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 23, 1914
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00669
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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F i'N LETTER TO UNDERWOOD, WILSON' ASKS RE-ELECTION OF DEMOCRATS\ ,


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OSCEOLA COUNTY CITRUS GROWERS 'WANT T HOME EXCHANGE


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t'i FRUIT GROWERS I. FRENCH MITRAILLEUSE IN ACTION ;SEARS RESIGNS, WILSON :LAUD'8DEMOCRATIC f n



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1 A> EXCHANGE WT. ; :* PARTY: .


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I"Y tl Try to Get Better ''Will Give Up Office, Feb. In Letter to"v Majority



.;.11rice for Citrus CropCALL 1 1915. Leader Und wood',. '

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MEETING ON NOVEMBER IT IS EXPECTED THAT HIS SUCCESSOR GIVES ENDORSEMENT TODEM'. i

l COURT HOUSE: FOR PURPOSE ; WILL BE NAMED BY OCR ATI: C MEMBERS OF CON....
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1'1'I THREE CANDIDATESARE CRESS
OF ()IWA IZlsr.-mOw. Y PRIMARY: IN LIEU OF .SPEECHES
IN RACE TO DATE.W. HE WOULD LIKE
ERS URGED) TOHE PRESENT. I riir TO )iAKE.Washington .

{ The fruit 5f the county; J. Sears, county auperintendent : D., C,=-.PresidentWU-
have called a growers meeting to be held at of public instruction, forwarded his 'Jon made public a letter to Majority
the house on November 4th for resignation to Governor Trammel! on Leader Underwood of the house In '+
court
the of organizing a home exchange Tuesday of this week, asking that it 'which he reviewed the. achievements. ,

purpose which will have for its big _LiT'iF**.LL __.--. V jtf JjU tlVijlT i-i-Fs- --_. take effect February 1, 1915. of his administration, outlined the r ,
Mr. Sears, who is 'the Democratic for! the
idea the cutting out of all commission program : next session-of
business and compel nominee for Congress from the Fourth congress, and declared.'"the Democrat

and brokerage to cashfor, all fruit f. o. ...... -- -. N Florida District tato-that he will Ic party Is now in fact. the only 'In.. ,c
x., buyers pay I devote the month of February to get. strument ready to the country's hand
b. at Kissimmee.That STAMP YOUR FRUIT ting with the duties of his by which anything be-
such an organization could I Egg Plant Being Shipped by Boat, ; new acquainted office and that his resignationas ." can accomp-. rlished. ,

accomplish a great deal of good goes:. I superintendent, was sent in this The president wrote the Utter-'as i" '
without saying. It would end fruit the haphazard i $110.91 Saved on 121 Crates OTHERWISE IT WILL early so as to allow time for a prl- endorsement all Democratic members i

way of marketing now I mary if it is desired. of congress in lieu of speeches he

in force, and it would fair guarantee for the his i I I Truck movement to date has been-: hoat from Jacksonville north. They 1 Though no official word has been laid he would like to make in every ''P
-. -grower at least a price BE HELD IN JAXMany received from the Governor up to this congressional district H* t
citrus confined almost entirely to eaI'lY.CK! were reported in first class condition eons ,
crop. he favorsa
I' time, it is understood that victory for his party In the & '
This proposed organization should plant. J. F. O'Berry, C. H. Funk J. ; when put .on boat and if they carry primary as the means of decidingwho because "evfry thoughtful. man sees'

have the hearty support of all grow- I H. Hilliard and Andre Vande-r Meersch ; satisfactorily by this route the grow shipments of grapefruit have Mr. Sears' successor shall be. that a change> o&.p* Us Just now
ers, because it can only be effective been held up in Jacksonville by the Most of the Democratic county committeemen would set the clock back not forward"
were growers interested in a ship- ers will doubtless depend largely on ,
when all growers are inside of the organization authorities because of the boxes of have expressed themselves and because "a practical
and .it can only accomplish j men) of 121 crates sent out the first the boat service. On this shipment fruit have not each been stamped with the primary also and It likely to reject such nation Is not 1,'
steam
as favoring full of,
its purpose when all get inside and j I of she week and they will make an- alone.the growers saved $110.91 in the guaranteed contents as now required likely that one will be called] the spirit of public .service and substitute
then stick. It ought to be a "stick, t I other shipment today. transportation charges by shipping by by law, notification of which 1 appears in December. in the midst of
sticK" i-rizatior PV I'll> I These 121 crates were all billed to boat instead of straight through by reached here sometime great tasks;!
b nth. r, '-rj \ today, and as a result Candidates known to be in the race either a party upon which a deep demoralization s''
lic call follows: I New York City and were shipped by express. there has been a raid made upon rub- at this time are: Miss Betty Aultman, has fallen, or a party

Kissimmee Fla., OcL 2:3: 1914. --I ber stamp manufacturers by those Clarence Yowell and Judge G. F. which has not grown to a stature that. rP s
To the Fruit Growers of Osceolt i ORGANIZE P who: wish to avoid further trouble Kribbs, who was namedas would warrant its assuming th*,.responsible i
TWO CUT
County: NEW FIRM SERIOUSLY with the government.The a candidate soometlme ago, says burden of state." .-\>'
We the undersigned citizens think content of a grapefruit box because he
he will not enter the race The legislative
'1 it i ia time to organize ourselves for self amount to one three-fifths bushels the timeto program begun during
he cannot devote
feels that
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. protection, marketing!; our < i ,, the office that should be devotedto the president to have been begun"to J
of this cording to the new law, be stampedon ,
calling on every grower it. When asked if he had .any recommendations destroy control and "
county to co-operate with us in form- F:. L. Lesley, E. 1 D. Malloy. and W. stabbing affrays" caused con- every box. Some of the larger shippers to make as to who his business free.private. that the people set \,

ing a home exchange to cut out all C. JIa-.s are the principal stockholder' siderable excitement last Saturday : have been conforming, to the successor should be, Mr. Sears said ot the country had been served by this, l"
business I' statute: since the of the
.l commissions and brokerage in a company organised this week to night about 11:30 o'clock in diffent beginning that he would take no stand in the congress 'as her ru.ve, never 'been! .
., \'f > and require! the buyers to pay cash I do an extensive business in buying sections of town. season but others! through ignorance (matter, that all of the candidates supported eased before." .' .. I .
for the fruit at home. I Dt: .d.hav..JWt.be.n doing.o. The him In his election and-if he "'
and selling beef cattle etc. Already In front f'the Creyston Hotel "Work.;
Teas.
The only way to do this (is for every to all kinds of fruit or it would not be Splendid
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stock have been boughtand had preference
800 head of grounds near the railroad, a disputeoccurred vegetables any -
and stand that in the work it
grower to unite together. to be kept until -are shipped pack, fair to express It.:1.j. Outlining a 'accomp. 4
put on pasturage white
between several
this control the priceof young liahed Mr. Wilson .
ages. for0eceola mentioned
By doing we can the is It will be a new experience the re-
and to
our products and receive pay for next season, plan is afforded.buy fellows and negroes and Joe Palmer, An attempt was made by the-Florl- county to have some one in Mr.Sears form of the tariff, the passage of the ;5
them before they are transported. all along as opportunity colored, stabbed Henry Hansel sev la and Shippers League to as superintendent He has new currency bill, the anti-trust bills,. J ,
this firm place
r' (Besides the responsibility and expense The men composing are eral' times with a knife, inflicting one have this, rule suspended because of for nine and the handling of foreign problem
have f served in that position' years ;
well! known and already largelnteseste '
of the
in the
serious wound 1 region
of the 'fruit the Inconvenience it to 11 said he doubted If
S 'growing we nov causes grow- which in itself Is proof of the esteem "there has ever'been
? also bear the uncertainty of the re- Bass in thlll.lle: the tion.' Lesley cattle and left lung, along,with minor'cuts. The ,enc.but success was not met,with.HANDTOHAND . I In,which he Is held,,, and the except: t a, finer exhibition of team :work y
largest,
'and it [
among bled
wounds
areA profusely was
I turns by Allowing, other people .to tlonally .fine school system, 'of the or of unhesitating devotion to-..the
"handle it and dictate what we shall feared that ,young ,IIansel would and die stands as a monument to film. Fulfillment: of. party pledge's."
? receive.' ' ' *" but he is now improving'rapidly I county Praising the new' tariff bill t.IM".
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of cattle and more-than 30,000
acres unless unexpected complications arise .
This is important and asserted that
a very move president "private eon1rol
we wish every grower to respond to of lard on Canoe Creek. Their Interestin he will soon be out again. The negrois FIVE CANNING CLUBS ; had shown Its sinister/face( on:
this is and FIGHTING IN RUSSIAPetrograd e w
\ oar call and meet us on November new company separate in jail awaiting a meeting of the very hand in America, had 'shown it Yt
the
:, 4th, in Kissimmee, at the court house distinct from partnership propertyof grand jury. for a long time, and sometimes very,

'i! at ten o'clock a. m. to organize this Lesley and Bass.is The other cutting scrape occurred Russia, Oct. 23.-The official I ABE ORGANIZED brazenly, in the trusts, and In the virtual
Mr. Malloy an Orange countyman p
home exchange for our self protection.. interestsin about the same time but in one of news bureau in a statement reviewing I domination of credit by small
a and has
We will then into operation at once. large property the dives in North Kissirnnvee, of He said that .
go heretofore ncgroe ; ( the fighting around Warsaw in groups men. .hll'blprices '
B, Dickerson, E. J. Viall, E. L. D. that com.ly. He has, both participants being negroeR. The lays: "The Russian troops displayedexceptional A Canning Club was organized MissAnne did not spring directly from theariff c
inter&rted in naval stores afternoon.
Overstreet, H. M. Myers, F. II. Lawson been princi- fight arose over 90 cents which JamesBaker energy in coming to the 'St. Cloud Wednesday Woman's but out of the suppression of 4
H. N. Bratton R. D. Guioe, G. Lewis claimed Sam Brown owed him of Carson talked to the Competition which flourished more's
defense Warshaw'and saving the ,
B. C. Mil- O'Bryan un attorney of the Baker used his Improvement' Club. Later, in regular
B. Lawson J. S. Bronson and .refused to pay. from easily under the' protection of a
German bombardment."The
city
P.: G. Crowmartie I city, is counsel for and a stockholder, knife in the and Brown a business meeting they voted to forma
ler, W. J. Barber, I fight was severely Siberian regiments arriving Cloud. high tariff. He declared that the panic
J. W. Oliver, A. D. Story. W. O..Bron- I in the company. cut on the back of the head I club among the women of St. which opponents of the new bill
at Warsaw 'sent
immediately to pre"f
were
son, J. T. Graves, S. C. Partin W. In busmen circles, the organizationof hut was able to be out by the first of the front. During their bayonet I I I The club was organized with twelve Club dieted, had not come, and that despitethe
W. Miller this new company is considered a Baker tried before members. The Woman's Canning
J. week.
L. Moseley, A. S. Nelson the was European war there had been sufficient -
charges at night, in the forest of club
most important one, as it promises will be in orfanizing-the
.J. M. and helpful
John Partin W. E. Smith Judge Murphy, Monday plead Montchidlovsk, the Siberian soldiers' time to prove the success. of
Lee W. L. Werthbee, W. I. Barber,, much for the develupment of the cat- guilty to the charge of aggravated took prisoners belonging to the for girls.A the act -- - Y ".,',.
C. S. Acree, Rull) Bass. tle business' in Osceola county. The assault. He is now working out a sixmonths many I number of women at Shingle The trade commission bill and the
chnrtor under which the company isincarlxa.tiog sentence. Twenty-first corps.! : Creek also signified their intention of "
anti-trust bill
spoken'ofet'as
in so wide in its Battles Vistula and at Przrmysl."Inengagement.near club. Clubs were formed at Clayton were
scope on forming a
in directions Sheriff Ingram apprehentfed!) both Kcsiencia the Union Center, designated "to make men in a, I
JNO M. LEE BARBECUE as to allow branching out many New Eden, Narcoosee
without difficulty. I small of business as free to snc rr
prisoners way
and us the business grows and Caucasian regiments also gave proofof and Center Park this week. A spirit
in and kill
coed biff to J
a
as men way
increases the firm will doubtless extraordinary courage. )For eight friendly rivalry is being manifestedamong .
I lot In the seed. H added that"Thonopolies
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{,' HAS BEEN POSTPONED broaden its interests.. I 4444,4444445444 444ifi44 44444 days these regiments were fightingon I the various clubs. "!{: are built up by unfair .1. .
the banks of Vistula, in the marshes :, Miss Carson will visit the other methods of competition" which-would ". '
NEW ATTACK ON THE 4 4 where the trenches constantly schools of the county next week. '
were '
I .00 Have You A Young Grove 4 be eliminated by the new legislation; .
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John M. Lee is GERMAN FORTS AT under water. .
'r i-v.> The barbecue benefit which of the Methodist TSINGTAU IS BEGUN. 4 0 oO ... ,. *+** "Monopoly is to be cut off at the :r ,
, planning for the 4 County Farm Agent B. E. Evans 4 "Several regiments suffered severe 4 Hunting; License. roots," he declared. ;
'i '... church will not be given tomorrow New York, N. Y., Oct. 23.-The East; > requests that everybody in *' osflCH and one regiment had three Judge T. M. Murphy received 4 "If our party were to be called upon ', 'f:.
x..J (Saturday) as previously announcedbut and West News bureau gave out this < the county who has bought young 4" > commanders seriously wounded one his hunting license blanks this 4 to name the particular point of

has been postponed for one week. afternoon a cablegram from Tokio orange or grapefruit trees with4" ,, after the of er. 1 4 week and is now ready to issue 4 principle in which it differs from its '
Mr. Lee states that the Postponements dated today aa follows: 4 in the past fourteen months re- 4 "The direction of the. great battle license for hunting privileges to 4 opponents most"sharply and in which ,t'
s: due to a death in th family of Mr. "The Japanese naval general staff port to him where this citrus which has been underway mix days Is'' frail who may desire them. The 4 It feels itself most definitely sustain- :

S Hansel who lives on the place at announces that the marine heavy artillery stock was purchased and where going on to the south of Przemyslin hunting season docs not open until 4 eel by experience. continued the president !
Southport and who always has charge corps js engaged on the 22nd > planted. If growers will do this 4 the hands of General Broussilloff. > November 20, but people frequently 4 "we would no doubt say that it "
t' of barbecuing the meat upon these oc (today) in the attack upon Tsingtau -0It will help to facilitate the work The Austrian losses have been enornous. 4 like to get their license 4 ran this: That we would.. have no sLa

5. casions. and that a part of the Japanese fleetis of inspecting the groves. Many prisoners have been taken 4 011 'qsl\.l 1 P1oA1 01 se o. 4(1110 4 kalings with monopoly but reject-it '
The barbecue will be held on Saturday keeping watch on the enemy's warships e Including both Austrians and > Judge Murphy is'ready for them. 4 together; while our opponents were ".. ,
1' October 31, and plans are beingmade hovering about Hawaii. <--H 0 OoOO.O OO..OO ooouo 'Germane." Ot O..OOO.O.O..tI ready to adopt It into the realm Of I ;r",
to have everything in readiness law, and seek merely to regulate it .\ ,
, -k for that day. The boat will leave the I and moderate it In its 'Operation. It g gIs '

'k city dock at 8 o'clock that morning for PROSPERITY NOT ONL THE WA Y--IT'S HERE our purpose to destroy monopoly ,.
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? S Southport and will return about 4:30 ; :and maintain competition as the only ,
in the afternoon. Everybody is invited effectual Instrument of business lib- s. :

, i and everybody who goes is assuredof YEAR'S EXPORTS GREATER THAN THOSE OF 1912 ,arty," ,
. r' a fine time and a big feed.MEET Jostle Dost Laborer.,

J sthaa\ been done the laborer, r
1 ANSTO WITH Is prosperity here? The grand total ordered 5,000 tons of steel for'bayonets Steel company and distributed( by it WHERE AMERICAN PROFITS. declared the- presidentand his labors

date from the Crucible Steel manufacturers. York Oct the Evening to be treated if it
exports for the year to exceeds company. among different motor car New 23.-Says no longer i

$670,000,000, which is more than The south will soon be sharing equally World editorially: "wen merely sin inaminat..bject of : '

t< i ST. CLOUD GROWERS $20,000,000 ahead of the corresponding in prosperity of the manufacturingnorth ARE CALLING FOR HELP. "The United States is going to commerce and happiness disconnected of a from living the human forUnesj ,y
.. Oct 23. to
' 4, "j period of 1912 and only a little and of the agricultural west, Thomas Washington Grant,, -of According the Washington smelt it own tin. Last year it sent being, to be dealt with a. an object
secretary
;1j ,"; Farm Agent, B. E. Evans. behind the record of last year. where prosperous farmer will soon .Chamber of Commerce, there I chits tin concentrate to British smel of sale and barter." .'
County week in St. have <.000,000 acres sowri with winter ten. Th. war cutoff of u
this
l' of Ot the(' currency bill Mr. Wilson
" : That the cotton planters period of is an unusual call for help from various vale
with several wheat alone, according; to the Price ichthyol mineral oil, in .
Cloud In conference parties said i "We have created democracy
houses.
A. i 4':.arM regarding the farmers co-opera- gloom is passing is evidenced by.the Current grain reporter...KeaJ signs of -- big Washington business medicine, found In' the Austrian Ty of credit such'.aa' has-n ver existed
;*'rtive demonstration work, recently Inaugurated fact that while in 'September cotton better time. an shown. by- the fol BUSINESS 18 OPTOMISTIC. rol. Somebody has looked around and in tliU eotmtry before.". He declared ,-
; !* in Osceola county, under exports were only 11 per cent.of the PLANS *: Detroit, Mich., OcC-: 23. -Byre* ,G. found plenty.of {tehthyol when no that ."crtdit ia now at the disposal of{ :
+.' ,<:>>.llthe) direction of the United States 1913 total for September. last week WORK: OVERTIME )fiuhen..eretal7 of the Detroit body even-sought it before-in fossil every man who'ershow' energy and '

II ;. .Department of Agriculture. they. reached 45 per cat of the total New York, Pet. ,20*-Foreign 'purchases. Chamber of Commerce, said There bode.in this country.v .., .. : aMeta/*, and becans: control ,of th .' ,
I'tV;i t t 1It has been arranged that Mr. for the corresponding week>* year of- American products nave Is .' better .busiess spiritpreTailing MAKE RUSSIAN OIL HERE.:, :" system rested ,with the ..governmentt ., w.

... II ,Evan return to St. Cloud next Toes-' ago:: Just see how the ffturss are coming -, grown to rapidly in the last two weep her and a feeling' on .be ttx-part ofour i I 'New\York\ Oct' 230-Alb Uno and said,0"\ I* sin f .. as. ,well. as..' dry ,
I / '. manufacturers J>usln.sa men that thing are go1ing "*. '
that now
and bull in
the : -y- many
day to talk to growers! i other medical ello," neretoferav:mod .....ul1lC7. t
nesa e<,thai'vicinity;about the work. Cotton exports now exceed h.'pt.: working their plants vertim..Others to brighten ,up' ;,very materially in, .ia.Russian. will b'mtmfactared . 0
".*'.,A:;..IBM meeting has been called for vious weekly maximum' by'over,80' are wondering::now they an take care- the- 'AMERICAN near't ture. POTTERIES.- V , only: In th* United: sooa StatMft -- ...... . .*. . . t'. i'. .- "

':that relay.and men Interested In the per' : cent. Thetotal/ foreign shlp-: .f the \ 't'1n4ndou." '. l added volume ofbusiness. '.tfc Ing'tor; th*/.United4atat.r"geoiegiealbulletln :- :...'.- .... ....I Od. 24...;; '.,'
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!'Jll&ttera working* My....lrgethat menU for the last reported weak ex. .. -' 'r" ,.'ojr;: ) 6ran..IfIOct-Tbat' which. BUM Reached .' ' + ,
survey -
#'7"' ''sr '( coed the jby over '$200> '' Specific 'jn tanees of the. general United 8t.ata'will now Cs/aW t8 develop ... '
,'. f'J t preceding, New Yrk boatawr now*.. '* '* fl- ,iCowty* Commissioners + 1. ;z s
'toMr.", Evanr'lone:: ,' "Ol'1',tw.nt-etpt 00..The !'alns' in.Use west.have MdeeertaJn I trade boom are found in allsections sufficient ,kaolin t clay'for, the GENHKAL,''TRADK BtnTBst,. .;n_. s&'October. 24,.at +,, ,
meetfe
.., ann :agents, wotkl'C': ,'bI'a ta.glrt1 s bumper enp.Wbldu.. t of the country.Twelve, .large motoryack. making of fin .pottery' thee+hh.fChins' .. x.CMeac;-,;Oct. 23.-That boain*".. *> ten o'clock In &* court house for,+;. "
,. Of.f.1or'Wa. adl then ii ovary been an' ted,."tit:.!c MofHto *, each capable ot carrying'from 'the s aaJBoroperI..1lw easttdaa.::and c bettor rmatni .trade 41** punxm*' "rbC-cos *(,.;-; 1',,
e.iclence the state is being bene- the'farmer. Exceptional ordinr front three.'to ,five tons :'yesterday: : :: wenplaceden jMsstT-M I& J crptaU +. ,. i.f-......-........ .'

fitted bT their efforq..Tbe growers abroad :certain &stimulate new trade, bdard'tie.te.mabip Richanbeiau -.. pressed___ by nwn In,the. i i potterybi-i *J &9MP wait-Is-thb-belwt afL-BWInchdl]; . osa die tioo ]list'" -,"

; :Jof Oaeedlatcowtty.ha'e,. meet kindly, "received raanner:and Mr.,-t6ri"'t condone'!to. ;''"p}Uri, *'', AmeriWnfac" ', .f'"i1l.r' : ". -" of th.pryntbfJlnefor: (, ,,abip.ment'to .. ?' "d at-bae.d'.in'thttfState entl.etlon on. t- .. XJBitod"P tnI e' ..MCtec'. of .tth* UnlsM PsetficwK ..P-- .. ... :.;r; t'

Events ln-tbo trucks .. of order for' y,'JP1** *** ha* Just e** pkrtsrai
their hearty From'Pittsburg.lor:example.come. !The R part an
him co-opera-
fa:.cidll. .' ......-, : .'! .' ..". ..',:or- 'f j tyi.ew.FMt the''tagoYetnsaeat! iw. .1::' 1r -- '_ eantly.. inptad' tYt 'I' . &It w.-. .,

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sweet potatoes,' 'because 'the 'potat fungus 'may appear on either surface PROMINENTBAPTISTSARE :

I 'Yoakum' ;Favors Government will be, rough and Irregular cons.. of the leaf or on the twig. It if
/ quently,do not brine the best price downy white in appearance RettUi* :
; on the market. darker near the leaf. The leaves ol VISITING IN I CITY
Ownership Railroads How Fertilizer. affected plants are distorted arftl surl-
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The sweet potato requires a complete ,
fertilizer, but phosphoric acid from the plant.Prevention Members of the program committee
WILL GIVE Rock Island Was "Stripped"Washington and potash are particularly, ell entlal and control: While of the Florida Baptist conventionmet 't'
The nitrogen required for this crop this.disease Is worse during moist here last .night in a conference!

.I can be obtained, to .a large degree, by weather and Where plants are closely at which the program for the annual ,.

D. C., Oct. 17.-Go'ernrnent growing a' crop of velvet beans or crowded In the row, it can be easily meeting in Pensacola in December was
PLAY *ownership of railroads wt ll FARM TALKSBY peat on the land the previous yea controlled. All wild plants knowr mapped out. Composing the commit.tee )
i iI advocated by B. F. Yoakum one ot and turning the vines under. Tm to be susceptible to this disease should are: Rev. S. B. Rogers'nd Mrs ,
iI I the ablest railroad men, in testifying should be assisted by the additloni be destroyed. Spraying with Bprdeifux II C. Peel man, of Jacksonville; Dr. A.
.
I sulphide of Lake City; Rev. J.
today before the Interstate Commerce use of commercial fertilizer. mixture or potassium. Montague)\ ,
Commission the Roc When the potash! situation is 'cleat is effective. E. Trice of Arcadia; Rev. Geo. Hy.
Benefit of Athletic : Island and case.investigating B.E.EVANS ed up again," it is advisablie to use Strawberry Gall. I man of Sanford; Hr. C. W. Duke, of (
: ? For, This came after an accumulation a liberal amount .in the sweet potat This disease is not established in, Tampa; and C. A. Carson city. Mr.. 4 ,

of evidence showing how the Roc formula. Kainlt makes the sweet potato this section, as most of our plantings Carson is chairman. :'

; Association Island had been financially wrecks .. COUNTY FARM DEMON. sirupy. A miture of one-half mu have been on well drained land al- The convention dates are December ..rNEWS'ltltE
by eastern speculators."Government 3TRAT1ON AGENT WORKING rate of potash and kalnlt is a very tho it has proven serious to plants !9, 10 and I 1.

I, ownership is the only I UNDER SUPERVISION OF isfactory. way of mixing the sat-I growing on peat I bogs of the eastern t

; , VENICE, UP.TO. solution of the railroad problem,:' UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT A satisfactory commercial states. IN CITY.
MERCHANT OK said Mr. Yoakum. i OF -AGRICULTURE.The1 izer for sweet potatoes should The affected leaf cells may become .
DATE C() EHY' SELECTED KOI "You think this whole problem yze about 7-4-10 and used at. the rat somewhat invaginated, but the en- The New York Supply store is anew I i
THE OCCASION: REHERSA! : could he solved by the injection of of 1,000 pounds per acre. largment due to the growth of the "u ine8s' firm of the cityl located ".
NEXT WEEK.' government owneship into the national S.. cet Potato. Cultivation.Thorough fungus cell' within is such as to give in one of the stores of _the Fleming
BEGIN: i/ '
body politic?" asked Joseph W The sweet potato is propagated preparation should be the appearence of a minute gall. block on Darlington! avenue. iI \\

H. M. Folk chief counsel for the commission without the use of .._d. The most given the land before planting, as I The new firm deals in household 7 ':
or I'rof.
direction I
Under the "1 do," replied the witness. "At thiparticular common method consists in placing the crop is "layed by" when the vines COUNTY CONVICTS WORKINGON furnishings, men's" and women's. ready .-' J"5 '
,,Evans the High School pupils are at time" continued Mr. Yoa the roots in beds where, under the cover the middle of the rpwa. ST. CL(>UD ROAD. I to wcarctc. \ : '

work on a play to be given Home tim< kum, "the government might/ not hprepared influence.jjjLthe proper amount of heat Cultivation should be given whenever K. L. Britt, who has charge of .,
Capt. TROUBLE,
audi and moisture the huds or eyes develop begins to form, or when KNI) STOMACH
crust
; Thank"giving'in the school to take up the matter. I ifealize a the convict at Ahhton, 1 A
near into county camp C OR DYSPEIj '
shoots. These shoots, variously of weed; GASES
that it involmol' the first appearance young .
might '
tjrjum for the benefit of the Athletic called ".,lipR." "draws;" "sets A was in the city Monday on business.He -
or are makes it necessary. scrap I.
than the
migh or working
grass
The selected) is i a money government the which stated that his crew was .' makes\ Sick. Sour i'iI ;
Association. play to means by the greater: part one-horse cultivator which is a road j I..pall. Diaprpsin"
or.
care spend.
entitled "*Tw Merchant or of the acreage is grown. A se'cond working implement is satis on the St. Cloud to Norcousoe ( Stomachs!. .sure]) feel fine ,. "
comedy, "Well. then how could it IM- un shallow I this week widening and repairing theroad. I BHsy
method consists in cutting sections of in IRe minutes.
'.. Up-to-Date. ilertakcn ? factory. work the Nar- I '
\ began near
They
: from plants produced Yield.In just ate I souring on
) next "fly the recencrs of this eonipanronveying vines' by slip II a rvelill nit and working toward If what you
-Rehearsal* will probably begin cousec station and are lies like a lump of
to the onehalf and in setting these vines in the field harvesting the long vines mus your stomach or
in government this work is
When
week as the pupils to participate rather late. This method decreases the of. This is most satisfactorily St. Cloud. lead refusing to digest or you belch
work their: -> their entire interests and this with- first be, disposed Britt his next :
the play are already at on the yield I from the plants BO cut, but the done by barring off the completed Capt. nays gus and eructate, *sour, undigested

: : part! The east in as/ follows: out i "Your charge ideii to i is, then government.to let the jroprnment \ poUitofs! p induced have better keepqualities. rows with, a'turn plough, to the beam job Ashton is! to .road put in leading new bridges to the>n East I he food, e>r have a feeling o f dizziness,

: StI'lockTony )Romero. have one-half of the profiti inr A third method tho seldom of which is attached 41 rolling cutter. heurtburn fullness ix'U'-ea, bad taste
Portia-Helen Bass. art'ruinf'on/ \ railroad management?" used, consists in cutting he po- The "digging" can be done eithei Coast. meted out I in mouth and stomach-headache, you
sentences
Jessica-Marie Hoyd. "Yes. I think that-in this way thtovprnnipnt luteics into small pieces and plantins with a turn plow or more satisfactorily in Withthree the October jail session of county ('OUI.t.the I can get blessed relief in five, minutes.
1'crislla.1t'I'. :McKec. if it got 111lI..haff111'\ these sections just as one would plant with a regular potato digger. number of county convict' at this Put an end to stomae-h trouble forever ofl'apei'
Antonio-Paul McKee. .piofits of all. the railroads "would l be3nabled I Irish potatoes. The yields reported for- sweet po time number seven. / I by getting a large fifty-cent. case
Graliano--Arthur ..larrel.Mim . to abolish direct taxes in al Market! Demands.A Latoes are almost unbclicveable, but )Diapepsin from any drug store.
'. Thrudi<,,'- -Lilia ii PiintU.Golilio rohms in the states and territories a rule the southern consumer win ordinary care and attention and O. E. Kauffman a'd; family, of I You ,realize in five minutes how needless
; --Chuilie. Kegero. and have enough to run the national whether on the farm or in the with normal:, seasonal conditions a Huntington, Ind., are here to spend it is to suffer from indigestion,
Mrs Golil.o -Nina Rmtton. government as well." prefers) a soft, sirupy potato, l"itV'1 yield of 200 to 400 bushels per acres some time, and may decide to locate dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.

: PolicemanJee; Cooper. "Do'you think any Oliver} benefit* qualities arc still further developed ,! often obtained. permanently. They are located on I It's the ejuickest surest stomach doctor ': ,
'& Willilirn1a: OIl Tiller. he derived from, hy haki ng. On the other hand, the ::**- I in the world. It's wonderful :
1''o'II"or-- night government *: *<
.:-:..:-:. .:-:-:-:": :*<-:-:> ***** Drury avenue. ,
Teiim northern nmikcts demand dry f
Tulml, Captain of (Opposing wnornhip in the way you have mig- a -
mealy or starchy potato in the late\ I > ;.
Don lieuter.! rested it ? .: STRAWBERRY )D1SESF.S) >
:i'
I .
Jolly Amy MaKiiiMiii.iJuki \ "Yes. I urn sure. that 91 lot of Kr'aftwould winter. .

.!: of Venice !-'ranl\.('aIkins\ )I.o abolished.. For t the reason just stated the .:>..:..:-:. -:-:***:**:-:- < ****** <-:-:--:-:- "
"Anything(' ?" Dueily, Pumpkin Yam, and Nancy I(allSri' Land Will
few diseases which 20 Acres of THIS Citrus
for home while the There
use ; are very
grown
There is little 1 doubt hut that the (On- "It would t tend I to prevent ovorcap '
school will have' a pisceorthe tali7.ation of railroads. In that way ii'ould different, varieties of Jerseys and I ittaek this plant, but as the numberf '(/
ceola High !Mansernond for the northern ., devoted to the culture of this
are grown ) aries
which be profitable1 t hintr.rulii I
honor loll this year a ,
state
markets. is increased it ia advisable to Make You Independent
that the local ithoeil) ( i links a* "'\ it put an end to such affair.1'is lOp three
means hind of Potatoer to Be-d. know how to distinguish the
Florida. have h'ousrht111', ) Rock Island rail
best
of the in II
one of the Growers;, as a rule use the small I nost important diseases and the best
his mad to the attention governnont -
EvanH has sent in reporl .
--. to Prof.State High School I Inspector Jno. and ilernanej an investigation ?"I potatoes for this purpose. Altho it I method e-f control. This beautiful tract of land is located just 12 miles south of Kis-

p' A. Thack ton, i.nd in reply received "I I should think it \ oul d l end these I has not been proven, that small hut Leaf Blight. simmee-near the southwest shore of Lake Tohopckaliga. and 80 rods f.
.. ... well shaped potatoes cause any decrease is variously designtaedis
thin letter: A'ildoat ( hem. This disease northeast of Lake Russell right in between two lakes this land is
University of Florida.' "There have be-on many such! 1 1.clwm. in the yield it has been proven iiii.t, leaf spot, sun-burn, and leaf that the tender
Gainesville, I'la. ....?" I that the continued use of ill-shaped jlijrht, i is widely distributed and attacks absolutely frostproof, and has a climate so mild even
Every railroad system in the coun- stringy roots will in course of time more or less destructively all lemon tree thrives free from cold.

