .
., 1'ot if will not to from the steamer. Had simmee.
t' of the railway station. father." you promise divulgeit ashore tramp And I knew your father. .!
down the platform your age.
!'? Florence kissed her fervently. "What till the appointed time five thousand in cash in his pockets: Jones straightened his hands shut ,
"I agree. "Hargreave escaped! Do the right thing at the right time. 1
Through all this time Norton, their Iie opinion of the butler? tightly.
1 your "The and of that "Not necessarily she replied. "If
reporterHargreava's: only friend. slept I we may both trust him peace happiness "Tell me about my father!" Act quickly in time of danger. \
how he would have had
the aleep of the just anunjust. H< absoluely." word.child "depend upon you keep your it was than Hargreave five thousand In his pock. The princess smiled. It was Ka- In time of kidney danger Doan'sKidneyPills :
his before noon. Then Florence began exploring the more ,I life the same
to
rarely opened eyes trina Pushkin come most effective. j
''That was sufficient for Norton eta ..)ly friend. I believe it an attemptto are ..
of house. Susan followed her closely, "I knew him but
, I: Group after group passenger "Your master knew me. He knew also fool l you; or it; is another man en impulsiveness. Plenty Qf Klssimmee evidence Of .
as Florence behind the child
Often just peered mirrors myself
i Jones 'eyedeagerly. slightly. I was a mere .
a in of the desk that I am not a man who promises tirely. She clicked ,her teeth with I heir; worth. ,
approaching the drawers cheeks. .
?( ha was in the met pictures, ,,, to the I nails. when he used to pinch my
: couple of young women, m.--man in'he bokcaves. lightly.. "Now, intrduce me' the tops of her polished In the met him again the other night: but he 1, B. Dillard, Emmett St., Kisstm+:

would hurry up, and there would be "What are you hunting for, child?" daughter.With plain reluctance Jones went house.s"There What"the are.two young deuce'women can that dldjnot recognize me; and I could not nee, says: "About three years'ago 't'
At length the "A of father." But his
kisses or handshakes. photograph my find it la my heart to awaken memo '
about the affair. Norton put a dozen ?" 1 was laid up for eleven months -with'ciatic
.
that mean
crowd thinned,.and then it was she found none. More, there were no in a public restaurant.
r.l accompanied by a young woman I in the photographs of any kind to be foundin perfunctory,.questions to the girl. '"Two 'young women? 01! then ory Presently Jones came in to an- rheumatism and the physician f" ;

be discovered a young girl perhaps 111, Stanley Hargreave's home. What he was in search of was not everything's as simple as daylight. nounce that two detectives requested attending me, said the trouble was

g 14 ''early thirties. They had the appearance When Norton awoke, he naturally news but the sound of hervoice. In 'Katrina Pushkin, my cousin, had a to see Florence. The two men entered. rought.on by disordered kidneys. I
r( of eagerly awaiting some one. I went to the door for the morning papers that quarter of an hour he felt his I I child." j informing her that they had been instructed in
heart disturbed as it had never be- had child? vas about as bad shape as anyone
Jones stepped forward with a good which were always placed in a neat "Child ? Hargreave a to investigate the disappearance -
deal of diffidence. I pile before the sill. He yawned, gathered fore been disturbed. I I What do you mean, by keeping this of Stanley Hargreave. ould be I ,had taken almost every __

""Yo\l are waiting: for some one'?" I up the bundle, was about to climb\ "Now, Mr. Norton, said Jones fact from me?" he stormed. I "Who are you, miss?" kind! of medicine the doctor had prescribed -

.',jg, "Yes." said the elder woman coldly. I back into, bed, when a headline caught gloomily, "will" you be so kind as to I I. "It was useless till this moment. He I "I am his daughter.' but didn't get good results. 'I
"A broken bracelet?" I his dull eye. Twenty-one minutes lat- follow me? I probably sent for her yesterday; but I "Ah!" .
1 The distrust on both faces vanished er, to be precise, he ran up the steps Norton was led to Jones' bedroom. I in his effort to escape had to turn her i One of the detectives, questioned inally began taking Doan's Kidney .
j The young girl's face lot the Hargreave home and rang the The butler-valet closed the door and I over to his butler. We .shall soon I Florence minutely while the other Pills and I noticed their good effect

-, brightened, her eyes sparkled with I bell He was admitted by the tacti- drew the window shade. Always I learn whether Hargreave is dead or I wandered about the rooms, feeling the ight away. I used in all about six

au excitement. I turn Jones, to whom \he reporter had seeking shadows.! This did not impress I alive. We can use the child .bring walls, using a magnifying glass, turning boxes and I now feel ever so much
You' aremy father ?" : never paid any particular attention: the reporter at the time; he had him back" I back the rugs. Even the girl's etter.< I recommend Doan's
"No, miss," vety gravely. "I 1 am 'I Somehow Jones always managed to' no other thought but the story. Jones The anger went out of his eyes. I prety room not escaping his sccrutmy. Kidney
the butler. ,I stand in shadows. 'I then sat down beside the reporter and 1 "You're a wonder, Olga." I By and by he returned to the library 'ills willingly for what they have '

' ;'s "Let me see your part of the bracelet I "I can add nothing to what has already alked in an undertone. When he had,' "But you should have gone with and beckoned to companion.. The one for me."

," said the young girl's guardian, I appeared in the newspapers," done he took Norton by the elboW and last night. He does everything two conferred for a moment. One Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't aim- j
;i a teacher who had been assigned to'I replied Jones, as Norton opened his gently but forcibly led him down to the Just as you tell him. When they reported chanced to look into the mirror He ply ask for a kidney remedy-get ...
this delicate task by Miss Farlov, who I batteries of inquiries. front door and ushered him forth. that Hargreave had visited I saw the bright eyes of the princess >oan's Kidney Pills-the same that
\ herself to say good-by: i i "Mr. Jones, I have known your master Norton jumped into his taxicab and Ort's hangar you ought to have pre- gazing inteligently into his. Jr. Dillard had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
ed to Flounce anywhere except at the I several years, as you will recollect. returned to his rooms which were at pared against such a coup as flight I "I'm afraid we'll have to ask you to rops., Buffalo, N. Y. -'
ru? school-gates. There never was a woman in this the top of the huge apartment hotel. through the air." ', accompany us to the station, miss." r
it The halves,were produced and ex- I house, not even among-the servants. He Immediately called up his man- "I admit it. But a daughter! Well, "Why?" o
t amined."I There are two in the other room. Who aging editor. I can bring him back," with a sinister "Some technicalities.!! We must have eooooooo oooooooo

believe we may trust him, Flor-* are they? And what are they doing "Hello! This is Norton. Put Grif- laugh. "By the Lord Harry, I some proof of your right to be in this DESIRABLE
.ence." here?" fin on the Hargreave yarn. I'm off on have him in my hands this time, that house. So far as we have learned HOMES f
"Let us hurry to the taxicab. Wee Jones shook his head. another deal." it, if this girl turns out to be his Hargreave was 'unmarried. It will FOR SOME ONEA
must not stand here.' I "Well, I can easily find out.' "But Hargreave was a friend of daughter. A million? Two, three, take but a few minutes."

'4' "My mother?" I Jones barred his path, and for the yours," protested the managing edi all he has in the world. I want, you "And J will accompany you," said 6-room house, 100 ft. lot
J "She is dead. I believe she died 'first time Norton gazed.into the eyes! to pay: avisit right away. Watch the the princess. 'We'll be back within $150 cash. ,

|MI shortly after your birth. I have been II'of the man servant. They were as tor."I know it. But you know me well butler, oneil. Hell the of course; but half an hour. I'll thell them what I A 5-rom bungalow, 147 V4 ft.
f \\ \ with your father but fourteen years. I hard as gun metal. I I enough, Mr. Blair. I should not ask note how he,treats girl; and if you know.:: lots $1,000 cash.'-" .. -- - ---.1'

I know. very little of- -his -life, -f.tmor- to "My daar.Mr..-Jones-you- ought to ,; the lransfef tf it was hOt vitally Im geT the chance look around the walls Jones, in the hall, caught sight of A 6-room cotage closets and .
'
a that. 1 know that sooner or later we reporters portant. for a secret panel. He might not have the reporter coming up the steps. Here lots of J porch room .
on
"Why did he leave me all these years' find out what we seek." I "0, well." carried away the cash at all, only was some one he could depend upon. street, $600 'cash. good
coming to see me? reflect. "Mr. I sha'nit ." for his Imediate needs, which !"
without ever I Jones appeared to We be scooped enough "Why, Mr. Norton An elegant residence, modern
> "Why* Norton, you claim to be a friend of '"If you- can promise that, I don't would account for that five thousand The reporter eyed the princess in close in, $1,500 cash. ,
r "It is not for me Miss Florence to Mr. Hargreave.'! care who works the job. Will you be OH the man picked up at sea. If I amazement. A desirable bungalow well

y. inquire into your\ father's act. But i "I do not claim. I am. More than in the office tonight. could only get Inside. that house for You lok surprised. Naturally. I furnished; terms to suit
I do know that whatever he did was I that I do not believe he is dead. He "If nothing prevents me." an Hour!" im a cousin of Miss Florence's moth- purchaser -

meant for the best. Your welfare was was deep' He had some relentless enemies '"Well, good-by., "I believe 111 call at once. Leo, wasHargreave er. You might sa ythat I am her A modern 12-room house; suitable
;;L r.. eve thing to him." : -I don't know wherefrom or Norton filled his pipe, drew his chair the man's real name?" iunt. It'a. anal world isn't it?" for two families, for '
,, "It' I is all very strange,'" said the! I what kind-and he is pretending he's to'the window, and stared at the great Brain laughedrThat la of no vital But if wishing could poison, the reporter rooming and boarding. or'
girl, bewilderedly. "Why didn't he dead till this blows over and is forgot liner going down to sea. consequence. He will be Hargreave would have died that moment.

