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 21, 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: VID00660
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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.nMliIiit BUYS NEW ,MEMBERS' II :, .. The, Iron: Duke- : 'M.r 1 GERMANS, GAIN ALONG .


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i' Membership=lisfi Includes 1 I WATERLOO:

, trainload! of' 'Cattle About '50 Members i j London,England.August, 21.- drat t'complete absence'of news"from;

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.:J" will test the real. caliber of the battalion. engaged, In a "new Waterloo" or. \.\ '

SHIPMENT WILL GO QUT SEPT. 1. ,ASSOCIATION' URGES FARMERS a "u.w'Sedan._" ---. ..,' ,;;;... ,p" ........ "' "< '.- .tft ';
-J OTHERS WILL PROBABLY FOb TO -WHAT.-THEY'.WILl; t 'That the great German advance I* being pushed;:wttn' 'rigor' and deter,*

LOW WITHIN THIRTY DAYS. GROW SO,ITS WORK CMf'PRoCEEDEFFECfIVELYi unction can_be,-safely asserted, judging from,the Intelligence. permitted ae',' ,r

I CATTLEMENCOMBINED.- ::. "' z d 'V I the outside world. On both bank of the Mense the ,German' are.crowding;

,I,<.-''' southward.. toward the entrenched French .army Waiting to stem their progress. '' a

J; -t I, toward Sedan. and Par)*. ct,,:>I;!y ,i'h. .. ""> ,. Y
train load of into
During\ this week a .Flee members were received
The Invaders already h..I'eaehecl a lice' between Dinant and Nenfcha- )
attlejhas been sold by various : the Osceola Fruit and Truck Growersassociation
cattl*' owners to Armour A Comapny at its meeting last Saturday I teaa,.the latter point,.being less' than twenty-flv mile.'from Soda a* the "

of. Chlcago 111. ThUshipment will morning, and a number of interesting crow'Hie*. JTo the northward their advance troop have. :'rHeh ll_Ihe_rivet ,
oonrist of probably thirty car' loads reports were filed with the secretary I I! Dyke,-near Malinea.l almost midway between'BruaseLT 1 and Antwerp < i
and will 4fo out September lit. ,- snowing what some of the '*,'
I' Before this northward rush the Belgian force are retiring on Antwerp.
The cattle will be taken direct to the growers.intend to plant for the coming fWhether
laughter houses of Armour & Com- season. That more of these re- In Brfesesl they'call this a strategic retreats ';? .

any for immediate a'portion of ports have not been turned in is a disappointment the movement is strategic ,or forced, the German,.. have gainedmnch '
ho.train load going to Chicago and and hinders the association ground In the direction of Brussels. *" '
other probably to St. Louis Mo. in a' most important part of its
Eu..Mr. Price; buyer for Armour & Co., work, therefore it was urged that .n .
as here several days the early part who have not filled in the blanks 'furnished 3000 MEN KILLED( ; 5000 WOUNDED WHEN *",*
o f the week,, and on Monday spent the them do so at once. -Other associations : '
day:in company with C. A. Carson'and are reporting to the New -- - ERBS-'OUT'FIGHMO.tobTVU; IANS;' '! \ ;

E."U. Lesley, looking--over-cattle York Packer and commission men in . .
[the.range:to see whether they were the Eut what may be expected from >t'
fin-condition to meet the requirements their sections In the way of. market- London,, England' Aogust w-AAK' dal tommunteatloi"receive. *veil >:1 "

[of.his market. He seemed thoroughlypleased able produce and it is necessary that I Paris declare that confirmation' la at hand of previous reports of,a Servian y 11'.;

[company, and would said want that one he believed or two more his that Osceola buyers'count may- do know the same what in Is being order B reis' ihowd'the 1a ta.dt; finost f;powerful ship, in",the "British navy victory at Shabat, over 80,000'Austrlans. I Shabats I* In Servla.-40 all".wea"J .
loads within the next flirty done here. The blanks sent out by the The.Iron Duke will be' heard front. when th. English. fleet meets the German Belgrade.,, ' .r.

association simply ask for an estimate ,squadron . ;,1 Austrian*,suffered a severe defeat; with'very heavy losses U, ..., andmanltloas. '
.rt.? seams that the cattle men are of your. citrus yield, if you have *. ' -. According to advicei I..IItIItom. their casaalltle amounted t* .

working together in this matter.' Jld grove, and what you expect to raise in ,000 men killed.. ..and. S.OOO, wounded.l""l_ r. ;" \;: -
I a number of,then* will supply a por- the way of truck, and in what quan- City .Council Volunteer To CLAIM 1MOO ARE LOST., _. .* -
11on; of W. tint shipment, particularly tity.: .It will take lea*'than ten minutes ry
anon. Cattle Company. Leale .__& 'time'toiflU, : in these blank. and .... London;;England-The Setyian legation ha*, recelvedtbis"telegrafrout:, '
EeL Wh.tey. Roll Ba.-.n ,, Bulkh'eizc' inQ' t: ,th. Se vto .r.mlw.s'W ,>. _' 'w : ..' ..
Rasa. ? s-tn'M Iim to' 8. FFansler secretary D o Its Sh are:; ; 'T.sua: :;. association and .will. ""The Anstrisns. completely lD the mountain'near
ry 1mtnenserpacking of the mean a . _......... . .01., were : Sabae and
deal,when an - .
It .a great when. the time to ,
means such great deal ,?:comes fifteen thousand anaihiUated., .Fourteen gums were ..... .

,Armour' *%Co. establishment,comes into' as- "dispose:-Will of crops.Grow Strawberries.-' ' 'PlansLaifor''. ,White: 'WayThe ... Austrian are fiectng Im greatldisorder""'""to' recross" '"the. ,rivers, Set

amen: actire buyer of our 'A'number of the members have reported _.. .. *i ,and. Drina' ,,hotly. pursued by:.ouri' : ,..". **' VJ: ,
I ran,.- tt1e. -It probably mean the that they will raise strawberries. .... ;---:-' : : : .. ;
'*CiftD1Q&" of,.a new era marketing .; 'Atotal 'of nine and ,one 'hal city'Founcll'ln: ,:special:'session 1 within;: th* next few weeks will make > ': ' 1
these cattle, u.It is well known the ..ere. bad been'pledged to berries' precious last Tuesday;night 'renewed the dieeueslon it possible! to'do.this at. 'any time TWO HUNDREDfiERMAN :S"IPS'.WI.Tft : I

[capacity handling j cattle of the Is Armour almost.unlimited.people',for,; at least to eix Saturday.:more acres' It will I i. known be planted that of,:bulkbeading the lake'.ndkeep question thereafter of the posts council.for the took lights, up *the according -' ', .$300,000,000() ; ARE: PRIZES- Oh() ;ML S'" "
ball authorized '
Mr.. Price has impreee.d-local 'cat. Ivan has .one to the .rolling the to the original) plan, the post* .
rviemen ..-heln g a very clean nt-bust, Beaberg L. B.-Ingram, .will pant ,two city, attorney to draw upform' will probabjy be erected by the different , "LondonEngland'Aeguat, ,' eetlmiate"r" :" ';" '''': '', ,
acre 21 The Dally'.Express. that
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willing to be fair with those Ambrose Moore and covering the city .,part the merchants in front of their} placesot
nessinan acre.
L'from' whom bee, purchases.\ We welcome acres D. G.? McKay two additionto bulkh..ding.and: filito,;be .mad on business, but the council will'' exercise .' number, of large.German.'vesoels captured at. sea,by the British, French and '

[ him to'our community d nope those previously noted., city propety.Wbether .. -. .an authority a* to the style of Russian warships totaIa'200.'wfUa.:, a tonnage of ono million.tons .u4.'i lu.. '
'ha will find,itpossible to be here fre L. II. Ingram.. F. II. Lawson Ivan or not'anything: comes of posts and number of .lights on each, $00000000. '.. .f *Hot
quentl,.. 'and.that the cattle of this Seaberg, W. I. Barber R. V. Lanier. this action will'probably depend upon so as ttf: have them appear uniformand there still remaining" at about n
Eiectlon thoroughly please hU Jr-C.! Aeree..U."N., other property owners along the' lakeshore add to the beauty o'fthe, town.A Th paper'says are Ilea 500 German ships
concern.BOAD.may<, J.Bratton H. Lanier and ,U. G. McKay.are the new The city council in volunteering committee appointed to invefeigate liableo capture' at any ,moment.-,,Thee ,have a'total tennag. of 2,700,000;. +4
members of the association. The membership to do its share of the bulkheading the qualities both iron and concrete tOn. and a value'of $700.000.000. they. include! 155 Hamburg.American'vessels :

BOOSTERS WILL list now includes about fifty .n [ property owners will follow suit and to be used consists of Dr. T. M.\ Rivers,
names. announced'.t'-: the- that the entire lake front may be improved Roma, Thomas and G. H. Prather.' forty-fiv Hamburg-South, American, fortyfive German-Laaatti'thirtymanAmerican Ge-;... ;

't meeting The secretary Saturday that new member in this way. In case property Drainage Ditch. Petroleum and thirty-Bv Woermanni: ; ,' -auk-':.... ,4 4S_.':t..:."" .
.k; tQME BY ship cards would be issued, to every. owners will'not aerwe to this some The street committee was_ instructedto "!'. !....
other procedure will likely be'heces- ascertain the probable cost of increasing '
I.5 .h., r 44 q.. body, giving each to his member number a number on the a-ry. I the capaeity-of the drainage KAISER CHEERED;' rr.GERMANS'CRUISERS:' / '. N.
:' The Good -Road Boosters'.of Manatee' corresponding oookl: One 'firm, whose bid has been submitted ditch north of the city, by extendingand ;".
.: and peSoto counties request that.very membership Fertiliter.- to the council agrees' to do widening it. This is considered a '' BADLY f;'.
To Secure LEAVES ,
owner of-n autoo in'South FlorIda Andre der Mersch vice-presi the bulkheading at a figure that .eem'I' very necesssary work, to be done as fRONT! CRIPPlfD *., .. _
F-i ;join In a trip.and invite some one1with attention to the fact that very reasonable providing all quickly. the city can afford to, do ,-.,:..;;.. "'t"
them. to..examine the oil. sand dent the European war had stopped the Im as, five block are contracted for it. Besides the sanitary value of this Berlin (Via Lnndon-.avid.:Copenhagen ShanshaiChlnrr'1'wo. 'ri a" t

,rod at'EUltll, on Tuesday, Septem- 1 .potash..from...Germany lilteb-.1t-u.-upaelt; ,- U". Increased ).-The German'emperor-" cruisers," haTe .been- disabled
lhef..lJt.: :a A* differont- routeswill'beeoeuary and portation.that the price,.of fertilizer containing waer.frontwhere; the dock is located, there'will ,be no more flooded streetsin .leaving he capital Sunday received: brought ;Into- HongKong.; ., .,'" .and; '
[ for, diffrent.parta of the would reachprohibitive and I.t the bulkheading I. contractedfor that neighborhood following heavy Adolph Wermuth, lord mayor of Berlin The deck works. turrets and barbet .
--.ute, arrange''your trip td arrive at potash in.the probably future.It a new dock will be a part of the rains, and property values -willii\ In- to whom he handed a I tel of the two cruisers .10. . ,,"EaatU by suggested 'therefore that if the Improvement on property.The crease. ing that in leaving.he wished and their ma.ta.And funnels'shot; '
.. 2nd returning leave Eustls'nV was and Atlantic' Coast Line owns two owningthe.cypress swamp-.north of to thank the population for all its I away: :Their sides were stained with
.'ati2SO PI' < ,Those going via BartowTlIalne grower would get together need report blocks,adjoining thee city property, the city agree o have., the swamp demonstrations and proofs 'of devo.. bloods I rbIcllhid through the ",
l City and Orlando. are re- how much fertilizer they will and and it i* understood,that they will enter cleared when the city has: extendedthis tion. The decreeadded: per.' -' -*"\ 'run ,< scup tw2
.'.''queeted to-arrangeto dinner, at Bar want that some of communicated the fertiliser'with companies into the plan for bnlkbeading. and drainage ditch "! am firmly confident th a '.with the torigid 1 rlthh"*eensorsUp at ';;)
'tow on Tuesday. could be improving the.lake'front.*' Tax'Equalization. help of God, the bravery of the German Kong It i. '
Orlando, Kissimmee and and reserve, secured by making meetingof ? tejpossible yet to.obtain
!Hotels at a1 Broadway's White Wsy.Another Atthe regular September army and navy and unquenchable 't.h. -of ,
names the
:"Eu ti. are 'notified to be prepared deposit on the same...This matte will' .' J' Interesting matter discus-; the council;; the body will,take up unanimity of the German people dur, :_ -,'. _. two' German
V'; This trip will be the best means of Ke taken up at the meeting of the association led by the council at this meeting was the year' tax assessment and sit as1' ing-these hours of danger victory will' Many G r Ba "merchant wii w Y
"first hand" information SaturdayAugust,'and will < are ;
si. usemlnating on board. This-work
..,-white wayfof.thebusiness'sectitfh equalization crown our cause. lying nn the harbor
.in' regard ,to the oil' sand M d it is hopedalso:\ that many'of< the of the city., It is the intentioirof, the be.telken; .up after other..regular,biuU .(Signed)' r '.<,,-William I",.R.fRENCHSINK .-' T ;at Hong JCong, M
,samples of which, has now .iiweir- blanks filled in and. be. sent or city;to; .supply"the current! for -the ness, and will likely consume the evening .t, !' v .' -vice two.r..t :.Euitis, and suchiether bro ght to this-meeting. -This meet- white and as the new machinery of,he entire week beginning Sep.tember .' 0 f" .';
< *roliatla.: 'information in regard will be held In the cfty> U t. 8:30( 'way 'a, ., .' ; TWOUSTRIArWARSHiPS JIVCR DIFFERENCE ItN,flMEl .. '
ing .. to be installed at the electric plant ? ? ; "
i' saaie'tacan be had will be madeavailable 'J i. ,.If .. J. "'; BETWEEN .
"to. .. : .. ...- - ,. .;-:;:- .----- - -- - - ' KISSIMlIEE0.. \
.';" on, this occasion.. Good roads.rq'th.sonething'lacking In addition to impqrtantb'uelneessmatters .7.NEW'BOILER'FOR'ELECTRIC> it. ,' ;" , to.'!f .: o ./. -AND. CITIES OF' J ,
: ;. ; In South coming up then, members are WAY ,' -,, ,] ..EUROPE.. J ,. ,
;.r; .]j'lorida.-If', 'oil cand roads' can be requested to,come prepared to enjoy v.f; : T PLANT .ON.THE 6 BOARD OF TRADE MEETING. + <, < '\ 'Co!" i : i'.I. ..'...:-' 7' t
'j but!',';for l f 1C'ffi\) ,pt r mile\ It would and participate in j"experience; fThe'tiew bolter for the electric light + ,'......-' .-:...-".. /,. '-.,':'- -LondoW;.;;;A'1 dispatch "'toRenter's ./."'European',.tine, I.jvery, such.* ,
..J ':m'!that the prohlwro is solved.flTHEATBECLOSESc.- meeting that the entire membership plant 1 I'll expected to arrive within the O.,.The Board r of, Trad"VJiifa'-!a,04meeting.echeduled Telegram .Company from. Nllh; Ser- +:_'".t" than the-. tlm used in:* .
may,get pointers by'hearing what is next_day.or.two.-and-will-be'put-in for.'.Monday;'* via, under date of Sunday-; says: v* ; .'Kissimmee,. and the .following,. \
: being done,In.. the preparation ,of the place immediately.1' The dynamo and ,August :41-.t< 7:30 p.\m..n> the *,. "A French and "comparison will besot nee as a'.
) soil tot the fall crops.",p.uting..ete.} engines;are, ordered>but have not city hall., President J.';;a';Wood- (.Austrian 'Warships began, ,off. Budua, *;J"ference.At; 8:00 o'dock: here -C-1
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And any'membetwho: wants the '.. been shipped yetr-They will.doubtless beck; = the association Jrt'prepar. hand week .'however. and '- Clueats. a large'..attendance -,. this ..morning: -The French ; -.
: 'A sistance of be., on in a or so: ", ; Jjwano: : Opposite ;the following

r 'JQ:; 4.IRHOUS:: f pav.lug"the Mr,,soil- or.putting f- out.:plant.'." can- ',' 'RUSIA".JINYADES_ ;_ : '.GERMANY.' 0[ )' *.. .. .' ',;;this,meeting.'" '" ,.";.,..*....oJ_,,. .+.:\,,the omingtfrom Austrian warships the southeast-attacked. Two Austrian ..*,cities "is..'-cities shown when-the', time It-fs .9:0fd used,"0inthoan \,.-

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Gumbinnens a German' town twenty .0t..O..O..O. [ lronclad..unlC, one was.set on f Kissimmees' .. ., 4* + ,
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Liss After' Dixie the lose its door. for 1.: . O !oUt. .. . 0 i t mile1.from th.BuaalaD' frontlethasbeen :;MONTENEGRO' JOINS-SERVI1.'A ."' .-and a fourth fled northward toward *,Berlin A...-_,.....;....*. 8:54 p.m.,1 i* 't'.",
Theater. : Russians..who 'have Invaded Cattaro. The Agbt' lasted over .
occupied by Montenegrin troops < .
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,l ''an Indefinite time during which per. ;., MlLLlON*OOLL R'MTSTERY"A'O aecordin .to' Rnisian offlcjal advice.. -territo '.- InHerzegovina..I .an hoar.' ."' . .;Hong Brussf Kong i w __- _::;":.3T l1.p.a.m... ;I: : w
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'" lod-lt to nnoanced.that the house willlybe'thoroughlyrenovated FILM MOVES TO GUAYV captured7"twlvJ German field, where have been incorporated as: I . : ;
i T' ; guns. 4hey .STATi'TAx. w .(London;' '::;1:00 pm. f,
-and remod- '' -' 1 t-r '
; *, STONE CASINO.", ;and took many pteone :, : .' an army corps in the Servian: army ,I Ii LOWERED .)Paris -. 9:09'p.n.' .",

;;*:'\..led The"management preparatory.for U, making winter.r ar. I.. '' i'. :,j been' fof(:.. -i ,_ _-.r ,,-- ' ," .. ... ......p. .1! \NOTDER.,1IALP"MILL'' Rome '.,., ": "'4,.,,1w.""S :50.p.m. + Jli ;9.v
t :, Persons'lwho''bai\ ; : : _'_ : : : : ,' : ., St,P.te"baf' ';;;.;: ;:;10:00 p. : ,
tangements'with.the leading'featuro't .:lowirg' than Million.Dollar..My-* . , .. In,.another part"of!1'lht'. ,paper" apa . ' m.':
'!--the'coantry"fort.and- distributors ..;tonr picturo,at.::the/Dixie.'thea-fr,*' . ,'oj '.,.,.,,. .or. -.... I pears; story. relative to' the jprob-' +Mtf''VJe: ..... ;..... I --._::.;._k'0dDB10CK'S :btu. : .,
: ;the us.of their >.terwill ,be glad -to.le rn ithat:. able lowering of the state tax mflUgeagaln .
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>Mpodacts,.and th. production of such *;;with the dosing of the Dixie the ; :' Rea il' .. When the\' eal"'assesment. J' . .t!
companies-as tThe" George. Klein* O' Graystone Casino' has,"arranged :.1-' .." ;- .. ... ..... was made' recently th.lII..* 'war1pwend .W. :.HANGO''QIIC'' !
. All Star ' :i; -f- ,, '';' '' : JP : I from.7 to 8 mills ,Sine that "
: *; ta tak, over thls'film'und'tmr* ,BEARS DBL[. IO\8'!Ia1KBUIT.: "
World's' FUni"Corp.,,olhen'--Dot: ..,will be no tnterruptioir nopearenrt -;* ; I ;time the governor; and commission, : .'...,,, ".1 "
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tat,mention'the,famous ** eystono"Kay'.B.e. ; .. of the weekly rests,'-* PT NG.THE; TRUST'Ss' : I board hate been considering. the rate J i>twbW..obyk:; ; : hae' fteor-. ':y .
and oth r .. .'' and tha m In w ,
,' Broncho com- Every.'Friday 'night*the Million .I .. .., i. following telejrnun. whichrevnd taqo-tne. gloirtat ; "
the Mutual Film Corp..that .. I in._* . ,, ",_< 'p" i!liC': \ '"" to' I ,th* city'late'TVursday, the*tree 1* .. '
panlesof Dollar Mystery 'Wi1tl rormj4 : .r-'"_ !! ;':,... .' -. .. .,,!;O' ;anneaaeed Tr. WI\ ;+, -
have already been-contracted f on-\, > tervsttng part;of the Casim, bill;. 'ftt"i"' .i''"" " ' .'" .' ':' ; a.fa, _ t . . .... .:, _
em-.'It will b* the policy of-ihe Pi lie-,In .. and the story will continue"t_ ap.r.: ", .., "..' <.. i pur subscribe"_ giving! ,;- ,,halt"JIIiIL< .... ,". "', '.\, i 1 *aia aomekf that grown on l t1M. JM* %f'-" y
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L_. Homes of Prominent Kissimmee People .' I GROSS$s 'CQUNTRY'' HIKE :-[LOWERED AGAINI

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:_ '" BMMMH. Barber ,
E. Esenberc'arid'( Benjamin ; -W. I. county tax assessor,
.notice, from
if llnc."recelvtng State'Coelptroller
Widmer, two college men hail-
"i Knott,of the assessment '
STATE. DEMONSTRATION DEITV I 7 Ins, from .Philadelphia, Pa., were San in "ofTBix mills for state taxes this )year It,
ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT 'S+ r l// 8r Kisslmmee Tuesday en route has had a letter from the State Tax
Francisco Cal., on a walking tour. Commission requesting: the total ....
The hikers are making the long
CHARGE OF KISSY STATION.TXttordinff under auspices of the Philadelphia 'ses ment of Osceola county, and say
commission endearoring
that the was
big -
Athletic club, and are under contractto '
4 information .received to get the governor and the state
from Partners'' cover 4.802 miles on toot. T.hey board reconsiderand
1 ; the Co-Operat1ve Demonstration I assessment to
b left 1st of this
t Philadelphia April
Bureau at Gainesville the ti reduce the stato' millage. On. Wednesday
If .i'farm demonstration agent for Osceola year and if they reach Frisco by of this week Mr. Barber hada
lit 1916 the reward Is to be ascholarship
\+ ,county has been appointed and will beat April \ in Vale for each of them. telegram from Gov. Trammell also
n his 'post in Kissinvmee about the requesting the total'assesmentfigures. ,
12th of September. : d ii *'t a Under the terms of. the contract of Osceola county. .- > '

r A fetter from State Agent C. K. _, k1 Elsenberg and Widmer are to make All the counties in the .tate are being s

; r McQuarrle, dated August 15, states their way. without begging or accepting I asked for their asbesment figures, U
*a' that on that day he had forwarded to Let anything gratis. They left home and it is evident that the governor
I-1 the Department at Washington a with a Lincoln penny each, and have j I and assesment board are considering.I
G memorandum of understanding covering made All their expenses on the trip by the reduction of the state tax: rate: /

the appointment of Mr. Benjamin ij1 ___ selling newspapers, lecturing, and ap-1'

1 Ellsworth Evans as agent for Oseeola J pearing in an amateur act in the'

". county. Regarding Mr. Evan, I ,* theaters as opportunity affords. j Malaria or Chills & Fever .
ability Mr. MeQunrri fays: I 1 I While in Kissimmee the young fellows ,

"Mr. Evans !lit % young man full of I Ii 'appeared at the Casino, one of'' Prescription No.666 I is prepared'etpeclslly .
: Tim' andnerfY';; a graduate the II i 4 them giving a descriptive talk and the for MALARIA or CHILLS, FEVER ,/
u' Auburn' Agricultural College has had I : Five or six doses will break any' oar' d r rIf "
h ., .some experience Ift field work, particularly ,I other some violin numbers. They left I Isken: then as a tonic he Fever will "1;
In citrus fruits and trucking; I 1 R TL i Kissimmee Wednesday tnorriing\ I return. It acts on the liver better tS5o'r.. -

I;. work. I think yoM will find him a cap- ', walking southwest from this point. I Calomel end doe not gripe or sicken: 2Sc.. ff* .

r able young man, and I bespeak your I ,
assistance when h* rome to Ki imime "
B- = His appointment dateR from i iSeptemberlit. ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. ".

a but we have an agent \Ve arl.d'our lime very flaehrnce yon act ] per rent efficiency eat *ff
meting here from the 1ft to the llth, every pound. Our lime !. not rnnXIr and N" II.I. NOT K.LtSAMK TUB AMMONIA
wklcfc Im thecoml.. guaatlty !. m which he will attend therefore delayIng ...,.
A rIcultur.I pnrpoMe only, and vunrantee you 4lon. A.k us for a free
his getting to Klsnimmee. mplc. Do It today.
i' Residence of City Clerk, J. R. Gilbert, Main Street
-: The fact that Obreola county\ito BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
-- --- ---- ----- ---- --- -- .
a have demonstration station hascreated
a I>EIT. "(." O'AI.A KLOII1UA.
k much inquiry and interest and -- .--- -- -- -- --- .---

co-operation and .
hearty support.TILLUANif


i Kiln every Whitely, Larvae Scale Rugl-Mlte and Red Spider that ar. .h.
hit. Removes sooty mold and insures! healthy trees and bright fruit. ,
; E. J. Alley R. B. Brow J. F. Byin
$- for 'i
Aftents Bean and Niagara Power !Sprayers and Hand Pump. Also
I. Barber, who was designated ton, Mrs. Mary Cowans, Miss Mamie State agents for Niagara Brand Soluble Sulphur.J. '
by the county commissioners to takean T. McClain, of Galion, Ohio, has Ford, Jeff Harden, Miss Lottie Hampton SCIIXiAHH COIIIPANORLANDO., FLORIDA.
been a visitor in Kissimmee for the H. L. Henderson Mrs. Mattie .... .. .. l',
? agricultural census of Osceola ((2)), man's laMctlela1 Will Not Injure the '' .It.lI, F .
: FOR OTHERS I county, has turned the job over to H. past two weeks and liked the countrywell Holton S. B. House, Mrs. Florence \oj.;:. >
N. Branton for lack of time to do the enough to twenty acres Jinkins, Joe Johnson, Mrs. A. J. Kav- ------ --- "
of land Milliard's Island.
work. on augh, Reuben Lamb Miss Luona La- '1

