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 11, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00663
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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ffi SEPT.14 Paris', France Sept. 11.-The left end of the.curved German'battle line
; which on September 7 extended from Meaux to Vitry le-Francois, about 100,
r miles to the east ot Paris, has been forced.to double back.for distance
: \. : P of approximately twenty-five miles.. _:1
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,,' In spite of the-cOntained Boperness'of'the; French'official communlcatlons
it Children Are Urged To Be Valley Gazette Will Add 'J r+. t t it is evident that the actions of the past two days'which- made the- .t.4

1t I Iw I German retirement necessary constituted one of the hottes ,battles>ef the
'i }WAJV .T.ate_yeet rdayalargeumberraf utomobile.-ioaded-witlr"ltretchert'

;:'''- :';Proniptlo) Attendance 400 New NamesPART ', iIj_ ll\\ sped eostl.the out the of allies.Paris toward the east-. suggesting" '.-that'";FI -the: .action- --;;."also wasv,> '

,, s 1 I Germans seem to'realize'that-they; have-been !led Into A dangeron:: b,
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SCHOOL' FACULTY INCLUDES OF PUBLICITY FUND WILL r" position, for they have brought up reinforcements for their left..' While the' ti
: : official reports failed to Indicate the direction in which the Germans have
:.j'-i BE USED TO CIRCULATE COUNTY -
> 'TWENTY-FIVE TEACHERS AND 4 'retired, it is believed here .they :.have withdrawn to the n rth..t.,btthe
rCLOSE TO 700 PUPILS WILL BE PAPERS AMONG PROSPECTIVE direction of Epernay a town seventy miles from Paris

\\C? ENROLLED. ;IIOMESEEKERS IN THE t i The British troops having crossed the river Marne are now lea position

lvfr'';'* ( NORTH. to follow up their success. They are menacing the. Germans constantly .M.
{ with a turning movement They have the support of the French'forees left )

5 _)j School' will Monday open, morning for the year's at w6rknvnext 8:30 The Osceola county commissionersin on the banks of the river Ourcq. who are ready 'to deal with' .any German. r
reinforcements that may be brought into action -
c c'cIocR, and all parents are urged toy session this, week expressed their : v
.wend, their children promptly on the faith in the newspapers as a mediumof
A. tint; day in order that they may be advertising Florida abroad by #, 40,000 PRISONERS TAKEN BY GERMANS. .;.
4 h- ..:Xjuicltly: -classified, and that the school agreeing that a certain portion of the *
k r may begin its regular work at the ear- publicity tax fund be used to pay for i AS THEY CARRY fORTRESS OFMA'UBEUGE':
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lfe* possible moment. I 400 subscriptions to each of the ,

,.' >f. Principal R. M. Evans requests that county papers-the Kissimmee Valley Berlin (by wireless by way of Sayvllje, L. I.), Sept. 9.-Official >announcement .

i '..;.ll children' go at first to the rooms Gazette the Osceola Journal and the was made today' at army headquarters that,the... French....fort-... .
.' ,they\occupied last year and they will'thtn.be St. Cloud Tribune. These months rem of Maubeug,- on the Sambre" River.had'fallen 1-1"' ;-"- ""* *,
l .. assigned to their new,rooms.l tions are for a period of four T-- ': The Germans took 40,000 prisoners, including four generals. :,; ''Four' '"
) jatso extends a cordial invitation and it is understood that the papers hundred gun were also captured. .
;F)!.V>J pa rents and friends to attend the are to be sent to people in other states --r .*. .! r-
1 Oiliing on Monday morning. I who are seeking information about Maubeuge l is a French fortress of the first class. It is situated In the
*f : Enrollment Expected. this section of Florida and whose Department du Nord, about six miles from'the Belgian frontier.. .., h
i :'mBiC': faculty includes Prof. I names may come to the attention of I, .The German onslaughts'on this position have been determined* and,
'I': twenty-four; teachers and 'the newspapers through direct inquiry r Judgin.r'. from incomplete cable; reports they have been goingon for a week
,!y..U, is.! xpected that 700 pupils will be the Board of Trade the rail- or more. Dispatches from London; under date of September b, said that ,
.enrolled this year. Many of the teach- roads business men real estate dealers -part.of the British expeditionary'force \in, France 'was. at ,Maubeuge..assisting
'Ie,. have been in the school for years or any citizen of the county. The th.French garrison in its defense. :1 ," r ' ,
.aad I TiaVe :splendid records. The new purpose is to mail the papers out at The German general staff announnced in Berlin September 4'that two'
f''' ers Come highly recommended. once so as to set people thinking about of the Maubeuge forte had fallen, and that the .flr.of, the .German artlU ,
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,;,:y vnftlPr two changes have been made Florida at the time they are planning lery was on that date being directed against the town,'which-... in flame., ,
;", .0-["in H the teacMng'corpe as 1t wa-first their winter trips. _On the same day an official communication. given. out ,in. ,Paris said that '
t X"i announced. H., R. Tate of Tennessee Board of Trade Endorsement.J. ,Maubeuge )ntln$ec\ Its resistance-- -* r! ''f'; - - > ft! a

who1 had been engaged asa new and A. S. Nelson, '
.W. Prentis representing '
i' ; ,vteacher. In the high schol: department, the Kissimmee Board of: BUYS ALLIES' SIGN LIFE AND DEATH :
.been 1500 HEAD
: .:will not come and his place au Trade, we at the county commis :1"I'
r R. F. Webb of Tampa, Mr :
[ filled with endorsementof
meeting an
sioners' '
by of the .Tampa '. V PACT MUTUAL CONSENT( NECESSAR
s 1't,5Vebh!: a graduate this l form of advertising and a re- . ;
: several
!High Schol and has bad year. from the board that a of .
'-In Harvard.!where he devoted hi. time.. quest the publicity fund be used th Cart OF O"SCEOrA'COUNTY CATTLEEvidence London,. Sept. 5_(8:45 p.' m-: alllef will demand conditions of' .aoe

'i."to the study of sciences.. to Mr.. Prentis.. who is secretary,of the . Russia France and Great Britain to- without the .p vJou.\al'r..ell&. cot:: ,
,.' ; Miss ::.lu.Una.Safford., who was board, stated that every third inquiry .. day signed aa agreement that none of each of the' other. .aUi.... "",',?cp+ ,
,'havtaughtlnthe. first grade again -- -- '.exr.! the ?
k -. ,- this.,)'ear, has asked to be released and fpr infoarmation' about the citykand : that the, Osceola county fore, these eattle'will'be furnished by the consent of.all three nations have signed this declaratloa and bate.
-l-Vi!> Mica. Lucy Witherspoon has been aprIVV county contained the request for copies cattle shipped Armour and company a number of the cattle owners of the Following ia the,text of Ihe)proto affixed thereto their Be....'_ :. '
pointed tothe Teaehera of the newspapers and that he considered .on September 1 were sataifactory is county amons-.whom are .Lesley and eel 1 "Done at-.London triplicate'thle::
d' !: ,,"iT' :,. '" List of .the places the circulation of the papersa furnished by the fact that Tom Price the Carson Cattle company, Rull The undersigned,'' duly authorized (,Signed) .-E. .GRET.,v .. *V .;
7\i.v .., The list of teachers and herewith most effective means of giving peo- Armour's buyer is in the city again Baas. Henry T. Bass,.Ordla Bass, Ed thereto by, their respective governments (British:Secretary foirtForelr.. . ,
. +r\; ytwill fill ire given ::Alp ple "aU the news" of the community this week and has already contracted Wbaley and J., R Donegan.Rull ,.hereby declare .followsI Affairs) .
.'M/Evansprineipal\ ; Mis added for second and British., French and Russian "PAUL CAMBON;
PA\, \ : F. and its interests. Mr. Nelson a : larger shipment of Baas and his The
R. "son, Ordla
t'fnrnmls: :Leitner, first.assistant Ledbetter; that where information went out from stock to be sent north on'the 19th. eluding 1,217 head, was the Bass largo, :. governments mutually'agree not toconclude French Ambassador to .G..t-
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t.JiWobb.'jcience; Miss Clark.'tAtlo Clara and real estate dealers and others it was Mr. Price states that this first shipment spent several days this week at Croom peace separately daring the BritainBENCKENDORFP>, '
r e', :'historirj; Miss Louise sometimes considered biased but that went through in great shape, In Hernando county preeent war. The three governments fit'Russia.
buytnScattle.
,French; Mia Albina Smith, 8th grade acceptedat without loss of that when the term. of peace ( :Ambaaeador' to ,f' '
,' B newspaper Information was the one head, which some of which will In this shipment agree . ..
8th grade ; go
. .; A; 'Miss Emma Futeh, 7th grade A4IirsFLola'Lawler ; its face value and Impressed peopleas record was due to the careful loading They purchased 1OQO head and about come to be discussed, no -one of. the Great Britain, %

jJ:, ;'Miss Frances Langston, 7th-grade C; Miss: no other. form of literature could. of the cattle on the cars at this point. half the number were beef cattle -

'.It} ,:Cleo,Wooldrld :,e., 6th grade A;= Miss 1 Result. Obtained. I with He says the that his coiqpany, and that was he pleased will which will go to Armour. SHIP /
purchase
BRITISH CRUISER BLOWN UP BY.,
,. Jean Thomas.6th grade B; MIBi'1Jar.1 That the Board of Trade considersthe probably buy several more train loadsof Cattlemen say there will be no trou- !..>. i. j '"
A invaluable for this ble in providing all the
Wilcox, 6th grade ; newspapers stock that pr
riett stock from this section.

... f'71.'Tbom..on.w'tle Eobbltt,4th 6th grade grade A Bf;.;.Miss Miss CeceliaVX Louise: purposegoes several years the without board sayingFor set aside a The first shipment, to Armour including i I purchasers cattle will be may forthcoming want. They as say long the as BLOWN UP BY MINELondon. - MINE; 300 RESCUED,- i (
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'verstret, 4th grade B; Miss M. C. fund to insure the distribution of the 1,217 head was the largest a good price is paid for them.It -

"cfryanSd grade B A;Miss Miss Clara Lottie Stute Law- board members Gazette in freely other acknowledgethat sections: and est from ever this sent county.out to More one than purchaser 1,600 I is estimated that this second .-The light cruiser .-.Pathfinder" Grimsby, .England. (ViaLondonL.t) t\,' > .'_ '.

W 1er: Id grade ; :Medora Russell,.2d it was'one.-of-the-best-advertising head_have been to be delivered shipment' to Armour will bring $40,000or of-the British navy has Wen Nearly 800 persona rescued from the 'it:
ade-Ai-Miss Emma Yowell trade they ever did. Many of the most for shipment on the 19th. As be- more into the'county.R.WMEIKLEJON. blown up by_ a mine in the! North: sea. Wilson liner Runo by trawlers when ". :
, g de B-.Miss The loss of life is not definitely Known. the! steamshipwas! sunk by a mine 'f
Miss Ruth Clark, 1st gnd substantial citizens of the county today on "
. rlnel lp 4
?? ; The Sydney W. Finch, was
fe lit gradar attracted to this section f paymaster the North sea Saturday afternoon
, 1i iaevLncy Witherspoon I were ENDORSE JOHNSTON OFFERS killed and the commander Capt. Francis were. landed at Grimsby and Hull f '
Miss .
on
.,.p. M. Cooke expression; through receiving copies of*the paper
M. wounded. ,
t. i Leaks was The .
Sunday. work of ?
Min Ruth I them until interest prompt trawl- I ,
an
; Beals, music; and reading
1Iyrt 1aaY Six officers and officers
junior two petty fin, the Silanlon, Strethon Cameo and
teacher. and down fromsee'
' .. ;: ,ButlqfVkindergarten. wall created they what came Florida was TOR STATE ATTORNEYThe SERVICES TO COUNTRY' are meeting Prince Victor, saved the lives of near ,
.. I I L ne.:NoLthto n'' The Pathfinder I. the second Brit- ly all oh board., .
cal : HI th"h -
fi FE> of road for Florida to build. 'For The one I saw in operation 45 1T Osceola county commissionersthis 'R. W. Meiklejon has sold his North sea. She. was of 2,940 tons crew and all but twenty-seven of the 1- '
reason that it utilizes the sand raised high enough to permit a "e week sent a letter to Governor horses to Mann and WKidden and is and carried a complement of 286 men. passenger are safe in this port. The l
.rk fi .;,,.; aterial ft have in abundance, to,, be backed under the die '** Trammel endorsing the candidacy of preparing to leave Kissimmee Saturday ; She was commissioned at PortsmouthIn Silanion )picked up 128 survivors the ,'I
I do not want to start a controversyegardlng c/ute: for.loading. It required o1'' Pat Johnston for state's attorney of week for Ottawa Canada where: October 1918 and was attached to Cameo saved pearly 100 and, the other -. ;
: .h the relative merits of dir'erent Ex minutes to mix a batch of the Seventh Judicial District:: Cary he will offer hlmeeil for service in the eighth flotillaEMPEROR : two whaler 70.
", types of roads but I will make bic yard of the road mixture. the Th Runo was bound from 'Hull ,, '
D. Landis, the present state's attorney European war or-wherever hi* on v i ,
;" r'sl' he positive statement that considerng How Material !. Spread *,h in the Seventh district, has ten country may send him. Mrs. Mcbde- SENDS the long trip'across the- North tea to: ti.

...'My first cost, durability oil-sand, hrosaeto From the mixer the material i 14'. dered his resignation to the governor accompany him to Canada and Archangel and her- passenger ',veremo.tly
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cost,
a..!'hq nd maintenance that Flork ed into bottom dump wagons :and the vacancy will be filled by ap- offer her service to the Red Cross Russian from ?America,. returning
road
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re the superior of any hauled withoutto pointment. organization as a trained nurse. to Russia with'their'womenand '
' liqu -m' build. yard the road capacity dumped-onto a Up to this time Mr. Johnston Is the Mr. Meiklejon baR done military duty PROTEST TO PRESIDENT children.. The'boat.hit the min ,
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J! .report to the. commissioners of local who has announced his before serving in both the British lit Jnid. tern on'aturday.,, Curing: "-
teen board and from the board la e- only man ..
t ronntY" contains, in a brief form, ing sled onto the ..ubgradeIt wa intention of seeking the appointmentand army and{ navy. He was midshipman W. bfngto Sept. ll.-President fine weather. The explosion wa ter... 1( '
ca* the information. regarding oilwOrrof for four in the Wilson received riflcjtndia; l r.portloJi i of:the'shipwas ,
: iMr qusn full to the desired thicknesi et sentiment in the county appearsto year Royal Naval today a personal ca-
%aud roads that Is necessary tq a spread roadbed, having bee be in his favor. George DeCottes, Reserves before tom ng*to Americaon blegram from Emperor William of shattered., ,Sev..Hpa..n..n i 'f 'iY\
the 6
f;,|',' jCjanderstanding of the-theory of construc-and. viously rakes shaped to the desired a Sanford man is also seeking the the Ship JL.. M. S. Durham, then Germany, protesting, against the use were injured and o.oe waa'killed." 1 ;
1'res. % on and eost of'this type road Small wooden blocks appointment. entered army,service in Canada, where by tHe allied armies of dum dum'bullets r
. y las-1 have been askey Mr Scott, section. he lieutenant of the and "the the '
was 15th Light participation }n war
(the president of the Polk County what Good, spikes the in sub-grade them for handles to serve were as t.O..OO.400.00tOOttt... Horse cavalry,company, stationed at by. civilians of Belgium. The message RUSSIANS BRING DOWN : .rt .
tell on
tor yon .
Roads .association .
'"i{': thickness of mi Calgary Alberta Canada. also expressed the German emperors .
I the
for required
,'IJ.',f "know of oil-sand roads, wifreadyou the surface wa OF CSAZETTE. F. S. Jenkins Mr. Meiklelon's part- deep regret at the destructionof
TO READERS THE
After -
spreading
the that is
.report IEPPEIINDIRIGIBL
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'that part-of here has -the of Ixxrvain.-
ner applied'for service Belgian city !
,' with one-ton section horse < 'f : .Z ; liJ
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Oa'' Rtinent to the subject .is , .,- 4 and hopes_to be sent to the front "My heart bleeds for Louvain," I. r,
This. wron t --1--; . .
.011.s.n4..Roadsof.Massachusetts. might In weak in th !I one.of...the phased the emperor,is un*. : ._ .- j-j"- ': Lll .!' iltJUMJ- 3 i-
Gazette its ,
The.oil-sand roads of Massachnett result spots. .The offers apologies derstood to have.tfsed. He declared, ,>etrogr 'dVla: London);.;..Rnslana. >,' ,. ).
'- tra.efront *
comprislrfg',about 100. miles;: as the"horses"necessarily *"T6r not"belQg able--to fret your BADIYIBEATENMAY' : the near Seida."fired' nd. *' ;
that of Belgium An cap\ured/
,- feet//* AUSTRIA hover, population ? r
j. constructed with various: of the roller and their naper to you on time this 'week, O '
been Zeppelinairshipwith'it
have had offered such resistance that 'thirty the urn
inches into + but the delaywaa 't'
four
r 1 1j. .unavoidable
'which the three or
'. :. binders some.of are his; generals' many eases'had found pants/Including1,'twa staff-offieera>; '
No additional because of break in : y :.t
machinery T
j.'... [oiillalreflners" manufactured of.them \'prod terial paet.ecl'm.terial.waa'plaoedin'tha, holesmader I,.just a tthe time a of going to pre ..;* ASK 'FOR'TER'MS it necessary to,, administer, severe )pun-tH' and twp/gunners,',together witbfex' ; .i a.
and-some | plosives, lau1)d'photo8'hpM' : '1M" .t
t filling depending--P': !the of + ; l
.Through courtesy The t; lahment'i .
both coal and water their +
''.' 'made from ,Ruaslanlso brought-down: 'f j )
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of-the.ma terial by'fI': Osceola Journal 0 c'
'.The.total mileage built by.the 'Ironing out .management' I plane inwhich> *. Austriaueole ;
London w an 'tf.
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gas. ; is'40'the' ; balancehaving I quent .rolling, whlch-isrdons i ; ,,at"The O EnglandSept.; 11A dispatch UNd4IMED. LETTERS ; :
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Commission plan '
.t Highway been built by the small ten-ton tandem roller. From n Jourlant.4.;:. '' ",;. '. O 1 'to: the Chrenlcle'from,\ ;..'.Petrograd . 'i,' : ,;'J'""
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; ,been built 19 hours are permitted to ela 1* : fy- -'f* '.'-"" < '. ? : say f.1 ,-. ,,r \ : '
: towns.! All of'them have : 'o i : i AT f.POSJ.Offlf 'iL-c.Br.ANFoRD.'W.\Yil', : ';ft ; (
''Prac- tween the rolling with the light"- f. l j. "In,Russian, and foreign'diplomat!* l ,\,
; .' th.state specifications.! ., . .. ... "' ,
Wider ; I and'the 'rollingwith a eaT ; Circle it Is-believed Austria/wiD sue c. .''' .. ; .BUYJNG HBW. .,t: }
';Jtkally.... all.of thes road*can be calledj'.. !j ,.:Jl..m.Bf.AJd.tm *lad D.WII: for,peace wjthin A fortnight-- a* ''th* I" Ill l";' ''''::-.J'Ja.o'SepL;?::1914.?;' r 1\0\ '-'. ""- '" .""',.: .,. <'//r'. l. '1 ...

er-, ton-Alderman of Baasenger, motored only-means. of avoiding a complete I' 'AdT ;iMiIsi for,,the 'two week* ".IL'Ci'Stanford left' w 'J; j -+'
oil aprVtovKUsimmea .'W dneSd. y /j tad breakup of the.empire,owing to'"rap. ending .pL IT. Ul4J.. ..!*' ; .,., for two. .... *' visit. >sa' E. .j+ ;: 'i'V j
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1 A'GE. 2., THE KISSIMMEE "" .I SEPTEMBER \11' if
V'ALIEY/: :: GAZETTE "' ""- ,. FRIDAY >|t

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T \T '- "****** Get YOUR IIORSES'SHOM.
I NEW MILLINERY f. f .

,; Homes of Prominent: Kissimm + BOARD. OF TRADERS. --* J. MOLCA
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I j The Board 'of Trade meets *
I Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in 4
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i ATTRACTS, ir I' the City HalL'A'numberof'' matt -,-*

rs of Importance ,;wiH--be discussed -'*
and members are requested 0
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.. WOMEN, r tq. OOOO OOOO.O oot.O.'

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Formal Open'jng of Two ; FROM CAROLINA VISIT IN HILLS

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New Hat ShopsBON WJ.. "Sears and family have re*
d from a trip to North Carolina
they spent sev-sral weeks vl'1 CANADIAN HORSE. SHOER AT"
TON AND LA !MODE BOTI11 ! ,!n Asheville and Skyland. While
ATTRACTIVE STOKES AND :) Mr. Sears made a five day trip ./ J. Dann't : Wagon Shop I

SHOW SPLENDID LINE OP ]' Washington; City on legal business EMMETT STREET" Near BROADWAY'Only
Ir K while there made a number, of
FASHIONABLE GOODS. r
/ acquaintances among con- '
-- Ark smen. Mr. Sears says he spent One "BROAtO, QUININE" ,

,; Fashion gossip this week centered j jon I time in the visitors' gallery To set the ftvnulne' ,call for full name, LAXA-.
the formal openings of Kisnimmce'jjJ'I congtess at work and "get TIVMBHOMOIHJ1NINK. Look'fon '
GkOVll. Cure. Cold in One .
a Day.
"" two new millinery stores, and all the onto the ropes." cough and beadachv.sad worlm' OB Ool4: ,top?5o..
t maids and matrons in town were out
_. _.
} Tuesday afternoon to nee the many I --- - ---'-' ---- -

fetching hats on display. So' attractive

were_the unopa in appearance ando
irresistible the new fall styles in I i .
millinery that the crowd went first ,!, The Favorite Store of KissimmedGar'dWf
other and back I ,_
to one place then the :-
hats,' Inspecting:
again--trying on
gowns and having a thoroughly good

p time.Never before had Kinslmmee had I I )JJ

d' '. ,,,' quite such an elaborate fashion parade
j' in one day. The new shops are .dig'Vttlflpd" I RESIDENCE OF J. W.. HARRIS, RANDOLPH STREET. .
al'iowLvI' 1
''' Un..tlv and both are - .
: ing a' splendid stock of as chic hats

a.* 'could be bought in any market- NOTED RUSSIAN IS
La !Mode Shop. BAND READY FLORIDA '

The LaMode shop on Broadway car-!I '

rr? .. rice a fashionable line of women's GUEST OF .e '; :{
: .SHAKERS
"ready wear as well an millinery. CAR VISITS i
the opening Tuesday the new coat
I I FOR
CONCERTSKissimmee Tools
:k nits, dresses and wraps were shown MrBoris Hay tin. the noted Russian -
visitors to Traveling in the
,; on living models enabling journalist and social reformer "Florida
workmanship and Car F. M. Thomas
I
examine materials, the Sr."F.
visiting Shaker
now Colony believes
style points embodied in as, Jr., and W. E. Allen
. the leading
the European war will be fol- is
particularly fortunate
te showing it Haven
each garment. From lowed by a series of social upheavalsin jn the possession of passed through
a home band .
that dark blue green and this week on a scouting trip
Is evident almost every civilized country. Ills wHich is composed of real musicians
the favorite colors of this section of the
black are among of the opinion is based upon his close obser- who are giving a great deal of time to state
The nary starting on a
rage
for street clothes. vatioq and wide knowledge of industrial to practice so as to be for for Fall
tunic continues and many models ready con- the latter part of the Planting
long conditions both in
and
C show the graceful semi-fitted basque- America: Europe cert work this winter.A purpose of advertising .
like waists with full sections below The new feature of the city's enter. er states. It is planned to
Russian-Japanese of 1905
i the general effect is a slender war tainment for winter visitors this com- pa September 29 and follow
though was, in his opinion, of the chief
,, .. silhouette. Coats have taken on new causes of the Russian one revolution which ing season will be these band concerts, along the eastern coast of NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT YOUR GARDENING TOOLS.. l
and slender lines with Just a suggestion I given out in the open weekly. Hard. j States as far north as ,,;'
commenced that
;' of fitting at the waist and a widening Mr.: Hay tin during, a great war.admirer, of ly any form of entertainment appeals l I go west as far as Medicine, I WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE Of ALL KINDS OF TOOLS FROM .At
and I more to tourists who like return south by of the '
effect at the bottom capes Leo has staying outof way ;
Count Tolstoi, himself been
both doors and absorbing all the Floridaair pi Valley. About-one i
as a separate -
retain their popularity very active in promulgating his own LAWN MOWERS TO RAKES AND GRUBBING HOOKS. DON'T
and
} sort of addition. they cancarry but at the same towns will be visited en
wrap iooall.of social and industrial reform. f
time want some amusement. Iin each town where a" is '
'- coats. He had just finished his investigationsinto stop LET YOUR NEIGHBORS GET AHEAD OF YOU AND GET THE I
to
proposed on a ,
s the social and industrial condi- For some time the band members put?
have been making an occasional show'of Florida scenes at --= -,
tions Qf the United States and was appearance -
salesales !! in theatre. The trip will PICK OF OUR STOCK '
when the public and have done creditable -
about to return to Europe
days and will be in
work. The members meet twicea charge
war broke out. Learning that his
and to add to the pleasant week for regular practice and needless Thomas Sr. /
of Schenectady -
W h day; friend Mr. Vergil Shaw -
the While in Kissimmee
a pianist furnished music through N. Y., was sojourning at the to say they are becoming more the
announced Mr. Thomas Come NowWHEN
and his
opening hours. Mrs. Logan Shaker colony Mr.' Haytin came to efficient all the time as well as increasing party
: stock had ,not their repertoire. It is the newspaper offices and s
her ready-to-wear will really
that Florida, where he probably remain
all arrived in time for the opening with the Shaker community until a pleasure to hear they play and the members of the board of
informal '
: and that and a special wraps showing, the late of evening season conditions are more. favorable for his anticipated.open air concerts are 'being happily Bank building meeting Mr.held Thomas in PRICES ARE LOW AND THE STOCK IS LARGE. NO MATTER .

gowns later. work in Europe.TO I I proposition to the board
Li-a, molts.. etc. would Bon be Ton.arranged. Following is the roster and Instrumentation films made in Kissimmee to C WHAT YOU MAY NEED IN THE LINE OF GENERAL HARD- '
MEN OF BRITISH BIRTH of the band:
in the Will son I this trip and show them
I
4'' building Darlington Ton fjhop avenue was a LIVING IN FLORIDA Clyde Buzza flute and piccolo: made in various sections of WARE WE HAVE IT. ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES PREVAIL ALL ./.
Charley! Rogero Cecil Edward The board "
of millinery flowers Prentis members took
land
i veritable fairy :' September 2, 1914. Newton William under THROUGH OUR STORE THIS WEEK.
music Tuesday. It is a particularly Hansel Claude advisement and it a},
and attractive shop with .It. rich If ever there was a time when'everyone Johnson Harold Buzza, Arthur Cooper { brought up at the regular
and floor cover- of British birth ought to help clarinets. Monday'night. Mr. Thomas .l"0

.' mission of green furnishings velvet,and on opening his own country, that time Is' now T. J. Smith Ward Estey Leon Es- through Kissimmee again on ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES
ings of
Florida us
In some
British
its decorative effect "was. increased We tey, Nathan Bryan cornets- day do
+ r American citizens-cannot
bowl of roses provided as. now .Lawrence
by a great less fortunate Griffin Roy Prentis
and much., ,,Let us remember our horns. .