,ry : .ppni to meet me Instead of you?" I ten." "Lord, Lord!" he murmured. Then. till the end of the chapter, dead of "Who are you and what are you doing Ask Mrs. SummersAbout
; r, <.Jones stared at his hands, miserably. '!''I I "You are not going, to say that in he smiled and chuckled.' Some bright alive. You can tell me the news at dinner here?" one of. the detectives de-

;'- ?Whtf" she demanded. "I have ,I your newspaper?" Jones. was visibly morning he would have all New York tonight. f nanded."I Location and Prices.
.0', <,i''>,; him, thought of him. He agitated. by the ears, the police running roundIn So, later, when the butler acceptedher am going to ask that very ques- Have
has,hurt me with all this neglect. I ,I, "Not till I Can prove it." circles: and the chiefs of the rival card at the door, loath as he mightbe t:ion of you," said Norton, urbanely. land a small tract of real '
; 'expected to see him at the station, to :I "If I tell you who those young ladies sheets tearing their hair. What a there was nothing for him to do "We are from headquarters'reIied Terms orange given, if only $50 per acre.

feftT( f, !throw: my arms around his neck and I I are, will you give me your word of story I Four columns on the first but> admit her. > one, showing his badge. desired.
,. . forgive him!" Tears swam honor not to write about them till I page, and two whole pages Sunday. "Whom do you wish to see. madam "What' headquarters T What.re. 608 Penfteld. Avenue block
fA her eyes as she 'spoke I I give my permission?" And all of sudden he ceasedto ?" stoning back into the shadow. hey asking you to do?" he said to ;' west of Clyde (Clyde,

i ., Everything! will be explained to you I I Norton, having in mind11.. big smile! and chuckle.In . "Miss Hargreave. I'm. an old friendf to ence. : the 2nd avenue west of courthouse
; , iriMn w.. reach the house. But always story at the end of this mysterious the living room of the Princess her mother's." "They say I must go to the police .' leading south). i

'fSmembar this Miss Florence. : You I f tangle, agreed. Olga Perigoff's apartment the neatness. "There is-no such person here." tation with them." 0 6C6 i'r
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;1< CROP "I am glad jto in Florida, for it Ucooler Quincy,-Forty thousand dollars for :0 O. _O.OUO.O ,O',! OJ'0 0 -Jacksonville.-City will construct :
her this morning than it was one crop of tobacco is a deal that was reinforced.concrete, bridge .-on Main MARVELOUS ,
in the White mountain all last week," pulled off in Quincy when Douglass, 0 Florida's Record for''Shlpmfnte.! I street over Slogans creek
was the statement of L, M. Follans- Carmichael & Malone sold their Afty- 'JacksonvflleFla.D.epit., the;* '* .
l bee, of Nahua. N. II., who reached six acres of shaded tobacco to W. H. +*poor season. and adverse weather 0 Tampa.--Atltntlc Coast Line R.'R.,
:.1 { 0 conditions this epring-'there have O
Jacksonville with a party of Ida the genial and hustling
prom representative E. P.
Pleasant Chief
St. Cloud Will Plant Immense inent New Englanders, en route for of the American Cigar.Company 0 0 been past"three shipped Monthsendlr"Jane out, of' Florida the ++ N. C.,, is reported Engineer to,build Wilmington W.C.Woodalloflnduslrir. 'M
the lower part of the state. of New York. Usually .u q big bridge acres Hillsborough river at ,
0 30, 2,019 carloads of fruit .let- '
The visitors came in on the SeaboardAir deals as this one takes several days ; Cass street lift
.' J ; single of bascule) type
Acreage Line railway, and were charmed but it's different in the tobacco business -10 I. tuce 300 cars; celery 1.6X4 cars; clearance 75 feet; span 88 feet; steel Index Pays Tribute t ""
with the trip and delighted with their and an hour at the outside was tomatoes 6,434 cars; strawber- construction. t
first taste of Florida. Many of the all that was necessary' to carry the ,, 0 ties 210 car.; potatoes 2,138 cars; 0 e
.?;r party already have property in the I deal through. There were three other i i pineapples 879 cars; watermelons 0 Jacksonville.-Seaboard Air line I

STRAWBERRY MOST DELICIOUSOF state, and others announced their intention buyers after the same crop, all recognizing \ 4 4 and 3.667 4,194 cars; cars cantaloupes of mixed 329 cars-, *O Railway, W. D. Faucette, Chief Engineer SAYS WHOLE STATE THROBS
velr'tables.
ALL FRUITS DO WELL-SEC. of investing before leaving. I the splendid quality and expert 0 0 Norfolk, Vav .reported to construct WITH LIFE ENTERPRISE.-
The party, consisting of well known handling that is the reputation of the pier extending from bulkhead t
TION PRACTICALLY IMMUNE men and women, was en-route to Lake Douglass, MarmichaeL Malone peo- 4 qOO t. OOOOOOOOOO"OOOOOOO" 0 front out to deep water; has bulkhead- L IC SPIRIT AND' A DESIRE- TO '- rr

FRQM FROST. Worth, on the East Coast, where they ple, and were anxious to secure! the ed !..street for width--of streetand DO THINGS.
will remain for some time. crop even at a very high price. Thereis Cars moved last week -._____ 16 Hogan In apace bulkheaded with f
t In V city like St. Cloud, where nine- The members of the party were especially -' certainly a moral in this for'those Cars moved. week before last __ 22 sand from river; pave with vitrified 1 "MOlt "remarkable development"la
tenths of the Inhabitants are newComers delighted< with the Florida who expect to grow tobacco in the; fu- Total .e...' moved to last brick aproach to docks and _portion .the South" saM W. C.: Woodall of the
, it is only reasonable to July weather, and said that if those ture-grow it right take care of it Saturday ._._.._.-.___.....20, 66 added to street end when filled in. :Industrial Index in speaking of Florida .
that many experiments would suppose be who fear summer in the South would right and make a right delivery and Jacksonville, Fla.-The West Coast | while he was in Jacksonville last
made in the growing of fruits and veg- but come to this state during the mid- I .he' right price willbe the result.FLORIDA'S fruit growers report conditions of the Tampa.-'City will pave Fortune week from Columbus, Ga. Mr; Wood.
tables, and that some failures would. summer month they would soon be citrus crop at this time excellent and street to Hillsborough river; 4,600,.all came to personally gather, notes I
is enthusiastic over what they findas GROSS-MONEY there is every indication that there regardingeOrIN' phases of Jackson-'
made but the people who live here equaryrarda.C ,
II be the Northern 1 UNNOTICED will tie large yield of and .
as-a rule, are quick to catch on to the the veriest devote: of CROP GOES > a oranges -rifle and-Florida-dealopmeat-ter thai
thing to do, the right to *ke resorts grapefruit in that district. Some ex. Fort Pierce.-St. Lucie county will journal with which he is connected,'
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right the soil, the right kind way of Those composing the party were: I Sweet*potatoes-just common sweet parts- predict from present prospect hard-surface with marl road fromFellsm.re "Everywhere the example set by- ,!'
prepare or fruits to plant in certain L. M. Follansbee? president; E. P. potatoes. The easiest crop to grow there will be the largest crop in years.There 1% miles north; also har-d- your state Is cited as a modi,'' said Mr.'
soil vegetables and the right time to cultivate. Gage, treasurer and G. J. Beaudit, 11n Florida, yielding 300 bushels upward are many new groves doming surface with marl about 4 miles on Se- Woodall. "It is really true that FlorIda ;
manager of the Salerno office of the I per acre. into bearing, both on the East and the Sastian and Fellsmere road. i.-doing more now y other
, And they have learned from an experience Lake Worth Sales and Developing Florida farmers do not take advantage West Coast which more than make up Southern state and this fact Indeed !
of the past four years that of Company; C. H. Muzzy, Newbury, N. of the easiest opportunities. I for the'fruit that dropped during thesnrinlZ' Plant City.-Board of Public Works significant for the entire Southeastern '
all the crops grown in Florida none H.; Mrs. Carolina Ela, Lowell, Mass., ,' The native farmer erows- just enough droughtThere is no doubt ordered extension of sewer on South section of the country is growing: and
">ay better than does eggplant, and who will locate in Florida permanently t potatoes to see him through until th ti.he'rui' on the trees at the present Collins street 1,200 feet, and on prospering as never before. If you
this season at least a half hundred ; Frank Allard of the transportation !j the next season and cares for no time if in splendid condition and Montgomery street 500 feet. wiH make a careful analysis of the y
acres will be planted to that delicious department of the Boston and Maine more. Often he does not consider the yield will probably be larger than reports in the track journals of new a y
vegetable.One railroad; Mrs. A. S. Herring, a prom- that there are others who want pota- last Reason. Nice showers in almost Miami.-Miami Gas Company issued construction work new industries, land '
of the principal reasons why inent woman of Concord, N. H.j; Eli | toes and are willing to pay for them. every section of the state have put the $200,00 bonds for improvements developments and immigration enterprises . 1..
eggplant is a most profitable truck to Langlois, a well known theatrical i The yankee farmer coming into the crop in excellent condition and the in local system, additional pipe lines, you will note that Florida i.. ; p
grow is that this immediate section is manager, and John Carter, an artist. state does not care for sweet potatoes trees are looking fine. container and other equipment, etc.; now furnishing more information of .n.. ; .
practically immune from frost, and as a regular diet and will not Shipments of grapefruit from the container will have capacity of 800,000 this character than any other statein r
the eggs are in prime condition here NEW CAR LINE grow them for himself or others. East Coast will be early. The first cubic fet.Fellemere.. ,. the South. This is true of the raporta '
long after they have been frozen a few BARTOW TO TAMPAIt The consequence is there are never car will leave the latter part of Sep- N sent to the Industrial Index and
miles farther north. enough potatoes to supply the demand tember. This month will close the .-FellemereWater- Co.. Ie..-marts-of-commentianur office.. _
the as the spring and Bummer advances citrus fruit teason for 1913-14. will construct waterworks. doubt
Eggplant usually brings highest is generally known that the in. .. and other trade journals have no ;
along about December let, and I until the new crop comes had similar experience.' -
figure a
TO 1 I
phosphate people of Polk county are will be less WINTER PARK
there is This year the yield Marianna. Jackson Commissioners Life _
that is long after not a one rail County Throbblnc 'With J
left in the field in North Florida. now road busy from planning for far a as new the Export -I than ever, the average for five years HAVE ICE: PLANT I to provide funds to pave "From the Georgia line to the tip
as
Then again it is not at all unusual Tampa four miles west of Bar- past 'in the state being 2,278.000 the bushels Winter Park, Fla.-A. H. Hutchinson -' around courthouse square with con of the peninsula state Florida is throb., '

for a grower to gather from 600 to 800 tow, plant but no one suspected it to be while, according to July an agent of the Frich Company, crete. with life, with enterprise, with
crates from a single acre, afid the sea- used otherwise than a freight line agricultural report there are only Waynesboro, Pa., one of the oldest[ pubic spirit, with the desire and disposition .
son is poor indeed that does not net for the of the mines. 1,730,000 bushels in sight.In and largest ice meachinee builders in Miami. City will pave certain to do things and do them now l'
the producer at least one dollar a I But this products is not all, we are reliably the local market $1.50 per bu- the United States has been in Winter streets, with necessary drainage for When the people of a great state are
crate. informed this week that the line will shel is offered and they cannot be had Park helping to plan for a pre-cooling same; vitrified pipe and reinforced imbued with such'a spirit things are (,
On every hand truckers are saying be completed into Bartow and thatit at any price. Right here is where plant in connection with the Fruit concrete sewer.; bids about August bound to happen and things are, happening '
they intend to plant one or two acres will be used as an electric line Florida farmers are mighty short- rowers' association. The state o( FlorIda 8 on asphaltlc concrete vitrified brick, In Florida just now. The volume '
to eggplant, and it is a safe estimateto for passenger sighted. A crop so easily grown, is dotted with plants of this company bltullthic, creosoted wood block amiasphalt ; of construction work now In progress "
make that at least a half hundred traffic completely and that equipped the road win be com- yielding from $300 to $500 and per acre the nearest being in Orlando. block; proximate yardage Is enormous. New industries I' "