Gainesville; Klu. trv: has been indulging/ them and produce ill-shaped undesirable potatoes. ,larieties of strawberries, both wild The land itself consists of Hammock Grove which means that it fis

will continue to do so until the government ind ('ult ivated. above the water and covered with a growth of magnificent live
Prof. R. M. Evans, high
takes charge." In selecting seed potatoes care I Appearance of the disease; Blight: The
Kiftftimmec I'Iji.My arid ther varieties of hard-wood trees.
railroad should be exercised to secure smooth, the leaves oaks growing hickories
"Is the Rock Island as a ,, nay t'tirm' to appear upon
-. Dear Mr. Evans: foi is. paying; a. proposition now-.-it has w...4l shaped and uniform potatoes. lust before the fruit sets, and if it immense growth which the old trees have attained testifies not onlyto
. Ht-hare rec thanks. Just jeen for the last ten years !toes on their long life, but as to (iI...
which please accept my I believe we "Yes." the time of harvesting and taken ('avorable it will prove very destnic- clay sub-soil. Your dollars will become growing dollars when invested >, q..
a glance at your report. I." from "hills" that produce the most ive. The at fist are usually
A tieR spots
will be able to place your school ort "Paper fs in 20 of this soil. Soil and climate-combine to make this land
... Mr. Yoakum described in detail the and beat large potatoes. This one mall i and red 'or red-purple, and acres
list. tale of the 'Frisco lines to the Rock of the most important secrets of increasing , lome times* brownish. They continue one of the richest and most fertile tracts in Florida. The tract is ..
4- What do you think of hQlding here gland In 1903, calling the whole af- the yield, and should he to increase in size, being nearly circular located within one mile of the John JLee dock, and you are assured of ,

t' At the University school meet next? Many March high or school April, air a "paper deal." given attention when we dig this In outline. At this stage the good transportation facilities for your fruit. ;!
r :.high "The- Rock Island," said Mr. Yda- year's crop. renter of the diseased area is grayish
principala are asking for it and are collateral The Soil and Its Preparation. surrounded by a deflate -
"v urn, "paid the zest in ten-year white in color
: anxious to< have their nigh school en. number of marketable border which SURE --- PROFITS "
ndtes of.the Rock Island com- A large red or red-purple' BIG
I? tered. What do you think we school should l be ",>any, a New Jersey holdingcompany sweet potatoes can be produced on tales into the surrounding heathly : ,

I able have to-and doin Twhatwould this T Both your athletic and Frisco stock was the collateral. moderately fertile land than on very issue. The discoloration of the -leaf If you want to double, and triple' your money inside of a year or , i

i literary features, ; might be pulled'of "I other words," said Mr. Yoakum, rich noil made' up .largely.of organic' due to to the disease differs from that two-this i i. the placed: Why'pay $1.000 I per acre for'a grove whep :.
for : neVrmal leaf'which is past maturity -
the Rock Island paid $17,500,000 matter, of the <
: to greatiticcese, 1: believe. Let me buy this 'high grade citrus land at $40 per acre and then ,
he 'Frisco and sold 'it back for $10- The soil should be mellow, warm in that it is localized .and not you' can
i.
4, 'have your opinion- of,when?gW you wishes can to 000,OO() 'six ;years later.?. *-" and well drained. These conditions are cattered throughout the leaf.Results with the expenditure of a few dollars and some labor you can develop

With the best.' Governor Folk, in questioning Mr. best fulfilled on sandy loam or sandy of the disease!: The re- your own grove and reap the profits> Write us about this splendid
.l and .. i
you your r&skum, brought out the fact that soil. ults. of a disease which attacks' the J
Cordially.JNO. A., THACK3TON. 1r. Yoakum "put {pne over" on thetate I Clay goil should not be used to grow plant as the above is inevitable. Incase proposition- .

P ---:-,. E. H. Harriman, in the purchase the attack is severe the death BARCLAY :
I? Unless unforueon' difficulties arise of the Chicago and Alton.- Th pock II ernor Folk with emphasis.Mr. of the plant may result. In less severe BREAKER & .f

: the Oaceol.l1Igh School will soon hl Ind got the Chicago and Alton when Wallace, the Central .1 attacks the'reduction of the f uncional Kissimmee Florida ,;
start the publication of a monthly pa- larriman was abroad. Yoakiuii Bmil-,'president, said he felb discouraged leaf surface will result in the Adjoining Manhattan Hotel ."

per or magazine. Prof. Evans has ''d when he recalled thin incident. I over Expert McKenna's report, that production of small berries.! Then, ,

2' been working on the school paper plan Additional details of the share jug- wouJd take some $31,000,000 1 bo put too, the fruiting stems may be so ..in.i -.- - -- -- -- Ii'
for some tina and faculty and pupils ling performed bv the wreckers of the road on its feft. Nineteen per .i ired that the berries will wither before --- -- ----- ,
(I' are all enthusiastic over the prospect. the Rock Island which cost the stock cent of the locomotives are useless; they ripen. When newly set I I I I I I Illllllll'Bargains S S I I I I-S I I I 1111111111111111111111111. ,-

#' Plans have progressed, far enough until olders of the Rock Island holding 60 per cent. of the passenger cars are plants are badly diseased any future
a name has been decided on for the ompanies that went to the wall $100.- dilapidated; 2,925 freight cars havea "rop may be depended upon to be a
publication ant the business and editorial .- 00,000 were disclosed as the day's scrap value placed on them and 20, (iilure, or, at least, to not bring profi-
staff selected. .arinp proceeded.The i 00<> or 30 per cent. are next to use table returns. Worth While ,
"Utolaleee" is the name chosen for Money It Gone : Prevention and control : Anything
., the paper. it being coined from the "Is there no hope whatever: forhose less.As president of the Central Trust'company that can he done to promote health Inthe

s; ...' Utopian Stenolakee literary societies!'! who have invested their moneyi Wallace started procedurefor strawberry plant by bringing
of the Bchool. Member!'! of the staff I the two holding companies ?" asked forecl sure of the Rock Island, he bout the best conditions for its Beautiful! bungalow, new nicely furnished modern, large lot.
are: Toney Rogero, business-manager; Commissioner Clements of M. .T. Wal- i said, and if the road is sold at auction !rowth and development,,wTil be ofaili and enuinebargain. Immediate .
i, Paul MrK-e assistant business man- lal"e. president. of the Central Trust he, as chairman of the bondhol 1 in preventing: attacks by his fungus north east front, close in a possession. ...
I it in and distribute Come let show this prpperty and introduce you to the owner with ,
ager: Clyde Buzza, circulation manager ompany.; ders' committee, will buy pest. us you
: Harris Downing, editor; Maude "I don't believe there is 1 a nope. it to the bondholders. Aside from proper cultural practices whom you can deal direct. ,:
Alice .Wagner: associate editor; Geo. eplied the witness.' I "When this sale takes place at pub- it will be found judicious to "
about I 114 mile from
land.
., Cooper, athletic editor; Bettie Phin- "Do you think the credit of ruilr.ad I lic auction that will wipe out all of rnploy fungicides of which Bordeaux Suburban property-IO acres of good
go, local 1 editor: Edna Schweikart, exchange ,' can 1 be permanent when such the Rock Island railroad, the New mixture is the most efficieht as a pre- the city limit 8J/2 acres fenced hog lightS acres cleared, 3'/2' acres f ,./

-, editor. Reporters, ninth grade: lings go on1?" asked the commission- Jersey Holding company, alll the entive, measure. The disease leaves mostly cleared. 2 room house good deep well of pure soft water. ...:
Muriel Prentis\ ; tenth grade Laura ..r. .But the witness hedged.;: stocks and bonds of the Iowa company should be removed from the plants statble and chicken house. Good settlement. Price $650. This is a de- I.
Thomas; eleventh grade Mattie Belle Two more "dummies" were discov- and all I this pyramid of $350- when they are set out, and they *
Harris; twelfth grade. Helen Jones.Dtm1I"I red. George G. McMurtrey; ,of New 000,000 which" was raised on the basis should be sprayed soon afterwards, inorder cided bargaian land ready for business. ,'

York, director of the. Rock Island of the $175,000,000 capital stock and to protect the new growth. AlIecond 280 farm- 1 V4 mile from railway station 2 miles from good ',

iipg with this wo. k the high iperating; company, and of the New those who have purchased stock in the spraying should be made just acre road telephon line along in \
school literary societies changed their ersy Holding company, and George New Jersey company will lose their before blooming time and one 6r two town of 2.500 people on a good county .
meeting dav from Friday until Mon 1'. Boggs, of New York, an official money and this Iowa. stock will lose others after harvesting to -lnsarealthyyoungpiantw frpntpf thc JIDLSjX_ room .house good l store building, school house --_&
ic day. The Stenolakee society had its in various, capacities of the Rock Is- its value ?" -- -- -- ; 150 yards from residence on the land church 24 of a mile, six houses \F."'

regular scmi-monthlv meeting last land Operating company. "Everything of that" paper com- Powder Mildew. within !!1/2 mile of this farm. About 2 acres bearing orange grove. 6 acre -'! I
aft. The Utopian society McMurtrey admitted he knew very any will be wiped out. This fungus is common on a large and 8 10 I
P Monday ?rr.o"n. ready to plant, or
2/2]
acres more
: grapefruit
In ttle about operating the various comanies. The hearing was adjourned Indefi- umber of plants, including strawberries young grove.
nveU Monday session -
next open
F and has prepared the following About the 'Frisco deal where- nitely with the prospects of coming up roses, etc. acres more mostly cleared. This farm i iB a bargain at $30 per acre. I

K program for the hour: 'by th Rock Island lost $35.000,000( ( again within two weeks. Appearence of the disease; The Can be had on favorable term. of payment. Man can divide this into 5

.t. Instrumental duet--Ruby Prevatt he confessed he relied entirely upon ... acre tracts and sell off enough to pay for farm and have a nice.bodyof
---- -- -
and Edna Schw'dkart.i the report of the committee. in charge I I-U----: land with improvements left. This i is worthy of close investigation.
Reading-Dolly Alford. such things.Bourn.
. ,' Oration-Will Mason Tiller. Unconvinced. SLEEP DISTURBING BLADDER WEAKNESSBACKACHERHEUMATISM .' Lake View Farm-This farm i is located on Lake, Tohopekaliga, /

3 Debate, "Resolved that women have Mr. Boggs thought the Rock IcIer less than four mile from the town of Kitsimmee and extneds from the ,-(

more influence over men than money." buyers had a right to dispose of fit.th>3mpany's QUICKLY VANISH lake to the county road, contains 127 acres beside about 40 acres (J
Clark and Violet they, saw
t. Affirmative.Pirah Bullock. Negative, Frank Calkins and >"You consider money then the operation Riperian rights land that make good pasture. About !Yi of this land is

. t Arthur--;Jarrell. of a railroad merely the private concern in the artesian belt. part of it is excellent pasture land. a part best of
Vocal Solo-Ethel Roberson.Extemporaneous of its officers, directors l and Even Most Chronic Sufferer* Find Relief and sift all the poisons from the farming and trucking land and 40 acres or more of magnificent hammock -
speech-Harris stockholders;" snapped Mr. Folk.- After A Few Doeee Are blood, and drive it out of the system.So .
comprising the very best of citrus fruit land. 20 acre or more --<
Downing. I, "Yes, I do." sure, so positive, so quick and
railroads Taken. in cultivation. About 8 acre of grove, consisting of a good variety of
Reading Utopian Journal-Mattie "Don't :you know that are lasting, are the results obtained from
Bell Harris. public highways; that what they the use of Croxone, that three dosesa orange and grapefruit Also nursery of young trees for extendinggrove.

i' I l chance is I a tax on the public; that the Backache, urinary disorders, and day for-a few day. are often all, Six room house, two porches three flowing well, stables corn

,As number of new pupils were en- public is. Interested lest the. charges ,rheumatism. 'are caused from weak that required to rure the worst case bin and haw mow. Can sit on the porch at the residence and enjoy the
.
''rolled in the cIty schools this week. funds of the '
If the of backache the
41 become too high regulate most annoy-
inactive kidneys, which fail to filter the .hosts and fro- the
and watch going to lake. This
school pupil enrolled from g-iv- 'lake breeze, on
On. ,hick railroad are to be diasipatedand and the blood InC bladder disorder, and overcome the
I I
the keep
out .Impurities
,Davenport, Fla. en away .in extravagancethe railroads and the only on -earth to numerous other similar conditions. i* one of the most delightful and profitable place in the country.
I i mtist charge lgh.. passenger pure way It Is the most wonderful $12.700. favorable term of payment.
.). have decided and positively curs,such ; prepara Price'
The twelfth grade pupils permanently :
freight rate 1C they continue to 'oper.ateT tion' ever mad. for the purpose. It
the
:: on old 'rose 'and stlverfor'orderedarm their Do.you. believe this is righJtt".$ troubles Thenew, is to dl.covsryCroxone remove cause., cures I is entirely different from, .all other Manv other farm and grove We solicit correspondence Will ,
'class colors and have "i do- not see. It that way.? I. remedies.There I* nothing else on free of '..':
: and pnnanta in then colors., I i railrpad such condition became it reaches, thevery 'furnish reliable information' to any parties charge.1NftON .
bands that
.- 1 "You don'tconode.: thin. roota ofthstdia.n..: (t '.soaks' earth to compare with It. It is so prepared f '
EI.vefttb"aract."oflleeraaN".Pr ..,, : : officials! arc, public officials.. .and right'''into the'' oppedOup: :'inactive that it is practically impossible { '
ht it have to the public. > \ ; to take it into the human without : I
svdiity system
--i.:.1. ,I.ldeot..LCli.n'Pnnti.IVice.P..ldentl.::: ', ; ..: ._ kidneys, through the .walla- and linings ,
t.\ ji '
;. Frank ,CnIUna -. "No. I de ? : :the little results. j ," '.
cleans out
...QTonl': RejeroSecwtary ? tdesw-Ur., ,' ;. : ..filtering ( .
'BG" '
Maurin "You hu.UM old .You anptaIn original l packageof ; ... O''A- ;'
; : Treasurer! .Da.on" "The: daY 4s,n)t;'frdistant cell andLclands; neutralise and.die. ," an : I->
.F ::
rejoined) M?. "
solves the .poisonous uric add substances Croxone at trifling: cost from any "
:"t 1..fb ;;,.aaketbaU. ..teais b" prae..': .", hn.: railroad offfcialt...'who :that'lodge'in 7the*}joints u and first class drugstore.fldruggfetaare I 'KtSiiMJ .

"*',n Tuwday,Thursday, 'arfalse to ,their trust will be -b.IdwIt i muscles scratch'and Irritate and -authorised .to.personally return ; 11'
and P'rafIY aftrX>on.' Ot( ?.ch k,' .,. tt'l< ', same, 4feT'pe' ot ,'aceoantai.bthais I cause rheumatism.It; neutralizes -theorin the purchase price if Crozon.faliatqgIPdesfr&l R f T lNKC i
laws
eonteet earned with. WILty ,to the criminal aa
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ettinr% read for) ctiattitoiiQU. .'" .. .-so It iilun.gsrirrttaW.tha1ea result; regardless of how t :
V. ; I
.. ;-. ,thf'r Tb-fint'oI' < .. CIoU '
,. .". ;. ,. .. 'If,,', ,.' : ', .";",' "' ." ';,,- : ''r-'... .w,-bat- . ,"'."., ".... .. I Iu.I, i sisusiiisuus, lisle $ I- ',

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Main Entrance to Palace'of Machinery at Pan- K BAKERY'MOVES
fSTATEISNOl:: OCTOBER TERM ,

ama-Pacific. International Exposition,. 1915 I

: TO SPR Ut ,STREET' '
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t? TO EXHIBITAT i.: COUNTYJJOURT A. E-Neimeyer,this. week closed the 1 k

K. Bakery shop on Broadway .and
I I 111 conduct ,th.v busin-tss from his,

r -I SEVERAL BOOTLEGGERS ARE tit the corner I of Mitchell and" ,'
FAIR GIVEN JAIL SENTENCES streets. Mr. Nelmeyer" will,in

'SOME DAMAGE SUITS DISPOS'' future limit his retail business to
\ ED OF, OTHERS CONTINUED.. daily delivery service for. regular.
I r but he proposes-to broaden
The October term.-of: county court ,' wholesale .business as. much as

; ,Florida State Commissioi was In session all*of last week, beginning ,' so as to have the'O. K. bread.
.
Monday morning and closing 'S" ,x'. largely through the stores.

of Frisco Fair Quits Saturday afternoon. Following are ,WOODMEN AND J.'O.'
-: the of ,
; cases"disposed : -
.
City of Std Cloud vs. Helen K U..A.M.ORGANIZATIONS.Under
> !I Drought, for $100 damages. Case was I. the heading'"Klsslrnmee Con-
r, WAR AND PESTILENCE. AS WELl i continued. sed" in last week's'issue .ot the

AS THE PRESENT FINANCIALCONDITION '! City of St. Cloud ys. E. G. Farris,, mention ',wan mad of many

ARE REASONS GIV 'for $100 damages; continued. the city's advantagesincluding <
EN BY MEMBERS.k l'l'J Same against same for $160 dam- schools, lodges, .etc. In re
'
+J' After several months of hard IU'Id I IL ages; continued. : : the fraternal- societies we, M l:
t r. untiring work the Florida State Commission City of St. Cloud vs. G. F. Farris to mention the :Modern\ Wood: ,
for the Panama-Pacific internatlon for $250 damages; continued. etc.'O and the Jnlor 'Order United _
I r; Exposition at San Francia i City of St. Cloud vs. J. H. DeGrawfor : Mechanics Local branches tJ
I I'W"
orders have "onlyrecentJyl a
continued. these
$100 damages
1915 has found'it impossible to ; i
co, in ,
raise funds for an exhibit for Florida I Agnes Rhodes vs. A. E. Droughtfor l organized but they, 'both have,
f a meeting hiving been held recent);; $500, damages; continued. I Copyright 1914.,by Panoma-Poclflo International Exposition Co.TtlE memberships and are among the'
c at which time it decided to aban. B. F. Cobb vs. G. L. Fleming, for ; ; flourishing lodges In the city
" was stationed at the most northern of the three arched
r don the effort.. $500 damages. Case continued until photographer' WHS : We apollglze for the oversight.
.,I The commission started out with'i January term.. constituting tbe main western entrance to the palace and ; '. ."" .
u. - -
every prospect of succes. First the I New South Rubber Co. vs. Kissim-tl hll. camera: to the north. TheJhugeeoJiiinns adorning-this .B.ARn-1I.. FINE AS-- t.'ATE"JIELONs.* :; P
financial condition of he1,mee- tltorompB1JY1ordamagesM 0'- trance are of imitation Sienna and are In warm contrast vrltb ; -:
,j 1' general the ef- tion for dismissal filed by attorney for ereamlsh gray of the "Travertine" plaster of which the walls are R. B. Ward dropped ,into the Ga' !
: country put a damper upon
I i,, ; the commission. Then the outbreal7 defendant. Argued by attorneys and The friezes at the base of the columns and the spandrels above tbe arcbw ; ; office a few days'ago to show ,- -

'. the great European war and motion granted. of the vestibule are the work of the sculptor Bsig PaUglan In enj ; a 34 pound watermelon, just pluck-. p
Insurance company vine and which he was
l Commercial Life from the
'. le citrus canker was discov- style the Palace of Machinery U early Roman.. TIle architect U Clarence
I , vs.,Geo. C. Bronson, for $500 dam- .. to his little daughter, Eulee,
thinstaken' ages, Settled out of court. Ward of Ban Francisco.Legislature. L is with her grandmother, ''in'an-

1 alon that it would u W H. Johns vs. R. A. Reed, for *-- part of the states Mr. Ward said
tried verdict / this melon was one of six grown
tinue the effort to put state on I $295 damages; case ; '
defendant. '.. the vine and all averaging .
rendered for same
San Francisco next Foolish
the
at year.
Lets
Ip map Joker vines\ I ;
K. Sargent of several
The first plan of the commission ,State of Florida vs. Wm. pounds. It wall on.
was to raise some 200,000 and put a I, for owning and operating an little daughter had planted while, "
complete exhibit of Florida products automobile without license. Nol) press Shippers Send Out Poor FruitOne ; home. this summer and the, melon had.
.. as fine flavored as'U they
in at the great fair.: The efforts along ed.State
, of Florida vs. 'John Henry right in season.
this line were abandoned some six or: Plead guilty sentence hundred and twenty-six cart unfit to eat-none of it representativeof Mr. Ward's place is in West KIs-' !i
weeks The second plan wai for larceny. ;
", eight ago. Florida fruit at its best.
than This to 4 months in jail. of grapefruit went out of the state and he says he has never had
$75,000.
to not acid
raise more Last the cent. of per
money was to be used in the construe State of Florida vs. L. B. Drawdy, in the twenty-four hours ending at mitted was year 1.50. per When the green fruit ) killed by frost during the .5M1
the
cultivated
nol he has
tion of a building and the conducting for assault and battery; pressed. noon Saturday and 432 cars of the, law was being amended in the legislature years ., +
et al.) foi ,
Kennedy _
_
which State vs. Roy
of free motion picture theater,
a Florida Citrus
and fruit have left the state since the the Exchange
would show up. all of the products oi costs.larceny; plead guilty, fine $1 railroads began keeping statistics on made its fight for not to exceed 1,60,, 'r i;
the state. but the lawmakers, pushed on by the
for September 15.
Darby, carrying -
The second play seemed to meet State vs. Barney green fruit salesmen, stood out for .
concealed and deadlyweapon; continued Much of unfit
it to eat and
was a
the
and
with more favor, but despite ear 1.75 and the half-colored joker,
nest efforts of the commissioners they great deal of it was sold at pricescut both of them.
for got
State vs. A, J. Outlaw, selling way below the proper figure and
found it to raise the necessary -
impossible
The whiskey In a dry territory; tried and must inevitably return the growersa Last year not enough fruit was SUPERIOR SERVICE ,' n'
funds for the undertaking 1
declare found guilty; sentence 6 months. loss. Yet people are rushing their moving to make it worth while to COURTEOUS TREATMENT
,members of the commission Attorney in Outlaw case filed mot ,fruit to market in the hope of getting gather statistics until October 15, andon dlfa
that they abandoned the undertakingwith :on for new trial, but same was denied -I high prices for the first fruit in the that day but nineteen cars of fruit ., .
extreme regret. I market, not realizing that the great went out of the state, compared with i

State vs J. P. Wilcox, for killing :fruit-consuming centers are still fill- 126 cars that left Saturday. The totalto .? akl

MOVING PICTURES AT game out of season; defendant plead I ed with grapes, apples, pears and that date had not been kept, but it I .
guilty and was fined $20 and costs. !,other northern fruits and are not yet was small. The total to date this yearis
State vs, Lena Mason; case tried ripe for southern fruit, particularlyof 432 cars. Most of it not fit to eat-

E. CHURCH and defendant found not guilty I the sour half-green type that is none of it representative of Florida
M.
GRACE
State vs. Mattie Green; for sell- being sent. fruit at its best.Exchange A
ing whiskey in dry county; tried and'Green Fruit Law Practically) Suspended Ships Little Fruit. A Liberal Education : ;

Dr. Christian F Reisner, pastor oi found not guilty. I i Though it is impossible to make The exchange can do little or noth- w
Grace M. E. Church, of West 140th State vs. A. E. Prescott, for making I comparative statistics of the numberof ing the stem the tide and fears that In Thrift

street, New York, has Just signed a false statement regarding hunting Ii-I cars of grapefruit sent out this the result of it will be sorrow for I nn id
contract with the Box Office Attraction I cense; nol prossed. year and last, it is known that the many growers later in the season. But r it
Co., for the use of Feature Films I State vs. Lucy Davis, for selling movement has been much more rapid ,twenty-five cars of exchange fruit

released! by that company as part of whiskey in a dry county; case nol I this year than last and because of the have bee shipped so far, and they Boys and girls who. save. ,their money'.
the social program of the church for pressed. assault fact that the enforcement of the green come from.the far southern-parts-et -and-deposit' it1n the lank regularly; ,- : ,

the coming_winter, and will give_exclusive -, State vs. Gill continued.Thomas for fruit law has been practically. sus the state, where the season is somewhat will acquire an education in thrift that .
-.0- motion picture entertainment end battery; pended. advanced.-Tampa Times. ..
to the members of his congregation. State vs. Walter Thomas, for selling . Last yea inspectors watched every I will be valuable to them in later years. i
I .
.; Speaking of this feature of the whiskey in a dry county; tried car and saw to it none but fruit that I Why not open an account now with \ 4
}Church work Dr. Reisner said, "I'' and found guilty. Sentence 4 months, I would stand the chemical test was IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS, the Citizens .Bank .of KlssUnme rFa'
'liav."beenper.onally interested in the State vs. Will Smith, for selling sent out of the state. 'I FEVERISH. CONSTIPATED '

:I "movies" from the time it was a din whiskey in a dry county; tried and This ;year State Chemist Rose II I 4% Jrg'EUST'AID ON .
I
'
show. I have i Found guilty. Sentence 4 months. quoted as said that there wasn'ta .
having
grace to enter a picture coated
Mother 1 If t.np.-Ia ,
watched the industry grow and have : State vs. Mosella Thomas, for selling bit of grapefruit in the state that Look cleanse little bowel. with "Callfornla SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
fairly marveled at the wonderful whiskey; tried and acquitted. wouldn't stand the teat on October "
of
Figs
things being achieved. When I enter State vs. A. Smith, fpr selling 1. so loose and all-accommodating has Syrup "

the Riverside Theatre Mr. Fox's palatial *I whiskey; nol pros e4. the test been made by the legislature. -: '
.;4." show Louse on upper Broadway,J Satte vs. A.' Smith for .Selling In consequence little or no effort is Mothers Bin rest easy after giving ,Arthur E. Donegan, P. K. Waver,
devoted exclusively to moving pictures. whiskey tried and found guilty.Johnson -' being mad. to enforce the law either "California Syrup: of Figs," because ins : "j'
} I appreciate the progress that and Garrett, attorney for defendant by the state chemist of by the Flori- few hours all the clogged-up waste, President 'Cashier.

,' has been made but more 0 wonderful ''filed motion for new trial. da Citrus Exchage and the result.bas lour bile and fermenting food gently

"II"", than the elaborate bow houses are Same granted. been that all the speculators and rash moves out of the bowels, and you have*
4,0 the pictures shown. After I saw the State vs. P. E. Morgan, Enoch Al- growers who wanted to grab the early a well, playful child agin.; vjto
,'Will '0 the Wisp "St. Elmo" "The britton C. E. Carlson and Maurice dollar have been rushing poor fruit Sick children needn't be coaxed to
Square Triangler, and "Criminal Goodrich., for killing doe; ca e' nol I to market. Some of them will get bad take this harmless "fruit laxative." '..

Code at the Riverside Theatre I deaided pross d. ly stung Others will make a little, Millions of mothers keep it handy because
{ that they were just the kind of State vs. Arthur Daniels, three cases money but the net result; of their work they know its action on the
subjects my congregation ought to for embezzlement.. Plead guilty in first be- will be to spoil the market for the stomach, liver and bowels is prompt I,

..... case; sentence suspended on good good fruit that is coming for many and sore '
.7 i After these were shown it was havior. Two other cases nol pressed. weeks and to give all Florida fruit Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot-
4'' voted that moving picture entertainments \- a black ..eye."Such tle of "California Syrup of Figs," I The Favorite Store of Kitiimmee 'J,
should be made a regular .o .OOOO OOOOO.O.OOOOOOOOO.4 work is little less than idiotic which contains directions for babies,

[,- feature of the church work! hence the 6 HOW TO USE HERBS. ," said a large grower yesterday. children of all ages and for grown-
*,. contract with the Box Office Com- 0 Mint for meat sauces. 4* Can Ship Most Anything
Moving Picture World. This year the limit on acid in grapefruit
C> for flavoring cakes.
pany. Angelica
I: < :( is 1.75 per cent. In other words
0 Lavender for oil and distilled r'
4 7,561 NATIONAL BANKS. < water. all grapefruit that contains more than UP"S.rpsS.II.BUfOCK TINWARE 1a 1L

J; 0 for sausage aid meat 175 per cent by weight of crystalized I
Na- Sage
7,561
There and
",-\ Washington.- were citric acid is considered immature
i tional Banks in operation in the Unit- dressings. leaves fish unfit to eat. This percentage is high
fennel in
t, ed States at the close of business Sweet 0 enough to l let in almost any sort ofifrapefruit REAL ESTATE

'", yesterday, according to the Septem-of the 0* sauces.Dill, the seeds to flavor pickles. i .but as if this was not ....................... I That Will
: 'r ber report of the comptroller fr leaves boiled as dande- enough the legislature tacked on a r kt
Borage
C i currency. Their authorized capital was > lion or spinach. I itle joker which says that fruit half INSURANCEExamination r
with outstanding cir- shall be considered Be- '
olored ripe.
\ and dressings I r
in
$1,675,684,175 >
f. by bonds amounting Thyme of stuffed.gravies. meats. tween the two clauses it is lawful to of Titles a..
{ t++85,965,673, and secured by other I +9Chives leaves for flavoring I ship pretty nearly any kind of grapefruit f

:. thas,bonds, $326,153,210. The last sum" and salads. i anyone wishes. And it is going'orward WEAR
: ",represents the "emergency currency, I' ..oo.Tarragon suops leaves forgiving fla- too. One hundred and twen- Specialty. T
",r hityd under the Aldrich-Vreeland act. 1 ty-six cars Saturday and 432 cars '
I' and pickles
23 National Banks, vor to vinegar most of it lorresoondence Solicited..
Poring September + Cotianderfennellgpd caraway ,I since the season opened-
stock of $1,960,000, ,
> witha capital + seeds for flavoring Jmiit sirups .
'were, authorized to begin business. + and cakes. Vj : - -

the geneial conductor + Borage, balm and catnip are < i ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. want raiding good tinware .
R.: G. Canova, '
\ has bees. .. ke I ._ .. get 1O '.*r ce.t farla..r ..* ..fevery come
+ useful where
Belt Railroad, has one WO Bri4 ear line very e- T .
.;>F on the Sugar pur- + those having medicinal I ..... O.r UK .. ..t m..C'e ... WILL, NOT' RELEASE THE! AMMONIA' to this store. Don't buy tin.
residence Among ... 1
.r'ft chased the F. S. Ledbetter ,. .. ... .mmmtltr tm reset tcrtlllacra. W. _..... time f.r 4
,r': and was given immediate possession. + value are arnica hops ,catnip, ,*I Agrie.lt.r.l wkleh tae........ere..... _J .d _....._ 7s.s _.....ti... Ask a far a free "
ft This property is located in__the_ addi, + pennyroyal, belladona rue, ;, marshmaitaw{
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of the + horehound, wormwood PHOSPHATE COMPANY a
;- t1 n known as Cape Breeze, one BLOWERS LIME AND "'-
I, residence sections. of + hyssop and peppermint. I do-it's just like throwing i
jL!A\.most promising +-0+000000 0 0 0-+.4400440.........1' DEPT "C," OCALA. FLORIDA. your
i| the city. '
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W'' '. --- money away. We can save you


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:"Didsoa's Lher Tom" Ls Harmless To tore and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod- in our tore and there are hundreds of the best and most useful thugs
fon't Liver Tone. Take a spoonful andif I
_. Clea Your Sluggish Uw It doesn't straighten you right up ,to. select from. All are new goods and sme are recent inventions

lad Bawtls. and make you feel fin. and vigorous, I I ONION SEEDGenuine ,
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If know anything selling that
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( want you to go back to the store and you way you our

by tjgw I Calomel makes you sick. It's get destroying your money.the sale Dodson's of calomel Liver because Tone Teneriffe Grown Bermuda Onion Seed. New crop prices though Jow Will purchase oaly'the.lest sad'finest the"market', : '
'on'lblel Take a dote of the dangerous II '
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>;drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose it is real liver medicine; entirely salivate vegetable new ready for delivery., lb.. afferds. ;H. ,
therefore it not or
k can
}.:a clara Calomel work.la mercury or. qnicksilverwhich'cause. make you sick. White Bermuda -. $2.25 ., ..

1: necrosis of the boa aI I guarantee that one spoonful of DoA- Red Bermuda. ... .' "2.00Cr.tal. .iSK1 PS ABOHT FAVORITErfANES[

Calomel when it eomes into>> eon tact son'e Liver Tone will,put your sluggish Wax Bermuda .. .,. r. 4.50 I ..' ,
elean bowels of *:
'Twlth sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to work and your r
.when feel that awful that sour bile and constipated waste '
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sand "all knocked out," if your yon.feel miserable. I guarantee that :: : OMPANY : r
nr Is.torpid and bowels constipated a bottle' of Doc o.'. Liver Ton .will : KILGORE SEED :: . , ;,; :"1 ..OSceolaHardware Company .p
for'months. .
dtulneta, coated keep.your entire family feelingBM; "
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE' FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 23, If 14.I .

