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 18, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00664
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Valuation of Property Estimated Offers Many AdvantagesTo c !( '
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Kissimmee. is to save a business Washington, Set 18,-Av.Berlin -
council college. Not next year, nor next ( F. A. Lincoln.) *O wireless to the. German Emba..y ,-'.*. "
lafction of the city tax roll for 1914 month but at once. R'Y At last comes the time when evel'1'man -today saysr, ;,

last Friday night. Total valuation ofcity Quietly the board of trade.committee and women can boost KlBsimmee +0AIl French-English ofvlctorl.s' ,*
In France untru. *
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property this year is $1,383,055 a on 'new enterprises has been work- and help to place it in the ranks ofa +The German'retreat,.of. the west *
slight decrease over'that of last year ing for some time to secure a good first class tourist town a positionyou man.u0,
due to a reduction in the-valpation of commercial school for Kissimmee and all know it is most certainly entitled ern wing was a practical
certain undeveloped property in the with the announcement that such a! to. Perhaps not in another century *0"er position not affecting* its,strategical. :* '

suburban districts which was greatly school is to be immediately establishedcomes FREDERICK STEWART GILBERT LOUISE ELIZABETH NELSONAge will the opportunity present itself "The French'attempt tobrak.0- :
overvalued last year. A the announcement also that a 6 21 to us as it does today _
weight '
is noted in the value of much Age 7 months. Son of Mr. and Mrs.F. nhroujhrih: enter'of.the'Ger.-O,
1 1 competent! instructor has already been Daughter of Mr and Mrs. C- R. Nel- The foreign nations.being engaged 1 00 man position was victoriously re-,0'' '
of ttw property in the business and engaged a hall has been leased for the S. Gilbert 116 Bryan St. I son, 804 Patrick St in war at present has caused Amer 00 pulsed. '.*

residential sections. The city's new school location and that desks, typewriters J _____ 1 icans to flock home by thousands. 00 .. +
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budget calls for 32847.55 and a tax and supplies have been order They will seek new fields of travel O.O.OOO..t..OO.O.O.. .. .
( : rate of 23% mills is fixed for the ensuing ed to be installed this week. The I and already large numbers are seekIng "S

i4- year details of which are given large hall on the second floor of the CITIZENS CALL MASS MEETING transportation rates and engaging [ .
f4 in the following resolution adopted by Gray tone casino building will be occupied .. steamboat and railway passage to PILES .OF DEAD ANDtDYING.'COVER'FIELD '
4 f g the council: / by the school which opens next Florida and it only need quick active .

t, Ite olation. Monday morning for regular\work. work to fill Kissimmeo to overflowing: i :
. WHEREAS. It has been ascertained with a class of people who will in '
ww and determined by the Council that Well Known Instructor. ,
I --;,;'!ftlle following; sums needed dur- AT PASTIME 3 P.M. many instances become permanent . .
tag the coming, year for the follow In. Bernard C. Anstead who will be-in residents, buying home and lands of .""" .

cityp! c: i..Y Fund__' 1 1.Mi. charge of the school, comes to Kls- Y all descriptions, and making a town London SeptJlS.-The correspondent .. +
{ I Foe For Street _<'nu._. JO simmee from Georgia, where he was equal to any of the great resort townswe of the Times at Parts.rends this d),
.f For School -- I'JJIJ J-JSJ-JI! instructor in the school of commerce WIDE-AWAKE MEN OF CITY OUTLINE CAMPAIGN TO FILL KIS have anywhere In the state tory of, the fighting oft, Che, AUnetrfhe .,

For Sanitary ---________ MS?..ii >f the University of Georgia. He SIMMEE WITH TOURISTS THIS WINTER=: WILL SUBMIT PLAN Fellow citizens.tdaujiot let this enemy has found means to arrest -" r
',1.: ',.' ?For For Fire Electric Department Light Imp't____- I.JJJ.10r comes highly recommended by hl&.lel- TO PUBLIC AND ASK ALL MEN AND WOMEN TO COOPERATE. chance go by but and supply his retreat for the time being, and a ais

.I -.r. 7i'For Publicity. _______________ IU.,) low teachers and by the Georgia board the "requisite" to entertain and Inter offering stubborn :resistance on the ,
,<,' ,For Into B. U Bt.E.Bons La__8t.-_ "1.1 of education. (I Every man woman and ----i-: iI number of wide-awake meal of the (Continued on page .seven.) line which he has prepared strong for ,i,

Fee Bonds SinkingFund. _.,-___-_ m.St With.Mr. Anstead' arrival In the. Kissimmee ft urged to"be present at city have been working this week on defenseIla, ban received i considerable, ;
'For Bond Int.. Water a t Sewer city last Saturday night active preparations -;'a citizens' fnass meeting Monday afternoon a plan. for providing entertainment reinforcementsprooaoiy from uor- x t
Bonds ._-i-*.___*-_--"'. .__ S.7M.10 to have the school organised rain where he. to'bar abandone
" Sinking Fun<< Water began at <) o'clock in jthe Pastime for the tourists, and after a committee LOCAL WOMEN RAISE seems I ;
,, For Sewer Bonds ___\?-_.!.____--' 1,7..10 at once. ,W. B. Makinson, theatre called to devise ways and meeting Wednesday it was decidedto the offensive
; For Int. St. Paving Note___ 1,1e30ati S. H. Bullock and ,j. WPrentii, act- mean to .entertain the, tourists this call a mass meeting and submit the The fighting is hottest around'Soimon

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.For Int. General Notes ______ '.tlT." immediately made inquiries as to how,t' That we will have, the -touriata Is, this pag,appear an article written *'' -
.',: For Smoking Fund General j'jgj. many young people in the city would an undisputed fact. It is also'a.fact by Col.Lincoln In- which he suggests "Terrible stories are reaching Paris
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INot. ;" ; be interested in the school a dayr that the city provide very little en- a number of things for this of'pile* of dead and wounded Which

''Total .__... : ;.-,..".....I..n.n two later applications had been received tertainment for the tourists. A larger amusement. program, calculated .to contribution to the Red encumber the battlefield the Marne, '?1''
.. IMlllage..* : from twelve asking to become number ''of these pleasure-seeker! give the) most pleasure at the least Cross Society.for the benefit'ofthewounded ,, and the, Red Cross is working night I
ABSOLVED. That the followink'TaxRats / pupils. At the opening of school Monday -\come to KiBsimmee every' year- attracted expense'-The; program as ,outlined European soldiers' and sailors -' and day At one place it Is .said that,
t : be and the came la. hereby> levied .fifteen or.more_ will. be.enrolled. by our wonderful climate-but will not require" a great outlay of amounted to $187. German. +'.ercted' a' barrier six feet
t "1If.on.t,'\the. roper.Y.the assessment rMOat and roll person-for Prominent public-spirited men of because of a lack of entertainment money. It will require some but with Last Saturday 200 children workIng high of corpses back of which to.resist
under the direction
111& a. fo111 w.: Kissimmee, composed of member of some of them stay here only a short every citizen co-operating: the smallamount of'prominentwomen the French. This barrier was carried '
r, General RetrenUe Fund--4 mills the board of trade, will have the pol- time and theft go to other points in needed should be raised with of the city made a canvass after a terrific struggle by the

w, ,Street Fund Fund J..._--___-_:-__.--------2____ _:_: %% millsmill icy of the school in hand, and it is the state where they can find more out sacrifice on the part; of any one and collected $132- Further donations French Tureo.r.leavin. 7,500' dead.-on s
School n the '
brought to and
b 'p Sanitary Fund ---------------I mill proposed to make it more than a amusement*., person. It is the opinion of the people sum $137 as therewai tho battlefield. ,
Fund __ ____ V* mill school.where shorthand and no expense incidental to the collection .
Fire Dept. <-- bookkeep'l It seems, therefore a very necessary who,have heard the plan outlinedhat .
* b' Electric Ultht'und Impt._-_ Fund ._._1'4 mill mills Ing courses are taught in as thing that the city should makea no wiser expenditure of money a check for that amount was .: :
Publicity sent to the Red Cross SIDE.
I Interest B. U and St.-Bonds__ mill as possible and with some uncertaintyas special effort at this time to pro- could be made than to carry it out. at Washington NEITHER CAN
is to D. C., to be used as the Societysees
B. It. & tit. The for
Fund to thoroughness. vide entertainment the
L Sinking Bond. ____ ___.__....._ _,_n_ mill efficient business train- enough Come to the mass meeting. Hear fit. '
be made tourists when
vr, Interest Water A Sewer Bonds 7 mill. an commercial winter season to hold the; arguments to be prose qted. Listen Mrs. R W. Meiklejon and Mrs. W. CLAIM 'Yt
Water & SewerBonds ing institute with full they come and to induce more to A VICTORY
,Y fijlnkln Fund? : many to' the plan by which Kisslmmee can J. S. Carr leaders In the
___ mills of bus- were canvass
_----------------2 courses including a knowledge visit Kissimmee while in Florida this .
--7- provide entertainment for her winter
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Interest Bt Pa\lnK NotesSinking 1 mill administration and organization that unusually for this relief fund. Assistingthem p'...
; Fund St.: Paving ness yearProspects are an guests. Then if ou are not interested and the London '16_The .
representing several England Sept.
__ ___a+ millsInterest office management etc. larg number of people will winterin
\ Notes and willing to work to bring these
oVnVraT Notes i "---2'? mills and with the churches in the city were: Mesdames second Treat, battle in France since ').
-- / Florida natural -
-Sinking Fund General Notfl mill To Run on Use Basis of this section many there things about we miss our guess. Aultman, Bullock Reese Miller the southbound sweep of the German

. RV.a will advantages Let's get together and do things.The Winn Tress Stanford Hattie Dale invaders met its check'I* now apparently
Kissfmmee business college
Total ____ _--_____.--__Yay mills The is no reaon why we hould not have a
-- differ essentially from the -average goodly hare of the viitor. place: Pastime theater. The Buckhalter Chisholm, Francis Sliver, in-progress to the n'Orth'of the

,P1.1 License FURTHER Tax. That an.lnI business school in the unique fact that Headed by Col. F. A. Lincoln a hour: 3 P. ,M Monday. Davidson, Clark Wade Tucker Best river Alsne.' The oposlng lines'. are
" RESOLVED 1 Cobb Thnrman Hanking, Lincoln El- arrayed from the Argonne hill
I j .ivldual 1I..ntax. be Imposed upon the school is pot being promoted witha
I w7U' persona firms or corporations en- view to personal gain. It will beelfeupporting. lie Stute. Cole Crawford" Prenti through'Rethel to _Chateau Percien
1, ,i rairlnaIn. n.v.-.I:; transacting i but the question of COUNTY and Witherspoon.Misses and neftr the practise camp or.:aois-
., ; occuPaflonsorprofe FARM AGENT 1500 HEAD CATTLE
within the.slons City named fn Chapter Mil pip will be made a'secondary con- Richards Bandy Hill, Caldwell .'One. where the program of the ,
". VJ the Laws of Florida. Acts of 1 U a. sideration. There will be no object Lee, Mildred Lee Cain Collin '' French summer maneuver ;.contem
.t .. such llcenae. fo be In_ ton; Thomason Donegan and Lowell. plated cavalry training !on a larg 1
.. fifty therefore In grinding out pupils'as
, M''''' .Imposed ash ease by said per chapter cent,of and the the amount same I quickly as possible, regardless of ef HERE AND AT WORKB. SHIPPED TO ARMOUR wale for'this very date % / .

{ to. payable and to be collected by the ficiency. The success of the student ; Whether the German. propose t,to
,, "' Tax. Collector In the manner. and for ody of such a school means the sue- cad BRYAN HITS OLD MAN eight to 'a finish' at this position or
; .:; the. time therein. KURTHnit.provided.BESOUVKU. That there esg of the community and it is proposed E. Evans the newly appointed The first trainl of the second plan merely to-cover their retreat'on'
1) i"f' ". Imposed unon any express that the young people of Klstmee farm demonstration agent of Osceola shipment of cattle being sent to Ar- the river Mouse. la not yet clear but
'. \leomiany dolor t.uslness In the city mour & company from Kissimmee left the German' '.h
MARS commanders
I shall be given the opportunityat FEARFUL BLOW are wiia.
: arrived in Kissimmee last i
. H ti / having; an offlee, In dollars the' cltv a license home to become thoroughly equipped county, the city Thursday night. Saturday the same skill In retreat and the same .
\ tax of twenty-five \payable on Monday and at once begun getting the second trainload will go north. skill in keeping- their force. -tntatt
rl,, the drat day of October 19 4. for one for entrance into the business .as
The entire shipment this time WaBhjng p..d .-. ...
year FU'RT"'H world. "*-- acquainted with the territory in which num- tgn1n1CJ=rIn '" .1U.ehowecltoItJllsro.. '
e 't: 'shall Imposed upon R. That railroad'there' The city has an ever increasing ar he is to work. He was accompaniedby ,i ben--&bovt-- .& --head- -csttte;--PSfT Of the cabinet: Secretary The German:rush,, Into;trade*' and '
t .tf, company whose tracks e.Vnd Into or my of young people and the sew business ties furnishing the stock are Carson signed peace treaties with the diplo back thus far has brought no decisive
District A. P- who
i"4 'through the City of Klsulmmee, a II- college is welcomed 'as oppor- Spencer :Cattle company A. F. Bass Leslie A: matic representatives of Great Britain I result and until a pitched-battle'on a '
, ,- "- reeov of twenty-flje dollars, 1914.payable tune.DEMOCRATS. came from Gainesville to help inaugurate Bass Bull Bass, Henry' T. Bass, W. France Spain and China. huge scale 'is fouht'and won neither aside
Tt ''r oa.t. '!Rsr first f tom day dBtP of October thPrMr: torI I, the work here. R. Godwin J. R. Donegan and W. E These treaties bind each of the isimapoaiteonto claim: :' ,

ti , ,one R1t PO' VBpV'FURTHKR: That during I To Evans with Mr. Pat Johnston Smith. I countries and the- United States to has".eecured .more..than. the',opening a

', th., v..a. commencing October to 115.1. 111 1914.- i CARRY Mr. and MK Spencer spent two Stock Shipped In. _submit_ _____. to_ Un inv._._.H_.,<.rtalnn__.____ hv_ _an__ _____.... advantage.In:the-:war game.'..; :**,)f.
ti%k 'jl',( and:..naa endlfR tax b.. September Imposed >on all persons.TIBrircorporations Wittier week in the Bassenger and J. R. Bronson shipped in four carloads national commission for a period of '-The allies for UM moment "vs> :.r-.c I aor:occupation sections visiting a number of beef cattle from Suwannee at least a year, all questions which cannot their':perilous position, ;*nd-= :
.sl, : any business. I ->f farms and groves and talking with county this week and immediately) be settled-diplomatically. During have tamed the table on the Invaders '
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5( 'PobJrct of which' Including Is to amuse circuses or en-, MAINE AND ARKANSASPortland the farmers- and cattlemen of that.. sold them to Henry T. Bass who will the period of investigation hostilities. but the-:next,.movei' I..with'the.Ger':: .
..> eorfcVrls. theStrlcai.vaudeville or mln- cart of the county,to! as tq familiarize''i pasture them at Southport and hold cannot be opened. *-*.,. mans:whose armies'are' still in* great,.' ....

;4 f Sfrel' performances picture shows or + themselves .with conditions.Mr. them for another :year The shipment There were also present at the signing force on a.grouad more: or: leas.selected
Street all otherkinds .
ft',,, of carnival amusement shows or and entertainment. , Sept 15.-Oakley C. Curtis Evans headquarters will be in'i I I01l'ice included 177 head of stock three years Mrs. Bryan and the assistant secretaries by themselves,:; y'; ',*.., r
S; '.hows whether shown In a ) within ,, Democrat defeated William T. Kissimmee, but he will likely,have an old'and up. of state. With the signing of Germany Mast. DepeadtOa"Self, .,
2l ,"or under a tent or out of doors Haines Republican in the Maine gubernatorial in St. Cloud sts well and when the treaties today Secretary Bryan's The .debade-r-for it seems .nothing
r,d'ii '; the cltr. accordln said license tp the tax schedule to be election yesterday by a hie work is thoroughly systematized ..ooooo.oooo..o"OOOt. pacts number twenty-six:, of le.n the Austrian' armies ' : 1 stated collected below In ilka manner aa' other Iicena.taxes plurality of 3,587 according to unofficial h4 will make regular visiu to all sections go : Phich nineteen already have been ratified hat- Germany-will bays..mot 'land I k'

; : returns from all but thirty-sev. 'of the county. For the next O REVIVAL SERVICES. O by the senate. more to"rely '-mainly\'upon herself;.' +d

lie 1':'d.llor t' For.tre.t each 'tent er tor carnival ve.r.v .' ahowa, $500.00v en" of the 521 cities and town thirty day his time will be occupiedlnakinginspJonloura".Oxs .. ... Under auspices of 1b tict9'pya..Rnr.l-.and. .-haroceepted lten a 'there"" ill De'$ 1rI'e.tir-lnter., ; .:'. ,

*w. "':. ; .For clreuie.., flOO.OO( for ,.each 14 All four congressmen tllretL-Re- .tbe- P-imen'g-Uriton of Ihe "cfty a series OO the Investigation proposal Inprindple dependance of erent In, the eastern, '1 ".
_1'''-.,-. --.--...- - ",mttamranOM1) m<>crat7 were reelected county, meeting the people-and soliciting of revival service began on OO ; and western fields operations; * .' .
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Th..howL thtrlcal,'n ,a or tent-Or vaudeville building or minly.etr.l e. ; their co-operation In the work Thursday: evening. ',TM-mHUnc 0, What ,new'Jetce.-G.rmuay; -eaa"ppt .,.,\\r j..x:. .
Sept a regular opera boa.... '&.00.011 .for th. government hopes"'to accomplish +'will continue three"or four weeks OO nUIER.HEU into the campaign la the Wntern1ires.,....*., ... 1t'must ,
7'.1'. :'M t; USUAL THING IN ARKANSAS! through 'the .establishment of these and will be held In,the ,Pastime- ': J;IS I thenceforth depend' i... -/I''great--:: .

Y Farm demonstration- . stations' in Flor Only night services have , Y.: .__
Yes 4
9i BB.WAKD JBOMB pKOPPERS. Little' Rock Ark, .Sept. ISv- ida.' '. ". Ou been arranged to dateRev. ; ." feet I the Russian- movement'oaDrslau190 *--- .. "
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tenia statewide election resulted '
In is a young man, nial.ncentbualaatle.1 SUNK \ .
J. BL'FiUgerald of Iowa; 0 BY BRITISH ,inUM -
A, Berlin+Germany,.(via Copenhagen victory all- --along-- -. -the-line- for-.;the democrat Be is a graduate .of ,O who- la to.conduct,the..meeting,' . According, : wmtJsaajt'oVBrrftsvWilliam :: II!--:: '
and London). Sept.'IT.-The most *x- *. -jffi the Auburn ''Agriculture .college 'of .msir t 5 .
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r l did not arrl."in'Ume' tot the 0 ? > i ?'. to''7*seat'x
tended list of.German casualties yethed ,Gov..,.George Hays Jdemcerat-; Alabamat'and Jut>rearjably: filled .'Initial:s.rviee, but will bo here "Berlin, Germany, (Via Copenhagen PruIlia..Liit: a.4N,'at... ; '"

'. has'uiYbsea.' made'pnblk ceived a majority. of approximately the position of deputy state nursery ..,for the servicetonigbt'TridayO! and London) 15, It is officially tached ia.tbeassertionthath*.proposes , "
: comprises 784'Jci1le4e.2490' 80,000'rotas over republican op. "ispeeter, announced that the activeout ---4- ,,
.re- faAeladhsn t ydd.ition Dr. Witherspoou.conducted last pn rmcrainr -of to .take: the
tIed and 814:ralsslnr. .tbs) .total wnent; A. IJunney.; The other has bad a small hands
.4 night's aerviea aad,an Interested September ,18.the' ,cruiser HUwaa of the of a fel g.s aI
loss.- to date I* 4484. democratic candidateor stetoT of.ilea.were4nroppaeed Wort and has .made .'apodal '
publtahd *studyof audience of "200 attended* 'AJlu : sank by a torpedo"fresai hostile th..caliber ot "
fri ibsf85.weunded and 6JOT9 miss : :. r ,if citrus fruit and di......'"As dera- >lr of fifty voices fur: submatia-;' Almost,the r whole. f,the !..y0... "M, u. tfa1' ,
p; .ti '" ,, Large>majontie* aria shown;In fa. oeitpolepagent of Osceolpi \\f':n _n.... saved. tooijr \

Counefior' Feodore of _:'o.eonatitutioDa1Jo 4a0trflB- aader-1ha-librmoes. :OpvpeTStftttui ..;.. ... \ :: lima ; ieata 3.agl :a .......-- .
bas mated MO'marks to UK empower'eta to'issue- isaprovoment AesjBOiiatsiatioBi bBveaAitf Qaiissvsyvffle . ....tf1l\ft: cralserK

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a >TAGE- >2. to' 'j'\ i ? THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAETTE7 ", \\0 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ,,IS, flf4L_ ....

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:a 1 SCHOOL. BOARD Beautiful. ,Scene Near ,Kissimmee, MACH BROS,1. SELL. M : J'. MOLCAHY; :

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The handsome 1016 model Buick car

whlch\ Mach Brothers received from

OSCEOLA COUNTY CANNING th.,-'factory a .jfew day ago has i1-,
WORK TO BE CONTIN The Might Spreading been cold ,.
ready to Kull
CARSON :APPOINTED IN- The' appearance of the car created
.Branches of Water .} r. quite a lot 'of local interest and so-
many, inquiries were made about it

County Board of Public Oaks on a Typical Kisimmee Fr y" that Mach Brothers have already ordered
at Its last regular meeting several more of the new model,
decided to continue the }ll and have' people waiting to take a
Club for Osceola county forappropriated "Hammock" number of them ai soon as they can 0:

; t term and be had. Some trouble has been ex- CANADIAN HORSE SHOER ATX
that purpose. Superintend perienced in getting the cars becauseof ,
presented the i-pplications Here on the Hottest the big demand for them everywhere J. J. Dann's Wagon Shop "

of the canning club and and a flood of orders ahead in W

ItCLUB I duly seconded Miss Anr.j Summer Day it is Cool the factory. EMMETT STREET Near BROADWAY 51

appointed for the ensuing .
Board decide ( not to take ii-

of prizes for the can- and Delightful; there _ /

until Harvey the next was regular appointed. meet-to is the Refreshing Breeze S 1 _ _I New 1915 Buick Now-He(

:! Rt Ashton, with! salary of

m:>ntn.upon investigation round From the Sea

were S2 pupih ennead nt
Creek school No. q. and utter
the matter of the In.'reare

of the work decided to raise llv ftrv !- i it< t r M' cAM o'Say
month. ' --
of the teacher to 145 Der -- -= = : .
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""t The board appointed T. J, Little to -

)' erbe school to 23, and No.Mrs.Nelli 35. Weth- BOARD OF TRADE BOY SLIGHTLY HURT EXPLOSION SHARES ay.uar .t.i ,!.p."

W. C. Bass was instructed to haves i

a t The well board placed appointed down at G. Hancock No. 35; PLAN TO ADVEBJISE IN AUTO SMASH SLEEPERS OUT OF BED .2 ,

as supervisor of school No. 22. n

wi, R F. Webb was appointed to the At the board of trade meeting Mon : Gerald Rivers and Harry Spier were Early Tuesday morning an explosion ,
k position in the high school department day night the time was devoted to the youthful principals in an automobile in L. R. Farmer's garage back
W+ v of the Kissimmee High School at a a discussion of advertising mediums accident last Sunday afternoon, of his home on Mabette street caused

,! L alary of Ego a month. rough which Kissimmee might obtain which resulted in more damage to the considerable. excitement in that neigh-
; 'I The board upon investigation finding effective publicity at this time. machine than to the boy.. "rhood and brought the fire depart-
I that on account of the discontinuation Several propositions were before the It was Dr. Rivers' machine and Gerald lent on the "run" to a fire, which

of the rural mail carrier from board for consideration and one came was nt the wheel. Harry sat beside happily did not materialize.The i''i se.ti' 'Fy'2 0v' ,
Bt. Cloud to Whittier, the citizens of with the recommendation of the advertising him. While driving'out Mabbette explosion was caused by the ignition i IbA
?jr sub-district No. 8 were having considerable committee, whose members!! street something' distracted Gerald's of gas which had formed inn Are You
.:' trouble obtaining books, decided had been in conference with parties attention and suddenly the machine tank which had once contained cyl-
4 to recommend Randolf Young to representing the different advertisingfirms. 'went straight into a telephone pole. nder oil but which had been empty Looking For
>r the book people as a suitable person: Gerald retained his seat and was unhurt for a year. Mr. Farmer was working

"' for handling books for that dlstril't,r Considering the amount of money but Harry was thrown throughthe ',n his car and while vulcanizing an
Instructed', the board could afford to expend for windshield onto the ground and iner tube placed the vulcanizer on A Bargain ? .

this: purpose, the advertising committee : eceived slight cut about his head top of this empty tank. Presumablythe
that effect. recommended taking a page in the end on one hand. That he escapedmore vulcanizer must have been in close
w" Present at the meeting were W. C. book of Semi-Tropical l Florida tobe serious injury is rather remark Contact with the faucet of the tankso you; are/looking for a ky. /
p Bass, chairman; Geo. W. Overstreet, i issued ly the Tampa Tribune, and able.The that the gas generated from the PERHAPS.
and W. W. Chandler and W J. Sears, proposed that this space be devotedto windshield was completely de- residue of oil in the tank was ignited.For most candid advice- t !r Q

Mrr pictures and text BO' selected as to molished and the front of the machine a moment it appeared as if a buy; a used car only; from a dealer of ;
e Minutes of the last meeting were best advertise Kis immee. The board badly damaged. As a result Dr fire was inevitable and an alarm was highest reputation. You can't afford '
f1Y1 read and approved. voted to accept this recommendation, I Rivers is driving '. new Ford car immediately turned In. The fire com- to take a chance. f '

B. L. Lupfer, county treasurer/ reported ; and turn the matter over to the executive I which he purchased on Monday. >any arrived in good/ time but were If you; are satisfied as to our reliability *fr' r,"f$ rr I j

as follow. : I committee to make the expenditure. -I not needed, as the flames had been drop in and see the used cars .,;<,.4'<,X t ,
) To the Honorable Board of Public BIG PECAN CROP extinguished before making any head. we have for sale. i w+..r* s. *
Instruction in and for Osceola County. I The board also discussed advertising -I ON OLIVER'S ISLAND vay. The only damage done was to Really bargains. We
guarantee cars
''w I herewith tender report as with the the< tank, vulcanizer, and auto tire.
in the Breeder's Gazette, I
treasurer of Osceola County for the view of attracting the attention of the J. W. Oliver ;and;: ; his brother Col. I A number of people, getting their in good running order when they p" a t' S

month of August, A. D. 1914. I house men to the opportunity Ia M. Oliver, who own Oliver's island, last morning's) nap, were scared out leave our garage.
fleBrral ( ."_! Kaa>.. packing Kissimmee) for the .establishmentof : report that this year they will have I I II of bed by the noise of the explosion, a.r
To balance from laat report__.14,118 95 m to hich was heard several blocks
matter apecan! crop sufficiently large sup- away.
Feb.d beef canning factoryThis :
,; To amount from Compt. a I the entire Then the fire truck
local market.
Redmpt. ... .n__ SS.64 also turned over to the executive ply They
To amount from Tax Collector was later (I have fully one hundred trees in bearing I .hrough town and a good sized crowd
._ 6.88 committee, and at a Eeet- You can safely buy good used
.Taxes. ing the committee decided to place and every tree is' loaded with soon gathered on the street asking a car from I :,
M.161.SS in the Breed- fine big nut,. excited questions and looking for disaster. k'4Y
small advertisement
By paid warrant aa per Hat. 1,289.78'y. 'i a>rs' Gazette for _at. least three issues The pecan trees on the island were us. Prices very low. Our personal guarantee-::

Balance ____u. ___'-______....ft.9t2.0tS and to take the full page m the yearbook 'I planted'several years ago by Mr. H Only One "BROMO QUININE" ,
Fleming. 2,500 tree.
were ,
well. I it with
!' ..-*.. ol Illatrlet No. 1. : communication as read in the board I I planted about over the island and To vet the genuine call for full name LAXA- protects you. over us. '
laat _11.080.84 A T1VK BROMO QUININE. Look for.igsatureofIt.
To balance from report
all of them
r ., To amount 'received, from meeting wag from the Miami Commercial -' grew. Every W. GROVE. Cure. a Cold in One Day. Stop I
.Compt.-Feb. and March R.- club asking Kissimmee to con- +I year they become more valuable. couch and headache, and work oft cold. ZSc. OPEN DAY AND tiIGHT. ," ;
J demntlon T Ml to eastern time. Discussion I 4"51
.To amount received'from. ; Tex elder charging .'
Colactor-Ta*.s .__..-___-- .15 of this matter was deferred f
i ' "- t1.oa..llo until the next meeting of the board on MACH BROS.
.\( -
z Br paid.1'warrants'" all', per Hat.. n80e .Monday, It was Sept.announced 28. >that a. .new. business ' GET YOUR ROOFING NOW .; !

