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 9, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00667
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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EXPRESS RA TES DEBA.' TED A T MEET GROWERS AND COMPANY OFFICIALS Ii

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( ':,'THIRD SHIPMENT TO LESLEY AND BASS OWN { I I CANKER r y,

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'.t ARMOUR CO., CHICAGO 1 16,000, HEAD CATTLE J.J.I Commissioners To Have i Lower Rates ,Promised i .

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A trainload of beef cattle consistingof ( An important local sale of cattle ,,
I 600 head left Kigsimmee Wednesday -' this week was the purchase by W. C All Groves InspectedNO After NovemberEXPRESS
,, of this week billed to Armour & Buss and 1 K. L. Lesley, oT Henry Par ref _
Company, of Chicago. tin's entire herd, estimated at 1,500 .
r Thia is the third shipment made head, for which they paid $Jf per Ya SIGN OF"CANKER IN COUNTY .OFFICIALS PRESENT'
:' l from Osceola county to Armour.with- head. I ; EVERY PRECAUTION WILL REPORT ON PROPOSED NEW' i
in the past six weeks, when the company Lesley and HUBS ate among the BE TAKEN- TO PREVENT ITS RATE-.GROWERS PRESENT
?, first entered the local market as biggest cattle owner in the county APPEARANCE THEIR SIDE OF CONTROVERSY"( It
,Q!' a buyer. About 3,500 head have been I and as a firm are constantly increasing F
sent out in these three shipments\ and their holdings. At present their I ,y Pi oooo 'o ceo y
' the cattle owners gross receipts from J stock of cattle number 16,000 head II A V* YOU A YOUNG GROVE? GROWERS MEET SATURDAY *
; same approximate $75,000. and they own a ranch of :31,000 acres < 0 4 ----: <0
The cattle sent in the shipment this on Canoe Crek. All) of the property *
County Farm Agent at the * The Osceola County Growers* ?,
week were! furnished' by Henry j under fence.
is being; put 00
of the Association has
J.1 suggestion county commieaioners a regular semi *
+ Bass Rull Bass, Ackias Bass and
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I The Lesley and Bass ranch is being <- asks that all owners of * monthly meeting scheduled for *
( E. Donegan. In the two A'7.
the Carson Cattle Company previous developed along modern lines. ,i rl orange groves who have plant- Saturday morning, October 10... + .
shipments and Lesley and Bass participated Dipping vats have been installed so '1 I oed young trees within the past .00 The meeting: will be held in the
< fourteen months, notify him of I I city hall at 9:30: A. M. and im O ii
largely.: at to eradicate the tick pest and experiments I 1- --1 II the fact *
Tom Price, Armour's buyer, has and the location of the 0 portant business matters are to "
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", been making his headquarters at the in growing variows! grasses grove. These young groves are * to be considered. "*
for and hay to supplement the range 'pas STACY U D ETTt R. VIRGINIA HARRIS, to be regularly inspected for a 4. '. r
hotel in Kissimmee KARL
; eral Graystone weks. 8e\"j ture are, being successfully made. : 0 period of several months so as ....... ...... ..... ... e 00-(.

: __._.V'V_ _ ,___......_................_.._.....-..-__-_ ..."'-. -,, ., -- .. ,I Son of Mr. and Mrs. F S. Ledbetter, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ** to citrus watch for any appearance of -
and the youngest member canker in them. A special meeting of the Osceola ;
of Breeze, Kusiramee. a
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Har1's > Valley Gazette family 0 CountyFruit and Truck Growers 'As.

4i ._ .. ......... .. tt, 0000 0.000 O....0000.. ..00 lIocl. lon, called Wednesday for the 43
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: Shed a Few Scalding Tears purpose of discussing the express x
County Farm Agent. B. E. Evans, rates on vegetables and fruits from
;. CITY AGREES TO DOING HER HUSBAND'S WORK returned from Miami Monday to this point to the eastern markets, was
For a Poor Old Cripple i make a report on citrus canker to largely attended by the growers and '
'the board of
county commissioners, prominent business and professional! e
: meeting in 'regular session on that men of the city: interested in the mat.;
," day. Mr. Evans, brought back specimens ter. Mr. Lloyd S..Tenney, general manages -
", ' Poor Old Express Comp..,. ;) REPAIR10CKWHEN I of fruit leaves from affectedtrees : of the Florida Growers and Ship d
If anybody ever was between the Devil and the Deep Sea, its the express in Dade county and a great deal pars League, with which the county n1
of information about the disease that organization is affiliated was ,present -
< company.It it. I WHEN FLOOR IS 'REAI>V PROGRESSIVE will be valuable in the fight .that is also and the Southern ExpressCompany
share i against
*-up to be inaugurated here to the .
keep was represented by four of
CLUB WILL CONSTRUCT
jN On the one side of the abused cripple stands the later-State Commerce Osceola ?
'" r, AVII.ION-CITY TO county grove free from Its officials-C. C. Wolf superin., II
Commission prescribing for it on the other side stand the grower kicking HAVE PURCHASING A ENT. d canker. tendent of the Florida DiWsion'of,the; ,
,{ ,j about the price of the prescription, while in the front and back and middle are w ci The fact that there is no signs of company with headquarters...-*.s.. "
the railroad gulping down the greater part of the medicine. The city council in session last citrus canker in Osceola county at vannah, Ca Ww K: Halle,, superiiw\
y It shore bU' tympathy.At I I'Tuesday night granted the Kissimmee I this time is a matter of public grat tendent of the Seaboard Diviilon;__T., .
Poor .Id express company our ification. One
which Mr.
club the young grove T. Welch route agent, and J.M, Cox
i Progressive right to
the 'grower meeting held in Kissimmee last Wednesday ,one of the erect a pavilion on the city dock, providing *' t 3{at Yt" : Evans had examined before going to industrial agent, all of laekaon\ I..:

: express official got,up and informed your Uncle Reuben that the Adam I I : the pavilion! is made !tuff;. .Miami: caused some fear but suspected __ .O'BerryV Letter.' "

Express: Company lost 800.000 last vear.. -. cienty substantial to withstand the specimens were immediately The agitation ,regarding the pre*.
JadTthink of its-5800,000-sad, all in'one year. It'share mast b.' hardto wind and so arranged as not tq- in. sentto the bureau of plant industry: ent, heavy express ,rates ,was'' started
in Alabama and at Gainesville for.inspection'

terfere with boat traffic. "The I two week letter
It shore mustSo 'city ago by an open to
that in
lose amount one
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agreed to strengthen the dock foundation the public from 'J. F. O'Berry, which
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now your' benevolent Uncle Reuben will weep tear repen- and repair the flooring'at once "No canker. was published in the Valley .Gazette ,
fence for the poor old express company and will hand over,to the poor fellow and as soon as.this work is complete In order to safeguard( ,the county and e which called: attention ,to.'the ,
everything he gets out of his crop and if that won't keep the poor crip-) ed the Progressive Club proposes to I. front-misioners citrus canker the county com. fact that it will impossible for tbe A
pie out of the aim house, why Uncle Reuben will throw in hit small sued begin the construction of the pa- olution on Monday drafted a res- growers to chip this- season's crop:
to to the Department
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mouse colored mule for good measure. He shire will. this connection it may be men I of Agriculture asking that I .
Unless he doe this how much longer can the poor old cripple live? Not I tioned that a boat builder of the cityis I Mr. Evans be allowed to give his '

long, when he' losing weight and strength at the. rate of $800,000 a year. already preparing to build ten or time entirely for the next few weeksto SO. FLORIDA EDITORS y
the careful inspection of all grovesin :
twelve boats and Mr. Oliver has
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bad fix.
He shurely i i. in a
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So your Uncle Reuben will rush to the cripple's rescue to keep him offered where to build pleasure a dock seekers onOliver can land Island I doubt but that this request will be MEETING IN THIS CITY w ,

from turning up hi* toe and peacefully joining his brother-The ,United and inspect the beauties! of this fairy granted and the commisioners have
but is more. I planned to provide Mr. Evans with a
State El.preaa-that was, no spot. 9'
'1 1(01(0'" I car so that he can get over the countyas The South Florida Press A.aotia\t: ,}
Purchasing Agent for City. rapidly as possible. Young groves, tlon is meeting in Klssimmee todaj ,
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J The grower' meeting brought out one fact very clearl-aDd that i i. I those within the d
The city fathers upon l being confronted 1 kli I particularly planted (Friday) in regular business seas en.
that somebody i i. getting a tremendous rake off-that somebody i i. getting I with several bills which nobody I l last twelve or fourteen months, will Several of the editors arrived on the -

not only" the grower profit, but also apparently the express compaD,'* profit seemed to be responsible for be given special attention as they are morning trains and others .are' ex-: : ,
l The official of the express company said: "We are helpless, our rates are took steps to prevent another occur*I i, I I t11I I the ones in which canker I iB likely to pec tad! to reach the city tor the afternoon ,
enoe of this kind. W. A..J oiner, superintendent appear session of the meeting. -"
do the
fixed for by the Inter-Stale Commerce Commission. We want to
us of the electric lightraTn'Owas Precaution. J, M. Humphries, president of the
s 4 beat we can. made purchasing agent I I As a further precaution againstany association and editar of the Manatee
\ % The grower accepted that statement at its face value, yet there were for the water and light plants and appearance of canker, every orange River Journal Bradentown'; waq. ,on.- ,
oIi \ _semi who could-not understand why the excessive rates? It wasn't explained the president of the council, J. W. grower in the county should of the early arrivals. Others who came
Thompson, was authorized to buy all visit Mr. Evan office at 107 Broad in this mccrrfng were: Mrs. Wilson,
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satisfaction. I
; < ":*'.**their other supplies !needed by the city. way and nee the .specimens of fruit, of the Sjrfasota Sun; M. F. lither. ,
If the express companies: are losing money, as they say'they are then who leaves and twigs from trees affected Ington f the-Lakeland. Telegram and
t -JSp,getting it? Who? Surely somebody must be retting a rake off. Who is this:I Ordinances Ditirimsed- with the cancerous growth. Examined News; Greer of the Bartow Courier {. y

1".' fvmebody that i i. standing between grower and consumer? Petitions from pool room owners -- -. 01(1 '\1." under a magnifying glass these I /ormant; J. J, Gallemore, of the
be but asking to keep open until 12 o'clock I i specimens give one a very difinite olk County Record, Barvow '3. J. I
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find this
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1 Let.u* see we can somebody can. one party:
and from fruit
on Saturday nights, a idea of the of the disease'
One of the brave women of Havre appearance Triplett of the St: Cloud Tribune; W.
'i and that party must be the fellow who haul the stuff.0 J1 store asking to keep on Sunday ,
{: open who has taken her husband's place as and will enable growers to watc / or M. Haines, of the Sanford Herald;
:}\ THE GREAT RAILROAD SYSTEM 1 caused a lengthy discussion on. the I conductor of A street car while he Lat ;,; it in their individual grove In case Clyde Glenn, representing the Glenn
ordinances of the city. I |, one spot that causes any doubt l lI is Advertising Agency, Tampa, and G. "r
The great Railroad Systems which have gobbled up the small and inde- It appears that there is no ordi- the front, fighting the German.STEAMSIfIP ,I found call for immediate help. Such G. Green of Jacksonville, represent.

"., neadent fines, and which have been WATER-LOGGED BY THE' ISSUANCE nance on the books regarding; Sun- LINES OFFER I|I methods will prevent any chance for ing the Antietan Paper company.
OF TWELVE THOUSAND MILLION DOLLARS OF BOGUS SECURITIES. day closing so the council instructedthe GROWERS LOW RATES.L. i,; the disease to develop even if it Mr. Hetherington I is secretary. of1 ,' .
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?i They are the gentlemen. And their constant cry is more, more and ever city attorney to prepare one iI I,should appear. the association, Mrs. Wilson treasurerand
which would conform with the state The big thing is. to keep canker W. B. Harris, of the Kissimmee R'
r more. law regulating Sunday closing. The S. Strouble, representing the i out of Osceola\ county. Our citrus industry Gazette .
,t This Very year the great eastern railroads asked the Inter-State Commerce attorney was also instructed to draftan Clyde Line Steamship Company and is far too valuable to take any Valley Representatives, vice-president.from the local ,
Commission-to atiow them to increase their freight said amendment of the ordinance on D. D. Jones, representing the Mer- I; chances with and by preserving it and the Kissimmee Board pa'of
''fi't they couldn't meet their running expense under the old rate. They swore theycouldn't pool rooms allowing them the extra chant in and the Miners Line, spent local Thurs- and increasing it this county will in pen Trade met the morning trains and
day city interesting
hour on Saturday nights only. grow- a few years be developed to its full welcomed the visitors-to ,the city. The
and submitted mile of figure to their contention The their
they prove The proposed amendment to the ers in the matter of shipping possibilities in wealth and beauty. '
commission allowed the railroad to increase their rate, so that the new rates traffic ordinance, which would abolish produce by water to the eastern mar The county commissioners deserve :Board of them Trade at has lunch arranged at the Broadway to entertain - ,,:

r I."aY to the eastern railroad AN ESTIMATED ADDITIONAL $16,000,000 automobile tail lights, was dis kets' Both Mr Strouble and Mr. Jones congratulations upon the measures cafe and the auto ride plannedto
: OVfA AND ABOVE 'WHAT THEY REALIZED LAST YEAR ON THEe I I cussed. Some of the councilmen favor quoted the growers tempting rateson they are taking to prevent any appearance follow the afternoon session) will
( this amendment, some it, crated vegetables if shipped by of canker here. Such
I oppose precautions '
: probably include a visit to St. Cloud.
SAME: TONNAGE. The for instance
steamer. plant rate -
I so the'matter was carried over until i egg are as god as "insurance"on '
',p 1 THE RAILROADS COULDNT MEET EXPENSES AND PAY DIVIDENDS the next .regular coucil meeting. was 51 cents per crate as a grove. Editor Triplett Club and have the extended Woman'sProgressive "-j

: UNDER THE OLD RATE BECAUSE THEY MUST PAY THOUS1 Judge Kribbs, chairman of the ,against the $1.15 proposed fate of the invitation to the editors to visit their an
ANDS OF DOLLARS IN DIVIDENDS UPON MILLIONS OF BONDS AND I street committee, reported that he Southern Express. PROSPECTORS LIKE CITY city
had ordered the drainage ditch cleared I If shipped by steamer the product
THAT DON'T REPRESENT AN EARTHLY THING EXCEPT MAY INVEST IN LAND.
>:STOCKS of the sand, washed in, by the recent -,would go to Jacksonville 'by express oo Odoo. ........ . .. . ,
WORTHLESS .PAPER. rains. :and be loaded on boat there.NEWSPAPER A. T. Morris of Cincinnati, Ohio) .' ''
\ Therefore, they demanded the.right, to levy more taxes on the common ; and Forte Thomas, Ky., and John e BOARD OF TRADE. ,+rt "' ;
people! oa the men in all walks of life who have t. pay the freight, either al Barkley, of New Richmond, Ohio, ___ '_" t
': the increased prices of goods that by. raiL 'I I have been spending the week in KIs 0 The Kissimmee Board oLe .: "
in come
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the depot, or Immee looking'over land in this vicinity Trade will meet In regular ...-..' 1\
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i" rse-wben the railroads boost rates,, the express companies have cot. with a view to baying large sion Monday night, at TSO.r,>JI r;; ' \
Erte do the same thing. And that is all there is te it Its an endless chain that i DAY tract for development purposes. o'clock in the' city: hall. Mew*."fi' "

|wits ultimately. result in the finish. of either die railroad or the growers. Messrs. Morris and Barkley; are com- hers ,.are requested to 'be. press. 0' ,d..1. r
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lit. .cant go op forever. Then has gottto be a.show down, and that' soon. I state pleting and a say prospecting that they.'consider tour of this the *..ont.. .'..0 0>.*>e>f.->. ...C.0 04./W V..T': '*. ';ti'o'. ,t I r
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Everybody. from the smallest saanuf actnrer- the national bankerand: ,, >;se.:n. In fact Mr. Morris.has':beeif: Don'tFoiget- ,.- J..o\\ "-* 1..of..... "" 'k.,
...,..a.ciar Well Street money king can get help when bulls on theeminent. Send a' Valley Gazette to Some Friend in,the'ffortfiWe ,here number of times and each time'he ( : ,.o'j/'

. .,. . --.- !!/,1r''t r 10 i J'I\ jl 71 '-4 r;" I j A I''I 'returns to find* he likes 'XhMmrnM! 'a ::1. : f'#b Register :
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There is only one'***-just one, only on.1| Whose.demand for .kelp.i* .WiIli, naYe.'a l/ page paper on that with'picture*: I mot. more. . 1 '. > ', :""" ..

ed and who never gets-w; :relief and that man .u your. Uacla Reuben, ,,showing Ki inunee'.. J 'OIr1"eSSin', buOding. : Single copies ;,''o,1)1..y; ty,Dunn,who'will bi m- +'1"' '!T morr W" (Saturday) ,l.+ tho 0, .*. .. .

e man, who feeds and clethes the world.1. When he wants .help=when he asksstate .:mailed. Anywhere 5 tenth three.copies), mailed. for 10. cents.' >. ,bored by,a number of,oor,older Wtit ,* last day on which register for'*' s+
.. .'. 1 seas as the little son of Mr and'Mrs.. election; It have Oily
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"S ;PACE' 1 THE KlSSIMMCE VALLEY ,GAZITT.\' FRIDAY 'OCTOBER' !, If 14,

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I I Dead' Man's' Letter Tells Story 'of- '> .. i' INDICTMENTS AGAINST "

. "; One of the Many Great .Exhibit Palaces I , : .

.r'.r-r' : Girls Love and' Possible Tragedy '

.. :; Now. Completed For the ;Panama-Pacific' CO, ;.COMMISSIONERS L. . . .


jf4 t ''TampaAboard Atlantic,Court! Line Let FireEatersEat I International Exposition, SanFrancisco,1915: St. Petersburg-:-All: rive membersof

passenger, train No. 83;due from the County Commissioners 'of Pin:

',,(; Jacksonville at :45"Monday morning,1 ellas County were indicted by the
ro"e, death from heart disease suddenly The fire grand jury at Clearwater Saturday

claimed A man. who is supposed to afternoon on charges of malfeasance
t 6 1 haT \ been Carl H. Hijrh: tower, who (By Allen i:.. Benson, in Pearson's.) ; and misfeasance in office.
I.. lived in Newton or Scott Ga. In cane The power to declare war should J. T. Lowe was indicted on charges

'r V the dead man was )tower, hinelftold' not be .given even to Congress. Congress -nepotism, and Commissioner Yin- .
q 'j experience prove the truth might wisely be instructed to son was indicted charged with sellingthe

of the biblical declaration, "The engage in defensive war, but offensive county UH agent for the. company
'rM{: wages of sin Is death." r- war should be engaged in only making the sale, certain machineryused

4: ,The man died in a dav *rfl a Aho'rtl. after direct affirmative vote by the on the road. '
1 l. distance this side of Plant City. Pasengrers people. If it is wprth while to hold The indictments were returned at 3

... and train crew thought he a national election to determine a contest o'clock and came as a great surpriseas
.j ., j': was asleep, but when they attempted over the tariff question It is it was not known that the grand

';, "to awaken him they discovered that infinitely more worth while to hold jury was investigating the acts. of the
'y\ ,the sleep was eternal. The body wa a national election to determine whether !! Commissioners.The .
r : turned over to Undertaker !Reed and hundreds of thousands and per-1' indictments are based on

(i; Chief of Police S. T. Woodward, tele- haps millions should go to war. The | charges filed by citizens of Clearwater -

; l graphed J. N. Hi :htower, at right to vote on war is as much more against the Commissioners, the
.f-, ,Ga., who Is supposed to be the s'ott'j( important than the right to vote on l Governor being asked to investigatetheir

/ man' brother. the tariff as life itself is more important la aY conduct. He-did not, so the Commissioners -

"In a suit case belonging to the dead I than money. Nor need they, s who were indicted say they
; man was found a letter written byj question of time be urged against the I 'i have nothing to fear and are anxiousto

Carl Hightower to J. NHiirhtower.. suggestion of a direct appeal to the & I I have n full investigation.

y The letter was written at Albany, Ga., I people. Any proposed offensive war I .

September 29, but us the envelope may well wait upon the people's ac I A GREAT DIFFERENCE. '
'bore"no- stamp it in supposed that it ,! tion. In these days of telegraphs an ; - - -- spMsHlation j ....
'" was never mailed. In rare the letter!I election could be held on two weeks' "You always advised! against ..
Copyright. U14. t>r Panama-Paclflo InunutUonaJ Kxpocltloa Co --- -
,; '. was mailed and received, the dead man notice. The ballot should bear two I ? ..
.]. was J. N. Hightower and rot Carl j qcostions: NORTH FACADE OF THE PALACE OF HIKES AND METALLURGY : DIMENSIONS 451 BY 879 FEET "Yes, returned Mr. Dustin Stax.
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Y Hlgrhtower, the writer it is believed. Are you in favor of declaring war COST, 359445. PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. ?" ,!.

"'w, Did Woman Kill Self. I against (naming the nation) ? Yes. "No, sir; I never played it; I workF
In this letter Carl Hifrhtower relates -
M"- Are you in favor of declaring war ed ;.,.."_-Washington Star.
hii experiences with a young against (naming the nation) 1 No. I "" .
woman at Fort Myers and Arcadia, in
Which he attempted to leave her, caui Each voter should be required to work received early training in Chris- stewartahip have made the tenth the

f'' ing her to attempt to commit suicide sign his name after the word "Yee"or tian Endeavor, among them are Mr. minimum gift for religious work. The ]
twice. He prevented her from killini "No," and In counting the ballots Fred B. Smith the inspiring leader of children in Junior Christian Endeavor OLD FOLKS FIND NEW REMEDY RELIEVESALL
the election officials should be required -
' herself at Fort Myers, his letter the Men and Religion Movement; Mr. have proven workers worthy of any
1, states but he did not know whether to keep the affirmative and M. A. Hudson, founder of the Baraca church.
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her second attempt at Arcadia bad nevative votes separate. Bible Class; the Laymen's Missionary Florida, in its white and colored KIDNEY. AND BLADDER MISERIES -

/ proven succesful.! In her last letter tHigh War should not be declarediexcep1by Movement was the expression in unions, is proving that Christian En- I
l r " tower the girl, whose identity; affirmative vote of- a majority of: manhood of the training John B. Sle- deavor is what Dr. Shaw nays, worth- -

jk was not revealed, told hiip of her undying the enrolled voters, and if war shouldbe man received in the Christian Endeavnr I while. It and near relations, the Baptist Drives Rheumatic: Pains Away, Relieves waste matter from the blood and drive
: love and enclosed the pencil declared, those who voted for the Society in boyhood. Others are the Young People's Union and Ep- I it out of the system.
, war should be sent to the front in the famous William T. Ellis and Andrew worth League, deserve the Backache and Bladder Dial i.I -
+a with which the letter wan written, cooperation It matters not how old you are or r
asking him to keep it and not to write order that they appeared at tin ballot J. Stevenson, of the Presbyterian and encouragement by min I orders After a Few Doses how long you have suffered Croxone .' 1
i
e ,? ;, any other girl with it. Hightowe box. Brotherhood of Chicago, pioneer of all Inters l and other Rood people Are Taken. is so prepared that it is practically, *
; stated in his letter to his brother that Not a man who voted against war church brtoherhoods. i GRACE A. TOWNSENI impossible to take it into the human :li

i'' he intended to keep the pencil as a soldier should until be compelled to who torve voted as for a Thirty years ago missionary in- Iffterlachen, Oct. 6. I system withoutresults. You will find i.; 11

.I, "sonverneer of the girl that played every man terests in local churches were almost Sleep disturbing bladder weaknesses it different from all other remedies. \
f had been sent to the front. PLENTY OF DIFFERENCE.What .
SrJr that she loved me." Chief Woodward war that inclusively among women. Today it I backache, rheumatism, and There is nothing-else on earth like .J '
That would '
( 'has written the marshal at Arcadia mean no man challenges the attention of our men. is the difference between a 1 the many other kindred ailments it. It starts to work immediately':
would be
yL I to ascertain if any girl committee who voted to against to war We have ever in In the Endeavor Tenth Legion alone cloud and a whipped child?-One I which, so commonly rome with declining and more than a few doses are seldom ;'

suicide in that city recently. compelled go war. are 32,000 young people who according : pours with rain and the other roars : .ears, need no longer be a source required to relieve even the
{ thin approximately 16,000,000enrolled
: Life Tragedy Letter. country voterstogether with about to the principle of Christian with pain.-London Telegraph. of dread and misery to thoh who ar-c? most (chronic obstinate cases. i iI .

