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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Valley Gazette has'made,the claim: It ,continues the pleasure of the k

4 that More and better'oranges, 'grape.. f editor of the Valley Gazette to chronicle i

fruit and tangerines were produced .- iNil p fj from time to time evidences of ,, i ia"

per' tree, In' Osceola county' than in r r, 1 nl1111111Iittlln! the.wonderful fertility of the soil and
W unequaled climatic .cOnditions' to be
any other :county In. Florida,or anywhere found in Kissimmee and Osceola

, else on earth. county., Also it is with gratitude we

That statement has been'--questioned, mention the many' signs of substantial -
sometimes increase in population and the
Very severely, but each
various progressive movements underway !
r *s line; by'. men who had given', > that I :. in our midst.

question but little thought, and -were: J i" Columns have been written 'about

wholly unacquainted 'with ;another" o'. the wonderful opportunities to. be .,r
found in Florida for the with
man an
1 section of the state I I I
; amount of to become ,
I 0 \ \' energy
1 We believe the facts we here re- HOME OF UON." C. CARSON, CLYDE AVENUE \ Independent in' a few years, while
cord will convince the most skeptical
the finest climate the
of the truthfulness of our contention I - I ;.-- ..... - -(" ..:...- .... :. .... -- ---..;:..,.,----- .... - .. T ... "', ---;". ...... ....,.. "- .... "'" "" world That; thousands of persons "
but if they do not,. we ask that we I have journeyed to Florida in the past a or
be cited to the grove that can placea SHETLAND PONY S. S. Carroll Loses His MRS., D. C.. LEEGUEST I ten years is no miracle. Towns. have i.i i.
notch higher up on. the pole. 1 I : been established here and there, and ,
On the east shore 'of Lake Toho- .,! RANCH HEREC. !, ; Or' HONOR I:I today millions of acres are producing
pekaliga, about eight miles.from KIs- I' .. ( delicacies for the Northern markets ;
simmee, is a citrus grove comprising I Memory and Sleeps Two''r .., . "- I]I in the winter season while the' local .

; sixteen! acres and known as the Lee E. SWOrE, EXPERT HORSEMAN, AT'A RECEPTION GIVEN BY THE markets'. are supplied in the'.summer. .
Brothers' grove. In 1885 Jno. M., D. i Some towns have grown rapidly,
C. and J. B. Lee, brothers, came here LOCATES ONE IN WESTERN 'r Long Nights in Swamp KAN-YUK-SA CLUB AT THE. j j I others slowly, but with a steady, substantial ::
from Georgia. Jno. M. had sixteendollars PART OF CITY. ; V HOME. OF;MR. AND MRS. 1 gain that in the end makesa
less han nothing, D. C. possessed -' ______ V ,:- '. I C. A. CARSON most prosperous community.. .
something like $150, and J. B' About the last thing we would have , I I i. Kissimmee and Osceola.county con>
had $300 sewed up on the inside of imagined'' would be numbered among WHEN FOUND BY CITY ARSIIAU BEL EVES HE IS 'IN JACKSON V 1. . tinue to grow steadily. .
his shirt. These three brothers man-. Kissimmee's businesses 'was a .Shet- At-Uie''bospitabl. home of Mr. and The records of the Clerk of the Circuit '
aired to get possession of a small tract land Pony ranch but such an industry VILLE. AND ASKS. TO BE TAKEN. TO. HIS ROOM-illS HOME Mr.s 'P.\'."Carson. Mrs. D. C.'Lee pf I I' Court in and for Osceola county

of land on the ekst shore'of the lake, ,has been established in the western IS IN; BRAWLEY, CALIFORNIA, AND CAME TO FLORIDA ,' Baltimore was the guest of honor at Standout as a true barometer of the
and began clearinVk When winter section: of the city. ,'p ( ; I anAfnformal:\ +eeeption on Saturday. j I continued progress of the entire count y
arrived they had sixteen acres cleared INVESTIGATE, 'TURPENTINE. AND "*'I : :Can-yuk-ga club was formed scveral 1 ty.! The daily entries of property exchanges ikA V:
C. E. who moved here few
Swope, a ;
: 'years ago as a social and recreation -
and that land hey planted mostly in Ohio CATTLE IINDUSTRIES. t ; can be positively stated as an 'Ja
form Bowling Green club. Most !
of the
orange trees with a small patch of years ago original members -;: indication that this most favored section -
returned thereIn the early summer, were ,present, Mrs. Lee having' of Florida is rapidly being set- a
grapefruit trees. ----
I and being a thorough horseman, 1 been most active in the early days of'
tied and developed desirable
a -
C To Jno. "M. fell the job of caring ceived the Idea that',Kissimmee bra/'been/ 'the clubs, all were glad to >> ,heragain very. .
meet class of home seekersJ
for this ? while D. C. and J. B. con-I I Another name added to take .when hefeels. these -epells com J!:
grove that admirably adapted to the list of those\ unfortunates who Ingon-, in this' happy reunion. 1 ]I, Going back over the books a few t tI
jobs paid enough
sought money Shetland and this:week
ponies, Miss Elizabeth Carson
who has justreturned. '
t to furnish Jno. M. with grits for him- ed here wiht five head four mares and through one cause or another are at He stated that he left Denver, Colo., years 3 many large realty transfers I
from an extended visit
times bereft of memory and go for on the 18th of October, having pur- 'at |have been recorded but taking the n
self and fertilizer for the untilit '
grove stallion about the
one are prettiest northern 'points, had arranged a delightful -most recent dates the deeds recorded
came into bearing. When the days and sometimes months from chased a round trip ticket to Jacksonville -
was less than five old Jno.grove M.and cutest' little black and white' place to place not.k owing who they for the purpose/-of ,looking into program of some of Kissimmec's -1 call for many small tracts. The fact
years creatures we ever saw, espc1ally'thebaby. are and from whence they came. the turpentine .business. with a viewto : best musical talent.. t that the small deals are in the major ,
D. C. purchased the Interest of J.
which i i4.nO larger, than a fair- I Mrs. Stanley Bullock gave a eplen-!I,ity is indication that ,,small jr
which buying it by the .carload as his an more
B., paying him therefor $2,500, sized dog. This time it is S. S. Carroll whose I did violin solo accompanied by Miss '
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son was the manager of a mining groves and truck farm's are being developed -
that gentleman took back to f Georgia home is at Brawley California. *
Mr. Swope owns considerable groundin company, that had discovered a' K ew Carson. 1' and more people coming .to '
and made the basis. of'a comfortable the western part of the city, whichhe Monday just before noon Sheriff process of treating ore with turpentine Mrs. Norton and Mrs. W. J. Sears i I;': (Osceola county to make their homes in T

fortune. is putting in shape tar the proper I L.. H. Ingram received information ; also to look into the cattle industry delighted everyone with their vocal! t this land of peace, plenty and. ,pros1 -
t Jno. M. and D. C. owned'this grove accommodation of his herd, and expects that a man was in the cypress swamp as he had heard this wfis a solos, while ties Mary Carson and 1 |perity I j than ever before.
jointly until four years ago, when D. to breed them until there is I in the western section of the city, and most favored section in which to en Miss Berta Bryan as new singers> i t From October 1st to Slat there was V
Cv passed over into the unexplored enough Shetland ponies for every childin ,was acting in a peculiar manner, and gage in that business. To verify the'.showed their fine training and talent. I,I I recorded one hundred and fifty warranty -,
land and since that time Jno. M.' and this section to own one. that officer dispatched City Marshal correctness of'that statement, inscribed This being the first social event of i I deeds for tracts ranging from
Mrs. D.; C. Lee have owned'and operated Mr. Swope states that Shetland Tison to the scene. in one of his books were the names the year was especially appreciated. a five acre grove to a tenthousandacre

it jointly, although ever sinceit ponies as, a rule are'': 'exceptionally/ Marshal'' Tison :discovered! his man of W.. D. Blackwell, St. Cloud, turpen- I I cattle ranch This tenthousandacre
was first; planted the grove has been healthy, and not subject to the diseases under the supervision of Jno. M. usually found to exist in larger J ed condition, and could give no intel- cattle both of which gentlemen are and,ten-acre tracts. There was also
But to the facts as to what this horses, and are capable of performing j ligent answers questions as to who well known citizens and'engaged In. OP THE CIVIC LEAGUE sixty-six: other documents ,placed on
grove has produced.: Beginning with all the work necessary! ,in a small fam1I1'sllch J he was and from whence he came. those businesses. -' record among which were two new r
.1890, this, grove has never failed to as pulling.light buggies and The man readily accompanied the marshal Mr' Carroll's mind is not yet clearas corporations that-transact business'in 2..
> net the owners from $3,000' to $7,000 hauling ordinary loads,'although theirgreatest to the city, when Sheriff Ingramat to how or when he left Jacksonville HELD TUESDAY this. city and county, -,.. 'f" + z
annually with'the exception of 1895 value lies in their absolute < once discovered that the man was but says he thinks he left thereabout AND MUCII BUS-)( For the first'nine'busineeaays' of

this year the fruit selling for $8,100; docility being so gentle that any child .]not of that character known as bums, 9:30: at night, but hasn't the INESS TRANSACTED. ALL" November/ there were, seventy-three '"
.{' on the trees,. and the cost of caringfor can handle them.WOM'fN' J but of intelligence and high standing faintest idea of when or how he I TENDING TO_ KISSIM. deeds recorded and twentyoneother : 1.'to<
this grove during the year was when in his 'right mind. Instead of reached Kissimmee fact, about the I MEE'S ADVANCEMENT, documents. of a .miscellaneous char-
something less. than seven hundred placing the unfortunate man in'the first thing he does remember is when : acter. V '.
dollars. WHO WILL ]jail, Sheriff Ingram procured him'a he awoke from the first sleep In the. And Kissimmee shares largely with I
**"* Take pencil and paper and do a'\itJ room over the old State Bank buildingand room in which Sheriff Ingram placed' Among the matters up for consideration the entire county in this wave of?de-j: ,
tie calculation as to, what that grove WAGE THE WAR placed a nurse in charge, first him. "' at the'meeting of this societyon )velopment.\' : On every hand thaTe'b: .
i Is worth, based on a ten per cent.interest i having him take a bath and don clean Mr. Carroll is very grateful to the 11th inst. were the following I l, to be found new buildings',,under con- "'
on the Investment.eeyentffour ,underwear and shirt which he pro- Sheriff Ingram for the many kind- .A complaint being sent in of theuntidy i struction: and others being remodeled..' .,, .
thousand dollars. FOR'THE RIGHT TO HAVE EQUAL:; 'cured from a local store. nesses shown him, and well he mightbe. appearance of Rosehill '' Truly this will be great season for*'' ,

'Then"again. It must be remembered POLITICAL RIGHTS 'The sheriff then' made a search' of for our sheriff has demonstrated tery, the society appointed a 'ceme-I I Kissimmee and Osceola county I
tee to learn what amount of With the excellent In 'the
I that the cultivation of an orange grove the man's clothing. and found considerable that he is not only competent to judge r
WITH MEN. available raised by annual city real estate business the eom-
and county
of the owners'.time asa papers among which'were between a real man a bum. regardless
I' requires competent none to'do the work can. two memorandum books, several let- of ,what outward appear- specifically for the cemetery and whatis missionera with their usual foresight ;
'man dollars a month, 'ters and return trip ticket ances show but has enough humanity the present existing plan.of its expenditure -1 I are pursuing 'wise course in their "
be employed for forty During the convention of women'sclubs papers
? Also to learn what aid efforts to provide'more and substantial _, 1.I
from Jacksonville to Denver Colo. in his make-up to befriend the un- ;
enabling the owner to engageIn held at Orlando last week ,
thereby a would'be + ,
required to maintain the public roads throughout the emtire
any other Ine of business he may few of the delegates held a meeting ''and $21.65 books in was money.inscribed In:one of the fortunate. I grounds continuously in good shape. '.j I county. : rt!=
' desire. on the'side and formed. the Florida pass I
: A i communicatoin from the countycommissioners The class of homeseekers that are
! ..h We know that some one with a Branch"of. the Suffrage League and "My name is S. S. Carroll; residence ISHAIVTRANDOLPH was read giving unan -, rapidly occupying the available,acreage ({
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will declare these I resoluted sundry and divers columns Brawley, California; age 64 mpus, permission to, this society to., in Osceola county are of the most
figures areainflalong with hot air suf.I''tq? the effect: that "women shouU be 'yean weight 183 pounds height 6 place certain seats in the court house'a'desirable character, and of the blUldr.
flSent to send a dirigible toMars, but given the right to vote" and with feet and one-half inch. At times I INSPECTS LAKE square.' 'Some doubts existed as to 1 I 1 reds of visitors coming to Kisiinunee.
if that individual cares to verifyAhe greatoratory and amid much enthusiasm am afflicted with a rush of blood to the superior merits of re-enforced concrete the majority make purchases 0'-lands ,
I statement he needs only to ask Jno.> i unfurled the banner of.freedoM.and the brain And am rendered unconscious or wrought iron,'steel seats the I to make this section their future borne..
his deposit book or pat the legislature on notice that ; if found in such condition place I
M. Lee to produce former being more expensive in first At the present, steady ,increase It is,,
J. S Stratton to show the cancelled they would be on hand at the 1916 session my feet and legal in hot water and my WITH VIEW cost but the latter on account of the only .a question of a few yean until
check, for he Is the man who bought In large and eloquent numbers to head In'cold water. In case of acci- DRAINING THIS, SECTION: necessity of frequent repainting be1ing I every available,, acre in this section .
and paid for the\f ruit. see that an amendment to the constitution -.dent notify my brother, C. N. Carroll, more expensive in the end. The I!will be producing various crops that
But Jno., M.. Lee's careful" aind in- was passed giving them the fran- 'Los Angeles, Calif." WOULD HAVE ON, ITS society was precisely in the conditionof \,will add hundreds of thousands.of del.

telli nt cultivation of this menses chise.:. The following were elected officers I' ,'The name of Frank Carroll, Oufay, SHORE' LINK. the young man who could not de, ,lars to the state's already large agricultural ,
not wholly responsible! for the I to carry their orders to a successful -I Colo.; was written on a piece of paper cide between two' charming sweet output. .
amount of fruit it produced although I conclusion the effects, and to that name hearts'; he exclaimed, "How happy i The pleasing showing of the county {
it was a large factor. iThe ground on President-Mrs. Mary A. Safford, I Sheri Ingram sent a,wlr..telling If will be remembered that sham I could Itbe j ''with either were't'other''. ',j I records substantiates the' Valley Ga-, ,\4 .
+ which i 1II i planted of which' ground Orlando. . IS. S. Carroll's condition. Late Monday G. Randolph recently employed I dear charmer away!" It was finally settee oft-repeated claims that this 1 I'' y
was ''
there'Is' a great number of acres in First vice-presldent-Mre.'C.'J. Huber -''evening this answer came: "Give my decided to purchase a sample of. twoseats is the best place on earth "
t )',' is of the character that Tampa. 'I father every necessary care.. ,Wire by some'of the land owner* In this of each material and choose between that those who come to investigate. ,i
Seduces *'\tile and' well fruited tleesnd 'Second'ent-Mr.. Pren- his condition tomorrow. Will ''take section to make a preliminary survey -. them for the balance, and It was rarely leave without arranging for,, .;
delicious i fruit This ground is tlss Carson, DeLand. care of expense. (Signed) Frank Car- of. the territory embracing,, theKissimmee so ordered. As there will be a'sample their future home in our midst,; and :'
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underlaid with a yellow subsoil, whichis Third vicespresidentMisa'CarolineBrevard roll." with' view to ascertaining ,of two'of each material, a choice their friends,soon follow to Oaeeola ;'
full of Just such elements,as puttees ;' Tallahassee p I I i.. The following day the sheriff wired 1 Valley of a slight difference in design as wellas county in search of peace and plenty. I
life into citrus .and,bloom on the Recording secretary-Miss Frances ,,the son that his father was much bet- both feasible and material will be afforded.. And best of all, these official records''' (;., 4a'
foliage: Anderson,. Jacksonville. . /i:i terbut he had better come or send practicable to'drain all the lands how .A committee was appointed to learn are open to all investigators who de- .
'\ ,' \ Then again, the.geographicaeitua. Corresponding secretary'-Miss Ella: for him, that: he was in no conditionto subject to.overflow .In case 6f con from the A. C. L R. R. Co.the exact sire to seek further information con.. >
of Osceol. county Is 'such as to abeth Askew, Tampa. / be roaming over the country un tinued heavy rains, and particularly as wording of its'-offer to tk* city in the cerning this aeet1on.Thourh.alwa7S '
j ; don the bed quality of fruit, aaj Treasurer'-Miss Laura- Schnarr, attended.' Since.that time more telegrams to what effeet such xlrainaff would. matter of the city's acquiring the pieceof busy, the attaches of the Clerk"..of-; .
} produce fact that In the extreme south Orlando have passed and the sheriff is have on the lakes and rivers land ,lying between the. passenger lice are ever. ready to anew.rquealtions .' .
1 .., ''tree.It 14 a do Dot grow to any appreciable ,Auditors Dr. Sarah Davis Palatka '-,''expecting at any moment to receive .Je, this latter ;end Mr. Randolph station 'and Pleasant street. It >was for visitors seeking information. '
'" i ''Der do they bear any great ; Miss' Anna Andrus Miami. a' wire saying that some one is'' aril arrived here ,Saturday last 'and, was the':aen...of this society, that If the and assist in looking up the records: :
ize; of truit.,, It Is'not at all un- Members of executive committee route her. to take charge of Mr. Call: taken in charge by Jno. M. Lee and city has, the opportunity to' acquirethe concerning any transaction ,in ,the '
; amount for a tree in this section;toreal Mrs.,Locke, Jacksonville. . roll, althoughat this writing he Is so driven over the west shot of Lake said land in fee. it should not be county.. "i
f. common from twenty to thirty boxes; of Press committee-Mrs.: Rosalie,, C. far recovered that he is enabled to Tohopekallga as far down a. Shingle permitted to slip by without a strong *..with an Increase in' population",:t
". yield much Colley, Jacksonville;> Mrs. Sumter L. give connected ef his amounting to fully 2.500'persons per '''
and In some instances as a story coming creek !nand later turned over to CsyLClayyohnson effort, being'made to secure'so valu-
fruit,\ boxes, althouglll the latter Lowry. Tampa) Mrs/., Julia Luckey. ,I to Florida. who gave him much information able an'asset:' It was decided to makethe'Joffer'to year, Osceola-county-vis rapidly for*/.;
p sixty' St. Petersburg.. Mr. Carroll ''states that for sOme ing to the front of all counties .
.ia the exception. I as to stages -of waterin. council that, could this
number' .. who desire to" see i years he'baa boen subject to these the lakes and canals from.1 I..bnllMeto. lan4 be had for a park,.just at the entrance state of. Florida. When thV-railroad,\
"J"'To"an '
I'iH one, that I. a pleasing sight as Rev: A. M: Chisholm Is Spending the i.,spells, but, as, a',yul. ,they-only, last. Bassinger at different:'seasons .of i| of the city, giving first'irnpres- through the'center of 4114 CCI !
'pve, revenue producer we recom week] in Jacksonville:'IIJ.l attendance i him twenty-four hours, butith4'last; the year . *. r *, :'{ dons to, visitors,;; this society: would completed there will be thousand
R.. well is a to, the Lee Brotherseron annual 'cqn .n ton ''of. the i one was made severe by-the extreme .. Mr.' Randolph'' left Saturday } .t'taV* upon itself Its ornamentation boxes of, fruit added to .theigmnt "
JDend' a ,8a,. rf them a,hospitable Christian church.! ')'He 'ts accompanied I cold and exposure and the absence of tor Jacksonville, and .is1 expected to and 'maintenance,after the land Ihould'be"fiUe4.ahd l output.'a. many new groves- Trttl at

'.reception.: by-Mrs-. : ..Chishgim.'e'V'; -I I I ;a .medicine, be" usually.has,-on. ,hand. . to. make' ,within .few /- . . graded ,I I.come. into, bearing. y "'jqi-V' ::

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ed, however, in the case of persons !
W.: J. Sears Will Make honorably discharged from the United ,'"

States military or naval service by I
reason 'of disability resulting. from' 1AS A SPECIALTYLADIES

.- the Race For Congress wounds of duty.. Eligibles sickness incurred resulting\ from tho this line

examination who art under 21 yearsof '
. -- \ age on tho date of the examination "

:. ANNOUNCI will not be ,certified for filling vacan and CHILDRENSHOES ' / /
.' dell in the position of assistant postmaster

WITH LONG POLITICAL CAMPAIGN.For Male applicants for the Post-Office
service must be at least. 5 feet 4 inchesin f.
height: in bare feet and 125 pounds ri ,
in weight without pvercoat .and .bat; -
r the past two months it. has been man should be nominated regardlessof otherwise their applications will bo I .
whispered by every man to everyman from what section of the districthe canceled. Female, applicants are not .
in this section of the state, and hails. Too often "good 'fellows" _. : ,- t ,
required to be' of any ,specific heightor - - .. .: ,::1..&" .
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in several other sections, for that mat have been placed in responsible positions weight( ,
ter, that W. J. Sears, Superintendentof only to fihd that' they betrayed ." '" ,;
Public Instruction for, Osceola their trust. Sold At
county and Grand Chancellor of I' "The people of the Fourth Districtare TAX ASSESSORS Will Be S
the Knights of Pythias of Florida, far above the average in. intelli. 1..
would be a candidate for Congress gence, and are well able to separatethe MEET NOV. 20TI1 A Special Reduced Price"
from the Fourth District, of from the dross from the true metal and I I ':
State at Large, if it was ruled that I i am well satisfied that they will' makeno I "
the election next June must be held' mistake in selecting the man best TALLAHASSEE ', Until Saturday ,;:t'\', '.

under the old law, and a few of the; fitted to represent them at the- national AT. ,AND CARRYOUT . :;, : '. ;;Il '.
state papers have printed notices to capital., MOST .,'.",r" ''"',,;,' ' h. ' 11'1, '(,:,, ', .
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the effect that he would positivelyenter "There is one point'I wish to makes 4 ;". j'i/,,,/ I ; '!::" : '
that all will understand me, PROGRAM ' '' , '
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race. plain 'f ;,b,,' . '
The rule the Valley Gazette strict. and that is that there will be no mudslinging "/ I. '" .Now is Your Time to Buy '. \), :":
ly adheres to is'to. never go to'the, Indulged in by me during the ::) i t\\:\ : \., ,', . ; .' ; .
to make I 'the official ,, : ::i'fI''\ '
cook for news when the captain ,is I campaign. It is myjntcntion The following pro ,I" 'IIs ,
aboard, therefore on Monday the editor the race on my fitness for, gram of the Tax Assessors' conventionto :" '
called at Mr. Sears' office and and there are no combination of circumstances be held at Tallahassee, November20th "" :, )\ .
asked for 'a confirmation or denial l of that can or,will force me' : 1 ,, :: .ETORE : ": )
the rumor. I to attempt to ride into office over First Season, Thursday?. Nov. 20, \. ;;.,);... U R P R " ,, '
After a. friendly! .greeting,' which the ruined reputation of any man. 1913, 10 O'clock Aw M. ,',e:; THE ',/: ,
that gentleman always gives every I "Of course, I will use every honorable Convention a11ed-to order by lion. s "
person who honors him with a.. visit, effort to win the race, and knowof John Neel, chairman State Tax Com- -5 t :
although he was literally up to' his no good reason why I should not, mission. 1 : : .
ears in work, _which fact wag* made I I but if to win 'I have to forego one Roll Call by L. R. ,Trammell!, Secretary .
necessary. .. by his leaving the following;j jI of the principles of"what I consider State Tax Commission. Broadway Kissimmee, Fla
..,. Address of welcome, lion. Park .
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I Trammell), Governor of Florida.
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Response on behalf tax assessors, - :
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responses. of convention.' throw down the,bars to all. For
Organization first time in the history of the Con
Election of permanent chairman.
gress the committee has extended a S
Second Session 2 P.: M., Nov. 20. general invitation to the Congress to Pennies '
Is Equalization of Value of Proper .
everyone who is interested in conservation
: ty in the Various Counties Possible; and forestry. Hundreds of organizations '
and How Can It Be Accomplished national, state and local,
lion. W W. Richards of Pensacola. have appointed delegates to the Con Make Dollars.And
fs (Discussion.) gress. Scores of other organizationswho ....
I Changes I Think Necessary in the have not received special invitations
Present Method of Assessing Taxes, are expected to appoint dele
and Why-Hon. J. M. Owens, West gates under theopen door policy of Dollars when deposited -
I Palm Beach (Discussion.) the Executive Committee. grow :
How Should the Tax Assessor Get r'
II the Value of the Property lie Assesses in the Savings Department -
-Hon. J. N. Brown, Clearwateiv (Dis K. B. RAULERSON"- .
I cussion.)
-; The Obstacles I. llave Encounteredin DIED AT ATLANTA of this bank.
1t Getting the Personal Property on
i the TaJl; Books, and How I Think They
{ Can Be Overcome-lion. A. L. Turner -
Jacksonville. (Discussion.) WELL KONWN IN KISSIMMEE AS A dollar will start

1 f Third Session. Friday, Nov. 21, A MAN OP STERLING .
9:00' A. M. QUALITIES1.
1 .. Is It Better to Put Valuations at
Full Cash Value and Have Low Mill. II' an account .
W. J.' SEARS age or Put Value Low and Have High {
. II ,\ II It was with a feeling of deep .
D. S. Register. Perry. gret that the news was received reo'i .i.I .
-' ( ) this city Monday that K. B. !
Be Assessedon
Should All Property had died the night before at and
day to addre s K. of P. lodges at several honest, fair and square, I would the Same Basis of Value, or Should Ga., from an acute attack of pneumonia I Investigate today, prepare -
r towns, on the west coast, Mr. rather a thousand times over remana Different Classes of Property be Tax and would be buried at Ft. f .
Sears said: private citizen. the' remainder of ed at Different Rates- -Hon. W. O. Pierce, his home, on Tuesday. for toe "Rainy' Day"that
\ "It is my intention to run for Congress my days. Ames, Tallahassee. (Discussion.) Mr. Raulerson is a brotherinlawof .. ,.
from tho Fourth District at the "When I to I will What Should the Minimum Valueof
go congress $o E. L. Lesley, who with his wife
t coming primaries in June, 1914 unless with clean hands or not. 'at all. I will Agricultural Lands Be,:alsc Timber left Tuesday morning for Fort Pierceto conies to all some timein
something should,occur' in the owe my election to the people, not to Lan Pasture Lands Waste. Land, be present at the funeral. lie Wall
} 'meantime to alter my decision. Not any corporation or combination of Prairie Land, ,Phosphate Land, Truck one of the most prominent cattle men this life. .1'
long since I mailed a letter to some people, and when I cast a vote it will Land and Grove Land-Hon. J. J. of the east coast, being president and '
of my friends in this district in which be a- vote of honest convictions not a Boynton, Bartow. (Discussion.) general manager of the Coast Cattle :
I stated that it.was probable I would vote at the behest of a few practical : Importance of Township Maps and Co. \
rt offer for a seat in Congress from the politicians and money grafters. I Plats! of Land, Showing Values of He leaves a wife, five brothers and "
Fourth District, or from the State at have lived a free man thus far, and Land, Lines of Railroad, Public High- two sisters to mourn,his loss.
'v Large if the State Democratic com intend to play the-same hand out to ways and Rivers-Hon. J. M. McCul- ii Citizens Bank of Kissimmee .

mittee or the courts ruled that the I I the end. lers, Live Oak. (Discussion.) - The man who complains continuallyof

election must. be held under the old When the proper time comes, and Fourth'Session. 2 P. M, Nov.. ?1 "getting the worst of it," comes : ; ARTHUR E. DONEGAN P. K, WEAVER, ,
( law. t" I also tated in that letter that by that I .mean next spring, I will Round Table pretty near advertising himself to
4 it would be some time before I made make known the platform upon whichI General discussion.'. : '. ,'* ,I'i'tt'w\ whom it may,concern as an easy victim "' President Cashier "
any public announcement as to my will seek election, and t intend to make Should the Income Tax 'and'Inheritance '
i candidacy, first, because I was not it so plain and give it such wide pub- Tax be Adopted in Florida? tirrN 1111111111111111111111111''i 1111II " 111M111111M "
f financially able to make a long campaign licity that every voter in the Fourth Should Unimproved Lands,be Taxed -- -- ,- -'---------___-__ '

I and second because it would District will know exactly where I at Less than Farm Lands of Same For all Purposes of Sanitation and 1
. be against the beat interests of Florida stand and what my acts will be whenI Class :'
I..t. to inject the excitement of politics go to' Washington. Until that timeI What Changes Should be Made in Cleanliness UseCARBOLA .8
I at. this'' season, when! it is more im. can see no necessity of burdening the Forms of Tax Returns Blanks and Listen!! Sheep are shorn
portant for all to work together in the people with ,a- political'' campaign, the Tax Rolls?
, the upbuilding our state. which at best usually brings about a Any Other Questions Desired to be
'"I also stated In that letter that itwas most unsettled condition of affairs. Debated by the Convention. of their pure wool to make

../. not written for the purpose of seearing "When the campaign opens it is Resolutions and Adjournment. I
I., : pledges, but, solely that my:] my intention to visit every section of All assignments limited to twenty the all wool Goods WE sell
fitness for the office might be investi i this district, however small, and give minutes. Discussions five minutes A Liquid Disinfectant, Deodorizer' ,
gated. 'It has ever been -my policy to I| the people ai. opportunity to see and each. *. Germicide, Antleeptic, Insecticide -
vote for the man I believed best fitted j, hear the man,wbo will be their repre and Cleanser.
for the office sought, and what I mean sehtative in tHe Lower House of Con .-
by best fitted,.Is the man who would gress after 'March 4th, 1915. Candi CONSERVATION 1 Gallon ..__._________.__-__ 11.60

best represent the whole people and dates have no right to ask a man to 5 Gallons .,___.._,--..--.-.-'-- 6.25 /,
'who was not bound to any class, click pledge,his vote this far in advance of CONGRESS
a d"/':; 'or combination of interests but who the election, as many things can occur OPEN ALBERT E. BARRS
., 4".. ,, could and would, without fear or fa- betwen now and next June' to change Jacksonville . ... Florida
r.,,; :,-'Vor,, with no reward or hope of reward one's mind."I .
vote for the best interests of thePeople. repeat, that the people of the LENDID PROGRAM WILL BE c 7I 4 '