'" fo<' art ,:.,:::8al nc __:.;________:____.81086.80P. college was to be established in ; Autos for Hira. GARAGE. ,PkoM 113.E

I' >.', Z ....."....1 Dl.irleNe.. :2.TobaJance Kissimmee, as the result of work done ., ,
'4.. from Inat report--- 223.38 by the board of trade committee on iflI tfo <
To amount received from Tax new enterprises, and Prof. B. C. An- Lc _
.Collector ____hnh_ .__. 2.10
r. stead, who is to be in charge of the ,r,
t 226 48 j school, was introduced to the board ..J.Y A.
';7 By paid. wnrrnnta as per members. Mr. An stead made application -
Balanro .______.____ __l'I for membership in the board
and was heartily welcomed.
,.' Hnn. rnool liUlrlrt [
'' ; To balance from lat n-port __' 63166 I I
By paid warrants da pet llat--- 4509(' I

r' Halaiu.- . __ HP,7\. |\
Mul-rkool IUatrtr' ..... 4. j I k
.1. I Ij
'.'31 ,r., PLANT
To balance from last "port fl DRY COOLING
j 1 By paid Vvnrrants. IIH per IIaL- -e 2, i

Balance .u _._ _ . '1 S22 25 j L
'. I II Henry T. Bas, owner of the Parlor s / YtM J rah 1 ''t I
,w. I 1..1 Illsvialo.. 1\. I and Peoples moat markets, has within -
To balnno* from last rn" report.--, :32 RH, the week installed an up-to-
By iml I date cold storage: plant at the Broadway i

1; Balance ._______, ,___ -.i 2 ..iSftuhNehool shop, which plant cools the meat''

4' Dfnlrlrt No. .. by'a dry" process. Incidentally the ] ...
To balance from last reportI 666 cost of operating the plant is i j
By pa* warrants a. per ll.t__. siderably less than to .cool the meats',1, 1alr i,. r. rit ft I SAIatL.S.e.bnr.lik.Il.dli. .
tilt. Balance ______ _.__________i 666 with ice. '
Dry cooling l is recognized as the
a Q 4 s. LUPFER.. most desirable method of refrigerating .rt

i CouVity Treasurer.Warranta meat and gives the meat a finer ,
This Roof is Insurance Fire
an against
In the "urn of 11.800.34 flavor than can be obtained by any
; .. were examined: In open aeaHlori, aa follows ether method The meat is kept aten
.4 Noa. 617, 628, 629. 630. 631.6S2, terkVerature at all times andas Yei- it very attractirc. And it't 'Spark-proof" too.
611. 64, 64*. 647. 648, 619 660. 661. 662. oven
.e lit, J65. 666. 667, 643 636; 62*. 637 618. there Is no moisture in the storage Stained.shingles "look" nice-but no better than NEPONacT Proalat.Roofing. .
644, 661. 646. 619, 640, 641 room, it never becomes steamed. And here the companion endi. lt burning embers fall on a
, Bllla were. approved and warrant Is4'r
i The new storage room of the Parlor roof and houM- home- in smoke. NEPONSCTProalat. "
sued aa follows: shingle your jrour goet up .
+- "W. J. Boa re. aalary Supt______ 1116.00 I Market has an inside space of 16 by resists fire--there'* no danger of the roof.cat9hing fire from flying Yes-Sometimes It Is-But Look ', 1
1 Wi C. U.... M. H. P. I------ 4 00 12 feet, which allows for a generous .
\ Oeo. W. Overatreet. M. B p. J... 400 I of meat to be kept on hand at spark*-U your roof i is NCFSHSCT Proafita*.
e W. W. Chandler M. B. I' 1.0. ___ 2.00 supply Out When The '
ter, Corn ... 6.41 I all times Meat for both markets are It' the acknowledged standard,high-grade prepared roofing. In attractive "Bump" Comes.,' 1:
"' o ., Sal. teacher kept in this storage and -pnly taken hade of red and green. Cot leuthan_ hingle Its protection
__ __ _
I' ohool No. 9 u _____ __ 46.00
a' Ruby Baaa, 8<<1. teacher school out as called for by customers from fir alone t* worth its entire coit.NEPDNSET. A man
quite while
No 10 _____n_________ 40.00 The cost of installing the plant was may to on a spending every dollar he euuat
"- .J. P. Hawthorne, Sal. leacher about $2BCH1.Tampa. soon, or ere- before he gets it-and hare a treat time dob( tt,'*
1 school No. 18/ 6.00 .
but eventually "thorns" win how. ;' '-
\X aam Hawthorne Sal. teacher
.-Hillsboro County Commissioners
'7 No. 11 46.00
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Mrs.hmo :Lucaa, Sal. teacher opened) bids to pare-86.2 miles The "rainy day" is bound to come sooner or later when.themisspent ,-i 1 '
__ _ ___ __ ,
school No. 11 -- 4000 road with brick but will not let con
-J. P Hawthorne, Sal. teacheraeh0O1No. until 16. s dime and dollars would come into mighty food pia,.
__ __ tract September
", 11. 8. a !i. No. 1 2S.OO Waterproof Building Products

..,' No. U 8.... 8 Sal.. D. No.teachersohool 3__ 6.00 Chicago has about 600 moving picture The time to throw off the spending habit I II aow- aI"i + }
; H. lit. t.e. Sal teacher Rooliap Botlcliagnet ..-. WaD Board start by depositing
t "tMrS..1. / theaters. : just a little each week in this bank
._ _______ :.
; f. school) No. 1 n 40.00 NP.-y *** see a NP..eIT Valtreteala .p..a Will B.ai4 U and how ;(
')Waters A Carson Oro. Co., aup- Alex Sraalona, drayar acbool ,.. s- ......... aM >tuia( new an Win. law wl..ufe atWaa. wak* taker ee much more comfortable and iadepead- I
? ,N 1 pile school No. 1___-___ __ 1.00 No. .10 sty arse. ...,... Jar mite mat *. n. .... k.U41aa ... plies *t laik .*.4 al uri cut yon will feel ai the habit and dollars- ,
Klaalrnme* Valley Qaaette: notlo. Clyde Buiia.'lab'or'Vchool'Nor'l 10.98, Nae..acT ..r.14 Mwvat eta k es era la aWm U lacWi wta. grows your )
.samlnatlon ..._______.. i.oo Joe Butler I aurveylna; --....- 11.00 a..ey I. tee iswsL.i. =.. wW I.e: .1.55w. a.a..ea k k U. JNP..a / wail multiply. i
.Mrs.- Fannie B..., supplies tor John Andei.on.labor; school No. Pt.s1. ....... a.a..s..d lor __ brrd .Mk -..-.. oar.I. f.
No 10 "- __18*. .t-1t '_ *-- >-_ 0011 .. .r..wi iw.y 1M -atMIWI...__ r lakes 4' f
.', 'Robt. H. Alderman, clerk o.l..tlon Ola 5 -Sai.10acberyeh.o lWo. _. ._M_ .... rrk.5 I i
Camp ;
T S. a, D. No. 4________ 8.00 IS _.... .__...._.___ 0.4141 tom..m _. -- -
,.> +-' Alderman, Inspector of Ola Campbell BaL teacher- school y..(...*ees bsIM.. wiles lat a w.....aha.*. *. vakk ... ;i taw- -B-Trr-E--4LB-AN-K OF-
election a-a tx No. 4______4 ..00 No. 38, a a. D; No. 1-- --- 6.00 .-&. Searffa* -a.-,! b.-4 ....r..0 arts NP"eIT_

s' IF ,'Ale a a Sloan, D. NO.Inapector 4___..;.of.___election._______ B.8.H.8.Our.D. No.labor"school.__..___No. It. }L16 BIRD ,& SON % ..' :'Nep Iet 'St-, E. Walpole, MAM. y
elate Bank. Int. No 117 1 Mo* TO.OOe school
B. material EISSIMMEE
Urlnsiaton' ,,1ns.. acbool No. w-------, .._. L < IF.W., BIRD ft sore, HavTOTk Oktaan Waaklaa_ !.eats.,,- ia .*..... .r
eedi *---- "
' .... .... '. .. 10.00 school -'-- Cas-a4 rtaaHaMihM.Ohave : t, "
k; ; <----*- -- ----- 8. B. Aultmanr services '
.f-' R. L. school No. 1 ILK No. 1* __.......___.i ___-... t.OO .
O.e.ola -Hardware Co, supplies Jul .atho..I.bor ohool No, I ,'15 Capital dock _____________________________ LttOOOOO.M k'Rs.
.I. 5 VI 7.. I n ."1.11 Cltllle.a Baaki labor,..n.. anpNo. - " '" '
ft '.) 80boolaINo., .ye.thefbe*, SaL pit.. (.. .. ..... ..._ ;: .::: 1.1.4141La. grces eTer _____ ;
40.60 --- ---- -- -- ----- -- ___________. 400000.00 ,
s6.- also received :load.ofCarrugated ,
No. .
.t t.aah.rec heol Harv.yr. abo'oobN..JI., 2..10 : W . > a.. car, : .
Jdr.. Ne1ue. Ifa)z. I 2;# >1.-

t Nate...eJI...,...cbooJ.N90j"JI.__. ."____.._',:"'."D...x'f: .li. Galvanized ,Roof ing' 'Iron'\in _. Ofian..a Dlr et.r6... }i-i;: } J ,;.:..
fi ;:w..t.ra'' 11.10. T.a..eo... "el.-. : SixSixtySixThis : l
r 'f"... .. .- : .,iir. Phone '' t:'A. Piet.s Jr'M; 1Fk'Yea 'Pied.. -, "
poo No. Come> and it .
'''1'CL TP/m81 4 Uieo all .I lengths. : see 123W1MKINS0t4C !
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". M.a ,. 1If o.r.._ _.....,__. ,4." Is s prsacHpdo pnp.i'ed' spedaflr 4' M 1CATZ'2id' .-
'4- ;. .t ..,_. . for MALARIA x CHILL FCVCfl ; l' <,"'" ; VQ .p.t.; ''l"
0. . ..'.q..saie1JYI r" ,h,
PIN Of sta .vm
r. ... (, ...*.... a ..... .. ...welsesatr % or 1,;, J -- r ...........-- :ROMAN THOMAS casLleeI !! '
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N': .D8liAa'OOK'FltMcOMl

.1, .',\ ( : ",: ," ..LOOK! A Special for Every:: Day ,This Week '

\ c: .' O liver'* Suitatorlum, local repreaen3ti '

Tan red of to thRoyal"'Jiave 'The Tailors Million, baa Dollar ar. MONEY :

Loo i" film, predated by theEssanay ,
!; Motion Picture company for the Royal SIX: BIG GET-ACQUAINTED" DAYS

Tailors, shown 'In, Kisiimmea onthnight < .
t, / .of. September*'29,;a*. a pact of SAVINGThe
the )regular bill at the Casino. ,

a' Everybody is interested in .stylish: '

i'' .clothes whether they be men's" clothe '
or women' clothes, and in this film '

the:Royal -Tailors show His Honor,
,the American- Gentleman in com! :

Mighty nifty clothes.,I. -.' ? ,: at : 11 i. LirnitStoreWhatever !
The picture Is fulCof human lntereat1 :

as well as stylisntf"tireised men ., ,

1 fend ,women. The plot of the picture .
ii built around the fortune ot'a "rich .

\,uncle" who dies leaving: $1,000,000'anet '
e a will which gives the money to one

If**-'" of In compete town.four declared nephews for Each the the,inheritance of who"best'the'succeeds four dressed and nephews in while man being : Else. You Do This Week, Don't Fail to Visit This .Busy Store, and d:'GetAcq uai nted' :

,,1 ,three of them make a creditable show .
'fir Ing,the fourth one-the Tailored !', : '

,4' lion Dollar the" man To make Royal the story Mil 'We want you to know this store. That's why we decided to hold this "Get-Acquainted": : "W k'q

thoroughly: pleasing a girl enters into I'I ... week in which to satisfaction that everything .
ta buy
p, Uft. igot and. I.i won by the Royal Tail --a : we propose prove your you can : you,

4 I uch w.. to the chagrin of the- need :at a cheaper 'price. here.,than, you .can buy it at any other store, or from'mail, er' houses.

: f.. also shows how the suit
n 4J on-tM.tortune was made in Candidly, we want your trad. We want it bad eaonh to giro ,.. "

. >y.IT.llora''New..Y9rk factory, the biggest dollar' worth ;ro' bad Ua.roaiJilIt; ;. WOMEN NEWFALL''- AfSTrimmed' ;
,loading from the cutting 'room' -S' :
A .. indncecaent visit to"offer the most
to store
/;;. through the various departments to our ; we are come ;yon : .
,,, [the pressing and finishing room, and r..arkabkT..eyU offered 11 in this city.; We want yon to come and inspect -

'giving! a series of fine views of this onr new and eoiipleH ttoek. We want yon to make nl prove that everrthiag and Untrimmed

great workshop. lilted in dab ad b n money sated TiJ.
Mr. Oliver will give. tickets to ev- .
Be sure to note the following day-.ix-day4a-the-week-bargalna i
every; ,
man and woman in town who Oar ..
ery atoek
are .w ( fall wlater hats
.i. to see the picture, providing they cal and then cone and inspect the nality of the good and compare"price .. BOW _. In.. They ar* IB all color ,.ry .ay +t''' 'a--- ,
at the SuiUtorlum and make the re- Ton don't have to buy unless we satisfy yon. and materlala._ These hata are .. ta* ..rod s':
lateat .tyl aad jut whatye -Y
quest. I ._.. for .b* eorly ..1.. 98c .y 4
Cars Bad Leo them .1.
Re.. .._........ Street Hai.-----e ,
GROWERS TRANSACT Jewelry DepartmentComplete t. r ,

I line of Ring, Belt 'Buckles, Ear Bobs, / ,,- r S o 4"[ 1afeaw nN

i ROUTINE BUSINESS. Scarf Pins, Beauty Pins, Tie Clasps and Cuff But' lOC I Hammera, .t -._ : j< ft

. tons, all Tlaaer' Shear.. I
. i < Because of the small attendance at< atBEADS of all kinds including Tango l OcWomen's _Ma.-I.ob..'.8aare Trowel : '-,

. .f the Truck Growers' meeting last Saturday .Brae Vile***.f. at all..kl.d..___ Y1.
" r,, : morning only routine business --- - Hit*. at ---____ r w M1
i-- was.disposed of. In the absence of Towel Raetaj .. ,

the president and vice president Mr. Ready to Wear Department ,'"-...___._ -
A. S. Nelson took the chair. Tark Pmltftf at
f Fansler read a communication I ('..1.. Seats. at
4- Secretary: from: the Florida Growers and Everything is this department is all j I........ H.I"....- \ '
T..o-foot llale
r Shippers league acknowledging the and more than represented- honest in ',: Hli-fo.t. Rules a<
of membership dues and stat- 111.&.. 4 vr pair
receipt .
f Ing that membership cards would be w ,'-- quality, satisfying in service, and at a f.'.. Opea..r.. at

issued when-the office clerk had returned price you can't duplicate anywhere else I Nkrlf l.eaioa. Hrarkr Meurer0r.(l .'

,}' from her vacation. Other Mira-beater.. at = ==
) in the city: Come. Make us prove it. ri.nlr IM...-. (25

( communications, quoting prices were from on strawberry plant dealers mail Klltkva.....d...d.t.._.. LOOK !! READ:"!!! l

k plants and offering a special price incase $5.00 Sample $........ rlv....... at
; 1.98':I blabber ....1. 4. >> I !
j 4arge enough quantities were ordered. 1 .
. Information concerning these ffl1 Dresses . :
; quotations can be had from the secretory SCIIOOI.Tablrt FOR

+Et ZjI The rW are 0.1, a few of the* beautiful dre.**.. 1 <.!!.. Colored*. CoB>f..o... t
; I DM. Caster's name was added to44.&memberehip 1' left 'l aey are sample. made. cof fflae White fir. E ...,. f.
t list of the local or- Voile,.beautifully embroidered ..d lace trimmed I school rklldrca DAY THIS.. WEEK
.. ,
rat lateat tyle. Hlxe\lS to 2U I bit-Bain arteea. ,
.aniiation, ee.r. j l ;, aad they are regular:5 vaiaep. Ifyoa 1 .9$
The small attendance at the meeting .r e waat our coaie, t oaee. G.IBK .t_ i GOOD STRONCI WORK *111RT,' '

;g ;?I.1 I to those Saturday who have was rather given so discouraging much time '!Lil.l ,. r.t .I.5OIfoaae* aid .le Dree.___-..__.Thee___.___dre______,_*_re__,la__vMe allcolor 1 I Pll.ra.Pocket Mallet at XVreaekea at :::::: : ay:' 19t hI.T......,'at ktad.aly Bay .other._,,.._.BO....,cat+._* _.39'-C:*
the ... Staple
, i and effort toward organizing as- .. ,1 ,4 MX.OO Mle Dreaara (Ue 14 to 18)! ------_fl.OO hasp
! M ,:;clation and who always find time toAttend FI (;.1101....'* Dreaaea __,.______",____---------iOOo Ilaad Haaimork Hateketa H_"at. REGULAR 8Sa.14-QUART''Dllpf. PA IT." N1
its meetings regardless of oth- ? -f.i; : 1.GO LadleValat.. oaly_______: __________B8eTSe I NOTION Tkla pas la .._a... aad I*, k7''
er duties. It is considered very necessary .1 Ladle. Walita, oaly..._..____.._--.see '-2 ...._).. 76_.. TBl- 195 h
,. ra earl Ratt.a. that all members attend the ..l.. IIa l.. Sad Kye : -- '; .
next meeting on Saturday, September Tnllet Plaa ( '
be -0 Underwear Kid Carlrr. <.... LACE INSERTING.
1 26 so that definite plans may '
..afelr" Plaa ..._ : )fen is your ....... to get woo ,... /r
'worked out before the beginning of ;. 1+ iR _________ _ ___ Hair. PI.. .GO Vadcraklrt at __ __ 9Nee aiMllav rash at ...
the shipping season. } (per Jar) 22nd .I. 5C
Vaderaklrta at _________________________1JOe. foliar ..P.."'... ***. jrartjfjM***...*.".*,-'j....,. .
_______ .
Coraet Cover at_ C ... '
--- ---------- Hair Net' at
//UNCLAIMED LETTERSAT -' o. Makt CIOWB' at .. ..._OOc T5c. ON. ... -
Arm n.
,. MnarUr.wera ;; .::.-.::: :.. 25e, Ore Taaco Hair '..... d' PINT, CUPS. :* FOR h..
: llader Ve.t. ._?._.?,.?.:-,----..+....--..: -.... Taa.. Hair ..... ay BT.rraody w.... M*...a) of the*, ....',
THE POST OFFICEMrs. \ Daloa'' Salta ..--...<._____...,_..._.._.---.-."'" bide (.'0... (per 23rd .10"" us. espu "..... tko k.M>e,
R IJ.' ... Shirt' (.... .1...,....) -* >nj,. ....4OIO .......,rs.SS hack c...., each r U.I.. ,':.. .-w..7 ,., 5e
Silk lit......... .... ... at -.. .. .. ... , '
Wllile'VM. "j?__ r4ee. ( .ItOB. 8t_.....---I. '..-...._..___-._.._...."_.. I.I..C.lo Carler.--.i: :. ; : : : ", ':- -- .
., Chatt, I. E., Clay, C I SUM Caraeta, all alsea). pt_.._____.._..__.IMI J AI........ Hair T BL&WATEa"BOTTJEW.
6" ,Jeff Jackson; Mrs. Hester.Jackson (2)) r rise Coraeta,Jail .1....). ..-.__.,_..-..._:__-1We D...... COltop c. avo "A".pleadl ,i tree '., dam 1
l MUs Hattie Johnson, Henry Murry, ; BOe Coraeta ,.t ____,__.___..._...:_' .:______..2Se 1Ie.- 19'
't tyli:4,1M rile (Children' Cap, at .- .-._---- _.3Oe 24th Z.?3.3SS'm _,...._, _.... C,
Samuel Russell -
,Mr,. Clara Richardson, C.hlldrea'a 1)r.wera at-::--:----....::::.-:J1/k' 'f
Kelsey Taylor s-,, ( .u.,..'. adrrablrt at oou_______.___;lOcI GLASS TUMBLERS,.
B. B SIMPSON. ('.11.....'. Hohlery at ______________________loc Stressaad Darable.
Will ,
(hlldrca*. Hock (all color Bad *Uc,*), at._10el'blldrea' r
{, FLAGLER FERRY BOAT TO aderbodlce. at __,__-____________UIO at be two aald for all--day__?Friday-....*,.... .... C
BE LAUNCHED SEPT. 22 er 25th act .f e for_____.-._.--.___-__,_.......1.. ,I'
Kitchen DepartmentHere
Invitation cards issued by the Florida ,4P-

k'' East Coast railway announce the TO. .... Bad everythlBK for your Kltcbca-from. c.. OpP.."* to Boys' Ready-to-We r. )
launching of the company's car ferry Itoaatlaa; "'...-aBd everythlBjr. priced at from 1t" :Vtl ...... lower than at ..,. I Iy
steamer "Henry M. Flagler" on Tuesday other ator. la H..I..... Why" aot get aconalated with the Departmrat

September 22, from the yards of Disk. Paa tlB aid .....,...01. at Toilet Paper Holder ______ __ilk I Ifl. .
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I William Cramp & Sons, at Philadel- Ilk to __'.____________ _____ _.._IMcNkllleta Roll Toilet Paper (regular lOc iI,7 ,,, r "v W
l all .1.... at 1O -to_________2KeRaaater .le) .00 ___00 ____n_u____________2Bc
phia.Mention *. .......I.d. at 2Bo to..____SixCo &&%&
of the ferry line t ; by. a Coast railroad loIllr __________ ____________________35.. SUIT: CASES. LDFD & '
I '< Wet and Havana has Drlaklaa dokleta 4U), ..110"___3 cSluae lade: out of reed, atroavly built *au iMSSSi jzxrA Via' '
between Key Tea Pots at 26e .._____r____itde aad will B|V. ....pll... _n- I''
I '.T ben made before. It is proposed to TeaKettle* (U quarts) _.._________CWe lee. At (0e aad--------------0 8e I S95 *
.. ferry trains between these two points ',* '> Vs't ,e
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i\n a regular schedule, thereby giving Potato Maher* ________ .. lOe / / 1
't/ tffWct connection i by rail from New 151... atralaera _____,____Z-__-_-__-_-_--_-_.IveHlBk .
.York to,Havana' Cleaner ____________________l eTea t /
Ball lai.rl ur) __ __._____ OTea '..00 Alarna CI_.. % % lyA 4G " Uell _____.'_______.I__________le PlaylaaCard* __. T fu" / J&\
Cartala Polea ____________________lOe Ilia. Sear Tape : <
<' Additional I Bargains on Sale I at Heap 01..... wire.. aad e..I d-IOe Novelty K. ;; ; i
:I Tea Spooa. ce la .ct) _____________lee Hair Carlera ____ WaPOCMfT .
L : "flpooB* _____ ...lee Marcel Carlera __ $/
Cooking Pota, eaameled, all alaea, Garde. .... ________-_-_ _--____-_-___ '.. .
Limit Store F. lOe ( (ail klada)
L The $ ______._________________4He --
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_______ ,, .g Bowl _______________..._-lOe Hair. Braakea ____ fxceo
S-aalloB KalraaUed_ CBB ftIkt. TI. (taart Backet _________________lOe ( klldrea*. Bella sutra N /
Toot Tab -- -&- --* ... _________ /
Bread lloxe __:.__.: :. ::BOe: S5e, TBe Tla I. (all ale) Be A: loeBaameled ( Um.kea
P... (*ljc: ..aarta)_______lOe Hood Mirror _,
Crepe Paper, flowered dc.lK.. ralvBBlaea' Dacketa20e .K.nce. ..'.... (four quarts) ...___...lOc Hpeetarlea _______
(1.141) _____________. ___..___ 10* Jo-....'" eaameled Backeta (whitellaed Hairar tl.kea ___________.__________J80 Smoklaa Piper C....
b SIM Ilea Hlbh.O. (a 10".01)21IIIkt ) ___________________________... Batter Dishes ___ lOe T.b..... ...."... 1 Y
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.. la all color (a yard ;fUc Chlmaey lOe Scrub H....... ..___._____________.1e Il.ra ra. will. .
Taffeta Hlbboa. all color (a Lamp Chlmaey ___________30 aad Ilk Cloth D....... ______ ____________bOo !!.. of /.) .. .... .4
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Complete Llae of 1111010.,.. __/ \ Stralaera ---------lue Brnake* -_ __ _____ __ lOeH.rao ataok. ....... at__..BOe aae MeB'a
BlbnoB ( bolt) __ ._lOcIarae Pot Chain -- _. 1Store ::..:.. ..=:: .::: 2A. Jap Row .. a
Braakea lOe
per .. .
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Bath Towel.._ _.-- _h i._ Aabeato Stove Mat-___._________lOe CROCKERY DEPARTMENT. Koo Powder ___ ( ) Mle This la t... blur.tEN IB
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Towel -- Soap !It..I.... .___... .._..____ JOe Cold Creaa __ .. 1..1... collarat <..... YOBJ would pave .. pay
; 'Cottoa Towel tall Ilse.) 5 Jt loo Potato F.,.... Baaket- _-_________-_-_JOe Capa aad SaBcer Caa aiker Creaai n ___._._______ova SSJIO. *a X> sad SLOe elsewhere
EMBROIDERIES Ilaairlaa from. Fleck fork __*_._______-_-__5e *: lOe Platea .. match X___........______J.... How Water .. .. Bad srrey" for Ideatlcally tho siro hat wo lt.
...... ______.. ______ $.. .... .
f i 10 lacbe wide. T.rdllkd Tea Stralaera __._ BeKmm Rowla (all ) :, ,.- _lOa Kara Powder (w. ----------- are BOW yea at..atlo
94 ao I....... wide. (per yard" )' ,3tneIS TBraer _-_-.::_.__--::: ::::::::_-BNatmea Platter _________..__.___-..-_,- -l.e Soap* .. all ..I... _.* .____ N* ICs.. IB all .color*, alaea aad.aaaea. t.., ;:
I......* wide (per Tard16c ; (Uratrr ____...__________BePwC soap PlatesCovered _--..---.....I....,*......!** Plat Jar ... .. __ ....____ .) }yl
.,ce Cartala fp" pair) __ OOo Lid (all .1_.) _______.:._________30 Duke. 4 flowered ....1...) ..HeWklte Perfamea of all HoyaCapa. at. .___,--.25. A: .B/ '
o.7 f fallow c..... .2AeSheet Cap aad SaBeora (S IB set> *Oe Shoe Pollak (white ;; at ___?-.She BBI,B II.It. .__.___-----1.-r
+ *. 7O Jby 00 lathe.Mk White PUtea to MatehS.. Klaatl. .par rardj.) .. at______S5a H..'. Helta, at ___-._.._-.SIkt '
FOR TUB L5UNDRY. CIIlrfAWARH.Chlaa Wladaar Ties, pt Drawer at 4S* Collar (all *tylo*)< ( ........ t'
P SHOE) UEPAHTMKMT.SI Pocket Booka __: .* (...,.* .. Oo Tie. solos at_. ._..._l" '
.25 Chlldrea'. School !Shoe.! liNe 10. 0 W.... Tab*_____________-.4Bo .. Cream Plteher.165 PI a Caakloaa __.--._______3Bo TI-.I .._--''"___....._ "
( Sl.OO Chlldroa'. HchSol 8..... Mae ]**. 1 W.... ......._______.._____Boe Chlaa M.... .-__.---_______?___..IB* Cklldrea'a .;;;rt ; ; ; at .__..___2\e. *"e Tie. .Nag. at _...__.-.sae -4 ".
... Soft Sole Shoe* (all eoII.fa.t'a N. Wash Taba_______________ B Chlaa Salt aad Pepper Sa.ker*._ lOaChlaa Mea** .......... 4 : ___...-..__SB* Mea-a C..... Boeka .__....'Oe
t 1.1...) ___ ______._ .___ .21\e No.Va..h Tab*____.-________TBeVak Sugar Dl.bea .. -1---..-----IB* Waaiea'a ......... : ..*.* ......_16* MOB.'* 'Silk, oka., at ..>..._>oe
Shoe -_-loos \ Boiler _-______TBe BBe. Me Cklaa Candle Stlelm ..I::...-_._.._165 SBa I_... at .
t' ,'Ladle Skoe at:::::::::: :"He Wash Board .-------.-.--.lOe. aGe Chlaa Ollro.* ____________.!.* Tapo LJaea ____ .
Ladlea' Of..... at BKe Cklaa Pickle Ulahc __. .. lOo Dust Caps ,
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Old ....1..*. Comforta _:....___880 ...n.... f-raaMa (. rlIIS-ERICE-LlS-T.:
,Milk Skimmer .__.__._: ______oaHaho -":M.71PleSro ._... "
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1. .r.r.' the'bea.Ct CAlfOY.of oar _....*'w. T A.h*ek.Shovel.(all ......) _____.-:______?-o Be* ; t. aaak thorn .....7.C..I. v.......* Board r of the "Specials.: ,Com ud Take Oat Profit". '

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i, '-'." ". r"" -'r -' ---pr" T: '> -" TAKING{'A :SQUINT.>'AT 'THK, 'SI*.F.A
"the 'I Kissimmee 'Val Gazette : ATORSHIP. -- .
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( The Eternal : Tim permits a, .
: 'pgBLtsn- to. EVERY p.RtDA.r. OFTTCB IN VAtXBT! GAZETTE. ,BCILDINd' Urge The of Tampa the name of Spencer an: gentleman tan .'
r ,l + .. ....... .-+.- terview through its'columns that way:
.. i'W i- ., o-J' result In creating a false impression in. er

B. HARRIS ? ? ? '.. ., .:.,, ,. ., ,.:. .. -. .' ., -. Owner. The..COSMOS..evolve*., The' principle which" expresshemselvd..inaRe'development Material civilization consist in the utilization of the regard to flUingthe senatorship' Mr.i\ .
deal to
,-- -. distinguishesman Spencer has a good eaywMgh: :
: doubt in eueaceIdentical "materials and forces of nature. This is what .
are ao
.. .... ....:.... amounts to nothing but his most seri.; ',
UBSCRIPTION : On* ,* on* y"I.r. i. ; 1JI* of his
RATES copy the basis
Oat opt, six monthi..v-o.........<.. rh On*, copy, ; I'' ..;.;........ .', " ) ; : of gravitation .that'draws the planet to. its mother, the, spiritual development., It does not derogate, from the ::statement that the last, legislature a
i ; All communications, except, from ouriautag7Ised. correspondents.' must/'bod soa,manifests. Jtself IB. the; Jove that draws mother to' worth of man's spiritual l facaltiei'to'" admit that without '* provided no way for filling a 'vacancy v
..1--,, br th. writer. In the Senate. Now this is, exactly ,
"\ 'edat.
child. Filial affection is conscious gravity. material .basis they tuaot
.Rfjfettd natter will hot'b. returned sales catU4 Car. what the legi.laturedld.- the follow. ?,
jJ' . Biologic development, U not' ware',, of itself,, The These powers and .faculties-that have given us ,aH 'ing>,. act being proof that Mr. Spen. i'
(Entered at the Po.toltlc/ In 1 I..Immea, .Florid as eond-clao, mttur.) organic world is passive, The animal achieves nothing.It that is glorious in art, inspiring in literature, ennobling in cer-fatted to Inform himself .before .

is acted upon by the .environment. and adapted to it: character charming and l ineffably tender in human relations speaking: , .,
i,* FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 1914 Man, on the contrary, is psychically developed is active' are flowers delicate that they can bloom in the Chap. 6471,' pare 27$.. Be' .It _- n- ';0.

_ .. "- ..201' : . ..... == and bis rich soil of material fanned by the air of acted by the Legislature,of theState'.
I - -.- assumes, the initiative, molding nature to own prosperity of Florida! Section,1. The Senators ,
ale, in proportion to his mental- development freedom and warmed by the glow of human compan from Florida in the Congress of i
t There has ,been no Important organic change in ionship. the United 'States shall be elected at "
4" Kipling and_ f'Liberty"Rudyard I man during the hastens period. Physically he seems Heretofore, from causes largely material, I poverty the general election in the' etate held ti.

finished Psychically and in. the conquest of nature an has been the inevitable lot of the masses. An enormous next preceding the expiration of"the. tj;
terms of office of such (Senators, and-
k Kipling apologist for the Englishruling clue, says liberty in illimitable field lies before him. His power of vision amount of human'energy was wasted in the conflicts such elections shall conform as near 'l

England will be dead if Germany wine. Kipling talked that way in London has been enormously increased by the application of the of 'opposing interests. This made the progress of civilization as practicable to the methods.....and a

Liverpool and other cities while out making "patriotic"speeches urging men lens, his power of locomotion has been multiplied, and difficult and confined its blessings to a small cl.... means provided for the election ot)1

to enlist. his strength has become 'almost unlimited by his command In the future poverty is unnecessary since the power to state officers -t-' ;
We who know something about those cities and the awful poverty and of nature's forces. Tools are vastly more effective produce is practically unlimited.It Section in the 2. representation Should a vacancy-of hap this ,I>

r degradation existing in the working class sections; than teeth and claws. Electrical transmission of thought only remains to reorganize society upon the basis state pen in then Senate of the Congress' .

a '. -We who know that the casual Liverpool dqck\ worker-and his name endows him with a faculty deemed miraculous ia a more of man's achievement; of his power to utilize the materials of the United'States, the Governor, h:

i is Legion-goes through life always half starved even when his exploiters are ignorant age. Br" long series of invention he has and forces of nature, in order to secure to every shall issue writs of election to fill 'h

on the floodlide of prosperity; enormously increased production. It is all the result of member of society an ample material income. neD election such vacancy, and at the the Governor next general-MAY "'

t.. -We who know that there are vast working class districts in those man's power to transform environment and declares' him each will be free to follow the spiritual impulses of his MAKE TEMPORARY JW.PPOINT.

cities in which not a single life insurance company in the kingdom will accept"risks" I master of the globe he inhabits. nature and develop the highest faculties of the cosmos. MENTS UNTIL THE V N.CLIB: iJ

f on account of inconceivable mortality therein;; = -;.. - -=-= :=c--==-7" -= ='" 6 t

-We who know that the working class in London has been debased, : JuRemedy -I Mr.The Spencer's citation l pie of the .c sugge .... .

degraded, starved and brutalized to a degree where description becomes impossible Come On Florida Editors Let's A for chorjgiiyft fffnAtor in' the even _.