.' ;\ The poorly spelled and expressed 4,000,000 others who might be en- ., --- / past the middle age of life., I It t is the most wonderful remedy I
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r e letter, with certain objectionale line* rolled-men than 21 of Tin new discovery Croxone, overcomes ever made for restoring the lifeless ? ,
more
' .' r omitted is as follows: years to health and strength and .
who seldom enroll becausethe all such disordiTH because it removes organs '
'Albany, Ga., Sept. 29, 1914. age buninesB now of job-chasing does not I the very cause of the trouble.It I ridding the system of every particle ;'
rA Mr. J. N. Hightower, Scott, Ga. I remain soaks right into the kidneys, of uric acid, and you can take it with 'j
nable them to long enoughin
Dear Brother: I will write you again I gain legal residence. Choice of Five Tourist Trains through the walls and linings; cleans the utmost confidence that nothing '>,
to let you know where I am at. John, If one place to could take a place withoutat I I out the little filtering glands and on ekrth will so quickly cure such ;jt
no war
r I am going from here to Newton, Ga. least 8,000,000 affirmative votes, cells, and gives the kidneys new condItions.' ff\.]\

i I When you write back;, my mail to New- each representing a man who, in case North and Northwest"Dixie strength to do their work properly. It You can obtain an original pack-, j$
ton and I will get it. of conflict must, if called upon, join I neutralizes and dissolves the poisonous age of Croxone at trifling cost from 'J.
r' : j "John they sure did have me in the there is no chance what- uric acid substances that lodgein any first class druggist. All druggists l .',

w : close quarters in Arcadia, but I got ever army that any of those opposed to the joints and muscles, causing are authorized to personally ref....t.f I
; r out. I don't know whether the !girl i in war would ever have to fight. No Flyer" "Semiaole Limited" "Dixie Limited" rheumatism, and makes the ktdneys turn the purchase price if Croxone: \ ",yj
I living yet or not. Boy, it didn't take assembled of filter and sift out all the poisonous : should fail in a single case.'Woman's .
Aj nation ever an army
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about
her long; to go bughouse me. "South Atlaatic limited" "Montgomery Route"Pullman
av
8,000,000 men.
Did it, old boy? .' ..I.
I We should even take further measures '"
f} a. "Say, John, this pencil that I am -- ----- -- - -- 'f
enable the fire-eaters to eat
with Is the pencil that she to Cincinnati Louisville and :>.
J ,; writing the fire. We should compel each Cars from Chicago St. Louis 6.-;.
written me the falrwell letter with. : ''
f She said In the letter: 'My dear, darling writer who urges aggressive war to intermediate points to Jacksonville. Dining and .
for the love of sign his articles, and we should com-
Carl, I am dying b
i' yoiMshasaid she had never loved notJier pel the publisher of such articles to Observation Cars Via I Bargain Club"By !
send marked copies of his publicationto
one but me, and when I saw that

( ,a .he did go 'bughouse' about me, I the War should Department.We each public r- VIAAtlantic I ,
compel
wouldn't with her any more, and
go and each member of Congresswho :J.
When she found out that I did mean speaker
t ; to cut her out, the tried to find me and urges aggressive war to file notice Coast Line a very fortunate arrangement with the publishers of one of the"f"

couldn't. She tried to kill herself. The of such fact with the War Department most popular magazine for women and the home, we are enabled ,"1;

boys that saw her after: she had taken shouldso to offer youMcCALL'S MAGAZINE; twelve months (and orJrtMcCALL ."'
said that aht called for 'herdarling In ease fire-eating gentleme RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH. I
the STANDARD
m poison she couldapeak. inflame the people that 'a majority Jret* pattern), with our own paper, unexcelled as a'home: ,
., .can' just at long as I of them should vote for war, the ,.. paper for all the family-at special reduced club price that will save:. '

e ; "I didn't think that she really loved writers, speakers and congressman A. W. FRI Ur. D. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND. D. P. A., you money and afford you a wealth .of wholesome entertainment' :

me. She told me the third time thatI who urged war should be sent to the 138 West Bay Street. HilUboro Hotel, valuable information and interesting, up-to-the-minute news. ,
it
went with her that she loved me and front ahead of everybody else and Jacksonville.; Fla. Tampa, Fla.
THE VALLEY
GAZETTE
J compelled to lead all bayonet charges,
that I the only one that she ever
was
did love. She told me then that if I storm all forts and, in all cases, be every Friday MAGAZINE., for one year.McCALL'S 5 0 \."

did let her catch with me any nearest the enemy's guns. X : X 7'
I ever to be Monthly for one year, including FOR ;,
i other girl that she would kill them, officers They,should whatever not be their permitted heroism or I FREE Pattern 'soTHabnresaororn.etr.ithrrauor"rwsd .
and didn't believe it. '
military ability. Officers of the higher 5 Wrlttoicallatojdnuktltnf.McCaU'm .
Illllllllllllllllll I C'qy
\ Frustrated. First Attempt."I Mlllllllll I IIIIMII I Mill Mil I
back few miles
set
t have got the bottle of chloroform sort usually a Afayaxinm i* lo".J.6y. more than Do Not Miss This Money- :"
wire where
f : at the end of a telegraph I
that she tried to kill herself with Gentlemen YOU BUY ? | 2t2QOfQOO American Women '
; there is no particular danger. I WHICH ONE WILL
told
when we were In Fort Myers. She who urge offensive war, by Saving 'i'J>

49 t. me that I didn't marry her that she I voice or pen, should be kept in the I becauae McCALL'S ia: their horns helper,

i ' would kill herself, and I told her that ranks and given the fullest oportunityto bringing every mont 84 to 136 big; pojea;: (a'l : CAU.S:
there wasn't doing in thq marrying ,
nothing
line, and then shn tried to kill glut their thirst for gore. Sixty acres of excellent land with a bearing grove, consisting of 1 attractively illustrated and printed on fin a

herself down there, but 1 got 'the nol- th"And world if there these were would such! never laws all be over another oranges, grapefruit and tangerines, about nine acres; also two acres of quality paper) brimful of valuable, information ;

-- son away from her, and she couldn't war in the world. young grapefruit grove, not yet bearing, but thrifty trees, which will on clothes house-keeping. pure food, recipe=. I tr
', ;; get any more down there, and whon land farm that cooking entertaining. Health, baby, beauty.
also about to
be ten more
acres
coon paying a revenue;
she got back to Arcadia sha goes plain and fancy needle. work, r
etiquette em-
some more and went to my car and nrot SECOND CHRISTIAN cleared, adjoining the grove, and several acres rich muck soil: very home home tvd
dress-making
my suit case. She knew it by it being productive for trucking ana farming. This property adjoins a large and broidery millinery

nI the one that we had in Fort My- beautiful lake, a very pretty place to build a home all fenced but .no and home decoration; ,
'
ers, and the had done and written the ENDEAVOR BULLETIN This of land is of the best in Florida, and
t letter and she stuck the pencil In tho buildings. tract one very because McCALL'S is their fashion authority McCALL'i'

I ry_ strap of the suit case. worthy of close investigation, and can be had for 8000. Terms if nnd guide j in correct dresafor them&elvrs. and

Aft Hie' "Keep My Pencil." Florida! through the medium of its desired. This place is a little over a mile from school, and two and a chilcJrcnohowinR! ) over 50 new designs' of latest

"She told me in the letter to keeptb' "plrndid- pt!'*'''' department in joiningin half miles from railway station.Suburban. z rtylea monthly, and telling what to wear and
tho of "print is ink" by about
pencil and remember" that this use .
and how to: make it at least expense;
conti-
?;. was th. last line that she would ever a thousand papers over this
J*. write. This Is what the last word was nent, only we arc not asking our ed- PropertyFifty because McCALL'S i. than
more a magazine '
itors to give but a brief summary of MontltL,6AtnLtepnae.
that she wrote 'I dying for the
Jove of you, my: darling am Carl. Good- the bulletins prepared by noted men of acres good land 1. about "alf citrus fruit land and balance good more than a fashion authority and household (."'"'''"U.t"IZII f ''''''

i bye.' And she told me not to write to of Christian Endeavor. farming, trucking and grazing land, less than quarter of a mile from guide-because: McCALL'S ia a real FRIEND FREE I,> li 'u"t>atnltrr McCALL'for ihn, "Wotmn .
thin First we Jearncd.of"The World'sMost is non-resident And INSPIRATION to all who rl lnli" ma> chooM from her "
other widowwho
any girl--with pencil city- limits-of Kissimmee. Owned by a a women appre '* "
MrCAl I > rf t3 t. i I am going to keep this pencil Traveled Man, DrFranCi s E. liberal if This land ciate the best in magazine reading-the beet in "I" ,II "..-.i .'........ VKI I- (... )
? and will sell for $50 terms
the BoY'1 I Clark, founder and yet president .of per acre on necessary. ..,mhnQ; Lnet' tent rrtiiM-t' in remembrance of : ,; :
lIouverneer stories and article. entertain and the best (ome'nr L36 N'ea 3 a1
churches to in
school\ and
$ that played that she loved me. the World's Union. Now we turn to so close to a good thriving town, with good high Yarh C"V. /..,- I
....
"I will close. Write soon. I am hot another prominent leader, William markets, will soon be worth $100 per acre. practical departments suggesting ways to PAT"!') h"N.Numlr tern. me my I-REE

going to stay here long. Don't forget Shaw L. L. D., who tells of "Chris- economize to earn money at home, to lighten J

a- r i to back my Your mail to brother Newton, Ga. ship.tian "Endeavor In his and interesting Christian article Leader-he Five Acres Farm Inside City LimitsThis I burden. and to make life more worth while. (Mention number and ayt Sae 1 I.r..."I c7I' ; '.

: "The society has become the OLD FRIENDS! NEW FRIENDS! NOW IS
i "C. II. HIGHTOWER.A says THE TIME! 4
manual training school of the church, is a delightful little home, nice cottage of six rooms good

Nl where the young disciples learn how barn splendid well of pure, soft water, and cod land for af mil or Send $1.50 at Once, for the "Woman's Bargain Club," to 4 -:?

yt ORLANDO TO HAVE to speak by speaking, and how to trucking. Can sell off lots for buildings if less land is desired. Price ,' 'iJ
do "
work by working. No longer they

1 hold aloof and camp on the outer The
Valley Gazette Kissimmee 1
BIG TOURIST TRADEOrlando. edge; they are in the heart of things. $2.500.Forty

It has broadened their conception of Acres Close To The CityWe ... ,'
the religious life, and intsead of plac-

rf .-Taking the view that ing the emphasis upon being saved, have forty acres about two miles from the city limits, and one \Jse : 'f

Florida will have the greatest number their motto is: "Saved to Serve." mile from another station. Land 'nearly' level, good soil, well adapted This COUPON Now for the"Woman's (
of visitors in its history, many The young people have been brought
fruits and This would make desirable home and
i being turned this way because. of the to the front in all movements. fortemperance to citrus fanning. a
astern...wan civic righteousness, and fine grove can soon be propagated on this land. Unimproved. Owned BARGAIN Club"To

r This information is being confirmed moral reform, and to their leadership bya woman who .will sell for $25 per acre; one third cash; balancein

; '( by-.those-arriving from the various was already ,largely due the nation one two three four and five yean -if desired,.with*interest at 7 per '
ii': a action* of.tha North who have spent wide Interest. such campaigns as The Valley Gazette Date______________-__-
1 ",. considerable time in the cities and the "Go-to-Church Sundand the cent on deferred payments' Kia immee, F1a.I .:-
k ''fa\\t!!1 >:. '''about the summering places. Every "Saloontess Nationby: lno." .It has
Many other bargain of kind desired improved unimproved. T
fi where Florida.is talked, and this sea* given the young people a now vision any or I e .1oH-I.50. for which please tend me the "Woman's Bargain

+ on it' is .expected tha many new of the churches _obligation to
ii .faces ,..will be ..en,on.the peninsula! chi great commission' "Go fDtoall .
Orlando la alive to the, situation, ,the world. The initial .plans of 4ig1
_"I better prepared than ever the tPeople'a 'Missionary" ,Edication EALTXCO1SSE NAME-
and will be >> Young
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' I to take ca... 'of.:Ua haw ,of those Movement wero' prepared by :" 1.fK' ,
.. ,.'who annually flea to a Southern clime Amos .:R.W.W; and -.Eari-Taylor) ,
I to avoid the rigors of winter and those leaden in Christian" Endeavor ana I : ?-------.--.--------------____ snrA11t--.._ ."_4 .
the 'first tin a the Epworth League. The young pea STATE BANK, ; "-Tjfi.. J ..
who R will, come for REAR : [ ;11. ;FlAt '
1:to "try-out" proposition andbask, in the pl. bays also ,furnished the field and : l. ,, 'R : p. or Street Box No II II I'
or
+ .. $,"" t.,t-omI>in.aw With- ?f'Jo '- J.powbaS-nOD ind force to carryout theaa plans.:"".'.. ......- ..:J''" .,.- _. .. -.-' ",,---,_ .: _: J. I ,-i- -."Fi-*--a '..UUJ Jg C ...a> .':ru .. .. .a& 'eO --,. .J.

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: FLORIDA NEWS AND PROSPERITY PAGERAPEFRUIT '


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' Column.Foovard.. Joy Ride'..On.Lake TohopekaligaTO :..,.: ," PLANT ACRES a at



NOW ROLLING FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS -, NATAL GRASS

.. FROM. THE ADVANCINGSTATEOF J3
t'L RJDA. .- ,. .. '
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Narauja.-AII; three of the local Dade City.--J. T< Futch. will build I, ,Tampa.-NVtal'';Grass ;Day 'October -

eking )homes. are now busy packing packing plant. . 8, gives promise of being:widely! d'w
Spefruit. The reason: is a little late, observed. '
l\Uaml.-Clty let contract to erect .by ,the'farmera.throughoct
ssibly, ten days as the fruit seem
ow in colcrrg.:: The weather i I. ntn\\ fire station; 33 by 40 feet; fireproof; "Roseade"One the (tat*, and every indication 1*.that t

hich teemt to favor good df'v"l'>p cost, 5,300.. a a 4sus hundreds of acres of natal gnat seed

Some uf the fruit coming 'In . Tampa.-City will expend: $50,000cost r of Capt. Johnson' wilt. be sown to give an.Impetus to
the effects of rust and sznle'
phows ( without mechanical equipment) the grown ,of the grass, ,in Florida);
ut docs not s..m to have matel.jally'njurf'd Fleet out for a spin'onthe '
" to erect Carnegie library. Natal grass enthusiasts favor the subS
$ it. Fires run a little under thateft. a. a
J-of Iaat-year which! will, in the opinion Bartow.-Paul Connor will build ice Lake. stituUon of this product, for.hay
jSof many fhipn >rs, enhance the selling cream factory. .i vy throughout th,! state It' being claimed
J price as all l14s can asily t retail on f a jlJl y1' w .: that the product can be easily grown
,/fruit stands at thrpo for- 5Ic and yet BrookavilJe.-A. Keathley will erect and that million of dollar now sent !

,j Pi'give a >good> ]>rufit to those' who handloIV postoffice building to replace structure to other market for hay will be'retained - r

the fruit. lately noted burned at loss of In) Florida when the' movement
., Chase & Company have installed 9 I $4,000. reaches Its proper proportion..., '
complete cleaning and sizing: outfit in aNew The following point ar advanced

"their; recently purchased packing house Smyrna.-State Bank of New -!tnfavoiofa observance of the"-dayr ,
,oat hiS 'c
place. --- -- Florida expend* annually 'more
'. Smyrna contemplates ;
erecting.bank .
.
l L. Hearn billed his first _car of TBradentown.John-- money for forage'than-' .value of

r apefruit September 23, 'to D. E. building. a ,a FAST the State's entire citrus crop. ,
!, / Evans & Co. The car' contained, 300Doe. W; Cummings READJUST PAY TOURIST TRAIN BURLESON APPOINTS This vast sum of money should be* r
kept in the state and there are ndmi't
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will erect brick business 60
J. R. Ilickson Company shipped by 80 feet; 2 stores. building' ; OF R.F.D CARRIERS THROUGH PENSACOLA FLORIDA POSTMASTERS bars of valuable' grasses rutted to
) 5
f its first car Monday, Septemberi R a : Florida, with high feeding value,.
i !1. The car went to Boston. On Sep- West Palm Beach.-A. B. Dawkinslet .... ) which, if properly exploited, will solve>

', tember 22, live same company shipped contract to E. carriers'in Pensacola. To I Washington D. i the forage-problem and save. u* many
to P. Ruhlman & Co.,. of Guy WhitUngr-West Washington.-Star route inaugurate a C.-It a dull millions ,
a car : .
'5 'New York. Palm Beach, to erect business building the State of Florida will have their through train service from New Orleans day at the Postollioe Departmentwhich annually.Florida
cost $35,000.Bradentown.City/ to Jacksonville and endeavorto without the can be'mad.* one of the ;,
boxes of pay readjusted so as to provide compensation passes appointmentof
citrus Xarar.ja fruit last shipped 20,000 Ofthin amount . for the"extra: service caused: diver: the tourist travel from the 'a batch of Florida postmasters.The : in greatest live stock producing. states., ;
: the Union.
year. will build 700- post. North to make their trips to Florida latest appointment are a* :
2,000 boxes were oranges. It is estimated foot reinforced concrete retainingwall. T"his assurance i* given by the PostOffice bythis! route is,the idea of ChairmanR. follows: We realbe'tully that the greatestobstacle )
that there will be 10
a "
in" mar1ket
} per raising forage for the
which is now tak- Hudson Burr of the Florida rail- Frank Lytle was appointed
7. cent increase this year Jn grapefruit. ing steps Department to ascertain what would bea road commission. It is his idea to havea master at Stanton Marion count. II I the difficulty in curing it .to Vi,
The orange crop shows no appreciable a bright color) but while our harvested I,
West Palm Beach. voted fast train this This is Mr.
-City fair basis upon which to estimatethe making run, stopping a new postoffice. Lytle s
$ difference. $100,000 bonds for seawall along Lakei increase of'pay. This increase will only at Pensacola and junction pointsin present address is Wiresdale.. crop may lack color, the feeding 'Yalu.1, .
i Miami. Fla.-Car lot shipments of. I* there and It I is the object of this
in earnest Five i Worth. be granted on contracts that are now Florida. Clem T. Latimer was appointed I association
grapefruit are now on to encourage the growing, k
F to ten cars are going out daily and : in existence and which were entered With this in view he has writtento postmaster of Howard, Pork county, marketing and harvesting our'own
receipts at the packing houses are in- Fort Pierce.-St. Lucie county let into before the parcel post became an the general traffic managers of l to succeed G. Jo::. Burkett, who re- forage for home and foreign. COB. rt
now busy contract to Evert P. Maule, West established institution.As I the Seaboard Air Line and Louisvilleand signed. John E. Glover was
tcreasing. points
: Shipping Palm Beach, Fin., to resurface and result of competitive biddingthe appointed I sumption.
t' are, Buena Vista, Homestead, Nar- a Nashville railroads to meet with to this office on January
anja, Goulds Cocoanut Grove and Mi widen five mile road; amount available star carriers, at test, are among him in Talahassee on October 8 and declined. i

; ',I $11,000.Orlando. . . the poorest paid employes in the gov- discuss the matter. The Seaboard already Herbert C. Gearing was appointed .
moving ernment service. Thousands of contracts has signified its willingness to postmaster of Sebring DeSoto. county, .
-Eola Packing company throughout the country now in on.the train, coming as far westas in
: 'I put place of E. O. Douglas, who re-
i shipped season about 3<>0,000 boxes of grape- ( leased building at Concord avenue-and force were awarded before the parcel j I River Junction, where i it connects signed.At If YOU Are
there will Atlantic Coast Line railroad; will con- post came into existence and a sa I with the Louisville and Nashville, andif
fruit. It is estimated that
i be increase this season which vert into packing plant; ordered ma- result the carrier is doing two or the through service is to be securedthe L. Glassco Vandelah, DeSoto county, James _ _ _ _
a slight has been appointed
(chinery. three times as. much work as he latter road must put on an extra postmaster. -
this total to 400,000 boxes. '
may bring This is another office.
new
agreed to do. It is pointed out that train from that point to New Orleans.
Notes.
: East Coast Mr. Glassco'a
W. Q. Bryan of the A. C. Marshall Ocala.-Florida Soft Phosphate & this is manifestly'unfair.. With such a service it is claimed that Wauchula.A. present address is at THINKING OF BUILDING A
Lime organized by Wm. S. have in mind, said a memberof
in Miami company 'I practically all of the Western tourist
Company, of Jacksonville The was llilands and others; general offices, Congress, "a carrier in my district service to Florida can be diverted dur- J. Angle, harbor master at HOUSE OF ANY KIND, ,LET
a few days ago. company 1021 Woodward building, Washington, who accepted a contract at ninety- ing this winter.PARKER Tampa and a popular Ftoridonian,
'! has extensive shipments of grapefruit D. C.; will guild, plant to mine soft nine cents a day when the task required has been mingling during the last ME FIGURES WITH YOU.
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,l \i arranged for on the West Coast. phouphate. only the services of one horse few days with the members of the
H. C. Milton, representing the . .
and a boy. Now it requires two horses CONVICTED FOR Florida Congressional delegation here.
Southern Growers Company, of Jack- I AM PREPARED TO FURNISH -
1. West Palm Beach.-Palm Beach and a man and still the contract
,, > sonville, is located Milton in Miami for the the county let contract to Evert P. Maule, price of ninety-nine cents a day remains OOO OOOOOO..OO..O..... PLANS AND 'ESTIMATES
it Mr. was on
rus season. '
West Palm Beach, to build rock boul- the same.. There are hundredsof RELATIONS WITH CHILD
Vest Coast for several weeks prior evard from Palm Beach to Delray, 25 cases even more glaring than this M. TILLER AT ROCK BOTTOM "
i to coming to Miami. '
miles. I informed by the department "a
i I A. E. Thomas, of Deerfield Fla., . one. am I PRICES. .
, J aays that there will be a normal that it is now making compu- Clearwater; Fla.-A case which has : Real Estate Agency. i f
Palm Beach the
of beans, and eggplant West Palm Beach.- tations with a view to awarding aroused sensational interest here was T: 'x,

t1 I. '' acreage planted this year peppers at that place. county will construct cement sidewalk carriers more pay than they' -are get concluded Friday afternoon, when \\\\\\H\W\................\....... '
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site for
north and south sides of
+ on ting. Francis !Barker convicted in the
\3ome are now in the ground. There was
i: will be a normal acreage of tomatoes. new courthouse.a a ; circuit court of having had improper ; Realty bought and sold. W.HARNOLj1Contractor ;

1 '\ -The Packer. Waut'hula.-Southern Lumber Mfg. DR.GODDEN.SEMINOLEWORKEIUOUND relations with a 12-year-old girl, Houses rented.
. Cleo Hartford, living at Tarpon Taxes paid and Titles
'I lately organised and to rebuild ver- and Builder, ;
company .
Springs. Parker is quite well knownin ,. .
ified for non-resident -
NEW PACKING HOUSES. will eret'5\ () .
purchased plant, r
1 DEAD the Tarpon Springs section, having '
j and 16 Fire Life and Accident Insurance .' :
: by 100-foot $1,000 building lived there for twenty year and be- ". ;- JqSSlJ4HEE.. ,
, : Jacksonville.-Fruit packing houses by 30-foot office building of ordinary ing the owner of a fishing business. ; \ i i .J. M* *i ** t L j; e;

r, : are being erected in every section of construction; install planing mill and Orlando.-Bishop Mann' received 'a He I Is 'a married man, forty'four year Indemnity Bond., 124 Sumner.St. ? pk*.. 2'. &,

? the state and all expect to be In pp- novelty works .machinery..' telegram this morning stating that of age. :The Jury.-on'account of certain e' ",'.' rSCHNARR'S
. 'I' oration by November 1. Dr. J. W. Cottden, who had charge of extenuating 'circumstance, rec
o & Co. of Boston, Davtona.-C.; c. Bursroynewill. build Seminole mission of the 'of .. "
l., *. .M. Leonard ; the Episcopal ommended Parker to the. ,mercy. .':!!
I Ii' have just completed a packing house I concrete walk along water front sew church, had been..founddead in his the court. .

,w .at 'Green Springs, Fla., near., Clearwater eral blocks long- with ornamental room at Glad. Cross. The body was I The chief witnesses 'In the case were

I ; .. This house is different from lighting standards a a, ele.. ( contract let. taken- to Imokalee, where a coroner's the little girl, who was. the alleged Insecticide SPRAYKills
, 'I''other in that the fruit moves ahead I jury investigated the cause of the victim, and the defendant. The girl
''from the receiving platform to the Eustis.-City contemplates haVdsur- death. There Is 'nothing in the tele- told a graphic story of the relations every WhlteHy Larvae eoa. Ruat-MIt and Red Bolder tbt'...
. .; car in'a straight line, without any facing streets with sand-oil; engagedJ. gram to Indicate whether he was sup- with Parker, who she claimed: extended hit. Removes sooty mold and Insures healthy trees and brlrht, fruit. r
; turn whatsoever. This is the third B. McCrary company, Atlanta Ga., posed to have been murdered or had considerable period of Agents for Bean and Niagara Power Sprayer and Hand Pu.l .. AIaO ; 4
\ over a State agents for Niagara Brand Soluble Sulphur.
house that Mr. Leonard has I to submit estimates of cost. died natural l death. Bishop Mann 4
( packing a a a time. She was subjected to a grill J. HCUNAHH It; CQMPAHr. ORbAJfDO. VLOMIDA.at .
". erected a* last year he built one at : will probably go down to Inmakolee cross-examination but her testimony .. .. .
. Johns county ing l rr- IM I.. will Ji.t .. at* tW WhiteWmmxL .'. ,
:-... Lowell and another at Hastings. St. AUlrUstine.-St. today.Dr. was unshaken. The only witnesses (
41.r\ W. J. Hawkins of Plant City, will will repair John Anderson highway Godden had been a faithful for the defense were some
' house Mr. Hawkins from junction with Moody boulevard, worker the Seminoles for ,
,
;; ;\ erect a packing among character witnesses, and the defendant - ---- -- ,
mile south of St. Augustine, north to
t ,k expects to handle a large quantity many years. himself.In .
fruit this Pellicer creek 13 miles; let contractW. w
.1 i1. pf citrus season. .
;h ,'I j J. T. Wiggins, of Knights Station 11. Cochran. The shoe product of the United .
fm Plant City, also is putting up a States exceeds that of England, the county of London there are
!;5j railway bridges crossing over the BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL[ PURPOSES '..

