The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The 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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flt; : ? >> ICE GAZETTE Weekly'Gam THE. .1-. :'KISSIMMEE. ", VALLEY'; : GAZETTE.: ;, '.' 4:,

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I; Regiments of French Infantry advancing on the double quick to take up new positions la I _
: -0 lac Germans near he River Marne. followlnic the retrea ,- !\ <;E HEADQUARTERS OF WILL APPEAL TO RAILROAD SOUTHERN EXPRESS INSTRUCTS

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HI i I some time Osoeola county and If anybody got an idea last week : C Wolfe, superintendent of tb.,

, Kisblmim-p have been regarded as that the Osoeola county truck growers Florida division of th., Southern Ex.:

:! I I headquarters of the catt'le industry in were fight drop satisfied, that! to idea let the would express have been rate press Company, has replied to 'a ,leti ..

GIVE BARBECUE 1 Florida. This important and rapicl'y! entirely dispelled by hearing the.-dis- !!._snt. .him ,1 by" the secretary'of th*
:; ':: 1I I growing induslrv, Is one of tho coun cusHion at their regular business Osceola County :Fruit 'and'' Track' -
I'' ty's chief assets and annually yields meetincr Saturday morning, A. f*.. .. Growers Association requesting 1
,. I hip returns t to the interested the local growersarec: : e"d-.g I night express service out of, Klsslm
men in
DATE OF "U)(, FEED"! IS SATURDAY itation for lower rates and more sat me*. Mr. Wolfe's letter which is given
.' OCT. 24-PLACE, SOUTHPORT it isfactory shipping conditions is going :{!: herewith, assures the growers that
,'., -BENEFIT: METH 0 () 1ST Within ihe |'ast six; weeks $7).OJO' -Continue.. After a lengthy discussion -"'!: this matter will be/ given Immediate
CHURCH. in cash has come into the cojnty as to the best course to pursue attention.
I through the tale of beef cattle ,o one. I at this time members of the associ- -, Southern Express Company..
.- Another of the famous! John M. Lee' I firm Armour & Company, of Chicago. ation finally agreed ,that the boardof Superintendent' Office.. _
1 barbecues is announced to b? given ft. Smaller buyers have been in the local control take up the natter with the "Savannah, Ga,, Oct. 12, 194.
on Satuiday, October 24, at Southportfor 1- r market during that time also and traffic department of the Florida "Mr. S. J<'. Fsn&ler, Secretary and
the benefit of the Methodist 1 ( some cattle owners have contracted 'I Growers and Shippers League, with' Treasurer Osceola County,Trait and
church. to furnish buyers with a certain number -I' which they are affiliated. The secretary Truck --Grower' Association. -
To the people of KiRsimmco IIlld 1 vicinity ( of cattle monthly for at least ten was instructed to write Mr. Hos- 'Kissimmee, Fla. -
thenIB no use explaining what I -F months ahead. king, traffic manager of the league "Dear Sir: "
,..- may be expected at a barbecue that I '-- Many Thousands Shipped. I and request him to meet the board in "I have your letter of October 8th-
John 2\1. Lev has planned. Hip abil- During the current year more than conference this week. in which you advise that you have
,- ity to provide a good time i IH well 10,000 head have been shipped 'out of : Express J Delayed Here. ,I II been instructed to request on behalf
I--. known and everybody who can possibly rs the county. It is estimated that several I A new line of attack was opened of the Osceola County Fruit and Truck c
do no jnake it a point to attend more can be disposed of without 'depleting -: on the express company when attention -I II Grower's Association that this company -*
these barbecues When John M. Lee I _. the range. It would be almost I' was called to the fact that crated -;- arrange for forwarding -night. .
invites you to Southport that invitation impossible to make an accurate fruit and vegetables to be shipped !! express from' Kissimmee, and lit reply >: .,
carries with it the biggest feed estimate of the number of cattle in out by express was often delayed beg to1 state that the request'of' r.
you ever ate in the finest picnic grove the county but it [Is -'safe to say that eight and nine hours right on the local -,i your organization, will be complied .
of massive liveoak.s you can find in _ it would not fall far short of 150,000 platform because of no night ex- i with. -,
'- Florida. It matters not how many attend head. Figured at the minimum priceof ,press service. To those growers, who I "I am this date Instructln&,'' our
.- there is. always enough l beef and .-* -; : $15 per head one gets a fair idea were not .familiar with this condition agent to arrange for the forwarding ,,
)|; bread and coffee to feed twice ,the rc of the amount invested in this one it was pointed out that unless the produce -.' of matter on, night train In line 'with
number presen.t and you can bet the I _____ _ industry. The stock in Icreased every is delivered< kt the depot in time I your request. -
beef will be done to a queen's taste. year by purchase of cattle from out for the day express it must lay over "Respectfully
The general public always has an side-the county and a low estimate UJatIl the following day and is left on C. C. WOLFLE, Superintendent.
invitation to these barbecues It places the number of young dives the platform exposed to the weather.It Mr. H.,E. Bailey local agent of the -
J_. does'nt make any differehce whether branded annually at 25,000 head. was also pointed out that a night Southern ,Express Company when'
-i you area resident of Kissimmee, a The cattle industry of Osceola express would pick the produce up in asked, about this matter yesterday
winter tourist, or just here for the day, county; has been well known for forty time for it to make connection with (Thursday said thathe1was;( in receipt . ,
you are invited to go on this picnic I years. At tha time it was strictly the boats leaving Jacksonville the following of a copyof Mr.-Wolfie'. letter
and enjoy the barbecue. If you don't 1 | an open range county with no-.attention day if it 'is tobe shipped vent to Mr. ,FatieUr and that from this
tit take advantage of the invitation you I w_____'_____ ____.____-_ '''':_' _________'_.____.___.____._ _._._.____.__._......_ paid to improved breeds. Principal from that point .by steamer. date on night express .would be looked t'
will miss chance for of I owners of those If it is here it mi ses.the -' .
a rare a day early years were delayed '! ifter.BOARDJIplADE.- "= "f'7 --'
/ real old time pleasure. Boding Parker, Will Schiver,_ R. B. boat, therefore 18 delayed all the way
S 3 The trip to Southport is made by BOXES CITRUSFauiTs :Savage I!<. U. Morgan Will Alderman, and probablyruined before it gets to
boat and the boat fare entitles 'you 300,000 SWEET Abner Johnson Isaac Lanier, Jacob the market, whether shipped by rail
I t&'I.U the pleasures of the day in- Summerlin,, and Richard ,and Robert or steamer. ,The farmers pick, >pack- t,
p 1 eluding. the barbecued 'dinner and a I Bronson.. and haul their.stuff -in one day so as ( :
'4ialtto- some of the finest grapefruit Cattle Reasonably Safe. to get it started to the market In the HAS:SCOTLAND QUERY
and :range''groves. to be found ,antwhete. GO NORTH FROM OSCEOLA Cattle. were then worth about $5 best possible condition and there is no : ,
.-"Mr" Lee always makes it a per head and continued about that good reason why they should not have, ; _he Board
-. CUStOmtiIsO to allow visitors th jlug.. of enjoying the fruit of his t war. At that time there was a great I 1 needs. "S .. \ y / jt.f4F Monday night and transact -,
groves "and you can have all you can 1 About fifteen years ago the total I H. Funk, 3. F. O'Berry, E. !M. and J. demand of cattle to restock the Cuban) Thl;" ml>Wfirtt: ) rcalled.! *;* ths"at- routine, reported business.that.1.Wi Prentis, seer.ta,7 .