;i 's ; ---'- P. Bryan is elevated to, '
-We who know that the workers of England are governed by the most I' Have Day Neither the newsoane v..e ?federal bench and if eporta are ""

{;TVj cruel and cynical ruling class the world has ever known, and knowing the I a Newspaper of the inilliiijjiJrtlilll i I vanced I any I to be trusted that may be set down But""J.

history of (the rise, development and of the ruling class in Great I emedj sjs He recent Inexcusable ad- as more than 'a mere possibility.of immediate .
progress aries in the prices of food staffs but j there 1s no likelihood an "J'
fr I Britain for the last hundred years and knowing also the character and psychology The Kissimmee Valley Gazette names October 17 as newspaper day. there is a certain remedy which The appointment, for Senator Bryan

: of that class and knowing the horrors with which it has subjected Everybody; in Florida will be expected to send a newspaper to a friend or Herald proposed a few ;weeks ago;j will hold his seat until after the

r %' the masses of the population for over a century, and knowing particularly II relative in the United States or Europe Ion that day. and if the newspapers, especially those vember election. This Park

t, well the conditions of proletariat hfe in London. Liverpool and other large Will all editors join and boost for newspaper day? which claim 'to be Progressive with a will melt eliminate from the contest Governor, for the
ities WE SAY DELIBERATELY THAT WE FAIL TO SEE WHEREIN THE j Florida has dozens of that the big P, would join The Herald in de- interim No..j
4. '.< newspapers-papers are printing manding an application of its remedy,, nor will have to make an
ENGLISHMEN WOULD BE ANY WORSE OFF WITH A GERMAN MASTER truth about this wonderland. There are thousands everywhere who want we. would'.soon sea rapid decline in pointment until Senator Bryan's :
RULING ENGLAND. I' icliable information about mysterious Florida. What better way is there thanto the prices of flour,' sugar, meats and cessor is elected in 1916. Thus_ :
y. r Understand we hold no brief for Germany. In fact we are not even interested supply the thousands of information-hungry. people with copies of Florida other food stuffs. the South Tampa Florida Times candidate for the successionis
The is for to
; remedy Congress
and don't care which side is victorious in the present struggle. I papers? law confiscating all the sugar passa refineries -I counted out of it, for the time be-" :''

,The point we are trying to make is that Kipling is a "literary liar". and is If the papers and the people will join hands on this proposition there all the grain elevators and fng, at least 'c":'"
rrfcfe using his reputation and influence to fool the working class of Great Britain. I ought to go out of the state on that day no less than 500,000 copies of Florida flour mills, and all the big butcheringand With the ranks! closed will up and the ;

;'1 r Suppose Germany should capture England-which is not possible-in papers to all parts of the world. meat-packing establishments in governor willing out to agree the Times that Honorable probably'be C.. \';'.

what way would the condition of the majority of the people be any different I Just think of itl! Half a million messages direct from one friend to another the they United be operated States,by and the directing governmentfor that A. Carson of Osceola, is the most

;$ from what it is now? Certainly their lot could not be any worse than it is now. spreading enlightenment among the people as to the resources df the the benefit of the people. available man for the place. Mr.

The same ruling class the money kings-would own the necessities of life I state and the opportunity waiting. here for tourists, homeseekers, investorsand The owners of these concerns have Carson is able well known, influential !
has been of bigaffairs,-' s
man 1
;Iy 79 under 'I German government just as they own them today under a British capitalists. forfeited any right to consideration for ; he can a afford to assume .:
without oth- years;
t y 1 government. The English worker would work just as hard and just as long I' How many papers will join and urge the people to help us spread this er by reason advancing or motive prices than to add any to the the office, and would bring to it that. !.

h ; as he does today. he can get a job-and at the same old breadline information ? How many editors will support the proposition with editorialsand millions which they have already dignity and ripe experience which the. '

a s wages. The workers would Mill) constitute the "mob" to be used and exploited : news stories? Speak up. We are listening.Let wrung from the people. They have post demands. He has had trainingin

and ruled by money and for profit. us all "boost" Florida Newspaper Day. Let everybody make it a thus placed themselves in the attitude all linen of activity educational bearing upon and I,
state's material
I the
: of enemies the of the r
rr people
This is bunk. point to mail out one, two, three, or more, copies of the home
Kipling "liberty" piffle just plain newspaperon United States and it; IB, therefore, moral welfare; is thoroughly balanced '
f* ,. The war is being fought because the English and Russian capitalists want Newspaper Day October 11.Bryan's right that their property should be and would represent Florida ,,'

%P \ the German markets. They have got to have them in order to get rid of their confiscated. the United States Senate with '\

.ff surplus products. They can't keep their mills running any other way. Germany Tribute To WilsonThe I an They excuse have for made their the crime European; whereas war,, honor As and an applicant credit. for the appoint :;.:...
f has the world-wide markets that the allies I
r**. want. everybody knows that that war has ment he would be strongly endorsed i"iJ
: ,, Of course, Kipling couldn't tell this to the working classes. If he had curtailed the markets for American frorn every section of Florida. It is .'

;4 told them the war was being waged for the benefit of the British capitalists tribute which William J. Bryan paid to President Wilson the other products, which in consequence should to be doubted, in fact, if would there is ell another -_ ,;.-1
whose _
suffer decline. None of the Ameri- candidacy .f1 a
tf' the workers might refuse to enlist; therefore Kipling waves the flag and pulls night at Baltimore, when he called him "America's peace-loving chief" is can crops a of corn, wheat, sugar cane such instant and emphatic endorses"., ,' ,;

: 't the patriotism racket. but a reflection of the anti-war sentiment that is sweeping the nation. and cattle are short; on the contrary,, meat 1

4 We are beginning to learn that in "Old Glory" no longer stands we are told that the wheat crop at The ReporterStar offers the name "..::
of Mr. Carson for the appointment,
: for blood spilt in defense of our country' "honor." in a fuss with one of least is above this and the in average view of; and the considering fact- believing that he is eminently quail- ;?\
A Foolish Doctrine I
: 1 our neighbors. No. The crimson in the flag stands for thej patriot's blood 'that the war prevents their exportation fled and having assurance that bej

_ that leaps in LIVING veins with the joy of wiping out economic evils and to Germany, Austria and other would serve if he were chosen.. -_', ,

"r "In time of peace prepare for war.'I That has been the foolish argument overcoming obstacles that lie in our own and. our brothers path the joy of i eastern countries, there is of no the reason mil lahdo Reporter-Star. :- \ '
:except the
work and the of love Insatiate
used by every jingo for the last hundred years. joy lionaire advance in GENEROUS PRAISE. the The United States does not ask us to die for its welfare; it asks ns to livefor in the United States.
t It is monstrous argument being used right now by yellow newspapers, prices '
the nation and to live and 'to act that be 'I German Kaiser Is frank' and ,
so so our government may pure, The self-styled Progressive newspapers The ,
r" by the of the Boy Scout movement and by such fake organizationsas \ !
I ownership in his He does
its officers honest and that every corner in use vast domain shall be a fit advocate government magnanimous praise. \:1';:
that one located in Washington known as the National Defense League.. place to grow the best men and women that are possible under. the civilized influence of railroads and telegraph.; why not Mt confine it to the Uohenxollerns.After .
This arming to keep the peace has.never appeared quite so absurd as of education. : government ownership- all the the German early successes, he' '
means and Instrumentalities of .con- telegraphed; to his daughter-in-law: \'
the moment. It advanced
at ought be
present to again
never even among trolling the food products and prIcesof "1 rejoice with the in the first via .;

.,_ the_ .....unthinlung! after' the, present bloody strife in Europe.! .' S the country? tory of William God has been on his
Every power 'Europe has been arming itself for years. The people have I I. 'A .Creed,: " I The present Federal Administration side and has most brilliantly supported ;.

.. ...been Used to the limit of human endurance to maiatain large armies and is lauded as being progressive, and it him. To Him be thanks and honor.' :
; has really made considerable progress, I send to William'the Iron Cro.. of ,;
r "navies i -to keep the peace, of course. especially in the matters of the tariff the second and first class." : " 'j*.

M1ra: These great armaments were to prevent war. Billions of dollars taxed The schools and ihe Christian organizations'could with profit adopt this and the currency, but there is room Oscar also got an iron cross' ,What *<.

out of the pockets of the people were wasted for this supposed "insurance." creed which is modeled after one repeated by the children .of Wassau, Wisconsin for some more progress, and we hopeto about God He was of some real as- ;\f,p'
schools occasions see it made, even if it amounts to si tance. His fighting was, as the <\?
4 : And now Europe is war mad from end to end. The war devil js loose I .on numerous : revolution -that is, revolution in business Kaiser admits, even brilliant. '
and the red flames of hell are licking up city after city and filling the bone- "God hath made of one blood all nations of men and we are His children and not the kind they are hav- Forty-five years ago William's f d.

yards with the wrecks of the innocent. The continent was made a tinderboxby brothers and sisters all. We are citizens of these United States and we believe ing in Europc.-Punta Gorda Herald. grandfather was busy writing to his :, d

all this "arming against war." Like a spark dropped into a roomful of that our flag stands self-sacrifice, for the good of all the people. We want + wife about the wholly admirable activities *,t

\\f\\ ",: explosives it starts a conflagrahpn which no one has the power to control. II therefore" to be good citizens and show our love for cur country by our PAVED STREETS AND MUD Providence of God, my and dear Punch Augusta observed, : J>;

The: Cleveland Plain Dealer precisely sums up this foolish doctrine in woiks. < ROADS \Has given us another buster: ;j
f the following words: Ten thousand Frenchmen sent be- >"
low; A 1
A man al mini to the teeth with a chip on his Shoulder invitesa WILL TEST THE PRIMARY LAW. FEDERAL NEWSPAPER LAW. You, Thank God from whom all blessings ,
Mr. Farmer of this community !
fight' .So does a nation similarly equipped. And a nation is nov readers--r-newspapere;; I flow. ,11/1.
Evidently the socialist and republican Most and
'E more justifi thus to arm herself and- go out ut'tking trouble than is Do you know that you are paving I It is profer that only Hohenzollerns If.
in Florida intend to put I
an individual The next time: some minister or legislator argues for the parties primary law to the test. many publishers are not familiar with the streets of the city and neglectinghe should have iron crosses of the first ,'sg
bigger armaments in order to avert war it will he in order for someone Bryan conventions have been held by the laws governing subscriptions. road to your farm? class, but why should God not receive
C familiar with the events of the summer of 1914[ to recall him to County both parties at which candidates were Here are the decisions of the United' Do you know that the mailordermatrJlate one of the second class!Harper's '1

"4 his senses One way to prevent a tinder box fire is not to provide nominated for the various offices to States court On the subject. They are Is riding in comfort over Weekly. fl..
box smooth thoroughfares while
the tindir+ your wagon -
in November
be filled at the general election
and of the
interesting we are glad op-
Via; may be mired to She hubs in mud?
of the requirementin
the law regardless that they be nominated in portunity-to print them for the benefit Keep your dollars at home spend DAN C N. r rAt
M: Per the June primary of our subscribers: them with the local merchants, and '
Neither the socialists or republicans "Subscribers who do not give ex- hey in turn will help bear the taxation Sumner Street Hall, every,TueC l
*I I "FortyNiner'a' nor progressives-nor for that matter, press notice to tho contrary are con- burden of building good roads in I day .evening from 7:30: to' 11 p. m. r?tI'
every democrat: -feel that the require- their sub- this community.The 'I' Admission: Gents, 25c; ladies, lOc., ),
ment that a man support none but the sidered as wishing to renew mail-order man assists in bear- Come and enjoy the Tango, Waltz, -
} his in the generalelection scriptions. ing of burdens, he I W. P. Floor .:
V Powell, of the Clearwater Sun, warns t'loridians against nominees of party none your only Two-Step, etc. Boyer,
Editor I .
his franchise is entirely discon- takes dollars, and and others
lose subscribers order
or "If the a your you Manager.
"A r \ the building of KUiul-oil roads, tiling the fact that he lived in CaliforIlia -
and dwelling on the horrible conditions of some of the sand-oil a mark of freedom, and it may be. tinuance of their publication, the pub- like you are contributing hundreds of -
well that the faults of the primary millions of dollars annually to feeds
just as
C \10\ roads he Haw there. The California oil roads are no more like the lisher may continue to send them un-
if it
taw be found out: even require greed.
h KuBtix: sand oil, road than black i is like white. We lived in California til all dues
candidate'sname are paid.
l?' so-called the placing of every Every dollar spent at home means
k great deal longer than Powell did and know. These sand-oil i i.J
the general election ballot "If the subscriber refuses to take added
than oil on I wealth and additional improvements -
let y- loads of California were never Anything pore sprayed over If YOU Are
,ji the natural adobe soil; no Hand about them at all. The oil was put this fall, by petition.In have periodicals from the postoffice to in this community.Why '
the socialists directed he is-
"! cold, and was never intended for anything more than a binder Duval county, which they are respon- not put your own wagon on a
t nominated I
adopted a pl.tformand a sible until he has settled his bill and well-paved road? www
the summer dust from rlring.-Florlda dip
>' 1, ,; to. keep Grower. complete county ticket in a conventionheld ordered his paper I Think it over.-Cocoa News and I ;/
of in Saturday. Moreover, with the exception . "If subscribers move to other places .
? Editor Powell ha*. evidently never known the joys motoring out I
of a few extreme statement, without Informing the publisher and Star.A --- .-- THINKING OF BUILDING ,A \ ,
Catfornia. If he had he never ne\er could have expressed. ," HOUSE OF ANY
"r of California roach. dorsed by any true democrat, a cir- drfess, the subscriber is held respon- to the pan or breaking is to KIND '- :;f.
c I, If there it one -slate, in the Union that is nested for its splendid highway cumstance that suggests the possibility sible. >N I add ja spoonful flour to the grease ME FIGURES WITH YOU. L
: ;' it H California, and that explains why California has more automobiles in of a free-thinker or even a party- "The courts have held that refusing in which they are friend.
_ : democrat voting more readily take from the
pledged to periodicals postofficeor ,
f York.
daily use than any other state with the exception perhaps of New tor some man he knows to be all right removing and leaving them uncalled I AM PREPARED TO PUB-
\ ,You. can start in almost any section of California and motor hundreds of : in the socialist party than for one he for is prima facie evidence of, intention OOOOOO.OI
.' 6 miles in any direction over solid smooth, winding road. These toads were I knows to be all wrong in the party to defraud."If .. NISH PLANS AND ESTI ,

'constructed and \hen- .imply sprayed with natural! crude oil used a* it comesnjf41iarearth. which will get the rest of his votes. subscribers pay in advance they I J. W. B MATES AT ROCK BOTTOM
r of the Duval WEIT
J _*> | The substance of the ground i* such that the oil glues the county.. At any and rate other, the socialists, together the are bound time if to they give do notice not at wish the to end continuetakingitr of- PRICES. yu '

soil!,.into,4a solidT .urf which. with u.e-becftroefasimoodrsrranasphaU wlthrthat of other:partUe- utaIde-! the subscriber .
..lrett.; the democratic fold. Is going;' to put responsible until express no- ; ;- The, life Health aDd Aecideat '
Willis is .a good booster and know about a lot of things, but' when, itcones' the Bryan primary law to its-final tice with payment of all arrearage is a
test-and just' to be safe,.it look to sent to.the ARNOLD}
''to judging California roads he will be given another guess. If 'oil-sand The Metropolis that every democratic i ii publisher"The f IINSURANCESuccessor W.H. :

S+4 will 'give Florida.uch roads ,psi California has today. we would do well. to candidate certified to the managers of latest fad In London i. cubistnotepaper 1 . '

,$Urf:buildingthem: ':rip.c'now... the general election from the prtmar- which is perfectly ,.black. .. 'ii.I
r, es .s . lea should make his position secure by The. writer uses Ink which is either to Coatraetor, and. BalUer., ; : fKISSIMMEE .
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SEPTEMBER 18,. '1114., THE:. !lUSSIMMEE' VALLEY'' GAZETTE # PAc'*f 1..'.

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I;' :tI""fi'.M'i; > 1 ;'llll'O'i : i. : N, ,:0'0'.L'LA", : R"M"Y'r"S'. .. "T"E'.RY' HAROLD.. "' (). If : MacGRATHioeoo y. . ;" >

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: '" I the; buoy. The wah'from' the" mighty I'll notify 'yon.- .;.1 the' assertion of Jane to the con ence lived.' a phycal| ImpoMibUity, *he 414 tha
; $ FOR "fOc WORDS' propeller tossed her about hither and But he searched the newnpapers in trary.' H. had gone over all the mis I Meantime Brain. had not been Idle. next mot"agreeable thing to her die-

w ,"Ftfe Million 'Dollafc Uyatrytory yon from ,'one swirl to another ilk.a .. yaIn. for the simple. fact that he-did hap. which had taken place and he According to Vroon the girl's memory ordered minov On the second day out

C'', .aoutlv will. wk run fortw.nty.on.In. thl* .. oon-By chip of wood-. Then everythinggrew iict think to (lance" ovsr/tW old one*. wae absolutely convinced. that his whi' was In bad shape; so he 'had not the toward New York. *ha found a box of .
a..rtantr.m.nt with t*per. 'ai-, blank.: "! ]K: JMr renc.e wa soon jtM to walkabout lom friend Braine and the Princess least doubt- of bringing her back to matches and blithely set fire. to 'her' '

. ., .hour P11m-oomp&n7 It- *** bn Fortunately'for''' her:the mastern of -\ Ordinary conversation .IIhe' Perigoff .were directly concerned-: New York without, mIshap Once cabin; walked out into the corridor' '

t2; th.mad try poMibl IB this Dot"-OI7 but' jto al read the fishing.schooner wa at the time, seemed to understand; but whenever Florence had either been going to or ha had her there, the gamewould begin and thence to the deck.' When the fire, 't-
eo to
.f B.. It aeh wk paper at the artraton landing von hi. quarter-deck by ,the: the past was broached she would shake coming from the apartment.-And that In- earnest He played his cards wa discovered t'( had gained too much t

L 1 Casino. For' the. 'aolullon of this wheel, .qulntln ,t rOUCh big glass at her
given.mystery' ,.to"',. 11O.OOQ will b* the liner and envying the easa' and', main diversion consisted: of sitting on princess had been in .the dry goods little fishing harbor'with a handsome was doomed. They put off In the. boatll'f..

e. comfort of those on board Tier. The the sand dunes and gazing out at sea. shop yacht In itself, would allay any ;distrust and for. half a day drifted helplessly:

--, CONDITIONS.CONTEST OOVBRJOSra"' mate, sitting on the .step and *.mokIn -,' One day a stranger cam to town. Vroton took"a downtown surface r, And he wore'a capital disguise - .-- Fat* ,h..'.verytbirlJr mapped out ."i. (

,!J, The price of 118,000 wilt b, won his tunung-in pipe, saw the ma.- H. said he represented a life insurance and Norton took the same. He sat too. Everything went well an-, like a game of chess- You moy'' a '1

by th. man woman or cnlUPVho ter lean forward suddenly, lower the company and was up here from huddled up in a corner., never suspecting til he- laid his hand on Florence's pawn and bang' coel''OUI' bishop, or .
,. I writ. the most acceptableaolu- glass, then raise it again; J i Boston to take., a little vacation. He'eat that Vroon wa*. watching him shoulder. She gave a startled cry and your knight- your king; or, *h*' ,
tloo of the mystery from 'Which "Lord s'mlghtyl""Whati 1' on' the hotel porch'' that evening, from the of his Norton to Barnes to him almost and ',-
: the lat two reel. 0'; motion pictor corner eye. ran over clinging lets you win a game than I
drama will b* mad and the the matter, Call.n, T" surrounded by an admiring audience. was not keen today. The thought of wildl)"-. checkmate you. But there I* one, 7
; laat. two chapter 'off the atory "Jake, in God'd name came 'ere an' The stranger had boen all oyer the Florence kept running through his "No, 1101"! abe said. I thing to, be said in her favor -r Il .

1, .,written. Solution by Harold may b MacOrath.* sent. to 'the I take a peek through this glas I'm world, BO It seemed. He 'spoke familiarly head. The car stopped and Vroon got' "No, what my child'" asked the i at her how, we will .she Is.alway'giving .'
Tan.) ou..r Film corporation, either dreamln'l" of St. Petersburg Vladivostok off. He led Norton a winding course sailor i odd to the Innocent' ,
}.Ft Cillcag-o_ or New York. any. The mate jumped .:and took' the ...Shanghai,, as (ha villagers-some of which at length ended at the door ofa She shook her head. Her" aversion *' e .', e

t __, up eat to bear'rnldniffht poBtoPflc,-Jan. nark, 14. glass. "Where away sir", them-might have spoken of Boston: tenement building. Vroon entered. was inexplicable. I' Mike Bannock wa In the pHothotu,, V

4 .' later than that r two old timers i Norton paused, wondering what next "Come, my dear; can't yoU sea thatIt looking over bit chart; when the look:
\r.geuallc.: .0w. weeks after the Drat somethin' white bobbin' up!" ::' among the audienie. They bad been to do now that his man had reachedhis Is. your father Braine,turned. to out.In the crow's nest sang out Twt .

eaues andT* *lir of the week.last* after Him. the re- "Yesslrl Ix>oks like some one drop- -to all these parts./ The stranger knew destination. Well, since he had the captain -"She has beers like this boat adrift off the port bow, .ir."
,--- .- last chapter I.' JObl1ebcd In this ped a bolster 'r a piller overboard. what he was taping about After Jtell- followed him all this distance he must. for a year. Heaven knowa if she'll And Bannock, who wa a- first class '

tlon paper., In which to 'ubmit 'Boiu.. .. Cod's whiskers-he! broke off. Ing of his many voyage, ha asked if make an effort' to find out who he ever be 'in her right mind again" aail )Although; a rough one. shouted '

'F;,.1. A*board -of three judges will "Then-I.ain't\ secin' things" cried there was a good bathirtg beach near. was and What he was going to do. ..dl;. "I was giving her an ocean down the' tube to the engine room.

," f determine. which of the many .olutlon the master. '"Ill .y'. lubbers!" he by: He was told that he would find Cautiously he entered the hallway. As voyage, with the kindest nurses possible The freil'htei.came to a halt in about ,

'!" able.* receiver Th I. the. most ccept-- yelled to the crew; "I wer. th.! dory. the most suitable spot near Capt. he was about to lay his hand on the and yet she jumped overboard. ten minute*. The castaway* aw

ll 4f-: ".- will b* absolute Judgment. and of final.title..Nothing board. They's a woman in th' water out there. Barnes' cottage just outside the vu- I newel post of the dilapidated stain Com. Florence." that they had been' noted, and pulled,. -

rt- : of a literary nature will beconldsre4 I seen her leap th' rail. Look alive 1 I'fe. i the floor dropped from under his feet The girl wrapped her-arms all the gallantly: at the oar*.. .

.'!dii given preference la the. decision In. the selection nor. Sharp's th' word! Mate you go 'long." "An' say. Mister, seen anything in i and he was precipitated into the cel tighter around Barnes' neck." There are some things-which science 1

of any the winner of the 110.000 The crew dropped their tasks and th' papers about a mlssin young woman lar.This An Idea came into the old sailor's 'well advanced aa it I., -cannot'explain. :t

prise. The last two reel. which for the davits and the starboard ? d some one. tenement belonged to the head. "Of course sir, y've got proof Among them I f. the shocky,', 11
rl j 1follo. most acceptable *o- sprang dory was lowered in shipshape "Missing young woman! What's Black Hundred; it concealed a thou- thet she's yer daughter?" which cut off the past' and the countershoek : I'i.

Canted In the*. will having b*! pve-thl< style.It .thatV- sand doors and,a hundred:t... ps. Its I "Proof" frame was taken aback. which reawaken.. memory., .)
feature a* soon a* It 1* practical to The man told the story of Florence's history was as dark as Its Hallways. "Yes; somethin" t' prove thet you're They may write treatise after treatise, Z
--- produce game. The story correSpendIng takes a goodbit ef seemansTiip leap into the sea "and her subsequent When Vroon and his companion her father. I !got skinned out of a and expound but they neversucceed; -.}

r" appear". to In theso the newcpaperi motion ploltimfrill ooln- to haul a body out"of the sea Into a arrIval at the cape. who had been waiting for him descended sloop once because I took a man's in truly getting .bey ond. that'-dark..

h cldentally. or a* coon after the ap dancing bobtailed dory when one moment "That's funny, said the stranger."I . into the cellar, they found the' word at its face value. Black an' wall'of-mystery* '..

j:!i rl taDtfi the last picture* a* prac willb it is climbing frantically heavenward the- don't recollect reading about any reporter Insensible. They bound blindfolded white, an' on paper, says I hereafter. At the sound of Um ,Norton' vole,, <"
the two reel
I':i shown the plctuee of the win and the next headlfor ten- young woman being lost at seaBut and gagged him quickly. ." and at the eight of his face-for ub-. l'
ner. his or her home and other. Interesting bottomless pit- They were very 'those big liners are always keeping "Saunders," said Vroon "you tell "But I never thought of such a consciously she must have been thinkM
.- feature. It !., understood der with her. They} laid her out in such things under cover. Hoodos the Corrigan that I've a sailor for him tonight thing," protested Braine, beginning to ln r of him 'all 'the while-a great '
that the far the life
r a. practical. In newspaper printingthe so act the bottom of the boat with ship they say and turns prospective and that I want this sailor lose his patience. "I can't risk send. I blinding heat-wave. seemed to bum ,
,1".:" two chapter of the itory by Harold buoy as a pillow and pulled energetically passengers to other lines. It hurts booked for somewhere south of the ing to New York for document. She across her eyes, and when the affect: ,, 4'passed

'.' MoOrath. will.&.o how a picture -. for the schooner. She was alive, business. What's the young girl look equatorTell him to say to the master Is my daughter, and you will. find it away she--was herself, agalfeA -
Pr. of the. to Successful th. mystery contestant.Solution must because she breathed; but she did not like" that this fellow Is ugly and disobedient. will not pay to take this peculiar I wild glance at her enrroandlnga- 'i

.,.; not b* more than 100 word Ion*;. stir so much as an eyelid. It was a Florence was described minutely.. A tramp freighter, whose captain stand." convinced her that both she and her, -
1 Here are some question connection to with be stiff bit of Work too to land her The stranger. teetered in his chair and is a bully. Do you understandme "In black an' whlt'r y* can't have lover were In danger. -';
t kept In mind In i
the myatery-. an aid to a solution aboard without adding to her injuries. smoked. Finally he spoke. ?" her." "Keep back" whispered Jim. "Don't
'.. : The master ordered the men to put 1 "She was probably insane. That's "I get you. But there's no need togo Braine thereupon rushed forward to recognize me" *
; N*. 1-What ke.Biee) ef the her in his own bunk where he nearly Bannock is seize Florence. Barnes Florence .
with insane people. to this swung
the way generally Corrigan trip. "They believe that IV lot my --
Mliliee.irafWbat *f th* strangled her by forcing raw brandy I They can't see water or look off a in port and sails tonight for Nor behind him. mind and 111 keep that Idea in.their

II, '..N.-.00'. _W.... ._ Wi.reaee down-Well her, she's throat.alive, anyhow!" I tall building without wanting to jump. way. That's far enough." 'I guess"shell stay here a leetle head Sometime tonight 111 find- a ,'.
.- "PrII"N. ? My business is insurance and we'vegot "Bannock The very man. Well, longer; sir- chance to talk to you.*
.. 4-Wkst ....._ .f be Re.- When Florence finally opened hereyes the thing figured pretty close to Mr. Norton reporter and amateur detective Time was vital and this obstinacy It took a good deal of caution 'maneuvering -
-' *.. _..t_? the gray of dawn lay on the sea, I fast Braine furious. He reached 1
: the ground. They used to get the best I guess we've got you made to bring' about the meeting.
tM schooners -
airectly and
connected either
Nobody dotted hen
:"' A this time. You or again for Florence. .
suicide man may d I
or Indirectly with "Ths Million which seemed to be of us on the game. enough may "They shanghaied meA
f k- t Dollar Myitery" wll be considered of the-fleet in at the momentthere would take out a large policy today not come back alive. Go and bring "Clear out o' here 'r how your thought you deadl, It.was.all wrong.It .
midair "
a* a contestant. hanging hoi-i "and tomorrow he'd blow his around a taxi; some one you can trust authority, growled Barnes. wa all wrong. It was a trick of

was visible to the eye no and we'd have to pay his wife. But I'll dope the reporter while you're "She goes with me, or you'll. regretIt. that; Perigoff woman, and it uceeedod.: ... .

con."Don't t' recognize nothin'." nowadays a policy is not worth the gone." ." Girl. thanJlfal .
-r1 .TNOPI* OP PRBVlOfja CHAPTER *eem she's fever" paper it's written on if a man commits Long hours afterward Norton open-I "All right But I guess th' law "1 know-it now," she saId; and ah* ,

'L (-.. ."..Iey n.__.... aallUraalr*. aftermtimt&mm "Mebbe the got rubbing a his bristly suggested -I suicide under two years." ed his aching eyes. He could hardly I Imove won't hurt me none. I'm in my rights. kissed him.. "Ha my .father appeared. j
r a .... eeeap tf+ mm. t..> JO .( tk. mate "You ain't tryin anybody and his head buzzed abominably. I There's the door, mister." yet?" < \. -'
.t rllllaa IaI.v.u kaeran* a* - .' aledE H_..... IlTa> th. lit. .f a r*. "F nothfn! Not; after beln inth' ,jln I town are you?" What had happened.? What was the' "I refuse to go without herl? ."No." -- ,
: .ai.a* fr .*la-a$**a rar. Hararreav ver. haff hour. Mebbe she "0"-no. No work for me when I'm meaning of this slow rise and' fall of Barnes sighed. He was on landa ,"Do yowknow.anything at all abouthlmfiadly. 4
I., -a. .....t ..t... a Broadway rwitaraat *- water an I'm to of but there was a limitto _
.' aad Sb.r. **)_ ,era t. fa.* WICk, hit one 0' them wooden floats we left. jon- my vacationWell., going his bed? Shanghaied! man peace, : ., .
.) tao ...... leeds.. a....... Them dinged liner. keep on crowdin j bed; and tomorrow morning 111 go "Come out 0' that nowymkulker1roared ; his patience. He seized Prh.Ine b* "I thought I'did. It' all a jumble
After t a >**4iaaaartau* wfclrfcaav !I beach and have shoulders and hustled him.out of of' th. who,
:: a with a to Capt. Barnes' ,a voice down the companionway. the to m*. But beware man
, ;;- ( ..Mtb.r ar.ratlr ****. *** ..tmmar. us, growled Barnes fisher-j!lout but I
He la the head of
I'm sailer house. here.
swim. the brought'
r' .< Hara-ravi barnes t. ml. aaar-- man's hate for the floating hotel. good no ., you
,. J ...._.e R1vrdai. k.e sad 1p pleeej with toot. See '..1'je" ,like water." JecU" the muTmur.d. ..- "Brin your proofs, mister, ..n'nothin' all our trouble; and If ) knew I wa
"Went by never a --- "Sh ngh reporter
,j (.r .aklahla .*tap* ...- tk. eeeatrv. t' He honestly enjoyed swimming. morall be said; but till Y' on board he'd kill me outof tandhe'd .. -
th' banker's wife''goin' and through . ,
. like i lIe sat ran '
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IS* WriteS a ltr t* the artrl* up cot "
k ,,-- i"' _..... a. Now .....,. w....... .I..t. church on Sunday? ,A mile a minute; Early the next morning he was in his pockets. Not a sou-markeeJ nota ; i bring 'em keep away from this have to.",. : ; *: ,
t' peer. -..r_. h* had BBTB ...**.., left no fog it's all the same t' the water, frolicking about as playfully -. match and a, second glance tage. .Braine offered Bannock a .thousand
"0.. .Fa a_t'_">ka* .par r' __a "t vlalt_ fog them., or They run us down an' never I as a boy. H. had all the time in told him that even the colthes he wore were 1 Andsimple minded sailor that ha dollar to turn back aa far as Boston -

