Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: October 2, 1914
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00666
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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*: SPECIAL MEETING CALLED 0 from J. B. Hockaday general I E. L. Leslie, chairman of the boardof Members of the Board' of 'Trade

>.FOR WEDNESDAY MORNING manager of the Southern Express county commissioners, wired the present at the regular meeting Mon., ;
O' -i company and is self-explanatory: Department of Agriculture in Washington day night were vitally interested in: J '
All fruit and vegetable grow- 0 Atlanta; Ga., Sept. 30, 1914. Tuesday a report on citrus canker< made by
Kissimmee Valley Gazette permission Rev. S. W. Lawler who. '
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era of the county are urged to y re-
,,,,, '.-me-eUng-arUleeity-haU-O -Kiflimmee,-"-a. to< send the Osceola couniy turnedfromth<-Oatnei villa cltnu""

.-* ';#next Wednesday morning, October 0 Articles in Valley Gazette Sept. 23, farm agent, B. E.;'Evang, to Miami for seminar where-the- ass-...-dla.. 'a

"': .,+- 7, at 9:30 o'clock to take, further 0 written by Gordon( Nye and J. F, ten.days-to Assist. In:the citrus Banker cussed and methods proposed to keep '

'+'+... 0_ action regarding the express O'Berry discuss rates now in effect flght in that vicinity and. thereby to tt'from-.piNcilnir further Florida,". r"
.' 0 rates. This meeting is of great and not proposed rates on approxi- To date the' only''section of;1;Florida i '
t importance to grower.0 mate actual weights of commodities thoroughly acquaint himself with the found to be infected with citrus can ,r

k O Don't- fall to be every present: 0 shipped. Package basis estimated .. t3 '' disease and means of fighting; it. Th. ker Is the lower east coast,'. but the >-
...ttOOOO.ot.O OOO .t.. weights of fifty pounds for any class department extended the leave of absence disease spread M rapidly there and
> package in not to be considered in asked for and Mr. Evans left has resulted in such heavy I..... that A,
., The Increased express rates on all calculating express rates. In future for Miami Wednesday the county the whole state has become convinced i'' .
\ rated vegetables going from Osceola rates will be computed on actual commissioners having arranged to of the necessity of eradicating'; it as. ,
.- .L county to the northern and eastern weights, standard packages as fol- meet the expenses the trip will In* quickly as possible, ...._ 4 '_'
markets wa's a matter of serious consideration lows: In another section of: the "paper Is }i"

before the Fruit and Truck Beans and Peas ________30 Ibs. cur.This action Is takejn aa a safeguard reproduced a story from the Florida,,
r r Growers' association in session last Lettuce --30 Ibs. for Osceola'county. A general alarmla Grower which thoroughly;coven the ,- ,
1' Saturday morning. Tomatoes and Cauliflower 40 Tb-s. felt throughout the state becauseof condition on the east coast Additional, .1
yrt ,J.. F. O'Berry brought attention to Okra _35 Ibs. the condition on the lower east information gleaned from .Mr. LAWlert \.
'f''. s"bul matter as taken up in. last week' Cantaloupes _60 Ibs. coast and Osceola county will take talk and one mad by the new"f .

';"("ue of the Valley Gazette and mem- Corn -.-60 Ibs. every precaution to prevent any appearance county farm agent B., E.,.Evans,,,is ,
..OO.ooototOOOO..OO. Egg Plant ______________60 TOs. of citrus canker ,.rithln. its '};,: :
"( -r The rates authorized by the :Interstate .. boundary.. Mr, Evans inspected a .Citrus canker4'presumably; () origin' *'* ''a

TO EXPLAIN. RATES. 0a Commerce Commission are sev- Children of Mr. and Mrs. M., D. Wihoia, of Campbell Station. Left -to number of groves, before his departure ated in Japan, although it is' now,.IlL -\ t

'., 0 enty-five per cent of first class. The I right they are,Minor, age, 3 years; .Elbern':nine.inonths; and Mary Frances, but found' no. signs of. canker '.(Continued on Page Two.))

ft!? 0 -Southern-A special Express representative company of will the .0 untarily Southern adjusted Express all company rates on a has weight vol- 2.. years. .A'......"ilo.-'-..- -;.....r.- "_ """'" V"".'......... . here. '
0 be at the meeting of the growersWednesday 0O basis and has asked permission of MILLINERY" \ : TAMPA WJTCHfRWJYS, .
morning to present 0 the Interstate. Commerce Commission fPRES$ ASSOCIATION I. PROGRESSIVE CLUB IS w
0's case and give' information 0 to reduce same to sixty-five per cent ; ',1600 \
the n.w. of first class effective November 1 .CAttLE: HERE; :
r 0 regarding: MISS"AND.Y'S'SHOP ; :
,, 0 rates to be put ineffect November 0 believing the adjustment proposedtwill MEETS, HERE OCT. 9 WORKING f OUT PLANS 1
0 the Commission. .
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;t.;/ + 0 .We have no doubt reduced rates Miss Mattie has.. Tamp, .<
{ O'".OO o toO'oo.O o will be effective November ,1.. 'The: South', Florida Press Association :- The Kissimmee Progressive ,.club, her formal millinery Bandy announced for Tuesday was recently in the city and contract..,

} ben unanimously'agreed that It'' wa.Deee..ary' Some examples, present rates from is scheduled to meet in Kissimmee organized .to secure 'dock, improvements afternoon of next opening week and women ed with Henry'T. Bass for 1,600 head,
of beef
cattle to be
that ,some steps ,should betaken Kitsimmee to Atlanta next Friday, October 9, Business '. and promote entertainment for of the city will find an Interesting shipped to Worth', ,, ,.
.. to try and secure a lowering' of Beans and Peas60c,will be 43c meetings will be held In the Makinson the tourists during the coming season showing of the season' new month market-at for the rate of. 160' ....,head* per ,'',
'i the express rates before the'shipping Tomatoes ,..._,'._68c,will be 60c. hall, corner Qf Broadway and, .'Dakin, making satisfactory.headway in its hats at her Broa.dway.bop, Mr. Bass shipped the!first 160''h.o. .' 'r
a season begun otherwise growers In Lettuce60c,will be 43e. avenue.------------: .1 work.,.:The committee appointed to -:: At'.present the stock: room ,of, the; several ; : " 1
___________ Probably thirty of the South Florida solicit funds to daqs'ago' so the nest Smt r
.' find it almost impossible Okra ;68c,will be 60c carry out the program store is filled with lovely 'new'model ment will -aie'some: '
to depose of their crops profit- Cantaloupes ______68c, will be 66c editors will be at this meeting. outlined, only convassed part Cfon._ that have not yet-been displayed. tober., vOn time- In-'- Qc-'
therefore Plant _______' will be 66c Most of them will arrive on the morning day; but found ''
ably. It was argued that Egg 79c. everyone willing'; to These are sufficient in number and October shipment 600'head
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i since local discussion of the matter Kiisimmee to New York: trains from the north and south.A donateu::De D/>llar" to the cause and I variety to be a real feast for the feminine of a .
beef cattle will 'be
has already been brought to the attention Beans and Peas ____86c will be 74c committee from the board of trade a. goodly,sum was secured consideringthe { eye. sent'to 'l,
of the Interstate Commerce Commission Lettuce _________.*8Sc, will be 74c and the local papers will meet the number of people seen and the All of Dame Fashion's newest creations Bake Armour and&several company other In Chicago. Mr,"?'
b? the open letter addressed Cauliflower ____$1.14, will be 99c trains to greet the visitors and we amount of-time spent on the canvass. are found in the shapes and tie prominent cat i
owners will
'' of the ___ will be suggest that as citizens as can There will be a thorough furnish the .stock foci 1
'to' that body; and because Cantaloupes $1.43 $1.15 many canvass trimmings to be shown. Big; and little this shipment. .. ..
statements made by officials of the Egg Plant ___..$143,will be $1.15 do likewise. It is understood that made over the districts not yet traversed hats, tailored and dressy models -' .'
(.Southern Express company that the the press association members are anticipating and within the next week; the embody the .latest_fancies.. .Many of '.OOOO..O..OO ..O .
4 "company was conferring with the their visit to Kissimmee fund is expected to grow to such proportions the shapes show the tendency toward 0 '
J !i Commission at this time regarding RATE FIGHT BRINGS with more than casual interest. Let's as to enable to be military styles the popularity of the IMPORTANT MEETINGS.:' :,0

t, a lower rate, now is the opportune extend them every opportunity to see t begun at once and rushed to completion. black velvet hat continues, and f.ath- 0 ...-- '-" 'O,
.time,.to besiege the Commission with how fine Kissimmee really is. ers of ail descriptions are strongly 0 The Osceola county commls1sioners i0' '
: a (Continued on Page Two.) EXPRESS AGENTS HERE The board of trade at its last meeting Already estimate on the cost of favored as trimmings. Fur is popular 0 meet in regular monthly-;: '
.e;" arranged to entertain the visit- roofing the dock are being made and so are flowers, plumes, the metallic 0 session next Monday morning at;0 ''l+
ing members of the press association the club is making inquiries as to the trimmings, etc. Jfnd all have a 0 10 o'clock in the court house. 0,
'ADD YOUR NAME when in session here with a noonday coat of good boats securable here at distinctive feature not shown In any 0 On Tuesday following the' .. ._ ..
; Southern Express officials in the dinner at the Broadway cafe and anautomobile home. The city council will be askedto season previous.GARRANZA. 0, county school board has a ':regular -':.J r
city this week were W. K. Haile superintendent ride over the city at the put the dock floor- In good; condi- 0 meeting at 10 A. M.. In Superintendent -.'+
}% TO BAND FUND and T. T. Weltch, route closeof the afternoon business ses- tion, and there is little doubt but 0; Sean' office: at the' O :
agent, who icame from headquartersin sion. Mr. Nides, proprietor of the that this request will result In the AND VILLA 0 court house.0Tuesday ', ," ,0'
Jacksonville\ Thursday: to presentto cafe, is making preparation for an city fixing that part of the property evening at 7:30 I. the 0, .
'..Business men of the city have start- local parties the express company'scase exceptionally fine dinner. at once. As soon as that Is done the regular monthly meeting time .of 0
,R- id a fund to aid the band In securing in the matter of lower rates. Mr. roof will be put on, seats placed in the AGREE TO AGREE 0' the city council. '., ''
Halle and t Mr. Weltcb called at the 'k"I
Its uniforms and meeting other expenses pavilion, and a boat office built. 0'0
\ Valley Gazette office while here and LOWER EXPRESS RATESIS
'i pertaining to the maintenance Arrangements are already com- .OO..OO.OO..O..OO..t.OO
'}lf'"of: the band and Its nreparation for stated definitely that the Southern pleted for a good recreation resort '
; Mexico City Oct. 2.The
t': winter concerts The form of the contribution Express company's rates would be COMPANY'S PROMISECharles through the kindness of Mr. Boyer of hostilities and all the suspension troops- UNCLAIMED LCnCRS'.
1il'" and list of donations t o-' lowered on .the first of November. owner of the big rink building on movements were agreed upon at a
:...' date follows: The Commerce Commissionhas Sumner street. Other matters con- preliminary conference at Aguas Callentes POST
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this matter wnder advisementnow ( OfFICE
desirous'of ,
f.i.: i We, undersigned, being C. Wolfle Florida division tained in the amusement program are between .representatives of
it Is that the
t. encouraging the members of and expected lower of the Southern Express well under way Generals ,,,
./11 ; rate proposed by the Southern Express superintendent Carranza and Villa accordIng 1 ,,
It ':,the, and of showing will be / company was in Kissimmee on to a telegram received here from Kissimmee Fl*., Sept. 28, 'U1&. "
.,' :out appreciation of their efforts wish nil its company connections well its on business last Saturday and while here DANNT3:- STORE INTERIOR General Obregon. Advertised list for the twoeeb'. , +
.(11to contribute to their band fund and linos. he assured a representative of the BEING IMPROVED It is proposed to hold a larger pre- ending October 12, 1914. pMr.

'f',, so'make donation as per the amount The officials expressed a desire -. Valley Gazette that after November liminary gathering October 6, when .. G. C. Barr; Mr. BU1U Clark;' .1 i t t;;

I opposite our names below: ,nAA. to express explain the new ratesto 1 the rates on fruits and vegetables I Dann's department store is makinga I full details of the general peace will. Mrs Ela Eugenea Hunter; R, C. Jiggers V s t
''D.uG McKay._ -------$ from this Mrs. T. J. Lamb
state to the be .
-- determined.
c4.' points on Southern : ; ; JH. Meyers
the of the and when : number of in the
county changes
,: 'Nelson Realty Co. ____---- -'- 10.00 growers Express lines will be lowered arrange Armistice Declared. Howard Tison. - ,
informed that a special meeting of ment of the. store preparatory to getting -
H "'1 Ow- Siever"u' the Oxreola County: Fruit and Truck from 16 to 20 per cent on the present in the fall and winter goods. El Paso, Oct. ILI1I. Aguirre B. B. SIMPSON- .y
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4': -' ..eO'Of 0 0 1000 OOOOOUOOO UOO+ Growers' association had been called rates. The rates last year, according The partitions on the second floor Benavides Villa's secretary, tele- Postmaster. ,
+ to Mr. Wolfle, were 76 ,cent graphed under date of yesterday that .
per :
.1'' for next Wednesday morning to con- of the building have been removed
N. P. BRYAN 0'r1 of the regular merchandise rate, and an armistice hall been declared
1'I11' 4ASENATOR sider rates they said that the company and a large center space fixed for the: MAKE
' i,00 t. .t.r NOT TO GET JUDGESHIP. 0 would fend a representative the company has recommended to the ladies' ready-to-wear-departmenU A I throughout Mexico. He also stated GOVERNOR'S RACE
): + that meeting' with detailed 'information Interstate Commerce Commission that convenient rest room for customershas that elections would be held from October - Milton, Fl..--Attorney.. 'General '
', .p Of' : 1. When this the rate is to be reduced to I 6 to 10, originally
Washington, Oct. regarding. ,the matter.. year been put in on this floor and a as agreed. Tom West of Tallahassee who 1s here '
.'Florida.congressmen visited *1 60( per cent of the regular merchandiserate. I ,1
df; +''tli stock room occupies another comer of on business, definitely announced that
''r iO.the' WhUe House today urging MILLION -DOLLAR LOOK The company is asking the the Wg floor. KATZ STORE CLOSEDON he would not be a candidate.for '
\ ; governor
Y .\. .the appointment of Sen-tor Bry- *, commission to make these lower rates The store force is at work preparing JEWISH HOLIDAY I in'he coming state ; a n1
of the fifth FILM ARRIVES-WILL operative on all the Southern Express prlmarynit
dreuit Judge
'1'Ir.. :all aa effective.decorations for the fall open will offer for re-election
,0 circuit of the Unite Statesj BE AT CASINO TONIGHT, connections as well as the company'slines ing.; Katx' store was cloned all day OB GeneraL Mr. West says that he has 'i
\,+: appeals" succeed the OI 1 --.- and if such a change is agreedto Wednesday of this week in observanceof systematized the' work .of .the: office (}
....,' ta Tjudgf> Shelby;-the president 0 The "Million Dollar Look" film I it will bring about a much more TWENTY'GRAPEFRUIT Yom Kippur, a Jewish holiday. be now. holds, enjoying%' his work .'!t'".
0 condition for Florida
dt.;announced his-Intention ef apmidnight. satisfactory farmers This festival la always celebrated ten and does not want to the 'f 4
which give
the.Oliver Sultatorium had GROWN ,ON.ONE BRANCH up at
who } ,
.O.a.iatiag'Judge R. W Walker of.,0O customarily ship their produce days after the Jewish New Year, and '' .
torney generalship until he has .
ranged to have at the '" j put '.
Ala:, tc 'th.,,..-1t1otL: O to .out of state markets.- ..*. U "A Sabbath of Solemn Rest / ::
HntutfA ar-j ? Styled, t1) affairs .
:,of the'of He .
io better
theatre ,
.0..0..0... ....... la.tTu.eadaTni; (waa : Another plan the Southern Express ,- A .. .
laded in shipment from New York shape,thn'ev.rbefore'In: ;history. ," \>i.,'
4 company it working on, calculated tohelp..tbe' the.window of the Breaker and Bad.T AUTOMOBILES AND CARRIAGES .".,. o\
GOES, did not arrive in-time for There has been ftO extra attorneys' ,'
the Tuesday i'e
{f'BANK..VANS.AGNEW; truckers, and. to 'get ,real estate office:has attracted ', "
more WANTED.
' \TO'SE: VECOUNTRY:, night shows haa been received and business far the Is the considerablenotice; forthe few a fee rid ,out,;.of, hi.t offiee sine.'Mn;.; :;.-
;'d .. ser ; put, r _' .
company : ,n '
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will be' showh at the'Casino'tonightFriday : attorney heattending'
:;; : ,,: vice of 5,000express. its -- ..: .. . ;
) gents on ; <:'. Owners of automobiles, carriages or ,.
teave!on to all of the ;
JPrank'Vans iWill ( ) -connection ,with.the .ft.te's'1ggal' pcj
'Agnew reg .When' thel.tru.t-.wa. first
'i. \ : lime, to solicit and take orders in the put on baggies will confer a lasting favor on business 1;
Assisted '
'th.. ; .train' tonight; for New nlar how. ? JL - -, ? small,towns .for'expresr exhibit), twenty, ,fine "'wellmaturedgrapefruitwere ( bT-the;:regular 1 oxployees ,.oi.
shipments all the ChristUns/of Kissirnraee '" '
bymeeting .
Dollar : of.the. ""office.' .
he"will'.U -The Million L001cfl1mlahow. 'r ., "
':fork from "hich place; of vegetables.from Florida.? The idea ; la the cluster hanging ,1.
'at.the o1rehh..rvice.. to in the big New York am V. :Knott:and .lI .
scene factoryof
'far England is dependent upon'the organization of' on a small branch no largerthan aftemoo .. j t "
at 2o'clock'
-' (Saturday/
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to the Europe. :the Royal Tailors, wherei. ,Royal" SenaterFredHudson . aft i'taonpcalandidat.a .
for duty '. : sverage-man's little finger.Six ;
a'ncetable.n": '
rllti'eountry . ; ; exchange,:*with /: to, :give the" children\''a drive "
Vans Ague'....formerly Tailor; clothes for,men arc m_.- i 11, ; of -have' faJleli ; for..raor.Ir. 't'o .
!. .. .ponaibl. men' at1 Its head, .along) the; 1 twenty since 'oUhit' over town, and ..assist In: a, hfldren'sparade. ;: :!. 'Wl ri "
r:of KiMinunee and ba.s- addition it carries a'ebarminif"lov.. .line*,,of the Florida Citrus.Kxchan'ge. Many'people saw and dmlredl the : ) f
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the'state ,and the. winning of,, a million ... .1 i : '
of friend throughout' } story ; J ; ;, LI M ciuater'while It'was comptete.1': / ,
MJIo '1ri11t4h:: :for.him all,the'honor .dollar
ble T to Jal.,.; rptura F ..d..:the.....awlth.U1..KiUIe ",. r-DoU', .... . Jo..Japan. atne.I": ..:J n, all ,._-........ .
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; ('CI"Z.,. .'t. THE KI5SIMMEE' :VALL6TC'A'ZET.iBr. : I, FRIDAY;;:OCTOBOI 'z, :"me ,-

I the only 'way of Insuring the 'Florida NEW-BARBER SHOP -- ',-.... k

AtJIY'ITIESIN Citrus 'Canker Florida: Cities Urged To. prpduee this being season sent except out In to cases other) whereit markets .. IN. CASINO' BU1LDINQ&
opened '
can go in carload shipment But K. P'Butler a new, modiernly ,
Stir Board Maintain Vital StatisticsThe in this county, for instance, there are equipped barber shop In the''
n many times when a carload shipment Graystone, casino building, corner of' ..
SCHOOL CIRCLE of vegetable cannot be put by on a Broadway and Dakin ._nue. His
: (Continued from Page One)'- 'opportunity is .now 'offered to approved by this board, be provided to certain day but when several doten shop on akin avenue has'been moved 1
v .' Texas Louisiana, Mississippi, ,Alabama every incorporated city and town in receive these reports, issue permits crate are ready 'and must be' sent I to this site and Joseph Santiago the
and Florida. It bal been definitely Florida! inaugurate and maintain a make copies of certificates for localreference out by'express if they are sent at all popular, arber of,the.old shop, will
*' LITERARY SOCIETIES ELECT OF; ascertained that the disease was complete and permanent record of the ,,.transmit"original* to this These small shipment are a very,important I be at the new stand..
FICERS AND ''BEGIN WORK; Imported Into Florida from. Port Arthur birth and deaths of Its inhabitantsand office and. see that.tbe. ordinance are part of the state's exports and j The i: new barber shop has all new'fixturees
, KINDERGARTEN IS PROVING T xa.. It' la a funns and 1* to provide an accurate index of its enforced. most be taken' carp of.FortyEight ' and equipment. addition"' e""
s'i' POPULAR NOTES. spread by spore. health conditions, Fourth-That registrar be under . i'. to the three chairs and various ,con.!
Indication of I>iaeaa The Interest and appreciation such control of the municipalities they Members. venlenee installed for the barber'
The high school literary societies/ The first indications of the disease shown by the Florida cities of 8,000 are serving that any 'dereliction of The local growers' association Is>a 'I. trade, the shop afford a bath with..
have been reorganised for the term upon the leaves Is t the appearance ol population and over to this.offer their duties can be controlled and that new and enthusiastic organization'and hot and cold water.
I.'. :and the open meetings conducted by very small circular, oily or watery was last year vas shown by their work may be properly'' super its members' are determined! to make
one or the other of them each ;Friday dots, extending through: the leaf and their almost universal passage of ordinances vised. it an organization- .influence to IN MAYOR'S COURT.
Si afternoon during the school year will with a slightly elevated corky center. to register births and deaths Finally-That the practice under help the farmers of the county. At Three drunk and disorderly cases'
'I;t\\''j-( be Inaugurated today Prof. Evans These! corky, elevated spots change to and their sending of records to the this plan be under the supervision of present forty-eight names are enrolledon were disposed of in mayor's court
1).r' make it a rule that the literary sot a light brown: color maintaining- headquarters of the State Board of the state health officer as registrarof its membership book. B.-E..Evans this week all the'offenders being' ne,
JI ;: .. the last period of school oily border, and at this stage the dis- Health for filing and tabulation war- vital statistics, who shall have supervisory the new farm demonstration agent for groes. .
;tr "' ( 'on Freda} afternoons and the societies ease is often confused with melanose rants the extension of the office I to power over local registrars Osceola county and J. M. 'By rl are George Blake and L. Demery, guiltyof
'/r .' alternately prepare the programs for or sour scab. The leaf tissue surrounding the other municipalities of the state. and who shall make all needed regula- new members received at the last drunkenness and disorder, were
.!" these open meetings. The Stenolakee the diseases area is paler Those Cities now maintaining; a system tions to carry it into effect. meeting. The summary of the farm each fined $10 and costs. Laura Blake,
society has arranged the following green than the normal leaf tissue andas of vital statistic are Apalachi- Slate Board Will Help. ers'; co-operative: demonstration work cl1arged,with interefering with"an officer '
f program: Violin solo, Helen Jones; the spots mature becomes yellowish. cola. Bar tow, Daytona DeFuniak To assist each municipality to Inaugurate which Mr. Evans gave upon request was fined $5 and costs.
Life 'If William Bryant :Maurine Springs, PeLand Femandina. Fort this plan the State Board of that he say something of the duties of CENT itO 1
:"" Dann; selection from Bryant Mannie Spots on the fruit have the came Myers Gainesville Jacksonville, Key, Health will pay local registrars who his position, is given in another column k BILIOUS t)R COSTIVE ':
p Witherspoon; i instrumental solo] Lil general appearance as those on the' West, Kissimmee Lake City, Lakeland fulfill their duties 25 cents for each of the paper along with a. talkon ;:r

i ian Prentis; character sketch of Bry- leaves, Th corky diseased tissue, Live Oak, Marianna, Miami,certificate of birth and death properly the benefits of lime on land. For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach. "
,a antfcjEeleste Mosey; Bryant's place" I which remain quite superficial become -,I Ocala Orlando,. Palatka Pensacola, filled out and promptly transmitted to Other topics discussed at the meet- Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They '
in American literature, Prator Gilbert variously fissured and broken Plant City, St. Augustine St. Petersburg this' office, provided reports of deathsare I ing dealt with bookkeeping on the work while you sleep. s'Q., ..'9',
t ; recitation, Helen Bass; reading: rendeting the fruit unfit for com Tallahassee, Tampa, Tarpon 90 per cent accurate. I farm and strawberry culture. Mr. Furred Tongue Bad Taste Indlge-T,"": t' ]
; (If Stenolakee Journal Abby Harris; merce. Springs_and_West Tampa. A model ordinance, covering the I II Ambrose Moore related some statistics tion Sallow Skin and :MIserable Headaches flllj:
focal, quartet, Ethel Gilbert, Marie On the stems the disease first appears This is in fulfilment of the program I points above mentioned, has'been prepared II gathered byw Canadianfarm -come-from: -torpid fiver-end" '*#l
Boyd Laura Thomas Kathleen Bear- as oily, light brown blisters. outlined in the August 1913, issue of and will be furnished each municipality journal, which prove conclusively the clogged bowel. which cause your ;;t\.
den. _. which enlarge into corky outgrowths.Only Health Notes when it was said, after I in the state, and each will need for bookkeeping in order' for the stomach to become .filled with undi
the center/ tissues of the bark stating the conditions of the offer, when ready be supplied with all necessary i farmer to know whether his farm is gested food, which sours and ferment ''t I'
Officers elected by the Stenolakee are destroyed as there are no .spots i "All municipalities of Florida havinga blanks, instructions and liter- a paying proposition or not. Secre- like garbage in a swill barrel. That'sthe ..:.
'M I society at theirfirst business meeting on. the inside or woody portion. 'I population of 2,000 or above shall ature explaining the needs and uses of tary Fansler who has probably had first step to untold misery-...-indigestion -
l4I are: President Maud Alice Wagner So far as has been determined, the be qualified to immediately supply vital statistics. more experience in growing strawberries foul gases, bad breath, yellow !
; vice president, Helen Bass; secretifr"y grapefruit suffers most from the canker vital statistics to the State Board of The health officers greatly desire than any member of the association skin, mental fears everything that'Ir
Lilian Prentis; treasurer. Celeste infection but practically all the Health and after going into effect to and hope that the response to this gave some pertinent sugges- horrible and nauseating. A Cascaret :'
Mosley; critic, Betty Fherigo; citrus family with the exception of be admitted to the registrtaion area offer will be prompt and general, and tions about growing strawberries. tonight will give your constipated .
i .sergeant-at-arms Nat Carson ; editor, kumquats"" have been found to be susceptible of the United States; all municipalities that in the near future every Florida Concluding the meeting a vote of bowels a thorough cleansing and
Abby Harris; assistant editor, Laura to the disease, where exposedto of Florida of 1,000 to 2.000 Inhab- municipality will be collecting and thanks was tendered 'the local papers straighten you out by morning. They "w'
A -rThomas.': Staff Helen Jones!, Helen its contagion. f itants shall be next included in this transmitting to this office complete for the publicity they have given all work while you sleep- 10-cent box
Bas and Mannie Witherspoon. Prop Is Easily Spread. area, and finally the entire state." and accurate reports of births and affairs of the association and the agitation from your druggist will keep you 1..1of
gram committee, Maurine Dann Marie Propagation of citrus canker is Before More Cities. deaths, which can be safely preservedand started in favor of lower rates. ing good for months.
5 Boyd, Prator Gilbert and James Oily most easy. It can be carried from one The offer is now placed before all properly tabulated and publishedas .l

rer. tree to another by animals, or birds. incorporated places, not alone those of authoritative statistics of Florida's "
Men working in the groves where the from 1,000 to 2,000 population, upon healthfulness. *>
4r The Utopian society's newly-elected I I disease! has been found are required the conditions that-
officers are: President Harris Down. x> change' their clothes on enteringand First -They pass ordinances requir-
[1tt ,Inc; vice president, Tony Rogero; sec- I leaving the infectedgrove and ing a burial or removal permit in case Growers Begin I IdealFertilizers.

.*.. foTary, Edna Sfhweikart;; treasurer.: .tb.u.-clothes-..rdis.inectedin..a.\ Bas,--of. every deathand._thg___ ..ary..Jllld.] _ .
.Ethel Lee; l sergeant-at-arms, ArthurJarreII lution of bichloride of mercury. It prompt reporting of every birth within -
::4 s ; critic, Rose O'Berry; editor,' has also been found that infected trees! their limih.SecondThat. Fight RatesContinued
' -Matti: Belle Harris; assistant editor, must be burned where they stand in reports be made upon on

-Nina Bratton. Staff, Paul McKee order to prevent spread of the dis the Standard certificates approved and
Frank Calkins Violet Bullock and supplied, and in accordance with the ( from Page One.) :
Amy Makinson. Program committee, ease.While the citrus canker is so far forms prescribed by the State Board resolutions condemning the ,
Paul McKee, Edna Schweikart and confined to sections south of Fort of Health, and that these certificatesbe rates and asking that they be immedi- ,,
a,' 1 ,Nina Bratton. Lauderdale on the east coast, five sent monthly to the executive office ately lowered to a point that will allow I

1 The kindergarten Is proving very hundred nurseries shipments in of that trees district from had affected Third of said'""; That Board.local, registrars, to be I his the shipped Florida produce.farmer a It fair was profiton sug- Are not simply fertilizer materials. mixed together. They are a com- ,
the little tots, who are of the
popular among been sent out tQ other parts
anxious to follow in the steps of their state before it was definitely ascertained gested also that such resolutions besent bination of the right materials in right proportions, and they give beat !
4 X71 older brothers and sisters and "go that cancer existed there. tinued support of the public: to the Southern Express company -
that communication be sent
to school too." Miss Butler the Therefore no section of the state can "In deference to the wishes of manyof a themto results.
teacher eighteen-enrolled\ to the citizens of Dade duringthe to Florida congressmen asking ,
reports feel entirely safe from infection un- county their influence to bring about
date. her assistant is Miss Alma til the groves of the state have all heat of the fight against citrus the use rate reduction, and that the' Pres- Thousands the most successful growers in Florida. use them
Griffin, who furnishes the music fortbe'ramea been thouroghly inspected.< canker, especially in the Redlands section -
> ident of the United States be
appealed -
etc.. Funds Needed.In the nurserymen located in the to directly. year after year. Are yon one of them? " '
order to carryon thoivork of northern end of the county whose Committee Named.A .
Mrs. who had been engaged the disease clean, decided to sell "
Cooke Inspection and to stamp out plants were no motion made and that -
ha to teach expression in the city school, where it now exists funds are trees for a time, with a view to thus was character gassed Wilson '
resolutions of this be drawn & Toomer Fertilizer Co. ,
; +' bas notified the school board that she needed, and at the Gainesville meet- facilitating as much as possible the and sent to the Commission and others .
i, will be here. Instead she is going the work and of exterminating '
not Ing it was proposed to secure expense named. C. A. Carson W. J. Sears Manufacturers of
l% New York to continue her own in the canker. The idea that by -F
a to names of all the orange growers was J. R. Donegan S. A. Nelson and J. F.O'Berry .Y
,. % the state and ask them to each give selling no trees no new groves wo'uldbe were named on the committee IDEAL FERTILIZERS
fifty cents per acre for flve.yearoJdtrees set and so reduce Inspectionwork and also
to draft the resolutions
Mis Futch, one of the eighth grade and younger or $1 peracre if a* much ,as possible. However the
to accumulate data regarding cost
teacherha been out of school this than five nurseries located at distance Jacksonville Florida ,
r' their groves were older several a ,
and haul to the .
to pick pack
account of Illness. Mrs. F. fundto the grow, ,
week on years this money to go into a have entirely disregarded shipping point ,a crate of each of the
y ,/C., 'Bryan has' been. teaching in her help carry on the work of eradication trying conditions' existing in Dade several kinds of vegetables grown in

a .Vlace.c e> r' and to prevent) the spread of the county this fall, and instead of cooperatlll'g the county, this data to be used a* an l
disease. Also* it was recommendedthat with our..citizens: and local .
<7' The fact that pupils enrolling, in each county send some one to nurserymen, in this effort, they have argument reduction for of lower the shipping rate rates.A is
f tbe Kissimmee school, who come from the stricken district, to help,.in the exerted very/ effort'to induce peopleto express GET YOUR ROOFING NOW
h. ''Clltt' of the counor state are not work there, then to be used at a local! plant their trees, and have been
, charged any tuition speaks for the Inspector when able to detect the ape shipping tree into this section, thereby Only One "BROMO QUININE"To ot
,; progressiveness of the Osceola county pearance of the:disease. It must be defeating the very object of our gel the tor full name LAXA.