--'- consume. shipment, of grapefruit and oranges W. Oliver, Edg-ewater Farms Company range and many thousand were tention\of ifi* 'state'railroad'..commission munications among the "cowv
The boat 1-javes the dock at 8 from Osceola I ed out until the price letter the of I received since" the< previous -. s
city I county did not exosed E. L. D. Overstreet, J. II. Strat- & ] through a secretary
A. .M. morning October 24, 30,000 boxes. So far I vanced to $8 head. At ShlPp.j the associaUon'nwatfMnstructed to : were a number of-re
Saturday as can be esti- ton, J. K. Hflliard,_ W. A. McCool, the per quests for information
and will return to the city about 4:30: | mated this year's crop will reach 300- County Poor Farm C. E. Franklin 1 also .stealing was very write. -'": >' "'-fJVAVfrTO KUaimmee and Osceola concerning -
o'clock that afternoon. 000 boxes ah increase of penalty provided by law being Sill?. county and
4 1,000 percent I Estate, F. W. Hill, H. T. Butler and ( that literature had '
------- I in fifteen years. At this time many others. I fine for such theft. The legislature oft' The ".-.tary was also Instructedto parties been- sent theMg $
also a great many young groves' are The shipment of oranges out of the I| 1897 first enacted a law making the !I -writ, *' officials of the Clyde Line A communication; .
just coming into bearing which can I county is still many times that of penalty for cattle stealing, for the ,' and Merchant and Miners steamship specIal attention of the receiving. Board' tha.;
Blue Gloom be counted on to make the citrus industry grapefruit and during the packing firstoffense, a penitentiary sentence!comoanles requesting that they eacadvertise h from Thomas Lawrie of Gi "g wu); V' '*J
of the country double its pres- I season a big rush is on. All. teams i of not less than two years. A few con-I': their'sailing dates in the Scotland whether ;'
ent value within a few years. pickers and packers are in great de. I victions under this law. largely drove I local papers; and requesting also that i iI trated lime, inquiring and conc.n-: '
Citrus fruit out the thieves and left the stock of file with the association lemon juices could'J'
is raised in every part mand. I I I they growers
In England of the county and for quality and Several years ago the packing of cattle reasonably safe. 1 price lists on.: vegetables and fruitRepresentatives I I these be had here. The letter stated that *. J C
were wanted for .
lusciousness our Kissimmee river or- fruit was a simple proposition Some years ago there arose a de.. I of the steamsh1"pcompanies indul"lJ t
as trial
anges rival the Indian river oranges !I compared to now for the reason that mand for enclosed pastures. This was I' in conversation with local I had tlJ.are-wol1ld purposes and be-a Jf they' could.-b..,...".c.' ,. .Tjsi i
I of the east coast. These .resented by cattle who had last week satisfactory In ...-
London Oct. 16.-The oranges are then no washing was considered nec owners growers 9uoted them. Mr. Lawrie states. also that': .:J.I'.
i England, brought to Kissimmee by steamer as' essary. The fruit was the used the open range without even pay prices on many articles. ,
put on
mar- he had heard
gloom which has enveloped England I most of the fruit of the county is I ket in its poimitive condition. For the ing taxes on it. The result was whena j I In regard to shipping by carload I contained of a Florida root that'
? since the fall of Antwerp has been shipped from thi,. point. last few ye'ars' however man fenced his own lands He would lots it was suggested that when car tannery qualities and 1f- -.e, ". :
'*V somewhat lightened by official an- I Fifteen years ago there was a verV' has had at least three packing Kissimmee houses wake up some morning to find his lots could be made up, with the exception such about was it. the case ha wanted to knowT I
nouncement that the allies are rnora small percentage of grapefruit in the equipped with modern devices all fence cut for many miles between :>: of a few dozen crates, that. .1
than holding their own in the furious I I I 1 rniintv. Onitj H few o-rnv4" fi' have- Hnpn- I fruit is washed, cleaned and dried HO be- every post, every wire being cot so -:, oranges or other citrus fruit be put i the A motion was made and passed that \
-Aa".,fiarhtinir alone; the Franco-Belgian put oui; in recent years': however, and I fore packing, so that it goes to the as to render it absolutely worthless.. in with the vegetables so as to complete secretary forward a Sample of;
:; border; but the feeling of elation has I now the Occ: ola county grapefruit market in the best possible'\ condition. This continued until the legislature the shipmen This suggestion palmetto root to the gentleman in ...iLl
: been tempered by the growing reali- ranks with the best the .tat produces There are a few owners of again came to the resc'ue' by providing was favorably received and commented furnish him with what ,,
zation that the Russian invasion of i and is ready for the' market:as'-early. large groves in the county but there very a maximum penalty of $10,000 on. I information was available concerning j'
Silesia, which was believed to be imminent -! That it matures early is shown by are hundreds of valuable small tine or twenty years in jail for the'' To Protect Grower. the limes and lemons. ,fjr, :ij;
must be.postponed indefinitely 'the fact that the state inspector has and everybody who doesn't groves cutting of a fence. Some prosecutionsunder At the suggestion of County Farm The Board voted to allow the Flow?

) pending the outsome of the batH in 'already permitted a good part of this I already hopes to someday. own With one a this law has done away wit) Agent B. E. Evans, a committee from j Ida Publicity nf Kissimmee Bureau olcturea the use to of Iwt the'film ..". \i'...
Russian Poland. ; F, a80n's crop to be shipped out. little care there is nothing that yields the trouble. ', the Grower's Association, ; was. appointed hibited through ttM- py :
Russia seems to have been compelled i Some of the principalgroers of so handsome return Since pastures may be enclosed attention to confer witn tne county comm.- I on a trip eastern
as an ,
[, to follow the steps of her en- [grapefruit are: M. Katz John Lee. C. grapefruit grove. orange or i is being paid to better breedsof sioners and the board of trade and and northern-cities, covering 150 days., f. J.i
emy in the west and sacrifice the fruits I cattle, and conditions have steadily i request their co-operation in requiring j Mr. ThomAs Winter Haven who' ".
o'f her victories by sending reinforce-- improved until prices have advancedto ,I! all field boxes to be disinfected in i is making this trip for the purpose or .....,j'If'
ments to another part of the long I County Republicans Get $15 or $16 a head for stock. going from one grove to another and I advertising Florida asked for the. ,
( battle front. The resumption of the j Industry Growing. also require pickers to disinfect their I film and agreed to show it 1 In moving .ft.'.
offensive in Galicia picture houses,in the cities where ,hi. -I I.tops.
Austro-German Among the principal cattle ownersin clothing and shears when leaving one
was an outcome of the action of Russia On Ballot By Petition the"county now are Rull Bass Car- .,'grove to go into another. The association I . -
in sending heavy reinforcements I I ann' Cattle! Cnmnanv.' T. itlev and Bass.i reommended that no grove WORK OF R PAIRING i.J o.- .iI#.
to the river Niemen, evidently under 1 W. R. Godwin, Ordla Bass: J. J. Pad 1 owner allow pickers to enter hi. grove t CITY DOCK BEGINS. h"
'i +k_ .nvAani/kn- that a German inva- Kissimmea, Fla., Oct. 14, 191"The ceola Journal of October 9th, l is cor gett, Henry T. Bass, Mann and Whid- without observing these precautions.Such Preparations. have been' made thU ,\ .
: sion of the; Suwalki district was a real Board of County Commission- rect. den, Skipper and Hart Robert IL Alderman precautions will eliminate all I week to have the repair work on the '.
J/meance> and not merely a diverting ers met adjourned session on the In that report it is stated that "the William Alderman.' Walker danger'of citrus diseases being carried city dock begin at once and rushed to "
movement. The withdrawal of Russian above date, there being present: E. County Attorney instructed the Board Bros., John R. Bronson, Over-street from one _grove_ to_ another._ completion. The city has engaged I, ''I::
iS forces from western Galicia, however, L. Lesley, chairman, and R. V. Lanier, of County Commissioner's, that there Bros., I. M. Lanier Ed Whaley, and ON BUSINESS. (t George Saunders to do the work and /
I': it regarded here to be not as complete A. F. Bass, O. R- Bass and W. F. is no provision in the statutes wherebya Ackias Bass but there are probably IN CITY the necessary lumber will be put on j V
If as first reported, for Vienna admits Walker, commissioners and J. L. candidate certified from any convention hundreds of owners of smaller stocks. Dr. T. S. Anderson, of Live Oak. the ground today. It is expected that t
I, that Przemysl is still invested on one Overstreet, clerk; also C. W. Griffin, could have his name placedon In reference to better breeds of cattle accompanied by C. II. Taylor, spent, by Monday or Tuesday of next week .
{ side while Petrograd reports that the supervisor of registration and W. J. the ticket attention is being paid to Devon, last week in Kissimmee on business the dock will be in condition so that iJ I Z
.' garrison of this fortress has ben Invaded Sears, attorney for the board. Against this, we produce the opinion ShortHorn, Hereford, Black Pole Angus connected with the Exchange Bank the construction of the pavilion nay- :
1 by disease and is on the point The following names were selectedto by 1.1. Clay Crawford, Secretary of or Avadene Angus. All these dowell and Trust Company of Jacksonville.Dr. be started then. That section to be
';,of Capitulation.Other serve as inspectors and clerks of State of the State of Florida, which In this aection but It is believed Anderson is a director of the Exchange -, covered with the pavilion roof will .be ....
dispatches from the Russian i I I election to be held in the various districts -j speaks for itself. Here it is: Who i. the, Black Pole or Avadene Angus has: Bank and he and Mr. Taylor re-floored the,walkway nyaired and > ,
capital refer to activity along the.r on the 3rd day of November, A. right? Letter of Secretary of State: more friends than the other breed arranging loans with a number stringers and pinpins strengthened .r ::1t,
were .
-Vistula river, where several attacks 'I D.. 1914. (See notice elsewhere.) With all due respect we fn view of It U..also believed that the cattle of parties.. wherever necessary., .'. ,. . ;
/ repaid to'have b&an repulsed and So'-Scriber and F. B. Muneell...representatives said opinion", demand-a place.onthe, industry In Osceola county I I. -----'-_ __ I <."
declare that the treat battle of the Republican county official ticket, or ballot and ask that glnalAg *. attention la not only being. RETURN FROM VISIT.M. NEW 'YORK -WOIIAN"o< .
iatfy! ;now ,Is under way unless I committee, appeared before the Board a record of this demand .entered.,. given to-'better'breeds of stock but to Porte- wit. TO PLANT GROVE. -
P AnstM-German advance has PI'Clb-1 and filed the following. pretest to the We make no threats we do not ex providing more feed stuffs. Many varietie -:. -II and have returned I: J. E. Mattocks ,-* 'promln.Dtt'Ml.,
lhafiapered by bad weather. t 'names;.f their candidates not being! I nect to go Jnto 'the court at this of grass; et vtrrow to perfection from six week's* trip f to> here northerri I estate dealer of Mt: Dora was in'the
placed on the ballot. for coming.election time, but we- may lay oer claims before Art thl'* part of the UU and are point TheJ went ronr .city Tuesday. and disposwl of desirable
S'iss Agnes Harris of (;Gainesville, < ;+ ,':}y the highest tribunal in the world proving very profitable for feed puro directly to Detroit Mich, and attend. : tract of UBd -across ..u.. lake
<: To th Honorable' Board | .** .th e guest of Miss Anne Carson County JW1'J', > ...." Pceminent among :them are then visited :
Commissioners, Oseeoia:Count Opinion.Will it add to _population velvet beans' wss 'held' .t. that!place; NewYork City, -wr.s.the purchaser
( Wednesday of V1thls week. Miss Bar. Japanese cane ,cow pass .
Kris*,is state ..*ent of the'- Canning :8tat.-.f Moridabwi: : -:,_ '* with all it ImpliedWhat the people Para erase.Natal rsss, Rhode. grass ..relatives and friend at',and it is understood that she will b..i
I Clubs 'and she and Miss Carson ''Vis- ID the absence of any official communication 1 ) of the north froze whence we are and many others. The ranges through their former home. On .the return,' gin Immediately to develop ,the ,propIertr ,,
ted, the High-: hool here and in ,St.loud .' thecontrary, we take al 1L trying to ..un.tU.ra.,,,T. In Osceola..county and I especially. those trip several day were.peetat Washington into a **oir...r.r ... .- ,
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interestIng' the school girls;.in it that the publl.bod'report.f, OlitlcaJ sense it may not hurt here, lying alone the ,KJsslmmee river are I Mr."
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'. . COL. F.A.I LINCOLN. ,_ :\