II. B. Stevens, manager of the John entire interest in Hanson few more countries thrown tnr I streets. I ( 't;:
"\ B. Stetson Estate at DeLand, hall add- tract of 1,000 acres; will divide into,
: : ed new machinery to his pa'kingc trade and stock farm and fruit orchard -
> Ihouse.. ; r.pvote 450/ acres to stock raising .

r, A. S. J. McKinney, of Stanton, _is ; !>iiild stock pens; plans to divide '
<\, putting in the very latest packing se-lion of tract into 5 and 10-acre I Yellow Pine ]
equipment and points farms. ..... r'hedt-
nmise .
.t. ?'. ndhf xWeirsdalo three modern houses AL&A.DlNo..e- N1.. LdL ctdld :

;; hart been built and new machinery 1'itussvill-Upper St. Johns Drainage omr.ewtt aoo poy edtfteba tkuB.duy. aN ,

II>I Installed. All the machinery andejWpment district has been established by .Natwl..nts- +R 1 1:=-. :.:1:.; .
elect L "
for these packing houses court (I l"cree; will organize and t\ta d tltlaMwof l i . the marketln* :
( .cknowUdfTW *- > to '
,\ at other points has been furnished board of supervisors; embraces 265n ,- dtro fnrfWat- 1 crop, mrytbbt*U'fullr
,:, 'an* by J, P. Campbell, of this rity.tJ ( >0 acres in valley of St. Johns river =." Tbta ta exactly what. w. -.:::.. Than ar.no adTlco tlMortMM the EVERYTHING ,I
sad forth-all .IM
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and Osoola -abt *
i in Hrevard" Orange coun- ... ... book stn. to he.ed oa spri'rait
w. ttfld t* have It N( -
NO SIRHTSEER.e ties; includes basins of Lakes I'oin- .......d by'ce........ trap b( ..-.... ; 1
e 'sett, Winder and Washington.

\ ':,1.j.}.',;,i j tee'.. Little a cyclone Bobby carrying--Papa, did houses you'up ever in EXCHANGE--- ---OPTJM1SM..-- A Guide to Citrus Fruit Culture TO BUILD YOUR HOUSEt\

Talk about optimism, the Florida
the air and cows and horses and wag-
.a:l 'one upside down T Papa-No. my son.I1" Citrus Exchange has that feeling The Buckeye Nurseries Catalog .
'
t: Little BobbyDidyou, ever see a sea about the bumper crop of oranges this IT
-WE HAVE
i ," ? Papa-No, my son. Little year in the state and the satisfactory "I
;', [. 'Bobby serpent-I should think it 'ud bi tire- prices it will get for all shippers ship- Buckeye Nurseries grow superior trees-this has been .

'r ""''some to Jive to your Vfail.age and never see ping County their Record.fruit through it.-Volusia their successful accomplishment for more thirty years. We are fully equipped and manufacture all grades of lit.

,"i .-London Our interest in the trees does not end with the sale to lumber-rough and dreMed: -Ceiling. Flooring Siding, Door, '

,'': the grove owner, however. We want them to thrive Sash Shingle. Lath, Window and Door Frames, Mouldingof ",

, /W:, range Co. CommissionersSubscribe and bear profitable crops-and purchasers of Buckeyetrees all kind, Framing dressed and rough. Cypress>> Lumber. t, ,

,) are given every possible assistance to this end. We also carry a complete line of Brick,Lime Cement Paints f f':

\""t) ; for 3000 Papers Varnishes and Glass. We are able to to furnish'you everything "

TheBook1JpUiesBuckeyeSennceBuckeve for your house or your' barn, from ground to roof. to ,
Orlando, FlaThe: County Corn- I I brought Orange county-through the .
,
advertising this character that had
ssiorers subscribed for three fhous- of Buckeye trees has bar'.. 4 IT Nt:
S boon done in the Kissimmee papers. Service to planters
V ._ copies of the Orlando papers to Onoeola county has had this system in as well known as the quality of the trees the if selves. Our complete -

sent out to" persons whose names effect tot several years, and it ha and helpful cataloghas been for .years a most important I Send for Free EstimateWe L '

d addresses shall be furnished from proved profitable. The conclusion was factor of this service. The new edition is by far the most
and the commissioners would have
by that the
actions of the county -
t ando Board of Trade to induce Im- discontinued it if it hadn't been so.' attractive and comprehensive catalog we have published. . '

stion to and investment in Or- J. II. Reese, of the Ileporter-Star today for free copy}!,you grow citrus fruhs.. -

-a i county. who was present on. behalf 'of tile I- will be glad to give you Prices ,and' EstimatesL FREE.: :; t
v. committee: from the Board of newspapers, stated that it. was the Nurseries :
'' ?e composed of President Seth desire of the local papers. to make Buckeye Contractors, Estimates on",,,house. ;bills receive presspt. ...sMestiea., : g ,

draff Messr John M. Cheny, ariffln the experiment-assuccessful.. a1''pos- 10 07-"C1UzeDa, Sank. 8ntldlt1g. -\(1'( ""; .. r!'"

N. P. Yowell. J. N. Brad. aible, by printing matter that wouldbe .. .;.:," tY- v
1 and S. A. Johnson appeared be of especial interest to parties ,(\ 'Tandpa,:F1& .:
'.he commissioner and strongly seeking information about Qrangs- ... ,1\-- I'. : YellowPinefunlb Co. ;

that this form of publicity btrial. county, and that all, portions;"the r ; .

MI .a. .for six:months county would be re reaented. ; !; .
8.- S. ,Griff in._.tat d that .hestlfy There was no dissenting rote on theproposition Bear "- : ... : ti;

t to the benefit that cam4la and Chairman Pventrcet Buckeye Trees I tf! "id l95 Klia'Ii J1",.FJa;; ,..' ,
y i,kind of athrertiaing because was directed to act for th.IJoard inseeing )\
eF'.of people who had heeD the,contract perforated;; : I \ V
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VALLEY ''CAZETTE' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914 '.;
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::LThe BIF I ;:" : 'Kissimtriee: _Valley' 1 Gazette 1 I Credit Where. Credit Is 'Due .',,1| ""Ro kefeller's.'Foundation''To. .. .- l f.esti-. ,'t.


k'' r. PUBLISHED EVERY'FRIDAY.. OFFICBf II'l' VALLtqT'! ZmTTJ BUILDING' ,
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K188IMMltI. OSCEOLA, COU"TY Jl'LORIJA. 1 gate''IndustrialConditions; We Hope'
1 J -----I Editor Powell of the Clearwater Sun'kick* at The Florida Metropolis :

,- !a OwnerSUBSCRIPTION 1 for giving credit for designating"Florida Newspaper: Day" to the Kis8immee .., Own
; w. a. HARRIS . ._ I I'J Valley Gazette. Glad to Note the correction, Br'er Powell The He Wont Forget His Record'k
'
r.( y--- ._._, ---===:=: ---'- ._-_- -- .Florida Metropolis, of course,'called the first attention to what California

)1 RATES: One copy one. y.ar.--__________________._.H.a'J had done, and asked. the newspaper men of Florida to name a day, ,
?, On. copy,.Hi':& month*. __ _.__ _____Sl. m are ropy Ihrcn. muiillm _ -- ..7(1W ( and we are glad to (give the credit to Br'er Powell that is due him, and to and thorn beyond H

-. ..-._ _'H-: ____, ,___ _0- -..------ --, _- "- -- whoop 'er up. 'From the Bank to Mandaly" for a successful Florida Day. (By Gordon Nye) bullets the law, in uniforms putting of the national 'I

I J4., All 'Oonamunlcatlohi. ""r..pl' from our authorised <.?orr<-..pon army
46 I ,eluted by the wMter worth while. y
RjcUd matter will not be returned .unlcm' railed for thing by all Associated Press newspa human. It is lower, because .colder 1 ,'
'- ---. -- -- .'---- -.- and is of interest than the blood-lust of the !I''.
'-- There is no need for a correction. Neither is there any room for kicking pers; speclaj public @ I
f ra :! '. (BnUr at tb-;; PcmtolTIr In KlBnlmmec. Florida, as aocund-clnaa mutter) doesn't in because the Investigation, la proposedbv gunnmen t themsehes. .
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The "Newspaper Day"idea belong to anybody particular.It
'
- -- ,-- the Rockefeller Foundation. The I put the ravages of that black j'
aNr FRIDAY OCTOBERS 1914 just so happened that the Valley Gazette and Editor Bob Holly. dispatch Is as follows: orgy of April 2lIh( when a frail "
,
,y" named the tame date for Newspaper Day at the same time. fluttering, tent city in the mead-
= -=,=r the do Is do New York. Oct. 1.-The Rockefeller ; the dwelling place of 120wonen
The Valley Gazette believes that only way to a thing to it ow
Foundation announced today -
and it therefore asked the editors of the State, in its issue of Friday. Sep that it had decided to makea riddled to und7'h'ds'ilhoul: :! (children u see-was

Tourists Are ComingLet's Take tember 16th to join in the work andnamed, October 17th as the day. far-reaching Investigation of industrial ond's wuriini"und then fired, by c

1"" The following Saturday when we received Editor Holly's paper we were conditions in the United coal oil tore) 'he's with theImllets. i

'f Care of Them surprised and exceedingly pleased to note that he as president of the Florida States and that it had retained still raining:' and the victimsscreaming '
the services of W. L. Mackenzie in their shallow holesof
I Press Association, had by proclamation designated the same day. King, former minister of labor 1n 'I'uwlinlnlVl: : v on
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So why kick dust about something which isn't important at all. The of the investi refuge or .
; published in the NewYork Herald: up a Canada as director their bellies. through the fieldsI
: s s'nt The following interview was important thing is to make all Florida people realize the value of the opportunity gation."In put thai crime, not upon its

If the war in Europe continues foi twelvenonlhs New Yolk will and urge them to join and pull for a greater and more prosperous. facing the problem Rockefeller of industrial perpetrators, who are savages,
take the place- of I'uris us the Mveeu of the I tourists; and the ,ple-asure- relations the but upon I gentlemen of noble) !
seekers of the world next summer, which it eeiliiiiily will be this Florida.Are Foundation is deliberatelyattempting I leisure who hi i i-el them to t this
all agreed?
.r Winter, and New York ill likely to kex-p that place Mr. James 15 Re-gun, we to grapple with whatit service 1'laits!: of Boca t were! shot
proprietor of the Knukei bcuker hotel., said yesterday : "'I',,,\.lerH from Yes! believes to be the most complicated I out of hands: women running in
North and South America have contnbutcd u huge proportion of All right then, l t'er go-and here's hoping it will be the biggest day and at the same time the. the sunlight: to 'rescue their children : -
+ and vacation population, which have made I'uris the summer Florida ever had. most interesting question of modem were whipped back wjh(
.
,; capital money of the world .tr pleasure Purrs may not IK the Paris, of oldie times and it is precisely for the hail orI machine gun;; I till! '
1 t next Hummer It cannot he if the war continues. ." All of this this reason that the investigationhas girls who plunged into a shed< fo v"" .1... '
(. is certain to be demonstrated in fullest decree this winter:, Those who been Instituted.. I shelter were followed there with \
p, must care for the stranger in New York have)JI!been convinced by the unmistakable II Slaps and Bangs., I Such an investigation cannot result I forty-eight calibre) bullets) ; a "I'

fi signs of winter reservations and inquiries for quartets from in anything beneficial to the majority I gentle Greek; never mined, was
those that heretofore have gone abroad that un enormous enlargement of the people. Its just as af a theif captured running:' to the rescue i t ,, I
fit, "( Of the wealthy, plt-asure-Beeking class of our own and other continents Support the Kissimmee Progressive Club. should go before a judge and a jury I of these. women and children dying I
will make its home here duhing the coming season and inform the court that he would I in a hole, was captures. (! without po
1 F for the ben resistance. and after five i
"i., How long will these guests stay in New York when the snow begins lo lime to get out your signs, "Rooms for Rent. efit investigate of the jury.his own record minutes lay lend, under a broken i
,. *
v t+ fly? Not long, for the reason that these seasoned travelers already know We believe that the American I rifle, his skull turOied and three !
Ala 7 about Florida and its delightful winter climate and it is only natural for them Who accused Kissimmee of having a city dock. working" people don't care to have bullet holes ,m his back, and I
004 and) children still dying in
investigate
institution women
**" Rockefeller's gift
I" have been accustomed.
which
climate they
hunt to
to
a
the who remembers the Best sellers af 10 ? industrial conditions, for the I the hole l
By Nobody.
bet last year's straw hal that Florida is in- way. years ago tellbut
; r' Therefore you can your reason that a report coming: from such} J It it. no pleisuii' to
.' for a very prosperous season and we might just! as well prepare lo accom 4 a source would only muddy the economic if the public) does not learn the
k, ', modate a larger travel than we have ever had in this stale.I The Ga/etle. as usual, "scooped" the town on the Bryan-Shelby judgeship waters without helping any lesson of this massacre. t there will
.3 y And had 'inside information"either.. be ma.Kuer es of bloodier) numberin !
'' According to newspaper reports the armies, of American tourists which news. we no l>ody
t The Rockefeller Foundation will in the towns.
-I : have returned the past two months to their own country from Europe number all find that John 1>. Itttween one hunched and fifty
.t, upwards of one hundred thousand. Their return and the cessation of their Many are going to Europe to "fight for their country. Few will return. i isn't probability to blame for any of the industrial and t t-wo hundred men women and

na expenditures abroad means scores of millions of dollars saved for businesspurposes wars which are so common and c children h.i\e l been shot. burned

I t\ m the Unitde States and assures a large trade for home merchants But why go to Europe to get shot? Why all th'i; expense worry and so disturbing to the peace and happmess of clubbed) to death in then" two
.
wf f* '" here inconvenience of a long journey, when it can be done just as weH here. of the exploiting class, and, counties in six monthAnd -
through their purchases Rockefeller's
: what is excuse
J. ; such a verdict might ease John'1\ ('onI -
The following editorial from the Cincinnati Enquirer is further evidence I extent for all! this shooting: and. clubbing) and
I science to some
\\if b ,, of this prevailing opinion: We feel sure that our "Devil"would he perfectly willing to line 'em up However if the pious Rockefellers, muider He has testified that he is

:p '. Florida, California Cuba the Bahamas Bermuda the West Indiesy in back of our office and do the job with neatness and dispatch and with- father and son, really want to know opposed! to the settlement of the Colorado -

+ and Panama, these in the order named will be the beneficiaries of the out further worry or expense. the truth about industrial relations strike In-cause. he- \\,ulls to pro-
', travel which: the war has cut off from the nations of Europe from the 844Next between capital and labor they need tact the nun union workers' The
home All that isnecessary truth of the matter i is thaI the majority
'
: loitering places of Asia and Afriea.Jl October 17th is Florida Will bea not go far from
Saturday ( ) Newspaper Day. in Colorado
These resorts of Florida will undoubtedly be crowded from the you is for them to examine their of the striking miners -
/. opening booster that day ? Will remember five of northern the non-ulliun men of a decade -
to the very end of the winter season, and that will mean millions on you one, two or your own records are
t.. of dollars to the transportation lines leading from the north to friends with a copy of the Valley Gazette? You will. Rockefeller's industrial record is ego: over whom he then expressed -
+, that land of sunshine and flowers, and it will mean many more mil- M so sickening that its hard to write the same hypocritical' i ) care.
t lions to those who transact business in that state. about it and keep cool. And what No, its not the principle he is
; Cheer those "lower rates"are comin So is the Parcels Post I
up express I' industrial record all fighting for but ,principal.! It is the
house in order that be makes his rotten i
+, q j Therefore, its upto us to get our so- we may prop system. I the hypocritical is the fact that same fight that his family and his

.: erly prepared to take care of this winter's business. 4 he more as a Prince-of-1'ence Man. class. have been making for years-- '

We have club right now The Kissimsnee Progressive Club--which poses and profits. and bigger profitsall
a All that we need to get I2J/2! cent cotton is, to pass a law cutting nextyear's who talks of universal sweetness profits
i is trying to do this very thing for us. Whether it will succeed depends en- 50 light, brotherly love, and other slob- the time
crop per cent. That's a sample of the foolish arguments advancedby .. One of the inspiring. signs of the t
tirely the the citizens give it. bergosh.
upon support some Georgia bucolic organizations.: the times the fact that the working
man is )
In this article we judge rpeople
; A number of public spirited men and women have combined and are # and his class on their record Not are finding! them out. The

I; giving their time to this much-needed work. Every man and woman should Wouldn't you like lo see a law passed that could cut next year's crop by what they say-but by their deeds working people' will 'Inly laugh at the h
'.: ,\ stand back of the club. The city council should support their ideas so that 50 per cent. We sure would. do we know them. silly efforts to l he made by the Rockefeller -

accessary dock improvements can be made and entertainments furnished as 444 Out in Colorado Rockefeller and his Foundation to investigateRockefeller's
,. crowd of exploiters have since September industrial record .. ..
the club.
i outlined by You want band concerts this winter. Ybu also want roller skating and 23 of last year, been wagingone But why investigate. Ar 'lIt. theefartR i ,
We are going to get the tourists.. Let us show them that we appreciate dancing, and a good city dock with plenty of boats and fishing tackle etc. Of- of the most brutal industrial bat 1,0 clear that even he who runs
r .
their visitFlorida the United States can: see them There are at least one
in
K course you do. Well then give your dollar to the Kissimmee Progressive Club. ties ever fought .
to that million working men in America right's.
484 In that state it has come pass
Colorado is Rockefellers, the governor now who can answer the Rockefeller 1 ; 7
McAdoo gives your public money to the national bankers to' facilitate is'his, the courts are his and the mili- Foundation questions without any. investigation -

I "Booster" Roll of Honor I crop moving. Those bankers keep the money in their own private bonnet for tiamen are his. In his determinationthat at all.

their own profit while the crop. remain at home, or. rot in the fields.Newspaper mere laborers-the scum that These men know and understand
God created out of T>aser clay than! that this industrial struggle arise '
from the fact that all the. Indispensable -'
hall not or- means
Rockefellers-(
a October 17th hat been designated at Florida Newspaper Day, the two and find strength which union to human life are owned ;

at:which: time the citizens of Florida as well as the trades bodies of each I Day :. I ganlze rives, used machine guns to mow and controlled by one tenth of the
''
down population, who claim that the bual-
C 4 mail down these baser bipeds mow
locality are asked to out as copies of their home as
many paper 'pos their wives, mow down their children mess of production, distribution, etc.,
,. aible. Just then burn the bodies in the is not the husinens of the other nine j
ii to get the credit placed where it belongs we dsire that the Bar- -and
+ the tow Record and Jacksonville) Metropolis and a score of other burning of the poor tent houses in tlonlhM hut "our" busmen to be carried K ,
Many papers throughout state are planning to get out a large number papers wh..nl'vl"r.where
do not credit the Kissimmee Valley Gazette with the idea of Newspaper which they were wretchedly living on or not earned on y,
; I of copie.s on that date, so that they may have a sufficient suply of extras Day for Florida.--Clearwater Sun. Let us quote from the pen of Max, ever or however "our" private opinions ; ar
district at and mtere.tn determine w
who was in the may
% take of the increased demand. Eastman
to care Its just a matter of circulation. Brother Powell-circulation I You see its the time of the Ludlow horror and Its a struggle between class and r
I' The following papers have signified their intention of co-operating; with this way--The Valley Gazette covers Florida like the flowers that bloom in who knows the facts. mass-.a fight for the necessities of '

the Valley Gazette, and will get out specially good containing many 'Many reproaches will fall on life between the few who own and $
papers the
springtime Therefore it was only natural that when The Gazette suggested interests the who and
Rockefeller must use producewith
heads of the many
of interest the and of their the
particular articles advantages possibilities a day for Newspaper Day everybody was satisfied and said yes. for acts of tyranny, exploitation the tools the Rockefeller's and r

: and contempt of .the their allied interests control. P
laws of Colorado-acts No one doubts that this is the truth
Florida labor
Metropolis.
Valley Gazette's Rate Fight which are only human at human's of the matter. Watch the daily reportsof f
a Orlando
f
Reporter-Star.
., worst. They have gone out to drive the endless series of strikes -
fft; Miami Daily Metropolis. .' Attracts NoticeA back their cattle with a lash. For tween the buyer of human labor an ;1
Arcadia Daily News. them that is natural. But I think the seller thereof These two das

Melbourne Times. the cool collecting for this pur- are the product of the private own
r a of hundreds of degenerate craMp of the means without which
Eustii Lake Region. LETTER FROM THE NEW YORK PRODUCE NEWS. pose adventurers in blood from all the ciety cannot exist. Their interests necessarily
Palatka News. ) and vice of the earth are permanently and vio :J..
slums camps
Fort Louderdale Herald. New York, Oct. 2, 1914. x arming them with high power lently hostile to each other. Not i al

I Polk County Record. Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissimmee Fla. schemes now proposed by the Rodre
Clearwater Sun. .
Dear Sir feller class for the benefit of th
i Zolfo Springs Truth. : I the (complaint The Kissimmee growers -' working class will ever harmonii
Suwannee Democrat. Throught the inspiration of the story published last week in your pub- should follow the same course them or establish peace. W

*' New; Smyrna Breeze. lication regarding the increase of express rates, we have written quite an ar- If Kissimmee growers are members There can he no peace so long J

1 Hahfkk' Journal. ticle for the current issue. It certainly is an outrage to boost the express of the Growers and Shippers league, small HUBS of non.producerx take a i

Bart< Record. rates on Florida products. which they have done time and.again.. Gtower they have the PROPER organizationto Utilize the wealth produced! by t
f w their interests If they are great majority.And .
,r Florida Chief. and shippers must get together and take some concerted action in* ordero not: protect members of the league they should that is exactly what Rocket

fit' Fort Meade Leader. come ahead of the game this year. Mr. O'Berry has it about right and be and then their freight er other, ler and his class are doing. If t

Palm Beach Post.v with the dull financial conditions all over the country Florida products will no rate matters would be properly attended wage slaves refuse to work on SU 1 r'h

\ Y doubt suffer as is the case with other goods. *.. to.-Florida Growers News. terms as the Colorado mine own
Please remember, that this U a boosting proposition in which cit- see fit to offer--deny them th t
every columns these and will
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are open for protest against unjust rates we WILL DESTROY BUSINESS. rights as citizens, subdue them wi
; lien can Kelp oat at only a few cents expense, and it is one that will .bring surely co-operate with the growers.Any I gunnmen and militia lock them ; .
a better dividend on the dollar to the and state than other means I Valley Gazette. ,
; county any lime that we can reciprocate, call on '(11. The Kisnimmee destroy them and their homes Til t
of advertising. Are you going to join the list of Osceola. county boosters on Yours truly writing to the Interstate Commerce has been the Rpckefeller policy i t
Commission Washington, D. C., com Colorado that the ,
Newspaper Day j? "NEWS. wall policy of
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plains of the rate on Florida veg ultra-respectible Boston m Y
Advertisers should not overlook this excellent opportunity. This will be I I etables. The Gazette Cites the increaseon owners at Calumet; that copper is the pot '

v" a specially good issue for real estate, hotels boarding houses banks and ORLANDO WANTS EGG PLANTS. 'I the egg plant rate to New York everywhere wage slaves dare to as : ,
s other business enterprises to place their advertising. Mr. O'Berry, of'Osceola county, who runt an egg plant farm it finding City from 87 cents to $1.42%. and that they are human and that tare 4

J Don't forget the date- *iext Saturday. October 17th. suit- about the high rates to Philadelphia. New York and other points to : claims that the new rate means\ noted con in entitled to some. human. rights" I Yy
which he has been shipping his products without profit. If Mr. O'Berry'hadsoked 'I fiscation. Other increases are that has to e r
I' A product
about him a little nearer home he might ,have disposed of a goodly portion the complaint.rate to the transporting The divine wanderer, tram,
a high barefooted over the burning sands
r I Congratulations I of his crop right here in Orlando.'' Egg .plants have been scarce in' the company pay can not be made profitableto rocks of Palestine, calling igno }t

local market.--Orlando Reporter-Star. the producers and will eventually men to follow Him, holding out P '

destroy the producing business.-,-AD- and life to the downhearted, the t<'+fw
t4 The Valley Gazette extends congratulations to the Orlando Reporter- FIGHTING FOR GROWERS.The that Florida growers can I locate the alachicola Time.. the broken in spirit--it seem .. trouble and get it adjusted. Even it of belt for such
# C\\ Star on its new dress-full seven columns wide and cut in the latest style. Kissimmee Gazette is endeavoring they get war prices for products it is SURE THING I mockery Rockefeller to pose as disci m pi ,f f

