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 14, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00659
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Jump in The Costf President i I s .
Iden jS : .... .o. ... .. ......... August IS.-A great battle ,;

is Impending in lower Alsace.
f Many Necessities I Why *O ENGLAND DECLARES .W AR. O 0 be in progress. now. An immense'mar

London August-13.-England force of German troop., supplemented i.
ly fully 40,000 Austrians from the
I declared
today war AssO -
PAIL: MERCHANTS FORCED EUROPEAN upon is massing to oppose the French
tria-Hangary, as a result of theO advance. '
BUT IS latter in the O ...
military operations
Eirptror William it is in
TtMtADVANCE\' VANCE- direction of the French border reported
: a dispatch to the Daily Mail
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ICES-CONSUMER)IP A YS. OF la 'conjunction with German hat left Berlin and Is en route for,the '
A- of between O
troops. stale war y''
scene battle. The French
1 command -
the two countries has existedsince 4
- hMf. Gen. Joseph Poffre is -'
w much longer do we eat! Washington s 0 midnight last night. O the his r
sonally directing operations of
Wilson .
today O
st its one thing then another eral ...o.. . ............. . .. army. So far as is known tonighthe
I comes along to increase the cost increases in has advanced well into Alsace occupying -
Brussels, via London Aug. 14.-The Muelhausen and Colmar.
ng. Now its the European war.t to take
the war situation should se- up fighting yesterday betwen the Belgian about: 30 miles[ beyond the border. The f e
ily affect our markets at this persons The and, German armies in the vicinity of German garrisons are said to have
1e date isa matter of considerable ter to the : Diest lasted the entire day and constituted evacuated both as the French ap-

i in the public mind, neverthelessr "The rapid the first considerable battleof proached. .,
has furnished an excuse for ain crease in the the war. It will be known as the The French army, flush with Its r x
the prices of food supplies, this country battle of Haelen. Shells were still preliminary successes, is eager .for- M J-t-t
[rvp they go. Local merchants conditions falling at 7:30 in the evening on the battle, but though there is nothing t,
roads around Diest. deflnitelv known to the mill }
oned about the matter say they serious and except
elplegs before the tide. Whole- the liberty of The battle centered around Haelen .tary authorities, as to the respective I
?prices have been forced up and in the Belgian province of Limburg numbers. troops assembled on either J
aria} compelled to make IUIn.- it."I would be extending to Diest, in the north of sid.:, there seems to be tittle doubt
the of Brabant after that at the Germans and Austrlarj
In retail quotations. would province pass- present -
Sugar Advances. you under existing ing around Zeelhem. I greatly outnumber the French
le biggest jump has been in sugar. the At 7 o'clock last evening all the forces under General Joffre. Re'n-
"our, grain bacon and the cannedare either by way : country betwen the three towns mentioned fnrcements however, are being hurried
some of the other articles and had been cleared of German up ky the French. {
process troops, except the dead and wounded, 30,000 Dead and Wounded.'
dy raised in valuation. Even then if any, would
:arly reports of the fighting at Alt- {Gi
white bean is selling for two justifiable and Continued Twelve.
on Page kirrh and Muelhausen turn out tohave
the pound. (
more on cumsances."I
e wholesale price of sugar has feel that been exaggerated, according a
advanced ,a. fraction morethan'cents we cannot let I the latest official-announcements nude
[. pound to date and sugar' to serve the l 'r in Paris.. Th Belgian Minister of +
tiling this week at twelve pounds country ought d Russian Cossacks I II War was authority for the statementthat
1.00. when sixten pounds sold fortame sible, agains I ; -the Germans had lost 80,000 in
price last week. advantage of dead wounded and prisoners, and that 4r
sports'are to the 'effect that flour increase the I the French had suffered '1,600 casual. 1.
have been forced becausee difficulties of itles. but had routed a great force of
grain up ;- --
large Quantity sold to Canada "I<' Germans:
England, declared war on Ger- "(Signed) - 4JL __ The French official reports however -
if reports are true the are that the Germans ..offered
gibed condition of commerce on Chicago, little resistance to the French attackon
high' seas will make coffee and the market I Altkirch and practically none a$
imported supplies reach fancy, of the Eu all at- atMuelhausen. The German garettons -'
II within a week or so. Similar charges that acting apparently on .a well
nations .come from New York ers are upped out plan retired f before the
rdin&the' advance in.other lines,, further price French-advance to Neu Brisaeh, a for
hew .situation) savors strong* day as causes tifled town on the Rhone Canal to the
the touch of speculators. crease in 'J"n northeast of Muelhausen, and on'-,the
speaking of the situation as i its are being way to the.great fortress of Strass. k'
of the An burg. -
us locally, N. C. Bryan ,
rs and Carson .Grocery corn- are justified It would seem to be the aim of the
I- says that the W. oft C. store will cago council German General to permit the. French'',
reed to raise prices on some ar- cording to to march freely into Alsace until the ?,
.'Sugar was the, first commoto I with stale Germans are ready to give, battle,on y
be raised "in price," said Mr.n. ganizations, their chosen ground. Strassburg is
"Ari we are stocked aheadt !, .... on the Rhine, oh boundary of Baden. "4
least two weeks on grain and tail dealers. There is said to be a possibility ef
we will not advance the prices of I "Retail the French invaders being cut off from
staples materially, if any until faster than their base of supplies should they
ust buy again ourselves. Co -i said F. E. 1 meet with a serious reverse when they
rill probably he affected by the mour and confront the main body of the Ger-
in prices within a few davs. I clashes of I man army.
dy some of our regular brands I is only natural I The French Minister of War in 4:
y been called off the market. There on to live off i I making the official announcement of }
i light raise in a few other articles ''tIe' and hogs:\ the fighting Altkirch and Muelhau-
but canned goods, with the exon Europe wants aen, says that the losses of the French
of canned meats, and other I unable as yet troops were "not excessive," and those
lea remain about the same." America and suffered by the Germans were 'very
t Can Meals Affected. A serious." _.- "
might De noted here that corned I shows'an Nothing more \nfte can be learned tic
roast beet hae advanced from follows: at the present time but there is Information }
a dozen: in one pound cans to I I enough to make it certain
(wholesale' ) and "it is under- I Round teak I that French troops found their progress '

that the Armour company has Sirloin steak r I little hampered opposition.
d. its ent r* stock At the Tampa Porterhouse "rMwrwR R II I From Berne; Switzerland, comes a
eh house shipped back to New I' Rib roast ___ ? !'.f-ia I dispatch stating that forty-eight train F
Pork chops -'. I, loads of Austrian troops arrived at

he other grocery merchants in the I Lamb chops Leopoldshove. Baden, yesterday, from .I q;
|; Floyd Taylor and Griffin all Leg: of lamb I the Tyrol. Leopoldshove is a small
rt that they are forced to quote I Voal steak __ : fortified town across the German border
nces in sugar flour, etc., a slight I.Veal chops from Basel Swithzerland, and its '
lion occurng in some of theirfes 1 I Similar reported that these troops,, aggregating :
aeocrding to the amount of i the prices of ) j tID. I 40,000 men, arrived to join the ?
[k they have on hand. ten days as : great German army which is acid to be t
M. Taylor says there will be an Flour barrel ; army are expected to play terrible located between. Neu Breisach and
ease in canned fish of the im- Flour 24ttlb the flower of the splendid army of I Strassburg; tie
..J arlety, partly because of the Sugar, pound withering .fire of the machine guni. German Advance Checked.'
'f" <] also because ot the shortis Beans, pounds - The great feature of the situation,
U season. '. Eggs, dozen as disclosed by authentic reports received "
RO wholesale price of corn jumped Lemons, dozen I SHOUTING SCRAPE AT up to early this evening is that
weight this Retail meat the German advance been
cents per hundred I not only t1 t\\
," says R. S. Floyd, "and othern wholesalers Checked Apparently all along the line >
i is being boosted likewise." Frpm United Master 1 WHITTIER lOG CAMP but the French arMy trnow on-the aggress -
ent indication sugar will be re- WS" called for I IYe, and marching _on German d
for ten cents a pound in anEr territory. '
l ng,weeks time, is his cheerful pre- ILLINOIS I of Following,, dispute Tuesday nightat The expectation had been that German ,
on. I> :: of the Bass crosstie camp near Whittier preparedness would at once put

Mr. and l Charles Kulp, a negro shot and France on the defensive, and that the +

Sringfield, Ill., seriously wounded the negro man first great battle probably would be
[LEGED CATTLE fought on French soil. Now there is ;
.bimmee this I' ., with whom he was quarrelling, using every prospect that the most important
Nelson Realty a double barrel shot gun to inflict the conflicts of the "beginning of the.i
; THIEVES ARRESTED : property in wounds. .war will be fought nrr German soil or
They Ys
neutral ground of Belgium. ,
ter and S., I Kulp'escaped fro mthe camp and in on the formerly :

o cases of alleged cattle stealing Mr. Shields of I spite of the fact that he was trailed : .- .--. -. _--. .--...._..- -_.....weee.. . -. ,. i. .
e been reported in the county this Mr. Maddox, aa'' with hounds all Tuesday night he was ( y' -r

and warrants have been swomcharging about in six I not caught until, Thursday morning.1 GROWERS'. ASSOCIATION. '. TOJ ,w, wa,
Henry Savage and J. erty MEET.
with the offenses.' 'Charles to be back in .. It ,wasknown dial(; he had a woman; + __- .41 yO
of Whittier, is the complaint ber to begin ; friend here and the officers anticipated -', The.,0sceola County Fruit and* ,
Savage. aftd1the Carson is that he would come to her for, Truck Growers' Association.> "": 'I

'company charges_Padgett; of protection and condolence. Sheriff I.* an important meeting .ebecl."IecI. + J ,
opriating one'of their'cews-and ''Thu1'lid:y'1 ; the!Ingram wafc on the lookout and Thursday .tb for Saturday morning' August.<

ering the same for beef. Savage; mock contest, U about" daybreak .he J captured his .13 ...t"I:30: &clock, 'in.the city.:+,1\\
d Padgett are out on bond.Their Giant and a e- I!I..'b.IL. : .
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plied await r..y
wW be heard at the next regu- Score was 11 '.,, lcdp was In Jail to '
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II. 4 ; :.. Live; News Happenings From All farts of Florida . ._. fi tljCHIEF'SAM'ON

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PENSACOLA BANKS Americans carry $24,000,000,000. in ':

J Mother Kills Daughter's I TO GET 1250,000 life Insurance., I 'J;''I"!") "i iI

IWoman'sWorld Betrayer In CourtRoom Penuloca, Fla.Th..thr** national No. 668.i i :;

: banks of Pensacola will receive& $SftO,. .

f j. 'WAYTOAFRICAt I 000 of,the money to be allowed |}a \ks ,This MpIMoee a prascrbjtlo spstd foal"aj 'Z

: Tacoma, Wash. Has the Pensacola.-When J. Leroy Brown; where he proposed to the mother that to assist in the crop movement. This i\
well known youn man of this city, Brown marry the girl.. Ther was a information was received by J, II, Me. sis dt*M l br.k.rew,ei1 J'
}, First Woman Polio Judge.NKLDA concluded a a proposition that he marry consultation of fifteen or more minutes Neill, the government agent when a U Uka tbd.I a tore tk. PNtw ..... wW sot :'.

X c' r ,Pensacola'Arrangements are- be.. Vivian McGowan. fifteen years of I the mother agreeing apparentlyto telegram came from Secretary of the *. It acts oa tb...Mr**,better tbo nj'

+ i beg made.for coaling the Liberia, said age, so as to amend for a wrong done everything said by the lawyer of., Treasury McAdorf.WHERE. C loml and don,MX Crip*or ebsr." .
to M the steamship recently purchased the girl. Mrs. Florence More McGow- the defendant. |, ,,/t F
4- : at the Cuban steamer Curityba an, of Mobile, the mother of the girl, Then she said: "I think this is-the I' -- ----- --- -

yy \, and undergoing a change of name .I in the presence of court officials drewa best, but before I agree I want it SHALL I II GO TO SCHOOL? { '
I h under hex new ownership. revolver from her hand bag and from Brown's own lips that he will

;\:, 'I. The steamer,has 1,500() tons of coal opened fire on Brown, inflicting three not desert my daughter! as soon as he FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE! FOR I'NIVEHSITY OF FLORIDA, rI I
it! engaged at nsacola and expected to wounds from which he died. marries her." I WOMEN TALLAHASSEE GAINESVILLE! ,:&

reach here Sunday, en route) from Gal- The shooting was dramatic and This the lawyer agreed to, and-call-I' COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES EIght Colleges and Divisions: LIB. '
Jl'l .i veston to the west coast of Africa, and came at the conclusion of a prelimi- ing a deputy told him to bring Brown :! ', NORMAL SCHOOL.; SCHOOLOF ERAl, ARTS, LAW; ENGINEERING "I1AGRICULTURE
k H is said that of Brown who chargedwith MUSIC; SCHOOL OF EXISRESSiONf; ;, TEACHERS' COLLEGE il
\: ; quite a number of negro"oolonista" sf nary trial was into the room. Brown entered and SCHOOL OF ART; EXTENSION DIVISION ; EXPERIMENT STATION: EXTENSION '.
't' :, are aboard.I' intercourse with a female under took a seat, and as he did Mrs. Mc- ; GRADUATE SCHOOL Modern DIVISION; GRADUATE 4
This is the steamer it is said,,that the age of eighteen years. Brown wasarraigned Gowan and "You : gymnasium with iwlmmlng pobl: basketball SCHOOL Ten new brick building, besides '
arose saying: marry
has been engaged to quite a before County Judge Bellinger i I and tennis court; new and (r\mn Ium, swimming pool and f
convey Yf&qaF my daughter! That is adding insult I I modern buildings; beautiful campus: many lubaldlary bulldlngrc. Slxty-on. ;
?;" party of negroes from America to I at noon and with his attorneyshad to injury," immediately began dormitories hate all modern convenience officers Instructors and assistant: (14ounir ...
;,. *The Promised Land the gold coast I waived examination and been firing. I ; *, new dining; room and kitchen >' men from 47 Florida counties '
.' of Africa. Liberia a republic on the bound over for trial in the court of most hygienic In Floridala; young i nnd i4 itatri and foreign
I women from 49 counties and 11 atatealast last sessionTUITION.
extreme western coastrof Africa and ree'01d. The first shot struck Brown in the session. Clrlea; ;
.!: mother of the left side, and he fell to the !floor Two FREE FREE BOARD ,
is represented- as being entirely in the F :Mrs :'IlcG wan, pretty TUITION In College and Normal TRANCE FEES HSiKO per year.
hands of negroes The American end t little !girl, was in the 'corridor of more shots were fired ioto the body the School. Board and entrance feeafor \\'rll.. today for catalogue. .J L
$124 For catalogue writ
it of the present alleged exodus of ne-i i igroeg t the court room and became much existed before bystanders couldi nterfereand EDWARD year CONRADI PRESIDENT < A A, MURPHREE. PRESIDENT. '!)
was said to have been worked up when told that) the defendanthad wrest the revolver from her. The !
i by a negro leader, who bears the name I waived trial. She interviewed i daughter, Vivian, was in the judge's - -- -------- { ,

r of "Chief Sam," but just where h<' received the' judge and was not satisfied, and office and she became hysterical, 'J. ,
such a title is not known. Thl I # I I1 t then R. Pope Reese, attorney for while physicians rushed Brown to a
i i negro is said to nave worked his idea'I Brown, called Mrs. McGowan to a hospital for treatment but the wounds FLORIDA ANDWESTERN' :

I of a negro colonizing increment. with room adjoining) that of the judge were all mortal.PENSACOLA I MEATS It

) i f Atlantic members coast.thereof, all up) and! down- the ( - \}

On this ship, it IK said l. at least I.100 I ICE COMPANIES. ATFERNAND1NA PLANS.
;, ".' wil go to Africa : [ \
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Fernandina.-Fernandina is just P'nsacola.-More cotton will be
J: : FLAIOFFICERSDEPLORE Jepog; : JAEOKB. r I :now witnessing war that is creating handled here this year than formerly, "
iiI' much interest as the big European but if necessary Pensacola can store ;
While women hove presided in ehildrcn's :conflict, though there is no bloodshed two hundred and fifty thousand bales
r t DEATH OF MRS WILSON '' .courts, a woman on the bench\ j I II and booming of guns In real battle It the Atlantic Compress Company alone
I lof a general police; court )is a no\elt\ :is a war for business and is between having made preparations to take care -
!j! Washington/ one of the states where'' ,he[ recently completed municipal ice of one hundred thousand bales The t I
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I I women vote, has ant!: She i is Miss' plant and the ice plant owned and new Gulf, Florida and Alabama Rail

b: I TallahaoHOO.--At a meeting' of the I Nelei Jaeger, an able member of the 'r operated: ] by the Southern Utilities road is also preparing to handle andstore
administrative oflic/ 'r<- of the executive I Washington bar who was recently appointed -I'I'I I II (ompnnv : cotton here.

"i,\ 'i department of the State of Florida, I as police judge; in Tacoma, AX a result of the battle for business I I The local banks have ample funds'
r; I Governor PniK Tinmnxll presiding, a I Wah.vh'n ;Mis, Jaegai first took the of Fernandina I: to loan for the purpose of moving the I "
people are + ?
death of her position, on the' bench the court I i
resolution d'ploringth(> I immense< cotton crop .r rI O
I\A,, I Mrs Woodrow WiKon ,and, expressing attendants were temporality emharlusstd :just) now privilege probably of paying enjoying less the for extreme the- first installment of the Pensacola's'l d ,, ,r Ysrr b I
: :
i' President, in his for thedid not know exactly I fund IJ
\mpath\' to the stuff that cools than almost other movement lieijip two hundred find i
any I It
11 hour of J.rt'aVl'lIwnt tlas adopted and how to address her The l dignity; and I in the United States Being I fifty thousand dollars and now available I
'city; !: an
ordered 1 spread upon' t til) Hiehiveh of i i lack of self consciousness" on the part ,
important fishing point in Florida I
of the' new official carried off the situation "
1 the State I'lorida I much k. .is i manufactureddaily One 1'lInk.preNi' iS i going to :N'ew'' '
of the {giacifulK and in a !short time i t
Following t the adoption ream to meet the needs of the fishing I Yolk tonight to procme file hundredthousand I A !
t of the 'ahinetjoin.d they were aclili'fcMni; her us "Incitelaigar' / + :
]lutlon. the memliei'" ( ,, dollars for k "
industry a' well(-- the general pulliciH crop moving pur
,' and honor" though I
the telegram \our Hij I
in sending fellowinif ,
"I the establishment of the municipal poses.n" 1
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President wotne magistrates were quite- un I
to the> : ,
Wnodrow WiKein, WaihinRton i nirand everyday mut h'r.Jj": Jie I ice plant the ice rate was reducedfrom ] anticipation qf what will be the I 1l
"I're ident '
I' M (' The administrative offleers gar's knowledge e>f the' law and her i iI ft UjO) per ton to $2.00 per 'ton heaviest local movement: of cotton in'
k : :Now the Southern Utilities Company: the. history of I'ensacola, all ,
of I Florida behalf of all the I I womanly tact combine' to make her a '
1 7r on heartfelt i successful 'sod] popular official i is selling: ice retail at ten cent per' ears facilities for ptoperh storinRlaiLro "P
t State fender you sympathy hundred pounds. Ternandma is< hoping quantifies of cotton have been
in the death of your devoted wife, who I meats for rousting make FIRM }
: that the war will continue through made In compressauliouseSa, and "Ah Fine!
? "I was honored the and beloved by the of entire noble, FLORIDA SENATOR fill times While it is on in full blast I lailroads Torsome months an active II! E NIS forI They cook: jut i ,

American country for womanhood high qualities which she exemplified all are sitting back} thoroughly enjoying interest by cotton people' and others |I right Their SAVORY::; TASTE .!
i the battle for business in its most has been} taken in making Pensacola
May a merciful Providence serious market of It's Done and TEIiDKR QUALITY make then* i.
NOW IN LONDON stages a cotton (treat; importance.
i comfort and sustain you in this pro- I I I SIMPLY DELK'lOUb) when they comb X
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found i I
sorrow. { hot from the oven to the table. Beef, '

-- "H."PARK CLAY TRAMMELL CRAWFORD, Governor, Secretary Washington-A cablegram received THE I: COLLEGE FOR WOMEN of Stetson University Just lamb, pork, mutton, etc., all of theRightly 'i"

I-- fcjft''' of State. here by friends from Senator Fletcheris I CHOICEST '-CtJTS at LOWER PRICES f
Us, "THOMAS F. WEST Attorney General I to the effect that the Senator and offers unparalleled advantages in many departments '
Mrs. Fletcher have succeeded in getting The Graduate School. Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts than anywhere else. Let us PROVE: : this> ?

j "WILLIAM V. KNOTT, Comptroller. i I out of Paris and are now located and Sciences. e
tin I London. The College of Liberal Arts. Standards the same as those of ]leading

"JOHN C. LUNING, Slate Treasur- According to the cable message women's colleges of the country. PARLOR MARKET PEOPLES' MARKETOUH :
? er. I Senator Fletcher has no idea as to The Teachers' College. Practical training under excellent instructors.

"WILLIAM N. SHEATS, Superintendent when he will be in a position to returnto Successful. teaching alumni. Phone 189. 304. Broadway Phone 44. 117 !
of Public Instruction. the United States. He may be delayed The School of Music. Large faculty of artists. Splendid musical atmosphere Broadway. ,
"WILLIAM A. McRAE, Commis- In London indefinitely. and several musical organizations under direction of Music Faculty. J., 4,
sjoner of Agriculture." _The School of Fine. Arts. ,One of the leading artists of the country in e"
BARTOW TO VOTE charge of the work. Fine studios. Musuem of Fine Arts. . '.
oot 00 00.0.1 The School of Household Economics. Regular Course. Fine Teachers. .
UNION CENTER. 4r Fine dormitories under careful managements. Separate gynasium. Fine .
q' O Bartow.-At ;-special;;; meeting of tennis! courts. Nearby facilities /or swimming and boating. I

:000000.0000000000..00.0.. the city council there was ordered an FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER 25. i,1'\

The Misses Blanche Lawson and electton to be held October6, to determine Send for catalog] and announcements, John B. Stetson University, De ,
;' Ruth Harvey went to Orlando Saturday -I whether this city should issue Land, Fla. )0" ,

A y to visit Mrs Floyd Peels Miss \, $75,000 of bonds to continue the street Thou4Kt tfr ' '
'.v Bessie Lawson( and Mr. Lloyd Harvey. I I paving. About a year ago $50,000 of \ 1"
Mr. McLain arrived last Wednesday >OOOOOOOOOOO ..OOHOI '1'
pose, and the West Construction Co.,
7 "o'W'' from Ohio to visit his sister-in-law'l bonds were voted for the same,-pur- i The I t
Mrs.. C. H. Funk. of Chattanooga, Tenn., has nearly >
i Mr. Jeff Barber and dsughter, Miss completed the work covered by that I The favorite Store of Kissimmee'TOOLS& I \ .
last week to
+ Nellie, went to Conway
visit with relatives. issue, which was supplemented by w jtffilii) t 'f
nearly $100,000 paid by the owners of .
;h ? Mr. Will Wetherbee and family visIted the streets /
home folks last Sunday. property abutting paved >I ;

,L 1 Mrs. Gatlin called at the J. K. Hil- : I J: .f
hard home last Thursday afternoon. TO SELECT SITE I
,u J Messrs. Lonnie Hughey and Everett FOR EAST COAST FAIR :, o
j Smith went to St. Cloud last Thursday .
night. Palatka-Since the official r'person 1.'
Mrs Milliard came home ]last Friday nel of the East Florida Fair Association .
from Tampa, where she has been taking has become known it is expectedthat trill

,t treatment at Dr. Gilbert's Sani- there will be little trouble ;n the "I'P .1
u tarium. Her friends will be glad] to disposition of the stock authorised.: FOREngineers ,
4 learn that she is improving At the meeting held for the purposeof \\
Mr. Claude Barber visited his grand- selecting the permanent officers of .. 11;

,> other, Mrs. McKee, last Saturday, the association more than three_thousand Y1'
..*Bi Sunday. dollars have been subscribed.
Nathan Bryan, of KiBsimmee, visited Arrangements are being made for
with James Hilliard Sunday. the purchase of a large tract of land 'I 1't f<
'.i Miss Edna Harvey spent Sunday in East Palatka, on the St. Johns riv- \
1i with Miss Myrtle] Barber. Mrs. Harvey er. for a peremanent site to be usedin PERPLEXITY COMES TO YOU OVER ANY BUSI:1'i :

"x Mrs. Lawson, Miss Janette and holding an annual fair. Several WHEN OR FINANCIAL MATTER-IF YOU ARE CON t

''4 little Miss Lena Harvey called at the sites are under consideration, but it is No matter what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam Rail SIDERING MAKING AN INVESTMENT OF ANY KIND 1 ,
Barber home in the afUrnoonMn believed that the location in East Pa- AND WANT TO BE SURE YOU ARE 1
withC. latka will be decided
Ben Barberspent Sunday : upon. :i
the tools need in :
H. Funk and family.. road or Stationary Engine-we have exactly you your ALLY DECIDE-

Mr. A. D. Story and Aaron ate dinner t i:
v at the C. M Smith home Sunday. .ooooo.ooooo. ooooooo 1 lveryday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc., all of the best
i ;}l Mrs. Wetherbee assisted by her CONSULT THIS BANK ;
; daughter, Nellie Wetherbee, entertained DESIRABLE HOMES quality and workmanship, and at prices that will surprise you. We also \

her Sunday School class Thurs- FOR SOME QNEA We will take pleasure in giving you full benefit of our info('t- .; .J

'- day five. afternoon The time from was two spent o'clock pleasantly until offer a complete line of lion on any subject, and investigate for you, the possibilities?md J :ri; ;
6-room house 100 ft. lot
inbathing and playing] games on the $150 cash. I probabilities of any proposition. / :{ l
lawn. Dainty refreshments were A 6-rom bungalow, 147V4 ft. "t il'
+*- served and each one present seemed '
n'x ' to have an enjoyable time. Those lot A, $1,000 5-room cash cotage, closets and i iI Household Hardwareand It is a pleasure for us to serve our. :".\; 'Pi

g; ; present Barber were Charley: Lena Huifhey Harvey! , Champ Gladys I lots of porch room on good customers, to do not hesitate in asking. 'r,
street, $600 cash. I f.
Lewis Gatlin and Seth Barber. .
t, i Have, An elegant residence modern f
Mrs. Barber and children. Misses I. close in, $1,500 cash our' extremely low prices for standard : Iii'
5 k4 ;;) dinner Nellie, Sunday Gladys with and Mrs Master George Seth hays ate i' furnished A desirable; terms bungalow to suit, purchaser well- I articles are bringing new customers every STATE BANK OF ;

r. and family. In the afternoon they 'I I day. This store has the reputation of handling :
called on Mrs. Smith and Evelyn. A modern 12-room house suitable :
4 C. H. Funk and famHy and Mr. Guy for two families, or, for- only hardware that is of superior quality KISSIMMEE 5:
McClain enjoyed a splendid supper at rooming and boarding.
Mr. Wetherbee's Tuesday evening. and you will make no mistake in coming .

w Little Mackie Hughey has been sick Ask Mr. SummersAbout here now and inspecting: big stock. Everything Capital dock ---------------------_---------____$100,000.00 'r'F3
for several days, but is improving un- (
der the cffre of Dr. Hyatt. Location and Prices. i < you need for the hpuse will be found Resources over --------------___________________ 400,000.00 1ri?
u Wetherbee's school comTnenced .
k at East Lake on. Monday. Have a small tract of real here at prices that mean you save. Officers and Directors. !
; ';' "little school orange land, only $60 per acre ,
,1Ter's wishing the
: : Term. given if desired.
tp ,mom" the best of success. C A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE: Vice Prest
'608 Penfleld St.
block ,
from .
Mis Lassie i Haye'raturtped;
4 s '"Tallahassee where she has been at- west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, Osceola Hardware Company M. KATZ 2nd Vice Pre.L '
the 2nd west of
months. She avenue courthouse -
tending school for two 1 1I

'had a. fine time, but is glad to -getJuan leading south). ROMA THOMAS, Cashier aw

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.. ,Homes of Prominent Kissimmee 'People . ,'.. t A

It. The House work of rock ballasting. the At:.
o congress: as'voted Coast Line between JadttonriUe
mer-OwenblU Petersburg bas began.
FINANCE 41H+ 1 minor amendment. i. first train of rock was spread'. '
Ii: its interstate Tarpon-SCPetersburg,
duct of, thild'lab : I i road commencing in the yard
a* the mot effective mile west of the Tarpon Spring
Y ."I"WeuCh'-bef ...- -A train-of.-.tmJDeftM-tamr..'"
.. in the production of was brought in with heavy''
t' Says Statesmanship Saved } la k I under' 14 hareben for doing the work In the
r tories, or under-18 ,In expeditious manner. One part
: ries;or In the favorably.'A.'C equipment Is a great rockplow
II, S. From Disaster children under., 18, double mold-board for shovel
than 8 hour a AYy, ( rock to the aide ,when it, 1* ')
a in interstate comm. by the special rock car be
.' : the bill. The and on the raid ti,
Committee. I i i
1' OF WALL STREET FINANCIERS : ;.. ure and many state .-Hillsborough county' MIL''
mittees roads I Tampa-Plant ,City
CO-OPERATING WITH WILSON } \ -... women' .
labor organizations h 128.000 yard brick pave-: ',
1, interest in its .. : wjdthl&jeeL.lb4,294Unea1 ;
'. : : I lean Medical curb; Harney-Thonotosas-'
Mr. C. A. ''J 1\ session at Atlantic 48,500 square ward brick:
Carson who !
has I
'. width 9 feet, 93,000 lineal y,
Therefore New York, and whQ has ,;; ... ,;; resolution asking curb; Riverview road. 62- w
had an opportunity to view ,. - bill. Those opposing yards brick pavement
from the financial center ofo Port Tampa road, 25,000
; square-
States the present crisis resulting tee but in spite of r N
I -- bill will brickpavement,- width 15 feet,
from the European conflict, was asked :. be reported feet wood curb.