>--"' ., school board. A number' of young. remembered that the citrus canker is home people and nurserymen were en- TIVK. W. GROVE.BKOMO QUININE.Care a Cold Looklor.iruUotofK. in One L).". Stop
t ask
< . -"pe pIe from other counties yearly new in this country and very few people deavoring to accomplish." couth: and headache, and work. ofi cold. ?Se.
', to ,come to the Kissimmee school and know what the disease Is when it
''I 'the board bal made it a rule that appears.The .
t" v -iwhen they so desire they can enter Board of Trade impressed by

<; .*& here,.without any. .charge.V. . the seriousness of the situation in
$ -
> ; -r Dade county, authorized the presidentto +.
f( ':Both the ninth and twelfth grades appoint a committee to confer with k

'' the county commissioners and request! : '
.' organizebona that the county farm j .. . I ; f
-wilH-organlio in a few days. Evans be sent to Miami Immediately .
h"". I The twelfth grade class elected to help workers there and thoroughly
'< Harris"' '. Downing president; Edna acquaint! himself with the citrus can ,
\ Schweikart vice president; Maude Alice ker.

./Wa&'l'l r secretary; ; Nina Bratton \ ;-r C C4r
li as
:.treasurer. It was also decided that BELIEVED \
instead of pins the class would order
the emblem. .
L44.; rings for class
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+ ',' Officers elected by the ninth grade I !\Iiami.-Nursery stock and orna-
class. arei President James Oliver; mentals can be purchased in any of
vice president, Chas. Rogero; secretary the nurseries (in this section now, aftera dl 1 4 I ll
t and treasurer Frank O'Berry; quarantine of several weeks a gen MP r I Salwa7..Ic6 fv.
sergeant-at-arms William Arnold; eral agreement to begin selling have '
1, .' .class poet, 'Vlolet Bullock; critic Ethel ing been reached among those Inter- 11
> Roberson; historian Christine Ivey. ested in the industry. Marry of them -
.. received
have again their permits
from the tate, although the nurserymen This Roof is an Insurance against Fire
ahead declare they would have begun yo

i I. coaching and an effort will! \ be made selling again, whether the state gave S- i- Yei-it ii very attractive. And it's "ipark-proof too.
Nr to ret the team In'shape to play winning them back their certificates or not. -,- -- - Stained thinglei look".nice-but no better than NCPQNSCT

k4 game in contest with other On the llth of August State Inspector Roofing. And here the companion cud Let burning embers fall on a

.,school., ) later in the aeon.n .Berger cancelled all of the nursery ihingle roof and your houie-your home-goes up in imoke. NEPONSCTProtlat }
f . Look
permits south of Little river J>ecause Yes-Sometimes It Is-But
resists fire-lher.1 no danger of the roof catching fire from flying
The new business college, which is of the danger of citrus canker. It
f' .';part 01.the city's school facilities Is believed that this disease is so I ipsrks -if your roof it NEPONSET ProsUt.
kn now baa begun work in earnest. Both well in hand now that nursery stock Out When The "Bump" Comes. It's the acknowledged standard high-grade prepared roofing. In attractive -

.a day school and night classes arebeing can be sold from inspected nurseries I sfiadcs/ of red and green. Costs lets than shingles. 'It. protectionfrom
)+ conducted and several new pupils without fear. fire alone is worth ill entire cost.
have enrolled this week. Already The following statement was issued A Baa may go on quite a while spending every dollar be earns j

fy out-of-town people are inquiring today by the nurserymen, explainingtheir as toeD; or even before a* gets it-and have a treat time doing it,
'about the Ichaol./'Haines City Is rep- situation and asking the con- but eventually "ikon will alow. '

resented by two young men pupils. NEPDNSETWaterprpof
The "rainy day" is bound to come sooner or' later, when'the I ?

Battles In humap blood between ais-spent dimes and dollars would come .into mighty food play. '
i white+ corpuscles .and disease germs Malaria or Chills & Fever Products ;

t, .have been photographed by two The time to throw .O. the spending habit I Is now-
French scientist PrecrtptlooNo.ee8 laprepared'p.cUlly start by depositor Jut a little each week in this bank, RoofingsNK Building Papers Wall Board
6 lor MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER. ..-..CT -a... arc ( NCMNBCT. Waterproof Nt..N.[T Wall Bo.* l> icirnufie
_ . Agriculturist in Egypt have succeeded FIT ot six doss will btcak say CSM and and see bow much more comfortable independent Arc proMetfM* kakpraoff lad Build)!..* Paper. are built I Into product. irkM tiknI ,
,; in raising a new cotton, brown If...... then a* a tool die Fever will not yon will (eel as the habit grows and your dollars .long deed An?*....em.* lay wall.and _floors,. tbc buildlnf, be place. of Inb and pluiericomci I e
NCMMltT ._
tsxtn. '.14 will b war will COM!<"10MM 'ID .U tact....... I-
ft' I;; in 'color and >stronger than any heretofore return.* It acts oa the liver better than multiply. Rooinff Itsit rearm **. and will .last ran longer RemmbcT.. It u the MUy wall
produced there. Calomel> .0 10 .. rnaawmal rootlnf lor _11_.. W....lldIa..war* that. nnirai M linker. ,,.
...w.... Attract. !.**caters .? .
k: > "o ,.. .-.. ... . . .i .... ....... . .. ... .. .... .00- STATE.BANK OF Are ra ..l<.."toaUdl WitWlor Mma Mt sheaf.... ,...._h .bkl. ,.. on t-
seed. geed ,.. .......fcwa ........ Dad .. aiarm NWMMT sale.. r

SEED PEAS, > BIRD& SONNeportset w SI., E. Walpole, Mass.; J'IF. "
':.,) "f' t' KIS.SIMEEk : \ .W.,BJR..D. SONJ ....1'- ou.e ,,__... .**!-, ...rrc..Iiaa -..
f. 1RESH'5TOCK._ ;. ,.. ,,;, -.,. ALL' THE POPULAR? VARIETIES.. : : ,I P1..S H.........'o.e.:

I '.' ''; .0 q' !! 'ca....; 'Peek ; , 'Capital stock.Resewce ,_ . ___....-_ -ijc."._,J.; __...."-..$l_IIA..toa.oqj
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TALK ON tit ,Be 'Miss .Brevard. . BY ARTHUR: BRISBANE Moiw1w Ii : : i : SHALL' "

'mince the Home Bakery:J has m : ni" 'ofa'
Mis* Caroline 'M. Brevard of Tallahatsee Into its "" location Broadwa
f :, new on ; :; [ '
: prominent alike in club and has become eocn-v,!
4) social a shop so modern '\ ,
LIME circles, and with an enviable plac .> pearance 'and 'of, such large indebted-;:
In the literary world, has many friend liana as to be a'decided credit to .' of ,the,

throughout..the who will be -Interested Business Men EspeciallyAdvertiseirs city.; ,3.' II. Reed,- the proprietor, ", 'The!;
'I' to learn that she will be a' heavy expense .in :ire-'
candidate for the office' of president of these improvements but he '
:;. "limestone. ,Country Is ,a Florid.. ., division, United Daughters'ofthe keep in'the front ranks, of ; state"debt *'f
Confederacy, and many chapter m..'. progressive business men J that 1 .
: are rallying; to her support, the three to' be. able to supply any -dema? thirty ,
Rich Country"QUOTES chapter of this city,'which are among And Yet MORE Especially For Busines 'Men, ',That Are growing population makes upon ..' of ,
the most influential of the state baying A'mOdem bake-shop Is '.1'.
an, "
MR.EV.AN -:SUMlrfART endorsed her'candidacy-say; NOT: 'Advertueincopyrlghttn4 '. tion of wonder. The amount'of
Jacksonville'Times-Union. and cakes and p"ait must tam. cent and'
OF CO-OPERATIVE : 11) St.r,Compauy.. ; ,;
FARMERS' time ,
.. .. the casual
:. DEMONSTRATION WORK'MADE Born In Tallahassee. dair'staggers '
cent of "
AT GROWERS' MEETING. :Mi s.Caroline Brevard was born In watching the process ..* ;
States Js r
Tallahassee In ,1860.. She organized Yea keep a store,with something fee tale la' it. .'When the Reed bakery' was one per', j
A proverb much older than'our Anna Jackson Chapter, U.. D. to'its' new location ,new"" oven i '
YOUR ? outside ,
installed. The walls of
American agriculture 1*, .. .follows: 224, and has served more than once ;'
"A limestone. country is a rich coun aa its president. She has served the If FEW pas yew store,'yea knew, liat yea arc ia the wreag lecatioa. oven measuN 12. by 14 feet and .
try." Every soil, be made lime weight Is 85,000 pounds. It rests '
can -a division twice as historian and for sad yea ..Y..,,
solid concrete foundation.,The ,
atone soil'by; the application four Four chairman a
;years as of the educa
tons of. crushed limestone per acre tion' committee. She was a charter Nobody tai say to yea, "Mr., Easiness May I hue a' aice ltd store terior capacity allows for the PAPER, :I(? :

and subsequent'applications. at interval number.of the :Colonial Dameand 1 ia i I aia'tittle quiet side dnet),coat aver there sad do 1Muia....- 1 think of.severalJinndrtd.. loaves:of,'bread of wo. "'"'" .1
A fire years depending fa I historian of that society., Other you will like it.* a- time.. "
upon the kind of soil, plants grown, societies of which she is memberare In the mixing room the most :: trouble; 'H:
: ,.etc.,. The application of crushed limestone the American Historical a .Society ,To;(ast.yon would reply :"M,. p.or'ldeacl, I WANT ta*. crowd, I mast em means-of' bread. making are" ';
6', 'to-.the.oil 'one of the 'fint Association, North Carolina Literary be'.. a great thoroughfare. i understand BIT baa a.... Keep your'quiet, nicelittle The bread. is kneaded by motor prove to J'
.. treat: economic step to be taken in and. Historical Society; National Geographical aeiraboraoed.; I want my store ea the hastest street. and the pans' of, bread are carried ., or
'' dls-
'e I u that we may; .Increase our crop Society, Southern Soclolog- : and from "the oven on a large"' fC "I
". tend bring Intq..crlculturalUM ; -- -- -l-Y rack which rolls over the floor.-A' '- &r .'.
). cal Congress, honorary member Flor Year adverbuei tt Is the window f store. la the advertisement la a healthy r. i''<
.. .: i"oir which we say i* 10' poor it ida Historical Society and she has your! long handled paddle used to get
g k; ..n't grow peas. hIt __ ,' served as director of Tallahassee as ia the window, people see what?;yea have to sell. hel..ia the bread in and out of the oven, and the other; ,
:?:; ,". Southern farm soils are almost .inUi4variably Chautauqua Association.,, advertisement they see what they caaaefte* year window, WHAT YOU would be surprised to see bow '' v i.
; sour or acid; that is, they Literary Woman. HAVE TO SAY ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS PRINCIPLES. .It is done. ; deal with '7,
contain' less than no lime whatever. The stortf room of this foel-,
Thus a moderate application (1 to 2 This gifted .daughter, of our states The advertisement is-a-fancbess wiadow that appeals ,to the EYE, the bakery is large and roomy, ambition. j
.t' tons) of crushed limestone would only the author of a school history of EAR' the INTELLIGENCE.. It displays'r"* and pictures IT TALKS TO, for i the stock to be well taken / 1..1' '
Flolidar and the Florida supplement of. The walls and fictureshave, ; it
Jieutraliie.the -existing' acidity and
for Frye's Higher of Lit. CUSTOMERS.HOW been and it is L
: still there would be no lime in the Geography; newly:: painted very
, soil. For this reason we recommendthe erature of the South. A collection MANY PEOPLE PASS YOUR DISPLAY WINDOW CALLED tractive In appearance. that 1'
r . application of at least four ton. of legends of the Southern Indians is THE ADVERTISEMENT? ,"vreetoiv-
now in of publication she has CARSON FARMER BUYSINSURANSEBvIf- to
of' crushed limestone per acre, although process
l I 100 tons has been applied to contributed. ,to Southern Literature Thiak over' that ,_ ____ r "" _--J i to-cnrer- ;
, ,; d. .I*},. Jield. with .only -beneficial re ulte. I (edited by:Alderman & Kent) and qas) --'... H. W. Barnett has sold his ,
Increasing Prodnctlveneea.i made occasional contributions to papers We are not writiaf this editorial to promote ear owa basiaess, any more ance business to Carson Farmer, &
? Lime may increase the productive. and magazines. She has been engaged than. t. promote 'recently:: purchased the H. M. value "
for some on larger'history year insurance business alto and is & of
;nsi of a soil by of thejfollowing years a.
mean: ; any of our state with full bibliography Pat year store where yea will, bat pat it where. the CROWD will see it. lug out considerably in this line. ' s'

y (1)) By; overcoming a sour condition -this is. still in manuscript.She Put year advertiseaieBt where yon will bat pat it where the CROWD Mr. Barnett contemplates going bottle 'to' '
I of the soils, or correcting the is one of the best known educators will see itDoa't the road as a traveling salesman. "" Kid
acidity. This i. the prime object in of the state For some years she will
, : applying lime. There are numerous taught in Leon high school, and is put a store ia 'a little side street to enjoy the quietness and the COURT HOUSE WALLS PAINT ; 'of 'this, fit
plants whose growth Is in direct proportion now instructor in history in the Florida absence of bustaess.Don't . Painters ani at'work on-the ;tried it, ,.- ; '
to the amount of lime in the State College for Women. of the county court 'housrtbls '..Kilmer .
i soil" and the effect' of lime on the Sister Carlotta, who is president of pat an advertisement a little .side street newspaper to enjoy and all the walls are being "receive1;'
growth of legumes will be considered the State U. D. C. now, and has been the quietness and the absence of b1Uia.... new coat of paint. The walla will I' Post. ,
', in a later article. for several years, will doubtless bea One great merchant .ta this beautiful kept white but they; will be fifty-; t
country prepares advertiiesscats
candidate for re-election. improved in appearance by the at
1. available the e
(2) By making more
extraordinary talent is displayed in them-sad some of those' advertisementsnaijlil paint. 40-4w;:
mineral food in the soil.
j'h' ', the outbreak plant Of the European war colleges, agricultural experiment stations -. as well be hung op ia his private dining room as ia the aewipapen that '. t
our potash supply has been cut off' farmers' co-operative demonstration k* ate*. '
and the question of today is, "Where workers extension department -
There are thousands .-merchants manufacturers basiaess thoroughly
' will we get our potash T" Many; of of the agricultural colleges, commissioner -, men : -: '
\ .the 'complex soil-forming minerals of agriculture, various bureaus understanding everything in their Ha EXCEPT PUBLICITY. ,
'cont ln potasfi, locked in unavailable of the U. S. Dept. of' Agriculture ____And without understanding publicity, tie basiaess man of today cannot S ',. '
.. J or Insoluble form. Soluble lime salts state inspector of nurseries, cit achieve his great success for he cannot get his store,window IN FRONT OF Successor to the
. ", 'react with these complex: minerals, rus exchange shippers' protective THE BIG CROWD.
. taking the place of potash and setting league, farmers' unions, local and f" State
i ''it free In an available form. It ia not county organizations, and a number --- .a
advisable or practicable to depend on of others. What Mr. Brisbane tens the New York merchant applies equally a* wU
'we.reaction for our potash,but it The Washington office of the Bureau to the Kissunmee merchant ,_ /+P
will help in the present crisis. If lime of Plant Industry, under date of ,
The circulation ef the Valley Gazette Is week.
growing bigger We
; is need do not fail to apply; a complete July 1908, issued the following circular every:
'f fertilizer at planting time. Lime : letter, in connection with the lave just concluded a thorough canvass of the entire city, and can BOW guarantee .

;' also )liberates phosphates and makes farmers',.co-operative demonstrationwork advertiser the largest paid-ia-advanca circulation ia. the city and county. D. L'h
f.h@1ft' -more available. : Ia this,. .... '. coarse. THE GREAT CROWD. And when!/ we IB. Wffl.>> ( ....
B7Improving the physical Ten Commandments.At eeeeJ .
It. tl8) .' tell yea that>ea ought to pat your ADVERTISING' DISPLAY WlNDQW-a.or;
> 'condition, or texture of the soil ah early period it was found .
'fl.i Strange as it may seem lime makes necessary:; to evolve from the ma. of tie great crowd, w* make the statement because it'is of pabfic isoportaac. Successor. t. ,.J, ,. fit"SL
: workable and porous, ethical a few- general rules and helpful to badness mea. '
heavy soils more teaching Room No. 9 Second (floor{ ;: 'r
::_w. while at the same. time it render for living;called "The Ten Commandments Better start 'today aad iacrease year rofit*.:

'sandy light soil more compact. ," by: which man could be moral -- -_-.-- r,
. -- -- -- - -- '
Food.R. without in - -
( Plant 'going' through a course General Insurance.BuIn_ meet)
. (4) Baerving.asa rJant'food.' theology; : ,Just so in order;, to instruct -' ALL FLORIDA SOIL'NEEDS LIME;: .:' , a a '
Eft, Plants require lime as the average farmer how to successfully Reliable companies. :1.V
w. Triad..' saw veer .._..._ 7I" .eat .tiese ., i :
*nitrogen, and a number of;other ele- ; conduct his farm operations so' as rvnr- +..... 0.. llmtm !. ..< _.IIt.. ... WILL NOT JUDLIDA.ID m THE Aa.YOIvLerwhieb 5';'. ; "W..wtQ'e ' '.
STment. 'compounds.However* most to secure a greater net gain from the !. tk. ......... mmmtltr IAgrifmltmrml -< torttliMM.Vm .**..1....... .... tar 4 .the' ," :. .
I soils contain enough lime .to supplythat farm it is necessary to fhtst deduce 9mimmm .mly, mmm ......._ r.m ttvfaettvm. A.k (.v a -.... V. It t"'r- ,' ; {\ : 7
? actually)) used as food by ordinary I from the mass of agricultural teachIngs .1' < '; , "
I crops, but not enough to bring about' a few general rules of procedure. .BLOWERS*LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY. .
|the indirect beneficial effect P***"*; They; ,are called -"The'T.n' Command. PEPT. *a .-
<.ly discussed. The indirect effects of ments of Agriculture by- the practiceof 3
lime on the plant In neutralizing the which a man may; e a good farmerin
.>>acidity of the soil, in permittingthe any state without being a graduate '
"*: soil to become more abundantly; from 'a college of agriculture.Dr. New
i stocked with helpful bacteria, and in fI. ..t.. Knapp's Ten Commandmentsof e ;
I : ,causing the soil minerals to become Agriculture.1st I The :Favorite I :
""" more available, are all more irtport-
and thoroughly .
lime taken Prepare a deep J
I of
th.n.i.. is the supply
; pulverized seed bed well drained; ,
Lime is not a fertIlizer -
*up by the plant.the beneficial results as break in the fall to the depth of 8,
but 10 or 12 inches, according to the soil,
of the reasons
.inotd ,above, are some TINWARE t'
highly recommended. with implements that will not bringtoo ,
I it fen so
f-why : much of the subsoil to the sur-
.' 11EMONSTRATiON WORK face; (the foregoing depths should be r
)cal! IS OBJECT LESSON reached gradually.) I
...: 2d. Use seed of the best variety ,
.'The aim of' the Farmers Co-Oper- Intelligently selected and carefully y a
Demonstration work is to place stored. TliatWill i
.. practical object lesson before the 3d. In cultivated crops, give the
planter, illustrating the best and most rows and the plants in the rows a
profitable methods of production and space" suited 'to the plant, the soil
ilafcthat it is ,essential to apply and the climate. ' : the operations of the 4th. Use intensive tillage duringthe WEAR''
farm as well as In any; other business growing period of the crops..
.or'pfesllon. Every advance in the 6th. Secure a high content of humus -

pro H-of human society cost money In the soil by the use of legumes, ,. ...
.aDd must be maintained by; an in- barnyard; manure. farm refuse, and
q'.seed earning capacity. If thegaming commercial fertilizer.0th. '
i capacity of the people is only. . Carry out a systematic crop If you, ,want '
sufficient to supply the necessities of rotation with a wipter cover crop on H> i.

.' life' ,.. progress Inaugurated. is blocked.In 1904. southern 7th. Accomplish farms.: more" work in a Save: Money I cbme" to this : f'

I I"S;,, 'me Partners' Co-Operative Dem- day by using more horse power 'and ware just bec : : :: ':
'atration work conducted by:: the U. better implements. Buy Your :
1lls7 Department of Agriculture through 8th. Increase the farm stock to the 1
11 the Bureau of Flant Industry,'was in- extent of utilizing all the waste products F doit's just .
of Tires of vslTBU 1Y"1 I If Iw
!'* under the authority conBireVs and idle lands of the farm. "
Jn January; 1904, primarily- 9th. Produce all the food requiredfor X, money away. :: : :
of the depredation of the Mex- the' men and animals on the farm. t
Stain eotton boll weevil. This insect 10th. Keep account. of each farm gangs carries a large stock money' on. :: w '

*;occasioned a general alarm among product, in order to know.from which Urea-the kind that really 'a ; ,.', 9
and created a de- ' r
tthe' cotton planters the gain or loss .arises.THICK.GLOSSY longest and are cheapest
.immediate relief which ap- '
and for "
Ton'won't be' bothered with tire'trouble
laled-JtO'the entire country, a. the HAIR ;
iss j&the-cotton. crop would be aatibnal FREE FROM DANDRUFF' on long run U you benefit by ,
calamity.; From this com- oar experience la tlr s. -
aratively-simple beginning it has Girls Try it! Hair gets soft. Huffy Drop a postal .tor- our circular .
adeD"'its field ofEwIt operation until and be.utlfQJ-Gfl a 25 cent Better sail, talk tire with oa in per>.

'come* into intimate contact bottle of Danderine.If ' JOB right off. We'll put yo. wlee., in our store and there are ; : ,* \ _
operation on the farm.
what we you care heavy hair that glistens toclect .( All J : '
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|'at manufacture 64 different'apair people of an shoes-required, and is. Just fluffy one-application and lustroustry doubles.Danderine.the We: make, 'a 'spedaltyV- .;,of seii--;g., reliable< priced, though low,, will.purchase. ; 1. t' '

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at of the agricultural condition of dandruff. -.This destructive scurf robe ,pricescaniconvnce.jypu.: : : ; :: .; (.., -. _
the baiz of its lustre, eta strength and "
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'FRIDAY, OCTOBMt a la ftg|' ;

:a 4:; \ ENL R.Nri3; A "ORI .CHOKING Tuva .'t r q: .:
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Kissimmee :
; The : Valley, Gazette : I ,"''J1
Rates Promised ? j[ "' .'' '
Lower Express Editor Powell :7 the Clearwater The American Railway Association,,
'!\ i M+fw O'1tYtjJRTFRIDAY.. OFFICE tl* 'VALLET!: GAZETTE BOILDtNa.OSCBOLA . Sun warn Floridians, against the has'made' another report 0("melancholy : ..
i ,JDB8UUUflII.; COCJTTT. FLOalD fact"about 'railroad
H building of sand-oil roads, citing'thefact tcaffiev ti
We to the of Osceota county that Mr .Charles Cfolfle.'who that h* .lived in California 'and During August it found that the num.: :;:i:
I(.a.1IAItIUI ;:; -. w r ,_, ,. .. -, oJ _' ,Owes announce grower* dweUing on the horrible /:onditions of ber ,,of idle and side-tracked freight '
r w Express
y, 0 i is superintendent of the Florida' division of the Southern of the sand-oil, roads he saw car wa reduced by over 33,000. Forth : ,,1
.. company, was'in Kiwimmee last week .While here he assured the:.Gazette. some California oil road are no *' first half of September it .now" <: 1
.. The
Olf"B..A.TJC8S' 011. T.anal r.I'.....__..... *. .____. there.
+ .. J' eta l 'jmonth*..,..*..,.*.,**!.*. One !RODYr', thr. months.ooBamvalaatlons. -- ....-._. .'f.I that after November I the rates on' fruit and vegetable from thi* ,*taU *o more like the Eustis.sand-oil road than find a further reduction of 27,277.
eesaC -- points on the companyV line* will be decreased from IS to 20 per cent on.,last black i* like whit We'lived in California This 1* bad new for prosperity.' It 1
Pow will be nothing less than' .,
''" authorised sp6ndats. must b. : a great deal longer than shocking to
rofpt.1/rom our rates.
years so-called the Wall Street Journal., To that dls.
t' !*b f 4hJiiatt.!rwUI* not.b. returned uniars called (or.. A vegetable list giving; the"name'' and 'rate on'every vegetable:hipped: : ell sand-oil did road and know.of California, These were never mat vision the 3S,000idlcar reduction ' .fl

.. out of Florida ha been compiled by the express company and'submitted anything more than oil sprayedover in August proved>n increasing
1" !. '{ntered at the >optofflc,In KlMllnm., Florid U second-class matter.) to the Interstate' Commerce Commission. Cut such at from 75'cent' to 60 the natural adobe soil; no sand measure of traffic distress. Though a":i

k' cents per hundred strike about the average reduction proposed it i i. said about them at all. The oil wa put on loaded to the roof the car ware still .

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 Th effort being made i i. to have these Tower fates operative not only on cold, and was never Intended' for anything by idle the and blockade"backed on up"exports as' To Iowa the 1

the Southern Express company's line but all over the country,on all its con- summer more dust than from a flying.-Florida. same vision the addition of 27,000 car, .

nections. Grower. .. to loaded equipment must indicate a
ti A Whether this special rate will go into effect depend largely upon what Editor' Powell has evidently never "back up" as far as California .
action the Interstate Commerce Commission takei regarding the matter. The known, the joys of motoring out in There is no escaping this conclusion. .
Florida Boosters This Is a Big he could Anybody who tries will
;; California. If he had, ne.yer only
general belief appear to be that the Commission will grant a lower rate at of flounder. railroads
to< have expressed such an opinion The) are. simply ,.
Opportunity-Don't Pass It By there does.not seem to be any serious objections advanced to it. California roads.If engaged in choking themselves to

There i is only one thing of which. we can be certain and that is that the there i* one state in the union death. They are accepting a largely'
i4lV y Interstate Commerce Commission i is a slow moving body and the grower can that is noted for its splendid highways 'increasing traffic which they cannot

.4 little relief unless they make themselves felt. it Is California, and that explains move, and letting it idly block their
7t why California has more automobilesin main lines with loaded can from New
b' Some of our esteemed neighbors in the state are a little cold They must aot depend on anybody else to de it for them. Beside bombarding daily use than any other state with York to San Francisco. Cannot: some-
t'' nTall coming out on a day for the good of Florida, saying! that theyareworking the Commission with resolution against the excessive rate we believe the exception, perhaps of New York. thing be done to stop this suicidal policy .'