; '' 'favors ted plants for guests scattered about the room. kinsmen and'do all, -that wean J. W. Prentis; baritone. i No. .666 i. Hardware
are of black Osceola
unusually large showing been "TonRogeroJ J. M. Hoffman Company
An surroundIngs '. The Prince of Wales fund has Harper "A
velvet hats in these artistic , formed to alleviate distress in Great Casler, H. E. Fairman. trombones.. I 'TUs Is.preteriptloa prepared'
' caused exclamations of delight Britain and Inland, and the Duke of Walter Thomas B-flat baas. 'tot MALARIA or CHILLS A. \\1 ,
from all who entered there. There Connaught has formed a similar fund R. H. Ludnam A. E. eimeyer< tu. rive o*six. doses will break any
were hats in other colors of course in Canada to help sufferers there. bas. : i I,If Ukea then as a tonic the F.
$ but black predominated and collective There are also cases of acute distress W. M. Tiller W. G. Hankins drums. return. It acts on the liver
r. they appeared prettier than is steno directly traceable to the war, amongstsome J. D. Woodbeck director. Calomel aad does not ripe or I
r. beenPink ,
*lse could have of the British now in Florida, I
." ticeable color in trimmings delicate .
'i is absolutely rav-1 and theM must also be helped. . , .
; wild-rose pink that of of Brit- - -r-T--w WW y T W arK
S | It is the fuly everyone l
ishing. ish birth to send his mite to alleviate fBeans
s While Mrs. Woodbeck were and Mrs.showing Ro- some of this widespread distress, andit for Fall |
gem and Miss Tracy is suggested that each subscribe so
the beautiful )tats one was conscious .
guests this
war
week long as
much so
music per FRESH STOCK
strains of coming .
of sweet
,,} sir lasts. This will not be a heavy burden -
behind the handsome! screensthat
from
bring in a larger -
and will probably
L of the shop. Qt. Pk.
,, r This divide music the was apartments furnished by the total than would be uncertain got by sending Giant Stringless Greenpod --_-_,,._______-_ .30 2.00 ' V f M I.. :.

J' ? eight-piece orchestra which is attracting The in larger sums of British at women Refugee-Thousand to One -_____________ .30 2.00 _
''' society dates'j'
'4e- ,T special attention excellent at work this, time and the bo- as the Queen Mary Chapter Red Valentine! _u_______________________ .25 1.50
w ft cause of Ita Daughters of the Empire has Parcel Pod Rate 6c
rendered was a real treat. and per quart; 20c per peck.
uk program Selection sent two remittances to London
7 :
rendered were
'
.I Selections
two-step, On the Old expects to soon send another. Money than4net I KILGORE

Fall,River Paul Jones Lino;;waltz, One Wonderful intended be be sentp.o sent'\Mrs.. ughrthis MontgomeryCorse SEED COMPANYPLANT

Night; Sunshine and Roses, a novelette can, No. 401 East Monroe street, CITY, FLORIDA.
Till
-. ; two-step Pleading! ; waltz, 10' .
q Jacksonville.
-' '' The Sands of The Desert Grow Cold; The Brittania club of Jacksonville .. IN ti t
Half and Half a "Castle" creation; relief fund with 1 1e
't has also organized a.
R. S ." two-step, Honey, You Was.characterlst.lcwaltz Made Far; wekly payments.. Anyone wishing his I i.
Me;>Indian Sagwa, subscription to be forwarded through j
t ; Under The Spell; two.stepr this club must send it to Mr. John.otli- _
The Good of Being ; '""" "'
What's en, care The Metropolis Jacksonville. ( "",'. 11TI' '. I I
All I. If
v '+ Aboard for Dixie numbers Land. of the program 1 If more convenient you can pay it ARE YOU LOOKING .. ..< ....._. __ ..________tie....__be.t___?.. * p+
The popular to Mr. J. W. Prentis and he will sendit
orchestra by
}'a Prof. were Chas.furnished Fischer the of Fischer's sonville.to one of the headquarters"4 in Jack Women' New Fall .Hats I J

of Kalama- .
Orchestra
y. World's Mich.Fair, a particular friend of Mr. Those desiring-- their' subscriptions ..sages sad have fast arrlvva.. Tkcr. see !. .u **I... aed _.- I
funds arlcct
coo, to to French or Belgian 7.s .W' wkll" tk* 'eell: I. e.- I
Woodbeck. go Vernalde. r eb.lee .. .__.___.._________ 98u""
, and Mrs. send them to Professor H. ----------------- _4--- ,

I r y .* The Bon Ton shop Darllngon and dressmaking avenue can care of Mr. Wm. Moore Angus, Farm Land, City Properly I ... Street II..._._.____ ____---_____.__ --._._-______. ....
is locaod on Jacksonville \
F-' parlor No. 315 West Forsyth street, '
temporarily. About' the fifteenth into of and they will be forwardedto and Grapefruit Groves Bring ,'the'Children': '
moved
:will be
\ : +, October the shop the French committee in New York : ,
one of the new stores of Mrs. PtUey'sbullding Broad Any donor who specially: wishes his . 1e dee.rsti ;. .... ..w;........." '...-aeb..1 ealldrea. :;. .
,; now'being-erected on subscription to go to the Duke of Con- and Colonization: Lands at .g."sad'lFFt..I.aet/ke.. a ete a e.rplete.F Ik eaild.airl4 car ...al.. alas, Bragtbe'la.. ".;...,ir .
I i' naught fund must please state this : 'T;
may'I I If I when paying it; otherwise the money Prices TAKE OUR PROFITS, :'l'.SONS '
.NEW BROADWAY THIS WEEK will be.sent to the Prince of Wales ,. ;"'1r
a OPENED fund except such as may be absolutely I .,
needed to help war sufferers here. & RAINE.I Y' : 1(
.
week more
1!/. .. ,After being closed a or Broad!I WALTER MUCKLOW British Vice -. .... .
,}(, ,for repairs the' restaurant to the on public Consulate Jacksonville; $.$ YOU, SAVE .DOLLARS .$ '. ,.\ ..
thl'OWIopen
!
t" was "
'i i' 'again way and on Wednesday management.under. Mr..a John new!I IF' I vine WM.; MOORE ANGAS, Jackson- BY CONSULTING US II 6CRIPTION

name .
restaurant man S. H. BULLOCK KUstmmce; ., '
,' _.._-' experienced J t R. F. E: COOKE Leesbujg;

$ ." ; T the otVaidolta-GLiis-tb.n4w.owner..and: place will henceforth JOHN S-GRAIIAM.; President, of j Farm .Land,-'Catv;.Property,- Change and Grapefruit Groves Truck DRUG='S TOR T;,'
Cafe. The .Brittania Club Jacksonville) Colonization Lands! at bargain
Broadway bulldlnCJ or prices
TM
_.,.:) Is -"Ims,,occupied by:;,the. restaurant I ALEX.'.LITTLE. South Jackson . .
) 'repaired and now appears Villes; Our office ia located Dakin '
tensfvely Avenue
'? WM. MACKLXN Dlnsmore;; on adjoining the
r >I*' modern i in every particular. t I II' J. OTH EN,Jacksonville; HoteL You'are extended a cordial invitation to make our' office. yes a Adi

:' J .CHclR'rRACfICE? :;' TONIGHT SERVICES tt REGINALD. :'.-.WHITE* .-, 'StAugu. ;f. -,,!
.+, : FOR REYIVAfc: DAVID; : : ;
# -. ... i WOODROW:, Ocala f
't*' 'who'will assist ({n sing.T '1'' "' ' : Commit'. : I a\ n a '
-'AH : BREAKER"
: ngers fl. preparations
,"i, *i.}I tM *-, .- ,- ; M.\ .& coi tn P
.kir
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( memeetinggIri people ;
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10. rwn/rp :
;
. .: eniber.:17. 'Dad Mrs.M.:?J. Hicks will ieav . ; t 'F
Inffittaj -*- ** ** .. '
eMethodi t'church tonight -Saturday >.Atlanta-where: Mrs. /:v -"' "' ff .. ... to-our'.r .. I ,y,
.munk t.* : -"W1 ** "&. *. syic"/ (1'..... .hely.. ....
atl'8:80 o'clock for, choir: Hick will enterti sanatarium' for )
*. ( ) Kissimmee .Fla. "Pr.t&; "
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"
the will .
practiM.: :Also coma/ to Laymen's! treatment. They be.accompaniedas A .do .1" ; ,'
avrvic*'ai.:t k*! Pastime Sunday, attev'" far as Jacksonville: by their. daagh ',t ,Tt ., _ _

nooft..tao'T ._ ,. ., ... ..JI ..,...' 3"_ JV.,;. r, Mrs.-T2.: !,L,<;Peary,- - ,-'" I PHoH1.41f"--- : ,,,, -s

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SRTrUBtfl 11. MN4.> TRI KISSIHMEE, VALLEY GAZITTI rkGg x rem

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r' WHAT! KIND: ,OF; ''ROADS S: ARE: '' $.JOI.' FLORIDA: ? "





;r '1iQILSANRQAJSM; Y SOL VE VEXING: PROBLEM ,


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". .t: : 1 This cost"Is-Jbased on contract work I l'-f!
VALLEY GAZETTE: PRESENTS VIEWS: OF) WilL. and Include. ,the .contractor's :profit;; ,
Art On Rcads of All Kinds The sand-clay' shoulder '
Authority recom- '
:

h ,KNOWN EXPERT( AS:TO COST' :AND MERITS Of .1, i iI mile mended for roads I' estimate of all to widths.cost ,$250. per tf

.
4. On the above basis,roads of various. 'x ,
.+i.. THIS. MUCH 'DISCUSSED- L9W-CQST ROAD widths will cost a* follows i y

9-foot rods,., .,.:..*..*.... $$2.996!> rJn.ll..

Through' 'th* :courtesy': of H.CM eland l consulting engineer' high 12-foot 10-foot roads roads ,.......*.!........,$3.330$3,910 per mile'' t

,,ways and treat paving of Polk county, the Valley Gazette ii able to give its Gets Compared.* per mil

readers definite and Valuable] information concerning the oil-sand roads, which The**'figures are for suraclng only

r 'aje being ,talked of' souch"at., : this' time. Mr. MoreJandP\wa. "the principal and make no allowance for grading

(' speaker; at the' good .roadi'meet in Eu.tll.la.t wfcek and inTiis'addresi to the and bridges. It .should be observed '
i that the widths do "
as given
i1.' good road enthusiast he,incorporated. apart of 'an'official report, made to the available width usable as the not'sand gin ;

;... : the Polk CO'ODty commissioners after a thorough investigation of the successful clay shoulders really add ,about four

ri, oil-aand roada.of'.Ma.sachu.etb; ,and method >of, constructing them., ,The. feet to the widths given. %

brief address;::.e.eompuied.by the report, is given below(' It of.is oll-aendyroida: arJ.... of th* Accost
i with, other types e

.' 'Oil-Sand Road.. 1 successful,' although there is. a wide .that'we can arrive at' .' fun' appreciation ,
" Wa ..H recognize the fact that one range in both the quality cost and of the real cheapness 'of'this
:' of the greatest needs of South Florida op-keeps the different types. Noneof TER HA vivGYfag type of road. A comparison with concrete -'' "

,: is'good roads and I think, we allieciate the roads that"'I saw are, In'my vsFi "PvlJJic Jft7A S i and ,vitrified' brick .shows. as fol ;
a the.furt.h1er. fact that the opinion equal to the Euctis road in /low*s. : ..
111.good road. is actually retard- quality. This is due I think to.the .. .fE.Y "IK1:1', : ., ":' \\\. 9-it.. 10-ft. 12lft
9 development of.:that part, of stiffer, blnderjused in tbe.Eustis road. 'MSc4dTipolNflty Oit-s&nd.-.. $2,996 $3,330' '$ 3.910,
'.. i. The conditions, as regard- The'Standard .company's Stand- :.- ) Concrete :;. .-... 7,642 8,462' ">10,100 .
\k' . -'t' effect of the lack of good ard Macadam Asphalt Binder* B is ,,' -.AY. THA7" Vii Brick '... '8,434 9,342. ; '11,160
". roads Ol'l V tlopment were aptly .G- used altogether now by the Massachusetts $ . The Initial-coat-'of a' road'doe* not
piyttetsed by act:; +.r.tre} .eettier-from Highway Commission/ nolount - : r.llfA/l . r ,'I who ws Mti'r 'tbewaover of its lower cost and also be- lug the real cost> 'The real cot ofa
..N .., the country around Lakeland. Alter1.viewing tJs better adapted to their clio f1H /, : road is"th* amount :of money r-
the bountiful crape that are mate than Bth r. ) 'Under. '_,I find some qulred, each year for Interest on' the..
.i' characteristic of that section and riding discrepancies between the '"penetra 5 fray. cot, sinking fund charges to !r"',
'. over many miles of sand roads tion" figures for the '"arlb ''* rH'a retire-the bond and maintenance'or. ,
that are also ,characteristic. of Polk ascertained from tests by the Massachusetts up-keep charges.' ,Assuming bonds
county he remarked: Tva ban con officials and those used by tin p running forty years and bearing 5 per
,. i Tinted me that yon can raise trrops the Standard Oil company In selling S a..MM. cent Interest there ,will be required
/ in this sand but you cant convince their product.' This is, however, a ti t- 7,1.8per cent per annum' on the first S
me that you can haul those; crops to technical matter and need not be discussed cost of the road for interest and sink.
market over it after you have raised here. It will suffice to say = ing fund' charge.. :The' maintenance
that the Massachusetts roads are now :- ., y a of oil-sand roads will consist of the
I One of the chief factors in the de- being built with the "Binder.B B," sold : - usual work In keeping ditches and waterways , "

lay to build good roads in South Florida by the Standard Oil company, on a open, and I weeds- cut, 'which
;. -is. the-absence x>f local road material basis of penetration;. the....Eustis -1-.atlmate--aHiO-pe-yar-per-.milev
and the consequent high cost road was built with the "Binder C" Other.maintenance will be the renew..
of building durable roads. Our counties sold by the same ,company on a basis al of,,the seal coat about one' in fiv*'
t are so large and the road mileage of 90 penetration. The Office of Public years. While Massachusetts has found
required to properly serve the territory I Roads recommends for tfcis section 7-'K"SZ' It necessary to renew'the!' sear coat '

is so great that roads costing a binder 'with a penetration of 60, 1 . .. .?+ .. one In three' I am of th-opln
$8,000 and upward per mile run to a which the' Standard Oil company's .'- : '".H'C; ; ....' ion that in th f.earl.tion. where traffic.
.II total cost' far above our ability to I I "Standard Refined Mexican Asphalt" -1 condition, and climate ,are: quite different .
', pay. Hillsboro county is at present complies with. both of which the binder utterly failed five years Is not too lone a-life

'- engaged in building 70 miles of roadsat I Win Carry Heavy Loads kW+ b r to bind the grains of sand. The cause ,to .give .the_,eaLroat. ThIs will 'cost.
,
a cost of a million dollars. Three *; of this has not been determined byj: 1 8c per square yard for each ,.renewalor
'", times 70 miles would not give Hills You will recall that one of the main $ ', the Massachusetts official as they 1 6.10 cent per'' annum. . a
boro county any more roads than itj j' objects of my trip wan to ascertain. : have built successful roads elsewhere i I Putting these three items of. interest ,

... !needs yet three times -million dollar ; why Massachusetts did not more generally i{ pL with the same binders It Is probable sinking fund charges and main ,
would be heavier load than it about this type of construction that the sand was hot enough to burn tenance together 'vr* have. the. following t"S1
in view of its low first fort and lowmaintenance
can 'carry for road improvement. I .the binders. The original road materiel :
cost. The reason appears after became loose 9-fot road will cost mIJ.. '
roads cooling, a | \$369 per
In good
The building ,
1 delay be that their climate '
to requires '
continue I black sand and is yet in that condU ,I per year ,
i. that I have mentioned roust has happened. a payement so soft to endure the winter tion, but in each case, the placing of ;j I 10-foot roads will cost .$401'per mileper
until of two things
one without that it
I weather
cracking : .'
seal has resulted _
a coat on the-surface years:
wait until such time
Either we must have increased in will not carry heavy loads on narrow in a successful road. I j,I 12-foot. roads will cost $468 per.mil
.rPolk .
r Counties so .
as our tires during the summer months. The "" /--
: Massachusetts'does not lay oilsand > b
of per year
'., wealth to warrant the building j
as wholesale firms of Boston deliver merchandise and
concrete' vitrified ,
Of costly roads surfacing on top of loo.e.n4 but in ]I I Compared with
; sufficient mileage
a await the discovery or invention through a wide Area of country every: case harden* and compacts the brick roads the showing: is.as fol.'
;. or we must of durable low-cost type ofroad. around Boston In heavy motor sub=grade by the addition, of ,day and lowu. ,- 4 t,
a trucks carrying from 8 to 15 tons and I '. '
9ft.
by rolling ,. J I 10-ft: 12-ft
To wait for the former means .
i to our road improvement for the oil-sand roads a* constructed on It will be observed from my report ,Oil-Sand '__ :" ? $369 $401' !f 46tf
postpone of while we need the Cape Cod are unable to successfully that.the Massachusetts roads are not I Concrete .. .*, 729., 802 948 J
number
r roads a years The second alternative carry such loads. I"m of the opinion all built with an asphaltic oil binder I Vit Brick! .. 867 .956 1,183
right now.
l,' of that an oil-sand road construAted. witha but that some of them are built with' represent realcost
the discovery or invention penetration of 60 will stand up un- There figure the ,
a'low-coit durable road seems to have tar binders. The tar-sand roads are of the road. the amount of money
h.. : der traffic that it be asked N
any may much harder than the oil-sand roads '
occurred in the building of the piece to that must be raised by taxation each, ;
,] of, 'oil-sand road that lave come carry. and I am a HtUe Inclined ttf think to. for them'
:we ;year pay
I visited some of the work now.in OT that, they' 'prow better. .in this *, "'
to Eustis to inspecti GOOD VIEW. A MASSACHUSFTT,01L-SANp ROAD.. may 'Inclosing, I wish to emphasis'thefact : :4
progress in Massachusetts and pb- climate the" the oil-sand the. cost be.
f Oil-Sand Road Scarce. served the methods emplov .. Theoil, .. ing about the same. To-any counties tI,1ataecurate knowledge oil.'. ft
, t General knowledge regarding' oil- which is received in barrels is broken This permits the'mixture to cool and I roads- This seal:I coat is composed of that go Into th; *' construction of oil- sand toads in this section seems to b**. 'i
1 and roads seems to be.conspicuous by out of the barrels and placed in sheet harden and while this may be necessary sand.and, a lighter oil than.uled in sand roads I.recommend that.no one scarce and any counties .that of into; ?
, its absence. During an investigationof I iron kettle. or" tanks for preliminary with the soft binder used in Massachusetts the base and must be renewed every binder. be used exclusively. ., It Is a, the building.of this type that read '
.road surfaces that I mad last year I heating. After being; brought to' thebolUnl' I am of thrx pinion that a third .year at a cost of 6c per square fact, proven by the experience of, should be very careful their roadsare
jn the interests. of a :Texas county, point it is 'transferred to the road constructed with.a stiffer binder :yard of surface treated.' ': Other than Massachusetts that nb'matter how I, built' under. proper specifications
10 states were visited and many.bnndred tank of the "hot'"mtxinjr" machine will permit of the us* of the heavy this, the'only maintenance cost on,oil. much of flilu... oil-sand appears to] and under th* supervision of men who
.' miles of Improved roads were where it is further$ heated to' the desired roller immediately after the road has sand roads has been keeping the tide be, the placing: 'of a seal coat of, the know what results.. should be obtained.:. ;,
->,1. traversed, yet not a single -mile Cf temperature and thence measured received its initial compacting with a ditches and waterways open, weed cutting proper binder'will make .it.. success.I I Wbileroads built in Florida under.
oil-sand road was.seen. At the,Goed into the ,mixer proper. _._ '. light'roller. n.is quite evident that and the occasionally,scraping-of So the Florida counties should build! the Massachusetts specifications. wftgive
.Roads Congress in Detroit last. September The sand is heated for the purpose final compacting obtained while the the surface with a very sharp-bladed roads. of various 'oil and tar binders will be giood-obtained result; yet better, 'results under.
I by:building
'c, ,' during ,a',S-days chief of expelling' moisture from it, in mixture is at a will road graderto scrape, off'the bumps and by observation of the results de- specifications that take into consideration
j where road types were the subject what appears to be rattler a crude result' in greater density of the road where the roads have become wavy. termine which Individual binders ,th1 climatic: and '
: of discussion; no mention 'was way but no better way baa yet occurred than if it is rolled after cooling. In no case have the maintenance costs prove to be the: best. ., 'traffic'"conditions ' '
a '."' made' of oil-sand.; 'Th Good Roads to the Massachusetts people. The sand used in Massachusetts, for keeping the surface in shape ex- Estimate 'of Cost of:.Oil-Sand' Roads.1, prevailing. her : o

s' Year Book of 1913. published by the After opening up a face of sand, sheet classed by them as coarse sand, is ceeded a alight fraction over-2c per Standard' H- MORELAND.;.
The all the'
of OilcompanYI
American Highway Improvement as metal pipes or tubes of two feet diameter really a gravel carrying a large percentage square yard per annum. It la my opinion -' price road '
,1.J sociation discussing types of road, and fifteen feetin length are of sand. While their specifications that'an oil-sand road in I binders is $U.25 per ,
\. .' -ranging from dirt .roads to the most placed on the ground close to'the sand prohibit any Atones larger than lion built of 60 penetration' binder, ton, F. O. B. Bayonne; N. J.,.to which -
'costly asphaltic concretes, entirely Ig-. supply. Fires are then built in+each one-half inch In any dimension, I observed need not have a seal coat placed on it must be added a' lighterage charge of Do
.' 'Stores; oil-sand. end of the pipes and the sand shoveledon many stones larger than this, for two or ,three years after Its con- 60c to New York and the freight rate ,
J .So in April last when I made my and against the pipes Experience up to two incehs. Mr. Farrington, division struction and that the light traffic from New York to Polk county points 2606''per ** . I
Eustis. rather inclined to shovel I obtaining here will result in longer $10.20; making the binders cost $ <
first trip to was has shown that it is necessary engineer of the Massachusetts a
I to be skeptical of the meritsof the sand'frOm one another Highway commission told me that on life of the teal coat than has 1 been the ton of 240 gallons, F. O. B. railroad '/ You -

, oil-sand roads. After a thorough for the purpose of stirring it up so as some of the roads where the use of experience of Massachusetts, and that station Figuring unloading'charge >
. 1 lnvestigation the Enstls materiaits to obviate the retention of moisture coarse sand was inadvisable, on account the stiffer binder will prevent bunch- of 20c per. ton. and a hauling! +
of mil and the
40e ton
method of construction, in the center of the pile) ifr being indispensable of the long haul involved much ing. charge per "
., x and cost, its age and condition, I to good results that the finer sand was used.' In one case Massachusetts baa built oil-sand, average haul at 11.2 2 miles we have !' Want
cents
': began to think that this type of road sand be absolutely dry. It is also necessary "beach And" was used, which is very roads by two methods. The first oil- Ion$27.06 the per ton or of the binder delivered per, gal- .
t ,'0':.. might possibly offer the solution of. to see that the sand is not heated fine and round instead .of angular sand road they built was the "East- as. price .' OH*
1 r the road problem in Florida. to a temperature'.!-h.t'Will cause it experience-leads himto.think-that. roadrconstrueted $in-1905-by-th. 'C on the work. Price, 8 -J-2---cents per -. - .:..-. _.-:_- *-' --- ,.. ,,.,
= VWlAstJIay was employed-: the to'burrcthe'bblder. After being suf the only'"specif ication for sand is that 1 "Jaye method which briefly de- p.DonFOr.Tanip&: : :1 A new 6-room:bouse ;on ,
p, saLcommlssioners of Polk county to make ftelentit.dried.. the' sand is shoveled it be clean and free from foreign mat scribed, consists of sprinkling the hot The sand can be obtained at the
+ '-t.s complete report on oil-sand roads. a that} holds the ex- ter. The Office of Public Roads at binder over a prepared sub-grade eovering > side of the ro d-ln most ease and will i food street, only $100 cash :
,In the preparation of that report I visited act amourt required for a batch.' The Washington is of the opinion that the .it with sand rolling it,.sprinkling cost nothing more than the hauling' i"
'
.the'Cap* Cod country in Massarichusetts side loader is- a part of the mixing fineness and grading of the sand is of again with hot binder again covering of it to the heaters which I estimate and $15 per. "month. ; whole, ;
-; ,, where the oil-sand road machine and i* elevated by it and the extra importance but the Office is it with sand and another rolling. at 80 cents per cubic, yard.. Figuring; price only $700., "
f 'seems to have originated. At the contents dumped into the mixing working theory and Massachusetts. This method of construction has, cost 16 gallons of binder to each'cubic yard \ ,
+c,? ,end of*my investigations in Massa chamber where a rotary action does on experience. I think no apprehension about one-half as much as the "mixed" of sand and we have $2.09 as the cost,
ehueette,"' I returned to Florida convinced the mixing! The mixer is a portable need be felt about finding suit.: method but results. in a very mushy of a cubic yard of road mixture. Ask SewMrs.