.. by the Gazette for an opinion on the r .Gs .. .
situation as it affects American busi- -
ness and finance. Mr. Carson I --... H
kindly ,, ..
II i ?i,
"*" tdictated, the following article In re I I The Home-of Blue Ribbon9 Printing I '

ply: n_ _.________ 4y

BY C. A. CARSON. Residence of R. T. Butler on Verona Street .
All Europe is at war. The result
means demoralization of business of ,
every kind, and especially of all finan- UNCLAIMED LITTERS
cial matters. This demoralization August Crop Report of Good Printing Depends Upon
practically results in a financial panic AT TIlE POSTOfflCf
which extends not only to the coun- .
tries interested, but throughout the Florida and United StatesBureau '
world. Mrs. E. F. Childer. A. I. Gilbert, Skillful Men and Up-to-date
It seemed at one time as if our own Mrs. Ella -Gipson, Mrs. Mattie Harris, -'
country would be very seriously em- of Crop Estimates, in Cooperation with Weather Bureau, B. L. Henderson ((2), Willie Jones,
barassed by reason of it. Immediate United States Department of Agriculture. A Mrs. Ida Kellie, Mrs. Lillar Moore, T. We Have BothNo
steps were taken, however. by \leading Estimates, as of August 1, 1914, with comparisons, made by Bureau of J. McLean, Mrs. A. H. Norton, Osce- Equipment.
financiers, bankers and the govern- Crop, Estimates (formerly Bureau of Statistics). are given below: ola Mfg. Co. Mrs. Ella Ohlwiler, Jos.
ment at Washington to check the Im- Florida United Stales A. Praster, IIlanibel Robinson, Carl kM
pending loss of confidence and main- CORN- Smith, Mrs. Lillie Mae Thomas West
tain the stability of business, and the August 1, forecast _______________Bushels 8,400,000 2,6. 0,000OOO Williams, Miss Hattie Williams.B. matter what you 'Want in the line of printing-We do it-and we always -
financial strength of the United July 1, forecast __________________Bushels' 8,146,600 2,916,672,000 B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. do it just a little better than the other fellow. .
States. Final average, 5 years, 1909-:913. Bushels 8,628,000 2,708,334,000ALL "- 1'.
The main steps taken were as follows WHEAT- Get YOUR HORSES SHOD BY

: August 1, forecast _--____________Bushels In a free:for-all competitive contest with printer from-five ountiej om. -,
_______ ___________Bushels 926,978,000Final
First. In the principal cities all July 1, forecast M. J. MOLCAHYCANADIAN ,
peting, we were awarded the "Blue Ribbon" for the finest printing at th.SItb.- ;i
stock exchanges were closed, thus average, 5 years, 1909-1913..Bushels 686,691,000
preventing tremendous slaughter of OATS- Tropical Fair held at Orlando last winter. f

all stocks, and bonds that might be August 1, forecast _______________Bushels 600,000 1,150,000,000July ,
turned loose from European countries 1, forecast<<: __________ __ _____Bushels 648,000!! f,197.105,000 a' I'/ Shti
We don't claim to be the cheapest'printers on earth-because we"believe '
and the consequent outflow of moneyto Final average, 5 years, 1909-I913-.Bushels 701,000 1,131,175,000
pay for them. This step imme- POTATOES- in paying fair wages to our men-but we positively do the best work and do it ;!p

diately and effectually checked much August 1, forecast ______________Bushels 1,220,000 370,000,000July at a reasonable price. Try us on n,
speculation. 1, forecast ______ ______ _____Bushels 1,149,000 360,614,000
Second. The banks in t the larger Final average, 5 years, 1909-19n..Bushels 918,000 356,627,000
financial centers arranged to issue SWEET POTATOES-

clearing house certificates. These certificates August! forecast __________--___Bushels 1,990,000 50,000,000 Booklets of All Kinds "fly,
to be used only in transac- July 1, forecast ____________,---- Bushels 1,729.000..J 49,474,000
.. tions between the banks themselves, Final average, 5 year, 1909-1913Bushels 2,278,000 57,628,000 Circular
and not to be distributed among the TOBACCO .
public for general use. The result August\ I, forecast _______________Pounds 3,360,000 791,000,000July Potters !
was reassuring, permitting each bankto '1, forecast __________'________Pounds 3,046,000 756,961,000Final
retain largely its own currency. average<<: 5 years, 1909-1913.Pounds 2,987,000 996,087,000HAY Letter Hea4Speciallyruled- :r?
Third. The United States govern- Tame)
'" ment at Washington, and the Treas- August 1, forecast _----__________Tons 62dbo( > 69,000,000 Work
ury Department, under the eladership Final average, 5 years, 1909-1913..Tons 52,000 65,987,000 J. J. Dann's Wagon Shop '
i of President Wilson and Secretary PASTURE- Color Printing. __ ..
; McAdoo, immediately notified all the Condition August 1 1914 __________uu 86 76.2 EMMETT STREET Near BROADWAY --01 -
banks, and the whole world that the Condition Aug. 1, 10-year average_:1_____ 93 83.5 Linotype Composition ..
government was prepared to issue WATERMELONS- Whenever You Need a Oeaeral Tonic
1 .
$ .oooOoo.OO of emergency curren- Production compared with full crop, 1914__ 74 73.2 Take drove' e
"',. ; Production compared with full crop, 8-yr av._ 83 77.3 The Old Standard Grove'. Tasteless
cy.Congress in a day passed through CANTALOUPES- chill Tonic is equally valuable a* .Next time bring your printing to the. Valley Gazette ,Office-and. ; get

both Houses an amendment to the AldrichVeeland : Production compared with full crop, 1914.. 68, 78.4 General .Tonic becsnae it contain the "Blue Ribbon" printing. .' .'. ->... '
Act, removing many of Production compared with full crop, 8-yr av._. 75 77.4 ,well known tonic propertieaof QUININE
this and IRON. It act on the Liver, Drive* *
therestrictlons a* to securing PEANUTS- ', *n
money, and making it possible for its Condition! August 1 1914 ,r'C', 87 .;:' ??.> oat Malaria Enriches :the Blood and t : =Kissimmee-=:Valley ( e'tter
--.u---i''- :
circulation. The result ;: -, ,.89-li., : : Build up the Whole System '50. cent. ;
immediate Condition Aug. 1, 8-year average___. ____;,_V *-"'-'. ,:; I 85.1
. was magical, public conddence'seems VELVET BEANS
to have been entirely restored. Under Condition August 1 1914 _________u___
'a these conditions it ought to be impossible Condition August 1, 1913. ___uuuu__ 92 .
,,1 for currency to reach a premium, ORANGES-. ;

y', as it did in J907. Condition August 1 1914 __u____ __ 87 86.9 5
'. The fundamental condition of finances Condition Aug. 1 1, 19-year average____-____ 80 850 :
;, in America seems to be very LIMES-
: sound. The prospect is for extremely Condition August 1 1914 ____un_ 88' }
I i large crops of every kind. Condition Aug. 1, 7-year average.__._ ___ 82
Up to the present time the war GRAPEFRUIT- i '
," to have created a large and Condition This is for YOU !
seems August 1 1914 -- _________-- 88 '
y prompt demand for all grains., meats Condition Aug. 1, 7-year average: __--______ 75PINEAPPLES
t Ae quickly I
ind food stuff generally. -

l'11') as safe transportation is provided to Production compared with full crop, 1914___ 68 I
foreign countries these products undoubtedly Production compared with full 82
crop, 7-yr av.
market will meet a ready and advancing Jacksonville, Florida, Friday, August 7, 1914, 3:45: P. M. 1 II S Kissimmee Valley Gazette .t''

i. The result will on be some longer other delayed.industriesapparently At FLORIDA MAN DIES I

f\ present there seems to be no demand WHEN LIGHTNING HITS You Need Help Sent Florida's Great**! Weekly Newspaper at Only 11.50 a Ytar. "
\ stores, phosphates or cotton -
$ for naval The Kitiimmee Gazette is advocate of real democracy-the "
t'- The wise course would seem to an
be for- the producers to store all these Dade City.-Almon Thompson was Men and women who can help Jefferson. Bryan and Watson kind. - -- +
and instantly killed\ and George you come to us, we investigatetheir .
: products clearing, which are of the nonperishable market, which severely injured by a bolt of lightning Corrigan abilities and. list their The Valley Gazette i is the original "boorter" thi* tection, and i i. doing t
,:) await cannot a be long delayed.All at Saint Leo, near here. They were names. There is hardly any line more today in helping to develop this section: of the State than any other news -
\ together it would seem that this pushing a boat from the bank into the in which we cannot supply skilled paper. I i i. advocating good road, better school, ore rural delivery route,
should be congratulated lake where they intending to fish, HELP, whether you are a scientific and It i i. that '
country upon when they were struck. mill owner, a merchant or a : farming and late county government a paper rs
tr' by the the prompt government vigorous and measures the leading taken fi- When Corrigan regained consciousness housewife, we can secure the believe in keeping you informed about the progress of the State. I s vI

nanciers and the splendid results ofsuch he was lying in shallow water aid you need. For this reason you should t
with his head the Write to us. ,
actton. against boat and ,
[ believed that the with his head BUREAU OF INFORMATION, -
It \is hoped and Thompson was lying
: ; United States will not in any way became under water. Corrigan is better today Phone 2530, 1016% Frankin St. READ OUR GREAT PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY PACE.
ij involved in the impending war, and will recover. He is the son of Tampa, Florida -
,a' and it seems reasonably sure that the Dr. J. F. Corrigan. READ OUR ENTERTAINING WOMAN'S PACE. ,
clone 0,9 .h.VD.-D*lltiAa.__ tn.n thfir 0'n.act Will "
:'J; I, result in an unprecedented wave of READ OUR PAGE OF LATEST STATE NEWS.

'J., .,, prosperityfor,- ll we need the to do United is to States., keep our OLD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVES .
've, sit steady in the boat, watch GET A FULL ACCOUNT OF ALL. LOCAL, HAPPENINGS.

."T",.\.\ times relts, ,which and reap ought the not harvest to be of far goodI" de- -----ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIESDrives If you don't want the paper for yourself get it for he children. ; t

) layed. Did you ever think what it means,to you to have your children get this yn'M'
\ from the blood and drive it out of the ? It will keep them informed. It will 'them the road %
help along
PUTS STILTS ON /. Rheumatic Pains Away, Relieves system. paper to sue- ._
( HENS SAVES GARDEN Backache and Bladder It matters not how old you are or cess. r
t, i ;_ Disorders After a how long you have suffered, Croxoneis I O Some of them are now through school and are at work.':. Think of this-
Iii \, A method for keep- Few Doses Are so prepared that it is practically .
; Duluth as long. they were at school they were equipping their minds as well as their
ing his chickens from scratching uphis Taken. impossible to take it into the human hands do work. The belt ,
has been hit upon by one system without results. You will find to better way they can keep informed after leaving
t:., West garden Duluth man. This man has not Sleep disturbing bladder weak. it different from all other remedies. I school is to read this newspaper. It keeps them abreastwith, the timei. r I'

'" 'rf only a large number of chickens, but nesses, backache. rheumatism, and There is nothing else on earth like More of your fellow citizens take the Kissimmee Valley Gazette than any

:,' also prides himself on a splendid veg- i the which many so commonly other kindred come with ailments declin- and it. more It starts than to'work a few doses immediately are sel, other paper. They wait to know what i* going on in the State and,in this k

1, :'t' etable His chickens garden. are allowed to run ate I ing years, need mxlonger be a source I dom required 'to relieve even the community. They get an intelligent view" of thing by reading ttis paper. And
., large. They don not damage his garden i of dread and misery to those who are 'most chronic, obstinate cases. ,don't forsea-- ; 'N i nor that of any of his neighbors. ,I past the middle age of life. I It is the most wonderful remedyever If you read your earning capacity i is increased' "
; The solution of the problem has been The new discovery, Croxbne, overcomes made for restoring the lifeless ., r
"r" reached use of little stilt attached . all such disorders because it removes , organ to health and strength and If you read your saving capacity is increased .
L13 toythe back of the chicken' the.very cause of the trouble.It ridding the system of every particleof If you do not read you are really no 'factor in community. You +
soaks right into the kidney, uric acid and take it with
foot.. you can '
r. "What is 'that you have on your through the wall and linings; clean I the utmost confidence that nothing know only the silly idle gossip that come to you byword of m \lth.

,; chicken'" he was asked.., out the little filtering gland and cells on earth. will so quickly cure such Get out of the rut by subscribing today*-now. . s'' t'd
h, ':, "Stilts,' he answered. "You see, and gives the,kidneys new strength to ,,condition '. S
when the hen want to scratch she do their work properly. It neutralize You can obtain an original package \
i ; digs that stilt into the ground and that and dissolve the poisonous uric acid 'of Croxone at trifling cost from any
awl:,'. pukes her move along: She cannotx" substance that lodge in the joint first-class druggist. All druggists are FfYt
;+ tear up the garden with anything but and muscles causing rheumatism; authorized personally return the .5. ,
', X -' her bill, and that does not amount to and makes ihe-kidney. filter and lift purchase price if Croxone should fail ', -

j;'|:s,!* ogh_ to worry aboot- c ont all the poisonous--waste--matter. fa a *ingle ." .. oJ, .', .. S.' 4.., .,'" -y. '< '. .....
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The. kissimmee Valley : ..; :
: The foremost exponents of'clvilfra. Is.. ".. '

S L IM d $V02ILISUE EV1IRT' FRIDAL OFP'ICI 9!! IN' vALGEY ..a- Tf ECOIJRAGETHAT1flINS .$. tion have devoted. themselves to the 't,
A' rI' KISIMbElfl' !: OBCIOLA!! COUNTY FLORJD .. : task of preparing for war during, some

NYE ;years, only to learn when ,war cames

I' '. W. HARRIS. _. _ _ _ _ By GORDON at their call that the,' have neglected t''
: cardinal necessity -non* of them
xf ; .'. havethe necessary Iftoney.i' All of '
..7 0T7BSCRIPTIOK RATES; One Cop,. nfte years. ----..------ them haYs abundance of wealth, but
ODe, oopr, six month____________ TSe. One cbPY. three just because.the world stock of two

metals' is limited they are hamperedin '
a, '_. 'All",communication, except", from our authorised ... \ A. heir movements. confined in their! ,

'r'' 1)) ,."(. A.jecte4.m..tter.4Jtb. earner will, | not be returned unless called for. activities and forced to. consult mere

.e. -.-----. --,..-,--- -=------ financiers.\ Much better tt,,was in'th .
Y ; (Enter r at the Po.tofMea In KUilmnK'e. Florida a. ... days of Alexander: and Caesar--they ,
troubled for lack of ,
-- were money .
: I --FRID yUGUSTi 1914.I when they had the power to take It'at ;r '
k discretion. Alexander
f- never -
a K
.;. =: -o.== private citizen, but when he took hit 1--;
father's sword does Plutarch saytmrthe -

I g. "t: It/ Florida' Editors Want "Rag" p- with with Did.must he which commission find, Bend.him to put to elf down Athens merchants compelled Demosthenes7 for to for money dicker provisions ?.

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J. or advise with bankers to-
"if ,) PATER._J1OXEY THEMAXJC I'OOK ANQTHKK( EDITOR : how he could ? Caesar t-
get ships
I MflVW. ... I'Ett MO:> as
'U '' n.I. citizen could
\ a private only get into
., -- lIar.l": of' debt but after he had an army ev
''i '' We reprint from fscribiirrVazinc Mag- Bro. ,
I erybody in sight owed him, and 1 Iw
i ;! General Villa's method o f ner 1 11 right'I'uper :
'r f not compelled to beg for cash,
was f
.. making money. Itv: iat a time pool man's money, I
if, when he was governor of 1 then\ <>\ not .be. corneredby England! is the richest country un-
.g' I" : .. ince of Chihuahua, !\\lex ICO. sharks( and held at derthe sun, but King George must
I4 is done with gold. r ask what the bunkers required him to
\ "'. . We hape that political crpftnmfete -
'. for to t the fact I that do. William of Germany has a war
will n.
pardon us
.. 1 saying and which it i is printed! iq chest, but ho must! be digging/ pretty
but according to our primitive
," no Intrinsic value, deep into it even now. Nicholas of '{ I
7 thinking', the
common sense! wayof ; '
i, I Russia has the of life and
of it
3 l; #( Mexican general has them bkinncd ways plenty deathhe is sending power seven millions
block making. the other hand, gold
a on money paratively scarce : of men to .shoot and be shot, but he .
t What did Grrreral Villa do i, ? # ...
find the cash
be\ hoarded up| and (- / pL /OLE I must or they will be .
l ,, Why as soon as he found that the money hharks. to the F f yl 1c starved before they Ken the whites of --

people of the province, of Chihuahua ) times of scarcity % i' .. INp A uSEr EivT rr any German's eyes. .We are not at
: LF rr but our president asks for millions
demanded! for it. yf war. -
had and Ix-rause of ?
i no money
of this fluctuating/ t and., is given thousands with .
U i its scarcity were on the serge; of which to bring home our people
\\' valuation on /gold ; more
# starvation, he simply put his printing fact that with the :. over, many .ships can be found in our
t, r presses to work and began international war in ports, but he must pay for what he

t making money as rapidly a- possible come the feverish wants.
almost Certainly it should not be> so. In _
He his hams it
{ put millions of dollars in I the form of currency money should be
; and guaranteed its'payment lie nnntrv and the provided as it is needed-being a mere
.,(i issued a proclamation commanding yellow; -metal has I It's a Long Hard Climb, but U PAYS yon GOOD BIG INTEREST. I token of wealth, it should cost no more "

:: 3'I that it be received at its full ca.h in consequence.The than a blank book of checks which are

I' :t value. Simple enough, wasn't it ? -,.arer the Without ambition and courage nothing is accom can save part of it. Don't spend it all having a good free bank.) passed over the. counter) of any
Money an capital,
and the hi money as
e Well, it was good enough, toG for value money,the easier it is time. Go out and use your judgment in the selection of a an investment, is property, and may

flush times immediately followed ey sharks to control High ability, fine optimism cheerful helpfulness lot or good safe securities. Make a payment down and well take on solid form and substance,

RI and people in the province of Chihuahua and the better they to little unless backed up by genuine courage. arrange to make additional payments at allotted times. but money as currency should be at

R h quit starving. stamp monetied, never with the courage ambitious men have hesitated-and lost You will find the investment fascinating. It will take the would call be,of if every the subject government.! had been So studied it-

i What did Villa's name across the stable government. when on the verge to success. you out of the rut and give you a new grip on yourself.It as deeply and as thoroughly as >

money so issued signify ? It signified is always worth its Look at any spot on the earth's surface, at any page will make you interested in the neighborhood in which that of slaughter or hapdling masses -

n, : that his name stood good for more or no less- history and you will find courage and ambition in some you live. Out of self interest you will become interested of men or that of explosives. The i
is the government-that the government ernment lasts, and in the the of and in clearing house in New' York may issue \
cornered. of its forms.Napoleon tax rate, in spending public money certificates when it needs them-these
opolized or
; was Rack oT the money he the general prosperity of the community. ,
reason paper lean, penniless, saw himself in imagination being but the statement of a trust
I ...i. thus put into circulation. money. This country of France. He became the ruler of France, then Real estate or good securities, based on tangible assets worthy person that the values to redeem '
,\ ; r Paper money is the only money better off todayOith them are in hand; if these credits i
to be ruler of Europe, and finally in fancy im are the best possible investments. They cannot get
't. that should be recognized as moneyof and with elusive were issued! by a responsible government ,
p" ). ',d. civilization-Villa is pat on the gold completely himself riding an elephant through Asia as ruler of away from you. They will never depreciate in value they would he scientific money ;
'} :t.'' money qUl'stion.-Ocala Banner. Estero American the world. There was courage and ambition of the unless you blundered in your selection. theoretically perfect. It costs i:
f4 'J b; that finds in hlfttorv. ,something to make a (fold dollar-it
a place Use the money you are now using rent to make l'
u m. -- paying
'1 must! he found and dug out and
a i Well now. what do you think about tlfht. Will I All over the world wherever men and women struggle, payments on a permanent home. In a few years you will and transported and then minted assayed -- .

