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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 25, 1914
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00665
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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', .' Kissimmee, Fla., >SepL:22'f ,",1914. ", isuItin": profitless' season for: ;them. ,

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To The ,taken ,this,, matter up with..,theTlocal agencyof,

'Inter-State" .Commerce"
'Washington, ,Di(C.. 'I ':-i that .the company :is ,'helpless: ; ,that your 'honorable' ,body

'Gendemen--rhe'- 'Valley:; :Gazette** 'wishes: to"' call your; '',fixes s'all tariffs and that' the rates charged, are the.+rate*:

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,attention, to,'a.(',matter. which_ Js'of..gtay' ; :,importance ,'to: all, : fixed ,by, your; 'commission i ; \ '

yf, "' growers of :Qsceola f. J..1PQ1yourolecision'( wiIl',4e-' Therefore 'in la : Ii ,1"
; : }county.: : ; .' \ ) alfof'.Qsce county growers,, we re?

.',. 'pend..much"':as';to ,the, futureprosperity'of, this section.:, ', quest that your;, honorable, :body pass special: ':rate to apply::-'


\t: .:*: :'Forborne reason,, ex press rates 'from,this.point.i .to New : ,to this ,unusual situation,) WHICH' TARIFF, IS .TO :REMAIN -

;. ,\ t. ;York'.and England cities have been'greatly .i increased : IN 'FORCE: LONG:; '. 'ENOUGHrTO. SAVE: THIS
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_' ,1.: "tr what, they,'were .a year: ago,. For instance, under .the ". l SEASON'S ..CROPS.! After':that:, we"urge,:you' to ,investigate , ':

' ; Prate a 'grower could ship'a. crate of eggplant from this I this '',
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1f'" .pouit.to.,New Yorli..city. for-87," cents. 'This year the rate V get the square deal they' are, ;'entitled ,to. /;:

: i ;is increased .tp $1.42 12. In other words the ,rate on a [ ,

Will: you give this matter your,.iinrnediateatteiitionan'oblige. ,, '
fifty pound crate of vegetables from .Kis immee to New V .


{. York has been increased approximately 56' cents. .. ; We are, Yours.respectfully: :.. t G \i.\ :


t This ridiculous confiscates the growers' profits, .I' KISSIMMEE V ALLEY"GAZETTE'" ,, ,. !t

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'I ;.:':- LI.s ATTENTION TO FACT,' VASS ENTIRE CITY SATURDAYTO ,. 25,000:YOUNG CALVEJ BRANDED 8A.. L tN-T <
: THAT RATES NECRATED VEG. RAISE FUNDS TO PROVIDE Yh .YEARLY: SO RANGE IS'NOT.BE* \TBNDS.TO :EXTENDTAVAB:
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it'Y V' ETABLES ARE DOUBLE ENTERTAINMENT FOR WIN. tING DEPLETED BY'THESE, GULF BRANCH
THIS CITrIN1
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-+TAKING AWAY GROW.ERS' TER VISITORS.The : SALES. y ._ NEAR FUTL RE. '*,.*: '

., .,' C PROFITS... citizens' mass meeting held 1' \ ,!-"t.-M: Price,Armour;&>company'srepresentative ,Event of:the past week lead us,.'io.%

',The Monday afternoon for the purpose of has contracted for 600 surmise .tbat.'the' ..
following, statement regardingtheexcess ot Saboatd.'Alr
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head Osceola
more"
considering -ways and means to provides county..eattl.to
bas its
., express charges on railway eye on Kissknmee and
winter be shfpped to Chicago October
entertainment' the on
for ,
'1 crated fruit, and vegetable i* !sub 7. Henry Basa RuU Bass Acldas I* considering,extending--the Tava*** '
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tourists resulted in organizationbeing
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"witted to the wader of this paper by Bass and J. R Donegan and Gulf branch to, thi* point '.oe. '
which funds are the cattle
perfected through ; .
time In the fetor '
r- J. F. O'Berry; a' well known localLy near :
to furnish this
be and owner shipment
will collected expended to carryout
grower, with the Idea that It may ,the, program outlined in last Armour 'company entered the local -: Mr. Peoples?"sdpertntemfent'of< ,
R? start a discussion from 'which some. weeVs Gazette and calculated to be a market as a buyer late in'Augustand T. '&".G., in company;with 'hi* eon-,'
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Ks definite action- may; result.' Mr. OVw source of,pleasure and amusement to 'to'date have purchased close to' .traction engineer and two othe r-gn -
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J Berry's communication is In'the form townsfolk as well as visitors. w1 ir 3,600, head of cattle. The first ship.: tlemen. whose :connection ''With/ the Y
; of a letter addressed to the public. ', ment on September numbered more road its any was not ascertained were.
It appear herewith: Have Your Dollar Ready. than 1,200 head. Two,. additional visitors In the city one day last week, '
To this includes
sum up briefly, program motoring down; from Ocoee and i&.pectinl' ., ,
citrus traihloadscarrying 1.500 head, ; \* 4t J
,, A* the (hipping season for the covering of the city dock, '' the territol'1'-e.roote.bey"am.
have alnce.'beeli "
shipped out-' *
i fruit and vegetable approaches it so a temporary pavilion, ; .
Into town ..unannounced.huntedup S e,
placing 1 With ,the' heavy shipment* to ;tAr- :
notice. ,
mak** us Iltup and'take the of seats therein putting 8.B'
rnour* and a few small shipment,to Aultman. and spent abusy'halfday
t First we nrntt consider the material steps from the dock down to the wa- ,
looking'over the old
", to hip in, and the cost of jt; then ter s" edge, building a small boat office i buyers in this state seventy-five car northwest of trade,
town and In
loads of cattle have gone out of Kis property. )" .
we consult the express man and he on the pavilion, providing row ,:y
1 1I West Kisdmmee. :
'\ tells us he is sorry the rates are nearly boats and fishing tackle to be rented simmee this month(: which I i. about) '' j
half the' number shipped since the Mr., Peeptes'gave oat no 'definite ,"',
\ douMe" what they were last year hut that he Is powerless to help; that roomy launch to make regular runs first of the year. Cattlemen- figure Information a* to hi*,mission'to!Kis' i;
that approximately 10,000 head have simmee, but ''was i cordial in hi '
.the terstate Commerce Commission across the lake and back every houror very *
,iOxrM.he rates and there is no redress. two, more seats to be put in been shipped out of Osceola county. praise of the town. That: coupled .
r! .. since September of last with tb. fact that ,he and ,Us
year party
.Io't So ... find ourselves up against it 1 the parkway on Broadway, the ballroom raw
hard at the of Dakin I : Patrick 't.eft'lo! An, idea of the extent of the cattle openly discussed possible,'entri.. 'into
.:s: ,' good and i I corner avenue Chilean of Mr. and Mrs.C.., Hankin, 113' street. : '
in the is furnished town to Indicate
Industry considerable
county by ; seems
; ;; Now, in order to know where we and Broadway to be opened and music ,
right they James Garland. 5 ,old Mary Melissa six months= and ,
nand let's figure a little. Say' you : furnished certain\ nights in the week are years ; ;. recenfiUtietics gathered by local cat more than passing Inbrerk.
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J, Mp.. crate of eggplant to New York. I so people who enjoy dancing will have Foster, age four, years, { tlemen. They estimate that 25,000 For' some :time*'' ) n.:
i" ,The-a express on the crate Is $1.42%. a place tA 0A_ ft tourist motor car to '- ______ ___ _---=-"_______ _, ___ n n n n n n n_ young calves, are .branded every year have bee"end..orlllg1t<* wSy'it sells for 2.50; the commission make; daily"trips to various.points) in and that 12,600beef cattle can be & G.'consider Kissimmee in Its ex:...,
,:' > Mi 25 cents; crate, nails and paper the county, saddle horses for the chil- JURORS FOR OCTOBER TWO CARLOADS shipped out depleting the tendon south,'and ,it would be' very ''V
is 25 cents more (which is a low fig- dren, out-of-door band concerts several -: OF range. gratifying the people,of the.coun.ty -
&. i iti;J*. ure for this item) and with a cost of nights a week, etc. 1 The cattle Industry in Florida 1* to know that the company had determined .
'/y60. cents to grow and.pick and pack I' It is a program that will require SHIPPED considered to be still In Us infancy too extend its, road to'.this r,
; ';7 that crate, you have a total cost of some money to arty out, but with! TERM OF CO. COURT GRAPEFRUIT I 1 I and yet a rough estimate places the point. 'T. ':; x
number of cattle shipped out of the been
*2.43. Whf're.III. your ""fit.? i 1 the co-operation of every man and The road baa Just completed'toOcoee
,. a ; Fertilizer Much Higher. '!1 woman in the city the fund can be state the'past year at close to '15, OQ In Orange county.a distance of
Some will say that 60 cents is tool I> ratted without sacrifice on any on. individual's Following is the list of jurors State Fruit Inspector Edward,V of head. -_ leas than tw.tnty-ft."miJe." ,nortb'of'Kinlmmea
'. r high! an estimate of ,the cost to part Therefore it is proposed drawn to serve at the October term of Ocala, was a visitor in the city this "r'. .r _: "
pro-I I the County Court of Osceola county, week and accompanied Mr. John Lee i.
/f duce pick and pack that crate; to ask'every citizen to contribute I -
!;: which meets the 12th of NEW FRUIT S r '
Oc FIRM.FORJISSIMMEE
"" 'q '., you have the extra cost of -$I only to this fwnd. on day' I to''Southport to inspect the grapefruitin '
tober, A. D. 1914. 'the big Lee there. Mr. Edwards TEXAS
did rotconsider 1 grove -
which we TOJWNAND.OPEBAJE.BANK:
point .
;P, the shipping, and this it will cost Practical Pcpgram.To : A. B. Jarrellr J. H. Bronson, Charles pronounced the grapefruit .
year of this
.i\\ facilitate the collection Campbell, G. B. Woodall, J. F."God- r '
raise crate of vegetables ready to ship, and Thursday morning,
';\':.," than more It to ever, :has a, as the price of fertilizer'is i money and deemed to hurry wise the that improvementsit a definite win, R. L. Overstreet, J. E., B."t Jr. 'under the' direction of Mr GIluppel, : :' '
was
Frank Vans W. G.
Agnew Hanklns the work of picking and packing the
before
', much higher than ever '
't.iv content low.nd Organization should be formed to take J, E., Lupfer J..D.. Jeffords, Henry. fruit began. Two carloads will be A new firm starting business 'inKissimmee '
with the chemical charge of the entire matter. Out of O'Neal. shipped north from this this this week is A. Joseph'ftcompany ; : :
the the grove Austin l Texas'A'special 1 :i.ai ion
mass meetinl"there developed . Lee ,.dealer In fresh fruits and ,
week. The oranee.ln the
v.., ,i4 don't be fooled by this new Kissimmee Progressive Club with an grove located In' the Butler building of the Texas legislature. began"
''xpress rate. Some people think 'It will be ready to ship In two week (; : lrer. I+ ,
i" executive to direct .
body empowered
( Broadway. .
r.. Ii by the hundred pounds Instead of the collection- and expenditure 'of' all HOMESEEKEflS COME tune. Members of the'new.firm, are' experienced Wednesday to consider' tJM'.ltabUali.' o
, by the crate. The old rate to New 'funds. Col.. F. A: Lincoln was' elected While here,"Mr.: Edward inspected fruit men and are.getting. ment-of a central nk'Irau, with': +
".York wa 87 cents, and only a few president of the club; C.,F.Johnson\ tJw grove on Oliver' Island also, in an unusually fine stock of'J'OOda.. $20,000,000apitaL' ., [ *,t,
:cent*''. difference to all of the eastern secretary, and J.. L.. Lee, treasurer, I FROM S.; CAROIINAMr and pronounced the grapefruit' there The store room'occupied has been, 'A* now'projected the hank;:would
who, with C. A.. Carson..W. B., Hamland ready: for the market. remodeled bI..f' i have about "
.... ,5.;?. '(Continued .; Page Two : thoroughly to the 175,000,000 la Texas school ,
Pt '> J. D. Clark form.the executivecommittee. I bRuppel" who i* shipping .theLe. needs of the new concern and the land resource available !a* pledge* on.. '
nt ; .' 'An auxiliary: ,committee Geraldine Norton; who formerly fruit. Is manager of the fine new store adds to the appearance of;that which, to .secure'credit. .The object
.,.\ $00fP000000p0000004N006, : of" ladies Including Mesdames H. C. ) lived in Kissimmee; but who packing house, recently .erected ,InKUsimmee. section ,of Broadway :la which" it. U I* to provide an Institution:which"will;
:j1o .I'! 'BOARD OF TRADE. O Stanford S.--H* Bullock. 'E..,}:/: Wells has been reaiding.IaGreenvif., S. CX, V Thi establishment will ,located.. *, \\ loan money D.C1'OpL;' rj ,- .. f.
.' ' and S;B.- Aultman will In making hot be ready for operation before the '
assist
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1. '.! for some time, returned to Florida This :Is ,the second special 'sessionthisyearrTh A'
4"J;, 'O j ""Th"Boafti of Trade will meet.4 the.collections. ?. execntive- this week on a business trip, bringingwith first of October. r. It i* be' ..,Wadley Parker left last,, week:fo* first ending-:Tuetfday-: :rS
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_. ..,. ln regular session Monday night_* At a meeting the .committee her,eight prospective buyer; Because leg-ltted upwith '.most modem Atlanta,.where .he will take 'a course enacted a"law i enabling dtiav;ttownv /i1 .
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.. *,at,-7:3O o'clock in.l,the city{halt, and.,ladies' auxiliary' Wednea of the (illness of one.of the party machinery known to-, the citrus trade in pharmacy afc the Southern Pharma and individual.to bnUd.:to U i war*<"'-
('a; O All. are requested to bec* day itjwas decided, ,to atari Saturday four of 'them-remainect' in -.J acla DviII. and afford facilities for handling the ceuUcal"*chooLr- < -, ' *.;- house*,.und.r. taU'auperrieioiL'/ .
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ment.s the sit and .' fruit in the .quickest and sat _' 1. :,.. ;
"t.'pre tf V morning*canvassing ), ; jso- .. Mrs.' Norton '.ndu the others, .most '" .J "
,,,+; ; < '4.. ...... "-_ ,1. '-"" ",:'1' ,. .,..+ ltaksndiT$1 from;each penoffifor: |hi.. came;to Kissimmee 'and:.have:>spent ,Iaf&etorllII&DAer.;::: "' "f. '<.VV, --- + . i ft ,
f. ...t. ... O.o o,!. + _. _.;.,.1-. ;, , ;i '' ' ,:4Advises *I; everal days here looking over,property 'The Carson'paeklngTiouse'is being 'PPrltd; to->President j .
'- ,in thi*'vicinity.1 They have expressed operated by: :}; ; 't.!' :';themselves as"delighted:withKisaimmee one.. vi.,ready,. n I '. I
.: :A4boo! ', ;, BusinessMen / /. ;tf '*,}f't\, \' and some of them have already .. J".'two or.three week*-time the"eft,: '\ ,. .,For.. DirectGovernment' _.. : '.ZioaiSLIn .. d:
..... .... .. made purchase of'real estate. rofrait 8011-.0' berxmrfal'earnest'and f -- f '
,,; TaHa08: 'Confidence. 1 Mrs Norton connected with the, from allireport*' there will I bean Washington. ,D..'CVSept.{ .26v..:President spit t:ofxtfii :'' .y.;. jfcottanM; :'
f.rfil" : !!.J Neleoa'Realt': company of:thl.city,, Immense Kamount of,fruit'goimg;'Sat .Wilson.wan appealed ,to' today movement and'otb.rtallefy' l : -.
J, "r'+' -io ---..-_ -"*- '-_ though she,make.her headquarter i from this point this winter.a::V by a:'large -delegation. ref ,:'southern the denyuri. Ue eeMm.wail *
'i;+ f} <*:'Secretary-the TreasuryMeAdoor,lira itatementiisuid-io'the'bMc :+ In South Carolina 1'She Expect to re-:1 .;Vegetable*hipment '.willbegin\ farmer and congressmen '(o' give,his quate '1 M '*-- price' otc :.
;.' t <+; made thus pertinent.suggestion fo' : w ; .' : ,; torn there shortly, but states that she pebont.Octoberl. ,","i I>wi.T kR,;j"r." ; : ; suppert: to.the Henry,bill for;.direct high io help .r.wr,1ilto; a'i
.;;;, : frif ta. banks;: the wreaaat* and mrfact.seri thronghet'thMwiI . ,' will be Ih.Kissimme whir aaotfcer: *. "Ji, f A"" n .1.' ., HI t+' .., ?: "' =..ee...'pe. ..... ..... ...........
\ $ .ait. 'Uktag ooanel .f-fear.: sad wttl:go..,.forward,;wlh| ?+; rtr or'.two\ of the boniMesker dare! -iW."A. Smith Iris reMmed to eerumee.1oaM' 1......:., c.8.! lOie'Varraers tw'.e ..' .
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: 'centI""findyoo'hava- '.a, cost of $1.215. who don't know how. &0.p, ck.fled ;"

WORKPROGRESSING Business Optimism Lightens EXPRESS rES ARE If the crater is sold for $2.50, that.could' grade their stuff- .If. package or
crate leaves here three-fpurtha filledr
and
be reasonable figure
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would give the $1.15 profit:! what can it be expected; 'to look- like
Affairs of Entire >'BOOSTED' grower when it reaches .New York? It ie '
Nation"There TO SKY But, we cant do that. If we could : ,
for 'e mmill.lon..man
put vegetables and'fruit. In the market impossible your
_: at a reasonable price.so the masses to get a good price for stuff that does
: ", "is'..'' brighter tinge to commercial -j .,Louts says the retail trade .has (Continued,,merge One) could: eat them we could not raise not show up' well' but a goodwell..,
. and financial affairs this been,stimulated by' ..faljweather. citiep. 'Now' it I. $1.41 H per'crateand enough, to go around.' If w_ could graded J package makes a satisfied customer '
FACULTY. AND STUDENT BODY week" says rad.t..q."and the that collections 'r outside the' cotton\ a crate ha.'alway..been rated. at 'well tomatoes or eggplant for $2.60 to who win call for"Jour" brand
"., 'J8 THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED- stubborn optimism so .long displayed states are, better than they ''Were a from 40 to 50 pound' SB.Wwe could sell four or five time. again. .
'...,; UTERARY SOCIETIES AND. is now finding v s real basis for its year ago. '9 It seems that; the express companies,, a., mapy as w* can at $-C.or $5, because What we farmers want now if" 'for
,:ATHLETIC, CLUBS TO BEGIN expression" ... are killing the, goose that lay. the only the rich can afford to eat the papers all over the state ,.to take ,
,.WOR.JC.; The uncertainty, of the cotton situation Detroit says' business i, normal; golden egg. them .at' that- rice. So you lee if this rate business up, go after it
.. still keeps the South- In a Baltimore'' exhibits cheerfulness: Some say lets ship carload lots we had a reasonable express rate, tooth and tongs, and )have the''nerve a .
';earnest lagging condition although partly with mail .That Is 'all right where it be done "the would and backbone to stand up for the man
,, Tfwo weeks ,, work on th,11 i large orders from the South 1 can we could grow more, roads r
i \ art'of. Prof; R. M. Evans, principalft 1 due to the buy a, bale movement, the being rushed to supplement the,sparse I but what are, we going to do with the get four times as much to haul, and who tilts the soil. Think of-It-the
'r, the!i. Osceola High School, has I pride of cotton in better than even a buying done in the earlier season t fruits and vegetables up to a time the consumption would be greater be- king bra the throne as well,as the low. P .
1 rought about a splendid/ organiza- j week ago and the promise of still Atlanta cotton mills are running that a sufficient quantity is grown to canee' the stuff would' be [cheaper. est serf, must go to the farm for what ;r
Y Won of faculty and student body. Thsyear's higher market makes the South con full time, wholesale.trade t as well as do this T We find the little farmer allover Will I State Parx-ra',JlelpT he eats and wears. Remember""' that
:,. ,. work it being.undertaken with fident. collections are better' and that the thejccuntry and we find him with The only thing, as I see it, is for when the farmer is iri hard luck the b
,.1'. .a seat that'assuresflattering results. I The best trade.condition report merchants are granting extensionswith from one to- a dozen crates of fruits the growers to ship in refrigeratorcars whole country feels the effect of it,
,-' 'JProf. Evans states that in the eight come from the Northwest and the warehouae receipts as collateral. : and vegetables when hid fruit first and make up carload lots of Take a city with a prosperous farm- '-'
...years he has been at the head 'of the Northern frontier states and cities New York commences to mature. At the same mixed vegetables, consigning them to ing element around it, and you will
'' ti';ter .Xisflmmee school, he has never seen I where retail trade stimulated by the advises that staples and time there is still tin the northern the! various commission' houses in the see prosperous city every time.- ?
fancy dry goods active but I '
approach of cooler weather is poking are more markets the "home grown" produce- that the Respectfully, a;
}::1 ,a term start off more favorably. Par. the is same cltyand making sure
buying for current'need insteadof
I-V: >Ocularly gratifying l is the fact that up, the only real cause for 1 lagging future probably not nearly BO good as the produce is put up In neat, well-filled ._J. F. O'BERRY. '
i, f"c.st 'the several new teachers in the' school j I being the high -prices asked for food requirements. I Florida grown because the first cropon and gradedpackages, as it does not T
r arty doing their work so satisfactory ), stuffs,'and almost all commodities, Charleston, S. C., wholesale trade In thf vines are always the best, but pay to ship shoddy goods to the nor- Only One "BROMO QUININE"To r'tt!
7 'as to please both parents and pupils which cripples the buying ability of groceries continues good. Jobbers of that old "home grown" stuff depreci- thernand eastern markets. That is ret the rtnilne, call lor lull narov
;, ,* All of the members of the faculty, the masses. shoes, dry goods and wardware report ates the market to sotne extent. In going to be one difficulty with'car lot TIV'K BROMO QU1NINK.Cold Iooklor.lroata In Oat .
K. GROVE Cum a Day
.Iris The frenzied- buying of groceries, trade quiet. Retail trade is fair. other words, the northern trucker hasa There '
{ except the expression teacher and the : shipments. are So many people j coach and headache, and work oil cold.
:toI, ,director of the schoolorchestra, are I particularly sugar and flour, which Collections are slow. frost warning from the government,
1 < was 'common a week ago, has subsidedand In Richmond conservative optimism then he_goes_ to work and picks all he
wellorganized.' dealers and consumers seem to prevails. Sales of general merchandise can, big' and little, and rushes! it on '
1 the orchestra has notified Prof. Evans have stocked up and are content to are fair, and in foodstuffs tradeIs the market. That has to all be cleaned
,' that he will.reach Kissimmee the first, let .things rest. The effect is that active. Liberal offerings of bright up before we can get much for our
" of October, and it is expected that business in these lines is quieter. tobacco are being marketed at good vegetables, so you 'can readily see that I The Place Where Your Dime Last Like Dollars I 'I',
& 't; Mrs.' Cooke, the expression teacher, Chicago says trade in dry goods is >rice.. One market reports an aver with the exorbitant express rates it is
than at this time last and of 17 cent'. and impossible to ship our crops until the
v ,'er'trill be here soon. Miss Beals", the mu- larger year age a- pound, some K
'" sle teacher, Is. residing in St. Cloud at business on spring account is heavier sales have been made at from 30 cents market prices get very high-
et,A. this -tiaras only corning over for cer- 'than i it was a year ago. to 40 cents a pound. Rough on New Comers. I i
days tnihe.week but she __ The railroads send out all sorts of 1
.tain now, -, -. .-. --
- -'-r"n' = THE LIMIT STORE
literature and inducements to get
expects to move to Kissimmee in the people I
a
t to come to Florida, and the papers
i .near. future. a e Manager Jones Says Co-Operation all over the state are boosting
I Florida and urging people to come,
;s-,. It |la interesting to' note that sev-I Makes Citrus Exchange Success but the question is: what 'can the far
eral'of the faculty members are Os-
i do with these conditions
., ''' mer con-
'JI'' ceola High School graduates. These fronting him'1The We Want To Thank You
'it are Miss Ruth Butler, kindergarten I Among the speeches delivered at organization of that community which stuff can be grown in Florida- ',
.j' teacher Miss'Lucy Witherspoon, first the Citrus Seminar in session at co-operates in establishing a central more than the roads!! can handlebutthe
'grade Miss Cecelia Overstreet, Gainesville was that by Manager L. packing house; they co-operate in question arises: "What can we ..
fourth'grade B; Miss Jean Thomas, 1) Jones of the Citrus Exchange. handling and managing do with it when raise it?" The .. ..r. lav nplcsdld wrlraaae. 7.. sate .. darlaic -sefae..1.1N. "'
.i I ; they cooperate we ....... Wr mmir ..., sew .rt..... durl K !.. paM alx d.,. mm* waaoar
sixth grade B; and Miss Albina Mr. Jones spoke! in part as follows: in the picking of their fruit, result is that a lot of the new peoplecome that our arrvlrehaa ..I..... ,... ..d that vr* ...,. bate foar _.-
J, (, Smith, eighth A. Today the Florida Citrus Exchange I, they co-operate in all matters to the in, spend all they have for a I tlaavd .....0...... We try to rlT. y.a tar be.. talun .. the till, seC "j
If we have ..d feel well '
I p. we rewarded.
stands as an example of organized j common end. The various associations farm, then can't get; anything for
Among the young men and young strength, holding neither resentmentnor i co-operate to the establishingof what they raise. Thev go back north .Here.... are ..... ..... aarcalaa. .Theac.. ...1./.. ..... lest ..rt".. .>d wa
-women going away to school this year ill feelings and not a base thought sub-exchanges which are the clear-' and knock Florida. We have the fin- 70. t roe cadpeel ,
seven of them have already completed against any of those who will not join ( inghouses, and the forwarding est country the sun ever shone on, as [J
; their high school educationMisses I : with them, but are endeavoring by agents; these federate and establishthe healthful as any state in the union, 35c Roman Striped Ribbon 19c
3 Phyllis Jarrell. Eleanor Mosley, Lucy every honest means to teach and convince Florida Citrus Exchange, whichis so ','hy this dissatisfaction ? Saturday .
''Bnckels and Virginia Tiller, who have these men that co-operation is J' the sales organization for all of 'I Let's look at this in a sensible way. We latent have Jaat atjle received K.a.aa a Striped aew aaaatr I afthe

;' +' gone Tallahassee to enter the Wo- right upon principle, and that in this the growers. There are millions of people in the aaade of- .'....... 1111'". la aoft ....ibb.lcelers
man's college; and Misses Inez Car- organization it is right and efficient in Those who know of its operation North who want our fruit and vegetables ; Special .. twa alike ft laeheewide. 19

eon, Nellie Calkins and Mr. Edward I practice; that the greater the number t know that there i is not one act, one. but can't eat them. Why? Because Maaday A.I--u--regular. u 35_*___wale.Newest ______..; C
Newtora,,'Who have entered Columbia who join with it the greater will be telegram, one order or one sale thatis of the exorbitant express rates.If .
? : :College at Lake City, are all graduates Ita strength; that while many now enjoy not open to its entire membership. we could get a crate of beans to GirdlesHere '.
.f the Osceola High School. the benefits without bearing any Every act is reported to its members, I New York for 50 'cents express that

n' 1 iIr, of the burden, yet the maximum of it is open and above board, and we had cost 60 cents to grow pick and yaw will Sad the latent ....... at ....10. tm ..... ...,...., ,. ata
'.' ,, :An Indication of the importance of benefit has never been reached with- submit our organization, our courseof pack, allow the commission man 25 price 7.. eaa afford. to 1'.,.. T.... are I. all color ... ."' 1... Ca re y r
the Osceola High'School as an educee l in or without the fold; that the maxi- dealing our conduct of affairs, our ..d ... theak r f
only be obtained by the achievements and and ROMAN STRIPED GIRDLES. all allk. .aaaavtrd ......1......
the of mum can our success
, tional'institution-is enrollment Get YOUR HORSES SHOD BY ripen, ahlrred ...covered web with nelf-vovered ........ hook 50C t
a number of pupil from neighboringponntiea maximum growers co-operating. point out to you the chaotic and unstable aad eye f.------_ Y
this term. From Hanes City Fighting Citrus Canker.I condition of affairs prior to our M. J. MOLCAHYCANADIAN WAISTCOAT STYLE. Theao ....1.. .... la atolre. silk aad 1 1poptl.
'l, .come* Harley :Angle and Todd Smith, give to you as'evidence that thisis coming, and we leave it to the worldto ... M CI. Used rorreet ....110' ....,e. la black .... .....a. 50 C (! '
from .Apopka, Miss Jean Partin and our policy and our course of action judge whether our efforts have been and ...... Two poeketat at---------------------------------------'
in .school the fact that we have given to CLOTH ROMAN STRIPED GIHD1.KS__. ____________. __ SO* '
F i.. D. Geiger, all the high In vain, and we extend the hand of --- -- -----
Florida Growers and Shippers TANGO SILK NECK CORDSi a .., .).. cad popular dress am.- i
j department., Harold Mills is an out- the assistance and liberal fellowship to every grower of citrus _r,.. 4O larbra loasr .._r..ol...______________________________._IO.
; 4 of-the state, pupil, coming from Kan- League our of our the citrrus fruit in the. State of Florida 'who will SILK ANI LACE BREAKFAST CAPS-----------------------------.,_ae.
aid in the matter fighting -
,,' ,.... "e:: Taaco sad ........a.. Hair flmm, ... "
." canker. The hand of fellowshipwe adopt our cardinal principles' life an wltk aad wlthoat .rtln. __..1S. ,.;

'l \\ ;'New pupils.enrolled this week are have extended and do extend to honest fruit, honestly packed, offeredfor TAKE OUR PROFITS "
of Bernard C. every movement! in the State of honest
'the four children Prof an price.
'..Ctl :\ Anstead, ,,recently of,Georgia*. who e Florida, looking to the upbuilding of PERSONS & RAINEY I
horticulture
''at the head of the new business college her agriculture and pursuits -
_ and four children of Mr.. Frank and by; our action would we be J COOOOOOO..OOOO..OOOOO. ,. ,
Norton, who' has moved :here from Judged .
''Dundee, Fla.- In' order' to give his In giving "you' these,few thoughts tOt Hare Your. 4 .
v."p: 'children, the. ,advantages of the' local about the Florida, Citrus Exchange I i $ !$ $ '
want to give you some of the fundamentals tOt S tOt

school. * I of successful organization;, 1 ', Ready Saturday. + GET'YOUR"ROOHNGa NOW

fois "The' Bigb' Schoolboys' athletic as- want to'point out to you the features ,tOt '" The Kisslmmee '* HORSE' SHOER AT
that.are common to all successful cooperative tOt'. Progressive Club *
Jftfation-c.was reorganized last week efforts in the agriculturalfield. tOt ,Will Call For It. <+ J. J; Dann'. Wagon. Shop .
.. r and the boy. have already begun the .a v o "
F' practice of basketball. Officers electedwerepresident The basis of all co-operative effortis o I i 0 t < 101 i'0 i 0 ioi i . oiei, EMMETT STREET Near_ BROADWAY
I:" ,, Mat Carson; vice a common interest. If it is a mar-

I president Paul McKee; secretary and keting organization, to be successfulIf ....'-
..t ;, treasurer; asrgeant-at-arms, Sheldon past history is to be depended -- I
..Tohn.on.j"roI.IWebb: the new science' upon-the products of the members .. .
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Instructor will coach the bel '..
<, ) confine
l 1 .. must be similar, and to a I
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particular commodity, or commodities
}: ""The'Girl.'- Athletic association metTuesday of the same class and not general. I I

afternoon of this week and Co-Operation the Watchword.The I, :
elected officer. as follows: President,j I co-operation must be in a restricted 1
,toe.' O'Berry; vice president, Lillian area. The neighbors and

JI \ .vPrentisj, secretary, Edna Schweikart; I friends in a community with a com- I J Iw _
k' treasurer, Nina Bratton Arrange;' , mon end must join together. In the' II 'y.r
ar mental were made to have the tennis Florida Citrus Exchange the Association -' I IGdJ I it 1

)t. ;court put-in order so es to begin practice in each community is the :
nextweek. The girls: are plan-

4 d ''Tiing. '> later,. -to. .'take 'up ba.1<
THINK OF'IT
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Theat Dollar Mystery picture This Roof is an Insurance against Fire
the Casino tonight (Friday) II surer Over one hundred thousand'have

; 'to' be orlrjT>f the most thrilling ,In this recommended Doan's Kidney Pills Yes-it it very attractive. And it'i "spark-proof"
':remarkable serial story." Never be. For backache, kidney, urinary ills. -,- too.
fore ethers' been '. photoplay of Thirty thousand signed testimonialsAre Stained shingle "look" nice-but no better than NEPONSET Protlata t i

such' compelling
mystery, with its many dramatic Some of them are Kissimmee peo | Yes-Sometimes It Is But Look shingle roof and your house-your home-goes \up in smoke NE'BMSCTProaUta ?
r situations in picture. Even sophisticated resists fire ther '
? every ple.Some s no danger of the roof catching fire from flying
t ,little old New York ii are published in Kissimmee.
sparks-if-your roof ii.NE'omET ProaUta. .
,wild about it. Sole every other city No other remedy shows such proof. Out When The "Bump" Comes. .
the
; Kissimmee It. acknowledged standard high-grade prepared roofil\ '. In '
this man's
M in the countryand the picture house Follow example & at-
where ,it "shown, draw. Immenset' : tractive shades of red and green. Costs lets than shingles. Its protectionfrom
crowds everywhere. C. W. Campbell, Bryan and Dilling- A raa nay go oa quit a while spending every dollar lie .earn fire alone is worth its entire cost.