:: NYAL FAMILY REMEDIESSOLD Kissimmee is the place for tourist, no matter what section of the universe 'and rivers, or a two or three days trip Mill take )in a l lake shore of 350 miles

they come from. I and 'afford many pleasures. Within easy driving distance from the city are

No city in Florida is cleaner than Kissimmee. or has a more healthful<
UNDER A POSITIVEGUARANTEE climate. The city water supply comes from an arlesian well of great depth and !! beauty. The bass and trout fisherman could wish, for no more desirable water r

ft pronounced Al I by our state inspectors. Our sewerage is excellent as far as Inhabited by deer turkey and birds > great number our prairies are the

f completed and is being extended to all outlying districts as fast as possible. I huntsman's pride.

\', We have twenty miles of concrete sidewalks and four miles of brick paved I But coming back to Kissimmee \Vc are erecting a pavilion, at the end of

t- streets for auto travel not to speak of the excellent roads that lead to every I Ithe city dock where you can 'It and enjoy a view of the lake and its beautiful '

",; <--that if they are not as represented ort section of the county. Our beautiful shaded parkways in the street centers are : islands two and a half mile< /from to\\ n. PIO\I'IOn i I' being made to have

among the chief attractions ofthe city and afford a comfortable resting place |Its full line of rowboals ready for the winter which' will be in charge of a 1

if fail do what they warranted for those who care to there. the : and keep hand a supply
: they to are : tarry During tourist season the Kissimmee competent man who will care for and rent same on

band. which is a fine organization of talented home musicians, will give : of live bait and fishing tackle for those who enJoy these vporls. A launch 1

to do, YOU get your MONEY BACK open air. concerts at the band stand in the Broadway park. with a capacity for forty people will make dailv! trip to and from the surrounding -

i The business section of Kissimmee is up to date and the stores can I islands where you can visit the finest grapefruit and orange groves, k

jl For twenty years the Nyal Family Remedies have been recognized as supply all the wants of home and tourist trade. We have several large department peach orchards etc. Good auto and liverv service IS to be had at all) time and
the careful families.
household medicines in most thoroughout
1 stores well stocked in all lines millinery shops, hardware and furniture there are many points of interest to be reached both by land arid water. )
this broad land.
stores three fine For indoor the afford large and commodious ball room sand
: drug stores with modernly equipped soda foun- amusement city a
the demand
for human Ills.
f Beginning with a few preparations simple I tains, etc. We also have a fine high school in which out of stale pupils are received -I roller skating rink and three good theatres
for them has steadily increased, until now there are over 100 of these
v sterling remedies which have won the confidence of humanity everywhere.This I without tuition charge a new business college churches of all de- In addition there are many other features to gnc the tourist a full

constant growth is surely proof of their excellence and reliability I nominations, two telegraph companies and first class railroad servicetentrains round of enjoyable days weeks, or month in rxissimmee. Come to rCissimmee. {I

1'1' -they J are makers of healthy homes and stand upon the highest possible daily which include fast express trains between Jacksonville and Tampa. If you have never visited Florida do 50thl1 winter. Leave the 1t1 'Ii

: pinnacle of popularity. The use of one remedy gives you an unbounded 'confidence i ii' We have good hotels and first class rooming houses, and all are rea- 'and ice to thaw out at its leisure Take in our fine balmy air, our sunshin

f in the others and you will undoubtedly pin your faith to Nyal in | .enable. No fancy prices or a feeing system every time one turns round. days our wonderful climate What you pay for coal if you stay north will pay '

all cases not requiring the immediate services of the physician. II Excelling aJl other points of interest is our beautiful lake, right at tirecity's ;i your transportation to Ki immee. If vou are already a regular visitor to

Please understand that the Nyal Family Remedies are not "patent" 'I : door, six miles across and twelve miles long with canals leading into :, Florida and have been at some other point, every year just lake a run to tr.

medicines. Each one is especially prepared for overcoming i ' a certain delangement I smaller lakes and outlets by water 1o both the east and west coast. Winter I Kissimmee and see what you think ol/ it. When you get here make yourself

;' or a class of ailments closely allied. I excursion boats make ten day trips down to the Gulf through lakes canals known and we will show you 'why the tourist should come to Kissimmee."

y There is no uncertainty, no "guess work" treatment when you ue a :I -- --- --- --

Nyal Remedy as each IS a scientific combination prepared from the best DONEGAN I UNCLAIMED r rI

till it o" iII.II)' l|IllIll.1 *l ;