PAGE Co , ;:

v PRISON STRIPES. I,

r? ' Kisaimmee Valley Gazette' : 'Democratic, Ticket. .. s
The ,
t . : I Slaps .and Bp'ngs' I I If (Memphis Commercial Appeal.:)

., IN VALLm? OA2ICTTE UUU.DINd. ; United States' Senator This is an age of mental, emanci
; \1\ I"UBLtnlED, .. 'JeVER,jiSI)4aIEE, FR1hAl., QACEDLA FP'tCBI o.t1N.Tr, FLOItIDA. 'DUNCAN, u. FLETCHER.. patios Old customs and auper'titloQIi4at.
1-.p f wou'ma'a''riaze1te giving to a more graV*; ,.
Did to a friend outside.of..the tate> are fast way i
Representative4th This Is 't !
clous dispensation. especiallynoticeable
l .. .. ..' .. Ow.aa \ \ District ')
\ ,W,'B. HARRISBUBBCRIPTIOX r '" Congressional in the treatment of. criminals.
k-- r -- a..rx! -Vim.-: If not there ii no better time than right now. W. J. SEAR8..ContmUsioners Social offender twentyfiveyears # '
.. .. .__.: ______._.1IlAui . .' ', V -
''?' HATKS! 'On'copy one q ar_--- ..- :: V i < ago were treated less like h\i.I\ ;; :
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f. ..!.410 One COP). three m n h.'t era now: the of Ki -. of AgricultureW. animal In England
On. eop," atx months---------- Quite a number new.face. are to be seen on streets .- McRAE man than the 1
\ .. .-:--',=: =- ,:-. and dis A. dark cell. and the dungeon of aileneei
f. : be simmee. About time to get your .,oom. for rent"sign from the shelf \
.authorised correspondent.'must "
." All eammunlc.tlon., **cpt from our the outside. Justice Supreme Court was still part of the prison system. It

\ p tit"tRl.ordbS.ru not be returned. unless called .for.BnUrcd play it on JOHN C. AVERY. was not until John Galesworthy" wrote j
"Justice .
, T. M. 'SHACKLEFORD his powerful play that parliament a
; really want to rent that vacant want ad revolutionized the ,English "
: PostoflMc In-Klaalmmee, Florid, a* econa-elass mattert ) By-the-way-if you room try a -
( at the cost trifle and Bring quick retult Member Assembly prison system. Today prisoner. are"/
.- -- - - ------ -- in the Gazette. They a sure
\ N. C. BRYAN heated as human being They are ;
t ... FRIDAYOCTOBER,23, 1914. not forced to carry an additional hu. i
\ '._ .____"t u,___.__, --. The fire boys have begged and begged for a meeting room. Up to this time County Assessor miliation with their prison sentence. rye'

it has not !been supplied. It should be. W. I. BARBER The demands of society are such, J'
that violations of the laws of the land \ r-I
Congressmen'I I County TreasurerS. must be punished. Some men and ; ;
s i-I Shining When young men give their spare time .to development along lines of L. LUPFER women, because of their acts of violence ?:
should [bencouraged. And the is hall where those '
public good they starting point a County Tax CollectorC. became a menace to about ;

4 wonders ot the they can meet and discuss ways and means of effectively fighting fires and L. BANDY. them. It is necessaryunder such circumstances 'I'.
Congressmen take\. rank\. with the seven '
Some of our I to i isolate them from their y,
themselves from
( such other problems as may present time to time. \
", world. Supervisor Registration fellow beings The prison receives and
bright thai the _ty of f Washington can light I its C. W. GRIFFIN holds them until the penalty exacted
;' Many of them are so Our local band is improving right along. The boys deserve a lot of creditor hy law is paid aNew .-' ,

avenues without the aid of arc light I Pudding ( the faithful manner in which they hold to the work. And while the word Count r, Commiomoner. District No. 1 I York n : I Whenever theleHpap..r' announce that Congressman is going E. L LESLEY making considerable comment over'1 \
durn side farther. band :
"credit"sounds well a little cash would go a The fund
of I whether not Englishcat
a : to address the House on the paramount question or the fait that wearing{ of stripes onHlaikwcll's ; ;
boosted all Commmftloner District No. 2.
should be by citizens. County .
'
the progressive \
i understand lench. 01 "helhel'aldhead.\ art of more value to como R. V. \NIER! inland has been abandoned

whiskers. always[ supply ourselves with smelling salts .
inanity than pink we :' And while we are on the subject lets not forget the Progressive Club.It County Commissioner: District No.'< 3 onimissionci of Correction Kathenne -
ordeal.
to brace our nefr.u the excitable bears is also working for a greater Kissimmee. It is entirely due to their efforts A. F. B\SS. It Davis thinks. that men paying
1 d" to stimulate out nervous system the for should not
The latest t Congressman'( penult < rime| .
the name of Bowdle--UcpressiiUUte Stanley. L_JBowdle and he hails from I I that our dilapidated dock is going to be made safe for-citizens. Give.a'dollar-- County-Commissioner-District No.-4 ..nHymiooffi hy theit'--el __

t Cincinnati towards the work Progressive Club U. now doing. YOUNG T1ND\II:' ; that they arc beyond the pal ;
.
the town of .
If 4 the more self-respect that is I:
Bowdle is a Piogre" ive.He County Commissioner, District No. :5 the the. decent citi t
If want to help the Progressive Club "do things give dollar to jail more "
-. is he who heat /Nick': Longwoilh, you know, and is said to favor you your FRANK'< WALKER out .. "
( man I will come /t
I and larger either of the following: John Lee Col. F. A Lincoln. W. "B.: Harris, C. F. woman of
the fresh fund, libeial contributions to foreign missions a Katherine! Davis I is a
4 air Uccord- Johnson, Mrs. S. B. Altman Mrs H. C. Stanford Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. E. E. Member. School Board : great I common '<'nst In the depart-
r Circulation of Congressional
He charged that I Wells who constitute the finance committee. W. C. 8\S8 merit of ('oj'in.tiou. jjie has been of invaluable -
Well. Bowdle made "scone"statement the other day WALTER BRONSON:' :' usefulness New York City.

the United State and L.ngland, actuated b) crass motives of financial profits J. S. STRATTON: :-h; ,' is one' of the" most effluent, wom-
formidable which the yellowrace In Europe the Parcels Post carries all such small I freight as shipped by ------ -- ,
alone, have !been equipping Japan with a navy to be found in the Tinted States. Sheen
may in tune use against the Caucasian rdce.tarlhnl II melon, vegetable and citrus growers-and does it at about cost. THE SKIES ARE BRIGHTENING. connoted with this kind of work
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wonderful dl And too'! has !revolutionized, the New York pe-
A \. indictment, A co\ery. so new .
ti. .a It. vxiuldn" I( surprise uy in the .least l. if Bowdle's epocli-making'( ''state There is no icasjpn why a create of egg plant should not go by Parcels Business conditions are growing decidedly Jill nal ml'1I1 system I\nlut just mnmd as the theprison English par-sysI -
Post from Kjstimmee New York for 50 l etter
to cents
1
literature fit to I'
r ment is given a place in American as a companion piece .,. I I tern of I'ngland
The belief that the war will not la,1a" I In old d used to be
t Washington's faiewell address and Lincoln's Gettysburg speech .. for and then handing to the If the government owned the railroads as in Europe and operated its long as. at first thought is bringing Lralld,1, and inn iked! foi life. Later on
Listen to Bowdle: "Pravmg peace weapons hack old confidence.The .
the to the throne We own mail cars taking all the smaller parcels of freight in those mail cars the the pnson' garb' of stupes' was substituted
t other fellow for a profit is likely to impair message mental b..averthat has beer In out federal prisons stripesare
must quit this and Lngland l must quit tins if peace prayers are to avail us." truckers otOsceola county would not* be.. at*the mercy of the express company. exercised. by the people is helpmp no longer worn except as a pun-

"If war with the Orient comes' if the white race must enter A struggle New York says that within 'sixty. ''ishmrnt for insubordination or a deliberate -

with the yellow race a considerable! number of our people will be wipedout However it takes\. a long lime to educate the Amercan people on some days business will lie back upon its infraction of 1 prison rules.
j ncrmal basis If si'If.J icspcct is entirely killed
simple subjects I
ourselves: very
by guns and ships constructed by The market reports herald the increasing within tin walls of prison the offender -
i After reading this much ol Bowdle's ,statement our nund ave way temporarily I .strength of wheat with provisions 1 has nothini) to hope for. There is
We had to be put to bed and stimulants administered His alarming 1 he government funds ale still in the hands of a few favored banks and i lower I 1''no e-sMntial i euson why a man shouldbe

; description of how we are going to be shot to kingdom come by guns and i distressed localities. have had no relief Why not a little of( that money for the Cotton is showing some strength, foiuil to vital I t tlu /el.ia stripes
than could South ? lilt the farmer- are wise in believingthat The more fait that IIP is serving 'the
furnished American business was more we
ships by patriotic men
t I it will I lv t> worth more than 7 stall I sufficient punishment, with-
,t stand. -- puts ''out this additional, humiliation forced.
: Again hear Bowdle: "Mr Carnegie and the steel trust (have profited II'a" the fear of a long war that upon him

chiefly by this situation al which the government has winked"\. II I TimesUnion and Truth' I brought out the feeling; of depression It shows how w e are gradually ad-
If The reverses of the Germans Brought !' 'anl'illir to mOl C sensible and humane
: into being the hope and belief that the method of handling social offenders

Yfi Bowdle apparently is not much of a business man. No. he is not a ahin- The Times-Union has an editorial writer that we admire. He comes was will not last so long 1 I[ Iol'hnipll''n,\ bars .,

ing light in the business woild. He doe not understand our modern business mighty near telling the truth sometimes and a man who can tell the truth Cut of the demoralization of the 1! ;
first. shock of war's results America WOMEN AFTER BALLOT. .
now-a-days and hold his job on a large daily at the same time- deserves a is
ethics.Mr. and the South! particularly rapidly
Carnegie Mr. Schwab Mr. Frick. Mr Morgan and other American I' medal. rallying. I| In a nuinhei, of western states the ;.

gentlemen engaged in ship-building and the steel industry are not concerned Note the following paragraphs clipped from the Times-Union the past Every powerful influence in the nation question of equal suffrage is being v

if a* to who gets ships and guns they manufacture. They make them toe week : is rallying to the aid of the ,I made a par amount issue by the woan't* ''

sell. They are interested only in profits and his Majesty Profits is not a ref English labor leaders say they have nothing to lose by a German in- southern farmer. State and national en. Women make up as much a part tor
for bank. are doing all in their power, I I of life as men. The woman in the home its,; ,
of vasiontheyhope for nothing but food and lodging in return honest
; 'r spector persons or nations. and :
and best of all, the spirit of fear does as. much work as the man in his J 1'
i These American capitalist must keep their shops running- that it absolutely work and that any society will allow them. danger is rapidly passing away, and of endeavor, and J the is entieled1to -T

necessary or profits stop. Hence they sell to anybody and everybody True! the Spirit of the people is that most every privilege a man should have. <<::i7J:

.rb. .fcas the price to pay for the foods-be he heathen Christian white yellow Under the private ownership of the means of life the English working causes for pretext and alarm have ( There should be no taxation without't ,,t;
black. AU looks alike after its tacked in the tilL wouldn't off under German rule than passed end that all conditions--economic representation, nor should there be a V:v
: or fold away class be any worse they now are un- industrial agricultural and double standard of Morals'or bust- I

a-- ij l When Bowdle understands this fact he will understand why patriotism der British rule. otherwise, '. are readjusting themselves ness It i:, billy to declare that woman :l '

never did never will and never can enter into our social system to long as we The same system of exploitation is in force in both countries and the will become defiled if she la given the .'t'?

:.manufacture things "to tell." same wealth and the same poverty dwell side-by-side in London as they The skies are bnghtenin"!-Mon- ballot Such an argument by the antis "vt. .

r ,'r Ofcourse, we' know that such a small thing as economics: never worries do in Berlin. Food and lodging is all the workers get and that only when ticello News. o for is a it strong bhow's card that for if man-made the suffragists politics .,. ;

; .r h Congreuman.s . they can find a job. regardless of whether. the job owner. are English or THIS IS "SEDITION. is as rotten as all\ that jt i is'time

i German. the women 'are given a, hand in. the.
.- A* will) be "e--;; ; rates will blower game, even though few have to become i

: ''I ':; Why Not a Public, Defender |I Of course financial ability does a large part in making a fortune but to northwestern. points. The \ martyr to the contamination.'
after being plunderedby the
something is also. contributed by labor over and above what is. paid in Wabash system However there is no danger.of
into
there could be no accumulation. "High Financiers went a ballot\ tor.tarrinating any good woman.
or
wages hole and the United States Court The woman who would be contaminated .
b The'country in general It just beginning to realize that'heretofore a very As a general proposition the Times-Union denies that there is such -a'' Judge orders the receiver to ask the by the IjJlot is already beyond the Ii.

r' > official of the judiciary has been entirely overlooked i. e.. the Interstate Commerce Commission to I of The
necessary thing as surplus value. It usually contends that when a man makes a fort- : pale ileceno women are as- 6.
Public Defender. The creation of this office last spring by the city of LosAngeles he does it because he has ability. be allowed to increase" their freight much entitled t tc, vote at the men. The -
une superor
rates Hi( lojar Judg,"ship probably inleitsts of the family are' mutual. I
,i" the than amused smiles and condemnation
around little
I, more at time And this theory was true to !some extent in the good old day of Addam is very friendly with the gang that They. balmy.. to neither sex, conse *"
t' of the putting into practice the idea of Some sociological enthusiast but the Smith but unfortunately for the majority of the people INVENTION stepped controls the road. Anyway, he did :qULMtlv both sixes, should I.I .. endow a

i result attained have vindicated the theories of f the original supporters of the in and handed opportunity to those--and only those-who lave the cash not order the receiver to pJosecute: the with the light to vote upon equal .
,
'4 movement and also attracted the attemon\ of every person interested in the to bay he machinery so necessary to produce rapidly in this age of terrific gang of Big Boys that wrecked the ,, teims. One standard for all is justut j
+t road. lie did not order the receiverto and i nthinir more I Let the men infnt
uplift. , competition. For this reason the man born in the family of a laborer has only compel th> rascally robbers to refund -I ; s'.m! .s where the suffrijfc titer:
Los Angeles proved that often the indigent criminal was "more sinned one chalice in 1,000 to ever fet oat of the wafe-earniaf class, while On the their ill-gotten gains to the road. ti > i i i. t I. be decided vote in fivnr oft -

against than sinning" and that in the past many persons, guilty of no greater I other hand the man who has the money to buy machinery and with the ma- Oh, no. That would not be right Let 'nfrnmhLing; tie wonp" If vvrnen 4y

': crime than poverty, had been railroaded to prison, not through any individual -, chinery also secures the ownership of 500 jobs-he is on the road to financial the scoundrels keep the money they ian b< u it' ted 1 in all other1 lines surely
swindled from the road, !but make t the they I b.' trusted with the ballot.
the of the the but due to obsolete r prejudice on part judge trying case an security.. The truth of the matter is money represents opportunity. today. payhigher" rate The Won National .
poor growers :an s WeeklyRECLAIMING
'\ system which provided for the appointing'of a youthful and generally inexperienced Judge must be an able man. Nit-L-: .,.

'. lawyer just out of school to defend the accused. The result was Many families have no home but Mr: Rockefeller is applauded as a Florida Growers; New i MEN FROM CRIME.

": always a foregone conclusion with the young law yet matched against an able philanthropist when he pays half a million to provide an 85,000-acre -------<00--

.and experienced lawyer backed by the machinery of his powerful office and home for birds! We are glad the birds are to have homes-we wish every O OOOO'OOooo.ooeeo New proof of .satisfactory work- .
human family had a home! ing of the probation system is given
the of the ttate. >
'prestige 000 CPRIO'S( FACTS
In this instance will the Times-Union admit that the Rockefeller fortunewas by the figures showing!: the increase of...
The western city has pointed the way. New York is following suit. One O the number of probationers in thy

by one the daily newspapers and weekly and monthly magazines are starting built))because of the superior ability of John D.? OtOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO state from about 2,000 seven year

.i V to advocate the proposition and before long states and municipalities id every We maintain that it was built out of surplus value. However some ad- The popularityeof the' automatic cigar ago to the present total of 10,029.

1 section: of the country will be endorsing and instituting the idea. vantages were given to Rockefeller in the way of rebates and "drawbacks" to lighter han cut down the match Ten thousand first offenders at Ub.I .

Interviews with prosecuting attorneys in various cities show that these him on oil shipped to others. After the fortune had grown large from the exploitation consumption of France bv 413,000 I erty under suspended sentences. and( ''fI
free honest livinR
to and
00 I earn an reclaim -
matches
t ti officials also recognize the neci
r one now In vogue and consensus< of opinion is that the creation of the officeof !. in securing interest on bonds and lately ha been presented by The United States occupies first to exert themselves to that
;
Public Defender will work to the benefit of the community in. general congress, the control of the entire credit of the- country. He did not "make place in the linen trade, taking; more : end as the alternative of imprisonment -

and incidentally be a money saver. his money. It was all given to him--part in privilege and part through the exploitation than half the total exports of linens -are 10,000 good citizens in the
p, i laws. from the United Kingdom.. making. Is there any question that
I of those made helpless through unjust I
they are far more likely to live down
F i I I'f Mexico's foreign trade fell away to their offense and regain their leltI -

: How a Railroad Was Stripped for the extent of $24,000,000 during the I respest under these conditions than
I V 52 Boosts a Year I last six: months of 1913 as compared : after confinement in a cell 1

\ the Benefit of Speculators ... With the same .period. .in 1912.' I Society nowadays exhibts great conr the ,
cern over the "reclamation of
Last Saturday "Newspaper Day in Florida and every booster of the The dairy heard at the Novia Scotia -I criminal" as the best object of prison

rf. land of sunshine and flowers was supposed to mail a copy of his home paperto agricultural college farm, consist i punishment In providing individual 1 1
,! In the news columns of this issue you will find a story of how the Rock !some friend outside the state. ing of pure bred Ayrshire Jerseys : offender with the incentive to work-\ '

:. f' island railroad was "stripped"and how innocent. stockholders were robbed of of readers did this and doubt thousands of and Holsteins averaged nearly 10.. the opportunity it supplies the best
Quite a number our no
x } 100.000000 by eastern speculators. 000 pounds of milk to each cow dur- : method of accomplishing that desiredresult.New
were mailed from all points in the state to people who still believe '
1913.
papers
The Vii different others told of in the the fact that ing York World. a
only .
j ,," story to past in .
a Florida to be a land of alligators and mosquitoes. -- -
r B- F. Yoakum, one of the ablest railroad men in the' nation come out flat,--Sending out-copitrof Floridrnewipaperriirthc kind of missionary work At their bent salmon can jump at 1 WHAT is ?SEARCH us. .$
f footed for of railoads. feet above the surface,
government ownership leaest ten a
that counts- If the truth about Florida could be told to the thousands who are *
feat achieved" by slapping the water The Miami Herald the Ktasimmea
\ Mr. Yoakum's if the of
According testimony Water wa squeezed out
struggling to live in the highly centralized industrial centers of the north and with the powerful tail and flexing the I Valley Gazette the Ocala Banner and ,,i
the roads and the one-half of the from all tliel "
government got only profits west. Florida would have all the settlers needed inside of one year. body til the head and tail almost the Estero Eagle are debating on the (

l railroads the sum would be great enough to enable the United States to abolish I' To get the facts before the people Is the big problem and there is no bet- meet subject. "What is Money?" Money is, ;i 1
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direct taxes. in alf forms in the stales and territories and have enough left to I of course a token of value, whether ;
the national <. ter way than to send them copies of the home paper regularly.The A submerged island recently discovered it takes the form of a standard coin c\ '.
run government. truth about Florida is a big Story. It can't be told in one issue. It in the sea bed near Lemnosin or a printed ndte. And as value cannot (: ,
And Yoakum knows. He's been there. His not idle theory.
opinions are can be told-in fifty two issues. the Greek archipelago has been be created by the stamping or print- ;\
And when we recall the fact'that the dear pcjpul are now paying interest identified as the Island of Chryssis nr. "fiat" money ia not a token of real r. '':;

_ on twelve thousand million of dollars of over capitalization (water) in American ...which according" to Pausanias, was value. To,find true value we must go :.'"
(railroads do you -wonder-at Mr; Yoakum's'statement. THE RIGHT IDEA. NEED FUNDS. sunk a* the result of volcanic action behind all\ form of money even gold r )
.- about 200 years before the Christianera. coinage, a* gold itself does not have'a r
But because lot of Wall Street speculator useless parasites--are allowed #
a *- 1
> will ,
value. And it ,
uniform' absolute'
to fleece their innocent victims and because they are allowed Juggle Rate anhigh ouch now They While reports that success U habit . be difficult to find anything that

railroad .stock*,and bondfor; :theirown;, selfish ends-w.lh: *.people-:all of' ran lowered If the finances of the I met in the eradication of the CILniCanker There is in Western Australia afence has very a perpetually fixed value on which J,, !I
\ railroads rteie properly handled. Mil the danger is not. *rer by any said to be the. in Bat then'
16 us-mutt pay a doable rate for'seme which at best i ia poor.. } longest' theWorleL to base a stable currency.: ,
Because of this .w.ter..our.JocaI forted prohibitive lions)' ;of dollar are -.rute4 J annually .........?W. bop the, citrus) groWenarassapportingthe' It was made necessary by the .i that on which we can base a satlefyineyat.m '
of of the
grower-are to'pay stock certificates
The many tendencies To'make
of rabbits.
devastating The that of credit..
,freight''aad rates Because of thi "watei.** .$ must advanced: roads are nothioff mdr thaa chip hi League, loyally oC
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;express ,, ,. Ln1tAsozk.tlt. need' fund*'to 'figfctftnr fence extends from the temperate region money .expression of the credit.
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,yearly.a.d-iotaothujxeuaat: tft.aatL&t.!;thftWds{ mast e ro('dividends.. hithe'MVrater a big poker name;: CntOxlsjaBvMuagoat di.easepartkalariy a dangerous into the tropic It is twelve the country .U about the best w* can, 1''

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l ...c'. .......... 'whleh.provea : bower..... you cannot dismiss me by word. I am ,going to take her' in.bi* arms and Ids "The' mon'1.fir.t. W*" don't. ire any '

tlO.OOO Fait' tOO WORDS to ho .barrea'.1 reoolta.Copyright legally in control here. I am sorry, that; I her., It might be a new. sensation to I better than'you do.; Fork .over. You'llhavo .A KISSIMMEE MAN'SEXPERIENCE .
of; The Million Collar Mystery have made me recall this fact to kiss I to trust Wa, have for .
I :' itory= will run for twenty-one con. ( ) attar By Harold WacQrath;) you .' Susan always so prim and offls'n. us. no use I
tfcutlv. weeks In this paper., By you. Corey street--that had been her direction the girl once we get the cash", .
t r; a h arranrement With the Tan. CHAPTER XV*\ Florence began to cry softly.. They had put Florence in a "And you'll never touch a penny l' ,

i', b lade u..r possible Film company not only It has to. been read Another :Trap Set. "I am sorry, very sorry" laid the \motor boat at the foot of Corey street. of it,. you blackguar.d! cried Nor. '
i but .ho butler, torn between the desire to comfort lie was perhaps half an hour behind. ton from the doorway. II.
tI\ iiv story In this paper toe If the truth is to be told Jones .
\ was "
? It each week at the Oraystonvpavlno. her and the law he )bad laid down Florence never opened her lip. She The'agent turned to behold the reporter -
(\ For the solution of thlv deeply chagrined over the outcome of; for hhnself "It is gloomy '''Results' Tell Tale t
$10.000 will b. the counterfeit deal aa Braine. ; very today stared ahead proudly. She would chow and the girl. II.did not stop to The
y.tery story was
.J' 'and perhaps we are all little depressed these ask but bolted. He .
elven. They had both failed *?ignally to reach scoundrels that she was her questions, never got i I'4:,
: "
,\ ; CONDITIONS OOVF.RNINd THE the goal sought. But this time the by It. I am orry. father' daughter. They plied her with beyond the door, hqwever.
1'' CONTEST. fumigation: had broken even with or! "0, I realize Jones, that all this questions, but she pretended not to "Always the small fry" sighed Can you doubt the ''evidence 0';,this,

,, ., The prize of tlO.OOO will be won Jones and this fact disturbed the but unending mystery and secrecy have a hear Jones. "And if I could have put my Klssimmee citizen l : 4'.i\\
by the man woman or child who set at back. Only it doe just hands the I'd have t
"Well bird we'll make on given
purpose I pretty ,, you money
. wrltev the most acceptable solution ler. It might signify that the turning You can verify Kiasimmee'ehdorse-1 E 1
d
if I should mad sometimes it him! Ah it do .
of the mystery, from which seem as go speak when the time come We'vegjot to girl doesn't any
..i point had been reached, and that in >I'" '
-.. the last two reels of motion picture the future the luck with waiting and wondering." you this trip where we want you. good to talk to you does it?" ment. Read this:
might
. drama will be made and the good swing "And If the truth must be told it There "But told he and :
last two chapters of the tory over to the side of the Black Hun I won't be any jumping overboardthis they me' was dying 'z. W';, Bass, contractor storekeeper
written by Harold MaeOrath. dred. Jones redoubled his cautions, re is the same with me. We have to wait session believe me. We've wasted Jones shrugged.To Clyde and Hughey',streets, .,;

1 Solution. may be sent to the iterated hi warnings, and slept less for them to strike Shall I get you enough time. We've got you and.we're ( be 'continued.) Klssimmea, says: "My hack 'was so 11\

; Tanhou..r Film corporation, eitherat than ?Indeed he went over something new to read? I am going going to keep you." . I la.me I could hardly get around.. I y';
ever. aa 1
Chleaco>> or
:" :; up to Idnrbt.T'1al anytime 14. the ground he conceded a point to the down to the drug store and they havea "Let her be," said Vroon morsely. OPPORTUNITY DESCRIBED. . cOuldn't .toop'o lift without having ,

They mast bear poitofflce mark Black Hundred. He would longerbe simulating library." I"Well put all the question we wish '" sever pains and.at night I wssnt '

allowv not later four than weeks that after date the This Brit able to keep tab on the no organiza "Get me anything you pleara. But when we're at our Destination., And Once there stood on a,. public highway able' to' get In any position that waacomfortabeMykldn : .,.,

appearance of the la.t film re- tion. They had deserted their former I'd feel better with a little sunshine." I he nodded significantly toward the in Greece a statue: The statue ) .yLj eraw at.; ..;

. {eaves and .tbr.. weeks after the .absolutely The .agent of :"That's universal. replied _Jones; ships-riding-at anchor .hewn--marble; and-it- -hai-:-thepower and the I kidney secretions passed from -!

fort aat ear, chapter In which la_.yubllah.dJnthtsbrea to submit ..olu.n. whom quarter they had leased the building- goTngTnto the hall for his hat Florence felt her heart sink,in spite''of : of speech. The story has it thata six to eight times during the j light., .;.-
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.. knew nothing except, thathe' 'weald- __Hadth _JtelephQnjBrung again at '; her abundant courage. Were they foot traveler addressed the .statue The secretions also, contained ..edUiment : ;:l

3 ... board of three ludrev will have to repair the place. The rent had that moment it is quite probable that 'going to take her to sea again-? She thus: I used liniments and plasters

(termlne which Is of the-ike moat many. aoluina been paid a year in advance, as it has the day would have come to a close had acquired a horror of the sea; so: Oh, statue, what Is thy n.meT" but cot no relief."1 finally read, of' }..

I tak n Tb.jud ' of this board been these last eight years. He had as the daft before had, monotoualy. |'big so terrible, eo strong: She had "I 'am called Opportunity," it an Doan Kidney Pill and got a box.:; "e
will be absolute and Anal. ..Nothing dealt through an attorney who knewno But the ring came five minute after -I bad an experinece with its_sullen pow swered. .. Less than this one l.A box took the lama' i
of a literary nature will be Jones had left the house. They had about four miles and out of back and
considered In the decision, nora more of his clients than the agent. er. gone "Who made thee?" I ness soreness my
!- any preference In the .election So it will be seen that Jones had in "Is this the Hargreave place? when she looked back longingly toward atop my: retting up night. I still
of tbe winner of the tlO.OOe reality received a "heck. "Yes," said Florence. "Who Is it? : shore. Something white seemed "Lysippus was my master. '. Kidney Pill.'occasionally t

will prise.rive The the last most two acceptable reel, which solution More than all this, it would give "This is Miss Hargreave talking" to be spinning over the water far be. "Why are thou standing on tny and they act a. a tonic to my' system.

to the mystery will be prevented his enemies renewed confidence; and "Yes.." hind. At first' she could not discern toes?" You may continue to publish my: form-'

In the theater It Is having practical this to this was a deeper menacethan he "This I III Dr. Morse. I am at the i(what it was. As she watched it it, 'To show that. I stay but a. mo. e endorsement.u -u -...., .: _L _

feature produce aa same.soon aa The story corresponding cared to face. But he went about his Queen hotel. Mr. Norton has been I grew and grew. It finally emerged ment." Price oOc<< at all dealer'*Don't (imply

.- -- to these motion picture affairs as usual giving no hint to anyone badly hurt and he wants you and Mr. (from the illusion of a gigantic bird "Why hast thou wings to thy feet?" ask for a'! kidney '.....m.t.. ,

will appear, or In as the soon newspapers after tae colncldentally appearance - of the mental turmoil which had Jones to come at once. We cannot tell {into the actuality of an everyday hy- "To show how quickly I pass." Doan' Kidney Pills-.JJie lame that

of the pictures as prac possession of him. just how serious the injury is. He is droplane. Her heart gave a great "But why is thy hair so long on Mr. Bass had. Foster-MUburn, Co.,

tical. With the last two reels will It is needless to state that Norton just Conscious. Shall I tell him you i bound. This flying machine was com- thy forehead?" Props, Buffalo.. N. Y. a
of the winner
the "
be shown picture. toward launch it did
the
hi. or her home and other interesting did not scoop his rivals on the coun- will come Immediately ; feature. It I. understood "Yes !" :I i not deviate a hair's breadth from the TwaF 1
terfeit story. But he set to work exploring yes meet me. The latest' type "of deitructIv :
that the In newvpapers.printing the eo last far the cellar of the gutted build Florence snapped the receiver on ,' line. Fortunately the men were looking "Why is thy head so bald?" vessel I* the Russian submarine eruiaer .>' y
practical
as two chapters of the story by Harold I ing and in one corner he found a the hook. She wanted to fly fly. He toward a huge freighter a quarter "To show that when I have once which has more than-six time the

:McOrath. will also show a picture battered d'e.; He turned this over to was hurt. How when, where i. of a mile farther on, and from passed I cannot be caught." tonnage of the next largest submer. '
successful contestant. it evident that that
of the "Su Sunsan! she called. their talk was
Solutions must the secret service men. There was one an Is not this a wonderful description cible. It I i. virtually! an underwater. ,
not be more trhe1O'li'y words long. I man he wanted to find-Vroon. This "What !is it, Florence?" asked Susan freighter was to be her prison-bound of OpportuMty torpedo, dreadnought. a
Here are some question to be into the room. I for where? Nearer and nearer came .
man could he find him 'should be running I ,. '__ .
kept In mind In connection .ith is badly hurt. He wants me the hydroplane. Was it for her? ;
the "Jim
made to lead him, Norton to new ,
solution
the mystery a* an aid to a '
I at O, I've been It was impossible for the men not .
: stronghold. It was the try- to come once. Susan .. .
No. 1-What ....eo.e. of tbeMIlllevalreT ing to trap Braine by shadowing him. dreading something all day long. I, to take notice of the barking of the ,", - f' r J -.1. I
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No. a-What beroaiea of the He desired Braine to believe that his Florence struck the maid's bell "My engines at last.

.. ash J escape from the freighter had been a wraps. You will go with me, Susan. "The thing is heading for us!" U. C. V. Reunion
No.aeerrrf. _" ... den irioreaee. bit of wild luck and not a preconceivedplan. '"Where Miss Florence?" asked the Vroon stared under his palm. It was

No. 4-.What become of tke Now Braine was out of reach for the maid, alive to her duty. not credible that pursuit had taken .. ,.
.1.. _..._, present so he began the search for "Where what is that to yo. demanded place so quickly. ouder man-

Nobody connected either directly the man Vroon. He haunted the water Florence, who did not know bird he abruptly changer the course 1

or Indirectly with "The Million front saloon for a week without suc- that this maid was a detective. of the launch. The hydroplane veered "
Dollar Mystery" wll be consideredas Lakeland October 28-30
wait Jones ;
till Mr.
re-
._; a contestant.TItOPBIfl cess. "Why not its course to suit. ,
He'did not know that it was the po- turns?" she suggested patiently. Florence heard her name called
:1 low "And let the man I love die" ve- faintly. One of the men drew his revolver '
Black Hundred to lay
OF PREVIOUS CHAPTER icy foria of month the after a raid of such a serious : hemently."At but Vroon knocked it out of Low Rate Excursion Tickets
Staaley Harcreave. aalllloaalre* aftervalraealoaa will leave word where
w least you his hand. .
; a eeeave freae tbe dea ef the character. So the Hargreave I .
,... ;{, armwr .< brllllnt ........ hmewa .. .bfelaek had thirty days of peace; always you are going Miss Florence. "There" the police boat you fool!I" ;" "'"
} ,'" H..... .. live I however.
..1.1.*.'_. -.... Harareavoowe watched 111 Come the Will be Sold ; : ; '
I.. ala-ht oaten p Broadway: rest".- never relaxed his vigilance in that part another" word ,discharge. you. j jSusan. flung herself into water Octoberr26-27-28-29; ,;

;1'4 rut and there eoaaev face to face wit of the He did not care to lose without the slightest hesitation.All J
\/ Ibe ...a'a __. Brat_ game. There happened to be a taxicab conveniently : ; thia-came about something afthi -
= .1.f.. .Aftor the _"-., ......; -whleheither sight of Jonas whom h. was positivewas Vrpon took care arrived at ': 'Limif'Nd\/eft1b"
- near (as fashion. When Norton With Final 2MAi
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,
,
if the
:.\. avaareBtlr ie *aatao* the really for fight slightest I r
'11 '...... H...*....". harries to hlv aaacBiaoeat opportunity offered itself. there should be), and Florence at onceengaged I j the :foot of Corey street' a boatman
p--, ,;, River.... mmmtm sad laye ...- it. She did not see the man informed him that young woman of -
..' \ (} for ablag ate -.. tee-. tbo...ace....* Norton went back to the primrose hiding in the bushe The his de.eriptionhad'' gotten into a fast 'i, i"t "h1
.
..' 1r7W watts a letter sometimes he woud two''ovntr-I '
.,/ oekool paths of love; and stepped J into the boat and had down the ( +?
I. New wbero oJcatoewroaro women motor gone ; ; :
t' bo<... he = aystoriovalr toftOB forget! all about such a thing a* the I were driven off. They had been gone river., .'_ : { oas t t'b)

.'!$( .,. 17.w.the eooratea. Be hla aloe baby. .._a bto viol.. Black Hundred. So the rammer day less than five minute when Jones returned "Wa there any .struggle?" 01.

