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: September 4, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00662
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ySoeator, r'D Bryan n Becomes Shortage of Potash t Salts .4- to most leant tli*.of entire.Ike b.e conflict! of ,"battle"_ls'.''.all tkat tks. :.British' .p..blie.hM. .. .been. able

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Uaita'd'iStates J .J Judge Affects Growers < London",England, Sept: 4.:-In. Spite''of the fact'that the.FJ< ncb capital f
ff : .ti- ; ,t9. has been removed to,Borde ax and that!:',Germa."al1l1yot: :of the wat'ls'J"
: > a within thirty miles! of the outer fortificationsof, Paris .
IAS MANY MEMBERS OF OSCEOLA COUNTY ; a ,StraBge'air of con. , FRIENDS.!: BOTH PER- fidenoe .
prevails todaT'amoneU.:aUI... .
The' general
,' ;. feelingseems to be
URGEHIM TO ENTER RACE. FOR COMMERCIAL that allied tte'Germanattack'1i'.wearlnQ lines, which ; I;Itself"out.:la'hmm erlag".away, at:''.thet
givi dO'Dot'break. _
:: COME'BVGGESTIONS. .despatch to 'the DaIl1Ji! ; n "dated [Tuesday,.

.,' '. Se"pE.mbee'T-decii'ei'thitZh.Germans;have.. taken possession{ :Amiensafter ,,

.Tim I friends of'Hon. C. A. Carson of The fact that only a limited amount three days'" fighting. : "",' "" ": *:

his city are strongly! urging him tome of potash' fertilizer is to be had in Anders I. the capital'of the' department of .Somme.. It Is. seventy '
> a candidate for the United this country while the German trade miles dlnctly'nrtb'of.Parl.( .\. It la''a manufacturing dty and ka.' .,pop-1' '
tates Senate to succeed Senator Bry- is discontinued and that already fertilizer ulation of 90000. It is-on; the line of'the railroad to" Boulogne, and about t

van., provided, the latter is .appointed prices companies this are quoting prohibitive' ( fifty miles to the west of La' Jere'and'other'points,in>the,departmeat.of. ,
Jnlted State Judge. on product were mat-
tJLbeltued-that.Ex-Senator-Ca -' tern of serious discussion at the meet- j-Aisne, where there has been flghlng during the past,few days.;' ,

,. on would,'make a strong race before ing of- the Osceola County Growers' 7 \ A dally News 'correspondent despatch: from 'Gournay.eii.Bray. ,,"near '
'the people because he has so many Association last Saturday morning. Rouen, says: \ ,
'to' .
fcfrlends: and, acquaintances both...per Membets of the association came to The German advance Is amazing. A great battle U
raging with what
the conclusion that ,
''tonal and political .throughout thatate e they could ill afford -
f who are enthusiastic for him. to pay the prices asked for commercial __ ., result Jmow, not but I do know that the French,and;British armies aN,
,This together with the fact that fertilizer when the amount of, intact and still confident of ultimate.uccea..4', r, "
tor Carson Is. the father of theruen" potash In the formula .is being reduced I "Incredible as it seems the tremendous masses ot'men that the German

railroad commission bill, havag -ao low and they have set about to have hurled..tUl..l1i.. Jiave.not overwhelmed them ,It"seemslthat while
succeeded in having it put throughoth find euLstltutes which will give them .
the Germans have the weight the allies certainly! ; have*the .wit .and science
branches of the legislature in good results at less cost. ',+I+e v : r
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817'. awl having been chairman of 'Th. Vegetable Crop and_these,' with relnforeements: ,_will eventually:'.win.: '; +

*committee which perfected it into Several of the most experienced L eneral,IVhad,fine success, but::in the center and,left center,the,, ",

conform to the constitutional and successful truck growers.of V the allies were not :so successful;being obliged to .retire.. ,As'a.l'eIUIf of Sane-

.tmendment e him a, very adopted strong, in candidate 1898. would be-IK (Continued on Page. Twelve.). day's battle the",Germans' :now. .occupy. =-. -- ':..:,**:' (Name of. town dot .

ire the people. He also introduced -- feted by i censor),
11897 the primary election bill which I J t"
__ came the first primary lection law CITY FATHERS 4AREWORKIN GERMAN: LOSSES '
er enacted. in. Florida,, .[.rIt. :- HAVE BEEN: TEARFUL; _. ', 1
;is,,. that..1f. Senator '
Ii s t should a factor enter say to be the reckoned'with.race he would' gO.'TAX.UST: FIFFYAUTOSMADE; TRiplto : *< :iBRIlilSH[ ARTILIERY"'WRECKS(: ATTACKERS

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LOCAL ORANGE':,CROPS. the.City At the Council TeJ'Ularmonthly;last 'Monday meeting'night. EUSTIS TO' INSPECT ROADAbout ", "The 'of'superiority Somme Tuesday'sayst.of;the;. British,'artillery coupled'with. the. pluele""oi the
of officers
reports were examined and S
: British I.
infantry, telling
rapidly theGerman
approved'bills approved and. ordered.I on. ,; attackers.'
II ARE SOLD 'ON' TREES paid! then' the' councils{ took up.,.the ,. "A,fewmore? days'.Sunday. andMonday' the German army y
work 'of reviewing arid'equalising the I'' invading northern Francewill.; )have, destroyed' Itself;completely; .
city' tax' roll'and have spent.every eighteen care filled with good -I; "no wear 'impressed the vis, "No army that ever existed could endure end survive the terrible !losses
n."erop of.'oranges: arid grapefruit night this week thee road enthusiasts from down the statecame" itors that .
going\through so their public. comments sustained l by the Germans in the last .
l "be.)Cab'grove at FJnn y Point ha books. Although'' Jew'complaints have through Kissimmee. r Tuesday are likely, to be a..boost for this type tew'da.I.,. Whole divisions of Infantry.
*en':.,gold on'the ,trees. to Henry ''R.verstreet been made by the tax payers because evening on the pilgrimage to- Eustis of road. .. .. '' hare been' blotted out. And. shattered. .'-" and the German' >N rank., arc... ...begimfaf to. .
who, has also thpefruit of-increased assessments, the list in Lake county to see the ranch talked ? aboty; demora1tutioD.-: .' '. ,". ".", .
,! bought; e tax of In addition to a number 'ol Im: ;: < d. ,. . ..' i.'l'f! I;;: ; : .
on' John'.M. Lee's....Ixteen.crt ,b large and'the work tedious.' : ,- oil-sand road at; promptu .peeche.,-L-, '8.' Moreland.: : fin the;.latest assault, the Germans manlleatecl-'unml.takable.signi of '
Onlytwo of the-
grove adjoining ,th.'Katz place. r show City a Assessor tax assessment R.,, W.''of Oobb's books scheduled time,.but ara.arnved the Kissimmee consulting engineer on highways and unsteadiness, 'Were seen:to waver frequently, to break and flee.ln'oon

'rI'a 1e.' imere.ted refused-to. say:I which will mean an increase$1,487,222.of $47- band celebrated their' arrival and address street paving of Polk'cbunty.'made an fusion. As.a1 result of this prolonged; battle *h. German lino has advanced q '
what Ule..fn sales amounted to I Infashn 647 in case fro reductions Tare 'made. metnbers' of. the\ board of trade met 'bodied on road.-which-em- t\ few. miles] but,has;not gained! "say-marked,,or-decided! advantage.: '*
a his
that report
MrKat? said however Action on all"new business coming them at the Graystone hotel and wel investigation -s.- ',
bis eight acres of Bearing l grove would comed'them to the city. Later in the of such roads in Massachusetts made
before'the council
up this week' w.sdeferred 70oa ;
liet'him as much this year as las --,'I to ajater meeting. evening other cars came along >In sr4he missloners.behest of This Polk;county containsgreat com- .GERMANS TAKE: O' RUSSIAN .
fruit fromtMHote a
obablyTnoreThe: : psrThe eltyattorneypresentod fofnrof -groups--of two and three.Some -of -
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last year brought $4,600. contract covering construction workof them stopped at the Manhattan for about deal the cost of of valuable Information the ] PRISONERS AT BATTLE OF AtLENSTIENWashington -

P'The? fruit from both the Katz and bulkheading lake front,-which.-was supper and others went directly roads, their durability building, etc,, and oil-sand the -- . - ," ., "
ie*;(Troves. is of a very fine.'qualityhd.alway read in open session and on motion f through the'to Orlando. where the party ette will give space to the U. C.-A German1 vie. .The'-ctr'Jlateb''aye. ;! ,>'i
} < brings good prices. was' filed for further consideration.TUT spent night. compete tory at Allenstein In whi 1 three "
report next week. .
_. I "Official reporto-of .
P T Antla.lazes. that Awlinance A. S: Gilbert, C. L. Bandy, E. A. the/victory' t
; ''requiring pool rooms' t;;.close"at Gilbert J. J. Griffin and W. B. Harris, When time came for the visitors to Russian army co.rp'e wepr defeated Allensteln shows that 'is was oven .. ,
NDIS GIVE OPjpTLATIflRNEYJOB 11 o'clock at night be .amended so as traveling in. C. L. Bandy's, car, were leave Eustis, homeward bound, they and 70,000 prisoners,>eluding two greater* than known,before..... Three','' ,"
TO 1 said th.r.had had a great trip and Russian army >were'annihilated.
to allow them to remain open on Sat- 'Kissimmee representatives who joined Rysslan) commandina generals were corps .
'fU; urday nights until 12 o'clock. After the party at"Orlando early Wednesday "Basils' citizens were heartilY" complimented Taken, was reportXU Monday 'to the Seventy' thousand prisoners were tak, u
for the including ..
royal entertainmentgiven en. two commanding
consideration Mr. Butler advised and gen
was morning accompanied the
i .I that the !BAtter would be considered t. Eustis.: lnthatclty delegation them.Dispersing. German embassy from Berlin by wire* erals; 800- officers.:,and ;.the .complete';

[at a meeting when. .the full Aboard were about noon Wednesday:they were met - -oftbrautoist8'l'F' 1..YI"-.JI..1IJI..k, ;: J.. ,..... ......... ... artillery!! . ,of the, Russian. army/* ......_ ,
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turning south weht ;;; .* .' :, .
t"Js "understod'-that Gary D. Lan.s present. by a number of other autolsts who byway of Lees- Sfi j ,
Mr. L. A. Fort.w'asked the' had come from neighboring towns and 'burg. The route up from Saraeotsand' : ..dr.
state attorney for the Seventh Julaff coun- DESCRIBES New ,Elected '
district, will Under bin' res.Utton cil to consider making 'contract with sections north of Eustis. In all. there Tampa led through Plant City, WAR RUINSAPPALLING Pope ; rWill.Aasu
:Governor Tcammell In ahortHtme W.. B. Makinson company for.keeping were probably fifty a automobiles car- Lakeland. Bartow Winter Haven Lacer -
v- '. 'people: : Park lIaines"Clty. and Lough- e'Narne.of
lawns mowed for ity. 1On"motion rying-ZOfr! : : .
.!kG.1'"p: << ton f>t th's city and action was deferred for' further con- When the entire delegation had ''manNto Kissimmee, Orlando IN, EUROPE :
sideration. reached Eustis the Eustls board 'of and Bustis. New recruits joined the . } ,
of : have I $
ofge< DeCott anford. i :, '. '. enedict''"XV"
,ady,announced their Intention of I trade entertained, the '"visitors! 'at din- d lega ()n. all along the way;and the. r 'r .,.,. 'J I .. : ".'
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the to the ner and then escorted them to the party was a London'-Amo Dosch, correspond"ent <
eking case'Mr. appointment Landis resigns and there LA MODE SHOP FOR oil-sand road In the suburbs where it .editorial crib of Rube Allyn's of the magazine 'World's Work Rome; Sept S CardtnaEDelI*Chi:'

-ill 'probably' be a number of other was pointed'O vt that the roal had been in the Sarasota Sun 'started the read has arrived in London from Brue..I"I'Referrine f eta 'was' elected Pope ,to.succeed, the "
.. : : in use'nearly years-jand had had enthusiasts of the state talking of oil to the.military, f I late Pius X He will ...uin. the name
ppllcant N.,:, _._, .Cy 1 I I I WQMENOPENS; SEPT..8' no repairs. The road Is'like asphalt sand. 'roads and resulted in the inspection in Belgium.,Mr.; Dosch'said:' ' lof Benedict XV. ,Y\\\ ,(1'< ." :

.. .. . .. j Iin appearance and the fact that Itf" ,trip to Eastis. "The Germans auto"*'trucks 'are *.1 I' rdlnal.GI.nono'Della'Cbl ..'w '
SEE"T-"r MILLION; DOLLAR '4 j 1! .;r .. .r : - <' -- ..... -- - - ... marvei. .riquippea'witnr!; scytnes they I created Cardinal M.21' last, and U, "
The new. La Mode 'shop ,on Broa&fway maw right through hedge ''.and''wire ,'Archbishop.of Bologna,"Italy.He .- ,"T' ,;
.MYSTERY. : PICTURE TONIGHT O will open for business next Tuesday MOVE: CAPITAL OF WILL ISSUE MONEYON fences, if the Broads 'do'not suit' th. ,: ?: was born .ordained 21T864 ,-
.", ;<. -.the Million Dollar 0 with's line of smart millinery and .drivers.!! These trucks'ere hea.tIT'ar- 1 and ;was priest ;Ike;
ndsee .
woman's ' mored: and'they are able' to1' resist cember21, 1878- and' has I. been-1 '
ready-to-wear.. 'MrsHattie; eort-;
"M. : . 'at*the Graystone Ca0'Fridayri >, -of Hto anything exceptartiiteryflre.. bested with' the Vatican in .. ,
Logan who
hts and -read 0, Lakeland Js establishing FRANCE BORDEAUX NAVAL STORES I ;They ,. .. variousm. r'
Val- the store waste the city Thursday enable- they Germanforces, to" make ,capacities. slnco 1833. ,
Itathe'Klsslmm." .1 of-.this week, to inspect Improvement I \' fory'miles'a day:' ."number of. I1U .appointmet.eBlehoy; -of.4l.;: 'H ,
y le9'Oazette. this weekly.Friday night' an being made 'on 'the building and Paris, Sept. &.rA issued Washington- D. C.-Secretary Mc- these tucks lIlimlted.,- Bologna is said in Rome to have been c. .

eight-piece Beginning, orchestra will .play .i stated that her' stock'would. .rrive'in proclamation Adoo has ruled that naval stores may .It"I.' estimated that,800bOOCer, fOjt1wI>-purpose, .of.. .combating.1 the ,t
.. by the government announced .b. '!
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and '
nexLMopday would man troo raid.'their .
Tuesday and F da".Lthe.. be'accepted "to a reasonable extent"with way ,r .
every. be ready for inspection the tact that the 'O..mment"d 'Brussels ..., ,". .
to\the, theatre's 0 by Tuesday. < & other securities: ,as the basis'for through and that' -400,000 '
'Ifron Casino; ;feature adding.ttraetl ."..''' -. .,* 4AZETE The building. to be occupied by the ments will. be transferred currency: when presented through national moved.south of Brussels. The troops .. 0,11!It ... 0 O....f' I !.::
; f La Mod is undergoing a thorough to Bordeaux. bank. which passed through Brussels ;
Jl ". __... ENJOYS-- .:: ......,.. renovation ; and,'one..of th. 'the proclamation; was issued b part-I. to' '76 >per cent currency of'their.associations value.RUSSIANS : "up. .later engaged with the British forces-were y4.AUSTItIAIV I.!* MEN IN7BATTLE?, LOSE WITH')100.000, .A.;'
; STAFF most attractive stores'in tewnwhn'completed. Only sv-small detachment of Germans .
; ;F'NE--GlUPF.8: GROWN ..'w'BYJ /: .. ,An entire. new plate glass: minister of the interior. whosald. .;, ',f !.to!'!;O 0 ,', o was left in.the,Belgian capital. 4.; THE" RUSSIANS... '.
de f4L.4Rome'
; A.3A1TIAGO{ front' transforms the"outside. of MloJzdibM taken"'rolelynponthe ; t .
.. . the'building"knd "Louvalrt is"s'pitlful'rufa.- game .
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-' -"- the interior has mil been: demand of the authorities., BURT 14,800 AUSTRIAN 'Ita1 Sept, :,3-y: (By.
military .
.. through that city
: 'Mr.; Joseph* San-{ 4 DEAD AND CAP r on my way-out from a .or''ParU.-The' .
+ Wsy
.FrldaYlI nn( : ) RaadasC.embassy
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: newly decoratd'and'painted With because the fortMM,
places of. ..,,
) Belgium'and :the rains. ..
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brought to. ham been.notified
: new furnishings and while ri"f" that: -
displaying an up- not necessarily, to be ; I r tit
'''' Onlythe;; big cathedral'. visible '
)trod presented to the staff a halfsel *; .: ., was the Austriaisj-'were' overwhelm" .
e to-date, line ''of'wom.n hats and ,tacked would become the pivot of ; f'| ;; .
basket of fine grapes, shipped 4'.L, .L'r, . th. smoke and that may''ha,. inglydefemftidK near Lemburg, *
from hiavlneysrd; -atGreen Cove tentlon.gowns ;It-.. will' be a shop. to attract...: atCrW. -:field operations. ofth., sway .armies, :; J i Petroga'XSC_ : i rUtnbart").'.f I: gone'section' I W'U.unable to go to ..lain '.inorath a., 09,000'men' ,* < /(.

ings.'.' Mr'S&nt1aP'; has a'splenvte ' I f WAKING SELbJ'Z.OOO'SREEP'1 4 Sept., r -The-Rassiaas.In,,Gala0' .(,: ''of. Lonvain, 'where the,*.....d tift.v.neynonz.TJ\e; \ oc-:1.....
..ard.;;of,*fourteen Acres: 'at ; AANN-4AoES EAST, . 'cia eoatl..._to adraace and have.4 American 'colleges: maintained by + capaUon.of,the efty Lemburg* .
Cove>> ;bearing a' heavy'trop this J; + TO 8ANfO'RD"COMPANY. : 0 Inflicted .heavy losses,* says1 aa 0 American'bishops; are',;located but-' *.was. said to,be.imnahMftt' ''; ::;. ,;*'-, .. ,
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u..:The grapeiaro.of. scup- I; 7t.--BUY.'. FALL. :'GOODS, ", '" o'.official, eeejiwimicatioii: today. beard .that they had displayed ,A telegram from Nish.'Servia. ; *,,, .J' 'r
nit> variety'-and are, big sweet : :>Wl-Dann'th.: ; ; :'; t ,. R..nvwi.tblsw: 1i.sold-2,000 '.-rbrRwiaas buried fourteen' ,American, .11aC'and hadbeen"spared... 11.,ays that In.. battle at Jadar Utweon -.*,/ r l .':
juHiy; : Everybody, around v: the JC' : well pre head of .Jteepto; ,a company,of.San o IhouaasMl and eight'hnadred Ans-:.1'' .. T2kfto,000 j Anstrianli';aad..r ': "
;WIL8ON ..., ,, :
Joined In -a>vote of thanks ;ta pri.tor'.f Dawn's ;ford"men'who are opening up.i big triaa fUad;;,captured .Ifcirty-t*.: .PRESIDENT ? .80.000.:ti.edaaetbelattey'pat| 4&. i'

Santi.1JOi gfter;'-"filling.,. ,.. ap'' :" '.one :will'-leave. Saturday night- for New M:ranch --on'.th, SU Johns .river about .o runs sad Biaiiy prisoaera. faeladtag.aegeneaL *- -'i fi w1YiL4' -*CANDIDATE O...... $OOQ".A.uatrlan.o.. ..!:"non d....cube, a.0'.'"",.
\ lrultC". ",.r' r r .- ... York City; H.wlU..Ir1a1..ther., for :,fifty-miles southeastof:\Kissimmee. .'" ; ; s ' '-, t''Washfngtn /- 'f c'r'' , .. 11.-& ;: .r- " ..I--T.. /" f'iW't d;,... ..\-:'-""
s.p.VI Prostdent -
,' aboutten'days'and while-'away' r' e .
':. iv+e''.. ehowJ..-:.BunutJM..J:: ';purchase a complete- stock of fait and, 5 The 'compajiy t bt. PInt.N.tional Include Mr. Foster.Bank :,to. .... ..i-t'. 1.1,.14 044, .41 .ICarahall,'aacoanced'tod.y.that! S-. :a. ,.i! .. li. !44 t!.1 1

..He The*will l-IortiNu.t. ;tke wtoter= >gooy, :for: *.taiiyd iepartmeatsn-of:. *, .es! as ordrilir.xniase..... ;..'.JoeCameron, .... ,...;-1)-........ Burns. :wiu ""polncth..J'i: ; fore Presl4anf' -=would. fee. be .: iI< : '-1':__ .
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Y: .' NOW BEING Shipment' Consigned; to Armour and Company Chicago Commencing, -Tuesday--- September' ,: ;

', 8, the Sumner street rink: hall, reaps.>' 'I'
Mr. Chas. E; ,ofu
Iy bought by Boyer; '
St. Louis open tor the fall and win.
: V ERECTED i''j'' ; ter season, beginning its program of
l amusement with' regular Tuesday
night dances each week from. 730; to+.

} ' ; Blocks Jl The o' :-announces' that i'-.f-:
i Two Business the' rink hall has a splendid] floor''for
it Is proposed
dancing and con* 'n
duct the dances so that they..will be'' '
In but will fur .'. "
Broadway in no way objectionable ; q
nish genuine amusement for lover of. ;:11"
the terpsichorean art. Good music "
( ," ,'' :HEW PACKING HOUSE AND YEt will be furnished and a competent instructor ",. ,r
t + %a "NEERINO')MILL NEAR COMPLE- will be on the, floor to assist,, ;'t'
and advise those not perfectly far
TlON-SO\MBviTTRACTIVJi\ RES. mil iar with the new dances ; ii':'

'; tlDENCES\BUILT.. As yet no announcement had been des
I'' **./ made concerning roller skating for.the .' .
/'XrilVeljnMitVJlng' l boom which started season, but Mr. Boyer will give out"fi'hil
f'. several l wAks ago continues un- plans] as soon as they are complete -;; '
' .bated.and the\operations along, this also the date of the openin--* .
N a a ,line;are the kind that reflect stead skate. t -
'and substantial! progress for the city., .
. '
Howard Transfer,
Among the important building: now
f In course of consructlon a....two brick H. rlowaXL _resident, on
business buildings on Broadway, a -' rJa.plane to cortsnJcTSock and ware. ', ,' '
"flaw citrus fruit packing. house, a new .-. house ''' '

,, veneering:' mill enlargement. of the I A GOOD PICTURE OF SOME OF THE CATTLE SHIPPED.A .. "
electric light plant, doubling Ita capaclty West Palm 'Beach.-City vote eptf
;; ,. and' numerous private residences 21 on issuing $100,000 bond for Be*
t being made ready for fall oc this week the 1,217 head of cattle, recently l oldT>y foeeI" wall, sewerage and street improvement -,.
r:. panc:)'. In addition nearly every DURING owners to Armour & Company of Chicago were shipped *.-
r store in the business, section is having: North in two train loads. The flrst train carrying half) the
r some. remodeling done. shipment went out Monday night and was consigned to Armour's s:. Y
,: Waring Building. I Louisrhouse' The second train left Kissimmee Tuesday, billed directto r!
The new Waring block] on Broadway Chicago. You Need Help :
which was designed as a two- !
rstory brick with store rooms on the Approximately $30,000 was' realized from this sale of cattle. '* Men and women who can help ,
first -floor and offices' on the second The Carson Cattle Company Run Bass, Lesley and Bass'; Ed. Whaleyand you come to us, we investigate
"t" f> floor; IB-To blve a third story syfded Henry T. Bass furnished the greater portion of the stock for this their abilities and list their -
to It. R D. Waring, the owner, decided shipment bpt other cattlemen having'lIorne cattle in the lot were names. There is hardly any line
- ?"* that another story Jor -office Henry O. Partin, Ordia Bass L.. M. Whidden, W. E. Smith, S. C. in which we cannot supply skilled -

purposes would be a paying proposition Partin and Oliver Bags. ;' *:t /C.* r---r *,'*<-,*> T ..T.TfJT/f l ?* I '""VV Y ? HELP, whether ,you are a
as well as add to the attractiveness With probably] one exception this shipment was the largestever * "l 'l mill owner, a merchant or a

_ _ of the building and teh contractorha sent out from this point. It was the first local shipment ever housewife, we can secure. the
rearranged his plans to meet this aid you need.
M 'demand. The building when complete] made to the Armour concern but Mr. Price, 'Armour's buyer, while Write to us. "* +rlr..

will be one of the most imposing in here ex.expressed the opinion that his company would doubtless want BUREAU OF INFORMATION

the city. more cattle from this section in the near future. Mr. Price saw the Phone 2530, 1016% Frankin St.. ,
'Mr.. Pilley Build. Brick. I shipment go out from here and was satisfied that the stock would Tampa, Florida.
,, I Just across the street from the ,Y.
: ; Waring block Mrs. L W. Pilley is ,, meet the requirements of the market-

4 1 having a modern two-story brick The price paid for the cattle per head was considered by local GetlYOUR HORSES SHOD BY". :--
erected, with for three
: building space
cattlemen to be latls actory.
very F'A
. S stores on the ground floor"and the \
q, .' upper floor planned for office use. The ]loading of the cattle Monday and Tuesday afternoons was MTJ7MOLCAHYCANADIAN ..
Work on the outside walls! began this watched by dozens of interested spectators and several people had A.

cornpleted cameras along trying to get pictures. Several hundred cattle wateringin .;
J, ready inquiries are being made about the lake' at sundown was an impressive picture, and the skill with ___ ___n
k the store rooms. which the cowboys handled the herd won profound admiration from-

f Remodeling Done. men as well as the Email boys. WATERING LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA _-f.'

In this name block on Broadway the ---------- .--.-
building which I is to be occupied by 7j


appearance inside and out. At the r-- -

corner of Broadway and Darlington KISSIMMEE INDUSTRYThe The motion picture flint made in ORLANDO PROPERTY.Several G. S. Cooper of 114 Mitchell ,.I
avenue the building formerly occupied Kissimmee under the
direction of
street, came near being the victim o f I .
"e by front Grocery- has a new J.: D. Woodbeck more than a year ago a serious accident on Wednesday! ol' . -;, ,J J,1
plate slash and 1s beinK newly and shortly) afterward sold 'to the this week, when an explosion resulted '. '" ...:f. :.... ; ,
,*decorated and painted Inside-and Dut Yellow companyof Board of Trade has been located after : days ago a sale was con- <[
Wing from used to start tire
to accommodate, the. LaMode Millinery. which R. p. is owner and months of wandering: the North. summated by which R. Waring became gasoline a
; shop. proprietor is enlarging its interests ,the owner of a valuable piece of in the kitchen range. Mrs Cooper HORSE SHOER AT
noticeable] by the establishment of a .new 'veneering Persistent inquiry has brought the property. in Orlando. Mr. Waring was under the impression that she -
? < Other' improvements arethe
information that the film is at the bad coal oil into the stove buta J. J.Dann'a 'L-j'
newly'painted-front* "of.the post- plant that will .employ, about Hunter Land bought what ia known as the Grove poured Wa6onSh ( I
-, ". office, the Jlon')(' Bakery, new location twenty men, .' in Minnesota company's headquarters i place,' covering a city block, and proposes match thrown on the fluid broughtthe EMMETT STREET Near '
and the
Board of that
Trade realization it was gasoline,
] willmakeaf of to it
, nextdoor, and the. Stanford store The"plant \ kinds has directed that it be returned at improve immediately by along with the explosion. Flames
'the of several handsome
citrus tttrifhexes' and "Vegetable erection residences .
ft* New.Paeking' House.Worlr.ori .' . once., | hot upward enveloping her head and Wbeoever Yon Need Otaersl .
? which he
irate. and will have -capacity sufficient hopes .to completeIn '
,- the new] packing'ToofwRl house be lee ,,:for,.demands''of-several:' seasons The film shows many interesting :: time tovattract the notice of WInter. when she recovered from .the fright Take Orove'a {.
'...progressingirictly.The.: to ome.' .It-Is expected thatIt scenes in the city and is considered',tourists. she discovered that her hair and The Old Standard Otove'a Tastelt._:
'.. finished in Yew days.rwhen the build. will be in.operationby\ 30. a valuable medium for advertising :Mr. Waring* investment fn Orlan- eyebrows were badly singed. and her chill Tonic is equally, .valuable as) *..
ble\will be Jn shape:for.Jhe of which installa-is Already .the building-for the plant this community. It is the purpose of';,do will in i no .wa.."' affect his interests face parched from the heat., General Tonic because it cootala the
-.tion of machinery, part
; .a the board to make extensive of it in Kissimmee.- He he is in well known toDicps-opertJeaolQUININR'
' Ii' nearing completion : and .the machinery . say .
house ex- Detective 'William J. .Burns
alreadyhere i iLakeland.
ng this winter.' : never and IRON..It act on the Liver Drive
modernused I business in Kissimmee to' and
operaeion which ..the most stay
.'q : pacts to be-in by September ,- Is counts this city "home." The Orlando fails! He will show you how to find out Malaria, Enr4ches'the8loed.a 4.t.11Iai1c1a .
in this work, has been ordered
+ o; clues in The Million Dollar Mystery '
I the Whole SO:
up System. cental
> :Veneering MilL and is expected to arrive soon. .-Peerless Laundry Co., Investment is simply an enlargementof
; The new veneering mill' t. a part With twenty men employed in the capital stock $8.000 incorporated by business interests."I ., ':"
r?! of-the YelloW Lumber;company* veneering plant the lumber com- N. M. F. Holland..W. W. Holland .and 1
r.. ''establishment, near the A. C. L. sta >any's payroll will be increased-- E. O. Rogers; has' erected building; 'can find Stanley Hargreave! ;
tionIt is nearing completion and theo ,1000 a month. will install laundry machinery. says Detective Burns. ( r, awl ra'
machinery it hasbeen ordered. :
When in operation it will increase thpcompany'

payroll about a thousand ... I I
dollars a month, and will employ ..tfAwEQ:":

& '" probably twenty Residence people. (Get i Your' r .tj..I;'.'.'4.-)Jjj.11!