. . _.... the world.. Over his shoulderhe'sawtwo : he thought this settled the mat- and a* Bannock had all the time
i *. tk. . da.. > .vll vla *r.hra stop. What th' tarnation we goin ; not his own"Thvvo landed me this was, ;
I = a..... .ad _.. .f hla baa ar- wandering down towardthe the world perl.hablt'J'Ood. .'
> to do? Sh.'I1'haff.t' stay aboard tillth' women ; time. Shanghaied What the .devil ter. '-- in carrying no
lI w ..resad. tlleF'HaiaiaT th. .haat.._ at th.atb .. hateater run.Is over." I can't afford t' yank. beach. Deeper- :went' farther am I going to dot"D' That night he'kept hi. ears open *, h* contented. But ha tvt' n

w eraa .....**. leT ta r**(. mudhook this time o'dayw"Cues out., He was a-bold swimmer.but that ..... *" for unusual sounds, but ha ,merely could quite understand what followed.1 -
Th* aa*. la <.... aatr- allll.avrhlh up my she can stand three 'r four did not prevent a sudden. and .violent ye hear mat bawled the'.trident wasted his night's rest Quite naturally He had put Florence and Braine in

_t Harvreav wee haw t. hav. mellin' oilcloth attack of And it was a.rare voice again. ha reckoned i that the stranger -tM .boat and landed them s but when '-
.. drawa that day EeCe. Tae mttmm a* day In our company, for
: about desperately
iaaaeed th* halla had !** vaartrd 'fish kerosene an' punk!fbac- piece of irony-that-the poor girl should Norton would make his attempt at night Indeed he I went down to see. If Brains had left
aad.' artaadl t* th*. ht:.a*- *f *; save the life of that scoundrel who some weaponof.. defense. He saw an he made it in broad daylight, anything behind,'be.found that mdi, 4'
-nSb.. aFI.reue.*. CO- without As she engineer's spanner on the floor by the with Barnes not a hundred yards vidual bound and in Ills bunk.To '
'. arrives fuo.. th. arlrla'eht. "If y' don't like th' kind o' t'bacco I was pity or mercy. and with no fagged
r;: Prla Otca Brala1* **Mraalea. I aint objectin saw his face a startled frown marred bunk across the way, away, calking a dory whose seam ( Continued-r.:-"
... ....... buy buy your own. small physical effort he succeeded in
f vlalt t* k* a relative. her brow. But she could not figureout had Bpranale.k.. Brain. had Florence
Tw ha-.. detectives' eall. "..Cf none. obtaining it. He stood up, his right before ,
their alet la failed br MrtB. a .cwaaer The mate stepped over to the bunkand the puzzle. Had she ever seen back. upon the chartered yacht .+# 4.ooc--:444.C.. .
C- mmmm.Br his hand over thegirl's I the man before She did not know ,hand behind his the old man realized what had hap '
4 ,, hrlblaar th* deplete *f the OrleaiNerta gingerly head. "Cod's ran whiskers. Cap'nthey's she could not tell. Why could not she "All -right, 'me buckol I I'll come pened. He never saw Florence again' J*! ,c. f. 2*. >u
' :" lara fr Brala aaa hlaraaar. -
a trap all
"A Prl.....* Ultra ala vldla the a bump as big's a cork on th j remember? Why must her poor headache down an' git ye. to but one day, months later, heread -- '
i. Orleat' eaa-tala cad eke eaally fall back o' her head! She's struck one o" |, so when she tried to pierce the A pair of enormous boots began about her in a newspaper- FORSALE,
1 ........ down companionway, and ;
( lat th* revarier 1'B pica Where's the I wall of darkness which surroundedher appear Florence fought; but she was weak .
: pravee ahrtlv 1hro 'a-h Brala* Kdieh. them floats all right. j from them a
J ar-I' there gradually rose up Brainewas
: I cad salT hlrellaara fall lal. th* nicat" I mentally L-' and so the conquest was easy.
_, man as wide as a cnurcn aoor aim as that he had her
.ltk. her but kind
. .I kaa pallee. For three days Florence evinced not; The man thanked feebly enough now
I After falllmatkelr Bret attempt, inclination to leave the the gratitude was on his lips and not deep as a well. safe. He talked to her but she merely -
.... "
the Blaek: Hmmmrfm trap Kler They the slightest said Norton,
I,, i'1'; ask: her for ....J', bat mmm .-..... bunk. She lay on her back either\ in his heart. When he had sufficiently "Walt a moment, have stared at the receding coait.
.,,; ', ...!. flllwr theaa.JVertea .. with her staring at the recovered he returned to the village gripping the spanner. "Let us "All right; don't talk if you don't
'//if cad the .......* rail .. Klorthe asleep or eyes I station, where a perfect understandingright off the Here" to of the-
,< beams above her head. She ate just and sought the railway want to. one men,
vext afe
daT. oar at
.' r ..._ Th. vleKnra ".vl.. ..... .IIu... enough to keep her alive; and the the Western Union had its office. b.t. "take her to the cabin and keep her I House otiS room : ?
i .'. ........* a aertlea .f ._rl..:. mi-a trmwmrarltr black coffee did nothing more "I want to send a code message to "We're goln' t' have it, matey. Don'tye there. But don't you touch her. I'll furnished eleaa'bt.1
J tafcra a box. Pur u..l br strong 1 follow none." ly ,
.......... of the Black: headerS heraehe than to make her'wakeful. No one my firm. Do you think you. can worry dizzy break you if you do. Put her In the
I t. th* water (.... cad .....*.41. knew what the matter was. There it?" Norton raised the spanner and, I cab and guard the door; at least good atreet, in aight : '
1 : I. arapplaa-. the .... lute the said the as he was, faced: this seafaring Hercules "
see.Bi but "I operator. it.
diminished caw try on
was the- bump now ; I keep: an eye block from the ,
.... .* ......... the idea .f ftjrlmmm courageously."I've pot; one
raehlaapartr t* whlrh rlorrar* I* that it should leave her in this coma The cede was really Slav; and when Even tbe temporarily demented are ,
,:;. 51".1.1 iBTltrd.. .II.... cad N...... both *ro tose state vastly puzzled the men. the long message was signed it was been shanghaied, "you not without a species of cunning. f main streets of one of the '
, .. .!..S avd are fortaatately oa kMad t* :The truth is she had suffered a slight I signed by the name Vroon-- know it. Where" are we Florence had never seen Braine till beat cities in Florida. For
....... I. 1 ... .... concussion of the brain, and this, atop after the that he appeared at the 'Barnes eottage. ,
.' the co ry t whleh ah The day news came month more you'll i
for or
; "Well. a particular
..-1' 1.J .-. of all the worry she had had for the'I had overboard off Yet she revolted at the touch'of his'and ,
I ...1_.... _!_. hraetuM-k rldlair .... weeks sufficient to cause orence Jumped beat me up whenever the opportunityoffers. ; hated him with a violence which '
few was
p 1) tm captured hr ... "* Ural**** mea last the Banks Vroon with a dozen othermen But I merely wish to warn I.;
* I I alaaath. .........le. N....*. rearve her. thin blankness of the mind. I I had started out to comb all the I' If do you'll find a heapof would have stirred the scientific Interest 'Ihurt Ask
.... and I'I'I you that you of alienist. She wanted to' .
They are ratted "uw. aad the The final cod was cleaned pacloed -j fishing villages along the New Eng- an
the ivext
i *alr cake their rvaialel tmrmpr ..1, raised I trouble waiting for you him torture him beat him down
in the mudhook ,
\ after N....... h.. rxldrde, a tire *. away salt i' land coast. Somewhere along the 'Way time drop mudhook in North Mrs. Summers
', .h* taut ap......-hl.* .....!.* with a and the schooner Betty set her sails ,I I h* felt confident that he would learn lOU your and trample on him. But as this was ,
!' \.... ...n.......-....* 0..-.. _......* ta break: theaaaaraarat : for the southwest.the girl Barne she must realized havea I whether the girl was dead or alive. "Is that so?" said the giant, eyeing ftsmadk I 608 .PenficU street (Lake '
Cunt Old Other Woa't
that save Sons Cm.
I If she was dead then the game wasa and the shaking hand
cow the View Cottage) South Kissim-
;\ r* Ilanrrvar ;.-.C: **. La- I doctor who knew his business. Mrs. I draw; but if she was alive there was that spanner held it aloft. The wont CMC,no nutttelof bow lout UDdla>. :. ,
i .Tile* then balk t* her m+mrtmmr-mt* Barnes would know how to care for chance for the Black on cured t>7 th. wonderful, aid reliable DC 1 mee.
1 '. Vpr*<*Bda t. ,.a.. la th* ......rt...'. .r.1 she knew what the trouble -I still a fighting "It IsI'll take your orders and do Porter'. Antiseptic Heillng Oil. It relieve .
I ..'......... mmm. .mrm .. the dorwar the girl, once .Hundred. lie had had some idea of the best I can because you have' got end Heals *t ahe MBM Urn*. 55*.Me tics ....t..o..o.' .. .
; < ', at th* ......... .*...t. mm* .. rrltjrlvea was. There would be some news remaining in the village and accomplishing hand. But God is witness .
I ';-, ."- N..... hark .... ..... I I in the papers. A young: and beautiful the work himself but after the upper needless :: .- -- .
; f' \ Aeeva-iplle. .f Hrala succeed I. kldi' did not from a big Atlantic youl) pay for every --
jump it -
woman concluded was
ri tapplaa'. Flrcai. while .... tm ahapalaiaiA deliberation blow you strike. Now what do you -
:' &*.* '... harry her mil tm a... N..,... rei liner without the newspapers important enough for Braine himself want to do?"
''I'l 'ee4ye m rlrl_' at.. ..t....... hlairthat getting hold of the facts. I to take a hand in. _So the following me down that an' come
"Lay spanner .
I4 '' th arlrl bad leaped late th. A fair wind carried the Betty Intoher
' sea night he departed for Boston, nom Summer Excursion Rate.s
to do.
Ion deck I'll tell
4 I ... ka dr.waad.Copyright:1ltByHaro1d. haven: and shortly after Florence ( there to New York.lie proceeded : ye th' II
was goin t' whale daylights
k was sleeping peacefully in a featherbed the of the princess -
I to
at apartment
:: MacGrath) once I 0' but you're soroethlarav a man.
the ye;
but I
it is none
ancient true where Brains declared that he "
T/L th' first.
c' CHAPTER less soft and inviting. In all this himself would go to the obscure v l-,. Drop Norton spanner hesitated. As lithe as a tiger - .VIA- : -

.7 r' The Past a Blank. time she had not spoken a single I lage and claim Florence as his own the bulk of a man sprang at him

.. ,! v. It!was perfectly true that Florence word" murmuredthe I child. But to insure absolute success and crushed him to the floor wrenchIng Atlantic Coast Line
i'; bad cast Mrself into the sea. It had The poor young. thing!I" I they would charter Morse's yacht and away the spanner. Then the giant -

( .' 'not been an act of despair however. motherly Mrs Barnes. "What I steam right up into the primitive har took Norton by the scruff of his -

..-, k. .prompted On the contrary her to, hope leap.,and The courage night wa had .would beautiful give haiti; up the 0,sea.John, ,I I hate wish It ;I I bor.When Vroon left the apartment neck the deck.I and. banged him up the steps to (SUadarJ Railroad af. tie S.atb.flOXiS3IMMEE .) .', -

Iu< "I.. clear, with,only moderate sea running .. in terrible. I am always watching you in I Norton aw him. He was a man ofIImpulses. ain't goto1 t' 'hurt ye. I had t' -- -. '
In calm weather -
, At the time the greatchip in my mind' eye, --
t -found
: -of"WI'eeUcom and ha. bad -by-e- how 'yv-thatnospannerevsi'both; ;- ,

--wspaseintheBsnkr"ndtrnost, i she fishing schooner ashore.tormsrPiecea and I always wonder over.the perience that first impulse ar* generally ered Mike Bannock., Now, d'y..knowwb.t $39.25 Cincinnati, Ohio. $21.10, Marietta.- Ca. ," .
4 ..i within hail aw a ; ". the best. H. did not know who a eook'a valley 1a 1" '
I i' "11,; 'riding gracefully at/anchor fihe. quite death ,and terror back bf ;them. Vroon wa*. Any man,who called on "I do said.Norton breathing. hard.W $49.76'Chicago, Ill.41.25N.wY.rkN' j. Y.
'R I' ,.;; readily: believed that if ahe remained I: -"Dont y* worry none about me, Bet- : the Princes Perigoff while ..Brain "Well, '1 hike there an' start in.with S84.M. Denver, Col. ,$41. 5-PblJi4.lphIaPa.-, I

.if. on board the George .Washington aha trI never take no chance Now, with her would.. worth.tollow-: :. an.don't $3&90, EvaJkavilla,''IndV $44.00,', St. LouiMo, -

ll, '.. .was iloat..l 'She.:naturally'forgot'the I m gotaVtaf, th' 'Tfflaga. an' bring 1n wa' o I I I naSnw.-.That'Il" be all for, th.-i>reent. $ T.'li, LonUville, Ky. .,LTh. .Sao FrancUco,:,.CaL, .rf'f:\ a., .

.: ", marvel.of.-. wireless .. jdue Jorra"
' .. ;:;:;' were ;; kkstsS.UDaIb'. Lraut
..-. .x. ?r** > IY. ; * -
*- ; -,
':longer *J'alDUlhi his the ,reporter itJat DtI,. and with that I like yer punlt'V ;.. : .'" 4' ..
t.Sol with. that quick thoughtwhich The'yilWa'docKr'.ahook: ever-ready and alert,mind of,hi* set So Jim stumbled down."to th. eaok' i<4 ; \,
1 I
l4', -'wa.;:' a.. part of: her'inheritance, .he ned.. bead hess gravely.6b.'w ban.- MWc'te: I!"at.rt.: .... brat totarethe 'younr maninto at' galley; and] grimly, >'W01'k.. at the ; ( ;Siixip :6VERS: l> .oWEQr; : *
4 life Climbed the rail -
masised the Iuo7, trap out ,!f. whlch>* ,jnight not .ss. petatonn lght..fcaY: been;'Iu ..i
't, ..and""leaped f.;'ewt"Aa.the ir-at.darktosiing .&ms.'tI..ArJt- will be ridtojher marydayshefore : elf. ," I[ won*..But here,ha ...*, likely to be 'Fikf.n.sHi' urni iMiiiitlM. .*. Jaf4e1: ':'* % .
ad' to.ntaat bar >he"-toraeirftro: ; Norton'deeldeJto .
O > hla 'man.H '
eaJwo rp .
.1 i follow :on tb.'high e. for month* and Dell .,jI, .' .'
i, eb.. ot.41. block of wood hebbiae$ upaad Just -t a* *be p1easOnIj.keep : l'. 1j CA. eJ.1IeIOT:; iiesiT. "' li*.. "i.
wild !
; : heraa that ah* dose-;; might be going on a rgeoa way ofwrtifyTajf lease w*** .... .... '_ ** ,....
0 ;. it llowna. She tried to014 it but >> WUJ'e"e on l ''
be raaaoned hla first inv i \
;: ret waad off aid *et Io.t.-,rU Watcfl, chaaa, ;.atlH 1'/The ooBeak wa. anything bat; .1.' C,:F.1ULM Jp". jI; .: :: r tz.'r;
/*'* could; not,; t*M atruck It; head on. .Dolepiuj ; r; i pnteM' had hithertoaerved him .waitHe 'cb rfaL-Z Bat Jt; hop aweka ,, ':
fr . the.blow sad.tha.ahodr-of. the Ui,If4 came eu looked, careworn. He-wa. .:,cnviaead .... la bi.h.i.t"th.ywsre vagtM atm after :rIa.- .-....::p..' _. ..-.. ..J r'f'''.
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I- 'cIaW WM5f.' aha' r 'lnc __! ; 14-! ..' ,that. Floraaca,was dead, ilaeplte'; MM,i3f* .U not elpIfJ' tha' Flaf -:: ... .J- - _; -,. -''j--: :: ili :e -
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Notes .. .. . 0\ -
;Society : (.U UOOUO.OOtOtOOOOOUU- a Sheriff L. IL .Ingram returned last 'Mr. and Mrs. A..V. Smith'of Mad-
night from Fort.Pierce, bringing with Lon Neb.; are spending a few day
Mr..' ,Joe Harvey- arrived him Dave ''McCloud .
Thursdayafter Virgil Devaneand In Kissimmee.. They are making an
.1 ,(Hattie .Belle:Harria.. Editor.) an absence of several month. in Wright Devane, who with Dave automobile trip ,over the entire state
Georgia 'and Wet Virginia. McCloud are charged with booting demonstrating Safldbo Starter-
: ': Mr. Hilliard and Mia Irene-visitedat up Peter Raulenon' sawmill in the They tame to Jacksonville ,by rail,'
-I, Revest it made to all patroai of At Valley Gazette to nod hem" the C M. Smith home' Thursday. tower' portion of.this county last Fri- where Mr. Smith purchased an automobile .. 1fl ky.

1 I of;;:miety tvenU to:tli. Editor for publication,u then colonial There was a good attendance at theguessing day night. and since that time they have
\ social Friday night at the Mr. Raulenon was In "the city last made the trip in their machine to Mi
,. school house. Mrs. Wetherbee, aa: Monday, when he. secured warrants ami' and the lower east coast. From r
. _ _'_ c _ _ _ i
" chairman of the social '
.. . I., I I I I II IIII I I' III Mill II I I II I I I I I II committee, generously i for these parties from Justice of the Kissimmee they will go a* far south :r fir
111 volunteered to take charge of' Peace S. H, Bullock and McCloud had as Fort Myer and thence back /
;: .' ..,_ Birthday Party. Graves, Laurence Griffin and,' Leon and prepare the program ao the other already been, arrested And brought the west coast to Pensacola thence up -
Master Euttl Peak entertained a Este)'. mlembers of the committee could enjoy -1 here by Deputy Walker of Bassen- across the northern part of the state -
:?Ijrge; number of hU friend Friday af- the evening. A prize, a large box irer and lodged in jail The other parties to Jacksonville, and from there down
>n at the home ef his parents on Pherr o-Price.Kissimmee of candy, watt given by Mrs. Wether- live in St. Ldcie county' and were to. Walton, in St. Lucie county where
in street\tn honor of his seventh friends will be interest bee. The "wise" one were Bessie arrested and held for Sheriff Ingram they will spend the winter. Mr. and
a y.' ..The little folks enjoyed ed In the following account of the and Blanche Lawson Ruth HArvey, at Fort Pierce.It Mrs. Smith are delighted with Flor
met on the lawn, after which re- marriage of Mr. E. L. Pherigo, taken Mrs. Funk Nellie Wetherbee, and Ev- is alleged that Mr. Raulersonhad ida and to make their
I -
hment of ice cream, cake and from the Miami Metropolis: erett Smith. Over four dollar were discharbed one of these men, who home expect somewhere in the permanent state. oo ,
'.nuts were served I Miss Dorothy Price, granddaughterof ; placed in the C. E. treasury at the was working at his.mill,.and he
....y. Theatre Mr. and Mrs. Henry Price of The close of the program. Someone proposed I tided on revenjre. Securing the de-I
,!. Part,. 1 i Marion and f;. L- Pherigo of West "three cheers" for Mrs. Weth sistance of the he went to the : 1t
-. Mr*. 'E. S. Beeland entertained Palm Beach wefe married in West erbee, which was responded to most mill a portion othersr ch was used as I
'Tuesday; evening with a theatre party Pajm Beach at six o'clock Monday heartily., sleeping quarters for the workmen, Let Me Fix Up
ta honor of Mrs Horace evening after a mad search about Mitses' Evelyn Smith, Blanche Law- and riddled it with bulets. Over sixty fr >w wr
Lakeland. They enjoyed the pictured/ the county for a license. Owing to ion and Mr. Everett Smith went to shots were fired into the rooms where I
>atthi Casino after which the resignation of Judge R B.Gautier. Kio,fmmee Saturday night. four white men and two negroes were Your Place thisSummer
i!1o the.Palace for Miami is for the time being Mrs. Gatlin returned from Orlando sleeping, only one of which took effect I
1rt the party were M r.. Horace without a" county judge and in consequence last Monday, where she has been vis- a negro being slightly woundedin
tUtler!I ; Sam Ragsdale, Mrs. OOd'j no marriage licenses can be' itlng for several days. the ankle. "

{r Mr. Homes Prather, issued. Mr. Pherigo came down to I'' Mr. Mooney came down from Or The prisoners are now in jail and $
ackson.. Miami Saturday- to claim his bride. lando Sunday and visited. at the G will be given a preliminary hearing in !
-a1' and discovered this fact. The wedding I 0._ Lawson hn...... a few days.
.y, Tennis Part). was planned as a surprise and Mr.. and; MiJ>K. llilliard and son, ,,
"i Mr.+Will Mason Tiller entertained Mr. Jim called the Wetherbee families ,
following Phengo's fruitless ef. on -
t Monday afternoon at his home on forts to obtain a license, complication Sunday.Mr. I Your
+, Beaumont,' avenue with a tennis party. set in. Leon Gatlni visited home folks toes Stomach I ---j.- toOne Person

'Delicious". refreshments of punch and The young couple secured a car Saturday and Sunday. ? ,_ 1 to convert ,
.,eandy" were served. Those who en and went up to West Palm Beach Miss Lessie Haye was in Kissim Trouble you ..
afternoon were MissesVLannTThomas yesterday afternoon, wiring for alI mee several days last week taking any area of land within a
Roxie Irving, Lilian enlle. The mother's permissionwas the teachers' examination. Her schoolat Mayr'g Wonderful Stomach Remedy
.:died Prentis, Orpha .Roe! Helen Bass, Mil necessary however and after Whittier begins next Monday I Is Successfully Taken in Cases reasonable distance of Kisaimmee Have you ever followed a mystery .

Harris Winn, Mary Tiller, Mattie Belle some delay Mrq. Price's consent was Miss Uowell of Orlando visited Miss of Stomach, Liver and Intestinal no matter how conclusion? Have '.
; and Messrs. Howard SUhton, given. Bessie Lawson last week. Miss Bes j to its

.Earl Cowger, Wadley Parker Nathan The ceremony was performed by sie's school begins Monday, September I Ailments. Si'' rough or neglected: into a
ryan. Edward Newton, and Arthur.rrell. y u'er ferreted 'out a great J
Rev. Burnham at the Methodist And One Do.. Hap Often DI.petled
:. parsonage and was witnessed byimmediate 21.Mr.. Lloyd Harvey spent Sunday at {, y.a of ufring productive and remunerative If
-- crime all by yourself? ,,
you '
relatives and a number nf home condition. ,, _.
A' Sewing Party.
The Earnest Workers Sewing Club friend.. The bride is one of the most WYRSTr have not then you ought to realize
,the attractive young women who have MR. AND MRS. J. McPHATTER I
Presbyterian church held
an ever visited in this city, and Mr. Pher CAROLINA' right that all criminals ,
day session at the Presbyterian BACK FROM NORTH j \ Wonderful now
:last Friday. Each member igo is a young business man of much re.1' ,I
lunch and at promise. He is connected with the Mr and Mrs. John McPhatter try to cover their trails, and clever -
; ". .in picnic fashion noon under it was the Alcazar Electric company of West turned last Friday night from North ':| t\: tolnachRemedy Estimate and Plan i

:' ....... Those Misses Palm Beach, where the young couple Carolina where they were entertained criminals such a* the members -
present were will make their home. relatives in Hickory and also : J
hy enjoyed will F urni.he'dHAlf.
.Witbera Celeste Mosley change .
poon visits to Asheville and Hender | of the "Black Hundred" in ......
Perdeu ,
Lucy .
j; Lupfer, Margaret -
,., Mildred Laddie, Dot Makinon sonville Mrs. McPhatte.j spent the that .t

,::Evelyn. Cooper Hensley, Margaret, Thelma Kenton.Hensley-, I'' GERMANY HALTS Mr.summer McPhatter in the was Land with of the her Sky the last! Long Face! \\ W. LawThe the Million Dollar Mystery, succeed ,""
two weeks of the visit. They It takes a great-the very '.
I \ ADVANCE OF fine time but are glad to be home )
I4q_ :!; Sewing; Club Entertained. again.a I I lI&7I"e Wdert.l Btem..1t Remedy Developer of Modern Model greatest detective to point the '<
Miss Margerie Belle Bearden enter One of the most interesting eventsof I really be termed a wonderful remedy and the Farm

the afternoon young at ladies'her home sewing on ( from Page One.) the visit in Hickory was the mar- chronic benefit*.care that it of pvei Stomach in Trouble many of hap e.p'J: Box 145. way and we have him in the .',I
of niece Miss Mary Campbell it. fame from end of '
stret in honor of her house nat and from the eastern district of riage a one the country to the =----. of
to Mr. Henry Hunt of Grensboro, N. ther. No matter where you Ih'you wdl person
.",.Miss Eleanor Van Duzor of Or I Slavonia.The find people who hire. Buffered with Stomarb, mam Kissimmee, Fla.
I C followed by a big reception for the _.....
Delicious refreshments of Servians however, heretofore UTCT Md 1. Allanmta* etc, and hare
aher-. have shown a marked capacity for reappearing > wedding guests and relatives.Mr. been restored to health and are loud in that -
and cake were served. Those presnt McPhatter he found a praise of tale .remedy. There ii not a day Wm." J. Burns
.were Misses Eleanor Van Duzor, in the same or better positions i- says but what one bears of the wonderful reaulta .ooo oo ooo.oo ocooooo "t"1,,1,1His
of who
number people
uth':'-Butler, Louise Clark Lucy after these defeats They now great were obtained from this remedy and the brnentt
claim they are bombarding the Hun- eager to know about Florida and that are entirely .natural ai it acta on the ..omraand :M. TILLER
Grace Nelson Maorine .
n, he time foundation of their ailmenta. removing articles I in Movie Pictorial, .
spent a busy trying to .
) Kathleen Bearden, Ruby Ellis, garian town of Orsova.Germans very the poiaononi catarrh and bile ....rello".. take
give them the information they de- ins out the inflanation from the intestmaJtract Real Estate
Alma Vir- Agency.
Grifin the National Movie have
sired. A number of the people he ..nd aaaiat .rendering the name ami- Weekly ;gt

Tillr. and -Mr......-Crowfard. ClaimTo ame in contact with will probablybe which aeptic.alone Sufferera should ara relieTCTOur urged to try anfferlag one doae andconvince ..** attracted the widest attention. ; :
the winter visitors in Kis- .
t Aldermaa-Cromartie.. among you that Mayas Wonderful BIMBO' **
/ simmee and are already considering Ke 447 should reatora you to rood health Realty bought and sold. &
:. .A*pretW trot I quiet, wedding was Have Taken investment in this aection of the state.Clearwater. revelation Put it to a teat today and_.tha results will be a Houses rented. and unless you have these help, F > /
Wednesday to you you will rejoice over
1 aolemntxed! at 8:80 o'clock .
.1 v.when Rev..Chisholm united in marriage 218,000 AlliesLondon .-J. W. Williamson i* Joya;your of quick recovery once booklet again on know Stomach the Taxes paid and Titles ver- published every week, how can .' k i
Mia .Annie Lee Cromartle and i having plans prepared by Lester Avery . : r, Mt,. Chemial. 156 ified for nonresidents.Fire .
% Whiting St., Chicago or better pill. obtain a you expect to win that $10.000 ,1
','? Mr. Arthur- Cleveland Alderman at Clearwater, for apartment house, bottle Ifatm, your druuiac Life and Accident In-
the borne of the bride' parents, Mr. England.-A dispatch to 12.suites. surance.
and Mra.. P.-G. Cromartie, at ShingleCieeok. the Observer from Amsterdam states e e e For Sale in Kissimmee by .Indemnity Bonds prize? Mr. Burn articles started
,. Miss Cromartie ia the youn that the German government baa published Tampa-W. Lesley Brown will ,
the numbers of of and house J.. Z. ROBERSONAnd July 4th. but we have ar-
daUghter of Mr. and Mr. P. G.narue prisoner war erect store apartment ftt
and has c. boat of friend in taken up to September 11 aa follow: ,Jackson street and Florida avenue. Druggists Everywhere ALL '
he hat
ranged to give
city who will wish for them much "British, 160 officer, 7,360 men; you ",*

....... v '. French 11,680 officers, 86,700 men; written Clue the Solutionof
l. : Russian 660 officer Belgian ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. on to
..Alderman ia a young businessman 81,400 men; -:
_'. of,Orange county.Mr. *, 244 officers, 80,260 men. We gfrimal ewe the very * yew fret 100 per cat otaeimaeT enat .! 'S." BULLOCK .
'c .:and Mrs. AVerman left on the The )prisoner include eighteen every.w... Oeir llaM let act eweurtl end WILL NOT RKLKABB TUB AMMONIA t. '
f lJt train for northern points in general, two being French, fifteen wkJek .. tM meerteJia ..mmmtitr W -t forUllawi. We> aammfaetaurei u_ terAgrfe.ltwral
B e>.ly, ..a gaara.t.e 7Ud.etS..a. Ask fev a Ire. -
oridA.tor a few days' stay, after Russian and one Belgian. saaele. "" It = REAL ESTATE The Million

:.',;Which they will return and be at home BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, .\\\a\\\\a\\\\\\\\\. ..

o 'to I that?.friend. in this city.. DEPT. "C" OCALA. FLORIDA. INSURANCEExamination Dollar MysteryThis
r' In.: i ,
I Honor of Min Van Duzor. I| .

} Mrs..F. J. Van Duzor entertained I i of Titles a arrangement meant that

/, \Monday at six: o'clock dinner in honor AT BAYLondon FREE of cost, as soon a* you accept ,
_ '''si;:(I .pf bar cousin Miss Eleanor Van Du- CARSON: :FAr/IEi: :: Specialty. this extraordinary offer, you
,'vmor: of Orlando. Those present were
; INf:: VRANCESuccessor : : ,
4 will receive reprints of all Burns
..I' Mr*.>. M.' '! the Misses Eleanor :, Sept. 17.-Along a ninety- Corresoondence l
:. Van Dover' hhsrjorie Bell Beardep, 'mile front the German armies are at Solicited. articles to date, as well as Movie
the Dozier Leitner
.. fyPhyUIa'Jarrell,.Virginia Tiller and bay, and the allies occupy a ledge to Agency Pictorial for the next six months26

.,..lienora,Van..pvzor.After dinner Mrs. : across the river Alone, which waa won State Bank Building consecutive weekly issues 1 '
"Van Duior sk -Mrs. Tiller to ac. I after one of the most spectacular river ,
company the young ladies to the Ca- (II crossing ever made by-an attacking and McCall' Magazine for one
bino, aa their chaprone; they still beIna' force under fire. ,, .. .. .. - C.W.GRIFFINStaple year.
Mra. Van Dusor guests. Mrs. I i For tho past two day there have
t. 'Tiller graciously chaperoned the party ':been sporadic attack from both sides

'Ii''and; :; after'. the show accompanied the t along this line; but, according to admissions and Fancy
'f"" girl borne-- She returned to Mr*. Van from the rival headquarters, M CALLS MAGAZINE .J
0 Duzor'a home.and }laughingly reported they have not produced any definite D. G. WflCHER IPROKCE cENcY.... :
'I .. ;
oi ; her charge safe at home and received results. Both sides have Buffered GROCERIESFree ; 1
",' ."hearty thanks flf the hostess of I enormously, and the present pause .
thuy.enlna'. r"t.'l' undoubtedly is being used to bring up Successor to Arthur E. Donefan Agency I

'<+f 'The young:.ladU thoroughly enJoyedtthe reinforcements and supplies. Room No.9' Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone, 246 rrd
1. Something of the horors of modern -
: T Delivery to all Parts
., .. I warfare! is indicated by the hesitancy
rJh 1 > JrUtJlCla,' Party. I with which the authorities discuss the General Insurance Business, repreaentla: the strongest and most of the City
,pretty-x'children's party of the ,.terrible losses marking the progress .
c was that arranged Thursday by of the armies from the Mam to the Reliable companies.
;r1r.P E. L. Leslie in honor ofthe Aisne. The /stories are told with great .
Tor. : Irhtb birthday of.her daughter Vir-+I restraint, but with enough gruesome We will continue the Business of the Arthur E. Donegaa Agency - -

, .1'.'. of the honoree were Invited in shudder. .. i I: r
for.the hour from 4 to .6 in the af- r--==-'.= = -=_ -

: "noon,,,ana, spent-the time merrily, I Tai CRAYTC1\ E At
t iiJjg I game on the lawn. Mrs. Leai : :. = !

