The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Kissimmee Valley gazette
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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It has been our since '
At the present rate of increase in
ing to Kissimmee and connecting with
use of the city power and 1I1'ht'plant
the Valley Gazette to chronicle cures yr i i 1 r service 'it is only a question of a few
of persons who came with almost ev- months until Kissimmee will need an

ery known' disease, but,.no case has addition to her lighting and Power facilities .3c.
given! us more pleasure to record than .
that of'J. M. Byars,' who came to -Kls- Superintendent Joiner states 'that

simmee last Christmas from Atlanta, 'I 1 the past sixty ,day. has been one of

Ga., suffering with ;rheumatism.Mr. ) continual demand for service the Installation

Byars was about as pitiful look ,j of motor power in several etc

ing an object when he arrived hereas plants formerly using engines, necessitating

one would care to meet, andwas inconstant I extra work on the part of the

pain, never for a ,moment employee to supply the needs of t'' .
forgetting that the most dreaded disease
manufacturing con rn..;
had him in a death clutch. Every . .. I The late additions to' electric power }

step he took, every move he made :| HOME OF N. B. CARSON, BROADWAJT AND'SPROULL AVENUE.' are Lupfer &; Pratler's 'wood yard,

brought agony untold, and the heart .... flye horsepower; Graystone laundry,
of a stone man would have been touch-. | -- .. : ------ -u-u-LjT-oj-u-u-vj-irxrx.. fire horsepower; Graystone refrigeration ,
i ,
ed by his suffering. [j ( plant, five horse power; Coco Co '

But those days are but memories j INCREASE' RANDOLPH la Bottling Works, three horsepower;

to Mr. Byars, for he- Is. well, sure WillOsceolalounty Kissimmee Fish ,Co, .three bone-

enough well, and can and does walk j i power, and orders are 'on file for a'
five or six miles without resting.. He 1 seven and one-half horsepower motor'
id a* gay' and happy as any youngsteron { IN FREIGHTSHIPMENTS Have Boys' Corn Club"and'Cirls' ACCEPTS JOBTOSURVEY for the packing house of S. J. SlighCo.

our streets, and says that him and .. ., a ten horsepower for the South

Old Death parted company shortly? :j : Florida Lumber Co., a five horsepowerfor
after reaching this city. i Canning Club the Ledbetttr Machine Work,

How did he do it? How was this > ; which will begin Business next month;

almost miraculous cure made? Why, a six horsepower for ,the' Stratton

Mr. Byars went on true//arm and CHANCE packing house and a twenty horsepower'for

it improved was only, and a few in leer daywrtil; Ban a he month felt! DURING PAST MONTH CLUBS IN FLORIDA, WILL BE IN KISSIMMEE( WILL BEGIN WORK"SOON ] Many additions the Reef!hare box factory.been
a he was able to hold blown with any OCTOBER 6 TO APPEAR BEFORE COUNTY .'COMMISSIONERS .... the light service, fifty lights having
: ,
of the men, and as he has only lost AND SCHOOL BOARD. , ., - been added to the store'of, M. Katz,

four days since he began, and those .FROM KISSIMMEE WAS $3.500 .... IN SHORT.,TIbIECALL: _WILlj BE' and,ovef. two hundred L put,In.for the
were in July, when gardening is at MORE THAN: DURING THE -f ,, ISSUED' FOR MEETING 'OF Dixie theater in addition to_ a large.

the 'lowest ebb.The'question. SAME LAST YEAR :: ALL LAND WNERS' iN number-of fans Installed., "
MONTH At the last "Washington n''D.; C.:;July 25, 1918. *
is often asked, "What ,WHICH SHOWS A "Mr.'W. L. WatscnT"Live ;; DISTRICT FOR PURPOSE I seen by >a representative of k
this ,
paper .
brought your cure about?" but the I HEALTHY GROWTH Oak, Florida. OF ,KIS Tuesday Superintendent '
: DRAINING Joiner stated that
,at the: in
particular cause has as yet never been "DeatMr. Watson: present '
EXPORTS, SIMMEE VALLEY. crease in the demand for lights and
found. Those who came here suffering I, I "In making our plans for the
', it would be
power necessary,to make
? with rheumatism the
say onlv. Demonstration work in Florida for
thing they did to, get cured was to According to reports from the local l j ( the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1913, P. :A. Vans Agnew is in receipt' a an expenditure of about $7,000 for ; '
new dynamos in order'to
atay in the open and drink freely of I' freight office the shipments of various I we will h'ave available sufficient funds message from' Mr. Isham Randolph, needed furnish power
for the
our pure artesian water; that they ( merchandise, from this city for the i jto carry the work fn'only twenty-four the engineer in charge of the survey At the coming boiler winter season.
Buffered less with each day, and finallythe past month ,has exceeded that of the 1 :' counties in the state at the presentrate being made in the Everglades, that to take tare of the power Is sat'ficient
pain was all gone and their joints same period in 1912 by $3,500. f) ; 1 r ; of\salary, paid to agents. Other he will accept the'proposition made dynamo that inevitable in
power seems
as 'limber as'before. the. disease was During, 1912 there was an unprecedented ,, counties in the state where the'W9rk him by the gentlemen who 'plan the but in order'to keen nil with the. _,
contracted. I i ambunt of freight reeeievd i in I, has never yet been inaugurated arerequesting drainage of the Kissimmee Valley, and - -r grow-
ing, population of the'elty is
And ur'physicians don't know the Kissimmee due to the fact .that street, the work, but our present! will begin the work of making a survey question of a few months, until only
., cause of the many cures that have paving was in progress,'' and the figures -' t j appropriation will only permit us to "in the proposed Kissimmee Valley extensive very (
Improvements will J be .
been, made here during the past five show a falling off in the receiptsas 1 ; i carry the wrok In' the twentylourI drainage district immediately upon sary. neces

years-they come here all stiffened compared with that of the same J I (I counties: A few of the counties have completion of his work in the Ever

up and suffering the torments' of the {period in 1912, but the large increase /I I had the work for four years, all ofthe glades, and make an expert report as
.damned, and in a.few 'weeks or monthsare in shipment from this city makes a others where the work is now being I I to the feasibility and practicability of READING GAZETTE

completely cured. That's all there remarkable showing. The fact that / ; 'I carried on ,have had it ,for at least the drainage planned.As .

is to tit. And we don't intend to say i Osceola county has shipped to western years. set forth in a letter to Mr.. Ran. GETS FLORIDA FEVER

we know or even suspect tt is this or ;: states many carloads of cattle is responsible "We have found from experience dolph there are several things that his **

that thing, for we don't know the for this good record made, | $75 per month for the local agents report will include, one of the most TIRED OF ENDURING EIGHTMONTIIS "
least thing about It. All we knew is and indications are that the coming 8 not sufficient to justify a success important being the effect on navi-

that during a residence here of some- j'fruit season will show another increase : farmer to neglect his farm and his gation,, on Lake Tohopekaliga, Lake OF WINTER OUT OF:

thing over five years we have seen i'''in the business done by the Atlantic is ; I and,furnish! his own convey Cypress and Lake Kissimmee and the 'EVERY TWELVE.

at least a hundred.,peoplo come here;Coast Line at,this point. nce to carry on the work, In most Kissimmee river, which now' furnishes k

'Buffering with rheumatism, ''many ,of I i j I carloads of cattle were I the other Southern states the local a route to Lake Okeechoboj and other Sault Ste. Marie Mich.
whom had to be lifted from the cars J whipped, in four lots from this city/ I es8 men or"county commissioners streams and canals to both the east ,1913. '
. .and carried 'stretchers to hotel I appropriated funds to supplement coast and the Gulf. Sept. 17th,,,,
i during the period from May 5 to Au- The Kissimmee Gazette:
or boarding house, and in a few weeks "! gust 9, which is the largest number appropriation from.the U. S. gov Aside from the more than one million -.. Kisslmmee Valley Florida +"'

I we have seen those same people walk- I j' reached in the history of this stationin I : so 'that the county agent acres that it is planned to drainof Dear. Sirs; I ,am
: be paid a better salary. surplus water, the owners of .the your
ing on our streets without crutches or the name number of shipments.
paper, as suppose thro
' canes, and in a few months as well'' Other merchandise' received in the ) "One hundred and twenty counties land in! the proposed district desire i ito of -
your county commissioners
as ever*they were in their lives. I I city shows an increase 'over last year, Texas are now.appropriating.$500 maintain the present navigable' want to. say that I read 'it and,

.Cf course, Mr. Byars has decided tohide and indicates that the city is enjoying I'f to supplement the $675 allotted stage of the waterway along the preciate it very much. Some day ap-I It.
route, and in the report of Mr Ran-
Kissimmee his permanent home business. the U. S. government appropria-
:a healthy prosperity. am coming down to see you, as I am ;
and Mrs. Byars has recently joined I Agent Stevens states that althoughhe which enables them to pay their dolph give the details of_ how the getting the' Florida fever. .

, him here, and is so pleased with the J!' anticipates a heavy demand for agents $100 per month for' drainage can be accomplished without I transplanted strong, large "tomato
city, the peopleand the climate, and cars this season there will be. little ) months in the year: Sixty effecting waterways. plants to'' my garden June let, and
have been received .j
especially with the health of her husband delay on the part of the road to. furnish it : in Arkansas' are appropriat- sufficient Replies from a had to cover them the first week to
number of the land
that, she says: she feels like returning ,' the needed equipment. One of $700 each. to whom letter owners protect them from frost and by great
a addressed
thanks every hour in the day : trouble often experienced by Southern "I. l believe> that $85. per month for the officers was by care I succeeded in ripening a few, the
temporory for -
to kind Providence for turning their : railroads is the fact that there are months would enable us to keep I I sums of to the asking' i I first few days in" September, when a

footsteps toward this most favored I thousands of cars sent north and west men in the work In Florida. the report money of Mr. Randolph pay expense to insure of killing frost got In' its work on the '"':

place. every fruit season and used'in- those -counties will want to appropriate the Success of the 13th, so, no more tomatoes.. ;'
movement, and It is .
I weeks only than this to get the services of I am getting '
states for many leaving I now only a matter of a few weeks enough' of eight months :}(
"Whispering Bill" Speer, cJ Orlando, !' regular freight 'cars to be. utilized most competent man. The Pensa-i, until the plan. will be ready to J be winter and two each of fall and"sum ',

the fruit tree man, is' spending the I' when fruit cars are in demand, How- Commercial association is now!I passed upon by the owners of,, all the : mer.v "' .'"* t'lf :' '

Week here.. .. ever, the railroad company will en- ad $1125 per year towards j i land in the drainage district proposed, I am with you on good roads, and t
deavor to avoid as much as possible salary of an agent In Escambla{'I after which bonds will be lowed"andthe firmly believe in true cooperation in
..00..00000000000..000.1 insistingon The business men in' Live In both buying and selling. '
this drawback this season by actual work of drainage begun..
: :1! the early return of the fruit cars and Suwanee county are' appro- i'i True cooperation will aom. daysolve '
when empty. of per year I, HOME FROM LAKE. >the high cost of living question; .
0 +
STOCKHOLDERS. .M Suwanee county Hillsborough and will bring the producer and consumer
.' 0 I Sabraska t is appropriating $300 per year W. C. Gilbej R, .C., Canon, Mike closer together.

0 A meeting of those who subscribed <+ Some weeks ago,Private supplement the salary of the agent Gown and A. M. Robinson composed Wishing you success, and thanking ,
Ft. Dade to
for stock in the proposed* came to' Kissimmee from that county. the party* of pleasure seekers that returned you and Osceola .counzyyFommiaaion-
0 sanatorium .will J be' held in the '* spend a few days of his furlough, and "We have decided in future that we here Tuesday after spending ers,, Jam ( , ,

-council; chamber on Monday night + was so well pleased that he wrote fort to '". request those counties who do- the past ten days cruising' on the water %. ,Yours, truly, _
.:at 7:30: o'clock.. Definite plans<0- a .comrade'ln' the ranks at the the services of county agent to route between -Kissimmee and Fort W. .IL CLASS' ) R. 4

.will J be adopted and articles of incorporation > that.Klssimmetf was the best place to ti not less than $175 each Myers on the Gulf and Fort Lauderdale Money, spent 'on;."good row .,will

F. 0 of the company voted'* spend a vacation, with'the'result: that supplement the $075:>, which will be on the Atlantic. They report a bring untold results.,' "
.0+upon; therefore :all who are In. 0 Private Fisher arrived from Ft. Dade > by the U. S. :government. This 'splendid time, and as for fish, Mr. .

0 terested '''in.,this" matter 'are ,requested '<... Tuesday and has taken up his resi- give us $85 per month for ten Canova claims- they were forced to Jas..A.' O'Berry, and Julian Montadoca -, :
0 to' be present. * dence at'the home of J. H.' Harris for j for our Florida agents., run at night without lights to, keepthe 'were prominent( .: Whlttierites..hereon e

9 ,.' 0,the. next fe w'w" eka..'. Mr, Fisher is to [ (Continued) on .page 5)) fish from $jumping! into the boat' ', ' Tuesday.. "'
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.. the Big Barbecue" their occupants The cattlemen have NE ;i EN5V PUT YOUR FOOT ..IX ITI \ I/o/
: .' paid an annual rental of, three cents ,
i : at Southport'Tomo'rrow' an acre to the state for the ''grazing Fla.' /,
+ Railroad Ave. and Dakon St,\Xis.unmee, r,
privilege on the "new college" lands. pair of the beat, ,
A ahoea
-- "Now, however they will be 'com- Now l have ready for setting out: yea ever
T --- pelled to buy them in competition with Strawberry Plant Eggplant Plant bought for the money We'are closing .
other bidders at public auction and .Cauiflower Pepper out our shoe stock to give-''oar
t ,
,,1; } TUB' PROCEEDS WILL GO,TO HELP PAY FOR BUILDING. without-the preference right of taking grocery: department more 1'0018'" :;

L ; T.__._ ._ ._. __ QUR, NDSOME. _METHODIST_ __ _ CHURCH. them at the highest bid. The cattle And will soon have celery and all kind of vegetable plant this sale. will continue to a Ankh.NOSiIOESCHARGED. 1\1\
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"' ' ___ ,_ outfits_are' making their last stand in that Prow best in this country, by 100 or 100O. I* <.<

. -- that part of Oklahoma: -and;'like the Enquire of NICK- ROGERO,...Sup t.... .
If you wish to'have the time of your, careful that the basket is of some size,,, buffalo, are quickly, disappear. Their : _;..

I s t i life, go to Southport tomorrow. and is full to.the brim, for,a man nora going will close the last and one of the "9'9"iHH II ''il'9 II HtUttUUtt'tUtUtl.Ii'Ii'v_ .. ... .. :r'" ..'.. ...,'>I'VV Vy...,....,. ....,... .. ..m...,..., ........ .. ...,.. .. T f 4.60, Men's Tan blu. ox. Is'lift:

, There's going to be an old-fashioned woman nor a child has fever yet romantic chapters of the story ,4.61 Men' Pat Wa. 8a5
6 barbecue given in the oak grove at gone to Southport but has de of' 'the plains country. Many .an old 1 handle <
will cold sat -'will choke he tries government's grazing business, 4.00 Men's Pat. blu. ox. - g.1p :' 4.
k that famous resort. Jno. M. Lee veloped an appetite that be cowboy as to swallow EXAMINATION small timber sales, build roads, trails,
play the part of chef de resistance at isfled only after two hours of continu his "sour,dough" biscuit,that day." telephone lines, and cabins;fight forest 3.60" Men' 'Tan but._.ox._ ., - 2.45
the pit in which a thoroughbred,range ous eating. 8.50 Men's Pat. blu. ox. 4O" 2.46
fires, andd.estimate timber.
i steer will be roasted to a finish, and And don't forget that the proceeds I j FOR ASSISTANT 3.00 'Men'* Pat. blu. ox. -: 2.46
that li nuf red ordinarily, but on this of this barbecue pies to help pay for MEAT' FAMINE When necessary' the ranger must
and maintain his saddle and 4.00 Men's heavy Damp-proof '
that the the Methodist church own own
occasion there is a guarantee building new '
meat of this steer will be so tender the handsomest church edifice to be ABOUT pack animals. Rangers permanently i Elk 4O4O'' 2.8'\

and juicy and sweet that you will found in any city in Florida the size IN SIXORJEI6HT ,Y- assigned to a forest are provided with "2.00 Men' Tan Foots.ease 1.45

imagine it's a young Durham calf. of Kissimmee, and of which our whole headquarters consisting of cabins, .,''I 1 .' a ,' a e

And there'll not be a piece as big as a I'''people are prOudSo: 'you see you YEARSDECLARES SALARY $1,100 YEARLY barns, and 'sheds, with some agricultural $3.50 LaY Pat. But Ox./J/ . 2.C5
ten-cent piece but what will be browned will not only have one of the most land to grow food for their families '
3.50, La. Tan But.,ox 2.45
and domestic animals.
{ to a finish,'so it will make no difference pleasant experiences of your lives, but 1'-' '
4' what part of the steer you get, you will be numbered among those A. ) The government in announcing the 3.50 La. Pat..''Bin o 2.C5
it will make, your _mouth water ,for who aided in giving to our city a monument present examination calls attention'' 3.50 La. Tan Blu.: ox 4O.. 2.45

more. to Christian devotion that will I' AT GARNERS' AND APPLICANTS -,, to the fact th'at appointment in the 3.00 La. Tan Pump 4O.' .. 1 .

1, But one of the important things-in stand for all time, :WANTS TilE GOVERNMENT TO MUST BE ABLE. forest service does not guarantee,year 2.50 La, White Ca 1.65
fact, about the most important-t-that The boat will leave at 8:30: in thmorning long employment, since it is necessary
CONVERT PUBLIC liTS: La./White andals 1.00
the committee desires the public to and be on hand promptly at to,furlough a number of rangers during -
'I remember, is to carry'along a basket that hour, for there'll be hundreds THE WEST INTO CATTLE, .- AGES OF,21 AND 40. the winter months when their services And many other grand value we'

filledwith good things to eat. Let' who'll go,:and every; one will seek,the PASTURES 'AND USE are not needed on the forests;: cannot mention here. \

P a those things be the same as you generally best }place aboard to view the scenery' C VALR1>- AS Preference )'s given, however, to furloiighed And some very startling value In
IIi carry along -on picnics: but be along' the trip of twelve miles. COWBOYS. The United 'States civil service commission employees' whose services are groceries, 'notions, etc "..

i .. ... announces an examinationfor satisfactory in recruiting the force at -

assistant forest ranger on October the beginning of a field season. COME ,AND SECTAYLOR'S
i : Chicago, 111., Sept. 23.-It is the 21 and'22. In field'' district,No. 3 of Applicants can secure information

I: I'i" Retrospect, or Looking Backward; duty of the United States to stock its the forest service the examination will concerning the' examination from the '

---Also Forward "COME.. LET-US government lands in the West with be held in Arizona at Flagstaff, Por U. S. 'civil: service commission, Washington -
\' REASON TOCETER" cattle- put the army, especially the tal, Prescott, Roosevelt, Safford, Snow- D. C., or from forest supervisors
.J. _---- cavalry, to work as cowboys to handle flake, Springerville, Tucsoji and Wil ; atthe places named. 424 BROADWAX-PHOKE250
t (Continued from last'issue) improvements we have installed and the animals supply packers with this liams; 'in Arkansaa: at Harrison and

si Our churches tell us of the duty we wish to "progress" in the*future. beef at cost,'80 that the price would be Hot Springs; in Florida at Garniers; ,

owe, as professing Christians, to send Last year instead of 35000.00 .odd lowered the people, and a threatened in New Mexico at Albuquerque, Capi-
i r missionaries to foreign countries.\hereto which has been spent in building in meat faminedue, in six or eight tan, Cloudcroft, Santa Fe, Magdalena,

, convert the heathen, when right our city, taking our municipal improvements years averted, in the opinion of A. M. Tres Piedras and Silver City; and'in
here 'at home our Christian charity in consideration ,the sum Dubin'of New York, a delegate to the Oklahoma at Cache. -

does not extend far enough to enable should have been at least from $160OOO'.OO ,- American Meat Packers' Association Candidates must be able-bodied men' The Valley Gazette

I'' ,4 us to do more than bury our dead in : to,$200,000.00t according to the who today declared that only by some ,,between the ages of 21 and 40, capableof
hired ground. buildings which have been erected in drastic action could the meat shortagebe enduring all the hardships of out- Sale
Opens Bargain
i., What more 'Sacred duty do we owe sister towns.It prevented. door life. A medical certificate to a

.to our loved ones or to the strangerwho looks as if investors are much "My proposition (is perfectly simple," this effect is required. The examination
laid down life's, burden while so- dissatisfied with the manner in which said Mr. Dubin. "The government consists of two parts, .a field That Runs 30 Days

\ journing in our midst, .or to a Just our municipal affairs have been con- : lands in the West could be made into test and the answering of practical

J ," God, who, by death brings us all to ducted. This want of confidence can pastures where countleso cattle couldbe questions. The latter relate to land "

f. one common level, than to dedicate a I be restored if we are' not too proud raised to prevent the high cost of surveying, timber estimating, lumber- '
f "God's Acre" free and unencumbered I to 'follow the example of.some of our meat" and prevent the famine which is ing, land laws, mining and the livestock As this is.the season for cleaning up old stock and makingroom

; to His name. other Florida cities. surely coming otherwise. j business. Practical experienceand for'ncwahd up-to-date goods, t Valley, Gazette will fall

i'!' ':: I advocate a change in this as in Reader, if I have tailed to convinceyou "Unless some such action .is taken, general intelligence, as shown by into line by offering a ,
that under our present form of I ability to write with reasonable clearness
), other civic matters. there will be no meat on the tables of C
s4 M'' Let -us secure experienced men tot civic government has been squanderedmore the workingman for-the-next decade. of expression, are' the main re- Thirty Day .Subscrifcion: Rate
money than would have been the quirements. Rangers must be residents
The -
build city (if they now government could do nothing better
help up nucleus wherewith to form a fund for relieve of the state in which they seek of One DollarTo
than to *
dwell us so much the, better), this situation which
a much needed lake sea wall with dockIng -i is employment, and should be familiar
what know every day ? becoming more serious.
pay'them for they ; place facilities, then for the sake of Some of the cattle could be used to with local industrial conditions and all who will pay two or more years in advance. This
them under bond for the faithful
performance your-own pocket, if not for the sake feed the troops and'Indians topography.From offer includes both renewal and new subscriptions.
while the '
of their duty then if they
I ; of your city, study conditions as they the list of successful> candidates The date
of this
are found wanting we have the power rest of it could be sent to the packers beginning of extraordinary offer will be .
is I ';1 of recall, under a commission form exist for.yourself, do your; own think- at cost, which would be retailed at the the government selects new men September 6th (tomorrow), and the closing day will be October
i of government..' ing, as I do, and if you have a "kick" same price plus the cost of dressing."I for the forest service, who are appointed 6th. 1913. But remember that to get the Valley Gazette at this
l 1 1j 1 I coming, register it before the public' have 'as assistant forest rangers, reduced rate will.have to at least
1 Every man is worthy of his hire; taken this'up with some of you pay two years in advance,
Let ressurrect our .former energy at $1,100 yearly salary. They are which will be
r t. j some council 4f"en have proved they 1 I I the department heads who favor it, .
eligible to
which has been lying dormantfor promotion, later to higher
r'h ,while others it is too The Valley Gazette into the
1 are dear at$1.00 per meeting. If they some time, then let be say paternalistic. grades, including vacancies in the goes majority of homes in'this
4r ,, were,*under bond the case would ,be I our'slogan' !They, however, must:not stand in the sition of po county and section, but"there are a few who are not subscribers
t";' I:' (;diferen ' j""Sleep, not, advance' /uJU"J /.,," ;'I way of relief when an actual famine deputy,supervisor and. super- who we would like to enroll on our list ./ .
: Ii-i) t 1\il\ ,?J Iw4iS'ifia! ; / visors. -
f. ; very truly , >'I.\ 'M: '
, II'\,; ( ', Is'!.: ; , .' '
; r" No conscientious man objects to be- ".-" "' i-/f < > ; ,, These field = Thii offer Is open to any peno'n anywhere, but will be with-
," H. EDMUNDSWABEY.fLAST \ : men ,rangers and assistant -
ing' put under bond he would rather fourth'part'of all,Ithe meat'killedfor ;; \ A.drawn..alteiOctoher'6th. .'" '
) ; ',' rangers-transact the businessof ,', t 't.1 / ,
'j ; court the Idea if he was up in his work. the table, it was said was wasted. the national forests under direction : "
'We'may have an economical coun Poor families, refuse to be content
OF THE supervisors. They conduct
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', ell at present, but we have no safe- with chuck and round steaks, despitethe
guard the, next council will not play fact that those cuts can be made .
.r' : r, ducks and drakes with the taxpayers' OPEN RANGE delicious by correct cooking, and the
: great American
I money. family of meat eaters
i Who 'is responsible in monetary fails to practice proper economy'in its Reduced
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sense for our city's affairs, echo answers meat, diet, Said John T Russell, presi- Prices on Michelin' Tires
,d "Who?" dent of the Master Butchers' Associa- ,
; Jt, Who is morally responsible for the I tion of Atlanta He said the housewife -

