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 28, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00661
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Is Sentiment of f Literature and Land I .. Ceriaaty, Aagust' 2& -All'the 'forts. ''at.Namur have f.U..... t.V>[

Loagwy, sear the Luxemburg border_has beea captured after' a .......,.. V'fence. ; ''a.

I The Frraeh.force*;which. attacked the. German crown prlace'e ana,;
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.Board of Trade Lists -have--- .been-- "paleed.. -60-_" ..,.-:... ?. _' ... .,...'> ._"_,__.._ _. f
Upper Abac*,".free.f the' enemy except at points t* the westward..etColmar. m
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I H. c. STANFORDSUG'GESTS: THE PEOPLE FROM EVERYWHEREMAKE HOW NAMUR WAS J) .M lAR'DED.': iQt

.y SENDING OUT OF LOCAL NEWS. INQUIRIES ABOUT'THIS Berlin, Germany (Via?Copenhagen), August.26_(Via London, August
'jt .PAPERS-COMMITTEE TO VISIT SECTION OF FLORIDA AND ITS "27.-The Tageblatf correspondent report that Kamor.. bombarded with

COUNTY SOLONS.. POSSIBILITIES.There howitzers of thirty-one centimetres, by mortars:and by on* forty-two cent?. t
metre howitcer. H. describe"the'desolation that reign In the villages and
Now I II the opportune time to advertise is not a week goes by that small towns between Liege and Namur. .At H.rv. only'nineteen'houcesY- #\

That Florida..1* the sentiment which I developed does not bring numerous inquiries, r'* rth r main standing out of 500. These remaining carry placard expressing sympathy

at the Board of Trade meeting from people everywhere seeking In- a with the German soldier and asking that they not be feud upon., ,. 'r}
last Monday night after numerous formation about this section of Flor- 1 Th. success of the German arm InBelglu ',-.say..th* Ttfgebiatt.; i is at..
14"! communications askingabout" this ida, and the city and county have ev- -- tributed by mUitary experts to the swiftnei*.with which the Germans were

'! fli section had been of Florida pointed were out that read American and afterIt ery opportunity to bring a large and carried through and also to the delay.of assistance promised by the French: ,. "

;:",' tourists accustomed to winter abroad substantial class of homerieekers here who arrived too late both at Liege and.Kannr. 't ,;" t
to furnish all interested
by being prepared -
will probably spend the coming lIea.onIn with literature giving .
parties
Florida or California because of the fulr and.; accurate information about 'y
GERMAN INVASION WELL VITIIIN. '
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O00 nia II of a these much tourists better advertised and a* Califor stat< possibilities,The! Valley, etc.Gazette is in receipt of FRENCH BORDER;; CAPTURE.! TON

than Florida, therefore likely tog eta a letter sent out this week by the Ag- .

'greater number of the winter of Foridi vi.i'tori riculture the'Atlantic: And migration Coast.Line,departmentof which cointains London, England. August ?&V-A' dispatchreceived here from Ostenday : l

it behooves the cities a list of homeseeker deeirlnginformation the German .have occupied LUe, Roubalx and Valenciennes, aU'1a'
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.. to plan Immediate publicity' cam .
.. about this territory, and ." '"<
France. -
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> the traveling pub- .
nalgns to acquaint
: '. lie-with the advantage of this etatland the railroad requests-land that they be sent etc. I -. I. the towns* of Roubalx Lille and'Val.nclenne.. are allrlos*>to the Belgian ,' '
literature, list of prices,
to induce them to"coin* here. This list I I. published below. The business - ,, t ;- > V-L -; frontier; Lille and Valenciennesbeing; ton; mile from the lln* and.Roubalxfiv x i.
this the European conflict ; wounded Some otherhouses'w '
Sanford on
'great
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V subject, urged airship. are playing a big part A 're hdlf.-demolished: by the -" '"" '
should that these peopleare
see southeast of th. .
efforti&to same dty. \ t- at
4 .. Board of Trade make a {pedal ---'- .. .
; : advertise the city and county within supplied'with the information they dispatch from* Antwerp says a Gen falling bomb!* wrecked'. ' -.t: LUle"1. 'the most'Important, i from:*,mUltaqpoint'of,1'lew.: : ; It' 'h*- a +,
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desire. flew 'over that city last One bomb partly the ,boa
-}' ';the next three or to four this month section at so the ai .Alrtion, S.. Windell. Moweaquia ,111 man Tuesday.Zeppelin! 'Ane.ther-.diapajteh.aayrjtfcs, *' isW of rSalet.Elizabeth. !; ;, but orutn-- fortress of the'ftnt Cl..* and the clrcle-of. its fort!*.i* tbirty.inils.. Recent

IV M' ', -to Call attention' tourists canning W. M;. BI.ckwellFayette, d.. ,: a ythere"wsr.i:: topatlentalInthe< dispatches rem rParf".aid-Lillewaiheld.!I .French:rrvistRrobalx.. y
time prospective are ,Leona'M... Kelliher, 180'' W.. Second Zeppelin before Ita. brought the! buildingThe bombs' with "" *
exploded would
1 their wlnt r Istsr He said he'wai.sure" ] appear not to Jbe fortified It I* manufacturing _ter. ,1' \
St., Corning. N. Y. I earth, cucoeeded dropping,seven or I terrifflc/force.f and' threw-f intct-,>anic bai.anars.nalan4,'
handle
would also"I
Valenciennes
tha railroads some manufacturing.clty./but
) ...off. this. literature if:the-Vetfuest Was ',V: H Howell, 288'8J'Otd Std: Augusta eight bomb into'Antwerp. One of. the inhabitant,There is intense Indignation 'Ii"i a i <,' ' . .*x*
tensive.barracks.s
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G.r i- the houaesjwrr; cked..wasflituated! only 3 in.'Antwerp at the attack v&
alto that private
K. made individual of themand could help greatly,by securing I. C., Faulk, 1202 Jenny Lind Sty:: MeKeeeport :. -80 yards front-she paJaa. f-K1Gf..A1j! ; ;,, open.the hospital which was flying the 'Th*" Ostend rcorrespondent! of''the'London 'Daily Expresi'in,:a 'dispatch.

"advertbiar matter i,'19m Q the Pa..,',.uu..' .iS": ", bert.'.; SeYen' n! were..-;killed and "Red-- Croce- .,.-ftae."I'c. . .. published: .In London..thin.(mornln "qubted'> Belgian of. 'eer'to.. ih*effect 'that,' .
board ,and sending',it to-any and ali ,:: It. S. Rose,Box IOC, Galligin P4. on.TUldath.maor published- proclamation ann undnr the'tivaans.a. ... "
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.- '' Geo. W: Kent; Butte,'Ga; *-,. J, "", ; , /
i their 'acquaintances' in other state) .. '' of,th. French troop and th transformation of the town Into _h'...... "'"
: who might be interested in Florida., \ '>fctJohn Syvret.. 4238 Windsor St;. So..j ANDERSON'S D. FIGHT ON:: BRYANPRIMAHYLAW"UNAVAIIINCj' ,- ... art" .' "
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> '... The boar is having some advertising "Vancouver. B.Cv.:, I : : P..ee." ' :,, :'. ; :. :. ':; -' I'.t T'
matter printed at this time,/which "Sarah A.f Brown. ;/a.t"F.', D.. No.. 2, th'gendarme.were; disarmed! .:and .steps,:wee taken to deliver the, j ''r '.

4I, f. > give interesting and reliable informa-. Bcoc-87 Perry.. Giles Prague! R.Okla.R. D., N' Box i. 8, dtYLwith\ .alLitsrich\, factories"up.:to the1 Germans,";thls,'officer' ''declared."Tuesday "

lion' Another'about ''Kistimmee.effective means. of adver- CUrksdale, Miss.i .. .. [ u evening'. aU.tu.a.ailable. treasure:was removed,". ". ,''r ''. V
A. F. Schoelz. 170 Empire Ave.; f : : .
;! tiling suggested ,wee the sending out Benton'Harbor Mich. ._, l'l'w '
-of local in three or four .;. JAPAN DECLARES WAR .ON' GERMANY '
months subscription newspaper? this fall, and the A. -Nicholl.. 6320 I N" Hermitage .. . ,.. ,' >--- 6' , ;; a
feiK '" president of the board 'appointed J. Ave., Chicago Ill- Jac\t.lonvin.-Judge\ Daniel A,'Sim. In Chancery: : IATTACK'
,' : W. Prenti.and H. C. Stanford com F. Arthur Grubb. Office: 703-6 320. mon.'.of the circuit court;ln and for, Herbert L,'.,.Anderson: vet II, Clay ORDERS NAVY. ANO,1ARMV:1'0.. '

'. mittee of two to go before thejbountjcommissioners E. L> bolting, Elgin York, City.111.J. .. Duval county' handed', doWJ1 an'' order. V Crawford,.'... Secretary of State- ,. : .i) C'I f. """ ,""t ';. '"'Tt.... '
. and rendered his opinion in 'the-.ult
ask portion
and that
I' ; -of the county publicity tax fund be T. Long, Wiggins S. C. brought Herbert L."Anderson oi; Opinion and Order. Toklo_The.mperoriOf; Japan Sunday declared *;. fi'der.aiiyi'iTU; \{ J.> A

;.,<'! spent in this way. H. Weise, 393 Elizaieth and Watson -this city.'against Secretary of State This cause comes on now to be action was taken at the expiration of the time limit of,Japan's ultimatum t. ,(
Ave.. Newark N. J. H. Clay Crawford to have ,the Bryan,, heard before me upon the within demurrer Germany demanding surrender of Klao-Chou. ', >,
W. L. Jones, National Park Hotel, annulled order oi to the bill of .
primary law complaint, it 1 .pSrine -
.If :STANFORD RE IS Vickgburg Miss- the court being that the demurrer'. that Honorable J. W. Malone. The Japanese government has ordered' beginning of.operitloas.n; f ianr* ,
; '..i Harry i'. Colvin Harrison, Ark made to. the bill of complaint be sue, said .circut; is absent from and sea. : 1(1' "w.-Vw r *: w
B. B. ,Rich, Woodstock, Vt. taro ..W' .. .' J.'.,.... '
BEING IMPROVEDThe Chas. M. Hart, 45.St.. Botolph. St., Suit was brought to restrain the I The bill was filed by a citizen, a
-:' i Boston, Mast.Wni. secretary of state from certifying I, taxpayer, for the purpose of enjoins GERMAN ARMY CAPTURES NAMURAFTER"1TERRimCBATTlt /: m: -
Mueller, Klmbl County,'June- ommissionerithe inglurtherpeeeeding .with-anelection
-of
theboards- -county-' I - i H
appearance of Broadway will J"flon, Texas. ; -- -; ; names of the /nominees in the recent -, '' which he claims Is void because ;. AICIES lpR.UJtfAT' ir
.:'shortly be greatly improved by the In.this connection-it 1 is 're.t1nlil'to primary, the papers* having been, the law. under which it is being-held x
r work to be done on the exterior of the note that the Board of filed during the middle-of .Jaly.inthe is.unconstitutional. The complainant! -
,f three Stanford bildings.-one. which last meeting ,had communicationsfrom circuit court in and'for Leon county, advises the court-fuljy if MiTpoliti London, AuguaT28ThaPjiris: { Correspondent : use, of broken glassvNamuf f eU'kitothe
f is occupied by the Stanford Dry Goody persons in Tennessee, Alabama, Second Judicial-\ district.' 'The matter, cal inclinations and affiliations and r of. the Time, wB6 tail bands-of-th.Germans on'Sunda .".
'store, the second to be the'-new location Pennsylvania Chicago, Live Oak, Fla., was referred on account of the illnesiof I, his suit I* filed to prevent the expenditure been on the battlefield earlier in the Burning villages,. heap"of bodies' ...
of the Home Bakery and .the and St. Augustine, asking for infor-i Judge M.lone.to Judge'' Wills oi of public money. The'primary fighting, say he met near Philippe. lying skround Charlerol show the ferocity '
\ J third'the' po tottlce. Mr. H. C. Stanford motion about business openings in Gainesville, who, declined to act and. election law of 1918 i* n t'a. free from,, vine a Belgian/Acer and the paymaster with.,which the allied French and aL-
t 1 owner of this block of business Kissimmee, the cattle industry, land, the matter wa, then referred to Judge e, ambiguities as- It might be I general of Namur, who told British armies, opposed.the.German ; ', r '
., houI'u.J.,"pf.paripa.torhavetbqn all .etas. ... :These are samples of .the ..Inquiries Simmon portions of it have been held'uncon-I I I him.town 'of Namur had been occupiedby that swept the allies, back into Franc' ?
'. new ,.. +< .: ewi ing. put up. etc.. --o that when the of Kissimmee people. resented the defendant when the case I,'I not ,think these defects,, if' such' they I I I bardment. The ,German fire was so the, lines> advanced .and retreated.
i! Y owh- ter Ti.itor 1 come'hie corher win be. e.oti oo ooooooooooi..o was heard here, demurred to the bill be', are seriiSus and far-reaching well regulated that the first few shot around''CharleroL' the,,town being taken .. '
'in-Mcol panydre.*..? '' ." .. ..- being filed. With the demurrer sustained -,I enongtf"cauee the entire law to fall I silenced Fort MarchlveUte ort the and lost slxt time before the allies ;p'
: ,'.. 'In for the fp11' season SEETHE MILLION DOLLAR,* there need now be no worry before .the.suit of a.taxpayer seeking I northeast and Fort Malteret on the withdrew, The carnage .w fearf uUFlve.riUage ., rrr;
......Mr. 'Stanford hat equipped the dry MYSTERY FILM AT THE if any'.ther'e wa, on the part of the only' to protect the public :treaury. ..1'east. Fort Andey also_/suffered,badly were .burnedT7. T,>
good store with Clew tables. Upon 1 GRAY8TONE THEATER nominees. ; . and therefore the demurrer} to' the bill and was almost out of action. The French swam; : office Ittuedthufollowing -
which to display hIt' stock- to" betterrjdvautafce r 1.*' TONIGHT The text In. full of the decision; i* as' sustained.. s_.r,. ," ? -* The story continue: announcement last >foodsy'
/ andis dIll Vv -" Done this 26 1914. ,. .. .%--J" tt- i
: 'rearranging + .-i I follow*?' v.In August ; - -"The Germans entered the town .' t.
k Department'In')n an attractive t i Other ha'nge*.'will be made to. *('young1 are crowding,the'Casino v j t Judicial;Circuit of the State of Judge Circuit Court in and for;Duval Fort DaVe at the southeast and Fort i of attack having. .owing'to- m-' ,

>mo<)ate the store's" needs and add'; +'eovery Friday night 'to see" tllethrilling -*,.v Florida-';"'in' and for' ;Leon....-CountyONMr10NHATSNOP .-..,..l County" ... -, Florida..... i...,.. ,. .;,' . Wepion. .o.LthL.opposite dda'oiiheM.aae foreseen..:"dif ncnltU.. ,h.v..eUre4, !foo.the a '
N'tutonvenienct[ -and appearsntcer.MRS .- V sensational 1NUUoq'toIO ::;* r" : '<"'. -:;:; OV; _ - - : .f''' .y. '" and the line of forts to the. coyeriftapo.1 tfoll8.' ''; V
1 t lar Mystery picture, 'iIII.' " south still. resist ' : "Wst of the Meua the E nglish'ar F
; HAHIE LOGAN These people are eager'to.te. ,: BOOTLEGGERS FINED "In spite of the,,elaborate preparations my ''on.0111':left was attacked by the' '
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, the picture because?',they .are : with wire eOtaDe1ements1throup r German,but havec1'admirabl.T, bold-. 10'' z t r
reading the story(every week Inl* ; which ..passed an i electrical fines ground.with;traditional stead.

'jN: CITY ON:BUSINESS: ** of the competing Valley Gakette for the;: with 910,000 the idea'cash:: '*O > OPENED tHIS WEEK K : AS OBJECT LESSON current of 1,600'volts and th.CliberSL-:_, .',? '<" - 'S* 't. ... fI

rt prize which is going to be,"paid.* .r i I" r' "* -\ RUSSIANS BEAt;GERMANS;I IN six tiAys. 4!

Mrs>:: Haiti LogatL:'of Lakeland,! for the beet-soluton.1.of,the- mytery.j *,..'*"-,** sunder\ the management of Me. 'Monday t'Judge-T. M., Murphy r?,held ,,,,, T: I
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"' v cWas.,; ;In .the city' .Wedn.s .y..d. engaged ;**- If you have_it'yet'eeq'the> ':* .dames Woodbeck aiKT4Rogero. the new Ia special::session-of the .county court .''fIGtlrt BATTLE;FRONT SIX' MILES IN lENGT ''

f._ workmen .to remodel the building and *.pictures,:'or read th., story-ib; .,*>(f.Bon Totr'list opened Shop and this.dressmaking week iD' the to hear'.the/ease's A>f,'Elmer'Padgett : .*. : \ .:
were
tI r. rat t the, corner 1of whleb.Broadway'she will *.' sure to go.tonight.and then get *j j parlors WUon| building, on' Darlington avexno and Lawrence Sullivan charged with L a- ' bthe'; : tf m 1'i'the': 1 :"':] '
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t1'.'r tnipyja'a1millinery Darlington: avenue,; ; and Women'sMttdy *.a copy of the Valley. Ten': Gazette..thousand and **, *. While aU the furniture and fixture operating:a kblind tiger i,,at- WhJtUer.SherA' Londont.from St.A' PeC.bure.nt Daily Mon. lien err.m'ou\. ......:;,'" ,'cf.. them., ,posi-",
-( .Mail ,
: read.thestory. the Ingram arrested the men early, "
.. to Wear shop tie coming aeaaon.Anrerttre dollar await if '.. are not Vyet.in'plad, shop ., day, the first great battle in the Germancthn"asked'for an i'
in say Th.
nt i le bi gold you '
plate
new glasslfro> .
< ; .*. east Prussian theater of operation
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*;;can solve the' mystery f. eourt'the1'.plead.guilt7.io mlatloe.thath.y night' carQ'.lawa,,- ,
, into thebuilwng"and the interior jrangement' Miltxb* com letedwithin j
Ing put *-'. K.>-t'f'I"' \ : Judge has been fought and,'WOtt by the Rus their dead and wennded. .Taia ,
the charges- Murphy was re- "
Srill receive such renovation as4sWdseary another :'a ..O o. OJC tOO 0. O.! oJ- fined each man |600 and cost or .tan."who'pinN a completevictoryafter : .. .
gave 1'
in such
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to make it suitable for the pished' .artlsticaTIy..and a manner six: days of desperate fighting,, '. :
., them the choice.of six months in Jail- -.woy..rda1'tthe.b&ttI..d.-ddeL .
'ridnd: to CLUB ; *et'' nspUy ttMr-tock' to best : "
GUN <
of,shop Mrs.Logan propose} as : The ;
a, > In. .Her and stock will be . COME.ON.TQUIbAYt advantage - *,, '" T:!i' 4' After two 'cia,.. frantic correspondent ',. put fixtures: : : !! : "The. .battle front' eten4ed.uearlythirty .
V .J\; : ... the succeeded In necotlatIon'f ; n "
.? installed in a fern:dayr and the placefc.wtn I: i \ : +".?H Preparations are being>(made ',to men ; mile .both aid*-et the main .reeda'brthflgth.; RussianaT, _. :
? ; ha en
V Own Club tl_lgnated to ,, their fines and-W ,,
Kisslmmee ,
The rrl.- .
,- : open for business '''on.-or- about IV have.ih* tormaLmiliinel'.openinc.ata $ pay :; t from "-"' .
'' rail iipe- runningfrom'.Eydtknn:
September 1.'....The newhop; .yill be Thursday a. its regular prao nea ;,dato.t, ; ' from custody-by .the,shrift: . way -. day;sight. ermaaIIt I : !' Vt
V : 'week>, The shoot thisweefijwas ".. __ ... .. 'Sheriff '.Ingrom; 'ie. keeping right eD,a town en the Russian border,wesVward. of4ild
< u...'LaM d... t ,"'", tic /Iay::eaeh ; : ""' H ,.' \ '.. . The- fighting began.Thursday fleIdrmyand ... :
) attended and member after those- in the county who at- V ,00bi"ith
,1., W'' largely o..o.o..o.o.. .: men ments, touiling'abmii T > ?
.. :; )VR S OAItR1"" LMI.cot1 NTV.OK 'practicinV Jncreasedrtbelr:/score : ""n .. < ** "oo.j tempttheillegal; sale.of liquor, and'his when 'tl*!Russian attacked ohsGer.mesa took jLati.the...'
,_'" ,JviWL r :...-....;;;: .J .,i.- ... : -; teebrd..u.tWat.torl&y>>.. altsoon.'N eTRUcKVG' Ot :.MEBTING>* arrests and.th.*" heavy fines JudgeMurphy '' ftrst division. ,The force onbothaides' was gunV m fo -part-eedo, .. khpr:;'l90,.,.,
.' L.' Myer ; !velectionheld ;tb.,,.w. or they.have-more;; ,practice contesting '' .Tbe-O ceolaiFrui\and.Tnek.; sees fit ta impose for this offense wer t gradually j increased*,4heCermamE r20Q. ... :..._ .'....- ',( .l_:" .......) .,.
-?. in .' Un. 'last Tn-> .-.n "' ''eoclau.n !meets Sat.;* ,are.-ob { I.lly-havengthree: -armysires : q. -.J. "

:.;"the day,vote the drys beiaerweto woni;>y 191-. f ,.. '4ty .... ., -- ", .. j I :;))1 ,:. "..,1x4"1 j::.tUtF4mw ornln "at ,9:30o'clock>sb.rs....* "wits: lie'.z,. '.W .n 1W.wuit.'t.mptet. '_ _ ,4f t..,.. ..! ...eft.- -.-At: .,1Bambinrlw, "'I".y. ""-4nrr t "Tb."totpdrCerr.Mn'-nUq:: .. ua the

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At a m..t1i8'-of the Kissimmee Gun --:. .D..,Woodbeck"president <&, the
Club held last Friday. night in D. G. Board of Trade,'.. in receipt of a let... ..
Wagner's office, the following officers ter from James-Sk., Clark,: special rep.' t-
IN ADDiTION'' TO PINE CITRUS -I II were elected President J. E. Lup- resentative of the eon. Jidated Film, !-'

p.h'{ a FRUIT RAISED THE GROVE vice-president. Andre', Van der and .Supply company..which letter is '
1 v Meereehj; secretary and treasurer, Gay. of special interest .,.cause ? of. its
i4 ., SUPPLIES FAMILY WITH NINETEEN ; Livingston.\ : reference to, Kissimmee and.the, op.

) KINDS OF OTHER FRUIT At I It was, decided that club members -portunity for developing: the city:br: :,,;
; th ., r musfpty an initiation fee of $1- and improving the lake front;;'. VLtr Clark 1
1 r that the monthly dues should be fifty is an occasional visitor in Kissimmee 4

1 I Two and one half miles cant of KIN oents. It was also decided to employ rwhen traveling throughthis, .section" ;\
& 'i.:,"_ .-t'..mm.. '. located one of the most a boy to be on the club grounds every* of the state, and what he bag to..say'y, 1
: v(beautiful orange graven in this sec afternoon from 2 :o'clock on to look is worthy of ,note.: FollbwingI.; y
: "f; Men of the slate. It consists of about after the trap so' that any member de copy x>f that section of the 'Jette!";cr) 'I'
' 'twenty aCre.! of forty-five acre tract : siring to do' so can go out for pray public interest ,. ;C:> '

.:t' .owned by B. C. )Miller, a well known tice.About "Drop me a line from time 'to tem. i;' I
': Klsftimmee man, and rpnlainx practically fifteen of the twenty-five and-teil 1 me all about your doings as i .
) )) every variety of citrus fruity enrolledwas club members were present President of the Board of Trade, and ,t. I
known.. at this business meeting, and were other things that may be.'of interest. jV
Variety of Fruit. most enthusiastic as to .the future of I have always liked Kistimmee,' and 1 !, ,
.
; \t The difference in this grove nnd I .the organization.\ j from my observation as I .ntfe" travV&
many other beautiful and) valuable) The officers elected form a committee elisd.through the country I oOpH> .poi '. ",''i:
V'r: groves in the county if that along I .to draft a constitution and by. call any.town that has better possibilities '
3 V ,. with the citru fruit i io grown nineteen I laws to be voted on at a later meet-,,1 I for the future than the little .-\<
'V other kinds of fruit making the'I ng. town that borders on the lake with ".r...
place a sort of demonstration farm, ; the long name, and all that it'' needs .
showing what Florida land wtll produce j,,- MAN'S' FIRST WINGS.: I is a persistency in pushing-and pull- .1.K k
and a revelation to visitors unacquainted o I lag and a continued infusion of focal '1:: _
with the wonders. of the The, Pnt effort equfp man with: pride In all your public affairs to v*?
state. Some of the fl 1111' ITHIWII, along wings that he might fly through: the i make Kissimmee one of the famous ''t.
I air rrcm'.t to have been made by .Wat
s with the oranges and irrapi'frult and !! inventor spots In the state. Your lake front rv
E. Delaware ,
Quinl,
son a '
other citrus product nrc-- Two varie-I there Is an asset that is invaluable, ""
machine .
who patented a flying overforty j /
I rr
'' ties of fruavAlo'tuav" *, 1INligbc" '. Jap-i! the American and there are towns all over the oun't
Y -r
,
> )vwnuctrianatP' i I years ago nayK that would give million. to have "'f
y anew per.irnor-' Boy. The Inventor used the bat as I try '
pineapple"" bnlll'''''-. nlnin-.. |I'a'h"kJ! ] his model in designing/ the wings..1 I !it, trat nature has given It to Kialnl.p
pearand unifx"- I'wrKr \ ariotielrfof l machines had been mee aa a free gift and if the waterscould ,'S
j J. E. Neimeyer Buildiut Mitctel and Sprole Street. ] Previous flying
I'fiilijrrnpe- ,
oranges are frronn constructed on the balloon principle, i sPeak; your citizens would hear '1
fruit mandarin1-. tangerine--. kum- 'j but Quinby's apparatus consisted of: ': them murmuring day by day, "Take ;.f
quau., lemon,1lime..' (.t, One mami :, wings twelve feet in diameter and me and this great water front and use .
.> -moth pecan tree loaded 1 down with j 6. W. PERSON RETURNS' DENNIS'BLENIS' DIES ilNCLAlMELUOTf j .oemi-circular in form. The wings were me intelligently and with an eye to '{1
Huttof the paper hall variety, i is were attached to the limbs of the person the future, and I will mako your city .,A
{ proof thnt the pecan cnuld W mined I f AT TILE POSTOFFICt flying! and the motions'uged were, rick beyond the dreams of avarice.: t
profitably, also. FROM TRIP NORTHAfter AFTER LONG; ILLNESS very similar to those used In swim "Fraternally yours 1::
For thirty odd Y' HI--' >I..ror.Ir.: :Miller '' ming. "James S. Clark."I
}' bought this valuable. property; it Mrs. Mary Beasley, Jeff Mobley, \ i
::1 I'ln.law. !M. I' Mrs. A. A, Bronson, Mrs. Rachll B. - -- ,
e wa owned l 10" his flllht> Dennis Blenis, a well known citizenof ,!
:a H. Porter. and the big variety of fruit I an absence of two weeks from this city, died Monday, August 24, j Brown, John Clark, Miss Sadie Collins \ (
t, planted was an expeilmont, of Mr. Por-I the city G. W. Persons, manager of at the age of 72 years, after an illness: Lewis.Durham, Mrs. Mamie Ford ," :
ter'c made to snti'fv hidiwire to I I Iknow the Doll or Limit Store, returned home of., several months. The funeral was ((3)), R. H. Faircloth, Mrs. Annie Y.rt Y.
; what the oil and climate Wouldproduce. 1 1'f Sunday. held on Tuesday morning at 10 o'clockat Greene- Paul Godwin Miss Minnie '>

!During! Ih r- yenr he had' Mr. Persons was north making extensive the Sumner\ street home, and inter- Co.Mre.Henry Murry, Osceola Lottie Mfg. a m I.rn
I Rose Miss
H adiliar to for the fall and in Rosehill Rev.S. Maggie 4
he \.tI ron-tantlv! purchases' ment was cemetery. ."
t3 the place Miss Sellie Willy Miss .I
and m.mlier, <>f tre<'" until, winter seasons and was kept busy all W. Lawler, pastor of the Methodist Rhylanderr ,
the variety
I .
JJS irrov,- contains" trrrtof all\ the time he was in Baltimore and church, assisted by the ReDr.. Loue Williams. '.
Y f? '4 now .the There; ih no MTU, of dil'"ase'or New York\ City. While purchaseswere Witherspoon and Rev. A. M. Chisholm, I| B. B. Simpson; Postmaster. .t
*
; r : age trouble in the i ntirc' grove, /lndevery made in all lines carried by this conducted the funeral services. '
.I insect tree is h..R1I101ld.,1 with fine house, special attention was directed Mr. Blenia was born June 21, 1842, Cure Old Sores Other Remedies Won't Curs .r

fruit. to the purchase of a fine line of dresses In Fenner. Madison county, N. Y. lie The worn c....,no matter of how long Mending. i
x young: Results of Fertilizing. and Christmas toys. :Mr. Persons was served in the Civil war, enlisting in are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr :
l fortunate in Porter Antiseptic Healing: Oil.! Jt relieve ,J
sixteen particularly securing a 1861 in Company K, 32nd Wisconsin
1'T Since buying! the property the p.,. and HcKli .t the tame time. ZJcrSOc\ : ,$ .00
Mr. Miller has devoted complete line of toys, as general regiment. In September? i860(; he ,1.
"} months ago of time and care to the belief is that the European war will married< Miss Emily Ann Jaseph to :;
y "a great deal nfliveh', and as create a great scarcity in this line. which union six children were born. ...
t grove, fertilizing he will have.ext an unusually! big I IJ In speaking of the trip, Mr. Per He is survived by his wife, two sons, You Need Help -"t,
i a reward The appearanceof sons said that it was most successful George O. Blenis of Chicago, and Dennis rrto
crop this Reason. without I in every way, and he -also- spoke most R. Blenis of this city. Also two :
V the fruit is smooth and glossy promises- I optimistically of business ahead in daughters,-.Mre. Jas. Little of Carls-1 Men and women who can help '.:
any discoloration and all lines of trades and industry. bad, New- Mexico, and Mrs. C. E.Kerschener you come to us, we investigatetheir --
and size their
be of superior quality i abilities and list rI.!
to 'I of Kansas City, Mo. : .

f> y' when in A this professional mature.section estimates picker,that well some known will of'i' WORK RENEWED ON I Klssimmee member Mr. Blenis of for the had many local been years.G.a.A.resident R.He camp wasa of, I ed In names.which HELP There we, whether cannot is hardly supply you any are skill-line a : : f.'j';

the trees in the Miller grove(; and the assisted with the burial mill owner, a merchant or a "
,: yield sixteen boxes of oranges",' which RAILROAD ]IN COUNTYCapt. rites camp housewife, we can secure the "
t in our opinion is 'going; some. Little aid you need.
and big trees, old and young, are Write to us.
tree :
'1 all bearingheavily. Even the four C. H. rang, the enginer ELEVEN FO 01'GATORCAUGIIt'N'FISHNET BUREAU "OF INFORMATION, Yes. -Sometimes. It Is-But LookOut
frt.lt. in of the construction of
and five year olds are! laden with : charge Phone 2530, 1016H Frankin St.