I S' ) tKat'thia is the only logical machine propelled by its own power. I able sand for oil-sand construction: in road during the first year of its life. Massachusetts'. .. building iU oil-' ..,,
I y type of road for Florida _to build. For The one I saw operation. !. had been l close proximity to any of the roads in ,In the.case of the Eajtham road this sand roads of an. average uucxnesa .
,I r ;.e the that it utilizes the only raised high enough to permit a Wagon county. I mushiness was so marked that' the of 4, 1-2 inches. The:Eu,ti>' road in-i J Summers: \.
rill we.have in abundance, sand.I to be backed under the discharge "Petroleum Asphalt. road was considered failure but during dicatea that 8 1-2 inches Is ample in*. '

do not want to start a controversy cj/ute: for loading. It,required about oJoU- nd" is misnomer its second summer it was reshaped ! this section but the tapering of the
i' : r regarding the relative merits of different six: minutes to mix a batch of one cubic The' name a and rolled a seal coat placedon i thickness to feather edges as followed :.. 608 Penficld :*treet' ((La 1ie f
types of roads, but I will make yard of the road mixture. for this type of construction, convey- 1t-and it is now 'one of the best, in the Eustis road is a mistake. Mae-;' : View Cottage),. Sooth Kutun- .
; .1 th* positive statement that, consider- How'M.teri.1 ing an erroneous idea of. the binder specimen of oil-sand road they.have.i.Lsachusetts t has found no economical -
Is Spread. I
11' '"11& first' cost, durability, smoothness, used. A'more"luitable name for it This road was not resurfaced until [way as yet of protecting the edges'. m<_<____ ..J___ _'
4, Ind maintenance cost, oil-sand roads From the mixer the material is of load- would be "Petroleum Asphalt. as this 1918 when the seal coat wire.newed iof"rte, bit-sand roads from breaking'I i ...........,... .. O... ... ,
to re the superior of any road that Flora ed into bottom dump wagons two ,at a cost of 6 1-2 cents 'per down under the action of traffic passing ,
ll i 'can build. yards .capacity, hauled without' delayto exactly defines -it; the binder being square yard. .I on and off of itThey are now -
.'*':yen! : : <'O..t.I.[ ... in-* brief-form, board-and from-ther board is-Bhor! product obtained through the distillation ! Low Coat of ,Roads.Maisachnsetr two by ten Inch planks, banked with '
,' r 7T regarding ojl- eled onto the sub-grade. It was then [ a stone or clap shoulder. I am of the
:easg6 fvw e. information of crude oil and the removal builds all of its oil-
) faf nd road that is necessary to a full spread to the desired thickness been with therefrom of the lighter oils, leaving sand roads by contract, the price vary. opinion that if the edges of an oil- fk W. JPUELT t '
the roadbed having about degree
rtv'; ( iderrtandhiff of the theory, construcm rakes previously the asphaltic residue that is the bate lug from 50 to 66 cents per square sand road are beveled $0
.. on and cost of this type of road and, shaped to the' desired cross- of Mexican: crude oil. yard, not including a seal coat but including from the vertical and 'a well .
"'r," have been asked by Mr- Scott, section. Small wooden "blocks with constructed sand-clay shoulder' Is *
I'.J' of" the binder which '
the cost
the president of the Polk County Good spikes In'them for handles were placedon The theory of the oil-sand road is the commission purchases and furnishes placed against the bevel edge that the Firs ,Life, Healta and. .Accident|. ,

: Roads ..association, ,tat tell you what the sub-krade, to- serve as guidesfor Identical with that of"she asphalt to the contractor. Purchasing large results will be satisfactory.. .' I _
't.(.. .know of oil-sand roads, I will-read the'required thickness of material. In both .types'the required hardness quantities .of road oils- for not only On, a basis of 8 1-2 Inches of compacted -' :INSURANCE : ,
.".1 that part ,of the report that is After spreading, the surface was rolled -, and: wear-resisting qualities are furnished oil-sand but for surface: treatment of surfadng there wIllre, re' :
you with one-ton, section bony'drawn by .the sand which Is bound of road sur .
'! Prtinent-to the subject.s macadam and "roadrthey get qared.per square.yard, : 4
Oil-Sand Roads of Massachusetts.Theoilsand roper; This, I think; Is wt'OlIg-nd with the plastic! material, asphalt-Th a bette price-gravel than individual .contractors face,-lof.cubU yard of road mixture . ;, ,, .. .s. ee.efta' .'c :,
ry roads -of Massachusetts might result In weak spots In the road 'deterioration of an asphalt pavementis which win cost, at $2.09 per cubic NELSON
jeomprialng..bdClt., 100 ',miles, as ,the horses necessarily: traveled concurrent with-its' oxidization (or ean. 'secure. ,yard.th* sum of...,_..._. _.. ,200Otherco.ta.wif :' INSURANCE..ADEN l: I
all I
into the roads that Inspected ,
nconstructedwlth'variousbinders : front of the roller and their feet sank decomposition) which first shows, in J3. dup bet. : .
thaT. while the of t '
and. evaporation '
Of which are the T a.- three or,four inches into the.1 Icomp the hardening of :the binder which Roadbed ... __... ,. (.0&3 };
som.
Shaping : :
; cted material' No additional ,phalli!; oils,manufactured byvarious: ftnallyresulting Inthe' Is'more marked in the older roads, yet Heating Oil___-i__. _......;.035 I .t"
.thusmade
and some of them tar pro- [ was-plaoed In'th.'holes .; process continues Sand-___ .....__i:.. .030 &
oil refiners ,
'the disintegration of o' th '' mixture the oldest of them still show a high degree Heating.... -v : *
.,duds;made from both coal aMd water ,.;their,filling depending .on Th longer of plasticity. i A* evidence of -:.-..: ,;;:..;.N. :.::.H.;;-:U; :,o65Distributer -= '
material subsequent the pavement.: .. ?
built,b the ironing out of the by forming { >
:mileage y .06K ?
f ps;; ;Th.Commission total Ii 40,'the .bal.aAoehavinq r rolling; whichis:.done ':with a this 'oxidization., ean"be retarded the the alight risk of an unsuccessful road .L: .:-ww..wMrwr.. ..:,".020 ,PtIW Card '* 6 tol4DjrS ,V, -.; >.
.,HiCbwa been built by the'.:;smalltowns. ten-ton .tandem ,roller From 6'>to greater the life of the nment.." To with oil-sand construction, I observed Rollingfcv.: _;.->' :;- .x"f- dr.eaN ....d momr: Y- foINTMIWYg.p.s.s v&
of Its sand two Specimens of road oa Superiefeadence.020, ; . aQ,4''' ,
have been built 15 hours are permitted to ,lapse between retard the oxidization Cap'Cod r
*;. .the All,state of them speeIfi catlon i..... Prac- ,the rolling with the light roller' roads; Massachusetts places a blanket I on* 'of them' built :with'an Tofaltiiost-- ., i' *'..7ard;..'.062-1'fn.4.ai..di.e.rhatr.dly. ca oeahet!Xiuw ran..Iae/eN. _, .,.. 1rM6n&app .>..
WIlder in ,
with heavy'roller, ). coat, over the .surface of'theta binder and one with afar binder, per. aquar .- '. ,L. ,;;; ..
and th rolling a oriea '
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The': 'Kissimmee Valley Gazette: ,I Osceola County-:.the Land of Opportunity, 'Oc'alcaalafformAway : .'ti',. '

PVBLIeB.n JBVBRT: FRIDXT. OFFICE IN vA..u.m'l' GAZETTE BUILDING I : '
; tro"<
i. '. JUSSIMMEB. .Q8CEOLA: COUNTT. FLORIDA. I
po pulist* were running like wildfire
.U over the and .
-country
threate .
1T.B., .HARRIS' .. ,.. _' ,_' .. ..... ,_ _' '... .. ... _. _,. ... OW. l. ,oOv.rthrow'both. the republican a .... ,
democratic parties,they had a nation. '

DBSCRIPTtON RATES: one oopr. on. r....r.........._.?..._,.___.__..... aI eonTentlOQ'' at 0ca1a. They pro-s""'-
'\L ODe op7. six month-..._.. TB*. One copy.. three months:..._.... ...Nr. t multated :what 'became' famous '..c,
"i,.f "the Ocala p1a.tform." .
.
St, : An' eonmunlaatlona.. exoept .from. our authorised correspondent,. must beedned ? ha I a That platform was denounced 'from" I
)b r the,writers !" \> one end of. the country to,the other
l, i Rejected'matter. wilt.not' be returnid'un1a.U<< called fqr: '*. as anarchistic, communistic and soda-
"t little in all Jt* tendencies and .de:-.
_ '"1Wm (Entered at. the Po.tofHc.< In Klsslmme Florida,as se6ond'elaae matter.' mand. i
S'' ''I.". r>i ' The. campaign 'prators'would take

f, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1914.0 up the initiative,' referendum and ...-'/1.

_. call, and they would tear out hair bjr ."!!
"' '-0
'
the handful. They would work them*.. 4
elves ,into 'a.' perfect frenzy because .'. o
of' thli ."attacle: on republican inatitution ,
Good Roads Are a Profitable .
and this insidious attempt. .
to undermine the judiciary."
.
-t, Investment Yet within a little more than ,.a '
i. .l I core of years we find this demand in
9&i both republican and democratic plat.
' '". i We take great pleasure in presenting to our readers on another forms all over the country; and in
o
w ; the report of H. S. Moreland. consulting highway engineer, who has been many demands states of the law Ocala providing platform..for And the'

in1 charge of the Polk county road plan. This report is of value to all it seems to be working well, too,"

people interested in good road, and it might be a good idea to cut it out Then the populists had a 'currency
ac and save it for future reference plan for -the issuance of money in
This like other progressive published in this times of financial stress. This created
"
papers
newspaper many '. .
'Ili and :
'state, ii a "good roach"advocate.. We believe in good roads became K as great'as an"an outcry attack on the wa stability characterlzed --

,,.-. 'experience ha proven to our satisfaction that the more good road a. state<
ti ha the more prosperous will be its inhabitant plan was flayed by republ..
. roads because lookupon and democrats alike And tr et, out ',j i
Some people object to the building of good they currency bill, providing fj an em 4.

it a* a useless and wasteful spending of public money. For the bene- ergency currency, ie- ;.'" fit of those we publish herewith, also. a report on good roads made by the aj ths! tmpllii Sr dnTred it.

,United State Department of Agriculture. The nub-treasury plan was another '11;
,I plank of that hated platform that wa
t This report shows that an improved road will vastly increase the productiveness "paternalistic, communistic" and aU \IK!

' ''.(( of (lie area through which it runs. It show further that before the other bad istics in the catalogue.\

the roads were unproved the average cost of hauling was twenty cents iE'I iE- of istics.< And yet today all the old ; .:

,'a "ion mile" After the: improvement this. fell to twelve cents a "ton mile." publicans and democrats who were '
so bitter in their denunciation of the '''. .'.
,' These facts ought to convince everyone that good roads are not an Ocala platform, and these plank in

-xpen.., a* some of them! seem to think, but that they are an investment it, are working at Washington have
k which pays hand.ornc dividend on the money expended. The report practically the same plan put into effect .,
, follows and it is quite more than likely)
,
: that it will be effective and will prove
g Conditions in Spolnylvama county, Va., were investigated with particular l the salvation of the producing .IHS" .

c care and the results have proved surprising. In 1909 the county voted ---r : of the country. . .
$100.000 to improve 40 miles of road. Two years after the completion of Times (change and men change)
with them. The things that we denounced
this work the railroad took in twelve months from Fredericksburg
away. as ruinous to the republic
the county neat 71.000 tons of agricultural and forest product hauled some twenty years ago are the thing
over the highways to that town. Before the improvements of the roads today that are the very bulwark of
t this total was 49,000 tons annually; in other words the quantity of the i I our institutions and the fundamental

county** produce had risen more than 45 per cent. Still more interesting of our republic.The populist. party didn't put the

however is the incresase shown In the quantity of the dairy products. In Ocala platform into effect, but it i* In .

.I.; 1909) these amounted to 114,815 pounds in 1911 to 273.028 pound, an OSCEOLA COUNTY LAND BEFORE THE HAPPY TILLER TRANSFORMS IT INTO A ARD N.I effect just the same, and to the popu--
.... __ lists due the credit of starting
j is
increase of practically 140 per cent in two years. In the same time shipment -

sl of wheat had increased 59 per cent, tobacco 31 per cent and lumber THIS EDITOR HAS 'THE RIGHT I things and resulted making in the these plane that addition ulumatc'y -

t! and other,forest product 48 per cent. . Here Is An Editor Who Believes the IDEA. to our governmental OlIcy that are
I?"' I In addition to this increase in quantity the cost of hauling each ton I WAR TAX working out to the good of the pea

F -of produce was materially reduced. In other words, the farmer not only Farmer Necessary to the NationIt This country should not be asseseda ple.-Jacksonville Metropolis.

fas produce more, but produce more cheaply for the cost of transportation to war tax. We are, not sustaining o
market i* of course an important factor in the coat production. From force. in the field, nor suffering the Estero.-Estero Packing company,
just beats the dickens how some of these Florida editorfrant and losses associated with armies in a capital stock- $3,000, incorporated by
this of i. estimated that the paw
view $100.000 in the
point it improving
; }r spent A. C. Marshall, Sam Scott, Conrad
r the earth about which, death grapple of desolation and de
thing don't
up concern them in the least
roads of saved the farmers of that
Spotsylvania
$4IOOC and others.
s county county Menge
\ spair. Our commerce for the time
Just think here is the editor of the St. Andrews Journal who actually I
a year. being is demoralized and receipts from
%u In the past year the traffic studies of the Federal expert show thai has the nerve to ask why the govrnment can't find a way to lead-Baoaey directly imports will be greatly reduced, but

approximately an of 65,000 ton of outgoing product hauled to the farmer on the MUM security the banker now accepts.: : there. is a better remedy than a war
average
.t were Certainly!; this is a most dangerous doctrine. Why it would be "un tax on the people. <':
+ over the roads in
improved the distance of mile
county an average eight What: is the matter with this bil
u constitutional. If YOU. Are ,
+ r or a total of 520,000 "ton miles." Before the road were improved it was Absolutely positively unconstitutional! lion-dollar Congress Matting down its jJ j jI

estimated that the average cost of hauling wa 20, cents a "ton mile." after This fungy editor really believe that the farmer!is a necessary: part of the appropriations to meet the changed
nation and that he ought to at least get a "square deal" from the government conditions T This can and ought to be
i the improvement this fell to 12 cents a "ton mile or a saving of 8 cent*,.
I which only goes to show that there are still a few editor who suffer from thatpeculiar done. A good business man suddenly ,
; ,. A ..avinl'of 8 ants per mile on 520.()()(} "ton mile i i. $41.000 a year. Thecounty' confronted with a falling off in income .F''
hallucination of the mind which makes them believe that the producer THINKING OF BUILDING A
fti r investment of $100,000 in other word return a dividend of 40 '.f would at once curtail expenses. The .
L M more importance to the nation than the banker.
per cent annually. nation should do the same thing*-Cocoa HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET-
? In Dinwiddie county Virginia, for example, where peanut are one pf f Well well just bet a' small-sized, mouse-col.red mule that this editor New and Star. k 1
doesn't understand the first about o ME FIGURES WITH YOU. ',:.
thing "scientific"
our banking
"t the-staple the load for two mule main road about .y.tfm. ,
crop average on a wa A CRAZY SYSTEM. ALL RIGHT. j
1,000 pound before the road was improved. After its improvement the You know it', the greatest on earth-for the national banker I All he ha to I

average load was found to be 2,000 pound and the time consumed in hauling do i i. buy United States government bond, pocket hit'interest on the bonds in The Kissimmee Gazette gleefully I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH :
advance. pay % ef oa. per amt for the privilege of i laming his notes, the shipment of, 1,200 head of
the larger load market much reduced. In other own money-
words
__ to wa one man which he then lend "' :.cattle from Osceola county to Chicago PLANS AND ESTIMATES : .
with 'and twomule.could do than twice to the fanner* and.other "easy mara"at .10 per cent where the "
a wagon : more a* much .work with and .. cows brought $3.65 per 0 'i'
the improved,, road than with an 'unimproved'road. This i ii the explanationof up. I 100 pounds and the stare S4.25.' ; AT ROCK BOTTOMPRICES.
extraordinary. rise in the total agricultural products in Some system. .' some system I f That'"scientific": with a capital S.. These cattle. will probably form portions .**''.*' '>
output ,
.
a .
'Here i..thi.' dangerous"" JitoriaL.Read: it '' of reshipmentsof: meats to .. ' l",. y
.
_county: ,with a, good road. system.' w THE GOVERNMENTS: FOR/FLEECING'1 ; Florida, for which consumers will pay .. J..' ;
PLAN / 1i
rrr '. THE FARMERS.. from five to ten .times the price the '.
On- another page i* given the'plan of the government for supplying Chicago packers paid. for the animals ;
& / Refusing 936 Inches of Foreign -money to the farmers' to enable them to hold their products. until -Pal atka News. W.H.ARNOLD
a market; is made for them. I
The secretary of the treasury has the power to issue a billion MUCH OBLIGED. .
? Advertising OneWeek dollars\ additional currency if required and it'is left to his discretion to The Kissimmee-Valley Gazette is i Contractor and Builder, .
issue the amount or such part of it as i* needed to harvest and carry
the one of the brightest exchanges on our
crop KISSIMMEE, FLA. a
p.l During the past week the Valley Gazette refusedthree foreign advertising The plan is to issue thi. money to national banks, (not state list.-Crystal River News.

contracts. One of these.contraclf called for 624 inches of space the banks) upon their note secured by warehouse receipts for cotton' The Jordan 0 is the world's most 124 Sumner St. Phone 266., +
I second one called for 312 ioche*. while the third advertiser wanted to bestow and tobacco. These notes will be accepted at 76 per cent of their face crooked river, wandering 213 miles to '
value. Thus the banks, in agricultural: sections of the country will
white in the cover sixty.
upon us a elephant shape of a scholarship in a "business college" be able
i to- secure money to advance the farmers upon warehouse! receipts i
% s in payment for advertising space. for their product I -. -. ._ It-
9. tr Two of these contracts were refused bcause the rate offered was below It may be seen that the plan may supply money to carry the \ '

j 41 our fixed price, and as we never exchange our space for anything but cash cotton and tobacco growers of the South past the period of a limited FLORIDA

-i f the third advertiser was politely informed that he ceuld get publicity .for his market caused by the European war. But the amount of money I ANDWESTERN M'EATSI :j
.... business the banks will be able to get: Is'-left to the discretion of the govern
at inch.
twenty cents per ment through tlwf.secretary of the treasury, and the amount the \{.
':,. .l'. 'We wish 'that all publishers of weekly paper* in the state would ee fit to farmer may get I* optlonary with the bankers Doesn't this place
.1,1. ._ establish an advertising rate and then hold to That rate under all circum- farmer*'at the mercy of the national banks If insured cotton and '

stances.. It would simplifymalter and would save a lot of trouble and tobacco in bonded warehouses is'good security-for the banker's note, "C
for the worry why should it not be taken by the government for the farmer's note
;- t publisher who are trying to maintain their. rates in the face of an and) in this way save the farmer the 8 per cent or 10 per cent interesthe tr SII
.army of free space grafters. must pay to the banker Why should this currency be loanedto t

v ,' 'There is no sense in having "any old rate" for your space. There is no the banks upon the farmer's security to be reloaned to him ? Why int

.; Reason why Jones should pay only ten cent per inch while at the same time this graft Is it true-that the people s government can find no plan
by which it can deal directly with them? '
Smith i. fifteen
cents. Some time other
paying or Jones meets Smith and
We deposit savings with through its
is can our our government
tells him that he t I
buy space at ten cent per inch. Of course Smith want agents-the postmasters. Then why cannot we borrow money from ; hlT"a

to know why he has to pay more for hit space than Jones does, then its up to our. government without giving a profit to middlemen?

td you to explain a question which never can be explained to the satisfaction off / I h ly


I Smith.No newpaper is ever respected so long as it-_ "hock its pace at any : I r How To Smash Mail Order Houses II IIMail 11ft
!
\ old price' You may have a graduated rate card or a flat rate, but whichever I 9 iqul4l,

one you do adopt you 'should hold to. If Smith contract for a thousand ordet business i it that department of, business whereby through &

e k,I providing inches of he pace contract at fifteen for the cent per inch. Jones ought to get the same rate. the medium, of advertising merchandise is sold direct to the consumer by I &I1LL V VIj ,
same amount of pace.
business and bound
.. The boneyard it filled with the mail This .has, grown in leap Why Because
remain
of editor who sold their
space the local merchant does'not keep pace with the increasing demand of an
at old who traded it
rate or in for
any exchange scholarship: cheap piano increasing population:
six package of garden seed and other junk of a like. nature. That kind of
4 The five big wail order houses Chicago receive on an average of '
*tof useless stuff doesn't pay for paper ink metal, overhead labor, etc It TiiJ'i
250,000 order a day And this ;enormous business come from communities %
.takes real had
: cash to meet those rapidly accumulating bill .
.
.y whose natural. trader belong! to the local merchant. The local I
,f{;. Pabfisaiag a newspaper i* a basinets. You have invested 50 many dolIan merchant mu.t'malte more 'effort to hold his business and get new
.
,:; in'Tour plant so many dollars in establishing business.. ..
your soy business concerns make
"; "' or the big will greater inroads. He must beat the
,.., doOars in baildwf ap a drcalatioa wkick mean* that yea lava f ataeree1tefetaer mail order house of their own:came. He can do this by handling honest "Our PricesAE solicit -your butcher trade. &
x : .Jnta. eae newspaper family .e saaay ........* of weekly reader honest ti
roode'at price and telling about the good in such ,
: a way that main inducement i LOW PBICES.Hplf .
/ t.: J ur.BewPPr: goes into the home. of these subscriber And merchant *
: a
",'* people will believe' him Fault finding- .appealing to local pride i i.
r't&! l -rs.'the, right .to solicit the' business of these reader through the column of no.avaiL' : I ) Low prices, however, mean nothing

:'i-7oUr.Dewlpaper.f at so much per inch. H. cant present U Is basiaes, t t mr without QUALITY. ,
S- o It u the. .careful, systematic elaborate and' half-truthful description We combine, both-
.sVaft.neapU. Ia a.y.otter way a* cheaply er as .(edinJ,. Therefore, 'In'mail order that hu'built the FIRST t
advertising GLASS
big mail order bus- ;
:; i. ..:: "Jp&ce ,. Bierchtndue. Its the which up Lower Cost greats at EOCg:.BOT1OM: :
your one thirig ,
you are.selling I in. .,: 'lf.theloial'merchant will be careful,
;; systematic, elaborate and r
figures. Don't '
f ]; a .fair! price: tor': it. based on your circulation: --and then i by' golly you think you ought :,to
< truthful ill all hb local. advertising he will w n.. The advertiser who .i is (
'.to' .
.:, t r. H until] the'tows come home. Of FAIR with "
h" \ i truthful will ia the end get the business. I IVinOPLAY jourwlf and 3TBY: US!, d ;
--wouldn'tlcharge' : one _man.. one dollar and a half a:7e&E r "you' OUT ,v
]Ire public can never. know Wh.t:merchant ha to sell unless M. on this statement
<. ".man ,aexentve,. ;: cents' ..d.till: 'another, one one' dollar. '
telli'aboutit.-Them is
BO betterfriend .of' the:merchant and no' better
;1.; : .ch.rre.1;1 every1 '.man the established subscription rata. :/ Why ttaeritu"oF'publicity: than,.the Io al''nape f:: :Every, merchant who /carries.. I PARLOR MARKET '
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hav three for '. PEOPLES!! MARKET
't : .< ;: rate* youradvertising'tpace.. If it i* worth on systematic :advertising campaign in'hi. local and ,
paper properly
L '''i itTi u'wortb; ;ten. cent*.per inch per thousand 'Ci1 C1Ilatio .. See Plane Isa. J04 Broadway
f' honestly describing what he hat for,*ale:will find hi*"bu.inei.: i i. Pboie 44.
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f "But what was the reason for that spot where he threw the chest. That'i accompany met"' I Stanley! Hargreave-" And Thomas ex" 'and' Norton tramped the floor till the/ "I
.. O. O'F'OIt 100 WORDSTh fake cable from Gibraltar saying that aiL New doctor rewind this of The doctor slowly went'Into the hall "
: arm hibited his document, which was per.feetly sound of his'footsteps threatened' to
.' Million-- Dollar 'Mystery"',, Orts was dive:: ,I'don't.. anyeense mine." for .hat and coat lie left the legal, so' far as appearances drive the mowing Susan into hyav.':
tory will run for w.ata.OOD. Ia that"i, v The amateur made-a'very house and into the I -
'.ecu tire w..k. In this paper. U)'. surgeon got car with never 'went."Hurry. , : terica.. _,
{ an arrangement with the Tan The man who pulled. It' off dld./..1 good job of it; not for nothing had he a, word of protest up and get her oft the walk. "It .la only a matter of a few days.1,: .

H Ahour. Film, company. It baa beentrn.d. think for my part, that both Orts and followed fighting armies to the. front "Thinking!" said grain Leant have the crowd/growing any. "But can i the child tand the terrors

I\' the .tor possibletiot)' In this paper only but to aliM read teBe > Hargreave are dead, and that the man "Did they find anything!' .. "I am always thinking when I see larger" said the policeman, convinced. '" questioned Jones "Who knows .I. '

I It each week at the Orayston picked up by the tramp-steamer Orient ."Not up to date.- But we might If your evil'face. What devilment do So, despite'her cries and protestations i that they may not really drive her.Insane
'. i Casino.. For'the .ol>itlon of this was riding-some other baloon-" we cared to. [ They have left a buoy you require of me this time!" Florence was hustled into the I ?", 4

I., given.e mystery. story 110.000 will be "You're wrong there. The descrip over the spot they're.exploring. But -'.A'mere stroke of the pen." automobile even'.hte policeman lend On board the :'George Washingtonevery 7.....

,,' < Lion of Jt. proved that .It was, Orts' just now it floats a quarter of a mile Where are we' going!" ing a hand. one felt extremely sbrry'Ter thus : '....

i CONDITIONS CONTEST GOVERNING'<< THHJ machine. O, Jim probably has got a to theeast of the'.pot--" .. "To call on another physician of "Poor young thing! ha said to the beautiful girlIt was a frightful. ,, '

I J;: ""I 1 ''!'h. 'prise of 110.000 will be won man's Size yarn'up hit sleeve, but he's "Who were the men, in 'the motor your standing! --significantly. "It is crowd.- Come now on.. I can't fortune to be so stricken at her age .

4. ;,by the man woman, or child who a long time 'In delivering the* goods. boat that chased Jones" great thing to have friends like you have the walk blocked up.' Get a gait "She_ .U 'eutainlT'.tnIi.."' said ODe '

writes of the moet aooeptable solutlon He's beginning to mope a good deaL "Only Jones can tell you. Queer old two. Always ,ready' to serve us, for on, ,.00." r x. of the. passengers who had known t tr .

3, tb., ..d th.two- myMery.from reel of motion which picture Woman back of it 'somewhere. Have codger,'eh?" the mere I 14.. 'of it"' .' He was congratulating himself upon Hargreave slightly through,some' yal.

drama will be made and the n't held down this copy job for twelve "A bit stubborn.. He wants to ban. "There's no need of using that kind the1 orderliness of the affair .when a banking .business, ,"Hargreave wanttnarried. ;

laet two chapter of the story years without being'able to make die' it without police assistance." "' of, talk\to me. You have-me in the keen.eyed young' man In the garb of a ; JJe lived alnoe." C
written by Harold MaeOrath.
1 ) Solution. may b. cent to the some tolerable guesses. Jim's a star "And he's right We are-not aim; hollow, of 'your'band,' 'Why should I chauffeur touched his shoulder. I, After,the second day:out 'Florence
trouser Film corporation eitherhlcaeo man. When he gets started. nothing Ing arrest.any one,"*- sinisteriy. bother to deny it! I have broken the .."What's this I hear about an Insane to
was permitted wander about,. ,
or N.w' York, anr can stop him. lie covered the Chinese "There" can't'' be any draw .to this law. I broke if because I'was starr, woman?" he demanded. he the ,
up to midnight, Jan. 14.uat '* hip as pleased..
f\ bear poetoftlce mark fy>xer rebellion better than any game. Here smoking. Too much in "She .was insane, aU right They o'the s

I not -r than that date. Thisallow other correspondent there., ,I wonder. gas afloat" _ "It .Is better ,to' starve ,in. freedom had papers to--prove it' She kept-cry A good many 'passengers
to- "_4.' *** ,- week after the tint how old he is?" '- - I; Norton put the cigarets beckinto than .to eat fat joints up the river. ing that she was,, Stanley Hargreave's wet'mightily worried when they ''

L: leases.pp..r.nc and thrT.T*Mr: .the V lat.. after Him. the re- "0, I should say about thirty-one ortwo. his pocket. "What's the'real news-" I Today it-is -question of sanity." daughter." :- u - ri--- learned that the wireless had In some

r' rf last chapter I.I pas".lyahetr'fh'epapesr Here he comes now. 'Lo, Jim!" he demanded. "You 'would.not bringme '"And you want me ,to assist in "My God!I" The young man struck I mysterious way been .tampered with ,

J........_.. . In which to'aUbmlt I ..olu.I. --'IWJo} Where's Ford He gave: out here Just to rebandage that signing: away the liberty of some person his forehead In despair.- "You lhewaa after the boat had made the open sea;

] A board of three fudge will me a Ticket. iO' the 'theater' tonight, arm It really did not need it Come, who is perfectly sane?" Stanley Hargreave's daughter, It waa'impossible to, put-about. The

determine which of the many solutions and I want to pu+.MaJiead.. What's out with It." "The nail on the head urbanely and they've kidnapped her right under apparatus must be fixed. at sea

r; received I I. the moet acceptable drama coming to, anyhow?-CJgarets "You're sharp." "You're a-fine scoundrel-" vour nose! Whatwas the number And,,.h... finally Norton" 'wireleiji
The board .
of this
s will be absnlute'and judgment final. .Nothing and booze and mjsmated coufcle-- . "I'm paid to be sharp." "Not so loud!I" warnlnflr. that, car?" aught the wires of the George Wash ,'

; of a literary nature will be Can't they\ find'good enough things "I've found where the Black hundred "As loud as I ,.not forgetting "Cut out that line of talk young fellah ington lie was gravely'Informed thatthe
."li considered In the declelon.' nor out Of doors T O, I know. They caterto holds its sessions." that you need me. I'm .no ; I know my business. They had .