By introducing a good newt cut service the Reporter-Star has added a to get at the why and wherefore not :Tight that they should pay it out News for Christ and as men "groping t
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the several
W5 "'j; feature.that will .help the circulation departments and the popularity of the of an advance in exp reasa. rates from in transportation. Tees.-Manatee River As predicted the by railroads want more light," while at the same time] z
that to New York and informed ,
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It paper. People like plenty of good pictures in a paper, and the wise editor by the local agency being of the- Journal. money years for hauling tomatoes to certain hire thugs to pour kerosenestrikerB' '1

k ','is 1M< nan whn uses plenty of cuts-from comic to fashion cuts-to illuminate Southern Express company points. Are you a member of tents and use machin ? '

\ t Kit text and give ,the paper that happy look. : company was helpless,. the that DON'T AGREE. the Grower and Shippers' league.? children.No to mow.down defenseless!worn : 3

;. changing the size 'of the from Commerce Comm saiott fixing-"all the If not you are letting other men pay
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k ,profit. by ,the end of the year. : the rate has been greatly increasedand ,.terstate Commerce Commission." We it We don't want any of your

.r:" The"paperhati ,constantly( improved ,appearance since the Hon. Joe cites that a crate of egg plants annot agree.with this way of getting; THANK'YAU.The thropy.Colorado We and caught hands you red-ha aren't 1

a y Reete'has taken ship: .a'few months back.:and is now tome attractive-little which last year cost 87,cents jot shipment wrongs'righted.; It fs not the course' Gazette stands right We .know you--and your your
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}.. THE MILLION: DOLlAR MYSTRY HAROLD'I- \ By MacGRATH;-'




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I could think of to catch the mysterious I :you the business of luring the butler And this man Braine Is a scoundrel! the hands of Paroff he would presently .. .. . ... . . .. ... . .i.tt. ,
visitor at the Hargreave home; they away. Half an hour Is all I need to "Yes; and more than that, !HI Is the pay. He took her' straight to
had thrown out a hundred lures to bring that child here, to break the dear friend of the countess. But un the. executive chamber of the Black :
bring: Hargreave out of hi* lair, and wall that stands between us and whatwe derstand, you must never let her Hundred and pushed her into the room ; G.RAYSTONE
:; ; failed; and they had lost a dozen valuable seek." I dream or suspect that you know. By exclaiming triumphantly:
men and several thousand dollars. "Is that so?" murmured Brain. lulling her into overconfidence 'some "Here ie Hargreave's daughter! ,

This must end' somewhere v- and "Olga, I want-you to play a trick on day she will naturally grow careless, 'Indeed!" said Olga, throwing back vu&&iulA .
_ _ quickly. this handsome delegate large. I'm I and then we'll have them all. I think I her veil and standing revealed in her ,
The. one ray of hope for the conspirators not very enthusiastic over his talk. I understand what your father's idea I mask. , New and ..__4."_* aat_ .
lay In the fact that Florencehad I want him is M1*? tor' sale from .ICC ta
humiliated. All you haveto ; not to have them arrested for "Olga! cried Braine laughing.And $5,005. at Oraretoae.", Oerac
never seen her father and knew do, he says, la to walk into the blackmail but practically to exterminate that was the inglorious end Basaar.Lv.mtiu.ftit.. ,
fill, not in the least what he looked like. Hargreave house and walk out again. them, put them in prison for such of the secret agent from Russia. L" P11111 MgI. .
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Tf,1. They determined to try again in that Well let's you and I see that he does terms of years that they'll die there. (To Be Continued.) i"01 ,1
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% direction. that and else. When .. . ,e.I
nothing .I'U have no you BBS a snake, a poisonousone. :
", "Give it all up," said the countess one meddling with.my own game." don't let it get away.> Kill it.1 TIME TO CALL A HALT.
1 : : ; } ; ; to Braine.dj tel you. whatever is Some one sneezed, and everybody : Well I must be: on to my work." .....+.o..pp.p,00p.'
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back of all this is stronger than we looked at his neighbor.i> : The sneeze' ,"And you be careful, t,o. You are I Sam Trlplett,-of the St. Cloud TrU '
are. He knows the organization and was repeated but muffled, as if some In more danger than I am." bune, has departed from the usual ;
'. 1 for all we know he may be a ghost. one was desperately anxious to avoid "But I'm a man and can dodge custom of editors to sprout wings Strangerare.
:: 1 l"I never go back," smiled Braine. sneezing."It quick," he laughed picking up his hat. and is sprouting rear Wheels Listento
"There's something more than the came from above!I'. whispered "What a horrid thing money is! If him: "Soon our rear wheels will ,
million. Ther>e'. the sport of the Olga. "Don't look up." I hadn't any money, nobody would skid on the sand-oil streets of St.I : .
. thing. We've been bested in dozen Bralne was cool. He walked idly bother me." Cloud."-Orlando Sentinel. I

\ 4V\ '. bouts, and nearly always by a Duke. across the room to where Vroon_ sat. "I would," he .smiled, Jle-wanted Quit calling- our St. Cloud neighbor Either Ilarge
They have the breaks as'they say out Very well, Paroff; we give you free to kiss her, but the eternal Jones "Sam.W.. hi vhside information
I I that he named after Stonewall
If .at the polo grounds// might be was
?" rein. 'To Vroon he said: "Some one watching from the windows;
: "But the time and expense when we is watching us from the room over- and so he patted her hand instead and Jackson. If you must call him '..omeI or small ; '
', '', might be getting results elsewhere!II hed. I thought that room belongedto walked down too gravel path to the I II thing other than his real cognomen
tell you Leo I'm afraid. It's.lik"alwaYB street. I. call him "Brutus"-that'll be more '

J" ,, ". heanntr: some one behind you "It us.does" said Vroon stolidly. It was! difficult work for Florenceto appropriate anyhow. ,1'
,'. and never findjifr| anybody wh,'-n you play at friendship. She was like 4
"Then how isit, that some jnals Palatka.--J. B. Figaro secured
turn. I have told you my doubts.I watching from up there No excite. her father; she did not bestow It on building at 710 Lemon street, and will ;
t :'y ; have also asked you to trap that every one. .She had given her friendship -
ment. I'm going to bid goodnight equip to manufacture cigars. -
everyone If
butler but you've always laughed. and then I'm going to investi.gala' to the Russian the first real big SO
"You are seeing ghosts Olga. A friendship in her life and she had Only One "BROMO QUININE" ,
: When I leave will "
: ;: : \ : you quietly '
new man fro'm holy Russia. shrugr- been
disillusioned.
roughly But if the
r. send men to all the exits to the build To get the genujnecaIl for full same 1.AXA.:! .. .
ring, "is corning tonight, Evidentlythe ing. I want the man who sneezed andI I countess could act, so could she; and BKOMOUUlNllsK. Look torilgastiiAolK. Ask > :-
.I' head over there thinks our contributions of the two her acting was the most W. CKOVK. CurraaColdinouebay. IMopscough 1
want him badly. and beftdscbe and work oft cold. 2Sc.
of late have not been up consummate She could smile and, ,
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to the mark and they going to Olga departed with Braine only Mrs. Summers s
:I :: : are laugh and jest, all the while her heart
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she the taxi that
immediately sought
; stir UR up. I am willing to wager my was burning with wrath.
soul, however that that box is simplya brought' her and was driven home.It One day a week or so after her 608 Penfield St., one block,"?,
I hoax to befuddle us. Either that was always understood that when meeting with Norton in the summer fOR f fRESH FISH west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde, ,' ,',
,,i- : or it holds the key. But the rest of any serious exploit] was under way house Olga arrived, beautifully the 2nd avenue west of courthouse ,
.. \ them insist that the box must be recovered. hereabouts she was to make her departure gowned handsome as ever. There leading south). )

': When I leave this room tonight at once. was not the least touch of the adventuress OYSTERS AND SHRIMPCALL
.' I am going over to Riverdaleand Vroon stationed his men at the several in her make-up. Florencehad .'o .....4...+..o..s sbO,
stalk all by myself. I'm going to exits and Braine went upstairs.The just received Rome mail and she -

,. "," get a glimpse of that mysterious \ man who had sneezed however, had dropped the letters on the library
stranger. lie curries a soar of mine had vanished as completely as if he I I| table to greet the countess. She had Let Me Fix UpYourPlacethis
somewhere for I hit him that night." had worn that invisible cloak one ,I' opened them. but had not yet lookedat Broadway Fish Market
: The door opened. and the executive reads about in the Persian tales. Asa I their contents. -
chamber became silent. matter of fact after the second
They were chatting pleasantly
$- ; :: ; "Count Paroff" boomed the voiceof sneeze he had gone to the roof got1 I I about inconsequent things, when the Phone 50 .
Vroon. "He will present his cre out by the trap. and jumped-rather I I maid came in and asked Florence to
dentials." risky busmessj.jjoo- the next roof 'come to Miss Susan's room for a mo Served or Promptly Delivered Anywhere Summer
: This formality was executed as prescribed i' and had clambered down the fire escape -'ment. Florence excused herself, wondering in the City.
a' by the rules; and Count ParolYJwas I of the second building. lie was what Susan could want. She tM
given his chair. lie spoke for'a swearing inaudibly. After all these forgot the mail.
ly I ;:'I l'::; while, rather pompously. I days of care and planning after all As soon as she was gone the countess I am prepared to convert

> "The head organization is not satisfied his cleverness in locating the rendez- certain that Jones was not lurking area of land within 'a
with its offspring in this Har- vous of the Black Hundred, and now about, picked up the letters and RUBMYTISMWill I any
' greave affair" he said in conclusion. to lose his advantage' because of an calmly examined their contents; and reasonable distance of Kiaiimnee .
, : "You are slow." uncontrollable sneeze! He would nev- among them she found this remark- cure.Rheuinatism, Neu- i'

'\ : "Then you have come with some er dare go back and just when he able document: "Dear daughter I raltia.He datb Cramps, Colic no matter how

I ( Ttt..e_ 1'' suggestions for the betterment of our was beginning to' pick up fine bits have never seen: I must turn the Sprains Bruises Cuts Burns Old 'I rough or neglected, into aproductive
t i" : business?" asked. Braine ironically."Sir of information! So Florence Har treasure over to you. Meet me" at 8 SOres Tetter.. Ring-Worm. Ec-
.1.. : was to have a new father ,
t I greave going in the house. Tell no one and remuneratire
' is the hour for summer -
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1'1; etc. Antiseptic
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in a day or so? There were some .
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ti ....e said the agent coldly. as my life i is in danger. Your loving
the clever rogus among this band of father." used internally externally. 25c condition.
7t I I Braine made a sign with his hand theirs; but their cleverness was well
could have
t.M; : :: : : : The countess laughed e'
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not observed by one.
% I a sign every offset by an equal number of fools.
Paroffs
L xath. Paroff bent lowly. He aloud. She saw this man .. .. .. .. . ..e.. ..4 .
..... recog- Yes there clever ,
were some
f rogues
..!;'.. : hand; and here was the chance to befool .
% t far. : -1 nized that the speaker was the actual and to prove this assertion Braine Secured and humiliate him and send him LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY Estimate and Plant .
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Iir'r' _e.r.:. I not the nominal head of the American a taxicab and drove furiously off packing to his cold and, miserable u

..;. :r... : : branch. away, his destination the home of his country. She had made up once as AT LAWSPECIALIZING FurnishedAlI.iLaw
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"What are your suggestions' ancient enemy. lie dropped the caba : she could easily do ..
Florence J so
11'... : nominal head 'from his an< ,
ta .;<;, chair, anxious 'to avoid a clash be- stowed himself away inthe summerhouse was the fact that she did not IN, "': -

'!:' a....'. tween the newcomer and the truculent at the left of the !lawn. It would know whether !'-orenc, had! read the ABSTRACT' -., ,.\ ,\, .t .:' ',
....7'I master of them all.! have been a capital lJea-tha is, letter or not.; Thus. she did not dare .- .. .. ",Tie D.vaJoper of Modera cj MaIM '

If.,: "r.The. . greave's"I have daughter been informed hat never that teen liar.her" if and the anticipated other man this had very not thought thing.' So of changing destroy it.the'clock. '.She ;first then she-thought concludedto of .. \ AND., .ir. ,, ,.;.......;; ,"> l.r I". !!',,I:..", "I"Ii.; ,.......', ,";, J:"

... father, not even a photograph of him, he used.a public pay station' telephone drop the letter exactly where she TITLE WORK B.z14S.'C
,' '. said Paroff, more amiably."We : and Braine waited in vain, had found it and trust to luck. r ATK BANK BLDO "-
the I Ilt are absolutely] certain that waited till the lights in the lIar ..e"ve When Florence returned she explained ee'e..c.o.G.c' t.e' . Kittimmee Fla.
_.. this is the case," said the nominal house went out one by one arid it became that her absence had been due ,'
t-:.;; ..... .1.f. ,I head who was known as the president wrapped in darlcness] within and household affair. -- -- -
tI... to some trifling -
I we tried one play in that direc- moonshine without. I :
f. .their. .. I, tion and it failed miserably." Braine was a philosopher. He returned Said the Russian : "I come primarily :
, By: / "I have the story," replied Paroff. I to his waiting taxicab drove to ask you to tea tomorrow where
'iojIVort.t. was clumsily done The ruse was home, paid the bill smiling grimly they dance. If you like you may ask
*::". ': I old one." and went to bed. It was going to Mr. Norton to go along.' I begin' to It1
.t Into. 'I Braine was frank enough to admitI be a wonderful game of blind man's observe that you two are rather fond ,
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.. tr." I truth of this statement, however buff, and it was going' to be sportto of one another. |
..... he disliked the admission. He watch this fool Paroff blunder intoa "0. Mr. Norton is just a valuable
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(( pit. friend Florence a
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.the ak I "I have authority to take a hand The next afternoon Florence and smile that quite deceived the other ; . I . .

... this affair. We cannot waste all Norton sat in the summer house woman. "I shall be glad to go to the .. ,. ,. .,' I .
\ '. Those government plans of I I talking of the future. Lovers are tea. But I shall not promise to -
*.mcc.._. I fortifications of the Panama are I prone to talk of that. As if anythingelse dance." I _4 i .,;,4 ,1.
....... ('. There's your millions. But ,, in the world ever equals the present "Not with Mr. Norton" | _0 : ,
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- a_ .. fact remains that it is the law of ,, They talked of nice little apart- "Reporters never dance theriselves; I .
rM"... I "Black Hundred never to step down mentsandvacations in the .summer thev make others dance instead." '
ia I absolutely defeated The hidden and how much they would save out "I shall have to tell that," declared _
.. ... I is but half: we must find and of his salary and a thousand and one the countess; and she laughed quite I -'
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, .-,.., I thi reneJlad.&Jar reave." other things' which would not interest honestly. ::
i ..... I "If he lives said Braine. you_ at all if I..recounted. them:: in "Then I have said something witty t ,
- save "Who can say one way or the oth- detail. But they did love each other ?" ,
.mOared I. ?" brusquely asked Paroff. "The and they were going to be married; "Indeed you have; and it is not only ,.
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/. that alf your plans and schemes you may be certain of that. They witty but truthful. I'm afraid you're .
I I..M .. .. come to naught should prove to did not care a snap of the finger what deeper than the rest of us have any .1 ,
L The: that you are not fighting a ghost. Jones thought. They were going' to idea of." p I_ .
pair : is hut one way to bring out be married and that was all there was ] "Perhaps I am," thought Florence. _: _J_ ;" ..
I .the fter. truth." to it. Of course, Flornce couldn'ttouch "At least deeper than you believe." -
; ball "And'that is to make a captive of a penny of her father's money.If When the countess( fluttered downto ,
,, ,;a Daughter," supplemented Braine. he, Norton, couldn't take care of her limousine-Florence hated the ;
.fr.|are.. we have worked toward that her without any help, why he wouldn'tbe sight of It-and drove away Florence Yes-Sometimes It Is-But Look '
Tit. ceaselessly. We are.quite read worth the powder to blow him up. remembered her letters. And when -- ,
a re( listen; to suggestions, count. dear must be she to the I purporting to be \ : ,
your "But my you very i came one 1
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L at.1... : "A rd. so am I,." thought"the man i careful," he said. "Jones and I will I from her father she read it carefully, I Out When The "Bump" Comes.

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illrl!' above. "And some day. my en- really get hold of you once God alone destroyed the missive.-absolutely confident .
.... friend I'm going to-pay' you knows what will happen. It is. not that it was only a trap, and not A saaa may' f. oa qaiis a wail fpeadiBf very War k. situ :

eel and.... for that bullet" you it is your poor father they wantto verv well conceived at that Norton u sora, er svea befere he gets if-cad kar a peat Hate delag 11. .
bat Count: Paroff cleared his voce and bring out in the open. If they had given her nl ntv of reasons. for bat ....IuD,. t'tkorus". will ..... I '
and. ] his plans before his audience. knew where ,he was they would not believing all such letters to be forger ,
:.dltlon Fl. : "To act frankly and in the open ,too bother you in the least. ies. Her father. if he really wishedto Tie Mraiaj day". Is .b. ud ta cease *eoa.r mr .later, vfc.. tkaus t I .
boldly to the Hargreave home and "Have I father SometimesI ar her would enter the house he '
t Black. really s ; I -.peat disses: aad _Dan woald CBM late smtratj geed play: I ;
I ..' myself Hargreave. I can doubt. Why couldn't he steal into : would rot write. Ah when would she ., .... ..

j.".1._ -\ myself in a manner that will the house and see me just onceT"I I see that father of hers. II o mvsterlons. Ta. tiase to thaw .. UM ......, habit .la m**_ '
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least tem Orarly fool the butler.", he dares.not. This houseis always ? ... .
..- : "Perhaps always hoverlngnear, unseen et t . ... .h aJiat eaQ '
Jut woek. tide
S "Who has been with his master for always watched flight and day, It must have been an amusing adventure .1i '
ind. ... years, knows every move. though you'll look in vain to discover for the countess. To steal Into ... "W ...ci Hare caamfarUbl. aad ........ -

us .. gesture, inflection," interposed any one. Your father knows bed the summer house and wait there rot eety.undUfeeIastb..IabItgT.waady.srJ.I1ar. ,
_.. i "But proceed, count proceed.i I what he is doing my dear girl. You knowing if Florence had advised Jonesor multiply. .
as wH\, remember the old adage; too see, I met him years age in China; the reporter.' If caught, she had '
my.:. cooks." and when he started out to do a certain her excuses. Paroff, the confident,'
.... "Ah," Hashed back the count, "but a thing he generally did it. H. however, appeared shortly after. STATE 1
I._,. cook?" i never botched any of his plans So "Mr child!" whispered the man. B..NKO.F
Tile Olga touched Braine's arm warn- we all must wait. Only I'm going to : And Otga stifled a laugh; but to I
ease : (' marry you all the same, whether he him K sounded! like a sob. '
ra "You mean then that there has likes it or not. The rogues will try "I am worn out," he maid. "1 am KISSIMMEE: ; '

: talk in St. Petersburg of dispos to Impose on' you again; but do not tired of the game of hide and se k." I 5 ". .. j j.ck :
of, come on. ?" pay any attention to notes or per "You will not have to play the game I. J,

"A good deal of talk sir," haught- sonata in t the papers. ,'YoVve been long.".,thought Olg .' Capital- -. ---------, ----, ------...._-* *......, ,. ';
forgetting that h4f had bent hom through enough! .AndJt.was a lucky ..rTb.money: is hidden in my office 1 -
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h e enough but a few momenta. con*. thin....that.' I. was,,on-.that. freighter down town. And we must go thereat -, H---: -- -.. . .
I "Very well; go on." that picked'you up at iwT'l shall one&Wbeit.we'rturit'w. will pack ...-<.... t" '- .....r t:"" ,

Thought-the ,run at_the peephole>> always.:wonder:how,,giaf,'yaehjtopjr; up and leave for Europe. _I've. longedto . / ,!nm''Y _., ..;.. ,- I -
) :."There's another adage when fire."'.' jtttt.t ,.-[,. ,.4j "fy" r... .. ... .'... f> aee'7OW'ct"' -'-->aT! -_ "\ "t. ; : '''-! ,1..i!< '1-o\t. ': .- -
fall out thenhonest shalMr I >e4 .Florence' -her C 'A. : ] .
: men get -110 repl yYba poor fool! And they sent you CAR.5ON.Prost51; mJfcl.JLEE..V-K.tW.. ..
| ""dues.Yes. .,. "-yes; .proceed.,pro brow.',drawlnr:'together'Jn"vP sjJ.imenu to"supersede'Leo-t" she) mused..: ..' >, j .. I'J 0 ,
!I", ' '9'4"1.: iw -' ."Sometime. ..I-thlak..'I amst ".She vlayed wit the farce to the r.TI ; M. f.r AT7. ..I tf va Pr'I.J -.; :
rt went on.'.,..T'shall/then b havv'dABtf'.it.: : '. ';Yo,. '1 I1rtr."people-:out end.i ..JBbe'perwittedVberself}r'tG. bepiniond ., .. '
-' the Hargreave; hoo.. and of their>eads do-strange. things ,'I and jogged; and for what unnecessary "L'. .ROMA THOMAS,, Cashierad :

,/ ,my own. ")eantUne'I 'leave to seem, to .see myself, .. ..as in"a_'dream.' roughness Ibe', suffered' .at''. .. ,- - a -,1
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rA.GE" a THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, OCTOBER ltll! l.'I

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FARM TALKS .


., ,::';." r!;. :: Society Notes e For the-'Children' IJ I !r i I j CANNING CLUB. WORK I FROM HOLDUPS' GUN :1,:.