Mr.In Miller edition raises to growing considerable citrus truck fruit the from South Whitier Florida to. Bassenger and Gulf, railroad wu in Tampa, Florida. When. The "Bump" .Conies.A .; ;: :
f )[ :
-,and feed stuff. The grove is grass the city the early; part- of the weeken .- .
liberal amount of route to Whittier after a two a
sown lay. and Then-)'Hld.to,make a the place a ,real months visit. in Rochester, Minn.:'.During .Hauling! up monster alligator in' a Get'YOUR. '. HORSES.SHOD'BY. mum' Bay g e ea",sits a walk speadlaf every War fce earn S

farm capable of furnishing an all Captain 'A lronc. absence the Ash net is a rare experience for fishermen as ...., er area before .. fete it-aad ksre a treat' .time .deiaf It,'
around comfortable living for the fam- work of i building',.the South Florida and an exciting one according M. J.. ,MOLCAHY bat ereataaUy/"tit.. ...." trill ".w..' .
and Gulf road discontinued but .
was ,
hundred chickens .
ily, two or three to AlA' and Ben Hansel,' who caught .
are V raised,' a few milch -.add to1 with his return work will begin-: immediately an .11-foot 'gator' in this manner-last 'rie "niaaT', is baud to come 100....'or later wke tka
and he that his force ... .
,x the household luxuries, and a docenbead says Monday and-ba..e him on exhibitionat mlwpeat.dia..d dollars world ce.e into mlckty feed play.
will be steel
workmen againby ;
of laying '
4., of horses supply the demand for .C.- B. Hansel's' place ,here inV the

,... work of conveyance. What more Up September to the time 1. that work was discontinued city. The lime to.throw off the speadiaf habit is ...wstart -. 'A*

could one desire t'GOVERNOR'S six 'miles of the road bed other The fishermen Hensel boys were In company at work with on by depositing jut a little each week ia this baak, ..

from Whittier south, had been com Lake Hatchneha Monday when the : sail see how mach more comferUble and iadepend- 8

REASONS pleted. It this is the persent and complete intention the to 'gator got Into.their net. The eat yea will feel u the habit grows and your doDan
begin at point
line to Bassenger without further) Interruption freedom big fellow, but put the up fishermen a lively'fight succeeded for his multiply.STATE.

TAXES and there is every prob in freeing him from the net and roping
LOWERING
FOR ability that this road will some day him without any more serious mis- m
be continued across the Kissimmee hap than that one of the Hansel men BANK{ OF
and on to the West coast. From was knocked off his feet by a flop of
I Whittier to Bassenger it will open up the tall. After him the
'
T.11aha88eeFla.., August 28.or 'gator's roping
a secion almost entirely undevelopedbut fishermen .Into boat and ', '
some weeks Governor Park Trammell! I rich in possibilities. got a towed 'J" KISSIMMEE
I baa been gatheripg information that him to the Hansel "and Tanner camp CANADIAN HORSE SHOER AT .
s what reduction if where six of them succeeded in dragging

.f 4j y., H., any he may he could!determine make in the State tax 0 OOO OOOO ,rd ooooo tOOOOOOO him ashore and loading McFarland him on J. J. D nn.. Wagon Shop Capital stock ---.---------------______________'_$100,000.00 u'
fish
of the Platte &
.e- The one : .
1914 assessment. 0
.. millage for about the the first of August ORANGE CENTER. 0 wagons for: the long ride to town. EMMETT STREET Near BROADWAY Resources ever ______________________________400000.00
i.\_..:. V -- 'Governor tlon of one and a half mills in the 0 OOOOOOOOO.O. ........OO.'W. It is 4.timated.that-th*.-' ator.will -
reduc- weigh between 1s4x and seven hundred Whenever Yon Need a Coastal Tonic
.... ' was satisfied and he could ordered make, but a to de- are all rejoicing that Europe pounds, and he is fully eleven feet in Take Qrove'a Officers and Directors. ., pension tax so and Florida are so widely seperated. length. It is probable that this "pet" .
Th"e.n Old'feundrd Grove's Tasteless
still further C. A.
.lermine whether or not that Kaiser should} hap CARSON Pest j. M. LEE Vice Pre t.
if German wilf
the State millage could but be sent to St. Louis by Platte &: chill( Tonic ia .eqnallr valuable as a tl
'reduction of for theGovernor pen to take a notlon'to'cron the big McFarland fish dealers for advertising General: .Tonle'''because it contains the' M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest. J
be made, it was necessary into
invasion Orange
time to water for an purposes otherwise the men who wen known tonic properties ol QUININE
to take further county, we are going to pelt him with caught the animal will dispose of him and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives ROMA THOMAS ;
1 data from large Cashier _
gather more definite a onions and sweet potatoes. I ,
l oranges, for -exhibit purposes. oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and ..
'number of the tax assessors. lie asked Our bet is that he will lay down his Builds up the Whole System. SO cents.: ,.. .
the assessors for this informationand arms, for he will think he has reached \
$ > now since receiving reasonably heaven. ; Words of Praise I4rltf
from practically S.'Johnedrf of .
accurate information Messrs. II. E. and J. ,
;', all of the counties, the Governor has Toronto, Ont., have located on their WOnderfUStorllach V ,
# V reached the conclusion that aetlnfe land in Section 85. The gentlemen For Mayr'g I t,
:
to'/nthln his discretion to lower the expect to raise chickens on a large Remedy JI
;State l millage, he will reduce the said scale after getting their land) in shape; . : I rUAR
State millage of seven and one-half They have two incubators in transit "'Ito:; thankful ... are to
; r- 't mills as fixed by law, to five and one- and will add more as the business' yea your for wonderful getting S Remedy.My held of. .

halfmills for the assessment of 1914 grows.Mr. Vrife could not b.,e Farmers '
_4 ,, and has made proper orders covering. A. Martin, of Mounds, 111. also It had aba.but had a abort'not taken time. to your lava Y ,
Bald two mills reduction. Mr. Lee Carr of the same. place, spent ) I Wonderful It.....", when .
1 The effect of the order of Governor several days with us'in Orange Center aha. did. One more tl theae ,
Vi. Trammel'1nYedtutng-the mf 11*B.--isi U1.pait"WeekTber1moatdeeided: naroKyamainajhe wee. i- . .
having would have 1il1le4 -- --- -
h, that.th4' amount of taxes which will to remain here and ,isend for their people her without doubt ,Now
4 i will be six decided to return home d abe ia free from all I .
nearly but finally
.be paid for-1911, ,
t 1 .r'd Good; tool make
...
workmen t
toed
Hundred thousand dollars than until fall. 4M / .. free from heert:
%( .would have!been collected had the Governor Mr. and Mrs. John Hewing of Kis II free Neuralgia from that disturbing

i V allowed. the millage to remain Governor at simmee, ate this visiting week.friends They in find'Orange a the .....1.._ of .of 6.. or five at t :tre.tmate-.eat hundred i Gall '' Farmers 1 Increase the efficiency of: your ire! V
half mills. Center
r 1' seven: and a St_ Now aha. i. able to eat anything vbewaota :
t> Trammell believes in keeping taxes welcome here with all the'old friends and her appetite ra rood and before by giving them food tools.' Doa't expect raw.hand/:.
a" y Mrs. Claude Ha ..lI"- of Pine Castle takins your medicine she II&cI".o appetite and m
reasonably permissible- ,to do well with
low as
u misfit tools wonluTwitkmade ::
as wilt
: of relatives and friends when ate ate anything act would tutttt death a* they
Is
visiting .
.
.
the' necesfary expenses ,
sidering for ao doing-and-could not sleep at night ,
6 ', the Stave government and also thinks ibis week in Orange Center. aince taking your treatment ahe: aleepa well all.1I '?' handy forming tools.. .. e'' '
should not be required Anotlterpermanentisaident arrived ni |Iona. V. A. KKALX ,, ., I....." iX .
\I
the tax payers' lmterh.ald.ma.n.. VfJn 'f" .
.. to create In. Orange ,Centerlast Saturday, in above you more i" '
?_ 't q' large-JIU'1tahiCb.tas.surplus In any as fund, upon the person of a little girl.tht (tWill than Marls V "' tVealrrrei; Bl eoold. aern hey..in..behalf..,.. Sal of* 1 A workman,. Is largely'what.als -tool"maka! bb' '

f$: -which a the State would- get' "only small\ lOOn Mr.be and'saying Mrs T.'papa': J. Stewart.and "mama't,, ". one loren doee should. ahonld.try convince one .....them ef this that Rrmtdy they cat. Therefore, see that ,the' hoes, forks rakes, seyth**,
to -
""rate of.interest. .; : be restore. .to health.: Nearl-all' Stomach! ,shovels '
y 'Will'odl spades, trden forks axes b.oksa
.t, ;7 Mr. Fred Howe and family; Ailment are Gored by the clogging of th. 1-t manure .0
.: PAPER: the of J ,W. Bass this l intestinal withv mueoid and calarrhal. '
v 'MAKING' RICE cup, residence >tract an 11\' tat.sobs and ether hand tool* vhlch mem MS)
t tall will the cretiona allowing pmaonotn- ftuide. Into the your, 4
> ', ,, and "winter. .This put
.. -' Is"not made Stomach and e-thrrwue derangltig U4 dievatf. 1 are the best 3 .""' V'C V
-toVuehooLEnglneen
_ -;; 10 _,,.. .eaDed'lee paper little. Howes closer tyttemMmrfm WeaiterreJ aa..v.ca *.meeXrpamleealy I very .: i<: V
who knows Its name _.... ,
;.c; .... one theee aecretiona .tIaowt.a > ,toi i
1cI bt from the ware white : estimate the 'availablewter _r eaL rieratian and put .. end W Colt
\AoJIII ;" a ..belonging to the power of Oregon as'over,thirteen Attack. G.k.Ia V eke Stomach: and Inteetine; :;r.. . ;, "q, N Ye..can iJways get the, yshat "
and all ef of Stomach.IJer y
ymptoma r
a.ua taiasil,..--n 4oarlab. :-lft Foraewaad ,million horsepower. f { *">11.*Enbaieal :>Ai....t.. 'A k ''tausdrvmlut .
so far .. naturalists hap ebon e*.yr*.. W mm In... IMaainhnoavedr : '
So Brmkley of Magnet:'atr( ; N. or send to.Ceo:. 1(7 ) )life
out'nowhere-else. ; la'tt.:
find.. -
SajB able to C. asserts he baCth.longeat beard to Chemist 154 whiting St. 0....._. &'L. ferfree nsGEQtl :{ :
; :
Tie. steBtt are-laJen boat.b feoohtei _.S-Io..AI..ea and aaany .: HARDWARE\ cO t;
chi '
to China, wWve the the"United :States; ''it trails' Cln' 'the rrMeftIctttere fntaa.oeopJe .wb1, /....' tee* .
alb. from ortHnarylookfna ground when pj oa display.- tLIIt. < ... .t.. _. . .. . ,
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It to audi : : -" ....,. ....... y. -r ., ', / '.. '. '
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E' s CIaiMM for ..:was oae of .. .... ...* mat.:; /.r PPGolr'Sb Irs) L.Ii Bj. : ''IPQVOrzf ash 'fir : ; -
b7 a nails rw1 to .Jrapsov.. .... ass t_ ... ,. . rrV: ; Qf'KISSUJImV' ,
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y .-_ { (10 ors aDd seat's .'.' .,,, &.:: K. II,- . '- u. ."- ; ::,;.; ; . ... ._... : . ._ 'J'fi_ ...'f. : .
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'" f FARMERS CONVENTION ..

.CITY SCHOOLS Osceola County High School ,I .

) Mf TS. IN.fT.WORTI: :'

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; TEACHING; I .J e ,
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',j Fort Worth. Yex": Reat *arn_.:_- '
;,' .. the kind that live la the country, and
JW \ ,1,1.J 'Who .worked,out"'their own problems,1'

: as boys la the hot sun and the cold '
. : '. rain. are coning to. Forth Worth in ;}:
+ t hosts from the four corners of the land
,..-t.:.,. to attend the tent annual eonventiestof '
the National Fanners' Union', that

Faculty, Numbers( ,: Twenty- deners opens September have worked If out ;Ideal\ >
plans
r country life for them'aDd economists
F" : are weaving schemer, for
'. .' Five -Teacliers at, v them, to'get through the wartime tl-
y nandng stringency,,but the cream of'
( \ the rear farmers of the United States
will settle their affairs for themselves'
.,SCHOOL OPENS,:MONDAY.SEPT. 'at. this convention. . .
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14. PROBABLY, SEVEN HUN. Them never was a national farm-. .

'4 DEED PUPILS WILL BE EN: .. era* convention before. perhaps* that"ft ".
'
was:equal in Importance' to the approaching ., 1' .
ROLLED. : Fort Worth convention ao' *...J
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cording to National PI'esident'Charlu''
It is estimated that'at; the A"opening S. Barrett of Union City Ga. who was

of the Kissimmee schools on Monday here recently! to arrange, for. .the. con.; ;
September 14, the enrollment wfll ventlon 'I'7 (
reach about 700, Last yeaVs total In, his nil for."the convention. .
' : -enrollment was 622, but with the introduction tpa i"7 President Barrett said in part. ; .
i of a kindergarten department .. t This.promises to be' the greatest .
v" ,' the increased attendance. this s.i4j meeting ever held by the prganlcatlon.The. .:
r -\ yerW ill likely reach the 700 marx.It .= F entire nation has ,been' aroused :
/' ygTo -rooms have been added to the over what most; people are pleased to. 4"
.;t ,t priniary school to take care of the call the ':rural problem.:' .Naturally, :; .
fI' new pupils in the first grade and spec. .everyone looks to the organized farmer .- -
"" ial provialon will be made for the kindergarten for, hll''O; K. of thesolutions/ offerad. -'
t. .-department All -of the _.;....The-' .personnel-of-ths-' ">" -
: r roomsboth, in the Worth meeting will ,be made lip of""\ ,
;;; school buildings are being thoroughly men-capable of advising and no mem*
'; renovated and put in order: for the. "her who can possibly come should l de-v, "
f himself the of _
new term: ;ny pleasure attending
P r : -- This Year's Faculty. ..t.Ji1.Jn. tlne..M, .... ,
; e The-faculty for the school has been 1FXwrL '
\ :
/ y Each year: a,million dollars1 worth
rr" completed and includes, in addition to c ".
,if .' many of the splendid teachers of previous r of horses die In New. ,York. a
L 'Vo
"'"
: .! several new teachers who I
years
__ Ther. are 1,283,875 registered auto- .
I, come with the very hlghelt'recommendatlone. mobiles In the, United Stats., .. F I
It is believed that the .
k Klssimmee school will have an unusually ., ,Cbtcagohas .. 98,000wvag.-sars.csc;
i" :;; strong corps of teachers the com- k sy a I Ir who are paid. an". average- :< daily: wage,. "..
of $1.61. _
. i icg_term. ? ". IoJ'RUBIIIYTISM'
The will be headed
.;;4. faculty again
. by Prof. R. M. Evans who has been \ :
-" t -efficient. principal for several +

years and who ranks high as an edu- "'Will cure Rheumat&m,'NeunUla. -

\ .'\;' cator. lie is a graduate of the Tampa Headaches.' Cramps Colic
school college xtf Oxfotd, .
High Emory Cute.
'i' Ga., and has taken post graduate .' Spratat._Bruises Burnt Old
:\\1", work in Chicago University. Mr. The frigate bird holds the record Sores Tetter king-Worse,: Ear,
V "I. Evans is recognized as one of the best PASTIME THEATRE TAYLOR'S GROCERYTO MISS BANDYJ1ETUBNS i among the aviators. It teaches a* semi etc. Aatiaeptio Aa.1yte'
'
,;, : teachers of the state and this year "wed
i . he was instructor in sciences at the speed of 20 miles an hour.- intemaUyorexternally.250_ ,

.d,. r. teachers see. summer school in Tallahas RE-OPENS MONDAY i CHANGE LOCATIONG. WITH NEW MILLINERY : ,'" "

.t Miss Almenia Leitner, first alsilt.1'I C. A LARSON. >resident. N.CJ3RYANSecretarykThe

ant to Prof. Evans. needs no introduction The Pastime Theater will.be openedto M. Taylor proprietor and owner Miss Bandy, the Broadway milliner, 'i
4.. in Kissimmee.. She.haa been the public again. on next Monday I of Taylor's Cash grocery store has has just returned from a six weeks Waters& 'Carson
' "!- !' a member of the High school teach- night under the management of G. L.\'leased one of the store buildings on' visit to the leading market of the
.\ ing corps for several years, and her, Sawyer. The theater has contractedfor I Stewart avenue and will move his entire north and west. Tier trip included .
..;i': ability is unquestioned. She graduated the Lubin and Keystone films as : stock to this new location next Chicago Louisville, NaahviUe and. Atlanta -
'J t \,...:I, at DeLand, Fla., and has done supplied by the. General Film com- week. The change will be made withas also a week spent with a friendin '
.j extensive special work in Chicago and pany, and a good bill will be presented! little inconvenience to customersas St, Paul Minn.: '. Grocery Company
.:,. t..' Boston since. nightly. Prices are to be. 5 and 10 possible./ The present store will'' Miss Bandy will have on display at
. .' .. A New Teacher. cents be open for business until the new tone I her opening, the date of which will I ?, . ,
:; ; A new teacher: in the school will be : be announced later ." '. i
,. Mr. Sawyer announces that Monday is ready, Friday September 4. ,'the famous Gage : '
' I ,, H. ,R. Tate, of Tennessee, who was :v: .- J..
I and ]
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Bee .
hats.Invigorating
4 N night all children will be admitted In making the change from North King 't "'hulesalsand Retail.Dealers,la ,
. \.1 educated in the universities of his native free. .4
to Stewart Mr.
Broadway avenue, Tay-
r.. state. He is an experienced Acompetent pianist will furnish I lor will have a more central location -to the Pale aa4 Sickly : .
;: F y --S, : teacher and comes-highly recommend GFiOGERIESflAV :
r.; eeL In the local school 1 he will occupy music for the shows and be in the midst of some of the The 0:4Sta.d.ree'eeerer.treagbhg voiic.e.oui tonic_ :
\ {* < most important business houses! of the oaovs-a TABTKLBas chin
? the position second assistant to toe : .. .
. as WORKER AGAINST M lrierariebce.tbebleod.Mdaild pthere-
'f city.S. .... : '. .
,' principal. WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC AUsetoai..Foad.ttssadeblWre..EooDESIRABLE '4 .t. .<.".. ."VI' '
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.j Miss Clan Ledbetter who taught . ,
., the Ninth grade last'year, has been VISITS KISSIMMEE B. AULTMAN'S FINEENGLISH o 00 to to 0 to ..9: . .to 0 HI C U '.. .0. .... . 0 .l 4,4iI)1 ,144040.. 447r00 0 ;i'Or '
''I assigned to the Tenth grade for the Miss Ine Johanson.: of Chicago, a SETTER DIES I ISo '.; .s.- '. .. .

,... t .coming term and Miss.Louise Clark, worker in,the publicity campaign being , B. Aultman and family far! HOMES w d .BELLt, e.. (O 'r ..i.. .,.. :WELU11e. ." ;- R AI1v i
a new'teacher will have tha Ninth waged against -'tbejdwbite: slave mounrning the death of: their beautiful r ', FOR;SOME' ONE: I .; ...t..+ .r 4
( : 'J rradev. Miss Ledbetter has had a num traffic,.was a visitor for English tter Count Palmerr 4 ', mDES,. 4'e .
;; one -- '
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berf work In the ORAJ-N.; .
stars training two days this week. She is traveling ,
of .
the finest registered dogs in the A 6-ropm 100 ft lot ,
t teachers'school of' aipariso; In I, and over' tie snare retate, visiting practically house ,. .J FURS' :b'
I
'r state and direct descenlant'from theroyal '
Miss'Clark. is a graduate of Tallahas- all.-ih cities and town., and In >kennels a of'England: 'Count SUO'4a.h.. .' :FERTILIZERS. S d. ::.+. ;. .0.. . ,.f:_ .' ,
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each place endeavoring to get in touch Palmer grandmother was 'favoritedog ;AS ro..bunp1ow.147; %,. fulot. '. ... 1 WQOL. ... ..i.I, ,,J,-f"{; . ...f1...... c.,. i.)""
M a < $1.000 cash.. ,. :" ,
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Albino Smith will have charge with leaders of the community and to of :!'IINGL. S, ; : .t.. : ,
of Edward '
King at the time !,
: hj | AIWoom.cotage, closets'and ; J. t' 'I, "
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A" this ,
of theEighth grade again interest them In literature on this subject was Prince of Wales f'1" tae: '
year. She has held this position for Miss .Johanson1: and the" organizations . The dog developed 'pneumonia 'early lots'o.porch' ;? room on, good' 4' ..;.. : ::. .C) . OXES., gfia"S'! AND ,:\4 }
street, $500 cash. , > + ... .. . ., .U ," .
several years and Is acknowledged she represents work on the last*-week," and in spite of ,the'ConBant \.d. ) .t., { :t.w:1dt.P: (#, 1 ,'r'.. . ..
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one of the best teachers In the schooL, the l'7that,, knowledge of the.white attention of the veterinary," Dr cloee. An,.in elegant, $1,600 residencemodern cash. ,. ", .' .e4i\.OR'.G.'VD.p" .. ..' .. ... .. .: .".""\.. .." :<'' ,"+:..: . ," \. ">1 t. --
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.. MIss,Smith is a graduate of the Osceola slave traffic is a> .means of preventing Richmond, and members of the Ault ..
,: 'A desirable bungalow; well'urnished t'"IGriJ.3L:: CRATES ,O 4 ? M+"
. High school and has done nor- its spread. man amity, he died last'Saturdaymorning. ? COUNT1t ,
.' Miss Johanson's work In Florida ; terms to suit pur. 4 0 .
,,- mal work through the summers for .,No ordinary dog burial was'en9ugh
baa> been 'generally approved of and chaser. l> CRATE NAILS. 4 0 f'Rf.P'UC) !
a
;: J many years. :for 'Count Palmer A coffin A modern 12-room house, uit- .. L
of.the her credentials are endorsed by many 0 O 4. ,
Fntch
m rr Miss Emma graduate was made specially for his remains
,d e". Hampton Fla. High school; returns. prominent citizens 6f the state, Including and he. .was burled with tender care. able rooming for and two boarding.families, or for + eo..40404004404. .4e44...... .- 4' .$, .''I:44M IiI

d this year as teacher of the Eighth several state officials, ministers - 3 ... .f. :, .
: ; ? grade B. and leading business men in towns\ LIVINGSTON ,&TYSON : 1 Ask Mrs. Summers. -flt 4leld and garden/ reeds of:all kinds, I.' '' t'::11

Seventh Frade Teachers. she has visltted.MEDALS :i ilw FISH HUM 1 ? '. Mr iffve speiial attention to' B.tlo. out tuiallnjc: ,a...J; 'rmnplnr 'parl'rav

Miss Frances Langston and Miss AWARDED IN G. C. LivingatOn and lath Tysonare About Location and Prices.Have .1'I rpr delivery( In city llmllii. Phone No. 12. r'Z? ';tee .

Yw, Lola Lawler will be in charge of the CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOL members of a flew busmexs: firm iY a small tract of real are county'arents for *aoA fertiUzera. 'Ask VII hi drcvlars'aa4. r;
w Seventh grade. Miss Langston Is already being organized to do wholesals flea;;; X orange lend, only $:u0; per sere t i..irrnn t'rllliz..r". \ ' 'rr .na
known here for her excellent Of the large:"number;;; of memberswho business. The )ta hu'oh' warehouse 'j- Terms given if desired. -* :c. ( ... -.-- -- -_.---- :

7 ,. work as a teacher. Miss Lawler and received holy communion at mass has been leased by the firm an doper- X 608 Pen field St., .one block t. -
14; v her '.iste't-.JIIsI Lottie Lawler who in the Catholic church last Sunday ations will be directed from headquarters f west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde. i '
o 1wIIt tech the Third grade B are new morning, three were first communicants established in that building. I tf| the 2nd avenue west of court- :' FLORIDA AND :
teachers but are not strangers. They Jessie. Parker, Helen Schmidt, Livingston & Tyson expect to open for i > house leading south). {S MEA' T'S'\" .
;T both are graduates of Southern col- and Leo Canova. business about September? 1. I I ,WESTERN"Hello ;
done considerable normal At the conclusion of the instruction/ ; ._ 5 e. e Ie , t t f &...0. .. '
legehave . ... .. ...... ........ J'... ..
s work, and have taken special courses given by the pastor. Father Fox, to --- oF __._. __ .. 1"" . .. . ., .
+d .. In the Woman's 'college Tallahassee the Sunday School pupils, on Monday 000>00004 O. -In charge *f- the Sixth grade will morning,.. prizes were,' awarded _for v.
y :.t bei Miss Cleo Wooldridge and Miss highest annual marks to the following: ONION SETS
'at .Jean: Thomas. Miss Wooldridge, who Leo Canova and Rosa Fjnocchiaro silver Now is tho time to begin planting Onion Sets. Considering the ,
,... is graduate of Tallahassee, has been emblems of the Sacred Heart of present prices of Onions, there is every indication that they will Be an ;. 1i
.. :.Va teacher here for several years, andy I Ib Jesus; Miss Frances, Trsss, Miss Elsie exceedingly profitable crop to plant. .
"' Miss Thomas a graduate of the Ipcal Diets, Master Paul Bdrtcs. George We Quote: Qt Pk. Bn.

t ; ': .chool. Dietz, Charles Rotonde., James Dictr.goldmedals : Crystal Wax Bermuda ___________,..___.?_,___ .20 1.00 3.76
!, .1' Miss Harriett WUcox: and Miss Myr- Louise -Rogero and Jessie Parker j' White Bermuda ?--_.,--____.-____-________ ,20 .90 8.50 ,
' tle Bobbitt are members of the teaching of the Immaculate' Conception'I Red Bermuda _______________________.t___?_.._ .20 .90 360 < .
corps again this year and will of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Whitat I Silver Skin ___________________.__--_ .15 .76 2.75 ,
' : i- have the Fifth grade. Miss Wilcox iso teachers, Mr, A. Tress and Mr. Chas. Yellow Danvers _________________.........--_________ .15 .75 2.60 ,
'c ,. graduate of Overland college Ohio A. Tell are to be congratulated for in White Multiplier _____w,__________-_-_ .16 .85 8.26
; work accomplished
i of the GainesvilleHigh the excellent .. Parcel Post Per 6c 20c.
and Miss Bobbitt School during the past rate, Quart, ; Per'Peck
',f ".>' schooLk the Sunday Write for fall price list just issued. _

i + ., Miss Louise Thomason in charge of year. :? KILGORE SEED COMPANY ,
+- the Fourth grade A was educated BUILDING .BIG BARGE.C. : f
'f 'ben and In Texas. Miss Cecelia Ov- Buckels is superintending the Plant dtr.. Florida. '.
"'" Is +. . .. . .+
.. entreet. Fourth grade B teacher, a construction of a large barge l 15x60: +
1 I ri extaate of the local school feet. to be used by the May: Lumber :

,. ,.iThe Third grade A will be taught company in transporting lumber from: WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
Miss M. Cv Bryan, who needs no the sawmill across the lake to the com-
,' r' mmendation. She has been In pany's planing mill in the city. The FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE! FOR 11J1IYIDRIUTT OF'p'ItOR10A. _ .
tr'; ,' -ebarR*-ofthiagradefor_ many years work of building the barge is being \VOMEJT.-TALLAHAISBB. - 6AINESYULE.COLLEGE .
c :'and ie one of the most beloved teacher )I done near the city dock and people OF ARTS AND SCIEI ht College. and Dlvtsloni: LIB 1, .
i r in the school."Misses I who pass in-that neighborhood: .. watch ENCE; NORMAL SCHOOL; SCHOOL ERAL. ARTS :LAW KNOINMCRINO '. r.-:;
Clara Stute and'Medora Rda its progress with interest. OF MUSIC; SCHOOL Of EXPRESSION: AGRICULTURE); TEACHERS' COL-; ;'
SCHOOL.OP ART EXTENSION DIVISION LnORI: EXPERIMENT STATION; BX-' .

-I. .THE DIFFERNECET ' gymnasium; GRADUATE with swimming SCHOOL pool Modern; ba.- TENSION Ten sew brlok) balldlns ORADUATB*. be- .. IVt 'if-you're' I; : tired out tf "c'O'j
stormy
their successful) wrok of last 1 Mrs. Beat.-Tell the gentleman .I'm .tball and t.nnl. court; new and aide. gymnasium, swimming pool andm04.rn !f. IF ,
peat not receiving today Nora. bulldlnr: beautiful campus; many subsidiary bolldlnv. sixtyensdormltorl. ...
1 ,..r. I I New Maid.-But he iin'tdeliverln', .. have all modern convenience (officers Inetruotor, and alstaati: .f. want to"Mrs time well take your meat '
0tit' _" Primary Grad L new dining room and kitchen yeans 4Hn from 4T Florid eonntle '
For years the difficult First grade mum; he's collecting most hrslenie In Florida; 411 young and 14 tatTandorelsT. coaotrle* Is This .order' over :the: winaodMlect. FIN E I' : +
wom.n from 41 counties. and IS states Iat<*.**. '
s; ; bas been in charge of Miss Emma j She-Ob. dearl) I forgot to wind last *..*lon. < TUITION .BOARD AND HMTRAMCB 'Ct1'i'81t1i"OIL. ,PBOtoTT'and OBLIGING': ''
' Yowell ,and her assistants this year my ankle 'Watch 1 TUITION FREE In Coller and Normal ....EICS-'U.L.-rWflt .. '7eei. '
.
rr ,"." are Miss.Ruth Clark and Miss Justine v: "-BeAllowmeertbat. is-did tor -the SchooL rear (114.Board For and catalogue entrance' ...fees.r:... today' (or eatalosni,9 .. -- , ; The 8EBVICB Try phone! orin_ ; person Sees hand
known '
well
Safford.v. Miss Yowell Is so T *, A-i'A. UUKPHKBBL;; PBXSXDIQfT: '
BO WARD CONBADI. PRESIDENT '
you o.
.-'t; ,.:v ..m bandtrlth MEATS:
HIGH
that her"'ability is generally recog-f ,, :,o r Q E
; .v: .... Miss clark taken'special work' to fit.her'for'kin-: . ". : '
"prclate Butchers
,Bleed, and 1 ... ? ; ,
-- - Prices the> FAIREST TEST US. Ai
, 4 .and ., .In town.:. .
f l tf''halls from Oklahoma tea grain"- dergarten teaching. .' ALL FLORIDA SOIL,NEEDS LIME.IU ., s. ,. s
': '. 1 ate of normal, schooL -Miss Safford.,) Mrs. D. M. Cook who will teach. expression _ : ....... afar IUvery. b. -aare-rr; srv. tee par -< .M 4*..r ed't1 "v.-i ; ' y
r t who is of the old teaching corps,T. agraduate aDd,Miss Myrtill F. Beals, eYM7 __ Oar UUeM to wt MMtte ..* WU.L JTOT RELEASE THE AMMomArtmtm r
{ of Osceola High schooL, [ music, are /comparativestrangers _...... I. ... .. mmmmttty .m mtmmt latDbw*a 'W* .....-.*. UMte* PARLOR MARKET PEOPLES'' :.MARKET'''
Kisshnmeev but ............a ._ ... mmt mvUmtmttomm. Ask ... a f .
teacher in a hew department in; they N tm IT **Iy m r.s ... T ....-
new '
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H '. wfll :.Bnth.Sutler In charge of' com* highly ,recommended.teachers ..K.l.. O* It t4.7. ,P1aa 11L:, .1N.w: rJ' .......4... .Ili Eresdwsj. ;> I

'''' -the 11d derMIu garten. She .. a local girl' and exponents,of..their" individual _ .BLOWBRSIJME. AND PHOSf HATE.*COMPANY; .... .--.l'L; Powera Proprietor.' ,oW..,.., '..' !-'" -'PO'" "
: ,''a graduate of the High _school= and has,: **, ; r ,.mCFT.? .*CU',',. v 4 _OCAtA,,a'LOaIPi1'S. tL-e s ",, '
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;l'('I'V..II;... 'PRInXT. ovYrcm IN ALLEY ,GAZETTE:. BUILDING, If VVorner 'iHC d Something' to .Say About' :the i 'Saying4boutthe! : ;:.