M tion yen of any the preference winner of In the the 110.000"elec a lot of fools who believe that what "By George, that is n.wal"! coward. I recogniso that you hold the the proper documents-" young lady referred to had leapedthe

prise. The last two reels, which they see is an expression of high life.I room above is vacant A lit.- whip hand. But you can send me to "But you hadn't brains enough to rail off the Banks at'night and had .
will give the' most acceptable solution in .New York and London. tle'101. who knows the chair before III crawl drowned .
\ .- And it's in the ceilina-. and to you. inquire whether they were genuine or been/ -She had Dot been 'p
to the mystery.'will be "
'.'.. ented In the theater having pre-this rot plain rotIt's merely the scum what might happen?" Now/ leave me alone for awhile:" not! You wait! shrilled the chau- missed, till the following morning.' ., ,

fI feature .. soon ae It 1 I. practical: to on the boiling pot. And any old housewife -, .."What do you want me to do?" The other physician' had no such ffeur. "1'11! have you broken for this To be
4-.,. ,--- produce ..m... The story enrresponding '- would skim it off and chuck it "Tell Jones- When the next meeting qualms 'of conscience. He was readyat work. He wheeled and ran back to ( .Continued.: ) ,.

will appear to In thesi the newspapers motion. picturesp oolneldentally into the sjops. Life Piffle! :comes around I'll advise you I've all times for the from emoluments .his car to find Susan and the countess qM

,'. or a. soon after. the appearance '*' "WhaPs the grouch?" j i stumbled upon a dissatisfied member.So which accrued his dealings in a great state of agitation. "They -

t t.' ltott'tv.I. picture two reel as practical. will "Looking for the dramatic job?" buck up. as they say. We've got with the man Braine. j' got her, they got her I And L swore on

be shown the pictures. of the winner "No. I've just been wondering how ,itwo f ends of the net down, and with The Countess Perigoff wa, indisposed t the book that they never should so Guard 'Your Chi dren; .
', his or her home. and other Interesting far these theatrical managers can go],i, a little care well have them.aU. Now, ; so it was quite in the order long as I drove the car." .
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t'i r stood. that? feature the. newspaper. It I.. under-*o far without slitting the golden goose"Norton ]: let me have a hundred." of things that she should. summon phy- Susan wept, the the countess triedin Against. Bowel TroubleMany ,.

l, a* practical. In printing: the last sat at his desk and began!]I Norton drew out a packet of-' bills sicians. vain to console her. children 'early''age' .
i.l two chapter of the story by Harold rummaging the drawers. He was not ''and counted off five twenties. There Is a law In the state of New And when Jones was Informed he at an .t
McOrath. will also show a picture for lie draw the cash York-just or unjust, whichever you fcecomo constipated and frequent
of the successful contestant. hunting anything. was merely 1]I "Why don't you yourself frightened even the countess with the serious consequences _result ,Not ,
passing the tinw. By and by, ?" I please--that reads that any person snarl of which burned across his ;
..c..;. Solutions to the. mystery mustnot away rage being able to realise his ownconditioo \ -
," be more than 100 words lone when the pastime ho longer served. ]i "It happens to be in your name may be adjudged insane if the signatures lips. He tore into the hall seized his child's bowels should'be
; Here are some questions to b* his chair to the window, of two registered physicians are]I of a .
' kept In mind In connection. with he pulled over son hat and pras> gone. Not a word reproach constantly watched a gentle,
; the mystery as an aid to a solution and sat down, staring at stars such as I I "I forgot," said Norton. "But what affixed to the document It does not did he offer to the chauffeur.He laxative givca .when'an4 necellar >

r L'' : Copernicus never dream**! of. Ships I i''a chance for me! Nearly five thousand say that these physicians shall have. Understood that no one Is Infal- Dr. Miles Laxative Tablets i''

Millionaire Mm. l-W..t r beeaasea of the going down to sea, ferries swooping I I{,I all mine for a ticket to Algiers been proved reputable. lible. He found the blundering policeman especially well women are ,

N.. a-What beaa ef the diagonally hither and thither, the''' !1" There were, besides the physicians who now realized that he stood and children. adlpte10"Th. of '

, ai.noo.ooor clockwork signs; but he took no note A grunt was the only reply."I a motherly looking woman and a man in for a whiff of the commissioner's Charity. Charles St,. '
, .nT"Nee 6-Wbor den Flareaee of these marvels of light. I want you to tell me about the of benign countenance.Their faces carpet All he could do was to givea Christian Paw, who$ ,>attend many; ;

,:4\\ \\.. 4-What _._ .( the R.*- "Not at home!I" he muttered. I. Perijroff woman." were valuable assets. To gain an'other good description of'' the man and cases of sickness, .ay: of them:
"
-Jam eomteer He had called written telephoned. "I know only one thmg-that Brameis person's confidence is, perhaps, woman. Word was sent broadcast -
t"" : Nobody cornect'J either directly ." the greatest huma nachievemenU. had to "___.', time ago we. began 'ulnsTI>rv,
or Indirectly. with "Th. Million No use. The dor remained shut Jones -! there every night."Nor" among through the city. The police Miles' LaxatlT Tablet and find that
Dollar Myetery- wll b* considered answered the telephone, and the letters -J A confidence man and womanin be informed this time. we, like them very oiuakw \Their action,

"( a* a contestant.e.1YNOPtIe came back. He began to think "The orders are for you to "lav the' the real sense of the word. In your Late In the day an officer whose Is excellent and we are sratotul fee ,

very deply concerning the Perisroff{ lust >as you are plavin it Whenwe mind's eye, you could see this man beat included the ferry landing at Ho- baring been mad acquainted 'wit*'

woman. Had she played a trick? Had I l game strike it must be the last blow. carrying the contribution plate down boken said he had seen the three. them.. 'W*, have'hid toed results Sa', e

, OF PBKV1OIIS! CHAPTEBS.SJtaaley that fainting spell been buncombe for .All this f hide-and-seek businessmay the rile on Sunday mornings, and his Everything' had looked all right to every. eae. and" U* ....".* are very.

I a *........1.liars-rear.. vva..**,...Illleajalre.. the den..f after the his benefit as well as Florence's? But look foolish to you. It's like th.t'J.p- wife Kate putting her mite on the him. It was the motherly face of the much pleaaed '
i srMSr *f krilllaat blew k>.w*> a* the he had not a shadow of a proof. The anese game called 'Jo. U looks simple plate for the benefit of some poor one and the benign countenance, of The form and .yoi'o"-an, med;-

.Black: ttmmtrf, live* the....life .( a re- thing that puzzled him equally with but chess is a'tyro'. game besideit untidy HottentQt the other that had blinded him cine is very important no'matter'' 'i '
slue f.e elRktrO Jlararreav week
f ',.fie atgkt eaten Br**dOT.r ...t... this was that all attempts against his Can you find your way back allright On Tuesday of the following At midnight Jones haggard and who is-to take it. "The taste 'andj:
rent and there __a .... t* fare wl.k life had miraculously ceased; no safes ?" .. Florence and Susan went shopping- with the air of one beaten returned appearance are especlsllyImportantwhenchildren.are *
, ... ._. strong'youngfellow *
chauffeur
J. amaaf .r. Urmtmrn.t thundered down ,in front of him and Th was a home. concerned. All
. riLm After th. result mmrtmg vrmlrmjeltaer ul can. If
3.:" SBUIB apparemtly reither. ......1_ eke not auto. tried to carve him in ,tw ."Well you'd better be goingThat's whom Jones relied upon.fine "No wireless yet?" asked Norton., parent know flow hard it is to.giveJ it''
BarircT. k.rriws t. hi. sa.g- The only thing that kept him active all the light I have, In this torch her** you ,pay.a.mao j eU andjjold out the average 'child '"medicine. event
..... can trust "The George Washington of the : 4.1.-
ISeeat lUrrrmmtm mmm lay plead and needsloop. promises, generally though the taste 1I"partiaJlr.
far saaklaar b.1. _>* tar tb* ens.Cry. .- was the daily call jof Jones by wire- Got a lot to do tomorrow him. As their car left the corner an- North German Lloyd does not answer. [ gtiised.' 'In using" Dr .Miles' .Lal
H., .rI... ra letter <. -...*' II obeel la New Jersey _....* .!*..<.... Jones was permitted to with" 'great cau other"ts followed leisurely. This second Something has happened to her. wires- ; alive 'Tablets, however, this ,41&.
stole "
.year* before b* had Bsyaterleaaly left say. Norton away automobile contained Thomas tampered with, possibly. Acuity' Is .overcome., The shape.'.of I
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..sbs bra baby, ......... Restlessly Norton spumed his chair tion. His first Intention was to pro- at 'j
, doeretea Wendt and his wife Kate. The two "So long AI-" know they are the. tablets, their ,, appearance: aa4.cand.like .
....... Oray. B. *!*. pay. a visit and walked over to the telephone ceed straight to the city but despite the r eviL Theywill '
at the great dry 'we can remedy taste at to
stopped once appeal :
.. th* daredevil abater. hfmMlt young women
I.lr I.t:. ::.:. _.mt hi* bed mr- booth.. It was'mideght< He'might his resolution he found ,withina goods -shop-:near' the public library not:be able to land at a single 'anr child, with the result that,they'
...... Harsrreare' ..._ at nlarht, bat >r might not be able to 'get: Jones. quarter of an hour gazing up at thetime being naturally forgot port I hare sent ten cables Theycan't are taken without. objection.. "' ;
and for
*' .. eater tk. ...._ tb watcher But almost said the Hargveave'houee."Not ...
they instantly
-voice the windows of the wire If \I
**tald. aw a halla leave the'' rf.Tfce ,. everything but the marvels which get away from ; The rich chocolate flavor u41ab.ence )
"What is it? >
aafe I* re>.. ...tr- h* ..llll. awkleh at'homej"! had come from all-parts of the world.It could only get hold of the names of of othertaste, make 'Dr-v# '
tr. Hertcreave. era* ...... t.'bows ."Jones?" ., ,.-. , m!,:, ;ft: ', Quite unconscious of the fact, he natural fore ,to.buy those damnable doctors who signed Miles' 'Laxative -,Tablets" the Ideal j
woman .
is as I'
.[rawa that day ..... Them asa ... "Yes.' Who ,Is it? '( - :," was a. close to death as any mortal : "
that document! remedy for children.
,1 .aae>aae.d the ball*. had beeai mmmtmrmm *- : The policeman as it is for a man to selL. Twenty years. .iJ
mmm. dropped. t* th* ...tt.. .f -"Norton. called not ten man might cars to be.under the arc In some manner or other Florence Jones. bent.,. his bead ,in' his ''band.. y ,I( the first 'box ,fail ,to bone6ti'r" !
"Why
_.. me lomtng
the ,0 you up suddenly up from Susan. She the is returned ,A.
I became separated price "
Flran arrive fur the a-lrle minutes :ba-bis savior.. .
"...ebeL PrI._ Olara Bral e.*- e.rpul.a "M..f II"ago. lamp, proved. to C e e hunted through aisle after_aisle, but Cum DM Sore*, Otter Kerned)** W__'t Cm.Tfce druggist bojc-t**$-,!o.es eoata" .t'
vlelte sad .1.... be rela.tlr s eents.-Nev b lle. .
t a could not find her: for tile simple only as .olel/in
.*. Twe b.a-a* detedlTe. call, belt "It was your voice, as plain as day.". lull I made Jones doubly alert hunting' for worst ease*,.o otter ef how loaf laadlaa. ; ( .
their .,.. I. felled "7I......, a .*w.- "What did I want?" keen all at The that they were preparing reason that Susan was a re sand by thewoedeHal.. old reliable IPorter's .,....U aJdDICAL, CO.Llkh.rt!,
:' S>*l> r >srB7 I He was positive her. It occurred to the girl that Aatlseptlo Hrallas OU. It .rellrvrFala *
r brlhlasT th. eaptal ., .... Orl... once. to strike again. But from what Susan might have wisely concluded end,Heals at th*same Urn. *. 'ac.-,HM .. ..
)II l henna lay a trap for Braise and kina The reply did not come immediately direction and In what manner? He the best place to wait would be in the -'" tali"s

sraaa- ; Prlaeee easttala Olara s.d aha aha easily vlelt*fells theOrleat'e "You are certain it was not you?" had not the rift of clerivoyance,, so taxicab. And so Florence hurried out .

late the ......r..... ...... The pl.. "Wait a moment and I'll call the h.. had to wait; and waiting '. a tel'- into the street, into the arms of the "
proves abortive thraavh Hralar'a geed editor. He will prove to you that'I've when perhaps death is balancing Wendt family, who were patiently CARSON:: FAR. R' 1.-
uck. aad sly hlrcllaa-a fall lata farkaada
... been here for an hour and that this is !> scales. It Is always easier her. I
af the ..11 awaiting '
After '.111... la their drat ........ the first call I've made. Some one tTmfke han assault than to await It; The trusted chauffeur had been :SN:: t3VFN oEI J t

the.111.... Haadred.. trap FJ..-....*. They has been imposing on you. What did and it Is a wood general who always sent around to the side entrance by
ask her few .F. hat aha caeapea.aala Successor the Dozier
to Leitner'AgencyState
ask to do? .
they
felllaBtbesa. you finds himself prepared.But the .major .domo. The young lady
'" Nertoa and the _..t._ rail .. Fli "You asked me to come down to the it made his heart ache to watch had so requested, so he said i'
es5 .the 'rest day, see., aaare safe at 1 office-at once, and I requested you to the child. She went about cheerfully Florence struggled and called forth Bank Building r. r
keai The Tlalter haTlaar arvaa Jan I
.*....... a eeetlea ., ._rl... sad f reaBTlty come to the house and you said you -':'when any one was In the room with policeman who came running' up,
a tafcv a box. Paned ay could not. I declined to stir""What her. Manv a time however he had Followed by the usual idle, curious -Y.eD. -.--?
:: airaahera .' the Blapk'. : Haadred bet do think?" :
you the herbedrooniL.andheard srdwdc .. ,
rashva t. the water treat Bad _eeeed< stolen to door of :
f, la draping* box tale th. _.. "Exactly what you're thinking the heart-rending sobs a vain : 'The poor young woman is insane," j . '
) "' Idea'aC pIvlf that they have come to life again." being made to stifle them the tears in her
": :::r."I attempt said motherly Kate I
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V>* ; Vlorrac I* "Jones is Miss Florence awake?" 18
I.".." Jeaea sad Nartaa hath .. among the pillows. She was only ; eyes. The benign Thomas looked at G. l;
C ..... ... are fortunately aa bead .. "No- it was first love; and first loves are lieaven "We are her keepers." D. WW\ IHSDBfljIGE GEJlGl( '
!' aav Florrare faaaa. ...... laiprlaaaeelJi I "Do you think there is any hope of pale, evanescent attachments. It hurt : .. ....
Ji tk eaatry ....- t. which she I* .
.- .* having her\ understand what really now; but she would get over It pres '

lared.Vlareaee a-. ...........11: .....1.. aadla happened?" ently.: Youth forgets. Time like water "She has the hallucination that she Sncccstor to Arthur E. Doaega" Agency i ' A

ff raptured by o.e of Br.....'. sea "I am here only to guard her. I r smooths away the raged pla"",". is the daughter of the millionaire Room No. 9 Secoad floor Citizen Bank BsuUiar. .PLeM f 24pGeneral
..
I i al a- the readeldr. Norms rvarar hent cannot undertake to read her Countess called regularlyShe .
The
Tber-, -areareard.. however, aad they
a>alr aiahe their ....I..e e....... only thoughts." of course; dreadfully over
after Series has exploded a tire .. "You're hot quite in favor of a reconciliation what happened.. She had heard STOMACHSUFFERERS
:"'. the fast ............ aiaehlaa, witha, ?" something had about his character; news- Insurance n..In.... represettl: >:; tbs etrun.est. and moat. 1 I. r

1(; ""caaatvaa "0. if it went no further. Young the best Reliable companies.
,
Olara. .. t* break thee yes weren't always
..f >aa-aKra rBt : :::..If.I .*: h tw a people are young people the world paper onemen mere fortune hunter; I o.
.....re._ H.r......... sad Kiortaa. lavltea over." This two-faced one a at thst. She was We will continue the B..lne.ot the Arthur E. Ponetsm Agency s
._ ... aad ,
them hath t her rt. a Stomach .,
I;;: rteada. t. fatal I. the reporterara. .. "What does that mean? never more surprised in her life when Mayr'g Remedy without chs nice--Your patronage..U respectfully oUclted. P5ufflfflerExcurioflRteSi
''.n........ appears la the doorway Jt "That they would not create imaginative he threw his arm" a""""*"her. AP'Vw Is Recommended and Praised by .
sit the pleased .....t, nad aa a result heartaches if not "d half'
they lies
,' ... were on. ard so forth half Tfaontands Who Have
'
bark him ri.g .
"' < ..hI.r. .
r.r.,'" I I I young: Better let things remain exactly truths, till the patient Jones, felt like J Been Restored' f
Harold MaoQrath) as 'they are. When all these neck. I
(Copyright: : 1914; By wringing her .
". ....
sick nosier
: troubles are settled finally the. lesser a
:;) eaiAPTER ix. From his vnntajr- point the butler I about three months :
\,v JU In the Dark. trouble may be talked over sensibly. smiled ironically lie could read the caused- from Gall Stone
The Leap I
But this is not the time.. Then 1. he. lot the U.er end ana told :
r"& 'j':t ae Jones was concerned, he no news Good 'nlirht. heart. of this Perigoff womat.1 book. The I by three. ef oar auet-proov ."

.' 'wasrither pleased with the turn of Norton'returned to his chair,gloomier -j could read the nave of a (.Inert physician* that I .
I And all the while he must would as** to submit to
effrontery
... r affairs. .This was no time for lovemaking that _",t. With' his fet tipon<< the pretend whom Uaa operation ... relief. '" .
her and.
time for silly innocuous Bravely admit E but heard af your Wendwful VIAAtlantic -
;", ; no window sill he stared and stared and at sight t
'''the. blood rioted In his veins Stomach Kerned and .. "
in which love -1
and bickerings > I
quarrels dreamed and dreamed till a hand fell
dared not swerve I secured a full treatment
But he
her.
.,. 'must indulge or die. Florence no noon his shoulder. It belonged to one I lof the ,laid I down. I and took k aeeerdlar ta
from plans II
,longer rode horseback, and Norton returned of the office boys. : single inch of bitter gall, and there direction and *sssd Coa; $tLl4 ;
haunts a cup hundreds of Call Stonca .
his accustomed ,
: to "Note f'r you sir. I wasTo way of avoiding the puttingof SiD taking. your *....1. .
-.. 'where no one made the slightest attempt Norton read it and tore it Into little .tinsShe emanated poi : Jc 't
it to his .iMas ppnlei.i
upon his lifeIn. has present nieces.. Then h.. rose and distributedthe emanaIn it, the 4oat fl any in I a (Standard RaUread of tke So.lt.) I
as nightshade all rieads. Uiulk
have wel- son :year Baaaedr to IIIF
state of mind he would pieces in the several yawning upas tree. And he must bow when worthy of tb* highest ",-,. l1 ]... Pw oeSuks FROM msBn. :E' )

; corned it.yWhatt.. "' waste baskets which strewed the aisle she entered and bow. when .she left I *-U-: : oJ.
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:
the matter with Jim [ n ....Iau.d I
leading to the city desk. 1 Still Jie had done himself an Indirect Ailments soot kede take MaeV* : "';=* a '*
are- 'e r
f"aslced the night city editor, raising his "I'm.not wanted for anything. he' favor in 'up this love, busiI168B Waaderfal ai...cfc -.... fer weeks sad I ta .45. Cine'r1ati'' Ohio., $21.ib/MarfettaCGev; .. ,
,y:eye shade"I .. breaking oaths harem they feeldi1elL,= J....anyesa t$4i.'15,. . {L' '. "$41.26, N"'York; N.Y. Vy t
asked. .
: don't know," answered ,the copy!' .. ., doss.-p.hkk" .she. amke yea.. feet Nttor S64 5,' Demci' CoL $41.25,"Philadelphia'Pa., r -
'reader. "NoOear nut!" laughed the night< I One afternoon Bralne summoned W. la FDa that ,:wilt eooa S3&90. lava ,:lyhJe, Ind., $4e OO.St., Louis..Mo., ='; :

," ro8 around as jibed been eating city editor! "The sight of you is putting runabout and called upon two physl.the i be_eriai-well ad sad*tfeat sir*>,.free'a a:yea sand Ir *acfhe aaia klt"sod ,$87,75. Ix>ul"yiUe.Ky.. 'w< $8 ,'l6. San_Frand.eoCaL. M'-- Y4

'dope bumped. Into.the .boss a' while everybody in the gloom ward. dans.: When he.was ushered into sa-cJo. mm It ha dose la ...._.... of ether
"' arid; never stopped to apologize.", Norton wept down to the street At I deserted o< .
; ...
". ago in.The doctor'replled In'pe... netting but th* ... *r.ia.- Go. '
\ "Perhaps h,'. been mapping out the the left of the) entrance he-was quietly his card d ..... ...... tb _, .. LuTir } "
"-front for Hargreav.-.stuff" joined by "a man 'whose arm was car son. Villa face was! pale and Ws hands -tW a. Ie _.. .1 _Ie .. ALLoWED' : '

,:, laughed page ei.reader. "Between nee in a ailing. :'He motioned Norton .boou. : '. ,, iro ll. : I H...... ... IL Cklmp.)la,.... )'1'" _eMEii 'or-sIT. :.STOP' ,.. OVERS ; .
Draine
you adm.'amd the gate post I don't to get-into ,the'tajtlcab. They were "Good afteonaid.. ..... .yVhS4.g.ch .Ailfa ;l ..any : '' !of "

r believe-.there ever was a.'.jnan.by, thename dropped in deserted' 'spot in River- bur Affably. .. . .."- >:mall tfal ......,.trw..f iif.li-_wh* cane bee.'lh'K Frt/dor.atiss.adi," mH.n CaD Mit '- l ? .1 .
I; of Hargre ve" . ,. dale. On-foot they went forward to tTbe docW'eyedd him, like a .

': -o', 0 then WM a chap b7 that name, .their destination;.which proved to be hypnotised. ."Yoa i .. '. you wished'I &t. A. c,CTKXEX AGENT...*, ,:"1 ;
11i
i.'. th.' deserted hangar of, the-"aviator to.see. me':on-some particular beslar"'tyly RIpaIrMllty" .
lright.. He-av dead. .A: man ,J,:a KHUUAJ "J "ivU.wi' .Pi .I .
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800 miles to rough water, ean'ttJ William Ortsu -- *$ ness? J'zao.oJfc.w : ... .. "f! '
prtfco iy"qt 0,1" : -
funeral "I want to tell Jones that a tog \"V : ..... .- >;;.-, \V'q.. : .j..J' .. ; .
-......TlM7 ought to have yoo DnftIIM..., ''' ; .. " "< ,
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add Mverai dive*" aro at work on the Flli'yvll .
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WAGE' 6. I THE LISSBMMEE'V'ALLEY:J ,GAZETTE .. "JUDAY. SEPTEMBER Il.': 11..i: ,
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MUMSociety . JEXT'BOOK'S Arithmetic No.' 3. Carpenter's Coographical
t USED Reader, latter part, of 7ear.1 A. A.I'TANO'WILLATtENBIO'.MOYIE JustforOiicSMl ; 4
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I New Century Spelling Book, .
; ,.J NotesMattie c. I Hyde's IN CITY SCHOOLS CONVENTION *
Book 2. Frye's Higher Course in Ge- -
:
ographyRitchie's'Human Physiolo
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( Bell. Harris, Editor.). ... ', _' flY "Our Republic" United States t Rea.
I The official list:' of text books for History. JBelTY"aWrltlng Book No. 7. A. A. Tano left Thursday by auto

I the .KIssimrnee school, a* announced Eighth Grade .Payne's % ommon for Daytona and the east coast town
:
,_ Req et U made to at] patron 0 the Valley Gazttt t to lend 'item, and classified by grades;i* printed be Words Commonly Misspelled.;' Hyde's u far a* Miami and return. ? .'.
low for the benefit'of parent and pupil Two-Book Course in EnJriilh".Book 2. While away Mr.. Tano will attend
of. society event to the Editor lor-,nblication in these column *. .. v Milne's Progressive Arithmetic, No. the state convention of the Motion Grouch
First Grade: B. Dlr. Wheetert 3. "Our Republic" United States His Picture Exhibitors'. League of Amer-
q Primer. A. Piv., Wheeler First tory. Duggar's Agriculture for Southern Ica Florida Branch No. 33, to be held
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(Ii.' ? i 11111111, 1111111111111111. 11111111111111111111111111'" Reader, begun latter part of, year Schools. James a.d Sandford's. In AVest,Palm Beach at the Bijou the- j'ou think '

iI" .' LADIES AID. reshments of cake and ice cream were Second ..Grade: Wheeler1 First "Our Government." Brevard and Ben- tre' September 14 15, and 16 inclusive. What'would ,of a group of t

.The ,adies Aid Society of the Bap" served, after which they went to Miss Reader first< part of year. Graded nett's Florida History (for this year Mr, Tano is a charter mem- people amongst whom you' had :scattered -, :-
>'t ,tlst church will meet with Mrs. L. R. Mosley's home, where several gamesof Classics First Reader, latter part of only). Berry's Writing Book No. 8. ber of this organization and his visitto real live and for whom '
rook were enjoyed. Those presentwere year. New Century Spelling Book, High SchooL; town along the em coast will been dollar
Fanner her home Mabbette
at
( r on Part 1 latter of you have gone your'way to"as
part with 'the
i Street Misses Alice Stute, Eleanor Mos- year. First Year: Buehler's English business in; connection
.. Monday afternoon. ley, Lucy Witherspoon, Nellie Calk Third Grade: Wheeler's Second I Grammar, first part of year. Lock I league and convention and to stud I list, saying to strangers enquiring for '. '

." AT HOME. ins, Messrs. Harold Buzza, and Ed- Reader, first part of the year. Graded wood and Emerson's Composition and the theatrical situation In that section you that they don't know you and 1-
.y
Invitations haVe been issued'for an ward Newton and'Mrs. F. C. Bryan. Classics Second.Reader. latter part of Rhetoric latter part of year. Milne's I of the state. can't tell where you live?
*t home.to be given by Misses, Laura year. Arnold's "With Fe' cil and Pen." High School Algebra Westermann's Elaborate preparations are being:
'' Thomas and Mildred Winn this evenIng I Milne's Progressive Arithmetic No. 1. Story of the Ancient Nations. Ben made for the convention and it promises What would you think, moreover, of Jj

TI* at 7:39 o'clock. The affair will RED CROSS BENEFIT New Century Spelling Book, fart 1. nett's First Year Latin Maury-Si- to be the best yet held in the those same people who when asked., ,

.f bo riven at the home of Dr. and Mrs Fourth Grade: Wheeler's Third mond's Physical Geography. state. Besides a serious program of "Where does that man Law live?" will''
,; W.'JU Winn on Orlando avenue. Reader, first part of year Graded Second Year: Lockwood and Emer business, it is intended to make the tell them
. deliberately to come with '
a DONATION REQUESTED Classics Third Reader, latter part of son's Composition and Rhetoric social features of the convention. #
LEROY MARRIED.r year. New Century Spelling Book, Milne High School Algebra. Water- prominent. them and on the way to a fake deserted o

{ . Friends of Mr. LeRoy Culp are i ii In Part 1. Hyde's Two-Book' Course in mannV Story of th* Ancient Nations The program is as fallows: farm ..tell. them_ that that was where'.
r a;, v i receipt of word from him saying that Ktasimmee Is one of the first cities English, Book 1. Frye's First Coursein (this year only). Walker's Caesar. SlInd September 13, receiving Law lived till.u he skipped Then also :''(;
in Florida to plan a Red Cross day Geography. Milne's Progressive Elements of Botany (Southern and them the beau '
v ,]>. was married recently in Palatka. Bergen's visitors showing have them "pump" those unti
for the benefit of the wounded soldiers, Arithmetic, No.1. Berry's Writing I rides. stranger |_
'! ,Mr. Kulp did not give the name of his States Edition) Colton's Descriptive ties of the City. Automobile
.y bride and no information has been and sailors in the European war. Book, No 4. and Practical Zoology. Monday, September 14, business they ascertained what they want