,.i _red ;dellcjoaa refreshments of FLORIDA AND WESTERN. tl
and cake randy. nut and fruit OPEI All TNI till
mall tabiea .attractively decor. Ib
red and white, i New and second-hand aotomo(1000 -
;: bllee for -
trom ilo
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feature of the affair at Graratoll.: Garage
'/ i cutting of the birthday cake.. do: Bazaar.I. .
Geraldine. Johnson found the Meats? IN \ W. TNURH1R. Prsp. R.D. WRTEI. Hp

in her slice of the cake, Dor- t I Accept This

tMmblr Wells drew,' the ring and Ju- STOCK.J"LA1'fERS

'': tile i fme., f e RE''WS STEAM.FEEDS .....e.e. .... ..e. Offer Today

:': e-Mildred Wlnn and Laura. O'BRYANATTORNEY -
entertained laat..Frida .0j ,
j : t the home of Dr- and Mrs W.. We carry; the Finest- Cut ..t. 40 ke SAWMILLS AT LAWSPECIALIZING Valley Gazette will be Emailed

"on Orlando avenue. As the and the City. .BOILERS, up .. 40 _. Llalat ....Hrevy. at your home weekly at +
: MMsaar arrived they were served with' Fresh Poultry and Egg, Fresh $W'D17ft 4C l'f'Y"tcYORS aa.A CAIr\'EYORa IN the regular rate of $150-a-year' ,"
'. ) and:wafers, little'Misses Mar.nt'ud .11apoat Home Cured Meats.Fiat'Clasa., GASOLINE Z1'fGIl'iiE.' STIllAIII FEEDS' -and you will receive Movie

aM .. ; Helen", Winn'prealding at LATH MILLS STATE ABSTRACTAND Pictorial for .
.,,": Si. pouch bowL-; guessing contest Meat at Rock Bottom figure la,;; ( six months-26 con: .
i. mwT played Jn which Mlaa Orpha Ross our policy. ..Com. in and try Di:1PARLOR !t Drs/TON. .SAWS secutive weekly number, plus all

won . box,'of correspondence card> ,..-.. ':elf t( aAWIT.: fee .n..kee saws'" TITLE WORK back Burns: article, and McCalT.., '
.;Swat of the evening "Progrea- 4 sArriNo :: i. ,POLLETO BournMELTi1O4 STATS BANK MLDO. Monthly Magazine'for one ye&'Y' '

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ft.. iMT. 'SEPTEMBER is, 181& __u,. THE. KISS1MMEE: VALLEY' GAZETTE... _': .. PAGE 7.. ,

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;KISSIMMEE- VALLEY GAZETTE I t ,Ellis 'Elizabeth Carson returned : th.n'. 'where'.o1a'are caught napping. bring.tbi tourists hire and keep them.
; THE "
""') Wednesday from.Ian: automobile trip CITY SHOULD HAVEISOOJOuRISTS The tourist is' a wide-awabbelnt. here. ,
w; : (TelepboDe Na 1)) 1 .My experience: the hotel line ha ..
through. Georgia, with friends.' He i. out to see things.. ,H. is out to } *
Published Every..Friday.By 'j I I '' For Young FolksIntelligent spend money- He I. out for the love perhaps given me a keener knowledgea
j George Mann and J. J. .Whidden* of travel. He is not a dormant being to what it takes to bring inpeople "a
W. B. leReue.Weather :who' own large cattle interests in this and cannot aft around all day and and keep'them contented-than, many ,

..,. . .. county, were in the city Wednesday. hew his cud. Be must go' somewhere. of you who, have not had, that-exper-
j Peas 'of a (Continued,from Page One.) H. muaJ;, give his children exercise ince1 have been through. the mill,, Jo
Mrs. C. H. Ester, who has been visiting and filled a town full on two differ
Canadian eat the tourist You say "What shall Us wife'is a tourist and she must join ,
Sledge O.g.r '
Report;: j j5S5355S2ESS relatives and friends in Canadafor we do' where shall we begin f tAt 'in all that's going and keep things ent occasions,. and with not half the ;
home Sun Inducement to 'offerthat have
three months, returned me tell. you. going. He will pay the bill and never we
SE53S2352JI3! 5S3S BiI 5 I day. *: here.This fund w*' want to use In
> i 4 i kick and the will all be left
at Old Dock. money
,,,. .
out'thebanda' Uttle
' f' helping ,getting
'Following are the daily tern- , Rev Father Fox will any'mass Sun- "- '- Pegin at the end of the old dock In town., We have got fine' churches our boats at one, temporary pavilion

peratures and precipitation as day,.,,Sept. 20, at,: 10 A. M. If any \ ; until we can get a' new,one.;. Don't and excellent ministers., Use our.f some and helping out:such things %m
reported by the Government other services it will be .announced boulevard the lake front. Begin musiciansFill up the empty seats fall behind a little. $1,500 Will be;
mass -. now, in ten day. put a temporary Get acquainted. Know one another, ample! 'to do ,it and th... money will
..i station at Kissimmee for the pavilion there; put twenty-five seats Extend the warm glad hand, and when be judiciously expended under the supervision ..-
week ending Sept. J7, 1914.Max.Min.Rain., Mrs E. Caroll of Tampa spent a here';.put a food wide pair of, steps your collections are taken up in the >> of good men and vouchers
: few days in the' city recently, theguest churches, the tourist has surprisedyou .
down to the ships so a' person taken dollar spent A committee ..
4} of her brother B. C. Dusen-. all for every
does not have to skin their shins every beyond expectations. of three1 cart attend 'to this

r ,,:v $ Friday -"--?.? 97 70 I berry I. time they rat on. or off a boat;"put a IUOO Will Do It. work, and )ft will be done economicallyand
"'; Saturday __u__ 97 66 Public kindergarten now 'open' in J.. ,1: mull 10x10 boat office on the pavilion ', rapidly. Let's get all readiness
I I\ 96 71 I-Mrs. Sears' building on Main street ; get eight or ten or.twely. light, Now, after all' this you exclaim: and then, I, will show you how to bring
'. 'Sunday r-u-- Hours 8:30 to 12. Tuition; $1.00 per ubitantial.row boats? penty) of fi hng "How are we eoln&, .to do'.all this them in. We must not stand*back'and
', ___ 95 67
. f Monday u. month, 39-It-pd ; Tuesday ___ .. 8$ 69 .. .'. to theM, keep them clean, rent itout one sea.on.It Yes, it will wait:bul-act, and,act now. Call ,ourselves
: :
Wednesdayt: 80 70 I E. L. Johnson of the Osceola his Bicycle ,of s -,, ,_' '' t them a cheap rate keep them take $1,600; just a temporary loan for the allies and capture ,the army

,' : '- Thursday __u_ 92 67LiiiinniiiiiiMiiif. neBs4gain shop, is able after tq be"at two'weeks'place ae. t.-< going;", furnish live bait for the fish- I the benefit of ourselves and our town. of' tourlstI. ,Don't let' them scatter,, v

.' '.4' '" : ermen. Have a good' launch alwaysat How are we going to raise itT I Round them up, brand them:"Klsslmmee -!* J.
'J t ..........00..0 lID 00 00.'I'i' rious illness- < hand (and there is one here that will tell you how, and we will do ,it them all the good thingswe
, I Among the out of state people registered :\J'. will carry 40)); give ran on quipk. We want one dollar each from feed on
w i ; at the Manhattan this week } '. the'lake every two hours whether you evwry man and'town; every raise here. Send them home'singing -,
M' y k I were GC.. Campfield and H. H. Cook ".., "' have tine or forty; run on a schedule clerk, every business man, every ear.. :praise of'Kiulmmee and all an ,

cAL FIELD. I I'V" j of Rockford, Ill. . daily and keep'it !going. Have a dozen /enter, every brick layer, every dray come back another,yean .-

7& has returned from amonth's (j addle ponies handy for the children. :, man; in fact, everybody one dollar- "
s >i.i 4t """"' '''i' Ti! J. D. treble your seats in the park; use the 1 one whole dollar. Who is there today '
; .
r '-- in the North, which Included '
;- 11111111111111n- \i. 11 4 I stops trip in Chicago, Minneapolis, :.. band three times a week in the bandstand ,'. that has any pride, any interest or cjapH ESTER.s PilLS
ball in motion, '
; put your any regard for Ki.slmmeeand its Tnc aaaa
altMena ate
---"W.: H. Brokaw, with Griffin anlf nta. .. *or three months. Confer with other growth that will not give one dollar (. --...I -.---. t
Brothers the tree people. (0tfi Mrs. Horace* %4alLand son John teams. Get one of the_excursion motors towards a wide-awake, up-to-date, fill to ... W.M _Ito W
in Jr., of Lakeland, haveT3* n visiting that carries 12 or 15 (and there's lively Kissimmee One dollar each -
R. A. Knowlton of Orlando was tlh -fll.-;
the 'n the city for several day "1etheguests Pboto t>y American Pr... Association. one handy) to run out in different and we will have a quick cash, fund ?silo" .Ao .:yJ
city Tuesday. ,
of friends. : directions daily for a reasonable to back np this entertainment question r _k-- iii.nnM, wS7S .Y. "
Born: to Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Hyatt, What a handsome and intelligent charge Open up your nice ball room which is the only thing that will o VOID BY DUJOGISIS EVERmttRfi
Mrs. W. B. Higdon, who has countenance is shown ....
on Wednesday, a son. by the dog in on the corner of Dakin and Broadway '
spending the summer with her mother the picture I -----u- -- --
one who week.
'- B. R. Wyeth was also a guest at the Mrs. Bandy, has returned to her sees it will echo this sentiment.every This twice a .
All Pull Together.Every
Manhattan Wednesday. home tn Jacksonville. dog is named Collar and is one of the -
shoulder to the
Wm. Montsdoca of Narcoossee"spent Mrs. Jacob Iloffer,' Mrs. Mosher, numerous dogs selected in Canada by one put their
Monday in town. |I Ii Mrs. S. C. Jaques, W: G. King andJ. Sir Ernest Shackleton to take to the wheel; all together, as one man, will one
r and in sixty days you
i' i! Mrs. G. F. Kribbs is recovering''' J. McKenzie, of St. Cloud, motoredto antarctic in his proposed trip across be woman well rewarded for your labor and
that frozen end of the world. Now dt---- -
the city Saturday.T. La ;
illness. but
from Don't know anything
a I that war has broken out in Europe, it money. ... )
but --
Phone 50 for fish and oysters. Delivered H. English spent Sunday in Is doubtful if Sir Ernest will proceedon sinunee; don't talk of anT town
' anywhere in city. Lakeland. His brother, J. E. English his quest. The experiences of ex- Klssimmee; don't think anything
; : returned to Kissimmee with him Sun plorers in the arctic and the antarctic but Kissimmee for the next six weeksand .
Mr. C. W. Dann made a business day night for a brief visit.H. i have proven that dogs provide the best you will) win out, and Kissimmeewill -
trip to Tampa Tuesday.Mr. I be op the maps in large letters ;,,.
the means of transportation. Ponies have '
W. Barnett has purchased
Thomas Langford of Orlando Horace Woodall residence in Cape been tried and found to be of little and will grow beyond will be all in your demand ex, We want yoil tp come and ee our wonderful anortment of y ..

rspent Monday in the city. I Breeze from A. E. Donegan, and will use in long journeys over the ice. Ad- pectations. Labor at home. Your CLASS'BLOUSES'
4 Thomas N. Farr has gone to Geor- move to that place October 1. miral? Peary, who discovered the north farm products used' filled. Your EXCLUSIVE AND HIGH .
will be "
' gia for an extended visit. I pole, was accompanied by dog'teams, houses and rooms whole -". .. ..
Mrs. H. M. Breaker returned home as was also Roald Amundsen, who stores will be kept busy, and the
? Cypress>> field boxes for sale cheap this week from Chattanooga, Tenn., first reached the south pole. Captain community of Osceola county one s
_Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf j< where she has been .visiting friends Scott, who with peveral' companions I grand theater of a hustling, thriving,

t ' Mrs. R. P Savage spent Friday and relatives since early in August. perished in the snow after reaching growing Florida inland town, unequalled Showing all of the very, newest .and most attractive .

,with friends in St. Cloud. I Jarrell left this morning the pole, took ponies, but they died in all its bearings. These
t Phyllis before he reached the It's up to you, and now is the accepted ideas in Collar, Sleeve. and Cape Bolero effect
long pole.
J. L Beaman was in St. Cloud on for a several days' visit with relatives time. Come forward and lift waists are tailored, fetching: styles of silk shadow lace

." business one day recently. I I in Micanopy. From there she up your voices with one grand acclaimfor de chine and soft silks, charmingly trimmed. ,
to Tallahassee to enter school.J. Misses Lucy Buckels, Leona Robinson Haveno net crepe ,
!,,: Born: to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zeigler, goes his and Eleanor Motley, leave Mon- \ KUsirnmee Get it.together. There are also Voile. and Wash Waists with high and low
with family about
'> on Sunday, Sept. 13, a son. I| has. been J Whidden spending, who the summer at his day for Tallahassee, where they will What half-way has built St. Petersburg collar, long and short tleeve-.t rEx ept on.l-nlue. rt, ,

A. M. Philips of Port Tampa was a ranch at Turkey Hammock, has attend school at the state woman'scollege The tourist. What has built Jackson-
\ business visitor of the week. I moved back to his home at Fort Miss Virginia Tiller' is an- ville? The tourist. What Daytona
other local girl who will go to Talla- SO -
handsome to $6.
other flourishing, $3.75
I- -V? or 6 doses 666 will break any seed j. Meade. hassee to school this year, but she will What 100 the tour- _.
Florida? Simply
Fever or Chills. Price. 25 cents. Mrs. W. M. Hudson and children, not Jeave for another week.J. towns here at first by the
I I 1st. Bring them t..a
.r x, C. N. Allen is in Washington, D. C., 'who have been spendingthe'sumnier McPhatter was in KissimmeePark hundreds and they will soon come by I,
.... on an extended business trip. with her mother, Mrs. KoShenderfer, Tuesday on business. He reports the thousands. The real estate man Fall' Millinery i i. shown best at this shop. We have ,

has been in I have returned to their home in St. the groves in that section looking fine : who now think. he does well to sell a complete: line of correct Millinery, making the moil of a
Der Meersch
Andre Van Augustine.Jack and says the grapefruit in the Katz of property in a month of black velvet in the smaller thapei and
7ew York for the past week I and Lee is being picked this a $5,000 piece sawn designed
, 'i grove.
; of Center, was will wonder how long he has bean '
J Keen, Orange the popular sailor drcwy creation with- art in their 'I
:- w week, ready for shipment north within new *- ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bryan are enjoying in the city yesterday and stated that a asleep. And when the business man, .
the next ten day. Mr. McPhatter and in line.
designing style
in Cornelia Ga. the butcher every
a visit the druggist the ,
'. number of new buildings grocer
, work on the oil well is . '
t business erected at that place and everything says progress- the shoe dealer, the dry goods man, I-
Woodbeck made a -
Mrs. J. D. ing rapidly at this time. t
-, r, ', trip to St. Cloud this week. is in a,prosperous condition. Howard M. Katz and bride! formerly -' balances up his cash direaming nl&hthe .If you want a pretty street'or evening Drets, a Coat
continues his will say: "I am not now. Suitor anew fall Skirt don't fail to'viiit this shop where";'
T. M. Murphy Miss Adele Powell of Missouri
of Judge
F. C. Correll left the early part I awake. It's the real dough right
t the week for a visit in Michigan. I I stay in Green Springs, where he went arrived in the city last night andare In am fist. The small man, the laborer we will gladly how you a collection of fall reproductions: '.
: '. a week ago hoping to get'relief froman now at home at the Kate residenceo my will beautify his home and add adapted.from foreign model Come and ee them.'
5 or 6 doses 668 will break any caseof attack of rheumatism. He was accompanied nMain street. Since their marriagesome : '
ChIlls: Price, 25 cents. ", to it what he has desired for years 1 All alteration free. .,
"- Fever or by Mrs. Murphy. days ago, Mrand Mrs. Katz
o and could not get because not enough ,
i j, Miss Tattle Band"spent'Sunda, In After a ten days' visit faTNew York have"visited" St. Louis, Chicago, and cash, was circulating.Wants ": >>-
other laces of interest in the North ,
) i Mrs., Hattie .
OrlandO the of her brother. Logan
guest and Baltimore, C. W. Dann is home 'and WestThey will now make their 1,500 Tourists.. ,
<*. G. W.:Mann of Bartow spent Tues- again. While away Mr. Dann boughta home in Xissimmee, where Mr. Katz Give us 600 tourists this winter, all .

"dsy Wednesday here on business. large line of fair and winter store. goodsfor will be connected with the.,M. ,Kate new to ,the:place, and what does, i it .- .
'Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. the Dann department dry goods store. mean? They will leave on' an average

S Osceola Lumber A Furniture Coa 29-tf Capt. C. H. Armstrong, who is sup- One of the .most interesting visitorsof say only $50 apiece, $25.000; and another -
\ (I erintending the construction of the the week was W- A. Love of At. year $50,000, and so on Just .
oysters .
: Fresh saltwater lish and at South Florida and Gulf railroad be- lanta, who spent Tuesday in KJssimm for personal expenses, to say nothing)
; Broadway Fish Market. Phone. 60. ,I tween Whittier and Bassenger, was a just to see how he would like the of the thousands they will invest here.

C. E. Hyde, wife and daughter, of visitor in the city over Sunday.Miae town. He stated! that he had passed Can we get 500 here this winter! I Stanford's !
Apopka, were recent visitors in the I I Eleanor Van Duzor left Thurs through the city many times and liked Yes, 1,600, leaving $75,000 for per- ""Stanford's.
II its appearance from the train, so he sonal expenses alone. Now eomes the. ,
Orlando after
city. in
I day for her home a :
I decided to stop over this time for a question, how are we going to get
J. C. Ledbetter returned home Mon- visit with Miss Margerie Belle Bearden. little "tit.: When- leaving Tuesday them? Don't we advertise enough TDon't

day from a business trip to Jackson I'' .. of Miss Van Duzor'social was the courtesies recipient night he said he had spent fine daythat ,- we send out thousands jqf copiesof Come and Examine the Best Hosiery Madet

ville.I many pretty he found the town as pleasing SB our weekly papers T" Don't our

: Dr. H. E. Cole made a business trip' while in the city. he had anticipated it would be, and board of trade send out piles of literature i

to Lakeland and Winter 'Haven this '' S. Watson Lawler and Winton Law- that: lio was coming back again for a ,I ? Answer yes. Well,then, how i iI
I week. ler were up from Lakeland last week knger' visit.WANTEDWe. can we do anything more? Now,

I for a visit with their parents, Mr and -. I I Holeproof Hosiery
B. T. Campbell of Campbell station I Mrs. S. W. Lawler. From here they ,
p business in town want a 'live" man to Whenever You Need; General Tonic
transacting where will
was . went to Fort Myers, they solicit subscriptions for the Valley Take drove'sThe

. ;;' .Wednesday. I I I be .located in future. __ Gazette-Florida's Greatest Weeklyin Old Standard Grove's Tasteless

D. J. Sumner of Boyett, Fla was 1 I I H. C. Stanford has returned from the following towns: Taft, St. chill Tonic la equally valuable as ,a I ,
L'.( this week.LmJit I[buying: stock for his Kissimmee and Whittier, Haines City, Campbell, well known tonic properties QU1NTNB t"T
; I I made of the finest Japanese Silk; ingeniously knit ever a drag, sheer
Narcoosee. Liberal commissionspaid the Liver Drives
Smith and B. C. Dutton spent St. Cloud stores Mr. Stanford's new and IRON. It acts on ,
.4".. vfr'Thursday jw- A. in Lakeland and attended I stock will include the newest fashion to hustlers Write, Kissimmee out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and invisible body of Sea bland Cotton. SIX PAIR ARE GUARANTEED
'",.J** ideas for fall and winter. Valley Gazette. Builds up the Whole System. :90 ceata.I .
'"W, the ball game. I I TO WEAR WITHOUT HOLES FOR SIX MONTHS. If .any of A*

Miss Maude Alice Wagner has as Henry T Bass spent. last week in six pair fail in that time weWill'
her guest this week Miss Ruth Virginia on business. On Tuesday of

'"//dr._"' .U son of Orlando.CaldwelL' of Robert-I this Orlando week he and made has-since a business been on tripto the -I The Place Where You Get That "Royal Tailor" Look to t- Replace '

A',, D. P. prairie getting'together cattle for the
shaking hands with Kissimmee- friends shipment to Armour on Saturday.Mr. '

J, one, day ,recently and Mrs. Dilliard of Spartan-' Come One-Come All You Big Souled'.Fellows( them with new ko.. FREE. Try these aew Holepreof Get them

'\\'. K. Shute and E. W.: Robinsonof burg, S. C., will arrive in Kissimmee for every member in your family. They sell at the same PRICE as

Orlando were registered at the next week and will be located in the The cooler days are now here-and you want that Royal Tailor good cotton It.*.. Yon will wear no other after yon try Holeproof '

ids Gray si one Monday. Mrs Franklin's home on Emmett Suit right now. There i i. no good reason why you should buy a ready-

Edward Newton will go to Lake street through the winter. Mr: and made suit when you can come here and get a made-to-measure. suit that

City-Monday to enter Columbia College I Mrs. .Hilllard. spent last; winter here.. will fit-for identically the tame price. WOMENS' NEW FALL SHOES

for the term. Mr. and .Mrs. R. W. Meiklejon expect C. .

I W. A. Drawdy and Randolph Youngof I to leave Kissimmee in a few days By the way, I'm going to chow a great picture at The Casino on the OUR NEW STOCK OF .. ) If
Whittier transacting business for Ottawa, Canada, where Mr. Meik- night or September Z8. I want you to see tt. and will give you a frc
ticket. But I'll tell you more about it next week.
will offer himself for war ser
lejon the city this week. II! vice and Mrs. Meiklejon will ask to Let US call for that Soiled Sait of Year NOWOliver's
r Misses 'Ethel and Jeanette<<: Gordon join the Red Cross forces as a trained
r of Orlando, were week-end guests of nurse. Queen Quality -

{:" Miss Bessie Mosley. I I The Kigsimmee young people wlio e" Suitatorium J ,

; a Miss Marie Boyd returned Saturday will attend Columbia college at Lake :
... . from Omohu, 111., where she has been I I City this year are Miss Inez Carson; Phone 61 119 Broadway '0

spending the slimmer.. 1 I Miss Nellie Calkins, Miss PlatteL.and ,
y Messrs. M. A. Farmer, Edward NewI The QUEEN QUALITY. Is Ike beat woman's skew Made. It b designed '

R. D, Waring where returned he had been Monday forT I I ton, B. A. Guy, and Lee McLain. The specially for weaken wko are particular abont .dress. These *" +
from Tampa, I party" leaves Tuesday for school.! ?.
nn i peratton on.his eyes __ skoes pses quit ,atrh ease ..d'COI ... Queen QaaEry * ;

.< 't. LeRoy; Leslie leaves the first of the I three"MTTanoTIrB.children of E.Tiona P. KlrkpatriclraTtd, Pa., have been -for-Fal-1-Plan-ting -asrl.-redloalbrs-aadla-allatas: "hi' pnapy, .st..u.uJa." .. tvismart .
week. fan Charleston, S. C., to enter '' aid fabric '
visiting here and in St.,Cloud this dressy t.. .
Porter's Military academy. week.with-tbjB'idea of locating, in one FRESH STOCK A

I' of St. Augustine,I place.or .the other. Mr. Kirkpatrlek Price ranfe front '"", .
Si 'T. Kidder Jr., to take charge of Qt. Pk. Bu.:
has been employed
was her Monday in the interest-of the. sinking .the oil well at Kissimmee I ,Giant Stringiest Creenpod .__ ___.... .,30 2.00 0 .8.002M ''

,Foster advertising{ .- service Park. k Refvgee.Thousand. to One ...':_'T r.4"- ?_ ,30' "aw-; $2.50. $4 50' "
)(r. rid' Mr*weeks G. W.. visit Griffin'with are ela enjoying -- Mrs...X.S_ Drawdys' danghternit-! : I ; RedsVaIentmq"i .....0;.':: :: ;. ;.':.:':'n'; ..,._-..- .,.7S''" ISO y .:75.50 ?

a two Fannie Dixon;'left Thursday Parcel Peat Rate tc 4wt ,20e "' ). t' r
'' tina.ID.ttan09 ;' Tenn. tie Miss per. ;. per.peck. ''c. : ; :.
for Jackson ,Term-,*where she ;will - .
R. Pope and' Miss again' attend school 'at pie! Memphis 'KILGORE: 'SEED : '

'n3diLL, ..haw been tinting relatives . FemaleCollege.. Miss Dixon ;was '" '"._ COMPANY ib HC.; : STANFORD CO.r :I"

inthe city, for.aomft, lnie, ro- .by her auntc.MissBrowniceJacksondlf .. PLANT. CTTT,' FLORIDA. ..;. t' ,

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.PLC; '& '- f rd v.. k :i J.2"'ItISSIMMEE: V ALLE r; fla 2E'T'-'TIt'-. 4 .I .1 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER: ;ja.. ,

.: '.L ; .This Page .,Belongs to 'Our_ Women :Readers" .,1' !

To Love' Is' :To ..


, Kitchen Bear the Burdens"The PROMPTLY DISAPPEAR

To' Be GettingNew' Spangles and Metallic Laces on 4o fashion Oeoreos' .. . :
Elegant New Evening Gowns.r -Thsy women of France who paid the '
kfnhs / Shall BTlod, ,This:Sa fen. I 1 5,000,000.000 francs of ,indemnity to Chronic, Crippled-Up Sufferers Find
V "< York*-Most of us are such Germany with ''their economies have Relief After Few Doses of New -'
daubers. In the art. of loving! And announced their intention to harvest 1 Remedy Are.Taken*, s4S when in our stupidity, we have splash. the fields and care for the country's "
ed;'our lope anvasses-. with the paint .. herds and flocks while their husbands, It ia needless ;; suffer0 any,longer:
1,' lei bf greed .and treachery and malice, r sons and brothers fight the battles of> with rheumatism and bs all crippled,
polling: the pure outline and obscuring r Intelligent Use of B tt'r. the republic oh. Alsatian and Belgian I up and bent out of shape with its':
Psi. the radiant color we insist that It is almost universally admitted that battlegrounds, says Joseph Chamber-. I heart-wrenching pains, when you,esar, '
,the insult is a true expression of the vegetables require the addition of fat lain in the New York Mail. surely avoid it. ' '
most &'Olden..nd. bcneficient dreani a i la order that they may; be at their beet "There is no picture of human or Rheumatism comes from weakin-i; '
man and woman can know. That is and there la no'fat which. so suitable public devotion in all history which 1 active kidneys that fail to filter,front '
the idea of Margaret Cameron, authorof as butter for the majority of vegetables surpasses in pathos and beauty the'I the blood the poisonous waste matter -',
"The Golden Rule Delivers.'' and a record of the women of France. It ,i and uric acid; and it is useless to
judged by tbe character of the
number of other successful novels is they who have chiefly suffered by j 1 rub on liniments or take ordinary
i'' "The meaning of love is giving, not e,. K dish and also by Its flavor. the wars of conquest or defense that I remedies to. relieve the pain. This':

getting," said she, slowly. "I suppose Some housekeepers have a way of their kings emperors and presidents only prolongs the misery and can't. ...-
I'm a sentimentalist, but it seems to looking upon the use of butter milk have waged and it is always by their I'; possibly) cure you. '\1,
me that if a woman loves a man she and cream In tbe preparation of vegetables I industry their thrift, their quiet wisdom ': The only way to cure rheumatism,, "
wants him to be happy. She; Is glad v4l soups and sauces as If these in.. that the ravages of war are re- is to remove the cause. The new dls- '. 1
and thankful if he can }be) happy with gredlents were simply "luxuries" and paired. covery Croxone, does this because'It .:,:
+: her but if she finds that .he prefers not food essentials. But it should be "For the French wife is the 'bus- neutralizes and dissolves'W t 'J""' .....
c some one else she must still ::1 ,r'a remembered that these articles are iness man' of. the household. It is sonous substances and uric
him to be happy. Alleged devotionis valuable foods and naturally; Increasethe generally she who carries on the little lodge in the joints..aud..ff$u8c tt
often nothing but dominance she food value of the dish of which shop which keeps the family alive or scratch ao4-in1tate and cause .meu.: '
added, "and one of the commonest of t they form a part. They 'are all wholesome makes it prosperous. It is she who .rtstffin, and cleans out and
7 either husband or wife to trespass on foods makes the family's plans and *rf"=.,- pns the stopped-up inactive treng1.b-s..
although ,
j the other's individuality. Then there generallymore 'es its fortunes. Her pftjmmics: makeit so they can't filter all the poisons l.."
expensive than tbe r
!is nothing so paralyzing to love as vegetable possible for te! French people to
from the blood and drive it on and out ",
rI L foods with which J
F I suspicion. I would prescribe work for they are combined: pay the heaviest taxes in Europe and of the system. .
y the woman who i i" tempted to l"e jeal- 4I their use lu reasonable quantities la to pay them without a murmur. Croxone i is the most wonderful :S I,
certainly to be recommended.
medicine ever made for curing chronic
wow i Increasing cost of tbe dish by the H-}4{ 4. rheumatism, kidney troubles, and 1
free use of butter, cream, etc., may CAM PBELL. ladder' disorders. You will find It ,
i, work out of the home, and have setup after all, bo economy If tbe Increase IsIntellgently .'./.:.-". : :.-;...-.. ;... .... -+->+ different from all other remedies. ' ,
for her the ideal of leisure. The made, and the vegetable There is nothing else on earth like it. h 1
i wise women are looking about the soups and purees made r4her! as wellas j Miss Bessie Mosley of Kissimmee It matters not how old you are, or' .r!,, '
B? in Mrs.\ R. this
world for themselves! and theRe visiting VJVaring
more appetizing( by the addition of how long you have suffered it is ""i
(, husbands are encouraging them. Here butter or cream combined with small -eek. practically impossible to take it into 3
and there a man may be found who er quantities of moot.Preserved jI Misses Flossie Bryant and Ernest the human system: without results. .i
is jealous of his wife's profession; and rr ine Brown spent Sunday with MrS W You will l find relief from the first few
bI. if we are ever to do away with jeal- jI H I A. Borroughs. I
Qinger. r doses, and you will be surprised howquickly .,... .;
ousy we shall need to have genuine Miss Ola Campbell, whcf has been I all your misery and sufferingwill "
creative work for women as well as TUose people who like It should keepa teaching school at Kenansville is end .j"
men she concluded. few Jars of preserved ginger on t
WHITE CHAPE EVENING OOWH. home now for the teachers' examination An original package of Croxone :
bund. Now 1s the time to buy the ginger I and expects to return to be- I .costs but a trifle at any firstclassdrug ; :
NEW YORK MAN BUILDS root. Young roots are put Into a rin her school again next week store. All druggists are authorized
HOME IN:. KISSIMMEE Spangles and metallic laces are featured vessel and kept at the scalding point -_? to sell it on'a positive '
-r for this Mrs. Isaac Lanier was here Mon- money-
s l The new home of Wm. R. Brown has actorded popularity them high Paris the- until tender, when they should be peel. I QUEEN SILK GOWN day to bring her little granddaughterElsie back guarantee. Three doses a day
ed In cold water Make a thin sirup for few days is often all that iscvrr
school but school I
on Emmett street! is being completedthis designing of evening gowns. The begin as y
and pour it over the ginger and allowIt didn't she decided to send her needed to cure the worst backache
week and Mr.
Brown and hit sister open
model! illustrated is of white tango I'For the fair maid of the debutante I
to remain for five Then fcfssimmee.Mrs. or overcome urinary disorders.
days. place .
Mrs. I. Crimm, will be comfortably crepe, the skirt draped to form a i set an afternoon frock like the to
v'r located there in'a few days. lash and trimmed with two rippled the ginger'In the jars for keeping and pictured here is one Melt Bryant and daughter,
Mr. Brown came to Kissimmee for a flounces of spangled net. The bodices enrich the sirup by the addition of In most cases it will exceedingly be found becom-dainty. I Ethel spent Monday in Haines City.
G : brief visit early in the summer and of black tulle with long flowing sugar. Boll thoroughly and pour over ing. The dress is of green wil- Mrs. W. E. McLane made a business Malaria or Chills & Fever 4
.i, while here purchased the Holt property Jrapery. tbe ginger. It Is then ready for seal low taffeta motled with white.pussy Style trip to Orlando Saturday night.
k on Emmett street comprising ing. features of the gown are the kimono Mrs. J. W. Collins returned home Prescription No. III Ie prapen4'eapeoIaIIT
fifteen acres. Accompanied by his Ginger pears are novel. The .pears sleeves and the surplice front showing Sunday after being with her daughter for MALARIA or CHILLS 4. rCVCftv 1
sister he returned from Brooklyn N. EVENING SLIPPERS. should be ripe. Peel them and remove a vest of cream colored shadow lace. Mrs. J. L. McKnight of Winter Five of six doses will break say case, sad
4 Y., three weeks ago( to make his home the cores, then cut Into thin slices To The sash of black satin tied in the Park.Fla., who has been very ill with if taken then as a tonic be Fever wiU set fi
here and bar had typhoid fever but !is oil the road to Il the
yr an attractive bun- front re return. ecu oa liver better the*
four is fastened
+ Extreme Elegance I Is This Beacon'sFootwear every pound of pears allow the by a jet ornament.
erected the : Calomel and does Dot ..... 2S. +
galow on property hew covery. gripe or
For Smart Woman. 'juice of two large lemons, three and Plaited frills of the material adorn the p
In .
bought addition a well has been lower }'a
of J3
the skirt.
Much Importance I* attacbed to the one-half pounds of sugar, four ounces part
sunk on the place and Mr Brown is : .
J, . . ::
of.ginger, root shaved One and - - yfC.
preparlnlJ'to have five acres put out in elegance of the footwear donned with one gill ,
grapefruit at once. He proposes also evening costumes Illustrated here one of water. Dissolve tbe' sugar, then :900000.0000000.0000000001o A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.. s '
ivy to do some trucking. sees tbe latest novelty In evening slippers drop In the pears, ginger and lemon TO OUR ADVERTISERS. 4
-' In black satin with embroidery of Juice and cook for an hour very slowly. 4 .
....0..00..0.6 Place In tbe cans and seal I when hot In order to go to press every 4 The Waters & Carson :
0 Friday noon, it is necessary that 4
3 0 HOUSEHOLD HELPS. 0w E sri ..igFRt Blanched Vegetables. I copy of all advertisements, and 4
----- 0 ,. especially large display ads be 4
d ., Do not use strong soapsuds on'paint ytuy Green string bean., onions, full fr in this office by noon Thursday 4 ,
rl varnish, linoleum or oil- 0 grown lima beans and other green gar- -* to insure their publication 4 Grocery Company ;
0 cloth. Wash such a surface 0 den*vegetables are made more delicateand A time limit must be placed on 4
with tepid water and a little 0 palatable for many by blanching the advertisers to insure the.pa4