_ t ''' _ ___ ; Mr. Branton began a canvass of the Mr. McClain stated to a Gazette rep Martin Miss Anna Mason C. M. Olm- THE COLLEGE fOR WOMEN of Stetson }}
resentative that he intended
What appears to us to be very county last Monday, and has several returning stead, Mrs. Galey Simnind, Mrs. Maggie University 7
Useful occupation as well as a novel 1 to Kissimmee in the fall and begin Miss' Hennie Williams.
weeks work ahead of him, gathering offers unparalleled advantages in departments.The t'
the work of his
one Is that of improving; and rultivat- improving prop B. B. Simpson, Postmaster. many
statistics what is
l Ing. land for parties who own property whether on raised, how much, erty. When it is cleared he will put Graduate School. Courses leading to the degrees of Master of Arts l:1
it is
sold not and what
In this section but are unable to five pr the greater portion of it in grove, but and Sciences. }'j
.,? their time to developing: because of price it brings. The survey will include anticipates raising some truck also. Cure Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure. The College of Liberal Arts. Standards the same as those of leading nfl
Kf interests elsewhere. That is the oc- horticulture and live stock as He was delighted with too state and The wont matter of how long tandlns' women's colleges of the country. t
well as agriculture activities, and a are cured by the wonderful old reliable l>r ,
the climate. The Teachers' i
: College. Practical training under excellent instructors. \
cupatlon of Alf. W. Law, or to be Porter' Antlneptlc Healing Oil. It relieve
exact -that is one of the occupationsof complete account of the county's en- While visiting here Mr. McClainhas Pain and Heali at the same time. 2Sc, .500:.$1.00 I Successful .teaching alumni. J
tire wealth along these lines will be been the of his brotherinlaw The School of Music. of artists.
Mr. Law. In addition to developingland guest Large faculty Splendid musical atmosphere t
covered in the
for himself and in several instances who report. Every family C. H. Funk. and several musical organizations under direction of Music Faculty. 'i"..... r
grows a garden or raises chickens The School of Fine Arts. One of the leading artists of the in
he has been designated a buy. country .
or keeps a milch cow will be included You Need .
,;lnR .agent to secure land for parties WILL PLANT LIMES AT SARA- charge of the work. Fine studios. Musuem of Fine Arts. I
in this census an well as the
living as far away as Canada. SOT A. The School of Household Economics. Regular Course. Fine Teachers. .
i ,,
Bringing Others Here. man who grows truck extensively or Men and women who cap help Fine dormitories under careful managements. Separate gynasium. Fine i iI
a has large citrus groves, or raises cat- you come to us, we investigate tennis courts. Nearby facilities for and
W*. Law is a Canadian and he has tle by the hundred head. Sarasota, Fla.-Clifton Swift 1 has I swimming boating.
in recently purchased several of their abilities and list their FALL TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER
keen.Instrumental bringing a mimber acres 25. -f' 1
Mr. Branton has Until the first of
of other Canadian families to this November to make his report. Whenit land in this section and is now preparing names. There hardly any skill- Send for .catalog and announcements, John B. Stetson University, De .
In which we cannot supply I
section, nearly all of whom are doing to set out five acres'of land Land Fla..
is it will be ,
completed sent to the
ed HELP, whether you are a
limes. He will 'out
agricultural work." Me is especially begin setting
State Department of Agriculture and mill owner, a merchant or a j
Interested In developing land for Canadians will be listed with from the trees just as soon as the groundcan -- -
reports the
everyother housewife we can secure
who may wish to own property -, county in the state, thus makinga be gotten into condition for need. WHERE SHALL I GO TO
aid you SCHOOL ?
The has been
for until
here and have it cared complete census of the state's wealthin planting. opinion expressed ,
.' ''they, can come to care for it them- these linel.DISEASES by several fruit growers that Write to us. FLORIDA STATS COLLEGE FOR UNIVERSITY OK FLORIDA. '
selves. And In da this-work the Sarasota Bay district may be- BUREAU OF INFORMATION, WOMEN' TALLAHASSEE. GA.INESTILLE.mIfl'Lbt .
intelligently and satisfactory Mr. Law come a successful lime growing section Phone 2530, 1016% Frankin St. .
is making a close study of Florida FLORIDA PLAY HOGS.HAVOC WITH of the state as it is believed (that Tampa, Florida. COLLEGE; NORMAL OF ARTS SCHOOL AND: SCHOOL SCIENCES -, ARTS College; LAW and: ENGINEERING Divisions; LIB -

-adnstwhat they will grow to the best .. the soil and the climate are favorablefor OF MUSIC: SCHOOL OP EXPRESSION; :'
advantage, the rotation of crops etc, Washington. -Diseases caused the lime culture. SCHOOL, OK ART: EXTENSION DIVISION LEOE;EEXPERIMENTASTATION'C: : -
wine breeders of Florida to lose 135,- ; GRADUATE! SCHOOL Modern I TENSION DIVISION; GRAD AT ....' .,
He Is also authority on tree surgery, 600 Valued last I Get YOUR HORSES SHOD BY STmnaslum with swimming pool; basketball SCHOOL. Ten new brick bulldlnrs. b.sides .-
abd when'a place is given into his hogs, at.$813,600 year, and tsnnle courts.; new and crymnaslura, swimming pool-and- ,
bands"to be cared for',. he develops'it according to a report which has Jut 'O'OO.'O' 'O O"'O ML J. MOLCAHY modern buildings; beautiful campus. ; many subsidiary building 8lity-. "
been Issued by the Department of Ag . dormitories have all modern conveniences officers. Instructors and assistants) 1(4
_ a. a.grove or'truck' garden,'or both riculture., HOMES ; new dining room and kitchen young; men from 47 Florida counties .
according to the variety -of toils theproperty ? .DESIRABLE f most hyrlenlo In Florida) 41. young and 14 states and foreign countrle 'I'
Include 'This is 'a-r tiveraffedeath rats of women from 41 counties and It states last session. .
Besides his own' place, .which Includes 150 per 1,000 head. During 1013 the FOR-SOME, ONE last session. TUITION FREE, BOARD AND ENTRANCE -' '
r ', TUITION FREE In College and Normal '
FEES 1181.60 ,
Is ratio 'w.. 170 per 1,000 head, and a per Tsar, ''
five acres, Mr. Law working SchooL Board and entrance fees \ 'W
Write today
all of which total of 149,300 head were lost. The A 6-room house, 100 ft. lot for the year 1114. For catalogue writeEDWARD catalogue
even other places, are 9150 cash. CONRADL PRESIDENT. A. A. MURPHREE. PRESIDENT.
'. of these is valuable latest census-reports, which .are dated
larger. One
of'" belonging to January 1, 1914, show that there are A 5-rom bungalow .147tt ft., -- -
+ piece << Grower and containing 904,000 head of hogs in Florida and lot, $1,000 cash. ,
?,4 the Florida A6room closets and hl i
even acres. With the attention given they are valued at $5,424,000 or $6 per cotage, ,
lots of
porch room on good
I Law in the and head. s
it by Mr. past year street, $600 cash. ,
i' hundred and fit.tyyoung .
'the planting three FARMER AND HOMESEEKER An elegant residence, modern,
trees add to the
orange GIVES KISSIMMEE A BOOST close in, $1,600 cash.
several hundred already on the place, A desirable bungalow well
"the property has improved in appear- The August number of the Florida furnished; terms tosuit pur-
.- ,Mttu>ce and Increased in value until the Farmer and Homeseeker under the chaser. .

owners: are very proud of it. I heading "A' Progressive City" givesa X A modern 12-room house, suit- :.. Yly "t ;r+

Tomatoes Hobby. very interesting story of Kissimmee $ able for two families, or for CANADIAN HORSE SHOER AT iii
,Tomatoes are a ,special, hobby of : and its advantages. In the column rooming and boarding.
'Mr. Law. He delights\ in their culture and half devoted to. the story J. J. Dan 1'. Wagon Shop

and raises them on an extensive : note is made of the'city's location, its Ask Mrs. SummersAbout nai..
'scaleThis year he 1s putting fifteen rail and water connection,. paved EMMETT STREET Near BROADWAY
w 'acres.jn tomatoes. What he 'cannot streets public utilities, school and Location and Prices.

''market off the vines he proposes to church advantages, lodges, hotels, Have a small tract of real Whenever You Need a General Tonic
i can having already ordered a canning'outftt newspapers, and its importance as a orangelatadon17 $60; acre.. Take drove's I N
that will dispose of several hundred ( ) cattle center. The article Is Illustrated Terms given.if desired.per The Old Standard"Orove'a-'Tastelese f !

cant a day.' with three half tons photographs chill Tonic ia equally valuable as a
Other truck is being raised in smaller which were furnished the 60S Penfield St., one block General Tonic because it contains the

quantities and in rotating the. crops HomeBeker by the IValley Gazette, west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, well known tonic propertiesof QUININE '-
''hay becomes a valuable product also. and which give excellent views of the the 2nd- avenue west of courthouse and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive. \ _ .'
The fame of Mr. Law's work Is Osceola High Schoola, scene on leading south). out Malaria Enriches the Blood and 't II I
lie has frequent inquiries Builds the Whole System. 50 cents.
spreading. Broadway, and the Gcaystone: hotel. Od O OO.OvOOOOO, OOOOOO up > ,
:regarding land, and conditions in this - .- .,'
section of the state, and only recentlyhas -- ; .
been instructed with buying prop- -

arty to. the amount of $10,000 for a .1q
wealthy Canadian, and to develop the
same along such lines 'as he sees fit Yes-Sometimes It Is-But Look ;

r after it is purchased. .: rOut

'.NOTICE, LAKELAND TELEGRAM! farm.ers When The "Bump" Comes. ,

'zr Mr. Andre Von der Meersch, a native UAE i
of Belgium sagely informs the A man may to on quite a while spending every dollar he earnsas :

.Orlando Reporter-Star that the best I won, or enD before he get it-.and have a treat time doing it,
measure for peace the United States but eventually "thorns" will show. '
_eoud take would be to join in the war, : 1 ,

seize every German vessel in ourports - -Good tool majce-f ood workmen! --_ --- - Theraiay day" is bound to come sooner or later, when Ai w ,';
thereby cutting off German'afeod.snpplies
; I dime and dollars would
and starving her out in m -apellt come into mighty good play.

about sue months. to, An- Farmers! Increase the efficiency of your men ': The Iim. to throw off the
Belgium spending habit is nowstart '
drei Your native needing
: you Just now a good deal more than by firing them good tools. Don't expect raw band j by depositing just a little each week ia this bank, '

this country needs your Incendiary advice f n to do as well with misfit tools a* they would with well and see how much more comfortable and independent '

that-it should Jump into a foreign I will feel the habit
made, handy forming tdoh. you as grows and your dollar I"
'war for the absurd reason you give.- 'fg. pa multiply

'1 1 Lakeland: Telegram.. E .
Now herej )Ir.' Lakeland 'Telegram, A workman i*,largely what his tool make him.

';1v to:you Kissimmee let'our Andre and alone.he is too He valuable belongs Therefore ee that the hoe, fork, rakes, scythes, STATE' BANK OF .

'* plan to be used for cannon food. shovel l spades, garden fork, axe, manure hook, potato -

ittO' O"OO'.OOOO'O'OO'.' ? hooks, and other hand tool which" neare KISSIMMEE '

16.. "OAR 4ON8'ARE SAFE. ,- the very ,be t''\' '
.f , ,
: ..;% u./ "- ->.*. -VWashington :+ .- .... >. II,.
'f\ 'Os :A ug.17.Coble r e1 Capita) stock j.------------------------_______.$100,000.00 EI
\' 'Yon cats always get the "
'. 'advices to the state department'announced + .; _. .Resources over _____ ___________ 400,000.66Officers !'i ''
.s thatthe fo1;t0 II'II -- u -' I .. ," .? -_.__________ .
tptgbto. ",.., .. . .. ... .". ,

i 7Iowhti: .' : n)ie havcobeiAv' ; .' and Directors. ., , .". iV
OSeEot : HAJRliWUE: QQr .< I
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Slifftifl the department were :
{>to'J.on board the steam-_:* .- _____ CC'A.. -..CARSON- ...Pxest.- --, M. I FF. V'" .Pr" :wR ,,. _
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,. Plan are.under i' war for the fifth FLORIDAC-.,- The ant'' of.the n.wnew 'freight' car The Gacette has been 'notld d that : :
Citrus Seminar to be held at the Uni- ferry boats being-built for the Florida the St.. Petersburg Gun Club will hold

.' varsity of Florida ., Gainesville.. If East Coast Railway, for use -between a clay pigeon shoot on Thursday,'August -'
t" MEEt there is sufficient:/demand .for this Tarpon Springs..City will construct; Key West and Havana will be 27th over their' trans at" the

meeting it will. be held during' the bulkhead, at foot of Canal street. launched at the Cramp foot of Sixth Avenue South. SECTIONS
week of September 21st to-the 26th. 1 : e ..' Shipyards. Philadelphia. : This'shoot Is open to -all, shooters :

; ..inunu jui mr srs- Last year returnable cards were Bent De Land.-Volusia county'let'three ,/When the service 1.111': operation Ij In the State and .. good money prices , !__ *r
; out to many growers' In order-to ob contracts, aggregating nearly $20.\\>00, the Florida East Coast railway expects will be offered there will undoubtedlybe t

: ; Session OnUaiVorsi tain expression of their wishes as for road grading rolling and. .shell "to handle through passenger large field of entries. -
!;: Ten Days -. to date And subjects to be discuased. ing.; '" and freight cars from NewYork, to The traps will'be open for" practiceon Board of EdlcatioYork.\ -' ,

It, will not be, possible send 'out e -. Cuba without change, or.transfer of next Friday afternoon 'and all
: these cards this year 'oiring to the Maxville.-J. T. Wise Co.. ;J. T. freight!. .'- shooters as' Well as the public are inyited.I ''J '

r Campus heavy expense entailed Wise, president'will develop 100 acres '.This will be one of the largest cal r :'iiig; for Belter Schools$ '1

f' Therefore the growers "'bo..N In- near Maxville for- poultry, dairy and ferryboats'ever:put In, service. It Anyone desireingfurther;, 'Information : .:

terested in this meeting are requated hog raising; clear"land,5nd<<\ construct will hold thirty care;and will be sea about the shoot can address. T..-A. ,

I ti ). .. AGENTS? FROM ALL SECTIONS 'OF to send postal addressed to the Ex- building... . 0'' worthy. expectation of weather will It Graves. St. Petersburg; ISEABOARDMAKES TO FURNISH ALL TEACHERS I
periment is the that the boat "
; :t -' ., 'FLORIDA WILL ATTEND TO statingwheher-they.wlil Station zinen4llFla.attend, and Titusville.-'Rackdale Nursery Co., be-.ready for_service by the. first of. ." wrrir '. EW 'WORTI J :'..WHILE .. ",

HEAR:"LECTURES: :: ON ALL the phases Of citrus; -culture they capital $80,000, incorporated; 7.. January. At Havana' the'ferry will : ,'1DEAs-'TUA*'"1IAYE 9'ROYbN;. .!; ':t'

,PR fJOF'AR 'WORK.e would like to hear discussed... This W. Griffs-: president;' W.' H. Ford, connect with the Cuban. railway lines. -SUOraESSKUL: : ;, INVl'BAi&rCETTHe -.". ;;."""-

1 \ card should be"mailed at once ... the treasurer,. and,
number of-cards received will ,"- Z Florida Co-Operstive Farm as whether ornot the Seminar., will Crystal' River..-G.W. Hyde will es Cuban railroads Is arranging for the - "*' > ennl'school: department of tIM '

J t l Demonstration Department ,has annonnced -* be held this year.: _. tablish' machine*shop, andgarage; expenditure of a-million dollars or, so' State Board .of Mducatloaisending!: ?
the following program for a. For the benefit of hew corners a few In. Dale to be manager. In terminals.- The Seaboard Air .Line,.has Issued out:broadcast>the
"- \ meeting of the demonstration agent words explanation of the Citrus I f. a In addition' the large shipments a- prellmlnary 'statement.of its earnings Ing'communication: -"' .

."V to be held on the University of Florida Seminar may be necessary. The Cit-. Elkton.-St.: ;Johns County commissioners of :Cuban fruits northward) the boat and expenses for the fiscal year ,,'b1e) of Hoe Has discovered that the r+ 1
VU campus from September 1st- to ,]ltb,. rus' Seminar Is a meeting of the citrus -. St.;'Augustine,authorized formation will carry meats from- the packIng ended June SO. shows gross-earnings forces;worhhng.for the betterment"6T; ,

inclusive: growers at the University of Flor of drainage district for Elkton houses of this country to the island.' 1914, $25.291.755}'1913, $24,627- rural school: conditions in 4'lonoa are e

T..F. Se"Hr 1st.i '' l ida" at G.1ne.rill..wb... hey: com* and j irroiinrllng bl'1'ltoryl..Jstbp.ted; It-1 --anticipated_thatiaheavytraffl c 64.operaUngAxpensciuandj_taxes, not In' auffiei to_clop touchwith
A. M....-Address, President of Welcom.University Dr. of A. together and discuss the different i, to drain 6,000 acres land to be developed will develop upon the completion of 1914 ,18, 10.s94; ,1913, 17.681,122Jnet ; each other- to promote efficient team '

Florida.A. Murphree phases>> pf citrus culture. These sub for farming.Titusville.Palmetto. these! transportation facilities. earnings, 1914, $6,881,363. ; 1913,, work, in view of tbliS.tact we have !",

Roll Call. B. B. Facet jects. include. !"Pi&aaes' of Citrus e $ decided to establish a of cominundation -- .
!& A. U.-The Co-Operatlve Products Co. 66,262 aent fOI'J'une.191", lbowlgroll ,system ''
r Flirm.n'of work. Trees- "Fertilisers"Insect: Pests," that will to all-- "
I Special Demonstration Agent I In Work, Bradford Knapp "Picking[ : and Packing." "Shipping," New York leased site on which to WAR DRIVES' :SHIPS, earnings 1947287. increase as agents, active and nUateo. a month

11 A. M.--anllatlons Aldtne the and "Marketftig. At Ulis meeting, build plant to manufacture rugs from compared with the. same month of ly message of what some one or more h I

Development IrrelatlonahiD of Florida. P. H agriculture Rolf. which usually-lasts Un"4.y.., theg1'oveers palmetto ; lane for 300x35 ft. last- year$6,629operating; expenses of their .-coworkerare- pdoingriorplannmg 8
r''' and* their E>. S. Pace. have the oppor : m''ty'of meeting building prepared and submitted to TO KEY W. HARBOR and taxes, $1.381,931; increase, $8Z,- '' to' do to ady.nce'be' cause

l 4, \ P'd.g' Florida Truck the Experiment Station Staff ..ndother' contractors for bids; has let contract 713; net earnings $ decrease, of pubUc-educstlon. It is our purpose -< fi,

i i ers.t f.Lloya.M.-8.Relation Tenny. of Demonstration workers in their laboratoriesand for 10 looms. $26,084.PALATKA. .e to form a sort of clearing house t
Work. Mlsa Acne Key-West.-The presence which' Will the A
and Canning Club discussing with them in an in- through pass worthwhile
.' " J lIen.Harris._ formal manner, the "'difficulties with Titusville.:E. L. Brady let contract and German warships inr South Atlantic ideas and epenences that- have

," 'r". B.4 yv P.and M. Girls1 Experience Club Work.* In Organising C. A. Ful-:. which they have to contend In the J. E. Easterly to erect building; will and Gulf waters ii Causing; many DAILY ITEM worked.'their,way into the educational ,n
,+ !lease structure to Western Union Telegraph merchantmen operating under flags of activities
ford. grove. They have plenty of opportunity -agricultural' : of Flonday
, WeJawaatar. "ptes B .... office. the two big nations now at war to seek .
to talk with fellow growers and Co. for telegraph. We- .bafbr greatly obll dU you +
/ A. M.-Roll Call. EL 8. Pace. of
t i The Essentials. of a Successful Field exchange experiences, and they get e refuge at this port. Many the AGAIN REAPPEARSPalatka will send us notes o( progress,or give J
-, Agent, W. U Watson.le . the best and latest information concerning Orlando.-Dr. C. D. Christ will ships now in Key West awaiting orders us the salient features 01 any plan
.. A. M-- Mow the Nursery Field Agents Inspection can citrus culture there is to be erect office building on Central avenue from their owners were not you have in-mind for1JMim'f"provement ;
make the :
': :
help Daily lteDL1-ellppellr.
I' Law More""EirecnV6-El W. Ber.-er. obtained. During the; past year M. H. ; brick; two stories; plate glass aware that warwas on until they ed after suspension of two of the 'ystem.Bureau % -
I 11 A. IL-Bpeclal Instruction to E. Stevens, the pathologist of the Experiment -' front. passes Sand Key. Monday of Publidt j. '"
Flail Arenta. E. 'Savely.I e e Several British and German steamers weeks. N. P. Norwich former advertising \
Station has
.. .. Boys P. M.Corn-Roll Club Call In pi.Hlllsboro S. 'Pace. County nature and cause of been the new studyingthe disease -I Sarasota.-Mrs. Potter Palmer Chicago which have arrived here left the manager of the Item'is in Atlanta :Where is another, reason, eq,iatlY: 1 yf
f\ : R. T. Kellr. I known as Citrus Canker He has is reported to erect office and continent and English ports just before to buy material, morning ascogent as the promotion of stronger 7
k\ 1:10: P. M.-Farmers' Organisations, determined the cause of this disease, store building on Main street; either the war broke out and those daily. Palatka-wiH-then have seven team work, that justifies us in to*
4 8. W. HIatt. front. with wireless printing offices. establishment of ... un.u of j>ublic-: ,"
, 5 P. Jo-Dome.tlo Science and What and willjaddress the growers on this two or three stories; brick which were equipped ,to
>> Ellen Harris. their across ity. THe .tax-payers are theotock.,. : i
It Teaches, Miss Agnes subject the Seminar this He plants continued voyage
d f. 4 P. M.-The Proper Food Mae L for Wells.Dlrter-i I will also discuss the disease year.Citrus Miami.-; W. Watson will erect under exciting circumstances when It PAVING WORK STOPPEDIN 'holders in tit.'great business of-pub: ; '
. x'-; .. eat Airod'PareonaMiss and the two nations had -PETERSBURG Ucr'Pd' ,
TbJiraetar. .teaMr Srd.t Scab and other citrus diseases which three-story store office apart- was learned that
A. M.-Roll Cal L R. 8. Puce.Prepotency. have been doing much damage In some ment building; cost $20,000.Jacksonville taken, up arms against each other. school officers'are the agents appointed '
Reversion and Helectlon .e e St. Petersburg. Cessation of payIng to: administer the affairs of i

',. Bailing.In Plant anb Animal EreeSIn; John portions of the .t te. ,-C. T. Doty let con- $10,000 PACKING'HOUSE operations in St Petersburg after the business.: The tax-payers have aright

10 A. M.-A. Desirable Tip of the tract to erect apartment house; 12 FOR NEW SMYRNANew contracts now being filled have been I to demand and it iss.our duty to
i Country school O. M. MUnlL I three stories; brick; finished pending i the adjustment of give, a statement'themanage; y
1&:10 A. M.-Home Mixing of Com- BIG {OPENING FORSTETSONrUNIVERSITY apartments; -- financial\ that have been y
q r_erolal: Ferti'Standpoint. ." from the Farmers' gravel roof; cost $30,000.Jacksonville. Smyrna-:Through; the efforts conditions I ment activities and results of,, the
W T. Z. Atkeson. Florida Citrus Growers Exchange precipitated in this 'country by the business' Real school progress can .

1 11:10 A.Fertilisers M.-Home from Mixing the "Manufac of Comtnerclal -'! .-W.: A. MacDuff let of the in the organization of a local war in Europe has' been* asked by the I never be attained until'.we secure.the '

.gyp K. turer "Standpoint. Mrs. M. N. Q. contract to Boykin Construction Co., Fruit Growers' association at this gin- informed co-operation: of.tbel people x (
} Prange.1p. Jacksonville,' to erect business' block New Smyrna Is to have one of Make the school do.things for the
Fdrtlllseraet M.-Roll Inspection CalL H.;a Best Pace.Methods 1 Prearatlons are made for the on Main street, to be.occupied by the place largest rand most modernly holds contract for many miles of paying people, show the cost; necessary "to '1, ',

to + Ta king Samples for Analysis. R. EU biggest opening Stetson University has Jones Furniture Co., six- stories; reinforced equipped packing houses-in the statoi in this city. The request was make the vital school and the people ;#' .'
exterior of .buff made 'after $12,000 worth,of paving will want to do thing for the school
concrete ,for the packinghouse
H1 ever bad. A large force-has: been employed : ; The- machinery '
J._.... .u.P.. IL-A Fertiliser Talk. ,P. 1 during 'the summer working brick with granite and glazed terracotta hat already been ordered and certificates were offered for salsaandmarket wltbo t'beine asked.-. ''Taxation> without -:
found for
be $1,000of
OP. M.Fertiliser Humbugs, R..iJi on-the and -the 'Udinp will trimmings; inverted _lighting will be the most modem in use. Cost could take results is burdensome.
Bose. be in first clan shape for'the opening. system; steam heat passenger ana of the- building and machinerywill be th.m.t.he city having 'up .It' "is our privilege this month to
::t"'a{ 4th. '' $50,000, ,will be three the rest ofthem.. Since the city has give you, .' brief statement..of "
M.-1tujl.Cx1L ,
:A. 1'acd. Elisabeth Hall has received a fresh freight elevators; .cost $(10000. Its capacity to the at once, after it
,, , Creameries In Florida. Stafford. j coat of paint from'the tip of.the'higb car loads of fruit day loaded on thecan. accept l'tvlnc. and good work in Volusla county. ,:
tria. .t tower to the basement casings. The Plant:City.-S.''E.;Mays let contractto .' ** *f ,*--, is completed, satisfactory intendent'' Shepard believes . :
f Ie>)L -Betters LiveStock, . ,.on E. Fletcher to tore",on 'have thepacking payment has to be made within ninety rural, schools ,are absolutely,
@'pr...'3. C. Bmlth.. '- dormitories are: filling rapidly-and the R.;, ; : It ls' best
11A. a-Poultry.'. .'P. 8p.neer. correspondence Indicates-that the don North Drane street; one stor"g;,.80x60 house- in operation by the first of Oc days, the commissioners thought mental to the.making of an
I P. M.-Roll Cal:. H.: &: Pace.Methods '' that the .dty should not ,have thousands school system-and is .
brick tou stores; public
feet Y
'al .
'be '
Cholera Serum Inoo capacity 'will taxed ; ; char Interestbearia -
of HOB thou e .' e. of fruit of ,,dollars.worth of his faith by works. Ills County : '
Vilatlon. Dr. CitDawaon.. I 'much 'new dormitory space I There will be:a large crop: '
k_ Hoa Judging '|>y Boor Plant Cltyv-rUW B Herring has let winter and the securities piled npon'It to buy composed of men with' big
C $ 1' ; has ben arranged for during the! past in, this section+ .next. since
Two weeks
] '
: and Interest to't
Card. A. P. Spencer. Bth. few con store bufdlOg28x72feet ; to be congratulated on pay on. broad,,vision'and' large and .
I f9'A.' S M.*'-*r m7.Be. .CL.-1:. 8. f-aco. .:.Prof. <,B."'V.k Guerchenlan> .,S' of ; brick, ;:cost $6,000.XT" ) : securing, such splendid. facilities for the commissioners: to. have bought had applications the entire experience in business-'affairs,' -
of Tick J enough irate with him fully in, '
Daweontls New York City has been engaged,.. handling their fruit. carrying
of the
I I71loMdmcDeoC. j but the outbreak
v. E.TIowden $12,000 '
'Meredithj.: E: and E. S. upon his" progressive: poUcief w
-. !. A. M.-Artesian. Waters of th. director of the Stetson Music Schools decline .their '
'8t..t4 Dr. J A H. Sellarda. j Prof. Guerchenlan: is 'a'fine tenor soloist Mbtson..will build lath mill; reported ESTERO CITIZENS BUILD war applicants .tojnvest "We have set aside t1lS.ooo1o ..
+ 11 A. 1C.-Weather Charts as> Aids to out put 60,000 lathi., money for the. present.FLORIDA : ".
;1 having received his training under dally NEW PACKING HOUSE on the rural schools'thls-year.
.....r.. A. J. Mitchell. .
f > P. Mv Roll CalL R. ft. Pace. the best teachers of Europe ""' HORSES ARE Shepard ''writes.. --The/County
Hard Pan, Soils of the Bttae. Dr. E. Miss Helen! Bate., of Chicago. a St. Petersburg,-W. B. 'Ueathcotelet TCnt ro.-The cUicens ,of .Estero WORTH $lu EACH has- made definite: arrangements'! ,, .