.( The ''Million Dollar Mystery story ham streets, Kissimmee, says: "I as soon, or even before gets it-aad have a gnat time doing it,
tc In the Valley Gazette this week coven suffered from a lame and aching back but eventually "thor will show.Th , .,
,! 'the film tobe shown at the Casino and my kidneys did not act as they .
'" 'The..to"1'elatea the should. I used Doan's Kidney Pills as NEPDNSETWaterproof
t tonight* oscap MraJay day" is bound to coma sooner or later the
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; i of Florence and Jim from the ship of directed and they gave me splendid dimes
mis-spent and dollar would into .
bondage and their effort to return to reliefI cheerfully recommend them come mighty food play.. r

k's Florence'. :train.. The train for I know they are just as represented. The time to throw off the habit is Building Products ,
both ", speidiitf ..w-
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n0.'f! >!are rendered unconscious from the impact Price 60c at all, dealers. Don't start by depositing just a little stab week in this bank, RoofingBuilding Papra Wall BoardNIPe"1T

ti of,th. cars. When'Florence reVives simply ask bar a kidney remedy-get and see bow muck mere. comfortable and independent roolnri ... .11 NE aaaT Wal.r.roof NP..IT Wall awed to
t she finds herself in the hands of Doan's Kidney, Pills-the same that you will feel at the habit dollars in. prowBM. kakanof and .Balldlnr ...... ... both Iso a/eadk rwd.e wbJck waxacaxman.U a
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h : .1 Another of the intersting eshtWls'
of an educational nature is that of the,
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AtlanticCoast: 'Lin*, railroad, ..whit
: EYA$S FINDS MANY.GROW. conducting a'campaign of publicity:
:ERS WHO ARE GLAD TO CO throughout the" North Messrs- Cards .
RHODES well and Cohen the former of the,,.
OPERATE-WRITES OF
1 colon!cation department- and the'tatter .," 'v
..GRASS. : 'of'the passenger department are., 's.
) in'charge of the display,.which .con.; .
11 :. '. .O'O'O' .O'OO .' slats of fruits vegetables, 'grain and'a''j .,
other commercial articles of the South;,;'
OFFICE ATBOARb:OF.' { all the way from Virginia Florida; ,
I *. TRADED 1. ..* They have received many Inquiries; ,.,."
!' 0 -, 0 __ from interested parties and It \'W01l14J
*. 'Osceola county's .,pew farm ,* not be surprising if there were< number {} 1 ?
demonstration agent; 'B.;E. EW* ,1I of r people from this country, -who '
s .* ane,1 is becoming acquainted with'-0. j, will. tie -luredd, by the riches of the
the growers ,of the'county and* Southern agricultural fieldsThe ex4, lr
'* already a number of them have *I: hibit Is one of the most Interesting

0''exressed,confidence'in the work' 'J.I and instructive on-,the fair grounds. '
by: calling on him for advice and* -- . and Is well l worth visiting.: '
,, .assistance in solving .certain. :, ,
'
*k farming problems arising at this l *I ;Beautiful Lake Shore. Residence. ofW,,: &; Makinson in North Kissimmee There's! two. .women overs" ti=er...
time. This week he has Inter-.0 _, __ : .. _--"'- them's wife." -
*eated several in cover crops to"oOo; One of ray ;
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*be planted .so as. to !give pasturage -,* UNCLAIMED I in this-work-our very.bestthanks?, .--"Oh. yes-the taU one." ."
LETTERS. FLORIDA HARD Yours ;; .j "HowM you guess itt" ,
January and also to enrich FINE: TRACT j jI HIT very- truly v, ""
0 the soil.. C. L. MAGEE, Secretarybeaus :, :"Sha,needs sew shoes.
Mr Evans 'has arranged for AT THE: POST OFFICE
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lice tpacvat' 407 Broadway I- BY WATERWAY ACT ,

hich Is also headquarters forrfJboard :*: j Khsimmee Fla., Sept. 21, 1914.
,d' >' of trade. When his *; CITRUS LAND1IS Advertised Jilt for the two weeks .. '
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'.0', w 'Is so systematized that he *, endingOct.. S, 1914.c ""-- "" Washington.-c -SenatoriBrvan'and .qr
Fletcher fought to the la.t' :
::1. ea nge-regularome.-hour.-*: Mr. and Mrs; G. C Barr: Miss Es. 'i
against the effort to recommit the"riv.
J. they ,.will be announced but any gle Bass Eddie I John P.
/ I ; Campbell; .
'. OLD .bROWN''ESTATE LOCATED er and harbor bill, with Instructions SUPERIOR'.SERVICLCOURTEOUl3 f'i'
I. call or request left at his, desk Fish; M. J. Gallagher; Jesse Hall; )
,t ; *'any time will receive attention. *I ON LAKE RUSSELL,; Mrs. Ella Eugene Hunter; S. B. to cut down the appropriations to TREATMENT ...
!W' I His services are at the command TWELVE MILES SOUTH OFKISSIMMEE. House; Miss Cecil King'Charlie; Lee; $20,000,000, to be expended by the ...'
1:'', of the people'of the county and *1 Mrs. Minnie Lenton; L. Urban May; army engineers in maintaining and
-; he will gladly answer any call *I W. T. Morris; Mrs. Laura Newton;: continuing Democratic; existing projects,' but their" .i
made his time. : support went back on
upon i J. W. Nelson; Miss Janette Sullivan. .,
Most of Mr. Evans' time is *! One of the"'mosf attractive pieces i B- B. I SIMPSON, I them. """
now being spent in organization *I iof I citrus. property_in Osceola county Postmaster.MR. .. Fifteen Democratic: senators voted! ... '.1'.,
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work and to supplement that he ,*I II' (is. the acreage known a* the Brown 1| I with twelve Republican senators to

will contribute frequent articles: i estate" located twelve miles south of AULTMAN: HAS HERD ., recommit bill. a L
'. to the .press. His first article *I Kissimmee and lying between the, OF JERSIES TESTED I Its recommittal sounds the death # :
appears below. southeast shore of Lake Tohopekaliga : knell to several Florida appropria ,
-4,: and the small. but beautiful Lake Rus-j Recently S. B. Aultman' had Dr.' tions"including those for the Oklawa- i ",
.HO..... .OOOO.oooooOtOOO. .sell.: Richmond the veterinary, make a tubercular -I ha add Klsstmmee river and the Pen- Why Run The Risk '
Since the death 'of Mr. Brown a test of his herd of fine -Jersey sacola canal. ., 1 x
RhodeeGraBlk_ ; few-year.'ago '"the"property-ha8 been cows to ascertain if they were all Of losing valuables"by Ire *r i",1,
Rhodes is of the most, but small of it bears RED CROSS TIIANK'SKISSIMMEE year
grass one neglected, a part in perfect condition. Mr. Aultman theft Yu knew they are securewhen ..
(Y promisin : crops we have at the evidence of profitable cultivation atone has six of as fine Jersies as there are WOMEN placed in our vault because*it +:
time It has not' soil of the entire II s ,
in the state- time and the
,' present in the connty. and he is feeling par-
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and
I is Fire Burglar-Proof.
The National Red Cross Society has :
'1 been grown on alar.. scale as yet; tract Is of that quality recognized by ticularly proud of them now, as the : .
but there are a number of very fine all who know as being the finest that test proved them to.be "up to the acknowledged receipt of the fund collected Safe Deposit 'Boxes for rent __ '
fields of this, grass on the different can be found anywhere for growing standard" in health by Kissimmee women and children ._ .n___. "
feI1," types of soil throughout the county.: citrus fruits. The land is high and for the benefit of- the wounded and Per Year yet
: As I have been asked a number of dry with rich sandy loam top and a H. C LIGHTSEY KILLS European soldiers and sailors. This $2 $4. .
this It clay sub-soil. The heavy acknowledgement came in a letter ad- f
t. questions concerning1 grass deep yellow :
BIG
RATTLE SNAKE :
4 may be interesting to some of your virgin growth is almost entirely, oak dressed to Mrs. R. Melklejon, and .. .
r readen to know more concerning it. -big, sturdy dense trees testifying While villiting--t'hill: country place is reproduced herewith: \
"\ The earliest record that we find t>f I to the fertility of the soil-and thereis on Hilliard's Island Saturday, H- C'I I National Headquarters "
f. this grass in this country is in 1902,I' practically: no underbrush or pal- Ligjhtsey found a big diamond rattle 1824 H St., N. W., .
,,; when Dr. David G. Fairchild, Agricultural metto on any of the two hundred and snake in the yard ready to contest Washington, D. C, Sept. 18. _....-- ,- -, M
,. Explorer, secured a bag ofli' .twenty acres. the'way with anyone daring to cross Mm. R. W. Meikleion, Weaver ,
i the seed in South Africa. It was Lemon Tree Bearing. his path. Fortunately Mr. Llghtsey Kissimmee, Florida. Arthur Donegan, P. K. FA.tPresidmt.

Jr' then attracting considerable attention Surrounding the old Brown home is was carrying a shot gun across his My Dear' Mrs. Meiklejon: .Cashier' -- .t
1 in that country. a picturesque grove of immense oaks. shoulder and killed the snake without Your letter of the 16th instant, enclosing ,. ,
. ., Time of Seeding. In the yard are flowers blooming profusely encountering danger. The big fellow check for $137.00, representing
I Our experience: with Rhodes grassin though neglected, orange and was a beauty, measuring five and a the amount collected on Sept. 12th by
Florida would indicate that April lemon trees bearing fruit though they half feet long with twelve rattlers women representatives of the churches 1 9
.ft\, in the spring:and October 15 to November have had no care for years. The old and a button. His diamonds were fully of Kissimmee for the assistance of
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; : 80 in the fall are the most eight acre orange grove nearby shows : two inches in width.It soldiers and sailors in the European Xj
iJ favorable times for seeding. The seed that it has suffered from a lack Of is not often that rattlesnakes are war, irrespective of nationality or rerligion - ,'. {'
!< '< should W sown in a thoroughly; pre- fertilizer and cultivation but the trees found on the island, but from this has been received
1.... .1 pared need bed and covered very light are remarkably healthy in appearance one's appearance he must have beenan Please accept for yourself and convey -
.. ly:''They must however be in contact and are all bearing some fruit.A old. inhabitant to those who co-operated with you ''Woman'sBar ; club
\ with the moist soil to germinate read- walk of about half a mile from gale :
ily. Under favorable conditions ger- the house brings you to the shore of
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minatlon will take place in about 8 beautiful Lake Russell, where. fish :
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V' .,. dtys,. and the seedlings may: be expected abound and all the mystic: romanceof ,................. ...;j. ..; j"1' : -. -. '
4- to show above ground in a climate Florida trees, and I ementTwitli the
Florida :fiy a very fortunate'arrgn publishers of 'one'of the fol"" M
',r week. 'With fresh seed I 6 or 8 pounds! Florida.....ter haunts your path. On '
W 'New'P.erfe'ctiotl 'most bopular magazines for women and the home, we are enabled >
the acre will be sufficient for a estate is Lake
to .. the other side of the '
:, d,ataDd. Toho ,.ka1lp and" the "John Lee to offer you McCALL'S MAGAZJNEftwelve months (( ontjrt*
i .. '-.?Preparation' of the Land. dock* for transporting fruit from.that ;:"''. McCALL dress patient), with our own paper unexcelled as a home; "
Rhodes grass seeds are extreme!, section, : .. 1 ;WICK', BLUE FLAME'' "paper for all the f amir/r'-at' a special reduced club price that will save,

small, consequently: the seedlings will The* protection'' afforded by these you: money and afford you a 'wealth 'of wholesome entertainment," ,
be 'quite weak.- It' is'' therefore*very two lakes gives! the property the added ,
important that the',land should have advantage of being frostproof and OIE) COOK STOVE valuable information and interesting, up-to-the-minute new -

been, thoroughly prepared before the the breezes wafted over.' the land II THE VALLEY GAZETTE Jt rn .x

seed are planted. The .soil should be make ft.an ideal place to live. Published every Friday for :year;. J hll.
'' broken un.as deeply as for any other Territory. 1. -. -. .McCALL'S.MAdAZINE'\ ; uw
farm :crop, .then- worked perfectly I .That it Virgin:should have remained so < S. x. : foron* :year, includingMtCatt't .B snuff ,X. -
and the seed MOTH1'Monthly ,
harrow :
:".smooth with the, "undiscovered" is only accounted FREE ,Pattern- r
been long N
the seed has sown
After
SaMnWMrs.i..ir.wweard. Wrlrsroaaaradde.isb..
.own.
I stretches .. g
the fact that
great
it will be found'advantageous to run for.by '
a roller or' some other similar farm of Osceola county land are still prac- Is Always M.,*zie. it loveJ by more Man Do. Not t Miss ThI S'MOaeyi '
implement over the' soil to compact tically unknown save to a few pioneer 1,3OOO06 American 'Wo...... II- :
settlers and the cattlemen whose) .
the' lJurlaC'e and bring the seed Into Saying OpportimtTftonlMt. .
closer contact with the moist soil cattle graze over much of this virgin McCALL'S is their home helper atAI

i The amount Crop.of hay that can be territory.Recently the Brown estate_ has been The r1Is bringing every month M to 136 big pugei (all I c.ws: MAGAZINE
.T A. ttractircily illustrated and printed fine
acquired by II. M. Breaker and on '
Rhodes .
from *
/, varies made. per from acre a fraction of a ton grass-to 5 Barclay, who propose subdividing the S qualitjrj9per) brimful of'vmluabU: information Mf

tons, but a satisfactory .crop is from two hundred and twenty acres into on clothe, hou *--keeping. pure food recipe.,

,f 8 to 4 tons on land that is considered twenty-acre plats and putting it on. cooking, entertaining, health, baby, beauty
in the Best
, ,' rood' for general cropping purposes. homestead the market.will The be forty reserved acres and im- Ready etiquette; plain and fancy needle work em dy.1
will
1 i: / not Th need grass.. grows ,'for continuously several years, provd by them the intention being to broidery home drCM-roaking, home millineryand :"

' and is not severe affected by lightfrosts. bud the present orange grove with home decoration;
'i grapefruit and to plant other groves
It makes a good crop
fI' grazing' the entire forty acres- because McCALL'S L their f .Jiion authority
: f.. and is equally good for bay. It I nu- covering! t
'' : trltive value runs. about the lame as We Carry a Complete Assortment of and guide in correct drew(for themselves and
.
Skowhegan Me., has prodigy in childrenbowing SOnew designs of latest
crab-grass or timothy. over
E EVANS, the form of a 5-year-old youngster STANDARD OIL: COMPANY'SNEW
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I ) BENJAMIN school but tyle* monthly and telling; what to wear and
:'1J! Fla.Amowhole who has never been to can ,
read anything placed before him- and how to make it at least expenses
'I'I : '
poorest paid workers PERFECTION WICK BLUE FLAME Oil STOVE .

fidjn i; of Europe are the Sicilian Elopements are prevented In New because: McCALL'S u more than a magazine, .U to 1M pogwsCowtnitnt .
! / farm laborers; whose avenge Guinea by compelling eligible girls to more than a fashion authority and household", .<*.+z/J ekes < a a

, i \ weekly wage amounts to less than 609Y' sleep in'the trees. The ladders. are removed One Two, Three and Four Burners guide-because: McCALL'S I. a real FRIEND FREE a..a ramtw MeCALL'W|w''''rATTEJWj.

. cents., after. they retire.SLEEP Do your cooking,, baking, roasting, broiling, toasting and ironing the and INSPIRATION to all women who appre. rl.i.M.CALt...l ......"..,'= :r o+, oo1TriJ; '

: .;f, I : year. 'round on a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove. elate the best in magazine reading-the best in "JoIcc.JI.N.g v..,...dm..saw.._ ,...one.... w 'nO r

: The new Perfection Cook Stove satisfies every requirement of the lories and articles to entertain and ii.. best in M>M ..=- na Inns Hm *
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V fI ,
housewife and .rk CMr. v -- //10 +
.WEAKNESSJ be used .
\ can continuously twelve months of the year S
BLADDER practical department suggesting to "-s.> MW SM pir'rilfK1 McCALU''
DISTURBING
and is quite as satisfactory for all purposes of cooking and baking as way. PATTata' _.....:__ .. n -_' r.
economize, to earn at home to lighten :
.
fI1 /J any other kind of stove. money .
11.ebv!
f BACKACHE-RHEUMATISM QUICKLY VANISH With the New Perfection Cook Stove'you can secure the widest burdens and to make life more worth whilesi ( I'm.nM"Msw.Mr.aNYad .. sea sOLD
!! range of heat efficiency provided in any oil stove on the market A
FRIENDS! NEW FRIENDS! NOW IS THE TIME!
high, medium or low flame, providing any degree of heat regniraforthe ;. "
ft\ work to be done can be instantly secured. ; :
Send $1.50 Once for the "Woman's Bargain
at
dub
the blood and drive it out of the to ,
1 't t EVEN MOST CHRONIC SUFFERERS Full heat is secured at the moment of lighting without dust or
FIND RELIEF AFTER A' system.So dirt- ',, TAKEN. sure, so positive, .so quick and of heat at the burners prevents overheating of the kitchen in
i 'I" to." EW DOSES ARE lasting,,.are the resulta obtained from summer, insuring uniform comfort never before experienced. The Valley Gazette 'Kissimmee
\fii_ I Croxone that three doses :
a the use of All this makes the New Perfection a stove of unusual convenience.
Backache; ; urinary, +disorders, and' a day for.a few days' are often all It does everything any other stove will do, regardless of fueL Ready .
'rheumatism, are caused from weak, that is required to cure the worst at moment of lighting. Can be turned high, medium l low or out as
i. inactive kidneys, which fail to filter case of bachache, regulate the most required.-,ranother decided advantage over coal or wood stoves. Makesno Use This COUPON 'J Now for
the
y,'1 out the impurities and keep the blood annoying bladder disorders, and overcome dust or dirt. Either with or without:'cabinet. ; L .
'(., pure;:and the only way on earth to the aamerous other. similar The utmost satisfaction is assured to.the housewife in the use of .
t permanently and positively cure such conditions. these stoves and devices. "Woman's BARGAIN Club"' :

troubles, is to remove the cause. It is the most wonderful, preparation NEW PERFECTION COOK BOOK FREE to EVERY PURCHASER iTo
( Thenew discovery Croxone: cures 'ever made for the purpose. It OF,A'NEW COOK STOVE. e 3

+ 'j'such' conditions because it reaches la remedies.entire1r.diff.rent,: There Is. nothing from -all else other on S PERFECl'IONj) The Valley Gazette Dale.....____.....::. +
.5: the e.roots of the disease. Itt "' Suits EverybodyIt : Kistimmee Fie.Iendoen130. .. "
into the st in- earth, to ,compare with'.It. It'!is .so :- ,. V,
soaks right
. :.:it.:.aetivs,kidneysvthrongh: the lilt and prepared that it is practically::'impossible -, suits the moit..uetlag.Freaclt. chef..*.It suits the bousewifW .=for-wbf Lpleten m7 the"Woman's Bargain '
little ring to take it into th*;bumaa.syotern :: It L. found luxurious .
linings; cleans out the ;Tiu.-in-camps- -farms-in humble dty ''' ", .' '* '. '" .
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..Della. and glands neutralizes. and dissolves without results. / J j .J,homes. ;Everybody. ,tuea.it, everybody likes'it.. It I. .the all-around dub. as advertised-by- .yon.**"V". t....., \ ,.,.';:!:.$Li v-t fi,s '!%'. ,'K-'' ,, :K. !..-
":, the,'poisonous' uric add sub- You an obtain'an"oritn i packageof 'stove for all the year round. 'It bakes broils, roasts and toast. ks well. ". "" ... <'I" I a
that lodge in the i Joints.andnssnedes Croxone at trifling cost from any as a "coal .' " ' > .. :. _, t') :;11:. ;; ..
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; The ,Kissimmee Valley'' Gazette : Other ,'apera4VIao
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; "" II. Confiscating The Growers9 Profits Favor'Sen.: 'Carson'

'tl1 D,rwrr. TOTDJI.T." o'fl'r/j.B IWTAUUKT GAZETTE BOI&DXKO. ;
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.. .. wu* U call tie attention ,of'IW Sssdher* E*> fes tWsa crate .f,,egg ....*. This'.eaaj that'th* HERALD, ENDORSES CARS0. >; "

..HARRIS '. ,. _ .. ._, .. .. .. ..; I IOK _, .. .. -, Owner press company and the pdhEc fa general to a letter ps*. -'c.mpa.isgr by fsrssississi Che laterstate CornMTC Thar an. rumors-:-- that SenatorC ,

.. ef die VaIey Gate, winch was Cessssissisa, are gesag t* ton ,cafe Mr. VBtnr't '
.._____. ....._ ___ -ems listed in this C,: Carson of Kit simmee .would
? 'asps acs _oaba,1.RATa: One sop;,.',''one'. yeae.ODO _PT. three:: lDoatba_...uu Mj written by J. F. XBeny.. weB known and ......aimwtr "I ply I*,H*' tune 'el $tZ4Sever, < and ben whatthey .listen to the 'siren"song ',f polities

lan aj ',abut t.. silo .*.* .* Tiimnnni: ., r fat -. W UM eU. rate..... -. gain and take, the, ad, interim ap.polntment .
.
tpl;pas meeted,..aleaUoft8, except from O9t> authorised eorr) sjM>a .... ,
... *wni not be returned unless railed for. COULD SHIP CRATE OF EGG PLANT FROM USe: A few years are the raalnMuls ased Is take aH stale 'ernol"' Trammell! would honor him 1\

..+ f .) SIMMEE TO MEW TORE TOR S7 CENTS. THIS rate diriiissui W... Federal j.Jgesssd dae, judges with )Jt. Ills. .certain that Senator :
.; 'tBaUred at the Postottlcs la Klsslmmse. Florida as !coaa-tlns matur. FOR THE SAME SHE, CRATE ..Ursattr -.ml .. decide thai the rate fixed by the ,
t YEAR THE RATE Canon would be the .choice: of 'the,
,FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 1914. (FIFTY POUNDS)' IS $L4ZV4W OTHER WORDS state raitoad' u.smissim'were Mcafiscatay": fee lie people ?,.South Florida and this :
,. HAS. BEEN INCREASED SC CENTS ON ,reasesi that they INk away the railroads' profit. should
_._ = .. THE RATE J part of the state be represented ,
r, t'r4, .u. EACH CRATE. This 'might ..'.... nsstthn exyreas. WHY.-SHOULD NOT THE 'GROWERS' ASSOCIAYION ;- when an appointment 1 f) .

.rates. and the Ugk coat el twimi with. Tt.graace. TAn: THIS RATE CASE BEFORE A FEDERAL made. There is probably no man' :''f'fIn

I_ l- Boost For Winter Tourists The $.....,. Express resapsay tames the LiterI JUDGE AND., ASK'EIM TO ENJOIN THE EXPRESS the state more eminently fitted >

-7We state Commerce Caassittsiesi for this nJcaleei icreaafcney : COMPANIES AND RAILROADS FROM CHARGINGTHIS to hold thla position than C. A.',Carson ,

I that the cesassnsiesi fixes aO bins and they "CONFISCATORr'RATE? of Kissimmee snd the editor of
( hope all citizen will enlist' n the movement brought to a .u< ) ful ,conclusion last Monday when at a mass .meeting at the Pastime theatre charge accerdiar t* the rule Land for theern. V it was ,Westttitatioaar and "craascatory" to The Herald would take pleasure; la

M;": 'act ':organization was formed l to take chargC'-of the work of providing way AB we can say is that if this ridicalsas increase ia take away the railroad profits, wky is if lot coanscalory endorsing him and supporting hint::-' ,.

,; and.. mean to bring tourist to Ki.*immee. rates is the best the Interstate Commerce Ceasssitiiaa and Macesulitatieaa Ie't take away the fanners' profits? Sanford Herald- ,""} .'

't CoL F.-A. Lincoln who it the father of the "get the tourists" idea; has 'can d.-it had better n p. U the c..ttibltiea the United States Most guarantee C. A CARSON FOR THE SENATE.
.a advanced many good and practical suggestions which can be earned l out ass a profit .. the railroads (as it' does aceerdiac: to these '

.I : without bankrupting) the city. Killimmee has: the natural facilities to make What u the ase el buying -Laad' working lear he.nLa railroad decisions made by Federal judges) why should Among the men' mentioned for.
U. S. Senate in Senator
":.Lyon. of the ''largeil" inland tourist cities in' the state, and all that is necissaryl! all loads of weather t. dereJe it and raise. crop it Met guarantee::profits.to the-faraterT. resigns, not one'deserves, case at the tho.4'

Irp '"" i..to take advantage of these opportunities and capitalize; them. I ..d then discover' that ye an .p against a cosahiaatiea Whafs.sauce for the 'goose should be sane for the ernor's hands, if he shall mak\

;,11:' . Bring the tourists here. Entertain them. Never mind whether they want' of this character' What the we ef ariag settlers frees gander; and it's a mighty tight law that can't be madeto appointment, more earnest or fa
', to buy land right now or not but get them. Let them spend the winter in"this the North te come t. this beautiful and beautiful state work both ways. able consideration than Hon.

Y, .. 'lovely,climate. Let them wax fat in our healthful sun.hine. Let them.!: if after they get here and develop a piece el land they. a.a Carson Experienced of Kisismmee.in' matters 'rt..,inJna""' -

.',', hunt and fish and inspect our orange groves. Theyllcome back and they U End that the express companies grab evr .rPt, The-eipress cosspaaies appeared .. lei along fair- to the state through successful p service'I ...

bring others. They'll buy land and settle here for all time. DO YOU WONDER THAT PEOPLE WANT THE iy/ web under the eld rate. _Ia fact some of them paid I, in the state senate a student of po-r: ..1.j
And the time to them is right now-not next year. : litical affairs, who has made Wise ,
Get the tourist: get a fat dividend last Way, thea. should the rate be.!. application .
NATION TO OWl( THE EXPRESS COMPANIES AND (rear. of theories "and policies, ...
3 OW. Increased?
BUtr I THE RAILROADS? DO YOU WONDER THAT THE Why? i business man who has attained large'success '
PRIVATE OWNERSHIP OF TRANSPORTATION Ifs up to eebodyto advance a satisfactory rea- broadly educated and yet. .

