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: August 7, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00658
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LONDON. Atigi 4.;:Great. Britian declared '-war ,on 'Ger- F4; All :Europe. is :in arms.,, Austria-Hungary. and .:Germanyareopposed ) ,


-- .'Ja.t".."7 o,clock.,to'hight..-,,;- .The ,formal-- declaration' .. of, war l by Russia_i 3- Francer-and 'Gr trBritamMontenegro ;' S r: ; '


was'transmitted :to"the German foreign office. ,at Berlin ,thru and: .. elgiumIt, ly has' declared her neutrality :


the British ambassador thus beginning one of the greatest :but is mobilizing.. Japan making ready:.to J live) up: to her l


struggles! in the history of the world. alliance 'with Great Britain in case: certain eve ttralitiea.. '\

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_ THOUSANDS, OF TROOPS FALL AT LEIGE AND VISE" .{;,'


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POSTOFFfCI E:' URGE GROWERS SUMNER ST. GERMANY DECLARES PRESIDENT WILSON i BEEGtAN&:( ( =REPULSE'GERMANS -


WAR ON RUSSIA:r' OFFERS TO PLAY ; 11000; '


SITE ISCHOSEN TfiLIST TO OPENED FIRST SHOTS FIRED PART OF MEDIATOR R: SLAIN IN, DATTLEP P


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CROPS CITY BUYS PRIVATE PROPERTY London Aug. 1.-Brents In the European Washington formally 6.-President ;.eee.0.O...N.O.o 011 >M>i< ,
crisis developed today with Wilson today offered the ier- \
(, RUNNING ...OUT INTO STREETSO startling rapidity. The German ultimatum Vices of the United State govern- e 11,000 GERMANS.KILLED. 0
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THAT STREET MAY BE RE- ment to the warring' nations of Europe 1 '
to Russia demanding that Russia should they desire to discus terms of( London. Aaet Advlcei' 1..1.. ,
OPENED FOR TRAFFIC. cease the mobilization of her array tendered what technically Amsterdam are that more than *> ,
U, S, Department Purchases Truck Association Asks expired at noon and at 5:15 o'clock ISphrased.. "good offices" which ii f v IIHO German t...... wen killed 0 '

1' this, afternoit the German accepted Jn princlple,. wouJ 'It is-a mailer of public Interest-thai emperor lowed bya conference of representatives + Belgium. Th. German lessee ia.*, "
Katz Property. What Is To Bo Grown. the city council has satisfactorily arranged signed. a mobilization order. of the powers of Europe, In the fierce engagement at Liege 0

with property owners on Sumner At 7:30 o'clock the German ambassador which. the United States would, play are reported to .k trt h.....1.000-41-- ,
c ----- street to- have that part of the at St. Petersburg. Count VPourtalea" the role of mediator men. while It.is estimated that ..
street between Rose Street and Clyde delivered a declaration of Acting under the terms of The I 3,500 were lost by the KaI er'.,. 4.
NEW POST OFFICE WILL BE IN UNLESS THE FARMERS COOPERATE avenue opened up for traffic. Becauseof war In the name of his. government to Hague convention the president cabled I army In the conflict with the. Bel-. *
CENTER OF CITY-WHY NOT IN THIS WORK ORGANIZATION a mistake in platting this block of the Russian government, and the entire I Emperor William, of Germany, Emperor glen defenders at Vise. 0'
Sumner street has been a source of stag of the embassy Immediately Nicholas, of Russia, Emperor Th. Dally: Mall publishes a dls-. .
HAVE A NEW CITY HALL IN CAN DO LITTLE TO contention for two or more years. The left St. Petersburg. Although after rants Great of Austria King e patch from' Cepeahagen 81.t..C'- +1
SAME NEIGHBORHOOD? GET BUYERS HERE. street as surveyed cut into the lots of the warlike speeches delivered by the I George, of Britain and President that a German Mqaadron Is .**-:* '
the several' property owners "in that German emperor and the Imperial Poincare, of France, as follows:: herding Sveaborg. Finland. '. .
7 block, and because no satisfactory set- chancellor at Berlin On Friday, no "As official head of one of the powers 4. Sveaborr .. known as the-cl -' .'
M. Kate received notice from the At the meeting of the Osceola Fruit tlement had ever been made the prop- other result could be expected. signatory" to The Hague. convention niter oft Baltfe.r The fertlflcatiena '
erty owners allowed their fences to Now the die .is cast and Europe Ube ,.I feel It to be my privilege and I ; armed with W heavy..; .;
United States Postoffice Department and Truck Growers' .s oci.tiollast stand well out into the street, thus to plunged into a general war My duty under article three of that t e cannon and defended by a. carrUon .j 'P
i. Sunday night that his property on Saturday, the one thing emphasized prohibiting public use of he street. which has ben the apprehension of convention to say to you in spirit ol of about 11,000 men &I'ft.'
Possiel avenue and Church street has as most important at this time was The city attorney, who has been European statesmen for generations.The most earnest friendship\ that I should spread ever a' chain '., seven t
been selected at the new postotfice site that all growers should fill In and working on the matter recently, reported German emperor and his advisers welcome an opportunity to act; In the email Islands- connected with +.
to the council Tuesday night have maintained to the last Interest of European peace either now O bridge. .They eo..... the entrance 'f
for Kisslmmee.. The purchase price send to the secretary the blanks prepared that according to instructions from the that they made supreme' efforts for thought more suitable, as an occasionor 0 to the) Bar. ., Helalagfera.. ..
was 15,000.This by the organization asking council a settlement had been made peace and that the last of the seriesof at any other time that might'be the capital of 'Finland from. 4-
:( piece of property as it now what kinds of truck they expect to i with the property owners in this block appeals from Emperor William to to serve yon and all concerned' In away which there 1* direct railroad +' 'F
of 142 feet and and .by the payment of $25 for that Emperor Nicholas was telegram repudiating that would afford. .m. lasting v commnaleatie with Bt.,Peters-. f
stands, has a frontage gtow and how much of each kind. The ,
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of simians 1Narc- .., VI .
portion each of the eight lots in responsibility for the calamity fOP"rtt.f. : r" fLl.
6 Inches on Possell avenue, and extends secretary stated that he had mailed the bloclr' extending' out .into the threatening the world the "( WlLSON." .t h _" -,. .

t 225 feet back'on Church sereet. these blanks to all members of the as- street, the property owners had I ground that while Germany was on ... ... ....0., .... . . . .. .... .... l..

As a whole It was offered to the Post- sociation and as many other growersas deeded over right of way to the city. diating with Austria-Hungary at Rus
office Department for $6,000, but the ha could think of, but up to the The council was gratified with the a>t- sia's request, Rnsla, by her general Wilson Issues \\., Druids via Paris Aaif.lL-I:1'j '
decided the entire frontage present time had received very few tlement and ordered that the street be mobilization was threatening Ger a. ,..)-;-S veral thMsand dead-.aadwounded
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Inspector replies. opened at once. Proclamatiorr'of *' Is th toll '
and 185 feet on Church sereet, up, ,many's safety.- paid by th. Ger.
It pointed that the most effective FIRST of tbs. H...
for this 'amountBy' was out SHOTS EXCHANGED. man army for Its attack! ?
f paying this 15,000 Mr..K.t. retains work the asociation can probably I The first shots in the Rnsso-Germaa oa Liege. The Belgiaaamade heroic, a
a State
arrangement do will be to In touch with : Tax Rate Neutrality defense, .
lot 90x140 feet, facing Church.street able war were,exchanged between. patrol repulsing the Germans.after''
big buyers-and be to'' ten them today near Prostken. 120 miles !southeast heavy and continuous fighting. :
Now for New' Building." What kind of produce and how much Is Reduced One.' of Konigeber i.\,l! \ The fortified position at Liege had
It la"jiotr"known how soon the citys time the buyers may want such in- Washington.. D. C:;-President Wilson to support on Wednfaday the general
may expect s new postoffice buildingon is to be had: in this section, at any 'and Half has Issued a proclamation ofneu- shock of the German attack. :: The. t
Mitt
this site) as no appropriation fora formation. When buyers queryto War News In Brief trality.The. Belgian forts resisted .-the:...."...
building has yet been made 'The know'what Is to be had from a local proclamation sets forth that fiercely and did not suffer.. 'On* Belgian .: ..... '
Kissimmee public hopes, However, that market they expect an immediate I "a stale of war unhappily exists between squadron atacked and .drove. back'' i
with the help of the Senator and Con- answer, and unless they get it look W. I. Barber, county tax assessor, Germany in pushing her advance Austria-Hungary and Servla six German squadrons.
gresman from that the elsewhere for their produce.Get has received notice from State Comp I through Belgium has met with strong and between Germany and Russia and .EI ifht hundred . ...'-r... ,
will troller W. V. Knott, that the !, theeity, y
new postofflce provided for ere Ready for Buyers state tax opposition around Liege, where Belgian betwen Germany and France and are being transferred to .of 1.
a great while. In order to meet the buyers' de- rate for the year 1914 has been fixed )' forces, according to official advices that "the United States Is on terms of Liege where they' will be cared for. /
No prettier site for the building mands it is .necessary for the growersto at six mills upon each dollar of valuation -II reaching Brusels, have repulsedthe friendship and amity with the contending Prior to the attack on Liege Gen. ,, ,
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could have ben selected. The lot is co-operate and work from a central as follows: German army of the Meuse Under' powers, and with the persons Inhabiting Von Emmlch/ commanding the Ger.' : t
right in the center of the city, within point. Therefore the asociation. And General revenue tax,u.__u2 mills Gen. von Emmich.The their several dominions," forbids man army. of the Mouse, issued a
1 half a block of the main business the urgent request of the organisa State school tax ___--______1 mill; Germans are reported to have under severe penalties, the performance proclamation calling' for .open roadIhrou&h r5
s street, and large enough for a com- tion's board of control is that members Board of Health tax __.___ Vt mill lost several thousand killed and of any unfriendly acts within Belgium for the advance of p
modious building and attractive prove their willingness to co-operate Pension tax _______u.u ,2Jia mills I wounded. "the territory and jurisdiction of his forces and sugesting that prude.ncejI ,,r'
grounds ail around. The Osceola by listing their proposed crop with The affixing of a six mill rate is a Field Marshal Kitchener has been the United States." would show it to be the duty of the '
Igh School is in the same neighbor- the secretary at once and later reporting reduction of only one and one-half I I appointed secretary of state for -war Belgian people: to accede to. this to' }
hood, as are a number of the handsomest to him its condition, the yield change made being in the pension tax in the British cabinet and will have OOOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOOO. avoid the horrors of war -
.' residences of the city. And expected and time of harvest. The mills under that of last year, the one under his direction the military campaign The Germans committed repressionsagainst w
the Valley Gazette would suggest that period before planting time is growing which heretofore has been four mills. against Germany. 4, SOCIALISTS THREATEN TO the civil population of the ;,
while other attractive pieces of prop- short, and it is expected that inquiries When the counties of the state recently French troops have joined the Bel- 4 BLOCK WARLIKE PLANS. 4. town of Vise, eight miles nortteast ,
erty within a block or so At this sit as to Osceola county truck will made reports of heavy increases gians in opposing the progress of Ger- 4 4 of Liege burning the city-and'shoot. ,t
are still available the cityTcbnsider begin in the near future. Also, as in valuations of property the many through Belgium and it l is reported Milan.-Socialists, republicans 4. Ing many residents. '."-
purchasing a !site for a city hall. soon as all reports are in the com- county taxes were materially reduced that possibly Great Britain fr and anarchists of Italy are conducting tl
3V Grouping Public Buildings. I mission men can be informed through in practically every instance. From maY send reinforcements.!! a campaign to prevent V?
the New York packer what Osceola these reports is had been understoodthat > even military preparations in *
of the United States
The
s. It will only be a few' years until the coiiatX-Will produce this year.If the state tax millatfe; would like. president fr Italy. A meting has GERMANS BOMBARD
city will be large building demand a any farmer in the county has ly be reduced to five mills; and the six has proffered his services as mediatorto 4 been convoked in which railway *. "'
hall and the the European nations at war. w
modern city and wants it mill rate fixed was a surprise. ;
not received blank one fr and workmen's unions will take *
The German ambassador will leaveEngland
plan of grouping .public buildings is will be sent him upon application to Thursday by dispatch boat. fr part. It is intended to Issue an *. BONA; LOST 3 SHIPS
marks ultra-modern,
that city /
a "
one and greatly Impresses stranR-ars. S. F. Fansler, secretary of the asso- WILL PLANT STRAWBERRIES.The Both at St. Petersburg and Berlin the > ultimatum to the.government to *.
4 the effect that either shall *
German and Russian embassies respectfully Italy ,
The purchase of the new postoffice ciation.Mr. .
Tenney Not Present. fr abstain from warlike attitude *
and the of new build- Nelson Realty company has have been attacked by any Paris France .
site prospect a who to have Aug. 6.-It is officially -
Mr Louis Tenney, was this > the workmen in all industriea 4
week been or -
preparing two "
ing in the near future is a boost for acres mobs. : confirmed today that the -German r+
before the association, was not > will strike and revolutions *
spoken within the city limits for of several German -
I' planting The
Ki simmee. Real estate in the neighborhood Several fertilizer salesmen capture '' cruiser,Breslau bombarded Bona
000 will be started. *
present. strawberries. The property is at hte steamers by the British is reported
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of the government's new a fortified seaport town in Algeria.The u's
be allowed to
property has already become very de- bid were present such ,fertilizer asking to as the associa- north end of Vine street-and a heavy and the British cruiser Amphion has 4.-00000000000000000000000000' 4 cruiser fired sixty shots, to which ;i'
sirable and enhanced values will fol- on later. crop of cow peas was disked in preparatory sunk the Hamburg-American line the port batteries replied. Details of k
tion to order
may'want to covering the ground with steamer Koenigin Louise, recentlyconverted"into
low naturally. to to the are lacking. Later the Breslau >
The committee appointed go : crushed
limestone. mine sailed "
layer.
a in direction of Gibraltar '
MRS. PILLEY HAS PLAN Plant City and other points for information :'' The ground will be worked over and Russia frontier patrols have penetrated Additional .War and is supposed the to* have been cap- ,
FOR NEW BUSINESS BLOCK concerning the methods' over again before the planting of the ten miles into Germany. I turgid' by the British fleet guarding- S 4
I growers follow there in marketing berry plants early in September, and it Travelers returning from the North'Sea '' News{ Page the starits. '
r Plans and specifications for the pew etc ., reported that they had is on
t\I produce ; that the two acres will bring word that no hostile war- is from Calais that
Usiness block to be /erected on Broadway been to Plant City and while not find- give a big yield. ". / ships were to be seen. 'It reported
by Mrs. L. W. Plllcy have been ing growers' association, met many . I I I :Twelve French torpedo boat destroyers cap- I ;
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It that contractfor and deal of interesting
'accepted. expected farmers got a good .
the building will be let in a few information which they SUb- .
days. I mitted in a report. ,Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Dies; *; \

1 $49,950,000 Daily Cost of War :>, *4l


The Kissimmee Valley Gazette , --Washington Mourning! \ (

I With the present situation in Europe In mind Professor Charles '
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Wants the Pictures of All Little ; BULLETIN. and the resulting' situation in. the Richet, of the University of Paris, two years ago complied table of
United States, cancelled all the daily expenditures Ina general/ European war. Estimating that 7 ;
Kiddies in the City and County ; Washington, Aur 6.-5 P. M.-Mr*. today and remained, within eng.gementa call 21,000,000 men would be put In the field by the fighting towers fobo1J.Professor '
Woodrow Wilson died at 5 o'clock of the sick room. Richet's estimate of the daily cost of such a struggle v..

; Washington time, 4.. o'clock standard Months of constant illness, which I Feed of men __..____f 12.600,000 Marine, 2 shots a day 400,000 M'!
4 t times. began with a nervous breakdo l.ggr..ted Feed of horse .____ .' -4,000,000Pay Equipment __ 4200.000 a
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette believes that no more interesting by a fall on the White Htfuse ? r
be found for Its than those of little children. Therefore (European rates):; 4,260,000 Ambulances-' 500,000. ,
\ pictures can pages Washington. 6,-Mrs. Wood- floor with an Injury to her spine'and .
of la ill 1 ,
r Pay workmen arsenals -. wounded or ('
b. the Gazette invites every mother In thcity'and county send row Wilson hovered between life and then Blight's disease have so weakened .
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port (100 day)
latest and best with the of Its per u.
her photo
us baby's name the baby, death today. Although White House her that attending physicians, < '
"t'pF' age, the name of the parent and. their address. These pictures will physicians said she passed a fairly Including several of the ablest specialist per day)tio"1,t. ,OOO' Armature: ....-v,...-.-"" r,.SOO/MH ,lk
i : be carefully preserved and returned to you after their.appearance In. comfortable night and! had some rest, *, reluctantly admitted they had lit- ranvvrt&1l..10 _yV.. ,100,000.11 .\ Reduction of Import. '.:*,000,000Help y ;
days)' 'f,2 ....
per, provided postage I. .nc16Md.' Otherwise they can be had by they were no more optimistic than late is,hope; 'They., feared,it was but a Transportation of ?? to 'the'".poor"'u ""' ?,* -."*'

,j' i calling at the Gazette office. t yesterday, when they pronounced her question of day,and probably hour. .- : pro-. .',' /,2,000 i> 'cents;n.day.to'l: ani -- .. v
,j We want all 1 the'kiddies 'boys and,girls.! blueey.d and brown, condition > t.lon.:1'' ; .
11 so extremely grave that artificial ;.Mr Wilson was conscious this Monitions ,,, ,,10)Oh-----o.: '' MOO.OOO;
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'<. ,40', chubby fists and, ,piDktoe'J.wbther' they/be/ sixmonths, or six years.Twelve I restoratives were necessary.> morning and her condition was better Infantry10- ; .. ' "DeatruetlOIof.towu." ,', ar e
.. olds .will,not be barrednor twelve:day o1ds:> ..,: .: ', ; I fcart- ? .j"-- : .'"
'yeu. >> fe J Heml1era.-9f the famtJ .wte *x>h- than lasrtnignt: odye.t xlay. She( appeared t ; ,
childrea'a-happy.facW ,. : d&'ea..a: : 4,2oot000.r"-""" :' ;''- wwMIJIi
ISend and f th. liv .etaAUYat4her.bedstdeiThet '
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in the pictures or Presl- ] to be''UTmsuaUy-ToraTe.--ShV ; :i 1
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.,''the Gazette. s '' "\1V it" -"" ", i; t dent.Wfto"'ba.'" ''been'''with'"her' -every greeted the.'President with' smile. .fu'tIUeI7..1. i .,.,., Total.. ,,_ ...... _:i;

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-\\Pensacola. Bank-Officials- .. "BUSTER" BROWN HELD chambers him by the of Daytona-Beach-Seabreeie commerce through: Presi- .;'
REORGANIZE ONSERIQUSCHARGE
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Pensacola. ";; ter" Brown;, a present and deliver an adress at' u..

I Indicted by Grand Jury young man well' known in this city tabor day celebration which will beheld

has been arrested in Mobile on requestof in the three mudclpaliUeLt; D*t. ,
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: iIEERsALooNs; -""--,- V RURAL ROUTES the chief of. police and will be tona, Daytona Beach and Seabreeie.,

1i i brought back to Pensacola to answer :
: r Pensacola.-William H. Knowles, ten separate counts individually and )i serious charge in connection with agirl Curia Old Sons. Other Rsmsdtt West dti.. ..,

,. and William K. Hyer, former officials twelve jointly with the others, was ( under the age' of 15 years, who The worst cases BO m.lt.#ef how loss stss4is., ', .
," Thomas W. Brent William 8. Keyserof fixed at 110,000,' while the bonds in Halted the city during the latter portion are cared by thr-w&ndertst.. old nliabMM.Porter's .
;t 4 MlamU-Not long: line several the First National bank of Pensa the other cases were fixed at $8,000,, Washington,-A reorganization of of last week. The girl's home, it Antiseptic Hrsllnc Oil. H nlfcvm I'
Pale sod Heal .t the sum tlm 23c.Me,tljMMalaria '
: '. places opened ban and advertised cola which suspended in January all of which were. immediately given,- the rural route system in Florida i. is understood,is in Mobile and she was I IJ
1. gran4jury in fact bondsmen waiting to contemplated by the Postmaster Gen- . :
j >' near....., a concoction of rice etc., were all indicted by the federal were visiting some relative. in Bluff -J
that bcdy making its return to sign the securities. eral. It will be made effective within
Springs when -she decided to come to
."" ''t. elaiminffjthat.it contained but 2 per Judge W. B. Sheppard. Immediatelythe Four separate indictment were returned the! heit six months if Congress enacts Pensacola for. a day. Her relatives or Chills<< & fever
bin
:( \ cent of alcohol. Everything went on men indicted were plaoed under against the parties charging a recommended by the Postmaster caused the arrest of Brown.

cj: spsooth1ywlth a big sale of the con- bond. them with violating section 5209 of GeneraL Preeertftioa No.CM ..prepared...,....). :
; ebctlon until without warning, Deputy The bond in the case of Mr. the federal revised statutes relatingto This bill provides for the use of automobiles GOVERNOR TRAMMELL lot MALARIA octiHILLB eV FCVtlt: :

: Sheriff Prat and Wilbur Hendrickson Knowles who4Kvas vice-president and misapplication of unds of national on rural routes in all states ACCEPTS INVITATION Five or six doiss will break any csis.ead,

swooped down upon them closing out director and against whom there were banks. that have roads adapted to the use of If taken then as a Scale die r..m aat

.. their badness in a hurry. Those who such vehicles. It provides for a. radical Se.breeze.-Gov. Park Trammell! return. It acts on die Uvar better tkaCsloael *

i so far have been selling near-beer are change in the rural free delivery has accepted the invitation extended to sad doea DOt "'pe.I ...... 26*
4/ R. Bohannan J. L. Hendricks. Joe system. Under present conditions the
"I Team Contracts length of the standard route is
Fine and Theo. Wlethuchter. white. Birmingham twenty- - . .
r The charges gainst them are the illicit four miles and the maximum compensation -I OOOUOOUOOO'O. ." '

.: sale of liquor. It l in expected that paid carriers is $1,7000 a year.

t i. aeveralmore will be caught in theSheriff's To Spend Winter In Orlando The Postmaster General proposes to ,
:i I increase the length of the routes where
drag net before the end tomes.J
..' Those who were arrested are !Held in conditions are favorable to fifty miles I When You Buy Shies at Dutton-Harris Company's

-J(' g I the sum of 9600 1 bonds to appear be. and on such routes carriers will .be I I

.' j fore the criminal court. The arrest Orlando.-Contract has been closed other big league teams wintering in paid a salary of $1,800 a year. They You Save Money on Every Pair ',

li was made solely by the officers of the between Mr. R. Woodward owner of Florida. will be required to use automobiles on i
1 the longer routes.In .
the Law and Order League not figr
law
'. The Birmingham team is composedof .
-
uring in the case. Sheriff Hardie who the Birmingham basebal team, and discussing' the subject the Post ; .
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J' forty and they
men
some I
.,' it ill at his home on the south side JaR L. Giles and Harry L. Beernan spend from two to three months in master General pointed out that in SPECIAL

has instructed his deputies to arrest representing the Orlando Board of Orlando probably the months of I thickly settled agricultural regions a NOTICE
;; near-beer, or I group of routes radiate from the same
selling
every preson that to trainIn February and March.
t" Trade. for aggregation January,
.. breaking the dry laws. Since Miami town. The services of one carrier are
.'", . went dry the liquor people have had Orlando during the corning; winter. The fair grounds diamond will be I required for nearly every ro te. The TO ALL LOVERS OF WHITE SHOES.
.. riA hard time in trying to dispose of A feature of the transaction i is the I put in condition for their practice, Postmaster General is of' the opinion

i a of kind. Sheriff Hardie agreement that the Birmingham team and shower baths and lockers will be that with the introduction of automobiles -

,' I .: liquor that any thelaw shall be carried will play three games a week in Orlando I metalled under the grand stand 'at the I the length of the routes may be

'J; out propose to the letter. during their stay here with park. Doubled without impairing the effici- : Bargains White Goods .

_: I lency of the service in any respect.

He also is of the opinion that in I .
1t1"'M" -rrlnit Co. four brushes 3 (OQI. instances it be found de-
t Commissioners Hear I. II Walker lumber _-___.._.-- 22500( ;irable some to have routes may fifty miles in :,:, : We are going to put on a. clean-sweep sale on all white shoes in
road
Z mi-dlclne
County J. Roherson. to
? KaiiK, __._.nh'hh___- 11.70KiHHlmmee length on a straight line. On such I I tle house. Every white shoe must go. i
VulLey "..&"U... legal, routes he would have the carriers
.__..__ _. __ _ :: These shoes fit well well
Good printing ---- 0 1800(' wear and are a delight to your feet.
f-- Roads deliver and collect the outward
Petitions For _ __ 6 S2: | on
: ; MHl.br Co lumber -- n They are summer and fall shoes
I specially designed for warm weather
Much KrrrrtierB teams. _____ 1H7B 'trip remaining over night at the terminus -
wear. Come in white, canvas or buck in or Oxfords. Come
\V W t"h"dl..r. rbalnman nn 2 oo o fthe routes and delfver and i pumps
;I : .t -- 5V Walker> chalnman _'- -_ n 400 I and see the following bargains:
collect the return the following -
journey
The followliiK\ bills. Tv' re examni ii emt.np1roved ( >nr. ..nln Journal. leKtl printing 5020) )) on I

,' 'I'he Osreoln Board e"I of ,County m<-t Oommlsslomrsof Auicust 3 Inr.ul.r I* le..l-anti>.. commissioner wariants. ordermt. ilinwnK $ H (MiR FH .3i4fi'c-wur-cy'y-trrg-tifrr.14---road .._ _ |_ ._ __ 2200li day. Such deal an of innovation will 1: Regular$5 value White Buck Bootsat! -._-___ ___-______ .:T-.J3.50
sri-r require great reorganization
,.
h. -- a
\ R.-Paon. th*r l -lnK presentK. V I.iinlir missioner. __ . 1(0011( W \nhton.) Basslnirer- pay roll 17225 I: Regular $4 value White Buck Boots at __ _._ 3.00
U'h.o..u
t J. Leal.-y. Chairman.. R' V I IRnlo.. A. K HHWM ommlHsiloner U' __ 121''Mt K It Ha.... medlolnifor I road I In many states. Regular $4 value Buck Oxfords at -. 3.00
\ F. Wnlkcommlsoloiifrm
O I< II" H \ ... uuUo.U.
A. F. linn O H IIn. iinimlsHloner 1700W. '( __ . ._ .
1 (OoIHHHC
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? W J Hears attoriifvfor . F Walker commlsuloner 24 di. KaiiK Anstadt. lumber- .__ __ .--_ K.72Itrori x Regular $3.50: value White Buck and Canvas at ._ _U___ __ h U 2.85
the Board and J. L. Overstryot.clerk. J. K I verBtrt.. rfl fee to Co At Lanler meat to- road.-- Regular $4 value White Buck Pumps in Canvas unl Leather, newest I

: ,c I,. The. minute of the last rgularc con\lt-t fwln---------------p, int. -.--_ f r.3 ouc (IttMice gang __- --__ -_ __._-_ 11 10 EXpWfssiiow toes and heels, all sizes at __ . -- __ -_ _- -- __ ._ 2.95 \
Adtt tn 9irancu .
c meeting were read and : .\\'rM'.t.oX; ('ni Mc-Cov. mHlnt,'nance __ 1IS'M Ron, ]{oht('0. .loads Mass hauling_ ._ : saw. __ _dust_. on_ BiBO( i Regular. $3.50 values in Canvas at ___. --._ ____ .u.nu__ 2.50
'J Hon. A. R. ImnpKan pre.nt.da appeared ; -l cell-Hand niBlntenanciIK' no 1. It Fit rni.-r. frul pd for Co- -.- 1 75 : All $3 and 2.50. values White Pumps at .__ _-_ - .. __ __.u_. 1.00 1
and
before the Boitrd : :
F :1 ')' StiUlviin. maintenance 600 MontiulucH,. :: & Tlnd.iil: l lumber 19 6(1)
I J petition I signed lijr"n\hrn cltlxrns >fBhtnsrle J. M ('thwart2 mnlnti-nanci-..ofl H C Stanford., so|iilica| to road )
Creek I" which thyasked ... KMIIIS. mnlntenance __ __ .H oo gamma _._ _. 43.23 I FALLING OFF
c ., tot some Improvement to K I I. nI'l U. "Kuar made on the public road on either nidi* ': It Klmpson.; (tuard .. 3B.00: : John' 1. Hrltt. "guard- "". 'U'_ __.' 23 (II'' Dutton-Harris Co. I I.x.
The -
4 of the bridge, across Hhlnul.Crerk! fiV t Cllbert.: guard -_ - SB on' y Tu..k.u..nl.. . _ __ _ _. 12 onJ i
.., .' .t Board agreed, that 'an noon nm .It wits S M lioilKi-rs Kunrd _ 8fi (H' 1. HarKrovf nuppllcs to road
i : possible same would be ftantedMessra I. It KnrmiT cap!. guards -- mi im 222-1 ..
. .k Drawdy and Brewer camp before liV A..hlon.RUpt.. roads 75 'oo \V gang: fflnr-, -- ---- '-r road: -------- 12 ootpcenlH )): '. .Pensacola. considerable falling' t
.,'; the Board and Mated that they tor __ __ ._ n. .6i! .oo < Tel supplies Co. ph rent n_gang___. 3.OOsreolai off. in the exportation of a number of <-:-:-:-:- :--... ..." ).M-:M:..>.,.<..> -9> -v < -9-M->
C would haul tile lumber for the Bnssln- .7 \I. Ovt-rst' n-i't. clerk and ...udlIt ( Journal donation distribution .- .
!. sr Okeechobea bridge for the um of I II. llelKer. conviction fi-eH -- 2t'* on' InKaftlne. Edition _. 20000 principal export items from Pensacola C
1 :)-. 111.00 per M.. the matter was pnsstdtilt H.I.. UelKi-r. ..ruI. atty _" 3333 A S Reed. transportation fMlrkle is expected as a result of European ill
-S \ II th. lifternoon spsston.B. before John l'a\101! supt poor farm- tln/lO' N. Y. _.--___-.___ .--". 2360 :' war. Unless the. present crisis shows WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
I othen appeared .
I. M Ina-ram. of Jail 12.10 - -
k; i 4 ;; Jih1rl<dar: : rare u Tile Treasurer report showed the - .
the marked the indications
'? the Intereat of T.I! !MurphJudKf Co. ('t._ 2500( a change immediately, -
balances hand.
folliiwlnK FLORIDA
fU f\ 1 I '. public road between $t. Cloud and Nar- T M MurphJudK Juv. Ct __ 12.BO ti"H-nuu ___________on.___..__. I 5540.26l'ine I are that commercial relations STATE COLLEGE..' KOII HKHSITV OF FLORIDA. ,tJUAI1iE8'ILLE.
coossoe. and presented a petition signedl J R Ba... Janitor BO.00V and Forfeiture _. 4.591.MP between United States ports and Euro- WOMEN, TALL. lA8JEE. 1'-
k I the cttlsrnH of said. vl'I"ItI" \ J Scars. leRal st-rvlceB ..-_._ 2(>.84 Schol Fund __,___"___u.__.-___ 4,11 BR6ad COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCI 131 ..rE
which they naked for a marl rood between 1'. K. Mofxan. making election Fund _____._.__-______ 2292.64 pean ports will become almost stag ENCES, NORMAL SCHOOL SCHOOL, (thtA Colleges and m.j'Rf'Jg;
i* i said point. The Board not belag boots. SI Cloud 2.:3The S. 8 n. No. 1 __.____-___--__.- 1080.94 nated. Pensacola's export business Is' OF: MUSIC: SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION.;; AGRICULTURE; LAW TEACHERS': ;
I In position tOg rant their requealat the Falconer Co.. record book A.) 8. I). No. 2 ___________._-_. 223.88B. conducted principally with German SCHOOL OF ART: EXTENSION DIVI; LEGE EXPERIMENT: COLI,
time agreed, to have : STATION EX-
1' the prpaent for .. ,,. 17.50a"o. : t
.uPrp : 634.641fl.
f -j-- 8. T> No.3 SION
'J road put In .h.pe'ao that team. could D. Barnard ded record ____ SO.64 a D. No.4 --------r-----__?____. _______ 1.1131.62 French: and English ports, insofar as : GRADUATE} with swimming SCHOOL. ModernBymnaslun bas TENSION DIVISION; GRADUATE .r.'
I pan. over afely. J. U Overstreet. Court Cost. Co. 86.Osceola S. S.-Ii No. I -.-___,___-_______ 32.88 cotton, tobacco and European lumber ketball and tennis. courts: pool new; and SCHOOL. Ten new brick buildings, besides -

t C ...eJwt.A.'.R.tMedthat Reed appeared Mr., P.before Mlekl.the wae Board notable jail HdW. Co.-__.,,,supplies to Co. ..1& 8. .8. ,D. No. S ____.________,._- 6.66 shipments are concerned. modern building; beautiful campus; many gymnasium subsidiary bulldlnga.swimming Sixtyoneofficers pool and. {