Here are two editors- Florida editors at that who are the school, the army the factory, the church, ambition find yourself the proud possessor of valuable property, instead ; Also the supply is limited. Buta 1 f

r and it of the of handsome collection scientific dollar would cost by (". j
t ? paper money. is responsible for all progress everywhere.And owner a of rent re comparison

These two editors from their wild talk appear to be beyond I this brings us to the meat of this editorial. While ceipts. You can't sell rent receipts, you kn'owbut you the supply nothing) would in always time or he labor ample"r, and

) r body out of kindness ought to kidnap them and place them I, may not be able to control your destiny you can de can usually find a buyer for good property or dividend whit an instrument for slaughter such ,Ea E
for yourself in what direction ambition should paying securities. dollar would be ? |
your :
I 1
school) where could'be Or
they taught
political economy. While we are on the subject of investments remember Reginald Vanderbilt owns millions, A, i

v q could be persuaded to attend a convention of national bankers Every reader, every man, every woman should map that sixty years ago the relatives of John Hunt of New but he wax refused twenty cents inFrench IF <..*.
1 convinced of the folly of this mad doctrine. York tried to have him sent to the insane becausehe jrold; why ? Because the ,
paper money a program of ambition, and the starting point should asylum French bank needed its metals. The .j.
e i4 Paper money. Gee whiz. Who ever heard of such a 'i'c.! about the foundation stone;' of our present r day civ paid $2,400 for a strip of New York real estate. Abouta I kaiser. calls on his subjects to support -

i these editors know that we have the greatest financial system on -the HOME. year ago the same piece of property sold for 1825000. him, and they loyally promise to .:"

they ought to know. it. becaose at every annual meeting of the One of your greatest ambitions should be to own your Above all things remember this the fullfillment of am- live looks and around die for for food him to but supply when ihi he< ;,

lution are passed to that effect and the daily newspapers run home. bition depends on a fixed purpose. Ambition is' a force loyalty lie IB required to show the .. j 't

r about. the greatness of tie system, Own a home-a place where you can live and work- and to obtain results it must be steadily applied in one color of his rash. All of them arema4 "
e And its the business; of u* little Florida editor to place where you and your sweetheart can bend over the direction. .' to run the risk of taking their ,'.

l? statement. at its'face:Valuejust a* we do the dollar issued by the adle with-the Mine thought, the same hopes,and' fears -Make up' your mind now-today 4hat you will secure iM.ld ti ne andjijborjmd across' the! sea danger ut an of expense capture(.f

, Of course we 'remember that once, upon ''a time the have made the hearts of father'' and mothers thrill : that which is dearer to most of us than any one thing vhfJe! the 1ftw pe1'niB them to mats j ,' '/

'r t _', right inherent and unlimited. to create money. But thatva ache Since Eve suckled Cain and Abel. in the world-a home. And then have' the courage of money at pleasure! Isn't it a ro- jr1cBch

r'' J good old davs'of leftefXon .and Jackson. Those fellows wern't' If you are getting any kind of an income at alf you your conviction and stick. to herautty that we canrotri
;' ;e .know. That of have been'all fr /gold no" .- en gird a suhstitJtefor .i'
tort thing may right years ago but : ------- -, /gold ? What is gold that it should ,
r- "; now. Not on your life !lOur bankers had to devise a scientific I> I' so enslave us and oppress us ? It is
;' j lei\ ,: tem for us "up-to-date" folks, and with the science also and then national bankers issuing watered currency on the watered WORKINGMEN'S COMPENSATION.New even possible that gold will decide a

4 o,, chain."\ I I war in which nearly twenty million 'f'

)j "r';." }t! Ah. that endless chain is the most wonderful invention for !!'I. Let us make this clear to ybu. Banks that hold railroad or industrial York under has had the its first case adjudicated latest soldiers weapons, armed and of destruction equipped with, must the ';

.. :r of devised deposit them with the government and in receive 95 new workingmen's
I manipulating money ever by man. The first one was may return per compensation law in that state kill or be killed! 'J"
.. in 1893 and it worked of their face value in currency, "secured by United States bonds other
\ beautifully, netting the New York or and the swiftness with which the ad- Once before all Europe was at war
4h,1 : 000,000 in profits. ." Don't overlook the "other securities." Their railroad and indus- judication was made and the satisfaction and the (gold from American mines ,'if

\fit' In 1893 the national bankers committed President Cleveland stock is highly watered. It may only have"$100 of actual value, yet they with which the verdict was recMve'd kept the armies on foot, gave a new ..'J
by both parties concerned life to industry and set or pulled
securities against it to the amount of 1000. The Aldrich-Vreeland up
; Carlisle to the proposition that the issued .'
paper money to pay speaks much for the law. The case down nations; have we learned nothIng
'M must be redeemed in gold when the holders demanded it. bill allows the bankers to deposit these worthless securities with the gov- was' that of a man who was killed by since then ? Is the mightiest/ king/ P1

., ... The law provided that these silver purchase notes should and then to duplicate them in asset currency. i falling from a high building/ in New subject to the need of gold ? While 'IJ'

J silver. dollars, coined out of the bullion bought with the notes. Under this law the money power can take the asset currency, buy more York. lie was employed at $5 a day. the people have been pulling downthror's.snd oft
stocks whenever it is desired float The commission allows his widow $30a bombarding oppressors,
to then '
i a new deposit the
By a treasury ruling a gold reserve had been set aside. company ,; month for life unless she remarries.If have they no weapon that can unseat Jf '
J. ? LAW I F"OR IT. The excuse was that somebody might want and get more money, thus repeating the act indefinitely., I i she marries she will receive a lump the tyrant /gold ? It is possible-that a ''W f

+ "redeemed." Of course had there been anybody who wanted Talk' about a banking system -Why boys, its the greatest ever known. You sum equal to one year's compensationat pile of /gold just now could make aII i

redeemed the law gave the government a perfect right to ask for anything better could you? In fact t. yon wouldn't want any- $;30 a month. A four-year-old citizen more than a king; it is possible 1 },-

But John Sherman, while Secretary of the Treasury swap had different. It just suits old man Common Peepul. True, he is growing'' daughter will receive $10 a month that a man with a decent job is more '" .
., until she is 16. independent than a king or kaiser
11 c reserve, and the national bankers' wanted that gold. So the and shoddy under it-but he believes in letting Well enough alone. | The employer of the dead man was who finds that debts have been piled a .1

t put in motion. Now the next time any of these little pesky editors get up to tell you that insured in one of the regular accident bit higher than honesty allows, and so

{ They went to the Treasury with paper money and individual and private control of money must be destroyed throw a brick companies. The company offered no I has weakened his credit in the corni i if

l; redeemed in gold. Carlisle gave them gold day by day until him. knock him down or howl him down at once Don't let the nation issue opposition to the award. mercial world.Times-Union. t,(;

y, ,v became "impaired." Then it had to be increased. So the pwn money, thus taking away the power of the national banker. I after Thus the in something husband and like' father three weeks I --- ? it o

bond and the bankers who had taken the gold out of the Tre I' That's paternalism It smells bad. killed his family is provided for were BO BELIEVED IN ADVERTISING. ;.;.:.

and got the bonds. Then they came with paper money again Let (he National Bapkertissue their soap wrapper money. Let them flood' long as they remain d pendent. ::

out again. Then the government issued more bonds and country with currency based on ail Let them use the tax payers'money What would have followed under A German farmer who) had lost his -.1,
R the old of horse advertised for it in this : !
interest. That's statesmanship and smells plan obtaining/ damages way
<, same bankers to back the gold. as sweet as June roses.
get same through the courts ? In the first place "One nite the udder day about a week I'
Q' Now there, Mr. Smarty Editors, could you ask for anything the widow would have been obliged to ago last month I heard me a noise by '
that proof enough that our banking system i is- not only Not retain a lawyer at a great expense. oVer frunt middle of the pac yard f. ,
greatest on earth. And to prove tor the satisfaction of these a tear was shed nor an eye batted, when the report of the bulkhead- This attorney would at first have triedto which did not Use to be. So I jumps s. .
that committee was quietly and without ceremony pigeonholed for the amuse- settle the case and: had he done so the ped out und runs' mit der door, '
ton banking is "all the
out we'll
to mustard. look
system of those who come after. May it rest in peace. he would have ben able trs obtain but und ven I sees I finds- my pig gy| ,
of-a few years later and see what happened. 0 i i a comparatively small sum, a good iron mare he was tied loose and running '
In the 1907 panic (and how well we remember it. We !' proportion of which would. have gone mit der stable off. Whoever f. )
k% *. account in the crash) the bankers took the real money of the pe We want to congratulate the St. Cloud Tribune, upon its steady and con- to him. prings him back shall pay five dollars a

it to Wall Street gamblers at from 20 to 300 cent improvement. Editor Triplett ha his shoulder to the wheel and the'' Had he brought: suit in the courts it reward.-Young Pilgrim. '
per !:
i i. rapidly forging ahead in would have been fought inch by inch '.
v : issued $97,000,000 of unlawful Counterfeit money-better appearance and influence. More power to'' ---- -- '
; by the employer of the dead "
house c-ertificates--and forced the people to use these worthless right arm Editor Triplett! 1 might have dragged along for man :;. Here !. rare .pport-amltr fr y.. <. ,fact r:

for money. Of course the people paid the bankers good fat 0 I i In the end the widow, if she ha lear a Hone of 0_ ;b.N b.
After the War God sends his balls 1 financially able to the suit.would"
i of this worthless stuff. big cannon rolling in among the nine- press ,
'1 a of royalty Low. of them will be left have obtained a verdict and per-
; So you see its perfectly 6ANE for the national bankers many standing haps a large one. although in this Down a
o Money
' aoap wrappers and force people to use them at 10 per/cent a j I state the most she could have gotten ,

s r, ;would be very unscientific for the government to do>the same Napoleon III didn't last a day after Sedan. How long will the Austrian > is $5.000, if death was instantaneous. '

lr; be unscientific because Uncle Sam might loan the money direct family last after a similar defeat) i I I But the greater part of this award .
{ ONE HALF OF ONE PER CENT (just he doe the I whatever it was, 'would have been
at a* to ) 0 i eaten in the
4a | up legal fees and toss of
,,see. that wouldn't do at all. .And how long will the Russian Czar be safe from revoiution and deslruc- prosecution, and the widow would five Years Time

: s' After the 1907 panic the' national banker decided they if he get on a big scale such a thrashing u the Japs gave him on a srnall 1 have been able to obtain nothing at ,

sC 'A currency" in their busines The money market wa* to be made ? all Under for months the and perhaps for years. Olvea .............. .f.Fir* ad T..-.eTrmtrtm '. 't
? their Man Friday Aldrich saw'to it that bill I compensation plan no injustice .
and aja; et currency o tv is done the LIBERTY PARK .. p-r lwk -

+r "t it. ,Th *bill give the bankers the power to expand or Then there is Germany with ten of thousands of its most useful- !I! through the courts it employer is hardly while pos- will l..,(wTa th. !.... !. el_ ;
seat Itr t. .. Yard
men ,
',V to the extent of $500.000.000. Jr surrenders to them the thousands of million of dollar wasted industries crippled and 1 I II aifel for the injured parties to obtain ...... ; seal 4t \
\unlimited that all government have always had i i. e., the exact justice.
i1 : \. ruined-how far will the Empire be from a republic after the vI
This' is
a thing that
i ended I every state in With Such a Chance
D1i.ns tha union must come to before)
\ long.- Portland (Me.) Press.L ,
a. Wa i'.. e.. .... Ow. Y..r, Owe i
WJ1'EREp.STOCKS. \ From recent editorials) it might be believed '
that there i* to lea resur- : --r--4 n... a t s ...t rav d $..ti.
ThinK 01 .Morgan R,.n.'IIft.nfa d.L patriotic f boa- of- the'okr) crtenbatk party-in this state. The TinSea-Union,"Ocala 'L An item in an axphange:< says";akirta r.rad.
jniHionsjof dollars of watered stock into aJJ.aorU of railroad will'* full thi season..
: and few other W
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.FRIDAY; AUGUSTA( 1f14..: . :' !: THE KISSIMMEE. 'GAZETTE: : ..;" {r -PACE-- - !r A'4I '



Monday, August 17 , QtN V tY

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Her are some DOLLAR DAY BARGAINS offered by Kissimmee

merchants. Be sure to come to town. You'll save money if you do .F,

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I German Troops NgarRussian Capital 4

10 North COMELTO Main StreetDepartment GILBERT'S' Some Extra Shoe Bargains r

Store Qn Dollar $ Day'I '_'' ". '. :" "':'_L.:'__ __ ', .: .
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People come to this store because they save money on everything . __ '.'" . ,. ". YOUR BIG CHANCE A''
they buy. We can afford to sell cheaper because we are located just ' 'k .
outside of the high rent district and we save hundreds of dollars every
year on rent What we save on rent we deduct from the price of'your _
goods. Come and make us prove it. t MondayDay '

Dollar Day Specials ; We are going through our entire stock and art goes te offer y... ;
Men's, Women's and C dre.'sSHOES
$1.50 to $3.00 SHOES in Tans and Blacks all styles
mostly in small sizes at _______________'_____ Jj m e
JAPANESE MATTINGS, size 9xMJ/2! feet in 50 i.
tiful colors. Regular $3.50 values, at _____ I rN
SMALL MATTINGS, 27x50 inche Regular r2 centvalue. -1 Q

at __ __ __ 1 i7 Vx \ .
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STREET DRESSES in all colors and sizes, pretty designs in Crepes

Percales 1 and Ginghams. Values up to $2.00. fl* 1 5o at prices that will positively startle t Con and see A. big table.. .

going at -_-__--__-_--__------_--_--_---- H* 1 filled to overflowing with dozens of pairs of quality shoes all styles j '
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL DRESSES. Come in Percales,3 in odd sixes that from ..
9 at prices mean you save $1 to $2 a pair.
Regular 50c values, at ____________________ __ C f
12 Yards Best Utility Ginghams <$ 1 f\f\ MONDAY $ DAY $ ONLY.'DuttonHarris. I

for ___h-__________ a .
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This store is filled up with other bargains from one end to the Co.' \

other. Come and see. '

A.S.GILE3EI'T y w a--
\ PHONE 35. 45 MAIN STREET. -- t

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}:Ills every Whltofly, Larvae Scale. Ruit-Mlte and Red Spider' that are l
Now Is the Time to Get Acquainted l hit Remove Sooty mold and insures healthy tree and bright fruit ,
# Agent for Bean and Niagara Power Sprayers and Hand Pumpa. Also i
I Htatjj agents for Niagara Brand Soluble Sulphur. a

With This TigerThe I Photo Vy American Press Association. J. 9CHNAHR Srtmmrr-m. ....COMPANY.......... Will K. lain r. taw ORLANDO WhH.B>FLORIDA........ .' 4

I .
s The above was taken as the troops rying'the brunt of the fighting: in the r
place where l $tapKK Stylish Clothesyou ere marching: through Strassburg present biff war. Thousands of them Cures, Old Sons. Other Remedies. Won't Cura. Only Ono "BROMO QUININE"
i on their to the frontier. These) nave left their hpmes never to return The wor tcft.efl,no matter. of how long. mtmnAlnm To ret. the srenolne. ,call for full Bam. LAXA.TIVM .
way ... .
get that Ij ....", /W f atPopular the who are cured by she wonderful. o4! reliable.' l>.c BKOMO QUI INB. Loo..'....'.......* _
are sturdy men are now ; Porter Antlvrptlc Healing Oil.It relieve K. W.GKOVK. Cure a Cold la Oa.Day. atopa 1
Royal Tailor" .C' Pain and He/>i al lit" am.Ume. ZSc,_.SIM couch and beadacb, and work off ootd.. ZX, I
PricesTHAD .
look. . .. '
MARK naiTao'Lean .

f. give you that .Million-Dollar. Look.Come in now and see 40,000 OF KAISER'S FIGHTING *+5 5iSl

my large assortment of fall and witter samples. I Stanford's I Stanford's ,t

SEE OUR AD. ON PAGE 12 1 I, r,



I PHONE 61. 119 BROADWAY. I .-,Germany and Russia each--out for St. Petersburg. The Power of

(launched an army across the borderat A Serious Menace.
-T-- -- --- the other few Unless this force of
a days ago. A full 40,000 i is merely
ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME.We . army corps of 40,000 of the Kaiser's an advance guard of an immense '
fighting/ men invaded Finland, landing army, the suggestion is not to be taken The DOLLAR.i
grind our lime very fine-hrnrr y..u net KM per rent efHrlrairy nut o.lrrtrj l r r I
at Ekenaes, and is toward seriously. In the land of distances
pouad. Our lime In not ra.atlr and "II0'1' ItlCI.K WK: TillA: 'lloM 1irhlrh marching vast -
.. the ........... quantity I" moat fertlljaera. W.. manufacture lime foiAarlrultnrnl HclMngfors, 100 miles away. :' a single] army corps would i
only, and Knarantee ><>u. atUfartlon. A.k. for a he.apse. e
purnoaea. Helsmgfors, An the Gulf of Finland, iiever go so far from its base without '.
)) It today.BLOWERS' rP
o was reported shelled and:captured by k strong force to keep open communi-
LIME AND pHOSPHATE COMPANY, the German fleet. s 1 cations. But if the Kaiser is prepared -i e
OCA..A, KI. )IIII>A. From Helsingfors it is but 250 miles I to. back up his advance corps IS GOING TO BE DEMONSTRATED AT 4
- --- ---
r' --- to St. Petersburg, and there' is a direct :> with several more, the invasion might I
'I railway line.Russia's necome a serious menace.
blow at Germany if the report -I| A third event along the Russian'
be true, is one of a vastly greater | frontier was the reported invasion of H C. STANFORD CO.aDOLLAR
4 weight. The St. Petersburg correspondent Russia by Austrian troops. St. Pe- .
COLE UNLEY of the London Standard, ca- I tersburg announces tlfat Austrian-
AND bles his! paper that 500,000 Russian I Hungarian troops have crossed the .
soldiers with 700 heavy guns crossedthe I border from Galicia, in Northeastern .
border at some point unnamed, and Hungary and are now near Radziwillo.
'are marching into the Kaiser's do- This is almost equal distance from the DAY $
rhains. jl Russian city of Kiev and the Russian
JEWELERS To back up this great array, the I Poland city o f Warsaw, reported
26 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE mobilization orders of Russia include (evacuated by the Russians. The force Bring on your Dollar, for everyone is'going l ,to do double duty for Y'
practically every fighting man in the I I may be intended to move. on either you here on Dollar Day. All bright new, snappy merchandise awaits
empire and six millions are called to place. you at this store. Get down' early. >. 1 '
DOLLAR, DAY ONLY arms. The war is intensely popular- I I The Austrian force along the RusSian -
with all classes. j border now consists of'160,000 'f I

3j? 1-3 per ct. Off on EVERYTHING IN STOCK Ther is Plans no doubt Miscarried.that he has counted ,'I Austria ment troops with of is assembling which which to 44,000 menace another are the cavalry.250,000 Podo- $ WILL $ 00 wtLL"BUY BUY'_"
the proverbial slowness of the
on $1.50 and $1.25 1
Russians in getting under and I' lian frontier but it is npt expectedthat 1- $1 1 $1.60 and $1.25
way they will be in position to offer Men's Trousers all S
had confidently bril-
liant stroke to strike his adversariesone a I battle for ten days at least. Fabrics and Colors. Felt Hats. All New A r,

) by one. Cut in Latest Style. 'i and Stylish. 's

1 ANNUAL MOUNTAIN SEASHORE Excursion gium By he ignoring meant the to swing neutrality! an immense of 'Bel- DOWNFALL OF GERMAN t I WILL

VIA force France into crush unprotected the troops thrown northern out $ 00 WILL $$1Pi BUY

/ to oppose him march into Paris and I, EMPIRE IS PREDICTED BUY Good: Serviceable "' ''
dictate the terms of peace before Russia -I 1 1
: Atlantic Coast Line could get under way. I 20 Yards of Extra i $1.5(ind $1.25Umbrellas. '
;i' Then with troops flushed .with victory Paris.-The Intranslgeant in an ar- of Calico. a'
he could rush them back across ticle headed "The Kaiser's Evil Des- .
) Germany and meet the Russians at tiny," recites these passages from, the
; > ROUND TRIP RATES FROM KISSIMMEE. the border or perhaps even anticipate I Emperor's horoscope as drawn by F
'i1 I their slow movements and strike at Larimar published in the "Echo of WILL WILL fitF .
.+t Washington, D. c., $22.55; Richmond, Va., $20.55; Norfolk, Va., them on their own ground before theywere the Marvelous" for 1911. $| 00 BUY I $ OO BUY
$20.55. ,ready to invade his empire. i "On the Emperor's birth on January -
\ The mobilization of the Russians has"f 27, 1810. there was a conjunction of All Ladies' andChildren's 1-. $1.60 and. $1.25 'aFI
1tp: ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE, : ben a revelation to the world. Enthusiastic Saturn a/id Mars in Tarus denoting j Dresses I '
1 for war against the Germans -j the loss of property the ruin of the Regular $1.60 and Shirt Waists. '
p;, Wilmington, N. C. _.,_._$12.00 Monteagle, Tenn. -_:-____ 15.05 the men have rushed to their j house of Hohenzollern and the destruction $1.25 Values. !
i i Wiaston-Salem, N.:C. ... 11.00 Tate Station, Tenn. ____ 15.60 posts and taken trains for the front |, of the German Empire in. I t I .
\ Va. T 18.50 at a rate not thought possible and now 1913 or in 1914. t.Come
Hot Springs -- Warm Springs, Ga. 9.00 they ready to strike. I "The of
are Jupiter
I ----- presence presa'gesEmperor
t . Koaaoke Va. _.:_:'.::-. 16.25 On the other hand the hornet's nest William as'the last German and see oar Dollar Day window and then spend four money
,4 Chattanooga, Tenn. ___'=".$13.80 Mammoth Cave, Ky. ____$17.05 in Belgium' was just a little unexpected ', Emperor of the Hohenzollerna. Aries where you KNOW the foodi-that'll the f!, c -
ant >y the Kaiser and instead of 'also in the horoscope, means vio
:r.. Ticket seU AafurtJ2ti-Limit A.jwt 30th. making;' quick work of France, his lence." ,

;.. ). !For informationorreservationcJj on_A._C..L..TickLAsenl the army combined sent to the French West British now has and to,face Bel .If The there final is passage a war la in most 1914 striking between :Hn : STANFONDCO

"i e, t Ji.Wf1UTO't. J. C. KIRKLANIV glaD armies and,.will rather" Fdnn and Germany, the former will : ,
", .
than be able to Irive it. be Tictoriotw. ,
1 Division Passenger Agent I Division,Passenger Agent. ; The suggestion that comes from Copenhagen ., It..,fa a. .remarkable circumstance > ,- . ,. .. . -, $
;h.; : JacksonriU..* t:" .' TAI PA:7.: with the dispatch telling.of that predictions ..that,-,the'',German 't, w.. ,TheS(.rTb ttiTe..%'..Exactly WIaa /141ertlse..X./ .f,...,.+ ;t'r...
-,-- ,- .....J.e>.. .;.:. ,1.:."..., .;.\' ,...-" "invasion of Finland. itG ., -'.. . : knsqly"' ..\ )\t
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,: O.OOOO"O"OOO.oo.ooooo . SECRETARYEndeavorers
Wt New Wrap In TilE, METRODIST PASTOR NEXT Smart French Modistes
Black and Whit. Effeot. Introducing"Thia' Novelty.
V j (Mattle Belle Harris, Editor.) . SUNDAY.. of Florida heed .1
Will preach at the morning hour on forget that they have Dot.
V "Prayer." At the evening hour, "The ... The State, office
j Request it Lade to all patron of tIIe'V aDey Gazette to send items relation of thought to life and char tars following broadcast:have Mrs.recently sent let: ,::1
acter. There will be Jacks
good music and
of At Editor 'for in these colon State Junior superintendent ? ,
society events to publication everybody is cordially invited to at' Ruth M ;
tend. Wyandt, Quiet Hour leader- ?
Geo. Waldron, Vice-President Tress: '

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\ . . . . . . . . . . . AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. urer eGorge Cavanagh, and the ;acretary

Junior League SociaL the ceremony, using the beautiful ring I Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. Mr. behalf of the Headquartera- 41
Carson met his splendid Bible class .
The members of the Junior League C e C
Sunday, and will teach regularlynow. II
The bride
Y held a lawn social last Friday afternoon was gownedin Any adult person in Kissimmee Our Lord is sometimes called '"
old blue Egyptian made with -in.
at the home of Mrs. Rutherford
4 that Prince of Peace"
attends no Sunday school wouldbe His followers t
vest and of lace and do
garniture ecru ,
on Orange street. Games were enjoyed shirred )s greatly benentted to attend this not seem in some parts of the ,j
tunic of the Her hat arid
on the lawn and a picnic lunch crepe class which he is \ to be Him .l
invitedto serving laithfull
respectfully very
was served. was the new tam shape of black chip do. \\L.. ,. ow.
trimmed with loops of blue to match .*
l At 11 a. m. the pastor will begin a Next Sunday the Juniors
Kribbe her gown. She carried an arm bouquet f study
Mrs. Entertains. '
series of the Book of Rev- V about "What .shall do
of half blown bride and sermons on we with our 'j T
The ladies of the Shakespeare club roses elation. Do not miss a single sermon. P> Failures ?" Psalm 372324.: To us the. ..

Y have ben invited to a sewing party I asparagus.Mr. and Mrs. Johnston left immediately Evangelistic! services at night. During ; answer might T>e, for old as well as-
arranged .by Mrs. G. F. Kribba this after the ceremony for Clearwater the heated term the services will little Endeavorers: "Don't grow dig Alouraged

afternoon. It is expected that the and Green Springs. Invariably be of short duration. Our j- 1'..... : but, wiser now from having
b ladies will organize fancy work club the Mrs. electric fans keep the house nice and ., ,) I these failures, try again."
"Attending were '" ,'
to meet regular week. ceremony .V VI ... I Ir e . .
once a cool and the additional lights makes I ..
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--' J. H. Reese, of Kismmmee, the bride's :,' :
mother; Mr and Mrs. Millard Reese, this the best lighted. house"we knowof t'(; ....,::..:' r How many of our societies havegiv.n

1 Ice Cream Social. of Brunswick, Ga., Mr. and Mrs Joe anywhere. I.. in the year 1914 any kind of
The Ladies Aid Society of the Piesbyterian Hugh I Reese<< , of Orlando, and Mr. Come and receive a warm welcome. ", ;' help to our special C. E. home-mis

church announce they will Rowell Reese, of Macon, Gas t \ sion cause, The Children's Home Society
f' ; serve ice cream and cake Tuesday The bride was graduated from the .' " It was the secretary's long-
1r August 18th from AJO:: p. m. until Florida State College for Women in is for all members of ,c ,f-< , f 5', desired i oportunity to visit the Home
sold out The ladies extend an l11\'i-1 hY this It is at 1944
]1912 being 411 the spring Riverside
one two first students .
the[ ,Laymen's Christian: Union to be "
) 1_
tation to the public and guianlee them Jacksonville and
avenue .
( from that institution to receive present: at Sunday afternoon's meeting any one inU'Ksted
N 1 a good time. a certificate to teach and I ; in its splendid work should .,
I piano, since at 3 o'clock, as business of vital he41; I
to look it when
in the
that time has ben instructor in the importance will come before the meeting ij., \ up metropolis any
Jllr. and Mrs. Nelson Knlrrtain.Dr. : .. timo HcTK
1 Osceola) high school in the departmentof consideration, and it is earnestly I many out-of-Jacksonvills "
j a and Mrs W. B. Witherspoon, music. desired that all will be present.W. ,.1 Endeu\ort'rs have ,l
r Mrs. Caldwell, Miss Jean Calduell and The groom is deputy clerk of Os 11 Jones Chairman. I *
y Miss Petre will be guests of Mr and ceola county, and is a young/ man of Miami Congregationalistsnow have
n? Mrs. A. S. Nelson this ('evening( at a sterling worth and t fine character LAYMEN'S MEETING. x two societies, Young Peoule and Junior
V o'clock dinner. Mr. and Mrs. led last ; the last has been organized '
six .. Johnston will reside Services wer at our meeting Y t this
'r o' .r ', in Kissimmee. Sunday afternoon by Dr. J, C. Davis, Endeavor year, and both are indeed ;
Souvenir From Adirondack. who took for his subject, "Christ welcome into our :State' Union fellowship -

. Ca The Gazette office i is in receipt of I THE NEW FIGURE.Is Crowded Out," and a song of same .
some interesting souvenirs of the Adirondack title was sung by Miss Lucy Wither- iy tt -+
mountains, sent by Mr. and j the reign of the slender woman spoon, who rendered it in a way that i The Kis.simmee Gazette has in its ";

!, et Mrs. J. M. Willson Jr., who have been I j over ? is the question forced upon Paris was very pleasing to the audience. Dr last paper among news items from ,
v -a summering there The collection' includes as the result of various fetes and I L.OX1 (,AI'" POlf" KAI,I. Davis made an !able talk on the ro l.h- Union Center the following: "Mr,
0 the quill of a porcupine. and race meets of the season. sect, and! manv others gave short; talks and Mrs Lawson entertained the
It p balsom of fir leaf I On all sides in Pans are seen long I The cape is the wrap that now rep that were uplifting and encouraging -- r Christian Endeavor society and its '
+ tunic dresse with wide hip sashes r"cnts v'tra chic. Every one is wearing friend Games; I
p Mr. and Mrs. WilNon are now in j The Male Quartette sang a beautiful Photo by American PMHM AHNurlutlonFRENCH were played until a !
o New York city and plain bodices, but toned down the them. The model fhown '13-. 'ini piece of music that delighted the late hour when every one departed ;
front-a style that calls I i vii in lack I and \\hite--ot MODEl IN TAFFETA I 1
for ciifton '
# I figure. audience, and wil sing again next Sun- saying( they enjoyed 'every minute.. ;
s Shakespeare Club. The demand has created the supply, | broadcloth ind pussy willow taflfeti. $ltay, besides other music has been arranged Buttons on tht back of gowns is "n I About thirty five were pdesent.