. Fourth District will know full well CARRIED OUT AT WASHING .'
MI believe that rule should prevail where I stand on all public questions r
'with all voters in the election next in plenty'of time to cast an intelligent t TON NOVEMBER 1820.
June. The safest, surest. and best vote at the-primaries next June.' YourFavorites
-' -- - .. x it ic'nrKr;
Washington, D. C. Nov. 10.-The
GOOD; JOBS TO at second-class offices will be promoted prospect of a fierce fight on forestry, I
in the same manner to"31,000. t the National Conservation Congress,
.Promotions of both clerks and carriers in Washington, D. C., November 18-
BE GIVEN OUT will be made at the beginningof 20, has brought requests from all . ,
the quarter following the expiration parts of the country for the privilegeof t/fJ '1 ,
cf a year's service in the next lower the floor of the convention. The r, .._ ".l ,
grade. No promotion will be made i ;.a.t' 'w .
Congress has accepted the challengeof
except upon evidence satisfactory to the Oregon Development League,

. DELIVER THE MAIL IN the Post Office Department of the efficiency one of the,principal opponents of the Heinz Sour Pickles! ?____;__u .10
KISSIMMEE. and faithfulness of the employee Consrvation policy, and has given a ..,
l during the preceding year. place 'on its program to one of the Heinz Sweet Pickles ----------S .16
I ___ Clerks and carriers of the highest big guns of the Oregon organization. .
grade are eligible for promotion to Fireworks are. expected. Heinz Oyster Sauce .___--_-__ .25 d

.t The 'United States Civil Service. the tive.ofnces.Competitors higher;. positions in their respec- The large'number of requests from Heinz, Horse Radish .-_-_.____ ..15Ubby's We'are showing som"eurrusual shades ,J
l ,Commission announces that on December ,
opposing sides-has l caused the Execu- and
i 13, an examination will be held will be examined, In the c Strawberry' Freservea.- .10 weaves In our Ladles Wool-Ratine I "'I
f .for the positions of clerk and carrier following subjects: -- Suits. These' suits the
in the post office at Kissimmee, Fla. Spelling (twenty words of average Scudders' Maple Syrup qts...- .50 are very ,latest ;
From the eligibles resulting from difficulty in common use); Arithmetic Bank' Examiner's Report, word In style and color yet sell .. '
this examination it is expected that the (simple,tests in,addition subtraction, Scudders' Maple Syrup pints_ :.30Wagon ye can
PostmasterGeneral' ''Will select the multiplication and division of whole I I them to you at an economical price. '::1

carriers and substitute carriers who numbers, common. and. decimal fractions IIKI'OHT OP TIIH COMJITIOMHTATK l are to be appointed prior to the: establishment and United States money); Let- IIAXK nv KISSIMMKR some very pretty Silk Dresses and j
of'city delivery service ter writing (letter of not less than KlftMHHKH FLORIDA, Blouses. '
fn the city named as the place of em- 125 words ,on some subject of general \ t
.t the close of ....1.... >.T. 12. 1013 Deliveries
poyment,' unless it ,shall be found to interest Competitors may select .. 'D.... .1 1
coadrBMd from the R..I..rU -
I i be in the interest"of ''the service to either of two subjects given); Pen.. rtfortt We wish also to announce the arrival )
fill some of such positions by the manship (the handwriting of the competitor j

': transfer of persons already In' the in the subject of copying from Loans and Discount* -,:_-__ 1288.571JB. North Kissimmee 8:00. a. m of a large. shipment of .Aeckwear for t ;
,l claaaifed'service with postal experience plain copy will be considered with County and'City Warrant. .1..U }
'1' t, ,subject' to the requirements of special reference to the elements of Overdraft _______..___.?. 1.MS.44 South Kisslrnrnee 9:00 a. m MIsses and Ladles. Have 'you seen:
Bonds _______..____.-___ __ 1000.00
legibility, rapidity j
: section 8 of Civil-Service Rule X Selections neatness, general latest
Bkir. louse Furn. A I x.17,109.94 these little novelties? I If do i
North 11:00 not
from these eligibles may also appearance, etc.); Copying from plain Due from Hank and Ca.h__ 6..41, Klssimniee m. ,'
ti be made for appointments to the position I copy-(a simple teat in copying accurately Afternoon Service regular to 5 m. not faIt to call and see vhat We have. '
T' .few tj
of clerk and carrier after the printed lines in competi .. j
'establishment of city delivery, !I tor's(test hand-writing in noting whit): Reading addreses, Capital Stock -__-.._.-,??... 10.000.00 Ladles' suits and '1,
Clerk in offices of the first and I pen or pencil on : 1.000.00 dr.esses $!L 0 0 to
".1 carriers il'l' the:,a printed sheet of differences Undivided Profltii-----------
'' second classes,' and addresses .014.'0 ATTA1'LOS
,city,delivery service, are divided intofire between the printed addressesand Deposit ,___'1"..._-. .;?-_-. 199.074.99Red.count. $2.9.00.Ill colors, latest styles. 4
.. ,..... ._.__ S.Tlt.ISBUI 4P
fw grades, the salaries of which are the written addresses of which .Payable': .?*...-_!.?.-?._?_- O.OOO.OO '!-
I r, 11400 and ,$1,200 they ) '
f >9800, f90. 91JOOO Applicants '
Clerks-and must have reached IU1J'0. H. C. STylYlFORD
{ 'per annum, respectively": CO. \" j
''CsuziMS: first-class'' offices'will. be, their,eighteenth but not their forty- /II/ ''C. A. CARSON. I . '. f .,
at fifth birthday on the' date 6f the AOMA THOMAS,
t' :promoted 'successively grade a examination. PrM.1
,: '' The limits ....... , !l . I I
Itaae, to 'J,100.an4 clerk and carriers age are WaiT.r Ault C ,f 4T>1| 424 BROADWAY PHONE 250 '
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MiMsYal'fclW 'lifTI year- l4;' brother will run the farm. Item sad,\.u other things. being .qual,''

kT WWwHOTS. .. a* if the fattier could have been INFANTRY AMGETTING e tMps.oa.: c renting the quarters to

the "least spared of any. man in the the government for the seven months Choice ,
'' country.1: ,, ? of the present fiscal: year may expect ,' Selected Real
OF GiRLS.fCANNING "One little Arkansas girl, with the SHORT consideration at, the hands of, Oaele .
aid of her sister used a small barrow,' Sam-whieb will amount far rental for Estate for Sale : EHtTj
such as is used for cotton bed, to barrow the five ;years what it would have been '
; ; CLUB the, paee'' between the'lOWs of END OF THE: DEAL for five years, and seven'r.months. of '_ J
tomatoes in their canning club plot. occupation.The .' To enableme, to make some co'ti- for.a sheep and cattle,farm. Price ,I.' rnY

'\1': One girl took the place of the horse In __kIN ) Jacksonville, terminal will be templated improvements' I will offer $40.00 per'acra '::
started with four but later -
the harrbw while the other occupied men on .
for short time the'tonQwiJl

;: ::{ ,: STORIES' TOLD BY FIELD AGENTS the Here place I i.'of a report the driver from a Mississippi' 'SELECTS OF (GENERALS tea men will are be expected stationed to received Applications ',,pieces( ,a of choice property for sale No.;, 5., Lake front lot at the end Z.i.

\''' agents from 'postal 'clerkson runs out of 'at the very reasonable''prices' of Stewart street Stewart street l :-:

II'::4-\. -. "One girl with the help of ber'father -' Jacksonville asking for ,transfer named. :, extended ' the lake, being 1
REPORTS SHOW and brother has than IN ONE INSTANCE AN OFFICER office as a permanent location, t _
. A DETERMINA. i put up more fractional northwest 'quarter
I-" ,' 3,000 can.. She has 200'cane 'of flgs. is generally more desirable than an No. 1., The new Wlllson; Build. I
," TION' "ON "PART'OF JUVENILE She hat already sold some to; local WAS. ,. PROMOTED.. ,,. "OVER, THIRTEEN out-of-town' I run. In most instances big., lot ,43x76 ft. on 'Darlington 'of section 27-in thesame block
whe the. '' desirable with the electric light plant and ice '
. '' PUPILS TO, MAKE merchants her father said; The HUNDRED ,OF A applicants 'are
,, GOOD. .aveV
I Is
iI boll weevil may eat tip my cotton but men, their wisnes will be &'rIntedand avenue (Darlington 70 ft. factory..:.near the city dock. Suit
., t' . they canX g t',' inside these'can and RANK If any more men are needed, they, will ,wide and brick paved). able for factories or dock: purpose
be taken from the.eligible list. .
. \ Washington 'D. jars, so we are"sure to bays plenty to -TEe first floor is two store rooms, Price f 500.. '
C., Nov. 10.Re eat and some ready to spend." The plan of the department for the
", ''ports from jnald, agents of the Depart- Here are eome reports money from agents Washington, D.*0.;; Nov. '7_Flatly; present fiscal year contemplates the 20x65 feet each, built so as to'be
tfnent of Agriculture often throw hu"WJ In' Georgia charging injustice1 and discrimination establishment of 82 terminals throughout thrown all ,into one room if desired. rfo. 6. 5-acre) lot niar the centerof

;' interest light on their experience "There ia much interest in"'canning' In' the selection of general.' of the the country which, will distribute 'The second floor has 4 apartments Kissimmee, adjoining Aultman',

while" in agricultural district. Particularly vegetables. An old colored, woman army, oft army, officers here 80,000 sacks of parcel post and about or' suites, for offices 'With' private Gardens' Suitable for dwelling and '
Ie this true of the agents requested information of me so her are pointing how the infantry arm 20,000 sack of letter mail daily. As ,
who are engaged in demonstration 'chile what tuck after her ole haa been neglected in the appointment the volume of the parcel post and bath in each. Water, sewer and truck garden. Fronting 1280 ft.' ,J,.'.

work among the bbyi' and girls' club. granny ,who kep some of everything, of' officers, for brigade and division letter post increase its distributionwill electric.lights. 'On Central avenue Price $500.. r .I

Some of the reports contaIn pathetic could put up beans and thing like commander. There are 22 generals, be taken care of by the terminals; Rental capacity 11740.00 (U%Hat > .
references to the conditions major and brigadier in the line. Sevenare nd the railway mail train will No. 7. Lot 36x105
encountered dat you.had at the fair last year. She crews present ''low rents). Price. on Emmett :
while others show the determination was given canning instruction and a from 'the infantry, 7 from the be t increased. street, in'the realr of Osceola Hardware '
\ on the part of the juvenile pupil. of number of bulletins on the subject." cavalry, 8 from the field artillery. and Since the inauguration of the parcel '1 ,OOO. ':Co. and: '.
the Department in not only following "A little'' girl .of Upatore deserves 6 from the coast artillery. The total post the bulk of mail has become so '' adjoining Wilder' 6',
out the instructions of the agent but special mention. Her parents are number of officers in the army; ia heavy that -it is impossible to distribute No.2, 'Twostoryframe building c studio. Brick paved ,,fctreet,. city 'I:
In endeavoring to mako good. Here poor but good people of fino eenso. 8,474, distributed in the' several arms it all on the mall trains! hence the on corner lot,24x65 ft on Dar water connection. Good business lot' ::

Is a report of a Farmers' Cooperative She went to school, stood at the head as follows Infantry.. 1742, cavalry establishment of the terminals. The lington avenue and alley 1st floor or dwelling, Price $800, '"'

Demonstration agent in Alabama in of her class; did all the-'work of her 765, field artillery 252, coat! 'artillery terminals ,,also increase the speed of I Is a store room, the'second floor'I. /
reference to the dirts' Tomato Club patch except plowing working morn- 7)5. If general should be selected the mails, as during the time mail No.8. Fractional lots 1'a
6-room apartment with'city1 water. 1, 2, ,8,
to the of officer.
work. and evening borrowed money for' according proportion lays over at the' transfer points it is a
; '
"One little girl who lives on top ofa canner ing and cans, and has put up 600 In the, different arms the. infantryshould being "worked" or distributed by the Rental capacity; $420.00.,. 12% at' block 10 Robinson Add. This is .

mountain cleared and fenced her cans of tomatoes and 200 cana of have 11, cavalry 5, field artillery terminal clerks, instead of tacks lying present; low rents. Price $3500.00.No. .one of the few vacant tot with R.R.:,, "

r own plot dragging rails, one at a blackberries besides a variety of pick- 2 coast artillery 4. still waiting for the next mail trainto i sidetrack in Kissimmee, suitable "
. and for The recent selections these of. pick them up and distribute. &:. Broadway property in
rr- tlmel down the mountain side A>t les, sauce, jellies preserve say for dwelling, 'warehouse; or factory, )
lives alone with,her grandmother home and market purposes." fleers, " emphasize the injustice center of business section. .'Flat.I .About 125 feet Hand and. 'i"

she had no one to plow for her so she. "Three-fourths of the member of which deprives the strongestand I Iron" corner,, Stewart 'avenue and. On street s, ,
-about 75 feet R. R. Price ?, it
and her grandmother dug the plot the. Girls' Tomato Clubs visited this moat important arm or its proportion on $ 50. .
,. up with a grubbing hoe. The plants, week are regular 'hands' on their of generals. The Infantry feels MEMBERS OF 87 feet on Broadway. Two story I '

ir. having no fertilizer except a little fathers' farms," writes'an agent from 'I this and asks the reason. Certainly frame building; 1st floor' storeroom "No. 9. Beautiful dwelling. lot r

barnyard manure, are slender and of South Carolina. "One girl is 12 ;year i the arm 'which for the past six years 2nd floor 5-room apartment, corner of Aderhold and Bass SUu, '. :;
r yellowish old and weighs 108 pounds. She told has carried off the honor At Leaven- BOYS' CORN !
I' a color and I am afraid she city water. Also a two-room frame with, cement:sidewalk, one bearing ;
4 won't make many tomatoes. She split me she learned to plow two years ago, worth cannot be accused of lacking ,
her4ankle.with, the axo while chopping when her father was .cripple. She available material to furnish commanders office building with city water. Annual grapefruit tree. Lot .66d6: feet. If

r stakes for her" plot." prepared her 1>10 acre with a two- for .infantry divisions and VISIT WASHINGTON renting capacity: (f.t low rents) Price; $400.00 .?
Here horse plow hauled her fertilizer scattered brigades, and yet it would appear that 570.. Price'$10,000.o,4. V '
l p$ in Arkansas are some who sparks i II also from engaged an agent bedded,. transplanted,''hoed and this i* the case; if we judge by the No. 10. Dwelling 'tot adjoining', ')i, t
plowed it without anyhelp at1' alL constantly decreasing proportion of 600 acre.'of muck, prairie '
.Girls' Tomato Club demonstration my residence. fronting 75 ft on.<, !
I her generals selected from the infantry. SECOND WEEK IN
work When went to tomato garden DECEMBERTO and pine land adjoining city "
] about 'half mile from her home i the Aderhold street. One bearing: ';
a Officers of regular army are ..
," "While Visiting one of my girls I found I it to be in a very productivestate. promoted in order until they; reach the limits;all under fence; county roadon ', ,grapefruit tree.' Price $360.00, 'j": 9 9b
, found She had been lick for two weeks ." grade of colonel. All brigadier gen- north side; railroad on, south; ;

.. and unable to get a second planting I This Is from an agent in Virginia:' rals are named by selection,the President RECEIVE DIPLOMAS FOR PRO with canal, lake and 'orange,'grove To real:t estate agents selling any' ', :
i of tomato plant' out. I took the matter .'A.' peculiar condition was found in FICIENT CORN PRODUCTION {;
and the Senate
II nominating confirming for western boundary. This Isl' of the ,,.bon property; I will paysthe I:14 ,
up with two young. girl member the village of MatoacL The 'Holy them. The major general :AND. CANNING FROM SEC r
, and they came down with four friends Jumpers' had invaded .the place and I are almost always selected from the RETARY HOUSTON.,, splendid dairy farm proposition usual.commission. >
' and set out all the plants. A fine lot two little girl club members had been I brigadiers. Of three general officersnow - -- .- .j
.' of tomatoes developed as the result. I convinced that it was 'worldly minded' in the service three were jumped J. M. WILLSON, Jr. :;\ '

I The little sick girl was carried out in I to raise tomatoes and have 'dropped: from the grade of captain to be brigadiers Washington. D. C., Nov. 10.-Members OFFICE IN WILLSON BUILDING KISSIMMEE.. FLORIDA {14'
\: 'a ch.l0 see the fruiting plant and out of'' the club work." 'I and none of them were taken of the boys' corn clubs will be 14'r

'' 'how she enjoyed the scene and appre- from the infantry.. Several years ago, in Washington during the scond weekin ,
t elated the kindness of her little friends after one of '''these officers had been December on their'' annual trip to
j. was plainly; indicated by the tears SOUR, ACID STOMACHS Jumped over, 1,500 other' officers of receive' diplomas for proficient corn '1M11'r .
''' streaming down her face when she OASES: OR INDIGESTION and from
higher.rank, the Senate committee on production canning Secretaryof
,tried to extend her thanks.'* Military Affairs served notice on the I Agriculture Houston During the u' r
f-, Flossie hasn't any 'cans' and her Each' "Pape' Dlapepsln" digests 3000 War Department that no officer below year 91,196 southern boys each planted
Pa is so contrary and against this grain food, ending all stomach the grade-of lieutenant colonel would : an acre of corn. The members of '
f!f newfangled doing. t.hat'he won't buy misery In five minutes. be: confirmed as a brigadier generalin i the girls! canning clubs number '33- V 5i

: cans or new jars or tops," Is what an I the future. Since then the brigadiers 060. The government is not 'payingthe' _
Tim It! la five minute all stomach 4
M' agent was t.o1d'by. a mother when he have been chosen from the.colonels 'expenses of any of the members.The _
[r\':,\, was making a visit in connection with distress. will go. No IndlpsUoa.heart.bul'l1 of, and lieutenant colonels. expenses incident to the trip will _
canning club work. "Anyway, I have ; source or belching be borne by the different states and
broken hip and Flossie has to cook gas, acid or eructation of undigestedfood But that 'has not helped the ,infantry by''commercial organizations. -
my cpuntiesNor
foul in the of selection of officers i
take 'no dizziness, bloating, matter -
>;( and wash for four men and care ,
. ,' of me and we won't put up any fruit breath or headache. from that arm of the service. For the past several years a 'few -ROW and
< !I I Pape'a Dlapepeln-1* 'noted for It* The men who have the power of selection -
5f if her Pa stays contrary. girl, members of the corn clubs have pro-
t4' >' bright and brave> but with ,a voice peed In regulating upset stomach. Jute been partial to other duced than.200buehels of '
, | the surest,quickest stomach remedy ,, hence, it &is claimed'the infantry more corn CLUB I
choked with emotion and eyes full of It 1* arms per i acre, and it is thought that, notwithstanding w 'NITRQ ". :
la the whole world and beside It In the matter of general officers, ,
I-will'have 1,1
' tears, said'I: guess to the drought, there will
harmless. Put end to.stomach Is 5 short while the cavalryls 2 ahead wt
I ,
an 'Steel Lined "
; give it all up but I did want to go to be good records this year. A numoer 'i''
trouble forever by getting a. large and the field and coast artillery 1
> the schools and learn to do thingsI of boys have been striving to
of each ahead. And it is also
Pape's Diapepstn pointed
fifty-cent case SHELLS ;
light break the'record established by Jerry SHOT
l'' tEttai> Ealy and Oro Red have moved from any drug store. You realize' in* dut 'that of the 7 general officers Moore, of South Carolina,' who, in <* *tml lutimm
, five minute bow,needl..s It 1* to sof- credited to the infantry only'4' were
'on tomtaoe their own They farm have too planted late for bunch early fer from Indigestion. dyspepsia or anystomach appointed direct from the line, 2 having acre.1910, produced They, in addition 228% bushel, expect on to one ac- Will Boost Your Shooting Average 1 j '
disorder. It's qulck..t".urel1teand been taken from the. staff and 1
beans after which they will raise late complish this at a lower cost of production 4'a'
: tomatoes. The"ir! father died in February . moat harmless stomach. from the volunteers. It seem certain! that several "PRY the Speed Shells this season; they get the. -
"," doctor In the world. No attempt is mad. to fix the blame
;" leaving the mother with eightchildren. hundred of the members'will A
get load bird quicker than. other shells
for the discrimination to
.charred but any
-Ac your
y .
: These glue with a fourteen- yields ftlwiv the 1 nOh..1 mark
.. ,. If a close calculation Is made it wouldbe Farmers'-cooperative-demonstration( ", you ever used You: ,take a shorter lead Bangles e.1,1 1.
found that since the,establishment!
.. "n \ .. of the General Staff the Chief of Staff agents of the. department are making bother you lesa-T: you get more hlJ&0'1, ;t 'J'
the .1"
a systematic campaign throughout
has been, with the exception' of- few'
t SJJjB VkCcsccK a South to show the corn-club boys the The speed of these sheila i. due to the feef lining-- "
months, an.officer from the cavalry, importance of legume .and winter to the way it compresses the smokeless powder and
and also that of the officer who
the have been close many"to the ,Secretary of cover crops.: Hundreds of acres are keep all the punch of the explosion: right behind the r

War during the last fifteen year,are are now covered with luxuriant crops shot where it belong. i'
of beans, and
' from the cavalry, field artillery and still cowpeas'and are being seeded soy to crimson more clover Get Rem'nIlon'UMCt' l timed Speed Shells 'of die /

coast artillery, Naturally, with the bur clover;' and vetch. The boys hurt dealer in your _lion. Se.' that.the Red Ball .;;<<

,, fir; ;IILDIL'E11t9FeVA1eUL urging rivalry men'that from exist their, they arms have of been the are planting rye and oats and arelearning' mark U on every boa, of shells and.nurtallic you buy. "., .; ,
the fundamental
service for' appointment general principles Co. '' .i
officers. as of proper crop rotation., Remington Arms-Union Metallic; Cartridge : ;. ',r
Each member of the girl's canning .299 BftMdwajr .1 New :Y.rk' 1'R

clubs has a garden of one-tenth of an .,

acre of She specializes on o a -. 4.
PARCEL POSTTERMINAL 9 the tomato plant for the first ;year, so I

; 7T7DANK before taking up her canning work '
she has acquired a good deal of the

AT yr, knowledge of botany; and horticulture.In 5
AZOUNT most sections- the South the 'jo'GR..A..Y'S'rOt-rE: :: :: G.A.ecE: 39 : c :)
" girls grow'' other vegetable than the

{ J JACKSONVILLEIN tomato, and in addition they; are encouraged Railroad Ave and.Dakos St., Kitsimmee, Fla. '41
by the department' agentsto
r .
Now have for ,:
can and preserve all the surplus' ready setting out '
I fruits ''and vegetables about their Strawberry Plants Eggplant Plants

". r impress upon the minds of.your children the value OPERATION N 0 VI 15TH homes.Thousands of,cans of peaches, berries .Caui fl AmsvAV: *Tomato* Plants Bell Pepper Plants ,'";

you and beans are in pantries in the ,((0'AndwaJ
IF of money, and 'inculcate into their, young lives the, South where nono existed a few ;years soon have celery and all kinds of vegetable plants : jJ'

: 'of saving their'pennies will have.. taI'en the, WILL,, BE THE ONLY ONE THE ago, as the result of the work of enterprising of- that grow best in this country, by 4 00 or 1000. ,
1 habit DEPARTMENT WILL OP girls. Large quantities :
also marketed by the Enquire of" NICK ROGERO, Supt, : Io
:. important'step, toward makini'.tbriftY'independ, ; nt ERATE DURING' THE product ,are ;
first members' ****************
uccestful men and women of them.. PRESENT' 'YEAR. Here is an agent's report to the de- # #* #.*#. *, ..
and \ii '
partment of what; one girl sold after "i
-- ... filling the pantry Fig and peach preserves -= -r----- , t. ,
,,' I' Washington, 'D.. C., Nov. 6.-The S
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F' \u\
sweet_ peach pickle, ginger
; Post, .Office Department to
', I expects .. l
I spiced small,white onions -
o pears, grapes
\ have the parcel post terminal at Jack ..
., : t' sonville in operation by about November pickled chili sauce tomato-ket-
'' To Do 'ItlTo :'i pickles stuffed 1
VW chup, green-tomato ,
;', TTie (, 15th, It. :was learned',at, the
\! -,. 'I Department today.. The new peppers! tomatoes corn and okra for

. A'Bank' Account for: Them ...." the tennlnal'will be leased quartersfor at the soup,.canned tomatoes, peaches blackberries '.,
?\ ," and ',ft
.. 'J'" t. grape, blackberry and
northeast corner of Forsyth and Madison
IF '0 ]
I Now..nere. streets- apple jelly, The department reports 11'11 T.
; .. '
'" I.. ,1" The terminal at 'Jacksonville'is the show wonderful records are being I Imade' STocK .
r' only one the department contemplates by the girls in the number of,
:, : tomatoes onone\ plant. Quite] / / JUD.tws ,
1;<, t operating during the present ;year, but grown' PLAIU91S STEAM SEEDS
after next July 1st .another terminal a number have' reported more than j MATCHERS 'SELII' FEED RIP '
may )be .established *The'department six dozen tomatoes on one vine. In ; e '.'I' WJllR"; EDGE .. TRI..masPICIUCU' r

; must necessarily; go slow in the establishment . several ''cases more than one ton'of, SOIN'GLe MACUINERY'ENGIWES. ',

k ''STi\rf'E\ of terminal 'during the tomatoes were grown. ,on, one-tenth of VPe .e ... SAWMILLS

BANK: OF prseent year aa\ nO 'appropriation is an acre, 801LERS ae .. 40 .. ........ ... HnIAWDVIT '

available for-rentals and the quarters "I COl'lVB'Yoal' .awn CAln"B'W'outGASOLll'llll' I Ai
r j, -<' : ' that are being secured in' the different NOTICE" TO.THE, PUBLIC;:, ,. 1 ENGINES .TRAM FEEDS "
: states are being rented to the
r , KISSIMMEE .. ,for very low rentals.. government Beginning December 1st, 1913, < the LATH. .I..S TAVS' MILLS '

. ; While the government is asking for sale'of wages of' carpenter*'insimmee' XL.. 'DISSTOJIf' SAWS ;

t-.,--- .. ... ;.' locations. at a very low:,figure,owing will be 49 cesrta pet hoar, and 1 SAW 81T11 tee all ___ .r --'_ % i ..

I. . 1\/: ; ,.- to,, the absence ,of an appropriation for carpenters' 'apprentices 30( cents llIA.rrJN'G .I'l1..IC'Y.. ',BOXIDIILTlJllo.
tfi t ; until' persons offer 1 4 ....-..,.. t. .... i
't".<. $30,000.00.aitor's Security 130000.00,, ing the locations will in,all probability .. per bout ', LOG CI..UJlla-CAN''I''HOOKIJ ','I'ONOI' "
1{ .Surplus" '' ; ultimately, be- the gainers.. The By; order of the Carpenters and Joiners : 'BTEII'W"I'I.ING 'Fog .run ,, ri
' a' : Officers and Directors: Department make '. r.
'+ would no positive Union ,No. 1859. SAWMILL ;> 41

f '.. r. *. CARSON, PretU j., lit. LEE.'VicePreet-. : twin statement that when today; the but'time it ia almost "cer : J.". W."ZEJGLER, ""''rite' lop

7 M. KATZ.'2nd,Vies Preat '", { ,[ contracting for, :quarters 'next comes July for 44.Ot Recording., Secretary: I PrfoemI

'. ROMA THOMAS ,Assistant Cashier when a Ave year contract will be p4 r '

4 '. 'r'' ". awarded 1[ ,' the department,be .One' little-: 'freckle: ,;on a, woman's r

1 1" ,,':'i.. '* ....,,. ,,t" !unmindful : : \ __ < v. .t when funds t were shorU:, In'other little bald spot'on: ,of a,man's.; . ;,
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in the culture' closet, which\was kept Quality that's plainly) appeniesb ,-1

.. '" Drop"v at, roo mtemperature. The; different UNIVERSITY OF that shows in the richness of effect,I
sets ;Were started on the following
Lettuce .F. .BfRCEItoF dates: March 1 10,' 28, 12, 29, design and finish quality you'boy_in, J
""falturdlStatio t I May 22, and June 5.. .motes I were FLORIDA GIVEN "
taken at March I
'1 1t" I irregular interv"la. on,
28, April 9, June 6, 24,. and:July 80.

., Not many years ago lettuce was otla were put in test tubes which conI I In the tubes placed in the, culture HIGH STANDARD ourfURNITURl 'I
regarded as garden ,crop and used tained sterilized potting soil. Some i closet, and kept at room temperature, s- [!

s'I ,only for homo consumption. But today of the tubes were kept In an ice chest,I, no tubes'apothecia there were formed but in some .
lettuce growing is a large Indus while the rest were kept at room tem was 'a mycelial growth.
-The biennial of the Com- j I Sterile processes only were 'produced REPORT OF ,
try. report perature.The OR. MURPHREE %
miasioner of of Florida I in all the tubes placed in the'fee chest,
Agriculture sclerotia referred to above were
for the years 1911 and 1912 gives the and placed in the boxes on duced.spore-bearing The above apothecia experiment were not shows pro The quiet\ tasteful pattern you desire -

number of acres planted In lttuco as March, 25, 1912.. On November 22,I|that temperature is an important fac- GRADUATES' CAN NOW TEACH for the parlor or drawing-room! ;
2,698'which were valued at 818807. 1912 the first apothecium was found;
of and
The fall crop is grown in the open field, and,on March 20, 1913, the last apes ttor 4 in the Infection production apothecia. IN NEW YORK STATE WITH- the.handsome, yet serviceable dor.