' BYBSE.EVANSf L I'( Knuz.: who travel for a bank ::U:
'J. ; ", Millie! Belle Harris, Editor.) 1 M..t.r. .PoMum la a : Miss Annn Bryan < arson i i- tjv fixture upply house in Columbus _
\1 1 I 'I(ounty= agent for The Girls' Tomato the
\ wa a visitor in city Monday Mr. i ",
Qur Littl B.at. .
i If Revert b ease t* all patroa of tie Valley Gazette to send itef ., f COUNTY FARM DEMON. 1 Club. She intends and td to visit begin eeryohoo"the workIimmediately Kunz uaone of the victims of high.wamen :
3TRATIOX AGENT WORKING holding up the auto bus between i
,. \' ,{ society eveaU Is the Editor for pablkatioa b these column UNDER SUPERVISION OF I, in the county in the next two or threeweeks. Orlando and Winter Garden ,' ..

j UNITED STATES DEPARTME.VT ?he will give hort talk at ,, wine time afro ,and until a few days 1 '\.
,k ,.'4t' ,; j OF .AGRICL'LTURE.Strawberries. the schools! to the girls about thi'purposes at" ',va1tonfinod to a hospital on ae- '. '.
11111111111111111111111111 ,111111111.,1.,111111, > 11" and plans of the club
j count 'f. the wounds he suffered. II* : .
... The planting and (canning of tomatoes bullet's "' '
oooooooooo ml! ,carnet two ai a. result
Civic League Men i nt. are not the only I obj Uof interesting r '
4 4 of the encounter, one of which de- '
The Cine LeagLf .I'll:1 meet next!
p .' Tuesday October .ti ,.' ; P :'>1. at 4 CHURCH XEWS.oooooooooooooooooo. < i I Strawberry ,.growing has become the girls in the Tomato rrived him of the use of his right' 'j""
the chapter hou*<> 4 4 'quite an important industry in some Club. !It is desired that they will plant hard and he has to learn to write i .

li Member whf. .AT. >pointed on parts of Florida and is being agi- 'and can other farm products, and'. with his left one }I 1 1It
y 'r tatedquite 'make use of all their resourc s. Thehome remembered that '
; extensively in this will be th. :
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'7 committees at.the la-' "*.ion of the county 'r-
d 6 ms,.' at the present time. garden is necessary in order to highwayman, who held up the auto | ,
society to itJ .adjournmentfor 4 ?
previou s
: One of the advanced supply cheap and at the same time ; entenced to fire
reasons that and
the und all'ufficen 'are i If \aumvicted' :.
: sumer, 4MEN'S MEETING: SsL iDAY. 4 wholesome food for the farmer The I
| as a money crop it comes at a timewhen j
to.tx star-
{ especially requested presentpromptly 0- 4
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there of the waste fruits and the
i. caving
1 practically other
with reportsSHAKESPEARE! 4 A 'pecial service for men only' < I no for winter.De
vegetables
on the market and :preservation
l _ crop : consequentlygives UCNLAIMEDTEffFRS 4
R will be held Sunday afternoon *
of the home
are'part" economy'v.
good 'returns Another
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d : C1.l'I. 4 at '{ o'clock the (. Cat- 4* point
in ray clone favor of should not be negl- cttd. The
i The member of the Shakespeare ,. Club entertained i long shipping season, as the plants JHE )
were delightfully & men's Union and as a part of 4
I' Mill produce a commercial from til the women and girls of the county.
t Tuesday afternoon by Mr. F. C. 4> the series of revival meetings 4* I crop *
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.. A fine work is being done in Hills
''t t Bryan at her home on Summer Stret. -4 Evangelist Richard: W. Lewis 4 Jr .. ... -- about December the first to April the The merchants thereav Knsimmee, Fla., Oct. 5. 1914.Advertised ._
'Tbe memberare the 'Tarn- I first; or a period of nearly four :sorough county. letters for the two weeks v't',
reading
4> will talk to the men on the subject 4> ,
has
that the sale of canned goods --
ing of lh.- &r_" at pre...rn. 4 "The Doctor's Secret."" .4 months. ending October 19, 1914. : i 1'/'IBlackmon '
P .f I Selection and Preparation of Soil. !fallen off mrtiratrty: One hundred and
{ Delicious refreshments of cake and 4 1 4 Clem; Bomds, Will; ''"*
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.... .aw canning' machines are inconstant '
Strawbenes be )twenty-five .
can grown on most Dixon H. R. ,tDraggf
feed grape juice were cerved Thosepresent .OOOOOOO..OOOOO I = 3 1 Bryant Mrs Loueser; ; ;
,
'' I of the low lands of Florida. A dark use in that county '
; { were: Mrs Knbb. Mrs. I Lewis; Hanes, Henry Harrison ,
A' I l THE REVIVAL MEETING. One of the animals that tandy loam is preferable although Miss Carson's time is at the die- .
queerest William *
U ., Boise, Mrs Winn and Mis Aultman I II I Mi1Annie< ; Hall ; ..
i The next meeting will be with Mrs.1 I Last Sunday afternoon and night ., have their home in the United States they will do well on a gray sandy. soil J posal of any who may with to talkto Hampton, S. E; Hecker, J. F.; Kline, }\
( the services held in the u that is well drained. Avoid low her and she will be glad to furnish
' Knbbs at her home on Main Street I were Gray-;I the opossum usually abbreviatedto water Emmons ; Lee, Miss Sarah Jane; .)
-+- stone Casino in order to get room to possum in the southern part of the logged soil Plough the land early I pamphlets prepared b}' the I>epartment .- I angford. W. I.; Mills, Miss Prisler; ,;
,, THOMA -GOR& accommodate the crowd. Both services country, where he is best known. He and deep; being careful not to turn [ of Agriculture! on all phases McAthur James: Thompson Mrs.
7l ji The marriage of Miss Effie Gore were largely attended and the is the only member of the marsupial up too much df the subsoil Put the of farming. Katu Troutman. W H. '

p and Mr. William James Thomas occurred audiences were very much impressedwith family known outside of Australia although soil in good machanical condition before B B. SIMPSON,
+ t II Monday at high noon at the : the importance of right living there are many species of his planting by the frequent use ofa EUGENIC MARRIAGES.; Postmaster. i

I home of the bride's parent in Bas- Much of the afternoon service was family in Central and South America disk harrow. Itill, important that t

RJ1 -l aenger. Rev, P. H. Meneley performed devoted to the children in an jlljus- The possum as we know him is about the land be thoroughly prepared before In this da>' of progressive thought. Service
t 'r the ceremony, after which the guests I: trated lesson on the Book of Life and the size: of a cat His head is long, the plants are set; otherwise we are sometimes inclined to believe : Expert Shopping

1 : rnjoyed a wedding dinner. The parents I! the Book of Death. There were no muzzle pointed and he has a long prehensile they will receive such a severe hock that we are mapping out a. future too i '
+4 of both the bride and groom are'I'meetings during the day Monday as tail. That is the little animal"in transplanting that if they live atall idealistic to er be realized :: for Florida Ladies"I '.

old settlers here and the young couple I Mr. Lewis wished to rest but at the that can use his tail as a sort of fifth they-will_come---tntobearing too Among the questions being coneid In J ck.onHlt ,
.l t have the beAt wishes of a host of I l I Pastime that night a large crowd foot. He is able to grasp the limb ofa late for the "top market prices." ered is that of eugenic marriages, and I lia\H chipplnir established...n ice for the II'{
friends ''met this consecrated minister and the tree with it and frequently hangs Planting. I it is taking such a strpng hold upon : l"dl'M of Florida. Thli will -
l --4- weeks work wa begun He has held from it suspended head down. The There are two systems of planting/ I the public that the need is not only :; npl\|, them with any mercha.n- "-
HA\ENH-REF\ES four ada with good at- known ((1)) the single and < :Ji solo. dir\ p.I.'I..d b) person of !rood
meetings ) Qe&h! of the possum ill considered a as row i recognized, but i! in process of t.\ rind l ought b) txperlencedtn
r, t Invitations in the following form I If ; attendance and deepening interest. delicacy in the southern states where the double row system, In both flY' | tion--as i is evidenced by legislation in '" It wIll) give Them la- y yri'pt' ,
iy' .' y, f have been received hv friends in the The kingdom of God doe not come t i Itaked and eatenit.h routedWf'.t tem the plants are set on ridges or I Wi '<'or -in and other state"- c" "I MI. 1, M and. moat up.to-date ,
i city: Hr and Mrs William I.. Reeves :. observation off the ',,,...t.I ..i IB "lIh"1\1 'xp.n.ive trip ,
by jet it ic very plain potatoes. One of the peculiar beds; this IP done to carr) For centunee: men and women wholly !- I'. .. large city .
t i invite you to be present at the marriage that many people have been very things about the possum is that when; water in the spring!', this giving better unfit: to assume the acred marital -. lid fc.r full lartlrulars I re-
I of their daughter Georgia, to much helped and will Ire btfr and threatened with harm he pretends to drainage, and allowing the land to be I i rela' o' have given and been given In'' .. I I I. .,hnK, .inn.' f (this city
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Mr. Thomas R. haven, on Saturday useful lives. Rev. Mr Lewis has after rain. I In the I ' I,? I titid ""titis Trust and
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I more I I.* dead The .expression "playing worked sooner( a marriage! with the >f'.ult.that tr>d ,..., Bank
a
i afternoon,'the eventeeth of October, done awonderful work among the pos..lm"com"l1 from this trait of the single' row system the bed are three I we have a degen-ate 'ac'e1Ve irs\l1ii' C (.' KELLY ,
ti I at four o clock, at their residence, children There have been a few conversions animal. The illustration shows a po<- Ifeet( wide and the plants ten mche are at lat :'earnrg( that a Iii, I.'. "r 1 I'' t7t','st Duval St .I
Hillsboro, Kentucky the drill In the double 1 I .1.irks a among grown people sum in a tree He was snapped in in the row vstem eased body cannot produce a healthy I II
h The bnde-to will be remebered and th? faith and love of the C""rt.- Pennhylvama. Farmers say that t os. the beds are four feet wide with two child nor leave its mate untainted (1{

l mthe city as a former student in the! tian people have been deepened ums are great poultry thieves Perhaps I rows of plants 10 or 12 inches apart. I Not only should parent safeguard

jr I 7 Osceola High SchoolHOOHMENS Mr Lewis ig polished and i'ent.leIn pome of our young friends", who Fertilizer.: their children from making/ unfit mat
A' -fk his speech, always showing the mark.; live where he thrives! know whether he 1 The -trawberry is one crop on I nages, but they should also refuse to ::1
Y CIRCLE. i I of 'a Christian gentleman As aprearh..r or not. 'which' it is not advisable to use stable. I allow their own diseased or deficient .;
The Woodman's Circle their ,
held)
.' he is clear, convincing and manure but to produce almost entirely children to
regular monthly social Tuesday even- j' earnest He I I. a deeply) pious man and with chemical fertilizers Stable I marry. ,
I' wiFely rf'Hralninlfrom/ marn, -
By Our line fall merchandise 'f.
..f ing in thelodj'e rooms of the fraternity | recommended because new vf is ;
I no one will hear him without wantingto manure is not until physically fit to assume the "
bUilding. The following age now hire and we are prepared to sat.isfy
program live better often burns the tender roots of theplant I .
it from
FOR : relation the second generation i wants, whether It.. Silks f
all BABY'S
was enjoyed by present: j CARRIAGEDainty your f;
The meeting will probably' close and also carry insects, eggsor will rulethe
: may develop a race fit to
.: Song-Woodman CircleRecitation new Dress Goods, Trimmings Hsts. Shoes I i
Sunday night and it is hoped that larvae. I'I earth.
-Allie Mae Cummings. or Outeriiarmenls/ for men women or ".
for the few days large Eight hundred pounds 3-2-10: ( nitro- thesubject
remaining should be made
Piano Solo Miss Laddie. Handmku Band to Take I This question children Our stock is large and our f i
; crowds will the the drill 15 to 20 days
wait ministryof first ) in in
upon of careful study every woman'lI '
r I Recitation-Elberta O'Berry. the the Place of th. Leather On.. r tgen sufficient'When I assortments are not equaled in any J|
usually
good is
before
Piano Solo-Ruby Prevatt.k man.4 blooms planting add 1000 or 1200 I club until public sentiment hap other HiBsirnmee store. Come and see (t--:)(
appear to take
sufficiently .
Recitation-Lit.tI. Miss Oelr. BAPTISTTCHURCH. been aroused up 1 "

y' e Recitation-Etta Mae Suhl. The pastor of the Baptist church pounds more adding of an additionaly of its! practical application.A H. C. STANFORD CO. :*
100 to 160 pounds sulphate potash. study of statistics will quickly reveal -
e Song-By Woodman Circle. will preach at the regular hqur Sunday When the berries begin to run I the need for the reformation I II' 1(1\(;\
Delicious refreshments of
ice cream Because of the revival .
morning.
down add 100 to 150 pounds nitrate I' be
will) finally
+ and Woodman cake were and Woodman served after Circle which awarded the- held meeting at the no Baptist night church.services will be of stand soda. The better potash under makes transportationand the berries I' the Eugenic rule just marriages as.today the need of temperance Get Your Fresh, Fat ;

$ : up and prohibition! are realized: ,
; the camp honors. with the effect of the I"i
combining It will take a generation or two to
LITERARY last application of nitrate of coda the world but the APALACH1COLAOysters
UTOPIAN SOCIETY.The impress it upon result
Utopian, Literary Society of ti j j gives a heavier yield of large bemes. I is inevitable.Let .

t. the Osceola High 'School will bold its ;; S mzl/sr Harvesting and Marketing. us begin it today.-Woman's
i .t first meeting of this. year in the IHANTOOLE LEATHER]j These are important factors in National Weekly. .
?
should be
school auditorium this afternoon. The strawberry culture. Berries
"'following program will be rendered: ti.M'r. picked with the berry away from the IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS. .
Hand hand and placed in the basket or FEVERISH CONSTIPATEDLook. .
Reading-Miss Amy Makinson. tooled leather Is very popular I
a Quartet.--Rose O'Berry Edna'I II this season. It Is used for matinee cup; care should be taken not to --- I ', ;
? braise the berry. If berries must be Cr AT THEBroadway +
I Schwickart: Ethel Leland and Nina i I! bags, band bag and ptinea. Two washed l ,use ice water ai this will Mother! If tongue is coated,
f I
t ( Bratton.Piano Solo-Grace Winn. dainty coin parses of the leather are,I cause them to hold up better in transit cleans little bowels with "Cali- i .

.'. Violin Solo-Toney Rogero. Grade each basket and label the forma Syrup of Figs"| Cafe 3
small berries with
Reading-Mildred Winn. crate. Do not put -
Piano Solo Lois Johnson I i: the large ones for if this is done the Mothers can rest easy after giving;( \ i'I' r''>

; Reading-Lorene Donegan.Dialogue small berries rule the price Sellingf "California Syrup of Figs," because in I
-Dollye Alford and Will o. b. is most satisfactory and this a few hours all the clogged-up/ waste. j When you buy \palachicola Oystershere

Mason Tiller. can be done when the acreage. devotedto sour bile' and fermenting food gent I v )ou are sure of getting only ";

i Reading-Paul McK<-... this friut is increased moves out of the bowels and you have good wholesome. .strength-giving r.t l
The Utopian J'Ournal-lattie Belle B E. EVANS a well, playful) child agin.
r Harris. gym,. Sick children needn't be coaxed to. Oysters direct from salt water. We j-

p+ +- rsra o l O oooooooooooo 4 take this harmless "fruit laxative" ]I are prepared to supply you in any ''Jt

pbi r I U. D. C. APPOINTS DELEGATES wtr 000 \\H\TWOMEN ARE DOING- 4 :Millions of mothers keep it handy because I, tuanni>'-pints, quarts, _or by the
TO SAVANNAH CON\ I' they know its action on the I...
; TIOX. ; 4 gallon./ Why not !some-for supper tonight -
,,, The local Chapter Daughter of'' OOO OOOOO OOOOOQ and stomach, liver and bowels is prompt ,, ;.

',' Confederacy met in regular business a Cities Hate Police Women. Ask sure your druggist for a 50-cent hot .

r t session on Wednesday and appointed Wells tie of "California Syrup of Figs," Direct Shipments Received Daily
%r delegates to the national and state I Mrs. Alice Stebbins the pioneer '
conventions. Misses Elizabeth and r w.irwr, police woman of the United which contains directions for babie1children -. .
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I I has the followingstatistics of all ages and for grown
+ tt Anne Canton were elected delegatesto States, compiled The Broadway
a :
>% j the national convention, which 1J on the distribution of policewomen ups. Cafef

meets in Savannah Ga., early in No- their succession' being approximately *'
7s vernber. } in the order named Los ,
I Delegates to the state convention : ;fla4a "
which meets in Kissimmeel I ( Angeles. 5, Baltimore! 5, Seattle. 5; C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

e \; November 3, are: Mrs. R. W.-Cobb I, II Fargo N. D., 1; Bellingham, 1 : Grand
- ,,:! Mrs. Jim Miller, Mrs L Ingram and Forks N. D.I ; Topeka, Kan.; 2; Toronto
:J Mrs. A. A. Simpson Canada 2; Omaha, 2; San The Waters & Carson :::

The different i.wnniiltees made I j c4 YP bF Francisco 3; Rochester N. Y, 1; .
Fr; their reports and everything was I ( Chicago 20; Ottawa Canada, 1; Au-
! "r;) found all right fo:. convention week. '' s ve I I rora. 111, 1 ; San Antonio Texas 1;

iy .,f The program of welcome, to be given i I I Syracuse, N.{ Y., 1; Pittsburg, 4;
\o.t !," on opening night by the Will Bryan i Sioux City, la, Superior; Wis, 1; Grocery Company '

chapter has been arranged as follows !I! Salem Mass, 1 ; St. Paul Minn, 3;
{ : 'Minneapolis, 2; Denver, 1 ; Colorado

"' i t' Call to order 7:301M.: ( Spring, 1.
v, i, America-Chorus. !' The work of these women has been Wholesale and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES ,

.;.'' Invocation-Rev.V. B. Wither- : tr -J-: ...lJ so entirely satisfactory and is .
spoon. i I ing of such incalculable value prov'l

w Welcome, for City of KiuimmeeOJ DAINTY HEW 001JT I'V"_ police force of these cities that
", '\ Mayor H. R. May. AMD FOB BABY'S CABBIAOB. i introduction in all of the leading cities' '

Welcome for Press-C. F. Johnson.: here pictured. They are decorated' The accessories for the I of the United States is question ofI c.
.J Piano Solo Miss with the popular butterfly pattern. perambula-I I short time. -- .
Ruby Ellis. tor, the little I but a very .
.J, Welcome for Board of Trade-Lewjj i i Chamois leather la rather expensive, ,' take;* his airing carriage, should in always vh/ch, be baby as 1---1 t 4444. 4 .O40c . 44 400040 x4 . . .. ..
t O'Bryan.Welcome. so that it U Just as well to know how dainty ; I o .
as possible. The little
'.'. for Son. United Confederate ,! to clean It. Put it In a weak aolutlon I may be lace trimmed or hand embroid-pillow. There are 4,436 w'orking) women in 0 WE SELL: 4 WE BUY: h
; Veterans "W. B. Cranford. of soda Into which HAY .
: you have thrown ered. The coverlet may match theseor I Kansas City. The average wage of .
Mnsio
; -Miss Alma Griffin. some grated Leave O 4 HIDES C
soap It for two out other ,
some
carry design.
week. Nine dollars
Welcome for Will these women is $6 a .
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,t Bryan Chapter hours and then rub U until clean I The strap that keeps the little tot GRAIN, 4 4a
Mrs. A. A. Simpson. I. considered living Six o
a wage. "
I from FURS .
Finally rinse the leather In warm.soapy falling out may also be hand ,
,: Chorus-Florida, My Florida. water. Wring the leather In a made. Air these pretty things may dollars a week means poor food, poor 4FERTILIZERS, 4 4 I

x-, 1, .u..r..Carlotta..Response for President.Division-Sitter Es- linen cloth and dry quickly. It can : be fashioned at home. The shops clothes, poor shelter, no health, no recreation "' SHINGLES- O. WOOL 4
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'fr .Chorus- -Suwanee River. also be rubbed dry and bmahed yaW I prigs where they for most are sold of charge them. very high? no education. A living wage 4 .. -

Greetings from State United Confederate oft. I Ii means good food, good shelter, good ORANGE BOXES. I. -AND ".
+ V.terana.IAA i The carriage strap Illustrated hare *
health. An effort Is being made to, t
', Greetings from State Sons di Vet- TWO POLITICAL is of wide satin ribbon neatly gathered ORANGE WRAPS : ALL :
PP PARTIES. and lined with organize these women that they maybe .
.::. rans.. I a plain piece of the 4 .t
s Presentations and announcements. Tom ;Watson-say that the South satin ribboq of a pale shade. The able to demand a' living wage. VEGETABLE CRATES. COUNTRY I-
< edge are trimmed with frilla .
of .
Cbonaa-Dtdo.'O\. I needs ralen.ciennes '
i two :political partiea. Just like ,:

\.. .: the other sections, and Tom" Watson I Clusters lace of, satin. ribbon rosebuds} How, To" : OaV* ,QoJala*,1' Children.aM . '. -CRATE NAILS .* : PBODUCJ : tip.

is right As it is, there are two fan are knotted Ym.bya.aark_. -.. to.reno.r '
;.J.. 1 1.' '.(TUa 'paper b paid -far' tf not tions of, the democratic .party in the i band, whQe> the along ends.the of length thi band of are the ..: mmt_4M. *.ass..- .!..-=a ,. . . . . . . ., .. ..... ......... ,

;-t. ,:1 ** *3F/S2j**' Ole Commisdon* oath aa distinct ,in their" .principles finished with coquettisa.knota of CklUm: take it ... area k..w a V Gild..,
", ,J.'I.itr.; ; oaaty.' ad Iav : and sympathies as-war* over the re lOW ribbon A Uttk sadist dj AIM metaltyiritamr _et.d to.w _. __sat w. sell 1... aaA garaesi seeds of aU klads. .' ;;i

2tBad to:roa a* a courtesy.1qr sprt Jed bWda. of J the band before tats._.erw..w""owDooo- eat le..ttr.es.r. tae Wa .... ...... attention to Ittlag oat llaatiq aM eemplg patWe,1.
...' CIDOI'L. . It Is 2saMfflff&J3SsS! tIae two piece of ribbon are fastened pass__u-er 11 brawI.Ynp i /:-. Fwa. delivery In city Hsalta. ...... 101.. UL ,,'" -. ,

>tYwyf? .MM. &Del ." together will add to its dalntinug.c ..aRSaflant Ask lor__r_.- .t. i5 TJoe Wa are cavsUjr 4 ses1l
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do ---- 0--
r j. .. 0. Hendley, a shingle l'manu-' Commissioners' I the board their"o1htlonregaidinghareopening. / $ BON TON(SIiOP OPENx'BRANCH
A Reply I .
From The
; of PanMofkee, spent..Mon I STORE_IN ST. CLOU1L

; looking after, business. matter. Another road 'controversy: ha-arisen Mesdames Woodbeck and Ro of:"
: I .., Com CommissionTo I MeetOct. 14. ToBallot. over the lIeW section of the'county i.ro
,, ' the Bon-Ton Hat Shophave opened a:-..
betwenKissimmee
.'H. :M. Pfann and road shortening the distance branch tore in St. Cloud, which ia in
\ daughter, Mr*. GaztUe Letter and B. R.
Loughman.
K s Prepare of Mrs.'.Hatcher and located in
.
Kdnle, have 'returned from charge
afar 4t I t: Garrett is contesting the right of way thebuilding occupied by the Goodrich -;' ,J .
a pleasant with!
.,W. J,, Waring., visits . .' Interstate Commerce Commlgfalpn The board of county: commissioners and appeared before theboard again Jewelry store. Mrs Hatcher I.a ia
i II : i i i'i tlls Office 'of the Secretary: . In regular,,session last Monday ad. Monday with his complaint.: After a trimmer of many year experience ;land
Elta Witherspoon has re 'Was iingten.: tourney until October:'II,,when the 'lengthy diacusion the commissionersInstructed Is fully competent' to keep up
from the mountain of North October 9,' 1914. i l board meet'to revise the registration the county attorney to the "qual tJ"*'- reputation the new Bon
t: ; ; where the has been spen\.'
: the rummer. i -- Valley Gazette: Kissimmee, Fla. +I ment for the election of November 3. or otherwise disposing of The branch store I Is the only mullnary ) -

I> ; R. Blenis left Sunday night for Dear Sir:: j Instructions were given the clerkto the matter. vREFRIGERATOR ,shop in the Wonder City ,
'. Wayne, Ind., to look after busi l This will acknowledge receiptof place on the ballot the national and
! j I I. Cures Old Sam Other..*** Wee't Con.Tfc .',
matter and expect to be ab your letter of September 22nd, state candidate who were certified to MEN .
about two weeks. relative to express rates on veg- {I him by the Secretary of State and also went ee.. BO matter of'bow sag:.t. .
.. .. the
.
,
old nllabta IMPorter1
! cables from Kissimmee Fla- to the of the candidateswho r* cured b" wonderful
names county .. '
A tl..ptto rle.ltae Oil It &1.-
| ; V. E. MuDenix and daughter New York City and polnta.ln New j were nominated in the last primary. VISIT KISSIMMEE Pate sad Neala at aM"_UJ5c..lOa..1Ae.ri, ..
Tuesday for Madisonville. Ky., England. A* you doubtless know, The board decided that it

f' they expect to remain as per- the Commission some months would not place the name of any candidate ______
'residents. since completed a general investi- on the ticket when said cand- D. W. Davies, of the Edw. G. Davies

Vickers, of Tampa, spent gation in the matter of express date only certified.' to his by tonven- Company, of Chicago, and J. J. Koep- CARLOADOF
in the city. He is contem- rates practices, accounts and i tion. pel, manager of the Davies Refrig-
locating somewhere in the Kis-j revenues and issued a report pre- The complete democratic ticket follows erator Line were in the city one day
f Valley at no late date. scribing a uniform classificationand !: last week conferring with a numberof "
I reasonable maximum rates United States Senator-Duncan U. the local regarding the FINE, STRONG, HEALTHY ,
and Mrs. H. C. Lightsey have between points throughout the Fletcher. growers '
establishment of headquarters -
probably
'
from their home on Milliard's United States. The rates 4th Congressional
Representative
> to the city for the winter. the Commission prescribed be- District-W. J. Sears. here through which to cooperate Mules
f by with the growers in the shipment Horses and g.
are located on Bright street. ,
came effective on February 1, Commissioner of A&riculture-W. of produce in refrigerator cars.
f' C. Baldwin, of Jacksonville, was 1914. Since these rates were established A. McRae. Messrs.' Davies and Koeppel have
I at the Park Hotel the only as the result of a Justice Supreme Court-John O. recently opened an office in Plant City
j part of the wek. Mr. Baldwin is thorough comprehensive Investigation Avery, T. M. Shackleford. and will operate on a large scale there '
I and dealer in typewriters of the matter, the Member of Assembly-N. C. Bryan. this year The Davies service was inaugurated "110.- .
was here on business. Commission cannot informally express County.Assessor.--W.._I. Barber, at that point last season r '- -- ;...
::4r' its -disapproval of the'ap County Treasurer L. Lupfer. and although but few cars were load- :" J/t' < L."i
"H. Brokaw, with Grifflng plication thereof. If, however, such County Tax Collector-C. "L. Bandy. ed at the ending of the season it :
the tree people. 49tX rates are believed to be Supervisor 'of Registration W. proved big success. .

i; 1 Lucile to the Pike, of Eagle Lake, unreasonable: the matter, shippers.to the Commissionfor may present Griffin.County Commissioner, District No. ..".''C)::-;.-.......,-"" :'-'" >';':;;r.
come city to take a course END STOMACH TROUBLE ,0- ;..y; 't
If the new business college and is, authorative determination in 1-E." L. Lesley. GASES OR DYSPEPSIA r -
with her sister, Mrs. R. B. the manner specified in sections 13 County Commissioner, District: No.
i' at the Manhattan hotel. and 'n' of the act to regulate com- 2-R. V. Lanier. "Pape'a Dia pepsin"! mares Sick. Sour Will be received
i f I merce. These sections of the act County Commissioner, District No. Stomach feel fine
I Gassy surely
,. the out of state people regI provide for a formal complaintand 3-A. F. Bass. in five minute
at the Manhattan this week a full hearing of the interested County Commissioner, District: No. OCTOBER 15th
If what is
Fred 1;. Coe and Walter Abel, parties. A copy of the Rules 4-Young Tindall. you Just ate souring on
Elmire, :--:. Y.; Miss Nellie Beebe, of Practice before the Commission _County Commissioner, District No. your stomach or lies like a lump of 1
;' \ Kan .; Mr. and Mrs. \J. is enclosed. I am also enclos- 5-Frank Walker lead, refusing to digest, or- you belch -

1 Jennings; Bridgeport, Conn., ing a copy of the Commission'sreport Members of School -Board-W. C. gas and have eructate sour, of undigestedfood dizziness We invite all those interested in
or a feeling ,
J. L. Carrey, of Bristol, Va. in Railroad Commissionersof Bass, Walter Broson, J. S. Stratton.
fullness bad tastein
heartburn, neusea,
H. Lawson returned Wednesday the State of Florida vs. South. mouth and stomach-headache you securing, a strong mule or hone. ,. i ]
. Tampa, where he has been under ern Express Company, 28 I. C. C. CREEK FOLK can get bletsed relief in five minutes.Put .
at one of the hospitals for 634. SHINGLE an end to stomach trouble foreverby to come and inspect them.