\: ';.., .. the haacar of s ......eYU aya aviator.Cray. went by, with the lilacs and home.the roses But with his purchase, to find the "Struggle? None that J could aee.She'didn't . _- w d ..-,) s.1" ""tt} ,,,,,," ,,. :,.,. 'tale "

:hj '1- at.l.. s.d las.ber. of hlv haad' BBV- embowering tbe Hargreave )house empty of it* most valuable asset. 'make. 'no ,fuse. about. going. ..STANDAkb.JtAU.ROAD OF THE SOUTH. *" I
.
( Neal Harmo..vW hoaao at Bleat bat Norton took note of the fact that Forena H.'-wa -turiou.;'not.only at the ."" -. <-'. ...

.aatald. they* aeo eater c .tho bollooa buses leave tho the....roof.Tho ..... wa no longer. the light hearted maid,r who, be :realized,:!waa'virtuallyhelpless "Have you. ? a launch" "<. A. W. FRITOT. D. P'A.. J. C.JORKLAND.: : ; D. P. A.. .... I

I .... Sv. teed e.ptr+the aUlUoawhleh school girl he had first met. Her trial.. but at hi. own negligence.. i"Yes' but the other boat:baa half' 1 138 Weat &y Street "rHifsbollotel; ; .
i ..... ' serious of- .her ,
MavvrveBvo was t have had: made a woman :In the midst of his violent harangue hour'' .tort.and I'd never catch
arawa that ... Them aaaav OBO '' an 'the an 1 Jacluooville.. Fla. Tampa FKTV ;
ay and perhaps:this. phase;was .
In his bone he knew there'sI t
I; .tarod___aad lbs dropptd"' 1_... had tho base..tt..r Nee. more enchanting to him, who had' bit the what bell wa Bounded.going to be found there. It ,her hydroplane in av thousand a little years.above But here. You ,9. 'I( nx\ , . .... ," _. ._ ..:..........

tho aea.F1oreB.ee. serious side alao. Her young mind waa back of which wa it."
1"8." f. arrive *roa ... sirlasekul. like an Italian garden, always 'open- was a letter on the black mask. With I'might interest the. feller, that run ,11 ......... 'k.d ... nr.wi-. ."..-../AC .... .. -wo..+. .. ",
dranwn the fatal -Thank!1"
'; _._ Olaa. Bralae>a. __ .
M I,. paalea, visit" cud elalaaa .. .. a relatlv ing new vista for his admiring gaze. baking finger he tore open the envelope But the aviator would not listen .
r': *. Twp hoBoa deteetlvev eall. bat He went about hi* work the same and read the contents: "Flor- "A life hang in the balance, ;
to III....... playing detective may . . ... 1f
c.' ;Ip their Blot vaaa. 'foiled by a aewapaper as of old, interviewing ence is now in our power. Only the man!" expestulated Norton longing to "

fattening envelope by surrender of the million will save her. !i'pommel the stubborn man.
I By hriMaat the eaptata of the OrleatMortoa I Sunday edition and
t. layv trap for _J.. cud hla specials to the Our agent will call in an hour for anan.wer "What proof have I of that?"
;,l a._. PHaeeaa Olara ales vlalta the come of the lighter magazines. Sometimes Norton showed his card and badge. f
Orient** .....1. sad she eerily fall he had dreams of writ- '
.I pi 1( late .... reporter, ....... The plan vague and tre- "THE BLACK HAND. "0, I see," Jeered the aviator "A le
I prove* abortive throach Br.I..'. .... J ing a pay, a novel making a As a matter of fact they had want- little newepaper stunt in which i am e BB .v4 l .
; f't _.. and oaly blrellaa-a fall late the mendous fortune like that chap Man- Jones almost as badly as Florence, .to be the .goat. It cant be done Mr. 1Y '.e

9 f.i"5 haadv ef the police.i | ders, who only a few years ago had but the desire for a book-some popular Norton it can't be done."
i-' After. dues la their Srat ."".P'. I been his desk mate. He really began saved him ; "
!f j the Black II..... trap F.r.) ..... 1 hey but that story'of the day-had "A hundred dollars!
i .r. .... her for .....7. bat abe ._.P"., I 1 i the first chapter of a novel; from the net. The letter had been "Not for five hundred and the aviator -
.
<:\( aaala felllaatheaa.. has nothing to do with this liistory.I written against this possibilityy. caltously turned away toward

:r' Nortoa aad the 0/0.' .'... pall o. FlorJj I I Already then. The chess are once Jones became cool, now that 'ne with whom he had ,
the
woman Ov
) eaee the next day, one. ..1'. _t. at the board and it is the move young
..... The TI...... .."I.1f Boar. JeaeaK ,I more on, knew just what danger to face. The ]been Conversing prior to Norton'. ao- .to..,. 'ii''
naves. a smiles of ....rl... and freaa of the Black Hundred. Queen hotel meant nothing. Florence I proach. The two walked a dozen yards
*' a cavity takes a bozo 1'uraued by i I The day was lather cloudy. Jones would not be taken there. He called
,
l aaeBibera of the Black ... be He could hear away.
ffraahev. to the water treat ..01 aurreeda viewed the sky wearily. cheeriest, up Norton. It took all the butler's patience Norton had not served twelve yearsas ;ti I M k'

;. .la dropplav the box I... the ..... i Florence playing rather a however as it required seven a metropolitan newspaper man for WII
,}' Bralae e........... eke I"... of .-1.-1.*; | nocturne by Chopin. Fourteen weeks different falls to local the reporter. nothing. He approached thejnachanics
..
whla Floreape 'I and all
i a eoaehlajr partto warfare had begun
...... ago this Meantime the taxicab containing who about the ma
;, 1. \ ... Jones aad Nor'" both BO he and those were puttering
; accomplished
4 >1SJalVB. cud are furtaaately oa bead topave he had Florence and Susan spun madly toward chine.
.
Flareaee. froai ....1.. iBiprlaoaed 1! with him was the death or incarcera- the water front. Here the tyvo' "How about twenty apiece" he be'
...... ..
members
'/' \ the eoaatry to wbleh abe few inconsequent of '
fila I...... I tion of a were separated by an effective threat. : gan.
t ; Floreaeo .... horaebarb rldlaB sad. the Black Hundred. Always they Florence recognized the man Vroon "For what" the men asked.
off.
captured by oar of Dralae-a men struck and always he had to ward for
and knew that to plead mercy "For sending that paddle around a
N' ..mm. the are roadalde.........., .Nortoa however reoeaeo sad ber.t the He had always been on the defensive last ; would be a waste of time. She per- few times." I
.1.. aaaho their eoaaplete escape only and a defensive fighter may a mitted herself to be led to a waiting "Get up into that seat, but don't
after Nortoa baa explodede. a tire o. long while but he seldom wins;, and when she disobeyed of
launch. of those levers one I
touch
Always
.. .
.. any
.1. with win
,; the fart approaehla* a knew that they must
ballet.Ceaateaa. the butler couldbe Jones something like this happened.But .them warned. "Twenty is twenty
r 01... aeheaalav to break theeaaaceBleat or go down in bitter end; there him of this time they had cunningly 'I Jack and the boss is a sorehead today Yes-Sometimes It Is-But Look

"t BOW exIatlaB betweeaFlereaee no draw. It all reminded struck at her heart and all thought of her shove for the fun
..... 1.i anyhow. Give a
Ilarvrreave sad N. where
,
;, man knew .
; vitro theaa both to her apartaaeata aadKeteada thunderbolts; one her personal safety became a* nothing. of it"It Out When The Comes
Bump"
6 to faint la the reperter'a. ... they were going to strike. For the present she knew that she was was a dumbfounded aviator who :
appeara la ... doorway rest The telephone rang; at the same She
,. ; at the plaaaed _..".', and mm m .....1.jl left the piano. She I in no actual physical danger. saw his hydroplane skim the water
jl .Vjlrea Nertea back bin rtavAeeoaiplleeo moment at Florence the threshold. was merely to be held at a hostage. and a moment later sail into the air. A ma* may Ie oa quit* a wkfle pendiaf every JaDar ke vase }.
of Brain aaeeeed la kidypplag stopped have mentality enoughto '
Susan
.. ;. Flereaee. while ahe la ahopplavrad "Hello! You? Where have you-been Would tell Jines where the taxicab had These die' swift first caliber moving is days supposed a reporterof to be a* roes, or even before k. gets it-. and, bare. a treat time dole, It,

\:.p' harry her off. .. ..... 1'1.' .... re- I What has happened?" stopped She doubted. In an emergency -, able to railroad engines submarines but eventually "...,.." will kew. .'
JiI' "* _1".1.. .* later laforailBB .1.1'' asked Florence, stepping run
!nthathe girl had leaped late ..... sea "Who is it l' Susan had proved flerself\ a flying machines conduct a war;
./J.1" ", t .ad beea drowaed.Kloreaee I I I forward. andFlorence nonenity, a- bundle of hysterical' able to shoot, walk run swim fight, The "raiay da," t* bound to come sear or later, ....* tke

'L ; by a la party picked of HP flabrraiea.la a daard e.ItJ The'iadltloa I I I Jones held up a warning hand, thrills. "I think go without food like a python, mu-tp.Bt dune aad dollars would coat late Bdgkty. geed play. ,

;' I Klark Haadrrd locate her led Braldlacalaed ... i paused. 01! As a matter of fact, for and live without water like a camel. '
"Yes, yes; I hear perfectly. happily Tke time to throw eff the .& habit b v:
aa her father ucrerdetahlav 11 w I en e'* deductions were Norton had flown many times duringthe .. new-

loreace. her oeta back are .to. sea tbe boat with aad at.la. : You've been? Good working, good I out But their be very new wrong. When the chauffeur peremp- last four years. At the momenthe start by deperitiac just a litde each week bi dais bank, rand

.J I' ....led by a ahlp oa which Norton baa ; quarters sir. One never knows what torily deposited Susan on the lonely called out to Florence to Jump he ... kew. muck mere comfortable aid ...tlepftcleat -
._ careful: several miles from all the
road
.b.aalaled.N.rl. country to the water with
,,' .. and ...1.1'....... aafcly aahoreaad may happen. They have been quiet c.n'twork for home abe ran hot-foot to the nearest l skill dropped of an old timer and took her yea wifl feel a* the habit grows.. sad Peer. ...0....
with leaver avy aalaaaderataadIBB . Ahl You '
BO '
','Ii '* betweea theai. take the trala for some time. this timer . telephone and sent a very concise message aboard. And he could not use a line .altiply.STATE>> !

t "J, ..... The trala la wrecked and waltlavr the ceiling air home. Susan was becoming acclimated of this exploit lor his paper!!.
u of the Black Hundredi Window over the way. Very !good, .
.p vaeaihera to this strange exciting ex- S e e a o o e e e e
Floreace .. a ._rtN. "
the flared careful.
[ 4h ? carry.... ...... who tries to. .._. But be Florence's istence. Jones be.rd-the belL It was the BANK ; OFEISSIMMEE
i'N! .. la tied .. tbe railroad ......... The; word "sir" caught Norton arrived in due time, and be agent from the Black Hundred. He .
_._. aaveo . and sully Joan attention. She ran to Jonea and seized out plan ."
........ ., both.Tho . and Jones were reaping a smiled jauntily. '
'e.re. to Iks .
\ (, Blaek JI....... recover the boa him by the arm cried he "Good girl!". said Jone "She'' ",Web old' fox weV cornered you '

,,,._dropped la ... _.. By a .1_. "Who was that? ha as Can you handle this alone, at last, haven't we? I .want that ; \ ,
r .' er iraav'WoetoB,,aad Joaeo cearala It. turned away from the telehpone. Norton They want me out of the '. take ,
daughter '
HaT1fTeS. .
... money, or .
Owing t. fallfaaT off of ooatrlbatloaa ., t

.., I ..,. ... parent........._aalaatloB la "You"Whyf'said 'sir.. ". house again, for well I. a believe Florence they wereafter Half another sea .voyage and this time million she .. Caital1t k.\ .. .. .._. .. .......,:,1 ... ....... ..'j_, _.$100.""...."...,
sad A ; .
i Ravvla.aa aceat aaoBvaoathV' widened. '1 did?" me a* ,; will not jump overboard. .... .' '

.teo-d.rahlp.. ..._ 'of Haadrod-TaroaBh the AaaerlMB branch. Jone and eyes its the first tim.I.r an'. boor tone!" _ *-.*a-: and no more"nOIlMDM."'- t .. -..........J.'t.-r'.... .. .,;;,w..__..;,...:;._. ..."..... 4.a.,..,000.00 ",..
.
"Ye ,
.f -Trurtiner cried Norton. .. "Glva mo fifteen minutes to decide"begged "r. .: t. .... -.N-. -' .,
..... ,
of eoaateoa lbs Bjrwta th. telephone. S -
_lalTvaov it W . dOtlnr ,
heard .
w 'hi auteIt'wa.. "
'
you to
less tJbaraBa-hly. ...........-anise I" And ba ran out Jon hoping against hope.] ,' '
rer* talking toe ny/athar : and Dinden. .
Jones shouted .
.you wild rid. Several policemen cediir : !
ii '.._ .hlv.own lplan. pendiogrea.-' ,' ?,Mlle Floren ,'do'not ask a < eii-* : :.bllshoe.a'WkatlGis ........ ". .. ., '
-.... trlladi.g..-- :Pleaee, after him \but he want e.r onmindf aV I.Then w* cast'do' ;'i :' .
. ' "' '. .If .iI qnertion*. ;,1"'cannot ,answer tdlild'takk 1. A.: .. HtudllL:/ fevta'l: 1": '
'; :: I me any ; They blf Uc n* ritumbe* ft iBivor kaewhig-yoa .Fff. { .ti.v $ t
W-u ............ at over* say : I cIa.N"If-. ;' ,f> ",' .:' t'r:*. > hundred -time: *'for all ,be.. and.- S4i to .be p'.PAck-ol-1JahT"'UrillC'JIJaa': .. 'c .#. t.K V.P: \ -t
TZ. ;t: .
., aratN eed.sVe.5 estwklbaitwbod command J .
vss. if X should upon the
Bat could wait ;
-t. .
: had bar They .
__.L_.. Sa> 1M low ta see they got Florence back and the money 1* your* V,' t' '"
1N .. sets,Ide.. ........ '.. the beer.of li'Of divmiaalt"oldly.'' and? !Jollatap till their, _.my'. virflanea' aUekaaed War.;tired of fighting." .Aa. indeed rf ROMA'THOMA3, 'CaafcW /J
.. the...1stkyi. .. "e ,*Ah.MiM"FloT' i c tad/then would strike But Suaan! Jone Ao strain had beenTAfltfoy' .. . "'.A. <
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pse lt.enwlts. is. nld w ... .hiapocket"yon'Yargot1tkat Tba,past tim.--aaw-Sa ..-.1.-wr. weekL"+ w r !"'" '"* (V, BWtjjflU n ,;;

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__ ITi TITiTiTrnrmri. 11 ITTI rn i_trr, iri .*f t t.- ; ;""- ; : 0-- .. OTIc.-e IR.'I'KJWTItULTO"IC'M'I: RITII1O'! : ..:.".w r.i .NOTICE
- I. FOR
't" 1 WHITTIERASSOCIATIONocal 4. DEATnSIj that t----
: : the were selected
Notice I Ii hereby given names to
j Notes : delegates attending the Bap. '.c . II.relJned Intend to apply to the 00"1'-Tue n In.p..ctore>wlnll' and; clerks of .1.0.

Society association at Whjttier this week ..00.0000..0..0..0. nor pt tbe State 0' "Iorldaon 1514 for I..u.reI lion to be held In the VariouS districts'
November. A. D.
I Were: .Dr. A. J. Holt,,'Rev.. E."A., Milton Marshall: patent day. Novpmb.r 01'1 the 11th.fuIIutfltC' propos, I: on the 3rd da;: of .

J, W. Wilder, J. N. Gardiner, C. William Marshall, of Apopka. died lh"r"r inn. I"

: (Maths Boll Harris, Editor.) I A.: Carson Jr., H. R, May, Mrs. H. .Saturday October' 17, at the home of I. o E.It. I.n... LE..LEY.:MAI.LO". ?. ,', 1..1.... Na. 1.It. .

M. Breaker and Mrs. W H. Jones. Thepal.ty Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Green, In this city JUEWIS UBKYN. i!I I ",. letk W: 0.,1Jankin.' .

Reqiest i made to all patrons of tie Valley Gazette to lead item*' motored down to Whittier early Death was due ,to Bright disease.Mr. I .'ROI'O.I'O ('11 "H'I BH OK W. "uui'..1.0''LJ'IIL..a '."'-" }. E. Lupf'r and H N. Bratto.Jn.pllO.. ...
Wednesday morning and are expected Marshall was forty-five years et 11.t lore.

of society events to jtlie Editor for publication: in these columns home some time today (Fri old and a bachelor. He had resided at I pmUforRH .i.t x 0. 2. -

day). Apopka since childhood, coming here AR1'ICL.1 uf Ihis: "" 'I,," '..( ..h..lI :: llnm....n. l'l..rkj KH. Titter.

. . . . . . . . .. . . . I Meetings of the association were but recently to be with his sister, Mrs. ; be The MALLAJY-LlSLE name ;: y CATTLI. "0\1-: .]. B. Woodnll and W L. KosUy, In-.
I
., .... . '- Ifs isis.MOTIIEJtS. - '- .- .p. . . . . . .. w held Wednesday and Thursday. Green who cared for him In his last I'ANY and ita principal 1Ii.e. of Iou" sp.ciOle.i

r t, j This association is known as the illness.. Besides this sister he leaves Inea., .shall b. In. the ,,'I'l..io" !rhia of Ki5llnice. ,"III- l.r..ID'.t 'lio. 3. -._. --__ __
1"A 'ou nO
CH1B.v I, Wekiva Baptist association and i Is two brothers, ..J. I. Marshal], of Lake- : tJ.reoia offlt'-S III( such p1iit... 0" pI......... clerk; H. L. O"er.'
The culture dub will branch .... A1 fred ltrflttbttJl
I mothers self I 4 CHURCH NEWS. <- composed of thirty-seven Baptist land, and Chiil. Marshall, of Sorrento, In the .,.?.,. of Ylorlda "'id\ nlh..) I' 1'1.. si r..'-t. H. I.. <(< ..,ret r..t Bnd D. 11. La...
i meet* at the home of Mrs. S. !I.<.. Lup- Uhurcheg the counties of brothers .IKUnlt.d States 01'In for* "" n ' Volusia and half L. Iin I. .1
<- I in three J. Silas, oLakeland d,'t,'rmtiuAHTICLK ,,10 i r. I 1".IH'Clore.
\fer';; at 221 Verona street, Friday afl ....<..,.-:--- 0 0 0 (0 H H 0 0I I Seminole, Orange Osceola and Lake : ; John Silas of Mt. Dora. ; HH the director :may 11 I'rerlmt >o. 4.

"\- temoon, Ort "er 23rd: \. full attendT I I with a membership of :%000 and church and Pat Silas, of California. The K..nHIlI ,,,,Iuro' of Ih.. 'IINIII' -.... T N I.'nr I li.rk! '.'. 8 Watts, P. H.MurKnn .

;;:.ance- is dellr.ed.! BAPTIST CHURCH. propel.ty valued at 71935. Deceased was buried Sunday in ,, to be trnnsactid b\ ,,"1,1 ,'u'p'"' III. .ItshlI ..... : .in,1 l I. U, "'arlson.. \Inspectors.lrr. .
::' --+- I.
The usual services will be held in h. to bus. '\1. mil"""' ''I
\). Rosehill cemetery. ,, 11' .. ,... 8.J .
V LADIES' lands a114 l ,-oriiut ateaI |DI <
the First Baptist Church Sunday and NE\\ \PTIST CHURCHIN and d..v..lop
The. Ladiet' Aid of the First fhrictian real eaIat& buInsM aini 10 Iou) <.l rk.V. R. Nettles. .
4; ''Dr. Holt will preach morning and SOUTH KISSIMMEE. Sullivan.\ ..nd it I 't'it. ( ''"'
fleUIt. Hnulerson. In.
,; church will meet at the home of ..lA-venmg The eventwjf services now b*- The n..wIission: Baptist church in Henry Sullivan one of the oldest I 0t and) commission stII lands on 10 its build own on. o', it.prov. .. 1010 H J.t.t'U Hitmo'k'H. and IMer. .
Henumontk. lhl. HH
Mrs. T. J. VanOii/er at 205 i I I, gin( at 7 p. in. instead of 7:30: as here South KiRMmmee has been completed citizens of the county, died Monday and d"v..iop mall"flu'lur land" own.d' Iurnh by .,.. I'rrrlBf-l >o. II.

avenue Tuesday afternoon at thn.'t-j Itofoie. and Sunday School and Wednesday I night et the home of his daughter i corporation mt-i. naval 10..10'...... ,.1'0.-1.' .1-a. I Upt.ntIn. Uninloli.li, you Il\<. Krk. : A E. B.....
--O'clock.
; I II Mrs. William Hansel. He was 91 j *, and to 1 Itt .I H. U..lsdn, and \V. A. Ltrawdy. In-
services being years *
-+-- night prayer meeting are draOad..ublI.: ; ,. : orate
MErJllnsr I : ) ('Ill!nCII. ,. r. factor ,'rtom. -::51I'reci.CC
old. hlr own up
PLEDGE"The PAnTY. for morning hour "Shadow held regularly each week. Rev. P. I nttt In the purehas<.. ....I.! .. tflatl 11fatture -
Subject ( *
'. Methodist Woman's Mmsionary I I H. Guy has. been appointed to preach The body was burled in the Boggy and dlspoBltlon of real 1..1.- No. f.
and Substance in the evening', I . ., W Chandl.y. ?
; ( mm".I- 'V.
ik ,
Creek Wednesday. th*-i of and t 'J Hnlk O<
society will give, a "pledge party" i, for the congregation once a month. cemetery I **tty and products .... InHpictors
Walker
"Life More Abundant; How It Is : ItI.... grooda. warm and nwrchnn." 01 1 Uiowr (l-hnndli. and W H. -
. :Tuesday afternoon nt the home of Reached" The evening sermon will I I The services are being well attendedby | **v..rv kind. Including! itaxal .ntoi K.blllck.mllh' 1 .

I Mr. John McPhatter A program will j !begin at 7 o'clock. Everybody invited people residing in that vidnity.CHlLHREN'S | a and coupf'H toni and 1 Im-tm I'rela fif H. :
arid
be rendered and light refreshments i Get Your Fresh at i t>l.*m..nts and saw mill tooln. idL Wash Tlson 8. B.
pf all sorts to opt rata ) W. Hill clerk;
aerved All members and friends are I IJin CATHOLIC CHURCH.R PAnTY.Mr. _plintit duct waw mills. plantnv mfllH H,ul! Story and Berry Tlndall Inspectors.

0. itedJO be present >v. Father Fox, of Orlando-w)14 '? and Mrs. J. J. Woodall enter. : all bu.ln...s Incident thereto to buy I're-rls!;lN.. ..
-+-- Kissimmee Octo- Laincd last Friday afternoon at their APALACfflCOLAOysters ra...... and s..ll cattle and Hvo stork of R >c. Willis clerk; George For
'J, . come to Saturday kind to purchase. deal In lnefHIM 1) H flu\ and Allen Gannon Insrtors
A NEW CAnuIn' home on Royal venue in honor of the aU ; and
Will have instruction for hold .
her 24th. .. to own.
ef
"T'-IA "number of the Indies of the ("ity'' birthday of their sons, Uiel and Frank.A b products: and cattIt. rang'.
tol'
children 3 00 ..11 land. pasture .
'are planning for the organization of I : p. confessions m. 7 large number of the friends of thechildren to 'own. op..ral. Iceac. hIre. u... and I, Predict N. 10. ,
and :30
Devotion at in wharve. .ptvatOr. B H. Hancock clerk i J. W. Cams)
docke.
Five Hundred Club to meet regu- were present .and the afternoon maintain .
Baumrucker.Inspectors
a. evening. Mass at 8 a. m. Sunday. Sunday tanks and storage facilities or bell. M. L. Cox and A. W.
I. Jarly each week during: the winter. I It School at 11 a. m. If any evenIng was very pleasantly spent play. every presses kind and to receive prof KB and I .

!' Is_expected that the organization will I services will be announced ama ing games on the lawn. Delicious refreshments toll. therefrom; to buy. sell handle for This .14th day of October. A. D. n1t.J. .

week. of fruit and cake Its own account on commission turpentine Clerk.
: be effected: the coming se. were rosin and all kinds of naviatorea. :L. OVERSTREET

served. AT THEBroadway limbec and agricultural products '. By JAMES M JOHNSTON. P. C.
fSHAKESPEAnE CLUB. 'CHRISTIAN CHURCH.Rev. \ : to operate. stills and machl..nry'for 45-st
Kribbs the hostess of naval HtorcHproducts
Mrs. G. F. was manufacture
A. M. Chisholm will preach at Mrs. J. A. Blackwell and Mrs. G. L. the of every description: to ,.r..rl .
Club Tuesday afternoon
of the Shakespeare rt III.ICATIWN.DBI'AHTMKNT
her home Main street. the Christian church Sunday morningand Sawyer and little daughter were in CafeWhen and maintain tanks and warehouse (Cthe )\OIKK FOH OF TUB INTERIOR.
at on cotton
night at the usual hours. The from Ashton Monday. storage of naval mores and I Ualntivllle Flaw .
storage U. B Land Office at
,'- Delicious refreshment of iced tea and and other products aifd to 'Issue
.
.
morning subject is "One Thing Thou against thlame October 17th 1934.Notice .
receipts
served Those present were: or warehouse I 1 WesterBrock
cake that
were I to Is hereby given
> oils
at the refine
Lackest Evening, "Grinding Apply Sloan's Freely For Lumbago to compound and I II
C. : Fla. who ou
Mrs. F. C. Bryan Mrs N Bryan bu sell and deal I In of Loughman.
IV Mrs. Vern Ellis, Mrs. Boise ana MJl,:.___ ._ Your attacks of lumbago are not : you buy Apalachicola Oysters I barrels manufacture, headings own. staves> stills sup- i I I March 24th. 1V13. made homestead SE entry -

.v Mis Elizabeth Aultman. LAYMEN MEETING. nearly so hopeless as they seem You here you are sure of getting only piles and materials of similar.kinds:dry tobu No.18.0116 WVff_B. of for NEK 8W14 and of NW% %section of-

-+- Our next meeting will be held a the I can relieve them almost instantly bya good .wholesome, ..strength-giving I good.?. .. .hardware U and deal and In all Kroc..rl.kinds of nverchandine SE.... section 18 of Township. Meridian X6 south
t Liniment TaTlahaasee ,
WEAVER-BRYAN. of Sloan's 28 east
simple application sell lease maltas' range
church afternoon direct from salt We ; to build. buy. "
next Sunday Oysters water to make
Wedding invitation in the follow Presbyterian on the back and loins. Lumbago .. own. control hlr... "harl..r or oprate has filed notice of Intention.
I- at 3 o'clock and a full attendance .prepared to supply you in .. vessels iramwajs. rallwa s. commutation proof. to establish. claimto ..
ixued to friend any
ing form have been is a form of rheumatism, and yields or oth..rv..hl..I..1I the land above described before Clerk ,
is' much desired the engines cars
In the city: Mr. and Mrs. Nathan C very select as perfectly to Sloan's which penetrates quantity-pints, .quarts, .or by the i bridges. . lighters or means of transportation of of CII cull Court at Klsslmmee., Florida .
committee appointed to a 114. I"
permanent d. the 3rd day of Decembes
Bryan invite you to be present at place to hold these meetings quickly all in through the sore, ten- gallon. Why not some for supper tonight j the products of manufactured propert held by owfltrontrolled ....Id'' Claimant on names as witnesses: James ".
the marriage of their daughter Joe df"r muscles limbers the back and | or Florida Rob-
will their findings and It will up oth.,r persona or corporai i I| Whld'! n. of ughman ;
or
Berta to Mr Paul Kelso Weaver on report makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of company in connection with the hu..ln.'u <.rt H Ellington. of LouKhman. Florida -
1 be decided where meetings will beheld I i aImeans William J amtl, of Uoushnian 1
fourth
the not to une
the evening of Wednesday Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any of this companv but
the future. We desirous T Lamb. of lx>usrhman.Florida :
in are FloridaN
for t In pur
Direct Received of transportation
/ of November, nineteen hundred and druggist and have it in the house Shipments Daily I of <'om. I

fourteen at seven o'clock First Baptist of jnore fully perfecting and want our Gospel I against colds sore and swollen joints, i mon pone of carrier dntfiR: 'the to rnls bustncHs product a. t>useJl \'. HENRY 8. CHUBB.