/ for Florida every day in the yea That is true.thing No it would be a good idea for every trucker in.the county and state to write individual You can start in almost any section of of the railroads T A suggestionfrom <.
enterprise no institution no firm, no corporation, no man California and motor hundreds of the Wall Street Journal would. "
letter of the Commission. These letter be
week in the protest to ought to going
for its community as a newspaper every '
mueh solid
does as miles in any direction over be welcome.-New York World
M year... :y.tu all_of us can set aside a day for a long pull,, a strong 10 Washington right now-they ought to be hitting the Commiwion' office smooth winding 'roads. These roads 0'

pull and a pull all together, and send out papers: to a ,list of names the very day. were constructed and then simply HELP SAVE FELLOW-AMER1 .I'
furnished by the people in our several communities can t you see oil it ;
and ourselves and Let them know that yea mean business, and that you won't be satisfied sprayed with natural crude as
It must do the state, ;
v :'everybody enormous amount around of ust good It is svotlh.while.!! Jacksonville Metropolis. with anything less than a reduced rate And let them understand that you comes the out ground of the is earth.such that The substanceof the oil Hundreds of thousands of our fel 1)l j

don'want it next year-bo't right now-in time to allow you to realize a glues the soil into a solid surface, l low-citizens living in the cotton grow.' .
tried throw cold water the Flor. rofit-jon labor and this year' smooth; ing states of the, South face absolute' f
A number of the liatt papers have to on I, your. ... on crop.Boosts which with. use becomes, as want unless they can realize cash for
f '' ids Newspaper Day idea among them being the Tampa Tribune. These! pa;_ an asphalt street. and knows their year's work. In the South cotton )ift
'' that they are' boosting Florida every day in the Willis is a good booster is the In "
the staple normal
l per* advance argument about lot of things but when it crop.
'year and that nothing will be gained by carrying out the Newspaper Day plan. I I omes/to a judging California roads he times the cotton grower can mortgage t
ir ) his crop before the seed is planted11' !
However if every man and woman! having! the interest of the state at oil will\!.>will fe given give another Florida guess.such roads If sand-as something which cannot be done with \

i'V fl ,heart, will mail out one or two copies!, of their home paper to friends and California has today we would do any other crop. But because of the *,
l ? relative outside of the state .great good must result to the slate and to all Boost Kiisimmee. well to start building them right now. war in Europe the planters of the ''j
-. .-.- ---.- ... .- -Kissimmee Valley Gazette South cannot now secure ; .eta people. Do it every day. ------ -- The reply of the Gazette to the cotton A movement has been started ,),

We publish in this column editorial comments from state papers showing Florida Grower proves that the mindsof to assist the Southern planters by "
Do it morning noon and night. having individuals buy cotton, a baleat '3
r that' a large number of them are interested and will support the Newspaper great men wiggle-waggle. The Ga-
a time, so to speak, The idea I.I to
Day idea. Other papers which published the Valley Gazette editorial without Then you'll live happy forever after. zette writer in lambasting the Sun I have everyone who Is able to make the j

comment are the Polk County Record Zolfo Springs Truth Clearwater Sun. .. aDon't contradicts The Grower the is Florida correct.It .Grower. Investment to buy bale of cotton at t'3

Suwannee Democrat.; New Smyrna Breeze and the Daytona Halifax Journal. brought out but one of the facts 10 cents a pound As cotton bale ;
forget "Newspaper Day. Be sure to send in a list of name 500 pounds. this mean Investment
that help such big to bringto average
d Just to show Newspaper Day can even a paper as that the Sun has been trying
the- Tamp* Tribune let us say for argument's sake that the Tribune has Well do the rest. the surface-that the Eustis! road large mercantile of $50 for institution each bale.are A buy few, \ "

,', 'twenty thousand daily subscribers. If fifty per cent of its subscribers should I aA L not a sand-oil road, but an asphaltum ing in larger lots, but their purchase '
decide to each mail two copies to friends that would mean that on NewspaperDay I. good strong pull on the part of everybody will fill Kissimmee with road of and that. it is laid on are only a drop in the bucket. Bank. \
inches grouting.And
the Tribune would circulate forty thousand copies, twenty thousand of winter tourist. The time to go to work i ia right. now. the Grower is correct when it in the South refuse to advance.caah >
C e for cotton and as the farmers, those .
'which would go out all over the nation carrying information to many who states that the sand-oil road is merely the .'i
who cannot
: '/ )have never had a chance to secure a copy of the Tribune or to hear about the And tourist i is what we want. The more tourists we have the more rooms a dust-leveler. although sometimes, by ready grow money they cotton not only risk secure losing ;:

: ", svondert. of Florida. . rented, the more mouth to feed, the more groceries sold, the more moneyin using a great thick deal of oil with surfaceis the their entire year a labor but they face
circulation: the more prosperity for everybody and .o on round and adobe dust a hunger and cold during the winter ,
that will Day which
rM We hope every state paper on Newspaper arrange to print attained, and this is the road :
t .r' 'article of special interest setting forth the many opportunities awaiting our round the circle without end. the Sun stated gets full of pot holes. like months.Dives Many of old wealthy, taking citizens, advantage are, *' "i

northern friend who come to Florida. This edition should also carry a special Powell was not a forty-niner but Vi-he of the situation and the
member of the E. Clampus oppressing
: r' 'appeal to the tourists. The European war will no doubt continue through was which a him the with tenants, who compose ma.
'' and the thousand who abroad will the land We tus puts on par jority of the cotton producers. Instead
e .the.winter annually go come to I Give. Up I "Sons of 49ers, and he has toured of American t
p 'of sunshine and flower if you advance reason why they should come here most of the roads in Southern Cali- abroad to sending supply sinews of slaughterto money ,

:;this winter. Call their attention to our numerous splendid water trip that fornia. They are all right-all right warring nations the people of the
-p' 'be made from all point of the state tell them about pleasant winter --but the good roads are not sand- United States could and should let
:cal ; our
In another column Editor Powell of
we publish a reply by the Clearwater oil roads by a long shot-very, very '
,our.good fishing and hunting, bathing eta Sun. their charity begin at home by '
shot -Clearwater
t Sun to an editorial which appeared recently in The Gazette. long ing the "buy-a-bale" movement. jOlt j
f. We also urge advertisers-especially the real estate men-to take advantage The editor of the Valley Gazette has never had the pleasure of inspecting $50 invested In a bale of cotton

L of this extra circulation which will go out to people who are susceptible the much-talked-of Eustis road and as no two who have seen the road appearto BRING THE TOURISTS SOUTH. aid some unfortunate fellow-Ameri. .

to the Florida appeaL agree a* to what kind of a road it is-we surrender to Powell until such The possibility of turning into the can, and after the war is ended which .

Thenthe: final and important thing is to acquaint your reader with the a time at we can afford to hire sixteen college professors with three toni of South a large part of the winter Eu- the may cotton come should sooner in than the many course imagine of i

Newspaper1 Day"plarf! ; and get them to co-operate with you. Make a. special scientific instruments and twenty-three auto Then by golly, we will go to outlined ropean travel in the Manufacturer's from this country Record as mal condition be worth much

rate'on jungle: copies and urge each reader to send in the price of one two Lutti and lift the whole gosh-dang thing and bring it back to Kissimmee last week is endorsed by Thomas CookIb than '10 cents a pound. The "

nr five copies and: which they desire the paper sent. where we wilFbreak up and make.a. chemical analysis of the sand-oil-eh. Sons tourist agents, who'have for a bale of to cotton be safe thus investment make nO'f-'f

We'\ 1d like to tee the Jacksonville Metropolis and .....Ul o., the excuse us--asphaltum road and-find-ollt. just what it is, anyhow many years handled a world.large tourist promises does an act of real a charity.- :

.' ;Tampa.Tribtwe and Tunes, the Peiuacola New and Journal, and the Miami Until then we fly the white flag. I business the throughout Manufacturers'the Record Wrjt- Weekly. ..:
We still insist however that-California has the roads and ing to .__. n'I
don't "" -----
.., ,:. MstrepoC, and Herald join in with the weekly papers_ and lend their supportto we : they say: "
the plan. . care whether they are "oiltand"asphaltum," '-"rubber.." Call 'em-' Regarding: the possibilities of development POTASH IN VOLCANIC, ASH.

.,{" f:'. .Le '. for .'big Newspaper October 17 aad thesi whatever you like, Willis But we are for 'em. of Southern tourist travel ,
", .. 'aU.aD Day- let's .Make "'. I Il during the coming winter, would state From Switserland comet the new
fi It., regular and .faiaon. .yearly event. that in oar opinion there Is every reason that Doctor Kleiber, a chemist In the "
I'; 'fP -'. .. -." "0 : to expect a great development in service of the Swiss government ha. ,\
FLORIDA NEWSPAPER DAY. l- "The Men Who; Made- iW r'j tourist travel to the South during the discovered that the ashes .from Vesuvius ' '

S The Klssimme Valley Gazette starts a movement that every progressive : coming winter. There will undoubt- and the debris contain a large .
t'I newspaper in Florida should join in boosting to a grand success edly be a large number of wealthy amount of potash. Dr. Kleiber made t'.
and the good that will result therefrom in advertising this state travelers who have heretofore! been this discovery while visiting that portion ' I'
can not-now be imagined. The Gazette suggests that Saturday, Octo- (By Harry Kemp.) accustomed to spend. their winters of the country. The potash syndicate .. 0 !;I
vber..17, be designated .. Florida Newspaper Day, and on that day ev abroad who will"turn their attentionto of Germany, established by the 1\\'
erybody in Florida mail at least one- copy of their home paper to a 'Gq forth and fight for your Country's sake!" the winter resorts of this (country German government, which ha .long' W'
; friend or relative!, in the' North, or to somebody outside the state of Cried the Men Who Made The War. and we feel sure that the attractionsof controlled the price!ofthis) Indl.penaiiJ't
.Florida. our /southern states, together with ble mineral for fertilizing- purposes l",
And then each lolled in his chair lit fat
J The Times i I. heartily in favor of this progressive plan and will easy and a cigar; those of California will be greatly appreciated will probably have competition by: the "",
assist in every way possible to make it a grand success. It will also They lolled and smoked they sat and joked with their fellows, at their ease. by many Americans accus- Swiss government, who have ordered'Dr.
/,.'*- arrange to print in its issue of that week articles of special' interest While the patriot army fQught and bled and wasted with disease. tomed to spend their winters in Eu- Kleiber to make further research. i'

t !' .setting forth facts and the many great opportunities that are awaitingour }h. the Men Who Made The War were brave when you listened'to them talk, rope. regarding the potash contained in the 'Ii.
northern'friends and relatives in Florida. We will also These statements only emphasize ashes and debris! thrown from Vesuvius ' }
arrange \t they raised the price of food supplies and raked in gilt-edged stock;
what the Manufacturers' Record has with a view of establishing pot.
to have a liberal supply of extra copies of the hand that
paper on
Oh. the Men Who Made The War were bold at robbing the helpless Poor. mines. .
would be pleased to hear from dur local reader stating how many indicated to be the opportunity of the 11.ash
papers they can mail out on Florida Newspaper Day, This is certainly A. they rode about in their motor cars and staid at home secure. South in view of the present\ situation.
a fine plaivand a: grand opportunity for everybody to boost their And when the few came marching back with maim and wound and scar- If the South through all of its busi- '

} town and state 'and thus benefit themselves at a trifling expense. 'Let's give 'em medals to keep 'em still I I" Said the Men Who Made The War; ness activities-railroads, steamship M. ''
and cities and hotels TILLER
resort towns
M We are In hopes the large dailies and the small weeklies in every lines -
city and town of the state of Florida will take hold of this movement --will make an aggressive cam-

ti i t. and become boost it regular along and to such famous an extent yearly that event.Florida Newspaper Day will WORK THAT WOMEN PREFER. LAWYERS ARE FUNNY FELLOWS. it paign ought for to this be tourist able to travel attract business to the Real Estate Aoency.jf;

I The Valley Gazette is to be commended and should receive thecredit Census figures relating to women's In any line of business when machinery South this year a larger number ofpeople NN..NNN. ..\\\\pN\t. ...N._..\
for this modern and progressive. method"ofadvertising Florida. occupation. i in New York City throwan is worn out and worthless i it \ than ever before. Moreover
of these tourists who have heretofore Realty bought and sold. ,
-The Melbourne Times. interesting light on the drift of is cast aside and new machinery In- many -
female the last ten years. stalled. Now we have a different spent their winters in Europe Houses rented.
WE'RE FOR IT. Thus, while the number of actors in spectacle with our laws which are when once they have learned the attractions Taxes paid and Titles "verb

The Kissimmee Valley Gazette names October 17 as Newspaper the greater city declined from' 4,783 made by lawyers to be construed b1 will of the become South for winter residents residence ified for nonresidents.Fire .

Day. Everybody ia Florida will be expected to send a newspaper to to 4,207 between 1900, and 1910, the lawyers. Law is governed by .antiquated ,or annual Visitors permanent to the Sotuh- Life and Accident In. ,
,.a friend or relative in the United States or. Europe on that day, number of actresses rose from 2,629 "predicate" and does not keep There is, however, one danger that surance.
to: 3,759. The number of women bar- step with the times. In nearly
d'- How wilt and the to every
many papers Join urge people help us spread must be met. California will be awaketo ,
1 Indemnity Bonds.
' bore hairdressers and manicure increased state .numerous laws have been declared i
: d this information? How many editors will support the proposition the opportunity, and it will make a
from 852 to 8,864 the number unconstitutional the
; by higher
with editorials and sews stories T Speak,up. We are listening. and
t *. 'Let us all "boost" Florida Newspaper Day. Let everybody make of bookkeepers cashiers and accountants courts, and yet,nearly every one of more vigorous for tourist travel aggressive than it campaign has-
p.f :it a poInt. to mail out three or more*, copies of the home from 8,211 to 21,613; telegraph these dead statutes remains on the ever made. The South must meet its a
; newspaper on onebtwo.October 17, and telephone operators from books as living law. However, with
competition or else it will lose
2,406 to 7,362:! ; milliners from 7,651'to the state legislatures controlled by manyof 1
Of course, the Lake Region is always boosting Florida, but there
those who, by the right kind of .11
i laundressed from 16.102 to 17f I it I. almost
12,096 lawyers Impossible to
are still Some who have not heard about Eustis, and we are. willing to ; get work, be drawn to its own resorts '
823, and cigar and tobacco factory operatives ,rid of the legal rubbish. The differ.
"x' ; .make special effort to bring the information to them. If Italy had been able, as-we pointedout 1fYOUAre
from 6,437 to 8,751. The number ant states are in need of legal
.**> 'Let each of our reader seqd in tho:price \\o( an extra (COpy and re last week, to develop-its tourist
', ,t ",the address to which it must. be sent. We will 'do the rest. Remember of' women musicians and music- form.Law Is about''the only thing business to the point of securing the .
teachers from 8,281 to 5304 and which Is two behind the "
October seventeenth. Send your names,In'now.-Eusti Lake Region. -rose a century or of ., .
sum $700,000,000 a what
i- women and typewriters age, and ;yet law enters into the everyday year pos- .
show'the remarkable increase from life of the citizens of sibilities there are for the South. But "?
? i ,,, HOLLY ON THE a nation.Woman's '
I this buslnelB'cannot be without .
10.868 to 83,769. ;
Rf,' l.. '.* Editor Bob Holly of Sanford, a* president of'the' Florida'! '' Press (Meantime the number of" iervantsand : vigorous work and the liberal expen- ,, '
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""v'a* Florida Newspaper Day and urges the press of the state to give all to but 122,867. notwithstanding 1 SENATOR! CARSON. THE MAN. Record. YOU.J* i f
%. l;.pace.possible to boosting Florida. Thi* is in line with the press off great growth or population.,The nnnv HURT ,'
California, yrhicfc set aside a day'when ,all editor unit in a boost for ber of. tailoresses and the number ofseamstresses :J i i The freinds; and they are many of THOUSANDS EACH WEEK. ,

"t 4 ,their' state. The idea I* a good >one, even though borrowed will heedthis from a and dressmaker exhibita :,! Senator Carson of Kissimmee, havesuggested According to,the report of the New I AM PREPARED TO FUR'M'
.i.te..Mta1.e.and The News trust all editors '
marked decline, assuming"the accuracy his York Workmen's
name to Governor Compensation Commission "
a" -call to service. The New ,will ,try and dosomething, though.when: ; NISH PLANS AND :
of the t telegraphed from,:Trammell for appointment to the 30,000 workmen were injured _; I
the proclamation bras issMed Its JIIana&8n"were' already:'tlnry. Washington and the agreement of the short term senatorship; in case Sentator in New York State during the past six :: < I. '?
tenergytoward: a',tremendou. Rooster edition which :.they propose to classification of the former with the,,.'' ', Bryan'appointed to the federal weeks, 8,000 of whom were Injured AT ROCK' BQTI'OH'PRICES. ,
issue early in November, and which' may interfere- ,with. our",doing.. last census.".'The number of sal swo-, 'bench,: ,Mr...' Carson 'would certainly -I under conditions which entitle them to :
+ LSal)I we.;should, '-Palatka New.. ,- -J men was -22,761' in ,1910. as. ''against. honor the office.* He is one of I file claim for compensation with the vVo'HAftNQt'
""i; ';: ', ":' . ORDER.' 22,705 }fn'I900.,'''*'''- --, -*' :( South' Florida's: leading men."not i commission.: Such a mass of claims
'>;!' , J5END'JN''rOUR' -"Foil',,a conclusive showing ,of wo- heard of as often aa some others, for have been filed that the commission j
,'iGaMte.: *a iln.'publldty".cberne; .: and all friends of'Floridashouldtondout"paper of an 'occupation*'an' analysis 'progressive nc1.! broad-minded man. Th compensation act has been in efi '. >> r
::1 ,. and all papers should ,strive to:p. at** of the Jfult censua report will',brneesessary. y He has. ,,'a ,wide experience In',public feet only since July\ 1.' : 4i ,
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I the 'aids| streets,, ashamed 'to meet In'her hold" was the cheerful ;:advic 1 blame business T .All right Whei;" Somethln' lost overboard by some -private >> Above; with his ear to a small .hole I.':" "

'.'fHo'l'O/f. too WOKD3 those he knew in the patk, You nave of the man at Steva's elbow we step ashore at th' Bahams. Mistei, yacht, thinldn' Ill kill] skilfully bored through the ceiling I

,; story"The will Million for Dollar twenty-one Krat.r"con-. hear them mentioned in the maritlm "Who's talkin' t' )'Ou'" 'Cl'Unted Jim Dunkers. Ill tear the ropes out out o 'wa7. Ill .lay low'' on without permitting? the plaster to fell V
t' ecutire weeks run In this paper."' Bran news! which is the, society: column'of Stevo. ,WbV did 1 sajrf o' your pulley blocks But till ws gii shore elf: knelt a 'man with bandaged arm., a'

arrangement. with the" Tan., the ships; you know of their existeno "Onions,'ye lubber Don't wa know there, you V W upper bunk afm.' 'And though Stove made a' perfec He could never see any f.ce.t no one 14

nouaer.. FUm company only It .has to been read only by, the bleached bones"of then, what.onions is? Ain't we'.melt '.m t.' mine.". range of the spot, he never came back ever took off a mask In this) .\sinister .,
mad.po..tble not '
the ...tor,. in this paper.but also to .strewn along the coast. so long,. .that'ye-could stick yer nose< ''Lean -th' ol' grouch alone JimTh to find the mysterious, never set chamber. But there were voices aDd .\ ,
...-It each week at the Qraystonei You who crave adventures hi&h in'th: starboard light an' never smel. : mate won't stand for no scrappin; the,G BlOn' house back: home,, not did he was never going to forget. some of, .'
!i.Casino.. For the solution of thismystery seas, purchase a ticket, a steamechair kerosene Onions!I' Pass tt aboard. Well have th' ,
$10.000 will be you no T thing don he ever see Dunkers again. On the< them. After the meeting- came to aa' 4,.';,;
t riven. story and a couple of popular novels.. cawffy." : - ',' right In th' custom sheds. Well han voyage, home .he brooded continuallyand 1 ., end, he waited an hour after and then' .:t ,.

4 CONDITIONS OOVKRNINO THE.. go' on board to the '' blare,of 'a ver,; Steve helped himself first.;Thi'maiwho a finish fight, Queensberry rules, an! was frequently found blubbering; stole down into the street by the aid

I I' CONTEST. indifferent and believe spoke bunked over him and th.y;; may. th' best man 'win." and one night he skipped his wstcl of the fire escape.' Later; he entered
.. The price of $10,000 will be won you are adventuring; when as a matter were not on the beat.of terms., Then. ,"I'm wlllin'." said Jim.; \ and went to Davy' Jones' locker.. S telephone booth and called up Jones.

I"y tee the man most woman acceptable or child solu--who of fact, you are about to ,spend was jio real reason for this frank an: "So'm I," agreed ,tev. But his Intentions ''Dnnkerr' had not told'about: '; .h. ,Then one leathern' and stsel boxs; -
.'tlon of the mystery from which a dull week'or fortnight on a wets tagonitm-simply-they-; not spllci Avere not honorable. H. proposed dotted with bits of Ivory and mother.' t
the last t'IIP."eel.., of motion picture hotel where the most exciting thin)&, any more effectually than cotton rope< to desert before the fight tool name he had seen on the box; an of-pearl.became -two. ; and the second (

last drama two chapters will b. of made the and story the Is the bugle's call, to meals or the and hemp splice. Sailors are'mood] place. Not that he was Phyalc.llyafraid Blossom' had not,, 'thought had 'to.' one was soaked In mud and.salt wax: 11J *

.written' br Harold MaoOrath. discovery of a card sharp in the amok and superstitious; at least they generally ; no; he wanted to dig his hands. Harprreave : instantlj te,- for two weeks till you could not
back Dankers'mind the
Solutions may be sent to the big room. 'Take a real ship, go a. ire on hooters of the "Captaii deep into those doubloon. and pieces. brought ,to have, told it from the original.\ And J
>'Tannouser Film corporation,either supercargo, to the South seas; tak Manners" breed. Steve was superstitious of-clght. newspaper storieshe had recentlj that 'Is why, 'Jones was able, some, t
at time Chicago up to or raldnla-Kt.\ New York Jan.; any li. the side streetsof the .ocean, and and Jim thinkers was moodi. So the four days down passed otherwise . read. Therewas no doubt In th. weeks 'later. tohide '.once more the -
world that this box to thimissing
4 'Then must bear postoffloe mark learn what it can do-with hurricane. and had'no thumb his'left'hand uneventfully,* amid paint ,poti belonged original box. As fori'' the substitute r ,,
1 not allo.later. than that data This typhoons blistering calms and men'. Steve hated the sight of that red nub and iron rust and three meals a day. millionaire, who had drawn a Just as Brains was about to ae, a 3

appearance four weeks of the after last the Him nrst 1'.- souls. There will be adventure enoujrl bin. He was quite'certain..U1.t it hat of pork onion soup, potatoes and million from his banks and vanished;; mallet and chisel, upon it, the lights 'J''
there doubt

:;\ .ehapter Is published In this you are made strong or' you die. to gouge out somebody's eye, and hac fight and balmy and the Ilea mind that this.. million lay a'-chalr I or. two, was overturned. .
1 ,rust-) In: which to submit solu- An honest ship, but run down at the inadvertently connectedjKltlu some. blue and gentle. The men went aboutin in the Bahaman waters. It had beer .'The, door, the doorj"{ shouted -.. ':":'''''1"
drawn from the bottom of the
+' A boardof three Judges will heel;-rode at anchor in the sound; a body's teeth. their undershirts and dungarees,,. up Bralne, furious. /d
r, ,,determine which of the many solutions fourth-rater of the hooker breed; thai Spanish doubloons and pearls and barefooted." Of course the coming: sound under the path'of the baloonHe.proceeded ? It slammed'the 'moment the words '

i ,able .reoelveri The Judgment' .Is the of most this accept-board Is, her principal line of business wai: diamonds and rubies! It was .might}' fight was the main topic of conver ,' then tfould," to'take take a most left his lips. And'as suddenly M they ..'I

will be abaolutand final. .Nothd hauling barges up and down the coast hard not to say these words out loud sation. It promised to b a rattling minute range. It money had prone'out, : the lights sprang up;, \
but half loaf would
' Ins of a literary nature will beYn' When she33 owed not-pick up enough I too; blare them into the sullen facet good scrap faf'bOthTnen'were evenly I and partners; a The box was &'One., There were evidently -.
; considered! In the decision, nor make it why she'c off! and both had 1'kick" in be far better than no loaf at all; and
' fflven any preference In the selection barges to pay, grouped about,the table. He was matched, V determined to New traitors among the Black. Hun. .
'f of the winner of the 110.000 go* galavanting down to Cuba for: watch till midnight; and he was wondering either hand. Even the captain tooka he waa to-return dred. .
IV i price. The last two reels, which bales of tobacco or over to the Bar. If he' could get the box without mild interest in the affair. York and find backing..Finding is (To Be'Continued.)'

' l will alva to the the mystery most acceptable, will be presented solution . mudai for the heaven smelling onion attracting the attention of the knew that there was no such word keeping on land .or sea. I

i In the theaters having.; this Today she was an onion ship;; lookout, who had a devilish keen eye:: arbitration in a sailor: B.1 Now' It happened that his favorite
I feature as Boon a. It Is practical to which precludes ,any idea of adven for '!In'thlnlthat stirred on deck or'' his disputes could be settled only grog shop was a' cheap saloon across No."SixSixtySix'ThU -

produce,t held. The motion story pictures corresponding ture. She was about .4,000 tons, anc on water. Well he would have to-risk. one manner, by his t"alloused"'fiatr. the'waY-froM-th.-headquarter.-of"th.: .
W',' will appear In the newspapers coincldentally. her engines were sternward and not'! it; but he would wait until full dark When the old mudhook (and some Black Hundred; and Vroon occasionally i to a pfMcripdoM prepared especially'

or ai soon after the ..p.I midship. She carried two masts anc ness had fallen over the sea and the i d.y Steve was going',to buy it and dropped in, for he often picked : lor MALARIA or .* FEVERs
I ft pearance With of the the last pictures two reels as practical will a half a dozen hoist booms, and the lookout would be compelled to keep hang !it over the entrance of the Gil- up a valuable bit of maritime news., Five or six does : say catheadIf

b. shown the pictures of the wln- only visible sign of anything new or. his eyes off the deck. The boys wanted son house) slithered down into the Dunkers was an old friend of' the:' taka the M toile tile Paver VUJ slot ,
nerrhli or her home, and other Intereetlnff This was new I of the Steve barkeeper and he proceeded to pour ..... .
features. It Is understood her was her bowsprit him to play cards. smiling waters bay concluded ... Il act oa the liver better, thaa
that the so far* doubtless because she had- poked her '"Not for me. Busted. How long that discretion was, the better and guxrfe( down'his); throat a verypool. I' Calomel sad does not gripe..... 2Se :1hb0.OM00PON0p
I ae practical In n."paper.the last nose too far into her last slip. d' y' think $40 11 last in New York, part of valor. He would steal ashoreon substitute for whiskey. Hebe {

two MoOrath.chapters will of the also story how by a Harold pictare - Her crew was orderly and tractable: anyhow And he stalked out of the the quarantine tug which lay came communicative.. He bragged.He .

!"' of the successful contestant. There were shore drunks, to be sure forecastle and went down into the alongside. He was willing to fight, knew where there was a mlllioD'1 '
: Solutions to the mystery must because they were sailors; but they waist to enjoy his evening pipe, all under ordinary-circumstances, but he and all he needed was a
"J Here not be are more some than questions 100 words to Ion be ST. were a peaceful lot withal. At this the while keeping his weather eye forward must get his treasure in safety first diving bell. A year from now' he:
W lcept 1n mind In connection with moment they were at work. They at the ratty old pilot house. They,could call him a welcher If they 'would not be drinking cheap whiskey; FOR: -
''q, the mystery as an aid to a solution moved about briskly for they were on I It was 10 o'clock, land time when wanted to; devil a bit did he care. So he'd be steering a course up and down '

v i" ;.. Na." : 1-What .......... ef theMlllleaelret the point of sailing for the Bahamas he rammed his cutty into a pocketand he pried back the boards of his bunk Broadway and buying wine when he.
. ,; perhaps for more onions. Presentlythe resolutely walked forward. If I wall, took put the box, eyed it fondly, was thirsty. He was no miser. But '
Net $Want fceeeaiee ef the windlass creaked and shrilled and: anyone watched him now they would and noted for the first time the lettering he had to have a diving bell; and SALE .