': weeks Frieds will' be glad Respectfully, getting a large fifty-cent case of
, that Mr. Lawson is gradually G. B. McGINITY, Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store.
in health and will probably Secretary.the I WANT ROAD REOPENEDA You realize in.five minutes how needless -
: to be at his place of busi- it is to suffer from indigestion, MACH BROSBroadway
: regular merchandise rate to provide -
within two weks. disorder.It's .
petition from citizens of Shingle dyspepsia or any stomach
Bunnell, County Commis for egg plant shipments. Creek was presented to the board of the quickest, surest stomach doctor
Mr. Carson explained to the growers in It'.. wonderful 1 Kissimmee Fla.
I the world. ,
Frank Walker and Willis Chan- that the making of express rates county commissioners Monday asking ,

member of the school board, mo +was entirely under the control of the that the old road north of the Shingle ---------
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up from Baseerfger Sunday, Interstate Commerce Commission and Creek station which was closed by
[ a
remained over till Wednesday. )[that the commission has established a the commissioners several months

) Walker and Chandler were zone system, such as the parcel post is ago, be re-opened for public use.. The I il
.i : to attend the regular monthly'I operated under, and express rates are road in question runs through pri- CLOSING OUT SALENow
'i of their respective boards. I jthrefore based on distance to be cov- vate propetry but had been used. fora

; and Mrs. S. A. Bogue have re- ,ered. Both he and Mr. Tenny in public road more than twenty years
this stated that and a number of property; owners in
speaking
from where on subject
Michigan, they
the past three months 'and. are I they considered that the zone system, that vicinity complain that they have
been "bottled up" by the closing of
domiciled in their winter home on is a basis for establishing rates, was '
1 t St. Mr. Bogue{ is an en- the right one and that in time the the road. The commissioners nameda going on at theNcw&SecondHandStore fl
: over this section and relates commission would be able to correct committee, eonsisting of Earl Lup-
.' fer J. W. Prentis, Henry Partin andJ.
,
'
seeming inequality existing.
he talked Kissimmee to alot any
r W. Miller to the road,
'" go over
Speakers at Meeting.
" during his visit. He thinks
H I prospects are. splendid for a good Other men speaking! at the meeting consider the complaints, and report to

(; season. were: S. )B. Aultman, president of the
, Growers' Association; W. J. Sears, II. J
'+ J. Richards left Monday for Lux- C. Stanford N. C. J. F. No. 66'6. t
Bryan,
,,. Ark., near which place he has a O'Berry arid B. E. Evans. Express Come and see what wonderful bargains you F;
cotton Mr. Richards prepMad--eapMIalIi
plantation. TJ to pfeacfiptlM
a
. k. rates were argued pro 'and can by
, harvest this year about 100 bales these men and express officials, and ice MALARIA or CHILLS & FCVCM.Ft can get: Everything going at less than cost
/,, fleecy staple and goes to make the meeting accomplished one thing e we.la dons will break waytw,wedIf ...
for either lake the bale the Fever will notreturn.
storing or] least- and a* a
a"r'C the crop. He carried a st have growers clearer idea of expressmenboth the .' It acts oa the line better them J. E. MULLENNIX

}jl, of copies of the Valley Ga- ositions confronting a ; them. The growers prop-- Calomel*ad doe .not.,...,sick... 25e n
with him, and while away will .
feel that if express rates continue -
c some missionary work for this well
so high they might as quit ---- --
, farming. Express officials feel that ". I H
( have to in I .
they must produce carry x
\: WITH order continue in business. . '. '.. .
MEET At the close of the' meeting Wednesday I e" \' '\ 1t.t' .II. ,
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: "Resolved, that it 1 i. the sense of : "." .. : ,
t this meeting that we approve _:Mara
general proposition, the proposed new .
(Continued from page one.) I KATZINVITES
! | rates, but that we recommend that
the this time. I
rates existing at
':
the express officials present be askedto
growers' association immediately:
I confer with the express companiesin
up the matter and voted to pe- I
! an effort to get a further reduc-
the Interstate Commerce Com- ,
: tion af the proposed rate on egg
to provide a special tariff, if plant."
t( for this season's shipping
. the farmer could realize some

. on* of his the crop.Southern In the Express meantime com LAKE REGION EDITORS YOU TO INSPECT THE

notified local parties and the r
r that the company would
MEET IN ORLANDO
a new rate on vegetables in ef-
: on and after November 1, which .-
I
.. be materially lower than the
rate. i| The Lake Region Press Association ReaflytoWear .
met in quarterly session in Orlando -
the the
melo'tingVednesday ex-
;I Wednesday and while the meet-
officials reassured the
growers ling was not well attended, the business -
this new rate on vegetables: will
session was interesting and profitable -
effect November 1. The Inter- I
to the newspaper men. In addi- Department
Commerce Commission has this
tion to the Orlando newspaper men,
under advisement now and it
I
those present were Editors C. O.
that the lower
rate pro-
s-f Cordinffton of the DeLand News, R.
the Southern Com ,
by Express
J. Holly, of the .Sanford Herald, W.
will be made all I .
operative on
B. Harris, of the Kisfcimmee Valley
connection. well its I
'at. as own I
Gazette and C. F. Johnson, af the
i I Osceola Journal.
Decrease Propohed. i At the business session various

Wolfle, speaking; for the com- matters of interest to newspaper men .
gave: a detailed and compre I were discussed and the invitation of We Especially Call YOUR Attention Our '
\' report on the proposed new Editor Holly that the association meet
with comparisons between the !:in January at Sanford was accepted.

existing until February first,
the rate and the
present pro-
rate on practically all the veg'

shipped markets.out of The Florida present and rate to KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELLHealth Pirintzess Suits and Coatsfor i

I I as fixed by the Inler- I

Commerce Commission is 75' Is W aslh Saving, and SomeKisHimmt'e
< cent of the regular merchandise ,
People Know Howto '
( It is proposed to make it 65 per Ladies-the Best Yet
on the light weight: commodities Save It. .
60 per cent on heavier articles \
.
.would in some instances make i
rate lower than the old rate. But Many Kissimnvee people take their ti
case of egg plant, 'which is lives in their hands by neglecting the
of the most valuable crops of kidneys when they know these organs 4
) county the rate wduld sttll'be need help. Weak kidneys are responsible -
The existing rate per crate for a vast amount of sufferingand
plant to New York' City is ill health-the slightest: delay is ,
.. %, the proposed rate is $1.15.- dangerous. Use Doan a Kidney Pillsa
I more tjian the rate local -- remedy that has helped thousandsof
shipped under last year and kidney sufferer Here is a Kis- 1.
figure they will come out ten simmee citizen' recommendation: ?_ THE KATZ VALUE"Dry /

in the hole on every crate they Miss Vera Mollennix 115 Park ,
='_ : under the $1.16 cent rate. street, Kissimmee, says:. "Not very ,, 1#' 'l
: C. A. CarBOn?who was one of long ago I used Doan' Kidney Pills ... ,

'i. ,. speakers of the meeting, for disordered kidneys' and a weak
two method. by which the back and got very: satisfactory: n a1ta. Goods'and '
:ti;:. i t. on egg plant might be lIB afae- I know Doan' Kidney Pill do all they Clothing Corner

ffy; decreased, in his opinion. One are represented to do.;,otherwfae I :

i">: that the express company change wouldn't give my name La'recommend. .
I estimated weight of a- crate of ing them pu ,.." -" ,

a plant.. from fifty to forty pounds, Price We 'atall{ .dealer. 'Dot ,
.k 't would give of 91% centa ..; .
; I to N.rYork.. An- DoanY Kidney..Pllla. the same that -
, c" ,L,' ; r.medy'auggestd .... the mak- MisJHellennbr had.. ter-MJIbiirn .r" e . .
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( :! a third .rate off K0>per cent of ,' ,
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y OO OOOOOOOO 600.00.0. NOTICE OF ELECTION' Section One of 'Article V of:ths Constitution irorica. "OF EXECUTOR iron FINAL EBAILEY

f :. Wh 'r.... Tbsi Legislature of 21*. Is hereby agreed to and shall I9I5CUtROE.it. f-f.

SCHOOL BOARD CAMPBELL. under The Cona,ltutton of 1181, of the be proposed and.submitted to the electors . "-' , i II
of, the State for approval or 1'.
Florida. did three Joint
Stat. of pass and Paper flautist
St.S4 .f Painting
$1 section at tbs next 'general, election C..r .( the Cesisitr J54g .
Resolutions proposingam ndni nts to
"O' O' OO" 'O"'O"'OO'O ths Constitution!: of the; Btats of Florida hereafter that I. to shall. said Section In Fi.rIde r. Estate. of, Charles" Edward FrknlcHn INTERIOR.WORX'A SPEClALTY
On. of said Article bs amendedso
and th. sam wer aarsed to by avote ..
Mr. Henry;. L. Over tret made a of thrss-flfthe of"all the mcmbars a. to read a. follows Osoeola County. -
Mabbetta .
NoUoe .Is herebygiven to all whomIt 21 Street.29tf :
HAS MEETING section 1. Ths judicial of the .
.leotaito eacla) house that the voteson power '
( : ;;.... business trip to Kissimmoa Saturday.Mr. said Joint Rssolvtlons were en- Stats ahair"bs vested In a SupremeCourt mar oonetrn that on the id day of ':,"

W. R., Wilson, of Green Cove tared upon their rsspsotlva Journals Tflrcult Courts. Court. of Recordof November A. D. 1114 wa shall apply to

; f Springs, .is our"depot agent while Mr with :lt"d': ; :: and anddireot nays thsrson.that. and I I.all'Jolnt County Bsoambla Court.County.County Criminal Judges and Court.Justices -, said the Honorable court as judge T. M.'Murphy of probate. Judy. for of a \

Oct. (, 18U J. Y Morrison Is in Tampa to undergoan the anal discharge as executors of the estate :
KUslmmee. Fla., > Resolutions be submitted to I of the Peace and such other Court. THRASHER
Franklin deceased C. F.
Charles Edward
'Th. met operation on hi. eyes. or Commissions as the Legislature may of
,. f. Board of Public Instruction the Isotoos of In ....Ion, there being present November 1114.Now I front time to-time ordain and establish. : I
regular ,
Melt and
Mr. Bryant family are will present our final accounts aa *>-
The Lwlslature the
H. may prescribe
W. CT Chalrman"Oeo. W Th r.fora. I. Clay Crawfdrd, ,
\ Bass ; OvrJVstreet ecutors of said estate, and ask for their SHEET METAL WORKER :
with his brother 'compensation of ths Justices and
few days
i and W. W. Chandler. Also .WA .. spending a Secretary Stats of the !Stats of FlorIda ;
t J. Bear Mr. Frank of Haines City do hereby rlv notice that a Generat Judges of the several court., but no approval. .
superintendent Bryant
court heretofore established under the Dated Mar lit! A. D. 1114. Steel Ceilings. a Specialty..
Election I will be held In each county -
meeting were H .. BEBIAKEIt.ELLA .
4 Minute of the lait Fla. Constitution and laws of Florida .hall
In Florida on Tuesday next succeeding
_ p (, ,read and approved Rev. E. A. Milton! preached three : the first Monday In November' be hereby abolished.The M. FRANKLIN.Ez.cutorLQmo. Phone 149-R. Kisslramee. Fla. :
I
-. 8. It. Lupfer County Treasurer reported fine sermons last 'Sunday. That being A, D. 1.14. the said Tuesday being the '--- K. PARKER. i
votes ca.t In compliance with
.
as followi.To third of November for the ratification -
j day
;; he Honorable Board. of Public brother Milton's last time we or rejection of the said Joint said proposed Amendments and the Attorney.
W. SIMPSON
J.
Instruction. In and for Osec-ola county : will now have to call another preacher. Resolutions proptoslns I ; amendments to canvass. declarations and returns D' .
4.: :I herewith tender my report a. Treasurer Mrs E. E.: Brown .pent Thursdayin the Constitution: of the State of Florida thereof shall be subjected to the sameregulations TALK.
and restrictions THEN SHE COULDN'T
"' of Osceola county for' the month vis: as are
,! lot September 0.. 1914. Kissimmee. A Joint Resolution proposing: s.nAmendment provided by law for' general elections DENTIST.

I" iirmrrml flh_l K..... ," -, Miss Bessie Garrett was the guestof to Section Six (5), of Artloe In, the State of Florida. "And what do you think I'd look
To balance. from laat report ._2.922 04 of In Testimony Whereof. I have hereuntoset Upstairs In Katz Building.
Miss Ernestine Brown Sunday. Bla-ht (8) of the Constitution best in, George inquired the chat- '
from Comptroller Florida my hand and affixed the Great 9.a.. m. to 12111.f .
; received
-
c ,To> balance the State of relating County -
( : J May Redpt 1 00 ZOO 2443 I Mr. E. E. Brown, of Winauma is Officers. Seal of the State of Florida, at Tallahassee tering wife at the recess of a three OFnCE HOURS : 13o; to 630 m. '

\ .To amount received from Tax visiting his family this week. Be, It resolved by the Legislature of the Capital this the twen- hour talk on clothes. Telephone No. 76 Jun o.p.ITT :
3,00n.P4" ty-fifth day of July. A D 114
COII.ctor-pol. 1912-1913 Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrlck returned the Stats of Florida: H. CLAY &RAWFORD.ast ; "In a coma, darling: replied Georgehe I

i 47 home October 6, after a few weeks I Section That the following Article amendment Eight (8)to). (Seal.) -- --Secretary' ;' of- State having secured his hat-New York ,

",, .. By paid warrant a. Iwr Hut 1.454.16 visit with her relatives at Hamburg of the x..mt1tY n of the State of Press. DR.) W. W. CARSON I
Florida I. hereby erred to and shall ,
> *, W Balance ___u .u. .' 1141511I Arkansas. be submitted to the electors of the NOTICE. DENTISt I
I:.e k '* -*..-.rT-ktM.I 1 DI..iric. Yo. I. The people are busy preparing to State at the (genera.!. election to beheld -----, --,._- -- ,1
L To balance from last n'port $ 1.08(130( puf up their oranges as the packing on the first Tue.day In November In Clrpnlt Court Tth Judicial Circuit
;C TO amount rooel\id' from' now. A. D. 1 >*>H for ratification or rejection : at Florida, la ..d for <>reola Cenaty... Office over Cole's Jewelry Stare I
i Com pt. May Dedpt 3 liZ houses are opening Section <. The Legislature shall pro- !. Cbaaeerr. '
-- Rev. E. A. Milton of KiRsimmee.is vide for the election by the qualified if Neglected Office Hours: 8-12. 1-6. )

_'IIS'( _| !I2By here looking about the building of electors In each County of the following NOTICE OF PETITION TO BE MADE Constipation, Office phone J 58 ) "'J'

t church. Some of ; county officers: A Clerk of theCiiou4t A FREE! DEALER. Serious Illness Residence" 23 1 '". '
,t'' paid warrants as pet lI..t'. I the Campbell Baptist Court. a Sheriff Constables a Causes ..* .
_. $ '.'IJ"* !>2 lumber already here and it is Gas administered for extraction .l 'cI
Dalanccu the is I County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Collector Notice to all to whom It may concern Constipation, if neglected lead of.;teeth ..
expected that work will start in a I a Superintendent of Public Instruction that Mrs B. F Blake (Nettle Blake), .
....."........1 VS..trkt' T.o. :I. and a County Surveyor. The Cloud Osceola County, Florida I to almost innumerable complications -'
.;A ; To balance from last report __ 225.4S' few days. JIIIr. 'term of office of all County officers 'IIj'5 apply l to the Honorable James W affecting the general health.
.Lir'h R. I D. Waring and family movedto mentioned In this Section shall be for Perkins Judge of the Circuit Court of Many cases ol* "
By paid warrants as. pi'r listBalance. . 4' Orlando this .....ek. also Mr. I). Wilson four years, except that' of County Aaspssor the Seventh Judicial Clrc lt. In and for fever DR. H. S. GEIGER f",
"' of Taxes and County Tax Collector typhoId ,
OBceola County State of Florida on the
p. ,
.Jf. and family who shall be elected for two at Oo- appendicitis' and PHYSICIAN AND UBOMOK
10th of October D. 1914.
r. ......"........1 IleirIil. %... :I.I' Mr' Joel Yates and wife and Miss ;yeara until at the general ..1 cUop to Land day Florida, or wherever\ he may be other severe diseases Citizens Bank Building
fti To balance from lust r. .port I 4'1 r Winona Allen accompanying them bn held In the year A. D 1916. whin for a license to mana e. take charge of Kfssimmee Florida
warrantH as I"r lint 4f tBalance and after which they shall he electedfor are traceable .
t By paid R D. Waring's sheep ranch and control her property and to becomea
went to of four Their to prolongedclogjiitijj
.:;;c; ,/ h. > 441 ,2bHrhool this week. I a st"d: compensation;veara; shall be powers pr- free dealer In every H. D respect OEIOER of the Phone: Office 297 or 64

; ( i IM.lrlit. %... 4. Mcvrs John Rowland and Tom scribed by law The Legislature shall Petitioner. Solocltor . l- 265. '
bowels Reg ir Residence.
>
t I To balance from last M .port $1 '22 orf. provide by law for the care and custod Dated Sept HAD. 1914. 14lyr'I. ;
,i B}' paid warranla an. |or' list 4'>" Lamb drove a hunch of sheep from > of all 1 County funds and shall i the effects of

here to the Waring sheep ranch Mon. provide the method of reporting 1 and CoIl'.tili.ltuiI' ). C. ..
; Balance t) f I1- 2r. paying out all such (undll.Provld..d I .
day. .. E Ayrrs. () SafcmS ;
Tr..a.ur..r'I..ct. tIn
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.. ''c';" ".a..h..1" ilfrIe. ,... 5. Mis" B C. Bass, pf Barow, is visiting General Election County held In 1914 shall. !%OTI<'K of KOIt the Interior l>l'III.It:A'l U.'ION.rupartminl S. .Land St.Ilonlp..IC'r.!\ , M. M. D. !

: To balance, from last n' '.port. S 210 R' her daughter, Mrs. Lucy Bran- holt office for th" term' .Iectt.d. Office at (lalnesMlU. Florida August VI. saj'!> RIVERS.
By paid warrants as in i Hal 2 "ifl 29. 1914. "I was" afflictedmlth
v.4. .
r son A JolBt llraolntlanIToposlna Is hereby given that Danlol /1 .,ition PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
** of NOTICE I .4 u in ti;
.t' 2i svHnb Davis
Balance Mrs. George ; an Amendment to Section
;E KiMlimm..e'l I. III oL..u I"hllll. of AlBcr Florida. whu.on .n 4.iA/i.l anl lilllouHiii( for ..
was a visitor here Sunday. 18 of Article IV of the Constitution of May 10. 191 1. ",ad., Homestead En- ... Office over;' Osceola] Pharmacy '
.. ... I and at times I cami so had 1
jL i -"rhool II. rid % ii.1.II I tti State of Florida Relating to year .
Mrs Alec Bran I Serial No. 08486 for S 1-2 of Lot.
last. I t <; r>r. Born, to Mr and ( of (' try. would bei' unron..ou. 1 have been '
: To balanie from n poi Appointment Commissioned I ome Residence 53
11"// 2 and 3 and N 1-2 of Lots 4 and 6. Section I t
,. lint, 1 October 4th, a daughter | of) State Mllltlft) PHONI 'S' I
the times
B) paid war intii' n" I" i son, Sunday. 24 Township 31 South. Range 34 found In list rondltfin( many I Office 148W.
1 1II
t Bo It Rpsotfed by the Legislature
?: Tallahassee Meridian, has flied bysiclans. did not seem to be able to
. > 1 sr the State Florida
; Ualanci of : I I 7
mould becomeweak
make do 1
police of Intention to Commutation me anv cood "
1.,1.1,1( I to i.nipiil" \ ..nntlo", Iiii t That the following amendment' to
i i.d <
-.t, .', 6*, I. LUPIM <'ountv TI'-;:nf. i t iirr..iicli., ., ,.1) \ \It tintS oluly Was ap Section I 16 of \rtlcl,.I IV of the Coi, 'I i Proof to establish claim to the and for da>'a at a time could 4Ow
land above described before Clerk of
.f_ ...,- Warrantn In Hn auni of $1 foil! 44 ,.01111..1 1 ,ntonth a snlaii. . of $25 on 1'" i I stltutlon of the State of Florida Is 1 . "TV--fiJot. long; uiee1ot a box: .
the Circuit Court. at Kissimmee, FlorIda L. WINN
.. I 10111. ..."al1. .. Isblets. and
If VI'
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tT4 were' fXHmlmd' nnil\ runiilid I In "p.| i ilesion II heri'liy agreed to and ahall he suhmittirt ( .
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of 1914
the 13th October
4 ..; as follou) H Nim 5' r.fd'i (r.1:1I: 1')III, 1 100"i il iils.i flmlliiK) ,; thaiiippi nn "U.lanl to thi. electors of the State rnr I on day witnesses. R. ID I after URlitff them found I had never "
I' t 601 '662. Bdt: f.f4; f>ttr, ri"!:";: r.fT; 57i( r>"lBT2 1. ((5,1' iii..l I,,', ,Inti" il f iSi .tl". adoption or Dejection: at the next fn. | Willis ClAimant. of names as J. B : Owens tried an\'Ihlll" that acted In such a, PHYSICIAN
Alger Florida)
i.c \ S78 S7fH r,'7'i f.)',", SSI F.XI r" i: !N i I ll \(1..1111"| 1 '< I ( hut,! No 20 or, i ral election "heriaftir that Is to sa> . of Fforltia C. R: Richards of mild and i'IT"'lh.( "manner I believe
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', BUT, S8x r.K-i VKI, imi 1. ni2, RM:i r'K; F,47 \\'. .., KI.'m"o.( :-... h,,>ol No. SO. apnnil; that Section 16 of Artlcl 1 1 "fXO shall hiamended Alger.Alger FlorIda B.; H Guy. of Alger I have at last found the remedy that I Office 2nd Floor Willson Building
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r ,,' 189. 6110, 66'. 5iV4..r,1.! &. .74. .75. .42 f.2 point.North.,il \\ ill 1",1\ 1 IIH "UI"'I'\ IHOs f 1,1 so ,as to read as : I ( ; .. ,
., .,1 Bllls WIrI, approMd nnd. warrantH Klsli'iiii hool No 211 I 16 The Governor shall appoint i Florida suits my caseThousands RESIDENCE PHONE ." i Ku.a'...."...
"lr""cor' .. HENRY S CHUBB OrricK PPONK t''7 FM ,,..
E\>? Issued as follows li..I'; ci lri.i. .Ii. to'"t i \(1..1"111." officers of the Stati of people are sufferers >
: [A, %V. J. *.4eJrH Snl I 1'1'|II JUio' Si tin, (.IS", JiIH I II Mllltla I tS't';' ln:1tn adjutant general {I RegisterIN and
from habitual I constipation
',1', W. C. Hass 111I r I 4 no ;Mi I i H \\ I' Itasa C3co \\'. OverHIIH I for the e, of brlgradlf I
,' Oeo, W I>,','r..t.I. M I I U I 1'1 4 nnW lit , t iiinl, I: d I:\ win: ammlntidI ; ( i general. who shall be tonofotta" while possibly realizing somethingof T R. C. L. HYATT
t : ::
', .<;; W. Chandltr MI P 1 20 "inB n i ':inmltti,: : i f iii I Ihi. purponi or hit\lni.) I The duties and e l tot ItT UK ('ll''I' .JID(.E, the danger of this condition' yet *-* Physician and
it L. Lupfer Com Tri.us 741 i.ii'Iii r in"11'tl tn iII I hi at'honl ground of officers ,-o appointed shall be fixed bylaw "'TATE' OK KI.OH1I1A. .
an-il l I The terms of office of all neglect too long to employ proper Surgeon
4 '. : Pearl Parsonn. Hnl I"'h'r si.h,1 1 1Nn I hool \o I ii KtoiHKi room HH < com
In Estate of
, i 9- 45 nn till the( I'UrJlOH.' of atnrlnf d ska and | mlsloned officers of the organized mil re curative measures until, serious Illness Phones C
.' ,, : KatherlmHhadoan' Sal tuxhir I a.. a place fuo' I h.. l>o>'s and islrls' 111 Itla shall be continuous during' thepleasure I CHRIS KAENNKL Osceola County It often results The advice of jRes.
Notice Is hereby given to all whom ) 197
Office Kissimmee
< of tho Qo\ernor
cobol No 4 l 40 III put, t heir btc'c1oC.Thi ; subject to bowels
that nn the 1st day of all physicians is, keep your
thi ral such laws he enacted the I Ilegislature may concern
Ruby ItitsB. /01,1| teaclxr s< .ho..1i hoaril flndlnK that K< n< as may by 248
.fl 1' : J retirement March A. D 1915. I shall apply to the clean," and its good advice.Dr. Florida
l i No K' 4'l' 'on' ilictlon( Ill be held on the Hi xt n Kular providing: for their -
I Honorable T M Murphy Judge of said
Mr.. J. II. SI.rf.01..1 t"'h'r mr..tllI" day ailjourmd until for age or other causesA Tablets
1 3 Miles' LaxatIve are
--4 4. school No 8_ __. __ __ h 4600 Tuesd \ No\imltr Id A I If. ill 14 Court. as Judge of Probate. for my final
I discharge as Administrator of the es- sold by all druggists at .25 cents a
\
4 Mr. Rlioda Luraa Sal tiaihirschool Attoct. Jolt RevolutionProposing .
f'
j: No. 21 __'u . __ 4t> on W J. RI A RR. W. C I4ASS.Superintendont. I tatiof Chris Kaenncl deceased ; and box containing 25 doses If not H.D.. GEIGER. .
: An Amendment to Section that at the same time I will present to I
Lillian ld. Hal achol Chairmanhealth
cacher
I I One of Article V of the said Court my final account. as AdminIstrator found satisfactory, your money is
Lillian Ide 8al t..h..r schnlfeflj
C', J- I tution Relating to the con..II-1 of said estate and ask for their' returned. ATTORNEYATLAWOffice
No. 7------------- 411 ((10
Be It .
Resolved the
V No. T. 8 H 11 No. B 5.00 by approval. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Klkhart Iltll.I 1
\. J. P. Hawthorne. Sal i leather the State of Florida: Date'id Sept. 12th A. D 1914. I ) State. Bank Building

:' achol No U1r .. "- 65.on That the following: amendment to I J. H. HENLEY Administrator

11 ; Laura Hawthorne. .rial teacher Kissimmee. Florida frQEO. !