(church Kissirnmee Florida. Team willing organization to assist in this work everyone to: rheumatism neuralgia, sciatica and I The Broadway Cafe xchftntce cereals and and deal any In and trtis.all plants:kindsof 44-5t Register.. ''JInvloratln&
like ailments. Your back if shrubs ,
not
money I IKatisfled. citrus fruitsfrunlt I to the Pale and Sickly
MSSIONARY SOCIETY. get in line for active duty. vf K"tablf" products and t
-' but it does give almost instant : I and to doa
and Kratn
PHONE 42.Stanford's trees hay '
of the Meth- The laymen are striving for a higher atrenKtfeenlns tonic
f The Missionary Society relwf business To con- The Old' Standard general I,
,,' '. odit church was entertained by Mrs plain of Christianity and want all __._ un ._ ___ struct general*rtct nursery op*.rate and maintain a CKO\H. A8TKLH8S rhlll. TONIC, drfrea out
blood andbulldanptbcsrs-
enriches the
'
:J. Z. Roberson at her home on Mab- good people to join our ranks and assist packIng house or for packing fruits" housi rm ats and andvegetables Ictia.Malaria A true toauc For adults sad child,,. SOC t'.
afternoon. in a good cause Brother Thorn canning factor
bette street Wednesday of all kinds. In pi oduce
The'following program was rendered: ton, of Kentucky, will lead the meeting buy or otherwise. acquire and sell or of for I lhe uses and purposes therein .;
Sunday and there will be some dlapo.e of the. products of exprvustd This 19th day of October. ,
otherwise
Reading-Mrs. W. L. Winn. A I' 1914.
j Vocol Solo.-Mi** Alma Griffin. special music. I : I Stanford'sCome such packing, 'packing; or canning house or factory packinghouses orfactories t ALBERTA HOPSON. j

-I Reading-Mrs. J. L. OVerstreet. There is a broad field for action to subscribe for. purchase receive Notary ubllc. State December of Florida.6th Mr A. ,

Vocal Duet-Mrs. Lane Poulk and for those who desfre to do work for own. hold for Investment or otherwise Commission v. ale expires ...tt
ad it the desire of the sell and dispose of and make
Mrs. J. R. Gilbert. the Master, is advancements upon stocks sharaonda. .
Re.ding-Mr. Huff. Laymen to do all the good they can securities or obligations of othr -
and Examine the Best Hosiery Made .
( wherever
4 -+- in every way possible. Come out and corporations whatsoever .
., WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. let us make this meeting a great located. originated or engaged kind.In or of
more
or
- I In celebration of their seventh wedding blessing to every one present. business pursuing. purposes any one or objects indicated. Finds Cure for Epilepsy

; anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. D. W. H. JONES, Chairman.Get herein or owning or holding: any .property
of kind mentioned herein or After Years of Suffering"My
_s Woodbeck: delightfully entertained for any holding
owning or
corporation
'a few friend Sunday evening. Incloded Holeproof HosieryWe any stocks or obligations of any such corporation daughter was afflicted with
in the gueit list were: Mr. and Mrs.Henry and while the owners .or holder
.' Overstreet, (ra. Hellle Rogero, That of any stocks, bonds or obligations I and epileptic. lit. for three years th, attack
to exercise sit the rtsrhts. powers coming every few weeks We employed
;t ,Ml** Dora Tracy and Miss Mary Dix-: privileges of ownership thereof and 1,
T.O'Brien voting .eTeral doctors but they did her ne
Dz-M..n. George Gardner, H. to exerols all and any po."r.tber.o'
.
Dr. ; to sell, mortgage. .ubtet.pl.dce. good About a-
: and Simpson.
'. r, hire, lease or convey the prop
-:" Dainty refreshments were served Million Dollar wait yoiTU ..Ie the silk facing over the invisible cottra hdysusl erty of this corporation any part year ago wheard .
will and to Invest the pro of :Dr.lllle : .
It the evening thereof at
daring
af "e futett J.....*. Silkiugeaio.siy hail.,., a straf, sheeriaviaibU (. at pleasure and In such manner *'; Nervine

BIRTHDAY1PARTY. H41y'of Sea Island. CellSIX PAIR ARE GUARANTEED laws a*t*may conduct be determined any part of by Its the business by* and It cartalntrhas ,

Master Roscoe Roberson entertained Look ,0'.< ,TO WEARWITHOUT HOLES FOR':SIX'MONTHS. If'*ay' *f, thesIs ;and to have offices and, agencies,. ,, proved. av,
4 of his little friends in In this Stats and otherStates .-
about thirty .. at such places '
pair fail i fa that tisss WsWill ;' or foreign countries as may be blessing to eur1
honor*sof.-his birthday, last Saturdaytafttrnoon ,- requisite or necessary for the carrylnc .1..
little girl. Che
at the home of.his parents '. on of said business or furthering the
Now
', Mab- said corporation said necessity II 0 ow ap..raatlrru.
,Mr. and Mrs, :J. Z. Roberson on needs of ,
to be determined In the descretlon and Ia ..-
children enjoyed
., bette street. The Replace and Judgment of the Board of Directors.
IjV.i.$ Flaying games on the lawn after which ; to receive payment for capital fr r J 7> j'lnc of Icalth! the It1 best-
delicious refreshments of ice cream, stock subscribed for In money or prop .
N ./ slaoe.x
ear
labor or services at a just valuation over a )
erty.
.cake and.fruit were served. therefor. In the discretion or f t";rlius had av

CARSO'EITERTAIN8. them with aew hose FREE. Try these aew Holeproofs. Get them for Judgment" of the Board of Directors whatsoever ; iirake fit. We cannot
: MRS. I contracts of any kinds . sprnk too highly
t Mrs.\ W.: W. Carson was hostess of every Member ia your family. They sell at the same PRICE as food cot- for the furtherance of It-s purposes .f Dr. Miles- Nervine. ..

a charmingly planned card party given ton hose. You will wear BO others after you try Holeproof or or contracts business. between Including the agreements said UH8 FRANK ANDB318ON.Coiufrey. .

at her home on Church street Thursday corporation and Individuals or othelorporattons Mlmn.
I afternoon. Three table were engaged In any of the linen of Thousands of children in the
;
TD5 NAI ...-.- business of this corporation to do any
,-, in the game and guest of the and all things that are or may' be rn.<.- United States who are suffering

1'5 afternoon were: Mesdames Howard There U mo aeed for yon to wear H. C. STANFORD CO. scary or' proper. 10 be don.. for of this Iditherance from attacks of epikpsy are a
of the purpos
Kate Sam Ragsdale Marion Carson, '
p- ,
I it to.ffcI
corporation or for carrying burden and sorrow to their parenta,
.; Geiger, Woodbeck. J. Clark and Misses baggy ..-...peD ready-made the powers h..re'ln granted
2: Angle and Virginia Makinson. Richards ARTICLE II who would !give anything to restore

>i Mary Dixon, Marion PortEr and suits. Yon can come here and get a capital' stock of the corporation. I health to the suITeren.I .
..hh" be Fifty Thousand and 00-1 00 I

eMildred> Turville.A served after the made-to-Bteasnre.suit that will fit _"___. __ __ __ __ h_ __' Dollars. to be divided into MHun Dr. Mile Nervine
f rH dandy lunch was red shares of the par value of OneHundred. .

i, card game you like a glove-for identically Dollars each which said capItal is one of the best remedies know*
for In cash orIn
.
be. paid II '
stock
4TALENT may
. .. for this Affliction., It has '.
provB
property labor or s< r\ lc s at a Just
TEA. the same price. Come and ask us.C valuation to be fixed b\' the Directors beneficial in thousands of e.... /.

r Mrs. J. Wade Tucker wa the hostv SYou'll of the company at a meeting called. for I and those who have used it haT /

cal of the Talent Tea of ,the Metho- TLRROJL that purpose the greatest faith in it. It is not Ir
*Jdist church last Friday afternoon at be of AHTTCLR TV "
perfectly proud your which this corporation : a "cure-all, but a reliable remedy .
term for
her home Emmett street. A penny The .
on shall exlnt shall be perpetual i for nervous diseases. You need (.
contest wa arranged for the enter- waist or gown after it kas pasted ARTICLE VThe not hesitate to give it a trial "'0':
f of the guests and the following officers of this corporation shall
A .tainment rendered: through our band .and receivedthe Pouter Behind th Boat be a President a Vice President a Secretary 'I Sold by .11 Druea'sta.' If the firs* ,
t program I a Treasurer and a Hoard ofnot bottle falls to benefit your money ps

-.. Instrmental Selection "The Glow- marie touch that make it look Here is a complete outfit you can carry with you anywh re. less than three nor more' than nlnoDirectors returned.MILES. a
Worm"-Mrs. H. R. Clark. The office" of Treasurer mav .
Clamp it on rowboat :! MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, In*
your officer of said
other
be held bv any
Vocal Solo. "Necklace of Love"Miss equally at food a* a aew garment.We dory,skiff or canoeand travel companThe Board' of Directors shall
: Alma Griffin. at the annual stockholdersmeeting
be selected
Reading Miss Muriel Prentis. are expert cleaner sad dyer 1 to 9 miles an hour. On to be. held in the City of Kissimmee .

Vocol Solo "The Hills O.Skye")1111 lake river have O-ceola. County Florida. onthe 94-
and undertake the cleaning of the bay or you third Monday of December of each
: Ella May Gilbert. a power boat for commerceor year beginning In the year 1914. j
;; -4b Until the first annual meeting of the THE IJ
defecate fabrics
most having a and investment RAYSTONE
pleasure
MR. PERSONS TO WED :your Stockholders: and until the officers G
b L ,. is small. above( mentioned electedand qualified 4': :
; A SAVANNAH GIRL. careful method of performing our extremely at the a..I'.C; the officersof r

'Y A recent blue of the Macon News r the corporation shall be: R D. Malloy .

: Lt contained the announcement of the engagement work. We solicit a trial.-thenyou'll THE DETACHABLE President. Vice-president. and Treasurer, Lewis. Bryan: E 1Lesley. .. '

of Miss Jessie Mabel Clark, know the kind of Secretary; E D Malloy E U Lesleyand I I *. W THIHIUII Prip. ..D. PDRTU HIT.
i.-. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mal- superior ROW you buy must bear'the Lewis O'Br> an. Directors The

lette of Savannah, Gr., to Mr. George O. K. tliat gives you stockholders shall meet In the City of''I
work we do. I Kissimmee. Osceola) County Florida atthe I Open Year Round
W. Persons, of Kissimee. The wedding BOAT confidence. Ferro office of this corporation on Thursday
will take place November 11 at thebride's November 19th. 1914 for the purpose -
Let.. call for that soiled suit now.OLIVER'S motors may justly of adopting by-law. and completing d
-t home in Savannah.
MOTOR claim this confidence the organization of this corporation '
.' Mr. Persons is one of the most pop- abecaube .
-, itilar of the young business men of they have. ARTICLE VII '

.V c ,,the city and a great deal of interest all the good points embodied by I to The which highest this corporation amount of ,Indebtedness shall at any Malaria or Chills & Fever ..

is felt in bit approaching marriage. experienced ,
'If experts I time subject Itself shall be One Hundred .
,. "<'Friends will be glad to leant that Immediately who have built up Thousand Dollars ($10000000). I Prescription No.lei b prepared'especially .
after the wedding he and ARTICLE! VII for MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FEVER. t
/
Ferro and _
and residences of the Incorporators -
Ids bride .will return her. to make power rep The names of this corporation togther I Five or ate doMe will break any cas. and '

4 their home permanently. tation In the engii .with the amount: of stock subscribed .. taken then .. a tonic the Fever wUlnot r!

( -4-- world. S ,for by each are as follows: return. It Sets oa the UTM better tbaa .y

4 ; PREVATT-STUBBS. The result H. D. Malloy Orange County. Florida. Cak>m4 twd ilo** DOC .{rip*or tickM.. 2So 'r'
shares.
Sift
you get are
A nuptial 'event of much interest I due to a finished product K.L.L.esley. Klsslmmee. Florida. MShares. ;r 1

this week ,was the marriage of ,Miss I ;' R. K. Russell wa a. recent visitor :

Mora. Stnbfcsj to 'Mr.; :Jennings 'Prevatt Try it ymntlf-txlayl '" Lewis O'Bryan. Kissimmee. Florida. from Lakeland. .....y
SO shares. :S
which occurred Sunday evening .. ,_ c.tdo. E. D. MALLOT.K ,
.I 4 .t eight, ,thirty
..Mr.' and Mrs H. T. Bass on Main )1 : \ '" PLoRJ\'t'YIS OBRYAN. were here on tmalneni Wed
'r't Of .' . .' ".... ,.. .... OFCOUNTT ', :
& atreet..The: ceremony"was performed w' OF 08CBOUA.. nesday. ,

.' ,\i Q.a.s..W..La'Wler'&Dd, witnessed .On tat. flay'*raonally b.. V. .L. Bacon of' Lan ln gdL U: }

.\, by a few friends nlatJ.'The \ : tON ".. an Officer, duly authorised toadminister a visitor in the dty..,Mr. Baeoa DM. ;,

I' \\:! 'C, :'brWe If the 'daurhter''of Mrs. J. B. \j SUITATORIUMAt ; .i W.BMAEIHSpNeO.;: ;: E.oaths! IX.Mailer and tak.EL iT acknowledgement Le.lo" been la Florida proepeetinr .**r- ; ,r. '

.$ ,iMUML Bartow, and U muehJ ad- :_* LOW8S..C'flryan.' Personally knowa eralireeks..- .VI -:fj1U --.* - '"
mired far JMT personal charms as well -- -' ----... . .; te ID. to .. the persons described baaa4
Mr. Prevatt U .. \ : who ,asaeated tILe,foretoing artl- P.. Broadfield/traliuBaaUr! of tt*, lAtlantld
IU eDta. \' :
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{ .,r the son of 'Mrs.' fX .V. Prevatt and-UMil : .,, fh'I ,P 'a ;. :...ora t".r 8Okno.- Coart'u-, ,... to the ,

l' '- known la the ) ft4bore me the execuion ,th.e ,btulneM_on* c1a7'W.k.'J"
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEJf W.:H- Brokaw traveling "'PreHD" 'Mrs. ,El; F' 'Ma.ten ? .
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:;-'- ZTilaplo6sNo:uT: y.' tattve-for"Griffing.froz;:; was in'Kisftimme few--d. !th'-bet'*' -4-- : - r'O' -h '". .. '.:c'Y; ;:--;-; 7----JI'--: ;':; ; ':i ''I' _

.... *.last Saturday.! Mn...H. C.,Lightty, of
Published Every Friday By ,.
W..B. HARRIS.i Kodak films developed lOc per roll Mr. D. W.:Douglas,
.... .. ,. or'4c per print .ach.'Letbury's. Photo Pinedale from the : '
1 1 i. .i.t. :Tent corner. Broadway and Poisiell. ton, is building a
.. ..', .' ... O. O.O., .. avenue.. ' bungalow type, has THAT IMPULSE

i : Weather Report i H. E.. Pole .U planning to ope a'a: new. of.his crushed land and limestone is & :
jewelry store in the north room of ,
old hand at
the new'Pilley Building on Broadway, \ : ..' '
.
.
ari when it IP completed.Mr. Mrs. Chas. Bandy -
Following the daily temperatures . Miss Corrinne 'Gilbert ..
\ and precipitation as | 'and Mrs. W. J. Sears, Mrs. home after pending"- ,- -" " ,.; .", .; .
'
Fred Gilbert and Mrs': Key Johnson 'I :' }
reported by the 'Go1'8l'D1Dent.tation ; > the Carolinas. They ,
motored to Orlando Wednesday and ,
'at Kissimmee for the J points in North '
spent the day.
tertained by friends in -a'r-id: ,
week ending Oct. ZS, 1914 BOOKS. All the latest fiction for, C..the last three weeks I \ t'I r;
Max.Min.RainFriday rent at lOc for each book. Suet as ,Ing Rome.Drl .' -- .- .. '.,, j'I' \I'i(

__ __75 67 .40 ', ', I"Eyes of the World," Smoke Bellow" : M. J. Hicks was '
-t. etc. Cole &: Unley, Jewelry and Opto- 'i
Saturday.. __ __80 55. metrists. 43-2t lanta Wednesday night

Sunday __ .. __85 58 announcing that Mm. The Corner"t
Wash in sanitarium "Katz Value
Misses Charlotte Moaler of been a :
Monday-------85 61Tuesday ington, D. C., and Kate Mc&rmick>> of past two months, was
-- -- __87 69 New York, are visiting Mrs. Armour', and Mrs. Hicks'
I Wednesday -_ __ 86 67 I on Main street. will 1 await the outcome ( J

Thursday __ ____84 69illinium Miss Jessie E. Boston has returned daft; f-l anxjetjvMr. t
from Tampa where she spent two and Mrs. G. H.
4N000.. .OOO..t.. weeks in the Gordon Keller hospital turned last Saturday .

receiving treatment. lOc roll We Minn.regret. where to learn they that. for fall and winter :
Kodak'film. developed per your
hat: been ill I nearly the
THE LOCAL fiELD. i or 4c! per print each. Leabury' Photo and venture
was
I away
Tent corner Broadway and Pouiellavsnu. ) Florida's balmy r;
..
him his '
t restore to '

.111111111111111111111111, County Commissioner E. L. Lesley Welcome Faville "
...
has purchased from Mach Bros one shopping
B. Brokaw with Griffin New York came to our
: *
t ,
model BnyckTouringcar.
of the latest 4-cylinder
a.- en, the tree people. 40tf .. rented the Downing ,
and bought ten
1 avenue,
. A. Cole, of Lakeland, was in the r:j.' 1'ot \
The Will son building on Broadwayis three miles north of .ff
city on business Tuesday.Mrs. being remodeled this week and will business through the '1

Gates, of Loughman, was a be occupied by P. G. White's shoe repairing Realty Company, and call your'attention
business visitor here Wednesday. shop. with; Kissimmee and : ,
,
ronutry. Citizens of
Use Reed's Home Bakery Bread. One of the Orlando paper. reports' tily welcome these -
that R. D. Waring is building a $10- ;
'fi Henry Overstreet made a business wish them success. ws
000 residence on North Orange avenue -
trip to Jacksonville: thin week. that city. Dr. H. H. Funk, ready-to-wear' departmentj' 1
Sanborn of St. Cloud rived from Beverly, ,
Mrs. spent Every one is cordially invited to attend ,
Wednesday in the city with friends. the chicken that is to be 1! chased Sheriff Ing-ram's !, ,,1'1 ,
supper '
I ind is now.prepared to .
Ask for Reed's label bread. given at the Union Center schoolhouse !' (back and forth to his -1-I .r. .

Mrs. E. J.'Viall, of Shingle Creek, Tuesday evening, October 23rd. little trouble. Dr. Funk ,

spent Wednesday in the city shopping.Mrs. Mr. Hull, of 1 ak'eJand, was a business i' has succeeded! in
ilies in this section: J. '
Hilton, of Loughman, was visitor in the city last-Saturday. '
Lowell 0. who will
,
Mrs. D. R. Blenis expects to leave )
in the Tuesday.
shopping city this week for Chicago to Impend the I ter on the doctor's
I or 6 doses 666 will break any case winter. Island, and H. C. .
of Fever or Chills. Price 25 cents. j' 0., who expects to Fall : }
Mr. D. B..Blenis returned l Ifcet Sun- for the winter. Both -
Dr. and Mrs. Cobb are spending. day from Ohio, where he had been on their families with '"

some Miss time Almenia at White Leitner Springs spent, Fla.the to business.leave Saturday He and Mrs.for that Blenis state expect to I the Dr.farmers A. P. Spencer- are the i I . i.t

week-end with relatives in Bartow.Mr. make their home. tion work with \! ,

R. F. Webb spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mr. I esville, was a visitor in Come I per '\
with relatives in Tampa. Gregory, Miss Ella Mae Gilbert, E. A. day consulting! with .
'Mrs. Walter Bronson and Mrs. Will Gilbert and Mr. A. S. Gilbert and E. Evans, regarding 'I
and Mr.
Bronson, of Shingle Creek, spent family formed a merry party motoring I Spencer

Tuesday in the city shopping to Orlando Sunday. lando E. L.Thursday Green night is u__ i -i, ,d:

6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case Mrs. Jas. Bratton and children left badly poisoned foot
of Fever or Chills. Price 25 cents. Saturday for Miami to join Mr. Brat- ,on a fishing trip a
Mrs. F. C. Reeves and children, of ton, who has decided to locate in that waded into the creek te
Avon Park, were visitors in the city city. Mrs. H. N. Bratton accompanied ,but without hose, and '
the early part of the week. them as far as New Smyrna.Dr. 'tannic acid In-the Chil,

". H. W. Grady has been at White. N. Miller and family, of Oklahoma :poisoning. i "
P Springs two weeks, seeking relief are comfortably,located for the TAKES OFF shown ,
from an attack of rheumatism winter in one of the flats over- the" ..HAIR. : ..... Hose"W *L
Gazette office Dr. and Mrs; Millerhave \ lUi VfV"-fr
Mr. and Mrs. Rily Godwin and Mrs. little who will Save Your Half I Get ;
Ackies Bass, of S. Cloud, spent yesterday attend two school.bright pirls ; of Danderine right fl
in.Kissimmee. Stops Itching '
.T' for sale cheap. Mr. R. C. Sly who owns the Down- 'I Thin, brittle, .
Held boxes: 1"c
Cypress ,
Oseola Lumber A Furniture Co. 29-tf ing property, is-spending the week hair is mute evideace )o'c dj
I .
here, looking after his realty interest.Mr. scalp; of dandruff- ; :
Mrs. Robert Waring was down from Sly lives in Birmingham, Ala.,i There is .nothing so These ;
Orlando Tuesday for a brief visit with and will return to his home next MOD the hair as dandruf tV : ,
)
her mother, Mrs. Woodall. of its lustre, its +

Mrs. A. J. McDonald"of'tak.1a.nd, day.W.. H. Dawes, of Granville, South 1 life;,,eventually- : .," a
.. : continues her visit with her. parents, Carolina in the city looking for aposition ness and- itching of Hose K

y Mr. and Mrs. Porter." as bookkeeper, and if he succeeds -'. if to not shrink remedied,* loosen causes and ; 'qu : : ( ..

rut., ,FOB RENT-Two S-foom lai.a. with in locating a position, will send hair falls out fast.A ; ; : ; ,.'
for his family and become a pennaIne : ) ..
t at the tI
modern Apply
', .conveniences. ,
citizen of tonight-now-any ,, \ :' A 1'1
t". our country. i iMra. 'i'
:I;, Gazette, office ,+: _'i/,7'.. : ,I.""tyaur'har.: '' >:
Ed M. Gross, S. W.' Stewart J. K.! L. W. Pilley returned h.om.j Get a 25 cent bottle as :' rEry / :
Sevier and A. M. Nibb. were visitors Wednesday trim St..Louis, Mo., where Danderine from any ; : "
down from Orlando this week. she had been for a brief visit She surely can have :new
was accompanied home by her daughter I of it if you just try a so ti-,.;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hugh Reese! of Mamie, who had been with relatives Save your hairl! Try it! u.S in "'(
Orlando, were visiting relatives" in in St. Louis for several weeks.W. the :
the city this week.Cypresi NOTICE. '
and: :
field boxes for sale cheap. A. McCool, of Beaver Falls, arrived Notice is hereby I )'.
Osceola Lumber A: Furniture Co. 29-tf Monday to spend the winter. He tomobiles and
is present located at the Graystone, due and payable! Value I <\ Yi ..
Judge G. F. Kribbs returned home but expects his family to join him and that if these I"
Monday from a business trip to Jack- next month, when they will occupy paid on November 1st, I .
sonville. their winter home on Emmett street. tions will be filed ,',"

Twelve room furnished house for Clarence Vail has just completed a failing to comply with .. C
be These
O. Box 159, I prosecuted. -
rent or sale. Address P. small)) cottage on his grove at Shingle shall (
licenses
required
P? St. Cloud, Fla 44-St-pd and Comfort that
; Creek, and will spend much of his I County Tux Collector Style Added :
.:, J. A. Barclay, accompanied by Mr. lime there improving his grove. His Kissimmee Florida. ,
Todd, of Greenville, S. C., spent Wed- family will join him here next sum- I jat one*. r
nesday in Whittier on business. mer, when they will probably decideto i H. D.

(a Kodak films developed lOc per rollor )) settle permanently in Kissimmee.Mr. County Prosec from Our ReadytoWear Dept. I

4c per print each. Leabury's Photo and Mrs. A. D. Baker, of Chicago 44-2t
r.; ""." Tent corner .Broadway and Possiell)) arrived in Kissimmee a few '
.
r" ...tf avenue days ago to spend a couple of weeks. Keep Your Stomach y

Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Funk, of Ohio, Mr. Baker is interested in property j' A vigerous stomach,
Hil- at Kissimmee Park, and was agree- i.I '+
are how again at their home on liver and regular New
Jiard Island. ably surprised at the many improvements guaranteed if you will v rything
i" here: since his last visit.R. I New Life Pills. They
( Albert Walker, of Cairo, Ga., has .
I visiting friends in JCissimmee E. McLaughlin, of Olney, who gestion, correct
: this been week. spent several days in this city, returned -I an excellent tonic Is Our Motto "
1 ,. home by auto Wednesday.While system-purify your W
C' Mrs. Mosher, proprietress of the St. ,here Mr. McLaughlin purchased of all body poisons
"', Cloud Hotel, was a business visitor in 100 head of cattle, which he had driven els. Only 25c at.your :!
n the city Monday. through to St. Lucie county to

', J. G. Wise, of New York time, is and in-Kis may place with his herd there. SEED c;?! are not a customer of ours .'

simmee to spend some Misses Vivian and Mildred Lee and Grown oil the
decide to locate permanently. Messrs. Edgar Katz and Jim Miller, I ben County nbout, 1500 ,
Have your picture made at Lea- chaperoned by Mrs. Katz, motored to level Ry''
FROM
FREE
bury's Photo Tent, cor Broadway andPo.sle Jacksonville today to witness the foot- Strong, Hardy. Prolific call and see the .
)) avenue.E. ball game between the University of them a trial.'! Send fqr many
Florida team and the Suwanee team, WALKER .
SEED!
Creek ;
of the Shingle ,
P. Golding,
University of the South. Box F. Awes '<...>.
neighborhood, was looking after: business -

matters in the city Saturday.--- -- -- -- have: you'll become one '

t THICK. GLOSSY HAIR
0 +w FREE FROM DANDRUFF
'
GirUt! Try Jt! Hair get. soft, Huffy

ylt', ,r and .beautiful of--Get)anderine.d a 25. centboitle To the Women of Will Endeavor. to. Please' You ,


If you caw for heavy hair that glistens -
with beauty and is radiant with
P ; life: has an incomparable softness and We want you to come and tee a
i fa fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.
,A Just application doubles the SHOWING of beautiful evening gowru .
; one The Goods "
'Dry
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7
beauty of your hair, besides; it Immediately 1 ( <

t dissolves every particle of able street dresses, coat suits, attractive .
h dandruff. You can not have nice
;heavy, healthy hair if J'Ou.Joha.. .1 L. :-. .
dandruff This destructive scurf robs : ' : : :Clothing Man, "
the hair of its lustre, its strength and : : ,
.its.very,life, and if- not overcome it , All Day Monday and Tuesdajal -' .
of I IIo ,I '
a feverlshness and itching t'a ;
'produces, thai' hair roots, famish; -. the ;" \ ..ON''S'HE' ,ccRJVER'it, .
tho scalp; '. I .', ,!: .J .
loosen-and die; then the hair fall oat "!"' ""' \ ;rr". : .. ""(-";1. r ;I .t - ...............;. ../'
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.:presseS For Tght'1 'ELEGANT-.NE'.V' : WRAP. 1 I! I SMART. 'P\RTY' GOWN.... To Know For the Children

School'Girls Scanty .
"' PointeL I II of stiff.inuif,1 ,
Velvet and; Cold E.roid..dCloak A CU..tt.1: That Will Attract One of the several ways --
'New Yorks-l-What's" the matter with M.II ..ua_ ", the bl'lsueoJ rus .after i For
.. 7rth7 Fludt
For Cvcninq' \ Wetr. .. --.--- AtSanLIQn washing is to-dip them into a mixture ; Gtttir.g,

a 1.the.blK..u a.n7"-elo.ed-.r: 1 crlrl'a..Jhf.u.L1L number "of nigl -. I MothcreNurs.ry I I of equal quantities of milk and water Fun on H llow..n.

and then dry before- the fire.
I echools over in Massachusetts, be I I,
t: 'cause some of the school boilers an I Alweys put scrubbing brushes to
and Superintendent 3ar dry with the bristles face downward.
colof commission, I '
I'
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!
tai
j their lives considerably -
This
: Frank Peaslee "doesn't want tosubject' 44i lengthens t
half dressed girls to revert I I as if drie.d the other way the
Rima Crib, Sheets. .X
wood
soaks into the ,
'' colds.." The costumes of certain New water naturally & Ali
Buy a good quality of sheeting one and the britsles.
succeeded" itdosing rots ,
have not
York girls
w r
the schools; but the girls dr and n halt yards' wide--uot linen, foi r To remove paper labels from old

.' ,wear utterly Inadequate and unsnit I that la too cold mud becomes too easily bottles easily wet the fact of the label

J able clothes. Of course not every girl wrinkled! to prove satisfactory foil with water and hold it for an instant

offends in ,this respect, but there are >nbif IIHI..-.ami) tear luto the propel over any convenient flame. The steam
r f' 'altogether too many sartorial sensations 1 lengths. Two yards will inuke a good formed penetrates the label at once II

} among our school; girln. Low cut sizednbeet: for the ordinary crib and and softens the paste. i1I7F

necks, short, skimpy skirts. closely I will be long enough to tuck In fairly I Silk handkerchiefs should be wash-

fitted waists or basques. which outline Six sheets will be found a good num- 'ed in a warm lather, made with pure
r'' very source, large (collars small hatH' ber. I soap. This should be blued, as should
short. skirts. with the rinsing water. Roll up tightly ina
with tall feathers, carefully tucking a two lx
each
Hem
slits! party slippers and silk stockings\ ,, inch hem at the top and on Inch hem 11I cloth and iron.the handkerchiefs between IkIL'rA
and last but not least, paint, powder between YE linen or they will turn yellow.: F
Then halfway
and sausage curls. Now is it necessary at tbe bottom Destroy the smell of paint by placing J 'r s,+
,. for the modern school! girl\ to trick her- the Bides of the sheet. Just below the pailsful of cold water in the rooms 4 ? ,A

self out in this fashion Is it not. top-hem. tnniKf'r Home design showing which are being: painted." Changethe I i''

The teachers discourage them and a !Mother (loose or nursery rime cbar- water night and morninir. and, '

; sometimes can make them wash their ncter when possible, add a-handful of hay to :

J faces, but they cannot seem to top .I Many pattern companies publish embroidery the water in each pail.FATHER.. t 'j'

? them. Nobody assumes for a moment I I M designs which have been used :

'that'the'hard worked teachers are to with success and only a hot Iron Is .

blame for the freaky dressed girl. But needed to transfer them.Children's that
what is the answer? I I I books also abound in delightful He was not the kind of a father
you read about in books,
of little people and '
ooooo.oo..o..oottOOO pictures He wasnt long on language and he the magic I'
': 000'' of Year after when
first year
I animals which with tbe help wasn't strong on looks, folks,

.'. NOVELTIES IN STYLE. 4 4 I tissue paper on which the design in He was not the sort of a father you and Halloween comes of the round older, ,young too, make
----- t traced and then of carbon paper for hear about in plays some In the coun-
O laces are to be used. by the father with a ready for its celebration. ..
Dyed transferring, may be rtnployed He was just a human are plenty'thejacko'lantern
idea !is the combination try where pumpkins
'ti Anew father's
most Inexperienced person. human ways. is considered indis-
I
,+.of black satin and plaid serge. Use embroidery cotton in either. soft Of course
i. Frocks of net arranged in'* blue and outline the design No, he never balked at working, but pensable as a funmaker. make one.
OOWJI. to
favorites. pink or CLOTH Or BIliTO: everybody knows how
plaits or ruffles are through it once
+ child'sroom but when he was
made entirely of ro- using tbe color ID which tbe The pumpkin is dug out until but a
:. Skirts are little +0 I+4+4+ 444+4 Right down on the grass was father, I
; I la decorated. Then-with very ,0400 404044440 shell remains, and after features are
4. man stripes children doing stunts.
f with the
.. Extreme suppleness of tissue + work the small beet <. fialahed.a 4 4 him andhe'd cut in its! side a lantern is lighted I
+ and shot metal effects will lead .d asset stte.etty. if Is.Menus < WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING. 8O All of us welcome would pile all up the on pack, 'and placed inside. On a dark night,
".. I 0 I when suddenly sees the fiery coun-
.c in silks and velvets. after play-time did one
44448 But I'm wondering I
4044 444444440 4404408 is alarming,
4Interest
-the its
'' and ruffles share tenance appearance
'I' Flounces his back ? "
Children. there-on
For stay ,
with tunic and pleats. I ur: VELVET WRAP we J and little people pretend to be very
) Tbe following are good menus for Runs Farm As Side Line. only
.'. Many of the new suits are This elaborate evening wrap is of said his i much afraid of it. Of course they
I children from three to live years of Miss Nancy Morrison, sister of Mrs. Wasn't strong on dissipation perfectlywell
,: ,. trimmed with bands of velvet. 4 I peacock blue velvet embroidered in Seneca N. Taylor of St. Louis, lives "gambol on the preen"Was i pretend, because they know littlestartling
,' fashion is that age: what it is. Anyway, it is a
+ A pretty new gold with ball trimming of peacockblueand miles from fill the platter faster than
of velvet (I I Beef broth with lermlcelll cooked in on a farm in Virginia ten to first view, and the young-
.1 "the court panel" It had wide straight I on
of gold. a clean,
[ Washington, D. C., where she has a the kids could lick it I
worn with the afternoon or even- I collar with sleeves in cape effect. I It Broiled fish fur the meat course in the department. Miss And the next best game he knew of sters delight in being frightened justa
war
material for A bak- position little bit. The picture shows. grandpa -
ening frock of different I Spinach, creamed greens. Morrison home to her farm was an equal one to beat; his
4d i A HALLOWEEN PARTY. I ed potato for the starch food. A ripe. afternoon goes,'dons a suit of khaki, It was keeping leather covers up to making jack-o'-lantern for
every i"
Checked materials with rough and much little granddaughter.Round
I I tweet ornuce for dessert a. then feeds the chickens, takes her the supply of feet. .
. surfaces, such as zibeline, velours : When sending out invitations for a day old bread with good butter, as the basket on her arm and picks the fruit death '
scared to
I'm ,
I.de lathe and duvetyn, are num-fabrics Halloween party a jolly plan is to I child wants and vegetables for dinner, which she Always on the job was father plugging Halloween things I'm sure to see. i;iI
the smartest For spooky
: ebered among ask the invited guests to wear any Vegetal omelet made with eggs I cooks milks the cow, changes her steady-like and strong, I1'
; I to ,
schoolgirl I where turn
.. For go
matter
coat No
for to a
there is of checked blue \disguise they choose, besides a huge, lightly cooked and stewed celery (chopped dress for pretty evening gown, and Never making any noise, but helping They all seem grinning hard at me.
one sheet and a pillowcase.for well chance guestshe all his little world along. 1
enveloping
tips to
) or chopped asparagus/ I !serves supper any
., woolen velours. I
,.and'' green the head covering. As they arrive station racked, turned In the omelet just before may happen to have, for she is And to think Lord! ain't it funny you ,' There in a shop 'cross the way )

AA .. .AAAa..e6._ . I at the door to receive the guests finishing. A small cup of good seldom without a gd'\et. can see things years and years A witch in tall and peaked; hat, ';'

i. TTTTTTT.TT.T. -----\I\I I a tall boy and .girl, each dressed asqueerly I Well cooked rice. Lady fingers Her farm is'described by St. Louis And yet never know you've seen them, And just beneath her in a rage, f* !
(()COa.
as possible. They may han< friends who have visited there as very till your eyes are blind with tears. There stands a blacfc and snarly cat. '
JEWELED ORNAMENTS. each guest a card, on which is print, for! dessert' beautiful place, with many shade trees: "
I'I'iAMenlll a number. Number the cards just a. Broiled lamb chop stewed celerycreamed and a great deal of fruit. Miss Morrison Quit.his job one day and left us, smilna With back arched high in the air, '

Theee Fancy Cr eee AN Again the guests arrive in order, macaroni bread, butter and pins her faith to pigs, Missouri rig L ne went away; As if about to spring; i
dark with hug and a cup of cocoa for desert all so foolish. What You surely know by things you see "
cat\ Considered Very Fashionable. A very ,room, a honey girls take notice, which she says are Eulogy seems
I'- 1'IIe pepnlarltr of ornaments seems "pumpkin head" ghost in the center, Poached egg on well made toast A easy to raise and pay well. Miss can anybody say? It's nearing Halloween. :::ft.. .