I 't,. to earn a support and wanted the 1. H. Inwram.-j-County-Ct. cost. 9.80 Total ::... ,. .. $20.36 .67 About a half .dozen German and dormitories iences have all modern conven . Instructors and assistants; 164 :
-- i. : new dining room and kitchenmost -
KI. --- ; from
f .J.i ; Bo..rd'to pay hi. car fare from Bait. Enamel A Nov. Co. auto collector's, Austrian steamers are in port loading young men 47 Florida counties
The tax poll
: reportshowed
j-, I V, .- discussion Immee to CoJaockl of the matter N. T.the;.After Clerk some waitInstructed Covlnston tags ...Co...--convict-_.___._clothes_.i____-. '43.60Klsslmmee ..111 ".00 collected.The t&3; cargoes, for European ports but it Is women nygrlenle from it In counties-Florida.and 411 11 yoyng-states and last session.14. state.*" and foreign countries.- "'0".'
?? tax collector' license report last cession.TUITION .
.,. 11'". to.draw warrant In favor of Water & Light Co., showed ft.60 general collected and $10 believed here that the cargoes will be FREE In TUITION FREE BOARD AND. "EN t
c !.. Mr. .Reed" for- tSt-'KA;= .. .beIng theY lights July.1-,-- IS.BOKltmlmmee auto collected.. held up pending the outcome of the School. Boad College and.Noromal TRANCE FEES "111.10 ,-per year. ,
fiLr. aid entrance fees
'; thE .
.
amount of car ffi. Co.. ph. rent 2.70 Write today for catalogue. .
. Paid wnrrnntswere ordered concelled crisis. for the year 1114. For catalogue write ,;i
II. presenteda
lti L '.
f.: Commi..IonCOB. 4 OBHenrv
: T. S. Murphy. Kuard'3 dura
from the various funds as follow: EDWARD CONRADI. A. A. MURPHREE3.
!) PRESIDENT.
,4 : ...,t :.. map of the proposed road between MeKnll! .. : Kenancvllle and Nl.ttaw. which was or. _. .' -_ __ 450 Fine and Forfeiture _-____ ___-. 417 RB Bartow.-Dick Moon shipped two -- -_ __ _._. _.__ _
? 't'W f der-l filed: and the clerk Instructed to Thomas Hallijy, barbering convicts Road Fund __ __.__.u_ 8.BBS.73 carloads of watermelons fast week for h .
draw deed for the rlirht of way as __ 4.60Watera
There being 'no further business toome ---
which he received # price. :
i soon a. possible.. Carson Oro ('n.. Sup- before the Honrd. they adjournedto ancy 't
(
.,, ' Mr. P. :J. Whldden. representing .the piles ill road "gang ___ _ 286.71 meet In regular session, September Sorrento.-'There is every prospectof ,
'-v-- -. fit. 1.mul. Ivlshtnlnfr Rod Company .ap W* R :?!.takincon Co. road supplies 7th. 1914. a splendid citrus fruit crop this ,
I.e peared before the Board with a viewof .h. __ -_ u__- B938 K L LESLEY. Chairman
rodlnir the Court House but the Randolph YounK. supplies to Attest. season. The trees are now in excel- I
t. Board deferred notion In the. matter road .franK 3580Oaceola J L OVERSTREET Clerk lent IIhape.OOOOOOO .
-- - -- -- -
,
-. .- The Board took recess until 2-00 p. m. Hdw. Co. supplies to
..- Tb.. Bpad met saraln at 2:00: p. rn. road gang - 48.40H 'FhoIt. t
( : all officer beinir!'" presentS IT. Has hauling clay for Co loo 00 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOI .
OOOO O
A netltlon signed by the ltla..l1. of c. W. Orlffln supplies 0 road
.
, .,, St.- Cloud and vicinity. In which they gang -_ _- 1725C.
.. .sked tor.. public road to he opened W Orlffln mule feed __ 4 KL The
c Up. beginning 8w corner of SectionSIS5aO. Joel. Tyson supplies' to road KanR 3 BO
M r and : esst to Columbia ave.. SoFla.: Foundrv. one sh wheel 1 60 I The Favorite Store of Kifsimmee I
:t waa read In open Board ami same ordered Randolph Vt>unK. rffule feed- 3760
filed with the proceedings of the meat to road RanR10.17
, ?:: Board and action thereon deferred forthe \ r..rt'&Yc.. Oro. Co. mule .

,,. -, preaent.Several feed. -.--- -__._ 101.71Postal
te. '.) communications were r.ad'in Tel. C. Co. messawrs by
; open board and same ordered filed with JudBje Co. Ct _._ 120n.
1 the proceedings, of the board. W. A.hton. road pay roll 184.25 Our Pots and I r'-
Upon motion of O. R. B..... secondedby T. M. Bummer guard l6.l0Osceola
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.r ,' .::' _R._V. Lanler. It wa. agreed by the Hdw: Co. supplies. to Ct \ \\ ..UlltHI -
." board that no rock work would be doneexcept house .._,_ 1.00 ,. .
.
.' by the State and County convicts Osceoln Hdw Co.. supplies to
L%. I on account of the .hort...... oft poor farm. -. 9 .48Osceoln t
t- road funds. Hdw. Co. < supplies to > ''I
,.t, Mr.. J. C. TI.on appeared before. the court house 4.10 .P nsandKeffles ,
,. c board and ..ked.them. to lower the valuation Arthur Warren guard 36.00 I
on hi. real estate. whereupon Charlie. Falson barbering con. .... ..1.LI .
,' the 'hoard lowered hi. valuation from vtct 100 : ;
. II.000( to UOO.'r J. J. D..nn. repairing Co. wagon 4 50 )
.. 4; it;. The following changes were mad In C. L*. Bandy commissions 8279 (LI d
- persona' property to-wlf I : Dave Bryan state witness Co. Ct. 13.00 in z"'a _ _ -
M. L. Tlndall assessed with ted head J. n. witness. Co. Ct 7B. are
of cattle lowered to ISO head. It.Hrl.r:; : commissions 111:86Archie
J. B. Tlndall assessed. with 100 bead LAmb. repairs on Co. wa n > Ott
-of cattle lowered. to t60 head Will Qulncey. work on road 27.60 i
A. K. Godwin assessed with S.OOO head 1.. H. Ingram cost July term Co. T
/ ,: of cattle was lowered to 1.SOO head at.j -- .... 8 S6Inarnm. .
P. H.. Tlner assessed with tSO head I. H. feed bill of prls. 6:. 0Okeechobee Every Home .
. of cattle was lowered to SOO head. Co.. clay for Co. PERPLEXITY COMES TO YOU OVER ANY BUSI-
& 100 head _. i
S. J. B. Tdmblln assessed with roads 14 .70U WHEN
.:t1 of cattle was lowered to 160 head. H. iBgrnm Winchester rlHe. 8.00 OR FINANCIAL MATTER-IF YOU ARE CON-
U The matter of hauling the lumber for Oliver Miller med service to
,, the, Rssslnger Okeechobee bridge wsiaaaln I J. W. Thompson coffln. pauper6.00 SIDERING MAKING AN INVESTMENT OF ANY KIND( )
m : taken up and Messrs. Drawdy prisoner 26.00Kelch kettles AND WANT TO BE SUREYOU, ARE RIGHT BEFORE YOU FINALLY
,. \. t and Brewer Instructed to take the work A Hall work on.eo. wagon The 'ring of our pots, pans,
at $11.00 per thousand .. per thelfagreement. and shoelnn" mules 6.2S DECIDE-
.. ." K. L. Britt, amt. pd. for hats rind cans' that we have sold to our many satIsfied -
m C. F. Johnson editor of the Osceoln for conv. .7BT
,4 Journal appeared before the board and 8 Murphy pump point 1.00
-* asked them for a donation of ttOO 00 ;Seminole, Pharmacy medicine for customers can be heard all over this CONSULT THIS BANK
Jz .. ; I to assist In the distribution of the convicts __ 245
.. - r Magaslne Edition of the said Osceola R. L* Story meat to road gang" 4.88 1
(', Journal upon motion of A. F. Bass I W. I. Barber bal on 1911 assessment city and county. There is a continual demand We Will take: pleasure in giving you full benefit of our information -
.
t .( seconded bv O. R. Baas the board _' 133241
t agreed to draw a warrant on the Publicity Dutton & Hnrrla. shoes to roadgang onour large stock of on any subject. and investigate for you possibilities and
e,, 4 Fund for said amount. same to - ._-- .._ 5.20
1 be paid In December. A. n. 1914. and I I probabilities of any proposition. I
the clerk was Instructed to draw said
... Warrant. j Get YOUR HORSES SHOD BY
,,-., C: L. Bandy tax collector presentedIlia j
>-. "< final report. which was examined Household Hardware It is a pleasure for ni to serve our
.t S .and accepted by the Board. M. J. MOLCAHY .
'
stP t.. 9 e Itemised J. I* Overstreet.statement clerk of the presented amount re.celved an- customer, 10 do'not hesitate in ..kia,.

\ I 13: : .. by hJm .. filing" fees from the I s
iL .andldatea In the June Primary.. and and our extremely low prices for standard t
t the total expense: of the election as follows -I

it. . >'.Total: ''.amount received articles a are bringing new customers every STATE 'BANK OF

A by. clerk _________ -.1 4.T1 ME" '"
for = day. This store has the reputation of handling -
Amount .paid out !l' SE iai8Hfs'lbfcH' .F1
of electionby & .

.'. 1,;$. .fr, Amount expenses Clerk paid--__'out i-------for tl4 .TO. "' only hardware. that is of superior quo,1ityDud -.KISSIMMEECapital \ J ;

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expenses o(: .election will make no mistake in coming .
-'S by County __:'-u___ ".11I you

;, ( \, S t mota1 receipt*, and. _dis stock i: _______ _
here _$100,000.00
_ : : : now and .inspecting our big stock. Everything ------------------- ...,

bursement-.. _$154.71 .un.eI '
1 ,.' ..'.".. BalanO.-Oflb5nd.l74-7S? -', you, need for 'the house will be found Resource OTer -,-.-___________..:___.._______________ 400,000.00

:Board Instructed the Clerk to ,
The .
"pl' -...t. said balance to the candidates. 2 here at prices ,that mean you save money Officers .1
\..' .".' H. J.nkln.pr.ssnted s,'map and Directors. i
o4 .
ir&f theproposedpublic5f
.i., a.
I, r a.stnger..runnhih" west to the ; : C. A. CARSON .. "t'
Preifc
\'rln.. -- ,- J. M.-LEE.-Vic* Prest.- ,
.. river.. which was ordered -
,-f' d ,tfc,, >clerk i Instructed to getttZ i CANADIAN HORSE SHOER AT 8 f "
M. KATZ
Usce.o 2nd
o1a1aidb'tO
Vice !
t'Ir., rJj"o'. .m.( "I">a T.per& : t :COflibQHY Pre.u .

:'' .rer'e-report; 'to'ts; .. State JJ.Jafln s. agonI ROMA THOMAS Caihler
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", PLAY GAME'OPBiyclcB i or. j, "

r. ---- With'Ww ..Ie.of" hit grocery :.buslness. : at's'I '
. I\r. .. e J. .to 'H, E. Overstreet,E. E. Knox l land
... ',. !i F. H.''Dayi.t E. L.. Brady one of ;

----..-- -.. HE-GKE-R S '. -...', .. .,"....&.. ,"., Miami's .pioner, retail merchant, retired ,#

; ..:.... . from the business which he-has
..., ''' .. ,. ,:.' sendt&itd art ,w. .f,.ly ,
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for many'year*.' :', .
-'. The Brady atore Is of the old.bet .
. one :
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the Cot1
: .. grocery stores In Miami, and has carry Finest
:Shop Is Favorite .... '
been a landmark: in this city since and Ulceit Meats In the, Oty.Frtsh ..

':.. the-- early days Poultry and ISggs,"Fresh i
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Place For PlayersKISSIMMEE . Two of the three, young men who Home Cured-JI.ata.;First Class,, ,

.... ... have purchased Mr. Brady's business Meats at:Rock Bottom figures i., ;
.' have been iri his employ for :years.Mr. ; '
--. ';.: '" .J-" Overstreet has been the general our policy. Come in'and try us.

PROUDLY BOASTS .t"!!' manager of the stroe for the last
;0 CHAMPION CHECKER PLAYER. ; I four years, and has been connectedwith :1P'ARlOR.MARK'ET '

OTHER;<: WELL KNOWN MEN ARE ';" ,. the store for the last ten :years.
EXERTS AT TilE IGA E. '" '- .V He came to Miami from Kissimmee. 4
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' ,.. H. E. Overstreet. better' known t Id Phone 44. 117 Broadway,1 ifiPEOPLES'

( These warm summer days when the .;'/f : Kissimmee a. Ernest Overstreet, has

'I strenuous sports are not to be thoughtof 4Ur -'a'-'l' many friend. in .this, his-home town
t: a surprising number of Kissimmee ,... ',' ro" : and we join them in wishing him welt MARKET
glen in his new business venture.Bartow.Watermelons .
'J young and old, find amusement .
...
., : 189.
Phone S04
it an occasional game of checkers, e ? .' Broadway.J. .,
1 d, ohaYed in their leisure hours. At any .'.. -' "':#/I, i _"" .' ;-;:. are still I. Powers, Proprietor *B
.'JI.ime during the day when they have "" .' moving in carlots. The size is.large "
- fifteen minutes not otherwise r'I'k and excellent. '
t: ..... or twenty quality .
: ,employed, instead of going for .
ice soda aimless stroll "'-
.+ an cream or an .,
I on the streets, they make for the " . .- -

vl 't Cycle shop on Darlington avenue and .. "" '
spend that fifteen minutes in a hotly ," ': : -
contested game of checkers with someone The Home of. 'Blue Ribbon' Printing '
of the numerous other players' who -- f.
has a fifteen minutes leave of absence 1 RESIDENCE OF j. THOMPSON, SOUTH ROSE STREET. I
from business also. v
At first thought checkers may seem T r------- 1f.
a tame amusement to some, but therein Mrs On ten It Hede was given the .. Ii
Kissimmee School Have hauling of pupils for school No. 6 at a <
science in the game as you will find to j salary: of $26.00 per month.
if you pit your skill against some of \" 8. Masscnburc was appointed Good Printing Depends Upon
the experts in this town, and the spirit principal of colored school No. zti., I
The returns of
Rub-School District
of contest enters strongly into the Kindergarten ; Election of No 4. KasalnKer. Florida, having; b..nr..c..lv..d. ,
prumes played here because the state's the Hoard l. upon motion dulyseconded ....
champion hecker player is a resident proceeded to canvas same Skillful Men 'and Up-to-date .
and found /
as follows:
of Kissimmee, and always ready to Trustees in Fourth District Certificates oflnapectorH and Clerk .
give new recruits a try-out. j of ,Special Tax HcrtiJol<\ District No.4.

The !State: Champion.The I Knssfnirer\ the undersigned.Florida Vounty Inspectors of OsceolaVe and. Equipment. We Have Both
The Board of Public Instruction in To amt received from tax col.. ,
,, Clerk of HpecUV Tax School
acknowledged champion i is M. I taxes _ ________ __ 03 No. 4. IDstrlct -
- -- -- County of Onceola
State
Tiller. I regular session, August 4, thoroughly of Florida s
You may win one game from do hereby certify that at the. election -
hirp--tbat is a little trick of his to looked into the matter and decided to S $2i4 held In Special Tax School District .
get onto your method-but the man establish the Kindergarten depart- By paid warrants. as per list.- 1 174 No 4. on the 6th day of July A. I) 1KI4 ,

hasn't appeared yet who can win the I ment for School No. 1, and Miss Ruth Balance ____ _____ ___________I 666 I at we IlKKslnicer did canvass Florida the votes pursuant cant at to said law No matter what you want in the line of printing-We do it-and we al. .
second game. Upon several occasions Butler was employed as teacher of R L. L.UPKKK. | election] for the persons to nil the 41.fices ways do it just a little better than the other fellow. J ': 'J
expert checker players have been imported same at a salary of $50.00 per month. County TrensnrerWarrants hereinafter spe.cllled. and furtherto
I The Board instructed the superintendent In the sum of $1.88f. 37 wtiexamined .,. canvass' the votes cast In said election -
and
from counties
neighboring for maximum uuml.i-r. of mills of '
and cancelled\ In open neftnlnnn .
neighboring states to se if Mr. Tiller to ernt a room for said depart- .. follow N" 43! 494. 406. 4fi. 497.! I District Tax to be collected annually In a free-for-all competitive contest with :printers from five counties competing -,
could be beaten in two games out of ment. The Hoard also unanimously r.os. 613 514] f.i510.] 617 SIR r>2i. 4M9 for the next two succeeding years, and.the , we were awarded the "Blue Ribbon"for the .finest printing at the Sub-, "" .
voles cast at said election
decided to make a charge of $1.00 I 448. 4dS. 4SX. 5(1(1 601 MO. 61$ r.22. f,23. were as
I 'hree, and in the words of a local enthusiast per r,2r. 626 490 ( ( follOWS Fair held Orlando last -
month pupil for those attendingsaid 524 5(12. 6U3. 5i4. 505 511. Tropical at winter. : f"
"it can't be did. So sure is per r.cifi. 507.. 612. 5(18 for Truntem.C .
Mr. Tiller of his own bkill that he has department. I II'res..nl Hills were approved and warrants Issued W Milliard J received 7 votes 11
Hobt H.
Alderman
; been known to offer to Wager $500 W C. HHBB.at Chairman tin-. board! CleO irn-i-tiiiK, W liver-were 627-w.ns follows.J. Sears gal "sup t. I 11600fi2RW James Durrance received received 7 votes 7 votes We don't claim to be the cheapest printers on earth-because we believein .f
) against a like amount that he could 8tr..C.V AV Cha ndl, r iimlV J O HBSS: M B P.I. _====. 4 on for Tax .....V7. $
beat hisToppojent. Scars SuperintendentMlnulcB r.2j..o W Overstreet. M B P I. 4 Oil( Three mills received 7 votes.C paying fairwage to our-men-but wt.positively! the best work and do it.
1 t 530WV.. (Chandler MB.PI._ 2011(1f W. 1111.1.IAHD. --- ....
of the last me tliK were reasonable
at price Try
While Mr. Tiller js the champion read and approved. >31-s. .. lupfer. com. t treas.83.68 Inspector of Jo I..ctlon.Insp'ctor a us on several other Kissimmeites 632-J. R. Smith, Jan. 8 dye, sch. ALEX. SLOAN
'f player, there are 8. 1* Lupfer, county treasurer reported
: No.1 izr.o of Rlectlon.
foltowtl.To
an .unuhuu. -
checkers
who experts at ,
are CLARENCE: ALDERMAN.
the Honorable Board of PuMIe Instruction 633-W. J. Sears 8 mos. lncd.60.00
). and several others who are going to In and for O.ceola County 684-Lacy Johnson. making annual Inspector of Election.
'\ be if perseverance helps any. J herewith tender my report a. report _ __ __ __ __ SO 00 ROBT. H. ALDERMAN. Booklet of All Kind
," Treasurer of Osceola County for the 635-John II. Ilalsden. clerk and Clerk of Election.
With the number of men in town The Hoard finding that said election {
G who play checkers and play often it is month of July. A. n.. 1814tirmrrml and No. S bringing__ ____ __returns___nun.S. S. D._ 660536.J. was conducted according! to la.... and I _ Circular
Srhvol Fud.To that C. W. HIlMard. Robt. H. Aldermanand
hasn'tbeen F.
checker club Williams. Inspector
wonder room
i a a balance-from taut report_S 124.67 S. S. D. No. S ___. .____ __ ZOO James Durrance had received the Potter t
established, but by common con- To amt. received from Tax Col. 6>7-F. J. Godwin. InspectorS. highest number of votes, declared the ,
sent the Cycle Shop is the favorite taxes $1.140.48. poll*. 1912. $1. 8 P. No.8 __ tOO same elected as trustees of District
". for playing. No one can give 1911 $3 _______--__T--- 2.144.48 688-John Padgett nuuUhn InspectorS for the next two years. The Board al.o Letter Head.Spedaly.ruled*
f place To amt. received from loan St. finding that the maximum tax levy of
a definite reason why, but it is probably Cloud Bank ______un__ 2.00000 5)t-. 8.W.D.D.No.Simmons 8 Unnh, 'clerk- 8. 2.00 three mills had received a majority of Work '

j because the men in the )shop aregenial To amt. received from_ Klsilm-______. B. n. No.5 __h________ ____._ %.00 the "votes cast declared three mills to '
mee 1.14.84 be the maximum tax levy for each of
H. M.
fellows good checker playersthemselves 640- Partln. Inspector; B.B. .
of To amt. received from transferred ____ D. NO. B _______________.__ J.OO the n.xt two y..... Color Printing -' $
-...., and have plenty room S. 8. Dlst. uun tt.OO S41-J. N. Sharp Inspector 8. There belnc no further business the
/ in the big cool shop to allow for tne 8. D. No. S huuu_____ Z.OO Board adjourned until next regular. Composition ' 11 ;
1511.19 Linotype
without .interference $ SU-J A Barclay. Inspector. B. meeting. ,
games to go on By paid warrants as per list___ 1188.74 &D. No. B __________ _____ 2.00 nr' C. BAfiS.. .

t with work.Gamea Oa All Day. Balance __________________..4119.... 64J SflD.-C. I* Band _corn_ .:_-tax---. _col... .20 W. J.Superintendent.8RAR8 _t Chairman.
e.Msea..l District N*. 1. ,, ,. .
S.-c. U Bandy, com. tax. coL .,
;t'i 4" Past the shop any time daring the To balance from last report$1111.77To S. 8. D. No. 8 _______________ l.tt Palatka.Ocala Northern Railroad. ,Nut time brine printing'to'the Valley, Gazette Office=sad ;get'f:
day and there Is always a checkergantein amtr received from tax: ooL. *.!. 146. -C, L. Bandy. com. tax: .col., W. B. Denham general manager, your .- .
W progress.Sometimes' two.and. $1114.01py'paId J4t\V.8.' D.if.No.WelchMfsCo.f'm'ap 4 .. .IT Ocala, Is reported'I' to.'bdhd.4epalrshops "Blue Ribbon-printinf.. _ .I. : .

.' sometimes three. t. . - warrants aa -:,Ibt.-; 3.07T pile Sch.' No.1,._._____I..J1. 17.00 ;'owns waterfront property and ... "-, '
'"j. who This run does the not shop signify are not that busy the men.men .Balance.. _______District________;If_*_,__a.tI 1080. 4kBehsl 847 548- No.---a.Ernest 1 0.__-_Bussa_Green_____._palntins__paintingsch.________Bch.___._ -10.00*-? for is reported docks warehouses contemplating and improving factory, -i --Kissimmee'-Vail i : Y-. Gazette<*

f You will usually find J. S. Boyd repairing 'To balance from last report -__$ til.14 No. 6K.60 I sites. .. -
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a wheel and A. H. Fennel :at To amt. received from tkx col.. 549 Emma Towell. Orad. ..
-1; his shoe bench, but the shop is roomy taxes ________u__________n 8.21 Com. ?______________u______ 8.00 ,' .'

; and the players do not bother and its t226.SG 550 Com.-Miss.___Alblna________Smith._--____-Orad.--__ 8.00
-t Jolly having: them around. As fast By paid warrants as per lI.t___ 1.S7 551-Miss Clara Ledb tter. Grad. '-
I: one quits someone else arrives Lia.ae Com. _____________n_________ 8.00
as Balance 551-W. E. Warner,
to take his place and the games SBb-BekMl; District ,Ii.-S. roof sch. No. 16-repairing 160.00
>-merrily on. To balance from last report _-I 706.71 663-W. E. Harris, part labor
; known checker players To. amt. received from tax col. sch. No. B. 8. 8. n. No. S____ 20.00
of the n titY
Some .__ _.:
. taxes nnnunun 172.8>> 654-Osceola Journal circulation .
i) in town possessing more than ordinaryskill magazine edition _____ 10000
are: E. L. Hinckley, A. W. Winn, t 879.60 6B5-J. H. Smith. bulldlnasch.unu. : .
Col. Lincoln, J. S. Boyd Key Johnson. By paid warrants as per lI.tu 344.84 666 No.W.ZZ J.--Sears_.--_,__--__---____-- 346.00 This is for YOU 6

!Ram: Howell, A. H. Fennel, H. M. Balance _--_____:__--___ ___ _1 684 66 42- uuunUhnnp duplicate No. 116.00 '
Phann, Roma Thomas, R. H. Hansen, b-Sebol. District No. 4. 667-Board Public Instruction .
Vernor Ellis\ Tom Ellis, Jim Smith, To To. balance amt. received from last from report tax col.n., '14 48.60 DeSoto__ County county line pu-

Joe Em- _____ ________ ___ pIts nnnnUhn. 91.10
Kirby Smith, A. L. Chauncey, taxes -- -- - 67709 Upon! request of "Messrs. F. W. Hill J ;
mett, Dr. Winn, 'R. L. Starling, Uncle 12025.69 C. Tlson and M 1.. Tlnrtall.: trustees I In Kissimmee .
Mutt Anderson, Henry' Beelman' and By paid warrants as per list._ 94 07 and colored for S.was 8. D.given No. Z, the Mrs. I.position. A YounK.as il e Valley 'Gazette .

J. H. Eby. Balance U. 81.62 teacher for school No. 40. and MelltaJohnaon

GOING EAST To balance 8.b---------------------from last report .._.5. 43.48To. of was the colored given school the position at Ashton.No ofteacher South' Florida's Greatest Weekly Newspaper at Oily $1.50 a Year. ,
r G. W. PERSONS amt, received from tax col action I was taken In reference tothe ,
TO BUY BIG FALL STOCK taxes : 1-29 CanningClub.. the Board "
nunu un.un. decidingto
f 44.72By leave the matter open until the next The Kissimraee Valley Gazette i is 'advocate of real democracy-the

G. Vf. Persons, wto expected to paid'warrant.' a. per list___ 11.84 meeting .. Jefferson, Bryan and Wilson kind. '
Warrants No. 72. 381. 388 and
fit.f leave last Sundayfor the eastern Balance ___--_--_________--_t S2 88SabNrhool were ordered, cancelled and warrants 492 The Valley Gazette i is the original "booster" this section, and. is doing '
markets to bay a big stock for the I ttlmtwtrl No .. Nos. 617 618. 619 and 666 were drawnIn j
Dollar Limit Store, was delayed, but To balance from last report ___S 8 26 their stead. more today in helping to develop this section of the State than any other'news- .;

_ anticipates going Jsvckjionville in paper. I is advocating good roads, better school., ore rural delivery rotates ,

'_ time to Bail for New York on nextMonday's 1 scientific' farming and clean state and county g 'vernment. It is a paper that .

with boat.the other stock to be The Place Where believes in keeping you informed about the progress of'the State. ,
Along You Get That "Royal Tailor" Look j-.. "
bought, Mr. Persons intends ordering For this reason you should (
his Christmas goods: 4r

BOTTLING WORKS MOVE. READ OUR GREAT PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY PAGE. P

this-week moved his ; OLIVER'SSuit .I
Gilbert
A.
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\ bottling works from Kissimmee to Con I READ OUR ENTERTAINING WOMAN'S PAGE. ;'

I jlaines City, and he and his family R
left Wednesday for that place to make I READ OUR PAGE. OF LATEST STATE NEWS.
their future home. Mr. Gilbert will

i J the re-establish same lines his it business was conducted there along here, I J'v j a to rium 11 GET A FULL COUNT OF ALL LOCAL HAPPENINGS. ,

,al but probably on a larger scale. p
If you don'tweIi.. the paper for yourself, get it for !the children.Did 1 r
I MISTAKE IN ADMISSION CHARGE To Thoroughly ever think what it means to to have children this '
I TO BALL GAME. MONEY g 1 you you your get ,,
:
: rMSFUNDED. 7 5 C 'CLEAN Your paper? It will. keep them informed. It will help them along the road to sue- f

\ cess.

Loughman J. Wade Ball Tucker Club, president, wishes to of state the Palm Beam Suit 0 Some of them are now through school and are at work. Think of thisas -

I I. to the public that through some mis- .- long as they were at school they were equipping their minds a* well a* their r h

understanding some of the patrons of 1 hands to do better w<$rk. Jhe best way they can keep informed after leaving t
I the Loughman-Ybor City game We don't mean a mere rubbing over with a'little gasolene, which 1'
school is to read this newspaper. It keeps them abreast with the times.
played on the local diamond last Fri- rubs the dirt in instead of out, but a good old-fashioned: washing combined _

day, were charged thirty-five cents \yith a chemical and mechanical process that positively removes : More of your fellow citizens take the Kissimmee Valley Gazette than any ;

admission instead of the usual twen- every particle of dirt and restores your suit back to its original other paper. They want to bow what M going on in the State and in this !

t ty-five cents. Mr. Tucker who says that the appearance! of and freshness. community. They get an. intelligent view of thing by reading this paper. And
1 i if any of those people paid cleanliness don't forset-
admission wish dime
thirty-five cents a ?

oftheir money back they Palace can' have We Make Your Clothing LookFreh and New If you read your earning capacity is increased .
the Drug
same by calling at
If you read your saving capacity is increased. -
store. and Save You Tailor' Bill
Toolc If you do not read you are really no factor in your community You
Oeoeral ,
Whenever You Take are '. Get acquainted with our Repair Department. .. Small repair. made knpw only tIp( silly! idle'gouip.that comes'to you by word of mouth.