U.--8ellards.- P._)l._-Cattle Judging; by Score I fine contralto soloist has been _en- contract to erect hotel; 60x70 .ft;; have -awakened' to the necessity 01 place gradedbefore in '
Card. C. i* Willoughby.M..4a gaged to direct the Women's. Glee 24 rooms; ordinary Construction' ; handling their own fruit. -For'years Washington-The Florida ,horse Is I In the ,the,opening of

>Call tesal e* Ttk Club. The concert given by the Stetson Spanish tile roof. ; .water'-gas. heat they have been handicapped by a lack worth head according the next,term. Outlines .and .directions ' ,a
C 8.'Pace. < now per
, a A. M.-Boll K. e I
Ii Women's Glee Club shortly before fruit but'un- Just decoration and beautifying,
Crop Rotation. W. B.- Brown. ; of facilities for packing tea report issued by the United on
I j .:1& A. M._Extensive and IntensiveFarming the close of school was one of the finest Dunedin.-Pinellas County School der' the present plans and headed by States Department of Agriculture the school: house and grounds; will,be

il.-Ful't"er D. R. McQuarrle.Crop.for Florida musical entertainments ever given Board-- will expend $6,000' to erect Mr. Crews, an orange buyer who has While a ago his'average value placed in the hands of teachers and i 1 1fnUa.
: year
Bolls.10 A.H. a Baker. by amateurs-in the State. school. headquarters in Ii 1.:IO A. 14.Preparationof the SeedBeds MUs .Marjorie Boor who has been e packing house is now being erected. the- farms of this state, and they d. salaries advfun f.'and ,; ,
, A. W. Tamer. pupil of the Lake Helen.-Board of 'Public In- brands and on will be '
Crops and Silo Fill. for the-past-three years,a They will adopt their own valued at $9,710,000. by fall all schools supplied
'i: 1, In*11. 0.A.U it-Sllage, Wlllouffhby. great Gruenberg of the New England struction receives plans until Sept. 7. it goes without saying that the fruit are In 1910 the number of hone. In this with adequate furniture-,-fixtures etc,,, -, 'y, "a
IP, M.-Roll CalL K. a Pace. ? Conservatory'will'teach violin nextyear. for school; 1 story; brick; Cost $1% down then will always command had ''Modern Schools. (
state 46000'and BnUdlag
, ". Winter Cover Crops, B. V. fttathls. : . 000; C. R. M. Sheppard County. Supt., grown the host markets. was an aggregate : ..
>:*G P..''it.--Winter Lernmes. EL' 8.1 of Stetson University De Land. Fla. value pI 5014000. The Board isnow'eoding'tnoden1br..avocet :;

pr" .M-Horse,: and Ml1le'lvd.-lnll". The many.friends ' e e. I Inn the entire United States there- -school,buildings at-SeriUe -wand .
; P. rejoitdng'overtheaddlton' -
I aeptesaber' 8th. of Prof.are If. D. Fluhart to the Stetson St. Andrews.-St. Andrews Bay : RECALL ELECTIONDATESET are-20, GZ,000 horses, and they are Pierson. New' buildings will be! fi ,;

; .L-e Fall A. M-Roll Preparation: C of IA Soil U. Pace for Spring; faculty. Prof. Fluhart is one of the Railroad fit Terminal Co. has let con SEPTEMBER.... 1 worth 2291.638000, or 103.32 each.,,erected -at Lake" Winona-'andGleo- .

\ Planted ua see I foremosfartistv of the United States'and tract to J. M. Willis to i>uild 4 miles wood. 41to..tharrwe. are spending. ".,.
; 10 A. :ML-Haymaklng. A. V. Spencer. ... 'now V "V 11 and/ their. later Car..John of Tree Behnabel.i Plant'jf -. opportunity men and women to..tud ,under . 'TMiami. September'17 as the date' tqr.the BY FRENCH WARSHIP lags to be ready'fo ;; school: ,' inBeptember. -
Inr { I Pou I
I P.-M>-Roll Call B. a Pace.Ornamentals .ne of the finest teachers. -'. ". .:....John Havtln, Cincinnati recall election on Cimmissioners i -' ,. A
.'' '. for the Farm Home Dean ';r..'AtebySD th, CliaiJ1lWl'of reported to erect dwelling; cost about and Greenhut. The clerk of,the to.dr-the PensacoUu--The captain of the Lake Helen special district has 1 I
' Johtn BoMhrasbL' D. O. Golfer. the Men's '-aeult1 'Athletic' Committee $20.000..ANOTHER'. cuit court last week than British steamer Biltonian, arrivinghere recently: bonded for $16.000 for school: "
i that
, 4 P. Instructions to Agents C. state .that'four; (:football )games commissioners fact more of from Pomeron reports being purposes, and Supt.,' 'eon,* i
K. MoQuarrle. and that others' 20 per cent of the qualified voters stopped off Sand Key Florida; Saturday .
New will
to Agents have ben scheduled fident Smyrna pass snissue '' ,
.:Ie P. M.-Instructions for the recall
had petitioned
LINK NJAXTAMPA the city by a French superdreadnaught.The ..
consideration. The '
under this *
fo A. P. Bpeneer.WeeteeHSdaiy are now Thus far only year. iVA t '
commlsioners. latter the Hiltonian
these overhauled
SJeptesaher Sth.t the of
is .
expect to surpass The superintendent workingout.i .
: _Boll Call. EL a Pace.Grove baa announced for the about the *$
A M. candidate tank-steamer
splendid one and British
made last in basket a include
R Sanitation P. H. Rolfa. ..record year that county-score card which will
B. f. news' tennis :HIGHWAY position but It is expectednow' same time. After finding that the vessels '
Peed tennis. Four ; '
M.-How Cropa ball and I many pointsnot included n theme *
the .
I 1Ga wit out inasmuch as aboard..the .. *
; bad Germans captain
many no
are-being built this summer. la his schools s..
state 1eP..u. grading
J. R. Watson.P. 1 each.
I ", ,i 11 .\. M.-Farm positionrpay3,00o.per year of the French war vessel asked
> M. Roll Call, a a Pace. DeLand.-contract hai ben let In iHststts according to the points considered -
w +t. Cltrtis Insects., J..R. Wataon.if PINELIAS COUNTY CITRUS for the of ten miles WAS if they bad seen any German warships I on his county More card. Thorn
hard-surfacing MR$ GIBSON
i ,.S P..M_Plant Diseases.,W. U- Floy.4. : lathe gulf stream or had passed any ;
4 P. M.Studies on tha Feeding' I ofCltrua CROP WILL BE BIG ONE more of road in Volnsia county.this SERIOUSLY 'BURNED coming over On receiving: a negative .schools attaining'a certain degree of' l
', Trees B. F. Floyd. ; efficiency in class'work monthly or
being another link in the Jacksonville- to
the steamers were allowed
C :X. Thunetey M. Roll>Call t 0&v.>Wr a Pace.let. a. The Pinellas county; crop of citrus .Tampa highway. This now leaves ZephyrbUls.-.Mrs.'Floyd A: Gibson continue reply on their voyage. quarterly,'testspassed upon by him '

._Spraying-for .Truck. Cops"- -lea- F. fruit the..coming season will likely be only,a few miles of road between De- was badly burned around the face will likely' be.exempt.from uni-. -i+-

.\ --A. Moraerr' Inspection and the the biggest in a number otye.rrae. Leon Springs and Seville"in the north and hands Monday morning"while getting I I FULLERS' EARTHVALUABLE'INDUSTRY form county examination. Schools i '
M. -
. ,. it on. Citric Canker BJ. w. fiercer a well known rower, and eat' end of Velusia county that-has breakfast;:, Mrs. Gibson had built IN FLORIDA' exempt from countyexamination will i1 e
:or :., Deoayi. ummo.i.. H. 'B. Stevens.Y the volume of shipping: from the various not either been hard-surfaced or now fa fire In the stove and then ,went to conduct- their ;o'wn examinations at.
: A.: .M.-Cltrus, Melanosei Stem houses the' peninsulawill under contract for hard-surfacing. wood1 when the" end "' of.the 'and send the '
M--Roll Call, B. a P.oe. packing on the back yard to cut some There are'immense; ; deposits of..fullers' .year
'...' Uon Raising. Q. W. Belser.. be tremendous. Within the 'last The mad was divided into three' an'explosion' occurred. The fire bad f in various sections of questions, answers and grades tor.;his i'4
"'" II.e P. M.---Cotton Boll Weevil B, few month several new' packinghouses districts for convenience in bidding died down and being; in a hurry to get : Gadsden pit) and three: of the office for insp ctlon. -.Mr. Shepard ,. 1
aosx have ben built and preparations the first district'including,about two Mrs..Gibson''poured: say.a-he hope "in this to hold
I P.: M.-I ng Staple,.Cot ton In.Florida. breakfast' ready largest fullers earth plantsin 'the way up Y,
B. W. Turner are' being made to supply. an. .miles nearest DeLand. the second two some coal oil on the fire to- have it world are located within its confines. to, build up. the school, and Increase
4' ':10 P. >t-Irish.Potato Culture. A. enormous demand. miles near Glentrood'and.the third burn more rapidly'when'' exploded Fullers' earth is mineral consisting same time use the method as a means'

P.4:10 pall"l'P. M.--Instructions. to Agents. With the opening of the Tampa eV two miles near DeLeon Springs. and burned her quite badl,.. of silica a alumina.and the standard of the schools and. at the' 'cJ K !t
",i,;Hi... t: ..Paoe. T Gulf Coast rallreed.,,into St. Petersburg - Grading-is to be.80 -feet-wide. Including with little magnesia'lime waster and the effort.of 'teachers. and pupils." ;.( ?>
r '- t Sep es "r IKk.f a number of groves' will be more ditches 24 feet on top of the FLORIDA BANKS. of iron/' It in bed We would.act.-aehool.offtcen to "t. i
N-Rolf a Pate. peroxide occurs associated
Orowlnr AJ and Marketing Call.-K.: ; the .Cucum. accessible to transportation facilities grade shell to be laldnine feet wide with chalk collie, etc.; and is write fo Supt.'Shepard for a detailed\. : .-
bar Crop. Joseph Crews. and many,long hauls to sidings will and aloe Inches: d.ept' :: An increase of nearly'fJp O.oooin usually of greenish brown slat- Statement of-Us -plan-to standardise);ti, /'" s(
a or
"..j'a'A. II.-'The Strawberry. Cl'pp..A... ., be saved.The part'of the peninsula Bids, for grading,and bard.urfaeIng'th'roa the period from March 4 to';June 80, blue color, is greasy to the touchsj and classify 'rural, _boo"".,/* .';?:"- ,-.' rf 1

i : Ie'a.ewle.A."JL--COJ'.Cultur..l.' 1't.v..: n?; 8111II1 through which the new road runs has ,from DeLand Junction In .the;aggregs aggregate -01 deposits ,in: the scarcely'-adheres'very to< the tongue and] Our next letter'will show-'theproc, 'w.;
moaa.IS . 8el.etlottof'Seed, some of;'the'finest groves. In -Florida to Beresford'6,700 feet,-14 feet wide NaUpnaibanks'of' Florida Is -shown f alls to pieces in water outdoes, not : of school work In. Polk and I>-.

'l. -Core.. r0se IC.'A'-M-.X.; M 'uarriwti.' \ ..'. 1"" and all give promise of a yield"equalto . and 9':Inches'.deep-" will advertised, by an official report of the Comptroller become t plastic. It has a remarkable "toted, couatieay "//1 U

,Farm. T..,, IC. Oodbey.:. any in the past,at least', for! at once. "' of .the" Currency in 'Washington.This power of absorbing oil or grease and TUlpa..Boant Publie'Woyks'' ;
; of letcontracts
'G-tll. .
1 .A. B rea lnr: [\ The'Clyde' StelimabtpeompanT' Is Increase in short a time is almost
,, i : so
Immense *
K.-Coa1: used In.the
*,' c, .' IlL S. Paee. ;: *St. 'Aupat.1M.-ctty let contract C now-completing' abouttwo miles 'ofroatf wonderful and demonstrates In eZbi1s'and"the :aggregating 175.000 ta .Ed i- ffi dv

o<; ,,-Ca ., J.P.T.K.-Cora' V.l'aOtL. 3.4.. 'lntt'b7'Booraf ; . 8. 'Young Construction 7 Co.... Jacksonville from .DeLand :Junction to the St. a practical and positive: way the prosperity refining ',refining of ward Construction,.Co.Vampstortotal :: I"T, *'*"*
. ilaah add fat will provide.1a1".UJ" at f25.322 to Bay', Serilla ;Johns river at about sugar.depositts of 42,075.qusye yards brick par- ,
: outlayrof $6
1., pave an .- ;* whichial general throughout Gadsden
.... of : In county are 1..
,wi I'llfor.tlala'work.P and streetsiscluds'Borgan
t4 24S80feet
Central lug curbing- .
J" .
.. streets and. the
and borne
:ac-A4jOunaaaa"t. . ", Treasury 000 by company itself,.and Florida.. ,4 .-V*, . the largest in the'southern states l and''
"* a'lllwtth wire-cut_Joe brick, andtorBeth .lrUi.alsobuild) ;commodious' fromi Iarrisoa to-J..a.J "' ,
fiW-- I[ se ssssssl s s saa M ais sj slssM ss as | !! L : freight ADo .iatersiting foatons.ot.this tb. 'greatest '
.; k ,.;?;Wlntar..Parlc-W.' C.".T.mpU;will' Perkins-'ASons, 8ts Augustine and passenrer docks on the St.; Johns ,official- statement U that It shows an and anioeg the; industry' give. employment thecountry to, fayette; Jefferson'from' .Lata hitlk'- .

i(1:z.! )aDd coUstorjjajplant: : in' ,orange at ".423. Eibera and",Cedar.sts..with'asphalt to'be,: completedby' the" coming'tonr, j' Increase,, approximately! $2,000,000in hundred of men fat various capacities. bell Water from, East Cumberland from Twites to ..; o' .:,.
> f to-:Nebrasios'Avs'Brush "'
III'i\ ;" .\'"; I macadam. tat wawa .. 'f. i loans and discounts.: ' "
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Allot the Is
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"F?oints, Fall Model Along' LI.... When my stockings become stain ed I Conversation at Meals. \
I For Motoring or Traveling : from the leather on-the Inaide..of "
my ;
I Approved In Adult Gowns ChlldreA .hould. be taught-to( talk '.
for This Wrap Has Advantages. i Notes shoes I add one teaepoonfulof borax at mealtimes.' So often it happensthat : .
1. to the water I wash them in. and findIt
/ one or two members of
a family i';
the stains without difficulty
removes any
)\totbere get into a way pf monopolizing all the f
I e -,- '
conversation while the others ait. si
. .
.! lent. ,

To clean brass flower pots or trays, Every ,one ought to contribute to '.:
1 4'I Dessert Roolpes For Hot Weather.These rub them with:'a piece of lemon; thentoour the' general amusement. If children .

,? What 'Chlld,.." Should Eat.l tested desserts, delicious and boiling) water over them, and are taught to notice and remember ,',
*' simple, with the.added virtue of coolness ._e. 1 i'ier rt finally polish Wth.a soft dry cloth. little interesting things that happen' '
k 'l l best meats for children of all r .
are suggested for the hot days throughout the day they very soon'p. ,
ages'are'crls'p' bacon, broiled and roast by ,Miss Cora >l. Blnsel. instructor in uncomfortably tight shoe may form a habit of dolor their'part. ;_' '.
'besfVlamb, mutton,""chicken and white Dome economics University of Wisconsin be made perfectly easy by laving a The man or woman who has nothing '

lj Bsh.!:>|C Vutat broths are u'ipd It should extension division: doth wet in hot water across whore it to say acts as a wet blanket atany .. "
Change several times. The party and nobody wants wot "
be remembered that they are valuable Watermelon leather a
Cupa.-Remo" tbe rind 1 wil shape itself to the foot blanket .
ter chiefly stimulants and contain very and cut the melon into cubes; sprinkle % .' I

little. food substance' declares MissnJJlnB with powdered sugar aDd lemon 1 Before baking potatoes let them Bread and Batter Notes ,.

U. l, structor In the extension I Juice; chill before serving. stand in hot water for fifteen min Letors must always be sent in ae-. ,!k
utes. They will require only half the knowledgement of overnight hospital '!
division of the University of Apple Marshmallow.-Take one_ cupful j..
4 .
Wisconsin. pared apples, one-half cupful time-for-baking. aremore mealy and ity. Of course calls take the place of, -
I blanched almonds, one cupful marshmallows palatable, and If they are bakeortn a I"ttenln'mo.' forms of entertain '--7ment. -.
"Between the fifth 'and tenth yearsthe'
the in But week end
gas oven, saving gas Ja con- a visitoran
_- _diet should still Include a large I cut in quarters; two cupfuls siderable. overnight stay with.a friend calls .,

amount of milk. New foods are gradually whipped cream. Combine and chIlL a note. } ...... .
? added until| the child Is eating: Mousse.-Take on. cupful heavy .A, PORCH PARTY GAME. .
..f practically the same food as the adults !I cream, one saltspoonful salt, one- -- ----- -, '.- Accidents at Table. 1 ,

i of the famHy. A well' 'mixed: diet, In- third cupful powdered sugar'-one tea- Jennie was invited to a pore:party If an accident happens at table : '"'J1

r "eluding reasonable amount of vegetables spoonful vsnllla. Beat the cream, add where they played quiet games, the such as overturning a glass or breaking .. Jot
kind you use pencil and paper for. a bit of china, apologize at some.
and always [ I'
-- wall riiiened fruits. Is : the sugar, salt and vanilla Turn the
One- wag called Geographical other-time than at-the-table.- To say-
p ; desirable. Individual preferences mixture In a tin mold, adjust cover I '
Game and the is
after pencils and paper you are sorry enough at the ..moment. -
1 cannot always be overcome, but I I and seal with strips of cheesecloth had been given out the hostess : .> "

careful training will do much toward dipped In melted lard or butter or seal said that she would dictate some sentences -1 ,

V cultivating a taste fur all kliida of food. 1 with melted paraffin. This Is to prevent : each one of which could be Too General for Compliment. .

'In the adolescent period the large salt water from entering the cab. answered name of a place on No woman is flattered by the enthasiastic -'' .' Y

r' ; amount of food needed makes It Im 1 Pack the mold in salt and Ice using the map. Mere are the questions with announcement of a man that .

1', portent that It be of uu easily digested I two parts ice to one part salt. Allow the answer Try them when you havea he "would do anything for the ladies." ;.!
for the
4 kind simple and rich in protein and 1 two hours or more for the freezing. porch party: Everything 'Iady"would be '4
Ksr to her
mineral salt. The average active boy This Is A piece of carpet Brussels more taste. ,,\
I a wholesome dessert, "
r A of elm Elmwood.A ..
of fourteen will need much fu bf sprig
quite as e and does Tact ia Letter Writing;
.' very easily prepared not require bit of red T Cayenne.A .
food during the day as a man of 4br pepper In letters avoid <
grown answering
Ice mentioning
an cream freezer. For
variety .
piece of liver and a pan of water?
sedentary habits."Egg.leoiuuade. y ; flavor the cream with the weary magnitude of your'epistolary 'r
1 s an ounce Liverpool. :
made with two yolks I arrears It isn't pleasant . .
of melted chocolate or one-third cupful A cigar Havana.A .
to a glass, Is valuable addition to for your correspondent, even by Implication !
l I maple sirup. During the winter ...aOIRL'a dish of salt water Salt Lake.A '
.t the diet of tbe girl iu her teens if she new boat? Newark. to be included among bug .
the mold
may be packed In a mixtureof SCHOOL OOWM. bears.
m Is pale and undernourlabedi' I 4r
snow and salt A small stone? Little Rock.A "
powder .C
,. a I or For the young girl of from twelve cord tied to a bell? BelfastA Wfces in
cocoa cans be used .
; may --.J
the three suit illus
;fourteen piece number of newspapers Reading.
F'itVV.J Teaching Baby to Walk. with water and test to see that
trated here makes an attractive school ST. CLOUD4.
Do not try to teach a baby to walk. they do not leak. blue cloth is used for
costume. Navy A large champagne bottle cork? '
h ... take steals" tke
i soon ss Its leg bones are strong the skirt, tunic and short coat, the Cork.A year at ;

enough It will stand and toddle of Its Freshening Vegetables. blouse is of blue satin with a pretty'rill can marked 2240 pounds? Can BLUE FRONT RESTAURANT ,

own accord. You can, of course, guide Lettuce, parsley and all other green of plaited net running: around the ton.A .. Pemmtrlranic Avs. ':"
it, but do not aet It on its feet and I 9ts things may be kept dellclousiy fresh If : neck and J down the front of the gar fine straw hat? Leghorn. .

make It stand aud lead It by the hand first washed In cold water, shaken and : ment. I A roll of wrapping paper? Manila.A Meals" 2Sc A. R. Genes, Prop. .

When it doesn't want to go I then packed In a tin pan" that has avery I piece of cardboard? Bristol.
It Is pitiable to see a weak legged CLOSELY WOVEN CRAPE A peanut shell THulL
Fr s tight cover, so that the air ,
little creature pulled along by the hand I + not may i A key and the ..ttlnar' .un' Key .1
penetrate to them. This should
1' when Its heavy body has no firm sup. .. set in a cool place.In The popular cotton crape l is a very WestA If YOU Are
port from Its frail legs and Its mother line, close weaving, resembling its sofa bed? Davenport.A .
BMW OBXOKXD OOAI.! the case of lettuce, when the cover more expensive sister, crepe de chine, horn tied to a seaman's cape? j '- .
I- or nurse la under the delusion that by' 1 Ae coat illustrated here l is a handsome Is removed the leaves will pop up, and and the ratine--or sponge cloth -is Cape Horn. .

making It walk thus she Is strengthening II affair of green and white check you will find them almost crisp and also finer and closer thai. that worn A tree with a long branch Long

Its limbs. with oneof, the new turned over collars fresh as if they had just come from last year. Both come in a large range Branch., THINKING OF BUILDING A "'
J Instead of this she Is letting the of velvet. There are epaulettes the garden rf colors, of which at the moment pinks A wagon marked: 2240 pounds on a 1

K;;, < j child run the serious rlak ot, being permanently of velvet combined with fancy buttons Even lettuce that has wilted will revive extremely fashionable, ranu' bridge. Bridgeton. HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LET; '.
deformed. It is thus that tho A child peeking in- at a door
s"yrp of the shoulders. The raglan wonderfully if subjected to a few from the palest blush to deepestrose ME :
tt bow legs are formed. sleeve ts finished with deep turned hours of such treatment To purify tints; also light or dark pelcin Peking. FIGURES WITH YOU.

The child should take exercise rolling back cuffs. The coat is suitable for blue, mauve, mastic and diva gray.
greens that are to be eaten raw use a BRILLIANT COLORS.
a and kicking on a rug. It may have general wear in the fall or makes a I AM PREP4RED TO FURNISH .
pinch of boric add powder in the wa- French Dressmakers Favor Them for
convenient for the motorist
its)' )egs massaged- twice a day with wrap or COMFORTABLE COlt HET3.
ter in which .
theY'waabed. Their Most Elegant Creations.
traveler. PLANS AND ESTI
..alt and water but should have only -
r A medical man'has said that nothIng The couturiers of Paris are featuring "
as much exercise on itslegs u it wishes JOHNNY'S JOKES. Prewvv Eggs more sene. than the no* cornet odd combinations of materials in MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM""r, +

., to take.- Mother told Johnny to go to the To know bow to preserve eggs from lag come into fashion's reaim. for along their latest creations. Silk linen and *
shop and her water cracker. plqu.-win be effectively ieU in one PRICES.
get time. Vrc waist line of'these
the time when
they the
4- VV Care.of "b?.Ears.. Johnny came back with an ice pick ; are cheap-to corset Is large and the built low. They model while another I.-fuhloned.

NneJ;'.b,. any chance should a bbj'a and his mother failed to see the 'Jokp, 'time when they are dear is, most important are of'.such shape" that .fall, deep voile, silk and batiste. ". -

"ears 1 be filled,,with eotipa1ldliD the. dally Johnny was taken to the postoffice. As they cannot spoil without breathing Is. possible.,,: '. ' '.Blouses' have jumper effects'of. one '
bathing;"neither should the finger! by his father, They were talking oxygen, they may be kept for a long material 'worn over guimpe! of another W;ARNOLD'"

be Inserted in the orifice. to dig out. thesoap about all aorta of things when the father 'time in powdered charcoal, which must CAPE JACKETS. while the skirts are formed ,of .
e left. remarked, "What. an unpleasantodor be renewed at least once a month. -' long Dutch tunics and.UDd.nldrta. of 1 f* 1.."