Among tKe"new residences being Y .
{ .(f.. ,
afthis time attractive ,
completed are tir
Y,111 .......
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T. M.
bungalows owned by Judge f ? _
+ Murphy. Jon. Geiger, C. IJ. Breaker, { J'f' .
z- and H.-..W. Barnett. As many more r ..."- '
., are already contracted for and iev- Roofing ) -. .... -JW
eral propcrty-ojpnerfl-ftrv'.havtnp their, : 'rf'
homes newly painted or otherwtsi improved -. L ,

1, arrive.before The'winter N. B. visitors Carson beginto home ; l .'" f.
_ with its extensive improvements. and i-t.: : ;
: .' _
additions, Just made, look like anew _
residence and is one of the largest / _
i land handsomest in the"city 1NOW- S e _

,'-' .. I
T Henry O. Partin has purchased
-*, what i*. known a* the Howell] Bass We have justreceiveda.ear
:f place in North Kissimmee, and with Yes-Sometimes It Is-But Look :;

;-...,,. /amjlywill move in immedately. ,y...,
+ R. D. Wiring; who> 'lOW1I the >= -Out When The \
place for some time, recently had thee "Bump" Comes. t'. 1
j I
the completely ,-
residence on property ..1

f tc'c .! ground overhauled extensively and remodeled] improved, and until the 'f Roofing> as Attractive- in,Price A man may go on quite a while pending every dollar: k* MIB*.-'' ;. :. ;;:'

< \.; 5 ,.: tw now it is one of the-niost attractive -As in Color I as boos, or even before he fet it-and have a great time doing U>,*.; ;
'i,1---6 -plaoes>> -.In...thsl.part of the city. Mr. but eventually "thorn will show. -" .' '.
f.T Partin bought the property-for a peranent admit thi roof looks attractive In distinctive of rj
l .ized: -- colon red-or green.- "
'J.', ,t home- Roofing Yue'ov'n;"'- most home builder its tkttf attraction: Ilea ia'its rtm&rkable-econo-: His ala, day" i U bound to come soon. or later., wCe.$
I.' t MMMMWMMHMMMVVMMW tale*. L'et's begin with its tint cott. NCFensCT Pro late Roofing costs hi to mis-pent dimes and dollar would come into mighty good pUy.Aoi ::
a, ., WILL ASK DONATIONS Iron in all buy than good tbingle Costs not a penny for irpalrt. No hingU to split, : ii!
';.1t. FOR ,WOUNDED SOLDIERS crick: or "curl up." Remember tbe"s kinglev of todays aren't the shinglet'of ao The time to throw off the pending habit It new .' ,,
yean ago. NEPONSET: Pro.Ut.Roofiac makes waler-tigbt blanket. And] beat }
of prominent start by depositing just little each week -
a ,in this
A committee women ". bank :.;
) lengths of all, twists fir*-U !"ipark-proof. Its protection from fire-hasard alone I. worth :
\ church worker of the city are planning all Its cort. Its lint cost i* its only cent, too. Can you. afford NOT to- have and see how much more comfortable and independ- .r i
a-'campaign, , donations NtPsascT. Pr *late Roefiag ooj/mr roptt J I eat you will feel a* the habit grow and your dollar 4>, ;
for tb. benefit of''th.,,wounded oU I multiply.
iwill be carried on in a systematic way; CoSeid '
'. and there is little doubt that the pub EOH5Eii t.-
e lie wift, respond to the request for : iSTATE BANK OE i h

''>men'propose that ._ .
.' ; tae fnod realised shall,,be. handled .
a" Y Products
:"-11 '!throng.tb* Red. Cros. organisation 1 W.B. Waterproof" Building' P. A I KISSIMMEE .
; I :t jn jnjfe.hj gad in:svtt efl>ctiTe. way. ; ....' Wall Bo 1 1
"'"' ; ".' .,.. ;Ro hats' -"i:; Bandies P.. d s r- ", ,
ii i\ T : .4 p. '.NIHN.eT'! ss.fa.ssaw; MN.N.5R7w.snp..lesai" N..>Mwrr.w.:1": + .._ .
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YM y- *.*ak, p'''i X' :" .MARL{ 'I's i'i..M-.k.- .. M aS M. W ao-,... ...... will M. .rl.n a hsa W rr....-, t2---. ---- --------------_____-'I00.000.OO. ..-' 1i.:: pi\\'.. ...i
on fNSrwaaT r.nld ssu ease 6s N W. LAn .d 1a-w .., '" '' ? m* .,"
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The resignaUort. of Capt. J.: A. .. t, i: \ assistant postmaster! "
'Kisstmmee, caused several ehancea in . ': '
-, the-postoffice this week and entered -
,- '
; :.a new recruit Into this branch, of government \ I
work.< ' V.ffereJs
W. L. Paulk Who ''heretofore baa, :the : ,Offer
been dispatching clerk of the office, \ ; GreatestNewspaper ) .
... became assistant postmaster throuehf. < ;

''the O. W.resignation' Best, formerly of Capt.general and *Made X 1:

I 'clerk.clerk has Through been th. 'made...'recommendation: dispatching \-iEpi: : : , :: To-, the**,**f P !.pple'ffF1Qrida: ; ,, : ,

{ ''of the poatmas } ; Mice Elate Norton ( .-
received the polntment as general, '
delivery' e1er fr.. Miss Norton,.took hers : :. : '
service examination time Here : .i
civil some Me
., ,ago>amd made the highest grade of TheyMOVIE : "
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", >i'tim.>:any of the other applicants at the .L. .r '.,\ 1<1 AL1t' $

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Capt. ,
.ont. Monday ftersaboutAfton PICTORIALThe ,, __,-. _" : _ '_. '. '
1-7 the local service,'interf .;, '
postoffice ;
i ftI 1 but by one year's absence when I ; National-Movie; WeeklyZ6! Weeks ; :.'i; $2.60. ''f
: he S.op the EastCoask Four years ". ;: "' ; ; 17'J4 PrGAZ1NE1 .
_. of the timi'be-bLiff"flf+iicw4r! ;:

.., t;.' ": m he a intng..erved as postmaster !and the *.T, ,LI, S 11I! 1 Year .50 of "theValley .'. 't ,

,He Is I now seventy-five years of age ,)'-'''''''''' . : x.,
: "'. and ha. decided that he is entitled to -

,f. a rest.I in-Kissimmee-* --famll ._,VALLEY_ h.. _-GAZETTE---,1 Year - .--,-. :- .-..,. .. -1.50 -

f iar Everybody with Capt. Simpson's kindly face :, .. ,,1 Gazette
y, and he will be missed.from'the post; l.
office. Though the public agrees that : Total$440 I ,
he has earned a rest after so many; ; ..
years of active service, announcement .
of his resignation brings genuine re- ;
IiU Ix I- .
gret.; l--*>* *
Capt. Simpson has seen manychanges ;
j ; bil "IT" A T" .
L in postofTica during < > -\
connection with it. With the town it *;' r d '
1 has steadily grown In Importance unto '; ; il1iam.J Burns ty v
now its working force numbers ..
4 t five with the addition of three city
+ and two rural carriers. Mrs. B. B. : .
c Simpson is the popular postmaster . -, .
and associated with her are .Messrs, :
I ;{ Paulk and Best, Miss Norton and ,
Mrs. Armor. The city carriers are
a Sam Lupfer George Gardner and : Will Help You Solve .
George Millard and G. W. Lorenz: and ;. Fil;
Cecil Prentis handle the two
routes. .


Ocala, F1a.--Latt week a very Important '

p. "z", ., .between meeting the representatives was held In this of city the THE VALLEY GAZETTE has secured: exclusively -,_-_,- _'f'; '

\ Southern Express companyand the its readers real
a treat---something that will
! H ) various transportation lines ,of this ; :

1"1 ft'i:.:' section.. The meeting was the Marion = help blaze the trail to. the solution of the Million Dollar 4_ '

o county hoard of trade, and its = Mystery which' is I
; : running in the
t L" -. 'motive was to try and./perfect a plan story now Valley 3

' -, ;'. by markets which without produce having could be to sent deal to with the .: Gazette---and ,its great $10,000 prize for its solution.l .

the' lDmiaslon men, who make it easier : $.
for the to sell their stuff .
i but.pocket growers an unduly large share of : The World' Greatest Detective, William J. Burns, i..writing the most, wonderful wits of articles; '. 4

the profits.TeD Experiences' : that point out duet to the solution of The Million Dollar Mystery Mr. Burnt visited the'scenes ,of':this. I ;

scat i In'attendance 'OD the meeting'were. : great phpto-drama, to be able to. get the facts-actually interviewed Florence, the Countess:Olga; :t '
representatives-company, 'the the Atlantic Southern CoastLine Express :.' Jone. -the-butler: ;,Jimmie Norton. l. the'reporter. : .Susan;/Braine, and'others" whom'- ,"' 'weekly on. '',the. .
the Seaboard, some other roads, screen.: It' '
the ransportaionagent;;

I more leading'shippers board of trade,of and the fifty territory or :" -:Trained at, .he i it in ferreting out H hidden,things i ,M( Burn points. cut' .'truths:and"suggestions: i,.that'you.

,' contiguous of the to Ocala Florida, and Growers'a'representative ,. would never think about-shows'the logical. hiding place of thi minion dollars-tells some'startling facts .fv *'

,. and Shippers' league. .J. M. Meffert about Jones and Hargreave rknowt what Florence has learned through NortoD-indeed. goes into the very: yo it w;
a of Ocala: presided over the' meeting,,
l 'and J. D. Kooney acted as secretary.The heart of this absorbing mystery story.TheGreat : <

better part of the day was
-gievn to heanng the experiences of
the shippers, all of whom are sore .t< $10,000 Prize Will. Go. .to One '
the results of their-worfc'as-returned i
t. to them) by the commission men. One !

, ,r,:" '. prominent only $110 grower for a told$2,200 hoer he crop received and- Person! Why Don't You Try to Win? ] :

some told how their shipments,had not ,
" even paid expenses. ,
1S .Ii.. This part of the state has been a With these helps j t '
. good thing for the commission men you are betterequipped to offer to the Thanhouier Film Corporation a rational
I ''t', for'the last dozen years. They have solution-to tell what becomes of Hargreave what became of the million, what happens to the Countess>

made business good for the hotels and whom Florence marries. These great Burns articles are published every week in MOVIE PICTORIAL,, the .
f. '% '; saloons, but they haVe not paid the '
i" \ farmers in proportion, and not a few ,National Movia Weekly:...:*hat sells for fOc a copy at. newsdealers... But The Valley Gazette's. speaal, + T'
. M>f trmny': or their- houses have.-been offer will-give-you] MOVIE PICTORIAL for'6 monthsAndthis - '
ore shameless pirates than Captain '
Kidd. shipper, and a .
w:;d'' perfectly responsible man, says that "
;, it'has: documentary evidence that Gift
.t/. would send the representative one -
{: house to jail if the state attorney will 3
I take it ft-/!
tt1; Railroads to Help. And in-addition to this six months-.subscription (26 consecutive weekly Issues), containing illustrations WILLIAM J. BURNS < .-<

\ The express and railroad men allshow stories of the movies and movie stars and other highly interesting things well' the Burns '
a strong disposition to cooperate at as ar '
Ckief oi f William ,. Bona IitenuUoal 1
,r with the growers, and it Is believed tides, will Detective. Agency '
that by the time the next shipping you get reprints of all the Burns articles run to date (they started' July 4). You will thUs; ?

:;:1 ,n season opens an organization have the Burns series from the first as well as MOVIE PICTORIAL for six months from now. Read The '
"< -j. will be perfected that will enable the 4
; growers to ship their stuff mostly Valley Gazette's exceptional end' of the finger point-and. act 0,1 I < .fl sV' t' ,fi
\\ "t r in carload lots and market it on fair
,.'$ '\,terms. This section hopes to be inde- )If our subscription man fails to.yiiitLyout' home,-just I II.I s31.90ay: "I accept your offer.> t .
A'4ndent of the commission men, -uti.C check Special Burns Offer !
City, buy and pay on the spot.NOW the MOVIE PICTORIAL.I McCALCSMAGAZINE and THE: VALLEY CAjgTTC will begin at "ute.-. Don't __ _---.r-- -r-- .-- -;--' .- _

wf SEARS delay-:::don't wait-:
\" now running in The Valley Gazette. Then read the Burns articles in The Movie /Pictorial and win refolar rate,of$J.50. year-and

> $10,000 You if will I .__ far six .tb-U consecvtive r
>: IN NORTH( CAROLINA! can you -.. '.'
. 1.-- '
: > ,) .. I articles, aid. McCaFs Meathry( '' .;

J ."'IP. J. Sears of Klsslmmee nominee' regular rate ef Tki VaDey' t r
Mail Your ;;
.ff ''for.coheres from the Four district, Subscription TODAY :w. Year wUcriptio. to.' .

,"st,". : ,button.too:terminated. D. C., and his has returned n Wash-to ; \ .- '1 '. azfoe, begiat+ at .:c.;'kkd ye, .

'1iAsbeYw..tdme.w'. ... N. C.. for a stay. of.some Remember. the' .Bargain Price JVonfc .L'astLJ."o1fi;! MIa,.; 'Order teday) r/ AZET'X: ?

'.; United States :MarabarJ. Clifford "
,X; ?Brown.."bo was .recently in Ashetille '

r ry;n'. ,-there-Carolina.while j learning, failed'on,his later to vacation locate that he bad'North Sears gone ; ; :

;:"S-tTer, .t'"i'"0n'.;.hal.In to'BroWDHr.\generally a the recent national. communication,"and.y'Sears capial->.to"".w stated"to.teb- look..>:eongressBt"session. ->to that things.."Jrfarro' .he- Tillr: : : :? KISS: : I MME: E' 'lV"' 'Lt'f-'V: 61\ :

:' Stp'ould rest.a. in" Asheville .and

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r ;W.S.MAIUUS, j"." ,*. .-" w' '... Y. - .n, .*' -.* oJ'.' ?, '. r. .'Cimer.' There are two .tnanlea-tbe: earth draggle and the. ,., 'It is the fight of the: ,,;jungle 'transplanted into our Editorial WOfU Dennt Roelquountata""i: ;r.
IPTION o' . J ; struggle of"man withDaa. .". 'a_ > cities.. 'develops! conning,Ieca6' lying and'atealin' ;. I .. ..
. RATES: : On"0007. ft..7.a'.............-......-..-.I ..i..i..eIx "'' '' The first Is ennobling; the 'second'd asmg. k' '*'It' appeal l* to the pri..aL"i u"rigs antisocial: J i instinct f NewsIn -
,} M11; _oatlUl................. ra*. pne oopr. three.. montha.eommaaleatlona ...-..... .** 'I Paris at the call of a Sodiatyi..
,:I .. To tubjugate'th force of nature.'to harness them 'It embrutes. Under th. timulur of this strurtl men i newspaper thousand ofassemble '.... '
,"' .autaftrlsftd must ft.: io our trkiniVbur: factories j to compel them tq dig our .become.beast.4' 'a 'w I*! "*tj t: ,and sing the Ire. ,',:
: except from our correspondents .
.:.2.. 6 the writer. - 'i -n coaL propel our ships, drive our'flying machine*, trans* ; 1'be7'fiibt savagely, blindly, insanely l driven to it ale.-the 'workers' _sonu _." bt+ether.hood. ..+" .:v:.

.4 matter will not 'b. returned unless called tor. pct our nought, inibort, to master,the'unconscious elements 'b"-tlte i stiD'of' 1eIf-pyeservatiosi: ;*".* has.' of'-!1"'display rivOa'teabrtT the temper' and .-">'.
"A guerre
e l'.t.,.. at the Postofflee In Klsslmme. Florida u coad-elaas, matter) fiber the blood warm the heart. and .refine* "This'. 'uaneceua<< y;' of this mob. v "
-- 'and, elevate the mind. : > .There is plenty for aIL In Berlin the Social-Democratic: .
: i : "s... .FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER '4. WU. > ''";.- To invent a machineJthat will do the coarser: work 'Iri*'"only'.because; 'we cannot .free ourselves from party holds a monster mass meeting .r

is to release'the mind for higher flight, i is to advance the old idea that we'must fight for. bread that We continue :. and pataes resolutions" expressing I
.... 2 and 4HnOlaaod/'
civilization to fulfill destiny to,fight instead of to co-operate. working class. "
: The struggle of,mu with arils for the mean to Gvoperation in production of the mean of Ing war.similar demonstration will" It,be '
A 1'
"I s' Sunday Tampa Times J live i i. debasing. ... living. is the next .step>> in aviliza1. l1. seen in London lib
r ". Have the peace advocates, the Andrew ". .
1'1 Caritegies and David Starr:Jor- :,:.
( '? The new Sunday;: Tampa Times arrived in Kissimmee right on time.Considering :00..000..00000..00.0. : dans, realized; the tremendous potency, I ,

:' everything, it made -creditable showing. The paper was I Suffering fromNegrorltaniaTHE : : I 0' FARM FACTS. O of the new working" class fsycholpgySt. ,".
OO attitude toward wart It is a
+ not a* newsy oral entertaining as it will be after the Times staff get the 0' in its
National Lee- O than The Hague or than :
Radford. factor
r > By Peter bigger
work of gathering the news and assembling the paper down to a regular! 9 turer. Farmer. Educational andO all the diplomats of Europe. v:. }
'" 'y ,. The paper carried a large amount of store news which in itself was "GREATEST' (T) OO Co-Operative Union of America. i The bourgeois patriotism of the,

!**<*. a credit to the management and which will guarantee a bigger and a brighter The advent of.a flew management in the evening Metropolis'sonviUe .OOOOO..OOO.OO.tO.O.tOOTho middle class is still I responsive to the
1. ';",Sunday Times. We extend :congratulations and best wishes. was happily received by the publicAfter' martial '''spirit and can be stirred tor'war ":
r .. a year of trial the new bunch made its bow and asked e who till the soil are the chosen clamor, but the workers of.-Buy "
from the center of the'press stage a verdict of approval from the people Of God. rope, who have felt the leaven of social -; :
I.'} j Jt Poor Old Stock Exchanges I people.Afew Gaston and- Alphonse stunts were pulled off after' the Farming Is a-s old as .-thehuman conscious democratic of their teaching own class and Interest become; -

mode of the Kissimmee Valley Gazette.The race and is yet in its infancy. answer to the call of internationalism .'
Met. said editorially that the Kiss-me paper was the brightest and set resolvite faces against 'belftr""
.. Golly;; you di'dn'rbow.. the New York Stock Exchange had shut down, jewel in the galaxy of out-in-the-etate newspapers. Success l is bound to come tothe hurled. at the will of monarch 0.
+ said you> Well by Heck ,it hasl! Yes siree! And the sad part of it is that The Valley Gazette responded by saying the Met.. was the great. farmer who plans while' he plows. presidents, upon their broth
est daily newspaper in Florida. ,- !'...+
for No civilization has ever advarlco4beyond
be dosed
*.it may' keeps The point I make Is that no daily metropolitan newspaper of its agriculturaldeT6T6pment.l> Think what we may of Socialism, '
I i -Thi my astonish some who supposed that stock manipulation was apermanent Florida can be great, after a year of knowledge by a new management ( there i is nothing more splendid than ,.
..thinginJbig.! financiering. The fact.. is. stock: are for sale only when it slings negro society news to the front in its white --N6 farmer: is successful who thinks the spirit that reaches the hands of...\..
: r. when'' they are insecure.'When they become' stable-they are .held and. not columns. more of his barn than he does of his comrades across international bound.. ', '
d' sell. Even when transferred under such conditions, the transfer can be effected .- Even more than this.... it snakes its pages one of race social home. ary lines in solemn resolve against.the, ..I'' :;.
equality when it runs white and black news In" adjoining columns. if crime of fratricide.
i d personally rather than on the 'change. The i issue of the Metropolis of Tuesday, August 25th, shows its The development of the farmer him- 4 '1\
( These times are rough on the poor stock gamblers the gentlemen who defiant disregard of every rule of propriety and 'decency in this re- self must precede the full develop- WHAT THE WAR IS" ABOUT;
I P'c? have. never produced a dollars worth of wealth in all their lives and 'who speet.-Robert McNamee in Dixie. ment of the ground he tills.\ Editorial from Kansas City Star. .

paraiitei living at the expense of the people. But Old Man Peepul can We like Cot Robert McNamee personally. He is an interesting ..ndentert.ining The most beautiful fact in too farm It l is well known today that wars
k :island it. May the soul-wrecking home-dettroying institution remain closed, he for markets. Jf Russian
er's work is that everything plantsis are fought
i but in this instance with him.l He is
gentleman, disagree *
forever! we ..... a lesson in faith. financial interests had not coveted an : -
wrong, all wrong. Asiatic port south of Vladivostok. ,
The best farmer does not bother Russia never would have fought Ja-''
As we understand it the Colonel has never had any newspaper experi- about getting ahead of his neighbor: pan. With no specific knowledgeonthe to-
i w 4: The Fathers Have Been a Long ence. He has never published newspaper and he dosn't know the many his great business is to get ahead of f subject it is a safe guess that if'

Time Dead and varied requirements of a daily paper. Therefore the Colonel is a mighty himself. felt Austrian that their business welfare interests was menacedby had not: "; '

M.h poor judge of what constitute 'a successful newspaper. We must give to the people who live, Servian plotting, Austrian troops' <*.*,
the educational advantages
on the farm same Servian If
The genial Colonel is a lawyer by profession, and very few lawyersever for their children as those never would have entered
The conservative sentiment which opposes the progressive movements gentlemen of resources and influence
of the time tells us to abide by "the wisdom of the fathers." make successful newspaper publishers. Their "legal"' training unfits of the cities enjoy. in Russia did not regard an expanded ,"

There is no discount on the wisdom of the fathers. They were theInspired ,them. for the work. The country clergy is an agency ol f Teutonic dominion as tending would not to.low-have jj .j..
dividends, the czar
the rural) er
men of their day but-they have been a long time dead! When we said that the Sunday Jacksonville Metropolis 'of August 16 life much movement potentiality is religious because as well at ordered mobilization. If English merchants '

e MUST WE BE RULED FOREVER BY THE DEAD HAND> was the best newspaper published in the state, we said it because it was a industrial and social.- near the did trade.not route dread to a India hostile, the i power En.

fact and we gave some reasons why that particular issue was a well balanced There should be a social and an industrial glish fleet would not be on-. war ,
I : ? If the fathers could come back today they would not know the republic ; u. 'F .. a.*. '. of community. basis. "
all around n' : survey every
they founded. They would be"! in strange land would entertaining newspaper the does this, and ?
strangen a .The "t'll In a recent'survey of a community We say that czar
-, + have to go to school, to learn eyen the elements ol '(he problem which.t c6n- We repeat,, that the Various department in rat particular.. ,:issue. from. in Newt Eiastd, the average annual I theemperor that, and the kaiser! the
..... fronts the American people of today. -. 'I" the comics lor the children to thewomen P8 end tfie sporting page I* for income of if 4 farmers who had a common other. But it is a form of speech. '/
school (education was $229, whili I CAr and emperor and kaiser can only :
::: .. L !l There wa no railway power when the constitution was adopted in the'men 'w fe as"complete: ; i and a*reliable "at possible to make theme in ire the avenge' net income of 122 farm do this; that and ,the'' other because I
i:., 'r"', ,,,1787, because there! was no railroad. There were no trusts, because there short apace* of time allowed for the work. The headlines were clear and ers of the same locality with a higt h they have the backing of the big in- i
t + 1. Vras'nothing of which a trust could be made. There was no such "thing'at school education was ,$482 annually. terests at home- It may be that some.
'organized business, with ill power of exploitation of the masses, becausebusinesswas concise statements' of interesting' t "facts. The paper. was" filled with attractive This was 'worth toeach- fanner wh 0 of these interests might prefer peace'
4 .1)1)
k r almost purely local, and the-facililSes"for1.. Its 'oWanlftion"&d I.YOllta--oot the L'dih.( \ are\uted just 1 lo "illuminate''the text t\. buf"pictures possessed tft $263, each years and would .never But their be responsible'governmental for -,'
i 'k '*- -*' tt.ioJ I5 "' that* more i interests\ chaff columns of type. iThe Paper .filled aggression. '
*$***. were ) was with HERE IS THE PROOF agenta may have blundered .national y: ;
t Why, even the ,wage system, with all the problem of capital end labor 'some t big exclusive. news'features and was wide its appeal te lad wants' ii feeling may have become involved in' *
Editor know what
e..i Nye to I
; "* *. "*"" ; the'trim ,
i.'larely fa ; an unexpected degree or
< r ,r' that grow out of It, >: hundred year old. all .em faJsJly. lA.t' contained the store news'or the' large rice= money!" Easyf-man, easy' It is thai[ may have necessitated action to Safeguard .'..
If the father 1787.could not lay down perfect rules ttd. *
z for government "" and Stuff which is unobtainable by most conditions.
;I1! ? &..1sainneW.. Which i i. 'J"
IOn e 10 necessary mere
4 : ja the'20th century. therilr;ii'''even less point in the argument.tirawa'.franthe everyone, with which,alter you gel t I The Socialist workmen of Europe '
'. failures ofdexnocracyiu I ancient times. ** .* .F' women! who want"to but:the things (they need. at the I lowest.priceIt was a It, you rest uneasy until it is gone I made it the basis for their dfl1l o1ft :'

.'..J.\ '.'No' just comparison can be made between the political condition of newspaper that; wa DISTINCTLY 'liLl'lbH than 'any of the other pipers and none'then of it.-yonfret It is because a fact, you however nav<', strations each Against war. "Why $honld;; ''"" 'i !

-1 'Greece and Rome when their glory passed and the political' condition. in thejUnited reaching our exchange desk on that date. that it means little to one's happinesiiM.hat l I we larger kill markets other for traders so as to. .provide1 J'/f. cold j i
*'today, what Co Onetu it has meant little to us, The is not quite simple .-
And that is count, The man who has the imaginationto I ease so s .
t. The'wide'diffusion of popular education makes different though we would not be opposed to i il t of Human motive
a people, a produce 'a newtp iper'thai is entertaining enough to' grip old and'Voung'is more.The State. I this course. nsn-
'Dew'world.. The wonderful of colllmllnitatioD; 'which make'lastnight meaning ally are complex. All kind ''of facI --
_ means the man'who m lea'success'at ,the newspaper-business., ,Just-,to convince The State thai t
tore enter into a crisis when war and
"'\. \ speech in. New York'the'breakfast.'topic: in Kissimmee this morning, The editor of Dixie have never understood this important' fact. Week there Is such a thine we wish to an.. peace are in the balance.- But in mod. t-
...<., \ '-alter entirely the 'condition. public thought and action. : after week the1publisb"a'lot of'dun,'antiquated political .tuff.that people''aresupposed nounce that we'once'' knew a. man em times the decision ,,forfightingi _.
..tV: '. _. The:.truth i is that self-government .America .it on 'trial for its life. If to like-and don't. Their entire world revolves around one thing- whose grandfather's brother knew a generally made by ai-government

,II; the republic"cannot rule itself it is a failure: '''It does not rule itself today. politics. Not scientific political economy, but Just politic. . in man real who money.once ,upon a" time" had $2.0!3 which interests represents that expect the to'views' proteetthem of'certain\|,
.I because and-not men occupies the seals of the mighty. .
money The reaulr'of this narrow policy i* that Dixie ha never had much'of a selves or to profit by the .appeal:to i j
,; i It is not the dead hand of the 18th century, but the live hand of the circulation and consequently i.i .WITHOUT INFLUENCE which only goes to SEND IT ALONG. JOE. WE HAVE: arms. 1 l' -i staejo - ,
m 20th which holds the promise of justice and of freedom for A NICE. BRAND NEW *
jt our
show that the Colonel' theory of length of residence in the state and the WASTE BASKET. k
(ii: Metropolis' policy of printing "negro society"news has nothing 'to do with The Kissimmee l Valley GazetU s..| "ACCIDENTS ETC.WILL lit/ .; ? k'/j

:""' Preachers' Sons I the building of a successful: newspaper.If seems aggrieved that the Reporter. I The Kissimmee Gazette credits the
J. it did the Colonel's weekly ought to have the largest circulation in Star printed some of the matter Bent t front end of a recent leading .ri1de ,,};
, ; the state. He has.been a resident of the state for many years and his paper out by the National Defense LeagueWe in this paper to the Telegramand t
confess that the cloven-foot ,1,
ol f
puts the burden of the whole thing
A preacher's son was arrested in an Eastern city the other day. He does not print a line of "negro ety"newsyet its circulation is limitedto the said' league was not discoveredand "on the Pensacola News at the.4con-* :'
,., had transgressed laws of the state, and probably will'be severely punishedby a few thousand. The Metropolis prints a few negro personals on a separate .- we move that hereafter all matters ' | elusion. But let it go. In the midst- "
his fellow men. page and its circulation is growing by thousands-its advertising is of national defense shall be referred , of war's alarms and rising prices we
Y; Much increasing in volume month. : to the esteemed Valley Ga, have cut out all the small worries..- i
notoriety was given the case, although the crime was a most ordinary every zette. Lakeland New .
i 4 one. Other men have stolen far larger sums of. money and many : How do you; explain it, Colonel? i .:"!
other have stood in the shadow of --- .on
men more. severe punishment than awaits ------- ------ .

fa ; ., this preacher's Other men son.can commit crimes and there is no special reference madeto Shots at TruthWar I ,i ,

their fathers occupation, bpt let a preachers ton make a mistake and ,

the. gossiper are set going it once. is murder in uniform. $$40,000" in Fifty F Free Awards J ;f

What can you expect from a preacher' son> is so easily asked by e r .
those who to preachers and their children be immaculate d,
seem expect to .-
War is an opportunity to fasten bonds on the unborn. w (
; specimens of human beings. 0-

a . It must pot. bp' forgotten that while your minister is doing a thousand War is the murder of the working class by the working class for the 1.
of Contestants
"t and for the Limited
one things spiritual and material comfort of the members ol f joy of the owning class.
his congregation on a salary that most bricklayers would despise, his children w
r mutt necessarily be neglected to that extent and they have each the same
When to war are hired to kill I others without of the
you go you any
temptations to struggle against that and 'face. i
c your boy girl '
;'- The next time it occurs to you that preachers children "are \no bettei spoils coming to you. a e r' One
than they should be read '. Every Paid for Services
F "Oliver Wendell .Holmes,over author.this list,,, of pre.chers'Ions: The autocrats 'government and industry appeal to the bullet because ;
they ire afraid of the ballet
Edward Everett
Hale, statesman and author. '
a / e : -- :;
i* John Hancock, first signer of the declaration of independence: Henry dews, the banker says that the banker of the world could stop :

r 1 Jonathan Increase Edwards, theologian- the at,once.. Don't worry, Ff cry; Just a* soon as the banker get Among these awards will be several fine ( mobile., ncusftlC Mather, former 'president of Harvard. .
what they want, the war will be stopped .' ,Slearns-Knight., Packard Cadillac Hud Overland MaxWell.and .
;" J Cotton' scholar. \, ,. . .. -4. Ford Can. ".," .