acre. in and immediately surrounding pleted and in operation at the earliest if properly The atttended local markets to bare yet and no Lakeland has one of thes most up-to- 95,000. . are springing In every section ef
V St. Cloud wil be devoted to growing moment possible. planters. date plants in the state. It is con the state. The amount of publlo Ua-
: that vegetable the Coming season. the whole country just naturally pin templated to make ten tons of ice by Panama CIty.-city will build 2,000 rovement In progress Is really amat-
1 But there la another thing that the J, Frink will erect twocottages ing for sweet potatoes.would If our fancy turn the raw water system. That is,the ice fet cement sidewalk and will grade. ng. Streets are being paved,"court- ''+ L
is Ocala.-W. gentlemen farmers only wil be made from deep well water and one mile of streets. school
i: soil of this section peculiarly adapted houses city halls and buildings
each' two stories little .
\ seven rooms their attention to a common '
from of .
and thatis will therefore be free erected
to successfully producing, any sewers; waterworks and elecric -,
strawberries, the most delicious of ; ordinary construction; cypress summer farming after they make the bad. features of distilled/ water ice Winter Haven. Winter Haven Itgkt plants constructed and coon-;
, the shingle roof; cost $3,00 each. their pile out of winter vegetablesand in which under all circumstances, hada School District'will vote on $40,000
palate
: all fruits that ever passed try roads just plain ordinary coun
,r, Hof"L mortal.-St. Cloud Tribune. would grow potatoes benefit and their t corn neighbors they flat taste, due to all animal life being bends to erect school.Miaml.City .. try roads-paved with brick; Through-, ;
' (J Bartow.-City has plans by yand' greatly destroyed while the raw water *. out _the Southeast buiidlngmaterial
} & Elliott, Tampa, for $10,000 Carne enrich themselves. Orange. system the ice is the same as the engaged John R. Bay- manufacturer and! dealers, architects,'
&library. County Citizen; water from which it-'s made. The less, engineer, Birmingham, to prepare engineers, manufacturers ofpavingjrick o
I f COME TO , company also proposes to pre-cool the plans and supervise Installationof and other people whose business -
Tampa.-Tampa Bay Hotel and city LARGE CREAMERY fruit, in an up-to-date room, all fruit incinerator. to cost 20000.. it Is to keep in close touch with.de
are reported to expend $40.000 to FOR GAINESVILLE being handled by machinery in a care* Florida as the mod i.
CORONADO BEACH $50,000 for improvement to Tampa fttl manenrM .insuring- that it will be St. Augustine.-Stete-Board of Con. el.atte-tstate where thsrtu; .,always .f
DaHotel.!,. Gainesville.-M. Runnels, eecretaz:7.i: free from bruises.. The pre-cooled will troth! having plans prepared for laundry something doingC -.- - '
of the Gainesville Board of Trade,'is! reduce 'the te persture of the'fruit and heating plant for State School .- Prospect Good."The .
f' Spend your summer vacationat endeavoring to get a line on a large to forty degrees Fahrenheit before it for Deaf and Blind; building be 3 generahfeelinff throughout the '
Coronado*Beach. For Apart Wb B Is number 'of farmers and land owners I goes in the car. This, it is claimed, stories; 80x40' feet; .brick;" cost,. exclusive Southeastern states,> Is optimistic,'*

. ment .'Cottage or Board write ST. CLOUD who within win reasonable agree to furnish distance a of daily the milk city! a will much.better,put the fruit: .conditidn on the, as market It will be In . .. equipment. . .1> .. ,.$10,000.- ,. '. continued are unusually Mr. Woodall.odJ"Crop Indications prospects ',,_ '

, or apply to placed in the-coolin "room as quicklyas MlamL: Miami Bottling Works will
take your meal at the supply approximately 1,000 gallons i are that we will have a bountiful yield ;,
RESTAURANT to an eastern party who is willing to possible after ft arrives at the enlarge plant; reorganize with $25,000 ot cotton and the price of the'great ,f..tapJ. f.
M. N. BLANTON, BLUE FRONT Ave. put in a large creamery plant In packing house.FLORIDA capital stock. and H. B. Graham, president . ). Is good-a cent higher than it ? ,J,
oa Pennsvlranie Alachua is already J '
Coronade, Fla. { Gainesville. county MELON SEASON CLOSES<; was a year ago. As a matter'of fact "
Meals Z5c A. R. Gomes, Prop. noted as one Of the finest live unless wholly unforeseen' conditions; ;
'I stock sections in all Flordia, and herds Jacksonville will be, Fla.practically-Watermelon done shipments this 1'itU'lville.-Indian River Manufac- develop in August, Georgia,will produce .' ,y;,
of milk cows can be maintained turing Company, capital stock $$10.000. one of the largest crops ofcotton '
I throughout the year at very small expense week. Only 94 cars moved last week organized by H. Edwin Rogers of It has ever grown. Georgia grew a ---&
due to the fact that there is and the shipments were very scattering Rogers & Paxton and others to man- large crop>> last year and got big money '5
twelve months of a few cars moving from different ufacture jellies- ete. '
B. Stetson University. De Land. practically pasturage. The total shipments to Sat- for it. The money was used largelyn
The COLLEGE OF LAW of John points. paying debts, farmersmerchants "} "I
urday, July 18, were 4,337 cars and 288 '
Key West.--Southern Bell Telephone
of study leading the inwholesale
Fla., offers a two-year and three-year course Jo | Jacksonville City about to begin cars of cantaloupes. The later ship- & Telegraph Co. will expend about and country banks and, liquidating the. .
It is the oldest andLAW !, twenty-five streets let ments of melons have been of'excel manner, state en '"
degree LLB. 1 paving on ; lent $10,000 to extend system; also enlarge tend the hew year with a clean slate. .
, best in. Florida. It has a large LAWSUPERIOR contracts totalling $343,500. quality. exchange. This year there will be a good,surplus W '. :
after the obligations .of the ..currentyear >
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body of successful alumni. Special 11 St. AUlfU tine.-A. V. Monson. let have been discharged and this > t

emphasis is placed on Florida Plead- contract to erect hotel to replace money will be ,used for investment and
burned structure at Baya lane and
ing and Practice. Its graduates admitted to practice without further ''I FLORIDA AND MEATS Bay street; 40 to 60 rooms; three and general builders improvements.are preparing for Architects a verybusy

.. examination. Faculty, law building, law library courses of study un- : W EST ERIN stories(without 63x76 mechanical feet; fireproof equipment colt) fall eeason.NEW .- '
,
,surpassed. Fall Term begins September 25. Send for Announcementfor 14000. PACKING HOUSE '

191415. West Palm Beach. Mr. Newman, FOR UMATU.LA FLA. I

Hypoluxo, Fla., let contract to A. Nelson -
f Umatilla The citrus exchange here .
Bi West Palm Beach to erect aparfem -
_. '.
-- Is about to complete and equip 1a
\ -- ._- -- --- - - - !rjt house, two lltoriell; 30x36 feet; '
five and bath each new packing house which will be on.. :
rooms on floor:
concrete '
block of the best in the state. Also it will t. "
.; cement entrance and
i porch be perhaps the largest-having- floor. .
1 > space Of 7018& feet. '
s J This packing ''house will be equip-
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St. Augustine.-W. J. Sanchez will I ped throughout with machinery made

SERVICE, erect building on Jlollpital.and Artil, and sold by the L. B. Skinner Manufacturing
TREATMENT- lery lane; 170x70 feet; three 'stories;: Company", at Its plant In
(COURTEOUS brick; stores on lower floors; apart-S Dunedin; Fla. Careful inquiry has ;
I m nts ."__- satisfied the manager. of the house i'

that this machinery may be depended > *,
iy ? upon to give entire satisfaction
I and to enable them to put on the

If YOU AreTHINKING market thoroughly first class grades ,:
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NEW GROWERS' ASSOCIATION

Invest Your JulyDividends The Bay County Growers' AssoeU-5'i '
tion was launched in Lynn Haven last, '
,OF BUILDING. A week with a very' encouraging start. '
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HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET' Mr. E. H. Hanford was elected chairman
) of the meeting and W. .G. Patort.--;.,.;,.
It is a matter of prudence to invest ,. .-. .... ." .... - ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I elected <
\ your dividends' promptly and let them Mr.,B: V, Mat hew who has been recently :.1

cafa more, money for yon. ., .don't like: to say It, but-1Ys true PREPARED appointed,agricultural agent .
"That'sJust WE AM TO FUR- for Bay.. County Was present at the -Ii..
Start an account with the Cltisens that some meat dealers either skimp- NISH PLANS AND ESTI- meeting and cave an excellent address.-r;'. ';i.;

Bank of Klsslstmee where Safety and you on weigbt or purposely, weigh culturaL encouragement for the I"rri...., -'tI' 4

Fair Rate of Interest are assured. the you more thn you, ask (or. Such DISIIONE8TYrjoeub't MATES/'AT ROCK BOTTOM. interests of. this sectionVfHe" .1i 1
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a has great faith. In the future of, .. ,_ ,, .
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BSO.we.it
;pay!: We PRICES.WH.ARNOLP. Grower's'Association what, It ;wi1I Iwv'---
gin FULL WEIGHT and we be able to '
LUTtGY accomplish. ;/_,_:,.
C ; j 4_fie r cent Interest Paid.on Savings' aAccount. i VQf n'tJparpoeeI1 give a hill: pound toamuch.;/ ASSOCIATIQN1xATN+ WSMYRNA/. ,

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PARCEL POST I IWioman'sWorldPrlnooo Man Woman's Death,Reveals ,jj STOCKED IN Let Me Fix, Up 4;. !,

d. . ,

1 l ".t : Only a Part'of Life- Mystery FLORIDA. WATERS', Your Place' this M1

,
c ,,' cuisxPnss >*AI..andor of Took,,Who r I .
.
Washington D. C.-Th. bureau offisheries ...
,. to Bo First Lady of Canada. g.oooo.Ott..o.o:. Calder.manifested a distaste for feminine -' in its, annual report, just .is SummerI ...

r'.W <, society, say those who knew her. sued announces that during the fiscal I
4 Orlando.-That the
woman ,
wr She. went to school with the other
:iblneton.Anerlcan, express who posed as the wife of "j Tram < girls and she went about to the ;year 1913 fish were distributed to Flor.I
coun-
SI ,, .Y companies of'the larger slzo suffered. 4 E." (Balder, the woman who mas- 4 try dances and such things, butt Inspite ida waters as follows: 1---\\