Miss Elizabeth Aultman entertained I nearly very one seeming to be a and the ladies will again be idiosyncrasy of certain Fr"lch: I :Strangely; enough/ no mention is madeof

; the Shakespeare Club Tuesday statuesque How the Juno. I NEW LOCATION FOR with us, and we cordially invite everyone distes who strive for ;tailing etf 1110'1 J"< refreshments. usually a' climax bothto
afternon at her home en Broadway, transition was managed in to come and assist in this worthy A gown of this sort recently \\ M>< ml and news of it.
fi many cases remains a secret known friends along Paris *
; ause. Bring your is pictured here. It is of tatfca/ I
finished ,
The club members have road-j ,
to the
only feminine mind.MIDSEASON all men boys and has We have not had word from eitheri
ing Troilius and Cfesuia and will nowtake'up HOME BAKERY SHOPJ Come one and women two rows of black buttons a
"As You Like ItDelicious and girls Brother Rose will lead the down the back of the bodice This i the Congregational or Presbyterians
? refreshments served. .- meeting His subject being; "If I bo same gown illustrates another fancy !
'f VV The next meeting will be were held at the HAT. lifted from the earth, I will draw all of the hour-that of using ruchings of i I I'I coming toward time. for the district

; home of Mrs N. C. Bryan.hi H Reed, owner and manager of men unto me." the material as trimming for u dress || convention to be held in the oelerj'Citf-.
Those were : Mrs N. C. I Elegant Fall Model In Black and I the Home Bakery, has leased the II. "Lifting Up of Christ," John 1232. ,, i!i, so they had better stay wide awake
present Whit, Velvet. C. Stanford building next door to the We would you, dear friends to from now on.
Bryan, Mrs. F. C. Bryan Mrs. Boice now seventy-five children in the
The hat for mlilseason Is smaller post office and will move /his bakeryto out and hear the word of Gods home I Ithirtynine' *
Mrs. W come
( Miss Bay, Mrs. that location about the first of Sep in that blessed book girls and thirty-six United Brethren ,.
Mrs. Aultman. 1.// than ever. Hero In velvet Is expressedthe it is written I The board young eople ar#
Winn tember. An addition the Let agreed to receive '
rl r size that has at present taken Par- to building that leads us to a better life. us LOY"'I still enjoying( the great union revivfl
I is under construction and I more and thirteen
1lj' now to accom- walk with God in
closer underway Tampa.
Leeleyl for
Picnic Dinner at the B..... and u I II pray a plicants are being considered. .
modate the
'1'. new oven ordered for the better spiritual life. *
a i
; Ranch. i the bakery. I have the endorsement* of ourpastors home will accommodate one News from Gainesville the
We says
hundred.I I
,, 'I r;, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bass invited a The Home Bakery has outgrown its who are faithful attendants )I II In the orphanage the Junior society has suspended for the + '

t : number of their friends to spend last 'present location and in moving to a and who give us such warm words of J the state have a plant that is worth summer, but older workers are having '

., Sunday with them at the Bass and new site the entire capaciy the bakery 'I encouragement and good cheer. Let us $200,000. Children taken into the or- good meetings right along: 1
Lesley ranch: near Canoe Creek. will be increased. The new oven i I stand by our pastors in helping them mother must be without father or (

Mrs, Bass served a picnic dinner ordered is, the Marshall continuous in their noble work of saving souls, and every effort is made to It's a fine topic next Sunday "Our ,
: out under the oaks. In the party were baker, size 10x12; and when installed be burden bearers with them for make it a real home for them, with Social Life for Christ and it oughtto :

daughter J c will 'mean an outlay of $1,100 cash.' the cause of our blessed Lord and the advantages of school,.eta be"Of great benefit everywhere in ,.

: The addition being built to accommodate -. Master. senior societies. '
: and son the oven l is of stone and iron, Let us all pray for'our leader and HOOD. GRACE A. TOWNSEND.' :
i ,1 L. Lesley: and children, Miss Mildred 20x25 feet. It It being rushed tb the success of the meeting. An auto hood is a convenience to Interlachen, August 11, 1914. "t
Morgan. "Mr. and Mrs. Draa, Mrs. R. s f"xp completion as the 'oven is expected to W. H. JONES, Chairman. "
( ''I A., Wiley, Miss Helen Bass and Walter be here in a few d vys. / woman :: motors much. -A comfortable TWO BASSINGER MEN ',.
I d Baee.p When Mr. Reed gets into his new ancr becoming"suK 'is made BUY FORD CARS '
location and the store room is put into I BAPTIST'ORPHANAGTHAS with a straw brim, flexible, but wide 'Within the past few days Prather 1

1 i Draa-Duffy. order, he will have as fine a bakery i II j enough to give protection to the eyes, and Lupfer, agents for the Ford cars, ,::,
\\R Kissimmee friends will be interested I as can be found anywhere in this section and n full silk crown that does not dis- have sold two more five passenger '
to learn of the marriage of Mrs. J. ; and one that will be able to han- NEW BUILDINGN. arrange the hair. There are wide models. Joe Underhill and Hardy f

',, A. Dnffy, -of Fort Qgden" to H. E. dle the Kissimmee trade for some time I II chiffon tie strings that keep the hood Walker of Bassinger, were the purchasers ,

V .:' Draa of Detroit, Mich. to come. snugly in place. '
\ It ii is understood that objection was I Arcadia last I .'
went to
and the
made to the marriage, young
a V week to attend the dedication of a newsuperintendent's
couple ran away and were married in N
home of the Baptist
4 Bartow last ThuVsday, They came : The new gun club is making ar- ,
g at that place. Mr. Bryanis

s;? to for Kissimmee several days after were the guests ceremony of andy the stands rangements located to in have the their ball park.trap Thesecan and Orphanage one. of the trustees of the 'orphanage. I "The Prescription Drug Store" I

.1 a bride's aunt, Mrs. E. L. Lesley. On be'so arranged as not to interfere ,
with the park as a baseball diamond I| As part of the dedicatory
of this week they went to
Tuesday I
,d" Tampa for a brief visit then thev willP and the club will have the advantage a big barbecue was planned, and
1 of an open range clear to the lakefront twelve hundred people were present .
to make their home. LIVER
to Michigan I
+, go The bride is the daughter of J. O. I FALL BAT OF TKLVCT. : The trap has been ordered and ,, to enjoy Gorda it. Ex-Governor and Carey A Gilchrist Hardie of of f] ,
is the Members of the club Punta
r way.
Carr of Fort Ogden, and is well known I
r here: is by storm. The black and white combination hope to have things in order for regular ,, Live Oak were the speakers of the day. _
r e is ultra French while the practice within a week. I I Mr. Bryan states that there are f

John.ton-RH8e. white satin bow that shoots out above .
-'- -
James M. Johnston and Miss Nan- the lifted brim gives tbe finishing 1 I TONICS

P t nie Louie Reese, popular young peo touch of smartness. 1 I r RI's

' ple of Kissimmee, were married this I .
week in Orlando. The ceremony occurred -
?i t at 8:30: o'clock Wednesday :OOO OOOOOO..OOO.oO..O..O for f "
v.. \ morning, and was solemnized in the : n. = = l

V parlor of the Baptist minister's home. ORANGE CENTER. 0

' The hallway, parlor and dining room 0 e Announcement OLD and YOUNG
shish ajerjesuf wide.,loorwaya OO OOOOOOOo..OOOO.'OWe SLiver

can be made practically one room, are still here and growing, ----........ ,w.

were beautifully decorated for the occasion though our silence in your columns tonics are much needed just at this time of the year when {
under the direction! of Mr. and the past few weeks might! lead one to the warm sun makes the entire body sluggish and inactive. So if you if
Mrs. J. M. Caruthers. In the hallway, are suffering from functional disorders
suppose that our people had all gone --such as sleeplessness, loss
r potted palms were used and the archways for the summer. On or about September 1 1st I will open in Kissimmee a' of appetite, indigestion, pain in the back, dizziness, black spots obh'i j:'j

were outlined with feathery plu- Mr. "LaMode" structing your vision, headaches, etc.-you, no doubt in need/1 of :
J. H. Sallas, of Hillins, Ala., branch of the well known and fashionable are '.
'' .
mo... Clusters of pink asters and' a mild toni V / E
iV pink roses with festoons of asparagus was Sallas one purchased our visitors two lots last in".eek. Mr. Lakeland. This shop will be a woman's, store exclusively Every well-regulated home should be supplied with some of our +, '_
adorned the dining room, with the Orange high" grade liver tone for use In emergencies that are certain to arise- , i archway between this and the parlor here.Center for residence. purpose, while specializing in millinery and ready to wear-and will solicit some of the simple! common. remedies. . that have been. used for years. and \\tit' ,!
that aid nature In
restoring good health
outlined with plumota and trailing on the basis of 'KI
your patronage We carry a larger assortment of k
pure drugs than other store .
A party at the residence of Mr. John any ...,
Tines. I south of Jacksonville (ui well as the most popular meritorious Patent ',
White and green was the color\ I Truesdale, Friday night, bids fajr to I remedies ;'11

i I Scheme used in decorating the room be well -attended. We all like to go St 2Ir (Qiraltig gtimfling! Serwtrc [ ...Iu.We. and solicit good your service.Liver drug. business assuring you of good woods. good a" ;",
to John's.
In which the ceremony vas performed. Everybody enjoys being ;
t + The graceful bamboo reaching to the there. -- I Tonics at Standard Prices ::{,(

,ra ceiling formed a delicate tracery of Mr. John W. Coffman, ofHunting- All the latest New York and Paris-styles- all the I' node..e'. 'II.... Toe"n_-":":. ._ _. ___ ._ ._._ _______ BOe ,y c
l green against the walls, while draperies ton, W. Va., spent two days .with us : Hrrblnr. for liver rODlpl.l.t -----------------------------r------ no w

i of plumosa were festooned over last week. Mr. Coffman has twenty creations of the best designer! and trimmers will be displayed Ilob.u' .I. ; ;- ; :;' ;'t-====.==-_-------r---------------------------" __ _____________________ -500 Dae !fk
V the doorways and mantel and palms acres of fine land in sec. 8 which he at the "LaMode." I IThe' ThrdforoVs Hlak"l> ; -_.I____-III.._"."___"_"_ .._.____.________ ese .
and ferns were banked around the expects to put into a grove. He pur- II Nubian Tea --------------------------------------------------------S- Sy1
walla. Among the greenery, clusters ,, chased two lots: in town for buildinga I Slolmosis'nearlax -Iilvrr-_----=:::=::=:=::-=====:==;:::=:;::::::::::===II"IiI=:::::=II:::: ( ,,
v.r of white roses and white outers added I home for his large family of twelve. new LaMode will be located in the building at the --------------------------------------Macy other liver tomlrs carried !,;-.i ;k----hm---n---------
the last touch to this bride's bower. )I With a few' families like that, our a. q"
In the corner of the room opposite population will become a factor in the corner 'of Broadway and Darlington avenues, formerly oc- The 1"

the doorway, a white altar, twined state celfsus. cupied by Dann's grocery store. It will be entirely remod- "Prescription Drug Store" la headquarters forPoinsettia 'J./
,, h with asparagus, was arranged beneath from Cypress Creek school began on Man eled and I will try to make the new shop one of the most Ice Cream 1 1I i '
: an arch of bamboo. Stretching day of this week. Our school will ? i

the altar'to the doorway were stream- open the first of September. pleasant millinery store you ever visited. Watch this I This. cream Is made In a palace from pure products, and you'll eat nol '.i y:;,
caught other after you try It. It Is known a. the tried and '.' 1
of whit ribbon wblch were and true ice cream ) '
ors Mrs. J. W.' Bass wu a visitor to papef for future announcement 'The smile follows the spoon." { ;
In the. center by loop .f ribbon. dot Kissimmee on Tuesday of this week. ';;1,
' ", pending: from the chanr/iiBkr. Mr. Bennett has about completed ( .Kissimmee. people not only praise It bat cat It. vfby not you? ,,11:
The .; wedding" goes ( ,.u'mbering -. .
his residence in section 6. He will '
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'!onlri th'lminedIate, <''relaflVei of the soon be ready for hi.'family to come. m H t ie bngntt AgmmeyMIIIS'
.s. :
# bride"'marched>down, the stairway i'
A and-stood wrtbc side of the aisle thus I Iformed. POCKETED SKIRTS. Mlsl' i

ld % 1JiWe aDd. ""groom;Following, who. them raarehod
J'' '' he .ribbon .aislts ',to-the--shorthand contain pockets, although f CANDIES .jrl
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'altartiirRev.Dr.'Fdward'T. Poulaon ;whether or not'we are to bulg-them ,.,J ....,.:,....... ; -', '
bambooay'a -" .. ra 4L, TRH FRKscniPTioir' DCL ' P
benaath..the-areh-lgf bandk.rohlefsf.te to-question : .. .i ..' ,. DBuo rroiu>v. Plea ;
i would \;, __: . VI 1+'.;" "--"-_ , ,-5?1t'-- ," !B* Q.lre', .hpeaerlpttew; It.h, ,P. .mp\' -a..inrles" -'-

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'"" THE KISSIMMEE(T.l.phon VALLEY.No. 11.)GAZETTE: from- Misl Tallahassee Ruth ark where returned she Saturday baa been sive business and say be will arrange LAYMEN'S REVIVAL. a

.w DR. to takears of all the business ,that
attending the State DOWNING'n .
College for Wornon KISSIMMEE[
cornea. .
,Published Every Friday. By %.... * .
Immediately moving from the '
W. B. HARRIS.Weather upon
, ', = rrh?i' Quinby, of Tampa, has been city to the farm wagon deliverUi will 'WILL BEGIN.SEPTi,11, .
spending a few days attending W: make two trips daily to care for customers ,
.o .ooo..t..o..ooooo. business matters in Kisslmmee this STARTS DAIRYBEAUTIFUL in the city'. and the St. Cloud '\ ,
week. :: "
/ deliveries will. begin as soon ai prac '
{ ' The laymen of'the ,, RETA'IL'MARKET:
Get eity announce '
1' R.epodl measured for a fall suit Mdnday tlabLe.A
and Tuesday at Dutton-Harrls Co. Beautiful Farm ;the'wUl'begin' a aeries of .vangeUstic .
FISH LAKE The Fish Lake farm it considered meetings Thursday van-
Miss Ruth FARM
. ; ; Following are the dally ternperatnres who has ben Belle visiting-triends, of D; 'catur IA, Ala this,. FOUR MILES EAST OF'KISSIM. one of the finest piece .of property' lloated.conveniently 'be held in a tent
in the state, and its 674 grass covered near the center
.11: ; and precipitation as city her, left Saturday for Sanford to visit MEE WILL BE HEADQUARTERSOF acres contain soil adapted to truck of the city. Rev J. M. Fitzgerald of

. I reported by the Government father. NEW BUSINESS VENTURE.Dr. growing and the raising of citrus fruitas Truro, Iowa, who enjoys the repuU-
;:J ', station at Kissimmee for the lion, 9' SAcree., former representAtive well as furnishing splendid] pasturage tlon of' being deeply spiritual] man '

; week ending Aug. 13, 1914: of the legislature] spent Tues- for stock the year round. As and an 'excellent speakerwill conduct k
day looking after business matters in S. W. Downing is one man who only dairy stock is to be kept on the these services. .
Max.Min.Rain Kissimmee.. has taken cognizance of the fact that place considerable] acreage will be devoted > This Is not a denominational meet- '

Friday ______h 84 71 .97 Mm1"8' Sam Jones, nee Miss Corrie Kissimmee already has a bigger demand to trucking and put into young ing, and all the church congregations

Saturday ______ 92 71 and little son, of Lake City, for dairy products than can be groves. Dr.' Downing also] proposesto in the city have been invited to Join a Quotations For .
; .
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. supplied. There fore he has set aboutto raise corn for his stock and to experiment . large chorus of voices that will practice :" ,.
Sunday _______ 92 71 1.15 J. W.. Miller. develop a Jersey stock farm where with grain.' . a few days in.advance of the' beginning '

I Monday _______ 91 70 Paul's Auto for hire. Phone milch cows of the best quality will be Besides being a profitable farm this of the preaching services. It
Tuesday 92 72 .14 48. rkised for sale] and from which point property is as ideally located as could >. especially]] desired that a chorus of August 15th
Wednesday ____ 94 .,.Mr8V J- W. Prentls and daughter, be expect to operate modern dairyof be desired. With a broad frontageon children's voices be made a part of
\ J 71 Lilian, spent Tuesday as the such proportions as to meet the de- the beautiful Fish lake and IU fine the afternoon services and the little
:. Thursday _____ 94 72 guest of Mrs. S. II. Bullock on Para- mands of Kissimmee consumers and hammock, muck. and pine land for folks will)) be welcomed in the choir at

04004+"O .O".OOOOoO'O dise Island.] those of.the neighboring city of St. !every sort of cultivation, it can be night whenever they can attend. The 1914.
p Mrs. DePass, who has been visiting Cloud as well. made a show place. Dr. Downing young men are requested to offer .

'! her daughter Mrs. Ferrill, ]left Tues- What is now known as the Fish Lake plans to take advantage of all the natural their services as ushers! and it Is desired -
day for Williston to visit another I farm four, miles east on the possibilities and arrange the farm that the women of the churches ..
THE[: LOCAL i i daughter, Mrs. King.H St. Cloud road, will)) be headquartersfor with an eye to increasing its,.artistic! form prayer circles during the time 0.. _. _. ..

.. mLD.1 : E. Willis and family, of Braden- the Downing dairy. Preparationsare beauty. of'the revival.. ] (By G. M. Taylor)
town.- arrived in the city this week on being made to have the dairy in 'BOILERS
a visit to Mrs. parents, Mr. actual operation within a few weeks. W. T. VAIL TO BUILD'HOME.Through OF ELECTRIC LIGHT

. ,t and Mrs. Nerbaska Johnston.Dr. The little bungalow on the place is J. A. Barclay William T. I PLANT-ARE INSPECTED Fancy Irish Potatoes, pk....__ 40e

W. II. Brok w. with Griffling J. E. Wilson, of Lakeland] was ]being extensively remodeled the and enlarged Vail, who recently came to Kissimmee Mayor Mat Is in receipt of a re- Dry ltd onions, per Ib .-____-- lie '
Brothers, the tree people. 40tf the guest over Sunday of Rev. and to accomodate Downing from LaPort, Indiana, this week port from the Fidelity Casualty com-
family, a water and electric lIahtplant Dry Lima Beans, per Jb________ lOe :
Mrs. G. D. Boone is sepending a Mrs. Lawler, and filled Dr. Lawler's] bought a lot on New York avenue and pany of New York that recent inspection ,
- Tampa. pulpit at both services Sunday. will be installed as early as pos- will have a home built on the place at : of the boiler. of the local electric lib Sack Self Raising Flour.__ 25e
sible, new barns will be built and
I' rra Best is at home on a visit to his / Miss Charlotte McMurray, of Jacksonville !:- special provisions made to care for the once. Some weeks ago Mr. Vail the light plant showed them. to be up to 12lb Sack Self Raising Flour___ SUe
father and mother. who hag ben visiting her bought several acres of what is required standard in every respect
Rull Bass aunt, Mrs. G. F. Parker, left Tuesday milk manner.and butter in the most sanitary known as the Shake Rag grove, a few C. S. Hambler, inspector for the in- 121b Sack Pastry Fldur ______.__ 45e
and son, Ordia, spent miles east of town, and he maintainsa surance company was sent to Kissimmoe
for Bartow for -
., Monday in Ormndo. a visit with relatives. Big Demand for Milk. residence there also. to go over the plant and 13Ibs Fancy Head Rice __u$1.00 ,

Mrs. C. Buckels is ill at her home Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon is back from Dr. Downing has already achieved its condition. report 25Ibs Nice Clean Rice _n_....__ 1.00: -
Mabbette a i visit at the Meiklejon ranch on the quite a reputation as a dairyman.For .
\ on street. Prairie. She will leave Saturday for some time he has owned several TAYLOR TO MOVE DOWN TOWN. HENRY No. 1 Cala.] Peaches __n_______ ISe
Earl Barber, of Boggy Creek, spent Coronada Beach for a visit to Mrs. I fine milch cows and from first supplying HARPER BUYS HOME.Mr. .
Monday in the city. a few neighbors with milk and but- Geo. M. Taylor, the upper Broadway Henry Harper of the Cypress No. 2Ki Cala. Peaches ____ ?_- 25c l'

Born to Mr, and Mrs. Joe Jeffordson I Carr.Mrs.. Earl Lupfer and son have ter as they desired, he has come to grocer, has leased the Miller- Everglade Lumber company, this No. 23, Gage Plums __._ __ ___25< ''t
gane Stanford store next door to the
room week contracted for purchase of the
Sunday, August 9th, a son. to Culloden, Ga., to spend several have a large number of customers in Dollar Limit 'store, and is having it J. 'A Barclay residence at the corner No. 2 Purple Plums _u____"____ 20 '
6 or 6 dpses 666 will break 'case weeks. Mrs. Lupfer was called to the city to whom milk is delivered reg-
any fitted with ] and fixtures of
shelving preparatory Verona street and Clyde avepue. ______.__-12Yje .
No. 2 Gooseberries
The demandfor
ularly. increasing
of Fever or Chills. Price 26 cents. Culloden by the depth: of her brother- ever to opening a branch storeat This property has recently been extensively : i?

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Smith, in-Iaw.: the milk business and butter led him consider that place between the first and ] improved and Mr. Harper No. 2 Blackberries ____,___--__IJtfe u
on Saturday, August 8th, a son. H. D. Geiger left Thursday for-N on a larger fifteenth of next month. I
w I Only last week Dr. Downing addedto contemplates making it his home.I No. 2 Blueberries uuu_______ 15e
"; Lewis O'Bryan made a business trip Hampshire, where his family has been his- heifers
", to Ocala the first part of the week. spending the summer. lie will visitNew I herd in Tampa.nine Jersey He will receive, purchased a- -- -- No. 1 Preserved Figs ..._----;.- 15C ;f'

Mrs. M. Tiller and daughter Miss route.York, Boston and Washingtonen I!, shipment of South Georgia's best No. 1 Apple putter ___uuu lOe A

( Virginia, Tuesday in Orlando. stock in short time, and the business
spent i a as No. 2'/i Sweet Beets ... 20e
field boxes for sale uu
T Miss Mildred Morgan, of Arcadia Cypress cheap. 1 prows and necessity arises the I CANNING-TIME
. Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf ._____ 15e
; is visiting her cousin, Mrs. E. L. I esley number of cows will be increased. Dr. No.1 Asparagus Tips u

: Mrs. Marion Gilbert, of Jackson- Downing anticipates doing an exten- + No. 2 Derby Sweet Corn ______ lOe
ville, organizer of the Woodmen Cir- :
i i Wo measure you for a suit and guarantee C.I I Corn ____-l2yre t'
cle ]lodge, was with the local W. No. 2 Fancy Sweet .
the fit and tailoring. $15 and days, and the flat woods are full of I II ISHEREAGAINFruit '
]lodge' at their regular meeting Tues
up. Duton-Harns Co. water. No. 2 GreenxLlms Beans 7----- 1
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs./ C. Jl. Funk, of 1Ii1.] W. S. Brown, Ir .1. W. Thompson I'I I Col. and Mrs. F. A. Lincoln, Dr. J. I No. 2 Pork and-Beans ________ IOe 7
liard's Island, spent Tuesday in the J C. Davis and J. E. Maddox motored I for canning is cheap and plentiful this year.
and J. C. Palmer, of Windermere, were I of No.1 Tomato SOUp'n_._ Se
Dora the
Mount '
tft by ,
in business over No )) and like home-made. -
city.S. the city Thursday on connected jelly, jam preserves your own
W. Lawler] Jr., of Lakeland,, with the building of a new hotel Ocoee and Apopka a few days ago. No. 1 Tall Pink Salmon] '..._____U e
They report a fine trip. Have you neglected Canning some years because of a
l spent Sunday wttti tits parents in this at Windermere. i, No. 1 Flat Red Salmon __.:'..-.... 20e
B. C. Miller, one of the leading sweltering, unccmfortable kitchen, with a piping hot ... .
city.Mrs. George Sawyer, who has ben connected : __ ___ t
fruit of this section, was in No. 1 Dry Shrimp _
growers h -
W. H. Eaton, of St. Cloud, was with the II C. Stanford Co. crop coal or wood fire. This year you can do the work
in the city shopping Thursday of this for four years, has accepted a position the city Wednesday. Mr. Miller's snd 5 Ib Good Coffee _______--_____ t
made if
of catlett guavas and Crapes a Comfortably Economically you. use a
" week. in.the. advertising department of splendid yield this year, and his or- S Ib Cracker Boy ___ ___________1.00
. 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any case the Osceola! Journal. I'
; ..., of Fever or Chills. Price, 26 cents. Young man desires to rent well fur- ange capacity and grapefruit with green trees fruit are, which 3 1ft Chief ____________________1..0

Mrs S. Nf Thornton is quite ill nished room reasonably close in. State will soon be ready for the harvest.Mr. FLORENCE OIL COOK STOVE 3 Ib T. M. Blend ________T____ tOe.
her home Verona rate to "Permanent," P. O. Box 288,1 -
this week at on
34.1t1Capt. and Mrs., Rull Bass and daughter 1 A Rising Sun. (steel ).-. S5 e'
street. City.
returned home last Friday from -
Mrs. Fred Gilbert and little] son ]left H. M. Breaker is expected Hot Springs, Ark., where they sent AUTOMATIC '. l'lb Preferred Stock (steel cut) d.. ;

Tuesday for a visit with friends in Or- home from Tennessee on Saturday.Mrs. a month taking the baths. Mr Vt Ib Peri Walla Tea Black .- $0e
lando. Breaker will]] remain the guestof states that while the weather was almost ]- .
, Russel Cole returned Sunday from Chattanoga friends and, relativesfor unbearably] warm, both himself !U ft Pert Walla Tea., Black ., ,,,150

Atlanta where he has been for several] several weeks longer. and wife were benefitted by the Water J4 Jb..Cracker:.JJoy' . 'lOe
month. IT. C. Stanford will)) spend Sundayat and are feeling much better than r lOi
w Bay Hotel .
z ft Tampa -----
when went
Paul' Auto f or hire. Phone 48. Coronada Beach. Mrs Stanfordand they away. r L ., '
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Nathan Bryan spent Sunday a't children, who have been at Cor W- L. Poulk, the popular dispatching ; Y ':1'; \ : 6 Cake Octagon Soap'l..T-r.-: : 25e25o

Hilliard's) Island .as the guest of Jim onada for several -weeks--will 'returnto clerk at the postofflce, is off on K'r U C Cakes- White Lau'ndrJ' ...
the with Mr. Stanford Mon- e "
Hilliard. 0 city on his annual two weeks vacation. Askedif '
he was going away Mr. Poulk said L F 8 Pkfs Washing Powder __. 150 .
Miss Irene Hilliard, day.Little
] spent Wednesday in the city Misses Lois OVerstreet, Lil- he knew of no place where he could E L Broom. _.___,.---,----: 25e. We 10e
ian Harris, Gladys Griffin and Eliza-i spend his vacation more comfortablyor
shopping. beth Ledbetter went out to McLean pleasantly than in Kissimmee, and S 1 1'M A No. Vi Chip Beef _____,.___...-. lie t