; past mistakes? NO MAN'S. LAND THING OF PAST must do her part in keeping--down Effective Sept. 15 1913

L r Some of our most prominent citizens the high prices of meats. ,
l leaders of'' our financial affair, The packers yoted yesterday to
Ii ,' also the pillars of our churches passed MARKS. TilE END OF BIG CATTLE spend $100,000 a year for five years to '

it 'the big ditch up to the taxpayers to OUTFITS IN CHOICE GRAZING stimulate the cattle raising industry. :

ri, be settled, for in all Its hideous and REGION-LAND DISPOSED -
"unsightly phases and with its aftermath
i t i '; of threatened civil suits against OF TO SETTLERS. Old faded and colorless rugs and MI.CH.ELIDON'T.

r 'the taxpayers' f carpets made to look like new '

"We know what we have experienced I I 'Thefollowing is ,taken from the Cleaned and color restored without',

' In ,the past and why should the tax New York Sun of September 17th, removing them from floor, without injury

i payers expect any fairer treatment 1 in and is particularly interesting to our tothe most costly fabric. r iy .

the future, whY"any sudden change of people, as It marks the beginning of Turkish;, Persian, Indian and what
f heart in their direction Florida being converted into the great- ental of any kind. Satisfaction l Inner
Individually we show some civic est cattle producing state in the Union. anteed when restored orjie ,/ Ori'j' \

pride; collectively, very little; if.( we "The"sale of approximately six hundred A postal.'brinjgs-\rSto: your GOOD '.
had more we would have a "genuine"cleaning thousand acres of its "new col '. Art
V'' up day, grant the cows a* lege" lands l by: Oklahoma in the coun 25 cents.squar gandcatpets' \ 11.00 Tubes

;p! ;i7 dispenstion to enable us to get rid of ties, of Cimarron and Texas in September 4 Tire ' ;
some of the street and lot weeds. and October will bring to an Post Office Box 14\ .Kissimmee, 4

; 3i; Orlando has passed favorably on a end the big cattle,.outfits and the big 374-pd-1t t t i. ,

commission form of government, Lakeland cattle ranches in that part of the -- !
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I yB. as she' is energetic and ''progressive state. if 'h' : _Best with ,alt J types and
I 666 ave not
is sure to obtain, then why do "Since the earliest day these coun- ,
; h 1h we not fall in line with' wideawakecities ties have .been 'a part of-the chosest / makes of envelopesImitated
This it a prescription prepared especially !
r ? .. grazing: region of the great plains. For for MALA IA or CHILLS", FEVEfR.- .. "
aj We all know the fate of the man decades the vast herds of native cattle Five or six dotes will break any. caN, and
{ '.i ;. who wrapped up his talent in a nap moVed unrestrained by wire fences, if taken then )is a Ionic the Fever will not a. in Color but
1 Y, kin., return. It acts on the liver better ban
feeding ,the "buffalo" .
a upon\ o* curly '
Calomel and r : ,;,
s BeSt Springs, Arkansas, has beennearly mesquite grass, so nutritious that the
anihtlated by a big"''conflagra5tion. -' cattle went fat to market without the jMICHELIN. i
M. i e :q;In her trouble she favors a com' use of corn. Uneftllep( : in Quality F.

mlsl ion 1'form of government to helprebuild "Year after year, however; the small M. J ..
her city on businessprinciples.Kansas farmercrept, further and "further'to- G. Weaver ,

o' City, ,Kansas, isgloryinc ward the'weat in search of 'cheaper JProfouor of tn. We pay cash for old tires or make a discount
under a commission form of 'government lands, and as' his ..numbers' increasedthe or
thereby it owns its public util cattle men, found'their range nar- FINE ARTS them '

t, ,itles and is hundreds of thousands'ofdollarahead owing and ihelr'wter. supply decreaang -. Employing MuM
*, annually the old.form, sis these settlers fenced their homesteads 'ing rapid wrilrng..tcli1a '
w t of government .o 'along' the few streams hi, the oil pa I,;,., T.acking oLi4 architectural a ... t1.w. -
.My individual opinion is, from observation country. <* p rf;; mud w

tI ,of whathas been acs'sa tr."These "new college? lands are all n.olfiag. r.:\: __ W. B Makinson Co. .
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'Jlliehed3 certain cities under, a com- that remain of the :unfenced area.. '
zniastaOform'+ of government, that we ,They Intermingle with the homesteads Studio at Park Motel i

+' ,1 *' 'need;this.:form and that badly, obtained by settlers from the Government Private leon, and das work, KISSIMMEE. AND ST. CLOUD FLORIDA , I
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POULTRY AND eggs( and poultry. The dealers were CLARK WANTS M prominent druggist, is on his way to J, Misbrajiding I does not demonstrable"
r encouraged by the Department specialists New York STATES MUST
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to work toward the 'end of affect/ the death rate of the 'country.

EGG HANDLING buying on a graded ,quality basis 'in HOME FOR THE Francis P, Conroy,of Jacksonville, If the efforts/ devoted to prevention of 4

order that there might be a financial and Robert E. Davis, "of Gainesville, INSPECT ALL misbranding were to be concentrated

Incentive for the farmer to produce: were visitors here today. Mr. Davis more largely upon the suppression of b

EXTENSION WORK poultry of a better grade.,, VICE-PRESIDENT who is one, of 'the most prominent FOODS AND DRUGPRODUCED S I the traffic. in contaminated milk, meat ;,

The 'results of the work thus,'far I lawyers In,Florida, i Is returning: ( from I vegetables and other products) that

have been gratifying and it is proposedto the meeting of the American Bar Association may carrY disease, a positive reduction -

FOSTERED BY GOVERNMENT carry on similar demonstrations AND MEMBERS OF THE at Montreal of the'country's death rate would
during October and November" and CABINET WITHIN ITS BORDER inevitably result At best, however,.

next year,. not only in Missouri but in j( the federal authorities under the' food

. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE every southern state, including( particularly DECLARES IN FAVOR OF SUF- GEORGE WARD and drugs act,can deal only with such

COOPERATES WITH UNIVERSITY -, Texas, Oklahoma,and Florida. j I .FRAGE FOR THESE INCLUDE MILK. AND of. these bacteria-carrying products
RESIDENTS OF as chance to enter interstate

TION CARS. J WILL GRANT IT, JOB J ,AND MEAT can extend to the rural communities t
"PRODUCTS.Washington is absolutely limited to those set
DOING MUCH Uements which happen to be near the
Washington, D. C.. Sept. 15.-The j -
Washington, D. C., Sept. 22.-RepreBentative borders of the. states, and so receive
Department of Agriculture, in coopera- COLLECTOR OF INCOME, TAX ,' D. C.:, Sept. 17..Dr.Carl : .
anon with the University of Missouriand GOOD WORK chairman of the some of their easily contaminatedfoods
L. Alsberg, chief of the Bureauof
Blouse Committee on public-buildings: through interstate
the Missouri State Poultry Board, I '
I and grounds, believes that there is no Chemistry, Department of Agriculture rhe rural communities in the hearts
with the assistance '
has been
running, I' POSTMASTER OF believes that the state. must
why the should i BROOKSVJLLE W the states seldom '
(reason country provide obtain these on-
of various railroads what is proboblythe '
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largest poultry and egg handling IN THE INSPECTION OF MEATS a luxurious mansion for the chief I II WANTS A NEW, LOCATION FOR I rigidly contaminated inspect foods and control and drug alt'eaidlf labeled and possiblydangerouc, foods
executive and ,not 'i produced through Interstate ,
j provide some.sort shipment They
extensionwork ever before carriedon I HIS OFFICE, AND VISITS within their borders. These include '
tOr home, for the Vice-President and get their food of this kind almost
in this, country. such foods milk and other
DURING THE PAST,SEVEN YEARS also make similar provision for cabi- WASHINGTON FOR as wholy! Jn domestic commerce. Their'
From 'July 18th to August 26th dairy products, water fish, shellfish,
I net officera.I : TIIAT PURPOSE. milk cOme. from nearby farms." Their 4
twenty-eight tow'n. were visited by the THERE WERE ONE HUNDRED many meat products, and indeed,
Following Representative Clark's fish and 'shell fish may be shipped to d
two demonstration cars.: These townsare AND FORTY-EIGHT. I all food that is eaten raw or shipped
,I theory that the government has them from sea food centers in thenearest
in central and southwest Missouri to the air. Each
exposed state
LION POUNDS CON- |enough,land in the District of Columbia (By WINFIELD JONES) owes large towns within their state '
and northern Arkansas. DEMNED.Washington j for building purposes, he mentions Washington, D. c., Sept. 18.-It is this protection both to its own citizens borders..,' \
This work was planned to assist and to those of other states who buy
I as a tentative proposition for the Vice probable that George Ward, of Pen- 'In many states the large cities are
the farmers and poultry dealers to obtain its products, he,declares. ',,
President's home the site now occu-: sacola: who was defeated in the contest the only points which, have.any' real
better knowledge of their business D. C. 19. I 'Theindividual state must
a ( Sept. -Magnitude guard
'pied on Pennsylvania avenue, south. for the United States marshal- sanitary protection. Our rural popuation .
to increase their profits and,increase of the government meat inspec the health of the state. The federal
east, by the Marine Ho"spital. ship for the northern district will be of 49,000,000 people; including
the of poultry and tion is authorities not do this work for'
supply eggs service shown by the following( can '
I Representative Clark picked: up the appointed to some good federal po the 80,000,000 who live on farms, With
for use as food for the consuming pub- figures covering the past seven years, the states. The federal authority,; the
idea that the government should pro- sition wjthln,the next few weeks. exception of those fortunate rural
lic, and to prevent the large waste now the period during( which the present vide homes for the Vice President and Ward came to Washington over under the food and drugs.act, extend dwellers, In one ,.f ,the. exceptional
existing due to faulty methods of Taw has been in effect only to food products entering into
according: ( to
cabinet members while the advisabilityof three months ago to make the contest states ,which regard the health of the
handling these products. To this end a statement,today of'the Departmentof interstate Commerce, and transmissionof '
buying a large tract of private prop- for the marshalship and stayed on the country people as also Important, receive
two demonstration cars were equipped, Agriculture.In erty in 16ih/ street near Florida avenue ground.: He has had the'endorsement disease through infected: food and very little state health protect, 4
one by the ,Missouri State Poultry this period more than 377,000,000 water is not wholly an interstate mat don
was being( urged upon him. The own of Senator Fletcher from the begin- ; and maintain no local protective)
Board, the,other by the Food Research animals were inspected at slaughter; ter. Disease frequently !I. of local
er of the property pointed out the advantages ning and claimed to have the endorse- system of their own, against contaminated
Laboratory of the Bureau of Chemistry of which 1,100',000 carcasses and 4- of the place as a home for ment of over eighty per cent of Sen source and of local spread., local milk, meat, shellfish, fish, ;
,. Department of Agriculture. 750,000 parts of, carcasses were con "The food and drugs act as administered i
the Vice President. ator Bryan's friends in the state. ; or vegetables.( Moreover,only a snail
I The Missouri car ,contained live demned.. The re-inspection of,meat "I; think the Vice President should ,Senator Bryan, however, steadfastly,:' in the past has been very large number of these rural inhabitant 'are
; specimens of the best breeds of poultry and meat food products In their various ly an economic measure. It has, to
be given a home here, said Mr. Clark ,refuses to endorse Ward because Ward j safeguarded by .competent Inspection
I adapted to general farm condi. preparations .amounted to 44 today, "but I do not believe it is necessary had opposed him in the last. be sure, prevented very, largely the against polluted water supply or sew.
tions, models of poultry houses, incubating billion pounds,. of which there were mixture of active poisons in ,hurtful
to 'buy the land. ,Also I believe campaign. Bryan's friend also! filed I erage-disposal methods dangerous to
and brooding( devices, nests, condemned 'on reinspection 148,000-; that the cabinet members should be some minor charges: against quantities with\) food products, but its health and life." ', . .

and other appliances used for raising 000 'pounds. There were certified for,!I ,given homes, and} these homes shouldbe but these were found to be groundless; particular work has been to see that I -

poultry. It contained samples of feeds export 8 billion pounds. scattered around various parts of Attorney General McReynolds: has I food products are properly branded, i Some women remind one of human Pl

I ,and proper rations, charts on the selection Federal inspection is maintained ,the city: thousand, dollars a monthis been in favor of the appointment ,of j:so that the consumer knows what he I woodpecker. the way they go around.
of breeding stock, feeding 792 slaughtering( establishments, which a large salary-In some places-but JohnD. Perkins of Pensacola from the I I I is getting and is not cheated into paying I continually knocking.If '

I of poultry, combating of 'diseases, number: includes practically: every es- a cabinet officer with nothing but his beginning of the contest, because Perkins ( a high price: for a product adulterated -

photographs of priM,hens in the famous tablishment of importance in the coun- salary has to watch his expenses very is McRe "olds' cousin' ,with,a cheapener, This must, I a man acts like n-ass he should'

Missouri egg-laying( contest, and try. These establishments are distrib I carefully.: We ought to give them Ward's principal: object in staying t ,of course, always of the purposes I' not be surprised if men ride 'him.and
the numberof j I' of the act; but we must make him bear burdens..
graphic illustrations uted In 227 towns and cities. The homes here, So the poor and capablemen in Washington was to prevent any
eggs that hens compared force necessary to conduct inspection,' could afford to take office." member of the Florida delegation from i deveived into believing that this very I t
with the few eggs laid by the Is comprisecI"of 2,400 veterinary In- Mr. Clark also declares he favors endorsing Perkins. | important economic function of the A healthy man can easily. preach
act is of great hygienic significance.. patience to the sick., }
hen in Missouri. assistants.The the District
average spectors and complete self-government for Several positions .are being spoken j ,
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The government car is a specially and certainty with Columbia but change in n'" -------- i
quickness: : of no of for Ward, but the one for which he
equipped refrigerator 'car containinga which the government inspectors I the half-and-half system by which the is being considered just now is one I 11111 II I 1111111111111111 I 4
+ cooled candling( room and chilling stationed in packing houses detect tuberculosis United States contributes.' the cost of the agents who will have charge of .

room. This car is the only one of its and other diseases in ani- I of-maintaining the National Capital. ; the collection of the income: tax. The I '

kind in existence.: ,It is equipped with mals and carcasses examined by them !Itepresentative Frank Clark last night plans for,this collection have not been i Legitimate

a gasoline engine whkh runs, a-dyna- at the time of slaughter is an Inter. told members of the East Washington fully formulated, so Ward's friends' r

mo' for' lighting( the car, and a centrifugal esting example of developed\ expert- Citizens Association that Congress is have no definite line on the position.It .

blower for cooling the car ness, Each: veterinary, inspector is I ready'' to grant suffrage to the people is probable, however, that Ward can and Conservative

by means of air drawn through ice well ,grounded In the fundamental of Washington. obtain the unanimous endorsement of '

and salt and forced into the car knowledge( of animal diseases, and The Florida member's remarks, the Florida delegation for any officeit ,

through holes'in a false ceiling.( Their I when entering the service is taken in made at the first fall meeting of the seems possible for him to secure.

I returns to the ice. and salt bunkerin hand an by experienced inspector for association, preceded action by that r

the end of the car through,false: careful instruction in his duties. I{)!,body in unanimQusly indorsing a C M. Price: of Brooksville today call-: Must be the predominating '.

side walls. The candling room in the In the large packing houses' the i| lution introduced by Capt teso-\\ ed at the Postoffice Department' in
feature of
and all
car ,is' equipped with ,electric candles post-mortem inspection work is so divided ,I Potter favoring a District company with Representative Spark. any trans- '
and resembles very closely a commercial and systematized that each car- Congress. 'The resolution recites that 1 man in regard to getting a new ]location -
actions connected
candling room Other types of cass must pass the scrutiny of several j Congress shall be requested to make for the Brooksville office.: with the

j candling devices are shown for use ,inspectors:: each of whom gives his entire I such arrangement, by legislation or I, When Postmaster Keathley was appointed affairs of this bank. "'\'
where electricity la not available. This. attention ,to examining certain: constitutional amendment as shall enable about a month ag'Q.he found

car contains, also, a new pickiYig-f rame particular parts. Under this system the citizens of the District to i I the postoffice in a delapidatcd con-

and cooling",rack: ,'rec ntly designed inspector's vision' and sense -of touch elect by ballot a delegate] to the House :, dition. Attempts to rent another,location Securely and Safetyof .
of I Representatives. I for the office were futile, the
the Department for the dressing( become so highly trained that exceedingly of
poultry. slight variations from! the I I 'Representative Clark stated that he I owners of nearby property:, placing

These cars remain a day In'each normal in organ or tissue are detected -' would like to' see a change in the I their' rental above. the figure fixed by I all our funds and those .

town Visited, affording/ the farmers, instantly, and the government tag form of government here which would the government. j I ,

i storekeepers, dealers, and others interested is promptly affixed/ J to all,the carcasses -. 'give 'Washingtonians as complete, Postmaster Keathley has proposed,I of our depositors is bur first
of citizenship as these enjoyed to the department that a new post-I
and and
.t in the handling'of poultry which show such: variations rights
eggs, time to visit the exhibits.In they are set aside for further inspection by the people of other cities. He said office: be built across the street from I and foremost consideration. '

'addition to the demonstrations by a final inspector.Manufacturers that he would favor mayor and a the present site, Price is endeavoringto
council for Washington and the I secure the consent of the.depart
held at the cars near the railroad stations city '
wherever possible'lantern slidelectures of artificial limbs election of a delegate to serve in the ment to Keathle,'!!.proposal. r We want yourbiteiness-< \ *

along similar lines were given are seeking substitutes for English Senate as well as one to serve in the always hollering ,"",--- _,_ .
Men '
in the evening. The attendance at willow, used because of its combined House of Representatives. on 'this basis. "
mother usedto
wives can't cook like
haveto their
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the various places varied from 1 50> to lightness and strength. claimed 1f you want suffrage you r ,
,but in all cases ( the 'Port' Orfard cedar of ,the Pacific do is go after it, Congress is readyto cook, but they won't marry old women J
500 people ,p r day, that with mother's experience in the i iI" iV
the excellent. The farm will serviceable give it to you. Demand it as :
coast 'Citizen.s'
interest was prove .Kissimmee JIi
Will 1 be cooking line..
it and the victory Bank
ers who raise poultry' were.told: how you wanted" ,. ., .. ji of :
to ''produce more and better poultry yours. Jo: part with*his hair, leaving himno ,

y,\ and to- insist upon its being.bought It is said tW 90,000,000: broom United M M. Taylor and; Mrs. Taylor of hair to part, is one of the most ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P IC. WEAVER; .; :P "
are'used in the '
on a graded quality basis, whereby handles annually 0 today in Washington i affecting/ parts a man. ever plays in President, Cashier .
'they would receive,more for good eggs 'States; one for each'man. woman Tampa spent Mr. Taylor, who is aJ J this. world. .. t'y9r ;
sightseeing. Mill hi* 4H
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:i kBRYAN SAYS HIS rectly. to'. candidate's ]campaignfund. GREAT AMOUNT 4h'P00400440 040044480. 044t440J040000A0444 :

To protect candidate: from slan- : i

PRIMARY LAW WILL cering anonymously and ,n.a.licioul all political attacks advertise-,made 'OF FOOD SUPPLYIN .1 Fall Goods ArrivingFor ..

; ments and campaign literature, must "To the legal mind,, apparently, the J Ladies WearVery
w PROVE. SIMPLE be signed by the author and must COLD STORAGETEN rights of property have always seemed I

also bear the name of the printer of more importance than human life. ,

and publisher. Furthermore, every For'hundreds of years it was possiblefor .
I I Boot newest
Satin style
brutally to maltreat. his pretty ,
in man
advertisement.appearing a
DISCUSSION CLEAR UP DETAIL a political newspaper must be marked "paid MILLION .CASES OF EGGS 1 child with less legal risk than if he I : retail for $5.00 0\\

;n. advertisement. The publication of had poached a hare. Gradually hu Genuine Blucher Button, with'tip 'and
p withineighteen man.lifa..became.more-.valuable.but "
charges days prior '-Cuban-heel i$5.00:
--'--'---- WORTH$64,000,000 ARET CAREFULLY
., yam :SENATOR EXPLAINSTPROVISIONS, to the' primary is prohibited, except even today it fails to receive the pro
r ; OF LAW OF' WHICil liE 1$ when a copy of the attack has been STORED AWAY WAITINGFOR tection that Is 'accorded to property, Very fine Patent Kid. Boot, cloth top,

r ..: .,AUTHOR IN TERSESTATEMENTS. '1 previously personally served on the PRICES TO PLACE It is no uncommon thing to find reoprted retail for < $4.00 .

candidate against whom the charges THEM IN LUXURY in British newspapers cases in I Patent Kid,: very fine, mat calf top, '
are made. This provision will give which a drunken navvy has kicked and: !
... CIASS. retail for -" $4.00
a Candidate amvle: time to refute'any otherwise abused his wife, to receive,: "

That the new Florida primary, law charges made against him during the .- no greater punishment at the hands of:

's is simple, workable and that it will campaign and will prevent eleventh Now that,the cold business the law than a paltry fine, while the Just the kind you have been fookangjor.le .

1 be easily understood after it Is in hour attacks Which have an insidious has become storage feature of unhappy wight who, driven by hunger, and See! It'.* pleasure to show our foods! -

operation, is the belief of Senator N. influence, but which are very difficult a permanent steals a loaf, is sent to prison. Nor I
the. American
food industries it is
t P. Bryan, the author"of the law. The to reply to satisfactorily, This breathing duty do we need' to go -oversea to find such I
Senator has been following with much space of eighteen' days will give'a a aspects public! of this to mode investigate o: preservationwith > the varied instances of 'the worship of property. i Dutton-Harris Co. 'F W 1sI

interest the discussion of the new pri candidate an opportunity to defendhis 'i An excellent illustration of the workings -
view of
alike its
a correcting
.j which has'been\ going on in course in life without the fear that and of the legal mind in problems of

the Florida newspapers, and he, believes sortie-new charge will be sprung at the bilities.shortcomings, In many developing quarters the its possU manifold !.:I this kind is to be found in a study of I I PJ=
theta good deal of misinformation last minute.No of
ten Notices issued the
4 aspects of cold storage and its Judgment by __ .__. __ _n___ -
la being studied by persons the candidate or other person will practical applications to human health United States Department of Agriculture .':""'"' "V'V"EJERJ: ::: : ::: S .. .::t..LtJNIVER81TY x: o-o !rro epnoox-T _
who have not
be. allowed to pay for newspaper influence and ,nutrition have not as,yet received and giving in detail the account OF FLORIDA FLA. STATE, ) COLLEGE FOR WAKEN
bill other than for paid newspaper often violations of the Food and Ualaravme > Tallahaaana
correct the serious, consideration which the of body, College of Art. and Science, Normal
'a tot be.t devclopaicat
l "In free discussion, a understanding advertising. Any ,editor or I Drugs Act. These ten cases deal with elude .....
person magnitude' the interests involved .. sad .)>lrlt .. you* 8 Col- School with Kindergarten Department.
of how it works is sure connected with a. newspaper: ,who solicits :. charges brought against the firm of I.... and dlvl.l.._Liberal Ariaf Lm School of Mu.IOr.. S pool of Art. Schoolof I
warrants. Figures' sometimes serve KaKlarrla Alrlr..'....., Tvaracn. EK relalon, Horn Economic with
said Senator.
to be reached, Bryan or accepts payment for advocat- stimulus for better appreciation'! Hawley and Hoops, New York, who Collra-ri Kxpcrlmrat Este..lo. .- Extension): Division. Beautiful location
as a
today. "Erroneous conclusions will becorrected the . Illvl.lo.tlydaa.te School.. 10 beautiful'bulllng and flrt>ola.*
ing election of any candidate will ; are ;in the canldy business. Hawley .
of the facts of commerce; and the, new brick building. bealde gymna.tum..wimming equipment tfircmc.hput Including gyro
R in due course by editors who be subject to .sev re penalties. The of science. and Hoops sell ,what is known as "penny pool and many ubld- n..1. urn and wlmrnlug pooU. 41 member -
progress A government ., and of- of the faculty" ando1LerfaoersOle .
In Faculty
have studied the low.I lary bulldln .61
j act further provides that. if a newspaper report is authority for the statement : goods"; that ia,..the ,kind of candy lIeero. 121 young peen from 46 Florida students. from .& counties, and 10
I .' J I Abolishes Second 1'rimary. assails the' personal' characterof that the estimated receipts into cold purchased by the little tot who has countrle count)?., lat and ealon.11 .tale and foreign. State TaltloB*.'---i Free. D i ard; ..d Bat....*.