u"f a reduction of" 84.4 ,per cent of operating 4 queraded for yearsas a man'-4 i of the'fact that she wore skirts, Sunfish. ____ 100 1i "
nine Blue Pond
income the first High Springs ,
during !< only to have her secret revealed.oon -
She did seek the
!) soclety..of'men, _ 100
months of the fiscal year ending June < her death bed at the county 4 Jacksonville, Solace'Lake n i
80. In dollars the reduction! was from home, was really her daughter 4 she wouldn't play the part of a woman. Monticello, Wolf Pond ___nn__ 100 I am prepared to convert ,_
)1' 140 but rather ,,
avoided intimate associa- "
'
lp'' $3,793,638 to $689,740. a loss of $3- I > is the theory advanced by Mrs. 4 tion with Newberry, Cheves Pond ____n__ 100 of land within
anybody and preferred to be ____ 200 any area a
.203,898. In that list there are included .r<. rsf4ur.wt' 4 D. M. Poplia charity worker, 4 alone. When Santos, Lake Madonna n
she in her teens
was .
60
c
the Candian express companies on < who during the last few month 4 Tallahassee Black Water Lake reasonable distance of Kissimmee ;{
she '
began to use tobacco, both smoking ___ ()
__ 100
___
account of the business they do south i of the Calder woman's life fre- 4 Theresa, Aligator Pond
( and
chewing it. S1 edid haveto '
'. line. I \ not Large-Mouth Black Bass. no matter how 4
of the international boundary 14 quently visited her and knew her 4 ,
of think of making her living, but Burns Pond __ ______ 500 "
the operations Cypress,
The period covers perhaps better than any one in 4 she n I II .
began when she in her twen- neglected into
$
rough
was a
Home
the defunct United States Express 4 DeFuniak Springs, New I
now > Orlando Mr. Hungerford
o ,
>1;* 1 1J Company, which, when it went I :* whom she except worked so 4 ties to be known 6s the "Harford I Pond: -___?______ __ ___3,000 and
' .' out of business, attributed its going E > It is strange that many this theory years. 4 farmhouse County Barbert farmhouse and would drive from East Lake Weir ______________2,250 productive remunerative .
to to shave the
r r: the of the parcel post 4 Florence Villa, Lake Lucerne 400 condition. .1
to competition j'\ {J- and the reductions made in express -. because it is so logical and is the 4 I their children Lake Park, Red Eye!: Pond ___2,000 -
order 6f the Interstate Commerce .,. Leesburg, Dupuy's Wtke _-__ _lr>00 \
rates by which the
> deep
heory
only upon .
; Courted Girl of 15 Years.
; Commission, although before Manatee, Johnson's Pond ...* _2,000 1
> affection of the two can be ex4
I Suddenly she manifested interest r
of that an Milton Collins Mill Creek ___ >00
the business ,
fact
either 41 n
was a It will be recalled that
plafned
in the with
;1 company had been decreasing. I .>' when the supposed wife of the I mock girl whom Hannah she managedthe Mohawk, Lake Mabel ______ 4,0
marriage.
'. These figures', prepared by the di- , ('alder woman died in Tampa in < was Montioello Estimates and PlansFurnished
I
About 30 old then and the
", visl9n! of statistics of the Interstate 0> 1910 Calder was frantic with > years girl Fagilie's Pnd -.__________n r'00 ;; .4
i Commission bhow that the was about 16, just blossoming into : Silver Lake _ _ _2.000<> )<> 1
Commerce 4 hours at the 4 - u u I I -
r Southern; and Western lines companies grief, spending fine > womanhood-and one of the beauties ] Wolf Pond u_ ___--__ --_--_ 1.000< ,
monument
4 buying a
grave of her neighborhood. Her '
the only ont able to keep for "his" 4> parents, St. Petersburg Saw Grass Lake.:-,000
I are ':' and providing, a pliicu i I were not so well to do as were" those __ _. 1.r.)0< '
deficit II III Santos, Bryant Pond
out of the pOSitive coiumn. : burial by the side of the "wife. of her -
When Hannah
woman suitor.
____ 1 hI'
.. that hathe long | Wildwood, Bryant Pond
They are the ones ': In CaldeVs. Bible was found a > Calder '' u" ,
i told her that she man'
: hauls in which! the profits'lie/ Ex-: i lr :. receipt from St. Josojih's Union, 4* was a Wildwood., WaKlion Lake _ _1,000
and
I that she wanted to marry her the I I Bass.
i. Black
.".' press,service in ('ommonith rates increase all other wjth railroad distance !--,i .4> for laTayctte dues' for Place"the, homeless New York", child"city 4 4>> young. 'girl is said to have been flattered Tnvnres.Small-Mouth Lake Tavares _____'_ 400( LawsI'he

but expenses do not. On an j 4 until ;March 1, 1H88MTR > Alf. W.
i" J After the "marriage" the couple and .bought herself a suit. of men'sclothes
New! York! City
package from [ _.
ir that *
express < Topliff's theory i came to Baltimore and going to a j She never went back to skirts
A to Tarrytown the essential expu-hs ':. possibly the Calder woman made ':0 house on North Gilmore street, wherea after that it is said For nrok 01o ,
J expenses, that of pick-up and delivery I .'' one unfortunate misstep in her 41 I male connection of the Calder's t>\' after her "bride" had been torn Vt'\doper of Modern Model Farm*
't. are :'heimp u, on a package early life and in orJer to con4> lived, Hannah Calder dumfounded this from her Hannah Calder was on exhibition -
A' { carried from New York to San Fran .'. i real it as far as possible/ and < I man's wife by announcing that she at the Masonic Temple. Then Box 145,
cisco. Statisticians have figured that .:. save the daughter from shame, 4> was not a woman but a man and that she disappeared.
the expense accruing: l by reason of a > she assumed the garb of a man 4> 1 the pretty creature who accompaniedher ]Her relatives had heard nothing
messenger riding in the car on the .:' and when her daughter grew to 4> was her bride. frQin her from the time of her disappearance Kissimmee, Fla.
1 t long trIp'is hardly worth figuring!; on 4. womanhood passed her off as Was Once on Exhibition. until the news of her death
r" 1 a given package. The cost of pickingup J !' "his" wife. "You bride- .
M1+ 1' are a pretty looking came. It is supposed that she becamea
and delivering counts. ,r 4 groom in syirts," the relative's wife barber in earnest after her departure 44540404444004A
i Haul. I--'X""' said. And Hannah went out forthwithC. '
Heavy Lenses in Short from Baltimore. I I .

L ;x That he believed to be the chief rea- Baltimore, Md.-News pf the deathof I W. n I IFire
- ----- --- -- ---- -- --- - -- -- WEFT
s' son why the Adams, American and I Hannah Calder in Orlando, Fla, re- fl.
I Globe show great reductions of her alls< to the minds of persons familiar A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary 1
operating income while the losses of with Hartford county affairs the
Y the Western and Southern companies ,strange case of the daughter of a The Waters & Cars Life!, Health and AccideatINSURANCE '
wer not great enough to force the in- wealthy farmer there who from her n
,- <''ome account into the minus column, !earliest childhood, rebelled at being !
1 '- although all suffered reductions an girl or woman. She lived for years in
comparison with the corresponding pe- I Florida as a man, dressed as a man, I .
riod of the preceding fiscal year. associated with men and lived with a : Grocery Company Successor to
J The Adams Company ran down its woman who was supposed to be her
Pb to by American Pre Auoclatlon. "
.j operating income from $172,200 to a wife. Only on her deathbed was her NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY ; :

!; deficit of $5l:'7,765, of which MH,32t{ ranfCEsa! ALEXANDER: : or TELL sex discovered The "wife" died two ------
,t. incurred luring t the month off ago.
<< was years Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES ,
d .. March lll) f period the American fell from an op of Teck has been appointed to' in Baltimore 25 years ago, when she
4 "r crating in-)0'.- of $689 I><4.A. to a deficit succeed the Duke of Connaught as took a pretty Hartford county girl : ..o.oooo..oo.o..o.C. .
,' of $607,898 of which iaS,4Sl:! was" incurred governor general of Canada is of special before a clergyman Jn that part of the
'j; during: ;March of this year. interest '!since it wil give another State, told the clergyman, who knew
'f An income from ooerations of ?130,- loyal lady to Ottawa to fill the position -i her family, that she was a man in spite ...1 THRASHER
.. 633 for the Canadian Express Company of first lady of the Dominion. of the fact that she had dressed in 000440040 4-44> 4 4 4 4-4- 000000400000 . .04 .
!.f 1" during that bad nine-month Princess Alexander, as she is calledin feminine attire since she could walk 0 0 01 1 /"
J a period fell to $32,4. !'S, while the Ca- England, is one of the best looking and persuaded him to pronounce two 0 WE SELL: 4 0 WE EUY: .i SHEET METAL WORKER
t \\I; nadian Northern suffered a reduction members of the English royal,familyand persons, both of whom wore skirts i GRAY, 4 + 1 Steel Ceilings a Specialty.
: from $149,450 to $112,109( is clever and kind hearted. man and wife. 0 4 HIDES .
j. The Globe Company'i operating income 1 "Bride" Taken Away from Jlcr.I I. GRAIN, 4 0 ,, Phone 149 H.! Kissimmee Fla.

'I ) of $28,223 was wiped out and a THE After that she rame toBaltinaore. I. 0 0 FURS, --
CANE
UMBRELLA. marriage
deficit of $20,991 took its place. The 0 FERTILIZERS 4 0 .
I t A week later the familyof 444444540040040M.
t :+ Great Northern, owned and J. ,by the Great Northern Railroad as a Perhaps in the course of your shopping away 0 SHINGLES, 4 TILLER
is
from her, and that woman now mar- .
branch of its transportation system, or walking tour you have noticeda I broodof '4
,ried and the mother of a happy
Buffered a reduction in its operating smart woman with a long cane. And 0 ORANGE BORES 4 0 AND *
children. She is living in Halford
income from $149,678 to $144,270, and then perhaps you have been surprised in 0 0 4 Real Estate Agency.
There living
far from deficit that when rain began to fall to see the county. are persons
'kept it is one so of the away shining a exceptions in same smart woman open the top of her Baltimore familiar with all the details 0 0 ORANGE WRAPS. 0 4 Oo & ALL *4 .........%.%%..m.*...m...mmmm.%.

the balance,sheet. The Southern, ant cane and draw.out an umbrella! As if of the story. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 0 COUNTRY 4 Realty bought and sold. .
r It' not for to Hannah Calder was about 60
other of the companies( with profit- were enough women carry yeara 4---- .. 4 '
able f long hauls, :felt the pinch of com canes without carrying these surprising old at the time of her death. She .. CRATE NA>LS 4Or00 0 PRODUCE. 4 Houses rented.
,
,petition and lower. rates to the extent long staffs that turn out to be was the daughter of Martin Calder, a . . 4 < Taxes paid and Titles ver-: ;

,of a drop in operating;, income from umbrellas and canes combined. wekk-known and rich farmer of Fed . 0 ..0 . .A . 04*, .0..... .... ..... *Jledlotnon-residents: '. ,<
eral Hill Rocks of Deer Creek 'v
$992,717 to 1640,404. TheJncroyable costumes and fashIons near Fire, Life and Accident -.
have about the 1 Harford county Her brother, James -- & I'p'-' .
brought '
How Platfr,Pet'Was Hit. canes by women. And the carryingof really Calder was sheriff of the county at We sell field! and garden' seeds of- all kinds I surance.

: Standing next to the figures of the smart woman who is in search of one time. We give special attention to filling out hunting and camping'. partial. I Indemnity Bonds.
{' comparatively prosperous Southern something new chooses the umbrella Disliked Feminine Society. Free delivery: in city' limits. Phone No. 12. .
1 are those pertaining to the United sheathe in a canelike case of wood. From her earliest girlhood Hannah I We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask am fir circulars and I

t States, the pride of the late Thomas price on fertiliser i iI

,Collier Platt, to whose influence -- --- - ----- ----- --- ---- __ h___ ____ _ u __ -.---- .__ I .
through a long stretch of years is at- :

legislation.tributed the That blocking company of parcel had a deficit post CARSON :E.A.BMEB; : : 4111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111C. s. U.BULLOCK

, in operating income for the nine- :xrrsvxi:: : .:ircE: -
s W month period ending with March 1913, REAL ESTATE
)1 amounting to $60,278. During the Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency
-: nine-month period ending with March
\ 1914, the deficit amounted to $153- State Bank Building I i INSURANCEExamination
;;; 617. tl took.in in payments on ''express Here's-Some Hummers

'71 companies $15,147,145 which of Titles a
;. Jt paid 45 per Qent to the railroads
-J" for carrying the packages. It had I
. ;Y;,. total operating revenues amounting to Specialty.
,>, y, 17 817,424, but its operating expenses I
. r amounted to D. fi. WRGNER huiacE flGEncy. CorresDondence Solicited.
#- L $7,873,037, or more .
..
I/ . ,
), than its operating revenues, exclusive .
of accrued taxes amounting to $98.- I --terC.W.GRIFFIN
a >y
004. Successor tb Arthur E. Donegan Agency.