For Those Who Say "Lord Lord" II IIi COMPANIES IS BEING CONDEMNED .ON ALL soa. The express companies say they are aol responsible thoroughly practical, in manner genial 1
1 SIDES DO YOU WONDER THAT PEOPLE SCOFF and place the blame OB the cossmissioa. All we 1 and kindly of right a firm and and justice fearless a devoted advocate .. ;
knew is'that
AND LAUGH AT ALL COMMISSIONS APPOINTEDTO we asast 'pay a .earl, stabled express rate Christian who is the friend of everyman 1i i

i There was a simple{ foreigner who made an interesting suggestion to INVESTIGATE AND REGULATE PUBLIC UTILITIES WITHOUT ANY GOOD REASON FOR IT-aad it will and every denomination who .'

% Miss Jane Addams woman suffragist and inter of everybody. Ii WHEN THE BEST THEY CAN DO IS TO RAISE require a lot of explaining to explain away this ridicsJeas would advance the cause of religion .' _A'al:

e '..."". "Why couldn't the Americans invite the immigrants into their home. for THE EXPRESS RATE 51 CENTS ON A SINGLE advance. Unless it is ferthcomia- the people of the degree Mr. Carson the ability possesses and to the an qualitiesthat eminent

r Sunday dinner? he atked. That would be the best way to teach them to CRATE OF VEGETABLES? state may later decide to take ever aid operate these fit a man for this high and '
become good citizens and learn English. And perhaps the Americans wouldn't utilities which are pabnc ia their nature and rue them important office. ';"
, find the foreigners so different from themselves after alL Mr. 0'Bary. for eve will ia all prebabifiry 1 Market FOR USE instead of profit. If he shall go to the senate, our --

Poor foreigner! His kind are so pitiably ignorant He ought to know ----- - state will find in him a champion of
its best interest, our country would
that up-to-date people don't do things so very outre and bizirre.is OCTOBER 17 IS FLORIDA THE MAN-EATING SHARK YHE-}i WILL THE BANKERS: EXPLAIN? gain the service of one who. While m.
Of course, Mr. Foreigner we go to church to hear thes things: NEWSPAPER DAY ORY.A "' Southerner is ret an American dt- J
.
I The Comptroller ;of the ben and I'
Currency c
thyself. a patriot. :
Love'thy neighbor as
A GOOD SUGGESTION. few days the New Orleans I
and ago announced yesterday that the banks If the should appoint him
left hand I stranger governor
[ "He shall unto them on the : was you I
say papers contained accounts'of the have '
taken out *25 .l70,000 in emergency the former would render to the state
E I took me not in. Inasmuch. ye did it not to one of the least of these my editors Let's not are more admit liberal that California enterprising death of a Lake Pontchartrain batherby currency, and that the country a real service; if he goes before the' .

,brethren,.ye did it not to me." pushing than the Florida press. I, being attacked and dragged underwater now has a bank note circulation of people of Florida for election voters<
But of course that cannot mean that a poor lonely foreigner u our California newspapers set 'aside a I of the by a shark. A correspondent approximately $1,000,000,000, against of Florida could send to the Senateno
o Times-Picayune does not take $716,613,000 of that kind of currency man who would be truer to their
day and all of them boosted their
'neighbor.I much stock in
the shark
t
[ theory and on August 1. interests or who would with larger
state on that day and sent out tens of
thousands of papers outside. Florida write. that paper as follows concerning In spite of all that; the discount wisdom guard and promote the welfare -
it: rate for money in London yesterdaywas of state and nation.
I I Col. Crazyhorse and "Crooks" \ thing newspapers, and accomplish can do wonders.the same Will The account in'your Journal yesterday only 3K to .3% per cent while Let us have C. A. Carson for theSenate.Florida
President Holly of the State Press supplemented this morning of the New York rate on mercantile paper Index.APPOINT i
the death shark of
by
a man
young was "generally 8 per cent" Yet
; '' In a speech in New Orleans Cot Roosevelt said There are little crooks Association this line? He start is the something leader and along the near Spaniel Fort suggests this let. Gnat Britain I. at war and i. with HIM.It .

as well as big crooks and the progressive party is after them alL" proper man to take it up.-Jacksonville ter.At the outset let me state that out United an emergency States is currency at peace, while and the the has been mentioned; that Governor -. #
He is less of Metropolis. there is record of shark Trammell has had the name of !
Of course no one takes the Colonel seriously. more or apolitical no case on a Government has provided emergency -
'.dds the of the nation. This is certainly a good suggestionand ever having attacked a live struggling C. A. Carson of Kissimmee, under .
and
joke. He affords amusement to gaiety should be taken up by all the man.This is that currency.Taking consideration for appointment as U.
true
'However, a glance: at tOme of these "honest" progressives who are u Colonel & I newspapers of Florida and boosted years ago a celebrated so sportsman some of care of American businessin .S. senator from Florida to fill out the t f funupired.
Roosevelt says "after the little crooks as well as the big crooks" might consistently. The president of the New York offered $6,000 for authentic thing an emergency that the seems to be American the one term of Senator N. P.' .\.o\iJ,
of interest. Florida Press Association and of the evidence of such attack and to banker is most reluctant average to do. When Bryan in case the latter gets appointed >. ...
prove
'' The following collection of leading lights in the progressive party will Lake Region the 17th Press day Club of hereby October designates as- this day that reward remains, unclaimed credit is most needed credit is cancelled to the supreme bench-by the presi r

3 demonstrate that Robin Hood's famous assembly of outlaws had in spite of the measures taken dent.We '
at once: Florida Newspaper Day and urges The shark subsists chiefly, so far as the Government wish Senator Bryan the good
',nothing on the gang that rallied around the politically outlawed Theodora the state press to give it all the we positively know on carrion Anysailor by the bankers to explain support T credittwill New luck to receive the appointment from !t. '
There, for instance was Boss William Ward. New York national committeeman space which such a valuable idea deserves. will so testify. Ia taking i its- York World. President Wilson and we also wish. J'Mr. ) '
Some few years ago Florida food almost invariably, it turns its Carson to be the fortunate ODe.'
veteran of the famous "Old Guard"of Albany in bygone days.notorious on 0NEXT .
had a Post Card Day and thousandsof to be appointed by the governor' to '
side and the whole length of .
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exposes !
reactionist and intriguer all around Albany corruptionisi. kicked cards were sent allover the world. body. till the vacancy if it oee ra. -
,
the for selling out to Roosevelt. would achieve even C. A. Carson is president of the II' j
out/of republican party The newspapers The .foregoing naturally suggests: At an open-air suffrage meeting a
.| William Hatpin, ex-president of the New York republican county com'mittee. better results in advertising the -If it wam t a shark what was it?" man:in the crowd called out to a girl State Bank at Kissimmee the biggest .
henchman of the maladorous OdelL veteran of the "Old Guard"and state and the president that: With supreme confidence of 'reply, I speaker: merchant 'in that town a big ,dealer', '' I'
ial pride, in the statement will the death of the Spanish Fort "You think you're a educated in cattle'and an old time resident'and "
"bot ? with all the devious and shady characteristics implied say
'
typical political ,, in Florida that persistent booster of Florida and
is not ,
a
_ newspaper bather was caused by an alligatorgar. woman? Well, then ,how many toes 'I
by: the word. I we need be ashamed to send out of . This fish is exceedingly dangerous has-a pig gotj", . we think he would not only be a aoodI .;
: Yet another boss Aldridge of Rochester.- Same class.:, same record. the state on October 17th, 'as they .ncI..is altogether satisfied "Take off your boots and count," man for' the position but that,h. I','
: Veteran also of 'the infamous "Old Guard." so stenchful that Rochester I will compare favorably with the whether its prey ia alive or dead, man, was the smiling replyThe State.. would be both willing; and. able to'do ,
when about newspapers of any state in-, the' un dog, hog or horse .I' have personally s considerable forthe benefit of ;
ned him down he sought the congressional vacancy brought ion. "" wounds made, the state and especially of the East
seen frightful by ;
MONEY FOR SPACE. f
9" by, the death -Congressman Perkins. Remember the date Saturday, the alligator gar on man and beast Coast to which, as a state "preosntay
Boss Number-4.. Flinn of Pittsburg. reactionary from head to heel, October 17th which gives about and repeatedly have witnessed the The Kissimmee Valley GaietU has Live and senator, he always showed :
.- 'soaked 'and saturated in the municipal corruption of that smoky inferno. An thirty days to prepare special mat death of dogs and pigs by this fish. refused three contracts for foreign his friendliness. r..
who has completed his education. ter if possible and get the readers familiar If sharks were as deadly as uncon- advertising because the advertisers Mr. Carson is well known to some
i *j., ,.expert' notherboss. with the idea.-Sanford Her. firmed reports would have the unin- asked for concessions, from the reg- of our citizens who all have a good 1-
0 I: JStill, Cecil Lyon of T ex...- charged by the other side as a ald. itiated believe, how is it that in the ular advertising rates. The Gazette word to speak for him and we think,, ;) ,
notorious corruption, accused of systematically and continuously selling out .0 warm seas south of us where they correctly says that "the boneyard is Governor Trammell can make no mistake !:
the'lexis vote to the highest bidder. Absolute reactionary. THEY ARE ALL AS FINE. abound, for a small sum a native will filled with the remains of'editors who 'but do honor to himself and 'I\t'
i Uttaeur' of Gloversville. N. Y. School children of Gloversville furnished l :I slip overboard among them armed sold their space at any. old r.te/- Florida as well by appointing C. A. '
the kiddies pictured In the Kis Carson as United States senator in
If with short, knife and haveno Tampa Tribune.
sharp
: with machine and material for glove-snaking in the public schools, by this simmee Gazette are fair samples of I great a difficulty In the kill T case such appointment becomes neces
philanthropist under cover of "manual training." Reactionary to the backbone the local crop that town could take I venture, therefore the assertion TRUE WORDS. sary-Palm Beach Sun. ";

mixed l .up in, pottoffice graft of several years back. the prizes in a "better babies" contest that the live man-eating shark does ,
4 : Then let us not forget Roosevelt's man Friday Perkin*-the man who -Tampa Tribune.: not exist As a carrion-eater only, do Florida needs stockyards and packing ,

Lod 'furnishes the axle grease for the progressive party machineGeorge W. Per- SOCIALISTS. AS MEN AND BRETH I we anything know the that shark.swims,As whether an enemy.it be to selling houses cattle to remove to northern the necessity packinghouses of "

..I;kias' .Morgan and Steel Trust fame. This trust ha established a system of REN. alive -or dead, we have proof after I for 4 cents a round and then H. W. 1 T
wage-sIaveryroinpareJ to which the patriarchal serfage of the old South wj proof the alligator gar is the most buying back the paying VQElTjj .

?43as 'a'halcyon tic. -It drives thousands of men twelve hours a day, seven days The Socialist leaders of the various dangerous of all fishes. transportation to the charges middleman.both ways Bredfard and .

In the week. It .has robbed the white slave of God's day of rest This Perkins countries now' at war may as well The idea as to "man-eating shark" profits County Telegraph.Passa Fire Life Health and '' '
the trouble of explaining Accident,
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theory exactly
: 'outfit is remortele *ly straining every nerve to earn dividends on $500,000,000 spare of their O
of common (water) stock which does not represent a single dollar of investment in the ranksIn the presence Berlin and Paris of about most the people habits who-of the know'shark'anything family. walks. Grille.-Town will lay' side- i INSURANCE ; ?

l* the, men who issued the stock. Perkins and his crowd of professional their excuses are the same as other The popular delusion that attacks in C .*

., ,' .hilanthropiits are literally grinding the Very lives out of men in the men's. Although they belong to an the water must necessarily be by a Gainesville.-The Gainesville National
I fierrot rush of the wheel of labor ever known in the history of the world. international brotherhood they areas shark is of long and possibly perma- bank which is a consolidationof Successor to
; ready as anybody else to justify a nent standing, but no one ever saw a the Dutton bank and the Gainesville NELSON
And we recall that in 1907 the Steel trust. et its little dog Perkins to quarrel with their neighbors and to shark attack a man and those who National bank, fa organized with- INSURANCE AGENCY '
barking and in a trice the whole pack was afield.: Bank after bank-smashed.: make war: upon them.It understand the habits of these sea $200,000 capital and M0,000 surplus. .
y The Steel Trust banks refused to let depositor have their own money, an artificial has always been pointed out that scavengers never give much credenceto S e 0 Old State Bank Building "
want was thus created the Tennessee Coal and Iron Company was many of the theories of radical Socialists the harrowing and hair-raising Miami. Commercial Financing i f"
l' ignore or deny certain well- tales concerning them Corporation incorporated; capital
caught id debt those who held its securities were""squeezed.. the Steel Trust :
of human nature. o Directors Frank D. Hill
: nabbed" its prey: first obtaining. the Roosevelt.permit to violate the law. And An known ideal propensities socialistic state would be Tarpon Springs.! -City let contract henry$10,000.-M. Parker, G.: D. Brossin! and; !
this hypocritical man Perk.nlJ I grinder of labor, this skinnef 'oTlnehT; made up of'men' adn women bereft-of J.-B.-McCrsry' Co., Atlanta, Ga.to Chas Garrahant.. Business is to
h..' the nerve, to pose a* a reformer and does it without blushing. He is like individual ambition careless of the\ pave streets; voted $36,000 bonds. begin in October.CARSON' .
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: ..Another shining light. Frank A. Munsey of the Munsey publications for acquisition and possession. . ,

F and the Steel T ru.t. Comment unnecessary. Nothing that the party has taught has : : :: FARM" R .
; :(* :"McCormick: of Harvester Trust and Chicago: Tribune. Reactionary to been more creditable to it than.; its ". .
-'. 'the heart's core'general exploiter. "buster" of unions and "grabber" of public devotion to peace and .has-been-un yet its response -. INBF I TOE -- THINKING OF BUILDING :j? f
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4.. These men are but samples from a list all guaranteed to be of the same To have carried out the extreme .' '
i4 *,qualitz.But., you see, they have all reformed l'/ud''/ become behest and progressiveand Socialist doctrine of resisting war State Bank Building ME FIGURES WITH yOU. ''4 ;

;:, are now "after \the big crooks as.well\ as the little ones." by a general strike would have, been .
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IB'' -- her actions that Florence had just He' pulled 'out his .pockets suggest'Ively. ; Thank you. 'Help me in with her" wasnt ''bulling1' the cat's tall, 'he; was
$10,OOO pfR'IO0: ,WORDS. died. The sight of her stirred the ,,. Vroon drove away without the least only holding It; the cat did the "pull TO SAFEGUARDA J
"Th.'MUllon' ''Dollar' Mystery") saturnine lips of the bptler into, asmile. 'Jot a postage stamp. They'll: put Intention of going toward the village. ing. Bring- him .along men ,...Tlmeis ,
story seontlv will run for t".nty-oa.oon." .. But he did. not remonstratewith us off at the next station. And" witha As a result, when Florence, came toher precious, and we have a good dealto
aa arrangement week. SQthl.with paper.th. Tan-By her.' In ,fact, he rather envied glance in the,little mirror' between senses she found herself surrounded do before the night settles Uown.Comeon HOG INDUSTRY
boaeer Film company It the mad.*try poulble In this not onlyto but also read to let go in that fashion; it Is a sign ofweakne.san4 them a ,bit. He was unshaven he first she,thought that they had taken a short.distance./' : )
Bee It .ach week paper at tbe Grayatun, he dared not let even was wearing the suit substituted for her.from the,,wreck out of kindness; "Jim, ..Jiaal-! I cried Florence an- Gainesville:,-The following circular
r Caelno.for.tbe aolutlon of this' Susan see any sign of weakness. in. his own;,, and Florence sartorially. but when she saw the cold,' impassive gulshi'f m .. 1 letter U being mailedto members .(:
mystery, ., -.story.. >110,000" ". will .be1flven '' ,him. " "was not much better off. face of the man Vroon she closed her Never you mind, girl'; the $ only: the Florida Lecl.t.tutefi' ( %yf. !
+ i. l. >, THH1 So the ,reporter had found her, and 'She smiled blushed.' stood up, and eyes and lay back in the chair.1' Well .bluffing.. :They won't dare.1 r I Dear Sir-fTh experience of the
ti"ONAITION9ONT> she was 'safe 'and sound and 'on her turned her back to him-- Then she ill and weak MS she,was, theY'.houldftnd "You think so?" said Vroon.. "Walt: County DeMonstrators special agent
Tbe prl..ot 110.000/ way to New York Knowing by this sat down again-., In her hand she helda ,that she- was not without a certain and ...." He turned,upon Florence. of-the State Board of Health and k.,:\
+ J by the maa, woman or child who time something, of, the reporter's small dilapidated roll of banknotes. strength: '> "lIe is your lover, Do you wish bile cal veterinarles ,who have been '"Kgaged
writes the mo.t aoo.ptabl..olu- courage, he was eager to learn how "1 had them"with 'me when they In the meantime, Norton revived to'diel ', In administering serum :;to1
tlon last or the two myatery.reel .Of from motion whichthe pic-- the event had come about;*' When he abducted me," she said.'"Besides, this and looked about in vain' for.Flome_ "No/ no!" .. herd of hog where there U cholera
tan drama will be road and the had not heard". telephone message ring -i* Worth' something" He searched! among the crowd of terrified "We promise give'him his free. infection clearly .eslablishei the itn-A.> '
last two chapter' of the ,' story. from Norton in, forty-eight hours her ."Thank the Lord! he ,exclaimed, passengers, the hurt and, the dom twelve._hours from nowLon.con- nece.e.It7.tor..d1a1lfrom, -from!r '1
... .,.written Solution by*..Harold.majb MaoOrath..-*.nt -to'. ,theTanboueer had_.decidedthat--,the-.BlackHundred relievedlyr - -'- unharmed; but-she-aasToVto be dition,that-you tell where" that money the single to the d.ublrtratment" ,' \
Rrlra eo oraUonketth.r had finally succeeded In getting hold So there was nothing more 'to' do found. He ran back to the princess is..' '. _u_'. _Under the present, policy the,>hoe; }
,r. at Hrae' Chicago to or mldnlg-ht,YYari. afl of him., It had.been-'something of-a but to be happy tiad happy they and helped her out of the broken car.. ".FloNneewarned! Norton. cholera serum .Is- purchased by, the
tip bear potofflo' mark blow; for while- he, looked with disfavor were. They were quite oblivious to "Where is Florence"'' she asked Vroon struck him on the mouth. State. Board of Health from' Tennessee -
Jmust than that date. Thl* upon the reporter's frank' re- the .peculiar. interest they aroused dazedly. "Be silent, you scumr" .- and other laboratories- make ,
,, week of the after last,the film Brat releaaes gard for his charge,. h. appreciated among the other p.sle'ng J:1l.: This "God knows! Here,'come over and "It is in,the ,chest Jones,. the but the cost of this preventive a constant -
and three week after the the fact that Norton was a staff t .. lat chapter 1*-publl.h d 1n-thl.ii lean-on-, and-had-behind hint all the coat' and soiled Jersey]" this beautiful .there is a field telegraph. bravely. And so. it.might be,..for all and Its use at best only temporizes
" .e. paper. In which to submlt'.oludlion power of the press which included the young girl in a wrinkled homespun, They had already erected'' one and she knew. with the scourge that in,the past has;j f'
, A board of tare Judges will privilege of going everywhere even if her glorious'blond hair awry; and the his message went off with a batch Vroon laughed. ,"We know. about made hoC $l8ioe'. ,in. Florida huard.oa. .;''
determine which of the many aolu* one could not always get back. way they looked at each other during of others. This time he was deter- where that Is." -" '
't, 1V.tr.lrei,. able tlons received The Judgment I* the of mot this accept-board As he folded the telegram and putit those lulls in conversation peculiar mined not to-trust to chance. The "Florence say nothing on my law 'While Jt' Is proved that hogs Inns,.**.
( will be absolute and final. ..NothIng into his pocket he observed the lovers; the world over impressed the shock may have brought back Flor- count. They are not the kind of men cnlated with serum will render.hogs .
f 4 of a literary nature will beconsidered man with the,opera glasses over the other passengers with the idea that ence's recent mental disorder and she who keep their, word. Immune from cholera for period of "
In the decision nor way. He ohruggea. Well let him something very unusual had happenedto may have wandered off without "Eh?" snarled Vroon., "We'll see possibly, two or three months, herds *
i selection watch till his eye dropped out of these two. i knowing'what she was doing. On the about that" He glanced at hls watch. must,,be treated,ime and again mak-
prime.' The last two reel. whichwill his head; he would see only that The Pullman conductor was not especially : other hand she may have beer car. "In half an hour 'the freight comes big he work an endless proposition. ,*
\ Iftbe. to tin* mystery most acceptable will be presented solution - which was interfiled for his eyes. Still polite; but money'was money ried off. And against such a contingency along. It may be stalled at the wreck.. Our people are converted to the be
In the theater havingthl I *. It.was irksome to feel that no matter and the stockholders, waiting for he must be fortified. Mon But It will .."e." lie! that the source of permanent.
: feature a. loon. a* It I* practical' to when or where you moved; watching their dividends made it impossible eyt The curse of God war upon it; Norton knew very well that If need prosperity in Florlda'i. the live stock
produce aam to three The motion story picture oorresponding eyes observed and chronicled these for him to reject it. The regular it was the trail of the serpent, spreading said must they would nQt hesitate to Industry and it behooves the state to,
will appear In the newspapers coln- movements. conductor paid them no more atten poison in its wake. execute a melodramatic plan of this : make,such -provisions for the -safety
cldentally.ot or the a* soon picture after a*the appearance Suddenly note being devoid of a tionthan to grumble over changing By and by the princess was able to character. It ,was. ,the way of the ; of.hogs 'as- will Justify men In pro, ,.
I tical. With the last two reel prac will sense of dry humor Jones ktepped a $20 bill. walk; and supporting her he led her Slav; they had to make crime abnormal duclng thousand instead of hundreds
i t be shown the picture of the winner over to the. telephone and called up So, while these two were hurryingon t'> the road along which they walked in order to enjoy It They could of these animals. '
\ his or- feature her home. and It I I.other understood Interesting -- her highness the Princess Perigoff. to New York the plotters were 'slowly for at least an hour. 'They I very well have knocked him on the The one and only solution 1 Is for the <
I that the newspaper *o far "Who is it?" hurrying east to meet them. The might very' well have waited for the, head then and there and have done State to establish Its''own-- plan for,
I a* practical.> printing the lat lie was forced to admit, however' two trains met and stopped at the relief train. But he could not stand with him. But the time used in conveying both serum and.virus, thus- enabling'
I, two McGrath.chapter will of the also tory show by a Harold picture -- reluctantly that the woman had a same station about eighty miles from the thought of inactivity The princess him to the railroad'might..' our hoc growers to take advantage of fi j
I of the successful. conte.tant. iparvelously fine speaking voice. New York. The princess accompanied had her choice of staying behind; prove his salvation: Nearly four .the doubletreatment, which,jnakes'a l''
1 Solution to the word. must "It is Jones, madam." by Vroon who kept well in the or going with him. He hated the woman hours had passed since: -the vending hog. once inoculated immune for life.,
I I not Here be are more some than question 100 to lonlr.be "Jones?" background entered the car occupied but he could not refuse her aid. the telegram to Jones. We invite your careful attention to: ?
I kept In mind In connection with "Mr. Hargreave's butler madam0 ." by the two castaways.In She had a cut on the side of her head They bound Florence and left her this matter and would ,J be glad U yon, ,
'A the mystery a* an aid to a solution You have news of Florence?" the mirror at the rear of the and she limped besides. seated in the'chain As soon as they wUl kindly give the subject your best v 5

I N*:. 1-What become. of the. "Yes." It will be an embarrassing car Norton happened to cast an idle They stopped at the first farmhouse were gone she rolled to the floor. She thought' making ,such inquiries! from,
IIII1U., ....'., day for humanity when some one invents glance, and he saw the princess. explained what had happened and the was able to right herself to her knees authoritative sources as will give you
i el N.. a-W.* t>e...._ .f the a photographic apparatus by Vroon, however escaped his eye. mistress urged them to enter. She and after a' tortuous five .minutes,, full information .direct. you to an i f'
I =--a.w... ..... Floresee. which two persons at the two ends "Be careful Florence" ho said she had se.eh no one, and certainly nota reached the.fireplace. She burnt her intelligent and patriotic? view of one '
..I'r7' of the telephone may observe the fa- "The princess: is in the carThe young woman. She must have wan hands and wrt t.. but 'the; blaze wee ,-imperative '.needs. 'of"the. farmers ::
, ..N... 4--w... bee rs'* of the R.y ._ cial expression of each other. game begins again. Pretend that you dered off !in another direction.: She the only knife. obtainable. She was of "Florida. . *"-
I ) ea..t..erNobody connected( either directly "What is it? Tell me quickly." suspect nothing Pretty quick workon ran into the'kitchen' for'a basin and free.Jones.- This organization 'would appreciate t
f or Indirectly with The Million "Florence has been found and she their part. And that's all the towel and proceeded to patch the a. .letter. from -you along ,these' lines,
Dollar. Myatery" wll be considered is on her way back to New York. She more reason why we should play the princess' hurts. arrived with half a dozen ',' Yours truly .'
. a* a contestant. was found by Mr. Norton the reporter. comedy well. Here she comes. She She was extremely uneasy.. That policemen. Vroon alone escaped 't''GAINESVILLE OARD'OP TRADE,' ,

'J .", will recognize you, throw her arms she should be tinder obligation to'Norton The butler caught 'Florence in his' .' F,;.I.,RUNNELS?,
SYNOPSIS Of PREVIOUS CHAPTERS.Staaley I "I am so gladl! Shall I come up at around you and show all manner of galled her. There was a spark arms and nearly crushed the breath I' .., Secretary.: : 1 ,
Hercreave.. mlllloaalre after. once and have you tell me the whole effusiveness. Just keep your head of conscience left in her soul. She out of her. And 'she was so"glad'to1see Ilf
a ......_1..* ..-.... fur tae. .ea. ot the amazing story?" and play the game;" had tried to destroy him and he had him that she kissed him half al I: .
,', 'J' .Blaek... ot H.brilliant ar..a, live tMevo t..*kaew life ot a a* abe...- "It would be useless madam for I "She lied about you to me." been kind to her. Was he a fool or dozen times. What if he was*her-:.. .,...* ia0i: .. ..' f. "cf: I
,el... tor .rtmmtffm year. . Har-r. .". know nothing except what I learned "No matter." Was he deep playing a game as father's butler He was brave and ' Your, ,0
omo mlm-mt, cater. a Broadway ........ .- from a telegram I have just received. "01"! cried the princess. She seized shrewd as her own? She could not loyal and kind. ,1 I.", I.,
fo.mt gush mmt there leader. vomtrm. D..I fare_ to far v Hatmo But no doubt some time this eveningyou Florence in a wild embrace. She was tell Where was Vroon Had he "They tied him' to the track" she i 0.:. . '. ,$ .W'W +;
After tae _eetl... ..arlaawhich. might risk a call." an inimitable actress and Norton carried Florence off? cried ."Look' .at' my 'wrlstsl"! The 1 0 Ready Saturday. 'O .
: ,..either maa apaareatiy rwofmtmthe. "Ring up the Instant she return could not help admiring' her "Your An hour later a man came in. butler 'did so, and kissed them ten- 0. The TCUeims.ee .0
,, .Mae..t eXheivBarrrcTr Rlverd.i. k.r.hairrlea' t*lara ale was maaaa *;- Did she say what train?" butler telephoned me! I ran tothe.J j I;.'.:.VHullol ,More.,. .folks from .the"Where's' deny ."And.-.saved hlm."* -,-', ;j0' Progressive Club t 01
gar auklaamlm escape frem t.. _..- "No madam," lied Jones smiling: first train out And here you are,I,Wreck 1? Jones stretched out, '''a 'hand.. over 0 Will Call ,For It. ;. -'0,
r .wwi. tf. ew. Jew.e7mwber..elgk. . es'.1..* He hung up the receiver and stared back safe and sound. It is wonder r ':,the. horse and buggy Florence's shoulder. , 'Wh.,,'the 'tlm. > ,v . '0
";e years bcfera he baa. .,..t.rI..I,. left at the telephone as if'b. would force full Tell me all about it. What an ,J.k.t" his wife asked. comes" he.said; "when the right' time ...0.. ... . ... . ..........
.. .the. doorstep. hi. baby. ...ahter. his gaze In and through it to the wo- adventure! And good heavens, Mr. I "Rented ,it to a man whose daughter comes and my master's enemies are "' ., .-
;, t.Fl.the.....kaagar. 0.,.r. a daredevil ays......t.a -.rleltBralM .. man at the 'other end. Flesh and Norton, where did you get those was hurt/ He went to the village." i confounded.. ,But always"?the' rooks,
mmt .._.... .f hi. bud .... blood! Well greed was stronger than clothes? Did you find her and rescue "Will you describe .the,daughter?" never the hawks do wet catch. God RU..MY.tislI,1
1 reed U.........,.'. b.me' at. ....r.. bat that.. Treacherous ate Let her play; her What a-newspaper story'you'll asked Norton.,. \ -. . bless.you, Norton!, I don t know what '
},. ....t.they... eater. a the".11_hova. ....the...' t.watcher.. reer. let her weave her nets:dig her- pit8. be able to make'out of it-all! Now; The princess; iwUted her fingers. I should have done without )'011." Will euro Rus'N s 1
,The. aaf I* tommt rmtmtr-tmo mlllleawaleh The day would'' come and> It'was not I tell me Just what happened." She The,farmer rudely described Florence "When' a chap'a In love"vbegan, Norton ,rJ is.Hfadaefaes. CftunfM.:C '
Ilara-reav waakawi, t. kgve far when she would find that sat down the arm' of Florence's ,,01l embarrasedly. <.>,' 1
. .. distant on /; / ; < H'
'....... that ay _... Tara are 'S CattButn Oiu
.........*..,*... ".11_. had been mmmtmrot *- the mild eyed, mongoose was ,,just as chair ,The:girl had steeled her nerves '. Have "you" another. horeu.ahd'. a .'"I know I' know", interruptedJones. ; raiAlJ..BruilCal. :: '
fVlareaje and the touch of herAnd' she " ; *. ,. second' relief, train: Is Stores -jeUer.'' King-Worm/Ec-l
mmt dropped.. to, thee bettem. ,*. I deadly -as the. cobra. more cun. against yet saddle .- "The '
(be. ..... arrlvr". frem the alrl.. ** : ning. was beautiful.. How could any one so "What's your hurry" waiting. Let us hurry back.',.1 sha'n't ems..' ett.'A Us ptfa A a..yitMe!-- -