.. with softocloth Going ov per reaching the readers on time 0 ''i
0 wet with milk 0t flavor before cooking them. This Is thereby bringing the best possl- 4 Wholesale and Retail Dealer. In kGROCERIES

... 'and yolk. done by dropping the prepared vege 0 ble benefit to .the advertisers, 6
'If egg are put in a.jelly x- tables into a saucepan well'Oiled 'with themselves. Advertisers will 4

't '0 glass and covered with cold wa- O boiling water and salted Immediately please bear this in mind and 4 .
ter.they will remain fresh and 4 brought back to ,* bring In copy for their, adverT 4
boiling and boiled
0 point 4 ra-
oftufor several *
days. Change tisements accordingly.,
0 the water'gently each morning. 0 continuously from Ore to twenty 4 .
:., .If ants should invade the 0 a .I minutes., according to the kind and '.O'OOO'.OO'O'OOOOOOO.'Oi" 0........ 000 .OOOC00 000- r .- 00 .. ... .........: ; ..
:' 0 house' remember' that they detest 0 condition of tbe vegetable. 1 .
SFh -*, ground cloves and will not 4 The cover It used at all. should only I WE SELL: 4 4 WE EUY: .. I

: .0 cross a white chalk line. 0eV to X 9 tiRt partially cover the saucepan. Tbe fOR FRESH fiSH HAY, q f

.. A wooden rack which can be 0 blanched vegetables must not stand in GRAIN 4 HIDES P
} .4-scrubbed daily is a great pro. 4 this water. It not convenient to finish .
f O,tection to a porcelain sink 4 conking them drain 0 4 FURS, q
at them
0' f I l11i
-, | Art apple in the bread box 0 N
4'k.eps the H"W. from tbe hot water, throw Into cold + -0- -0WOOL .
contents moist and a 00 t''
slice of bread in the cake box -0- .fi water to cool at once: tben drain again 0 SHINGLES. 000> t .
'i a3
tl. '. keeps* cookies and cakes from-o-I ,'.:rn4 c.- .u nod set In a cool place covered with a 4 4 v

'. becoming dry. 0 4- ,,,,, "'# ,,5 5vt 1 pli'ce of cbpeaeclotb until -ready; to flnluli Broadway Fish Market 0 0 ORANGE BOXES -0- -0- AND .
,.' "$ I 4 0 .
0 the
4 i : kfter sweeping matting 11'0-0- ; :l'KT cooking.
0'aver it with a woolen cloth dipped -0- 'K . __ vat AltTe3 \ I 4 ORANGE WRAPS 4 4 ALL .

'.> in a solution of salt and wa0- How to Can Beets Phone 50 4 VEGETABLE CRATES .
ter This 4 COUNTRY .
far better'and -0-
more Wash young beets, and leave on an 0 4 0
I O than saris rvEJitNO BUPPKBS. .
... v. 4'lasting using ammonia.0- Inch of the stems. Boil them till tender Served or Promptly Delivered<< Any- CRATE NAILS, 4 0 PRODUCE. .
. - - - - . 0Kv44G9 sliver mate threads! clear crystal drop them In cold water then rub where in the City. 0 0 0
,.9.g. qOOgO QO .-. .4" 44 ; beads. and rlJlu\> tone brilliants. It I off tbe skin, pack them tightly In Jars, 4444404 fr 040040044 44400000 0 . .0 ....

/ MA AN' I. I I eiripbnslzes the fondness for black and Set these on a rack On the Jars to .
'. white, effects by line of white crystal overflowing with boiling water and We sell }
.. garden seeds of all kinds.
r'I'tjfjl: you-we've heaps of fun, bends. and Jot In combination. Much I add a teAspoonful of salt to each jar We give
special! attention
Heart Disease Almost to fitting out hunting and yt
Ma an' I. She can mend my gunAn' ,Importance ,U attached to decorative Put on rubbers and covers loosely set Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. campla parties,
fix my 'art-an' loin of things. footwear lu I'arla. This model la the jars In a kettle of water that partly Fatal to Young Girl We are county agents for good fertilizers.
: fn
us circulars
-i She knows and
: An'rall.the jen bpntrnt why a kind"bird' of has wings- I shown In vivid shades of satin inatcb- i covers them and boll them for threw "Iff daughter when thirteen. year prices on fertilisers. T

Wfiy: most of 'em don't games.have lug the dre..... With these slippers are .quarters of an hour. Then tighten the old was etrlcken with heart trouble
names! no I sIO'klllIn/ line black silk duplicating covers and let them cool In the kettle. Bhe was eo bad ..... had to place h.r

t y 'But?; I. don't -nee why nhe's got to kiss I tbe putteru of embroidery on the slip Carrots may be canned In tbe same bed near a window

'.i Me. Jes' because I'm lookin' like this! I pers. way 'an she could ret. Iw
jShsl bites my fingers and chews my her brfath. One
;,..s toes Crisp Cabbages doctor aid 'Poor
r ,An' says to me, "Oh goodness know, .Jacksonville. .Atlantic Coast Line To treat cabbage! In order to have It child. ,>h.. !. llkelr
- I don't nee how I ever got along without railroad company progressing with retain all Its fresh crisp clean qualities to tall dead any SUPERIOR SERVICE '

; : my Beauty Spot." dock under construction on St. Johns for a long time strip off the root flies: JL friend COURTEOIJS TREATMENT j' ,
An.t.ben aha grabs an' hugs me tight, river.Dock to-be-100 by 400 feet and old outside leaves clear down.-to told me Dr. Miles'Heart
k." ""n'" .rubs my cheeks till they're shiny about 1,200 piles. Cost about $20,000., a compact head. Take two or three Remedy had
bright. her father,
u PensacolaState Board of Health, tblcknesses of clean newspapers and .
-I tell you what I love my ma; o I tried It and
Jacksonville will
'I she's most nice expend $20,000 to wrap eacb cabbage In a tight neat she began to Iraprove. -
p .'a I. think -Suburban as as Lif pa. erect laboratory; 87 by 52 feet; fireproof little bundles Place In a box or barrel. I Sh took
:) ; tile roof hot .
betA. -
; water heat great
: elec- a many
tric lighting pressed brick ,.. .... ..' .... I.
; stone and -
THE ICE SUPl'LY.I terra cotta trimmings. w1'a tR spared to me today
a fat rosy War Abroad .
I I is not a cleanly product in spite cheeked .lrl. No on. can lm ..1ne the ;
of Its crystal clearness. It collects oonfldenoe I have In Dr. Mllee' Heart
I fi dustarid germs on its travels If it is Bemedy.' A. R. CANON. Worth, Mo. Good Crops at Home ,
I rot itw ssibl to wash it the back
'porch'set it In the sink and on dash cold The Kissimmee Valley Gazette i[ .The unbounded confidence Mr The great European war is y
Canon has in Dr. Miles' Heart Rem-
,1 ,water over it so that it may go- into i creating much anxiety abroad '
H the 4c .bo* 'as clean as possible. Remember Wants :the'-Plctures' All Little edy Is. shared .by thousands' of while here in the United States,
that Jt is a saving to keep the : others who know its value from
Iee'ehaAber.of the full. peace prevails, and this year's
refrigerator KiddiesjA the experience:? Many heart 'diwrdera'eedtotreatrrientilthrtreatamn wheat crop is the the t
geod big-piaerthnrti; CityandCount -. greatest
> is;irrare-than economical, both in re.sird : : 'counhT' harever had; -
i1 to The degree;of'coldness maim -V" r ">j. J,.' a _. is, right.. II >oare;botner;" ,with. Start ;
heed and the amount, of ice required, The KlftsimnKM.Valley Gazette belJeves'ihat: no'tn re Intereettng'pictures hort breath. fa"'tiftC'I" p U... swelU in earnest, now to save ti
ASM a piece every day... can be.found for its pages than those of little children. There. : iC;oCfeet or"' sokl ir: piins about L i by startler an account with us. P"t'
?:I ft jrvor psi-foods in the ice chamber. fore the Gazette Invites every mother la the city$ and county to send he"heart-and-shonlder.bladea'oalpitation ; -
h -ia-U e'+very- warmest frt of the .us. her baby's latest and best photo with tketttama. of:the baby, its. 4% INTEREST PAID ON
r-air, andjth* presence of food, age. the name a.cI.thtlr;' dcln... ";These?pictures wiU_,. ."i ..w.*k;;aa .baacry! j-spcus s, SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.ILDonegan mod'
lytawr upon or standing against be arefully.preeetge4 and rein med to you ''after their appearance in .. "you'houtd;bcginr::rin. pro:- ileav
cease*it to melt more rapidly. ;'the, ; provided postage U enclosedOrtwiNij; caa be.hld"', 'I.;Han "REmedy'at'oncertr! !, rofit:>/ p
The only. Mceotldn-toHhls role Maw .by'caUisg at the Gaiette of flee.: ;. ;*t' > '? '. ,.., <**.':-.1"-- i'tth'e P rteace- tkt iL whUe'yoi rt ..; t KIS

id the ess* of a vegetable which i.crJay is 'We want all the kiddles; hoysVand. jgirls, .blue'eyed.'and', brown'fl J :.takiW. .,**. "*.4 ."f"-i"*>...'-t.i-,*!?" to1 V ur. ,.. Pe K4ciLt;.i: ; 'r; '
as saladetc..;-then i ;rehuby fists.and pink toesf "heth..the3" six: months or six' 1 .. f' .-j--r .-- ,\ .' ..
., fret t Jis ;extra' melting.r :;' ";iTwelvr year> olds wilt pot be 1 baired nor twel.'h3".9.c1L4, f roan;' :, i 'ID..'; a-t4.4 II-.q. It..... aM. Praidisil. .!.,.... CatM4 .. '
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"v.. ''e. . Grapefruit To Move, ,North. Soon; Kissimmee Golf arid Country ,Club . SEMINAR ANNOUNCED

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: :'Jacksonville, Fla/ Favorable reports that there will be from 120,000 to 125-i .

,. regarding'the'citrus fruit crops 000 boxes of citrus fruit In Marion '. -, .. -- "Ttrtr following lias been
'for 191415- continue to be received In .. program announced "
i county. this section the citrus' > .. 'for the fifth annual Citrus
:j : ,from every fruit growing ..ctlon.f) fruit crop is from 30 to 40 per cent 0 Seminar by the'University Floridaat
':i. I .the state; There' is ,every, Indication short,, as compared to las\-' season. I Lfca t** V '- !.v-" "' '' .Gainesville,, beginning Tuesday,

"\\it. that the crop will ;,run, 'to 9,000,000. M.navista.-The Atwood 'Grapefruitcompany Sept 22: ., i -
boxes or.wore. expects to- market 5,000
:. The heaviest rain? of the season fell boxes of grapefruit during the coining. Tuesday. Sept. J2,' MorsingPeabdy .

.. September 2 and 8 on the West Coast season.' 'The quality of the fruit. lagood.The ( Hall.) fK
. Seminar
J Welcome and '
> Ap, :
.n ,,was particularly' heavy in the Packer, 1- r o }. "
: Opening Dr. A. I A. Ma hree
'JfR': Manatee ,, 'section.: It was; accompanied dent University .
of Florida. ,
storm at
'i. (amps 'and point severe further\; south. 'No : rt 1 9: -10:30.* Fertilizer:Economy, lathe
-N' Gron".Dlrector P. H. Rolfs.
'danger is -1L_
reported to.fruit crops. .
oluinn''Forward . 10:30 -11:30 Tiding" the Crow'Over
:9. Grapefruit will start to move about
.:.. : --- a Potash Famine, S. E. Copison-r\ ,
15 declare
: September as
growers 1..' 11:30-12:00.: 'Co-operative Demon, .
.. fruit is early and will show sufficient
stratlon ,Work: in the Citrus Districts
r'color.. The orange crop will not start A P.Spencer. '
.. t. in any great quantities until after FROM THE ADVANCING STATE. ,",. . .. Afternoon. -

,,' ,October 1. The Florida state law is OF. FLORIDAJacksonvilleJacksonville - 1140-2:30.Some Geologic Process.;
that oranges showing a "field test" es and Their Results,Ei.H.. Sellard '
''of 1-30 per cent of more of acid, eal. TAMPA state Geologist. ,';
tf: ,culated as citric acid, shall be considered ,. track proposes to- build from an additional ATTORNEY TRAIN STRIKESAUTO APPROPRIATOR .FOR 2:30-3:20.' The Florida;> Citrus Exchange ., f
4... immature. After November on Hogan street Bay I L.' D. Jones.
I' "h is two-thirds its tor street to Eagle street, to Cedar. street I '
orange 3:20-4:10. The Florida: Growers
r t "::r,, bred yellow, it shall be and'to Pearl street.C e I FOR R' R. COMMISSION ; FLORIDA IS GUT and Shippers League Lloyd 8. Ten. 1", d-
ry.w. mature. The test for "'
Council granted, 5 HURT ny. ?
; f-:5tJI' uburhual e t.js 1.75., estimate the franchise Apopka.--Toien to M. T. Anderson to install Tallahassee.-Don C. McMullen of I ; Washington.-The "compromise"I river 8:00.At 'Epworth Hall) Symposium ., '

V citrus fruit crop whicW-.J "'wUL be shipped water .works,and electric! .light .plant. Tampa, and former Senator from' and harbor bill, which has been I :Fruit.Handling and Marketing. of Citrus ' A,
a--- iillsborough .county, was retained by ..
MH HM-HB-W/ agreed "to by the Senate Commerce
from this point at 100, O0 bti ( 1 r-l
Colllson The
the Railroad. Commissioners Plant S. E. Maturity of Cit
. and The Atlantic --Bradantpwn.-iCity let contract at Special City.-An auto-containing B. Committee. as a substitute for the I
the quality good. : counsel, to l Succeed F. M- Hudson B. A. McRae rus Fruits .. _._
$10,000 to cbn.tiyrct 600.000 gallon reinforced BroyleSt and.Bid"ellWatson ending bill affects the Florida f t -.I. l.
,' Coast Line representative has Just concrete leserycir.Miami. of MI.mlt resigned. The date has not of Lakeland and Melvin Mur as foflow.: Appropriation projects of II I*. D. Jones, Pi klnar'ancrShfpplnar', : ''; ,
been here and last season's shipments s.L.
17'; says '.. been when Mr. McMullen will assume phy of south Suggestion ..
boxes and the esti- e Eustis going on Evers 300,000; for St. Johns river Is reduced I ..dblouse.
. : were 83,000 the duties of the to B. Skinner, CareIn the Packing' I
position street here
Saturday night was struck to $175,000 cash to begin
this is Dade school board ; appropriation '
mate of 100,000 season county .
which he has been appointed. The by Atlantic Coast Line train No. 82, canal from Pensacola :
';I about correct. There ae numerousnew let contracts to erect schools as follows Bay to Mobile -i
} Commissioners B. L. Hamner Advertising Citrus
around this vicinity. I : Biscayne Construction com- have several mattersin northbound, probably fatally injuring > Is reduced from $50 $25-' ., -...
groves litigation which Mr. Hudson has the latter and for Fruits. .t
badly bruising the oth- 000> cash appropriation Ocklawaha
Inde Glade school ; -
do not know whether they are pany, for Orange cost Box.
been handling, and with which he is four
. pendent or exchange shippers. Last $7,700; V. E. Lewis, Ojus school, 'cost the more familiar. The most of these er occupants. project" reduced from. $175,000. to Wednesday, Sept 23, Mond..., '>. .J\\
year the Exchange had less than 6 $8,000; W. J. Ecton, Miami Gardens cases will be coming before the According to eye witnesses the car 100,000-; (Peabody Hall.) .
,d pet cent of the output. The Exchange : school, cost $2,500. courts this fall, and it is up the desire of was proceeding slowly and the view Action is taken In all these cases In 9:00-10:00. The Results of SprayIng '
may handle 20 to 25 per cent e s the Commissioners to have them! ot the train was obscured by Lowry conformity with the recommendationof Experiments in Citrus Groves, W. '(;
this neason. A new Industry h.s been Molino.-Escambia county school closed out before relieving Mr. Hud- & Barns' fertilizer warehouse. Mem- the army engineers, who say that W. Yothers. f
,I kt-irtbd here' called the Dixie Canning board let contract at to erect bers of the party state no warningwas owing to the lateness of- the season .10 11:00---The-.Relation ot ,
$2,784 son. Also Mr. McMullen stated that ....., ..>,.:::,
& Preserving companyand Its factory school. be had many private matters, both in given of the train's approach and other reasons the amounts originally White Flies and Purple Scale J.. a: .I
i will be ready in November. CC his business and law practice, that will The engine struck the car on the carried in the bill "are, no longer Watson. ':1"

:: Grapefruit will he put up that will Ojus.-Dade county school board let demand some time in their adJust-- right rear wheel, completely turningthe needed.. 11:00-12:00.: 4 The Use of Fungi for. .::
'l ,,r. keep indefinitely it is preserved contract to erect school; cost 8000. ment, and he would have to get these car around and throwing the occupants In the case of St. Lncle there is Fighting White Fly and Scales, frank J .fir
without sugar and is exactly like Dunedin.-Dunedin school districtvoted jn shape before coming to Tallahassee. out. $100,000( or .hand and the engineers Stirling. ;:
fresh picked fruit. Our state chemist $8,000 bonds for school. Otto Murphy was caught on the engine say aifacKhtional $50,000 is not neces' Aftmtoo .:t.i

has tested it and pronounced it CC Some weeks1 ago when Mr. Hudson and his mangled body was car- sary. 1:40-2:30. Citrus Canker, IL .E.Stevens. .- ,
; pure.-J. W. Rollinson. district No. 32 resigned from the position of special ried two hundred feet from the scene a;>\<,
care to look over the citrus grovesof Port Rlchey.-school counsel for the Railroad Commissioners of the accident to where the engine 2:8o-:20.. The Extermination of ''
terri- of Pasco county voted $10,000 bonds that such land were in fact non-min
Frostproof and surrounding for schools will erect $3,500 schoolat which position he has most successfully stopped. I eral. the Citrus Canker Frank Stirling.: ,
tory and know of no commonly full ; filled for than three Melvin had his .
New Port Richey. more Murphy right arm 3:20: 3:40.: History of the Citrus. C
',. bearing groves that have any more years, he left it optional with the Commissioners broken above and below elbow and Township plats showing the location Canker E. W. Berger "
', fruit this season than last se.lIOn'l as to the date for his being was otherwise bruised. Broyles, Mc- I of the lands herein referred to, together 3:40-4:20.: The Needs of the Clt-; '. '
Many old groves have less St. Petersburg.-Neff & Gilbert will relieved, but such date should not be Rae and Watson received bad bruises with any, hinds that may be vacant rue Canker Situation, Lloyd S. Tenn,.., 3 L a
t" \ Some groves six and seven years from ;, install refrigerating plant and dry later than April,' 1915, leaving him .about the arms and body. Watson are furnished at $1.00 per township, 8:00. (Epworth Hall) Symposium.
the setting are bearing quite heavilyfor hardening system in Ice-cream fac- free to devote his entire time to his being severely cut on the arm by the applicant for said plat designatingthe W. L. Floyd The Use of Dynamite
the age of the trees, which will, tory; also equipment to cool and bottle duties as Senator in the Legislature fragments of. glass from the wind- township and range- In the Citrus Grove.A r
help swell the present fruit estimate about 5,000 quarts of milk daily. convening at that time. shield. Application. for any of the lands P. Spencer Cover. Crops" ,ln
: : I think on the whole80 per cent this herein mentioned( can be made In the Groves.

J' coming season as compared to 100 Leesburg...-Leesburg Ice company usual manner before clerks of the circuit W L. Floyd: ,-OrchardHeating. ."
I per cent of last season's crop, a fair contemplate. building addition to power court, county Judges, United
r.. : estimate. Tangerines, Kings and all and installing\ 200 H. P. engine, 125 OVER ACRES NOW States commissioners or this office, Qoeatlosi. Box. t'Tharada
f '\:., flat oranges will be an especially K. W. generator and switchboard panel 25,000 using the regular homestead blank, 24 H ra1.i.
c ,.J'.hort crop this season. Early and and 250-gallon motor-driven centrifugal adding 0 the bottom of, the blank (Peabody Hall.) *? '!
+ midseason oranges have set as full as ; extend transmission above the signature of the applicantthe 9:00-10:00. Some Citrus Diseases, 7
'common. Grapefruit and late oranges lines and install additional transfor- following phrase: "This application J: G. Grossenbacher. i
": not as many us last. season. Kum- mers and motors. OPEN HOMESTEADERS is filed subject to the provisionsand 10:00-11:00. Melanose Stem'EndRot
: qu.ts a full crop.-V. P. Simmons. see reservations of the act of) July and Gummosis, H. E. Steven ,p
Ormond, Fla.-The citrus fruit crop St Petersburg B. Thornton will 17. 1914." When the application is 11:00-12:00. .Diebeck. and French-, a
"' around this section will total about erect apartments-house on Third avenue received bv this office It will be acted-- ing B. F. Floyd-- f -
<68,000 boxes and the quality: Is better between 4th and 5th streets; 12 Department of the Interior, United Townships 34, 35, 40 and 42 south, on according to the instructions of: Afternoon. .
than last year. The principal( shippers suites; cost about $10,000. States Land Office, Gainesville Fla., range 28 easCTownships thegeneral land>e/f ice. 1:40-2:80. Friends and Enemies u*,
here are Bead Knox & Bead,( .e -on July 1, 1914, there were in this 33, 35, 39 and 40 south, Very respectfully the Citrus Grove, J. R. Watson a
o' who ship in carlots from St. Augustine MiamI.-Georai. Lumber eomp.nywill state 68,443 acres of 'public lands rang 29 east.Townships 2:30-.3:20. .The Control of Hog .,,;
and will have 50,000 boxes; Boston erect factory and business block which were Included in certain phosphate 86, 37, 38 and 39 south, Henry *' Brothers 2,000 boxes; Wm. Price at 6ht street and Avenue D; 8 stories, withdrawn, and by reason of range,20 east. Shields Warren Receiver.: _Industry,' U. .S.: P....A.SGHNARR'S oj'
,1,000 boxes John R. Clements 2,000 reinforced concrete; first floor for such withdrawal said lands were not
boxes; Frank Sawyer 3,000; and about store; on two upper floors proposed to subject to entry, or other form of) dis Township' 33 south range 31 east!I .
-1''' ten others who 'will make up a total install sash and door milL posal. These lands are situated In the land act of July 17, 1914, all .such

: of 10,000 boxes' ., e following! counties: ? .. .. were opened to homestead entry, i:
Arcadia; Da.-It estimated that i .Tampa- mpa'Bos'eomc.ny'; Henry Alachua, Bradford,' i/nrus.;" (;i/oium- subject to the'' provisions and reservations ,Insecticide SPRAY

I;...r there will be 250,000 boxes of oranges Lelman, -ma. bia, DeSoto,. Gadsden Hamilton, Her. of said act. It being provided (KI1U .T.ry-Whlt flr. larvae. Seal Rust-Mite and Red Bolder that sire
: to be shipped from this station. and chinery! to manufacture oval cigar nando, Hillsboro Lafayette Lee'Leon, that a clause be Inserted in all entries, hit.. Removes sooty mold and insures b.altby. trees and brlstht (" .
f -,"50OOO from the entire county. The'quality boxes.. -, 0 Levy Madison, Manatee,' Marion, Pasco final certificates and patentathat In State Manta for Beall' and Niagara Power Sprayer and Hand Pumps* *is.-
and the variety is i ,, the, event any of' the minerals men- aventa for NtataraBran4 Soluble Sulphur. -
.' is good ,.Folk, Sumter, Suwannee,andTay-, "* -
Boons Early. The grapefruit crop Is Detroit-Model Furniture companyis lor. tioned by said act, .were discoveredon ... COMPAlfYY ORIAWDO FLORIDA.Ipetlel4 : ., I e
; + estimated at 86,000 boxes to be shipped reported to erect building; two stories Very nearly half of these with- any land entered:witfa such reservation ."Will If.. 'lajar* the WhttetyFuji. _
'I' from this point and 250,000 from ; lower floor for rent; upper floor, drawn lands are located in 'DeSoto that such mineral Deposits

.t, the entire county. The quality is fair 12 .apartments., . county, in the following townships: should be subject disposal by the
-,, will be ready S United States.It .
: and early grapefruit Townships 39 and 42 south, range
c. about October 1. The tangerine crop Eustis.-C. E. Riddle. Jacksonville I 23 east. was further provided that any .
10.000 boxes to be ; Fla., is considering erection of hotel 33 41 and south
will rim to shipped Township 42 range I person making homestead entry in accordance -

the from entire this point county.and 30,000 Quality boxes good from and I: at Chautauqua .park.. 25 Townships east. 33, 35 and 40 south,I,I with said act :would be 'al- BEST LUMBER. ON EARTH :FOR. ALL PURPOSES,:' ;

,fruit toady to start about November Tampa.-M. V. Moore let contract range 26 east.Township I lowed to furnish evidence, at any time \ t
1. All are independent growers at I .to erect apartment. .house. ; cost $7,500- 33 south range 27 east. prior to the submission of final proof,
this point and no exchange here.
Citrn, Fla.-The orange and grapefruit Mai'tland.-Walter Drennen will -- .
'. v crop in this section is fair, erect 30 foot addition to packing '
fl.? There will be shipped from this point plant giving floor space of 18,000 Yellow Pine
t' about 150,000 boxen. There is a small square feet; present site, 100 by 150 When Everybody Eats Florida Citrus Fruits] j +
u. acreage of grapefruit and tanR'erines.Fruit feet; to install packing machinerywith ;

is early and coloring fast. hourly capacity. of. 360 .boxes. the J Demand will Exceed the .
.; .. Aubumdale, Fla.-I think this point c ; Supply .:
will ship about 100,000 boxes of oranges : Melbourne.-Melbourne-Indian Rivr t -
grapefruit and tangerines. > Truckers' association, capital stock Citrus fruits are becoming necessities instead.of luxuries. The f

. J,. This season's quality la excellent: $2,000, will incorporate to build pack. -- people of the United States are learning their merits EVERYTHING- ;
"M.** and fruit well advanced. Oranges... ing plant. many
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|L sweet and edible now. I operate an I Si and uses. Where formerly they were regarded solely as y

. .>! Independent packing house and put i Lakel.nd.-Bo.rd of Trade has arranged breakfast fruits,now they are eaten at other meals and used ,
i up last season 160 cars and I xpect with North Carolina manufacturers freely in cookery and confections. All this : w
a third more fruit this season. Will I to establish mattress factory; means a great TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE:
deal for Florida wh'ich the finest citrus fruits '
start packing as soon as the embargo expend $4,000 for. building and maebinery. grows of the I l
on fruit is lifted and will ship in. world. The production of her superior oranges and grape-
c.rlota.-E. M. Bayard. e fruit can hardly keep with the inevitable increase
Plant City. Fla -There will be Cocoanut Grove.-Cocoanut Grove '
about 60,000 boxes of oranges, 5,000 Country club, V. W. Helm, president, i in demand due to the above causes. WE HAVE, IT

._ boxes of grapefruit and 500 boxes of will erect club house, baseball diamonds
"..; tangerines shipped from this point I golf links, tennis'.courts, bathhouse Buckeye Nurseries Catalog- We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of ,
the finning season. The quality etc. ,
during- -- .., , A lumber-rough and dressed i
-- Ceiling Flooring
Is good and shlpments--will begin j - Citrus .Handbook Siding, Doors,
". 'November 1.McIntosh Ybor.'CityHome-Mlslllon Department Sash, Shingles, Lath., Window and Door Frames
.' Fla.-It is estimated that of Methodist, Episcopal Church, ; All the problems that arise in the culture of oranges ; Moulding ;>>
there will be 26,000 boxes of oranges,I. South, Dr. John M. Moore. Gen. Sec.y., + and grapefruit are fully covered in this book. It tells of alll lands, Framing, dressed and rouah.C"1'eN Lumber "

'"''Ii800 boxes of grapefruit and 75 boxes ,. Nashville, Term., will erect Mrs- Rosa how to select a location for the grove and describesthe We also carry a complete of Brie Lime,Cement, Paints,
r tangerines shipped from this point i Valdez, memorial church and settle- tt4
The quality is oDd. It is e tim.ti Ment building to cost $10,000: ; will operations necessary to bring trees into profit- Varnishes and Glass. We are able tolurniab"ou everything z

c- also let contract for Italian mission to able bearing. Everything i is based on practical it for your house or ysur barn,from ground,to roof. :

.ESTIMATES OF FLORIDA cost about $9,000.. . ,experience-there are no theori in the advice ... . :
: ; CROPS FOR YEAR 1913 given. No matter'what citrus fruits you are
S.rasota.-Frank A.
t ,4: Washington. D.-C.-The Crop Re- W. Chapman purchased Walpcle Swain-Jay .growing'. or intend to plant, this book will be of
; porting Board of the United' States G.raaand Sarasota Garage; will organize < service{ to you. It has been written to held alike I Send for Free Estimate I :