'.' 1! -George Louis Agassiz.Bancroft. naturalist, statesman. and historian. ,n. ruler -Europe, are tearing men ,from their families and seeking Among the other awards will be a ,scholarship, including board a. I '

1 to force them to'-kill men of, other nation and outrage diervive of the and tuition, in of the
.. J1.;'t : Henry Clay; statesman and! author. \ AndUey" to the same God! Wore the begin the work any colleges in Florida; diamond an'w
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b.f JI .. f .Rilph"Waldo 'Emenon'esayist;; and poet. slaughtered. rajf ... >> 7 / ,- jwelry., etc, etc. <} a

r:4: a\ :4; > David Dudley Field! ,. jurist.Stephen ,. : This contest covers the entire State of Florida. ,jf' 'J 7 {
The number
," i .t ,h", 'J; J* Field, justice United ,.tea supreme court 'pf contestants will be limited
;.; i" .CyruW: ; ield.founder. of the Ajlantfc!' CaUe I .Co. .Jrie Place. Wlierejou Get That "Rojal Tailor" Look county will- be limited. to Ladies two hundred: also thctr'number in'each
.,.' jwr 'John B:. CO.: rdon, solaier m ci ,, t !Jnan. "? I entitled to for a. well as gentlemen will be: .: ?
\ .. ... compete the awards. Liberal payment for cervices.
Henry'Ward'Beechef.'preacher" and reformer: c." ; '!: "' 'if., whether .
-J" .. .t'' Samuel F.TB M rW. artist and inventor; . ... or not'an award. is won. .ire

,;.x ,".' .1> :fame Russell Lowell! author and diplomat V .p9 11:'i9'.U 'UI I IO'W The contest will be conducted by a thoroughly reputable bush[

*, ''eFrencis Parkman, historian. ;: ness concern and for perfectly| Inmate Full '
.) l' ,;T:" ; ;Croyer'peveland,,twice"Preaideat of the United Stated.. ". That we a n new'Jl. SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT OF ALL CLEAN. I 'ulars will be supplied each person who is considerd: purpose.eligible to-enter'partis ,

r :. i .!': ' M. 'DaYd'BrcwerJormerjustice, of the United .states tuCl.s court ING AND PRESSING WORK IN THE CITY ,We are-ead all eursatisfied the contest. Send your name and address, with reference.,v; As The ''
':: \' .'i lial&an P.;Do)I1ivertM1l. or.' '-' ,.,,'. -r.:: ; .{;!'!"; : cejte. er*lin' v"t, 1'; .. -tcJ.melicDo.e1isL..n"-, ,, <', ,. IV :. cl.thi.g'leok fresh'and '..W:aad MV.. yo'tailors' bill*. Try'nt, promptly. -> "..:i; mDepLS / ,,** ;
t'h' < t' 't :W Wttton Gilder, editor'and PCtjV':: "'f ?;, '.r.. Vo. ...." .."*ah-re4.w' yew'..ney...',BaekA 1 **'4, Iff. y"' f f i <;'' -

?.. \, Abtgtt.; pretxher and editor f '., .'.J".... .v,' ".. ', . "" ,. ... ;n9 j! *.' . : yo -t! *> -" -wDINER'S .;, ... .

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'' ertlr;> .CIL! too. moan to enumerate., enoughto.\;:, prove ,thaI'weN : it" '

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I thing" before 'a jury ,of: his Intimate >ate his breakfasU haphaiardlyi: nowhere "Yea I can ". *#
"iI.He IOIt see. young man by his first ilami Unlessyou .hind
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friendsHe. .- ; now then. ;, tie received most of But in her heart she knew Gibraltar. ADd't then, he ;. .
': The' Million ''Dollar Mystery" I'( never.entered;an elevstol''witb- hisv assignments, by telephone and could have lived that'she are enraged to- :marry him or rose..,*h.r se also and as '\
in hut
a with this with him! ;
story will grewu from childhood. 'tated '
run for twat-OD. oonwetttlve out scrupulous car 'He !1.ne1f totohis. '.
?' never passed wrote his stoner,and articles in his man till the end of ,CfttlUr.clp. "
weeks la this t her days She ab "Well the
pap r. By
M.. j Mi' .rranrem.nt ; with the ;Tanhovscr -,- 'under COY.lineoy.r. the' sidewalks club,' |J8 the writing: rooms of hotels, horred,though' she never by; him T" haughtily.. I.were. engaged p:*, Florence. .
when doorway tied
construction : ; "
Film company has bn was on. and invariably dispatched them to the the ,
slightest, word let him
made pOMlbl- only to read Still, capful aa h*j was, death con office "That would b* a ,very"grave at. 1 Ideed.' : .
',tb. sterr In this paper bat aim to J fronted him by, messenger, The managingeditor aware of It..! There was-always. thatabiding fair What have. you. to prove that h* rdan'fsfs WII.n. ,. '
... It I 'one more. It waa his wanted to know what all this .
-*ch w. at th. Qrarstun fear that at the,, first sign\ of ,not fc1Jmmn there b nothing -
:.' 't'; .'Oaalno. habit-to have hi* coffee and rolls he may wI.b-lo.m.rT. )" you for'yourmoneyT for.
for the solution to do
of this meant! but Nortondeclined'to,, tell. ] weakness he.would desert her.. ,And but extend bit tu,
mr trr'' story 110.000 ,will be l rarely... anything nor. .for his : arms to'
him. .. Prevent her
? ..y... or .... I breakfast setdown outside\ his,door forced she was wise in her deductions. Brain. : "Why, Jon*, yon know, that I have- Outwardly however from falling;
It irked:him to te to to the .ie ;
.- CONDITIONS OOVBRNINO! rearrange -. was loyal to her because she held his n't a in,, the, world I call the which'aw %
. THBiCONTEST every' morning: .The coffee., being in his"daily life-his habits.. Iiwas penny can only picture and A
I Interest
Once that failed he comprehend.
'- would .
"a silver thermos ,bottle its ; my.own! There if nothing to ed *
kept : heat revolution'against his easefor prove.except not th*caus*. it had all ?
a be and the
.The off
priseof 110.000'wlil uu '
b* won for hour. WDen h* took the afternoonh your:word.that I am Stanley m.rkof ,
by th* stopperout he loved' ease -when he'was not at The text the countess ". ; an affectionate embrace.' t
writes mostlta oiptabldsole. and poured forth looked Hargreave's daughter. '
th a cup Florenc
work. lie tlle.sensation'of hav
k, tlon of the mystery, tram .which oddly bli k.-'discolored., '_ It is. quite had; having matured her plans against the MJO, there Is nothing to prove'that moment. thn-turaed perfectly still for. a, "
been robbed of hi home
th. last twp>> reels of motion pie probably that had there been seriesof Inff suddenly happiness of the young girl who trusted you are-hlli'd.ughter. put hasn't itever away.
h. turn drama will :be mad and tb.' no of, having been cast out into the her drew up before the Hargreave "I beg your pardon!: Bald the eouni.t
last two chapter "accidents" he'wpuld have drunk occurred to that there mightbe i
of th. storory streets. And of all this he'had you sea, 'but a sudden '
on spent
Wrltt.n by Harold MaoGrath.r cup-and died .in mortal agony It top place and alighted. Her welcome was a purpose back of this, .bed tainting
Solutions mar h. sent to the. contained bichlorid. of- mercury. toigo and. fall in lore 1 I. the same as ever, and this strengthened not be of inestimable value that your '' me. Mr heart" i* a bit weak.'Don't .*
Tanhoaeer Film mention It
There shadow -
.. ,
was no longer a ..
oorDOraUonL.ltb. opposite her confidence.
7" at Very. quietly he set father's enemies should be .I.ft,1n
make -innocent
Chloaro' or New lant'Norton. II .
the the PrincessPerigoff. : wa ya
''. time. up A to tnldnia-ht Jan. anr. 'inquiries? This was really becomjng apartments : Tb. countess was always gesticulate doubt T Might it not' b* 'a mean of babe ai
'*., must Bralne came and went ing.'Her hands fluttered .,had..any taken,
bear postoffloe mark serious. In the kitchens downstairs to emphasize holding them on Jea.b' is ...
1 -
plac--- -- -
not later than that date. This nightly without discovering any one. her words. And the beautifuldin v -
allows four, weak* after the stet nothing'ould- be learned. The maid This rather worried hank It his I proof ample proof my ,child; and Fiorence''went. back home. She' a/
Appearance ofth.. last film re* had set the thermos bottle before the rave mond solitaire caught the girl's eye. when the time cornea, these,.will be ''WrOte a brief '
.... and thr. weeks after- the door at 10:30.Norton had opened the the impression that the shadow had She seized the hand. Having an, affair shown But meantime all not to'Norton and in
d' t chapter Is published la this found out what he had been seekingand of her' you. put closed the'ring which she had .
door at-1:30: three hours own. it was natural that secretly
d r... in after. The 'thought of marrying Mr. Norton out
which to. submit .sola longer'needed to watch the ; worn attached to a little chain ,
t 0 outlook was not the cheerfulest-. no she should be Interested in that other of head" around
"' A 'boata--es4i r.r-te3a knew weU comna.nd going of eiher himself or friend. your her. neck. _? .
::1 r-wm ,perfectly why all these "That, I refuse to do, quUtiy.". 1
L When Norton came i'
determine which ot the L. the Countess Perigoff.. the next she
manyT8lsih ".he 1 never saw that ring before. day
"' 1."hap'peDed, ; interfered at least mistress of my heart and
am ;
tlons received the most accept.. .. ,"Olgarit It looks-a. U"w..wera..t.the ""A gift of The' refused to see him.' It was all over ',
rt the yesterday. countess
able. Tb ludnrmeot itTTTT rnrT"iWiiL scoundrels who shall dictate to who I shallor *
of this board, .. no one m She wished r
r'- will be absolute and final. _Noth I were making eyerjr aJJBjg" *) 1.. mov. to end ofour rope, he said discourage assumed a shy'air..which! would shall not marry. I love Mr. Norton .., never to lee him again.
: leg of a Utararx, nature wllU bconsidered kidnap Florenee, HargreaveT5-*"*** ly. "We ha 4v'3/ failed in all atetnmta have deceived St. Anthony. She twisted and h* loves me, knowing that I may "lIe say* there has-been "some cruel
la the decision her mistake said Jone
'I J given any preference In the selec I One afternoon he'paid Florence al I so far The devil watches' over the."Ot the ring on her finger. nptbea heires. after alL, And someday *.
:. ton of the winner of the 110,000 visit.. Of course he told her nothing. girt.** "Tell me!" cried Florence "You I shall marry him." -I'"", him'.with'the' countess*in

-. -,-.- .wlH IIrI., -.. The- last- two_ reels, which. They had become secretly engaged the (:trod" repl'cd the cwrtcss! are engaged" Jones bowed. This seemed to ap- his arms.: I do not see any cruel mis, r-
give the most -- --
Bccplabl* *o I wJyvtyInstancj ." take in that..I.w'him..Tell
-gIoomil---v Y.-DOC'- blm'Alldad4thac
lutlon to th. mystery, will h* pre day after* had. rescuedher'fromt.1fe.uto -- 1) .
sented In the theaters ha.lntll bandits. They were secretly engaged their sn.'ces liar l been due to chance. "Is he rich?" wall to be said. ; -I'never wleh-to ..."

,-'' feature a. soon as It Is practical to because Florence wanted it so. Sonwnsw I'm convincwi that we WJWKI "No. Money should not matter Norton did not.return to his rooms him again." A

l. i. produce three The motion story plclvrea corresponding For once Jones suspected nothing. wrong. We should have let Hnrerreave when your heart .is involved." till 7. lie found the telephone call Then she ran swiftly to her room ,

I will appear In the newspapers coln- Why should he, H* had troubles escape quietly, followed him, and As this thought was in accord! with and also a note in .a handwriting un where >she broke down and cried bit't

pearance etdentally of or as soon pictures after the ap enough. As a-matter of fact. Nor- made him fast when the rl r it,opportunity I her own, Florence nodded her head familiar. He tore off the envelope and terly and would not. be comforted. ,
i tlcal. With the last two r-Il: willbe *- ton was afraidof Jones.. He was came. After month or so his .sagely."It found the contents to be from the Susan.:-- ---- ii--- -: --

shown the pictures of the win afraid of him in the same sense as a vigilance] would have relaxed: h* i. nothing serious.Just a fan Countess Perigoff ,. I n--beaven'a_name'demand.dthe'
nor hi. or her bora, and other In* is afraid of would have arrived at the that he ha'I cy: I shall' never again. Men "I T "
! f teresttns features. It Is under, boy a policeman.But marry !"Call at 8 tonight, he read. I frantic'' lover, "what hat happened," ti
I stood that the newspapers so far j on this day when the time el'Jded us. are gay deceivers; they always have have an important news story for The comedy of the whole affair lay R

\ I aa practical.! In printing* last came he accosted the butler and drew "Indeed Ironically. "H. wasn'tvigilant been and always will be. Perhaps I'm you. Tell no one as I .cannot be involved in the fact that neither of the two
two chapters of the story by Bar him into the pantry. all these years in which he a bit wicked; but I rather like to Olga '
In the Cordially .
r old MoOrath. will also show a pic-' case. .thecountess. who consoled "
J ,tare of the successful contestant "Jones, they are after me now." did elude us. How about the hild ha prove my theory that all men are ,Countess Perigoff." toempet .

!i 1",' more than*' mystery Ions "Yout Explain." never sought but guarded? Vigilance weak. If I had a daughter I'd rather Humphl! Norton note both.To

+ .Her! be are some questions tOo words to b* Norton briefly recounted the deliberate I He never was anything else have her an old man's darling than a in his fingers and at length rolled it ( be 'continued.. ) 4 '

It":- kept In-mind In connection With I attempts against his life all these seventeen years. The truthIs. young man's drudge. I distrust every into a ball and threw it Into the waste ;

w'! th*. mystery as an aid to a solutlonj * ? ."You see, I'm not liar enough to say success has developed a coarseness man I know. I came to ask you and basket. He, too. made a mistake: he ao

r" N*. -1-What .**...ea .f t.* that I'm not worried. I am, devilshly in our methods. And now it is too Susan to. go to the opera with me to should have kept that note. He -'t

1!I.e. 11111'1. worried. I'm not worth any ran- late for finesse. We have tried every night. You will come to my apartments dressed, dined and hurried off V the A -Nenrou'Woman '1' '
tn" 1'1.' .w..t b.e..ea .r lb.Ii1sMa som. I'm in the way, and they device we can think of; and there first. You will comet apartments of the countess.He 'F"mdf'
1'1.' 8-WII.--__I n....._ seem determined to put me out of it- they are-the girl free Norton un- "To be sure we will!" arrived ten minutes before Florence I Relief From :Suffering.
I;> l Meeyrf _"To-any other man I. would say -harmed,_and the father secure in his "Simple little fool!" thought the and Susan. 1 ;

!: 1'1.' .*-W+mt hsssssts *f th* a... travel. But to you I say when you ..retreat as- though he-wore annnvlsioie Russian on the'way home"She shall -WoaUR..who suffer} m atreineLe" ,
t'j .1.e.Nobody-.s.t..rI connected either direct leave your rooms don't go where you cloak. My head aches. I have' ceasedto see." some rapid. telephone. -;nervousness; ;otter ndu"re'much : l';"

I 1 1,. or Indirectly with "Th Million first thought you would-that is, some be inventive." "I believe the countess is engagedto Ing."How '
t '. (Dollar Mystery" wll b* considereda usual haunt. They'll be everywhere "The two are In love with each be married" said Florence to long how long!" the butler suffering before finding 'any relief..

!.hi': *.a, contestant.t near your resaurants, your clubs, your other." Jones. murmured. how long would this Mr. Joseph Snyder. of. Ties, O ',,.
\i,"" of ?" ,combat last The strain was had such aa. experience regarding
, office.: You'r a methodical young "Ar you sun that "Indeed, miss? strange .
': ar'N0rra op PRKVIOBS RA........ man; become erratic. Keep away "I have my eyes. But I begin to Yes. I couldn't get anything definite terrifte. He slept but little during the which she'say*: -.?'rlx", i.onthf; I'-

........F.1Ia.-_ ....Uoaal... after from here for at least three days, but wonder" out of her. but she had a beautiful nights for his ears were always waiting ? a

; .........1_.saps.r._._ tb des_ .. lb..f always call me up by telephone sometime "About what?" ring on her finger. Sh wants Susan for sounds. He had cast the chest was bedfast with rr

\ 1'I.... ..ral..t....... ..e.... lbs ka.ww lit..1 u a ib... during the day. Never Under "Whether or not Jones suspects me and me to go to the Opera with her into the sea, and It would.tak a dozen .-::. /

: .@..1_ far ....e_ ,...... H.... ..... any circumstance( unless I' send for and is giving me rope to hang myself tonight.. Will that be all right" expert divers to locate It. And 'now, .t....;I had sink* we'

f: .real_ .sad...e ea.-Nbea_..a_a.waF r... e. r_...with... yon come here at night Only one with. Not once have the police been Jones gazed abstractedly at the rug. atop all these worries the, child must ],.* .pe)..,.a eoM.',

;, tb. leader. Bred. man now watches the house during called in and told what has really Whenever a.problem bothered him he fall in lovewlhlthfirst\ ,comerl I It i :mammy ......,*st t

r-. Aft.-1 w .. '! ..-..' .BrBIBa the day, but five are prowlia...aro1Jnd happened.. They are totally at .... seemed to find the solution in the delicate was heartbreaking. Norton, so far as r could not I UB4the

j .elt.tkv..Hai.ta..pp.mtIy..*av. ...iles rep e. ...'.-saaar lb.r after dark They mighthave instructions And what has become t>f the--man over patterns: of the Persian rugs.Finally he had learned was cool. and brave, , ,:'t':.slight. ***

,ew.daee.t IU.......* hias* ... lay ..... to shoot you on sight., I cant the w.y'" he nodded. "1 see to reason honest and reliable in pinch; but as ''_..*.,'-At ,tlBM*. 1
I f6- iuf K amaklaa-* **eapa r-.. th* vmmr soar"you just at present, Mr. Norton.You've "By the Lord Harry! exclaimed why you should not go. Only watch the husband of Stanley IUrgrwe's ,
1 1".., try.'j iaawrit* .. .t. the Ctrl been godsend: and if itseems Bralne. his hands. "I be- out""Jones'' daughter that was altogether.a-difmattpr 1 11 would. f almost
""';" .| .. New' ...... ... clapping '
hF .t
""'','yiara hefar h* bed ......*r tell that IInm.timA..J.T did lint trust lie.a: TI..ftv.... that. W..hotman : there W one thing that wu.U* .;And he must devise "t" [ ttr' to.alse. **; iSw

.'\'. .M th* .d..r.t.p'. his ....F da.gbler. ufuJiY-'lt-W because I dldi ;;;-ming.-0 t'07'i ;"pv ';. Since i make me brave and happy. Will you some means ot putting: *top-to tt, iWch- ."1'; rwialt

*.rm tmmmmm* Oray.* .f .He**oto r4ril'..avtat y*> a.* car to drag you in too deep." then there's been no one across the tell me if you are in direct,-communication butBut; '. .' Mr--DU4Wtid"4nslstd -;

mlsw era Ms>bni mt has ...* Deep Norton thought of Florence way. One and the same man!" with my father.:?" h* was saved that: trouble- ... ', o*

-'w' ,?.,*_hy.. ,...eater.....*.h.*....hsass._ .t Ike...watchers.... bat. and 'smiled inwardly. Could anybody "Bat that knowledge' doesa't get "Yes Miss Florence he answered I Mongoose.and 'cobra't thaf{ was .the myi''tahlag Dry .

.....*. M*,a .halllBV. ..... r**(. be in deeper than he was? Once it us anywhere. promptly. "But do not breathe this game being played; the cunning.' of UUss* Nevins; and I began M Improve
i Th safe I* (_.. .aeaty .4h* .lain was on the tip of his tongue to confess "No.. You say they are in love" to a single .soul neither Susan nor ,the one' against. the deadly venom of before]!-'had finished th*' first -.. ..

'.which IMW* was. .*.Tfca.....aae e../save... his love for Florence.,but the "Secretly. I-don't believe the butler Norton." w. -.. the 'other. If he forced matter, he :until. X was entirely ttired"Mxa '! '

___..*. the hall*** hd bees ..aa.- gravity of Jones' countenance was an h.s.n inkling'of it.'- It't. .,possible .,"1 promise thatBut; ,' ah!. hastenthe would only lay ..himself open >to'.the .J'OSEPU.8NTInR.: fr

... toed *..'* ......*.* t*" th.* "It..r: obstacle to such move!"he did not In. however, that Susan has ,naught the day when he can me with strike of the snake. H*. must hays ta JudaM; 8W Tiffin, Qhta,'
,*h. sea.V1rae- it trend M affairs. But being rather out fear. they break
arrive *rai th.* ".1.* rite i patience. Gradually were Many remedies : ,
._.*... Pria **a 01... B.....'. **aea'lIure, Jones had no ;real "authority romantic,' she. will in no .wise iner- "That is my"wish also. tog organization, a :
>...... vlalta cad -."*.aI.. t* ha a _I.. to what'Florence shouldor fere."; ."You need not,call me miss.. .- Why branch' but the peaceof for ,d lea u ;of ,theou., system
...... .. say
..1.Tw i* !....* .detectives hr.lV......calk a Bevra-hattheir. should not do with her heart- Still I'' .Braine-smoked in, silence'. Presently -- should you?",. ' the futuredepended'upon gettinga that'; produce"'reaults' because

..p.e 'ear I from all points of view, it was better a smile twisted his lips- "It. might, not be wise-to have anyone grip on the spine of the cobra him ., they do: not .:reach the: seat of;the: ;a
.M By fcrlhlaar the _..,. slb.. Orie.1Ner1. have of something hear call thus familiarly" -- "*
( me
.. laya a trap I.. Ural- mmm his. to keep the affair under the rose tillthen "Yo thought you self. trouble.. Pt'Miles"-Nervlae'l:: has
'..... : PrI._ Olca ala* ...Ie. '> hour in I she .eked. he' objected gravely. The trick was simple. The countess proven its Value In Tsuchca. ii
--- ..OrleBt'a cartala .cad ah.. .easily falla,. Which to'make the disclosure.] "You might try it," he said. "They "Please yourself about that. Now had 'news; trust her for that.. She so,
..e. th* --....'* ..*... Th* ..I.. have accepted friendship; whether many times that it 'ii unnecessary
.airvea ahrtlvc thr.aah 11..1..'. good Love. In the midst of all these your I must telephone Jim. exhibited a cablegram dated at GIbraltar "
II" Imrtf. cad aly hlrellaa fall isle thrhaas alarms! Sharp, desperate rogues on with ulterior purpose remains to "JimT" the butler murmured. in which the, British authorities to make 'claims. lor i it"You* can

.f.,th* *.!!<... one aide millions on the other and be learned. She has been to your He caught the word 'which was not stated definitely] :that;no such a prove Us: merits for yourself' by

: *After Blarlr falllBBla Haadred trap their triareae teat vet love could enter the scene serene apartments two or three times to tea intended for his ears. But for' onceJones _r-----..r.nn .--ai TXTflliaawMIwtrSI.. .----... ---r. avietor r had getting A' bottle of your druggUtwho ,-

ask her far saaay, hat ahe ... ..., ly like an actor who.had missed his and always got home safely had been startled out of him-. will return the price if you '

i .. . .. .. ....e..* rail .. Fl... cue and came on too soon. thing"No shall she happen said I will"No not self."Is it wrong for me to call Mr. Nor- Cures.OW-torsi. Otbsr RsMdtai West Cm. receive no'benefit.. e ,
.._ the aezt lr,. are near wife athaae Oddly] enough there was no real .. *
The worsts. no milter of how loav
...... take the risk. ton Jim?" she asked with bit of ban- MILE MEDICAL, CO., ,
*. Th. vteltra Baa*. Jeer. lovemaking such as you often read! a .. cured by tit. woadvrfat. old reliable IX .ClkharVeeoe >iad
: _..yre a **<- lea *f arlasc. aad from "Wait till Tm through. Break up Porter. Antiseptic Heellor Oil. It relieve' "
:. m.>eavtty t..... a boa .*....*d hykaeaikera aboutA pressure of the hand. a the romance in such a way that the ter."It is not considered quite the proper Peln end Reaia.t the .IIM UBM. 2Se.IIIC.IUIO
glance from the there ,
of the Black Hundred seldom
be eye was ..
-rashes t* the water treat aad aavreedsIs anything more. Only, once-thatmemorable girl will bar Norton from the house. thing, Miss Florence to. call a ---- r
I, *_.101.. the ben la<. the. ..rc.Brsia. he That's what we'ye been aiming ati; to
day on river road had
the ef -
eaarrlvra idea arlvla*
rid that
.-. ... a raachlaa- party ta. whir Flor .", I. he kissed her. No word of love- had get of meddling reporter. STOMACH
S iavlted. Jones ..* Nmrtmm both I stosilaav been spoken on either aide. In that We've tried poisons. Try your kind""What
I."t' .aad ar fartaaately .. ....4 <. do you mean?
E' wild moment all conventionalities had D.D G. Win I iNSURflNCE B6EHCY.
".ave F...._ from belas' ._.rI_... "Lies." SUFFERERS.If (S

-1 h..""eBtrz JJioaae ta_j-hlehahe" IsUttfff There disappeared had been like neither smoke in past the wind.future "A .! I Understand. You want me ...

.,' t* aptared. ..... goes fcy ....* WralaBWB k rials Had only]: the present in which nor they- to win be done him "away from her. It cannot You Wish To Obtain Comp'M6and Arthmr E. Doaefaa Agency ,

alia* th* rad.l<1r> !Vorla .._.** ..... kne what they loved. With her bo Permanent Result TryMaw's
VaTar* _..... however. ... th* was happy for he had no.time to plan "Pshaw! You have'a bag full of Room. No. 9 Second floor Giles Balek Bulldiae.. Platte.. m r
N4 ....* thrlr capletrraeap. *aly over the fut re. Away from her he tricks. You can easily manage to put Wonderful Stonulcli Remedy I ,
after>--Norta h.* *.10....... a tire ea him into an equivocal 'out.of Die Dose Will Voi ws
tb faSt approarhlasr _...1.1' walk akallet. saw the inevitable barriers providing"eraingt position Convjnc-= | k
; ,. .: ; the marriuco of a poor younp which he cannot possibly squirm so General Insurance flashiest, representing the strongest sad most. i
man and a very rich young woman. A far as the girl Is concerned. A little Reliable :.
q '.;(.Cpyrlsbtyi91- By Harold MacOrath) man who has any; respect wants always melodrama arranged for the benefitof companies

4 ,; CHAPTER VIII. to be on equal terms with his Florence. Fall into Norton's arms .
W* will continue the Business of tile K. Doaegaa
'The Wile of a Woman wife financially more than in any at the right moment, or somethinglike Stop Arthnr Agency

I v After the affair of the auto bandits other thing. It II the way this peculiar that., without change. -T*.r patronage Is respectfully aeUdted.Suinnner'Excursionr .

',_three of_whom were killed; a lull organization called Society has writ "I suppose I could. But if I

ten dawn it failed .
'L'f; ; rules. Doubtless a relic
blue-black: ; of the stone age when Ab went 'on- .? '"You're too damnably clever to fail

( with his club to seek a wife and drag in your own particular work. Something .