+ .; pen out about the wedding. Under the direction of a committeeof Fifth Grade: Wheeler's Fourth Third Year: James arid Sandford's meeting of the league, called to or- see Law about and proceed ,t f itee t
a' -..-:.. prominent women, a house collec- Reader, first part of year. Graded "Our Government" (for this year der by President Griffith a 10 a. m. them off to proportion 4Lfirfent>
LADIES AID .SOCIETY.Mr tion will be made by the young peo- classics Fourth Reader, latter part of only). Halleck's English. Literature. Lunch; from noon until 2 p. m., when
: nle of the city on Saturday morning, year. New Century Spelling Book, French Grammar. business will be resumed. Exhibitionof I am fr *to"Mr'* edge that &1144
. and Miss Elsie
Aultman
S. B.
September., in aid of the suffer- Part 1. Two-Book Course in
s R .' will entertain the Ladies Hyde's Allen and Greenough's Cicero (six I motion pictures fro various 'fIII! uune s and war. '
McCoskey
; rs In Europe. Saturday afternoon English..Book 1. Frye's First Coursein orations Carhart and Chute's First
) dncers will be given : Jji&ifHevlti-
a Ala Society of the Christian church, Broadway will be canvassed from:4 > Geography. .Milne's Progressive Principles of Physics. Wentworth's mencing at 6:30: "" But it so happens that I am frequently -i-:
; p.a.EntelI.inment
tm 'their husbands and friends<< Tuesday. to 5 o'clockProceeds of the will Lea- I '
day Arithmetic No. 2. Evans' First Plane and Solid Geometry. Fraser running across parties who '
evening, September 15, at 7:30: at thehome at the theater.
he sent to the National Red Cross at sons in American History. Berry'sWriting and French Grammar
of Mrs. Aultman, 317 Broad- Squair's Wednesday, September 16, boat asked for me as soon as they got off
Washington, D. C., for distribution irrespective Book. No. 6- Fourth Year: Adams' and Trent's
dock at 10 for the train who sidettacked in the
a. m. were
way. '
, Oe! of nationality or religion. Sixth Grade: Wheeler's Fifth Read-: United States History. Halleck'sAmerican celebrated Lake
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Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon and Mrs. Carr New Book Literature. VerJril's the houseboat at manner. I mention, and they are now
i MRS. CLARK'S TEA. er. Century Spelling Part -
are leaders in the campaign to raise 2. Hyde's Two-Book Course in Aeneid. Brownlee Fuller, andOthers' I Worth inlet, where the visitors may wroth at the lemon handed them.
Mrs. J. D. Clark entertained Tuesday this relief fund. The ladies Eng- swim fish and eat a fish dinner. The
c t s 4 afternoon at a tea at her home on the different churches representing interestedin lihs, Book 1. Frye's Higher' Course in Chemistry. Wentworth's SolId boat will leave on the return trip at I came here from Canada to stay, ,'
Wentworth's Plane
+ Penfield street. Those present were Geography. Milne's Progressive Arithmetic Geometry. 4 m, and arrive in West Pal.n learn work be '
y 4 the appeal are Mrs. Aultman, Mrs. Fraser p. to to to a good neighbor ; -
r 5 Mr. Fred Bass, Mrs. Henry Ault- Bullock, Mrs. Milelr, Mrs. Reese, Mrs. I Florida, No.2. Brevard and Bennett's Trigonometry and Squair'sSome I Beach Ut 6 p. m. In the evening the and to tell other Canadians what ..
History Berry's Writing
;t man, Mrs Marion Carson and Mrs Tress and Mrs. Winn, and each of I visitors will be guests of the picture
I' Will Barber. The attractive living these ladies have a committee working I Book, No. 6. one has discovered that the shows. There will also be a dance in s what.

c i, room of the Clark residence has re- under them. It is planned to have Reader Seventh No.5.Grade Milne's: Graded Progressive Classics Mexican}. word for kiss is tetennami the evening in the fire hall. Since locating here permanentlymore

cently been enlarged and is now about 250 young girls make the can quiliiUi.MOTHERS' __. __ L_ than two years ago. I have distributed -

r jr i aplendidly adapted_ for entertaining. vass. 1---. -- _._---- .- .-- upwards of $5,000 cash. In
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.p The young people will be dressed in DR. J. C. DAMS
DINNER.
tt:, BIRTHDAY white with Red Cross addition to that I have been instrumental
badges on their
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Barber entertained '
i t in bringing other artie who have ,
f>
; arms to distinguish them. They will
I. Sunday, at their home on Boggy the well knownOptometrist
I'f Creek at dinner in" honor of the work in squads during the morning" circulated more than $50.000 in cash.

q 1, c birthday of their daughter! Mrs. R. S hours Saturday, and in the afternoor I am now in daily correspondence with
i Floyd. The guests were Messrs. J they will gather in a group on the them and others account of the
} { E. and Earl Barber, Misses Myrtle parkway of Broadway, near the State has returned to his home office
who make the
Vivian Mr. and Bank, when each girl will be assigned war are willing to
la' Barber and Floyd
l } Mrs. R. S. Floyd and Mrs. Dora k store so as to cover the entire streetin I PARK HOTELwhere amount $500.000 if I advise them so '
fifteen minutes time- to do.
Floyd. he will test free and sell
The ladies ask that the eyes
-.- Kisdimmee have their dimes andnick. We want you to come and see our splendid line of glasses for a few weeks. Headache Until this year there has not beenan
CANOE PARTY.
J1p, els, ready for a contribution to thin cured with glasses enumerator for the county of Os- '
; V A party composed of Misses Alma ause. The local effort has received Work Guaranteed and Prices Reas- cook! which means that the live North-
4 L I Griffin, Marie Huddleston, Lucy With- the endorsement of the national
'' erspoon and Messrs. Staaley Bullock, Cross and the has Red School ShoesThese onable. erner seeking points for investment has .
society expressed ---
Roberta and had definite of drawing com-
JV Everett Paradise Its appreciation of the interest Kift- no way
I'J, enjoyed an outing on Island i simmee women are taking in the ....OOOOO.OO.OOOOOOO o ooo parisons between this and other coun-
+y Thursday. They went over In canoes relief work.PREDICTS. ties. The Commissioner of Agriculturefor
and took pictures in the early part of shoes are cut from the highest grade leather, strongly builtto M. TILLER '
afternoon after which| they enjoyed the state writes me that Osceola
the -
GREAT TOURIST insure long service and constructed that the "
so "kiddies"can
P at .the Meikle- run county was left out of records for .
t', a picnic supper SEASON FOR FLORIDA Real Estate past ,..
,"on i cottage.CHILDREN'S. and jump and slide without pulling them out of shape. We carry a Agency. the reason that "owing to factional difo

-A- J. A. Leslie, representing the Tam- complete line of the well knownEducator .................................. (ferences no enumerator was appoint
PARTY. pa Tribune, was in the city this weekon I ed." I have been forced to manufacture
Master Fred Evans entertained a business and called at tho Valley Realty bought and sold. .
number of his friends Thursday afternoon Gazette office. Mr. Leslie predicts Houses rented. such informtion.

.4r at the home of his uncle, Prof. that Florida will have tie biggest Taxes paid and Titles ver- There is the crux of the whole titua f,.
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R- M. Evan on Bryan street Gamest tourist season of her history this year Shoe ified for nonresidents.Fire lion. This whole community is in--'
were enjoyed on the lawn after which and says that once) the tourists come
refreshment were served by Misses they can be counted on forever after- Life and Accident In- | dined to petty snivelling and snarlingand

Li Laura Thomas, Mildred Winn and ward. urance. only a few are big and broad1

rtl" ,Mattie. Bell Harris. Those present "This i la our year," says Mr. Les Indemnity Bonds. enough to !go ahead and do big thing. .j
were Margaret and Helen Winn, Irene U. "The people who have been going because they have the
4;': Franklin Elisabeth Parker, and Wil- to Europe every winter will stay in When you buy1 this shoe you are getting a STANDARD SHOE at money. ,

\llie Joiner, Fred Lupfer, Bob iBuckels, America this year but they can't stand the SAME PRICE you pay for an ordinary shoe elsewhere. All size All that I ask is that ordinary courtesy .J
R.' D. Thomas, Clyde Harris, Buster he Northern winter and they' will ,and be extended to me and that if "
t .and ,"o.t.erJlanklnl.." be hunting warmer climes-never price Come and ask u* to show.you.; anyone who know where I hold out i i. J' .

SHAKESPEARE CLUB. fear.be, sure California but Florida will get can part prepare of themto for S. BULLOCK asked by a stranger where I am, that.j' ,
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'"'The members of the Shakespeare an immense number of visitors. They they be directed to me. I am one.tbosewhowiIJLJiit .of. t

lelab were delightfully entertained by will be her.", nUTTON HARRIS CO. h. ]Ip'p ancLtaleJ: "
;Mrs. W. L. Winn at her home on Or- Mr. Leslie is a resident of Man- REALESTA'TE.INSURANCE enquirer to anyone I am asked about.

lando-avense-Tuesday-afUrnoori-- ate .. county and. wb t.he.J.hinksot _. ............................. '
if "'llciou refreshments of punch andcake Florida puts haloed ground the state. : There are a thousand and one thingI -. .

.I..i were served. Those present were I could grouch about but now that'j I ; \1Ft

'Mr*. F. C- Bryan, Mrs. Prentis and have gone this far I am going to.say i
i Misses LUian Prentis and Mildred : Examination of Titles a that it has dawned upon me that I have .
r Whin. The club will meet with Mrs.
t'L F C. Bryan Tuesday afternoon. Specialty. gone far enough. ',

FAREWELL-+-PARTY. Get Your I am a booster by nature and I know I

ry I Corresoondence Solicited. that I am a sanguine enthusiast.In .
The Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian .
,f? church gave a farewell party -: another advertisement I will havea
f Friday evening at the home of Rev real booster ad.

/' and street Mrs., in honor Witherspoon of John Withersooon on Church, In the meantime I want to insist thatI

j who left Tuesday'for Maryville, Tenn., RoofingNOW 1 .1 & C.W.GRIFFINStaple I can be found almost any time at

,. ; -where He will enter school. The guests BW I my farm home in the exact northeast-

e ': remembered Mr. Witherspoon with a I and I erly limits of Kissimmee. Lewis Lang, '
\ number of handsome presents. Delicious FancyGROCERIES the
taxidermist is
; my nearest neigh ;
. refreshments of punch and cake +
.were served.U. I bor and adjoining me on the west are

t LflL'r the old Donegan and Jim Miller propJerlies.
U. D. C. MEETING.
I In other words, I am milef.
The U. D. C. held its first meetingof j a ,
and a half northeast of the posloffice-.
the season at the chapter house
?tF ,I Wednesday afternoon. Plans were Free Delivery to all Parts half a mile northeast of Clarkson'
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'w discussed for the state convention -I 1'1 at the junction of Vine avenue and the I b"

" r which will meet here in the fall. A of tbe City A. C. L. railway. :- .
play for the benefit of the society was '
j ;' also discussed, the date of which will We have justreceived My business is that of farmer and ;;. '

4. 44 be announced later- The membership -, developer of properties no matter f. '
,
committee composed of Mrs. Caldwel, what their condition when they are :
a carload .ooooooooooooo I ,;
Mrs. Jarrell, Mrs. Evans and Mrs. .?:> .. oooo ';!;
turned
::: over to me. I guarantee to make ]rN.:
Aultman, will be glad to see any
/ -
.Southern,...woman who wishes. to.be- ofIrorrut --- them presentable and to ascertain and.:
1 ? \ come a member. The U. D. C. will jGRAYSTtNElI : suggest just what thy are best suited MIn :

meet the second Wednesday in each Galvanized Roofing as At.tractIve in Price for. ,'
.,. Month at the chapter house. gated .
t -As in Color WH AlL TIlE TEU I every case I have done my work i fA

[f/ Kisslmmee KATZ-POW friends ELG have received I i Roofing'You'U admit. this roof looks attiact1ve-In distinctive colors of red or (graen. New and aecond-hana_ antomo. well and pleased my client There !isi .

'card announcing the marriage of Mr. .. most home builders its fkiif'attraction lies in its remarkable! economic I ilS! for sale' from UoO tc .1 not an instance of where I have'1 t= .

.,; Howard Katz and Miss Adele Powell I Iron in alllengths. *. Let's begin,with its first coat. NEMNIET fVoskto Roofing costs fat to I Si:"itasaaV aray"ton Oar&.. doubled or trebled the value "' .lhoW /
buy than good shingles, Cots not a penny for repairs. No shingles to ,
split
at Missouri girl. The cards are in the I. W. rIORII", Prep R.D. PORTER, ., properties placed in my charge.V ort'' i
"curl r.
''I;, following forrrt: crack or up. Remember, the shingles: of today aren't the shingle of 30 '
NEPONSCT Predate Roofing makes blanket. .OO.O.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO example. I sold Jim Miller' place fort, '\
'., Mrs years ago. a watertight And best
,I %, announces the Fanny Powell of her of all, resists fire-Is "spark-ptuof." Its protection from fire-hazard alone ii worth him after it had been in every other \.. ., .
'. marriage daughter an Its cost. Its first cost is its only cost, too.. Can you afford NOT to have !. ... j kind of hands for than ,
NEPONICT Protlat Roofing ort root?-' .. . 0... .. .. ..... .. more two years ,
>
"? Adele for 12000. Inside of it resold .
\ Come and a year ;"
y. < to LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY for a little less than $20.000. and quto? 4q
::1 Mr. Howard M. Kale : I :
:
on Monday, the seventh day of Sep. See It NEPEINSETw AT LAWSPECIALIZING recently it was sold again. 10 I am informed -;

I -i Member, one thousand,nine hun- for a shade less than $30,000.tz( \ ..

dred and fourteen, ,i Practically nothing hat been done to
.,? M. ... _'r. Rolla, Missouri. IN the place since I left it. }.' '" ''
Will b.- at home B.Makinson Waterproof Building Products ABSTRACTAND What I t"
have
recently
it ,.vAfter'.the.first of October, accomplished r;:
.\ ";K1safntfnee,1'lotlda. Roofings' Bending Paper'" Wall Board and something about what lam une'l) t '
r", NtriHirr ,oi>*i >ra a tt* If NtMKSCTWiminal MIA* NE "DCT'woll SO.N i> contract to do will be announced J
S 1*> "' 'j zq HONOR tF MISS STUTE. -. Irak nof Md Iw tag psi. ..* "*!* IMC mOM .seWs,.....ctwMcktmknllMU TITLE WORK ter/t:;;
d ,Nu.1.. eo ..v then ..4 sera ..*.hiI*I will W' pcs... LN W lea.ra, STAT,_ BANK nlDG.e000000600004CA740. Come and see me. .4 "*
,Miss Eleanor& S ...... .o4M tIWtnMnt will U .. .
> Mosley, entertained .. , wr.ea sae kM M best .k.O Iris vldK a 'J"
/ W.'. NC;..HMT' 'W __ J .
cow heew
r..n kl lk allbo
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sarMal r4Mwbo '
; graduating class NORTH EAST KISSIMMEE., .
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(tiu.914 rrNtav SMo*>c Ii..r.rera'e..rW; .Rb1i s.- ._". ..11 ether sW' ,
.. r e* & School with a theater ps. I yl i I ol r*.(i.t f.e'. 4..I1I.|.. con, .... V.II..s'. uwen. . r laitkM inimly..
.., .tf $atnrday-.evening' in honor Of one' ''.'. .), CO' '' ,Aendn..... ........ '> '- w..ae r ass. How To ODv. Quinine To Children.ffSasSK : . 'Yi; '
-flir'Oj*' Jembet"Mla""AHce; State .. .. .!. AM '".e1..MbdNr.w.itshe..._........i.s__-W.mu.... .. r..driwMkw. PERRILiAElslb.tradsacome; Alf. T.I'TL"
,! ; '1 ., .....fe, be gl.da to :
n.yhy
', '- h.sklq w.Mr d eel N V..SC de4.:y Qulalae. eel : : .
4who left'Sunday for Cleveland, Ohio, .. . .are to irk. aad dais rt4aT..lelea 9yraP pi... -
\ boreabe''' will take a.nuree'atralning p"one ,' J"-P.W fIRD r&SON': Neponset 5. ;E:1Walpcle: M. Cb1Wean take .it... sews not di.t.rb know it the I.aom.cb.Quinine: The ,Developer of 1No'dern'Models, '1"
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ry' ", FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 11.;, 1914.-. 'THE- KISSIMMEE, .VALLEY GAZETTE v >AGE '

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THE KISSIMMEE" VALLEY GAZETTE. .)rr .,,J.,McKenzie: ,, Mica Rose, MeKenzie -i 'Friends' in the 'city will"'be glad 'Ie MAbE1AIOMKAN-: / mad In both Kansas(City And ..Nashvilla .
.
('I'.I.p"o.. ..... 1L...)'. .' 'and' Miss Gladys Saunders*) of: lean*.that Mr.... "Iw .1...Ho1t Is ..recovering which mad the time the party
the road and '
- -- St. Cloud spent Saturday in. the,city from art operat1o t' rfonned atpit. were actually.on twenty'
'Published' .Every Friday'I3yV. shopping. ', ofjth Tampa hospitals and it ,Is a balf,days. r '' '

.," \ B...IIAIUUS.Weather ., Misses'Leona Robenon.Rab;, )' ,Pre-- expected that her h"l -.wll1.be..p1'1ch TO KISSIMMEE IN AUTO time'That was the due trip to was.dry made-In roads. MrMill so shora .

;,: ' watt and Rose O'Borry are the guestsof (improved In,f ture. . that It is everywhere I School h
Miss Blanche Barnes in.:Orlando. Mr *nd, ''Mre., C; W., .Griff in"left at says this time and very only dry for one ahoy
New iresidents In' Kissimmee areMr
.
this week. 'Wednesday for Tate Borings, Ten,,
;,.and Mrs. J.,, B. Mills, their two stretch did they find any mud. It*
I McLean where they, will -spend two weeks
Lee 'McLean of and Carroll's
Report i reports that the roads' are fairly pod ,
and .
daughters a son, who 'arrived from
: Mr J,
During. Mr., Griffin's 'absence I
Still, returned home Saturdayafternoon' ; Kansas last week and Make along .the entire route covered, but .
after visit. of several daysIn . Lk Beeves JI !acting .a* supervisor- ot) this their permanent home.expe0' that the ,Georgia clay roads were She

'Following are the dally tern'peratures ', ', .. the city. the registration! books" The determination o fthe Mills family best they traveled. .. M f
i '.; and precipitation : Dr. W..H.. Ball 1. rector of St; John's : BlIly'Maklnaon' has ''returne4"lrltma to cast their 'lot with Floridians :The party .came through withoutmishap '
as ; _Episcopal church, returned thls.week three weeks' visit in New Hampshire is the result of a visit Mr. Mills madeto ,of any" kind' if an .'Occasion 1
,,. '' reported',by;thai\eo.ernment.tatlon' ' from a, three i months'visit'( to1' Lon- and''' New York. The time'' spent ''in this section of the state last win puncture fr nofxounted.' MrMills' I':'

at Kissimmee for the. don England - > w'York; City-was Intakln: 'a spe ter.' He was delighted with the ,ell. said. ho figured,on using 'up about sf

." :week ending. Sept 10<,), 1914. Mrs: Heidf of-: Tampa, came" UP elal-course 'in the salesmanship and i mate firsts then because interested in whole set of tires and having- a' good.
''Max.Min.RalaFriday Tuesday to stay" with the family of construction "ale locks. ,|< the possibilities of the state, and before time, and they'did.both.: 010

her daughter, Mrs. C. W.; Griffin, during Mrs. if. E. Bryan, who wascalled ,returning north 'he purchased a :eirtli + :..;" ,
j '11 ?.......__ '97 70 ..80Saturday her absence i here bv the very aerious illness ol ten acre orange grove four miles out About fourteen hundred: l tremors ,
._.?.. 95 69 Mrs. Tom Van Ducer and'grand.daughter Mrs., M, J.' Hicks, returned to- her I from town in the"Shln"l. Creek neigh were felt.Jn.Japan: last year.. ,
:Mrs.
week.
Jacksonville last borhood. :
in The
_home I this grove 1
Sunday __,, 94 71 ;Lenora, have returned from
d having ao far improved that and the wonderful climate
Hicks
; w Monday 1,._____ 94 73Tuesday spending Arkansas,the where summer.hey' have." been she fa: now. thought. to be out.of II""- him. back to Kissimrriee and ha brought came O-AJN C' IN B GAt : ;

r ____d_ 94 71 .20 ger.. with his'family and baggage to stay
Mrs. J A- Perdew and daughter "for all time:' Summer Street Hall, every Tuesday ..
of ,
' Chipley
Francis Langston
Miss ,
___ 97 70
''1 I I Wednesday I Miss Helen have returned from Tarpon Fla. Miss .Emma Futch of Hampton, The trip South wa made in an automobile evening from 73O to 11 P-'rn. .
Thursday __.__ 90 '70 Springs, where they have 'been Fla.,, and Miss Cleo Wooldridge of camping out at night and Admission Gents, 26c{,,Iadteskl0c. \'A

'1 .....fO..O.OO..O spending the summer. ': Sneads, Fla, who have been spendingthe having a real picnic all the- way, the Come and enjoy the Tango, Walts,

S - - - - - - - ..E. II. Walker, county conUnlssionerfrom1 summer at their-'homes are expected family repott Starting from Smith Two.Stel\. W, P.. .Boyer,., FI I'Alanaller. : J ;
the Bassenger district, was here I to arrive in the citv this afternoon county, which Is on the northern herder : : / . .'. # nl
in attendance at the regular of Kansas ,_ ._ L .. :! 1.p
,
Monday to take up their school work: they came by way of . .....
THE' :LOCAL FIELD. monthly meeting' of the board. I Monday. 'KTarisas City, St Lo,\ls, Cairo, Nash. Whenever You Need General. ?Tonic' r .- :._ .' -.
{I
Mrs. J. M. Wood and little son vine, Chattanooga Atlanta and Val- Take drove' .
Milton, returned to their home in Atlanta KISSIMMKE: GUN CLUB dosta Ga., thence into Florida and The Old Standard Grove's. Tastelesschill ,;
last week, after an extended visit I WINS FROM ST. CLOUD through Live Oak, Gainesville! and Orlando Tonic is equally "valuable as a ,
lillMllifm of Dr. Hicks. l I to Kissimmee. The machine it contains the
., with the family tb-st: General Tonic because
W. H.Brothers Members of CJoud Gun clUb registered a total distance of .. y 5 .4. 5. ..V" _
1,774
)4ear of- ,well knownionleproperde.of QU1NINK L.- .
: : I"G 'Uvingston' has moved his doa . ...- '
) Thursday participate miles .
were over covered
-- the peopleT and'the'running time Driver
IRON! the
s- lee from the Fleming; building on Dar- shoot with the Kismmmee, Gun club thirteen and It acts oa liver ,
'" .. .. R. D. Waring transacted II it ": & was days and a half. out Malaria Enriches the Blood and ,
Livingston
business
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.. .. elimination
rs " : fi3f'lw.gFar rfnd after a lively contest A two and a half days' visit was Builds upUie Whole System' SO cents. ,
! ': in Tampa Tuesday. Tyson the railroad- : five men from each club shot for the

II. W. Williams of Orlando was avisItor S. J. Triplett effhw..of the St honors of the day. The St. Cloud --"' --- .
{of the week. Cloud Tribune, was in KTfcnlmm.eeMonday squad included Messrs. Clark. Har- .

Thad Oliver made a business trip on business and took'time graves, Entrik-en. Baxter and Van,
to St Cloud Monday. for a little visit with the Gazette Nattn. In'the Kissimmee squad wereT.

.j J. W. Prentls made a business trip staff. W. Ellis G. C. Livingston. G. I The Store of Quality and Service ,J. I'S., '
to Orlando Tuesday. H. C. Avant returned to Hastingsthis Huzza, George Overstreet and Dr. :. .. ____
week after a few days' visit with !Simpson.": The score was 75 to 01 in
; Call for Dr. Frost's bleaching blu- his family who have been the guestsof favor 'V>f Kissimmee. _. .
; Ing at your grocer's- 37-21 relatives at Ashton for several I Enfriken of the St. Cloud team -.
;e H. F. Unley made a business trip weeks. made the highest number of points, ;

to St. Cloud Monday. Messrs. Bob and Joe Roncy Nnt getting twenty out of twenty-five Bon Ton Hat ShopWe

Mrs. Savage spent Wednesday and Jandreau. Mrs. Irene Barnes, Miss pipeons. G. C. E.ivinBrstprf had the sec- '" ,
Thursday ih Lakeland. Blanche Barnes and MiffS Irene Berke: I end ha-h"t; score of nineteen and T.
Ellis', of 17 third best. '
W. was 's
I DrA.. J. Holt is in Tennessee on of Orlando spent Monday at Paradise I TheKinsinimee score club members are Large Ink Tablets,. "'

. a two weeds') vacation. Island. Ic I finrticularlv, pleased over their victory want to thank our many friends for the cordial reception givenour 2 for.._...._.,...._..._.....5'C, ,
. Gilliert's 45 N. Main street is Mr. and !Mrs. John Boyle arrived in shoot .
i heyi- lof yesterday Last week Bt A new millinery shop. We deeply appreciate interest and-will ..
quarters for School Supplies. the city Monday afternoon from Jersey -I held in !St.": Cloud the St. Cloud club your Note Ink Tablets, .. ;/r!
f
'Yea J. S. Stratton of Finny Point spent City, N..1. They were called tr won by a score of C8 to 66( and wereso always try to merit your approval. 2 tor' -"u -:-f-K-T.""-7P
I .' Tuesday in the city -on business.Cypress the citv by the illness and death of boastful of it that the home club Rubber Tip Pencil.

field boxes for sale cheap. their father. has moved his in- wont into the shoot yesterday' determined We are now fully prepared to meet your want in everything in 6 for -...*.,___,_.,.:..-.5C''
Carson Farmer : to show them a thin or two. fit
. / Osceola Lumber &; Furniture Co. 29-tf ournnop office from the State Bank And they did. A victory of fourteen the line of millinery goods and (through the columns of this paper) ask Soft Lead Pencils, .r-- ,
W. W. Chandler of
Basnengor spent building, and is now occupying quar- points over a defeat of two points is for iuPC d
Monday and Tuesday in the city. / I your patronage. Our 2 _.._?._.e... ,
Da- .4 '
ters with Breaker and Barclay on not f=o had. after all '
I Mrs. R. D. Waring is recovering kin avenue. The KiHsimmec club is mighty new Carter's Ink, ; .J', "

from an. illness of several weeks. Ask your grocer for Dr. Frost's yet and the members have had comparatively bottle- -?--._____.-OC; '
i F. W Hill of Narcoo8 *e,.transacted Extracts. They are guaranteed to he I little practice.An '
Dress '1
a business in Kissimmee Wednesday. three times the strength required bv MakingDepartment _2-IIandle.:Priced at Lunch 10 and._ .kt.l' r C" '

Mr. and Mrs. F- W. Howe of Orange the pure food law. 37-2t ash can to which a handle can be of. *
r Center spent Saturday in the city. Joseph and Benny Santiago return- attached to convert in into a lawn roller Fibre Lunch Box .*. :-|

Mrs. I. M. Lanier and children of ad to their home at Green Cove has been patented.REGISTRATION. price, 10 snd.lJC'Enamel' i I

Lanierville were in the city Saturday.A. Springs on Wednesday after spending .