"The law abolishes the second primary !- a candidate, or accuses, him of' misfeasance storage during one amounted in!. been given: a penny to spend. Ten different -' Tuition *.re Ioard ...* Pr.., '114.00 per ye.r. For Information .
.. and does with all the bitterness in year ....... "8.0 per yeAr Write today for address '
: office otherwise of Edwa.r4'
i away or attacks round numbers to 131,000,000 pounds' specimens Hawley and catalogue .A. A. Iturphree. Procldent. Sl-St Conrad President.,
I ,I {l y' ', social disturbance, business his official record or gives to'' of fresh beef, 20,000,000 pounds of Hoops' penny goods were seized }by the .-

i. demoralization' and expense between anyone else free space to make such fresh mutton, 176,000,000 pounds of, officials of the Bureau of ,Chemistry is only human. lie has his likes and Some men are so slow that they

i! ; the first,and second primaries. The' an attack, that the candidate may.. Immediately fresh pork, 157,000,000 pounds of but- and analyzed. ,All of them'wre,\ founto his dislikes; he loves and he hates; I I never make a howling success at anything -

t't'li second choice provision is the .equivalent make a reply free of cost ter, and 10,000,000 cases of eggs. It be adulterated with arsenic and his strength .between love and dutyis except pallbearing.

I( of two primaries at the same time. and in as conspicuous a place, pro' appears that 3.1 per cent of a year's most of them contained shellac. An just like that of the average citi

't "Under the old plan, after the first vided he does not take up more space production of fresh. beef, commercial of' them were being sold as chocolate- zen. We remember one case in par
primary was held, the leading candidates than the matter replied to. candies, yet the officers that
staughter, goes into cold storage; and tic lar: We had let a certain thinggo
t f' ._. had been defeated. These "de.I The Metropolis recently stated its the data for the other' meats furnish.,some did not even have the predomi- by unmentioned, because a tearful
I feated" voters were recognized as the position with" regard to the printing nating flavor of chocolate. In Park
) even larger figures. Of the farm and : every mother, owed down with her cross,
'" balance of power. The new law does of political matter. We did not make factory production of butter during a I case, the firm pleaded guilty. In nine had come to us and begged the faVor.A "

'i i not depart from this process, for the such a statement to show that we year, 9.6 percent goes into cold storage out of the ten cases no penalty was big headed man jumped us'about it Comer Broadway 4nd Dakin Are..
t: reason that their second votes are the took our position'within the l law but imposed, the court
: and of the farm and non-farm suspending judgment : and called us a coward for so doing.A .
i l ,only ones which are added to the total because we believed without consideration production of eggs, 15 per cent. The: In the tenth case a fine of $50 short time afterwards the shadowfell . I

; 1 t \ of the leading candidates. They* of any law, that such regulations wholesale value of the fresh beef, mutton was imposed. The case in which a I across his threshold and he came openSeptember 1st.
t determine,the result. were fundamental principles and pork received into cold storage fine was imposed was the one, and the running and begged us to say noth- Rate:-'"
J r "For instance, four' candidates are which should govern a newspaper dur- totaled $35,000,000; of butter, $40- only, one, in which the company had I ing. .
i in the'race A. B. C. and D and in $1.00 . Per Day'
) run |I'
ing any campaign. We are thoroughly not: merely sold poisonous I
000,000 and of eggs $64,000,000.Influences a product "
.the order:named. Your preference is in accord with both the spirit and of I to little children, but had misstatedthe "Yes, we replied, "but don't you remember 6.00 . t Per Week

I '::1 D, and your second choice is A. You the letter of the new primary law.-. such vital magnitude bearing net weight of the package in which how you called. us a coward .
directly on so matter \
{ t' therefore vote what we shall call as for still" "I he
a Jacksonville keeping know,
Metropolis. the block
the food factor in national welfare arsenic-containing candies came! One from passenger
0)) D-A ballot. If C and D are eliminated Selling'to little children replied, "but I was 'wrong. It is different -
I cannot be as candy a depot electric. through
assuredly overlooked lighted
j i f j your A vote is counted for A. On the by mixture now." And we listened even ,

other hand, if you vote an A-B ballot TAKE IN A CHAIN !I those Inasmuch interested as some in the of the public abuses health. I j I ; is, apparently containing, in arsenic the eyes and of shellac thelaw -I to him. There are.things that an ed. out and modern in all of its
and A and B lead then B vote or appointments.Table .
\. your I a trivial offense. But selling to itor can't suppress. There are other
E: is notcounted, for the reason that it objectionable features of told store a dealer a package marked five pounds i things that he can forget with pro. furnished with evrejr
have centered in
OF THE STATE age the unduly
t" would illogical to permit your second pro- I priety. As far concerned
s'q longed detention of food with that really contained only four pounds as we are delicacy the market affords.
products, ,.
I / ;>> choice vote to cancel l that of your fourteen fifteen we would rather lessen the grief ofa .
or that is
the consequent"possibility of deterioration ounces, a. 36-4tpd '
r first choice. : BOARDS OF TRADE crime! parent than to throw out a morsel
Single-Shotting Impossible. and incipient decay. instead of 1 for the 'vulgar, gossiping public to
perfect it is ;
"Some are of the impression that by preservation, interestingto feed upon. We would rather wipe
'_ "single-shotting," or failure to vote for learn in an authentic way something- | THE "SUPPRESSING" OF: NEWS away. the tears from the eyes of, a 40444004444 o'ooooooo ooooI Fi

}, iT a second choice, an advantage will accrue CATCH VISITORS FROM SHOW I about the actual periods,! of time during i i This week we looked in a mother than to "have nerve" enoughto I

; '; f in behalf of the first choice. This I.1 the which the food products have in ing exchange expecting to .helghbor-I. join a heartless crowd of flying j j Dann & Dann
1 past actually been subjected to
r is absolutely impossible. If-you vote of how a young
Mount I I man gone tongues and sink the iron deeper iny>j
the conservation
If : ,. for C alone and C ,is defeated, it is the A GOOD ADVERTISING IDEA TO in processes It by cold ,'as it has appeared in the daily her tender soul. So when in thi3 Grocery Company101

same as if you had voted' in the first BRING THE CROWDS HERE storage practice. appears that papers. Not .a line about the young neighboring paper we failed to find
and had failed to the receipts into cold storage are en- man could find. And .
primary participate we we knew whyat what we wanted, we made no com- \
: '" ';"'", in ,the second. If thevoter single FROM THE PANAMA EX 'tirely or very nearly exhausted by the once., .A heart broken wife or relative ' ment;. .But down t deep in our,.heart B'7

.. i q shots'A: and declines' to .vote? "for.B,: his POSITION SO WE WILL !"deliveries'Lwithin* ," *L- i Jiten U c- !monthstr; %t *Verysmaliypercentages ; had gone, to the editor and'asked we;', admired that editor:and,liked, ,him\'

t t:,.' I l second-'choice!' ,;and(It these t&,two jH lead MAVE VISITORS -* i ofsomVfthe fr coin- oSmoditiejMverestorgd { him! tay'Gnothing"; ,, en'dktheditor' ; ] better ..Because he had r a heart that ;r,4 i: J.\.\. Operat\.. Store "
'-"-" *MrtH?: i *T"S. for much ,
\ .Ii(,,.' ;,' nothing ri Ta"gainedforraaIexplainedbef ; |i' THAT WINTE ti-mebu" ed a *longer had. ,f Elisteen,1 ,: ),an jjlheftea"r( >|had J won fwas'tenderfand," = he would- rather'listen and Sells the Freshest Groceries ;'
; these ezpla warehouse '
f; he" 'rvoted* 1 the promise from him. '.
o reB ifj| had AiB' votefor men as being caused by special We have to the jibes of the unfeeling public of Any House in Ki. mmee.OOOCJOO..ooooooo.
B would not be counted. If the \ circumstances gone through with the same thing than to the sobs of the heart broken r
d voters will impress It upon themselves That most of the boosting. schemes of,, an. uncommercial : ourselves dozens of times. An editor mother or wife.-Orlando Sentinel. .

'I) that no second choice votes are counted that are, propounded 'should be still- !I nature. j "__ _
I, The largest n_ ._ ,_ ,_ _._ __ ,_ __ ,_ .
: except those from the defeated can'p. born no doubt shows .the finger of' "carry-over" into the "

r- didates, they will have the solution of providence, but occasionally one second ;year of storage of the six II ("' OflOC COOOO y. OOO +O+C
''p.. .
I. that question."It comes along that is worthy to be products investigated has been in the .. .
has been said that a plurality worked out,to the nth 'deg ree. To case of dressed 'poultry, that of eggs' '

. .: nomination is possible. Where three this last kind Capt. Geo.'E. Andrews' being decidedly the lowest. For the II .

I f' candidates are' running that is impos proposition! which he explained to the .average length of time in cold storage I '

; sible. Where four or more\ candidates board of trade on Monday night, indubitably I the actual costs are surprisingly j| Did'' You Ever. Consider '

,l 1,I r ?lr t are running it is possible, but not belongs. We should give it small, bejng reported as ranging from ,i '

; 4( : +;>, probable. Very: early in every campaign our fullest endorsement not only for a fraction of a cent per pound for' -o.. .
i ,, i y two candidates generally impress its intrinsic merits but because a I',meats to 3.5 cents per dozen for eggs t \\ .

themselves upon public opinion movement initiated in West Palm figures representing only a small . The value of .. .
? '
e as the leaders."-Jacksonville.Metrop Beach will embrace every city of im: percentage of the wholesale price of I II f your eyes' What -. '
: olis. -..:- portance on the seacoast' between I I the commodities. If the service thus _: -
:. Key West and Galveston. I rendered is a wholesome one, its operations -.' '. price would you put on them VIf '
!' i h. involve a reasonably economical .
4Q 04404444 404444444. The basic idea'of the plan is to j i _
4 form of .expenditure. In so far as cold storage '. .. .
a chain boards of trade who i they are not serving you.rightyou'd ..
a' .
-0. involves
NEW PRIMARY LAW 4 shall work with the same ends in merely readjustment 0 -, .0 price levels, its regulation is a matter -- .
Their object will be to boom 1 better S ltu0he
444400444440444440r of public but that is co : -
t this southern land by means of concerted concern; quite optometrist
The 'new. primary law is of such advertising efforts at the San aside from the real hygienic problems: 'I '" .
vital interest to every elector in the Francisco exposition, and to bring concerned therein. We quote the con- : at .
Y state that the legislature should have clusion of the 'government expert J
enough pressure'to bear on the Southern } o. .
1 j made provision for mailing a copy of Pacific and other railroads' lead- "Let the..tact be what it will with regard : I

j the. law to every registered voter. : ing southwards to make them see the i to the effect of cold storage on : C. A. Cole's .
But as this was not done we feel advantages to themselves of offering ; prices, the fact remains that cold\ \ stor- Jewelry :

that it is the duty of'the newspapers! low rates to those who are,leaving the : age has been of incalculable benefit

+h to make the people fully Acquainted exposition with time still on their I to consumers in providing. cpmmodi-

r with its provisions. This will pet. hands to spend elsewhere. 4 I j ties for consumption out of the'natural ,

'' haps be even,a better way of informing The chain'will start productive season." t oooooo oooooo.
at Key. .
s.; p them, because ,they will'read a and rurt through Miami, West Palm I .

r brief summarizing of the law where- /I Beach '(the initiative point), Jacksonville upon the way the 'proPosition is ire- ', .

t, , aa only a few would care to wade Tampa, Pensacola, Mobile, New ceived by the cities that we select to : 444444444tH oooooooo.o o.oooo.o I

through the technical'wording of the Orleans; Houston Galveston and other become our' partners in carrying out :

E- ,: l law itself |points, whose object-to catch the Capt. Andrews' plan. : There Is'Uttl: Lake Fro operty'
The law
makes it
a misdemeanor i Frisco tourist the rebound-ig thesame No .
on j little diplomacy will have to be I .
for! any other person; as well as a'' as our own. It looks like a exercised, but we believe that Sec. Left In Florida For Sale . :' ..., rj

,,, 'r 8 candidate, to give or promise to give good, workable scheme; but'it is essential O'Hara and Capt. Andrews can'be relied
anything of value to anyone as a reward '! to its that work on -
KK success .1 upon to furnish the qualities necessary
HAVE several
.; for electioneering. ,A person is j the formation of the chain should be to make the scheme a I tracts directly oil the 'shores of Lake
+ also prohibited'from" soliciting or acJ J[begun at once. Its success seems tobe -Tropical Sun. I Tohopekaliga that can be reached from Kissimmee .

h ceptlng any consideration for 'elec. 'j| assured if there da any virtue in'I'i in fifteen minutes.. They will be
be.'I to the
tloneering making speeches in, J i the organized dissemination of thou. t In the open yellow pine forests of first
half of a candidate, and if convicted i ,sands of pamphlets 'showing people'' Washington ana Oregon a collapsible person who makes a reasonableoffer.. Sold on ,

will be' punished by:fine or imprisonment where to go next and the establish- plow is being:qsed in digging fire lines easy terms or will exchange for property in Kissimmee. '
'1 I I .
or both. "
.., 'jl ment of enticingly law rates. to get to stop surface fires. The plow can "
? 7 A corporation is prohibited from I them there.: I dismantled. and folded into compact : . Write at once to '_
;; y' ys c' contributing, .directly or indirectly, That the railroads will laU in with form, so that it can be : ;

# .,' '. a ,to promote the interests. of any candidate I this plan and do their share would horseback, and weight only.packed 40 pounds.on ::1' sox 422. TC7T DtJ.A. ..., KISSIMMEE.

r. / ; ; a.'' and a person is allowed! to 'COIi \- I seem to be a certainty as they will be When in use, one man with a ]horse} j t- J catter FLORIDA

1 .j 'tribute'onJy J his personal services ape' J large gainers through the increased ,i can do the .work of_20. or more :men _. ,-

1 personal. *. ' traveling.;? ; expenses' , ,and> di-'. I travel. Much will! of course, depend working with shovels. ' -. 4$8888 ,

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\ )), eFRIDAY Y R"A"
+ SEPTEMBER 26, 1913 .2.
THE. K1SSIMMRK VaiVev. .. .. .. .. GAZETTE< '
p.,1Z 'L'
I I "
In the loss of horses, mules, valuable .

"WHAT IS A DOG high-bred dogs and other domestic THERE IS NOWASTE -000000000..000..00000' .' '. --

1 animals. This amount would be largely "

WORTH'ASKSSTATE., Increased if similar statistics were '
available from other parts of the GOOD

BOARD OF HEALTH state There. 1 I. another feature of .this IN FLORIDA' LT .FENCEJITTER :

financial expense to the state. Throughits I

Boprdof.'Health".Florlda provides '
..:..- "

IS VALUE MORE THAN OF MAN? the'patients Pasteur treatment It furnished for this hydrophobia treat EVERY ACRE GROW SOMETHINGOUR -years of, espe'

r J ment for one hundred and fifteen such I meatiq'' and
I expense,
"xi -- J FIGHT AGAINST RABIES' MEETS'patients in 1911;forgone,hundred and !
makers of ,
fourteen in 1912, and for fifty-three I '
a, OPPOSITION THOUGH TUB- t in the first four'months.of the present FORCES CROPS TO .CROW I i I American Fence finally s sI

"' X MOST AGONIZING AFFLICN year. .The state began this service in AND COOLS. TilE ATMOSPHERE. .
produced( a composition i in
UT1'ON' KNOWN TO MED .1908, and to .the first day of May, I I
ICAL SCIENCE. ,1913, Jt had paid from its funds nearly _ .' IL steel that was' perfectly'

r ten thousand dollars in this way- adapted for fence making.
-, Florida has one genuine booster'
I$9,675.00 to be exact. And not' One whose
, "Which is worth more, a man or a cent of this amount has come back motto is "No Waste Land in I There is no other maker '
'y" Florida." It is difficult to stamp this i
dog I to these funds. Other expenses connected of fence' that this
val upon the minds of some of the knockers , can. ,use,
Perhaps some dogs are more with this treatment more than
I who can see very little chance of: composition. It is patented
' { able than some men-that ip a matter 1'doubled: the amount,, and so it is safeto ,

,' of opinion-but on the basis of general say.that each of the three hundred development for for the, state and none ,:I Y and the use of it increases
What Is the ? their'apecial ,locality.. Still, when k
averages, answer" j and eighty-four dogs which caused 8 b
v'4 fold the value of the
a person reasons on what has been I ,.. many ,
At the 'risk of wearing holes In a this danger cost the state clooe to
done, It is not at all difficult to' 'see i American Fence to the
the State
spa subject already threadbare, fifty ,dollars, a hundred ,times more the substantial aJ
Board of Health is again calling attention than their value by"the most liberal "There is part of the theory; : J user. It has enabled fenc-
of the existence of rabies In no Waste land in Florida. I t ;
The gentleman who'makes this \ fzfft'EftRKIf'VR ins be made as neat peri '

in i
r ; Florida, and particularly Duval Is not the high-bred, 'valuable }'

county. The significance of the repe hunting dogs that are to be feared as has seen has where,traveled the wildernesses extensively.have He \ VP VFx-rLJ *M MJlTljLfaction as can be obtained.,

tition is emphasized by the recent ,
a source of rabies, if the community
'. death 'of 'a human being in Jacksonville | will take care of the worthless cur* been converted into garden 'spots; FENCE'i' i
the third the six where the temperature was, at an AMERICAN
within past, i that hasn't even a sentimental. value.If ,
and the ,second within I,,I enormously high figure and seemed
months, one any section rid of the homeless i
month from this disease. : wandering mongrel, the ,disease even burdensome and it to is now live in' that the locality Is made by special machwery'trhich, is used only by the makers of it. To develop -
yet one of -
Is there any basis for estimatingthe I may be,controlled or wiped out. But best sections of*that stat the invention of this machinery/took years of. experimenting and hundreds, of -
dollar value, of 'a human being? i 1 lit must be remembered that any dog .
This booster does not confine him thousands of dollars. ,
The courts have fixed it in individualcases with this infection is always a menace,
high in'the thousands of dol-i whether its value be hundred' dol- self to this one assertion' He has As result of these of and Fence
I been striving to get the ,United States a years experience vast expenditures; ,. American
lars. But place. the average per annum lars or' a hundred cents. 'And the '
eirningcapacity of,men at nine animal which is kept about the houseor Government to appropriate money for is recognized as',being the beat fence made. Every wire in American Fence (live

hundred dollars,!; that is slx'per cent on I In the kennel Is.the more danger- canals his! locality.and deepening In a recent the report channels from in "steel, always' ready,' for emergency, .jtnd. absolutely, reliable.. . '
fifteen thousand dollars. Twelve i ous because of its closer and more constant .
i' Congress he has found that his I
hundred dollars is 'six per cent on association with human beings.; '
not in vain and that the '
twenty, thousand dollars. Whatever 1 i There can be no doubt that Florida,

the probable earning capacity may be, I I more easily than any other" state, appropriation' had beeh,, made And .
the commercial value of the i be rid of this It could yet his immediate neighbors''' will j tell .HARDWARE
average might disease.
adult male, the most productive of any ]'eradicate it. England used to haveit him rainbows i to his, and, ,face that, that. ,what he he is(; desires following is : OSCEOLA CO.KI KIL miEJ: ,
j jwin
class".of the human race, would vary but the persistent enforcement of impossible of accomplishment. L

somewhere between these figures. I effective muzzling,laws brought' about It 'is just such men as this'who'do .. .. .-
Some are worth vastly more; some, its banishment; and equally effective '\
deal and lasting service for their state;
i ooooo.oooooo
by this standard, are worthless. quarantine has kept )t out. Australia ooooooo.o.'OOOOt.tOoooo. ooo.ooooooooo ,
Men who
1 are always looking toward
What dog has an actual commercialnot never has known the disease,. because
I development and can see it in
a sentimental-value of twenty i Iits government'profited by the experience the distant future and who do not TOMATO CLUBS all in the line of'developing the state's
thousand dollars T of other countries and
never permitted '
hesitate to boost even though they The last legislature made an appro- resources and getting the young folks
Reverting again to averages, the ac- | the Infection to come in. Once are ridiculed by their best friends. priation for the extension of the corn Interested ''in the possibilities of the
tual worth-again, not the sentimental Florida has eliminated the disease, it HAVE BOYS' CORN
soil and made
t Returning the subject of this ar- and tomato club work which the'proftta to from
worth-of a dog (is 'about what his could keep it out more easily than
any ticle; "There is no waste land in Flor been started'under the auspicesof Us products. 'Prizes are offered, to T
hide would bring in the markets, and other commonwealth, for it can guard ida." To substantiate this assertion : (Continued from page 1)) the State university and the College make the work; interesting to the boys

fifty cent's might be an overestimate.And : its coast borders more effectively, and we will have to go to the scientists : "If of the counties should wantto for Women In.cooperation with I and girls, and the Instruction they derive
yet community, particularly it has comparatively small 'land border any; '
eyery who farm on a scientific basis. They tHou $175 we will the bureau. of plant industry of the from the effort is'worth the time
I appropriate moro ,
every rural section, harbors or per in additibn to'protect. *
federal and trouble jreci.
know the government. req
qualities of the soil and for best efforts to for them
use our secure
mits the existence of lot of fifty To efficient service in this direction
a -
i secure what uses it is adapted. They know the best possible!, men for the available These clubs have been organized in There is no appropriation, made by
cent dogs as a continuous menace to! the enactment of dog muzzling
number of the counties of the state
''II'. that the velvet bean is valuable, to funds. a : the legislature which will yield.better
the life of. every twenty thousand dollar laws is necessary, whether J>y arid the in of the work ;
r build up the quality of the soil. The "Please take this matter up with agents _charge return!! in comparison ,to the amount
man in,the neighborhood, and municipal, county or state authorities, i
: diligently extending it. In orderto :
Southern Argus believes in this boost- the citizens of the counties where I are Invested.- Orlando. Sentinel. ;
when the authorities make a consistent but the enforcement of'such laws get the'counties interested they are '
er's statement. Every'acre of Florida located and if they
agents are now
effort to protect ,human life, public should be transferred to local or state '
asked bear small of
to proportion
land above water wilt be utilized in the desire to have the work continued and I I a .
sentiment protests against" and nul- health ''authorities. Those who are ,not far distant future.\ will raise the $175, we will continue the expense. Malaria or l Chills>> & Fever
lifies such effort. I charged with the protection of public !| This work is really worth while,
In other states the channels of the work in the'county.. In case
There few public health health, enforce the laws under which Prescription No.6M i.'prepued'.p.eieuy
are meas-
j and it costa so little that it Is hard
rivers have been changed that 'a raise
so where counties do not want to "
ures which have met with as persist I they act: with a nearer approach to 1 to understand'why any of the counties lor MALARIA or HILLS ,rCVCR.:
particular desert section might be supplied the $175 where the work is now.being 1 Five or .1 lx dow jHll break say sass and
tent opposition as have tho efforts absolute impartiality than do political with.water. Water also has conducted we will withdraw our funds : would refuse to take it up after being U taken then a.ty,,teak the Fever will\ DOC
aimed at the eradication of rabies. officials, whose duty often involvesthe given the opportunity to have it Inaugurated I return. It eta/on'vthc liver, better th_ ,
been conveyed for even'hundreds'ofmiles ,from that'i county and. place them in .
t There is no disease, that causes greater enforcement of ordinances that are !, by the state agents.. It is I Calomel and does' not. ,...or_k-. KListen ,
to other desert sections. ,, The' some other county that is requesting I ,

agony than this. There is no disease contrary to public sentiment. .Health farmers and fruit 'growers' of these the,work's\iF?, :(.' ., -. -.--- .
that is preventable, when Boards act with less regard to such ,
more easily "''''*''*'- '
: sections now are among'the most Y urs'very truly,
the people of the community will allow sentiment., They speak-with a stronger ,
I' : prosperous in the country F. "H.,E. SAVE'LY, ,
the health authorities to prevent it. appeal to this same public senti- "
In Florida it is not becessary to convey "General Feld Agent.
Only two simple measures are necessary ment, because, there is a rather general
water such long distances. We' Our
license tax which is belief that they have substantial I
-a actually haverthe. finest climate in the world Miss Agnes Harris, whi fills the vj
enforced, and a muzzling ordinance. reasons for what they say and do. by far.: We have the regular rainy chair of domestic science1 at the State

There are some things that the The same health boards are given College, and is in charge of the fieldwork
; I seasons' that serve both to force!!, the
people may have free, without even authority for energetic and sometimes crops to grow and to cool the atmos- for Florida, was in Kissimmeeon I fumishinggoods .
asking for them. Hydrophobia is one, drastic action in protecting the community phere. Friday last in connection with

and from' the official it would against the. invasion. of yellow I
reports The great soil producers, velvet on Friday last in consultation withR. will please

appear that Floridians not only want, fever, smallpox and other Infections beans and cowpeas, can be planted M. Evans,: principal oi;. our high I you.. ,
but this dread afflic The death ratlin number of yellow explained
actually crave a school, and thoroughly; the
i I' here and will mature. The velvet bean
tion. And this somewhat attitude fever epidemics has been close ten Your
: peculiar \o of forming canning clubs "tradewill
crop on one acre Is, we are told, equalto manner j
': has been, in some instances, per!! cent of the cases of infection; In' fifteen hundred pounds of fertilizer. among the ,school children, and thereIs i &,p'

; fostered by the newspapers in Florida, small pox it is smaller, perhaps almost There is a farmer in Citrus county no doubt but what both a canningclub !

j which have led public sentiment in its negligible, but the records show that Who smilingly admits thaf Tils farm and JT; corn club will be organized please' us.