:awheel. Primer* 01... Hralae'. rotmpaalea. The heads of the Black Hundred beautiful be wicked "Ill tell you later. 'What l'' want feel secure till we are once. :more- -.in. :used l internally or.m. 7. 25c;, ,
visits ... clala* t. be a wlatlr must be destroyed. Those were the "Well it began like this. said now is the horse. tb..hou.. ", 1. ,
,their. *. plot Tw I*..felled..... totrrtlm by ;'..rt.,call m MW bat> orders. What good to denounce them Florence; .and she' described her ad- "What is to become of me?" asked .I---S arm In arm, the three of,them' I
I .. .... to send them to a prison from which ventures omitting to be sure, .the princess. .. went down the tracks to the hand- -"car ,0000000090000M0I
By bilblaathe raptala. ot the 011... with the aid of money and a tremendous Braine's part in it. "You will be 1n good hands" he which had brought the police": '' ,
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;r Nertea.... lay prt.*_a trap Ol.far a ala Bralae vl.lt.. the ai.a. political pull, they might readily She had reached that part where answered briefly. ".I.m going to find And now' for the Iron bound chest :; '
ti Ort...... e.....'. sat ah* easily fall find their way out? They must be they had been rescued by Capt. ,Bannock out what has become of Florence. W at the bottom of the sea .- I FORSALE { :
lat* ther. : .....1''.*...'. ........ T... .1.. exterminated, as one kills off the poi I when a thundering grinding there a deserted farmhouse here- (To be Continued.) n : : : :

r.:ch vee>' aad abortive aaly hlrella thronh*;* Hralae'a fall late moot the sonous plague, rats of _the orient, ,! : A crash..struck _the words from her lips.. -..KA- ands ot the _II..... woman? In the law of reprisal there The three of them were flung -violently -i "Not; that I recollect.-: LUC)(, PLUCK i "

1I I the After. Black.falllac H......*... trap their Fl.first.......attempt... Theyak was no 8ex.Shortly I to the side of the car amid "Why, yes there is, Jake. There's "I wish you'good luck," .Is no wordto }' :
her fee. mosey. but abe ......_.. after the telephone episode splintering wood tinkling glass and that old hut about two miles up the say.
.**!. felllac t....... (which) rather puzzled the princess) the shriek of steel against steel. A fork" volunteered the wife. "Wherethe "I wish you good pluck" is )better ,
Itortom wed the .....t.... well .. Plorae she received wire from Braine, low wail of horror rose and died away r '
the pest. day. ogee mere safe at a Swede died last winter For pluck means more in every way ... <1"
k .._ Th T ..ltor. .....1... momr Jomrmrmevra which announced the fact that Florence as 'the car careened over on its side. "By jingo! I'm going, into the vil- Than just an additional letter. House of 15 rooms elegant .
ft II' a mrttlom .f ._rl.II''. ... from and five had escaped and were The three were rendered unconsciousand lage and see if that man brought in '" ' '
( 'x ember cavity. ot take the a Black box. Steadied l>erased.. by hr coming to New York on train No. 25, were huddled together on the the rig." It Is good to believe in your luck. I ly; furnished," located :on'X.: : '

..he* t* tb* water. great ... ".*....... and advising her to meet the train floor, under the uprooted chairs. "But get my horse first. My nameis know; good street, in sight of. tie;,!
I tm trommlmm the be. Imto the ..e.Br.la. .. enroute. She had to fly about to do it. Vroon had escaped with only a James Norton and I am -on the It is bad to be thought unlucky), t
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-eoachlair. romrrlvrm mmrtr. .tm the which Idea. Klorear.f *lvlaam 1.ladled. When Capt. Bannock released slight cut on the hand from flying Star in New York. Which way do I But the best of luck for us belowIs .pot; ,one :blocks 'from the" 'k'a1fllstreets'of'oneofthe
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{ ,\ . Joa*.- Cad IVortoa bath noimlomm Braine he had been in no enviable glass. He climber over the chairs I go 1" the habit of being plucky .:; : : ; '
'. 'M, ,,.. ."* are fortaaatvly. oa .... t. fram of mind. Tricked fooled by the and passengers with a single objectin "First turn to the left Come on; ,
"\Cave the riorrmvo eonatry. .from h.11I_hrlaalmi t. which>.rl.she>oacdm I.* girl, whose mind was unclouded as' view.. He saw that all three he I I'll get the horse for you." You can turn your luck if you have beat cities. in ,Florida.' For% i
...... his own I She had succeeded in bribing was interested in were insensible. He Once the horse was saddled, Nortonset the pluck. particulars ]
horseback ....1.. adla stoker and had taken him examined them and saw that : *r k
d.' Florrmff for a a coal i quickly off at a run. He was unarmed; You can conquer the ill that shakesit k
, ,, al.._...the....d.....by....oar. Nortoa.f Bralae'a reecue*mtrm ber. unawares. The man had donned the they had not received serious injur he forgot 'all about this. fact His Ask
'' .'," They arc mmrmaot, however. ... the disguise he had laid out for shore approach -I ies. He had but little time. The thought was to find the woman, he So I will not stop at a wish for luck, '. ?
,U\ pair aaake their complete. escape.. oalyafter and the blockhead Bannockhad princess and Norton would have totake loved. He was not afraid of meetinga But here's to the pluck that_ ke.itl . .
Nortoa, ha. ex.1.01.... a tire OB other . Mrs Summers'
He had not, chance with the
the feet approachlB. _.C'''... vrlth a never suspected. .their pas dozen men, not while his present .;
ballet. recognized Norton at all. It was only sengers. Resolutely he stooped and fury lasted --St Nicholas. '
CoMteaB Ol... ocbemlaa t. break ... when Bannock explained the historyof lifted Florence in his arms and crawled And he fell into an ambush withina : 608'..Peoneld : street', (J Lais,
., fmmr.*mrmt BOW oxiatlaamotmroom the shanghaied stoker that he real-, out of the car with her It wasa (tore* Old S Otter ...... ....t Cm.: ; South KU '
.., F........... Harsrreav ... Nortoa. lao .hundred yards of his goal They .. m. View .Cottage),, ; immee. -. :. i 3
: .dies them. both t. her mmmrtmfrmtm mmtmrotomtm ized his real danger. Norton] He difficult task but he managed it. draggedhim off the horse .nd buf ...wont..._ma Butter of fcow loaf........., ', ...
tm falat IB the. rroorter'a arau.rloreaee must be pushed off the board. .After Outside, in the confusion, no one paid feted and mishandled him into the are cured bribe.wood rt... o4 r..ll..bl. B.Porter' ,' ,.... .. /
appeara the'e.rway, last this episode he could no' longer keepup any attention to him. So he threw hut. aad. Antteeptie......a&the H.ali.g ties.Oil.. It rellseeePala 1'M
tbo sad ae a reoailtlve name asc.1Oo lUll
: l'r.:: . -. the pretense of being friendly. the unconscious girl over his shoulder "Both. of th.ml"! said Vroon rub- <. ...---- _._.. . r
Accomplice BralaJ. mmttftm .. kidapplag Norton by a rare stroke! of luck had and staggered on toward the road.It bing his hand. *vs
FI...._ while abe I. nbeoplaaaad forced him out into the open. So be was fortunate that the accidentoccurred "I know, RussUn rat!" .. ... .. ,, .
1ti harry her. .* to aa., Nortea rs.celve. you: you : .. .- -'- -"" > -
a wireless later. larormlar him It Self-preoervation-- in- nowise whereitdidFive: .mites cried NortonAnd if I ever-get out
that. the. girl had ...... lato the. seed looked 'upon a. criminal. The law beyond ,was the station marked for of this 111 kill you out of hand Damn
hies ....w.... may have its ideas about It, but the the arrest of Norton, as an abductor !" :.Summer.EXUrSIODiRat-es'; r
' ,,........_ lo picked op la a ded e... Individual recognizes no law: but its and the taking in charge Florence: you'' .

.4 Black ltt.. I"H."..a..party.. )local of H.bermcTb ber ... .....1..*, own. It was Braine ,whom he loved as a rebellions girl who had run away 'Oh, yes one; talk" Jeered talk;Vroon.but It You'll neverhurts : '\I
fdlanlaed as her father ec* da I. and admired or. Norton whom he from her parents could reach any VIAL' 4'k ,
'...... her bark. to saw with Mae.Vl.rrae . hated as a dog with rabies hates wa the f.wed. hue" were_his eonfrdw- never have'the chance. to kill me out '
4 *. ..ta" fire t. tb* boat cad, t. L of hand, as you say. Besides, do you
3lorton free would never ate were in waiting, the washis.
teacaied by a'ablp. OB wairaraonoai. .a wee ter. With am game know face?" 1 '
' bea aba-a-aale again! dare' return to New York .. my AtlantiQCoast( J Line ; t
This meddling reporter. ,After struggling along. for half, an ",I do. The mask doesn't matter. : , .
w > CHAPTER XI. aimed at' his ease and elegance.He .hour a carriage was,spied,by Vroon You're the'm n w o'had.me shang ... ...
'-( topyrlg-hU lilh BY' Harold MacOrhtb) left the freighter as soon as' a and he hailed it when it reached his haled., The. ,voice. .U enoach.V ."' (Sta k 1hJ'.( 6 ) i,: (/'
: When Jones received the telegram boat could carry him ashoreThe-fugitives , aii goad Thafs'what I wished .., 'f t 1 ,
.that'Florence was safe,.the iron nerved ,would make; directly ,fort the What's'the trouble. mister* asked to know,, That'syour death warrant FROM K15SBU4EE : .J,1-1 '
,find(man broke down. The BUS. railroad. and thither-...-went i at top the- atmez.. We'll do.H like they used to- do- it at ,. ,
? pense had been so keenly terrlbU that speed, to arrive ten minutes too late.', "A' wreck on the' railroad My the old Academy tie yon to the ''rail ,"! 5.; Cincinnati!;. Ohio.: ;$2140:.,, Manila":,Ca. ,#'< ,. : r {)
'-tbe'sudden' reaction left him almost "Freer: !,' said Florence,'.as- the strain daughter i4'badly; hurt and'I must road 'track ,- .We' shall-not',,hurt!',:yon '.*...... Chicago.; Ilf " i5. New York, N. Y.; : i : "
f a hysterically ,wea Three ;weeks .of began to Increase its speed.:: T ,< take her to the. "nearest''village.i'How, at 'aU.If<-some ,engine ,runs over i$ 4M.,Denver, Col.., I.26'PbUad.1yhla: .'Pa.. 1.
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)' '. waittntv" waltln[ ..,, .Not .ve*' the Norton reached over and. patted her I'' faf is it?? :.. ,* you heaven, la. wttnese :we-did\ .not : I8&90.,Eva tavtge, Ind-5- "'St. LoQg,'Mo.' .' ;
i; Scoundrel *nd lie wife who had been hand.NThen he aat back with. 'a sudden "About'thr.t miles. raida'. the'' engine, Remember., the P1.'li"Lo: ttl., 1t7.. \ 5Th. :San Francisco;Cat r A.\ :w::: I
therprtneipal-actors'In t the,abdactloa shock of dismay.He dived al give yon twenty 'dollars.,'-for story' .f the-boyand the eat'wltbthdstee'uaakbility ,\

'"had:been found. From ,a great.ship band into a' pocket*. into another and I the"IuI.-of that rig of yours." .. ,., .The,.boy'.; aaj<.t,heM :Tickets. Set. .Ds Jy.,. ... FLitiiOdec3I; .. :, ', 't
.J .in,, mldocean they had .dieapp reds another. 'Tbe'price''Of. 'the telegram ,"Cun'e'di-,* mister" -t ; ; . '. , -- ..;.
they had hldd.n'amone the he'had sent to one.''''' all he hid I "But it'* a ease jot humanity', 'sin" 10 M M ./i. '
Doubtless M t. p
f t. 'm, ,..ta''WtIo'to"'al1ittt.' money ia1I"'rIcI;'"' ;''hll iadlborropedthM'ilemL 1 rnaipaat1y.Too are ,refusing to .. 0 !f !!,,., ,... . .'. "': ,STOPOVERS' 1 L: ,d; :-

.: rould'have footed all' the'officer 'on ;.tte4dly stole veI ii aid-'unfortunate.' ,.' -1] ('; 1, II. I ... ; .It '. >N : :.. J. 'i"I

t fln.N...s'no a1KTin Js1ls exeiteln.et ha lad orcou-.aU: t ''-'e; farmer;thought: ft"'.over for. .. r. .".. t':. _Iliee ".,,:.. .;. "......'w. ... .v-. ,, ,.. ..... n.. !tI'"iJ.... ..... 'f7't .. "Jl -. Co .
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I M -11111111 11111 I H 111111Society Notes" j AFTER TEN DAYS. .. OF FIGHTING. : 3. :BIG I V BRITISH(




:" irtp r : FATE OF ARMIES I IN BALANCEGERMANS '
SNIPS SUNK
,,:i i '(litattieBell.,, Harris Editor,) : r VT- ::4sy ,

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,; '"- Revest, b ... ... I* aO pctroa of. tie Valley Gazette t. seal htmt .o.ooio.ooioo.o.ioooo
DESPERATELY ATTACKING VERDUN FORTS-PARIS : :
:.. ef society event to tie' Editor for pvblkatioa b tbe eol.... V
: , .e DECLARES PRUSSIAN GUARDS UNABLE TO WITHSTAND 1,300 MEN LOST .* ".
TREMENDOUS: PRESSURE' OF FRENCH ARMY. AND DEADLY 4 "IN NAVAL DISASTER ..>
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ARTILLERY FIRE OF ENGLISH. O 4Harwich .',
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: . i IIIII.IT a
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23.. 4
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CL'"W England Sept. luj:
:.C.:T. U. Meeting. GG ooo.oooo.t.ooooO'.O.. 4 or the ,other executes an outflanking 4 (Via London.)-One hundred +

l't ':Tlie r :W. C'T. U. will meet in regular Business College II 0* ,GREATEST BATTLES IN Ills- movement Rheims may witness the and ten survivor from the Abou- + '.

:*station this ,(Friday) afternoon at. 4o'coek' 0- TORY. most decisive. battle of the. war. klr, Creasy and Hoguei hare been *
'' in the Chapter House. All Belgian sorties continue from the + landed at Harwich and Parke- ,
'% Begins Work Under <0Here are some figures showing shelter of Antwerp, but neither ,the 4 *
Member are requested to be present. I ,< the number of combatants that ton; three miles west. Thirty '
Mr*, McPbatter Belgians nor the Germans have are officer' and the others seamen. Co
:
secretary & of the most im- <
: took in some
part
brought about any real change in their ..> tooaooo
4
: Favorable They estimate that about
Conditions ..
of ,
4- fights
ShakesJ. portant; tpoch-making
f ,' relative in this district.
Club.
% \, ': the Petrograd 700 in ell of crews approJdm.tIne 4>
1.The Shakespeare club did not hold pant in the Russo-Japan- From come stories of the 2,000 men were saved when <-

I ,r''..Hs regular meeting Tuesday,. but will Kis. immt'e' new business! college ese Mukden war, heads, the list with a to- continued flight of the broken Austrian the disaster overtook their ships. ;

;.> meet next Tuesday at the home of't was opened this week under favorable 10) tal of more than 700,000 men in army in Galacia, while at the O 4
;Mrs. F. C. Bryan on Sumner, street.fvenletta.n. circumstances. Sixteen pupils were battle same time Vienna declares that these OOUCoO OOO-COOOOH ,
;( ..,. : J enrolled on opening day. Anounce- array. armies are reorganizing for offensive London, England.--The British
4I4
"The Battle of the a
r '.:, __ ._ ...Woodmen ; ment was made than several more 1 \ations"Leipsic) ('October 16 to 19, 1813 4 action. It would seem clear however, warships Aboukir, Hogue and Creasy
!t applications were in the hands I that only Przernysl is today standingout
The Modern Woodmen delightfully of the 10) French 160,000 Austrian 4I4 have been sunk in the North Ma by
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,.entertained on Tuesday evening of |I i ir board of trustees and Prussians 240,000. 4 against the total occupation of German submarines!, acording to an-
Russians ,
r this.week for a number of ladies who [I A number of prominent 'men bf the 000 Total Galacia by Russian troops. Petrograd nouncement by the-official bu1lCau.The .
;{ 400,000.
:f" are contemplating organizing auxiliary city participated in the formal exercises -10) June 18 '1815-- reports further that the populace aU Aboukir was torpedoed first.
Waterloo ,
i? to their lodge The .ocial hour Wednesday morning, to which British and ready is fleeing from Cracow, from The Hogue and Cressy drew in close (
,,I..lt followed nQ'ular bu ine k 14.'IIBlon. I the nublir had been invited. and iI I I4 French 71,947; AI-:9'- :4 which city a portion of ..the unique to her and were standing by to save $10,00Tto,0ne
: I cordial welcome -ext d'ed-"th; lies 67,661. Total, 139,608. library already has been removed for
*belcS'lnth.ii TooniB. 'M n.' J IX'Woodbeck f was 10) Gettysburg, July 1 to 3., 1863-- 4 her crew when they also were torpe
.}; and Mrs. Nellie Rohere a-- new school and its instructor, Prof. ) 4 safety. Report received in the Russian doed. .
: Federals, 80,000 Confederates
;
JA.S,. *isted'th. member in the serving of Bernard C. Anstead. 0) Total 160,000. capital are to the effect that Aus- The list of the casualties among
80000. ,
,delicious refreshments.J Couhty Superintendent of Schools, trian-Polish volunteers aw declining their crews will be published as soon
W. J. Sears <0Sedan, August 29 to Septem- to against the Russians. These : Person
.0i"ooI -- in his address of-welcome serve as they are known. ;
'!'! J Daughter. of Wesley., ) assured the management that the institution 0) ber 1, 1870-French, 150,000; 4 4 give the Russians hope that Cracow I .5 ,:
Total 400-
: German, 250.OOO. ,
The Daughters of Wesley of the would have the hearty support l 0- 000. 4 may be delivered\ to them without a The Aboukir, Hogue and Cressv

;4 Methodist church held their regular of the county school officials at : 0) Mukden, Mar h 1 to 10, 1805- struggle. The Russians claim still each had a displacement of 12,000tone. )
{'; business meeting at the home of Mrs. all times He said; that he considereda i > <010) further victories against the Austrian Each was 440 feet long and Have followed .
Russians 400.0OO Japanese
ever a
H., M.1 Pfann on Emmett t-treet Wed school of the character this promises ; 4I4 forces attempting to ,reach Cracow 69.5 feet ",wide drew twenty-six feet of I you mystery
rvt' t nesday-afternoon. Back dues werer' to be an important addition to l 301,000. Total 701000. O and they predict that!; there is no water and had a complement of 755 to its conclusion ? Have
looked after and a social planned, the the educational advantages of the city chance of the Austrian resuming the men including officers.

k dat* of which will be announced later. and as such he hoped to see it prosper j offensive before next; spring. I Their armaments consisted of two you ever ferreted out a great

';,f; There being no other business the I A part of his remarks were addressed Paris, Sept. 25.-The formidable That the Austrian army was not so 19.2 inch guns., twelve six-inch guns,
\:' meeting adjourned. Those present i directly to the young men entering i!i German right is still flinching accord-i badly demoralized and disorganized as twelve twelve-pounders and five three crime all by yourself> If you -
were Misses Maud Alice Wagner,I the school advising them of the op- ing to official announcement, under I[ at first reported ill indicated by the I pounders each. The Aboukir'and the

Helen.Ban, Ecfeel Lee Laura Thomas, 'portunity! it affords to fit them for the unrelenting blows of the Franco- 1! admission from Petrograd of the determined Cressy were built at Govan and .the hue not, then you ought to realize -
Parah Clark. Nettie Newton and Mat-[\ successful business careers and urging -! English battering ram. Even the famous nature of the four days' assault Hogue at Barrow.

ti* .Bell. Hams them to. be thorough in all their'' Guards, as in the battle of the : which preceded the recapture of right .now that all criminal
-+- work. I Marne, are unable to stand the pressure Lemberg. GERMANS SAY ONESUBMARINE

v,t Norton-Darin. \\'elt'omeFrGm- Lawyers. i, and are giving a little more SUNK SHIPS try to cover their trail, and clever
v 'A recent wedding much local interest 82,000 RUSSIANS:: CAPTURED;
Mr. Pat Johnson extended the i ground every day. Berlin, Sept. 23.-Reports receivedby
united in marriage Mr. William in Lorraine 150,000 ARE KILLED criminals such as the mem- "
Thedi..ersion- attempted
_ school welcome I the German admiralty show that
a from the of
lawyers
I Berlin, < :: 23.-It officially :
Germany Sept
is -
Blaxham Norton and Miss Thelma i I
ineffectual the Germans -
the city. He said he having proved the destruction yesterday of three
hoped the time
} Date Dann. The drive stated that the Russians lost bers of the "Black Hundred" ilk
ct'remony'wu per would soon come when two hundred I I are now making a fierce i'I British cruisers in the North sea via
( t; formed by Rev A. :M Chisholm on | in the Wf'Ovr district northeast- of in.the battles near Tannenberg 92,000 accomplished by the German submarine
September 16 at the home of the by pupils the were school taking and when the courses its graduates offered j 1 Verdun. The object, no doubt, is to men captured and 150,000 men killed U-9, single-handed. the Million Dollar Mystery: .ucceed -

brfc>>'. parents, Mr and Mrs J. J. would hold the most influential! -|i Cut off the- army operating around 'Submarine Carried Three Torpedoes.The .
*, "'' Dann on Dillingham avenue. Mr. In the county. were positions '] Nancy, but the Germans already have i RUSSIANS SWEEPING U-9 was built in 1910 at Dan- I It takes a great-the very
Pupils as-I
''t Norton i i. a resident of Polk county sured that members of the legal I tried to make an opening betweenVerdun zig. She is of 300 tons and her armament -
and.after the ceremony the couple mo- stood rea.dy to them profession I and Toul, besieging Troyon st II I consists of three 18-inch greatest detective to point the
Kjtored to the groom's. home, help in the- time.. It is doubtful that tubes and
possible name ALL BEFORE THEM torpedo two 1-pounder gun
; charming any way way-and we have him in the
.will retid TIle'bride i .time''
this
ff a Mr. H. C. Stanford, representing they will succeed any better Her speed submerged is eight knots
,..' 'yO1be.Jady of this city and many the business interests of the I than they did in. the former attempt. 'and on the surface thirteen knots. ofWrnl '
\ : city, expressed -
person
friends'.. "here- with them much happit the opinion that Kissimmee Nevertheless, the maneuver constitutes i j i Petrograd Russie, (via Paris),
: NINE KILLED ON THE CARMA- i
.. e, to the allies .
a menace
., ASV i iar particularly fortunate in the establishment grave Sept. 28.-An official communication
-+- of this commercial school, who, are realising desperately) andh..e issued by the general staff today for NIA.
l'J "Pythian Eentertain. J.
Burns
&' t Staten and said that he believed citizen 'I thus far repulsed- attacks with ,'mally announces the Russian capture London, England.-An official list
every -
_ ,Th Sisters delightfully entertained | of the casualties the Carmania
..Ii''t. > Pythian would c"o-operat to assure its heavy looses. ;; of Jaroslau on September 21,i on i
.V t. Thursday evening in the losing heavily :i which sank armed German merch- ,
That theGerm.n.- are an
success The business-men of the city 'and adds the two days previous the I j I
His articles in Movie
lodge room of the Fraternitybnilding probably more than else realIze I on their right is also attested by Russians had occupied Staroimasto, ant steamer off the South American Pictorial ,
i in honor of the *emberwf theiKisslmmee anyone here of prisoners j ji | shows that killed
; the importance of such an institution the constant arrival i Przeworsk and Lancut (to the north coast, nine men were
I' the National Movie Weekly have
'T band and orchestra. The and it mean much to the youthof and wounded. Today many .utomo- ,and west of Jaroslau. I and five seriously wounded. No officer ,

following program in which both the Kissimmee to be able to have this bile were- Been with wounded, both I "The Russian cavalry is pursuingthe *' names appear among the deador attracted the widest attention
band and orchestra participated, was opportunity for business training at German and allies, passing throughthe retreating Austrian rearguard and seriously wounded.t"OtOO.OOOOO1tOOOOO'O.'O.

charmingly rendered: Vocal solo Miss home. Mr. Stanford's hearty wordsof streets. i' inflicting heavy losses, although the and unless have these help,
I' you
Ella Ma Gilbert; reading Mrs. Earl encouragement to the pupils taking The steady progress of the allie ( Austrians destroyed many bridges," 4

Lopfer;.instrumental solo, Miss Ruby up this work won from them a hearty left fortifies confidence C . here. |I continues the announcement. "Every 4 '- 4 published every week, how can
Mi. Rose O'Berry .
L 'Prevattreading: ; applause. day the number of prisoners and
History- of'the Pythian Sister: Mr. : r London, England Sept. 23.The 4 This p.per-Ie paif tor-if not 4
seized cannon increases. The demor- to win that $10,000
t you expect
4
Policy of SchooL entrenched armies in by yon, then by the Commissionera -
George Overstreet. Orchestra num battle of the
alization of the is shown by
enemy Osceola and is 4
ban rendered were: General Bank Prof. Anstead commenting on the France is progressing with great losses the pillaging and panicky retreat. of county prize) Mr. Burn articles started !
a march; novelette Sunshine and Rose.; i policy of the school, brought to mind but apparently without any decisive Prisoners unanimously assert that a mailed to yon as a courtesy by *
Commissioners.S. +
welts Golden Shower Band number that the School 1* unique in that it stroke on either side. majority of their officers are killedor 0000'00..000.000000000.00.the July 4th, but we have arranged
were' The Old Church: Organ Silver i came about through. the interest' missing, and that the soldiers feelthe

,,Tbread* Among the Gold, and i public spirited citizen of the city, London \ 23Withthe loss keenly. to give you ALL he Las .., ,
Havana, a Chilean dance. A large therefore it differ'' greatly': from the battlefront practically 'unchangedafter "The newly formed Russian regiitnentl 1 , nat party enjoyed the affair and deBekin school that i t. established by private a week of fighting, the terriffic have covered themselves with written on Clue to the Solution'The :'I\ '

:refreshment were served parties primarily for pecuniary gain. struggle of the French and English glory, fighting aide by 'ide with, the II. BULLOCKREAL .-,,;, .

,:' M' VV "' Hiss. I This is really the city's school it's affairs allies to drive, the ,German invadersout veterans.". -of ',,!
,*-!* Boswr' Roberts. will be directed largely by the of France continue

.. :t'i J hive Lilian PrenUs entertained Saturday will of the public. There will be no Laconic and conflicting official announcements ESTATE -
Million'rJ .
I afternoon at her home on Main object in rushing pupils through with- set forth the claims) of AN OTHER BRITISH SHIP ......\NN\NN\N..
out thoroughness and in the shortest
atreet: ta honor of- Miss Ruth Robert. each side that its troops are gaining
I'P I '!of Sanford,who ha been visiting Miss time possible.Instead slight advantages. INSURANCEExamination Dollar MysteryThis
.. Maud Alice'Wagner for the past-.week. an effort will be made tolI.ke Paris says the allies are making PUT OUT OF ACTION
,1. P Mia PrenUs arranged an original entertainment courses very complete and turn progress between Rheims and the Ar- of Titles
(po out graduates that of arrangement mean dial
are capable I
.I'r. for her guest by upply- gonne. Berlin, on the other hand, declares -
lug magazine 'from which pictures handling any and all work they may the German counter-attacks Capetown, Union of South Africa. FREE of cost, a* soon as you accept -

al li r.. were cut,.,describing a journey each be called on to do in the business about Rheims have resulted in their Further details have been obtained Specialty. this extraordinary offer you

,"...: i. guest would like to take. These pic.ture world.The school capture of the strong hill positions at here of the naval action.in the harborof Solicited.C.W.GRIFFIN. will receive reprints of all Burn
curriculum Correspondence
includes
.. were patted in individual scrapbook commercial complete Craonne, eighteen miles northwest of Zanibar last Sunday morning when articles to date, as well as Movie
in shorthandand
a ji; *'and when completed were judged courses Rheims and the occupation of the village the British cruiser Pegasus, under - -- Pictorial for the six month
next
;, !\' and a prize given for the beet. Miss i typewriting, bookkeeping, business of Bethany, three miles northof command of CaptJohn A. Inglish,
,; Boxl 'Irving won the prize, a box of administration, and organization the French city. Berlin claims alsoa was attacked and put out of action -26 consecutive weekly issued

j 1 candy.' Delicious refreshments of and, etc. Special will be courses in French successful attack on the line of forts by the German, cruiser Koenigsberg. and McCalTs Magazine for oaa .