.. school No. 13.. . h _- _ 4500 II .
r. J. I*. Hawthorn. Ral teacher I C.W.GRIFFIN I IQI Olmlt ,
chol No. U H S I n No 3. __ 2500 .

,1 Laura Hawthirne Snl tear.her F. PARKER
achool No. U. S. S. Ii No. S__ 100
:n, "II T.', J: Lltle 8nl teaclur schnl Staple and Fancy6ROCfRIS

Ha. 29.-_ ___. ____ ____ ___ 46.00 PROGRESSIVEBusiness Attorney-at-Law. -4
T..-3.- ,.itti.. !'Sal teacher school
4 -. No. 23, H. H 1). __o. I--------; 600 Collections and Conveyancing '
,:. L. A. YOU UK. Oal teacher school .
No. SO.00 Specialties.
1 L.1 A. t' Rsi.t... c-h r--c-h U2K Broadway. .
ft \ No.: 40. 8. 8 D No. 3------ 100 .
.' W. J.: S........ S mos Incd ... _. SO,00 .
-L .. {Ross (Iravel. Hupt. Schools .
all
Free Dell to Parts
|-20*$fi-2l( __ JL --.':.--- .'.111 very ( Peoplei F. KRIBBSATTORNEY : . :
G
O. I.. Sullivan .fIiorend" Sup. .

school No. J6 '__.. _, -. _. 17.57. of tbe City .
The Orlurwln Bros Co., trees AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FLA. '

-.1101 No. L .__ n__ .u. _. R.65 -
Milton Bradlrt Co.. supplies 10 on Examination of Titles
Z. W. Base labor schools. 1.3-27 69.92 I : a Specialy. .\
:4 J. Ix Overstrxt.. Hoc In-ida NOD -'" - i You Should Know Notification and payment ot taxes of j

;i1. 1388-5661. 3,411Wat..r. ', nunrit loll I'. ni.irA-ri. I : non-residents given careful
A Carson lro ('o.. supplies I I.la I. attention. SPat t

i school No 1 i 20Ackles ( .... .. \
t u" i, the < Irrult' 4 .r.. "" .nth .liifllrlal I i.f
Ilass haiillnic. sen: NO, 1 (fo i Ri,IHI Randolph Yuu,,'.. schools I' ,.
Sup .
4> la (
Nrp4> ountr.
:
No. 18-1H S. (K I' No 3 4 Hf I I'f
.' American S.'atlnvr {'O. $Kupnlli ISR/ inLewis . IN. Josnston G. P. Garret ,
H. Johns.. lahornihool. No ELIZA A JOKNXHN: : > In ( h n.-.-rjConiplainnnt & GARRETT .
18. H a. It No 8- (0(1: ( ; ) : JOHNSTON
J c :; ; ..uih"csl; \N > Order for .
John II rtalmli i |I. Attorneys at Law
school No li. S 1'1' I It No 3. on M J. .J( )I1N4': ''':'i. ) l-itltllmllon |I. /
i. W F I Harris' I lil.oi" school No In'r.'ndHi"t ) . Offices 10, 11 & 12 .;

S. H S l n N 3 . 12 7(1 1'.. M .T. .1..hisi.ii, <.i;, . (Inc Citizens Bank Bldg. 4
Miss {'. l'>'Ir"" Siiit|, Hindi I 'rmir- It HfipenrinK! fri m nfTlilaxIt fil<.d in.. I.I ,

di nI _ u 40 00) this cause that t h<. rrsldonr' ,' nf til' KISSIMMEEEGGERSGLUESS Kissimmee, Florida.LOUIS .
>. M I llaih,'r In, "01 cii h Nn I'( 1 10.. f.(. 'I I. f. ".1/1. lit M J .luiH.in Is at IglstiI .
_, Vpe-ii 1'nlon Til ('0. Ti..li.. Stall. of (Jooritlii' ', .and that thin. In noIMIHOII
i7 irraniaOsctoln 75; I Ii In th" Slat. of Florida uponwhom
II"rd".rphl"k.. .. I ( the m'rIri- fir .lIUtl.1iflh| .. would C MAS8EY T. PICTON WAKLOW
: : and: ft ,'iKhtKlsalmmie ' 1'322(; hind the saul. (],"r< ndant. and that In Late CounMl for Judge of the '.
,.. Tilcphoni; Co /oI"'h( In nho\'p th.a .
,. 'l'eliphonc--------- 50t It Is ther<'fon' ordi.red that tin.. dofendant "i & WARLOW
_ 4 ; R. M "P\nns, Irnil. Coin _ u ( .'on M J. Jnhn"on.do. nppiar to MASSEY ,
: i Albin., Smith. until' Com __ 6 nois the omplalnant' bill of complaint & RIEDEL. F. IL LAWSON I W. B. MAKINSON CO.
.t.i: Clara 1..dbtt.-r. flIed ('nm. oo (( I toil In: thin cauHf on or hefore thi 1 ATTOftNEYSAJtDCOUNSELLOS fAT '\

,, : Mra M K Siam, nut Sell No.1 7.no( Ruli. I'a\' In November A II. 1914. to- Carpenter and Repair Shop LAW '
1- J O Hariliihor si'hoolo 21 ";..1111fl' ) ) wit.. the si cond day of said month of I Hardware Cutlery Boat 4
t John .\nel'rllo", labor Hrh NoOneeoln November Practice In all the Court of th. BtaU and of
,( I 41.! _. _ _ 3 r.$ And It Is further ordered that this I. Inside FMrnlshlnifB/ Screening Cash Store Supplies andMachinery. the United States also befors the t lorida Hall. U' I
,{'l llHrduare! Co.. Sun order ho published each week for four and Cabinet Work road Commission and the Interstate Commerce F "I'
: ,' Schools 1-3-:11-23 IxmtnuBton. .
7i.16 niieoenslAeiieka In the KlsalmmmVail .
1. Cltlaen/ Hank 'lust No 335--4 ( Our Specialty.J. ll-H CHASLESTON BLDG.
\ Jazette a veeklnew I epaper of .'I. ORLANDO. FLA 4
; ;' mont, lift 61 general circulation publlahed In aaldMiipeoln ] 10 Broadway. 841n ./.
First Nallona--I Hank St Iln.-'. county. Florida. ,

'l loan 4 months I.I'II'.M' \\ltnpss the Honorable JahicflV. ;.!
_ ; O. F. BASS.Conlrader
) -! Klrst Nntlonal I"nk'toIt'-; : Cloud PprUli s. Judge of tho Circuit Court : W. PRENTIS WATERS & CARSON GROCERYEverything .3.3F

I Inst No 444 monthsj'alace .. ___ 15(! A? In and for Oereola county r H. JENKINS
!if f: :; fan".t" in
.i H Ktanford Diuv Ston. balance Books on cur,_ __ 5.02 my the hand official,as seal Clerk thereof of said t this the; 30th. PUnoa Organs Talking Machines, Co. }

I,! tains. si'hool No. L. ._ I on (in dRY of September A. I>. 114 Sewing Machines. Plain and Decorative SURVEYOR .

... ). Atlantic The hoard( "a..t upon Lintfreight tnvestlvatlon_' 2:IIfind- (Seal) Clerk J.of U the OVERSTRE15T.Circuit Court. j to Eeat. Painting and Paperhanging;

": I '1 'Inll' ;that the enrollment of achool No. a F Krlbha Broadway.W. 515 Sproule Ave. Phone 67. Fraternity Hall Kissimmee, Fla.

.; Zu. North Klsslmraee. had considerablyin Solicitor for Complainant. 41 .

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t i Florida Adding: Machine and 9 Darling-ton Av.. I Carpenter aDd Builder DR. J. 3. HICKS


Woman Made Able To Eat Typewriters Property Sold oaCommission Job Work and General Repelling I' and Physician Surgeon

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i Saw Ftllne a Specialty I'

For Sale. 15 Darlington Ave. Office Phone




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: )fr... McManus Takra Msyr's Won.' restorer by thousands who have Dry CkHxi. Clothing Shoe, AGENCY Electrical Contractor J. W. ThompsonFUNERAL

derful Stomach Remedy and taken It with benefit. It is known .
Fnmlshlnza.5c Water and
: j Grays-ton Block Light CeUectorI :

.. t;, 9 Quits. Soft Diet.:" I everywhere.' Wonderful Rem- t

, I. 9Mrs. _ edy lean the 'digestive Stomach tract of mu- t and lOc Store oa Third Floor. Sell Land Anywhere oa Coaii.......I ..... 220 8 ParUaftas Are.

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3si ,1,> : E. McManus of 324 East coid accretions and removes poisonous DIRECTORand

'9' ,;h Chestnut street., Jacksonville Fla., matter. It brings swift relief to ,
I, ; 'jraffcrad ao seriously from stomach : sufferers from stomach. liver and Intestinal J. D. CLARK COLE ft UNLEY ERNEST L. GREEN

k troubles that she lived for, two years 'I trouble. Many declare 'that r LICENSED EMBALMER
Real
Eatate Broker
Writer
-7 \ on soutxr and .oft diet." I I lit has saved them from dang-eroui Sign and Decorative
JwsJer andS
4._. She .took- .f.,...'. Wonderful Stomeh > I operations, and many are sura, .that it Broadway. OptometrUtat9 Painter.

; Remedy-. and went to eating regulaij has saved their lives! ...

:( ,meals..' Herats. a part of her let- 'We want all people who,have chronic ....11'.1'. ..... UL Stow' and Chapel, Stewart AT*,I ,

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rc :rs.r.: stomach trouble or cortst.pation,
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':#3$ *Yo ur'madicina l. the sTreateBt'rem- no matter, of ..how long standing to c.' S'J co. ,)i : .. If, ., . IME* '. rLOIUDA.' '
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since tine This is the W.h.nirsN..d.
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r i BIT first meal Inov0r,two years you. medicine so KITCHEN. ;"

....;...' '-. e. ,your medtelna..: I -hava been 1 many of our people hava been taking """ VlTUlNUY'tJa:
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better. C' :
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everywhere have had J' s ; j:. May?. -Wonderful Stomach Remedy ...;.
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,FRIDAY, OC'tOBER.1.14 :'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 1.. :p.as.-:,'', .- "i



NE.W1.4F r R MISS' 'BANDY SHOWSHANYCHARMINGHATS; PACKINGHOUSE "Convicts, Placed. Ori Honor, Build *:MILLION'O' !. 'DOLLAR" !" ,MYSTERY. i '+i,


Wisconsin Roads 'Free, ,From ,. 1; '.
0 See the Million Dollar Mystery *>

FOR FLA.. "*> ' .- -. "i IN OPERATIONGROVER ,Humiliation and Merciless Driving 0 0 picture Read the,at story the In Casino.the Val1e1'(1..tonight.-,..+c"

'The formal millinery : at .. -- *lte. + l}
Miss Mattie. .Bandy's'win 0 ',.:..'
known 'Wisconsin{ can now'.be numbered by.Woodrow.Wilson: ai> that P
!: MAN. WOMAN ND'CHiLD Broadway a shop large on"number Tuesday of afternoonattracted R HUPPEL'S NEW MODERN among the.states successfully, employing time. ,This bill prohibited the sale on o to t"OO"OOO"00009' O.

> IS EXPECTED TO who found a display of charming"Ialtora.hats CITRUS PACKING HOUSE BE. their convicts in road work.... the open market-of the products of IMPORTANT'TQ., ALL WOMEN
PAPERS ON NEWSPAPER to delight the and the GINS OPERATIONS; EMPLOYS ,Two years ap E. Stagg Whitten a convict labor after'the expiration of READERS OF'THIS PAPER
eye tempt
-SATURDAY. pocketbook. as MEN-CAPACITY '4 CARS, representative of the national committee existing: contracts; and provided for "
AU the models shown embodied the on prisons and prison labor; the Installation of the stateuseof :' Thousands' upon thousands lot women ' +
', the 17th day-of October,i seasons latest fancies in trimmings Kissimmee's big, new, modern citrus made a careful itudy of the prison the prison industries. Unfortunately have kidney or- bladder trouble ,
named as "Newspaper Day!' and .shapes. Many shapes show the packing house begun operations this system of Wisconsin, at the request the bill in Its final form contained no and never suspect it.Women' ., : .'
F FEVERY' in order that through the tendency toward military and of Governor McGovern and the state appropriation for the organization of complaints often prove to
the styles week under the management of Grover board of public affairs. In this the new system 'and the officials S
of the state people their chalrm! la undeniable. The hats report be nothing else but kidney trouble, or a:
states may be made more are big and little, dressy and tailored JHuppel and with about twentymen Dr. Whitin recommended that all pris- made little effort to prepare for the the result of kidney or .bladder -.dis
with the many advantages to suit every; face and occasion. employed. Within another week oners who can 'be placed on' honor cessation of the contracts except, at ease v .. _
has to offer to homeseek- One decidely military all, the machinery of the plant will should be employed out of doors in the state reformatory, where Superintendent If the kidtirys are not in'a healthy
investors. was much admired was a back silk quarrying stone, clearing stump lands Moore stopped 'all contracts condition, they< may cause the. other. '
as suggested, is that on beaver with black velvet facing and be in operation and then the force will and building road. and found means to employ the inmates -, organs to become diseased. '
17, very person in Florida trimmed with one graceful white be increased to thirty-five/\ men at the Tick of the Prisoners.In without waiting for action,.by: You may suffer a' great deaJ..Withpain l'
copies of their "home" paper, plume. Another specially attractive least. his message to the legislature the legislature. In the back bearing-down feelngs -.' '
and mail the same to little which followed the receipt of Dr. headache and loss..of,ambition.
hat was a French sailor of fine The big new house is of frame construction Successful! Road Work. ,
acquaintances and addresses .white felt and trimmed with the new 60x100 feet, with an eight Whitten's report,, Governor McGovern -The national committee prisons Poor,health makes.you nervouslr
state, to the end that pub- kid flowers and ribbons. Many black foot shed on two sides of the buildingand drew attention to the successful and prison labor realized on that this ritable, and may.be despondent. ; it
Florida may be inaugurated road work in 'Colorado and makes '.
of Florida in velvet hats are shown and trimmings a furnace room of corrugatediron suggestedthat state must be the scene of a bitteratrug&le any ono- 0. n
people one day range from tiny little plumes to long at one end. Its equipped with the legislature empower the the of the .But hundred. of women datmthatDf. tt
\ by the most economical method yet slender wings, unusual looking fliw- the A. J. Nye citrus packing house board of control and the highway commission contractors on as soon part as the contracts prison .Kilmer's Swamp-Root, by restorng -
devised. ers in brilliant colors and furs, etc. machinery, consisting of the latest: to try the experiment of expired The committee therefore health to the kidneys: proved to
!,
was
The idea iny designating a special "
working a limited number of convicts be'
model sixers "Jttsfthrremedyneeded ovqr-
washer dryer,
conveyers, active in in
''! as Newspaper Day is not merely on the roads in tho northern of 1912 pushing legislation .. .
etc. Two sizes have been installed and part which that the come such conditions. ?. . .
It* the purpose of Issuing special SANFORJ) MEN BUY each grades seven sizes of fruit. the state, reporting the.results of the provided of roads state commissioners A good kidney medicine, possessing a;
editions by the newspapers to be mail- When both are in operation fourteen experiment to the next session of the public might real,heelingandcurativ=: value... .
make application to the state
ed by the real 'estate'men prison
',, and out-only usual boosters foh the state, but OSCEOLA CO. CATTLE packers sizer. can be kept employed at each legislature.The legislature of 1013 followed the labor commission for such convicts should nervous be.over-worked a blessing thousands women..,?;:.,,.. :of'f. '
I' it is intended that every one should of the and as could with advantage bo workedon .{,'
suggestion
The process of packing the fruit for governor authorized the roads.. Many send for a sample !bottle to ,1
procure choice and mail the same out to city last week was Mr. Joe Comeron; "which lr U6tt: with watersoakeAbrushes highway commission"1 employ 'suchconvicts State njpbway Commissioner Stevens ney, Uver and Bladder Remedy,will y
friends or addresses on that day. The of Sanford who came to look overa working automatically. The as they deemed suitable in favored this method of employinV do for them. Every reader of this C
plan is to have every one interestedIn stock of cattle of four thousand .fruit passes between a long doublerow the road work. prisoners, and"has at the' present paper, who has not already tried it,. a
the development of Florida, a booster head at South port, which he and his of these brushes then is conveyedto Guards Are Not Armed. time two well-exroipped camps, while by enclosing! ten-.cents to Dr.KUmer.. ,
for Florida on the date named. associates recently purchased from the dryer, where circulation_ of The summer of 1914 saw two camps tome fine stretches of road testify &'Co- Blnghamton N. Y. may receive. y
It Is to be one big, concerted effort Henry T. Bass part of which wereforrnerly hot air prepares it to go on to the established, one near Waupun and the to the ability of the convict builders. sample sice bottle by Parcel Post.; ,'
4 to scatter valuable and accurate information owned by J. M. Lee. Part grader and .jsizers. Packers with other at Taycheedah. At the;Waupun Thin achievement li' especially encouraging You can purchase the regular fifty 1c.
about Florida and her resources of these cattle will be kept on the nimble fingers work almost as fast as camp two and a. half miles of road are to the advocates of convict cent and one-dollar size bottles at
to every nook and corner of in Osceola but the larger it under and when road work, for it has been surround' storesv- 404w.S.HuJtJIIOCK< .
range county the machinery, seems, and in ten now construction alL drug_
the United States. part of them will be moved to or twelve minutes after the fruit enters completed will connect Waupun and ed with difficulty. Tb. prison author.
;The regular edition of the Valley OrAnge county, where the new owners the washer the skilled packer hasa the village of Chester. The road is ities looked with scant favor on the
Gazette published Friday afternoon{ are developing a large ranch along crate wrapped and packed ready to fifteen feet wide and of the Mat possible propoatlon and have insisted upon to
October 16 will be made a special"booster" that the work has been n
many guards
rivet. macadam construction. The
the St. Johns be nailed up and loaded on the car. It men
number for distribution on Mr. Cameron is one of the four is estimated that four care of 300 are under the honor system, wear a costly and subjected to criticism on M
Newspaper Day. Inaddition to the men interested in this new ranch and boxes each can easily be packed and neat khaki uniform, and live and work that account. The'contractors also t
usual news and feature sections' of who recently purchased 2000 head of loaded daily if neccessary. I exactly like a hired crew, the only have struggled hard to retain their ..
the paper, which are made as attractive sheep from R. D. Waring, of Kis- guard being two unarmed experts in contracts under the provisions of an ESTATE
The new house is situated REAL
week this packing
possible each act through the last of
as run on day
simmee, to help stock their place.oooooo..o..oooooo road building.The .
concise and along the Midland railway tracks, In NN MM '
edition will carry compact, tho 1913 session provding for the extension gNNN NN+ ,
dependable information about Osceola the neighborhood of the Standard oil success attendant upon this of contracts at too discretionof *
county and as much about the state 0 : tanks and within the city limits. It work points to its fullest develop- the governor. INSURANCE .
in 0 is a valuable piece of property and ment and to the reconstruction of
it is posible to gather 0 UNION CENTER
at large as New has
still
the time devoted to it. 0 0 will aid greatly in taking care of Wisconsin's prison system along the -Jersey a big prison examination of Titles a YF.
problem to iolv; but the success at-
Osceola lines in the made
order that who desires 'OOOOO..OO.O.O.O..OO.OO. county's constantly increasing suggested report
In everyone
of citrus fruits. the national cammittee tendant upon the road work points to H *w
of the of that date output by on prisonsand ,
extra copies paper Specialty.
Brother Wyant was with us again labor. the highway as a big factor in the ..
may be supplied, orders. should be last Sunday and preached two most As yet the fruit is coming in slowlybut prison final working out of a system which
sent to the Gazette office as early helpful and interesting sermons. Sun- within another two or three weeksall Advance in New Jersey. shall meet the needs of tho prisoners Corresoondence Solicited. ,
as possible. day, October 18th, will be the last the packing houses will be busy. Convict road work is developing in and the ctatc.
Remember that Saturdav, October New Jersey, in spite of faulty legis- .
in the conference and we re-
Boost day year Grapefruit is being moved now, and lation and the opposition of those who
17th, l"Newspaper Day. your
indeed that it is his !last: service
of the gret fast. hold to the old methods of
state by sending out copies with us. We do not know of anyone oranges are ripening employing
Valley Gazette. weeksas Every crate in the first carload of prisoners under contract.In .
here two
would
who come every 1911 bill based material CbC.ON FER.: ::: ;
a on sup- y
has done, for rail- fruit from the
brother Wyandt shipped new packing
BOOST FLORIDA. plied by the national committee on '
: :
and sometimes not ISTI3QIZ.A.2: : :: ;
road expenses house!! bore the stamp, "Grown on prisons and prison labor was passedby
Tho Kissimmee Valley Gazette sug- even getting that, giving generouslyto Oliver's Island, Kissimmee,.Fla. the state legislature and signed
gests that October 17 be set aside by I the general expense fund of the Successor to the Dozier Lcitner Agency ?
the newspapers of the state as "Flor church. Do we realize that each time
ida Newspaper Day" and that on that he has been with us it has taken three ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. State Bank Building S
in the state send his valuable time Do we ap-
day every newspaper days of the tiresome, tedious w. ....... ..r IIHM very ..*-mtmr* T.. ... lee p.r rtmt rtmrtrmrr ..t .( 1
to some his making ,._ ,
one or more copies person preciate .very _..*. Oar !!- !. ..! CMBMle sad WILL NOT RELEASE! THE AMMONIA - - -i----- -- --"----
in the north and that the newspapers journey. from, his home-__every__.... .. -walra .. eb sae rt... q_.Ufy I. a..t ......_... w. _....et... H. f.r
boost the state at large and their other week-! Let us snow our appreciation : Ajrrt l(.rBl .._ .mly, pad ...'*-><**..7eu-,aaU.t.eta... Aak mm few a free
remaining faithful and loyal .apts. D* It t.a.r.BLOWERS.
town and section in particular.That by
is following the plan of the to the Sunday School and Christian LIME AND''PHOSPHATE COMPANY. ,
California newspapers. The papers Endeavor even if we cannot have .U.rI'. ->C," OOA.... FLORIDA. D. fi. Wra 'INtI4Y S E ItocY.Mir'
;
..
had something to say about? theirtownit church services. .. .. -
and sections and about the Mrs. Wetherbee is quite ill at this "jS.cceuoi'

'state at large, and then, asked peoplein writing.Blanche. t.Artanr, &; Doaeptn Afeacv ,

the community to send in the name ana Rosier Lawson Wednes-visited Room No. 9 Second floor.. Citise Baak BaiUia,., PaM. 24$
Mrs Longeriecker
of spine flmily .CI' person.to whom a Mr. and
paper could be sent who) might be in- day evening.JraiPittman. IdealFertilizers r . "
terested in Californla.lt"was;;, a good ; who has been visiting General
Insurance Badness
presesti list strung e.t aa4 asset
Ms and aunt Mr; and Mrs. A. :
idea and uncle
Jt
plan and a good worked , '
wonders for .California.: It :>would D.. Story, for several weeks,left for Reliable ".pa..... ,
work out even better for Florida. his home in Sylvester, Ga., last Sat-' 5- S
Take the press in Florida IndiVld- urday.. We will eonttitne, the Badness the Arthur K. DoaegiJi Agene, ?; 'r

nally or as a whole and it compares Ben Barber and Joe Harvey went to without change-Tear patro..,. la respectfully solicited. 4
favorably with the press of any other Orlando last Saturday. .
state. It averages up better than the Miss Rosie Tindall and Mr. Thos.

prees of any state in the whole coun- Little were married at East Lak.9 .
try, taken as a whole. The small dit- school house last Sunday. A large '"
lies and the country weeklies in this number of Union Center people were Are not simply fertilizer materials mixed together. They are a com- a
state are well edited, handsomely present. Here's wishing that their
1'. i printed and would reflect credit. on married life will be most happy and bination of the right materials! in right proportions, and they give best

any Let's section all follow of any the country.suggestion of prosperous.Blanche .Lawson and Ruth and Jon results. I The Favorite Store of Kittimmee I t

1 the Kissimmcb Valley Gazette and on Harvey visited with Everett and 1'1
October 17 send out all tho copies Evelyn Smith Thursday evening.
for which names may bo furnished us Mrs. !Ram": Barber and daughter, Thousands of the most successful growers in Florida use them "" i
in northern states who Myrtle, Mrs. Jeff Barber nnd Aaron '
& might to people bo interested in Florida. Let's Story wore among the Snndy afternoon year after year. Arc :you one of then? t ;

tell Rome frood, wholesome truths' visitors: at tho J. G. Harvey. TINWARE ti .
about Florida, and let's see how many home. U
Mr. Little Rosier and Dick Lawson. Wilson & Tootiier FertilizerCo.I aS
corn growers, poultry producers, vegetable -
and truck growers, stockraisers Dwight FnnV. Ea'l I Barber, Alfred and
otcfy we can induce to come here. Bennie Gnllin, Teas'.'v and Henry Manufacturers of
' If we enter into the matter heart Hufhey, and Gordon Munn.. enjoyed a 1-hatWill fj
and soul, and the people of Florida cooperate chicken pillion on tho beach last IDEAL FERTILIZERS
as they should-and every- Thursday nip-ht. : i
body could co-operate, as the cost is Mr. Wyandt was entertained at the Jacksonville, Florida
nothing to the public-we can do T. A. Hughey homo Saturday and Sun-

( for Florida that will have a .
.. something day.Evelyn
" lasting benefit. Smith visited the school: WEAR l
.
l I Let's do it, and do it nowl-Jack-! Wednesday afternoon.