4 ,The washcloth should be rinsed, one 1 Glycerin .. also an'excellent preservative Some of'the short'jackets of tailored 'contrasting.weaves.. "' Contractorand., Builder.. .'. ,
'' 'comer folded softly to make sort of ". guess," answered Johnny, "it for'eees. A mixture of glycerin suits have two or three -short Brilliant 'colors are' combined "with J' '
comes from the dead letters here. with half its volume of water shouldbe falling just below the shoulders ecru white, dark bine'/or:' gray.The KISSIMMEE, FLA.. = -
;;: /email mop, and Inserted very gently, capes .
:1. "What is that noise in the library designs selected are bold and striped
i. prepared the eggs placed in this In' the back and in the front a sort
-> -.*ver fsr-and never forced. asked of Johnny. fabrics are. general favorites, andmany 124 Snmner St. Phone 288.
papa solution and belowthe of completement ./
kept surface bya revers a* a necessary
,,.To. nee any\ sort of implement; like s "Must be history repeating itself," floating piece of wood. of the capes. These jackets are very, of the long (unica are evolved /1'
J. 'hairpin or the point of a toothpick or, answered the incorrigible. I good looking. Especially whenJhey! from there striking materials. _
The same solution will serve for constant
indeed anything that can possibly enter -
In bright blue serge or:
time are developed
for 'other
6 use a long eggs
too tar is to perhaps cause loss of gaberdine, perhaps with red buttons
being In when removed.
pat some are
hearing that seems unaccountable. SCHOOL SWEATER. and a white collarthey have a quite :
Be that the clean
.{ Its child complains of earache do sure eggs are when military look.TRUCK I

-t' ,' .,DOt gouge Into the ears to extract any put In. I CANNING-TlME
+ Silk and Moroerbod Model That Ar.Hande.m. I
j, hard deposit that may have accnmn- I GROWERS ARE BUSY.MiamLThevegetable.CTeege .
Affaire.The Timing the Baking.A .
.JJ;;:",, :kited but drop a very little melted / -
schoolgirl finds a sweater a very clever woman whose hands and on
petroleum I
'I Jelly-not hot but melted.from -
:m useful garment In the early fall U mind'were filled with small duties*anseemingly the East Coast this season will be '.
: insert
\ .\ a spoon : very lightly a bit .1
c. ..:: ,Mf-absorbent cotton and cleanse the may be substituted for a coat to be performed at one and I record breaker. Truckers are. planting IS-HERE-AGAIN ;,
ear Very attractive are the sweatersnow the same time found her bread and their seed beds for the late fall I
shown In' the shops. Some of the rolls often left just the few minutes; too and early winter market. Growers .
.,i".O!>:'- .- J.-'P': long in tbe oven so- they were not appetising are busy at work intheir fields getting ,Fruit for.canning Is cheap and plentiful this yearNo'jelly /
Teotleee Parents I
f In the Woman's Home Companion a as she wanted them to be. the ground into shape for he - jam and preserves Bite your own bome-made./
With her coming season Eggplant and pep
small alarm clock she arranged '
,+" 'story filled with observations of cbUdi' all this perfectly. She simply per 'seed are being put- into bed., Have yon neglected Canning some years became of a

>.' ,life comments'. follows on the ever- which generally are1, ready for replanting uncomfortable kitchen
: set the alarm for -the hour that the sweltering, with a piping hot ,
V'y' Blasting question that parents ask their after six or eight weeks.
bread should be looked at. went about coal or wood' fire. This yea can do" the work '
'i 'f ''a. children [Ia"e you washed your face There Is no doubt that the tomato
her other duties and Its found
;vV afor .uppe"" The magazine says: at ring acreage will be larger than ever in Cosafortahly sad EcenemicaUy if you sue a i'
she had conquered once more by ease'rising
4 1 --'Thla Is not a happy greeting, as you Dad. county as new settlers have
I will realize more keenly If yV u are her wits. come in and much fertile land has

_ '.4 "'able to think back Into your ownt childjhood. -" been' cleared. Tho acreage in the

0; Very few people can think back $pre4Ing Butter.There section south t>t Miami I will be large. FLORENCE OIL COOK STOVE I IY

'1''. ''definitely, but those who can must re1'1' is poor economy In wasting' .J' ," F

.;--- i'member cautious homecoming by hard butter trying to spread bread but When making Q'J1Ip' from granulated .

', I < backways, careful avoidance of moth- a knife dipped Into boiling water and sugar, melt the sugar before AUTOMATIC ,

..L. t.N"'and fathers for a few minutes.' then need In the butter does away with adding the water stirring constantly i

'. alT trouble: and spreads evenly. Especially to prevent burning.. The syrup will
'knowing that the first word that thoae
In preparing sandwiches Is it Important be of a rich golden color and will not
: beloved people would speak would beoneof
the sides of the pitcher.see .
to" have'.each slice nicely: crystallize.on
.i, disapproval. What with torn
1 spread with enough but not too much I
....... >clothes and dirty bands and coming InV tar W e F
:I- butter, and this should be done before Soften pitch, wheel grease or
V ,, tithe return of the child be and I
-_.- .. ran CUttingJbenthe; slices laid'resdt to I stains with lard and soak in turpentine LC
r ". ,very'often: is a verj trying ordeaV have-any preferred.fifling. -' Scrape-off-all-theloosesurfac U

>, : dirt with a knife sponge .clean with ---K E .

'' PiotMreeque Garb For ..,.. Keeping IwR barb. I I .turpentine. and rub gently until.. dry. L. ..F'C

"r !The small boy just exalted to trouser To preserve rhubarb so that It maybe ; ..

a 'V: nits signifies an appreciation tor pic ready for use at any time wash and Hove le a ran .........q for re* .. A

.\, t1U'eIIq.erecta! by wearing Oliver cat'|site small pieces u for stewing, set a Hesse ., Owr .

JV' -Twist raiment, comprising a pair' of being careful to remove all strings ; ME

p 'knickerbockers fastened on a 'blouse Fill the jar to the top with the rhubarb I

' .the1 whole displaying a far more generous'use >and then stand the jar-under a No Money Down r ,.a

f.y- of material than poor OU.Vsf -. cold"water faucet; where th.) water i

;; 1/ ; . scanty clothes did. I If can ".wl7-nD la and out for halt an a ?

-* j : Many mothers,,, however, still prefer hour.. Screw on the cover under water -- - 1

-v- w ,-: ,V the belted tnnla and knickerbockers: of so that no air can get in and keep'1a tcoollduk Ii Especially, geed? for Caaaisg work ..because of the

:r. time honored use, thinking that It suits place!,_ ' Five Years. Time Perfect Control of the Flame at all time V

er't ,the rotund .figures,of..thelr. young sons j

;>,1MItWr: than, the, new"' kind of dress. "" r-Vpi ._ ,The'lee' upnJy.". :'I'. "' -: :"< .' 'You can maintain a not flame 0. that slow simmering ';.

-. .,......Bat! there la.a.spice of novelty the ;1&'.. much more Injurious tofood to Give rucikeeeM'eC fivi''aal Tea. -mniTraets fire. sometimes necessary to get best results ,'+ : '
Mtrer*. ',which Is of ta.UBBItTr. PARK ... ....... .
Twist design
( : appeaiing keep it in a'refrigerator with a ec&.Gt 'I .t
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re was will bswreve aV Ia...
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tCllfteo" ; Tara
.I t.: r.. supply of Ice than to leave .& covered .---n. w 1sadreal. 1... a Lever.,
al.It7 ge.a
". ," ''1,: '' on a pantry shelf where there is a good t. .. to raise lower the .+
: evening frocks are'made f l t! ;" of' t ..+ 1!: or ... .. '.
... ?:swiss: swaiia .. nppl7.ot fresh air..,._ Iteon. mu.tLieconomical I t. "1't'/' '
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rs of drat;;dull __ '(
......... \.. ", ,J:'"':: - ,: -.... model .N' to with ice wrap each cake la' Wtfi Such';a:CfiaficcSvs .. ,. ? ,;IT ;_ t ? '
"''''1 1.C,,_, ._. .. ; :or .mercerised,i a piece of old woolen'Blanket which I A '
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'. white eraque1e'.laee 'sad' cup most he removed and boned la water taU..>'w.'Owyeea OwiHeeee 'W' ,.CO. ,

lo bright: colored. taffeta'for attractive1'waster. :and baking soda once a week. ':1:1o sat the sees* )rev.*.*,Beetles) ., ; ... :-, 'i'
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/ 1.""Threw it into eight hundred feet fo I'm going up to'the. : .elttbv There'i; 1 ?Alu \\D-my capacity: as butler>> ; :.verygood. my revolver. Ton go to the stables and! She.presd his hand .-It.,was isai "'her

Si..O.o fOOt M o WOItD.l water, on a bar .where the sands are nothing ilk a pm.- of hiniards or Miss Florence." To her he gave take a try at my car; see if she work if one of, those book hence had '

9 "The Million DollarVL,. T"1 always:shifting. Hell never find It, chess to smooth. that wrinkle which. no sign of his secret: satisfaction. smoothly., We may have to do> SOUM stopped out of a book; only book .her

story will run for tw.nt".on.oon. even if be .took the range,' He eoul I.DIBto: worry you.". The hour arrived. wad the gay party hiking? Where is the, ooontess ir f ices always NcI tremendous l fortunesand

R Montlv weak In this paper. By not have. got a decent one. The ?su j: In the great newspaper, 'office th.n bowled away. Thoy wound in and Wet .. did not have to work for a- aliving.,.
"fir K arrangement Film company with It the has wTanVaaer beenf' was dropping and the. shadows wei ins a ,nighty,racket out 0(.th. streets toward the country "Leave that to me. Mr. Norton..'" I Oddly enough, she was 1IO .afrald.

c tmad.: poeatbU not onJ,.- to read, long.. ,He;;threw the r the story In this paper out also to water and then began pegging awa, room of a metropolitan daily., Copy of the bona .,, Florence's: _-.toymen t "Be off} they are: moving. back toward Th 'Count. Norfsldt'' Some one r '
Baa It .ch.w..k For the at aolutlon the Oray.toneCaalna of this at us,'cool as you please.. and fired OUrtank. boys wero _\rushinjr ta\ and fro lues would have been, perfect 'had it not the house." <" > '. iSo has imposed".vpoa the countess." ei

; J mystery .story 110.001 will be ." v sengers and printers with sticky galleys been for.the absence of Norton. Why : Norton carried the basket around To you thin;so?" with strange.
/ t... (Ivan.CONDITIONS. "It looks to me as it he had waste In I their hands; reporters ,wan hadnt he.been'invited T .She did not to the 1a,",,-where it was taken from look in bis .,....; : t

GOVERNING THH his time." -t banging away at: their ,typewriters I ask; because she did_not' can t .disclose his hands by the regular servant H. '''What do you mean?".' p

,, CONTEST "That depends..* Between you and and intermingling. yon could hear the to the countess.her, interest In sighed as he saw Florence laughing ,"Nothing.Just now.. The' idea. Is to

F ,by''!'h.the prise. of 410.000 or will child be won who me' and the gate post. rve'a snealdn ceaseless clickaty-click.: f rom the.. telegraph the reporter, They wen nearing the ..and chatting with a' man,who-, was a get out of her quickly as we'; x xart.
i writes 'the man moat acceptable eolation idea that this man Jones, whom nobody room. limits of the city, when, the coach: was stranger and whom he heard addressed . See this painting?*,- He touched

of .the mystery, from which. has given any particular atter The managing "editor came out'ol forced to take a sharp turn to avoid as count Some friend of tht a spot, on. the,wall .and.thepaintingslowiyswung ,}

} '.the tar last drama>ffice and approached. the desk of an' automobile, in trouble. The man countess, 'no: doubt.,' Where was 'all out like a door.. COme;
been honestly attempting to flnd the night city editor this tangle going, to end :.He wishedhe to.the side ,
a laat two chapter of the .tory I have puttering the engine, raised his .; we make-ourescap. lawn. .. ,'
written by Harold MacOrath. a new hiding place; the.advertisemer ?Editorial page gone down?" head. It was Nortonand Florence knew And what a I yarn he was from here." -- ,; -_

'1'lIou.erV'lm Solution may corporation be sent to either the I in the newspaper may have draw "Twentyminutes, ago" said the waved her hand vigorously. foing to write some'. dayV! It would :.. At the stable they were confronted:
York He -have thrown the box: editor... -. ,- -! I. bcJ'1'eacl like.Orie-of-jGaboriau's.. that* + "-
,, "at Chicago or New any him. may night city "?A coaching party. he murmured! /; with the )knowledge Norton's ear-
time up to mlel-nl<
-. ,They not later must than bear that poefofflc date.' -mark This checkmated. Again the whole thing rumpus." O, very well!I" He laughed and the grounds,. when beyond a clump oi do nothing with it.., ,Then Norton sng. -: ; .
i "owe four we.k. after the ant may have been worked up for our TOO late." suddenly grew'.serious.. It would not cedars he saw,.three or con. gusted that h* make an effort to corn*'
earance of the last film re4 -" benefit, a blind. 'But if that's tbe "Where's Jim' Norton?" hurt to find out where that coach wgolne. rersing lowly! He got as near a. possible mandeer the limousine of the:eoun.*,

+ \last*...chapter and three 1* published week after In this the case. Jones. has us' pn the hip for w. "At the chamber: of commerce ban .- ... ..1.1Heset I for when .three or four men.put toss; .but...ther* .were"men,about,, so.; cah.llmoeairiawasont9ftA.asses

;; t la whlcn to submit olu-- can't telL. But.we can do what; in all quet. --1'he.maJor, f s going to throw to worJk, ; savagely,. located, '..heirhead together sndwhfeper animatedly :" ; r
peer ..
'' probabilities he L expects: we'll cease a bomb into_the enemy's.amp.--! the trouble. righted iVand-set off.for ,--it- tion., -I' <. -*"'-- *
-, 1 determine-A. board which of three of the Judge many eola will to do-t-watch him just as shrewdly as "Nothing.on the Hargreave stuff?' the Hargresve home. He found Susan -| fame or something worse.< lie caught ."HorBes l wMspered( .Tone ./"''Ti .

," tion received Ie I the most accept- before." "No. Guess I'd better put that Ir and bombarded her with, questions phrase or two as it, came down the arty. H..rat.saddle; horses,'. "already
able. The Judgment of this board Olga caught his hand and drew him cubbyhole. .H.'.,dead." which to:Susan came with the wind, and then he knew that the vague saddled. Ho wabout these people,' the
. _and. ..flnaUNojh .. .
U u> absolute! -41wasn'tgolngtobother - ;. . *r -
.'_, z Ins; of a literary nature will be downbeside; .Nowillfoundyet.a. rapiditjr ofTalffTipoirtheroof."So .aIlp1cionrthat-had-\roueht.-hi 'Owne1",3. r? +
J considered la the\ decision nor you tonlrht" but it may mea "Not a piece as big- as a postage : Jones went.,along". here had-been set-''nI motion-by-fa to.He ,. ...-"Cvthejrmrr beyond rtprocch.' They
s given any preference In the .election something vital." ." "In his capacity of butler only." heard "Florence" and "the old have doubtless.been imposed- -upon K

, .1,.... price.' of The the winner lat two of reel the 110,000 which "What?" alertly. "That will leave the girl in a tough] Norton smiled. .Well, I'll take a irawing room;" and that wa enough But let us get aboard first. There will lv,

will give the most acceptable eolation For reply she rose and walked over place. No "will .no birth certificate;; Jaunt out there myself. You are He scurried about for Jones.>It was be time to talk later. I'll,haft to do, )

to the theater. will be presented this to the light button. She -pressed i It and worst, of all, photograph of the sure of the location. ?" pure luck that he had had'old Meg some explaining..taking. these nags

a ';c.... feature In a.,the soon a* It I* having practical to and the apartment became dark. old man himself. I don't see why Jim "Yes.! how him through the house otherwise oft .like this. We ;won't have to ride
t- .
..........a:. I- produce same. The story corresponding "Come over to the window quick!I" sidestepped this affair i lie's the only; "Well good-by. I'll go as a waiter he would have forgotten all out. in frontt.when the picknickers'
.. to them. motion pictureswill colnctdentally She dragged him across the root man in town who knew anything; since they wouldn't invite me. I'm about the secret panel in the wall and are. There's a lane back.othe stable, y

+ appear, or In a the* soon newspaper after the appearance -- "Over the way, the house with the about Hargreave." one of the best little waiters you ever he; painting. Jones shrugged resign and a slight detour brings us back into '
,i' of the picture aa prac marble frontage." "He bun t given \it up; but he wants heard of; and all thing. him edly. Were'these men of the countess' the main road." > :

. tical. With the last .two of reel the winner will- A man emerged, lit a cigaret and to cover it on his own, turn'the lam who waits." t >arty?. Norton could not say' -Tht"th'fee'-mounted' :clattered 'p
be shown the
'' his or her picture home, and other interesting walked leisurely down the street. over when he's got it., no What a pleasant affable young man Norton made, his hiding place intafety Away To Florence it had the air of) '
. feature It le understood "No!" she cried as Braine turn
,'I' .* practical that the In newspaper printing the, *o lat far to make for the door doubtless wit! "Ah So that's the game?" him Jump into the car and go flyingup the guests; moving about In.tM'roOm.Then such confidence in these two Invegtive'men I

two chapter of the story by Harold " the Intention of finding out who this "Yes; and Jim I is the sort every the street. all sounds ceased for a.- while.Norton that she felt as if she 'was never,. ,

,. McGrath, will also show a picture . man was. "Every .night after you paper needs. When the time comes) Jones was a good.,deat surprised strained his ear against the going .to be afraid any more,'
'..:,r of the* to successful th contestant.Solution must leave he appears. the story turns up, if there is one. when Norton turned up at the old >anel. A door closed sharply. When the Countess Olga saw"..the

w not be more than.10'A'Y word* Ion*;. "Does he follow me?" Here he is now.. Looks like an actor Chilton manor.- "Nor here you muststayyoung thnrhorne-it-wau-t.. ort-not-to-: *.

,-..;.:. Here are I*':smrll questions connection to with be "No. And that's what bothered meat < in the fourth act of "a drama. Good 'What made you come here
. ',i the kept mystery In u an aid to a solu first. I believed he was .watching) looking chap though. like this?" the butler demanded."I'm "What do you mean, sir?" demand- warned her people who presentlygave ' some apartment above. But regularly]; Norton came in through the outer a suspicious duffer; maybe id the beloved".oiee-. chase In the limousine while she

l What beB>ea at theMlllleaalrer when I turn out the lights he come gates. He was in evening clothes top that's the reason." "It means that on one win return to prattled and jested and laughed with

Wa. *_Wihat"< ae._e* at the. forth.! So there's no doubt that he II hat. A dead cigaret dangled betweenhis "Do you know anything his room and that 'you will not be her company, who were quite unaware tl;

y. ,, >.....,***' watches you enter and takes note of: lips. "Well, no; I can't say that I do. missed until It is too late."" that a drama was being enacted right '. .
''IN Ma. *-W.._ ._. Plareaice departure." "How much do you want? asked I had to come out abrnpty ,i'
TNa. your But hang it, Just The sound of voices stopped under.their very DO.... The countess,
11, tarry. 4-What beeaee .f th. RaaBtaa "But doesn't follow me. That" I the night city editor." here" and something like . ,\Y-: **a.teTNobody odd. What the devil la his idea?" "Column and half. "Maybe it's just as well you did"iaid lued.. Later Norton heard.the back oft handkerchief shreds. There was
.. connected either directly "I'd give a good deal to learn. 1 "Oft with your glad rags! Jones moodily."I t chair strike" thepanel'andsome something sinister tll1h.-"Ta11 their
1,: or Indirectly with "The Million shadow and the glowing cigars "Anything good?" asked the managing place.The house- waitederhaps
Dollar Mystery wll be considered The I know this me sat heavily upon it He plans fell through at the very momentof
1 ,y u a contestant.SYNOPSIS disappeared around the corner am I editor. keper used to be my'nurse, and if she > five minutes; then he,gently consummation;: and that night she
the lights in the apartment.. wen I "The lid has been Jammed on tight. is still on the lob she may be of service lid back the panel. Florence ..atbound determined to .sk.Braine to..withdrawf ',

.' !. turned; on agaf"He's No wine in any restaurant after 1 to us. You don't think they'llluertion and gagged under his very rom, this warfare, which, graduallydecimated v
. /1. ' '11.OF_PREVIOUS__ "I..I CHAPTERS.Staaley .,t... gone. 1iu really think he'i o'clock. There'll be a roundup of every or recognise me," reel! It was but the'work of a' mo- their numbers without getting -,

''3 3' m aelravailaaia _.. fret th. *.ea .1 ta. w.tchingmet" '> gunman in. town""Good "Hardly. I'll put in a word for lent to liberate her. them: anywhere toward the 'goat, t
"->.... *f fcrllllaat tW.._ kaewa aa th.. "He is watching this apartment I work! Gq to it." you" Ill say I sent knowing "It is I, Jim Do not speak or make Jonesshouted that the"limousine
Black Haa4r a. HT** lb. life af s rw Norton turnedin servants to take :
,, 411... <.. .. .'-. yeara. Hanrravatlarht know that much. It was 1 o'clock when if we hall enough he least noise. Follow me. was tearing downth* road... Some
... .. *.. a Br..away _ta.. And even at that moment the< his last sheet of copy and started i care of the luncheon." Greatly astonishedFlorence obey tiling must be done to stop !ft. 'JJ&tugg.studthat '
...t anal thra ___ taco. t. f...> wltl watcher was watching from his.van for home. Just outside the entranceto "And now, 111 go and< hunt up Meg. ec4 and the panel slipped{ back'' into I he'drop behind,.leave ?
th. BralB* behind the comer."Suspiciou'.t" the building man with a slouch hie old nurse was still behind the secret' .
After th* aaeatlaar. flarla whlclwither tage a Sure enough jlace. The. room his horse and take a chance ofpot.ting ,
-P ' realaa tm* he murmured tossing hat drawn down over his eyes stoppedforward. in charge of the house; and when her"baby" >anel had,barred windows; To >Flormce a.tire; from the shrubbery at th.roadsid. -
"M.' t here ...- han-faa ta mtm aaahlSeea *> the cigaret into the gutterHTheye . disclosed his identity she all it appeared to be a- real prison. 'I : ;
lays vlaaifar
"' Rlverd.N m mt mm .
t watching me for a -changeHI "Mr. (Norton? rhinek. lilt, here l".she asked ::2artotl.o
F *aakla hla _>a tr. lb. mmmm- but fell Trpo ( TT How did :you get "Keep going.Dow'tstop: ,
' '; i", try. He write" a the Klrla1aehal drop out. I know what I know "Yes.". 'Norton stopped back suspiciously. "But what are you- doing here, > till' anback.1n town.' Ill manage .

+ before la New h.Jersey mmm. aayatcrlavalr wher elsrhteeayeara led Y It's a great world. It'sfine" to be airs< . dressed up is a waiter" "Something "told me to follow yon. you to take, .good can of,myself.: r x
.w tbs elewnlt. .* ala baby aaaht. and kicking on top of it. .He The other chuckled, raised and lowered /'It'. a little secret Meg. I wasn'tinvited And something is always going to tell . continued.
f! Vlareao* Or ,.. Ha ala* a>aya a. ."tBral. on without haste and took the subway his hat swiftly. and the truth is I'm very desperately ' ne to follow you, Florence."') : 1 I i I(To} be ) .
'1! t* th* aaaa-ar at a d.rNevil avtat train for downtown. "Good Lord!" murmured the re ladyin r s
.... in love with.the-young
.. :
mmm --e< .t hla ear- near "
>..... Ha__...* he aa-at ....... baG "Is then, any way I ,could get" ; porter. whose honor this:coaching party is a
mm thy ea t.r the ...**>' th. watcherital . him?" asked Braine." i "W n'you"take: a ride with("me in a being given.'' And ; maybe sh.'. .. '
.. *. a' ball** leav th. rCTh might Iveby < V ", *
_.. 4he aalIU,. "'I'omolTOw'nl&ht -yfM taxi; ? j in danger. Cry
f mtmtr
f. t Skinner
>....*.... H.rgnavs* vra*. lcawa. t. havmrmmm the Janitor's entrance. I'll keep the I'llturn < "Al the way to-Syracuse, if you" say Danger? .What'Irbout' ?" ' Kimiroygh &;, t r 'IrrigatijipWATER ,
Thus come aac outside. Then Well I'll be tinker damned! ,
day gala
that till you're so. know But show
lights "The Lord only"
.... .. bed m ... pace and :
auie4ta halle + EARTH
*. them of-and :you can follow ."No names please\\"Jt; '" not beep. THE. '"
tare sad ....... .t* th.*..hkttaa. mt me about the house. .I've 't, :
r tbs ... -' ; -. learn who he b.W :7"It's ." What took place in that taxicab was here: _in so long 1'.e-forcotten the run .to. suit conditions. ,No better:irrigation |h existence.. 'J.::W. Kim- e* sbrough
+ .. . trmwm the srlrla1eh ,
,_,, 4 Flora. ? mighty important. known But at 10 with the "
never generally1 of It. I remember one room of"the State,of
,**!. Prlaecaa 01... Bra...* -aeyaalem. wrinkle f Lakeland,.Florida has management ;;
, visits mmm ..1.1_ t* h* a roleliv. .. "Ddn't scowL At your age a o'clock the next morning-Norton surprised secret panel and another with a painting ; Islands Isle of Pines, West Virginia; ,North : '
J .. Twe> ........ detee-tlvee flail. b.i is apt to remain if you once g get the elevator boy by going out that turned Have they. changed Florida. Cuba,--Bahama Mississippi. and \Arkansas* Anyone ,
.... Louisiana,
their plat le failed. by N. a awwammmmr it started." proceeded downtown to the Carolina, South Carolina
Norton them? him
r aaaau She could< in irrigation can obtain information by
r By brlblaath. a as>tala of (the Od.. He laughed. "Wrinkles! National bank, where he deposited ."No; it ii Just the same here as it Uktorested All all orders, promptly.
v l'f'' laya a tray tar Bralae cad hit talk of wrinkles! $5,000 in bills of large denominations. used to be. Come. along .and I'll the company. They-are' now prepared' ,, . '
r ..... Pri._ Olsra .1_ vlelta thOrtcafa important than you in Address
more difficulty "
are had
"They The teller some
_sital. cad -... _II, falli the show you.
I ? late the reeerter ....... The vlaaprove I,. think. Every morning I rub" out counting them. They stuck together Norton! inspected the rooms carefully KIMBROUGH & SKINNER IRRIGATION{ COMPANY
abortive. thre.a h Br.I.. .'. seed wrinkles I go to bed with. and retained the sodden appearance stowing away in his mind every
wr "lack: cad ..1, fate late th II out-the in water LAKELAND FLORIDA.. '
rub submerged about ,
beds ef the pellve.After "I wish you could genera of money recently detail. He might be worrying
; f...... la their '.rat attempt.. i stupidity which is wrinkling m] : nothing; but so many strange things
....._.' .
the Black Ummmrrm trap F. They three moves and that it better to ben
I've made had happened wa
brain. -- .t
ask her far _...y. hat eke
10111.. tH_ faileditr each. What's come over Florence as deiighted at the idea the side of caution than on the side

.'"I Nertea aad thee-...t... rail .. fler '' me?" had too many sue- of a coaching party.she Often had during her the of carlessness.Jones He-left carrying the a house basket and of, BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR'ALL f PURPOSES;
W the .ex., day ._SM. more _I. at "Perhaps you've school girl days seen ran across : !
: 1 hem. The ...1.... ...... ...*. Jeaeere cesses. The w'nael of chance is always fashionable coaches go careening along n& I -'l-V'lf-. ,
.... a........ aced f reas take this 'to the I 'I"I.I.
I. a acetle* ef _: ...... turning around. the road with the sharp, clear note of "Heref Norton; owl
< aa cavity take: a hex. byaeatbera i "
I smoke the abovo the thunder of want to reconnoiter. .
,'" e f the Black: Hmmmrrm whekave i "May bugle rising :
bvesi watehlaB his atereaeeata. hrashes "Thanks. At least it proves you hoofs and rattling of wheels. Jones "All right, m'ludl! Say, Jones how "
te the water treat. A thrtlllaaraee I me. much do think I'd earn at this :
consideration for was not enthusiastic; neither was hea you "' t
-...__- I still some
*t.the. metyr hex late beats."e" aa ...Jeaeadrep with. You would smoke whether it wai killjoy; .s: job?" comically. 1 1.. 'II" '. Rine-" .. .
6 )'y his aateaaatle aeta dre te the paraalBabeat. ., agree ble or not. But I like the odor "But you are to go along, too,' said "Get along with you Mr. Norton.It fe .0'W. ; .
i help be the time to laugh and then "( :
I af a good cigar. And it always Florence."I may ., r'
think." Miss Florence?" It'may not." '_., '. fl' .... .
Copyright: lilt: By Harold acdrath.) you to r
< invited, especial. 'I'm 'going back into-the house and ,
his "The countess
) Braine lit the cigar and began you -';' 'f:
+ CHAPTER $I. bide behind secret panel. I've got i.
pacing. At length he< ly. You go with a hamper. ) a -'
"Did you -get the range?" asked customary I ..a

\ the countess when late that night paused."Suppose we have a real old fashioned EVERYTHING- ..l 't'",
Braine recounted his adventure.b out to the old
coaching party i
b "Range!" he snarled. "My girl 1, know about?" "
haven't I just told you that I ha what shall we
;: fight for my* life My boat was In "Make the. mansion an enchanted / ; YOUR' HOUSEWE
I fy flames. We had to swim for it till castle where sometimes people who SUPERIOR SERVICE TO[ BUILD ,
I Island
by a Long x
1 it *we were picked up inter can't get out. Do you think] ='r"" ,
barge tug. I don't know '
f. of the motor man. 11m st. have; you could get her to go? '
4F >ITt
"I can try. >i ?
And I'm
for shore. .
e leaded straight HAYiS
I I must have that girl; am -
"Olga, ,
glad he did. Otherwise he'd be howling Sometimes 1 I r.
i the of another boat t must have soon. *" *' '. ** '"
s for price mightily puzzled over the 4 ? '
Olga for the first- time I've had to find myself manufacture' all grades'of -
whole .Jthing. If Hargreave is alive, We are' fully equipped and i
of the boy. have a look
i u, let facet one Doesnt know the name;, but I why:doesn't he turn up now his that house hit lumber rdugh and drese lC Un1;Flooring.;Siding;Doors; jp ',

, J:( ,, ' of these days hell stumble across. hold iauirhter:? '-I presides might understand over it if 1 Ididn't r THE SasK, Shingles, Lath./Window and D Frames ,Moulding .
. and the result will be, blackmail. ''
,. JI t;, .
really Mr
js$ :
.;;;, "1snless I push him off into the dark. ; know that Hargreave of all kinds; Framing, dressed and rough; Cypres Lumber; '.'