'inter crinkly the boom. wabbling. her by the hair to his den, and thereto has got to be done to Jceep those

11 Suddenly a series of "accidents" core for her and to guard her withhis two apart. I've often' thought of '

r 'g.nh.ppen( to Norton. At first he life's blood.; -It Is one of the few raiding the house boldly and carrying Rates

did >,3t give the matter much: thought primitive ,sensations that remain to : off the whole family Susan and 'all. '

.! fe, which fell almost at his feet us, this waning the female dependent: Bat a wholesale-affair like that wouldbe hilly*. Weaaarfalknewa PM..eb ..reds I.II

Y 'anaehed through the sidewalk upon the male Perhaps this accounts too noisy. Think it over Olga; we throoa-hoal the.....atry. M.., thoaaudpeople -VIA ., l'd I

rnerafy Induced him to believe he waslucky.At for man's lackof interest on the. suf have Ropee too:jar to back down now. _.....1..1 hev Allmtntk taken 1C area for Sa_.. Liar.sad
another time an automobile There's always Russia 'and 'whllerm reDprtnarvclou) JFend u
fraget question ;
see hiealy preivng tt t* sheAM..i.hiag
came furiously around a corner while Only'Susan the boss-over here they'o.eeuewatch benefits. sufferers here reoeiveoeva AtiantiTciCOastLine
-J..i h.was crossing the street and only suspected the true state to me.They'll make me answer fro< cow dote'are' heard everywhere sad : :
.. of affairs, being a woman. bzy ., lie tremendous ..! It .
: f '. mazing agility; saved-him from bod ," a rarely eves .
: ; had no real romance herself lIavin"l for a failure like thisr len. and thorn .elfcted'wlih Mas*.. 11sue ,!. n" 'k" .
\' '. ,eJy'- Mrw The car was out of.,sight r She eyed him speculatively. "You sad J.-.stash Aur-.M. Lwmll..-... rlb. (SlaadarRsilreaJ.W" e' ,
.. A+ SJk
in )
;.when'>be thought to recall the num. lighted having a ,. ," 1M- ..., pJ; l. ,
as you might say. She intercepted money r.Ysll.g ... bass. Atuebe., T I
'i ber. a doesn't It's i u..... C astlsatl. ... lhuM FROM sUSSIMHEE
many a.glance and pretended not to I. 0.the money: matter. a. hf anseiaaa .
-. : ,THen cam the Jolt In the subway: the ; the gamel It's tti*. game of playing: 1 try this raaway." Tk. heaeau ateauch ennen .>
stolen hand 'The
** *
% pressures *rs wbe hattakea Mayr vVeaserrat
r ,Only a desperategrab by one of the wedding was'already full; drawn ..nbel' fast and loose.with Society,,. of pilfering eel ......, have received*. i*.ta anar aiiaii eaLk SU.2S..Cincinnati, Ohio. :$21.10"-Marietta,.'Ga ": u
.' 'guard* saved him from helneeru.hed . ? it ,with'one.,hand and making Itkow.tow' l.Mi.g-.5... After. you have lakes. file $49.75 Chicago J L
mind's These
two "1.26;N.w-Yo N,V.Philadelphia .
to death. Even then b* thought noth .eye youngpu.lonld peo rKeamly y..h.eld. a* aWe ..-dip-...and a*. f6
-Ing. But'when ar new'box of eigarete be.MarrleoVat Susan Farlow's with the. other. It's the sport ....Iate year.lead.W.* <... tan I* *..,. 'U4.8: Denver Col.. '"1.25. : ; Pa. % ,-
'". ; -' and h*.tried one and found it -..when-the roses were climbing of'the'thing. -wWhatwas: your per* red. .... of the bed,. ahr.s |38.90; Evaasville, Ind., $44.00; St., Louis-Mo* ..
: .
.'.. I', 'atran' perfumed' and- '-upon.further np; the sides v of the house 'and?that thougbti"' ? ? ,' lain.araavai sad ...tmd.......strait N the' .a sass, dearseee and awecla.eye end. =37.75,:LotttaviUe, Kr.'f.. $95.76'' San,.Francisco, F4. .; 34

,' iniysia.r. d'it'to. eontain.a young robins were boldly trying their We 'could go away together to ; eels t* the ceaipiexim. andfcaacy activity sad hrii. ' /' ...
-'L.Javsnese narcotic; a''alow, but sure .fuzzy wings;; It struckher as rather South. ;America."- t. tke ... .. -' D* am t with year. ..hi Tlckcta-SoU Daflt. .. \ ,.Fiaal LLaitMOctsber'11d 7ESTOP
; .ff .
fa .
sad aaderiaaaad ibis '
"+'" ";deatIaJ' hbeearo.-wid*. awak*enough strange bat she could not.eon Jar* up "And tire of',each:'oh r.:wlhin ''a' veei oaa doe* .f ..,..'. Wisdiifel> -- "_bIe.willa. I

'r. 1Pbe: ,.: .re.aftetrhhll"'tBe.: : began to (at this"wedding More than two men month", ....ntortecl;ahrewdly.. ,eoN ot .....,...lataraaaac.litar.Mre'..... h..riJetdeecrlWac :OVFRS ;ALLOWED:; : 1'1'i
Staawch free
1ft public besides th* boat. We could Seat ay
KI'OO 1rt
carefully. are : .
r walk kP. ., Gee It (eyr Yf.. Ckoaiat. ISt-Ito WaUV : '.
:'r.* place. as often. possibly koua : and :the'.butler.i :' : accustomedbennts : not live but for this. never-ending,ercdtement. Img SW. Chleaca.. .lJI,.',...:... ' " For'.Iafmati;- uj mtrrailM.:: eaD'm: : ; ::0(1 ..'..i1 j. ;;
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Let :
BON TON HAT SHOP one and only thing that-will bring blessing e
44ji-i 'S y' CRU.RCU"NOTICES.,. to t all of the* people.' Primarilyreligion."Is
cietyNotes er arid brings blessings '
HAS OPENINOTUESDAYNext ,.... ... ... .01''. 11..00 ... to everybodyReligion love love restores Your.PiacethuSummer

SEPTEMBER RALLY. and maintains confidence, makes men . .
? t I' truthful and honest' Is co-operative I') '
(Mattie .Belle Harris Editor.) e '
a ". , Tuesday afternoon and evening There will be aseptember Rally a4the and gives clearer and more de erimln- : '
i: t from 2 to 10 o'clock is the time Presbyterian ,church, and sting judgment; all of which is needful ,
1 ice Request is made to. all_ patrons ot, the Valley Gazette _to send Heat announced for the formal opening Of all the members in the community Sunday are .to the best business interest -
A H' the Bon Ton Hat Which It will stop gossip anA tale-bearing:r, ,
: new Shop at '
4t : .f f, society, treat,to, tie"Editor for, publication .b;ties colanuum& time the store"will hold a,reception. services expected at to least be present A cordial atone invitation of the ahd make 'neighbors more neighborly, -'
-: -,": .. for the ,XSlllmmee'pubUe and will is also extended to the public to attend kinder more sociable and in every life ,
make -neighborhood
'.' .. . . . ... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . -: have ready for inspection a rare display ! these services.' Come. and, ,join .sweeter way" and desirable. ,
millinery -
exemplifying -
many in the to convert J
us, praising Lord. .1 prepared
i L DIES"'AID SOCIETY. in the:evening another "surprise' : *cam of the ,molt charming. atlelfor the In the home it brings a deeper and am .'
.c The.Ladies' Aid Society of the'Bap- in the shape of a handsome black lea. coming a..IOn. : o ... .... ..... : more satisfying love makes a com- any area. of land,,within.'a'N,
tilt church _will meet at the. church ther traveling ease, which the guesU The new shop under" the "I O munity interest; makes us more patient '''.
> THEf REVIVAL MEETING and kindly in bearing, really reasonable distance of, Kia.inunee .' .' ..
Monday afternoon at 3:80. All the presented to Miss Dixon with many ment of Mesdames ,.' ,.'
members ,are urged to fee present good wishes for a pleasant trip. Then Rogero ii developing "ino a place ofbe.uty 0 By.S. W,,Lawler. glad to hear one another's burdens. matter' 'how r '
t With handsome O These earnest laymen are very anxious no kf
each of them wrote ,fetter furnishings
1 a DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACYHAVE packed away in th* bag a and read to 6t and futures, the interior is so arranged ,...,... ..... . .. ....00.. I to have a great meeting and rough or neglected,. into.,. '{{&A
t : MEETING WEDNESDAY back should have the hearty cooperationof
intervals on the trip North. as to form a pleasng{
;(, The local: chapter of the Daughters To conclude the delightful occasion I ground for the fashionable millinery.Mlss.Dor. . September 17, special religiousservices the whole town. ITcnow of nothing productive and renninera* ',
I' of Confederacy will hold their first Mrs. Overstreet served-'a dainty two Tracy'of Chicago, the milliner will begin under the auspicesof that would help Kissimmee much, '' "
(,a 'meeting of the season next Wednesday. course luncheon. Those present were: of the conc.rn- an artist in the Laymen's union. These special send it along its many lines of progress live condition.
( A full attendance: of members i. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson, Mr. and her line and is crewing some beautiful !. effort in behalf of the moral and religious as a genuine revival of .pure

t asked.MRS. Mrs. J- D. Woodbeck Mr. and Mrs. hats. -. Interest,, The of business interests are very and heart-felt; religion _.
f 'SA 8 LUNCIIEO Overstreet ,Miss Dixon Miss Dora A peep at the new hat shows that I necessarily necessary take much time thought -
Mrs. Nellie and Mes- velvet is the most popular material of : SERVICES.
Tracy, Rogero LAYMAN
and under this
entertained and
Mrs. Walter Nelson pres-
energy many
+ the and that black is the
'Thuradayafternoon at her home on Ira George Gardner' and J, E. Lupfer. season predominating sure Jose their relicioul'ardor and Last Sunday Brother Stute made a and Plant F4"'r
color in all Black Estimates
-+- shapes. "
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Rose avenue in )honor of Miss Marie IN HONOR OF MISS WARING. and white combinations are extremely zeal It ,is therefore very needful short stirring address, and brought
r i Briddell of Tampa. A delicious salad Miss Maurine Dann and her houseguest good but there are several new shades to call men to put aside, so far ..1poulbkl out a large number of Kissimmee testimonialsthat is. FurnishedAlt. _
the consideration of these shows plainly that
coarse was served. The guests wereMisses Miss Annie Laurie Waring of that favorites
Y '' are proving namely material and for time to give awake to the situation and interestedin
f Grace Nelson, Ruth Butler, a
Lakeland were pleasantly surprised Corbeau Midnight blue Tete de
very or ,
,i ,Marie Briddell Alma Griffin Lucy special heed to .the care and interest' the salvation of souls. V
!, ev, 'Witherspoon.: Virginia Tin.t Margerle of Tuesday their friends. :.Theparty number met- Megre brown Myrtle green. and navy of their souls.Thechurchshould. All felt It was good to be there,

Belle Bearden Maurine and lue.Though" Bring and pledged themselves to endeavorto ... ,-- -- -
vann. at the home of Miss Kathleen Beardenon small b.Ual'e"1'etatned.ndwill continually attendance next Sundagafternoon ,.. -
Kathleen Bearden.BOWA'RD'KATZ. Emmett street and Went in a bodyto be worn much the early .part of men to Christ, but she has learned double the M. A.Farmer will
a -+- the.Burn home on Patrick street, the season a new movement is setting that if she is to reap largely from her Brothel

;; II. TO MISSOURI WED GIRL,4IUsBimmee where they were royally entertained. in towards hats of the picture seed wing and she must effortTees give. herself to. -lead Please thfjuwstrnf attend :?the cottage prayer W. Law ?'

friends will be interested Games, were enjoyed on the' variety. Favorite trimmings are va- prayer special meetings on dates and places as follows .
t- a 1sto which the young people went in ious kinds of ostrich feathers and are necessary factors 3 7:30 ,
Katz ,
> to know that Mr. Howard church : Thursday night, Sept. :
y bo married Monday evening, Sep the house, where they all Joined in itick-ups, hackle feather, and flow if the would reach: the un. E. L. Lesley's; Friday evening.7;30, The: Developer of Modern Model]
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: tember seventh in Rolla, Missouri. singing popular songs and playing ers. Wild rose pink is without doubt saved. Whatever protest men may at home of Walter C. Bass; Mondayevenisgr780r
.bride-to-be U Miss Adele Powell, rook. Mrs. Dann, who knew the chief novelty color ip millineryand make concerning revival meetings, the M- ,Tiller's residence; 145
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young people were coming, prepared many trimmings are in this shade. Tact remains that but few are ever John ,
charming lady of that city. Tuesday evening, Sept 7, 7:30
.4 va
)young of Ice is noticeable lessening of rib- brought to Christ from them.
Mr, Katz and his bride expect to dainty refreshments cream There a apart Overstreet's; Thursday evening, 7:30: ,
_come-to_Kissimmee in the near future cake and candy. She was. asisted in bon as trimming. Everybody Beneficiaries. and Should John Hewni's, Bermuda avenue. Kiffimmee.. Fla.
to make their home with his father serving by Mrs.. Tr L. Waring of Metallic braid and various other Help. Friends attend these metings and geta
, Mr. M. Katz left Thursday for Rol- Lakeland. Those who enjoyed the eve sorts of metallic trimming are A genuine revival of religion* benefits blessing. -- --- -
la to be present at the Katz-Powell ning were Misses Maurine Dann, Annie used in combination with black velvet '' every home, every individual and W. H. JONES, Pres. .+-++.--.4-
Laurie Waring, Kathleen Bearden, hate of all descriptions. Sometimes { '
wedding. Lilian Prentis, Helen Bass, Ethel Gilbert the sole trimming of a big hat will ] x

A SHAKESPEARE CLUB. Myrtle Paulk of Cairo, Ga., and be a big silver gauze rose Some- J. W. B OJm: -
The Shakespeare club was delightfully Mattie Belle Harris, and Messrs. times a gilt or silver cord will be :;
I entertained Tuesday afternoon Ralph Bearden, Ward Estey, Laurence bound about the crown and loosely .
11 by Mrs. W. L. Winn at her home on Griffln, Leon Estey Roy Graves. Graham knotted at one aide. Again a transparent
Orlando avenue. The club members Young and Will Ma Tiller. brim of gold or silver lace will Come to Dutton-Harris Co. for Fire Life, Health and AccidentINSURANCE k. "

( finished You Like SANDHAMMtR.MORROW.Mr. nave a puffed or shaped velvet crown.
t and started reading "The Taminf oft' These transparent brims are no- ..
,y' the Shrew." Those present' were Mrs. and Mrs. Harvev W Morrow ticeably popular In the early season .._
,. Boise, Miss Bay, :Mrs. F. C. Bryan announce that the wedding: of their hAt.u___,, 11, .
,-.-Mrs. -Nr C Bryan. :Mr*. Prentis, and daughter, Miss Imo Zoe Morrow, to I Your ShoesWhen Successor to ,< :;
Miss Bryn Delicious refreshments Mr. Frank Sandharrtmer will be sol- I that caused much merriment was to
r'r y,1 of cherry punch and cake were served emnized today (Friday) at4 o'clockin gee which one could take the greatest, I NELSON INSURANCE AGENCY ,
'f The next meeting will be with Mrs the Presbyterian manse at Rush- number of peanuts from one table to - -, - --- "
1 Winn again. i i ford, Minn. The young.couple will another table at the other end of the > \
I immediately in on a knife in three minutes.Delicious Old State Bank Building \
to housekeeping: room I
/ shoes here pair.
PAR (TO you get your yon save money on every
ISLAND. of Iced tea and
F PICNIC ON D1SE Rushford, where a home is already refreshments .1<
*.. A partv of young people chaperoned -I furnished for them. fruit were served. You lave because you get standard shoe at the tame price you pay ."
*. by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadell Mr. Sandhammer and his bride have Those present were: Misses Helen l for ordinary shoes elsewhere. We handle only guaranteed shoes, that q'It
f 'spent Sunday at the Metklejon cottage: been friends since childhood, when Base Helen Jones, Lilian Prentis, Ce
t.e w. on Paradise Island. The day was they lived in the same city in Ohio celia Overstreet, Ruth Clark, Nina fit well, wear well, and
k 'very pleasantly spent boating andbathing and both graduated from the high Braton, Alberta Hobson Muriel Prem M. TILLER
and a picnic dinner was nerved 'school of Bucymus Ohio. tie, Mabel Overstreet, Sarah Clark, ;
under the trees in front of the Since then he has taken a four-year Nettie, Newton, Mattie Belle Harris: Make; YOUR Feet HappyYou Real Estate Agency. '.i '
'house. .Those in the party were Misses ,I Course in the Michigan Agricultural Mrs. Rutherford; and Messrs. Hazold: ,
-1. Ruby Prevatt, Leona Roberson, college at Lansing, Mich., completing Buzza, Clyde Buzza, Will Mason 'Tiller. ..........................-..-. \;
,Marie and Rose O'Berrv, Mary Dixon. "his course in 1913, and he is now Instructor Earl Cowger L. U. Zimmerman will find a variety of jihoes here, including all leathers in
and Blanche Barnes of Orlando, and In agriculture In the high and Rev. Lawler. Realty bought and, old.
,Messrs,Howard Stanton, Bartow Dut- school at Rushford, Minnesota. ,..His conservative Styles, also the very smart and dressy fabric tops with Houses rented. ,4

.toa, Ike Adams, George Gardner, Sam work is to promote interest in agri- Detective Burns will point the "wayto patent leather vamps. The moment you walk in a pair of our shoes Taxes paid and Titles ref-; $A,
Lupfer,:and Charlie Rogero of Orlando culture over the country where he ir that $10,000 prise. ified for non-residents. *
will know what real Omlort is.
located and he does considerable extension you:
Fire Life and Accident In ,
work. I :
SIO',000: reward for the
CHICKEN PlLLEAU.Several The bride attended school at Lan- $1,000,000! Detective Burns, 'Wi'N'"helpyou surance.
young men of the town were Mich., also.taking a home economics Indemnity Bonds.
Ask Line
_ hosts Wednesday evening at a chicken course. She also spent one Us About Our Complete
pilleau given at'the' Prevatt home summer at the University of Wooster. -
L, about two miles from town- The young at Wooster Ohio. For two years she of, Men's and Women's. ..HosieryDUTTONHARRlS
people enjoyed games on the lawn has lived in Kissimmee with her.parents -
after which they went into the house on Mabbett street.];' COMEaAdD'ANCEAT

where all Joined insinging popular . -+- S. BULLOCK?\ '
: II&L. Those present were: Misses EPWORTH LEAGUE SOCIAL. .
':Ruby Prevatt ROM and Marie O'Ber- The Senior Eporth League gave a (Near LBe..>MBt) .

r ry Mary Dixon.Ethel Roberson. and book social in .connection 'With'a business Every Tm. .-4 r. .ve !... *.rM .T.SO i. ,.; . . ", . \
Messrs. George Gardner, Jimmy Huff meeting Monday evening at the :u. + c "' REAL.ESTATE .
man;Ike Adams, Sam Lupfer, Bartow chapter house. The officers for the T..... H.. ... U.. Walt. Tw-t... I ....nea.eeeeeeeeeeee '
: D tton. Jennings Prevatt Paul McKee coming year were elected as follows: eta. ...... .lr.etl..M .f _...<.t, *.'
Howard Stanton, Joe Prevatt president L. U. Zimmerman; treasurer INSURANCE ,a
q Charlie Prevatt, Graham Young, Bob Clyde Buzza; secretary, Earl Vow*, private fcBt Bt elM* tm )!:rile.. *. *ea f :.C err .rnor. I
$ Ron.y and Joe Roney of Orlando and ; organist Helen BassThe ....** fcy .s.Uitamt .tt ..air e..t Examination of Titles'Specialty.
Mr. Cadill and. Mesdames Roberson, president appointed Will Mason Tiller see ..... ,
0'- vice Cecelia Overstreet w. eaa t.aeh T.. mmr .* las latest "
Clark Barber, Stanton first president Favorite
Ingram, I Store of Kittimmee ,
Helen Bass *.._. .. ... I_B.C .
Cadill Copeland and Prevatt. Second vice president .
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,,' Mrs. Zimmerman M s*e .a .t:
+ third vice !
- president
t IN HONOR OF MISS BRiDDELL. I fourth vice president and Mattie. W. P. BOTER. Freer Ma.a..... I Corresoondence Solicited.C.W.GRIFFIN.

f In honor of Miss Marie Briddell of Belle Harris Epworth Era agent. '
r Tampa who is visiting friends In the I Each guest represented1 book and Invigorating to tile Pale sad SicklyThe

'.city, a party of young people arranged Miss Nina Bratton received the prize Old Standard re** .] MrtactlmlBs:tomtc.GROVE'S .
r r,*j '- a moonlight boat ride for Tuesday l for guessing the largest number of I ".lart..arieM.TASTBLASachlU. '.blood.iBdlMiild.npibc.ykIcm. TONIC.driw.0.t Garden '
u.r .evening. The party went to Paradise I{I books represented. Another contest A true Ionic. For ndHlUud clilMreib., toe

&f 'Island and enjoyed o picnic Those supper the at I ___u___ _,_u___ ___,
:the Metklejon cottage. in
'party were Misses Marie Briddell, : Staple and Fancy6R.OCERIS'

.,v' ..son.Margerie::Alma Belle Griffin Bearden Lucy ,Witherspoon.'Ruth Grace Nel-. II,., 4tii t'r; ,

Butler Marie Huddleston, Nor- :

ma Griffin and Violet Bullock; and
J Messrs. Stanley Bullock, Albert Bear : Toolsfor
a den Carson Farmer' Marion Farmer, (

-" sThe, Scott party Bonders was chaperoned and Everett by Roberts.Mrs S. jLIIl44e; Free Delivery to all.Parts, ,

'' v B. Bullock and Mrs. H. C. Stanford. .f tile City If<' ;1
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Mrs.. H. N- Phann was the hostess WILL OPEN ITS DOOS .S Fall PlantingNOW .I
; of. a linen shower at .her home on ,.
Emmett street last Friday afternoon TUESDAY '

:given in honor of Miss Imo Morrow, ;; 1 t .
the bride of Mr. \
who today becomes ,
,Frank Sandhammer of Rnshford, Min- V I have just received, from New York, dozens of newSuits IS THE TIME TO SELECT YOUR GARDENING TOOLS.: J Jrrs

n nesota. Dresses and clocks.' All of
t The guests were entertained with a them are many in the new very J latest and many most advanced new styles, and :WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF ALL KINDS OF TOOLS. FROM j "

g musical selections program consisting by Miss Ruby of instrumental Ellis- all of them are worth your early! lapectioD.: .- LAWN MOWERS'TO RAKES; AND GRUBBING'HOOKS. DON'T \ New and ui ni mi. "t

Buckels and vocal oona-hand autos;. ,;.
and Miss Lucy selections 000 511. tor sale from 'fJOe te ,' (
1,. by Miss Ella May Gilbert LET TOUR NEIGHBORS GET AHEAD OF YOU AND GET THE +.oout: Gray.toneGuest .
Miss Alma Griffin and Mrs. E. E. Aside from the above I'wil,hive "complete.line' of .. J .,

',Wells. ,One feature of the afternoon early tailored Hats, assorted shapes, embodying every style ,.. PICK OF-OUR STOCK. =s* It N. mnu.LEWIS, htLi.. PlI ?
'that'caused much merriment was the a feature ..known'to the millinery world.xs' -...
,entnmea.of i Mrs. Huff dressed in an ";,
Oriental costume carrying a. eddler'a ti
unloaded the table cis\ NtltlOw.0 .0004 40. .Y 1
which she on
pack Miss Morrow's inspection. The And I shall be more than charmed to show>,them too ,ComeNow

,1 packages for the tissue you, whether you.intend to buy DoW; later 'or ever.' I enjoy O'BRYAN .r:

.paper and ribbon.lrevealed exquisitely showing these garments'and hats. 'I enjoy.talking'about ATTORNEY '" -
: embroidered linen-and other dainty of them and telling )how I got them and comparing, the menu I WHEN PRICES ARE LOW;AND THE STOCK-IS LARGE. NO MAT.TER # "
soy lj \ accompanied by a host '
.handiwork of them. satisfaction y .
Comparison Will'prove
<. good .., to ,the bride-to-be. De- your : wHAT YOU MAYNEEDIN THE LINE OF I ZING INr:,
co.t''no : HARD.WARE
:,Nl I; \ *" 'fidons refreshments of punch and it will monT'to'possessapparel-having: f the.,TLa ; ,
,. I cake wereaerve d- Mode"'JabeJ,thaia to purchase"p iDentt'-without this absolute '" : ',.WC HAVE IT.: 'ESPEClALLYLOW PRICES PREVAIL ALL ABSTRACT' ,

p.\JtEWit.ip RhE8 assurance;of authentic style.. ; .All'alteration., _..I will be. "'* AND '""- L
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> made without'charge.My .- *', .\THROUGH .STORE THIS WEHU ;: "
.s, ? : .--,,:!o' FOR MISS'DIXON ,-- .. ?' ::1'13;:t TITLE.WORIC'hTAT. !
.") .A bathing party at St. Cloud,Tues- .: I. 1 KANK BLDO.
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and a' .
surprise party
,E' ,Ttoon-by Mrs Benry: ,, ., !'formal opening will be.announced at a later'date? :." ASK US\ k Lff'.FAVORITE. RANGES e. 4'44** .*"*li".* ." ...'.. .'C ....,,'. "
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UK.>KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: :.A. "W. Sessions- has iDo.,4id'int t. hi* AIFiia Gl WATER AWBITVLATIOM.< .. .Jii ir:1 I, R i Wi 11E' :
. ; . :;' .. (T.I.b D.KO.tU.) ... new cottage:at the corner of" Maple Exteti.lon1.: E1.ctrbLlgbt's,7IL11'Oatetabdlna Sf ..;,
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lt1,. .1iP\, :Published' Every Friday By Mr. sad Mr*. "J{.: 1::.. Cole' refereed Report of City :;' f .. 22 "... ,.. .