'i opposition to dog muzzling laws and the usual and natural death rate from was among the poorest in ,the state here this falj. "' titsii ,
; their strict enforcement. Florida rabies among human beings is sixteenin is Miss Harris will be here again on
of Florida. He now making good .'
"i probobly is no worse and no better each one hundred' cases. The Pas profits on this same place. 'He be- October 6th, to appear before' the r1I -- ,

than other .southern states in this-re- teur treatment has actually reduced'", lieves in farming and does nothingelse. county commissioners and :school I

4 apect. ,,this rate to one in each one hundred. This is one reason 'why he has board, at which time definite plans will I

What has hydrophobia cost the state'But it remains a disease with fatal made such a success. One man to one be made looking to the employing ofa i .

of Florida in the last ten years? possibilities; it is a menace to human vocation always-proves the' best'way county superintendent of the club ,,

As to the money cost, the figures are life and happiness. Municipal con- The booster who makes the startling and the procuring of sufficient groundfor -

) v*i not so easily obtainable, but it is trol of-this situation, with rare exceptions assertion: "There is no waste landn the experiment. I

l known that, the cost in Duval county has proved a farce. Florida," is none other than E. C. '- I II I,
alone has been more than fifteen thou- What is, Florida going to do aboutit .
of Hernando He is of the
May, : one
: san ddollars in tho past thirty months, ?, .most valuable citizens that Citrus DRUGGISTS ENDORSE I, .'

J, ...---.,.,..-,...-- -. -----. -. - -. .- county has. He believes what he says
===:p and 'does not'fail to say It.-Southern I I .

Argus., -- I ,. It Is a mistake to,'think you can .find
appreciate your .
WE '
DISTRIBUTION OF SEED It is a Guaranteed Harmless Vegetable i all
trade to such an FREE I the same furnishing goods In stores. i
I will that Regulates the Liver
Beginning Nov. 1; 1913, have Remedy
P extent that we aim to 20,000 ackagis of vegetable seed and Without Stopping Your Our "prestige" has made' uS'so, strongIn

'always hold i it by 2,000 packages! of flower seed, for free Work or' PIsy. the esteem,, of many manufacturers

I BEST QUALITIES distribution.I 'would prefer. sending these seedto 1-- "strong" lines that theyihave given. '

1 S "LOWEST;PRICES actual farmers, gardenefs and those A dose of calom may knock you '. -
'' us exclusive agency' the'lrgoo,
FURNITURE STOCKS having 'flower gardens, rather than completely out for a day-sometime*J 'l-

Q' r. In which YOU' get satisfaction promiscously to a list of registeredvoters two or three days. Dodson's Liver ''This means that you must come. to us

r I _, many. ,of whom would have ,no Tone relieves. attacks of constipation,II '
G ,* lasting. satisfaction use for them. ' biliousness and lazy liver headaches, I for these 'strong lines. f.", ,

GP j with ,very article Every,. man, woman and child in and you stay'on your feet. I We are "strong" on'tles, shirts, underwear , s ,:

1'' -, ,w S sell you is assured by Florida desiring a package of these Kissimmee DrtigJCo. sells Dodsoli'tlLiver' '
furnishing ;
hoslery-everythlng l In theJ
It to give -
convincing seed is Invited \\o; send me a postal Tone and guarantees ,
a our business policies; see our offerings card, not a letter, merely stating perfect satisfaction.- Jf you ,buy; a I line.. '. J kWe .

proof of our real bargains."EVERYTHING "Vegetable Seed," or' "Flower Seed," bottle of Dodsony Lfver'Tone and do I ,, v

'! IN FURNITURE" and,plainly( giving name and address. not find 'It the safest,.most:-pleasant: 'are. strong ;on "hats..! *

Prices that mean a quick moving-some of Do not writ a letter, but use a postal and successful liver'remedy;you.ever i Buy; yourJurnlshlng" ,goods, hats'and?. '

the specials: card 'for the reason that it, can be took'this store will gin back; the 60 I 'clothes from us and viII be "strong" .
more easily'filed and handled.\ paid! for it with&ut a ques you '
Write that card right,now for these tion. with. everyone you'. meet..

IVER JOHNSON BICYCLES addresses must oe ready for'the Agricultural 'This'guarantee that a trustworthY ...., /. *"

OLIVER TYPEWRITERS_ ,, Department by November, druggist.,is glad to give, on Dodson's I. H. C.STJlrtFOkD: .. ,C0.l ; .
Tone)is a. safe reliable as .
let 1913 and J* will take-some timeto Liver "
Co.! ,address the packages. Address; the medicine, and.'that is saying a lot.' ;,
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The Kissimmee Gazette. perform unless totally incapacitated. KISSIMMEE AS A 1 I < 1n!OJ, ,
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(1l, But there is a poor farm, and havinga j . t" 1
. to give him --- : "
keeperis was necessary RESORT T Attend the .
w' :': t i;' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. OFFICE:: IN VALLEY GAZETTE BUILDING.KISSIMMEE something to do. A citrus grove was SUMMER 1 )ui i
f. i\ _.._ few '' and it has .
planted a years ago
s .i I! K 1 '.. ,. .- -..--.. .. .. OwneiS. I IS APPRECIATED BY OUR PEO. and Picnicat
W. B. HARRIS -'. oj .? '* ; been so. well managed that the county Barbecue : : l

J {L, 1', : J. TRIPLETTy_ .. "i. .. __Editor and Manage! receives\ quite a good revenue from, PLE AS EVIDENCED BY THE 1 :;. :'
---- '
'r 11 .."f.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On. copy, one year ___?_____..----.-._-..ILiev the grove and is planning to invest FEW WHO, SPENT HEATED j .' .'
I On copy, tt xmont&s .._..._.-. .74 One copy, three months. __.___ ..40AH some money and have another grove AT RE. .. ;.t
-.----- ; .' -Bountycommissioner!:. _..._-,,_..PERIOD -,,-.-..._--, 1 -- -_... ------- -- . - Y--,- ---- ... 4:
communications, except from our authorised. correspondents, must plantedThe : SORTS.. .' 1 : ; ..
,; a ,signed by the writer recently ordered 650 orange and 450< i .
I Rejected matter will not be returneq' :unless ca11e4' tor. for and :
the farm
grapefruit .
' The Valley Gazette hag always contended i. ;u Southport Tomorrow .
E I at the Poetofflce In Kleilmmee' Florida., a. .'.00..4-01.'1'Bat.re4 .s mall matter. these will be put in .at onc .-TiroesUnion. that Kissimmee had the bestalltheyearround w
climate I irj$$ the 1 ... .
',' 'FRIDAY". _____,._SEPTEMBER__ ___. .___ . . ?6,- 1913. ._. u. ,_ ..__. ,_ - ' .. world and pleasant summer '- -II'-- -- .-.- SATURDAY. . < < :. -'
Board oT'Trade Will Cooperate.Mr. '..1 : i
could be enjoyed right at home, I
E., L. Lesley, chairman of ,the Boat Leaves City Dock at :3q. '
BACKWARD OR FORWARD-WHICH SHALL as far at weather conditions were con I ,
county commissioners of Oscefa County 5
1 cerned in northern section 'of '.,
X18 f and Mr. Walter C. Bass, chairman any "

!+ : 'a fi' ,ICistimmee's Board of Trade ha a reputation of being live wire. and pf the, county school] board of' that this country. '.I .
Indications point. to the fact that
doing thing <, County were, in Orlando yesterday. '' ( _.---'-- ,r .
citizens -- -
of -
there -
y 'U Mr.' are a great number ..ourv -
: : Lesley recently delegated by :
Will the business men and citizens of Kissimmee live ug to that .repukation was that think as we do along this MUSINGS, OF A MODERN MAID "ADVERTISING THAT BUILDS
; the commissioners for the board
to act ,
'during the coming season, and make the name of Kissimmee mean some in arranging with the KissLmmee line, for taking:, the item of receiptsat In modern times a man fought for One drygoods' firm in Jacksonville'had '

; fl' thing when sent ,out to,the world at large?" Board of Trade for an exhibit at the the local] passenger station for July his home 'and his hearth.. 'Nowadays an eight-page advertisement in.
in the Times-Union a few days ago.
and August (
This is a question to be given the earnest consideration of every businessman Orange County Fair, to be known $ with the figures- year of the comparison same he A'man fights to always get away asks from for .'just'"one them. That firm showed its faith In Jack. .
hereafter the South Florida Mid-
t . every land owner and; in fact, taxpayers'and wage earner are all *o winter Exposition. Mr. Lesley stated period last year, we find that there has kiss,"" because he knows that if he sonville and its appreciation of Jacksonville

t\ vitally interested, or' should be, in the future prosperity of f that itf' yesterday that he had been,, unable been fewer of our citizens to leave for can get that much the rest 'will come patronage by sucl\ a lavish
i' northern points account of desire expenditure of money in advertising
on a
behoove everyone to bestir themselves and, maintain the reputation we h.vII yet to meet the board of trade, but the without asking. v
I :. gained by'doing upbuild the city sentiment was undoubtedly in favorof to seek a cooler climate. The, receipts The average bachelor is like the in a local'paper.
Local are"alwaya ..
at the local station newspapers beseig- .
passenger her real '
making an exhibit here, and he. had society woman keeps '
,II There has of I. e'been a deploring t tendency toward lack of interest in little doubt that such action would] be show the number of persons leaving' jewels in the vault and wears paste ed 'with requests from local merchants "

the, affair of. the city. in general, that if not overcome'will' in a very short taken. lie said the commissionerswere the' city ,and not those who come, as imitations: lie keeps his 'real. emotions to boost home industries/ and < enterprises

time start the city on a downward path. For no city can stand still-they ready .:to bear a proportionate they buy tickets elsewhere to reach in cold 'Storage and goes about and to, :urge local] people to pat
.." Kissimmee, and according the report a alarm his heart.A ronize the home' merchants. And the
must keep moving, either forward or backward. And right here we wish to part of the expense of such an exhibit wearing burglar on -
the of those who local and doing this the
l large majority doubts that if he newspapers.
i if the Board of Trade would man never
{ that do believe there is.a in the city that wants Kissimmeeto cooper
state we not man
I !ate.-Sanford Herald. have come into our midst have remained should lose a woman's love h4! would year yound.

f go backward. permanently. This is a pleasing merely have to whistle to' it and cry Yet comparatively few of these

{ :' But we must be up and doing, initiating new and progressive ideas, agitating ' And ,Will Do So for Years to Come.- showing to those who have been constantly "Here, Fldo!" and it would come home merchants show
for improved form of government, boosting eternally for our: town, advertising I Osceola county-atill .maintains her boosting the city as the best 'bounding"back to him with a bark of liberality in patronizing} the home
11: .. policy of appropriating funds to have place on earth to 'make a home, anTTlt joy, r paper.Advertising.
,I our resources, and, keep the word Kissimmee before those who are !her county papers used as immigration seems only a matter of time until, all Some ow it doesn't seem to ,makea like that done by the

looking for a pleasant place t to live and make a comfortable living agents through the North and West. who come will learn that our state man any happier to succeed in Jacksonville firm referred to is the

t Often the remarls .heard that there other men who undo the 'work She has made it pay well heretofore in ments about the climate are absolutely catching a woman he has been pursuing best method of encouraging the "pat

better. bit>ve want to make it plain that it is the duty of every person bringing in new people and doubtlessit true. than it makes kitten 'to succeed ronize home"industry" idea., Many
I will continue Every day new faces are to be seen concerns expect home people to
to pay. The Gaines in catching the string it has patronize
i residing within our corporate limit to' use their every effort for the building streets of visitors from the .
on our them when
t"I ville Sun says: "Realizing that the been chasing. : they are too closeand
j} of a greater and better city. Some men may do more than others, but that newspapers are the neat boosters and North,who are already seeking a place Strange how the wisest of men too narrow to tell the home people ,

( I,: furnishes no excuse to,any' one to shirk their responsibilities for the growth of advertisers for every community, the where they will not have to face the will risk the loss of the woman whois through their home paper, what they '.i.
county commissioners of Osceol wintry blasts for few months.To have to sell. Yet these are the .
it our city acoun- everything on earth to him in order among
tjr, have made an appropriation for those who are in our midst for to dally for an hour with a woman loudest in demanding that the paper"roast"
The efforts of the Kissimmee Board of Trade in the past have rewarded
the first time wish it will
I, sending out 1,200. copies of the two we say who is nothing on earth to him! those who send their money
:J' by wonderful growth in population and improvements through development Kissimmee papers and the St. Cloud convince you we have the best place Don't set your heart on marryinga out of town p i\ -.

1, t \ ; : of the entire county and because the work has accomplished much in the ,. paper, to people in the North. This is ,to live to not be in a hurry to leave man; set your mind on it. It takes There ought to be reciprocity in this. $ ;

r past is all the more reason we should keep continually pushing ahead.'f but a just recognition of the work next spring.MARION. concentrated mental suggestion to get bs in all others affairs of life. But

done by these papers in the way of a husband in these days the newspapers usually do the work '
When call is issued for a meeting of the Board of Trade it is the duty ':
\ boosting their county. Every year CARSON A woman is known by the secrets without reciprocity.-Tampa Tribune.
I of citizen be to discus the important matter that .
p every to present many the newspapers all over'the state give she keeps-telling.Exchange. .
\ come before the Board, regardless of whether such citizen has been contributing hundreds of dollars' worth of free ad- ,IS GAME WARDEN ADVERTISED LETTERS ;,

: 1 I'i i i to the support of the Board in a financial way. It takes money to do! vertising to the county in which theyare IN LONDONThe -
6 Remaining in the Postoffice at Kis .
!' \ things but when a community becomes thoroughly interested in any movement in with never a thought of remuneration RECEIVED APPOINMENT WEDNESDAY Cleveland Plain Dealer tells of .immee Uncalled For: / '

1b /( ot for the upbuilding of the city the matter of finances can usually be looked Index. for: space. or work."'-Florida : AND WILL ASSUME this"You!conversation want a place: aa cook. Yes. Sept. 22, 1913.. .

\ after. DUTIES AT ONCE. You must first tell me all about yur- Advertised list for tho two weeks fending '-
I .. Let us do things and do them quick. We must not go backward. No Place in Decent : self. It you don't 'tell me the truth October G, 1913 .
1 : Journalism The question that has agitated our '
.t ,. for Such. I'll.have to. find some other means oflearning "Altman. \V, R.II II ((2) Umbeck. Frank
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An agent of the Florida Grower people for the past two months, that it." Ohastln Uf'O. Mdlon.\( T. A.
00006'Od444400044044t and require treatment. At any rate, of who would be appointed warden Cooper Col Wm. O. McNIeU Je.sle'havls
went to Kissimmee
I. with the purpOse game "Well ma'am I don't Ml I.ula
f for whatever supposethere's McL.u1rb11nHenry
Kissimmee needs
4of one, of working the board of trade of that for Osceola county, has at last r>eVan*, T 8 Jack.on.1ul..
: 0 TALKING KISSIMMEEand for it.
'elp I've been in
purpose, with its usual push and energy been settled Marion Carson received any I'ryor. Mr Rosa ._ Hear<-.., Mr. J :M
I progressive town for advertis as "
4 some flaUUl. Frank
: 0 without jail four times Katllfr. -.J N (It)
to get it delay. A com- Here's the notice Wednesday from State Game Gordon Miss .SeminoleLand 4
what Grower
( 'I 0 OSCEOLACOUNTY. ..4s has been and will have says "Oh, blessed creature! In jail for laled Inv. Co. -
,,," pany organized about the visit: "Our solicitor was Warden Jones that he had been selected the cause, of course! How splendid] !1" Horn.... Willie .May telado. Mr. Illsa .'
s the institution in operation in a short the John.on. Herbert. Smith. Mrs 8111
00404440d',4444004444 referred to the chairman of the advertising as man to'see that the state "Wot cause, ma'am?" Keen. Mr Quasle... Thompson Barney
time. Tribune.
-Tampa committee, and what do you laws were adhered to in this county.Mr. 'Votes ,,for '' Lamb Mrs Vandelia. WMlson. Henry K .
1 "Why,
Watch Our Front Page Every Week. .J-: .
Uawson.? Mr. Emma Williams, In cram .
""l 'I';.',' The Kissimmee Gazette last week Will be Equal of Any in Florida. think he told, him? Nothing except Carson has spent'practically .;Met: Nothing of, the kind..llt: were j :.a i. .1, ,. ,, ?B, B," SIMPSON, r
' / ,\ : that he thought all advertising was lis entire life in this county and ,it sh p lifHn'.itnqf. ;Ji1' > \!}fij ,\." .
; : ; H51.Ui1 '
modern { ,
j l\printed a picture .of one t of .'pub- Kissimmee will have a playhouse 'if" / ' Postmaster.
1 q graft", Now it didn't'need the long would have been a hard matter i indeed <\'Ui \Y N;. >>'i.L\:: > ,! .,(..ti'"N'" , v!;', ,.," ".,""".""" .," .'" , 1
keep"ittupjuntilthepentire"series :: jwith a seating capacity 1,000
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editorial,in'th to have-'selected
Kissimmee f ajjnanlbetteiy
has been ,presented.. . This,will'place" Kissimmee"on"the itins'erary Gazette to fied i ,* | the _____....__ ....__ ""i"1"!, ,, ..7"T'f.l11m'\ '' !\ _f1.11. ,."" "" Ir
from experience for
disprove the Grower's 'statement. It position
; ; ;
:1' i of' first-class shows.-Zolfo ;:
: -St.: Cloud Tribune. ,
Springs Truth. shows. its'falsity' ] on its face. It is as there is not a nook 'nor a corner

,- : a l Best Money They: Ever Spent. just possible that the chairman of the from the Orange county line to Lake

; The county commissioners of Osce- On His Looks. Kissimmee advertising committee Okeechobee that )he has not hunted Kissimmee Ladies Invited

l" ola have appropriated $1200 among S. J. Triplett, labor leader and newspaper might have' suggested that SOME over, and thoroughly knows the habitsof ,. '

i . three: papers of 'that.county for sample editor, states-that he wishes to publications are CRAFTERS. Andit all game, and where are the best To Attend Our -

t '. I _. copies to be, sent over the country succeed "Onion Head" Stanford in the may have hit the bulls eye,_ any places to. look for possible violators of J.,
way the BELL RANG. Kissimmee l loner is the law. '
., :' 'Ji 'during the present year.-Voluaia Legislature. His main qualificationIs
County"Record. that he is almost as good-looking as of the best advertised towns in That Mr. Carson will do his'duty as

.t A' p ,) r. Bill Mapoles, friend of the suffra-: Florida] and the board of trade of that game warden, there Is no doubt, and I Fall MilUtiery"Opening; .

.c I Will Begin Work Soon. gettes.-Jacksonville Metropolis. city has confined most of its advertising as there 'is no" yellow streak in min : . ,:

t The people of Kissimmee and vicinity 'to its home paper. It has sent make-up, it would be wise for those -'

1. t ; are now working on a.project ton Project is Feasible.A hundreds' of them each week to all who have been in the habit of violating

1 I t I drain the Kissimmee valley. This is plan to drain the Kissimmee val parts'of the country and has been the game laws to change their T :

I : :c' a move that if successful, would prove ley ,II being worked out by businessmen getting results, and H. Clay Stanford, habits 'or be absolutely certain he is .

j e'M of inestimable yalue to that section.Ft. .- and landowners in Osceola county. the chairman of the, advertising committee : (tn.another part of the county .when

n t! ; Myers Teresa The project is no doubt.perfectly feasIble e the man whom tho Grower they do so, for we believe that to him MONDAY and TUESDAY
, and, if carried through,"will open represents as saying "all advertising all will have the same look and will .;.

.e \; f Will Be Great. if elp to St. Cloud. up some very fertile land. to cultiva-. is ,graftwould not give expressionto be made to take the same dose, regardless Sept. '29 and; 30( -

45 i , Our suburban sister, Kissimmee! tion.-Florida Star. a sentiment which he disbelieves.He of who he may be or from wherehe i
r --- , is President of the State Chamberof hails. ,
5V hopes to be favored through the building , -
, f )''' of a hospital and $3,000 has been For VilitorKisslmmee Commerce.-Palatka Newt. .. t" d,

i. I; 4"l pledged to that end., The movement People Don't Need It. Commenting on the above, tho Tam-: FOURTEEN-POUND Miss M. V' W oo'dward" ;;
is a commendable one and one that Kissimmee is to have a hospitalsoon. pa Tribune says: '

y } should win out.-St. Cloud Tribune. This is an enterprising move "Unless he was suffering from an SWEET POTATO '
for Orlando's sister city. Every town attack of temporary mental aberration 118 Broadway t

:' I "' Sensible Commissioners. of any considerable size'' should have the Tribune cannot believe. that .

t r ; ),y The Osoeola county board of .county , its own hospital for emergency cases. Mr. Stanford used the language ascribed GROWN IN NORTH KISSIMMEE .y

i commissioners has subscribed for -Orlando Sentinel.It to him by the Florida Grower. Kis- BY ALBERT' HEWLING -ON J.yi

:- 1,200 copies :Of the Kissimmee Gazette, simmee has-been noted for some timeas DISPLAY IN OFFICE OF -.,- ---- ;
Kissimmee Journal and St. Cloud Tribune Sure is a Wonder. a great believer in advertising. 1 1i
II. M: BREAKER & *O. i
to be distributed in other states. The poor farm of Osceola countyis has done as much of iVSn proportion !
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t' Osceola has tried this experiment sev paying dividends, and now the to its population, as any town in the' Fourteen pounds is not the weightof '

eral times and has found it worth county commissioners over there ,have state. That the man at the head of 'the largest sweet potato 'we ever

r' Ir; while.-Washington Verdict. decided to further increase the' rev- the, advertising\ I committee of a town saw, nor la it.the largest that baa The Di? ie Theater .i

enue from the farm by increasing the like Kissimmee world declare his belief been grown in Kissimmee, but it is

c .... Will Keep on Renewing. size of the citrus grove it contains. that "all advertising is graft"' is of sufficient size to attract the attention Entire Change of Program Daily ,

,, x : The county commicsioners of Osco- Here is something for Florida .to_add inconceivable] ; because ttf make such "of the hundreds of strangers who '
I ota have renewed their .subscription. to her list of wonders.-Miami Me statement would condemn the adver- will be here within the. next thirty if
of 1,200 copies of the Kissimmee pa. tropolis. : tising propositions which have been days. Beginning Saturday. Matinees will '

,', per: *. Having tried this experimentfor adopted or patronized by his own A potato of that weight and measXirng start at .3:15. Evening perform. '

several years past and found it Every Word a Truth. town and his own committee It would twenty-four inches in circumference ance at 7:15. ;

'i.<,worth while they propose. continuing "It must sound rather peculiar' to condemn the newspapers of Kissimmee and seventeen inches in l lengthwas

': : this policy of' publicity.-Palatka our readers in the North '.when we many hundreds of copies of brought to the Valley Gazette Parents are: requested to fend their I?