... "J IMMEE. 08CBO: .. COUNTr. FLORIDA., : 'a

w'. .W.B.s' n.+P HARRIS. ts .. . .' . .. .I'--. ., ,-. Owner-. .Declaring; War 'There :Would Be No War Valley -Gazette, !'

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t I'T.:; *., ....I// THANK, YOU.. *
: B8 IPTION RATES On' v 34 e -Cll&PJ', six ,.taonth..,.....".__. _.. ism. On o p)". thrc. monthfiaTbr ..-.__.* .*. moat advanced step last w ek when 1"1''

f,4 ; : : . .. It produced an original cartoon by h"s';
.AJ1' communication 'exe.pt from, our" authorized correspondent;. .u.t./b./ Gordon Nye ? Mr Nye is considered .'
t ; I, i. .s,.. R. (h* writer.will" unl. .. called for one of the foremost cartoonists of ,1y
j ct4,matter not b. returned fL
." 'w I.. : i is the day, and is on the permanent staff :{;t''
Gazette. '
of the Scraoud '
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IC ;XnUred at the .totrlo.ln KlMlmme Florida.. a* second .. _
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., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1914, ;; /' The-:'editor'of',.the Kissimmee Gazette

., .:=-, =-.,._-,=-_ = ',' ;; ',.:, :... :,=-Jo..,-i.-". i yr f : recently remarked that the editorial .' .a'
page of a newspaper .wasnt
t 7; & worth a darn,:or words to that ef. .-
: feet, and to hurl
cI two
l-J.is'tl The National. Defense LeagueWants column broadsides of>carefully prepared .' ,:
*editorial utterances with every' .i
Your Mon So Come Across I r V. : \ Issue. Why such an expenditure of -$'}
y. : ::_ I_ LakelandNews.ammunition if. it is all wasted :
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_ .,' The,following i i. part of an entertaining. article .republished. from the Orlando Ii THE GAZETTE-- IN' NEW YORK. jy
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Reporter-Star! : The Thomas Advertising Service of ;- j

; Some patriotic and publiC"spirlted' or woman In this city Is Jacksonville one of the leading advertising l
the National Defense League. to head a movement to organize i firms of the State,, hat a full .t,w
a branch of the League here page, ad. in "Printers Ink/' in which ? ,
The League, which was founded by prominent Congressmen and I this agency calls the attention of.the "
t others in Washington, V C., in 1913, ban just launched a nation-wide advertising public, and especially of ..
; .. 'f"r"'y campaijrn branch organizations in every section of the country. \ advertising agencies, to a list c&up-to-:
Y While the National Defense League striven to strengthen all forces /I the-minute newspapers"prlntfJfcTthe1',' '
fi: which would make the country better prepared for war, it states in its r names-of twenty-five newspapet'l.pub. ". i
constitution: "This league abbors war and believes in universal peace,' lished in South Florida. Of course, the .
,*. but it firmly beIWVt'ittnat, preparation for war i ia th.,best guarantee of Valley. Gazette was Included in the i't, t
.w',J peace." The Thomas 'Advertleing-Agen_
i In view of the suddenness of the gigantic European war now raging 4 : Icy deserves the thanks'of Florida pub- 4
""I' It behoevea every patriotic citizen of the United States to critically examine i Ushers, in as much, as this kind of advertising -
the position his.country now occupies in relation to any sudden 1 : ,. I J helps all Florida newspapers 1
4t .: attack which might bo made in the future on It-an attack which might .
'. come with the suddennohH of the preaent European conflagration. r3.Sta CAfJ WE LIVE' UP TO THIS ,
' The United State i I" not prepared, if it were attacked tomorrow, Gordon Nye is editor of The Kissim
V to.defend its territory or its citizens. An attack by any first-class power w I' mee Valley Gazette This paper has had :i"
like Japan or Germany, if made, suddenly, would find the United *rta I some notable editors in Its history of W' '
States totally unprepared for the blow. Disaster to the country would i /. . usefulness, but it has remained for .
r swiftly follow such a war-loss of territory, sea coast cities bombarded, y I the ingenuity of Nye to produce probably I I ,
our merchant marine swept from the seas, loss of Hawaii and the Philippines the best weekly newspaper in :*
'"r ', 1 this 18 the speitre which today may loom large and terrifying -N. Y American. I the United Stat ll. He is the Brisbane ;C1. *,"'
,. on the horizon tomorrow. of Florida, his editorials; betng full ot "-!
i h This shows the real' The women'and children i, th 'ueht and information, and the gat-; E
+ The annual fit about battleships is now being pulled off and on account picture | up of the paper resembles the metropolitan w .;, II of the European war it is being pulled with mote than the usual fervor and the dailies. Mr. Nye is a splendid- fy
battlefield. Here of
,t :' nation is urged by a hypocritical league to go mad about it. defenseless condi- the battle are left to care for the wound- cartoonist and The Gazette readers v.*

f } tion. life and death is fought to its I have talent the in pleasure this line.weekly of seeing his a,.

1 Admiral Eat 'Em Alive issues the customary solemn warning about our ed and dying, to fight against Nye \\s- one of the most Incidentally energetic,,Mr.affable i4**

-, terrible shortage of battleships and General Flathead assures us that our coast bitter end. and altogether likeable newspapermen 4
defenses are a joke. starvation, disease and death. in Florida and Kissimmee Vis

v This article sent out by the National Defense League demonstrates that I i fortBnate in getting him.-The Vi C
This is the battle without State ;
Europe is far outstripping us in the number of battleships and that the United THISISTHEREALWARhope. .
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it; States army has lost its place formerly held in comparative numbers and ef I Old leather material, which finds Its 1'I.
f 6ciency. And that .if we were drawn:! .into the European conflict we should be I way into the waste pile, Is extremely ,.

a pushed off the map. The husband and father is No drums beating trump- I valuable many other and shapes.returns to It our is soaked homes in in ,
c'-t' f: Then there is Japan- Hal I Ha! (meaning "bitter laughter). Why with I water lo remove the dirt and all the "

a y Japan we are not one, two. three. Thanks to the niggardly' policy of congress -sent he knows not ets sounding on THIS battle- nails and threads are picked out, and
we have allowed Japan so far lo surpass' us that at any time we may expect away I the leather is reduced to a thick pulp, -'

+ -sr i to see a triumphant Japanese fleet. in the harbor of Frisco levying tribute upon why, to be murdered. .field. (are from made.which wallpaper, screens, etc., t'

our proud nation.
j'. fI Ah ha! What do you think of that. We guess you would find out about -" -- .. .- A

4 'a 4', these things if you awoke some morning and found a Japanese fleet in your 1

r back yard:!, pointing its guns at your window. Then you would be sorry for all 1/yprocrite.Hearst. I Shots at 'Truth"",
1; Your indifference and neglect of our national welfare, and then remember it ,

w would be eternally too late. Indeed yes, too late. Your proud country would LEST WE FORGET- DIPLOMACY is the science of dodging truth. G

i then be under the iron heel of the Japanese despot and the Japanese flag Perhaps nothing has been more noticeable, since the declaration of I a tny

,a Would be flying over the headquarter of this noble and patriotic National hostilities dally where in its Europe.editorial, than policy the general is reflected tone of in the its cartoon American service.press, spe. I ONE man's fortune is another man's misfortune '.f'!';'.*
Defense Washington where hushed forever would be the dulcet :
"t sue at Almost without exception these pictured expressions show the major ,:t,,
i ?u tones Captain Hobson and Julius Kahn. We guess you'd be sorry then.. sentiment in favor of peace. i POVERTY and contentment never make good bedfellows.
And those Japanese are not to be trifled with let us tell you. Hist!IHayen't Throughout the length and breadth of the land is expressed a depreciation I t.,
of the stand token the andjhe of the rtr9
by : coun-
powers press :
you,been,told about how Hawaii is filled'witk'jaapaneee spies disguised try i. unanimous in ita advocacy 101 peaceful measures,. I JJ'3/101 I the disgrace of a wrong act that haunts man; its the disgrace rof
r ; as skullery/ maids and how some dark slight they are going to rise and murder Not only is this the natural expression of a neutral press, but being'found out a,.''itl
t all American in their beds. We guess you will be sorry enough when that underlying these concrete evidences of the trend. of public opinion is a e (;'...,
very general evidence that the American people are'opposed to warfare.
happens. This is in direct opposition to the sentiment of the American press ITS easy to believe there is a bette rworld than this. One would hatexa
;? --- -Then ,there i i. Mexico, and Continental Europe; and trouble for, us .only a few months ago,;when the jingoes were clamoring for War withMexico to think there was a worse. ,,

_+' ,f everywhere Nothing but rouble. Gee, but the Whole world I looks.blue and ..-Pensacola ._ urnaL '- ... , s ,'"

b-,, K 7 'dark.. Well 'spoken,and Hle.t.we'forset" let'as"recall the'fact'that the Yellow THE world needs more deserter*.-more deserters' .fronT the:rank* 'of the :
,tWtiat'shall do about i it. ask)' Why. that's easy. Just write the musket worshipper ,
; we you Kid-William Randolph Hearst-was the chief jingo of all the fool jingoes. l u ? *, ,
ptA >
8.) secretary: of( ,the. National Defense League, Washington n,' D.'C.. and! enclose a Hearst the great patriot who ,woUld have sent the flower of American . ,., ,"', qH .. ':\.,!" ':, ., j' 1..J

i3 new' crisp. tw- "greenback: and he will! tend you a beautiful red memf manhood into Mexico to be murdered and -eaten by buzzard-in order.that SYSTEM of l aocl 'ty'under. which one:man'. 'rights"are" '.Another: ; man'*. '
3 ; . .
? : bership' certificate which you can frame and hang on .the wall and point to with his interests might be protected., :7 wrongs need.-overh u1 Da.- " v- '

av *; pride. It will be proof that yon- are"& patriot and that the noble sercetary At the time Hearst with hi. selfish motives was using his string of powerful .. -t*i

played on your patriotism for love of country to the tune of a nice new tWQ-< I newspapers to whip Wilson into line he proudlY' boasted in his papers that 1 DID? you ever top to think that the only! men in the world whoever 0 2;
dollar bill. Oh, its Will be of the suckers? ""l helped civilisation take
V a great game you one he had One hundred armed men guarding his Mexico property. Of course i a step forward were law breakers) Ti so.

The Hysteria Mill maintaining one hundred guards was rather tough on the Yellow Kid's pocket- i.
We write this editorial as a warning to Florida editors so that they may book and for that he wanted. American rushed into Mexico to
troops .
fi, nol 'fall*' for the column and half of guff sent out by this National Defense do the protecting. It reason would have been much cheaper for him you see. ::1 Uncle Sam Wants Better Children I ftfi

i'' League H eosts real money to set type and it is better to devote .such val- and thousand of Mex-
It is said that Hearst owns one hundred fifty acres
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L',, L_ uabl/ space to information about the culture of citrus fruits. The Federal Department of Labor has
ican land. His Wall street friends, (the mea who are baying his magazine established a Children Bureau I .
ij4.; Somehow this defense league has a hard time to get anybody to listen Hammond to teach parents how to care for children and has t!
.the
bonds) Morgan. Kuhn. Loeb & Co.. John Hayes Guggenheim,j just issued a booklet on V
+ 'tlf j a*) *
Alive: and General Flathead bellow but nobody outside of the foolish house For time Uncle
some Sam has
; their I paying considerable '
railroads lands etc. They were unable to operate holdings on a profit attention to the 1
(teems to give a whoop. revolution. So for the sake of improvement of hogs, chickens: and live stock
able basis so long a*,Mexico was in a state of as well as teaching us how to yp;
tT We understand hat the congressional mails are not burdened with fran- tried force Wilson spend millions raise pumpkins and potatoes, and it.is '
profit Hearst and his gang of buccaneers to to I encouraging to find attention now being, \{\
t ran appeals for more dreadnoughts and that the chances for future larger army of dollars of peoples money and to sacrifice thousands qf American lives turned- toward improving the human race. '

and navy appropriations are'slim.. The controlled newspapers however are to maintain the arrangement by which Mexico had been bequeathed in perpetuity i i3..
._.. "iti.. ikd.with' gibbering"clamor about the imminent peril i in! which this country to Diaz 1y-these-Wall streeteeonomicTnastersrNow (I --. --'--- ,' I
Is 4 . ' ..., 1 'Ja\aQda however that a great, conflict is raging in far-away Europe-at aplce Letters To The confront problems IL'1'Owththat J
*K secured that new pitching wonder from Kalamazoo. has lose-all I'of his deplore the you from time to time. <* ;
where Hearst
to
'nothing newspapers
f f A* to the origin of this hysteria one might think that plain enough With beat wishes. for. the State *f v, >
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. ; : war and his chief editorial writer. Arthur Brisbane.is busy hurling page editorials Gazette Editor, Florida, I am, M
'i Zfor anybody to perceive. Here as in England and Germany the whole Scare at the follyand wastefulness of war. Brisbane calls it "Civilization at Respectfully, if?

,. .r4i. adriotly engineered by the firms that have war munitions to sell and the firms war with itself" and no one doubt the truthfulness of his statement ; SAVE GAZETTE ARTICLES. J. C. YoungM'av'

.,that get the battleship contracts. The more scare the more conracts. Good The point we are trying to. bring out is that'all of Hearst's opinions are i Editor Valley Gazette: Minneapolis, Min.-, -Aug. 14. .
business therefore demands plenty of scare and the controlled newspapers readily pocketbook opinions. Had the United State gone down into Mexico and set : As I am about to write a paper for CONGRATULATIONS I?;

supply it. Then the- small city papers innocently print this scare stuff because all of the Mexican revolutionary patriots to work on the rock pile-then "The-Floating our Literary Laborer club'on," I the would subject, Editor I want Valley to Gazette: >\ rc
very
( ,I'' it is considered good copy. Hearst would have proclaimed it a "patriotic war waged to- preserve national j| much like the article printed In your Gazette. congratulate t seen it you for a on the fj,
ii> The whole thing comes down to a commercial l proposition. Get a goods in 1912 that year
up I about who
y honor, etc., etc. ,. visited tramp or so until lately It's by all odds the &
t> j.scare and sell.a lot of guns and ships. Do you', see. it, son? been for Hearst's pocketbook. 'Therefore your office.I best weekly that comes to the Sun f'
would Rave
> '-#+ *> Suit a war good ave eomthing about every week office and better than It has ever \'
t he wanted War every day. Just had to have iu He cried for it morning, noon from the Gazette, which I think will been within my knowledge.) .' J
But whatever else do today, don't forget to send that two-dollar bill'on 1
you and night in all of his newspapers from Boston'to Frisco, and all of his "extras"between I> be of. use in our club work, but this Yours very truly I a
Washington. The patriotic league needs the Just to have it. I
to money. got War-W.r-Wart! was printed before I went into the J. D. KuykendalL5
,. 'OFcoune two dollars wont buy very much patriotism, but an Easy Mark,'.here regular editions yelled. I work, Clearwater, Fla. i
....- and':an Easy Mark there arid an Easy Mark yonder all sending in their two Now that a terrible war is destroying Europe-but which doesn't affect We think the Gazette a Very up-to- ( *' ;:
r.'e ,
the Hearst's interests-why Hearst'is against war. Yes Sir. dead against it. theminute.paper, and look forwardto SOCIALISTS I IN .EUROPEMftit: 4:
dollars will soon make a mighty pile for the benefit of patriotic National I every week. ,

,r : --'-. i." Defense-League.. ._________ __ _-_----- Hyprocrite!_ _.' ______ > ,. ,. ,arti. Thanking you in advance: for too The word went-forth last "week ,*...,. '
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-- -oc4aliUB-of
; - -Europe wei*-exegtmg '
i Yours respectfully, themselves to intercept the horrors of ..i1p\
::1' I Mrs. L. R. Penhallegon the greatest war of Earth .Germany i
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.l.' Bulkhead the Lake I Editorial ..ParagraphsBrussels Owatonua, Minn., Aug. 15. French officers, who had been captured by"; 't
I soldiers, explained that:they"
-,":: I maintains a .school :for gravediggers which men must 'pissthrough ]I A NEWSY P PAPER. had surrendered because. : they: ;were, .:

_". ,J: J >qe, :The city fathers 'have-authorized the city attorney to draw up a' form of to Jake up that 'occupation.; Ought to'be doing a rushing business. Editor Enclosed Valley find Gazette money: order for one week socialists a French and opposed soldier who to war.has',taken This -<, a"

f ., /;contract covering the city part of the bulkheadmg and the fill to be made on right now., year's subscription to the Gazette. many prisoners reports that instead L
., ; - ,tcity! property.This ; ,. ,. Credit my account with same. You of a gun when he pea 'scouting for ,;<.|
v '"f i. in the right direction, Daytona has one citizen who put up $5.500 so that {the city may have have a good and. newsy paper, and I prisoners of war. h. takes a big stick4 s
a step
rn c .s:. : like to read..it, of bread and the Germans follow him** '
c'' ''Ii- .* '-. Kissimmee will come into her own just as soo'a.: thebeautllul, lake }t her'front Saracina's Italian band'throug'la the winter'- season., That ii',lhejK. >rl-.of "civic JX Yours respectfully into camp. These,items. U true,':put..t.,

1', .,. ,. door i Unmade accessible, and transformed into; a playground, for. the pride"! that'count" . '. :.thousands of,tourist* .who: come toFlorida every winter 1 :.' .* .Bensonf 'Neb.. 'Aug. '18.',, man desertions.byiurrying'Into.the* r 'j

.? l" "- ,Anda wintef. tGUnst.'cropJis-ol\e..of'of'the'thing'that-Kissimmee: T,While' -,the'price'of,neirlr'werythi) sg'ha. Advanced'on account-of. the tficES.THE BOOSTER SPIRIT camp of, tb.-enemy: 'to.-escape the.; U..:
. wrath of
the Kaiser while they at tjiejusama' ; .. ..'Biilkheading''the; 'lake, building': beautiful 1 parkway, 'and..providing jwatertsejkiporUUon war U might be well to call attention to the #factual, POSTAGE STAMPS Editor Valley-Gazette: '. time- put.. themselves. into..tine--;'
_ ,;-..:t***.. : to"points'"down' the slate 'are'some "of'the ,inducements that will ARE STILL BEING SOLD ATVTH&OLD? ;: ; PRICE:., Will.some bright Florida Enclosed find check: for' $3.00 in good graces of. .the enemy... If.the secialists .F." >.rah

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: t Keuse;' ood.business; .Pkn ,'o!)!loDe)"':in'eirculationi: .' and ,P..apefityfor! each It', I"-sit .a who Jiret in Kmimmeef *. YT. ". mosquito: found 'eh've'on: his'property., :If such;Ta.law+;existed in Kissimmee and ,greatly: admire"-"::your 'With'practically no tools, a;rabic lit
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w I'l I I year;; atuf' tVe' never. beeix', .able'A to I ? ". .- moments ....... He iras a brave'young- mobile';.which, bo was expecting.: :He i. .

$ 0._ FOR fOO WOXD3' save m"cent" .I' mate good to look at witty:, and always was rather dnmfounded whoa se' say
The Million Dollar' )"'.t. -' Jones '.- never'really. tried.." '' cheerful. Why. shouldn't 'she that it was coming from the city; not N-<
'f .to,.,. will run for t wen ty-on.oonseutlv'wks'4a -. repliod ?, with a glance at hl; 'Tune Ezfended'for $ lving' like him; vn' Jones, liked,'hint- going toward it. ,

... :. arran fi.ID company with It.the has .Tanboqser been-- in outline; a'little careworn perhaps, body.' I It did not matter whether It told him enough) the handkerchief ;

i,; 1 nauepossible: not only to read but free .from any indications *f' : the story la-tuts. paper bat also to,. eap.tin-"If I bad as you:, ; view: was farthest from her youthful for the but.' - ?j, >j
> Bee It each wk.at the Orarstutr did I'd have made remand solid '
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1 use thought 'U was own affair; b. The man before'tha Ee
of ; hu\--reaji.ec
k Casino For tb. solution this by
.er : I
myaterr story $10,000 will be r of the great men, I net I'd have made i . 5 Fiveeddays ,. < this time that ho had mad a mistake "'

.riven.. .,Jf '_ r financiers help me to invest my earnings w* "' The Chicago-TribuD*, ,Chicago,,Aug.:1*..1IlL' later; .. she and the rid Ho attempted to reenter the but and ):
'CONb1TIONn> V1mNINO THE or savings little as they mijrht' : Ing'm.lter'were' cantering along the
: defend It till hit I
'.. -' v" -- --CONTEST,"_ be/-*And.today. I'd .be living. .on tho.in- ManagingEditorTh e Valley,Garette;;'Klsslmmee, Fla ; road, enjoying.ev.ry bit of It, they Ions prepare hove in sight But Florence compan..1. ,,-' .
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recoaiclng -
r .. The 'prl.. of $10,000 wlll"be"wonby eome" 'Dear.Sin-number of newspapers*base"itarted'prindng the. heard the beat! of hoofs behind.. They Nortop, held the'door with alt& '
h _' ;' th... the man,most woman-acceptable or child solu-whowrit. "You never can'telL' ;Perhaps a w oS.,; Bullion Dollar* Mystery. somewhat'later, than was anticipated, by our drew up and turned. A rider was ap strength.The man marled and *. 1

' [, ;, tlon of the mystery from which man might have, made:you think:;o f; f original plans,' The. first chapter of the ,story was due to be printed reaching them at a 'un.It. was the turned upon Norton only to. receive..-. ... .;!\
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, "' ,.\;tb. last two reels of motion plo those hangs; but if you hael'emained I I j.on o Sunday June. 28th and.the rest'of the chapters weekly thereafter Head groom. The man stopped his a smashing, blow on the jaw. ''Ii:
ten last drama will b* mad and the unattached up to 31, .as .Ii J have.' the i .until the twenty-second. and final chanter.should appear on November-. horse in a cloud of dust . Norton'flung'operi the door. "fnto'
c two..chapters of the-story
thought; of' saving might never.haveentered'into i 22nd. < c' "Sir the stables !" .,'
are pre
+ written br Harold MaoOrath. f ,. c on. the 'car, Florence! There's another
L'a -..' Solutions may As sent to the your head. A' mnn in I !li wiaTour'piarrto fix-December 14th ias; the- filial;date toe accepting "Fiat!! '-.to- -. car-coming up the-road. Harry! -
TanVrvnser condltlon
t Film eitherat All .
corporation ; financially the
my ; I
riding master's
savings
vdrhloas-o or New York, .any right, to think of ." solutions to the mystery..However.on account of the number were :It was nota'long chase. The car cover
no invested in
'timeup to mldnliht Jan. 14. matrimony "in was found to be ne- the stables. The"fact that of the .auto bandits looking like an :
"It might be the saving, of you If ceeeastartingtrtedbthedate' a ac pt1nsolutions he had solemnly
The/ must bear nostofrlca mark until-January 14th promised'never ,to ordinary taxicab ,was a' I Ugh \
t not later than that date. This you met ,and ,marriedthe'right wo leave Florence alone and that he had machine d power ,
1916. will be.reeeived .
.
" allows four. weks after the 'firstappearance .. They and considered up to-midnight of that. ;four-cylinder. swiftly on I
man. accepted ,
r of the last film releases "BuLtherlght beheiress.to _date_ gj. - J. a generous bonus slipped Norton's The reporter ".v,
womanmight - from his mind
and three week after the that at the thought of fire, waited grimly, .- -." .
last chapter Is published In this ( millions.. And a poor devil Newspapsrsrunning the'sturyiu the'twenty-second chapter a terribl. word to-any horseman;; Life 5 sj
w y paper, In which to submit solu likevme ''could not marry a aid with is 'due to be printed.later than January 3rd should arrange: to finish wheeled and started off at breakneck ." '''Keep your head down!"'he warned "'t.
t''. tions. money and hang onto his self-respect" the entire story by that date as otherwise the readers of that paper speed his head -Florence. ?"I'm going' to take.a potr t; :! .1

'>..-" d.termta.A board which of three of the Judve many solution will.- "True. But there-are, always exception will not have the opportunity to participate itv the competition for the 'groom clattering' be-. .. ,their tires'when they amid within ':It .
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reoelverf Is the most accept- to all rules in life except ten thousand dollar prize Every reader of every newspaper printing iFllorence naturally wondered which i nnee.wmblcTTltnXfTio __
c' able. Th* Judirment of this board tho.. regarding health. Jiealthy this story:'is entitled to share in this opportunity': and the.'1'l'Ibun. IIpartlcul.rly of two courses to pursue; follow them have rculnsU. \cMT .,:1
will be absolute and final..Noth is normal and normal desirous that everyone should. attempt! to leave. this car. Here theycomer"
ing of a literary nature will man -a man a when she would be perfectly helpless (
considered In the decision nor man has no right'! to. remain single. Very truly yours, to aid them or continue the rid,and s #'
j riven. any preference In the selection You proved yourself; man' this afternoon C. O. LARSON save at least one horse from the-terror He suddenly leaned" back and fired..
t 1 of the winner' of the 110.000 It was only chance The manner in'
pass. -Th last two reels, which considering that you did not Manager Syndicate Departmentcould .' of seeing flames. She'chose_lha_ -which-the made ,,
1 will give the most acceptable solution know I ocupied the wheel seat. Cometo latter. But she did not ride with the cars were lurching a (It.
,r, t" 1 to tha mystery, will be presented think it over you really saved the earlier rest She felt depressed. She poor target for.. -marksm.n even of ..\
S 'If! In the theaters having this day.. You me the opportunityof loved horses and the first order. Chance directed Nor! '"'
gave the thought of .10'
r feature as soon' a* It '. toprodeee :, them ten's first bullet into the right for 'N4.
practical:
AJ ; same Th 's. steering straight for the police dying !n. those wooden stables was '
( sponding to ttieso motion pictures station. Well good-by." see the dim outline of his body. ley Hafigreave, the millionaire who horrifying.The w.rd.ti.-wbtcb exploded. Going at :

'i S I, will appear' In the-newspapers coln- "Queer duck!" mused the reporteras. The light in the street back of the -was lost at sea And it won't be long fire however proved to be incipient sixty-odd: miles an hour they co-M ,1
t.\(' ": olden tall), or as soon after the appearance not stop the car in time tt, avoid fj.tblity. .
almost made silhouette of before she her
puts finger in But
grounds a pieof it
# y of the. pictures as after telephoning, he. headed for a was plainly incendiary.
C.. . tical.. With the last two reels :lii. his office. Queer duck indeed! Whata him. By and by of if assured that four or five mill na. If you want any Some one had set fire to It with a The car careened wildly; "
N -:;';' bs shown the pictures of the winner game it was going to be! And this the coast Was clear he stole down to rides, you'll have to talk it over with purpose in view. Norton recognizedthis swerved, and plunged down the embankment .
! his or her home, and other interesting into the river .
f@&tur. It Is understood man Jones was playing it like a master. the street the boas. He may or may not take fact almost as soon as the fire '
i. '- that the newspapers so far It did not matter that some one "Halt!" any more rides. You'd probably haveto men. He had come this morning with Florence covered her eyss with her 'i s ,
S5 as practical In printing the lairS else laid down the rules; it was the Instantly the prowler took to his ride in the afternoon anyhow as the idea of surprising Florence. He..hands and. quite unconscious: of what

I1 two MoOrath.chapters -will-also of the story show by a Harold picture -- way in which they were interpreted. heels. Two shots rang out. The man .every nag\ Is out in the morning." was going out horseback to join her. ho was doing, Norton put his arms 'i..
; of th. successful contestant. Braine heard of the failure.- The was seen to stop fitagger, and then go ." here's the most pepular-road?" His grew suddenly- coldA around Julr.- f-
to the must "Toward the park bat Miss liar- She (To be Continued.) .
Solutions mystery Black Hundred was finding: its stock on desperately ; trap had been left alone on the *
:fi i i' not b. more' than 100 words to long.be far below par value. Four valuablemen "He's hit!" greave always goes along the.riverside road I He ran over to the garage secured 't

, r-": .!' Her kept In are mind some In questions connection with locked up in the Tombs awaiting By the time the men reached the road. She doesn't like strangers, I a car, and went humming out ,..
;.J the mystery. as an aid to a solution trial to say nothing of the seven gunmen corner they heard the rumble of a mo- about""O. i toward the river road.. A trap and \ i
s r : .. the gathered In at the old warehouse. tor. One dashed back to the car they I see. Well I'll drop in this I, only by the sheerest luck had he ,/
a '.C tllltostalret Ufa. t-w. beeeaies Brains began to suspect that his fail- had left standing at the curb. He afternoon and see your master. They turned up In time. -- -
, Q Ma. S What toee.__ ./ the ures were less due to chance than to made quick work of the job, but he say that riding good for torpid liv Meantime Florence was walking her &
... t 'teoo.eoe rforeae. calculation, that at last he had en- was not quick enough. Still, they er. Have a cigar?" mount slowly. For once the scenery i:
dee '
N. a-Whew *
# _rrF'f" countered a mind which anticipatedhis gave chase.city saw the car' turn 'Thanks"The passed unobserved. She was deeply \
- ... b.eeree .( the. Rs_ every move. He would have recognized toward the But, unfortunatelyfor groom proceeded into the engroiRod with her thoughts some
atlsTat..'- this fact earlier had it not, the success of the chase, several stables and the affable stranger took of which were happy and some .of l

.Nobody connected with either"Tb. Million directly been that revenge had temporarily automobiles- assedgoing into town himself off. which WCI'e"" If only her father Tap. ,.