1 ..andwiche. $ Prof.Spanish taught also. south of Verdun, defended by eight If. seems that the Koenigsberg approached year.
; were Prentfe. Those Anstead, the instructor, comes French result of harbor full
t't' \ served by Mri. from the School of Commerce of the army corps, as a Zanzibar at speed
were Misses Ruth Roberts, which German troops have crossed the at 5 a. m. Sunday. Her shooting was I I
Maud Alice and Ada,Wagner, Roxie recommended.University of Georgia, and is highly east border in the direction of Lor- I very accurate. She comenced firing I ,Staple and Fancy

f, Irving of Orlando Laura Thomas, raine. ap 9,000 yards closing in to 7,000. M CALL/ MAGAZINE
:Mildred Winn Orpha Rose t MeDora o. Cooto.o oo One thing seems certain, however; The Pegasus replied with all her
_I Rn.*el, Muriel PrentJs and Mattie 0 the long: drawn out conflict is wearing guns but her artillery was disabledin 1 GROCERIES
v; Belle. Harris.S 4 The KlsaimmeeProgressive Co down the impetuous aggression that fifteen minutes. When her fire i
-+- 4 Club < hitherto has characterized the fightingand ceased there came 'a lull of five min- I

' !. .!040000444444444404404 4 Necdd Your 4 except about Rheims no great effort utes after which the Koenigsberg I

_; a $ $ 4y .
Give year S p a frontal attack. Unless one. side of an hour. I
.. ), to the KlsaimmeeProgressive 4. Have it Ready 4 the City

,j p, '4' ClubSaturday ... 4 Saturday 4

.\ 4 O; and get NINE 4 ..00 0 C 0 U -
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+ .;. Back This Winter.: 4 O.ottO. arrl'4 oar lire very a_' Bi__ TOTI set toe .... teat fartm""y ... .f
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every *> Omr UK "-1. mmt WILL MOT RELEASE THE AMMONIA.which .
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,, -. -0- The "gate of Alcala," a favortt __..*. D* It t.4arBLOWERS*

". .)In. Van baser. Hostess.Wednesday cam among the children of Spain 1* LIME. 'AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY, ; G-RAVSTONE

s ,.. afternoon much like "London bridge." "Moon DEPT. "'Co" OCALA. rLORlD.

L.were and the morning star*" 1* their gameof ,
.arc1e .'Ladles ot..t.be..G..A. !
tag.One child i* chosen for the tfE* Ml,Til rue
;i'1 entertained py Mr*. J". J. Van Duzer, moon and has to stay within the New and _ad-hand automcw

r't i4"her'home, 206 South Beaumont abadow. The otter children, who are Florida Woman Suffers 26 Years I bll_ for .*1. from f 100 t. rr

.J J t". /avennA:: It :was the first social the stars, have to stay only where It i* 1- J *Iy\: : arayston Ovra.r

? '.t'meeting of these ladies since the sum- light If the moon cat .b" a child In | t V. THRUM. Mi.. L I. ffllTEI. lIlT

f.." -< ,. ''taer ,Vacation, it was greatly enjoyed the forbidden shadow the child take And Is At: Last Given Accept This

"6, br all prevent. A verp pleasant feat the place of the moon. Then ** the Relief
stars dance aWl run around In.aad out
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r'.". &//.oflth" afternoon .was the writ- of the shadow they sing: ........ ........404 Offer Today

:;, ., IR. of'their name* on cards of gret- Oh. the moon and the morning ataralOh. 'SWIFT RELIEF FROM STOMACH first doe convinces., It known all LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY ,, ..

.:, '\. and"belt, wishes to be cent to the moon and the morning stars ILLS FOUND BY MRS. PETTIS over'the nation because-of it.. merit.Myr's '

ter, ten: who"bad .moved away, a* this I WIUl"Who"dares the sbadowtM. to tread, e..., OF YBOR CITY.. "'Wonderful Stomach Remedy AT LAWSPECIALIZING The Valley Gazette will 'W'

.J of.ludfe..im to keep in touch clear. the digestive tract of mncold mailed I
at
home
:....:. I :'tJIIth' aU'who' ,were at one time memof'yW.te a. Mr*. T. S. Petti of Ybor City, Fla, accretion and .remove poisonous the regular your weekly "t
,," .. offered for more than twenty-five matter. It bring swift relief to sufferer IN rate of $1.50 a year,
',. i.,. circle, and in that wayery' from-etomach'Uver and bowel --and you will receive
year.with .tomach trouble. She ha ; Movie
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: tee,that; binds." :There were : troubles. resulted. : '.- saved them. from dangerous opera. _. ,AND .ecutive weekly numbers all
plus
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. "it' three viiitinj .ladle;, Mr.Idns. .. Real-Estate't '' Agency.'Realty She took-May'r'WonderfulrStom:, lion; many' are.,sure, it,,.ha .*MVd I. TITLED WORK back Burn'article., and McCalTe. 1
ach and their lives. . ,:
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,' . Aitar:>a'at: f7 enjoyable*:. soda letter, in which she aayai '- atomach' or ;constipation, : '... . .c 0. .. --ell for the regular rate of,The/"-

of,'Ice cream. and .: bought) and cold. ,, : ,"I;:was almost frightened at the results :.. no 'matter'.ofhow' lontf/ tandu>g, to 'Valley! : Gazette.. Turn)in'7ODf' *
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'' Improvement In my condition\ I have Stomach Remedy-;;on. -dose will'con- '
also celebrated :Taxes paid and.Titles ,..rI I ..-- ..- .. .subscription to Mevie 1
; on . told many' of' my.acquaintance i: of vine you.,, V TM i* the ,medicine *o -.., Y. saes b .. ,Pktarial t1 j
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'*UK nSSBUBEE.VALLEY GAZETTE :: .. ... .o .' .,...,, : Mrs. H IU'7.I'.i oilman', and 'baby .aaeeeeao.eoe...o.oeodee_ = TOM(%CAMPBELL IS 'HAVING: -;, Lei Me >

-f" *' CHURCH EW&. 0
Mr. Anltman .
who has been In the
I+ PnWiahed Every Friday,By': 0 HELP FILLKISSIMMEE 0 West- for some time. Ur. vend Mrs.. 0.: .ti, ;*'. .. ;0 ;.t'in';; the, city this q

a... w.-.. ....... ? , 0 WITH '0 Aultman expect to pake* their' home .oooooooo..o..o..' ,. Week was Tom Campbell tax-collector "Your. Place.this '

,., , .. <>.., ." .. :. ,WINTER TOURISTS.0 at El Paso,. Texas,. 'N BAPTIST CHURCH. of Palm. Beach county who spent' ". .'
... ,, ., _, Monday grating old friend. here.
.0..1 .... Mr. Lee. 'Jarrell has returned' to IA r' -- y' Summer' ,
... ..'. .00000000..0. Dr. A."J. Holt has returned from Mr. Campbell la an Osceola county

i I'' Weather),Report irs.;'.E.;' Sinborn: and Mrs. A.,' 1* University Gainesville)of to resume Florida.his')work fr. Jan-ell.in the hit .vacation and will preach ,at the boy and many people throughout the ,. -
know him and watching
are
:Morris and little daughter ,of St. has spent four in the University Baptist church Sunday morning: and county
Cloud' were;, in the city on business years night, at the regular ,time.PRESBYTERIAN successful rise with interest. He I prepared to ''
convert n
taking an A..B. course" and this year was born at, Batsenger, came to Kis am
Following are the.daily temperature Wednesday, he Is ,studying law I" : RALLY. simmer when a boy and worked'for: any 'area of land 1'>rithm :treasonable :.'

;,. and precipitation a* ,:Miss'Ruth Roberts of. Sanford'who John Power, formerly of this eounty his board in order to be where, he '

,< > reported by the .Governmentatatlon' has been visiting Miss Maude Alice but,now one of the .leading mere The September Rally at the Presbyterian could attend school. A few yean ago distance,of, Kiatimmee -'

J' at Kitsimmee for the Wagner in,the' ', city.. ;, returned!',home ,and agta of Fort Pierce spent; Sunday church will culminate Sundayand he worked. 'went at to whatever Palm Beach be .could-county find and, to no (matter bow '
'' ; :24 .'191(. Wednesday i Monday KUslmmee.,, He was it is hoped,, the records will be
; ; week. ending. Sept do. When he had saved little mon'
his a
on to Indian Spring Ga.. to .
': ""'-' .* Mr., and Mrs?,John'Frailer and son, way *; .. broken attendance- at all hours he invested in real estate which rough ,,01' ecied..jato a'productive'
Max.Mln.RalnSaturday of Calgary, Canada.have arrived! in spend two weeks recreating ' Sunday,-School, preaching .services ey rapidly enhanced in .value anI which ''an'dremuaere..
.
", '" Friday ..s..9O '70 Kissimmee, and will make their home J.' B. Dillard and family"and E.; H. and Endeavor me.tlneLet all con, he was.able to turn so as to accumulate ,

) _____.92' 70 2.50 here In .future.. Ray returned to'.the city yesterday corned lend a hand to'the accomplishment more property. Now he'Is worth tire condition.. ,

+ Sunday ,_.____87 70 B. B. Bruce and" E..S. Thompson of from Spartanburg, ,' S'. C., where they of this.purpose. several thousand dollars and Is one --.....;:
spent the Mr. and Mrs.
't': ; He ... _88 '71 Chattanooga. Teen., were,two out-of- summer. of the most influential citizens of,the "t "
>naayT: .' state visitors registered at the Manhattan Dillard will again be in .charge of the .THE EV EVANGELISTIC MEETING county h.'represents. .. '
,.+t, Tuesday __J90 71 this week. Franklin boarding house on Emmett -' Mr. Campbell bad proved himself aft ,EstlmaieiandPlansFilrnished.
"j Wednesday: _...89,, 70 I. street : "Rev' J. M.. Fitzgerald, the evangelist able politician before being elected. to "
,,. I S. S. Griffin nominee for representative should arrived Saturday afternoon and the office of collector.. '" .
Thursday ._...k92 67 .50 Why we' worry 'about the I tax ,tWII. \., .
from Orange '''county, was war, when the:! cattle are going. out held his first service that night. He '
i. ....'O..OO.o.UOOOO..O' greeting his many friends in Kissim by the ,train load, and the packing exhibits much consecration and is desperately '
i ** uiuusiiiliuuuiuuupisuIs I I I mee last Monday. houses are getting ready' to send out in earnest He manifests ,-- ---.......- Yoo Need a Oeaeral"--Tonic--- -- Alf.'W: LawThe V M/
Friends are glad to note that Mis the largest crop of fruits and vege- peat anxiety to be helpful..in bringing :: Take aro's'eThe :
Lord is) again able to be etcher place tables eve!' shipped from Osceola sinners into the fold of Christ Old Standard''Crove'a "Tasteless : .Developer of .... Model'
LOCAL FIELD i : irr the Stanford store after an illness county T Services are belrig held every night chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Farm
General Tonic because It contains the ,
of several weeks. O. E. !Kampman of Huntington, Ind, in the fraternal building. Attendanceand \ a'
well known tonic propertieaof QUININE
interest are steadily increasing Be. 145.Kiubismee.'
his and John Miller of Terre Haute, arrived '
Mr. M. Katz continues visit in and IRON U acts on the User DriveseotMalaria
,.. ;-ft II 111111 i le I I'. III I II .1111 ,', the eastern markets where he is buy in the city last week with their and .we-till trust'tble increase! will continue -Kurfc-bee.. tbe Blood and : Fl. j

'. ing fall and winter stock. for the Kate families and -will spend :the.nnter agreatneetingisdevelopedin II Build up the Whole System., -90 cents.. ,.
W. midst and saved.Tl atl
H. Brokaw, with Griffin* here. They are both considering buying our many are
{ .Brothers. the tree people. 40tr department.Itore. property In the Thurman City i-> services Sunday will be at 3''
; Miss Bessie Guy' has returned to subdivision.Mr. 'lockItbe ii m oi1''IId at night;
An Orlando visitor in town Monday. There is before the
her home at Kenansville after a pleas- an opportunity
.
Frank Norton of Dundee FlorIda
.lr I was C. FMorse.. Christian of Kissimmee to have
Miss people
t.( ant visit here with her friend, father of Miss Elsie Norton, the

'ff1 J. F. O'Berry spent,Monday in St Annie Niemeyer.This new postotTice clerk, has moved his a good.good We meeting plead and earnestly do everlasting with all ,.
: Cloud on business. week A. S. Gilbert purchased family to the city so that the children
concerned to give their hearty
us co
..' a fine new Oakland car of the latest may have the benefit of school. Theyare .a.
This
is stand off
... .C. L Bandy made a business trip model. The sale was made by Fred located on Clyde avenue near operation. no time to ; .
and look to raise questions.Let
on nor
to Orlando
'. '" Tuesday. Bass, local agent. I Mayor May's residence.Mr. all push the battle to the very .

p W. W. Wirt of Kenansville spent C. W. Ward writes from New York and Mrs. D. W. Douglass and gates of the strongholds,,of.sin.

r f l + Tuesday KUsimmee.\ that he will reach Kissiramee the first Jude' _and. Mrs,_ H_._ W. Illman, of There_ work.for ail., If you can __ __ _.. ..... ..... ..
:
Everett Wash. newarrivals1n ''' .
,
X' "" Mrs. Sutton of Lakeland was a recent of October. Mr. Ward always spends : are not sing, pray. If you cannot talkin ,'
his winters here and is well known. I the city, who expect to make their public, talk privately and by this
'' visitor In the city. I WANT YOU 'TO GO. AND SEE
I ,, I homes here. Mr. Douglass has purchased means move somebody to action. ;, :
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elswick visit Fred Worth of Tampa was in the property in the Pinedale subdivision There is no greater work'than saving -
ed in Tampa this week. city yesterday investigating,the local and will begin the erection ofa souls and building character for "
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this
WONDERFUL
cattle market. Mr. Worth runs a large home
I' at once.
: eternity. Let all keep busy. ..
i!. Mayor May made a brief business establishment in Tampa. '
trip to Orlando Monday. butchering Seth Tyson; who is now located at W. H. JONES, Prelldent.OOO.&OO"'OtOOO'.
fJ Rull Bass and family are located I Rosalie buying fish for the Livingston
\ Joe Lester of Tampa was in the I in their new home at Cape Breeze,! &: Tyson Fish company, spent

,., city Tuesday on business. which Mr. Bass purchased in order to Monday looking after business mat- 0 "0 That MillionDollarLookii
the school months ters in Kissimmee. Mr. Tyson is highly -
Mrs. L. Mosbtjr: of St. Cloud was be in town during 0 The Kisimmee
shopping in thty recently. aftera pleased with the way business is Club + .
k:' Mrs. A. J. Holt is home again glairing off. He sent eighty bar- Progressive
: L Garrett of Campbell Station,.was month in one of the Tampa hospitals rels of fish-16,000 up poundslastweek. 0 Needs Your 0
r }. in town on business this week. and friends will be glad to learn $ Q $ :
that she is greatly improved in health 0.
i r Capt. and Mrs. D. G. Francis have C. W. Ward returned last night 0 Have. it Ready 0 ..
I+ been visiting in Tampa this week. J. W. Harris has returned from a after spending the summer in New 0 Saturday.OOOOOOO.'OOOOO.. 4
I several weeks' stay in Lakeland look York and Canada, and is located at 4' a
\ Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. ing after the Dutton-Harns store at the Graystone for the winter. He reports 0 .
r t'l '. r Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf that place during W. Av Smith's ill a very pleasant outing and is

r Col. F. A. Lincoln spent Saturday feeling much better as a result of his .
, and Sunday in Mt. Dora on business.T ness.Mr.. and Mrs. N. C. Bryan and Mr. trip. Mr. Ward had arranged to go Larry L. Pope of Loughman was in '

t B. Town and wife of Ocala, Fla., and Mrs. C. W. Griffin returned Ga. where home to summer Switzerland, and was the bout latter ready part to of sail the the returned city yesterday.from a trip Mr.to Pope Toledo has, Ohio lust, To Appear at the CASINO '

ye. 1r. pent Sunday and Monday in the city last night from Demorest, two, weeks when the war broke out. and other western points. He state '

,Mr. Andre van der Meersch is exjrpected they have been spending a Claude Bratton, who has been engaged that wherever he went he found the 29And
y , ; ,'York. Judge T. M. Murphy has returned East Coast for several years, is in and thinks that the state will enter- Tuesday Night September b r .
' from a two weks visit in Green the city visiting his parents, Mr. and tain more visitors and homeseekersthis ,
'Y W. A. Drawdy of Whittier was
Springs, where he went for a rest and Mrs. H. N. Bratton and incidentally season than ever before. Larry
transacting business here early' in the to seek relief from an attack of rbeu- nursing an injured leg which came in thinks that Florida I is in much bet- ...

t J, .3'1nek.' matism. contact with the fly wheel of a gas teE shape financially than any section
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t'iirlJI! Mrs. Beadle Quiet returned Monday 6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case oline engine, causing deep lacerations.He he vifited. I
r,, after a visit witb her parents in Wan- of Fever or Chills.- Price, 25 cents. was accompanied. home by hi.'' Mr. and Mrs. VL' W. Meiklejon left I I'm going to. '
l' shah brother, Robert who spent a few days Thursday night for Canada, where I pay your way.y
Miss Roxie Irving, who has been here to his work. I .y,
' beforereturning will offer himself for
J., Lost Pair glasses, on Tuesday. Mrs. F. S. Gilbert Mr. Meiklejon' -
. eye visiting her cousin, I'm '
, .' Suitable reward if returned to 307 her home stet, C. M. Matthews, who came to Kissimmee war service in Europe providing his going to give away 100 tickets
at on
Bryan send .
Aim. If he is .
St. 40-lt pd her home in Orlando from Arkansas last April and country eees fit to ;,
returned to-
Church
purchased ten acres of land just northof sent to the battlefront, Mrs. Meikle
'Mr. and Mrs.. I. H. Wetherbee of Thursday. i Rosehfll cemetery, has' completeda jon will enter the Red Cross service like. this

+ HD1lard'.'Jsinad.., .were.- in Klssimmee Breaker & Barclay report'the sale handsome bungalow and moved on asa: trained nurse. For the present; g.'ADMIT ONE.
on Monday of a residence on Mabbette street to to his property,1 He also has his land however, she expect to work in Can to the first : : '
Leonard William of Loughman was John,, Knoxr-of Ohio, .who arrived in cleared and in good shape for plant ada under the direction of the Daugh 'i i : TO
to business this the city last week and will make his ing to citrus fruits, which he proposes tars of the Empire!: to help,relieve con.

,.' attending dty,.Tuesday. matters 7 .: hornet. here, '.. ....;, .: , ' to do ,this fall i I'- ." ... ditions. among, the many'unemployed., too men and, #''MiLLiON'DOLOR LOOK" {

'W'H.: Hulbert, Leon'' D. Lamb and I Mr. and Mr:T. J. M ''Wihson, 'Jr., .

c. F. Outlaw were St. Cloud visitors sail from New Yoi us the 28th, young: men ,SHOW AT CASINO'SEPTEMBER ', J'
via Tampa for home, after spendingthe ,
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a' in .town Monday.
summer in the Adirondacks and who call for '29.,1914 ,
'xr Mr*. Randall McLaughton of. Portland .New York City. Stanford's Stanford's
Ore., has come to spend the win- I I I.

ter in Kissimmee. week H. C.from Lightsey West Virginia returned, home where last he them at my shop. Absolutely, FREE!' .

W. J. Sean, democratic nominee had spent four months on a business ;
1| for congress made a business trip to trip. While away he visited in Washington At own private ;I have
1 my
expense ,
Tampa this week. City several times. t

f Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck spent Attorneys Lewis O'Bryan, H. D. Every Department Has- brought to this city one of, the.great- dl
Wednesday night in St, Cloud, the Geiger and G P. Garrett spent! Mon-

guest of friends. day in Ocala, where they appeared be- picture-plays that has ever been. '. ,.,
and Gordon Pearce fore Judge Bullock to submit arguments ,
J. C. Morgan .
were in Tampa the early'part of the in chancery matters.S. For produced. '

week on business. J. Sligh of Orlando, one of the Prepared Lavishly f

Mrs. E G. Pearce and Miss Inez leading fruit dealers of the state, is For years I have been waiting and hoping for some book or play",
Taylor of St. Cloud were shopping spending today in Kissimmee looking or sermon that would make clear the powerful lesion that this picture y''
In the city Thursday. after business connected with the opening \ show It i il lesson that r
of the shipping season.F. a means greater succeti: -bntiaest success, "
I 8 or <6 t of Fever or Chill Price. 26 cent H. Lawson who has been in a to himself-and apply it in hit daily living. '
..(,IN' Tampa hospital Peer several weeks, underwent ... l lI
Robert Brantly and E. E. Brantly a successful operation several brought this picture to The Graytton Casino because i
'4 .of Loughman were in the city on bus- days ago and will probably be able to I believe that every red-corpuscled! American' man'*who r.

.Ft, mess several days ago. return home in two weeks' time. Our new line of fall merchandise it now here and we are preparedto sees it can reap H profit from it -and become a bigger.man r

J"'{ Miss Lucy Buckels left Monday for Messrs. C. H, Patrick and J. H.: Silks through it-and I want to do my share to get it before as ?. 3
t)J1': Tallahassee where, she will enter the Woodall and the Misses Irene and satisfy your wants, whether its Dress Goods Trimming. Matt, ninny folks right here at home as" I.can. It a helped me-I ,
State College for Women. from Orlando want you to enjoy its help, too.I .
; Daisy Patrick motored down Shoe or Outergarmeqtt for men, women or children. All the new ,
Mr*. Pike of. Eagle Lake is vis1 and spent last Sunday visiting am not going to spoil your enjoyment, your ""thrill" and '
goods embody the latest styles and of quality unsurpassed. Our your
relatives in Kissimmee. are a
friends and
Mrs. R, B. Savage
,
sting her daughter, excitement by telling you here what the story is. Wait and enjoy the'urpri.e
.:, >:at the Manhattan this week. I County Commissioner O. R. Bass stock is large and assortments are not equalled in any other Kis- for yourself. .

"f 1: Mr*. G. F. Krlbba has been visiting spent Sunday and Monday in the city, immee Come and I am simply going 'to record with the statement'' |
fat Lake Helen, Volusia county! recuperating -', having come up from Whittier with ttore. .ee.WOMENS' go on that it will. d
f from a recent illness. j the bunch of cat which. were ship- grip you from the first exposure to the last 'scene :and make you, say a". {
,. &: company. Saturdaynight. hundred timer "Why wasn't this picture ,
thought of before
ever V
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: Messrs. John, Beauregard: and Will ;<,
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ST' :Drawdy, of the Whittier section: were NEW FALL SHOESOUR Men have lost untold'opportunitiei; have sacrificed dearest amhii,

.' f l "In the city a few days this week. has Miss been Collin visiting ton Mr., of and England Mrs. ,R.who' W. bona i have handicapped the hopes of years, purely'and solely'through,

..'' ''">WE.:: 'k.. Albritton and W. I. Mallett'v'Sfere Meiklejon for some time, left Thursday NEW STOCK.... OF' a lack of the knowledge that this picture'vividly and dramatically
: ' over from St. Cloud Wednesday, night for !Canada.) She was accompanied imparts. '. '

'looking after business interests. by Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Men have euchred themselves out of I big>> business gain 1'*.,harp I ."'"'. ,
5 B.3.'Quarles'and'W.' J Mapp, trav Meiklejon.Mr. Queen QualitySHOES '
; closed the door to counties success chance, have defeated themlel.a. "
shoe salesmen, were calling on of Goulds : *
cling and Mrs. Cauley' "
in business but
not only in "
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1 ; politici, *
the Button-Harris store this week. Fla., visited the' family of J. Z. Rob- society--YES EVEN IN ;

'' :Chary' Goodrich of St Cloud spent erson this, week. They made the trip .ARE NOW HERE. LOVE -becaute they never studied< and mattered the' lesson that this''., '
; in this city and made The here by way of Key West,and.Tampa < picture make clear to them ..
Thursday returned and the The QUEEN QUALITY It the best .'. whew Made, It U .
j' Gazette office an appreciated call. and via Jacksonville .om. If you want to play; the game of success skilfully and victoriously; eft

'G l:ft,;Dr: A. J. Holt returned the early East Coast. ..... '..speciady'for: wore!>> who are particular about ....... Theo if )you want to ,be a dominating factor in life* power;,c rc.Jea- ,

..."' ,.. part of the week from point. in Ten'neasee ranch Jack apt Wf/iidden Cabbage came Bluff up on from the Kissimmee his ;taoes peneu qnaEty .style, ease u4 comfort: Queen. Qaafity sheer Taea de't forget te tee TaatlOiffieB Dollar; Le if"..at The'Catiae." n
bis vacation
"i' , :where he spent river,*and spent Wednesdayand cone'fit.. aO leathers aid in aD sixes, fi hi .pulps, oxf ordt and la the. very aut Tuesday eight Come and ret yew. FREE, ticket.BOW, r{ r KOIiver'si.tatorrih
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Mrs. Earl'Lupfer and little ion re- Thursday looking after business aael dressy fabric ( < .' .
naart
turned home Tuesday after',a visit of matter in this city., Mr. WUdden I.a i I. ;.* . top :
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.3.,' seversl'week1' ..with! --relative--_ ,in- ,.Geor-... large cattle raiser,'and is naturally Price ride.from !.*,.., i. : i ..
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PAGE: '8.. THE KISSIMHEE, :VALLEY 'GAZETTE' '"' ,FRIDAY SEPTEMBER', :2S,,, Jlk.r : .


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Here You: Are l- V HANDSOME PANAMA '
i BOOK, ON -PACIFiB' INTERNATIONAL

'., A: ;"Perfect 36""A FOR EVENING ''WEAR. COAT FOR GOLFERS. EXPOSITION AND, PANAMA CANAL i RttlON MAILED +

It '
__: ' 'JVI1IadY9VIfrror 'TO ALL INQUIRERS -FREE OF CHARGE.
Charming Frook .f fet For the ,Usoful land, 'Smart'Wrap ....
1 Perfect 88." You've heard that College Girl's Entertainments.NET ,. .For; ; Early, Autumn" Sports.STEHOIIED v
expression often'' enough,* but do you HANDSOME book-of sixty pages.. Illustrated profusely in colors and

,know the dimensions that go to makeup A giving detailed, descriptions of the Panama-Pacifle i : International

the perfect! figure T ] Exposition to be ".lella San Francisco from Feb 20 vital Dec 4.101S .

I' Well, here they are! .J.J'un '" and of the Panama canal$ and the canal region will be mailed by" ,v'

>r-' Chicago is .looking for 100 young / t.rt the Panama-PacLOc International ,BxrxwlUon free of charge -toall inquirers. '

women to display the new American ( The booklet Is Intended .. a general guide to prospective" visitors -
&'own'.t ,the Home Exposition: September ,
% 1t4r "s3's and will also contain information concerning the great leo&lneerinc'feat 71

16 to 26, enlisted 25 Baths For the Hair. which the Exp sttlon Is to celebrate. Write to the Manager,*" the1'
Frank J. Mitchell has .
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women's clubs -in the hunt for the In some case* the scalp become extremely .., l" Bureau of Publication. Panama-Pacific International.. Exposition.. Ea 5

w. .hundred>living images of Venus. dry and the hair wiry and brittle ; : ..... position. building, San Francisco,, for the booklet '
''' 4 ..
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f :"I've been besieged with telephone when exposed to the salt air. it I

calls already from young women who U then necessary to use a little oil to 'r- 1
*. 'believe>> they have the perfect 36,"' he ;;q"" '
natural oil
.says.. "This is the happy medium .4"' t; x replace the : CTAME OF INITIALS. OOoOOO O.. OOO'o OO :
and wo While the sun has an ill effect upon """ t If
from which all dressmakers
'
men's'tailors drape either up or down. wet hair (salt water) It.Is.very; ,ben eftcial This is a jolly game, requires no THE POPULAR GIRL. .
VVT preparation and makes lots of fun. .
Slip'sS"t ,
'.:As the neck should be when the hair is dry. So while ---- .
i an average the bust 37 the '. i c 4 4, ; The guests sit in a circle around the 10 I The popular girl is not*
J
13-Inches in ,
girth; ; at the seashore a dally sun bath will room. One sits jn a revolving chairin 0 gressive and does not wish

waist The, 26 length; the of hips the, 40.skirt from the be good.' the center of the circle so that he 0 contradict and, argue. She oar

waist line to within; two inches of the Take off .the cap, shake outthebalr can easily face any one in the, room. 0 not cause pain By a fooltt L'
"Ladies and gentlemen he OV unguardeoTuse o'f" her ._'0j .
tongueT
; .- floor=ehouJd be forty 01 forty-one ond'let It float In the breese, runningthe begins "
''f inches but they are wearing! them fingers through' So' the hair roots attx Z "I am here for criticism, advice and i 0 If you invite her anywhere she ;:; i, ,1',1'I.
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r' ... ,Shorter this season The perfect 36 may be benelted) by the air, sun andventilation. condemnation. I am not sensitive andIt I.0 always pays you the compliment'* 'v .
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'' should 19V4 inches r doesn't matter what I get, but the O of looking her best.and being at ".;
M figure measure ,
sleevemeasureThe line w principal! words of"your answers must her beet '.:> -aV.t t.. .e
, down inside the the back from the base of the This treatment If persevered In Will M t htad begin with my initials, J. C. F." Turning I. She makes the world a pIe... *;'lf'''' 'y
r be found to work wonders and Incident to the first player, he "What 0 ant for other .:
"s'' collar to the waist line should Ie) 15'ali says: I place people to 'JoOo
inches I ly mean a saving of time and sort of a chap am I?" dwell in by being pleasant her (

4 VSc4 money for professional treatment will "Jaunty, careless and fresh," mightbe I'0 t
"These figures are an average. i self.She ;
'What we call the perfect 36 has a be entirely unnecessary upon the return answered.To 0 does not want to take the) ;.

bust measurement of 86V4 to 38 inches home. the next one he asks, 'What sort 0 front of the stage. Though, if t
but 37 is the ideal. -- of a wife ought I to have" 0 she has to do ao she manages to' *

,"Seventy-five per cent of the women < 3 -r Headache Cur. "Jolly, crisp and flirty would be a 0 take it prettily and without; giving 4

s.rIP- below the :36 standard and the For summer headaches there Is nothing rather appalling description. Questions 0 offense. .

rest are over. For some it is a sort better than auijiromatlc sponge. and answers might go on some- 0 She has equally nice manners) .