', but in the,northern part of the state thecium was gathered from these i I, Infection experiments Experiments.were tried OUT NECESSITY OF QUALIFYING able dining-room furniture-la a variety .
the Winter crop'fa grown under-- can-. boxes. The greatest number of otOUOUUOUOHOO+
apothecia -HO u
by placing_bits of mycelium on plants, and prlcea'thaC .1OoOOtOtt.OtO..ttoOOUOUU
j at .1
M vas. There are only a few diseases. ranged in diameter from an and EXAMINATION. here ",
L of lettuce'which give' t.he. grower Let.tuC'e eighth to a .quarter of 'an inch., I and injured by placing tissue. spores. healthy- -....- o.o.OU'otoO: ..ouoooootoOOjo) your shopping imperative.F.')
These Lettuce
t trouble. are Drop, \
\ On December 18 1912 about two
12 1913 small
Rot, and Root Knot. In this hundred sclerotia were gathered from I, On February piecesof A diploma from the University of O+O--H tj OOO.t.ot. OO O..OM See our display now for :your needs.
r apothecia were dropped on healthy
bulletin only Lettucq Drop will be. diseased plants'in the field and placedin lettuce plants. No infection occurred. i. Florida now entitles the 'holder to

; considered. a third box On January 25, 1913, On 20 1913 of teach anywhere in New York state '
: February pieces apothecia ;
.I Description. these sclerotIa produced the first apo-I were placed at the base of without the necessity of a qualifying' WHITE SEWING ? .. ,l j
Lettuce Drop can be readily distinguished thecium. On February 20,, 1913, about leaves of five plants where an injury examination. Graduates of the University
't' from any other:lettuce di two hundred more sclerotia were gath-\ had been made with a sterile scapel.In of Florida will also be given IVER JOHNSON ,BICYCLES
.< i sease. The rotting of the, plants first ered from diseased plants and placed 30 days one plant was entirely deicayed. credit now in the.universities of New 'i
York work' done in the Florida In-
attracts tho eye The very first sign in another box. On March 27 apothecia and three were badly affected, OLIVER TYPEWRITERS
only one side of the plant becomes to in this box and I stitution.
F ,, began ,appear while one plant remained healthy.
only on esido of the plant becomes continued to' be produced until April \ On February 20, 1913, pieces' of 'This information was contained (in q .,
affected at first. But usually thevhole 19, 1913. After that date no anothei apothecia were placed at the ground a letter from President A. A. Mur-
: plant is involved, one leaf after i eia 'were found in any of the boxes. j line of five healthy plants. In a month phree, of the Florida university, which I KISSIMMEE FURNITURE CO.
the other sinking until all the : It ,seems and moisture fall I i plants were affected.On was read at the meeting of the state
leaves have dropped. Later the head ,I are determining causes for the j February 12, sixteen' healthy board of control, held yesterday morn-

becomes affected and falls over and .'. protection of apothecia The mean plants were treated, by placing some ing in the Windsor hotel. The Infor- __ ..__ ,_. t!!! '
the whole plant appears as if scalded monthly' temperature for each month J mycelium from a pure culture in con- mation which was Very gratifying to -- -- C
,with hot water. On the, under, side 1 I from November to May was below tact with uninjured portions of each the board will be of a great deal of -KH-
.f the, lawer leaves there is a white 67 degrees F. The lowest mean temIpcrature .' plant. On February 24, fifteen of the interest to the citizens of the state. mill 11 mi i'
cottony fungus. Later there appears thatof with 1 : ', J A. CRANrOKU. 8. L* LUPFER.
; was February, plants were affected with the drop. President Murphree's Letter C. CARSON., "
,t nodules which become black. These [59.2 degrees F., CI Other Plants 'Affected by SclerotiniaI In his letter President Murphree PmMimt VIcc-FrMidcnt. 8eeNtar7 ,.

black bodies can be found in any of I During the latter part of November'compla.ints I Libertiana. .. said! "Some weeks one of our :
the decayed parts of the plants, es: were received from the i I In the celery fields the crop is affected students asked for credit in one of .
pecially!! in decayed'' IItalks.II1storJ' the New York colleges for work done '
lettuce-growing districts that the drop by 'a disease known as Root ' '
had commenced in the lettuce fields. Rot. .It' has been shown by other In the University Florida. This, J KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ; -
Lettuce Drop may be caused by This corresponds/whhe the time-apo I writers that this disease is due to he says, was denied because our Institution ;
more than one fungus. (There have thecia began to appear in the experiment Sclerotinia libertiana the'same fungus had not been ,recognized by
been three fungi found associated with boxes. Complaints of "bald- that causes,lettude drop. in handling the New York state board of regents.At I
drop indifferent sections of the United headed" spots, occurring in the seed t this disease in a celery field it would once I took this matter up with
States; Sclerotinia Pythium, and beds, were received also. This seems be well to follow the same treatment the regents., This has resulted in favorable *. Rough and Dressed t. t
Botrytis.! ) The lettuce drop is caused to indicate that the production of apo-l as 'recommended for lettuce. recognition by the board of '
in Florida, bowever, by Sclerotinia thecia in the boxes was coincidentwith The writer found about 2 per'cent the work of the University of Florida.
libertiana. the production of s in of a cabbage crop affected with this "Our graduates may teach "
This disease was first reported from the lettuce fields. F. F. Stevens (in disease in a field that had been planted where in New York state without the PINELUMBERHOUSE :
Florida in 1896. from North Carolinain Bul. 217, North Carolina' Agr. Exp. to lettuce the previous year. The necessity of qualifying examinationof
1897, and from Massachusetts in Station) says: "The sclerotium ger- sclerotia were found in the stalks in any kind. Our students are given
1900. The disease is now known in minates under suitable conditions, considerable numbers. one year of advanced credit towards
all the South Atlantic states (North usually after a lapse of several monthsto Treatment. professional: degrees upon presentation
I Carolina South Carolina, Alabama, nearly a year under field condi- ((1)) All diseased plants should be of B.'A. or B. S. diplomas from BILLS A SPECIALTYIllMMIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIH
Georgia and Florida), and also- in tions./ .'' In Florida under favorablefield removed from the field as soon as they this university. In other words the .

,, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York, conditions, sclerotia may form j are known to be infected. : University of Florida is an acceptable : .irr'C
Ohio Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,'Con.necticut. in about institution to the board of regentsin
\ apothecia thirty days. .I i (2)) Drench the place where the infected , . . II.
N Wisconsin, Iowa, Washington , The sclerotia used in the following plant stood with Bordeaux mix- New York state and its work receives -
Vermont, Maine, Maryland Delaware experiment were gathered from diseased ,!ture. 6-5-50 formula,or with bluestonedissolved the same recognition as that of .- --, -C-----

and Virginia. The disease plante.on J ebruray 15, 1913, in water (one pound to seven Cornell, Columbia and other leading : ..
sprees C. CARSON Presld ilt N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
rapidly and is persistent in and had been standing in an open I gallons of water). universities of that state. ,
,.. affected fields. dish at room temperature until used. ((3)) Do npt follow a crop of lettuce "These two items! should be encouraging -
,t Since 1896, damages have been Sets of sixty tubes partially filled with with celery or'celery with lettuce, as to us and of the greatest interest
caused by lettuce drop in different sterilized soil were taken at irregular .both crops are subject to this disease, to the citizens of Florida. The Waters & Carson

y 'places in Florida, ranging from 5 per intervals; and five of the sclerotiawere j Foot Rot in celery being caused by New Law Building. '.
cent to a total loss of the crop. The dropped into each tube. Three Sclerotinia libertiana. At a meeting :yesterday the board I

,greatest damage which the writer tubes! of a set were then placed in an I ((4)) Set out only healthy plants.Do also approved the plans of the new
occurred In 'a field had. been ice chest where the temperature' was not take plants which are growing law building to be erected at the university Grocery Company
planted in lettuce for four consecutive kept between 52 and 66 degrees F. near diseased areas In beds ("bald- in Gainesville. .These plans. 4
seasons. In this case the grower did and the other three tubes were placed headed spots"). were drawn by W. 'A. Edwards, official '

not realize for the enough fertilizer.from In his crop to ____C_-_ _ _ __ _-_ _-_ _ _ _ _ u_ _ .-- - - _- _ ...... 1IIIE> architect of the board.
pay an adjoining ; Reports from the heads of various Wholesale and Retail Dealer..luGROCERIES!
field where lettuce had been planted
other state institutions were rcveived ,
for'three years, the drop was not yesterday and routine business transacted I
j so severe. The grower said, however, before the board adjourned.
that every year the drop became worse Homer Dallas Calvin Times-Union. ,

,, on. that piece of land. ... '
Infection in the Seed Beds.

_, ,Often many plants_die in the seed 1845-1913 L A. HAMILTON 00 0000..0..0. . . 0.., ..Oi,.0. .O........ t
beds. Sometimes this occurs in con- 4 o A

i .tinuous areas! whcare, called by the ,. REFUSES 'TO STANDAS O WE SELL: < WE BUY:

'): grower "bald-beaded" spots II plants The following beautiful l tribute to 'sons of that city. Sermon by Rev. J. o HAY, : : \
of these
t are taken from in near field one become spots affected one whom we in this city had learnedto B. Wescott, assisted by Rev. Santee. o 0 HIDES, '0.:
and.set out they
love and esteem for his noblenessof The/remains were quietly and tenderly GRAIN. 0 ;
with the later in the CANDIDATE, FROM PEEL
drop sea\ A
character and unimpeachable integrity Jaid to rest in.Mount Peace ceme- ..... i < 0 FURS, ;
son. The Fungus. and manhood, is taken from tery.. FOR CANADIAN PAR--, e FERTILIZERS, < .

c'. It has been' demonstrated by other the Oberlin ();JCans.) Times, in which He 'has occupied-many public offices LIAMENT.The oOo. WOOL, .

h writers, by isolation and infection that. city our departed' friend resided .for ''In Decatur county, being tho first : SHINGLES, ._: : .,,' : ..
. ,
many years. I County Superintendent of this county .t:
Lettuce Drop ia caused by Sclerotinia Y
l-' ., second notice. I - ..: .r.aiORANGE/.BOXES\ ;; }'oOo'I /0" AND .
.' libertiana. .' I I by appointment, and the County clipped froma \, | y;
't :. Last week the'sad news reached j Clerk by election. His superior Of ;4/"iOMi &w.,1'B ,
.".,)", .. \Vy.This cottony:' fungus mass* on shows the under itself side as a of white each Oberlin of the death of Father Cal-{ executive and clerical ability was at Canadian paper, will be read Hamilton with 0" ORANCE WRAP,9 KHmi.l + ALL }, : j.
interest by our people, as Mr. ",
the .
infected leaf in which small bodies vin and with it came .sorrow to once recognized in the southlandandhe ,. 0 .
/ ;
hearts of friends in Oberlin and is regarded as a permanent winter O 'VEGETABLE CRATES: COUNTRY e
,formed, at first yellowish white and many was selected as the first 'mayor of resident of our city, being the founderof : :.
Decatur county. He has spent the that and re-elected and I 0
then black (the sclerotia). city was occupied
Kissimmee Club Co. which has
:The fungus tides' itself over 'unfavorable greater portion of his life here, having the position until he resigned 'laid the out extensive golf links, : 0 CRATE NAILS, 0 PRODUCE. .
been a prominent citizen from the because of the injury received. Under oOo. .
these sder-
by forming
?. .otia. They vary from the size of apinbead early\settlement of the country until his administration the little villageof candidate"James R.for Fallis Peel is in the the Conservative election to : . 000000 0 .4,. . 0 .. ..0... .........

to three-quarters of an inch. about three years ago when he felt St., Cloud grew to a city'' of 3,000. be held on Monday/ November 3rd. *

t When the lettuce plant is in the last that his health might be benefited by Popul[ tion.- He waschosen, on Saturday last ,on We sell field and garden seeds of all kind. _
stage of decay, these black bodies can seeking a:milder climate. "who No man I During the year and one-half of his the first ballot amid a scene of Inter- We give Special attention to fitting out hunting and eaalac'putJeL. ;I
be picked out of the mass.. As manyas was more loyal( to the he boys and when wore he' sickness and suffering the faithful de- est and enthusiasm rarely equalled at Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .
the blue..than
110 sclerotia of different sizes have was establish voted ,wife was ever present to min political conventions in Peel, a county We are,cinnty agents for god fertilizers. Ask as far dremUrs sad
first heard of the plan to an
been picked out of diseased lettuce ister to want and need. Human
one and at St. every noted for the intensity of its poll. prices on fertilisers. .
plant, _, '. ..After the aclerotia have been in the Cloud, Florida, he was so favorably the long siege, his comrades and! "One of the candidates nominated, .

'. spit for a time they put, out small impressed financial sacrifices with the in plan order that to he disposeof made friends in offered every kind- but who later withdrew, was Mr. L.
''m> room-like.fruiting bodies, apo he ness and performed every helpful act Hamilton, of Lome Park and Kis
thecia..These: are only one-quarter his property here that might that was possible under such circum
simmee. In.declining the nomination
i ,j "":,, to. one-third of an inch In diameter,. spend his last years with those by stances. For all these kindnesses the Mr. Hamilton spoke of the conditionsof
: ;;, ,.'. :and are. born on the ,top ;'of a'stalk, whose side he fought for his country family will be forever grateful. the county which, he said, had been

i.i- -- onepinch) and a quarter inch to In young manhood. Tis with. the deepest 'sorrow we brought about by the efforts of Mr. BargainsFor
,. '' i long, Within these apothecia On May 12th, 1913, at his home iri these .lines. Father'' Colvin has Blain and Mr. Charters and he 'was ;
\J', ; there are small sacs (asci) con St. Cloud, from, a fall, he sustained been much more than a fatherinlawto sorry that anything had occurred
the spores. When there is injuries to his right 'side and head the writer. When the opportunity bring about a change. He had
.,01\: \ pressure'within the ascus, the from which he never recovered. Paralysis afforded e''were almost constantly confidence that the party would nominate

.' top is pushed off,and the spores ejected resulted from the fall and dropsy together, on" the streets, in the office' a man worthy of itself and of the :
;. F. L. Stevens. (North Carolina followed which was the direct cause in the home. Daily we, sought each county,' o.ewho: would stand out for the
Agr. Exp. Station, ,Bulletin 217), estimates1 of his death. For over seventeen others company. ,For twenty years of that which was in the'best interests Buyer '
i the number of these sporesIn months he suffered severely, yet,pa. association never'a misunderstanding 1 of the county and of the Dominion. .
apothecium to be about 31.000- tiently, and manfully he bore it all. arose or a' cross word spoken. His I Having Just returned from a two-
000 and that a single sclerotium He was cognizant of the fact from the '
may departure for the distant land brought thousand mile trip, and having seen
bear as many as*ten apothecia." t start that there was no permanent re. sorrow and tears that he never knew. very much of the West he was more Five-acre farm just outside city limit, with good deep well
Growth of. Fungus. lief and during the last three'' monthsof :While we rejected hls'pleadings to accompany than ever proud of his country and of pure, soft water; 4-room house, fine place for small grove and
'The'' fungus was isolated from, diseased extreme suffering and pain he long- him. he,left firmly believing ; hopeful of its future. He was not In poultry farm; with good high' school; church and market privileges. e .J.
;t Pt material and transferred' cul ed' for'the time when in God's' own that our family, in due, time, would apposition to offer himself as a candi This property is owned by a non-resident. Price $850.- Terms.
turn made on various kinds of media, way the rest might come the only follow. Disappointments and sorrows date." > '
,among them sterilized (green) beans perfect rest-the sleep fronvSrhlch must come in this world. Twas eVer I TEN 'ACRE FARM
". regular agar, and cracked cetn, Therew none ever awaken. 4to such,' 'twill always be, but in the world We have ten acres near the city limits, half cleared, in cultivation ,
of .Homer Dallas Calvin born; near GLOSSY'JI.A.m fine soil, high, dry land all fenced
was a good growth myccThim on was to come there wit .be no more sorrow, THICK. pretty location; owner Is
'1 the different media. In fourteen days Ann Arbor.. Michigan,'April 9th, 1846, neither parting., Father Colvin's suf 7XEE! FROM: DANDRUFF non-resident and says "SELL." No reasonable offer turned down.
rI after inoculation all the tubes had developed and died at his home in St.' Cloud a are forever passed. He has ,.. . This will make an excellent home well located, will pay to we It. >
sclerotia. The ;hyphae when Florida, October 21st, 1913. He was joined 11 2-100 acres adjoining the city limits had sic '
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of the tube began to branch and formed Pelton at Barrington, Illinois comfort in the that with good city advantages good
'. appressoriav or hold-fasts. ,The October 16th, 1866. Of union fin promise some day of .Danderlne.If : and trucking land, about 50 and orange
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s :tf- appresoria were round, black bodies, children; Lew ,W., of St.,Cloud Flora .yes, very I soon,_we meet.:again." tree, plenty timber to.rfarnr purposes, '2 00. Terme. one.. bearing. I 'I-
E "; I ,from an" eighth to a quarter. inch in ida; May Anow Mrs., Frank Graham you care.for heavy hair that glistens SPLENDID SO-ACRE TRACT. '
*, ; ;diameter.1 Harrison Arkansas;.. Ella 'J., 'From a Comrade.v with beauty and Is radiant with A Widow,baa 60 'acres CLOSE IN

i i : A:!culture .of.-regular' agar plates now Mrs...,M.'Parker,_Oberlin,"'Kansas Editor ,Times!' . . life: has an Incomparable softness and most of this tract of land I.very good short distance from city limits,
.wa..inade.frem,. : A'who" Is fluffy and lustrous, try I Danderlne. citrus fruit land, fine
; an apothecium on ; Mary died at four monthsof In the death of Comrade H.. D. Col. adjoining land, part exclllent groves OD
I X February. 6. ,On February. 7 : the age, and an infant daughter, who vtn-eaeh member of the T. E. G. Ran Just one application. doubles the place to enjoy the freedom! of pasture and trucking land,.just the
;'trot' .pores began to germinate' and on died on day of birth, were, born. som Post feels a personal loss. Colvinwas beauty of your hair besides It immediately o vantages 01 excellent country' life. and yet haTe the ad.,
14' tclerotia wore formed on Father Colvin when ''boy; dissolves every particle of church and good, markt8. ,
February a mere one of the very first comrades, This place Is cheap at $50 per acre
", ':,, the agar in each plate. ,> shouldered th* musket! and marchedout many of us ..met on locating in .the dandruff. Yon, can not nave aloe to buy a rooming house and but owner is desirous of seU1nc
r. In December tianafera were. made in the defense of his country., Ho county,' , heavy,: healthy hair If you bar terms if will sell at a bargain price'and give ,
." t., .. iron ,.'agar cultures to cracked corn; made a war record of which he.was Comrade Colvin was active In' the dandruff.: )This destructive scurf robs necessary; investigate this opportunity. ," ,
....' and: acHrotla ,were formed in a few justly proud:.. At,the battle of Frank.. organization'' and naming of the the hair of Its lustre. Its strength and '_, ORANGE GROVE PROPERTY. I
? 'I'".'If' dy.., By February'' the ,process had lira. he received a,, wound in the fore he having served in General Ranson'post, 1' Its very life, and 1C not overcome It 60'ru of orange land also good farming land .bout mile
L '\' .:.dftIed..'and, new ones" were being put head, the.effect* of which' he carriedto Brigade. He 'Post Com produces a feverishness and Itching of from railway station, school l and church, 5 one )
was our first bearing .
_vt.: :,The processes or .stipes ,were the thought, indirectly, mander and one of the most faithful the scalp; the hair roots '''tamI.... 6) acres of 1'oang' grapefruit trees! besides about 10 grove and j
t : .r?. 'r 4erU ,.no disk 'Was'' formed, and dissafltlni to be the'cause. of his recent illness and efficient members this writer loosen and die; then the hair faIls GIlt good land ready to plant to gJ'OYe4; room house acres mon
'. 'did not reveal any aborted and death.' He had longed for'weeks as adjutant while;he was the first served fast. 'Surely get a SB-cent bottle of -at $4500t on fa..orable terms ofpaymerit. stables,". and" a snap ;

,'*" x .ascU Theyvaried from one- for "Ella" and "the little girls" to commander and was his and i Knowlton's Daaderin from any drugstore W. na". many other flood farms, troves atte farms t i
,*jl..b i 7'.W' an inch io an inch in length. eoirife' and when, ,told early Tuesday friend for thirty neighbor- .and Just try: It .tra le Jnve tmenta. ,> and. d.
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V: .. of Apotheda.were morning by devoted wife and Colvin was never too busy to do
': '. : gathered at different, daughter, May./who were'at the bed anything in his power! for an old soldier -

, Maras'durfsg the.lettuce ,season with .Ide.tha they weuld be there ,that a neighbor fe a friend., He wasa .' 'Ih.' better'to"'have a light '. ,,
:,l p:,;. :.' '\ew' of finding,'out ,what factors night, he said, "I can't stay," "I can't good citizen: than a heavy heart" quoted the purse Wise I
.i,,6 t,., led the*production of,apothe-J wait" !'I must go,", and the spirit; d husband, a -cdnsIderatofattier: Guy. NELSON REALTY.COMPAN.Y'

.. a..-"Ai 9ver tour hundred sclerotia were,cended. to,the..Cod.who' gave it. and' manly man. May tho blessingsof ."Yes, but it I. still better to split 'Backof State Bank

r; 'wssl in bores filled withpottlpg soil. \ Tha funeraletvice was conducted God be with all his loved ones here the difference," added the Simple Mug.Pbuadelphla' .., . , KISSIMMEE FLA.i' .-
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A' : football championship back in of possibility.. .And he did mean to 1 &&L I,':
l _EVERY MAN AS the 90's. It was a glorious' victor", NO HEALTHIER'PlACE do.just\; that. '
I of course, and all the world talked First he dictated a' text book about ROADSTER Y "f
:' about it at the time, but not all its the business. The facts were all .MFTI
: ::1' LAZY AS HE CAN cost was paid for a score of years, and ON EARTH there. -He gave a copy to each-em. Winner Of 1300 Mile Glidden Tour I
,part of that cost was cutting one or ploye he decided worth keeping in the -. a
two decades off the end-of n useful I business permanently, and he cut down n THE 0EARLESS CAIl, : ?
AFFORD TO BE THAN FLORIDAAS the working hours one hour each day, -
,life.The increasing use or the gymnasiums explaining he expected each employeto "No clutch, to slip-no gear. .
,.\" I If by business and professional men 1 devote that hour to a study of his' 'to_strip.''
", f: is a wise feature 'of our modern life j business in the textbok. a 9
f.. }k .' .', SOME ARE 'lira methods. Golf tennis and the other 1 Twice each week he held a mass :A
THAN THAT' games that tate these men' into the THOUSANDS WILL TESTIFY meeting of alt the men employes from $475 '

i4 ; open -air frequently, rob the doctors.I 4:45: to 6$0: wherein he led a discussion ., ,.:. .
of many fat fees'and danger from ex. for- the good of the business.
AMBITION THE SPUR THAT i cesses in these sports practically does Every Saturday noon a similar meet- 1914 Improvement COMPL.KTK1.Y Eqv.rrED '
" ,' not exist, for the required exercise j WE HAVE PRACTICALLY: NO EX- ing was held for the'' women and
( ,( DRIVES SOME MEN BEYOND is not sufficient to overstrain any part. TREMES' OF TEMPERATUREAND !girls. Center control. left-hand drive. 4-eyllnder: lilt H. P. water M .: THE CAPACITY OF THE I Most of us come into thisworld Gradually'' he got/; his entire force: tor Bosh magneto standard artillery wheel, best quality clincher
; DRIVEN MAN with a fair chance of reaching adult PEOPLE LIVE PRACTICALLY well organized and interested in what tires, extension top wind shield, five lamps aka ,generator tools, 'etc. i
years and even old age. Yet one in IN OPEN AIR t.hey'were doing. Soon he had all the Make. 1.0 60 miles per hour on high speed SO miles on 1 gal. of gasoline i
\" I I"I i every five'' of us dies before we are employes interested in bringing to pulls sand as fast ... ANT stock car made. A strong, reliable, stylish; 'i
I YEAR ROUND. increase fully guaranteed car. Catalog on request Bub-agent wanted. for. ,
ji Don't overwork. one year old. and one more' before we pass the miracle -of a 50 per cent
Most of I' complete our fifth year. But thatis in the business for the year. Osceola ount/r;
U us do not need the caution.A .
: not our fault. We owe that to the few of us do. ,'ignorance, the criminal carelessness After short stay in this glorious each employe at the end of the year
A great man, whose measure of ac- and ignorance of those who have us State one wonders why everybodyelse the choice of an increase of 5 per cent .
complishments was the wonder of his in charge. We begin to be responsible does not come down and live in his salary or a 5 per cent cash ::
friends,once said: "Every'man is just for ourselves morally if not legally, in Florida; why they do not see the premium on his preceding year's salary a
As lazy as he can afford to be." It later on-no one knows just when- beauties and advantages to be foundin as a'' Christmas present, In case ar
might be added that some are lazier but it is a long time before we are old this grand state .as we do. the firm accomplished a 60 per cent .
:,; than that." But these twentieth cen- :, enough to vote. There is no healthier spot on earth increase specifically, in case' sales WINCHESTER I
tury times are strenuous. Competition We. keep on dying-half of us are than Florida. Its ozone-laden air has should be jumped to $300,000. To all
calls for unremitting struggle gone before we are twenty years old- given healtth and strength to thousands his salesmen he doubled the prize.
,. \\II and the winner reaches success because and we are individually and Increasingly of unfortunates who have been The business reached the mark set ,
he has.had more brains in his responsible for our early demise.A racked with pain and emaciated with about two weeks before the year end
., equipment, and in some achievements, larger share of us die from one particular wasting diseases, Health is the greatest ed, and there was a big celebration W HUNTING o
more muscle. Ambition lathe, spur complaint -intemperance. Of I blessing in life and the people of get set for a new ,and better record ,
,, that drives most successful men and course, .we associate that word with Florida are the healthiest in the en- the following year..
;, sometimes it drives beyond the capacity -i habitual superindulgence inalcohol, [tire United States. We have, no ex- I RIFLES WIL .t r
:J1',' of the driven man. I but that's only one variety tremes of temperature here and the THE KNOCKER'S PRAYER. c? r'
,... Theoretically, at least every man is I Every man and every woman; too, peolpe live practically in the open air -
.!!-- .. born with a limit of physical capacityof I owes it to himself or herself very ,365 days in the year, breathing the, Lord, please don't l lei this town WFor All Klhda' of Game

development beyond which he may i I; early in the adult, thinking years to I I balmy ozone of the fragrant atmosphere grow.. I've lived here for thirty years, .
not pass with safety. Some cross the take a careful and perfectly honest': which prevails everywhere. and during that time I've fought ev- '
line and suffer.It ', inventory of what each one has in the Here if a man has moderate -capital public improvement; I've knocked x There .are- eleven different: -*+.-
is a safe proposition that, the way'of physical and mental equipment I I he can easily acquire a little-.home .ery everything and everybody; no firm f raw models of Winchester'' Rifles sfi m t
physical exertion demanded of any to determine 'the capacity, the near some progressive town and live in individual has established a business tf ? : '
man by his regular occupation does limit of the capital with which each': comparative independence if he is not here without my doing all I couldto "' made. From thenvit is an,easy. a $ r ; r
not injure him does not overstrainthe has to work. There is little, danger I too lazy to work his own put them out of business Tye used '
muscles'that are employed con. that we shall overestimate our mental His children can have the benefits of every.underhand method known' to the t matter to'select one suitable for Ai1(4 '

stantly and systematically, nor the' capital.. There is real danger of intemperance the best schools! they can get' culture knocking fraternity to" injure'their hunting
,., heart, which performs the work rep physically. and advanced education. Florida is a business;. I've lied about them, and any game. Reliability,
"j, quired of it by ordinary conditions. I' We have no right to have worn out state where abject poverty is practically :would have stolen from them if I had strength and; accuracy are themost'necessary I
1" ''i iIt is when he undertakes unaccustomed -! bodies when we are forty; they should I unknown. had the courage; I have done all 1 I '4V sI"s '
!f.exertion;' employing sets of mus I last in good: i working order for seventy i Any_man of any worth, is soon, !sized could to keep the town from growing; features. in a
.cles i before untrained.,and fo i subjects.them'and i'years.that's the goal/with'a premiumon I'' up?rightly here and his, capabilitiesappreciated never have 1 spoken a good: word for hunting rifle. Success and safety .
'"? the'contilluedlandi,:' the years that may follow.,''And' if, by, his acquaintances'who it, but instead I've knocked hard and '
violent strain, that he .is nearing the;| we individually shall study out what him to furthest limitsof often. often ,hinge-upon; them in '
',.. line. is intemperance for each of us, and if his and talent 4
: danger powers. Ability are It pains me, 0 Lord to see that in pp i'
'p'+ There are hundreds of instances to ,' we shall abide -by the result of our ,'recognized and rewarded. spite of my-knocking this town is beginning .bi -g.amo shooting. Winchester '
;,'11 .illustrate this danger and to show findings, the chances of reaching our Social distinctions are not so closely Some day I fear,. w
how it overcomea the strongest. The ,i natural life limits will be vastly improved drawn 'here as in many communities I will be called upon to. put down sidewalks rifles have these important -' ,