i Dollar or Indirectly Mystery" wll be considered blinded him. The spirit of revenge and leaving. it. Checkmate. A free rein; they could work it to could be with her she. would be the 0.. 'eFala
''i., : as a contestant. never makes for mental clarity. rain was .keen enough tonight"He : suit themselves. There wasn't the happies girl all... '
There was a meeting that night of is hit; whether badly ir not re- least obstacle in the way. On the face lilts was brought out of her revery ,. rill "
rt the Black lIund=ed. Four men were mains to be .en. We can find that of it it appeared to be the simplest by the right of a man staggering th.n-- />*,'
rr. --YJlfOPII. or PREVIOUS CHAPTIDRII..bt out Drive to the nearest drug store job they undertaken. To along the road ahead of her.
., <;; _.... .illl..lre..ft.r told off and they drew their chairsup get Finally Tat.ll .
'' .87 H. riding
a' 1 >;' aBlrstcBleva' eaeas* f... the. -m at thafmmm to Vroon's elbow. These-four men and get a list of hospitals. It's a ten rid of the master in some nat- he pltfpgrc upon his face in the road.. 'It ,
'I: ," .* brtlllaat thieves kaw aa taw composed the most dangerous quar- to one shot that we land him some ural way after he and the girl had .Like the Under hearted girl she was, '
',ry V Black: HaaraV llvee the life .( a re- tet in New York City. They were as where among the hospitals. started. It was like falling off a log. she stopped dismounted and ran to r.aer.. e I r ; .
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f, i 1<:" S Nay.a* sight far eaters- a rears Breadway Hargreave'vs re.ta.- daring as they were desperate. They But they searched the hospitals in ."Susan:" said Florence as she came the f.lIen"man to give him aid. She .
or J..t aad there aessea fae t* fae* with were the men who'held up bank mes- vain. None or- them' had that night Into breakfast after' her exhilarating suddenly found' her wrists clasped In > Dr. Maes'AntiPam.PilIs' .
'. the _.**. leader Brala sengers and get away wftn thousands.They received a shooting case. nor had they ride "did you hear pistol shots last two hands like iron. The man rose'to y
1.1. ',',1' *''c either After aaaa-the a_....Uas....117; .rceoaralaea....* which.v th.; had learned to swoop down upon heard one reported. 'The man had night" his fret; smiling evilly. She 'atrugledwildly : 7.A"; '
.$ 7-r.: -'....-. Banrreav harries ta his saaarv their victims as the hawk swoops down been unmistakably' hit He would hot "I heard some -noise: but"I was so i but fotUely. A .
? .. alSeeat BJveraalehaaaa aced lays flmmm have dared risk the loss of time, fpr aleepr-Lo'idn't try.to.-figure out what '
"\t the heron. The newspapers referred Bettor: be sensible said. "I ani !
.. ... upon will help .'thwjr
' '1 s.ahia. fnre the se.S ..' ;you
e.e.p. it
. ..... them the "auto'bandits." a bit of play-acting. Evidently 'W. than I
lei. trF.c H. ...... letter ,. the. .. to as "- stronger you are. And 'don'twiabto -
tee....i I. 1fM Jea.ey whet .....- and'tb. men took a.deal of pride,in had"kept his head and sought his lodg Did ,)' 'Jones? hurt you. Walk on ahead of bare helped'othera.VGood r .
fear ........ be. he4 .7IIt.1. I." the furore they had created.Vroorr .- In&,.. To call up doctors would be ut- "Yes, Miss Florence. The shots me. It will DO utterly useless to
.=:.. :: e went' overthe- Hargreave ter folly; for it would take a week for came from the street ,A policemancame scream cr cry out. You can' see for for.all ,kind i .of paia. ''ate' '

'5te n.hang.. .t o der deyeiswvi.ne case minutely; he left bo .detail unex a' thorough-combing. ?.,,This was the running;up later and said he saw yourself that, we are in a deserted Used to'relieve Neuralgia, Headache }
, ? B..I... ... Baeshra. .. his bed .r-, plained. Bluntly and frankly thedaughter Second time.the man had got away.' : .two automobiles on the run. But evUdently of the road If will Nervousness Rheumatism
,. . part you prom- ,
..... .8- alrlk4 Nt I'm to blame" admittedBrain. there ,.wasn't anybody hurt.
aus they eater the hew th. watehvraKtal 'of.StanleY' Hargreave must "Perhaps advised tie to act sensibly shan't lay h hand Sciatica. Kidney, Pains, Lumbago, ; .
', ( .. See) a h*!!_., leave the ......! be caught and turned over to the care should have Milesto One has to be- careful at .ladmen on you. Do you .e. that hut yonder, i
ha amllUeKwhleat talk him and pot him if begot the days.' There are pretty Locomotor Ataxia. :,Backache, ;
: cote Is- fwd asa ty- of the Black Hundred. .-It must be : near the fork in the road? Well stop {
4 ..........".. waeh, ._. t. have quick action.. Four valuable members chance. There's a master mind workIng .broau.Did, you enjoy the ride?" there. Now march! ., ." Stom.ehach.r.C.t'lieJm.: .."''Irritability ,' '-
_.... ..... ?
* that say The s. .sae and '
_avsMW the hallaaB. had sees pea were' (n-tbeTombs.They might or somewhere back of aU this, "Verymuchu/ _But' there-were spotsof ,''She dropped her handkerchief, later ,and. for pain in;_>ny:part
*>K*- iauB. a-rerreS'ta thehttsa- .ftha might not'weaken'' under police pres it's time I woke up to the fact But: blood ton"the walk near the corner." her-bracelet and finally her crop in of the body"a: :
A q ... sure. For the first_time in its American the auto bandits "you, "Blood Jones caught the" back hope that these slight clews might F p
laraair atilT\ fraas the girlsj men ha elyo "t have used Dr. 1o flls>.Aatl-Pats.
More of
instructions. a chair to steady himself. J
the stood facIng I her help. She knew that Jones '
t' _hwl. Prlaoeaa Olsns. Mraia_ _.- career organization bring PIUs when troubled ,with, headache, ( '
)4'k 'aaalea.vfalta aid . te he a .- actual peril; and its onepossiblechance than that you have been given a free, "Yea. So some one was hurt. O.Ilet' would hear of the fire, and finding and flnd..-that. seen P"T:infallibly 4
"
r IlTe.Twa --ber a - 'their plat-ta-felleel by, Nartaa. a .ewat that no one's face! was known to his the Lord HalT! I'll break the four of!, "Let us go back to-:Miss Farlow' You riding master would immediatelystart I am considerably affected with Baoralarta -

o t--*' i !Br'hrlbTaa; the _.t.l. at ... Onset neighbor.: He Vroon. and the boss yon like pipe stems." could find a place in the village, Jones.i out in pursuit She -... beginning In the head -at. Umea, aad ,
1 ..rt.. I.,.. a traa far B...... sad hieaaa alone knew 'prho and what each man "We haven't had a failure yet ,, But if I stay here much longer in this fond of Jones, who never and the Anti-Pain Pills,-of-. ....11 }
*. 'rHaeaaa Olsra .la* ViM1a '.b.VrlaV5 was. But the plans the ramifications spoke up one of the men more' courageous state of unrest I shall lose. faith in Kpoke tounless spoken to, who 'was'al- benefit. The Dr. Miles' Remedies
4C _...1. aad aha caallr falls N Si
and
beyond I
.... th.* rea.rte.ra. ....... The. plea of the organization might become public than his companions. I I I everything and everybody. Whoever ways at hand faithful and 10y.LI'rom are then-efmpartaoa to all my 'rl.""' recommend ." .
{ v pr.... ...rtl.. thrmarh. B..I..'. geed property; .nd that would mean an "You are not holding up a bank I lackfather's enemies ore, they do not afar came the I low rumble s-f ..dEORQBI OOtOATM','

9t, ,leek. aa4. t.all. ..11 hlrellaara_ tall .... the end to an exceedingly profitable busi messenger this trip. Remember that They have made a motor She wondered 'if her captor ill MklsMBt. Baa Xntotilov'T... 1
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il It V heeds After falllasi la tide. ant .<<_." .. Drive me as far as Columbus circle.1 two attempts at my liberty, and sooner heard it / He did. but his ears tricked 41"001. 't' c
:'it .
(4 '':th* Black Haadreel tra. Plareae*. They Tae daughter of Hargreave rode Leave me on the side street betweenthe orlater they will succeed I keep him into believing that it came from At all sese. M* ,;. ,

cca, ask '*>.. far e.e..y. set aha e....... horseback early every morning. She lights so I can ta>:e off this mask." looking over my shoulder all the time. another direction, Eventually they MILKS MEDICAL, CO.,KIkhart.. Ina. d t
...1. faUtasr ..... ; She invariably Braine. sauntered into P.bst ,. If I hear a noise I.- and Florence p
aad the caaateaa rail aa Kler.ea sought the country road was Later, I th"ought arrived at the hut?; .
r+ j-- iTCertea. e -be fact ..7. aaee asare- safe at attended by the riding mas-', and ordered a light supper. This "Miss Florence, if I, it wise, forced to enter. The man locked w..1 L
s'{ B" ._ .The visits ha-rlasr _... JeaearesMVea ter of a school near by.' : night's work more Chan anything else you should be packed off to Miss Farlow's door end-waited outside for the .- .....; ). '
aiawetlea .. Saa-rlasr. a.d frassa his this minute. But
act that not hourof
him the an .
"Your four will" make your own brought home to ,
.... Paraaed bylaaeaibera _
aavltr take a
.' ht bad the day ntghb
era ) .f th.. Black Uaadred h. plans. I luck was chanJrln,. For yean or passes without ,
; 4 ,:: /nuihea ta the water treat ... .._... "If she should be Injured" proceeded with his:shady oecupationsWithout this house being watched. I seldom '..
la dra>.. .. the b.z late th. eeeu "Avoid -it,...if possible." encountering any-memor.ble anybodjrabout I canTonly sense

f' t' Bralae raaehlasT. eaelve_rt,.'*te>the which"Idee rier) ..f.clvlas... 1.S. "We have a free hand" failure. He moved in> the high world the presence of a watcher. At Miss WHGNER
14dylt.dNate 4.. cad lt.rtea bell gsi "Absolutely" quite unsuspected.. He hawrittenbooks Farlpw's you would be far more likea D. G. INSURaNCE_ HGEKCY.Sscceuer
/..... aad are ..........1" .. head ... "We risk a bad fall from her horse given lectures been made a lion prisoner. than here. I could not accompany see ....,
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n. frasa he lag lssi>ri sleeveat I ,
cave r -aee It's .Ii the while in his you. am forbidden to desert -
Jt the heaee t. which ...* isr If a spirited one. of/ "
eaaatry human
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Sy t,:..... "Pretend breakdown in the road" the gullibility of nature. But this bou... to Artist E. Dosefm*Afes-ey
"My father's ,
he had re orders
weeks
m,, .(Copyright: lilt: By Harold MacQrath) Interrupted, draw Braine.and order"Ai, them they to dismount approach - within ceived. serious the last checks.two From now on I Jones signified neither one way nor Room No. 5 Second floor Citizen. Bask B.aaisf." Pkeat 246 "

L-; V CHAPTER VII. That method will prevent any he must move with the utmost cau- at the the other.. He merely gazed stolidly

t b ./-Wh.n.1three\ finally met at the accident1' ' tion. Some one was playing his own: Wig."That I '
Tof ;Hargreave homeFlorence suddenly "Well plan -somehow.. It\looks game
qi i: :e took Jones by the shoulders and kissed easy." battle' .-wits t So be it; but Brain. here ,last horrified. "It was his! He wa.1 Reliable eosapanles.: $
eG :him lightly on tha cheek. Jones "Nothing is easy where that girl is intended play with rough wits, and Ol!" night and they shot I\

'1 t \Started back pate and disturbed.' concerned A thousand eyes seem to he wasn't going to care which way the We will eeatlaae the Business of the.Arthur. E. Dee gaa Agency '.
', Norton laurhcd. He did not feel be'watching her slightest move." sword'cut I "There, there Miss Florence! The
t a ''the slightest twinge of Jealousy, but "We shan't leave anything to He hated Stanley Hargreave with man was only slightly wounded...He's without ehaaje-Tenr patronage. is respectfully solicited.- N

J ;r ..he'was eaten yj with envy as the old. chance.. How many days. will you give all the hatred of his soul; the. Jfatred. i where they never will look' for him \I
S ,, us," of a man balked in live. An the man ,,.Then Jones continued as with an ef S
. "Youaa a wondering' If I suspect "Seven .A failure mind you will was alive defying him; alive somewhere fort: "Trust me, Miss Florence. It .
.'f' '*v--t. .t"?rincess PerijrottT 'said Jones. prove unhealthy to all concerned" in this city this very nightwith would not pay 'to run away. The I
...1 ...J.am.: ". This man Jones was de- with a menace which made the four a bullet under his skin whole affair would be repeated else.

ping into.a ery remarkable char- stir -everything: satisfactory, sir?" where. We might go to the\ other end
1'; 'Thep -reporter found himselfjrlancinratthethinTkeen The telephone rang. Braine reached he heard the head waiter .say. of the world: but wouldnot sere j Summer ExeursioirRateVIA
''I Bid, :- face forrthe-Teceiverr' ""Satisfactory. Brain repeated us in the I least It'is not a question of i iS

ales ef this resouceful butler.. The lobe of '"A man just'entered the Hargreave. blankly. escape. but of who shall vanquish the .
h, i the man's left ear came within ranee. house at; the rear. Come at once," was "Yes sir. You struck the table as other There is nothing to do but re- t
1 Norton reached for.a eipret.-but'hia' the message. . though displeased." main here and fight fight, fight We ,
". -band shook as he lit it There was a "Is your car outside t" Braine asked "0'!" Then Braine laughed re- have put lour of them in the Tombs,

-i; 'peculiar, little. scar in the center of "We are never without it" )lievetily. "If I struck the table, it was to say nothing of the gunmen. That Atlantic Coast Line ;
let us'be off. Noon. will i is what j '
\ Ith. lobe. "Then done unconsciously. I was thinking. Womust do--put- them in a
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...$, \ "WeU'saIdJones.! "'1., can find'no stoo us for speeding a side strtet. "Beg pardon sir! Anything cL safe place one by one till we reach

I 'evidence, that she has' been concerned Fourteen minutes- by the clock sir?" the master Then only may we breatheIn
4p*! in any of these ffsirs.", brought the ear toa standstill at the "No. Bring isle .the check." safety. Bat if,they watch,so do (Standard JUIlreadV the.SemUa.). \ L w

} f/( ,"You are suspicious" curb a' few houses below the Har ,. we. There is never- 'moment when
y." '"Of everybody;* looking. ; boldly into greave home. The.men got out The "Your'master gives riding lessons f* help Js not within reach; BO matte FROM USSIMMEE ;?

"'1** ...porte l'm, eves..; '- watcher ran up. . The. groom who had led the horse where you go'' .So long as :you do not I -5 -U-- --, .,J n.
smlling- Is he whispered. deceive. .139. 5, Cln :tnnatl. Ohio. 2iaO.; 'Marietta, Ga. '' t
':: !ot met !. ."He still inside.; back: from Hargreave's eyed his questioner no .rNJ.hann.hall befall .
r + \ ;"Eren of .':: ""Good! Spread: :; out, If anybody: rather .uperdU u ly., :j. you.ttont; cry- Be .;your--fath . $49.75, Chicago IlL. '. $41.25, New York,'N. Y.' .' rl ; '
1 '/Conversation dropped entirely,after leaves'that'houee' ; -etktch''',him.' .If he '";Ye.*, :t ,&'fOOD1t Mled. he an er's daughter as'I ant bit servant"-: ,'' $64.85.D.nver'Col'! 441.Z5, Philadelphia'ra"1': 1.:

k'x, {i this -; ,,, rA '-'"' runs too.fast'bhoortW, !can beat bePThenen'obe1' imal's legs.1' -- ,/*' '. -j"I. ant::nrY"- unhappy'And Florence $38.H.Eva.uvw.IncL.. 1"s., $<<.00.St;Lou&, Mo., \ ... :r''.. .

n. ,a f'01l"" 4 tactitnrn sort of chap.'? ; : : ,;-HoW much U it?", "'threw' her i arms .around Susan '187,75., -.LoulavUle. JCyiTkkt L. ':': F g9fi7b. San'yr.ndecol Cal . $$00 +
+ and'the watcher sinback . -. <"
-"r : -, .'. Twenty: dollars for sr ticket of five and laid, her,head upon.her friend'sshoulderi .. e g.a
-;.. ;; ,ti"Youare.; But alt agreement Js"an > to his post'1'He desperately rid...;"Th*',master, is the: fashion up . . ? ? _ "_" .: ..'S.Lf.J.::rL.y. ....i\ 'Fia.. JIIr.. 3be.' :,:
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4' and :while I'd like'to prln hoping' the affair'wonld terminate to- hero H. doesn't..cater. to.l n"_"at.tb. x eDLlllt"Bu.un: ; however, rec - .;):. . '- :t.

.:Em.llt.[ Ill, not;; W. newspaper. plab'--.n. was"growing wearjrof this beet, t amill..." -' - ", r 'nlaecl-tIte-Yftdom of -Jones' state : "
break our-"word.1". eteroat vigilsnce'and It'was only his ,VPrettysteep.: .'' .Who was that young ments._'They were safest hare;.. STOP :oYERs: : ALLowi.fsetatlu .

fear of the man- known ae.*boss,that 'lady-"-yld"rag.this! '.'fnotning;"withyoarbathlrh11tho : : ,;.Tho. morning' rides continued. To the wA

'ijggi&'e&lsSsatoan ; kept::him' at bi.t Gllt.* 'He 'wanted : ) airI. ,who loved the open. it was glor- ,. ;- I"' ..iha1 n..nd.uiAll. '' ;, q'' ...
; tI1o.o' .. .. ,
Ionsond
1 night to;carouse*into, bewtththe, : newspapers fun.' ; Those ,mad.gallops"-along .' -' "
generally llnplov1neverJosahea4'Jo boys..J"1 ' ." '; "*" have .been talking'about" I..answered the roads;the smell,of .earth'and .sea, .' . C L.; TICKET.AGENT w .. t ,

."_ tor t. .The mils foVwhomr they'ftr1inc: tai I"f'OOm'lmpcrt&ntl7...! ., the tingle in the blood.' were the .". .' -- ._.' tNtisIsei ', alq/tgM/16t.t/ ,' :I< .
...::;.WhaC7w1t1i-itQ-i sp.8al,-ar. In wait"was ,seen reMntl7'to. creep -. host moments of, her. daJ'.j, .. 'r.. ,x.A,6. ,. >4 If ?
'to<.thefm, stn i'l >- eauttoualT round the side ox the house.' 1.! "Actress1!. "I'sboutdpyflot, '"'Aiat' ,first?!-She t invariably Washed' "' > ,_ ,'t ',.... ... ,., .,,.-.,... ... . .... ,'t. . ...". ;"

.:.:fon.i', '.', ac\ 4I"'uouII:' .. .(("the, He hugged a; comer and paused...: .hsy young woman' therdmtMerof' 8tanf:she."oMeroa what..these ''''.. I
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: :-: egged is glade t* all)"patreas el tae Valley Ca.r.ette.1e teal it saw- tary service .' ,.. .

.':t ,'"...,.stsdety; veils. ',...1M'. ''"Editor. ,' for.pablkatioi. fa, laeie" colsusiasi . after German'brief; % i: + ., -.'. .:.L .. -4'. ,:., ...-..

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reported
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", Dinner ,Party.trvUr. Society:; testified of its high appreciation Dr. Karl S.any'area .'
:rc Mrs. J. M: Lee entertained and esteem in which Mrs. Plan 1871( and of land' within,a.rj., ;
i Saturd. dinner in honor of Mrs Is held for her beautiful Christian as a : 'treasonable
y l ,T. L;Waring and dauKh r. MI. Ana character and untiring efforts in, behalf of the distance of .Kit!
nle'Laurie and sea Master Tom of of the work of the Society. We He was an simmee. matter bin .
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'I..1r lnd. had molt delightful afternoon tarist and in -

,. " marred but by a single ahadow-tbe eighteen, rough OP neglectedinto, a.' '
t 1 ,: In Hoiorof'Mlu, Ilaskins.v early departure of our president, and high treason "
s: '; ,1q;JVJBojre.fr-has issued invitations the sad cause.Refreshments. of a ; ] productive and 1'eJDw.-a+ *

h' 'to a,dall to be given at the skating of cake and ream itarism.- It condition. ,
4i wa M.
link, on,Sumne; street, this evening werit served by Mrs. Pfann's Sunday the retchstag ?'.
f' In honor of Miss Cecil Ilaskins.of St- School class; a bevy of sweet young -

.p '" Loots'! who 4s. visiting her uncle, R. E. girls glad to assist in honoring their company armaments, -.:..- : 'J ; -
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: 8ow.A Mabbette. streetPlease. teacher. ., J'
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. s. cr& .7. _IIr.2fI"Ri? army and .'
Many birthday. tokens were left in- tain in ,
,'- memory of the'occasion; and we departed He also an and -:T .J- ', r
Estimate
C ..Mr.,'and Mrs. D. G. Wagner chap sincerely desiring that forty caused P'ct'ff. : "
eroned a party of children on a picnic times over this happy event be re- advocating ... .
to ShingleCreek-Wednesday, where enacted. army in FurnishedAlf.
4 a ai picnic'-spread "and chicken pillauwere Those present were: Mrs. Ragsdale,, like spirit in
enjoyed.: The boys in" hIL! plcni I c Mrs. Tucker,. Mrs. W.: L. Wlnn,: ,_Mrs. ficers accused
% 1'' 'crowd,were member of Mr..Waauer'a Morrow, Mrs. Ingram', Mrs. Reeves,, victed by .. ....
'1 Sunday school class and they invited Mrs. Button, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet., sentences. -.
: number of girls to go and provided Mrs. Hall, Mrs. J. W. Miller Mrs Last June ,
''r wagons. to take them to the creek. Paulk, Mrs. Lawler, Mrs. Wells, Mrs ,v ___ Y a other sen (
t ,. Huff, Mrs. Jarrel, Mrs. Boberson and t he charged
;- t -J1, Shakespeare Club. Misses'Ethel Lee, Helen Bass, Mattie a commission W. Law

The Shakespeare Club Was delight Belle Harris, Orpha Rosen and Nina Prussia, and
S ; fully entertained by Mr. N. C. Bryan Bratton. been granted
I. at her borne On Clyde avenue Tuesday Developer of Modern Model Far.
.. 'afternoon. Delicious refreshments"were OOOO .O""II'I.OOO
4 'COO .
,served. Those present were: 4 HAVE YOU A RECIPE p Box 145, '1'
lt'' .. Airs. Bolas, Miss Bay, -MI.. Aultman. 4 FOR GUAVA JELLY? *j 3 ,.*. ,,(
Mrs F. C. Bryan Mrs. Winn. The 4 4 4 Kifalmmee, Fla. '"
next eteherghpmehe with Mrs. W. L. 4 Now that every housewife in 4 S ln.T.u 'Ii,

I Winn' 0.S .Orlando avenue. 4 town ii trying to make guava Jelly 4 preparation .J.
.' 4 --and about half of them fail This picture shows German artilleryin are highly trained and efficient and 4 Tsing-Tau "
Wedding Anniversary.A 4 in the attf'mpt-If any woman in .4 action. The German army is equipped are doing terrible execution in the 4 Kia-Chou

l : ,Mrs.very A. S.happy Gilbert surprise Tuesday for evening Mr. and 4 4 the this county table can successfully make mostly with Krupp guns, the men present war. 4 4 German increased ; >< t x
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t delicacy without having - w. B
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', "upon the occasion of their twenty-third to cook the guava syrup over 4 defending H. lH :
{ wedding anniversary was a party 4 half a dozen time and resort to GERMAN TROOPS RUSHING LIEGE fORTS +Or of -
'"'planned by their daughter/ Grace. 4 numerous other experiments to'* 4 has issued '
a Little Miss Gilbert invited a number; 4 make it jell her neighbors will 4 RAN AGAINST"ELECTRICALLY-CHARGED WIRESParis 4 In : Fire, Life, Health and AcC jleat: t;
of the friends of her father and moth- 4 be eternally indebted to her if 4 "If the I'r
, ? : "Wand prepared ice cream and cake 4 she will make known her recipe. Tsin-Tau, \ INSURANCESuccessor

for refreshments Those! present 4 Therefore the Valley Gazette! 4 nce.-The Petit Journal lea formed a mound in some places It. He
l were: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gilbert, Mr. 4 makes' the requewt that women > publishes the following details of the many feet high. We look l
r and Mrs. Peaks, Mr. and Mrs. Al. Gilbert I. readers who have successful recipes fighting around Liege, obtained by it I "To drown out the groans of the tare, and I!
, Mr and Mrs. C. W. Griffin I. to receive t* ,
Mrs for making guava jelly send from a Belgian officer: wounded German bugles sounded
;:..:-B.gars. Mr._and. _Mrs... E. A. Lancaster. ,-0.1114 nUl1..lor publication. _ .. "German troops rushed on thear6eUwire.defenis tial airs and the troops still alive mar-uni- The NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY
Aliases Ethel Gilbert and Marion Fort before'the forts j ted In chzzers."Near .---- -- ,- mesage to .1 ,
.r and Messrs. E. A. Gilbert and Edwin OCOO tooo O OOOO+ in the darkness. A very strong current one fort two columns of Germans 19, --. - -'

H Pound. of electricity was being maintained blinded by the glare of Belgian O Tau to the Old State Bank Building [ _
e KAISER WILLIAM 2 in these wires and the first I! searchlights, stacked each other. 4 I
Klsslmmee Girl Honored. ranks of the Germans were electro-: This incident was seen from the fort. M O '
, Miss Mary Ferrell has. as her guest cuted. 'i 'When one side seemed to have the
4 Miss McCullough of Boston and Miss DER GROSSE SUNKLondon "Unchecked the assaults followed I better of the struggle,' the Belgian of Piles 1
Cecelia Overstreet of in but blinded by the ficer your drutrUt
It Kisslmmee I la.y masses were goes on to say, 'our artillery .
Misi Overstreet being a former classmate glare of a powerful searchlight They I I fired into both sides alike, thus mak OINTMKNT. .'.. I IIIlIad. M. TILLER. '
of Miss Ferrell' They have England, August 28. The hesitated and started to retire. At 'ing the struggle more even,' Tb first. ,
., made many friends during their visit Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse has been that moment a heavy fire of rifles and I '
v and quite a number .of informal af sunk oft the west coast of Africa by, artillery was concentrated on the I Real Estate Agency: .
i fairs. have been given In their honor. the British cruiser High Filer. mass of German troops and they 1111111 in 1111 ii ii 111111
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The cut The of
Monday evening Miss Ferrellentertained Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse was were to pieces. mass

In' a most charming: and one of the palatial steamers of the .' Realty bought and sold, .
,cordial manner, at her country home, North German Lloyd line- At the out.: RUSSIANS BEAT GERMANSIN ."
near Quitn honor of her guests. break of the war she was converted Houses rented ., '. ';
SIX DAYS FIGHT, *
T1>. spaMous veranda and rooms.were iota an armoured cruiser and sincf has .-- K ; .- The Taxes paid and Titles verified .. :-" - A\'
"" artistically .decorated'with southern. been reported active in searching for Continued from rage one.'' ... for non,resident!. :

srnilex r and;potted plants. British merchantmen. has a tonnage guns and howitzers and .a large number y'f Fire, Life and AccidentInIndemnity : -
: The early part of the evening was of 14,849 and was built In 1897. of siege .
devoted playing Rook. after which She was 626 feet long with a beam of, country guns."The where 'the Russianswill Bon Ton Hat surance. ,.
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m a guessing contest was' held. M. n. 06 feet.. "rv advance I. full of large and'small : Bonds.! g
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Jessie Wade and. Mr; Terry Beasley Winston Spencer Churchill Pint lakes, riven, canals fandr marshes "
a. won the prises which were a large Lord of the Admiralty, announced the I These' natural .advantages; the- Germans , 'V "* \ _t 4r ..
)Florida pennant and a necktie; The sinking of' the, Kaiser Wilhelm der I'' have strengthened by 'large :, : :,. and; . : w.
r honor ,guests 'Gross In the "
were presented With House of Commons yes number of fortifications Including the '
<', 'beautiful hand made banderchiefe.I' terday.: n.latd.. I fortresses of' ; 'Allenstein . : :
Konigsberg,
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,' : After_the games a delicious ice 'The Admiralty: has just received' Dante and:Thorn. But besides'these : : n BULLOCK?
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.course. was. served. Miss Ferrell.. intelligence that the German armed the whole country is strewn with fortifications Drcssfflaking . ,
assisted in
''u entertaining by her mother merchant cruiser-Kaiser Wilhelm der field *(hrorks' .
: 'and Mrs. Will Gay. -Quitman, Ga., Grosse of 14,00 tons and armed with of every description largely armed REAL I STATE '

t Press- ten four-inch guns, has been sunk by heavy guns. All these military We fitting in the . .. .
the H. M. S. High Flier off the west I show the Immense are up our store - -. .. ..a..a.INSURANCE.
b'' '._ House Party.One coast of Africa." measures Importance of east Prussia." strategic Darlington Avenue, and already our .. :

,of the most enjoyable events ment is busy with orders.

__ 'of the season was a nine days house AUSTRIA ISJFORCED In the meantime our expert trimmer of Titles if ? .
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c t, t'party was given ending.by last Stanley Tuesday Bullock, the at affair the TURKEY MAY BE everything ready! for theGrand ';y-.

.Melkfejon.cottage on Paradise Island, Specialty.. .
TO SERVIA
't and chaperoned by Mrs.H. C. Stan- QUIT DRAWN]}.WTO] JWAR
)ford. On accopnt of illness in the Solicited.. ..

'family: Mrs. Stanford was unable to London, England.-According to the s ;
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.be with the young people the first Times' Venice correspondent, the following Washington. August 28.-Tension
few-days, but her place was filled bMn. y official notice has been published -. is so acute in Constantinople that dip --. ,
-, Carter of Tampa. in Vienna: lore.!. there fear Turkey, may at any which will be announced soon. Our stock is

; Bathing and grape hunting contribf "On account of,the Russian Intervention moment be drawn into the general everything-even to the tools to work with. 'i'' "
t utod to' the days amusement while amight t in the ,Servian war Austria European 'War on the side of Germany or'"left-overs" to show you. Nothing C.W.GRIFFIN
there was musU and and Austria.A .
a jolly is forced to gather all its forces for
j[good time. On Thursday evening thparty e the principal struggle in the north- strict censorship has been placedon shop to offer you. Staple and I FancyGROCERIES1' : ,
enjoyed a chicken pillau on the east. Consequently the attack on newspapers in Turkey\ which are financed }-
,,'lake shore.' The scenery of the l island Servia Is henceforth looked as a now controlled by the military and The Bon-Ton is entirely by
jand especially about the Meiklejonvl punitive 'expedition and not upon as a definite are being used, according to diplomatic owned and operated by Kisiimmee
ti j<{;!pi ace leaves nothing to be desired. war. The decision therefore has dispatches here, to create a strong licit your patronage and will try to please : .
The lake breeze created such an ap- been reached to retire from offensive pro-German fee In,. ."."
petite the The Turkish cabinet l la between : ".....
that good things ever in and adopt a waiting attitude, making wavering .i ;\
"abundance, rapidly disappeared. a fresh attack when opportunity a declaration of war and the :.If ?: '
r Much to the surprise" of the girls itself." presents preservation neutrality. Diplomatic; Free Delivery to all.Parts <
the boys vied with them in the art of i representatives of the various powers MESDAMES WOODBCCK I
,cookery .and dish-washing, thus en LOOKS LIKE SERVIA HAS BEEN : are in constant conference; With the of the City t "

I hancing their charms. Most of the I If DOING THE PUNISHING. 'government officials Great Britain ".....,.\..,
i :boys came over.from"town In the af- Nish Service, (Via London) "in arid Russia endeavoring to keep Tur- Willson Building 1' "
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jternoon, returning the next morning. order to put matters in their key neutral The German ambassador .
Those' who participated in the house proper it is understood, has intimated '
light, Service has issued! this
reply to ...oo.. ''' .. :
)Ruth were: Misses Alma Griffin, the official\ communication published that while Germany: wishes Turkey to :, \1'-
{ [ Butler Grace Nelson, Marjorie) .t Vienna: remain neutral, he believes the Otto- '
4, i Belle Bearden should mobilize mini n mi 11 in in ni 111 i I T '
i: Virginia Tiller Lucy "The Servian army captured the man Empire to pre !
H "WIthenpoon. M.rle'1luddlelton, Mrs. enemy {in the engagement on the vent an invasion by Russia.AUSTRIAfAND .
.Stanford and Messrs. Stanley Bullock, Drina. /PE.
sooils which the
\tAlbert' Bearden, Lee McLean Orris] time include up to present
4Tilraan' ,_ .Marion Farmer, Everette Four thousand the five following hundred prison items: JAPAN!ITO SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER ",.
2: TRobertav.: CarBOn Farmer Luther
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S ers, fifty-three guns eight hoWitzers, New .and cond-hand auto 1
? {Farmer'and" Scott Souders- It was 114 caissons. three !field ambulances DECLARE WAR BACKACHE bile. for .aI. from UOO 0 T ? ;
IwithAa feetinff of reluctance that the RHEUMATISM '
and a medical column ith .000 at Oraratone Ora<#tBamaar. }
fparty left 'Paradise dock Wednesday fourteen supplies,, ,, *, -
field kitchens fifteen
iattemoo'1, but with ammunition Ii. W TNURMA1, 1.0.roITEI, PiT { ;
a { anticipation ofn ) provision and! telegraph wag .Manchester; Mass., August 28.- --. hap r

.>'<*nligbt- picnics_ .in .e.the. near future. one railroad trains, quantities ofequipment Dr. K T. Dontba, the Austro-Hungar- Even Most Chronic Sufferers Find and sift all ,.