J M. Philips of Port Tampa was father a week J. .A.in Santiago.this city visiting their NOTICE. .will give you the most careful attention. We carry in each .Drinking._....:.._Cups.., .;,.__5c'. .... f.J_
in Kissimmee on business this week.
'1 y' ,. You can get anything in School Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bass, son WaIter Notice is hereby given that the registration stock the GOSSARD CORSET..*and will be pleased to give you a Sliced Bologna ,
books in all
Supplies at Gilbert's. 45 N. Main St and daughter Miss Helen, and Mrs. are now op-sn including perfect fit. __ per Ib. _.....-,8ausageey0e: = ;
of Osceola
Wiley went down to the Bass and L-!s- the precincts county, .. i .. '
J. A. Grimm of St. Cloud was transacting !ley ranch at Canoe Creek Wednesdayto the newly established pre- On display and f for sale-Hand Embroidered Fancy Work by Mits Sliced Cooked Ham, z5CCrysttill'ized y
business in Kissimmee Mon- spend a few days f I cinlts, Nos. 9 and 10, and will remain per .Ib. ........__,.,... 'My1
day. open two days in each week Maude Thomason. ..
-y.. .- O. R. Bass of Whittler was In the Mr. J. R. Geiger left Monday en-* until the first, Monday in October. : Ginger,: ::15--
' city on business the first part of the route to. Daytona where he will spent C. W, GRIFFIN perlbsT.rs.v! _:r..,.,.. .. C.,
if a week lor so with his mother and 38-4t Supervis3r6T Registration.- 4 : .
week. y-Ttfa* ft-* rA / */'
sister: before going north to enter-the :; All.kinda; T Candles
1', Miss Bessie Guy of Whittier lathe University of Chicago.C. WOOdbeCk&"RQ rf"-- *
guest -of" Miss Annie Niemeyer this KOTJCK.la -: : | ,j, \
week. J. Nelson the contractor, took (trmH r..art. yak "Jadlelal.CJwaltef
W. Taylor 6f St. Cloud was in his wife to Tampa several days ago FI....'.... la aaa for Oaceola. Conatr. : :;and .
Roy ,
for an operation. Mrs. Nelson is in la Caaaeerr. MISS DORA TRACY Trimmer '.' k''. ;
the and Tuesday on bus .
' city Monday. one of the Tampa hospitals, and has NOTICE!! OF PWriTIOl: TO BE MADE I t" t' l' ," \"'\-c ' . '' 1"'''' '
: iness.Mr, rallied nicely, from the, operation, A FREE -DEALER. .. :W1LLSON BUILDING ; DARLINGTON J ''j', ..;" ) ; ; -
} r and Mrs. H. V. Bailey left FrI. : ? , r :. lOe Flask of.Cas'tprOilfor ., r ...; :' 'r3
,
;P day for a ten days' visit to Hampton.Springs Elmer Stute 'a d Miss Alice State Notice to all 't-Blake (It'Nettle may'concern Blake. ), t .# t. luajStanford's !\f\ ,'W.YJ'Y' 'f''; : _'_..:.......,.:...'.. _-., .
for' Cleveland Ohio, that Mm. H. F .
,- left? .Sunday .. if-"I" :<'!' : 'I( 'J4't4 .
-
? Carterot where they will enter school. )Elmer wtllapply to.lh6 lionorableyJamesiWFerklns'JudRe . __,_, . . .... ; -
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Messrs. Boone and A. W. "C :. 'f:!"', -::- ::::." h ; - packages -Epsom Salw101
--" Orlando transacted business in the city will ente..Teeh'school and Miss Alice. Judicial f"thCircuit Circuit. In- Court for, . = -for,._.; ?...:,....._..: i
will take R nuf se'i training course.R. the Seventh And ----- 'w M

Thursday."W. W. Bonney" of Orange Cantor --1': Butler has''rented the storeroom Oeceola..Countyr'Seat.-of loth day of October A. D.FlorUl 114.:at nn H"laxnd. 3' bbls. CarpefTacb! *, X10'Sweet ,,

mtoored into town Monday on his next to his barber shop to n a.IJt-cnso Florida to, or manage wherever. take he charge may betor of I I.I.Stanford's I t9r"M-,*__ fi..mtrf: !'-v.f.. ,. "
weekly visit Creek, who will open a fruit store and control her property, and to becomea > -
Cloud here there in a short time. The room is tree daly: In every. r* p,-ot.Petitioner's 3. cake Glycerine % Oc i, s t
. Ackias Bass, of St. was H: 0. OEIGr n.. .
commissioners now being remodeled and a cement Holocltor. soap for. .wq..w.e, .
for the county
'Monday' meeting. floor laid. Dated Sept. 11. A. D. 1914. Come and Examine the Best Hosiery Made S 11

Lamb, and W. - --" ------'-
J. S. Stratton Leon ,
J. Dale were visitors over from St .and'

Cloud on Monday.

Maryville John Witherspoon Tenn., where left he Tuesday will enter fort 1 The Place Where Your Dimes,Last' Like Dollars I- Holeproof f Hosiery r.We r. : Can Sliced Peaches, t ,

I Maryville College.. for -----.._f-;;.___._ lOcCan 1
J. H. Steffer and family of Green '- '- ; .r
Pond have been visiting relatives in ... California reamFancy

Kissimmee this week. _.._..,..-..*,.i15C; ,

MIlA Roxie Irving of Orlando is THE (II LIMIT STORE want you to note the silk facing over the invisible cotton body Can Delaware Soup, '' ,r5-f ,.

:;p the gues.t of Mrs.street F. S filbert at her made of the finest Japanese Silk, ingeniously knit over a strong, sheer for: ??._.____. _...,_,1..., C.. ',.','
home Bryan -
'Herman on C. Andrews of Ft. Lauderdale invisible body of Sea Island Cotton. SIX PAIR ARE GUARANTEEDTO Can Maine.Style .x10 J >,

"Fla-, was registered at the Man Yon JiiM ...... to ..... oar caw . week. arrived from New. .rk llalllmore. Aad bps Oiled withbaraalaa. $
this baa .r every
f' hattan-hatel Ho be ..... to core aad .I.U lala bargain ..or NOW-whea six: pair fail in that time we Can Fish lloq '- ,1
'v Don't fail to be at the big School oar stock IH sew sod complete cad wfcea every article offered la aoldat I'deed at :_10 and ,15C'
Supply Sale Monday morning at Gil-. .......1. day ...1..... .j, jr.
tr ', Main St. Will Replace SAMFLUSII i '
bert's 45 N. \ .I.
f? I 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case Women's New Fall Hats per can ____._.__._..25c.. ".01//.".

: of Fever or Chills. Price road 25 superintendent cents.G. Our new. fork .f fall ... wi.tf.r feat la sew. eerples. They are them with new hose FREE. Try these new Holeproofs. Get then 1 pound Bnmford. ---.25C ( '''i
W. Ashton county ... ... .. Powder .. _. 't
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la all e.I. material These .ata are la the late t .tylea for member in family. fell ? < -
was in town several days the )mmt **!... T.. .....t for the early f.U. Come ... Mrs them. 98C every your They, at the same PRICE:-as ". ''I
early part of the week. \mm% "!!. t"er I..t _____.___________________-_________n______. ..- good cotton hose. You will wear no others after you try Holeproofs. Yellow Globe Onions, SC:1. I

'a Miss Maude Thomason returned per Ib. ....._-_._-.w_. ; '. "
'' Monday from a visit with relatives in Old Ladies' Comfort SHoes :, '.i ...... ',.

Y h1 Bartow and Bowling Green. T..... .._. ....-e la ',........ with a wide aad rooaiT toe aadare WOMENS' NEW FALL SHOESOUR Fade )Spanish-Onions-----...,...AUC., :: :
MissClara Ledbetter returned homer ,)... the talaa" .. wear while ../_ .ou__..'". Ulve raarfeet 98C w.
Sunday from Gainesville where she a arlad feellaar. tiolaar: at.___..._____-._____:___---__----,.-- s\f' .
r NEW STOCK OF.
has been spending the summer. :Fruits and'Vegetables'It: "
Dresses ; ;
at $1.98
r 'l'. ,' Cypress field boxes for sale cheap $5.00 Samples
. Lumber Furniture Co. 20-tf :
uceola at Smut week. There atlll thirty '
\Ve geld demean theae dreaaea are
,, .Miss Eleanor Steele of Jesup Ga.. of they left ... tbey axe c.... to bo Bold .. the Smut thirty who rait Queen Quality ;>>
the of Miss Katy ... art I..._ They are aaa>.al_ made .1 Bae white Voile beaatlfmlly
guest
been
-ho has rtKbroldered aad lees trla _.. ... la the lataat .'FI...
:" Thompson, returned home Tuesday.Mr . at... IS t. >O ... they are ..-. .. SO.OO ....1.... If yoa) $1 .98 Our stock la most conplete.1Our "
k'k,;:: F. E. Williams and daughter .....t ... ya better. get It BOW. atMen's .__.__-__-______________ SHOES ARE NOW HERE. '
We
r4. xti. Miss Mae, of St. Cloud, were visitors service the beat. BO- Y

r 'f r 'in the city the first part of the week. and Boys' Hats The QUEEN QUALITY is.the beat woman's shoes mad. It is designed licit a trial order.

? r Mr. W P. Dusenberry of Miami We carry a la.... .._rt_.* of all klada of M..'. Ilata, foi who These ..
ems 'r" in th\j city for a few days the soft aad stiff ...0....... la all alaea. C.a. aad select, ere 98 C specially women are particular about dress. .
was
' E. C. Dusenberry. _______________________ __ to
w of his brother f- theaj. at --*- -- ------------------- shoe quality style ease and comfort. Queen Quality shoes
! guest Swift ChlldreB'a aad )11_.' School Hats, at..___________________________.B4)e possess AT18Stevare
, Stanley ;James representing all leathers and aU utpampv-oxfords
come in in size, and in the very .
has been in the c.tythi. ..
1 and'company.
; ; week, negotiating for cattle; for. nil .. Pencils for Tthe.ChildrenLc. 'Jllm..ptl..dusfy fabti ._tops- --
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I ., ,firm:Miss Eleanor Van Duier of Orlando Belle regular Meaday B-eeat we.will.1..pat. .Wbll... Mle they a lance laat amber_.___of..Lead-:... ..Fearllat__,, ..._...M1CVe Prices range'.from .. ". TAflOQr 8'
Miss Margena
of
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is the guest
" r Bearden at her home on :Mabbetu \ want ,... t. watch far .or ........._...t BCKt week. Thin stars SI .
street. .* will affe yoB a .....tut feast .t ......1... ,:r .- will b.-a BIO HOMEY! $2,50to$4.5pJft 4y
k Scott of Ft. Myers spent SAVING SPECIAL see EVERY DAY IM THB \VKBK.Dea't' ,....; -. ,. ., .f" i
v. i* Ite',-. G. T.in the city the Cr-t: part blar apeelal, ......... with aatard y>,aepteBiber:: 19v '... ,_.U..... I ) ,.:. ; ':
s'S' S a few the days week the guest of Rev. S. W.Lawlerr EVERY DAY far ..w...... JI'...._ .....'.t. vraa" aver .U........ ...-' : 1< , '.. ; I
'of : I
Watch .... <.aea a.xt .week: for_oair.a.n.aeere.4 . : ;. '

u; p ,*- a H. Allen left Tuesday for Washt to- TAKE' puk>PROF/TS. tb< 'V { '%; .*- I .. C. STftNFORB, j" ., .':>PhODS". .::250. ..,.:


t -Inirton.Spend ,a.D.month C., looking where_ he after expects bnsines.matteta. *, rERSOM5,, : "& ;FJ AI. N)E; ,:Y;': : : . : C "'. .:. ",ij i ;' Qv ui. rr*, >;;h

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I ? break .tiaett %,.. . , I .. .
60.4' doses 666>.m any . rA;
,, 25 tents' . ,. .r
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FACE 8.' S THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY. '- GAZETTE FRIDAY, '$SEPTEMBER 11,' 91L.


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Jere :Are: TheBeautiful' OSTRICH IS J OPULAR., I'' - -, REVIVAL MEETINGREGINSJNSEPT 1


),\;: Girls: ': : 1If

Many .u... Have Been I CulinaryJ I 17, BUPERIOFt. ERGICE 1

_ V: "of Yesterday?: Pound for It, This 8.a.!.",. COURTIEOUL3TREATMENT', "'"!
definitely
I' It has been settled that '
t New York-Where ie the young J Notes the revival services to begin the 17th t. ..
"fjiri who) wore her hair In a braid, or Inet., will be held in the Fraternity
., r.motted neatly at the back of her neck, --- Hall .building, where the laymen bold r .
i whose, only "complexion aids" were their regular services, and the stage .rt>
fresh air and soap and water, whose I will be arranged for the large chorus ... ;
k frocks were modest, simple and truly # When Preserving Fruit. at once, and more singers are desired .\ '1
;becoming ,Everyday you eee "scores t;: The secret of pre' errluj fruit Is aim- than have thus far tendered their Are You
.v of girls who have smeared .their facesrith ply the killing of ferment germs and services to assist in thy singing during Savingfor ;' :\1.

I' .:> rice powder and rouge who haven ; bacteria by Intense heat and the ox- the revival. Rev. Fitzgerald is to arrive .
complied to the ,last detail{ with' the here on the 17th and it is expected a Home
of
\? frankly.flashy costumes designed for luolon aIr that the house will be well fill- ".

,'_ frankly flashy women. Ten years ago Fill jars brimful-this exclude air- ed the first service Thursday. evenIng < ,,
i it is safe to' say that no respectable then see that the lids are screwed at 730.These .
t' young girl ever "touched up" her 's f t down jllllt UK tight as possible. After revival services will be con It b a great advantage 'to have some

.".J f cheeks and lips. Most American women r_ .r4 screwing the lids. OIL tight place the ducted' under. the auspices of the lay- definite object in view for which you

,L. at that period considered make-. jam upside down until\ cool. Any leakmused men's organization of the city. They ... :J.
if not of I are heartily working for the suoosss are saving--it gives a greater incentive lil/iII'
vp a"proof of bad taste, positive by crll\H"'UP\ or faulty sealing
f' immorality. But now little Miss rings will t lie InHtuntly dlsoeinlMeUp of the meeting, and }:lava requested for stronger effort. ,-c.
'f" New.York is artificial and unashamed. sute your jra lire well sterilized\ | the' co-operation- help of all the .

The childish curves of her cheeks and Unit I". heated through and through by I I1)lodllg church congregations in the city We cordially invite. yon to start an ,J.1
been swabbed with some- .
have
throat In hot water and let coma to eIxill EVERYRODY'S'MEETIVG. account with a.
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$ which might have been plaster I '
," thing This Hterlll.il, mid, also toughens (
of parts solution; a patch calls] attention 4 INTEREST MHHJr'
Sunday afternoon at the Fraternity %
the jnrs, HO they nu not HO apt to break .'q'4tS
f a .to the hectic etching of her lips 3:00 services will be
when filling wilirhot fruit.Ihnl't building, : o'clock, A ACCOUNTS.
instances her eyelashes
14' and'In'some I conducted by the pastors of the different -
: blacksned. How is it that the take tiny hiinco of losing sour r
j, ; are I church, and that fact guarantees
'naturally pretty girl has panned away ire fruit by using Hcnlln tinge! from the 'I oQ most excellent program, and I| "1
i almost entirely from among us? ire\loim jo-nr Kuliber(. I IsoryMUHPep- ,-
Our attendance
good meeting I
a / spiritual Arthur E. Donegan P. K. Weaver
"H' Without powder and paint the girl tlble to climatic ('condition a aid rots was more than doubled last Sun- | ,
',
"i ,of today would not dare- to leave the'k' I. t3' ttI. very cnnH.1.. I'ru'hle yourself] with clay and we desire to double] last Sun- | President. Cashier.;

bouse. or show herself in public, it new rings ,Hrh jour. day's attendance. The! largo chorus

'Ii.' would seem. If Jelly il I,H'M, not "wet" well\ n few is being organized/ for the coming revival "5\.
..
M.1' ; clnjs In the itija of tlio hut milt will services to begin next Thursday .....,,.,.
.;.', ', .OOOO MOOUOHw. 0 improve It evening at T'30 o'clock and it ia de- + -- ".

CLEANING COUNSEL. nJ. To seal Jellies. \tour melte pnrnflln. I red that all the singers will be present .
: 1' 0 at afternoon's
.,1''If. -- over the Jelly In ouch RUinx; Fruit Sunday meeting
Our Cottage Prayer Meetings are
'i! fr1? When washing windows add a BLOB OHTiurn IIOA. jnrs may be "sealed Jp practically the I growing in interest and attendance. ..t
x 'f- small quantity of bluing to the 4 fashionable saline way. After tilling jnrs with fruit
tr Ostrich is to he one of the Friday night at 7.30: prayer services
/'t/ .* water.. This makes the gloss O ] trimming for hats. Likewise it screw .lid' 09 n* tight aa possible, turn will be held at Pret Rheinhart's home, C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. i
r I \; ..clearer. will be used in the fall for many other upside down till "'HJI.l ,then dip tops In near Mrs. Tatman's residence, and will ia
-', Soak ink stains in sour milk, OiM decorative purposes. Ono: of these melted piirnflln. using en re that the ClipS be led by Miss McCoskey. Monda

.*''and should weak the solution stain of remain chlo- ways is suggested by the illustration find rubber sealing rings are' completely night, the 14th inst.. at T:30, will]) The Waters & Carson
rlnaw-Wa 9 which shows a dainty little boa of l'o""r..l. I hold. prayer services at the home of

% ..r'.ff. a of lime- marble <0lio blue ostrich with blue ribbon shaped Fruit may be kept several years "in J. C I edbetter, in Cap! Breeze. Tuesday
-Grease spots on may ornaments and streamers at the ends this way. I night, there will be prayer ser-
be removed by applying powder-<0- This little boa is secured by concealed I vices hold at fifteen homes in Kissim- Grocery
Company
O ed magnesia. snap fasteners mee, and will be led by the pastors
and wood ashes mixed Q. Potato Salad.
rm n
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of the Announcements
1 into be Ov and fie laymen town. "
,( a paste are said to The Germans excel In the art of preparing .will be made Monday
J'i:'* excellent to polish the sheet of O potato ttiilud lu u variety of I' night at services of place
},. '. Cine under itoves. After polish-- CONVENIENT DARNING OUTFITS combinations Their first consideration where meetings prayer will be he'd and the Wholesale and Retail bealera inGROCERIES
I'
O
'" *' ing''rub the tint briskly with a .la the potato which must be Just right. ni'nies of leidcvi.W : .
I. '.* .wooden. cloth. Thr Tird Bag and W.II Fitted Ballot They use a hurt little potato which would urge you to attend these 1
: ; +: To clean pans that have 0f For the M.nd.r op Fancy Worker. bolls tender, but does not crumble. fifteen cottage prayer meetings next
O
them
}(.I Scorched food sticking soda to in 0 It la not too early to begin planningfor / These potatoes inly often be bought In i i Tuesday night. It is growing very
.If *, sprinkle dry baking Chrlstma The two useful little near the date of the revival meetings ,
stand for awhile. 0 del lea tease n shop| In jour city and are I I
,4: ..*( They them .then and let can be quickly and O''readily articles Illustrated here would make usually called German salad potatoes |I and we should all get in line for effective -, 000000000000 00 0000000 000 . . . .1

cleaned. 0'I', splendid gifts for the thrifty housewife or Hamburg potatoes\ Blend them work. .. O +,a

r 7 +. When..sponges. are very dirty .I who has mending to do or for the with onions, greou. peppers beets KISSIMMEE W. II Jones LAYMEN Chairman, 0. WE SELL' : O O WE GUY: .r1*
r.; wash''' them in diluted tartaric 0 maid or matron who loves fnney work. string beans, radishes okra carrots, I '. HAY, ,. .J.

Iii ., '..acid, rinsing them afterward in O The bag shown above Is fashioned of cucumber, tomato parsley, cress and PRESBYTERIAN RALLY. :O O O HIDES, 7

L-t water. It will make them very squares of cretonne. Two of the lettuce for a vegetable salad. The Presbyterians have designated ,O.. GRAIN, .':/1.,:;

,1. '* soft. and white. + Squares are lined with plain material With salt or siuolcexl flab shrimps, September "Rally Month" ando are I O. O O FURS, 0 .
'I> ) 0 urging all the members to be I FERTILIZERS, Oe "
a and stitched together at 'the edges. _salmon sardines oysterp or scallops present .
,i.; 1u ......OUOOUO.OOO OUOOOO O Sunday- The last Sun- | WOOL .
Three of there sections are then fastened you may have a different potato salad every response SHINGLES a 4
+1 I MEDICINE CAKES.Born. together by cutting out the centers every day. so well do they combine day was very encouraging and it is 0 O :

/it.f"' ,, children who refuse to take fastening them there end attaching with other good thing to "' ''t. All hoped. the coming Sunday will be moreso. .. ORANGE BOXES- O . ANDO .

>y'eastor oil make no fuss if it is given a ribbon covered embroideryhoop cooked meats fresh or salt, make most .. .. .

la this way Take. one cupful of milk) to the. top opening. Little pockets excellent salads combined with potato ORANGE WRAPS, 4 O ALL' .
d ''on. of iriolass., half a cupful of sugar be attached to the compartments Poultry and fresh ash except those .. ..
half cupful of e/wrtor oil, a tea- may FLOUNCES FOR' FALL VEGETABLE!: '
ari, a CRATES COUNTRY .
mentioned exception.
noonful' of soda; two of ginger, atfttle .Inside the bag for the, accomOBBTOITOK are an I. 0 .
Potato Mind lathe one exception to
I
'. salt, and enough flour to make __ I CRATE NAILS.I.I. 0 PRODUCE. *
","* stiff pasta Roll out, cut into shapes :I tho rule of serving salada aa cold as Fashion Now Favors Them'For r A, i

: and bake in a quick oven. One or two possible., They are very. good served ''S.mldr.e. Costumes. . 0 + . . 0. . 0. 0 . ... ..0 ...i.>: .. *..... .
? and ofttiines should be served In .
hot
a-re,as good a. a dose of oil- :,., +=-%- .
this way,'particularly for luncheon or "" \. ,. : , .' :",:
-HOMEMADE SOAP., S supper with cold meats or,-if-combined ::... I __ .. .. '-----.....-"-- .:_ ':We.sell field and,garden seeds of'all-kind.-------------- _. _

t-..,.An 'excellent hard may' thus with meat as a warm supper dish. 7 We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping naruea.r' .
be 'made: Take six boar a of clean Potato salad should Jiev.fr.ajctgrnpany! Free deli very In city limit. Phone No. 12. '
grease, six pounds of salsoda, three i. a regular dinner of roast aha vegetables -" r We are county agents.for good fertilizers.' Ask us fir circulars sal''
.pounds of Urn*. Slack the lime, and price* on fertilizer.
: as It la too hearty a dsl\| In Itself.
I
put-in four gallons of I add
dissolved
the salsoda and when let s

!it settle. Pour off the water In an Dried Fruit. .
iron kettle-and boiL If the soap does Unquestionably sun dried fruits and '
hot thicken after boiling a few minute ryx vegetables lire better tbnq most pre- I II I I I I I I I II I I I I > I II I I I I f I I I I I I i III I I I-I I I I- ; I I I Ii

''? add more soft water till it is of served foods Yet the many difficulties f
I\ of honey. Wet a tub :
the consistency : In drying them out of doors In this
and the hot soap into it. When
;cold pour cut ,in pieces and set away to climate prevent most people from considering For Sale
.1kr It. Rut nothing Is easier If
.dry. Always make soap in an iron <<
.kettle.. you own a hotbed such as where you;
start vegetables or flowers. lAY a
; FOR BEDROOM FLOORS. Boor on top of the earth; spread a

Nothing is more satisfactory bedrooms as than A I clean cloth over tbe boards and put the 40 acres of land l 4. miles from Kissimmee. one and a half miles .../
floor covering fps I -J'J
washable:cotton rugs. They can be fruit or corn, l peas or beaus on this. from another railway station. 12 acre cleaj-ed and fenced ready for
: 1i 3 v After the articles to be driedIn
bought in h, small Inches size-wide.* yard long I i I = f F the placing frame put the covering. sash planting tree. 175 bearing Orange trees, and some smallr ones.. Splen-

by,- twent-Cour They to raise both did soil. Price 2800. Time i if f desired.
'aM made either in plain colors, with --y v- T back on It. taking care on part

i Whitr slftpes for a border across the ends about two inches to give free cir '.--
They BAO AND HABKXT. culation of air over the fruit for the
ends,, or in mottled patterns. Snyder Place A'
are edged with cotton Cringe Cushions modatlon% of sewing or fancy work air' carries off the moisture and prevents -
for the porch,floor are also covered the fruit burning. Insects cannot -
materials. Tlieru Is of course a ribbon 10 of good land less than
acres 3 miles
with this cotton homespun. stand tbe beat In this frame and from Kissimmee. good
:. hanger attacliixl tbe bag by means land, 8V4 acres fenced. 5 acres cleared, 3
rain cannot reach the fruit although more nearly cleared. small u
: ; GOOD DRESSING. of which It may be conveniently car- '
'f'* Proper care of .one's clothing: plays rted about. It Is advisable to put the sash tight on house, good deep well of pure soft water stands in 6 f feet of top of
f the frame in else of storm. ground. Land ready to farm F
plant
fjfan important part in good dressing, The little bnnket shown Is an Imported ;- or out an orange grove. $650. ,
Tfor a really well dressed woman is, darning basket which Is lined with } .t4} Owned by a non-resident. Terms if desired.
s
k Bret of all, neat. Not only are her flowered cretonne nnd provided with I

!Clothes spotless, {Infinite but every article well is all the Implements required for darning Useful. Kitchen .6eot. Lakeside Farm and Grove '
adjusted.;: with taro as successfully. These Include a Something Just Imported and uspTnl
;
','and the clothes in reserve are ks well .
for
kitchen work Id I a set of Imported
V looking after AI those in use. darning egg nnd emory pincushion 127'acrea, besides 40 .
acres
or
wooden utensils It consists of a more riparian rights land which
No'one may be considered well reels of darning silk and cotton and I .PMTTT UTEBJllOOK OOWM. I in
goes free making good land. This '
? bread board two scoops, two smaller pasture is one of the grandest
dressed who has a button off, a seam wool and n pocket for needles. The ;
To da- ; spoons a meat pounder-useful also asa The vogue of flounces in propositions in the country. Land adjoins lake and extends
; .lipped or a spot in evidence. basket might b# duplicated' in mffla or prettily ; to county
serve the title of well dressed there by any one who has skill in basket potato mqiher-two whirls useful In illustrated! in the gown pictured here Toad hat a lot of finest rich hammock land also high pine land, and

''must be lIP gaping division of belt and making or It may be purchased readymade I baking and a butter former. These which is & charming creation of voile some extra fine pasture. Some of the finest trucking land in Florida.
skirt or, shoes run over at the hels.' carved of smooth white wood and with the skirt covered by three deep 6-room house, two porches house
and after being lined with ere- : surrounded by
A systematic overhauling at stated bound carefuly| on the bread board, flounces rose embroidered: and bordered large palms magnolias -
!) periods' of all in use l is ab- tonne fitted up with the.required ar-I{I are only $1 a set. by bands of black velvet. It is h and pretty liveoaksalso, bananas oranges lemons guavas and
clothing
I 'sohitely all clothing in tides. I I v suitable gown for rnadsraoitelle and fruits in yard. Fine flowing well near the house. About half this land

reserve should be cleaned thoroughly -.- _, -_. . may be ,duplicated in any one, of a. in the artesian bell, where excellent flowing wells can be had. About
half dozen materials. .
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before -being put away. 8 acres of .grove splendid oranges and grapefruit besides a young } .