? sonville Metropolis. THE EXCEPTION.Uncle .

I I,; WE'RE FOR IT. Zack, the stable man, enjoyed i t 1 (,-,
-, local repute as a weather prophet.
f October 17, Saturday, has been designated .Miss Cassie, coming down early one If you want rattling good tinwares:
i by the newspapers as "Flor- morning found Zack on the back
ida Newspaper Day." Everyone in this i SUPERIOR SERVICE -- a - '
\ porch. 000RTEOUS come to this store. Don't buy tin- ,
delightful land of the glorius sunset "Is the rain going to last all day, TREATMENT
-Florida, is expected to send to a Zack ?" sho nsked.
States ware just because it is cheap. If 1
friend or relative in the United "eYssum. Ah r.-ckin it is." you

,\ or Europe his home newspaper. "Why, Zack." Miss Cassie said, "I do-it's
w Of course there are in other the state and many that have always hpn..d yon say 'Rain be- just like throwing your ,'f
splendid newspapers fore 7, clear before 11.: Isn't that
print the truth about this wonderful true 1""Yessum. money away. We can save you .\
1 land and there are thousands of
"
it's strickly true Uncle
,
,
.., l-Laeople everywhere who want reliable Zack maintained stoutly "jes' 'ceptin'it money on every article ofKITCHENWARE Florida -
about ,
information mysterious
I doan't anply to an all day rain, At Your Service "u
still who have not
but there are some "
I ma'am. -New York Post. .
even heard of Fort Meade and The .
Leader is willing to make special ef- TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, e In Bank ..tg :
forts to bring the information to them. HAIR STOPS FALLING ;
If our readers and friends will only With an equipment having every ,
i send in the price of an extra copy of Save your Hairr Get a 25 cent bot, facility and convenience, the Citizen ,
the paper and the address to which tie of Danderine right now-Alsostops .
Bank of
Kissimmee is .
always pleasedto I!
it be sent we will do the rest.
must \
itching scalp.
Let everybody make a point to mail render that prompt, careful service in our store and there are hundreds of the best and mOlt useful thiIlP". .""

|out one, two, three or more copies of Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy which insures satisfaction. to select from. All are new goods and some are recent inventions
[ the home newspaper on Newspaper hair is mute evidence of a neglected 4
c [Day. October 17. Send your names scalp; of dandruff-that awful .cur!. Accounts subject to check are cor- If you know anything about our way of selling you know that OUT j
.
i I now.-Fort Meade Leader. There is nothing so destructive to dially'invited..
the hair at dandruff. It robs the hair prices: though low will purchase. only the best and finest the market.
PUBLICITY MOVE. 4% INTEREST PAID ON '
. BEST of its lustre, its strength and its very affords '
Newspaper Day for Florida on the life; eventually producing a feverishness SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. ,
t; 17th of October.. the best publiplty and itching of the,scalp whichif .'
"
[move ever inaugurated in this state. not remedied causes the haft roots .. 1
;; |-Arcadia News. to shrink, loosen and die-T-then the ASK US, ABOUT FAVORITE:RANGES

, hair falls out fast A-little Danderine ;,I
:.r SUN WILL SHINE. tonleht-noD1' .time-will sorely J\rthUr.E. Doncp-an, P.:K. Weaver. ,. .'.' 'f' ,
:, 'October 17 is Newspaper Day' for save your hair. >7' > 1\" 'President.* ""; '* (: h '. ,.tj, r riw .
r II ....' .r
| Florida. The-Sun will mail 600 extra Get a 25 ant bottle'of'$nowlton's ; ,
papers on'that.day. to prospects allover Danderine from any drug store. ''You -e--- OC$ Bola >_Hardware Com J nany .y
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the United States. Bow many surely can have beantiful hair and lots ,: .

s other-paper*'in'the state will'do,as of it if you will just try a little Danderinev .. _' "L_. "" :..:.- "
wen tet-8 ... I < fi8aejpourhair, |,">.Tij JH", ,". '" U" ,,; ).
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j ANTWERP'-STAGGERS BEFORE FREE TRANSPORTATION BILL TO AIDCOTTON I :RECOt'NT( ( BALLOT OF ) OKDKKIIII.) I) I WANT ADS

1 I lIVE; TENTS: A LINK ,
_ Judge Pel kins decision ri-gaidint! ---
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FOR ALACHUA EXHIBIT the contest of \V. It Godwin; to have/
; : f'OS.( I\ .\ I -l-: 4d(I II"""! of combination
| the primary votes ,iccounted was ten-"
; 1L. ROAR OF BIG GERMAN GUNS MEN de red Monday at I Deland, and was I In soil: 1 f.o( 'outlier' tree1two; acres in
Gainesville; The Southern Kxpress.Company the, effect that no lecount would I 10,. ss .'('t potatoes; J 1'acres.;; fenced.
I ha, notified Secretary Ruin 1 ordered. When the ballot box from Good; i four-room' house-; barn; !good

I ncK of the hoard of trade that I his, the Kissimmee precinct was producedby 1 water: '_'() hogs: horse, wagon;
;.7 *4 SK x :-:..: ><.c--. application for the free transportation! Washingot-nD. C. A bill to enable I j the Supervisor Registration I before enough fi'i'ii for. M.\,: months; everything -
.- W c ... 26 DAYS AND NO ,| of .11Ipnwnl. foi the Alachua county cotton owners to borrow money Judge Perkins, it was found that I I M-ad.v t to co to farming.
to ELIA1'iI'IT.1.; IS i fair had been gi anted and authority on ware house receipts was introducI the box was not sealed in accoidance I'rirr itlf"J.1 !! (! Alderman Taft
., \ 0 REMOVKH) I FROM! rm OT J I.> now in possession of all Southern ed I in the house by Representative with the law Therefore t tho couit I was Flu] 41-2tpA
:' 0 ANT\\ Kill' TO OSTKND.: I Kxpiesagents in Krbrida advisingthat Adamson, of Georgia. It provides that of the that recount would "
f" 0 .;- SIGN OF THE END with a view to promoting the any national or state hank which shall I ibe improper opinion and none. a wa" ordeiedI f-'Ol-SAII( Ki:ight room house, mod-

< Washington, I I.). C1., Oct. '..I.O <. agricultural/ interests of the state of within sixty days lend to the ownerof I Godwin. contesting the election] ofi jprn in <'veiicspert.1 ]latest decora-
4 j An official ciiblfgiam to the Uet- <:. 'i iI |I Florida the Snuthein, Express Company cotton produced by himself or on i Young Tindall tion', beautiful lawn; garage, store
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; 0 gian legation here today announced .!. I London England (Jd H.) 'l'ic'I'ines } will transport free of charge his land not more than three-fourths I i in the 4th district as county, Osceola'omml"SIOI"county liouv :arId hennery, Lot
". that the Belgian gi>v- <' coricspondent in Pans, commenting '''shipments' ,/ weighing fifty pound or of its market value may at any time I Also :J.foot! I launch for sale. 104
<. on t the )battle III the noith of before the maturity of the borrower'snote C'h..rry11"<'1'1 40-tf
; & ernment had been removed from less, and l also citrus fruIt and pineapples 1
. Antwerp to (>st<*nd. .:. France says. : in packages weiR'h"nol" / over deposit the note and the warehouse
; '
1 "A(tn. IW'I1I'x) days the foimul-i receipts with the and 1i ASSOCIATE JUSTICE -PTfiflCl'S B\IWEH SIlO! .
.. .OOOOOOO OOOOO eighty pounds, from points within treasury i
able) battle of the Alsne" ; still >'ontin- |I be refunded out of not hair (nut .20cShas
: I Florida when -onsigned to the Hecrvtary any money .
London England o\t.! All I eyes without lOeShampns
IK'S having given any definite i of the Alachua county fair otherwise appropriated. The note -
; today are turned to the devoted city !I result. This part of the immense i Gainesville; provided such i I would b to mature one year after date WRIGHT FORCED OUT 21kMU55u15
of Antwerp. whose fate is regarded front now stretrhes fiom the neigh- I are transported wholly "h.pm..nt'l I |, and hear interest at the legal state ; :<" 21kl.tS'I '
n here as important out of all PIO'| borhood of Novon toward l.ussigny _
intended
and
of Florida
state
: portion to the numbers" of. men "n up to the Belgian frontier, formed illpai't j solely for exhibition are Shipments rate.When the note is finally paid the Washington I D. C Associate .Ju. 1 Hunch. 4 small keys nears
in its attack and defense.I Ger"many -1 the river '' purposes \Vateis & (:'arson's giocery Sat-
gaged Lys."The
: J, by bank would receive
as de.scribed may he returned > as compensation tice Daniel Thew Wright/ of the I District
October: Return to
; urdaccuing.
4 must not only keep itn ; I
J op'ndoor enemy feeling menaced by one-third of the interest collect.e(1.BANK .
the initial Court: of
the at
free to original owner Columbia againstwhom
into France it is argued here, the movements of our armies, haul MrS |H |1-1I.ld| ] Lough'man Fla.,
of shipment at the close | impeachment charges are pending
but she must l he prepared to close concentarted in Belgium] as. he did in point / and I 4''i'i 1'o.wal'j 1 ,
if before the house
; of the exhibition accompanied by judiciary committee
the back door to Kssen a most important -, Champagne, all the forces not actually I certificate to this effect signed -by BUILDINGSOLD sent his resignation to President --

German military center, in occupied in guarding the line the secretary of the fair. These shipments Wilson to take effect November
ease the long and stubborn fight of of communication while\ he attempts i I should be entered on prepaid 15. The charges filed by a Washington
General von Kluck, commander oft to contain the Belgian army in the' way bills noting in the prepaid colUmn I IN PENSACOLA banker, alleged official and l f'
( the German right wing, enda in disaster. 'entrenched camp at Antwerp in order ' "Free-Authority No. 118fl." I personal misconduct. Justice Wright
to prevent it from assisting h"l Pensac'oLa-The handsome building attracted attention by sentencing
I The war has presented no picture allies on the Land the upper Mad Factory Inspector.Miss of the First National bank, form- Samuel Gompers and other labor leaders
of greater desolation than that of the.hosts Scheldt. ing the assets of that suspended institution to jail for contempt of court. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
of refugees fleeing from the I was sold at public auction by
Herman Official Statement.A .
i Elizabeth Moran of
secretary
,- laat Belgian stronghold. Throngs of i Receiver. W. H. Milton and was bought Complete{ Modern Picture Thea- t".
Berlin to the Router
dispatch: the Detroit branch of the United Garment -I i
citizens of Antwerp, dumb with terror Telegram company contains an official Workers of America, was apI I in by W. ''W. Downing, of Brewton,, SEED POTATOES tre, in one of the best towns in
Central Florida.
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as trie huge German shells hurtleover for $78,625. The only' other bidder was
statement at
given: out general of
state inspector
factory
their head with the roar of an in Berlin the evening pointed the National Bank of Commerce of rii iwn on tin a-ugg.-'I hlllfi of st 11IMII Best location in town.
headquarters her
on assumed
train, are fleeing toward Michigan recently and this city, which now occupies the I < *ouny alxiut IROft feet HhoHI .. Swell front and lobby.
: express of October 7. It follows: duties the first of the month. I< I .
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and Holland in such numbers I building. The price Practically new.
't 'England "The the paid was over
engagements on right.1 FHKB: KID M Iifl4EAt'4I'2Stroing
that the hospitality of those countries 10,000 more than offered several Theatre and stage completely and
,
r wing of, France have not led to any Iljirrtv. Prolific varlctliiH\ "Ithell is-
is likely to be taxed to the utmost. The' decision. The attacks of the French in lums. It was a pathetic sight to seethe I months ago when the building was offered ) a trial. Send f Gr CatalogueIVALKEIL modernly equipped throughout-
has been people, some carrying on ,I for sale. Ready for business.
flight of these refugees acceLerated the Argonnes and from the northeast poor NKKII I'OTATO KAHH.'
by the appearance over the of Verdun have their backs! their hopelessly maimed or It is understood that Mr. Downing O..a F. Avora, tKrubva Cmmntf N. V. Capacity over 400.

city of Zeppelin .airships, dropping _front 4'Of/: the attack been"repulsed.has crossed Idiotic relatives, crowded into rail-I'r has associated with him in the purchase Season about to open. '
-- Antwerp road and transported. northwardto For information address
fontruction and death. vans a number of wealthy Brewtonmen : -
section of the river Nethe. You Need General Tonic
The only. ray of hope from the allies l- "The a attacks of the Russians on the remain in some cattle shed or rail and it,Is also claimed' that it.is Whenever. Take Orove'c a P. 0; Box 367 Kisslmmoe, Fla.
; ,. standpoint' l is found In.the' news been road .platform until rooms' can be,: their intention to organize a half mil. Proposition .calls for money. Do
government of Sulwaki have repulsed them'In Dutch institutions.The The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless not unless bus-
that the almost exhausted garrison of found for lion-dollar trust company and, oper- I answer you mean
_. the Russians losing 2,700 situation changed again. dill- Tonic i. equally valuable as a iness.
quickly I in
.;Antwerp' has been reinforced by fresh ate Pensacola and for this reason.
nine machine
and 1
prisoners guns. General Tonic because it contains the!
r' troops and more guns. "In Poland, in a minor successful While at 2 o'clock even grown men the building/ was bought. I well known tonic !
propertiesof! QUININE
time were weeping with terror and fighting The National Bank of Comm.ercehold8
only one I
the
to present i
I Up
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engagement west of Ivangorod, we and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Dives!
has been for places around the railway station lease the until
"4great German siege gun a on property
Blood
captured 4,800 prisoners. out Malaria, Enriches the and
of I at fi o'clock everybody was 1 when the will I
brought Into play and that piece January new owners Builds up the Whole System. SO: cents. :
,'; artillery i is fired only at infrequent again certain that the forces wouldbe tatke possession. ,
'' :: Interval Guns half the size of the GERMAN ZEPPLINS able to hold out against Germansand I IOOOOO I
:' destroyers of Liege and 'Namur are even throw them back across theriver
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being used in the work of batteringthe Nethe while everybody was I

rings of forts which; surround CAUSE GREAT PANIC telling/ his neighbor how far supel ior I FOR RENT-8-room residence, tuf-
I Antwerp. the. guns were to the ONION: SEI I-) I nished, $15; 5-room, $10; 5-room.

Doth sides confirm the report that --- _.- German; heavy artillery I $9. E. E. Wells, real eetate-tmd in-

\ the Germans have succeeded in crossIng Antwerp' Holland ()kl 7 (Ivia The I Genuine Teneriffe Grown Bermuda Onion Seed. New crop j surance, 202 Broadway.
i. the river Nethe, but the trenchesalong I hague and London Oct 10 CKNT "CASCARETS"FOR _
"'. .i the river Scheldt are still holding condition of panic among: tI,8.-Th"j LIVER AND BOWELS I now ready for delivery. lb. I (URNISIIEIroom for rent. Apply

,. i,*? < out against their determined at lace way increased today by White Bermuda $2.25 551 Broadway 41-2t

.-. tacks.ment in The now German approaching offensive the move inner and pearance:3! this at afternoon I 11 o'clock of this German morning aircraft Cure Sick Headache, Constipation Red Bermuda . . . 2.00 FOR SALE Now six-room bungalow.

'? ring of forts and Berlin reports the which dropped bombs destroying Biliousness. Sour Stomach, Bad Crystal Wax Bermuda 4.50 Water, bath electric lights, walls
I in the field of four decorated in tiffany. Best shaded
capture: open ? seven houses and killing a score Breath-Candy Cathartic.No .
lieavy batteries, fifty-two field guns of people. ( Postpaid) lot in Kissimmee. Must he seen ,

i: sr and as many machine guns. After the Zeppelins' successful at- odds how bad your liver, stomach to be appreciated. Lot 75 by 150. I

According to formal notification tack the lare avenue leading to the or bowels; how much your headaches KILGORE SEED COMPANYPLANT 104 Cherry St. 40-tf.,
h sent into Antwerp by the Germans, how miserable from .
railroad station quickly became black you are t : FOR SALE-On
the active bombardment of the city I biliousnessand CITY, FLORIDA. paved street and /P
with a struggling' mass of persons constipation, indigestion, concret. walk in front
q Is now _under way. This is confirmed to from the city. Seized sluggish bowels- always get v. 9 one-half
eager escape you O44+OOOOOO"'OOOO'O' '4000000000"OOOO"O'O+O OOOO block No. 704 Brack St., four-room r
( by .refugees to Ostsnd who can with an unreasoning. terrible fear relief with Cascarets. They imme- cottage,
city water in
r hear heavy artillery firing. of a bombardment or of a charge/ of diately cleanse and regulate the stomach - -- bearing and yard 39 t

MIn Fighting in Nortrhrn France. German cavalry the residents are remove the our, fermenting food trees, also orange few peach grapefruit. .,
trees
In northeastern France on the allies' transporting invalids, cripples and and foul gases; take the excess bile good garden, and a :
-; ':; left wing the main positions of I even the occupants of lunatic asyPlleaCured'In6 from the liver and carry off the con-, 20 Acres of THIS Citrus Land Will Plant City Fla.spot. A. E. Osgood.41-6t j'
: the contending forces. now reach stipated waste matter and poison :: I.
within twelve mil*H of the Belgian from the intestines and bowels. A
; border while beyond these points to 14 Days 10-cent box from- your druggist will FOR SALE-3,500 acres of timberl :
VI of cavalry continue the strug-; Your drimllt' will refund' money If PAZO Make You IndependentThis cut 3,000 feet to
manses i OINTMENT 4.0.! to fart mar e.... of itching I keep your liver and bowels clean; acre. Will sell for t
"STe""over the TronireT Tine and into'l.elgium. i Rllnd.Blevdlnc or Protruding Pile.In 6to 14 d.y. stomach sweet and head clear\ for $3 acre. Houses for rent, furnished
Along the greater: part of Tlte\ firat uppl'cntlon ".'iv.t 1';..e and Rest. SOc. months. They work while you sleep. and unfurnished. See J. McPhatter. ', .,
1 the front, however, the antagonists |I beautiful tract of land i is located I just 12,miles south of Kis-

seem content to watch each other j Bimmee-near the southwest shore of Lake Tohopekaliga, and 80( rods FOR SALE-9-room boarding house. :.',

without attempting any definite I northeast of Lake: Russell-right in between two lakes-this land is Modern, large lot. Terms. 209 ..

4 have movements.appeared New in the German Lille district effectives and. -I The Place Where You Get That "Royal Tailor" Look "" absolutely frostproof and has a climate so mild that even the tender Park Street Kissimmee. 39-5fpd

the struggle, now known, as the battle I lemon tree thrives free from cold. FOR SALE-Only new and second

.of the Three Rivers may decidthe The land itself consists of Hammock Grove, which means that it hand store in town of 5,000. EXceptional ,

French campaign. I HOW DID YOU ENJOY THE i i. high above the water and covered with a growth of magnificent live opportunity for hustler.-.. ,

The Eastern Campaign. I oaks growing hickories and other varieties of hard-wood trees. The Good reasons for selling./ E. Mul-
S In the east the Russians are battering "MILLION DOLLAR LOOK"AT I lennix, Kissimmee. {
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away at Przemyul, which is immense growth which the old trees have attained testifies not only .

said to r>" suffering severely und r CASINO FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS? to their long life, but a* well to the virtue of the rich sandy top and WANTED-Orders for cypress field
their artillery' fire. All the efforts of clay sub-soil. Your dollars will become growing dollars, when investedin boxes. Prices right. Oscoela Lumber -

the Auatrians.. to relieve this fortress I have always maintained that a man's clothes are one of the vital 20 acres of this soil. ) Soil and climate combine to make this land &: Futniture Co. 29-tf: :

are by r the r>orted begers.The ?as having. been repulsed factors in his career-that they affect his whole advancement in the one of the richest and most fertile tract in Florida. The tract is DWELLINGS for rent opply to M.

;s Russion general staff reports game play called of life."That And Friday Million and Dollar Saturday Look"night certainly at the demonstrated Casino a picture- located within one mile of the John Lee dock, and you are assured of -Tiller.

that the German army, defeated on: belief. my good transportation facilities for your fruit. FOR RENT OR SALE -
has retreated with Two-story
I "'the NIeraen river store
: much: ?stubbornross' to the east Prus- Incidentally this picture-play showed that the Million Dollar Lookis BIGSURPROFITS Klasimmee.building H.on C.Brack Stanford St. North 29-tf

imti frontier.-where it has entrenched the Royal Tailored Look; that the best "prosperity"clothes are those
.I .it..lf.,}rrd" Berlin supplements that that Royal Tailored. FOR RENT-Two 3-rQPm flats with
,, s Info"".t'on with the statement that are If you want to double and'triple your money inside of a year or modem eonvenienooso'". Apply' at the i

the .Russians 'have been repulsed and with And for you folks who want 'the utmost in custom tailoring; fbr two-this i i. the place. Why. pay. $1.000 per acre for a grove when Gazette office. ,

.i i. 7W .s of .2 The'nnan 1'00\.prisoners* claim also maebbMB.trti1 'you men, who'want the genuine "Million Dollar Look;" for you, who you can bay this high grade citrus l land at.$40 per acre and then STOCK .

.j( minor* engr akemntfle&r: Ivan- will take no. second best-this is just a reminder that my store is the with the expenditure of a few dollar. and some labor you can develop 120 acres Pegrhorn FARM. (
Thta of 'Warsaw. in''! Rt* local home of 'Royal- Tailored to your order clothes. Made to your and reap' the ? Write. about this land, cleared Junction muck I
own profits aplendidproposition.
gorod.outhullt measure at '16, $20, $22, $30 and Sp6, II your grove . us fenced, ditched, house '
:, ;\'f'.iar P&'nid, thor were' successful .. ., and barn. Suitable for su ar can .
.. ) jaygtke' >4JOO prisonerdeclaresvtbaj:: ' T : cow peas and rice hay. D.sirable

C ,.. 'i4rograd ,. the ,'rpalnI ,, OLIVER'S-SUITATORIUM' .I tkal Cefu toiled call'sail for :""BREAKER& BARCLAy.r cation for fattening cattle. $8,000... .-
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