:1' .;.,.. < ,. w. ..HAIUUS. ., .. Thursday/from Lakeland where they "x'en.Ion'.''Water and Sewer |,..11111r.Sslanc.lnTreasurZ.zt' :HaD's |, -24.Report ;I\.W', ,
..... c. as.l .
'" have been spending several weeks, of Kisssimmeeft ; : .. .,. $ ' I. '
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JFt.: ", .. 1 Mis Marie Briddell, ''who hat been ft fr Total Kxt nIOD/ and Balance . ; is-mad* ly the'Florida 'Agricultural I, .''1.M' I
.In 4.114.81
friend la the 'will leaveSaturday Treasury---- p
.1 Weather city, f', SEpTKMivcn: mi. TO._ JtbPAID'Oil'rr Leee Amount In Trcacarr 8.... Experiment bureau. Galne- 'rJi'J.- . .
i : :Roper ,
: for'her, borne.:In ,Tampa. .C1UIP.I' 1.. 1'1... lambed./rl. ;..' .. .-.....'c J.J7S.HCity ; vine that the large number of repliesroceiv.d ,.,' . ..n.1..
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., ' '' : J. T.: BurVhalter; bat moved from OBMBB1AI. *>CltO.eptm . : : S a.71.u to the announcement that .' "" ;, 'I
+ W 10 Brack street to .the corner of Bryan : *.rl1JMI: - .. V I the citrus seminal Would be held this \ \. :
..Following tr.thedah7, tem.;, street, and Beaumont. avenue, To Outstanding ortP_...__>.,.1,441.44; N.t Gal ._......__ _._.. !". year Jf there as auffleient'demand assures ,"., : :
To Mayor's Colin JDJtp.n._.._ 41'0 a.: otLBJDR"J,', ._
peratnres $precipitation a. "little,, .Min Mamie Piliey ,,left Te-.8alarl.. ..-4.....-.......- .,.14..00To. I Clerk: the holding of this meeting and '. ,'E'
reported by the''Government Thursday for. St.,.Louis, where ...h.'WJ . Palming: \; -.+..;,_- 148.40 . .a .. a . I.. indicates that-the .attendance >'will belar.r .:;t : :
'_. _. ....._ t.'II.1T9' Btreet ,
To Bundrle> ? than that of last,, The
visit her'aunt for week. J LfahtuPree '
station 'at Klsslrnmee for the several! Balance' Fubllo .,., year. ..'I. ; '/.1; : .
week ending 19111 6 or.6 doses 666 will break any case Itoll.--:. .,. e C . ,: S. '. meeting, therefore, will be held from ., ..." +

Sept. 9, of Fever or Chill',,, Price- 25 cents $11 FA.DO.o.ola 745.51COLLECTION. . September' 22 to the 24th inclusive.: .... .. ,.'.....
} Mak.Min.RalnFriday OBNERAl. BONO DC T.Aur A'preliminary will be Issued : .
program . ..... '.
Miss Mildred Winn returned "Wednesday County PubUe OUch.* 1,060.00 .t J, SIlt 0 ( '
Sundries __. __. $2.1 Street Bonds, 6". due Sept. soon. v '. ,' -
: i..;:..,.,, 92 :;:78, .,. from. Oxford .Ga., where she Tax,of 111 ..-.....-..-...-M--. 1.T.H 'n. Its. _.....,___':...._..:.. ... 100.0'JD. A ..revlewof the replies shows. the "
'Saturday'1.;;_.__-t'1$6 ''78 baa been, the guest. .of 4 Miss' '. Laura Tax of 1 1S ___.....-.? ......4. 1.. Boade.. ."....dvsialy'16. greatest d.mand to be for. information '. t'., 4
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... _...
Thomas > '
,, S undq' .?.,.. 98 ,78'. : / .. _._._.....Tn..T-.n.rmn.iL_----.w 1.lel.'O A. iiD4.--i%:-due-t to 10year ',on'cStru. diseases. Other subjects .. '. .
v .Monday1 ,___...... 96 ,,72'.22 w, "" .IL'' C. Milton, a, promtnent orange Mayor's_ Court'--. __.- ,1,445.20 *, leeued Jtene.1, too. .'.....0.. ... : called for are ferttliters, ,cultivation '::"--. .,:,. ....,. :V".L. f. ." .
buyer of Miami and Jacksonville; has General Note*. .%. 10 10 .' the use of -dynamite" in the 3l
Tuesdayv: M"Wednesday 78 been spending the week in'Kisslnunee ,- 110711,41 year, le.ued Aug. 1, til.i. i. 40,004.00. fruit orchard heating 1" : I .; ,
Ansr., 1. 1114-To'Busses: Out- - Btreet Parlnr Note. 0%, 1 to dt groves, maturity, /,I
.1 j..._ 97 70 I x>n business 1> SULDdlas General; Funit,.._..;,.l.tzO.VB, t yarr issued Marcb., ,1. and the"marketing of fruits.' "

:Thursday .,.,.? 97 !72 Mrs J. O.. Byrd of Orlando spenta : PAID OUT. .TItZ T rvND.< .1112 w-,._... ".-r-_.':.. "..toO.O'Total Owing to the seriousness of the citrus ...,.. J r' ;,

few day. in the city the first part To. .abet 'Work ,.__._.:..., '.01..". lu _.___....__-x.__I14e.. 0.00 canker situation in the state, this : ,
.. ..... ... .. It .. II... of the week the guest of her. father, Col..rt ____, 11..0 By Pald..13". / ,." Paving c- < disease will receive special attention ,. :
A. a. Drawd,.. Loath ....4 8..r Pipe ___.- 1,11..0' Notes, -?_..;_..--.. ,.._..--- '10000.00 on the program. Mr. 'Lloyd 'Tenneyof '

Mill .e': Miss Mildred Morgan,'who has been Sld.walk:,.Certificates__....._*.__.*..__w.-._.. P,198.NInterest I..... To Balance Outstanding ..-.1110,00.00. :the Growers' and Shippers' leagueand ? ,..,. '\0';'" ,,,, ::0. '
Mr. Frank Stirling who are In 'ti' 1w'
the of her' .
guest cousin Mrs. :E. L.Lesley ti
THEM LOCAL iBs.sCOLt.EC77ONg BOND INTBRKBT AND< .SINKING charge .of 'the citrus canker eradication "
home Nti ,
, : fihb..1 ,Saturday returned,' to .her In.Arcadia ; I- lilt," PTREET. PI1J. Balanc.
Mr, By Balance Tr..urJ'_...| 1..1? Br Fund: )n B._ L. _and',.Btreet._.__,.,.'...1Br are ''to be present'to tell -..\ '
Hattie Logan of Lakeland Tax of 1111 .. ,____ __ -- '. ...
... -- Balanc.In' W. 8.-Fund.. .I....... of this work and 1U future. Dr. E. .
came up .Thursday on. a business trip, Tax of 1t11 w-....-._-_ ',1'1..' BrBalance.In.. fleneral Notea ', W.. the state. .. inspect. . ,.. . '',.'.. ,t.
Barger, .u .
Bh..wa..the dlnner'coe.t of Judge Tax Redemption -,....;..._--: nl.OI Fund __._..._ .____....._.. i,71i.11By nursery ,
Y rr.4. .Ilry'DIOatFw -- !.. .... ._ .'Will tell of'thework his ft
.. ; _'Aitlla1' -.flag Bundrle* ____._ .1 '! Balance In Special Pavlntfv or : office ... ..
and H
. ?Brothers, the tree people. 40tr """ Parker. ... 'Road Fund ____._.... $451.1Sldewalk . had "" -..-._.._.-J- ..-.-__...::1.1..... do ngin-th.'control; 'of' this ,disease- n..::Y :.:;i i
r' Cobb ot 'ANiif-SWf: : ::'rjfoeer for Dr. 'Fn>.l'* ..Certificates ._ .4U.U ''- Prof.. H, E. Steven of the Expert; O' ,
k iJ8** Rosedal.e.was in' OUTBTADINQBILLS.: ; 'FIRE .
,. Tuesday. town Extracts. The y' :.,: paranteed, to be Out-t17.12 WND. DB.PARTMBNT meat Station, who has discovered the . f,
;' ... three time the.* i r4 b, Angstanding. 1. Itl4-To Balance 'Due on Fir. Auto, Oct. 1, l.....fl....... cause of, this disease to be a fungus
: .. ..- ;
/ C.-S. A tree of the .Point wa the.par food jaw 8f-2t Street Fond; < 1.18.41SCHOOI Due on Fir Auto Oct.: L..1115. I.."." will demonstrate/ the fungus and exhibit '

Saturday.aAL- Pearce Glascock: of Kentucky,' who 'COLLWrJONk/' RIND Total Balance Fir Anto.-tl.t44.47 specimen of the disease showing ,i', ... '. ;.;-
keland visltoi-of. the"week-Sras spent"last*!winter in-'Kisslmme*;::returned SeptemberIrlUt1- -- T !i .1f -An-m.t** rmrwf"e%-;l .er.. t.- Different-stages- .-development. : .'
: . .A. C. Jones.. Thursday expecting to spend By By Tax Balance of 1(11 In Treasury_?-..__--._ ....,. -- H. ha isolated the fungus and hal it <' : ; ---

--B.- A-.Patten' of Longhman spent the winter in the city- By Tax of 1U 1.11.1. SPECIAL PA'VIlIQ.1I'111'f0.. growing in pure culture. ;By-; Inoculating .
Wednesday here. visIting By Redemption ..__.._._..-.. ....l August 1, 1(14. I it into health,- trees, he bat .,..,""c.' .
; '. Mrs. J. L. Saxon, who has been m ..
By Redemptions.------------- .41I .._. '
To Outstanding Scrip .... ,540.1By been able to produce the disease' readily ,,
.\. G. W. Jones of Orlando spent Sat- her parent in the city, left 1.211.71 Certificate Uncollected .... 4.471.11T 01'-- .:/, ." ., .
I I. that ho ha the
4 nrday in the city. Tuesday to join her husband in Or- proving right
I. PAID *CHOOL rU"D.BebO Balance : ;: ,.... ...'1. ganism.Salladin. :
will make their Treasurer
*- -< !. they: To. for 1wllrbi .
rea.-ileJcI-boxe.-10raale-ebeap- Jntret of" collected on '
-- 1'1'FUlId-- _________ .. n' .
Osceola Lumber Furniture Co. 29-tf blandoe1'orne. : 1 -S.I' outetandlnaTJeArflcate*. which will -" (' ngustlne-Mrbte-Mtmumen ;- : : 04
Ed Whaley and J. H. Barber of leave a balance to. credit of Paving St. _
A Campbell Niagara ,
.E. L. Hall spent a few days in 1.114.54 Fund. '
Tampa this week. Kissimmee Park were in town the Aug.School 1, .114 Fund-To. Balance lot. .71.19eoLLhc1.4ANBTARYP Canandaigua. N. Y.. will rebuild plantin .;;,...
of the week helping to load ------ '
early .
Charlie Rogers t
of Orlando spent the cattle sent to Armour-A Coot 1J Sunday in the city. Chicago.Mrs. . September 1. Itll : 11. 7.14 Tampav -Perfecto Garcia A BrosJet. 'f!"'E' .: r
C. T.. Ansley spent Thursday in By Balance In Treasury------t l.tZT.SB The above Certificate; draw Intereetat .. ...... '
T L. Waring and daughter, contract to erect 8toryandbasement .'"' .
of I., The full
busineee.Jas. By Sanitary Receipt ........ 71.76 the rate % per annum. '
Tampa on Mis Annie Laurie, and son, Tom left By Tax of 1818 ..____________ It .10 amount of. each Certificate, with Inter- nOdS feet brick building for
Little! of Narcoossee was in Wednesday for their home in Lake By Tax of 1611 _____ 1.14.tBy ret, to be credited to account of Street cigar factory;. cost 125,000, .. J I. "+ .

_the city last Monday. land after a visit. with Mr. and Mrs. [ /Tax Bundrle: Redemption.._... _____...._.__.._._.. (1.41By ./' FU"d'J.; R. GILBERT
Call for Dr. Froat'e bleaching bluing C. W. Dann. {II S? -" . . . . . . City Clerk.. Piles Cured In 6to. 14 Day*. -.'- -- .:_, ........ -1 ,-, :-',
:, at your grocer's- 37.2t Ralph Landrum of Franklin, N. C t 1.79.51 . Nothing chargedfor Your dracfiet will reload moMr If :AIO : '

J. H. Malley of Longhman visited arrived in the city Wednesday to visit I I To Balarle PAID OUT___,__SANITARY____________FUND._1 1,110.00To the water and OINTMENT Blted.a.edi.eorPrMredl.Pile.! Ulle to cure any MM Iaa0144ev.of Itehla*.. We 'bid YOU"ielcome"to', ,

Kissimmee Saturday. his sister, Mrs. E. L. Johnson. Mr. Bucket _________________ 111.10 light.. . .used by e city. Tb fret application tree Wee sad B.ct. SOe.I .
Landrum will enter the Osceola High To SundrleTo _________________ -71.55 .0. .
.; Mrs. W. S. Davis of Arcadia spent Disinfectant ____-.?__-.. 810.40 ,
Tuesday in the city. School this fall. oiir "
Miss Vess' Parker returned to her 1.'''..05AliI I III IMIII II II MUM HIM MMMMMMMMIIMMMM .
C. H. Funk of Hllliards Island ,:. 1, 1114-By Balance In .
Saturday In the spent' home in Arcadia Wednesday, after Treasury! ________u_-____f 666,47 it
city. a visit with Misses Vera and Mildred 9
S. B. Aultman made trip Lee. While in the city Miss Parker COLLECTIONS .FIRE.. DEPARTMENT '

Orlando Wednesday made many friends. September 1. 1B11"NO.. r The Bon Ton ;
Hat-Shop '
--Mr. Brokaw of Orlando. was in the Mr. H. D. Geiger and family have 'By Balance In Treasury .____1 4,684.18 ; New Store S'
city on business Saturday. returned from New Hampshire. Mrs. By Tax of 1811 .._____________ nt.ll
By Tax of 2118 ______= ___
". r W. T. Lee of Davenport was in the Geiger and the children have been By Tax Redemptions- ___u___ 1'H1.. ', . .'*i p 1'v
;:' U- city on business Thursday. the summer there and Mr. and Millinery Parlor '

iY' 'f Ackias Bass of St. Cloud transacted Geiger went up two. weeks ago. to join OUT FIRE DEPARTMENTFUND. I S,2n.nPA.D .. V "

>' \ business In the city Tuesday.A. them. .
To. Note and Interest on Fir .
in of the "
; .' L. Hunt of Kenansville was a Mach Brothers are receipt Auto .__._____-i;;_______' 1.811.10To -
.1 visitor in the city Saturday. first 1915 model Buick touring -car, Salaries_______._________ 1811.00 Extends a cordial invitation to you
for which they are.agents. The new To. Supple* ____.__-_______ II".'. I
.::..t- Ross Barber. of. Finny Point was Buick is a beauty and the Machs pre To. Fire Hoe ,.____u_;:_____. l.Hi.OO to attend its formal ,

., a visitor, to the citY Tuesday. exhibiting it with a great deal of . t 'IO'.ot 18 Stewart '

\ 5 or'dose1 666 will break,any case pride. Au"",'. 1. Itl4-By BaUaee In -. .. -V!
Of Fever or Chills. Price. 25 cents. Trtall.rJ' _.______..------.i 1,615.46 -
Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee (2nd I( t ilJirr .OI tJing .....
Mrs. Rosamond Ivery of Trilby, Mlss'Vess Parker returned Tuesday COLUBCTTOIC CEMETERY FUND .. .1

y 'Fhv, ,visited in Kissimmee recently. from Asheville N. C., where they have September 1. Itlt '

;Mrs. S.. G.Barber of Boggy Creek : been spending the rummer. They By By Tax Balance of Ills In Treasury----f, ,____... 1.ST8.S1 74.14 Avenue
'spent.' Saturday in. the city shopping.Hr topped in Atlanta for a. few day on By Bundrle.r_.--....-_ .0. Next uesday"S.eptem,, r.8, ; ,

W:' Barnett motored to Whitier: their way home By Collected Redemption Cemetery* .._....-Lot155.50-_-.- 1..4By .- ... .. .- . --.. . '

'" in company with W.-/'/ Drawdy'.Thurs-. Mr. E. L. Johnson, proprietor of the ' : ' ; t '. ,,J\-,; '10 P. M..- '. ,j. .
day! I 1 ill at his home .. J lsls.oePAID' r. ;f ,' . '. ''" ; I .
\ Osceola Bicycle-shop, CEMETERY FOND. -. ,, . :o ,s: H. ,_...C 1. cam* up from lakeland on Vine street. His father, Mr., G. To.Bxr>.vne 011T., Cemetery Work.8 45S.i4 L.-1 t-There- ' wiI1lbe"waiting for-your critical'n.pection .' . ." ,' ups'

'".: rand" .spent'Sunday-? '. / ,> . friends.' in thedty. :' P.- look Johnson after of hi Daytona* business Beach--until I*he hereto .is ..:{.1.' .,1914., ':=,BiBsl.nge..... ,.....; 't,'.;}1n',. r''.r""-" .''1Auit' .,',<;1'V a large'display wonderfully,;;attractive and exclusive;:',I.. : ,i I Vthe: most..' ,modern"Groc.rystore , ": s ,

'Mrs; E.'- K.' Sanford -'of''"Kissimmee able out again.Mr .-* :Treasury.1:1.061. ; : .t 8. models'fresh frOm' the world's fashion center*. -You 1 : : , .in :this. aection of Florida :- '.
Park'spent Friday' in' the city shop *- T. M. Rivers and children who .
.ping. II have been.visiting in Georgia for several 'ELECTRIC LIGHT.. FUND.Rreear. will .enjoy this splendid ,exhibition of+'"new millinery: 'and, filled'overflow :

Mica Nettle Bodges left Wednesday weeks, have returned home. Dr. September J, Itll DONT FAIL TO COMETFavors '
i River a few day with them To. Balance Outstanding .._...1. 111-08 with
i> where she will teach i the latter spent part of their visit and returned To. Balarle u______________. !-*80.00 Ing iooa .thin to eat., r
To Wood : 8'S-JJ >tWB'Ollir"Today
I home with them. To. 011 ___------1-----------. __ 118.11 '
Parker of Orlando --
George spent and Sundrle. __. 1.411.C5 '
To Repair
Saturday in the city on an advertising Miss Cecil Haskins left Wednesdayfor "
+'' mission. her home in St. Louis after a Total Expense Sept. 1, Itll. to. -
visit with her uncle, Mr. Sub!, on ATI*;. 1. 11. -111.104.84, ON DISPLAY .AND.FOR SALE-hand embroidered -. I
.., Miss Blanche Barnes of Orlando Haskins E.t....._ .
I Miss is
was the guest of Miss Rove O'Berry' Mabbette charming street-young lady and made To. Meter... and-La--------------1 1'OI.n.*.... fancy work-by Mis Maude Thomason. .

Sundays I many friend in the city.S. ._ Paid on New Plant -,__ 1.711.08 ; 3,
G. T. Brewton of McRae Ga., is who : Hebu' .SweetNo. 'PickJe.';_,_JIe ,
W. Moody of Mulberry, contemplates 1. _
Total Extension Sept.
spending the week with his, friend, W. ____ _____1111.___ ..
l locating a branch of his machine to. Au*;. 1, nu 1 8,781.81 ... 1 Sliced Peaches ; aOcNo
r T. Sumner. \ shops in Kissimmee, was in the Aus1.. Itl4-Total Expense WOODBECK : :
T. W. Stone of Haines City was city Tuesday. Mr. Moody has selecteda By and Collection lxten.Ions$15,105.70: _.-___._____. 1..0..1. ROGERO 1 Preserved' ,Figs..i3llk; :'' .
' registered at the Manhattan hotel site on the lakeshore. for a location '

Thursday. and is awaiting development in the AueJ. 1814-To .Balance Out.atanding Willson : - '- -- .No 1 Red Ripe..Slrawberrtp154f.. ..- t
-1 l.OjK.48 Building ; ..r '... . .'
Lee McLean of Narcoossee wasamong bulkheadingproposition.. "
4, the business visitor in the city M. Chairs, representing the Hazel COLLECTION WATER AND SEWER No./ ,Shredded'-tlue.pDio..lie. . :

this-week.- Donnell Commission- companyof FUNK! .. : 'No.:1. Staffed OU .._: ir?...i6. &.. .
c E. E. Skipper'and G. W. Mann of in September 1 1918 Z
in the business ''Memphis, Tenn.i week.spent a-few.davs Mr. Chair is By Balance In Treasury______1 1,174.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n "lll if 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .I" Shaker Salt.-10.
Bartow were city on Kissimmee thus Collection by Superintendentfor Celery. ; .
'last Monday. cattle buyer and war lookingr Tapping- Water Main- .'U.'OColI.ctor. -
01 : a ____ ,11." "
Water Receipt Grated Horseradish $
_,Mire i M. C Bryan has returned from the situation here with a view<<: making I 8.taO.0'T :. _
II' .: Georgia where'.he has been spendingthe. some purchases for his company eLOOKING 1-Ttack 1'IWbury.Fior6be' '
telegram tal Collection. Sept 1, Itll ... .. ... ,
H. D. received a '
\ summer, Mrs. Geiger to. Au*. 1, 114 _______u_1 .
i O. B. Howse of. Ocala spent a few'days yesterday announcing the deathof _. 1-ft Slice Haisi.J11 -.w._' .:.25g1 fR

1'; ,J. here this week looking after hip her uncle Wednesday C. H. Hopkins at his( which home occurred in- Wood Salaries.-r-:::-.:::!::!:!:=:::::::. J.JJJ MiMJ: : : ARE YOU FOR fts. Grannlated 13iga-$1A4/ ,f .

y cattle interests. on Supplies and Labor ...______. 411.41
N. H Mrs. Geiger returned -

>i'. V Miss home Cecelia after Overstreet a visit with has friends reI"tarned Greenfield a few day s ago from an extended Total Expense ___._____.____,.., 01.64 . 10 ni*. ..Swdrift.LanI.. ...... O :,
"* Ga. visit with her uncle, who wa : __ 1 Iit'.n 2-ft Evaporated Peaches. .25e '. '
; then in feeble health but it was notexpected Hoe Tower __________.r_____ 184.0 I- 1 1l.Th
.. J. W. Lily returned' Saturday from that the end was so. near. Well and Connection _.___. I."" "" ,l.tti. CloierbloemtBetter..4oq' ,.,!
'::f'l '' .I Kentucky where he has been spendIng I. Evan and 1 Farm Land City Property Orange ,,". "
*.. Prof apd Mrs. R. ) Total Extensions _______,-._.{ 4,016.11Total 'OIH Bntterin.25
:' Bummerk little son, Robert Francis, and niece, Expenee and Extension t 1,017.15Ajisr. .
.: Little Vivian Flod is spending 1, 1>14Br Balance In 7;
;:' a few days with Mips Dorothy Wells nesday Mill Dotaie from Thomas Oxford, Ga.returned, where Wed-they .!Treasury _,..._.._>._...L._' and Grapefruit Groves Truckingand >f;.a' Whole Crai.'Rke...?251''

/'at. sslmmc Park. ., have been visiting with Mrs. Evans' cO. ',
,:!r TjSi&ress field boxes for sale -cheap. parent, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. .Means- Colonization Lands at ;Bargain { ,And many otherthinis: : we cai:; to< ,

t ',- ] Lumber Furniture Co....29: Before going to Georgia' Prof. Evans DR. J. C. 4>AVIS, 4otaid.Freak4roltsaad i
'.' CoL Tallahassee for six week as Prices vegt; -,
; F. A. Lincoln, the genial proprietor was in ,
of the Manhattan hotel, spent instructor of sciences in the summer .* the well known, ... ''stable when' there is aDytl bebad' ?

';..".';.{1 Monday'in Apopka. ? Creek school.Allen Mattox. of Jesup, Ga., spent I t . at-any'' price. '
E. L. D. Orerttreet of Shingle Optometrist SAVE .
.- .wa looking after business interests last Friday in Kissimmee, the guest $ $ YOU $ $, '...

,>'.tt:k"the' city Saturday. for tox of his was cousin on his, Jno.way M.home Lee from: Mr.Tampa Mat-, has returned to his borne office. BY'CONSULTING US Come to see us If. yen easi- and" j
left Thursday ,
Miss;Mary Dbcon few combining *" K "* ? ,y
where he spent a days ,
t ,, a eta weeks'. visit with. relatives and business with pleasure. He expressed PARK HOTEL If, you cant-cose"'js.t'ialL.. . ._,

friends. A.inMichigan.W. ,Drawdy and W. N. Fertic of and tiimielf what as he delighted saw of with the surrounding Kissimmee where'he'-will test eyes week free and sellglasses Farm Land. City Property: Orange.and Grapefruit Grovct* Trucking'or '

Whittler in town for. two. .or. would -later fora few Headaehecured Colonization Lands '
were country: and said he :return with at bargain price :!

;r.. (three .days this week- when he, could make .a.longer stay. glasses., ' ..,.t' f. .' MYtOfi'S

; ., Little Miss Mabel Scott is spending j 'I." _Work Guaranteed" "an4 Prices) Reasonable J Our office ,18.'located on Iakin'Armne adjoining th.. MAbattur.HoteL.'Yon"are'eiftaded .
,; : in.'Orlando ,wito her sicM1siLiule'Petea 'f r--\ t- ''
'tz :n', tder4MnJ' L;: Saxon.'; \ 'Let.Detectl.,. Burn/htapryou win '.. '\.1- ; a cordial invitatkarto Diak.:'our' office your J _
the iaoOO ,, headquarter* when in..oui'citJ'i'
&.;: + and Mrs. F.:M. :. '- .!, : .; ' e ., '
: '
prlze. : :
: T 18'Ster'a Aye. *'
: .Benjamin-'of St. Cloud spent Wednes-' Malaria It Ckills& FeverFrecttpd : ; ". -... '.
*,u;;!day in 'the city shopping." + ,I OOOO' reward?f orthe.jretorn 'of r B'R.EAKER & -

&,t. .,Mia. May Winton of Palatka: is bare $1,000,0001<- DetectiveBarns will help M Hoi CM I*prepeMd......cWJi ,H., M ; .GO.Kissimmee. PMe '25iQwck H

1< ',:on .a visit to her Ullde sactamitMrdandMraRoma : ;,: !. J' *i .; ... *:.::: /I \r, lot.MALARIA or CHILL* eV /C IER " : :.. ,: . 1. j
:. : Th mu.;,.:.._.: ,4, __ ... I >-, If..m.. ... cay eauN t.. t 1 ar
:) :': :xr. cn.rn"E. : X OllVer left Sat- ,Detectlv.Burn.*,.Help .to;'the""solution take Ibea a*a. "'IM Frre wUl ass : .. Fla. ... )D8iVery" ,"i
,theyseveral ;of the MlIUonpol1al';,, ,Mystery It .cts blur,the f .1a a
.. . Petersbnrg/when, .. <
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? : BABY BORN. IN SLEEP; '' New', ". Silhouette MAKES ,BACKACHE ,, ,


:..t: '' NO PAIN JO: MOTHER I '.... -- Ire Straight LinesThe QUICKLY DISAPPEAR;
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1 New:York,. Sept ei-JPfee" "fwl: L the Popular. Llahtweiflh( ) Coetuine. I I' :" ".e, Olvi'' ,do.4 '..",1.. .'.... first point of importance is thenew'eostume'eilhouotte A Few' boles Relieves ,AllSuch :Mis.eries .. ,

I m light Sleep" was used so successfullyyesterday '--- '. '. Ilf ., ... which make -Bladder Weaknee, .Kid.. '
4 In the case of Mrs. Mary I Mlv'r'! or'mars the entire creation. hey Trouble andRhesiBaa.! .
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4' )Rothfend of 'No..270( East: Broadwaythat .d'15. The quickest way to get an idea of tism! Promptly.J Vanish.' Ir"t: "
her son was born while she was what this is is to draw a figure outline .,
I ,, napping, and the first she knew of it act . ... V V Vd entirely in'straight lines. First the It is no longer necessary for;'at&, '
Jr was when'the doctor,who is administering collar,- generally flaring in straight one to suffer with bachaehing, 'Idd-''* .
this method of treatment in the also trouble, have disagreeable blad-
angles) then the coat or wrap, ney +
Drlnfc Plenty ef Wa':' ., disorders to contend!" .
Jewish Maternity Hospital, came to flaring and falling in straight lines deF and urinary j
her and told her. You can't gain or retatD..p04looks which terminate anywhere between with, or be tortured with .rheuma., .,,
It was Mrs. othfend"-firat child. until' you realize the .value of,;jpUla. knee and ankle; then the skirt, as tism, stiff joints, and Its heart-: l ''
Sb. was amazed and asked to see everyday water.. Do you drink a glass straight and scant as; trousers legs in wrenching pains, for the new.discovery .'
her baby. It was shown her and because ttt wafer every morning ;la half'.hour effect Elaborate dress varies >this Croxone, quickly and surely'te', -,

the baby was a boy her delight before breakfast Not- Well that glassof with looped drapery and long, sweeping ,lieves all such troubles. i i y
), increased. wat&t'Ir1II' keep your skin clearer, fiA "folds, but even in these the new Croxone is the most wonderful ,
Mrs- RoChfend's baby was the one than sjiything else you can.use.; edict is apparent, and the keynote-of remedy yet devised for ridding '.th.-
hundred and flftenth 'Twilight Baby" uric acid and driving out
from of
'' the'straight line marks the pew system
Drink ft t-don't .
waste tInby
into the world the ..cienti impurities which
r brought by the old rounded "pegtop. ''all' the poisonous
'-> is method in the .Jewish hospital.The temporizing lukewarmnesa. is cause such troubles.. It is entirely
scientist who is using this treat- Have the 'water steaming and sip'It I The next feature of importance of tailored!I different from all other remedies.( It.
s' tnent will not have his name used, ex- V while you are dre. "--lf.yoa.fln4. It the great coming vogue will have is not like anything else ever used
The smart woman
1 plaining: hard to take, add a.little lemon Juice or styles. tailored suits this fall, for the purpose. It acts an the principle ." "
$ "" 'To do would not be ethical." 4J/iaE/ pinch of salt to takeaway. the'flatness. : with many a strictly favor for blue serge in plain of cleaning out the poisons a M

Then he added: I I styles and for mixed fabrics or wool removing the cause. ,? .' .
"The twiillght sleep treatment is {. Between that first glass and. bedtime and silk for dress. Plain and .stripedI It soaks right in through, ._', J!

proving want the the greatest New sort York of auccena.anil in I [ yon should drink at least a quart I fabrics will continue their present. mU jji n B mid liMmRli, Ijlie'water. # t .