\t, famous pitchers of the baseball world tCANE and honest, decent people mingle in front of my property, and virtues to the fullest 'de
'2-1. are old at thirty and the failure of with each other to their mutual profit who knows but what I may have to
their money-winning arms retires I I FOR PLANTING. and'enjoyment without respect to any help keep up' the .streets that run by .
them Just when their brain equipment ,| The number of canes required to prejudices that creep frequentlyin my premises T This; Lord, would be invest'iilJ
and experience. fit them to do their plant an acre will depend upon the other localities. more than I could bear. It would cost .
10,t,:, best work on the diamond. I distance between the rows, the distance Florida has a string of cities along; me mQney, and could not afford to '
The great prize fighters who train at which the canes are dropped the coast which are Unsurpassed for payout any money, though all I have lyii AT YOUR DEALERS'i
overtrain would be the better word in the row and the length to which progresMveness and stability inany was made right here in this town. -i li i
-for their big battles are out of the the canes are cut. Our experience has state in the Union. This. state has Then, too, more people might come iL .
ring forever at an age when men more 1 shown that, putting the rows 8 feet hundreds of beautiful interior towns if the town begins to grow, which ,
temperate in their physical exertions apart, 3,000 whole canes are sufficient that are worthyof any country and would cause me to lose some of my r
are just reaching the prime of their !!to plant an acre; and if good seed is their prosperity and ,activity is due to pull. I ask, therefore to keep this
strength. '| used, are enough to give an excellentlltand. the character of her citizenship. I
bodily town at a standstill, that may con-
Many college athletes in later years Select only healthy canes, and No one feels a stranger after he tinue to be the chief knocker. Amen, W. B. Makinson 60": : -
have counted their victories in intercollegiate reject all that are green and unripe. passes the portals of this grand state,I amen.-Cade City Banner. ; : a .
contests as bought) at too Plant in rows 8 feet apart. Cut the because the people are generous, hospitable '" S "' 4i
the price has been a canes in pieces having three or four ?
high a cost for and pleasure-lovmg. A short ::" 1
lige-long weakness of the heart, which yes to a piece, and drop .them in 'a residence here makes a man a' Floridian POWELL SEES STRONG Just Received New':Shells Leggings.! .,
has limited the capacity of their physical and every Floridian is a. walk.
exertions. It has involved a Some farmers drop the canes in a ing booster for his town, communityand -
breaking down or weakening of the single line from 12 to 18 inches apart state. Nearly all Floridians know There will be an increased demand Hunting Coats Oil Grease Etc.. ?
system which has limited in the row, By this, method of planting each other and most of them boost for California fruit, especially lemons, ,, ,
their nervous mental capacity through its reflex -I it will'only require from 1,000 to for themselves and for their neigh oranges and grapefruit, according to ,
influence upon the physical body. 1,500 canes to plant an acre. The disadvantage bors. That is the! spirit which has, G. Harold Powell, manager of the California -
,1 The famous marathon victors, fromf I is, however, that a thin and will continue tomake Florida Fruit Growers' Association. I,
down to stand will -obtained,' which will result Mr. Powell states that California
time of ancient great.' In the face of so many advantages
the had their individual days, in a small yield of forage. This it la that who will meet with stronger competitionthan J 1
have strange one
'\v date,they were brief and few. They small yield of forage'will not only be has experienced the rigors of the ever from Florida thid season and xc H sTr L
f but remembered only when their for the first year, but there will be a frozen north and 'the frigidity of Its that in order to cope with this Cali-
are records are broken by the later and light yield for several years. It Is people should feel warmed to'Wardsthis fornia' must continue to make each-

f ae ter .""nn"r_...__n_. nearly. impossible_L_ to fill In the missing glorious state where "all the shipment up to grade and advertise its i ji
oc"another autumn has I I When new canes are and association will Increase ,
brought The arrival once more the football season plaeeslropony.missing hills, it will be is summer Could we do the otherwise flowers neverdiet" than advertising' campaign and as the advertised 'REPEATER"LOADED SHELLS fl 1;
I that they make either no growthor brands of and lemons
annual discussions in the news- found invite else to here and oranges
with Its everyone come
and magazines! of the dangers a very unsatisfactory one. The old enjoy living as life'should be lived? were thoroughly protected in spite .of lii liiAll
.. that papers supposed to lurk about the established canes have such! an extensive There ii roomand advantages here the frost, we are looking for an increase. I Won. The Greatest Of
are violence of the modern root. system and draw so heavily for millions who tired of the said Mr. Powell.White I 1
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gridiron.and its call for every ounce i of upon the plant food and soil moisture north and wish more; to live where health in Washington Mr. Powell I Shooting Evenis ,

game thosa 'who are the chief that the new canes' have.,little chanceto and.comfort can be enjoyed the year visited the Department of Agricultureand I i
actor"and the accidents that not Infrequently make any growth. 'round.- J. W. Witty in St. Lucie Tri discussed the present rules regard''I
result in broken limbs and It is very important that a good bune. ' ing fruit shipments from California.lie These shells arenot expensive, yet their

death, are'deplored,. as if :, stand of -canes should be obtained at urged that the department send 'splendid.. shooting qualities were: ;proved
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.v only dangers. Sometimes i the first planting. If only-a half ortwothi1'ds DOUBLED HIS BUSINESS experts'to Southern California to determine beyond contradiction bytheir winning the<
they were of stand should bo securedit acid .
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not result, deferred for I 'will follow that one-third to onehalfof changes in the fruit as it ripens, in 'Grand' 'American ;:
bring death as a will be weeds. For weeds I would be e Handicap, the greatest of
yet no leas di- the crop Four the order to find out whether it '
aged proprietor *
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months, perhaps The more Important, will grow up between the canes unless i of a specialty house died. It.l.' a ,, for the to establish -I ? /' all shooting events. Most:of

rect results.of the game are In the exertion -: the stand is thick enough to smother business that few men know much a definite chemical standard to ,p% -,1 the contestants used high priced'loads ,
dallgers ing and of practice, them out, and it costs less to cultivatean i I about. The raw materials used ,in govern the shipment of immature but Winchester"Repea ,
of tohe will 20 tons of 'i
I" are lard the foundations for acre that produce (the manufacture of the specialties are fruit. -v I = r ';'shells outshot them all. To save moneW 1
there Hencewe ,
for and weakness In the cane than one of half that yield. !Imported front\ faraway islands. Mr Powell's suggestion was favor- ? ? 4
future troubles required to "hit the line should obtain at the start the very It was. the policy of the aged proprietor ably received and the department will ,'without"aacrificing'your scores' at ,
overexertion. best possible stand.-Florida Grower) to keep as 'much as nossible dispatch-experts to make ,the propes- S
hard few'events In our sad experiences of the business a secret from bit em ed investigations._Florida. Grower, I
'-There are more pitiful than the death We ought to think,before we speak. ployes, lie was an able-business man .' I shells ;,folr/ ,they,.::arq r
In the prime of his mental And 'yet the argument' seems ,weak; in many respects but,'the! best he. 'What' the. outcome 'will be In the \ '
of a man someUmes of us with thoughts so deep could do tell. But IIIGHINQUAIITPTII000II
for some was $200.000 a year of gales stricken republic nobody can
apnea fCesplendid specimen tl'of f before we,speak wouldvfall -asleep. and a '10 per cent net profit says there is much encouragement for. all' MOARAT$' .IN .PRIG.. Ara
in d. Their bodies are bills .Feld in the Cleveland Plain fair-minded citizens of the United _
physicalSt manho 'IM them, forf-the "I am very; much afraid I've spoiledthe Dealer.. States in President Wilson's prophecy I,
temples a.we directing p\rty! exclaimed Mr.. Wadley, One of his friends, who*was success that'theh|nations to the south of us I ; tr
minds that are magn grreeulta. osfaccomplishing ruefully."What's the matter",asked ful in the banking business, said his will draw closer to us''' because we I

'" ., But if know Us'wife: ,"I got your'memoranda former. employer's greatest fault wy are"'to' prove ourselves their friends
develOPme histories, W- would fled that mixed. I handed the menu to the orchestra his extreme,, secrecy'about ,his bust- and champions ort terms. of'"equalityand ,
th.l1' IiIe ten or twenty year ago, leader and the mu.lc1'"'cram neseThe" ., honor.'-New-York Times.. rj
too often back as Itroke oar pf to the chef. The waiters are now junior partner realized he had # ,.
they were famous" or a. "half-back" serving an intermezzo and ,we are not come into a one-man business if Most of man's illusions I .come out
the winning crew that, won the inteflwld listening ,to an'entree/" sF he wanted, to Develop it. to the limit with his hair. " i I IQal
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The i r 'a4oo4ooeeeooooee.o 'I ADVERTISED LETTERS '1 MISSION IN THECATHOLIC ),
Kissimmee Valley Gazette flounced and cautioned against. FInally .

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-- -- .'" -- -- "- .. .., TALKING KISSIMMEE 0 he-lost the-run the-days,of-Remainingin.thePoglof8ce..alIfie; .' -, .CHURCH ..
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\>/ KISSIMMEE. OSCEOL A COUNTY, Ff IJUDA.. COUNTY 6 and was seen going,through the townor I
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W:-B.- HARRIS \T. .::- -=:.- "-; ( 000.60.40, + 0.00000000,. with a fish pole on one shoulder 8 Advertised list.: for tho two weeks I CONDUCTED
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S.. J... TRIPLET - r. .-. ...' Editor; and. Manager Editor Trlplett has been telling other tagging at his heels. This settled his 'ending November 24th 1913.Alderman. I BY KEV. J.'.C, .
.'. counties how Osceola by ., .
. prospers .
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copy one and borrowed colored
SUBSCRIPTION; RATES: On year __.__':'__ _.._-___:-____$1.5 Triplctt started It and he' knows. and facing their a mouse ends jackass l Ina" ";. r'..,8:J ,,"IlllsuI''1. 1: "j I' 1.lIl11t
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... . he persuaded the nimal to kick him ,
. I.ItIIlI'l.' '. 1'.It,1I.lfll' will) be given (In the Catholic

til'ItHoIF.-I . )minion
l r ___. _... .. It is matter' near all' the- way to the *office, N -:-;Izun tfulls Paulist
:: ; of lour months newspaper 1.111 InNala church; Kissimmee, by a *
AJ1 communications, except from. our .autb wised correspondents, must b. record that Brother S. J.Tfiplett, of where he planked down sufficient col- .,.II IIIr., '11\1'.1.<llI. Uorse 1'1,11" JIlt.... ?' slinmliutu. father-the Rev. J. C. Allard-to. :.,.i i ,
*'rand by., the writer. ' lateral in advance for
the Kissimmee Valley Gazette, was twenty-two. Mrv.. nl which all, non-Catholics. as well aCatholics' ;
ti R Jod. master, will not b. returned unless called tor. },,.. the first -to raise the danger signal years' 'subscription 'to the pa' er. I.IIlls o:, .' ltullna"H. i .Ii. ..)1 i's W. tlflicks At 'lire cordially invited. The
-r---, anent the Japanese colonization. .InaHoliowa, MlaIi BI"a .- I I uot.'.' JI.\I." M"r Mission U a series of sermons and
Bat r.d at the Postofflc In Klsilmmee. Florida. as .econ> 4- la.. mall matter. Augustine Meteor. W. E. Newsome of Litchfield, (Ill.,. ..)'. TANS rhon"Is' lJIHN j1uClaud. ';)' -spiritual! exercise /and has for its obJect };
arrived here this week to look 11'lillams. AilsslvROlaler
1 ---' over the filing of solid religious con-/ "
--- --- nadir
a Osceola county is preparing to do our county, and was so well pleased "Mr\ fictions; the intensifying of those al-T

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 14, 1913 herself proud in the exhibit to be madeat that he purchased property and will B. B.. SIMPSON, ready fixed and by these means the ,

., '- - .. ','7'-,,-- ....,. ._,... _.. ';"-=:.,.. ,_ :=- the South) Florida. Midwinter exposition make: his home here permanently.' Postmaster. promotion of Christian character in

II : to be held at Orlando in Feb .. i _*_ ____ _J_ a.,., this community. If Christ does not.
WHEN OUR ruary. Much (expected- of Osceola, ADERTISE FLORIDA in the" hearts of it
WILL BUSINESS MEN CEASE FALLING For Sale-Motor boat'' Irt rood T condition reign today men
we know she will not disappoint in do not know Him. We
I because they
.1 Address
TIIE'BUNCOlTE1 if taken soon
cheap ;
FOR us.- e tlnel. .
Manager Jones, of-the Florida Citrus Kissiitimee. preach Christ crucified.'
.. Exchange has indeed struck a vibrating Box 674. During the mission the people of
In line with the action' taken by nearly every well rugulated Board of Editor Triplett of the Kissimmee chord in the sympathetic I--i n i Klssimmeo will have an opportunity
Valley Gazette has been down In WORK
Trade in the South, the Kissimee Board of Trade adopted a resolution several Palm Beach telling the board pulse beat of prudent progressiveand SLOW of becoming acquainted" with the
county II wise Florida when he suggests It was on'an East, Texas train The teachings of the Catholic church and
months ago pledging its'members to patronize no advertising scheme of'any I of there of Osceola how the'county made Klssim-com-J that the railroads do more toward little coffee pot of an engine, having this U an appear every fair minded

'character such advertising Florida and its greatad' wheezed laboriously''' over serpentine rd citizen to do-so.: Catholicism is
except newspapers iintil' advertiscing scheme was first endorsed mee grow from 1,200 to 4,500 in four .
: vantages.' ".> rails, jolted to a restful stop at no the strongest moral power in existcnce .
by the advertising'committee of' the Board of TraderThis years by sending out copies of the
: Valley Gazette and other There is no doubt but that the place in particular Tim passed tediously and yet otherwise intelligent

rule was adopted; as' a protection to'.our' .merchants,' as this stateIs homeseeksrs.. Triplett newspapers deservesthe trunk line railroads that enter this says Pulitzer's Magazine. Someof nvople. ) are deeply ignorant of it,'
state could'render a great service to the passengers stalked nervouslyup What they think about it is only' a
over-run during the winter months with a hundred or more men who work originating' scheme Florida I "
in Florida, and it should not be only by giving a reduction and down the aisles l while others farifMure.creatcd'by its enemies. The.
their graft to the finish. It was.. hoped our business people would take advantage for him to ,make trips aroundin necessary in the i exorbitant freight rates drew their felt hats down over their- American! claim to be. fair minded.
of order for the commissioners they charge but by letting the world eyes and tried to .forget it., When a }Hear then the 'defense. Do not blind.
this aid the Board of Trade county I-
but this
proffered, a case' week know what Florida has to offer: conductorcame
had the of veri
h o'f other counties to the benefit half hour elapsed Iv accept'the statements men;
,) proved 'they -were just as gullible as ever,, and the' Board of Trade -might of the system. It has see worked in Osce? The leading trunk lines of the through. ;.fy-them first. Truth Is not afraid to

just' aa well not passed the motion as far as its effect for good has resulted. ola and it should work in every other find South it and profitable West, outside to advertise of Florida the, 'Say, ..friend said a queruous- be known.'People- enough Intelligence '
j county in l'lrlda.-Orlando. Sentinel. voiced old man, "as near as you can to distinguish between real| and
,Every man who"has given the question of advertising the least thought country through which they go. Why j tell, what's holding us?" ; apparent truth need hot be afraid to
knows that the of advertisement Editor Triplett of' the Kissimmee 'not Florida railroads T We believe '.'We're taking on water," was the listen to the claims of the Catholic
placing card
an on. a on which are the that the two trunk lines that
Gazette .
has made final proof .of the I explanation.'Well rhurch. The Protestant historian-Ma.
;; rules governing hotels, which cards are hung in the rooms of hotels' for the fact that he was the first to flaunt the the state do less advertising than, any why don't you git another caulay writes "There is not, and there

I benefit of guests, knows ,it is .about' the most monumental fake that ever danger signal at the approach of the have railroads in of the country, and they I teaspoon That un seems to 'leak never was on earth, a work; of human
more the real thing to boost '
Japanese menace in Honda. Last something .dreadful!! policy 'HO well deserving. of'examina
passed through a printing press, and that the advertisement never returned week the Palatka News unthinkingly in Florida than any other state I lion. fas the Roman Catholic church,",

pne cent on the dollar of its cost. gave the credit to Frank Clark, who of Let the the Union.railroads TIME FOR ALL THINGS The scholar W. t:. Gladstone also a
recently made a vigorous kick in the get busy for Flur- Protestant himself thus
A man in that; graft game appeared in Klssimmee this week, and succeeded Congress of the United States. The ida and thus increase the traffic so The young couple'on the settee had "The Homan, expresses Catholic church has
; '" News begs the of Editor that they can give the people of the been engaged for only a week. lie
in marched for at the head of
working eight business firms for space his'card of 1,500 years
t' on four which Triplett; his was the only? originalwar state better rates; and then we'll try had kissed her fully forty times that human civilization and has driven
:' 'firms do not carry an "ad" .in the local paper. How this 'man turned the whoop on this important question not to be hard on them when it comes evening, relates the New York American. harnessed to its chariot, as the horsesof ,
to adjusting other little -differences When he stopped she looked at
another column
trick we are at a loss tojlude J:und, but he did, tip we have a copy of the tor Triplett's anti-Japanese we publishEd editorial such as service, etc..DeSoto- News, him reproachfully, and tho tears came a and triumphal material car forces, the chief of the intellectual world-;/

i card on our desk. , of July llth, together with his Arcadia. into her eyes as she said:
its art, the art of the world;.its genius
The Valley Gazette has argument for credit as the originaland "Dearest, you to love the of the world Its
fought' since the day it printed its first issueto only discoverer of the advancing Many a man puts his foot in it me." genius ; greatness,

keep money at home and patronize local merchants, and will continue menace. In giving credit to Frank dignity.when he attempts to stand on his. I "No breathe.I haven't" ," he replied, "but I glory been ,almost grandeur all that and'in these majesty- respectsthe have

,,) Ci\ I that fight until the end, but it is pretty poor consolation to see these very Clark part to there trip was Triplett no purpose from his on commanding our .- .- ... . must world has had to boast of."
I "'" ---- The mission will with
people we are endeavoring to make more prosperous give their to _p&sition on the firing line.- open sermon
money preached 10 ,. m.. Sunday the 16th
(, a man who brought not a cent into the city and left only as much here as Palatka News. Are Men Happier than Women? of November, and will close the 30th

would pay for a couple of cheap' meals and a bed. He. is of that class who "Osceola county will have a creditable Ida Tarbell Thinks NotA of I November.The question. box will bo. a featureof
exhibit at the Midwinter .
for has fair to
years preyed upon the public the mission.
taking he
? everything can possibly be held in Orlando February Any one may deposit
), .
grab and giving as little in return as possible. Such men are a detriment to the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. The a written question in this box. The
preacher will tread it before the au
any community, and we fair. .to see how solid, substantial business firms fall l paper also that makes be some other statements CONTENTED WOMAN MAKES AS A RULE A dience and give the proper answer.
disputed the ,
fr may S CONTENTED MAN. ,_ The
for. his game. days come-but which at least show speaker will not indulge in abuse

"'L>__ ____ ....___ 'n_ .. . the spirit of Osceola and the Klssim but give to his audience the same respect
I-AIICBV onuiv ;Jour JIIIUB uuvi3 aUUc1ed m can not nets their way clear tel J and consideration that he expects -
dues to the Board of Trade mee valley. "We will have a better "Men are not happier than women," adventurers and tramps at heart, loving to receive from cultured people.
pay or advertising in the display of products than either Or
space of says Miss Ida Tarbell in the New York the freedom of the high road, the Do .not miss the. mission. .
the local newspapers-the 'very mediums that are doing all in their powerto angel l Seminole, Volusla or Lako coun Press. "To women (it only seems so. inspiration of days free front'respon -
ties/ the Gazette. "We will be
y add to the ,volume of their business. awarded says first prize by tho fair foOaceola's r The assumption, pomes fromthe fact sibility, joyful and"careless. It would SERVICES IV THE CIUmCH OKTIIK
S that women have not the proper value never be from deliberate choice they MOST HOLY REDEEMER
The tille'may) come when business exhibit of vegetables and ation of their own business in life bound themselves '
r some men will annex a small amountof fruits. In addition to tho volurptary a treadmill routine (CATHOLIC) SUNDAY 16THNOVEMUEK.
gray matter to their brains and many "Men do not even have the freedom such as the average man en ; .
for contributions that
cease'falling the are' made '
song oily dures. It is,
"' the that women do. Proof of this lies in for that woman and child
tongue of the professional advertising grafter, but from the short time it re and without amount of to work the that is there done the fact that the average man is bound that he labors, and in laboring for Low Mass, 7:00 a. 'm.

,quired for the performance of one thing only, A mechanical task'on to something of the
be met and the county High Mass and .Sermon 10.:00
I e. on about as worthless, ,a piece of junk as ever -went out of a printing have commissioners for I woman's work gives her infinite variety ideal plane. A man's life' is full of : a. m.
appropriated $750 this per Rosary, Sermon and' Benediction of
and self-denial.
infinite freedom. Much of the
office, it seems as if the time is -off in the dim pose. With the of Housekeep pleasure the
. away distance. spirit friendly ing involves so many tasks, so very which social life brings he must fore Blessed Sacrament, 7:30 p. m.
. : competition so strong there must needs things that there is he must be o The Rev. J. 'C.'Allard. Paulist.
,' '," be many ,, constant go; physically 'fit for his will
t fine
.. "', -oooTIIEttDAILYcdNEWSPAPER ' -' a very display of the products and work. To be preach the of
. .. \ 'it of this wonderful change variation throughout the physically fit he must opening sermon the ,
y '.1. ' ''\'+:J:.,hh' 1' A.J1ft j, state at tho .Midwinter day, keep regular hours, sleeping and eat mission at the High' Mass He will ' ,

l', :-'tii''.i,. .\..,;, ..' ,,. ....\1110..,.' '! ... Sj :A TEXT BOOK IN THE ftThre : ''p t falr.-Tim s.Unlon. '"With the average man's work if is ing regularly, and being ''at. his ; best, also]pr ach'*atithe.night'service; j and!W'i; ,"'
<, '! for the 1 '
: next night during the Satur-f
every"PUBL day's-work. ] week'1
/ SCHOOLS" '" ,. not so. Take the clerical'worker, for It''is'only !( .
SETTLEMENT BY ARBITRATION_ instance. His life is A perfect tread by so doing that he keeps from lagging day excepted) as has been previously
a 'The other' the mill. He stands all at behind in his work and gets ahead. announced .
.following editorial, taken from the St. day managements of day a high "
Petersburg Daily Times
of desk sits !\Io it of the world's work is done"for There in Kissimmee
ninety different railroad lines running or on a high stool, addingup are today hun
the 13th.; Is in line with what the editor of the Valley Gazette has been west of Chicago were notified by and jotting down figures. His women. If one could imagine a dreds of earnest men 'and women who

;' advocating for the past, five years, and we are pleasedtokknow that such organizations representing forty thou task is endlessly monotonous. There world peopled only by men 'and strip through no fault ,//of their own, have
ed of
sand locomotive engineers and fire is .variation; there is no change. women and children this fact en absolutely erroneous idea of the
an able man as Editor Straub is of like ouinion. The of the would very soon prove itself. What : church
use daily newspaper men employed on those lines that on "But what woman does the same ,Catholic her doctrinesand
_r in.the public schools has proven very successful in Kansas and e the 10th of November they would ter=; thing in her household duties hour hours man would endure long,, .agonizing i practices. They can not reasonably
w of
1'I' believe. minate the wage agreement urraerwhich after hour? It is true she does the strain manufactur-I lie offended if I the pastor of this
I would'prove,: equally successful in Florida. they are now working. They same things every .day, but her.tasks I ing upholsteries, frilly garments and church cordially invites them to these
demand increasees'of wages aggregating , are varied enough to give her relief fluffycreations if there were- not services and the course of lectures,
I. ifThe editorial follows: on the roads .referred to $50,000 from monotony. In woman's work women to whom these things could be and sermons given by Fr. Allard. A
; 000. ', is given ? Of course men would go on fair hearing la asked for
The there even a chance for muscular Catholic
Savannah i
News says that It is well for children to learn : manufacturing and .
A few years ago their respectful and. development. Few are the tasks men I i making and inventing truth explained and upheld from a
about the great events that have happened in earlier periods of the business like notice would, have been engage in which offer this. The as- '| things-but they would b e' Catholic standpoint.

,,.,; r world.. The past is'a proper study: for boys and girls, although some replied to by an angry and contemp I sumption that men seem to be happier now very /fill different the world from and the things which The choir of- the church in Orlandowill

I f, school curriculum'reformers say that much 6f' the time devoted to tuous defiance: the immediate result than women and seem to have more large percentage' of engage a very assist the choir in Kissimmee at
after the date'named would have beena freedom lies in men's time. I the
the fact
4' j the study of history ancient and that when High Mass.EXPERT.
modern is think fail
wasted. Still it is women to realize
r' strike with all of its disastrous con the their own
man to his
; 'says good-bye wife
'f' (." ,' going to be a very long time before the study eugenics; for ex-: sequences.But in the morning and goes out to his office position-for homemaking and, child _.- -'- .---.---

;4. t ;.:. ? "{?ample, takes 'place of the- condensed stories of our own's when the notice of the employeswas I or shop, his wife fails to follow in training are certainly the broadest and 1-
1 ! life and of old'Rome'and Greece and later England:t' and Franc in received the officials replied that imagination the routine of his duties. before most wonderful tasks we mortals have -
us. Men :
i the' school room. But surely even the reformers would they would welcome a wage readjustment To her apparent thinking he .goes out their womankind are happiest when PIANO
find no that they would gladly confer into the big world to.a day full of in are happy. A con
' reasonable<< argument,to offer against the teaching of current with the representatives of the''menand teresting work, bringing him in contact tented woman makes, as a rule a cori-;
, j history to hildr 'n. If It is important to teach them ,what happened would willingly submit the new with fine, big things and events tented man. Remember I am speak .TUNING .

( from ten to two thousand years ago it certainly Is important for wage rates to an amicable arbitration j joy-inspiring and gratifying to am- ing always man of the and average not the exceptional -
them for adjustment bition. In truth she fails to visualize woman. It is a
to know what great things are happening now. What a contrast to what would have his real work-full of petty details mistake to talk so much of the artit! : Special attention to all makes of
is been done only a few back! and ficial relation of the 'sexes-separat- ;,i instruments
History being made probably more rapidly years eternal sameness. If women
, time. now at Under the former practice there would could bring more imagination into ing them as men' and Women. ft is a' Charge for tuning $3.00, for next
I I any And by "history" is meant mote than the do- have been a strike with"* all of its would mistake for women to 'blame' men :39-( days.
they that
play soon see such
I ing of statesmen and politicians: It includes the strides that are, far-reaching and calamitous consequences indeed (is not the case, and they would for so many conditions against which 1 Out of town orders solicited. .

being taken In'medicine, science, invention; the .arts. So many to the men, to the roads and understand something of the deaden-. women are crying out today. Ft' :
things of importance to to the innocent and blameless-public. ing-effect of "Rather should we be considered as D FAIRMAN
;, the welfare of the human race are happen routine and sameness. human 202
beings ,
W ':' ing all'the ,time that the question naturally arises as to how best area Ninety of railroad country lines populated cover by a vast "It is, after all, for the woman and each with his or working her own side peculiar by side and Fhpne Kissimmee, Fla. 'Box 197

"; 'i} .- the1 Children in'the schools may be kept Informed about them. 'No millions of people with wide-spread many child that men labor. Most men are splendid business to perform." -

i: :school history can keep tip with the current events. Children would interests involving countless 'millionsof .
;:: be compelled ,to buynew books almost weekly if they endeavored dollars, and.. the families and dependents . keep abreast of the* times through the school books. Encyclopaedias an.immense of forty thousand capacity for men suffer represent OOOOOOOOOO'OtOOOOOO.OOOo.. o O OOOOO.OOtoco a

t'' | find' it,.a ,hard matter, to keep .up with the procession of ing. .

t, :'" ;ierenU; and discoveries.. although. issuing. a new "year book" every It argues well for the future peace
. 'c t twelvemonth. of society and for the spirit that will .

rv :'. ;> But there .is a 'means through which school' .children can,be kept ance exist between of mutual the respect representatives and forbear.of. : The- Are ()

,,1 ,, informed of what',is'going on, not only in their own city and state, capital and those of labor that they Lights n.... . :

'but in the wide world over. And the events will hardly have hap- are willing to settle their differences .
by reasonable
concessions and j
".- ]>ened before the children' can be informed of them. That means I for each other's rights. Both regard sides ,

is the daily newspaper 'It keeps from six months to a year ahead will be gainers by the new policy in We

> cf the encyclopedias; ", and from one. to.five yeare' ahead of the school many ways perhaps not no 'wr call red. will be open evenings from Nov. '

E, c a ;.histories. It is the only possible history text' book'' that is? (on Tampa Times., 15th. .

'stantly. 'op to date. :And so the suggestion, comes; why would it WORSE THAN THIS FOR to Jan. 1st.Our Xmas line

; not l>e'a.good thing .to 'devote', 'few. minutes of the school's time MEN WHO DONT SUBSCRIBEA is in and

daily to'a reading of them or by them' to the classes, of certain se man once got mad at the editbr .:'. coming we want you to ," :' ' .
t ,lected clippings .from ,the newspapers of that day? of a' local paper, says an exchange, -:... '. .!- .come and inspect it. ". No. trouble
'; y .
It wouldn't be desirable.or necessary to read the whole news- about something that he did not print : ..
'pep.t'.1n';the class room, but the' teachers about him and went straight to the '.
: should?b to select office and stopped his .About to our goods.CA .. :
(, ", .h,,:.,-Te>y few minutes work, the. most important matters in .IttF4ilJiMers ,- two weeks afterward he paper.was,fined $5 .- .

: 'of general Interest such a. later ,may,find .their' : way into the for shooting inside the city limits, '- ...

."' ak<>ol} ""histories... An indexed book.could tkeptbV'the:; ? .teacher's because he had not seen the now city "

,' Aa; *il''oentalning' the important. newt items ordinance .against such sport, in the JEWELER ,
; front,tllty, At paper. A few days later he killed .
the'....:of:the..year. 'the.scrap. book ollldbe, 4laarded :and a new livery horse going to: a >dance .twenty.a COLE* a11* OPTOMETRIST '
,. '. started for the.n.w"'tem- The/ miles In' the 'I .. : :
.: ntwspapri are ene of the great-, country-which cost his, .. 4'
r educational force* .U18'Ol'nLc: : They! are the only educational! father $150 bard cash-because" he 1

!,f'r.It' **taa' kept strlctljrabreaat of the time. Why Should not, ,dance had not, had read.beehpostponad.' in the paper. u.that the .1'11' : i/,r : -. :il
;'tkey: kitwis.d'. f.D the pubUc'.cbeola1 '. t "',". ,. :-j. ,It., I taken in by two, sharps: .for. $100, II '. .J i//

,' r'i.n> .. :' whorfj. the paper: had ;ptablidy: 'de- ... . . . . . .....