':;; Department of Agriculture today gave company with $10,000 capital; .the man with the grove and the min who expects -
.j" out the following estimates of Florida erect building and install machine and to have one. Every person interested in i
", crops for 1918: repair .shop. u' .the citrus industry Florida i it welcome toa, \

.l'.". bushels Corn $8,302,000 675,000 farm acres,value.10,126,000 Clearwater.-Wed Coast Hardware ,i tcopv of this book, printed at great expense.'. We will be glad to aWe you Prices'and Estimate .FREE. k

-( flut77,000-1eyer X08,000---tea -Co- .capital l 11 OOOOt, incorporated, Write today for one-edition U limited. islUCKEYE'NURBERIESr;, Contractors Estimates "house' bills "' 'R t
lfj' '$1,147,000 farm value. with Wm. F.;Rehbaum,7r.T president; ? on' prsscpt attesiiem..,,; ,,
S 'Oats: 60,000 acres, 900,000 bushels, K.'. F.; Rehbaum, vice president, ..Madi ;\ : - y .-- .--r --- n 11'""" 6

f". '. $630,000 farm 'value. IOn. Wi..; G.H- Behbanm, secretary ;.107 ,,CIIZZIf BANK .vl"D "a;;'..' '

y. ''.. IrSh;Potatoes$1.087,000* 12,000 farm acre.valna., 912,000bushels treasurer, Tampa,ewe Fla. :'jo,_>*- fc 'TAMVA;FLORIDA: -'\. '"'.. .. ; YellowPinfitiimirllPhonmlSS":

\ 218,000 acres, 8&JDOO Ja JacksonvilleFlorida, 'Tire'.. Co* :
"": ". ; $6,64000 value. capital stock 25000.) chartered ? to i'
.. bales. farm. ., .. .
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.' f 4,000.000rpounds ) ) deal In' and- manufaet.readtbmobUeliter. -
Tobacco: 14,000 vf acres, .
"f .Tahj. etc.. George Adams; president; &ickee1reesBea ; : ; KUtimmee: "i" ; *
farm FTa. .
: 1240000. 'r'.
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+ Shine ;::
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'War Rush, Writes. His. Experiences J' :Exposition 1 .F- Francisco.-; 1915 green left- except crew' using that on.all account the coal of from'the '
l a '-::--_, one aide ,of the ship we .had. quite.. ; a
tilt for several days. "
"1', Among the who have recently When we .got to Paris we'founU the ta 5 I i I. While' at Iisvre'we' saw a great :; >,'
: returned from, Europe with Care Saint La Zare crowded wittt peo many military preparations.. We saw 'When your )liver becomes torpid'at .
thrilling" experiences to 'relate.. as to pIe of all kInd. We had to wait somefifteen of course, the mobilization' of: the F"tluggUh,'.you can take calomel:: and '"''
4 j ''the difficulties encountered in getting, or twenty minutea 'get'a Y tFrench-troops from that district"andevery'few'days
passage' home after war was declared, cab, and since I had no French money va ? KfI a regiment,would-go whip. it into action, ,but the calomel '"

,ar. Mr. and Mr,. James M. Carson, smaller than fifty-franc note, had to to the-front. We saw fifty thousand will leave your body weaker and sicker
t who left: Havre August 10 on the get bne of them ,changed. They, English soldiers land there at the rate '. than ever. Calomel ,ls' a \.el'J"pow." '
steamer France and who are now safely charged me. five francs for changing: of about ten thousand a day: The automobiles ,erful drug, a form of mercury, and
ti at home in Jacksonville.A 1 fit.i New five franc notee 'issued by the and cabs in Havre were *1 so .
letter from Mr, Carson to his government were used instead of the .' '".' confiscated. ',j need never be used, because there Is a'pertect '
father, 'C.1,A.' Carson, written last ordinary silver. ' '. 'I' '-....,. I,' remedy to take the place* of

-week,-glvel: a fin insight into the After we got to' the little '.Hotel' .....,;;;. :: ... 'Broke But, Homeward Bound.; calomel, that has, all of calomel's' good

war conditions and describes' many I Calais" and.bad supper we decided: ) to : "' After the ship !sailed the purser !I Medicinal effects with none.of its dangerous
'Interesting{ Incidents of their trip see as much of' Paris as we could. .-... sent for' me to pay the difference be- ,
+ Through the kindness of Mr. Carson We walked down'' the boulevard and r ., .. '....- tween the Chicago and France tick- and uncertain: .follow-ups. its
it is published herewith: walked into the middle[ ofa full- I ; : +v ets, which was' $115I did not have name is Dodson's Liver Tone.'
Jacksonville Fla. fledged riot. I have never seen so tV-. :? ; .: much money left by that time, not '' J. Z. Roberson sells Dodson's'Liver
Mr C. A. 'Canon.Ki..lmmee many people in my life. The streets / r;', near enough to pay him 80 I persuaded 'Tone with the guarantee that if yon
Florida. 'were crowded, and not only the side! him to take a personal check. don't find that it treats you much bet. h ,
Dear Papa> : tfalks, but the whole street across was ., , ,.. ,. W' .,j/. .+. When we got to.NewYork we were I ter' than calomel, he will give you your.
to be able crowded with walking'up and I ... practically without money and had to 1 with smile.- Dodson's..
,,, I ,have been rather hoping people ,. " ''of money back a r
to' come to Kissimmee some time this down in crowds carrying banners, : ," . wait there a day or two to get some. Liver Tone is a true tonic for the liver,
4 week, but Jt seems that I cannot get showing that they were foreign volun- All of these things were trying at the purely vegetable and with such' a
so \ as best I can, teers for the French army; with names I: time but I suppose the. experience was :pleasant: taste that it is no trouble to
some of thelexperiences of our trip in of their countries, for example Greeks, I I'e., worth while. get children to take it. It is absolute.,, '
'. Europe.We Roumanians Alsatians, Belgians, En- .i Very sincerely, fy impossible for it to do anyone any
left London on Tuesday, July glish and many others. Each of these I' l J. M. CARSON. harm.I I '
28, by steamer for Scotland. At that crowds of volunteers were carrying .
\ time there was some talk of war, but ,' two flags, one of their native coun- -- I -
nothing at all serious. We bought try and one of the French I Copyright 1ll1fo, uy Panama-Paclflo:: International Exposition CaTtIIB ,
round trip tickets to Edinburgh by ,. About ten o'clock I suppose it was, beautiful i i
'coast' wise steamer, intending to make news got spread out through extra' date palm stands before the southern facade of the jrrm' I t

a little sea trip of it in each direction.We i I editions of the papers, which appeared at Machinery Through the planting of rare and bt' llillll' The Favorite Store of Kissimmee
# got to Edinburgh on the morningof I I'' on the streets that Germany had late I and trees from all parts of the world the Exposition: groiiu.l- I .m ?

the 80th, and still from the papers I that afternoon declared war on bare assumed the appearance of a semitropical paradise.
there was nothing serious in the war I I France. This seemed to infuriate the -
; talk, all of them denying that EngLand -, crowd and they immediately began to I
11 was mobilizing or doing anything attack every store, restaurant and until some one came and they tried I movement of the military trains.
to prepare for war except to take shop that had a Ge'rman name on it. to keep me from going in but I told I When we got to Havre it cost fifty E
.1 precautionary measures. On Friday They practically destroyed all of these I I them I was coming in any way. FInally francs to get our baggage to the boat veryfhingFOF
r} the 81st the morning paper said that I before the police arrived on the scene, they allowed me to enter and i but we finally got aboard expecting to
Mr. Aaquith the English premier, which was not more than a half hour i I saw the Consul-General himself. He ] sail that night. I II
had made the statement in the House later. The men did the damage while! gave me a very informal kind of | We went down to l look in the steerage _
: of Commons that the situation was I I.ry I the women stood on the edge of the passpoqt and said that the French but all the cabins were taken and L
\.,.. grave On Friday, we went to crowd and yelled: 'Bravo!" and "Vive government as a special courtesy to I it was practically imposisble for us to YOUR ; ,
Edinburgh Castle to look at it and see I La France." We thought we could the Americans ordered that this might I stay in the big room with one hundred ,
what it was like. I had read upon get some idea of the size of the crowd be used instead of the more formal people sleeping in hammocks without
it (as I had on other places we and walked probably two miles trying passports and papers. He thought it taking their clothes off. I took Sarahup
weDt.and from what I had read I to get to the edge of it, but there would be better to get down to .the I stairs and asked the old Texas o,(t d'I ,

F knew that there ought to be two regi-! I did not seem to be any I can ( train at about 11 o'clock so as to get lady to let her sleep on The floor In I II a i
jnents of soldiers there, one regiment only estimate-the number. There must away at 3 o'clock on the first train. i I her cabin. I slept in the smoking room KITCHEN ,I 1 r
of Scottish Highlanders and one of I 1 have been several hundred thousand, There were two reasons for going on on a lounge the first night. i iI I II

British Artillery. Instead of two regIments -i how many 1 do not know. About If ( the first train. I had been told that I I had spent so much money in tipping 'j
-1 there were only about forty I I o'clock we left to go back to the hotel there were several,cabins in the steer i and bribing policemen, tipping
men in the castle, and that of itself and left the crowd still! shouting I age and that if you got one of the doorkeepers to the steamship offices
r' ,looked rather suspicious to me, especially I and yelling. The Marseillaise cabins you could be fairly comfort- and in hiring taxis and in other I '
i singing; I i able. I also had an idea that if I : every No matter what you may want for your kiichen'frpm!>> a Favorite 1
+ denying so ab- favorite We we
y as England was was of course the song. I possible way that I had only about
,. 'solutely any mobilization. I inquired i also heard "Britons Never Shall Be". could get on the boat early and try $90, counting travelers" checks andeverythinR' '
Range to a Coffee Pot or Bread Box, we have it.
ft told that these regiments !- national anthems of to change our tickets for first or second r
;,1 about and was | Slaves, and the The purser changed us .
'. had marched out of the castle many other nations. I class that we would stand a better about 5 o'clock to the first cabin andI \ Ii.,

the Wednesday night before and that Steerage Tickets Only. 1 chance A of Fellow doing it. promised to pay him the difference We have been supplying people with these things for so many years ,
'r"v nobody/ knew where they had gone. Next morning, we got up about 9 Passenger. when we sailed. We were not to- '#'
',"' Tile convinced me that thi war talk o'clock and I bought a copy of the I I look The after people an at old the lady hotel from asked Texas us to, gether. Sarah wan in a room with an that we know exactly what they want and always keep a large assort :i<
11' deal more I serious than Her-1 actress and I was in'the room with a
,. -yn.t a great Paris edition of the. New York
": *> the papers indicated and I made up )* aid, to find out, if possible, where the and who was about sixty-five herself.years This old priest. All this time we were expecting ment of everything needed for the comfort and convenience of the 1..
was traveling by ,
to London. I did not the boat to sail day butit
office In that editionof every ,
Sara why steamship was. I we agred to do. We succeeded in 't
It'1 tell but we discarded our Monday: ,"August 3, I saw a notice taxi it did not do it. Nobody seemed to I kitchen.
t.> fi, round trip tickets on the steamer and that "all foreigners if they intendedstaying . getting fifteen a times although cost us know anything about pt, so we stayed )
I much
ten or as as they
_e bought train tickets for London, and in Paris should get a "permisde Ion the boat day .after day with the
are supposed to cost. We loaded it
left Edinburgh Saturday morning at from the police, and that j! I wildest kind of rumors floating: '
with and the old
te: 10 o'clock, August 1. Up to this time they would")lOt be allowed to go outside I up lady's trunk our and handbags hand; bag and wentto around. I COME AND SEEThe 1
4 bad not been. even an ultimatum I I
"laissez .
there of the city without a the station. When we arrived there Washed Own Clothes.We ,
r from Germany_ to France or )I and to get either of these had been able
passer t they told us that that afternoon the not to get any
. The Money Situation. ]they I I had to have some kind of a paper government had issued an order that I laundry done for several days and Sarah .- 1\
AU along aoldUrs kept getting on.,I from the American consul. I nothing but hand baggage should be had to wash out some of our
I different and in Pans Bread Boxes Coffee Cans i
and oft the train, which confirmed in I told Sarah I would go get these pa- allowed to be taken out. The old Texas clothes. It was not possible tQ use shapes styles Pots .i
"me my notion that England's forces I: pers. I did not tell her anything lady was an old fool and quarreled the water in the harbor in the bathtubs : *
Kettles. Stores China Ware and dozens of things that should be in
were quietly mobilizing. I began to i about the steamship company becauseI and fussed about her trunk and said so for ten days we had to get a i
think of the money situation a little, was afraid I could not get tickets she would not -separated from it :: along as best we could without a bath- well appointed kitchen. _
and decided since we had only American -I and I did not want to disappoint her and kept up her protests and com- Of course, we had wash basins and :
Banker's checks that I would try incase I failed. There were no taxis plaints to such an extent that they I i towels. It began to look very much ((11"i
to' vet some cashed by going to the cabs omnibuses or street cars run- finally refused to allow any of us togo I I as if our vessel was not going to nail Our prices will also prove a revelation in hardware cheapness. 1'
''Savoy hotel in London, which i II' very ning because the government had confiscated I on the train. There was then nothing i I at all and a great many people left
.expensive and at which we had I' all automobiles and horses to do but go back to the hotel and i I for England. To make it worse than ,
.'.,, stopped only the day before. We got as well as 'all gasoline and coal and try to take the 9 o'clock train next ever, they began to charge us $4.00 ,
II. A ,there that night at about eight o'clock I there were not enough men left to run day. The next morning the old lady per day for our board while we were I ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES
'1' ,.1' and I had only twelvebethirteen the street cars, so I had to walk. All was in a better humor, although still tied up at the wharf I
'. v.. shillings in cash, the stores were closed, as well as the very quarrelsome and finally decided': In' order to be on the safe side I
_ ;<',' 'travelers' 'checks. After going up to Louvre and all places of public inter to leave her' trunk. We found out that Went ashore about the fifth day and'
.' .. .my room and getting ready for dinner estThe telegraph system wae,beinp: her ticket had not been,, stamped butI got the papers' that; were necessary to '
I went down stairs to'try, to get used entirely for military business and told her we would try to get her have in case we'were put ashore from Osceola hardware d Company
rn!! ;some cash. They stated that Amer'i'jaan no telegrams or letters' were sent.When1 through by'mixing hers up with ours. the -ship at,, Havre, which cost more P
money (money; not checks) was got to the steamship office at We went down to the train about 8 money still. During the ten days that
,,*" fcringing'only three or three and a half about 10-o'clock, I found that there o'clock on foo We were not able to we were at Havre, they had been tak-
..abilltnga on'the dollar. That began were .no first-or second;clan'tickets get a cab or taxi, but -did get hold : ing a great many of the crew ashore
.!'tolook very serious. We went to the left for -the France. There was nothing I of a little hand cart and carted our for the army, .so it began to look as __. .
.... ., restaurant wa could find left 'to do but take place in line u. --=
; cheapest rny own baggaeg to the station. We did if we were not going to have enough I .
,v "(did not even ko to a picture show) 1 1r to try to get steerage: tickets. I had not get much breakfast because they 'of a crew to bring us across; but tit t t I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I II .

b i'rU --we were trying to save all our to stand in line until about half past j do not give you much in France, they picked up men too old and boys : >
,., learned that all of the German | before I could get them. ';
t money.- twelve. even The train started on time but Instead too young for military purposes to I '
liners had been cancelled and I traded in my tickets on"the "Chica- j of taking three and a half hours man the boat. Among those who had", I : '
8 .that the English lines were not guarI I go" for these, but they would not give it took fifteen to make the trip to to leave the ship to go to the front For Sale ;
.:. _' : anteeing any definite date of sailing I i me any change 'money. They gave I Havre. We did not have anything to was the purser. .
'It ,of their ships, so that it was not me a receipt and said I could get the eat, not even a glass of water all that On the evening of August 13, they :
tain when we would be able to leave j money in New York. The !" also] had''I I time. The train was sidetracked and posted a notice that the ship would"
England. In addition to that and thej] printed notices which said that unless'railroad delayed in possible by the sail the next day and that no wireless]
every way
want of money we were told that peo-: tickets were secured and i : 40 acres of land 4 miles from one and a half miles

'pie offering two to three hun- l stamned at the railroad station ht'fore1* .
were -- --- ----- -- ---- -- -- -- -- from another railway station. 12 acres cleared and fenced ready for
a sired pounds each for berths on the 6' o'clock that afternoon, it would not I- iI'
8 ''liners .which were sailing, which were I be possible for us to get out of Paris. I I planting trees, 175 bearing Orange trees, and some smallr one. Splen

vthe American. Line, the Red Star and I All the trains had been stopped ex- j did soil. Price 2800. Time on part if desired.
& Skinner
*,the Holland-American Lines. That: cept two special boat trains, which I Kimbrough Irrigation CompanyWATER

....of course, was, more than we could i 1 were to leave Monday night "
*'afford.' In the paper I saw where o'clock'and Tuesday at 9 o'clock, and TilE EARTH I : Snyder Place
Line had moved the sailing it to have tickets before
I i was necessary
lathe 'to suit conditions. No better Irrigation in existence. J. W. Kim-
_ "France" up to August 4th 6 o'clock Monday afternoon or you I' 10 of good land less than 3 miles from Kissimmee
I"from August 9th. I fortunately had I| would not be allowed to ride on these brough of Lakeland, Florida, has the management of the State of : acres good
'passage to Paris and I concluded that trains. I went down to the station Florida, Cuba Bahama' Islands, Isle! of Pines West Virginia, North I. land 8V& acres fenced, 5 acres cleared, 3 more nearly cleared small '

.It.Was not possible for (the liner to sell and found a crowd of two or three. Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. Any i I ,: house good deep well of pure soil water stands in 6 feet of top of
fifteen hundred tickets during the I thousand people in line so decided I one interested in irrigation can obtain information by writing him or I' ground. Land ready to farm or plant out an orange grove. $650.
+ ; i :tlme-fthe office was ope'n! on Satur- would have to go back to the hotel the Address company. They are now prepared to fill all orders promptly. : Owned by a non-resident. Terms if desired.
day so we decided to dash for and, let Sarah know where I was and I '

; French money In England parll'l what I had been doing. Also I hadgpt KIMBROUGH & SKINNER IRRIGATION COMPANY :
? 'a discount of from twenty-five to for- gotten the papers from the American I Lakeside Farm and Grove

i ,ty per cent, so the people at the hotel consul or from the police. She LAKELAND, FLORIDA.Second :
t French in I much when I told I
would give me money ext was very surprised II 127 acres, besides 40 acres of more riparian rights land, which
change /or the banker's checks, but I I her we would go home steerage but :
-I goes in free making good pasture land. This is of the grandest
: -.was only able to get 250 francs all made the best of it. one
;- In.,large notes. Getting Passports. I i propositions in the country. Land adjoins lake and extends to county

"',1"'"'. Left London for Paris. I It After a very brief l lunch I told her ; road has a lot of finest rich hammock land, also high pine land, and ,

.*' .' The London papers had a special to stay in the hotel all afternoon and Hand Sacks some extra fine pasture. Some of the finest trucking land in Florid. ti

.--Sunday,editlon which is very rare and I would try to finish up arranging our , 6-room house:, two porches, house surrounded, by large palms )
i' that Germany : to I went to magnolias
,:: la those papers we saw I preparations get away.
iA' had declared war on Russia! and the American consulate but it was impossible and pretty live-oaks; also bananas., oranges, lemons, guavas and
;, .that. also France had ordered a gen- 1 i, to even get in the house because fruits ip yard. Fine flowing well near the house. About half this landin

j. ,.'F-pal mobilization! of all her armies the stairs and hallways all the WANTED the artesian belt where excellent flowing wells can be had. About
;,t. left London at 10 and were due to I way from the fourth floor to the 8 acres of grove, splendid oranges and grapefruit besides
I 5:30. When full of Americans waiting a young .ik.
.. 'arrive in Paris at we got were -
"' ,to.Diepe we saw. mobilization notices in line. I then went to the police nursery to extend the, grove. A fortune can be made on this Jand

.. riposted on- the walls, and saw men in headquarters and after waiting in line growing citrus fruit trucking and farming. Besides stock can be kept;
,?j uniforms' in all the strets- The trains for an hour or two they (told me thatI We can use a limited number of good, strong j so much good pasture; and a delightful place for a home where a fine

"-'We" very,' late in getting to Paris I could not get a "laissez passer" and second-hand 100 and 200-lb. fertilizer sacks, 1 view of the lake and town can be had from the porch of the home yon
f 'on .account'of' the use of the tracks therefore could not leave. All this
either plain with brand. I
I i or our this splendid property. Cheap at $TOO Per Can be divided
acre. .
Eby the government for military pur- ,i time I was having to walk because .
't poses. We got 9 o'clock instead I there was no way to ride. So I de- Write \ into several farms, to accommodate a number of neighbors for home., ,
tot' 6:80. All the .way down we could I 'ldod I had better go hack to the station prices, giving description what you i and all have splendid advantage This is well worth close in estigaNLion.
'l a* soldiers' assembling from all the I and get my tickets>stamped and have to offer and the quantity. Easy term ,' .

littleconntry,:,places .and roads. We try to go without any / apen. I got .

would see five or six walking together"tb.atJro.dtracbgomrta.the there. about half past[four and there AIL kinds of'Groves* Farm., Ranches and Investments. f
4ann were-still-thrtw w fojn thousand-peo - ... ,
ipmy"where, : they :were to-'report; at I pie'in line aheao-ofme, BO it seemed -W Tson'Fert- + I zer(poe
'littjstation there would be I impossible to hope to>> get awayAfter .. -- ''F- > -&\ \ **'

orforty-menwaiting for cars i walking: around for a few minutes .1)( ... ,, .....Manufkcturcri}bf* >:--'. y
transport them.a There_ were -a. : decided to try to..bribe .a, policeman : NELSON ii
I Kmany train*' already made ulanwIth' and get t him to let me in at the head = '. IDEAL FERTILIZERS. ? REALTtCO: :

.-\ JfttU benche. Ipeej of the llnen I gave him'a fifty franc -7< r. ' ;. .
rposes-TKese :note and' managed to'explain to him : . ., ,Jai ksouv111e>> ; .:P1orlda'"J',. :
yd'ntodon We side "Tb 1 teight- .. that:I"wanted to''r' get 'mY' 'tickets. : '.

to t..htt,.."V*or stamped. By the time I. walked backto ."Ai'et1U;:Waters''&,Cacsou''Grocery: ;'CO. .REAR STATE
.w *We aw of these can the American consulate, it war aft Lpocu1' .. ' ..'t' : .:BANKy, .]H::1' '
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., 'SEPTEMBER: 18, ..1.1t: ;. 'THE, "' ,KISSIMMEE ;VALLEY :GAZETTE" nu ) ,;;; I lL,

> REGISTRATION -NOTICE.Notice JIll COURT- or. ti1'fTY' Four years except that of County! : As.lessor'of .
,' "' STATE 4>F. oRJUDGE: Taxes and, County Tax Collector
,I I is hereby given that the" 'reg' fndTo: Catate-: ;:, who shall be elected for twoKara H.Ji.BAlL.EYINTERIOR :
until at the general election t 0
: Woman'sWorMMr istration: book*' are now open ,tin' all Notice is hereelven.. to all whom County It lathe; year Ju D. Itl*, when 1

r OO1cOMMstoNtRs O : ,$S the precincts .Osceola 'county, including concern, that on the lat day of and after whloh'they hall be electedfor WORK'A, SPECIALTT

-- - the.newly ,'.established'pre: Say ...A.: D..1MMI shall apply to.the duties a term and of compensation four y.aPa. Their ehall t powera>e Described , sr
T. K. Murphy Juan of said
ducts Nos. 9 sod 10 aDd will remain 21 H bbett''Stre t.
Court aa Judge of PTobatel.1or anal by law. The Legislature Vail .
J KIsslmmeeT; Florida' 7. 1114.: *, George Usw, InternationalBeauty open two days In each week dlseharce. as Administrator of my the e*. provide by law 'for the care and custody

,,".The Board of Cou tYCommtselon.r. '. Red Cross.' Nuree.too. until the first Monday: In'October: I taje' of Chris Kaennel deceased; 'and of all County funds and shallprovide
.o,' ef Osceola County, Florida, met on the that at the same time,I will present te ( the method of reporting>> ,and r e I
; boor.. date. there being pros.nt.E, ,' L. .,c. W/ GRIFFIN, f, said Court my final accounts as Administrator paying out all such fund 'C'F "
". ,: ilex, chairman; R. V. Lanler,, A. F. I II 38-4t' Supervisor of Registration.; I of said estate,.and ask for their in-: 'General rove.d County Tr" In : 'THRASHER
-r is,. O. R. Baas, W. F.' Walker commissioners approval. '; Election held 1114 shall .
; Vf. Jv Bears attorney for JIOTICB.' .. .' Dated. Sept. llth, 'A. Dt, 1114 holt office, for the term' elected 'f" .
"f the board and t, L ,OverstrteU cleric I 7.,Hor HENt..mT.-: dmtai.trator4'BkTICHi'rO -' '
and auditor . : r . JelProposing Rssolutlea. SHEET,,METAL WORKER
4. !. Clnwl C_rt,+T6M :J.. e.. CireaitIn A. ,
J y ,'Ing- The qnlnute, of the guler meet ,..,.....rI... cad for >a**.|a ....t7.J. ;; > Steel i'Ceilings a Specialty. .J\
Ii of the' board were read* and- ap-: Caaveerr. CHEP1TOB*., an Amendment to Section1 .

/' "nroved.Measrs..- -t. -.W. 'Prentls. It. :Jr.' Triplet* 'NOTICE'OP' PETITIb7 TO' BB M4lI: >IS !. Crt et'... C..ty"a..**, (tat* .fFlorida the 1* of State Article of IV Florida of the Relating Constitution, to the o1 Phone :149-R. Klssimraee. Flea,

\; and A. 8. Nelson came before the board: Oseeeia .
'A.'FRSB: DEALER.. I' Ce.Bty .. . Appointment of Commissioned, Officer
4'ti ,and Inalsted that they could do no bet : :; In.-... Estate of C. F. Prevatt. Sr. of the State Mllltla
tor than Publicity a part of the money Notice to all :whom"It m..y.ocn rn To al Creditors -Lvratees. Distributee Belt Resolved by the Leflslature' J.'w4'ytut' ON,. ,
the from ths Fund In sending out I that Mr. D..F. Blake (Nelti., Blake), and all Persons; having Claims or. De the State of Florida' : :
' local newspapers to those seeking I of St. Cloud,' Oaeeola. County Florida ,mand against said Estate 'u That the following amendment to
..... Information about Florida; and asked Ho..or"blelame. W.Perkins. Section 14 of Article of the COn-. DENTIST) '
will apply to the '
You and each of are hereby no *
i"' you
: toe board to take action State'of
some aa soon Circuit of stirqtlon of the Florida ,Is ,
';.. cafter',a* was.discussing'the possible; whereupon the board the Seventh:IlIdge-ot'th.Judicial Circuit n court. for \"nd"demand' *to which. preseat any or hereby' agreed to dof. 8't:1: ;f Upstairs la Kau,DuUdln\ (.
matter agreed to Paceola County state of Florida, on {*. either ot have .fn.t.the mitted to the elector the '.
take, twelve -you may a I 9 a.m.OUIII. 7n,
paper. at 10th day of ( At.'Di 1 14.. at J>.. I of C. F Prevatt.'' Sr., dtocaaeil, rejection at the next gen Omo HOURS j | "
rate of $100 per year, same to be divided land Florida or wil.rover he may .be. State Osoeola Couffty:: Florida, to the eratelection...hereafter:; that I I. ,to say. '1630 IrV **.4->V p, QQ", f
e,ually between the three papers of that Section 14 of Article IV shall be Telephone No. :fti '
In the for a. license to manare.-take chargd undersigned administratrix of said estate ; , .IU8.4/hr.:
sent out until the board '
county and control her property, and to becomea ,' within two year from the date amended so aa to read a. follows hDRN
Orders '
them ,
stopped said amount to See 14. The Governor shall appoint
free dealer In hereof.
..."I. 'It be I.paid available out of the Publicity Fund .when every H. 1>,respect OEIG_r R, Dated JtJy ISnd A. D. 1114. an MIlitia.commissioned Including officer adjutant of the general State W..'W. CARSON.' '. ,
Petitioner' Solocltor. PREVATT. :
Mr J. W..- also In
appeared for the State, with brigadlep6eneral '
Dated Sept. 11. A. D. Itl4. AdmlnUtratr. .
t. the behalf of the Klsslmmee Band and Z. KRIBB8.,- who shall be Chrf of stall.: . DENTlSli '
-- -- - ,
: board to assist In the.acp.Upon The duties and compensation of all f
<'t Attorney for Estate. ll-lt .
l motion duly sec- -
officers so appointed> shall be flxtd by
'" f ";;l. and agreed to donate 1150 Department the Interior; LLand law, The terms of office .,of all com Office over CPIs Jewelry Store
...., rpose and the clerk was Office at Gainesville. Florida... Aurust .:NOTICE OF ELECTION.Whereaa .- mi. o"ed officers of the organlsedmll- .omce
to draw a warrant on they 19, 1811. tla shall be continuous 4urln1tile : '8-l .. 1-5. 4' ;
Fund for the amount to bs :NOTICE Is hereby given that Daniel The Legislature of 111$,' pleasure of the Governor; et to .Office phone 16R.sld.ncs" It
e"_. }5. 1914. L.McLaughlin. of.Algef, Florida .who under"the Constitution of 1.... of the such laws as may be enacted by the : 28
"" Mr. Oeorre Arnrsort; Brrepreaentattrevf on May 10, 1911 made Homestead Entry State of Florida did pass three- Joint Legislature providing.for their rstlrs-
.f.. the International Harvester oOm- 'lirar, nt Serial N.J,. <084IS< ,-for.B.I.I of_Lots Resolutions, proposing;..amendments to meat GH ximlnistere-3 for extraction of.teeth
.. X and a and N 1-1 of Lots 4 and 6. Sec : : ... .. -'-.
4any, came before the board with a the Constitution of the State of Florida : .''' .
'. .(. (lew of selling them a machine to be tion 14 Township 11 South, Ran.e 14 and the same were agreed to by a ,
.fi t. used on-the county roads, but the r' r'Nia.twq East Tallahassee Meridian, has filed vote of three-fifth of all the member A Jel.t Rewlatlew I
hoard not being! Ina position to purchase 9 notice of Intention to make Commnta- elected to each house; that the vote
passed the matter for further tion Proof to establish claim to the on said ..Joint Resolutions were entered Proposing An Amendment to Section . DL'a' GEIGER ... ..
consideration. land above described, before Clerk of their respective Journals' One of Article V of the Constitution. '
t. Mr. T. T. Reave came belore-the I QBOBOI LAW the Circuit Court, at Klaalmraee Florida with the yeas and nay thereon' and ,Resolve' to the ..1udlcl.".. ." .AJTO $ORQOE.
5 on the llth day of October. 114 they' did determine and direct that the Be It by the Legislature ..f Citizens Bank Building
Col-line. American who live in Paris a
< I women Claimant name aa witnesses: R. B.Willie aid .Joint Resolution be submitted to the State of Florida
and asked them to aeslst him until he and London have been leaders in relief of Aider Florida:; iila d'.nt the electoos of the State at the General That the following amendment to Klsslmmee, Floi Ida ,J
4 .was able to work. Upon motion dulySeconded work there. Money for the work of Alg-er, Florida; C. R Election In November 1.14. Section On. of Article V of the Constitution Phon"l Office 297' or M
Alger Florida B. H. Guy of Alser, I. hereby agreed to and shall
: I' H. Crawford.
the board agreed to allow I Now. Therefore, ; Clay
mansion for hospital
splendid us. as Florida and submitted to the electors -
r him $le. and the clerk was Instructedto Secretary of State of the State of Florida proposed 26K.
service have all been of, the State for > aI or re Residence r
draw a warrant for.the- amount and personal I HENRY S. CHUBB. do hereby give notice that apaera' n. genera election 141"v
,. ; The_ board_ took a recess until 1:CO'The tendered to the Red Cross. Register Election will be held In each county '.ction at the next said Section
I raP hereafter, that le to say.
t P.M- In Florida on Tuesday next *uoceedlna -
of New York
Mrs. Law
George shall amendedo
of said Article be
FIItALDISCHAROK. the first Monday In N" ..lDber.A. One -
board met again at 1:00 P. M_ NOTICE OF EXECUTOR FOR
..i.: all officers whose beauty has been the admiration; D. 114 the said Tuesday being the a* to read a. follows
'' billresefornt.the continents is of the third of November for the ratification Section 1, The judicial power of the
\ The lumber Baaslnger- of two one recruits day State shall be vested In a T.M. RIVERS,.If. D.'
f Okeechobee kt"on up and It is with the French Red .. .. or rejection of the said Joint Circuit Courts Courts Of Record I
the clerk Instructed draw !. c..rt'.f the C M .. warrant for was ItOt part payment on a Cross that she is said to intend to Florida. I the Constitution of the State of Florida of Escambla County County Criminal CourtsCounty ', PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Courts. Judges aad Justice .
.l work. In re Estate of Charles Edward Frank via
same.Dr. Miller came before the board and lln Oaceola County. A Joint Resolution proposing anAmendment of the Pease and such other Courtsor ; Office oyer Osceola/ Pharmacf .1 ,
Notice I* hereby given 'to all whom to Section Six <4). of Ar Commissions aa the Legislature may
agreed to do the practice for the county 1,El
Burofiter Terry case '
It concern that on the Id day ofNovember from time to time ordain and establish.compensationr Rald.Doe' ai..
may l!
at the rate of II capita erRontb. Symp- (I) of
per Cor :Juror
j D. O Taylor these State of relating totlCouo the PBONE8t:
A. D. 114. we shall apply to Florida may
; and furnish all medlelnes. Tie ter Terry case 1.85 the Honorable T. M. Murphy ju... .. of ty Oaloers.Be of the pJustices -andJudges .r r Office 148