\ Time -H rald. make the statement that the 'poor which are paid for by the Board of i this week by F. E. Fouts, who stated children to ,the Matinees Admission }

t Ht farm' in this county is a revenue pro:= Trade and distributed throughout the that it was grown, by Albert Hewling
Needed lor Visitors: Only. ducer instead of a tax upon the peo country. in. his garden at the cornier of cents. '. 1t
I" j j Kissimmee's 'latest.enterprise' is a pie] ,". says Kissimmee, Valley Gazette "Mr Stanford doubtless accompanIed and Oak streets, an. dfurther that little 1,1

r sanitarium. We ..would -not care' to l "Such is a fact however, and his remarks with specifications We or no fertilizer had been used in its -.: :cEVENINGS 10 CENTS TO ALL -: :.. "r
My that' this is a "needed institution! when the conditions are known the do not believe that he made so sweep.. cultivation\ .. '. .

k I or a ."long-felt want" or anything: -of story can readily be believed. To begin ing a statement, because io have done The potato is, what' fa known as the "

that sort in Kissimmee or in any town ,with;,there are no paupers in.this so.. would havejmade him out an ass yellow yam variety, the kind generally SPECIAL ;
t 't '.J' in Florida, because we ,really' ,have county, and' no good! reason why 'there or a' hypocrite, '. or worse.. served?6n, the table,, as it is full ofcandy" Saturday afternoon and evenine"BATr :
#, ' comparatively little use for'sanitar-' should be, as the climate here is such and :
A rs very sweet It 'Is on t'OF ''BLL RUN"Three '
'v 'iums among our'.own, people-. those that any kind of a house is ;comfortable James Ingram, of Rocky Mount, N. exhibition at the office ofH. M. Breaker I -, . #3 3tfl

', ,..: who live in:Florida, we' mean. ,.They ] ,, to live in during any part of the C., arrived in the city yesterday on a &: Co., and the 'member of that Reels .rr"' 4k
are ,needed,,"-ho weVer'n for the benefit and there is always work to do y ,.
K ., year visit to his nephew, Sheriff\ L. H., Ingram. firm win take pleasure in showing it I'r' I' -
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,,1.1' THE !KISSIMMEE VAlLEY GAZETTE S. B. Aultman pent Tuesday in Mill Marian' 'Sargent" --III has I IHWBHMHWKtHmwM'returned '" . n. <0

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ri Published Every Friday By Envelopes"The Valley for G.zette'sale at' 10. "Booster cents a .... After their "- ,
.. Bummer ipenit. at old
W.' tt.,MAKK1S.. ,I'. package.: .. /. .\ Georgia 'home; R. D. GulCe, and wife 9tutwrn4i t111b 1: : ; I HT1; :9t1 t wtl1ln t1J&VP
:: : : ; :
Mr and riuch' returned here today.Guy :
, of
Mrs. Jo Reese
I .00....... .... . . ...... :
Orlando the .
were guests of Mr.
Gardner and wife were the : '

_.1 Weather Report Reese's mother.- in- -the"' city,last Sun. chaperones of .a pleasant Jauncbv par.. __,.-.__::........____ -----_ :2 ; ":". ...::-....:._'__.___ -. .- -----:..--->---- ,--
day; ty on the lake '. ;- '- '-'" n' ; ..
Friday; night I. j": .THE ,

. t FollowiDcarethedaUytem- Thad Oliver and wite,have) returned Bessie is .. NEWEST
Moseley home '
; \\r again : You
.-l'.1,)' ...' eratures and precipitation as home from Georgia, where they" spent after. a ,month spent with relativesand i 1
.4!, \ \ reported by the Government the summer very pl.ntly"visiting... friends in North and South Caro .. ." . I. .',' .
... .. i 1'a: .., DEPARTMENT
.J].. ; ; .station at Klssliamee for the relatives ->, -I I lina -: 7i- {,. - invited to b..lh'us .:' ., : .
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week 'J> .
ending Sept. 25 1918. .
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; Mr. B. C. Dutton, connected with theDuttohHarris Mias ElUabeth I -'"
Donegan was the T or. , : ,,;- MALTESE.
Max.HIn. Rain Company, of Lakeland,, guest for couple of days. this. week during our ; ;. 'WOOtENS
/Thursday .... 86 .69 .__ was a pleasant'Ito l ; In the city Sun of Mrs. A. E. Drought at her home on .. '.' ''I ,. b ,

,, < Wednesday ... 84 68 .28 day and Monday.. ?' i Ingram's Island! . 'E / CO FAOTREEB 1 111 u 1

I Tuesday ..... 82 60 ... AUTUMN STvLE/EvH1BIT :
Attend the at
) Southport '
1 ; \ Monday .'.... 86 SS :___ : tomorrow, and be. and carry'"a George Mann, one of Polk county'sextensive .- .. .'' I 'PLAIDS
sire dealers
cattle. with ,
: | | Sunday ,--.--- 85 70 -- basket .b1e. \ .ARE ..
filled .
with e Boat leave* at Bartow 8 8SUITE .
,';: I Saturday I :.. 87. 70 .81 I city dock at 8:387(m. / c quaraers business here Tuesday., transacting ... Wednesday October eighth VERY : r .
',',' Friday _u.... 90 71 1.40. AND .' MUCH .

.........., ... ....0..... the Harry W. Thurman. business, proprietor visitor of ,H, M. Pfanp and wife, 'who have .. from three \ IN .
Graystone, was a : been at.'a mountain. resort in. New : DEMAND '
.. to "J.cksonviUe"th,' .forepart of the York for the past three ,months.,. returned 0' tr/temoon WITH s d
: 4MMIMI nun muni ni week, returning here Wednesday. here this week. .' h't'lh. PLAIN I
.; \ A' _, .' I. \ 'I' .
\' i =! THE-: LOCAL ;FIELD i iII Free! With 8' skefos Richardson's: W. 'J. McCracken:: and' son, Victor, 'T .. . \ .., ..i ,. :ro : I
I .
.. embroidery silk at 2&c c we give a who spent a week here disposing ofa ,t.', .
stamped pillow too/back and diagram .' ": ; r e.'enrng '7' .. .
carload S -1 1" '
of horses, left ' "
.yJ Wednesday .. ' .;. . ,. .',..:, \ FOR' s
,' 1'J lesson. The WoiriaXs Shop. 40-lt for their :. ... I .
I . '.I' Illl home at St. Paul, Neb. .. , : . COATEESttttu '
Eight good horse;/for sale. Apply According to the latest I :report from Adolph Rosenburg, proprietor of the .. ','

'" to J. W Miller. '40-2t workmen on Methodist church'the New York-store; returned from New\ . -- ..

congregathm fm have the, pleasurejtCoftirjg York last night, where he purchasedhis .
Outing fltnnels, 22 patterns' at TheWoman'e.Shop. th \building' on Sunday, October fall and winter stock of goods \ rl>fl, tte 9tutt4mn $hsl -
:" ;I "f 19th. \ 1
Paul K. Weaver, cashier of the Citizens
,.\ W. II. Brokaw"with-Grif ring Brothers A number of'Klssimmee's rogres- Bank, who has been visiting his "The Fitrite"a J\QJ12< I "Sport o t.U I. ,

. + the tree peopleX40tf sive citizens are to b,'co 1Jnended forth : parents in Indiana for the past three . : '
t II- Frocks for.evening ; rise Correct Tlai,.. "
-;; Lee Jarrell made a/1 islness,trip to cleaning up nowx going on over th weeks, is expected. to return here to- .', . ." ,. ' II.

Gainesville- this week.Senator .. /". citycuttinax.gras8 the lawns, end ftherwise beautifying night. . - ."..S

.,': Arthur X EOonegan spent After a few days spent at Palm The motion pictures of the latest themselves as being much impressedwith Mr. Harris ;is well qualified "'to ''grap'
Hon. W. B. Crawford of Kis-
in Jacksonville.J ; one Beach attending to matters connected
.,1,4Sunday; in dress for given at the what had read of Kissim
styles women they pIe, as he has given the subject much
simmee's arrived with
I / leading practitioners, his automobile business, 'J. J.
'1 1 The Valley Gszettr has "BoosterEnvelopes" last night en}'ute to Bradentown, Griffin returned here the forepart of Pastime Wednesday by M. Katz was rues, and would more than likely spend thought and research during,the past,
feature to the business methodsof some time here this.winter. several .
a new
) for sale at 10 cents a
'J where he goes on )legal business. the "week.
Kissimmee. The audience well '
was -
package. Tampa Tribune r. '. GYC
Hotel men are authority for the pleased with "Mrs. Carter Worthing- party numbering seventeen arrived -

Eight good mules, wagons and harness Mrs. W. To: Buckmaster, late of Ohio,,, statement that travel has set in much ton's Dilemma," a feature picture in Kissimmee Wednesday, and j opositions to' offer t

for sale ftKabargain.. L. H. In- arrived at Kissimmee Thursday, Sep earlier this season than usual, which showing the styles from 1800 to 1913. left on the afternoon train for Nar-
I ''k gram. 40-tf tember 19 at- urgent oi coossee, where they will look over the timber farm ,
the request fact is due to the cold weather in the ; truck
Walter L. Nelson returned to the Narcoossee ,;
: holdings of the Farm and
; Mrs. Belle Modie be with her in North.
j and to
Kribbs w4/e/ the week
G. F. spent last from threeweeks'tour '
city week a Townsite Co., with a view to purchasing ties. Write call
illness. '
""- : end with Mr. and Mrs, :>{1. M. Dickinson her extreme C.. H. Nellie and wife of Davenport of Missouri and Kansas, and says property and growing citrus fruits or

I at Lake Helen. L.. P. Motley, representing the Burt spent Wednesday here, Mr. Nellis that he believes half the people he met and vegetables.What I''

The "Valley Gazetto/has "Booster Pa/lcard Shoe Co., was a business visitor transacting business and Mrs. Nellis have their eyes turned towards FlorIda

I Envelop for ..I.I't 10 cents 'a to the city.Tuesday, placing hit taking in the "style pictures" shownat and that many from that section came near being a serious accident -
J line of Korrect shape shoes with the the Pastime. will ,be here as soon as crops: are har occurred Saturday night whenW.
package. /* Dutton-Harris Co., vested. L. Hensley, who was 'riding a bicycle -
J Branpf of Orlando is The fall classes china ver Stop to |
Miss Roberta Jin painting collided with a buggy and was,.
the guest of MissX Iadeline Hill ,at Kissimmee Chapter' No. 10, R. A of Mrs. L. U.,,Ziigmerman will open A. B. Jarrell I, Lee Henry'Owen and thrown to.the ground but as fortune 1

Narcoossee. ' M., meets the second Monday evening Thursday, October 16, 1013. For information W:' II. Brokaw made a trip to Wekiwa favored him he escaped with only aj .

.4 L' i' / each month. "All visiting companionsare : call at.,JJo. 116 MabbetteSt. Springs Sunday by auto, returning in few minor bruises and cuts on his .isiderk F

The Valley Gaze has "Booster welcome.. \7.)1..Harris, High Orders taken Christmas and the evening. Mr. Jarrell says the body. .

Envelopes" for salt "at 10 cents a Priest, II. E. Cole/ recorder. wedding presents. 40-2t water at the springs is fine and the .- \ .while yen '

package.J. place has a beautiful location, that County Treasurer S.-L. Lupfer; who, ,. : IayT. Precaktioa
H. Halley, of Loughman, was a O. B. Treble, who )has been employedat Miss Francis Tress was honored bya when improved may develop into a has been at Green Springs the past ke-Every .;

business visitor in the city Monday and A. Witz shoe shop forthe, past few number of her friends Friday night popular-Florid ar sort. ten.days, will return to'Kisslmmee tomorrow
\ Fire
\. week: months, has goneVto )Lakeland and J last with a surprise party .t_Firemen'. night. Mr. Lupfer has beena .
Tuesday of this ", opened up a repair shop in connectionwith hall, the occasion l being> her birthday. J. C. DuBose of 'Timmonsville, S. sufferer for some weeks with a complication METHODIST CHURCH .

T. C. 'Smith and''. E./L. Tindall of the shoe business of-Dutt -Har- Cake and other delicacies were served C., .arrived here yesterday for a brief of stomach troubles, and -'

Fort Myers ire speeding. the week in ris Co. and a most enjoyable evening spent visit with his .old-time friends'and went to that famous' resort in hopes Dr. Sibert will preach Sunday mornIng -
and Mrs J. M: Gard
Kissimmee and Nari o.see. neighbors, Mr. that his health would be Improved. ; and evening at the high school u
Rev. Father Fox of Orlando will We are more than glad'. to be, able ner. Mr. DuBose is making a tour
. I building. Morning subject "Spiritual.
. s 'Miss Inez .rsO\ l;ft Tuesday for come to Kissimmee Saturday, September 4o state' that Ceo F. Singletary, who of the state, and says that Kissimmee A 'deed was filed for record this "The'Lalt''' "
Crowns evening subject ,
Lake City, where she will/enter Columbia 27th, and, will have' devotion and( has been ill at his residence on Main Impresses him more favorably than week from J. E. Ingram, at Whittier, Conflagration.; A cordial! Invitation
j college for the season. confessions in the! evening. at7jXo; : and street for that past several 'weeks,, I is any other city'he has, vltited. to' the Florida East Coa.t'rallw.y for I is extended to' all .to attend', "

: .I' will say mass ox Sunday morning at much: improved, and unless complica x theMilier a right of way over land in the Lake . '. '
.1 Miss Sally Taylor, registered.nurse, C.;; M. Grace representing these servic: .. /
\ in few
,, o'clock.: : tions arise will be out again a Marion section, for the purpose of
of Orlando, was visrUjig. with 'the E. ',-- days.D. Bros.. 101 Ranch, located in Oklahoma, digging drainage canal. It is un ART. ;
L. Lesley family on Sunday last. Mrs. Belle Modie, of North Kissim arrived in the city this week on a scout derstood the canal will run from Ken -

( mee, who has beer critically ill the G. Wagner,' one of our popular for cattle to ship west. Mr. Grace yonvllle to Lake Marion, for the .. Twelve/lessons oil painting by
and purpose
R. L. Lambert, Leesburg, past four months, is slightly recover Insurance: and real estate* agents, at- has during the three months purchased of draining the railroad right the new/short hand methods of the

Charlie Finley, of Orlando, "were visitors ing. Her many 'friends' who have been tended the funeral Wednesday at San- several!'train loads of.cattlen this of "impressionist" school will do more "
at the Bijou on. hday last. so solicitous .rr wishing for her recovery ford of Bryan Higgins, who lost his immediate section, and says that they way. ; good than years of practice,in the ordinary ,r '
W. D. J. Sumner is ow ready to to. former; .health. life in'the, accident that occurred on have all graded exceptionally high. He The old Methodist parsonage whichis ; way. Join the art class now. i
aH dafeigns of white 4 the' main line of the" A. C. L, near is registered at the Manhattan being moved to the.corner of Mab- i and be prepared M do landscape work
order.for '
take head Mr. and Mrs. Dennia Blenis returned Beresford early Tuesday: morning. bete and- Orl.ndo-.treet, appears to i next. summer. 40-lt '
bronze monuments, gTwMCOvers, "home Saturday from the G. A. R "Country" Terrell, 'a negro was have struck a snag at the corner of I ..

:v tones, etc. / 35-tf reunion at Chattanoega.. Mr. Blenii Dr... E.-. C.-. Chambers- and wife of promptly landed in the county Jail Church street and Posslel avenue. NO.ESCAPE.A "J ( .: ,
Attend the barbecue/at Southport reports a splendid xtrip and a great Kansas City arrived here Saturday and Saturday on the Charge of housebreaking Anyhow, it has been at the same placein -

.: tomorrow, and be 'IMI ire and carry a celebration in that distant Tennessee left at once for Headwater, accompanied which crime he committed the middle of tl street for the past II southern c congressman relates, 1

.,r basket filled with eatable. .. Boat leaves city by thousands/of\ .veterans by Mr. E. C. Cohron and wife. Dr. early Saturday morning. Sheriff) In. week, and no effort appears to have how, when he was once making a campalgn -.,( y
Chambers is president of the Model gram did quick work, having his pris- been made to it it tour through the interior ofMississippi
city dock at 8:30: a. m. move
W. N. Rolf of Wetmore,.Kanass he '
Mrs. behind the bars within two hours came upon a negro
which large area on oner
Land Co., owns a breaks traffic almost entirely on that '
Last Sunday the]J.raa class of the has arrived in/KI8slmmee on a the shores of Lake Kissimmee. after the report was. 'received of his much traveled thoroughfare.Mrs. . cabin, across .the threshold of which
s Methodist church'wa! reorganized and prospecting toW ap .will probably de- misdoings. lay a negra man and a pickaninny of ,

steps taken to increase the member cide to locate here. Her husband is C. C. Wilson of the Wilson ProduceCo. Thos. Van Duzer entertained perhaps eight years of' age, says Har'

II ship. a sort! of the laty.Revue T. E. Rolf, who ., of Jacksonville, spent Monday Murry S. King, architect, and O. N.: the ladies of the G. A. R.' Circle on per's Magazine.
J died here. some time ago. "nd. Tuesday in .the city making arrangements Larsen, contractor, ot Orlando, were Wednesday afternoon with receptionat "He's got a pretty fair appetite," ,
Attend the barbecue, at Southpeft for a local office In this in -Kissimmee Monday looking after her beautiful home in South Kissimmee remarked the congressman after a

: I;; tomorrow, and bV,. sure and carry a S. S. Buzza, who has been working i place for the fruit season.!; Mr. John busines sin their lines. Mr. King drew at which refreshments were moment's silence, during which the

r h basket 811ed with e. bles. Boat leaves jit' his trade in Jacksonville! the past A Baker will be in charge of the of the plans and specifications for .the served that were most delicious. MeetIngs pickannlnny finished the plate of

city dock; at 8:30: a.r- ... three monthsTVe turned home last Week fice for the Wilson company. handsome-Yowell-Duckworth building, of the ladies are both interesting chicken and. produced,a huge sectionof
'' '. and .is now engaged in laying the con- which is now being erected In Orlando, and entertaining, and bind the ties of pie.
R. B. Woodham, Bookkeeper' the crete floor in Ingtarn's stable, which Wednesday afternoon'the schoolchildren and has the reputation of being a capable friendship still closer between the "Purt)' fair, boss, purty" 'said

,; Citizens Bank, spenltfie w .!!kend.he. will be converted int en automobile I in the lower grades were en- and careful architect. See his wives and daughters of those who the father. MJes' look at him goip' .

.:'j guest of his friend/. esmond. Little, garage tertained at the Dixie Theater, the Card In this issue of the Gazette.F. 'served the Union in. the days -of the after dat pie!I" Then, 'after a further ,

at Narcoossee.! guests of the management. Thursday early 60's. period of. silence, the proud parent
r Gee W. Harris, son of J. H. Harris, afternoon the'scholars, in the higher A. Stroup left Tuesday eveningfor added:

';4 Attend the barbecue at Southpo'it"I has sent word that he will bring his grades were accorded the same cour- Novinger Mo., where he will closeout Capt. Johnson. gives out the statement "Boss it ain't 'ho use a-talkin', dat t

4! i tomorrow, and be' urn and 'carry a family ton Kissimmee e for the winter. tesy. all his property holdings to returnto that after the barbecue and picnic chile got a pow'hful infiooence over 4
Boat leaves Mr. Harris is well known herb and Kissimmee to live permanently. Mr. next Saturday he will be so
,:' ; .basket filled with eatables. the :interior busy food. Once he gets his upper lip ovate
tit city dock at. 8:30 a.far/' word that hswfll 1 be in our midst this For real artistic work Theater equals Stroup has been favorably impressed ,with all his. boats hauling fruit and plece.'o pie 'it's his pie, boss, it's his ,
,) season will l be pleasant news. to many decoration of the Dixie with this section and sJtateU I at the supplies along the river route that be !

Wm. A. Bledsoe, of Kissimmee, :was of.ou'r, citizens that of any playhouse in the South, Gazette office that 'regretted. to can't find time for any more picnlcsl

seen shaking 'h&.JU >ith his many and every line of it shows that a leave for only long enough to close out for many weeks. IVsup to everyone' pielFRUITS'

ampa friends on local thoroughfares R. F. Parker, thj tailor, has moved master hand held 'the brush, that did his Missouri holdings. But he would to go tomorrow and 'by the fine barbecued :1 "
Tribune. his shop from the room over the Gray- the painting. And that artist was $;r- as'possible. .
-11 iterday: Tampa; return as soon meats, and take along the baskets -:
'. stone garage'to the building on Darlington nest'Green our local sign writer and full)) of other good things" make '

,, Attend the barbecue/at Southport ) avenue recently vacated by decorator,+who was born an artist and II. E Page and S. E. Waters rep- the day complete. The proceeds of VEGETABLESSxH. .

x Tomorrow, and .'-.ure and carry a the bakery, and invites-his patrons to has grown Inartistic touch with every resented the progressive little town the excursion and barbecue go To the ..

; basket filled with e.i bles.' Boat leaves call and'see him. at that place. 89-tf year of his life. A man who can do of Narcoossee here yesterday, and building fund of the new Methodist .
at.8:30 Dixie de- callers at this of- E. H. FROST0
city dock a. m. such work as is fQund at the were most pleasant church. '
The opening of the Dixie theater full share of reward. fice. l\b Page is engaged in the general Commll8r( h.fercb.nta. Eat'

j W.A .Smith left last Fridayfor an last Saturday proved very satisfactoryto serves his merchandise business in the new W. B. Harris, owner-of the Valley 1865. Shippir-gTnaUrial! .. 1

i, extended trip,thrbugl\Soutb! Georgia, the management, ,wo .shows being Miss Est Williams, sister of Mrs.E. town, while Mr. Waters is devotinghis Gazette, has received a "commission 319 Washington St. Cor.' Jay"St'''

visiting friends ant,..\ativea and look. given in the "evening to capacity H. McCown of this city, departed time'to inducing his young orange from Governor Trammell as delegate New York.,

ing after businea'sinte'irasts.Attend .:, houses/ |The pictures) shown were' of Thursday, September' 18th for her and grapefruit'' tfees to put on an extra to the annual i convention of. the Misisissippl :; , ' 40-4tod ", ,

:'the b.rbeca4fal Southport the' best and indicates our new playhouse home in Carterville, 111., after having growth this'falL to Atlantic. Inland Waterway

tomorrow: and, be vre and carry a will, daily. gain'in.popularity.Work'J spent a most delightful summer in H. M. Breaker returned! Wednesday Association, which will be held atPalatka : -'H cHEsTER SPILls' w.
; t '
I Williams! many ,
leave November 17'.nd 18.
Boat Kissimmee. .on
basket filled with eatable. remodeling where he went the '4-
"Chattanooga tea )IAllee
dr! dock .t .:30 .. .... "-\ the IngraVn-: stable,. which was last many friends while here, who regret-. week previous to attend the G. A. R. The meeting of thle association will i .' t'. .....A...n r re
and Mrs.J. :
'" Mr. .
leave. Florida e -
haveher ,
tobeused ted to tell the mean much to as the questionof .u.Ia.
leased A Lnpf to
week by Prather and Incidentally -
; reunion,
,$. B. Awltman, 'prominent ,resident arid machine: L. Dibble and children, Mr and Mrs. what delightful place .n inland water'route::: across the "B !FC. -. = .
for a
'I a garage old soldiers
of Kiaaimmee'and .nthus..tic good C.vOglesbee and Mr. and Mrs. E. .state Is engaging the attention of all aua r '
Roy Breaker .. .
t' room Mr.
shops giving khem'mach",more Kissimmee was to live. I' -- -
roads advocate was In'the city'yeater- than they occupied In the old qu.ttera'riex H: McCown accompanied: Miss Williams states that-a large number. expressed our, people, and with which question . + atsErarale'. '
.day'mingling;bustoert .vrtjth .pleasure. as far as Orlando,- j, t
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f ,.,- ADVERTISING. OF CITY'S BANKS I BEAN CATERPILLAR Wears now lining up for out FALL /nd WINTER shipments of>i
Let-iw hear from
Florida fruits and vegetables. YOU .

f I Reliable Representatives wanted:) 'all shipping station
five Cents Per Line
'j' I ', +. /. fach Insertion. / BALTIMORB '
.. ....._ r GROWTH OF KISSIMMEE I This caterpillar, Antiscarsia gem-., to feed. With this strength there will 210 Light St.. 40-4tpd ,' MD.

'- -----;---- -- .FOR SALE.I .- ,". -- ------ -, -_.-J PER-- -CENT- OVER LAST, jnatiHsls 1l. far_the worst pest witllwhich' 1, I 1 be no serious burning An occasional
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7 : ,
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the grower of velvet beans lea eaiitniyb8"'ecorchedbutthteia -

k + ,I FOR SALE-Bay saddle /horse. Ap 1 to contend. It frequently consumesall 'of'no' practical consequence. The .

-- '. ply to E. G. Vans Agnew. 22tf the leaves of the plants, ruining.I j younger foliage is not burned. With }
There Is 'sign of
one sure progress '
'the mfor either seed. Ordinarily 'from three-fourths to a pound of arsenate .
i FOR. SALE-Ten acres land, two acres to be. rioted in any city, and- that is forage or , THE H. G. S1EVER
of waterthere
4 in and'grapefruit when troubled by an outbreak to fifty gallons
the condition
bearing orange the banking business 1
of he farmer turns was considerable burning.. This burn-
house in' first-class { ,
trees, five room whether it is on, the increase .or 'de-
I for relief to the arsenic compounds i Ing was not noticeable until three or
condition fine welt etc
t ) Inquire crease in the slack months of, the
IL, P. Jackal, Sorrento, Fla. 374pFORii '. but in this case he is confronted by four days after spraying.
l to the fact; that velvet beans are easily The newer' Insecticide, tine arsenate" - NOT IN THE TRUST --------..
II Kissimmee banks taken as a barometer
a SALE-Motor' boat, 30x8%, 15 of busines sconditions at this burned by such Compounds. Dry ar- !which can often be substituted for 10,000 acre. Stock Farm a bargain Jf f takem at oats, ,

II in. draft, 12 h. p.: engine; at a bar time of the year show a very healthy senicals in any form, used :s fiS a dust, lead arsenate,' 'did not'work well 1I / for 1 $5.00 per acre1:- .!. .!. .'. .*. ..*.
gain. See Saunders at this office. tf burn them too severely. We found in this The''' lead arsenate,. *
j :
increase over th i our experiments last summer, that 4 should be of the neutral or basic: form. ,
y, FOR SALE-'House and lot on- Pen- which is an undeniable indication of .. 08'Eas
ounces of lead arsenate'paste to fifty not acid. Land at All Prices and )' Teems ,
field St., 8-room house, 2 closets, continued growth.
gallons of water was about as stronga For economical spraying, a good 2,000'acres Stock Ranch, will exchange half ralae
all plastered except kitchen; lot 50 For the same period last year'the spray as could safely be used, even barrel pump mountel in a 'wagon Is for other real estate ..:. -:* .!.. ,.*. .tOrange .
x136 deposits and loans and discounts of
; city water, 14 bearing; grape
when lime was added. this weak and spraying
As ma-
,. fruit,,orange and lemon trees., En- the two banks in Kissimmep show an necessary power
er' |dosage was not very effective, we have chine' (i'a, much better. It will take 'Grovel all sizes and prices
quire. No., 409. Penfield St, or address I ncrease- of twenty-five cent l in ;'
I a ':been trying various compounds, .and about fifty gallons to cover an acre.'
Box 433, Kissimmee, Fla 403p 1913. -This statement was given out' '
t h ave this found solution that Natural, Enemies. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
t d .. by Senator Arthur E. Donegan in con- ,. C '
'I jig cheap, effective and safe. It consists These caterpillars have many natural a I
i : versation with a representative of this _
.tMISCELLANEOUS.. of < enemies, the most efficient of --n r
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paper Tuesday on the general business ,' ..# *
f t WANTED good man to do clean.I' conditions at this season of the !Ill I. erimtime, : sulphur solution' which are, birds, especially rice-birds .