, ., .t..tree!N.leaf .... Fl.".... the blobby links, much In need of ta'. think he was only looking down the on It: where the blue devil could he get one ,
, r saarrrrWe. paint red as fish gills, clattered down 1 cutwater. The thought of money and STANLEY HARGREAVE. with $12 and an Ingersoll. watch in
4.-Wb.t beer ee ., the Raa- into the bow. Sometimes they p.lntedthe < the pleasures it will buy makes cunning He wrinkled his brow. in an effort his pocket! ' i

....Nobody. -.'-connected, either directly : chain as it came over; but pain) of dolts; and Steve to recall a pirate by that n.mel. but From his table Vroon made a sign House of;: 15 rooms elegant 1I

r ". or Indirectly with The Million was costly and this was done only was ordinarily a dolt. But tonight Ma was unsuccessful. JIe hugged the bounder ><: which the bartender understood. Then Ijr' :furnished, located 'on.": 4 ,
Dollar Mystery wll be considered when the anchor threatened to stay brain was keen enough, for all pur- his coat and made for the gangway he rose and approached Dunkers. ,
j: as a contestant. on the bottom. poses. It was a hazardous job letting and Inadvertently ran Into his "I own a pretty !good diving apparatus. rood street,.in sight of depot ''

J There was a sailor among this I the box off the fluke without enemy. ." he said. "If you've got the ; one' ,block from thftln '

.TITOPSIS OF1 PREVIOUS CHAPXttRS crew, and he went by the name of it slip back into the sea. Steve however Dunkers caught a bit of the box goods 111 take a chance on a fifty. \ street of the '
Stanley tiara-reeve .....1_.._ after Steve Blossom; and he was one of hi accomplished the feat, climbed peeping out from under the coat fifty basis." Vroon did not believe < one of 1

;;, .tl.rlr.esles.: _... frmsi the ... ., the kind. A grim dime novel protruded back on the rail and sat down wait- "What 'a' yuh got there T" ha demanded there was anything,_back of this-talk: best cities.,tnJFloridsu Forparticulars
j" ' in aek H........ llvea thtevea the kaewa life .,aa a the re.felaaa rakishly from his hip pocket, and his Ing. A quarter of an hour passed. truculently. but it always paid to dig deep enoughto : : : 1',
: STar .....t_. ,,_reo lf.ra. .e.v. right cheek was swollen as with the No one had seen him. With his coat "None o'. your damn business! You find out. Have a drink; and Bill! ' II
..a eight ..t... a Breadwar ...t... toothache due probablYi to a generous securely wrapped about his preciousfind lame by; .hear met" give us a real whiskey and none or
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?< seat abo-.and..Ba there leaden BIraI ea f.... t. fare with "chaw" of for He wa he made for the forecastle. His "Ain t none o' my business huh your soap-lye. Now, let's hear your Ask iy

.,'., t ; After tae _tl.. ...... wkJeh a real tobacco chewer be rarely mates save those who were doing Where'd ynh git a ,box like thatT yarn." l

",.' either. .Hera-reave aaaa appareatlr harries reees-atsea ta his __the_ spat. He was as peaceful as a backwater -. their watch were all in their bunks. Steal ItT By crlpes I'm goin' t' have VI don't know. )'Ob," said Dankers Mrs. Summers ,

, \ father Nest 81........ heasa aad lays (ilaaawee bay in mummer; nonaJ'gumen.tatiye' An 'oil lamp dimly illuminated the ar\4oe>k.t'' that box,my hearty. IIdon't with drunken caution. "Hew -is it, .. ,
t I: saaktasr hie aaeap fraas the aaary. and palslv.-h. stood his watch forward partition.. Steve'a bunk was small like honest onions."" -- .Bill Tit turning to the bartender .. 608 Ptaseid'street: Ule;: ,

heal. He la writes Mew Jersey a the..eitchterayeara arirle'ex in fair weather and foul. almost in darkness. Very deftly he "You lemme his!" breathed Steve, "He's the goods, Jim.' You've beard.. View Cottage). South Kissinv ,,'
i So fcafeve: he had aayaterleaaly. left No'one gave the anchor anymore rolled back the' bedding and secreted with murder in ..heart of.Wyant'A: Co.'". : '. : : '
.. t ._..... Usfcafcy. .....t_, after it to pest. The and then *' ,rote*, .
a the >> attention came the box: tinder hi. pillows, Suddenly the'two 'men closed, surged < "Sure,' 1'.."heard o them.. Beat .. .. .
I srieraare Oray. .Re ales aaya a vtalte city over the way was'' fairylike himself out with the pretense >is." "
the haasrar ef a eteradevil avlatar. gwat stretched back and,forth ctne determined to divin' apparatus they - -
-...-- ... -....... .. hla bed earheaae in its haziness and .transparity pf snoazing till the .boll/called take and the other to hold,this mysterious "Well this gent Mr. Brooks
_.. Ssrtaesve's at might hat It the of angles of shaft .. for Co., ]
was poetry him to- duty. box. Dunkers general manager Wyant ft. ) I
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_mm_they.. aee eater a ..11_. leave the vaaf.Tbw and spars of stone; :and Steve* Blossom He wss rich;" and the' momentman a uphold his ,word: .not that he really can' O. K. him.", < '

safe la f_. ... erpty.tbe1111... having a moment to himself, has money he has troubles; there wanted the box but, to prove that he Vroon .threw an apreolative glanceat LetJMeFixUpYourPlace
,i which H.-... was keewa, te havera leaned against the.rail and stared reirretfully. It always some one who wants, to to It .if h the bartender. He wus" not affiliated .
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... e.aed eke ..11_. bad bees p.setared (He had been generously take it Sway" from vou. ,His bunkwag'om : wanted 'to. The name, on the box with the Black Hundred but he thiiSummer :
..* drepp.d ',t."- tha betjoaa '.,' I drunk the,night before* and it 'wee a the port, side, 'eFl tee arrives- tree 'the '...1.' 'pleasant recollection. Chance led.his 'plenty of, hiding space between the kind'of shock to him. Ha and Blossom fairs. > , ' ;., ,,''

_._1., PrI._ ,01... Bralaa>...__ glance'to trail'down the cutwa r. Iron plates and the wooden partition.He went battering against the rail "All right, if yuKssy so, Bill.,Well, .
i s>....., vtalta aad elalaee ta ha a relative. His neck stretched from his collar likea intended to loosen three or four Dunkers' grip slipped and so did Bios.som's. ber.', th 7al'll., .

v, their. gist Twa la besraa failed dateetlvea hy 1II.rt_call a ...hat.... turtle's from its shell. planks and then when the time came The result was that.the box And whenhe, had ;done,. -Vroon .- tam
paper rare "Well 111 be hornswoggted! be slip the box behind them. Some time was catapulted into the a... With an smoked quietly without ;-
By hrlhlaer the eaatala. af the OrieatNertaa murmured shifting his cud from starboard during the morning the forecastle agonizing cry Blossom leaned far "Don't yuh believe it I'* demanded I prepared' ,to:.conrertanjr ,
Bralae aad his
.. laya a trap far .
would be .
.araaa-- PrI._ Ula-a alee vlntts the to port. would be empty and then over. Ha saw the box oscillate for a Dunkers. trucultnely..
F i 4>rieataeaptala aad .... .ea ,. falls Caught on the fluke of the anchor his time. moment, then sink gracefully In a "But 600 feet of water, .in a \coral 1 area of.I. land I within .

i; late the ahartlva.reporter's tareaah..,,Bralae's. The good 10'.. was the strangest looking box he But he suffered the agonies of damnation zigzag course, down through the blue bottom;/ and no 'way of telling. Just reasonable distance"of Kiunmee '

ftravaa larlb-aad aaly hlrellaas fall late the had ever laid his1 eyes on. There was during his four hours watch. waters. Fainter and fainter it grew' where it fell overboard. That's. a > f

' t+. ..... af the ..11... leather and steel bands and diamond- Supposing some fool should go rummaging and at last vanished tough proposition.- no matter', l how
After falllasr... la their ant .tt..... shaped ivory and mother of pearl and about his bunk and discoverthe 'I'm Steve but wouldn'tlet "0, it is, is it? I'm a sailor, I can -
Plereaec. They ynh
t '* 'askBberktor. r.eytrap. ..t aha escape.t it hung jauntily on the point of the box? Suppose ?. But he me look sorry at it," said Dunkers con lay my hand right over th' spot. Do rough or neglected, i o..a'
fM again alllasr thesa.i rusty fluke. Anybody would be horn dared not suppose. There was nothIng rub. think I'dbe fool enough to hunt Asti
!W.".. aid the ....t._ call .. rleraee droll but wait. If he created anycuriosity tritely. For' it without perfect '" Dun. productive and remungr&a't A'
> rha ..,.t day aaea .." safe a< swoggled to glimpse such a jelltof to do "Damn you; I'm goin' t' kill 7' for a range ,
t:" '1'.. vlsltara .....1..; ..... ".... fate. On the fluke of the old mud- : upon the part of his mates that!" leers tapped his coat pocket suggestively. UT condition. .,
'6" ;31. -t, _..Y" a _... af ._rl... sad f real. hook by a. hair, you might say. In he was lost. lie would have to-divide .
It became real this time
>eavlty t..... a hex. _..... hysaesibera downto a fight ___ .., ,
'1 a the captain knew that the thinglie 'i
had all And Vroon one
he ever with them -
r II ., the Blaek II...... he all the wild sea yarn. let and.foot, tooth and nail; one madwith .
4 Crashes te the water frost aad ...-..... read or heard there was nothing to the cook's boy. It was a heartrending the lust to kill and the other wanted was there a plan or drawing
1' .a drepplar. the hex lata the -... match this. thought. From being the most intent living It of the' range. So there was an- Estimate and Plan ,,;. -
desperately was
. on
\ Bralae aeaeelves the Idea ef srl leaaehiasr aboard he became that and
.... TreaeurelAnd 1 open and frank man in ther man shanghaied night
s a Party ta which F. I., one of those contests which honor
: ",.Tlt... ".... aad Nartea. both aefh Steve was destined never to be the most cunning. From being ind fair play have no part. But for Ills destination was Cape Town, twen F. Furnished
.. ... fortu..tely ....... t. enemies he sawan the calendar.
.. are His first was without days' voyage by kAll.
' .. ... . passive again. Impulse a man the tinvtly arrival of the captain and ty-two
r....... treat ... .. hU his shadow. carried his information to
J.,Yhe _..r.r haaee .. which abe I.'. to; call his companions; second enemy even in iome of the crew bunkers would haveicon Vroon '
;.red. impulse was to say nothing at all," and At 4 o'clock he turned in and slept badly Injured perhaps fatally. he: organization that'same night W. Law

I, fiareaee .... hfareebark rlelesr aadJb .. walt for an opportunity to get the ike a log. They hauled back 'Blossom roaring They would start the expedition at ., ,
I mptared hy omt of Hralae'a maleac ... box to his bunk without being detected. In the morning he' found his op- once. and till this was accomplished
the readelde. IMertea rearaes hi rat his oaths at the top of his lungs.It 'M-U' '
,Taer' are .......... ......._.. med the Treasure! Diamonds and rubies portunity. For half an hour the fore- took half an hour's arguing to calm [largreave's daughter was to'.be imj Tfc.Dtr.J.per1 BloosraFsnu. .
d pair .... their eaaiplete eeeape aalyafter and and old Spanish gold; all of all save himself nuke from attacks. Besides it would .
... eapladede a tire .. pearls .rastle was empty lint down.. Then the captain. demanded -
.ter ;y. the fast Nartaa.aaarvaehlaa. -....... with e lang-ing to the fluke of the anchor. Feverishly he pried back the boards. to know what it wassail'about.A.hd rive Hergreave (wherever he was)
.w'' h.Ile4 "Homswoggled!I" in a kind of awe- 'found the brace beam and gently hid blubbering Steve told him. and the others the idea that the Black Bei4; .
peeler Olga.. acheealu ezlsilasr ta ... 10m whisper this time. "An' we' a- t)he box there. It was a mighty curlus "Six hundred feet of water if I've Hundred had concluded to give up the KiMtimmee Fla.

r. ;, ''F.eKSteresl...... H.<..a."w..... Bad Nartaa. !.. teadm' for th' Bahamas! For under > looking box. Once he had stoked rot my reckoning right. The anchor ch.... ,
)0 '.at_ She. bath t. her apartaieate aadreteade lia feet he could hear the rythm of) ip the Chinese coast from the Phil- lies in sixty- feet but the starboard
,-..1"\".\ \\If .. t. .falat .. the..reparter daarway a.lest- the engines. "Whatll I do 7 If I ppines, and he judged it to be Chi- Ida drops sheer six hundred. You

.. :/Jit "! '.1"t.",t the ...1..._ ....... ... aa a reaaltadvea save it, some one elsell see It." He ies. in origin. He tried to pry open iwab Why didn't you bring the box I
s, ..... hark his rlear.Aerampllree irratched his chin perplexedly and his thereasurs Stomach Sufferer Gains"
11' 'J;' 111. af Bralae ..-. la kldaapelaa starboard. he cover and feast eyes upon to me? A man has a right to what Tampa
I i he cud went back to "I 1 but under the leather and
; riarraea, ....... aha I. ahepplacaad : ; he finds I'd have taken care of it
.dbr, { harrr her a ) ',,eel.-.. wlreleaa later l.f''. .* hiss took off his coat and carefully lervious steel. It would take an ax, or :flow: you were creed; you thought r!
', that the girl had leaped late the aeaaad rapped it down over mysterious rowbar to. stir that lid. He .I&hed.a. 1 might want to stick my fist intolYGur. ?

....he.....a.'.drewaed.... picked .. .. la a dared eaadltlaa >ox. It was growing darker and a. replaced the boards and became -treasure. And yOu'll never find WeighIAf1er Wonderful Remedy't
"' 'it''\ by'. party. .f tI.......... TheBlark darker all the time and shortly net to all appearances' his stolid self 600 feet of water and tangled, I t

*. Haadred legate her sad Bralae.alesralaed her coat nor anchor would be visible .gain.. porous coral. 'That's what you get for '
aaceeede 4
as her father rithout close scrutiny. Treasure: all the down to the Bahamas being blamed Hog. As for '
a yon.
her beck .. see with aim.VlsWVBevavta way Thousands '
; are te th* heat aad Iswe'aeaed Teed cupidity, crime. Steve saw he was moody and when he and the,cautaln turned to Dunkers. Alex George Defeats D7.pepsia'Af1erSufaiag8t..ach picaL a have taken M.) r'such
.r ".'" ...ihlrh b Nertea has only the treasurer and) not its camp answered any question. It was with "get.your dunnage and your pay and III* '" Wonderful. Stomach Remedy with Just

..... . safely ab.rowd ollowers. What did they call them- words spoken testily and jerkily."I hunt for another boat back. I won't for YearsvAlex ..wonderful, result It is knownall t
:, iKartea.aad-Klanraee .".traTa'farheiae. doubloons know whut's th' matter," said have 'no' murder on board 'Captain I over ,the .country because 'of its

l 1'J .tag rJtweel'thJJal'take the ... ate his supper with his'mess- Dunkers. "He's in Jo..." Manners And the sooner you go, the George of 404 Hampton .y"l merit. Remedy"p t
'1'.. trala la wrecked walt Fla. of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach
: Tampa
mouth better."" nue, ;
and he ate heartily as, usual. "Shut
., the Blark Haadred4arry nates your
3 M ,.. the.hers fajarvd. FMI'e.t.' .. a deserted ., n. would, have taken something more "Didn't I tell yuhl"laughed the :1'11: goL..ll'bid Dunkers, readily feringwith .Indigestion andot J clears ,the digestive t tract,;of mueold > .i
'.....,' N.rt... wae trlaa ta reapaa Ital than treasure to '..disturbIteve .tantalizer dancing toward the como enough.; fed the misfortune happened stomach ills, took a .dose of liayr'r accretions and''removes poisonous I
........ mere
*i -heK Sen tied ,.-tar tha rallraad "Steve's In lover he -to., him and' had Blossom been the Wonderful .Stomach: Remedy ."just to matter. nit ,brings swift.relief to sufferers "
: esl... hlat ... ...n., "..- Blossom's appetite. .He was on.ot. anionway. .. from '
: stomach, liver bowel
.,I __ 't.: t..f., soh. "those :;:en viable individuals whose didn't &'it' drunk enough on shore t'. aggressor. o'he would want hla life. try it. find ... ,}
1 '' pagination and gastric juices work at satisfy his whale's bell?." I He understood. Like ,the valet. in He got swift reU.I'and in a short troubles. Many ;insist that It has: ',, Pi

t'(Copyrightlill4iBrItarold;, -Mtiotirath) the same time.) And while. .he. ate h* -A-boot thundered spitefully against 'Oliwttep.1.-was the time for disappearing. time found himself gaining. *weight aavedythera, from, dangerous' j; operations .' '
1&," ' '' 1 -' .'' V , err a letter, he wrote:,. and man.are sure it has saved
-CkAlPTEB XH ..... lanned." In the first place ho.would the door jamb.v-.. 1'- , treatmentaft their., lives "' -
: bfi home at Bedford: then h4I would .You' fellahs let me 'sioner'. I'll' *'"A1t keep out o' my.way.'H getyr'yetw "I.tooli:. your sample ..
I If plesae; buy a ; '
i .1:1: :'A: Dips en..lIl"JerM7I.and- hanty. yon tarry cap., take over the Giison')Loa e)'and 'live ash In 'a couple ok heads!I". ':;*. ' jrO. growled.Bloa om..' 'f -- ter suffering years with various We want"all, people who have ehroastomaeh -. '

itrohg.tobaccoand ike a lord. Jf be wanted a drink alls .' ynh rUh will ,yah'txf.d Keep your 'mouth shut,", said ,i the stomach troubles, pains.and heaviness Ie trouble or constipation, ,r
yoIUng-gaits x
; cutters.;andIftc would hay to do would be> tat tarn from the deck.: "If ynh want mate, "or I'll have you put ,;JQ.irons, after .eating gas on the stomach, sour no matter-of how long standing., totry.on. ti

n8, profant7Lof'schooners and tramps, te spigot of tip:'a--bottle aad toon I.little: exercise, ynh can bel'L! on me, you giN.! , stomach and all the forms..( dyspep dose- of Me"w' : aI.
se' some, of them hon- ban that;.'be'd: have. a bartender todca ; ."AU /ight, sir. ,'r,>,-. said. an ,I'm sia." 'The'first treatment relieved me Stomach\ Remedy one dole'willI>>..-' 4

d rras.. and of team them,:shady, and some of iC:>'OnionsU Hd : "re'be.; =would t mat-er' PInUt7' t'day";" and ''"Blossom and :.I sent for three bottles'more.: "nee you ; This1: ls.the .'medicine..;1 vtnanyol
: some Now t feel so free from jay old eoav : oar people have bees taking \if
this :
1 Brat water who ofr-hav an mien 'wtUain''niUe'ot 'rttb &'it grouch T WfcutVa( ,w* \ ,-- i:
the '
of '
I2 pirate* :'-.foftikgitt Ut'-G1hl; >>a-1a .r"PnJonsr"'QtflU: ;Jooet'jyuhT: ,Haht"'. M "WhatVwM' the box like"sokedthe !! plaints I hardly know how to express with:surprising. results. Tbe'::fine4't; 'fl.: ;
CAnQtcmeeeasary'td'hotaC wiflfottkeo .
& bones. ,Tb-.t.ete are IInCDll seioulljr'hl;; spok* this 'word /. out .' my .. that'd alL. captain ,of Dunkers." "';:., my. gratitude.I! can'eat; anything I thorough a*item diner we ever so *
find J ant ," -sir 'leswke want and have gained flesh. and ,Mayra Weaeferfnl"Stomach lt '
: loaiv-! : ] l' M ]I.I mindin'my watches, doa't ask CI MH eontrartl$ ,: ; > f' .
,rritT1teyremin& .: "'don'tUk.{ look itrensrth." .'.,. ; :,; 1* .....'soU here by. J. z.
merchant,"runIr'at""theheel. Hnhr Well if: ,. 0 ,'no i odds of you duffers. What 'If. I; (It looked that way to ..... DMnt ; ; ..
be once prosperous Yl t I I.H i*' .., aat W.been !la tiy'.wabr' long;, sir.; ,TaTTletter from Mr.:;Gerg.abi'ty- and tfroggieta, everywhare.i 0'
wa. slinks 'alone Ion., find..a er that,packs' ; t.r..6-:-girouelir! ;, .., say, .year, ,' ',J..., ''S' ' "
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"'A6E"t1," ; !" -- ..... THE KISSIMMEE ALLEY- : CA2ETTI- ... FRIDAY, OCTO9ER'R11Kr, ,,

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NEwabsBIAN'[ ARMY How To Cv ,QalaIN' To'''caJloroaif: .. ",.

BOTH LINES HOLDING IN GREAT OF ONE MILLION. MEN !pa1L1 wll.lbe tnUU.ark earl, sizes*.tea. "
Notes ,
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, }J Society eet& London here to take' a..s 4e.0 act dMtsr.IIN .....". '
; Oct. 1.-New reached CblJ4ft.take II sae aeeer a s It I. 011. "tytLiwi.p.e '
T that within a week a new Russian sally ...apte4 to esral, ''t,f'
_ WAR ANTWERP UNDER FIRE army,.t'million\ strong, will Join the Uk...., Dolu...5 ota.see.qpae ttehU& Try' ,, da
-V ;' ; (HaUl.. Be11eHarrls; Editor) ; present armies in Poland and Gallcla C The i .. aced Oal.tee rot ..y cm"Ki Trie ", r
'" for the Russian principal attack on PHJSUUNKtVbtowB'o7o;.c.. cH,i ll'iofoSl"3p! ....

fi Rqust b .a4.'I. all patron'of the Yiller Gazette t. seed ite.s OOOOOO.OOO.O.OOOOO.tO -which now seem omnipresent 'On' Germany, swne .

i .1 s.ciety'eventt Je the Editor for pablicalie.1.. t1tese.celam.J .. 4 "CIIRISTMAS IN BERLIN. O of consternation; the,. unwelcome visitors created .. .
I yesterday at Blalystok,

x :. , . -. , . _ _ . .- . . .: . . . . _ _ _ _..... I <4' Rome Sept.-.. 30.. via Paris.- *4 to the. southwest of .Grodno, soma
4 IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBaptist I. . ,. . . . . . I . . I I sixty mile inside the Russian fron
t "Cheer : we'll spend Christmas ii
tier. Thisdirigible .
was Stanford's
apparently StanforcJ'sl
f' 'JadlHto Meet. 4> in Berhn'I Ja 1 'the encouragement more fortunate in getting away than I
z.rh.. Ladies' Aid of the Baptist' Gen. Rennankampf has offered was her,sister ahip, which was shot
MondayOctober to his men, accordingto a report down in the.,neighborhood of Warsaw
6, from 2:80: to 5 P. M. WomairsWorld\ <> from Russian headquarter The 4> the day beforGERM'ANS;
.All member. are requested to be present <. general proffered! this word of *
.,,' < cheer for the purpose of helping 4>*
sir Ladirt 4.> his officers anud soldier stand Hem r I Every Department Has

j Aid. <. fast during the discomforts and __ _
Daughter of the Lt MarshallField +
.- The Ladies Aid Society of the First I. sufferings of war. r,
Christian church will meet at the I Equip British Hospital Ship. 4 00 ATTACK ON ANTWERP
t I home of Mrs. T. J. Van Duzer ) I 1 tO Ooo ooooOOOOOOI
"p -South Beaumont street Tuesday of-I I For
I Paris, France, Oct. 2. Germans Prepared Lavishly
( ternoon at 3:30: I Oct.
} London, 2.-,..An official communication
-0-- II. continue (he fierce attack in the angle
'k A. W. L. to Meet. I. t formed by the rivers Oine and Alsne ; at Antwerp .Y"
'I The American Woman's League will In the direction of Tracjr-le-Monl, Just I In'Ortht'a.t "The German artillery during the
'k.,i'- House 4L of the of the day continued the bombardment of
: meet at the Chapter Monday 1.S forest Aigue.which
IS 'i i '( at 2:30. A full attendance is desired. I has-already been the scene of a the first line.of forts on the south. Our Enormous Fall'Business
works suffered little and still
: Mrs. W. S. J. Carr, president; Mr*. success on the part of the.. allies. Here we are
to'make effective resist-
in condition
( W. L. Winn secretary. I he French linea have thus far held .,
"**. ,* r, solidly. Attempts made to break them ance. '...
"&twe.en'the Seine river and ReeTh
4 TruTMeetinir. I Y
; W. C. ti 3 hue been futile. The contest has
As! the W. C. T. U. did not meet on been singularly desperate but the allies no movement of the enemy's. infantry Our new line of fall merchandise is now here end we are preparetFto
tht day appointed last week, it will hal occurred In the circle from the '
ll" by daring counter maneuvers G
meet on Friday, October 9, in the ; tare checked the bold attempts of Scheldt to the Seine daring and violent satisfy your wants, whether it's Silks. Dress'Goods, Trimmings, Hats ,' "
-;' Chapter House, at 3:30: o'clock.] All German attacks have been repelled by
\. I heir adversaries.Paris the Belgians who were well supported Shoe or Outergarments I for men, women) or children. All the new '
:'ti members are requested to be present ,:
'w<" ; Mrs J. McPhatter, recording secre- Sept.r 30.-According to the by were their proportionate artillery. The to the German temerity losses of goods embody the latest styles.and are of a quality unsurpassed. Our ... '

w a tary. --P-- r official bulletin on the war given out their attack stock is large and our assortments are not equalled in any other Kis
4 Local l U. D. C. Chapter Ha Meeting x' ,4 In Paris this afternoon, the turning- "In the direction of Termonde the
A r4 \Vedne day.i j;i ,. movement of the allies north of the ]offensive movement was of no great simmee store. Come and see.WOMENS' .
..y it i There will be a meeting of the d Somme is developing rapidly. A i importance, consisting of a long distance -
*.-, Will Bryan Chapter U. D. C. at theo German attack on Tracy-le-Mont] has cannonade, which had no appre
1: rrChaptr House next Wednesday at 4 been repulsed] with heavy losses. I ciable effect on the-detachments! of our
1 Yt! P. M. A full attendance is desired troops guarding the approaches to'the NEW FALL SHOESOUR
"I a- plans for the state convention LADY DAVID BZ4'rrr.Lady Berlin Sept. 30, via London.-A report I town. Between the rivers Dendre and
which meets here the first week in David Beatty, wife of the given out at army headquarters, Scheldt there is ,no notable change. NEW STOCK OF
November, will be discussed.! British read admiral whose fleet was today says:
I in the recent fight with the Germans "There has been general fightingon
# i In Honor Miss Wilson. : off Helgoland] has equipped her yacht, our right wing in France, but nothIng I CHINA MAY BECOME
Queen Quality
Misses Mildred and Vivian Lee and i Sheelah as a hospital ship! and-offered' ; decisive. The center is .quiet.
their house truest. Miss Lee Wilsonof i it for use to the English government.She The French advances in the vicinity S
Bartow, Messrs. Edgar Katz and herself will accompany the shipto Verdun and Toul have been'renewed." i INVOLVED I IN WAR
4 Eugene Bryan and Mr. and Mrs. How- whatever base the admiralty] ap A dispatch to Reuter's Telegram SHOES ARE NOW HERE. r, '.
; I and Katz were members! of a party points for it. Company from- Berlin, coming by way --
t motoring to St. Cloud Wednesday, Lady Beatty was formerly Miss of Amsterdam, says that the head- Weihsien, Shantung, China.-Chin Ta* QUEEN QUALITY i is the best woman' shoes made. It i b designed .
where they spent the day. They enjoyed Ethel Marshall Field only daughter quarters of the German general staff blew and destroyed
ese troops today up specially for women wk. ar particular cheat dress. These
lake after which
a plunge] in the of the Chicago millionaire dry goods made the following official statement the railroad bridge at Tayuho -
''4 '. a picnic lunch was served on the merchant. Before she was out of her last night: i six miles west of here. shoes posses quality ,style ease and comfort Queen Quality shoe

i. > beach. teens she married Arthur Tree of London "On our right wing in France indecisive t: The sound of the explosion could] be com in all leathers and in aD sizes, in pumps, oxfords and in the verymarl
'' -00Shakespeare- : The Trees separated and in 1901 battles have occurred. Betweenthe I heard in this city. -
ra +J Club. she married Captain David Beatty, Oise and the Meuse it is gener- and dressy fabric tops. -
:The members! of the Shakespeare known as the handsomest officer in ally quiet. The army operating The above dispatch is the first indication -
4 dub were delightfully entertained by the British navy. against the forts on the Meuse was that the Chinese have Price .. from
Mr F. C. Bryan at her home on Sum- I troops ,r
i Admiral repulsed.'
Beatty won promotion to I i taken any active part in opposing the
''ller street. A number of the club the rank of commander for gallant 1 "The French have made a new as- I military operations of the Japanese in
members are away at this time, so the service with the Nile boats in 1898. .ault .along the line from Verdun to Shantung province, in the latter* $2.50 to $4.50 n
meeting was small. Delicious refreshments He was made captain for services in I Toul. 'campaign against the Germans in the
: of tea and coffee were served. China in 1900 and reached flag rank 1 1I "Our siege artillery has opened fire leased territory of Kiaochow.
The ladies presentwere Mrs W. L. at the age of thirty-nine. He wasgiven ; on the forts of Antwerp. The assault i To facilitate this campaign the
;, Winn, Miss Elizabeth Aultn>lan and I the rank of rear admiral in' of the Belgian forces against the attack i Japanese landed in Chinese territory.
Mr. Bryan. They will meet :with I 1910. line has been repulsed."In { At this China protested, but the pro- H. C. STANFORD GO.
..Mrs. Bryan again next Tuesday.New the eastern theater of the war J I 1 test was ignored
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BOHEMIAN OUTLINE. the Russian assaults in the Govern. :
Social Club. ment of Suwalki] failed. Heavy artillery -
Anew social club is being formed Bohemian outlining in fancy workis yesterday began a bombardment! BRITISH CRUISER CAPTURES
among resident: of Kissimmee for the nothing more or less than the use against the fort of Ossonrence." I TEN GERMAN MERCHANTMEN I
purpose of adding gaiety to the winter of the threaded run stitch. Two 1 I .
and to provide entertainment threads which either be r F
,eeaaon' are used may I
,f or visitor iiK oux.toidsU ,. of contrasting color or two shades of London, England, Sept. 29.-The LondonOct.. l.--The Admiralty
battle of the British cruiserCumberland
1 J. not eighteenth day of the announces that the
r. 'While the organization one color. The line of the patternare

s't?, ''the cornet ha complete*..already of Broadway the.been Makinson and leased DaMn hall for avenue at a. neath one shade covered and taking a with)longer a a short one running on stitch top.stitch under-The of Aisne point result thus to, but an far approaching all has indications brought Hand-to-hand end no continueto of decisive the- West merchant Africa.ships. captured off Cameroon- ten. German river, Will You Invest lOc 1 for a i err errGREATFRI'j.

,club ronrn and the,work of re-decorat- other thread is .simply clipped .over Homeric struggle.raging with such fury !
ally; club fighting now
it it for
'sing lilting up pur- and under each stitch, producing a deride .
.'. rpose has' already begun. In a few rope effect! il bound, it is generally held to' "
-days the club will meet to elect, of. The stitch make. a decorative out. the issue. .
; I.fleerl.. I line and is Meanwhile the tog which the French c.W GRIFFIN
veer on crapes; .
., rr;'.";> About'forty member. have been en. voile, or: crepe de chine. . official report yesterday in announced the Woe- : f fr
Tolled to date.. ,Among these are mar- bad prevented operations ;
"" people, maids and bachelors.., vrer district, covers, metaphorically, Staple ,and,Fancy'GROCERIES
., JAPS LOST:- r1'50 MEN the remainder of the long battleline.
U. D. C.-&".ention. All that the public is permitted to : !
!" 'The state convention of the United know from the allied side is that so : ,
,t Daughter of. Confederacy, which IN KIACHOW BATTLE I far the British and French armies ..,' r
,meet. in Kissimme on Tuesday, November have held their grip on their positions -lor more tourists. i. '
8, will, be in session five days, and have consistently thrown back .
:and It i il expected that more than a Toklo.- -An official announcement the masses of. Germans who have been Free Delivery to all Partsof Afor : :jy.
1 the and incessantly hurled on more settlers.
hundred delegates, representing concerning events in Kiachow says: bravely] .
;thirty-fiv Florida chapters, will be "Japanese forces during the day them in an effort to break throughthe tbe City
'in attendance. The business meetings i and night of September 27 drove the human barrier.In -
' will all be held in the cQurt house. enemy in the direction of Tsing-Tao. Berlin it is asserted there has -for more investor
Included in that part of the programto "The Japanese casualties were 160. been no change in the situation and r
bet arranged by the hostess chapter The German losses are not known but the claim of the allies that the scales] ---- '
y 'are the details of the opening session fifty men and four machine guns were have turned slightly in their favor is oo-oooooo oooo 0 Ol> -for more capitalists.for .

q ,(n the evening of November 3. A captured.: This action, which was stoutly denied. .
welcome will, be extended the visitors The losses of the opposing armies T
speedier than was anticipated, has accelerated t
.aJ : :r.' to the city by Mayor May. by a rep- the general attack. in the last few days of the fierce GRAYS1UIrEI () helping the county and state. s
,' ) reaentative of the board of trade, by "The fleet has attacked the Iltis fort combat have been colossal. Even the .5
the local the Sons of Veterans official reports contain a gruesome
4 press effectively] aided by the army.
and by the Will Bryan chapter U. D. picture of thousands of dead and ui m nut U IdJ -for advertising and boosting

C. The local chapter is planning sev- SOCIALISTS MAKE BIG wounded lying in the fire swept :zone; New and second-hand aatomobllea Florida. 4 '
era] 'loclal events in connection with GAINS OVER LIBERALSIN Between the two armies and every ; for sal. from ISO to -j
i the. convention, chief of which will be SWEDISH ELECTION fresh assault is adding to the ghastly IS.OOO at Orariton Garaai -
a reception in honor of the delegates. litter.Gibes. Baaaar. A -for helping every ..u. womaar
Delegates will be entertained in Stockholm, Sweden.-Final resultsof no longer are heard at the > L W. TBORUM. Prl. L .. fOITtl. Upv [ and child in the stat*.
the homes of local U. T. C. members the. general election for members inactivity of the Zeppelin balloons
A I and their friends. The convention is of the Swedish parliament show that
p being looked forward to as one of the the Socialists have 57 seats, the Conservatives Of will. Arid here is how '
most interesting club events that will 86 and the Liberals 57. you
be held in Kissimmee this season. The Liberals lost 14 seats to the So- '
\ cialists. At the conclusion of the you can do it: Mail us lOc and three T

war it' I expected that a Socialist government '

t' 32,000, CANADIANS, will be formed.In names and .we'll mail three copies of

Russia bricks made of coal dust SUPERIOti SEyiVICECOURTFOUBSREALrIE.NT
Ir are used for paving the- oal-is-combined -
with ,treacle and rosin. .