,OWLS' QUEER HOME.A BIRDSt.IN T BIBLE- I nursery to extend the grove. A fortune can be made on U(.. land r

pair of,solemn little brown owls The Kissimmee Valley Gazette There>are mor.e -than forty speciesof growing citrus fruit trucking and farming. Besides stock carflS kept I
"11av J mad.;thel.1o,borne in a strange : ; birds spoken of in the Bible. We 10 much : for '
1) place on the farm of a certain English 'recall the frequent references to view of thTlaKnTtott'caP'ace a home where a fine q
fruit."grower. They have laid their Wants the Pictures of All Little doves several kinds of them beingmentioned. the porch of i
.., ."'lr-a--tarnaee-of-a--mo-ra _* -" .-David-was hunted...". on this splendid property. Cheap at $100 per acre xAvkfcd- y

p .r used far washing beehives. The fire Kiddies' in then City and County. partridge in the mountains;". he was I into several) farms, to accommodate number of neighbors for homes '.y
,\ '. has not.been lighted recently but the ,,t. pelican in the wilderness," so- and all have splendid advantage This well f
boiler latin daily ruse, .nd.when. the 44t r'T&,'-'i 7 forlorn'did he.feel.. Again,.."I am asa [, Ea'ay lean. > worth dOle invcstigaAll -' ._ 4
owls era. ".t home they do not mind The 'KI.slmmM"'v.l ey:'Gazette 'b believes'that' no more? tnt.ereitlngpIcturee . sparrow'alone on"a'housetop;" "As ,y
:-thU at aJL. 'They enter and leave thele : children. There' for the'stork..' the. fir tree .,1. her
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can found for its pages than All) kind of Grove Farm L'I
the .small ironchimneyAttached home.." Who-will recall the *. Ranches and '
. by means of s .fore the Gazette Invites every.,.mother in the city and county to send not words"wing Investments. ,
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l AUTQ.SMASN'UPDaytona HE HAS' STRUCK OIL Ii_ ''Men and'women who can help>>' ; S

Ai I iii'E FRESIIREPDRTS OF PROGRESS ; : < ,I -.. .. .. .you'com to us,.", ..InveitiarsU_ f'
FROM, THE ADVANCING STATE. : I MW iJta HH-' ; 1 I, * their, abilities and list their. '
., ......? .OF FLORIDA I' .-A terriffio'' collision on] Bronson.-=:m ,A, Lindsay has .located _names.* There U hardly any line '
Daytona beachMonday Ynorning be-j what seems to be indications of la.: which we cannot.supply skilled
JIlamL- M rsTTftffaf JJfickell'will'de-i I tween two racing can that may result., oil of some kind on his property HELP; .whether, you are ;
SAYSR.C. velop suburb comprising 1rov.ea.. .. I Tampa.-The Tampa &: <3 .' i railway has completed its tracks to St. Bradentown marred the Labor Day I are located. After driving a well 160 housewife we ,can secure: the
Fort Meade.t-City voted '$25,000 Petersburg.. Material'trains are already celebration at the popular resort. feet in search of water the substanceof aid you need..
i bonds -for electric light plant, being;run into St. 'Petersburg Messrs. W. D. Rogers and 'L. B. I the soil is located which has the Write to us. ;
.... and about the 16th or 20th of this Fort, of Orlando; were driving northat : appearance of that akin to oil. He, of BUREAU OF INFORMATION, "';
Phone Companies Directed'To .IIome.tead.--City proposes to ask month, President Charles II. Brown a moderate rate of speed, in the course is excited over the find as Phone 2530 lOlftVm Frankln SU ,
;, Legislature for permission to Issue said the road will inaugurate passenger Studekaker racer entered by the San I well as other Bronson citizens. The Tampa, Florida.. "'' d.
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(, $50,000 bonds to construct electric and freight service between Tam-, Juan Garage Jaecompanied by a.bigtouring .commercial way. .... ,
Stop: Concessions ]i light plant; waterworkl'and" streets. paand Petersburg. car in which were-a numberof material as valuable amTof worth In a .
: Only. one gap exists- in the line and ladies. Behind these cars came : not develop oil, it will be of' somea .
{ I Palatka.-DrGS.Davis; acquired that U at-; Boker Creek where a' trestle the big Buick ontered by Mr. Warren ,: boon to Bronson. invigorating: the, Pal*' and,Sickly1{ '
Whlggs'Lake property and will establish is now being built. Boker Creek and driven by his mechanician at a Mr. Lindsay and others are of-the .
>:- IN ORDER JUST ISSUED BY resort, erect bath houses, dance is about 1,000 feet from the site of the high speed.Mr. opinion that if the matter located doesfinding Tlte Old ateed.ral TA.STRLBSilehlllTOMIC.driVssaviMslsrls vtmctbrals* tovla.OBOVK'S "
ROAD COMMISSIONERS THEY r pavilion etc St.. Petersburg station and is inside Warren was comine south on of flowing oil wells would beIngs ..aiickm the blood,.tfd bands liBtBSSits*.
Y ESTABLISH NEW RULING IN the city limits. The station at Clear. the beach at a speed of fully seventy I will be awaited.impatiently. UK. _A true to./.. Foe adslU sad csUdr m.oge. ;,
f'i MATTER OF CHARGES. I. Bartow.-L. .Hebt will erect bu.l.'nell. water"j,a- about' completed now 'Mr. miles an hour in his big National
.'bl ek; cement walls; metal roof; Brown says-nd plans areready for 'racer and in endeavoring to pass the I :
cost $3,000 to $4,000: the erection of the station on the Studebaker and the touring car he 1 ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME., y :
l Tallahassee Fla.-In a circular letter e Ninth street property owned by the ran too close and sideswiped the w. Triad MF use very ...-ae.esy.. sSt rM Oar etas .f8. aef _t'.Tery of
t: Just isued to all telephone companies Bowling Green.-T. A. Cumbie will T. &: G. C.Service. Studekaber, taking off one of the -. ._... 0..11_ ... eeaeMs. ad WILL NOT mcbBA TUB AMMONIAfertilisers. ''',
in the _hich l. the aaertaIn ._.Ut, !. w.et w. _.ftMtw* lisas <.* '1'
state, the railroad at first will be becauseof ;;
commissioners slow .
have erect building to. contain. five sto!>:!.. front wheels. He then evidently lo.tI tw .vr, and ......... 7- wtl.taNI.r Aar car..tee si ....
established a new the roadbed, but as'it becomes settled control of the National and ran headon Agr4ee. =.r/::: : .
e 1' ruling in the matter of charges for Bradentown.-East &: West Coast the schedule will be speeded uo. I into the Buick racer. The National BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY ,
service, and all telephone- companies The T, &: G. C. promises to give the 'and '
railway company has laid 14 milesof \ turned over 'several times DEFT. "C. OCIt:...... rbORIDA.IDEAL. ' .i'.
a are directed td discontinue all concessions track on its line from Manatee best service to and from St. Petersburg pinned Mr Warren sunder it. His 15
that have been made in the and Qradentdwn to Arcadia. and intermediate points pods ' cheek and collar bones were broken //t:
past to certain classes of .ub criben. ble. A daily round trip, which will be* and it probable her suffered inter-
For example the Pensacola ex- Jacksonville. report saya that all at first will undoubtedly be dou- nal injuries that may result fatally' -
change the Southern_Bell Telephone the SeaboardAir- Line will build a bled later.. though he--was, still alive Monday' -.
N and Telegraph company carried a long spur nearly two miles -long from night. */ :
list of subscribers who have enjoyeda Broward to the north property line !! "
60 per cent concession in monthly of the aCrpenter-O'Brien company, for DE SOTA SPENDING BIDS *ANTED FOR NEW
.:' rental charges for telephone service. lumber purposes. COUNTY COURT HOUSE ..
'' According to the commissioners this is I
: a dl.eriminatioz: and is in violation Esperitu Santo Springs.Esporitu BIG'SUMS'ON SCHOOLS West Palm Beach.-At .Friday's a
., -I .f law. In another case, where there Santo Springs company incorporated, meeting, the board of county commissioners
! are two charitable Institutions of the capital stock $200,000, will reclaim 85 advertised for bldr for -I FERTILIZERS. ,
willbe
same class, to which the law allows acres. of land from old Tampa,., Arcadia.-Durine "the two erection of a courthouse. The bids '
the granting" free or reduced price build seawall, construct sidewalks, eta past opened at the October meting. a
the'sum of I '
has been
$190,000 'FBest
years courthouse will be built on Poinsettiastreet
service 100 cent 'concession in F
a V. H. W. E. Sin-
per president ; put into De Soto county school buildings between Althea and First avenue .
i. of such subscribers ; and
rate granted one stair, vice and general man- Cheapest
if those under
j1; while only a 60 per cent concession ,ager; O. M. Goodrich, secretary-treas and ;funds-on now hand .to complete construction'them ; on the block of land the donated by
for
Mr. HenrM .Flagler purpose.
is granted the other. The commissioners urer. .
hold that it is a discrimi.nation are counted. The..building. will-cost _.wbe...in. -. 'r For .
Two-years ago the .<:hool. propertyvaluation' the neighborhood of 175000. Plans
to grant a 100 per cent concession Zolfo.-Zolfo Electric'company, IL
to one charitable,= religious G. Murphy, president,:let contract'tobuild "of the eounty was $85,000 I and specifications for the building,
and is now-$175,000, which shows a by W. B. Talyl architect '
were prepared
allow 60 for electric
and only a house
Institution per power light GARDENJacksonville
marvelous Increase in the of
holdings
cent concession to another. plant; also purchased 60 h..p. engine I the school board. of Jacksonville-_ j '

';A. majority. of the telephone' companies and other equipment"; 1,000- -lights. capa4ity. I r' Neatly all schools\of", the 'county Jackionville.-Port'; Toinmissloners.. GROVEF' \ < :
have been'granting to; county .> '-7. ; have bad additional members appointed Mqntl'Omer-'Cone. chairman, and F. ; >" '; . .' /1" -
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and municipal governments, in which : to the faculty Arcadia requiring W, Bruce' Ch.. engineer,'adopted report 7' / : .: ., \ .
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they operate concessions in rates,',and Groveland-Edge-Dowllng Lumber''an increase of five teachers. providing, for docks nearly;dou e. ... .!..... ,.... .. .-, .,.... .... ,...", ,., I"., '',, ',,," ,.\.'._, '';' '".'' ,"t ':if."I .. ."' ..
this ruling of the commissioners cities and company purchased timber (estimated Anent the matter of ,the .growthof ble length originally planned; > new ..1. t.l,.'!1.I., :;.\ of, "t' II ." ;;d',":: ;" ) J -: 'w":';;'} ",10 '\ ';j\7Wilson&Toome \ -. .
affect all of these towns, quantity 100,000,000 feet cypress .and
the schools, two years ago the en- plane to"pro.-i for two piers' each
..co ntle'" _jL: ___j__ *_ 200.ooo.00Q.f"tpine:: ), on.acreage ,in .rollmentinArcadia---346r..nd-la.t ,1,000-test'-long-260--feet-wide.--3 jEertllizer CQ.._'t ,'
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Hernando, LakePasco and Sumter year it was',668,' showing an average, 500,000 available and further expen-
E.-.n counties. Purchaser will cut and'ship gain of 111 each, diture contemplated. Florida :yY:
: CITRUS CROP'IN FI to Its-Grov land, mills.. 'Plans''to- construct year. I :

it an additional mill for cypress .. .. Co. Ir
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I Molino.-Molino school district, A. SCHNARR'SInsecticide SPRAY ,

: S. Edwards, superintendent will erect ,. ..; dy ft'
I Encouraging reports regarding the three-room f\re-esupe\ at school No. 1. Kills every Whltefly. Larva Seal. Ru.t-Mlle and Red Bolder that are '
C e hit. Removes sooty mold and Insures healthy tree and brlirtit fruit. : :
citrus fruit crop continues to be recelved Agents for Bean and Nlag-ara Power Sprayers and Hand Pump. Also .
I Tampa,-Tampa school district will State agents for Niagara Brand Soluble Sulphur '
:i at the Valley Gazette office erect school at Moody Heights. to' cost J. KCHXAKH' sir COMPANY. ORLANDO ri.OIilDA. BEST LUMBER ON' EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES J
from practically every section of the 25000. Sek..r" ':_t...... Will N.t ...... the Whitcdy r..L I p.
i t state.. The rainy season is now on, ,1.:
#rol\i\ but there has been just enough rain 1 Leesburg.-Leesburg school district .
I let contract at $24,417 to erect school;
It'' In most every section to keep the crop '115 by 100 feet, two stories, 12 classrooms -

In excellent condition. I auditorium, (separate building) f M
r' In Orange, De Solo and Polk counties ,,60 by 79 feet, asbestos shingle roof, I Yellow Pine '
-: the fruit is reported good und i i heating plant to cost $1,900, electric ,Al LADINfI boslaew N1..alt1oede. ,
J fruit larger than last season. Oranges lighting $600. musof New York.
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show color and oYn..nwtbi Bick
r r have begun-to eI the the e N.Iee ig 1s--
..,' of good sizes. )Dade county will oro-i j Gaine ville.-Mn. Lois Tucker will\ sueaq.N.--Me as- ,a t.ka. Fr.m the_ .
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.t' ducethe largest cron of grapefruit: ,:i establish cotton gin. Has purchased' letter 205.'r.yed of ,.te..It.In...his.- .Letl.noftoeatl.atore..... to the.-.tn. ,#.,..
i I ever grown in the state and of ex"eeellent -' t mae' inery. . meat '*"Tb.cirrus fruit text of the crop, evytN.af./Ylly EVERYTHING J..
' quality. i I book." This Is used what we tres .d. There Sr.no thenrle* .
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'.. Lee county one of the most 8Outh-1 I' SarallOta.-Board fo Public Instruction sought we are .to..tta.r.eke. to W.e.t.lo hare Iteoie.and. book set lerth tlree-Is all...the..t adrift-aped"a. the-
t t' ern counties on the West of Manatee county, Bradentown, _C4 by .....- sacs la fruit growing.A '
' ports si good crop larger than lalt.Jit. let contract to F. H. Andrews to erect
year. It will mature early and no,!, school at Palmview. ; cost. '$2,328. TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE WrJl
., doubt shipments of grapefruit will e Guide. to Citrus Fruit Culture

'i tart September 15. j i West Pajm Beach--Alice M. Knoll .I-
-- will house. -
J i erect apartment e . The Nurseries Catalog '
Buckeye
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REMEMBER YOUR LAST I Jacksonville.\ -W. Pipes Realty .

,, ; company will erect store and apart- Nurseries superior trees --this has been
ment house to cost $16,000 and storeto Buckeye grow -

+ DOSE OF CALOMEL ? : cost $5,000. . their successful' accomplishment for more thirty years. Wk are Eitlly" equipped and manufacture all grade. pfIqrober w p

', 'I Jack onviU..J.. C Halsema will Our interest in the trees does not end with the sale to -
:. I j i erect one-Story concrete building on the grove owner, however. We want them to thrive Shingles Laths;Window and Door Frames, Moulding i

;.r.. .<<;:iou' probably' recall the' bad after- i Forbes street; cost. *$7,000.. rand beat profitable crops-and purchasers of Buckeye of alll kind, Framing, dreued and rough. Cypress Lumber.

': .icknese, j2ta ,of the took calomel it for.more You than need the!| Orlando.-Dr. C- D. Christ has plans trees'are given every possible aasistance to this end. We also carry a complete line of Brick,Lime,Cement,Paints +'

r. ;' you for store building three stories, cost Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish you everything

r .. "never all knocked again out go for through a day with or two being by I j I,r| 33000._ . 'TheBookTypifies Buckeye Seiko : for your house or year" barn from ground to roof. :

1 county commljloners .
calomel." j I I Marianna.-Jackson

"\ .,, Next time your. liver gets .Iugci.h'j J. E. Gammon, chairman 'of Buckeye Service to planters Buckeye trees baa'*'a.. ilh1M

'..- and Inactive>, we urge that (I board walk around will construct courthouse cement wall.and. as well known u the Quality of the trees themselves. Out com,
square. Estimate "
". t J. Z. RobersonV for a bottle of Dod- . plete and helpful catalogKas been,for years a most important I Send .OT.F'ree: I $

'son's Liver Tone a splendid Vegetable MiamL-City let contract' for''laying factor of this service.. The'new'edition is by far the most \ ,

d medicine that will start your 54,000 .qure.yards asphalt. attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published. Sendtoday.forfcwe sir
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liver &II "surely' ever )It. ; Will issue $12,666 .copy: you grow .. .; s .
; .none"of the after-effects of street'Dora.City bonds.' I" I' -' ,1'" -,' ; '- ." We will be .1ad.tO aWe. .yeti'lrlces'''and Estimates: EREt 'I

... calomel. It Is absolutely harmless pacing .. o ;BuckeyeNuroeries'JT, ? Contractors Estimates on Louse-.'.bills.receive ....... attestiosL'. 4 "t.
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Line railway let contract to.'Eo W. TvlHfry. '
wands no restriction of habits or diet.Alarge . Parker Tampa to erect depot;-.cost .' : :

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- lit., Ansadlalt over,,;100,000 meted head of that cattle there" on' : '

ranges in Pe Soto county, and .
i engaged in the Industry believe il

'a little it Is only over a its month Infancy ago,, a West ree.ea : .re.e. :

Ja, company purchased 150,000 .
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,000Their' consideration being jJ J
P 60 purpose is to raise ,
Improved breed of cattle on this big .' .
; h, and after a careful Invtostigaof 'I
A .the matter, they have come to /

. + u?;, 'even"conclusion! greater that than the they Investment at first sup1"he will- Here Is the Greatest Newspaper Offer. 0, : '

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: : : Cudahy people were in the .

(V($"i'reeent1y.' ; beef and purchased cattle from several this Ever Made To the of Florida

j&\ stated ttlni' all that that they could were be I People j ..J

lured, and not only the best brands, i
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.'. fall that'could'Le' used for beef. ,
'y It I. becoming more and more man- Ix
", 'ifest by the stock raisers in this section Here Are l' .
f:. that this state it destined to be- They 1 f
"coroe. in.the"" near future one of the I ALL $
-largeststock raising centers of our .
; entire,country. The slate, as a cat- MOVIE
1 tie country, la rapidly raining a reputation PICTORIAL ,
: ; 'in mil sections of> the country, .
.and' .the-cattlemen will get together The National Movie Weekly-26 Weeks $2.60 for' the
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'5 and devote their energies to the industryas price
never before.
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..J\McK,\ of Klseimmee motored out to ;
I' .the 'C, H. Funk home Friday after- : Total $4.60
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J' .1dr.. Gall m is Visitinc in Orlando. .
:-,tat the J. K. Milliard home for a : -- -- --
.,* Y Mrs. Roy Wiley of Texan is Minting .
,',jiDlo" Isn't it to know
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during the summer months has been .

"".'...'.few Mrs.day.George Haye and family called ;; William
''On Mr. and Mrs. Keith Tindall Sunday ; ;;i J. Burns
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,t, While enjoying a game of "blind ;
.man's, buflT" with a number of \ounjr' i iII' .
""folks' at the Sam Barber home, Gordon '
; dunn ran into a tree severely ) p-
'-/1,/ i,,bruising; his face. Although ,.
.1, ".... ] '"ries are. not serious I Will Help: You Solve :
Mr, and Mrs.'L wson, :afro', )Harvey, 1 .
-:-Misses Blanche and JanettO. Lawson "jJ
Vltfl,' Edna and I Lena Harvey and ,
Master Dick Lawson enjoyed a plunge;, '1
in East Lake last Saturday aftl'rnMn.:1:
Mrs.. Edgar McKee and Miss Ella ;.1 a
,,McKee' 8 spent. Sunday with Mrs. Jeff!I.:I" THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY ,

Mlle .
:: Edna Han'e'vi:\ ited MI P i j
At Y Myrtle. Barber Sunday. I ;
\*' I, Mr. C. H. Funk andamity and
'. brother 'Wyandt, called on Mr and .
'''Mrs.. Munn Sunday afternoon VALLEY GAZETTE has secured o'j
exclusively
?,!-,,. Mrs. Harvey, Misses Ruth and Lena THE .

''fi'and Everett., and and Messrs Mrs.! Smith Ira ,Pittman Evelyn its readers, a real treat-something that will I

w.., and Aaron at the StorY Lawson enjoyed home.Sunday afternoon help blaze the trail to the solution of the Million Dollar ''t

\t Miss Evelyn Smith called on Mrs.
v
':.', Armour Tindall Friday afternoon. Mystery story which is now, running in the Valley r
i Mrs. A, D. Story spent several days
.-,,In Kisslmmee last week visiting her Gazette and its great $10000; prize For its solution.
f 1 niece. Mrs. Jessie Smith. "
"
Mr. land Mrs. Arthur Haye haveI
: moved to Whittier. The World' Greatest Detective. William J. Burns is writing the most wonderful aeries of articles #rt
I 5,:Miss Bessie Lawson of Orlando will
,',spend a week'with home folks before that point out clues to the solution The Million Dollar Mystery Mr. Burns visited the scenes of this p,
to her school],,which commences '
f,going September 14. 'great photo-drama to be able] to get closer to the,facts-actually interviewed Florence,..the Countess Olga;' ,

,I.that" The less attendance than three at years Sunday ago the School col- Jones-the-butler. , Jimmie' Norton" the reporter] Susan Brain'*,and.:.others. :whom, you watch weekly' on the xr ;' -
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_'' were so : > .cr tn.' ":" "
the="expense of literature .

.." ', next for the quarter's school,'supplies while now paid'we for have in the advance Trained as he is in ferreting out hidden things: M_ Burns points out truths and suggestions that you i u"' ,..,

e .<" and are making donation to = would never think about-shows the logical hiding place of the million dollars-tells)) some startling facts '.\
: the'new; church erection fund? We
t also had a balance at the close of the about Jones and Hargreave-knows what Florence h as learned through Norton-indeed, goes into the very ; } {," 4 4-. ,
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contributedto .s r
't" second quarter which was heart of this absorbing t .a, ...
( ', to this same fund and we ,sincerely mystery story. ? ./l,
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u': hope that ,the balance will be larger f fThe
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"i" i TIN SOLDIERS DRUGGED Great $10,.000 Prize Will Go to One hllr' :

Jf'; IN PENSACOLA RESORT .

,1 'Pensacola.-Two soldiers Harding Person! Why: Don't You Try to Win? t
-i and. Johnson, from Fort Barrancas,
,'; were drugged in some place in the
.. i ,:iL\, 'lower section of the city and for an : With these helps, you are better equipped to off er to the Thanhouser Film Corporation a rational t,? r1y 1 ..
:hour or more it was thought they \
*; av would die. The men went to a number :. solution-to tell what becomes of Hargreave, what became of the million what happens to the Countess, r i f ...

')i l unconscious of places. They by were lat.erllcked : whom Florence marries. These great Burns articles a re published every week in MOVIE PICTORIAL the -

.,f" to np the police station where it was : National Movie ,Weekly-that sells for lOc s copy at newsd<<;.alera. But The Valley Gazettes special !/ ,:'

'oj 4':i found .they were had been drug the Physicians men. :. offer will)) give you MOVIE PICTORIAL for 6 months ti' .-r::'K.

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in addition to this six months subscription (26"*consecutive weekly issues), containing illustrations WILLIAM J. BURNS

SATISFIED,? : Atones.of the movies and movie stars and,other highly interesting things:-as well as the Burns ar Chief oi William J. Burns International Detective AgencySpecial 'r

'. '\ : : titles you Will get reprints of all the Burns'articles run to_date (they started July 4). You will thus
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**.' *. : have the Burns series from the first as well as MOVIE PICTORIAL for six months; from now. Read The .

'"'Th";. .' Evidence Is Convincing. The : Valley Gazette exceptional] offer at the end of the finger point-and.act BOW! d w
Testimony
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: Open to InvestigationBefore : "
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r, t bare, .it i mat be supported by local : If you,live out in the county or state or nation, just enclose a check for $130 and your.subscription to i

, testimony-by;: the evidence of some : the MOVIE PICTORIAL, McCALJL'S MAGAZINE and THE VALLEY GAZETTE will begin at once. Don't .
f : in Klssimmee. Statements
.' \ 'one.,residing from unknown people in remote : delay-don't wait-do it now. Remember this is the chance of a life time. Read the great mystery story The Valley Gazette wiD be mailed at your home weekly at the ': '';

5, ,s 'places-may;: ,be true; but we cannot now, running in The Valley Gazette. Then read the Burns articles in The Movie Pictorial, and win; regular rate of $1.50 a year--:and yon will receive MOVIE PICTORIAL

, prove,them. Here is a statement by $10.000. You can if you will! for six months--26 consecutive weekly numbers plus all back Burns ;'
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y .. Kissimmee resident: articles, and McCall's Monthly Magazine for one'-year--all for the .
\ I G M..D. Ward, proprietor butchersahaoypar ; regular rate of The Gazette.
Valley Torn
..' I .* Mabbett street, Kisslmmee, in your subscription order r
"My back gave out entirely Mail Your-Subscription. TOD 1 Y .ew.' Your subscription to, MOVIE PICTORIAL and McCall's Magazine '
', and I. had to work.
just stop
times
: ;t at begins at once, and you receive: the back Burns articles without
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r', s boned, in', passage., The way r 1UtIerecI delay Order today I )
.'.' wall Indescribable and I got so 4 Remember the .Bargain Price Won't L't' Long! c..