4 Health Talks lr ", I, "a Mm' I ill .:. I I Kiimmee.. I Fla., Oct 12:!, 1 I fi.,Irs I ?null i S' ---
State St nutoi Arthur E. / I ti-ed list of lettei. for the twoI
I .HllV I 1..l\lll\ _-. Donein:: ., ,, ,,..k- aiming t 01'\01,..,. :'j tt;_ IIIJ'! ,: Arrangements am |Ibeung> made t. ", Mi, i .ul! K, ttl..I'i .J li, tin "Moving:
"' I\n''I'' IU..IIII.':" II, i. lion wit U ,in.Mi ... 10" whil in Tampa thi week on a I Ini'i I I I aulkuei ; II-C;;; ; i the ic.opening of thi. DISK, llunii, l'n'tun M"f>, \\--1 l ,1'ilin Its ash' ,
,, , Bailey l .J. H.Ilatiisoji .
p Tillt .lld 1 eh ald! I I" .l' III.ha ; ;
( and. .il.i\ 111 this
r': lair mill th.' u i ""',,1 l , I,dll1f I i iI : in refu" {.,nee to the i :\I I :Miss :Murlhn Nt'ttl..s1". : date, pos"rbly, tin mmuin) )!: ttt'tkt if\ \ n ih M.inif i Tall" "I t l IIH' Dixie,
., , /:0\1-:: "
... I Iii: IL.I I .nn,1.lti'I
: erd1Y .pl'. aH J ml nt .t. il I ''0.r. I i i .
possible,. lilt lltlll. v .u.. ,III. "It, 'Iur.I. i iI sori.hsp" ] moo : Nanim ; 1'aiker, J. K.; Pikn, S. li :\\I""I1/-r"i luiin. who has Ill-I. 'n I hi-ti "11 M I' K''''tb i :,IK' "i n r 11"lined MrI "
'r. _hvillil I h.. a\ lili d I \M,1|1" III i n.l. I 1:1..1:I i ."I I N I t' I ,IIII "." Wil-on Paul. tuiiud) from "11".hll I !! the thud. MIDI' Itn.I i t ""in \\ i 1'.il. in, 1 Ii.aIIi: on the
'ff. ; 'i : II 1" T"I nIIsnd i iH '' lo make! n landfor, the! )glts,\' annum tin 1'1" ., |t. 1 I 1\ I
% l N..n. I:I ,,'" I",I ll- I Il H. !I1. SIJil'StNPustmu-ter: 1 : ( \ : xxuivt'ntion. ol 11 Id I i iHi "I'| " I II < 'll1l1l1'd I tO
"k. >'Ilophf Hplltt.. K Ml h".nl.t' I I" I, 'IIy' ,II' < I,, .)II,. -. ll .. '. iitioi liip would] icivjiu| a I-'tpa! ( den} '' -- ---, mull \o. ;al I;: :Motion:' ]I'liiiiu' :shilHoi In' III, ".. "I' I ., In I It:, Ie.i, li "-II'ItIr"i l:i\. l hy
lorn' t Ih i -I. -1 Ili _
I 7 to..n .ulh I ip nuJ i. 'I'll"' t Ih i III, r'',, r. , ?ai I '. .f t Jln. and I ''n Intoii i ffa"' |iiliitivih f ('" I \\\11\ M \N R'll.lIFELO1' I League) of Ann'uii> held ,il 5\-t 1 i ulM
TV me ditMn I'n' . ', "i Ill" I tint at ple.ent.i : h; -ald.I l'.tlnr Beach in St-iiiml| ,' inn""n". i K. I.r.. l.i .1'M 1.... ItljouI
'i' I l' " nhtl I .L1 q II. I 200( ) .\( KI;SJluiinjr .
.t 1 1 acting l .Hi. ,n I II Ills, , II ix, ,,liIBS i II" i,. , ,, ,, , SI'slitnl. I iniu'/{iin has, f l eijii..Hh that ho ha1.,1., ...,) for 11' .it : I Il, I Ihlt:r ,I' ii R. l 01 ,., I;, .. Ii. I r- also
I tars mud th bt.I n ,urged:: to run for the I lhxie, 1'h..all 1 hrtt absofttly" 'h, i r 5 i"d. if 'I" .I'r.lard,
tic il I not o"t"I"I '"" I ti I ''I"l i r. I I. ,. 1. I (goveuli..hq J t the seek. K fl. Raringlist : \v 'is -III' i Oil
'Irt past
al ...1 "i dltlnti .IH.' . v l ."it IIThs. "i i I I I., oJ I .n ',. iHituuluflv] I li\, those, 1''lotldruls ' tii Iiihn Pia/ui live stockimoimtmfr ; Kim of the output| \ of tin uoilil. '. i i I''I. "n,,i* ,i1 ,n IIi, I an,b in I 1"1 of the

.... 0" Ih .'ulllthtt III'I .1. .._ I I. "II -sl.l.., '. who lilicve" that the State -hotild have to ) ( and leading motion pittuii jiiodmAIIIIM i ,t\ 'n,i /Id. i i lit t \. ,IK ami IIi
,u' I" 'I IS.ln', I I...,,, 0 I ,, I .. ., ,,1..", r a (mutual l">uiiiipss. man at the head] ,, liots' : 10,000, imludinirslutp. lie: ; the punlpUoms, li-t..l .IMtho i.. HI. . "" 'In \\.iid ir''i III vutii ,
ulpy '. and hog.
'. by Atgretlt .: dlsnL., I II, ."IIII. ."',.1 I.' I 'Ii ,,11 T,.. I.I'd i.f idLite's. nffmih. hut on :locountf I ,II. -n ) sully :Mi<, I Fn.zit'1'tu.i .1. lag I ) :lull:s ofits t' of the l I'.iTuniinint l'uun't i o i . \ ''w/: I, 'm|1'it "id 'villi' Ki; ".'mimee, 1 t;

headache) ",x P"anI ''II' "\ Its' np iii' I.s'. r. '" ",..,u '1' I 1I.j. I > the time required l">y his large nb.,, In,. the liuildniK, of homeMr dl"tllIUIIII/, { all --tal'"f 1 / and I 'ta\t d 'h.t, if In ilidn t live i.n
41t'. 1 wln
(nervoun,. lv.-n I" ""III' ,t ..11,1111". .)IIiiuvT.n ..IIII I h'IIIIt I., ",."l |" Inllh' 1 ", ." t Sit. that lit will!| he a undulate at thr'1' O I-) ,iolci ', from Allieita tome('anadn v\oith Stu III t'"ty
the case 'f\ .1 ukIIUI hr, Iti..tit I"'p' n ht. I 'hl.,.,. I 10 I r.IJ. lli H 1.11. eating jrulieinatonal( I 'Ieltion. I and! has bought two hundiiil acres 1 I plays, in i'vpim U .h\,1 tor i y.II"u. I 1',11., I HirvKulattd !" ,,1\ I li ,II), III , ,ll 1 M ,I., I !Senator I >onriran. who is one of the I of the St. Cloud cemeteiyIKh! I original star who mad the play fi- Mi, K": t till'i' has foi tin I |pat, t year

i iIV the use t .mid tli N\, al,\pain s H.: .nda In:: .t ;,d. 1 I'. ,Illl' I II I It.UKI I' j I must t ""....el'"ful-huin..1'' men in I h'lar-; tits IIP is ho inp:: cleaiiHI And improved I f.)i mous as well as an all star vnppmtmp I I"n, vst |1"'ld.t..f. I 1'I'"lda Branch "
5 by the 1s of si-i'IV.MIM he5dnelu. \ I I"IVp. Hi.1 1 I.:. ,IIJ. tlIK I\ ."." Ida, commented upon the prosperous j' inianint home. I company i!is used nr tlu1 1 F"III I'm \u .'; 'I ition lo till-.' I\hilntor1-: ;
take Wafer the With wnf.iH Sizes to | ,.. |I'H'':, lillttu iHnialllHKiMa ":. Knulitionc; eXistingthrouhout/ south I i pi : Juction Productions 1)\ \\illiani .\ I League of \int" ''f'a. and wa1this yearelected "
directions and avoid i xt II.'un..1..1'III 1 | | Tallinn (li'r.-1 '..'. 1-loinla us compared with those mother Tampa.-Honda Fertilizer it Oil f Brady and the Schubeit1will: also] to the pii-nliii\' of the State 11'-,

If possible. tyke room u ro',1.Kollef* 01 will 1.;an 'I:in .'. seitionof the eountry : Co., will establish plant for manuifattuie lie shown upon the I Pi"i", $tietn The 111 JIIK h-. ,

In also a be darkened ubtnlnul l by ruhblntc tin I':. 7. inn Kiition, ,iximill ) __ Sn. "We are indeed a fortunate people I oil. and fertilizer from menhaden i reputation. of these producers in the )1 lr, il'llItI, in' ,oniunc lion with .
forehead and temples, with Nyal5Paln r..7.' ni i Lntnn l li...rt.> 1 o.i. r and should always appreciate and take I buildings and docks to cost I I theatrical) world leave nothing- to :Ml r lino whot us- elected state orIrani.'i -
Believert HH.1.H. >... z. inn i list in'nt _ _ r'". advantage of 'our opportunities," he | $:.10,000.; mill construction; daily capacity chance and is a guarantee! of the Lest I \ "'i I.' t th. I"iigtie, tailed on all ,'f I
7 Muscular trembllnir alti.matIng PmulHlon ..f'I'.lr"llull1 1 initial!)'_ fi'iKmnlHloii ', said. 10,000 bbls tish scrap and oil. that money time and competent working the exhilutoi' of the Eat (oast and :