The Old Standard -'.'Tasteless without extra charge. Alterations of elk kinds at reasonable prices. I Get out of,the rut, by lubscribing. today.. -now.. t'
valuable a .
chill Tonic ia equally aa 4I
General Tonic-because It contains the .
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.t.... well had BON.known tonie It sets propertlesof of the Uver; OlIVERiS' :SUITATORIUM .JMr Lleoied : 'lt for: I ''';' 'i',' ;. '
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PAGE: .... .. ... .. . :'. THE KISSIMMEE: VALLET; GAZETTE' FRIDAY. AUGUST. 7, Itl4;


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ARKANSAS DRAINAGE LAW. 'SUMMER ADVERTISING.. .'
,
; .'The Kissimmee Valley' Gazette 'NEXT DOLLAR DA Y : .

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I I Some of'the'burflnesi'njen of Tanvt
Is the St. cWc Tribune I
Following <
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$ rtTBLISngD' : EVERY: FRIDAY. OFFICB IN.. VAtLBT OAZBt't'l'Bt..Dt11LDIN; ( .. ... . '
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sa't wKI98IMMEEwOSCEOLA'COIINTYt! : FI ;au>A. 4MONDAYAUGUST view of the Arkansas Drainage-law, pa. are, so short-sighted at ,to I m t*. .
.'" : 17 which is interesting; because of .th
yr W. B.:HARRIS' ,. . .. .' ..: 'r" . ? ., - '- OwwJUBSCRIPTION I proposed"For fear St. that John's some Drainage of our District reader!e: a few instances'to discontinue, it kl.. '. ,',

t. I rI are not acquainted with the provision! together, in the summer .

{I :' RATES: On* copy. 'on. Year....__.._.______I-. _____.:...U.ll. i of this law, we will say. that it give sI .Business and financial institutions- mr '
,' ODe copy, .Is ..oath..k. __....-*....?.. TSei One copy three month-.__..-. .<. ther right to those owning: a majoritjof are very much liko the ,physical man' :'
+ J lands in any given district: regardless in some respects, especially in the,
of whether that district( comprises .. course that should be followed with
I rye All communication, except from our authorised/ "correspondent, must. t
r., I atoned by the writer. one or more counties, to lev]r them when they are sick to restore
,f'-f.;, Rejected matter will not ba returned nl".e called for. an assesment of fifty cents an acr e the lost health, and when they are
a w o --_ .=..________ __ _- ---.4- oil ALL tho1and In'tlllle dletrkt. tal H v.1'11 tu retain tlialr\ )liualllr.-
b (Entered at the PoatolTlce In KlBSlmmo. Florida, iccond-cUa matter.) and-to bond is
r 'If ._ preliminary purposes When the physical man well he
----------- -- --- --- -- '
r ALL the lands in1 that district for s doesn't take medicine, but simply
,!o "e" FRIDAY AUGUST 7-1914 tenm .thirty years to pay the cos t, makes use of ordinary precautions of
'- -4 .. of{digging drainage ditches, and the! exercise and diet, etc. But when he
__ : \\0-
I r -0'J --; further right: to snake: further provision ) i becomes conscious that his vitalityI
to levy a tax upon ALL th e: I is impaired and that sickness is upon
lands in that district until the end ol f him he begins to take the advise of
0 I time to maintain the ditches. i a physician and the medicine that he
7: The "Rough Necks" Will "The law gives the right to thos! prescribes for him. ,

I I OWNING; THE MAJORITY OF I Just so it is with your: business. It
I ACRES to appoiht the drainage commissioners '1'runs down in the and
Shot To Pieces summer
{ Now Be wantsa
I t the secretary, the treasurer
tonic and stimulant. If
I ''i 1 1t > I and the engineer, and fix the, you are.
business will
.a man
you
'" prudont consult -
\ : '. I salaries of each. the business' doctor, who is the
'
" 111 renders their mad
"
in
out stop
,t t' : THE WORKING CLASS OF ONE NATION WILL MURDER THE I I rare of moncy-mftkintr for an instant advei Using for expert,business.and get him topl'sl'rihe

I jinil (digc) "t what this law means, what your
WORKING CLASS OF ANOTHER NATION FOR THE
.,
The advertising expert will not ad-
effect it has' on the rights of the people -
BENEFIT OF KINGS AND EXPLOITERS. to f..lf-gov! <.rnntent. visct? you to let the vitality of yo. _
'j II I "Do they not see that the fundamental business run down and to reduce 8 -
I 1I
which this ''nourishment in accordance with 1
.. 'A king placed on (lie throne "by tht Hapsburg| l dynasty was assassinate I principle founded on M overridden ?government low state of health; but he will te
Kissimmee will have another DOLLAR DAY. The !firsts 1 I"
recently by a "rough neck. "00 they not see that the right ofirovrrnmen't you that it needs constitutional treat-
DOLLAR DAY in Kissimmee was a success; the second will be ment, something to arouse its. func-
and their who is taken
This greatly displeasd the Hapsburgs parasite lackeys, a;I of levying taxes,
?, "direct agents of God" govern the destines of die Austrian monarchy with it s!I : a greater success, as the people are coming to realize what \U I from the hand of t the neople -and tions to better working conditions.
means to them, the merchants will enterjnto.the spirit of the..day placed in .hu.uda.oi the few. --It Js not !good logic to reduce your
millions of exploited producers. .
I with more enthusiasm and determination "Io they not see that governmenthy advertising when your business is :
4 This dynasty demanded that Scrw'a take steps to punish those Servian sl'1 A greter the people is supplanted,! wilh government slack. Such a course will produce \
of the class the THAT YOUR DOLLAR IS WORTH MORE RIGHT HERE in still lower degree of .t 1
r indirectly connected with the **as ination one of. royal by dollars ? a vitality. What
i, Archduke Ferdinand.) Of course Servia could not do this inside of tw nty-four. i o Kissimmee than anywhere else. "In this) district asked to lie termeda you want to do with a business that
hundredsof : has slowed down for the r
drainage iitnct there are summer is ,
hours. The result is that the Hapsburg dynasty ( the tremendous "machine"which DON'T' FORGET DOLLAR DAY WILL BE BARGAIN DAY. holders of small tracts of land who to increase its nourishment and stim- :

; profits by the empne's existence) who had placed the simple minded duke are deprived I of every right to enter a ulate it to a higher state of health.

i a d", ,on the Servian throne decided to t leach the "rough necks" I lesson. i protest while dozen men ride blindly If you fail to do this the businessmay
s ss I over them and bond their propertyfor acquire the slack habit and fail <

I t, The relation between the European kings and their subject class, as I What Hearst's Great Editor thirty time years has come and then for the some.The peopleto when to raly the from dull summer its state passes of lethargy and the 'j

far the kings concerned, is best expressed in the following words : i I
as are rise and demand their rights-the season comes when it ought to be
You are good enough to do all useful work, to create all. wealth, to I Thinks About Gazette's Editorial rights bequeathed, them bv those who regaining brisknes. ;

' support as in idleness and luxury, but be carefuldon't disturb us. If you laid' ; down their...... l lives nt. Vallev Forge The Times' advertising columns are I
do you will be jailed and shot The "law" (our law) must be maintained at i -- and Yorktown."If receptacles of the most valuable .
,', aD times. Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: willing to pay for it." The Gazette this law is permitted to stand, medicine foe slack businesses; we 9 f
I then then we know' not what constitutesa have a number of busines doctors :
So in .order to maintain this excellent relation-excellent for the kings- from have the your Gazette.note enclosing Thanks clippin for thc "So says we: have rewspapers that t fight government of the people, by the who are experts in diagnosing such

the WORKNG, CLASS OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY will be marched to the front clipping, and for the very friendlyway for the railroads, because the railroads people and for the people." diseases and in prescribing for their

f, ';; a to murder and teach the SERVIAN WORKING CLASS that it is a bad bilsij in which you speak of my work ray the bills. Others defend % treatment. A telephone call will
j a: ness to disturb a king. The working class is not interested in the dispute. In I dare say there is truth in' ypur state public utility corporations becausethe JAURES.With bring one of them to see you at any
t time within few
U s.11 fact, the majority of them wont even know what the fight is about. But the ment that I am "losing my hold upon corporations pay the I bills. Again' a minutes.TampaTImes.
is others controlled advefhtilers
the pcopU"rthat to assumingthat are by large
say
J lung plays the "patriotism"racket and the workers are marched off like so many I ever had such a hold which I and all news that adversely affects Europe tottering on the vergeof

.t'.t't' irtl ,, sheep to be shot to pieces- -to maintain the Hapsburg dynasty i in its ruling very much doubt.I the...interests of these advertisers an universal assassin's war bullet Jean the Juares victim died of by a of one country but of the civilized .

! .t tlfa and exploiting position. do not think the individual: edi- is piinrir Ksed. consistent championship of the cause countries of the world.
f For their own defense not for the defense of their people, are the Hapsburg tor amounts to much. lie is at best a "The truth of the matter is that of peace. For years he had stood at Jaures was one of the few European
t fan messenger boy. mighty few newspapers are free Social- statesmen of the present daywho
precipitating war. the head of the parliamentary
agents-free to tell what they know.
I r M And the only really important work The be free in some're- ists in their protest against the mad- could ill be IIpared.-New York World. I
press may
that he do IS TO MAKE OTHER
Itjj ran of militarism and the appalling
Neither is the working class interested in the dispute now on between PEOPLE THINK.If spects, but its freedom is restricted waste ness of big armaments. He had \

; t T"-Trance. Russia; and Germany. It is not their fight. They hold no malice he does that, he is working use when corporations news or editorials that suports concerningthe it are in served as the political spokesman of

I for each other. They are all industrial serfs now and probably will remain fully whether his "personal hold" or question. the working classes in their persistent i

't, a. so after the war. They have no interests to lose regardless of how the-for fame be large or small.I "Only when the reading public pays I plea that the domestic welfare and If YOU
i believe howover, that for the full cost of publishing newspaper social progress of the nation be placed Arer
i tunes of war go. It is a fight between kings bro ght about entirely by kings. newspaper a above the of and im-
s policy revenge
work in America needs what it does will the editor regain his lost
: + themselves and for the benefit of the kings. I
; placable hatred. By the irony of fate
not seem to have. VERY POWERFUL prestige, and only then will the news-
;I Will these gentlemen of "divine right"shoulder their guns\ and go to PERSONALITY.; paper again become a worthy factor eh perished at the very hour when the

the front and fight. Not so that you could notice it. These kings consider The trouble is' that the man of I in molding public opinion and in serving brute passions of neighboring peoples BUILDING
THINKING A
seemed about to triumph OF
their hides them rifle fires the battle front. the best interests of the people." over com-
too holy to expose to at strong personality who could build upa and the of
i mon sense powers reason.
Yet in the name of patriotism they will send thousands of fathers .sons>; following, is usually a man Jackingin The Journal thinks its contemporaryis Jaures was one of the great oratorsof HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET
in error in this. It is undoubtedly
tt\ and brothers "to hell" so that the position of the rating class may be. man the lacking commercial in the instinct.commercial And the instinct true that Rome newspapers are sup- his day. In the Chamber-of\ Depu- ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I i
1 Maintained and that two kings be exalted 1 interests but ties and from the editorial chair of
c7- one or may is not one who can manage successfully ported by special they Wielded
t? j VNow: My Son let us give you a tip about war. All wan that have ever a newspaper of great circulation are the exception rather than the rule. influence L'Humanite, he his an of enormous invectiveand
by
hare been the class for ., ret for himself the opportunity Such papers, on the other hand, haveno powers AM PREPARED TO FURNISH t
l' '.... fought waged by ruling the purpose of maintaining or persuasion, by his broad human .
influence and the special interest
then ruling position or with the idea of grabbing off something that to discussion talk through such such as a that newspaper.A in the that "puts up" for them can never sympathies and intellectual force. PLANS AND ESTIMATES ,

'I I the other follow fcad. Patriotism never enters into the proposition at all. column'you are good enough to send get adequate return for the money expended Born the Ecole in good NC circumstances male Superieure, educatedat anda AT ROCK BOTTOM i

,. l Profits does. And to prove this point and to bring it nearer home we will me is extremely valuable. professor of philosophy at Toulouse' v
a. :'' put it this way: Yours very sincerely, The Gazette does, however, make a by circumstances and training belonged PRICES. '
: ARTHUR BRISBANE. moat__ sensible xuirirestion when__. it__ says:. 1
Our "patriotic" Wall street exploiters may want you to don a unif6rm I m.- n to the narrow class of intellectuals ,
i' ; and shoulder a gun sometime in the future and go-down- to Mexico to fight New July York 29th City 1914., "As an experiment for creating who regard the daily affairs of '
} thought why not give the editorial
I the world from a place apart. But
1 the peons. Not. because you have, any dispute with the peons. But because columns of the paper over to the readers his warm southern nature and .emotional W.H.ARNOLDContractor
I' these Wall street "patriots" own mines, railroads, mills and land, in Mexico THE-ANSWER" SUPPLIED.The of the paper. Why not .let every character led him into the tur-

..E ." and they want the United States government to protect their financial in- Kissimi.iee-Valley Gazette asks Tom, Dick and Harry in the commun- moil of politics and the ceaseless workof

rR .... .terest. Of course that mesas that when there U any protecting to be done- the question| : "Has the Editorial: ity write his opinion on any subject he journalism. By his physical en- and Builder,
arc the follow who is. supposed to do it. Yon don't own of the lost its Punch?! and answers the feels like expressing himself set.Ion as ergy', his unflagging moral courage 1
1 1J yon any ty plaiting off withhe he does it in decent language. The and his devotion to principle, he was KISSIMMEE, FLA.
ti' mines, railroads, or lands, but as a patriotic citizen you are supposed to talement question that 1'lrt or ordinary man's opinion is just about as recognized everywhere as a high-
r.I ::' V bey orders and fight Whenever "our" interests demand it. I mere when new pap'}rs years were ago printed I good as the editor's, and in a whole minded Socialist, determined ac- 124 Sumner St. Phone 266. f
lot of matters it is much better. cordance with his theories to better
(. Not yoar interests-but "our" interests. 'on small hand jrrs'es ard the editor t
.' All wars and the useless slaughter of useful men could be stopped inside I 'of the pi'.per was the whole staff, the I "If there is an editor who is big the condition not merely of the masses r,
I enough and brave enough to do this
I ; ,f, t, of 24 hours, if the workers would refuses to fight the wars waged by exploiting ,read priito. editorials i..1 was a because treat" power.there People wat-n't I we predict that inside of a yeartiewill -- ---- ,

; class. The time is rapidly approaching when this will be a fact instead !much else to read," etc. There was a I not only have the most interesting
a of a theory. I ,doulli) column of t Ue Gazette's 0;>''1- i editorial column in the country, but I
ion on that and the question, "Is I he will also have the largest circulation -
Hard 'There a Real Free Press?" but whygo I list in his city." BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES

Heads I' any further'! ? This matter of letting its readers
< One more of the Kissimmeo editor's edit the paper is one that The Journal
; "The great difficulty is always to open people's eyes; to touch their ,opinion, however, may be quoted: "Asan has encouraged for years and The
feelings and break their hearts is easy; the difficult thing is to break their experiment for creating thought Journal's Vox Populi department is
r"'} beads." Ruskin. why not give the editorial columns of one of the most entertaining and interesting -
-John
the to the readers of the features of the
> ; paper.Pensacola llow'Pine
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The world in which we live is ruled by the men who have hard heads. paper. Why not'let every Tom, Dick Journal. I t

} The man who has a soft heat without a hard head has never changed the .and Harry in the community write 4 1

r 'ways of the world no swayed the world with great ideas. .hill opinion j i on any subject he feels
he H UOO 000000000 OGOOC 0 ocoo .
like expressing himself so long as ,
Jf' Columbus had a hard head. He believed he could find a shorter route to The ordi- 4 4 I ..
does it in decent language.
"' ; 1 India than any sailor had yet found. He risked his life and all he had, and he 'nary man's opinion is just about as oQo FLORIDA,. TRUCK FIELDS. oQooQo f

o .' changed the map of the world. He had a hard head. I good as the editor's and lit a whole COOOCC..O..OOOO.O oQo i EVERYTHING- .

' ( ; Napoleon was another of the hard-headed men. He used to put a king lot of matters is is much better"

a throne one day and knock him off the He became such terror 'That is a good closing argument for I Sanford.-Seed Reds are being pre-
's \pn next. a I
the beginning. We hope that whoever pared for the fall of ,
++ ., '*. over. Europe that he was pictured wearing horns and a tail like the Evil' One. wrote that will soon be feeling I tomatoes, eggplants crop and cauliflower.peppers
others used to get their children to come into the house by calling, "!"/apoleonII I 'better.-Fort Myers Press. Early celery seed will be sown about TO BUILD YOUR' HOUSEWE

get you if you don't come in!I'" : ; August 1.
MAJORITY OF NEWSPAPERS ARE .
Fort Myers.-The Fort Myers Citrus -
Stephenson was another hard-headed man. He invented the steam loco I
FREE. Association has finished flow-
';\ motive. He made the first successful iron horse: that would pull a train of cars. I I1 ing well in the rear of its packing a

.:\\1,;' It is not the actors, poets, story-writers, nor singers that rule the world. I The Kissimme Valley Gazette contends house. This well is 512 feet deep witha HAVE IT
,
Y C, t'''!.They amuse and entertain us. They do lots of good. They touch our feelings that very few newspapers in the flow of 350 gallons per minute. .

Jfl. ,J. they. break our hearts, and they give us beautiful dreams and longings. country or do are express independent honest and opinions eithercan ing Clermont.-Farmers sweet potatoes and are seed busy beds plant-of We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades' of

?' l \ But the actors and poets don't give us POWERFUL IDEAS. They don'topen particularly where the interests of eggplants, peppers ar.d tomatoes. lumber-rough and dreed-Ceiling, Flooring Siding Door
B\\.' our eyes. They don't break our heads. It is the business men the inventors public utility, corporations' are at Venice.-There will be a large acreage Sash ,
Shingles Laths Window
l the explorers, the scientists the warriors and men of force, who rule stake.. of vegetable planted in this sec- and Door Frames, Mouldingof
.,,'; (the world.'' One of the reasons given is that tion during the season 1914-15 as all kinds Framing dressed and rough. Cypress: Lumber. j. ..',
I I the advertiser, and not the reader ) intend to in
t w.. ,'t They rule the world because they are practical. They have hard heads. pays the largest part of the cost: of;; acreage growers of cucumbers put, tomatoes a large and We also parry a complete line of Brick,Lime, Cement, Paints,

$ !>' They have no use for music and they don't like poetry. They are thinkers. producing a newspaper. Another I eggplants. These crops all do well in Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you -

;cc+1' \ ly,'They believe in the power of brains. THEY BELIEVE IN CASH. THEY BE-I i reason given is that where the advertising this section. for your house or barn from ererything
your ground to roof.
income is not large enough to Largo.-The West Coast Fruit Com-
l /JEVE IN WHAT THEY CAN TOUCH. TAKE HOLD OF: AND CARRY AWAY. I
pay the cost of producing the paper pany shipped a car of grapefruit July
2' .At the time he was organizing the American Steel Wire Company, Mr. John '
somebody baa to "put up" for it and 4, which was followed by two other
h' a, .f 'w, Gates wore out fifteen secretaries in twenty-Tour hours. It was a critical I'i that "Somebody is usually a corporation I' cars within ten days. The price received -

t ',ftinH ,and he knew it. He dictated letters and documents so rapidly that he ,, that wants something, and is for the fruit; was satisfactory. I Send for Free Estimate

'j :exhausted fifteen young men stenographers one after another. It takes a hard J r- I.
th bead do that. I P -
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tr< ., i A'soft heart may be a good thing. But it has always been the hard head War j ..

;X.,:4hat i ruled the world I We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimates FREE.

:!'Inthe old days of history far back it was the savage who had the most The other fellow has got something that: you want and through your newspapers Contractors Estimates on house bills

ic j nnini (tricks and Who! knew the cleverest way to swing a war club down} on j and your hirelings you play the "patriotism"racket to arouse' the un receive prompt attention.

Y ,,4' : jTtho other'' fellows head' it was the savage who had the hardest head' that was thinking people and get them to march to the battle front, and by force of ants '

jth: CHIEF. ' I you take away from the fellow what fce Ia... and wkat yon wast. You don't:

.a Three hundred years 'ago, the great man was the warrior. The ruler off I fight. You stay at home, you let the other fellow do that and afteV it is all Yellow Pine Lumber Co.

x 'j'men';in that'eri was the man who had in his head more tricks of.war and more over you enjoy the spoils. That' war in a nutshell.We .

-- ?;'f.wiJ .i -'diplomacy than .any other man. Shakespeare was liVing at that time, hope that the present war in Europe will bring about the downfall of

v"' 'I "u" ate ono,,jute*' he had lived until long after he was (dead. the barberous condition whereby one man, or one family_or one set of exploiters Phone ,195 ,Ki*.immeet. F1a... ...
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I ..r...:.'' : d! ,:."d '_ _. d :_ .. :... . HAROLD'. ( MacGRATHA 0: '' .

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la tripping Norton he had stepped U In that safe till he to 1 but gire
up r Put ; calls : am sorry mtak.; X cant
.,O.... fOU tOO WORDS ,upon her foot heavily. (, that package //i gave the maa a
, The 'publication of'*Th. Million I "She is lovely cried Florence. r' Grannia nibbled the endof Ipt and.till it i* presented Jo nw.
.' Dollar. H .tery" bee-Ins today. The "Well, I must %* on my way also" "Suposlng some one should package must' remain in yonder
l. -&torY.saoutl.1rNk.: : in'.. .thEa nZ:9.n paper--nr I.MI- said.Norton. -"I.am-a.worl. Lywiaaman -- demand that, I.open the aafe & You understand enough about 7
1yi aa arrangement with the Tan.hou.er Mist .Florence. As Jones here tire-?-" "' - >T' 1 r ... 'to-1'' a81-: that -.dial.'not
''I 1 Film company It has been Never go' any place without letting "All :you've got to do is to tell the job.' '!t waa thrun"lIpoft
the mad story poulble In this not paper onlyto, but also read to him know; not even to the corner HE' ESCAPESin to'show the receipt: siloed\ by : .I'd rive a ,hundred dollars if the
ace It each week at the Dixie the drug'store.. I am going to find your The warehouse manager e thing was out of my safe:You
'. atre. For the solution of thismystery father. Some one' was rescued. I'm .. ' l. "Got a lot of sense in that ivory it is ypur-fortune. That hain't ni, '
. Ktyen. story tlO.006 will be- going to find out whether it was the of yours. But if anything; Proved. It may be gunpowder K

CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE avaitor or Mr. Hargreave.Jones you've get to come around and .. I'm sorry but you, will, ,
CONTEST drew in a deep breath as hit BALLOON me up. What's Jt aboutt" to find I your father and bring.the
The price of 110.000 will be won eyes closed for a moment. At the "That I dare not tell you. ." "i v p
woman."or child who
by writes the the man most acceptable solution door he spoke, to the reporter. much. I'm laying; a trap and I young woman left the ware :
of the mystery, from which "What do think of thai I don't know to fall
you some one ", dabbling her eyes' with' the
the la.t two- reel of motion picture woman'" I "On James. But 'handkerchief }
your way :
'
drama will be made and the A T NIGHT
last two chapters of the story "I believe that she has told the don't send me'aome price flght! 1 lrorlder' mused Granite he'
written by Harold MacQrath. truth. She is charming." next week for this, 111 never her-from the window 5won" r.
Tanhouer Solution Film may corporation.be Bent to either the "She is. But-for all her charm and another favor." what the deuce that chap Norton
truth I cannot distrusting her. 1 I -- In reply Norton took from his
at Chicago or New York anYtime help to. The girl might have been
up to mld-nlftht, Dec. 14 have an idea. I shall call up your office et two bits of pasteboard man's daughter. 'Good Lord.
They not later must than bear that postoftlce date. mark This at the end of each day. If a day THE CONSPIRATORS. SEEKING THE MILLION them on the desk. "I knew an ass I amt! There wasn't any (
._, allow four -week .rtel'-th. first comes Without a call you will" know wanting something like this. !!" And 80 he reAChed over for
: ppearanee of the last film re- that something is wrong." DOLLARS. SURROUND THE' HOME OF MYSTERY "Ringside! cried Grannis. telephone. -

at ease chapter and three I I. published we"k. after In this the "A very good idea" Norton shook EVERY DOORWAY IS GUA DED-AU.: HOPE'SEEMS reporters ..&J'---1ucky---d.vila ciiately. -uponreceipt- 'lIt-'th...
paper. In which to submit solutions hands with every one and departed. "Id! go myself if there .wa the reporter set hU machinery.
"What a brave, pleasant. young LOST AND YET STANLEY HARGREAVE, MILLION earthly chance of a real_acrap. motion. Sometime' before dawn

determine A. board which of three of the judge many solu-will man!I" murmured Susan."I AIRE MEMBER OF THE BLACK HUNDRED, ESCAPES! make me laugh, Gran. You're know who the arch-conspira
tlon' t. mont acceplabl like him, too; and I'd like him for going, always hoping the next was; lie questioned Grannla t
The judgment of this .board a friend," said the guileless girl. < A BALLOON SOARS_ UPWARELJIQWARD THE. be a real one. But it's all and .GrannlV description- '-
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:. will be absolute and Inftl NotnIngr "It Is to have! a friend are the biggest fakirs on d
? very good pugs amazingly with that
Flor-
of literary nature will be of ,'
a NIGHT SKY. LEAVING THE ANGRY PLOTTERS BAF.
and
t considered In thn decision I nor like Mr. Norton added Jones; sod. They've got( us Hargreave. But a'call over'he -
,1 r given any preference In the selection passed out into the kitchen. All the FLED-BEATEN I SHOTS ARE FIRED-THE BAL- done to a frazzle." proved: to him conclusively that;
of the winner Of the $10000 help had been discharged: and upon his! "I you're right Well
The last two reel. which guess had not been out of the house-'
prise LOON IS PUNCTURED AN DDROPS INTO THE OCEAN
r the burden of the cook- that
will rive the most *olutlon shoulders lay on me regarding morning.
'r to the mystery, :mae::! ing till such time when he could reinstate bF dle in the same" the morrow the haJK.<
ented In the theater having thiefeature the cook. WHAT BECOMES THE MILLION DOLLARS) "At 3 o'clock this Afternoon i newspapers
It Is. practical to about an attempt to'rob
produce aa name soon an The story cot.r..- There was a stormy scene between $10,000 WILL BE PAID FOR THE BEST SOLUTION OF you to cart me up. If no one has ; Duffy warehouse. It appeared that
t ponding to the. o motion plcturr* Braine and the princess that night: why the game is up. But if police had been tipped beforehand ]'
In the newspaper coincidentally she THIS STARTLING MYSTERY. READ THIS THRILLING -
will appear "Are you in your dotage does come around and make were on the grounds in '
or a* Soon after the appearance time to t
t asked vehemently. STORY IN don't faiLtolel me knowL .
of tho picture a* practical In several notorious gunmen,. '1
i With the last twn recta will "There, there; bring your Voice "I'll be here till 1 6. I'd under pressure of the third dei'
be shown the pictureof the winner down a bit. Where's the girl?" you up then"Then vowed that
; his. or her home. and other In- her home. Where did Norton returned home they had been hired'r r
, I "In you suppose Kissimmee Valley Gazette paid by a man in a mask and had
,understood she would be, after that botch- about till afternoon. lie went the slightest Idea what he wanted '
t all practical. In printing the lam work of letting: me go to do one thm(: Riverdale. Five times he to raid. Nothing further
could
, two chapter of the tory by Harold had in mind another And the front of 1
while and down .
you gotten out of the
. McGrath, will alan show a picture gunmen. That
, of the successful contoatant an ordinary pair of cutthroats, at place, finally plucked up his y were lying' the police 'had no
Solution to tho mystery must that!" and walked to the door. After
: but they
wore
I against a'
100 word* Ion{ up 1
not Here be are more some than questions to bo "The thought came to me after you was a lucky mortal. He had wall and all they could do was
kept In mind In connection with left I knew you'd recognize the men excuse to visit this house every the men for the grand Jury.
the mystery a* an aid to a solution and understand I see no reason .whyit the week. And there was :I was in a fine temprLAfter':

fin.: t-A%....- brrome of tae didn't work" if - - '...--------- .-- _,_ _______ _ _, tantalizing in the risk he took his carefull'T.nnlng. he had. gained.-
MlllloB'Irrt. "It would have been ajl! right: you n he wanted to prove to himself absolutely nothing.. But t
. No. 2_W mmt become of the had consulted a clairvoyant" "The butler," she said "has full "What became of him" it was a passing fancy or .' ; he had gained something; the
'SI.OOO.OOO N.. _Wfcom doe Kloremoe "What the deuce do you mean by powers of attorney to act for Har "I sent 'a wireless and that seemedto I deeper. That's the way with ;; .enmity of a cunning and d..-' l'
**.rryt .. that Braine demanded roughly."I greave while absent, up to the day tl e bother him It looked to me that we never see a sign "Fresh man, who had been forced to
lo 4-\% act become of the l> mean that then you would have girl becomes pf legal age," he did not want anybody to learn that that we don't have to prove {tHe hidden under the pier till 'al,,
sic. eo..te..tNobody connected either directly learned your friend the reporter was "I'll keep an eye on our friend Jones. he had ben rescued. The moment the chatted with Florence for dawn. ;r rCHAPTERA
I or Indirectly! with "The Million to arrive upon the scene at its most From now on, day and night there boat touched the pier he lost himself: and fdun that, for all she
Dollar Mystery" wll be considered vital moment I will be a cat at the knothole and in the crowd, ifty reporters came guileless: to the world she was iv. __ T
a* a contestant "What, Norton" 'ware mouse! Could you make up anything aboard, but he was gone. And I linguist, a fine musician and The Flat on the Top, Floor e
"Yes. The trouble is with you you like this girl ?" suddenly."A could only tell them just what I'm with remarkable keenness about crawled from his uncomfort-j
,J OMS AND have been so successful all these years I fair likeness.' telling; you." i and arts. But unless ho roused hiding place. His clothes'were"
rilAITKKI
, SYNOPSIS! OP TWO. that you have !grown overconfident. 1 I "DW it. Go to that ship which "He had money?" sadness of her position and 'damp. his hat gone. By. j
, S ..lrr lI.r....."... millionaire, after tell you that there is a desperately picked up the man at sea and quiz the "About five thousand." written in her face. It was n breadth he had escaped the
. m ...... ..* fmrmmr..!frothe...... ".ow.mrm as of theHlark the shrewd man somewhere back of all captain.. Either the avaitor or Han "Please describe hint"The ficult for him to conjure up her trap laid for, him. Hargreave
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IIf.. of a re- this. Mark me, I do not believe Har greave is alive. It is importantto captain did so. It was the same in coming to the city' and alive, he had escaped;; Braine was
..!..* for .eibter.rye.r." Harsrea.e greave is dead. He is in hiding. It learn which at once. Be very care ,description he had given to all the re which like a bolt of lighning certain of this fact as he was of htS",
..* mlmmt rmtrrm Broadway restae- He have dropped know Norton looked the rail clear sky had shattered them breathing. He now knew
.. far Ikerr cores
tke rent...11'* leader, Braine.After from the balloon before it left land. how to play it. And if Hargreave i?' at the big warehouse. lessly. for the flickering light In the
tke. mmrrtlmm d.ri.aktee The man they picked up may be Orts, alive we win. Tomorrow morning, "Was it an ordinary balloon?" "You must come every day story of the warehouse.' His'
, either mmm mmmmrrmttr. the aeronaut The five thousand early. Tears of anguish and all that. "There you'vie got me. My Mar me how you have progressed, enemy had been watching him s
.a-ehis. might have been his fee for .rescuing Sailors are easy when a woman weeps. coni man says the balloon part was "I'll obey that order gladly the time. More than this liar.'
', : ; Hargreave. Here is the greatest No color, remember; just the yellow like any other balloon; but the passenger ever I can possibly do It. My ave and the meddling reporter were ,
I try. H.. writes New. Jersey a letter where to tfce elskterears srlrls'ckool .. thing we've ever ben up against; and wig and the salient features. Now, car was new business to him. will always be short. { collusion. Inthe flare,of lights at'y?
, before l ke bed myaterlo.aly left you start in with every day methods." by-by!I""Aren't It could be driven against the wind." .VThat i ill not necessary." end of the gun-play he had i
;. ... theFl.re.reUr.1'. doorstep his baby daa.h.er.lt. "Little woman, don't let your tonguerun you going to kiss me, Leo" "Driven against the wind. Did you "No," said Norton in his profile of the reporter. Here was 4
, ....... of' a He daredevil alsofays mvlmt.r.a v away with-you too far." He caught her hands. 'There is a tell this to the other chaps Too {it is wise." dangerous man .who ,r.mustbe. .
,\ te.the....1... ... saembers of his hand ...r.t "I'm not the least bit afraid of you,, species of Delilah about you Olga. Akin "Don't think I did. tfust remembered Always he found Jones with the utmost'care.,'- : c r
Mad II............. home .t .1.watefcersMtald .... ...t Leo. You need me, and it has never tonight from, your lips would snip it. Probably some new Invention him at the door always in the ., Braine had been lured to con--