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ft' Marvel Flour, new spring !wheat pro- 'ing. his numerous friends Mr. MoonWas '. ,

II I -_JBI aasBBl uloBBfH r"r_-* 1.i-Telephone it T ii '_No.i ''v :,duct, at_ B. 8'. Flpyd'fc: 43-tf will en this route week to'loclr-born""witb-'bie Ft. Myers, where he .. ______ _. _ __. _u-" __.. ___ _.__,___ .. : .. __ __ ., .;"

ai Published Every Friday 'By W. )J. .Sears; a Prominent Kisslm, legal lights in the trial 'of a celebrated
mee citizen. is among the out-of-tow case. r
_ f W. U. l1AIUU ; the city today on buslne 8.I f U
"' He arrived late Marvel Flour new spring wheat
'-- yesterday and is reg. product
Tr- I istered at the DeSoto.-Tampa Tri at R. S. Floyd's. 43-tf
OOO.O..OOOOOOOOOO bune.. : i Overcoat and Swe

R. D. Porter of the
manager Gray- .
Weather Report ; H. E. Swabey Is In receipt Of a atone, was a week-end visitor to
letter from< Digby N. S. Canada .
a niece of his. ,the Kissimmee Val- ) r

t : Following are the daily temperatures ley Gazette arrives at Digby regularly J. A. Blackwell owner of the tur- Days Have Arriv

II and on Tuesdays and passes the rounds. pentine !UUat Aahton, spent Tuesday ,
precipitation as of an appreciative in the city .. .
; ,reported by the Governmentstation' community. ( '.... ,_. '

I I at Kissimmee for the O; C. McLean and C. D. Carroll, Outing flannel a variety of colors, .-. "

+ i week ending Nov. 13 owner of a large turpentine still near outing gowns and children's' skirts at : '. -* And our stock of these good it. complete V .
1913. "
4 1 Narcooasee, were here Saturday looking The Woman's'Shop. 47-1 tf "

: \, Max Mtn. Rain after the market in their line
< Sid Pearce who atone time represented add .to comfort supplying
they having a number of barrels of your by your Children"t f
t' Friday ...... 83 65 ___ rosin and spirits 'ready for shipment, the Bassinger district on the .

t 1, Saturday _____77 65. ..05 spending Board of the County day here Commisioners is most complete 'line"of Men's Winter Suits to

t Sunday .......'71 49 ,05 Dr. Frost's Brand Extracts are now .
I n Monday .___. 61 37 ._. on Frost's aU leading grocers in the Misses Rosa Tress and Rosa Rogero ,,
vanilla is
made from
left .
for Jacksonville
Saturday night .
Tuesday .. .i 59 43 the Mexican ,
r ..,- vanilla bean and all other where they will enter as students the ? 'j "

I .1 Wednesday i... 71 38 _". extracts are made from pure fruits. famous Massey Business College. : : .. .J"

I Thursday .... 72 55 .._ 47-ltpd : ',: ,' '. . : ..,
v Alfred A. Tano after an absence ,,, "
I I I ...'.00000000.00 F. E. Pickett wife and sisterinlaw of two weeks spent in New York! has :' " / We also have the latest creation in \

reached KisRimmee this week' returned to the city and resume the I ;
<. '- from Way land, Mich., and will remain management of the Dixie theater j
$ IIIuIuuUHi here until there is no longer any necessity T- '
: "
to shovel snow,from the walk Lost between the Grayttone Hotel] : Coats for Ladies and ,

ii THE LOCAL i ii in order to enter their northern home. and court house K. T. Masonic pin. .. .

,_ FIELD Finder please leave at Cole's jewelry] :;. ;' , : , : ," , '

Mr. E G. Vans Agnew and bride, of store, and get reward. 47-11: \:- .,.',.. .', '', . ,":.' ''o J'.r'' ': '
If :
Kissimmee, took the northbound ; "
: V r - 1 un train here Rehearsals for the operetta whichis ":' '1"I \ '. .,- .
this afternoon. They came .... : .: 1" ;i\:,' ,
to be given for the benefit of the ... . \ ; .:
'' by auto from . !
Osceole's "
; ': 'See those home made, rugs at the capital where Chapter will be held for the presentonce ,' .,," ',,.' ,. . ', i
they. remarried
,, .
bazaar Dec. 4 and 5. the morning ,'"" I - < 01 ,.t.

_I I T Orlando bride was Reporter-Star.Miss Ely, of Kissimmee.. ings) a at week 8 o'clock.only (Wednesday even- :. :,," .: .,::. ';'. :::! :' ,. ', ;,:' ."
W. II. Brokaw with drifting Brothers
. the tree people. 40-tf- J. G. McCrory a New York capitalist . , .,II".",.,..,.,..h '. '. 'I. ,,,r, A','' r t

A. A. Abbott, wife sen and daughter and holder of-a large number' of i ....'. . Katz' 'torner'\ ,\ .,.,'t' .',f.iii' ,..-l !\

, Call on the new barber at the Gray- have arrived in the city from acres of land in Osceola and Orange .._ I"I I
'. { stone hotel for good work.47.1tp- Wayland. Mich., 'and will remain un- counties spent TueTRfay here, stop-: .. :; .
I til late -spring and possibly make Kis ping at the Graystone. '

: 'y... Heinz Pickles, all I at R. S. simmee their permanent'home as they ,
f'' ; '' Floyd's. 43tfH. say that it must be more pleasant Clayton Bros.'have moved their
, picking oranges than shoveling snow. bowling alley from the Woodbeck; ,
building on Stewart avenue to the \
G. Siever left Tuesday for a twoweeks' -
The American Woman League will
; building on the west side of Broadway

; trip through the western states.\ give their at second the reception Tueadayevening" recen occupied. by Hansell's 'garage. Trunks and bags. F. H. Lawson's.Rev. PICTURE EXHIBIT : ,
'' tk Heine'Pickles, all varieties' at R. S. o'clock. Mrs. II. C. Stanford will be Every train brings in from ten to D. B. Sweatt, the most-efficient . ,

Floyd's., 43tf hostess. A pleasing program will be twenty people, who will remain withus editor of the Christian Advocate the AT HIGH SCHOOL LINE t
rendered and the proceeds- to the until spring and in a few days official organ of the Methodist church r''
. Be sure to see the values on the ten piano fund. The public is cordially practically every furnished room in in Florida and published in -

, cent tables at.the-Chapter House Dec, invited.J. the city will be? occupied.W. was in Kissimmee yesterday Lakeland'1 I !
4 and 5. MANA"J, ",
fraternal call under the {
a ,
-W. McCracken and s n. Victor R. Fuller who for many years MAN. WOMAN AND CHILD GER PURCHASES INTEREST '
of Rev. J, D. Sibert the editor !
v A. E. 'Thomas spent the week-end of St. Paul, Neb., arrived in the city has spent the winter months in Kis: upon I .
of this Mr. Sweatt IN TillS VICINITY. IN DUTTON 1L4RRIS
at New Eden Plantation of which he last week with a car load of horses simmee arrived this week from illi-, paper. possesses '
.. is' manager. and disposed of the entire lot In three nois and stated he was more than a be most pleasing for good personality in the and must SHOE CO. ,f'

days' time. Mr. McCracken; has been glad to again get the scent of pure a power responsible 1 ---- ,
, P. A. Vans Agnew left Tuesday for bnnging bora-is to this market for air in his 110strlls.Miss position which he-- has been called to The pictures on exhibit at the High r

New York and Chicago. He will be ''years. and never fails to Bell the last School building) this week are exceptionally J: D. Woodbeck so well known-as >

.. absent about ten days. I head to a pleased purchaser. Emma Futch after spending Blankets and comforts. F. II. Law-' good, and ought to be seen an enthusiastic booster, of Kisolmmoe '.1
weeks at the bedside of her by man, woman and child in '
i several son's.' every and formerly manager of the Pastime' a ;
day. E. Swope and wife returned Sun- Mrs. R. L. Roberts and children left sister, who has been seriously ill at 47-lt Kissimmee and the surrounding coun- theater has purchased on interest in .' T

from Bowling Green Ohio where I Wednesday for Miami 'to join Mr. her home at Lake Butler has-return E. E. Latty, wife and daughters, try. Not often do our people have the the Dutton-Harris Shoe Co., who op..
1 they spent the summer. "Roberts, who ,moved from Kissimmeeto ed to the city and resumed her dutiesas Marion and .Mildred, arrived in the privilege of seeing so large collec- crate a store, in Lakeland' additionto

'. .FI the east coast a few weeks ago. teacher in.the High School. city yesterday from Hartland. Me., tion' of truly great 0 pictures and it their place in this city. ,{
mules and -
: Eight good wagons afternoon Mrs. Roberts behooves everyone to avail himselfof
Tuesday was and left on the evening train for St. Mr. Woodbeck's many friends will
t for sale' at a bargain. .L. II. In- I tendered a handkerchief shower by the Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin of 'Illinoiswho arrivedthis Cloud where, they Will make their this great opportunity before the be pleased to learn that he-wll1 remain ' i
Methodist school class she) has spent last winter here, in collection is sent to Tampa, which U -
gram. 40-tf I Sunday home future. They came to this in the store operated in Krsslm- ,z
., '" : i i so long and efficiently taught! week to again enjoy a few months breeze section in the hopes that Mrs. Laity's the next place where it will be exhibited mee by the company. It is planned !,

\ .. Mrs. D. R. Blent and son are they breathing the health-restoring* health would be benefited, she' having ... ..t., in the near future 'to open other
.f guests for a couple of weeks of friends :Mrs. S. D. Decker arrived Satur- that ever blows from ,our lake and been'a sufferer from a complicationof The pictures are hung on the walls branch shoe stores' in nearby cities,
: : at Ft. Meade. day from Guthrie, Okla., and was met eat their fill of'our superior oranges diseases for several years. Miss of the office, the library and the the Dutton-Harris store in Lakeland V

'f,,;I here by Judge Decker and together and grapefruit. Marion is' a member of the art pre front hall of the school building; and proving satisfactory fiom the opening.)
-. "!:: Desmond' Little who\ owns a citrus left on the ,.evening train for their Buster Brown DARNLESS guar- servative, 'and her visit of an hourat are so arranged that they can be seen B. C. Dutton will remain in charger

} grove near Narcoossee spent Satur- home at St. .Cloud. Judge 65 Decker anteed hosiery. for men, women and the Valley Gazette office was greatly to advantage both in the afternoon of. the Lakeland store while J. W.
< day here with friends. ; reached the mature age of years children, is' now on sale at The Wo. enjoyed by the force. and the evening. Committees are on Harris will remain in Kissimmee with.
on Monday and was in Kissimmee receiving man's Shop. This hosiery has no hand to explain the'pictures, and ev- Mr. Woodbefk in change of the busi-
I Furnished Rooms for Rent; For congratulations from his many seams nor knots. A box .of 4 pairsis Save money by buying shoes.of F;. everything possible has been done to ness here. ,

Sale and For Rent cards at the' Gazette friends. guaranteed to wear four months II.. Lawson. 47-lt make the exhibits success. "'

office, 10 cents each 43-tf 'J. A. Feeler, at one time a residentof without darning. Black and colors.: It J. 'N. Boylan and wife arrived Sat- The exhibit began Monday after
; Kieslmmee, but who now resides urday from Hillsdale, Mich., and will noon, and will continue through.this VANS AGNEW-fLY
M. D. Tindall, 4 prominent orange at Live Oak is spending the week here There will be a meeting of the Am- !' remain until late spring. This is Mr. (Friday) evening. y ,,

grower of the Aahton section was.transacting greeting old friends. Mr. Peeler vyas erican Woman's League at the Chap- and Mrs.. "Boylan's second visit to Kis A special program has been arranged '
. business I here Saturday. Kissimmee ter House Tuesday the 20th at 8 p. On Wdnesday November 12th} 1913 ,
imaged at the progress simmee and both say that they are for this evening, refreshments will
"',,. .. fl , the 'few m. All ladies and gentlemen Inter- occurred the marriage of Mr. E. G. .i
& ir ? ? : has made during past years, so well pleased with our climate and be on sale, and these features in addition 'If..
jfvf For'Itent: three modern flats, equipped and said he believed it to be the most ested in the league are requested to our people that it is more than prob- to the-regular exhibition of pic- 'Vans Agnew and Miss Florence Ely'}:;'';''''a.' ;;:"
I with' electric' lights "water and prosperous and progressive city in attend, as matters pertaining to the able they will become permanent residents : tures ought to attract a very large by the Rev. L. E. ,Livermore at the': ,?. ;
,:M. bath. Inquire at the Gazette office.- Florida, status of the Chapter House propertywill as they believe that their liveswould number of people. bride's home 220 Bryan street. The, '
46-tf be discussed.L. .
ring wasused.. im '
\' ceremony
be prolonged by
many years The following is the program for
.' the The Southern Colonization Co. has .. C. Gardner and wife off Lake remaining here, and they could enjoy! this mediate'relatives were present to m
fl. Arthur Green, representing Antietam closed its offices in this city an'd the evening: witness the marriage. -.AKISSIMMEE
Co. of Hagerstownr Alfred were visitors to the city TueS- every day in the year a thing that is 1. Orchestra. I I
Paper ,
local H. F. Beuter. .will The bride was gowned In a traveling
manager 1//
where lies the
calling day Mr. Gardner spending the day impossible snow on 2. Reading,' "A Gustatory Achievment" -
J/;, Md., wasn the city Tuesday future divide his time between Kis ground six months of twelve. dress jof broWn' moire'aUk.. She has
meeting our business men while Mrs. out every --Johnnie Lee. v
on the trade. simmee; and Whittier. the last named resided in Kissimmee for the past four e
I being nearer the large tract of Gardner visited our dry goods stores Men's and sweaters. F. H. 3. Reading, "So Was I"-Murray and has won friends.'
boy's years many
Mr. and Mr. English of Athllon land and inspected the handsome fall and Overstrect i I s
in south P
owns the Lawson. 47-lt The Is well known and .
.. i 1>3. Ill, have arrived in the city and wilt winter,costumes on display. 4. Piano Duet, "Gitana"- Helen groom in business ap- .
of this' county. predated and social 'cll'- '
..._, .J;_ ,remain throughout the winter and ern part Baas Maurine Dann. .

possibly become.permanent residents. E W. Bowen who makes his home Theater The4pictures this week shown have at been the exceed-Dixie ,the'Geo.guest D.Edd of. J., of D.Otsego Woodbeck, Mich.Thurs-, was .. 6. Reading, (a) "Sister's/ Best. "Fel- I class Mr; and Mrs. Vans Agnew, are ;'..: n I

R B. Woodham bookkeeper at the part of the time at Delphi Ind., and ipgly high-class and and day last. lerb( ) "Joe-Alta Culp. left in the evening for their wedding v
.. /t' : of the time on his ranch of. twen- entertaining .r 6. Piano Solo, "Caressing Butter'fty"Mlss -!:.
part showered with good wishes for their
the week-end each well worth the of .
::; Citizens Bank- enjoyed one was : price Buckels. i ?
I with his friend, Desmond Little, atNarcoossee. scores thousand acres on east admission to the full three reels. Amore Forty-seven years ago last Sunday 7. I I prosperity and future happiness. They ,,,r .
, ,.' ,' 1' of Lakes Cypress and Hatch- Ernest L. Green made his first Reading,' "ngagement"KatieThompson. trip and expect to make their home '; ,.''f .
pleasant hour cannot be
; spent
g II, ,'.' \" t{' reached here this week to look appear-I I I i .
neha earth and his good in Kissimmee. w +'ax
il in Kissimmee than at this morn ance on ? : X.' 1 1i
,'jAArr" ;:, The ladies" of the Baptist church over his immense holdings and enjoy play house. c the anniversary one of feasting and.' 8. Vocal Carson.Solo. "Happy Violin Days"MissMary :i .. .--:-- jtI<, ;,;. .' ':,'

,', ),!.:.; will hold a bazaar at the Chapter the best climate to be found In pleasure for him and his friends Mrs. Bullock. Obligate., BACHELOR ry t :r ,
I beautiful America.Dr. The White and Gold dozen of whom she had invited to .- osinI
; {, House Dec. 4 and 5. Many membership 9. "So Did I" Edgar Bry- I I .SURPRISES HIS FRIENDS
Reading ,
;. articles will be on sale. who contest of the Epworth League of the participate at the birthday dinner. .
: and wife 1
: : E. Derbyshire .
r.i\\, ;>?1 Mt. Doraa Methodist church which was enthusiastically Mr.. Green who 'writes all the signs an. I I Mr. E. G.- Vans Agnew, better
''',;,,#<1, ,(r I Don't decide on those Christmas moved from Kissimmee in to, the entered Into by the young for many miles around this city spent 10. Orchestra. known as "Court. one of three bachelor
weeks were city a Violin and '
1 dnti iJ: ,I presents until you have seen the fancy few ago making the tripIn people, resulted In a victory for. the the morning at his place of business, 1} Piano Miss Joe'Humoresque"Mrs. Bert. brothers living in Kissimmeeyi
:'!ll,'}'" ?'. articles the Baptist ladies are going few hours handsome Saturday auto., The_doctor "Golds," and the "Whites" will enter and was not aware of the bountiful -. Bullock Bryan. I i broke a rule of his life yesterday and
'ut to have sale December-4 and 5. their tain the victors at 7:30 feast and his friends married. It
, ?: : on fast build Saturday night the presence'of got was a great surprise'to
Dora School
: Mt. was 12. "A Teacher'sSleigh
:J: stated that Reading.
class of o'clock' the home of Miss Helen at his home until he arrived at noon. the public in general but "Court's'intimate
" I.. W. J. Sears left Tuesday on a tour ing up with a most desirable RideNMra. Earl Lupfer.
Jones on.Emmett street. The Gazette 1n keeping'with every- I I friends were informed. 'JII'i
", .: of visitations to Knights of. Pythias people and before the winter was 13. Vocal Solo, "The Gypsy trail"Miss -
i one'else in }\.Issimmee.-wishes for Mr. orderto avoid being mobbed by his
"" "4 .k.(t\ lodges on the west coast among which over it would reach the thousand mark W. B.. Harris left on the noon train Green forty-seven ,more anniversaries. Joe Berta Bryan. i; brothers and other bachelor friends hei)
.':tuk '( will' be Tampa, Clearwater and Bart in population yesterday for Ocala to attend the 14. Orch ,tra. escaped with his bride and caught the\

. .,'!\;,' t lj tow. G. W. Daugherty who is among the Printers Cost Congress, now in aeaslon .ANNUAL BAZAAR OFCHRISTIAN I' northbound limited at Orlando for his
in that From there he will '
city. ;
:, ': ? member of the prominent old soldier q!! who moved t3 CHURCHThe LICENSE TAX ONRESALf honeymoon trip. >
#\ J. G. Claiborne a to Palatka to attend the Atlanticto '
Jacksonville the past three go Ladies Aid of the Christian Mrs., Vans Agnew was Miss Ely'of --i."
Cloud during .
.. .,' Booster Department of the St. learslwas
:j Mississippi Waterways convention
Narcoossee. She
\ in the Kissimmee Saturday an church cordially invite air residents -if a beautiful and ,r
',!; 'r Metropolis, is in the city this office. Mr which meets there on Monday and to and visitors to attend their annual OYSTERS accomplished young* woman, and Mr.
, i, :,r', ',;,' I interest of. that most excellent. publi'r"1 his respects while to advanced in years which he is a delegate by appointmentof bazaar to be held at the Chapter: Vans Agnew will receive the heartiest
Daughtery, ,
.': Jn):' cation. -' he-feels as young as he did Governor Trammell.! House November 14''and' 15.: congratulations of his friends when-
.J"J' 'f": 1i/i.1' says It will not be of benefit to the RESTAURANTS they find out where he is. The q
"I':'i"\'r\; .' Don't miss the apron table at the twenty years ago, which fact he at- Malcolm Waring the live-wire.real only HOTELS AND ever-
'if ,r<:< ;, Baptist ladies bazaar on December 4 tributes to the even climate and health- estate hustler of Lakeland, spent yesterday ladies but to yourself as well as they BUYING OYSTERS'FOR groom was at one time connected with 5
: -- and 5. Aprons of all kinds, baby .aprons -: giving air Of this section. in Kissimmee. Mr. Waring have exceptional values 'in children OTHERS the Light and Water company at Or- '
: :.; s'
: I and serviceable clothing.. Balkin blouses for misses RE-SALE MUST TAKE lando and he has a golden ,dozen of *
t II work that class of business'
"> 1", ,,, fancy aprons Ellerbee of Ft. Pierce and says every and, children cook fancy friends- here who will join in the<
'v" ; '1 will be oh sale l Jamea Lakeland -in a most prosperous aprons aprons rOUT LICENSE. ,
;"; : ,'.: aprons Miss Lee Williams of Bassenger; were condition and that the population is dust caps, embroidered linens I wishes for the happiness of, himself
;';:n.. ,, J. W. Harris is in the city today married at the. Manhattan'. Hotel in growing at such a rapid rate it wouldbe for the house and many .dainty articles ---- and wife for all the time to comey -

, ;:':" ', ," from Kissimmee i on a mingled busir'i this city Sunday afternoon last at necessary to take a new census for Milady's budoir, which are Section 10, Chapter 6532, Laws of Orlando Sentinel Nov.. 13..

'? ness and pleasure last o'clockjudge T: M. Murphy performIng every month to keep track of this num- acceptable as Xmas, .gilts. Tbe especial Florida, provides: No person, firm or
,t! ,::., night and making headquarters .at the the! ceremony in the' presence of ber of inhabitants. ' attraction will be the doll booth corporation shall engage in buyingfor METHODIST CHURCH
t+;; ," <.. '. DeSoto. Tampa Tribune.. G. B. Foe D. R. Plenis, W. B. Makin- in which everything from slit skirts re-sale raw oysters or clams un- "Christian be
I' Floyd Tison, Dr. D. P. Johnson T. M..Blake, one of our regular win- -for the dolls of course-to dainty til they shall have first procured from Spiritualism" will Dr.
': ,r F".t D. R. Blenis and Billy Makinson, J.nN McConnell and E. P. ter visitors from Michigan arrived hats and caps and nightingales for the Commissioner of Agriculture an Sibert's subject.for Sunday at It aVm.

'. ''-1 two of Klssimmee's prominent young The happy young, couple departed this week'and will, as usual. remain the baby. And Oh, 'ye Paris pattern annual police license, which amountsto His subject for 7p. m- wlll be ' ,.
T"" business men were In- Tampa last Tuesday for Ft. Pierce', where the until late spring Mr. Blake stated hats which.will-be found.Jn the doll $5.25 when sold open and $2.25 when "Saul at the Witch's.t. CfOSK! These

&y; ', '. ,,' I, week purchasing goods for the extensive groom Is engaged in business. that cold .weather had begun much booth. All lovers of flowers will be sold in 'shell. A penalty of $100' or services will be held at the High

:*lrybjj- .- .- ;.'I/ trade they enjoy here. of earlier in the North this year than is glad, to know'that they will be ableto six months in jail will be Imposed on School is auditorium. A''cordial invi \
r ,;.. The store of D. R. Blenis corner and predicted that Florida, get all sorts .of potted plants' at for re-sal without 'a tation extended to all; stranger
customary buying .
ti' 'LVij! S. B. Aultman' of Kissimmee/the.Osceola I Dakin avenue and Broadway is be- and especially' Kissimmee, would be reasonable prices. The' girls of the anyone license. This includes hotels restaurants will be given a special welcome.* ,, '
:jt-'i'1'f 110Wl1. business man of refitted throughout with up-to-date Junior Aid will have of their ,
ing a supply
registering taxed to the limit to care for those bar rooms and any other place
\ "t4 capital was In the city yesterday, I when finished there will
.. Tri fixture and who would come. delicious candy which needs no'ad- that may sell raW 'oy.tel1l. LAYMEN'S MEETING.;
.. at the }Illlsboro.-4a pa .sanitary or present a I
\ be none more vertising. Come one, come all, and
I I. ,.Mr.. The purpose of this act was to regiulate Mr. Livermore will lead the. meet- '
f'',' ,, , bUM.f. cleaner or neater appeanmc walk laid I W. Z. Palge'ty; Jacksonville is help the! bazaar. ? _,; generally the shell fish industry ing Sunday at 8:30: at the Pastime. '

t II, ; ' kL\: R. 'May, a prominent citizen ofKissimmeewas Blenis la! also having which a new adds much to i. here ,this week demonstrating the x"CARD It singles out this industry prescribes The subject will be "Cooperative Chris.
around ,,
yesterday Campbell irrigating system of.water- certain rules for the encouragement '* .
.,. \ In Tampa of that I tianity. .The' meetings are growing- '
" :j ;., ... . acquaintances and the general appearance prom- ing groves and &' his machine CLUB development of the industry and in interest. Those '
;1 ;., t greeting his local well it .is a great locatna -who do not at. :
as as Mrs. R. W. Cobb the hostess
corner was
Tamlw inent the lake who
on and those
and pipes being imposes taxes upon'it
matters. tend .
; business are missing' a great blessing. : /0.
to who
':': attending convenience to the ,many people this ,Week' at the meeting of Tuesday -, lOt:
shore near the electric light plantTb. in it 'deal' in the ..productsof ,
Tribune lj 1: engage or Cornel next Sunday and let as fill thsr '
'f ::', ."' V ,,,/': pa" . I; patronize his- modern grocery. house.Chas \ .' system 'was only recently placedon Afternoon Card Club at whicha the, industry,.with a view to its.development -house.. There .will be special \
. of CoIl, Andrew here but it is understood delicious salad course was served musica s.2 ':
friends' the market and
(Jfj\\ :' VThe JUly, Moon who everybody protection., H. Jones ,
\ ;. him on the ;: been installed and a.most 'enjoyable time fcpent. : Pre fc, J 'I
Johnson glad to see number' ,
Were all-round quite a .
; champion ', '
,) the
JP. ( Jf
remembers as >
, ) ..V. ,. '.t: street again this week after an illness resided at different points in ,the state, and Those who attended were Mrs. Woodr,
"ii.. land stood fellow that B: P/Mikesell; of' the A. E.. > '
whistler I roueht.t'olHl'
.' / The colonel,-whiieI (, satisfactory.Marvel beck. Miss Dixon. Mrs-.Crawford Mrs. manager St.ClaudV-'J1.: ;;;,
.H .. (t.I --Qf ee erd! iweeke have proven'eminently f
which lie. 'on'the real !
,. -I looking the worse for wear for many years on upper Ingram., Mrs. Norton//Miss/ 'VirginiaMaklnson Bowen farm and ranch prominent, estate' and,Insurance, :
i.: a little / who' now' lives at Atlanta 'Ga-, new _at'shore of Lakes Cypress: and agents Is. '
to resume the but Flour, spring wheat. product Mrs. Cadel"and MriTGuy ,transacting business herer.
'' l able "
, stater that he iis ? *fi'
i successful lawyer was city ,
Hatchneha in the r
where he is a is I today. today
endangering Gardner
\ practice' 01' la.flwithout.' in the city a few hours..Saturday meet ,tat,R.. S.Fl yd..1 ,,434t w ... _
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FRID\Y, NOVEMBER 14, :1913
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WE WANT A GOOD AGENT: 5WKfiraraaW! $!fiYYYi; 9 YYY; ; Yi Yi

a IB Kistimmee and vicinity. A hustler can make good money representingthe REGARDLESS OF :

t oldest and most modern- Monumental Works-;in Florida ,Write us for :

v our most. attractive proposition. WHAT KICKERS .

f THE CLARK MONUMENT CO., Jacksonville, Fla. 43-4tp4 ,- .-.. !Ii '


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ADVERTISINGF JMST your, property for sale with BuyAt I

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Cents Per' Line GRAPE FRUIT, trees 25 cents, Seedlings -' ---:-:- -L ', -

... /. Each Insertion. two and a half years old. Only HERE WILL, REWARDAN : 1

_....,.. -.. few thousand} left. Henry W. Smith, EFFORT.LANDTJOT i )" .
Wauchula Nursery at Baxsinger.WANTED
46-9t' MANNA. LAID

FOR SALE-Bay saddle horse. Apply -i| : L
E. G.'Vang' Agnew 22tf -Position as bookkeeperby .
Business' College. graduate 'Florida i of the
_LL *' ' - I I*" ' '" ) Massey id one ,most resourceful -
FOR SALB:Motor boat Idana, canopy married. References furnish tttatcs in the Union, regardless of ,
top, 20x5 12 h. p. engine' fully I H 'ed.- Address O. McD. 619 W. Monroe I.what the\ chronic* kickers and, liars I [ Home
St. Fla. 47-4p j[
equipped. Address( Box 641. 47-lpd ; Jacksonville !
may nay about it. Many people come i |i fifi ,
"GULF Tn/.ATLANTIC/. .LINE" to Florida winter seeking new
EXCHANGE' will every fifi i
FOR ...:-...; ( 3
homes. Many'ot these are practical, i i
.cJl farm of 10 acrvs, 3 room fifi
: Write or wire Menge' Bros., Fort '
: cleared and fenced, common sense people who, ate capable : fifi
:house: 7 acres coming Myers, Fla., for rate of fare and Schedule of making a'success wherever, they
:2'acres fine young !prove just i, fifi
behring, will trade it far a of"Steamers Suwanee and Corona may go, but there are some who never I Ij i t
into plying between Fort Myers' and Fort made 'of ,anything in their
Kissimmee. W. N'i a success :
house and lot (jn ( j 3 -I
Jones Lou h'man, Fla. 44tf 'III Lauderdale,via the famous Caloosahatcliee lives, no matter where the were or 1 3
Lake',Okeechobec Everglades and i what they undertook. The former ( JJ }
,I'-OR SALE: acres of ; I j Drainage Canals.. 'The !most wonderful I class exercise good judgment in the j F 3; George a lecturer" national:

tour-room house in Pinedale. Will j scenery in America. Wild bird purchase of land for their I J "Better-Tows

give bargain to sell\ quick Address j and game life in profusion. Seminole and go to work, ,with the determination I Jj reputation, and, Promoter" by profes

Box 172: Klssimmoe, :Fla. Indiana and'alligators.. 42":'ti, to succeed and they do/so. Then there His I
book called Town, the
__ ... .. _. ( sion has written a "My message -
41-tfpd4t -- I j ,- --.1'- -- -. ,-'- a class who come who expect to { i ,
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FOR SALE...:-20 acres half-cleared nice I I! find\ conditions far better than they 11! of which he states is, 'Buy 'at Home."" The
!. ireally tJQ-.are'disappointed and i a xIi !
good' fences, fair house, OUT-DOOR AIR GOOD are
young some fine grove.crops now growing! a living return to their former. homes. Then ( t Springfield [Mass.] board of trade awarded Mr. Irving !Ii

\$1,200( -already, terms provided reasonable A ;bargain or trade'at ', FOR BODY AND MIND of there\a city is a in class their who lives were and who never would out j !Jj fifi a prize of $500 for the best plan submitted for pro '!Ii

t J. If. Halley (! not know a head of cabbage: if'' they'' Jj
for Kissimmee property. saw it growing, and expect to make' L fifi moting the interests of their city; He has studied the