: with spell; of fever, tuijethtr In th*? o f I I'tin Until Marge. ) 1nnhxpecl I forcs can produce The output of they haveuctcecled in enrolling every ';
with seliaw of coolness - Eclectic] Feature Film Co War exhibitor culled )
a the .
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of malariaand ora nt (smnll ) _ 21Kxptttoiant upon league. ;
arex symptom - . .
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ague. 'ilnifct H_ _ -ri'iIJy 1111'1'111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111THE I I to ners, Pathe, General) Film Co., Special I Incidentally Mr. Kettler, who has
Nyal a Chill Tonic help of nututuovercome la.niruor Salt25 Features as well as the Famous Kleins been in numerous theatre. large and ,;t

lack iht of> effort vrnptom, lo.. of aprellte Event>-r_ . _ _ u. _ 25 attractions will be shown for the henefit mall throughout the country, states :[.
N" and: pains In the head and Face Cream (small) _____ _n ___ .25 of the Kissimmee theatre goingpublic. that the Dixie Theatre. of Kissimmee :I'

Us.batr alme: be relit to mtttent Face Cream (large) -- -:-- .- -- .50 Fla., is without doubt the prettiest of J! ,[
t Fit-sen (small) h-__ --. --- ----:. .10 I One strong feature of the Dixie program I its kind in the entire south and many :'
fevers.Lt FBHALU COMPliAINTS. ofcauiei Flffsen (medium),. .- .._.*. '?_ ... 25 i will be the Paths Daily News citrea of large size would welcome an "l.t h

; .These 'ar. due 'to more a variety or leas Flgsen large) ..... -., ... ___ .110 Service, which will present all the current amusement place as good with pride.
tr' and to are medical treatment.. Foot Bath Tablet*.. ....? -- ---; .21 events of Interest the world over, .1 He states that when he builds another .4.4444ri
amenable ... '
Care ahowarm taken avoid becoming Hair Dye small) v,... -.'_ ___ __ .IS as well as authentic pictures of incidents I theatre it will be a duplicate? of the
the and The to blood In Hair Dye large) ___u ___ -,.u.M LucerneCircieIS pertaining to the European war. Dixie.
; every fatlrued Inatana. will be Hair Tonic _ __ __ _ 100 I r This will make the strongest all + "t
almost found to be Impure and nhould Handy Lotion __ u -_ _ 25 I feature. program being shown in the -0-04044s14444dsSW
t 1 r be cleansed and ntrengthenedFor lllnorderfdMenitruatlon. : Hi.atlai. ht. I'owili, 'r* l small _ _ 10Headnrhe state of Florida] and is duplicated only .

,i I Painful.- Hyulrrla nnd Cramp*. lowdi'r* Marge) u _ 25Hlrstitont by the big theatres of the larger
I Neuralgia and .llearltitt!: i small l _ _ 6i(' cities of the country. :r.GRAYSTOf\E'
Ovarian un.
''' t Down Pnln ghould. H'a\' '.be t. kenba. lllrnuti' i lartt.. ) _ __ __ __ _ IOn STILL THE LEADING I To ay that the ...efforts of the. Dixie I
{ Hot Springs Til ti..1 Remedy -- -_ 1 f'OHlroK management. will he greatly appreciated .
hetavern': <.n 1''r."ld.I _._ -_ _ 25 by the pittuie fans of the city I I SPIN All THE TIM

,\ : one YellowfiI Iron Tonic Slit""rs ._ _ -_ _ 1 ((10 should] go without aying. Now and erond-hand.
t bowel should do not bt.move lakin _tn open ]tell, olnl"' ,."' d _ __ _ 25 5c HAVANA CIGAR boles for tale from mutomc-$100 tc:

I'lll thc-m' Each;: pnrkaRe. contain of Vegetable a 'box Kldnt Pills litniMll .___ _ _ 25 .*: :-><-X-: : --------o} k 12.000 H&xaarH at. Qraystone Garmft

rrescrlptloh I _ _ _
Kldtiev I 1"11. .Itrg. ) rot
of Vafdnal: Tablit*. r5I'''ordhgI' KISS1MMFK: : : ('ONDENSED) ). :!. W TKURH1N, Pup II. D. PORTER, Mr.
I which *hould bt until KI..N. to _ . _ _ 21
_ a t }448'3406P406840rnv4L
Horn Fttx 161.nrltenur I
to Otrcptlona - : s-r.
all" :
& <
rabli t \ rtwjo \ I Lntu.vl 2T I
i4, i' One hour axninlil during thi ISIS> until\. I.n x."ld _ _ _ 2fi Made in Florida where the It has. more (him. :.KIO; ( population
I .Ix have been takt n until thin foUl on.tablet ln\itl\ rii.' <:vtiip' Pi mpounilNtiialll I It IH. t the leading. market for cattle i MAKES RHEUMATISM
4- . hum
,' hav..> bien.V.b.* taU. n .Thin.H HOOII ti"l 'ttimiit a. th l.axatli./ hiu Sine, C"'ompourid' , 2r climate is just right to give it It IH property comparatively"cheap fr.from, and taxes: crime.Its an.

'a should first vvmptotn iipiitair, and Hi.' laru, t -__ _ _ Ml low i i PROMPTLY DISAPPEARi
8' many ach<.. .tml pain*. and Laxa'ol"Tabl..11I f..r J.lnlm'1 I ( Mill ft lU I - 'n. _ _ II is almost totally free from moxquitoes. -
511 that fine
will oon riot illKipptar ront iln ,,,111111'no '' -- ii It till. i nl I 1.ill.. > aroma so enjoyed by | i
do I
roaring. |IUZXIIK! In tht. . urN I.Itll. Ln I i I tills _ . 21II Ml has. a good live working board of | (rippled-up uff"n'ra.Find IIr
1 snit no unplt.,lit aMtiTit pret: after nt ffi N\als< tM I Is I lit 1,11 li: I'it (in\| :) .. -_ - 25 particular smokers. I I trade .. .ffler Ftw Dosex of NewKemedy : r. .
< ouxn 1.It.r S.IIIt .sm.til _ _ _
r- ouKh Syrup nhould be ) :J1 II haM electric lights and telephonesystem. laken ;l
Cherry In eonjunrtnt1 \\ltli L.. .xtaken .. I.h. i "Snlm (lailfi' oI _ u _ s uI I are t
...cold the bodv Rhnulri be keptwarm .IM r r 1nnllnt.r, 1< ,/Ilyuld| ) _ r.O i i1'n'"ln',1 Il has a fine tourist. holt I and several ---- ,
of iPinptraNiravoided It
1 and etmne11 M '' 1 11".n. - - _ -. 21Moi f I commercial] hotels. !J' ieedle.s! to suffer any longer