; ; need to be to add to the uncanny effect of the saucer of upple' Kuucfc, baked potato Morrison wee born and brought up Seemed like even in his leaving he was '
One does not especially
1 to grow. Itamiora west talcs.The .
bother Cure DM SMM. Otter
whole, is a great source of amusemen Orange gelatin for dessert in Missouri. saving some one ,
wealtby'to possess the majority to the younger set. The guests ar< tbese menus with thseasonsble e For the one word on the granite which wont c .c. M matter ol bow I one.UmdJac.mn .
: :e> ;tbsmtCov'jet! crystal and Incitation supposed to sit in absolute silenc Interchange fruits and vegetables, being Aiding Women; In London.A in London, lies o'er him is "Fath.r.Edmund ." Port-cored. AoUMfKi b- tin*wooderfml HnU-, OU.o4 nlUbl Jt rcUvm Dm

that their identity may remain a secret careful to keeptbe: proportions_ right of-whIch'tbsiarcblone.s committH'of.women' of'Crewe is Vance Cooke: Pain ..d H .l* at the urn u... tee,tae tut" ::
arrival of the t.atgile.tthen
until the ;
very suddenly the light. are and also remember to use one part of 'the chairman{ is watching the'effect Your Fan Cold.Needs AttentionNo

and immediately the usher meat to three parts of other foods of the)w.Mion..the'various'Employments '\ try to it
popped on to fuss .and wear
4M P'.r Consider eggs and milk as meat. The 'of wOmen;:'It is providing dressmaking use ; ,
of to : instead.
in commence their task trying out. 'It wilt:,wear you out
r discover the identity of each separate inorganic salts are !. the'greened. -for .some r-of the1' establish* New Discovery,' relief s.tr gr .
" *..t* "* and otherwise tryIng Take Dr. King's ;; .a.1! .r'1
guest.' If:perchance anysuccess'.. .tMfraita.'T- : menu exit ofwork follows quickly. ', It 'checks your ,

sue J ithen' the' unfortunate's.number 'tolaid'poor'women.r; cold and soothes your' cough:,away, farm i .
I. 'taken from the card -and i jotted >...k4Ini the'Child"prom: feheet. I'Getting Used to Shots. Pleasant antlsepti .and healln;. Children are you .looking for a

down on a.tablet the usher.*. have Every mother should bare.a.clinical With' the coming of color 'weather: like it. Get'a BOc. bottle of Dr.Kine's .

t4h I ready for u.ei ,thermometer''' and be able to*.,tstot', the Miss Ma Ha Yin,' a native Burmese New Discovery and keep it in'' Either ;

After luncheon the unlucky one of tbe child. A child with girl, who is a student at the Missouri the house. "Our family\ cough and / .,
pay their just forfeit.HALLOWEEN. temperature Baptist Sanitarium, finds American cold doctor" writes Lewis Chamberlain f
fever should not be allowed to go to Ohio. back if
Money
clothes more comfortable. Miss Ma Manchester, large or small
GAMES school. A good healthy child make: Hla Yin was'brought over to America not satisfied, but it nearly always

i an efficient man. and health is as Important a few weeks ago by Mrs. Arthur helps. I "

tsj The "tree bowls" Halloween ganvis as education. If there Is a Darrow, a Baptist missionary yi Bur- I I I"I

I a very old one that has been playedit contagious disease in the school that ma, in order to study nursing and go .

is said, for more than 200 years. your child has not bad be should remain back to nurse her countrymen in a FISH I

f Three bowls are placed on a table at borne until all danger Is over. new hospital in Burma. FOR FRESH If ;;

The first bowl contains a little} milk, Of course tbe teachers do not like: this American clothes have been a vex SO

the next a little water, and the thin interruption of the studies, but It la ation to Miss Hla Yin, especially the 1
Then the players are blindfolde4and wear : AND SHRIMPCALL
I matter of life and death that tbe shoes. Burmese girls and women OYSTERS '
not
told to touch the contents a comfort ;
sandals, which are cool and i ,
4 If the who' child should pass his examinations at Ask
of one of the bowls. person I able. American are cool enough,
pumps
I is "it" touches the bowl with milk in the end of the term and It may be but the Burma maiden finds that in
I
''It then she will marry a widower and+ such mutter if he becomes tbe victim comfort they do not compare with the Fish Market ; Mrs. Summers

have to take care of lots of "tepchil-I of the disease At the same time the shoes of her country. She is determined Broadway '{

'I dren. If it i I" a boy then he mother should be the judge of the real I to follow the custom of the new 'z' 608 Penfield St., one block

I, a woman who has been married before condition of the child and not allow country, and just now is gaining Phone 50 t. west of Clyde Avenue (Clyde
and who has at least half. dozen the 2nd avenue west of courthouse "1
vi him to pretend or Imagine! himself 111 equanimity in all the new garments =?
-= l children. If the girl touches the bow when be la not.Candy. even to the stiff white nurse's cap. Served or Promptly Delivered Anywhere i leading south). r.
with water in it the will marry a a, I Already she had learned the English In the City.

i ,1 dark, handsome young man the legend i language from missionaries in Burma!

I goes, or if it is a boy then Hi For Children. I Miss Yin is from Talain. She gave ,r.."''' ,
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will}) marry one equally beautiful. It Scientists say sugar hi a very good l plerfsant home with her brother - - -- ---- -- --- - ;

\; 3A L I either of .them touches the empty I food for children If it is properl.teaten I in up order a to study in America. She expects C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary

bowl then neither will ever marry. -. The trouble with a great deal to be at the sanitarium three

Another good game is U light a of candy Is not with the sugar It too. I I
\ number of small candles, each ('hildchoosing I I years. The Waters & Carson .
one, and place them near tains but with other harmful Injmilients I Women" Petition for Peace." ,
Another" objection i Is that too Holbrook, chairmanof _
Miss Florence
an open window. THe one whose can I j .'
die remains alight will live the long much candy l III eaten at the wrong the Political Equality League of

time-between meals. Chicago, has prepared a peace peti- I'

4 4 est.If there is an open fire then then I The best candy for children consist, tion for which the''signature of women I Grocery CompanyWholesale

; ., ir + .u t are a number of good, old games possible of a little pure cbocolate-mllk churn will be asked. A monster petition of I
United
to be played. Chestnuts may \>e late or sweet chocolate tablets-or as many of the women of the .,
$ : roasted, and the one whose chestnu as in lumps of sugar orpure'rock States as will sign will be used in time
sugar
"pops" the first is the first to bi pure candy or barley sugar. Onlya of mediation, voicing the will of the and Retail Dealers In "
married. Another good idea is to have women that all internatienal controversies '
K number of "nuts to" crack." Take little of this should be eaten at a be adjusted by a tribunal of .

English walnuts) remove the meat, time and preferably should be eaten arbitration. The women of other nations GROCERIESWE :

and if wish them to be very gay after meals so that It will not spoil the will also be asked to join in the ,

rHr paint them you with gilt Write a funny natural appetite for other tblngs. worldwide crusade for peace. .'J
a ffi f+x n'A t Antis. /' !
little fortune in milk on ordinary paper I Mrs. Ruler Leads
_
d ,j-- I and tuck a both fortune halves into together each. VEGETABLE DOLLS. j The anti-suffragists will organizein . . . . . < . . 4'O ... 0000000. . . . ...
i aitta raw otaitxam.pawls" ihell. Then glue Vegetable dolls are very funny and Missouri immediately and establish .
Gather the children round the fire not hard to make. They may be usedas headquarters in St. Louis earlyin SELL: 0 4 WE BUY: 'JAI
J' are combined in theft deatignm. and tell them to crack these putt favors for choosing partners at a October, according to a statement '
BAY r
., the* trinkets. carefully. They will take out pieces dance or supper. Make two of a kind made by Mrs. Max Ruler, one of their HIDES, .
? ,ntastrated, here are a silk watch tot of paper that apparently have nothIng active leaders. ., *
for this GRAIN
tftor> wear in the walatcoat! pocket, atJafWeJed on them, but tell them to hold .reason. The sudden activity of the anti., according 4 FURS .
.
turnips, potatoes
ire mall apples,
fire and Choose
;: cross on a slender chain,andta the paper toward the open radishes. U Mrs. Ruler, is for the purpose FERTILIZERS, O .
I oat Jot necklace.: Jeweled tresses are hey; will see wonders. The mat maker ,.carrots Dress them beets,with bright bite of of opposing the suffragettes '0 WOOL .
each
and
4" visible
ho; milk writing who will submit their 4 .
'onsnlnc Into. fashion again. ehiher fortune comes into tight ribbon and colored or white paper 'I re1repdumpeltion. SHINGLES, .
/ the form or .
the public fit a
with cloye make .
napkins. Apples eyes .
aloud.'ORGANDIE' -
it
ihould read
1-: bright,, looking,_rotr i.cheeked Jassies nxt. .After-the establishment ORANGE BOXES, 0 AND .
An of headquarters auxiliaries : .
.,I. Tot Allen. WAISTCOATS.Waistcoats' peeping out from vnbonneta or boardbrimmed .
XA "i }: hat trimmed with chicken will I be organized,,throughout WRAPS. ALL .
ORANGE
i. Mrs.:','lies,.BoUsevain' has beeatdotdared ..* there are galoreand feathers. / \;; .J.\ ,j the counties,' Mrs.\ Ruler said. . .'
an alien, and her right to practlae lainty..vestees to Insert in'> implies 'J Carrots (;and parsnips rnake-'fine <, Mrs. Ruler said that antisuffragslem a- VEGETABLE CRATES, COUNTRY :*
).i 4t01 ta of NewYorkIfcatt jodiee of-sillc with the: fall and winter /dances and clowns.if tall fool's'' capsand la founded on the fbe1laf that the .

r "' 1b.enRehallea >She-had a *uifor < iaiUeur.,liThe very newest vestee is of stiff.dollars:! are'.applid.Y. Beetsand majority or the people are not in favor -> ,CRATE_ :' f'JAILS. . PRODUCE.5;:..
1 $1OOO against film"eompany be- o rgandley puffed C1"OIm.-t1l"what ii radishes nay be made very amusing ,-of 'tuff rag* \and > that, its existence , .. .
i '. effect- forin is harafnl'than' beneficial . ... ..s.. ....vW*+,
b aiuM of, legal services ia connectionwith all.d'th..' "Victorian I : as a bow of ribbon- man be tied inoro . .... . x ,. ..
," the, exhibition of, moving' piotaWi. early-Victoria,period(poffa were tfeth: lone, hairy,root,,making ; I.lCOk'? ai'far as.th.nromsWrwelfarwt' . .s. -r- ,,"

,"' and through' this challenge.she tIiII'a ; VSome. of ..thepuffed ilk. a pigtail' >r. eern.d.z -* --:. v' : MtVfeU sad k.rJut..ed. of aU Idids.I ,f.
""ProbablT.IOM.ty nit. .Tho-re*, ralstcoat*have MUe.button"'f dark "Varloos oxpreasiona mmy be obtained v tfHneo'there\i. no'anti( orgeniraUenIn !'(: Wo aipd.l .ttea&. Ie ... a.. s ,

.o* for docUrlng.her 'an'.alien Is th I illk'or, velvet down the front, bat bY jnkln1and'using cloves f ot'.ysa' . :Missouri there are no officer-Mrs.] 1'1'1'! w. gh dallv.ryb' sty d.lq. .gttlagNowat1Lia.Wt u', ",tA r '

\ ,t.p that bar hweband is still a dU..I these are only.for'yn ament, the real!, oi,galllle.a"t,+ MMAIIMC! s. Balersaid' If ah*s was M-o2-Mii willing to accept* to x't., -1f.'JI'rM....--u-_....... ,........ tMtif.f. .... ,.;'low .. .... tl'4 1J 1\\ a4jrlaa.a
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.: FLORIDA NEWS 4N n' PR.QPE ltY--P'AGF/' , :



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.. ,;173' 'Cars of Citrus Fruits .(IFARMERS'ANDrGROWEI9AY ROCK BALLASTING MRS. 'M'GOWANHELD Former: Banker Ends;: ,


{Rolled. To Market, Last Week' FLORIDAEAST'COAST Ltfe( Before: His Wife

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.-._ nnrB1rim.nh.: ... . fargeramlmntuf'huit; ;thaxi.any provious -: }: ". -" -:, :=.. BYlJIIRY :=Pei+sieel"ir-Mtro; ,; :E: =B'raireer,
j,I season as buyers and apeculat With rock ballasUnfc completed between former. president,, of the 'Penauola
Cars'' moved last week.;; ------173 'tore will not take hold and move the Key West and Titusville, and State Bank which failed several 1
Cars moved week before last__'. 82 crop owing to their inability to pre- : from Jacksonville\ to St. Augustine, * month ago and recently a dry good 1
Total cars moved to last'Saturday 319 ; dict future market conditions. Tallahassee Fla. Oct. 23.-Governor , there lack but-the completion of the PensacoluMrs.,. Florence McGowanf merchant' committed sucid: (in' his I

Jacksonville, Fla., Act: 23.-Grapefruit !, Park Trarnmelf! 'today issued the balasting between the Ancient city trained nurse of 'Mobile,. was indicted store Saturday' in the presence of his ,
is moving freely 173 cars going: On the EasE Coas recent rains also following ,address to the 'people of and the popular little town at the by the grand jury of the circuit wif', and employe by shooting.his j
have been" beneficial to the citrus
forward last week, compared to 82 I Florida head of Banana river to make the court on the charge of murder in the brain.out Brawner was recently acquitted -
the week There have crop. October, has been a wet month Florida East Coast railroad Flagler Wolfe of the. charge of 'misapplying: !
cars previous. first degree. By order of Judge
and !i. having its effect the fruitis To the'People of Florida: The rather -
been two cars of mixed oranges and as System he only rock ballasted rail she was placed In jail Saturday and funds of the bank of which 'he was. >
't filling put and increasing in size. wide spread disturbance in commercial --"
| road irf"Tlorida.Vice i .
and of president
grapefruit one car oranges denied bond pending trial, which probably I
and financial conditions which
movement is becoming quite
The
the Jacksonville market !I general President J.P. Beckwith said I
consigned to. I' wilt be during the present term
.
at all points along the East Coast have been experienced since tl.e outbreak .
duripg; the past week. The first solid- I that the work is being pushed and that of court. I Packing House at Arcadia to peL\:\,
as far North as Titusville. The Indian of the great European war have
of shipped to .the I( before many months have elapsed the Mrs.MeGowan shot and killed Buster ..
car oranges was
district' is its famous furnished forcible lesson Crutchfi.ld A Wool
River the mast ,
moving Arcadia Fla
now : I 90 milesof the entire line *
American Produce of "this remaining known I I
Company variety of grapefruit and the taught to the present generation that will be in fine shape. Brown, a well young man folk"have.a fine ,packing house her.,: I
city by E. B.consisted Peters of of Leesbxjrjr.the' Parson The Redlands are shipping ,heavily from 'agriculture is in. fact the foundation- I The comfort of passengers was the of the city, several months ago. The r John Pilkington, their Florida, rtprscntatlve *::;;,
shipment I Homestead Narana Goulds. Larkins of National and hooting occurred at the court house been in the the
store our greatness ha city" ,
first in this work
well Colored and thought doing for
Brown variety, fairly where Brown had been taken under I I
|and Cocoanut Grove. At Miami the prosperity, and that upon the proper the long tl'ett'h.between North Florida past week getting everything In shape i iI > I Ii
the'fruit to
nice very good sixes eating including, 150s. ,running 176s and packing houses, in some instances, are protection and development of our' various and the city on the keys is natur arrest having to stand induced trial Mr on,. the McGowan's chargeof .I I i for the coming season, which wU'\.':\> ]
working over time. At Buena 'Vista agricultural interests dependsthe about 1. <
All kinds of dust open NovemberS
: ally a dusty on.s.
:216s. sixteen year'old daughter to spend thenight _
the fruit is in the welfare of all *
coming and ,
rapidly
our people.
i mediums have been tried but r ,
The heavy distributors will\ beginahipping : I laying with him in a local hotel, The ',
oranges this week in a small packing houses present a busy scene. I It is proper and needful, therefore, without real success and then the girt came to Pensacola from Bluff 10 CENT "CASCARETS"
way and it is expected that quite a There is considerable discussion that all citizens inbued with public company decided it would settle the Springs to spend the day with some FOR LIVER'; AND BOWELS#
number of care will roll as there iso among the growers as to the proper spirit and with regard, for the future I' matter-and the dust-for all time, friends and met Brown. She missed -. -
i doubt that in some section of the marketing of citrus fruit boxes, as to advancement of our 'state and our and do it in a manner that would also the train on which her friends were
I j jBiliousness
i Ifeadaehe..Constlpalion.i
; te the early varieties will\ stand the the number and size of fruit contain-'country, as well as for the material add to the lif? of the ties, enable fas- returning home and it was then. It Cure Sick "
lit required by law. There is a good ed. At the Citrus seminar at Gaine-- interest of the particular section in tar schedules to be maintained, and'' was charged, that he Induced the girlto Sour Stomach ,Bad' "

mand and it in expected that a vill, R. E. Rose, state chemist, which they live, should' be zealous and lessen'< the cost of upkeep in the'ertti. I' go with him to a hotel for the night "Breath-Candy Cathartic. .' ),,ls;
-number of cars will be shipped duringthe brought up the cnestion. The new law untiring in the promotion: of all move Miami rock is used and this, when Brown proposed when he was arraigned '.'
latter part of October. calls for a statement of weight, meas- ments well designed to benefit our varied crushed'< and packed between the' ties for trief, that he rharry''...th* No odds how bad your llver; *tom; \
There has been a heavy rainfall\ in'' ure or numerical count of any. package agricultural, horticultural and and rails, hardens to an almost'< cement': girl, anoTIf: was then" Mrs.'Mc." ash of bo well; how much your head '

almost every citrus fruit bearing sec : containing food products.It trucking industries.Over consistency making an ideal ballast! Gowan drew a revolver from her hand aches, how Miserable you ar! .from
tion of the state which has aided the I is the intepretation of the law six weeks ago, when the effects free from dust, preserving the wood I|I satchel and fired three shots, two of constipation. biliousnesa. :
fruit mature. There have been many that the growers and shippers are at of the European war first beganto of the ties to such an extent-that the which took effect and caused Brown's and sluggish bowels-you get
cool nights; which is a great factor variance. Some believe that a label be felt in the scarcity of many ordinary average life of the tics will be extenI I death. The unwritten law will\ be Mrs. I relief with Cascaret. always ' "

in I putting the right color on both oranges declaring the net count, and the average commodities and in the rapidly ded to seven or more years, and act- McGowan's defense. 'She is to be ar- diately cleans and regulate the atom ..,.
and grapefruit. diameter, will be sufficient.: I I advancing prices of many articles of ing as a binder for the track. j raigned Monday befor Judge Wolfe ach, rmov-th sour, fermenting food .
There are fewer buyers in the state But others hold that the labels must food, I issued an address to the farmers when the date of heftraii will be and foul gases; take the excess' bile ''
this season than ever before. This is give the count, and state the sizes as of 'Florida and to all citizens of TOM JUNIOR LYNCHED :; fixed. from the liver and carry off the constipated ., r.f
no doubt due by the unsettled financial "not less than" the diameter of the the state who own or control lands BY LAKE CITY MOB. waste matter and poison :
condition of the country. Very smallest orange. The growers and urging that they make arrangementsfor EXPECT OVERFLOW from the intestine and bow*!*. 'A.%.
fruit and shippers have called for meetings in the planting and cultivation of as box from ''.wtU
few will buy on speculation, Lake City.-Last Saturdl,v.night at ,, 10-cent your druggist j
as a result where fruit is bought outright different sections of the state at extensive! fall food crops as circumstances about 6 o'clock a negro by the name I CROWD IN ORLANDO. : keep"your liver and bowels ',cleanj\, .| .
the amount generally is small which this question will be thoroughly would permit, to the end that of Tom Junior was arrested at Gum stomach sweet and head clear, for.1 I'I'I
with only one or two cars rolling. This discussed and action decided, upon.- there may be an abundance of such'< Swamp by the constable from districtNo. I Orlando.-An overflow crowd is I months. They work while you'lep. if

may necessitate the. consigning_ of a The Packer ___._ __ produce raised by our home people for 8 and taken in an automobile before confidently expected In Orlando the - .. .'" , :,
n home consumption and for sale m"other Mrs. Robinson, who positively roming season as indictaed by letters
maikets. I endeavored in that communication which aredaily received at the city.
\ identified him an being the negro who
Citrus Canker Can Be Wiped to point out the great ma- shot and seriously; wounded her on |meat office. From all parts of the "

I terial advantages which would certainly Wednesday. The party then, being ,('ountry hundreds of people are headed'or If YOU Are'

Out Now; Delay Fatal to Trees accrue through such actiMtiesVny Hure.they had the right man, startedfor )Florida and many new homes aren .
I soon thereafter, I again addressed this (city to lodge the prisoner readiness for renters or buyers. Ita
I the people of Florida urging in jail. But before they reached here I hoped that all who reach this city
The necessity for prompt action and that each citizen who could afford to the news had spread by telephone anda nay find a stopping plaoe and be comfortably -

ready response on the part of the I I do so, go into the market at once and large posse of determined men re- housed for the.. fall. THINKING OF BUILDING 'A', >
and the allied ---
,
Forward. growers particularly buy l from f HI mots unable tt hold, one lieved the party of the negro and r

Column common industries with whose the citrus interests fruit industry are in', I or'more bales of cotton, paying ther- strung him up and riddled him with Only One "BROMO <>UININB" HOUSE OF ANY KIND LET ;
for not less: than ten cents per pound. Tom Junior is the who
bullets.
is pointed out, by I). C. Gillett. Mr. I also urged the people to organizelocal first suspected of committing negro the ro set the genuine, cell .for lull name, I.AXAriVKBROMOQUlNINK. ME FIGURES WITH YOU. \

FRESH REPORTS OF PROGRESS; Gillett, in Tampa andJefferspn Thomas ; and county associations!'< or clubs was prime. 8. W. CROVK. Cures a Cold I"ooklor.lzaatur\o/In On* U a,.. Steps
FROM TilE ADVANCING.STATE in Jacksonivlle, are working to secure for the purpose of simulating the south: and beidach. and work. oil cold. 22%, '
OF FLORIDA. the $50,000 fund to fight the citrus -I. purchase and holding of cotton until Citrus Fruit Shipments.Fort I AM PREPARED TO TUH-

cankers and eradicate it from the i I the market regained its normal condition ..OOOOOOOO OOOO.O OOOOOOO.OM. NISH PLANS AND, 'ESTIMATES ., '
of Florida. Fla. The packing
new
:
groves could Meyers
Tampa has received a I I and the commodity command
Tampa.of forty-eight thousand bajrif "One hundred dollars\ could have absolutely -I I its proper price in the marketsof house of the Florida Citrus Exchange TILLER 'AT ROCK; BOTTOM,
shipment to be distributed for build wiped out the*white fly, whenit the world. shipped its first car of grapefruit .
0 fI cement was first discovered in the state," ,I note October 3. There is considerable work PRICES. ,J f ,
and vicinity. It has ben gratifying to
ing purposes in Tampa Mr. Gillett said. "Now many thousands !that considerable very interest has been to be done yet before the house is Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNN1. ....:...

Manatee.-A company has been of dollars are spent each year, 'manifested throughout the state in entirely.completed but the contractorsare ..... ". 1
formed infanal.eoe for the purposeof not in exterminating the white fly, I the diversification of crops, and that working night and day to get the "

quarrying rock from a large quarry but in combating it. Any insect or I I the "Buy a Bale of Cotton" movjBijient machinery in working order. The first Realty bought and sold. W.HARNOLD'
disease that is now being fought, in fruit to move came from the grove of
near that place. has hearty support in many Calos- Houses rented. ", ,, .
the state of Florida, by the orange 'sections of the country. The situation laugh McDonald, Jr.. on the
Galnesville.-Fa.ir.--Alachua county and grapefruit growers"could at one I which now confronts us is ohe which sahatchhee river. The packing house Taxes'paid and TItle." verified . . .....1CAafrt'rlOri fart, ottdert.'i i r'

Fair Association let contract to time have been destroyed by a small presents the greatest opportunity ever now employs a froce of 20 men. for non-residents. a

erect two additional buildings. expenditure, compared to what the offered to our people to extending and Early Movement of Vegetables. FIre; Life and Accident Insuranee. .' KISSlMMEE FLA.:',
cost has been since. their agricultural interestsand . '
improivng Plant Fla-The-shipments of '
City,
Bartow.-City voted $75,000 bondsto "In April, when the citrus cankerwas it calls for the Mst thought and vegetables have started three weeks '' Bonds. (124 Stunner. sC'Phw.
construct street paving. first found in Florida, I am satisfied the wlset action on ,the' part, of our. ,arllen+'than usual this season" Large Indemnity:, ., :. ... ../......, .- ,:'XII.Ktl.: .. :l4o. "J'

', $10,000 could have exterminated entire citizenship in-rising to the em., quantities of beans, cucumbers eggplants .. .... ...
,
Bartow.-Polk county contemplate it ,entirely.'Now '$50,000, at least, is ergency and taking, advantagetof the and okra have started. The to. "j. !:x.
needed to do'it, and :with the wonder, offered.' It lava time "
12 mile road betWeen,,Winy opportunities to and IncludIng -
Improving tai shipments up +
: express ,* ift > .1't'
.
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ter lIaten and Bartow. ful rapidity that it spreads. anothersix when. mutual 'aid and 'co- pueratlonaile. Saturday; Oetobersl0'were'589 -0, "', "?
months' delay may put It.beyondthe needed in every section, and, If 'crates of ve etablell' and '26 boxes of ,.
Bradenlown.-City will construct' bounds of reason. The fight must freely and unselfishly given, the reward grapefruit Both the fruit and vegetable SCHNARR'S Insecticide:'SPRAY: *",
sidewalks on Sarasota Illinois, Mary- be made now, and the growers of the will be abundant. movementwill be very heavy. ,

land, Richland and Ohio avenues, and state, railroads and banks, the crate To this end it has seemed proper by--November 1. Kill every Wiltfly., La......., Seal. Rust-Hit and JUd" a leer that i. : yrl,
Harris and Stockbridge streets. manufacturers and all who are benefited that I might suggest a common day hit. Removes ooty mold and Insure h.althy tree anil aright fruit. F( "
by the citrus fruit industry for the holding of meetings in each St. Johns 'county will soon have a Agent tor Bean and Niagara Power Sprayers and Hand Pumps.-Alao {
-
Clearwater.-City voted $75,000 must 'respond 'now. : county of the state by all persons interested fine brick highway from one end of Stat agents for Niagara Brand Solubl Sulphur.. .
bonds for municipal improvements '1\1' "I am glad to say that the campaign directly or indirectly in farm- the county to the other. Quantities of J. SCHNARR COMPANY. ORLANDO VXOBIDA.ekaarr .
follows: Street paving $15.000: sew ** Iaw tlcld* Will Nt !.)... .b. Wait..T aq.,, {
against the citrus canker is well ing, fruit growing; or trucking, and I crick have been distributed along the
erage system extension; $18,000; wa- begun, and is being successfully wag 'I therefore designate, Saturday November right; of way, and work has begun. .
'
tee works extension, $8,000; drainnec, ed. A fine start was made toward the 7, 1914 as Farmers' and Growers'Day ;: : 'r

5,000; public park improvement $::1.- | $50,000 required the other day at the I I throughout the State of Florida; ing and advancing their interests, .- -'" -.. . ." ;
000; purchase'< and improvement ro-1 of i I meeting of the citrus fruit growers in I and I respectfully. and urgently request and arousing and stimulating interestin ;
water front properly. $15.000: the llillsboro hotel. As a starter $10- that in each county or where all measuref affecting B
demptioh | of ""tRtamlintr indebtedness OOO was pledged there, and this I it is deemed advisable, in each localitythe perity of their respective localities .
-11,000; .1. Jeffords, Mayor amount has !since been increased by farmers and growers and citizens as well as to all\ matters affectig .
St. pnter..hurJ-Tampa & Gulf; the committee to about $17,000. There I generally gather at convenient places the general welfare of: the state. BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES :

Coast Rv., is reported an to builil, l: must be no halt now, until the citrus' and give careful thought and discussion '<- PARK TRAMMELL, "

general hops at St Prtprshmtr.! including cankers is completely destroyed." to ways and means of protect- Governor. t

roiindhousiblacksmith tnop,
car: repair i.hop and ; pint shop GOVERNOR TRAMMELL
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"t. Andrew St Andrews. lay Hv Yellow Pi el"
& Terminal f'" ,i I ii'lHinf% f">.n n'I'I
.
.... connection w ''n tSp Atlanta & 'I.' APPEALS FOR FUNDSTallahassee ,

.10 Andrews Bay Ry., near Panama City, i 41'
:Itmif..s long (including.
line about
a I Fla., Oct. 23.Governor -
a Y) to St Andrews.
Park Trammell) today issued the

i '/I Terra C"ia.-Atlantic Coast Line I following appeal to the citizens of EVERYTHING-
:' Ry., is reported to erect passenger'< and Florida for further assistance in pro-
y freight station. viding funds for carrying out the
campaign for the extermination of A Longer Season For
Analarhi'ola.ppdal!! tax school ) the citrus canker to a successful Con

,' district No.2. Franklin county, voted ,, clusion. TO BUILD YOUR HOUSE 71f
; $30,000 bonds to erect and equip I ."To the Citizens of Florida: About ; Florida Citrus FruitsHeretofore I :
I the
school.! three weeks ago I appealed to ...
'
.' :: bonds)I citizens of the citrus belt especiallyto Florida fruits have had too short a season. The ''t
.
Vernon -City voted $30,000 organize and give their moral and
to erect school; W. T. Home, Secy. financial assistance to the fight to exterminate fine prices usually secured for late oranges and grapefruit couldbe -WE HAVE IT

Board of Public Instruction. the citrus canker which had on a much larger volume of fruit than the State now 1 I

had been found in a limited territoryon markets and for 'II'
: Crooked Lake.-Crooked Lake Development a longer period.BuckeyeNluserieshaveurged and all of 'h
We are fully equipped manufacture grades ;:
\the lower East Coast.
Mich. will de- varieties for I
Co.. Detroit, the planting of late '
townsite "The campaign for the eradicationof lumber-roulfh and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring,Siding, Doors, \,
for
about 4200 acres
of the Sta
velop of the e
this disease continues to be carriedon Many most prosperous growers \
and growing citrus fruits; W. B. McLaughlin their I Sash Shingles Lat Window and Door Frames Moulding 9
I'" and the conditions are being rap- owe success to this advice. The best late oranges and :

r \ Prest.Lakeland.City- idly improved. I am informed, how grapefruit were introduced by Buckeye Nurseries. of all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress: Lumber. w 11\
lR voted $51,000 ever, that funds are badly needed, I
also line of Brick Lime Cement Paints ;
We complete
'bondsjto improve and enlarge fire deiR and for this reason I wish again to carry a ,
W partment. appeal to the people of the great citrus Buckeye Nurseries Catalog j Varnishes and Glass.. We are able to to furnish youeery.s
,. '::7 belt to form local associations and
i ff Green Springs.'< -Geo. Booth contemplates raise funds to assist in the work of Plant j thing for your house or your barn, from ground, to roof. .
Tells What to
: I erecting hetel; three stories preventing a spread of this dangerous I
brick; banking quarters"and disease to the citrus fruit trees and t
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", Also it Rive*aunestion*for electing location aad on every
first floor. eradication of it in
for the guide '
stores on complete phase of citrus fruit culture. It is a completa success and all its
Tavares.-Tavares Hotel Co., or- where the small it exists.and restricted territory advice has been tried out ia the experience of successful growers. r Send for Free EstimateWe

ganized; proposes remodeling Abrams "It is believed that if the funds Varieties* described: in detail; many of them are illustrated in natural .
Operahouse building for hotel; costa the colors. Some of the best (roves of the Stat ar*pictured to show proper J
11, with which to on campaign '
; $29,000. carry in a short while methods of planting, cultivation fertilization;;spraying, book etc. ..,; '!t .. ,
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1orthcominf'the disease will be Too expensive to permit of indiscriminate distribution the free to ,will be'' t cWou Price and Estimates FREE' ":
glad
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Hilieborougrh county already all intending planter 'You: will be welcome to ft copy if.yott' write for .. ,
the disease :: ,
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this 'year. spent $340,61638. for brick will spread and greatly injure-our while we bay*a,supply( ,pa hand,-.edition is,iimir d. Contractors Estimates f f> ;D uMJm. receiVcj pn.Jt IIgld'IM.1f } :

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t' Dili Canning A Preserving "Dr. E. W. Berger; State Nursery I "J" -; .... '
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Co., stock $50,000, will Inspector at Gainesville, Flat has, '; ?t11xt01i zNrf: $IA 1sa'mLnglra. It" '" .

t' operate plant lately noted organized; charge 0/ the situation for the: state,I "" ..'f.IUC.J'LA. .. ; + YeIlOWjJ BpI G" .
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[TREATMENT Three Whites ConvictedFor [TAMPA SOCIALISTS, ;r i \ Anticipate, Fla.-Truckers a Banner Crop.are busy I IVauchula. r In do New military Zeland drill all males from are 13 obligedto to 21 .