fact the people people of 01 the world to know .f. ...'. of" water: That Isn't as much as It | vogueajW plaids will hold pr y-* "a sponge. neutralizes, dissolves and .
about it. We have nothing to con- sounds It II only four or five glassfuls I nent place, especially, U>gf || res in. makes the kidneys sift out and filter' .
P I teal.r In all-Che one in the morning, I dull color away, all the uric acid and poisons ' !,
: -""Of the 115 births 8 per cent have! .-I..J".. another at bedtime and two or threein I' An item of extreme importance is from the blood, and leaves the' kidneys "
F proved perfectly successful.< I mean between. Only the first glass need the coming use. of braid in tailored and urinary organs clean,'' .
by that to say that the 88 cent i be hot; the rest can be any temperature I models. All widths are used, from 1 strong, healthy and well. << ...-..;. .
did not know when their gild was you prefer.A % inches for binding to six or eight It matters not how long you have :':;':

born. quart of water a day will aid in I BJUBT fAlti CRAPB4.U. for bands, and there is a trend toward suffered, how old you are, or what.
the use of plain mohair or silk Nar- have used the principle of.
keeping your digestion In perfect con- Here Is fall you
a turban
t'Y Kitchen designed on rower widths in parallel rows are well i Croxone is such that it is practically- i
Helps edition. It wilt flush off the Impurities I novel lines. The crown is covered.with
: spoken of, but this is not as yet au Impossible to take it into the human 1'
that otherwise would come out In latticed white hercules
braid, through Plain buttons form '
thenticated. are to without results. TheN is
u for 'HousekeeperKeeping pimples and eruptions, and that meansa which black short quills are thrust. A.bandof j I the finish of this style of trimming. I system nothing else on earth like it.". It. .4and :
... 4 clear, healthy akin. braid. encircles the vlevet ,
I. brim The two newest items of established I starts to work the minute you take: it
Food Freah.t favor -are wide and daring use of relieves you the first time yon .f'':
,t Salads should be washed (or wiped, 'WU.P or warn SATIK. Sugar a Rejuvcnater.The yellow, both as trimming and as fabric use it J.:,
if this is found sufficient) and then This charming' evening wrap is of belief Is gaining ground in many 0..'0..00..000.0000..00.0. and the use of sleeves of differ- If you suffer with pains in your' 1!
tr' left in a colander in an airy cool white charmeuse, with frills of lace at quarters that If you wllb to stave offold 0 WHAT WOMEN O ent fabric and color. There is a back and sides, or have any signs' of 4 !
d until wanted. A cloth_should be paced the neck and sleeves. Lightweight age and to have tbe feeling of perennial ARE DOING- strong: -tendency toward the tight kidney, bladder troubles, or rhenma- :
over the top of the colander. Cucumbers wraps of this kind are useful to.wear youth and vigor, no matter what tt.OOO OOOO "glove" sleeve. tism, such as puffy swellings under ,
4\ placed stalk end in a jug of wa- over the fluffy evening costumeswhich your actual years may; be, you cannotdo Dark colors will be favored for tailored the eyes or in the feet and ankles, ift< .:f:!
ter will keep fresher than if placed are now so popular. The net better than eat plenty of sugar( To Cater to School Children. costumes with the almost equal you are nervous, tired, and run down: .
cool slab. lace or mousseline blouses of of One Miss Cornelia Giddings, director of favor of colors in the bothered with disorders
s on a stone or many of the pioneers of this theory is I daring same or 'urinary "
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B Fleshy fruit should not be piled up these gown. are so frail that the Professor Metchnlkoff: who bas made school lunches in the St. Louis public class. And orange, mustard, pumpkinand Croxone will quickly relieve you ">f "
t in a dish until the last possible mo- heavy velvets or brocades of other exhaustive experiments: to prove his schools, was elected to the same position tarnished gold will be seen in your misery. You can secure an original : .1J
1 ment, but spread out in a cool place seasons would seriously injure them. statements. in the Pittsburg schools at a salary corduroy, broadcloth, the rough faced package of Croxone at trifling':
t' SO that one piece scarcely touches an- There are some who even assert that of $2,600 a year, to take effect and pile fabrics. Black velvet is to be from any first class druggist* :
: <' other. August 1. Miss Giddings visited the first favorite as a finishing touch, All druggists are authorized to.perJsonally ; .i.
Milk should be covered by means of not only doee the frequent eating of I-Pitt8burgt Pa., some time ago and but in black .and dark colored costumes I return the purchase price if it'.
A4 i a muslin bag held tight 'by a rubber I'CHAIR FOR SUN PARLOR.In ;.:I sugar keep one from growing old but consulted with the local officials on any brilliant color will be good. fails in a single case.' 3. '"
: band, while butter ahould be kept in that if a man or woman will begin the a lunchroom to be established in the .
a covered ventilated dish and placed sugar treatment; even after senWty new Schenley high school and the of- r
in a pan of salted water. the autumn and winter the sun has set In. the effect will be so great as fer to come to this city followed.
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If any suspicion is entertained regarding takes to amount to a-complete change in his The plan proposed by Miss Giddings
parlor place of the summel'porch.
the freshness of meat or fish or her character. is to place a lunch room in every
: it is well to cook some at once as Any veranda fitted with glass school in the city. After the first REMOVAL !
cooked food will keep in better con- covered sashes may be converted into Oatmeal as a Ceemetle. year it is expected that .she will be NOTICEt ,
a sun parlor. Portable oil, gas or electric able to the operating
dition than raw. Should the meat not If the skis: Is roqgh and irritated bybeat pay expenses
be required the same day it is well stoves may be used to take the of these lunch rooms and her salary I'vr
4: l' .to partially cook it over nightIt chill off the air la very cold weathercans try the oatmeal bath. Make a out of the 'Proceeds..Miss THE '" !
number of'cheesecloth bags, four ?
'Giddings attracted national '
,r should be remembered that if <
T / mildew attacks a dish such as jelly Inches square and fill them loosely notice in educational circles by operating r
j the whole of it is tainted, although the with the following mixture: lunch rooms in the eleven St. '
k i t I mildew may be visible only in places, Five pounds of oatmeal, one pound Louis high schools so that, while HomeBakery ;
9.. r -' and 'therefore such food is unfit for of powdered Florentine orris root; one lunches for students averaged. 7 centsapiece
consumption. pound of almond meal and a half she placed the lunch rooms on _

<, *pound Uses for Extra Milk. pt't la now located in its Clew quarters in the building next to f.r .
Woman is Attorney.
4, l'.; Surplus$ milk may be Used in many This makes a large quantity but .. Mrs. Florence King of Chicago, who the postoffice. '

r ; .. Skimmed cheapest when mad. in. these propor is -a patent attorney, with an incomeof The has been t '
_ milk answers as well as tiouaOn. $10,000 and is president of place thoroughly remodeled and we are in >

..,.. -'fa\any' II milk also to*used.soups.Even and doughs if otherwise when 'of; these ')bap''thrown hto'thewarm the Women Association year of Commerce .a position to serve you better than ever i before. We will t '
' likely'.to curdle in heating ,,the "addi plunge bath is most comforting: in Chicago announces that she will bea your patronage. >'

'. $ tion of, a litle''cooking soda make it and makes the skin soft, and white. candidate for judge at the municipal
eleclons in the Having'
J. :H. REED .
) .' Proprietor
_ scald milk and then it
possible Water' ' that she ean' do a' man's work ,and, i iI
,';f. may-be.; used fir' custarde,-puddings, h Warm Per the Face. what .is more to the point, earn 'aman'
,; >> 1 eta :Sour milk is available for doughs (:Bathe -,our, face.,with. warm water: .' salary, it'is'' little'wonder that
;: 1;. and cheese, and cream may be sub- Use a soft cloth and 'plenty of good she also wants'to share -some'of his
: :(t intituled for buter and milk in sim-. soap-tbe kind that is best suited to honors.. -
; pier cakes and cookies. your own particular skin:; Some skins -
iJ Another method of using sour milk General I Stanford's
Is Inspector I Stanford'sCome
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M \ is to strain it when it is quite thick I are irritated benefited by the purest castile; outers Mme. Marie Gaiter, a \ :
',;J into a small muslin bag. Tie a piece are by It. Bled the soap in the administraive
general -
of the that you can use and stick to It. now inspector
;a ); of string around the top bag AID IUTrA.lf OBAIB. I service of the French ministryof ,
: and hang it in the air in the. shade to i Rinse tbe soap off with clear, bot the interior. Mme. Gatier has leng and Examine the Best .
{( drip* At the end of three or more bugs and lightweight furniture are required water and' then rinse again with .cold been recognized as an exceptionally Hosiery Made

1t days, acording to the quantity of milk fur furnUtitug. The cane and water. capable/ woman, and her appointmenthas
t. used, an uncommonly: dainty cheesefrUl rattan chair Illustrated here Is one of Tbe warm water and soap will open met with general approval.
have been produced without ef a set tti&ilrnble for this purpose. It and. cleanse the pores, the hot water

I... jiulsbed lu dark blue and white and will -stimulate the circulation and the Edits Medical Journal.Dr. .

i; Cheap Cuts-ofI! 1'81. would be charmluB with a washable cold water will strengthen( the akin Lydia Rabinovitsch is the first Holeproof Hosiery r
blue and white rug and blue and white woman editor of a. medical journal,
the preparation of cheap cuts of ;
having recently taken that position on .
in hot cretoiuie liau"liKa end cushions. For Summer Baths
brown the meat a ,
" kettle for flavor and scar 1 the BUD parlor furnishings may be on In summer a warm not hot bath at the Journal fur Tuberculose, fillingthe
spider | caused by the death of <'If
'olg the surface 110 that the juices may be i the line of the summer porch but a night Is most cooling, and the bath' In- the vacancy general Professor Dr. We want you to Dote thc silk facing over the invisible r.r
surgeon cotto.
0 -retained in the meat. J I It' trifle more elaboratePICTURESQUE the morale should be only a quick Nieter' secretary general of the German made of the finest Japanese Silk, ingeniously body s'
scrif of fat be with coot. not cold water. Tbe over a strong sheer "ir,
Some T>s may sponge central committees -for''combating hmnble-bvdr of'Sea .Island Cotton. SIX "
browned and onion sliced and fried in GARB FOR BOYS. woman f bo dresses In the middle of tuberculosis. 1);>1'. Rabinovitsch TO WEAR .WITHOUT PAIR ARE GUARANTEED t: \
the Jat. an equal mixture of flour the afternoon before dinner in her HOLES FOR SIX MONTHS. U of
The small or just has achieved great results pro- any .th.- t" ,
boy just exalted to trouser ,
when it is mixed smoothly pair fail ill that time
and .
added, suits signifies an appreciation for and bathes then should .not bathe Just fession, and the continued success of we .0( ,...
5 is in to
with the fat wpter put .
t; > make thin picturesque effect by wearing Oliver before retiring also. Tbe quick morning the medical journal under her editorship "

The meat then put in and left I Twist raiment, comprising a pair _of sponge and the moderate afternoonor is assured. Will Replace ,

; j covered on the back of the stove, and j ji knickerbockers fastened on a blouse, evening, bath are quite eumcleot.tor .
the,whole displaying a far more generous each twenty-tour hours. Let Detective Burns help
later vegetables and seasoning are them with hose FREE.
i 'use of matenal the Million Dollar Mystery Try these new HoleProoft. Get
> be put in with the than poor Oli\ $10.000 them
added, or they may for
meat seasoned covered and boiled ver's scanty clothes did. .,- Milk ,....' SIpl.I .._ prize. every "T1"' Vonr.nfwnilyTh'T sell at the same PRICE ,

} five\ minutes and put at once into the the Many belted mothers tunic, however and knickerbockersof still prefer A glass of hot milk should be taken "I have discovered something r startling good colt oa wear no other after you try Holeproof.! ,

it fireless\ cooker and left several hoursP time honored last thing at night. before retiring by about Jones the butler. and ., k .
a 1 -or all day. Long, slow cooking is the suits the rotund figures use thinking of their that it people who suffer from ,tnl mnla. Stanley Hargreavet". Detective Burns

.t only rule for good results. sons better than the hew kind young of i To be. really effective it must ''be: declares.: Our New Fall and Winter Line of, ( '

RED-HAiRED'GIRL. dress. But there ii is a spice of novelty ; quite bot sod should be sipped very
N" THE in the Oliver Twist design which is slowly.. To drink milk qulckly-is almost FL ).RSHEIM and .

t.1\ t' .%. adfeast cka of-artistic delight color, full to the of appealing force. sure td bring.Ota an -attack T of la-: DOUGLAS : :

';, ;lights eye. and shades,. but they are oftensore digestion. I :: YOU Are .1 '"
;fe If
"I have of best
ifJ ''a problem to their possessor. Sheswearing discovered something start Sound sleep la one the. complexion I '
ling about Jones besUUflers there IsJ
the butler. -
in the
}- a loss- for guidance Shoes T -
'A t of color, especially in the 'Stanley declares.Hargreave! Detective< -Bums ,7 --:........--- m - tARE -
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matter of jewelry. \ I
These few simple hints may prove I THINKING OF BUILDING A .., .
; '...seful for they have been tested time '. f 'II.tI.1.\,

t :, .and :again t HOUSE OF ANY KIND LETHE NOW HERE. THEY ARE w! :
'An auburn with brown JUST THE RIGHT
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,,4., ; topazes, pearls and garnets. SESS THETHREE CARDINALVBTUEai THAT
*A:'- Red hair accompanied by gray or SHOES ALL WELL MADE". ;M
.,'.*&*. ,alert greenish eyes, should choose paler Wants: the.,Pktures of All.. ., Little"', I AM PREPARED" r' TO FURNISH SHOULD VE-QUALITY, STYLE:. EASE, COMFORT,' .:. .1- "\

:" .( :*"amber--"* the,"amethysts.'pearls eyes are really\ .blue and, then topases-ami Kiddies' 'in .the City and County PLANS AND ESTIMATES Come and See Them

"s t ber. amethysts, topazes, green' chalf" ,AT BOCK BOTTOM: )

.s' ''emeralds The Kisgimmee-Valley. Gas 1. ette-believes, .that no mor.Int.ratbtgV PRICES.: TUg FLORSREIHThe Shoe with the name woven '
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ftcl1' haired type. pictures cah be found for its pages than those of little children. There-r = guaranty of absolute satin' ,]5 OV "$
',; sFSOrnh.s and A eyes, will fore the Gazette Invites.every,mether and,county to send ? ,. ;f;

'i-jfcoming pearls >,amber,. gold, us her baby's . and best,photo .with:the-Joame .of, the baby...its; : DOUGLAS 8HO&-.A shoe that t. 1cncnrn. from..' .
age.- the ham of the and their address.. These will > coast t0.oast for its Itl. '. .
ellgqaed # .. .: parents pictures 1NN aRNOLbC.aitatt.yA and des nb14'.alit.. .
.'., ". ; .: I be carefully preserved and returned to you after Y their'appearance-in '. : ,I.n;'. 4.10., sad,'...,........_____..__ '__ ._ $3...00 :
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:''FROM'STATE' FellemereA: school district has : ." ','-, 't.pcIJi. 'enaeof.;1lC"Tb- ..Hca Na.
been created at Fellsme're 'and U is "M' '. . ,. :,
"J",. .. : tional bank> ot Pensacola closed
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jtroposed to issue \ ; ,
925,000 of,,schoolgliding. 'J ., ; 1J'J doors Monday after a run lasting
'.. '" .1-, bond. about an boar., Aroused by sentatlon-'
e i e al,,reports eircnlated last
Shows Largo.The local School Board has positors flocked to the, bank night.this de, .'
;/Cwipilation!! : Large been authorised by mass meeting to ,- . morning:, Forysomar' time .
call an 'election of $$,000 of''school doors were 'closed streets in front' :
bonds." - ? i '. the bank' tin-.tory" building
,1: ipmeafs'ofi1 Oduca. ".> i. '*' crowded.' '" were
:'L . :' i' ? 'BOard Officialsot''the' bank". ;have
MlamL--D.d. 'County' of mad. no' statement.-:
; Public Instruction let contra t'to St. The bank *had deposits of- $1.715,..
ESTIMATED THAT THE _NEXT John Construclon Co.; Miami,'at $46.670 .- 000,: according to the aut''annual,, 1'
> CITRUS'f CROP ,IN t.FLORIDA" to. erect. high school.GrofelandiThe. statement.The' capitalisation: ts.
;0' WILL :AMOUNT,,, ,.MNE MILLION -. .- f. : ;. I $300,000 and the surplus $35,000.' On '
BoXES-GOOD YEAR IS .E dgp last'January first,Its I'loans and dls. ,I } y'
Lumber Co. it'' Is reported.*will bulla counts amounted to $1,000,000. C..W.
; .AHEAD.". .{. railroad- from itr lumber operationsto :; Lamar is president of the institution
; Dad City and-other .. and M. E. Clarkcashier. '
Tampan-According: points Jlearb. .,- } ,
; figures cotspU.d !. t The American National successful.
,,k. :by the Florida 'Grower, more .J.ebonvUJ.-Clt awarded con ly weathered asevere, financial storm"'
,.;. .. .' i'forty-four and fruits thousand. cars of veg- tract for construction of 15.000 feet of -few month..1fO when the First National '
were shipped from
curbing., i. bankclosed'itsdoorsZolfo
markets during-the season . iVeroParmersBank'Js --V :-

.;. ..jU In the tabulation heavy' organized.' 'Z9 'O ''TO
k ,' .erus''fruits, tomatoes IIAV\LEcrRl C"a
a -ipmen ; :J. E. Andrews is president and, "Willianj -
."uee.,celery, poUtSCJTBfta-Othet vegetables AUdn;vice president Fla" ---The Zolf o Electric l *'c and-pineapples,' watermeltrtjiHaJtndcontaloupes ) *1** /" ** * panT this week purchased the last of ;

b-" are shown. I Sara' (na."gLN': ; Hall. Sarasota; .. ;-.," .... .,.. the equlpmebt"for'"'*n'electric 'light
." r- Here are the totals given in the prepared) revised ym ..jar combining '. II '. plant hu.thls: place This company
Grower-as shipped to'.points westdfthe'Misiissippl Woman' club, afl public rRfpy.. ,,_ .. ::..w.. Was organised about 'aix': weeks ago
p. ,,' river. north of the local capitalists subscribing. ,$10,000.
;. "Ohio-driver--and .to-Southern.States: Umatilla-- .Lake count,.. Wm. T, I L, ' , S. i- worth of stock.'TMcontract. ' .>
; Citrus fruit, 21,600 cars; tomatoes, :Kennedy, eaeretaryBoArdotPubUeIn.traction E -. .. .. i '' has been let"for th*
k, ,,2,870 cars; lettuce, 1,746 cars.celery, voted .... ..... . -- power house and work wIU-becom..
110,000 to erect -'Iu. -.,'. .,., '. *- "111' .. -... ......t. dw .. .w &.' ..j ;
1..1':0 e
2,921 cars; potatoes, 1,976 cars; vegetables schools. ; r; menced-on aamc-atonce.- is expected
'J f : 6,665 cars; pineapples, 625 . BEAUTIFUL GROVE ON LAKE TOtiOPEKAUGA. OWNED BY JOHN 'M.LEEV that all equipment will'be'installed , t
'can;melons, 4,080-cars; cantaloupe*, Pin.llas Par k.-Pinella Park .,: . and connected up by the mid,
it 205 ears-total number cars shlpp School District voted $6,000 bonds to die of October, when the juice" will
__ :; ecI.- 4,"(8. "- erect-school. .' TBAMMELL MAYSUCCEED NEW BRADENTOWN I -I can icy my: hands on Millionaire be turned-.on. The electric company .
.. The t.., recent years and these figures show St. Augustine.: t.e Board of Hj Million "MysteryrDetective will run same ,ln connection!" with. the
I; that Manatee county has been leading Control Jacksonville, will lecon- BRYANTallahassee.The MfNEARfFINpBradentown. William-J-Barn ': '? ..;?f-: light...Plant.: *>....;]..,-. *"' .A %: "- M.
"'t. .' the van by opening new fields and tracts Sept 14 to construct laundryand .
/proves and spreading its area of developed heating plant for Deaf and Blind -",,! 11.- . ' .
:r resource-' I Institution at St. Augustine,' dairy on 'ALL:FLORIDA SOIL WEEDS LIME. 1: t
.it fBom* insight Into the prospects .forr' barn for University-of- Florida at story published .-Work the East] We triad n. !!_:T-" ; mvt ie. pee me: .rael..ef'.t .t
next season can be gathered from estimates I Gainesville, and training- school for in a local newspaper Indieat1ng'batS.nator .and West railroad..betweenBraden-; .. 0.r UM U .. tHj'in.t IC'* a
;t, being made upon the citrus I Agricultural and Mechanical Collegeat Nathan P." Bryan may be ap- town and Arcadia U progressing rap fiWel..... ... W .ae.w. U e.e '

It.r.' .'- fndt-<.n"*... \-.<,I.-tw1., ;4t--'*.e'-..*.qae.a.:J.,.
y' r placed.tII..proapeetlve state yield at eed the late Judge Shelby of the completed the entire distance within I' '
: ten million boxes. Later the estimate' Clearwater.-P. A. Ansley will *s- United,$tatee court of 'appeal. baa the next sixty daysThe'roadbedhas -"' BLOWERS .LIME. AND PROSPHAIL COMPACT- -.. ,. .,* ,
has been decreased: to nine dllioasr't tablltttnaawand' planing mill ;Is reported been a topic of general interest at been-'finished be DEPT. :. -"sev .TI, 'W :r"LOIUD"........ .. . '+. : ,,. ., .

: r.,. : *co< most of maWanchula enthusiasm the capitol among andhas Senator aroused Bryan'sgeneral much tween'been laid the on two sixteen cities: and miles-rails of have the, . ...-. .. .. .. .. .. . .

FLE1fl'iI'tWjIACUST -.oo..jli\o . I that"If Florida M to be honifriends. BradentoWp end.- "The work: of..laying; -... .. -........ .....
'r. -Lewelling Bros will ,:The feeling seems to be track toward Arcadia! 'jlsJtxdns/'pntbed! ; '. -' : 'lbt.t 9yw11I{ .dtlii ,. b
rebuild planing mI reported; burned. ored with this appointment Senator ai rapidly;as possible.( -Tbe-:: fldges 1 I : y
iboe> most Iikelr to be chosen. across.-'the',Mis>:ka:and 'Hotae' Jfreek 1,! .1 ".Jl.a'! .i.Ij" t; '
t T mpa"a County Commissioner 1 K Should Senator Bryan be appointed have 'been completed-an *,.contract'.At H. Darracotl the Southland East Florida peoplew struction1 of the Abridges'across'Bran.!I 4 ( :
*"" 890. ,:raaop&, tClf&TAd--8 miles of ; C>> are- hers appear (kac(be' nnani- dy Creek is going; oswar; -... :I "r rtaI ..1 !PJ .HI _l'y
; $iar..yJNOD4osa.w'rpadjat" about mow 'Lr the feeling- that Gov. ParkTrammelrwould as'possible. 'As.soon, as.this ildllj.:
Y- *p00 . contract Kenyon Construe.lion the can'
Chicago Ills The congressional ; tr be strongest i
? committee>> of the National American Co. .Tampa, forwingwalls on did UrrJt; >ef(>r/!> $he people ;ito....ncced I across Peace fiver"Mast one needed' FERTtLJZRSvT: ;

I 'i' Wo man x-Suffrage (association issued _Six. Mile_ I'Creek'road.Bradentownr:;:; ". .. Senator Bryan... That opinion is also<
,''and a formal representatives,."blacklist"who,are the described,senators -"-The Manatee. 'County generally it;{ibelleyed; held In the the, IrO"rDor'wouJd capialclty" and I CAPTAIN AK q L.m! :. I .. dBest. :t!".> U k..CI ;yf Via ,b1i I a'iq h '

"t. "implacable foes.,.of. woman-nf- Commissioner plan (85.000 expenditure probably'enters/the :-race.- GovernoiTrammeIL ;f'' 'I" GROUNDS ..
to-constniettbridge* and improve however,-has not and Cheapest
In the case of the mem- expreiSiedniMnuelC''regarding
j frag/Vand ' Fernanozna.B.eduaeL h1 vessel
-, .i ,bera of the lower house, "obstruction: toads' .in. Fifth *District.* i the, matter." fowled ground And becante-of his alleged saeeJ oh" ,3M fail" nirn .;1* "
ti.T v JHP : & .: ., a. .j" :
ists against humanlarlan legislation Arch Creek.-Arch Creek' Packing .+ :;.:: bad Jock on the fishing grounds, .. '' .. 'VGARLVEIg

;-r.. '' .'\Interested.In which the" women of America' are Co., capital.stock $10/M:incorporated Bryan Gets Endorsement. lately Captain Ilimei,':oC the gasoline I 1, :!., :W.r 11. :
.Wra-u.Bennett president; M. auxiliaryschoonerJand1 I3U- endedhU."own
I; -:, The list embraces members ot.boththe F- Sloan vice pre.ld.nt..O. D Flem- Washington, D. C.:-Afc: least a hun :life,'actordintto;- '
.Ij". republican and democratic .par* inf. secretary-treasurer.; '" dred names,.It'was stated here, will 1 received here. Image\ aRQ: J3.; ":,; ,
tie*. The nine United States senators ,- be Fannie H.. is trawler that .. > -'
!" signed to the petition which members The a ... recently :P ', '' tI' .J fl.Hir' 10h"i \
S :
..Ii.who.. :: .. defeat the women urged are Bradentown-City; : let contract toShirley. of the Florida delegation an. came South ',from 'New 'York; rl-, () : r'i,
Brandegee of Connecticut Clarke of .&.Mattlson Bradentown. for. circulating for the endorsement ol first to,Biloxi:Miss, Falling' at the "" ;?' 't PIE.E' '
Arkansas, Dillingham of Vermont paving-sidewalks;.. I Senator. N. p. -Bryan "to fill the vacancy , ),'th. Fannie H.J wasordered &: t "" .", 1..
.. Fletcher of Florida, Gore of Oklahoma ; *- I on .the bench of the-Fifthcir to'Ferl andina to fish for the I ,(.- f* e: .:: Of,). .'
:w ( Root of New York, Shively of Orlando.-Orlando Ice Co. will Install ; cult by-house members alone .''noJ Brunswicki factory,' ;"andCaptain -
Indiana Smith of Maryland. Lodge of cold-storage plant;'' has' begun counting'those which Senator D;: U Himes is reported to"have said before W4lson-&Toonier.Eertlllzer: CO"

Massacfiwette.The ' construction of building. .. ..' Fletcher'secured Saturday' in the .sen coming here that if he did note, succeed .,:.. "/ : ".f ; q /
members of the house of .. ,*J.*"< ;
representatives . - ate... he would blow ,out his brains. Jacksonville Florida I '
marked not only ''
who are -
towards woman Fellsmere":- Robert and George -.-.-.--. ,.. ... ---.. -.u.m__....._... _,_ .. . ._, __ n W ; ; .. :
t suffrage but fore their alleged hoeh story Carson concrete interested-in store and lodge erecting build 2. --',;.T"T"m. ;- :Local--Ageittl Waters.&' Carson!; Grocery: ,CO..,

'tllity to "social legislation" as ., ' . ,
wellt ing. \. ;j' .. j' .
,\ are Underwood of Alabama, : ONION; SETS ,. .

Illinois, Fitzgerald of New York, 'Davie.-Everglade Telephone Co.. : Now Is the time to begin plan . Considering the '', ,' '
of .. . , -
Carolina, Galloway /
Page of North I .J'/'
'' Garrett' capital $10,000, organizing to establish I present price. of Onions, there is every indication that they will be an > '.. ,
of Texas .
Texas, local exchange,
system; exceedingly profitable crop to plant
and Sis-
Tennessee, Hay of Virginia I 25'to 50 subscribers; toll line to Dania We Quote. QU Pk. Bn.t .
son of Mississippi. or Fort Lauderdale; considering automatic Wax Bermuda _.. 3.0 1.00 8.75 '
system. white Bermuda -...-.... .20 .90 8.50 \ BEST LUMBER .ON :EARTH .FOR ALL PURPOSES
SCRAPE I Red Bermuda __*_r_________________________ .20 .90 S.50 .
SHOOTING Belleair.--G. A. Miller, Tampa, White Silver Skin __________________________ .15 .75 2.75 '" < 11/, ': .
', Fla general contractor, to erect addition -. Yellow' Danvers :___________.:'___-::._____j_____ .15 .76 2.50
"At' LAKELANDLakeland to Belleview hotel. at a cost White Multiplier ___________..________________ .15 .85 3.25 $ M
of 200000. . . Parcel Post rate, Per Quart, 6c; Per Peck, 20c.
Write for fall price list Just issued.
.-: Fl.A most deplorable Seabreeze.-Hen. W. Haynes, proprietor KILGORE SEED:' COMPANY Yellow Finei' ;
let F. ,
,. occured here Satur- contract l) Fuquay z
affray .
shooting -Plant City Florida. .
Daytona Beach Fla., to erect addition .
Dixon .
; dayafternoon in the building + ;:- :' ','
to Hotel Princess Issena; 10 rooms,
on Main- street, .when.'-.. 'hos. Cald- a
2O..bathroom.and' music-room 20x40 .. .
well was seriously shot by G "F. '-

.,\ t1 _.Spear the with abdomen a pistol, seriously, the ball wound.piercng feet; also provide Peninsular additional Telephone entrance.Co., C. AT CARSON; Resident.! N.CAYANffieer.tarr: .:... E ERYXHI]>JGt- -- A : :

... Crawford wa taken to a Tampa.-
t. ng him. to construct office and exchange building .
for treatment. The Waters & Carson '
hospital at Tampa 4 stories rein-
"" > No authentic statement can be had costing $60,000; ;
frame faced with
f6re6d concrete
at to the cause leading up to the Automatic'' will cost' HOUSEMwI .
t"- tragedy, but it is said that the! two brick-about $60,000, system I TO :BUllU1Y41U8

men quarreled Thursday and renewed .. .--. Grocery Company I e )
the quarrel again yesterday morning - s: r
r coming to blows. CaWw lgrtting IT
'the better of the fight. Meeting Wfi HAVE ? '
In. the' afternoon it Is,supposed FLORIDA AND WESTERN .
again ,
.. tIQl.. ti tae' sM/ ', I ,
-- they' continued the conflict endIng -> 4 Wholesale and Retail .InGROCERIES I .' ft "'1 f .
with ,the ..shootingSpear, whoiade We are fully equipped and manufacture all grade. of ,
t ,
mediately no :arrested attempt to and escape placed waa in im the Jt' lumber-rough and clreued-ceU,Flooring,Sidinajt Doors; ,,,'
: ectIdItT' jan.. M'se >8"IB'oJ -'Suash, hiagla-TatthaTWiado. +t ; 'Mailding

jJ.oJ'' c '. I of all kinds, Iframiriff. ; dressed and kougnCypreM L um-6pr...: 'f' '

AGED:MAN C THROAT . .. . .. .. . . ......... .... ....4e' ;,We also carry a complete line of BrickJJme.Cement*r.tints, .t"i
IIS OWN J : > .. , .. '
{ oil'" Fla-PWeTu.: 'Jwell W.15..#'SELL: O. WE EOT: ,. Varnishes and Gla*s.-1We w".bt.;to to;furnish you crrciry, i

'r Ocala, : Eureka ALL IONpS-.AT AlJrTlMES. .. + HAVr-- -_-- ___ thing for;,:owrhouae;orywr.abnrn"frolgcowad;: tb', oo ,;,
known 6wrthesOklawaha-riverleft old farmer living near hia, bedThntsday.tifcght "' .. '..: i. .II DES'GRAIN' ,- -. --- . .L.... ,-, ...,...., .... _., .... .d. b.. ...til"' ..)....;. ,\..
.tie 'We 'carry the Finest Cuts :, .
during the night ... ,. ... . ,
i > FURS, ,- ; :.
and going Nicest
and Meatsjn' the
him, City. '
took bit .
r a ;nil. or' raxor.xithh ,wood*' *"* his Yre.h.PonTtry 'and"Eggs;Fresh 4. FERTILIZERS: .. < ; ..,,.. WOOl'a' e Send for FreeEtimcii&: \" ,, :

,throat:' Home Cured Meati..First. Class SHINGLES 'a C i I + '
M TheWells body was found. latethe Meats at Rock Bottom figures is ., _ .?;.sued* -? '' :-f:: .i f'J"!.ewe: *nV *t* ,
the. father '
-- : ..'...>--M Wilson "Who.was .lulled ,her husband *our policy: Corm in and try us. .. ORANGE. BOXES, .. .. AND .,.e I, ; . l' '''...' ,.; .Jf' "" 1. 'cr
near Eureka some( We will be glad :to give you"Prices" IE.titea I'E
in Wii-' .. ORANGE WRAPS, ALL 's . 1't
months IO" .,ago. was Her Mrs.tint,husba -.. P ARLDR MrA @@tEl ... CRATES, 0 0 .. COUNTRY ..j' Contractor*'.EitiniateeonAhouae. . ... "' bHl'recess's presetstte '.io.- ;.' +
VEGETABLE ... '" .. '
4 .
TwasJdlled, :: in atlfht in.the saw*-- ; ... 11. :.. w-1 ,. A' 'r, .. .:i "'''-) < : ; : '" :':t z -

fi: _neighborhood! three 'years ago v, ,t. t N.;. ;,, .roadway.,.... ... . yCRATE) ..NAILS. (" .., .4,.).: .. ti...i. 'f'. PRODUCE.... .. .'..*,:
!!*rieaV :MiliionalreHarUeav. i ... ,.. , .. . I: ; i ",, ;, *
lay. and my bands on 101,.. the PEOplESif' ? WET{ .. 4" ., .'..'. . .... .., .., "1.................RJ y JJlW.iPdQQ.\'umbJifiQi! '
' .. '
Million Dollar.'.MyiUry' r Detectle. .. _:.; : 1"- : .. 'In . ;,; .I :rhJ. \
., -., 'P' '' t \ garden seed. -all Uads..; . ;- .. >?
William J ,Burns< r A"" -. }. :j : 304 iW.'U J 'eld aid of : ; '
lrwq .
.;: ..1I.1r1I"Talipa.Tampa.-Gas"-. ,Cov"' I........cos. :;Vv; jW4;;.; .P ... r. ., . .w.jiveiepeclaltattentloati-Ihllug: delivery Ueily limits., .'. Phone N.Mil. U.t7r..ta. hsatlsaan4. TV"' ' ca.rpiad'partleiFree : . l,1"W "' ,. ;1/ ". """* "''.-<,,rDI., :on.:..'a95 t xlasrcrrimee, ;F/a, ... 1t.sf. 1 'I\I' : ,'

t-raet to,.erect. atorsg..,rehousecort'- :;'> *. ".' : .to 11'.1r <<..... .... ... .. -" .areo ..for. ..C'.ed,'e rtUUera.. .. .-.Ask.aarta,"'.sIrcalanand'nd'. 0 .. _. .j. , ... . .. ....1" ;
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-4: A ONE :MijUfffiat. [( I Address TQ FarmersGovornor Bye SCHNARR'S" ' Insecticide' ; SPRAY;' '\ r

J Wdman'sWorldMr 1 J . . and Red'
XIIia' ....""tAutaau'r.;; ..
Park JrammellTalidbasseeGovernor hit Ra.ovee .ooty health'soOtree.Haad:: Pamye,.'" """ , tor B... and Nh.u'a Power .r
rtlagara Brand ootublr.' 6I11pb'l: : M1.r p, i\
OJ.LARloEAl State a:eats tor' 0..00.. srloRrn4; ",.