;i tOMdTIITI01S.Kat >iUlt| Iitlon, _ _ ------S 25 Its soil] will, produce any variety of with iheiunatism, and be all crippled
plenty and of<'aalh frutt) and ilia.'rgrtnhles Nt.d )Molitiini' 110,10"i I _ _ _ 25Nutrlthe You Should Also Try the I fruit. flowers, or vegetables.It tip. and! hint out or"shape. with Its
: ,. Ii\ |ph..tdtuarhites I .' clear Inn denomination ,
food A KlanH' if t ulils it r onrttlrliiK has six churches of different htiiit wrecking/ pains, when you cansurely
Inthe Xulrltlv ,
and the first think livphophnspLltrs.I .
: llnvt pltii, \ offrenh lou.U _ Kill *-all fine buildings.Il avoid it.Rheunultisrn.
morning air and ixir( ,lKtL Ns d...nit Tenth - _n__- 25 I m practically free from I the saleof
I >o not lake the orrtltiur\Nv.1"1". purSatlvr \\lotln P,,( I lowilor (Marge- -_ _ -_ .((0. whiskey, or any other intoxicants.Il II kidneys that comes from weak inactive -
il fall to filter
or cathartles . has the finest school system of from
pliaaitt. and aur. table I'aln Rtllt\tr (fHtiialll -25! New the blood the
I I. a
- - - South.
a town of its size in the I'mted; poisonous waste matter -
that \Indiitt promptand Pain It. IIe'.I r. any
laxative i lain-) >liI tail uric acid
lion - - : it is useless toliniments
pninlr5S nitlnn of the anti. 'II,i _ __ _ _ sic1're.criptlun Stales. I ryh take i I
regular no | or
tlmulatt ordinary
ell and It has an up to date business college reme-
UnbvIjixntlve '
A- healthy movement< N\nl. 21------------ 1511 dies to ielieve the pain. This only s
commercial k
full courses.It pro-
rtlv fir leaching
Is \crv eff< > Prick \ Hint 1'ow.Ur _. _ 2r. longs the
.. I I.. owned misery and can't possibly I
w. lMf Nyal FIR < n has modern municipality
children laxntU. In It. it.n." . _ _ 5iHhitimatlt I cure .
convenient fruit works and you. \
; a water sewerage -
electric. plant
l tablet formtte Itt tin dnmall ) _ _ riijihiuniHti >
'y, pY M ''':I''A.''' It, in. .H' llarite) __ I all system. The only way to cure. rheumatism. j
a To ....I.t medicinal Irl''n..nt Roafh I I'ondr . _ ._ .._ 25 It ban nearly twenty. miler of xplen- ,is to leinove the cause The new discovciv ..
''h you Nhnuld In the first pIa.' .lIh',: H'ail..llrItrh Hazel, _ 25"a..p. I Idid cement. nidewnlks.' ('ro"n\1e. does this because it
well and nvtJd A Clear Havana Hand Made
t-hew the rod .. _ _ __ iiciitinh/es
hurried entinR: Th.. ro" should ? u. h' I""ooShavlnic It has a Masonic. it Knight" of Py. and l dissolves! all the pois-
I otb _ .._
b. and a, "1l' hal 'r n .25 Odd Fellows and Woodman of ..unoijsulistanic's, and uric acid that
Skin Soup ___ __ ___ __ 25 Ihias. HI
which does nol should.1I..lro'I" ss a"old..dI sou SnothlnK WMip - --- .. n'-_ 2fiNi.rt 10 cent Cigar J : the World organization.It ) I"ilfi!;, in the joints and muscles, to.; r.eratclr
fonts t
;, Starchy Thront : __ ._ t
I and all the fond other than thett Itemedv ( small) 21 has three lines of railway and is and irritate' nnd cause rheu-
,. Fruit Sort Threat Hcmti1larK**) -'- _ f>oSptdiK i atism and
will "k..1 leans
fruIt.hopld bp t the terminus fif two of them- out and strengthens -
sarn.'ta.Wn tlarRt'l 1
omp :
may bI. ,'at..n 10 than.good mlllt nAyantngrliquid ahnuld Hoot c'l.mpiiund:: lmall fit + Manufactured by : It has two par excellent weakly' the topped-up, inactive kidneys,
.. and Mont. Hoot Compound ( larKe)._ __ 1 to"Haw *0 i t hey un filter all the fromthi ?
small 'Jnll" poisons
b. taken In !" Itnf _.__ _ _ 2K newspapers.It
drink ..low.P't -- t }blood of
ts,, when you drink ndlk. Sulphur and cream of Tartar has", the most attractive country and drive it on and out .
'ralp It. N) RI". IIy spepsi5 Tali-1.0- Tablet. _ __ .h__ ____ __ 10 Co. club house in the state.It the I -yt..m.
, ale and Ny..r. "hnrronl. Sulphur !Soap' __ __ __ _. _ -r Curry-Smith Cigar .
., > of Lake f '
n bank Tohopekaliga C'ro'\on
...n.e tonewill l Iner..a. .' Ih. jic Tar !Soap _ __. __ 21Ttethlnir has on the is the most wonderful )I
u' n
thegastric dl....."v.'' es Powder _.. .__.. ___ __ ..rToilet > I one of t hmo t beautiful lakeson medicine ever made for curing chronu :
r and assist the the foodtEri.KWKftRlia. ornnna Talcum __u__ ____ _ :11 j ORLANDO FLORIDA this continent i rheumatism, kidney troubles and
In Toilet Talcum _____- ,
"' N'Ibtls- JS althiest'lown in the Unit bladder find it
IIL": Toothache Strops------------- 15 It is the h ; disorders. You will
A aplrlted, before walk or bedtime physical" rlll rxercive Toothache Plug ._.____ ___, _____ .Ml ed States.:-tlhe annual death rate being different from all other remedies. ,<
often suffice just : hot baths are also Tooth Powder .___. ___ n_ ___u .JS I : less than 3 to the 1000. There I Is nothing else on earth like It. ; v
r recommended. Abstain from th* Vegetable Valtln.-I'Tabh'I.Prescription.------. Antiseptic __ _'- 1..25 00 For Sale in Ki* immee by the Its streets are shaded with massive It matters not how old you are or .

n.e nt tea. coffee keen and the wines bowel at Veterinary Salve _____ -? __--1--,___ .60 oaks and its boulevards and lawns are how long you have suffered it is practically t
the .lItn."al; White Liniment _____ ___ __. __ it Bermuda it into the ;
Nya' Celery -- covered' with (trass. impossible to take l Yf
open. Take a Teething Ix tlon..___ ... ... .... .IS I '
> -
r Korrlfto sooth and theM of the human results. You '
to tjutet Winter Cough Remedy (smallJB It i* in the center orangeproducing system without ..'i
.rvsts and For to".n..up Ih.. entire In Winter Cough Remedy (large) _. (0 .Palace Co. Inc. section of Florida, shipping "will find relief from the first few f:

.yat.m.e,114r..n.I.." Nya)'. Soothing I Wltoh Haael Salve (Compound.. .U Drug hundreds of cars of the fruit yearly.It doses and you? will be surprised) now . ''I
Worm Syrup _.._.. ... -__ ..:..... .111 .
; C' ,ayrnp. ; Iya ufa Worm Wafers ----- -- ___. .t( e .has the best climate, both in winter quickly all your misery and suffering 1;
o .. . Yellow Pill ---_ .,..... Tl;._ __--.. ->l and aummet-th-e thermometer : will end. ;! '
: at'the "The Pretcrlption Drug Store" seldom going over' 92 or lower than 36. An original wackaire of l Croxone !
For sale <:
:- 'I, exclusively It is in the center of the finest"uR'lnt I costs bpt a, trifle at any first-clu. I. 'n

." .PA A.C ; ;DR U $J QRJ SAM G. RAGSD LE, Mgr. It is the section head of of Florida.navigation of a j drugstore laed to sell.' It All on drug punitive.;ista money are authorc''back; "

: c.r .. ,, chain of.lake and rivets reaching; to guarantee. Three doses a day,for a.;
-' : a- ; .._ 4heCuILJThiir : T.j P CrlpU.o.4'Dr.Ji".Sto.rC" Photic t- ? ( J ht ..
'enttJt and aboimdirwith
/ 1'ti.. : ? ,, hnnrded' jnttes edeur.. -th.--wor..baek.e
'. n.t,, UK a.;: 6SDAL, Pna.411.-r'-1; j' .. nw 11111111111111111111 111K i n 1111111111111111 > i 1111 bea.tlf \-flfR87 hnMI''OCI'' overcome': nrinary dl..o deitu:
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L; 1' /. THE PALACE DRUGSTORE- .,. at Inc. $ :. ::1.I

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Your ltd"Why" We -

To All 'Ownersttof' Dogs,""i. '

Should ave .It. . ',' FREE F E E .Diseases Little' of Booklet the' ,Dog on : ; ''f,

-and HOY 1 To Feed

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::1 By H. CLAY GLOVER, VS. S r.
Come and Get Your NOW-It'. FREE

< TI7E" want your trade--we believe we ought to have it. Webelieve'this .. Glover's Imperial Dog Remedies'

because in our store the best service is lrr-ra li-mvdr for acute <>r chronIO! diarrhoea Jrut.rlc..d,. U n. harmless and, valuable reme. $
k yours and all bowel complaint.' I'rloMl ..... MI-; fe"sll.. shin dlsfcas* on animalsi is 'nIH f.
t>..ttlt>. -and service here means more than just filling order. FIt Needy will .top fits or convulsion In a the growth of hatr., tfmrrs...... I. tierenr ,
W your Ow minute.'Prlre. IM real m b.ltle.Toale I5.d Keren oC any kind,,11 Is unequaie.l l ,