-of equator which they bass at a cer- Any good cologne or toTfet water can what after this fashion: 0 for'all and a touch of deference) *'
; "
a'r'
rr rtatn age. When they allow their mus-1 be for though Florida lj. "What ought I to eat? 0 for age and experience. .
.des to become flabby and loose from I, employed Jhls and lavender waternre A. "Jam custard and fish!' 0 She is never bored; not beCause *
lack of exercise some take on weight j water bay rum Q. "What profession am I best 0 she does not meet, with *'

and other shrink. In draping !gowns perhaps/ the most effective. fitted for?" 0 gray days but because she has *
A' do not take into consideration the I Fill n basin with very hot water. A. "Janitor, carpenter or fisher 0 sunshine in her heart.Show .
.we
>other measurements of the so-called m _" '" ..........._ ._ Add; cologne! until the vapor of steam I man." ... f .

perfect woman because they have no KVIN1.NO: O=. arising from the mixture: is pungent; ')I Q. What other Business would I OOO OOOOOOOOOOOO.O.I I

r'. effect on the fit of the garment..' I then with a 'blt of old soft table linen'' succeed in ?" ooooooooooooo'o"
A l There will be various" entertainments i dipped into the water bathe the fac||1 A. "Judge, commercial lawyer" 4 u

oooooo o ooooOOtOOCOOO ;I at college/ which will demand gently: patting It rather than rubbing inanciar." I 0 your "Booster' t
I dress of the fair student but (I
evening It. And so on, as long as questionsand 0 spirit by 0
WOMEN! ARE DOING- 0M' a simple, pretty evening frock of be of. Whena i
*> WHAT I answers can thought 0 siring one S 0
Use a rotary motion on forehead and I I
0i'J modest style will be the requirement, fails to make he
person an answer ,,0. Saturday for the {
and when the face feels soothed
'H .....000000000.00 000 O OOOH+ I not a fluffy, coquettish dance frockof temples must change places with; the questioner Benefit of Kl lmmeP. ;
tulle with a daring decolletage.I II | reheat the water or add more, dip I COAT. and !give his own initials, then : :
Label Is No Guarantee. willow taffeta in blue the cloth into It, wring out a little
j Soft
,' ) Helen Louise Johnson, household I pussy ( 1 For fall sports the coat pictured- here proceed to ask questions about him- < ><> 4> 4- *-OOoOO.*O'OO'O.'OO.
c ; raspberry or oleander pink or in some j and allow the dripping cloth to rest at
of New York, is smart and pleasing. The wrap is of J'1
self.No
? economic expert says
dainty shade of lavender, buff or pale base of brain and behind the ears. question is allowed on any other "'
under I white cotele
adorned stenciled
t; that the'' clause "Guaranteed with a
will make a dainty frock. The j relaxed and
green Then lie with body eyes subject or about one elseTwo
"' the food and drugs act of 1906" leN I border In blue and white and caught in any .
skirt have frills and
may scalloped closed for at least fifteen minutes. minutes may be allowed for thinkingof I I
probably the most misleading thing front with n fringed 80"h. The coat t
chiffon or lace niay be used for the
an answer, but it is more fun to
about a food package. This is not bodice, provided its style is not too mny be worn with n little whit.e sports answer quickly and keep the game i
.guarantee of purity, but simply a decollete for the student Shapely Finger Nails. hat of the MKUIP. umterlil. Reeovon :j
lively. Woman
Finally
guarantee of the manufacturer to the Pictured here is a charming eve- To keep the finger nails a good shapefile

V 14 V: ,Jobber that if the goods misbranded are seized when I ning! gown for a young! girl. It is them every day rather than cut TWO DAYS OF UNITED EFFORT- I From Nervous BreakdownImpoverished -I IW Ifn :$
being illegal or
as fashioned! of plain and embroidered them once or twice a week. Before
In the hands of the seller, the manufacturer i net. An insertion of black moire rib- I filing the hands should be thoroughly For ChildrenPrince I nerves dutro.maa.t')
i must; will or can be held as I I' bgn is applied to the foundation skirt. washed with soft water and good soap. the Last week 150.000 men from ninety I people before their time. Often'be i f
It the Missouri counties worked the realises what the .Y
the responsible party. protects 1 The tunic is of embroidered net on public fore a sufferer
5 Wholesale grocer or the retailer, but clasped by a black satin girdle. The The file should be used lightly from highways of that state for two I trouble I is, he is on the verge of a 1

does not protect the consumer unless I elbow sleeves are finished by .frill*. the sides to the middle. days. This was the second annual complete: nervous breakdown, :It ;.
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..J ,hs knows enough to protect himself. The little Dutch : of net makes a Don't trim the nails to a point; it is of PiedmollC; event of this kind and it is estimatedthe is of the utmost importance to keep
cap
charming to the costume.Wear ugly. A rounded form IS far prettier. Heir to Italian Thtone. value of the work done inthe I' your nervous system in goodooOH f ..,I
s' ..F: -Woman Is Decorated. accessory A little good, cold cream or 'olive oil '" two days was 2000000. Improved dition,.all the nerves are the source l'

Pioneer 'days -are not"entlrel y'over, should be rubbed Into the nails before .. machinery was in use in most of the of all bodily power. .. Mrs Rosa ,,

,at least ,for women., Mrs.' Belle Van Jet Ornaments. filing if they are inclined to be brittle.It .."' .i... work, but had the work been done by I Bonner, Big N. 18th ,St. Birmingham ! :,.
Porn Herbert;,president of the International Jet will be worn by every one "this will prevent them from splitting.A old methods the result would have Ala., says: I -

''Congress' of Farm Women season. Jet ornaments with a white '.'.. been felt. I' "I have been,: suffering with nerr-:

Is the first' women";to be decorated' \gown or with a black and white cos- f The State believes in good roads pus prostration for ,- nine or tea
'With the cross of..the Order of;Agriculture tame., are considered "especially chic. Claancing. Cream. and likes the way the Missouri peopledo years. ''Have-tried many of the'best', ,'

of Belgium. : Pictured here Is ;* cut jet 'pendant For cleansing the akin, try the following -. NS. the job. When people want some doctors Birmingham, but they'' all

i cream; One-half ounce each of + + thing enough to do actual, work to get failed to- reach my 'ease. I would

4... ., ; Woman Put In Charge white vax and spermaceti two ounce it then the people are sincere. feel .. if. i ...al'.m theriarr finallyI
',,i" Rose McHugh, district' secretary of: iNN'' tvk7 oil of sweet almonds and two ounces ol There is a road law in Florida which went into convulsions. 'My little'

'_ : ,the Chlcago United Charities and last rosewater Melt the wax and spermaceti -'; makes }t-necessary' for men between girl saw 'T '

:: : 'ear-. Red Cross./worker, at Dayton, Almond oil and when well certain ages to work the ''roads for "
add tie Df MileV Nervineadvertised
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investigation ... ,..
the .
been in charge of -, >' '
certain
juas+ put. : '..{ : blended remove from the fire Mid add' eight days in a year or pay a
: and rehabilitation work at do but It.1\ in the and I at
i "" price for failure to so, papers ;
.. '. Salem, Mass. The bread line has been ;; the rosewater, stirring briskly to cool rarely enforced. We would like for it once began to take It. I continued-
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abolished and effort;. centers now onfindingemployment 'i ,, and creamy. You can dissolve a tiny I to be compulsory for every man, law- to take it for some tune and now I;' o

I [ pinah of borax In the rosewater If you yer, doctor, merchant and laborer to am well..

_... . ,, wish. or can add ten drops tincture of spend a few days in actual work build Jf ;you are troubled with loss of- ,"+

i. TorWaik lo World'. Fair. ; bcnzpln while stirring the cream. ing highways in the county-The appetite, poor digestion, weakness, 3f

: Miss Inca ':Moore' Bang-hart, the 20- I.I I I. State. inability to sleep; if you are in a "

ptA Var-old girl who walked from Chica- I.' .. ; general run down condition and I 4s
'V' tro to New York last year, is planning: ; ..', Saw the Entire Faceiv unable to bear your part of the }"
,to Walk'from New York to the Panama -' '." '. A man at the international polo daily 'grind of life you need something '
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exposition. She will make her I ., games remarked that- he bad never to strengthen your nerves v

I'r .cross-country "hike" unaccompanied. seen women's faces look so well liepuzzled FOR fRESH PISH You may not realize what is the mat ,
about It until a woman en- ter with you, but that is no reason ;

Holds Typewriting Record. 1 lightened him as to the reason-their why you should delay treatment. ,

:At' the competition: for the world's $ hair was brushed away from the'brow I OYSTERS AND SHRIMPCALL Dr. Mile Nervine '

held at ,
typewriting .
championship, and temples. This new coiffure shews
-Toronto; Miss\ Owen, of New York, far has proven its value in nervous dis. ..,
t all the face: and It even goes so as
the holder of the title, maintained her tr orders .for thirty years, and merits; r'' ".
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to the ears. This Is a part; ofa A\\
supremacy, writing 125 words min r uncover Photo by American,Press.AMooIaUoa. a trial; no matter how many other ,
Fritz woman's anatomy that she baa skillfully Broadway Fish Market remedies have failed to '
ute for half an hour. Miss Ross help you.
New York was second with 122.3 kept ftom the public for the last ?prince Humbert heir to the. Italian \&>ld by all druoalata. If tiNt I bottle ., .
of
throne better known his official 1 faila "t.
by
four to benefit your mealy U returned i
Bessie Friedman also years.
words and Miss '
a5 of' New. York, was third with; 122 .S 'WvfS ten title years as Prince ago. of In Piedmont the early was. summer born :, Phone 50 MILE MIDIOAL. co., Klkhart, tai "

,
Tonio.
,words.. Eyebrow '
he embarked on he man-of-war Pug- ,
l :M A good tonic for the eyebrows ,1s lia with a naval tutor for cruise in Served or Promptly Delivered Anywhere ,1';.:,
STORY,OF "TUB COLORS. made with two ounces of petroleum jelly the Mediterranean. Heretofore the in the City.C. i

U one dram of tincture of cantbaridca. young prince has spent his summers" mWE

Tc I' \ ;Nearly everr'bne fifteen drops of oil of lavender andi0f-, with his'mother and three sisters but
lucky. colour. It means l eicourage '' I teen drops of oil of'rosemary. Apply he wants tobe a sailor and therefore -
: ytllab A. President
CARSON. N. C
and .victol')". The red stripes in our night and morning with a tiny; brush. I went to sea. Doubtless his rail was BRYAN Secretary. 'i

i idag!"-mean bravery. This can also be used on the eyelashes of short duration conditions in the

ai 'The god Thor chose It for'hi. color but must not be allowed to get I Mediterranean are anything but The Waters & Carson. r,1

( and sent net streaks of lightning <'rfa S in the eyes since any oily preparationWill The naval training of the
Italian
through track clouds chow that hen Inflame them. crown prince is a departure ...... '
was more powerful than the darkness. from established custom of the house
1g +ay Some Indian chiefs paint their face of Savoy for since the time of its i,

.As red when they are victorious in bat Damp Hand. founder Umberatus I. in 1032. all Grocery Company
tle.: 'l.* Needlewomen who suffer from damp heirs of the house have been broughtup r'

L Green '''la''the color' 'of the, early i bands will find it Is an excellent plan as. soldiers. '
''j. spring. Some people call"it magic to rub the palms of the bands occasionally ITS ).,." ;J
color because they think it i. the color y ? I I with a solution of borax Id a IT'S NOT YOUR TOWN YOU. Whole.a1e and Retail Dealers In
of the fairies, ,who do not.like people (Kalamazoo Commercial Club -Jour-
little alcohol. WbeIl"'fIne' keep a
national color -- ......._ I ) '
Is the r-L .
it. Green
Y I to wear sponge saturated i with the solution :
I
of the .Irish .who admire it very
; II GROCERIES.rh
ranch,:'but the Scotch-do not like' to Jan? vtumu/rt ABTV tractLaoa. ready; at band and occasionally squeese If ron want jto'live in the kind of.Like .

,it bringYellowJs lit in the palms of the bands, allowing .town ,
?l' wear it .e'tber think which be'worn band of ribbon i
.''11,' badlncky-; may on a the moisture to,dry without wiping. ] the kind ef a town you like,, ,
.
a the"Jgn'.ifVthe i 'l. sun be. ,.trated.velvet is Ltt elegant The necklace adair and, also Is made tD.na- ,Yon needn't" slip your .clothes In aAndtaprtoa .. . .. .. ., . . .... .. ... ........' .
Chi- '
it fa . .
cause itiaered, and' tae\ilt -for up:..f Urge cut Jet bead alternated by ;t4.evea4'Hadaoh.*. ft long>> lon 'hike.You'll t.
hold, : .
: Nervous headaches' are a eommoa ? ? WE SELL: EUTi .'
r fi' against di......, In Egypt It 'ornaments built up of small ones. It isflnished \ o HAY. 4> ,
complaint amenf wootefi Jf av 4octor .
and death be- wltn'a naadsome pendant. tIM! whatyon left beN -
color of mourning U not consoled is the best treatmentIsto ot:: .i HIDES -. '.'
.
r the leaves get yelltfwbeforell '. ,GRAIN .
i4 saw r '' V ; peep the patient In'bed*4i& aU-iV there's rtoUlng that's l lti .
I" For really
rfii.f' from Ute trees : ; J* '8PANISB' ( ;' '
FURS.
- A GAME. Nothing to com near her which might V-1f'"-' -3 I7-\ fi'; a .
I IlNp. In,the color of the clear.sky Yn. :- .hewj- .N ,FERTILIZERS. 4 .. .__w.... .,.
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is .) .hter and the ocean. With the "pte of 'Alcata.'f.TOrlte .-worry her; ;All; troeDW' abotld'A ,It'a":Va'knock 'at"''yourself, Irben.y0d .... *, -..-, ,.... .... WOOL
...... It.was. sv'holy color.; It is the I game among the children of"Spain,,is kept away and perfect quiet preserved " knock ,."r'-tows> ; a1 """. '' l .* ( .i,-- :SHINGLES,., ,,0 1y:' .
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much "London v
like-
.Iftection end troth Th. bin. I bridge. ;( "Moon until the overwrought resome It Isn't your town-it'* you? B
... nerves , :
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'and h.7Jn.rnllIa' stars"is : i' V i . 1\-
for Until .. 4 hit their'gamef'tigv their natural ... ORANGE BOXES i .
stand ,
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AND
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;. ,One child.U chosen'for the Rail iowns'are'not JUde' : . . .
by min .t:
absent of colon: apd.om > "''''''''''''- - }.
friiiy 'fff W''
t { all col- moon 'and baa:Jo .lJtay;.wlthln Ute 1 M n ltft VC.k .;:... "rahI"ly.;: ,Vi'AVO: ORANGE WRAPS ,. .': V -; ".4 '' " VV I!_, {
a combination.i. fALLi'
I shadow. 1 The.tAer>childr n .. ahead. 7 . ,l o'e r i fir 'j. .1 '
'._, \ ., .tedi..bocI1.e1. gets ..l *> 1J ';0 It 1\\;' "J'i' r it ,' : . ,t .. ;
.., I the .tan-. ha.. to stay onl, When Barytone.i'works, andnobody .', ''' }i.' .. . ,'
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who'i' ZGLTALE''CRATES ,
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Iia Itht.. If th.-moon. catches 1 . .r..J'j\,' : .{:t -'';;;: ; ,_ I' ;; :;cqUNTKY, ... ., ; :f:
*" ... &,tie. forbUdsn shadow, & 't! j OG raise; 's.Qwn p }! 'QtA; .N'AIUt ,.. f\\ . t: ::1.;... ') ";" ':'

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the stars dance and .
,two ,-.rouncl. Ja And if While yon make your person.
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frf.5 t' : and out'of the shadow thVy sing': *';:''J al stake % "" '- .t.' ?: I! ." .. .!.t f. !;- .'
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cbokv
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FOR CULTIVATION OF CAMPHOR ,h".',' CITRUS'CROP'. ; :,



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'., In*a short'while now-:at the outside ,.' Jacksonville, Fla. -The 'citrus fruit
pot-'more than a- few : years?* Clay; crop of Florida will' lie a' banner one,
'
I' county can boast of a twelve-thousand Column Forward
: this season and almost the entire crap
acre camphor farm. Already work has
Ii,}' started there of clea11ne:the land of *! 111' run .to good marketable size'the;
'
:" pine tree. and Stumpage Just as soon FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS .. T&L '" skin Smooth and of good texture.'The'\ '' i i 4
t a thousand acres'are cleared the, t., will 'run
as grapefruit probably
: : crop ?
FROM THE ADVANCING STATE ,
; ".
planting of camphor trees wlll'beglnThe .- ; close to; 4,000,000 boxes, which k'substantial a
story goes InClay county that OF FLORIDA' -
of will , increase over; last! .e41OrL.. r;
the whole tract 12,000 acres a
soon as possible'be, 'studded with Guifport.'....BayylewJHotei: Co., E: 7. Cool nights In Florida the past week

camphor tree Davenport, general, manager, will have1'+ done' much to ripen' the crop' Ira'
of the new industry erect amusement casino; 2 stories; fruit Is
The reputed owner. and the now beginning to't
.t is thel'Florida 180 by 180 feet; swimming pool",60 '
; in Clay county show good color :Shipment! will soon Ot
'1. Essential Oils, company. The names by 150: feet; merry-go-round etc.. ; : start. t

h. .of.the men who are actively in charge- cost $30,000. T .. Held Up Fruit.,
of the industry could not be learned a e .' N. 'O., Penny state citrus: fruit Inspectdr -
but from the best of facts it is believed Zephyrhills-Methodist church let . at Miami,.' held .up the first t tshipment
d. that the industry will be pushed contract to erect building at 5th avenue ., grapefruit of the season '
s lhe-most aggressivelines and and Tenth street.. . *- - .. Jut week-because, It was immature.
affrt while the plantation will' e S'S There were 850 boxes In"" the-shipment ' irt
be prooBcing camphor. Baker.--iSe.-.ta Rosa county boardof ; and the 'add test showed that \ -

-" -Military 'f>U Wicl e .' -PuWta-.Inn\ 'Cltlollet -contract to .- ". Pil'I' / -.- ,,,-. Instead of a maximum of., 76per cent
"h.' ... In connection with this and other erect. school buildings rooms. ; brick t' '.' of.acid to the-sugar content the fruit
'
a e eLargo. > '
.' showed 2.60 cent. Samples of this
"" in the state per
' 'camphor authorities plantations who have had war .-Board of Public Instruction shipment were sent"to,State Chemist

military to their' attention afresh byr ,. Dixie M. Hotlis, secretary, Clearwater .. I Rose for his final opinion in the m t-,
brought school J
let' contract to erect should
J\' believe ter as whether. prosecution
cthe combat in Europe,
1.. present the 3 stories; brick; cost $20,000. <.! I follow or .not. ,
that this may some day mean e e e The Parson which, Is the
Brown
,
The camphor ,
r saving of industry of explosives.affords the country.one The of world's the essentials supply lic-Instruction'Miami.-Dade let county contract board to of erect Pub Governor Trammell Calls INDICATIONS POINT 101 JGREAtWINTEBSEASON J earliest Florida,'variety will start of about orange.October to ripen I.ItIS in
high '
been secured school at Miami Gardens; cost $2,600. estimated'that then will be about
cf such has in the past e ) boxes of this of.fmlt. ;
176.000 variety
I from the island of Formosa, a possession Winter Haven.-$40,000 Winter Haven Then rains the
of It is believed that in Attention To' Citrus Canker were good throughout
Japan.
this will not be school district, Polk county bonds state daring the month of August and
.4 a few years country other foreign are voted.Jacksonville.Board. both citrus trees and fruit have a vigorous ..

dependent upon any of Camphor S e Citizens'of section and .them all possible Indicating that' prophecy,of several growth-and-frult'coming to,
r \, nation for its supply of Public Instruction To -the Florida: Recently ..ist.nce.Thl. give as well known business men of the maturity early and In splendid, con'
Q products.! of Duval county will soon there appeared in the south- r
state will come true in the matter of di' on.
matter Is of such importance
,. Used In Celluloid Industry.from call election to establish school tax eastern portion of the state_a dangerous that it I is worthy one of immediate the state having a great number of T. A. Winfleld; cardecf.. postedon t
Most of the camphor gathered subdistrict No. 1, contemplating election citrus visitors this the Georgia Southern ' the East Coast crop : "Grape
of Florida is used in and insidious foe to the great attention and helpful activity by the year
the plantations later bonds for
$1,000,000
on and Florida railway has called fruit will-run to smalersays sixes than i
It I is said that fruit of Florida, known various commercial organizations -i
Industry
the celluloid industry.
schools and equipment.
the
last for which
the Jacksonville board' of trade year growers may
of the well all upon
state as by
J 1t several big badge and button housesf the citrus canker. as personsand last,
troubles
as those Interested I for authoritative literature) of the city be thankful as one of the
'CIf the country are interested in the New Smyrna.-City is having plans Fortunately this disease has yet In- chiefly in the organizations growing and marketingof and state. This literature Is wanted year VIM the'fruit' ,was too large.,
plantations already bearing the pro-thatof prepared for fire station and city hall; fected only a small area in the citrus citrus fruits. I trust that an activecampaign for the company. Mora than ever inquiries Present prospects for Isthin-skinneda
< duct. The quality is as high as the- 80 by 45 feet; brick; 2 stories; lower belt. It I. confidently believed that for raising the funds necessary about Jacksonville and Florida splendid. The.fruit .
said that
,.- Formosa and it Is coil floor for fire apparatus; second floor by concerted and intelligent work the to combat the threatened dangerto poured in this fall to these of and of good quality." a
Florida
camphor tree thrives on for council chamber, mayor's court- have '
pest can be prevented from spreading Industries A Banner Crep.. '
which 'of the state's
._ When the crop of leaves, from from room. etc. beyond the territory it has already one will be immediately greatest inaugurated- W. H. 1&oa"l'the sales manager tot
the product Is distilled, ir cut I e reached and that within a short Chase & Co-, has returned from an ax-
the trees, it seems to give even added I Key Welt.-Penlnlul.r Casualty time the disease can be entirely erad For information relative to the citrus SOUL.HERNCUTPCROWERS' ItA YES. tended trip through the -'East and ;,
vitality to the tree, it is said, and company, O. S. Long, local manager, icated. The people of the infected region canker and the financial needs to West. In an Interview,he sad
that there I..n ever increasing plans to erect office building; I 6>> or 8 are thoroughly aroused and ably eradicate the diseasecommunicate J.ekaonriJle.-"ith rumored that "I am certainly much pleased over'
> amount to be gathered from year to stories. The with Dr. E. W. Berger, State Nursery Florida citrus '
... organized to fight this pest. Gainesville Fla. the Southern 'Express company proposes the outlook of the trop
year. e e state inspector of nursery stock and Inspector, to give Florida vegetable shippers We have the) report from every seetlon
I. Government Interested? Crooked Lake.-crooked Lake De- ,others .are rendering valuable skilled PARK TRAMMELL a cheaper: rate.. J. B. Hockaday of the state,'' and,they all point' ,
There is a story in Clay county that velopment company, stock and scientific aid in an effort to exterminate Governor. general manager of the company, declares to a banner crop.' The) fruit and treesboth -
i ills United States government has $10,000 incorporated; Water B. McLaughlfn I the citrus canker, and the Tallahassee. F .., Sept. 17, 19H. that there will be a decrease) show a healthy growth and the ?
already sent an expert to Florida, who president; Ernestine L'Rose]I problem has now resolved itself largely In vegetable rates 'effective) November cool weather that we are now havingwill
made a careful study of the progress Lau, vice president; Geo. W. Eyster, into one of securing sufficient funds 1. There will be a cut of from 16 help to color the fruit fast. We,
; being made in the industry. It is not secretary-treasurer. to keep a force of skilled fighters in DAILY AIRBOAT.LINE to 20 per cent ,on the present rates. shall not shin fruit until it Is math recL
'"' known whether or not this represenJtative e e e I the field to combat and conquer this Mr. Hockaday claims that the company The H: (5.-;;Schrader -,
'" had any commission other than 1 'De Leon-De Leon Springs Shell foe to our groves.I did not make a dollar out of ports prospective very bright ; I/:

bring an agent of the agricultural' company, organized with $15,000 capital have today 'applied $1,000 of the TAMPA TO ST. PETE shipments of produce from the state prosperous, cltrol 'fruit season.' Mr;
I department.; It I. claimed that the ; will develop 250 acres near De at my disposal and has decided to cut rates in orderto Schrader who Is In close touch with
representative was much Impressed, Leon Springs for raising hogs and for contingencies: to aid in this fight increase the volume 'and In this every,section of the state says "The!:
;however: with the manner in which selling shell for road improvement.St. To regret po other state funds are way make the handling of Florida citrus fruit crop' In Florida is certain;
the camphor tree thrives in this state e e e availablefor my this purpose. In my T.mpa..An: airboat line to operate vegetables profitable. The company ly in fine condition i and I Wine v
;,l Some authorities} it is-said' ; have even Petersburg.-St. Petersburg Ice! to the last legislature, I rec between Tampa and St. Petersburg on calculates to" solicit and take orders will be the best ever offsred. Fruit' ,i
v ,ventured the assertion that the & Cold Storage company will improve ;message ommended-that it appropriate $3,000a double dally schedule during the win in small towns.for express shipmentsof will mature earlier than psnal, which r.i
production of camphor will eventually plant and install additional equipment for use in "stamping out and ter-...lOn. is being arranged for JohnF. vegetables through its 600 express means -an early movement. This ,is
take Its place along the forefront, of including 200 IL P. boiler Increasing preventing year the :'pre.d'of; any disease Q. Smith of Tampa and P. F. Fan- agents throughout the state. The idea true especially of grapefruit,..,,'We areoverhauling
the state I crops. generating capacity of plantto or insect which threatens any of our slay of St, Petersburg' have'the matter seems to be to form an organization and-fitting up packinghouses t'
600 IL-P.t also build concrete chim- agricultural or horticultural interests In hand. They will arrange for or a vegetable growers exehan .to be and by October 1 ,we will be),
TOURIST ney 102 feet high. to such an extent as to become a public two airboats of the type used by Tony operated' by .the company. ready at, all points."-Th Packer.
.
NEW eLeesburgLeeeburg the airboat line
FINE e e but the legislature failed Janus, who operated I "
menace, last which not only a
:
Ice company, winter was .
'
to act that suggestion. '
upon popular affair but made a :fair sum of -
is building addition to powerhouseand
ORLANDO and While the citrus canker is today above for the season ,
i HOTELFOR installing 200 H. P. engine money expenses
.. 125 K.generator and switchboard. only within- limited area it will although late in starting.Mr SCHNARR'S Insecticide SPRAY
unless soon checked, gradually epreadand .
"e e e Smith some time ago made arrangements ,
,Orlando.-That a big' new;:, tourist. City. let contract to become a real menace' to the with Aviator ,Waldoix. Kllls' v rr'Whlt nr., ttrva.. Seal Rnst-Ulte and Red Bolder,that are' h
Fort Myers-
\ section;, It Remove mold and Insure. hcalthr tr... and biagara /_ traits .
hotel is soon to be erected in Orlando construct-. 2,500 yards concrete street whole great citrus fruit Cook to bring two airboata ,here for 'Arcnta-for haL Bean-aootr and Power 8pr r.r. and Hand PumvAlaOi\. .
citizen .
in
from those which "
in
Is Information that comes paving. is a matter every the ,winter season.:The day after Cook State agents for Niagara Brand Soluble. Bulpbor. "
who are promoting the enetrprise.The e the citrus belt is vitally I interested, signed the contract and while it was : j. stCHirARR: COMPACT. OHZJUTDO, VXOIUDA.ehaan "

building will be five tories in Ocala.-Kumbach Lumber company, and is of great concern to all the>-peo- still in the mails, he felt with his '. Ieeetldae. Will 1let: lalare tae,Wkl .Sr IraagL! c ,
.
height and will contain 125 rooms and capital stock $5,000, Incorporated; F. pie of Florida. That, active and concerted aeroplane at Pueblo, Co., .nd wee
will be fireproof, being constructed of J. O'Hara president; Wade H. Low- work may be continued until killed. ,
"1 'steel and concrete. The plans have ; the citrus canker-is-entirely exterm- C J '
>
secretary-treasurer. '. '
been drawn and contractors are already ry inated, and -our great citrus industry 0> .
of the tothe Bill-Do you see anything attractive .. ., ,
cost -
the I most earnestly
appeal '
figuring on Gainesville Alachua county commissioners protected. : about weeds, IQ a lrardenTJIUWen '
It is expected that work citizens of the state, and most
structure. to .
let contract at $7,020
the construction soon to those in the grove sections if they are widow's
< will begin on construct Dunegan's bridge across especially lea BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR Alt( PURPOSESYellow
j., after the holidays, -and. the contract Santa Fe river and bridge over canal to rally to the aid' and reliefof weeds and its a' roof garden.Yonken -

: calls for the completion of the buildIng between Santa Fe and Lake Alto. our fellow citizens in the infected Statesman. ,. .,
'; before another tourist,season ar- .' ..
rives. let contractfor
Tarpon Springs.-City
a The plan Is to keep the house open sewer construction costing $15-
''= the entire year and it will be run on 000.