: *.' Catt, "Net.d'euf.' ;; Park Tram enhanced if' they 'will profit "by the *SE.r.,ARR.. .sit.-SSSS.,.]Wlll. {>.t I-*. .>. wM.*.r.r.utv. :<. ;A ,

Y1aJ frn0' Ladsand Orator,, mell has. issued the following lesson now ''ao*forcibly' before them, '

to the farmers of Floridat and begin a* soon.a* possible to cultivate ..'
IS State of Florida, executive. ; food crop ,on a much larger y
JADE" rr bet! Tallahassee. August 81, scale, and to take advantage of Flor-- CARSON', :e
To the farmers of Florida ida's unsurpassed advantages 'as a .' '" .
LT1aA :N"O: : =.- 'a
The great European war : stock raising and meat producing to SKIS -

nished the people of,Florida a I state.,. J .
to which I ask-the privilege of I that ftwill.not Successor to f he Dozier: Leitner Agency
J ,A MoLeod d Sold Lumber r hope .be considered ,
attention. ,
.. your improper tot me to and
,The; whole world 1. now ,. urge Upon the people of Flora who I State Bank Bufldin
In from the inflated price of own or control land that they proceed '
r Rights Counties
resulting from the at once to ,arrange 'for. the planting - .
the war. : .. and cultivation, of 'as :extensive tall
The people of Florida have food their'circumstances 'will
.. THE SALE MEANS THE CUTTING lands all the,facilities permit, to the end that regardlessofthe ML
OF. 100,000,000 FEET OF. CY. supplying all of their own ) duration of the great European .
PRESS TIMBER AND 200.000.060 the needs of many hundreds war. there majt-Jb an abundance of

FEET. OF PINE. TIMBER. sands of other people in such produce raised by out own peoplefor SUPERIOR' SERVICE
'I'' articles of food and in meat home consumption:and for sale TREATMENT .
; 'i, In spite of the wan and pechapsi f Florida has unsurpassed" In.,other markets. Such:{ activity Is COURTEOUS .
:i rumor of other war., a $1,000,000timber for supplying the nation with bound to redound to the'material, financial ',
4 deal was consummated in Y d F and vegetable and our people advantage of our farmers and ;
Jacksonville between a syndicate of y ,.true, are annually i improving to be of great benefit to all our'citliens. .'i>
mill men and J. A. McLeoa of Tampa.>> ortunities. r
i' The sale is estimated to mean the On the other hand, Florida This "
is submitted
important matter
'" ultimate cutting of 100,000,000 feet of undeveloped advantages and 'for very the serious consideration

cypress timber and 200,000,000 feet of which ought to be turned to of all Floridians interested, directly
a pine timber In Sumter. Pasco, Her- able account In the vastly'J or indirectly in
farming or fruit
nando and Lake counties. Mr. McLeod atae. A enormous staple crops and growing, in the confident belief thatIt THE PROTECTION ABSOLUTE ,
sold the exclusive timber rights to ishing a very large portion the
opens surest and easiest to
r .the Edge-Dowling Lumber company, nation a meat supplyFlorida's increased prosperity and way happi II -THE COST SMALL : : H'i
of Groveland, and the buyers have fife farming industries .
-- rt ? teen yean in which to removctri timber their as compared with PARK TRAMMELL '
which they have purchased ( CABBXX CHAFKAN CATT. thi1; be when our people i Governor., i r
I develop the state's possibilities.We YOU WILL APPRECIATE THE -"
... to...0.. to..H o < + 'Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt is one ofthe climate and 'J:
nost interesting* and magnetic: of .( ,
} OOOO.o..OOO.o..o. '
Y t
and the labor. We have the "
r. 0 UNION CENTER. 0? he Suffrage leaders. She began lifeae"A 0 0 ECONOMY AFFORDED BY OUR "
facilities and the ;
ai 0 0 teacher in Iowa, was superintendent portation CAMPBELL. FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF wi ''
ait ..0 0 O 0'00 OU C e OtHoH ... of public: achols at twenty-two I and could produce suficient : : if: '
needs and a surplus for other .O.O.O.OOOOOO.OOO.. VAULT FOR YOUR VALUABLES.
.Miss Missouri Ann Tindal died at years of age, went into the lufl'rCe teta. Yet the people of THE COST OF THE SAFE DEPOSIT 'i, ;
ranks as active worker in Mrs. J. W. Collins called
the home of her brotbex._Mr. Keith an 1888. annually to other sections was to
ti 1 Tindal, on Saturday afternoon at 8 Since then she has studied law and dreds of pay thousands of bedside of her daughter, Mrs. J BOXES ARE ONLY IL, }

I a o'clock. Funeral cervices. were held medicine and has the equipped mindof fodstuffs for man and beast. McKnight of Winter Park, Fla. ( I

at the East Lake cemetery on Mont the woman who has traveled the The has Mrs. J. Y. Morrison made a business $2,00 and $4.00 Per Year'A I
world over conditions of war A
The bereaved studying women to
I J day morning. family and emphasized this situation. trip Tampa Monday. ..
in all foreign lands. She is the
+ have the sympathy of the entire com-
y people are paying exorbitant: Come, to gladden the home of Mr "
president of the International Suf ..
jnonity. for_ provision which they can Mrs. W. A-.Lanier, September 1, ..
frage alliance and has addressed
Mrs. W. H, Eaton and family -of St.. audiences '
England, Sweden, Norway, at home. The war may' be daughter. Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Weaver, '
Cloud spent Sunday at the Harvey
d' Denmark Holland, Saxony, Bohemia prolonged and prices continue Mrs. J. L. Williams and wife oft ;
home. President.
"." .Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tison of Kis- I Prussia, Hungary and in Africa and vance. are visiting their sister- -,,- i
r r simBiee visited with the Wetherhee the far east. .Everywhere the charmof The wealth of the state of Mrs. Susan Campbell.
families Sunday aft rnoon. her womanhood won her admiration, will be increased by'many Mrs W. A. Borroughs and family
"- '- The Misse Janette Lawson and Ed- and when the alliance met in Stock-1 dollars and the independence Saturday in Kissimmee shop
t '.
? holm three .she called welfare of our farmers will be .
,'''. ana Harvey spent Thursday\ at the! years ago! was '
all Scandinavia
over "America's un-
( Frank Lawson home in Kissimmec. crownded "

,J' ;. Mr. _and..,Mrs! Sam Barber balled queen.
-on J. K Himarju ana lamuy sunaayafternoon. ,' .
getting along very nicely with the OPEN DAYsNlGHT

Claude Barber made a business I school.!
k .j.i tripMr" Narcoosgee last wek. I Mr. J. F. Williams has gone to Hot 1 .. ,1

The Misses Blanche Lawson and I Springs, Ark., and will be there three

'sari Ruth Harvey returned to their homes, months la rt\u an'' ,
3i last week after art absence of nearlythree Sol Padgett has also gor\e to Hot I )

weeks. Mills Blanche (f Oren Springs. U2rJ IN
most of the time at Orlando with, I Mr. Charley Arnold will soon have 41( r, Flml '
Fk Miss Bessie Lawson, while Miss Ruth, his house completed STOCKPLM5n' '*
There will be services at the Prim-
visited her sister, Mrs. Olive Peele. I
of honor at a number : hive Baptist church house Saturday RKStBTRtM FEEDS o
They were
guests and Sunday.Mr. Li-' >IT<'IIKHS! !> K1F KKKI1 HIP ,
a of parties and report a most enjoyable I'
1 time. Rich rd Mere i i. working for
Miss Albina Smith is t Mr. Baisden this week. v NNI {I'k 1 5H PERKINS': "I1I:>GI.K :MMIIIMCRYAVl ,

the Wetherbee homes for a few days. Mr. Elmer Padgett is carrying the ENGINES: up to 4O b. 'MILLSLlaM 1 '
y \, Her many friends are glad to welcome mail. BOILERS up to 40 h. ..d llrav? .i- "
\ her at Union Center onoe more. There will be on entertainment and !SAWDUST! CON\'I! +71'OR9 KLAN {,CAN: E.ORII, .J"
Mr. Bob Harvey cam down from I box party given by the school Saturday j, GASOLINE! ENGINES: STEAM FEEDSSTAE

Orlando Sunday. night. LATH MILLS MILLS .
.' Messrs. Rosier Lawson and Everett Mr. Clyde Bass and wife are in Kis .f'_ ,
: Smith made business trip to Orlando, simmee this week.
a BITS for all ...... at .awe .
Mr. Bloomes White and
last week. family of ...;......
Mr. and MrsHarvey entertainedthe I Kissimmee have come to hunt them a SHAFTING PCLLE1 BOXES
J folloiwng guests at their home 1 home in Whittier and are boarding I r' BELTING. 4 a-radeB-....... to beet .. .
Sunday afternoon: Misses Blanche at Mrs. Bai den's this week. Bang LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS .:'1ti

+i' and Janette Lawson Evelyn Smith,, Miss Temple-Baas has been very. HI EVERYTHING FOR TilE
Mrs. Belle Landen, )Ir. and Mrs. G. B. !but; we hope for her a speedy recovery. '' SAWMILL
i. Lawson. Messrs. Aaron Story, Ira Miss Addie Williams has been very. ? AnotherBIQWou. Writ for '

Pittman, Rosier Lawson, Claude and ill. We. all wish her a speedy re- F rloeFOP .

Wilt Ben Barber, Lloyd Harvey and Ever covery. !J. ,. :ikKt
Dick' Lawson. .
ettSmith and Master
and ,' 7 :lei;,;A1 I
Mr. A., D. Story family are
enjoying a visit with his nephew, Mr TAKING CALOMEL ""''I 'N yon have a blowoat oa

Ira Pittnrfan of Sylvester, Ga. 7t:. f Y l WHEN road or your engine goes .'
," Mr. Rosier Lawson and Mr. Harvey 41i *
4 killed a large rattlesnake in the.latter 'e j4ir ( wrong or something else get* _
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,.- Mrs. T. A. Hughey and children + We tow-"dead" cars home or we ,
called on Mrs. George Haye Monday !> J;. rl'I1il epalr them on the spot.
1 So Powerful It Shocks Liver and
afternoon. i"k, If you can react us with your ownN .

j The Social Committee will meet I I Leares It Weaker Than Before." ,,,,, 'i t..,, :- .ISX+i'f >wer we guarantee to locate the Sale
Wednesday evening :with Mrs. Weth- Dodson'si Liver Tone Is Better
trouble at and Ox it
erbee to arrange the socials for the (to Take iy ( once right at
coming least cost to you. "
: MI. Jessie Haye visited with Mrs. I I., 4 Ia+TMaf.f; ,,

Wetherbee one day last week. Nearly everybody who has ever = 40 of land 4 miles y7r
Mrs. Munn has been quite sick I I tried calomel has found that it I frivea! : acres from Kissimmee one and a half miles.

again. Her physician advises that an only a temporary relief For calomelis from another railway station. -12 acres cleared and fenced,ready for f

operation is necessary. such a powerful drug that it shocks This is at service at all hours : planting tries.! I 175 bearing
tlv' and weakens the liver and makes it garage your Orange trees, and some smallr one Splendid -

\0 less able afterward to do its duty : soil. Price 2800. Time on part if desired.
a. than in the first place. for quick repairing. Just phone. You will receive

: O WHITTIER 0it This is one of the reasons why J. Z.

0 0 Roberson guarantees Dodson' Liver prompt and efficient atte tion.MAC'H Snyder Place
Tone to take the place of calomel. :
"" Sunday School is getting: along tine' Dodson' Liver Tone I.'a pure vege- '10 acres of good land less than 3 mlles from K mmee, good

with a large attendance every Sun table liver tonic that will cure constipation : land. Btt acres fenced. 5 acres cleared. 3 more nearly cleared, small ).

day.A I quickly and gently, without any : house good deep well o( soft ,
pretty wedding was solemnized danger of bad after-effects. It is guar BROS. pure wafer in 6 feet of top of
Friday night at the school; house, anteed to do his with a guaranteethat : ground.. Land ready to farm or plant 'out an orange grove. $650.

when Mr. Frank Tumblin and Miss is Simple and fair. If you buya : Owned by a non-resident. Terms if desired. V
t Ruth Harris were married. The attendants I bottle of Dodson'd Liver Tone for Autos for Hirt GARAGE. Phone 113. r

were Mist Mattie Baisden yourself or your children, and do not
< and Mr. Nat Bass, Miss Della Tumblin find that it perfectly takes the placeof Farm and Grove

' and Mr. Sim Hubanks. The wedding calomel, then return to the store :
i i march was played by Miss Bessie Guy. where you bought i and get your 127 acres, besides 40 acres or more riparian rights land, which
i The bride and groom left for their money back with a smile. : goes in free making good land. Thi. .
pasture is
i., home at Six Mile, Fla. These War Prices Don'tclltectthe propositions in the Land one of the grandest
Miss Mattie Baisden and Mis Ber- country. adjoins !lakeland extend to county 1
I tha Williams couple of hours road has a lot of finest rich hammock land also
bj pent a 1... : high pine land, and r
i in Kenansville Friday. morning on DESIRABLE HOMES' r some extra fine pasture. Some of the finest trucking land in Florida.. ', '
.\,. .business., Mtn Dell Tumblin. at Gap*_Creole 4FOR-SOME-QNE-:$ -Office : 6-room and house, two porches house surrounded by large palm., magnolias :
VtlieyyGazetteJob: : pretty live-oak. also
t t ; bananas
' lemon.
\ ha been spending the past two weeks fruits in oranges guavas and "
with Mrs. Ruby Bass of Whittier. A 6-room house, 100 ft. lot, I yard. Fine.flowing well near the house. About half!;' '
ft The Baptist church house is being I $160 cash.A I : in the artesian belt, where excellent flowing wells can be had. About '*A

,? 1 repaired for the association. I't' | 6-rom bungalow 147% ft. : 8'acres of grove splendid oranges and grapefruit, besides >* _
t ; Milo Randolph Young is coming on i, lot, $1,000 cash. Copy of letter mailed to all job offices: nursery to extend the grove.' A fortune a you i "
'.:very. nicely with his business. : A 5-room cotage, closet and can be-made- n this 1 lanti
citrus fruit
Saturday night last an entertain- lots of porch room 011' good WRITING: PAPER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION. growing trucking and farming. Besides .tock can be kept -. + ;
d :*:':tnent was given at the school house, : street, $500 each. so much good pasture;. and a delightful place for a home, where fine'view ,
,consisting of dialogue and speeches i An elegant residence, modern, ) At a meeting of the Writing Pape'r Manufacturers Association, of the lake and town can be had from the a s
tit The young ladies carried cakes, which I Ii close in, $1,600 cash.A . held on August 12, U14, it was recommended, owing to the uncertainty on thi. splendid property. Cheap porch of the home ';

i wart void for the benefit of the church. desirable bungalow, well : of obtaining raw material.,that prices b* withdrawn and that' individual into several farnj., to accommodate at $100 per acre. Can bV divided"'
TIle amount received was 5000. furnished; term to .suit pur- a number of neighbors for home' '
1 order be in accordance'with condition at a
accepted existing -
.' Yates of FL Christmas and all have splendid
+ .i, Mis ,Vida chaser.AmodernUroom. > advantages. This is well worth close in.eatip.i; ?>
.ia visiting her parents of Whittier. house, suit.r'; ; !th.'time. : lion.r term. '". r' '

s ':A party was given by Mr. and Mrs. able for two familie. or In accordance with the above recommendation, we hereby withdraw t re ta"!

w, ''Balidon Sunday night, attended by a rooming and boarding. .prl ,.. All kind of Grove., Farm., Ranches and Investments a tr'e
''to' large crowd. Mr. Bill Messer, Mr. -
'':1x'';' ''Boo Philips, Mr Jim Osteen. and several I. Ak Mr. Summer

-c." ':',!'iI ; ;otber'ate'aopytr. at )Mr. Bais- About Location: .and-Priccav.Have .,. : ..
'" doa'a Sunday night.! W* hay a largo supply ., paper stock. kand and ow prices
,w' ri i ir bas? Mr.moved Mom,to Tindall Whittier.of Narcoosse Mr-: Rilfy a small-..tract": 'of real :: .for>4 of primttef win REMAIN THE SAME i Jut,as log. as tho i NELSON REALTY CO.1: $
orange land, only "0 Pr,ACM.
'{, 'win haa moved to St. Cloud. Term given if..dsstred.; - presort sapph.luts::. kaTO'Toor: .priatiBc.drao. .. .".w-ojid at .tkboffic .
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Mr.,Young' family and Mr. : :. .. "\\J;: ,
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; '," 'YDIY..)" SEPTEMBER ,4IflL; ; ." ", ;, THE KISSIMMEE .YArL'tEY'CkZETTE.' .7-, . ;PACE 'itfederal '" .
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LfpTTC1"loBC. : TUNuCATI01l: 'NOTICE OP: ELECTION,-: the''Stato. of, Florida.. Relating' ; 'to the *: ; : :

A'd' for'Good"Would \ ...:........... Appointment of Commissioned Officer* HE.BAILEYPaUttog
\ : . : 'Whereas .n.-t'atat1l": :: ''itlfi; of the State Militia. : "
.. .
*, B> r4awB* T ti.lnt.ri. of :Be It.R.eol...... by the, Legislature bi .
i" '" TJ.8U, LAND ,OPVTCZ) at ,Gainesville under the Constitution of .lilt.of the the State of Florida mud Paper'Hang1ii' ';;
;1' Florida; Aarust *.- 1M4. mate of Florida: did pas* three Joint That the amendment to .
; .;. Roa ProveAdvantage Big MOTICB U hereby given that,WIlliam HeeeloUons'proposing- amendment to Section 1( 0/Ol1o..ln. IV of the'Con- INTERIOR,.WORK$ A'SPECIALTY\ "i
; .. ; "' a' : JT. Oarrett. of Lo bm"'" inorida. who. the Constitution 01 .the, State-of FlorIda stltutloAi of th*, Stats, of Florida Ishereby : "
r en JTebrnarr II. 'lfl read 51' \ and the same were agreed to by a agreed to- and .shall be sub 21 Mbbette Street '5'
4 Rji rr,, Serial No., 5(455 for 8W*' of .ote.o' three-fifth of all the member mltted to of the Stats for : "
r'; To NW e BrtU. elected to each honest the I.i.clloa 89-tT ,'
Florida a and KWH of Section IT. that vote.on adoption or at the next rea- .. ;,
said Joint '
andi of NBH4, Section Its Township .Resolution were entered era election . I* to sari- A "
: I* Sooth filed Bast. Tsllahaase. upon their respective. Journals, that' Section II of Article IV aball be -- '- '

.. ..-. /,,:5. Marshal B.TO nt' Meridian to mak.'Flve-year, ha notice proof of establish Intention they with did the determine yeas a4 and thereon that and the amended Boo., aa*to Governor-shall'read a. follows appoint, C.: f :THRASHER */*$) *
described Joint i t.V'A
claim aid
< -- to the land above b* .Resolution- submitted to all commissioned officers of the Btate
: fore Clerk: of the Clrcalt Court, at XlsItnmee the electoou of the State at the General Mllltla."Ineludlnr reaeral .
,,:'Following a careful analysis oftSenalor -' transportation) and, thereby lower the Florida* on the, llnd,' day. of Election In November, 1111--- for the State. .wltb an rank adjutant of brlradlerrenerai SHEET:METAL WORKER
I y ,; N., P. Bryan's .bill providing! for cost of living.. It would also mean Seuteinber,. 1(14.Claimant . '. Now, There/ore, 1; H.' Clay Crawford. ,' who shall be chief of ta<<. ', f i
name a* wetn..seetN JL Secretary of State of the State of Flor :
social and' The", dmtle Knd compensation all Steel l Cegingi Specialty $J
11&1, ,Federal aid for good roads,: United more Teligjous life .n d Tolar'or Xxrasrhsea.r ]Florida: Carry ida do hereby rive notice that a Oen.eral offieers so-.appointed shall bo fixed by a :
{I States Marshal -Clifford Brown declarei more educational ad vantages.for ererybody. Sullivan. .,of Lous-hman Florida: 1., B. Election: will be held In each ooun. law Th.'lermsof offlee of-all corn Phone 19-R. e Kledemee Fla:
Whldden. In Florida ,
of Lousrhman Florida: ft.H., ty on Tutsdar next *uooeedlov I.ion.d officer of the organised nll- .
!!( that the measure U enacted is'said;it costs. about JDt-lnston. .of Lourhmen. Florida." the first Monday ins November.' Itla shall ba continuous during the U 'i 9 .
28 cents
Flofida' } l I IlIf' .
\\I:t, into law,I will give a decided BJENRY & CHUBB. A. IX 1114, the said Tuesday being the pleasure' 4f- tb. Governor to "
.-',.. adV* lta e. as the proportions of mOney -: per ton mile to transport produce over t.- './ .' Reirleter.i.XOTICB third day, of November for the ratification such lawas; may b*. enacted; subject by the D's' J. :W. 'SIMPSOIS

that' gtnn..each state .will i country roadsseven 'mills-;per ton Resolution or rejection of, amendment the said Joint' Lerlslatura prewldlnr.foy'the/r retirement I 1
proposing1 to
.r mile over, railroads and from to TO .', for are ODe
be baaed upon area Instead of populafion -I the.Constitution.of the State ofFlor ,
,.wealth or'''mileage'.of' highways three mill per ton over water router c..;'i., (ho'Cmatr- Judge, Stet* '., vls.1A. : ,----";' i i"j 5'r DENTi1t;

r already constructed. '" .. ','.'"' .' c .. 1 These figure-show. the absolute n..., Fl:rt a-Oseeola Ce-atr. -- .Joint Resolution ,,proposing ", an .. IA'J.irt, Reeelatlea.:.. '; ''Upstairs IniCatz'Bslldlog' .
In r E.tat.'of: C. F. Prevatt SrT : Amendment to Section Six (I>. of Artlee -
J&:< .Brownsaysj_ cesslty for an improvement- the To al Creditor L.tateesIN.tributees.' of. the' Constitution of 'Propottng :An' Anendm4nt' Sectlon Ornc Hocus I 8 a. "*.' JJ

"', ,. :.IIThII measure provlde 'for the'coa-::i highways, . of,this country.. "' and all Person having. Claim or Demands the ., relating to'.County .' One .of Article ..V of the Constitution. ' ' ,13Urto. jTJjJ,1 m,
/ Officer totn.'Judiciary '
t;:;';. 'It1:1JctloneChJChT. the--.taUI,IT; ,.. :. ,- Tou, and against each of said you Estate ar*'hereby: "no Be It..revolved by the Legislature of I Bo. It'Resolve. \.b". the,-lslature of ,2'elephon.. No.e, Jun oYlvr -'
uftinR the superior credit of the United tified and required 'to- present "anyclaims the State of Florida. ; '' the Btate, of'P'lorida, ;' ' ..
States, -I favor the and demands which you or That the following amendment to -The* the following amendment to i't
'r' .; government either of )"o'r. may have against; the Section Six '(I) of Article Elffht.d). Section* One Of Article V of the Constitution bI4W.5WfCARSON; ?
adoption of this policy Inroad building estate of C. If'. Prevatt. S... deceased of the Constltntton of the State of Is hereby agreed to and shall t--r-m
x ,\../ and ,I, trust that th*/good'roads EOF Children late of Oseeola County Florida to the Florida I* hereby agreed to and shall bs proposed and submitted t* the electors DENTISV' 'ti
the .
now pending. in Congress will,beat underslsmod! administratrix of said ..- be submitted to the' electors of the of the Stats for approval or reJeetlon.a
.. ; tate *wlthln two year* from the date State O\h the ventral election to be (\; the 'next general. electionheceafrtr >.. :;
4 -this .e..lon.-and.,.that,the"t. - . .. hereof. "". ----- '_. - - held first Tuesday In November, that Is a of the'state' and members'of Dated Tty' .- UH. A. rx 1 fl.,. for ratification or rejection: One. of said Article .bal.. b* amended 'omce Hourtr' .
, ,, 'J' IIlature of the State pf 8nARAH; PREVATT. Section The Legislature. shall provide -' so a* to -*- ___ t' ,. 8 -12'16. P
k s't 1 e nex Street Arabs rat. Play Adminl.tratrlgAttorney'forE.ta. for the election by the qualified" Section 1. Th Judicial power of the ir'O@ice'phone lD8 4
wiw.feew of 10 2:, F. XRIBBS. electors In each County of the follow. Statd shall bs vested In a Supreme Resident 23
; '-J! r- constitution tp ta e. If.. ,liv. a,New York Park,. : .. Si-It Inr county oCtoers A Clerk: of tbe OouA.Circuit Courts,Courts of Recordof administered
4 ; cbAngIng our Gas
:, .. T Clrcult.court., a Sheriff. Constables, a Bscambla County'Criminal Court for extraction of teeth
rYantaee of the plan evolved by the ,-- County. Assessor of Taxes, a Tax'Collector County Court County-Joa'area and Jus ,. "
: '..! an good road bill now pending, if _. NOTICE OF EXECUTOR: FOR. FINAL a Superintendent of Public Instruction tie. of the Peace sad each other Court .... . -._- :.-
and a County-Surveyor. The or Commissions as the Legislature may
; it DISCHARQB1.. term of office of all County officersmentioned from time to time ordain and establish.Th . '
: .:"The'plank in the Democratic plat- '- in this Section shall be for Legislature may prescribe-'the R.. 3.. S.:; GEIGER.;' S .
li,; form of WK.pledged our party to the I. Co. .r* '., the Ceaatr Jadce.. State *t four years, except> that of County Assessor compensation of the Justices andJudge. D '
'involved this bill which ...rt... of Taxes and County Tax Collector of th* several courts but no :"PKYIIClAJIAJlD"vaOeo.
principles In In re Estate of ChaMes Ed..ardFrank. who shall b* sleeted for two court heretofore established under the Citisons Bank Building 't, ,$
reads .as follows! "We favor nationalaid tin Oeceola County. years ths general election to Constitution aad law of-p'lorldaahall Ellalma..;;FlorIdA.
to,the states' local aqthorlttet'io, Notice I. ,hereby given to all whom be held tn the year A. D., when bs hereby abolished. ,
ol It may concern that on the Id day of and after-whlch they shall 'b* elected Oftfc ;
maintenance Pbontit
297 84
:the. construction and November. A. D.: UU, we shall apply to for a term of four year Their powers, Ol" t
'post wads' .This. bill, which was the Honorable T. MMurpk', 'u....... of duties and compensation shall bo prescribed The vote cast In Compliance with ,Realdenee 26&,. 141yr
by law The Legislature shallprovide said amendments, and the .
known as H. R. 11686 afterwards said court aa Judge of probate for art proposed j
aa executors of the es by law" for tbe car. and custody canvass, declaratlona and return
I'- the_$enate committee on of Charles Edward Franklin, deceased of all County funds and shall thereof shall be subjected to the same
Bostoffice and poet roads, str1kingout ; and that at the 8&IIIeUIII--'_. provide the method of reporting; and rerulatlons and restrictions u are
but the title, and reported will present our final acoounta a* executor pa Provided.all such funds. - provided-by-law foernrallectlon. *-
: the' of said estate, and ask for their County Treasurers elected nth. State of Florida.' V R b. '
by'Senator Bryan, provided for aD In General Election Tield in 1(14 shall In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto T.M.J t
'construction of roads by the states Dated May let! A. D. 114. holt office for the term sleeted.. set my hand and affixed the Great "
b for construeition -. H. M. BREAKER' Seal of tbe State of Florida, at Tallahassee PHYSICIAN 8URG&OH.
the states -
\ ,and lends) to the Capital this the twen t
j ELLA )( FRANKLIN. A .....t R.e I.U. :
7s I purposes superior credit of 'the ,, tors. ty-fifth day. of July. A. D. -Iti* Offloo titer Oc*>olft Pharmacy .w
Federal government.Maintenance.. gr6n OBO. P'. PARKKR. Proposing an Amendment to Section H.. CLAY: CRAWFORD. .,
Attorney. 1C of Article IV of tbe Constitution of (SeaL) Secretary State PsO .. FUsldeoce l ,e -
I Fond. 8.f Office 148 M

.>:x There i|. also provided for maintenance n ....