Wells Fargo A Co., which took over Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Pbeae 246
+ the remnants of the Platt company, FOR SALE-12 Acres of land 24 of a mile from railway station, f

e suffered a reduction of'operating income school and church 4 miles from Kissimmee, county seat of Osceola

of substantially $516,000, but remained General Insurance Business, represeatla: the strongest and saoot County. Good four room house, stables and out buildings. About 5

an operating out of the incom.deficit column of $814,622, having -' Reliable companies. acres of good orange grove. A bargain at $3300. Staple and FancyGROCERIES __

as compared the corresponding with one nine-month of $1,501,08for period We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency This is a special bargain and won't be on the market long. : '

of the preceding fiscal without change Tour patronage is respectfully' solicited. -
The Western year. : We have many other orange and gratiefi: ICgroves. both-large and ,
Express Company,
d, ;g"'q $87,008 converted into a deficit of 33- i small, and invite correspondence. Also tome; delightful stock farms

y,+ 724 during the nine-month period. I where a great deal of money can be made, growing and shipping beefin
None of these figures can .>e used this "Stock Man's Paradise" where no feeds_ required exceptingthe Free Delivery to all Partsof

in the political wrangling >n the House natural grasses of the pasture. Ute City
and Senate. They: are not the resultof 0I

anything the Wi'sin Admi nstrat.cn; IDEALFERTILIZERS TOWN PROPERTY-We have for sale or rent. magnificent
did failed 'd The reductions in
r' or to ) block of land well located in the I .
t rates and the establishment of the quarter "bonton"part of the town.

parcel post service were not partisan Beautiful view of the lake, first-class modem, well built ten-room house. i looooo q oOO ooo oooooo
% acts. The rates were reduced by the Garage, barn and everything convenient. Owned by a nonresident.We l
ff .V Interstate Commerce Commission. : THE
; ..1e also have a three-room cottage on Prospect avenue, one lot RCAYSTOSNE ,

TWINS ARE CUT APART. and flowing well for rent at $4 per'month, or for sale on $50 payment t

I and balance monthly installments. This also belongs to nonresident.See .

i'' ,,' Assisted by Dr. C. W. Bouchet, in t .. OPEN All TIlE mi
charge of the American hospital. Dr. or write us for bargains in groves, stoflc.! farms or city property. New and second-hand- ;: ant me- .
,4 Mignot of Paris cut apart the twins Best and CheapestFor bile. for .ale from 'JOO tel
who were born in Paris on May 22 and *".nnn Baaaar., at Ormy.ton. Oarap
who were united in the lumbar re ,
gion. The most delicate part of the N. W THURMM his. R. D. Mini. ..,.

1c; tf'operation was the separation of the \ I
\ intestines, which at one point were

... . iunlted for a space of an. inch and a GROVE GARDEN I -

.....0000.40......

."quarter I The Kissimmee Vaflay Gazette last FIELD .' LEWIS O'BRYAN ;

.I't4::. Friday offered new hospital a fine picture building of"The KissimineVs t , NELSON REALTY CO. ATTORNEY. AT LAWSPECIALIZING '.+

. ,hospital is located in** quiet section .t,1

.,: oi the..city/",up _the Gazette, "and ""Wilson &Tooitier. Fertilizer Co. IN j't
.
!t .. yet Accessible: Interior and exterior **
ABSTRACT

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each ,
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FRIDAY, JULY ''31 ,ltl : f a
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It:, '... .. '. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY C'AZITTE'C': ''P:. C. E'. 11..,

r T B. O. HTATT s, "

+ ;'Ph7ald&11-a.n4-----. _-- ... .,--M. x_ ..NOTICE.Notice .....- ....., iN.rR.- i xfit(?-' nniT"or'nm: ... ..

Surgeon'' UNITED STATES IN AND FOR THE :COLLEGE. -; -r n :
STETSON
, )is SOUTHERN ,niSTMICrr ORBaXrun .-, F.ORw erorn of,jtG.e-Trillion
I. ....phones' ; hereby. j give* that on 1 lton. 1DA: *" ,
r I' 7Offce,197 day;' August* the : Ja R.t Oraiea. BaftltruJltJn
Klssimmee ,
10th A.,;D. 1 14.: ooysa "

,k i Rea U8 ' ,, .-. ., "Flo rIc .. the rnor.undersigned,of Florida win apply to'th. 1'0"- ,To KlBBlmm> the creditors*:.. Ososola.of County Row Gr.and...Dis of TO NAVE BIG.' YEAR i ,Dollar Mystery" :Jumps ,

.. ,, for letters patent 10fr:. bte\"urh' '' .

c DB. .J.. W. ,SIMPSON '. the upon the Proposed charter,' of, which lltb day of here'July'I fu. the said on Rosa the The, year Just, closed: has been a From Deck' of SteamerFlorence '!
> following Is rates was duly
f > a true copy, tne orig adjudged a bankrupt. most successful for the Stetson ,
inal.of' '' and that the first meeting I of his credl. year '
DENTIST, said charter' being now. on file tore wH be held at the court heuse In College of Law.' The enrollment' was -'

, In the secretary ofstate's Klsslmmee. Florida on the first day of large., The students registered for ,
; Upstairs In,Km Building office: An6pst, '' ii.t 10 o'clock A. La *die, the 'heroine of
i..n-J the law courses mature and
were more
which time "
C. A. creditors :
." CARSON may "The Million
om : 12 m.- prove their' claims, better prepared for the work.' Dollar tfystery"'addeda NEW FACTORY FOR CANNING
,1 'wM S, L, appoint a trustee, .. '
"HotT : ; Lupler, new deed of. long "
: m. examine the bankrupt and .transact In recognition of the excellent courseof daring to her list FERNANDINA'S SHRIMP '
Telbphons'1lTo.Td W. C. BASS such other business .. when she
Juo
5, lTrTR. may properly leaped Into the water from
I- E. L. LESLhY'J. come before tho said meeting. study covered and the high standing the deck, of the ---.;. .
D. Tampa Fla., July, SOth, 1.14. of the students the Supreme Courtif George Washingon :-. .
WOODBECK she Fernandina. Ground has been
W. W. CARSON' TM(, HUNTER. Florida granted to each member'of as teamed' past' Sandy Hook.

G. H. PRATHER _Referee. In Ban k ruptcyNotlc : the Senior, Class of th.' Stetaon College Passengers on the deck of the big liner broken and the'pillara laid for the

: "DENTISI' S.W.H.B. MAKINSON, of A.lleatloa. "t.r T.z De.a of Law a certificate of admission were appraised of the girl's intention new shrimp canning'factory of Don, '
BULLOCK Vsiaer ....1... : and a tremendous 'salvo of -'.th..,. : '
474 .d fm,
: Goral to the State Bar written bar :
upon ap. ; Lopes & Ducat the
H. R. greatest
MAY
.
over'CoW _
atai4 of
; the Staito of Fiori' I greeted'bert. as she
Office
4 Jewelry.Stere: D. G. WAGNER "; plication without, requiring. -them to. shrimp canning in the'C01l
; ; I climbed,upon the,,. unhnitatfD&I"1 operators.
Notice I in
Office bun hereby given that Fred person.
.8-12 appear
: 1-5 W j. SEARS '
Office Roberson. ". certificate Prof. R. A.. Rasco Dean of theiteteon herself into the water try. 'and pioneers in 'the business at
"J'' phone 158 R. T; BUTLER No. 999. itTrboJr A. D A camera aboard a tugboat-caught New Orleans and 'BUoJtL Other factories .
Law School while
eerflncat'e in Miami "
;: ) Residence 23 J. W. PRENTIS 1194 has filed said In my Miss-La Badie's
will follow '
and her next
office and has made application for recently was the guest of honor at a struggles spring. The
4 Gas administered for extraction of teeth LEWIS O'BRYAN. Tax Deed to Issue In accordance with diner given by several of the Stetson in the water. strong: swimmer building is'60 feet wide and 160 feet

", law lowing Said certificate embraces the tol- law alumni.! Dean Rasco is greatly a. the daring young woman ii, the long and of corrugated galvanizedmetal
PROPOSED CHARTER described: property situated In great waves uuaed'by th. movement construction on the order of all
Osceola County Florida, to-wlt I loved by the students who appreciate
S. ;
( -T R. H. GEIGER .
LPHTIICIAN) KISSIMMKE -.e The- Lot number (ZI) of Fred Roberson's his untiring efforts in their behalf. 'r 'the big German liner1 seemed to modern canning factory buildings.The .

1 AND .Ulaals0 a ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Subdivision of Lot. ((11) of Section 10. Prof. R. S. Bauer of the Stetson !Soss her about at will. Direcor Howell location is the old oyster factorysite
; Citizen. Bank Building The undersigned do"hereby Township 26. Range II, Town of Nar- Hansel the old line
themselves. associate cooesee, College of Law -spending the summer megaphone in band, stood near Mallory steam '
Kissimmee, .Floridaicnes becomIng Incorporated together for the purpose of The. said land being assessed at the in Montana. on the rail of the big tugboat ahoutIna..ncouragment ship locks .- -
of under the law. date of Issuance of such certificate In The coming of this industry willm..an ?
Office 297 Florida as President Lincoln to Miss La Badie.
1 : or 64 corporation for profit Hulley. who will
} to he : the name of Alfred Williams. Unless
A: a Residence 265. known ASSOCIATION? the KIS8IMMEB ATHLETIC I said certificate, shall be redeemed according offer a course in common law in the Towering above her the great hulk of much to this place for not! only

( 14-lyi laws ot Florida and the subject. to the to law tax deed will Issue fall is one of the lectureres at Chau- the George Washingtonseemed to will It mean the employment of-four

charter vl...: following proposed thereon on the rind day of August A. I tauoua, New York. Spell destruction to anyone caught or five hundred men. women and children

....L. Article shall' 1.b"The name of the corporation D.1914.Witness my hand and official seal at I These men and the other membersof within its. .suction.Dauntless in the factory, and on the fish ,

ASSOCIATION KI881WMBBJ] ATHLETIC Ktsslmmee City Florida this 22nd day the law faculty are making plans Miss La Badie respondedto boats but it will\ make a market for n

AT.M. RIVERS M. D. of business shall and be Its.In principal.. .: e place. I Os of July A, D. 1914 J, L. OVERSTREET. I for next year that wil make I it the the instructions of Director Hansel all of the Celeste figs and okra that