St. Johns, N. B.-T. W ('rotheu1;
minister of !labor of the Dominion of

.I Canada,volunteer announced"have that gone 32,000 to Canadian the- '' S.11.BULLOCREAL K To YOUR Friends i in he North on

front a day or two\ ago."

k+ 'I Crothers a speech made before the the announcement Canadian- j ESTATE tYc

I .. . .. Oct. 1
tlon Trade here.and Labor C congress* e in convert- I i, %INSURANCE m%% %**%** % ** % ** [ Saving Newspaper Day, 17

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-,,-v l.Th.. foregoing brief dispatch is the .
,\ < *only announcement the Canadian cen I Examination Titles a Ye, it i I. very important that every ,l

''ti nor has permitted to go over the wire boy and girl be.. taught, to save money. To help the work along we will make a special effort to print .
the of the Canadian Specialty. v
S .'?J..f..ttd. regarding volunteer* for position more than a week._ I By starting an account with. the food'boost'number on that day and we want you to help,circulate its "hJ'1I

,; .,:.. joo' I Correspondence Solicited. 'Citizen Bank.of m. lmmee for your EVERY PAPER IN THE STATE i U going to urge it* readen to r :

,\ .on or daughter, you'belp' "them'acquire ....d. copy ef the "..0..* paper" to some distant Wen or relative o.n, I L

!' TOTAL GERMAN LOSS u the habit of making regulare;, "' ; ,,.,\.KlMinune* people mast get their share' of this pubEdtr. ',rf'

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<,""fta, Y, ''OCTOMR.a, lA1,,, .; ; .. ,..THE .KISSIMIIIEYALtET. ; .':GAZETTE ,, ,/ '; .. ; ,PACI 7.THE .

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lJf. KBS1MUEE VALLEY.QUOTE: Mli. ,VltylnU'TUler' l left',Thnr day I It.i CAL GIRLS AGREE'T- TO i BELL l ., ')aeob'Mill.a' (f'etnrn.dto, .;ht.;,;;home Captain'and Mr*.' D.'G.'Franc.i) .-' ,i. > returned, 'from

i(" '" .... i :(T l e phon .'.'11.) night for.'THlahassee,, where she ,win ', .FUMHPA,SOUVENIR. .DOLLARS in Onto last Saturday after a ten days Uumed. ho/ne yesterday' : from a trip to Atlanta, where, he went abootj three
;. : "' viritl* re'with'the faaily of 'Pais-a-GrHie week -to',place ,MrsJ: 'Hicks 'who
. enter' tW state woman's... college for, ) ,: hi, IOn Tampa at, Petersburg; ago ,.
; 'Published TerF.I'ricIa ,7 BTwra. } : M M/MflUr., Mr.jJ&ler expteasedhinrself ; baa been seriously W. in .
r' " the year. I :Mr*. Hazel >Steve'nsonV representing < ) 1 and other point on the west coast. quite a sanitariam. -
j't' ; HAJUUtJ. !Miss Marie the Florida State Commission, was in .as"highly pleased with:;,Kisslmmee The'' captain states they, had a most He state. thabJ' health,
.'j , . .O'Berry has returned Kilslmmeeth.; ofthe week and stated he' would return delightful outing,',."but' they ''found la now" improving and be nope.' to be
:! from Orlando, where she enjoyed a for: ,the',. .eal'rJP&rt: local in'November,;;to *pend, the, winter, nothing; on their Itinerary; make able to bring her horns in a abort time,'
: delightful visit .*. the guest- ,, of Mis peop1. tn; the ". Florida them displeased with .theii home blithe While tn Atlanta the doctor was'the'guest -*;;
r.irJ. ;i :Weather Report j; Blanch 3arne ;> building at-th' Panama-Pacific expoTaltion. Mri: Geraldine>\! % .Norton left Wed beautiful and thriving city.of KUaimmea. 'of his' daughter Mrs. J- M..,.

,' : Lost-Maltese / Cross 'Fraternity .' Mr... Stevenson I.traveling ncsdey for1'her home\ in 'North Caroline -i ., ._.. Wood,'and state that tee ,bad a tnoet''
Pin, set with pearl and rabies. Finder over''the state endeavoring to get theyoung after a week's visit in the city delightful. visit ;
''t:1 .. receive reward by returning to Was ,girls, in each community to Mrs Norton brought a number of people A. A. Abbott and 'fa mOT arrived Mr....and Mrs: J. M WUlson, Jr,
: , i Following are the dailyternperature ; Angie Makinsom"Mr. work-in a contest selling'th. Florida with her on\the trip ;'to Florida last'week'from Wayland, Mich.,. and returned home Wednesday from New
:1': .: ; ; : and precipitation u '' souvenir dollar to help raise 75,000, and through the Nelson Realty ,company -' -comfortably' located in their .win York City,, where they spent the son*.
: J'Ear) | I reported by 'the :Government ., Charles 'Penfield ,of: Jackson to erect and maintain a Florida build. told some of the>j>roperty in'. Kis ter home on Aoerhold street. 'Mr. Abbott mer. Mr. Willson states they h.da -.
t :- 1 itation'atKlaeimme.terrine ville, an honorary member of the local ing at the fair. Girls entering ;the shames and vicinity.' \ state that they:are here now to mOlt'.JIellcbtful outing'a part; of the' "
gun club, was< visiting In'"the'. 'cityone contest' have the 'chance of.winning Mr. ,and biro. John stay and while it will be necessary time having, been spent camping in the'
' Imn.bottom
:1':;4nh. I ; I e.ek""Bending* .
t I ;w )fu.dIn.RalnI Llttl''HIs.( Alva Faulkner'has: gone they.ell,the largest number of dollars Meacbsn of Texas, we/e in Kissimmee to.,look after his' interests he and Mr*. Willson have'' gained. in 'd :
I to Eagle Lake to attend school and In'their congressional district.At this week for the second .visit withina there this .will be their, ailrtheyearrounJ flesh and are feeling much better than,
? Fridays. I '
'- ,;; 71 1.10 .petld"the winter with her 'grand the board of trade "Monday month. They are prospective home- home! In future.! .st'(; ..;; t when they went away lie think the
,;. ::l' |,Saturday ,..._.84 66 mother, ,Mrs, Pike. meeting seekers and'after looking over the outlook for a good tourist ....on'for', ,
''f night, Mr. Stevenson related the Mrs. A. Westfall ,and daughter '
'/;, Sunday _..__85 68 state selected of Florida I* excvedinglyJbrighCi
"r. ,j J Magruder Jomer, who has been contest plan to'memben, ndal, d if a quarter Miss Alpha, who spent the.Iummer ;:
''1 !.t! ;" .. ,*,,Monday ._,.,_.83 71 working for some time In Mississippi, they would support it in. case., some'ofthe land .near .Kissimmee. months) at-Northville-,-Mich., have returned i More'than a hundred children gatW'
"J ,'j;*, I Tuesday ....._.:82 71 is spending a dew 'days in Kissimmee young women,of the city'agreed J. F. Winebrennerwho moved to to the city,much benefitted by eyed on the lawn of the chapter house "

;....' ,;. I J ; ;Wednesday _.._.81 69 f greeting old friend *o"sell the dollar.' The.board voted Orlando some month ago, from this the long ;rest in their native" utate. Wednesday' afternoon after, school: to
ji' ' ",-Thursday ...._.8t 64 give the plan its endorsement and. city spent a few d.YI'in Kissimmee They are, accompanied by Mrs. West participate hi a peanut grab" which,
4. Among the'Tampa people register i
r choral, W Lewis l
support. this .week looking around .with a view fall' son, wife and two Interesting Rey.- R. the evangelist, art'

.Hr.: :e'aoao. .....10.. II.......00 C ed D.I at E. Manhattan Sumner C. R. this Morrison.week were O. A. On'Tdasday following'Mrs.' Stevenson to.retarnng.hcre-.tolive.. While Mr;, children,who will reside permanently ranged for their'pleasure;" The 1.7.mfll' .
, met number of the prominent Winebrenner has nothing to say in Ki.simme.--JJri: :: Westfall has numerous ' .-union- t\1m .bed the. peanuts; '
..J err; . IIuluIuuIIuIuIIIuuIr' Rickey, and Rr F. -Smith, men-of a the city and- aroused considerable against Orlando; he thinks Klssimnrvee friends'rn and around Kissimmeewho Mr. Lewis lined the boy oq one side
.r Miss Irene Berke and her"brother, interest" for a Florida building thee pJeasantellt-place-In which to live will be pleased, to'learn. of 'stnd the girl opposite them and threw.

f THE LOCAL FIELD" i iI George. Berke, of Orlando, were'theguests These women have offered their that he has ever known. her return .'- ,---- .- ,' the. peanut! . .to them by..handsful.. ', zi
., i. of Misses. Rose O'Berry a'nd tad to any of the girls entering the
>.. :.---- - ._, Ruby Prevatt last Sunday. contest'and several of the local girls "

( \ I 111 M 111 M 11111111111E. .:.Mrs. R A.'Wiley, who has been visiting have agreed to try to sell. the-souvenir .
Mr. and Mtl.-W C Bass for dollars.. '
: : ev. .
: ,w Brokaw with
"fib Griffing ,
eral weeks, left Wednesday for her
.I Brothers the
tree people. /0tt1'
I home in Beaumont, Texas.1 '
y Mr. Clarence Vail and family of
Ask for Reed' label bread. Misses Una and Willie Garner of St. Arlington, Neb., arrived in the city '

., '. 'D. G. McKay i* in.Arkansa on a Cloud were visiting in the city: as !Thursday night to make. their home MILLINER Y OPENING .
business trip: the guests of Misses Mattle Belle and htre. Through Breaker and Barclay,
Lilian Harris last Saturday.W. Mr. Vail purchased an orange grove
d Mr. and Mrs.'Floyd Tyson spent near Shingle Creek, last May, and he '
Tuesday in ..Orlando.S. J. Odom of Arab!, Ga., returned will locate on that property. : '
home Sunday after a pleasant visit Tuesday Afteritoo1JOctober 6
C. Bass of Fort Myers was a recent with his cousin, A. D. Story, about Mr. M. Katz returned home several ; ,
;a visitor in the city. five miles ;;east of this city. days ago from the east, where he wenton
I business and plea.uretrip.. Whilein
i, 'T." S. Anderson of Live Oak, visitedIn H. H. Coffee, erepresenting the a Baltimore, Mr.* Katz was enter- "

Kissimmee Tuesday. I Western Union Newspaper union, tained by relatives and report,'a fine
,fir Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. with headquarters in Atlanta this was a time. In New York he. w.s' buying OU are cordially; invited lo come, and, ee..the.b.eauii.lL: ; ;
Osceola Lumber &: Furniture Ce. 29-tf caller at the Gazette office week. winter goods for the Katz store. .. :
r display of newest and most attractive shapes andsmartesttrimmings ,
n Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston visited Reed's Bakery, J. H. Reed, proprietor While in the north this summer C. --
5, Orlando Thursday.A. shipped 500 loaves of bread to W. Ward purchased: a cycle cacJVhich
Ocoee Thurs'day. The bread was or- arrivedlastweek and has been at- selected from the largest millinery houses in _the:
E. of St. Cloud
Drought was a dered for a big barbecue in that-city.
tracting a great deal of attention, -
"business visitor this week. Mrs. E. L Green left last'Friday for amongst the youngsters.This particularly west. 'The styles are varied and charming-, -large .hats, and

Mrs. Nannie Reese is enjoying an Tampa, where. sh* will spend a coupleof is thefirstycle car ever seen

extended visit in Georgia. weeks with relatives, and will then here decided and novelty.-its toylike appearance is" a > small ones, plain little tailor shapes and beautiful; dressy --N'

Reed's label is your guarantee! that go to Green Springs for a two weeks'stay. .

ti you get only quality bread. Clau'de Bratton, who came home models with the last word" in wings that have taken o.n'' '; '
from the east coast to recuperatefrom "
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any ease Friends will be'glad to learn that
{ of Fever or Chili. Price, 25 cents. the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. an accident received while manipulating and slender
most fanciful shapes. Long ;they in
W. A. Joiner seems to be improvingafter a gasoline launch, returnedto .come paint? ti
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. O'Berry visited his work last Monday. He was
a serious illness 'of nine
+ friends in St. Cloud Thursday. weeks. very accompanied by his brother James, and are often combined with a soft wide fringe band:of '
who will engage in some business on .
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck was in St. Miss Charlotte Petrie opened her the coast. '
Cloud for a few hours Thursday.C. kindergarten at the corner: of Emmett ostrich or 'hackle. 4}
Rev. S. W. Lawler represented Kis
street and Clyde on' Thursdayof
N. Carnes of St. Cloud was a
simmee at the citrus seminar held at
this week. Sixteen children 'are
business visitor here on'Thursday.
Gainesville last w ek. Rev. Lawler
Jockey caps, for automobile and enrolled. had the misfortune to lose his entire 'Come and See Them Next Tuesday Afternoon-
O. A. Lawrence, a former residentof :
street wear. Bon Ton Hat Shop. five-acre grove in Dade county becauseof ,
Kissimmee, returned to the city citrus cankerand he is greatly interested -
%> Mrs. B. F. Lanier of LaniersvilleVas Sunday after some time spent in Quebec in the fight being made on ,n

r ,.:.;/ shopping in the city this week. Canada, where he was engaged the disease. MISS MATTIE BANDY >: :'

Mr*. M. Burns spent last Sunday in farming. ,

., I( in Tampa, the guest of her sister. W. W. Cross and wife of Nebraska, ---- -- i . :

,, Louis Bega of Jacksonville spent have arrived in the city to spend'the Broadway .
:.F | Tuesday and Wednesday in the city. winter. with Mr. and Mrs. Ira Weth- .
ti .. rbee.. Mrs. Cross is a sister of Mrs.. I "
I Prof. R. F. Webb spent Saturday Wetherbee. ..- ,': }oj
'and .Sunday in Tampa with his par- :: . ,
,entw: Mrs. L. U. Zimmemran has re- IF YOUWANIT' "
from New York and Pennsylvania,
l 1' } "Or cker": Jones of Lakeland wa in where she spent the summer'With relatives , .. ..
,town on business the early part of the and took a special course in r '

,week.: china painting ;

UI.Reed'sHomeBakery: Bread.A J. W. Miller left Wednesday .a nTT--T.-T'nN: '

;baek'velvet'sha brief visit'With his daughter Wa-
new line;of ) e
Hast received at the Bon Ton'Hat: tertown Fla. Mr. Miller' accompanied \ : .. . . .' ..,, , .,, '
; : who'will '( '1..1" .$ ,o:,. \, :: .'" . '-M :m" ,
.'fehop:. ; by his mother, spend 'f..: .. \ .< .
i; t- <;, /.f\K; ; '
.: some., .Watertown.; :LMrs. \; , j" t ; '
.y : \ \\f'\\f'1', .. ;. \ : .
: 1
visitors tbe'city.Tueei1 .
St Cloud+ in ': ,"!. ", , (\ '
'. .Miss Carlie .' Kenonformerly' Miss. Margarita .t.r. III ::<>, ; /81- :. 6tia, "
'day wece Mrs.;Booth.,and I KAT2Sa, / '
'!>>umett. Blackwell. has returned to her I .' ', " ," ;a ; : )" ." ."' ,
'J. home in South Carolina after a 'visit '" 'y ) ,.,,: J{', { .
j Mr. W.- A. Prawdy and .family, of with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Blackwellat : .. .-' 'r.
' Whittier, were visitors in the city Ashton, and friends here. Your little dime or nickel to feel likea ": '
: 'v
Thursday.L. Mr. Faulkner, who came to Kissim- full moon in your jeans, come to :' ,(
M. McLeon, of Narcoossee, was I mee earlier in the summer 'and deter- TAYLOR'S CITY GROCERY *ad Dry Goods and Clothing 'Come>

in the city Tuesday and Wednesday mined to locate here, has returned I learn what a ten-cent piece mesas.Fish ,
F on from Michigan with his family. Theyare \, ,

? Miss Bess Mosley spent the weekend located on Mabette street. Roe ____________________lOc
in Ashton as the guest of Mrs. J. Mrs. J. M. Taylor of Bartow, has "t
:k Lr'fi A. Blackwell. : been the guest of Miss Effie Lawson Glass Chipped Beef____----____15c: '
666 will break case this week. Miss Taylor is enroute A VISITin ;
B or 6 doses any f ri
' of Fever'O Chills. Price, 25 cent home from Tennessee, where she has Hydrogen Peroxide ____-r_______lOc .
been in a sanitarium for some time.
1 t Mrs. A. J. Holt continues to improve 20c Heini' Sweet Pickle*________ISc
in health since her returnfrom Mrs. L. W. Pilley expects to leave :

a Tampa hospital.W. l. the first of the week to join her Anger's Macaroni: ________>-----lOc ,
down Orlando daughter, Mamie, in St. Louis fore V --- order to be correctly informed as to the : .
D. Scott came from -
visit with relatives. Little Miss Pulley Premier Grated Pineapple ______15c: .
for visit with his family sev-
her mother home

,. ..".'eral days recently. Mr will F.accompany H. Lawson is expected home Fresh Oatmeal ___-___________lOc . best and newest\ wearing apparel for. the ,
Capt. and Mrs. B. E. Haley returned from Sunday, after being in
.! last week from a two weeks outing at the hospital Tampa there for several weeks. SkinlestFigs (preserved) ______ISc:
Hampton Springs. c be learn that Mr.Laweon's season.
will to
*i Friends
(Cinfsford's Corn Starch ________lOc
s ;d J. N. Whitney, a well known grower health is greatly improved .. '

and real estate man of Sanford, is in Mr. Guss Brack, a brother of Capt.W. Crystallized Ginger ____________ISc:
\ the city on business. ;J. Brack, of Narcoossee, and of t" '

'f Miss Lee Wilson of Bartow is the Mrs. A. C. Bass of Whittier, who has Mince Meat ________________--lOe
.1',i,' charming guest of Misses Vivian and been visiting relatives here for several Printzess Suits and Coats are 7
Mildred Lee this week. weeks, has returned to his home In Fancy Table Peaches __________ISc: N

,. h Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Griffin returned California.Col. Good Will Soap ______________lOc ,
j ,,. eyerai days ago from Georgia where F. A. Lincoln has a popular '
4 "I'* ; their vacation. new clerk at Manhattan hotel in '' :Ready for Your Inspection '
they spent $1.00 Box Chewing Gum _____-_50c ,
the ,of J. A.Ewing. Mr. Ewing "
person it
i' t,>., J. E. SpurlinganaY; W. Gre were .. .
, has lived tn and near Kissimmee for I
l of the Z..1b. sack Pillsbury Flour____$1.00
Sanford men -at one
'f .
ears several years, and Is well known to \
it;,< local hotels the week. people.H. ".
many 12 ID*. granulated Sugar $1.00 :
""" G. W. Persons of the Dollar Limitr Fleming returned last Friday .V :
r '' ,;. / Store, leaves Saturday for a a several from Athens, Ga., where he makes his Sugar-cared, Bacon ____________25c LOTS OF GOOD VALUES IN f
days' visit in Savannah, Ga., the r
headquarters during summer
r \ L_ Mr. and'Mre. N. C. Bryan and Miss months. While away he visited New White Salt Meat (good)---i----17et : .
Berta are at home York City and a number of resorts EVERY DEPARTMENT .
, Joe Bryan again :
4' \ ',.after a delightful visit in Georgia. along the Atlantic coast. Oleomargeriae .__-________-___2Sc: ,
.. /
'i Mr* C. W. Ward, who returned from Mrs. C. L. Bandy and Miss Corinne '(Dolly Vardcn-Gnaranteed.) ,,
;;), \ ,New York last week, is domiciled at Gilbert who have' been spending the I ,
b ''tbe,Graystone hotel for the winter.: summer In:the North Carolina mountains 2 'cuu Premier Pork and Beans25c:
are visiting In Charleston, S. r1

t. i Mr. and Mrs. R. Di: Guice Ga.returned where C. at this time. They are expected. Pancake Flour ______________lOc:
f\ r home Friday from Lovejoy, about two weeks. \

1. i .they'spent the rammer with relatives. T. II. 'English, who has been con- Graham. Floor, _____.:___lOc A: 25c: KATZi
You'll make no making nectedwith the Valley Gazette mechanical
Pr i your purchases at the Bon Ton flat : department for the' last few Minute, Tapioca T..__. _________lOc: ; /
p6 "' Shop., All.the_ .latest fad and fancies. weeks, leaves Sunday' ,for. Baton FIELD '
Lav'where he has secured 'AND GARDEN SEEDS. ;/..
't : ""Mr Mary McLaughlhT.and 'aon*, Rouge, a : /I V' ..

''' :'of city Fort several Drum day,' Fla.this, have"week been on the- i situation'Mrs.. Reed"with-.The'arrived Southern from;0. Phil.del. .nner. 6' .... The Dry Goods and .Clothing :Mari i e': iON > j;

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'Cyprus"-Held boxes) for ale',cheap. new millinery readytowear : J '
shop on Broadwaywhich is THE ,
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owned by Mr*. Battle Logan Lake- y L CORNERa .
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Love, ( .. HOUSEHOLD HELPS. ..
;' Wins Over Fear DATES .00..000..0..0.0. .. ..

... ''Daahin&/Mantl.i and; : preserving Featured'FOP: Fall :.A..three" minute glass (the. kind
of PuttlivScoriKansas .and Wb,t.r' Costumes.' '' kitchen when cooking
: used in the )
w Cape ftults a Itf Mode..; : September, has ,, been 'an nnusuallj excellent 'timepiece
poin ers \ ,-- busy month"in( f the Sunshine Department will, be found an '

Kansas' umphed over fear of the "eye of the n tag the'month ."Secretary Grace. re as it allows three minutes only, h,
; ""World when a seventeen-year-old airl, membered thirty-one birthdays ii Vinegar placed in a bottia otdried'up .

through the'Free Legal Aid 'Burea, eighteen states and Canada, and Informed glue will moisten and *rpako' "Jt

ai' got back the baby'she had given away "It the price of sugar is'probJblUv > others of the coming fifteen liquid again.

.i three month ago. can peaches oo.that they wil .,." of these pleasant anniversariesAll Blankets which 'are not in1 us. .
"Guess who's got you now," IIhe may .--1f"- were not directly fdr our union, should have small pieces of thoroughly .; j ''y,
cried over and over again ai .he held keep IndeEaltet7'by.using ':.!>! or its postage used in such corres dried yellow soap scattered in the
heir cooing baby fir I fast of sirup. The following recipe pondence, but Christian En. This "
? blue-eyed ( we gave folds when they are pot away. ,
r la her arms in the office of Dr. Hai.- may be used." says- the United States .. deavor the credit Dr. Clark respond.. keeps moths out. a

1 ;r brouck 'Delamater, assistant health | department of agriculture: ed most kindly to the message sent Stale breadcrumbs mixed with a i

commissioner. 'Mr. Delamater and "Remove skins Crom. peaches by 1mmersing him. Mr. Lehmann also wrote ui trifle of washingbbie cah be used for. .

Miss Anna Donahue of the. Free Ga1'Aid In boiling water for about one their appreciation for the fifty dollars! cleaning embossed velvet. Apiece of,; :

; Bureau, helped her get. thbaby minute and then dipping in cold water. sent'the fund Dr. Clark's birth-week, white flannel should be used for applying ,

ti t back from its foster parent 1 in Place whole peaches in glass Jars 01 and The Christian Endeavor Work the breadcrumbs, ,which will '

,an Iowa town. tins and Oil jars wltb hot water..Place mentioned it In last week's paper. finally require brushing off with' a .:t
ah "We will give you $2,000 if you willJet Convention dates certainly set an "
in and sterlllz I
rubber and top place clean- soft'whislt ,
w us keep the child said the forte Tavares, Oct. 16-18; Sanford Oct ,,
g for fifteen minutes In hot water bath To store silver place in a cardboardbox 1\\
the 30-Nov. 1. Then
parenta, when they brought haby plans are being made
l t'' to Kansas City outfits twelve minutes In water seal for St. Petersburg, Oct. 23-25; Jack a layer of ordinary flour, Uien \

k "I don't want anything: but my ten minutes at five pounds steam pressure k sonville, Dec. 4-7, and Daytona ales lay the forks and spoons upon it 9ni.{ y

baby," the girt cried. "See, she know or five minutes at ten pounds I II I that week. These last two dates are cover thickly with flour. TheywiUS 'Pot'

y me i already, and that I'm her own I steam pressure : postponed to December on account ol remain quite bright for any length ofk"

". ttotheri"-. '"Of course the pcacnes-when remOv.*..1.1ed Mr; Karl Lehman> tIfJr"h here 'Dee; time 'i. -1\
The girl, who lives in n small Kansas --' -- from the Jar wl1T 'ttasteaOi'weet1-- rrk 6-10. Near-enough: districts will be Always rub leather chairs over from. t

town, went to Miss Donahue say- as those canned in lrun> However, it invited to hear and meet him in Jack time to time with a very little fresh ',' "
'r' oral! days ago and told her story. sweetening Is desired It may be added II I sonville (Springfield church), and milk applied with a soft, clean linen

? id ,"I want you to help me Ret my;; I II when the fruit Is to be eaten. i Daytona. There will also be a rally rag, rubbing the milk off lightly at 1
4 d ''baby back she said. "It wan l born I held with Mr. Lehmann as honored once. This prevents the surface from
,in.a maternity sanitarium abou "This same method is good for can I guest. in Tampa, and another in South drying and cracking. Should the surface .It }

dl three months ago, and they adopted: i it 1 1I 1I ning; with sirups containing varying Central district. It is hoped that be rubbed off apply a good leather . 11
' out when it was only a few days old I amounts of sugar. A very thin sirup I Endeavor leaders from all sections of restorer. "":

;rr and I was no ill I scarcely knew wha may lx used If the housewife does not I the state but the extreme western and

s ?7 ;:,1; was doing? when I signed the paper. wish to dispense entirely wltb the ; southern portions, can get to either a The South African oxen are clad 'in ,
''i, "When I went home the boy and J I sugar I convention or rally, during the an- "trousers" to ward oft the ravages of '>,

t1 eloped and were married. Then we "Apples may also be canned (for apple I ticipated five days we' have the field the tsetse fly. '. \

wanted" the baby. some one told mi sauce, pie filling etc.), using plain worker for the United Society here... :
that you might be able to gel it for water Instead of n sirup. Department i His expenses of traveling are met
"'e. because I wan not of age when I augur 1 3x7f by a gift for thus advertising the Service
have repeatedlycanno Shopping
signed: the paper." i specialists I OOWM. Building Fund, by a generous En- Expert
DLUB 8KMQE OAPB OOMTUItK.What "l thorn by this' method In the deavorer of Winnipeg Manitoba.
I of apples jars should be sterilized for Florida LadiesI
:I is new in fashions is the at- is President Curry and the secretary
sixteen minutes In hot water bath outfits The new silhouette striking plan to attend each convention this
WHAT WOMEN: ARE DOING8 .0- tempt to introduce a military style i fall pictured hereif have established In Jacksonville .
.. ..0'OOOOOOOOO into feminine custumes. There is the twelve minutes In water seal. ten Glance at the gown fall, and other state officers will when a shopping! service for the
you wish to know how it differ! ladles I of Florida. This will ,
minutes under five pounds of steam possible. Congregational church duties -
OOoOOOOO mantle being worn, giving -
.. military now You '
e from those it, is superseding. supply tht-m with any merchandise
a martial look to more than one and four minutes_ under ten pounds of I, will observe that there is a decided prevent Vice President Waldron selected by persons of good .a:
? Woman Is Bank Cashier. young woman when seen at a distance, steam." which is In from being in Tavares or St. Peters,' taste and bought by experienced 'b "4J
j w. The chief cashier in the State Ban especially if she happens to be tall, flare to the tunic, open blue burg, but he hopes he can go other shoppers.. It will give them latest i''>
I the front. The skirt was of dark styles and most up-to-date :
of Sweden is Miss Signe Bergman Frenchwomen at the places. Ev. G, B. Albertson who as
which are
\ many Forethought In Canning. velvet. Dark blue taffeta was used materials without expensive trIp. I t
Mist Bergman in president of the present day. In the operation of panning and preserving tunic and combined state citizenship leader made things to a large city.
for the two-tiered hum last is to be a guest at the Send for full particulars. J refer -
u Swedish Society of Woman Suffrage The officer's cloak is worn well off year
fT'S ., as lu almost every other function with velvet for the bodice. The collar Tavares convention and Mr. Fagg i to leading stores of this city .o.i
Belgian Quern-is Doctor. the shoulders, having in this respect of housekeeping the ett1ng r and vest were of white organdie.. other. an- and the United States! Trust and
something of the effect of a manteau Savings Bank.
fr. Women's names in the stress of tumult de cour. Beneath shows a corsage or I ready" Is the inont Important part and We heard a young worker speak MRS. C. C. KELLY ;,
of war are unspoken but re fillet adorned with brandebourgs a la I Ihussard. should be beguu far In advance of the RIMING RIDDLES.Get lately of C. E. as a "denominational"affair. Hoom Jacksonville D. 17 West Florida.Duval St. '

? memberod, and among those that will actual cauulilg day. Some notes made Too many even in our ranks .4'iI..
r be'present in the minds of all itt The military cape suit pictured hereis last eeaaou will give knowledge as to out your puzzle guessers and do not know that taking the world

Elizabeth, queen of the Belr'ans. J.ikeher of Copenhagen blue serge, with a when fruits and vegetables are to be see if you can tell- over, Methodists predominated among .
husband, the Belgians high turned over collar and front vest expected. sx> that time and provision Endeavorers;' nor that the vice-pres-
;c II a fully qualified doctor of effect. Worn with it area plaited may be made for them. As the various What has four legs, yet cannot walk,, ident of the United Society is a Bap-
medicine and a magnificent BCnone. k'\> tunic and a plain skirt. A wide-rim- and have been emptied.It One foot besides a head tist minister, Dr. Howard B. Grosse,
t" It is only natural that hei I med hat of blue velvet, with a white cana glasses washed and If I should finish out this rime, who has served as a faithful friendto
been covers
knowledge of disease and her powei,'flower drooping over the upturned they have I'd say it was a-. Endeavorers for twenty-five years.
,t to combat it should be sound, for shi ,, side, accompanied it. carefully fitted before putting awar'l Those of us who were at the Atlantic
? ; lithe daughter of that famous oculist much annoyance and expense What grow in the ground City International surely rememberhim

Karl Theodore of Bavaria, the -. - ipared. It the appetites of the family I And have many eyes, and the witty, pointed and good ,
specialist diseases and troubles oi Th. Skyscraper Hat. have been observed It will not be advisable I Yet nary a bit can they seat things he said there. There are now A

,top l eye,. who during his lifetime did I There is nothing startling in the to put up much of the unpopular We have them for dinner eighty-seven denominations having ,
e .an enormous amount of work in char- height of trimmings applied to fall and varieties. Most eyery night. Now, Christian Endeavor. Let us not forget Tatra ."

r {table directions. Kettles which have never, been used I What in the world can they be? this fact for it means that we are
than trying to follow out the teachingswhich 1 Ow.
for other purpose preserving
.1 Woman is Food Inspector. any And what has two hands said "And all ye are brethren"GRACE'
forks knives skimmers dip- rate rule
'MissAda PalmiUr has been appointed spoons
And round face?
and Mrs. funnels. 'Jelly bags, fruit press, a jolly A. TOWNSEND.. y
food pen
rr" a Inspector,
What tells us when we Interlachen Sept. 29. iLar
Charles- D. Hint a member of the strainers scales measures, are all necessary Shall place?
go F Ff
IV; advisory'council to the New York department Implements- (others will tie individually What runs all the time To find fault. Used in warfare. In r Tak.It .