.lss ; funds to be one-half of .the 10 10101010 1010 10 101 101 01 010 I IOIO 101 010 1010 101010101..010

: "amount spent each year by each state

for the purpose of keeping the roads W..L. WINN

.t in condition after they are built. This fi
", feature is thoroughly explained by PHYSICIAN t.

;?Y.' Senator Bryan, section by section, in PiOGRESSJ'VE'Business Office 2nd Floor Willson Building.

IF- :.his report accompanying the'com- IBSIDBNC PMONS USOrrica 11:_......
; .. ;mittee I which is substituted for Prons V7.DRT gtoaisa i?

,0;' ". H. R. 11686. Briefly summarizing Ms '.' o!:

report reference to the bill
; : C. L. HYATT
r-. '''-w*' find section 1, creates a andSurceon jjv
'Section\2 provides .
States highway-fund. "' ',rPhonli
for raising the highway ..,. .
means : ---- :---- -- --( .
'! also authorizes the Secretary .
:! fund. It People
4:, of the Treasury to sell bond Office 197 Kistimm" tiRea.

TH" ,payable fifty years from date of issue 248 Florida' dA

i"t"at 8 per cent the amount of bonds not

f- to exceed $ouuuuuvw! and to be nontaxable. ,

.. Section 8 requires each a GEIGER:
1 .
; H. !, .
ltate to 'establish> s highway commission 1

{. which will) !have supervision after You Should Know ATTORNEY-AT'LAw:

:"' construction and expenditure of funds. ' .' 1
'' r J::. Sect1oft 4 relater to apportionment Office State Bank Building ; .

1-t amonggtb.Ieveral.states valuation', based on oft Photo by American p.t.ClldatloD.: .... "... : KIssimm. Florida S SJ

""'., area, population, assessed .... ;-;.. ... t+
-, all taxable property, the total mileage ,Lined ups ready for a trial of speed 't" ..
of all.public roads and by striking: an In East River .
;S average *f there four elements;which ,K* these three park H"1*' bareback York city IN Qm'f-,J .PARKER; ""
of thehighway . -r"I
; will be percentage boys. Their -
(l.. average lack of clothe is not so .
:7;' funds, which each stat..willbe much because they have no shirts "a* ,Attorney-at-Law.,:

'entitled to.,", .. because they had /nst emerged from a ': Collections Cooveytacutt',' ?

,57..: Area is made .element because" of swim .when the Idea of' a foot race t' ( : ; Specialties.. '*

b''the great necessity f or.roads? population wa' proposed. So they determined to : 1121.Brodway., .
because whatever contribution is make the trial without the impedi- ; .. ,

r .'mad- is a tax oirth people's assessed mnt the useless' apparel.* That was 'S" ,"I'MJ" .M"E" E' ,'.. .,.. '. '
the taxable when camera man caught them. KJS '
fl,J valuation of the state because must bear a large property propoJt1on' Beside them stooda policeman, who : :: Q.r..KRlBBS;. ' ., :v;' ,. ,' .

c f(, of' the expense of mainten- cannot be seen in the picture,, and he r. : ... ATTORNET AT LAW'-:KIBBMMESV'FW.I
the ,
roads gave word "Go. It ."
<"-'l sine of the roads; mileago-of was a short .:" rt... \ :
I i' f ...because in this way necessity is shown race and quickly, over, and doubtless -Examination of Titles a Specialy.1Notification , : ,

t?" .,also of the money that will be r*, the speediest lad won. But of that .... and, payment -ot 'taxes .of

; .:quired to keep the roads in condition. the photographer has no record. They EGGERSGtUESS & RIEDEL. O. K. BAKERY .. non-resident given careful .,7'
i all were far ahead of him at the finish attention.! J
r..,; ''.. ''"Section 6 allows each state to receive line. E. A..Nlemeyer ...
, 20 per cent of its proportion of Carpenter and Repair ShoJI'
fund each-year by depositing Red Band Brand Candy
1 the highway '
,rt with the treasurer of the state CLEANING! HATS. Inside FumlahinPL.ScreeaiB ISc per Ib. : Pat Josnston O.: P, OcmttrOHNSTON

a'"? "4 per cent fifty-year bonds. The and Cabinet Work 'A CARRETT'tJ
,, ,treasurer is required to expend three- A Panama i delightful ac- Our: Specialty. Guaranteed Pure Atterneys at,;awl ,
: fourths of the interest paid to the cessory to one's summer wardrobe. .
: payment of the interest on the United It may be cleaned or bleached repeat Offices 10, U. 4 12 f

i ,States bonds. The balance deposit-- edly. A teaspoonful of oxalic acid to J. W. PRENTIS WATERS & CARSON GROCERY Citizens Bank Bldg. a'
., *" ed in the sinking fund and is to be a pint of lukewarm water will safely 'W. B. MAKINSON. CO. stissimmee, Florida. '

rP'icompounded t' annually at the. rate of 8 clean a panama, leghorn, milan and Piano, Organs, Talking Machine.* Co.Everything. .

i3: .. per JJent: '' The states' bonds are to be other light straw hats. Oxalic acid is Sewing Machines. Hardware, Cutlery, BoatBroadway. ,

'. cancelled at maturity wihout the pay- poisonous and must be kept away to EeaU LOVta c. lus.xv t. noTes wa1LOW')
The sinking from children. Supplies andMachinery. Law Cmmoel foe Joe...Of ti.-..- -
ent_ of the principal. riocld.R. C ,..
R. Criminal
m Oeart,
; ?t fund compounded .t Tier-cent each Apply to the hat with a soft brushor -- ;
: y
retire the Federal'bonds sponge. Clean only a small portion ASSEY. 4 WARLOW 1 die elf
will .
e / W. G. HANKINSAdding <
*," at a time and then rub off as much 'f. ... -r
moisture as possible with a clean O. F. BASS ATTORNEYS. AND COUNSELLOSJ: % ;
thefconds .
"Section 6 provide that 9. Darlington Xve.Property .
and AT
white cloth, as in this way there will Machine
will be I
issued each state en'Hitied In *
'' are be less tendency of the hat losing: its Practice I. all the Oonrta of the State; pad af ,
o ( to receive one-half of the Typewriters _' Sold oCommiaalon. Plain and Decorative the U.ltecI States, alee beteve therierldaBelreejj ..
it for up-keep and Mnsileeta sod thy IsUretete
by .
amount spent ,
built. Go over the entire hat carefully and Painting and Paperbanglng o-.IaaIOa.. '

"'.*..$,:maintenance- "Section 7 of creates road.a Unite States :when partly dry press with a mod- For Sale. 515 Spronle Ave. : Phone 17.DANN'S U-l CtSISTOM Bl4)O. ,OBLANDO.7La.fyF.H.
erately hot iron over a muslin cloth. # at
Highway Commission. Lemon Juice may be used instead of
5 ,"It is claimed for this bill that it the oxalic acid with good results. DEPARTMENT STORE. D. &. IfKAY REAL ESATE DIXIE THEATKR .

....' j Will enable each state to lay out a .

;.' 'permanent system of roads and carry NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Dry Goods, Clothing She*, AGENCY s Cool, Clean, Comfortable iaNs ,

'. ,out their plans effectually and econ. Department of the Interior U. S. Lend '"
omically. I Office at Gainesville, Florida. Au- Fambhl p." Graystone Block High Class. entertainment SUfiVEYORFrsUrnlty ,, i I
1111NOTICE ,
If 4 area'in miles is given that Daniel
square 1
t "Florida's land '
is 54.861, population in 1910, 752,619, L. McLaurhlln of Alger. Florida .who i Se and lOe Store on Third Floor Sell Land Anywhere on Conmlealo Only. Hall Eluh.-rw.'f. :
j 1911. _
$218.887,518; the on May; 10, made Homestead En (
of :assessed valuation. try. Serial No. 05486. for S 1-3 of Lots .
I' ,total :mileage of roads, 17,579. Flora S and < and N. 1.1 of Lots 4 and I, Sec- .
!: Ida' ,proportion under the provisions I tion 14. Township 11 Booth.. Range 14 COLE & UNLET 'i' E.: E. 'MAOEKCarpenter .-
cent or $4r East. Tallahassee Meridian has filed CLARK R. JL. 3. HICKS
thii bill win be .95 per notice of Intention ."'. ofp -Whilethefoure 'flantaeflr .-to e tshllsndajpi to the Optometrist and Builder Phyaidan ,
; Jewelers and
tfroker '
-- Real Estate .
,' distribution of land above described before ClerR of - .
1' : the equitable fair to all the Circuit Court at Kfsslmmee, Florida -- -. Job Work.. General Repalriag and Surgeon. nOffs'
,. -this' and is absolutely on the llth day of October. 1M4Claimant Broadway. ', Saw .
'1' states, it will be observed that Florida names as witnesses: R.. B. 26 Broadway Filing a Special, Phone
. .. much greater proportion Willis of Alrer Florida; J. B. O..en.lot 11 Darlfai' Av*. '. M,
7. 'will reap otherwise if it I Alrer. Florida; C. R. Richards ofAlrer State Bank Bid. OtRtt 41-Res.- 40
by her vast area than Florida; B. H. OUT ,of Alrer, 0 ?
based .either on population, Florida ,' > ..,.
were F. DIBBLE & SON : .
". H. C. STANFORD CO. & .
'wealth o* mileage of roads already HKNRT a CHUBB : T.. ..'ELLIS .

eonetroct d. For example if it were Register r J. 'wThompson;

W'. .based ,on population in making the ORDER FOR PVBUCATION.. Dry Goods,a Clothing and Sheer, Fancy Groceries Electrical c..tncJor. :. ,

.- comparison between Florida's ,propor- !. Circuit Crt Stele .f ...rI... SVvJth ' .
tion and that of the State of New .. Jadlrlal ct....... Oeccola Cemty. , Fnrnlahlags and Waterarur.U.btCeUect.r.: -'I 4

'", with'Tier 745,000 and la Cha.eery.City .Phone 194.WXNNEB8AWYEB. r ,
Florid Pioa220 .

.Ni York TYork: with a population' eleven! Wellford Pf, Add5 Defendant.vs.tothe 7 Notions.BUTTONHARRIS. .. -_ ' fc-'Darllngtoa---- .-- _Av___*__.:_ '. -.. .FUNERAL.DIRECTOR: , r
by affidavit appended
". 'tbDe'l* would give New York It appearing '- '9 '.
biliSled II the above-stated causethat
; her proportion' $52, OOOOO instead ,. the defendant ADd
a. W.ntord"Addl.
r.t: CO. : ERNESTO '
.:..t of $39,00.01000, a. under the provisions therein named I. a ..on- e.ldent of the ; .I.: . , GREEN ., :ilCEMSEDEUBALMER ;.,.>CI J '
wealth it state of Florida,' and I. .a resident of v. "' it;
DJU.If..baled'oa \.ILl- ,. .
r: ;of this the city of, VTashlhrtoo. District'of .' ;, ,: : .I .> 5; .. Writer ,
creater.Thereforel: : Sign sad A..a rativ.; \ ,< t.
B? -wo' ldbe, even Columbia over the are of twen Shoes / ;
p. '-Florid owing to her great area would ty-one ...*; It I* therefore ordered Boob and Stationery Painter: ,- :, . ." .
fall I-., -.:__ that said nonresident'defendant Ab* . :< ,.... I" Iis
be'favored' "
; ... to ,appear to A.. ". Te. 1 .j Stor Bred. Chapel,.Stewart A"j' !'
h !. ; 'i.Loam
KB. 7-Good..road l'Will -yjieaa"" .Vp ,_':Thr-bUl-of-complalBt-nled-ln aalA cause .+. = ''IO.; '. .-. t
; 'OD'' or before Monday the Tth day of : .
: .,J.--: September A.. D. 114, otherwise ths al -- -"' . I!
legations Mid bill will ...,taken aa. ..' 4iA' :
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L 5. :NoSix-SixtYSiX 'confessed by said defendant.<< - .P.: : : ., 4i., ". .' 'UrV&I i
.. I It Is further ordered that this. order 8TOSK rCi.1181on 'j> ;
be published one a week: for four conseouttv : '" WJa .
\ __' : ... J. 'E. Mapeulx. .
: Prep. urARNY
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; 4 0o Miss Missouri Tindall daughter "ofJames
i ," NAVAL BATTLE Off COAST Of HELIGOLAND THE POST OffiCE 0 Tindall, after an Illness of.sev
IS DISCUSSED - -- OOOOO OOOOOOOO Oi eral months, died August 29 at the'
I home of her brother at Boggy Creek.
London.-Tenty-nine killed and; 'still w-ere capable of being worked Kissimmee, Fla., Aug. 31, 1914. In the list of teachers for the winter I Her remains were taken to East' .
_. :Continued( from Page One.) thirty-eight wounded was the price continued to ,fire- The enemy turned Advertised list for the two weeks term of the city school of Kissimmeewere I Lake cemetery August 31 and laid to t
in men paid by 1 the British for the naval westward. ending: Sept. 14, 1914. I several teachers listed who are rest by the side of her mother. Fu.
.-oounty-expres8. d-the opinion; that the I 1 action against the Germans in "The forecastle of the Ariadane was S. Y. Allen, Fred Allen ((2)), Clar. either Endeavorers of the Presbyterian neral service was conducted by- Elder"''*- "i"!
c' .vegetable crop can be rained without Helgoland fight Friday. soon ablaze. Her magazine wasflooded ance Bass, C. E. Davis Miss Margrett or Christian church societies. Per- Steele.I I "
commercial fertilizer. J. F. O'Becry, but the gallant vessel was Davis, Mrs- Susie Denard, Mrs./ Claire haps the editor of the Kissimmee Val- Deceased was a devout Christianand "
.yl, / r" 'for one,.says that practically all veg- Berlin..-An eye-witness of the Joss doomed. Her crew was mustered and Fall\", Miss Clemetwe Jettison, Miss ley Gazette 'did not know that, but a member of the Latter Day .f
.,"," .etabUs. can be grown successfully on of the German cruiser Ariadne and gave three cheers for the emperor and Hattie Johnson, Miss Zara Montgomery we did. Qne of them is Miss Ruth, Saints church She leaves a father., ;
1.-.;,%'**' Cowpen land or that cotton seed meal the German torpedo boat destroyer sang the hymn "Germany above all." Mrs.. Laura Thompson. daughter or Mrs. J. W. Miller, who is three sisters and seven brothers and'':, '1
,'* used judiciously la' a fine fertilizerupscially V-1B7, in the fighting between British The sinking of the ship probablywas B. B. SIMPSON, to be the kindergarten teacher. Mrs. many friends and relatives to mount :.
ill.' :.?. for beans. Others stated and German warships off Heligoland due to the explosion of her magazine Postmaster. I Miller was formerly a state and district her death. !
".*!!? that officer, and is hostess for Secre-
they were malting compost of relates the following of .
Friday story
+ i'',' ..leaves; ete., rotted down and.! some the fight: "The enemy vanished and two German WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 9 mee tary Grace when she goes to Kissim think of such an example? "a./:
l&ld'they to hardwoodashes ships came and rescued the survivors
' try
."tb!< .. to getrtheropotta h desired. "The destroyer was--surprised a among whom were a 'great the to be It wan the Miami Metropolis which Under a large heading The Call *
Improvements on building
fog by large number of British des-
fornia Endeavorer for
August calls
;" It that is number of wounded. told of the three active Lndeavorers
I /was pointed out potash the Cafe
occupied by new Broadway
one mineral element of commercial troyers and submarines. When the "Three officers and. some seventy are rapidly nearing completion and troll that many societies of its city, I for "tithln week" September 6-13 ';:
.., fertilisers which does not leach out of speed of the German destroyer became men were killed." I the to for who were to represent their churches I for the raising of money to help make :tI
manegement expects open '
t'j; affected by the English shells it I California dry They will have 1\
,: % 'the'soil' and where the land has been turned and confronted business on Wednesday, September 9. in the first convention for Southeastern : a speh \
:. fertilized for the enemy with district meeting in West Palm cial field secreary to aid in this great
one or more seasons the intention of fighting to the end. BUTLER'S BARBER SHOP Tuesday evening: before, from 6:30
:J'- previous it contains enough potash to Her engines however, soon completely WILL MOVE TO CASINO to 7:30 o'clock, the cafe will be thrown Beach this week. Miami has more battle for righteousness. What sacrl" i
flees of kind have Florida En*
denominations in Christian
: suffice for this represented any
bi i a year to come, so to visitors. so that the public
failed her and she blown open
: up Endeavor than place in the deavorers made in efforts to make '
would well any
seaaon'iMop likely mature
<< Kenneth Butler has rented the have an opportunity 16 inspectthe '
. to Her may
prevent capture.
crew continued our state dry? !
K, Without additional fertilizer. But state but St. Petersburg and Tampa.In go
any -4
fixtures and furniture
firing until the boat disappeared Broadway corner of the Graystone building: '
Some splendid news came from Mrs.;
,th/i man with new ground faces a' beneath the wav serious problem. He must have the to all. figures showing how great in territory 'to
The narrator acknowledged the efforts ber shop from its present location society of Sanford. It was organized *
potash in some form and the growers was DeSoto county. As far as
H. M. Breaker real offices
of the British to save next to a estate '
and has members
would welcome any suggestion ai to IIARDWICK NAMED FOR we know we have net for our white I forty 1-
the German sailors that despite on Dakin avenue to the new lo-
with for
+ how- to'aupply this at a reasonable SHORT TERM SENATOR union single society within its boun- prospects more. They expect ,
the danger involved,"they launched cation. Mr. Butler ia having the casino
t cost and In sufficient quantity to put I their boats for this shop site made to suit the conveniences Macon, Sept. 4.-After a bitter daries. Field work Is the problem not I to help in State Union finance r
r the .land In condition. JWhile this In purpose. he of an up-to-date barber shop fight in the convenion Congressman yet solved for of the state. this fall and get more literature from'r :
: New Members.1 ; was progress Hardwick was neminated for the short It is good to see the interest takenIn Boston to help keep Interest up. >.\ ..
rtk'ft continues, "German ships approachedthe I and will put in new fixtures and fur- State President of Jackson
the fourteenth Curry
'Interest in the Growers' associa"VJT -, British forces and their boats and nishings. The capacity of the present term senatorshrp on temperance especially that of the 'villa has taken a trip off to Mon-' ,.
-1 Won is.steadily l growing, .Three new the German's ships picked up lurdv- shop will be considerably enlarged, ballot. by W. C.Florida T. U. division of The the good Lakeland work treat N. C, but expected to return'

f. members were 'received at Saturday ore CARD OF THANKS.We papers. home this week. We appreciate the
rmeeting! making a total'membership\ "The cruiser Ariadane arrived and JAPANESE OCCUPYING wish to thank our many kind News last week gave much space. to workers writing our office when N
the "white ribbon" favor
s, the followed the which retired SEVEN; ISLANDS NEAR a plea as a away '
of forty-five in the local body and enemy and loving: friends who helped and, on their summer vacation. '
to the of
3 St. Cloud branch association has a westward rAnd found another German GERMAN PROTECTORATE comforted .. in the Illness and deathof Union.!good women the Temperance GRACE A. TOWNSEND..
4: i membership of about twenty. The ship fighting two British battle cruiser dear sister and daughter. Interlachen Sept. 1. i iOnly
,'r; new members .are C. E.'Horner, who I Ir of the Lion class, which were London, Sept. 3.-A. dispatch to J.cur T. T. TINDALL AND FAMILY. Could savages who never heard of _,
:' 'recently; came to Klssimmee from greatly superior to the" "German. Router's' from Toklo says the Japanese the Gospel of Love act more savage One 'BROMO < '
Hammond Ind"*.and purchased a part "The Ariadane attacked gamely, have occupied seven islands near : than some members of the great,
of. the, Shake,,Rag property; C., H- but a shell put two of her boilers out Kiao-Chow and have swept up more CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING strong white; race now in Europe T To ret the (or all *.M. I.LXATIVK -' '
of commission. this the than 1,000 mines What must the converted people of BR.OUOQUININE. Loo..I.-.III ,
scattered the Germans
Despite' fight

Funk and J. D. Woodbeck by B.W. \ ..S'. Crop Acreage.' \ 'continued. Then the quarter deck -in the waters adjoining .their .the island and other missionary lands couch.sad headache and workw off cold. ale. S

The next important step In the as took,fire, ) t.thoie', ,of her. guns that Chinese stronghold. !z I ..... '.,.
'sociation's work is the crop .. .
acreage .of the county so (that the ,.. : Five Cents Per Line -
buying public can be informed what is "
",..'' to be grown_here and what may be F.lorlda'sSurpassing '.'. L-dtt Insertion; ; :.;. The Place Where Your Dime Last Like Dollar,
"'r:;;.1\It\ expected in the way of a harvest; -
:': Effort!: has been made to get a report 'FOR SALE OR TRADE-Bowling'
:. r.r. ofthe slanting\ by distributing alley Broadway. Apply to J. W. :
.: ii blanks to be filled in, but this method, a Miller: 37-4t

jt',r 'N ha. proven! unsatisfactory will be resorted and a personal'canvass to.- Grapefruit. FOR Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn THE LIMIT ( .
President Aultman appointed Andre Cockrels Pullets and Hens, inquireof @all ) STORE

:van der Meersch and Ambrose Moore Is Supreme Kl simmec.E. K. Longanecker, Route 1, :
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: f committee of two to canvass ;
T memberhsip and get these reports, TO EXCHANGE restaurant and
giving them until the first of Oc- Plant Freely of the Best Late VarietiesEach stock of merchandise, building and "

4 51 \tobir, to report If the work. requires lot; total valuation "$2,000; to ex $5 Sample Dresses 1

that 1 '...much.>tlmo.e year adds, to the supremacy of Florida's surpassing change Xor land suitable for truck $1 1.98

Strawberry Planlii. grapefruit in the market of the North. With the proceeding farming or fruit, unimproved or goiog at. _
A. S". Nelson chairman of the committee slightly improved. Can some '
education pay ,
of the
' asked to find out where strawberry American public at to the uses and merits of cash difference. A good location .
t'.- plants could be purchased, reported -i citrus fruits Florida grapefruit will become more and more here, no competition. C. E. Roblin, .
_ .' :;Lt that a number! of dealers had I popular The grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can Benton, Butler Co.. Kansas. T"._ drejiaea whlrh we are Kola* to put oa .Isle .ex1 II..T ark! :.
;....Z '.written that-they: did not haw plants make mistake in pe.ltlvelyhe ae.t remarkable valnea ever .offeredThey !. tk, 'rltr. ;.
.. ? for, sale at this" time. C. S.. Durling I' planting freely of the best varieties-.eepe- WANTED-We want a "live" man to are ._..,... made d flee white Voile, beaetlfalaad.laee /r *..braider**!
of trimmedrat la lira latent .
dally the late kinds. ctyle. They are all >lme .r._
J,.. ..ot-Starke.-Fl..sald_ e could_ fill orders .. solicit subscriptions tor the :Valley IS (a yo, a ail they are mrnlar SO.OO Talae. There. !a '
Y,.. now for the Missionary and Klon- Gazette=Florida'r Greatest Weeklyin tlirlr.0''''..- ronanrlth ....... drrura rxrrpt" that po.l$1 98 1 '
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dikes arid Lady Cornelia plants and Get -the .New Buckeye the following towns: Taft St. of, (arm arc .Usblly .nmfform. Hol.. Mo."." ..-,-.. ?

": : John Llghtfoot of Chattanooga wrote Cloud Basslnger Kisaimmee Park
;'f that he could supply plants in the Misalonary Nurseries Catalog Whittier, Haines City, Campbell, Imported German China
Narcoosee. Liberal commissions
.' Klondike and Lady Thompson.
., 2 paid to hustlers. Write, Kissimmee The war may br df. r.Tla. Chloe In (........,.. bat we hare plenty .( '
.r,,f -variety'. In 'this-conrention any tfme. the secretary, S. :This attractive-iook tells all about the culture of grapefruit Valley Gazette.WANTEDOrders. ., fj.......whatp .... are the pretty *..1... ... 1bemflfft .. k

""'. ., Fapsler stated that for the benefit as well as oranges and other citrus fruits. It describesthe for field ItHI<1AK"'ANT .'.. CUPS t
. \ unfamiliar with leading kinds-several of them cypress ANI (
; of growers who were the introductions. of Buck boxes. Prices right Oscoela Lum- ": '.'aAUCERK : fra---I 25
If ;the strawberry" beetle It was well to eye N"rtlcries. Whether you .are an experienced grower or a ber & Furniture Co. 29-tf whit. (-''1... at c
,a watch for the insects and In case new. beginner in citrus culture, this catalog 'will help ,.
they appeared to spray' the plants atone The you. FOR RENT-Modern 6-room bungalow Women's New Fall HatsOar
most successful: : practice is fully in
: : *; any poison sufficing for this. ; ; grove explained in center of town. T. M_Murphy31tf
,Members of the-fcoardpf control this book. While the catalog represents an enormous outlay ,
BCW fall bape have Just. arrived. They arc la all ..1... sad n.: w
I" t reported a pleasant vlslfr ith the St. on their part Buckeye Nurseries will be'glad to send a copy- terlala. .Caaie Cad arloet y..... *.aw while. .... atek la t.tmY -
: loud association: recently, where they free to any person intending to plant citrus fruit trees. If FOR-RENT-8-Room furnished house, pl.'.. .ar cbalre at-__JMradylawear ___98C'. '
'i found fine spirit of co-operation snd ; $15 a month.. Mr.: E. E. Wells, 203 .._ '
a i "tree! ...
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,heard Interestingeporti of crop ;, you one today'before the edition is exhausted. Broadway, Real Estate and Insure ----------------.- ..y 'J

contemplated. 'Considerable egg-plant i Nurserlbs. ance. Bring the Children .
Buckeye '
.ind barrio-"wl1l be raised 4n. the St. !, (r
r Cloud neighborhood.' I| I 1067' Otttxesta Bank: Building bWELLINGS for rent opply to M. .... ...._ : '
Tiller. We are valaa t. dee 4 a 90' ,' .I.IIT t r ...*1 ...,..... It
v JA. .NfclsoBP-also'' reported that a' s rsunpa, Fla will _.'.1. everptbl.g .....* by th..lisle far ._.... day. Hrlaaptl.Ar. 'fkiddie.
.'.- second cat of crushed limestone had ; .alas! fan art lbea> a ee a>plet..utflt.TAKE .
;.v .. FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-stor' : wi'
< .1\ '?been ordered for"members the a. store building'Brack St. North OUR PROFITS \ > ; f
... J? ocioton! and when enough ,orders ( Khssl .. H. C. Stanford 29-tf ", .
.!- ,-/.it*,;, Bordered were' m'promptly.for* another_ ear' it .would be i ceJeesBca rr FOR RENT Two 3-room flats with PERSONS & RAINEY I tw;*

\." ..'.Another dlnlt was announced for I'I't modern. conveniences. Apply at the : :

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