I ______ 1 quart black birds, mocking birds, and native
ing and pressing experience requir year. ?----- --
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I a The buildings going I cad .... sparrows. If our farms harbored as G CARSON.: 1. CRANFORD. .- B. U LUPFsUt.VloPmldrnt. ,
: 'ed.' Apply T. S. Oliver. '40. pd many new up arsenate paste :;_ 8 ounces ..
many of these birds as they should, PrakUnt. See-.,
I'" I around the city furnish another cy**". Water ....._________.60 gallons
( FO.UND-Uetween Kissimmee and dence that Kissimmee is experiencing the farmers would have no need to ,.

'_ Taft, a. Panama coat. Owner can a 'healthy growth duringrrtTrnonths/; : The amount of lead arsenate that spray for caterpillars. We found that

: i have same by proving property and that business reaches The lowest ebb. I can be safely'used depends somewhaton the birds congregate on the unsprayed
,F f : paying for this notice. With the lar&4-'sums of'money ex- ; the weather, on the condition'of portions of the fields; so that by spray ..

''f ; pended for street : growth of the beans, and on the thor ing the portions most heavily infested
Y; t; POUND gold cuff-button; 'now at durjHfg 1912. paving -
> !of -the A black and the remainder to be taken
.\" this office. 'Owner can have same and sUtfwalk construction, this in.: 5 ughness stirring. leaving
sediment forms in the tank and unless care of by the birds, -we were able to '
; byproving property" and paying for crea4 is indeed a good showing for : t 40 Rough and Dressed *.
I f I the mixture is stirred control the the whole Experiment
I constantly or pest over
this notice. JJrTS business of the: city. With the
$1ft .1 L-oming of the winter visitors business : is strained before spraying, the pump j Station-jFarm. The birds do'

It I Ivill linesf will become clogged, or the plants that not seem to feed on the poisoned cater LUMBER
naturally become bettor in all PINE ,
\ LOST-On Monday night, a receive the from the bottomof and :
.. settlings I pillars to any extent, we have
containing about $9.00. Finder merchandise, and the future for the ,
{. :} the tank will be 'burned. Eight seen no instances of birds being poisoned
r please leave at Gazette office and ity seems brighter than ever before. '

." f -1- . ._. . ,- * Q Every mail brings encouraging reports ounces of the lead paste' to fifty gal j' by so feeding. "
t .. lons of water to'be sufficient ,
to also
J. our city of hundreds of visitors that will seems Wasps feed actively on thsee
kill the worms, if the solution is not caterpillars and render efficient 'I HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
)! :X The: efforts of the Kissimmee Board of Tn. soon be in our midst for investing, or I Ito .
4 .( too soon washed off by rain. The vice in keeping them down. '
the in recreationin
L warded by wonderful growth ip population and spend quiet I' caterpillars do not die A i ;
this section. All these' tidings of I promptly, twen-: fungus disease kills many, and,, 1111111111111111111111111111111 II .

)1 mcnt.of the entire county, and because the work coming prosperity added to the unusually -I ty-four hours being usually necessary; in favorable weather, may even con -.-, -.
past is all the more reason we should keep cont but they become sick at once and ceaser trol an outbreak. --
: good summer that has been ex- C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary.
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& i I I' When a call i il i issued for a meeting of the perienced in all lines of business\ show < -- -- ----------"- - - - - -

that we have indeed the best place on the Louisville' Courier-Journal. They'!1 '
t of citizen be "EfD'T"f WARNINGMany '
i" ; every to present to discuss the earth to live.iS. took time by the forelock and. began < The eWatersCarson

l' 1 come before the Board, regardless of whether their I ,
'.. 65y s i campaign by cleaning up the ;i. ----
4 ing to the support of the Board in a financial breeding places of the flies. They'
; ,} w thing, but when community becomes thorough:] J. SLIGH CO. TO had found out that about 90 percent I Done So.People Iles Grocery' Company :

l .' for the upbui ing.of the the of. the troublesome house flies came
; city matter of fin I OPEN OCTOBER 1 1"PREPARATIONS When the weak t
I from unclean stables. They compelledthe | are they
j l e' after.f "
I owners such to their
of places put .
Wholesale and R etail Dealers IsGROCERIES
I t r : : Let us do things And do them quick." 'We i BEING MADE TO ,premises in order and to keep them : give unmistakable warnings that i :
;, w so. The school children were organized -
should not be ignored. By examining
0004 x'000400'44'000400 and requ,:i as "junior sanitary police," and I the urine and treating- the kidneys
I ,+ CAPACITY. the boys were assigned certain die
me upon the first signs of disorder
f 1'ALKlNQ! KISSIMMEE + tricts which many
they covered it frequentI
: ,
days of suffering may: be saved. Weak t
c 4'I 4 and" 0 Work of overhauling the packing I intervals, making reports to the health i kidneys 40004 0 ooo + ooooooooo. + 000 00.40000 4o. .**. **00.
J J i i usually expel a 4ark, ill-smell- j
i OOI mumMr operated in this., city by S.. J. officers of any insanitary conditions !, ing urine full of + +
ouse "brlckdust" sedimentI 1
t't,1 !. Summers,'CI e field, South found in their rounds.At 0 WE SELL: 4o WE BUY:
i V Kissimnvee.. 38-tt Sligh Company/was. started Tuesday! and painful in passage/ Sluggish' kid 4 HAY, 4 . ,
preparatory to the opening; for packj j .proper'time a "swatting cam neys often cause a dull pain in the O 0 HIDES, -,

FOR RENT OR S A LB-p Two-eto ing of fruit on Octob r:1.: < paign"was waged with great success. small of the back, headaches;; dizzy <0 GRAIN, oOo. . (
f Y' store building BracW St.. North bounty of ten cents a hundred was 4 0 0 FURS, .
will to
This begin' ship tired
; f company spells languid'feelings and fre ,'. '<<
tKtssimmee, H.. OS ta/tford 29-tf paid and of "swatters had 0 '. ; FERTILIZERS, 0 4 .
grapefrUit on .October 1,: and oanges; the'army / quent rheumatic twinges:! ," ( "
; <.y; ,y y rMjaMiDoa'n's 0 M 0 0 WOOL
i lr (DWELLINGS. for r ply to M. by,'October,1Ojthec. t uallfield l j,'pic lJ'Al f turned JL,in%f]nearly- hale.? ;!!la"' -<'.million!!. -u;a flycorpses ,,.:< ::;* ,';; >M ti1 H Pft"-: 0 4 } !: .' .. ;' ".t'fl -
j TllleT'! D yt by|[MaYIJ5,ty Preachersjwere'asked ., ''s"no'better recorn.ft. + + :%;!: ,I. t'" .

; r ...... the l'pack g,, h use"Wr tady for buss 1 4' n to preach l.!'lIy', sermons, and mended:remedy. ." .' O ORANGE* 'BOXES, O 4 AND 'Ii"T.ti.i: ''t,.

J -J 'ness this"season a washing apparatus, many of them complied with the re"Fly" Kissimmee. people endorse Doan's O, ORANGE WRAPS, '' Q 4 ALL '. fO '

H FOR RENT a drying machine .and a box conveyor' quest, slides- were shown at.the Kidney pills. .,. + t

; will be ready for use, work of Installing 1 moving picture theaters. J. E. Bass, KisElimmee, Fla., Bays: VEGETABLE CRATES; 4 '0 COUNTY ,,

having started this week j,lOne of the best results has been. a 4I had kindney trouble'for some timand e a 'oOo ,
modern public demand for'flyless stores. Re- CRATE NAILS, 0 0 PRODUCE.t
A brick business
To a of this
representative I suffered
paper 1 girls intensely from lame and 0 4. .. 0 v
house. the manager! for Mr. Sligh stated that cenlly 100 normal school inspect- aching back. Doan's Kidney'' :Pills fi044'0004044404-' *, * *- ** ** ** **>**.*.. I'
1 : Apartments in brick build outlook this I led 511 groceries, restaurants and meat "
the for shipping year was I have been very 'beneficial in relievingmy .
ing with all modern markets and in 60 of those 3
conven- cent
i :i. ienceBf., much.brighter'than last year, and that 'I per complaint. ')keep a supply in the We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ." __ r
'+ with the new equipment'would be no flies were found. The Survey says house all the.time." We give special attention/to fitting out hunting and camping part....'
S i I Rooms furnished for lighthousekeeping. the early spring "head-'em-off"' planis Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. g
i possible to pack and ship four car- For sale by all dealers. Price CO
loads each day this a remarkable success, and more than cents. We are county agents for good fertilizer. Ask us fir circulars sad h8
i 'F Fostejr-Hilburn Co., Buffalo, '
IX4 100 prices on fertilizer.
towns and cities
have written for
Fruit from the L. A. New York
grovehas agents.for the United _
,;.r E. E. Wells been purchased by the Sligh con detailed information of the methods States. -- --- '. -- .. t

r Real Estate and Insurance cern ad well as.that of Joe Ward: arid used In Cleveland. The 'system is Remember the name-Doan's--and

r t 203'Broadway Pho:. 272 other groves will supply a large quan right, and I it is the only way to combat take no other.-Adv. 40-lt

r. t 1r r-- 7 tity of fruit for this concern,' the fly with. any assurance of largely ., .

r h440C The Osceola brand is the trademark beneficial 1 results.Tampa Tribune. ., Lots of times it is easier to beat a Cattle

40 0.9' used in this packing"house, and so well14m -- man up in a trade than to beat him -
WANT ADS in the Gazetteare I.
Ante YOU j: Valley .
r >>m has it become in western states down. '
k SELECT IIOMKT To the. means of selling] and rent ..
tlmt it is almost a daily occurrence I "
A 10-room house, closets, pantries \pAiveorders .from Kansas City: ing property-when all other means 1 There is a time when forebearance '
t baths, hot and cold water, fail. Try it once. 5 cents a line. I ceases to be a virtue. H.I
f and otjlur IlVi-ge cities across the Mississippi. Ranch '
electric lights i
screened back
: < porches, beautiful frontveran- I -- -- --'-' -- "

das walls plastered and tinted: The S. J. Sligh company will also .

y woodwork mission finish. pack this season for the J.:'P. Moyer I .
house can. be used as company, of Philadelphia, who will Rollins College, Winter Park fla. W*have for sale\ '3355 acres of excellent cattle land on wine

..t ? on house good for street.private AsM fariilly)'Ir.or. '$ .have a local representative: in this city OLDEST. COLLEGE AND MOST BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS IN large lake in Osceola county, Florida, the best cattle country in the .
Thl.1 FLORIDA United States. No feed native greases
mers about It. during trie fruit s a80n. Necessary except never

A 6-room house ifioidern i The Orlando packing house of the College, Academy lluaicExpression.. Fine Arts, Domestic and Industrial lack for abundance of go d'xater. 'Full particulars to interested .

of beautiful shade and S.; J. Sligh company will be ready to Arts Business, Taechefs' Course parties. We also have ranches ranging in size from 1,000 to 100-

f located A 6-room on street,Mabbette begin operations on October 10. Twelve buildings steam heat, electrirf lights, .fire. protection, fine 000 acres in a body with plenty JW&ler/ grass and good facilities

I't street lot 100147% ftowlnlf well The fruit nerally in this county gymnasium of music no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teach for handling cattle cheap and to -800d tage. :"
SlOO.pO/ ,cash and |16J>0 per month Is of a finer quality than that ers :, $5,000 organ a dozen'pianoei; two,glee clubs, chorus class. .
N,1 A (-room house op good street shipped Superb| new rooms for business school, equipped with' every modern "
I LvlVX4 k lot.60x140 and 20 acres realor, .. last year at this early date, and more analysis o.f soils,'fertilizers., foods,'water,'; preparation for device- CROVES. I
.. ange tI. town land, for 4 'mll..aJrom.60//(". ,nice lit fully\ matured, o.nd,the; total sumber-of courses.Lakes" tennis 10 acres of good land in splendid orange district mile from '

'' y . A 7-room ho,*" ." ..plaatered. \ boxes will .be increased very.1 iaterial- Christian; boating, but ,undenominatlonai swimming gaff football, basket ball. Kissimmee 6 acres good bearing grove, splendid crop this ,
closets, ; moderate year
;,t ; corner china lot cabinet oh good nlcaporches street- ,, ly }by new: grove', that have. come into available. For catalogue address'expenses ; scholarships special price for balance of this month. Jt will. pay you to investigate j

4 r .&00,00 cash, easy terms on bal- < bearing this. year!" William Fremont this it i il' '
nce. 7 Blackman Ph D., LI. D. President. property now, a bargain.
f ,
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A 6-room house, lot ;, '
on good street a decided bargain A FLYLESS CITY 60 'acre* of good land little over a mile from Ry school and'church J

only 11.000.00. : J Cleveland. started, anti-fly/ cam 1 1 $' y1 y1 $ $y1 y1 y1 y1 1 1 1 $ 1 { t t 1y1y1 1 1 9i$ .,all[ good orange land but 10 acres now has 20 acre in cultivation -' ",

r '.. Ask Mrs. Summers '. paign last.spring before most of the fenced and cross fenced, about 8 acre grove, half bearing, _

t y 60* .Penfleld, near Clyde. other cities in the country had even. i. RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN* HOME house box. 4 large rooms, 2 porches, table, good l corn bins some' ,

> > > OHSprigg thought of anything of thesort. Asa As other very fine hammock land, cheap at 5000. Time on.half or more if i
l interests prevent my living there \ offer for sale desired, balance plan. Good this
Cleveland easy payment
consequence has been Fish my crop year., \,
place Lake-
on and
a half miles from Kissimmee
J : : called "the flyless! city" though the I" from St Cloud. ? and equidistant 23\/i\ -acrer good land adjoining city limits broom'house, ser* .-', r

: ; ; .FemingCLEANING appellation .is not strictly correct. This property comprises.over 20 acres ,of good land, and has vanta' house, barn chicken house, cow barn, over 200 acres bearing .:.! ;
Cleveland has
not eliminated the 660 feet on the lake front. Excellent fjshing. orange tree, and other fruit, lot of shade pretty place, owned

fly, but it has made such.progress in The land i is half fruit and balance,m u cLit Has house almost by a widow living in Pa. Price $4500. 'Term favorable fine i f

PRJ3SS NG' "thousands that direction1'' that the Survey says 1 new, story and a half,'30x30.ft. Has water' in the house, two wells, home-and good location, can graduate children from, hich school. I
.householders. .
tt have i (one of these 11 flowing) of fine artesian and have them home every night. Many other good bargains,'write ,
:.. ; good out-buildings.
YDYEI: 4 .eI" found it possible to dispense entirely .
p and chicken run*. war -, us for what you want, we can secure it for you.NELSON ., ;
with screens at doors and windows,' .. County ..
.REPA RING road and A. C L."Railroad, soutkcnd i
of lot ..
j : and a lone fly created more excitement _
1' with'station adjoining 'Telephone service with,Kissimmee i .t !."

r, I, d o ;,' ;Jjeaiv word' >t' m .:bo e"red clothes, e than 'a great swarm" 'would have.1', Cloud. T tle| to property, perfect. ;Price reasonable: and andLSt terms :
aroused tew REALTY .>'
''' 'wilJibe, oplyed lor add"retoroed- r a years ago. N given if desired. Apply to J. W Prenti, Box< 1 196, Ki.simmee. Fla. COMPANY
'rhe people of Cleveland went after

1'V'-v .. ':'Satisfaction. .. guaranteed' the !fly I nuisance In.eria-htwa'say., ,, ,$ m $$$$ $ 5I $ $ $$ xx BaekofRtate8ank'KISSIMMEE, I ..,.:.FLA.III iZ'M1I tI Ik

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ItlDAY SEP1 MBER 26.1913 ., V. \, 1(, :".1.1": Ttertrri.auo"e>> : ; ) ,"..,_. ;" '! \" .. .
V LLEY CA. % TTI'.. \
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What the Boy Wants the Way of advancement-the curriculum ,
: revolts
itself. puts emphasis may be fostered. The church I. .. . . . . . . OOOOOOOO..OI.. . . . . ;
Why is It when upon the next: world, ,
Js Not Books practically all thinking and the school: Is made to ,
But Life concern It
are agreed .
; upon this statement self solely with the happenings
) of evils connected with of a J.. .. '
our pub buried

Not Words Bat. Things to lic school the regenerating system, that we do not of resort of the present yesterday. and the putterlngs 'THEJ.. :"

process revo Those who have pledged themselves .
lution What stands in the way of to'the good fight against child labor '
I ,
our picking up this rag-bag of outworn therefore,
PLENDID TREATISE: WHY CHILDREN LEAVE THE SCHOOL ideas and gusty traditions, and for battles' ,must not prepare skirmishes themselves .Ariliu-rE. -.. ..

ROOM AND ENTER :THE FACTORY-AVERAGE SCHOOL shaking it to pleoes In search of the huge and overwhelming.. For-the-battles fight ,"

anlwet..we come upon proof that, the Is not between
LITTLE BETTER THAN. A TREADMILJhe ._ ,-=-_ ::..: !school; ,_asashildlabor4actorisnotseparated : or brigades but companies, regiments" -
between armies! It Is -
.----. from the other causes at: the Struggle ;
.... all between the
but is
inextricably linked with the '
body and
the soul, .
following li an excerpt from between evil and
soul-destroying monotony of factory : problems of involuntary
I poverty, fear between right and wrong DonegaiiREAL
an article written for Good l1ouse.eephtl' work." of existence employers'' ,
greed, oligarchic between oJl.garchy..and
Magazine by Judge Lindsey Dr.' Woods lIuuhlnson- gives It as laws, a bloodless church, 'anda ,
and George ,Creel and' t II in
keep- commercialized
his unwilling judgment that while the public sentiment 004400000000004440
ing with --the many utterances of ,the 0 0
factory may become a sweatshop, the 'A vitalized school, curriculum devoted .

IVajley Gazette on this most Important school the to'the THE LIGHTING; OF .
average in United States development of emotional ,
Ideation that it is ESTATE
I reproduced today is little\ better than a mental I ism, spirituality, and quiverlngly Intelligent SCHOOLROOMS +
I for our many readers who are not treadmill for the avenge boy, of the '! citizenship, would .mean a *.+" .
fdr 4400444000444040
subscribers that
splendid pub ica working classes after twelve years of i{ vitalized church, a vitalized society, ,O w'

tlon. age, because "the education Is so'purely -,and' a blazing determination of the Public school '''children's eyes are AND

Where is the-church? Well formal, lOt bookish, so ladylike,. so sovereign people to eliminate every injustice often, seriously damaged by poorly! INSURANCE ,I
be may irrational and. impractical; in a" word, J every inequality that now lighted schoolrooms. This fact should
the question for it is into .
the keeping the church that that it stunts his mind, bewilders his blocks' ,the forward march of,love and be remembered in building school- .
we as senses, and fills him with a dislike fraternity.Our houses. Modern school architects and
a people, have consigned o r'splrltuality for real education hygienists have worked out some AGENCY
and emotionalism.With what and training.. . "invisible government"! will not definite
What the boy wants la not books but plans to conserve eyesight, which'
1 have it so. The
has it oligarchy that has
faith met faith? 'dwindled ,
Jn should
congregations,. in the "growing godlessness life, not words but things... .In 'shortthe fastened its.dutch upon our free institutions ''In Northern not be forgotten. For instance, ,"
conclusion, strange as it may seem countries,where sunlight -
The of
that is bewailed, in frantic fight special is less
efforts like the Men and Religions forward to many, is almost inevitable that if privilege to retain its tariffs and countries prevalent, and where than in Southern Second Floor Citizens Bank
we rationalize and modernize the cur its monopolies, its fog, clouds and
corrupt' control of
we may read the smoke
answer., riculum of" our public schools, we councils, legislatures, and courts, to have are common, schoolroomsshould
should cut the foundation from under one-fourth as much win
drive back thei
Christ has been taken out of the rushing waves ofan_ in dow-glass-
there is
one-half if not two-thirds of the child'labor floor space. In .
marketplace and confined in the clots creasing progressivist sentiment, has Southern
tendency In fine, our'mostintetUgent countries, where the atmosphere ; ., We .
as also invite
as one of its features the cordially to
ter. He has been given pallor and teachers .' con is clear, one-sixth window-glass : strangers
our most.t.hought.ful tinuance 'school
of the
remoteness until it is difficult, to remember public system space is sufficient. The bottom
students of pedagogy our ; of the to Kissimmee and
that he was a carpenter and clans physi in the slough of futility"where it now windows should be four'feet above come investigate
child-labor students
our have lies.
went to death out of his flaming beliefin united for years In declaring, the most the floor. Windows should be as nu and invest. You will find here
the rights of man, in. love, in jus-: vitalthe Mark the bitterness of antagonism merous as is consistent with safe con a
most crying demand I
tice ,and in fraternity. The grown the American 1C0mmonw alth'today ito is to even so simple a proposition as the struction.,. They should le as far back law abiding people and altogether
'men have made a, peep-show out of make' use of the public school buildings at in the room as possible, and to the left
him, and the patronage has'fallen off. whole child: QJJr, public and not merely educate the expanded the night al.'ctsoci.1 centers. Not a sin of the pupils. should be most delightful place to live The
.Betrayed and deserted by the custodians gle comm 'nitY as been able obtain contained between: Iron.or.steel mul-
of the spirit, 'is it any great]I Train him bulb physically at' the upper and end of hi m.' this wider and more' splendid use of lions, and rhea i dges 'should be round city is up-to-date' and. is growing
marvel that we have put sole the public school plant without buckIng ed, to permit theiHgTeBs- light and
sis upon the flesh and the emPha-1 well as mentally.! Substitute the the resistance of special privilege. its useful distribution, and fjp prevent steadily and is surrounded by
the a
playground, garden, the shop, for
this earth? Is it It is shadows falling the ,
any wonder that not so much that our masters on desks. As the
the school book. Fit him for life and
we'have made money acquisition the for action instead of for contemplation are opposed to a reform that will give best light comes from above, the win: thri g, community. We have ,,
all-important object? the poor some other place to go than: dows should extend to the ceilings. ,
and culture
for service
Instead of
Splendid men in the religious organizations ; for; work not for display superiority ." the street,.the dive, the dance-hall, the If hills or tall buildings are close to some splendid propositions to offer '
are conducting a splendid fightto saloon, for they are not yet so meanas the school prismatic or ribbed glass
qur schools, in the'great cities, are thai.. should be used in the in' timber farm truck
bring church back to the people, What they fear, what the y upper portionsof orange grove, ,
to set it again on the path of Its historic overcrowded; to an extent that forbidsnyt.hing mean to prevent if they can, is thegathejAng the windows, but not' in the lower

mission, but consideration of the like individual attention. of people,together, for such portions, as too much glare is pro and town properties. Write or call '
effort must wait upon another article. Slow pupils are herded among the gatherings inevitably tend to the discussions duced. Sliding or slat blinds should

Nor may the school, our other great quick children, and the penalty for of rights and wrongs, the nu- not be used. They are expensive and for particulars.
institution for the-congervation of the dullness I is an open humiliation that rla.atinn nf ""hill' ...nti..nt:. an" inefficient. Use double shades. no _
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burns the child like an acid. Eye and ;peedynass large that chinks of ;
spirit, escapereproach and bitter ar rt by the masses' of light cannot ente
ear troubles, adenoids:. all those ailsments They should be fastened in the
raignment. And here again, as we their strength. centerof '
take up the consideration' of our edu that debilitate and retard-are May it not be agreed, theri' in the the window and should roll up or Did ,You) Ever Stop to .
overlooked, and defectives and dullards down, so that light be
cational system, it may seem that we final summing up, that child-labor is can admitted 1
.have grappled I with a cause of child alike suffer from"the shame and theridicule not an Isolated evil; that it is not a from above or below. The curtaineshould .
labor that stands separate .and dis that attaches to "stupidity., problem to be solved, by sole consideration be light green in color. Blackboards Consider -

tinct from the others. Yet, even were the schools not overcrowded of ways and means for gettingthe absorb much light, and shouldbe .