tinall J. D. Chunn Cor. Juror. Bumpter aid court aa Judge of probate, for a It resolved by the Legislature of of the several courts, but no -t
Terry case ...._________ 1.B5Pearl heretofore established under theConstitution -
Mr. B Tatlo before the boardIn final as executor of the estate the State of Florida: court
came witness
Terry $umpter Charles and law of Florida hall
of Edward Franklin, de- *
the interest of Mr. W L. Bryan and .to That the following amendment to
Terry case f
f: ' family stating that the county would Ella witness-Sumpter oeaaed; and that at the earn time we Section Six" (4) of Article Eight: (I), be hereby abolished W.L W1NN

have to send them to the poor farm or rry.ra. _________________ .(0 will present our final account. aa ei-, of the Constitution of the State of r.-
end them back 4o their people In Ok A. Lomas, witness. BumpierTerry eoutore of. said estate, and ark for their Florida la hereby agreed to and _shallbe The votes cast In compliance with 'PHYSICIAN'OMce
lahoma. motion, duly seconded .10 age submitted to the electors of the I
case Dated and the
: I'dU $7d May 11t"A.! D. 1)14H State the general to beheld said proposed amendmenta
the agreed. to allow them Ed Ramsey witness Sumpter O\h ITt declarations and returns
i + on their car fare on condition that Terry case --.....-__ .80 ELLA M. M.BREAKER FRANKLIN first Tuesday November. canvass thereof, shall be subjected to the same 2nd Floor Wlllson BnOdinc.Ksn .
the city council of 8t Cloud would pay J e Short witness Sumpter Executors., A. D. HI4, for ratification or rejection; regulations and restrictions ... are nic* PsioMa K___
the balance; and the clerk was instructed Terry case -K> OEO. F. PARKER. Section 4. The Legislature shall provide provided by law for general elections Orgies ProHs V7, rlewa ;.
'. to advance said amount when D. Terry witness Sumpter for the election by the qualifiedelectors In the State of Florida.In ;
called for Terry case _________________ .10 Attorney. In each County of the follow Testimony Whereof. I have hereuntoset
'r' .' Mr. Tatlo also reported that Mr, E.) J. AJ holding Inquest ing county officer ,A Clerk of the my hand and affixed, the Great C. '.. HYATT w
Jennings of St. Cloud was In destitute 'ib.yTe -------- 4 40 Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Constables, a Seal of the Stats of Florida at Tallahassee DR..
circumstance and asked them to help 8. L. Lupfer commissions ___. II 44 County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Collector the Capital this the twen Physician
?} her. Upon motion duly seconded, the New Eden iIanL Co. ,- 10.00 The Old Standard' central etrenffthralna tonic, a Superintendent of Publlo Instruction ty-fifth day of July.; A. D. 1(14. ,
d 1 clerk was Instructed to draw a warrantIn Dutton Harris Co. __:.____ .i4 G C.ROVR TA8TELK88 chill TONIC,driVe*out and a County Surveyor. Theterm Phones ;
her favor for til as maintenance o. W. Asnton road pay roll __ 'I.U Malarl..enriches the blood M ad balhUnnthesre.tern. of : all tIuirl1 officers H. CLAY CRAWFORD ..
Mr. W. W Chandler came before. the John Barber, work at poor A Uu tODlc. For adult and children, hoe mentioned In this -be'for teaL) Secretary of State Office, 1>7 .ItJa.l im.i .

board and asked them to pay for the farm _______________________ *.88 s
r +. work done on the road between BaavTHnger Freeman. Stokes. work at poor --- --- -- -- -, -- R ea. 218 Florlds.

and the> Klsilmmre. river and farm _______________________ 11.n tO" t l ''it frt ''l < +
4 -_?Mr. Willie Williams, being present. Seminole Pharmacy medicine
> agreed to advance the amount on said to road gang T.10 .*
.' road on condition that the board would I Osoeola Hdw Co., AuppUeso H D. GEIGER.
have a short piece of road graded to road 108.21'Irori. I
gang ----------------- .
connect with the present grade, same F. B .Harvey, clearing logs PROGRESSIVEBusiness
4 being agreed to by the board. ... ._________ 1.00 ATTORNEY-AT-LA VI '
,!1 B. R the E. E. Fairbanks, supplies to
,*boltd and tedtthatrthey take Immediate poor farm __.....-.--.--- II,IT Office State Bank Bnildlng"Klsslmmee'
vV action In the matter of having :M:. Warren one month work on. "
; the side track of the A. C. L. railway Co. road -,_____ 110,00 Florida' t
f* at Campbell changed, whereupon their Q. Tucker guard .__________ 3000
1 1 attorney 'was Instructed to take It up Arthur Warren guard ____r__ 86 OO .
ee with Captain Haley at once. J. Q Vlnlng guard 36 OO : -
Mr B. CTQuInn came before they B. W. Gilbert guard _- SB,00 People F. PARKER. '
board ;'dl stated that the inside walla Sam Rod ers, guard ..- 300 QEO. i'
of the court house and the wood work Tom Summers, guard _-- ---- 700
ter\ was In need of repairs, and agreed to Bert Arnold supplies to road Attorney-at-Law. -
r put two coat. of Hat coat finish on the gang -... 'UOIp'f..n -
walls and hardoll the woodwork for W. B. Maklnson Co.;supplies to .QIlection4 and Conveyancing' is""j a
.. Upon. motionduly, road 10,.41
secondedthe, board agreed. to have the R /ouDipiiii; o You Should Know Specialties.,1']''

work ,done and Mr. O'QuInn was. in-. road gang....-.-..-----....__ 1111,IIEo '. l2Vi Broadway. S ., 4'
strutted to proceed with the work R. Bass,work on road_____' ".,8( : . ,
.r A letter from the Good Roads Ma 1. H. Ingram carrying Walter; "
read Richardson to Marianna ...->.' II.tO '.>'.. >,
i land.the clerk: war uctedpoDdraw'two '
Robert Bass, supplies to road '
", Warrants' for the amount due them gang ..---._-...._..j 7.2SP. . 0F, KR BB$ !V1i'
payable on Jan. 1 and Feb. 1A.. D. ..Trudelk supplies to road I
11111. .gE .. ______ ____.- $..61J. ATTORNEY AT LAw KJ88IMMJ:1I: Fwi. + s'
George F. Krlbbs. Esq. as attorney. R. Sotry supplies to road -- ...,... '"
for the cltlsens of Shingle Creek filed gang _.--- I.*SW "Examination
of Titles) .
a notice with the board, .t..tlnll' that! at & Carson Orp. COJsupplies a SpeclsJy.
i their regular meetingIn October, he to road gang -- 480.61 KISSIMMEE Notification and. payment ot taxes .of'
M Warren, freight paid for. "
given careful .
reing county -.--- '.I? I p
ises of P. O Cromartle south to the M Kats. supplies to road !KanK 17.86Klsslmmee attention. l i
Shingle Creek railroad station Wagon Works; con A
Oath of Mr. H. N. Bratton a. county vict cage --- 101.64(
: enumerator was presented. to the L. R. Farmer amounpafor '
board; and same ordered filed work on Con. cage 41.40S Pat Josnston Gf: P Gatrete
y ( Mr. B. F Muncell.. secretary of the H. Bullock cost In Chas I A GARRETT
Republican Party of St. Cloud filed Crump case _-- 11.70 JOHNSTON .
with the board o list of the names who i L H. ftiftrnm. costs In Chee.;: at Law 11W

: t were nominated by the Republican party Crump case _______u.uu 1$.01 '
e i on the 29th day of July A D 1814 K. I.. Brltt teams and paint' to EGGERSGLUESS & RIEDEL. F. IL LAWSON O. K. BAKERY Offces10,11altM .

Hon. H. Clay Crawford Secretary. of Co. -------_-.- 71.00 'I E. A. Niemeyer Citizens Bank BIdg. .4
t'- the State filed with the board aHa' L. H. Ingrain, feed of prisoners Carpenter and Repair Shop k
of the candidate* of the Democratic' _____n_._ 88.00 Red Band Brand Candy Kissimmee, Florida.
Party for state offices. K. 1. Krltt guard MOO Cash Store .
lumber 71.41 Inside Fvrnishinff Screening 15c Ib. S.
The following bill of costs were ex- May Lumber Co., : per
y} smlnedjand approved by the board to- Waters & C. Oro. Co' mule. feed 371.66 anel Cabinet Work .;4e.
igry't' wit: Statei of Florida vs W. Henry I L H. Innrnm. costn K S.,Led Our Specialty. Guaranteed Pare. LOCI C.eiASSBYLmte T. news WASLOW
Savage; State of Florida v... Charlie better case 2.90T. CoDiwel for Juds of tae e
Crump and the State of Florida vs M Murphy cost In F. 8 10 Broadway." rhnids R. R. Comm Crimtaal Court ,
y F. 8. LedbetterRj 1 Ledbetter. case _____________ 106
tt Tbe sheriffs feed. bill of prisoners J. 1. Hargrove, supplies to road MASSEY: & WARLOWATTO1tNEYR
m was examined, and approved; also the gang .__________- 17.68 1 J. W. PRENTIS!: WATERS. & CARSON GROCERY W. MAKINSON CO. j
x payroll of Jurors and witness. In the Standard Oil Co., oil to Co.____ B.60 AND COUNBELLOS]
coroner's Inquest. on the body of Sumter C. L Hyatt, medical services Machines Co.Ererythlag.
Pianos Organs Talking AT LAW
____ JB.10
10k Terry. r -- Boat '
County Treasurer's. report to the C. L.dJatTi; c l attentionto Sewing Machine. Hardware Cutlery, Practice la all the. Courts of the State.... at '
i Ststr.Auditor was examined, ) and ..p. Jail prisoners -.- 1100J. the United States, also before the Florida Bail '
proved. 1. Hargrave, .. to W. to Ecat SnppUea and road Commission sod the late..mate rsmnnns
The Board Instructed the clerk to L. family ___Un_ IS 0* Broadway o.-mlaal,. . ,
borrow from the State Bank of KIs- R. V. Lanier, repairs on Co. Machineryw. 11-14 'fJ.'
slmmse SX.500 to be applied on the bridge _......._..._ 1 00 *Up- y
,Road Fund. Zach Rials, meat of road gang I.41 .. G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY. CO. r r
S a The following bill were examined, Osceola Journal legal printing 1 .80Oaceola O. F. BASS.Contractor alp f
approved and warrants ordered drawn* Tel. Cp. phone rent
'qr pi L. Lesley, commissioner.__f 4 00 Aug. __ _..__-.__ I.OOL. Adding Machine and t Darlington Are. In
R. V. Lanier, commissioner___ B.00 H. Walker, lumber ..- 101.00 H. JENKINS''
A. F. Bass commissioner..... 1.00 P. J. Meyer, lumber poor farm Is.!* Typewriters Property Sold OBCommission. Plain and Decoratlre -rp.
is O R. Bass commissioner11.00 Will Stewart fish to road gang 4." *!
W. F. ,Walker commissioner. so.oo J. W. Prentls.: Tress. Kiss. Band f Painting and Paperhanging SURVEYOR *<

;tir1 W. J. Bears Atty. for board__ 10.84CO Co., donation .-.__.__->- 150.00 For Bale 115 ,' '
j. B. Bass, Janitor____________ .00SO J J. Padgett, meat to road Spronle Ave. Phone M. '
i John Davis Supt. Poor Farm_ .00 gang _______________________ l.ll Fraternity, Hall Klaaiioniea, Fla.
a '" ; J, I* Overatreet, clerk and Audi Ketch A Hail repairs on Co. DAWN'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
S and Rec. Stock Report '400IX 10.00 E. E. MAGEE
----- --------- D. O. MKAY REAL ESATB
L H. Ingram, care of Jail .. .(0IS O.onHCiw.. Co.. Corr. Irotopoor .
H. D. Pros. AttyH. .--::-- .II farm _.___ .____ .4I Dry Good Clothing Sheea, Carpenter and Builder I
. D oer.-.r. conviction_..___ .JB.OO Howge Davis. hay for Co. AGENCY J. J. HICKS '
c T. M. Murphy Judge; Co. Ct.,, 2S.00IS teams ......-__-.__-.. It.II I DR. .
.T. :M. Murphy. Judge Juv. Ct.__ .60 Btate' Bank of Klsalmmee! loan 1.100.00 Fomlshlnga. a Graystone Block Job Work and General Repairing Physician
O. W Ashton. Supt. Roads76.00 State Bank of Klsslmmee Interest Saw ;
L. R. Farmer Capt. Guards._ 0.00 on loan ________._____ 100.00 Filing a Specialty5e and Surgeon -
Frank Evans, maintenance___ 100 Good Roads Machine Co., convict .. and tOe Store on Third Floor. BeD Land Anywhere; on Contmiaaio IS Darlington Ave '
, B. :M. McClelland maintenance 18.00 cage 404 41 I Office Phones 1.
l MI. Ada Lewis, maintenance__ 11.00 Good<< Roads Macblns Co., con a
(1ReI.tJ. .
State Bank Bid. OfCra
> 109.60 .
Mrs. J. M. Btswart. malntenHenVy cage - : +
aqoe 500 Mrs.ctm. Jennings, maintenance. 1100 J. D. CLARK UNLEY Y. R. ELLIS s* +F
'f pulihan-; : ; : BOO J.. W. Collins, maintenance.00 COLE ft

\ Cad McCoy maintenance6.00 Paid Warrants were ordered cancelled Real Estate Broker Electrical Contractor
J. 1. Overatreet release fee from the various fund as fol- W.
paid state and Co. "on let..'_ 14.00 lows: Jewelers and Optometrist Thompson,
:jdsslmmee Water & Light General Revenue ....__.?_.$ ISO(1 Broadway." Water and Light Collector

1 :: Plant. lights Aug.____. _--- 11.10U. Road Fund _._._____ 1.111.11 '
'. C. Stanford-jCo.. supplies-J- to Fine and Forfeiture Fund _... 44s 84 28 Broadway. Phone 220 8 Darliagto Ave -
:t road gang : The Treasurer's Report showed the

'-.,..; rt. o.-.f.rtlliser--for- following balance on. hand Sept. 1. .
,::"J hF farmWalked. 104.70 ItU)- -' .. : H. C. STANFORD FUNERAL DIRECTOR '
. C0.
vans& Cogewell Co.. Oeneral Fund -i-i_;* 4.111,81 .
( supplies 4o clerk's office._ 11.10 Pine and Forfeiture ?-,...._ 4.110 ""M1fEJtS.AWTEBERNEST L. GRJIR1If ._ '
t OSO.TD. Barnard abstract and School Fund "__-.._,_-... L 1,821.00 Goods Clothing and Bhasa -' ...... : ....
teed record'.__*__-_-_.__-.. ,141.05 Road Fund ,_._..__.-....._ .' 14111 Dry '. Writer !LICENSED EMBALMER 'r ,
The" H. W. B Drew Co. '' s" 8.,D. No.I.---. le..11 . Sign and DocoraUr . f
Sneeds envelope ____+__-+ 10.13 8. 8. D. Na2..______a.,.-- 136.d' 1'uaIaIaIap'.0I Boeka and StatloeMry' PainterPhoaeZM. .. .>(
..J.1 L. Overstreet. Tran Record S. D. No. __ _- n'.IT ,, .L t,
In .. ;e'15.00 1 8 D.: No. 5__.._::_n::__ " --- sr" ;

J O- *.' prrivi H.cae."r., p.B an. NO 1__......?_..: -"14.ita N_ '!!'."., 114 -... ... : ,
Brown meat to road gang 111171L. 8.. D. No. a..5 _...-......_.,.. -1.Ii N. ,..'..... .. --.f. . .Store.... and. Chapel I. Stewart. AT. J'f. ,-
--' ,
medicine to 1.
4, road.' Roberaon gang .....-r-.___-.__jKlavlmmee ,14.1 .5' :Total.:.._-__;"...-_-__! .7e "',- nrrrON.R1IJRIIII'co.. .. '\. -r :-. ,,,,,"1 F'--
TeL eo.. phone a-t 1.70 The Tax Collectors Report showedOenrral .... < .. .' ." .t.i.
,'J'.J.' M.TMurpby. eo.t. Jn 'W. 't'I'I; License collected, .none 1 .auto .I Get,Yew.CamdUaJFreak .max UM .' . "" ; "\ .i iVSPEnntART
f ." Ravage ease _.--...- ;. license I6.SO collected. < : .J .r':.0. ", #, .- '-. ' .
7agram;:.! .) ,,w.wage .. :; ;;* The 'Tax Collector. Poll Tax Report .' beeIi'' -j(' .CANJ1rJtI: :: '1-: 'to Whan tn i..Gf'*
+.: '. ,/ _
collected. '
< 'I.j'u. oar ____.r '\\M hewed.nothing II' '')
I, .. j! J' rt.r. Cor. Juror Sumpier -, .' There being no .. :..... ,'.... ** Braajdwayr. .' 8USGDONOaB -,, f<'t .
? . .. .......... '
erry'sass _._______1 ',J.I5S.II fore the board motion for adjournment r" -"> ... -r-T'-f-j. . .'II-. ... ", ''1 _. "..:.J" -" .. . C.r .".r4lr. Waa' made and the board adjolraed to 1M Broadway. I -' y. < : .. ,- 1b5-..... .' "
<' I..:..p2, pt.r Terry ease _. -- ,.,I meet on the.ith day of October,t A* IX '. 4 ; .'. c. ,, He w4v )rrwm., .; A. F. RICHMOND "':i".
lIoat8400&,. Cot., .Juror.. ., -
1-t..1,4 4. Xl L'ASL n CblilrtfAtlest'.Jr ,
... : tel'\"r"" case ...----- : : : .' ... .,.

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Nation's Peace Loving Chief small fruit, truck farm or stock ADVERTISING'1
ranch. Prefer place equipped ready
_ to to. work, with house for family ." 1
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I Baltimore.-"I am glad we have in I hear nobody now speak of It except in 1 1I' I and place to keep cow and chickens. five Cents Per Line
the White House one who will not I' terms of respect. The peaceful meth-I i by experienced German farmer from "
ods of the New World stand 'the North. For information write me . Lath Insertion' J.
I permit America to be drawn into the C. W. Schulze,. R. F ;
striking contrast to live methods of the at Victoria, Vn. ,. .
"* warfare now raging," said Secretary World. j'j'IOld D. No. 1. 33-2 -
St. Louis.
AGAIN were drowned when: a St. Louis persons and of State William J- Bryan at the ban- I "It is not because our President \:
: | San Francisco westbound passenger quet here Saturday of the Maryland doubts the patriotism of the people of i Plies Cured In 6 to 1-4 Days I
Society of the War of 1812. this country. He knows that if there
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into cloudburst
plunged a I refund
Your druasit money
j miles west of Lebanon, Mo., and twopassenger "For a while," Mr. Bryan continued I was a call for a million volunteers at'' II-i to cute far ct O.IfIt..,,
; "there was a good deal of criticism sunrise, the sun would go down on a i Blind,Dleedlni I or ProtAiding II"'ID 6to I4d r..
into flooded ,.
cars toppled a The lint application 'n HIM and Re t. JOc roil SALE OR '
k, Efficient Teaching Corps ravine.' I 'watchful waiting; but you million men who had responded. I :I;

i. Eighteen' persons were injured.The I Complete Mod--Plcture Theatre '
wreck occurred before day- : in_ one of the best towns in '
break. For several hours the train '
This Year I Central Florida.
had been proceeding carefully, as the Best location in town. ;
<'__ engineer' feared the heavy rains had WHY YOU SHOULD OWN 20 Swell front and lobby.
KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS OPENED: weakened the track. Just as the locomotive Practically new. "
", MONDAY WITH, AX ENROLLMENT \ struck a curve, marking the Theatre and stage completely and
,( OF 570-DOWN TO EARNEST edge of a ravine two miles from Lebanon modernly equipped throughout;
WORK .NOW. the engineer saw a wall of wa- Ready for business. '
ter ahead. Though going only fifteen Capacity over 400.
The Kissimmee schools opened Monday ; ; miles an hour, the train could not be : ACRES OF THIS CITRUS LAND Season about to open.
', morning with a'flattering first stopped. The twelve-foot embankment ) For information, address:
r day attendance and with a large number on which the track crossed the P. O. Box 367, Kissimmce, Flan : r
of parents and friends present to I I ravine had been swept away. II Proposition call for money. Do
join In the opening exercises and see The locomotive and the mail and not answer unless you mean bus '
i the year''. work Inaugurated. I'I'i I baggage cars crossed the ravine on iness. t I II
ai The opening exercises in the high the sagging track before they left the We believe that no other section of beautiful Florida has future I I
P school were interesting and impressive. rails and toppled partly over into I
t Promptly at 8:30: o'clock the three feet of water. The smoking car
brighter than the future of Osceola County. We believe this because
school children, faculty and visitorsassembled and chair cars rolled over into the
S in the auditorium and ravine, through which a torrent was
many happy voices joined in the opening pouring, sinking deep into the rushing we are familiar with every marketable section of this wonderland_ of
hymn. Come Thou, Alml hty King. water. The sleeping cars remained -
f Principal R. M. Evans, presiding over on the raUs.'TROOPS the nation. We have studied deeply in this question. We are in a FOR RENT-8-room residence, furnished '
cL3t: the exercises, presented the Rev. SiW. $15; 6-room. $10; 5-roorti
W ''Lawler pastor of the Methodist' position to speak from wide knowledge and understanding.. And when we laT that the land $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and.i V .1
J' church, who read a Scripture lesSion. LEAVE known aa the "Brown Estate" is a wonderful piece of citrus land, with a magnificent future surance, 202 Broadway.FOR '

1 ,Dr. Witherspoon of the Presbyterian it means that we are speaking of an Established fact. It admits of no question.This -*:
a church, then offered prayer. Brief SALE-3,600 acres of timber
w" addresses were made by both ministers property lies light in the very path of I hopekaliga. and 80 rods northeast of Lake Ru tell- cut 3,000 feet to acre. Will sell for
w'' and by; County Superintendent progress Development must envelope this tract It I right in between two lakes-thit land is 'absolutelycannot $3 acre. Houses for rent, furnished.r-

.t 'W J.' Sears. Concluding the program VERA CRUZWashington.Evacuatlon escape it. Located just 12 mile south of I frostproof and ha a climate so mild that even the and unfurnished. See J. McPhatter.
'4; ,Prof. Evans made the announcements, '
Kissimmee-near the southwest shore of Lake Totender lemon
4 \then the pupils returned to their tree thrives free from cold. SMOOTH C4.YENNE Pineapple "
> rooms, where they were given instructions plant! $5 per hundred.. Crimm.
Tx as to book and supplies and assigned of Vera St, -Cloud FTa S8-2tpd ,
J to... their grades. Crux was ordered Wednesday by President Make Your Dollars Growing Dollars I
.' ( Wilson. -9-room boarding house.f..
; Enrolling Pppile.When ,
American soldiers and marines, under Modern large lot. Terms. 209'
tb work of enrolling the : General Fun.ton, who have held -- .. -- ., Park street,Kissimmee. S9-5t pd ,
s. pils wai' completed It was found that Mexico's principal seaport since it was rIne land itself 'consists, of Hammock Grove, virtue of the rich sandy top and clay l sub-soil. Poorwhich 't., '"
c' '670 children were' in attendance on I seized by the fleet,April 21, last,:will mean that it is high above the water and covered land would never furnish the nutriment which such FOR SALE OR .TRADE-Bowling'ti '

", s\ 'excellent opening''day.enrollment That for is considered the beginning an embark for- home as soon as transports with a growth of magnificent live oaks growing mammoth trees require. Your dollar will become Miller.!?/' Broadway. Apply to J. W. v, ,.
after them
,;: ;).(\f the term and judging from past afterward can go all of the war fleet excepta hickories and other varieties of hard-wood trees. The growing dollar/ when invested in 20 acres of this soil. ST-lt

'''1I1YYt'ar.. it Is indicative of an enrollment few light draft vessels will. be with immense growth which the old trees have attained Soil and climate combine to make this land one of FOR Thoroughbred Brown Leghorn >.,.
'_ by the first of January. At drawn. testifies not only to their long life but as well to'the the richest and most fertile. tract in Florida and Cockrels Pullets and liens, inquireof ?
,, present 176 pupils are enrolled in the The evacuation order was announced E. K. Longanecker, Route 1, t
: IJ', first and second grades 233 in the at the White House today after a one which is not excelled for raising lemons, grapefruit oranges and Kissimmee.TO .
: ?'t intermediate grades 83 in the grammar ng cabinet meeting. It is the con- other semi-tropical! fruits of exceptional quality and}flavor. The tractis
" school, and 79 in the high school cluding chapter of the second armed LAND VALUES DOUBLING located within one mile of the "John Lee dock., and you are assured EXCHANGE-A restaurant and r
., department. The kindergarten, which conflict between the United States I of good transportation facilities for fruit. stock ,of merch.ndise.building and
Is just being established, opened with and Mexico, in which a score of ALMOST EVERY YEAR your lot; total valuation $2.000; to exchange ,
ten bright faced tots in attendance Americans lost their lives, and nearly There are only 220 acres of this high hammock. We are goingto for land suitable for truck
1, and new ones are coming in'every day. a hundred were wounded and upwardsof I farming or fruit, unimproved or
,With the exception of the expression/ :'iOO Mexicans were killed or wounded. you want to live where to divide; the tract into 2Q acre plats. These tracts are going to be slightly improved. Can pay some i'
teacher Mrs. Cooke, and the director I fresh foods can be grown in sold to the first eleven people who want them at the low price of $40 cash difference. A good location ,
j >of the'school orchestra' R. DeWitt your garden every day of the here, no competition. C. E. Roblin
e Brown, all the teachers were at their I class work. The extension of the year; surrounded by flowers per acre. Favorable terms will be given on these tracts. Benton!, Bdtler Co., Kansas.
posts ;Monday morning and glad to l begin high school curriculum to include and tropical fruits; where ,
'. work. The pupils were glad too.I courses in zoology and botany is an there has never been a sunstroke LOST-Two miles west of Kti sim..- I -;.
{'* judging1 from their happy" faces and I important change the division of the ; where balmy breezes Big Sure Profits CertainIf mee, on road to Campbell's Station, '",.
t the sound of merry voices ringingthrough .third grade into A and B with a teach- always blow; where -comfortis Sunday, the 13th, red leather, suit '
the hall!. >r for each section is another, and the guaranteed and where case', containingsuit of clothes and '..
.: The teaching force this year is ex establishment of a kindergarten is a peace and happiness take the valuables. Reward if returned to '
R ceptionallystrong and with three ad- third. Two new rooms have been ad- place of the never-ending annoyances you want to double and triple I your money insideof a year or Gazette office. 39-2t pd .

s ditlonal teachers numbers twenty-five. ded to the building occupied by the and struggles of two-this i is the place. Why pay $1,000 per acre for a grove when
; Many of these are the teachers who lower grades and the kindergarten in the frozen North-if so write FOR SALE-Only new and second, ;
; :.have been here for years and whose domiciled in the Sears building on us about this exceptional op- you can buy this high grade citrus I land' at $40 per acre and then hand store in town of 5,000. Ex. I. ,111

a ,ability is unquestioned. The new Main street, HO as to give plenty of portunity. We' say to you with the expenditure of a few dollars and some labor you can develop ceptional ..opportunity for hustler.
W teachers come as highly recommend room for every department and thusnake that there is" no finer land Good reasons for selling V. E. Mu!.' '
a. ;z.- ed. Miss Louis Clark, of Tallahassee, for greater efficiency every- anywhere in the state. And your own grove and reap the profits lennix, Kissimmee. tf
y and R. F. Webb, of Tampa, are newteachers where. we sell it to you on condition .
;& 4' in the high school depart- The two literary societies-Utopian I that if there is any better A .I'IU e- piece o* I land" here will yield you a good living-produce WANTED---Orders for cypress field i
8t ment. Miss Clark is instructor of and Stenolakee-will be reorganized land you can get your money good substantial income will increase boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lum'
a ultimately in value
Latin and French. Mr. Webb has the immediately and as soon as Mr. back. The price we are ask permanent. ; ber &: Furniture Co. 29-tf
sciences and in addition will direct the' Brown returns to the city the orchestra ing for this high! grade cittwenty-6ve times its present cost to you. Will you avail yourself of FOR RENT-Modern
I 6-room bun. t
'r school, athletics. will begin regular practice.It rus land is ridiculously low this now> is the it's
opportunity Today day- your day. in center of town. T. M. Murphy ,
t Athletics.It when Skit ;
I is the wish of Prof. Evans and you consider the valueof ,
I. proposed to lay special stress his teaching corps that the children I I products that can be \..
"u athletics this year and to try and find school work a pleasure and that raised per acre. Think of H! DWELLINGS for rent opply to M. Lt
interest all pupils in athletic work. they be given; an .opportunity to develop Twenty acres on easy pay. Tiller. ,
Basketball teams will be organized in every way possible so athletics ment terms at the low priceof H. BREAKER & CO. ;
t,. immediately both among the boys and music the literary societies and a cer- $40 per acre. Groves near FOR RENT OR SALETwostoq;'t.:t' A
t+ rr ,tfrls.' and the tennis courts are in tain social atmosphere are encouraged by are neld at $1,000per acre __ store building on Brack St. North ,
readiness for use at any time. .- and upward. This is. your .. Kissimmee. H. C. Stanford 29-ttr'
-''c r ''Prof i Evans is rapidly perfecting Thus, under favorable auspices, Kis chance. Will you act now! KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I t.
\ j" the school: organization/ teachers simmee begins another scholastic FOR RENT-Two 8-room flats with'
and' pupils are already doing earnest year. .'" .. I modern cbnvenlences. Apply at the (r.-.I'
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Y; a anything like our-pricer': ;:And ,Just to prove'thlsrpointW want you% .keep a complete Una of.imported toilet;,preparations;;,..which are selling '
,to come and sea our'window display-of Colgate's preparathina.' ere. at the,same.fbefore the war" prices. *. -*.- fi '"
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