Loughman/ Fla. 43-tf ;,' ASSIMM,,,VIION OF FOOD AND a living from the start by farming : subject in this country and abroad. Consequently he, I
WILL SELL my store! building and : LARGER CONSUMPTION OF and truck growing. After coming [

stock of general merchandise, everything I i FOOl MEANS BETTER here some of these never go into the : knows what he is writing about, and the following

new and up-to-date, doing | country; before'coming here they have :
1-i I|' "PHYSICAL BODY. drawn upon their imagination to such :fii quotations make .a strong advertisement for the Buy-

an extent that the Garden of Eden i:
Fla, 3-tf : ing-at-Home movement:
Davenport It sometimes happens that when would be a disappointment to them. I

FINE Business LocatioX'for Sale- popular explanation of a phenomenonis This is the class that usually fill the : citizen of farmer : ,
community; laboring
"Every a man, professional
northern and western with false I
lots fronting on papers
Two splendid the ia produced
disproved impression ,
Broad-j man -ench and all owe a heavy debt to their town. Altogether -
way, and extendjilg to that the occurrence of the phenomenon reports regarding the conditions that I !i !

giving, douWe front, and the last ; itself is denied. Something like exist in Florida. I too many citizens are ,objects of charity from their fellow !Ii

vacant 1 lps in the block for sale. this has taken place with reference to r r As a farming and truck growing'i i fifi citizens in accepting community prosperity and enjoyments witha!Ii

Price $4760, These lots in other the recent work on the physiologic state, Florida is a success.. Of I j out giving value received.' !Ii

towns the size of Kissimmee, as forAn.telY I factors involved in room ventlatlon I course there 'are a number of the : fi"A resident of a town should always patronize that business in

situated, would be held at and the open-air treatment. There is crops that are cultivated in the north- I fi
i# his community, the'owner of which resides there, in preference to
J price. Nelson Realty reason to believe that tho general pub ern and western states that have not y'
(S.tfLOST.One \lic is still somewhat confused on this : yet been successfully cultivated in I i, L that business, the owner of which resides out of town. This prin- I

point. It was for a long time supposed Florida, and never will, as the climate I 1 ciple applies to every line of business."
in eyes owl-head of owl.scarf Reward pin, if- that the bad effect of close and conditions will not permit them. But I i! 'So widespread is, the principle of home investment that the

returned toIT.). B. Herrington 901 crowded rooms were due to, chemical there are enough crops without theseto .fi German Empire has organized a crusade against American bonds

Mabbette' phone 239R. 47-2t impurities in the air, to excess of make Florida a success. On most l urging that home interests need all local capital. The general '
---- carbon dioxid of our flat woods land'as much
or to organic poison, or any
manager of the International Harvester Company told the writer I
FOR RENT. else to lack of oxygen. No one of as four crops can be grown successfully
these explanations is tenable in the in twelve months, and the yieldto that it is more difficult to introduce their, products in Germany ,-

i FOR RENT.:-One eight-room house, light of recent':experiment. On the the four crops will more than average 1 than in any other nation. When a nation acts this way is it "otsigYi'
'- ,
----on paved street, $22.50 per month. contrary,, all, the ill effects observable up with any one of, the two 3i nificant lesson for towns ?"
One house with 4 large rooms, five in crowded rooms seem to depend on 'crops grown in the northern states. Yi

I closets, located In Pinedale, pretty the stagnation, high temperature and A few years ago it was said that 5 'Yes, it is a significant lesson for this very community. xYl.
h surroundings, cheap at $8 per
moisture .in the air; in a word, to corn could not be grown profitablyin -

month. We ,also have some lands those factors that disturb! the"normal Florida:, and, we do not yet claim 1!

for rent, one place inside city limits heat regulation,.of the body. If the Florida as a corn producing state, '
f with extra rich 50!!. Nelson'Realty temperature ,and moisture pare kept but as a succeeding 0'1' ;
company. 44-tf crop potatoes .0 0 00 0000 0 o.uoooooo+o+cuoooooo 0 n'oHo 00000000000.00..1.
low. human'exhalations may be -allowed some t.her'crop, it has proven very lfi I
to accumulate without noticeable to the ,:
f' FOR RENT--Comfortable bed room, profitable planter. ,

centrally\located. .' Large,porch.!'"5 effect, to a point far above that ordi.'narily' ,The .writer [has ,been over a five- ".. ...i", ."
Brack St. J. W. Prent s-: '42-tf observed in the most "badly acre' truck-farm-in the'.winter season I ?;t !r<.,{:'; 'HOTEL, MANHATTAN}4'6k:M.' 1 IRULL' ' BASS MA R.K'E ': ..,:' "
t ventilated" On the other hand, ;n ; *\ i\.t.\; ,, li'lI ,
i room. -when the land in the north was G. B. 'Poe. Prop.' "," ..' u' '"- ,; ." ", JV_"" 'I\, ," I'," ,
FOR RENT OR SALE -Two-story j j if 'experimenter breathes "pure" covered with snow and ice-and counted I Across from A. C. L. Station Fresh Meats of All Kind
tore building on Brack St.. North j outdoor air through a tube, but allows I I .
twenty-seven different varieties of
r Kissimmee. II. C. Stanford 29-tf' !ffi
? : his body to be confined in a small I .
vegetables growing, and all in a high '
t DWELLINGS' for rent, opply to M. i I chamber where temperature and moisture state of 'cultivation. This planter I H. C. STANFORD COMPANY !Ysi
'k Tiller. I I are at a high point, lie will soon was. growing vegetables exclusivelyfor Y 'Dr, Goods, Clothing ad Shoes ' CLARK &: MEIKLEJON !Ii

have all the symptoms commonly at- Yi Furnishings sad Notion Real Yi
VOCAL STUDIO, 203 Broadway, room the local market, hence the great v.
3. 'Voices correctly placed and de I tributed- to "breathing -foul- air. variety._ and he made--_ .a_ success of__ it n, '_ .u! \ '- !Ii '
veloped. Italian method. Mrs. Iieri j To substitute this explanation, which Yi $

i; rington will see ,those' wiehing to Is wholly in accord with recent experi-I too.In Florida, like all other states, x DUTTO S O SKIS CO. .
mentation, for the once-current theory : GROCERY
study on, Mondays and Thursdays, there is 'a variety of soils, some more I
7 to 8 p. hj. Voices triad free. 44-4t 'that expired air has a toxic property fertile than others, and the man who !Ii 106BroadwarKISSIMMEE COMPANY
is not to question the valua'of fresh
", .._
JI' comes here to make a home, and a !fi .
,FOR, SALE-:.Motor boat, 30x8%, 15 air or to decry the open-air treatmentfor'truck _-it"-- '
tr .i farming, must be sure '
In. draft, 12 h. p. engine; at a bar- tuberculosis. On the contrary, we 1 1i and get land that will 'produce the !Ii- FURNITURE ,CO. -
gain. See Saunders at this office tf i are now 11a, much better position to ; best It' ETerytking for the Home. FRED M. BASS
crops. But if you'should happen I!
understand in what way cool air and J. E. Rash Maaager. I
=: : to get a piece of land that will not 'I-
a RENT Six-room
FOR cottage on '
I I especially moving air produces marked Hudson and Studebaker Automobiles .
J Main. street, furnished throughout,,' Invigoration and improvement in the produce, please be chraitable enoughnot I -Hi-
hot and cold water electric lights to write back to the northern .
general health. When the body loses y'e! H. M. BREAKER !fi- Yi
and telephone. Apply to C. L. papers that Florida is nothing but a suitable rate, heat produc- Yi Track e Farms, Orange Groves aid City
Bandy. 45tfFINANCIAL. swamps and frog ponds, especiallywhen NELSON REALTY COMPANY YiIi
tion must also// proceed at'a certain Property.* Urn B'way '
your neighbor, by his success !Ii.Yi .
', OPPORTUNITY We rate in order to compensate for the No. 9 Darlington Ayeaae.
I I through good judgment and industry -MH- YiIi
4 have demands for a few'good substantial 1 loss. This means improved assimilation has proven your report to the .
loans on desirable real estate of food,and a larger consumptionof false. F. H. LAWSON' ,

where, the security Is unques- food means a better-supply. of material Florida is all right for the indtfs- !Ii Cask Store -i....,
tionable and at advantageous rates to build up the,body. The action trious, common sense man, but the !Ii 10 Broaawa D. G. McKAY REAL ESTATE
1.I of interest. Anyone with idle money of cool,..moving' air is probablyin lazy, shiftless fellow had better staywhere. !Ii AGENCYIi" '
will do well to consult us. Nelson 'itself beneficial. Moreover, it impels y; -
; he is, for he will not succeed.- .
44-tx I to exercise, and increased activity .
Y Realty l increases nutrition. St. Lucie Tribune. !:Ii G. M. TAYLOR . y;--'

,- -' i I I On the other hand, exposure to the !1ii Up-to-date Cask Grocery. ." HUNTER LAND CO.

\ t.- FOR RENT stagnant atmosphere of confined places +0000000'0000 CI 0 t 0 0001/0 000 000 !! Broadway aid MidUsd Real' Estate .

i allows the skin to become surrounded ... -- .
I Do want a fine business -!ffi- "
/ with an envelope of Warm air which you -!K- .
fr Office recently occupied by Southern : building
the from i
prevents body heat
Colonization Co. comer Broadway I losing !Ii W. B. MAKINSON CO.
}, and, JPooaeil avenue. Best location in I at a proper rate. The nerves of the Do you want a select city W.'G. HANKINS ' !Ii r
!Ii Hardware, Catlery, Boat SoppBe ' : ; !x
''t1te'dt skin are not stimulated. The circulation' residence? .
< I I. Yi ud Mackuiery. Adding Machines and TypewritersA.
+' F is depressed. ,Reluctance to e xjercise 91
'j' ONE 4-ROOM HOUSE, - $10 ,, Do you want a neat cheap 1
I and and to -
bodily exertion
ks any u;
?r ONE ROOM HOUSE $10 cottage?
ONE 3-ROOM HOUSE - $ 7 I become marked. Expansion of the 5
'lungs and oxygenation' (he blood Do you want a'choice farm? S. GILBERT DEPARTMENT STORE

4 E. E, Wells areless frequent and thorough.' In- Dry Good, Shoes aad HotioM Dry Goods,QotMag, Shoes. Fua1aIaI.p . I.Yi. I.
A.Real Eftate and Insurance suff c1ent food is taken and much of Do you want al j cheap vacant 5 and lOc Store
lot? No. 45, Cor. Mia and Park St. .
1 Yi
k ,r ,7' _:303,BroJu>ay Pkon. 272 .1,(the food eaten may decompose in the y;

....... .tom.- ---"] :1 intesUnea and produce** Do you want an orange grove?, !ii.'. y; ,

< I tucts.t still ,Do you want lo or, 20-acre !Ii KISSIMMEE LUMBER CO. ,:' J. W. PRENTIS
t -there is I
a sojund
Y w. tract? !x Wholesaeaiid. Piano, Organ, Talking Maclunee
: 'S rfggFlemingi: I physiologic foundation for the belief RetaIl ..
: !Ii -.- '
: : 'In-the virtues!' of the outdoor' life for. Do you want a 6-room house, : ., Phone 21 '. Sewing ,MacUae I '

,' CLEANING '' !(the healthy as well as for the tuber- 50 'ft. lot and 20 acres orange ." ;;n !G' -: a; "
'culous'person. In point of fact, says land?. ...

PRESSING The Journal of the American Media) I MACH BROTHERS Phone 113 HUNGER LAND COMPANY YliIi '

'DYEING Association, nothing can discredit the Ask Mrs. Summers Llrery, Feed. and Sale Stables'r' Draa f. Ceater'Fla.. !JK"W. 0'J

REPAIRING, .., 'rational open-air treatment no matter .0* FenQ.ld. near Clydo. ., 6 Heavy Haafimg uid Drajitf W. 80..41' Reddest
what 'progress r. ManagerIi fflKfaSffifiKKWKKfiffif
physiologistsandghy ,
( 'the .
:' : Clyde; 2nd Ave.- N of .. ;.,.;0 "
.r.".... word ''ft y b'oua and clothes gienists may make in analyzing 'the court 'house leading south.) I t.. ;

i ;; ,, "t&> , will, booriMtJor.. and returoeo. mechanism} on which this treatment j t I. !!'
Gunrgilttetd rests. / i I .+ + -+ ; Iill.III di j
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I I .\ ..., ." . ,---...,. --,-. -r-1 _-, -- .
Bronchitisorjstimu .of the E. t. Lelev,. oom...i"day ?.r"* 't 8.00 "
Proceedings K, V. Lamer com. I day mil., 10.00
A.; FV Bass,' corn 1 day' *. miL &.oe i
<). R. !*... ;corn S day.) mil.' -
: : W-jF, Walker, eom.' eva mill 17.00 ;
.GouhtyCoiiissionersKisTmniee. J, K, baaa, Janitor ....->-.,_ 40.00 '
L.,IV,Interim,.care of lail...*_... 11,10 -
,, T. M. Murphy *al. CaJudge, : ., "
John and Davla Judge. JUT. Ct. .:;...... 7.te .,DQ'"Y' O.'U".W'"AN' Y' -". ",,'.1i-g; ) ,;>ti' ',,..,,\
Uupt. Poor Km ,
BircOIwIStalh &ib-Tea FU.. Nov. 8. 1913.. -wnd-twrpauper. -v;;==;iif ,.a.U; --- --_.- -_, . ', I .fl... ,j '11
H. L) Golfer, ... A t convlcfna 118." ..
Has no Equal: The Board of County Commissioners W. J. Hear. *. Atty. for Board __ C0." -
Nothing !in and for Oiceola county, Florida J. L. Overatreet. _L Clk *. Aud. (7.00
in met Kla, Tel.. Co., 1 mo. tel. r.nt._ l.&OS.UO .
Just, as Good. regular session on the above date Henry aulllvan. malnt allowed Fruit : Pasture

there being present E. L. Lesley R. 1'1.' M. McClelland malnt allwd. 11.00 :. ',.t' : ,: -
_L V. Lanlor *. F. Baas. W F. Prank Bvatia.: malnt. allowed.. c.oo .

Better than any readymade med Commllsloners.. W..,J. Sears attorney Walker J.F, I.K., Over William.trwt'K. 'lumber coata Co..??,*Ct.. IS.14 91,81 '.::: : Jt./{ ...
tor the Boards and J. U , H. Jn Co. _'' l\\ .
cine It b purer and guaranteedmore clerk.: -VCP tr*- t. Iji Ernest Green ram, costs painting Ct.signs'i. '18.1, Farming : : : . Grazing ..

effective than anything h; road or.aaln"l1 .._..___,_.____ |(.00 .. :
Minutes o* the last A.: J,' Simmons _
meeting road
were wprk fl.JOSIT. ..
known to the medical profession.( read and approved O.V.. Aahton road pay roll?.. & .on ;
Made at home in five John Yatan, hauling .t 167.x6 Trucking: : Timber
minutes- Mrs. C. A. Minx
and others came Ito. KJiu tlir. Co., lumber.__, ti til .
fcMt by a child. Purely vegetable ".before the Board and asked for a Mach. IJron work on clay, road 14.00 I
and contains alcohol l crossing in the railroad where the OiH'ttolg. :Hdw. Co., hardware_ ',110 .
: no : new '
narcotic Robert limn, muU feed ___ l".7' .. < "
or poison.' If you are a sufferer public road on north boundary line of Jeo. Triton. hauling .___ 10.00 . _' _" ':: '.._.i. .
Section 15, township 25 'S, Range 29 Charllu Arnold lumber ___?__ 41.110 ; +
L && fount! Asthma, East intersects railroad. Upon motion Uawrenoe Homer !linn 1'a.rtln*. Ht., rent Cloud of road stump.. 67.00SO.OO ., .LAND S' '.. ", \

1 fV3 Bronchitis or in duly seconded W J. Sears attorney puller .'. ; i. I
for the Board instructed 'noti Beintnol, 1'harmacy.. flnlment' ;
.was to
tactany throat fy the railroad for nvulcn. ._._____...___.____ 1.20 :
Jung stomach company and that upon I H.' 1. \.upte... T...... Com...,._ 160.XO
failure of said company to, open a U. "'. McClelland, road supplies" S.70 I. Have"Them for Sale' in Any Size Body .
}kidney or bladder crossing at this point within 30 days I Randolph Young, road auppllt. 1.86 .

trouble,can road from date of notice that the'county.j. :J.\ Maklnaoii. Co.drawing rd auppa.and 80.00. From Ten Acres to One Hundred '., : ij ijs'
supervisor will ,
yourself a immediately proceed r..o..dlnll' Ht. ot Way deed 17.S ; ,... ..
of to open same. KI.... \V tc L P. light. I1'' mo,__ 1I.1K .
,. Birch Moun w & C Oroi Co.. mule feed _.__ n.... ,", : "
tain Herb Teaat Mr. IL'C; Stanford and others rep Kin*.' V lly GHtrtte. Oct. *ub..i Thousand Acres. :VA ; :, .
resenting' the Board of Trade appeared and legal printing 108,10 t
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once and if before H ft W*> I* Urew Co., clerk';: led-
Board in the interest of .'
I )'OU.wilhtart. to good roads all insisting that the Uvn.K-r l and). Barnard sup Co. CI Judge,). supplies______ 41.51 ,Letter/ Addressed to Me Will Bring: a '

taking It 1 Board should investigate the roads in clerk' office ,_____i____,? t 9.09 A
you will begin other T. .... Murphy coat In A. '

to feel as if life was worth- living themselves counties with and the thereby best materials acquaint to L.Roaenliura.H. Costa.,A.-__|_lo,-'.".* ,' ,t't. Full Description and :Terms of Sale. .

and in a very short time you will be used in the construction( of'good enburK case ?_,.?___,_..?.,_, I.U. .. '
Oao. :Journal Oct. a lib*, and
see a wonderful change in your roads. letter heads _______-_.._____ 11,11 .
condition. It just as effective in I Rev. B. II. Guy came before the Kalrcloth. witness Pro I'
Board and asked the Board to Attorney .__.___ __j.._ 1.00 McKAY ,. '
: of Catarrh. La open a Tho, iJrake & Co., road cuppn. 10.40 D. G. ;. .
hopping Coughs road from his comunlty to Kenansrille, Prathvr & L.uper, auto hire E.
Cough Colds, same being laid over for future con L. Lesley _?__--..__...____ 7.00 1 I i ,
and NIhtsweatS.: Our guarantee sideration. :J. B. Itobert,. road work -.___ 114.00
Archly IAmb, haullna _._.____ X.2I
goes With every can: : and if it does M. B. Carson, county game and fish Oacrola Hdw. Co., S whl. bwa.Oaceola 6.00 '

not benefit you, your druggist will warden, came before the Board in the supplies Hdw-___Co.___,_Ct.,. ._Houae...i_..._ S.B6 KISSIMMEE: ., FLORIDA. ;
refund you your money. Interest of his bond. Upon motion U H. In"ramfrL dlaft. 11.61
duly seconded the clerk was instruct R H. Ludlam..alll. Co. Surv.ICharlle UOO __
BIRCH MOUNTAIN TEA CO.. ed to have his bond returned for ap- Arnold lumber ..__._ 7,1'

Buffalo, N. Y.. U. s.A. proval .of the Board at their regular :J.Wadler\\'. ThompMon barker ,UH'dya S.coftlna, rdmn and 16.00 .

Sold'' Klssunmee meeting in December., burying", poupera Aijw__._v_...,' '14.EO no action be. taken .In regard 'to pur :
by Drug' Co. Klsslnv Mr. J. M. Taylor came before the Grant B....*.*, road work >.-._-_ 81.00 I chase. I
-. J1eIWa. . 1.., L*' Kertl; work of road.K ...-. 40.00 An ordinance requiring phyalclan t
Board and urged them to set apart H. Inlr.; .... court con.t.a47.16 1 and other persons to report.1 birth ,
a day as good roads day same being C. 1.. Bandy. T. C. comma.... 110.10 and death within the city limit hav
laid over for future consideration. U. W, A.hton.; Baag-r. pay roll 268.16 ngbeen read a first time at a previous THE H. G. SIEVER ,
.: .''V",Cot1lna. part payt. rd. wk (0.00 meeting, was again taken up and -- .
Mr; P. G. Cromartie presented a :J..aae .McNeil care pauper .. 11.00. on' motion read a second time and.
petition for the establishment of ,a J. H. Dalaiden. takingack.. rt of, unanimously paaaed.
M. G. Weaver oad running north from Shingle Creek way deed ...._?__..___.,.___ 4.00 An ordinance providing the ratallatlon REALTY COMPANY
t* H, Injrram, prisoner feed bill 71.40 of theater picture *how... and >; r
1"rJ..or" ,,.. station same being laid over to next J. L. Overstreet wk Ablt. book.. 76.00 all other such places of public amu*"- ,
meeting of the Board. fair warrant were ordered cancel- ment In the City of Klaalmme was presented -- NOT IN THE TRUST -
FINE ARTS'ryloJ' The Board took -recessuntil 1:30p. ld from the various fund aa follow.: and read a flrat 'time, further
m. General. Revenue ..._........ 1171.41 action being deferred until next: regular 10,000 acre Stock'F..., a barraia if tak* at MM.,
..... ,. ,
Road Fund maetlnK.
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t. _a method* in ,..eI,' The Board met at 1:30: p. m. all beIng Fine & Forfeiture .-....._-:--. IUUcpn..lct : : There being! no further business the $5.00 per aen.1-' -:- -i- *:. -:- -:- Ke

ing duple and present as of the morning" ses Tre*.nrer'a Lease Report Fund showed. the H.OO following Council 1,11. at adjourned 7 o'clock on Nov.. 11. Prairie Laad, Oraat Grim, HiP Hammock Leads. Titmber .....*. t

oil;..*, *.; Toothing aJ_ arcAtt sion.lion. E. L. Lesley chairman the General balance Revenue on..hand----_;*...:_ 611.76Fine K. GILBERT.J. W. THOMPSON.J PreetdufLCleric. Lou at AD PrIces sad n East T.... k i

.cfamaf, pinptctiv. a) n cf Board''' received a telegram from Mr. A Forfeiture Fund ___--_ 417.17 .
2,000 Stack RadlwiD txckaaf half .... .
Hcbool Kund ._ .. .______ 181.17 acres
ridding.. Wm. S. Maxwell of Brevard county! Road Fund ...'_?-__?.-_-.-...____... 1887.12Convict for other real. ettaktt, .' -:- -:-, .-j- -t-,
them send the engineer of . "CABCARETS"IF..BILIOUB'
-Q urging to ? LrfaaeFund ..... 11.S 10 CENT l
Osceola over to with H. 8.' I), No. 1 .. . ._____ 71.42 M'
cooperate -
county - -
Studio at Park Hotel n. No.. .......;_..._ Ill.tR OR OOSTXVE '
I their in for 414..14" Groves all sizes and
engineer selecting a route n. No. i ;:::_........._ 80'0 Orange, prices ; .
Private lessons and clan work the 'proposed road between the' two H. S.' u. No. 4 ..,-_.,....._,.. mi.08 I. 1
counties. Upon motion duly seconded S.: $. u. No ..__---..-._._- ,,'.'1 For Sick Headache Sour Stomach KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I I '
R. II. Ludlam county engineer was instructed Tax Collector' License report showed '
td with them 1"4.O5 General collected and Auto Licence Sluggish LJvar Bowels-They I I /f
per 1SOO.OO collected. work while you alI l* p. ,.!T
the request. Tax Collector's Poll Tax Report showed ,
'The clerk was instructed to drawa nothlnK collected.'
M warrant in favor of J. W. Collins There., being no ,further bulne. totran.a.t I '. Forred Tongue, Bad'Taste iadlgee. }

andOrnamental as part payment of road. work at attain on the the let Boardadjourned day -of December to aamebrltiK meet tlon. Sallow Skill and Ularabl4 Headaches DOG FEEDS HENS. when open and'would only need a posh ,' '

Citrus Campbell Station. their next regular movtlnir.J. come from a torpid liver and John Sitka of. the Granby' road, to open It. '

The' clerk was insctructed to send U OVEKSTnKMT: clogged bowola. 'which cause your South Hadley Falls, Indiana claims Much to his surprise Sitka found
Trees each cattle inspector in Osceola coun.. atomach to become filled with undlKeated. '
tya copy of the law prescribing their food which sours and fornicate that his dog, Dewey takes the prize that his grain disappeared at an

-===== duties as such inspector Proceedings of.F like garbage In,a swill barrel.. -Thafa for intelligence and points to an incident alarming'rate, despite all his precautions :

and'Flowm- Mr. Edwin Swabey appcared-before the Ant Up to untold xnla ry-Indigestion. showing this and ,an unusual and this led him to Investigate.I '

Hedge Shrub the Board in the interest of an exbibit foul gases bad breath yellow friendship between the dog and, his Seated,, at his window and watching' I;

=-- to Upon the motion county duly fair'seconded of Orange Chaipnan county. the City Conncil akin.horrible mental and lean nanaeaUnc.' everything.A.Caacaret that la prize poultry. Silica's' grain Is keptin' the door of the iiEed, attention was'' ;'

Twenty-five dallart expended on E. L. Lelley was instructed to assist -, to-nlgbt will ciTe your constipated a small shed behind the house and drawn to the pap, whlclf sneaked up ". '

ornamental trees and shrubs will Mr. Swabey in presenting the matterto I bowels a thorough cleanaing and Sitka found that when he left the door to the door, followed by several 'nans*

enhance the value of a small lot the Board of Trade'' and the City Nov.' 4. 1913 straighten yon out by'morning. They of this shed open the chickens would Then the mystery was explained when/
with view of finding what The Council in work while aleep-a 10-cent box '
Council, a met regular session you
enter and feed themselves. This led the against the door with "l
hundred dollars in the Space feeling dog pushed .
one each will contribute to the cause. there being present Jj W. Thompson; from your druggist will keep you
of twelve months.. Come let us Engineer R. Ii. Ludlam filed a plat Pres.; T. M. Rivers; G. II. Prather, C. good for months. him to- place a spring on the door so his nose and held it open while the '

consult torether-help beautify optcity 'of and made report on the Boggy E. Yowell W. B. Crawford city attorney -Adv. that it. would close.of its own accord hens entered, gorged themselve. .
Creek bridge. Several estimates were and J. It. Gilbert clerk. The
and add to our property values. also opened, which he had received in n\fnutea of the last meeting were read mmH___ _ .

post: of construction of same. Upon and approved, reports of officers examined .
H Edmund Swabey Agt. ... ' ,. ".,?1<'l.I IIM.SrJiI." 1: N motion< duly' seconded the Board instructed and approved bills were ap- .' :;. ..' riP{% 'fIif.. : ".,'I't!, I't.;: ., :"t .
; : "
Mr. Ludlam to meet with the proved and ordered paid as follows: .' <

Residence 9 Orlando Ave. Board of County, Commissioners .f 37 W. Lilly, at) aa mayor ..,-. t SO.OO .
P. O. B. 626 Orange"county*and present drawingsand C. F. Tlaon aal. aa marshal. ...* 76.00Howell .
Uaaa. aal. aa police .. 10,00J.
estimates of cost of said bridgeto
Z. Hoboraori sal. .. Tread .. 25.00
the said Orange County Board for. J. K. Gilbert !sal a* clerk ....:. TI.OO .
t their consideration.Mr. Vana. Agnew &-Crawford. aial aa : -
-R. 1i:-Ludlam filed his report city attorney-. ._---__. ____ 26.00J. HARDWARE
t \\'.. Thompson sal mbr Cncll 1.00 GOOD
as County Engineer on work done during T. M. Rivera, .al. mbr.council' S.OO . .' >
J'V,: Thompson the month of October. C.oJ.. Yowell i sal mbr council 1.00 ;
: ..
for the Board G H. Prather sal mbr council '
W. J. Sears, attorney ,
.. E..' Hush, sal mbr. council 1.00 "
FUNERAL DIRECTORand gave his opinion as to the Board making .. Fraternity Hall rent ,, for Oct. n.lo. .
a trip over the state to investigatethe II. C. Stanford. md.e' city _-__ .80 '

good roads proposition stating "Tampa bid* on Tribune well ...--_advertising___..-..___ '.00 FOQTHATIIOME
that the Board by making such a trip Van Agnew & Crawford :
.. could secure a great deal of..information B.til in Jin for city correspond. S.OO I
LICENSED from other counties in the state. C. F. TlRon. feed. prlonr._ 17.00Osceola ,
I., '
Hdw.' Co., mdae city.. 6.0037.SB _
Upon motion duly seconded it was Gazette, ..-
Valley printingII.
agreed that at such time as the Board S. del IT. prof. erv. pauper 4.00 ''' '' :

thought best, the entire Board road U H: F.N.: Br r.oast..sal work aupt._at._wk 76.00.00: .
Ave. -- ---
Store .and Chapel Stewart supervisor and county engineer would J., R. Gilbert. Pay roll 8t hand 116.60 I \
make the trip. I. A. Mauk. St. work -....--- 16.26.
FLORIDA. petition Kla*. \Vag-on Wk*. shop work I s'&J&J
KXMIHaCEB. Mr. F. W Hill presented for city _..-.-.__..-.-.-..--. 6.SO, s'- I
in which he explained at length why W. B. Maklnaon Co.. mde city 6.60 : I
the'new' proposed public road runningeast Ho.Pls.. Lbr, Co.'lbr for bridge 17.684:
'" +MI Mach! Uroa.. transfer 8t .work ,,11.110''
+44I II t I "' + -+< lll +++ to the county line should 'start __ .
W. A. Joiner sal. aupt E L P ;,1111.00N.
from Narcoossee same being filed for. N. Paraont sal flrrnn E L, P 66.00J.
information. C. Ruckle' sal Ilnmn EL.P 60.00
f Mr. R. W. Woods appealed befere V R. Kllla, sal W & L oI.-... ,\,60700: -
; G'RAVSTONE interest of the Man- C. 1). Cain work for E L, P_.__ I, 8.76
the Board in the '
L P 11.00V.
8. K. Gardner sal engr.H
). ley. Portable Steel Convict Cage. .A- Joiner: ,' telegrams KL.PKla. 1.11 The hardware' 'is hut a small item ,in the
Mr. W.-- J. Adams appeared beforethe Electric Co. material ELP 101.14 ,
... if urn IM mi W. B Uaktnaon' Co., md... KLPSkinner 1.76 .. y yrr
Inter f'1'
interest of the '
Board in the Eng Co., mdae ELPB. 11.1' whole cost' of building but there's'a: whole {
: : '2.60 to & per national Harvester Company with a Dlckeraon- mdae E') 'I. P.,, roo 4 ,,
i of selling the county an, engineto J. J. Oann, work ) P-- 8.10 -
I Special by week or month. view pull the road brader etc J.Rose: EL Oraves.K. Lupfer I.,OSr mdae' K EFh Lp __.P'-*'' 4.11>.66 lot of difference. between :buying the best ,