Mrs. A. M. Mosley has returned & Carroll's still Monday to be the ,: that he was going to take his rest and 6 No. 2 Blue] Back Mackeral ___. lie (k
from an extended visit with relativesat guests o flittle Miss Edith McLean for recreation right here.J. e
Gotha. several No. Vi Ga. Hash ______3..____ 10
days. | A. Barclay recived\ a message
Lee McLean, of Narcoosee, spent a Mr. and Mis. W. C. Bass rnr* children ]- this week bearing the sad news that No. Vi Lunch Tongue __-_-____ lOcI
few days in the city the first part of Helen and his brother William of Los
Walter and Miss Barclay, -T ZOO '
Dills] _____ _
the week. Mrs. R. A. Wiley have returned from Angeles, Cal., was dead. Less than Qt. Can Libby's

Rev. C. M. Brittain, of Lake City, the Bass and csley ranch near Canoe two weeks ago Mr. Barclay had a letter Especially good for Canning work because of the Guan Jelly: _________u_______ 154 a
was greeting his many friends in this Creek where they have been spending from his brother stating that he _____ lie
city Monday.C. several. dcys | was well, and the news of his death Perfect Control of the Flame at all times. Pure Fruit Jam (glass a

T. Ansley, of the Ansley LumberCo. J. K. Hilliard has returned was a great shock. No particulars of Grape Juice _______- _____--10Marischino 2.5e, '
Mrs. You maintain hot flame that slow simmering
can a or
his illness have been received
in the city
., transacted business home from a sanitarium near Tampa, Cherries _____n___ 150 .
Wednesday.Mrs. where she ,several weeks for the i M. M. Miller and family, of Con- fire sometimes necessary to- get best.results.]
spent _________ 154
oleys, spent a few hours shopping Cream Salad Mustard
A. W. Carter and two children, benefit of her health. Her friends t "Fr
of Tampa, are visiting her sister, Mrs.C. will be pleased to know she has gainedin ;Kissimmee Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. You Just Turn a Lever Stuffed Olive _______________ 100
W. Griffin.J. weight. and is feeling very much Miller are the parents of a pair of to raise or lower the tla.... lOe v'
Pickles _______
beautiful twin girls about two years Sweet -,,-------
Hilliard of Hilliard's Island, improved as a |
J. K. '
was in the city looking after business The Gazette was misinformed last old, who attracted as they the sat-attention in their of fa aJJpassersliy COME IN AND SEE. IT Sweet Relish u______rs______ lOe ;

matters Monday. wek as to D. G. Wagner having moved ther's machine. They were dressed Hera.'. Chili' Sauce u___.' ____ 25eio ,

'- Mr. C. W. Barrett, who has ben ill) his Mr. family Wagner to 'his says new his country residence home.te exactly alike and are as identical as W. B. MAKINSON CO., Llbby's: Preserves _u_._____
at her home on Verona street, two peas in a pod.
to be out again.C. not quite completed] yet, but he expects :- Phone 123 Apple Jelly ___ _____un-____.- lit! ," ,
to be able to occupy it about George W. Mann, 6f Bartow, a large ; .
A. Henry will)) be at Putton-Har- the first of September. I] owner of cattle on the Kissimmee Strained Honey u_____ ______ tOo I

ris Company Monday and Tuesday.Let Mesus. Lanier and Raymond I Prairie, was in the city this week. Woeeter Sauce _uuu-...... tOe
him measure you for a fall suit. I. M. Mr. Mann and his family had just returned ________ 25c .
Lanier, of the Point, were transacting Sanl-Flosh ___________
L. Pope of Loughman. was from a stay of several weeksat
looking Larry after 'business, matters in business in Kissimmee last Monday. Hot Springs, Arkl! He Is very op- Mother' Oats ______________ 10c15c ,'.
These gentlemen state that they are __ ______ tOe .' I sCream
Kissimmee Tuesday.W. timistic over the outlook for the cat- National Oats ,..___
of rain and the '
N. Barnhart, of Tampa, spent now condition having of plenty the fruit crop is much tle industry in this state blooded and expectsto of Wheat ___u__-_____- : '. r' ,

Monday in the city the guest of Mr. improved in that section.C. import a number of bulls)] Minute Tapioca ________u____ tOo ,
this fall)] with which to breed his '
and Mr.. J. H. up -oj';
Bryan. E. Homer and family of Ham stock. SUPERIOR' SERVICE Flask Caator Oil __nu____ 10. '

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mosley and mond, Ind., have arrived in the cityto Mr. and Mrs. Millard Reese, of COURTEOUS TREATMENT Flask Spts. Turpentine _;..__u__ lOe :'' ybe

"""Miss Bessie Mosley are spending the make their future home. Mr. Horner '- Brunswick, Ga., arrived in the city 2 or. Machine 011 _____--_____ : ,' E '

seek> at Daytona Beach.W. is a stepson of Mr. W. T. Vail, who Wednesday on a visit to their mother, Colgate'a Talcum _____________ 154: ;'
D. Scott returned to his home in recently purchased the Shake Rag 'Mrs. J. B. Reese. Mr. and Mrs. Reese ,
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Toothache Drops .
Orlando Sunday after spending few grove some two miles east of the came to Orlando to attend the marriage uu "
days with homefolks here. city, and will live on and care for it. of their sister Miss/ Nannie Eye Water ___u_____________ 154 ,

Mr. J. L. Saxon returned to Orlando Jas. ,A. O'Berry and family motored Reese and came on here after the Vaseline -: : ,-

Sunday after spending the week upfrom Whittier this week for a brief ceremony. The former, who is a Fancy Smoked Bacon' un_____ 22e I .i

end with his wife in this city. I' visit with the family' of his father, prominent attorney of Brunswick, returned FOR White Salted Meat __uu__.:__ IIIe ;
J. F. O'Berry. Jim states that there home yesterday, ut Mrs. Reese ;J'. .
Mrs. E. S. Hall left the first part odorless Lard ______ __ %
rains between Kis- will remain in Kissimmee for some ------
has been heavy
of the week to visit friends in Ilinois. Apples ___________ 15. r,
Mr. Hall will) join her later. simmee and Whittier the past ten time. YOUR Evaporated .' J
, r Peaches --12 c n
H. E. Cole and son, Rufesel, went to Dry -
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Tampa Monday, where Russel was n BANKINGREQUIREMENTS I Seedless Raisins -. 1<>* .

.operated on for appendicitis. Peroxide Soap --.---- lOe : ,

Mrs. Clark, of 216 Verona street, (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) .
has her son, his wife and two children P I "EAT NATIONAL BISCUITS." *i

from Oklahoma, visiting her. Prompt Powerful Permanent ,

t Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson and a IU cue Good ......lts are you will find an account with the Citizens Turned Out 'byU. i
: daughter, Miss Inez, haev returned acts* a r. ......nJ' yield to P. P. P. lutingr core Bank of Kissimmee affords you Every Item
from a visit in New York. ., felt very quickly: wbO\b.-lio. FOG aoa&arcuze4w. : the security and good service so es.entiil -> Fully Guaranteed r
'.- P ... .. -
1 in the conduct of
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. a prosperousand ---- '
o Osceola Lumber & Furniture-Co. 29-tf growing business. \ (': "

_ C. C. Turlington, who has been JivIng p. P: P. Your account subject to check is m

., returned to the city this wek. Mates rich red, para blood-cleanses the entire I :[::8":0:8 I [

'w: Mr. and Mrs. A. F.. Bas motored ystem!-clears the brain strengthens digestion and eerves.A .. .-'- .- '-rh i : : ;

:i/re over pent fronr tike. day St, in Cloud Kissimmee.Thursday and, positive ipecific for Blood PoUmi and skin diseases. t ,Arthur E. Donegari, P., K. Weaver,:'I.. ), .

.' '\ Mrs L. J. Griffin left Thursday for Drives' out Rheumatism' .5top8.... Plata] ends Malaria;' .' ,i President .. Calil:' '," ,i_

tier home-ini.New:: ::. Smyrna after ;arr. J* wonderful tonic and'body-buflder. Thousands endorse it.? t, .,.ii, tr.-. :.r' 424BROADW4Y: :

' = jtiaitvwitb.i.her_.aoni .in .thi.. city._ k 'F.V i "LiPPMAN" C 0 Ae.n' AVAI NAH,: GA:;:: a; j : r -m *. i *.!; '
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_ _ _ _ _ the street' a shadow stirred, but Jones the moment when he'll grow rareless.1<< the control of' my father's but- f' ,

*O.OOO FOR 100 WORDS did not see it His gaze was attracted No man is always on his ; ler. After that is gone, I don't know | f.)

4 by -something wbich shone dimly whiteon lets up sooner or later." ,? what will happen to-, us, Susan and '>','
"The '
fe fei Million Dollar My t tory will run for twenty-one the walk just beyond the stejis. Her "He is beinfe- watched, as you know." me.". i-

feI I ... .uU", w..ek. In thin paper lu I &.n 1o it. A crumpled letter, unad- roon nodfled/ approvingly. "The I ."The door of Miss Farlow's will al. ",''
an arrantrpmpnt with th<- Tithouaer -, He ,carried] it back to theI '
d dressc'd captain of the tramp steamer Orient I ways he open to you, Florence] re- .(
Film companv I It HRH l h" nrnada
I! .; possible not onlI', i./i.l I I house. smoothed it *>u1 and read its by the way was seen with a roll of :, plied Susan with love in her eyes. ,''

the Mtory In thin pnp''r. but il-to I' I content Flori-m.. in her haute haddrnpP'd BEAUTIFUL money. He was in one of the water The interesting conversation was in- ,fjterfupted

f. ,- ve atre.* It men For W""k.Rt th.- .nolullon thOlxl"of ili thIitflV.ter ,..'-. the !lettcl.HP '. front saloons bragging how he had by the advent of Norton. He :'
clutched at his. hat. put it on and hoodwinked in the ,
story UO 'mo will )" some one. was always dropping during
given. | ran to Susan. FLORENCE GRAY "Did he say where he'd got the late afteinoon hours. Florence liked ,
) ? CONDITIONS OOVKRNIN'= '; TilE I I "Heii-'" hr cried holding out an cash ?" asked Braine. him for two reasons. One was that ';'

The i>rln of CONTK8T$10.000 will lie w r.n I automat u "If any one comes in that I "They tried 'to pump him an that.. Jones trusted him to a certain extent Iri;,

, by the man woman, or rhIM w In.T I you don't know," shoot! Don't ask STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL. MILLIONAIRE HEIRESS but ne shut up. Well we have agreed: I and the other was that . that \*/,
write the most. nrroptAhlq nolutlon ) shajl' watch from the street she liked She sen- ,
of- the m> t"-rx from whl'li "I'm afraid!" She; breathed withI IS TRAPPED BY A BAND OF CONSPIRATORS
the list two n-cln l of motion ..,, -. and Orloff from the window. Orion tcnce in her heart defiantly. ,

', ture drama will h<* mAil< nn<.1 ih, !I diffirlllty."Afralri'. roared! lieput SEEKING HER FORTUNE. TIME AFTER TIME. BY DAR. will whistle if he sees Jones removing,' Today he brought her a box Wf
t last two ehapl'rR" th foi \ he
anything from of the The
written by HaroM Mdi-Omth I f the in her hand. slipped ING ACTS-BY SEEMINGLY IMPOSSIBLE FEATS- any rooms" beautiful roses and at the sight of
tl) weapon rest will be left to Felrion
Solutions m v h. m-nt.lo | them the smiled faintly. Set
k Tanhouair Film corporation, ..Itlt..?< j' and thudded slammed to the into He her stoopedfor lap. DOES THIS YOUNG GIRL SHATTER THEIR PLANS- "And, Felton, my friend' aid 1 Braine the wind in princess that quarter ? She could II
at Chicago or N'w yoik HIM it and
4 time up to mlrl-rittrht IIp. HThny "You love your life and! honor. You'll BAFFLE THEM. YOU'LL SYMPATHIZE WITH .BEAUTIFUL softly-he always spoke softly! whenhe have laughed. Here was her revenge! y
4- muat hour jinHtofflrr mnrk time was in a d'adlhumnr"Felton, against this meddler who took no particular -
not later than the oatTtiln know how to shoot wen FLORENCE GRAY. THE HEROINE IN you slept on duty the other night liargreave notice of her while Florence
nve.If I'm not
lh firstapparancft attend to 1'\
allow. four woi-ka < I come Now.
? of th1 laal film r"- 1 here l 10 o'cjock, turn this noteoVl'r stole up consulted Jones, ,andgot was in the room. She would encour-
le..... and three woekn aft'r .hla I back !the>.y. "IT can't do .......... -- away fter kneek-itsg'----me d wn. age him, poor grubbing newspaper
to police. you -
i >> .t chapter In piihllnh-d In thin next failure will short
4 paper, In which to MiiMnlt. ,olntiona. I that. then God help us all!" And with The mean writer, with his beggarly pittance! r
from the house Ti shift. Hewarned""I What chance had he of marrying this Trr*

17 A. board of threiju4K. ..R win I that Susan he ran eyed the revolver with growing MILLIONDOLLAR saw only you. sir So help me. I girl with millions with reach of her "*
d..t.rmln".hl"h of th' man" ol'i-) ,
I down
was not asleep. saw you run hand ?
tlon rerelve/i. Is thf nv>M Hrrfptable. terror. For what had she left the ,.
The JurtKmrnt. of thin hon rol the'street after the taxicab. I did not
and quiet of Miss Rarlow's: The peculiar thing about this was
i "
will b.. abnolufe nrul final ..Nothing peace see any one else.
of a llterar naturwill h.. : assassination robbery, thieves and Remember whatI that Norton was entertaining the same .
considered In th. > rter-lnlon. n..' kidnapers' She wanted to shriek, Braine" shrugged. thought at the same time: what Ij

I riven any orefen-noe In Mho a'lC-) hut her throat was as dry as paper. !said earthly chance had he ? .
tlon the"winner of the lionoflprlie. bowed and made
of Felton respectfully "
The last two reels which, I Gingerly; she touched the pistol. The j his exit. He wished in his soul] that In the second story window of the ;
the" most so steel 1 sent thrill of fear over .
cold a
:.Wo:1'n"; acceptable; he might day catch the master house over te way there was a wor- "
will some
mvslen In- presented her. lie hadn't told her how to shootit MYSTERY -.
In the thcatnrs tmvtna this I mind free of his eternal mask. It was ried man. But when his glasses \

feature a. soon. aa It la ,to an iron" hand which ruled them and brought in range the true contents of {t
produce ame Th..1 fry roil.ponding Two !blocks down the street up an
to thes- motion plcli.rs111 the wherein Har- By HAROLD MacGRATHREAD there were friends of his ( Felton's) the box he laughed sardonically. ,
.. appear In th> newspapers rolncldentally alley was garage who had mysterIously] vanished aftera "This watching is getting my goat.I ,H
or ns noon after the appearance grave had been wont to keep his car. brief period of rebellion. The boss smell a rat every time I see a shad'l
pictured as "prar- Toward this Jones ran with tlve speedof ,
Ucal lthft'hh... I last two reela! will I track athlete. There might behalf was A swell ; probably belonged to ow." He wiped the lenses of his 1'"
F be shown the pictures of the win a clubs and society which he adroitly glasses and proceeded to roll a "t"
opera ,
ner. nl. or her home, and other In- a dozen taxicabs about, but he THE STORY IN THE VALLEY GAZETTE- ...
: pilfered. The organization alwayshad cigaret. ,
t.reatnE! features It U und.rtond would not run the risk of engagingany
that the newspapers an far one of them. The Black Hundred SEE THE PICTURES AT THE DIXIE. $10.000 AWAITS money' Wherever there was II'' When the princess and Norton went ,{!
>I... practical. In printing. the lust YOU IF YOU CAN be undertaken Vroon
two chapters of the dory by Harold was capable of-anticipating his every SOLVE THE MYSTERY.the desperate job to away Jones.stole quietly up to Flor- '1

McQrath, will also show a picture movement simply poured out: the money necessary ence's room and threw up the curtain. .

of the successful! contestant The shadow across the street stood to promote it. Whenever Braine Two round points of light flashed fromthe 1:
Solutions to the mystery must ( and Vroon became engaged in earnest
: .
not be more than 100 words long undecided. At length he concluded to' watcher's window but the saturnine -

Here are some questions to he gave Jones ten minutes. in which to ,- conversation they talked Slav Braine smile on Jones' lips was not ob'J'

kept In mind in connection with return. If he did not return within ( was never called by name here; the .served He went to the door openedit '::11
the mystery a. an aid to a solu- that. .
boss. simnlv
tlon that time, th<> watcher .would go up to cautiosuly a hand to his ear Then
No. I-What brronea of the the drug store and telephone for in- Well, 10) per cent pf a million wa n he closed the. door, turned back the '

-1 111111..1., htructions. . hundred thousand. This would he rug: and remold a section of the flooring
No. ............ I divided betwen second
-V4 bat of lbs butler's shoulder and equally the ten Out of this cavity he raised a
.-._r Hut Jones did not come hack cried. It lyOn the corner he saw a policeman
:," No.Whom d..... Flor....... "Where's Howard ?" he demanded.! was terrible to hear youth weep in swinging his night stick. Otherwise of the Black Hundred. Another 10 box There was lettering the lid;

I .."7' "Hello Jones;: what's up ?" I i this fashion. Jones put his arm about the street was deserted. Braine per cent would go to eighty members; in fact the name of its owner StanleyHarKrl'a"
No, 4-What hvrnearc of .. I pro- the balance would be divided between
I he !! flooring
her patted her and tried Jones replaced the -
a .1.. _....._, "Howard get that car out at once." to console ceeded jauntily down the street.
and the boss. But his soul
Nobody connected cither'! directly "Out she comes. Wait till I give I her. And yet. from the darkened doorsof Vroon re- tucked the box under his arm andmade

or Indirectly with "The Million her, radiator a bucket- of water. Gee!" "Horrible!" she' murmured between the house across theway, the! figureof bellevi at being ordered about like sn I his exitThe .
Dollar Mystery" wll be. much dirt under another man's feet
the violent in the shadow
hiccoughs. "I lounging
at a contestant. whispered Howard, whom Hargrave I was wrong a man emerged and stood contemplating man
often used __. his ._ wrong! Forgive !" lie would take his ten thousand and board faint whistle It wns the signal -
- -- -- as ..... chunrTau.n__... _'. ***>t A h me the windows of the Perigoff n
"" "
I _ _ his nibs! First time I ever a"saw hirr I Unconsciously the arm sustaining apartment. Suddenly the lights went make his grand getaway.The I agreed upon. The man Felton ran )

': YNOPH|* OK PHKVKH ( CIIAPTKII' awake I wonder what's doing? You: i i her drew her closer. j i out. The watcher made no effort to next afternoon the princess across the stit-et and boldly rang the

aalry ...r.r....... mlllloaalrr.. after rever know what's back of those. "Never mind" he consoled.! ] "TellI follow Braine. The knowledge he was called upon Florence. Nothing was said bell It was only then that Florence
... . mum
a stra ST.aa- of brilliant thieves ......... as tbrUlarh my-faced headwaiters . Alright I no one what has happened. Go aboutas after did not necessitate any such pro- in the missed the ever present butler.] She
....d..d. II..... lbs life.of a r..1. ..- Jones!" usual. Don't let even Susan know. i cedure. cteated a vague unrest scheming hesitated, then sent Susan to the door."I .
._ for rla-btmi 7"."'.. llararrav 1 woman's mind. She realized that she Mr. Jones vitally
c ... Bla-bt e....r. a llrnadway mtaura The chauffeur jumped into the cat Whatever your poor father did was Of course Florenceread the "per- must play her cards more carefully. must) see upon
.* ... there cornea fare to fare with and Jones took the seat beside him. I for your sake. He wanted you to bei sonal.' She took the newspaper at the least distrust must important business ii +:*
the s."a leader Bralsi.. "Where to ?" i happy without a care in the world" once to Jones, who smiled] grimly. than ever. "He 1 has gone out" said Susan andvery u
After tbe ....1.. durlan nhlcheither 'r be permitted to enter the child's head. closed the door before '
... apparrullr Tr-_.1.... tbe "Number 78 . ." and the rest. "I promise. And gradually the I "You see, I trust you. Once that happened good-by to the sensibly ,
of it trailed I sobs ceased. I '1 "And so long as continue to Felton's foot'urr"l'd'd in getting inside -
-z: tbvr. Hanrrmvr burrlea to bla maa-- away smothered in U e "But feel so old, Jones you that she
emeralds Was it
... Rlvrrdale. hoe ..d l.r. plaaa violent thunder of the big six's engine so very old. I threw over the lamp. :1 trust me no harm will befall you. You wonderful .
1.1' ....1.. bla craved the stone? Was it nota
fro realJy
eNcase fnamrr It time to art He around
left in ran
<-. I threw a chair through the window. were my care by your father. was
'r H. wrltm a letter to the ..Irl.' acquired from the knowledge
.17 awbxol I. N.*r Je,..7'' where ..I........ During the cur's fligh* !several policemen They thought that'it was I who bad I am to guard you at the expense ot venom had what the house The ladder convinced him
7' before be had that this child's mother won Jones had tricked him. He was f 4
year aayaterloaalr left hailed .it without success.! jumped out. That gave me the my life. Last night's affair was a that

'S 1 fl 4R.Trmv Urar.r.tep He kin. al.habr o para daughter.a vlalt Down this street, up that, ii und thitiorner sary time. I don't understand necfa-j miracle. The next time you will not she herself, with of-Braine's all her love cleverness? Did wild with rage. He- was over the wallin

*. the ......, of a daredevil aviator. : fifty miles an liou and a'! did it. I wasn't frightened at all till find it so easy to escape.? was not sure an instant. Away down the back-.
Brala aad aiemher* .( bl. sand ..... the whiic Jones shouted I the S Nor did she. he really care for her or was she only street his eye discovered hU man in
: "Fal.tllr.tlllterl" Rained street.
-. *.... ........... ..-. ; to his hot chestnuts
,. .. home at alabt but : I "There will be no next time" grave.y. paw pluck full flight. lie gave, chase As he
tbor Cater the booae the watrhera They found, Susan still seated in the fire
--- S ...aide ore a halloo leave the roof I Within twelve minutes from the chair the automatic in her lap. She "But Lam going to ask you a direct from the ? showed her the came to the first corner he was nearly ,..
'Tb. aafe .. foaada>ptr-the millionh time It left the the question. Is father alive T" When knocked over by a man coming the
t- garage, car stopped had not-moved in all this time! my .
w I. ,.llararreovo. ....... .. have I| 'personal, her vague doubts-became I
.7- d...I.TB that dar .o.... Theaj ..... ... opposite to No. 78 Grove street, The butler's brow puckered. "I The child would other way. "
1 ........a..d the bollooa had been pna."fI.d ..- end Jones got rrl. i have promised to say nothnig.'one instantly "Who are you bumping into?
tare" dropped to the bottom of "Wait: here, Howard. ]f! severalmen Braine paced the apartment of the way or the other." not have shown her the newspaper had growled Felton
I the -.:-., i Princess Pengoff. From 'the living]I there been any distrust on her part. I "Not fast 1-elton-'!''
She so
b' come rushjn out, or I Iio't laughed. .
P' from the appear -
( achoisi. lrrn... 01... llralne'a xlrla......- within ten minutes fire jour i{un | room to .the \boudoir!. and hack. fully : "Why do you laugh ?" "My child your lather is alive, "Who the di'ViT are you ?"

10..1.. .1.1t. .d .1.1. ... .... a rd.sly. .. a coupli- of times for the Idon't twenty times. I From the divan Olga then ?animatedly.. I The stranger made a sign which 7
.. Two ......on.: delertUen sail l 10... police1 watched him nervously. He was likea "I laugh because if he were dead I "We don't know" sadly Felton! tecogni/x-d. V
V their plot I. folledSiy. Norton, want them if we can nintiaR1withon : there would be no earthly reason foi 1 instantly
a nevra-
fresh in : that this "
9; paper .... I them. They'd only l.m,,,>i/l It' tigei captivity All at once'your not saying so at once. But I "Why; I should say proves "Quick1! What has happened ?

r" ny brlhlaar Ibe raplalnXvf the Orient "All right Mr Jones" said tho he paused in front of her. hate money the name of it, the sound I it" "Jones has the million and i is making '
Norton !.>. a trap for llr.M>e anuS kin 'Do realize what that chit "On the contrary it nothing his getaway See his hiking toward -
.....;. I'rlneeiui tllva. also IheOrlral'B chauffeur He had in the! past quarter you mere of it, the sight of it. It is at the. proves "
TiMllH did ? since I have to discover the front ?
of of the soit yet water
an hour acquired a deep and
-I captain lund she raolYx. fall bottom of all wars and crimes. I despise -
I... the repnrler'n ...1'''. The "' .. lasting respect for 1 the butler chap "I do." it!" a treasure in this hou'-c I have hunted The two men began to run.

pro..ep> aburtlte ...0'0.' .... llralne'a iitfKdlark. ii.. was u r.- ular fellow, for all his "Planned. to the minute. We had I in every nook drawer; I'veearched There followed, a thrilling chase
aNd 0.1)! hlrrlloa. fall I.... the"haa "The root of all evil. Yet it ,
I, .l.. ofthe, poll..... '11" buttons. her; seven of us ; doors locked and all performs for\ panels !looked in trunks Jonesengaged! a motoihoat and it was
After Jones reached the many noble deeds. But never for false bottoms. Nothing, nothing'! speeding weawaid. when I the' two pursuers -
falllaa I. their nra' attempt, curb Florence that. :No weeping, rfo wailing; I could
the III..... lluadreil trap ......0''....... 1.hey "r"amp! forth as if on invisible npt understand, then hut I do now It's mind the money. Let us give our at- Ah, if I could! only find it''" arrived' Thev were not lag:

,,, .ask..1.her folllax for .muney....... but whe eaeapea. wings<. Jtyies caught her by the arm. in the blood Hargreave was as peace- it tention originated to this in the personal. mind Doubtless which "And what would you do with it?" gard.' Theie us another bout and theymade

She (lung n>m aside with a strength ful as a St. Bernard dog, till you cornered same "Tnke it at once to some hank and for it.