jut they* areas the".11_hovae. l aT tke"-the roof. been more apparent than at this mo my locks; and I peed a clear head. I ; and now it's at the bottom.of the ."Well?" the butler an overt act and by the rarest
The safe I. freed *ss.ty.--the mlllloa ", eAt." Whether we fail or win, when this sea .Two men as I understand it. .M have' laid a. neat trap. a"I ; luck,had ,escaped with nothing-
whlek ,Hargve.Vewa.keewa to ha edrawn ,I fell by the ,wayside be 'wife" One ii the serious than cold chill and
.... Tkew aome .. "All right. game is played you shall my went off in this contraption. this balloon was one that a
mm-mmmmvrm that tko day".11 g _. had bera ...- this trip. Truthfully I realized it five He kissed: the hands and strode out eon;for good." top of this house I don't disappointment. '
taredaad .....ped to the bottom, .! minutes after the men were gone. The into the hall.. ," -, "For* g-ood'echoed' the reporter it.there were two men in it, crawled along. the top olt.bi:, ,
**. era..... arrives" "from the .....a.- "1 1Fa. only clever'\ing I did was to keep! The'woman .gazed down a her small gravely., Gone for good.indeed poor them lies at the bottom of the listening,",sending his dark-ac-
..b._L eo PriBeeas oa... llralsie's esrpan. the mask on my face. They 'can t" white' hands and smiled tenderly. (The devil! Norton took out a roll of bills "And the man found fit The glance hither'and thither.
. visits .... elalaas to be a relative. come back at me. Mut the thing tigress has her tender moments.!) He "There's two bundred in this roll." voice was tense. sky in the east was growing paler-
Tw. boaoM detertlves rail. bet looked and it would have meant itt! I paler.'In and the bales.
foiled hy Nortoa.; a ....w.t .- so easy; "Well ?" eaid"the "It was not Hargreave. out among _
Is captain
{ Their paper.a.t rs.Copyright.- worked but for Norton's appearance. She went into her dressing. room astonished."It's vastly but once, and as he wore a wool, bags of coffee and lemqn .
"You all but compromised me. That and for an hour or mere worked over the captain's description did he slowly .nd cautiously,
; ( : 1914: By Harold MacOrath) butler worries me a little" Her expression -' her face and hair, till she wa ertal.\ yours if you will do me a with my recollection." his way. A watchman pa v
lost its anger and grew that if the captain of the ship described small favor." 'Thank God! But what the office side of the ware
; CHAPTER IlL thoughtful. "lie's always about, her to any one else he could "If it doesn't, get me mixed up with tram?" and Braine found ,it possible'y '
Warehouse. somewhere. Do you thing Hargreavetook not fall to gv( a fair description of the police. I'm only captain of a "I propose to find out by it I around the :Other way thence) y
The Safe In the Lonely him into his confidence ?" Florence Hargreave.But tramp; and some of the harbor police back of all this, who liar, the street After' that he
The. princess did not remain long "Can't'' tell. He's been watched Norton reached the captal.i have taken a dislike to me. What do enemies are." up, sought a .second hand"
after the departure of the police with straight for forty hours. He hasn't ( first. Other reporters had besiegedhim you want me to do?" Norton returned to his and purchased a soft hat,"which '
the bogus detectives. It had been a mailed a letter or telephoned to any but they had succeeded in gathering "The police will not bother you. This to await the call from pulled down over his eyes. '
difficult corner to wriggle out of, place but the grocery. There have the vaguest kind of information. man Hargreave had some enemies; was sorry, but if Jones would had half a dozen rooms which 1
all very because Braine had added to. his been no telegrams. Some one in that They had no description of Hargreave, they want either his life or his money; him Into his fullest I always kept in readiness for such
after she had left the apart- house knows where the money is, and. write Norton had.: '' Before going downto maybe both. It is a peculiar cane, must hold himself to blame as this. He rented them
ment.plans But for the advent of the meddling it's ten to one that {it will be the girl. the boat, however, hi had delved with Russia in the background. He blunder he (Norton) made. Of in small hotels which never
reporter the coup would have 'She looks enough like Katrina to into the past of the Princess Olga might have laid the whole business he could readily understand )1' questions of their patronsTo *>
; succeeded: herself apparently perfectly be her ghost. Pengoff. It cost him a pocketful of before the police, but he chose to fight gle of vision. He knew nothing of the. he went aa fast as his -
innocent of complicity. That Braine went over to the Window and money but the end j.Mtined the means it out himself. An to tell the truth, general run of reporters; he had legs could carry him. lie al
i must be the keynote of all her plans! ; I stared up at the stars. -* < .The prince had. no pint worth mentioning I don't believe the police would have of them by rumor and distrusted carried the key. Once in his
to quite innocent and leave noC "You have made a good impressionon By piecing this and that together done arty good." Me was not aware of the fact hedonned freph, -wearing app i
a trail appear behind her. She had gamed the' the !girl?" with his back still toward I he became assured that she had "Heave her over; what do you want average reporter carries more linen; shoes, and shaved., Then
confidence of Florence and her com- her. told 1 tho simple truth feftardii.fi tho me to do for that. handsome roll of in his head than a prime proceeded downstairs. the second t
panion. And she was rather certain "I had her in ''my arms.' I relationship to F'oroif'g: mother. A money?" *. was, then, up W him to set hat still shading his eyes and the. .
that she had impreseed this lazy-eyed "Olga, my hat is off to you" turning I 1 cablegram had given him all the facts' "If any man or woman who is nota allay this distrust and gain the part of his faQ _",
( ,/ and the stolid butler. She now that his face was again in re i.i her history; there wen no traps 01 reporter comes to pump you tell complete, confidence. half past 12 Norton entered the .
had reporter told nothing but the truth regard- pose. "Your very frankne811'ngardmg discrepancies. It read clear anti frank. them the man went ashore with a Meanwhile that same : cafe-restaurant, 'and t1-
ing her relationship. They would find your relationship wil pull the wool "II'uPa Russian at-et; spent to know packet under his arm." 'pretty young woman boarded first personhe noticed was Bra lne.<
that out. She was Katrina Pushkin's over their eyes. Of course. they'll \\imt he was talking about. "Tie a knot in that. lent and asked to be led to I Itain. the morning's paper propped
:i: cousin. But blood with her counted make inquiries and they'll find out So Norton's suspic!.uifand he had "Say that the man was gray haired, Her eyes were red; against the. water carafe. -"Evi
naught. She had room in Mr heart that you haven't lied. It's perfect. entertained! some-weft) completely clean shaven straight with a scar evidently been weeping. I he had pu.t'ordered. for there \ ,r
but as two things Braino and'moneyto Not even that newspaper weazel will 1 tilled to sleep. And he wouldn't have high up on his forehead generally. captain, susceptible like all nothing on his plate. Norton
i tor her caprices. see anything wrong. Toward you they ';doubted her at all except for tin fnct covered up by"his ha"ir." saw her his promises to over and laid his I hand ,VI ,
spend on known will eventually' ease up and you can that Braine had been with her when "That's battered down my lad. Goon winsrs.: .' '.sho ]der. _Tba-.gloat. '"'
,t "How long"has your the highness, idly, act without their even dreaming your h ly had introduced ilarirreave. Har- I ." "This is Captain I1al'an' with mild curiosity. v:
Mr. Braine asked all reporter\ of his i part in the business. We must note greave had feared Braine; that much "Say that you saw him enter yonder asked balling/ the Norton ait down sit dowel ,
as he smoothad away signs > seen in public any more. The butler the reporter had elicited from the h.t-f! r warehouse and later. depart without held in her hand. '! you had lunch No? Join {
recent conflict. may know where I stand even ler. But there 'jrnn't the slightest his packet. "Yes, miss. What can I do for A
"0, the bettor part of a year.: Mr. ; though he cannot prove it. Perhaps evidence. Braine had been in New I "Easy as dropping my miidhook":" He put his hands .. Came in for my break
Hargreave did not recognize. me the you've long since guessed it. Katrina Ytrk for nearly six yearn The "That's all." Norton' gave the cap his pockets-and felt the crisp ," said Norton drawing out the ; Mj
other night That was quite excusable was mine till' Hargreave-never mind cola had arrived In. the city for when he last saw "me I was what his name was then-till Har- gone. And Braine \'a' :t thank..'* have forgotten his lines. He l to the wall on the lounge-seat. r
not more than 12. My child she said greave came into the fold. So sure several fashionable clubs never I "Don't mention it." hill shoulders."I wonder if you newspaper men i f
. t V to Florence "build n: hopes regarding of her was I that I used her as a lure touched cards, and seldom drank. Ho Norton left the slip and proceededto have every assurance eat a real itrue enough breakr\
'1 4 your mother. She is doubtless to bring him to us. She fell in love was an expert chess player and a won I the office of the warehouse.! He man you picked up at sea is my I'should think the hours you ;
dead. Upon some trivial matter-I do with him but too late to warn him. derful amateur biUiardist. Perhaps approached the manager's desk. I am Florence Hargreave. would kill you oft. Anything h
not know what it was-she was con- I: had the satisfaction of seeing him Jones, the tactiturn and Inscrutable, Hello. Grarmls old top'" everything. on the Hargreave story?" '
fined to the fortress That was seven- asti' her aside, purse: her, ,and leave had not told his all he knew regarding The man looked up from his work.' The captain's very not handling that,", the re (
teen years ago. When you enter the her. In one thing she fooled us all. his master's past. Well well he had lurlily. Then his face brightened. I'I ceived her. lied cheerfully. "Didn't. want ',
fort less at St. Petersburg you cease I never knew of the child till you told in his time untangled worse snarls. "Norton? What's' brought you "And then he hustled I knew him rather intimately. I've
to be." me." The office had turned him loose, a freelance 'nere? O yes; that balloon Business. gangplank and headed for that of dead people, and don't;
"That is true enough." He paused to light/ a cigarette, to handle the case as he saw' Sit down"What." ,!I house. He bad a package to be called upon to Identify the ,,
"I did not recall myself .to. your "Hargreave was madly in love with fit., to turn in the story when it was kind of a man is the captain I'''I was as tender of as if it had when they find it" "r
father. I did not care at that moment her. He cursed her, but he came backto .compl te. 01. that old hooker in the slip?" I namite." -you think they will find It!" ..:.
shock his with the remerbr, e of the house to forgive her, to find .But what a story it was going to be "Shifty in gun running but otherwise I "Thank you!I" impulsively. ,know. It's a strange mlxup. : t
to
the Is not Mr. Braine a remark- that she had been seized by the secret when he cleared it upl! The more mystifying -I as square as a die. Looks funny ,I "A man has to do Us duty, not on the story mind you; but,I PP
able past. ," All this in her charming police and entombed in the fortress., I it was, the greater the zest and I to: see an old tub like that fixed up ;: A sailor's always glad to rescue in the locality of Duffy's: Ware
'broken mAn English."He had my revenge. It was I who sent sport for him. Norton was like a with wireless but that,has saved his''I at sea awkwardlyWhe'n .. late ,last night and jell. Intqar
who for big stakes, neck dozen times ", hen-be funning she finally went "
is indeed," affirmed Norton. in the information, practically bogus. gambler played a was rumpus. t.
"He's superb, linguist knows every Jut in Russia they never question; and only big stakes stirred his crav- It into a noose. Not going to gang-plank the sigh the ., I read about that Wljat'were' ,
a has traveled everywhere. No they act and forget. So he 'had a ings. '_ nterviewme, are you?" beaved was almost'a.. loud as ?" '
body-and what subject yon bring; up he laughter!" The eapaim of the tramp steamer "No I'm going to ask. you to done liaust from the donkey engine Yon a got me .there .No ;I one
matter well. informed." He began pacing the floor, his haad Orient told him the same tale' he had a little favor." were working out the! crates. of to know. Some 'cock and bull
aeema"Come often. urged Florence, behind nia> back; and the woman told'the other reporters he 'had ""heT.al1'I say that, But from the bold. aboutthere being. something ,
child.,And any time you ratched him oscillating }between love picked up a man at sea. The man bad her out. It it doesn't cost !nee my job, "Maybe she"li his ., There waav*:' '.
: need"I shall calf my tot me. After all. I amt and fear. He came to a halt abruptlyand been brought aboard. totally exhausted. . it'. yo un... ' two hundred .. two hundred. ....,- was. dtt The."POI'tin.th!! {
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me." aunt You will find life inc looked down at her. "Well l, tbere win be persons making a poor aailorman. doee not say.-- : .-.1ii; r
ne.ariJ"JJOur-far-different from that which "Don't"worry:, You haTe no rival. "Was .. there another/, .body. .any nqniries- 'about-::the' mysteriousaero; Then Grannis came in tor"bin I thousand bags et coRee.' 9r't, "
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''c t. Society Notes $ : l I FOR MATURE YEARS. I''I'Big Dixie Specialill Friday; ThoM of GIRLS'Windsor TIES.Silk In the o toooooo..O..O"O"O'Miss Ola CAMPBELL., ',J: I


Campbell left
I College Color Will Be Popular Wednesday
[. Dark Blue Serge Tailored Suit No Extra ChargeThe for Tyson Creek to teach ichooL.

. Suitable Foe Eld.rl)! Wa"a"I . We e edlsjua!
(1Nrithf'etteltaTrteE1ftm----- : L TV "--- *- JiBJd.ma.iiurschool.
.t.. didn't open Monday. AIL the children
fourth episode of the "Million are very anxious for school to begin

Ii Request U made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to **od item Dollar Mystery, which will be shownin Mr. B. R. Garrett is having mme s

{ .:r ": of for these column j' two reels at the Dixie Theatre tonight land cleared. Campbell Is improving
society event to the Editor publication IB H. (Friday) includes some of the right along.

1 : .. most dramatic action in this wonderful Mr. John Y. Morrison has accepted

i M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 111 n i n 1111111111 till picture. Those who have followedthe his position again after a few weeks!
1 ,, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U n .
picture to date pronounce it to be vacation.Mr.
1I rl' Moonlight Excursion. -I I II the finest continued story ever filmed, W. Q. Buroughs 'and family

J The moonligh't excursion given b:y r o II every reel 1 having thrills eneugh in it were visitors here Sunday.

:"; the ladies of the Catholic church wi S CHURCH .NOTICES. I to elicit big .applause from audiences Mrs. Elma Sharp and daughter is

I a decided success. A large crown ei- : I at the theatre. That in itself speaks r visiting. her mother, Mrs. Susan

.",. .joyed the ride. OOOUOOUOOOOUoAT for the powerful dramatic force of c Campbell.

p .), S THE BAPTIST CHURCH. : the story. Moving picture audiences fXp : Mrs. Aaron Reaves and son left,,

Baptist Ladies to Meet. : tire so accustomed to thrilling scenes Wednesday for Athens, Ga., where
Sunday school at 9:45: a. m., N. C
she will VIsit
The social meeting of the Ladie,8 that the "action" in a picture must friends and relatives
Bryan, superintendent. C. A. Car
Aid Society of the Baptist churc h .mieed be "intense" to make people Misses Bessie Garrett and Earnes-
has
son returned and will teach hi
'
:'.
t reclaim aloud and bring them to their tine Brown spent Thursday night in
will meet at the home of Mrs. F. F' great Bible class. Every member i ii,
Cummins on Monday, August 10, al L urged to )Ie present. Over fifty mem.herA A. feet in a burst of applause. That is Kissimmee with Miss Abbie HaralL.-

8:30 p. m.Meeting. are in this. class alone. what the "Million Dollar Mystery"h.es. attending the social at Mrs. Winn'sT

i S e .
The pastor will preach at 11 a. m ,
Sisters.. The element of mystery is so clev-
of Pythian -
from the text: "He that is not will
:Mrs. S. L. Lupfer will entertain th c me, is agjiinst me, and he that gathereth .ily kept up throughout in the story MAKES BACKACHE

i Pythian Sisters at her home, Wednesday not with me, scattereth." "" and picture that many are eagerly"devouring" ,
,,; from 3:30 to r :3 0, At the both with a view of trying \
August 19, : >: night pastor will Breach on
:; p. m. "The Power of Habit. Everyone is I (<>, the 10000 cash prize offer to be QUICKLY DISAPPEARA
I invited. given for the best solution of this mys .

*. 1- r (4lT T Mr Paulk Entertains The new and elegant: fans are now tery.The '

; Mr e. Lane Paulk entertained the installed, no the house will be made I I Valley Gazette is running the Few Dose Relieve All Such Miseries. .
members of her Sunday ,nchool HUM comfortable., Tht .services will be I lt) i ih Mory as the picture appears at the ya Bladder Weakness, Kidney

yr. Wednesday afternoon at her: home on short. Last Sunday morning! the entire Dixie. Many of the incidents of thePll.ture Trouble and Itheuma,

Moll>ctte street." service was just .r>0 minutes.EVERYBODY'S are more thoroughly under- hem Promptly Vanish.It .
stood by reading the story, and in addition -
F i Games were enjoyed on the lawn
MEETING.Laymen's has the of
pleasure -
one pursuing
and delicious refreshments of punch, I
will be held one of the cleverest narratives is no longer for
cake and sandwiches were nerved.e meeting as i \L PLAID WINDSOR TIB. necessary any
ec usual at :3 o'clock Sunday afternoonit I ever written by the popular Harold one to suffer with backaching. kid-
-M aid Windsor ties knotted under
silk
Shakespeare Club. the Pastime theater and thetak<, ', :McGrath. ney trouble, have disagreeable bladderand
this method of inviting the ladies to 1 1I Besides the "Million Dollar Mystery" a roll collar of white pique nre urinary disorders to contend withor

The Shakespeare club was delightfully attend this meting believing that it reels shown tonight, the bill includes striking and please the fancy of the be tortured with rheumatism, stiff

entertained Tuesday afternoon will be of mutual benefit to all. as i I "Love and Bullets" a Keystone .school or l'oJlejrP'irl They harmo- joints and its heart-wrenching pains

h ,' by Miss Elizabeth Aultmun at her matters of vital importance to the good ;, II comedy: and "The Weaker Strain," a nize admirably with the semi-tailored for the new discovery, Croxone, quickly -,

home Delicious on Broadway.refreshments of punch hf' the community will be discussed. I \ I two-reef Reliance military drama. Six gowns which are suitable for classroom and surely relieves all such troubles.
When somethingthat
Everybody cordially nvited. reels in all."Keystone. wear. seeking Croxone is the most wonderful
a ank cake were served. We have a great work I before us.lear I Fatty," Mabel Normandand will boa chic and appreciated ad- yet devised for ridding the remedy -
1 Those present were. Mrs. Prentis,, dition to the college girl's. wardrobe system -
a :
friends. This is your opportunity other Keystone stars as well as of uric acid and out
all
Mrs. F. C. Bryan Mrs. Hoice, Miss of wind- driving
the the
do not forget utility
e r in
Will
you not embrace it by' corning the Police Force appear "Lovgand the poisonous impurities which
Mrs. Kribbs, Mrs. Earl Lupfer tie. Chose it of the school college cause
S Bay and bringing one or more friends with I, Bullets." sor or such troubles. It is entirely different
and Mrs. Aultman.
colors.
In e e you ? The Dixie management: announce from all other remedies. It is not like
t Woodman Social. Some' good music has been arranged -- w I that only the regular 10 cents admission -- -- - anything else ever used for the pur-
und a profitable hour will i will be charged the big Friday A. E. GODWiN: DIES AT It
The Woodmen's regular monthly pas away MODISH BKUGB SUIT at pose. acts on the principle of cleaning -
uickly. "Come let us reason togeth'-' night: HOME IPOLK: COl'NTY out the poisons and removing the
6, in show.Census
held evening
J' social was Tuesday f'r, sayeth the Ix>rd." Of dark blue serge in the latest )I .. T __ cause.
the lodge hall. It was a very enjoyable I 1 Friends in Ki..immee have* just
y; We are depending the good in with what 1 I It soaks
upon model! nnd perfect accord right in through the walls
occasion, and a large: number of I learned) that A. E. Godwin; I ,
u people of KiKKimmee, to help, aid and I should I In a pionerIrecident
the middle aged woman wear Agent membranes and linings like water
ina
:
and children
their
1 Woodmen and wives of chic section of the sthte/ ,
assist this worthy cause. Let us be i is this tailored suit, with its suggestion [ sponge, neutralizes, dissolve's, and
e' were present. Idled, last at his home I
was charm- bout your Master's business. I of a' cape. Good taste is exemplified Kissimmee AfterFinancial Friday night makes the kidneys sift out and filter
The followinlprogram
Hammock the Kissimmeeriver
t : near Ray on
W. -JONES, Chairman.
Instrumental duet rather than extremes of style i, I away, all the uric acid and poisons
I ingly rendered: I lirath was due to a .trnko, of I
: I -
hat of black straw banded with from the 1 blood und ]
and Ceril Hnskins -a leaves the kidneysand
'r- a Muses Ruby 1'revatt AT THE METHODIST' CIIUKCH. Data.I nnralvM" IIIII''m'nl'n" in Fort
Scottish taffeta ribbon and boasting a clusterof urinary organs clean, strong
"The Little ,
+ reading, Meade
1 ; Dr. J. E Wilson, editor of the Florida uncurled ostrich. healthy and
s a Martyrs," Miss Rose O' err)'; instrumental Christian Advocate, will occupy -.- I :Mr., Godwin; came to Florida manyyears It well.not
mutters how
.. y, a solo, Miss Cecil Habkins" ; reading the Methodist pulpit next Sunday ago and twenty years ago set long you havesuffered
THE TIME Of TROl'IH.E.Cont V Special agent W. 1). Holland of the I how old you are, or what
1 q Miss Abilene Prcvatt; vocal solo, morning aryl 1 evening. Dr. Wilson is tied on hi1-, present/ property justacros
"United States C'nsu.I..partment\ I, ,you have used, the principle of
Miss Mona Stubbn; reading "My Papa the folk count 'iiir. !Ii"! very
ti a strong preacher, and it is hoped ( rihuted.) :
in Kissimmee several days last Croxonc is that it
is
: was such practically f/
r
is a Woodman, Miss Lois Overstreet; that will hear the Doctor raised his fUIIh'r., <- IIn.j .is
; : good audiences If the present in Europe is the :j research work for the de I
1 a dramatic reading from Macbeth. preach. war week doing I I \viil 'y known : h"l'r.h.: thisfvtKin' impossible to take it into..the human
j Miss Mona Stubbs. beginning of the terrible time of i l partment. Mr. Hollond is collecting : At the time of his death he was considered system without results. There is nothing -

'f t Delicious refreshments of punch, trouble spoken of by the Prophet Dan financial data on the wealth debt and one of the wealthiest land and I else on earth like it. It starts to
I
-1 r t cake and sherbet were served. taxation in counties and cities, mc1ud-1 cattle iii this work the minute you take it and relieves -
orange TAFFETA AND TOWELING. iel and the Lord Jesus all Bible stud- owners vicinity.Mr.
of and ,, the
s r/ i I ing every town 2,500 \ Godwin left you first time you use it.
I wife four
Calhoun Shiver. o ents should know it that their faith in every county seat in the state and this Marion Eb a sons If you suffer with pains in your
and f
I Riley Ap, and
i Friends in Kissimmee will be interested (_re's f Striking Combination of Material God's word might be made stronger. I data will be compiled with that from daughters: Mrs. C. M. Hart and Mrs.two back and sides or have any signs of

'_ to know that through the St. In Smart Afternoon Frock. Also,' 'The Time of Trouble," whethernow the other states in the union and sent DeWilton Alderman. They reside in kidney bladder troubles, or rheuma-

t' Petersburg Times Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tbe oddest combinations of fabricsare being introduced by out by the" Census Department to any- Osceola and Polk counties. I tism, such as puffy swellings under
Europe'sgreat
:\ ,tit Newton Calhoun of that city have announced sanctioned 'this season. One of war or not, should be a subject one who cares to ask for it. the eyes or in the feet and anklet, if

the engagement of their these -Is cleverly carried out In the of the deepest interest to all intelli- Mr. Holland's route from Kissimmee KIDS PLAY TIE GAME you are nervous, tired, and run down,
r was to the West coast, includingall or bothered with disorders
daughter, Miss Margaret, to Paul of the of embroidered tow. the world urinary
case gown gent people trver. ON ST.
Shiver of Bradentown. The the towns of more than 2,500 be- CLOUD DIAMOND. Croxone will quickly relieve, you of
Launcelot cling 'and white willow! taffeta TheTfEove subject will be discussed
'
pussy -
tween this point and Tampa. From your misery. You dan original
secure an
in the fall.
to take place
wedding from Bible J B. The Kissimmee
a standpoint by McG. Cubs went to St.
and St. he package of Croxone
Tampa Petersburg ex- at trifling
Doth the bride to be and her Dance D. M. Cloud
V. Sunday August 9, 8 o'clockp Wednesday play ball. Their
The ,..4IIIIA. pected to go to Key West, thencq up cost from any, first-class druggist.
well known in Kissimmee.
are : at the
r m., court house in Kissim opponents were the St. Cloud Kids. A
the-East coast to Daytona. The section ,All druggists authorized to
are
Calhoun family formerly resided here, --- t personally .
I lively game was reported'wjth tie
mee.The above Daytona and the western a return the purchase price If it-
in the shoe business
Mr. Calhoun being
lecture is Biblical 'at every score of 8 to 8. The Cubs' batterieswere '
of state has ben canvassed. fails in .
the a single
part case.
moved to Macon,
J ; Later they point strictly unsectarian and intensely While in Kissimmee Mr. Holland I Roy Lesley and Roscoe Robinson.
t K Ga. Miss Calhoun has since visited : interesting. D. G. Wagner and!! J. L. Overstreet
visited the office of the Valley Gazette I Miss Anna Barrows was recently
here and hasmany friends. Mr. Absolutely free to those who hear. accompanied the
home boys to St.
M delighted elected '
and himself of the American
of xpres8.ed as secretary
,fit ,'t Shiver is a popular young druggist Cloud.
r S Bradentown. C-y4fi4'4fi4-0'444 r''r?++.G'OC't with this section of Florida. j i I Household Economics Association.
oo He said he considered it much more ,

.-. e :UO"'OOO'OOOooUOOOooOooo: WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING. o desirable than the north and west arm I -- -

1 I"f t 0 0 of the state. "And found it much cooler
lQs
;. o UNION. CENTER. 4e +F ' ,1 <- oo.oOOOOOOOOOOO here. I .
o
: O..OOOOOOO..O..OOO OOoOO Antoinette Deda of Astoria, N. Y.,

Mr. Claude Barber has been visiting has shaping patented/ buttons.a machine for drillingand UNCLAIMED LITTERS "The Prescription Drug Store"Make '

;t at Gotha for several days. .

a Mrs. Funk and her Sunday schools I Quen Wilhelmina personally investi AT THE POSTOFFICEMrs. J
creek last Friday.
4r" class went to Boggy gated the living conditions of the
They enjoyed playing games and I workmen in Amsterdam.

awiming, but best of all was the picnic ,f I. Harriet Bronson, Mrs. Lugene I

't dinner, which the Union Center In Norway women are allowed to sit Bronnon, Robert Day, Willie

qk ladies certainly know how to prepare. I in parliament, but not to become members M. M. Freeman, Alex. Gordon,Davis'l

This Sunshine class is well named for, of the governments O. 0- Harrison ((3)), Miss .

,r '... rain or shine, they may be found in i vqr, I e o martin, Miss Bertha Marshall, Mrs. R.

their places on Sunday morning, each I President Wilson has appointed Mathis, Robert Montsdeoca, Mrs. A. This Store Your

i" one anxious to tell what he" or she 'Mrs. Grace B. Caukin a receiver of T. Morris, Ed. A. Morris, Mrs. Mary .

knows about the lesson. I public moneys at San Francisco. Northern, Frank Prince, Mrs. Maria t
3-,. n C. M. Smith and family and Ira and a Rodgers, Miss Seary Stephens, Johny

'S Nellie Wetherbee were entertained at I Female policewotnen in.Denmark receive Teals, Miss Laura Thompson, Will

t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee $300 a' year*more than men Wilson. B.. B, SIMPSON, Resting Place While Shopping (
} last Friday afternoon and evening. I when they first enter the service. Postmaster.