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON directors eola county. Florida but the board 'ot Clerk Circuit Court. OsceolaCounty, I best in the history of the Stetson Col. until the George Washington had left can be grown here, as this company

y at other places may establish from branch offices Florida 'lege of Law. ',' her far astern. Then a rope was also cans figs and okra. Heretofore
Office over Oaceola Pharmacy may be desired time to time as (Seal.)_It-41 thrown to her and she was pulled there has been no factory to can figs

iii Article 2. The general nature of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Fresh -- aboard 'the-'tag Thenjust- to-'show-- here-for the-....fULI.LIO short that It
Residence 63 business apples imported into the Brit-
to ba ,
PHONES'. t# transacted by said corporation her i ia of the true kind Miss La would not.be as profitable to buiTiJTrfactory -.
{ office 148 shall be to prorriote athletic la Curt of tie Uummtr Judge State efyiarlaa ,ish Isles, during the first two monthsof nerve be j
c enterprises and event. of all kinds: to -u_ la C'avatj.__ ____ 1914 declined to 50,000,000 pounds, Badie offered o Jump in again, so that to operated 'duringthey
purchase equipment therefor, to buy In re Estate of C. F. Prevail. Sr having averaged 86,000,000 in Director Hansel could obtain some, short fig season: alone, -
acquire and hold real estate for ath pounds .
To at Dlstrlbuteesand
Creditors. Legatees.
letic the like more water struggle. The director
purposes or any legitimate amusement all Persons having Claims or Demands period in 1912 and 1918. ')
L. WINN enterprises, to build, acquire and against saId. Estate.: decided however that the young: woman ; :
W. maintain baseball, football and basketball You. and each of you are. hereby notified Little had risked her"l1f. enough for RUBMYTISMWill :
parks, and athletic fields for the and required. to present any brother 2 years old, was eating on. day and th..tu& put back to land. .
PHYSICIAN or promotion of all manly sports; to build Claims and demands which you, or batter cakes for supper, and all Rheumatism Neo '

',' Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. acquire all paraphenalla gymnasiums for, running field athletics; tracksand ; either estateof of C you. F, may Prevatt.have Sr against:, deceased the at once he stopped eating, and said: VIENNA VOTES FOR FAIR. ralftift, Headaches, Cramp,, Colic ,t''

RBSIDBNCB PeON US KUUUHMBE.OrriOB to employ athletes to participate. In late of Osceola County, Florida, to thounde..llfned "Oh, my throat hurts!I" .
such Vienna is to haye separate exhibitat' Sprmin Bnj5 uBul'Dl. Old
events and a
to enter Into e
ProMB VI FLoU.a I contractsor administratrix of said estate His asked Urn where _:: ; ,
papa
employment with same as deemed his the Panama-Pacific talr'at San
within two from the date Sores W
t years Tetter. IUq
advisable. to promote amusements of hereof. throat hurt. He put his hand on his Francisco, and the city council has ; rmt.Ecoj, "" ",
all kind. for the welfare of. the community Dated July Und A. D. 1914. stomach and said: gems, etc. Antiseptic Aa.dya.used .,' .
to lease $464,000 to cover the
; or.Urcha. property SARAH A. PREVATT. appropriated .
GEIGER, for the promotion of the various purposes Administratrix. "Right her ." internally or atemaU,. 25c r
H.D. of the association and to sell Z F. KRIBBS. .
an .lIen'.ame If deemed advisable; ando Attorney for Estate> 81-8t -- -'--- - I
i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW t have. hold. nnnnlro And .n4\r all
'
: other proper powers and things i as-shall REGISTRATION NOTICE. ,

.Office State Bank Building be for consistent the conduct Necessary and operation or expedient of the Notice is hereby given that the reg- ..
--
Kissimmee. Florida various enterprises, or generally to bev..at..4 istration books for Osceola county will In
with and have all the power. be for the registration of voterson
v granted open
or which may hereafter be
? granted to corporations for profit under the first Monday in August and
the laws. of the state of Florida will remain open till the second Sat- PROGRESSIVE : )

QEO. F. PARKER. this Article corporation 8. The shall period-of be existence ninetynineyears of urday in October. The books will be ,

Attorney-at-Law. unless sooner dissolved accord- open at my office on Main 'street.
log, to I.w.Article C. W. GRIFFIN

(i Collection and Conveyancing this 4. The amount of capital stockof 30-3t Supervisor of Registration.
corporation 1 five thousand
Specialties. ((15,000) dollars' to 1ebd 1 Into
five hundred 500)) shares of the par ADMINISTRATION.
112V4 Broadway. value of ten ($10) dollars each Any '
stock subscribed for shall be sold by la Court of the Co... y Judge, State ar Business
the directors from time to time as the Florida, Ovprola < .>..tr. People a
/IF.- KRIBBS same may be needed The capital stock Estate of Enos L. Cole. By the Judgeof
be for In said Court:
may paid property labor or r
service at a just. valuation to be fixed Whereas., II E. Cole has applied to
ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA by the Incorporators or by the directorsat this court for letters of administrationon v1
the estate of Knos L. Cole. deceased.
a meeting called for that
Examination: of Titles a Specialy. Article 6. The business affairs purpose of this. late of sid county. of Osceola. ; K
t shall be These are, then fore. to cite and admonish -
Notification and payment ot taxes of board corporation of directors of rot conducted less than by five a "dalIor and singular 1 the kindred I l

non-residents given\ careful Article 6. The annual meeting of the and of said deceased to be You ShouldKnowr
attention. stockholders shall be held at the principal and appear before this court on or before
office of this corporation on the the Oth day of August, 'A D. 1914.
first Monday of January of each and and die objections If any they have
.. to the granting of letters of administration -
every year at which meeting there
Pat Josnston G. P. Garrett! shall be elected by and from the stqck- on said. estate otherwise the r rh
will be Bald H E. Cole i
'S. JOHNSTON & GARRETT holders a board of directors for the ensuing same granted -
other fit
or to some person or persons.Witness
; year The board of directors so
< Attorneys at Law elected shall meet Immediately my name as county Judge of
after
the county aforesaid this, the 3d day ofJuly.
Offices 10, 11 & 12 the the stockholders adjournment, and of such shall organise meeting. ; by of A. D. 1914
T. M MURPHY. "
Citizens Bank Bldg., <- electingfrom their own number a president (Seal) ,.0; County Judge.:
vice-president secretary and ..
Klssimmae, Florida treasurer but the same. person may ;> 0,
hold the office of secretary and treasurer 'rt
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.bCCIreoit J
Article 7. The said corporation shall '\ .
. i LOUIS KASSKX: I. ncTOH WABLOW appropriate and shall [ CoBirt.State of Florida. ".Y- ;
Late Counsel for jodcs of tlM I adopt an seal"
Court adopt by-laws for the government of \ oath Judicial Clrev.lt.. Ooeeela (to.etr.S1 I
Florida R. R. CGaua. Criminal
: .._ it
Its affairs not Inconsistent with Its ta ry.
a 4 WARLOW articles of Incorporation and tha laws John McNeil. Complainant, vs, Laura KISSIMMEE
... MASSEY :of the state of Florida; which bylaws 'MoNeal Defendant. "i' .
::t Vj may be amended or repealed as may be i It-* I''fedbYlna'rh".a"to; appended
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELIOS :provided In saldvby-laws. the bill. .
AT LAW Article 9. ,The highest. amount of Indebtedness caue that Laura McNeil Ole defendant . : "
or liability to which this herein named resident of the state of .
Prattles In all the Court of the State and of :corporation shall at any time be subjected Florida,, but that her actual postofflceaddresa "
the United State. alio befers the Florida Rail. Is. the sum of five thousand is unknown and that she Is I' ;
.
nod and the IntrstaV C mm rcCommission. .
Commlsstoa.
5000)) dollars over the age of twenty-on years: It isherefore Notary Public Tae Paid
Article 9. Until the first election of ordered that said resident defendant EGGERSGLUESS &: RIEDEL. !>> O. K, BAKERY
11-14 CHABXBBTON: BLOC. ORLANDO.. FLA. officers the business of this corporation be, and required FIRE! E. A.
au ,rANDREW to the trillfh ) filed Is Tour Home If Nlemeyer,
shall be conducted by the following to appear Insured Not
named persona, W. "Sears, president.IJ In a.ld cause on or b..fore'fond.Y.. the Carpenter and Repair i Shop Why"Not.. Call '
U. Wanner, vice-president; ; ; and J, WPrintls 3d day'of August A D. T914 otherwise k on Red Band Brand Candy .. . 1.
JOHNSON secretary and treasurer; and the allegations of said bill will be taken Inside Furnishings, Screening A. DROUGHT - -- 15c per Ib.Guaranteed -' - a

thf board of directors shall be computed as confessed by said. defendant. and Cabinet Work Inad Agency .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L.w of Arthur B DonPKan C A. Carson It Is further ordered that this order Room 7 State Bank Bldg. i i
8 L. Lupfer. W (' Pmss, E L. Lesley be published once a week for four consecutive Our Specialty. Plus
Will Practice in all Courts I .1 T, L. Wood'bet.k. O. H Prat her. W weeks In The Klsslmmee Valley Phone 292.
State and Federal n. MaMm S If OuiiocH. H I" May. Gazette, a newspaper published. In
1)I (J. Wnirner W J Hears. J. W 1' ..n' said county and Mate.
Office adjoining Broadway I tls. R T. Butler and Lewis O'Bryan This July 3d 1914. J. W. PRENTIS WATERS &: CARSON GROCERY
Citizen. Bank KiftmrnmeeTjl. ;The said officers shall adopt temporary J. L. OVERSTREET.. W. K MAKINSON CO.
b\-laws until the first annual meetingof (Seal) Clerk Circuit: Court Co.Everything.
the stockholders. By JAMES M JOHNSTON Pianos Organs, Talking Machines, I '
Article 10. The names and residencesof Deputy Clerk Machines. Hardware, Gallery Boat
Sewing
the subscribers to these.articles. of LEWIS BRYAN. .
I Incorporation together with the number Solicitor for Complainant .29-41 ? to Eeat.
'
H. JENKINS : of shares of the capital stock subscribed Broadway Supplies and

by each, set opposite his name OIIDKR FOR PUBLICATION. Machinery.,
I are as follows:
SURVEYOR No. of la Clrrolt C..t.-State.o( Florida. Brvrath : W. G. HANKINSAdding NELSON REALTY CO. x

Name and Residence Shares Jodlelal flrcalt., Os ola C aoty. i O. F BASS- --
Arthur E. Doneiran. Kissimmee 6
I. : .
,, Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla. I C:::, A. Carson. Klsslmmee____________ 6 City ChoBieery.of Klsslmmee. Complainant vs Machines and 9 Darlington Are.Property .
8 L. Lupfer. Klsslmme'e____.___ _____ 6 Wellford Addis Defendant. Contractor1 In .
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W. C. Bass, Kla.lmmeon___ 5E
It affidavit lethe
] I. Lesley Klsslrnmee_____________ 6 bill appearing filed In by the above-stated appended cause : Typewriters \ Sold OB Plain and DecoraUre( ,