CHAPTER V. he had not cirejfrurd evicted in h"r slim him and then he was a lion. .O, conceived the letter. Your father offer the whole of it for the safe return "A hunched, if you overtake that
would have inserted such
body the devil! Slipped out of my fingers never a per- of my father every penny boat" snid I'elton's strange companion. -

The Problem of the Sealed Box. "Florence, I am Jorx>s!" like an eel. .And across the street sonal. What! Give his enemies a I don't know what to do, which way *"
chance to learn his ? No. On
'Gone! Jones in I secret to turn" tears gathering in her eyes Felton eved him thoughtfully There
She racer never paid
stopped reeogniIa4 him and a. any
-- the other hand I
want to show
Jones kept to himself that you
: I and they were genuine tears too. was something familiar about thatvoice
without word) across'the particular attention to Jones, but from .
he must strive to be calm to think, a ran streetto 'i, this personal to all you meet today Ther arc millions in stocks and bonds r
I the automohil. end climbed Tn,1o thetonru"u. HOW on I shall. The girl or
may may the "
think. Despite all his warnings the Jones followed imrnedia not know where the money is, but Susan reporter, to everybody. j and I cannot touch a penny of it because I Great; plumes of water shot up intothe
Talk about it. fhat wonder
warnings of Norton she had tricked Say you
documents have
t Jones does!! Two men shall watch the legal not air It did not prove a short race
I i "Home! shall do. Trust with
.- them and run away. It was maddening cjtonon the street nnd Orloff from the what you no one been found. I can't even prove that I I by any means. It took half an hour V

7 lie wanted to rave, tear his hair. The car shot up the dimly lilhted"tre't. wittrtows' of) the deserted hcruse. With your real thougts. I 111m his daughter except for half an for the pursuer to overhaul the pur-
,- break things. lie tramped the hall. | shone for second under "Not Mr. Jones." thought
palely a Ttla.sses he will be able to take even vou. old bracelet, and my father's lawyerssay I sued.
-_ It would be wasting time to send forth the corner lamp, and vanished. note opera of a} that happens in the house the girl as she nodded. that that would not hold in any "Is that Jones ?"

t police. They would only putter "Ah child child'!" groaned the man during the dfc}'. lie will be able to see "And tell them that you showed it coa rt." I "Yea" Felton fired his revolver into -

7 about fruitlessly.! The Black Hundred at her side, all the tenseness gone from the girl's roorrfcxAnd that's the important to me and that I appeared worried," "You were born in- St. Petersburg:, I the air in hopes of terrifying Jones'

knew how to arrange these al>duci.., his body. lie was Jones again. / I dear Have the embassy there but there five hundred
point. Itxwas a good: plan That night there was a meeting: of my engineer; was
ODS. did "
Still she not speak but stared
r I lock the birth registers. danjl'linlbefore that individual'seyes.
little woman; and itNumild have been the organization called the Black up
How had they succeeded in doing it? ahead with unseeing eyes. plain sailing if only wreXhad remem- I Hundred. Braine asked if anyone "That would not put me into possession .

fo one had entered the house that day No further reproach fell from the bered that the girl was ITargreave's knew what the Hargreave butler Nothing hut the return of my I "Let them get a little nearer,"

without his being present. There had butler's lips. It was enough: that God daughter. Be very careful hereafter looked like. father will avail me. And there's a I shouted the butler.

,'been no telephone call he had heard had guided him to her at the appointed when you call on", her. A nightNce "I had a glimpse of him the other horrible thought always of my not The engineer let down the speed a '

-the gist of. nor any letters he had not 'moment. He felt assured that never this will have made her suspicious f, night; but being( unprepared. I might being his real daughter." notch The other boat crept up within -
flrst glanced over. How had they doneIt again would she be drawn into any twenty yards. Jones sought
every one. Our hope lies with you. !I tlQt recognize him again. "There's no doubt in my mind. I a perfect -
? Suddenly into his mind flashed trap. Poor child! What had they saidto Anything on your mind ?" i Vion described Jones minutely. have only to recall Katnna's face to "Bnge. He would have to find thi).,._

the remembrance or the candle-light her done to her? How, in God's: "Yes. not insert in 1 Braine spot again. \
I Why a personal -could almost see the portrait. know whosechijd_ . you. ,! are. But what -
nnder Florence's door the night be name, had she escaped from them who the Herald ?"" Sh <;Ir "Vroon, hat .memory of -yonrs .tS"'wilT you live on 7 Here was a far -"Surrl'ndt'r1Yl'lIed Fet on. ..

--,- fore. In a dozen boundp he was in never ]let anybody escape? Presently!' paper toward her and scribbled a few worth a loO>( money," was his only greater mixup than she had calculated In reply Jones raised the preciousbox

her room. searching drawers! paper she! would become normal and then words. 1 comment. s. upon. Supposing after all it was onlya and. deliberately dropped it into

boxes, baskets He found nothing. : she would tell him. lie read: "Florence-the hiding "I hope it will bd"torth more soon." resemblance, that the child was notHarlreave' the sea. Then he turned his automatic
He returned in despair to Susan, who 'I 1 found the lying note. You is his and succeeded insetting
place discovered. Remove it to a l "I believe I'll be 'abi to recognize ", a substitute just to blind upon pursurers
all this turmoil had sat if "
daring as dropped, it. more secret spot at once. S. H."-He Mr. Jones if I see him.\Who is he the, Black Hundred ? To keep them their boat afire. '

-+- r. 'frozen in her chair. "Horrible, horrible' she said almost laughed and shook his head. "I'm and what is he?' away from the true daughter? Her All this within the space of an hour.
"Speak!I" he cried. "For God'sBake inaudibly. afraid\ that will do." During dinner that night (there
never "He has been with HargreJhufi for mind grew bewildered over such poa- : was
MY something, think somethingl "What did they!: do to you ?" "If she reads it, Jones will. The fourteen years. There was a honrvcj- sibilities. The single and only way to now a cook) Jones walked about the
; Those devils are likely to torture her : "He said he was. my father. He man with the glasses dining table rubbing his hands to- \ '
opera may see dal case in which Jones was active.? ,, ettle all doubts was to make this ,
hurt her! He leaned against the put his. arms around me. And I something. There's a chance Jones Hargreave saved him. He is faithful cbl.17j] a prisoner. If she was Har-' gether from time to time.

: wall, his head on his arm. I' knew!" might become worried." and uncommunicative. Money will greaV's true daughter he would come "Jones" said Florence, "why do you

When he turned again he wascalm. 'Knew what?" "Well, we'll give.. it a chance." not touch him. If he does know where out of nit'hiding. rub ybur hands like that?" a

< Ha walked with bent head to- "That he lied. I can't explain." It was midnight when he made hia that million is, hot irons could not She hea Florence} answering tier "Was I rubbing my hands Miss

-ward the door, opened it and atood I "Don't try!" departure. As he stepped into the make him own up to it. The only wayis question: "TRe is a sum of ten or Florence ?" he asked innocently.

upon. the! threshold for a space.. Across I Suddenly she laid her head against street he glanced about him cautious to watch him, follow him, wait for twelve thousand nv he Riverside bank I (To be Continued.) ::1

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|TO ADVERTISE ..Column''Forward [L An .,,.Osceold! '' County i :Corn r Fieicl' KENANSVILLE,, . :: :


OF FLORIDASt. \\ !t' "
8 ..,':' "1, "t : .. t' , ..; ,"J' . .
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will Have ;\-
streets and I 1" '.
construct aditional storm .

I sowers. . I 4:

Fort Myers.-Lee County Commissioners 4

w' Citrus Exchange h Plans I fssooo Atlanta,let to contract erect. court to F. house P. He.fner:. cost, t F. E. G, Railway Is Now l


Big Campaign Zolfo.-Zolfo Electric Co. organized, Completed To Town
capital stock $10.000: H. G. Murphy,

I president: Fit: Williams,. vice-pres '
I dent; J. I. Roberts, secretary; C. A. T.

r Ismail THIS YEAR-DIRECT I engine and GO H. P. boiler, with equipment READY TO BE OPENED UP. LI.
for electric light plant of 1000 FLORIDIANS VISITING
papacity. .
J; ,
Jacksonville. will'
-City install un- M f
-Exchange dergrQUnd electric system "on Main a With the completion of the extension
I Florida will
The : street between Bay street and Hogan's ''
I to KeenAnnUlevtlltorlwho'bavereoently :
-cJ Jo Qt5l I< Its advertising in the North Creek estimated cost._$211.QQ.( ( .
? ii been in the section that Fs
during:' the coming season. This acTion say
+ W> ns!' decided upon by the board ralalka..-Palatka. Light & Power "- i ti the Florida East Coast railway will
the richest
open up virgin territory in
at Co., i,
capital stock
$100,000, incorporated I the State of Florida.
; P. H. Norcross president; Palat
officials of organization ka; Robert L. Hutchmson, vicepresident The extension has already been.
lieve that the effects of the foreign ; Lake Jofies, secretary-treasurer, -t. completed from Maytown. near Titus-.
1r warwill be favorable as regards an both of Palatka. villa to Keen nsvill., where banks and >
increased( demand for Florida fruits' s \lSy' 4 business houses have ben established G
in theNorthern markets during; the Anclote.-Anclote School District : i and efforts are being made to beautifythe *,!
coming fall and winter. Accordingly, ? place. _
{ ,
erect school
; bungalow: type; cost -
i1 they are planning t& take advantage $3.500. The new town of KeenansvilU-is *i
of this fact by more agresaive: methods !named after the family of Mr"' aa'. ,
" in the education of the public as to Baton ille. Robert Hungerford ler, and J. E. Ingram vice president ,t

,; the superior merits of Florida oranges School, Mrs. R. C. Calhoun, principal, -. ... of the Florida East Coast railway
and grapefruit; is reported to erect hospital uilding. I accomplishing a remarkable work in +;
, Results Satisfactory. I developing the town.
i This will be the fourth season in Miami.-Dade County Board of FLA. CITRUS FRORIDA ORANGESSWEETEST STATE CROWS The road traverses a rich cattle tin-

'. which the Florida Citrus Exchange the Public Instruction let contract at $11.- ber and citrus fruit region, and lands !

:; has made use of advertising; to 374 to P. D. Odell, Ocala, to erect ad- being peculiarly adapted to the latter t
,, consumer as a means of increasing dition to primary school; also to same GROWN pursuitThe
: sale of Florida fruit. Each year the contractor, at $5,757, to erect 4-room land Is what is known. as the .
results have ben increasingly satisfactory brick school at North Ocala; at $7,700to SEASON ENDSJacksonville ... RECORD CROPS cabbage palmetto variety and vegetation 4
and oranges and grapefruit; I L. Alexander, Ocala to erect frame Jacksonville.-No one can dispute of every character it said to
grown in this state and distributedby school at Howard Academy. 1 the fact that Florida oranges areI I flourish. .
i the exchange: have been introducedinto I' I sweeter than those of California. leI I i A petition is now' being circulated

many new markets through the Ft. Myers.-Construction of an electric I Fla.-The citrus fruit is also true that the grapefruit of Florida has been making a good among the settlers of the section in .t
advertising.The interburban railway from Ft. I movement for the season 1913-14. i is I I this state is much larger and nicer) record for her crops during the season behalf of a movement to have the '
exchange advertising from thebeginning Myers to Punts Rassa, 18 miles is reported done. The total movement ,was about than those of our western competitor. just passed. Of this there is no dis country. properly drained. When this !
has been in charge of Mr. planned. 21,000 cars. The seas'on, as a whole, But notwithstanding this Florida pute. project is completed the section will + ,
Jefferson Thomas, of the Thomas Advertising has not been up to the average. The I] fruit has practically no market in the The state has nothing of which to offer unlimited possibilities.

Service of Jacksonville. with Mr. Lake lIe .The Civil League is quality of fruit has been fair as compared middle west. The reason for this be ashamed in the progress made Floridians returning to Jacksonville ;
Thomas returned from Tampa considering; a proposition to finance to past seasons and at times the state of affairs is that the fruit of this within its borders during the last from South Florida report that the i'
the contract for the largely/ increased the construction of the projected in- markets were in good shape and fruit state is unknown in that section, and half-dozen years, for within that period whole section -of the State from Orlando ,
expenditure of the coming season. A terurban electric railway from New brought good prices. There is no it will never fit a good market there have there been more developments and Kisnlmmee south is very n
great deal of the copy has been pre- Smyrna to Lake Helen and other doubt when the Florida citrus crop is until it is put favorably before the well-begun, pushed along, and prosperous. The country between ,'

pared and the advertising will begin will points!' westward and $40,000 are re- properly distributed growers will re public. completed to sijch an extent as to Lake Wailes. on the branch' road from i' r ,
to appear within a few weeks.. It reported subscribed alize more money from their crops. Figures have just been published prove the righteous intention 'of the Haines City to Sebring. is rapidly becoming
carry convincing arguments; as to the I IliurpaRinlC . The fruit and vegetable shipment which show that while Boston bought promoters, than can be published of developed.THOUSANDS. ,

!' quality of Florida fruit, fity.-Contract is to be of the state the past season have been) 140,529 boxes of Florida fruit New any other state in the union.In .
the.oranl'eR Panama
and especially call attention\ to large despite the unfavorable weather York 42R.247 boxes, and Philadelphia '
which are awarded soon 'and work begun for the UM which is here given
and grapefruit brands. the proposed extension of the'Atlanta condition. The total carlot shipments 143,251 boxes. Chicago consumed but I there are four columns of figures WILL BE:

puked under the exchange;work immediately & St. Andrews Bay R. R. from Pan from October 1, 1913, to July 24, 1914 63,479 boxes Cleveland 36,233 boxes all expressing carloads. Column No.
The sales force will begin to St. Andrews. has ben as follows: Tomatoes 5.R70( I and St. Louis 37.127 boxes. 1 shows the number of carloads of'
in all the important cities ama City This shows that Florida fruit is unknown REFUNDED GROWERS
cars, lettuce 1,746 cars, celery 2,921' I each product which were shipped to' ,
*.f. the fruit buying section. cars' potatoes 1.97G cars, pineapples in the west, but a close study points on the Ohio and Mississippi
Directors Optimistic. Jacksonville.-Florida Naval Stores of the figures inr egard to prices paid
526 cars melons 4,080 cars cantaloupes river and beyond; No.2' gives the,
Thodirectors of the exchange:condi are & Mfr. Co. will erect buildings to cost 305 cars, mixed vegetables I reveal the startling fact that the hIghest number of carloads which went to Tampa.-Fruit growers who -ire

quite optimistic as to business $10,000. 5,555 cars.DELRAY. prices paid for Florida fruit were points in the north east of that line; members of the Florida CitroEx.* ?
tions in .the immediate future. r- those in Chicago. One would natur No 3 gives the number of cars shipped change are to receive a refund of one
realizing that in certain lines there Clearwater.-Tampa & Gulf CoastR. GROWERS ORGANIZE. ally ask why more fruit was not sold to the southern states; and column and one-half cents a box on all.' ',rult 1 s

may be temporary, disturbances, the R. let contract to erect. passenger in the west where the prices are so No. 4 gives the total number of car- handled by. the exchange'last season. .
believe that in the end the war situa-- and freight station. Delray.-The Delray Growers and favorable. The simplest answer is,, loads handled going out of the state: The refund is to be made on February .
tion will react for the good of the S a Packers organization was started July the fruit is unknown there. 1 incase. no unforseen contingent
CHru".Fruit ,
(.150 1S.ZOO I.ISO' 11,600
United States and especially of Flor Fe.IIsmere.-Murray E..Hall will Install 24. The truckers are very much interested The Panama-Pacific International Tomatoes 1,770 l.ROO 100 t.STO ey arises, Accordlng'to an order made '
ida. refrigerating machinery '(brine and 52 were present at the Exposition will be held in San Fran. Lettuce 110 1.509 .10 l,74i : of record at a regular monthly meets

and ammonia circulation)' for meat meeting. As more vegetables and cisco next year. San. Francisco ('S Potatoes Celery 4J6 111 1.7X0 1.49S let tao l.tll 1T !ing of the board of directors. The.
market. fruit are shipped from this section closer to the people of the middle west Vegetable. S75 1.100 780 6.1(6 action is in' accord with the settled
FARMERS TO e e I tnan any other point on the East than to those_of the east and for this Pineapples ISO 17S 100 III police of/the, organization to returnto
it is reasonable to suppose that Mefoni u 1.700 1.800 480 4 080 I '
Live Oak.-Live Oak Lumber Co.,, Coast the association has decided to reason numbers of them will visit the t Cantaloupe. 60 10 It 'tot the grower any accumulation: ..of

HOLD PICNIC C.:.E:. Jones, manager, is reported to have under its its! own own packing brands. house A number and ship of exposition.large The Florida State Com- I Total car. ::4 2:4: 44.478' and cash necessary in: the treasury expense above of operation the actual of
burned plant
rebuild out that if this state Burnt banana and
mission points green-apple are
truckers in. the outlying'districts have the business of the exchange. The refund .
has a creditable exhibit at the fair, the new colors. '
among wil be made from assessment
their intention of joining.
St. AUR'ustine.-Geo. H. Martz let. signified the people of the middle west will see I
combined good of 11 cents a box made at the beginning
Gainesville.-The contract to erect apartment house. I what the state has to sell and will the estimatedcost
roads and farmers' institute picnic WELL KNOWN CATTLE MEN demand Florida oranges; and grape- Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days of the season the as product. (
of handling year's
and barbecue to be given at Earlton onvjJp.-] ('. T. Doty i is!' reported SHIP TO TEXAS fruit which will create a demand in Yoar dniKsJ will refund money If PAZO y
Jack ...
Beach on Lake Santa Fe near Waldo of, to have plans for brick apartment the! high priced markets for the fruit. I' OINTMENT,Bleeding fall or Protruding to cure mar Plies c |to of 6 to Itcnins.Blind 14 d.T... All tones of yellow, especially

August 20, will give the people house cost 30000. Bartow Lightsey & Lewis!' and The fir t,"pplic.tloo gives KIM and ReM. app maize, are in favor for separate.
Alachua and adoining counties of the an finest opportunity .. . Mann & Whidden's cattle men arrived WINTER. PARK GROVE I

to hear Florida some on agriculturaland Apbpka.-Citv voted $4,000 bonds here last week with 824 head of cat- SELLS FOR 30,000
authorities ranches and
tle from their
as erect city hall. "
live stock topics. The program to dehve.od same on cars here to Lykes Orlando.-"Sunnyside Grove" the i

arranged is as follows: Dr. P. is being or- Bro of Tampa, who consigned them fine property of W. C. Temple at Winter :
Grasses; and Forage of the Plants United, -States irani7ed'with Frostburg -C.Company W. Brown manager direct to Texus.Thu Park, consisting of seventy acres, BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES
H Rolfs, director makes the biggest\ shipmentthat ,
water-power five miles distant. fifty of which is in orange and grapefruit ,
t experiment station. Prof.J. to develop C. ever went out of Bartow in one trees has sold and the money
Improving Our Native Cattle, day. These same gentlemen expectto paid over to bind the sale. .
M. Scott. deliver j I bigger: consignment hereto The considtiation was in the neigh-
Hogs and Hog; Feeding, Prof. C. L. Davtona.-City lt contract Gibbs the same parties'in' the very near borhood of $30,000.

*tlloughby Gas; Engine Co. Florida Jacksonville in $30-- futuie. This valuable property was sold to Yellow Pine :
C. &
Corn and Cotton Growing, to install all machinery sewerage These gentlemen: report that this Mr. Jasor Meadows, who recentlycame
000 plant to operate been fine for cattle and
McQuarrie. P. power includes has a season to Orlando from Kentucky, recognized -
Dairies and .Dairying, Dr. "H. pumping station; eauipment and that the grazing: has!' been unusually : as a successful and substantial -I
'Dykes. two 50 tf P. oil engines good. farmer.
in the South': R. three centrifugal! pumps and *
Vetches and Clovers The property is located on Lake a "
E. Lambert. appurtenances, air compressors; sterilizing I Maitlund and on the Orlando Winter i :

Muscadine Grapes, C. R. Warren. outfit. t t SICKENED BY Park and Maitland hard road. It is EVERYTHING-
County Fair, H. H Wadsworth. I recognized as one of the choicest
Sweet Potato Growing, T. K. uoa- I Hradentown.-City will construct pieces of orange grove property in
i 500,0.00-gallon reinforced concrete CALOMELIf that locality, which is noted as one of

iI I reservoir . the best orange sections' of.Florida. j TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE r

Hamilton Co., ,
bey.DON'T Clearwater.: -Sargent Figured crepe de chine blouses make ,
lEAVE i Clearwater, is preparing plans for you ever saw anyone made a delightful l change. {I .
bank and hotel.Clearw.ater.W won't want more II
store, by calomel) you any I
calomel yourself. There's no real rea- -WE HAVE IT r t '
T. Harrison re-
erect store building; 4 stories son why a person should take calomel : .1.1I ,
nort d-to .
,.k} :
KISSIMMEE in center; 2 Stories on ends; 6 .to 8 i: anyway, when fifty cents will buy a j
lOOrOomsabove. I We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of ,;
I stores on first floc'; j I large bottle ofBodson's Liver Tone- If YOU Are 1 ;

I II Worth. J. W. Means will a good remedy that perfectly and ,I lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooriaf,Siding, Doors, i .

Evidence Lake business block.- {I safely takes the place of dangerous Sash, Shingles Laths, Window and Door Frames Moulding ..6
The erect ,
No Need To Seek Afar. I IPlant' ,
Is at Your Door. I will calomel which is only another formof of all Icinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.We I"-}.
B. Herring .
erect business City.-W.building; site 105x105 deadly and Liver poisonous Tone is mercury.Dodson's a pleasant- i THINKING OF' BUILDING A also carry a complete line of Brick Lime Cement Paints, :

No need to leave Kissimir 'it e to here hunt at feet. . tasting vegetable liquid which will J HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you everything ,

up home.proof The because straightforward you have tetpment I Safety Harbor.-Geo. Booth has start the liver just as surely as calomel I ME FIGURES WITH YOU.I for your house or your barn,, from ground to roof./ .

of a Ktssimmee resident like that given plans for stores and hotel to cost and which has absolutely no. bad '1!:

below, bears an interest for everyman $30,000. after-effects. TO FUR- w
in I
woman or child here Ki.slm-/ contract to Children and grown people oan take'
/ T. Rich let
mee. 'Dillingham Ave., Quigley Starke.-N.Lumber & Supply Co., SUrke; Dodson's Liver Tone without any restriction NISH PLANS AND ESTI- .Send for Free Estimate I '

W. S. Edelblute' Several years agoI remodel store building on Call St., of habit or diet. J. Z.Rober- MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM .r
Klssimmee :
says and Johns I I
had bad attack of lumbago and it- Hupied by A. M. Darby son sells it and guarantees it to take '

made'.me a feel pretty miserable while Furniture Co. e . I the place of calomel and will refund I PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD. .
couldn't stoop to tie I We will be glad to give Prices and Estimates FREE. ,
it lasted I even the Palm Beach-W. C Groves your money at once if it fails in your you

my shoe, owing to I the haS pain been across reading let West contract to E. A. Kelsoe to erect I case. 'i Contractors Estimates on house bills atleitie..;' ,z
back. ,
mall of ,
my stories concrete **
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been bene- business building; a ,A
accounts ofthoee who had I' .,
fated by Doart'a'Kidney Pills ao.I de'dded block. . I. When I F : ,"1- .

t'. ,,Boon. ; I see began what: taking The they pain would them left do and in was my mX I Ieue. ,' Packing, Vrnitnroof\ Co.;, organized with $12,000 Citrus T)|I CLOUD iaST. Contractor and Builder, : V Ubw. Pi e.lumb 1; p111otw oe'C f 0 a "

AandJ felt ;better in every way; J' capital to oD4rate.packing plant; .mm- r.; ;e*!.. ... I KISSIMMEE FLA. } ,

>- 7? pride W ' Jy-'ask for..'* kidney remedY'IIC .-Florid* Citrus_ Ex-i ' M PcaatylTtai Are, 124 SanuUrJSt.. ae_K n. loft, "x u.unmc.1"Ii""" t" "0.1.
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: \ loan's- Kidney*PUlrth will packlflg.planti 80x ; < ..,- ",- .'1"-:11".' : -- ..- ".ti': .... \ '1' "
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.;>. la.fAGB' 10. .' THE KISSIMMEE' :VALLEY GAZETT'" FRIDAY ,AUGUST 14, _1914.r

W RING RANCH I Operation, World-wide; :. the ciple methods was practically pursued applied.where the But; prin-the: Let Ye rix :Up: :;III I

[For the Children i condition here are changing and we
are daily approaching nearer the con-.
Movement 1JpYourPlacethi
: ; That ,Will ,Stay ditions prevailing in the old countries, \
I, and our more active and aggressive
MODEL STOCK individuality refuses to drop to thetorel&n .
John R, fall Jr., verb
1i i.) Qu'ta. The student of world event the faculties 1I'etul'to'him is the level withoutdesperate. effort 1
yrr 0 Happy" Lad
tell you that one ()f. the greatestchanges successful attainment to check the descent. .
y this old world has individuals The first widespread movement
ever seen though bloody, succeed, in 1
FARMl lb now 'going forward silentlyi but improvement of the lot at all, together along this line in America was the
.;. surely, and we will eons day awake with a legitimate attainment of benefit co-operative stores of the Grange. .
to the fact that the Almighty has to himielf. Thousands of them sprung up and ,
l ; '' 'worked through his people a peaceful BEfore the practical l application of nearly as" many died, but the experience .
revolution which has brought the millenlum the principle of be so dearly purchased by the farmers 1
co-operation can
'Comprises 3000 Acres of much nearer of realization had, conditions must be such as to de- has resulted in numerous small I am prepared* to convert .