Z" :I, ::3: Mrs.'!fPfaan's Birthday.. regimental' strong. boxes, ambassador to the United States Relief After a Few Dosea blood, and ;,'

r ''J (Contributed by Mrs.3. W. Lawler.) etc- today wireless announced message that via he Sayville had recelyeda L. I., Are Taken. lasting So sure are, ... ... .... ,. o + ,

,J It was my pleasure-to be one of the the Hungarian pf for the of .
.,' !fparty, who. with, one accord, met m last RUSSIA .MJ .LIONS from eign affairs saying that secretary"the;emperor Backache, urinary disorders, and a day use for a O'BRYAN. ; .,,:
Jc ..Thur da, .to dp honor to the birthdaTot has commanded the Austrian cruiser rheumatism' are caused from weak, that is ATTORNEY LAW .' "
our friends Mrs.' IL M. Pfann.' Kaiserin Elizabeth at Tsing-Tav to inactive which fall to filter of backache, ,: 11>.' / :, .
F \ it I knew Mrs. Prann when the bloom TO SWEEP GERMANY Y take up I th,' fight together with the out the impurities and keep the blood ing bladder f
: :. 'of youth was) fresh Upon her brow and -..;"-, German ""navy. Diplomatic relation. pure, and the only. way on earth to the numerous CIWZ'NQ'. .INr .
\\; < Aad ber't s ..me-_melt Christian | '
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28 with "Japai.re broken,otf. .- permanently positively cure such It is the !. '!''I'
'that eharaeterUed her jn other Rome. August; A, dispatch, r.,
.... received troubles_ is to remove the cause.. tion ever- i ientirely . ,
1 r :; v"i= " ..:': :- .. r..m" st"Petersburg' .tod., The new discovery Croxone, cures' i.' ?
e t.plit ''of' 'push'ngulshed states that the Russian GERMANY ANNEXES ., AND TTITLE
eenera staff ;, such conditions) :'because it; reaches edies. There K
,'.. *her now has announced that within a fortnight the Terr' roots of .the>CU....... It to compare, ; WORK .4 "
r i... /M ..duty characteNi there will be 8.000,000 Russian'troops soaks .right Into the inactive "' .r .,
... stopped trp, that, it : is BANK j/ti
t. i never counted the invading Germany/ : : r. ::jBEiBIAN( KINGDOM kidneys, through the walls and take it into .LDCI..1 '
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i; ,a angh tawl.o} :and(ready-and the'general ,staff> .. < ." cells and. glands neutralizes and dissolves You can: ,To. Of 7:
: ..." :"" anDOQJ\e ',thattJOOO'OOO.( ... ,men are ...; BerlinAug st T28- Th. appoint the poisonous..uric, acid 'substances of Croxone ; ve";Qulalaa To Cnfldrea.j,w
J meat of'Field Marshal.Von des Golts'as tnni..t..d: ...ii .
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r It : ih.T MissionIs .ready-Jor.the 'Auatrian.jmadart'an4 that 1odn'br the joints andm"IUd..tcJ flat-clast --i to. .
Oeafe ltlM J to'honor that t .y'wW: be .Austrian: ,soil dn (militarygovernorwas'announced: seratch'andirritat.:"and ....7.uth : : bits_0-1 zed__doee ItM.T.at.Mne Mi dlatorfc tb. rl, } Jr,.
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WoItt w. .t. When I thes great Ruaalanf pelle has been' appointed, as civil* Adaiaintatrator'11Ddei"Voft urine so it no longer ,irritates the, give desired MpKW1y e4..... te ....1'" wM. ....
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,lH.- .<*T>'KLSSIMMEE'. (T.l.phon: MOo It.)GAZETTE'nJ. ', last" ..M1i Saturday._Missouri from' ..Biona4a a visit of rerl several: ;| f <,'l.UU'; !.. J'.':' :!' -.K !!.t,. .!! .SHIPS.-.-O.-cA. 7TLE"'" !.l*.,' irfNrV'C1tILrr'pxR: T-ORA-HG.M".l' ;r' 1

week' with, 1ntn Tampa and 8t N '. AT .. < 'VENTBN
$ : IIP '
Published. Every Frlda7J17, .,ji i Fete"ra-. . 5t ha it '. : .,IUCBB' home.kra::'are.oop.lug* : .
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.. .'. \ ..r--w.:B. e.nxtr.. 'c.,. :ta.rnQ: ; aDd '. c.1JI YI It'l'f :o ; .. t...... : *Mfip.. | oj J .Oaceok county every week and many its<

... ; t ston" Sunday..; August 23 boy. AT. E!: M1.THODIS Iii tl '" .Ji ;tWIi. ,J )r. th4t Atheaa'prepared: to begin" real-work
f' MrsTLIvlngiton and.baby both doing .' to, Fred .worui, a at on V; Last, Monday H.. :' : nicely '. ;' Bu1)1ea"for the moratn! ;\ourS lf' ''w: 'r: -. "..'''' ; thal dtyl'" The-hlpa. + lOlI' aaw.1 8.1IJOhD.ef..Toronto,,, '

Weatl ie' ReparfF 'S. Wi k EnbllA&tSoa.-JCnnlnl'' : hourVA'Callto Po.-1T. !Tampa.: Gee.- approximately one Out, were In Klwimmee on
; Lawler Jr. of J.ak.l&nd. the
spent the weekend in, the dty: with Oceessioa!'i A. cordial invitation tier;.Daniel.Wilson; N.Y: : ,. l ..eI. '. "P, "* "> to I Orange,. nter,-".." Hhey!ex

F k I I leparent.: Rev. -and, .Mrs. 9. W. Law- extended 1 l.T, to. aW:: v -, r ff. J. f J Bowland.. Tampa Mr.; F.'"... : 1AINESflY, to.'open-'.badness; jl ptrltryrfarmiand.o.nt on vise extensive)
Yo+ toir l ii tb. hd1"\.t\ ,. 1 "* 'tTIBODTherewm"bo LMEETING apd,. "'' scale.
e i !: The .MessT Johnson
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Wlpter1 Haven
M. pconght wtth
Mr ;L. O.: Smith l Is spending sen. ) ; from Ji lnea'cTty-in
i peratbre and precipitation a* ; ;' week, *In Lakeland where, A shewas the an' p. door.'meet: WU N.'C.j;-Anna '- 'Thursday. featured them Yrom' ib. No4b/- on id rable

reported by the Government called by the 4llnes. of h.r.IOn'W.; lag under:the aneptee of the Laymenat : ton. Nv Jj[d- W. Hyde and *, and 'witnessed by equipment .for, this venture and additional -. ;
station at Kissimmee: for the '. th..Pastime Theater Sunday. after- ka; C .wn .Tampa,: .< :8cor*'wa-lt.ta:4] ",-achln.rWin' be added', a. *
d4 -
.week;ending;sAog.z27..19141.;; Mr, Sam .Jones. Corrl..Miiler. noon' .".8o'clckled by. Brother C.' JacksonvDlei ? .. ..home .team, -By .,ins needed. .. .., '>
:I nee W.Stute.Everybody!: 'is cordially invitod .; vine;,William Ballon; ; .. { -. 1 t'e 'i ;:
'. -- 'Max.Mln.Raln;; and,little son left Wednesday, for their ,' and especially are. ladies invited Lane,AUanU; .B.. B. : ... t 4eeeh.-'et e t 'CIVIL, SERVICE-EXAMS...'
't + .... I It home in Lake City; after a, rial t.with to all the meeting of the.Lay. A. W.: Davidson N. Y.; 41t 111 51---ll tt <4 ,-' J'
.Fddap _I' ...... .98 810Saturday her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J,'W, Mil men,nntil further notice 1* given. Fred'Daypjames :J : .lmm_ Ba.. Payne,. 1' 'Mr,' B. B.. Hare.' "' t i .
qJt7'Tale."JchDI: I. Secretary" of 'tM- ,
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:. '98.98 68, ff* .O vVS"l, I Come out'and let' T..a Sanfordi : .
.l us:make each succeeding "Adams ; Fifth Civil. Service District, with'of.' ,
Sunday -.v.: _'!I... 94 70 :- I 5 or 0 dose 664 will breaking cue meeting better than:thefor- bur .Winter Haven; B.' flees at 204 and 208 Post Office Build.. '

., J.lClltd.7. ,: . 8-71: of Fever or Chills,., Price. 26 eentL"Mn.J.'Jrf. ; mer 'All interested ia' the'salvation West, Nnto: 'MI...; W. : NEW ? ._ ing."Atlanta, Ga., announces 'the. folw.
., ..ayt :....t1Wednesday '..J. .. : .-"tPaolkame- down.from of aouls should 'attend ;-the- Cottage .Whittler'Robert, ; .Brantly.;i ; DEPOSIT BOXES lowing examinations to be heldd dareing
2 ... 9$ .
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; : W 'B.: Troutman Haines -
: Cairo.Ga Monday being called by Prayer meeting1'in different,part of / September and October: ,
f _.i. :;, :t8 71''' : the illneee and death of her, father. town. They will be'held/as follows: Bonney; Orange Center; recently found that Assistant Superintendent .of Con*'

Thursday _-i"*' 98 74 Mr.:G. W Baas. She was accompanied Friday night at the Lake House,*anotherat :, M.rtJn'Mounda, 111; F. its safe deposit boxes .jitructlon (malek United State.' Pen.y ., "
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--- "" "', J by. her d.ughter.Wsa Myrtle Psnlk. the Park Hotel; Saturdaynightat sonvUle; ,C. B., Nye.\ \ : an additional itentiary., September Jl. 1'U. '' Sal,. k:
\ eoe .' Charlie Siever. and! at Mr.Laneaater' Orlando; H. Lewis.! week "enough new $1000. month 21
-- Fulwood Bass came up from Tampa to doable ,the any' per ; age yearsofover
r' j-i-riiuiuuiiusiiuuisuuiuu Monday, from which place he was ,, near the Christian church;. Hntchineon.Davenport: ; of a safe box ca ; vacancy at Leavenworth,
B. C. deposit
M. Orlando' Williams
Monday night at' D. 'Alexander'son ; ; K.- i -
called- bya telegram to attend the : Ii
.' L.Hensley. people are using them
Donegan place on the Orlando road W. .
ilfic bedside-of- fatherwho Education
-passed Specialist in Industrial
: toc. L.'FIELD.- Just outside city Umlt.1so10hQ'' RqWru-G.rtowi;; F.'W. j for 1hetr''Yalubl. pa. f
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.way-Tuuday..nicht., v .wm.---Beimu4a-:: avenue-;; second T...D;_.yarla.?. .; *, wills, and. mort. (male;. salary;$3,500; age 25 to 60 ?
;: Miss Myrtl. Bobbit ,has returnedfrom for the safe years' : to flU a .eanq-ta U.e'Bureaaof -. -
.. .,,,. house off Mabbette street to the north; chanan, Geo.;;Leigh; keeping. '
,- -- her home in Mlcanopy;where she Tuesday night at Judge G-F'Parker's boxes are k.ptIft.'a Education,' Washington D.-C, ,

4.. ;: 1111II111111111111111111. .. >* ; ,has ben pending the summer, MI. and.B. A. Bowen*; Thursdaynight. ., I Graystoae and are a*" safe a*,, It Copyist Ship Draftsman (male; October '..'

W. H; Brokaw; with Griffiing Bobbit will teach in the KiasimmeeHigh Mayor H..R. Ma?... : Claude R. ,-; thm.. 14-15, 1914. Entrance'. 'salaries' ,.,
Brothers the tree people. 40tf school again this year W.!1U Jones, Chairman, phermer A. S. Harper ; for Ship Draftsman"$3 28 to $5.04 per i!
Sunday at the soda fountains are v'EVANGELIST Fox; Orlando; E.'M., ; TAMPA day; 'with chance of promotion: l-
Mr. Irving Gregory returned Thursday O. K., but Sundays at Manhattan for ;: .MEETINGS.' J.'J.Parish; and wife ; TRIBUNE; PLANT Navy' Department to- $8.00 .per day.
from a business trip to Sanford. dinner, beats them all. Stone Macon; M. ; ba : irio. Entrance salaries.'for )'Copyist- Ship.
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H. F. Unley'transacted business In Are wemaking.uffldent-yrogrear . who been thi : Draft.man$2:00 to i $2.80. ,
R. V.
IL. N. Bratton ha"s sold his- residence Hu rln (Tampa;1 .
for the the Gazette .
comingrevival services? Are Valley'
Haines City Tuesday.Dr. ,
Sam Detroit A. E.
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Bass street to Mrs. Laura ; -
W. L. Wlnn made a business Coleman on whi will move in and open we cleanse pleading our hearts earnestly. with purify God to Lyman J. C. Hardwick. "two., months where, he leaves will ''H.'Raghboomf:: ; a newlyelectednty. dep:.'
our
trip to Orlando Monday. H.- Feagle. Valdosta; M. of l'' who baaben.s-news-
a boarding house at that place Mr. ranee. g
souls that w. may be able'to persuade a* superintendent '
Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. Bratton moved this week into his cot. sinners to give their hearts and soulsto Monltrie; C. J.' Frazier, department -' of the vender for' many yean, still continues "
Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Co, 29-tf tate ar 116 Brack street God and become-servants' of his? Y Jacksonville;. eGo. H. Gee H.l P.lolA.C. Tribune. While'her to sell; newspapers in the ,stre \ ,!p It ",t

( Father Fox, of Orlando,spent a few W. H- Brokaw and -JoeCheek, of Can -we expect a FLOOD OF SALVA- elle Leo RPaschal and son have Paris.

days in the city this week. Orlando and A. J. Richards of Taft, TION to come to us unless we meet I Leslie( Alonzo T. S. 'V,. ; at'the"BUXTB cottage '' 1'- ." .
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,. Clyde Hilton of Loughman apent were in the city this morning on their the conditions "Ask and ye shall re- D. C. Maner Jacksonville f j j avenue and Sumner: -c '

Thursday in the city. way to Finny Point, across the lake, ceive. Seek and ye shall find. Knock" chell, Baltimore; ,E. P. 1 DR; ;J.: C., DAVIS;
to look over the fine orange groves of and it shall be opened unto you. .
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R. D. Woodham returned from Lake City: C. A. Manel
that section. I Are we sufficiently interested in the, '
trip to Coronado Beach. I amas, Jacksonville; E. }. the well knownOptometrist
Mrs. W. M. Ferrell and children left I salvation of the souls of our loved '
'3k
troit Geode } ; .
, John Beaman made a business trip ; ;ft. F/ ,, ; 1. ',
for to Mr. Ferrell. ones to lay aside our earthly cares
, last Friday Jasper Join Sharp, Tampa Henry Reporter 'Star. which ii
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to Orlando Tuesday.Where who holds a responsible positionwith : and plead with God for. their conversion' -I Mrs. Henry Stevenson i : says, that the Orlando
(t you been Joe Met my gir.1 a large lumber company at that : ? E. Southland 'Lakeland Company has: recently) "
down at Manhattan Hotel Cafe for dinner Let every one who can sing join the I ; his home
" place.J. 1 Jacksonville; E. S. ; by Judge Call a* a, ha* returned to offlca"c:
" and gee but it was fine. V. Chapman formerly of the G. large chorus soon to be organized. r Jas. McGee Jacksonville; Bankrupt. fords"and I -

f Miss Irene Hilliard, of Hilliard. Island M. I., spent Sunday in the city the There should be at least 50 to 75 volun- gan, Baltimore; J. C. on.that says; thereto; ' PARK JlOTEL .
, spent Monday in- the city. truest of Misses Louise and Maude teers to do the singing at the coming Kimball. W. G. Learn ; between Orlando, r1

k 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case Thomason. Mr. Chapman was a revival. There will.be four .r five instruments Rice, Lakeland; C. L. ....., where*he .wULtel'erel.lree and sell,
1 of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cents school mate of the Misses Thomason to assist, and you' can que; G.P. PD.rkerc Brother Reese. The t glasses for-a few weeks.' Headache> q
and wan on hid wav to Bartow wherehe serve God With your music. Loveless Mr. and Mrs. Kissimmee has been a cured with glasses a
j. w. Harris spent several days in ;;; will be'associate' }>principal in the Rev. Fitzgerald, of Iowa who is to : .
I Neff, Miss Irene Bankrupt) funds foi
; Lakeland this week. :! ; Work Guaranteed and Prices Reasonable.
Bartow High school. be here on the 17th 'Of September to Mrs. C. L. WrI ht.. Mrs having been appointed I .
r W. A. McCool left for his home atHeaver for is fervant Christian .
preach as, a
: William, of Whittier in find Miami Ed. last
.1. I. was Hanley year.
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and love
Pa. of
Fall, Jut Saturday. a deep
r man great power
Kissimmee last >Saturday on his ; man, H. L.
way T.mpaL
J H. W. Thurman has returned from for the soul of-man. He had a marvelous i,. ,.__
tHot>> !rage AT'KJ, to spend R. conversion and is hislife' sonville; W. Ware -
: a three weeks visit in Philadelphia. month for the lenfflt/of/' his health. I devoting
work to theblessed Lord and
Acklas Of:.St. Cloud was in R. T. Butler and J./W. Ward transacted i Park Hotel. -
; Matter- n.'admo l.uhee us to be muchin
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BassI
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l the city (ne.. Thursday.J. business .in Or ndo Tuesday.It Prayer.This Mrs. Isabelle Swans, ; "

M. Winstonley of Campbell, was is probable that several local -revival is not denominational' Mrs. Belle Burke Chicago v' .

t C. visitor in Kissimmee Thursday. god roads enthusiasts will join the : all the churches are expected to join .Swartz Davenport; Mrs.

'. Mrs. Payne, of Orange Center automobile itinerary from South in and earnestly urged to do so, and Kansas : Geof H. t'

spent Wednesday the city hopping. Florida, which wilf! pass thruogh assist in every way possible havea Flick, Will Flick, Cape : nnouncem .... : '
Kissimmee on Tuesday, Sepmetber t, successful and glorious meeting. Ventel Pakoda; A. ; ' +
" J. W. Miller rtenrned home last and journey to Eugtis to investigate Let"us all join- forces and help'to Lansing John R. K

#f-, week from business trip to Suwane the stretch of sandoil road ..near that build up the kingdom of God by get- Rape. Mich.: John ; ., ,-- ----

county.J. place. ting .' lot of new. converts and then H. A.-King'-Tampa; Dr. 1N'r. '
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# H. Staffer of Green Pond Fla., .Dr.* Hyatt toot F. H. Lawson .'to advise them to join the church of their E. S- Hal Orlando; R. of about September'T.l'I will open $in Kiuimmee a

J pent a few dayIn: Kissimmee visitIng Tampa to-. hospital\ WednesdayMr.. e olee. This is 'a matter that vitallyconcerns Guy Johnson Chicago.RESOLUTlONt4 '-of the well known and fashionable;*LaMode";of'

t;. relative\ last week. : Lawson has been//ill for several weeks us aU, and w* realize we can ;' Thi shop wiD be.a'.woman' store exclusively: !: '
?! J."'McPbattor has gone to Hickory, and his condition remain inch thatit do nothing except by-the help of1 God ON ,;,;
;, N. C.. to Join Mrs.: McPhatter onaVisit was necessary for him to go,to the; and "we must meet ;the conditions to ' DENNIS '\ la'millinery and ready, to wearr-ond" will i solicit. "

4r-; . to relative hospital. o. ,7 f. j. : reach, the throne. of grace. Let aa get -,- .. on the basis .of "

.J'. They do say that sine Lincoln .has. Mr.' 'and Mr// D." Harrington.and close,together and help in this meet- Whereas,,.itha* plda 'It
w::\ had the, Manhattan, Restaurant. Jti.u. little daughter/ returned '-- home this ing.Talkto< your-friends about the mighty.Father to send ,
doe. the.busines. .-*-. week from \ where Mr' Herring- coming revival.' Com out to the cot- summons to remove --:-QualiyEc6nomy

-''Litt). Mis. Edith McLeean: ofNarcoosee ton spent Mane and was'Joined tog* prayer, meeting advertised in another . our ,beloved neighbor-' .... ':
three week* by Mr/1 Hew place, giving place and dates.They !; 7 ,'. ,4> ..' ., ,,..
I returned to her home after, a about .ago. .. it and tocallhlm to his : ; ' :*1" .(.."'0" '> -
spirituaL'and
,: t I:.YI.lt..with friend In th.7. jjV;; .: rlngton.T will'help\ are the helpful cause and., along if yon'will .. Be it resolved! by .. : ; " 'Jji'' "'. "",", bervice 'I' ..,. .r..',;"'_" .l..j"" ..i:
1'. EJ: freight agent of the' No. .,16.2q7.| 'Modem :' '" .- '
'Kra. Smith; of Campbell King. in and worship-with'. .. ; >" 1,1""&
:./: 9a n.spent. Thursday,in'the "cljyhopping. of G. Railway wa in the cityTues- Join..Ttme-fon these meetings draw-i America in 'camp'-' ... . ; .'..11" ,. < '' ", .".4.-:1.,1.1' '1(1.,11', o'f>.. "
withhis inb7umble
- office.dap'oa'buain/ While ere s* connected he met up with his ing near,,, Dont forget ,to pray,'"' while mandates!! we bow a''III..' v.HeaY: ; 'th"e:'.fa :New Yolk and 'PaR..lyle/:' they! nX

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fertle of Whittier Mon- old friend W. A. Joiner whom hs had '1-' 4'LAYMAN..' in t thue.taking unto ) .of the designers', and trimmer will:be;dis-. ,
visitor in the city .. ____ '
were not eeen for !teen years and they v -: -- lajT-lu.LXS u' parted neighbor. that w. &Le ;
.. 1 visit MOONLIGHT \ been taken ->- : .
day.Miss had a delight together. $ EXCURSION having away ; ,
of Jacksonville ... .-
,\ Bessie State, when our time comes, we, "
u., 1* pending her vacation with her- pay M. C. Collin for many months Gazette the There will be a 'moonlight excursion I. prepared to meet our new LMode will be located in the,building' lU' '"J

rents in this city. efficient pressman Sl ill of the the earlier Valley part of- on the lake Friday evening, Sep-I Be it further resolved of.B ,.'aDd)>allingtdn avenues, formerly oor

'.. Mr. Herman Swingley of MtVer- was tak for Tampa where tember 4th. Boat will leave' CaptJohnson's i to the family and friends by Dank'. ttore. It will be entirely remod-' ,
. i the family of Mr. the week.and left dock at 8 o'clock. grocery
-non, Ohio visiting ; Capt i parted neighbor, our
Stute. he will enter hospital for an opera- Johnson is arranging to accommodatea I pathy in their sorrow d..{ WI. try to-make the new;shop! on*:"of the moat.:

Mr. and rfrs., E. MV Oliver have returned ' tion.to''W.fill F.the Of? vacancy ark. of ,Mulberry caused by, came Mr.Collins' large number. Peanuts candies, ment and point them to 'i. iery stores you e'Yer'.Yiait. Wtch\U th!Is! ,jt .

from Perry! Ga. where they up I1Ine ... cake and punch will be on sale. enly Paradise where we for! ..: ;.;- ,
if have been spending the summer. Come and bring some one with you. re-united.. '
: flald boxes for sale cheap. Round trip 25 cents. Be it further resolved Opening { '
'A' ". Mr; and Mr*. Irving Gregory have Cypress e Announcement ;
' bereaved! IIJ -
moved in town and taken: rooms with Oaceola Lumber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf The excursion will be under the be sent to the
iy ;' auspices of the Ladies Aid of the copies be handed the -
. ,
,, has f
Mr*. F. G. Thomason.Mrs. Leon Fermell, who been absentthe Christian church.-- publleaU n.- '
.. ';' J. F. 'O'Berry, of Orange Cen-: past three weeks visiting New 5. :
:. York Boston and other eastern points . Geo. S. Hatttc: 1j.
' shopping. I 1ig -
bas returned home and is again at his E. C. D. (talking to one of the re- A. E. Ford J
porters) lam half married L.
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I.. Sam.
- Mr. Fennell now
"Mr. and 'Mr ;--J.-'Hr Reeseof Orlando poetInbarber'shop. .
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have '
, '; spent the- week end with their says he / had. a delightful trip, but my own conent. Proprietor I LA: 1fODLak. ,. n J.- -

y mother,JMr*. J. B. Reese. didn't fUJd any place where he would ,
.
,'.... The Nelson Realty; Co. has just or- rather 1 .,than Kissimmee.Mr. ; '. ....
.
'";,,f.P--4;; : 'forrethe Truck carload Growers association limestone turned. and from." -'Hi.their. Jas.briday Johnston trip last re- II The Place Where You Get That "Royal Tailor" f . : - - -" r' .

visited Tampa St.
Thev ,
;;, . The: Manhattan Hotel Restaurant I Petersburg Monday Clearwater and'' other i.
the best there is at
J.' reasonable'price.. points/of.interest on, the West coast. .
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Mrs. R. B. Savage: madea business c to
Miss Maud/rhomason will leave this trip to Orlando Thursday., 7 5 thoroug'S1l"' '
afternoon for,Bowlin,.Green tot a vie Ttrf. 'XTOoltl: : left'; Tues }

.:''t, it son.Mw.StuteandMisseiara with her cousin Muse Addie, Thomas Stute day enter/for a and Tampa sanitarium Mrs.,A where; for Mrs.an operation Hlt will + ly .1 rd's. I. Stanford'sDURTNEirrAU.ANPVlNTERiiNEpr ]I: :


'an E have returned from Ohio and Michigan granted Dr. Hoi -a month's vaea- .
: where they have been spending tidn! so hit can be with Mrs. Holt in YOU TAILOR'S BILLS. WE CLEAN AND PRESS ALL -: p *"

I :. the summer. T WOMEN ,"'
,. mp. GARMENTS FOR MEN, AND '
Jas.1 G. Bratton ha* purchased the / Capt. and Mrs. T. G. Duke and two
'residence of Mr. Miller, on North Ber hildren' went over to Leesbnrg Wed.. and DOUGLASSHO .>'
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mnda avenue and .will move his family >eday, where Mrs. Duke and the OLIVER'S 'SUITATORIUMPhone Let ,.
., to that place in the near future."Mr. children will spend some time with .. tHat :! :; '

t and Mrs. G. A. Gilbert .n her sister, Mrs. Miller. Capt .Duke : 61*.*119 Broadway .yours.
'1 children, of Haines City were visl; II returned Thursday to resume his dot., : : ES
.l "t are in, the city the first part 4f t: leg as section foreman' on the Mid- J- .,

;! .land.Mr. I ... ', --- . *Hfc .. .. ..... .. .' n. r
and Mrs. E- M; Ollner arrived "
Ruth and brother
Miss Johnson
8- from Perry Ga.,' where COMING IN. THEY ARE JUST THE RIGHT' '
turned to their home in Daytona Monday last Friday . SHOES ;
a after a visit with. their brother,. they spent the summer Oliver's and are Island.now WHO ARE PARTICULAR ABOUT DRESS. THEY POS- "
comfortably located on" REMOVAL C '
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I in this
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Johnson city
** They expect to make a brief 'Visit to .THREE CARDINAL VIRTUES THAT ALL WELLMADEr
rt i Mri. C. F. Johnson and children( St. Petersburg in a few days and will \
h returned home Sunday1' from /Kentucky -. thenretnrii to Kissimmee for the wintor. .: HAVE-QUALITYSTYLE; .EASE, COMFORlf: ,t
ON 'OR ABOUT SEPTEMBER' 'lt rilE'H ,. \
!! where'they; hav. been spending I '

"the-' summer;. : - :Mis' *-Marie 11 "
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Mr j and Mr*. 'R. S.'F1ofd"and.Mrs.'Dora ha been visiting friends at Washington ; : ,.... 1 v
and other Northern cities,'stopped 'E' "J _' r
(Floyd' pent'-Sunday at >Boggy
wlth'tbe
=: The Shoe
;Creek the jraest* of Mr:and:Mrs...R. at Kissimmee on her homeward Jour, r 'o.m-'e", I : e. ; ; and J name tabs5eo J
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guarantee absolute
\ ? ... and vi.ltlnB\b.r'former,eol.l . your :, / f
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Barber. ;; ney,,
( L '"i >.4 Ye.Mli. *; .ga-chum"Miss Grace'Nelson' and . .t .' .... H .__'"!.""I!" ;;....__ ....... ': 'y .
. Cecil Mosley. of Goth, U the { Mia.Alma Griffin and ..' BHOE-A; .laO.- 'bowa r ;,<
: callingon ; 'tbft II 4om '; 'f'
guest.of_Mr.:,And Mr*,''George Over--'' 'YArlCUI.; other friend here., r ;: .=.wm"lD0get its new quarter'* in the building. ; for tta styli and durable cnaalitTi, '$3' S' ,. ,
street I. .. 't'1: M
onMabbetto ctre '
., ".' *, ; :w Mr."and"'Mrs.. Chaff 'Goodrich'r and to the:po.toffice.'. < 4, --.... ,....-..---... ", I,. :. '
: Miss Marie Hnddleston and JEveietto Mrs : San born.,of St. Cloud- . ; l" "'
p. were ,
'
Robert > 'Tb place 'has been thoroughly mod Wecl and ;; '
were! '
)who r
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among K Visitor' IA.'thecity Wednesday hav '
.-5 :attended the house1 party on Paraaise' Jng com over to meet Mrs. GobdrIeh's! :viII ba8i a po 1tioD'.1o. -se .eyon,14ETTEH'77i,. : :: ; : : ,

'- Ialanf Q T..r'i. Ai, daughter, Mrs:Florence Hatcher, who T : C.\IO ?
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arrived front'Missouri.' Mrs. hatcherwitiematn.inSLClod&Wrybgh ; ' :.. e' ,
,! 'w .' Why oPpoal cJepot.fo1 y- :: thewinter .,. 'J.H' REED ,.... .' '
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.t there ; tke. bUt and ;'contemplatesmaking'her ."; . *\ Proprietor: ;: ... ..... ''. \ .
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smart. '
,. The talc of Idendfylng the ashes I .,. m I Takes \ct'' L'tratMro.MISS I; ,- A Cute. LIttle, Dog
of burnt money in the Redemption Department pstandiked.ruff} collar lire more With a Punny'Nilm..1If'I'

_ _ I of the United States Treasury ." and o ; ffete.
.U, ably handled by Mr*. A. E J r' UI ---- : r .
r. All silk afternoon
r Brown' who ha. been employed in the ..ds gown are promised L t" ..
for fall. ,
.department, lnce 1878. "ate, : t
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At the Family Hotel. The velvet sash Is a new and very t
''Record of 'the University of Wisconsin The wide diversity of nursery methods effective note. '

show that the average grade In this country 11'noWhere more .tunl-- : 1 isA
for young 'women working their way noticeable than at the family hoteL a Long full are seen over plaited I
through college i* higher than that of underskirt( I )
hero one sees children, who If they _
girls of'the' leisure class and whose were not born* with the idea that'courteous xr Velvet millinery will surely have a ;.