J. n. Woodbeck. Xls.lmmee6 hat Addis, the defendant .
Wellford
t 0. H Prather. Klsslmmee. ___________ 5 thereIn np mFd Is a non-resident of the For Sale.DANNS Commission.- Painting and Paperhanging,
DR. J. J. HICKS W B Maklnson Kissimmee 6 state of Florida, and Is a resident. of 515 Sproule Ave Phone ST.
Physician 9. H Bullock Klsstmmve___________ 6 I the' city l of Washington. District ofColuma
1-1. R. May. KI..lmmeenhn___ S the of twen-
and Surgeon D. O Wagner Klsslmmee._______ 6 i over; It Is therefore age ordered DEPARTMENT STORE. D. G.---M'KAY REAL ESATE DIXIE ;r
___ ;
n".r.r.r THEATER
W. J. Near KI..lmmeen 6 hat e defendant band
1 r. W ., KI..lmme..nn___ 6R .
PhonesState Is to to
\ ? Office T Butler, Klsslmmee. _____________ 6 the bill of hereby complaint required filed In said appear causeon Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, AGENCY Cool Cl..... Comfortable :
Bank Bid. Office 41-Res. 40 Lewis: O'Bryan Kla.lmme..un__ 6 or before Monday the 7th day' of
-- In witness whereoCwe have hereuntolet ieCtembejr A-Dj 114.<< otherwise the> alegatlonsofBaf6TVlrtwniT Furnishings.5c i Graystone Bleck
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., our hands and seals this 9th day"of >e-taTten as - ---.....--. .---, -. High..-- Class. .. Entertainment' _
July A. D. 1914of confessed by said defendant -; -

1 i J. W. Thompson It Is further ordered that this order and lOc Store on Third Floor.Land Anywhere on Commission Onh .y
S tet. Florida County of Osecnla SB >e published once a week for: four con.serutive -
t On this 9th day of July. A. D 1 .U.: weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley -
before me, Ruth Thomas a notary public Uasette, a newspaper' published In
0// In and for the state of Florida at aid County and State. COLE & UNLEY V E. K. MAGEE F
large. personally appeared D Q Wag This July 20th.. L. OVERSTREET.1914J J. D. CLARK +
ni'r. J. W. Prentls. and Lewis O'JJryan.thiee : Carpenter
(Seal Circuit Court. and Builder
DIRECTORand ) Clerk
FUNERAL well
of the Incorporators known
LEWIS O'BRYAN. Real Estate Broker Jewelers and -Optometristsi .
and known to to be the
lo me -
a me perf.lt'f..e1d
lons who foregoing proposed Solicitor for Complainant 31-7t t-+-t i Job Work sad- mft'aI Repairing

charter : I ATHLETIC == '" = .: =- Broadway. '
-- - - Saw
I 1.4L LICENSED EMBALMER ASSOCIATION. and who. after being -TBRAVE FRENCH WOMAN. 26 Broadway. -- Filing Specialty +
July sworn each for himself deposes 15 Darlington Are
end says that they signed the foregoing
Madame De
Caatella is the latest
proposed, charter of the KISSIMMRE I
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION for the pu.rposcs candidate for honors as the bravest H. C. STANFORD CO. C. F. DIBBLE A SON
'Store and Chapel Stewart A TtoIDIVV.JD. and uses therein expressedGiven womah in France. Her husband an T. R. ELLIS w ?
under hand and official .
my seal
Ihla 9th day of July, A. 1) 11114 airman recently designed a parachute
t YLORIDA Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes, Electrical Contractor '
NotarialITH( THOMAS intended to prevent aerial catastro- Fancy Groceries t
\ ( Seal ) Notary Public. The of
fame
ih.es. safety aviators,
V Water and "
Light Collector
State of Florida. Furnishings and -
,
fame and fortune his +
depended on suc-
commission
My expires April 11. 1917. Phone 154.WENNERSAWYER. '
When in Need of a ess. Phone 220 8
Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. Darlington Ave
8OTICK. OF EXECUTOR: FOR FINAL To test the invention it was neeesary ,

VETERINARY SURGEON ""CIIARGE.B that someone take big chances.

I.' Madame De CasfceUa was bound to
A. -F.Call RICHMOND For- Fieri C..rt*..( the Cs M
t I In r. Estate of Charles Edward Frank her suspended beneath it. At the land A, .
Loughman Road lln. Osceola County.Notice height> of 2,500meters, when the Shoes Sign Writer Decorative t

.; Phone 121-8 Kissimmee. Fla 1t may concern I. hereby that given on the to Id all day whom of earth was a dim map spread' far below Books and Stationery Painter

November.. A.. D. 1'14, we shall apply to she calmly cut herself loose and Vr
I the: Honorable T. M. Murphy ludfe of parachuted back.to safety.OHICHESTER . '
laid. court, aa judce of probate. for a U>. Broadway. lit Broadway. "Phone,.2SS. '+

renal dlscha-s'; a* executors of the e. .. r i 'y
5} tats of CharleB Edward Franklin: ,deMBBd SPilLSBe..CI I
No. 666.; l . .
; and that at the earn time we '
F. Ur LAWSON
rill present our anal accounts as eztcntors > LAHBIjt Yew Candle NEW SECOND'
Get Freeh Frost UM HAND STORE -
,, 'I'Ue M.pes.alpito. pnpand"ipadaDY of said estate and ask for their .......;... car 'i? ,
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a pproya1. ... :.,Prop.
/". lor MALARIA or CHILL *V FEVER, Dated lay ... Y.14 CANDY KITCHEN '
t .
-. Pave will' break CSML sad n.la.BREAKER.. .a caw et..a 1 Cash Star Fermerly at 501 Broadwsy, +
or six doses Say ..,.... .. t tv
f.t;: ,If....the..as.tools .... Fever will not S -.EL1 AA -- FRANKLIN; :. ....:'%(;';[.. \ ..;:.. -- 2 3 Bnie4weJ'N.. ...._, .0-i
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Ol 4 All previous shipbuilding recordsin FOR SALE at a bargain.: Lot 4, block ,

; Decree of Roman Catholic the nine months that ended withn (63, Marydla subdivision. Address offer &J.,. ; +
Limits
Scope 4 SPRINKLE BORAX AND 4 the Clyde Scotland, were surpassed to Emmit Thompson, Inverness, 1-+,=
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KILL BREEDING FLIES. < 32-2t
: last September; 193 vessels of 488- Fla. _

Church in Mexican State Fl"rcievoLeon' Washington.-Discovery- of an 180 tons were lanehed. WANTED-Orders for cypress field r ;

<> effectual method for preventing 4 boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lum-
Co the breding of the common house- ber & Furniture Co. 29-tf '

f _____ -- -> hold and typhoid fly and thereby CtLA'5SIFIE.DADVERTISINC
lr Tampico, via Laredo, Tex.-A decree I assuring the complete extermination < ,, FOR UKNT-Modern 5-room bungalow
\ limiting the of the Roman > of this species of insect, I in center of town. T. M. Murphy

wn TROOPS KILL Catholic church in scope the state of Nuevo ;WANT VILLA 4: was announced by the Depart- I I 31-tf. .:,
<* ment of Agriculture. The simplicity i
ILeon| I on tae} ground of "public health. I FOR RENT New six room modern
:> of the method *
morality and justice," was issued by consisting I Five Cents Per Line .
4 house. Close in. A big bargain.E
4: of the of small *
{ only sprinkling a
Antonio I r. Villarcal'; governor! and mil <. 'Each Insertion I .E. Wells, Real Estate and Insurance ),
.1 commander He said i amount of ordinary borax daily < I ,
itary :
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I NATIONALIST TO BEHAVE I4 upon any household and stable I 203 Broadway.
the life of the nation the
"During
refuse, is said to guarantee its < I
church has been a political factor in <:. success.. O1"..LOST-Silver ring with blue, green 1 TOR RENT-10 room house, barn and
( disruption and discord has entirely 000 and brown stone. Reward i if left I garage! ; everything convenient; +

Dublin.-Three men and one woman | forgotten its spiritual mission." : Washington.-Secretary Bryan appealed .,..:..:-<-:-:-:-:' 00000.0 0 oo. with Mr. Boyce at Osceola Hardware I goal: < location. Also 3 room cottage. ?
;'r are dead and more than sixty persons l The most drastic feature of the decree -eGneral Carranza, asking store. 31-lt NELSON REALTY CO.
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I t'' are in the hospital wounded as the re- is the prohibition of confession. him to call a halt upon Villa, who is ELECTRICIANS INCHICAGO .
F. gult of a battalion of the King's' Own I Villareal gives! as his reason for this reported to be making wholesale demands WANTED SEWING-by day or I FOR RENT-One good store room
Scottish Borderers firing! into a mob I he charge that the confessional and for horses upon ranch ownersin ON STRIKE piece. Good work; reasonable prices. and warehouse, cheap. Apply to

t in the streets r>f Dublin. Seven of the 'he sacristy in Mexico have become a the state of Chihuahua. Consular 603 Mabbette street. 311 I R. S Floyd. tf

f wounded! are expected to die. Among, 'pnace to morality.The [adv;ges to the state department also Ch <'all'o.-A twenty-four) hours'
J, '.; them are three women and a boy of decree, issued in Monterey, declared the northern general was guard of every substation on the Sam- NOTICE-Anyone caught killing and DWELLINGS for rent opply to M. .

Y"" ten. makes the following orders for government smuggling arms across the border as ary district, from which the city re- sellinK,cattle, hogs or sheep without Tiller. ,T, -
1 a The affray was the result' of a gun- of Catholic schools and rapidly as they were available. There !'ives most of its electric light and notifying inspector for District No.
; : -unning.exploit of the nationalist vol. church- was no doubt in the minds of the peo- power, was established to prevent violence 1, shall be prosecuted to the full extent FOR RENT OR SALE Two-story
j tinteers aided by a mob composed "1-All foreign Catholic priests and ple of Chihuahua as to the meaning!' by striking electricians who of the law. Chas. Bass, Cattle store building on Brack St.. North
largely of women and youths. A con Jesuits of whatever nationality will be of Villa's activity, the dispatch to the went out to force the unionization of Inspector. It Kissimmee.) H. C. StantoNtt

s signment 6f rifles, said to number ten expelled from the state of Nuevo department added. all employee in the service. ._
thousand, was landed last night ,at Leon. Recent reports from the border have About 5.000 street lamps were dark --- -
-p Ilowth, nine miles from Dublin, from "2-Of the remaining Catholic intimated that Villa intended to con- owing to the strike.MAGNOLIA r

I a private yacht. The nationalist vol- priests those who cannot prove their centrate his forces in Chihuahua with I Tailor" Look
"f.. \injteers; cut the telegraph wires and complete abstention from politics will the aim of demanding certain concessions The Place Where You Get That "Royal