I through the pressure of material'necessity. mand on the part of a large portion of co-operative organizations throughout area of land within a
the population a chaiyre. And when the country to cover various fields, any .F..
: Osceola County Land This great conflict Is the battle on that time comes the intelligent man is notably the mills elevators, and reasonable distance of Kia-

between the principle of competitionand ready for it, regardless of his personal growers associations.' There is hardlya
o co-operation. condition. He knows that it is use- large city in the country but what immee, no matter how ,
PLACE HAS BEEN DEVELOPED bw The I theorist, the forerunner of all less to kick against the pricks. That has its buying clubs, for the purchase
i ((l 'IN LESS THAN A YEAR'S TIME. I great: world changes, has for more he will only dissipate his accumula- i of the necessities of life for its mem- rough or neglected, into a y

.J, AGRICULTURE' AND STOCK x s3 than a century seen the necessity of tions in an attempt to fight againstthe 'bers. So our people are gradually; productive and remunera-
I4 l' RAISING PROVE SUCCESSFUL. t7 this change and has preached the doc- inevitable.The I and almost unconsciously learning cooperative -
trine in -every corner of the world. 1! lessons which will be of infinite tive condition.
f''; 5.. ,-People who have not been. in the The application of the principle Involved European nations felt this [ value.Jater on.
v of Campbell Station in the in operation is advocated pressure! which demanded a changeover
I:?' vicinity months will be surprised from nearly as many different standpoints 100 years ago and by 1835 Socialism | Great Co-Operators
as a theory with followers had i In the more advanced stages of cooperation : -
when that there have developed
passing way to see the re- I as
markable development of R. I). Wart I trained minds to press the teachings. become strong enough *o TeTrei iajBL t dale; the methods of the in Great t -
t t hig's ranch, fronting the i Each teacher has gathered about him name. Numerous communistic organ- co-operative movement
county highway Estimates and Pla
: izations have come into existence, Britain seem to appeal most stronfrlyto &
his oarticulr.r
and teA. C. L. railroad, and dispiples advocating \
waxed and waned as people rendered our people as is evidenced( by the
with its of modern school of thought.Tliumphsnbeooperation I
# huildings
group .
I in view. : is thatptate desperate by conditions, grasped/ at stores operated by these 'o.oP'I'lltors FurnishedAir. -
plainly them as does a drowning man at indifferent parts of the country. That
This 'which will be reached when the I
property furnishes/ a striking ''
1 'straws. In these' defunct the Rockdale plan contains the vital
cmlor'ied in the ideasof
of what he accomplished two principles
1 example may
the of i is1 evidenced
true principles of co-operation
in Osceola county with its vast acreage Voinpeli'ion"' ahd 'l1'e! survival: of! cooperationwere germs
overladen with its success In the field it covers. -
impracticable .
the fittest" have ben eliminated, and F
w, a of virgin soil, if one has a fair
fads which sunk Started in 1844 26 workers
them. Here and" by common -
of and wheel the whole world "I am ". ![ ,
amount working bays y
: capital applies
a' .'s :, there, because of the long; life of the in the mills of Rockdale with a
intelligent methods to the i LI'O" I i keeper. '
develop- originating l leader, organizations capital of but $125, it has twill
: I II Great Minds Advance IdriM. sur- grown
of the land. ,
ment I vived for decades its enrollment has the W. Law r
''' of has many but invariably +I passed 10,000- .
The advocacy o-operation
Ler! --th n a year ago the 30OO acres
000 business
where while its
in transactions
persistence impracticable -/ (mark, -
ed socialism, Christian
the evol s-oiial-j
Waring ranch
comprising were
ideas continued they went under. '' represent hundreds of millionsof
sT wild and untouched. Todav-the entire ism, Owenism, Fabianism, collectivism In some cases wise action to eliminrtethe dollars each year. We think that The Developer of Modern Model Farm*
tract is under'a modern hoar proof St. Simonism, Foul ''erism, CO'1'ln'm -
impracticable saved the organization. the 70 years'of successful applicationof
fence, several hundred head of ,sleek. ''Fm and many other isms, all '
The Oneida the laid down those'2fi
of New principles by Box 145
well-fed cattle and sheep on itl y I by American Preti Amoclation.Master having; their particular theories of Hie, community ,
York state is in ( workers is evidenceof
a case point. ample
*> method, of application of cooperativepunciples.
I native grasses, and enough" agriculture John R. Fell Jr. America, because of her the virtue in them.
I many
has been undertaken to during the ; ; Great advocates 'lri; oTnorra op- Kisstmihee Fla.J. .
li 1 provethat I summer" season is a resident of New- '. lIuges, Ch.i>.''es Kingsley. F.I, portunities for individual development I Co-operation has come to stay and | ,
the land is capable of successful I :
port, the fashionable and equal chances of the community which realizing this I
very resort of
in L). Maurice, Edward BelluntV, I I-e-t:Ii-) I ;
and truck
grain raising any .quantity America's richest folks. In winter he nand Lasalle, Karl Marx, Ruskin, Wil- I disastrous losses, because of lack fact, bends itself seriously to its ap-
desired. lives in New of has been slow plication to local conditions will
York city, so he sees society liaM Morris and others have sedulously i knowledge or ability, pros-
Buildings on the Ranch. / in both take the old | in to the wideness of
to seriously countries'ideas proportion
seasons. That is, John from their ( up per
In beginning the development of the: R., Jr., might. so it j if he chose to vH'vnoint.That taught. the principles I' of co-operation, except to study j the application.-Fellsmere Tribune.C. \ .
aj ranch Mr. Waring's first work was to i W. B
1 have the place fenced and such build- I is bother too young about it and, which full he of does the carless-not. He '; the principle is becoming of competitionis moreand I J. BRRKETTFire B

ings erected as were necessary to, ness of youth to bother about anything essentially wrong The C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.
house his and the more clear every day. man
own family :
i, force of the ranch comfortably and I the that AmerMan isn't fun. John is a real boy of who bases his principles of living up- Life, Health and Accident
t conveniently. Approximately $10,000 I kind who is mainly interested on the teachings of scripture compre- The Waters & Carson
+ in
things common to bays of those
t was spent in fencing, erecting the, his years. For instance, John hends that it is opposed to INSURANCESuccetior
a met
three or four modern residences on the, a teachings in that the success of competitors -
photographer down at Newport, and
place, building immense barn installing is based upon their ability to .
art he'wasn't
I a bit uppish. TIe'posed glee-
\beat down and destroy their fellowswho
.. water works aad electric lightplant
j I fully for the man with the camera pursuing like paths in industrial Grocery Company to
; :\ are
etc. The buildings" are attractively and held his
I by the tail, life. To the economist it it.stlfcvident NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY
; that of the
grouped on portion
1 j I IRO that the little animal could be in because of the investmentof
land lying near the railroad station the picture..
Unfortunately coKumn
of methods
in the duplication
11 j. and each of tricresidences surrounded of the paper is not wide enough is that :z: Old State Bank
by a big" yard which the several ], to show Buster, but in the photograph where a single unit all is> Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES Building
,, families are beautifying to their own he be his necessary to perform the function. ...
I may seen, tail firmly grasped <- : -xoooooooo.OO'O..
The theory of cooperationvluch
:v' taste. All of the buildings, including I in John's right" } list. John is a real ,.
down and
is based the pulling -- ---
s the barn furnished with running upon
i; :, are boy-no mistake about that. essential
that whicVis to
water and lighted by electricity. And destroying
p --- - ---- community life is false. In its perfect C. F. THRASHER
the main driveways running throughthe
' application no can
ranch have overhead lights. I
?i 4 Practically every type of" land that j I PULLS HEAVIEST TRAIN oicur.: On the other hand it block 40000000004000000. f 00000000000 0 . 0 . SHEET METAL WORKER
the path of the individual who would 0 0 4
can be found in Osceola county is with-
in the borders of the Waring ranch, I I cHmb to success over the shoulders 0 WE SELL: Oy 0 WE BUY: Steel Ceilings a Specialty. J
Binghamton, N. Y.-The Erie Railway -.'| of neighbors, and forces him to di. 4 HAY. 4 0 V
r? Including some of the finest fruit and I I'hone 119-R. Kissimmee.
conducted 4 0 HIDES o Fla.
'' a test of the pulling ,
; vegetable soil in the county. A large -
.. "
0 GRAIN 0 0
,i portion of the entire ranch consists power of its new centipede locomotive, --- --- -- -- -- -- -
<0 O 0
of pine timber lands from which most 'the latest marvel of the railroad How To dve Quinine To Children. 0 FERTILIZERS 0 FURS, <-:-{-
: .'t\ of the timber has ben cut at some previous world. The giant weighs 410 tons and FEBRILINR!.the trade-mark: name given to a" 4 WOOL ", '
'. date. The tract affords excellent improved Quinine. Him a T.........Syrup plea. *. I of M. TILLER
r the has 24 driying wheels, 8 of them being I .nt to take .nddoea not disturb the atomach 0 SHINGLES, 0 0 ,
.'iiill \\ pasturage year, Children take it and never know it l I. Quinine 0 .
i this being: made possible by the num- under the tender to secure additional Also 1 especially adapted to adult who cannotake : 0 ORANGE :ORES, 0 <0 AND .1 Real Estate
t{ erous patched of low muck ground driving power. I ordinary Quinine. Doe not nauseate nocaua 0 0 .

; which are always covered with green I. The officers in charge kept adding I it the*next nervousness time yon nor need rlnrinm Quinine In the. for bead.any purpoe. Try. $. ORANGE WRAPS ALL . .
1 forage and furnish ample feed for the care Sifter car of coal to the train until Ask for Bounce original package. . I .
':i. -, tock at season when other grass, is it consisted of 250( fully loaded steel FBBKIUKS;i.blown in bottle. 25 eenta. VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 COUNTRY Realty bought and sold.. '

,,1 .. acarce. "battleships" with a total weight of .---.-- -- 0 0 Houses rented.
I 4' \0 What I. Grown. 21,000 ton; CRATE' NAILS, oOo.' PRODUCE. Taxes paid and Titles verified -
.:'F Satisfactory experiment have been The locomotive pulled this train for H.E.BAILEYPainting .' ,. for non-residents.

> itr made' this year, in growing! feedstuff forty miles at the rate'of 16 miles per 00 . 0 . . .. .. . . 00. 0.0... .......,. .Fire Life and Accident In- ,
y for the stock. ,A big crop of hay washarvested hour, establishing a new trainload rec- and Paper Hanging .
and the yield from twenty ord for American railroads as well as INTERIOR WORK A SPECIALTY m surance.
; acres of as fine corn as could be desired / for the world. The train was easily We aelLjfield and garden seeds of all Undo. A Indemnity Bonds.
; i la ready"to put into the barn. 10,000 tons heavier than any ever! I 21 Mabbette Street. We --che special attention to fitting out hunting and camping ,partle *+ +l
r l This corn, grown without fertilizer, pulled by a locomotive. 29-tf Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. **** fr < -
reached a height -of ten and twelve We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us fir circular a.ct)
, ; ____ I __ _,_
< feet and every stalk bore from three -'J .. prices on fertillxers. '

I! ,. to five ear of corn, perfectly matured .

. i.; and without blemish. Mr. Waring is S. BULLOCK
)Ir ,,:; satisfied that he can grow corn: in any CARSON:: FARMER: 1111I1111111I11111111111I1 I I+I-I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I ; .

l .' quantity needed "for his stock and another -INSURANCE = .
,, year will put in a good sized
f' : REAL

tJ 1 ,if r( crop.Only vegetables for home usej were I Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency ...........ESTATE............

grown this year, but 'tir-prove the State Bank Building : INSURANCEExamination
J worth of the land preparations are being ,
made to plant three acres of sweet Look These OverFOR :
of Titles
i a
o, potatoes, two acre of egg plant and
r' two acres of strawberries for the ;. ..
1 coming season, in addition to the vegetables Specialty.

.t ,-i;! Water la grown plentiful in on small the ranch quantities., and if D. G. WflGNEfl$ I iHSURflNCE GEJlGy. : Correspondence Solicited.C.W.GRIFFIN.

I' Irrigation 1* needed it can readily be .* ...
provided for. In addition to the well

r, to which the pump ia attached, there Successor to Arthur E. Doneftn Agency
six wells located the I
v-: land are at flowing various points so as on to be Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Baak Building. Phem 246

': convenient for watering the stock. SALE-56 Acres of land less than 200 yard from school

.i I Plenty of Stock. General Insurance Badness and church just across the road from town sites ]/4 of a mile of depoton 1
repreaeatla the and
r. Although the place as a !\stock ranch:, : strongest most
main line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway about 6 cleared
p t< I I. t '. about 1,500 head of sheep, 100 goats, and fenced partly planted to young grove. This tract fortunately is a

800 head of catt.1e.200 hogs and 26 will continue the Business of the Arthur.E. Donegaa Agency : great combintion. has bay-head and nice hog marsh on one comer and .

;1 } head of horses and mules roaming its without change Yonr soldi'id.IDE4L some of the finest snuck: land for trucking to be found in the country. GROCERIESFree
%i pasture. Six fine Jersey milch cows patronage is,respectfully .

are kept for family use and becauseMr. Some good pasture land about 25 acre of splendid citrus fruit

Waring believe dairy stock: a land. This property being so convenient to school,"church and shipping -
profitable investment he has recently Delivery to all Partsof
imported ten thoroughbred Jersey facilities with tome start already toward improvementmakes it

i heifers to raise from. The number of valuable. Price a little lss than $40 per acre with !Y cash balance the City

range cattle is being constantly increased from one to ten years at a low rate of interest.
u' .?,> *i also. To provide for thee
"' health of the stock dipping vats will : We have a client in the north who is a traveling man, that has 80 - _. rrT"E

v +"> |P > -be built on the place, and to facilhate.htpp1nlrT ,* acres of good land in Reno County. Kansas, all fenced and in cultivation ..
; 'R1detrack wttr"r built and planted to one-third of to the En-
crop crop goes owner.
from the A, C. L. railroad direct to
sn the stock pens of the ranch. cumbered for $700. Price $40 per acre. Want to trade the equity : ,

'I i Mr. Waring is also a chicken fancier FERTILIZERS.SSL for-truck farm in Osceola County. Full particulars to interested par GRAYSTONE ,

' 1'i'3T"y of considerable note, some of his : ties. t "'"
cochins and leghorn being prize winner '
at the Orlando fair last winter. Have many other properties of all descriptions at reasonable OPEN ALL,THE YEAS ",
Hi pens contain more than two hundred .. ,"
birds 'at this time, and they help : : Best and CheapestFor j price. VTiani UOOO' a..cond-hand sale from antomo'or MOO to- ,. \14
at aray"ton a .. '
to cut down the high cost of living. Inn Da&a. ***

fact the' Waring family boasts that ; I. .. W. 'KURIIAR, Irsp {
'1 T'-T what eat they raise, with very I ,. ,ti,D. P'ORTER, Mif. 'f.
few theft tlona. : r W

jy Mr. Mr*. Waring,and their four ,
Interesting1 children l live at the ranch, GROVE GARDEN : .

ocupying one of the bungalow on the . . '
place. The-ground about their residence LEWis. : i
are being extensively improved FIELD :,
and In a few year-will furnish a showplace st.
for vititor. Nearly every variety NELSON ATTORNEY AT LAW ,

,,i' .of' tree' grown in Florida ate REALTY: CO. ..1SPECIWZING / ,
: /. r ,. being put out and spacious plat have Wilson & Toom FertilizerCo. IN ; f:, '
..i' been set aide for l flower, garden. ten- r .
,.' 'nia conrtate. .jj"c, i -, I' T ABSTRACT W; .
.tt, .41 .Another: item;tbat..Jwillbe.of1mH ,. Jacksonville, Florida r l' '.
", few hence lathe BEAR. STATE.BANK ISSI1dMEEJ- FLA ANDTITLEWCmi ..... ".
I r >6rauieo I'>*x year :II: :
.' r I'II,',. "yvuiif! uranger -grorerjut- -planted. I' 'Xocal Waters-'S' CtarCCjr o.<':" .; ,- ,. '
2'" ttMwand Jlnte .. partof jthe AgentM .,, r"o...::
I 'A" II' j
of ranch. f .
growth the

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14., 1914. 'i '


' Wh...... I .- ." - 1ST Ctmta OsWUrt atait* *t ......... hev..alb .] + ,. .DR w
Thl Lec1.I.tur. of. 1/11, JwJUolaa ca....., Oseioisi Cowsity. rr.--
the COD.tItIlUon 01 .. jmrchasoxLaoine red..Qannel DENfl't.
Plant City Visit state 1$85. or tb. Is> CMsM rr. "I"
; Resolutions of Florl4a. did pu. fors Joint' 0. 8. LAND OFFICEa at' QWaiv111s. City of-.Klsslmmeo, Complainant. .vs.WoUferd ( shirts guaranteed not to shrink He ,
.1'0Posllllr am.n4m.nts to Florida Angus'Vr19r4V. Addis. Defendant reminded the salesman of 'Kats "
the Con.UiGUon or the 8tats NOTICE la It forcibly. theguarantee Upstair tq Balldln*:.. *- A 4
of Florida hereby given that 'William apsendei to
To Truck GrowersFor an.r tb. same were agreed to by a :J. Garrett of Lou thman. Florida who.. the .:fn.'t'dnfltbl'htg:; -. cause some week later. so't It a. m. SO 11 -of
Elected5r1rtkB *r all the mombori on February-II Ul mada-Uomestead that Wellford 'Addis, the defendant "H... yon had any dUfienlty'wltbthem \Jrnca. J 1SU; ", tD.
iao.h *"; that the> votes Serial IYo. O(4e9! for 8WU' ot therein named la a- non-resident of the ?" the latter asked. Telephone No 7s .- .6:301. ;hr
want of apace the following r*. three on, said Jo'r5 Resolution were, on. and, "d NW'% ot stfu '" state of Florida and Is a resident of "Have 'I?" !, ,
crowded out of last upon their respective Journals, H of NBV. S.cUon 11 Township of' WashlnrtOn D of replied the customer.
was wtek'a .
port with the y.** 'and na,.. thoroon. and I'-Bouth,' Range IS rut Tallahassee tur, over the age of r'r. "Why the) other morning. when I Was .
paper. However al'It' concerns'the said did determine and direct I that th. Meridian, has dIed 1Iotlo.,C I intention : year*; It" la therefore ordered dressing wife Ald'to sale'John. DR,: W.:: CARSta J:
Fruit and Truck Grower 'al* lation. Joint Resolutions be submitted to to make PI".rear Ptoat..Wgglapll.h that said non-resident defendant be where didyou Jc'coni ,
the subjects covered of inter- the .lectoos 01 the) State .t the General claim to the land"-.15o deeerlb.a; bo- and la hereby required to .appear tohe get that .pl DENTIS1Office
and Election In Nov.nlber'. 1114, fore Clorkr-orVho Circuit Court.-at Kiss.- i bill of complaint ftled In said cause necklace r . .. ,
egt at all times, we gladly print the report Now, Therefore I IL Clay Crawford. .IrnrneeFlorida, on the Had. dar of on or.September'Aj before Monday th* Tth- day of .
herein: Ida do hereby .- notice tthat Els** -Bejutoirmor. 1114. I. ; IX 1914. otherwise the a.1legatlons over Cal.'a Jewtelry Store) :
J Fruit and, TnicVera give a Wen- (,1.lmant Ram,. na wltneaaea: N. a of said bill will bo taken al STOMACHSUFFERED
To the AssocU- ty' Ejection will bo held In each ooun Tolar, of Ix>uchrnan. Florida Garry confessed by-maid defendant. Office Noun: 8-1*. 1-5
tion KUsimmee- Fla. In Florida on Tuesday nest ,suce Byi'fvjKi.' of LOughman Florida; J. E. It I. further ordered that this order Office"
Gentlemen=-- O..elID f.u. first Monday In November. Whldden. of Loughman, Florida R. H. be published once a w..k for four eon 23
A. D. the said Tuesday belnrVhei fH'Invton.; of Louwhman. Florida. secutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley .
Your Committee consisting; of Henry third day * November for>> the ratifl- HENRY a CHUBB. Gasettw, a newspaper published in Gas administered for extraction of teeth
Overstreet and A. S. Nelson, :went < or rejection ot the said Joint -If-It- Reirlator. said County and Btate. .'
lk to Plant City to interview the truck Resolutions proposing amendment to This July JOth. ..tR8TRIDT No./. WMd4jTf.ISto.McJi .....,
the .tUutlon * the Stats of Florida I NOTICE TO CREDIT-ORB. J. L. : U Ririaanrti tad fraisW by
men and report our findings as fol- via: Beal) Clerk Circuit Court. DR.J. C. toAVIStho .

prowers, buyers and fertilizer sales- Amendmentnto:: : Section: proposing an I. Came .( the CowatT *.**., huts of LEWIS CCBRTAJ, ..,WIle Mr. .. .
s' lows: Six ( ). of Ar'fht Plorldo_0 roln Ceieiatr.- _r-- Solicitor for Complainant. Il-Tt B Restart .
lice' =' (5) of the Constitution of In ro Estate of C. F. Sr. well known
There is no truck growers association -1' the of Florl in existence there hence, we secured Officers. IOU Persons haying Claims or Do- Under BeeiioM 4T4 add 4TK. Ueatero.1nt oe tit three eaoaikacaused
our information from parties Be Jt resolved by the Legislature of mends against said Estate .< . the Stale of Florida: You and each of you, are) hereby no. of the Liver and -was laidby
recommended by banks and a numberof :Tat the following amendment to titled and to present any Notice Is hereby given that Fred three. .! our matt proas-
different farmers and truck grow- Section Six (6) of Article Eight; (8). claims and demands which you, or Roberson purchaser" of Tax certificate linen! byncUB that Iwould returned to his home .of Ac*
of the Constitution of the State of either of you, may have against the. No. 1591. dated the 7th day of May A. D. kave to submit laen
Florida Is hereby agreed to and shall estate of C. F. Prevatt Sr.. deceased, to relief 1
ers.All 1SI4, has Bled said certificate in operation get
the people interviewed. by us be submitted to the elector of the late of Osceola County, Florida to the and has made application my for bollard o< your W.Iul ........- PARK MOTEL J
I stated that the preparation of the' State at the general election to be undersigned administratrix of said estate otnceb eed to Issue In accordance with Stomach Neated. and .

soil for .needing was practically half A.held D.on the first Tuesday In-November. hereof., within two years from the date law. Said certificate embraces the following secured .* full treatment. where he will test eyes free and a.lf ''
1914. for
ratification took it
or rejection to
dn't be given to this important : Dated D. 1114. described property situated In according glasses for few ;1
cop "} Ornt61. The Legislature shall proVide July Und A Osceola County Florida, to-wit.: direction and pease d a week. Headache
vToVk, and no one need expect good results e election by the qualified SARAH A. PREVATT. Lot number (1)) of Fred Roberson's hundred ol Calf Stones. cured with-glasies. .
without thoroughly preparingthe electors In each County of the follow- Administratrix. Subdivision of Lot (Ill of Section SO, Since taking your ......-
ing county officersA Clerk of the Z. F. KRIBB8. Township 2i. Range 11, Town of Nar- regularly anddon't I Work Guaranteed and Prices Reaa -
soil as the first move. They grow Circuit Court a Sheriff. Constables, a Attorney for Estate. 31-8t coossee ; feel...,. ii.d'd"o.kl) am praising i 5 ..'
their product on practically low level County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Collector The said land being assessed at the your Remedr to all my friend 1 think it'* I nsble.DR.. J .b.
land but it must be drained well. a Superintendent of Public Instruction NOTICE; OF EXECUTOR FOR FINAL date of Issuance .of such certificate in worthy of the .hirheet pr_..._ B. L. DOOLEY -
j pine and a County Surveyor The DISCHARGE. the name of Alfred Williams Unless ........ ".." ,
All advocate early planting. term of office of all County officers said certificate shall be redeemed according Sufferer; of $toraaek., Urer_and Intestinal l .
Strawberries.All mentioned In this Section shall be for I. Court of the Commtf ......e. State of to law tax deed will Issue. Ailments are not askedto take. Starr's H. S. GEIGER :
were positive that strawberries four years, except that of County Assessor Florida. thereon on the SZnd day of August, A. Wonderful Btomnrh lUwedy for ....... and r
of Taxes and County Tax Collector In re Estate of Charles Edward Frank D. 1914 I month before they. feel benefited. Just try PHYSICIAN AND SURO....
i is the best paying crop and are partial who shall be elected. for two Iln; Oaceoja County. Witness my hand and official seal at o. .one which should ."e..ou feel betterin Citizens Bank Building '
to the Missionary as best variety, years until 'at the general election to Notice Is hereby given. to all whom Klsnlmnx-e City. Florida, this Z2nd day health, convince you that you will! soon "
) state i it is a good, firm berry be held In the year A. I> 1916. when It may concern' that on the Id day of of July A. Ji 181 4. be weuand atronauffenna r free you_from pain, and glslmmeeaFloridL
am / and after much, they shall b.. sleeted November, A. D1'14. we. shall apply to j. L. OVERSTREET.Clerk ; and fiveStomach you a sound and healthy
(food shipper, and best quality. 'Their for a term of four vears Their powers, the Honorable T. M. Murphy judge of Circuit Court. Osct-ola County, a*'it aa* done in tJiouaandi of other Phones: Office 297 or 64 '
next choice is Klondike then the Ex- duties I and compensation shall be prescribed said court, a. judge of probate for a Florida. caeca wherever It i> taken you will hear Residence 265. 14-lyt
,elsior. by law The Legislature shall final discharge as executors of the estate (Seal) l-4t nothtno but the highest. |>ralie. Go to your. .
provide bv faw .for the care and custody of Charles Edward Fxanktfn. de- druceiet-aak him about the great results it
First consideration is thoroughly: of, all Countv fund. and shall cea.ed'and; that at the same time, we 10.. been accomplishing in cases of people .he
pulverizing the ground and getting pro\lde the method of porting and will present our final accounts as executor A GOOD REASON. knowi or Rend to Geo. H. W.,... M'cChem.
from weeds and other pl"\ liifr out all urh funds *: of said estate and ask for their I.... 154.156 Whiting St., Chicago, 111. for a
Tree vegetation nn RIVERS D.
it M. M.
Provided ('ounl Treasurer's electedIn free book on Stomach Ailments end many ,
., If you have barnyard manure, General l Election: held In 1911 shall 'Bated: May 1st A. D. 1914. "You say your neighbor's baby grateful letter from people who. have .beenreatored. J
.nrpnd It and work it into the land before holt office for the term electro H- M. BREAKER. doesn't cry-a much as he used to ?" PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

-planting/ and make beds 30 inches A Joint Resolution.I'ropoalnK ELLA M. FRANKLIN. "Yes." For Sale In Kiasimmee 'ByJ.
Executors. Osceola
wide and plant 12 inches apart in OEO. F. PARKER. "Why? Z. ROBERSONAnd over

double rows. Thin /gives room for an Amendment to Section Attorney. "The nights are getting shorter." Druggists Everywhere.ove. I I Residence 53
16 of Article PHONES
1of the Constitution ofthe :
middle of beds -forace r 148 e
something in
planting/ Slate of "Florida llelatlnif to Ihippulntinint .
-- --
later if desired If ne stable manure ,\ of ("ommloHloiif, (1171 sere ..
they use from 1,000 to 1,200 pouhds of. tin Stutv Militia ;;+;< iciciOici > oi nic > ci > *< -< loiiieiaioicioiaioioioniC'iBieieicioioifticioio' 7.
II. It Itesol\ed 1>" the Liglslnturt-,
of commercial fertilizer, to /grow the thi. State of .Klorltln -

plants they use three parts ammonia, Tint the follow. I 111,1"1"1" to I WL.. WINN
acid and thirteen pot- s.< tl.n' Ifi] ,.r Mtuii 1 IV of tli.. ConKtltiilion ,
six i.f tli, ante t.r rioildii IB ,
ft--h. They scatter this and rake it her. l br HfTKetl; to nrid l Blinll I In; B\ll>- I 1 1I ; a

into the beds a few days before planting I unit.' 'd to Hi. ?, ., of the "Ial" for [ PROGRESSIVEBusiness Office 2nd Floor WilUon Building.RrsiDKNcs .
application each 'Ml,'|it 'Kill 01 r. J j J. t loll .11 t II 111' Ill \1 K1 n-, o
then use a light
ral rl.'lo". .. ,In, r.aft.r tlut, 18 In Mav PHONB II KisaiMHsa.Orncs .
three weeks until the berry begins to thin,, s. .' Hi...ii 1)0. ...tii'I., )IV hall I"l Prom, v 7. Ptaaiu
fot Ill. then use four ammonia, four I inn. sad,, }, d! <.ii. a.. tn. ,I. ol. lie I fnloHI ..) .
l and J I ':." ll Tin, i.i.v.inor: shall upiioint; I iIv
1 andI'
phosphoric utid potash ., ,. .
all nniiiiiH'-tdiii, , I orfK" TM .r th,
(...,,,111111('<1 to lire thias" long as ",'r- Mllltll, IlKlllllllll. ,Ill. .MllUt.llll, "' '", ,d I I
rte. b'ar.) I f"i. lh' Situ t !. with' Mini ..r I,ria.,1I.r C. L. HYATT
g. u. ,"sal! tt In. xli.ill] I I.. h? f ..f. xl.ifT.Tin i DR. 4J
Spra?'ing. ( Physician and > ,
.hillmil! i '.np.n.ali"n' .f all'
They spiny beginning early, after, o ..fa-! ? up' 1".1 val] In ti..d-bt l ; People SurgeonEissimmee
and .. ., , '
plants btuit'to glowing/ nicely, I la" Th. l.iiiiu" .ffit< .f ill n- I Phones
"lIl.rmansBlue Label, TOIl "Ile for [ inlnloniil nmi'l-K of tin mil\ y
I .
use ''Itl.i Nliall l h, i ,,tnuotiH,, during Ihiof I II' Orfice.197 _
Insects and fungicides This can be ']' ,,""r. tin ,;o\inor' Pllh".I'\| ? to t '
secured from the Iloiman Luboratorles nut h lens as mat lit inattiil It\ tin. Res. 248 Florida ,
&" Co. '200( Fifth 1...kl,.l.iliiri-' ptldlr.a, for tlii I n? i.tlr.' 1 I
Morris Herman ,
1'annl t fill. itri .Iih.i ('llIa-
avenue, New York. They spray

every three weeks until the plants begin = \ Joint neeoinllun.1'rnpneing I i You Should Know H. D. GEIGER. '