,'expense' are paid for them. attention should be accorded their great vogue this autumn. J
o o o
elders hare had this truth Instilled -
F Miss F Tennyson Jesse, grand Into them so early that It seems a part Cavalier capes are being made nowadays dIIi 4: .
:.lllece.of Alfred Tennyson is makinga !: 1 of them. fqr quifc+tliUe girls. .... :.
name for herself in the literary .- "
i a "world. Jlerrecent book, "The Milky l lI I In a certain family hotel one table A hat shaped like a jockey cap is
Way- baa attracted a great deal of ; V.v exhibits two, girls In the rosy flush r.e the latest whim In millinery. -
I attention. I of their teens accompanied by a mother vPs .
I to whom they pay delightful little White silk serge is used for tennis tw-N f "'. .

$ : Burma women pick their own husbfcnds I t attentions. They remain standing- costumes by very chic -vomen. .j' .

k and retain their own names af til she Is aerated or if her entrance to k&I Whit: gloves are now pretty generally --.', .
ter marlage. They also are allowed t the dining room has bbpn delayed, they worn with black 'Costumell. r .

J to anage their own domestic affairs j always rise as she drawn near.
ac a* they see fit and to enquire/; in business. Equally pleasant to watch is the devotion ..Pique is more used than any other :::
mater for collars and waistcoats '
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of a very fat, chubby, ten-year- ;
I, j
old son to his mot rr. Tbe glorious .
r" There are more women in German + I appetite of youth drives him to the CHILDREN'S SAYINGS.In ,
universities than ever before, the $ k .
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r table the minute the meal Is served the streets of Knoxville Tenn.
r number of students of-law having increased a
;, \ from 6 10 15 in five years; in but the entrance of Jiia mother .U the small country boy was walking along Copyright by American; Press Acaoolatloak '1

medicine, from 83: to 1 186, and in philosophy signal for ber on' 'graceful drawingout with his father, gazing at .the many
:, from 310 to 397. Of every of her choir, a service performed I beautiful things he had never dreamedof. Hedley Tango is the name of the ,

,t 100 women, 70 are Protestants, 20 with'the manner of a Cbester eld. I LUCy BDBLIMON. A gentleman who noticed the little smart-loking little-dog herewith pio

i Catholics and 10 Jewesses. 1" It In nlno refreshing to watch a fellow kindly asked. ? tured. Rather an odd name for a dog
V TiCZ n' third table, nt which a father and son- One of the most interesting; families "Little man, where were, you or any other thing for that matter. .!
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Miss Julia Lathrop chief of the the latter probably In his thirties, in Washington is that of Postmaster brought up ? a This little animal is a Scalyham terrier -,
government children's bureau has though ho looks like a younger broth I General Burleson His wife is a "I wasn't brought up, the boy an- and was exhibited at a recent dog ,.1
"book for mothers" and swered. "I came down the river with show in England. The Sealyham is '
compiled a er-take their meals. The younger/ manalwoye'stond. successful playwright, and his daughter a "
after August it mnv be had for the .. until! bis father .la seat Miss Lucy,' has evinced a decided father on a raft rather new kind of dog and is related ':3;
i asking from the children's bureau ut I II I ed Bud never falls to rise should the literary gift. She is said to i to the Irish.and Dandy Dinmonts.. lie ':''t
i' Washington, .). t'. It care of chlldn-n I",", the time of father be tjie .last to enter the room. writing, together with her Cather'slove shows, and is much liked in England $1
4 .their birth to the age of two years. 0.Vcasra wt When the meal Is over he may be observed -1 of outdoor life Some shopS are selling colored and this country where known. Ter. ,')t
I to step aside to allow the older The Burlesons are from Austin handkerchiefs in seta. The idea, it riers from time Immemorial have been 't't

.A nation-TVide campaign for baby man to precede him. Ue has done I i Tex They have lived in- the capital seems, comes from .Paris. There are trained to kill rats, rabbits and other ; ,
welfare Is proposed by a number of this from a mere (child and It has now for many years, where Mr. Burleson seven handkerchiefs in a set. Sunday's smal rodent As household pet they '.,
New York women including Mrs. HATH eonsThe become a part of bin being. has served as congressman. For handkerchief is white, Monday'sshowlI have lost much of their desire to kill, t .

7 rt' ; William Grant Drown former president -- II three generations the Burlesons have, blue embroidery, Saturday'sgold but the sight of a rabbit sets them 'J ;
of the New York City Federa-I attractive bath robe pictured been prominent in public affairs in the Tuesday's rose and Friday's lav- jumping They are very clever and
+ 'tion of Women's' Clubs; \Mrs. Frederick here is fashioned of blue 'and white Too Much Solioitudo. state of Texas. Mrs. Burleson is of ender. handsome dogs, and whoever owns one f .,.
+' Nathan, president of the Consumers' I flowered crape. It has matching bands It la not easy to be a good hostess, southern stock. Her father was a.. is sure to pnze him highly. \ "
,
l : League and others Mrs. Wl1a71loltWakeheld \ I of blue silk, with a jaunty blue silk especially a good tea party hostess.Therelaro native of Maryland, but settled in I OBJECT LESSONS. j )-
expects to speak towomen' I cord and tassel to encircle the waist. many little things to re- Texas. lie was a surgeon in the army I --- -- '
'. clubs throughout the country mom >cr. during the war with Mexico and liked I "Every time 1 See grandfather's : ,:
next winter, urging them to form NOW LONGER WAISTS. The hostess wishes guests to enjoy the life of the frontier so well that sword I want to go to war." ;

,local; chapters of the national organi- .- tho good things but solicitude can be he brought his bride to Texas and settled I. "Well?" \. .
'
ation. there when the "But every time I notice grandfa If YOU Are ;
... Wld. Girdl. U..d to Give This Modish overdone. Miss Lucy was educated war wall over.at the I ther's wooden leg I cool down.-
Effect Gown I Tbe writer once went to a tea where ,
A ouse of childhood, a model 1 to Sweetbriar Academy for Girls in Vir- Louisville Ciurier-Journal. .... I
'MontessoYi school will be opened at The lowering of the waist tine U the hostess overdid It badly. She must ginia. She is and .
I a charming accom- ---------- -
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.Panama-Pacific exposition, and one of the characteristics of smart fall have thought/ that bar guests had bad plished-young woman. The attentionsof t\\
Mme. Montessori, orio-instor of the nothing/ to eat for days by the way Horo !. a rare orvurtmmttr for T- to
t frocks. Illustrated here Is a gown of a bachelor statesman to her have TIIINKING OF BUILDING A
t, JMontessori system wil come from taffeta In striped effect Tbe wide glr- she .pressed sandwiches and buns, tea set Washington to wondering if there get a HOMO of Yovr 0..... .' 'J'
Italy', to attend the opening of the I I and more cups of tea on them. may not soon be another wedding in HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET ", 'j
school. The will ;
:- unique kindergarten I "No. thank and cabinet circles.
,
I | you "Really
be'in seslon lour months. ME-FIGURES WITH YOU. I
I have had and No. Down .
I thanks a huge tea, Money
v rF ASPARAGUS FOR HOT WEATHER '-1 I1 the hike assurances were useleaa. 'The -s," '1.,,!

thatep.regubenefleialedati qualities kind hostess continued offering; more. I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH o' :
J j \ this season. There's a vast difference" between .:
ways of serving,' yi-.., "Won't you have a little morel and .PLANS AND ESTI-' ?
th..jmpleet i
but is the beet/L The
r way "Do try one of these hot bunsT to Mrs a five Years Time MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM
tough enas .should be cut off and the.remaining' .
stalk bound together in 't.'j.: ?" De FU88)"a continued badgering to consume PRICES.'J YWH

'mall bunches "With atrip of muslin. ,. i more and more.After .
a <
.. Olroa .N...." .f Flve *mt.> es-aen
-k> Boll in just enough water to cover : '; : all1;:they were ..il sensible men I Treats !. LIBERTY. PARK U parties .

[until tender,*>ut not soft.* Cook about 'b and women, with average Intelligence who will Improve ....!..... .a,cloooproxlBrity

twenty mlndtes if t.he." 'asparagus is'.. and brain*-not a party .of children -at YSi'Iea 1't I t. Kteci..e.. .. .... bar ARN oLD
tJ: I'young and :freshRemoveipe ... .. ., .' ; 'a school treat.V ' nab j _._ .: :
: stalks from the. I ."
water, .=_.: I. .
.drain thoroughly and place on toast.'' : .
Guest Room Supplies. With Such 'a Chance VButlder .
With Wean be served a sauce made Contractor and ;
'of half 'cupful of the water in which Nothing I* more dlsco&certlnf to I
,. boiled guests than a guest room that 1* not at ibis roe: eaa OOOB Ow TOM Ow KISSIMMEE FLA. '..
it .ha.en a tablespoonful oft ,
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well furnished. Of course every" one I* Homo Im tko moot Favored ofrioH .'
;;butter;/evel tablespoonful of flour and .
,. \half.a .cupful of rich cream. w supposed to carry his own toilet articles luWrlto e 124 Sumner St. Phone 26&

should be thoroughly with him excepting the chance or or coll .. H. M. BRB1AKER ACO
1. :. 'mITxed'ri'lththe flour before It is added unexpected visitor who cornea unpre- KlMl__ .......... ,
ito the' hot water and cream. An old pared.
I I
fashto'ned way serving asparagus is But equally,- of course, the hostess S
n' 'to cot: the tender portions should not take Individual toilet article
Into halt inch and boil them
pieces
fo# granted and she should If possible V a.
J Until they are tender, thoroughly; drain'and CANNING-TlME
serve with butter, pepper and furnish! her pretty guest room f

(tt+ttlt. dressing table with an adequate sup
ply. Hone, celluloid or Ivory, In white. --

,/KEEPING/ FLOWERS FRESH. Is the beat material for these articles, OBAC WTU.IAM KIT,

: \Tb! keep flowers--before arranging for any of these' substances. cm be If America can be said to raven IS-HERE-AGAIN '

''them, in vases arrange; loosely ina readily,cleaned.A national song, surely "The Star
simple I ttLfotthe guest room is Sp.ogkd.Banner"" is that "The
-y ;ilargbowl brimful of water, allowing song. '
.: the- ,water to come just under the an electric bulb supported by a glass Star Spangled Banner" was written in Fruit for canning b cheap and plentiful this year

Blossoms, and place in a dark placetjtor'an candlestick fourteen Inches nigh; and 1814 when Fort McHenry, the defenseof 'No jelly, jam and preserve like.your own home-made/ +
lY hour or so. This plan will shaded-by: a fringe trimmed cretonne Baltimore, was bombarded by the \' '
r :ptlff n ,the blossoms and increase they shade. British. As every one has heard, Have you neglected Calming some year. because of *

''fcngth of time the flowers will keep Francis Scott Key, who. was at the sweltering. uncomfortable kitchen. wjth a piping hot a
-afresh state. time district of the Districtof
attorney
4 ) Indian Law* Party.
o coal or ""ood"re." This year :you can do tb work<< j''a
It;tsrrifttert'RtlnR' to note that rorn- Photo by Aniorlcon ....... Aoooolatloo. Should tbe hostess' who is giving i Columbia, went to the commanderof .
f'pIved ofirryoehineteTherefore, de. garden party wish to emulate the noble the Briish fleet under a flag of Comfortably and Ecoaemfcally if :yea use a K}
if BTBII'1U TAFrTrA Gown truce just prior to the bombardment.
Bed] 'aa a Jtabje decoration the best red"miD the lawn may be temporarily mission secure I
; die outlines the said with His generous was to n
'rO"" planis to put them in the window distinctness startling transformed into a miniature In the release of a friend who bad been
to Hues.
". '' y twen times Entire skirts an are occasionally made dianrencarppmeoL: A near Indian tepee made prisoner by the British .He was FLORENCE OIL COOK STOVE
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looking enough like the real thing detained until the bombardment was
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1TRIOUB.TACTti ABOUT DIA- of Roman ,
r .,1; .A stripes.Embroidered $ be
deceive being
to auk adtflgry can over and watched the attack with the j
'. I t, "\ i <, .'fONDS.l taffeta dresses are purchssed ready to aet up and in thisor greatest anxiety. It was the sight of AUTOMATIC '

r" s ; }'"A-l Ale cannot scratch a real diamond, among the noveltlea. trout lttbe''refreshments may boserved. his country's flag!: still proudly floating .. 1 1g .'" ,.
'bat'will-quickly spoil an Imitation. A Figured basques are seen worn with over the battlement of the fortas .

:-.sapphire< I..the next hardest tong to a plain black tunic skirts. Navajo blankets, I odtan t>askets and the gray light of dawn stole up in .J
.Tt'( '( diamond and Is a bettor test than a Little capea suit almost every typo pottery papoose-alines, tomahawks of the east that inspired him to. write
*'' ''flle.:" ,'" .' woman provided only abe Is slender. papier macho pieces) of wampum and this great heroic poem.
.J ,' Thrust stone into bowlfJrlofwator Fall Key's native state, Maryland, is I
>t ; a diamond a skirts are being made with cluster of are the cbarac-
a among
pipe peace
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-Will_ -- celebrating the ..centenary- the com-
the 1.
and atone glitter et-plaits decorations for Indian lawn .. .
terletjq an
.;through,the liquid.ibut an imitation position the song in happy fashion. :
There seems to be a decided return u
f . under party: While souvenir of birch bark In April memorial water front highway .'c'r
stone loses all its brilliancy war" to long, simple line In dress. J C
will acceptable to tbe guest
*- prove named in his honor was opened I st
] Combinations of broadcloth with sat with appropriate ceremonies in Balti- -

\\j'\. l 3,+f, )}A' beautiful new flower has been in or moire are seen more. This great highway coat 63.- 1. '/

1J .(Avowed ,by Jk. resident of California} 000,000. Over this highway in September -
:' ;,.'''Wbo-has' succeeded in budding a rose the original flag of Fort Mc- AI

,) L'' .a blackberry bush. Henry will be escorted to the old .
,Jr": ; stronghold by President Wilson, members
;. :. ,.-,,.WHY NOT The Kissimmee Valley Gazette of his cabinet governor of states : j/
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::..} .?f ...Jnot .mU.Instead{ 6f shouting, Wants the Pictures ,f All Little the and eighteen a guard of states-100 that men .'picked.werein from the .j

,. ." .".red koep'stilllnsUad .of Union in 1814. .
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'<-'/ -' ;M'Jle', not no hltM goodJT.'Why your. little hammer Kiddies, in' the City and County.TheKjsdmiliite One in of these the most ceremonies interesting will participants proba- Especially good for Canning work. .....L of the

I ", '1(1eaP.1.ur -'ckerlngVnd f. your'I"'!"clamor, .. I.. ,x: ..".' jf..-. .... My be,little Miss Grace William Key Perfect Control of the Flame at all t1m.L". ,
".. JJ_Ahd. iawhwoOd .. *< '- of. Mount V.non._N. Y., who sprang t'
... -. I ; .Valley Gazette believes\ that no more interesting ,You can maintain a hot flame slow '.t\
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traffic for the :
nt4d iliac yourearesb'heigbborpot .. picture.1 can be found for: its pages than those of little children Therefore the barrier permitting!: simmerIng ,
,r alk.of. drew-nor jabon, ', ,t' I the' Gazette Ia.ite.e"17 mother in the city and county to send first time to pass;! along Key hlc wa7. flreaom.Umesfecessary to g. best r.atttt..j) '.: 1_ ?
.. i!i' ua her baby's Utest and -ofthe Its .. She Is tit.'ten-youroldgreat-gr nda .
tL., ,i -'* 'ou. "" I ; ,bet\photo'with'tlae nam baby, 4< .
"'" io' pro t'mad.I.by.pyln 3i .1,' fage\ the name of.the-parent* a nd their addrcs .These picture will daughterj of Francis Scott.Keyand: '. ... T.a. Jut'Twrn : LeYert; V .;

.,.' 'com"'del! ahd'deS4 ni! be C&'ntMlrpre..r..cI and returned to you after their appearance in: very proud"of her..dlattnnlahed.nces. ' '-- ..r-:, .......:. ::. pf-' .;te"rates.. W'lower'the h'.M:- n "
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'FLORIDA FRUIT Column :Forward $15,000,000 : SENATOR 'FLETCHER WY ACCIDf.y NTAU.Y, :w tcoKSfHjr


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FRESH REPORTS OP PROGRESS FAVORS FRISCO .FAIRI' ,sifOi'MAtLilJaT. te :

AND TRUCK FROM THE ADVANCING STATE ORANGE CROP ,, \I' .- tGalneniU.A BY DAUGHTER;y ''

OF: FLORIDA. ,
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of,"the first natters of business deplorable accident ,.., ,
Senator D. U. Fletcher attended to occurred a few miles southwest of this .
y FIELDS I) Fort' Landerdale t .-.Dade County Citrus fruit tor upon his return to Washington from' city when Georg- Lyons aged ,four ,, 'I '
Commissioners plan contributing .cently" closed,crop, including the,'season last rev Europe,,was to write a,.letter to the yean. was probably fatally wounded Iii.h'Springs,'' .-W.. F.Coxv *' 'ProretfTe -
$10,000 toward tlw. Florida.state commission of the Pan by his .- farmer and melon
constructing bridge months of 1913, and the'opening brother,Hassle Lyons, thirteen grower liv
acres New ama-P cUICI International about two miles *
River"C month of Exposition ing south'of High.
1914. amounted to
7,65.1.514 '
f" telling Why creditable exhibit of Fier.Ida .Hassle Springs, was shot and instantly ki11! 4 ?
It
had ben
boxes
.against boxes the seem, instructed
'Farming News)From All lackionvllil.oard'.Fort Commis ceding season,8,125,465 which-wu the banner pre products' in San''' Francisco next by his mother to catch a chicken and Sunday, by hi.*' flften-year-old: daugh g
loners .let 'contract' Lackawanna be good for the ter. It that Cox t
season in'the of the fruit in- year would a thing the fowl being too '-wild ,I to 'be seems : came home
ran
history "
r Steel Co.,'" Buffalo N. V, at about dnatry. In this state :,*. '. 1, ,j states : "> ,i down by the tad; ho resolved to use:a drunk, and it ,is alleged, after,beat.' *. |
$55,000 for steel work' SenatOl" Fletcher'1 Letter. i Ing his wife and running his
Section of required for The last lasted about two shotgun In rounding up the chicken. daughterout
.fho.Stato. season
: : bnlkheading around property acquired months longer than does the average these The senator's letter.in which all of Several children wee with Hassle-at in the woods' he cut an ugly gash r
for municipal docks nnd terminals shipping season and the fruit brought points are covered, is as follows: the time, but he was under the.impree- in the throat of his son. about 20 yean s
, . e e e' Into' the 'Of i cour..,. the main purpose of lon that his little .brother. George aid "He then left home' for .morewhisky
TWENTY-FIVE BARRELS OF Gulfport.-Bayview Hotel &: 'Development approximately-1$16,000,000.state. \ maintaining an exhibit at the 'PanaI was in the house he having been la returning tried to cut,-his
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r FLORIDA LIMES ARE SHIPPED Co. F. J: Davenport, gen The :figures showing statistics of ma-Pacific International Exposition bed when;Hassle left the house." The daughter's throat. .. She managed to
eral manager) ,let contract to establish the number of boxes of fruit marketedwere I at San Francisco in 1916 is to advertiee little fellow was endeavoring to join elude him and picked up a shotgun i.
TO CALIFORNIA RAISING electric light* plant. I, compiled by the Florida Citrus I the state Us products, climate and Hassle and those with him however, near by and fired at close range, the
CONCORD GRAPES., resources whole load taking effect In his '+
III. Exchange from ,the'flgures'availabloshowing f-' and when Hassle fired the gun at the left;
Pablo Beach.-City contemplates the amount of fruit handled "Experience has shown the ad vantage -! chicken most of. the discharge of bird! breast.Cox,; ,leaves- a wife and four.'r'
voting on $10,000 bonds to build elect by the exchange, about one-half of the of proper publicity and legitimate shot struck George who' was about children : ; 0
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Jac O vill.-About 225 barrels of trio light. plantS. j crop and from the record of various I advertising. The best way to show twenty yards away, his body being hid v Justifiable HOMicide. ,
liroea-Wsre. brought in from the keys .. e transportation companies -and. companies I what a state wil produce is to lay before from .Hassie-by-weeds*;, Immediately .His son Immediately notified. theauthorities'in '
last w 4k and the movement this week Punta .Gorda-Clty let contract to', .handling fruit in the.northern ''I' the-eyes samples of its products. afters the probably will run to 250 barrels. Au-i establish electric plant to furnish 1500 cities. "T-- '- You do- not have to argue with the screamed and hi. b1'Othereallzed ;Bexleyepipanneld a coroner'sJury.After -
gust will be the..heaviest shipping I I lights; lighting plant. and water Manager L.., D. Jones'of the exchange : :- people or to' talk to Indifferent ears, what haet occurred.- The little fellow a.thorough investigation, a
month of the season. The fruit is being .:| works to be operated by 50 H..P..emit.', _says that the estimates the when you can'place in their.hands was thinly! clad and a.score or'more a verdld"of' Justifiable.homicide-wss-
4r widely distributed.. '. The quality )Diesel oil engine and electric pener- exchange are' baaed on :reports from Jbefortheir eyes the things .youare.talking of the shot found lodgment In his face, rendered.The:' family very much regret :,
is fair ana selling at an average price ator. : all parts of the state place the 1914. about. They can see for breast and abdomen. One shot'penetrated this affair, but alt-seem deeply' ain
of $8 per barrel. The A:: F. Dechman' e e "; 1916 crop at 9,000.000. boxes, establishing -' themselves. Supplement the exhibit the left eye and several entered sympathy with the girl. Me Cox u''
'T Company o fthls city made shipmentlast I New- a new record.Mr. with literature, showing climatic cons the cavity of the lungs,and abdomen was a big fanner having bad ciarge "
week of 25 barrels of limes to Smyrna.-Florida Citrus Exchange Jones says that there never has ditions, healthfulness educational A' physician was summonedfrom: of the Atwater place for the part two
wholesale houses in Los Angeles. Mr. organized; will construct 108x' been provisions, transportation facilities, years but wet considered a very dash.
time this
a at season of the year this city and rendered what aid .could -
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Dechman' states that. he believes this I D. ft.Jones building business for packing house; L: when the prospects for an abundant and have someone prospered to answer be given the little boy, but his chanceof gerous< man. :.
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to be the first shipment of Florida manager. yield were so promising as now, and all questions In an impartial way as recovery II slight J.1.
California. The 1 e e e to all sections of the and In-
limes ever sent to that the condition the and state no
proves
firm also is making shipments to Denver ;, Mayport.-Florida East Coast. Ry-, the appearance of the fruit give assurance vestment of a reasonable amount of his Georg4 elder was very much devoted' :'to DAY ; .,
brother and tBe 'is LABOR
Col., and to other eastern mark- |1M. Riddle, general manager, St. Aui of a crop of exceptionally fine money could be more advantageouslymade latter: :
ets. Most of the lime used in Cali- i gustine, Fla., will rebuild coal ter- quality.Fruit. for the good of the whole state heartbroken over ,the sad 'accident.BIG .,' ,
fornia.are exported 1 romthewestern_ j! minals. -" growers who have studied the than such an investment. f 1
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part of Mexico but owing to--the-:=-f r - --- T: -* .- -- market conditionswhich- affect mar.. "Our people often make the mistake IN'EAST4COAST
settled conditions in Mexico the sup- ,j.f Clearwater.-Pinellas County Boardof keta are of the opinion that the con- of assuming, because they know what :CHANGE : AlrDAYTONADaytona. --
ply has ben cut off or materially re- Trade, P. J. McDevitt, Secretary tinuance of the war in Europe may Florida is, that people "
duced. The prices paid for Florida I Pinellas Park, Fla., plans to construct tend to strengthen rather than weaken people generally in many ports of '
limes by the California merchantswere I 40 to 50 miles road; bids received on i the American markets. .This re- else likewise know. The truth is, that WATER ROUTENew ,
excellent: The express rate was I j marl, shell, rock, macadam, sand and; sult, they.aver, will be brought aboutas the country and particularly people 1
slightly In excess of the original cost i I oil, concrete and brick construction; a result of the perils of navigationand who "do not travel much, know very .-Under the auspices of '.,
of the limes.. Last Monday this com- prices per square yard. assuming that:: the fact that so large a part of .little about Florida. Smy ii .-Northern tourists the Daytona, Chamber 'of Commerce' '1:
pany ..celved'102 barrels of limes 'i all rough grading has been ocmplel.ed'i the ships of the world will be engagedin "Those people would make good cit who come to Florida in their ;yachts arrangements are being made to make is
from Miami where almost the entire I the work directly associ.tedwith izens, and those are the people we de- and make the trip down the'East the coming Labor Day celebration "
lime crop of the state is marketed Palmetto.-City, T. S. Pollard, elk.,! the war and la the carrying of sup- sire to bring to the state rather than Coast through the inland waterwaywill easily the most successful event of its, 4'\ .
from the outlaying keys. i let contract Hv Stevens Sons Co., Ma-! plies for vast armies. Large quan- the foreign element we see arriving at find a big' chance In the course kind ever attempted this section.- r.;
I con, Ga., to furnish pipe for four miles tities of oranges, especially Valencia Ems.Island. We ought to sweep-out of the waterway between this city and -Citizens and commercial. bodies'1' of "'IiD.yton.Hon }
Estero Packing Company Chartered. e' sewer. .*, have been shipped. from Spain -of the minds of people everywhere annual 'trip south this winter: This Ii1U. Pert'Oranlt"8.--oz..r.- ,
Estero. Articles. of incorporation,, and considerable of the Turtle-Mound monk Daytona.Beach..andSeabreete .
a part American misconceptions and misapprehensions when they maker tfietr ; ;;:"
of the Estero Packing Company have : lemon supply comes from the regarding our South Atlantic and gulf change is caused by the cutting of a sr. 'lending every aid possible In an: ;!
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been filed. The corporation is composed j(,: 000 Sariford.building.-B. P. O. E. will erect $20- south of Italy and its islands. states, and we ought 4o exert ourselves canal by the Florida East Coast Canal effort to make the celebration' the big-' > ;r;

of' A. C. Marshall Samuel i j I . to accurately and honestly lay and Transportation Company from' gest.and best. {j
Scott, W. C. Cresw, Conrad Menge before those who -would prefer an shipyard two miles north and west.to Ample funds with.which to carry ""'
Earnest Frantz, Earnest R. Bailey I 1 I Key West.-.Bt. Paul's Church has TALIAFERRO CAR agreeable climate, in the midst of the straighten the route and eliminate a an interesting program has been pro: .",, ',
Duval and
and Frank E_ Hall. The new concern plans for building at Eaton I' best conditions and where opporUin- number of dangerous bends and turns vitied.and. thousand f'people from t ;l
will be known as the Estero Packing j! streets; cost $3,000.. e ties are abundant FaD Information I nthe channel of the river. I every section of the East Coast will :
Company and the principal office and I' KILLS[ A WOMAN about Florida, when'that is properly :' The new cutoff is a little over 9,000 flnd continued"amusement. and pies,_. "
place of business will be located here. I I,I Micco.-Episcopal church, W. H. done Florida's future will be assured feet In length Is 70 feet wide at 'he I ute during the) day. '" -: ----=: --t.stir """ ,t- ',r-
The capital stock Is $8,000, divided Cresson Archdeacon, City Point., Fla., j I beyond all expectations." top and 60 feet at the bottom and has attraction of the day will be Ihe;; '. ,
into 80 share of $100 ea h. will erect cement. S. block. building.Pensacola. an average depth of 6Vi feet at mean- presence of Governor Bark Trammell.
-.Bethlehem N. H. 'I low tide. who has accepted an invitation to at.:"
Raising Concord Grapes in. Florida. .-State Board of Health -Miss Mary Burroughs .. ..
tend and deliver an address. ;a
aged fifty of No. 1
: Concord are let contract to Willis A Broughton, : years, PALATKA POST TO Labor '
-1 Melbourne.- grapes
East 130th street, New York city, and RUSKIN ; Day fall on September' ?,./'
now being raised In Florida. George Pensacola, to erect laboratory; con- l WOMAN and the following program has been
R. land
Newport, I., and i"
prominent
Davltt has a fine vineyard and has crete and terra-cotta; cost about $20- .a arranged, to be carried out on'
-architect I KILLS HERSELFRuskinILer'bdy that't
was mortally injured
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marketed large quantities of grapes. 000. scape APPEARSEPT. 14j "
and her sister, Mr. Amanda Arbuckl.1 day* *
out : f
vines set a year ago on
These were Motor boat races the Halifax!
last February. Mr. Davitt has-three j i i- Allandale* -Allandale Co. bas con of Washington, D. C.. was seriously i I rigid in death river beginning promptly 8:80 a,'. r
.. acres planted and expects to increase tract 'and is erecting 28x 2-ft. clubhouse Injured late Saturday afternoon, with a :32calibre bullet through her' .
":"-r.! his acreage considerably In other J l I .for Allanwooa Inn; also water when an automobile owned by T. C.I j I Paltakav -IL' P. Nerwich formerly body from a pistol which lay at' her Grand-parade beginning; promptly! "

years. 'He has several different varieties. tower tank, laundry and servants' Taliaferro president of the First National -i I advertising manager of the Daily Item side and every evidence of having suf. at 10 a.. m. : .... :- 'It, -'
He has used no commercial I quarters; clubhouse- have six bank of- Tampa, Fla.; ran into,,"-of this city has portion oftha.Hollomon fared mortal agony,-the body of-MrL Labor Day 'oration' .,,Park'Trammell "
fertilizers but .simply cultivated and l rooms and bath and smoking-room them 6n Bethlehemiavreet near some printing plant of Jacksonville V. B. Bramlett was found in a room Governor,of Florida.''11
sprayed the.climate and the eotlGrowers i on second farm ttageL'.7 Miss Burroughs-died,I and will begin the Issue of a at her home neat'here.-She had committed .. ., 'a. p7'AutomobUO
did the end ,, floors. .eJacksonville.Wm. ., later at hospital to 'which! she and daily paper to be' called the Palatka suicide, all doubt as to this be- : race. :.n they 'ocean' l.
Foor' and R. S.Hall.Ocala Mrs.,Arbuckle-vrere taken'in Mr. Tal-j: Morning Post on September Mr. ing removed when a note left by her' beach beginning at ct+'
promptly 2:80p.
at Dover; Organize' FUu, let contract to O. P. lafer 'a' car imediately.af- the sad I' Net-wick eam.'here'fromJKe West, I was found and read. In It Mrs. ram. ,tn. ,: ., : ,
Dover.-The" Growers' Strawberry Woodcock, Jacksonville remodel serbous. 'Mrs.." Arbuckle's condition and baa.had newspaper experience in lett-said she. had suffered 'business reverses ';;-Grand" ball ;at'the' N.utilus'and' .
Association ha been (organized herewith Hotel Duval; remove porches and bal'cQnl. i is ., '., J British Colombia, and South Africa. and; decided to end her life. The -beach ; ...
J, W Gllajfh.ri'preaidentr, D.'E. ..; 'exterior finished in stucco; Mr: TaU t.iro.said he w.s'passing Pal.tka,already has one daily and note also staid that she had first atr m. beginning promptly-. "r'at 8:30 f- p.t
Jones, "icepresidentand N.\\ L.- Ban 'floors of'lobby' ar.d, barber shop low a' small car which veered to ,the left four weekly papers and six printing tempted suicide by drowning but that Motorcycle'rcee: during ebb tide : n
- ,, association has ordered 500 strawberry ,' ; j : lfeeion'hAdrove' his' bi",auto off the in the South of.the. same populationhas -tance down., the river and Into the .: p. m. 1'p
refrigerators to be built and in the 'F; ls .--;:FelUmore: P -ecl'nctNo.. road into,: a. ditch.'. Miss...Burroughs as many.-printing establishments, bank.' She then went to the house, '
'future intends to ship from Dover .n 14, will vote on bonds to enact $25,000to and MrL'Arbuck1.'Who were-walking and all of them seem to be doing welL changed her clothing and shot herself. Punta Gorda. ,-' Sklpp f;Bro.'N., pal
5 'berries grown in this vicinity or sell'f. $30,000 school.- beside' the road.were not seen byMr.t j "'The.-existence newspaper* in-a .The bullet passed just over.the heart. Holderby.. and other let contract"1. st
o. b., Dover. Later in the season S Taliaferro-who was trying to get out community I* usuallyconsidered an Death probably 'did. not' ensue for R. Hutton to erect corrugated galvan' ,
: association will organize a vegetable Zolfo.-Capt. John Collier to erect of the way of the .other, car and.they, index to prosperity Intelligence and several houra-The.woman committed ised-iron'' building for, fruit-packing. ( . v
union and will be heavily Interested four dwellings-two 6 rooms and two were struck by the fenders of the machine progressiveness. the rash act,on-Wednesday; honso. r I, ,
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of citrus ,
in the spring shipments j
fruit and vegetables. The board' 4 rooms; electric Iifht ,. .
of directors are J. W. Gallagher, N.I" PASS-A-GRILLE TO ; dk
Gorda. A. J. Kinsel will
Punta -
I, 1... Sanchez. J. E. Williamson\ C. erect store on : FLORIDA CROSSTIES I BUY SCHOOL SITE '
'r" Williamson, J. C. English, I. B. Rouse King street : '

and J: M. Duncan. Tampa.-Mrs. Josephine Parslow I St. Petersburg.--Residents of Pass- BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES a ''a,