,n both the European and American . Pinij.EVERYTHING ,
.\.. .
plans. & Co. M
Palatka.W- A. Merryday .
will erect store building; 2 stories;

IIARD"SURFACE 100 foot frontage; brick. ,
'JUSTIS.1TO .
,
Maltland.-Walter Drennen com- \

:STREETS pany, Orlando, Fla., let contract to 1. ,

M. Knight, Leesburg, Fla., to erect For
addition to packing-house; 30' by 100 t A Longer Season
Eustis.-The town council at an ad-feet; daily capacity, 10 cars citrus '

ejoumed facingthe was session streets adopted considered of!asking Eustis.hard the A J.sur resolution B-i fruits. . Florida Citrus FruitsHeretofore TO BUILD YOUR- HOUSE -- :

of
Perrine.-S. S. Craw
McCrary company of. Atlanta, who Tenn., plans to establish Florida fruits have had too short a season. Thefine

have been and specifications the engineers for in getting a bond up issue at Perrine or Peters with Graysvme\\ f prices usually secured for late oranges and peruitcodd WE HAVE '
plans IT
,I ," for sewerage and paving;, to sub' pacity of 1,000 crates. be had on a much larger volume of fruit than the State now ,. "' ,

nit an estimate of the cost of hard markets and for a longer period. f '
'surfacing many of- the principal thoroughfares ORLANDO STRAIGHTENS'SCHOOL late varieties for and manufacture ill) of
of Eustis with Band-oil..The DISAGREEMENT Buckeye Nurseries have urged the planting of W are fulljr. equipped \ : grade

assessment has been made for the many years. Many of the most prosperous growers of the State lumber-rough and dres edC iIiD .F1oori1 c,Siding, Doors,; ;:

., 'city, and accepted by the council showing Orlando- -The hazy atmosphere owe their'success Jo this advice. The best late oranges and ,SasH, Shingle'Laths, Window and Door Frame, Mouldingof '
." a valuation of considerably ov4rilllion that has surrounded school matters grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries., : I "
.' dollars. Now that the, for a month seems to have cleared up all (rinds. Framing, dressed and rough Cypress Lumber.

Z);. rat of the assessment is with known the, and the school board think they Have\ '' Buckeye Nurseries Catalog .We also carry a completeine of Brick;Lime,Cement: ;Paints, .
:, luncil will go ahead that will be eminently
arrangement '
for calling an election at art, i an satisfactory to themselves, the patrons .' ), Varaishea and Glaasv' We are.able to to furnish you erery-.

,early d.te.'SURETY'COMPANY-. +I of the school, the county school Tells What:,.to Plant thing .for- your house or 'yur' 'barn,. from. /groiid.to, . roof., . *?**
-' | board and the County Superintendent .. r' "1' y ,

PENSACOLA $36.000 of School. 'By the latest plans Prof.I .1 Alaoae Pa Ecstlons foe selecting location of grove and co every tJ.n ,, ., .-',' ,
;'/ PAYS I Simmons will take entire control of phase of citrua: Jiuie culture. It is a complete guide to success and all its s '. ;\.3 ,

', "enaaeola.-1dayor Greenhut has the high school as principal and Will advice has. been tried out ia the emrrirsMTS)of succsssful growers. .
:; Baltimore have general supervision of the die detail them Illustrated La natural Send for Free Estimate (
"received a wire from a I Varieties are described fa ; manyof are .. .
'surety company stating that a check cipllnextotc., during Prof. Coleman'sabseace coIo.: Some 01 the bat gloves 01 W State are pictured! to show proper : ( -...."" .
for $36,000 had been, forwarded by' from the building, and Prof, methods 01 pleating' ,cultivation,ferti1iaa\ioaJ spraying, marketing,ctc., .
'.;mail to the city of Pensacola.- This Coleman'will assume control and management Too expensive to permit of bsdiecrimout.detnbitdon,'the book.fred tJ' -", ,; : I ,

'amount the city's totalvde.' of the grammar schools with all Intending paDtenI.YCMI; will welcome t 1s a copy. U.yora. writ.e rOlf it. We Will be glad to ,:7 u'Price.&Dd'f.timatet'FREE: .
m resents National bank his main office in thel1ew grammar while..haw apply CIa. .baadedrticq, b 1i aitecI.7r ." ; ,

.when posits. ;the latterclosedits.doors' a This school gives building Prof.-.on Coleman-the Magnolia=avenue.section ;\ ;- " :BUCKEYE' NURSERIES'I5tq.ays&ZLXS"MAWDUILSINQ ..Contractor*,Eatimatea. ; 'oa,house bOb; recehrefrwa ptsttutwar, j'1'
few weeks-ago. The" surety company -
work that he has always "',.
the deposits and when of the spa !

'.,.,'' -i proof stood good of the for city's balance'were'for. cialixed the' l high In and,school assigns work Prof.for which Simmons he .'rAMPAiILA. J' ; ;
issued the check .to '
.warded the company Lumber
I is eminently-qualified holding as he Yellow Pine Co.Phon
another,eomI" -
i"., "':The-city'. suit against e-eerIficatea, :
life state '
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,t t1, \ Regulation ,oF'iirts; .Fruit Industry/ LAND' :FOR POTATOESi ;: WRONG .MEDICINE ;,

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.J'Jorfda"a'alned'the Idea of the citrus FlaThs" clearing of DOn your--liver,gets lacy''you. tiesd"

crhao 'froin California-*nd pro Portal, ( Iii ,South Wall of Palace I of Education than 1,200 acre. of virgin land by the Hrer,tonic,,,pot merely a laxatives'"
ited thereby.' ..-: ; ,: MIMMM L- Rodman Lumber company,,, on the the bowel. Flan people take .''''''''''"
..iLoolttl\"apln r to California; t'Jori. Panama-Pacific ExpositionSan Francisco 1.915 Below Is given '*' list 'of the new Ocala) ,Northern ,railroad about :.12 pie laxative'.when the liver getsatp ;. '
'.. 7 U 'see the development of a code ,1 1 ,, bulletinsIssued by the United States : miles) southwest of ,this\ city is one: gUh rather than' take calomel,,)wflj&l, ,
"horticultural; laws aiming to _- 1 Department of of they know to be dangerous.. 'But
prevent J .. : : .. Agriculture thatshould I >the largest developments under ,a.
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'' the Introduction insects or dis- YI '- bee, of incereK to farmers in taken'' In Putnam county in several merelaxative 'will not, start .zt1...;;, ;<
,..**. injurious to fruit or fruit tree., I 6 f tu thl.- Metlcn. ,' *.",' M' years.. A large .force of men U busy gish liver .WhatLe 1 needed is a tonic, ''
'and laws authorizing steps .to sup of any of' the' publications removing-stumps-and diggingdrainage that will tlveap..the liver without:;: ..
press land exterminate. fruit .insect 4 listed herein rryiy be obtained free ditches, and it is planned to have forcing you- to stay at homeand lose ..;

*' ,or diseases wherever 'discovered In. application to the Editor' and not lessthan, 200 acres ready to plant .a day from your, work ; .J.
,11hat/ltate: ; Chief of the Division of Publications, Irish -potatoes1'' 'January.,, i 1 -You'have;such a id1n, Dodson': .' .'
y Quarantine and extermination are United States Department ';of 'Agri, 'The work i. being carried 011'uncHr i Liver. Tong. Dod on's ,Liver Tone U "i,
tbe'. methods, that,'the state' of Cali culture, Washington,. P..C., a'* long as the'-' dlrectioiv, of .President all that la i claimed for it, because the I

:fornia has adopted for the protection ,the department's supply.last, of. the Rodman company, cummlng'j: druggist who sells it. agrees to hand ", ,.
''Of'its groves.: If* orchards, vineyards Jx a g, When this'department's" supply Is years*been: 'jn., the naval > back the money with a smile; to any
n; and. '.fields. exhausted publications can be obtain umbel-'industry, and now that -these i;: person not -satisfied with,, the relief. ;.d
Florida/ Needs Better Laws f from tha Superintendent"Docu- are to disappear in-1'time.he is get- ''odson's gives. '.,:11'I
I .Florida) has need of a state commission men < amenb.frinting OfTic? ting ready to engage farming and I I Podson's Liver Tone; Is..a"vegetable '
of horticulture, of county Washington]* D. ft, by purchase only stock raising That he has faith in liquid with a very pleasant taste and' ,.
v commissioners of horticulture, and of and at the prices noted herein. Sendall his undertaking is,"evidenced from the. .lea prompt and reliableremedy'fol"- :
- laws, for the quarantine of counties remittances to the Superintendent size of it constipation, biliousness, sour stomach. 1
and of the state against shipments of Documents direct. His office is nota The Rodman company, in addition to and torpid liver. '
Without inspection from infect/ed r part of the Department of Agricul- potatoes, expects to give a good deal J. Z. Robers.on gives It his personal':
areas to area free of inserts and dis- r ture.Production of attention 'to celery, .Following guarantee. Large bottle of Dodson's'
*a.esAnd, most of nil], under present si of Clean Milk. 18 pagse, potatoes, corn will be planted': and Liver Tone Is only 50 cents. For children
conditional the state. needs laws 6 illustrations. (Farmers' Bulletin then hay, making three crops: from or grown people ft is the Ideal j
by ,.which a fight against the white 602.) This bulletin is intended to" be he sable land during the year; medicine. Try it on the guaranteed.:
fly may be waged and the dangerous/ I I" } of especial value to all persons en- -
pest and others of its ilk eliminated. gaged in the production of milk; and J -
y r.. It is'a question .for the grower, also to consumers who are interested .<
for the citrus: exchange, and finally, in procuring clean safe milk. _
".1 rfor the legislature to consider California L- i Arsenical Cattle Dips; Methods! of The Favorite Store-.of"n Kiatimtnee'
has set an example good Preparation 'Directions for Use.
'. ,example and one that hap been of 16 pages 1 illustration. (Farmers'
;untold benefit to that Date and its, Bulletin 603.) Applicable only to that
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) 1,, people.California. part of the country infected with the
has dealt with the prob. Texas fever tick.
t 6 !Vim, of its horticultural! in- I I Collection and Preservation of In-
._ protecting
,.!<., rig the authority by i sects and Other Material for Use In EverythingFor
d which a quarantine may be made ef Copyright, 11114: by Pan ma.P&clfto International Exposition Co. I the Study of Agriculture- pages, -

'fective, against a shipment into the 15 illustrations. (Farmers' Bulletin
state of fruits or trees, vines or voge-i doorway shown la one of the lesser portals of this, palace and ) This bulletin is intended for '
l tables- And, going deeper into the I THE'(' the South Gardens and, the southern end of the Pine Arts 1606.use of teachers In rural districts

' v situation, meeting it squarely California I ooo. In Influence tbe portal Is early Italian renaissance. The I throughout the country. YOUR -
)' has authorized the treatment of I twisted fluted Roman columns have been given an eastern flavor by Removal of Garlic Flavor fromI

,Infected groves by county horticultu- < the application of contrasting colors In alternation, applied under the direction I Milk and Cream. 4 pages, 1 illustra-
nil officers. This treatment in author- : of Jules Guerln. director of color of'Die Exposition.: : The portal II over tlon. (Farmers' Bulletin 608.! )
.i' .ie i I thirty feet in height. The outer wall of the palace.Is IIbty- ve feet high I] Domestic Breeds of Sheep in Amer
;''penditure constitutes a lien AtraiiiKtli I IM ica. 59 pages, 28 illustrations. (De- KITCHENIIf5j'
the property, and it may lx- seized and I |, partment Bulletin 94.) Price 25
i' ,old to pat!"fy judgment for the expen.e I cents This bulletin gives detailed information -
v+' arid all t'opb. I as to the origin, adaptability -
FLORIDA LAND GREAT HOW TO TEST
In California, if an orange grove I distribution distinguishing characteristics -
"" ' I. found to be infected with whitefly I etc., of the various
i or other insect' or scale disease1: the! I tic breeds of sheep. It is of domes-I No what
matter for l kitchen from Favorite
FOR RAISING CANEThere ACIDITY OF SOIL you may want your .a w
Tbwner is notified by the county horticultural 'Interest to sheep breeders and ,

3t, , rommUtioner or deputy that I sheep grower who is desirous of securing Range to a Coffee Pot or Bread Box, we have 'it. f ff
the Insect or disease must be destroy- The test will the best breed adapted to his .
is hardly a county in all Florida following be-fairly reliable f
4 ;, ed. If the order is not complied with and be particular locality j
that will not raise a high grade of can easily made. .
within the time the of Refrigeration to We have been with these
d commissioner specifies sugar cane, yet commercially does not Litmus paper can be obtained from The Application supplying people
.t it is the commissioner's duty i' the Handling of Milk. 88 pages, 37
and
,w to have the insect or disease extermii rank among, simply our because highest it revenue is not raisedon producers any small druggist strips put up usually in glass comes tubes in ,;illustrations (Department Bulletin that we know exactly what they want and 1

i. 21a ted. an extensive scale. There is prob- costing 5 or 10 cents per dozen strips. :I i 98.) Price 10 cents. Discusses the
a'-, This the commissioner does, the expense .- ably, however, no other crop that will One should be careful at all times';,, application of refrigeration in the operation meat of everything needed for the comfort :
being (' much with little to touch the litmus little as''' of the modern milk plant and
t countytheardeofnau produce as revenue as paper as ;
n and paid by the expense as sugar cane. II possible with the hands in order to':i', describes the various forms,of me- kitchen.
F / pervisors, corresponding to the board In speaking of the possibilities of avoid contaminating the paper with chanical ant other systems of cooling.
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; l of county commissioners in Florida Of interest to producers shippers,
Florida farm crops, an authority on perspiration: etc. A clean pair of
4 : out of the general fund of the county I dealers and consumers of milk gen-
small tweezers is convenient for
9 Cut aU sums so paid out are a lien sugar"The/ cane says: of with handling it. very I erally, and also to marTuTacturers, of COME AND i.
r growing sugar cane
against the property. Notice of this the syrup and sugar making that fol To test for acidity sin soil take a I refrigeration machinery. /and appliances -
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lien is served on the owner or in the low.it can be made one of the greatest sample of the soil while it it fairly -
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s. case of an absentee, of unknown residence sources of wealth over the entire moist (not wet) and \lace a piece of Directory of Officials and Organizations -
by posting and publication, and litmus ine Concerned with the Protectionof '
blue
peninsula. More than four centuries paper on sample covering the
within ninety days thereafter an action have now passed since sugar can'e was about half of tne paper with a Birds and Game, 1914.. 16 pages. differe.nl shapes and styles in Pots, Pant;

to foreclose the lien must be instituted I first introduced into Florida but for little of the soil eft that one end is in The Superintendent of Documentshas Kettles, Stoves China Ware and dozens of tl Company's
g by the attorney for the county some reason or other, not wholly sat- close contact with the sample while just issued a list of 22 pages giving !
The property can thus be sold, I' isfactorily explained the industry has the other end is exposed to view. titles and prices of government weD appointed kitchen. _
t : the lien and cost of foreclosure satisfied I been allowed to decline. There is no Let the soil moisten the litmus paper.I I publications on Soils and Fertilizers. '
t; and whatever left paid to the I agricultural crop more staple than If the paper changes in color from This list will be sent free in responseto
,'owner of the property. sugar, and Florida's climate is superior blue to red the soil is acid and the a post-card addressed to the Superintendent OUT prices will also prove a revelation in .
s California Eradicates Pests. to any other state for sugar grow- degree of acidity can be approximately of Documents. Washington -, 4 .
The eradication of a dangerous ing. The supply of high grade Flor-, J judged from the quickness with D. C.IMPORTANT.
;,pest Is handled thus, In just the same ida syrup never equals the demand I which the change takes place. If the
'to, way as the enforcement of a tax levy. and all that Florida farmers have to blue paper become. red at once after TO ALL WOMEN ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE
,, , ,Th. law was fought in the California do I* co-operate build central evaporating being moistened the soil is very acid READERS OF THIS PAPER
courts, and was held valid by the supreme plants and the industry couldbe but if it takes five or ten minutes for
\i., court of that state, ieveral decisions extended until Florida syrup wouldbe the change, the soil is only slightly Thousands ; -thousands of women a
;upholding it- In market in th.-world. Regarding acid. upon
l every bladder trouble
County horticultural'Commissioners sugar, there is no danger of In case no acidity is shown and it is have kidney it.or ;Qsceola _Hardware
are provided, !mot'hI every county In the market being'overstocked. The desired to test alkalinity, proceed exactly 'and Women'never suspect complaints often preve/ to .
California, but in every county where red
American people are the greatest sugar : as outlined above-only use
else but kidney trouble or
I!+ twenty-five or more resident freehold- consumers In tM' "world;:, yet, litmus paper instead of blue; If the be' nothing bladder dis
>':.>.j, ,era owners of orchards or strange paradox, it la the only agricultural color changes from red to blue, then the result, of kidney' or.
<, lion the board of- county supervisors product which the United the soil is alkaline. ease.'f are .
in
,-40 a''commissioner stating with her blue litmus' If the kidneys not a healthy .yr
H States imports, Florida If neither red nor paper
T '4' that certain or all orchards or nurseries superior climate and adaptable soil, i. changed in color by contact with the condition, they may cause. the other ii n 1111 iiiiiiiiiin i n m MI i iiiiii i inn 1111111 n t ,
beoome diseased.You .
,..;.". or trees or plants are infested can almost of herself solve the prob- moist soil, then the soil is practically organs to deal with'
suffer great
with serious infectious diseases or insects of for neutral. may a i'
of supply sugar
American
lem I
; I in the back bearing-down leeiI r
j.f of kind' pain
any injurious to fruit, Here is opportunity
Americans. an:
fruit trees vines-. or other plants or knocking, knocking at the dor. Let PLANT CITY VOTES I 1 I ings headache and loss of ambition. For Sale
Irritable
.vegetables. $40.000 BOND, ISSUE Poor health makes you nervous, -
it not on.
pas
-" The growers accordingly institute !I and may be despondent; it
'.'5fi? n' the proceedings for the extermination PENS COlA MERCHANTS Plant City.-Plant City i. rapidly i'makes any one so.I .'
r. In their county of diseases and Insects. RENTS LOWERED taking on a metropolitan apearancenew I But hundreds of women claim that
The board of supervisors must within WANT cement sidewalks have been Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restorling 40 acres of land 4 miles from Kissimmee, one and a half mile. .t'.

\ .t, twenty days from the receiving of the Pen"aeola.-A retail merchants of laid throughout nearly all of the rear health to the kidneys, proved to from another railway station. 12 acres cleared and fenced ready for
',u petition appoint a commissioner from Pensacola have organized forming an idence section, as well as several of be Just the remedy needed to over- 4
.j% a list of eligibles supplied by a state'' association for mutual protection and the suburbs: and the city now proposes come such conditions.A planting trees, 175 bearing Orange trees, and some smallr ones. Splendid ; .

'if board of horticultural examiners, who I I to bring about a betterment of local to keep the good work going on good kidney medicine possessing soil. Price 2800. Time on part if desired. ..
rexamine candidates for positions as conditions, especially in the credit -the councihaving passed an ordin- real healing and curative value
'''>' ,horticultural commissioners.. line and to secure a reduction in ance providing for the building by the should be a blessing to; thousands of
", .There Is a state commissioner of rents. They passed resolutions calling city of walk. where property owners nervous, 'over-worked women. Snyder Place
..horticulture, also paid $4,000 a upon landlords to assist in the have neglected to do so. Many send for a sample bottle to .
and year condition by lowering A bond election held last Tuesday todetermine see what Swamp-Root, the great Kidney -
traveling1 expenses. He is head present depressed will 10 acres of good land leas than 3 'mile from Kissimmee. good i "
of the state horticultural rates.BANKER. whether bonds in the I Liver and Bladder Remedy
1 the quarantine insectary departmentz''d1reetlne and amount of $40,000 should be issued for' do for them. Every reader of this land 8% acres fenced 5 acres cleared. 3 more nearly cleared small

pathological work. He is the state YEAR, FOR the purpose of additional paving and who has not already tried it, house good deep well of pure soft water stand in 6 feet of top of

quarantine officer, and under him all' CITRUS FRUIT enlarging and extending the water I paper ten cents: to Dr. Kilmer ground. Land ready to farm"or plant out an orange grove. $650.. "
"f: '''Inspection of fruit 'and .stock shipped Auburndale, Fla.-The citrus fruit works system carried by an overwhelming &Co.;: Binghamton, N- Y., may receive Owned by a non-resident. Terms if desired. "
1 into the state is made growers here are expecting a banneryear majority, which goes. to i sample size bottle by Parcel Post. ...
.t> .Shipments found containing infec as the crop is one of the best, show that the sentiment Is for better- ',: You can purchase the regular fifty- '
t...,. ,tious diseases or insects are held by if not the best, ever raised in this ment of city conditions along progressive cent and one-dollar size 'bottles at Lakeside Farm and Grove 't:
!" A. E. Barnes, who has been lines. 40-4w
;t. order of the state commissioner, and section. I all drug!stores. ,
.the with the Florida Citrus Exchange for '
l owners or notified
agents that
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acres besides 40 acres riparian right land which '
or
4 they will be either the two ;years will have chargeof 1 more
F .i e'; hipped out of the state at destroyed the owner's or the Auburndale branch of the ex l : goes in free making good pasture land. This i i. one of the grandest ;*

option; The state commissioner with changethe propositions in the country. Land adjoins lake and extend, to county ;;

the approval of the governor, may declare -I Second Hand Sacks j road has a lot of finest rich hammock land also high pine land and v

a quarantine on certain fruits law authorizing the appointmentof some extra fine pasture. Some of the finest trucking land in Florida f *
11 'or vegetables, seed and the like a county horticultural commissioner broom house two porches house surrounded by large palms
a.m.t.other states ; mag"
or territory where diseases and insects exist,
s .In addition to the provisions for the and authorizing Inspection by the nolias and pretty live-oaks; also banana., orange, lemon, guavat and "-' r41
.( .itate officer, and for the county hor- county commissioner, requiring the WANTED j fruits in yard. Fine flowing well near the house. About half this land' .

5.' cultural ,commissioner, the laws of : extermination of.the disease or insect, I in the artesian belt where excellent flowing well can be had. About ' 's
California empower the counties and and upon failure, the destruction by I 6 acre of grove splendid and grapefruit betides .
oranges a
the
young
cities to ordinance ,
pass Many the county at an expense chargeable .
"' of the California counties have ordinances to the property infected by disease or I r nursery to extend the grove. A fortune can be made. on. this land ?

c .directed against.. .'!. _diseases andaeect. pe ta. _ u We can use a limited ;number of good, strong : growing citrus fruit, trucking and fanning. Beside stock can be kept; '-'.;
.", and ..IWlD1I8nmtr quarantines Then the groves of little worth, because second-hand 100 and 200lb. fertilizer sacks : so much good pasture; and a delightful place for a home, where a fine
,$t; .ptnlt:other counties and'regniret of the presence of disease or of either plain with brand. . view of the lake and town can be had from the porch of the home'' "
or
6, raent;of;,inspection at certain our
points the whit fly, would either be treated this
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\t and -under certain property. Cheap at $100 acre. Can be divided
.. conditions. These by the owner, or 'by the county. It per .
> I ordinances, for the most part are would cease to be a breeding place Write for price, giving description of what,you : into several farm, to accommodate a number of neighbors for home,, t

v :supplementary to ,the. state laws. and and menace to the grove or" the grower have to offer and tbe'qu.ntity''I. : and all have splendid advantage This i i. Well worth dote investigf \
'"j. .are simply localized. who, anxious-as he is to keep hi.gJ'O1II' : tion. Easy terms. '
:: "What, R Florida F Might Well Qerrew. uninf ected, can do nothing as r '
.. *'California also has'acts requiring long as 'his neighbor Is idle. : All kind of
Groves Farms Ranches
;.. proper naming; nursery stock: ,The white fly has iU foothold in the Wilson & Topifiei JgertlHzer and Investment.
'' I sllsiring it a misdemeanor to ..11.treea. state,.though not in very part of the .Y
a false name,' and also regula- ''''' '' } ,
state. But extermination rather than (E14aatifaettiriis'of '', '"'
." E. the sale and"manu- perpetuation, a. state-wide campaign WL 1 :. :
I of tusecticide. eta; adultera- rather than a brief.. skirmish on;'th.part' - IDEAL.tFERTILIZERS.Jacksonville: : :

or; Bsjsjktanded according to,cer-. of;a few growers,: is necessary. ,. HEisopEprfCGvREAR :
;.-: I' established by law' And Florida by no means;1Ia..u,the : ;: Ploridar.Local4geutt"'totem"'CfrsonQirocerq. .c. --
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.0 :' *M CasVornia,. .Florida 1* tonrhi injurious] diseases'Law. that will : ,' ' **'*?
.,;- .>..ti's example. ''Florida permit quarantine wher conditions :
,;. tit" ,.. 'the statutes : : ; \CO{ ; '_ i "KI. I
,setting warrant will :be protection' to the .. ,: STATE l
.. : and r duties of the - ' i: KISSIMMEE FLA. :
"", fruit industry of the state that every .': ,Jr 1 ,', : "' : ,, ,
MeM eat........r. ,of horticulture., grower will 1come.-Tamp&. Times. .' ,J)! .' 1<00 __ '!: ..iiv. i-- .' "- . . - - ,
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REeli3zliTbrrxoT7ts.; II-! '(;OiJ"T 'OP" COUNTY' ," ..,. year*, ..e.pt"t1a ,' .('County. Aii-1 :
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; Notice is hereby given that the reg. Jja *KA.NNEOif.' .. .; whe' shall be elected eUctlon for two to .
[ 's CURIII Osoeola .. until at the general '
i WQma World istration books are now open in 'all Notice Is hereby given- to all held la the year A. D. 'if'l" when wl'Pap. H.nj

the precincts of Osceola county,, Including may concern, that on the let day after which they shall be elected., INTERIOR WORK A'"SPECIALTY

;aa: S. .Queen of the duets. No the..newly'.9 and established 10, and will pre remain -, Court March.-Honorable, aa.Judge D.T. M.mi of Murphy Probate 1 shall; Judge,apply for my of to.. : a..*term and by of Uw.eompenaation four J. .The.LerleUt years. Their hall Nr be power mall .. 21- Mabbctte Street.. '1

; : Belgians Heads by law for the ear and'ens-
in each' week tf
open discharge a* Adralnletrator of the- ,,2 ,
.
Country Rd Crow' Werk.. until the first Mont' In October.,* tat-.of Chris KaetiMel ."oeadt; : \ of.. themethod all County .f funds repOrtlnC and shall aged

Wu11lngton.A warning to ,3 said *state and ask fo ; General Election held in ,,111 ,shall c'
al which .
banks .have received .
approval.Datpd \
.for. the termelected., +
office
;
.
Sepl.ltth .
ment funds .to aid crop Morten. A* D. 111* '- "

which. have received" an, !. Clrcalt1 C.artith' J.. etal 'CtmMt _, _J..HENLEY: : "dml'i'l.tra.. ? A Jelat ......tI... SH.ETrMETAI) ; WORKER .