',.{. of, public health. ; required) and.should be in a And yet runs standing- still winter sports. Commands{ his boat.
., of order-and cleanliness.Have all with
state perfect And works for us
Presides,Over-.Assembly. -. Polishes silver. To plunge and strug
it',y ,'A for the first time In the enough suitable ;jars cans ': A jolly goodwtIl7AnswersBed gle. A little bit., Part of the foot.Used .... ,Ea.. .
?: with rubbers tops and ,
;' -.history of .&lordo, recently called a glasses etc, iq ancient warfare. A good one :;:;;..- .
at hand Plent7of paraffin labels. potatoes, clocks:
Mat assembly to order'. Mrs Gerf' covers) is always in demand. Short and fat.
y trod* 'A. Lee chairman of the< state ClOthS for Wiping and handling . ."ARTS" P -A Lost from her tingerA hen's bed. ,A To HeadOffa ,
.central committee,' welcomed the delegates utensils apd the labors of tb. preserving AN: PARTY. puff.'A-' barriel'--and fair lady. A I -

'.... to the -democratic state conventIDD season will not plunge you Into an'' color and end of a whii.| The tip and Headache
'M' Here'ls the way a little girl gave tie. What is done to iron I '
until the election of- a temporary nervous prostration. a
...{, / "arts" party the.other day. She had wers.-Carp, torpedo, skate, Noiltis* Is Better tko

j chairman. I the following articles either pasted or skipper, whiting, flounder, dab, sole, Dr. MUe Anti-Pain PHI

". ,', 4 ':Will& Try Women's'! Cases.Mr. Sirup For Preserving. tied on squares of cardboard, and pike, plaice, chub, herring, perch, They Civ 1UUW Wltlo .tBad

; : .. Jean De Greyear, who has been Preserves are made by cooking whole these were hanging on the wall. Each and whiff, barbel (bar, belle), redsnapper, Aft r.EH.c4.
fruits or sections. in a dense sirup. guest received a pencil and paper topknot, eme1LFOR f
;I. !appointed, assistant district attorney for each "I can say that Dr. Miles lUss-
will handle the Thus they keep"* In shape and absorb was asked to write a name dles have been to
,.> at San cases I a godsend sse
.,, would sound like the
,'- ern coming ,under the j uri d becoming'mltransparent.\ The cardboard that and 'my family. I used te hap
JM" vro: of to fruit Is I' name of a real painting. Here are such terrible headaches I would almost -
Mrs. De usual proportion
tion of the district attorney.. sugar
i. '# and of the FISH
some of the articles some FRESH: bs wild for days at a time.
4'Greyear was formerly a newspaper about like that for .jellies--equal names. began using x:>.. Miles' AnU-PaJn

.:A s.woman welKhts or measures "pound for A study in hearts, two valentines. Pills and never have those .headaches ,

Heads Federated Charities. t pound." Study of 'head, cabbage.The OYSTERS AND SHRIMPCALL any more. I can speak fclchlrof
Dr. Miles' Nervine also for It wi
"w, Usually a sirup la made with the I face at home, powder puff...
Hilda Mills of Baltimore is pale cured one of my children of a terrible
'fl. Miss sugar and a little water or fruit JI1 ce.1 Scenes in China painted cup. nervous d........... 1 can always)
work of civic organization -
'. i .now doing.the and only as much fruit as will cover The grinds of labor, false teeth. speak a god woeS for your Remedies
... .... of the city of Hamilton, Ohio, for
and have recommended them
surfaceWjhe ia in at
the sirup put one I
y f which she ii said to receive as large aaalaryas Teardrops, 'to friends whe
other burnt can Fish Market a good many my
in of days, Broadway
J' the mayor of the town, the time. If we attempt to put more The light have been well pleased with them." '
city authorities having voted her $2- the pieces lose their shape and the : die.A MRS. OJDO. H. BRYAN

I ZOO a year.for the work. She Ii head result I* a sort f marma' de. I study in red, red flannel. Phone 50 ( Janesvtlle.Iowa...
, of the federated charities, which she When a few 'pieces are done they The Irish village, a Per Sale by All Druggists. '
Justice, scales. ttwUFetters ._ M Deees, M Cents. -
lit 1 helped to organize. may be taken out of the sirup with a -
and In and of wealth,, two gold rings. Served or Promptly Delivered Anywhere MILKS MEDICAL CO.. Klfchart, In*.
iklmmer put a jar more
Help to Organize Clubs. A friend in need, a hairpin. ,
in the
\ nip Vn/Tr TCBBAK.winter fruit put into the sirup. When all U City.
S' t>, "The.dub organizer is occupation done the Blrup may be further evaporated AUTUMN NECKWEAR.
;:ti .. that club life has made necessary millinery. The hat shown here until It la almost a jelly find '-
'One of the first women toy is of black velvet with a novel decoration then the jars to be filled with that I Organdie Collars and Cuffs Handsomely C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
_: this work is Mrs. John' F. Decorated with Hemstitching.The .
up of .
coqua. like jelly in tex ,
Such are
: .-1 'Trow of New York president of the. preserves double organdie collars so fash-
'".'" Post Parliament She helps women RIDDLES. ture and richness and will keep if parked I', ionable last spring have given place The Waters & Carson

.\ -fortn: ;; clubs and when a club has be- like Jelly In glasses with covers of to hemstitched models and, naturally,

;com entangled ia some way she goes What is that which every one can paper and paraffin. hemstitched accessories are a bit' more
"a: 'to Its aid and unravels the snarls. divide, but no one can see where it But they are not as satisfactory for expensive: than the other sort in which i

1 There are so many thing In regard has been divided T Water. constant use as the canned fruits, two pieces of fabric were seamed to. Grocery Company .r

to clubs that women do not know. What is majesty deprived of its externals when a much smaller proportion of get er'and turned over.

'For 'Instance she) says a- club that is T A jest Tn-ajest-y. sugar or none at all. is put with' the A very smart collar turns over in ,j ..
>: -oof incorporated can not even, keep its Is there a word in the English language fruit while cooking. two sections from -a high neckband, ,

:It 6 ieame;'and when it becomes popular ,that contains .all the vowels arid each section, has two Insidea of TThoIesalo and Retail Dealers IaGROCERIES
'.'* -there i* nothing to prevent another Yes, .unq uesUonaly.Why hemstitching aU around.. the
q.. club.from taking the same name.t does a miller wear a white' CandledRoM Petals. hemstitching are small hand 'embroid
t hat To keep his head warm. To make candled rose petals put a ered dots

/,. ry rtfieir'Father's; Declaration. Why didn't the dog want to go into : cupful of granulated sugar into a' Another collar, imported before the

't,, Mrs.-' 'A., M. Thacfcsra, who was the ark. Because he had a balk of ', saucepan and stir in slowly a third ofa war started is a flare model, opening .
f'Eleanor ta : Sberm&11.'daughter of Gen. his own. 'I' cupful of cold water. Set this on the rather low at the front in a V. From t

:' Sherman, la now in Paris, where her What make* the cost of tea so I stove. letting the mixture beat slowly the V, turn .back long, narrow revere 0 . . . .x..0. . . .. .. ... .. . .. .. ,..
.JJ *husband 'la",consul general, and she high? Because we mutt pay a steep gradually coming to a boil. Do not let which flare' outward over the lapels of '

: ;jbas become chairman of a committee price.What It boll bard. Try It 'frequently and the coat Collar chemisette and re- 0 WE SELL WE BUT 4
i / VHiat la asking-for relief for thee sol- fruit grows on telegraph when the sirup crackles or hardens in van are of white organdie, with an HAY. J

KMmf"; families' Mr. Herrick Mrs. wires Electrical 'currents' '(cur cold:water. remove from the fire. Stir inch and a- half hem of white handkerchief 0 .. HIDES, '. ,
Burden.' Mrs. Claus Spreckles rants.) linen ..t.on 'with hemstitching1.. ,
> James ' 0 GRAIN 0 .
to then .
gradually till, It begins sugar
American wo- Is the difference between a collar of
end>Other-well-known What Still another imported FURS ,
1 I'-mnen' aro.on the committee, which btloaal watchmaker and a jailer The one platy In a pan of hot water and using handkerchief linen decorated with .. FERTILIZERS, .' ,

fc* .in.lUJjcop' *. sells watches: the other watches. colls.. a pair of tiny pincers dip, the petals hemstitching and This .. N WOOL '- i.0t ,
'.: Vhdoubt',:Mrs; Thackera will re.the What sort of a day would be fc good In to|the sugar and let them .dry: 'Onward surprising collar vices'close and high SHINGLES. O... .. :

,.... aentlments'of' her dlstlnya4iorf one'en, which:to f'111"for. .a, cop! 'A'muggy paper., Before they are dry: dip about the throat like the stock of rev .. .; ..",. 4..
'>' father.on the subject-of war, one.:-:_ .. them Into a saucer vt powdered sugar erat 'ltaIOna ago; Two drawn work ORANC11; ,JJOXES, 'O AND. . ; .,'
of.the.horror of the > {< gala.put'onq''' or tray! and down the collar and ; .,. .
platter over
'botn all accounts exported ,lf>8 i fhepr turn, 'i ., h ., ,
' Denmarklast7 year they will keep dry tor a at the front is a tie of, the linen plaited "' .! ,
t.4 D6 R place where . ORANCEMWRAYSl .. .'. .ALL .' '0
-y. .
't" ,
f 000 4>amlat salted.herring ,' ,, "" .
-f ,, ,' d y.. y. into narrow Agricultur.;; ,employs, 1oOOO ... .ends decorated'with "nCETUSL1C: "CRATES '0'P r
-W. ,'Caerest.,- 1.253,875-rrlit! rd' ; antomobllaa sharply-pointed > ; .COUNTRY 4''*t tWo
*. JU..".:-1'f r : " drawn work. This bit of n.eetweai"I. : y \ .. 1
.... -" /< : o, ia the United ' t" -- r; .... jTft' ; .,
. .' iTrotol i.'tbe name riven to IHIW entirely new and is sailtopresag 'CDA'no' .. .
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. popuNaboe'i.ettiyntated'ai the "" ;, ;
.. uploai" Mid'to be safest high hih akocktoilaefect4r "
Alaska has forty-two school, attended a-return to > .
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.t'' .J'1' ",OA0 I ."". '., "to"; ,::., ,,)9t'nada ,' b more' than 3,000' whit' chil' work.doutby'axplosivo'' known.Lieutenant! '.",Ua; formula c Harold>teas , : .. .: .. : ., : ) : :., ... ..'.it.'r' '...". -."... 't"'T. .!

rotillo -1Onnn! dren.. / : p. ": "A ''' ,:
kI U.P"ofpa. = : t Marvin'th." New .. .. ,If r M, ._. . .. -.
....... ; .'..... '''' ' .1 There were 1,1U2linlion.e.--ol tho ,York national guard. Six ounces. of 'n. .1 i ..........- .DaAla : -ref(1lhll.. ..teeliOisie aftul'11fMs.T.' ., ,,'

.'. .ttM vlaiii t. i t M.xicanwar; the,:'trotol,.-It Is .said i will do-tl?. work of slts.o r.. Ifrt n rd+.... Wo, pe apodal aHUsitt** to IU lag oat aaaUag a.d cars; i' r ;1

IMn. a ( f4filtr ; ; ,v..... .. ,<{& u 1..ttselMea.btrlbCbl ,-f';' !'J"" 'f J ) sad eats atlbe' .same. Uao..fUII" I 1'J'I'M delivery la city Usaitsv PI.* no No. 11. -, ,
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Vegetable growers throughout Florhave' Column Forward t. .. ...-." '. . ..' .. "'. .. ':" ,'. '
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reason to feel encouraged Port
ro t i every : < '1.... MyeraAn effort on, the part
r 'and should not hesitate to go "'" ..'- . . . ,.-... of the citizens of this town and eoun-
,their full length in producing the va FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS . .-s."""" ,., __-... .'.fi- ".."", . . _......'.. ty' is being,'made to' make, some \*ffort -' (f!
rious known to the trucking interests ; -;
crops. : to take car.ofthe'Seminole, Indians
of the state.' The organization STATEOF : -, ... t [ a small band of which still, re. ;
of th r Florida Vegetable Marketing (FLORIDA. J- . '" : ,.. ,' .. .,the Everglades and.
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: ,Bureau at Jacksonville last;week will ,. -' """" ...W'.". '.. .' . ..._ .- j of this county. It is set forth. it ',
we feel sure,' remove the stumps in Tampa.-Board of 'pUblic Works .. 'o" '" ''' '.. .", .. do 10' ... ., that the Indians are soon to be in des-/
.the road between the grower and the let contract at.147,565 to erect:Carnegie .'.i" .. "". ..' -. .. .... .}. ..'<.;..'I" '.... petite circumstances unless succor;is ,
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markets. Library; Grecian Doric style; 'V .. ,' '. . .. .. f-o" secured for them at an. early date.
The new organization, headed by one story and basement; auditoriumin .. ... .. ... .".. -."" '.". ." .. :" : One'point is brought out strongly and
prominent and influential men of the basement to seat 200;' fireproof. '- 1. _. d'' .' ", that is the fact that the European,
state:-tnen, who have the interests of C ..., .' , war has cut off.the market for hide.'
the,truckers at heart-is going'to Clearwater.Atlantic Coast Line 'o"r'; ; -s '' ". ." ,.t.' ...... .. aod as the Seminole gets, his living'

l-i,d prove an awakening to the vegetable let[ contract to" erect. brick, .stone andconcrete'paiaedger ...... - "'o' from the sale,,of said hides and furs,
Interests and it is to be hoped and expected station. ;;'; ..... .' > -. unless other occupation is given them
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.., .. that all growers both large and e ,- "J. .., , .;' .. .they are going to suffer. Some few
?4 will promptly align themselves Zephyrhills. M. E. Church will .. ,L ." ''''' evenings _Dr.'Gedden, medical missionary
small expend / .. .. .. "... ''Y' ago -
k;: in thp movement to bringabout lower $5,000. to erect., building. .... .....'i.'o.. .. ' -.,.:>1.. .'. .. "-',. . .. to the Seminoles, gathered to-'
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y'' expibsi rates and a more vigorous JJ. tether ''a representative body of cit
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*j eket. The success of the organizalion" Plant .City.-City voted $20,000 .. .j. ."" ",.. ,. liens and the matter was discussed in
;' \\0 i means the success of the grow- bonds for water works Improvements . ....P. ..<..> .' .. 'o.. ,. .. detail Congress will be asked to do
l ,:". 'whence co-operation! is' the only C 'f' ... something to that end the follow.
svvf thing needful. 'Bradentown.-City o.ntract to .. .. ink resolutions were adopted and will
. Most Stick Together. construct reinforced concrete reser ..... .Rif- .. .. be'presented to the proper,authorities
( ,V)f. The bureau is getting results now, voir. 500,000 gallons capacity; cost .. -*t Washington: '
although In existence less than a week 10000. P" mat?. ,,_
:, and it Is going to get still greater re- dition exists in the affairs of the Sem-
{. suits when its machinery gets in'full Dade City.-Zephyrhills district of ;; ., inole Indians of Florida, occasioned:; .
working order. If the vegetable growers PASCO county voted to construct about ,, by the destruction of,the market for. ;
will line up as one man' they can fifteen miles of road, including completion furs and hides by the war and
v quickly remove every obstacle and win of link in national highway ex- Whereas: the disappearance of furs! '
a victory that will put them, on the tending south from Dade City to con r and skins and the fast approaching:
w? ,pinnacle of independence and instead nect with HlUsborough road via Plant I extinction of \deer and turkey their
":. of bowing to railroads and commission City. : *: main dependence, will leave them
; men they will have the railroads and C e YOUNGHELOPERS: RECORDCR.QP< J SOCIALISTS' CAN'T hopeless from the'.t.andpolnt' of. their. .
Citrus will hard mode of life and,
commission men bowing to them. Inverness.- county previous :
The reduction on express rates on surface road; width, 12 feet; rightof ,-' :GEl :ON Whereas, during their prosperity,,
vegetables a cut of 15 to 20 per cent way to be' cut and.cleared. ARRESTED IN JAX ;, ;BALLOT through bad advice and unwise leadership
that is promised by .J. B: Hockaday e .- they were impelled to refuse thei'
of the Southern Ex- DeLand.-W. H. Schooley and oth- FORDESOTA The # protection 'and care of the
general manager Jacksonville Fla.-In the custody of provisions of the Bryan primary fostering
press company and the proffer of the ers are reported interested in Improvements Deputy Sheriff J. F. Bozarth of Orange law requiring all parties that hada i national amity .are nowIn
express company of some 6,000 agents to Blue Lake property; county a 14-year-old girl and an 6 per cent vote, In the preceding their and distress anxious
ia as many small towns about the plans include erection skating rink 18-year-old youth were taken back to Arcadia.-The indications are t1.tthe general election to participate in the for help from that source and have .
country, to solicit and take orders for with maple floor; refreshment build- their homes in Orlando. Their arrest "crop of citrus fruits of DeSoto Bryan primary If their candidate. expressed themselves, through their
. of vegetables is reason ing;' construct 18-foot drives etc.: will are to the election tribe leaders, 'as. willing to work for
''iit shipments DeLand here is said to have intercepted a very county break all record. this season enter general was '
enough to look to the future optlmis- clubhouse to be occupied by unusual elopement. and this Is saying much for the upheld by Judge, D. A. Simmons, of their' support at whatever district
,. tlcatl7. Automobile and. Country. club. According to information in the present crop. The rains of the past 'the circuit court for Duval county, that can be provided in their .,,'
The have suffered long on have been beneficial and the demurrer of and actually have engaged In'farm
growers possession of the authorities here, "a sixty days highly Attorney-Gen-
able to get beyond St. Augustine.-St. Augustine Power < labor for wages on'a small scale, but'
account of not being I certain young man of Orlando was to the maturing crop and the eral West was sustained
the wall of the commission concerns Boat club is reported to erect club-' will This In. test taken the demand at present is very limited
j arrested a short time ago after he is shipping season begin within the was a case up '
"Into the small markets now "undis house.. e alleged to have abducted the girl. next ten day. by the socialists of the state, asking I and could not provide for"two percent rs,
::1 covered' territory, because' of the It is laid that he was given a preliminary Packers are getting their plants in a- mandamus compelling the secretary I of the ,nation.y \.
shipping of vegetables to the larger Tampa. John F. ,d. Smith will hearing in the case and that I good condition for the early opening of state to place the name' ofE : Whereas, this condition of emergentcy ;'

A markets, overstocking them, smaller erect skD.tingrink C .at e Ballast Point. his bond was set at $500. i and are laying in a good supply of Loomis, a socialist candidate for: calls for immediate relief to avoidgreat '
'eating and thereby losing the On the day before the trial the 18- boxing material. With this material congressman northern Florida. The. lufferlng.nel'hardlhlp" - ";, therefore
. markets, that are now ready to get Bradentown.-John Cummins will year-old youth arrested here is said to on hand and the machinery used in case originated in Leon county'' but be it .
and together. erect brick building divided into two was transferred to the Duval Resolved That our 'representativesin
together stay nave been persuaded to elope with packing in excellent condition, the county '
agents throughout i rooms, leased lower floor to Ira J. and court because of the illness of congress be urgently requested to
i With the express the girl marry her here. It is packers are in position to handle,the Judge
the country taking orders for de- Carter who plans to Install equipmentto said that he Was furnished money and large crop in this section.. Malone. take such action as will .snake funds
, livery of less than car load lots. In manufacture cheese and butter, and that the girl willingly eloped with A conservative,estimate places the The socialists took the fleht'up.on; immediately available and to force ,.
*- the smallest towns and sending these conduct milk depot.. him. On account of the child s age the crop that will be shipped from Arca-' the Bryan primary law after the pro- to the recognition' of the Interior' des'' 1
'" '.2*'into,the central bureau, they can be, e pair were unable to procure a marriage -. dia at 250,000 boxes, and 600,000 from gressive party lost its effort to over pertinent that, a state. of. crisis. :'ia.- :;
p a wide dstribu- Florida. --Charles Valentine Bene- license. This delayed matters the balance of the county, making throw it, on.the grounds of constitutionality. fsts.v
tlon of the'Florida vegetables be secured dict, Mich., interested in Florida East and they were arrested in response to 750,000 boxes for the entire county. The Bryan primary law
A* ,it Is and has been the Coast developments; contemplates. Installing a telegram from Orlando. I There will be approximately 85,000 was not attacked by the" socialists SAY.NEWTON 'n
vegetables are sent to the large cities I sugarcane. mill. I II boxes of grapefruit shipped from'Art except where it was construed to prevent EXT SPEAUR'.
'"?v where the market is flooded, while.on I STETSON UNIVERSITY OPENS cadia, and 250,000 from other points entry into the general, election 'Orlalldo-Fr end of Hon. ,. A. B.
'.,'"x.J the other.hand, the smaller towns can. Bartow.. -"- Bartow' 'Manufacturing WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE in the county while this point will of candidates named Jn'a,party convention Newton are claiming the speakershlp;
not get, vegetables. r' contemplates enlarging lumber I ship 10,000 boxes of tangerines, and *.a method possible before the of the next House for him, declaring
Big Express BnsinesiThe ,' mill; also to erect offfce of bungalow r -;annual: thefist of the county will ship 80,000b&es enactment of the new law,. ,_ that he already has enough pledges :

:v . express company of course, expects type. ._ _. Stetson The thirtieth University, occurred opening Friday of. "This Will make a. total of August Wood ,of rManatee\ and to practically assure him of the place., "
.+ to get increased business by v>* 1,125,000 boxes of citrus"fruits from Judge John H.' Maxwell'ofJacksonville Mr.,Newton already has a large number
soliciting of business'on the, part of Wauchula.=:Southern Lumber ft September 25. For'the days offices prior of to. the thePresident DeSoto county for the present season. were. attorneys for the socialists, of votes absolutely pledged! Mm-:

their agents and by the cutting of express Manufacturing company is reportedto formal opening Dean of Women, and Deanof This is- a'good showing' and it i. not and may take ran appeal to''the',supreme though not ,quite enough ,to elect', .
vegetables. The vege- be organized: by Mr. Folsom and that .' is stated he'will receive enough
rates on of students : surprising/ people are coming court.1.. an.effort to openJhe but it
table business Is a large one-last season others;. purchased lumber plant of Men for were the work full of the various registering de--' here;, and that 200 homes have been ballots in the November election. . to of the non-commital vote to,'insure. ,
4 about 25,000 carloads were shipped Lewellen Bros.'and plans to rebuild : built In 180 days,.and that 60 more the socialist: nominee. his election'
out 'Of the state. This does.not burned planing mill and manufacture. partments of .the' University "They are now in process t>f erection.. Citrus 1
from all sections of Florida and
Include the produce shipped by express building material. . from came of the Northern states.' fruit-growing, I truck-raising, and
a large item,made up of many many I stock-farming are among the larger '
l' is to of.
Stetson University '
of few packages. -Tallahassee---Mutual Warehouse industries of this section
small shipments a .. Insecticide SPRAYKills'
Shipping vegetables by express has !company, let contract to.erect cotton fer better,, advantages than, ever be SGHNARR'S ,

the. strong point of getting the produceto warehouse; capacity 2,000 bales;''.' the market quicker and in better floor; fire and waterproof. increased Drainage district will probably invite ,AgenRemorseand moll< and insures bea.1t'ta" cr.*** MM JgfySr ?!" :
be ,
ateis has enabled new departments to NlMtr* Power 8prayer. aadi Hatta. FUulfcm. .AlseBtat ,-
1 .. condition and while the Gas opened and the old ones to be strengthened bids about November 1to, construct agents for'Klasara Brand Bolubl Sulphur. "
ra It oftentimes is more than worth the Ocala.-Ocala company rebuild burned perfected additions to be made -to the drainage system in central Polk !Coun- scnarAiut. A. OOMPAXT. ,ORLANDO.kMn WLOIUDA.'fJl ,

difference. But the main benefit to fromthe benefit plant; arrangements new of galvanizediron. faculty and a marked Improvement in ty; reclamation plan'includes system -, .. .. I-Uel". Will lest I.,... the. 1vIeeay' .' tidal.: : r
express facilities. Stetson's graduates are open ditches with branches and farm {lib
the vegetable growem- is that the laterals main ditch to discharge.into .
e ranking along with the graduates of ; .-, -'-+-
if they morelconstantademand the best known college and universities Peace river about,.four, miles northof ,
willna DunnelloBoarcl of Trade, Jas.T. I
a Bartow total '
feet -
length 114,000
... in the country. ; ; ;
interested planto
from all over the Sou- Rawls president, '
vegetables 69,000 feet of branch, ditches having '

). thAn.Express company's lines. build eannery.. . Live Oak.-Park-Lumber companywill bottom width 20 feet and 123,000 feet STluMBER' ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES$( :
present the truckers, are getting City Packing increase capital stock from $100- with bottom width 10 feet.; cost $290,. '
White City.-Wblte
crops.their seed Shipments beds ready begun for in November the( new company will build packing plant; 000 to 300000. 372. r ": -" -,.. .:.... _.-'.. i.

) and December, and are heaviest in 32 by 100 feed '
I and February. Florida's :
.I,- principal vegetable crops are tomatoes Bartow.-Leon Ilebb will erect two *' :

r') celery lettuce, potatoes and concrete stores . Florida'sSurpassing. ' : II"'P' e
f strawberries with many other vegetables 1" : : I ;
E. Whit- ,
*. that can be, raised and are West Palm Beach.-Guy ,.. ., .
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l i y raised each year in increasing numbers ting will erect two-story .4 ,.,: _ .' dt. ;

1L; and quantity. ing. --t.'!" ,, .-' ', .
i l,' To the strawberry grower the new Grapefruit, .
W. J. Smith plansto
movement and the reduced j-ates will Winter Haven.- EVERYTHING-

W y.> prove particularly valuable;J0 most of erect brick. .business. building. Is I ,
,fr the strawberries shipped out. of the. rr
: u.:' atate go by express. $10,000 Pablo( electric Beach-=r-$36,000 light 6 per sewer cent 80 Plant Freely of-the- Varieties r '
FORT MYERS PREPARINGFOR year bonds are .voted.. .... .. TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE ..