It waa accidental.leaned forward her afraid with. the of five nothing'thousand-, Where picked lathe up mar altat. < IMPORTANTQUALITIES We also caarey a'conipleteline of>> Brick,Lime,Cement, Paints;.
hands The tightly clenched. ; What was the reason for Jonet Varnishes and Glass. We are able, to to furnish you eTery-

t ""But the box!" carrying that box out in broad w.tchingacross -day.ight thing for house oryour barn, from ground to roof. (
Who is the chap financial your .
made of despair. ? of all success are economy '
Braine a gesture
( drug these the street? Sometimes I be.: saving and safe investment __r .t' _! f' ,)I __
'" "Leo are you using any ..
". ieve in my soul-if I have on*I-thailargrfeave . ... ,.. .,'
c.: "
: days? ; ;;
The : woman
is playing with us. play young man or young .. -J, Y
..,1+,,, .Don't make fun of me, Olga Impatiently. ; hall.nn... __who i is economical.and saving is on the
"Did you "eves see L"' rne-- tngrwellLtbftpthe- - arFreestrdi

T4!); '" drink .more than a pint-': of wine or iumed cigar into the grate "the Black .7 .right.road.We' : $lIct; t- -: '
k win
forward lOt'lose f:
in Hundred always goes ? rc ?
smoke morethanwo cigara an invite your accou t" whether sod -e'T r4L .
Whit)!:let and never forgets .
evening Poor fools my ; r ,large or small. ,, '
Into! the wastebasket for the, ".W. are a I'M' pirl" said the wonan .- "",

L sake brain of go an hour fir BO of exhilaration about?J 1 ,bitterly exactly-t tfWe : 'what la' intended i LiTL 4'Per eent.Intaregfj/'aW'on < -i We':;.W(b"e" ,1'glad:to:gnve,you Price*;and Estimates' FREE.. .
will I./ I'm'keen are : t
.No and never. t .
..-the."gray fatter I've'got and'by Jhe,! UB I to be.';They wrote you down in the .. Saving. Accofmti', '. Contractor; *_Estimate* on'.house'bill* receive....." attemtioa.Yellow ., ?-
"'LonT liarrqI'm going to keep',it.; b ok'a. VbeantifulJ 'bodywltb; ; a : '" ,., '

There' only .one dope fiend In. the I rooked mind They wrote 'pre.down ">: p',, 4'f: : \, . ... .
;; .
and he''s of the best decoys ai the devU.doomed"to roam earth's : .? ,, ) .. :

+ ;Hundred we have? so ]Ire one let himhave his .top. *111;I'm killed< A. _,_ W_,.a"Killed.x : '. 1 .a.:'A'1.:.u.ur-"t.'; Doriegap: ; 1} 01"'t., <-. w;' ..JK.l f; WVft- ; .'j9r n Pine: Lumbtf l Co.'MmA'a 1 )
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it. But <
coke whenever ha really\need* "- "' r' 'p "! ; jI!&. V I','C""M-. ; :
this' man .Felton has seen my 'facet. .."Why yemV" I'm not, the; kind...of rcIIOCI1... ). ,f" '
Some daf J> 11 see it again; ask:'quesas .-. r hap who dies in bed* surrounded by ' ; : \ : ;; '

,.: ", toons 'and then ;+1i.: .weeping. members of the family.doetorD1UM'and' 1 - *:' Xi.in2n .M / ..r"- ,
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'NEW t CLUB 0 CHURCH NOTICES.., < UNION CENTER, .. Me Fix Up .Jp UEQ'rt : ::: .,v

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rB i* AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH.: , 'We understand that school commences ,thisSummer : : :',. .Successor to,the dozier Leitner Atency: :, 'i.A z 1
eo School at 9:45 the first Monday September.. ,
Sunday a. m. : .
i, The new run dub held its- first At 11 o'clock D,.. Holt will continuehis'exposition M,.. Guy McClain left,him home in 1 '. '. . .State) Bank Buildintfesse ,o
'"practice shoot on i Thursday of this of the book of Revelation Ohio last Monday.' We were glad to ,4 ;;.
'week,when ftft members. tried their The subject for Sunday being learn that he likes Florida so well that *> .. ,1i. '"j
skill ,at hitting clay pigeons. The "The Mystery of the Seven Stan and he will return with his wife'In about ,,'it I
total. ,, score, as given below, shows the Seven- Golden Candlesticks." six weeks to spend the winter:. here.! <- ... - v .fi
tt! that many of the men'are new at this Evangelistic services at night Eaclj) Some of the men of the neighborhood ..... Nom. : 1
,.game,though some of those who made service 'on, hour In length. House cleared the weeds and brush'in D. G. WPER IPOBNCE ffOJfflY.I.
t Vie lowest scores are among the crack splendidly lighted and seated and the little(cemetery which is a' ecicled ..
'quail shots (If the'county. W. W. Car- Ventilated. Everyoody made wel improvement.. They also:,cut,a ,Dumber I am prepared. to,' convert . ".
f .,awagonl instance load of;quail cango in out short time bag come.. of trees. any area of land within a .Sncce*.er to War E. DeDecu Agency' '

{ much distrusted at CATHOLIC CHURCH. Mrs. A. D. Story returned from II. N. Second floor Citizen Bank Building Pleas Z46 N
f and be was very her visit in .. 9 ,
Georgia Thursday.Mrs. reasonable distance:of Kia. '
able to hit clay pigeon. : ..
not being a
; Next Sunday, the twelfth after Pen- Alfred Gatlin spent Sunday at "
I There are now about twenty-five tecost, services will be held as fol- aimmee ) \".
Barber home. how
the Sam
members in the club and they are allenthusiastic : no matter, the strongest and Most ;
lows Insurance Easiness representing
: Mass and sermon at 8 a. m.; The Misses Mosley visitors at General : ,
4 were
,,, and determined. With Sunday School at 'an hour to be an- Bible School last Sunday morning.Mr. rough or neglected, into':a Reliable :
l the practice! some of them are putting nounced at Mass; first communicants companies.We ;. ..
will toon be making records. and Mrs. Rep Floyd and Mrs productive and .
in'they will receive remunerative
at the Mass Medals -
Scores In Thursday's shoot follow: be awarded to ; will 1 Dora Floyd of Kissimmee, spent will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegaa Agency; '.
deserving: pupils at .
First Round. Sunday School. AH welcome at all Thursday afternoon and evening at condition. without change-ToUr patronage is respectfully &ODd.",. .. '
the parental Barber home. They !
services. en- "
Oar ton 81 M. 'B. Stevens.7 ..L
J. C. Cade 61 C51. McCnunrhenChaa. 1 I joyed a splendid picnic sapper which I'.'
PenB ld--l1t| W. A. N.-Uon1 LAYMANS MEETIX was served at the creek ., "
'f' .__ II J. O'Bi-rrjr 8 ;
+ W. B. HarrU Mr. Lloyd Harvey came down from
W. Strnpnnn. .
Andre Van fl r .
Mcervch f-iJ. M. Haas.'ll -.rl Next Layman meeting will be held Orlando Saturday to visit home folks t...:
: (}. M. Pratbr .:. IIn: Hutton 1Q. as usual at Pastime Theater, 3 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith, Everett Estimates and Plan. .
t:.,... W.-.Overstreet-,1' W. W. Carson .-0 Sunday afternoon, and will be led by and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs.-., H. Funk Excursion Rates'
j:, Second Round Brother Thornton who has given and.jon._Dwight, and Mr.,Guy .Mc FurnishedAlta / Summer
f: Llvlnircrnn -Slmpnon -4 about 65 years of his life to the service Clain, enjoyed a "dip" in the lake last
,'i'., Me, CauKhcn: ._. in P..rMI..ld l -10 J7 of the blessed master. Come out Wednesday afternoon. At 5:80 Mrs -

.r;. Van Prath der _Meenich.,--14J{| aro LupJrr-- 8 and hear this grand old a Funk served a delicious buffet lunch-, .. =_ .- VI A.- )
;lif.,.of love and service. I
The:: ) _'IflTr! ::?lub_jrrounds aTe vn the eon.Mrs. -
''. lake front south of the Klspimmee The work preparatory for the re- Sam Barber and daughter; i
1 Lumber company's mill. At first it vival meetings is progressing nicely. Myrtle; and little Miss Vivian Floyd Atlantic Coast LinT _. r

','r.\\I was planned to put the trap and The large committee meta every Sun- visited in town last Friday and Sat.
J'\. 'tandb\ in the ball park, but the loca- day after the regular services, to take urday. WLaw..J:
:;f.'t on chosen 1 Iii more ideal for the purposes up ark disposeof anything of importance Mr.- AaronStory -went-to--Tampa ; -- ---- -- -- '-, (Standard-Railroad of-the South.) .. -- -
; of the club. and the sub-committees last Friday and returned Saturday. : !
r'J, ), Tonight/ (Friday) all members of have been appointed and arc faithfully Mrs. Smith and Evelyn called on The Developer of Modern Model Farms: FROM KISSIMMEE ''

; the club are requested to meet in I). at work, getting every thlng-arranged Mrs. Harvey last Thursday. ,..1 i
G. Wagner's office to complete an or- in good shape for-the meetingto There was no Endeavor meeting on Box 145, $39.26, Cincinnati, Ohio. $21.10, Marietta, Ga.
," '} ganisation and elect officers soon begin. The Cottage prayer Sunday evening on account of rain. $49.75, Chicago, 111. $41.26, New York, N. Y. -
:t meeting committee appointed last In the morning at Sunday School there Kissimmee Fla. $64.85; Denver, Col.! $41.25 Philadelphia, Pa. 'I ,t

\', N....F, 'BASS GETS CONT11AT Sunday, have already held a numberof were more scholars absent than pres $38.90,. Eva-isvUle, Ind. $44.00 St. Louis, Mo. . _.'
FOR PILLEY BUILDING meetings in different parts of the ent. We wonder how a Sunday TimeTable $37.76, Louisville, Ky. $95.76 San Francisco. Cat r;
"B,r ------ town, which have ben spiritual and it would "work." 7:00 a. m.,
H". F. Base has been awarded the is hoped more of the brethren will at- alarm clock says, "good morning," ..40.II. Tickets Sold Daily Final) Limit October 31stNelson's

\\,u contract for the new business block tend.The 7:30, breakfast; 8:00, quiet hour and
' to be erected by Mrs. L. W. Pilley on prayer meeting committee will final study of Sunday school lesson; : u ALLOWEDFor
II Broadway. The buildings/ will be -of I meet next Thursday afternoon at 8:45: commence to get ready, start in H W. namFire STOP OVERS
i: 'red brick. Excavation for the foundations 1:30: Nelson Realty office to arrange time to arrive a little early to greet .
/'/ is already under way and the more definite plans for holding the strangers; 9:45 Bible School be- information and reservations call on
buildings wil be erected" as quickly as these meetings. These meetings have gins. Get book and sing
k?:; / a heartily. Life Health and
A. C. L. TICKET or -
been helpful and would .
:, possible. very we urge You will "get there" if you go by this
r. all Christians and sinners as well to I schedule.Mr. .. J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Pauenfer Agent, -
{T. :..OOOO.O attend and assist in this noble work.W. INSURANCESuccessor Tampa, Fla.

H. Jones Chairman. I Charles Penfield, of Jacksonville -
ORANGE one of the crack shots of the s t.
t { -0OIOIOIOI 60000 o '00000o o Southern States, is a visitor in the to s

1 city this week, having come to assist NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY ;
G. W. Finley, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., -0CAMPBEL 0O the gun club in getting started. Mr.
, Center last week. After an extended 0 Penfield also represents the Winchester
";' trip throughout the state, Orange I Arms' company. Old State Bank Building

county appealed to Mr. Finley as be- j I The social that was given last'Sat
' .
,, wae-an interested visitor to Orange urday night proved to be a success. was visiting relatives here Sunday.
in* "It" I Many were present.Mr. Mr. Will Allen, of Haines City, is
),fro S. E. Ballard is now a residentOf here looking after palmetto fans of
J. W. Collins who has been quiteill which he wil take load to Haines 40
Orange Center, having located here a car
the past few days. lie is putting up is improving rapidly.Mrs. City for the palm factory. INSTOCK
" with Mr. Chas. Dimmick who has .-Aaron Reaves and son returned Miss Abbie Harris, of Kissimmee, M.( TILLER "
r returned to Orange Center after an home last week from Georgia where was a visitor of Miss Ernestine Brown I ,
1 absence of about a year. she has ben visiting friends and rela- Sunday. .------: Real Estate Agency. PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEED!!! } '). i
'!; ,' ives. Mrs. Sarah Rowland of Winter Gar- MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP t G
;:: Mr., E. G. Morgan and family, of T
1;, ,: Wisconsin, are now permanent residents Miss Sabry Bright, who has been den, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. .......-....-............. TOWER EDGER TRIMMERS ,
;;;: visiting relatives here, returned home Bryant PERKINS'SHINGLE MACHINERY
Center. .
' of Orange They are .
34''': delighted with conditions in general.Mr. Friday. Rev. E. A. Milton was here Tuesday Realty bought and iold.JHouses ENGINEM ap t. 40 .. SAWMILLS

Morgan contemplates erecting a Mr. John Rowland made a business afternoon looking after the church rented. BOILERS.p t.... .. Lt..t s.C Heavy
,busines house at once. trip to Kissimmee Saturday. building which we hope will be started Taxes paid and Titles ver- WDV.T CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYORSaApoLIAE f

A big fishing party by our west- Mrs. Ida Norton, of Haines City, in a few days. .' !. ified for non-residents. IClIIGUlIIII( STEAM REEDS: "

c, olden was enjoyed early this week. ;. Flrejl-Ife; and Accident In--' LATH' MILLS STAVE MILLS dDHISTON
Guests from Kissimme helped make '
A; occasion C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. surance.. SAWS p
the enjoyable.
Bonds. lAW BITS f.. aU .a"_ .. 'tisrrI1io
Indemnity' saws .
:t .
l t Onir new store is in full blast and I itUs -

Si*, pie'110 to longer sent their necessary money for out our of town peo The Waters& rsGrover .. ...,- ",,- I r, ,' 4 ....PULLEYS._MI.. t. beat BOZE5BEIITINO .,

zor*everything needed. 1 ,LOG tlLuNS CANT, ROOKS TONQ,'
Mr. Leming contemplates a- trip -to lCVJIIB'l'"rllII'IG' FOR THE 4
his void home in Hoboken about the IAWMILL. ,
first. of September. t'j ( Y Cpmpanyf 8.IIJULLOCK 'Writ., tor -
Mr.' Maddux helplnl'' Mi. Stokes ) .. :? Prices '

'' with )his hay crop thjs'week.,-: :. ':. c: -_ .. " .
: Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES S.I

"' .PROMPTLY DISAPPEARChronic. of Titles a

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1 . . .4.:0. . .... r .. ...... ......... Specialty.
Crippled-up Sufferers Find 0 .

.'s.! r Relief After Few Doses of WE SELL: WBBUY: Corresoondenoe Solicited.
New Remedy' Are HAY, .
;: f . Taken. I' HIDES, . List }
0 GRAIN, 0 *
" -' 0 0 FURS, ...
J ; It is needles to suffer any long er FERTILIZERS, lam.
_ ,with rheumatism, and be all crippled . WOOL C.W.GRIFFIN.Staple
:,:..', --.....tip,1 and bent out of shape with itsheartwrenching '. SHINGLES, 4 that beExchanged
'' I ", pains, when you can .0 can ;
surely., f 0 ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND and Fancy t

.....f tunes from weak, inactive S. 4' .
.. .
t- -kidneys: that fail to niter from ORANGE WRAPS, + 0 ALL '
'. ,.n" ;the..blood, the poisonous waste matter GROCERIES:
and uric acid; and it is useless to 0 VEGETABLE CRATES, .. COUNTRY *
,nab on limiments or take ordinary 0 0 '. -fi

remedies to relieve the pain. This CRATE NAILS, PRODUCE. *
only prolongs the misery and can'tpossibly o Free Delivery to all Parts
"t. cure you. 4000 0 0..00. . . . ... .. .... .........

,; The only way to cure rheumatism .- of the City
is to remove the The dis .
We MJ.I field and garden seeds of all kinds. .
Croxohe does this
COT because it
I.,' neutralizes and dissolves all the poisonous We give special attention to fitting out hunting and campinr- partlea.
-, c
Free deUyery IB city limits. Phone No. 12. .
substances and uric acid
:,. lodge in the joints and muscles that, tot We are county agents for good fertW...... Ask na In drcmlars. and .._ .t..o. .. ._o..o....... 320 Acre of good Oklahoma land free and clear from debt, improved .

; scratch! and irritate and cause rheu'inativm prices on fertilisers. 3 miles from railway town, worth $20 per acre, owner is an

\ ,/... and cleans out and strength- elderly man and want to come to Florida for' a milder climate, will
t,s ,ores the stopped-up, inactive kidneys, CRAYSTONEIIPES
+ give a fair and honest deal for a Florida citrus worth "
'1.1:0.1.:..fc so they can filter all the poisons from '-.:.. grove equal. .
amount- or give time on differences due.
.t.-th.. ,blood and drive it on and out of any
,. the system. u nc nu ,
';.fi CroJlolle is the most wonderful IDEAL ' New and Moond-band aotoa- 80 Acre improved in Reno Co.. Ka., all in cultivation, and in 'er,

edidne eyer made for curing chronic blle for aaJa from $100 U crop one-third! to go-to owner of land value $40 per-acre, eDCum-- .. .'' '
: umatc.m, kidney troubles, and MadsorderSf : 11.000, at Qrarstone Oara i tiered $100, due in three 6
[ You will L __*._Ba ar._ .' _. years per cent interest leaving aD'equity 'Rst
find it different - -- -- -- -
". :. from all other;remedies. There I... .,. L D. WITH, ." of 2500. Want to deal for. a Florida truck'-f rni of equal) 'Th 'j' '

M.nothing,else on earth like it. It value. '
", natters not-how old you are, or how FERTILIZERSBest
;Stag yon have suffered, ti Is practically' 1 We alto excellent bearing grove of 20 acres worth $15.000.
: lalbl.'wtalte it into the human ........ ........0. Will pay better than 25 per cent on the investment from present crop.

!:ystem without results. You will find LEWIS'O'BRYAN Come ice u* for bargains'full particulars to interested parties r
MHef from the first few doses, and t
and Cheapest ' he surprised bow quickly all ATTORNEY AT CAWSPECIALIZING $ _.k. :
::' misery and suffering will end. ... r
_" >ackage- -ef Croxone Po r -

:;; ... but, a'' fie at any first-class : : \ IN I .
,":.:J: store.:.;'AH druggists are oluth r. A.3STRACT I' -
.sell it:on' a positive"money- I
",."eto tee. Three doses a day ROYE : :; SAND 0<, c". :;. ': l .
) k7a'_often all that is ,r' I .
. ....... ,*B-ere the worst back- . GARDENo .;.. : TITLE WORK.
; -
s 'I't.4pp.or..owereeffcei*"-wlnary- disorders. ...-4-,'."."' ,"' .P'IEL S>.TATI' BANK. eLDa.r. -::m .:: ...: :_ .
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G .., ,:.t: fIMYa &UGUST21UHd.''' ;* ,.f 't, 'THE, KISSIMMEfVALLBT. \:6A<'<;: -ZETTE '.*: .. .' .. >ACE"XSc : ::

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,'.,!;' "- )KISSIMMEE.VALLEY GAZETTE. "' MORE NEW BOOKS.The : II Chas, Penfleld, representative, of r ;'.1..' racket :'store*' In'opervtiorf "In' planned'six"odock'cirnn/ t''at her hone ,MR.:AND,MR3. WOODBECK,BOMB* **

I I) ., Winchester'Arms Co.; was in the ) He dl dnot decide definitely on, Vernon avenue. est. were ,
f Nit- 'Eyes!: ;of the World "Smoke Florid '
JLi ti ,
(T..pboDe Clam Jrl -.:and MrsJ J. D. Woodbeck .
u and have
'1' Bellew.fThe Valley of die Moon," yesterday and participated in the to opep a store in Kissimmee, but will Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mr.' .,

'. ; :.. :Published Every Friday;.Bi, "Once to 'Every Man" "The Flirt," weekly, shoot of the" .Kissimmee ,return later and look'the- ',.. town,over Mrs. Will Barber. .Mrs.' bred Bass. returned relatives,in from Michigan.a delightful Some Umo t with .' '',
i and Mr Earl was }
'.1. W. :B. HAIUUS "H .I Hour.- "The Snor'Web," "The ,Club more thoroughly. Lupfer.. .. in Chicago also
"' .' spent buying stock
'F.- B; Munsell; "of St.. Cloud; Hs C.'W.! Griffifa went to Tampa Saturday :
Laddie ,"Lorraine "Woman in the -
, ,, -. .. .LawaFet*. \ : for the new' millinery store which
the city today, having : and in obmpany-with hi. broth- ,
Alcove"Her. Sombre Rivals, "The Mrs.. Woodbeck and Mrs.' Nellie Bo.
The Junior Aid society of the Christian .
his little-grandson Robert er-in-law, C. A. Heidt, of Tampa, :
Traitor, "The Trail of the Lonesome hero will about the first
this ,,far on.his return home' Sunday in' Pass-a-Grill: ]Mr. church gave a"lawn fete Thursday open of.8ep->
) spent
: i I Pino, "Diana of the Gree rVan," Ap. tember.' a
Weathej evening for the benefit of their
.. 'Report'I' ," "Tb-Womap:Tholl Chicago. 5" ; Griffin returned ,to' Kissimmee, Monday Miss Dora Tracy, of Chicago trim.,
' .. , '' library at the horn of Mr., and Mrs.A. .
- .' Gayest Albert' returned' .i.-
SSSSSSSSSSiS :Met, rThe Woman's: .:-: taw," Parker; hora _ W. Wing on Orlando avenue. Games mer for the pew shop: accompanied s
'of these and many others Plant City Saturday after a visit Mr. 'andMrs.. Woodbeck ,.their y
Every one and music,were enjoyed on the lawn ; upon >;.
. f Following are; the daily temperatures :- we have in' our library are new and his brother Dr. eGorge ,,Parker, which was attractively lighted for the return, homerMARRIAGE'. . '-
"' ; and precipitation. interesting. and.can be loaned-at lOc Parker returned with' 'himand. ". occasion. Ice cream; cake and punch : t

i : reported by the{ Government for! each book;,with, the, privilege, of the week end.' I Society 1 were. _lei. ' LICENSE.r f *"]
keeping it a week. .Tampans In town this.week ; J., '
1 station at ,aimm.'tor theeeV ,
.. Judge =T. )I.- Murphy on. Thursday
R. B. J.; Qnintin '
Canning CloK:,
"At our library."oj. < Shakespeare
: endingjAng,20,1914: : Sheiner ; L., Urban, A M.' ,. . issued a marriage licence to James.-.
45 ;> )( COLE 4V UNLEY, JEWELERS. May,, M The Shakespeare"'club was"delight 4 .
Tomblin and Verna
SV"i ... '" Frank 'Ruth'HarrI.
den.T. L.' Towns, C. G.- andc1l > EatbreUery Circle.
Max.Min.Rain Johnson and '
C. F. afternoonat
fully entertained
Mrs. Tuesday
; .. The youngcoupl. are Kenans:
and H. C. Burns. Th Embroidery Circle,will' be entertained -
!: to home from the home N. C.'
a\! Friday, ___....:;_.. 94 72 Kentucky expected Sunday.return. .The Gatette"acknowiedjres ( Friday' afternoon b,. Mrs. Clyde' avenue of; The Mrs.; ladies Bryan. present on ville residents v s a si

\ ,: v Saturday ...,;...; '93 73 .FridaY and of a handsome cowrenir+ folder from 11'' C."Bryan, at 'bel"'home' on' Sumner were..Mn. J. W.-Prentts, Mrs.!, W;: L. '" ,
IL: W. ,B.mett. spent \ Ovef.v 'f
t Sunday,, .__;.-- 95 71 Saturday in Tampa last week. attending ,,8. ClcnAwho with' his, fa-uily' :, street. a .*. Winn Mrs. F, C.' Bryan,'' Mr 'Bolee : Mrs: Winn, Mra; Morrow Drawdy Mrs. "
been the in Miss street Mrs. Panlk Mrs. Mrs.
-summer and Delicious refreshments
.._ 94 69 1.40 Bay.
:' the celebration
1. ) -; ' mountains around Cripplo Creek: f Dinner Party.Mls. of marshmallow Langford, 'Mrs. Maxwell Mrs. Huff,
) ...._;. 98 76 Julian Monsdoca. of Whlttler,.'was .members' 1 ." Emma Yowell was hostess grape-cakes juice honey.' will- I. Misses Imo Morrow babel Over.
AU. Kissimmee served.
k : _.-._:91' 70 '. shaking hands with his.. Klsaimraee. I Club-are requested the to meet at the Thursday at a -dinner planned in hon- meet again were with' Mrs, Bryan'They' nest street,. Nina Brattoiu.. The out-of-;, a
; 6Mond.' 89 70 ,friends last Monday. fice of..D.- G.' Wagner in, the- or of Mrs.. T. L. Waring of Lakeland Tuesday., -> I town ,guests were ,..Mrs. Carter of'-7; s: I '
; --- ; Mrs.--' Dora Hort and family moved Bank building this "VeniRe'at who' J. the house guest of Mr." anJMrs. ft'Talctot i Tampa, and Mrs. Clark, of Oklahoma: 1 l

I't!'f '" .. " .. to St. Cloud Wednesday. where they for the purpose of electing< .. W".C. .. } Tea:, 1 < '

t, "t"I: i I 11111 11 111111, .JIM..III Iji will spend the winter. and completing the organization. LiMchcon.Mrs. : > The) Missionary Society'of the M.'E. bAi '
Friends--will be grieved to hear that H. M. Breaker is home again church was entertained Jut, Friday DR. J.-C.
Lamb ass hostess :
t Mrs. N. is seriously ill at. her a ..._ .. :
i Hicks; JB visit'- Clfattanoga//' Tenn., luncheon Thursday planned in honor of afternoon by Mrs.-H.-WV Bratton- at .
fIEU '
F\; TIII( LOCAL. home.- on Church street. neighboring points':. Capt. bas'r Mrs. Morgan Bass of Mulberry, Mrs. her home,on East Bats streets The 'the well known
,l Miss E. Muriel l' Pie tfl returned reports a delightful visit and says Carr and MI'II. afternon was spent informally: In social ,
y, x; Monday from Coronada where she has found many* people who were P illeyeFarewell .' conversation.; Much fancy work '

,,.; ifi u i I iiiniBrokavr - been.JJjIendine..month. .* ed in Florida and_ who want, I, Diaper.Iliri ... was in evidence as all guest. were requested Optometristhasretarned.iOfJjis :;_

.....:''t., ... , K.. LLKlsineer. of Buffalo, R Y., IB to this sectionlG. :- :..J. ''O7"Cla; / enttrlaIriid Wed to..brine.aome.IOJ1.BefN.hinc. : tMift ,
4z"Wr .H- with' Griffilng puneh was-served the ,Ja
the guest .hlllfriend and former .-AGilbert has rented his' nesday. evening with'a farewell din as guests -
f. :Brothers, the tree people. 40tf schoolmate, H. F. Unley. dence on Church street to the M. ner party for Mr. Clark who left this arrived Misses Mabel Overstreet I
Nina HOTEL <
-" L ulius. Smith, spent --Thursday : 'Randolph--Young-.-and-.-A. Draw.ofWhittl.rwerereqisteredatthe* (; ]b8 jused. as a parsonage ,I--weekfor a. month's-.visit, to northern ..and Bratton presiding at the PARK
.. jtlie "comingyearRev.;_S. W.- ; punch bowl, and tolJowinethe' social
'fSanfprd. The dinner Mr.
points.-: guests were, free aelT
hour ' will-test and r'
delicious refreshments of sher- ,eyes . -
** and family.will move in the first of : ;
Mondayin hotel Tuesday. and Mrs. Fred Bass
"' E. L. D. Overstreet spent. ; Manhattan MrsrWill Barber, bert and cakes were served from the glasses, for a few weeks. Headache
_,";of- month. Mr. Gilbert has;.,moved, and Mrs. Nellie Rehero. '
Barber of-
in Orlando. Miss Myrtle I ' .
? wither family 'to Ualnes City.J. e dining room., Those present were;I cured with glasses.. '
Mr. Dave Carson spent Wednes- Creek, is spending the week i I Mrs Roberson, Mrs" Phann, Mrs. Griffin i Guaranteed '
F. Walters returned last Sisters. Work and Prices Reasonable.
sister Mrs. R. 8. Floyd. Phythian .
''J day in Orlando. Mrs. Stanton, Mr*. Ferrell, 'Mrs. ; *'a
from Mansfield Ohio where'he
: : 666 will break case Mrs. S. L. Lupfer entertained the ,
6 or 6 doses any Clark, Mrs. Bronson ,Mr,_ Beaman M
the six weeks old __ .
Wednesday of Fever or Chills. Price. 25 cents. past visiting Pythian Sisters Wednesday afternoonat "'. I r
and relatives. Mr. Walters states
I" her home on Verona street. The
C. F. Outlaw. of. St. Cloud :wa,JnJi" I H.and C. Burns, of Tampa in the spent city Tuesday look- Jie.hada,most enjoyable trip.but occasion was the regular monthly i.i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i iii i t i i i i t i i i n i i i i i i i i i i i i i i iTo : ,.
( {: ;' the city Saturday.Mr. : Wednesday glad-to be back in Kisslmmee. I meeting of the circle and the ladies
and Mrs. H. E. Cole are spend ing after business interests. Walters is still in Mansfield and' brought their sewing and spent the I- /A1;
.: ing the week in Tampa. Mr*. J. C.. ..Pope'and daughter Miss join her husband here later in the time doing fancy Work.: Delicious I .' .