currency," not- to charge I Fl...... tm sad f.* Oeeeela.. C.*aty. Steel CeiHnga Specialty.
terest< rates ;or to refuse !.
... ..erudite 'was given by; Cumrt .... < of Article IV of the Constitution of Phone '.R. Klsslmmee.. Fla.r. ..
NOTICEI) OF PETITION.-TO'BH .MACK f a C..a7 .*.< State State of Florida. to, the
'Ado.- in a i formal -.tatemenC' - A FREE DEALER. rieHJa-Oereel. c..sy. ... of nnRelating, Officers t'DR. i
1 iv
with. the present situation in . \ in r* Estate of C.: K.:Pre.att.' Sr. the Btate. Mllltlai i
siMp.sokDENTIST.:. 1
ton The Notice to sit to whom It mayi.concern, To al Creditors, Lea-atee.. I> .-- '. .. by the Legislature of ,.:,w., ; ,, :
' growing states. that Mr. B. F. Blake: (Nettle Blake: ), and all Person having Claims or the State "Florida: fr
declared he would 'not of St. Clood.' Oceoia ma.nd as-alnet said Estate ' That the following amendment. to ,
I CounU'jFlorida. It of Article IV or the Con : .. 4.
'withdraw government deposits win krl'fu the Ton, and each of you'are hereby .
of the Slat. of.Florida Is
offending banks or to' refuse { the Seventh Judicial of the Circuit Circuit in Court-of and for tided claims, "act"I.demands tow present you.. .. ,/, agreed to and shall te aub- Upstairs: In.Kati BulldlnV. d
for them. Omseola County State of Florida on the ? .to the elector of the State for m
emergency currency either ofyou. may have atalnet Omam t' a. m. to 12
Aside from this : estate of C.. F. Prevatt. Sr., 4.oe.. >>tlon or rejection M the next g.n- UOUItII, : ; s
warning r 1.30 b:50
t e
Lnd.+ .! electionhereafter, : that Is ta sax, p" mN
late of
Oaceola
a County. Florida to .
AdO announced there is no .. f1v for a license to manage, talc charge of undeTalaned administratrix said Section 14 of Article IV shall be T.lephon.No:18Jun'b.lvr G1
t the cotton producer and and control her property, and to become tate, within! : .' from the so a* to read aa follow "
to feel afre., dealer In every respect hereon 4\ two-year. Sec. 11. The GovvnTor shall appoint -ifBR.
He
pessimistic. H. D GEIGER.P.tltiona' Dated.'JtJy, lnd A..; D"?; .Jlit *+" commissioned. officer of the State D R'W."' WCARSON; l
belief that'there must.soon be Solocltor. SARAH A. PREVATT.F. .- Including an adjutant general
sedjlemand for cotton, and Dated Sept. 11. A. D. 1114.NOTICE.FOR ..t..IID....... the'Sl.te,. with rank brigadier DENTISl "'"
Z. F.. KRTBB8. .en.ra!, who shall" be chief of staff. "
faints- have been Attorney for Estate. It. duties and compensation of all -
the secretary's PCBUCATIOIT. ,eo appolnt4-.heOl be.,nxed by
as Department of the Interior. : U. S. IADdOft'lc. The termvof ofdoeof- all com- Office. over' Cole's: Jewelry'Stori'
.that..e of the national at O.ID..m.Iorlct.., Aa- ,NOTICE OF. ELECTION.. officer of the orsranlavd m1l- Office Hours 8-18-1-fl-- ?:
which are the beneficiaries-- Suet JI.I beret: > -.balo1 be continuous durlnir theo '
i i meat deposits and-which are "N ..1..n4.tl1it.f" Dan1oi "Wbefeai.: 'The "Ledslaturs''of' -i, ... ...... -the-Governor subject touch .Office phone 158
' 1. JIt. national L. McLaua-hlln, of Alver. Florida, who under the Constitution of lUI 'of law a. may be enacted c* -the L --.4, Residence't ,23. _
ifiog bank
currency are on May 10, 111. made Homestead Bin State of Florida. Aid .three . providing.for their retire
t' ing excessive rates of 'Inellcr 10.'l: aS. 1-1 of Let.I Resolution propoelna paae amendments for'f., for. age or other.".u.... i Gal administered for f rtractlon of tech TSIaa
vr M and C. Sec
"
loans well the-Conetltntlon of the State of
,, as as restricting -
tion 24. Township SI South. Range S4
ida and the same were agreed to
"t.jl have ordered that a careful East. Tallahassee Meridian, has filed vote of three-fifth of all the . A ". .* .***mere. $
gation be made immediately. notice' of Intentlon'-to make Commutation elected to each house: that the '
"If I Proof to establish claim to the on said Joint Resolution were Propo.ID.An' Amendment to Sec R. S.: GEIGER .
discover depositary \j "' ...... land above described, before Clerk of tered their respective Journ One of Article V of the Consti
A..,'JM 5iWV upon 'PHYSICIANARE SQRYS90R ,
refusing. to. extend legitimate the Circuit Court at Klaelromee, Florida with the yeas and nara thereon Relating to- the Judiciary.
r or charging excessive rates of < .. witnesses. R. B.Willie the State of Florida "
:
names aid Joint Resolution be submitted 'Ciasjmniee Floi Id ;
Y est for government funds BXIZiBXTH O9 BXIXUVK.: of t.rd.\ : Florida: J. B. .IIt the a .Moos of the State at the . That 'the Urt\f.\ amendment to -, *< t
a with them or for so-called of Alter, .: C. R. Richards, Election In November 1(14. One of V of. the shall Fhontsi Office 29?
currency issued to them, I Alter Florida; B. H. Guy, .of Alter.HENTIT Now Therefore, I. H- Clay .. : Is ber.by agreedto end or ,94 ,
i hesitate to withdraw Women of rank and wealth have F1orl.a; Secretary of State of the State of : proposed and submitted to the elec Residence, 265. 14-lyi
S. CHUBB. of the Btate for approval or M.etlon
; ida do hereby alv. notice that a "
funds from such banks and to to aid the wounded in hos Register .r.... Election will be held In each 'at the. next general. election .
-:- '1o-b emergency)" currency to ] or on the battlefield during the ty In Florida on Tuesday nest that Is to ehall.. said Section
which I am convinced are not in Europe, but thata queen NOTICE) OF EXECUTOR FOR FINALDISCHARGE. ceedlnr the first Monday in ",. : of said Article be amended- u 14 .
o a* to read aa followsiSection -
A. D. 1114. the said Tuesday being '
use of it upon reasonable tep down from her throne and third day of November for the r 1. The Judicial power of the M. RIVERS."Mi..D.' 1 ' '
-
:. the benefit of the business the ranks of ministering angels cation or rejection of the said ; : shall be vested oDrt a Supreme- T. .. > '
.. .. State fIn Circuit Court of Record y
scarcely to be expected. Elizabeth. tm Cart the C aty Jmtct e Resolutions proposing; amendments *
!
FI.rlda the Conetltutlon of the State of Eseambla County. Criminal Courts. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.0'00000..00........ or the Belgians, is, however, re Estate of Charles EdwardFrank ida vis. ,. Courts County Judges and Ju*>. J '
: ordinary She I. .. the Peace and such other Court Osceola Pharmacy t'Paoxsat '
queen. a regular lln Oaceola County. A Joint Resolution roposlnv of OfBoe over .
.
Notice ia hereby given. to all whomIt Commission aa the Legislature. may ,
O UNION CENTER graduated physician. When it was Amendment to Section Six (4). of .
,. may concern that on the Id day of tie Eight of the Constitution time to time ordain and establish. I .
she would head the Red :November A. D. 1(14. we shall apply to the State of(1)1 Florida, relating Legislature may prescribe tb.m"n..tlon Res.EqldenoeU i49, r
94w0004404 40440-C +C a work in Belgium, those who the Honorable T. M. Murphy judge of t' Offlcera of the Justices and
her best hinted that it was work said court, ... Judge of probate. For a Be it resolved by the Legislature ..* of the several court hut no
Dr- G. P. Macklin, presiding final aa executor of the ea- the State of Florida: heretofore established under the i ,
to her liking than the Charles;
for the district of and keeping tate of Edward Franklin, deceased That the following amendment D a at.rj' of Florida haD I, "
Georgia .
royal state in the palace at Brus : and that at the- same time we Section Six Ida, made his quarterly visit .. will present. our nnal accounts a* executors of the lutrn of the State I W .
day and preached two of said estate, and ask: for theirageyrovaL Florida I. hereby agreed to and '
1 -Dions. Dr. Macklin and She is a daughter of the famous be submitted to the elector of The votes cast 111 compliancewith I.. _PHYSICIAN. . .
amendment and the '''' ''( r"-
Dated May_ 1.t A. D. 1114. 14 proposed '
oculist the late Duke Charles State at the general election to
andt were entertained at the H. M. BREAKER held on the first Tuesday! in ... ": .11.,.... declaration a1l4. return I Office 2nd Floor Wlllson BoUding.ItancBKO .
of Bavaria and a niece ELLA M. FRANKLIN. ... . shall be subjected to the same '
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee.Mr. A. IX-1(14. for ratification or : P.0.51 KnOmca ..... '
of the murdered Executor .. and restrictions aa are I
Empress 8.otlollTb. shall -. .
Legislature IF?. ..
Joe Harvey made a : ProHB -
OEO.. F. PARKER. by law for-reneral ejection
of Austria. She is also a vide for the election by th _
trip. to Lakeland Monday. Attorney.Invigorating electors in each County of the 1 i the State of Florida.
.
of the of Naples ,
t
'Guesta at the hospitable ex-queen ing county officers: A Clerk of Testimony Whereof have hereunto *
T\R.C. L.HYATT
affixed Great X"
set my hand and the b
*. Circuit Court Sheriff. Conetablea
home last Wednesday night to the Pale and Sickly County Assessor a of Taxes a Tax \! : Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee J-' Physician 'and 4
and Mrs. Longanecker and Tit Old ateaderd ffcnenl itmsthenlaa: ionic lector, a Superintendent of Public the Capital this th. twe Surgeon ''. J '
4 daughter. Mr. and .:.Ir.. r CBOVK'8 TASTELESS chill TONIC.driWe.out1t.1.de.eviche.lbeblood.endbuild.upSherya trnetlon and a County Surveyor. ' ty.flfth day of July, A. D. 1511 Phones. "' 1
I term of office of all County H. CLAY CRAWFOhD. ., w"If, t&&
} Jeff- Barber, Misses Ruth, tem. A tne tonic. For edatte, .end children. JOc mentioned In this-'Section hall be (Beat) Secretary of State. Office 197 Klsslmnae .' '"
:. Lena Harvey, Nellie and Gladys
t ber, Evelyn Smith, Messrs. --- -- ----- --. -------- R... 248 Florida "

t : x*<$tory, Joe Harvey. Ben,
'
JSeth Barber and Everett .),

/' The men of the neighborhood H. D. GEI Ejt.'l I

,I lumber last week to complete PROGRESSIVEBusiness
church. ATTORNEY.AT.LAW.:

.
t Mr*. Nellie Wetherbee was
l I ill last week with quinsy. Office State Bank Building .

Messrs. .Joe Harvey and .Kissimmeevi Florida'r
Smith' made a business trip -. ,

1 t lando Saturday. ...'
The Misses Effie and Ruby ( .

sip were Sunday.visitors. at the morning c't't' %;4 ; PeopleYou Q. 'FD"7'. F. 'DARKER. .Jo

:
Attom al-Law. I
.
Mr. Tom Little and Mr.
l '
Mann went to Narcoossee Collections mxtd Cou Conveyaacum,, A,

1'" They returned In' Mr. Little's' t4. Should Know: < i Specialtiet.I' '' '
b at. '
- : : 112H,.Broadway. "> ,' : vATTOENBY .
The rain last'Friday night 1 s \. ? .' <.'. ...

keep the East Lake folks from ._ \ ';" i' : : : I.. ... . I '. '
: . ".w ..,. ..r..r,."s" ry'r,, .''. ., ,ti J+'
Their : : : ,
'another chicken pilleau. ..., , .. ..
. \ '
t ,, / } GAF HRIBBS..; .'< '- ,A ?JII\\-, {I \
the
,
fire\ could be seen across I N' . ; .. < '1' ,.
,, Judging from the merry '
HIssuisizs
AT LAWExamination Frew --:
.
the
heard ,
having
they were .,. -.
kind of time. of.Title* a-'s Specialy..
4 4"I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ward :
Notl cation' and
payment'ot taxes ''ofnonresidenta
mother, Mrs. Alderman, visited I "I'II:
given earefnj
Jeff Barber Sunday afternoon. KISSIMME"E
'
'
j attention -
Jannette Lawson and Lena II 11HH. It AI ill N A TKAHK.. jI ; 40. ..x. ,

visited with Nellie and Gladys I ,.'
' :
'
ber Sunday. I| I .
i
i Myrtle Barber spent Sunday ,, this time, when the public mind \ Pat Josnston G.; P.'Garret:

: Lilly Belle lIughey. I occupied by the war question, it JOHNSTON A GARRET!: :

; Messrs.\ 'Harlas Spraller and : to consider the personal at Law; i

.' Rlggi of Taft visited with !Mr of an American woman who has II EGGERSGLUESS & RIEDEL. H. LAWSON O. K. BAKERY Offices 10, 12 A 12 N :

I ".'? jlie Hughey Saturday and )I recently honored for her services ; E. A. Niemeycr, Citizen. Bank BldgiClistmmee .
i u. i A few of the 'Union Center international war. Carpenter and Repair Shop

I went to the dance at Stl: Cloud honor is the award 'of the an Red Band Brand Candy Florida. ,.

n l(% J l day night. peace medal by the American Inside Furnishings Screeningand Cash Store T 15c per Ib.

: A number of families in this Peace league. The organiza Cabinet Work .
rlCOE
munity are expecting friends believes that in her latest book, Our Specialty.' Guaranteed Pure. Late Loup Counsel O. MAMBV for T. Judge of WAnbOW the ," ,

atives from the North soon to the Vanguard," Mrs. Katrina 10 Broadway. bride K. B. Comm.criminal Quest

w$ /the winter and enjoy our has done more than any other MASSEY & WARLOW

'&ate.kTbe. in America during the year to 'I J. W. PRENTIS WATERS'& CARSON GROCERY .
''' W. B. MAKINSON CO.
item in last week's AItD 1 r
j paper international peace. ATTORNEYS' CouNSELLosJ). ;

read "Mrs. Gatlin is visiting the Vanguard" deals with the Pianos. Organs, Talking Machines, CaEverything AT LAW -;,

...,buido at the J. K. Hilliard of a young man full of military Sewing Machines. .- Hardware, Cutlery, Boat Praetlee hi an the Court of the State anil ait
,' .",ras an error. It should have A the United Bta_ also brfer* the Florida Bail-.

.Vryi! ". .Mrs Roy Wiley of Texas is" out betwen supposititious this country and war a 'Broadway.W. : to Eeat. Supplies and road PirmmleeltTn OoounleekM, and the latetetait* CeaiaMra 15
'
K. Hilliard home. '
I ,'; t at. the J.Irene Hilliard collected power, and he enlists, much Machinery. 11-14 CaauBSTo: BLWJ. oaLANDaOef'LA.. .
Miss
the admiration of his friends and G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. '
of for the
'
; neat
;'f a sum money
.
The takes him into O.
story F. BASS,
to' be used for the
t. Cross Society
first battle. He enters the battle ItF <
Machines _dT7P8wrltera
,' fferers 'in Europe. This is a Adding 9 Darlington Ave.
Contractor -
la
fights of it .
cause but with the pinch of during part showing B. JENKINS :
'
greatest bravery. The sight of Sold Plain and
r' < tightening. among families left Property on Decorative
being shot down convinces him' '
i- States thousands of Painting and SUflVEYOB ,
United by PaperhanglngBIB. ?
warfare is really murder. He Commission.
.,-::-ean'reservlat --who hurried to .-away: ; not"'b auSe of1ear;-but _' ____ _' For Sale. ______ --,-...---.-------. Spronle Ye...._ _--Phoae... OT.....'- -- '- =
government officials find of abhorrence. It i IB the or- "Fraternlty' llaH, Boatmen.; Fta;* 6 6C
left without means of offering DANN'S DEPARTMENT STORE.
Il which for him later when
; ''Let'.us not forget the has to face comes the ridicule of his, com D. G.' MTCAY REAL ESATE E. E. MAGEE 'tl

me. too. I and the indignation ofhis Dry: Goods Clothing, Shoes- AGENCY Carpenter and Builder
... at home that ia the main idea D' 11. jt, J. HICKS ;

r 'of?! the play. Even his sweetheart Furnishings Graystone Block Job Work and General RepairingSaw .. .Physician

\ .6fS.; I against him, but he refuses to I Filing a. Specialty .. and,.Surgeon '.
1', .. a party to what he considers mur Sc and lOc Store on Third Floor.J. Sell Land Anywhere on Commlssie I J5 Darlingtea Ave. .. ,
: VThis Js a_ priecriptioe prepared I I Office Phones

.Slot MALARIA or CHILLS" The author of: 'In the Vanguard" .. State iBank Bid Of fit* 41-Rea. 4*

.... Five of six dose will break; any the' widow of Spencer Trask, the D. CLARK A T. R. ELLIS
'W If taken then,ae a toaio the Fever i York banker and philanthropist.' COLE UNLET . I'< .11

!. ,I,, .retara. It act oa the live better j i his written many books of' high Real Estate Broker Electrical Contractor : : '
t Calomel and doc not gripe 01' merit. Her best known'works Jewelers and 'Optometrist J. 'W. Thompson
.
: 'Night and Morning "King Broadway.p \ Water and Light CoDoetor .

'STATEMENT OF TUB '. Jewels," "Mora et Victoria'
"' CC ,. (, "Little Town of, Bethlehem.! The 28 Broadway. Phone 220I Darliagtosi A... ...

) lD'I'o.. RIDQCIAED R1r / quality of her vferse I. best ,
'
ACT OJl' AUGUIT 1M tai. ,
.
.: r OI..xi..i_-' ...... G.-tteo Pr. work discriminating critics: aa- 4 WENNER-SAWYER_ : ERNEST. L.'GREEN ...:-.... .

'.t: MWeeal7-ae' 1.OH.b.r.Ir Kle.l..ea 1114 FI.,.. ; ,:deesrves to be ranked a class i Dry Goods CUthfag sj l SkeesvFnrvJaaJsigsaAd. ; _ -Of, ' .. ._ . .- .., ,,' ",;, "'<. lUlU ....... ;- M.V
: .1 = *"; : : : . LICENSED EMBALMER)
", : : ; ; K" / c-i. :. Sign Writer a"d D.caeitim.PbeU ; .
of '' "' . i lid-S.iry' '
;. { "-- : "" Trait's work baa been .. \ Books V"
-p- :
i 8isalmme.Fla. Manarlns.' literary I , ,6. . PalateriMmiiirininiir ; JU ; ,
: .
a"' r.on Nye: KUelmmee JI'...;; on at her beautt/ul home Yad- ,* ,. ."- 1"-, -. 'I .
.- -W. B Harrfa .. on1I1e' outskirts Notkma .. K
.n.ser: of" Saratoga : BroadwayG Aitir
,. t Trim.' .. Owner.-'w.B W B. Harrle, ,. Tha mansion''' stand on an 114 ., . _. - ; : Star and, ChapeX, Stswart .
m.et Fla. Harrle. <
'ry
'w. : .- Known commanding a .die'. teh 'DtnTOif-. }
Fla. : us g7paytOtm1 gal< f FLOMDA-,
? .
K ': .. '
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'. BoVtaases. and other aecurlty picturesque country. Surrounding '.;<; .- ',, '
or 1D0r. 'of i:Yew Codies Fresh Froas wA : .
holdlnc. 1 .
grounds beautifully: -
.' !I amount '.f toads.' mortmma.. or are ( laid/out. :>' -.e Y ,' .. .,f
f _. ecurltle: Mr*. B N. Fell, ' enU)'Mra.''Trask"announced that e7, ,SMei' .CANDY 'KITCHEN: >,i' : When to Need of/,,
-
'. va .M.rreathalerLinotype: Co, she paased.away,these-weY to - . _,_ _. h ,

., ;Tor'k.A. : r'I 'w.-B. given,over i to the townspeople of , "- '21, 1 SUBG9ON ;

Ihrora'te"et ..._.ertbed beto, .j sea park.; Both, her;I hUB- 104,....W87. ,', . .
,[J'iC. .. .
tat. slat day'of,8.ptember, 1114. and herself have been identified "" ;"*:. . .' ' ," A, It. BiOMOifO '.*
"r 0 11' AIU = i -
.." ( .Noiar1V'Pnbiid;retat., : anntl,wl101."mt..p: [ nthropte f._ :.I'= ; ,

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GREAT OCEAN FERRYBOATFOR Henry M. Flagler by Miss Florence WANTED TO LEASE OR RENTA WANT ADSFIVE

'' i PROHIBITION WINS I F. E. CIS LAUNCHED Marie Beckwith, of St. Augustine I
: VILLA DENIES Da, daughter of the vicepresidentof small fruit, truck farm or stock CENTS A LINE A I

,I Philadelphia, Pa.-A big ocean ferryboat the railway .company. ranch. Prefer place equipped readyto ..
,,(. VICTORY IN VIRGINIA I to be used by: the Florida East go to work, with house for familyand WANTED, BOARDERS the Tro->. jl
: Coast railway to transfer cars between Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days place to keep cow and chickens, mont House, corner Bass and Brack' '3 1.j '
HIS MASTER I 1 Key West, Fla, and Cuba was Your druffffUt will refund money.. II PAZO: by experienced German farmer from Sts. Mrs. Laura Coleman. 40-2tpd 1
: Ruhmond, Va.-State wide prohibition -] launched Tuesday at the Cramp I OINTMENT Blind Bleeding fill or Protruding to cure any Plln c In e of 6to itching 14 dar.,. the North. For information write me
won a sweeping victory at the yards\ The vessel was shiP-'j Tbe first application gives KAl d Re.t. :SOc. at Victoria, Va. C. W. Schulze, R. F.
I D No. 1. 39-2t
week
---- polls in Virginia this returns
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;-.,<+,.--1 i showing that its I supporters had won I - - --- - ,,

of 32825. This figure .
by a majority i I "
If" 0 WILL NOT ATTACK \ILLA. C : will be increased largely in favorof 1'I'.

0O Washington-,-I I1.-)-C"Sejit 25.0 received the drys form when counties further which returns as are yet ; You Should Own 20 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.. 'j I.

General Carranza has il't!{Q rmed are inaccessible. With complete returns Why :
y o* the United States government I from all the cities and 44 of the Complete Modern Picture Theatre N '\
.. that he will not attack General 100 counties and with scattering returns in one of the best townsltlF..;
Villa, but will order his forces '* I from other counties, the total Central Florida. ,...:;.
Acres of This Citrus
to resist an)' attack: - vote is 121,763 Land Best location in town. .:..
":. 4 The first chief communlcation : 4 It; is estimated that the final total : Swell front and lobby. a-<.
.* declared the national convention Practically new. .
y vote will reach 150,000. Of this vote '- T
I would l be< hold as plan- _> the drys received 77,553 as against Theatre and stage completely and
ned on October 1 when a provisional >000 the local modernly equipped throughout
for optionists.
44f>18

ti-V, ll .<* established government which would he hoped b* >*0f roll The cities majority whi h for were the expected local op-to We believe that no other section of beautiful Florida has a future I II Capacity Ready for over business.400. ;

t' f ** would United be States I satisfactory to the ** tionists 1,115 up for< a sprung the drys a surprise Only four by giving cities, I brighter than the future of Osceola County. We believe this because i Season For information about to ,open.address:

I .0 0 P. O. Box 867. Kissimmoe, Fla. ;.
Alexandria, Norfolk, Williamsburgand familiar with marketable section of this wonderland of
V .OOOOtO o _OtO ooot.>O- Richmond returned majorities for we are every Proposition calis for money. Do

.... Francisco El Paso,Villa Texas, dominant, Sept. leader 24Gen.in the cities wets.was The 40,977! total, of vote which cast the by drys the the nation. We have studied deeply in this question. We are in a I I not answer. unless. you' mean -business J

lj0 Northern Mexico, tonight denounced !got 21,146. position to speak from wide knowledge and understanding. And when we say that the land

"b the central government headed by known as the "Brown Estate" is a wonderful piece of citrus land, with a magnificent futureit

Venustiano his Carranza independence.and formally announced M'ADOO AGAIN SLAPS means that we are speaking of an Established fact. It admits of no question.This I '17 .

lr" This places the state of Chihuahuain property lies right in the very path of i hopekaliga and 80 rods northeast of Lake Russell- '

open revolt against the party in progress. Development must envelope this tract. It I right in between two lakes-this land i i. absolutelycannot ._.., .tt

Iyc power in Mexico City as well as So-the NATIONAL BANKERSWashington escape it. Located just 12 miles south of I frostproof, and has a climate so mild that even the II II FOR RENT-8.rom residence furnished ;

y' f nora the -next border Maytorena state to Kissimmet-near the southwest shore of Lake Totender I lemon. tree thrives free from cold. $15; 5-room. $10; &-roo$9. :;' ;
'west where. Governor previously E. E. Wells real estate and tI.i,,
fw; had proclaimed his independence Sept. 25.-In connection *
surance, 202 Broadway. .
.: of the Constitutionalist party as with the alleged refusal of na- i :it:

4 represented by Car-ran tional banks to extend credits Secre- Make Your Dollars .Growing DollarsThe FOR SALE-New six-room bungalow 0. (,
McAdee today issued this state-
DISAVOWS FIRST CHIEF.Wuhington tary Water, bath, electric lights, waU.\-\ "'.
ment: '
C.--Gen.: Villa has decorated in tiffany. Best shaded, \< 1
D.
.. 'disavowing "Senator Lea of Tennessee, informsme I I lot in Xia; lmmee. Must be'seennto ;
{ telegraphed Gen. Carranza that the State of Tennessee has be '"
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appreciated. Lot by 160',1:
: first' chief of the .
the latter, as '
of short term notes, matur- A r 104 St
yy. Constitutionalist army, In charge of $1,600,000 ing October 1; that the state desiresto . land'I itself' consists' Hammock Grove, virtue of the rich' ianay top and clay sub-soil.;. Poor Cherry 40-tf. .'g,

'''' the executive;power in .Mexico This renew or: extend $1,400,000 of these which meant that it is high above the water and covered land 'would never' furnish( the nutriment which such FOR SALE-Eight-room- house, mod'''\ '

v was announced in the a Constitutionalist telegram from notes; that a commission .epresentlngthe : with growth ,f magnificent live oaks growing mammoth trees 'require. Your' dollars will 'become ern in every respect, lateet Gee f&4'' ",
.Gen. Carranca to state has been in New York for lions?beautiful lawn., garage* store :':\,
hickoriel'and other varieties of hard-wood trees. The 'growing dollars'when invested in 20 acres'of this soiL
fi ,here. > time to effect this loan house and hennery. Lot 68 b1".16S.'.*',
trying .
aGea' the time announced some immense which the'old trees have attained Soil and climate combine make this land of '
Villa at same but without success. growth to one Also 21-foot launch for sale. ',..104, It
i--f' that neither he nor his delegates "It Is that of the testifies not only to their long life, but ''as well to the the richest and most fertile tracts in Florida and ."
preposterous one
would participate in the national FOR SALE-3,600 acres of timber, Wl
< t.I.'f' ,convention called for Oct. 1 at MexIco great states of the union should find\ it one which' is .not excelled for raising lemons, grapefruit oranges and cut 3,000 feet to acre. Will sell for;. 'J*]

,City to designate a provisional impossible to procure from the banks other semi-tropical! fruits of exceptional quality and flavor. The tract. $3 acre. Houses for rent, furnished, l
f
'".. such a comparatively small amount of LAND VALUES DOUBLING and unfurnished. See J. McPhatter. (
..jc president that is located within one mile of the "John Lee dock and you are assured .
'r of resulted money. Senator Lea informs me .!, ,
telegrams
The exchange
4t, from' Gen. Carranza's order to suspend he was going to New York last night I ALMOST EVERY YEAR of good transportation facilities for your fruit. FOR SALE-9-room boarding houses. : '
',. r,: railroad communication between for the purpose of joining the Modern, large lot Terms. .20t' r''i
There are only 220 acres of this high .hammock. We
sion in its efforts to secure the needed are going
.Ift Aguas Calientes and Torreon until heW Park street, KilS! mmee. 39- t pd .
could learn whether or not Gen. Ob- loan. If you want" to live where to divide the tract into 20 acre plats. These tracts are going to be 1f'

+, regon, commander of the division of I "If Senator Lea and his associates freah foods can be grown in sold to the first eleven people who want them at the low price of $40 FORSALE OR TRADEBowllngalley .
4 the northeast, was held under arrest are unable to procure from banks in your garden every day of the Broadway. Apply to ... WV /
t .by Villa. the city of New York or elsewhere today year; surrounded. by flowers per acre. Favorable terms will be given on these tracts. Miller. Z7-4V.
and upon reasonable terms, the and tropical fruits; where '
THROWN INTO JAIL. desired loan, I will myself see if banks there has never been a sun LOST-Two miles west of Kluim. ,;j t

4 .. Mexico, City, Sept.. 34.-Manuel Bo- cannot be found to take up this loan where balmy breezes s'S Profits CertainIf t mee, on road Campbell's Station,
'pills Minister of Communications>> Ins for the? state of Tennessee on the 1st always: blow; where comfort ure I Sunday, the 13th, red leather suit
''the cabinet of President Francisco I. of October next, upon reasonable Is guaranteed and wherepeace case, containing suit of clothe andyptn
." Madero, and a number of other persons terms and ata reasonable rate of and.htpplness take the valuables. Reward if returned'ta..I't; ij:
t and incarcerated want to double and triple inside of Gazette office. 39-2tpd; ..- its
were arrested yesterday interest. place of the never-ending annoyances you your money a year or t

_ ,} in the penitentiary. No I' 1o and struggles of two-t-this is the place. Why pay $1,000' per acre for a grove when FOR SALE---Only new and seccSt" J.,

4 lic.reason for the arrests was. made pub- +.<+a 0 i e.i c i i o t o t o 0 a 0<0 I> ,'Us the about frozen this North exceptional-If so write op- you can buy this high grade citrus. land at $40 per acre and then hand store in town of 5,000. Ex-'iV' ..'

__ GIVE A $ <0> "portunltv. We..,. to you few dollar and ceptional opportunity for hustler. t
+ with the expenditure of a some labor you can develop Good reasons for Belling. V. E." jidlf**;':"
0 TO HELP FILL 0 that there is no finer land "
.
COMPLETE. FOR 6 KISSIMMEE WITH 0 anywhere in the state. And your own grove and reap the profits? lennix, Kissimmee. .{.. I

0 WINTER TOURISTS. 0'C we sell it to you on conditionthat
'
o If there is any better h A "little piece o' land" here will yield you a good living-produce WANTED Orders for cypress field '
MEXICO 1 boxes. Prices right. Oscoela'Lam. "'
EVACUATING + 10 +0 I U Offt 10 I C< 0 I'OH' 10 0+ land! you can .get your money asking a good. substantial permanent income; will ultimately increase in value ber &: Furniture Co. "--29-tf' {
back. The price we are .
.. i', Washington.-Plans for this high grade cittwentyfive times its present cost to you. Will you avail yourself of FOR RENT--Modern 5-room- ban 'h 1'\
for the evacuation would be able to get away within a
rus land Is ridiculously low this is the it's galow in center of town. T. M. -.
opportunity now? Today day- day.
that
of Vera Cru were completed fortnight or so. lie made it clear when you 'consider the value your 81-tf. Marphr.i.
'+ ''by President Wilson and Secretary the American government would not of 'products that can be 1.
F Garrison The Matter sent word to undertake to care for any of the refugees raised per 'acre. Think" of it! DWELLINGS for rent, opply Wjtl:\:.r
tity/ Gem Funston that as soon as the state in Vera Crux except Americansand Twenty acres on easy pav- Tiller. r ,
py' xl' department could adjust certain questions that of the 300 nuns and priests ment terms at the low priceof BREAKER BARCLAY ) ''f,.
t which had arisen over the payment there the Washington! governmentwould $40 per acre. Groves near- FOR RENT OR SALE -'Two-story'
\ : of ;funds collected at the customhouses assume responsibility only for by are held at $1,000 per acre store building on Brack St. North''1'
$r' and American refugees cared Americans. Church organizations of and upward This is your Kissimmee. H H. C. Stanford; "
) J. for, a data would be fixed for the departure other countries, ,it is presumed, will chance Will act now? ?
: you KISSIMMEE FLORIDA flatVrtnmodern ;
uIl' of the troops. pay for the transportation of the oth- FOR RENT-Two 8-room ): j
Secretary Garrison expressed the ers unless foreign governments request -I '. ., ,. conveniences. Apply at 'th. '

.14 \' opinion V that the ,troops probably relief. I- .' Gazette office. "'.t fry ;

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