; f Everyone enjoyed the splendid supper I S -

)' K' 1 served by the hosteea.f j Just to please her husband Mme. Long kimono sieves, tapering to the \Vhen and

I Mrs. McKee and daughter Miss Ella, Poincare, wife of the president of wrist, are as popular as ever. new.. wllh ogne pf our weary cool deliciousodrinkaCThcy are right
I made for
with Mrs. Jeff Barber. and
pent Sunday France, spends $20,000 a year on wilt IInd thl.. airy add cQmtorl and 1I'00d ch"er to
Mine Barber visited with dress. .- -------- a. you like. large .tore cool and pleasant.Come and.tayau.long
'Miss JanetUbLawson on Sunday. e e e 'n .
"Stork failed to announce DR. J. C, DAVISthe I We are proud ot the many goods .
Our Reporter" Since the death of Harriet Quimby by a man who ..... la.t tae drinks we .erve. They are prepared
that a fine baby girl had come the only professional airwoman in the to Rive them the proper flavor and right praporUo. a' .yr... add 'nolt.
to make Un-wme with Mr. and Mrs. 1 United States now is Miss Blanche S. well knownOptometrist I Jfu. erford tlelth'. ('rushed Fralte-wtt1r'--seat. We use Ice only cream the and famous drInk.J.,

s Henry Clay about two weeks ago. SILK AMD COTTON OOBTU1OLbown Scott. 1 money These fruit.can buy.are positively guaranteed to be pure and are the beet
y'" t Mrs. Nellie Wetherbee is going to I S e

t teach East Lake school this year. Mr. here. There Is a double tunic Rev. Emma E. Bailey is the only I selected We also stock' serve, Welsh': Grape<< Julre. This Juice Is extracted from

:' Litle, who taught there last year will fleet, one of embroidered toweling be- I woman minister. in the Universalist of tills tr..ahlnJl' K healthful and anent grapes being used in the. preparation -
Fr \ teach at Union Center. ng worn over a tunic of the taffeta. church has returned to his home office a8)' 'Velch.-.ou will drink. Next time you order a drink
y I Pennsylvania. She has been never regret!: your wise choice.
Mr. Ben Barber visited 'in Kissim- The,slclrt la slightly' caught up. .engaged in pastoral work for thirty-

i I h" f w; mee Saturday and Sunday. I 1 five years. I PARK HOTEL I Genuine Coca-Cola
i4 ;\; Mr. and Mrs. Funk and Miss Blanche I e ,
Lawson spent Sunday at the C. M. BILLY MAKINSON Fourteen-year-old Mildred where he will test eyes free and sell''' rine ot :I
:c IN N. Y. Baker is' the establlahed this
I for
iJ glasses few
) Smith }hme. conceded to be the brightest public a weeks. Headache I i prnducts and when you dIrUlrKar8: of SVoVionly genuine
,: STUDYING
try ),W Mr. and Mrs. Hughey and Mrs. Sam SALESMANSHIP 'school girl -in New York City, having:' I cured with glasses 'j ot th..g/sting re' fs hire's thl' Itout genuine veer' No substitution of any kind I" you allowed.are certain Then

t den called on Mrs. Haye Sunday af- Billy Makinson, of the Makinson I secured 990 for a general average out Work Guaranteed and Prices Rt'u.l drunks Just a. healthful and and Just Harris'RIO I.Itbia .I..r Ale. and many other
Itood. This
.' : ternoon. Hardware Co.,_ left Wednesday night of a possible 1,000 points. I onable. morn\OU nn all day a'rvl".. lI..r... )OU will fountain la d..III'Ded 10
; Mrs. Munn is quite ill again. Her for New York and )InK. noon and nllCht. It'a the toontaln form n. chili
City in
points the - - -._ .. dren I' Qmr't and women and
Ir -- =: courll'oua
- attention
Wish her -- - -- .-- -- I to the children
fw ,. friends a speedy recovery. 1 New England ,States, for a three : =
Mr.- and Mrs: Lawson entertained I weeks business and --,.. -
pleasure trip. -
THE COLLEGE -
t the Christian Endeavorers and their I While In New York Mr. Makinson FOR WOMEN of Stetson University; I The "Progcrlptlon.Drujt Store" 1. headQuarferi
for
friends last Thursday night. Games will
take a two weeks course in Yale offers
It 'were played until a late hour when I Lock Company school studying the unparalleled advantages I in many departmentsand .

;, everyone departed saying they had construction and salesmanship ofi.locks The Graduate Sdh<><>1' Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts POINSETTIA ICE

enjoyed "every minute." About 86 included in the school's Sclellces. CREAMvss

W were present course. With the knowledge thus regular ob- The College of Liberal Arts. Standards the same as those of leading other Thl.acte cream!'" yoU I.try Its It fs patace known from pure

d''s Mr.'Joe 'Harvey writes his mother tained he will be able to instal and fit women's colleges of the counti'y. The smile. tollow. the spoon... a. the tried
.
** k;;-.':that; he expect*.to leave Mount Aairy, the most complicated kind of !locks I The Teachera' Colle&e. Practical training under excellent instructors. XI..lmm"
; Georgia, this week, for West Virgin- 'and as a member of the sales forceof Sucoess1ul tea hlng.alumni. peopl. not only pral.e It but eat It. Why not you'

; ;eta, where he will probably. remain until the Mtkinson store he will thus increase The School of Music. Large faculty of artists. Sple'ndid -
r- 'November.'-. the importance of the com j phere and several-rnualcal organizations under direction of Music &cut A..c AttKCfWit.

'I ? Mrs. Myrtle LIghtsey and Miss Irene pany's eitablishment. The School of Fine Art. One of the leading artists of the country in IIOIltIS'

r Hilliard called on' Mrs. Smith and charge of the wor1l: Fine .tudI08. Musuem of Fine Arts. : .

i j_ Ka: !Erelyn: last Thursday. v Among the seventy-seven employes The School ;of Houieh 1d Economics. Regular Course. Fine Teachers, nOUISITJ FAMOUS
Sunday FiDe dormitories under careful 1
,+- J-Mrft Uoyd Harvey spent Pinnsylvaniarailroad wllCLn:.. managements. Separate *yn"lum- Fine CANDIES ' -
$ , ;rlwth home fot( i., He net rned to Or- tired on pension April of this year 4 nnU court. Nearby facilities for swimming and bOating. KNEOIES 'to'

'4 ,d'l' ne \\.Jall.clo.J4onda-? ,' was one woman, Josephine Miller, who FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 25.. -. P..... J

r ...,,:.., .f. f.: !. Loeko his aunt,.lira. Geo., has been employed f' at Lancaster for'the Send for. catalog. and announcements, Join B. Stetson University De'Lit. u.rraaPAlmsrnurrrow Dana-rroRH.VS.: ... Del- :-:
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Yi j THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE J .

'(T.l.phon.No.lL) dren'Mr.moved and Mrs.to Haines C. A. Gilbert City'Wednesday and chit W.Superintendent Aafaton was la .the f County dty several:Roads days, O. C.BMcGAU6HEN; BUYS KISSIMMEE-GUN ,CLUB- '

t Published Every Friday By where! they will reside in the future. this week. ,Mr.'Aihton baa a crew ''Of 'KIS'Sil'IMtfJiRELAIiL"i
.
\1 w. m. IIAHRILWeather' J. W. Hampton, a successful 'real' men, at.work hard surfacing a road '' :
"T '" estate and insurance man between' Whittier and KenanaviB.. I 'OLD FACTORY
: ' '" ) ,._!-'- "*" from Tarn* CANNING 'IS BEII43ORGANIYED
o t e.i o > o c o pat was a visitor in the city Friday, Hiram Platt, of, Melbourne, was .
,lno. A. Blackwell freetinr'' his old ,, t _
? ; the well known!I : many Klsslmmee ,' r -
Ashton-turpentine man was transact friend ,her last Monday.' .Mr.Platt
Report., I ing business nKJssimmee. .last Satur was returning to hit home from a vis At a sheriff** sale'on Mond'ay'theold '' I KUstmmee has a new 'gun'club:, !
day. it' hii canning factory' in the Pinedale
'q to father-in-law D J. Sumner, I Several of the young men of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Underhill, and I at Boy.ttFla. neighborhood was bid' in "by' C. B. Me- city have; been enthusiastically aat <
Following are the daily ternpuratnres ; ; two children, of Bassinger were vis- J. C Then and daughter., Miss Emma Caughen for $84D.. Mr. McCanghe a work organizing a gun club and up

_.. anil praMpff.tiiftn t> itor. in, the city. ..the. tint JI'tLotih I of Narcoossee, were in the city had and previously seen' the stockholders to this time twenty-two members
reported by_the ' ,. : ..hopphtc..1a..satuAmoactbei.., bought their stock and he te have" been enrolled, namely:
Government ,
other purchases. how negotiating a sale'of'th. tattol'T *. S. opfw P 'K.: Weaver C. h
station at Kissimmee Miss Mildred WinD left Wednesday was a new upright and 7 ; ; ; ;C" MARKET
for
the machinery with
parlies who
antic
for Oxford, Ga.. where she will be the piano which was sold to them by the Livingston Jim Miller Jr., D. Q. Wag
ipate
weekending Aug. 10. 1914: ; guest of Miss Laura Thomas for a Prentis music store. DeISt this reopening fait !''the factory, for bud ner.Water i IL T. O'Brien, Sam Ragsdale

Max.Min.Rain ; month.W. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chandler and The Nelson George Gardner . ". <
building/ occupied by the tae
G. King and motored daucMer. of Basslnger: were the guest, tory;.ia in- Holmes Prather. Bartow Dutton Mar '
excellent
Friday ---.?__,,_90 69 party over of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. repair and the ion Carson Joe Sears, George Over.
Lesley
from Sunday.
St.
Saturday ______ 97 84 Cloud and spent a few hours Mr. Chandler returned to Basinger machinery already installed is of the street, J.E. Davis, Sam Lupfer, Lew
attending to business most modern For
used
in the
Sunday _hh__ 98 85 .50 Wednesday. matters on Monday and Mrs. Chandler and business. type canning is O.Bryan, Bob Bullock..Roma Thomas Quotations

Monday ___ __ daughter going on to Deand. J. D. Clark, Andre van def IR.I.
h 89 72 .24 Butterick Patterns 5c. F. H. Lawson. Meersch and Dr. .
.
Simpson.
Tuesday h_____ 94 74 .20 Mrs. A. J. Holt has returned from, W. C. Bass returned home Monday. spending the past month. Little Miss The club plans to have its headquarters I
from Cairo Ga. where he
,
spent a Lucy Pearce and Master Milton Wood .
I Wednesday _h_ 95 72 Tampa where she has been under the few days visiting; his brother-in-law were members of:the party. somewhere on the ]lake front and .Augu.sl8th ;
Thursday h_,. 89 71 care of physicians in one of the Tampa and sister Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. T. A. Carroll entinlr' the it now negotiating for a site. The 'r
hospitals. trap has been ordered and it is ,
Poulk. Mr. Bass made the trip going American Agricultural expected
Chemical Co.
00044..oo..o ... oooo Marshal C. F. Tison is able to at- by auto and returned by rail. H. G. Dieterich, representing the Vir, that the pit and stands will be tit
Und! to his duties again after being ginia-Carolina Co., and C. O. McLaughlin built and ready for the trap when it
Mr. and Mrs. Burk Methbin movedto arrives. 1914 -r
ponnned to his home by illness for ,, representing the Armour 4
Haines City Thursday. Mr. Meth. The
several days. !gun members expect to try for
4 THE LOCAL fiELD \ \ bin has been employed on the Narcoo-, Fertilizer Co., were in the city Saturday the prizes to be awarded by the Dun -
Mrs. '
F.J. VHTT Duzer to meet with the local
and--
: i grand tree branch-of the-Atlantic Coast JUne groveassoefatlohr pont Powder company, the Winchester i\\
daughter .
Lenora left ...
Wednesday for for several years, and has been transferred Cartridge and the Reming :
Berryville, Ark., to spent a month Mr. Kenton and son, of Manefleld, company
to the Haines branch.
City ton U. M. this winter. G.
M.
.. .C. company (By
1111 with Taylor) I
11111111111 relatives. 0.
, I I I 1 III 1111. f' w Little Misses Lois and Elenore I have arrived with their household No limit will be made for a'time -i
\ W. H. Brotaw with Mrs. R. W. Cqbb returned home Overstreet accompanied by their goods and are moving into the Done.-' as to the number'of members in the I ..
I
Gnffiing last Friday from Columbia, Tenn. gan residence on Broadway which No 1 Cala. Peaches ,. .1k. .
Brothers the tree people. aunt, Dies Ruth Overstreet, went club. Some arrangement will likely ----- - 1.
! J. D. Clark spent Sunday in 40tf where, she spent a couple of month! down to Haines City Wednesday to at they purchased last fay.\, Mrs. Kenton be made so winter visitors who like No. 24 Cala. Peaches _-___.._ !5e'.'
Orlando visiting relatives tend the birthday of their cousin, Onie and three daughters are expected' may enjoy the privileges; of the cluh
Mrs. S. H.' Bullock and daughter, Austin They are expected home to- in about three weeks and the family. No. %'Gage plums __-__..... 25e-. : :j

day.W. T. Walker was in the city Mon Miss Violet, returned Tfonday"trom- will make.their permanent home here.j GOLF CLUB GROUNDS No. 2 Purple Plums hUh____ toe, :
Coronada where they have been spend. !day.J.. II. Prevatt of Fort Myers, was in They also own a valuable orange e BEING IMPROVED ''
H L. few I No. 2 Gooseberries _-.._-__._ .
> Clayton spent ing a weeks. i- 12H; :
Thursday in this which .
in the city yesterday having stopped grove county, they will re
1
Orlando.Cypress Kenneth and Miss Zelma Eronson over here on his return from Lake proceed to improve and put in first Quite a lot of work is being done No. 2 Blackberries UUh, _. 12tt field boxes for sale cheap have returned home after a two weeks Butler, where he was called to attend class condition.R. at the Kissimmee Golf and Countryclub No. '1'
2 Blueberrie ._ __. ___
I in the of the Ik ,
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf visit with their aunt, Mrs. J.-S. Drig- the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Mattie way improving' -- -- "
NE.. Cole spent Wednesday in R'er at Manatee. Jones sister of the late Sheriff Prevatt. D. PORTER NARROWLY grounds installing electric .lights in No. 1 Preserved Figs ,.J.'._ 15c ;;
the clubhouse, etc.
Lakeland. Mrs. A. B. Bell left Monday for a ESCAPES SERIOUS ACCIDENT No. 1 Butter "
Apple
During the past week One of the hhh toe' {(

Judge to Orlando G. F. Kribbs made a business I weeks Before visit rteurmnjr with relatives she will; in also Lakeland visit; J. W.last Harris week to went meet up his to wife Jacksonville and- R. D Porter manager of the Grav- road gangs was working in the vicin- No. 2tt. Sweet Beets _____"...-. zOe: ; ..:E-
trip Monday.E. stone Hotel, is suffering from a badly ity of the club, and dug out the canal \ "
Tampa and Manatee. baby, who were returning from a visitto I No. 1 Asparagus __.___ '
A. Niemeyer made. a business mashed arm, which he had the mis- leading from the lake to the club Tips 15* ( "
trip to St. Cloud last Tuesday.Mr. W. J. Garrett, of the Loughman Mrs. Harris' parents near Atlanta. fortune to get caught in the mangle house so that now the club can bereached" No. 2 Derby Sweet Corn ____ lOc '1. .
and Mrs. I section was in the city last Saturday, Mr. Harris and his family spent a dayat I of the hotel laundry several days ago.The by row boat from the lake. h.
Creek spent S. G. Barber of Boggy: looking after matters pertaining to Pablo Beach, where they took a dip injured arm has been extremely A roadway was graded along one side No. 2 Fancy Sweet Corn _u_ 1JV4No. ,1 e i
Monday the in the surf.
_in
city. his homestead entry. painful, and it at first feared of the canal '
was .
2 Green Lima Beans ___. lOe I.f
A. S. Drawdy is moving. to the Tax Assessor W. 1. Barber returned I Mrs. M. J. Hicks and daughter, Mrs. that the bones were crushed This is The golf greens at the club have h 'r .,
Waring cottage on Sumner street. home from New York last week Pearce, of this city,, and Mrs. Wood not the case, however, and unless been receiving attention recently and I II No. 2 Pork and Beans --__.-- 10*' "f' .)

Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hall, of St. where he spent a couple of weeks see- I of Atlanta, returned Saturday from complications arise the arm should. i I look to be in fine shape. Work on the No. 1 Tomato Soup ____ Be 'it- .I' 'jf>
Cloud, spent Thursday in the 'ity. mi? the sights: of Gotham. Coronada, where they have been heal rapidly. I tennis courts is to begin at once. I --- .j '...' \.
No /4 Flat Red Salmon ____ ; ,
Mrs. H. J. Popeney, of LouphmaTi: J. D. Woodbeck left Thursday for I - - h lOe.-- .,-, .
pnt Saturday in the city shopping(, Chicago and points in Michigan. We >Jo. 1 Tall Pink Salmon ____:: MlV4 f- t-
Mrs. J. H Hallev, of I i can count on J. U) boosting Kissimmee ", .
IxMiRhman: Nb. 1 Flat Red Salmon __-___ JOel ; ';,
spent Saturday in the city shopping: j i I every minute he is away : ,
: I No 1 Dry Shrimp __ ______ .lk ::1
Miss Howard Stevens of Bartow j is T. 1' Hones. the popular clerk at h t :!

viitmg her aunt. Mrs F. G. Thoma-,i, the Jraystone, is tff on his annual. two 5 Ib Good Coffee _n.Un____ $1.00 t, iI i-
'I I weeks vacation which he wi'l?1 spendat I
son At
Tampa and Pass-a-Grille: I More Summer ,,3 Tb Cracker Boy ____:__n___ .00 !,. 'i'
Rutterick Patterns 5c F. II. Lawson i
"Whispering"; Bill Spier, of Orlando ,| Dr. P. Phillips of Orlando, a large Bargains 3 Ib Chief ____________-;____, 1.00' ,', I!' '(

spent several days' in Kixsimmee this i grower find shipper of citrus fruits, i, I 3 Ib T. M. Blend _n-_____;___ tOe" ,i,, v
week.J was in Kisummee Tuesday looking .'.
after his (grove intoif-ts in this county : 1 Ib Rising Sin, Best __h___- 35? 1' *
i
H. Walker, of BaRRinfrer: passed:
through: the city Monday, .en route to t -. I 1 Ib Preferred Stock _. 40e; ,l c;
I Prof. R.1.: Evans has finished his r"
1 Tampa. H Ib Peri Walla Tea Black _. lOcI 'r
duties teacher I
as in the State Normal
B A Patten and Henry Harper, of I School at Tallahassee, and gone to U, Ib Perl Walla Tea? Black __ 15c: ,
Ufrhman: were visitors in (the city I j Oxford. Ga, to join Mrs. Evans and I 'AT THE Tea.'Mlxed
Monday. the baby. H Ib Cracker Boy tOe,' r to

L. B. Drawdy and family, of Whittier I Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. I % Ib Tampa Bay Hotel lOe,'
visited relatives
in Kissimmee ql
Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf ,
6 Cakes Octagon Soap 2Se'r
S. this week. -
Rev. S. W. Lawler visited in Titus- I, Misses Kathleen and MarjrerieFutch : I I. 6 Cakes.White Laundry ,25e"' ,
returned to their home Webster
the ville week.and 'Lakeland the early part 'of Wednesday, after a visit in with-I 6 Pkgsr'Washing powder ...... the

Jim Tyson, M. D. Tindall and Berry W.their Lawler.grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. S. VALUf[ COKNR'MONDAY Brooms _,_,_.. 25c, 85e/gOe, ,y

in Tindall of Narcoosee. spent Monday., Fred Worth of Tampa, spent a few 'KATZ No. tt Chip Beef _i_ ISe i
the city.
I days here this week purchasing cattle : No. 2 Blue Back Mackeral __.. 15e
J. W. Sears and family left Wednes- for his butchering business. Hecontracted

day for Skyland N., C., to spend several with Ord Bass for throe ", No. 14 Ga. Hash c._:: __........, tOe IJ1
weeks.Messrs. carloads of'beef cattle. .*--': - ..
No. % Lunch Tongue ,....-,.; 20e
Lee Brewer and Smith Roy Hesseltine of Sabetha, Kan., < '
Drawdyof Okeechobee were in. the arrived in the city Monday.;. .Mr.. Hes 8 Cans'/Vienna .Sausage. .*..,.: 'He. fi

city Monday. seltine owns a large acreage 'in this 6 ..Can..Potted Ham,.*,.:..-_. 2Se.
II. H. Fertie, a prominent citizenof vicinity, and will spend the week looking . and . St..ed.on' ._',"lilSSL! __. t"- + "
after his interest.
Whittier, was in the city Monday TUESDAYhT

and Tuesday. Riley Godwin, c.t Whitier, was looking Sweet Pickles. ,-. ,l0e

5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case i after business mailers in this city Sweet Relish ..._ _-, '!-
of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents yesterday. Mr. Godwin's many friends '
here deeply Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Tnplett, of Nar- These MUST
cosee, motored to the dry Monday and the recent ueath of his father, A. E. are all New Goods but Libby's Preserves ..--_ ICe ;

spent the day. Hodwm. Apple Jelly _--- "loVStrained r,
W. H. of Orlando, is attending Mr and Mrs. C. D. Carroll and baby, .
to Douglass business, matters in Kis- of NarcooBee, were in the .;ity Wed- be. reduced into space for WINTER GOODS. Honey' ______._n____ .lOcWooster .j.l,

simmee today. neflday Mrs Carroll and the baby Sauce __-_____-_*-.- lOc Sr:
on their to Kentucky, where '
were way "
Miss Dora LaMartin, of Bassinger, they will spend the remainder of the Sanf-Flusli .._. ..LbdMother' . ''t1 !
passed through the city Monday en 1 "
summer. 1
Oats lIe'r
route to Tampa. -----1------ -
Regular 15 cent Butterick Patterns
J. H. Bronsdn this week sold one National Oats tOe 1
reduced to 5c. F. H. Lawgon.
hundred and head of cattleto .
sixty-nine CURTAIN MATERIALS VALUESSee
Cream of Wheat, WeS
Henry Partin. W. A McCool arrived in the city }:

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deyearo, of last Saturday from Beaver Falls, Pa.. Pkgs Corn Flakes __-.--.?__ Xte 'J"
and will spend some time looking af
Jacksonville, are visiting her mother, '
Mrs. J. H. Haris. ter his grove and other interests here. beautiful line of Curtain, material and Minute Tapioca lee
of Mr. McCool states that the weatherhas our ; neat. Flask CastoijOil __...,- tic i
t and children -
Mrs. W. M. Hudson been unusually hot in the north
St. Augustine, are visiting her. mother this summer and since HIS arrival here attractive designs. These goods will be specially priced Flask Spts. Turpentine -. lOc '

Mrs. Kochenderfer. he has been enjoying our cooling : 2 OE. Machine Oil .___.___L__ Be \. ,
t Regular 15c Butterick Patterns reduced breezes to the fullest extent. 1
'to 6c. F. H. Lawson' for Monday and Tuesday. ,_ ... Colgate's Talcum _-_ 15e 1

Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan and two sons Toothache Drops -*-....??. lOe
left Wednesday for Brevard, N. C., fora .
few weeks outing.Mr. I Eye Water -.-..__.- .}Se

Gordon Nye made a business Vaseline .- *e

trip to Jacksonville .Fridayt.rslujr"!:!.! Any, colored Parasol in Our Store goes at' Half- rice. Fancy Smoked Bacon -' tSc
the first of the week.D. 4
G. Wagner and family have t In Our Ready-to-Wear: : Department there''are some White Salted. Meat .....- tic

their suburban home a'
moved to new I Odorless Lard ?_- I2f5 ,,

northeast Mr. and of Mrs.the J.city.S. Walker, of Bas-. values that speak for themselves. Be sure to see these. Gold Seal Butter __- 40e

singer, passed through the city Mon I Evaporated Apples _?---__. 15e .i

, day rti route to Bartow. I Dry Peaches ________________ 124 .;

Stanley Bullock returned Monday Seedless Raisins _... lOc '
from Fellsmere to spend a months va- j .

t cation with his parents. I Opportunities of this sort seldom come your way. Men's,Suspenders, -' lOe to SOc ,
We regret to learn that Mr. D. R. ','
Blennis, St., is quite seriously ill at 1
Take of the "KATZ VALUES" that
his home on Sumner street. Don't swelter in a hot kitchen advantage many USE PROXIDE BATH ',
John and Will Drawdy, of Whittier. .
mat- this eumm r. Come in and see will be SOAP FOR WASHING
have been looking after business on display ,
full line of
ters in Kissimmee this week.R. our YOUR HEAD :

G. Lamberton, of Tampa, was in A
the city Wednesday representingBradstreets FLORENCEOil -- K r"I


R. Tomblin Commercial state convict agency.R. inspu. ,: Cook Stoves Monday and Tuesday Every" Item Turned Out by .J Y;:',

tor !aws connected in the city with this his week positior.on business Us Fully Guaranteed (,; r rr

lor th.L.r"The '
Look
Mrs. W. 8. Gilbert and children, and I b Y
Mrs. Jennie Culver, left Saturday fora ,
(
N. C. finest oil stoves made. Fully
months visit at Penrose
Mr. and Mrs. Baunscome of Shingle guaranteed. Whether you have I. ,
Creek, left Tuesday for Malvern decided to buy an oil store or :

Hills N. C., to spend the summer. not, let UI show you this line*: KATZ VALUE T I '

of 6 Fever or doses or Chills.6tfB will Price.break 25 any cehts.case Absolutely operate. j reliable-simplest"to 'I : a Y T rstt'.

Messrs. J. L. Saxon and W. D. ,Scott t :

of,Orlando/arrived In the city today W. B. MAKINSON CO ( '
for a few day. visit with relatives.Mr. DR YGO.ODS.and CLOTHING CORNER 424BRQAd vY- 4,

.<'and )[ra. P. :J>. Outlaw, of St. : ,,,,,' . '
"<" nding few days in Ph123' ir .' ,
Kissimmee Cloud; aN' gnesta ip of their a daughters, t\ ___ :' ..... PEO NE 250 ; ; '

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:{ ; : )Bralnof j lay. '',back ''In his chair.. and body' way. Sy-by!" .. a glance about the room.chain. There, and was an BISHOP YHoME: I

'I: 'f ,I 1 utrhecL'/ In less than three minutes he was I a sofa, a table, some of whioh wa ___

.1 "If want opinion," said The woman gated. .down w- enormous-clock, the facs -
(, yn taf !'Q.111.4.eeD! -. hopelessly tan- '
hands
----*Not Mt, .I'"beli.ve the-gunmartfere at jam in wonder and envy." If only, dented and the moment, she FROM FIRST VISIT

f: V .: out to shoot up Another g ng?,and the ih. could drop to sleep like that! Very, 1 gled. note Why,such at such details a disturbed her .
should
, ,,', J. police'ot wind; of it." softly she pressed her lips to his hair into the
chanced look
",' "Don t think it about time the he' Then she to
the
you following night
o'clock the
.f! ,. At 11 CROWD cracked mirror. In it she saw several St. AU&'QIUne.-Rt. Rev.M. J. Cur-
'ri I ; '\ v pollee' called a halt in this gunman hall light in the Hargreavb house was Folfuw''It
\ Jif'' .\ .matter?" off and the whole interior became faces, all masked. These men were ley, bishop of the diocese of St. Augustine .
turned
'
\ the half closed
i' peering at her through has returned to the city from
f: : "0, so long ai they pot each other dark. A shadow c ept throughthe door behind her. his first official visitation to
i. 4-he police look the other way. It"saves lilac bushes without i any more THE home and bring I a num
would! have made.Florenre'R TO' DIXIE "You must return ber of the parishes of his diocese Bleh'i
i 1,' a long/ trial and passage up the river. sound than a cat the me the money," went on the wretch Iop J Curley has devoted a week to visiting !a
i Besides whenever they are robbed window\ was *pen as I such mockery."It .
.
who dared to perpetuate 1 the parishes in the northwestern ;
, ; ted it would i
blur had
some politician manages to open archconspirator expe stands between me and
is all that portion of the state. Although but
: the door for them. Great is the American be-. With a small string and stone as I re-
; ..
i'\
sliiir he sent the letter /I whirlingskillfully death. cently consecrated Bishop Curley has
voter. a The insistent daily
f knew. .
she
I Then been exceptionally active
4' ,1;': 'p "Take Mr. Norton's order, Lug!," through the. air.! Jit sailed AND SEE THE M9&'f'AMAZING SERIES OF MOTION warnings came home to her. She understood -I

... t: }, said Braine. into the girl's room. Tnc rna --br w now. She had deliberately : f.
I "A German buttered toast, heard sound of the //stotie hitting PICTURES EVER instead '
, : j pancake : no PRODUCED-THE MILLION DOLLAR walked into the spider's net. But O OCOO..
'. that it had .
conclude I.
and
: J. and coffee, ordered the reporter. anythjntr extraordinary! calm
of an
terror,
.3 .' "Man, eat something!" ,struck lh.' l"...1.! I IHo MYSTERYIINE- MILES OF FILM INVOLVING LOVE fell her.Very f DESIRABLE HOMES

, A '" "It's enough for me." waited! patiently. Presently a upon I will. and
1 well father. go I
.1. 1. "And you'll go: all the. rent of the 1 ivavormg; light could be distinguished<< ROMANCE \ANIJAt>VEN1URE. EVERYBODY'S 'GOI .. I it." Gently she released herself :: FOR_SOME ONE

- r 71'1' day on tobacco. I know something | ,nor the sill of the window.! The jePflteas !! I I (jet from those horrible arms. I'}

;. : ... JLyOu chaps. .T. don't? : see bow you i it | awake and had! .J lit the, !candle.: I ING. JOIN THE THRONGS. GO-FRIDAY NIGHT! "Wait. my child, till I see if they ::: A 6-room house, 100 ft. lots* SIb0

manage to do .it." 1 Thi know r !!/* was sufficient for Msnot" I They may wish to ( $ cash.
"Food is he leant of our t trouble) ( The t tragic letter would! do there REMEMBER. $1 0.000 WILL BE PAID FOR THE will I..t.rou hostage.go. A 5 rom bungalow, 147% ft. ,
hold .
m 1 If j; the I ask a few' rame'from the yoas the .. lot, $1,000 cash.
i f By way, may you '1 t.. that i i.i i if the girl When he was gone she tried .
f /. questions ? Nothing: for print unle s I 1 same\ ,iijtttorn, as her father and mother I BEST '100 WORD SOLUTION OF THIS BAFFLING doors. TI1l'Y""I'e locked. Then she X A 5-r.oom cotage, closets and ; t

j you've got a new book coming." : strong willed and adventurous.! crossed over to the window, and ]looked A lots of porch room on good' !

s ." "Fire away." I Ho tiptoed hack to the: lilac. when MYSTERY STORYTHE out. A leap (1'011thel'e, would kill her. t street, $600 cash.

,' "What. do you know about lh<' n noise; I
Princess ?" he shad- .. close in $1,500 cash.
Perigoff I Bait a !do/en feet away saw a ; ,
wondering
a --"Let-me'see. IPm. :Mot nor" HiI l | ov. coping; :: nloncr toward the. front! t The false; father returned, dejcctedis {. A desirable bungalow well fi fix

1', ..... about a year ago at a ".,ceptlOnrl.n doov. Pre-e'iilly. the shadowstood! up I II : furnished; terms to suit pur y

0 to Nasimova. A very attractive"- | a if listeniiitr" ,,( Ho. stooped again and MILLION "Il i is as I said\ They insist," upon f chaser. t
; -man. I see quite a lot of her.Vhy, ? | 1:111: lights' to the steps up these to I sending some nneVril(< down the. di- Z; A modern rj-rooi:! house, suitable -

1 "Well, she claims to lie a oit' t off the door'" which, he hugged.! !' rection"ye! I to you I lame very I 'r. for two families, or for i

',aunt to Hargreave'w daughter""She ; I \Vlio wa1this'; wondered RrainePatiently rooming and boarding.
:
t I said something ti> m<' ,shrew' ho waited arranging! hi, I weak the directions yourself *
down
v i t that the other night. You net i-r know" t I l>-tmo so) t that! he could keep. a look- DOLLAR "Write, father! ; you know them bettor! t Ask>>rs.: j SummersAbout

.I where you're at in this" woild. do voii' out at th door By and by the door than I." Since she saw no escape, ,he Location and Prices.
} k" The German pancake. the oat.. t thocoffee I opened I caotnai-ly. A man: holding a determined to keep up the tragic .