WINTER TOURISTS Jacksonville..-City plans to. install.! Each year adds; to the supremacy of Florida's lurpaising

6,000 K. W. engine In electric light I grapefruit in the markets of the North.. With the proceeding : ;

I .j considerable Fort Myers.doing-There in the seems way of to getting be plant estimated to cost $60,000. I education of the American public* to the uses ana merit of WE H vi, :IT ', : .

t. : ready for the big winter travel, citrus fruits Florida grapefruit will become more and more : .
which every person coming in from popular. grower whose land is adapted to grapefruit can :
the North says is sure to come. Kin- WHO KILLED ANOTHER make no mistake in planting freely of the best varieties--'epe- We- are fully equipped' and manufacture all- grades of, .'
lie brothers, who operate a.line of -
It dally of the I late kind .
steamers from this port to Captlva, Arcadia, Fla-A'fatal tragedy occurred lumber ucb and dressed.-.Ceiling;foor'isgr' SicIina- Doors,

Pine islend and Sanibel islend, are at Bermont, about twenty- 'Sash :Laths Door Frames;;:Moulding ',
not going to be behind this season in three miles southeast of this city, Fri- ,Get ,the New., Buckeye. Shingles ,.WindoWand" : :
any particular., Capt. Andr-w; Kiozie day morning, .when. E.. D. Prowden of all hinds Framing, dressed and rough Cypress) Lumber.,

is at present In New York City where shot and instantly killed his brother-I r Nurseries_ Catalog We also carry'a'compiet.line of Bride,Lime;Cement Paints, .
he |s superintending the building of a In-law Henry, 'Nelson.: Both were I i,
.s.4 handsome .passenger steamer which white ment-the.formerjumarried managed i This attractive book tells all about;the culture Varnishes and Glass. 'W_are able"to teJo"fumiah-7 uY .
has,is already the intention been christened of the owners the pixie.It to. aged forty-five thirty-five.and the latter. a.bachelor -i, a* well as'oranges and other, citrus fruit.' It describesthe grapefruit thing, for- .your, -. : "house;.. .- or:'yew barn, ,:-from. ,.'"roof.." >;

place this boat on the run between It appears from the evidence givenat leading kind*-several of them.the introduction of,,Buckeye -, . .- r J.
this city and Useppa island where the_coroner's hearing in this city Nurseries.: ..Whether ; .you are an.experienced grower. or anew I -.1 ;. a t \ I
Baron Collier has a large winter this morning that for some time trou- beginner (in 'citru culture, this catalog you. r n r i,
resort. Kinzie brothers have two ble has been brewing between Nelson : i
'The most- successful ia Send for Free: EstimateWe .
grove practice isfuUyexplained: ,
other steamers, the Gladys and the and Prowden, and that Nelson, who ?
this! book.. While the catalog an enormous,outlay'on .. ..
1' Success. The Gladys will leave Usep Was the brother of Prowden'a wife represents : , .
pal; every morning,' returning in the had made himself. 'vel7.objectionable ir'pa 'tBuckcr: Nurseries will be send a copy:, ... "" . : I'I
afternoon while the Dixie will leave In many ways, having often threaten.. free to any person intending citrus\ fruit"trees. :If : . '
*Fort Myers every,morning returningIn .of.Prowden.and his family you want one writer the edition j*. exhausted:. I :10. w31.k 4,.lad to gin!'you.Price* atxlEitimita'. RF.E,, :
afternoon; which wul give two ; Matters 'from bad to worse I
:Jhe; grew ... ;;
boats>> daily'to"the island points. The until the fatal tragedy came.; ;' .'- ;- Buct.Av.'Nur.erlea'' "Jr-'<" ., : ,'Contractors" t"t'o., ''.. 'house'bT. ' receive. prtspt. atitrtiesj.- ,"

Success ,will handle 'frelght .for the The coroner's'ury, empaneled In ..,..., ., . " ,1 ; .i "
Islands. .The new schedule will_more\ this city by direction of Justice"Arm .-.-.. .. <...., "."' --'I-j, ,. .". 'I'. .
.than-likely be put tp'operaUon"ab ut' strong made an investigation, the ..q' .... ;
the first of November;as it Is thought killing of Nelson by Prowden, and concluded .', Yellow Pine Lumber Co.J
.the new host will be ready' and herebr ,in,the verdict"that. Prowden ; ,
hat time.This will give the most acted In self-defense, and consequent.lyProwd.u _
complete transportation by far todown who.was then held....a 1 IK" v ? tttft: ? *' *" *" .4, .14.
liver .points and.wlllrfilla--long prisoner' encllnlP. :.feein.rostlgaUoiy, r x ib f I : ;Phone 19S .KiU: nnH'd'"fJn'l" : : ;" :+
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I -' been'warned tn'tirae..I' Aim 'going on 1 FL&p,' ORDERED TO'' in the lower" end of 'the'county, I

Eradicate Canker; record Tight here with the statement I LOWER RATES ON LUMBERPensacola.Tbe ty-four.. In 'the district'',from I

. JjjS IWoraafl'sWorWA that unless a crop pestt bill i* passed Raflroad to 'Fort Lauderdale _:,and. "
at the next session of the legislaturethat Florida many other that-ha. not bees
QfleNcessityTJs EnoughIf I am done growing-citrus fruits Commission )ha*Unied *n order to the covered.-we, :must realize-that .ens. ese/

i jn Florida Yes,"..he resumed,. 'i4wcannow LonJBvJIle Nashville railroad to put in grave danger and the grower , .
into effect October-, the new '
'on embled together 'GainesvflU
-' see daylight but I believe it .
T.iapas;;F: ..-..-'The only thins nee* canker'may be' carried- from i .one tree Aeya'.1.ady" l' Aue., I Sa going to'' cost us .t. least $2,000 a .eb commission rate u prescribed ,week must do -their patt.for ,the .
1;,. esary for"eradicating the citruscanker.wtiieta > I to anothel:-by,the large yellow grasshopper trlan fled. Crew .Works' month for the next year for the purpose by the' for all divisions in vatlon of,an Industry. ' .'
a has ,recently been ;..importe ; and so we believe that we are' of keeping'up these inspections I this state. The 'new tariffs, show a big
< tot put Inspector* In 'the told( is ..threatened and that this Grower Need Help rate on a carload of lumber CUSTOM HOUSE siclilD r
and J am I'Ure' thf will be done with must become a state fight instead of a These grower, need help. ;:Every. for a .haul of more than 25 and :.: '
oat.,'great' difficulty". said Business local one; we must, go to*the aisist- grower in Florida .(., or'should be, vf- under 30 miles is $7.60, while the. old Washington, D. Manager L. D. 'Jones of the"Florida.Citnu ance of the Belelanl who have cer- tally Interested.< The fight of the rate was $14.40. ",been''intder has signed the bill to transfer
t A Exchange' H. has returned tainly 'fought, their Liege with cour growers of. Dade county should f be tariffs ,have '' Florida customs headquarters) from,''
r. ,from an inspection of infected grove age'and skill. v made the fight of the whole state:' Asa consideration by the commission for Jacksonville Tampa. ,
'on ,\h. east-coait and from attending The fight has been carried on 'by K.i" .matter of fact I believe that a special the past several months resulted The transfer will be. made'.just'atsoon
the citrus seminar. Gainesville, atwhlch local associations"of-the Florida Grow- session of the legislature ,.should in an order recently that they become a* the necessary arrangements,
'eradication ,of this and other ers' and Shippers' league The league- alt be l called to appropriate money for effective October 21. The officials of can be completed about;' .January ;j.? ft1
a fW diseases of citrus, trees- Were. discussed. at the south end of the Infected territory ; the battle,, and to pass a crop-pest bill the Louisville & Nashville, however, 1915. ? .
.'Y'", ,,' .. .*. is composed of 225 members 'T ? =M but this would. take time and money are still contesting the matter andj:I The legislation it is learned. Is'
.' '"1''was xorced to leave GaineiviUe every man of whom i* paying monthly II needed at once. We know that have'frone into their. !side of the casein complete in itsell. If the president' !
: .,.:.., "before aeminar -closed," continued dues into the_ fight fund.. .Those who M l stock has been sent from infected an.exhaustive manner' and filed amass desires he can at any time in the future .
Mr. ,Jones, ,"but at the time the plan hIVe no ready casn are giving/ service nurseries! to many' different parts of of exhibits with the commission- create two customs districts in
toraise, needed .funds was to assess One man who was out of funds offered I, Florida. This canker may be working ors Florida] provided he can find a district ,. ,.
nt and of land the cash received 'in counties and somewhere else in the country that he-
each bearing grove $1 an acre: ten acres other right now, carried
work the them-
each non-bearing. grove fifty cents an from the sale to go into the war chest. t the nature of it not be suspected. Im' selves is costing on by between growers$40 and $600 would feel justified in abolishing., '
_ ,acre. When I left $5,000 had been We have never anywhere seen a finer mediate funds are needed, not only to outside
1 week. This is entirely of Control. Public Welfare:
raised in this way at the meeting and spirit of co-operation. There J1ave' help the Dade county growers, but to per \
the work done the I'
'I I understand that afterward a committee been but very few to oppose the general . follow up these shipments and to Inspect and Shippers'directly by FloridaGrowers' Frank Mrs. Lenora Z. Meder has been al,. '4
4 was appointed to raise needed I plan. We were told of three men and reinspect until it is abso-i pointed commissioner native wel..
Stirling has been In charge of the work
belt first said would not even fare. Mrs. Meder is a of Ken ,
funds throughout the citrus on who at they utely] certain that these groves are :
for and
be to be made their had. the league, we everywhereheard tucky, and has had the education of &
the same plan. The disease must allow inspection on clean. No state money is to his work of in the
,tq ;. ..eradicated, or many valuable groves property, but who later gave their consent Growers, crate men, packing house highest terms. We spoken understand that a lawyer. Her duties under the or.
and ruined..and but who have stated that they dinance will be the' general management ', badly injured I supply men, nursery men, shippers the league originally had $2.000 for ,
I feel that the growers of South Flor- would not allow their trees to be burn- and every interest connected with the and control of the public welfare '''I{
ida and the east coast will prove fully ed. So far no infections have been citrus fruit industry should respond available this purpose. do.How not much know. is now department, and she will"have/ -::-

awake to the need of prompt effort in found on any of these properties. The liberally to the call for emergency We do we not want to be alarmists power to appoint, under the ciriljftrvice -
( :thl. regard. leaders are going slow. They say that money and I have faith to believe that ourselves in wherewe law, all subordinate officer A !
nor place a position
"Editor E. A. Wright of the Florida there is no need ,to force the issue they will. will k-Iuwu ed.f1lJ,1''ing'fwolf'ltoo assistants. __ t 11tt'
roW.r arrives-no_use .
until the time
: : trip proper -Sevpnty.ttvE'-Crower.- often, but we do believe that thereis Austria's ht- and
:of inspection," "Mr. Jones further said, 'crossing the bridge: until they come to Photo by "' American Press Awoolatlon.ABOBDVOBKUI Mr. Krome tell. me that upwards of necessity for immediate action. independent theological schools have-: ,
L and in his last issue he present art It but we know from the firm setting I seventy-five groves are infected, and With affected .
[< story on the citrus canker that IfLl at the lips as they speak of It that MARIA THIRBRA.: that many more than this are under over seventy properties 81,646 ,r

# excellently written, covers the situation the spirit of the old Boston Tea Partyis The report that the Archduchess constant inspection. On an inspection J
thoroughly and should be read there and we can guess what the Maria Theresa heads Red Cross work report made September 5 ten groves
f 'try every rower In Florida. result will be if the grove owners hold in Aii .-tria brings to public attention out of eighty inspected showed no new
Mr. Wright's Story. J out. We heard of another man who I a princess, whose devotion to 'p:"vxl i infection. On September 10 thirty-
.' Mr.. Wright's story in the Grower, I would not allow his trees to be burn- I work is notable in Vienna. She is a seven 6f them showed no new infec-
,'on the interesting! subject, is as follows ed, five infections being found! Four I lady of honor of the Order.of St. Elisabeth I tion. This week he had reports so
: days later eighty-eight infectionswere of Bavaria. far on but thirteen groves, and of
'"' ". In' company with Manager Jones of found and they were all burned these twelve showed no new infection.In INSTOCK

? Florida Citrus Exchange, I have without the consent of the owner honored in south Florida I. -Gen all, there have been destroyed to t
been visiting the citrus canker battleground though he now agrees that the burning oral! Goethals in the whole as .United'- '' September 10, 1,525 tree and 100,000 I Ii
the lower east coast, wise move.Tallahassee trees. At the present time thetfHICHESTER '
9 on war I was a States. Mr. Krome nursery .
been Grove Affected.We gays that he ; PLANERS RES"' '''. STBAM FEEDS 1 (

'barred correspondents in that not section.yet having The Florida hoard of another case; this made knows in that the great fight of gains late, have and been that i I S "I..L LSO MATCHERS SELF PEED RIP 1 \,
!Grower has .for some weeks been where the owner lived In Tallahassee TOWER EDGERS TRIMMER
he believes
daylight be BaA Ao
sounding the alarm as regards this a Methodist minister. This is last, but he "Oh can seen at t.Tlla : := ,N.D.:" "PERKINS- SHINGLB MACHINERT i
says: why did they : l w. -l .
.a. ..
to the citrus industry, isolated one of old bearing: ENGINES mm I 40 SAWMILLS
new grove
menace an
not of this 1'11I. Ia red
warn us condition
y and I wanted to see first hand whether ,rees. Five trees were found infected. I months ago ? We have spent many thou I .,. ......... .totted. ./a.wilt.. n.F'Blue "RU-bo.r..c.A T BOILERS at to 4e .. LJ*'. ..* Irma"y

( or-not the'situation was as serious This was before radical measures sands .of dollars and destroyed property nIAI/Va HMANVl'lVL*-., for.*.. SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYORS R
as wehad been led to believe. We were adopted. These trees were amounting to other thousandsthat I rM"k.u.. liat>l4 GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS
y .spent but one day in the infected stripped of leaves and fruit and the might have been saved, had we I BY R 6GiSisoorwi LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS y
but believe that what we branches were all trimmed back, the --
we - -- -- '
;country - -- - - ;
saw gave us as much evidence as I stripping! being, all hauled to a nearby - --- - BITS toe mil ...... .f .. '
five w
though we had stayed n month, and cleared field and burned. In .
r not have grasped! all'' weeks tree in the grove: was i SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES F ,
'though we i
1 the details,may we do believe that we found to every be diseased and have since BELTING 4 ....>.-., .*
have a comprehensive idea of the : been totally destroyed by fire. Choice of Five Tourist Trains LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS
'cope of the work that has been found We were very fortunate in immediately -, EVERYTHING FOR TQId' *
necessary, and the danger to the I (retting in touch with the ]leaders SAWMILL i'

_ r dustry., in-I I the generals who are In command J North and Northwest e Write" for'Woman's -
Highly Contagious. and who rendered us every assistance e 1Prtoe '
The one fact stands out prominent- : in their power to give us a full knowl-
17.- that this highly I edge of conditions. If there ever

.. 4 contagious, and that thewhole state is I was a time when it waft felt that the "Dixie Flyer" "Sell llole Limited" "Dixie Limited" S y'd'
..threatened. We found people who be- J news of the true state of affairs would \ M'
I lieve that it may be even carried from : hurt the section if widespread, that "South Atlantic Limited" "Montfomery Route" Y1'I

_ :, one grove to another by birds, ands j I time has passed, except possibly 1
:.. they seem to present solid arguments among the real estate agents. Nearlyall f' '
.. 'for such belle They absolutely know I realize that this is no local affair, Pullman Can from Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Louisville, and ,
that it has been carried by men and but one ef statewide importance I 1

\i' animals; they know that in their first I Over Seat of War. intermediate points to Jacksonville. Dining. and.. :- y
; j endeavors to destroy the canker they A. L. Hearn of Naranja is a Observation Cars, Via BargainClllb' .M1
'JJ'", 'did much themselves to spread the I grove owner and owner of a packing 'fe
J'] of stripping the leaves and cutting I mittee of the growers' organization.Mr. . VIA .
"+4 back the branches hauling this Hearn met us at Naranja and in By a very fortunate arrangement with the publishers of one of'the ;:-

.;to the'edge. of the grove, where debrl'l I his machine took u* to the very eat Atlantic Coast LineSTANDARD most popular magazines for women and the home; we are enabled
'j* in '
burned, and it'Is now known that of war. He showed u* groves MAGAZINE twelve months :
;'they carried theeankn'evelY..tep of) trees have been destroyed; showed tie to offer you McCALLTS ? (aNt onejrN, x.

I. 'the way through the grove. They are nurseries that have been totally wiped McCALL drat pattern), with our own paper, unexcelled as home ..'
.1,, 'now' burning the tree as it stand,) out, a hundred thousand of nursery RAILROAD. OF THE SOUTH.. paper for all the family-at a special reduced club price thatwill save' ;
i to very roots:' For this purpose i stock having been, burned and took you money and afford you a wealth.of wholesome entertainment, '

, have invented a large blow torch. :. u* to,where the work of destruction A. W. FRITOT; D. P. A., J. G. KIRKLAND D. p.,A., valuable i information and interesting u -tQ-th..minute news.THE .
: fi is fed with distillate and at... I* now going< on. We saw the inspector '
.. in' 'a "very'.short time,)I at work, and we believe they are ,138 West Bay Street.Jacksonville Hilhboro Hotel. > :VALLET' GAZETTE i

_ f'1" leaves, stems and fruit,f thorough work.,. When Fla. Tainpa. Fit every Frida for year, 1.'5 0
.?v-'down; to, the very root.' ,:We'saw one{infection found that tree marked X. McCALL'S MAGAZINE x'
rtree. thus treated that had borne with a piece of white cloth. The fire for one year, including BOTH' R ,
it- 1"ent7-nine" boxes of fruit last season. wagon follows the inspector. FREE Pattern-
: .
V" .- Sections Infected. I Destroyed by Fire.In Saiwyfl.n.ykee5um..r"neat W.n.,1III4_......
**" "We -Sren Informed that infections one very young grove we were 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111WHICH 1 1 1 . '
."; have been found at points all the wayyfrom'.Fort permitted: to approach the !scene of I I McColl's Magazin is loved by more than Do Not Miss This MoneySaving .
; Lauderdale to Detroit, but operations, being cautioned not to \ 7,200,000 American Women "-
.Is most prevalent at Redlands. Home- touch a single leaf. We paused at ONE WILL YOU BUY ? OpportunityMe
'Jv stead'Suvef Palm and Naran a. Our one doomed tree until the fire wagon McCALL'S ia their home helper .
'>: first'contact .canker was at arrived, and it was only after some bringing every month 84 to 136 big pages (all ,,f CAU.S: MAGAZINE
,;- ;&:Miami." In compantr with ex-Sheriff search that the operator was able to attractively illustrated and printed on fine
.. ?)Frohoek''We' drove to the Drake grove.! show us the infection; one single Sixty 'acres of excellent land with a bearing grove consisting of quality paper) brimful of valuable] informationon '<1."
*M t I'wsa. told that the first inspection one leaf. In his search lie
: : spot on grapefruit and tangerines, about nine acres; also two acres of clothe., food, ,
houte-keeping. recipes
oranges : pure
tif, ?: had 'shown five trees affected there. was careful himself not to touch the .
' >," These;were not treated immediately, tree with hands or clothing young grapefruit grove not yet bearing but thrifty trees, which will cooking:, entertaining:, health baby beauty,
'...*and ,.1 few days later thirtythreetrees The next operation consists of soon be paying a revenue; also about ten acres more land to farm that etiquette plain and fancy needle work embroidery t

,-""*\ were found diseased. These have lighting a small fire beneath the tree is cleared, adjoining the grove, apd several acres rick muck soil, very home dressmaking:, home millinery 2
rr 'all been burned and the rove is beIn..watt'hedL and then distillate is sprayed on productive for trucking and farming. This property adjoins a large and and home decoration; r m
r...!58 but not as closely as it through a long nozzle, the power s
Pshould beThe main entrance to the coming from a hand-pump on the beautiful lake, a very pretty place to build a home, all fenced but no "
' grove has been.T>locked by a movable wagon, which we understand was donated buildings. This tract of land is one of. the very beat in Florida, and because McCALL'Sistheirfashionauthority ,
.;. barrier'and' while we were there & by the Painter company. A worthy of close investigation, and can be had for 8000. Terms if and guide in correct dr...(for themselves and s

; .*,covered huckster's cart drove out. huge bonfire results and after the tree desired. This place is a little over a mile from school, and two and a children),showing over 50 new designs: of latest iS,
? '
t \ : The trees along the driveway. apequite'large Is wholly't'onllumed the ground for tylea monthly and telling what"to wear and xf f
half mile station.
."' with branches that over- a distance of six feet on' every side Is railway and how to make it at least expensebecauseMCCALL'SI.morethanamagazine; le
1 -'spreacl.the roadway, and no doubt theanvastop seared by the fierce flame of this
of the wagon touched large blow torch. Spores may lurk In SubprbanPropertY I ) : '
'Se of times. This the and these takingno Monthly.Uto lMp tr aTmrnW ground men are
more than a fashion authority and household *lit-=/J A *
..'same':' cart no doubt was driven intoman'other chances. Fifty acres good land, about half citrus fruit land ajid balance good guide-because McCALL'S is a real FRIEND FREE. MeCALL'.PATTERN s,
in- the neighborhood Experience at Homeaiead.
grove. farming, trucking and grazing land lets than-a quarter of a mile from and INSPIRATION all women who Club" m r cliuB*, lf tor *
.' We can easily imagine the re- We were also fortunate in meeting to appra. ,
WcCAUU'S n<*l'*' on el UKMcCH a.lea.M
'/ault.' 'They know of the alarming nature W. J. Krome of Homestead. Mr. city limit. of Kissimm Owned by a widow' who ii a non-resident, elate the best in magazine reading-the best in Dim piwW rMMnt.card FREE dins to Uc>Th tor !1S 9

,,' of the contagious feature down Krome Is president of the local association and will sell for $50 per acre, on liberal terms if necessary. This land, stories and article to entertain and the best in SBS rvqunt Wnl STtk-101- i

f,'J" to::the Redlands .ecUon. Every ih- and one of the live, lead so close to a good thriving town, with good high school churches and practical department suggesting way to van len car ,r.IWUi q pan $ C4LL :
,J.q B>ect r,.and there 'are over thirty of ing spirits of all this part of south market, will be worth $100 rATrBaN"g .
soon per acre. economize, to earn at ligntenburden
,them obliged to wear a one-piece Florida. Mr. Krome is Known all the money -
"' ,canvas. suit before entering a gro e. way from Miami to Key West, and : and to make life more worth while. 1e: wa___....a.; .... l
If'': infections are found there this was the engineer in charge of the ,Five' Acres Farm Inside City LimitsThis
e.1 'aoit ,is. taken 'off when the construction work of the Florida East 5% '
'4n 'and ;washed in a solution of Coast extension, work that in a way it a delightful little home, nice.cottage of six room, good Send il JO at Once fqr die ;"Woman's Bargain Club" to
Me bride of mercury, and another equals that of the building of the barn, splendid well of pure, soft water, and good land for fruit or tug. ,
'+. inVi*' donned before' entering aner Panama Canal and so Mr. Krome Is 1
trucking. Can sell off lots for building if let land it desired. Price } 160
... grovel', These
.web :suits' 'N. I SOUR. ACID, STOMACHS The Valley Gazette KissimmeeMonthly.
-* ",* Carrvlnr the Canker. $2,500..Forty ,
Ar e,.'' tell many 'stories as to how Each 'Tape's. Diapepein" digests 3000 Acres Close To The City: '' .
carried from onepevs
tats canker ha been ) grain, food ending all stomach .
to the next. One man had'beenssry misery in fir."minute We have forty acre about two mile from the city limit, and one This COUPON Now for the .
.careful No Infection had been .
j .,
mile from another station. -Land is level soil well
nearly good adaptedto
ou'his ,
allowed no'one
toaDd.;_ He Time itf! In five minute all stomach S
except .th. .inlpect: r, yet the distress .will go. No indlgestioru} citrus fruit and farming. This would make desirable home and "Wom n's BARGAIN. Club 2

-.. .r:.was finally discovered. How heartburn, sourness or belching 6f : fine grove can soon be propagated on this Land.. Unimproved. Ownedby 1 1Kieeimmee
t.oam* there watt a'.myatel'.untll.he gaIt add,or eructation of undigested a woman who'will ell for $25 per"acre i 'one.third cash; balance'In \

_nbered" 'got'that out'and one was night found one' in of a food 110dininel'or headache,' bloating", foulbreath ': one, two. three, four and five years if desired. with interest at 7 percent To The Valley Gazette Date____.._________.____.:.
that "was afterward found to t rape's. Diapepsin i* noted for its , on deferred payment ..:-

i t grove n ;;tThe was fond Infection where in the the first calfl rfpeed It 1* the.In rarest regulating, quickest upset stomach stomach rem- Many"other bargain of any kind desired,iimproverl or'unirnprovedv, I"encW' $K50..for which please] tend me the "Woman' '* Bargain .: : '\r

;known 'to hava come',ln {eontac/ edy in the whole world and besides it : Club, ,as advertised by ,you. .> . ;; *$ <

... .:, Dr..t. ;'Byrd.. oNara.that i* .harmless. Put an end to stomach "flr k
,.... .h ''ha* been trouble -forever by getting,', a' large NELSON NAME -.Jl '
s:'ht infec- fifty-centcase of Pape'. Diapepaln REALTY CO. .... ..-------------...:--_.;. ____. -'I,

III wu Sound ja pee qee.:" This in-; from any drug tore. 'You' realist in A-: :
'.b.gaz :at: the'PrJ: : and five minute bow' needles it i* to suffer -a ....---...----________-_.- '..$T' L '- :, M
jIksd .re.pity dewa. i'Mc e..tltI from indigestion,'dyspepsia: or any -
oo,. "b"'IIf 'WI stomach-disorder., t.If the quickest, 'R REAR STATE :JANj"K: SsiNME ; FLA. ; t'1'

does 'not .e.m'1a' y.', rNQtlterr'm.fl5 .unlt.and moat'nannies stomach ,, i :, R.'FV.; p._or Street, or Box. No,...;:""" ';;."'.....;;: _: _...';......_ -, I
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'fc' m.ii..H.B.I. ; i i, T.. i in i i ; :' .. = ." . ., -- -.... .. .- ._ . .. . ,.._. _, ..l__. .. __ Ifs'" .cotfiw. . . 'or.". cotnrrr.. idDall tear. year-except that'of Copt\ As. ' ", . -Jt
< . STATE 0.FLOMIU&. . of Tax.** an4 .Couty TaX',Cob IHl.Eb BAIlEY: :
router who elected for two
''In' snail be .
>tE tRIClTYTO Notice ta hereby given that the registration re Estate of until at the s-eneral ejectionto and PsperHaaglag'.
CHRIS KAKNNBI Oaceola [ Painting .
County.Notloe Kara
orYo Folks boob are'now''.)open :liD> A all .. hereby given, to all whoa It la the' A. >T')Ut. when .
. n and after which they shall bo elected :
(1 the precincts""flt Osceola'county, including may concern. A.'D.-tri.\.t.; : apply'1st 4te.:the ofMarelt. for a term of four years. Their powers, INTERIOR WORE A SPEClAL'1j

I the newly established pre- M. Mnrphy.: Judre, of said duties and oOom. .U Legislator. prescribed 21 Mabbette Street... ,:?
HonorableJu law The shall
will by
dncts No. 0 and 10, sad remain .
of final !
( for
my j.
: CROPS for and ;
HELP by law the care cu.prroovide .
I open two days in _.h week discharge aa Administrator' if .the ..-' County fund and. shall .,
J- : 'lrlab.rmn' '
.. A Smolt until the first Monday in October tat. 'Of Chris Kennel deoeaseet. a..4th.t the"m.tho4 ef reporting and .-. "", 3af
,t With Rod and Cr..'., C.,W. GRIFFIN at-the same time I will prevent to paling out all such funds.Provided. '
said Court tay final accounts aa Administrator -
I Treasurer's elected
5/ Los AI1 eIe The process: of ';w.*- 88-4t' 'Superviaor. of Registration. of. said, "estate" and ask tor'.thtlrapproval. ... I"holt General-Election.held office for '' In elected.' 114 shall C. THRASHER;: :

',,J.',Ansonra Southern California In. lfOTlclIf.; ,Dated Sept. llth. A. l?. 11114, the'term- ''f '

*:venter, for the sub-irrigation'of the ", .JvH.HBNt.ET', ,Administrator.XOTICa . A. Joist He *l.tle.. SHEET'METAL ,WORKER
!. CtrvmH Cewrt:: rib "...;t.. Clre ltf
; lIOn electrical currents is likely : 9pecfalty.Phone .
by ; FlorIda. !. cad I.. Oeeeela Ce::: ..ty. ,Steel Ceilings a ..
..,to' be'received with interest !. Chaaeery., 'TO CREDITORS. Proposlns' an Amendment to Section -

. Since the beginning. of, the present t ..rt'. ike .. 11 of Article IV of the Constitution of 149-R.. . Hisflmmee.Fla.DR ..
C t .
or PETITION!] ; TO'BIB )lAD. I. Ce ty Jaece. State f the State of :Florida Relating to the
/ ,had been demonstrating. the 'A FREE DEALER FI.e1/ Ce.aty._ .l.1-:: : _,. Appointment of Commissioned Offlcort T
:t"Warhe on a little tract of land near In r. Estate of _tation on, the Covina line Notice to a11'to whom It n>ay-e neern To, al,Creditors Letateea. Dlstrlbatees B. It Resolved b7' the Le..l..t'lll'. 0 ot SIMPSON tY
of the Pacific,Electric railway Florida, said Estate: '. ain.ndmint to .
of Bt. Cloud. Osceola.- County.> against .
The originally tried out W. 14 of-Article XV of the Con.
process was will apply to the Honorable ..m. 'You, and each of your are hereby no

'in. El Paso Tex., and more recently the Perkins'Seventh, Judicial Circuit. Circuit In Court and for of tided claims and and required demands to which present any stltutlon hereby agreed of.the, to State and shall of Florida bo sub.mitteto Is Upstairs In Bata Butldlait:
, In ,the ''San Fernando'Valley. where Oaoeola State of Florida, on the either of you may have a..arn.t' or the electors of the State foradoblfon t r1,
its .value it. said ''to have been shown 10th d...,count"t ob.r A. D. II, at>t>- _t.t. of C. y', PrevatV 8r.. deceased election rejection at the next tnraf mcK HOURS j r> ;.JotS5:3oi ylT.Ieplton.No.i
In1 Land. Florida wherever be may be, late >of Osceola County Florid... tll theundersigned hereafter that la to say, .Jwn.B.'lvp,
': ,connection: with the planting on a or take charge of that Section 16 of Article IV shall bo .: &. [ .
for a license to manage administratrix of slid estate "
small model farm established the amended of'jll.
so to read
by aa
as tollpw.rall
and control her property>> and to becomea within two years from the date
James Investment-company. free dealer 1nevery' re.Dect.' hereof. commissionedoofflcir.Hof,) appoint WARStIN'DENTIS'1
Anion ,claims for his system that It H. D. ER.P.UUofter'a Dated JtJy IZnd A. Du 11 It., Militia Including', ? an adjutant tbe general State .,' VST. ,.. ,

will- stimulate and accelerate Solocltor- SARAH A. PREVATT. for the State, .with rank .
plants Dated Sept. II, A. D. 1514., '. .' Administratrix. of brigadier ?
general, who shall be chief
growth save much of the labor now Z. F. KRIBBS. The duties of staff. -'

t' '. expended In ditch Irrigation reduce ha xtA' NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION Land Attorney for Estate. Sl-tt officers ao appointed and compensation.hall.b.- fixed of all by Ofnce over Cole's-Jewelry Store
.\ .:'waterj bills to a minimum and prevent Department of the Interior. U. B. Jaw. The terms, of office of all comtnlsloned "
p' 10''' either by unusual heat or by Office at Gainesville. Florida. A'P.NcJ.bJ'.I - NOTICE ELECTION. officers of the organised'.. Office Hours ,,82: 1-B:
: Itla shall be continuous during the Office ri
:< ., t frosts. He asserts that every hereby-'riven that Daniel \Vhereast The Legislature of ttll. pleasure of the Governor: subject to phon. 'J68
"' am lie pv.ts forth has been provedsraetua I* McLaughlin of Alger. Florida who. under the Constitution of .1IU. of theStateofPloHda. such laws as may be. .nacre -tla. ____x--Jt".deDc.. -_,.;... ,
"' *'-- - on.Mal JO. l/l1. made Homestead Bn- .--did..... three-Joint Legislature providing for.their, retlre- Gee administered for extraction of UethDR. p
v. Y demonstration; Ak try, Serial No. ..u. tor S 1.1 of Lots Reaolutlofla proposing amendment to men, for age or other causes .
t'' Thl process itself is simple to Inh1 IandIandN1.5ofLots 4 and f. Section -Constitution of the State of Florida '- k
! 1 and of operation. Tile con- 14, Township (1 South. Range 14East and the aame were .aareed to by a "
easy Tallahassee: Meridian, baa filed vote of thre4-flftha of-all tbe members A .'/....:.-. ...
,' IU are laid in the soil at a depth notice of Intention to make Copimuta elected to each house: that the votes
,i ?of from fourteen to- sixteen inches tion Proof, to establish claim to the on said Joint Resolutions were .ntered Proposing An Amendment to Section B. S., GEIGER
land above described, before Clerk of their One of Article V of the ,Consti. FHTVICIAlf AND SVQNOB
!':' land about ten feet apart. Galvanized upon respective Journals ,,
Klsslmmee, Florida tution. tothe Judiciary. '
the Circuit Court, at
The and
with yeas nays thereon and R..lau.'l ,Citizens Bank Buildla
e wiring is run through each conduit on tike 11th day of October 1114. did determine and direct that the Be, It by the 'Legislature.
- :the current that is supposed to work Claimant names) aa witnesses: R. ZJ.WUlls said Joint Resolutions b. submitted to the State of Florida: Klssimmee, 'Floi
of Alrer. Florida; J. B. O..n.l the electoos of the State at the OeD.ralm"ctlon That the following t-mrdtwftbo to ' d' .
the various benefits attributed to the ;:
S SAlger :
Fk 1. of Al.: r. Florida; C. R. Richards o> : In November. 1(14. Section One of Article Phonest Office 297 or N' ;,,-
system being derived from a feed line Florida; B. H. Guy, of AJ..r.Floria. Now, Therefore, I H. Clay-Crawford. stitution !. b.reby.d to and shall .: .
extending across the end of the C .. Secretary of State of the State of Florida bo proposed and submitted to the elec ResJdenee, 268. ,. .14-ly?
HENRY s, CHUBB. tor of the State for approval or re 1
do hereby rive notice that Gen r
orchard or garden plot. jection at 'i ,
Register eral Election will be held In each coun- the next general election 1
When Used in Groves. Pboto By American Press Association. ty In Florida on Tuesday next succeed Ono hereafter of said, that lrc1o shall i said bo amendedso Section fitT
'" FOR FINAL tar the. nrst Monday in N..mb.,1
When the l is used in groves NOTICE OF EXECUTOR aa to read follows
process as :
A. D. 1114 the said Tuesday being the I .
.t. the plan followed'is that of having apoeitirb Among the youngsters who paradedat DISCHARGE. third day of November for the ratification State Section 1. The judicial power of the M. RIVERS. M. D.
shall be
?." and a negative current on the recent baby carnival at Aabury tm C..rt .. the C..t,. jBdce, State .1 Resolutions or rejection proposing of amendments the said .:Joint to '. Court. Circuit Courts vested Courts In a of Record PHYSICIAN" SURGEONOtlloe _

> either side of a row of trees with an' Park was One who caused a great deal ....... the Constitution of the State of Florida of Escambla County, Criminal Courts : and
I upright tile outlet at each tree. At the of merriment. He is a son of one of In re Estate of Charles Edward Frank vis.: '> County Court County Judges. and Justices Osceola PhirmaxjvResldeoce '
of the Peace and such other Courtsor over
]1n. Osceola County.Notice .
of each outlet is resistance ceil. A .Joint Resolution )roposingan .
o top a the members of the fishing club of la hereby given to all whom Section 'of Ar- Commissions ..,tho Legislature m.7'from '
Amendment to Six ('),
In winter the coils are heated by elec- that city and marched as its mascot It may concern that on the Id day of tI... (II of the Constitution of time to time ordain and establish PHONE-t I M
i tricity the current being generated bye As the picture shows, he is 'fully November A. D. 1114. we shall apply to the Eight of :Florida.. relating to County The Legislature may prescribe the r Oftlee US ;
of compensation of tbe Justices and
the Honorable T. M. Murphy. judge* Officers.Be t1tX
thermometer which automatically equipped to capture anything the aid court as judge of probate for a it resolved by the Legislature .of Judges: of the several courts, but no
opens a switch the moment the mercury way of fish that has the temerity to final aa executors of the estate the State of Florida: court heretofore established under the
foes below the danger point. The bite his hook. Probably if he hooked of Charles Edward Franklin de- That the following amendment to Constitution and laws of .Florida, shall
c ceaaed and that at the same time we bo hereby abolished. L. WINN,
inventor declares at times of threat- ;; Section Six (1) of Article'Eight (S) 1'l
't a big one he might be a little frightened will present. our final accounts as executors of the Constitution of the State of .
ened frost the automatic regulation and look for some grownup to of said estate, and ask for their Florida la hereby agreed to and shall PHYSICIANOf
of the curernt will create in the aluft'lclent take it off the hook. But that Is only approval. be submitted to the electors of the The votes cast In compliance with a
to the atmosphere Dated May 1.hL! BREAKER State at the general election to beheld said proposed amendment and the fie. 2nd Floor WlllsonRaaroanna B11IIdla..
heat keep ,
i supposing. Boys at A.buryPark are H. on the first Tuesday In November.A. canvass declarations and '
around the tree at a safe temperature used to fish and fishing and In all ELLA M. FRANKLIN D. 1(14, for ratification or rejection thereof shall be subjected to r.tum.1 paona 41 Kiaanmaax
,thus eliminating dangerfrom : probability the lad here pictured Executors. Section (. The Legislature shall provide regulations and restrictions Orrica PFOHB V7. reap, ,
OEO. F. PARKER. for the election by the qualified provided by law for general
a possible freeze. would quickly pop the big fellow right Attorney. electors In each County of the following In the Stat. of Florida. I I
,". According to Anston the system Into his creel. Fishing is great sport county officers: A Clerk of the In Testimony Whereof, I have hereuntoset '' T-\B, C, I* HTATTL7 leyPhysician
hand and affixed the GreatSeal
.t> aerates the soil, the currents of air if the fish bite, but is rather tiresome Invigorating. to the Pale and SicklyThe Circuit County Court.Assessor a of Sheriff.Constables Taxes a Tax Collector a my of the State of Florida, at Tallabassee and .1.