/ to- fruit, then k. early in September, and use about tlon 18,000 plants per acre. They ,have no It(,.lating to the .]inllolnrMil \' .; lr
irrigation, but think people hoo/hove It' tti-RoUi-rt In the Legislature of Office State Bank Building
I the' of Florid.i f
it very fortunate. That the fallowing amendment to Kisiiramee. Florida { ,
Set I1nt II iu, of \rtlcle V of the Constitution
send for in January
They In )n>reliayrreed" to and shall IN
and set out plants to make runners lie. prupoBed and submitted to the electors -

they nearly all get their plants from of the State for approval or re- PARKER.
the Continental Plant Co., of Kittrell hereafter let lion\ at that I the I to: say general, said election SertlonOne : -GEO. 1

N. C. After these plants are through of salt Article shall be amendedso Attorney-at-Law.

putting on runners they fertilize them as to read as follows
Section! 1. The judicial power of the Collections and Conreyaociag
for a crop of State' shall be vested in a Supreme' ..
Plant City /growers claim an aver- Court Circuit Courts ('ourts.of Recordof Specialties.U2K1 .
of about $300 net profit from an Escambla County Criminal Courts. Broadway.
had 2V4 County Courts County Judges and Justices KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUESS
acre, although -one party of the Peace and such other Courtsor ,
acres that cleared $1,500 but that Commissions>> as the Legislature may "

was above the average. They sell from time to time ordain and establish.The G'F. KRIBBS '

their berries at the depot* It costs compensation legislature of may the prescribe Justices and the :

them about 6 cents per quart to have Judges of the* several! courts, but no -. ATTORNEY'I'-T LAW. KI'$!""&; FLA.

the berries' picked and delivered to court heretofore established under the '
Constitution and laws of Florida shall Examination of.TIUea. a Special/.
the cost of Public Taxe Paid :
the depot which RIEDEL.Notar7' BAkERY
hereby abolished.The & O. K.
>e :
the cup or box. They sell to home FIRE! E. A. Niemeyer Notification and payment ot tues

has large boxes called votes cast In compliance with Carpenter and Repair Shop Is Your Home Insured T If Not, non-residenta given careful '

refrigerator boxes, which are care- said proposed amendments and the Why Not. Call on Red Band Brand Candy -attention. ,.

iced. Above expenses, they say canvass. declarations and returns A. E. DROUGHT. 1
fully Inside Ib.
thireof shall be subjected to the same Furnishings, Screening: 15c p.r '
their berries average them 18 tov regulations! and restrictions ns are and Cabinet Work Insurance Agency Pat Joinston G. P. Garrett ,
cents per quart one year with another provided by law for general: elections Our Specialty. Room 7 State Bank Bid If. Guaranteed Pure. & GARRETT
and last the truck growers in in the State of Florida Phone 292. JOHNSTON ,
year Whereof. I have hereuntoset
In Testimony at tilawpfflces
about 7' /I
that neighborhood received my hand and affixed the Great .

$100,000 for berries alone. Seal of the State of Florida at ..Tallalinnnee WATERS & CARSON GROCERY 10, 11 A 12 ,
the Capital tfti the twen- !
also recommend! W. a MAKINSON CO.
The Bank Bid ;
growers ty-fifth day of July. A. D. 1914.H. Citizen *;,

crushed limestone for berry land, laid andit CLAY CRAWFORD Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, Co. Klsiimmee, Florida. (
can be had for $2.50 per ton (Seal' > Secretary of State Machines. Hardware,, Cutlery, BostEverything
down here. .r Sewing >

They strongly advocate putting/ up I InnER .FOR PUBLICATION..... .. to Eeat. Supplies! 'andMachinery. LOVI8 Co __ T. noTOM waBLXrw- H
I. ClrrnK Co r Stale of .orh. Seventh Bromdway. '
man having: a Late Oeonael for J.dg.of j,
standard boxes
every .
and builda Judicial Circuit, Ooreola Conaty.In Florida B. R. --. CrIminal O..rt.
stamp to put on his boxes Iknfeeery.Laura .
reputation, and if a man is honest B. O'Bryan. Complainant. vs.Oeorge W. G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. MASSEY & WARLOW :,
R Green et al. Defendants.It .
and does the fair thing will have no O. F. BASS

trouble in getting cash for his goods. the bill appearing filed 'In by the affidavit-. f:3du to Adding Machine and 9 Darlington Ave. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSBLLOB: ]

Snap Beans. that George R. Green and L. F. Green Contractor in AT LAW

Snap beans are considered the defendants therein named are residents . Typewriters Property Sold oa' plain and Decorative Practice I. all the Ooorts of the Itat.e.... ot
the State of Florida. and that
They of the United States, also before iha Tlorkla BaO..road .
profit to strawberries as a crop. the actual place of residence Is unknown Commiuion. Painting and Paperhanging 0omi -. and ... Interstate Cemms.. r.Cmbmlo .
if also lots of tomatoes squash over the age of twenty-one For Sa I eo .. _
grow therefore ordered that 515 Sproale Are. Phone r'
and It Is .
cukes years.; '
Irish plant 1J-' OaAatmmoa ORLANDO. ;
potatoes, egg said non-resident defendants be and 1oDef- l'-
and advise early planting. to to
peppers, are hereby required appear
A most important item they say is the bill of complaint filed In said DEPARTMENT STORE. D. G. M'KAY REAL ESATE DIXIE THEATER !
before Monday, the .
about what is going to cause on or
to understand A. D. 1914. otherwise
7th day of September -
be planted by different people if we the allegations of said bill will betaken Dry Goods Clothing Shoe, AGENCY Cool, Clean, Comfortable JENKINS .
buyers in confessed by said defendant. FH. ?
want to be sure of getting as .
will not lie around It Is further orderd that this orderbe Furnishings. Graystone Block Ci.. '
field. High Entertainments
the Buyers published once a week for four consecutive SUffVEYORFraUrni \
and wait to see what is /going to-be weeks In the Klsslmmee Val-

done. In Plant City there are five ly Gazette, a newspaper published. 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor. Sell Land Anywhere on Commission Only.
who live there permanently said, County and State. >y- Hall"' ....., TI...
:resident buyers This July 29th. JS14J qt
and are always on the L. OVERSTREET. '

ground. Our success depends not on (Seal ) JAMES Clerk M Circuit JOHNSTON.Court.. COLE &: UNLEY E. E. MAGEE

one man, but on us all, therefore we By Deputy Clerk. J. D. CLARK tt
must work and pull together. man to' LEWIS O'BRYAN. Carpenter and Builder M. J. HICKS j
help and aid one another, /get the Solicitor for Complainant 82-4t Real Estate Broker Jewelers and Optometrists DR. Physician
Job Work and General Repairing .
pint of unity, and build a reputation that Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe Broadway. and Surgeon; ... ,. .
or our section of the country so 26. Broadway. Saw Filing a Specialty ,

.... hen we send out uniform boxes GROVE'S Old Standard TASTELESS general chill strengthening out 15 Darlington Are.V. Office Pbonaa. ,'

with our names stamped on them Malarlo..nrlcl1...the hlood.and builds up the ay.- State Baik BkL Office 41Rea.. 40 s
will favorably advertise trTn A iru tonc F ir mltilln and children Soc .,
these boxes/ good fruit on H. C. STANFORD CO. C. F. DIBBLE &: SON* ...
the growers. If we put : GREAT; MAN'S LOGIC. I I.. R. ELLIS'Dry.

top and wont bad on/get the very bottom far as our being reputation ; frauger T. T., likes Forrester to tell ,this United o/ne/ : Daniel States :. Goods, Clothing and Shoe, Fancy Groceries Electrical; Contractor J. W. Thompson

dependable. Sued by his butcherfor ,: Water and
Condition at Wauchul. Webster was once Furnishings and 1 i Light Collector .
Same bill of long standing. Before''' .
Mr. a
Now Fellow Members our settled Mr. Webster met I Phone 154. Phone 220 1t'a
has been repeatedly at the suit was Notions.DUTTONHARRIS. 8 Darlington Are.
the same the butcher on the street and asked )
Wauchula t'onditions'prevail and says there as in Plant him why he ceased sending around his .

would only he a repe- order. CO. ERNEST L. GREEN andLICENSED _ .
City, and as it already found I out "WeJI," said the tradesman, "Ididn't WENNERSAWYERBooks EMBALMER
tition of what we would want to trade
of going you .
we did not incur the expense when I had sued Sign Writer and Decorative
with me you. Shoes .
further. of the men "Tut tut" said Mr. Webster. "Sue and Stationery PaInter'| -
Mr. J. A. Barnes, one and like but for heaven's sake .. (
all i .
buyer me you .
we talked to, is a grower: to death." Store and Chapel, Stewart Are. '
also don't staf-ve me 106 Broadway. Phone 283.
We .
fertilizer distributor. v"7' . 114 Broadway. .
and talked to farmers named w Twm.. -gi oawA.

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Boyette. We talked to these men F. H. LAWSON Get Year Candies Fresh Frt>. th* NEW A SECOND HAND STORK

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same information. All were to see them. ,ral.lla.Headaches, Cramp. Colic Cast Store CANDY KITCHEN Formerly at 501 Broadway. VETERINARY*SURGEON "
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The Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Attorney II. D. Gefger left Wednes- f'

t. 1! With Simple CeremoniesRome MANHATTAN. day for extended trip north. He Wants the Pictures of All Little

+ Wallace will first go to Asheville, N. C., on
Mrs. A. B. Sanford; Red
'f' Ga.-The body of Mrs. Woodrow railway station to the church and Furen, Bartow; E. C. Adams, Tampa; business for his office, and from there Kiddies in the City and CountyThe
t J Wilson was laid to rest in Myrtle from the church to the cemetery. H. B. Mansfield, Jacksonville; R. K. will go to New York City where he

Hill cemetery here Tuesday afternoon Special policemen and national guardsmen Van Buren, Tallahassee; E. E. Brant- will spend a week taking 1fl the

; -I .beside her father and mother. patrolled the quiet streets. ley and daughter, Loughman; Miss sights. From New York he will 'go Kissimmee Valley Gazette believes that no more interesting

The president stood with bared head Because of the limited capacity of Martha Bergert, Loughman; C. L. on to Greenfield, N. H., where his pictures can be found for its pages than those of little children. There-
", in 'a driving rain, surrounded by his the church, only members of the fam- Corney, Tampa; George Tucker, Dade wife fore the Gazette invites every mother in the city and county to send
and children have been
t daughters: and sons-in-law and a score ily and close friends were invited to City;[L. L. Lucas St. Cloud; O. Town- visitingfor us her baby's latest and best photo with the name of the baby, i page
of other relatives, as the casket -was 'I; present. On the arrival of the Rend, Orlando; J. Brown, Newton, several weeks, and after a visit the name of the parents and their ddress. These picture will
Mass.; Mrs. P. J. New! Ocoee, Fla. there will return with his to
i lowered Into the grave. The burial funeral train at 2:30: p. m.the cas- Conner"and' ; family be carefully preserved and returned to you after their appearance in
Mrs. H. C.
3 ,; .. was preceded by a forty minutes service ket was placed in a waiting hearse, Miss Sadie Kissimmee. the paper, provided postage is enclosed. Otherwise they can be had
church. Conner, Ocoee; Miss Jordan, Atlanta During Mr. Geiger's absence, the
at the First Presbyterian and the funeral party went at once to
service comprised two Ga.; W. R. Speer, Orlando; H. L. offices will be in charge of his brother by calling af the Gazette office.
The church from the Scriptures the church. Brooks, Tampa; Sidney Bean,?Jack- Mr. J. R. Geiger, with the assist- We want all the kiddies, boys and girls, blue eyed and brown,
: hymns, readings the local pastor Rev. Six first cousins of Mrs. Wilson sonville; Arthur Entrel, Jacksonville; ance of Miss Ruth Thomas, Mr. Geigers's chubby fists and pink toes, whether they be six months or six years.
i f;; and prayer by thousand farmers were selected as active pall bearers. A. R. McRae, Tampa; Burt Cissell, valuable clerk. Twelve year olds will not be barred-nor twelve day olds.
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"'' Dr G. G. Snyder. to Rome They were Edward T. Brown, Atlanta, Georgetown, Del.; C. C. Coffee, Jacksonville I Send in the pictures and watch for the children's happy faces in .. ?
from the country came
,i' Ga., Robert Hoyt, Wade Hoyt and Na-
; S. B. Wagner, Tampa; W. the Gazette. ,
i today to attest their grief over one t.ha1Hoyt.. Rome, Ga., B. Palmer Ax- I
in her W. Green, Sanford; L. L. Long, Richmond CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING
; whom many son' Savannah, Ca., and Randolph Ax- Va.; J. S. Hinkel Seminole /

hood days. in the business .. girl-I son, Atlanta Ga.Immediately county, Fla.;; O. G. Tillman, Bartow;; -- --
; Buildings residence sections of after the services at Leo McLean, Narcoojtee; Eddie Lack- C. A. HENRY COjMING.C. HOARD FAILED TO MEET. 0
: and many in black. Traffic was the grave, the presidential party returned any, T. Lackany and Robie Barker, A. Henry, representing the well > .
,' j were draped the strets through I' to its special train, and left Vt. Meade; F. C. Durand Ft. Meade; known firm of Stoors-Schaefer com- The Board of Trade failed to
;. which closed the early procession on passed from the I I for Washington at 6 p. m. P. A. Tecola and A. R. Briatolas Five Cents Per.Line. pany of Cincinnati, will be a visitorin < have its regular meeting Monday -
; \, Lakeland. /. Each Insertion. the city next Monday and Tuesday.Mr. :> night! of this week, as a ,
I Henry makes an annual trip < quorum was not present. The .
PARK HOTEL. through this section of the state and .> president of the board and a 1
} .0.FIERCE' FIGHTING IN SOCIALISTS PROTEST I M. M. Murdock, Miami; W. F. Pin- WANTED-Two good men to solicit is well known in Kissimmee. While ..y number of its most active mem- t,
son, Tampa; Earl V. Mayer, Jacob subscriptions for the Valley Gazette here he will make his headquarters at .> l hers> are on vacations at this'

y BIG CONFLICTNew Mayer, E. Sahlbery Orlando; B. One can-Florida's have the Greatest city territory Weekly., the the Dutton-IIarris store. > time.
PROGRESS AT HAELEN AGAINST I Mills, Sanford H. J. Styh, E. J. Hall,
J ; other Osceola county outside of Kis- --- - --- - -
Lakeland; F. T.'Windhurst. St. Cloud; simmee. Liberal commission paidto ..e+cooOOOOOOOOOOO "
Ira Wkefield. Webster; W V. Webb .J
good workers. 'Apply Gazette
r: Continued from Page One. York.-Several thousand Socialists I J. E Parrise, Ocala. Office. ONION SETSNow

'',".. at a mass meeting held her is the time to begin planting Onion Sets. Considering the J
: who were thickly strewn about the protested against the European war. I[ GRAYSTONE. WANTED-We want a "live" man to present prices of Onions, there is every indication that they will be an y
'} fire zone. The meeting was presided over by A. L. Cassady, Tampa; A. E. Nas- 'solicit subscriptions for the Valley exceedingly profitable crop to plant.
} Upwards of 200 dead German soldiers Edward F. Cassidy, who claimed that i' sey, Ocoee; Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Bruns, Gazette-Florida's Greatest Weeklyin We Quote: Qt. Pk. Bu. "

'' were counted in a space of fifty the working classes would have avert- Runnymeado; C. I> Carroll, Narcoosee - the following towns: Taft, St. Crystal Wax Bermuda ________" ___ ___ .:W 1.00 3.75 ,...
yard. square. A church, a brewery ed the waf if the situation hId not : M. D. Greeson, Tampa; J. E. Cloud, Bassinger, Kissimmee Park, White Bermuda u_ n_n___._I.\L' __ __ n____. .V0! .90 3.60 11
r, and some houses in Haelen were set arisen so suddenly. Richards, Eat! Orange N. J.; D. O. Whittier, Haines City, Campbell, Red Bermuda u----nu___n---u---n u,-_ .20 .90 3.50 \\
k afire, and two bridges over the Demer George R. Lunn, formerly Mayor of Cash, Jacksonville; V. A. Chalker, Narcoosee. Liberal commissionspaid White Silver Skin __ _______________ .____.___ .15 .75 2.75
were destroyed by Belgian engineers. Schenectady said he regarded general Atlanta; A. II. Schmitt, New York; J. to hustlers. Write, Kissimmee Yellow Danvers __ ____nUunnnu____.___ .15 .75 2.50 "'
r "! Great quantities of booty were collected strikes ,Justifiable to stop war, "when I A. Blackwell, St. Cluod; L. B. Ives, Valley Gazette.WANTEDOrders. White Multiplier ______nn"n________- .15 .85 3.25
? on the battlefleld-and this has death is appointed commander-in- Lakeland; H. A. Mooney, Atlanta; H. for field Parcel Post rate, Per Quart, 6c; Per Peck, 20c.
IiI' been stacked in front of the town halt, chief in Europe." He declared he believed R. Jones, Jacksonville; R. L. Hum- boxes. Prices right. Oscoela cypress Lum- Write for fall price list just issued. ; ,

F of Diest. Many horses also were cap I the Soeialist party to be "the phreys, Bluemont, Va.; E. C. Gal- ber & Furniture Co. KILGORE SEED COMPANY
tured. I greatest peace society on earth." wood Rectortown; J. E. Wilson, Lake- 29tfI t /
' German col- land D. B. Thornton Atlanta II: A. : Plant City, Florida. .
i The strength of the I The meeting demanded that Unite ; ; FOR RENT-Modern 6-'room "bungalow '
umn was about 5,000 men. r State prohibit the furnishing by Estee, Gainesville; F. .M. Shields and in center of-town; M. Murphy o.oooooooooo o.ooooooooooooo;
"food muni-' wife, Springfield, 111.; G. A, Norden, tf. .... .
this country of supplies, 31- . .--- -- "-----""--- "
A HEAVY FIGHTING." toins of war and any other commbdity Canton, 0.; A. .Mackermon, Jacksonville I .. I II I II I II I Illl II II
r August 13.The that.will. in'any way assist to prolong ; J, M. Martin, Atlanta; W. FOR RENT-New six room modem
. took, 120 French" this butchery," and that'the Gov- H. Turner Orlando; P. P. Pumphan- house. Close in. A big bargain.E ''
; German and troops 1'HO; French soldiers prisoners ernment rigidly enforce neutralitylaws dIe Lakeland; M. HatsfieM, Tampa; ; .E. Wells, Real Estate and In- SEW PERFECTION ,
ficers H. L. Brooks. Tampa; Mar Hershlierg, surance, 203 Broadway. w
in the fighting at Muelhausen, :
Atlanta; D. F.. Allen Pa.: Wm. Rosen-
i Alsace They also captured four Hist Zowie ! field Birmingham; W. H. Walker. N. FQR RENT-10 room house, barn and WICK BLUE FLAME
"f,, French cannon. French officers and Y.; C. N. Hugins! Tampa; (;hai<. Mpd- t garage; everything convenient; I
,' Another 1,000 inson( New Orleans; Bess Jordan At1lanra : good location. Also room cottage.
{ men were taken prisoners by too Germane Sure Death"For : Leslie Alonzo. A. R. MrRao, NELSON REALTY CO. .
.'!!1 in the fight near Longw)'. I W. C Henderson, T. L. Walker, Tam- OIL STOVE }

German soil is now entirely cleared Harvester TrustSt. na: C. K. Southard, Lakeland; S. J. DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.
M of French I
y troops. Griffith, Atlanta; J. B. Hyman, Tampa Tiller.
II I ; V. S, Southbuck, Orlando; J. W.
BELGIANSAND FRENCH Widemun, DeLand; I. L. Penny, Tam- FOR RENT OR SALE -Two-story
d Haul, lInn.The! International !I pa; A. Magnon, Tampa; E. R. Fea- store building on Brack St., North
Harvester company was declared to gin Atlanta; A. J. McArthur, Tampa Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-tf
be a monopoly in restraint of interstate ;; Chas. O. Packinham, Greenville, 'en
L TROOPS JOIN HANDS i, and foreign trade and was or-I i SVC.; J, L. O'Berry Tampa; H. T. FOR RENT-Two 3-room flats with ,
p modern conveniences. Apply at the
TTecis- |
dered dissolved by a majority
: Ontloway, Macon.
-- !, ion filed here by Judges Smith and | Gazette office.WANTED I IS THE sf.s sf .
'Hook in the United States court. ALWAYS
i: Brussels, Belgium, via Paris Au<. : Walter H. Sanborn dissented to military chiefs holding office as I TO BUY A LOT-North I
i 13.-Belgian( and French troops have Judge Unless the corporation submits a ] provisional Governors, and contendsa Kissimmee desired. Must be reasonable f '
effected south of Brussels. I dissolution within ninety days i i military chief should not be provisional and give terms. Address | BEST
a juncture nlan for :1(1([ READYSurprise
> President. 603 Mabbette street. It : (;
The German: advance in the Belgian I I the court will entertain an application ] I :
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province of Limburj and Brahant for a receiver. I. .- un .
;4 has ben checked. The German are I I: The decision of the court was givenby I Il I .r

bringing Liege.\ up heavy artillery. again I I Iowa l Circuit, with Judge which Walter Judge I.William Smith of C.I|| The Place Where You Get That "Royal Tailor" Look J Ji "

Peasants report that the Germans Hook of Kansas agreed, and from I ,
{, F' are waiting a war of extermination.I which Judge Walter H. Sanborn of j T I

'F They allege tha' the troops arc firing : Minnesota, dissented. ,
oh' |priests and are killing and woundinf I, The majority opinioTr ReU that the i I
.Ca Whole I'International Harvester Company was OLIVER'SSuitatoriam
people indiscriminately. ,
;' villages\ according to their story, are from its organization in 1902-in viola- I i r %
being wiped out by the invaders. tion of the Sherman law. The original
vei> rday at Tirlemont the Rpljrian, I corporation, formed of five con- '''I Your[ Wife !

lane;re lost twenty-five killed i ,'IIJJ-1 ferns'violated the first seciton of the
Ing Captain Knappen and Sherman act by restraining competition j
Count Van 'Her Burch, while fighting( I among themselves. The combined
against 2,000 German Uhlans. The' organization also tended to monopolize -I
latter lost 2f)0! killed. ; The lancers trade in contravention of the sec With a NEW PERFECTION BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE aDd she will a

were checked by machine gun;but the ond section nof this law. To Thoroughly appreciate your thonrhtfulne. The NEW PERFECTION is- bed "{4

raans.Belgian_! infantry! stopped _the Ger- ; PUT SEEMS CERTAIN. HAVE THAT &PoTfetEANED .7- 5 c CLEAN Your aU-r.und OIL COOK STOVE that has ever appeared ? f,

A regiment of Dragoons coming OUT; I point of EFFICIENCY, SIMPLICITY' d DURABILITY, wdMSe.
1 direction Washington ,Aug. 13. Reports of Palm Beach Suit requirement.--BAKING ROASTING
from the of Liege who ate ? every BROILING TOASTING *
tempted to surprise the Belgians a I t I increasing friction between Carranza IRONING, etc. : --l
P t AlnefTe in the province of Liege, were I and Villa thai reached a semi-climax /i
1 driven off, leaving 16/ ? dead and 102 I I when! the "first chief" directed that We don't mean a mere'rubbing over with a little gasolene, which
ammunitioh to Villa Joe held NO ODOR! NO SMOKE! NO
consigned ASHES
prisoners. up at Tampico, brought a long dor- rubs the dirt in instead of out-but a good old-fashioned washing combined NO DUST! !

l, DECISION RESERVED. mant phase of the Mexican situationto with a chemical and mechanical process that positively removes
the front again. every particle of dirt and restores your suit back to its original The heat which i. aaf6cieat for any hind of cooling i. r
;; ;; co.ea.-
,; I Lewis O'Brya-d". G. Johnston, While Carranza's action was not of cleanliness and freshness. trated at the burer, thus prneatiur oer-keaOBC
'.. of this city, and L. C. Massey, of Or- explained in official advices, persons appearance weather of the l Idtcfce. in hot : ,x

lando, spent Wednesday: in Ocala, here who have been In touch with Vl-! We Make Your Clothing Lotik Fresh and New i w
t where they went tu argued demurrer Ja said he wants Crranza: to retire as
,r, 'to'th petition for a recount of the "first chief." He insists .that a civil, and Save You Tailor's.Bill KEEP COOL BY USING A NEW PERFECTION OIL STOVEFor
.vote cast for county commissioner for instead of a military government be
,:' the fourth district at the 'recent pri- established to conduct electionsthroughout.tb..southern'npubliethat Get acquainted with our'' Repair Department.. Small repairs made sale in Kusunmee by the followiaf '
'- nary... : without extra charge. Alterations of all kinds at reasonable price. dealer Pt
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.Messrs.'O'BrysYi cr.d Massey rep- land reforms be''executed in- confor -
? i"' pr s nt-.Rilcy Godwin, the cnntest- motion with! .the Mexican Constitution: ; SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 5OLIVER'S .. Osceola Hardware Company :: ,"

., ,.and II: G. Johnston xooresonts Young:: 1 that the Federal J, army be 'dissolved:!, ,
''T4.ndaJJv who wag: declared, tte: 'nom-' but that de..mnl'officeri:;and'tnen Ross Graves
Let call
jO64u * .. 'I be admitted to the new and that I SUITATORIUM sailed rotPhone' ; ,
". \Tb*" ,deMurrer .teas 'argued before amnejty b eJ1v.". to all,ipojitical-of of- that NOW..suit j W. B. Makinson Hardware '
'.'"'Judge ''Bollock. .'.Wno rejsrvxl deciii4 fenders, except'those involved j in'the 61"-119 Broadway; yours Co.
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