Increased Celery: Acreage. S04 East Palm avenue has plins by FOR NEW aGriUete; raising money by subscription ,
Manatee.-There will be an increase H. E. Parslow 308 American National YORK to purchase a site for a '
; In the celery acreage in this section. Bank building, Tampa for store and | schoolhouse that has been promised .f
Truckers are' busy preparing the land hotel building; to contain three stores' : Pensacola.-A four-masted schoonerwill them by the county schol board. The
d':' 'and planting seed beds.) The crop lastyear ; ordinary construction; tar and gravel arrive here Saturday to-take out paper is in circulation now and to
was a good one and the majorityof roof. a cargo of twenty-five thousand crossties date $100 has been pledged or paid in. u.
Yallow
tii.: the'growers made money. which have been cut and szsembled The site will cost $1,350? Pasa-a- P het
-Thezrap4frulcropia.ln..1nt.! shape T.mpa.-T.mpa Tribune Publish here by a New York firma The Grille has been; asking for a school
and the yield; promises, to be larger bug Co.will erect_areho1l at-Tampa lies are for the. New York Central and from the'county for three yean. A -.- (bp
; -than last season. and Whiting Streets, 105x70 feet; four other eastern railroadsand be- movement ,1&w.u. orL.foot. to. erect a, : , "
,,p stories. ; brick; .cost $35,000.. landed at,,New York or Boston. church this winter.SUAERIOR' "-.-- '--"-", ., :.. ,: .. ,
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Truckers
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: planting their seed beds for the I Logan &: Townsend, Lakeland, to EVERYTHING-==. s
:r late fall and winter crops. Other erect Carnegie Library; completionby I It :
are clearing their December 25.
fieldsfor
b' getting their land into I .

yr?, truck. There will\ be a large' acreageof Pensacola.-Sistcrs of Charity, II i
peppers and eggplants. Truckers I Emmiteburg, Md., let contract -at SERVICE TOBUILDY.OURHOUSE :;:
', also will plant tomatoes potatoes let- $259,000 to Evans Bros. Construction OURTEOl1STREATMENTM !

tuce, cucumbers and beans I Co Birmingham Ala., to erect hos I

Strenuous Fight on Citrus Canker. pital. '
J 's ,Gainesville.. W. Ph.D., '" Lake Helen.-Volusia County Board WE HAVE' IT .
'Florida'nepect'
of the University of : I' Public Instruction will expend $10,000to
: and'entomologist, 1st making a fight .
-' J against or the citrus canker which shows erect-school and assembly; four hall recitation brick t We are fully l equipped and manufacture all grade ,of '
rooms ; ;
:" a tendency 'to"spread throughout theState. fireproof galvanized or tile roof. lumber-rough and dre** d- Ceiling<:, Flooring,Siding, Doors, ''
He has 84 men devoting their '
'time to rid state groves of thedisease.AtMontioello. *Gainesville-Alacbua'County Fair SAVE THE TRIP Sash, Shingle, Laths, Window and Door Frames, Moulding \ e ,.

.,where the canker first Association will receive bids to'erect of all kinds, Framing.dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.'

14 made pletely its eliminated appearance, it has"been com buildings stories; m.cJiine'T'OxGO; .RTieultural, '40dOO ft." story ft.; 2; w .. ---p A Y- .BY- CHECK-" We also carry a complete line of BrickUme,c ime.at. Paints, ..S

shed 24x60 - 'Yar rthheri and GIa *. .W arable,.to.to furniihjroiJLeTeryt' '
i FLORIDA TRUCK FIELDS. cattle shod 24x100; hog ; J ; .
Emporia.-The citrus fruit crop, is utable 25x125; restaurant, 30x60; will, afford you, a considerable thing for your house or yeur barn, from ground to roofs. i'' WQ
\ be ladies restroom '24x40; 'grandstand, in time and .
; 'a looking fairly well and will considerably & expense, In the .
ed larger than last year Tree 60x150; 4,500 feet of fencing: ; half of a year to pay by check-the
r in good condition. mile race track; H: IL Wadswortb. ,

,". ,Y are merly Winter with henBsrtl t C. Gardens at business manager.Jacksonville. .-. r ,. business-like We cordially, method Invite:of)set'oar' j 1 I Send for Free Es6nate.: r

'\ Orlando is preparing 20 acres of land -.--John H. Camp KingFisher : account wb lherlarge" or : .

f. and sill put in various vegetable Okla.;T is reported .s.planmnlt't . ,, .
-for fall and spring shipments, establish cannery_ for'' fruits and . .- < .' ,
crops !, I -
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f_ '.. 'FORT MYERS'STREETS . ; l' r ;cent. Interest. Paid on ,. We '' glad to gire.you Price and/ Estimate1 TilTbe '
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-...>' work alt the has streets been of going!\ importance steadily are on unfit now' \ jreported' ,. .-.- k constructt steel t ..;. bridge.' t .. .' .3 ' -Cttsb r!" V ,
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'' PACIFIC ,INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN :SAN FRANCISCO' IN: i915jl :

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t.f; y THE- TROPICAL SOUTH GARDENS OF TilE GREAT. PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL, EXPOSITION' AT' .SAN- FRANCISCO I I!


'This 'panorama reveals some of tbe brllllnot architectural phases of tbe great Exposition which will 'ppea on Irel 20, 1015. On the left ls tile colossal glass dome of the.beautiful Palnre of Horticulture, rising almost 200 feet and t. ':

y. more than 100 fwt In diameter. On the right Is Die grout Palace of Liberal Arts, while still further to the right may be seen the steel framing of the great Tower of Jewels which will| | be 435 feet in height: In the foreground orna-- d

i q x {" mentor palm*Vaodr, shrubs .from distant corners of the globe hare found a new home In California. .. ;' .

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f= WAR AFFECTS CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR DESOTA GO. TRUCKERS KNOW LITTLE SCHNARR'S Insecticide SPRAY 1u


I Klllo every Wblt n).. Larvae, Scala. Runt-Mlta and Red Spider that are 1ft
i NEWS IN FLORIDA TO PLANT BIG CROPArcadia.There hit Removes sooty mold and Insures healthy1 trees and brig-ht fruit.
Agents for Bean and Niagara Power Sprayers and Hand Pumps. Also
OFORANCES State agents! for Niagara Brand Soluble Sulphur.J. .

I1 t{ ,POTASH TRADE [ is every assurance L bCIIKAHH.... COMPANY. ORLANDO. FLORIDA. K,,0I i!
a ; I Ministers come and go, but the that there will l be a decided mcrch.se I I !! 'Insecticide Will Not lalere the Whitely Fnm i. '.

n Christian church of Kissimmee holdsto in trucking acreage in DeSoto county ..

J' Outside of German .there is no ; its minister, Rev. A. N. Chiaolmn. !1 thin year particularly tributary to I II "Some persona know little _. ----- -- -.-- -- un -:.
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In calendar before very - -- -- ---'"
holiday hanging Arcadia.
known supply of potash a the city of ; ';
; ; --commercial desk the for this' I about Florida "
i I It our quotation and orange growing in remarked -
salts. If the German supplies are cut Farmers truckers are in the
i week is: 'Do not grasp at the stars, i Moses of .
4 Foljpm secretary
nearly day buying '
+ off during the European war city every now ;
f # ricultural world must either ;th. but do, 1te'e'Plain! that common duties work as and it', seeds for their early seed beds, aiming; the Palatka Board of Trade to a reporter CARSON:: FARMER:: ::
certain daily
,, 1 out potash salts after the ; daily comes bread are the sweetest things inlifeIs I at the late fall and early winter mar i for a Washington.paper. "It I s i =NS'O'a.A.J-TOE-: :
; ply now on hand exhausted or bestir .this for in the I kets. Some (growers are already I not rich man's has been
not good us I a game as
find another adequate clearing their fields and getting themin ]
itself to heat of summer, when daily tasks ; asserted. In the last season the orange Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency :.
;., i source of supply Already many inquiries must be done whether, we feel like i shape for cropping. region of Florida shipped North .
regarding potash have been them or not? )| Peppers and eggplants are being; 24,000 cars of citrus fruits, besides State Bank BuildingNelson's
addressed to the United States CeoI largely planted in seed beds and they
I It was pleasant to receive recently many thousands of boxes by steamer.
logical Survey and the fertilizer will be ready in about six or eight .1.1r
I j! a letter from Mrs. Rev. R. C. Drisco The new trees ready to enter into
that small quantities
s:, Journals report hands who with her husband. the vice-pres weeks for replanting. commercial bearing the coming season .
ef spot material are changing sitlation: j ident of Northeastern district. and Farmers will give no little attention give promise of increasing shipments -- --- 4s
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t at sharp.J\\premium.The.... 't 'away. .from Pomona! for the summer in to tomalrfes, potatoes, beans lettuce to a total of 30,000 cars. Thousands
undoubtedti 1 y more e acute m an J
national interest Washington u. u, and cucumbers. The enormous yieldof of men are now engaged in the busi-
a few years ago awakened, when the fact-J Miss Laura Lewter writes that in tomatoes in DeSoto county early ness and many more are planning; togo
to
was first Orlando Presbyterian Endeavorershave last spring serves as an impetus forth I into it. The industry has the encouragement .
de-
( is entirely j
r that the United States joined in a nice warm-weather planting of a much larger acreage and help of the scientists -
LA'*'L .> pendent on Germany for this important plan helping to hold what are called this year. Many of the growers have of government experiment statlons. -

-4 oJ class of fertilizer Potash materials.Salts.Potash I triangle meetings." These are composed by the profits made last year been'able and there are few of them in List 'j
} Wide Use of in of Baptist. Methodist and Presbyterian to acquire farms of their own and the State. y
j saltsare employed many who' meet at of those who already owned
industries other'than the fertilizer! industry. young people many "The orange;' tree is a hardy one,
i farms have added to their holdings
the hour once a ;
prayer-meeting and to intelligent
is used in responsive ;
amount very
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of the three churches.We .
making and in the month at one care. There is no more risk in raising -
glass and soap wonder why it is not weekly instead oranges; in Florida than there is
of number chemical
z manufacture a include potassium of coming so far apart. Manyare in raising corn in Iowa tobacco in that
products. These 13,000 [iACRESl IFPOTATOESINfFLORIDA caneExchanged.
for vacations, and this !
now
away in buckwiitHsi.
hydrate, or caustic potash, and the I plan for fellowship in_ Orlando is _Kentucky,1..__.. ._ ,D_potatoes___,..___, Maine_ -
and bicarbonate of potash -- in rvnnHyivttnm, or peanuts" in
r carbonate
.,. and surely elsewhere. Virginia. The Florida orange is the
*vnsed principally in glals' soap. Wagon (
Rev. Geo. of West Tampa |
4 the potash alums; cyanide, best of all citrus fruits grown in continental -
',.' making; cyanide, potassium our,vice-president, also State congregational America. Our State has the
Including potassium
ferro-cyanide and potassiumferri i church leader, plans to visit orange climate just as the South has :
: various potash bleachIng Key West,..then Miami, and end up on the cotton climate. {
yanide; with the first Washineton.-Tbe Florida Irish .
September 2-8 convention -
L chemicals, dye stuffs, explosiveseontalning potato patch contains 13,000 acres "Bulletins Issued by the United
of Southeastern district to be
e; potash nitrate and along I held in West Palm Beach. Mr. Wal- this year and the total production will States Department of Agriculture amour .1
chemicals I State institutions and books ....... ..
list of general dron is to be most active in the con be approximately 1,149,000 bushels, full ::
The Work of the Geological Survey.iThe .i according to estimates made by tho practical Florida growers give
vention.
needs of the manufacturers and' United States Crop Reporting Board. details concerning the difficulties and 3V
the country are well Miss Myra McMillan the Endeavorer obstacles in connection with the orange '
the farmers o The conditioi of the 'crop is 85: percent
keenly appreciated, br.Geological..Survey. > I' of Gainesvillewho always answers industry and thousands of men :
and norinxl ? the the
known at
', itiu price present
s fetters is now in Babylon, N. Y., haying {
successfully
.Since the ques.tlon time is averaging around .$1.23 can cope with laDY trouble. ..
320 Acres of .
of domestic ,. of potash salts a lovely, time on Long Island bushel. ." good Oklahoma land free and eJ Car from debt improved .

J_ bM'become .of public Interest the close to Great South Bay and the per In 3 mile from railway, town worth $20. per acre;.owner ij: an y
Continental United States there
)I endu ored $0 J lo- ocean. She It to return in September elderly man and wants to to Florida for milder
Government haJ. come a climate.itriH
,. and Gainesville, ,likewise North- are 8.708,000 acres planted; to this NEW PASSENGER DEPOT : h ?
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taU deposits In toil country, and hasHloUoweatJp Central t district will rejoice. product and this :year's production is FOR give' a fair and honest deal for a Florida citrus, grove' worth. equal
that seemed ST. ,PETERSBURG : '
Blue '
every estimated at 860,614,000 bushels by amount, or ''Yf time differences due. v l"
Mr. Frank t!. Spinning is president ,8 ; onany,
results,of;'mP "> The the Federal Department of .
-o promise f ( I of the Presbyterian society in ,Winter Agricul : : '
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Bnrvey'i work hat extended'and fromf from , Haven.,. He writes, "The society ture.. j This year's crop will exceed ..St. Petersburg.-Contract for the 80 Acrer improved i. Reno'Co.. Kas, all in eultmtion.and lacrop ;:;. "

"Slew York ,to',California and has" has been small this summer and hardto the average' crop of the past five years erection of the new passenger depot to ,-,one-third to gp' to owner of land value $40 per acre, encum :
Michigan to Louisiana cpv. by approximately I bushels. be built in St Petersburg by the At.IantieCoast : ?
4,000,000 .
keep going, but there is still a fewleft
bered due
$700, in 'three : 6
lerM of' Investigation.where and trying to pull things The nation's production last :year 'was Line railroad was let.to 'years at, per cent interest leaving...taf-
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results they
might 1 be expected. ex- together."'.,Winter.Haven is thinkingof 831,525,00 bushels yes produced 'on E.'W.' Parker Tampa., The depot equity,of $2300., Want ,to deal 'for, a(Florida.truck farm of.equal l:

,eejttptlonihhavedbeen'karriedtsout trying the C. E. play,' A Cunning 8,668,000 acres;of land and''sold for now in -use wil be moved at once and : value j
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Son. ," for the benefit of a good $227,903,000;. or an average' of 90'.) actual; construction of the new one -I. '
,along several ides has been.Deep cone at time local!, and life toward. Headquarters cents per: busheL commenced_ within a few days. : We also have an excellent grove' of 20.acres worth $15,000.t .

.* for saline and r during the past year, In"CoIlmbue Building Fund. How many Will pay better than 25 per cent on the investment from present crop. ,
.P.tlon -
Marsh and Black Rock Des- others will get the plan up? Come tee us for bargain, full particulars to interested parties. -
"Scretary Grace" was sick last week .
continued
'ett. Nevada -and will be and to send news to papers. It
I Black Rode Desert this year.and .bitterns O[ Nap was unable hard on her. Wonder if any one (CPrlckly Ash, Poke :Root and Potassium) :
J brines
,ural and artificial missed the articles besides their writ- .
i have been collected at all the Bl United t-mak.| I. Prompt Powerful Permanent :
in the er. \
;,; Ing establishments localities Both the Riverside and Springfield Good results : .
great many other Its beneficial tt- Stubborn ommm ar.
'States and a .....
;i examined ((8)) Deposits ofalunlte Presbyterian societies of Jacksonville tact an unully ;.1d to P. P. P. U.tingit" a
and < .lt quickly nh.ooah.'nudio you tostayctmdda .
have kept running in eplen verr
,and other minerals, eontaln- Tmpa w ** are u..l.l .
In
have been InvestigatedIn all summer. So have some
;tu potassium, states. (.) Certainoccurrences and many smaller towna. Our En-
and other
T -Utah of Igneous rock known: to deavorers mean business, year around. P.: P. P. j
> dnsiderable quanties of potash Grace A. Townsend.
contain been examined. Much Interlachen, Au If. 25.EXCLUSIVE.. NELSONREALTY CO.
have
salts Makes rich red pure blood-cleanses the entire
? been done by.private
_w'work: has also digestion and nerves.A .
Initiative along practically all the lines system-clears the. brain-strengthens

.." nentioned above The Bureau of 'positive specific for Blood Poise and skin diseases. -
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,. .4t' goals oi4h..Departmentof Agrlcnltntb The I gave Henry a beautiful necktie of Drives Out Rheumatism-Stops tbe Pain;'ends Malaria-,

ww/i:has II jnvestlgatedthi and kelps.will; be my said own Mrs make Newlywed.for a birthday present" is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. REAR STATE BANK, :n: KISSIMMEE -FLA. i

;,. ,pushed with'incle.eed; vigor, provided "How nice!" replied her friend. R V. UPPMAN CO..*" *& SAVANNAHGAT
'' the necessary funds are supplied. "And was he pleased,"

_To, all those Interested ill the .u1)- "Oh. yes; he said Its beauty should _
Ject th.' Geological Survey will be be for no other eyes than his own. He ,
: ''I K pleased to send free of charge the has locked. it up in his desk. Wasn't .
,available reports which have been Is- that lovely of him," iv
I wed on potash salts. Inquiries should ''I
be addressed to the Director U. S.

Geological Washington, D. C. These War Prices Don't
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Surve1t
?, t l portationa.The TAKE DODSON'S AND
n imports of potash salts listed

as such in the reports"ot the bureau -- effect. the IDEAL kk

,, of'Foreign and Domestic Commerce, STAY ON YOUR.FEET'f.klnl'

include the carbonate syanide, chlor- Gazette1 .. .
itt. nltrat* and anlnhato.. caustic Valley Office .
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ili' pofisTb. t ; and other potash >mP und8. ,. .
Importation of the above salts In Calomel means staying home -J---' Jlf* 9
j c round" numbers the last three years .for the day-take Dodson's Liver PER TILI2KRS
_ has averaged ,635000.000 pounds Ink Tone and save a day's work. If an -
of letter mailed aD'J. of ices
I quantity and $1l,000.000wtsvnaonay attack; of constipation or biliousness Copy to job : .
. -These figures" hitsyottfJtheres no'need to--take-. - *
T a part of the potash sate entering the dose of calomel and spend least a WAITING PAPER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION. J

'United States as they do not. include day getting over the effects of it. J, At meeting of the Writing Paper Manufacturers Association, Best and Cheapest
\ Z. Roberson sells Dodson's Liver ..
the ,imports ,of kalnite and manure
i ,salts, which are' used In fertilizers.The Tone, which he guarantees takes the held on :August 12. 1914. it was.. recommended, owing to the uncertain For : r

quantity of this class of materials l lr lt place of calomel and starts a lacy liver ty of obtaining: raw materials, that prices be withdrawn and that individual .e '
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;Imported for consumption in the United without 'bad after-effects. order. be accepted in accordance with conditions existing at -, ,
Dodson's Liver Tone doe all the .
States during the last three years the time.
has Avenged about 700,000 tons vaU good that"rcalomel con,do, ROVE: GARDENFIELD
cned". ;.at.$4,800,000 annually. Thus itt ..b.olute7.h.rml..to Qpeopleand In accordance with the above recommendation we hereby withdraw : -
.r. old. It is pleasant .. -'
is apparent that the annual importat a tasting vegetable prices. ?
liquid that will relieve, constipation :
tions ft potash exceed $16.000- : '
', t.. '.OOO." salts ,-.r sour stomach*-or--other I'" .
.' troubles' that&'0'.10nJ'With ''A lazy ,1, \: ACCEPTED. liver, ,without restriction of habit or I We have a large supply el'paper stock ....... and ear prices .. .." '--. :,
." 'I.r-t! dicfc> Yon don't leave off of the
any a0'Liad--etprialiaf will REMAIN THE SAE tae :
for .. : --Jnst as loaf AI
--.J thingspou regularly do when you take Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer
.r e.MToa're a'mtghty poor-talker espe-' Liver Tone. : ,present. sppty.lasts., So kave.ye.P:printing. 'done .. -*. .. at.this ,

'-' "".gyOo the girls. How did yon raiN 'A large bottle.,of Dodson's' Liver efic.n.: ...,; :",\\I.\ :' : .:.'-, : v.. '" :e, Jacksonville rida'
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tr\ :a. serve to pose to Miss SweetT" Tone for.60 cents.Get the genuine ",..: i' .,.. jFI *
': \ ,JcU4a liar 1uch of anything and If yon are not pleased withit # ; _
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. ,, tlire Hanging
f ore did pees Joint ', ,
b'r'at,. RIves That iollowlirs Junendnaai )
t the to
'" . Llttl/Cats-: J. that'Wilila n ion.> ; '
l. silk| m l proposing amendments to "-A "
FORCE J. *..rr. ei-Lournman. Florida* wh a the ConetltuUon of tn* State of FlorId Section 14 of Article tY of tbe' ConStltntlen INTERIOR.WOR$ SPECIALTY.
MORAL au".......For "all J4....d.. pn February, ill mad. Homtad!I *, and the sam were agreed to by. a of the State, of FloHda. Is :.21: Mabbette Street. L
agreed to b submitted .
F '
MntrySertalNo' cuss for .WH ol vote 41t. three-flrtha .t all the members : :4t. ..
NW* anti. Ijy* ....Uo. '17,, elected to each -house;.that, the votes to the th* State for .20.tfF. - < .
Beetlen'l rejection at the next
andEUt NJiI / on said Joint Resolutions-wr. : gen-
Townshlg peleolloa
j !. I en .
r |( South. Ran. II Beat. 'allah..... teredupon' their respectlre Journals, b..nertlt.t I* to say.: :._ .' ..:R '
., h. .'
that Section 4< of Article IV shall be
Chihuahua, Mexico.-:;..Cen. Francis. Meridian-has lied notice of Intent) with .I nays: thereen. and '''oF}
II I t* snake .- t>roof. to i" d.teratln. amended so as to read aa 'follows '
establish and direct
that
: the
co Villa relsdona'Ith .regard-' I olalni to'tbo : land ah.v* desorlbed.. be they Resolutions: be> submitted to fie*. 14. Th Governor shall Appoint C.. THRASHER: J
lug hi* Carranial for. Clerk of the Circuit Court at s).. the electees of the State at the General alt commissioned officers of the StatiMllltla..Including ... .

'I.have no personalfeeling in this 11.\\ Sevterabar..Im.... Florida 1H47"" on. to'."Clad_ '\day, 'o]< .Election In November,;114.. Crawford, / the State, with an'...adjutant.Ic of brigadier generalfor .' SHEEr METALWORKER' I
Now. Therefore. I '
matter amut.Can'Uza.i: This - H. Clay Keneral. who ehall' be chief of staff. ,
country Clslmant barn-,. 'as witnesses! "W.' & Secretary of Stat. et the State of Flor :
shoui4 not again be under'mill. Tolar. of Ixiurhman, riortdar ,Our ida do berebygive: notice that a Q.n. The otncers duties compensation fixed fall 8teel. .Ceiing., .a Specialty.. 4
shall be
tary f government; The armies by our I Sullivan'' of Loarbman. Florida], J. .XL erai Election wilt be held In each coun law.. The so terms appointed of offle of all oornmlsloned by. Phono lOR.Kissimmee. '
constitution ar* *condary to-the eon; { tlLInston Whldden.,of.,of Loasrhman.Xtouirhinaii.Floriel.' '-& H, ty-In Florida .on Tuesday "next -sue.ceedlar officers of'the organised milItla . Fl..,. ibR.W.SIMP80N ;
the first -
; 'rifat* Monday In..November shall be continuous 'during the . . ,
h touted government and.. It 4* now 'T" ENR7, fi.r, : A. D. 114. the said Tuesday balsa the
pleasure of the Governor to
time that.th ter 14-St Rsri.tr. third'day,.of November. for the ratification subject '
try'ahould.be! goy; J T_ ., such laws aa may beenacted by thelegislature .. ",
erned by-th.' pl. for. the r or rejection of the Bald Joint providingfor retireinent
pe people; JIOT1CH Resolutions I their ..
" TO'CRDDITOR. proposing amendments to
1 and not as heretofore, governed by a ;. the Conetltatlon of the; State of Flor forage_ orother, causes.,, : !
military cliaue?,whose 'only pbjectIs I. :.rt old th*'Oe..., Je ta*. fate .< Ida.. via. I ,4DENTIST* 1 1Ki.lVV i
personal welfare and not the welfareof FIrU*-i Osee.lsi O..ay.Inre.Estate ..4.. A Joint Resolution proposing: an A Jelat Re.e .tI... JJpatairt In' Kati ,
> of C. F. PreratVBr.' Amendment to Section Six (I). of Ar. Bulldloir.OmcxHocRS ,
the masse. f3y To al Creditors,, Legatees, Distributees tie*''. Klsnt' (II. of Constitution of Proposing "An Amendment *"to Section I I y n
"I desire the'moral help of the and all Persons-having Claim or De the State of' Florida' relating to Coun One. of Article V of the. Constitution .- !. } i'3oBA'Si1'm'.Telephone ; ,(
,mands against said Estate ty Officers. Relating-' th* Judiciary.
American people\ \ this political fi&htI You. and each of you are hereby! no B. resolved b, the .Legislature of Be It Resolved by the legislature.' I .. No.,7 Juo o./rf II
? am now waging( I consider",mysel tlfled and required to '- any the State of Florida) th* State of Florida ...
the tnoraVchampion to claims and demands which .enlI, That following. amendment to That the following amendment to
by all or
for procure either.of, you may have ...you nhe Seetl.n Six ($ of Article Eight (t). Section One of Article. V_of_the Constitution >> j b :W>, CARSON ,
hcnrtwjle! means my downtrodden Is agreed to and.eallbe .
estate of C 11'. PreVatt. 8r.. deceased of the Constitution of the.State of hereby
counwmen -Justlct,.at.the same time late of Osceola County. Florida, to the Florida Is hereby agreed to and shall proposed and submitted I to the vice-. :'"":" DENTISt
..' showing them their obligation toward undersigned admini.tratrlx.of said ,estate be submitted to the cleotorsothe tore 01 the Stater for approval or rf .
within' (two the, date Btate--at the general election to be at the"; next: election '
law and order."Thereneed .years tom section .ener.l. f '
hereof. held on the fin Tuesday in November ? that la to Section Office. over Cole'a Jewslry Stow e
' : be ,alarm On of said Artlolehalt\ b.. amended
no wha'terer Dated.Jtjyl2bd A..n,.UU. A- .IX 1114, for ratification or reJ.ctlonl) '
regarding my standing in this matter ---.A.ARAlA, PREVATT. / .. so as to read a. follows. ; c Offlc. Hours 8-12 l f-I'
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Admlatatratrl9Attorney ; vide-for'th'eietIonbytheyu.IPled J. Section-J. The Judicial powerOf Office'phone J 58. '
;,' I desiro the American'people to tan z.. F. KRIBS! .. electors In. each County of lbe followInr .. Btate shall be vested In a Supreme .Residence" 23
defstand once and for all that I shall for JD.tata"t county officer A Clerk of the Court. Circuit Courts, Courts Of Record _
.. ,.. now take the part of silent moral Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Constables.a Of Escambla County, Criminal Courts, ,Ga* administered for extraction of teeth'I'
+. County Assessor of Taxes a-Tax Col County Courts, County Judges and Justices > -
pressure on any government they may NOTICE! Of-KTRCUTOn: FOR FINAL, lector, a Superintendent of Publlo In.structlon of the Peace and such other Courts '\ .
emanate? this'pfesaure is riot menace , Dl SCH AltO E.. and a County Surveyor.! The or Commissions! .. the Legislator* may
ing by any.trlea desire-morality, 1.rmJf office -of. all County- ofloer.mentioned from time to time"ordain and establish.. .. It

the strictest -neutrality in govern. I. CeoH-efia*'CeB.iy'jmm ,:Bla<* *f four :years;:In except this Section that of. runty '"As for compensation Th. Legislature of may,the 'prea"lb.--Justices and ;-Rr-:, .. .,'S"CEIGE1-( '. "
merit" I Florida. .....or of Taxes" and County Tax CoU Judges of th* : .,* but no r-D 'MNtialCiAle '**!? tmaswis-vKlislmm
In re Estatoof Charles Edward Frank lector, who shall be elected for two court heretofore established under the 'CiUsen. Bank.Bulldlnl": J
J. W. MILLER BUYSSUWANNEE lln Osceola County. until at the general election to Constitution and law. of Florida shall I,
... i conbernethatlon the all 'whom nears In,the year Je. D. 1 1C. when b* hereby abolished. .' "' **,..Flotldr. ( r
COUNTY
; CATTLE It may Id day of and after which they shall be elected *l lM.
I November, A. D. 1.I4, w* .ball apply to for a term of four year. Their Pbon.s s ,Of flee 297 or 64 _+
Live Oafc Mrr-J.: Wr Miller, a large tha.JJonorabJ...T..Jk.MJarpbr.: .JmtgeefBald duties and.compensation shall The votes cast In compliance with A
cattle man of 'Osceola county. was] court as judge of probate for a urlbed by law.: The . _td-proposed--am.admen4L---.and.- _R.a1c1ena-26S.---. . : ....._._ 14.lyy.
::1-1 here this week .buvinor 'Cattle to final discharge as executors of the es provide by law for the care tOWer.n canvass, declarations and returns .T. ..... .
.., shin tate of Charles Edward Franklin, deceased tody of all funds thereof shall be subjected to the same
to his place near Kissimmee.: He 'Jif'JllT ; and that at the same time w* provide the method of \ regulations and restrictions .. are .---
bought two car loads and loaded themin will present. our final accounts a. executors paying outall such funds.Provided Provided by .law for general elections
of said estate, and ask for their County Treasurer's;: elected 1 of Florida.
Live Oak. They were all stock FFET WRAP, In General Election held In 1114 shall In. Testimony. Whereof/ I have hereuntoset T' .. RIVERS, M. D. :
cattle and Mr. Miller say the cattle Dated May.lst. A: r>._1.U. bolt Office for the term elected.A my hand and affixed the Great ,
if this county compare favorably withthose A lightweight is useful ,for j }i.. M. BREAKER.'ELA Seal of the State of Florida. at Tal PHYSICIAN.andURGEONOAtoe
wrap
Osceola" : M. FRANKLIN "..I.tI.*..... lab....., the this the twerp.
of. the fall. The
July
county, greatest one pictured here is'an at- Executors ty-fifth day of A. D 1s14.U. over'Oaceola'
: cattle raising county in the state. tractive coat of black'pussy willow j QEO. F. PARKER. Proposing: an Amendment to Section CLAY CRAWFORD. ., Pharmacy
This was Mr. Miller's first trip to taffeta for afternoon or evening use. ; Attorney. II of Article IV of the Constitution of (Seal) Secretary of State. PRoNJtlU t Residence'53