There can. be no denial that the even were clinics operated in little ones out of the factories, covered by light curtains on dark ' *Tk t while-yen '

school a principal contributing fac I connection with every school, what mills, streets, stores, 'or by leveling days and when not in use.,, 'r May .k.-Every PrecaktioaTo. ,

tor to the child labor evil. Not an 'would be our gain We have invested furious accusations .against parents, ,
investigator nor a factory inspector millions in buildings .and only'hun church and school? The lands burned over during the Prevent Fire
but tells the same story of children dreds In men and women. The poor i Involuntary poverty underlies child terrible fires on the Idaho national forests J .,

who prefer the factory to the school! pay of teachers is an American scan- labor.just as it underlies all our na- in 1910 are now'largely, covered % ) On Your Own Premlaes

and is insistent that the 'American dal. These people, who exercise an tional ills. Involuntary poverty pro- with a thick growth of young tree' II fJ!! I s, You MaT IIave.-ar:,Meirhbor,
child is not in harmony with the present influence over the young that is equalto ceeds from the seizure of special privileges seedlings, by natural re-seeding. ,

school environment.. ,.that of parents, are victims of a by' the few at the expense of == ==..====. .- .= I \ .Or Several. Neighbors, ,
Professor the wage scale l that is below that of the the rights of the many.The '
>Nearing-of; Univer common "
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'laity of I,Pennsylvania! ", declares'thatI '!, plumber,".the'mason,'or the dogcatcher presence': ofthese' iiieq alities'in our Who Are Not so Careful ,
,' ,,\: ) : ,; ,r\ "', "If" i ,\, ,;: ,( ': J ,, premium I.THE' l h hr ,
Theschool fails the'lnteresand \ [
I ; to hold I lawsiaiidijouriliyest, 'putsjuai hk
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: ,, : .,i/IIl"f" \.J:) .jCilTI'l l .i"j" ', ; ,.. RAY STONE : : ." "A I little .park on a windy night,
attention'of,''theaverageuoyibe'caulle ;[ 'SK' 1 Acertainflxedstandard';; 'living, upon' greed.and F cruelty]and|rapacity "*" .,
' the school training has so little calling'for'an income far in'excess of and places a penalty upon the good and f % 3O7 "" 'UK*' .:. may cause great havoc

relation to the world in which the average the salaries paid, is demanded of the fine and the fraternal. Out of ::1: . errs at m mi. ii iit in its fiery flight"The
men and 'women, are called Uponto teachers, so that for the majority: it them pours an.acid that corrodes our t dayol"to
live. . Thus the school system, is a constant struggle to make both entire national life, scarring honor and 2.50. to per
with 'its defective curriculum, its imperfect ends meet. Thus, in a business that honesty and generosity, burning mother -. r Special by week or Only Safegard Against ,Loss

over-worked machinery, its demands sweetness, swmpathy, ands love and father love> and making i NN, FHURMM, hip ft.8. romR. Mgr *
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young, inexperienced teachers, and it single-mindedness we see the problemof existence a fever. i ++++I +++++++++.++++++4++++ a Policy

repressive discipline] forms in the.aggregate existence entailing asperities, irri- To continue the spirit of oligarchy I t .
an ogre from which the child t tations, and resentments Even if that dominates the letter of democracy ,

shrinks in terror and, in whom placehe these conditions were remedied, there .all our institutions are robbedof

accepts thankfully the burdens and would.still loom-frowning barrier in vitality and efficiency, so that noDOYOU Birch Mountain '



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WANT treatment of Asthma, Hay Fever, I 4

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last week, returned quest He thinks that :if Captain ,
reported in Kansas City I. i in IP ii
; II home on the 18th. They gota : II Cobb's Mainland Johnson had been'elected the work ,
Orange II I far as Tampa: and concluded that would have been done. If the Presl- .'

Orange Center was too pleasant, ,a I dent don't do something to relieve '
: i Mr. Gazette: place to leave so turned back. '1 ,There lf industry connected, with, fovJdom ere long their legislature ini j IMIIN '
'. Will you publish the enclosed copy I T. J. Harney has embarked in the the business opportunities this i, '' tendb to enter articles of impeachment"], ., 1

"of "a letter received by Mr. Bonney I I I'I tie .making business.E. .. county that but few of our..people'i, against him and no well ordered '_' ( r I 'ri fiu '
it'': from Mr. Ellis of Tabor, Iowa. 'The J,'Keen has }had a telephone installed .properly understand and that is the, !| rooster in the United States will be I (
'. representative Mr. Lucas spoken of in'' in his store. catching of fish that are'iso numerous allowed to furnish' him a wish bone, "i
t'' i, J ti, the l letter fully intended buying land I ''in our rivers and lakes. They are I then where wil] this great man Wilson Y .1. I

d t; ;' \ "in'Floridabut-through-thedirtydeai- like the sands of the sea shore; almost beT

{ J S r ; ", ings! of some one ih Kissimmee he left 1 Ii:: 'WhittierWhittier -- lieybnd'""therounttng: ;;power;.of-maths.] _Thisautocrat_ thinks_that -Presby-. L .

\, ,' the stated without buying 'and even : matics. TJJe markets which are sup-j I terians are just aa fond of ghic'keneas
I \" looking at every 'point where he was' plied by th/se who are engaged in this the Methodist preacher is reputed dl II p

\" instructed'to go.;. lie was just as like is preparing for a good business!! are never overstocked, as' the I to be.
k S Jr'- ly to have purchased, jn.Kissimmee !If lively subctaatial:: boom: The railroad demand /Jully equals the supply. A Look from Hunters' Para-' -

anywhere else, but becausq+of one man ; (!j&lortg'the property of,Madam*.;capital of six hundred.dollars. is...!)Ut j f dise. Several dears are domiciled: ..
with whom he talked, he got the idea Rumor, has at last asserted its own. that would be required'to operate on. within its sacred"portalffTand energetic o '
f, that all real estate men in Kissimmee I right to proprietorship and gracefully, You can procure' the assistance of expert I 11 hunters are in pursuit.i IDEN
1 : were at loggerheads ancfWtro; all! fight- i j approached our, doors.. The depot.has' :fishermen for two dollars per da .i' Mr. Prod Green, a fishing expert UREaee

ing Orange Center. Explanation has been J.uilt the passenger; trains in full and board. The parties thus employed j I from Rosalie, was a visitor.. atthe. sr '
t' been,made to '''Mr. Ellis that there is! I I Ir swing and' at last we. hcaf, tho shrill ''understand the wat r' from which j i''mansion on Sunday last. I Ii

S but ojne man in Kissimmee, who does whistle and' hFavy panting of the locomotive. ' the fish' are to be!drawn, and just when i lOne of the marsh goats scaled the BANK is at the disposal of our custom .
a'. these themes that we know' of. Why I )Hah! for Whittier: 1 Ouri.people and 'where .the best strikes are to be '|fence and set his foot on the tomato i THIS .

1 1, S "' he should' use these tactics I do not ;j are determined this berg,snail made; one such general director i is ,!]']plantation last week. Ala! poor goat.: ers at all(.4imesf for the transaction! of

j .i know. Your correspondent! \ : has !heard |i 110 Idngc-r remain under the shadow, enough, the other hands, are moved I| Said plantation is protected by a.high t business.Make .
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this one man say. emphatically! that he ]i jof a deserted village. There's to" be 1 1i 1.0)1' his headwprk. A single haul will \ wire fence supposed to be hog-proof any

f 'Ii never resorted to knocking any place; i a'strong pull, a hard pull and a pull often bring in. two hundred dollars'' j] chicken-proof; horse-proof dear-proo ".;'

: : f or anybody' yet here' is.-evidence absolute altogether ,to- place it on the map in i'worth of fish, and, one.'fisherman dur- etc.' etc. REX. appointments with those with
i I ., :- that he actually disgufits people r large letters with a star to its right !,I ing i the spring season- 'of about three your "

I ?., -t f with his talk, tot such an extent and center. With the prospective or-)-I(i months made a clear, profit .of overI whom you wish to confer, and, meet, here.
'f thpt they leave Florida without .buy I ange crop indicating a splendid yield I 11 nine hundred dollars, or in other words .
4 I: :', Ing when they come with the express) our truck gjirdenors busy on the futures j I' received that amount 'over and above Narcoossee, j t y

A ''Ji J q, purpose of purchasing somewhere in 1'' und ''all things else connected all expenses. After the season i is Should you wish to consult us regarding anyI]

1 t \ the state..' Like all bad diseases; I presume 'with our- good'and welfare in good : over the boats and l"a.unches'can beput Miss\ Roberta Branch of Orlando is financial or business matter, yo may depend

)I rt:t: I r that: this kind of 'men will run shape for using our transportation advantages : to other uses by their owners, and spending a'few days with her'friend upon bur reputation for strictly honoring

; their course, though" it does seem too why should we not.rejoice they can employ'their time with other Miss M.\ .M.\ Hill. confidence to the utmost degree.
t ;, bad that a place like Kissimmee should with Rex's Democratic rooster over business. The fall fishing commences :your, :
t "i;""Ii be afflicted with them. Here is the, future possibilities.Prof. in September and this is a repetitionof Mr. C. E., Alligood's new 'meat' market '
t JI letter: Morrow and Miss Lena Pierce his 'previous experience there is. nearly completed, YOU TO FEEL, '

I I r a i Tabor Iowa, Sept. 15, 1913. represent' the two wings to our school four or five hours of hard work maybe Miss Willie Gamer of St.. Cloud THAT THIS IS INDEED

I" .t' "I /: Wl: W. ..Bonney Orange Center Fla. and they, are flying'for education is during .the day, perhaps more, but spent the'weeknd:' visiting her school YOUR BANK
,I ,; 'Dear Sir: I should have written I worth. Our merchants'have partaken n lex! has discovered that the largestmen I friend In this place.

r.. you sooner but did not take the time to i of the enthusiasm and their well stocked in the county can frequently be Mr. Chas. Montsdoca has unloaded. '

f _, do so. Our Mr. Lucasreturned, from stores are abundantly supplied ,found in the fishing 'crew, where no a car of lumber for his new home. STATE BANK OF
J Florida September 1st Stayed till with the wants of our people. Mc other kind of work Can accommodatethem. Mr. Frederick W. L. Hill, of this : -

( J S his ticket run out Was at Orlando, Clelland our old.reliable has the bulk place, has returned to the Universityof

I '!1t :'. Kissimmee, Lakeland, Wauchula, of the business on his hand and appears ,-' As we sit here writing this articlewe Florida, where he will.complete his KISSIMMEE
}. Haynes City, Frost Proof and Tampa, well satisfied with his patronage' f can hear the steady thug; thug of course in.electrical engineering this '\ "

fc I ... and did not go to Orange; Center be't' The other;>> business houses are doing the launches drawing in the seines. year. Capital $50.000.00Surplus .
) t' cause a real estate man at Kissimmee moderately well but the old standbyis Kissimmee is the home market and H. E. liedrick has repaired the dam- '

: told him he had better stay away from well remembered.Miss '. the fish ar epurchased there from the age done by lightning some time ago 30000.00 Depositor' Security 130000.00, .
: tQ' there, thatthe Mungers had left there Lena Pierce, Mr. Ray Morrow fishermen and shipped to the several to St. Peter's church. Officers. and Director '

,1' i and that .Orange Center did not I Miss Bessie! Guy, Les and Tilburn.God-:, ports, thus under the surface waters Miss Emma Tison has returned to C., A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE, Vice Pr sL
'l\ "' amount to anything and that they win, and Miss Aimer Drawdy were on of the lakes and rivers of Osceola St. Petersburg, where she 'is attending M. KATZ. 2nd Vice Prest nee
j I, 'were set of skinners. the streets Sunday. school.f '
; a Of course he county are mines of wealth which by: ROMA THOMAS. Assistant Cashier
\! I believed them and did not call there. I Several l of our belles and "beauxvattended :- industry and perseverance 'a few o j Mrs. Bert Gessford, of 5t. Cloud I ..

l t am very sorry for I urged him to go services at Bull. Creek duringMr. our people are securing; wealth. There I visited Mrs. S. E. Waters Wednesday.
1 .f i to Florida and especially to Orange Graw's last appointment. Among is no excuse for the' man who stands I I Wm. Montsdoca, having sold his. A

\ ; p Center because the inducements and those in attendance' from Whittierwere around with his hands in his pockets beautiful home to Cincinnati people,

I 'r: proposition, seemed to strike me more Mrs. and Miss Thomas, Mr. Jack' waiting for an easy job to come to his expects to build again soon. ,
t i\\ 1 favorably than anything in Florida Hunter, Marion Johns, Ray Morrow,' door he who seeketh findeth and he' Mr. J. C. Tison spent Sunday Kis- omiesir

j '}'I' : that I had seen. "lie did not buy anything W. G. McClelland Gifford Thomas, who findeth can have a sufficiency of j simmee. .
." ; down' there at all. Now, if Misses Lena Pierce Mattie Baisden. this world's goods to satisfy the in hfr and Mrs. G. F. Kribbs returned

y 1, y there is a four months rate put on the and Ruth Harris.A ner and outer man. a visit to Mr. Dlckinlon'.'at Lake I ; '

tt, i :G '' first of October, ,I am coming down surveying. party consisting of Al 1 An -estimate of the length of time Helen Florida.D. R." S. F L0YD
and I would like to see the real estate Hurst, Geo. Baisden and Jim Anderson required to 'mature the ever bearing E. Proper is doing some painting
i 4 duck choke me off pla I are' preparing lots for occupation. at Hotel and -
I' j my s. think lemon and lime tree can be found by Runnymede cottage. ce
from what Lucas Miss May Padgett and Marion Johns Mr.\ C.-E. .
)i, says, that there is the following positive and undeniablefact Denig returned from a
r quitfia rivalry between the real estate were made one and the same on, Sun related business trip to Kissimmee Tuesday.H. .
# as by the lady herselfMrs
: w ,, men .Kissimmee toward Orange day, the 31st ult. This was the resultof 1'?';. Hedrick' has the contract to
Cobb Grocer .
planted the seed from'whichthe ...
,1, I /"Center, I see by the,Kissimmee Gazette a long and skillfull} chase in Hunt- trees have about three make a large addition to Mr. J. C. TI-I GElC
that the Aboard of trade is after er's'Paradise; other results .may be son's house.
of, them inside I
years ago, some of an'
I l them. I would be glad ,to hear from looked for ere many months. inclosed yard and outside where The postoffice and store of F. W.
,/ you. Please send me tHe Orange Center Julian Montsdoca'J.' H. Baisden andC. some Hill was broken Into Friday night but
the cattle range; both sets of trees are Get our prices
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.. Monthly. Wishing- K. 'Thomas visited city recently the
: .I you success, your now bearing fruit, though no particular evidently ,theivei were frightened liB

'.tt, ,It' , I am respectfully, the first named gentleman awaybefore they could take anything. -
w <, 1:rr: ,"\ .' ..\,,' 't.'!Y, "1 1/1' (Signed' ) -, S. J/;'ELLIS', carrying'the party in his'' auto, ;j' since attention the trees has were beengiven 'Those them Mrs C'E.\'DenlgJs, "spending a fewdays'ln' } : .,:, : ; GRAIN FEED GJ 1
S planted. / \ .
JiM ' i ', '' 1' \ ..
has ,
been' invalid ,
1 Mrs.iJ.L,1Baladen an. Klssl'mr e. ''N( ;,:" ,' .'.1 i.!; ( ;
'f f R't Jdr, _W-?A.'S- sacs' is'atl'iikela'nlj( t f 1 i' I for some time,' but'had'' considerably outside the'l id are surrounded at'thbasby e rJX DrjyioltJof I y Kissimmee| |;i [preach, ,'; \ ,': : ,": ,'' ,,". ; ;' ., ()
1 AnI
> rwhilthoseVineld( \ .
hard 'turf i ; : "
doing a big piece'of work ; I\H't\ : > "
1 at his trade improved when last heard from: in the school houseFriday night.??Everybody -' '' ;' \' , t ,a'\:." )
of plastering. He says .there is lots Mr. Grant Bass has built him a fine have been kept more or less clear of come;, ; Not
of work ahead of him. grass. There appears to be little'ifany
bungolow, and that gentleman and his The Narcoossee Lumber Co. shipped
; Mr. Stokes sold a thousand bales wife and that fine baby of theirs are I perceptible difference in their ,carload of slabs to St. Cloud "
of hay in Orlando last week. now residing there. Grant has growth; all ate fine, healthy- lookirfg
many Tuesday. I Pat
I I Mr. .Ansley, of McLain's ,Siding, is friends who wish him and his familwell Y trees Rex may be denominated a A special car of people are expected 4 TRAINS
I c , 'confined to his,bed with sickness. booster but- he 'uses both eyes anears d to' arrive from Cincinnati Wednesday FROM THE WEST ,4 'JOJ
Mr. Matheson and and assertions are made ) I :
. ", family moved into Bungalows are about to become a con night. ;Offic,
i' their new home in Sec. .34 this week. Whittier fad. Julian Montsdoca, the cerning things that will bear the closest -.. V. M. Hill .
t ,f expects to spend the winter I ,CitiKls '
,Mr.-and Mrs.. Nethercott, whom irrepressible Is investigation and bear out his I
i r i r we having one erected and in N arcoossee. j ATLANTIC, COAST LINE .
and often beyond the
I expects to. have it ready for occupa go The young people of this place have' -
tion in time for the Whittier' description given. _
jubilee. started a singing school. Mr. S. E. Lout '
I ; .. .. RUBMYTISMWill Mr. Harris Simmons, from-that sec Tomato planting about completed, Waters is the instructor I Lato

". I cure.your Rheumatism, tion of Bull creek where the railroadreign'eth 1 1said thousand to be plants in the, neighborhood can't 'vouch of ten Mr. Littlewho recently bought the "Dixie Flyer" "Se inole Limited .n.rtdM..
was a visitor yesterday for accuracy Fred-Woodham grove i is improving his
Neuralgia Headaches, Cramps, ''We have a meat market> recently established in calculating; number; Rex: property extensively. /"South
r Colic Sprains,) Bruises, Cuts and J. Story proprietor also didn't count; after-the plantation has Atlantic Limited""Montgomery
; a Religious services will be
s held fh .
Burns, Old Soros. Stings of Insects been divided into building lots ...
soda water fountain expectto
both well
patron the school house UMnml
t, 'k l EtcAntisepti ,,Anodyne,used iof{ I ized. have a good 'sized tomato patch for Sunday as follows: l
1 i k t ternally and,externally. Price 25c.A. Travelers' each. > Sunday school at, 10 a. m:, preaching I Route"Through CJaaun
Rest is celled
I being and at 11 a. m. and 2 p. m" Rev. Guy will 11-K(
Autumn has in'early
papered set or a fair
+ J Mr. and Mrs. Smoak, new arrivals, specimen' said 'season has. The fill,the business pulpit. i ?s I'I'At Pullman- Cart from Chicago. St. Louis, Cincinnati IoJi J apoli LniaI, '-
a meeting ol l tie
} .. are at present residing in our town. fuss that the poets make about the it was decided t change Sunday'school the rule, Nashville. Atlanta and Birmingham to Jacksonville.) ,, ;7:. AJATJ

If YouHesitate Broadway Palmetto Ave and London gentle zephyrs sighing'mournfully] hour of Sunday school from 3 >m..I DINING CAR .
Terrace are being done in regular among the trees can be heard: We p. < SERVICE.. "
to 10 I
a. m., and elected Mr. O. E.I 1 1t
to Have city style. Our: people great lastI have thus far failed to' witness the Mitzel treasurer fill the For: information or reservations. call on i i'

I aroused, old sluggish habits are to be hard times that were to have followedthe caused by Mr. Kenneth vacancy W. C. GILBERT Ticket Agent Kiuimmec i j Offic
: Tison resign
Your. Shoes thrown" off, and our respect for the Democratic success unless the severe ed. A. W. Fritot, D. P. A., J. G. Kirkland, D: P. A. i ClWi

Valley Gazette and its- loyal.,editorcauses drought in the W st .could hare Jacksonville. Tampa. ,
Repaired us to desire that our county'sofficial been! caused by our Presbyterian P;,eai- M
organ -should be first to an I dent, perhaps a water loving Baptist

,? On account of looks, you nounce this change to the public. 'I I would have done better. What results ,

don't know', the kind of repairing In our next will tell you somethingmore the tariff revision may create is a e R

we do. We prom about Rex's Democratic rooster. I thing of the future. 'The South has :
r ise in advance "M" always been in favor of a tariff for
to make yoUr ---
t revenue only, and certainly did seem ..
} ' old shoes look almost as Washington stands first in lumber a little unfair that our manufacturing TO MAKE FARMING EASY

good as new- and at a very production, Louisiana second. establishments should receive such ,
; ''d r remarkable cost. Unless I almost unlimited b te.ction. As thr ,* ., ', l

r a ' a you have all kinds, of good I,I 'is plenty to write about however with* ,. '. v ..... '

shoe to throw out "discussing politics will drop the You should have the \ Frat
s' ,+ YOU money SHOULD away ThoroughbredDurocst. ,I,subject : ,, proper tools < .

'. J ,j Our mainland is naturally) dry and tb work with; "Ross Graves \
MAKE THE'.OLD. ONES LAST : < l I[so far as its political complexion is \;\rf;! tJ.