planting fall crops, including beans, years of age, and schools are requiredto
I RULED OFF cucumbers and The withhold scholarship grants from
Two Blacks" BALLOT pears. vegetablecrop
Killing will amount to several thousand any student who cannot prove that
he has complied with the provision
z TUBERCULOSIS acres and be the largest ever plantedin
I Tampa. That of a drill.
Socialists
are not DeSoto county. Weather conditions
Blountstown, Fla.-Notwithstanding (I Three white men Ben McDaniel B.
,entitlto have the names of their have been most favorable and it is
IM.
; the popular belief that no white 1 'Franklin and Math Davis, all
man will be convicted by a jury of I young men and well connected were I candidates printed on the official ballots believed the coming season will be a How To CBve Quinine To Children.
.,Fresh, dean'air is the best antidote for the election of November 3, banner one for the truckers.
white in Florida for the unlawful Sheriff McKeown and .
men | suspected by FEBRH.INR Is the trsdemsrk: name sji en to aa
for tuberculosis ineTe1'7 as they did not meet the requirementsof Improved Quinine 't is a Tsstcles. Syrup' .pleasant
pulmonary killing of a negro, three white ilodff" in jail. /
the Bryan primary law, was the Passports issued to balloon pilots to t.k:. and43o Dot disturb the stomach.
f step of its development men in Calhoun county have been convicted later in the t tame day another negro .opinion rendered to the ComI and aeroplanists by the Austrian Aero Children take: it ato never. know: It Is Quinine.
of murder in the second degreefor supposed to have been a witnessof County Also especially ...spted to adults who cannot .
''ItI; i ,isn't a cure for the advanced of Also I missoners yesterday by Attorney Do- Club are worded in fifteen languages, take ordinary Ouininr. Does not nsuscste nor
the killing two the first Killing, was found to be
claims that-but intb. negroes. ; I izier DeVane. Mr. DeVane declared as persons starting aerial journeys in cause nervousness norrlnvinv in the hesd. Try H'
age* -no one this is an example of justice promptly missing.- A searching party, which included Austria land Itthenezttlm. you need QuTcia* for ..nrparpose. .
.i .earlier approach of the disease it meted out by the courts, which is the state's attorney and other ''that the legislature had ample power may among persons Ask: for Bounce origins! package.: The
to pass laws regulating elections speaking any one of as many tongues. sum FEBRJLJNK>: is blown in bo I,may ward it off and effect a practical something else "new under the sun. lawyers, was quickly organized, anda and that the law had BUS-I
Bryan been
When circuit court for the Ninth brief search located the body in a i
re., rained by the courts. The law !
Bryan
judicial circuit court of Florida con '1'hole- in the same creek. The state attorney '
\'sg4 has been said by high authority ] requires all parties polling five percent
vened in the town of Blountstown in I was one of the men to go: into
that'one-person in every seven is af- the little of Calhoun week and the of the total votes to''enter the
county a the water drag out horribly
ffected-by this .disease at some time ago last Monday, all was serene the'' mutilated body. primary for the selection of their can- eeesD. G. WHBHER G IRIHQCE HGEHCL.
lie dates.
that would be
kin his the
veaJed by post mortem scars examination.In re-. grand jury completed its work in three I' By this time public sentiment in In a statement issued by W. L | .
days, and the court expected to clear the community was to the
a large number of such cases the fade Murrell. chairman, and Sam Ro t rs."ecrf'tary Y
the docket within the two lines in thepeople's
statutory point where color
I Successor Arthur E.
[ vitality of the individual and the of the Socialist Campaign !'I to Donegan Agency
weeks Judge 11.I J. Jones was on the idea of justice and the determination a
roper care are sufficient to counteract bench and States Attorney Rivers II'I l of the state attorney to bring Committee of Hillsborough; county, it' Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Phone 246
the advance of the disease be- is declared that Mr. DeVane's opinion I
Buford looked after the interests about conviction of the guilty
a par- i
yond'the: beginnings. the people. All the lawyers from ties, met with a hearty second on the will not end the party's efforts to j ,
Ll'It is established fact that fresh ,elect its candidates, inasmuch as the | General Insurance Business and seat
an rianna were present, as is the Ma'j part of the public. representing: the strongest
law allows all voters to the
air, uncontaminated by the poisons and the local hotels all was merry Some of the best legal talent of supply on 1 Reliable .
that float about us everywhere in theenvironments ter the day's work, but on west Florida was arrayed on the opposing ballot with which pencil the names of companies.We "
wish to vote for
of what we call our day morning it was found that Eunie sides of the prosecution and de candidates they I
will continue the Business of the Arthur E.
and who do not there. By giving Donegan Agency
highest, civilization is the best appear
pre- Johnson, a good negro residing five fense. A battle royal.began which resulted t'
tentative o(' diseases in general. The publicity to the names of the So- without change Tour ia respectfully solicited.'Woman's .
miles north of Blountatown, had been in the conviction of the three patronage .j
cialist candidates the Socilalists hope'to '
works destruction killed and his body thrown into a deep white .men above named for murderin f
bodyvarieties number of \bters to do 1I'
of disease germs, creek .a short distance from town. the second degree.o.ooo.oo.o.oooooo.o.. get a large '
and particularly I. this true of tuber- this.The \I'
.alosiL' I Socialist committee's statement
: . ..0000000000.\.0.: ..: says: "We shall appeal not only to Socialist I
*' -. "Cheap Treat ESfl I. 0 electors but also to Republicans,
The fresh air treatment baa many 4 UNION CENTER 0 0 CAMPBELL. 0 Progressives and Democrats who are Club'By }
advantares. It is cheap-cheaper 0 0 0 0 opposed to this attempt of the Demo- Bargain
titan drugs-it is within the reach of I i . . . . . . . . ... . .. .. ...00.0000000000000.0000. cratic! machine to disfranchise a large

all and it becomes merely a matter of t I Dr. Funk and wife arrived from Mr. Dock Davis was in this city number of law abiding citizen. For ,

reeoinlxing the f.et.D of applyingIR Ohio last Saturday to spend the win- Tuesday.; the past few weeks we have received +
-. : obstruction that prevents of at the polls fortunate with the publishers of f the
Every ter here.I Mr. Son Sylvester and family many promises support a very arrangement one- *
...' free circulation of the out-door I,I Mrs. McKee and daughter, Miss moved to the country this week. from non-Socialists who are indignantat most popular magazines for women and the home, we are enabledto

; to our living, whether we areor ef I 1 Ella, spent, Sunday with. Mrs. Jeff. Misses Flossie Bryant and Ernestine the attempt of the "Old Guard"" to offer you McCALL'S MAGAZINE? twelve months (and one free
asleep lessens the active Barber. Brown went horse back riding Sunday perpetuate regime of misrule
McCALL dress with unexcelled home
of the This fact has pattern), our own paper, aa a
cure.
,y I I Miss Keene is. visiting her deter, -. f
medical science to for all the family-at a special reduced club price that will save .
recognized by ,Mrs.,GaUin.- c Mr. J.: ;Y. Morrison made *.' business paper .
.__ extent that large sums of money i: Brother Wyandt, Mr. and Mrs. A. trip to Tampa Saturday.. SOUTHERN GUTSRAILWAY .' you money and afford you a Yealtb.of wholesome entertainment. r
appropriated for the erection of great*D. Story Mr. Aaron Story and Mr. Mr. Bert Garrett purchased a new valuable information and interesting, up-to-the-minute
anitariuras for the treatment of the Everett Smith enjoyed a splendid din Ford car last week.
SERVICE THE VALLEY GAZETTE
dihaee. . remain unexpended in more' ner at the G. B. Lawson home Sun- Miss Ernestine Brown was a guest Published Friday for 1,50
one northern state. every one year,
than da)". at Miss Bessie Garrett' Sunday. MeCALL'S MAGAZINE 1 X

.: ,Ia the great federal prison at Atlanta Friends of Mr. Ira Wetherbee will\ Prof. Bellnap will begin school here Washington D. C.-"Owing to ma- X Monthly for one year, including foil A
all tubercular patients are separated regret to learn that he is still quite next Monday, October 26, 1914. terial and progressive decreases in FREE Pattern BOTH

from their fellow prisoners ill. Here's wishing him a speedy recovery Mr. H. L. Overstreet gave a log the volume of traffic" the Southern SuMc ...._Mill,,"i.rr.n.uW. Wrlfc.rcoHWcAto....
and are made to live in the open air, rolling Friday and ,an entertainmentthat railway hag decided to temporarilycurtail

.' In tents, under guard within the walls Mr. Lloyd Harvey visited home. night.. its passenger train service. The Me Call'. Magazine it loved by more than Do Not Miss This Money-
ie that surround the'lnetitution. The re- folks last Sunday. Mr. 1. M. Lanier and C. S. Acree decision was reached after conferenceswith 1,2OOOOO American Women

.smite have been a splendid demonstration Mr. C. H. Funk is shipping egg made a business trip to Tampa Thurs- state railroad commissions and Saving Opportunity

('; of the value of the treatment. plant this week. day, last. the change will be effective Monday. became McCALL'S it their home helper
%' There are hundreds and thousands Miss Evelyn Smith visited Mrs. C. Mrs Winle Howard, of Loughman, President Fairfax Harrison in a I
of person in humble circumstances H. Funk and Mrs. McClain last Thursday visjted her mother last week. statement announcing the retrench- bringing every month 64 to 136 big pagea (all NfCALLS: MAGAZINE

!J ; rho fear even the incipient'' case of "afternoon. Mr. W. A. Burroughs and family ment plan, said that in cancellationof attractively illuatrated and printed; on fine

P, tuberculosis as the forerunner of certain Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tison and children moved to Kissimmee last week. trains those had been selected quality paper) brirtiful of valuable information

::4, death. To some extent, this fear'j and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tison Mrs. Charles Bronson is visitingher "which it is thought can be removed on clothe., house-keeping pure food recIpe.,

F" Js unnecessary for with the easy avail- motored out from town Sundny and daughter-in-law Mrs. Alex Bron- without affecting the actual requirements cooking, entertaining health baby beauty 'J
ability of fresh air( there is the possibility attended services at East Lake school son, this week. of local travel under existing .
even, in some cases, the probability -' house. Mrs. B. C. Basil returned home last conditions." etiquette plain and fancy needle work embroidery .

of a cure. I Aaron Story went to Frost Proof ,week after a few days visit with her "This as a disagreeable duty* continues home drtma.making home millinery lEco : ,

;1'Two things are essential-one is tow 1 Monday to visit relatives. i daughter.j . the Statement, "in 'the per- and home decoration;
'secure so 'far as possible, the welfare Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barber visited formance of which the manegement of '

01; the patient; the other, to pro- Mr. and M.rs. C. M. Smith Sunday af- j Some Fine Grape Fruit. the Southern Railway company asks because McCALL'S is their f..hion authority G .t fIf /!'

s' i ted those who are about him. ternoon.Dr. the understanding and patient cooperation and guide in correct dress(for themselvea and :
Funk last Mon- Miama' Fla.-The Peacock & Rice .
purchased a car 1 of the people of the south.
l Safer Out of Doors. Grove children),showing over 5Cnewdeaign.of( latest :
house at Coacoanut ,
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\\s day. { packing I "The changes have all been carefully -
Tuberculosis is very rarely com- his has been handling a large amount of styles monthly and telling what to wear and
Mr. Arthur Haye is visiting i considered so as to cause a min- Dhyt '
;t'municated in open air, and there only mtoher for a few days. ':fine grapefruit. All of the early shipments imum of inconvenience. Arrangements and how to make it at least expense; y ;{: y

,by dry. sputum. This makes association were inspected by N. ,O. Penny, have been made which whereby trains

with the patient by those who attend 00460 0000 0040 04040884844 I fruit inspector, who pronounced the will make all stops now being made because: McCALL'S is more than a magazine Monthly,A:to iAd Onae.bntraeN '..
? him, safer out of doors than within 0 0 fruit good enough for anybody. to eat. by 'the trains to be discontinued. more than a fashion authority and household ( '(ubC11nt'ht'* "

a; solid. walla. 0 KENANSVILLE. .. 0 1 "Restoration of present service and guide-because McCALL'S i is real FRIEND FREE McCAU- PATTERN :,
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j Few families or persons are so poor Big Increase of Tomatoes. hjih wlnrrder' tar tills "VomavT "
4 4 additions will be made from time to and INSPIRATION all who Out may ,,,,,,,"*, tom her flrat copy ol I
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ky'th at they cannot provide a tent or conditions to women appre- Mil. S m-rlved' ne ol the ctlrhratexjivalu '
40046 0044 040000004000840 time as may justify. :: II', : ,. '1 I
.+-other'protectton'ia the yard surroundIng : 4 I Ferrinet Fa.-Mercher & Wood, cmte the best in magazine reading-the best in M ,.11 > P."rn. IRPP I 1VJ l t. "
arnrtmr l card direct< TTt
- a |xn' rpu." to
: the home or in some easily accessible The South Florida and Gulf HailroadCompany's who own a' tract of Nand at Tropics, Pile*-Cured In-6 to H Days tories. and articles to entertain and' the best in York MgCall City CumiMny.N Y. .t a*>ln".-.t 37th S...... New -
The essential is that the | have made arrangements to plant 200 > "
place. engine No. I arrived here Yonr dm tlBt will refund If PAZOOINTMENT practical: department suggesting ways to Plr.t, tend me my FRPP M air' *snail have free circulation and Saturday night for service on their acres in tomatoes this fait and next islls to cure yme1Y: Itching, PATTI RN. t'
v! protection is.needed only against rain line from Kenansville to .spring they expect to setout a largeacreage Blind Pleediar or Protruding Piles In 6to 14 days. economize to earn money at home, to lighten Nu miter l Sire _' w ".
'or the hot sun. In the 'tent, which The construction work is progressing Bastenger.{ of grapefruit.. The flrst application give Hase and Re.t. Soc burdens aad to malse life more worth while. 1Menlln.aumbr.ad not in '.. cat ,;7 ':

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should be 'floored and furnished com
nicely under Mr. C. H. Armstrong. OLD FRIENDSJ NEW FRIENDS! NOW
but not elaborately the IS THE TIME.
pa-
fortably Parties from the Kissimmee( Valley 1 1Construction'
sleep and live. Here hi. the Send $1.50 at Once, for the Wonan'i Bargain Club"
camp say company to
should be eaten and not with
meals Woman Suffers 26 Years
Florida
has laid the rail for the F. E. C., K.
?. 'the family...The linen of his bed'and V. extension into the city of Okee- .

I" ;his clothing from that should of be the washed family aeparately and- chobee. They have some surfacing to The Gazette Kissimmee -
', do the road will be for f Valley
and ready
now
should be taken for ,
.very the protection precaution of others. service. |'r And Is At Last Given Relief a.

.< In thla'way the tubercular patient Mr. J. H. C :ner'. concrete build- ,
i :.i have the benefit of home cook lag on FlagUr avenue is nearing completion 1 _
may ?One has been rented for Use This COUPON Now the"Woman's
tog", (ref home an; his mind may bee room I i your medicine. I wa a stomach sofferer for
,occupied with home interests, and theaetiiel a drug store, which will share room. : Swift Relief F Stomach Ilia Found for 26 years and this is the only
occupation and diversion fromkewntroubles with the poetofflee. i j I which '
BARGAIN
remedy brought results to me. Club"To
are no smaH part of Mr. W. ,:XT. Brock, representing the I By Mra. Pettia, ,of Ybor Ctty.Mr .

. yet.his. separa- McNair; Lumber Company,: of.Jacksonville :!l "That same tort the of experience'at is- *t .
general Mayr'sWonderful
users
tile from other such tubercular aisociauan patients, as inU.a.detrimental is Brock is, from WM ,lore Sanford last and ; .. T, S. Petfia,'of.Ybor cfij,:'Fl.; among Stomach Remedy The first The Valley Gazette. Date____-_______________ ,

.-.k.rium : ; infla- day torO ...daoMe. weekMr"1 offered for more' than twenty-five dose convince It U known all overthe'nation''because Kissimmee, JFla.:- ::
i ; of merit.
its
The F.'E: c;;'paint gang .. y..n"with atom ch trouWe*'. She hailed
We wait all who have chronic
people I
endow $130.. for which .
Th.4 treatments of tubereuloit' way new and will do the painting for ''a aedentary1'' life sad diarertfotronhlea troubl. please send me the. "Woman' Bargain

<' .. saturation, in. fresh the company to and including. Oks*. revolted.. .. ".. no stomach matter of how long or constipation standing, to, dub, a* advertised by you. .
tbe< resource of the chobee before returning 'to the!,.main
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',.... : She took .MayrV: Woiiderfnl: :Stenv try enev" dose .Mayr's [Wonderful

w th outdd.dwhMi.- Une.l'" c. y... a w I i': 'I '.I mch Remedy:8D4.,reeeiyed.Inmediat* Stemaeh Remedy--one' dose win convince NANE ___________-.______-___-, ______.____________

A .of.the-value;of "A. JL'.pe t* RepceceaChs.i Jt C.s benefit.She hail; written an tnteretiivfletter ;you. ...This'Is ,the' .medicine. so .
._. many-ef'our.people'have been taking -
.'. coDdiUonasivOfl . +- .J1aL_ .L B.-.w J :L i"Orlando expert -I_ ,-to which the "71\' *- -' 'with surprisingreaultsvThe. ..moat. .,S ..rY. ___....__....,______.________ SfAT'I:.'.._____---_, .. ".
fri.rhUaei "at'u.: .
n waderftilr.-; : .i* dtras fruit shipping, will '. .,
results at flrrt.' I am at the Mayr'a .wonderful Stomach Ran.ed7.tII e
delighted
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reeent Chase"\A Co tits Lft. F."D5 'Doz& I Y ,
figure're- at
:;.''t- dosing rf> the; eftrea, easom.' ; petal J improvement told \ma>r' ifrlmy la" ay+ tfogs.latetaeM''of eoudiUoru have aoa.. .new. Mid 'lIere. .by" J.*Z'' Lobe:..) r. '- ',,-- !., .. ,er.tor--....' ....,.. '.>.'.....'nI" ., '.. .. .. ._ .,. -rJ;

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Proceedings of the State and Co. Conv.---_. hOC Whereas The Legislature of ttlt bereby agreed to and ball I '. l ,
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Jel..,. Wagon' Works..supplies t. tinder th* Constitution of 1111. ot th b* proposed and ubmlttd to the .lotor OrraltNOTICE C..r' -. n. J.dIsM
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W. a. McClelland axle "1'0".... 1..1 Resolutions proposing amendment to at the next general election I. caoeery. .
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I1 Commissioners .A.rthurnwairen. fish for road 'th Constltutlon-of the State of Florida hereafter that I* to say said Section WORK A SPECIALTY .

County ..ang.... .-.. ._ .-,-. _..... t.(0 *.. and the .am. wer agreed to by a'.01'1. of said Article sball 'b. ,amended ,OF'FREBDKAlJBRllcato PETITION TO BB .' . .,
Randolph Toun.. supplies to roada.ng.t rot of thr4-Hfth of all the rasmber .o a. to read as follows A 21 "MabbetU Strort. ..
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I..lmme8t.J1&.5)Ct. U" ...... f all t< .:
__ }< "Arr lU'A.btitfli read work. -- .oaatd-JoInt.t..H..n' -rwisn:rtered -Ste-te-&haU' btr Tntd-. a:1: Snprsina : :
:j
-.--".:.-"-& '**-.-.>*- Gem-*=- : Warren guard ........ _-. -"y.yy''Xfthur :M upon their respeotlv Journal Court Circuit Court. Court* of Record 16at: Mrs. B. F. Blake (Nettle
,ot Oseoola countr, met on the *..bov* ..T..5II. and thereon and of Escambla OO.nt.CrI..lnal-Courts.County of St. Cloud. Oaosola. County "
.. _ with the
J. D. Vining. guard . ._ nays
yeas
*
;
data, there being jir,snt: H. 1.. LeaIeyCharman M. Rodsors. KUard..... __... 15.00 they did determine and direct that th Courts County Judges and Justices will apply to the Honorable .
:: .; R. V. Lanler A. F. Bum. O. M.' m. Gilbert guard.g.------. ,,_ '5.00I said Joint Resolutions .b. submitted to of the Peace and such other Courts Perkins; Judge of the Circuit F. THRASHER
R BaL. w p. Walker commissioners It R Farmer captain of guard. (0.04 the electoo of the State at th.Onrat or Commission a* the Legislature may the Seventh Judicial Circuit la' ,
W. J. ,Beara. attorney, for the board and I 0. W. Ashton. Supt. of roads_ 76.00 Election In November 1114. : from time to time ordain and establish.Th Osceola Count"t Stat. of Florida '
J. l_. (v.ratr4l"t. clerk and auditor. Marion Warren road work one Now. Therefore. I H. Clay Crawford.. Legislature may prescribe, the 10th b wherever A. IX 1914 at : SBrnMETAL WORKER
:i
The minutes of the last regular! I month------------------ 60.00I Secretary of Stat. ot the Stat. of Florida compensation of the >Justices and -U-nd. Florida or h* ,
of'the board wa. read and ap- aotlc that a Gen Judges of the several courts bat no for a license to manage, take
mcelnjr : >. B Brovrn meat to road gang 4.46LIvIngston do hereby give Steel
road eral Election will b* held In each county court heretofore established under the and control hr property and to Ceilings .a SpecIa1lfI .
and flab to
PICoT 'a. F. Krlbbs came before. the I' Tf.on. 1,00I In Florida on Tuesday next suooeedlng Constitution and law.of Florida shall a tree dealer In every respect ...
gang-------------- 1O-R. KUalnnneo FU.
board 1n the Interest. of the oltlsens of/ I' H. Ing-ram feed of prisoners-- '5.10.John th. first Monday In Nuverober, !>. hereby .abolished.Th H. D.. QEIQER ; I ;,
Shingle Creek, and presented. a petition A. D. 1114. the said Tuesday being th* Petitioner's, ..
.
T. HOKIT. witness
pros.
vote oast In compliance with Dated !Sept!! 11. A. D. 1914. ..
slimed by a number of the prop.erIy 380Klsslmmee third day of November forthe ratification .
Attorney------------ '
owners. of that section In which Water and Ll (ht or rejection of the 'said Joint. aid proposed amendments, and the J. W. SIMPSONDKNTIST
canvass declarations and return ist' COURT or COUNTY :
the ,
they. asked the board to re-open Resolutions proposlnc to -
road "running south from M. P. O.Comertlo's three 1'lant.monhs\llKhts one___ month._ water.- 41.if the Constitution of th. ,m:1nVIO thereof shall b* subjected to the same .TAT. or FLORIDA.In ,...
- regulation and restrictions ',
a arerro..ld.,4
place to Shingle Creek i r* Estate ofCHRIS :
Ida. vis. ..
Osceola Hardware Co. repairs onsewer "
Station Mr. Garrett and Mr. Comur- and .uppU..Uo. pall._ 7.60 A Joint Resolution proposIng an by law for general elections. KAENNEU Osoeoia! :

tie also appeared. ana stated that as Osceola Hardware Co. supplies to Amendment to Section Six (4). of Artlo of Florida. havehereuntoset Notice I* hereby given, to all Upitair* In Kats BuUding. .
It was .....lth..r of them had any way toqret 19 t6 Eight (1), of the Confutation of In Testimony Whereof I may concern that on the 1st
out to the public road. The matterwas T.road M.!!Murphy.gang -cost In-case- State.- 'the State of Florida, relating to County Seal my of the hand State and of affixed Florida the at Great Tal- March. A. D. 1911. I shall apply ......... H011as'5 f It a -.. '0 }? :: 9
passed to the afternoon session vs Thompson w l.tl Officer Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of 1:301: >> tI:30I.
- lahasse the this the twen-
:Mr lied Ttson being present. stated L. H. Inirram. cost In case. Stste B* It resolved by the Legislature of \ Capital July A. Court, a* Judge of Probsts for my No. 76 Irr;
to the board that to change the road vs Thompson-------------- 10.20B. the State of Florida: ty-iifth. day -1t CLA4' .RJtMitD: discharge as Administrator of th .', .
,
and run IH through his premises would K Evans. Co. Dem Agent.1. 11.60 That the following amendment to SeaL of Stat.. tat of Chris Kaennel deceased; <<
) Secretary
STratly damage his property. U. C Buxza. painting In jail_ 24.01)Dutton Section n.Ulut1 Article Eight (I Jt ( that at.th same time I will '*.. W. W. ARSoN
Mr. H C. Stanford came before the Harris: Co. shoes to road of the n of the Btat aid Court my final account a*

board a. a committee from the Hoard of ftansr --. _- 7.40 Florida I. hereby agreed to and shall ORDER KOIX Ptni.l CATION.la . istrator of said estate, and ask for .
Trade ot Ktsslmmte and Insisted that Osceola Hardware th* Commissioner, should furnish con- K elaplt.------; B.60frather .onatth the general election to beheld the rlrevlt Court "eve.th Judicial Dated Sept: 18th A. D. ''14.J. --.,. ,.
.yJince. for Mr. ?. Kvans. the Farm & Liupfer wire cable and' first Tuesday In November.A. .' Cl........ ..... of ......rI.. .. n HENT-ET, Cole'e '
..t..atlon Agent to ravel over tin. hook.-------------------- 860 D. 1(14. for ratification or rejection. : 0..1. C..t,.. over Jewelry Store t

i. ),. and make a thorough .examina and ee.. New Eden Plantation Co.. syrupto Section. The Legislature the shall qualified provide . ..4... . -.. ... Office Hourt 8-12. 1-6
r all the orange grove. road gang 10.00F. for thelection '
. h.. rltrue canker docs not get Into K Williams lumber- _- -_ 82.111 elector In each County of th. followIng ELIZA A. JOHNSON. ) la Chancery. Office phone J58

'tile. count).. 1C H. Uciger.irvlcea to countyprlHotlelK county officers: A Clerk of the Complainant. ) Realdei.ee_.'* ,23 _
.
Mr 1!. E. I'-\ans. the Farm Demontatrfctlon -_ ___ ___ ___-_ 1600 Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Constables. a vs ) Order for LEWIS for extraction of.Ueth')
.. ..' \ agent t'umo before the board Q. Tucker guard __ 8600 County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Collector .... J JOHNSON. ) Publleatlnn. ,
- -- '
and presentod H s|"'rlm<.ri of the ranker J. C. Smith guard___ 6.85 a Superintendent of Public. Ii- Defendant. ) I ,
f that he ,,.eUitd 1 1.h was over In K. I* Hrltt guard -__ -- 0.410 structlon and a County Surveyor. The To M J. Johnson Greeting: ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING :
I Dade county where board of romnnlHMlonem K 1.. Brltt amount paid makIng term. of office of all County officers It appearing from affidavit filed In A . ,
Kent hlni to find nut If possible I "ilolha ('U i.onvlcts. ___ 125 mentioned. In this Section shall b. for this cause that the residence. of the < ___
more iihuut I tit, futute of the M Kate two ininforts t canker, he alan ",Hd.. an Inl".lInlC K 1.. L.efile).. 1..It frrntn to Wash of Taxes and County Tax Collector State of Georgia and that there Is no IN PHYSICIAN' AND .vaG'" '

talk on the subject luuton __ .u_ __ _u' 1.00 who shall be elected for two person In the State of Florida uponwhom Citizen Bank Bailc1q .:
The clerk -was Instructed t<> draw up 81 ate Bank nl ICIsslmmee Ord years until at the general .election to the service of subpoena would ABSTRACT ,
resolutions anlclne the Oovprnm..nt D.- {ont.do'lTll1dan lumber__ 10999H be held In the year A. D. ISIS when. bind the said defendant and that he Kli*imme, FlorldA

.: partment to Allow \Mr H K; van.. thefarm C. Stanford; t'o" supplies to and after which they shall be elected Is above. the age of twenty-one. years; AND eo .....
demonstration\ nrent. to devoteswch road "gang-------- 2945 for a term. of four year. Their. power Jt Is therefore. ordered that the de- Office 297 or 64 "' .f

-. amount of his time as may be 7 W. RBWM four arreenn 4 (fifl duties. and oompenaatlon. shall b* prescribed fenditnf. M. J. Johnson do appear to TITLE
necessar.' to looking after the citruscanker T H. Summern. hfttilliiR' lumber 77.78 by law. The Legislature shall the complainants bill of complaint 285. 1":1Jw.
K 1. Hrltt hire of teams n __ 6000 f gldt by 'o.fr the "care and cus- filed In this cause on or before the TATE BANK B-.CO .
Mr. B R Garrett came before the J I.. HaiKrave. nupplUs- to con all meth01 fun6s' and shallprovide Rule flay In November A. 13 1914. to-

board and presented a map of Camp- \'118. __ n.__ 20 18 the of reporting and wit., the second day qf said month of
bell CIty tthowlnir" how the road Mhouid J \\. ('ollto,... maintenance __ 10.00 paying out -all such funds.ProvIded. November; . + + e + 'c. + . + c
run and ln.lHt.'d that the board taki* (I. \\'. Anbton. HatiHenRer pay' County Treasurers electedIn Atid It Is further ordered that this

4 immediate attton In the matterI . roll _ ___ _. 11900 General Election held In 1.14 shall I order be published each week. for fourlIur."el1' RIVERS. M. D.
W I Wino cam before the Hnlirht hammering on\lcts GOt) holf office for the term elected. '
henry weeks In the Klsslmmee.
.
i board and ..Ial'd that JIIr.. 1"I..u.II..n. "I \\ I I. Hl\rl..... ronimlmilonfi u 102114 Valley Gasette. a weekly newspaper of and SURGEON
,'. .Ick lady. who livcP In the lown. wa" In. 1.. H \Valker lumlx.i;_ ____ loooo( A Jolmt He-wls Section I
need ot h. II' onni n"k..d Ihp hnnarni inn Smith l)raw a (l o. 0" car tan' 10 t'hI- Uiirieihill. work to. llHSKi' 14 of Article IV the of over
allow 111'1' $20 J S n- the Honorable James W
ond .rt1 inn.aIigintiflic II,. molt..r road __ __ _. 34 OO Ihe Stats of Florida. Relating to the C.W. ::...
c'o. 1C"r Perkins Judge of the Circuit Court ResIdence3HONES -
th. of Commissioned Officers t !
upnn mnlln.. dlll a.-.ninnl.d I. H Ingram nmount paid on I Appointment In and for Osceola county Florida andm I '. ,
In"u'I,1, 10 Jr'aw It w..r'anl'J Luellon_ 2000 of the State Mllltla: f Office 148 c.
'nr fare of Mrs '
t cJt-rk w. < ) hand as Clerk of said Court under I
nounl Be It Resolved by the Legislature of
In 1111 'h.lff for h. H .f "'Qui nfl. part pay on palnt- .
patilil the official seal thereof this the 30th i
the State of Florida
to b< pulled. mi hmi I' Mr funMi Inu totirt hotisi*_ _ un 15000Osciula : amendment to day of September. A. 15 1914. I Staple and Fancy
That the following
.
Johnsona
\\ "It HnttU HI,d r K lonrnal legal prliitlnK 8800 .. :
(Seal) J. f OVRRSTRERT.
for Section 16 of Article IV of the Con-
'- ,' l..r"* t 11\1 1.,1 t \ 11.,1 o"k..d II i :N; I I'atttiKon. nnuiunt paid as Clerk of I
Circuit Court.
the
n pi of 11,.. "unl'' and upon motion M Muiphrout In Allle I"IlllMH I hereby agreed. to and shall be submitted G R OC I[: [: .
('\\,11"110'1 Solicitor for Complainant. 41-4 -
i 1 ,ilur H" <'0".10.l1n,.. uan H w ,(rd.cII t tI' 200 I to the electors of the State for PHYSICIAH

0 I hi.. < inn-.*.nla JournalTlu It i': n\ann., ,xp<.nse trip; toMl adoption trn at the next general I .
until 2 Mnil __ hereafter: that I* to say JIfOTICIIl OF
hoard. took rrii.a 40 45 EXECUTOR FOR FINAL -
'i a inn 2nd Floor Wilson BoUding.
nt 2 P M .. 1 that Section 16 of Article IV shall be .
Th' hoard n\l' again Cox'I IIIK toll Co lomlil I .Btrln. n 2900 DISCIIARGIIJ.I.
I i ff1 cc ra 1..ln"i ,.....a.nl t'rue C I1) iliII. out half car fare ofpauper amended. so as to read p.. follows: PMOHB M EtssuiJiBa. ,
t 0 matter 01 right ot a) for iniblit to South Carolina G 90 Sec 14. The Governor shall appointall Free Delivery t? all Prows V7 ri.osz** )
: commissioned officers of the StateMllltla. I Crartfce Ce..< .II...., State ..
I n.itmI' ..1 (',,,,,,,,1..11 t'in nvaa again (hre.oin. Tel Co one month rent 3 OO r
tiir ho..rd h..lnK In tlx..u. J. f1 IjUnlfm Htate Treasurerhire .' Including an adjutant general Klei-lds. -f *!b.; Lit/: '
'ak..n up. ihcI for the State, with rank of brl..adlerIf..ner" In re Estate of Charles. Edward Frank
111'1' .....nloI1 non! artcr going Into Htate convlftH __ __ 75383 C. L. HYATT
1 lieI' II n. Oar..tI. thc loan for road fund months.._ 3.800 00llltetiHt who shall be chief of staff lln. Oaceola County.
m.I1"" wit runt.mi 0 11\0'11' .IIOI'I" )". 11J. \.... SV. )limn _ __ 15200 The duties and compensation of all Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt Physician and
I t" iniimd tmmt on officers. appointed shall be fixed bylaw that the Id otrhoevw.t.t .
'onllllu' ihi' invm.atiiCRtiollaIim mules SOO. O so may concern on day Surgeon.
L. II I two
itu-am, 10 InKram. pair
u
The terms of office of all 1914 shall
.nupm.rnlaor ot thc canteledfrom corn.mnisionad w* apply to
uRic) Pall watrantH neie ordered : ; : .DT : .. .
r.\1\ on,1 tim Il1k.' Bud .Ipl' n. thearloun funds followsGeneral officers of the organised milItia M. Murphy judge of
i J"\.A.""rhethoufrht C I )l...*l for the count*'. revenu. .ns__ $ 78937 shall be continuous during the aid court as Judge Of probate foP' a ., 197' Kl.ilmm.o' I
f the matter of reopening ___ __. I.UI.'i pleasure of the Governor: subject to final discharge as executor of th. estate '
Board tin'took road up from Mr P. C. Cro.martie. Road Fine and fund forfeilurep-------- 2B6.44 such laws a* tltno enacted by theLegislature of Charles Edward Franklin deceased No. 2.8 Florid*.
'
!IhlnRltCr..k fllRI. their retirement ; and that at the same time w*
showed the
pIRC" 'n pecondedappointed The Treasurers report for age or other causes.A will present our flnal account a* executors -
tlon and upon motion dulY following 1 balances on hand. Octoberthe Thi. prcrlpto! ,
pr..ntl. J. E. Lupfcrand of said estate and ask for theIrapprovaL . ptcpared *sp
J. W. a committee togo' leneral 1st. 1914 : 166112 Joist ReM>l.tl... lor MALARIA or CHILLS & ( D. GEIGER.
huller a. reunion----------
t a out and J. W invi-atlgate the advlaablllt of Fine and forfeiture__ __ _- 190095 Proposing An Amendment to Section - Dated May 1st.! A. D 1914. Flv. or six doM will break any :
One of H. M.
Artlclex V of the Constitution BREAKER.
;;r< r..o".nln, tine road and report tn the School' fund__ ._ .- ._ .. 1.4P6.1 Relating to the Judiciary. ELLA M. FRANKLIN. .If taken then .. a,tool* tb*'Fvr ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
80.18
.1 bourn fo. from Mr Joseph Road' fund_ __ Be It Resolveif by the Legislature of EucutorL ....na. It act on tbo lirar > gF/* .1 .
,0\T1Inunl..atl !S H D.. No. L_ 1.08991 .
: A ( Cloud. reKmrdln* th.. __ ._ _ 1264 the State of Florida.: GEO. F. PARKER. Calomel and doN State Bank Balldini.'jKlnlmm.i:. .
Harris. of St 8. S 1).. No 1 That the amendment to not &ripe or : .,-
following
II!' road from the canal .aet to thc w..t..rnf' 8 8 I>.. No. 3._ -__ _-__ ___ 448.19B Attorney. .
11' line of the town of t. Cloud S. I).. No. 4__ 1.918.16S .. Florida
boundar . _._ _._ ._. ._..
clerk - --- - - '
and -- -- -- - >
hoard. - ---- -------- -
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ri-ad in ODefl "H S P. No 5--------------- 24.88a c .,
f' : instructed to write I to Mr .. B: H.:: No: 6-------------- 166 -.
that the. board Int..nd. op..n.Y M'H'
and t4te
-
log .ame a. anon ... polbl. of Total ____ ___ n_ ________fll98rtl F.-PARKER: :. '
the eitlaen -' '
A petition *>IHIBU by The Tax Collector' report showedthe *
..
..
Avhton Station an.ctn.-7 for a public road following: General license collected ". <141.*. -' *'i ..;.}o.: .