Col. F. A. Lincoln spent Wednesdayin Annie, of Miamiare the guests of Mr: C. A. Carson has.received refreshments were served.Bathing .
; in Orlando on business.! Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert. that Mr. and.Mrs. James Carson I e e AT All, Lovers of '
of reached New York in
A. E. Thomas made a business trip Miss Valery Hogan, Loughman safety. Party. OtlCe
"1, has been the guest at the home of J. have been visiting 'Europe for .
itt to Orlando Wednesday.J. Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs Fred Bass, Exquisite Millinery: '
few eral weeks and
for the
H. Outlaw past days. some was ,
W. Prentis transacted business in Mrs. Henry Aultman; Mrs. L. H. In-
to their able. to safe .
Oris Tillman, of Bartow, who hash as being get .
Rohero Mrs. Will
; Mrs. Nellie ,.
Narcoosee Wednesday. gram
,* -visiting Lee McLean for ten sage home after the declaration Barber and Misses Marie and Rose .- .......:.
'1 Henry T. Bass spent a few days days, returned home Wednesday. war throughout Europe. They O'Berry formed a merry party that the formal opening ,of the 44'
this week In Bassenger. 1 from Havre on the steamer
II: C. Stanford and family have returned motored over to St. Cloud last Friday
w Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. from Coronada where they 1 August 15th. afternoon and enjoyed an hours bathing -
''I Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf have been spending the month. I W. H. Swan of Bartow, was in East Lake. f

s C. D. Carroll of Narcoosee, spent Miss Hancock, who has' been visit- last Monday looking for a .
:' last Saturday in the city. ing Miss Neomia Starling, returnedto for a racket store. Mr. Swan Mrs. .Rohero Entertains.Mrs. -- BonTon ;
r Emil Graf, of St. Cloud, was in the her home in Orlando Saturday' brother-in-law of" Chas. i Nellie Rohero was hostess :
'. city on business this week. Thos. F. Baynes has resumed his Rouse of New York, and already Sunday evening of a charminglyStanford's .. ,

Miss Lenora Fortner is visiting her duties a* clerk at the Graystone aftera ,,1

grandmother at Eagle Lake. pleasant outing spent on the Gulf. "

L' G. Huppel, d Orlando. transacted coastMrs. 1 illinerParlors:
business in the city Tuesday. W. R. Yates and children of :' x

Mr. J. W. Thompson was menu the Winter Park, arrived in he city last ,
visitors in Orlando Wednesday. Monday. for a'few days" visit. with relatives I J I Stanford'sOur I .\"

Mrs. Will Mosely of Gotha, spent
Will Be Held On or About September 1
.Thursday in the city shopping. Paul's Auto for hire. Phone 48. 1.;,

( ;'>Mrs. 8. G. Barber, of Boggy Creek Little Miss Edith McLean, of Nar- Sy
."1\\_ pent Wednesday in Orlando. COO_, is spending several days in New Fall and Winter Line of
/ '
IrJll; Mr. George Bass is very seriously Kissimmee. the guest of Miss Lillian WE HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM CHICAGO AND, .
Dry ill .lda home Main street. Harris.H. '
ii": : at on -
1;;;, "Mr. and Mr*. Miller of Thurman G.-Selver reports the sale of the F'LORSHEIM.and HAVE BROUGHT. .. WITH US. A 'COMPLETE: LINE";pJrr'tjHE> :; ,
five miles east
', / Chas. McQuaig grove .
in the city.
-4:1ty, spent'Thursday \ of Orlando to northern parties for WINTER"HATS-AND'TRIM-n
a. :'- Messrs. Bull Bass, D. Qniaa and son r 10000. .. .* DOUGLAS, LATEST d STYLES IN FALL AND ..,,
"' . in Orlando.t .
z Cecil, spent Monday J. H. Walker Sr., and J. H. WalkerJr. .- MINGS. WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE 'A COSCEMENT
,t;r: Mr. A.* S.Gilbert and daughter ., came'up from Bassenger and : ; ..

1 Grace, spent.Tuesday in Tampa. spent a 'da) or so attending, to .business AND: THEN BEREADy' TO! 'COME..AND:SEE'THEiKEWEST i : ",
Ji Jj W. from 'Or
W. Bonney. was over matters. I \ ,
g ; :'ange, Center for, ,this week. County Commissioner Ackee-Bass, .i.SHOES E-EI t.AND-MOST; ;:;" pTO: >ATE.1bEAS; INf MHUNERY,' -

Paul's"Auto. for" hire. Phone 48., of St. Cloud.spent a couple.of days '.. .. -.

i" Mrs. W. 1. Dale."of Miami 'is visiting in, Kissimmee attending to: ,business : ". .. "., .
.' Elizabeth this:week. "
her mother J4 Dale.Mrs' ... '. i '
\f" Benjamin: of SU: Cloud, Mrs.. r'. 1.. Waring' and daughter, ifMCSDAMES
Tuesday in the city shopping. Miss Annie Laurie and SOD, of Lakeland <> . : i, > -L .; Jtt' :*< :; :; : ;
spent :
,"" , the guests of Mr. and ..Mrs.C .. '' now bere:. They the right"Shoes; for'Men who'ar par. WillsonBuilding. .
care .
Mrs. G. G. DeGrotty, of St. Cloud *
.. < C, ; >aW' - --" ticular about dress. They possess the three cardinal_virtues that all"'
.. spent Tuesday the city shopping. well made Shoea should have-quality-style and comfort. : 1'
1TMr. ;K.-McCabe,.representing the'Du- -.' -. -, ease - - -. Come. ;
; ,
: Josh FerguionLof'St- .ndthem.: ,
.Pont Powder was in the city
-company .
in the dty bustoest. .
spent Tuesday on .;
this week in conference with the gun
THE FLORSHEIM_The Shoe with the name woven "
'Fred Hill of Narcoosee, motoredover
the city Sunday and spent the club'members. in the strap and your guarantee of absolute satis- $5 0'0
... '<< We regret to learn that Mr. Geo. faction _...... e 11 IIIMI in i n n in i inn 11111111111111111111 m 11
day. W. Bass, one of KissimmeeVi pioneer
,..fIHr. and Mrs. J. E. Mnllenix are seriously -i citizens, is quite seriously ill at his DOUGLAS SHOE.-A shoe that is known from
; ),! ?,.' .111 at their home 'on Park home on Main street coast to coast for its style and durable Quality. $-3 50
\ street $4.6.0, and __ _ ._ OPEN '
*,\ Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. -- -- ---- --- ------- ----- - DAYN1QHT
_ Miss 'Edna Bass is spending the Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf ,
/week with Miss Myrtle Barber at Bog-
. Leonard Williams, of Loughman,
z 1 Creek. -
sTX was in the city Tuesday on business
;. :t: O. C. McLean and little son, of Mc"I".Lean connected with his office as deputy H. CSTANFORDCO. d

; &: Carroll's still spent Thursday sheriff of Polk county. .. '
,f in the city. ;< /
I', Mrs. Andrew Johnson has been vis ii
;,' .>' Jos.- A. Santiago visited his familyat friends in Jacksonville the past [J @
-- ,
Green Cove Sunday tree -
"" and before returning will go to
.t : ,and Monday. Lake City for a visit. '
4'' I 6 or 6 doses <666< will break any case Miss Lucile Pike, who has been the -/ : '

'of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 ', ",;-J; "B.;Elliott, of Lakeland, was a TSfeently the Manhattan hotel, ha returned to ';: ;
a Visitor in the city on business her home at Eagle Lake. __

? for a-day. Misses Eleanor and Celeste Moseley, ; l'

: R. E. McLaughlin, of Olney, is who for the past several days have I .
looking after business matters in been the guests of Miss Irene Announcement 'Ik4t.:

,: >,',Klssimm; today. returned home Monday. HiIll.rd'l rir ;

i.; ,,. J. L. Saxon and W. D. Scott, of Orlando Friends of James Hilliard will be
.r -: reIPativu week end in the city pleased to learn that he is Improving _
rwith, from an attack of acute indigestion
'Miss -Jean .Caldwell has resumed which occurred Wednesday.

her .work at the Katz store after a Miss Rose Tress who visited her On or about'September lit I will open in Kossimniee a
j, pleasant vacation. mother in the city last week, has returned Save. Money!JI'
branch of the well known and fashionable "LaMode" of .
,:;x Mr. and Mrs T. S. Ledbetter and to Jacksonville accompaniedby ,
two:children, who have been the her sister Min Francis. Lakel| nd. This hop will be a woman's store exclusively, trq ,r ,

.guests of Mr.and Mrs. J. C. Ledbet- Mr. and Mr*. A. E. Drought have specializing in millinery and ready to wear-and will solicit Buy Your. i ;
ter returned to their home in Menden returned to their home at St. Cloud < 4
..Hl1, Miss. from a two weeks outing spent at your patronage on the basis of '
Long Beach near Sarasota. Tires of Us !

W Ivan ;!aburjj wTo has been in- Nevada _

\7, ": ''CALOMEL MAY icr; come tune, has icturneJ to >. Stgfc! ((Qiralitg! gtxmntng> Sferxte \: t '
the city and expects to cultivate his >'118'garsgS carries a largo stock y' y 1

place in the Pinedaleaddition. -- of" tires-the kind, that- -really- 4-" f. __-- - -- c.
t !' ; ; HUB YOUR LIVEREvery E. L. D. Overstreet. one of the lead- All the latest New York and Paris style*-all the 0 wear 'longest and are cheapest kj, '
tng farmers and stock of the '
.. growers
., You won't be bothered with tin'tI'oII15l t4
creations of the best tiimmers' 'V '
II!." Shingle Creek section, is looking after designers and wiJl be displayed ; { ,
, "'. if benefit by a
A ".. on long runs yon
':: time you take this powerful business in Kissimmee today. at the "LaMode" ear experience In Urea. ''
,r.. j''drug you are in. danger. Take Dod- Mrs. Genn Buzza and the-baby re
", turned from Drop a postal for our circulars .k
'-son's Liver-Tone instead. Calomel is 1)ome Wednesday Georgia
>-made from mercury, and while mcrtacuryihas -- where they have been visiting Mrs.. The new LaMode will be located in the building at the Better still, talk tires with us io-por. /
II Bnzza's sister for several weeks. on right off. We'll pat yon wise -
'many'valuable use, it is a comer of Broadway and Darlington avenues, formerly oecupied r
, r p i. |, dangerous; thing to .wallow. If calo- .Mis Nettle Yowell is visiting .
by .ann'agroceqttols.' .JtwilLb _entir ly.temodcled ._
", mel-Btays-in-the sysUm very long it friends in Ualnes City-thia;' weok..Sha :
'salivates,,,Even when it works naturally .willJoin a camping party and go 'to and I will,try to make.the-new:hop 'one of. the mot
..... , its aftereffeeteofteo bad. Dundee for.'s two .weeks outing.' "
t ... .."' """ J.: Z.-Bobel'lOn"wfl1-.n 'you Dod- Mr. and Mrs H.E. Bryan-of Jacksonville .pleasant onfllincry ,.ii res-you,-ever. viiitod. Watch this We make a specialty ofselling f; reliable

;1'a' 8on', Liver Tothe!pine; '" ," arrived in the city Monday. .. ,paper}for.uture.snnouneemx ts,. ..._ < ; ;
: f .
"' guaranteed of calo- They:were -called ,to-the-bedsideof __ J.. .... ',
'fl ..mole 'Liver Tone stimulates the:liver their grandmother M: J..Hicks. tires.., All .-a>ius.. Best 'gfaa s.j,_ 'Lowest; list / "

;N ;, Juri"enough'to start it working,"and ;\,8.,1, Story M. D.TIndall and Jas -If-* *-1.'s>x': ,! .... ,
,>f'r"! y 'f y, doa'not make)yon .Ickel'than ever- Little, prominent fruit growers) of the t.fi1 ,: l1rm'rt prices. :We can convince( .: ; : r'I"

' calomel often does. Ton feel good Narcoosee 'section;i::were transacting ,.,; >I;!. . b .., .... -: : you 'Ii \ n.. r .'.." ",," ,
', ,'c'4t #- after taking DodsonV and it wont; business in KUsimmee. :last Saturday ',1-"'''- .' ' _.1''" ,-- "-1.,. _.,." ":"",,',1.,:,"...";:-- , ,-, '*" % - < ; ". "MM' ,, I .
w t i,-:force:you to. atop eating'!working' ." Among'those enjoying tho< after",taking: lt.r It V as benefl- '-'< ::. '. ,. .. ",. .. ,. : .";' "
;\ .. in 'Tampa Friday. weror.W.'A.Joiner :: :r: ,. ,".', -io... . ". -."" '. ,
: }icial for childrens'as'foradnltL- .r f ,'Pan! MeKee,Joe Thomas,'Will ,.."' .., .',.to ',- ,..
;" : 'I:, 1' Tryim 'large; bottte'for; fiftyvcentser Rodgers N.'D. Parsons, George Tent ,- ,M, ; .....1.: ; MAOHGAKACE., ROS. .
-'f: :Vmd the-guarantee-that.youi. men letoDj'' L.onn1.-Grant7Lonnte. Baas, *'. .- "' ..... .J.

.. : givro back;, cl,serfullyIfp0 Garnet Combs, ,Robert Campbell; Everett . :_ .a(; . : ; "" -- -. 'f'l:
..---'J"\'r: ".,'. we., a dY Cornell. and D..P,,.Whitten.'' ; rv',7': . : "" :.11jh: ."
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.PA'CE'' 1. r 'THE KISS1MHEE _''VA"tLE'TGAZETTE lor- 1.1 -.,_.. _.FRH i >AT. .AUGUST' !21.1H4.r .

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'The, : Kissimmee Valley Gazette : 'What '':They AreSaying 'i '

The Traffic Will
All Sear
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,, Vall eyrGazette',
,., .'a. HARRIS .- -, .. '. ;,. ",.. ;,.- .. ... Other, '
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DBSCRtPTION RATES: : one>e I Continued': f romx First ColomnL, \
!>- T, opy, six montbl...' ..On.reopy.tree, One 'oop,.. three mooth__.-_. .. from'tie masses; of people; and If this ; ".

I : were not true we would live in a world
.- .All eommnnleatlons, except' from our. authorized. I correspondents; must. b. werldnr backward in which very''' .-
.. .
writer. '
IW.cI.d matter will not be return.d'bnl.ra catted for. sane and healthy progressive function .
,T. r. ...r. .. I of the social state was dead or hope' '
Ootered at'the Postoffloe In Klsiilmmee, Florida: second-class matter.) lessly diseased. The 'editorial pace ,
that is not worth while is Just like'J
everything : else1. that*is not worth ", r
1914."Florida's .
FRIDAY AUGUST v r rsV while- it is not worth while and that's'. I"
.. -. -' =-.=' -- aU there I. to say about It 'Hence the 1'

..... sound and eternal truth of our, open.
Newspaper"We Inc proposition that the:value of the' Y'
: editorial pUDch'aU depends upon the,
man-behind the punch."Z.:: .
want to congratulate the Jacksonville Metropolis upon the splendid And there is more good, honest-
16. sound and effective editorial punching
Sunday Edition is published on August eiou
It was without doubt the best all around newspaper published south of NuTS going on all over, the civilised world j

r; I Washington and east of New Orleans. It was breezy, snappy and entertain- right much now of it than is lost ever motion before,,and and blows while 7

n 'ing.- 1t was splendidly illustrated with beautiful half tones and contained AIaLAw that never land the) same Is true of
enough human interest matter to hold the attention of every member oT the v prize-fighting, baseball and ,all other

;family from- little.Willie, to Grandfather. It was the kind of QUALITY newspaper forms of human controversy,_but the-
? that makes every membet of the staff from the copy boy to the publisher results achieved more than compensate '
for the that is wasted ,
energy or
feel, proud of the fact that he played a useful part in its production. __ misdirected.-Pensacola'Nevus ,
If the Metropolis can hold lo the highstandard set for. itself in this par- .,rat. t'
- "" tic 1ari.i .if-will justly be entitled to its'Aim*of being Florida"s Greatest r THE GAZETTE IS ON THE WA :

Newspaper". It gives -us pleasure to congratulate every-member of the 'staff '( twti __ The State doesn't--get. the KtasIiL( ,. '
their co-operative effort which resulted in the piod ctionof.uch a 100 I o hl r mee, Bartow, DeLand and Orlando exchanges - "
upon II r which happen to be about the

1per. cent. : perfect publication. best papers In the most prosperous; .
\ towns of Florid Jacksonville Stats,

Why Not Tag Florida Bachelors? DOING OUR BEST.

Gordon< Nye Is doing fine editorial_
A great many State legislatures have given consideration to bills taxing and cartoon wprk for the Kissimmee
bachelors and many convincing arguments have been presented why men who Valley Gazette. His productions are

escape matrimony should pay a penalty, but why not tag a more pain- The First Corner in the Food Supply. being widely noticed and copied.-Orlando .', '

1-....... _w.J .ff w<_wrfv_...._ method of_. extermination__:___._.n ? If the bachelors were tagged! the Reporter-Star. ,,
widows could easily find them and Cupid would do the.; rest. The bachelor is MUCH OBLIGED
. "How much longer do we eat) Along comes the coffin trust and squeaks its merry .
.,.; naturally timid, but under the encouraging influences of a merry widow he That was the cheerful question asked by a writer in "ditto." and is charging rich and poor "ALL THAT THE The editorial Gate of the .Kls-'
can easily be led to the altar, for there i. no more helpless craft afloat than a last week's issue of the Gazette. TRAFFIC WILL BEAR." simmee Valley is doing some,

+!- jovesick swain who ha panted the age of discretion, and the little imp that play Now to tell the truth, the question doesn't worry us And so with the meat trust, the clothing trust, and lum- classy work.lack "punch"He says and modem then proceeds editorials - '

1 + "s ping-pong with human hearts hat no more capable ally than a woman. who in the least. You see we took to grass some time ago and ber trust and harvester trust, and all trusts that controlthe to showby his own productions -

loves at second sight, for experience makes Cupid subtle and bold. are doing fairly well"on the diet. But if you feel like blaming living of the people. They are all playing the grand that some of them don" ",-.

,The women have tag days to promote most every other public enterprise the war for the sudden skyward.soar of food prices, old game "ALL THAT THE TRAFFIC: WILL BEAR. ,Tampa Morning Tribune. ,r ,.,

S h' and why not a tag day for bachelors> We have in Florida approximately thirty go; ahead-help yourself. We should worry. And this glorious game of gouging the "dear peepul" BELIEVE' IN ADVERTISING ;
thousand bachelors and an equal number of widows. Why not get them However there is know and it is that in will the of the .
one thing we go on just as long as majority people are Some of our state papers are send.
together and solve two vexatious problems with one marriage license? his day and ,time the prices of foodstuffs are never dependent satisfied to payU Au.. THAT THE TRAFFIC WILL ing out their publications under r

in the least, oft\'the COST OF PRODUCTION, nor BEAR," or go without. printed wrappers that are not only- .
0 neat, but appropriate. The Kissimmee -
Close Reasoning on the SCARCITY OF THE ARTICLE.The
has ,
Valley Gazette a printed
, price ia i always "AS HIGH AS THE TRAFFIC With this editorial we also print a little cartoon. It is wrapper "Here is Your Kissimmee ',,
,. God help trie\ poor! At St. Petersburg food stuffs have risen 20 to WILL BEAR." an interesting and instructive picture. We want you to Valley Gazette. while Bob ,Holly ..
'7 60 per Dent and the Georgia Engineering Co., and other concerns doing The railroads are "educating" the people throughthe study it. It is worth pages of ordinary editorials. It rolls his excellent aer up in a
big. contract work there have served notice on laborers that their wages 'bearing this i .
, to higher freight ratei. It is easier to make shows at work clearly that he wrapper inscription
Y would be reduced from $1.60 to $1.25 a day.-Clearwater Sun. press our crazy system so even "This wrapper contain. Hours:, ". '
There is an immense wheat crop, so the price of flour will be unusually the people pay higher freight than higher passenger rates. who runs may learn. I Herald, from Sanford, Florida.-: .' "f,
; The collection is made less directly and the public is less WE PRODUCE EVERYTHING WE EAT. WEAR Zolfo Springs Truth.

"' ,! w high.The other cereals- have each passed the expected mark, therefore, you. sensitive to this robbing process. AND USE IN THESE UNITED STATES AND THEN WE BIG JOB-FOR EDITOR', ,,, :.
; will have to more for them. The railroads originally hung upon the wall the TURN THE FINISHED PRODUCTS OVER TO A ,
pay In a Utter to the editor of the Kis
At grazing was most excellent, all meats, lamb, oprk simmee Gazette Arthur Brisbane,; ...
...... far more costly than a year ago. BEAR." ElL THE SAME PRODUCTS BACK TO US AT 300 I Hearst's high-priced New York editofc- e-
, "a: Never before was there such a crop of prunes, but the few that come on The milk trust in the larger( cities is making another PER CENT PROFIT. ITS A GREAT SYSTEM, ALL, says that the really important worV / .

.'the market will fetch a price beyond anything ever seen. move Two years ago it raised the milk from seven to RIGHT! GREAT FOR THE SPECULATORS JUST of the individual editor" is "to make ,'il..

Rice is plentiful, but it will take much money to buy a pound. eight cents a quart now it is ten and going up. The Lord THINK WHAT WOULD BECOME OF THESE POOR I other useful people mission Jife That and also is a a highly very

The sugar crop was immense this year, and tearfully the Sugar Trust has may know where it will stop. We do not. SPECULATORS IF WE DIDNT ALLOW THEM TO arduous one, and if Mr. Editor. lives)'
,'. been forced to double the price and increase its dividends. The milk trust is making the price 'ALL }IAT THE PRACTICE TIlEIRUSEFUL." PROFESSION AT OUR up to it it will make.him a mlghtr-.

_. ,Wherever you turn, either in foods, in clothing or, housings, it Is the same TRAFFIC WILL BEAR EXPENSE. busy little man- -Lakeland N...... '

old 'story. YOU'VE GOT TO PAY MOREK"

But there it compensation. So cheer up I There is always a silver. lining only madmen can-- appreciate. You .,
%. it is to with
see possible sympathize, ,
t r j,, rto every cloud. The working man ,is'it "BUSTING" : the difficulties of a scholar trying to., 4'j '
Because prices are higher; because every article costs much more, men THE TRUSTS decipher the hieroglyphics of some,, ., :
will have be lowered. It's the only ancient. but when statesmen .... Y"
will have lo be laid off andyages to way people, ,::
: .
', ." ""," : : ''i: cant read the written
MEET they've
to meet this emergency;RECEIVE Force those A who LITTLE DO NOT LESS GET TO ENOUGH MEET INCREASED TO .. ... .. ''t'j.!',." ._ ,..\, .Ys', ,, ... i.. ,/, < \'::1"111:;" ,.',', "\\t.t" ,,, themselves, it begs to look as if'
,' f RESENT.PRICES .t ". S But Repetition of the of the'Weann and Spinners of England'Against' some Imp had 'been playing 'pranks., d
RILES / J< ?-' I'i'., .* ,,U' ;+ a i Cry << .the, The men who rule this) country today .?'