4 'f. disappeared' and the. icpoitei, I citiidle., appo-nrod. I Rraino, vaguelyierogni7od ./ was farce no longer.\ : Have a small tract of realol'anl'e
4 ; :: panned his clears.! Olga's description, of the MYSTERYtion I
l ,i' "I am not your father land, only $50 per acre.
1 c ; "The president visTts town today I I huller The man on the voranda sud- "So 1 ..se-e," she replied, still with Term given if desired N.
fii watch the. show. I L
off
and I'm to suppose deiilv,, Mow" out the light.
I amazing calm. < 08 Pen field St., block !
I'll hate. to interviewhim about ; I > one
I Hraino could hear the low murmurof shook his 4
other
Braille, in the room west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde
4 the tariff and all that rot When 'nu I ,
The
;; voices;. but nothing more COII1 Father and daughter; .
.. head savagely. the 2nd avenue west of courthouse
Utart on a new' hook let me \ .noald I -
" 'at ion lasted scarcely a mjnuto. (Would
in the nerves
steel
+ 'ii the same I leading/ south ). ;i
I'll be your press agent."! i The door, closed and the man ran down bend her ? Would they have to

41 "That's a bargain.hr..akat"Braine I'tlw '.t t "Thanks for the
j, ( at his heels. .
- but million was alwaysa j
t her bodily, a
hi I
picked up newspaper I Mr: Hargrenve,
"Just t moment
I n which
J smoked and read.. Hemoked' ye.The., I l"t called ironicallv; ; "ill-I a moment !" : Titania the ;Moonlight ,Sonato I hovered a dwindling taxicab. The was million worth and more there to him was than p\enKP the money :i STOMACH q
i read ''
to
I
) bue he only pretended .
I ho addressed Hargreavo
The man as which( not half a dozen great pianists child was gone. I itself. lie listened J moUorinjr t"
r i fool clever but no man i.r is '
1 youfig Infallible. He was had not the i.>a-t -us. turned, with lightning' 'rar>Hlltv and'I have ever played correctly), Monastery In the house Susan was answeringthe the others to lie, silent SUFFERERS
r gull' The, hlnw'caught, Braine above t Hells, and the like. He had preparedto commanded
,
telephone<< talking incoherently."Who "Write the dire( tioti''
a
-l ,;, "! :? picion.; Still he ,taw in some only rnrer the newspaperstory. ho might I th l'I"I.d ear, \knocking his, ;feet him the flat rumble When of } a(' make a martyr fo himself; instead, is it ?" Jones whispered, his J the scoundrel who discarded the broken Iff You Wish To Obtain CompUtt' t
I he and
was distinctly delightfully en- white .
lips and dry. man style."I and Permanent Results
:. :: tumble upon the truth and it would Try
the of the
motor told him rest story. tertained. "
l' I I be well to tiff the reporter's "The princess. began Su- know of no hidden money.
* hands just effectually.as "You don't," he .said whimsically, san. "Then your father dies this night.! Mayr's Wonderful Stomach H.....,

Jt, 1 The raneor\ of early morning had I Hv the dim light of her bedroom when she finaly stopped, "you don't'l lie took the receiver from her Orange put a whistle to his lips. 0.. Dose Will Convjnc YM

,n.; been'' subdued: anger acid Quick tem- -nndle Florence read the note whic by any chance, know 'The roughly. "Sign, write!" I

never paid in ih: ;org/ run and no had found! entrance so strangely and Prayer' ?" I "Hello\ Who is it?" "I refuse!"
per .
!1 '.' one appreciated Chit, fact !letter than I mysteriouslyr into her room. He I She laughed. This piece was a "This is Olga Peri gaff. Is Florence] "Once more. The moment I blow :;;..

1 ;! Braine. To pet' Norton but of the I father! He lived, he needed heri! I standing joke at school."I I there 1""Xo this whistle the men in the other room

J way temporarily ta5 only a wise precaution Alive I but in dread peril, and onlv she have never played it. It may, madam. She just stepped out i will understand that your father is to I jI

l t : it *.* not a matter of spite could save him! She longed toflv to I however be in the music" cabinet. for a moment. Shall I tell her to call 1 die. Be wise. :Money is nothing; life "
l' -;' or reprisal. him at once then and there. !How Would you like to hear it? mischiev- you when she returns?" is everything. I Stosaaa'

He paid the reckoning, left the restaurant could she wait till tomorrow night; atl j ously. "Yes, please. I want her and Susan .
known ,
"I refuse! Even she had I
1 as
.( and dropped into one of his R't ?! Immediately she began to plan "Heaven forfend! he' murmured, I and Mr. Norton: to come to tea tomor- I :, .'
this vile creature to he an impostor so
p .l\ clubs for a game of billiards. He drew, how to circumvent the watchful Jones | raising his hands. row. Good-hy."
;, c f she knew that he lied, that her father
J quite a gallery about the table. He and the careful Susan. Her father! All the while the letter burned Jones hung up the receiver sank still free. I
t She lent that night against her heart and the smile on her chair and buried his I was k
..... won easily racked hi. cue and soughtthe no more ; into a near by .
,':" apartment of the prineese.t. "My Darling Daughter-I must see face and the !gayety on her tongue face in his hands. Grange blew the whistle. Instantlythe >..'.,..

}t'' /.:. What a piece! of luck it was that you. Come at 8 o'clock tomorrow were forced. Confide in no one," she "What is it?" cried Susan, terrrfied room filled with masked men. But 'r:

r I OIp had reaTlr married that! old do- I night to 78 Grove street third floor. repeated mentally. "or you seal my by the haggardness of his face."She's : Florence was ready. She seized the
I seal death death warrant. lamp and hurled it to the floor, quite Mary'. Wcaderfnl Hfm.rh R..d'.U well itl\!i
in
Confide ,
t !Lard. Pert todf Bo but left her, a titled no one or you ,my gone! My God those I \known throughout the, country.. Many thousand '
.ridotr fix menthe after Bar marrtajf*. warrant. "Why do yuo shake your head like wretches have got her! They've got i indifferene whether it exploded or went peopl.. have taken it for Stomach, Liven -and H a":.
Bet de''''' hardly a. kopeck .t* call 'Your unhaopy l that?!" he asked. her!" out. Happily for her it was extin- Intestinal Ailment and report marvelous r.* .
Jaer ..... "FATHER." "Did I shake my .head?". Her heart Florence- was whirled away at top guished.. At the' same moment she ulti and ass highly praising it to others.Astonishing r 1.
benefit sufferers have receivedeven
""Olea Uar'uhave it aEr: H. wu What child would refuse to obey a fluttered wildly. "I wag not consciousof speed. Her father! She was actually, cast the lamp she caught hold of a from one dose are heard everywhere and i: '

:i. there l laat.aig10.! But Mmetunr-a summons like this? It." "' - on the way to her father Lwhom she chair, remembering the 'direction of explain It. tremendous ale. It rarely I ever ,
(' door started her. ."Are yougoing to keep your promise had loved in the window. She was superhumanlystrong fails and those afflicted with SteeaMh Uve. _
ticipated ,lie t aid and had the JOIice i A light tap on the . I always dreams y J never and Iseatlul A11-r.Ie, .u.u... flea fat
,,,p 'a ,in waiting-. TIle question is. has he "la anything the matter!" asked ? seen. ab this moment. The-chair the m.marh su d latMtlae*. i
:fooled.us? Did b* tak that million i the mild voice of Jones. "What' promise?. I Number 78 Grove street not vent true. A crash followed. .. '' Spoils. OUe Attawkay T'.1
drink of "Never to leave this house without was an "She has thrown herself out of the LI..... <<:._1...'...., ate.. should by all tneanetry ,1
a 1 or did he hide it? There i* one thing "No. I' got up to get a attractive place, but when she arrived this remedy. The benefits stomach sufferers ( ,
5 left; to get that girl. No matter I water."* Jones or myself being with you. 'she was'too highly keyed to take note window! yelled a voice. who have taken Mayre VTataiaertal als.aeh .- .

1. where Hargreave is hidden the knowledge She heard his" footsteps die; away "I couldn't if I wanted to. I'll wager lof its sordidness. She was rather out Some one groped for the lamp, lit Heaaedr have received Is in most casesa .J.-

that she is in my hands will bring j)1 down the corridor. She thrust the Jones is out there in the hall this min i of breath when she reached the door it, and turned in time to see Florence Remedy lasting one.should Aftet be able you to have digest taken and this assimikttc It,
him out into the I the of her dress, ute. I know it is all -for sake. out of the into that from you "
open. letter into pocket ; my I of the third flat. She knocked timidly. pass room your food enable the heart to \pump 'of
s' a "No more blind alleys.' I which lay neatly folded on the chair But :It bothers .me." I The I door was instantly) opened by a which they had come. The door pur.' red blood to every part of the body, giving

a "What's on your mind" at the foot of her bad, then climbedb8'k :Jones was indeed in the hall; and I man .who wore a black mask. She slammed. The surprised. men heard the Inure firmness-and sparkle and strength to the to fibre clearness and muscle and: ; i?
eye;
: "She has never seen her father. into the bed itself. She must when he sensed the petulance in her J}I' would have turned then and there and [key click. color to the complexion and activity and bril ft

t } ".+ She confessed to me that she has not not tell even Mr. Norton. voice his shoulders sank despondentlyand flown but for the swift picture she had She was free. But she was no longer liancy to the brain. Do away with your pain i

\ raven seen a photograph of him." Was the child spinning a romance he sighed deeply if silently.At I of a well dressed man .at a table.) He a child. and even suffering one dose and of "this./.'.Is W.IItI often_possible 8te*.with a*>siRemftdy .

tl There was a long pause. over the first young man she had ever quarter to Florence, being lay with his head upon his arms. I (To be Continued. ) Interesting literature and bookletdescribinv
? I
h "Do you understand me?" she asked. met? In her heart of hearts the girl alone for a minute, set fire to a veil "Father!" she whispered. .Stomach Ailments sent free. by ,
Geo. H.t rr. Jffl. Chemist, 154-15 Wait
,, ., 'By the Lord Harry, I do! You've did not father know.! I i and stuffed it down the register. I The man raised his careworn face; Only One "BROMO QIJININB"To tug St., Chicago: iLFor '
f head worth of mine. The Her well done that the clos-
,: ;m .on ;you : two her father. "Jones, she called excitedly. "I so very only '
She was going to' save I' est would have crt the genuine, call for full Sale In Kisslmmee By
very simplicity of the idea will win out smell something burning! scrutiny betrayed the Dame LAXA "
o +for 111&Some one to pose as her fath- All day long Jones: went about like j I'I paste of the theater. He rose and I TIVE BHOMO QUININE. foralffnatureof J. Z. ROBERSON 'j
1r an old houhd with his nose to the wind. j Jones dashed into the room sniffed I| K. W. CROVK. Cures Cold In One Bar. Slope i
L rf; message handed to her in secret; something in the air, but and dashed out again.'heading for the staggered toward her with out- cough and headache, and works oft cold. 25<:. And Druggists Everywhere. I
There was
rr: : dire misfortune if she whispers a word I stretched arms. Bi\i the moment they '
cellar door. His first nat-
he could not tell what it was. Some- thought was 1
Itr, 'to that he father's life hangs closed about her Fl<*cnce experienced - -
anyone; -
; other matter which urally that the devils incarnate had ----- --- -----
how or no room
..' upon, the secrecy; she must'confide in a peculiar shiver. I
,
Florence went into there was JoneswJthirf turned, having of course discoveredset I I II
a '' -;: no one, least of all Jones, the butler. child!" II
; earshot. And she dared not\ fire to the house. When he re- "My murmured the broken I
'It all depends upon how the letter gets show the least, impatience or. restive-, no Ore, he found Florence gone. He man. "They caught me when I was
/ ANNUAL
1, ''to her. Bred in the country, she probably ness.! It was a large order for so young rushed into the hall. Her hat was about to come to you. I have given MOUNTAIN and SEASHORE. fxcqrsion t
't "
i sleeps with her window o>fen. A a girl, but she filled it. missing. He made for the hall door up the fight. A sob choked him. ,

f ,, pebble-attached to a note,' tossed into She rather expected that the reporter with a speed which seemed increditable What was it? wondered the child, ',VIA
the window. I'll trust this to no one; would appear borne time duringthe to the bewildered Susan's eyes. her heart burning with the misery of ?.
V
I'll do it myself. With the girl in our afternoon; and sure enough he Out into the street, up and down the thought that she was sad insteadof

s.J' 4", Control' the rest will be easy. If she did. Ho could no more resist the He- which he looked. Far away he dis- glad. Over his shoulder she sent Atlantic
c tcally does not know where the money sire to see and talk to her than he Coast LineROUND
R _. ,
Is. Hargreave will tell us. Great head could resist breathing. There was no - ---- -- -- -
',' '-. f \ little woman, great head. She does' it the world had suddenly -
denying
use ;
not' know her father's handwriting angle presentinga B pawBj*m m>jB p j j j jlB j l BBp Bj l jpl pp jP jl H l TRIP RATES FROM'KISSIMMEE.
new
,turned afra n .
*-- < "
&1ll1l wrteel li cra'p af"'tAll :' new face a roseate VIIIOI'n\, rather '(Prickly .. ; Pott. Root and totaaitinn) ,
that Miss -Farlow 'evf!!r received banter. Wa.hi.rtGD, D. c., $22.55 Richmond
subdued hjs easy ; V., $20.55 Norfolk V.
; ,
'was money. The original note left I on "What news?" she asked. ,Prompt Powerful PermanentI $20.55.

'. ; the doorstep with Florence has been rather despondently. I'm
f "None, .
; t ; :"lost. Trust" me to make all these Inqulrlell. sorry I had hoped by this time to I I1P r. .t eta teoeficU..... usually e! Stubborn yield to P. cases P. P. ..Good 1aatiae-'U"-results are. ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE

e .! get somewhere. But it appears that talk try quickly when other roedi- iron to stay earedPi :

;: ': :: "Tomorrow night, then, immediately I can't get any further than this 1 -- are ....-. Wilmington N. C. -----_$12.00 Monteagle, Term. _______ 15.05

;t t after dinner, a taxicab will await her i house." Winston-Salem C. ... 11.00

+,' i ,j t lust around the corner. Grange: !is the I She did not ask: him what he meant -"- p p. Hot Springs Va. _..____ 18.50 Tate 'Station,' Tenn. ____ 15.50
:
-- -
: : best man I can think of. He s an artist by that. ,
: Roanoke Va. J Warm Springs, Ga. _____ 9.00
__
__
i 1 i.' when it comes to playing the old. I ""Shall I play something for you?" ___ 16.25
ft, i Mattes rich red blood-cleanses the entire Chattanooga, Tenn. ___
man parts. she said. ; pure ,$13.80 Mammoth Cave Ky. ____$17.95 'i
"Not too old, remember. Hargreave. 1 Please.- system-clean the brain-strengthens dlUoa and nerves.

$ Jan't over 45." ;, He drew a chair: beside the piano t. positive specific for Blood Poises and skin diseases. Ticket told August 12th-Limit August 30th. '"
tr' + "Another good point. Im: going to 1 and watched t her fingers, white as the
; 'l trench out here on the divan and ivory keys flutter up and down the Drives out RtMomajtlssB and Stop tit Pain; ends Malaria;, For information or reservation call on A. C. L Ticket Agent or r


t' tome last night"bjtipi 1 Mendelssohn, Greig, and Chamlnade; J, G. KIRKLAND,
"When shall I wake you?" ; and she played them in a surprisingly F. V. IJPPMAN CO. niM. SAVANNAH, GAT Division Passenger Agent Division, Passenger Agent,

f. ,. L,.. ",At et We'll have an early dinner scholarly fashion. He had expected Jacksonville. Tad\pa.\

4''reyyl' I.f; ,i-lent In. I want to keep out of. every !: the usual! schoolgirl choice and.execu- y; i.. .ll .

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Clearwater.-Franchise for an electric f TRACT ;

street and interurban railway Is
granted to C. H. Evans by the City;
I I Council/, subject to approval by a vote I I I..
lof I the people of Clearwater on'August ,.}

Growers Expect ,It To BState's Be( I a To Engage In tho' Cattle: ;

| Miami.;-L. D. Llewellyn, construei -
i bon engineer, has begun for I ,
BiggestAT +I survey Business r *-
I the proposed street railway of the Raising w
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LEAST 9,000,000 BOXES WILL, I Key' West.-City is considermi: r7 ,AFTER THOROUGHLY INSPECT tING

BE HARVESTED, AND FRUIT IS! 1 question of issuing: $500,000 of bond. WESTERN SECTION JOf, '
1 i for constructing\ and furnishing a tour '.
OF KIRST-RATE QUALITY THIS 1st hotel. COUNTRY F. N. BURT, DECiDE .
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YEAR. * I 'r + TO BUY LAND NEAR DE LANp.,, *

.' i Safety Harbor,-Bank of Safety t ,,. r
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\ Harbor has made
aplication for ichar
Although I no.formal estimates of ter. E. N. Morrow DeLand.-F. N. Burt, capitalist of "
will be cashier.
the size of the citrus fruit crop of the< Buffalo, N. Y., has acquired about" a. I
state for the season of 1914-15 have i a a thousand acres of excellent land near -
yet been made Business Manager I.D .. I Wauchula.-Firrt National Bank a111 here and adjoining the De Leon ; '
Jones of the Florida Citrus ,x- : has made application to organize: ; Albert Springs property.which he Intends to j
change said a few dpys ago that i he Carlton, S. C. Carlton J. W. Earnest develop in the near future. Mr. Burt'
would not be surprised if it ran to as and W. O. Mclnnis, organizers -..;:. I took an extensive automobile -uipt
much as 9.000,000 boxes or perhaps I This succeeds Carlton & Carlton, bank' .I through the West last summer, and is
I TI NUF.R Jl ICV PI>KAPI-.K.
more which will make i it the larges 'erLI I situ LITIIC'tOVIL! HA1AMVAS. after a thorough investigation of the -- +
crop of fruit the state has ever harested. i Palmetto.-City let contract to erect ". -- cattle industry in every part of the '
j'library; 32x70 feet; ordinary construe country has come to the conclusion ,'>
\ "Aad/ despite the efforts of our Cal, tion; gravel roof; fire places; electric DADE GROWERS TO \Many European that there Is a greater opportunityfor r
(I lighting; cost $10,000. : WEEK'S CITRUS '
ifornw, friends to show to the contrary 1 the development of a great cattle
\ it will be one of the best crop. S I Countries Buy business here in Florida than In any ,
of fruit this state has ever grown. .1 I O'Bl'ien.-Atlantic Coast Line, it is j other part of the country. '
Will Be a Fine Quality. I reported, proposes to extend to For WAR ON TREE DISEASE Goods In Florida Being impressed with the possibilities "
"Reports from all over the state an,, George;: Island. I I of the spineless cactus as a cattle /110 r :s t
to the effect that the crop will be ot I a a a food and its adaptability to Florida'. ;. ;. 1
Miami.-Organization of. all the SHIPMENTSj [ soil and climatic conditions that he
unusual quality. From Californii, Fort Myers.-B. F. Burke, Mafion,
I fn the vicinity of Miami to I Germany received the largest con- of
sources our friends in the northern i Ind., will erect brick business. block. growers has started an experimental field it
have been told the Florida.1 I I protect this section against the encroachment signment of Florida exports during and so far is meeting with marked ,
markets a a
suffered I of the citrus canker, of Cars moved last week u--_n_ the month of June, the total value success. It is claimed that from one "
crop this the drouth year had in the early severely part ot; : I Miami.-W. >. H. Challie will erect which two infections have been found Care moved week before last_ 16(taken by the Kaiser's subjects. being. hundred and fifty to two hundred tons '
from that it would be 01, I building on 7th street and Avenue D; near this city, will be accomplished. Total cars moved to last Saturday i $944,408 worth of goods, England be- can be grown to the acre and that it
the season and This is not goinj;, 12 stories; 100x65 feet; five stores and One of the trained inspectors from ---_----._--_.--_-__---20,9841 I ing second with a total of $535,068. is not only very nutritious( but is so
very poor quality. : apartments. I the Redlands section will begin work I I!Cuba received $496,276; the Nether- juicy that cattle feeding upon it can ,
to be the case. We are going to show.1 a a aI Jacksonville The citrus fruit move
in the Miami section following up first !lands, $<<18,580; Italy, $288,325;
the world one of the largest crops wi I, I Jacksonville.-Florida. Naval Stores I. the shipments of nursery stock that ment last week was two cars more 'France, $148,946; Spain $189,266; which- withoutaamgyreat'advantagg.e. ,*-t
have ever had and one of the best 4 Mfg Co., capital $10,000, incorporate -. have been made into this district from than the week previous. 1 and Belgium, $126,495. Sweden Ar- during dry times. Mr. Burt's experiment ..
as well.' I Official figures for the total crop ot Parker, vice-president; T. J. Hammill,, months and then a '' nicely.) At the present time the crop Ireland
,i i inaugurating, sys- Canada, Austria, Gibraltar, here as it is felt that it may be the "
1913-14 are not at hand but the crop], secretaray-treasurer. -,' tematic campaign ol inspection that for the season 1914-15 is estimated by the Indes and some other South American beginning of a revolution in the catt. +' 4i
will run close to 1,000,000 boxes. Approximately S a a -'" will search every grove for this dis- varipus( shippers as about the same j countries receiving the balance tie business of this section. ;:; 1,
21,500 cars of fruit wen Pensacola.-Pensacola Excelsior Co,, '' ease.* number of cars as the past season. the bulk being in the order named.
which at 225 boxes to the ca manufacture the The will be consider- '.
shipped will install machinery to Much money must be raised for grapefruit crop
give 6,987,600 boxes of fruit. baking powder, flavoring extracts,,!i work in the Miami section, according ably larger, while the orange and The figures J. F.are C.those made collectorof public Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Dyt ;. rTear
The shipments for the twenty-nim I prepared mustard and other grocerspecialities. '' to Lloyd S. Tenny. secretarymanagerof tangerine crops probably will run less I by customs Judge for the district Griggi of, Florida. dra..... will .l..d _..,. U P&aO
seasons prior to this year are given 'I the Florida Growers and Shippers'League. than the present season. There have OINTHBNT Ulta t.em Mr MM .. I1eal.e
usual, British vessels carried near- DiI..Lal..dl..errvotradl.p him Im 6 t.14 dar*..
below: a a a A corps of inspectors will been ice showers in almost every section all of the while American. TIM arM....IMIeUoa d...HAMWSWB aid__ lOlI.
Crop of Former Years. St. Petersburg.: -Mrs. M. A. Barden,> have to be trained in the Redlands of the state and trees and fruit I lead in exports business. .. t'
the Import
Output College Park, Va., has plans by and I under the direction of Inspector Sterling are in good shape. IA'. '
Year in boxes: I let contract to B. O. Parkhurst, St,, who is in charge of the work Thlrty- ve thousand seven hundred
1884-f -' 600,00( Petersburg, to erect apartment house!1 there, and then brought to this section POLISH COLONY TO BE seventy-five tons of phosphate La :; t
1885-6 -_-. 900,00 1886-7 __1,260,00< $6,000.a a aSanford.Presbyterian I SETTLED AT PORT RICHEY land pebble 82,209 barrels of rosin ST. CLOUD .

lRR7-8 ::::::::.____nu1,260OOO I qhurch wil\]I FOUR HUNDRED ACRES tO BE Port months the I 848,807 gallons of turpentine, 1,251barrels take jvu Real0 at tk. t
1,950,00(I Richey.-Some ago of tar and 18,481 thou- ;)
_____ pitch,
1888-9 --- erect building. . PLANTED IN GRAPE FRUIT: Port Richey company through C. J, BLUE FRONTRESTAUI.AKt I
1889-90 .____nun2,150OOO!! l I I sand feet of lumber 649.000 feet of \
_..2,450,000 Sims, treasurer of the company in 6408 of PcBuylraBit. Art't:; ., .
'1890-91 ___. Titusville..-Scobie Bros. erectmi: loge and hewn timber, bales OB
1891-92 .-_"__u' ________" 2,664,79i garage; 40x70 feet; fireproof; cost O. Kichline, of Chicago, sold 5,000 acres of land northof of .cotton 258,887 pounds of bacon, 1,-.. Meal* 25c A. R..c... ". I
1892-93 ___________________3,357,507 $3,000. Ocala.-Messra.J'Klock of New Hudson and Fivay to a company 1947,564 pounds of lard and other meatI ,pi.-
1893-94 __________________A,163,849. a Hampshire, who has many Florida investments Chicago men for a Polish colonization I products of a'total value of $39,096.Four .
1894-95 _uu_____________._2,808.74, Miami.-Dade County Commission, and Mr. Cogging, of Weirs- movement. These men have organizeda will begin hundred and eighty thousand
and
1895-96 ______u-u-------- 147,000 ers let contract at $17.300 to erect addition t, dale, recently bought 400 acres of development company -I nine hundred and thirty dozen eggs
1896-97 ______u___________ 216,579 to court house; fireproof vault r splendid hamock land, on the Ockla- at once clearing which 800 acres citrus of fruit the were shipped to foreign shores, 5,324 COME TOGORONADO
1897-98 ________-: __________ 859,960 and. rooms. waha river, and bounded on one side land near Fivay on this falL Anton barrels of flour and 1,0006,200 poundsof
__________ 250,000 a a aGaine'vDle.Alachua I trees will be planted tobacco. "
1898-99 _____u__ by the Rentz spur of railroad that said five other I .
1899-1900 ___-u_._________ 972,589 County Fail crosses the river at Sharp's/ rry. Czajpr Polish principal owner of Chicago arrived -- The figures do not Include' Inter. ( :
gentlemen
1900-01 ------------r+--1,350,700, Association J. B.Dimonton, president/ The company now have the wire on the in Port Richey last week and state shipments to other parts of the BEACH.Spend I

1901-02 ________________-._ 912,589 Micanopy,. Fla.', will erect buildings.,, tract and will commence the work of taken out'tothe land. Others United States, of course, but in A general '
1902-03 _:.-_ ____'..---a--___1.65.306 etc., for fair, . fencing the land at once.' In a short' were already there and more came on way give an index, to the total :'iunirn ::vacation
1903-04 ____.:_--__-_.:____..:..1,950,823 I. time they will begin'' clearing and i ir were 6.' Mir Czajor has been in, volume of business. your' '
1QA4- __________________-2,961,195 Live Oak.-Falr' Association hal r getting the land in shape for an immense I August etc. Pensacola" leads usual: at Coronado' Beach. For Apart -
buying mules, machinery, ,i heavily, as '
1906-0? ____,.___.-----2899,39C plans by T. Z. Atkeson, Live Oak, for grapefruit grove. Large budded the Tampa several days. I ISTRAWBERRY' in export business, but Is almost a meats Cottage, or BoardVwriU :.,
ivui'UB _-_--___"___.3793.12< fair buildings! exhibition hall 50xl5( stock will be planted, and in the past \ imports or apply to ,
?--- negligible quantity aa regards .ai l..
6,250,000 buildings 28x112 feet;: river
live-stock well
1908-09 feet; rich land, so protected by ARCEAGE IN
which
leads with
1909-10 _________--________ another building 28x112 feet; ordinary and surrounding forests as it is from CREASED. of, $243,312 Tampa, Jacksonville a a close figure - M. N. BLANTON.Fla. v
1911-12 _n____.4,250,000 I construction; galvanized iron roof.;; frost danger, the gentlemen should ;
with
second $233,836 scant ten :.
1910-11 -___4,600,00(1( cost $4,800.West have a grove there in a very few years Plant City.-There is every indication thousand difference out a of a total of Cere..... ,,. 'r, :
1912-13 ______u____-___8,125,348 a a that will represent a great many that the strawberry industry in half million. 'h
.1913-14 "__-______________-_6,987,500 Palm Beach.-Palm Beach thousands of dollars in value. this vicinity will be larger than ever a 'f i r '"
nofflcially estimated. county will build hard-surface Swintor as there Is'a large_ acreage being tk ,'
extension Atlantic Avenue ex SOLD HIS FRUIT ON THE TREES.
avenue
planted. Last the strawberry
NEW HARD ROAD BETWEEN tension and South Road at Delray, at tvs year point received +
LAKELAND AND PLANT CITY Road and Bridge District No.2. Clearwater.-George Booth has sold growers '$200,000 for their crop approximately DAy'aNIQHT l

-- a a a his crop of oranges and grapefruit on and there probably will be an increase OPEN : r rr

Bartow.-The new hard road be- Winter Park.-A cold-storage room the tree to eastern parties the consid- of 50 per cent the coming seaspn.Clearwater. :
tween Lakeland and Plant City, connecting for pre-cooling citrus fruit. having a eration being about 10000. He has : : :
Polk and Hillsborough coun- capacity of 14 cars, is. being established ten acres of grapefruit and 10 acres City Council ed
last week and Js at Winter Park by the Winter of oranges. The groves are in fine other '
ties, was completed condition. franchise' C. H. Evans and to r ."..
to the Refrigerating Co. '
satisfaction Park .
a source of great work S a a build electric light and power plant; Z .
people of both counties. The Shingle Co., Titusville.-Upper St. Johns Drain city: will vote August 25 on ratification = of r
has progressed slowly for some time, Plant City.-Lumberton District of franchise. r;;
organized to drain'/ agricultural -
age
is finished;one fo the capital stock $3,000, incorporated by Johns ...
it .
but now that be found E. Scott, LumbertonF1a., E.. T. land in upper St. alleyon x 'c .,
worst stretches of road to by a T Sr. and E. T. Roux, ;Jr., both of east coast; 300,000 acres, extending Miakka.-Truckers report their
in the state has been replaced Roux, over parts of Brevard, Orange and seed beds in good shape and they will l
which it is ,
good, hard-surfaced road, Plant City. Osceola counties; 40 miles long and begin to transplant lettuce within a :
a pleasure to drive over. Beach.-Atlantic Fish 20 miles wide. few weeks. :
City there are still West Palm
Plant ii'
of
West
the stock $50,000, incorporated .
of poor road, but for Co, capital u ,
some pieces
Kennedy president; Annie
Chas. A.
between ; 1
most part the road Iceland vice-president; Carrie M.. "
Baker,
and Tampa is now in excel ,
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and finished road now exists between Kennedy, secretary-treasurer.
a S a a ,
Petersburg, via '. :
Fort Meade and St. .
District No. 45,,
and Tampa.-School
City
Bartow, Lakeland,of Plant than a hundred West Tampa, voted $60,000 bonds for
Tampa, a distance m school improvements as follows: $14- SUPERIOR' SERVICE ;

miles.. I 000 for addition to present school; COU RTEOUS TREATMENT
150,000 ACRESlfTDEloTO i CO. $14.000 building at Main street and ,ti re' Have You 'Jj
in Drew
VIRGINIANS Willow avenue; $2,500 school
WEST:
TO
SOLD Subdivision; $12,000 for school sites; -
Bought
--- : debt $2,000 furniture 4'I I
Arcadia.-The .largest: real l estate $13,000 refunding ; Y -

mated transaction in Florida that in'has a considerable been consum-time .' and fixtures.a a a j ., A New Car ? !i ,r l:

View Hotel, J. F.
Lakeland Eustis.-Grand
through by a 3
been put
has
just This concern has just con- Mayer, proprietor, will expend $10,090 In .:: ': -
Hrm. I roar new car oar garage ;
fllided! a sale to West Virginia patties to erect addition to hotel. k t KEEP are low. Service. the." .
ot" a tract of land in DeSoto count. --- --- -" ------- - If Lightning Should f w? beat. ;. !,.
consisting of over 150,000 acres. This H.r !. ...... ....rt..ltr for r.. bSt i.'"
what is known as the Indian Ow. I A You can rest assured that we will
tract is Ro f Tsar Strike Your Homeand t ..
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prairie. The consideration was ap- ? take the very best car of your alto ;':; ;
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proximately one and a quarter million j Q rr A" Say" We five Irons to beginner We -

ollars. coal and No Money Down ea t,. keep cars so that they are always r 1 1k ;

The purchasers are large Virginia, and and set it on fire, would your value t; ready to run. W. tab trouble off r!
gas operators in West this bles be safe Think it over, and you yy
they expect for the present to use will realize that the safe place for I your shoulders. 4 +.
tract as a cattle ranch, and will raise your valuables is our Fire and Burg- 9 n k. Garage Is. fireproof ftnely equipped '

an improved breed of beef cattle. lar Proof Vault. and open at aU boW ';'
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.The former owners for whom this five Years Time I I ,. c ...u.'y.;; J'
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Arcadia ) :
sale was made are J. G. King, Safe for rent. -
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D. ;H.. R.McMillan McConnell and Walter Benjamin Graham Cat- 01_. PvrebaMi. .( FIT. ... T..aero it't t. I I, ",

lett. Jacksonville C. W. Deen and J. [ r.et. !. UBBRTT PARK t. parOc $2 and per4 Year i
; This well
is
E. teltoa.. Lakeland. wh. will Lpr*.. tk. laad. 1.-. 'f a, private'gal'g! as. a$ a public,
...d..ty'- *. KW.__ .... bra r//:

the Live blue Oak.-AmQs ribbon for the Thimpion largest watermelons holds- ...... r 1 one 'We take "the greatest care: of-pnyateL!? ;

grown in Stiwanee county this With 'Such a Chance Arthur E. Donegan,. .P. K. Weaver, '. This 1 :. "
that autos. troublez
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I melons saves
season a* he raised two you :
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S PresSent. Ca&et.t : ... ., .
I weighed 61% and 63 pounds each. ..I ... ,... tea. _.,Ow. T... Owe '-j '. .. :.. t* >..}\, ,',,t.- ,: "-44
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Pear crop in this section this year andHrnlt rl _'\1._ ,! :BR'Sia; ; ;; :
la now ie.dy to mov*. Quality. is Writ ;:. *!!*... B. tC. BREAKER-*. '.t""" ", ,; \ ? 'J

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' -' Standars of' tie Department of':Commerce marketBi'th;" "lumber 8n4 other-;[forest '- '_. .
'to' : \ Entrance to Exhibit Palace at anamat -'
i a Vast ; CONSERVATiON'OFOUBTIMBER within .the special fields All products and the marketing of material fMe.-pix. ,Up''t...:
I I' 'r"i : J. Pacific" Exposition at San ,Francisco In Ir915 information hitherto gathered by l in new forms; and the competitionof
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t ;; these different agencies as to the lumber produced !in pther countries J
standing timber, the manufacturers and'of. other'materials'used ''for,the Your : this: .
: i j 1 J 1'm II and marketing of lumber, the quality acme purpose. - .,
N i. t : of various Umbers, and' the moreeconomical I Attention,alao will be given, in the ,
if and more profitable utili interests" of consumers and manufacturers .,
f 1 .,' sation, -wood.wiU.be.correlated With to the questions of' the distance Summer

,.' .[ any new data gathered and used to between 'producer-and the - . . . ..
Ir I ___ Yit Washington, D. C.-Th. Secretaryof indicate improvements. consumer and the distributing agencies ---' '
\ Commerce and the Secretary of Among the related industrial and wblch{ absorb a considerable.part --
\, Agriculture have completed plans business questions which will be considered of the retail price. ',
b, P whereby their two departments win!) are the effects upon lumber The inquiry has to do not only with
: : combine in a constructive study of the production of speculation in standingUmber the thrifty use of the present timbersuPplYi
;.: supply and exploitation of timber in and the carrying charges on but also with the possibility I am prepared to convert .
': : i4- the United Staes which hat now become private stumpage; the extension of )'in&, forestry in the future '
of land within
one of the big conservation and any area a
t industrial problems. The study is to
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reasonable distance of Kiaaimmee .
undertaken in the belief
be that the
'' J: t N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
C. A. CARSON
II. President.
methods used in exploiting timber
\ resources no matter how
and the restoration of normal .
';' : and healthy conditions in the indus- The Waters & Carson rough or neglected, into a
, tries which convert timber into usable
productive and
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products, vitally concern the public: remunera-
I at large. tive condition.

f \ : One of the conditions which, in the
i "' .t ,.I jpifllon of the Secretaries, make this i Grocery Company.

f' .., 6 c err study of immediate importance is the I --
...:. \' ,. fact that the United States, which :
'! .f '. I contains some 3,000 billion feet of I I ,
t .
..". 1 standing timber, is now reducing its Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Estimates and PlansFurnished
I stock -of stumpage at the rate of
;t -' ', :. i sixty or more billion feet annually. *'
:a, l ;, 1 In spite of this limited timber supply L GROCERIESIN V

". >w J\ : ri lumbermen are now unable to I .
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t: : market much of .the poorer grades.
r .'j, They therefore leave in the woodsor .' I _
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". v.G x. .-- I'' burn in their mills from onethirdto I' + + + + 400040 0. .+ .0 . ..
G: 1, ;i'bt. CoTHIS one-half one the material in the 0 0 I 0 l-
I : IJH. by ana.mraclflc International Expu itlon .
L i.4 O WE &UY .
trees. Poor varieties of timber often R'E SELL: + : : .
f- Y: t : photograph shows the great western portal or entrance way of are not cut at all, but are left to be 0 HAY, 4 4 a All W. Law
p i' '", t : huge Palace ft Food l I'roilmlN. '!.1'11halt! dump Is known as the burned in the Blush fires which usually (10. 0 + HIDES, .
". ; 1 I'ome of Vigor and Is 1. 113 feet In liclRbt. Hrilllant, riotous color follow logging.: Some f this 0 GRAIN, 4 I 4 :

!. .t V lyi'I $;! '. i are emploj-wl In the mosaic In most the celebrated vault qt the decorative half-Joine arttst.'S which. wasdealgnea' and waste much it is more believed, it is is hoped preventable can be, ,, +0 FERTILIZERS, p 4 FURS, + I The Developer of Modern Model Farm
Jules Ouerln. America'
by
; .', 1\\ paved under improved conditions of J I 'c WOOL 0
;'r 4 I Box 145
to I marketing and use of wood. | SHINGLES, : ,
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J is One to lessen of the this objects total of waste the which study, 4 ORANGE r,: BOXES, (10 AND I Klsslmmee, Fla.p.wflsm.
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InI: : Guava Jelly Grows In Favor if allowed to continue, will be felt 4 4 0
:: 1' I I sooner or later by all who use wood .
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I.>' r rt'! ;, Is Delicious_ and Profitable"What ing conditions Because districts'the of in these the timber secretaries and other and existing lumber-of both ,i I 4: VEGETABLE CRATES, 4(10 0 0 COUNTRY I .. II I-

CRATE NAILS 4 4 PRODUCE:
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1 departments feel that here i is needto
", "What the marmalades of Old England I and flavor lie declares that anyone 4 4 4 4 I !
s ; are to the Britisher, guava jelly having used guava jelly on the table alike devise of the betterments forest.u in in/t the industries interest I)X4 1 444400440004444 . 040 .. .. . . ..... |

-;; ; should be to the people of the South, I will not be able to five! it up for apI!'I and the consuming public./ 1 .

-+ .. and the entire United States, for it is pie, or any other kind, even the far I The mOre important elements in the I; We seJl field and garden seeds or all kinds. I Fire, Life, Health and Accident
,1 1 ', J', delicious, nourishing and can famed "currant jell" of the New England I'
pure project of the two departments areas We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partS.
ft? '" 7. be made so cheap as to be one of the states. "There" is something follows: I! Free delivery in city limit. Phone No. 12. i INSURANCEI :
; ? staples for the family use all over the about the guava: jelly, he said "that t -The studies will seek to establishthe We are county agents for good: fertilizers. Ask 118 fer clreaJan aU
i'' S.: ; country," said F. E. Smith, of Palma puts it in a class of its own whether essential farts relating to supply, I prices on fertilizers,
(! 4. :.f i Sola, down in Manatee county, who i is for the tea table, the breakfast room, exploitation and marketing of tim-I I I
,. .' ,,1 a believer in guava products and es- or in the sick wards of the hospital I, her, both at home and abroad, and i -.--.-- - to
., pecially guava jelly. and it is relished by sick people when to analyze the underlying causes. of : .NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY : I
k "Guava jelly," he continued, "ia they revolt at any other sweet offered present unsatisfactory conditions. The
t 1 : strictly a Florida product, so far as I them., aim will be to deal helpfully with the ( --
t., this country is concerned, although Mr. 'Smith has been experimenting various problems presented, and to aa I Old State Bank Building
j'. 2 = they.make jelly of this fruit to some I with guavas for many years, first, trying indicate as far as it may be practic- I I
j'' I extent in California, it is so far below ; them in his. own family, then able, measures which,should be adopted I II I
.;,j aS : the Florida product in every way, among his friends, until he found that by the industry itself. or by the
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''f ': '" that whereas the dining cars on the he knew how to make real guava: j..lly: public in relation, to the industry. The I
J i 6i Ion railroads through the West have Two years ago, he decided to experi- studies will be conducted direetly by I C. F. THRASHERSHEET
.' r ', their menu cards, they haveForioda ment commercially, and persuaded the Forest Service in the Department STOCKPLANERS
; ?\ guava jelly as a special item several merchants in.Tampa to place of Agriculture and the Bureau of J
: '4 :J on the cards, and at a much higher small quantities of the jelly on their i Foreign and Domestic Commerce, RESA""S" STEAIII FEEDSMATCHERS METAL WORKER
I I
,, : puree and they serve it, too. shelves, agreeing to take back all not with the cooperation of the Bureauof SELF FRED RIP Steel Ceilings a Specialty.
; .r. "Tae possibilities of guava culture sold within a certain time. The exper- I, Corporations and the Bureau of TOWER EDGERII! TRIMMERS!
r 1( in Florida have not begun to be iment was a tutees', and last year he I PERKINS' 8111NGLE MACHINERY Phone 149-R. .Kisslmmee. Fla.
'b sounded as yet,' said Mr. Smith; "for went into the business more largely, -. ENGINES, .p to 40 k. SAWMILLS! .
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,f-I I: t. the fruit has been regarded as One of with 'the result that he disposed of How To Ov Quinine To Children. BOILERS!, up to 40 k. tiara sod IEeaq
.j 4', 3 the many wild products of the state, two carloads of his jelly. This year FEBBILINK!.tk truss .. SAWDUST! CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYORs
muck <
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themany Bam* toes
of little importance because of he will manufacture more. impso.dOui.IN. It U.Tmel..ayr.ppl.ss. GASOLINE ENGINES! STEAM FEEDS M. TILLER
:: ohher thing which looked more .ni to take and doe not disturb the atoiueh.
He believes the dining cars of the LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS aDISsTON
and which large immediate Childm t k..I5' .... awvar kaow it .. Qalalu
roniislng gave country would bo glad to have a prime Alao aavactally adapted to adult who caaoot SAWS I
returns, lake ordinary Qalaia*. Don sot ISHArrING Real Estate Agency. :
Florida for serving to their Baaacat sorAss.
Jelly patrons ,
ld, MA'guava tree under favorable conditions ..WV ONSS..sr rl..iu.a.UM........ Try SAW BITS for .n sak..f raw.
and will try to have the leading It UM aeat u- tree .... o.l.a_ far .ay ., PULLETS BOSE' .. ..
will at two parPS. NaaNaRealty -
y! ; begin bearing ... ---,
make of A.k.or .
roads t-oaac
a specialty guava Jelly, orta-laal packar* The
years old, and from that time on,it in- as' some of them dt>. potato..,- others .,.m rBEJUUNH' .. .. U blow. .. la botW uta. 1 t BELTl1'fO' 4 Eraao-+.....- ,. asst'a. bought and told.
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CTMIMI, In yield, until; in a few year grapefruit! ,and ether in the West, < 0_ LOG CHAIN.GANTSH0OKS.' : TONGS, .
i( the crop from one tree le-simply inv apples '' I/o/ ,EVERYTHING FOR THE J,' Houses rented. ,
mauls. ,It ia easily grown, and easily wants more t, SAWMILL Taxes paid and Titles ver-; ;
Mr. Smith to
s handled, and altogether ia one of the see peoplein H.E.BAILEYPainting:
WeftS gar med for residents.
4 4f -ralnoable of 'Florida devote attention to the non- >
South moat Florida. plant prodacta guava, for.he. says, it ia one of the and Paper Hanging .4 -' Itillese,_ s. .t>H Fire, Life and Accident Ih..;"

n The jelly is fast becoming a favorite most valuable, one t>t the most productive INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY surance.
delicacy wherever tried, and this and one of the most satisfactory Indemnity Bonds.
\ A
21 Mabbette Street.
I j f la weirUlnstraVBd by the fact that two crops that can be raised in the

wean ago I began making pure guava state. 29-tf
I '1: jelly in my kitchen, on a small scale,
' and last year I made and sold two .
4 } t M carloads, with a demand for more.
t; This year I shall double my output." CARSON: FAR 2ERINB IIMIII 11IIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iiniin S. II. BULLOCK'
i t G Mr. Smith makes a specialty of jellyfrom .
: D .A CE -
? the pure fruit jUices and granulated -
+ '' sugar, and said that the addi- "
tion of lemon, ginger, or any other Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency REAL ESTATE
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flavoring spoils the guava delicacy mmm %mmm %%m%%

I} .L. TOE HARDNESS OF WATER. State Bank Building. Look These Over !I INSURANCEExamination

l of Titles
i. ; Here is a fact which i. probably a

t' , novel to the average man who has not
spent much of.his life thinking about Specialty.
r f q f motor speed boa.... This is what we
if. may call the hardness of waterwhen D. G. WflGHEB$ INSDBOHGESncceuer ROBlGY. Corresoondence Solicited.C.W.GRIFFIN.
:,.r i I':'. a boat is running at speed Water .. ...
at 50 miles an hour is not the limpid --- t.
f'I;I liquor we are accustomed to bathe in. to Arthur E. Donef Agency t

;)j. G:, If you put your arm overboard from Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246

\'k'' "r '' a hydroplane running at 60 miles FOR SALE.-...56 Acres of land less than 200 yards from school d
.i, ;,t' an hoar and strike a wave crest the V
L probability is that you will break General Insurance Easiness, repreaestls: Use strongest aDd moat and church, just across the road from town cites, !1/4 of a mile of depoton
your arm or wrist, because a W that, main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway, about 6 acre cleared
speed the water ha. not time" to give Reliable companies. and fenced, partly planted to young grove. This tract! fortunately is a V Staple and Fancy6OCRIfS

not.striking even it time is like to string 1)ape-and)so much -We will continue the Business of the, Arthur'E. Donegan Agency -- greAt combintion has bay-head and nice on one corner,and.
tote '
metal. some of the finest muck land for trucking found in the country.
without Your
change- patronage is respectfully solicited. I
lta the great hydraulic mining noxUe -
where a stream of ,water under , Some good pasture land about 25 acres of splendid citrus fruit I

;' enormous head, is used to wash down. land. This property being so convenient to school church and ship- I

f ping facilities with some start already toward improvement makes it Free Delivery to all Parts

streams-w1; ut being valuable. Price a little less than $40 per acre with !/4 cash, balance of tile CityQRAYSTONEJ

l . to penetrate the water. The stream from one to ten years, at a low rate of interest.
pfeIf is like a bar of iron. The fact that IDEALFERTILIZERS
k .' V water at relative speed is so hard-or We have a client in the north who is a traveling man, that has 80 ...
:il I that its inertia is so great, to be a little acres of good land in Reno County Kansas, all fenced and in cultiva- I ---- --

Vg ti I'1.' more accurate-is the reason why tion and planted to crop, one-third of crop goes to the owner. Encumbered : "
'' j a skipping. stone travels over the surface '
? for $700. Price $40 Want to trade the
per acre. equity
and is the reason why a hydroplane I
.S r ( boat slides over the surface instead I for truck farm in Osceola County. Full particulars to interested par ;

S' of plowing its way through. r ties.
a )t The picture we must have in our t ia
minds, then, of a speed boat Is that it Have many other properties of an" cripljons at reasonable ; OPEC AU TIE YEU
i' is traveling not in water, as we ordinarily prices. -
; S understand it but over the surface Best'aud Cheapest ;, New .and tor second-hand.ale from anlomebilee 1100 to-
I
v D of-a semisolid, very much as a : ",0410. at Qraystona Om.rf.ft
,, t C sled travels over snow. .The hardnessof V For 4 Baaaar.N. .
water at 60 miles an hour we might I ; ; w. nURIIAI, Pl.., R.I, NITH. lip.e '
.v V compare with the :hardness of cheese
at rest Exchange. I
- GROVE 'J
h'' (i' GARDEN .- /
.Ilavin: .discovered a good way fa /
r .' take/stains .out of'Jricker. chairs (land I .. ..... e.odee.e.i
,tables,:I.}'sssIt on to others. I use FIELD
t' oxalic-,acid,'v and with an old toothbrush I'' LEWIS O'BR AN
." :- '. dipped ,in this' I brush' the' a /
iIV t
ataloed parts-well. Then I rinee the \ NELSON REALTY CO. : ATTORNEY AT LAWPECIALIZINQ,
article thoroughly 1 first in clear Warm I

'"water.and 'then in cold.. Be sure to Wilson & Toomer FertlHzer'Go. : :\ IN
iw destroy /'tb.. brush after using, aa /

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)' lit THE DISTRICT : -'o ioi 'JJfoF 'Li r' "" -
? UNITED COUNT OPTHM : i'i.i''St is ertio'riat. Rsiairnsfto'the \

'Gurgt/0n / Notice i. h- ei-ATR msvrnicr lit AND or rOsfTJHS. .. "': ; ;;-: ; A r Appointment: f Commtealvoea Officers: .1 iiI cAitEL-
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tbk\ 'MIJ'I'HIllaJif rLOR.In
Fbonei ai ven "on Mon v1N a 'I: pft of the the state Mllltla: ,i .
day: Aug+'\\iat the :;1 Row team = t>e Constitution of US .Be It Resolved I by the Legislator. 01 -,
Offiee,197 Elartmin.e' loth. A. .D. 1M4, Ban"napte BabkruDi' ln Btate "or Florida, did pass three' Joint the,State of Flrlda ? HEK'f A 1BEI IERf.REMIYTaking
the
undersigned will To eridltors:. Resolutions propo.tagamendments to That the following amendment to
Florid.TjB. apply to -A1* ) of Bos
the Oraver
8''v. ? of
BeL j ... ernor of go, .Klsslmmee. Oso.ola'County the Coastitatioa.f.ths atate of Flor- ftvetloa if of Article IV .of the Constltutloa .. .
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. Florida- for letter 'patent )Spiel aforesaM a beltkeopl.ttoU1 ..and Ida and the same were agreed to by a of the state of Florida Is -
---:: the "* '. ...'' by yen that. the I. TOt. of thres-flfths ofd that. members hereby. agreed te-. and shall b. sub calomel is mighty risky'Smdoften
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SIMPSOtfDENTIS1V "*""* '. o w r I II ft iiirrifli, tlss said elected to each 'house the votes mitted to the electors of the State for .
the Dim
following i. true Grave. w duly eu-a.id ''Joint oi"Mon were entered .dOrtion. or rejection at the neat gen> times: dangerous.tYon .
.copy, the orig- ? .djtldged bankrupt*1 their respective Journals ... , ,
Ins l of and that the nrst meetlnc-af ala upon. l..rs&ftep-4-bat-i-io say.. pythtjgjgt alojwlthout taking -
said rsdU
charter being toga witkud .t... and that Section 1< of Article IV shall be
now'on.file wlI *. bald at the court nous* '*. r 'calomel yourself, glvlrif ,_ .1';
In the they the amended 'so as to read follows .
Upstaifi In Kali": Bulldinjr.onriCB : . secretary of state's ofttce:1: Au..t JUaalmm., UH... Florida' at '10, on o'clock.the Brst.. day.of Joint ResolutonabtVbm tt -Sea Is The Govtrnop as shall appoint l f your family, when yon can gel a remedy : "

C. A. CARSON oh' tlm. the ...ltora A. a4teid.Moo' at the electoos of the State at tbe General all eo_ .81.......< a. 4012 ". prove their, may Election/ In November If 14. Militia laoluding an adJ.ta t .ft..al Uver Tone Is /
[ claims.
HOURS: : 8. L. ; -appoint a trusts an agreeable vegetable,,
Lupler H. Crawford for the'
1.30: t s:50 p, m. examine the bankrupt, and NowTherefore, I. Clay Stale, with sank brl.a4Jer r '
Telephone No. 1ft Jun 6. in91R. W. C. BASS/ such 'other business .., transact Secretary of 8tate'ot' the State of Florida general who shall w chief of staff, .liquid that-starts'the' liver to action
R L. LESLEV come, before the said meetingTampa may /properly do hereby rive notice that a Gen n The duties and compensation of all i just as surely as calomel doe. Bat ,
J. Fla. July JOth. 114. eral Election will be held In each county officers so appointed shall bs fixed by unlike Dodcson'a. Liver
D. WOODBECK, wal.'. In'Florida on Tuesday next sueoeedlnfr law. The terms of office of all commlsloned stimutat. Tonal;
W. CARBON G. H. PRATHER. Referee In HUNTER, the Bret Monday In November. offloers of the organised mil does not the liver too much,

W. B. MAKINSON. BankruptcyN.hfe' IL.- IX 114, the said Tuesday feeing the itia shall be continuous the, It> gtTes;relief'gently.-: Calomel acts) E
DEliTISlOfficei . ; third day of November for the ratification please of'the. Governor subject '
j S. H. BULLOCK/ f AmlleXl.a for Tan Dee' suoh .laws ; to so strongly that fit may leave- you jt 1
Under BeetieM or rejection of the aald Joint as may bs the
H. R. MAY tatsrtea. .., de' .ere....and.< FI.err.,..u..._..... Resolutions proposing amendments te Legislators providing for their. retirement worse than you were at first;and cJoJmel i

oyer-Coio'sl Jewelry Sure D. G. WAGNER . . the .Constitution of the State of Flor foi; age or.other causes.Iteeelstlea... also sometimes causes salivation.

Office Hoars: 8-12,1-6 W. :J. SEARS, e Robereon.Notice is purchaser hereby .oft. that Tred ,. ida A "Joint..: "Resolution,. proposing' an ti ;-:""-' Dodson's Liver Tone works,well and t

Office phone 158Residence" R. T. BUTLER, No. *... dated the Mb day of May certificate A. IX Amendment to Section BUt It)., of Ar- 4'Jai.t .. never'harms. .

?3 J. W. PRENTIS 1JJ4, h.. filed said certificate in n r tloe Slate (I) of the Constitution of ion Proposing An Amendment to Sec, A .large bottle' of Dodson's--,Live'
bae the of Florida, relating to Coun t One- of"Article V of the Consti '
made application for Tone is sold for fifty cents by>> J. Z.
LEWIS
Gss administered for extraction of teeth O'BRYAN. Tax oeb.d to Issue In accordance ty Officers. tution, Relating' to the Judiciary .
. law. Said certificate embraces the with fol Be It resolved by the Legislature of Be It Resolved by the Legislature of Roberson. It always has given .such,

PROPOSED CHARTER. lowing d.rlbed'prop..rty situated In the State following : the Stats of Florida: perfect satisfaction that your money ,
Osoeola County, Florida That the amendment TO That the following amendment to back with smile '
to-wlt WlU be to
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kR. H. S. GEIGER .-i : Lot number (I) of Fred RobersOn's: Section Six (t) of Article Bight t/>. Section One of Article' V of the Constitution given you
KISSIMMEE ATHLBTIC of the Constitution of the State of Is if; buy a bottle and art not perfectlyj -
PIIY..CJAJIfD BTJCitizens ASSOCIATION Subdivision of Lot ID of >Section I'. hereby agreed to and shall you /
Bank Building Township II, Ran re 11. Town of-Nar. Florida la hereby agreed'to and shall be proposed and submitted to the electors satisfied with It,In 4veryway,
themselves oed do hereby associate coo..... be submitted to the electors Of the ot the State for approval or rev '. '
Kisslmraee, Flotlda tosether f'r the purpb.. of Tb. said land betas assessed at the held. at the general'elecUon to be Jectlon at the next'general election +". '
b..oomlnf, Incorporated under the law. date of Issuance of such certificate In on the first Tuesday In NovemberA. hereafter that : 'say said Section NO MORE JAILS FORt v 13 -

Phones: Office 291 or 64 to a known ae the: p1ISS1MMEE ATH the name of Alfred William. Unless D. 114. for ratification or rejection One of said l rreo .halt ba amended NAVY' DESERTERS '
= said certificate shall flection t. The Legislature shall proVide so .. to read as follows; .
Residenea, 265. 1..1,. law LETIC. ASSOCIATION the :to law tax d .dre.sm' Issue according for, the election by tbe qualified Section 1. The Judicial power of the .
f. of Florida and the following propall..d thereon on the XInd day of August. A. elector. In each County of the followIn Stale shall be vested In a Supr.me -
charter, via: D. 1914. *; county officers: A Clerk of the Court Circuit Court., Courts of Record Washington.-Abolition of Imprisonment f

r tionrtshall 1 be KISBIMMEELbATHLETIC Witness my hand and official seal at Circuit Court, a Sheriff Constables. a of Bscambla County Criminal Court. for desertion from the navy in ;

Klsslmmee City Florida, this find day County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Col County Courts. County Judges and Justices times of was ordered by Secretary ;
M. RIVERS, M. D. ASSOCIATION, and Us principal place of July A. D. lilt 1.ctor.-a..Superintendent of Public Instruction . of the Peace and such other Courtsor peace
rn X of builness I shall be In KIsslmmeeT Os J. I.. QVKRSTREET. and a County Surveyor The Commissions ..the Legislature may Daniels.. JBluejackets who now ;' ;
.i ceola county. Florida but the board of Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County, term of,office of all County officers from time to time e PHYSICIAN and SURGEON .lre5V.r, may establish branch offlc Florida. mentioned in this Section/ shall bs torOler.TP The Legislature may prescribe the breaches of discipline will bt dismissed
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.r places from time to time a. (Seal.) M-4t four that of County As compensation of the Justices and
Office/ over Osceola Pharmacy may be d..lr..d. .' and County Tax Col Judges of the several courts. but no summarily: inv ad of being sent" to

Article 2. The. the NOTICE TO CBEDITORS. lector who shall be' elected for two court heretofore established under the prison, while men vhA become dll-
t Residence 63 business to be transactednby said cor fears: until at the general election to I nstltutlon and laws of Florida shall satisfied and want to quit; have '
PHONES: r omce 148 egterprlees be e athletic I. C..rt e f vents ..
and of all kind.: to Flerlde-Oseeels) C..17.. and after which they shall be elected an honorable discharge by merely refunding 1'

ac purchase.:alga" a ndh equipment u. ,_ra. therefor*, ..!.:...*..!.:; -lor to atn-buy.. 10 In re al. .Estate Credltors... of C Legatees F. Prevail.Dislrlbuteesand Sr.. duties for a term and of compensation four years Their shall go..era. I The votes cast In compliance with .. certain enlistment allowances.*. i i
]letlc shall; said proposed amendments, and thecanvass
purposes} or any legitimate amusement all Persons having; Claims or l>e- scribed by law, The Legislature .
WINN'' enterprises' to build acquire and mends against said Estate: provide by law for the W.L. maintain baseball, football and basketball You. and each of you are hereby notified tody of all County funds. and shall shall be subjected to the same SPILLS;
parks, and athletic. fields for the and to present any i provide the method" of reporting; and regulations and restrictions as are ,{JHICHESTER
PHYSICIAN promotion of all manly sports: to build claim. and demands which you. or paying out all such funds provided by law forCen..ral elections BAIIBk J.t ) 1
or acquireand gymnasiums Provided County Treasurers elected1n' .n the State of Florfda. 2.N1Mt aK rM.pr.
running tracks either of have against I the '
Office 2nd Floor Willson Building. employ .. four field athletics, estate of C you.F. may Prevatt, Sr.: deceased, General Election held In 1914 shall i In Testimony hand Whereof and affixed T have the hereuntoset Great t"U"a4.aeaa..s..1 Is ... lieU -II O '
to athletes to participate in late of Osceola County. Florida to the holf Office for the term elected. my ....... .LC ash bw aMA.a 1 :
Rra1Dr:lc. PBONB: 83 KismitBES: such events and to enter Into Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee .. ..
OrriCB Pro N. VI FLOBISA. for employment with contracts undersigned administratrix of said estate A Joist Resla same a. deemed V--t.
within two years from the date .
ty-flfth day of July. A. D 114 IA LtaANa' ,
advisable, to promote amusements of hereof :; r _.___......rl.he': ,
all kinds for the welfare of the com Dated July 22nd A. D 1914 Proposing an Amendment to Section H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
munity; to lease or purchase property SARAH A. PRBVATT. 16. of Article IV of the Constitution of Seat) Secretary of Btate. 5010 ftT DKUGGISTS EYERnIIIUII'r ;
for the promotion of the various
"IT D. GEIGER. pur- Administratrix . ..
sellisable Z. F. KRIBBS. -
1l. anealienfsame If d cemed . .
and Attorney for Estate l-8t
ATTORNEYATLAWOffice to have, hold acquire and enjoy all e1ti
other proper powers and things as shall REGISTRATION NOTICE.

State Bank Building be for consistent the conduct necessary and operation or expedient of the Notice is hereby given that the reg 1ti

Kissimmee. Florid I various enterprises. or generally to be istration books for Osceola county will
vested with and have all the powers be t open for the registration of voters

granted granted to or corporations which may for hereafter profit under be on the first Monday in August and PROGRESSIVE !

tin I laws of the state of Florida. will remain open till the second Saturday

GEO. F. PARKER Article 8. The period of existence of in October. The books will be
this corporation shall be ninetynineyears
unless. sooner dissolved accordIng open at, my office on Main streetC. 1 i
Altorn y.at.LaW. to law. W. GRIFFIN,

Article 4, The amount of capital stockof 30-3t Supervisor of Registration.
Collections and Conveyancing
this corporation shall be five thousand I r
Specialties. ((15000) dollars, to be divided I Into s
ADMINISTRATION.
five hundred ((600) shar.H of the par Business
112% Broadway. value of ten (110) dollars each
stock subscribed for shall he sold Any by la Florida(onrt of OMt-ola the ;o;(;'o.aty.;T Judge, State of People

the directors from time
to' time as the
Estate of Enos L. Cole. Dy the Judgeof
KRIBBS same may be needed The capital stock said Court:
G j.j.F may be paid for In
property labor or Whereas If E. Cole has applied to ., .
service at valuation
a Just to be filed
this court for letters of administrationon
ATTORNEY'AT LAW KISSIMMEE. FLA. by the Incorporators or by the directorsat
: the estate. of E"oll'L. Cole, deceased
a meeting called for that purpqse late of said county of Osceola
;
Examination of Titles a Specialy Article 6. The business affairs of this These are. therefore cite and admonish -
corporation shall be conducted by a all and the kindredand i Yt
Notification and payment T>1 taxes of board of directors of not less than five singular
creditor of said deceased to be
non-residents given careful Article 6. The annual meeting of the and appear before thl4 court ' You

attention. stockholders shall be held at the prln- fore the.6th day Of August A.nDrl'I" .
"I pal office of this .
corporation on thefirst /
and Ale objections, If any they have, If
Monday of January of each and I to the granting of letters of administration J/oO/
G. P. Garret every year ctJ which meeting there on said estate otherwise the. /"
Josnston shalbe and from
Pat by the stockholders
same will be granted to said H. E. Cole, ,
GARRETT a board of directors. for the ensuing to other fit ,. . n
or
JOHNSTON &: or some person personsWitness
year. The board of directors so county Judge of .