.topped travel on the Dublin roads be expelled. from Carranza after the con REMEDY
q t, ana: according! to reports sent away "9 Church wil remain open dally stitutionalists occupy Mexico City. } W
I most of the rifles, together with 70,000 from 6 in the morning until 1 in the from the Washington government urg- b

round of ammunition in motor cars. afternoon. Only priests having per- However, in response to an appealing CURES LOCAL WOMANKissimmee
A battalion of the King's Own Scot mission to do so will be permitted toofficlat him to; forget personal differenceswith OLIVER'SSuitatorium
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; tish Borderers was ordered to capture .. Carranza, Villa declared -he intended C
4' the arms when the authorities heard "-Confesion is to co-operate with other revo- I .
into r.rohlblted.. from Fla., July 25, 1914 G/J rW .
r the volunteers were bringing them 5-The public luitionary leaders and would do all in
I )X the city. The soldiers encountered a entering the! sacristy. his power to inaugurate an era of To whom this may concern: I r
"Iff detachment of volunteers at Clonmel "6-Church bells shal not ring onlyto peace in :Mexico. I have been a great sufferer tofr 17
h ? bridge. Soon a great crowd collected! celebrate fiestas!!, in honor of the years: with female trouble peculiar to !
and followed the troops, Jeering them country or triumphs of the arms of OOOO'O'OOOO.t O'OOOOOt women. I have doctored with a great I
'and cheering for John Redmond and the constitutionalists. many, doctors and spent hundreds of
.i, home rule. .:Finally the mob began "7-Al Catholic eoleges shall be <> KING GEORGE WOULD dollars( for medicine and different I ,4 ,
> throwing bottles and .stones, injuring closed which do not obey programs HAVE BEEN CORNER < kinds of remedies. And I am sorry to When it comes to dress cleaning ;

'several soldier To the attack the and texts ordered by .officials and O LOAFER. SAYS HARDIE + say that is was all of no avail. Just i' leave it to us-no matter how. !
battalion replied with a scattered fusil)* which do not have at their head some O oO two month ago I commence i using
ade. In an instant the street was.coy professor who I Is a lfI'aduateof the London-Kier Hardie. M. P,.* the wonderful Magnolia Remedy and dainty: the pattern or delicate

1, ered with wounded, while terrified normal school .of the country who publishes.an extraordinary attack Rcyal Tea, sold by' Mrs J. W. Busby, the fabric. We 'have Jhe beat ." n

men,.'WOmen. and children ran, in all will be responsible to the government; *'on' King. George in connection. 220 Beaumont avenue, ,Kissimmee. : ;
,directions. ' for any infraction of the rules. with( the Ulster conference' at.+ Fla., and now I am entirely cured; I 'facilitiei' for turning out careful.work and we never fail to give tati -

"8 ".Any infraction of these laws + Buckingham Palace in this am sixty year old and I do all my fction_to our patrons. Ladies wardrobes receive our careful attention
'
: will be punishable by a fine of $100 week's Labor Leader. He writes:"*- own work. I became so discouraged }
N 1 GIVE WIFE VACATION to $500 and arrest and imprisonmentfrom O "King George is not a states- *, that/J thought my case was almos and we call and deliver orders promptly when promised. We do' all f rt'

two to four months, o** both fine man. eH Is'not the pleasuftfloving -' P' teyrjn'a the na .Jlwny remedy, but kinds of cleaning and pressing and our 'methods have made us. many fir.'
i and imprisonment. In event lof a Slar- scapegrace his father was, now I am so happy and thankful to ,
IS JUDGE'S ADVICE ond offense the school wil be closed." < but, like his father, he is desti-<> Mrs. Busby for teling mp about the I friends. So have our low prices. .

-- 1 Explaining the grounds for thin action tute of even ordinary ability. <> wonderful Magnolia Remedy. i
r Chicago.-The divorce prevention Villar<>"I's'decree reads: > Born in the ranks of the working 4 Now I want to say to all girls! aid REPAIR

F .bureau the Court which "In the interest of public health > class, his most likely fate would 4 women, who are sufering with any
>ls'i'i'' its doors Municipal the I> morality and justice the state of < have been that of the street-cor-.4 disease peculiar to the female sex that DEPARTMENT/
Friday signalized
opened I w
J of its work by 1 NUPVO Leon will limit the scope! of *h? ner loafer." it is no use for you to go on auferin.and .; ,
reuniting
Inauguration
, i, officials I Catholic\ church, which during its life O dragging out your life when you Get acquainted with our Repair
families have
four court
an- 1.-
; . bo such little I
eat at i
cubed expense
I hag entirely forgotten its spiritual > Small repairs M
,t. flounced In the four cases Judge Tor- Department. ,
anxious for lady friends to M'
am so my
i mission. its sole right to he recognized
'" I rlson decided that separation would made without extra charge. Alterations xwT s
ki.ow about this wonderful' remedy]
bv modern "oci(>tv. The church hag The Million Dollar Mystery. tT
'CL"
t -r. .:. bring suffering! on innocent children. consecrated itself principally to con Thrilling story in Valley Gazette. teat I am hLving: it publish in the of all kinds at reason- f(':
the love for
.. 'Playing their children upon, he sent parent the four pairs'from" I west in politws.: To secure its obiect Sensational picture at Dixie Theatre. pane: and! if ether editors "" ,11 |I'lf"> eCJHV able prices. Let us call for that
will\ be I II
2 I it always has been allied with they conferring avon soiled' suit of NOW.OIIVER'S .
I the. bureau arm in arm and rec yours
onciled. | reactionary government and the des-I PLENTY OF MONEY I derful favor on afflicted women. AndI
?: .
,' and with invaders. want to say again that 1 am to! I
., ''' even foreign TO MOVE CROPS
These of Torrison's
Judge
.... are some thankful) that I have tried this won-
a !
It has showed itself implacable SUITATORIUM r
"principal recommendations to couples an Preparations for distribution I derful and !
inclined to jar. "nemy to the Liberal movement andprogress ]. Washington.- remedy to my satisfactiq- ;L
of approximately JJi.OOC.-
a "Give the wife a vacation each )'ear. vutla until from the the present first revolution time and has of'i 00 of government funds, to be deposited I I relief.MRS. MATILDA S. ROGERS, 'Phone 61119 Broadway .,. r'r

She gets tired. Take a vacation' yourself 'ulminated its ridiculous excommunications in national banks throughout! the I 407 Emmett St., Kissimmee, la
'is for; the same reason. I country to facilitate marketing "Have kind of music in the Over the most grand and glo-
F some I l 'i.zi- -
and for other leaitimata >' : -
3' home. "i"'is benefactors of the countrv. Hi- crops j I, jar
lll.'o, Juarez and Lerdo De Tejeda. ness purposes, were being made by: If
r "Whenever you quarrel, go up stairs I -Treasury Department.; Secretary

t' where the baby is sleeping and look at McAdoo: said he stood ready to increase I

him. + the amount. t> any extent to THE PLACE WHERE YOUR DIMES LAST LIKE DOLLARS "

WELL TRY TO KNOCK ': 4 MEN: .VOERIE ON SHIP. > meet lite needs of the country '1
Decision to distribute government:
4 O
OUT BLEASEISM I s funds again this fall was the resul;:
New Orleans,-Four snakes 4I,
Aiken, S. C. determined efforts I from five thousand national\
> 18 tarrantulas, 70 .rats, enough O of replies HNOTICE
+ to put Gov. Cole BlaRe out of politics I-> roaches to almost fill a barrel banks to a recent TreasuryDepart-: --
n in South Carolina, will be made at a and millions of bed bugs formed ment circular asking whether any unusual -
convention to be held in Columbia demand for was expect
> of the of freight money
part a
,A, a on July 31. A call was sent out by : vessel sailing cargo tropical seas and ed. The princopal demand for funds TO ALL PATRONS OFLimit

t I the Aiken county delegates to the I* which was fumigated here in- came from the South.SUIIIIEU .
'f Democratic state convention to anti- > connection with the fight 4 4'yo
ECONOMY. 1
d Blease men for an anti-Blease con 4 against bubonic plague. Two 1
vention. of the' snakes were boa cons> Practice economy in small things!: The Store qz.

The object IK to concentrate on two r* Mtri<,toTs more than five feet long. "When using the oven for roasting I
''j' or three anti-Blease gubernatorial)* Two others were of a harmless Sake a pie or pudding, bake the pota-

Xt'' > candidate The call says it appears 4t! leas Central American,variety. toes, eliminate the .use of the other
to be the undivided opinion of those i ix,4' I burners. Don't burn gas for toast to
citizens of South Carolina who would .tOOO'OO.O'OOOOtt.O'O OO save a few pieces of stale bread. I leave Sunday night for Baltimore. Philadelphia and Newt

rf? J redeem their state from Bleaseism, OUR BIG York City. I expect to spend 15 bUllY days among the blCC.t. f
E that the present situation demandsthe -- < wholesale merchants In lhoee cities selecting their best bargains '
elimination of afVeast three or for Klllllimmee people. ,

',t more avowedly anti-Blease candidates MONDAYSPECIAL When I return 1 will bring with me a car load of the '4v
F>w F- in order that the anti-Blease CPrkkly Ash,Bob Root and Ptrtas.inm" ) eat bargains ever offered in thin'citY-In|| brand new and!!! great L.-
e Vote of the state may not be dlytded I date roods-which will be sold at UP' h
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Prompt' Powerful Permanent ever hope to approaell. will S'HfS
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r THIRTYEVElTCHARGED"WITH .. ... .. that can buy more t
'.( n. ... / ..fBlabbara Eland results astact. B. mmrv 1. ease act. ia you your 1r"
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All : at store
''; MURDER AND RIOT w ...stir 4.ki b P. P- P. 4attng' tt ..- vf tau ayie.ala anywhere else. ,
.r 1. Greenwood Ark_Thirty-seven Indictment '+: lea VWJ'q, r wbsn wdaesroa t.Ago.rad. sass kr ldrr...wH IT fr! *sea wla..a>.rases.i .! SPECIAL SERVICE FOR q
y.- '', charging murder arson and em. en !II.I -... .( a A. .... ...* .rhllIt OUR PATRONS
the : .:... a. .. .* -f f\f If there ia anything
returned special I
riot by
were grand Jury
7.r4 ..-.__________..Ji.JcPETTICOATS ter what it be--juat you would like to hay.-ao mat ,
the riots and destruction P. may tell
y investigating .p' .P. .1 me about it. Or [ '
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after I with rave your Order
4Uy 'rof five mine of the Bache Denman am gone Mr. Rainey, who will
forward
DOLLAR It to ..* e
'Bjrndicte-at Prairie Creek last THE LIMIT f
,...,.tc.-.:.. 5' .j. ::-," 1altei' icb. red, pure Wood u.. the entire Sl... ".1. MnHw. 4 IV tl- and ftsftsSi cot what A'wWJr.flfr.tu'Jssttri *- patrons i R
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rK s $ stentelear the'bcaiDatrelJ&theca.A ... turves.4pT ..wt..u ;
''FiT"1'ear-old''oe< ' been taught $ ". '..mala .t .,->,.....:.... .9'8a-:: hal'pln' : ;endu7o this store will be one Wannou.ce.en r
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poittly..pecifafor snd.Wndleegees the
Blootl'Poki other
I ptoi ranerous Eo.kie tittle sisUrEvaJTe : "by: PIIIReX.DIiIor HYDROGEN in this Watch:: for our,'
; paper 'fi
'wa- proudly showing hU first pair 'Drives wi Rh.nm.tk& and tope ... PalU'ends Malaria; ,01. '; sass' th* tklMt t. mmvm .=mk -G. W. PER80NS.. 1

L ( of trousers ,to\ the family, -when,he !isaiwoaderbtitonic< an4body .Thau.ahd.endorse It. w t.'tF I rmmrmttt. .- sass tUm tm W 9mmm eeit fmm' TAKE OXTR PROFITS )' .<-n. r,

+tsoddenly: turned..to. his r>mother and VPPMAN'CO.' ' SAVANNAH; GA::" .!.... ......... 10C .;.
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