.#: THAT >ISWHAT'.IS.HAPPENING. t9 4.1 rr M.'+''Jj"'f,,:' .:;'\"; ',""".:., ''Intioductioapf'Maehiner;; : . ..':l.TL-h.Threatened. To:Duplice. {.Them._ . ,,' ,4. ""It'rl '*;'.,.: were ,all alive, and presumably sane, .., .;
..- -, ...... ... when the Sherman Act: .was- passed. .I
They all say ,In public that a.,.
) What Is Money Anyhow ? ... great piece of. legislation? l\' ,"exquisite
GORDON 'NYE Instrument, -some pne called it \\it!
: By the other day The highest paid .1" '* t
i The Times-Union and other papers of the state who are wondering -
,- why the German does not finance his war with paper money, gal intelligence has concentrated on ;
, jr might take notice emperor of an expression in a private note from Berlin, which NOTE.-ThU artlrlc le t.., writer". la.lTl.... ..!.!.. ... fur. ..t, a-....ruy: rvSleet the "HT. .t. thU pay**.. the act The Supreme Court has Interpreted -' ,\
.says; "Paper money is everywhere refused and goods can be purchased. it many times ending with

only If gold or silver Is tendered." There is no power o nearth that canompel Zingo! Another trust is to txe dissolved. er and greater in spite of legislative enactments and ju- the had enormous something assumption to do with that the reason'law..
4> any man to'part with his goods, in trade, unless he receives The The United States Court has held that the International dicial decrees, in obedience to the inexorable logic of industrial The Court denouncedfor 's
equivalent which he desires, and flat money goes only so far as the people Harvester Trust is a monopoly, operating in restraint evolution.The I that Supreme the reformers was said that if.:' ,
y have confidence in the one who issues .-Miami Herald. of interstate and foreign trade-therefore it is owners of the trusts, in many Instances former there was; any reason in the Jaw, the .

y again, dear Herald. Being nothing more than a medium of ex- bj"t>5 split in 9-29,99 or perhaps 99,999 pieces. competitors and bitter rivals, and not infrequently personal devil himself got hold of it. ., '., .." v i
JJVropg The majority opinion of the court ,held that the International enemies, are now in partnership with each other, What Would Happpen.Uncertainty I ; \ .
jehang; money need never have intrinsic value. All that it needs is the legal Harvester Company was organized in violation co-operating with each other instead of competing against hasn't prevented mass,'' ..',
s' ,tender quality. By legal tender is .meant that lawful offer to pay which the of the Sherman law'and that the original corporation each other not because their competitive relationship inspired of indictments injunctions law suits. ., :
creditor must accept. If he refuses to accept a lawful offer to par, his debt formed of five concerns violated the first section them to fly into each other's arms, but because It bas anything, invited them. But.. "' .
.dead.. \ of the Sherman act by' restraining competition they were driven'to do so as the only alternative to bank- of course, you can't enforce the criminal I
which the law says is "legal tender" is that which the among themselves.The ruptcy and ruin. law against every "unfair" .business ."'-
,:Thus the ,
honorable.court says to the Harvester Company: Competition Destructive. practice._ Just try to imagine 1.
creditors must accept. No matter how much may be written on the subject You must compete.1 The Trnst-Tepliesr ""But'there is Time was when competition Industry was constructive the standing army of inspectors, de-J ,o
al- hit is airtht money ?i-i lawful. offer to pay con.titutina"the legal' medium nothing left to compete with.'" SO TriE OBLIGING in its effect upon those engaged in it; now it is tectives, prosecutors, and judges, the. ,.
:, : .S. of exclmge. COURT ORDERS THE TRUST TO COMPETE WITH destructive, and every wise capitalist knows it and seeks city' of courthouses and jajls, thE <
r : financiers and their interested allies, (who control ITSELF. .. escape from competition in the shelter and security of enormous costs, and the unremitting II
.ttl' i i. the scheming .
-It only
'h, Now that is what might be called "some decjsionl"! combination and cooperation.To I zeal-if you cannot see the folly at ,:
's ;" the gold) who contend that in choosing the standard! $of measure for exchange Sometimes, I wonder if the time is never going to deal intelligently with the trust we must know, ., least see the Impossibility[ .they"*; .. I I
: ,r values the measure should be equal in intrinsic value to the thing which it. ome when people and courts will understand that the first of all, that the trust is simply the twentieth century method To work with it: serloufly4i ;,
..measures. trust is the logical result of industrial evolution. v tool of production, distribution, and exchange, and from would not only bring business to a *. "$
require that the dollar shall be worth a gold dollar, else it is not No student of economics and no intelligent observer an intelligent point of view there is but one question in I standstill; it would drain the energy 1<
;' They" be worth five dollars in of events believes the trust can be forced back into its reference to the trust that confronts the people, and that of America more thoroughly than the ',1
v "honest. When'a five dollar bill is required to itself constituent and competing elements to satisfy the cry is, Shall the trusts be, privately owned by a relative few! bitterest foreign war. Visualize life,' '
; gold;those who control l the gold, can master the situation. If a five dollar bill of a defeated and doomed middle class. Only the academic and operated for their fabulous enrichment, or_shall it be i if you can, when the governmentsat,, "
were-required to be "redeemed" when demanded in five dolla .' worth of cot- charlatan and political demagogue, seeking to owned by the people in thetr collective, organized, and Washingon and forty-eight state gov. ?
tor:those who controlled the cotton: would rule the land. If every dollar of the 'promote their own selfish ends, yieds to the clamor of the enlightened capacity and operated for the benefit of all? ernmentf really undertooknot jmr t{
required to be redeemed in wheat, those who control mall interests that the trusts be "smashed" and that Every conceivable attempt will be made to control'' present desultory pecking, but a systematic .
.money -circulation were we return to the good old days of cut throat competition.The and regulate the trusts and all will prove futile in the enforcement of the, criminal
the, wheat would be.'masters of the situation. honorable court, in trying to force >}be trust to end; and yet all these are necessary to open the eyes of law The newspapers would enjoy it
S" Do'you see It; dear Herald) compete with itself is blocking and making impossible the people to what the trust actually is, and to teach for a week and everybody would be, .'
.If the German government gets to a place where it cannot borrow gold it any deliberate and constructive use of our national resources them how to deal with it intelligently so as to convert it excited; in two weeks would be a'
issue f mODey'aDd will pass a law to the effect that the paper ; it'is trying to'preserve commercialism as the undisputed -' from a menace into a blessing to society. i bore; in six, there would be such a 'I
h''m11 U "
own paper little tradesman will be only master of our lives; it is trying to lay a premIum The trust l is monumental of the fact that competitionhas revolt that every one, radical and con "
must be accepted by all as legal tender., your on wastefulness and on the strategy of industrialwar run its course jn our industrial. life, and that. cooperation servattve, would be ready to,wreck the .
; '1. too glad l 'to .f'cep.t!it a. the: leg lit l medium 'it out of business.> neuMalism is really a generous hlahmlndelort'/ Of old perefectly organized society higher social order, and a, gerreral. For these practioes ..> ;
or >
go .
in the
ladles parlor game. S more advanced civilization. are,so deep texure,
MY Trying to Stop Progress.This Everything about a trust has been socially produced, lives;i they affect so many, Of2i"__... ;
decision is in reality but a repetition of the cry amQMrerything about it is socially used, and the characterof suits are so intimate that "t '
Are Saying 'About The of> the weavers and spinners of England against the Introduction the trust marks it for social ownership. like a "surgical" cutting at evil would .' .
What They of the machinery which threatened to ",dis-_ We cannot !go backward if we would; t we are pushed come close to killing the. patient.. '
Gazette place them. It Is the protest of.the stage coach against i r "onward by. the forces that move society even in spite o{/ If the anti-trust people really" .....
4 l J ., Valley I the l locomotive and of the pony express against the railroad ourselves. grasped the full meaning of"what they
Vt'' '.. and telegraph. As the trusts grow more. and more powerful and the said, and if they really had the power'
,' ;1"' What Is a trust! Not a combination of capitalists, puny attempts to shackle them become more and more or the courage to -do- what.they, propose. --
(f ayERBARE I PUNCHES all the avocations of life. So far from as so many seem to imagine, for the. capitalists_are,only futile, the only alternative left will be 'to socialize them, they would be engaged in on. of,
," , . '" AND PUNCHES being in its decadence, the worthwhile Incidental to the trust, as The owner of a mill is incidental have them owned by the people, and then and not until the moat destructive, agitations that!
,: 1-_ editorial page ia read now by a to the mill. If all the capitalists who own the trusts, then can ,they be successfully controlled and. regulatedby America has known.' They would be
: Kfadmmee Gazette wants tol larger number of ,educated, thinking were to disappear from the face of tie) trusts the Government .i breaking up the beginning a (Collective -.
;H i-:, r too 'Tbe' : people and exerts a stronger influence In all- their inherent. power and potentiality would stiltbe And to show that\this ..rdea is gradually dawning upon organization, thwarting the f ,
:' bOW'U.tM col helping to form public opinion and possibility of co-operation; 'and insisting *-
. and a in here. the.minds ,of the thinking people it is only necessary to .
l "ita "p.un :b. columns wide. that t It direct and cryatalise ,sentiment than The railroads, for instance find not the' Individuals I re-publish the following article which .appeared .in ..theAugu.t upon ubmitting-:; iridu try ,to" '
, '., mneaer two the man be- at any.. time. In the history;of;.journal, ... . who happen to own them constitute"the railroad trust.The"stool number of the Metropolitan Magazine: the wa.tetultbe planless scramble'ef .'
', f has: It all depends upon j ''s mills I and their accessories and equipment of- ,- ; Treating Trusts as Crimea, little: profiteers..,, v:;;.:. >
.;7 t.1aInd,'' ,the'puncb, &DeI.that was Just a. And; ,Ia the,, .er7l( iiun'of\thlnrra' machinery tor.the production' teel,"and not the atockholders -' 'It has been said that no trust'could have'been 'created FEELDROWST .
." '_ .14tue: Ja'tbose'old.much'lauded'andtianeh. and, this must be' "so',' for'none 1) lives ,-constituteaUjhat'Ittgltal'and'essential; > ;to the, 'without breakingthe law...' 'Neither'could astronomy'lthe WHTO.. ) -, ;YO ; .
lamented' days of 'Greely', I' : himself, ,and Until natural law I. Steel. Trust, ? ; time of Galileo' It you build up foolish laws and in-' 'Drowsiness during a person ,-j 8:
.k ;Bennett,fifty years; ago as It is pow., :'raed' the 'superior. wind express .: The owners of the'rallro.dtruetbe'It'notedhave'nothing ; : slat that invention;Is ,crime, well.;';then it is a. crime- has slept.well. th.da'tit.;: .
':-.. 'TM"0571:the LafeiiHtd. 'Telegram.'and''Will leg itself in cold type or oratory or to do.with, making maintaining or, operating That. _undeniably true, ,but .not:TeryintereetinjrQ& may,be caused by indigestion.. Often I= '
The,!'..... v et been ., < I architecture or invention mechanics the railroads, any more.than the rOWlier. of the Steel course you:cant possibly,,;treat .the trusts as crimes., this is remedied by drinking something- L'
....r.,_' x superior ability j or commerce, or agriculture is goIng Trust have to do with the building of mills or the making -.- First of alL nobody knows what th..tnnt-l laws .mean.. hot like, cocoa or 'coff.- ..The, brain' -
"'. f'felt just"br-p,this'j to take its, just toil of Influence of machinery or the production of steel.: : :The spectacle of'an enlightened people trying In, vain for needs a mild stimulant Lassitude of*
= IU superiority, and The trust,' therefore does''not consist of: combination fivit.' find the .9
( a twenty; out meaning of a 'statute. the body U not always art.indication_ ,..
in allthe, .rla> n.'Ct-DJ'IAJ"i r-. Continued a 'in-:'Sixth, 'Column\ .; of capitalists. but of great_. .Industries'growing grates. that it'has.enacted.: -that U* :one of f those episodes that :of illness. or' luIa..... :J-\-: ?

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of InFlorida .. Cli-evlt Cert State .1 ...._.. Sevl -. 11.;E. .
Occupations People ."" I ...... ...
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r 1 V. B. t.AN at Gainesville. .. Painting and +.
City: of ) Fap&Ilaagij.
I . Addis.seel5ef ndantaastlt,
: Florida ,Augnat .., llli .Wellford Yw..?
; Number'Employed NOTICE is hereby ."'.D that William 14 appearing; by affidavit appended to "INTERIOR_ :WORK A SPECIALTY
: Louajhroan. Florida who. \1>. bill filed In the above-stated cause .
February 13 110. mad. Homestead that Wellford Addis, the ""..nda..ttb..I. Moiir' Worietfal Stooueb Remedy 21 Habbetta Street. .
.*, Entry!: Serial No. UU, for BW<4 of named t* a no-resident -of- th..t. .
''Washlllgton"Aee to theport Re 'Lawyers, jvdtTes and justices "9 ll NWM, and NWH of 8WU Section 17. .... of Florida."and I* a resident of Is SeKttssfMfy Takm la Cmi 29U'Y:;1
; LobomotlVe *. gingers rT-r-lr-j: :.. 4.13 anoVB4* f NBU.; S.etlon'lB. Townshrp the city: of Washington .Districtof .f Stom di liver and ((11te$1Ial .
Occupations recently issued 3. South Range S3 East. .
on Looomotlv* firemen ._..?..<.. ..* :.6U .intention Columbia. overth, age of twen l
by Director William J. Harris,.of the Linrshoreracn .nd'Mvdore* .:; '1.V03 M.rldlanha. filed notice of ty-one years; It Is thereforordered Mmeat3 :'
Lumbermen, raftsmxn. and woodchopper to make Flvo-year Proof to establish that said non-resident defendant be C. F THRASHER
Bureau of Census, Department .of -_.,._...._-...-.- .-,,.i 1.01 I claim to the land above described.-- and 1* hereby required to appear to And ana 00_ HQ Oft.n Dlapenad if'
there were 322,087 Machlnleta for*'Clerk of the Circuit Court.-at'KJa..Im. bill filed In said
Commerce, ) : persons aad millwrights _.-. 1.4TJ the voxunplatnt oauaeon . Tara of Yt7thlna
t 10 years of age and over in Florida Managers 'and sdperintendents'manufacturing '\, ..... Florida_ ;' en. tb. 31nd' day. of -or before, Mondaythe- Tth day- ofSeptember.A.t '? SIIEET"METAL'.WORKER
___. .., Sentember.1I11.Plelmaii > 114 otherwise the allegations -
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in .1910 engaged in "gainful'occupation : Manufacturer and;) -offlolale'->-a-y._,>. 1.611 I '"nam,.. a* Witnesses( ? N, S of hibill, will" b., taken' as "' Steel) Ceilings a Specialty.Fhon .

r t The gainful: workers; thus Orchard and nursery laborer..r.1713{ Tolar. of Loncbman. Florida;. OarrvSulllvanofLoukThman confessed by said defendant. .L'IAl'1i .
formed 42.8 per cent ofthe totalpopt Painter. *. qlaalers. and varnishr " .. Florida' ) -J- BLAVhldden It Is further ordered that this order ) l4>.R.: Keslminee.1) +77a.DR' rt
4 '. building-) ;: 1.411' of Loushman, Florida: Rt H. b* published once a' four con .
ulation of the..*tate .((752,619)-and) '57 Pho. hate minsoperatlv.y.. S.91SPhysicians DL'Ington, ,.of,.Louirhman. Florida. *' secutive-weeks. In the Klsalmme*-VaU: Wonderfultomackey f

per cent of the population! 10 year of and surgeons .,.--._ 1.0H 84-Bt' HENRY. 'U. CHUBB.... le,..Oaselte. a w.papar'.publloll.4' .' In .. ""
and ever (564,722)In) the Porters (except In stores) -'....... TIT Ree Btar.* .aid County'\ J* :W. SIMPSON, "
age This July 30th. 1114. : til :
fa .201r670; gainful workers of the state Retail, dealers agents/and.-.;_-,._,._.__ '..4. ItOTlCb: ..TO'.CREonorss' :,: J't.l .*- ' J. L.; OVBRStRBBT.. t 'DENTIST

formed 38.1 per cent of the'total, pop Salesmen/stores) i__ 8.SJT .f M r..aty.lege: .fate erf Circuit. Court. : : "
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ulation..nd.62.3: of per'age cent and of over.thi popvulatlon'lO ; Sailors Semt.k111sd;_;. TV'.:;.... '1.X74 e{- In Ir1.rld.-Acee.ta r* Estate 1 1 of C :F.CMy'Prevatt_,< sir y,.,, L1aWIBOBRYAN.>> ..... 31-Tt will change; : .Upatatr.4i11Cilrfulldtng... ; .* ,

years operatives) .. t.J..a..m.: ..Lo 11.
l/effatees :
To Creditor ,
that -- '1 Ornc: 8tmtels t m. w p
b.191 Cigar and tobacco factories. ..TnS. :
The male gainful workers :::
...., and planing mill.1.401 Persene havingClaim* or Da- ORDER FOR'PIJBLleATIOJlf..' {-1130: 'GJ 5:30: m. tzr ,

numbered 248,920, or 83.2 per cent of' Servant ......-.*......;.._........ J.18 maud against of said Estate hereby' la Clrcvlt Cart. State' .( Fl....... Rev.tsi Face .Telephone No. 74.. Jun ft. hI'; .
all males 10 years of age and over, a.. i Teachers (school -,__._......- 774 Tou.and each you are : no- .. Jvdletel. Circuit..OMeola Ce..ry. Long' [ .

I compared .with 163,989, of 80.7 per Walters .._.--.._..-..-... ..:,.-....' 1.0(1Females. titled *-and anddemand required! !to w':: or !. C a.eerp. ,- 1 W.-CARSON

'cent,1 in 1900: '-The female gainful either of you may have against the Laura ]J.. O'Bryan. Complainant vs.. '1jR.-W. ,
Boarding and lodge )g housekeepers ., estate of C. F. Prevatt. Sr., deceased. George R.< Green.-et al.. D.fenbante.It ldajt a tTeeideirml aiemaeb ...e4y ran ,-
.workers in 1910.,numbered 73,161..or -' '-_.:.___.:._..:...-L.-____.. 1.614 l.t.'of Osceolsr County Florid., to the appearing by affidavit really be termed a w :327.6 per.cent: of'all :females 10 year Bookkeepers, cashier- and a_ .- undersigned, administratrix: of said estato the bill filed In the -:.:rgd'u bnwnle Isaf it sjveeIn many* el the mcrf i .
.and over as compared wit, -- 408 --within, two. years from the date that George R. Green and L. F. Green Chronic cteee of Stoftiack Trouble has vii4. .
s' \:of age Clerks ttetept clerks Inlore.)..' 247 hereof.r- ? the defendants* therein namedare residents iu fame from one end ef the country .10 the 1 .. Office over c. ;.i Jewelry Store
.87, 81 per cent in 1900 Clerks In stores. '....-..-----_-_-.. 87 Dated. July XInd A. D. 114. of the State of Florida- and- that othtrt .R..maUer where you lire-you will-' -
d sfRslribntlon of .Workers. Dressmakers and seamstresses. SARAH A. PRBVATT. the actual: place of residence Is- unknown find people who have. suffered with fla.__. ,p, Office Hours 8-1 J,-16"e
ti-C.. gainful :workers in 1910 (not In factory) ___r.___-_,__. '..7&0Jl'atm llllnlstr..trlx: over the age of twenty-one: I4re. and InteatlMU AllmraU etc,., and here. 1 Office phone 158 jfM.
r .J. 822,087 main laborers _..<._-._..-._...... is,601 F.-ICRIBBS.. . '' .. years;-It Is therefor ordered. that been restored to health end are loud !in their .ld.nce'.23 ''- ..
.t distributed among the Farmers and dairy: farmers .___ S.677Fruit Attorney for E.tate. $l-$t aid. non-resident I defendants- and praise of Ihli remedy. '- There Ie) not a day 1 -
nttler-of! occupations al','lotlow : graders and packers s.203 are hereby: required. "to appear; to but_hat .,...-hren pf-'lhn-wonderful'r*. ult* Ga.administetcdforextraction. ofteetb' a}
.Vr forestry and animal Hotel keepers and managers :_-: 08Housekeepers NOTICE) OF EXKGCTOH!: !: FOR FI ALDI.CHARGE. the bill of complaint' filedIn said obtained from this remedy and the benefit" .
Agriculture, and stewardesses. __ 718 cause' on' or- before Monday, the are entirely natural, ae it .ct..on the source.
y < pssbandry.139,782Dr,43.4 per cent; Laborers (ireneral. and not spec- 7th day of September, A- D?1114. otherwise and foundation of these ailment. removing
extraction of minerals 3,517, or 1.1 flied) ., 360Laundreacesnot the alterations of said bill will betaken the poisonous catarrh, and bile accretions, tak.
manufacturing and mechanical : In ) _.14,844 !. C.mrt ft the C..e q Judge, Hat of a* confessed by saM defendant.It ins out the Inclination from the Intestinal a CEIGER'I'
i per cent: Laundry operatives -____-.__- Florida further order that this order tract and assist Jo rendering the same antW. DR.11. ,
industries, 73.099, or 22.9 per Mldwlves and nurses (not In re Estate of Charles. Edward Frank published once a week for four eon septic. Snneren ire urged to try one. doae-.- FBTSICIAM MUD .cao.o16 t
cent JtransportatioV, ;;( 20,951, or 6.6 trained) .___...............__ 1,013 lie Oeceola County.' .eoutiva-weeks in-th.-KluimmeeV.1. which alone should relieve. your Mifferinr and Citltens.Bank Building
; or 6.9 per Milliner. and millinery. dealers410. \ Notice 1. hereby given to alt .whom ly Gasette. a newspaper published In ronvinre yon that Napes WeWerfal fltm per cent; trade 22,206, Musicians and teachers of music. 4S1 It may concern that on the Sd day of saUl County and State. Remedy should reafore you to 'rood health _Kistlmraee, FloiiJr. ,

t cent}= public service, 3,616, or 1.1 percent Retail dealers. ______h__n______ $84 November A. D. 1(14. we shall apply to This, July 'I-ut It to a test. today the. re-mill, s l
professional service, 10,187 or Saleswomen (stores) ,_______... 781 the. Honorable-T. M. of 'Vo'vfeRSTRKlST.Seal. revelation to you and *ou will rejoice! over Phoneti Office-287 or 64 _
; and Semiskilled: operatives. : aid .,court a* judge nf'prot..t., for a ( .) Clerk Court recovery and once .alli.leno"" the i
:"8.2 per cent; domestic personal Cigar and tobacco factories. __ S.171 final ae executor of the relate By JAMES H.Ir''N : yourof Urine;. Send for booklet\ on Stomach Resident, 206.:- .l->rr'

;service 40,771 or 12.7 per cent; and Servants 10. 11 of Charges. Edward Franklin. deceased _Deputy Clerk. Ailments to GPol H. Mavr, Mfg. Ch"mot.; 1 IS6 L.___ .,
.: --- -- I.
7,359, or 13: ; per stenograp-----------------------. 866Teacher. ; and that at the came time we L1flWIi 0BRTAN.Solicitor ; Whiting St.. .a or: better D, cbUlo a
clerical occupations
(school) ___n_._______ 2.813 will preeent. our anal account a* executors Complainant.. flt bottle 'treat your' arucciat. :....- .
cent. Trained nurses _.__________- 364 of satd.eitate, and ask for their. r
Sex of Workers.Of Waitresses. _____________Z_______ 314 approval.
the gainful workers in 1910. Dated. May H.1st.M. A.BREAKER.D. 1(14. Invigorating toO, e Pal and SicklyThe For Sale In KUsimmee ByJ. i T* .RIVERS. M.. D. .- t

248,926 of 77.8 per cent were males/. NOTICE OF ELE/mOX. ELLA M. FRANKLIN. Old TAsTEuwachili1'ONlC.drfveeoutM.lari..earicbes . Z.,ROBERSON PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

Executor GROVE'S And! Draggiats "Everywhere.; h
aagricultnrelforestry.eandf animal GBO. F. PARKER: Ih*blood Jind bnlldi up the ir>- Office Osceols. ,
I over Pharmacy
In Whereas The Legislature'of HIS. Attorney. tem. A true tonic. For slots and : Me l
the males numbered "*. under the Constitution of 188S of the Residence 63' ,
.husbandrj the fenwlos State of Florida did past three JointResolutions PBONlt8 t i
cenand 1
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lb 81.6 ----- --
059 or per proposing amendments to (Omce 148
' I 2M23, or 18.4 per cent. Pract.ullyFtrson,0engaged !, ; the Constitution of the State of Florida l'IOI'IOIOI'IOIOIOIOIOIOIOioIO OIOI I"'IOIO "OIOIOIO'O O"'O'O'O O"'O )i '
) .'1 per cent.f tho and the same were. agreed to by a
tho extraction. of vote of three-fifths of all the member.
<< in elected to each house.; that the vote. y
minerals were males. In manufacturing on said Joint Resolutions were entered W L. WINN : ,

and mechanical industries upon their respective Journals, a- ..
: the work- with the yens. .and nays thereon' andthey t.
85239. or cent did determine and direct I that the PROGRESSIVEBusiness r PHYSICIAN 9
'irTwere males'and 8.460, of 11.6 percent said Joint Resolutions be submitted I to 1x1_
Males constituted 98.3 the electoos of the State. at the General.. Office 2nd Floor WUlson Building r.

females. engagedIn Election In November. 1(14. Racn .P.OK.MOrric.Prox.V7. K_.... '
per cent of the 20,961 persons Now. Therefore. I H. Clay Crawford. rl.o.aa ,
transportation, 91.3 per cent of the Secretary. of State of the State of FlorIda -
engaged in trade and do hereby. give notice. that a General ' "'" k
:22,206 persons Election. will be. held. In each.
en- county v', ;. ,._,,
of the 3.615 persons .DRCIIYATT
9W percent In Florida on Tuesday next succeeding1 -
in public service.{ In profesSoSal the first Monday In November.A. : and ,

I : t 31 or' 61.2 per cent D. 1(14, the said Tuesday being; the 'People Surgeon '
service, 6, and 3,956 third day of November fer the ratification Phones. - . J--. --,... . h
'Of the workers were or rejection of the salt. Joint "
cent females a large Resolution proposing amendments to Office, 197 Elisimmee "" "
school the Constitution of the State of Florida ?* * ... .
f being > ..
roportloE of the females ser- vis.: R.s. 248 ,. ; Florida: ,
erg. Domestic and personal A Joint Resolution proposingan