, Suwannee county and he says it ii a An accordion plaited flounce of the f Office 148 .
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wonderful county and he likes it fine, taffeta trims the lower part of the ---- ---- ---- --- -- '. .

but.says there arejrreater possibilitieshere coat. A high flaring cellar of velvet -t-9-l-8-T 0+0' "+0' 0 ot"0f O , 0' 0 0 I 0 01"01 m I 0 i i Y

in agriculture than in cattle raining with deep silk revere is used. The -:-- -- Y
: oil account of the small amount ofw flare of the cuffs is accomplished by W.i.W .

waste land. There are thousands of the use of shiring and pipings. '

:.& acres of land in Oeceola county that is .. PHYSICIAN ,
fit for nothing else but Cattle pas. MAITLAND PROGRESSIVEBusiness 2nj
Office Floor Wlllsoh
Miller MANKILLED Building. .;
. ture and Mr. says that is what '
. makes it a good cattle country..-Su. BY SNAKE Ornca RUtDSMCB: PnONS, M Rtinsrrss, ,
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ProMS ia r
wannee- Democrat. Ttomaa ,.'
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Orlando.-L. L.: Stone -, '.. "
prominent
/. MORE SCHOOL BONDS I citizen of Maitland, while a working in :-D-I Co .x:1iy ATT! -: 5

VOTED IN PINELLAS his grove Saturday was bitten in the Physician. itii4.: '\ ,"

arm by a diamond-back rattlesnake, SDrceon -' .. ')
;, St. Petersburg.-Fourteen thous- the snake inserting:: its fahga just People Phone .' ..:; ,'*' ;y 'v

; and dollanrmore of bonds were voted above the wrist. Mr. Stone was digging Office. tn' .'-, .a. KIu mme.. e

i A in two districts for school purposes up some of the qtt>all shrubs Res. 248" 14.;1)I...'.r" f FlorIda ;
,\ ;jt and a third district made arrangements around the edge of the grove and .' 1.1''.';:., '; to mike $8,000 more of bonds. reached down to gather one op, not t i wl

;"" Dunedin voted 54 to 0 for $8,000 worth seeing the ijeptile'] as no warning < ";:,., ," +'1
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d5. of bonds to erect a/ new school house' sound was given. He tint thought it H D. GEIGER" i ;

.. ?, Pinellas Park voted,19 to 0 for $6,000 was the sting: of a scorpion-when he W "

4 ..4 for the same' purpose while a mass caught sight of the rattler less than Should-Kirpw w A'11OIIS.ATLxIN ;
;i TW; meeUng of the citiEon of Largo three feet In length preparing to coil O t
, authorized the local school board to for second strike.: .Mr. Stone mad Office. State Bank BuildjpgKisslmmoo.'" _

" take steps Immediately' to.call an elect an attempt, at killing,the snake,and J _. & ... I Florida b
tion to Tote $8,000 worth of bond in hurried for his home where the small t .- r'yIGL9 '

addition to,the $16,000. the district I.I amount of'whisky that wa on hand ._ 0< .' -, .
already carrying Largo ,wishes to .... .lIurrle41y'awaUowed.t'i' '":
complete its,new schoolhouse'and" install Mr..Stone ,was bitten ab ut' 10:80, :! PARKER.., ,'" v ,,
the.-Industrial courses In', its cur and wa brought to-the MeEwan sanitarium ', ,.. ,'.< > '
,
'ricnlnm. " by'a son, F. B.; Stone.. ,In ." AttoroeyatLsw.Collection. ., ..

spite, of the promptest possible measures 'p. ],', + rw ;1t'M'I; ; ;. sad Conveyanca 1 '
7"
TAVARES HAS NEW been 'taken the juried
having .
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a"; .otto> Spedaltic : h.II\t.
: \ 'r
., SHINGLE FACTORY man was in such 'distress that,-h* ,

Taureebi'deat: : ''dosed didn't cognize the many friend. who U2% ..Brdwgi t !:,ij.: r* ,\:'" --
.wa* > cam to see him; his hand were clasp-
a few day-:ago by which H.E.::Bart Ing-and-unclasping. convulsively.. Hi* .... .' -

ens, of Palatka become the owner of suffering' continued until:. 11 o'clock G'F.'KRIBBS: '> "
a large tract of land containing! about Saturday night when death 'released

K.000.000 feet of fine cypress timber. him from his agony. Maitland ATTOKNKY AT LAW'- klssimiE FW1.
The land was purchased from Z. mourn the loss of one. of her' most i ;

Jo,; Spinks, and i* near,Astatula.Mr. . prosperous and influential citlsen Examination of Titles a 8p.c aly.5 ?y.. i

... .. Barcu. -ha'i' teased the'.powerand and the new of his :death .. a portion' of the Lake County grief tore large circle: of friends here, EGGERSGLUESS A RIEDEL. O.: K. BAKERY .oon-rmidenta given careful '- 1
FIRE 1\\,
Manufacturing Co sawmill, and start- E. A.Nlemeyeri- -, t
ratUntion.T
iled: to work with a number of hands to Carpenter and Repair Shop t. Tour Home Insured If Not. I' ;- r
,--f establish shingle factory this mill Why Not. 'Gallon Red Band Brand Candy ," '

r' at the outskirts of Tavares. DONT'WAIT1'Take Inside Furnlah a Screening Insurance A..E. DROUGHT Ik per Ib. Pat Josnstoh.. O..?., Garn&tJOHNSTON'6 r K
Agency
4 Only a few weeks ago a preserving and Cabinet Work
factory was established at Tavnres. Our Specialty. Room 7 State Bank Bldg. Gaaranteed Pore. GARRETT

/> Phone 292. ra .a& Law' i.

;..... ... . . .. ...0000000; Advantage of a Kissimmee Cit Office 10, 11 A 1*. ,

I"" 0 UNION CENTER.. 0r izen's. Experience. -- .. ..... J. W. PRENTIS WATERS, CARSON GROCERY W. B. MAKINSON CO. Citizens Bank Blq., '

. 0 .. Klssimmee, Florida.Lotneo. .
._ Co.EYeJ'7tlWae.
o . ...... .. ...,.U......... back 'jptanoe.: Organ, Talking Machine,
*' "* When the begins to ache; : .... ,*' Hardware, Cutlery Boat

I' ?i A chicken piUau wa given at East Don't wait, until backache becomes, ' Sewing Machines. to Eeat. _..- 1', _w

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\l'ij&t. -Callie Sullivan on Wednesday nlnv"Jtof rJoriclaa..a.cn.HooI: ..
last' week. 'A .number of Union 'Till kidney troubles develop; WARLOWATTQENET8 'i

. ) "!(,:Center people were present. The'evei .. Till urinary. troubles destroy W. G. 'HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. MASSEY" .
ring was spent in playing game* and night's. rest.'refit .' O. F. BASS AND COCNSBULOS j ;

i : 14e, _.a fine time i* reported' by those who J by a Kissimmee citlten's experience Adding Machines and 9 Darlington Ave J Contractor In . AT LAW '_,
<,attended.''
i
Fraetto In all UM Chart* of the "8taf..ed at
,'Mra. Jeff Barber visited her mother, Typewriters: Property Sold o. Plain and Decorative th United" States, ale befera tile Fiends Ball- .
) r '-Mrs. McKee. last Sunday. Mr. H. Siever, 316 Church street, Palatine',and road CommlMkm.. awl tile Interstate CiniBuris
Commission. PaperhanglagBIS OoBMntasleo.11H )
Mr. and Mr*. Longenecker called at .
Ussimmee. says "My kidneys, had For Sale. "
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Spwml Ave.. Phone 67. CSUUUXSTOM BUMORLANDO.yrF
. the G. B.. Lawson- home. Sunday eye- been bothering me for several months NIp err a

?' ,.rMri.'Arthur Hay*.cam* over from and I kept having such dreadful backaches , DANN'S DEPARTMENT. STORE.' a G- M'KAYREAL ESATE DIXIE

p "Narcoosee Tuesday to visit' at the that was a wonder I was able THEATER "

L home.of Mr Gexx Hay Mr. Arthur to be up a* it was only by'sheer willpower Dry_ Goods.ciotMnf, Shoes, AGENCY Coot a... Confortabl H. JENKINS .
, 'ilf. >Hay came on"Saturday, but they '
'that J kept on feet. Theddney' -
k were called: borne on Bund."on ac- my Furnishings. Grayteei Block High Class Entertainment SURVEYOR .. '
secretions unnatural'and .
count the serious illness of sisMeasnu'Aaron were
;: of her )rte.. .
.,;::Y 'w.y'rM most of the time I could see dark Floor.I Sell I Land Anywhere on Cosssdasleai. tjTR.
Story and Everett Se and lOe Store on Third Only. Fraternity Hall Kissimmee F7.
ti. .pob. floating before my eyes. My ,

IJt,. min enjoyed a day spent at. theieasant sight was more or leas affected. I 'teed ". .
Lawson home last Sunday. -
j
.Mr.- and Mrs.- Wetherbee spent Doan's Kidney Pill and it was but a COLE eV UNLEY E, E. MAGEE

'':"t \Tuesday. with their son,,Will and. family. short time before' I was over the .:. J. J!. CLARK. LCarpenter .-L J. 'HICKS m
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}1 . trouble. They .eem a-to-be just whatmy.l'stem l' Real Estate Broke Jeweler and OptOetrilti'- . LPhyaislslQ n.- :
\\( ;i.= The. friends of Mrs. Munn ..will beFi required." ; Work,and.General Repairing ; and Surgeon
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glad to learn that she I.i improving, 4VvMiss 1
.j Irene Hilliard Js. the guest of Price 50c, at all dealer Don't { Broadway. .' 26 Broadway. ." Saw Filing a Specialty Office Phones

? ft the Misses Nellie y in town this week. imply ask lor kidney remedy-get! . 19 Darlington. Ave., Stat Bank Bid. -, Office 41-Bos. 4s ,

'11 :Tr Ira.-and Wetherbee Doan' :Kidney PiJt -.the same that .
V?Sunday trouy
with WilKWeherb and - Mrs Siever had. Foster-Milbnrn) ,Co,! B. C. STANFORD CO. C. F. DIBBLE ft SON
T. R ELLIS
; ,.
d Props., Buffalo' N..'Y. -. .. '".:'
lr = r.::J allTliwardwas: .eryhi' last _- J. Thompson

l+ ',week but-I, reported*be ter' at this ORDER ron P1JIILICATlOJlf.-: .>: Goods, .Clothing. and Saoes, Fancy Groceries '- Electrical Contractor .
; ; ,,. ., .
,y. ,t ,writine. : r'.J. la rcuit Ceart, State of Flerlda. *ev Water and w
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ctorPkoie220
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.J.. ... I Mrs Sm Barbermade a bueiJ ell etb 5i.letal Clre.. t.. Uaesela ()utr. ,Furnishing* and, ...
' .- -- --" o i ti 1 f- 4' 'lt, t.. -
IBJ C'llBjBJf1/ ? r'r p. Phone -
to :: Ui. -
,trip, Orlando one ; ' '
d. lastK'IiiUlard ; of Jtlselmmeel Complainant... *5 ..A r .. Darlington Ave.
City .
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..'r' t ,!The' friends of-Mrs/J. : ,Wellford Aeldl"DetendaDt." -- f jwer. clacl.to..tC9m.- 'at,"the appearing-. .. to i: " : ,
'j'.JI\C.morning"' teryieea--lart Sunday '. 8h th. bill flledTn. ih. abet.-stated cause .; : .; .- ; -. .' '* .'" '. -.a d

'1 ',has amt < that therein Wellf named*rd'Is,Addla non-resident,< the defendant of tae ;{ :> bUTTON-BiARHIS' CO. '; '" WKNNER-S- WYEB--. a.Bab ERNEST. ,I .. .GREEN.8g r.LICENSED EMBALMER:

_,- I. ron of er'bushshhs' -y- state o( Florida and IB a',resident of ..-J'J' Ii*; .:t" '7'( ....;,. '" ';+-' ,..' ... -" :
'TV: much improved.' r' .. .;: th. -city ",ef p Washington.. District ofOoJamb. , , > ::} Vi. .. ;wrdtelr'asd'n.c.u: iy.li "
., ovsrth _*-. of twn- .. d ..' :
" 'Grandma Mast/rs is IlVat thd J. K. ."rears: -It Is therefore ordered -_ 1JMe*" '.:. and $S&.atleMl7'' ,\' J"aIa.-- .(: ,. Jo TW'S>
;
'/'HOliard home.: It I. the-aincer' wish that said, non-resident defendant be .' Ji) ,lit '
,.. . : .. '\. 0 '' w.i- : Store and OI pal Stewart JCrs ,
; '"of all her friead;that and 'I. hereby required to s-ppear to ,, -- - ; .. :.: ,
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ah..wifl.hay. I. I i \ ____' ''o<\ .. v *j' f
'ta'.c the bill of nom. latat filed In said Nu:1September -IK, ....wai.. rd ; 4r'1W n.dway?" 7" .c_ _'0. , w + <
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on or bofor Monday .,. .
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b.'takea-as ,... .
.. R" '.:O."S'1 f'' .. ..... by said defendant.' .,. L' LA"OX - ND'B.&ND-iT At- .**. *. .ayr 4
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.' milt further.ordered. that this'ord.r fiItTasr Tns the .. N.S 4.
.. .... . ...1..... ." 't, III ,', GsadissYred< When In of -
'J . .. , "( -,,,' ..: be .Bllshed one *. __. for four ....- '. : "" . ""J]II.up: FT* a v sP .
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ty .... .-. ... .S ou la t.-1fa01... CANDY Zfl V> ''I'iBIIiART. ; *
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] ;MODERN CAFE War Will Boost BusinessMore 1 GEO.' BASS, PIONEER. I Board of Trade's Information.the It time is understood, requesting that.* 'directions the board trill and 1'; |

; \ New Secretary make an immediate campaign for]
than one half of the world's population i it now busily engaged in I CITIZEN IS DEADGeorge ; members also and new literature U1
another being pl'epard for the heavy demand i
the destructive occupation; of murdering one Downtown OfficeThe *
; The remaining three-fourth of those not engaged in war are more or ice. always months. made during the autumn
.FOR.KISSIMMEEIE
and wasting much valuable time trying to -
pessimistic: about tiunutcomff are < W- Bass, one of the pioneer
decide just what will haj pen to thu old world anyhow. T' citizens of Kissimmee and known Board of Trade at Its meeting, ARMOUR CATTLE WILL .

Rut there ii a ilve.r lining to every cloud no matter how black the clrui this section of Florida, through an amendment to Its constitution BE SHIPPED TUESDAY,

VIRGINIARESTAURANT. : maybe, and it ii" rtfrething to note that at a meeting of numerous innucntta: died throughout Wednesday morningAUgu.t'26after ,-consolidated-the-offices of aec- The tra1 1o.il of t1eiolcIDiTcatUemen --
CHANGES HANDS-WILL BB business men of Cleveland the European war and its effects on business wa rotary and treasurer, and! after tb.relllgn.tlon '
t short'II1nell. He was buried 'to the Armour company'will
KNOWN AS BROADWAY CAFE discussed and these men were unanimous on one point-They could: see noth a afternoon in Rosehill cemetery of the men holding these be shipped from the local market
Wednesday
'FORMER OWNER ESTABLISHED ing but future prosperity forrthis Nation. Here are the arguments advance* :"after funeral service at the offices, J. W. Prentls was elected to on next Tuesday. Cars are already..
I CASINO LUNCII ROOM. for this belief, and they are good ones. Read them. i a the joint office of secretarytreasurer.This on the ground and the cattle are being v j
Lawler
home conducted by Rev. S. W. ,
i action was taken after the for- brought in from the ranches, ready i
An Important business transaction First. Nations representing half the total population of the earth 'I his astor. The Masonstook charge mer secretary, C. Johnson and the for loading. Twelve hundred head COIn
/I of the week was the sale of the Virginia have withdrawn many of their people from the activities of commerce 1 of- the service at the grave, and the treasurer, A. E. Thomas, had expressed this shipment and they are furnished ,J
restaurant, formerly owned by and production and those men are now engaged in war. interred with Masonic hon- a desire to resign, stating by Carson Cattle company,';]
.r- R. D. Calkins, to John Nide. of Valdosta War or conflict destroys what has been'produced-it produces nothing i body was that their other duties hindered work Lesley &: Bass. Ed Whaley, Roll Bass'1and
Ga., a man with many years experience useful. 1' ors. they would otherwise like to do for Henry T. Bass. _
t' in the restaurant line and Second. Such nation or nations as are not engaged in war will, Mr. Bass was seventy years old, the Board and which they considered :
'l'' who comic to Kissimmee with the determination therefore, be. called upon to produce not only their usual quota of what theworld's I born January 1, 1844, near Atnericus, should be done. CARD OF THANKS. V
burden of producing
themselves the
needs but take "
upon
to establish a permanentand Pi-entis--who the
Mr. accepted new
other nations have through necessity neglected. Ga. His parents moved to Florida I We desire to thank our relatives'
the
up-to-date cafe.: With the changein / Joint office, has at his place of
the restaurant will Third. Not only have some of these nations now at war interfered I when he was two years old and settled room and friends for their many kindnesses1; {
business to give
ownership
be known as .the Broadway .t._with their-present commerce, but some of them have permanently+ lost near the present site of KlssimI -I Board on of Broadway Trade'desk, thus establishing spaceto shown us. during the receri: illness and., ;:j
a -",
nrb.cQforlh their trade.< The vast millions of-people engaged in this conflict have, I I mee, then in'BreVard county. lie was where the Board's death of our husband anoTather-
4 / CIO It'CI for Repaira.r now and will have still more intense feeling of hatred toward each other, |I I married to Miss Susannah Sansburry,, records headquarters, literature and like Informa- Mrs. G. W- Bass and family. \,
sale We dne day and will, therefore not-purchase any goods from opponents who Are daughter of Rev and Mrs.-J--H. Sans- ..
Following the. on tion be kept and where '..
1 ,
persona
can
of".j. literary take their lives. It will be for generations C.
to S
of April
the restaurant was closed immediately actually and seeking | burry, Darlington on interested in the affairs of the board I
QUININE"To
and painters that the feeling of ill-will will no doubt exist: between them. i 9, 1868. Seven children blessed this Only One "BROMO .
? for repairs!! ,, Carpenters make Inquiries. Mr. Prentis says :
Fourth. The large neutral nation, large in a geographical, union in childhood. can call tor oil taxi
to work on the place and extensive only two passing'away time the store's ret the ccmilM. name
w.re put tha at during .
I manufacturing is the United States. It, there- and remain W. C. any T1VK BROMO QUIN1NB. LookforaicKatanR. .
will be. done before commercial and sense I The widow five ..
remodeling will be hand .
hours D.
considerable regular some one on i .W. CROVB. Cure a Cold III On atOM
( the opening of the cafe under the! fore, will devolve upon the United States to take care to a i Bass and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, of this to answer these inquiries and as far cough and headache and worka off oold., Z&e.,
time within degrae of the World's needs; which will give this country more-to do i city, Morgan Bass, of Mulberry, Mrs
management, some I the desk will be made an
new as possible
has had before In all of its history. The people of foreign and Fulwood Bass,
the next ten days. 'Mr. Nldes state than' t ever i Polk of C.rio.p. efficient "information" bureau concerning NoTICE OF TEACHER'S EXAMIN'' .
.tb.. will\ be arranged and conducted nations will be compelled to 'buy of us or starve.While I of Tampa., the and possibilities -
place -
resources ATiON. V;
(Is
wrecking lives, it our opportunity, Bass.moved
engaged : Mr. to South
they are In 1869
,r.,f.flJ: .ladle so of as well o attract.. men the, and patronagiof that privilege and clot l';:to preserve life. W. most not look the upo.''thi.service opporttunity we I I Y j.Carolina, but returned to",KisllimmeeI ers will'of both be city made and welcome county. .nd Strang-the 'The regular teacher's; examination
mad of' serving'Sunday merely tor money making) but recognize: large< (in- 1872, and has"resided here ai_. September'
be
;."W'I; t1. 1)eCIaltyIi to Board of Trade will keep si stock of will be held on Tuesday
"' !j dinners. are called'upon to render humanity at large.BUSINESS. I He united with the Mehodist church: stationery on hand to accommodate: A. D., 1914. at the court house .
IN
comes to This means INTENSE ACTIVITY iaobessed in 1874hnd has b en an active worker people who care to us* the desk as a 8thkl ;Immee. F orid.. Said examination
efutun time the mind.of tb. average man
)io' "they Intent Fifth. Just at the present since, having takenpart ,
ion "of making his A. as the ,American writing table and address .communications will beglDpromptty at 0 a.'m.
soon
with the Idea'of an enormous war. four.Methodist '
here and he has taken. '. fiver in the buUding.gf from that point.By Applicants wil provide, themselves;
tf 'hom < begin to thInkteywiB-diecoverthat: : they have much: .to do.. Killimm_
. Broadway public houses'in and peat- board will with ink and legal'cap 1
the buUdins the this the paper
r; years leas on will be changed to certainty, money will be released, man arrangement pens} '
.' : .,cafe.will occupy .Ilia successful Uncertainty neverbefore.. Every dollar, every square foot Mr- Bass was one of eight brothers,. be able to enlarge Us.scope of work Also, the fee of $1.00. -. ' f
ahead
..manager'' of'large'resl.ylrants ground go as and all of whom lived In this section: of and be of. real,benefit to citizens and W. .. SEARS.
/-experience snip
hand, wheels every every
brain 'every .
' in Valdosta and Albany, Ga. of every every than it the state and reared large families.He to etrangeraeoming into the.city all !$35-t -;-' County Su .,
: railroad will find that it has not only all it can do, butjnore can dely..connected .and the.1 \
:.ifcr the past, several years 'speaks for ; 'do to take car of what I la in reality right now knocking at our door;?; : t was attendance at'his funeral- in--< ..
w" ability 'to '.v,' thtetty, ,,a first the development '
a' ".':' We' g Sixth. Washington ia working< with intensity ) clued ,people,from over the entire n "
-. .'I' .fe'k1' ,. Of j! the,Merchant. Marine. Lake steamers that are big enough< to tray : { ' .I .
*
Business I county/, $ .f ,
1) -- ns :New will with some slight changes of equipment be put into condf.tlon'to -
'Mrs-C..skins'\.disposal of the,restau- ers ocean make foreign trips: The( ,,smaller steamers that have been'more: : '. '
i ;'rant-does' net mean that -he will dis- or less Idle'during the rectnhslOw; period will be''busy with' their lake i I, C,L A S'S' I.F'.r: EADVERTISING D .I The Place Where Your Mmes; Last Like Dollar*:t
I.vs.I "1;continue business in KissimmeeHe In work; even when we,'the America)' people,.do our best,'we will find that- : !
h..Ma.eeI the corner store room we have not taken care of the'demand that is upon us.
.
.. "th.Gr.Yllton.; Casino building; nearest These times are making new epoch in history, for there will\ be
*- 'U the-railroad station, and is having the quickest reaction after a slow period to times of Intends. activity II .
:;' t. ii fitted up for a lunch: room, etc. They that the world has ever seen. [ LIMIT STORE
',;<_"', place-will be ready for the opening ofthoi6neltstand __ Seventh. It seems almost that Mother Nature recognizing in advance Five Cents: Per Line .
week
,,,
the first of-Jhe blessed with-- -n. #
stuffs
?& ... W1 the great need tht there: will be for food us +r M
will\ be made for it wouldbe .*Each Insertion. Z1
that
1. 11 r iandlater'provleion such bumper crops as we"have never had before, knowing a '
"t"; einesMhe to Americans to feed and clothe, to shelter, to'-build and to
,... Joi: f pntalef.. 'Dhegkind.of up us "
active
in
transport, while others are worse than wasting their time TO EXCHANGE-A restaurant and '
._? :"'y'!; pbn.should' be successful.F destruction. stock of merchandise< building and We call this the place where your dimes last like dollars, because '

!5 : ".F .. ... O'OC U''''', Note. .We i indebted to M. Katz for the above i information : lot; total valuation $2.000; to ex- we offer 70u--eyer7 day in the week-articles that are hon
are .. suitable for
.,p. ". <0 thane for land truck est'in quality: satisfying in service and at a price :you can't duplicate:
: "::. MEET. <0I I ---- --- --'-- 'farming or fruit, ,i unimproved\ .; o:r
.: M : CITY COUNCIL TO anywhere Vise -in the city; Come and make us prove it. Yon don't J;
.. ,+' Th September meeting of the .: '..y....._ ;(O.elty.council will be held in the <0I I BLEASE IS BEA PROGRESS OF ROAD WORK cash difference. A good locattoi have to-4>ny unless yon ,are satisfied. K
E.
C. Boblln
0r..t ,
w here competition.
+7ctty.:hall Tuesday night at 7:80: fEN"--I\ --.- no '.
--4 I.e '
*.,-oclockAfter. regular business < \ C. A. Carson and daugh.teT.Miss Benton, Butler Co., Kansas' Beautiful Misses .Dr'esses.SATURDAY .
r _
.... fathers be- 0-1 auto'trip to F
: '),; :. ...t:4I1'1polled' of the city: IN SOUTH Sanford Ann ".Carson..made and return Thursday ann of. this WANTED=Wa-wanta-"Ilve" marrt '

,year' I the roads I solicit subscriptions for-the Valle You Just ought to see these beautiful .
week. Mr. reports .
\ i U.oOoi Carson Gazette-Florida's Greatest Weekly Misses House and School Ore". $ 1j25I
tOO.OO
...00 000 DOt.O. I in fairly good condition with the exception
.
Columbia, S. Additional but yet of ten miles now being worked, -><-in the following towns Taft, St ea. They are regular $2-00 value InSPECIAI '
U-i.-. Cloud, Basslnger,'.Kissimmee Park, nil colors and sizes from 14 to 19.I *+'!
1 : Inco'mplete retul'ns--trom all counties: : a portion-of which is in Orange county :
; 1 N. BRYAN ENDORS and in Seminole county. Th Whittier, Haines City, Campbell, Come and see them. While ;
n of the balloting for United. States Senator road a portion of Seminole county is about Narcoosee. Liberal commission they last. __i---------------- . '
in the first Democratic: primaryof ten miles gang south of Sanford with the paid to hustlej-s. Write, Klssimmec #:

: \O'R): FEDERAL BENCH this state gave Governor Cole L. brick paving. This is a part of the Valley Gasette._. ._ : Lace and Inserting l

,. Blease 48,000 and Senator E.D. Smith :'Jax-Tampa highway WANTED Orders .fort field '
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t So" 65,000 out of 117,000 votes reported.The "
),I".'" y",. :W..hlnlton.BenatoNath.n P." day's early return showed Senator FLOWERS FOR THE "SCHOOL boxes. Prices right.Co. Oscoela: Lum 29-t litre i J. your opportunity to ks. .-" ,..' ":
ber & f'umlture '
'. : w''. ,Bryan, of Florida for Judge of the Smith maintaining his ''majority YARD. : .>mo 1 nncy Linen Laces and Init r.> k
"'. :i!::, .circuit court of succeed Fifth circuit; rolled up by the early returns whichis I -FOR RENT---MOderu ''5-robm bungalow MONDAY+' ting to match at prices that mean C
; 14 I ." New Orleans, to the late Judge now sufficient renominate him Miss Albina 'Smith, the popular In.center: ,of town. T.M. Murph;; n .YOU SAVE. -So-don't miss this isle 1 O' :
: :,: Shelby. over his- three opponents .without I eighth grads teacher In the Osceola Bl-t!. Sell Monday. One hundred pattern .
"r!' .That ts the program of the Florida the holding of a second primary, Approximately >> High school Is.taking'speclal interest I ? SPECIAL .:* sx.rct from Come early. 12 yards. .: "
-.:, .-.delegation. in both houses of congress 25,00 votes are yet to be ''in the school ground..thia'.r and is FOR RENT-oVRoom furnished house ,,, to a bolt for 20e. Six .:c:1;:
n" and Thursday morning they held a returned. personally conducting: the work of $UI a month Mrs. E. E.Wells, SO! !. .. yards for,._.____,_.'_.__,_.___._____ FWatch
,>, I._ H"e; meeting-.Presided over by Senator preparing flower beds and planting Broadway, .Real Estate and Inaurnee. -
l Fletcher 'and decided to endorse the .OD fr.OO.tO..Ott..e; to President o : .0'' the center and flowering hedge plantswill space r
1_ .j.Wilaonaor.hailantlL: appointment. -* CONCLAVE TO-ELSJC't _*, border the beds.' '' .< DWELLINGS fat' rent opply to .II In New Y.rk''aa. Baltimore w*.lfI eured some splendid ::1 barijala.. *.*.
z y Alt numbers of the Florida delegationwere POPEOPENS'1mON Tiller '" . ; They will. he pnfon *al. Just as fast 'as th..good arrive 1
present with the exception of -..-:.:-, .., ' CLARK HOWELL IMPROVES HOME If' w?
;oConcre.llm.n'L'Ellgle. Rome -Italy. :August ,,28.-"lt. 0 Clark Howell one of the well known FOR'RENT.OR8ALE.Two-atol1 ., 'TAk OUR PROFITS l1t atiPERSC
: -The1 place 'to which Senator Bryan '* was officially announced today <0> of> this section, is building store building on Brack St."'North '1 :
..e":, v "e S#Is, endorsed. by- his -circuits is one that a conclave to elect a" guccessor : ;;.*I. .'.dditi n..to: hi.borne, half a mil "KissltnmeH.. : .. C. Stanford 29-tl 'NS '

r"tit i Mof,the most important' In the *. to Pop Pius X will be' open., 0 of,the city' and limit other on the imp"v8menta Orlan 'l<'OR lENT-Two 3-coom flats wit! ,. .& RAIN, I ;rY
;-'South J ;/ It would be decided Wog- ed August,thlrt/'first-; 0Od do1 road ;.This modern conveniences. Apply''' at th ,-. ) .- .
nition of Florida andit* bar for a o : add greatly to the appearanceof

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