AS LONG AS POSSIBLE ,f I concerned Rex will say that he has not Hardware Store" '" ,
I'have tasted a dram in over a-fnohth. can supply you ':, f/-.t/ !
I four pair fine .
Let \ pigs, weeks .
'show ,
;t ). us you how we old, weaned and ready to ship which,, Sampson slew the lion, David killed with ",, .j'i>tA '. ,
k make old shoe look like I .will :sell for $10 a pair f. o. b. Taft; Gotiah, but, the, main point 'of discussion I/O .everything you.. 'that. >: ; -

is ..' _. Dew ones. also- I brood sow 1 :year old and 2 at present is who ate the l le'at rock bottom' prices. ',"% **; *"" ,
boars 3 months old
. ,-will sell] the sow
", WitzSHOE for $25 and the .boars for $10 each. Our 'Democra f rooster is among v << v ** : ..
\ ,- These hogs are thoroughbred Durocs, the fault-finders. He understood,,that ,
REPAIRING and are in best condition. Write or President Wilson would immediatelyput l '!'
Ross Graves
1 and HARNESS WORK call on .." his tadpole and minnow plantation Hardware Store
t' ..1 r Just back of Citizens Bank on in-a'condition,' for foot and bill culti-

r Darlington. . . avenue.. DANN PRESCOTT vation thus far '
'! # IJ I 4 ; the President has :f. f sJUI
J8-4tpd Taft, Fla..I'I' failed; to comply with this modest 're-, 'f'II
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-. .GAZETTE. I' JTT J//', ..
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and, ; ....y known. to' m. to tb. perlOn.. TieR. .... I .. + ." ..:' ." .. :
r&eon'Xla.bnm. Notice Is hereby clven 'that 'the anderstrned I de.crlb.eI In .nd wbo penoll. : .
Intend to Sipply to the .GOT. for.coID" artlcl.. .x.cuted tb. ;( .
ernor of the 0tate! of Florida, on Tuesday I upon b.ln.. dUly .ot..Incorpor.tlon alld Notlc. I. . Y.
..I October 7th. Kit.' for letters paten acknowl.dg.d b.tor..r.lIy .worD'th.y .I.-ned will' LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY : .
on the followlna; proposed charterC. ,- th.r.o' 'or the m. the .xecutlon th. 8tat. ot I
;or; FloridiIS A. CARBON, In .xpr..d, uf" .nd purpoae. tb.r.. Octob.r. A-I>. : AT LAWSPECIALIZING

J. M. CARSON.C. Incorporatln. < .
A. CARBON JTU, September 1. l iSeall : PANY* under ..1 I '_____ .
( a copy or : IN'
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M. D. Not.ry PUbllo, State
CHAHTKR OP1'CARSO1' ot otnce .
!: at o. the & -- ". ,
CATTLB; COMPA N Y.'ARTICL.H" ... My comml..lon, .0.. LaIf"! State o. \ .. :: :
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or Oscwols, PbarmaeyRaildenc The name of this corporation shal COUNTY.OIl'011' FL RID\A.\ ) PROPOSED 011' .. :' AND

., Its 'place of business shall bIn .On thla d.y p. nally JPpeared b._ ....h. :
Jomoe_ ,! : _. . ef KJesltnmee. Osgyoli ;: tllem.'ea TITLE WORK t
prlnclffi' ..- -...I't".. branch oJn 0'" :t. II.e d tJ ::rI. d toment. b.comlnl: .
In the State ot ..'3; 11.. .. t1 "
In or places C.raoD. naOyOt' .. .- -TAT. .ANK'.LD"- f
NN Florida and otherplaces In the : : .on. I.
: :1
tbt '
States or In foreign the The: name of
[ PHYSICIAN Directors rnay determine.' .'ot Incorpo I ...;tore..olftIn be JCfBSIMMEB . ...ii.........
- -- IUpOIl be'n -
ARTICLE) JI. 41uly .worn &cleno I p.lncipal of lie. .
1 Floor Willson BaQdlnK.IU "The 'ceneralnature ot tbe buslnes. : -r.u $ ::: .tL In, : .
I to be transacted by" "sald corporation :. : .... .h in State of .
.. EtSSIHMCB. shall be to buy, sell, manace, lease am I, 1111.r ... ,
.. d.v.lopl.nd.. and conduct a- renera (fil8eptember. ROHATH0M.A.8 the'a State >r of b. . .0. .. . '. . .., . . . .....
real estate business' and to buy and ,
omml"lon Stat. '
r. .xplr.. LBd Co
., a.ll lands on Its own account and 01commission 5 Marcb It. lU.NOT.rlll branches, ". THEManhattan'
In T. L1GHTSEYSPATHIC ; to build on. cwn, Iro pro"e, may be n.oe.... II.
t and develop lands owned by this corporation : '
FOR U ..i. CA"-OII" ; '
to manufacture lumber tlmber. "OR to'
; TAX <
PHYSICIAN naval stores, cross-ties, turpentlntimber .. .,.. VI'IDER IECTION .,. AI'ID' or gen.r.l '
and to lease, hire, GICNERAL ITATUTES .
products own or Hotel
sldenc Phone 274 and act as broker factor or arents lithe THill .TATIII 011' FLORIDA... Company To I. .. : .. I ;:

Office Phone 98 purchase sale, manufacture am Notice ber.b' .cqulr. of I .
of real property and I. Cj..n th.t "'I.e, own. bold ::; '
disposition products EDGAR
"d4 thereof and commodities, coodi. M'tA'CON .BUfI, purchaaer of Tax CerUII_ chan... Ie.... Special Attention, to :
KiiBimmee Fla and merchandise of kind 101 .nd 711. d.ted the trade and .
: Bld'g wares every o. bll da .
including naval stores. blacksmith. uly, .A. D. Ul1, h.. nlell ..Id erun property, the Traveling Public .
and cooper's tools and Implements ..nd eete. In my otnc.. .nd h.. To survey.: : : : "
W. SIMPSON saw mill tools and Implements of .U c.tlon tor. tax deed to I..u. In aoo'.d: and. develop --
.nc. with I..w, or otherwl... .JIIst across ilie from
sorts: to operate and conduct saw mllliplaning Said c..rtlftcate. embrace ( square |
and all .business Inclden the 'ollowln de.crlb..d all things .
mills prop..rty A. C. L. DepotKISSIMMEE
DENTIST thereto to buy, raise and sell cattl< In Oec.ola Coun.ty Flortd ; to improvement .
and live stock of all kinds; to purchase wltl' Certlftcate No. 1014 oot III 0" th; meoresl< FLA. :;
tairt in Katl'BII114IDjt. deal In beef and beef products; Semlnol. Land'" In.e.t..ent Comp.ny'. Tp build *n<1 f ,
hold and sell lands for pastur Subdlvl.lon fOr All e"ce.t E% of other buildings,
12 to own. %
l' & m. 0 >
a.d 8% o. SE .nd ll .
Jt8: range; to own, operate, lease % of fleqtlonU TownrhlP 'P !! / ,
r I:30to5:30.. m. rrc use ea d maintain I docks, wharveielevators : 1.8 80uth. Ranc. .0 J a.L Th. ..Id To bUT seJI
n. No.- 18 Jun fi. Irrr presses: tanks and storag. belnw ...e..d .t ,the date o. I.. .tore. carry '
facilities of every kind and to receive .uanc. o. .uch certWI..t. In the n.m. .ood..,
profits and tolls therefrom; to bay DLo. W. L. .cobu'l C.p\lftcat. No 711 .nd .upplJe..
*.. W. CARSON! ell.. handle for Its own account or 01commlssloni to .. nJock 115 SL The aal4 To '
turpentine rosin and .n Lot b.lng ...'.. d atTthVdaie of I own. :
DENTIST. kinds of naval stores, timber, and agrl- .u.n of iuch! ;frtlfl*.t. n the nan?. Ing vessels, THE HOME BAKERY
cultural products; to operate stills an< ot w. J .... ...Id c..rtl1lca.t.. boats and other
machinery for the manufacture of naval .ball be .. ordlnlr to law be used In .
Cole'' Store of tax deed wlI.! 1.811. t.'Breon' Itli merce and
over Jewelry stores products every descrlptlon on tb. ;
; to erect and maintain tank and day of Octob..r, A. D.' Jl18, and operate, e-
>ffice Houn: 8-18 1-5 warehouses for- the storage of navatores WITNESS MT HAND AND OFFICIA.L warehouses "
1 Office phone )58Residence" and cotton and other producti SEAL AT / *" CITY, FLORIDA. tlon with such Now ;.
23 and to Issue storage or warehouse recelpts thl. 5th day o September. A. D. mi., .To pur.u. Broad.
against, the same; to compound 3. L. OVERSTREET. ne..e.. .nO to el 1'S' ,
niniitered for extraction of teetl'G.E. an buy, sell and deal In barrels, headings. *" Oseeola County Florid.HBRirF" .. other powers : ol
staves, stills, supplies and materlaliof expedient or wat
.. PARKER similar kinds to buy sell and dea SALE.i.U.n2r with. *r In '
In groceries, dry goods, hardware am 5 illnTlS' h.r>
all kinds of merchandise: ; to build, buy an
DENTISTJTJCE .ell, lease, manage,, own,, control hire, out! of and under the Beal o* the, this character .
OVER OSCEOLA PHARMACY charter or operate vessels, tramways. Circuit Court In and for Osceola Coin. erclse, and J to I "

railways, bridges, lighters, engine* & 8eventh I"101,1 Circuit of the 8U. businesses or J. H. REED .: :
i Hour: 8:W to 12:00 Noon car* or other vehicles or means oltransportation Florida 18th October. litO. In either alone or : *. Prop.

1:00: to 6:00 P.'.M. 'o.t tnt : : t ot property : ? c..rtaln ?.? wherein .Asellno M. It Is the .. .
or manufactured *
held SiTlW "d,9w n-N. .Campbell an and powers .. ,
by aald company or other persons H. Savage I* defend tained In this '
II. S. GEIGER or corporation In connection with ant. I have leved on and will on Won. where ) -
the business >of this company, but not day. October I. 1(11. the sam being: i. agraph be now
PHYSICIAN' AND .CKCIBO1ICitizeni to use said ntrans of transportation foitbe >*al Sale* Day. and during the lewal by reference to
Bank Building purpose of doing the business of hour, of .ale. offer for aale. at Court terms of any : :
common carrier; to raise, produce, buy, House door In Klsslmmee, Florida. anel < any other ] ; : M. TILLER :
EJsslmmee, Florid ell. exchange and deal In trees, plantsshrubs to the highest bidder. for< but that the _
cereals and any and all kind). 'following real estate. lying. and belni( fied In each of '
|nei: Office 297 or Msidenee of vegetable products and citrus fruits.. In Osceola County Florida, to-wlt: The graph shall be Real Estate Agency.

266. 1..171'.W fruit trees, hay and grain and to doa "".. .naif undivided Interest of the ..Id objects and .
general nursery business; to construct W. H. Ravage. .In and to- the 8WU of This charter ..........._._----*
erect operate and maintain SEK of Section 14. Township. 10. South time to time 01 ..
house or packing houses and ot HanKe *4 Eaetj, the'' undivided .
packing on.half or hereafter Realty bought and sold. '
j VAX*AQNCW C"ANS canning factory for fruits, meats and Interest of the aald W. H. Savage. ? }

AGNEW vegetables of all kinds, to PrOdUCe. buy ll and * the Nw>" of-NWV of Sectloi The amounnt : < Houses rented .1;,
A CRAWFORDATTORNEYSATLAW or otherwise acquire and 11. Township U. South of Range It: authorised shall .,. ,Taxes and 'Titles -
wise dispose of- the products of suet Eut: .11 of the 8W% of NV{%. SE" o. sand Dollars, .' paid verified ;
packing or canning factory or factories SW%. 8W% ot 8E" '0' Sec. dred and Fifty for non-residents. ,j JL
- packing 'house or packlni tlon 11. Township U. South of Rangi. of One Accident
CltUeni'oa.nk houses; to ubscrlbe for purchase, receive 11 East: the 8W% of NW14 of Section Any part or Fire, Life. and Inj j; ;

OffloeeiS4M Bnlldlsglissimrnee own. hold for Investment 01otherwise 14, Township Zt, South of Ranire IIEast. "*' b. p.yabl. i surance. ;
Florida sell and dispose of and make and the *W" of 8W<4 of Sectloi erty labor .
advancements upon stocks, shares. 6. Township 29. South of Range 14 Bast, tlon to be fixed Indemnity Bonds. )
bonds, securetlea or obligations of or mo much thereof a* hall be necesary by the directors ,I
D. GEIGER. other corporations whatsoever wherever to satisfy the said executloi such .COOOOOOQ o.OOO..O.+. .
; ,
located originated or engaged In amounting to principal. Interest am Incorporate
or pursuing any one or more kinds o. costs In the sum of*. and tbi of such or >
Indicate further um of "15.00 Interest slnciW .
business, purposes or objects
In the absence
ATTORNEYiAT-LAW herein I or owning or holding any property .am.. ** aued> m.klng the sum 01. '
.. of any kind mentioned herein o; ..'.14...' upon with BULLOCK
Ace State Bank Building any corporation owning or holdtn( 1* H. INGUIAM' Ing capital stock the S. "
stocks or obligations of any such corporatlon Sheriff of Osceola County, Florida .
Klgslmmee. FlondiQEO.F. and. while the owners or Jones & Jones, for at such time :::: : : .

holder of any stocks, bonds or obit Plaintiffs' Attorneys.. 17-S terms and .
[ PARKER' gatlons, to exercise all the rightspowers be Increased may .. REAL 'ESTATE '.

'and privileges .or ownershl ORDER FOR PUBLICATION the\ amount ;
all and
thereof and to >xerclss .ny vided by law.
. Attorney-at-Law. voting powers thereof; to sell mortgage IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OK THE) ",B.nD.CUL 1'f INSURANCE
sub-ltt pledge, hire, lease or 11HCUIT Of FLORIDA, The :
Collection and ConveyancingSpecialtiei. convey the property of this corporatloor IN.' AND FOR OSCEOLA COVN.TV sion by Its &. .
any part thereof at will and to Invest | IN CHANCERY.M. ly and Is to
.. .
the proceeds at pleasure and In examination of Titles a
such manner as may be determined by O.'WARING AND 'W. D. EDWARDS. The business
|ll Broadway. > the by-laws; to conduct any part oit C..I..t..- be conducted by '
business and to have offices am president. Specialty.Corresoondence
agencies. and to employ officers am THOMAS W. PALMER. ... allrlalealBg _...... retary and a .. i .
F. KR1BBS agents at such places In this State another ... ta ereet eider tbe. eaUTfceetas directors . I
G States or foreign countries a. W. P.I._. er eitberwleet. m4Jl three nor more .Soll lted.
ATTORNEY LAW 'KisaiMMEE;:FLA. may be requisite or. necessary for th. ether. pereeae eleJaalBB aa tate-reei. the number of 0'1; 1
| AT ,- carrying on of said business or furtherIng !. the. preperty !. this. Bill tfeecrlbedlitttmimmtm. the .. .
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the needs of said corporation, salenweitelly time to time. !
Examination of Titles a Specialy ti hx -lrinlii".l! In HIM II''iscretlon It appearing by affidavit appended hold two or .'.

Notification and payment bf taxes oinonresident and judgment of the Board ot. to the Bill of Complaint lied In above the president .
. careful Directors; to receive payment for flapltal stated cause that: Thomas W. PalmeiIs not be the same
jriven stock subscribed for la money or
a non-resident o fthe State of Flor. The C.W. GRIFFIN
- attention., In property, labor or services at a, jus Ida whose residence Is unknown and be the officers ,
valuation therefor In the. discretion or that there are other person.* Interested of the company ., ..
Pat Josnston G. P. Garret judgment of the Board of plrectora what.oever ; In the property.described In the Bill ol shall be elected. '.'
contracts of any kinds and .
Complaint filed In this cause. and th.tthe officers of said '
Its -
TOUNSTON A GARRETT for the furtherance' of purposes names of such other. persons so Interested D.
or business, Including agreement to ihe Complain net A.
are unknown
f *J
Attorneys: at Law or contracts between the said other cypo corporatlons ants, and that relief Is prayed In the Harry A. : 'd

I'Offices 10, 11 A 12 ration and liAfcny'of Individuals the .lines:or !' busl said- Bill of Complaint r"IT .t' such 11. W. GROCERIESFree
unknown defendants. J. D. Clark
Citiiena Bank BldgKiasimmee ., ness of this corporatloni'to: do any,and- IS THEREFORE ORDERED that and the _

, Florida. all things that are or rosy be necesary fur.- Thomas W. Palmer, and all persons ilton. Harry A. .
tar the
or proptr-lo be done ,
claiming an Interests under the maid jon, J. D. Clark.
, thersnce of the p.urpost* of this corporation Thomas W. Palmer '* otherwise, and L Lesley and ., Delivery,to all Parts
or for .oartylnir: Jnto effect the claiming' Interest :
all other an The annual
tOUI O. MASBBV T. rlCTON WAB1X persons : : :: ::
Late Connael for Judse ef tbe.rierida powers In the following described property holders shall oftbe. l.'fty
R. R. Conua. CrlmUal Court ARTICLE the situate In the County of-Oeteola. and Wednesday-
The capital stock Hf corpora State of Florida te-wlt: beginning with .
& WARLOW tlon shall be Two Huad :d Fifty Thou The Northeast quarter of Section 1, meeting the : .
-- MASSEY and and 00-100 Del Ian. 'to be divide! In Township Zt Range II East. and the officers .
COUNSELLOS Into Two Thousand Fives Hundred do appear to the Complainants' Bill of be elected by - ..
ATTORNEYS AND shares the value of One, Hun
pf par Complaint herein Died on or before tbe practicable
AT LAW tired Dollars each/ which said C&li1t.1 Rule Day In November, A. D. 181.. to- holders' A popular", trusting. place?
Prattle In all the Coarts'of the "tate' and oftlte ktock may be paid for In cash or in wit: the Ird flax of November else tbe H
United State alko twlore the Florida Rail. property Inbor or services at a jus said Bill will be taken as confessed. Said ; A.
roed CommlMton, and the lateretateOemmlesloa. C valuation To be fixed by the Directors IT 18 FURTHER ORDERED that propriate seal
of the company at a meeting called .or this order be published once a wtek for the ;

11-14 BLDG.ANDRE ORLANDO. 1 that, purpose. for twelve (12) consecutive weeks In i Inconsistent
; iv. .
1 Die Klsslmmee Valley Gazette. a newspaper poration and
yr The term for which this 'Corporationhall published In said Osceola(County }Florida which .
exist shall be perpetual. of general circulation In said County. j' ed or repealed
". \ JOHNSON, '. ARTICLE-. WITNESS. James W. Perkins. Judge tors as may be "
The officers of this corporation shal of said Circuit Court and my name as La..... of
be a President a Vice-President a Clerk thereof and the official seal of
1" ATTORNEY/AND COUNSELLOR AT .Law Secretary a Treasurer, and a Board of : laid Court. this 30th day of July. A. D. The hlghe.t'
not less than three nor more than nine ,
,,' Will Practice all Courts UII. or liability'to.
; in Directors.. The offices of Secretary. "' (8..aI1. J. L. OVER8TREET, (ran at any time .:
State and Federal Treasurer may be held Jt>y one and Clerk of Circuit Court. Twenty-five

; Office adjoining 'Broadway the same person. The Board of Directors O. F.- KRI6B8. 00). ,
of shall be selected at the annual Solicitor for Complainants. .
1'1 Citrfent Bank KissimmecTiURRY stockholders meeting to be held In the 1'-llt The names .,

) City of Klsnlminee, Osceola County icrlblng
Florida, on the third Monday In Janu- JS'OTICK OF ADlIIll'n'J'RpriR Ihe number of .
S. KING try'of each year,beginning in the yerUritll For Final UlfrlmiKt-f J} capital stock : : '
19 are as fallows: .
..,LY..L ARCHITECT the first annuel meeting of abovementioned the I.V TIIK COt'lIT OF COUNTY .n1D E Harry A. .....
stockholders, and until the offices of
neapolis, Minn..
Orlando, Florida. are elected and qualified at OSCEOLA COUNTY. STATE Arthur E. ,

Room 1CWatkini the first election the officers of the OF FLORIDA. 'r'/t shares. 'Our' meat, market, beeana* ao
shall be: C. A. Carson
corporation P. A. Vans .
Block 40-3mp President: J. M. Carson Vice-President; .IB re Enisle of William 8. Chaadler..Notice 5! dhares.' I I many arrange fer'their neeta
t .. '. C. A. Carson Jr.. Secretary & Treasurer: '. 'Is'hereby ''given to all whom E. L Lesley. I
and C. A. Carson J. M. Carson, and C. A It !man concern; that on the 6th day of .'hares.E. ... beret.
Carson; Jr., and 'Elisabeth B. Carson January. A. D. 1\114.\ I shall apply to O. Vans SlI
Directors. The stockholders shall meet the Honorable T.'M .Murphy.i Judge oftald 2 t sharps.M. .
H. JENKINS In th. Cltyof Kluslmmpe, Osceola County. Court as Judge of. Probate for Kati ; -
Florida at the office of this corporation ny Onal discharge as Administrator Jno. M. Lee,,} : I
on Saturday- October .5th, o. th. estate of'William B.. Chandler, ihares, .
SURVEYOR' Uti.I for the purpose of adopting- by- leceasedtand: /that at the ..m. time I C. A. Carson, .
law. .and completing the organisationof.thl. vlll present to said Court ray Jnal acounts .ihares. Wf will be pieced to arrange i
Administrator of said estate :
corpo t as John D. .
.. Fraternity Hall KisBimmee, 'Fla.n CLE Vr.'Th. of'indebtedness .ind ask for their U. AD.approval.. lU'. .ihares.R. < with'you iorlhe best cuts
highest amount D.ted, lune W. M '
..( shall at any. W. W. CHANDLER. I{
to which thl corporation 5-shares.Harry of meat eithervby phone or: at
HunSred Administrator. I ,
time subject Itself shall be Five 4-1' mo e mo Vf. .
Thousand Hollars (1500.000.00). i 10 shares.W. ( .
counter. This is

., I The names of and thl residences* corporation of the to-Incorporators IN COURT; OF THE COUNTY JUDGB ihares.. ( for meat for .those who

rether with the amount of stock subicrlbed STATE 'or''FLORIDAOSCEOLA IN WITNESS u<
J. W. Thompson. for by each, are a* follows: hereunto set our are particular{ about the ki 1dthey'

,. : C,. A. Carson. Klsilmroee, Florida, --I leptember A. D. .. ,
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LBWlB B. COH.OON.' eat ; ,
I. Estate: ef "
7It tr"arson Florida, '
: Jacksonville. T. sill. ! !fif
) l0abA.rcarson.Vr., Klsslmraee. Florida, "... all ermmm kvlB. CtalsM.*> euads B. '"
FUNERAL PlRECTOld tomtminYou. '
750[ share. '. .gajavt s ld B.
/ Bllsabeth B. Canon Klsslromee.Jit and each fIt you. are .hereby notl- M. ?
fI.d and required to present any claims Jno: '
d Florid.. 5
\P . C. ., CARIION. "- and demands srUch yon or either C. f RULLBASS MARKET
M. CARSON, may bay* against the estate John .
UCENSED EHBALMER I I a CAR8ON.. ; lAwl. H. Cokoon, _ased. late ot Ofpola -. R. .
Florida. to tba under.gnsd.
B. CARSON. County. .
.ELIZABETH' -, Executrix of said estate, within 'W. ORDIA BASS : f .,:
tbs date hereof.K. .
PTATB OF FLORIDA' ) two years from.. OF ./*. ... /
D.t.d .1al, 10th, .A. D. ;
A. ,
Stewart Are. COUNTY OF MRS. S. ACOHOON.. } Huaager Jk-,r '. ,
Store and Chapel, ore On me.thjs' an day officer" personally duly authorised appeared be-to G. KRI&B8, Kxeentrlt Mltg COUNTY OF ;; '. . e '. < i
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A." .dmlnlster oath and take acknowledg- Attorney, ,.. '. ' .; \
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;"J\ '., in circulation I 'am no tomato can dollar, -not I. This town is only my adopted home, but :I like

t 'f ;,: (.' .' >, it and hope to remain: permanently.l When I came out of the mint 1 Iwas, adopted into a to\Vn'like this in

:f.l U"t.' : ';, -" ., another state. But, after, a 'time, I was sent' off''to .a ,big city, many, miles away. I turned up in a MAIL

r ; ::' - ORDER HOUSE. For several years- I ,stayed in that city: Millionaires bought: cigars with me. I

; didn't like that, for I I believe in the plain people.. Finally, a traveling man brought me to this town and left

, :t. };j :" i" t me here. I was so glad to get back to a, smaller town that I determined, to make a desperate effort, to stay.

' j .\ One day a citizen of this town was about to send me back to that big' city. I caught him looking over

\ i I a. mail order catalogue. Suddenly, I found my voice and said to himhe was a dentist, by the way': '

t t. ;; I. :'' "Look here, if you'll let me stay in this town I'll circulate around and do you lots of good.. You, buy a

; :f r; big beefsteak with me, and the butcher will buy groceries, and the grocer will buy hardware,, and the hard-

t L t ware man will pay his doctor's bill with me, and the doctor will spend me with a farmer for oats to feed his

t :5-, horse with, and the farmer will, buy some fresh meat from the butcher, and the butcher will come around to

: ; J r you and get 'his tooth mended. In the long run, as you see, I'll be more useful: : to you here at-home than if

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, \: ;: : :,' ::' Doc said it was a mighty stiff argument. ,He hadn't looked at it in that light before, so he went

a .:' ::'l., "'I' ,1 ,r and bought the beef steak, and I began to circulate i around home.again.:- Now, just suppose all ,the other dollars -

:, t ". ', ,f i l that are sent to Chicago some other big city were kept circulating- right,here at home you could :see.

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102 Broadway ( '
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I' li T ;; ,, G. B. Poe. Prop. \ Pool and Billiard Parlor' . Up-to-date Cash Grocery CITIZENS BANK, 0, KISSIMMEE,
; ..'' r t.&; .I., ,.., Across from A.'C. L. Station ,.. 14' Broadway Broadwa. and Midland : Kissimmee;,Fla.'
i. ; .' : "''",';' fr"'" " Sfi-' ,. '. ?, !Ifi- ",," , !Ii !f;'_" ---v.
'b'" M- COMPANY .
''I! DANN'S *
.' :'" ,, "YjI'' %\':,> Dry Goods, Clashing and Shoes I, ... \::- ' Bicycles for Sale and'' Rent, Expert Dry Good,Clothing DEPARTMENT,Shoes Furnishings STORE
l \ ,:' Furnishings anq NotionsW. Repairing
,105 Broadway '
" .., 5 and 10 Store .
t :.. . ,1 'I.' $ -ifiKISS1MMEE '--fi--!: $ "
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9'I ; Everything for the Home.J. COMPANY Grocers
\ I.t'. E. Rash,
{ Manager. 6
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.. .:,' n G. HANKINS HUNTER LAND CO. I Hardware, Callery Boat Supplies -
; , Adding Machine*and Typewriters Real 'Estate"r'1 and Macl aery. '
t'1-" ( !fi- $- -

SHOES: ,. '. J. W. PRENTIS '
. '" 106 Broadway Being re.*deUd:. 'and .aIar;... Pianos, Orani-; 'Talking Machines

-u;-' "' ffi; "'-!fj-;; r, . Sewing_. Machines\ .

., Builders' Hardware,'Farming Machinery Dry Goods Shoes MACH BROTHERS Phone 113 '
,., ., and Notions
4 K r No. 9.DirMafton Avenue and HoBseurnishings.Sfi ' Livery, Feed and Sale Stables .
4 ,. ,!.' No. ,45, Cr.xM4in., and Park StKISSIMMEE .
'I'',"" '," !Ii ,' ,.- . : Heavy Hailing and Draybff
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,{j< H. M. BREAKER;
Truck Farms, Orange Grores and'Gay MUNGER' LAND COMPANY '
n .. Property. ,117Vs B'way '. Orange Cents Fla. '

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