> the only of occu- Amendment -Section Biz. (4). of Ar- l ?
"I 'wal females outnum- tloe Eight fI), of the Constitution of I.
tipanond in which the the State of Florida, relating; to County D. GEIGER.ATTORNEYATLAW. '4
females numbered .H :
males Here Officers
the Should Know
or 76 per bent, apd Be It resolved toy the Legislature of Yoil ,, '
80,978. the Florida .
of the --Slat of : I
males only 9,79 or 24. per That Yh* followingamendment to t* .
'w'' Of t1e; persons pursuing Section Xn.Ulut1 Article .E (.>. .. Office State Bank' Building -.
:w9l'kea. State ',
6 '784, or 'I8.6'per of the n Of of -
: 'cidT/cal: occupations: and or 21.4 Florida la hereby. agreed. tp and shall .Kiuimme.-Floridi +

afrl _:-. cent, were males 1,5715, be submitted to the eleotor.of the .. ..,....
female.: State at the general election to beheld
pe>t..cent, of.Vorke...... on the first Tuesday: In November 1N iI- -- '" .,." ..-- rGE9
i'. Age males In A. D. 114 for! ratification or rejection: =
occupied I > F.PARKER.AttorneyatLaw.. J"
The gainfully Section The Legislature shall pro- .
aecordinlr: to by the qualified .
distributed '
electore fn J
+ 1910 were each .
10 to 13 years. County of tb* follow- .
"ap ptlriodl a. follow.; 20 icy county: officers: : A Clerk of the '
14 to 115 ,.eara.7,980; 16 to Circuit Court, a Sheriff.- Constables a '" .' Collections i and Conveyancing :
8,118; to 44.yeara and over, County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Collector .
t 'eal'l29.860; 21 which the a Superintendent of Public Instruction .: ,,* ., t* }. > .
rt 57 169. 'The proportion and a County: Surveyor. The Vk > /*? V)*. '
of 11233 ,' ,
formed . .
occUpied males term of office of all County officer "l . ,. .t(ma> t. -
4'. gainfully : M. ( '-' ,'
mentioned In this Section shall b* for
au males In each age fifS'S four that of Assessor . .
except County
;. :
',\hose 10 to 1& Tears of of Taxes and County Tax Collector ". .F"WBBS". :" "<.' 'r"'f9'.., < ; "'\ ';i"I1) ". '
those 14 to 15 who shall b* elected for two f. G' '.II',
' .r. cent; for 18 to 20 Team year until at the general, election to

".wl, 626 per cent; for eent.-tba\those .. .n but be held In the year A. D. Itl6. when. .. .ATTOaHn.A'-_. .. .-. !' LAw W. KlSBlMMlUC. FLA..
it ,of 95.7 per and after which" they shall be electedfor . ,

.,ll: r '4 men age In every 100 bad gainIu1.1'1 of..geI duties a term and of compensation four years. Their shall. low..ra.. Examination: ot- #Tltles'a-$gpeeialy.1 't

-AI pations; and for those 45 ye scribed' by law. The Legislature shallprovide RIEDEL. NotaPublic: : "Taxes Paid A K. BAKERY Notification and j>aymentot taxes..3nenresidents
by law. for the and FIREf _.
90.8wper care custody given careful '
f 'and. over. centime females In of all County: funds and shall Home Insured If Not K. A.Nlemeyer! .
I. Your attention.
. The gainfully provide the method of reporting and ,
according to age Carpenter and! Repair Shop tff
:were dlstnbllted paying out all such funds.. \ Why Not. Gallon Red Band Brand Candy. *.- -M M M l HMMMWMMMB. ..MHMiW M ., '
18 .ears
I follows: 10 to Provided County Treasurer's.elected a A. E. DROUGHT
as 8,479: 16 to 20 In General Election held In 1914 shall Inside Furnishings, Screening Insurance 15c per lb. Pat Josnston C..p. Gtarr.t'JOHNSTONdt
; tor and hole office for the term elected.A and Cabinet Work Agency a
.114 2.242121; .. ,.eara. age Room 7 State Bank Bldf. Guaranteed Pure. GARRETT, 5
unk end Our Specialty.J. .
'w Unknown. 40.625' and 45 years Joist Heaelaitleau Phone 292. ..,. at Law' -
which .
i over 12 466. T females formed Proposing; an Amendment Section Offices 10, 11 ft 12 ., .* r
plnfullY occupied 18 of Article IV of the Constitution of WATERS
11': the each age period was: the State of Florida Relating to the W. PRENTIS A CARSON GROCERYCo. W. B. MAKINSON CO. Citizens Bank BidKissimmee *-.., .

of .lrfemales ito of 13.7 Appointment of Commissioned Officers. Florida .
., theca;. 10 13 years of the State .Mllitta: ..
For of Talking Machines .. ..
14 to 16 yearn Pianos Organs, -
j for those Be It Resolved by the Legislature of Hardware Boat A-
cent J
per ; for those 16 to ?O the State of Florida: Sewing Machines.Broed. \ ; t

. age, 22.8 per tent; cent for tho soi'.t That the following amendment: to Everything to &at.NELSON.JmALTY -< toms o. MASSBTLate T. ncrow .. ..
: ,
30.7 tdMuhlne7' Oonneel for JedswoftlM'CihnlselOwar
of per Section 10 of Article IV of the Constitution .. Supplies' a
ear. .
:..fI.: 44 years of age. 80.7 per cent; of the State of Florida Is + . Florida 15 B. <=- v,
::21to of age..31.S agreed to and shall be sub e '.
to".4 years hereby A WARLOWAT ": ,
for.tliole'21. of mitted to the electors of the State for :MASSEY: .
46 CO.
and for those .year adoptron or rejection at the next general W. G. HANKINS _ -
k percent< ; 26.6 per cent.a election hereafter; that Is to say, (J. F.; BABE; --, OlCNd$Atrn COVNaltls.oe f" ' y ,
and over .
: a Children .t Work.'I that Section 16 of Article IV shall be 9 Darlington Ave. LAW r
I amended so as to read. a* follows: Adding! Machines and Contract.r in ? AT
!O"' In In 1910 there'were17.096 Sec. 16. The Governor shall appointall PraetlM In ad .the Courts: ef the 4I ta'te and ef'' is
;, > eland females 10 to 15 commissioned officers of the State P/opertr Sold OBCommission. Plain and Decorative: the United Btatea. alas before the Fiends BaU.
-:.:. : I f j 7,828 In gainful occupafon.or Militia. Including an adjutant "general. TypewritersFor I road eoa.a......... sad the joteletafa CemsamN'.: r
,years of,age engaged 35.8 for the State., with rank of brigadier ) Panting and Paperhanging Conunlaalon, ., ',-""
!et4( stated otherwise, per general. who ''shall be chief of staff.: Sale. .518 i1.l4'Cuat.rrosSts.' .. .6nLANIX>.rr.a.,'
r ; of Spronle Phone <
Aye. 7.
. c males and.16.6'per cent The duties and compensation. of alloffcer..o '. Mly*
; cent'of ot ige were appointed shall be fixed by .
the females 10 to 15 years law. The terms of office of all commlstoned STORE. -
c 1900 there were DANN'S DEPARTMENT D. REAL: ESATE '.
worltera. In officer of the organized mil. t G..H"KAY DIXIE THEATERCool yv
A9 gainful and 4,122 females 10 to Itla shall be continuous during the ,:

-11,281 11-'eal'l males.of age engaged.In gainful cent: pleasure such laws of as the may Governor bo enacted; subject by th.Legislature to. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, . AGENCY Clean, Comfortable, F H.: JENKINSFrsUmltyJ3alJ _" .._. . .w J:rSUYEYOR'F

providing- their retirement
1 occupatiOnl melee, wand 11.6wa per cent of all for ace or other cauaes.A Furnishings. Graystoae) Block High, Class Entertainments w ;: -
:of all 1 "
'tF .1'1 of age- I . <.-t .

l'. ,f. 'ESaareSTt.? ''followed. ".'.t BeeolatleauProposing1 ; 5e and lOe Store on TWrJ Floor. Sell Land Anywhere on Commission( ; Only.E. _..::..:.JtI t4 imm 41a 4r-., y t.y .
I An Amendment to Section '
The )) One of Artlcl. V of the Constitution .
female.. re.pective.: to the :"( r
', .. males andFlorida Judiciary.
by the 1910. were .. followul B* It Resolve by the Legislature j "of COLE & UNLEY E. MAGEE 1

.; "J,... ill .in the State of Florida: I'I .' a .,. jf. J.'HICKS +
.. That the following amendment to D. CLARK DR.
t.. ._ Males.A Section One of Article V of the Con Carpenter and Builder Physician Land
:' nvaseers' ... ..ll4-eoUe stitution-Is hereby agreed. to and shall Real Estate Broker Jewelers and Optometrists
... .. .:, --------- 714 be proposed and submitted to the electors .' Job Work and General Repairing ; Surgeon i
1- t
4, o of the State for ---
hardre..ois. aa 4manr1 approval or re- -
.. ra .. Life the Broadway.IL --=- Fas"Filfl 8I1at7 -- - -- -
section at next general election 2S Broadway.. --Ofll: : = PJtob
_._ .
(\ (
n.ta .
-r---------. hereafter, that Is to ,. said Section .15 Darlington Ave.
t aBartengefth.-.- ..----1.1Ia One of said Article shall be amendedso State Bank..Bid:; Office 41-Raa.. 40
to read follow. .
.''fBl. "casiilers.' anllc. aa as : "
./., JBookk.ep.ra:,; _.-..-....- 1.9SI1'Brick Section 1. The judicial power of the .- -.
; con .. 'atone niiom ..;-----. .88 State shall be vested. In 'a -Supreme C. STANFORD CO. C F. DIBBLE ft SON T. R. ELLIS ;0' ) --"'" "

and Court. Circuit Court., Court. Record -. I. \ ..
r < .a--: = I-n .? = 71=1 of Escambla County Criminal Courts f 3W.. Thompson {.
: Electrkal
-1 or. -_-_ -.'- County Courts County Judgres. aJOd Justices Dry Goods, Clothing ali! Shoes, Fancy Groceries: ] : Contractor ..'
flU -
:j; hack d riven, -,,--- of the Peace. and such other Courts *
:C..rrl..g. .nd : 1,895t or-Commlsslon the Legislature ) Water and t
. ----- as may: Llfcht Collector! : !-
1.Cl. elerkv.In-- .tor.. ). 1.111 from-time to time ordain and establish. Furniahlngs and .., ' aaoept
'( L767 Th. Legislature .
may prescribe thecompensation 154.
.. -*'''- Phone .
:a' Ct.rks In stores_--:__--.". -" -4.150 I. of the Justices and Notions.DDTTONHARBIS. .. Phone 220 8 Darlington Are FUNERAL' DIRECTOR: .
a I- .eII..rYJII.n teaWtLS i-d oxDralmen Judges of the. several courts but no l

.._._____._..'" :a.56S court heretofore established under. the ,. "
/n, .. preasmef _..__ ) -.:...- 1.1i" Constitution! laws of Florida shall '" Tt1 -*.. ''and-- T.f.; -
I\ngln..r.\ (at..Uory 656r !>.- herebyabolished.., XX ERNEST L., GREEN *' 'WALM '
+ Farm and formen--s 5'.4'1I' "*"' ? WEN mJt.s WYEB' ::1 t. LICENSED ; (
. -- -- T sir 1 Jt".l. '
,. Farm . dat----- ..-- $5.771 .,,-' .. 'f. : ,,:
Th. votes east la 'compliance with *, .
and . .
; .
Sign Writer and : 1 ..
.OOredepartmentoromo11+' 951'i aid proposed amendments. ,and the Shoe. wf ; Decorative' ) ; : : ; ; \:;" ""'."."..
- : Statlontery' \
4 canvass. declarationsand -< returns Bookiiced .. Palate --L
... $981 a-
,' ... .. :
;...hermen and op.tsrn'Fpremen --; thereof, shall b* subjected to,the same f. C peI.S x { :
and oveNeers ,,.(manu. 471Foroetaa regulations and .restrictions J as ->are '.' .. .. ,> ; ,

+I t f.t..rlnc. _4'.overseer.raltti; " provided.n .the State bylaw Florida.for general. .> '>elections-. ,-. ..;e log..:Broadwa7.- ... Lr- 'lU, I Iwiy;. _..... .,_. \ Phone! 28S.KEW. :}- a-.nnne.. ."!' .. .o'am.- i., .

, ; road repertatfon)._.:.._-.; +f 11 Iii Testimony.Whereof I have hereunto .,. -- .,t .'" " tt'Jf '
and nuraeymefl.: .. : set .. .. affixed tbe Great f't
growers" "
Fruit ._- ::1,1111 '. Stash- \ . : ...;.
.. ___: ;"' Seal of the of Florida, at Tal- -
O'rd.n. : H LAWSON >
anil a-ISP'" "'. : % SECOND STORE A a
the .
rGuardw watohm.n." lab a. the Capital this twen- ' <.*, r GetYoar; Caadlea:Fresh Fn.4Ma .
: _........-.:' '" "lit. ty-oftu day*- of .Iul" 'A..D.' 114 -- .:..-.(;. .: : ', J.;'E.;;Mnllenalx. Prop.jrisrBsaTljyil .' i.c. ,_is .

. I.ral y.1'.1....and 'aot-.p e1..te.ll.:; .:(I! sI-v-T) "Hi''Ct.T.CRAWFORlX-. Secretary.. ,- -- .-- CANDY':KITCHEN. #__ '501 ; : VETERINART atmoJiO.f' aw ?:: {.
. "."' p'._. : "J .otsState. .Cash St eN,. '-.'*u .. B.-.dwn.-: ... . ,
.toad--and'sereet'A4udlat .. -' J'oI-- .- ..
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<:'re1)alrID .. IT Pile. tared In 6 to H Days .. Blowart .. 4' '
and planing iDI", __!:, .' t A '. RICHMOND -. v
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,'. ...m ra _: ... __ $1rp.atln. ,'f_. druggiM'wilt. relead saoavr If Pazo F. c.: .... \ Al.Aeir 'PasSter: '. 7 J '
'. d1'tW.rla .r......j...,;,dL5. ,OlMTMaB'l' falls to car say ease M Itehiaw. ; .. w 19 Broadway.v ;.> .. .", -. Leu bmall ao..r .,t f. "

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ACTION POPE PIUS X DEAD; GRIIF OVER To TNK rt aaoMo Pie rtnulne Q01NINR.,call for Look fall same I.AXA.*

n.W.GROVE Can a Cold In ..*O.y. Stopucough '
IMPROVE GROUNDS AMOUNTTO$45,8R25 and headache and work 08 oold., 2>fe


C. A. Carson in a letter to the sup The first annual report of.the Florida ,
erintendent of the Atlantic Coast Line department of game and fish FLORIDA AND WESTERN'MeatsH
railway makes some suggestions, pared by Cimmlssloner E. Z. Jones,
I Rome, August! 20.-The Pope died self from time to time, spoke. Once which if followed will greatly add to 'IS off the press and i. being sent to officials -
at 1 :20 this ( Thursday) morning he said: the appearance of the city and will throughout the state. In look-
: several but "In ancient times the pope by a meet with the approval of the entire ing over Judge T. M. Murphy's copy
He had been ill for days,
word might have stayed the slaughter, public. A copy of Mr. Carson's let- of the report a Gazette representative
alarming symptoms did not develop but now he is impotent. ter follows: gleaned the followingM teresting in

< i until Wednesday morning. Throughout Dr. Marchiafava said that ,Mr. J. M. Brand, Supt., formation.
: Chicago Commission Devises the day Doctors Matchiafava andS early in the morning had indicate Jacksonville, Fla. The gross amount received from licensee
Amica devoted then utmost I' the grave crisis which had come on Dear 8irPlease:: issued for the game season of
I S energies rapidly. Shortly after he left Dr. pardon me for making a suggestion 1913-14'NaB; $45,814.25 Disburse-
Plan to Aid People to stimulating their patient and keeping Amici examined the patient. He explained In my opinion, however, it ment of the department amounted to ALL KINDS...AT ALL TIMES. 1\
him alive. I that the sudden collapse was would be a very nice thing for your 18677.61, leaving a balance to the
-- The cardinals were notified of thepope's due to the pontiff's age and the people, and also for the Town of Kis- credit of the department of $27,136.04. We carry the Finest Cuts 1
condition and some of gouty affection, which always combine, and cost little or nothing\ As the law provides that all morey and Nicest Meats in the City.
r, l GOVERNMENT:" UKTAILS MII- grave : to !give bronchial catarrh of an You have some splendid property ever and above $5,000 in the game "-
them who entered the sick room de the station at and fish protection funj the first Fresh Poultry and Eggs, Fresh
: TIONAL SPECIAL AC.EMS: acute nature a most serious character. adjoining, passenger or:
NEW YORK DEALER ADMITS/ scribe the scene as heartrending, especially I this place. If this property might be day of Murch of each sear; shall bo I Home Cured Meats First Class
when the pontiff rousing him' I The pope was 79 years of age. improved a little with trees and shrub- tiantforreJ and paid irto the ata> I Meats at Rock Bottom figures is ,
NO REASON FOR RAISE. bery it would add very much to the school fund, more than t'::2,000: ( is added -
{ ------ ---- pleasure of the passengers in passing I to the school fupd from this source! our policy. Come in and try us. ::1 i
and to the attractiveness of this The closed
your year. game
Chicago.-The Chicago municipal HOKE SMITH WINSIN HAPPY DAYS THESE grounds. and would be very pleasing February 20 and the commissioner's !
M, markets commissIon 'took numerous II: to the people of Kissimmee. Fifteenor report giving these figures covers all PARLOR MARKET ,
twenty palmetto tres properly receipts and disbursements up to and
x steps to force ,down war, time prices CONTEST FOR CONGRESSMEN placed would add very much indeed to; including February 28, past. Phone 44. 117 Broadway.PEOPLES' ;
', It' by adopting resolutions seeking to enlist I GEORGIA the appearance of the grounds. lam I Osceola county's gross receipts for .r
the aid* of Col! George W. Goe- \ i not sure, but believe of this were done licenses issued for the season amounted '
and you would have he ground laiii'off to $972, twenty of these" were for MARKET ?
thu of candidatesfor
s.a At.1anLa.-Return from all but four Washington.-Defeat I -I
by your engineer, the Ladies Civic non-residents, 113 were for state licensee -
In a telegram Col. Goethals was Georgia counties indicate that Senator congress who oppose women suf- League might Ke induced to pay spec. and 333 were county licenses. Phone189. 304 Broadway ,. J
detail methods of frage is the object of a conference to ial attention to the Total fines for the state for violation I .
asked to maintenance Hoke Smith was renominated by an beautifying I J.1. Powers, Proprietor.
be held at Newport;, R. I., August 29
grounds with flowers, etc. of fish and law. collected '
the subsistence for the long game V
an operation by overwhelming majority I
and 30 under the auspices of the con- The amount of labor to do all that to May 1 amounted to $4,844.86. 'I
k department in the Panama canal zone term in the United States Senate. In- gressional union for woman suffrage.The would be required to do, I am of the $M
and to wire the commission the price complete returns give Smith 348 union announced today that a opinion the section gang could: do I Stf:
7 ;the government is charging on stap votes in the State convention and for- list of candidates for congress markedfor without'detracting from their efficiency ,
les, meats, vegetables and milks. defeat is being prepared and final in the work on the road. '
I Resolutions were adopted ordering mer Governor Jos. M. Brown Hardwick 16. is plans for invasion of congressional Our people would apreciate this ONION SETS ,
T. M.
S.. :the establishment of five municipal Congressman districts will be definitely formulatedat thoughtfulness .
on your part. '
market. in -the thickly populated sections leading for nomination to the unex- the conference. Your Now is the time to begin planting Onion Sets. Considering thepresent r
a of the city and recommending{ a pired term of the late Senator Bacon C.truly A. CARSON.OtO.Ot.OOO..tO.oot..oooo. prices of Onions, then is every indication that they wild be an,,\
pedal ordinance to provIde' for the with Thomas S. Felder running"'sec NOTICE OF TEACHER'S EXAMIN exceedingly profitable crop. to plant. ? I
punishment ,of combines and pool ond and Governor Slaton third. ATION.. We Quote, Qt t;. Pk.,, Bu., ,
'trusts which i:5 have used the Judge" Nat E. Harris is leading L. Crystal Wax Bermuda '..........._______..... .20 '. ,1.00 8.75 "
for food advance. war 'as a G. Hardeman and J, Randolph. Ander. ',The regular' teacher 'examinatIon *;' SCHOOL OPENS SEPT."14. White ,Bermuda' ....,...._....__.......-.-..-. .20 .90 8.50
.st' .pretext District Attorney James I"!. Wilker.son son,for governor. will' be held on Tuesday' September8th. oOo. .v . Red Bermuda :.._____,__-...-;__-__-____ ---;;;; ;..20.90 8.60 r'
said information had reached him loiN'ALLIES7' A. D. ,1914 at-the court housein From the"office of the county.* White Silver 'Skin : .*......_-..-..;....;.--!.. '.16., ,.76,, 2.75
5 which leads him to believe iBelgians TO 'lmmeel-Florida. 'Said examination Superintendent of.,'Public .In. ;Yellow Danvers:'__......-;,:;..__.:.-___.;'__-.;...._N..- '.15" .76 2.60 s ''r
.5 .have conspired to many take corporations adVantage - having-done all that couldbe \ will begin promptly at 9 a. m. strucion comes the announcement 0 Whit Multiplier --.:_-__---__--__...h_____...- .15 :.85 '8,25. ,, :+
: Applicants wil provide themselveswith 0 that the Kissimmee High School -
Post Per 6c Per 20c.
Parcel: rate Quart, ; Peck,
', of the war situation.: He said expected by holding the invadersin
I pens, ink and legal cap paper. and the St Cloud High School Write for fall price list just issued. ;i
;a conference with Chicago packers cheeck for fifteen days, "their Also the fea of $1.00.W. will begin on the second Monday ;
did not Indicate a conspiracy on their strategy will now be merged into the J. SEARS in September; 0 KILGORE_ SEED COMPANY *
'part. The grand jury will hear witnesses II general plan of the allied armies." 35-2t County Supt] .. 0 Plant City Florida.

Wednesday. tt .tt.OOt..O"O'O.O".
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Washington.-Additional specials r C. Smyth, sheriff of Lake coun- -,

.agents of the department of justice (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) ty, was in Kissimmee Wednesday en #

., ... were dispatched to Cleveland, Providence .I Powerful Permanent in route this to county the Rosalie in search turpentine of a deserter camp I "The
i 1 Baltimore, Pittsburaand Buffa'lo V Prompt from the United States army. He Prescription Drug Store"M'
.. !' to assist in the nation-wide investi-- '
e Its beneficial\ .,Stubborn cmsei Good results are passed through the city again on
..,SS. :talon of the increased price of foodtuffs. I i fact w usuall yield to P. P. P. lutinait cure* Thursday with his prisoner.

h. ''. United. States district attorneys all I| R :, lit very quickly when _erg. ; you toeteycund ,

?...over the. country have begun inquiries CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING<< NOWAR
and in grand P.
many places juries are j P. P.
?,'fit'work. At Buffalo John L. O'Brien, .
y district: attorney will try to ascertain -
.;- phi u e of the rise of flour. Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
Fred Robertson, district attorney system,, -clears the 'brain-'Strengthens digestion and nerves.
f..gat Topeka Kas., reported that "the A positive specific for Blood PoUon and.slda diseases. Five Cents Per Line PRICES
I unusual circumstances of wheatAgo- 5 /.Each Insertion.'.
c"Cr ing down on the market and the price Drives out Rheumatism and 5top* the Pain; ends Malaria;
of flour going up has stood out prom- Is a wonderful toaic.and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. '

inently in the Kansas' City{ daily newsy F. v. UPPMAN co.Drat L. SAVANNAH: WANTED-Two subscriptions for good the men Valley to solicit Gazette -
for several days. lIe is .
japers In-\\ Florida's. Greatest Weekly.One HERE1J9
:vestigating. can have the city territory, the

;1 ASKS FOR PRICE LISTS. .'. other Osceola county outside of Kis- .5-
simmee. Liberal commission paidto
New York,-William A. DeFord
?' ,the asistant district attorney who is The Place Where You .Get That ilRoyalTal1or"look, J Office.good workers. Apply Gazette Jut a few weeks before the European war was declared'w'i; --

conducting an Investigation of the riseav' a Iare'suppl,.of imported face powders and toilet waters. We'were,...- ,
., In coat of food to learn if there is a WANTED-We want. !'liv "man to fortunate in
.". "conspiracy among'aeaJeFsTSTHSke the very getting these'before the prices were seat soaring skyward .\' r
solicit for the
subscriptions and ear price on these dainty high-class article. WILL REMAIN '
European war an excuse for charging Greatest Weeklyin ,
.higher prices, issued a statement ask OLIVER'SSuifatonum the following towns Taft, St. THE SAME-JUST AS LONG AS THEY LAST. ,:

'ing.bouseholders to furnish him with Cloud, Bassinger. Kissimmee Park, .' '
No matter where : \
you spend your aumraer--at home at the 'sea
')lst* of food purchases during the last Whittier Haines City Campbell, t
bore. er in Jthe mountain -you should supply yourself with the ,
** ltd.Jl'
'week in July, the *08t. names and ad- ,I Narcoosee. Liberal commissionspaid ported toilet preparation to Improve and beautify your eornpUxlon'la- .
of the dealers tohuat1ersWrlte.JGulmme
_JreBses. ; skin from the not burnlnfiiun. Your toilet table," "t Il,
Issued" theprosecutor's :>
.Many subpoenas were Valley Gazette.WANTEDOrder. .
wholesale will not He complete In its acceevorle until you see our big display ;
..- office directing for field tollat apeclaltle: and bath-room requirement Every article-,a-uaran SFACK "'i1,"!
and testify'
retail dealer to eypress
and' appear boxes. Oscoela Lumber teed to be the beat In'Its claw. We take pride In keepingour tone x
Prices-right. -
DeFord's The
iit" Mr. inttuwy. h
>>pUe..up to the tan ard'of -our drugand medicines. '!
if he decides it ii important & Furniture Co. 29-tf .u// ;YOU can: get
'A" 'Information' Thoroughly either with ,full assurance of always gutting the; beet,to.b,.had. ;

?: 'k edings,enough.will be pla'oedhbefore"Chief1Maglstrate' 7.5c. CLEAN Your: galow FOR in RENT center-of Modern town. T"5-room, M. Murphy bun Imported Toilet?Article*... While They Lout E

McAdoo. .
5. .
+. The manager of a large drug deal- 5 81.-tf. POWDERS. TOH.BTT WATERS IDjer .
-tng house admitted on the stand that 1S S"UITNo Kiss ---.-....--...-__..... -.v
FOR..aENT-8-Room furnished house, La Treee I.e rTrefle +
.he, had raised prices of certain medieinea $15 a month: Mrs. E. E. Well 203 Asurea ..=-v---------------_..,-"-.-, ..----.. 1.M Mary .. --------------.I-1'______.__ ___ ', '
'I I:,.. .t ...nd soaps without real reason. matter how old or mia>ahapen roar clothe: may 1x> we caneasily I II Broadway, Real Estate and Insur- ;'f:"

4 ; "; 'as his cost for these. commodvties was ; and quickly Uransferm .them Into new looting garments ,Summer .' I ance. The PreorlpUon Drug Store".Is headquarters for '. '
,, \' ;the Pa"'":' : I Suits la these pre plrl.c days, often. show the necessity of aiul
.I CLEAN.. 'PRKSR.. Phanci'n and we,will fetch the srarmmts. and I DWELLINGS. for'rent, oppTy toM. J
'return:them t* you,.''good aa new" in__".700"0. and. the coat wily'' ,. Tiller., . 1 _ .:;Poinsettia: Ice_ Cream, ,," ; .
M'ReynoldsIsNamedI .be slight We .clean.,and :press aUk1nd..of'pfment. for. men,women -, ' I or.anilemadele' "
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: This a palace from pure products, and you U eat nooe
and-children. :. FOR SALE- -Two-rtoyl ether after you try It.r It-i. known .. the tried. and true cream. and
for' The ., I "' .. , store building on Brack St, . .
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JBencK] .' 'Bills. FOR RENTr-Two 9-room flats With'modem h .., ''' 1- .1" ' : .
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