'EW..T.UllIAI, Rq' ilPBini, IP.. ; ; Upon motion duly seconded' the 8. Johnaon.Will sal aupt W p.. '0.00 "
Board recommended G.- c. .Tindall ofNarcoossee Yatea. sal flrmn. W P.. 46.00 builders'' hardware 'foJyour':, home and ''some ,
+++++++*++.-i44'I'+I ''I--*11**+*++ cattle' inspector of District State Bank Kiss wood ticket 811.17 ;, V.I .
W. A C. Ono. Co.'Wood'' ticket 16.SO .
-- No. 31' ? OiceolaHdw'.. Co., labor and cheaper kind.. *' .Ii i
The clerk was instructed to advertise material. Water Plant 'L... .17.S1 : .'
F.. Thrasher bids. steel convict cages V. R. _Ellia fret & .ta.mpI..... S.11 ,
C. for on ;
., Prather Lupfer, supplies, fire The difference In cost between good-.and bad
one roller one traction engine, or com department _.-.___.--_----- 6.01 .
WORKER bination traction engine and; roller. C. !>.. Cain. Sea, pay roll F J> '''.00 : is' small but there's r 10 +
". SHEET METAL from Mrs.: C.'.H. Murphy Henry Padcrvtt ,a&l acavenorerHarry 60.00 locks, for instance, very. ,

Steel Ceilings- a Specialty. president of the Civic League,*askingfor :J. J. Dann Johnaon., wK on' sal acav4 oovener wagon 60.00 13.60Petltloa'preaente4 a great .difference<< in satisfaction.. Cheap ." ; . .
steel or con :
permission to place .
als-ned-by'a large '
,.P.'O. Box '696 fflsslmmee. Fla. crete seats on the Court House Square number of cltlxena aaklns' Council to goods' ,are a: .continual 'source i of ;:worry :land ,: : ,

of the public was read and amend ordinance requiringdosrs to be . .
for the use granted. muscled at all times to summer months annoyance,' and Itwil1'pay ,you :when figuring ;t. : .
request only. ..After'some .dlaoualon waa deterred _
TAX' NOTICE. Widows pension claim of. Mrs. D. !, allowing. time for a counterpetition on' that home;' to come hero' and get the '

;: Tax''Books 'of Osceola County M., Breaker' was examined. ,.and, ap.. to be presented:; '
Th proved . . On motion It was .ordere'd that'Mr.J best... We ire 'prepared to .furnish ,the : 'v;
will be for collection of taxes on ., Mr. C. EL .,. J1j. > .
open to Sheriff/? feed bill for,prisoners, was with advice from city attorneys adjust tit 2
ready builders' '
I am now ,best in ,hardware prices ,
November first examined and approv the matter of .tree'paving with. Mr very .
A discount of.2% G. Smith with J.; W. Clrkon-. :; "
estimates. bond of C.- '
furnish ,
Notary Mr. B. L. representlna that will find satisfactory.:; 'v; '.
Will be allowed on all taxes during the J.. B. :Tumblin and W. R. Nettles as DS'i; CouneatkCommlaaloners feesleyv: ; asked : .. you :

sureties was examined and approved. that' the city make -an appropriationfor '
month of November. *and- must bw ,Bond of Julian Montsdoca. fort ap exhibit at Orlando Fair. On motionIt I'I.'I. : OSCEOIA HARDWARE:: CO.-: : .: : f2 :.
All licenses are now. due pointment'as deputy sheriff of Osce .w..o. 160.00 ordered for that said. the city appropriate pro.-. I . \ ,
with Henry :T. Bass and purpose. .' .. .
paid promptly. ola vided the County Comm and :'; =' ; : t' '" t'r:
Collector.413.7t Whidden ai'sureties was examined Hoard, of I a like "
Tax M. I
c. L.. and approved.. amount Board of Trad*. County Commissioner. KISSIMMEE "The Favorite Store" FLORIDA* r I
to .
and City Council appoint "
-, Cost!Bill In the case of the state of one committeeman each to take chares "" ., '. \ : ,,1 /",:..
Florida vs.'Adolph Rosenberg was examined of tends and arrange for Said exhibit .... ..\ ,. '
WANT'. :ADS 'to' the Valley-.Gszetts .and l approved. : Mr.' Le.I.y' also asked that Council. '... .:
of 8vag.lot. next "
conaldor purchase .... .. .
ot selling and rent-; The following .vouchers were ex depot, to be used aa a .... .. '. .' ,
to .
thi :m ans paDKfr ... .. ... .
are other.IDeana Iamind. aproved and warrants. ordered ., 'publlo' park. After discussing the 'advUablllly '' . . '
i.g property.when all of..sarne Itiwa t agreed. that, .. .... '
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",, is not loud enough to be heard beyond (,I where the books are'bought new, usedas R.C.L.,Physician HYATT and"Surgeon "'

r t..'? . w,+ #fsoeooeaoeooo II Mainland(ill their own shores\ "M" gave us a EOOdne'some'time ii : Centej III IIIMr. ,long'as they hold together and can '
Oobb's Orange kick
\ ':,.\ ; ago, but we'veforgotten 'then, exchanged..' But the Phones, ,' '
Lewis' what said. Come again, changing
O'BRVAN, just was .comcs against the system of Office, 197 'KisaimmaRae. < ,
and tell all about the streetsof
us golden .
'!or' ,ATTORNEY AT LAWSPECIALIZING The fishing. division of the Cobb your city. Gazette;: -books every year.' ''The kick comes 248. FJorfssmrtlt. ,

l family have been on a strike. You We fully appreciate the Valley Gazette We've got a grouch. Here it let the hig hprice of these books that are -. "
> green ones will have to await developments and its enterprising editor and I Ot all the Idiotic, entry, unjust,' impossibla printed in large quantities and can SIMP8 ON''niCNrIiT
IN ; before you find, out what .a had an answer prepared to the Oliver laws on our statute books the half the price that is chargd J,. W.
fisherman's strike is, the 'punch is on letter but as we,have been compelled I law that disfranchises good, honorable be sold for about ''
,ABSTRACT the lake for better resuts with less I to use so much space for other items citizens i la the worst. Our public servants i today. I know something .

,;, labor. The patriarch, his aid do camp,1 will hold over to see if one better whom we elect to make our I the cost printing books and I' state ID Kali Building.t iI \

AND Will Hall, Captain Tink, John and qualified will not respond to that gen laws want our votes, and yet they : today that the school books are sold Upstairs, w, a, m. to 12, m.
Racle constitute, the bone and ,sinewof make laws that our casting I 'I I H'R:
; tleman's epistle. prevent at exorbitant price and all school )MFIG7E .;., 130; to 5:30p, all.rrdrphnn
this noted attempt to force the 1 is still matter for officers or for public
:TITLE WORK The goat question a a vote our I Nn 7s Jun 6.Ivr..
water of the Kissimmee river to yieldto '| of controversy. At some future time benefactions, such' as bonding for 'I supplies In proportion ,

BTATK BANK their demands. First a piece of we propose to tell who eat that goat. good roads. We people of Orange! "1 don't care a picayune who gets CARSON
net work 1,200 feet"long and perhaps I suppose you think the !time has arrived Center with about 75 votes and all in : about this article from the StateSuperintendent 1)R. W, W. ,
oo oaaaoaaoaaoaaaoa 30 feet wide consisting of strong twine! for the finality of this 'article. favor of public',enterprises were able sore Sheats down M County, .
was brought forth, one end was fastened We' are both of the same opinion. today to cast but three votes becauseof I DENTIS1
of launch and the 1 law that compels ,. Supt'rJl'tende.h.a' They can t Store'Office
to the stern a REX the ,abominable 2" :. .
.t o oo oo o o+ other end fastened near the depositoryfor I ,- 1II l everybody to register and makes no take it to themselves ana w> can' the -Office over Cole's Jewelry

the fish. The launch proceededout provision for the registration. There I dealers in school books- and supplies. Hours) 8-12, li-C I
THE in,the stream to the full length of were but four names on the'registra- the children too Office phone lbS
< ManhattanHotel J JKi its full length the hauling !In com- because the other 72 have had no opportunity much. If I am wrong in my surmises Gas administered for extraction or teetb I\

menced. This work was slow and to register.: We understandthat I want the school, authorities to set

'. rather laborious, though the boys Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill a recent legislature enacted a me right and they can have free space I,
_. ._ didn't appear-to be pulling faun hard, here for a few days last week;, wile law providing for the registration of DR. II. S. .
- -- ---- -- to me. AND SJCBfiBOJi
in this k
an occassional fish was hungin on their way from Colorado to Clert everybody each year.. The (books to ; paper PHYSICIAN
$Special Attention to the meshes as 'the pulling in pro- mont Fla. They visited the familyof be open only for a limited time. Why The above article "from the pen of, Citizens Bank Building

the Traveling Public cess was going on. Rex was carried Mr. and ,Mrs. Fletcher while here.S. not agitate the idea of keeping the Bro. Holly is a genuine good one ,and Klsslmme, Florida f

-, --- out in a boat to where the fish .trap be W. Stewart and wife had as their registrathvt. books open the year round. bearB'.noth-in but the truth,from startto Phones:'Office '297 or.64

x X Just across.the jtquare from stood made.and Well where to make the wind-up as few was words to as guest last 'Week Mr. M. Allen, whose' That would of voting give every on) public man an questions opportunity finish.: The books for,I Residence, 265. 14-lyr r

V A. L. L. Depot possible out of the affair, when the. home is in Georgia. as soon'' as he shall have become a 'hildrcn of this state have always cost '

i f I: KISSIMMEE, FLA. finality came there was a squirming,' Judge O'Neal T. P. Warlow,and Postmaster legal citizen of the state. It would too much and we, with Bro. Holly, believe I "
twisting, bouncing flouncing mass of i. W. R. of Orlando were in give perhaps three minutes,more work 'that when the mutter of the ex> ; M: RIVERS, M. D. .
fins, snouts and tails'in that community Apopka last Wednesday' on business for some county official each day, but books ] '
"such an the writer had never seen connected with the,, State Bank here. he could surely stand that, even if orbiUint and high prices of these PHYSICIAN and SURGEON j'

before. There was a promiscuous R. M. Moore has begun to clear his !I he, had to get back to his'office a few [4s thoroughly investigated H wilt be Osceola Pharmacy.
gathering of flsh; big, little, young lot on Central avenue, recently purchased :''minutes before 2 p. m. Can't you found that: the men ;higher up arc responsible Office over .
and old, fat fish and lean fish, some from Postmaster W. T, Wil start something and jeceiying a. nice t I Residence l 63
with, sharp noses, some With blunt : are PHONES!1t Office 148 '
Miss M. V. Mr. and Mrs. Spangler of Kansas
son.HE. of the sale of -them. .
few with snouts and many juicy graft, out I \
L 1 __ ones a Piggett of St. Louise Mo., was City are visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,Long 'to
i without them, some with-fofkedj tails, "hero-the latter part of last week looking this week and incidentally looking af State Uniformity was, thought

r others with straight tails, some flat for location and seemed to ter having some work done 09 their' be a ROod'thing, and it probably wouldb L'WINN
and some nearly round. 'There appeared be well pleased with this part .of the place in Sec. 2. They expect to build if we had good, honest men to take W:.
to be every' shape and form state and, said he expected to returnat
and move here next June. It has PIIYSICIANOffice
it and make good.
that a fish could assume and even a an early date. V hold of '
couple of turtles had been captured. Mr. Elliot was most pleasantly sur- probably cured'some of the evils of the I 2nd Floor'WmaonJuUdiq..
.' Dr. J. W. Minklef made a business'trip ] prised last Monday by'the arrival of
Then came the assorting. Small ones to Mt. Dora last Saturday Mrs. Elliot, whom he did not expectfor book question but it has by no means' RBSIDBNCS PHONS M KiaimiBa.Orric I
were thrown i back in the water, cat ProHB V7 YiuasDa
iv. I
fish in the trap and the rest in the treat a horse that waa.bitten by a several days.E. . cured all of them. The many-who .

bottom of the boat, after a fine mess rattlesnake. J. Keen is putting out a big lot were so heartily in favor of the uniformity -
)18 Broadway had been secured for home use. Thena The Civic League of' Apopka gavea banana trees on his lake front. of text looks and tried so .A. VANS AONBW W. a.CAWF.W.,
supper at the city hall last Friday ,,Messrs. Robbin, Harrison.and Mad-
strange thing happened. One ten- and realized about, from their hard ,to have such a bill passed a few, VANS AGNEW It CRAW.'ORDATlCRKEU.ATLAW
Kissimmee, - Florida pound trout leaped high in the air, night $24 dux are at work in Apopka this week
ceared, the side of the boat. and wash .supper. The proceeds will be placed building a fine new hotel. years ago are not neV so enthusiasticover ' j
> the deep water before he could to the credit of the'league and later .Mrs. M. J. Matheson became perilously the proposition. Many were under .

be; intercepted. The boy countingthis used in "beautifying the town.. The ill from ptomaine poisoning, af- the ,impression that it would cure OfBoM a-/ M Cltli.Df Bank OuUdlif I' j
- good active in this canned salmon week.
women are very ter eating last '
a loss, pulled for the'nearby / the in the school system Kissimmee FloridaII.
uoO'Oo+<'o.O+Oooo shore, but just as they touched', land kind of work and they will soon con- She grew worse gradually and on all defects -
with the bow of the boat, In 'very vert Apopka into a city beautiful.Mr. ; Monday'' night succumbed. She was Lut it has not.
M. TILLER shallow*water the trout was found to Henshaw of) Windermere was I buried Wednesday afternoon. The present state superintendentwas

have been concealed under ,the boat here several days last week inspecting advocate or claimed to be, D'; GEIGER,
I a great .
Real Estate Agency J and had moved along with it. The property with a view of buying. He
seemed, well pleased and will in all of this system, especially at the time
boys jumped out, landed it on the
................................. beach, and went on their way rejoice probability return}ere later and make' Public School when he was wanting votes for the office ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
,Apopka his home he fills. During the campaignhe
ing. Office State Bank Building
I .
'Realty bought and'sold. B. F. Hawthorn is preparing to
d Houses rented. ,Tomatoes have-..been a part of our open.the packing house here at once I ExpensesCommenting shouted greatly about his being in Kissimmee. Florida
diet for the last two weeks, and if and begin packing oranges. At the favor of.State Uniformity and to hear j
I Taxes paid and Titles verified you fellows don't succeed in gettingany prevailing prices there seems to be'' i hi/n tell it, he would cry for and almost -
i for nonresidents.Fire I'll tell you they are delicious If good money in' citrus fruits as some GEO. F PARKER, .. .1
lie to have such a bill passed.
P'- Life and Accident Insurance. -'' you could get our cook to fix them up of our citizens have sold their I I on the public school t
for. you you'd say'that the Cobb .tomato -. fruit at $2.25 on the trees. grape system'o( the state and the 'policy But what of it? What has he done? Attorney-at-Law. ;11

+ ,ti ; Indemnity Bonds. has the best flavor of any you Work was begun last Friday on the Hof'I changing text books about every The state of Florida_has no FREE .Collections and Conveyancing
', have heretofore eaten. hotel in Apopka. This has been SCHOOLS. And- will not have until
new .
I time the Editor R. J.
Mr. Ed Fuell and some parties em- I moon changes, Specialties. -j
looked forward,, to for some weeks j
sometime to come or until the present
ployed by hint are cow-hunting, in and to note that I Holly of the Sanford Herald, has the
we are glad soon
the meantime -Mrs. Fuell is on a visitto school authorities have been buried un- II Broadway.
,there will -be-a three story 24-room'following to say:
her mother's. John and Racie feed- hotel erected here for the comfort and I ""What a beautiful thing'it is to live |"tier the sod Of-the" political field. ThereIs
'. ing the live stock left behind during convenience, of the tourist and the one thing sure that free schools
S.H.BULLOCK their absence., The Fuells are, close commercial traveler. M. T. Andersonof in a FREE COUNTRY where the pub- G F. KRIIIBS, '
neighbors it only being about one-' the American Realty Co., la having I lic: schools are free ((1) and the for our free country will not get any
oia domi- encouragement at the hands of the ATTORNEY AT LAW KISSIMMEE, FL.\-
quarter mile from the'Cobb. the building erected.A. I school books only-cost the parents ofa r

;'' REAL ESTATE cile. ., M. Starbird has been "just as family of children about $16 for the present! state superintendent. "The Examination of Titles j a Specialy.'
', *. Mr. Zipprer, accompanied by Ed a bee" for the past week lay time is not ftpe/ says the state superintendent '
aaaaaoaaaaaaaawa.z Fuel! was a'' visitor at the mansion first start and no human being knows Notification and payment of taxes 'of..
mains and
z INSURANOE during the first part of the week. The ing new water installing what the finish 'will be. Some time for free books and free non-residents given careful

gentleman resides on the opposite water water is to undoubtedly new customers.,the) best'The that city I, ago, and I can't' recall at the present schools. If the' time is "not ripe" for attention. I

F side of the river, in Polk county, and : them, when in the name of creation, \
could be found anywhere and time when the bill was enacted, itseems
a of Titles everyone Pat
Examination a G. P. Garrett
is a stockman of some ,note in that wants to be connected with it. to that spell-binder will it be "ripe?" I
county. The visit was a business trip The city registration books me some _TOHNSTON &: GARRETT :
were If there ever was a time when
advocated uniform schoolbooks l
".' Specialty.Correspondence of some importance. open for 20 days to allow all who have a 'system Attorneys at. Law
Weather conditions have been Florida needed free schools it is now.
,some- not registered a chance to do so in and all of us men who have Offices 10, 11 &: 12
adverse during the last two Weeks; State Uniformity is a gold thing we
Solicited. order to vote in the approaching municipal large families were congratulating
.j dry with heavy wind from the north,, Citizens Bank Bldff., ;
_. election. ? If it is properly conducted bc
,.... ._.. .. ..... ,.. north-east and a portion of the time ourselves that the school books would Kissimmee Florida: '
' has been \
from the east, and exceedingly cool erected A new automobile 4th garage not' ch nge'for_ everal ..minutes untilwe nothing,:under\.Heaven', II will}Jcure' }the . ,," '. ., ..\". , ;

for this season of the year. Frida. Last on street.cold wave could draw long breath and take evils of the high cost of books unti' .
a swept IXHrU C. .
evening it turned warmer, anii'on' Saturday across this country and a high wind a*'hitch in our'pocket books ,in order, the are purchased by the county or Late CouitMl for udia of the i
C.W.GWFFINStaple came a much needed rain.. Florid K. K. Conm. Criminal Umui
prevailed all day from the northwest to get over the next bill. state and furnished ,to the children i
Cattle be their
to holding
x own despite appear the cool nights, and thereis and on Monday morning it was found "That uniform business is, a fake of free. Of course, nothing is free, but"the BASSET &: WARLOW '

and FancyGROCERIES every reason to believe that there that beans,a sweet biting potatoes frost had and nipped other tender the- the deepest 'lye and somebody,.somewhere books would be paid for by the ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS

will be no serious loss during the coming county or state and a tax levied for .
rather AT LAW
plants;; early for a biting Is getting a large ,andjuicy I
winter. i frost,for this section of the state.' graft out of the'.choc>l books-in Florin this purpose. In Hernando county Pmctlc In .ll lh. Court of the "HUU' and .* '
I: : Hogs likewise in good form. ; I
ale .
the United Slat ale b ( '
The here, the or' ii.Florldakaa.
prevailing opinion) on where the free book has beenin
system, ,
The rough,range''which constitutes a is Last year my boys bought books nxl CommliwioB. and the IDten\ata t.oaew.. 'I I
eve before. the election that' the
portion of this country appears suitable bonds for brick roads in Orange coun- that were used for vnly a few lessons, operation for the past.twenty!" years, ConunlMion.ll-U BLDO. '
i for the hearty little rooters. The I the books costless than one-third ofa CHABUarroN, ORLANDO. FUU j j'
carry by a large majority. some not at all and this year, these Wlyt ,
flavor of the flesh of these taken from
free Delivery to all Parts the is good the marsh There will hardly be a dissenting vote books are thrown out of the. courseof mill on the dollar and our tax assessor -

of the City also range helps.them very in their efforts; to obtain here on the proposition..'ARG US." study.. Last year, my' oldest boy will! testify' to the fact. The average ANDREW JOHNSON I

a livelihood. certain of geography but cost per set of books for each
> AT
4, w
Captain Johnson continues his trips pupil enrolled Is 49 cents' In richer
this the next boy cannot' use
year Will Practice all
up and down the river. The mouth of in Courts i
communities it would be less.
- -- --- i -- the, Southport, and lower canals durIng A SURE REMEDY that geography' bugle ''compelled to State and Federal 1
,, 'place Bro. Holly is on the righttrack at Office '
A popular trusting this excessive dry weather has r buy another kind and buy it new adjoining Broadway'

,,4I been more or IBS,choked up with sand, FOR A LAZY LIVER 'There Is no uniform(system in the last_and we hope he will stir up thingsa Citizens Bank Kissisame ,I

but the captain sweeps it, away with public schools and just who I is responsible .little and find the grafters and the
the stern wheel of his boat and then
through, although times he -, for the high cost,:of educa- men higher up who are responsible > R URRY SLICING: .t

is passes delayed several hours in crossing.Our Go to'the I ll.lllmmee'Druc Co. for this tion in the, public schools wjll be discovered < thdj high cost, of school books in this 1VL ARCHITECT .

Democratic rooster Is' still a Safe, Reliable Remedy and Get for I intend to run it down< and state. In his efforts to do so should Orlando, Florida.Room 'I

discontented This member of the fowl fam- Your Money. Back if,it Fails. make, it public'and "in the search' I receive the encouragement of all the 16 '
ily. dissatisfaction arises
citizens of the state and the. state
the unproductive, appearance of his expect behave the operation and assiatance Watkins Block IJD ,:

I tadpole, and minnow plantation.' He There are''very4 few remedies that of every man in Florida who press.-Southern ,Argus.

thought that the success of his party gain the, confidence, of druggists as has' children and who is struggling

+ meant something better ,for him and Dodson's Liver Tone does. The Kis along every year with a heavy burdenof GIVE "SYBUP OP FIQS" H.: JENKINS ,14-
his numerous family, but he appearsnow simmee DrHifj Co. sells it and backs up F. _
paying taxes for schools' and is TO CONSTIPATED OHILD ,
to be laying the blame to the un. .
the sale of every,bottle with the money ; "
lucky number' thirteen. ,back guarantee that the price will held up byi))the school trust and Flor

Beans and Irish potatoes are doing be-refunded if it fails to. give complete ida is themost,fertile' field, that can '.Delicious' "Fruit Laxative" can't harm -t T .
v splendid. Those hardy plants ,.have satisfaction.' be" worked."It .. Fraternity' Mall Kissimmee Fla.
tender little Stomach liver .
.-. had no Bet backs.. Dry weather, wet Dodson's Liver Tone costs.JO) centsa M'
and bowels.
weather almost brought*tears,to my eyes ,
or windy seems all .
i bottle. It is the safest and '
- .
best -
the same to them., They continue to '' io ,stand' at Phillips' store. last'Mon' '
: Our' neat ,market, because MI remedy for, torpid'liver, constipation;
for their meets thrive and bid fair .to produce a fine biliousness,!-etc., that has ever been day and see children who had no fatherto Look at the tongue, mother) If ++000000000..00., .. ........,

'M'l :many arrange crop. Sweet potatoes are likewise in sold in tfl city., It takes the place: pay their bills trying to get enough "'coated, your little. one's stomach, liver
here! I fine forma They have a very fine ap- of dangerous calomel and does, not second : and bowels"need cleansing at once. Dann & :Dann
books hand if in .
possible, or
J pearance, and it is expected that ,
I approaching lay you up asa dose of calomel often When peevish, cross, listless, doesn'tsleep "
_'f '" .rains will 'soon bring them does. A bottle in the house is as goodas der ithat they could'attend the FREE ', eat or act naturally or Is feverish -

I . : , to a state' of perfection,'and as we are fifty nts in If you.o*>| SCHOOLS our'FREECOUNTRY: ,, stomach sour, breath bad; has .Grocery Company
'1' I all more or less of the'cracker-'Crder, your"family need a liver tonic you have and there ;is no:'doubt but'.what 'some acre throat diarrhoea full ot cold,give .*. _
i WE',will' be pleased to.arrange we desire them for' table' use as soon the. medicine ready. If it ,fails yon of them are unable'to attend because a teaspoonful of,"California Syrup of *r-lQl Broadway-=, '--

,, as-possible.! get your money back., .. ,, Figs," and in.a few hours all the foul, ,
w with. you for the best cuts The garden, like the field, would Be sure you get Dodaon's Liver" they cannot afford the expensive books constipated waste, undigested, food
be greatly Improved'by rain, but the Tone when you ask for it. There are that are required by our system today. and sour bile gently moves out of Its Operate the Cleanest Store

i", ; of meat, either by' phonq);,pr at plants are well 'as could be imitations\of it that may disappoint The books are one item, clothes, 'hats, little bowels without griping and you and Sells the Freshest Groceries .
expected<< 'and fourteen foot 'Is ,
: cane -Advertisement. have a well, playful child again. Ask
you. 47-lt
) :1 : 'etir'j:counter. This is a rent shoes and other incidentals are an- of House
t ;" .. : prominent. -, your druggist for' a, 60-cent bottle of Any in,Kissimmee.
'," for meat for those who Mrs, Seaver is still with us, enjoy; 'BLISSFUL IGNORANCE- other item, and a large one and the "California Syrup of Figs," which contains -
kzveus ,
ing her usual health, and all 'combine. denial of the children of an educationrests full directions for babies. children !- ....oootOO o oo..o.o.....
'v"' are'particuiar, : ,about the kind to make her comfortable. -, of sJl and for''
:,,. The lake appears to'tav.. fallen upon ,the. head'of the manor age, grownups.Adv?
A'story describes
..t "> 1'i, ....." eitL. ,, rapidly for the last, two weeks,' and where "ignorance was another'bliss. instance" men higher up.who allow,such, a,sys-. "I
its basin is so dry that it.will require tern to exist. '
'A, man went to a 'says'the'
R. F
some heavy rainfalls to it Judg. ''' ON THE RIALTO .,
cause Boston ,
T Transcript, an d whether' 1 am not protecting anyone) in this %
r (. rise to, its ordinary height. he could bring' suit for slander againsta fight for',a cheaper system of educa "You call yourself 'an'actor.. I'd
lemons limes
Oranges and THE
are who
> man had called him rhinoce
. MARKET well. Both in Bice: ,' quantity''and tion. Letthe:fault rest where,it be- have. ,you know that I wear the,mantle TAILOR

<- ROLL." BASS quality they are fully up to the stand- roaWhenfiilicertainly.," said the judge. longs'and .it certainly; belongs; to"everyone pf Booth." t

r*: ard. Hot: lemonade is still our regular that?" 'wh basanythlhgto, do with : wear t1e'o
'r "I not the 'm ( 11 Darlington'An
:. xy BASS morning; dram unassisted by anythingpf "About tbreeesylearsyou may
.. ORWA. a more stimulating nature. "Three years gel! ago.And the' education"ofour, children in FlorIdaj ,ff th, retorted the other, "but I got ta J
,'I,', { .. .it.t, ; """;;....,' ;.<" Our Whittier correspondent tart suit todarl"! you only It'ls.true. that one'can exchange overcoat: Yahl"! .

',(..J. : : : ....4.fM..t.r.) .,.......'jt"", "JI thus far failed' to'show. up.- We hear; But your honor,_ :re8terday'' L laW old,books at'the, store'and gVt something *- tur..'overeoat Yah 1"-Kansas City, Advertiser' in the Valley, Gmawtt* '.
.ofthe', ,boom from'a,distance'but"it arhinoceroa return '
;for the time." In : That part i. .n right'
; ,first '11
'. ,, /' '", always produeea'raalti. :,

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IDAY) .NOVEMBER, 14( 1913 6 t ....