'* and electricity passing! through the when one waits for hours without evena Old Btandird rmenl etrraithmtalr tonic, a Superintendent of Public Instruction the Capital, this the twen Surgeon. L' -f
conduits causing a capillary attraction nibble.M4KES. OROVK'8 TASTELBS8 chill TONIC drf_.out and a County Surveyor. The ty-fifth; day of .J 17'. A. D. 1S14. .- Phones :
which M aari..enricbe.the blood Jind buildsnplh*.ysum. term of officeof all County officers H. CLAY CRAWFORD. Kiedmmee
_" reaches moisture from five A true tonic. For adult and children. Sue 'mentioned In this Section shall be for (SeaL) Secretary of State. OfAce.1t1.. "
., to seven feet in the ground. One of BACKACHE Res.. ; OAR 'Flor4dp '
... - -
., the claims for the. process is that it - - (

.,... 111-cause the' soil to so retain motets -- ,
to remain in an "ashy" condi- : e
1 en instead of packing and becoming QUICKLY 'DISAPPEAR tt.D. GEIGER

hard, as in the case of ordin.rYJr- 1
face irrigation with water. PROOIESSF'EBusiness . .'

The inventor asserts that through A FeJ Doses Relieves All Such Office State Bank Building

.$ .e use 'of his system a single gallon Miseries, Bladder Weakness, .

fof ;water, in the conduits will serve Kidney Trouble and Rheumatism ,. Kisalmmee., Florida' .

, n 'tbe'pIJryo.e of forty gallons used un- Promptly :Vanish.I .

der ordinary methods on the surface. " '

.-The water he explains, is carried I It is no longer ces..ry.for anyone People' | Q-Fft- ...F..PARKER.
:: .
is need. rAttoreey '
it kid-
directly to the place where to suffer with backaching, .
' ed. He points out, also that under his ney trouble, have disagreeable bladder ,' ;at-Law.; }i' ] '*.

plan, no ground space is wasted for to contend '* '
and Conveyaacias
construction. .with rheumatism i tSpecia .

Citrus Fruit Experience. witb., stiff,Joints and its, heart- You ShouldKISSIMMEE: Krt 1 . ;

: U In, summing. up the results o( his wrenching. pains, for-the '1Ie", discov- w. 112) Broad, .," :t t ;" :'':''''' .

,v demonstration, Mr.-An.on states that ery, Croxonv quickly and surely relieves -' .;-

..eitrui fruit trace set out on his ,WH- all suck troubles. ', ,; ', :1' " ,\),,,,,,.
r t. ,,
In of the present the most wonderful ... ; :KRIBBS'a: ;
: mar plot April year .Croxone is ,. G F. \ fi. {
: ' :
the , ," ,
i F" have attained a growth of from eigth remedy yet 'devised for ridding IN. .too k ' "

.. to twenty inches of new wood, a gain system"of uric:acid and driving put .- ATTQKJtgY AT LAW 'kJqnixu, FiA.: Arid

t wMchv-aceording to nurserymen Is re-, all the poisonous impurities which 1.-- ' x)
.markable. cause such troubles. It is entirely' : Examination: of. 1t1 a Spe lal7., ,

"! "During my experiments in the San different from all other remedies. It Notification and payment'ot, taxes of ,<

\ '(Fernando 'Valley in 1912, said Anson is not like anything else ever used non-residenta. given careful. ,

yesterday, "I proved to my own sat- for the purpo8e1 It arts on the prin. attention. '

R', ;; Jgfaction the merits of my system as ciple of cleaning out the poisons and

a protection from frost. In a small removing the cause. '

;tract in which Khad ascertained the It soaks right in through the walls, Pat Josnston Q. P, .Garret. ,*

character of 'the toil to be identical membranes and. linings, like water in I JOHNSTON A GARRETT.

I throughout, I had one acre in which a sponge, neutralizes: dissolve and V Attorneys at'Law ,
my process was installed one acre makes the kidneys sift out and filter -- 12' 1 !.\ d
Offices 10 11 4
:' under dry farming and a part of an away, all the uric acid and poisons EGGERSGLUESS &: RIEDEL. F. H. LAWSON O.K. BAKERYE. fcr!

acre under surface irrigation. The from the blood, and leaves the kid- I A. Nlemeyer Citizens Bank Bldg.. ..-

: 'same kind of seeds were planted in neys and urinary organs clean Carpenter and Repair Shop Ivlsslmmee, Florida.

',' each piece. The test came most unexpectedly strong, healthy and well. Cash Red Band Brand Candy '.

on the nights of January It matters not how long you have Inside Furnishings, Screening Store 15c per Ib I

, h-, 8 and 7, when the disastrous freeze of suffered, how( old you are or what and Cabinet Work I LOUIS C.BUMEV .... PlC'I'Otf WA&LOW. _.
Guaranteed Pore. Late Counsel for -
.Iud. Ute .
the of Our Specialty.: ,
affected particular part principle
that year you have used, the very Florida R.K. Comm.- CrtmliialOeort'jy -
'of the valley in which I was oper- Croxone is such that it is practically 10 Broadway. \ ASSEYWARLOW :

.I' ; sting, impossible to take it into the human ; :

./ 1 s :"The plants In'the revealed ground the on hardiest which system without earth There it. It is J J. W. PRENTIS WATERS: .& .CARSONGROCERY W. B. MAKINSON CO.: ATTOKNtnrs AND COUNSELLOR ,

i\.rllad my process nothing else on LAW
.. ;growth of all\, and were the only ones starts to work the minute you take it Pianos, Organs, Talking Machines, CaEverything AT "4 -
alive and thriving after the first time youule Hardware, Cutlery Boat Prsetlee. fill the Courts.f the State and ot!
that were and relieves you Sewing Machines. the United States, also before Ute Deride lLa.Commbrckaios. .
g Of.four Phoenix palms in my it. to Beat. road : and Ute Interstate .
yard, one around which I had installed If you sufferwith pains In your Broadway.W. .Supplies andMachinery. :;;

my process was .the only one that back and sides or have any"signs, of U.1CII..UUno.2I.. ORLAJfDO.1'Li., ;. ,
' was not frozen'down to the ground. kidney bladder troubles or rheumatism G. HANKINS r
Several citrus men in the vicinity of such as puffy swellings under NELSON REALTY CO. O. F. BASS "

Covina "will according to Anson, try the eyes or in the feet and ankles if ,

the process on a limited scale this you are nervous tired and run down, Adding Machines and, 9 Darlington Ave. Contractor In -CV H. JENKINS .

winter. or bothered with urinary disorders of TypewritersFor . Property Sold Plain and Decorative 1
1.jI' on t
Croxone will quickly< relieve_you SURVEYOR .
'' BRINGS aft original Painting and
your misery. You can secure Sale. Commission.D. Paperhanging
' avOUTFIRE DEPARTMENTTar package ,of Croxone at trifling 815 Spronle Ave. Phone 67. Fraternity Hall Kis.immee "
1 ,
first class druggist.All Tin..1.,,
' for cost from any .. "
which was being prepared druggists are authorized to personally t DANNS DEPARTMENT STORE. "
the roof of the new Pilley building on return the purchase' price if it G. MTCAY REAL ESATE E. E. MAGEE

:"'I"f "noon Broadway and caused caught considerable fire Monday excitement after-- falls in a single ease. Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoea, AGENCY Carpenter), and Builder DR. .... 3, HICKS ,

: :: : in the down town district. First ORDER FOR PUBI.ICATIOJlr. Furnishings. Job Work and General Physician y
attracted the Grayatone Block Repairing
: volume of black smoke 1
a I. tae elreult Co.rt. Kev..t. J.dlelal and Surgeon _
:t.'. ''notice of people on the street then (befit. Stateof Florid .. Filing a Specialty
t ? the. fire whistle sounded alarm. and 001. C..7' ; ; 5e and lOe Store on Third Floor. Sell Land Anywhere on Commission. 15 Darling ton Ave. Office Phones ,:iS/*

'i' SVirybody in sight started to see ELIZA A. JOHNSON ) h Ctmmefrf. State Bank Bid. Offca 41-R.s. 4sJJ. ,
blaze 1
Ii :'many Mthem arrived the had ) Order far J. D. CLARK COLE A UNLEY T. R. ELLIS .
throwing sand M. J. JOHNSON, ) P.WI*.tlea.Defendant. I 1
I een extinguished by : : ;
$ ) Electrical iThompson '
Real Estate Contractor
:: '
tar. .
on the burning To M. :J. Johnson. Greeting: ij
-- With the first excitement, an alarm It appearing fromJdlTMavlt filed Inthia Jewelers and Optometrists
M' Water and Light Collector
a in and the fire company cause that the residence .
was defendant M. J. Johnson /. at Resjster. -
''/made, . a quick if useless, run. State of Qeora-la and that there !I. no 26 Broadway. Phone 220 6 Darllagtesi Ave .
; .
+ person In the State of Florida upon ..L...
GRAPEFRUIT. whom the swrvioe of subpoena would e.,
bind the s .14 defendant, and that be B. C STANFORD CO. . DIRECTOR
."g' .,S. Stratton. -began last week toahip'grapefruit Is abovethe.age ,o* twenty-one> year.It : *: ERNEST L. GREEN' ":" andLICENSED" i. w
J. Is therefore. ordered that the defendant. WENNERSjAWYERBoete .' ; .
= from his sixty acre M. J. Johnsondo.' ,. appear to Dry Goods.CUUiins and Shoes,; : ,' ,' : EMBALMER J' ,
the complainant's. bill '- -df : complain 1 1lhr.bhaga .. :
\it .Mr. Stratton '
the lake .1" Sign Writer and Decorative .
groge'across before 'the :i' ; ," '
fliedin thla cause on ,or
f '
Thai packing. house on, the grove 'sot Rule 1 Day In Movember.A..-D 1 1 4.-to- ... I-" .,'fi, *-- aad'StaUsq' 'P"'t., ,. .' .w. ,
: .
fruit and cf said.-month ofNovember +- - *rr':1f L" + II. Ye.Stole "
.he picks and packs his-own : wlt.,'the second day; ., 7"I: : : F : i r" r'
ships it direct to.buyers in Philadelf l<' ..... ,N x .f "-Ii" *;; :A-I ', . ., ': and '
Is load- .And-Itis-further"brdered'lbat- ,, ,'II""c, ., ... .' .I 'h'"' ,1U Broadway.Ge .' '. Phone 2M.' % '' . Chapel, Stewart AT*.,,
York His fruit ,,
phia and New order be published each week fe>r four : . .. .. . . .,' .. ', .
Ted: atPeg,Horn station instead of.inissimmea. successive : week la, the Kleslmmee : OSR10i1t.' .4 ; "'I'IA)>R1DA.
: ;
CO .
" Valley aasttle. weekly newspaper of DUTTON-HAKR1S .. .. >, .' F-'\ "' i
.. .. .....: <* c. said ,. C.RdfL. .. .: .... 1
circulation published- S. < U .
general re <-- S "j H | & 1It .I'
The grapefruit In the grove Is practically Osceola County Florida y \TMDT Freak :Frew tie : f :; e
all ready to ship as fast asH Witness theiHonorable JamesVW: ; '. ., .I "wkealnNeedofa.VrnffiXNAKT
The will not Perkins .:Jndce of the- Circuit Cger Shoe*.. 'CANDYKTTCHEff" ,t, r fr
un be handled. oranges ID and for Oiceola county,, Jlorlda..and : 'i..-.-.. r t. :a. 8UBG90N;'
,ready for'the market for',two. .or, my'bend Clerk o* aid 'Court under 2S Bleadwayl '
..weetai'yeUi' the official seal,thereof, tide the. 'etb ( "a . ;...CaD For.. ';
day of 8ept.mb.r ...A-; D. 1114-- :; 106;,:Breedway.: ,, I>} C' Hew. Fret*,' a! .X r.I---_'D '' ""," '".:lif.? A
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world ( o .. ,
The/highest waterfall in the ; of< : 1';. : ,1 "f' .1 ,
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Clerk .u. Flraul*. Leajbosa Tied -, 't0:0:-
Cholock cascade,. In the Yosemite, (j. r.' Xrlbl.. ...,.........::" ."t.. Court. e (. fl 1" s
SoUciter.rorComplalaafL. , \41.4( ..... ), ;
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0 The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless FIVE CENTS A LINE *,
> See the Million Dollar Mystery 00- chill Tonic is equally valuable a* a j'
6 I DAILY IN REVIVAL GIRL IS MURDEREDAkron ff picture at the Casino tonight. < General Tonic because it contains the FOR SALE-40 acres of combination,

WAR Read the story in the Valley Ga- *- well known tonic properties of QUININEand soil; 150 orange trees; two acres in
I' REVENUE IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesout sweet potatoes; 15 acres teJlced.Good Y
/ The II'J.. :M. Fitzgerald became :| O.-Police followed three ette.. Malaria, Enriches the Blood and four-room house; barn) good
very nick last Friday and loft Saturday clues today in their hunt for the slay '0) 0) Builds up the Whole System. SO water; 20 hogs; horse, wagon;
afternoon for his home -at Truro, cr'.of Miss! Vinnie L. Brecker twentytwo - ntl'l enough feed for six months; every.,
e Iowa.A a pretty Akron girl, whose head '
LEGISLATION - T- ---- thing ready to go to farming
nwssage was sent Friday night was literally hacked to pieces here late Price 1350. M. J. Alderman, Taft; \
N t.o the Kev. Richard W. Lewis of yesterday.A Fla. 41-2tpd ;'A
Nashville, Tenn., to come and take wooden weapon shaped like) a
Washington.. Th administrationwar the leadership of the revival services. tomahawk which had been used by 20 Acres of THIS Citrus Land Will FOR SALE Eight room house, modern -
f revenue bill, imposing additional lie arrived Sunday afternoon at I 1:48: 'j the murderer before he attacked Miss in every respect, latest decora-'
k( '' taxes on beer, domestic wines, gasoline and began with an illustrated lectureat I Brecker with a hatchet, a note unad- tions, beautiful lawn, garage, store
:' special taxes on theatres and 3:00: o'clock and has been in charge: j I dressed and unsigned, reading: Make You IndependentThis house and hennery. Lot 68 by168.
certain dealers and stamp taxes, all ever<<" since. I "Didn't you recognize me last night" Also 21-foot launch for sale 104
; estimated
within a year, waa passed late Friday Bible readings on vital topics at 81 of cardboard, are the clues. j beautiful tract of land is located just 12 miles south of Kisr
A. M. illustrated serviced for Miss Brecker had been interestedin WANTED, BOARDERS At the Tre- +; .
by the house, 234 to 135. ; the -
simmee-near the southwest shore of Lake and 80 rods
children :3:30: 1' M., and work Tohopekaliga, mont Bats and Bra '
t The bill now goes to tho .BenuU. at services at mission! in Akron and wan House corner k8tK.
All the Republicans: and all the 7:15: / P. M., for everybody. widely known and respected. northeast of Lake! Russell-right in between two lakes-this fand is Mrs. Laura Coleman. 40-2tpd
4} i Progressives, except Representative Some of these services are uniqueand I absolutely frostproof, and has a climate so mild that even the tender ,
Copley of Illinois voted against the all of them are intensely inter The experience of recent wars lemon tree thrives free from cold.
bill, and they were joined by eleven esting. The evangelist puts great em- shows the head and the right arm as i. ,
The land itself consists of Hammock Grove which that it
i the most frequent lodging places Of means
the work for
I. Democrats: Representatives Calloway, phasis on the children, '
Rp ; Texas; Church California; Hobson, reasoning logically that it is much projectiles. is high above the water! and covered with a growth of magnificent live

Alabama; O'Hair. Illinois; Ragsdale, easier to reach children than adults oaks, growing hickories and other varieties of hard-wood trees. The .
South Carolina; Sisson, Stephens and and that when a child is saved a life GIVE "SYRUP. OF FIGS"TO immense growth which the old trees have attained testifies not onlyto I
Witherspoon, Mississippi; Stevens also is saved.A CONSTIPATED CHILD I FOR SALE OR EX UANGE.
their long life, but as well to the virtue of the rich sandy top and
New Hampshire Oklaho test was made in one service here,
; Thompson ; .
ma, and Wingo, Arkansas. when it was found that there was Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm clay sub-soil. Your dollars will become growing dollars when investedin Complete "Modern' Picture Theatre ,
Oppotte Beer Tax. one person present that was saved tender little Stomach, liver 20( acres of this soil. Soil and climate combine to make this land in one of the best towns in "
-Representative Hobson of Alabama after fifty years of age; three between and bowels. one of the richest and most fertile tracts in Florida. The tract is Central Florida.
Democrat, declared the temperance forty and fifty; seven between thirty Best location in town. ,
located within one mile of the! John Lee dock and are assured of
you YI
.; forces opposed any tax on beer on the and forty; sixteen between .twenty and Look at the tongue, mother! If Swell front and lobby.
good transportation facilities for fruit.BIGSUREPROFITS. .
principle that the government should thirty, and one hundred and four under coated, your little one's stomach liver your j' Practically: new. '
not be In al- twenty. f Theatre and stage completely and
/ dependent any way. on and bowels need cleansing: at once.
.cohol. I The Rev. Mr. Lewis is a man of When peevish, cross, listless, doesnt modernly equipped throughout .
A The bill would impose an additional striking personality, manifesting not sleep, fat or act naturally or is feverish I Ready for business
,taX of 60 cents a barrel on beer, 2 only great earnestness, but much intensity ) stomach sour, breath bad; has If double and triple inside of I Capacity over 400. ?
want to
you your money a year or Season about) to
of He is whlte-
cents a gallon on gasoline 20 cents nature. a diarrhoea full of open.
sore throat, ,
i "M' gallon, on sweet wine and 12 cents haired young man full of sunshine rive a teaspoonful of "California, two-this is the place. Why pay $1,000 per acre for 'a grove when For Information, address:
'on dry wines, stamp taxes on railway and optimism. Syrup of Figs," and in a few hour tillthe you can buy this high grade citrus land at $40 per acre and then I P.O.. Box 367, Kissimmee. Fla.
t" and steamboat tickets brokers' con- Mr. Lewis is a native.of Mississippi foul, constipated'waste, undigested : ,,rs'ith'the expenditurv of> few dollar and'some labor you can develop Proposition calls for money. Do.
t' tracts Insurance policies, mortgages, ; but now resides in Nashville, Tenn. not answer unless :you mean."bu.
f food and bile
sour gently.'moves your own grove and reap the profits? Write us about this splendid 'Incas
t telegraph' and telephone message, [e has held pastorates and done evangelistic out of its little bowels without griping -
and special taxes on theatres brokers, work in all section of the and you have a well, playful proposition. _
bankers tobacco dealers .and others.M'ADOO'S United State and exhibit and excep..
k ;; child again. Ask your druggist fora .
tionally., cosmic and fraternal spirit. 60-cent'' bottle of "California Syrup ; BREAKER & BARCLAY -
Ue.ha. completely captured our people of' Figs," which contains, full directions
y THREAT IS'I and there la prospect of great s good for babies, children of all- age Adjoining Manhattan Hotel Kissimmee, Florida ,
being done. -
and for grown-ups.. ,
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.,., 0 FOR RENT-8-room residence, fur a'; ; ,
niched, $15; 6-rooni. $10; 6-Tooni. .. "
Vvf d \Washington' D. C.-From state 0 0 *9. E. E. Well, real estate and in- "* :

bank commillroners In Virginia, Georgia 0000.00000000000000.0..0., S aurance 202 Broadway. --.5.5TrA
e Ohio Alabama Connecticut, Mis Episcopal Church. S ,
souri, Louisiana, South Dakota and Sunday next being the first Sundayin FURNISHED room for rent. Apply *
Oregon cam promises of co-operation I IJ the month services will be held as 651 Broadway. 41.2t -\1
with Secretary McAdoo to. prevent''; follows "
hoarding of- funds by banks and; high j'| Sunday: School, 9:30 A. M. LOST NOWHERE FOR SALE-New six-room bungalow:'' t'/
Interelltf rates All the commissioners Holy Communion and Sermon at Water bath electric lights walls'decorated :tit

r' said they are investigating and the I 10:30: A. M. lot in tiffany. Best shaded :;i;
majority said they had as yet seen Jov.ensonaand Sermon at 7:30. Must be seen ;
to be '
.no j indications of such conditions Everyone. welcome. appreciated. Lot 75 by 150. 1'
I'fl 'Secretary McAdoo sent telegrams W. H. BALL, Rector 104 Cherry St. 40-tf ,
') !to the chairman of the clearing house FOR SALE-On
association New York and Baptist Church.At I paved street andi',:['
complaining the church concrete walk in front, one-half :f
'Louis of hight inter- Baptist Sunday
'5 -_-'. eat rate In: those cities. morning, Dr. Holt will" preach as usual COME TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY NIGHT) AND SEEThatMillion' block. No. 704 Brack St., four-room "loh'''' ';!.k
The treasury announced that the This being the time for the cottage city water in yard 89, .r.A
National Park bank of New York had quarterly observance of the Lord's bearing orange and grapefruit ':::t
1 'greed to take care of the $1,100.000 Supper that ordinance will be attended trees, also few peach trees and a I!; '
Sec- to at the hour. As la the /good garden pot. A. E. '
t loan to the state of Tennessee. morning Plant City, Fla OllgQ.od.y-, =
retry McAdoo in a statement said custom for all churches in this cityto :j- .

'the state was having difficulty inv suspend their evening services during .DollarLook FOR SALE-Eight-room house, mod. r'.
;making the loan and that be would a protracted meeting at anyone ern in every respect, latest '' ,
holn-lf necessary. of the churches, this will be observed tions, beautiful lawn, garage, store*,. I.,, ,. -
this occasion, and there will be
on no house and hennery. .
Lot 68 ..
by 168.
services Sunday night in the Baptist Also 21-foot launch 'It
for sale. Rte
i KING BOOZE ,IS church. Wednesday night being the 104'i '
I Ic regular quarterly meeting will! not I I AT THE. CASINO I -1 1 I FOR ;SALE-3,600 acres of timber''J ,"" +

be called in. All reports are expect cut 3,000 feet to acre. Will sell for .
HANDED ed to be made at that time. All night $3 acre. Houses for rent, furnished ...l t
__ KNOCK-OUTi meetings will now begin at 7, insteadof and unfurnished. See J.
b.. 7:30, as heretofore. Owing to the fact that the film for this wonderful f MePhatter.Ll ,

..;. 't Mlsvllle, Ky.-Nine of twelve FOR SALE-9-room boarding house.
t Kentucky counties in which local op- Sunday at the T. A. Hugrrey home. Photo-Play was lost on the road. I was unable to Modern, large lot. Terms. 209' t
Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee visited Park
vtion elections were held Monday voted street Kissimmee. 39-5t pd

'"dry Those;?counties according'voting to unofficial to remain returns."wet" with Cross her, in sister Kissimrnee, Mrs. Cohoon, one day.and Mrs.last show it at theirio Tuesday night,, as promised. FOR SALE-Only new and second*

:wers Henderson, with a majority off week. hand store in town of 6,000. Ex..'

i. 'l,035L Fayette, 3,135; Anderson with Sunday Edna Harvey visited Nellie. Barber I am sorry you were duappotated_and offer.say apologies. However I want yea to come aadee ceptional opportunity for hustle.' ;,
.'.4. The final vote may change this Good reasons for selling V. E.TJul-:' ',:.
; Lily Belle Hughey spent Sunday If kaTea't used be da . If ... lennix, Kissimmee. .
:county.! "dry"gomY were Carroll)), with Myrtle Barber. They visited it Friday Blfkt yea ; your ticket tare to *. you .e..t a ticket, tf Wr '

4'v Mason Bell, Boone, Miss Eddie Collier in the afternoon. WANTED-Orders for oJ.lf"! :
'' Smith visited Ruth semi to my *kej> and let ... FREE. cypress p4
t Clark" Shelby, Bourbon and Scott. Evelyn Harvey j boxes. Prices! right. Oscoela Lumber -' u:5:: '
M1 Davies, McCracken Sunday. A: Furniture Co.
Three counties .
Viand Christian, recently voted "wet. Mr. Lloyd Harvey came down from. If you want to play too game, of success ikOfaOy. and victoriously. ; if yea west to be a domiatiaf i ..,' ...
This election leaves fourteen of 120 Orlando Sunday. I' DWELLINGS for rent, opjrty: to M.; '
na "wet. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith called on factor U Iif.'. drela*- Tiller 'I
,;eoantief'ia the state Mr. Munn and family Sunday after power. ..:..? :lii:
______jilt < s.1,. I noon. FOR RENT OR SALE-Twe-ctery'' '. '
{ K'li t" ooot Ruth Harvey Blanche Lawson Evelyn store building on Brack North !

,<>fo,4'I.*r' MINION. .. CENTER. 0t and Smith.Joe Ben Harvey Barber attended, Rosier Lawson the, ., Then, ,, don'tforget' *; :'to .see 'That Million Dollar ,Look' Klssimmee. 0 C. Stanfoni 29-tf', ,i//{ .

tl W: ,.J t t9 0 i< _' ''_ ... Modrne Woodmn reception last Tuesday attthe ;' FOR RENT-Two 8-room flats with' "
; .
? Casino Fridayiuglit. Come Get Your FREE
It "ni Jeff ..: .. Ticket Kow.t. Gazette office teacas. Apply at ,the' {.:
,Mrs : ." B.rb.r made business, Mr. Barber Ben NellU andGladysBa't'bT.Mra O ,; i4 ,< '.
c. _" 1 to"Orlando Saturday Landen' Janett '" .,',; .. .._. \,.. 1y ( .
4 4-.Mee .rs B.';Coboon returned, from and Rosier'Lawson--were; visitors at ? : :-- Pile Cured'In 6 to 14 OqS' ;;1
!!' r7'th.Norttt.,last:)"k;: where. ihe 'hat the J .G.'Harvey: home Sunday after o': s: :SiritatoriuiSv : T
: noon.i' ,'_. VjxTheri : : rtebly,611.d,61eadigorrrandi.PIkehebledara
a..Mraa.W'sW' .t - l :
SS. bandL,-SW . '.- was goad :attendance i at C. J, t "V i -' .6ne.ppUcatl_rrI_itc.a sad.... *<& ;.t'-
rill the ." 'Phone 61:. ,,,119'BroadwayAuthorized _ L
;} \ .." LbIeO .F" spend E;S meetlnipSaiKlay; night; KrIIo.811. it .' .
""-' '-.Intel:,;.wttIL' 1jU'.M::t'r\ I'-rd.-.tb.' leader prepared a very interestolng ,, Residential D.a1et'TLHEi fr'-r.-< ( *..
: .+>Jlno.Georee' .y. Gad (amlly'.pene 'and helpful .learning: '- : } > ;*.: ,?.
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