J Attorneys at Law the elected-.ham adjournment meet of I rsl: meeting tt of the county my aforesaid name a.this* the Id day of . : ---IN. : : ;T1

July A. D. 1914. .
Offices 10, 11 &: 12 the stockholders,'and shall organize by T. M. MVRPHY ; : .
+
.
electing from their own number a pre. County Judge, .
Citizens Bank Bldg., ISeal.) 4
dent, vtos-presldent. secretary and w Sv4f : ''' 'e
Kissimmoo. Florida. .-* r._ but",the same person may I
hold the office of secretary and treas ORDER FOR PUBLICATION.Clreali : : l

; urer.Article .T.: The- said corporation 'I snail* Cumrt' ,_Bta. 'of. ,Florida Sev- (

LOOTS O.HAMS, y. "CIOII.w.aIJIW adopt an appropriate seal and shall ,I., e ... : \
Jmitvtml Oseeola
the ath Clrealt ( "
Late Counsel. Joda-eof Court oP :- for the government of Is Ckaaeeryv' .,' 'T 1 K'Iff"S" S. IPM"M.e..E' .
Comm.fASEY Criminal l't. affairs | ,
Florida R. R. not Inconsistent I with I Its ;John McNeil Complainant, vs. Laura
& WARLOW articles of Incorporation and the lawsof McNeal. Defendant 5
of Florida ,
: the state which It appearing by affidavit appended'to '
be amended
may or repealed a. may be the bill Idled In the above-stated .
In said ;
AND COUNSELLOS provided by-lavu. -
ATTORNEYS; caue that Laura McNeil the defendant ,
At LAW Article 8. Thehighest' amount of In.debtedness therein named. resident. of the state of
or liability to which tills Florida, but that her actual postofflce
Practice all the Courts of the "Ute.snd of. corporation shall at any time be subjected address Is unknown and that she
also before the f lOIWa Railrr Is the sum of 'five thousand 1. Public Taxes ,
ttte Paid|
United 841. Inte..tete CemmerwCommh.Im1 over the age of twenty-oiM years; It EGGERSGLUESS RIEnEL.Notary O. K. BAKERY: J .1
d
.d Oomml.aloa. and the ($6000) .
.IIU't\I therefore ordered Article 9. \ the first election of A
E. A. NI
be. she I., hereby required .1D17.., ,
and .
ORLANDO. FLA. officers the business of this corporation Is Your Home Insured If Not +
11-H CBABXBSTOM Buoo to appear to the bill of filed Carpenter and Repair Shop
at I srr .shall be conducted by the following In said cause on or before Monday, the Why Not. Call on Bed Band Brand Candy r
lamed W J. Bears, ,
D. a persons:. vice-president: I president and J, W Sd day allegations of August. of said A D bill 1814 will otherwisethe be takenas Inside Furnishings, Screening ADROUGHT.. ISc per Ih.

JOHNSON Prcntfe. secretary and treasurer. and confessed. by said defendant.. and Cabinet Work __ Insurance Agency Y I
ANDREA
.
the board of directors shall be com.IIO..d Room 7 State Bank Bldg.
It Is further ordered that this orderbe Our Specialty. Guaranteed Per,. '
of Arthur E Donenran C. A. Careon
AT L wWflactice published once a week for four consecutive Phone 292. k
1'. ....ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR S, L. Iu pt..r. W C. Baas E. L. Lesey weeks In The Klsslmmee Val- .
in all Courts J. D. Woodbeck. O H. Prather W Icy Oasette, a published In r1
newspaper -
B, MaHnim. S. If OullocK, H P May,
Stat nd Federal I>. 0 Wagner W. J. Sears J. W. P>en- said This county and 9d 1914.J state. J. W. PRENTIS WATERS A CARSON GROCERY

Offl Broadway tie. R. T Butler and Lewis O'Bryan. July' 1. OVERSTREET W. B. MAKINSON CO.
adjoining
,o
x
Ki'I<.lmmee. The Raid officers shall adopt temporary Seal Clerk Circuit Court Co.
Cltlzena Bank bv-laws until the first annual meetingof ( ) Pianos, Organs Talking Machine,
By JAMES M. JOHNSTON
Hardware Cutlery BoatEverything
the stockholders Deputy Clerk Sewing Machines. ,
Article 10. The names and residences LEWIS O'BRTAN. to Beat.DANNS '
of the subscribers to these articles of Solicitor for Complainant zg-4t Broadway. Supplies /andMachinery. .
incorporation. together with the num-
her of .shares of the capital stock subscribed ORDER FOR PUBLICATION (

H. JENKINS by each, set opposite his name Clre.lt Ce State .f Florida. B..vesttk
-p. J.i >s>rt. NELSON REALTY CO. .
arenas folows: "....... Clrralt _.1. tm.t?. W. G. HANKINS *
SURVEYOR' No of !. Ckaaevry. O. F. BASS, .
Name vand Residence Sharesur of Complainant, vs. f Ave.
City Darlington
SJ. Donegan. KI..lmm"7-- Wellford- :'WI'-D.. : Adding Machines and Contractor In J
,
FlaDR C. A. Carson Kfselmmee.-y.-- BB
Fri t.rnity Hall Kissimnjee. _._____ 5W It appearing by affidavit appended to
L Lupfer ssimmee-* Properly Sold OB
filed the cause
the bill In above-stated Typewriters Plain and DeceraUro t
C Klsittmmee___ .. SK
.'L. Lesley r Klssfnvnee, .,__:::::::_. f that therein Wellford named Is Addis a non-resident'the defendant of the . Commission. Painting and Paperhanging

_.______ BQ
Klsnmmee.
J. D state of Florida and Is a resident. of For Bale
H. Prather Klsstmme ______ ___ B the city of Washington District of BIS Spronle Ave. Phoae IT.
JL J. BICKS W. B. Maklnson Xlsslmniea _-:..___ B Columbia, over the age of twen .
__ __ _
H. Bullock Klsslmmee 6 r
s. n. It Is therefore ordered DEPARTMENT STORE. ;
Physicianand H R. MayKlsaimmee-_,?___ > --_ | that won non.j-ealdent[ defendant be D. G. MKAY REAL ESATE DIXIE '
D. O. _.______>- '-to" THEATER
Is .
vJ and hereby required appeartothe
.. Surgeon W. Boars KI..lmm.n_____- tths1 *
bill of m In said cause Dry Goods,c e.: AGENCY
J. W. Prentls Kissimmee--_ Monday'I the Tth of "CooI.aeall.eo.tcwtaW.Faraiahd.c. : .
before
day
Office Phone'State R. T. Butler Klsalanmee_____________ 9 on ie>ember or D 114. otherwise the allegaHons -

Bank Bid. Office 41-Re 40 Lewis 'Bryan KI..lmm.n.n B rot bill f will be taken as .. . Graystone Block High Oass Entertainments
In witness whereof we have hereuntoset confessed by said defendant.

our hands and seals this. 9th day of It I. fxTMher ordered that this orderbe Soil Land Commission '
July A. D.1914., publlshedSqnce a week for four consecutive 5e and lOc Store on Third Floor. Anywhere on Only. ,1,17r
r weekfeOn the Klsslmmee Valley

J. W. ThompsonFUNERAL State of Florida County of Osceol; _..' Qasette. a newspaper' published In ,
> said County and S e. . '
On this 9th day of uly. jC D 1S14. r
before mo Ruth Thomas, a notary public This July *0th. Jll > COLE A..UNLEY E. E. MAGEE
In and for the state of Florida atlarll" J. L. OVER TREET. J. D. CLARK .
'", personally appeared D. Q Warn Seal) Clerk Crccult Court Carpenter and BuilderJob -
Prentla and Lewis O'Bryan, LEWIS O'BRYAN. Jewelers and
,, J. W. Solicitor for Complainant -.Z1-7t Real Estate Broker Optometrists t
of the Incerporators well' known
DIRECTORand hire
I 1- Work
,o me and known to me to b. ,the persons and General... Repairing 1
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. Broadway.
who signed the forefrolns'proposedcharter Saw
of the KISSIMMEE ATHLETIC la Clralt C.."" State .f Florlia. Bveath .. 26 Brosdway. Filing ,

LICENSED EMBALMER ASSOCIATION, and who after being; Jadlctal ('.......t. Ose* la V..y.Complainant. 15 Dsrlfagton. A... ,
duly sworn each for himself deposes Chaaeery.' .,
and says that they signed the foregoing Laura B. O'O'BryanT- 'vs .....-

proposed charter of th'L KISSIMMEE George R. Green et al.. Defendants.It C. STANFORD CO. C. F. 'DIBBLE & SON f '. '
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION for the purposes appearing by affidavit appended to / T. R. ELUS ,
and uses therein expressed. the bill filed In the above-stated cause ./ H'
Store and Chapel, Stewart ATO.l. liven under. my hand and official seal that Green and L. F. Green Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes, Electrical Contractor
his 9th day of July. A. D. Itl4 the defendants therein named are residents Fancy GroceriesPhone ..y

.> 88JOBII. FLORIDA (Notarial RUTH THOMAS of the State of Florida and that / J Water .
Light
( Seal. ) Notary Public the actual place of residence Is un FnrnishiiigSsand and Collector 3Y

State of Florida.My known. over the age of twentyoneyears 154. ... .
commission expires April 11 1117.k : It Is therefore ordered that '. Notions Phone 220 8 DarllngtosvAra.
said non-resident defendants be and

When in Need of a NOTICE) OF EXECUTOR FOR FINAL are hereby required to appear to .. \
DIS<:HARGE. I the bill of complaint filed in said I ..,
VETERINARY SURGEONCall cause 'on or before Monday the '. DUTTON.HARRIS CO.
ERNEST L. GREEN
September, A. D. WENNER-SAWYER
For- .. Cosirt ef the Coaa'.r "..g.* State .< wise the allegation of bill-Will betaken 1

A. F. RICHMOND Inlfn Fl.rI.Estate. of .yea Edward. Frank' It Is.confessed farther orderd by .am.this defendant.order :. Shoes ' Sign Writer and Decoratiro :.f.; y..

Loughman Road Osceola Coun be published one a week for four consecutive Book and. Stationery r Painter : ;
te :
all
whom
Notice Is hereby riven weeks in the Klsslmmee 'Val. /
Phone 121-8 Kisslmiaso, Fla It. may concern that on the Id day of Oasetta/ a. newspaper..published .In D1\ ' November. A. D. 1914 we shall apply to said County and "State +. 10<' Broadway .
k the Honorable T M. Murphy IudS.'of This July's Ittb 1114. ', .114 Broadway. Phone 283.' t',
4
1 said ,""ourt. as Judge of aAnal J. L. OVRR8TREET' -
discharge as c t'atl'' ee- (Seat) Clerk Circuit Court . -- ..,. ..,
No tate of Charles Edward de B7' NAMES Id P.. H. LAWSON '
.,SigShy57"Ns ceased and that at the same time we . . ,} OHNSTCNrk. Get ., Cakdies-Freah From tt*. NE*,* SEC ND.BND'sT. >I", fi'
will present our: final accounts as executors : :. LEWIS BRIAN .
apedoDifop'MAUR'A : of said estate, and ask for their II; . :J..E. Mnllrtialr.; Prop. !
is.pneerlptla pnpend --- Solicitor Complainant.tl4t .. *$,i PCANDTt$1TCHEIf _4 Cj "
.
'- 1M' CHILLS r YERFie. ap itvA :'i. r'D: 1/j1.:. [.. CuIa Stem *t '. :F..ernt-ItI-IJna.wa7.;:'
A .
3Ia: b"
a lib oses will break any .l M b 1 hr Izor.tl to tb.:Pa1.'aeiaThe < : :" n ;! a "_ '<, ti. ..- .* M Broadway ,. owi __ ;
. t"
If/
;If I take the as a donate the P.../thrill Sot &LS.A.. <)!...yFRdNKLIx/. '. Old Standard Sonera, -st'a' ,. ...,: ., '\i- , 1 : 7 .- -- .,) ewart-Ave."Peitja'4. J *.;.

the lITer tterJIa.; ... IIx.cut:: GB.OVB TaSTBXKSacMll TONIC, , 'Al )f.C How*, Prop. -Decidedly a:>ARIETT 8ts .
It .
ratnra.. acts a* ".tI.l. 10 \ r
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." ekkee..35f' O'f'l', ....."" ,po Malarla..srlcbets bbededbrikb.p lh.sa j Broadway.' ,. .:: .. . . ; W. Ii : ,K, I' :
CeiofBel. and doe aottripoov. .. rtAtt rJl""=, a Us*.... .lest teats, For edvUs asxl chudss.c 50o ,i I. 1 I y
I" .... y r -'--.- ,' : _. "co t , !!0'. ,f J!. .H Il . ...

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d i : uIYT I'M GONNA. Show THAT. .. t*. ovv HAS GorvAY v+foMANIYOuR KYU DAttp, you wAl a iuTO rTHB

I j Wtpt'o' MINC THAT SMt CANT SE A DUDE IN' SI I OF TYRANNY ARE I PARtOR; IN Y01KiSHtR'YSt.EgVES !
MARC I *
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B t : ;.' I; Greatest- Treasure Ship ': BULKHEADING REPORT r GUN TOTER GETS $200 SCHNARR'S Insecticide SPRAYKills -

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every/ Whltefly Larvae, Scale. Ruit-Mlte. and Red Spider that are
tit l[ f Of Any Time Escapes SHELVED BY COUNCIL FINE OR FOUR MONTHSJudge hit Removes sooty mold and Insure. healthy tree. and bright fruit.
:: :Is Stat ARpnts,; ag!for''nle Bean for Niagara nd"Nlafrara Brand Power Soluble'SulphurJ. Sprayers. and. Hand Pumps. Also

.A -- SCiU' Atilt f COMPANY ORLANDO, FLORIDA.
1 I The I .1rkB.rr'a l.....U..I... Will Nat lajnrc} ere WhlteSJr F..a-l.
bulkheading committee's favor- T. M. Murphy
; \ Bar n.rbor.t..inp.!\ AUK. 4.--Th. a ,gleam: of light,: betrayed he whereabouts presided evera
i f' North German-Lloyd steamer Kron- I Her four stout stacks had able report regarding: lake front im special session of the county court
she I held Tuesday of this week, to he<**
prinzestln Ceceilo. carrying) more than j resembled an English .steamshIP. provemenr as published in the ttOcCoooOOOOOOO
,'l 910,000,000 in gold and whose 'where.rr 'been tipped with black paint so that the case of A. J. Wright, charged i
ValleyGazette recently, was submitted :;.
v'' abouts have been more or less of a At one time capture seemed immi- 1 with carrying concealed weapons. ONION SETS
; ? mystery since she sailed from New nent. Captain Charles Polack reported to the city council in sesion Tues- Wright plead guilty and was fined
: 4 York last Tuesday, arrived in the on Sunday that he had intercepted !: day night. The report was read and '$200 and cost- or four months in jail. Now is the time to begin planting Onion Seta. Considering: the
..s harbor here today. a wireless mesage,: from one French I accepted without comment, the committee I Without unexpected aid comes the present prices of Onions, there is every indication that they will be an
w The Cecelie droped anchor at >r. vessel to another giving warning of '1 i fine will not be paid. exceedingly profitable crop to plant. .
o'clock this morning,: after a forced the Cecelie's proximity; but under the i discharged,: and the report filed 'I marshal that Wright is a deposed We Quote: Qt. Pk. Bu.
I for future consideration. of the of Homestead in Crystal Wax Bermuda .___._ .20 1.00 3.75
town
y run of four days, her officers fearing,: protection of a providential fog the h
4 capture. N.orth German-Lloyd lines escaped.A I I Dade county, and Sheriff Ingram had White Bermuda _.. .20 .90 8.50
With her cargo of ten millions in ,group: of financiers on board offered A petition signed by the mayor and 1 information from the authorities of Red Bermuda .20 .90 3.50 ..
i Void and a million +n silver consigned to boy the ship and sail her un- I other prominent citizens some of that county that he was wanted on White Silver Skin _.___,_____ 15 .75 2.76
.. to French and English,: bankers der American colors. But to all pro- I' whom are auto owners and others who I the charge of embezzling. Telegrams Yellow Danveri _,_._ .15 .75 2.60
and with on estimated value of posals the captain replied that his are not, was presented to the council from, both the mayor of Miami and the White Multiplier ________._ .15 .85 3.B5
over. five. millions herself the Kron- duty was", spelled by his orders from 1 asking for the repeal of that part of I sheriff of the county asked that the Parcel Post rate Per Quart, 6c; Per Peck, 20c.
) prinzessin Cecelie has constituted i Bremen, which instructed him to turn 1 the traffic 'ordinance requiring prisoner be turned over to them as Write for fall price list just issued. .
probably the finest sea prize ever I 1 back and save his ship. There was a I automobiles to carry tail lights. soon as the case against him in this KILGORE SEED COMPANYPlant
lit I was argued that the taillights settled.
1' to i county was
< open capture. > stampede for the wireless but the
,, And into the harbor under the cover I are of no special benefit to any- Wright had been in Tamp and City, Florida.
| captain announced no messages wouldbe one and are a nuisance to the auto tOoOO.O.O..OOOOOO.OOOOOOO 0 *
As she crept along the Maine coast I claimed to be on his way back to
;; of night each deck at every port hole I I sent for fear of betraying the :I I driver. After discusion the council Homestead when found here with a
> f was blanketed with canvas so that,not I ship's location. i i directed the city attorney to draft a gun on his person.

.. I| proper amendment to this ordinance
; and present same to council at its I


11'1': ; ; : French Airship Rams I next A request meting.from. the. *churches asking :0 4 OOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOO RUSSIANS-ENTHUSIASTIC. ** I Stanford's I Stanfo rd's I ,.


for a reduced water rates 'for the 0 St. Petersburg, Aug. 1.-Ger- .0-
; German Balloon; 26 Dead church buildings was granted. Be- 0 many's declaration of war against *
ginning with the next quarter the 0 Russia ha's provoked in the Rus-*
._
Our New Fall Winter
a r'At ---- churches wil be charged half the regular sian capital a wonderful demon- and Line of
JJ rate. 1 0 titration ef patriotic enthusiasm. *
; London.-According to a report received who fell 300 feet and was killed. S e 0 The German ambassador, Count FLORSHEI.Mand

'. i"'F here, Roland Garros, a French Berlin, Aug. 2.German troops today The sanitary committee reported I .0- Von Hourtales, at 7$0 tonight, *
\ "' I. avaltor. sacrificed his own life when fired upon and brought to eartha sanitary conditions in the city as being 4 in the name of his government, DOUGLAS
.: French flying machine near Wesel. I satisfactory. 0 sent to the Russian minister of *
lie dashed his dirigible against a German Wesel where the aeroplane was 0 foreign affairs official notifica-
'1 -' military that had cross- shot down, is about 140 miles from .0- tion of the declaration of war and .0-
\;+ ,I ,. :ed the border near Nancy. i the northeastern frontier of France. COMPLAINTS HEARD ON 0 two hours later an announcement *
}ii i't / The dirigible contained twenty-five Saturday night several other hostile O to this effect was made to the .0-
i II : men, and all are said to have been
aircraft in the Rhine
l were seen prov- 0 .+
'. people.
I I SHOES
dashed to death.
inces. One was observed flying from INCREASED VALUATION 0000000000000000000000..0'MEETING
10. <:: The Standard that
reports German Keprich; in the direction of Andernach, ,
.f''';' a'' '" 'kJ and French avaitors met in the air ten.miles northwest of'Coblenr. Others OF DIRECTORS. M
+ .. 1 during the at
engagement Logwy and : near Duere flying
\ ,, that-the Frenchman shot the German, in the direction of Cologne As last Monday was the thn L fixed{ Next Tuesday August 11. 'is the
I t" date for the regular meeting of the
'
? .r ',.. ",' by law for making complaints to directors of the Kisimmee Ice &: Cold Are how.here. They are just,the right Shoes for Men who.are particular -

: War Bulletins MARTIAL LAW DECLARED. 'f excesive tax assessments' the County Storage Co. All members of the board! about dress. They possess the three cardinal virtues that all

,tn.. The Hague, Aug. 5.-Martial law Commissioners in session at the courthouse are urged to be present as business of well made Shoes should have-quality, style, ease and qamfort., Come
i xr has been declared in al parts of Holland heard such complaint as were special importance will come up at and see them. .
', : RUSSIAN FRONTIER !It is i officially announced that forthcoming.J. this meeting. .
1 c PATROLS DRIVE up to the present tfme the Germanshave' C.Tisoa was the only property R. T. BUTLER, TilE FLORSHEIM. Shoe with the name woven' in .00'the
BACK not violaed the Dutch frontier. N. B. CARSON, President. strap and is your guarantee of absolute satisfaction $5
board
?' i I' GERMAN CAVALRY owner asking that to appear the valuation before on the real estate -, ecretar). 33-lt ______-________..______.___ '_______..__ __________
DESTROY FORTIFIED
TOWNS.
-
be lowered. lie considered that DOUGLAS SHOE.-A Shoe that is known from coast to
Warsaw, Ruasin Berlin Ausr 5.-(via London-)
a. Poland AUjf. 5.1.o1' his of coast for i
piece property was overvaluedno its style and durable quality $3.50
(Via London-Russian) frontier German warships have destroyed CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING
4' pa- some the board reduced the valuatipn $4.60 and _ .
!I' trois fortified towns and places for the ----?---------- -------
cavalry em-
from $1,000 to $800.
l ) s :fore ..themthave, crossed the eastern barkation of French troops on the
: M. L. Tindall. J. B. Tindall, F. H. !
a.. Prussian frontier of Lyk and Biala coast of Algiers ,
I Tiner A. E. Godwin and J. B. Tum-
sn1 and penerated ten miles into German i
PORT IS CLOSED. I blin complained that they were as- H. C. STANFORD CO.
R
;' territory.The :RUBsl.ns captured and burned London August 5.-The port of sessed for more cattle than they Five Cents Per: Line i, I
owned. The
I I assessment was made on
Southampton has ben closed to merchant '
the '
German railway stations at Borjemin .Each Insertion
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fifty head less in each
f I I vessels The American liner St. case except
and Biala'and
cut communica- i
1 that of A. E. Godwin's. His for I i I
j tion from Loui has 'been ordered to Liverpool. was
Lyk to Johannesburg the .
C two hundred head less.
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| -* WANTED-To rent, gentle saddle
t, t enemy failing back all along the frontier -
:-' >+<-+-:+)4 j .horse for lady, several times a week. <' f
f ,4 burning villages._ I : Address, "X, Y, Z," Care of Gazette. S
GERMAN; SHIPS ORDERED > UP GO FREIGHT RATESMR. i
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: J l, r! INVITED COOPERATION.u ,100- PORTS. I {j WANTED-Two good lien to solicit I The Place Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars '

t 'J. . London, Aug. 5.-Premier Asquith, 00- subscriptions for the Valley Gazette rTilE@
:'t' -r'; ,i' in _the house .of commons this after- I 100Wireless dispatches in code CONSUMER PAYS rtda's Greatest Weekly.

t "t' non. after giving,: a summary of war i,4 i have hoen tent to every' German I One can have the city territory, the .
,, .i / ''k. news already published, said that the i steamship now on the high seas f.f. Belgian] government had invited the | to make for the nearest American <- oooooo simmee. Liberal commission paid
H ,' ... cooperation of the French troops with j I4 or other neutral port with al pos- > 44 f b ,good: workers. Apply Gazette 1
: ,. "./" the Belgian army and had ,:rIven'or- i 4 sihle speed. ESTIMATE INCREASE OF i> Office. II )
f' .q derv' to the Belgian provincial ,governgr : I UMITSTORE. '
*> These orders reached New York 4 16000.000 IN ANNUAL <> r "
), :- not to regard the movements of from Berlin Sunday afternoon < 4 REVENUE OF RAILROADS. WANTED-We want a "live" man to

l i\\ t he rench_.troops-as. 8. violation- -i-! ..of--the..4 and such wireless stations as are < -t. '_ '' 'solicit subscriptions for the Valley
,t r, lroYtttcrAUSTRIANS : under German control have been v Increaser enu from new > Gazette-TIondaVXtreateBlrWeekryin
"- \J sending them out at intervals * rates desired by railroads east of the following-towns: Taft St. Saturday and Monday we are going to offer some of the biggest
DRIVEN BACK. ever since with orders that they * Chicago and north of the Ohio O Cloud, Bassinger, Kissimmee Park,
Belgrade, via London. A ig. 5.-The I be relayed until the Seven Seas* and Potomac rivers was estimat- O Whittier Haines City, Campbell, bargains ever put on sale In Kissimmee. Every article offered is all
Austrian attempts to cross the river have ben Informed. * ed at 50,000,000 yearly. Increases Narcoosee. Liberal commissions and than I
1 more represented honest in
Save at Avala, nine miles from Beliffrade fr * granted are estimated at between O paid to hustlers. Write, Kissimmee quality satisfying in service

h '\'( and Obrenovac, sixteen miles OOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. 4 $16,000,000 and $20,000,000. O Valley Gazette. and at a price you can't duplicate anywhere else in the city. If you
4; to the southwest, failed Monday. Set All Eastern -
railroads benefited .0-
e vian volunteers, crossed the river and VIGOROUS COUNTER ATTACK FOR SALE at a bargain. Lot 4, block have never l been inside of store '
1! because of their branch lines our come and see. That's all ask. W'You
in we
a J- :. ,'i, .hoisted the Servian flag at Delarme. Brussels, via London, Aug.,: 6.-Official oCo the Central State of In- .0- 63, Marydia subdivision. Address offer
r fi' -'. Servian officials express the opinion dispatches report that the Bel- O diana Illinois Ohio to Emmit Thompson, Inverness, don't have to buy unless you are satisfied Come Saturday-Come
Michigan, etc. I .
have repulsed all attacks by the Fla. 82-2t
that the of Austrian gians '
7 \111'v passage i of oCo Need of more revenue on all O Monday-Come all the time and
: r Germans in the neighborhood Liege. save money.
troops through Servian territory has I 4 Eastern
t delivered railroads admitted by <> WANTED-Orders for cypress elell''
l The Belgians a vigorous .
; {become impossible. : -
commission but railroads urged boxes: PrtceTTtjrht. Oacoala Lum
i counter atack, killing all the Germans
+: r ; 9 JAPAN TO |IELP ENGLAND. who had passed the forts. to save money by increasing pasO ber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf SATURDAY SPECIAL MONDAY SPECIAL
'' The fortifications afforded admirable senger rates, cutting of free services *
c '
4 "s /,l''Shana-hal, Aug. 6.-An official at German shells. *> arid changes in present sys- s> FOR RENT-Modern 6-room bun '
resistance to Evegnee wQ
'. Japanese consulate here said today tern of charging big shippers. in center of town. T. M. Murphy31tf. >RK SHIRTS made of extra Large roomy covered but-
9 1 that upon receipt of the first official fort, which was in action all -day, 0 0 quality shirting. all color, .fej.OC ter dishes at ______________ SrC Q
tt' was absolutely unharmed. The Belgian all slmes Big; value, at -- '
: of the of they
news beginning OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO..OO.OOO.Wa.hington.In Sugar bowls very pretty
;
r clash of arms between England and avaitors proved every whit: as FOR RENT-New six room modern Children' extra quality Ging dealgrn. at only __________" yCSyrup
?- .' would good as the Germans. Several civil a divided opinionthe Close In. A biff bargain.E ham School Dress. Just
< house.
., '.,i "With" 2ermany 10,000 men to attack Taing-Tfleet ians have been shot at Vise and the Interstate Commerce Commission .E. Wells, Real Estate and In- the thing for "school days" SOC ered with Pltch spring ri. lid neatly. mly coy-_ n-*C.
town has ben burned. granted some of the 6 oer cent freightrate
'
:' 'and 6,000more to relieve the British Clarence, 203 Broadway.FOR r I
?:.1; 801i.,at Tlen-Tsin and Peking. GERMAN PATROL ROUTED. railroads increases and denied asked others.by the Eastern Sterling Silver DinnenJUngs! assorted stones in beautiful.colors\ at lOc

.1&raUone/ for such action wereQtow-- Paris, Aug. 5.-It is stated Increases will in RENT-10 room house barn. and Vanity Bags'in German Silver :
that apply the territory at ..
." ;way.,he sald. Germans'' in Alsaoe areshooting i north of the Ohio and Potomac rivers garage; everything convenient" ; ---- ---- -------( ----________JQ

: t ., persons suspected of giving, Information l and from a vertical line drawn good location. 'Also 3 room cottage, Regular lOc Toilet!, Soap at ---- ;
i: >*,. ULTIMATUM TO ITALY. to the French. The mayor of ]j Buffalo and Pittsburgh west through far NELSON REALTY CO. -------------------------_______j 6e .1
as r
.;f"" r ,London, Atf*. 6.-4t i. Seal, Bavaria, is said to have been shot I the Mississippi river. All class rate as .
''
'.",h." ny ..... cent an' ultimatum to for having tried ..to smuggle into and many commodity' rates .are in" DWELLINGS:: 'for'4r.nt, opply-. to M. 'Take Our '
\. y. :The\\report,lack official conation -/ France news of the proclamation of creased 5 per cent,in that',section." , Tiller.'" Projts-l/ .
-but h regarded here,as not' martial law by Germany.A ,
I' No advances whatever were "
Two-storV
permitted FOR BENT OR,SALE!
nrobabl .'.'There baTe been rumorsat : German cavalry patrol has been east from'Buffalo and Pitts : '
owing to the strong antag-)routed by'French cavalry on the Swiss store-buUdiDJr'OD Brack St. NorthKissimmee.
Italy, burgh to the Atlantic seaboard. That
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'j Austrian and froritierJLThree-of-the. .. PERSONS & RAINEY&
: between Germans-jwereJ
:' i iot axis tingr fromxthe'tattea--from-wd) TJ. ,,, -
,, :., StaUansv-was (Jiltelt'" to-,break! 4layratbtrlaUianceand | killed .and 'two-taken prisoners.: -The I the railroads will ree in' benefits the FOR RENT-'-Two"S-room"" flats withmodern ,,

: _remainder fled-into Switzerland,wher \(great st"traffloproducingccsiteratottM : ; :coft.elll.D.Appll,, at"the ,' . . .. "T" , ,. .

gtereo4. ,/4.'on..;t rldrf.I."it., ofp. agland t,. .by"",*. \ ;they,were ,ddisarmed.4J -I, "f _..t, .N. "'WI.\ .* /:' j\I' ,fSntW-. I ;."", > :, Gaaette' 'office., ... 't I - "' ': .

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