ft We offer you prompt, courteous treatment, goods of the .other for..RU"debility.... I'rlo-arising, BO ....*from. k.dl.tfmper..... or IH.lrx.rrr trlrtly. non-poisonous."....d.uhdu/ ..r.fetch. and M reliable tvtn a remedy Mlie. ,
( the fever at onee. r.gulntes -
ah Mlstvrfor Cough. Cold. .Asthma Bronchitis lor Uistumprr;
with etc Prier, IMI <.?.<. ... <.. the stomach kesplnw up the itppetlt, :
highest quality combined reasonable prices and fairness A splendid thins forvr 1
ureafor Khfumatl.m Hpralna or Bruls- and. general trecilflh. '
I \: ... m b...l-. analog from any cause. Pricer .1.00. a "
jtvrr 1111.. act directly. upon. the Liver and Secretions. k...... i k,
r': in all dealings. ... Price, Mt Brae ..... Vrrml(.... Is a safe and crrtaln destroys. of
('. F.ot Mrmrif for .ore feet arising: from any ": In dotes.. I'rt-ss ISO l.ta s> s>*l<* r
.. causes either from frost bites, bru1.4t ..-p.Lara _Msrsa t. hpJ.- ronlsln all. H-.aotlv* H44i9I9i"a l -
"k( '- Therefore we ask your.confidence-we want you Our o.-ov"rWl'lI.-Prl.-JljI. ...... per bN/l.. of the Vsrmlfuv. 1'plr, a0 reaa a ..... ".*'
-to: know that ably intelligently efficientlyt Prescription: DepartmentWe BI.... Te.tae.Re.edy the only thing used successfully Tape M'arss' Capsiilvs. tfprclally prepared .for the d1
we can In the treatment of this dl.ea.e.f'rlc. . rrsdlcatlon.of tap w rm. l riee.d ra Mt.* e t
.... .. . '
addle' drug want. e.per kettle.eel ( sl l a l"llls contain altrratlire" d..U" ton-
: t f", ; your every compound prescriptions just a* your doctor desires I d Ktable .._' contain Ina modified IP and fvsr sgbduln properties rne. Mprntn d
V;: ;: We are here to serve you. We know that we only form .ii the medicinal properties of the MangeCure s hox..
-exercising great care and skill-using only the .. .._... .... of the
"t, hold business continue to give sat with the finest Palm OliveOils. < for Internal canker ear
as long as we making ... ........ .
: your f. .oap equal In quality to any Prl-e> 5* rr v
-- best procurable drugs in all our prescription work. toilet It chronic Ihdl..tlo...
++ tsfaction- oap. contalna no potash or carbolic Dlcreeilve nils tor acute and
k You always get courteous treatment in our tore. We believe in quality always and keep only the"'purest .burning old. both up of the which natural are Injurious oil. and In to time the coat rendering , vastrltls.. P.or.....any, S4 deranirement....1. a ..... of the d tesllvvorgan. '-
The children consideration in our pharmacy. and the skin dry and the coat har.h.' .-- '.__... H-lphar Tablets are particularlyadaptiMl i x
", get every freshest drugs. They may cost a trifle more than tirmmrl _.d .....1. Sup l. especially reoommrnded to small dOBS requiring a ooollnc medIclne. I\0
We are pleased to take orders over the phone and the stale and for keeping. the akin and coat In Price 69 resits l es.Hye h
shop-worn kind-but allow substitution ,
we no a healthy I condition, fa for Ulcers "
and particularly 1 roodfor l<*tlai removing Film or from.
,i will, deliver goods anywhere. and any humor, Irritation or .ore.. It la laritelyused the cyrs. Price. lie ...t. a ....1.-
r. Anything you would expect to find in a modern drugstore you get only pure, high grade, fresh medicines.Our for akin and scalp troublea In human be Bleed P-rlfler Is aJ alterative, very quick yj
is in of !I.*s. Price. XS a rake. In action. Prtre eta a kettle. -t:
p';:" you will find here. dispensary charge a competent cbemi.twho
Our reputation has been built on a policy of absolute thoroughly understands his business and when he Palace Sam 0 Mp, "
Store ;
integrity and fair dealing. You get the best of drugstore puts a label on a bottle containing a prescription from Drug Inc. /1J4 .
service and drug store merchandise when you trade your doctor, you can be sure that it is accurate in every
I here. detail and contains exactly the medicine called for .

Come in. We know that your health and the doctors success .- -- J S .55
r Let us get acquainted. depends upon the careful, compounding of medicines by Se. r
We want your business and we want it on the following the druggist and we handle all prescriptions a* if they Liver TonicsDodson's Free Rubber Goods
basis were for members of our own family.
. I.tepity-lairneu in all dealings- You should have all your prescriptions filled at the Delivery ,

Efficiency--the best of service. "Prescription Drug Store," the can have per- Liver Tone h___ ___ _____50c Fountain Syringes __ ______$1.00 to $4.00
Quality-our goods are of the highest futandard. fect confidence in the medicine and confidence you. Herbinc, for liver. complaint __ ______SOc To '
Price*-the lowest consistent with high quality goods. know is a great help ih effecting prompt cure.: Lax-For--- __ _____SOC All Hot Water Bottle*__-__ ___1.00 to $3.00'Ice dq
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Experience -our years of practical experience is You will always find immediate and courteous attention ,i Hobson's Liver Regulator__ ___ _____25c Caps_____ ___ ______ __75c to $2.00 i
that in drug the Palace Store.
your guarantee our store your wants are awaiting you at Drag Try us
cared forin-te) most proficient manner. new. I Thedford's Black Draught___ _______25c Parts Bulb Syringe _______ ____25c": to .$1.00 I )

. L Nubian'Tea___ ----', --______ _____SOc d
I' Beartax ---- ----- _____________---50c of Atomizer .f all kiad, Nipples Ttotiag
Simmons' Liver Regulator_____ ______25c TheCity. Rugs ..d Baby Rattlers. ETerytkiiag 1m '

lOur Complete Toilet Dept..I,I I Many other Liver Tonics carried in stack die rubber (...* be.Palace.Drug '

f I Palace: Drug Store.Inc. Store Inc. ;:
We the largest collection of Toilet Articles Phone
carry Grade Toilet '
55 -y' and preperations between Jacksonville and Tampa. We High SoapsPure I I SAM G. RAGSDALE.. MANAGER SAM G. RAGSD LE. Manager uPI.

doubt seriously if there is a more complete line to be Olive i Castile, including wash rag_____ ___-_lOc Phone 41 Quick Delivery. 41 ... 41 Qdck: o.ihwi., r
found anywhere in the state. Jap Rose a sweet ___ __ ___IOcJergen's I ---- - -- i
very soap----- --- --
best of that Violet Glycerine_____ __ _________ __IOc ._' _. . .I I I. '. ; ;; . I . . I . . . . .. . .. .. .. _. .. .. _. .. ...... . . - - . -"
It includes the everything particular - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - .T fM'ii'4'Fg

.t people require and the same standard of quality applies Palm Olive. a famous soap_____ ___ ___ __*.:.__15c

to our toilet goods as to our drugs and medicines. Cashmere Bouquet____ ___ ______ ___ _:_____I5c
"Have You Used Pears"_____ ___, ..-____15 and 20c ;
S Imported Toilet ArticlesFace Packers Tar. excellent: for Shampoo_____ __2,..__25c a POINSETTIAICE n

Powders. Djer Kiss _____ _____ ___ ______$1.00 Rogers & Gallet imported from Paris_______ __.35c k

Face Powders, La Trefle___--__ __ ___ _____$1.00 Woodbury Facial Soap __,_: .:._, ... ___ ..-'..2 .

Face Powder Azurea____-._ __ ,_. '1.00 Cuticura Medical and Toilet. Soap ...... .........25c "

Toilet Waters. Le TrefleT___ T__ ____ ------$1.50 ". Nadine FJeJi'Soap.....__ ... _-iivr'i.::._:.:.'.___....2S CREAM / : ..
GardenSS.olgate'sPreparations () Mary Garden, extra fine fortoilet.L: __: _____$2.50 r
Also all brand of Shaving Soap. M
-- ---- - -- -- -- n4

{ ... Manufactured by the
Palace Drug Store \ '

': Collates Pore Castile, Palm and Bit Bath Soaps, Bay 1 Tampa Dairy Co.
.\ Rom, Brilliantine, Tooth Paste, Tooth Powder, Liquid INCORPORTED .
'; Shanpee, Toilet Water "Trie Prescription Drug Store" '
Colates Talcum Powder, Smelling Salts, Cold Cream, "Made a Palace"
Face Powders, Etc. Sam G. Ragsdale, Mgr. Telephone 41

== THIS firm owns and operates '
,'r, .-.-.-. . .-. .-. . . .-. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ .. . .AAA _ '
L largest and most scientif- :

i1 ; : ically perfect plant in the South. :.

Wouldn't YOU Like a Box of i Building is of solid concrete and ;'

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L llti; D1 -and they are so tile, most modern machinery.

f II: fl'J.-U- pure and fresh too Sanitary and hygenic conditions : ':";,-

;.. IATLAN FA --new shipments received and methods as near perfect as \I'

.J t\h.'r'.\ ILJ E ASPI' S by express money and >cience can produce. ';.