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1 .
J = = T Miss :M..C.Bryan..jrrad.. com... 1.00 IN"CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF FLOR. with! the Company. The authorized
Proceedings oftheSobool Miss Harriet Wilcox, grad com. the stock
capital '
may be
Warlnir Trading Co.. IDA. ejKVKNTH: JUDICIAL "ciRJCUT Issued and *11I'4
supplies for
at such time or times, ,
FOR School No.! .________ 4.10 ,, .OHCKOLA COUNTY' ,, ', such terms and conditions as the and Boso-3( "i? .r
LADIES W. H. Brokaw. tree.St. Cloud' IN ritANCKRY.Jalla of Directors may determine }
Board School No. 14 .._?,..._._____. 9.00 stock may : and the
Geo. U. Barnard Mftr. Co., sup., 10.41 R.;.;...... Cesp.lslasB; <*.. Best.Me ttimetto time, beyond the amount stattsin
Berry Yates, labor Hch No. 1 2.26 H....rts. n.te...... DI"....... manner provided by law '
1". P. Williams labor Sch. No. 16 3.25 ARTICLE IV.
Gun It affidavit
Metal Button SamL Tatlow, janitor Sch. No. appearing filed by appended The; corporation shall exist perpetu.
Boots to the bill In the above-stated
14 ....... _,.. _. 5000 ally
Klsslmrnee Fla. Nov. 4, 1911The W. 13.Maklnson--?' Co. ------ cause that Bobble Kobertt. the defendant law.; or until dissolved acceding .to

Board of Public i Instruction met No. 16.' sub-dint. _sup.____Schl_ therein named !I. a nonresident of
$3.00 1 __ __ 11.47 Florida ARTICLE] V.
3.50" 4.00 4.50 in regular session there Osowola Hrw. Co., desks & 161. the stale of ", and is a residentof The Charter
and 5.00 being preaeht frsrt 40 w. State of Ufeorgla, over the of this Corporation mar
,W. C. Baas, chairman and W. W, American W. J. Sears Seating Co.. desks _. 280.00 feffe of twenty-one year; It le therefore be amended from time to time, aa pro t/
annual report and ordered that laid vided by law, new or hereafter enact
all 'sizes Chandler, also. W. J., Seara, aueprin- School ....'__.._._.__ 24.80 be and he la, hereby nonresident required defendant to ed; and have published due notloe "
Book appear -
ten dent. So.
Co., 'book._:_. 1190. thereof,' and have otherwise complied'with .
Minutes of the last regular session M. O Weaver .erv. Sch. No 1 26.00 .aid causeeonllor beforeplMonday dthe1st the Statute in such ease made and
W. B. Maklnson
Gun Metal .shoe* are the were read and approved.S. School No. 1 ____Co.___,_supplies________ 825 1 day the.oIPet''ot.: : : D. 111, otherwise provided ARTICLE) VI. '
moat said bill
for popular L. Lupfcr, County Treasurer. reported Qlnn & Co. books ___h_______ 8500 'Confessed by said will betaken The 'Business of this Corporation., until 1
general: wear add are made of the as follows: .' Amer. Book Co., books -.____ 78.40 It Is further ordered that' this order otherwise provided ahall be con
,- - H H. Stafford.., furniture. .4700 ducted by a President a let Vice Pr.dent .. ,
best -- - be
published w..k.tor
leather To once four
produced. the Honorable Board of Public In. State Bank, ro..n.4 no.. ...-..- $100.0Q.! weeks In a the Klalmmee Val-consecutive ( a Id Vice President, a Secretary .
struction in and for Osceola County: State Bank, Int. .warrant No. ley Uasette and a Treasurer and a Board of Dlree.tore ,
I herewith tender my report as J9S6-4 moo -____1---_____ ..... said County, and a newspaper State. published In consisting of not less than three t
Treasurer W. W. Chandler, M B P I_-__ 20.00 6th, 1111 (1) nor more than seven ((7) members;
Red Shoes for Children .of Osceola County for the Mrs F. C. Bryan, sal teacher INOVemr.eL OERSTREETClerk the number of Directors to be axed br {
month of October A, D. 1918. School No. 1 : 65.00 Circuit Court. the stock-holders. In.the by-laws, from
W. It. Uodwln la-------------- I time

Oeaeral *..._ Fs... IS, sub-dlst. No. 3 ..u______ 6.00 1(. D. OliGER, M. .JOHNSTON Deputy Clerk. hold. t'o:0: : follow may '
To balance from last report. | 7.4.(* The Board having' exchanired,lots for Solicitor for Complainant. 4..4tN ing named persons shall be tbe officers I f
Come and See Ta Amt reed, from loan Cltl- school building; at Center Park Sehool to conduct the business of the Company a
!'' It's pleasure] to slow our fooJ sens Bank --._-.-.__.._,_._.. S60000 No. 7 and H. O. l>ariln.and wife having ciHcuircui, MT IU UK KI.OH- until the officers who shall be elected
Ta Redp..8/.19 Compt. July given to the county a deed to the land IDA. *1O"flJN'I'U JlimiAL. CIR, at the first election of officers of said
| ; .Tax Col. Tax as per agreement; upon motion duly CURT, 0*('IflOI.A COUNTY I' Company shall be qualified: .
n.o ____.__.____.:._-_._.___ 4'.8 seconded the chairman and superintendent IN CIIANCBHV, ' H W, THURMAN.' President: i
were Instructed to sign deed to W. 13. MAKINSON. lit Vice President;.
Button-Harris Co.FOOT 41108.11I old lot to Mr. H. O. t'artln. per agreement C. J. Rotkroefc., Cemplslsant vs. O. I.Hire H. (J. 8EIVER. Secretary; I ; 1 t.
By paid warrant. as per list.40S6.88 of Board. sad Mary J. Ward .... V M. R 1) PORTER, Treasurer;
"' The Board appointed Mr. Jack Simmons Ward, her ....b..... Uefeselaetsi Fererlosnre and the following Directors; I
By balance ______________ 281.37 as supervisor of School 8 In ef I-le. H. W.. THURMAN. -
8nb-lebool DUtrlet No 1. place of W. H Mann, as Mr. IIII''n:: has' W, B, MAK1NSON. '
To balance from last report.. 8S7.E4 moved to another school. It appearing by affidavit appended H. U. $i:1VER. ,
To Amt. reed from Comp., Jvly Superintendent Sears stated to the lo the bill filedIn. the abovestatedcause R. T>. J'RTF.JH.
Redp. ?*-,._.-. '.88 Board that from Information received that D. I* Rice one of the de- D H. THURMAN, I ;
---- there was again a sufficient number of endants therein named Is a nonr..Ident The annual meeting of the stockholders -
878.42 scholars at Rauleraon's to'' open the of the State of Florida, and Is a shall be on the second Tuesday
By paid warrants as per list80.00 school at said place and he was Instructed resident; of Washington i). u., over the In February of each beginning ,
to secure a teacher for the.. tire of twenty-one years, > It Is there. with the year, 1114 at which meeting
By balance __ 7"9.U school toro ordered that said nonresident defondant the Directors shall be
? ? as soon as pOHSlble. elected and the
D. G.G WEQ G l IHSURRHCE ftnte-Mrhool .IlUtriet No. S. A petition I I from the colored people be and Is hereby: 'AII 'ddlo appear officers of the Corporation shall be r
R U C DGE CL. Tobalance from last report_ 1S4.18 of Center Park wa. filed showing a to the bill of complaint said elected by the Directors as soon ae p
!.. To Amt. reed from transferred sufficient number. of scholars for a cause on or bufore Monday the 1st day practicable after the Stock-holders' annual r.
,District No. .1 .,_.ta. ,..__ 8.00 school and the patrons having agreed of December A. ,L>. 1913. otherwise tbe
to-furnish a building said school was allegations of said bill ,'will be taken meetingARTICLE) VII. ,
"'', Successor to Arthur E.: Donegan Agency 181.98 established to be known as school No. as i confessed f by said defendant.: said Corporation shall adopt an appropriate

Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen By paid warrants\ as per. lI.t.. 20.00 .8 Bank! Building., hone 246 was placed at $,,0.00 per month. be published once a week for four consecutive For the government of Its affairs not
By' balance -.-__...-,. 112.98 Applications for an Increase In salaryof weeks' in the Klsslmmee Val- Inconsistent with Its Articles of Incorporation H
Mnb-Nrhool IMitrtrt NO. a. teacher of School No. 12, Narcoossee, .ey Uasette, u. newspaper published In and the Lawa of the State of
General Pep a To balance from-last report __ 739.9S was read by Superintendent but the said-County and State. Florida, which by-lawa may be amended ;
Insurance puglnesa, nling the strongest and most To Amt. Teed from __________._' Board ,after considering same decidedthat This November 6th. 191S.. or Board of Director
By paid warrants as lI.t.. 123.02 (Seal) J. L. OVKKSTREBT provided '
Reliable companies. per It would be Impossible to grant as may be ' by-laws :
Clerk Circuit Court. i
Increase at least for the present )
balance _.-.. year.Superlnt..nd..nt By JAMBS M. JOHNSTON. '
By _-- 666.SO Sears reported that The highest amounnt of Indebtedness
We will continue the ((...-......_ Dlstrlet N.. 4. on account of extra examination for II D. GEIGER, Deputy Clerk, or liability to which this Corporationcan
BuRinrim of the Arthur E. Donegan Agency To balance. fro mlast report._ 1S77.58 teachers he found It Impossible to attend Solicitor for Complainant. "-4tJVOTICK. at any time subject' Itself shall '

without change-Your By paid warrants a* per list.. 84.60 the Southern Educational Convention be ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND ($100-
patronage i. renpectfull, solicited. liy balance __ ___. 1198.08 at Nashville.A 000.00) DOLLARS T
HHb-Nrhool .t Me. ft. sufficient number of scholars by ARTICLE) IX. .
Take notice that I will on the ,2nd
To balance from last report > 14.91 I The and residences of the F
petition being shown at Merldla color. day of December, 1(11, or aa soon thereafter names /
By paid warrant. as per list.. 5.00 ed school No. 31 was ..established provided as I may be heard apply for a subscribing, Incorporators together Y 'r
the would furnish with the number of shares of the authorized
patrons the pardon for Johnson Williams, who was
balance ..._. ._ 9.91 "
By *- -- building without cost capital stock subscribed for -,
to the and ,
county convicted at the Fall term of the Circuit
$ $ $ ,
$ $ $ S. L. LUPFRR the salary of teacher was placed at. Court for Oaceola I Florida by each are as follows: S
County Treasurer $30.00 per month. In Itll, of assault to commit:: murder. II. .W. THURMAN. Klsslmmee. Florida
Warrants In the of ,
sum $4348 were i
A communication was received from ISO shares; ,
Anyone desiring may then heardon
RARE CHANCE IN SUBURBAN HOME cancelled In open session.Bills the superintendent asking for pay for the merits! of the application. W. B. MAKIN8ON.Klsslromse, Flor. tl
were approved and warrants county line pupils and the Board Instructed ida. 10 shares; ", ,
At other interests prevent my living .there., I offer for sale my Issued as follows: I the superintendent to write to'' 46-St. Attorney for Petitioner.; H., O.. SKIVER Klsslmmee.; Florida ,N
A ,
W. J Hears sal. .upt. errorS 150 shares __
the of :
place Fish superintendent IJeiBoto county ,
on four and '
a half miles from Kissimmee 'and equi mos. 16000 stating that (If said Insisted R. D. PORTER. Klsslmmee. Florida
distant from St Cloud., O..o. W. Overstreet M BPI ._ 4,00S for said scholars county that the on 1\O''U'1O OF APPLICATION FOR LET 10 shares; ; I
1* I.upfcr com treas .__... 113.B6 I pay would for county '"EIt% PATENT AM i:>cuitI'OUATIO D. H. 'THURMAN.. Klsslmmee Flor-

.., This Property comprises over 20 acres of good land and has J. K' Km, Kb, janitor Sen No. 1 40.00 communication pay "ame.IlIt was received from :\. Ida, 10 shares
|t. M Evans sal. teacher Sch. ; IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have
660 feet on the lake front Excellent Robert Willis stating that the cltliiiid -
fishing. No. 1 200.00 of Algler desired to form a sub- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That hereunto set our hands on this the ,'
The land is half fruit and balance muck Has house almostnew Miss Almlna Leltner, sal. tchr school district. Tho superintendentwas the undersigned Intend to.apply to the 6th day of October A. D.-191
: 1 __ 8S.00 '
School No
Instructed to write Mr. Willis that Clovernor of the State of Florida, on the H. W. THURMAN 4
story and shelf, 30x30 ft. Has water in the house two wells, i Miss Clara Ledbelter sal tchr* the same was In sub-district No. 8. and 15th day of November. >. D. 1818, for W. B. MAKINSON ,
I. School No. 1 -+_ 70.00 to form It would bo LHTTKR8 Incorporating' the H. Q. SEIVKIt "b+4
of these one to
(one is flowing) of artesian necessary lJ'1d !
fine water good out-buildings.. Gladys Short salary teacher take part of sub-district No. 3 and apart OHCKOL.A ( & DEVELOPING R. DAVID PORTER. I "
barns and chicken runs ,, School No. 1 7BOO of sub-district No. 4 and that to COMPANY' under the following l>. II. THURMAN.

County road and A. C. L Railroad run through south end of lot I MI.School. Altiltia No.Smith 1 -1-----------sal. teacher 65.00 do consent this they of the would citizens have of to said secure districtsand the proposed Charter, a copy and of which Articles, has of been Incorporation State of FLORIDA T ,.- ''.{

MI. Myrtle Babbitt sal. tchr ft lad In the Office of the Secretary of I sa + t
with station adjoining. Telephone service with Kissimmee and St. Hch No. 1, 6 dyes _.---___. J6.2"5 eli-cttun.also possibly wait until the next State of the state of Florida. County of OSCEOLA) :4

Cloud. Title to property perfect Price reasonable and Miss Francis Langston sal tchr On account of the large enrollment Be IT KNOWN. That before the
very I 66.00 "
and '
the Board found 'It to 4RTICLES OF AND undersigned Notary Public i in for .r
given if desired. Apply to J. W Prentisr,Box 196 Kissimmee.. Fla. 'Miss Marjorie Anderson sal tch additional teacher necessary for school appointan No. 20 PROPOSED, CHARTER OK THE the State of Florida at Large,-personally ,
School No. 1 ---n.----- 65 00 and the salary of said. teacher was OSCEOLA CONSTRUCTION A appeared: H. W. THURMAN; W. B.
37tf Mlns Harriet Wilcox, sal tchr placed at $80.00 per month. DEVELOPING COMPANY.The MAKINSON, H. O. BEIVER. R. D. PORTER y

Yt Yi yi $ $ y1 y1 y1 y1 YtIY1'l7''i'dYt Yi Yi $'i yt }'i Yl Yt ffi Yi fi Miss School Justlna No. Safford.1 -sal'- tchr 65,00 Superintendent account of the Sears number reported of new people thaton themselves undersigned together' for hereby; the purpose associate otiCth'Ilf.t known and and D. known H. to roe to be me the well Individuals

Scohol No. 1 _.- 45.00Ml" moving Into the county at or near Incornorated.uudef the laws described In' and who subscribed _ _
Louise Thomason sal tchr :: of Florida. their names to the foregoing
the old U. J. Sumner place It would ba
School No. 1 65.00 necessary for the Board to establisha ARTICLE! I., proposed Charter; and each acknowledged
Mr.. May Clayton, sal teacher school at or near that place. The name of this corporation' shallbe that he executed the same for lb.purposes .
School No. 1 -u 6500 the.. OHCEOLA CONSTRUCTION therein expressed.'
CARSON There being no further business the &
FARMER: : ::: .
Miss M. C. sal teacher
Board adjourned until -- :t S"C'n.A.N'CC--- Mice Clara Btute, cal teacher meeting cipal office and place of business shall at Klsslmmee. In said County and Stat.
School No. Russell-sal-tchr 1 65.00 Attest W. C. BASS. be In Klsslmmee. Injthe!: County of Os.ceola this the 16th day of October A. D. 113.
ioU... fedora W. J, SEARS Chairman. and State of Florida: : and Its business (N. P.) ELIZABETH JOHNSTON.
Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency ,: School No. 1 60.00. Supt."Whenever or businesses, maybe conducted :, (Seal Notary Public, State of Florida
Miss Celella Overntreet, salaryleacher elsewhere In the State of Florida, or In Commission expires Oct.
School No. 1 ----..--- 60.00 '
other Statea and offices
State Bank Building- Miss Emma! Yowell sal tchr I, I feel rebellious at the branches, agencies or otherwise: I JOHNSTON '& OARRETT;
School No. 1 ...J- 76.00 I for
r be convenient., Attorneys Incorporator.
as may necessary
Miss Maud Thomason sal tchr daily grind of life, said r. young mar- ARTICLE! II. 1
.. '40.00 .
No. 1 ,
Miss School Bessie, Lawson-, saltchr- ried woman today, "I go downtownand The general nature of the business OT.Hlfl: FOR PUBLICATION'
businesses be
or to transacted by the
Miss School Ruth No Clark; 1 '.._sal .1 teacher- 45.00 walk through Twenty-third street said Company Isas. follows: Ie..arts eat ef the" Interior. V. .. L... .{

School -' 46.00 to Broadway ,and stand and look at the To acquire: by purchase: or otherwise, Offlee mt aleesrrllle, FlerUa.
Clar------.a own, hold, buy, sell, convey, exchange,
Miss Ruth lease, mortgage, dispose ef, trade ordeal :v........ K. 113. "
6.. 5.00 epitome of patiei.ce in human flesh "
School No. 7, sub-dlst No. In real estate or other property, -. '
Miss LIUUn Ide,,. >sal teacher 45.00 who stands in window making end personal or mixed) to survey, subdivide, Notice (Is hereby given that JeremiahV. ,'e
"Tampa Special" School No. 9.. wjiji.ii-j.iMu-i'A and lands for the \ Parsons 'lot Louihman. (
ealtchrr'School transformations plat Improve develop Florld..I ,
HargraveT. less in
Mlas Year No. 10 _._.... 40,00 a certain ar- purposes of sale or otherwise; and to who on 'Aprlf 29.'" 1912. made Ho..e-;,. ,.",t tstead ': .
do and all needful'forthe Serial No. 010604. for 8W 1 '
sal teacher ticle of furniture. For two years that perform things Entry % .
A NEW TRAIN BETWEEN TAMPA AND JACKSONVILLE Mrs School Ohed No.Mltmell.12 40.00 development. Improvement andmana.g..ment of HK,.. Section 16. Township 15 So at a, >
woman haa'mado a couch intoo bed of same; for residence, Range 27 East, Tallahassee Meridian k
Obed Mltsell
Mrs. saeacerSchool
Via trade or business; to carry on and entertain has died notice of Intention to make
No. 12 sub-dlst No. 2 JO.OOAS and bed into couch
a a shaking up any business. undertaking; transaction Commutation Proof. to establish. dams ',

R. Morrow No. 13, salary_. teacher 5200 pillows or cushions, arranging them or operation commonly carriedon to the land bore described, before I
Goast Line or, undertaken by promoters Investors Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Klsatmmee. -
A.Schooy R. Morrow.No. 18. salary sub-dls teacher No. a_. 20.00 over and over hundreds of times a day ilnanclers: contractors, merchants, Florida, on th 43rd day of Decentber -' ?,
commission men and agents and In the 1913. -
__ Miss Lena Pierce, sal teacherSchool -..always .quiet pleasant self-control -
--- '- --' --- ---- ,- 40.00 course of such business. or businesses, Claimant names '... witnesses -
No IS _
Effective November 3rd. Miss Lena Pierce-- sal--- teacher led, apparently content. Yet oh, how to draw accept. endorse acquire and Edwin Hogrnh. of Loughman. Florida).
sell or own any negotiable or transferable Thomas F? Braddock,.of Orange Center -,
Hchonl No 12. sub-dlst 8.
-- 0- tired she be of N
must it all physically and sureties Including Florida
Instruments .t
No. 92 Daily No. 91. Cleo Wtfoldrldgrs, sal tcbl'Mchoul debentures, bonds, notes and bills Richard aauslntr, of Louffhman. :Flor-
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;No. 1 _______001 1____ 6600 and mentally. -Exchange. I -
of exchange to establish, construct
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'll:30P.M.:"LvT:-;- TAMPA Ar. 4:00P.M. Miss School' Cora No.L. Maln 16 _; sal teacher 8000 .. - .- .. operate and conduct manufacturingants IdtUtlo.n'L. trf>wry, of.Lou'Chman, Floe
for the purpose of manufactur- "..
I 1:06 ". PLANT CITY 3:22 " C.School N. Carnes No. ,16 salary_teacher-...-.., 6000 NOTICR FOR MID ig paving blocks of wood or any other ; HENRY S. CHUBB. p

: ... n LAKELANDKISSIMMEE u 3:02 M Miss Clara Reynolds-- Sal tchr Sealed bids will be received by the material; to establish, construct operate 4'f-lit pd Register.AN .

1 1:30 l School: No.1' ....... ._ 45.00 City Council at Klsslmmee, Florida, and conduct saw mills, shinglemills 'i
> ORDINANCEReqelrlasj !:
2:43. "... I 1:48 Miss Lula Atwood sal tchr December 2nd. at 7:SO P. M., for a 1 8- novelty works, turpentine farms
Inch driven and stills, hotels, electric lighting and
,_ 4500 .receiving
School No 18 1
" ORlAN 00. I 19. water works, All Dears I. Klsslsate _.. Cttr
3:13 1 :. Miss Jean Thomas, sal teacher contract to furnish all tools, machinery power plants, exchangesand -
.. .. SANFO RD.. 12:35 M School No. 16 -,- 4500. and material. for well complete. Depth systems and ,tram ways, log roads 'be ....1...
355 Miss Kleda Doolittle sal tchr aGO to 400 feet. dredging draining plants and ays- Be It Ordalae* ky the' Ceaaetl ef,K1..
5:52 .r PALATKA 10:35 A. M. School No. 16 _- w. 45.00 Council reserves the right to reject tem., sewerage plant and systems; .sere. ' '
Miss Iris Oliver, sal teacher any and all bids and to manufacture and deal in crossties Section f.lthat from and after'th.passage .
7'30. Ar. JACKSONVILLE Lv. 9:00A.M. School No. IS __. ____ 4500 For further information addressJ. lumber paving materials, build- and approval of this Ordtae>aoe>
SO"uD TRAlN.S BROILER BUFFET CARS COACHES Miss Lillian Dale salary tchr R. GILBERT. Ing materials and naval stores of all the owner or owners of any dogs foundl t
47-2t kinds; to carry on the trade of general
School No. 16 -i_.?- 4500 Clerk. running at large without musalea IBKlsslmme
be made stations shown above. Miss Cora L. Maine sal tchl'School dealers In merchandise and supplies of City shall upon oonvlctloev. : i
will at
Stops only No 16, eub-diet 1.. 1000 IN CIRCUIT COURT, WTATH OF Fl.Olt- all kinds on the co-operative plan; to I be fined not exceeding Ten Dollarsv
C. N. Carnes. salary teacher lltA. KKVH'VTII Jlim'IAI, CIR build buy sell, equip, operate and own Sea 2. Any doge found upon tn* '
For Information and reservations call l on School No. 16, .ub-diet 1 __ 10.00 CVIT. OBCKOI.AOllNTY, steam ships, steam boats, sailing vessels streets of the City shall Immediately .
Miss Clara Reynolds, sal tchr IN CI1ANCRMV. dredges, motor launches, powerboats by.the marshal and the ''t
J. G. Kirkland, D. P. A., Phone 132 Hillsbbro Hotel,,Tampa Fla., School No. 16 sub-diet 1 ._ 1000 ('.....rt.. C. Kals Cosaplalaast.; ".. and other" boats and trade; : to owner be Impounded or owners notified of same. 1C ,.

W. J. Craig P. T. M. Wilmington, N. C.; T, C. Whit4y: P. A. Miss Lula Atwood, sal teacher UlBaer K. Kale, Uefesidsat. IMvorre.It be used In such business, commerce *I the owner or owners cannot. be located.
School No.: 16. sub-dlst 1 10.00 appearing by affidavit appendedto or navigation; and to constructand It shall be the duty of the marshal to a .(
the bill filed In canals, sea walls, piers, ;
Miss Fleda Doolittle sal tohr the abovestatedcause operate kill the dogs after keeping same .fora
School No. 16,, sub-dlst 1 10.00 that Elmer E. Kulp Is a nonresident docks, wharves, warehouses and terminals period '
't' Miss. Iris Oliver, salary teacher? of tha State of Florida, and Is a In connection with such business I' Head a'ft'rrn1aon4 time by unanimous -, ; e
School No. 16, sub-dlst 1.. 10.00 resident of the United States of America : to conduct a geheral real estate consent and open.- ',
Miss Lillian Dale sal teacher over the age of twenty-one years; and brokerage business, and to act as sion of the Council this.the 7th day ef,
School No. 16. sub-dlst 1 __ 10.00 It Is therefore ordered that said nonresident agent and broker or Attorney-ln-fact Oct. A. 'D. 191$. "
Miss Leila Marhle sal teacher and Is hereby for any person or persons, firms or cor Approved this 7th day of October,'A. i

School No. 18 ___...._. .40.00 required to appear to the bill of complaint andadealing inureala'ores, pledging, D. 1811.
.MIHS Leila Marhle.. sal teacher In said cause on or before Monday prop :JAMES w. LILLY Mayor
School No. 18. sub-div.- 5.00 the 6th day of January, A. D. 1914. erty, or Its accessories; to 'engage In J. EMORY RUSH. t I ,'
Miss Leila Roper, sal teacher otherwise the allegations of said bill the tceneral contracting for and building Attest: President Pro-ten '
Irish PotatoesDo School No 19 _*_.._a_ 40.00 will be taken as confessed by said de. of dwellings and business houses J. GILBERT-,- Clerk lt 4 '
Miss 'Leila Roper 'sal teacher fendant.It paving of streets and sidewalks, con.struction _
School Mo. 19. U' I 4 5 00 Is further ordered that this order of Jetties and manufacturingof '
'" L. L. salary teacher be published once a week for four consecutive all materials needed for the conduct NOTICE Of ADMINISTRATOR'
School. No..nio _...4._ 45.00 weeks in the Klaslmmte Val- of such business, or businesses; leer PlasJ DtMharav. :
Yields of Irish Potatoes? M R. Wright, salary teacher ley Uaaette, a newspaper. published In to pursue any and all other businesses, IN COURT Of COWHTV JUUCB. STATalOP '
You Want Heavy School No. 20 _.__ 11_ S8.00 said County and State. and to do any and all other acts and K1.OIUDA. O.CEOUA: COUNTY.1st .
Miss Jaunlta Thompson, sal tch > This November 12th 1918 things), and to exercise any and all _re Estate ef Qeerare It. Irey, eUssasi
School No. 20 ...-_._ S5.00 (Seal) 'J. LJ OVEhSTItEET. other powers, which may be necessary J- '
Fertilize; Right! Miss Pealr Johnson, sal tchr ; Clerk Circuit Court. .or expedient or >.O. Notice i is hereby given, to all whose
.. School No. 20 ...._.._.. 35.00 ANDREW JOHNSONSolicitor tion therewith the It may concern, that on the 30th day,
Miss Pearl Swlnney, sal .tchr for Complainant. 47-4t, business or businesses heretofore specified of December; A. D. UUt.l shall. apply
IS, Schoool No. 23 ::. 40.04 which a natural person and a cor- to the ,Honorable T. M. Murphy.
MI". Pearl Swlnney.. sal tcbr NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.) poration of this character may lawfullydo of said'Court; as Judre'of Probate far
School No. 23. sub-diet C __ 10.00 and exercise; and to de any and all my final discharge a. Admlnlstratrl
Ideal Potato Manure J. P. Hawthorne.,, sal teacher TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN) of the businesses or things .foremen- estate of George H. I time will
School No. 28 __- 65.00 Notice Is hereby given that by virtue tloned, either alone or In combination.It edt: and that at the a me I
Mrs. J. H. StefTee. salary tear of an execution issued out of the Is the Intention that all the objectsand present to said Court my final account .
School No. 28. sub-diet 4 25.00 County Court of Osceola.County. Stateof powers specified, and clauses .con as Administratrix:! of said estate, aad
W. .'s. Hastings Potato SpeciaGive' Mrs. J. H. StelTee salary tchr Florida, and to me directed and delivered tamed In this paragraph shall except ask for their; approval' k
& School No. 28,. sub-dlst 4 j.. 10.00 I have levied upon and will where otherwise expressed In said par DET.LA r\'lDY, {
Miss Lessle Haye, sal teacher sell at publlo outcry during the legal agraph, be no-wise limited or restricted 27-lmoCmo Administratrix.--
School No. 15. ._.__1.40.00 hours of sale 'at the front door of the by Inference to or Inference from -
Min Ruby Bass, salary teacher Court House of'said County in Klsslm the terms of any other clause of this, NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR

Banner Crops School No. 34 --- .----- 40.00 me., Florida, on the 1st day of Decem or any other, paragraph of this Charter .... Final Dlswharare.IN .
Miss Ola Campbell, sal teacher ber, A-,.. D. 1912.' all the right tltI.,' In.ter..t ; but that the oojects and powers
School NO 29 .. 40.00J. In of the clauses of this1
- and claim of W. F. Barber In and specified each TUB COURT OP COUNTY MJD4
: T. Little salary teacher to the following described real ..tateJ paragraph shall be regarded aa independent OSCEOUACOUNTT.. TATM '
Send tor Booklet entitled "Iriih Potatoea. School No 86 _,i 40.00 situate In Osceola County, State of: objects and powers.ARTICLf . OF FLORIDA. 1
our :J, T. Little, salary teacher Florida: ) III.

School No., 36, .sub-diet -- 5.00 i The South-west Quarter'! (SWU) of The amount of Capital Stock author In .. Estate ... Williess'.. c::.........
Mellta :Johnson salary tchr the North-west quarter (NW14) of section Iud shall be FIFTY THOUSAND'($60.000.00) .- i
School No. 40 0.00 1 Vl divided Into Five Notice Is hereby given, te all whenIt
--------- three ). and all the North.tquarter DOLLARS .
CO. Miss Katherlne Shadoan. salary' I (NB<4> of section four (4) except Hundred <00) shares of th.par valueof man concern that on the ith day.f.January.
WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER tchr School No. 49 J-_ 40.0011.DeW. the North-half of
Brown. .services Sob. half (NH) of the North-west quarter eaeh. Any part or all. of said capital the Honorable 1".OM .*.*?**. % .
>FLA.! No 1 : _--._____-__ '..00W..t ., of said North-east quarter stock may be payable, either in cash. or Cosrt. aa :Jadare of Probate, r ,
Sly Admlnlstraterof
JACKSONVILLE, Disinfectant Co., supplies; anal discharge as
all In Township twenty-fly ,. labor or services, at a justvaluation a
School No. 1 ..-.:.__.... ,..7iR' .(iii) south Range thirty ) .... to be fixed by the Incorporators. the estate of WIlUam Chandler t,
Carson Grocery' Co M "Evans, ex labor grad _III. 1.10 Said real estate being wad to satisfy or by the Directors at a meetIng deceased 1 and that at the same etal tljne
Local Agent, Waters & :J. T. Alderman, SchL No. a judgment obtained In said County called for such purpose; and the Counts resent to said Coort of my said w
sub-dlst., 4 ... ___ '..11e. Di a. Administrator ee at4
'1. Court by G.'Y.\ Bass against W, P. snob Ineorperatora, or
W. Milliard, labor Scb. No.. Barber. rootoni) to the valve of _ell property aDd ask: for their aD t.rortl. "r

.. 3.. sub-diet 4-"._.- r'I I,,3.00 tola JtJa yofKovemberA., '"". labor -or services ahall. In Che absence ,Dated Jun II. ........... uDLJIw. alb
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; 9: W. Bass, labor Sen. Not 2.. 81.50 j). of fraud be conclusive upon the w. qt.- ,
i' gob No.' 48_. I..' '' I4.1: mu me ,-.AdDlI. r.
W.W dark, labor 4<-4t U'H.; OffORAIf sheriff. .sto.k-bolder.asd''Rparti.a, dealing ., ,

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