'+.- alonx the eat aid of lots a. .. 7 andS $8.T' and auto license collected PROGRESSIVE i.4,. .' ,Attorney-t-Law. , '
the right .
,', BlaokwelT nub-divlnlon., ;
none.
of "
l' of way for which 41CC'been given by The; Tax' b'lI..ntor'; poll"t.x' report ; llectioD.1; and G>nveyaaca$ .
read in open board ,.. !- d. '
the petltlonera wan bowed' 11.00. collected. "1 '
"I' .eeond..d''the :: :::r Specia1tie.. ;Jf
motion duly The County Canvassing Board at
and .. ,' .
I .
'.
!'J. toopen '
Inatructed .
.. road .uperintendentwu. Osceola" countyfiled a list of the va- Broadway., .1
same at oncff. rLous candidate voted ,for ,at the primary I I. (
i; 11'1' \\'hld" came before the boardi of June 2nd A. D. 1914. and I Business ,
',1 and In"l..tpd t"' they .hould have nominated as the Democratic nominees
and *'
.) lI""hl.nrod"" pHi on the court houpe as follows: PeopleYou F. KRIBBS
., made Ih..m a ;.rice tin-rn-on. hut upon For member of the House of Representatives -
motion "ul ,n.nonuin-d II waR aRr..d .not -N. r Bryan
jt, to haC the work done. For Tax ('ollp..torI.., Handy AT LAW KisamMEE; ,FLA.'
t.
The hoard Inftlrmted the r.rk For CountTreasurer-H. Iji 'I.upferKi
draw. warrant !'to favor of Mr. C. F'Fi.on huper'.lpor Rcfclntratlon i .* \V of Title a Special/ ,
half the car t..r. .
for 'tiO. on. OrlfflnKwr '
'
\ of pauppr to "outh; Carullna. Tax AHm.s or-\V. I. Barber Should KnowKISSIMMEE and payment Th' c1..rkVa" Inotru..lpd tan draw n For Counts CommlHsloner District given careful 4
I\II ot J R
warrant fnr $34 oil In favor NI1 -F I, Iei : Und..rhUI for part payment on work For (Count Commissioner DistrictNo

; done on the "grade between flattiningert.ni 2 -K V Ijuil.T. ,
"V K>,.Ktmtii' r Iu\'r. .For Count CommlaHloni lstrlet .
.rkati mum.1"1'.01 10 draw tb No 1 .\ F BIIHS
Thi ri '
following warrantH. 10 II N HriUturt Fir ('..un'\'
,i 00 04 O.( name being the amount that. 4. VOUIIK. Tlndall A GARRETT .
1 th,') "..1'.1 to |mon the County enuto I For ('ount\ C CnmtnlflMlon DlatrlctNo
.
: m..r"tnn! : I II alker $10000. fi -V.'. I" \\'alkerFor Attorneys at Law *
on lumber for lta.mnlnirerOgt'echobec Member of Board of Public Intninliomi -
part pavm..flt: .. 10 11 & 12
; to U. .1. OQuinn. ,
iuiiulgp, : Dlatrlct No 1 -\\ C Bass 3

',. 'lfiO.O ijurt iiarneflt on thin painting. In "For Meniber of Hoard of Public, In- .ns Bank Bldg.,
01 the 1111'1'101' of Ihp court iinilii : Mtructlon I DlatrlitV> 2.-Aaltei Bton -
'Smith r>raw I on the' baullna of lumber for the Basslnrfer For Member of Hoard of Public Instruction I
Okeerhohee bridge; tol-.il. In- District No. 3.-J. 8' Strut-. -I

.... > ..r.m. fHAfl 0" for Iwo pair of mulea Hold ton. '
'-jj::to' the count \\hereupon. upon motion duly; seconded 0. MASSBV T. noTon wtaiowJodssof '
.,. tTpon motion dulr seconded the clerk nnd carried the commiasionersondned Counssl (or th*
\L bids .a. a. tcm, GrimissI c.ut .
z I "'waa Instructed to ndv<'rtlBe fur on the same to be placed upon theballot '
he used hv the ('ounl"rm be oed at the general
', p-rnn auto to to upon : ASSEY & WARLOW a
Aiient: bidders to specttv No- ,
'''Demonstration election to be held on Tuesday 1
& RIEDEL. w. a MAKINSON
EGGERSGLUESS co.
,- make nnd kind of machineMr. ember 8rd 1 91 4. : : F. LAWSON
: \\V I. Biirber. tax RHSI SHOT. pre- The secretarof the stae filed a list : ATTOKNBYS: AND Cdimacuuoa-:

tfented his tax hooks to the hoard forxtmlnatlon of the names of all candidates that had Carpenter and Repair Shop Hardware Cutlery Boat AT LAW
and final approval.whichwere been certified to him by he various .
ft' examlmd lint! appioved hv the political parties In the state .. follows, Cash Store : \ In all the Sports *f the Ktate Bad .t' '
'
.
board Demooratls nominees of the primary : Inside Furnishings", Streeninf Supplies andMacbloery. : ": .!'i"--.r- befere the risrlda.Uti. "' .
The following cost hill wer i XHIII- election held on the 2nd day of June.A. and Cabinet WorkOur lb. iolsrstats e
and appro* <01 l h' fl. hoard. Stateof I).. 1914. .
? ,' mini Florida \s ia' .. Mi..lx>.ud, ltimi'\ of For United States Senator from the : Specialty. CMAaLaroi Bum. ORLANDO.FLA

Florida >.s. Virgil \lIe Van Htate of State of -Duncan U. Fletcher .. 10 Broadway.WATERS M1 ww
"J Florida vs. Wright I Do Vane. KfHle of For Representative the FourthConflrresslonsl _
..11Florid.J u \s. RaY Ooodwln and the. Slate I District I of t.he State of O. F. BASS.CoDtr.et.r .
\, -of Florida vs. John Thompson ( t al "Florida Slxt).-fourth Congress of the : Jf. W. PRENT ft: CARSON'GROCERY

L."_ The cop* bill In the Insnnltv raRe ofAllle Pnlted States-W. J. Sears o .In H. JENKINS '
T. n A"" was examined and approved For Oommlealoner of Agriculture of Co.EYef7thiaC
;. j: Pianoa, Orrans. Talldnc Machln, *., .
.
McRaeFor
.' the State of Florlda-'V. A. Plain and Decorative .
PI.tol bond of M. H. R Mav with Justice of the Supreme Court of P SoMar Machlnea. SURVEYOR .

,. ; ;:' Ttotna Thomas and N. ('' Aryan as.sureties the State of Florida-.W H. Rills. to Eeat. Palatine and Paperhufiaf
"}, .xaroln.d and approvedThe For Justice of the Supreme Court of '
WSK Sheriffs feed, hill for prisonerswaa the State of Florida-Thos. M. Shack- Broadway. SIS Spronlo A....._Phone Hall T"1",, mtt. 11.'
also the'I
i' examined and approved leford 10
:
to the hate Auditor. Commission of the
'reaaUrP1'.rePmtt For Railroad '10 HANKIN8
\ hills were examined 'Iorld.-N. A. Butch W. G. NELSON REALTY CO.
following
'tt.,. The ordered. Htste of E. EL MAGEE -.- ..
and apnroved and warrants For Railroad Commissioner of the 10 4'

i t v drawn L.esle for the co.nmlssloner amounts __I 4.nn State of Florida--H. Hudson Burr. 10 Addlac Machine sod t DarUartoa Ave.Pr.y Carpenter sod Builder JL J. HICKS ; :
12 IA SCOBOO Whereupon, upon motion duly seconded
."nlercommissionerA. ---- P_
Li R. V. T and carried, the commissionersordered
,I I ( V Bass. commissioner -- U 00tn the same to be placed upon Typewriter* Sold ..oCoi.s1oo. Job Work Md General Rep rta. and SorgooaOffle

T 13.r. R. R ikr"r:: : =_ :on the ballot to onb"to "dh..f.ro at thegeneral Saw Flltnr a Specialty 0 ,4
F. .
20.84M be NovemberIrd. I
nla.l J. Bears. attorney.' for board >.00IS 1914 For Sale.DANN'S 11 Darlington Are. Phonos

,. 'j. R M Bass Murphy.Janitor Judge ('0. Court.- ._ .00 The President. and Secretary. of the Bank Bid. Off-. ..1I -" 4* '.
T. of Osceols county. .'
party
of Juvenile Republican
Judge STORE.
*d 1. M Murphy 11.SO filed a list of the various officials of DEPARTMENT D. G 1TKAT REAL ESATX Y.ILEiAIS *
Court--------------- nominated at
the Republican party

o 4 H torney--------------D. QetRer. 11.11 to.oo their 1914 caucus Whereupon held the on the county 19th 'attorneyIn.truc..d of July Dry Good. CtotUmf.Be 8b. [ AGENCY Eloctrlcal CoatractorWoUr : "W. Thompson! '

care. of Jail.. -- 1160 the board of county commissioners I I
TI 7 t.. J.L. LOverstreet.H Inirram clerk and audi that her. was no provisions In Fualalalap. '. Grmystoao Block and Ufkt Cotloetor ; '
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: .1- ,Miss'Ada I>.WB. maintenance_ 6-.00 nave his name placed upon the ticket.. ,- ud tOe Stor. ** ThWI .... !Sefl Lf.4 Aaywkor* MI COMI.... ...... 120 _K.D.rllnto._A '

f4.J. Mrs. J. ... Stewart maintenance_ There being no further business td niNEIAL:DHtXCTOt' .:f.:

I ''Henry Sullivan maintenance- 5'I' be disposed -of motion for adjournmentwas '

U, ',R Cart H.McCoy Bullock.maotCi1fl0e------cost In four ease made and duly seconded and the J. D. CLARK ..-. COLE ft UNLETJewcUr : ERNEST'.L. GREEN. . 'aa4- ,a
In In I to meet aa-aln In spec.lal '
ifnrram. cost cases board adjourned .
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:Nip and Tuck? FLORIDA PRESBYTERY A !i.ow church at Waverly was en- WANT ADS -
ii' HONOR ROLL ill Theatre News II r..Ji1!
'I(the !'resbj'terholds two J
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FIVE CENTS A LINE
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Betwean Allies HELD KISSIMMEE spM.in.sach yea and the usunl icclesinclic ----
f questions of such path.LIIJ, , 1
IIKI.l' WANTI'l) 1 lieliable
I J'I'WSISO.; girl wanted -
r CITY SCHOOLS wore *onsidered.
at the New "1'01'1SUPI'I).Store, : ,
Germans When the A .t
; \and new Casino was opened special session will be 111'11 I at :
; The N X
111,is summer it Presbytery of Florida held its Tarpon, Fleming Building <> Darlingtonavenue.
I ___ was announced that falleHRion at the Kissimmee Springs next Wednesday night 44-lt ,q
with the 'beginning of the regular theatre Presby- to ordain and install Mr. Alex Linnas
y The following pupils of the Kisxini I + OOOOOooooooo. ooo A season the house would show first terian church of this week.on Tuesday and' Wednesday pastor of the church) at that place. ; POSITION WANTED Caretaker for 1

mee Public School have not I been absent ('_G.'unan Casually LUt .:. 'class vaudeville musical comedy and Anotherwill be held at Ocala Wed- nl'Hng''l'. Apply to W. A. }
2k or tardy during the month ending drama in addition to its There were in attendance the following resday, 4th j:
Gives: iir(on Killed -:. moving pic- November at 1 o'clock! p. Rurrough, Kissinimee, r'la. 44-2t pd ,J*
; October !*, 'haw made jin averageof I I4 Wounded and <. ture programs. In order to secure from out of town': m., to consider the interests of a
ninety per (cent or more, in their + Missing. .such' attractions Manager Forlaw has 1fini"terR. A. Ward, lakeland; church in that vicinity.The ''WANTED Sideman and collector, apply a

studies, with not' less than eighty- Berlin, --,-(Oft 'i't. ( 9? been keeping in close touch with the W. S. P. Cochran, D. D., Eustis; W. attendants were all entertained to Singer Sewing Machine Co. T"'
Germany
: five per cent in any subject and not of The Hague aril London By'<. I world ad has already M. Covert, St. John's Park; B. B. while in the city by the families of +Orlando, Fla. ftI
less than ninety-five in deportment : <. Ort.way 22. A German; 'Itook..ti a number of splendid] lE'ature'sI Bigler, D. D. St. Augustine; E. (;. the Kissimmee church and were pronounced -
Kirat tirade, 1! Hh i..ion. ) casualty i'for the winter months. in I I FOR 1:'HAN(5EModern R room
fr list i iNfiiied Others will be McKinley, Candler; Silas Cook, I 1)). D., expressions of appreciation -
1 'onlllll1.111' ->
today
Athalia Griffin, I IsoUmReeves! I.* of llioollt ( \ secured as the season advances and Auburndale; Alexander Lipp, Tarpon of the royal spirit in which this house in (Orlaiido lot 70x150, chicken -
killed *
Edith Floyd, Geoi; ga.& Freeman. RubyDriggers ff names 11,500 partpns of the Casino are assured of Springs; H. G. Denison, Lake Alfred; hospitality was extended.Rev. yard, fruit trees and grape ar- ,'
t', Oma Miller Lillie WalleiJ,,* wounded and miHMiig. :> a lively run of first class shows. R. W. Edwards. Jacksonville; W. I. W. B. Witherspoon D. D., was 1 hor, for modern bungalow in Kis- ,"?

,, William Flora, lona ( ,lowe, Bettiel I I ':.''r : 4: ")* The Casino's season will open next I Hackett, St. Cloud; A. W. Pierce, installed as the pastor of the KisHim- Hirnmee. Ask Mrs. Summers. 608 J.\(\
;' May Snyder, Mamie Lee .John,.. I EI lieu) !, Monday night] with a week of musical Gwen Cove Spring; G. W. Spahr, Orange mee church Wednesday night. Rev Penfield St. AMiss \
Coleman, Mary I'kottIalion: Scott, 1 I'un.s, I Fiucf, (Oct. :2'\!:\ -Latest draw comedy, I j :
4t ) presented by the American I I, Center; G. V. Albertson, OeLand; Dr. W. S. P. Cochran, the moderator Maud Thomason invites the .
r Lonnie Waller, Julian (;iraham, Sera-I 1 patches\ from the liuttlefront in France I Girl company. Several new and popu B. B. Staats, Ocala; C. H. Foland For- ([ and I ladies of Kissimmeeto call and .
presided the her
fino Finnocchiaro, Sarah Rexford. Ar- and J Belgium told make lar musical propounded questions see J'
just enough to plays in condensed form route; J. H. Albert, D. D., Punta Gor- handwork,
belle Fancier .Bertie Rodgers, Julio I live public eager for more. The allies'i I II are included in their repretoire and I'da; J. A. Logan, Weiradale; U. S. to the preacher and people; Rev. Dr. 1 i rncheted articles including for embroidered sale and and V

Ledbetter, Rosella Cooper, Rufus SuhL i I positions; having been everywhere' the bill changes nightly. Advanced burns, Crescent City: E. G. Mcl.e-in, B. B. Bigler preached the sermon; ,) at the Bon Ton. exhibited 44-lt- "trI*
r Dickie Makinnon, Fred Gilbert, Elmer maintained against the onslaught of I! reports say that the company has D. IX, Winter Haven ReOr.. Silas Cook delivered the *

Jlultquist. '' the enemy, today's official statement ,' pretty girls, merry tunes and clever I Jo.lder1J-J. A. Luts Tarpon Springs; charge to the minister, and Rev. R. I I FOR SAhE-Fright room house, modern ':.I'
!'' First Grade A Division. of the war office was the object I dancing. They have been playing all A S. Rice, Auiiurndale; George !M. : in every respect, latest decora- ;:;
W. Edwards delivered the ;
'1' of hope on the part of the French. this week in Lakeland and have drawn Gibbons l charge to tions, beautiful
Milton Bell, Vivian Floyd, Henry : Waverly, J. L. McCarty, St. lawn garage, store WI
Richardson, Florence Ashton, Edna :j I I Meanwhile the fighting forces, beI I i good crowds. C oud. the people. This was a very impressive house and hennery. Lot 68 by 168 *> t

Chnrchwell, Odell Harrison, Dorris !I>I I fore resuming the contest, sought I II DIXIE. ladies -Mrs. Silas Cook, Auhuin- service and means the permanent set- j Also 21-foot launch for sale. 104 f I
k Davidson, .Alma Johnson, Hulin Sny- ( again to discover the weak spot in dale: Mrs. H. G. Denison, Lake Alfred tlement of the relationship as long I I Cherry street. 40-tf. i

B der, E. Lane Stephens, Beatrice Ollar. I the The opposing lines.of I II I The Dixie policy of an all feature I ; Mrs. E. G. McKinley, Candler: as both parties are satisfied. I I \ "
Second! Grade. B Division. I I maxim Napoleon's memorable -: program rove a big success Mrs. Alex Linn, Taw Mri. WANTED-Florida land. What have j
?. Edna Cayson, ''Nellie Floyd, Mary v'Do not attack in the front the and drawing card A feature picture W. L. Hackett St iJloud.Rev. Springs. ; Reports from the churches show the I you to offer? State location, ondi'f

Ethel Gilbert Ruby Harrelson, Marie position you can obtain by turning"is produced by the leading feature film I work in a very prosperous condition.It tion of land, best price and terms. ."STl
? Harper, Geraldine Johnson Eva Johnson apparently the rule to which the producers ,of the world will be shown to ( C died L. Wort., D.the D., was repotted was.decided to hold the spring ses- j Will buy large or small tracts, T" '*
and "
,' Edna Krits, Kimbrough Oliver, German are adhering in what ap- ,each day, consisting of three or moae eral.ate ministers during? received year ss sion with the church at Sorento next cleared or otherwise! Address P. 0.I "ft
were by
f Eleanor' Overstreet, Olivine Savage, p'arlto be a supreme effort. In this reels. In this manner the Dixie man- icttrlrwho : I Box 3483, Station 0., Philadelphia, battle of the r orth the allied armies, agement is assured of excellent were not present at this )If'.on., Pa.
EI.I..Welch, Louise Young, Wesley an April---- 'I 44-3t-pd -
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p' ;Bronson Doyle Davis, Arthur Don- supported b:: an English squadron, I program at all time and the patrons of ._ ,.
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.egan,, Irving Driggers. Alfred Flora,I have thus far successfully withstood the .Dixie have the pleasure of witnessing WANTED, BOARDERS-At the Tre- .1 ,
Dowlinr .Grahom, Elvin La Martin, repeated and fierce attacks of the a program equalled only in I' mont House, corner Bass and Brack '

f Eustis peaks, Ralph Schilder. enemy. some of the large theatres of; the big Sta. Mrs. Laura Coleman. 43.2tpd .?j
Second Grade, A Division.. I The fields of battle in Belgium, cities. u
+'t; Margaret Cosens, Neva Lee Harris, Flanders, Picardy, Champagne: Ar-* -.
HelenHoyt.. Winn, Eunice Rivers, Konne, Lorraine,*Vosgei and as !arias Week's Program at Dixie., KISSIMMEE PARK.

,Mary, Coleman Ruth Starling" Irene A'I; ace,, continue'to be the scenes ofcombata''Hhare Friday, -"Disaster In Shaft.,19," EXTRA tREA.D'I! A few desirable five and ten acre .. ...41.41traetB r;'
Ingram, Janette Griffin, Bertha'WittPausy ,! the allies. have made a1' real story of the mining country. left in''Kisslmmee Park subdi .
Outlaw, Roy Hansel), Arthur gain, but, a real decllllva'. reuU: Is yet. Pathe .Dailywar .news No. 50 'and a vision.

Flint, Tracy Canora, Willie Joiner, awaited. one reel comedy. Beautiful Lake Shore fronts; flowing .
r: Elica Andersan Cummin vld A Havana agency dispatch from artesian wells, good frost protec- .
,/ Cayson. Arthur McCowan Fgrankle Ty- Petrograd says the Russian ministerof I Saturday, 24"Tricking the Gov.ntl" tion for fruits and vegetables. Some ;{

ncr, Willie Gilbert, Lonnie Clemons. I finance- has been authorized by im a thrilling story of thee THREE SPECIALS tracts improved. v
Third Grade B Division. perial decree to place short term treasury r service,_i in three reels. Pathe Big Money Saving Extensive improvements all around. T1

M Leo Canova, Paul Grubb, Eldredge bonds 'amounting to $60,000,000on I "ews No. 61 and a comedy reel. .- Easy terms if desired. Four further 7

"%, ; Harris, Louise Jones, Isabel Tiner,I the English market. I Menday, 26-"The Eagle's Refuge," For further particulars write,

} q Willie Bass. The official anouncement issued '' ,a three reel Warner Feature. Pathe KISSIMMEE VALLEY LAND Co., !},
Third Grade, A DiyUion.Corinne this afternoon by the French war office Daily No. 52 and comedy. MONDAYSPECIAL 206 Bay Street,
k Bass, Ruth Herzberg, Nellie I says the positions occupied by < I Jacksonville Fla. ,
Taylor, Mae Winn, R. D. Thomas the allies- in Belgium and northern Tuesday"- 27-"The House of Mystery .
( Made Rivers, Janet Graves, Marie France have been maintained in .spitepf I an Eclectic Feature in three

'!t O'Gram, Alice Buzza, Elmer Schweik- I the violent attacks of the enemy.l !reels in natural colors, and PathI'Oaily I FOR RENT=- -room residence, fur- l'.
hart Hazel Outlaw, Fred Evans, Fred No. 53.Wednesday.
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lih J1? ; 6-room, $10; 5-room
Lupfer, Harry Outlaw. 48f+ 0444444M,044044fi 44+}4.0 ,: 28-"Facing the I. $9. E. E. Wells, real estate and insurance -,
V. Fourth Grade, B Division. I OI, ling Gun," a three reel feature of Gat-// 202 Broadway.
Sallie I Ledbetter, Katherine McKay, I 4 Single! -Ilanded Undaunted mines and labor. Pathe Daily No. 500 yards regular lOc Chambray l
Gladys Calkins, F. S. Ledbetter, Rob Sunk Four Destroyers., and a comedy. I FOR SALE-Old Trusty Incubator $5. :I
''e ': ert Buckles, Willie Johnson, Sidney 4 I Used only few times. Perfect

;f Phillips, Arthur Burkan, Vivian .(0 London, England.-The British 4: Thursday" 29-"Tess, of the Storm dition. Capacity 175 eggs. con"j
l; Nellie Woodall, Ruth Bronson, Jo'ord/I./ < navy avenged the Hawke, the 4 Country, a paramount feature in five ((51c H. W. Johnston, Shingle
,: I. Rush, Ruth Davis. 4* Britsh cruiser sunk off the coast reels by the Famous Players, featuring It-pd I"""
Fourth Grade, A Division. I of Scotland b'y) a German submarine Mary Pickford, the world's most : I
\\0, ;; Johnnie Bronaon, Lois Marshall, .> torpedo, by sending to theO i famous actress and. Pathe No. FOR SALE-New six-room bungalow. 1' jI
,! Winn, Earl Mc- Water, bath, electric lights i
Mary Kritz, Margaret bottom four German torpedoO Walls '
4' 'Cowan Wheeler. Our Are Made decorated in tiffany. Best .1.. i
Margie boat destropem off the coast of 01b5.SUFFERED Departments Being I shaded \\1;:.
J'lfteh Grsde. B Division ,(0 Holland. lot in Kissimmee. Must be seen ,'\

i., Lygia Lane, William Milton, Kenneth .* The terrific execution-the 21 YEARS-- More Complete EveryDay.;| to 104 be appreciated. Lot 75 by 150. .:, .
1 $ Bronson. Maude Tyner, Lee ,* most brilliant navel feat thus Churchwell Ruby Oliver, Verner Hart, __
far recorded in the <0>
Robert Calkins, Walter Griffin, Vera war-was ac- FINALLY FOUND RELIEF I CABBAGE PLANTS
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K / vomplished by the British light FIOR SALE-Strong, healthy cabbage .
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4".* cruiser Undaunted, fighting with i ' -
b ; Johnson.Fifth Grade, A Division. TtaiTr"Having 100 plants grown on high pine ti
fr the indomnltable of <
Wil- courage afr Buff twent -one land in lots of from 100 to 1,000.' -
Lucy Lupfer .
Lasley 't
Wilson. Horace Dann Frank Reed. /. great lion of the sea driven to I years with a pain )inTBBF Ide, t finally M. D. Casler, corner Bermuda avenue -
fe jma Sixth Grade B Division., .(0 bay The cruiser was attacked by ) have found relief In Dr>: ""mer'. I Regular 15c SaladJBowls8c and Oak Street. Box 115. ;t
0a fleet of the eemny's destroyers ,
i i C'srlooreDryan, Fern FansVsr, Gladys Swamp Root. Injections ofi< i I 41-2t t
' fr I while on patrol duty, according were relief for short
only
i' Howell, Ix!. Overstreet, Harriet my
street
jof time. I became sick I and
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Frances I
: Huzza, Ha Fansler,. I
I concrete walk in
Maude Irene press bureau of the admiralty, to undergo a surgical operation in front, one-half ,
Dorothy Fred Roberts Howe., Cooper
.Milton, Grade. A m"i"icn., [ I vi\t ry. ,two years. When the same-pain came cottage, city water in yard, 39 '
Sixth _
Be Monday
re Early
N '> Morning bearing and
s Nellie Bowen, Don- back one I was so sick that I orange grapefruit "a
e Alma Cooper, ]40+0044440444" 4444444 oQooOo living.
uF' aid McKay.. .... . a up good garden spot A. E. '
i advised me to try Swamp Root O'COod"j :
your
l -Seventh GraCIe, urlllvialon. )
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"; Charlie Law.Seventh II[ JAPANESE SQUADRON and I at once commenced Using; it. The Visit Our Second Floor---You Will Plant City Fla. jl-6t; .

Grade, A Division. I SEEKS GERMAN FLEET j first bottle did, me so much good thatI FOR SALE..Entire furnishings five ;
Miriam Monger, purchased two more bottles. I am Be Surprised. room cottage. Address XYZ for In- '
IN THE PACIFIC OCEAN. i,
: second bottle and feeling
Eighth Grade, B Division now on my am formation. '
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; Stratton Story, Sarah Clark Mabel { Tokio, Japan Oct 23.-A Japanese like a new woman. I passed a ', .

y Overstreet. squadron, it is officially announced. I Is gravel stone sis large as a big red FOR SALE-Only new and second :'
- Eigth Grade. A Division. Reeking 1 "the German Pacific fleet in bean and several small ones. I have 10---DozeQ--l 0 hand store in town of 5,000. Exceptional -
Cummings, Cleo Outlaw, ;not had the least feeling of pain since : :
.' 'c -Allle May the neighborhood of Hawaii. I opportunity for hustler: : ,3; ,
Root and I feel
; TUI.r Frank Bryan. taking your Swamp Good for
\.I. .Mar,: V reasons selling. V. E. Mul-
?-,w ." 1/:: ; Ninth Grade. REPUBLICAN CLUB. !i it my duty, to recommend, this great 25c .Colgate Talcum Powder nix. Kisaimmee. tf h l'Ie .: .

??. .; Winn; Margaret Stanford, medicine to all suffering humanity. .. ''
'Jam.. Oliver, The Republican Club of Oaceola Gratefully yours, i< WANTED ;,
Ruth Howell, { -Orders for fieldces. '
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..- Tenth Gra4,.. county. meats the second and fourth MRS. JOSEPH CONSTANCE; R< I THIS DAY: ONLY Prices right Oscoel cypress Lamer( :

Manic', ..Wither.poon..Jean. Partin, 'Wednesday of_each month at..the.city Rapides Par._ _' . OeM, La., '-. '. _:' r A Furniture Co. 29-tf. ', .w
'Xtura Thoma, Elsie DIets II(hull In.S%; Cloud at 2 p. m. Personally' appeared before me,4hie.
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o, EleventhGrade.. I S.'J. SCRIBER Pros.I . .. 15th day of, July, l91I,.Mrs. Joseph fOe D ICLLlNGS for rent, opply to,X.', .1f.:

i. . t .leste MoseU. rsJiCarsy..| Grace fx BL MUNSELL. 8M 44-5 t COll.tance..wtao subscribed'' the 'above' .. ll.r.F .
\ CalkI.t- I ,statement and'mad.. oath" that the 'f
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1 Wlnn.. . ,Twelfth GI1I.. ... ,'Hopeless ,Lang TrmMei) Cured- same Is true In substance and In.fact.-. '... B RENT OR SALE-Twe-et4ry' s ,.

Mildred Wlnn Hel n Jones.,,. -Wm..MQRROW": Notary Public,; >11'! re bvnAlW\ on Brack8C.: North 'faaimm. ,
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.$ Many"" recovbries'from, lung trovb-; L Letter t: Dr. Kls| .... A c...: ':LOOK: AT .. H., C. Stanford.' 2945
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,#. "111" 'tsiilidi-of-Trda') '.yam:checks I *u..rcouah and gives ...nef-at- ', :, -,-' Ret"wHI.da for' :Y.... " !\ THESE,ATTRACrn: : -SPECIAICSlANN'S 7 120- acres' Peghorn .Junction, muck(- :

( a, one*-Mr. W.. 8.WUVlns... GateN.:. : ''S.tid'.teq"&O"> Dr ;'KHnner.. ;&' : I nd, cleared," fenced, ditched, ,house,: i
:j <' 4r ; meet'sr C.;write? "I used Dr. flail'. Pin.iIfaney 'ar.I'C4, Binghimton.' JNY" '';' for a..;sam-. .' . . .... .' \ ahd barn'.-Suitable for sugar cane,! '
': "'th. Monday'. Irt a csva irlvcn'op as honelesi pie, also lt;will collmce.an,. : 14 I cw peas and rice( b ,,'DeBirable lotion :
Il'i fft file r"4 U.'tfooetecl' aeomaht, enrvr <*..r,-es.'. ,You Ott.1110'! receive a,, book-. for' fattening cattle.?.,000.,;'"
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