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rFRiDAt- v. ; SEPTEMBER: 11., 1914.. :THE ,KISSIBTMKE: VALLET GAZETTE' .,. 1. PAGE 1L



; ; ;'i.' !' .,. .. .. ."'- .. . o i .. ., . .... . ...o.. ITOTICK-rOB FVDUCAftOM.. NQTICB: Of ELECTION.Whereas. '" ., the state of Florida,' Relattn: to:the
.
4 ._, e Appointment of Commissioned.. OSIeers. H 'Ee BAILEYPalntlagtod "
;O :CAIIPBELL.ITEMS.. 4 o' ,ORANGE CENTER.f. 'as _DePtt'.f 4k* lB Thin I>s1slature of 11... o frLth* State 'Mllltlat ' :: .-? -. ": ,
LAND 0alnesv111i. und.r'lhe Constitution ,.' Ue It Resolved by.the1 Legislature. of
O OFFICB at of U..1I.U
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the State Of Florid : .
<; .....' t 'o.o'o"o'to.oo o..t" 'OO 0.0. o. ... t. 6.: :MOTICB Florida, yiuirust I. 1111 State Resolutions of Florida. did pass ,three Joint That ,the following amendment to | Pipe Baa [..;'z;. I
) |a hereby given thatywilllam' proposing amendments to
Mr.: Ernest Brown who has 'been When people first come..to Florida, :r. Oarrett. of Louirh" man. FlorW;*. who Constitution of the State of.Flor 1I..Uon.l.! of of the Article' IV of. the Constitution ".INTERIOR, WORE A 8FECIATTY
Stateof Florida I
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Visiting his family .for '., few days, on rebmary Jjl. ISIS' ma e-VSmiteaV) ida and the same were agreed to by a.' *
; they study to, find out the'best 'Way JlJntSert.l No. O"4I ftor'sWH of Vote'of three-fifths of all the memberelected hereby asreed. to n40f.] 1 bo *ubmilted 21 Mabbette Streets .
returned Wimauma.Mrv J to the the State '
Wednesday to make things grow;' but after Hv- Nwi4'and NWH of 8WU Section 17, to each house: that the vote for 1 9-U
h, Brown states that, business. is good Ing hero'awhile their problem Is howto *tid'BH, ef Nl l.4. Section *. Township on said Joint Resolutions' were II toted .1 that la to say, ,
at South' Uanre tl Last Tallahassee upon their respective Journals her""n.r\\
present that Section
tie IV
keep some things from growing. Meridian, has phd .!rotlfe! of Intentiono with the yeas and nays thereon and .. shall beamended
,Mr. 11' T., Reaves spent. Monday. in 'One of they- did determine and direct *o a* to read follow.!' :
our people near Orange Center makeFlv..r Proof to establish that the See. It. Th Governor shall C. F.' THRASHERSHEET ,
Kissimmee on business., planted bno Seed from a citron last!I claim to the.land 'above il;" .oelblld.'he.font said Joint Resolution be submitted to commissioned. 'offleers. of the appointall State ,
(lark of the eJectoos ;
have had the Circuit Court. ,1/.t RIsetren.ee of the State at the General
The niee rains that we .
He-allowed It to take : MllltlK. aa general
spring its ,
; own FlorMa" on the IJnd day of Election In < Stateg rankuof
the past few days, are making things course..Up to the first of September' .Bct.tomber.: I ll7 Now, Therefore. arH.lI Crawford.8eer for the. brTsadlerroneral. METAL.WORKER
of who ,
., :such as' egg-plants and oCher' vegetables he had cut 88 citrons from the one I' 1 Cl lmant iMLmM A. w'tneeses!, K. fl. ..tary of-8tat. tho State of.Klor. :The. duties acompeneattoe of staff.all
Tolar, Ida )Steel Ceilings Specialty
t ZxiUKhman do
Carry
Florida
hereby notice that a
Oeneral
and the promise ofa s. .
grow nicely, vine and had..to use an axe and Sullivan ,of LoughmanFlorldai' J. E. Election lnyb". held In each noun officers so appointed shall bfa fixed by
great'', yield ,is excellent. bing hoe to remove the ,vhio. 1r"lb..1 '''Vhldde..., of . R.\ ii. i ty. In Florida on Tuesday, next: succeeding lawTh.officers.term* of of the office of all corn.misioned tnll-. Phone-US-Ri Klsslmmee, FU.; .
oriranlsed
,Mrs, Aaron Reeves who has, been HI)Insjton" ,, ,vt lx>tiirhman. the'first Monday In Nuvember. Itla shall be -oontlnuou I aDlcvr .'
} .1J.u\j'i1\ the
same man plantedkalyir corn ; during'
hospital in iKis- HENRY: A. D. 114, the said Tuesday being the c.
'In Rivera
the private years'ago and left one talk to; ,find 8..1t .',, Reor"t.l" third day of November for fie rstlfl. .pleasure .the Governor subject touch Wsi1iPst.y ,
for the three weeks, is.spending law a may b* enacted by: the (
simples past
cation
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out. what it might do.J Last year he ''o.; rejection of' tho 'said Joint Legislatureproeidlhg for their retire. ,
Ii, the week with Mrs. Ernest, cut one l large head from the stalk NOTICE ''TO CREDITOnS. R..oluUnn.propo.lnc amendments to. ment tor av* or" Other causes.
Constitution of, the 8lat,,of Ylor.Ida. ,
is much "
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Reaves' DRNTIT
Mrs healtJj '
Brown '' .;. .
and this:past spring the plant stooled IB Cart .f ... Cou; >;r Judge .Slate of vl..I' 4 ----- '
Improved and her many friends' hope out; and up to date he has' cut In' the flerl.-i Osreela Imwimtr.. u .,__? A, Joint Resolution proposing an A' ..;..t ReMlB lem,- % Upstairs inKau 81.111121011'
for Tier a complete recovery. "heads and Tn re' Estate of C F. Prevail,"'flrL'o Amendment to Section Six 45), of Ar- : ,
Miss Flossie Bryant spent Sunday' neighborhood od 75 rood al Creditors. LwKntees." Distributees tloe Fight (1) of the Constitution of Proposing An Amendment, Seo- J'nomB 130UABfTelephboe t 'It.".' m. 11 ... ..
the plant is still growing. and all PeorltOn..havln Claims-or Oa the Slate of Florida, relating to County tlon One of Article V of the, Constitution. r .30 tj ,
with Miss Ernestine Browns mands against said Estste Officer Relating; to.the. Judiciary.,, toJun m.; ;
: a. Mr. J. M. Bryant is spending his Another one of our planters, upon You and each of you are hereby notified B. It resolved bT.the Legislature.. df Be It Received by th.Le..I.lature,: of" 0.78: hr> Ii
vacation in North Carolina, visiting hearing an unusual poise ono rVht and required towh'present anyclaims the State of Florida! the State of Florida S SI. ,
( That the followlnsT amendment to That the \-1
and following amendment to '
demand '
'S,, frlkeln Howard / just after one of our recent delightfulrains either of you. may have against you the or Section Six 15) of Article KlKht" (l)< Section On of Article V, of the Constitution D R.,, w. :w; CARSON "
t McGlochiin of Lough- went out to investigate! think estateof C. F. Prevail. Sr., deoeaaed. of the Constitution of tha State of 1* hereby. agreed to and shall "
Sunday with Mrs. Alec ing someone was passing in a. Ford lAte of Oscc-ola County. Florida. to theundersigned Florida I* hereby agreed to and shall b* proposed submitted' to the eleee| DENflSlOffice '
man spent
'\ >, lie found the noise was made by the administratrix of said estate he submitted to the elector of the tore of the Slat* for approval or rejection .
Bronson'of this place. State at the general election -
4 within two years from the date to be at the next general election
4 e ">.''W. E. McLane of O'Brien, Fla., rapid growing of his sweet potatoes hereof. held on the first Tuesday In November, hereafter that I. to say, said Section .over Colo's Jewelry Store
'. M. in the field.Guess that's going some. Dated Jt.lr D. 14.SARAH A. D. 1914. for ratification or rejection: One of said Article shall 'b* amend d .
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Mr. J. -
,r vino! Bryant as secif Mr. Len Bowtnnn wife and baby I, A. PRKVATT.: Section. The Legislature shall proVide so a* to read a* follow.! Office, Hours: 8-19, 1--S ,
.I" ', 'tJo oreman. AdministratrixAttorney for the election by the qualified Section 1. The-Judicial power-of'the .Office phohe.J68.
j r .1 MJ ehn 'R ea ves and two little were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bon- iF. KHIBRa elector In each County of the following State shall be vested .In a Supreme ,Residence", /4.
,"childreli- few duy.withMr. ncy early this week. Mr. Bowman is for Elstats./ Sl-lt county officers: A Clerk of tile Court. Circuit Courts, Court of Recordof 23a ,
ending a
ale.qr! : Circuit Court a Sheriff Constables a Bscambla County. Criminal Courts Gas administered for
extraction
of
;; J. T. Rea '\,!.vuLfamily.! the assistant in charge of thn furniture County Assessor of Taxes, a Tax Col. County Courts. County Judges; and] Justice ; teeth, "
r Campbell is Bteadily"tfc.X B. R. Garrett ?..cfl *h deportment store in Orlando. atructlon and a County Surveyor. The Commissions aa the eirlslsture may
front. Mr. is *
term of office of all County officers from time to lime ordain and establish. 1 ,
-a new -residence Broadway, whicH :W...A. Spence completed a- job of mentioned In this Section shall be fty The Legislature may prescribe the :, t'
fr will be for rent when completed. planternTipopkn last Saturdav. I. Court of the CouBty Judge, State of four years except that of County Assessor compensation of the Ju.Uc..nd .DRU'-S'GEICER. I
has the of Oak Chariman tarffL: \\r. from his old Florida.. of I1'axes, and County Tax: Collector Judges of the severacourt., bat no . AND '.1i. uao.'
Campbell also promise a "n.TStj'.jjf.' this In re Estate of Charles. Edward Frank; who shall be elected for two your heretofore. established under the Citizens Bank Building '
'14 new Baptist Church* The lumber has home in lln. Ost-vola County years until at the fteneral. election to Constitution and taw of Florida shall, '
.. already been ordered and in a few, week. He is stopping with hla" 4, Notion I. hereby given to all whomIt be held In the year A. D. 1116 when bo hereby abolished Klsitroraee, FloiUlA
concern that the 2d day of and after which they shall be, electedfor
may on
Mr Snence.
'y// weeks the building will be started or t'honeat' Office 297, 64
in St. November; A. 1 1). 191. we shall apply to a term of four years. Their powers or
near completion. Mr. Willoughby is visiting the Honorable T. M Murphy. Judge' of duties and compensation shall be prescribed > The votes cast In compliance with
l\ '" Cloud a few days this week. said court aji judge of probate, for a I by law. The Legislature snail said proposed amendments and the Betidence. 265. : ,14lyrJMU.
:ti' Jack onville.-W. F. Pipes Realty Our school opened Monday morning; final discharge' as executors the elate providh by law for the care and u.1 canvass, declaration and returnsthereof \
of Charles Edward ILtl del I tody of all County funds and shall shall be subjected to the same
.. Co. will erect 2-story brick building with a good enrollment: with more to ceased; and that at the same lime we provide the method of reporting:, and I rnirlilatlons end restrictions .. are
to contain 6 apartments; cost $15- follow in a short time. will present our nivil accounts as exicutoie '. paying out all such funds provided by law for general ejections -
and Crassnickle are of said ..estate and ask for their Provided, County Treasurer's electedIn In the State of Florida. '
r I Meagre. Hupp
000. approval General. Election held In tH shall In Testimony Whereof. T have hereuntoset RIVERS, M. D. '
Pl'111.1C.1T10N.Department viiiitintr Tampa and the south part of Dated May let A n lBf holt office fur the term elected.A my hand and affixed the Great -:... ..L--- ,
NOTK of" 011 the Interior U S. Land the state this week. H. M nn"ATF.R.ELLA Seal of the State of Florida at Tallahassee PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
', to take drive from M. KHANKLIN.Kxrcutors.. JolBt HesolBtlen. the Capital, this the twentyfifth w
'j Office at nalnesvllle Florida, August If you want a day of July A. D. 114.
'... 29. 1914.f KiRsimmee to Orlando you will have Office-over Osceola Pharmacy>
GEO. F. PARKER. Proposing
Is hereby given that Daniel ( an Amendment to Section H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
L.NOTICE McLaughlin of Aluer Florida who. to he cure you are sober, ,or you might Attorney. 16 of Article IV of the Constitution of (Seal.) Secretary,. of State. I I Residence 63,

on May 10. ttll made Homestead Entry fall off the embankment somewhere PHONJC8C f,Office 148
I of Lots -- -- v --- -
Serial No. 0486. for S 1-2 between the Osceola county line and

'.f I ands 14. and Township N 1-! of II Lots Bouth 4 and Range 6. Section 34Bast. r"onley., And nay you must have a +>4< M W-M-> >+.o-H+->+<-t<-r GfsMM'4it IMFOv++ii0'FP+ +O+W'0PROOR1SSiVE'1410'0' 00' 0#. 0 I 0

Tallahassee Meridian has filed Ford or some other car that will pull .
notice of Indention to make Commutation through heavy sand or you will stick W. L. WINK :*

tt land Proof above described to establish, before claim Clerk to the of sure Well anyway it has given our v S .. _.

y f i the Circuit Court. at Klsalmmee. Florida county convicts a lob for ahil,?. Thatis PHYSICIAN

on the 13th day of Orioher 1914 Bometfnng. What a fellow thinks Office 2nd Floor Wilson
..41 Building.Rr.lo..n. .
Claimant names as witnesses: R. E.
he tries to it that is .
through
J n. Owens an go ; .
Willis of AU T Florida.; PHOHIIIII JC___
(f' of AlKer Florida; C. R. Richards. of something else Orric FroNB.W. IwatrA
I Alver Florida.; U H. Guy of Alger, Mr. W. E. Robertson from Canada is _

(. ,H Florida. HENRY a CHORB ., now a permanent resident of Orange C. L. JIYATTPby.lclall' r
DR.
I .{ __ Reglatp'nnIER Center.
andSurgeon
I California two residentsthis .
us
.t:. FOR PVDLIC..TION.ftH gave I ., \
weak in the persons of Messrs Business :
IlL IB Circuit ('...rt. state of Florida.Sev- Phones '
Wm. Hupp and S. R. Crassnickle. Both PeopleYou
,-i ..t.. ....1..1.1 C..It 0.1. 0..0' EJss'lmmeo '
1m LhaiM-ery.. gentlemen have farms here and expect Office 19?

''i rte I City of Klsslmmee.. Complainant vsWellford to remain permanently.Mr. K... 248 Florida

fA Addis. Defendant E. B. has ordered lumber ..
r.t It appearing; by'affldavlt appended to Morgan I
If''r the bill filed Tn the above-stated cause for his business house and also for
I,' that Wellford Addle the defendant. his residence. The residence will be
+. :;. c' therein. named. I I. a non-resident of the H.D.. GEIGER
tate of Florida, and I I. a resident of quite cozy, judging from the plans.Mr. .
the city l of Washington. District oft I IColumbia Ansley was a business visitorto Should Know
over the age of twentyone Orange Center a feW days back.Cur -vATTORNEY-AT-LAW
It Is therefore ordered
? t that said year non-resident; defendant be ) old friend, Mr. Motrey, write Office State Bank Building,. ._ ,_
,
and I I. hereby required to appear to that he hopes to be with us in Orange Klssimmee.' aGEO.
the bill of complaint filed In said cause Center again in a very short tam,. .
on or before Monday the 7th day of
otherwise the al He. wfll Imorove his farm property.Dr. .
rrlrot-i.ltlll:: : : will b* taken a* McKinnon waa..m.Oranas.cent..r : '"

rye confessed by said] defendant.It one day this week in the Interestof IN E, PARKER.
I I. further ordered that this order .
our school. ,
be published one a week for four e m- '
,1 eouttve weeks In the Klsslmmee Val 'AttorneyatLaw.Collectioas .
ley Gazette newspaper published InBald .
County and State. Iw I Colored dresses of arty sort should and Conveyancing
This July; 10th. 114.I. always be washed in water"in which ,
. U OVERSTREBT, salt has been sprinkled and then hung Specialties' +,
(Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. 112V6 '
LBWIS OBRTAN. out tin ,the shade., Colored materials : Broadway.. '
t
Solicitor for" Complainant., Il-7t. should never be hung.in the sun : < : ;
- .KIS'S' : &, 'M' E' ;, '. t. '
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FIND : : :' :' :: : :" ATTORNEY XT LAW i '::'//1'/KiBammg/> ; ;
OLD FOLKS
NEW RELIEVES : ; ,, FlU
: REMEDY ., '- , : ." ,'" ... ..-', r''....... .....'I.! ,
r ___. . ___' .__ '. 'd' ',Examination of Titles a Special/
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ALL KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIESDrives I Notification and payment of' taxes. 'of.;
EGGERSOLUESS & RIEDEL. O. K4 BAKERYE. .non-residents given careful
.A. Nlemeyer attention. '

-- Carpenter and Repair Shop
,
Rheumatic Pains Away, Relieve matter from the blood and drive it out Red Band Brand Candy .

Backache and Bladder of the system. Inside Furnishings Screeningand Ik per Ib. : Pat Josnston o.1''. Garret.TOHNSTpN .

i It matters not how old you are or Cabinet Work Guaranteed A GARRETT
Pure.
Disorders After a Few Our Specialty. ".
how long you have suffered, 'Croxone Attorney at LawJfflces -
,
Doses Are Taken. is so prepared that it is practically : 10, U 12 .>
-
impossible to take it into the human '

system without results. You will findit J. W. PRENTIS WATERS & CARSON GROCERY w. a MAKINSON Co. Citizens Bank Bldg., ... ;

Sleep disturbing bladder weakness different from all other remedies. Co.Everything Kissimmee, Florida.. .
There is nothing else on earth like it. Pianos, Organs Talking Machines, /
bachache rheumatism and
es, trio Hardware Cutlery, Boat
| 1
' many other kindred ailments which so It starts to work immediately and Sewing Machines.Broadway. .
than few doses seldom to Beat. ro/WA 1LtRW
with more a are required LuCounnaet. Joe ..
commonly come declining years, Supplies andMachinery. *of the
need no longer ba a source of dread to relieve even the most chronic P1 rIda R. a. Comm CruBloalOewt: ,

and misery to those who are past tho obstinate cases. III WARLbW lil!

: . middle age of life. I It is the most wonderful remedy W. G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. MASSEY ".. ......
/ I ever made for restoring the lifeless O. F. DAS c' ..
The new discovery, Croxone, over- ; ATTonNEXs MID COUNSEIXOSfAT (, ,j,
:vcomes all such disorders because it removes organs to health and strength and 'I Adding Machines and 9 Darlington Ave. Contracter In .L4,..., , ,

the very cause of the trouble. ridding .the system of every particle Pretties I. .u .... Ce ata of the "tate u6 ee .
; It soaks right into the kidneys, of uric acid and you can take it with Typewriters Property Sold on Plain and Decorative the Valted 8ta..l.o b.brt';..;.v'W' .Jsil. 'q'C 1:
the utmost confidence that nothingon mmissaios.I. ... seal &I\e 1..1&w..c.; .., ""I''
' through the walls and linings cleans Commission. Painting and Paperhanging ..., .,'"
d7 +. out the little filtering glands and cells, earth will so quickly cure such con- :. For Sale.DANN'S Ins Sproule Ave. Phono 87. 11-14 CMAauMTON BUM ORLANDO.7t.4.. '
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, and gives the kidneys new strength b 841- R

J Ito do their work properly. It neutralizes .You can obtain an original package : DEPARTMENT STORE. .
I I and dissolves the poisonous of Croxone at trifling cost from any D. G. M'KAY REAL ,ESATE DIXIE THEATERCool. \ ,

I ''I' uric acid substances tt\at lodge in the first class druggist.' All druggists are .

\ t,, joints and muscles, causing rheumatism authorized to personally return the :I Dry Goods Clothing Shoes, 'AGENCY Clean Comfortable inv IL 7ENKINS
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t ; and makes the kidneys filter purchase price if Croxone should fail '

l.jo, and sift out all the poisonous waste in a single case.lsv .: Furnishings.5c Graystone' Block High Class Entertainment SURVEYORS


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J. D. CLARK
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WRITING PAPER MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION.At .
Fnrnlahlngs and and Light Collector aFUNERALiDIRECTOR

a meeting of the. Writing Paper Manufacturers Association, e Phone 154.WENNERSAWYER. '

held on August 12, 1914 it was recommended, owing to the uncertainty Notions.DUTTONnARRIS. Phone 220 8 ,Darlington Ave. n

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present supply M*. So have ,your ,prifitinf done now- *d 'at \his .; .'i ,.... V --. ,<' "'t.. '. :r>1- I ::.' J. E. )I alI egniz.,: 'rope. : : > a

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/son is Bryan's brother-in-lnw and is 1 SIIO"" {
: WHO WILL FILLiBftYAN'S n deun, cnpnbl.? man, who would be J II l)4P*>!"<.i.TON: AVENUE CLASSIFIED'
In a position\ to represent Florida as
few other men in the state could.The .-' | ! Clearwater Sun I out and Darlington ave-
.. I : l ::01 of tha: streets that is ben
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: SEAT I i this (growth.. This week R Five Cents I Per Line -'
; A /special to the Times-Union from . shop has been established
KiHsimmce' yesterday\ morning says f. : (>r building of the Fleni'rrR; I /. Each Insertion- !
that lion. C. A. Carson is being urged I Darlington avenue, under
:4-RYAN'S APPOINTMENT IS ALy by his friends to become a candidatefor I; 1 ; I e 1ent of George Patrick
*' 'J$ MOST CERTAIN'TRAMMEL(.. the United States Senate irr the ,< I : is desirable and the build
1"1'' GILCHRIST SPARKMAN, CLARK event Senator Bryan gets the appoint- i I I I !: its glass front is admirably
., AND CARSON MENTIONED FOR. mont of judge. The old war horses/ I a shop of this kind.
.PLACEi of a score of years ago remember the )I I I I ) ESCAPED.
fights that warrior was wont to make j I : W SIIE
;J s( Throughout the state the Impres- in the days of the conventions. Mrl I| I (I .. in (love with a girl at the FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. .g
i.ilslon: is growing that United states Carson would have one advantage nl.et. He bought gloves ev
",Senator Nathan P. Bryan will receive fore the people, which j is no mean fora week. To discourage Complete Modern Picture Theatre
means-he is not she became mani- in one "of the best towns in ,
;''from; President Wilson the appoint- one by any a lawyer. I a
.ik melt of judge of the court of appeals The people have to a large extent tired ** Central Florida
A9,;! '101';the fifth circuit, sitting at New of lawyers as candidates and when a : ]Ije had his nails manicured Best location in town.
like C. A. Carson with strong I I ?" Swell front and lobby. r
ic\/f'i'Orleans, which will undoubtedly pre- man a I s'pose .
mind with successful 1 However, I don't thin! Practically'n..w.
..:>' ''Clpitate a most interesting political analytical a
,. fight; in Florida. That Senator Bryan business career in many branches of her any farther." Theatre and stage completely and .
.?.r'i 'stands well with the Wilson adminis- industry, from cow raising to banking, ,I ?" modernly equipped throughout- -
-.f' \tratlon. Is shown by the important senate stands for office, he would be received she got employment with a Ready for business. (/
Capacity over 400.
J: \ committees on which he was with a welcome. Mr. Carson I
Season about to
.1''placed, and the championship of the open.
For information address
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r, ..Florida and other delegations
I congressional P. O. Box 367, Kissimnvse, Fla.
{ also his
brightens prospects.
Proposition calls for money. Do r
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t 'The Florida delegation called to
'.' .Bryan's claims U>President Wilson urge 'Royal Reception Week" September 12th to 19th not iness.answer unices you mean bus- ,
{. t-i Wednesday but Die president had not ;
Returned from his summer outing in
:.'. (i New Hampshire
;,.I"- Governor Park Trammell! may be a To All Men of Kissimmee rl

f If ,Candidate for the senate in case of
Senator Bryan's success and former I
I 1..,. ;Governor Albert W. Gilchrist also an-I
k xiounced that he would run. Congressjnan -'i FOR SALE:-Eight-room house, mod
::1 8. M. Sparkman has for years' ern in every respect, latest decorations '
"t past been repeatedly urged to run for I ," beautiful lawn, garage, storehouse r ,
,. tithe: senate. However, there is a Proclamation I and hennery. Lot 68 by 168. .
Ii. strong sentiment in favor of Col.I Also 21-foot launch for sale. 104
> Sparkman enterinr the race. Cherry St. 38-lt
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J' ; Congressman Frank Clark has
.4 ",Stated that he desires Bryan's place I FOR RENT-8-room residence, furnished -
/i, and may enter'the prospective con- b %y1i/I !. $15; 5-room, $10; 5-room,
'' : .tost. Former State Senator C. A.arson 1 I $9. E. E. Wells, real testate and insurance
;- of this city, who is She Of the .. 202 Broadway.
\\f business men of the state, and
Your l Tailor Announces
Royal
.is strong politically, has also ... F :, ;. SMOOTH CAYENNE Pineapp'e i '
mentioned as a possible candi- e. / r N plant*, $5 per hundred. T. A. Grimm

'. Formal Fall OpeningSeptember ; Si Cloud, Fla.' 38tpd "
.., man mentioned so far ha. '.,,v:
personal and political following FOR SALE-New six-room bungalow.. I',
;very.;\section of-Florida-and > I lr-/ljjL Water bath, electric lights, walls ";'' '.
o/'Afcould each get into the raee the most decorated in tiffany. Best shaded :' ,'
; literesting,contest o( the state's po- r 12 to 19In lot In Kissimmee. Must he seen '> ;

", ".. ,'litical 'history would undoubtedly rei''tultr. i to be Appreciated. Lot 7.. by 150. t +
I ". ." "" > Ill 104 Cherry St. US-It: ',.
% C B. Parkhill, city attorney : I
. Judge
Klsaimmee! a blue-blood Is a 1I1..n'who lives right, thin ? ) r1
;'!';\'''T, ,of vTampa, has also been urged to I FOR SALE OR TRADE-Bowling
self-respecting American-
clean
right and dresses right-a strbvrrtg.
A';.. *make the race to succeed Bryan, butk'he choose their Fall Clothes ,1i// alley, Broadway. Apply to J. y/,
And next week these Royal men will Royal { v
will do '
:';-: has not Indicated that he so. Miller 37-ijt
: in -at Oliver's Suitatorium-whore Royal hospitality prevails-where \
II. vgould'tecdve I large nunport
: Royal) fall fashions and fabrjfb are waiting-and where the clotheascrvire N '
e1 south Florida, and in west Florida as r f. FOR Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn .
"; .' ''wellhaving .lived at Pensacola andTa1lahaase'e Is in every way Vonnistent with Royal standards of man- I j Corkrcln. Pullets and Hens, inquireof ys
'' where he served theaupreme hood and good t&*>te. '
on E. K.
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; is service Made-to-Measure! ,, Longunecker, Route 1,
\ Naturally* this clothes service a ,,,,
.. bench for.years. Kissimmee. .
!. Clothes--INDIVlDUALLY TAILORED TO ORDER. For in KisisirasjV -
,. he man of Royal mettle is usually a man of SELFEXI I I ;f + e ; t TO ''EXCfiANCE restaurant and

.' :.f'CcirsoT;; 's Possible ,...RESSION-with a preference'for things made to his own direction pi / I li p r f stock of merchandise building and MJ
",' ". and judgment. r 1 i 1. 1 lot; total valuation $2,000; to exchange -
Cordiality isRoyal for land suitable for truck '
- Candidacy WellRecelvedby ''
:'e4 Reception Week t h Particular i farming or fruit, unimproved orslightly
) improved. Can
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Press Keynote I
cash difference. A good location
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week"I I no competition. C. E. Roblin
j'j'i _..Benton, Butler Co., Kansas. "
+A4fom Kissimmee an- ; ,
this week we won't urge you to buy. It ia Visitor's i I ; I
".- pouncel ie probability that Hon C. -a "get-aoquainted week" a demonstration week. If you have j f i j ; i i I WANTED-We Want a "live" man to ;
ij" J.A"' Carson may enter, the senatorial felt that the best made-to-measure clothes are not to be had for | solicit subscriptions for the Valley
:..Tac8 to succeed Senator Bryan, while less than $40 or $50- : Gazette-Florida's Greatest F:
", ex-Governor Gilchrist thinks this Is'' f i'' y Weeklyin
come and see how Royal :' ii ', the following towns: Taft, St.
.' p
,hte.tlme. These feelers are put out i Cloud
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Bussinger, Kissimmee '
.'; to see how much encouragement they Six Big Features t of f 't't Whittled, llamas City, Cnmpbtfl l'arY, '
\..',.will bring, but there can be no doubt Narcoosee. Liberal commissions
\':jr that an Interesting fight will be cr. ; ; / hustlers. Write

."> the moment Senator Bryan's place. Royal Tailor Clothes 'Come and browse .Valley Gazette.WANTEDOrders. Kissimmee. d
,::V becomes vacant. Governor Trammell through ;half a thousand of the newest Imported and ia out. Will you be our guest during Reception Week?
". t'" 1s practically in the race and he has Domestic Woolens for fall-exclusive wt'aves-of the Come and see- hat'. all we ask. if you don't for cypress field
,
) .;always run like a race horse in :Flor- -!Made to your measure sort you would expect to find only at the best New find what you want, don't buy anything-we'll be boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lum

&' Ida. .politic.-Qrlando .Sentinel.. -All pure wool.. .. York or Chicago importing tailors. Our latch string grateful anyway. ber & Furniture Co. 29-tf ;a

A'<;i 1.Hon.; c. A. Carson of Kissimmee, "Royal Reception Week" September 12th to 19th FOR RENT-r-Modern 5-room bungalow -
father, of the Florida Railroad Com- -A legal guarantee with each ip center of town. T. M. Murphy
'..;.' 'mls.lcm'blU'a the latest to -31: =tf. -
gladiator
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garment- ,
'r;'"I "'th'throw.",Senatorial his discus peg at mar the be place sometime where -100% Proteus* Shrunk.* < .0 Ii V er' uitatoriiijmWe DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent opply to ?i4' q' + d

.e ,'_a1: pdn: Geographically, Mr. Carson Is a * }y,
I"leuth'Floridian" : but a word or two --Coot no more than ready- FOR RENT OR SALE-Two-story
\' :- the ;subject from himseif might msdes. store building Brack
.j Yimp'; in",handy.-Tampa Tribune. . pay'* $1.00 a day for every day of delay when a Royal Garment isn't finished on time KUsirtimee. n.on' C. Stanforj St. North 29-tf 1.

. t"-. tl/rt/: :. -. I .. .. -Six days schedule deliveries.' 1 D J.J.SA .IIodC.A. Carton of Kissimmee is I 6'\1' tog for MeWo... and Chlldro. Let 119 I I K-O1 d 'FOR RENT-Two 8-rooro flats with
. "':' **'being suggested for Senator if Sena- u. call aor tlo.t rolled ...t....-.'... way modern conveniences.( Apply at the
40* .Bryan'is appointed judge. Car- Gazette office. '
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) family,1. 'W* use'none bat the, purest drugs.'' ,Qur eompleteUn. ot, rs'. ,- Have-your pft crlptlCNUl.lUlecI.i at.th. "rrHCrlptlon.Dnlr Store" f '' ; "!.
PURE FRESH.DRUGS,.-combined with a thorough knowledge of. the and,'on can hare perfect confidence- In the medicine; and confidence, s.
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