: week""""""" I'' l\\
every I Products used are of s Y Yquality

That's why the sale of these candies break all records pen r'1

shown the ; cream from dairies approved 't
as by following telegram: : :

by the city pure food de- ,

Western-Union Night Letter partment.

ii 34NYJF49 NS lEx Ni New York May 14 14

I t NORRIS. INC. I'' Poinsettia

Your ordejfor three carloads choice Brazil 1 .
nuts received. Have located an exceptionally fine i Ice Cream for sale in Kissimmee : '
.lot just imported and you're to be congratulated. .
This is the largest orijer on reoord given by any' 1
', t ; confectionery firm which shows that yoTT-TJonsume = __ by
more Brazil Nuts than any candy manufacturer.H. :!.. 1i. -' v
M. DAY Broker 212AM -- .' .

: Why' not a box of these Exquisite Candies to-night i -?' Sold in Kissimmee only by the i.Palace' DrugStore .I .


_ '"The'Prescription Drug Store" SAM G.RAGSDALE, Manager ; ; : 'The' ..Prescription. "f Drug' Store" SAM. ,Gi- ,f HAGSDALE".Manager' I

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l >i ,; i L vW'.SjFRIDAY.
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The Kissimmee Gazette; SEEING THE LIGHT. -' ,
[tf.'r -'_-- ''The Lake Worth Herald,haa the following A SUSPICION? Now what's the ;;:;of the .Supreme 't''' )
1.'JTTBLISHED' BVER*. FAr1')A T. OFFICB1 INVAlLtHT GAZETTE: aTSILDING The Florida' Fire, Prevention' Society : to say regarding a recent editorial Court trying to'' tr
OSCEOLA COUNT ITUORIDA.W.B. Instituting Investigation of i industrial '
KISSIMMEE1. has solicited the aid of the Valley i entitled "Refusing 936 inches of an. tional Harvester' Trust Didn't they!
Gazette in .spreading special warn. I Foreign Advertising:,"which appeared conditions throughout the dissolve the Standard .Oil ..Trust!

..:. HARRIS ... ... .;.. ... ... ... ... .. ... .. ." *. Owaer Jng: against carelessness that might' in the Gazette recently: world, 'the $100,000,000 Rockefeller: What's the difference If a business
', I.. ... '_ ._ , __ -... result in disastrous fires, a. follower\, The editorial, reprinted ,from ,the Foundation asserts that "it is deliber. organization! Is as bi* as all ouKof

11" TB.-y.: ; ;; ; one year-.._...,.__......_..__......._._/1.., The Florida' Fire, Prevention Society Kissimmee Valley Gazette one of,the ately attempting to grapple with whatit doors? What (matters It, If they do
U i ODe copy'aIZ; month-'1.00 Qn. copy, lhr e anostha:.......___ .n' desire to ,emphasize In view of IIvest newspaper* In''' Florida, 'should believes to be the most complicatedand make mlneyfU.fow many of us would! t' )
-,-. --..--, -, U ,,, the unfortunate condition exla'tlnathrou&hout" ,b. read and reread by every newip at the same time the most" urgent be plugging away raising turnip.'and' r
modern-times. i
$ communications' except from our authorised correspondents, must be Europe, the necessity for per and every businessman in the question of and I pounding out scintillating paragraph
aI absolute cleanliness and especial care state Every 'word of the editorial The relations between employer I I on 4 typewriter if there wasn't money:
fj f .S53e'SfeohSiMelrwlll not b. returned unless called for to prevent fire in every mercantileand in. true, and l then some. The Lake employee present a question that is'I I in it? 'J-.efs he reasonable. Let's glory

(Entered. at the'Po torTlce.' ;;Kl... ': ;. Florida. as second-clasa matter.) the state manufacturing, whether it establishment be in full .or In very Worth doctrine Herald has for been the past preaching year that and places complicated and industries and urgent in onlyin which those'capi-!tin,,I tion the, and, size the of our fact business they are organita making ;

U --- -- - - partial operation/ or entirely closed four months and tal and labor, one or both, are reckless all
will continue to .money f<> long as we are gettinga
FRIDAY. OCTOBERk16. 1914. down, and to stress particularly/ the preach It for all time to come. This of the rights of others. In many I square deal. What's the use of .
individual responsibility for prevent: refuses from two to important enterprises, some of them ourselves and the public.
C.= -'- -- paper ten advertising to make
c:::== '-c.---, n able fires of description.With of the- largest! scale, we hear of no I 1
every I .cat( cut rates) contracts .per believe I we have destroyed 'a trust!:,
plants ready to resume operation week, and will continue to refuse problems, because justice and reason jwhci- we know all we have accomplished t,
I : Slaps and Bangs with unimpaired capacity Flor- them. It believes It has tho same are such recognised and practiced.hirers and is to break it up into smaller '? 1,
ida will occupy a commanding position I right to treat the advertising space a spirit actuating !parcels, make it more difficult for the
in the commerce of the world that it has to sell precisely as the workers' disputes doomed cannot long their prevailand dis- ] organization to operate and make !,
upon cessation of hostilities in Eu- merchant treats tho godos he has to wrongs. are on money and mlikc the things the trust
Did you give your dollar;? e U rope. Her products-lumber, naval sell, and it will not sell that space at covery.In view of this it must be soils cost the public more money'?- ',
i inquiry
If ;, stores and phosphate, will be immediate ''a price that brings deficit insteadof
in a I I'litrida! Metropolis:
that Mr. himself has
Rockefeller .
Kissimmee Progressive Club is working for demand and at The ...- --
If not why not now? The higher price a profit. advertising rate of misgivings about the situation in Colorado - -
benefit. i levels than have ever heretofore prevailed this paper is fair; in fact, it Is really where he conspicuouslyin THE IIIMKUOI'S' EGG. '
t' your If t i.,. | It i. imperative, therefore lower than it should be, gauged by ,industrial conflict figures which has become i
that 1 every plant he conserved and the circulation advertiser an In" quill place, a small quantity ofquick.silv.r
; every
h Help them secure Und conceit I 1 a good! city dock, boats, a lake launch.filood protected from loss or damage by precisely the same rate; cats pays and a national scandal.! There as a nd, having fastened it i
i fishing tackle etc.. (for tlic entertainment of tourists I fire if our merchants and manulaci dogs, patent medicines scholarships elsewhere, the solution of the trouble well i", insert. t the quill! through the lend
does not much HOI _
is would and depend so upon of a newly boiled egg ('while still
i i reap the golden profit. like junk are not taken as pay for much i'
ence as humanity not so
Democrats. Gee, it will be quiet Merchants and' manufacturers advertising! :; real 'money is demandedand upon ; and) 1""ledwhi) <-h egg being placed on
Looks as if nobody tan \ -le except a upon statistics upon concession will dance l about till cold.
1 table,
obtained and if the
i.iaicd the Democratic candidates, doubt. should i make it a point to drive these ; every newspaperin promises. Where capital and labor, ,
election and all bets will be on no the state would in line and - + ------
i farts home in trw mind of the indi- get
meet each other equals! preparedto
1( M"f I stick to its advrtised rate the as Nc-aily :;:(of)0() women are employed 1
vidual employee, to that all rub- situation
see give as well as take there i is in-
See (that you mail ,thin copy of the Gazette to some "now bird"up butt) and inflammable material of would be materially improved. The dutsrial peace and in most cases there in t the cotton mills in JapanS.I1.BUfOC. ;

north. He or she' .will amneciate your inteiesl 1 in their welfare. every character is properly taken advertising rate of the Lake Worth is prosperity. Few smdertakings have
I( 4qi I i-are of and not carelessly swept into Herald is considerably higher; than ever gonelu wreck under such l' ny"-. '
lowered much that !, piles! or" thrown into corners to become the rate of the Kissimmee Valley Ga- tem, but the ruins of those" that have
'"lowered" right 't't
The express rate' ate so our ; a fire menace which under ytete, on account of the cirdculation been ,
destroyed by tyrannyand
local growers will ship fey; Clyde and Merchants and Miners fines from i proper conditions will develop a con- of this paper being much larger-and violence are arrogance scattered all over
", ; Jacksonville to New York City | (flaRiation. circulation is what:! counts. In olden the earth.-New York World.
t I Ito> not put your trust in a "(ire. times many country editors were con- .. REAL ESTATE 'c i

"r, Express rates on egg plant boosted 2S cents after they are "reduced." I is proof"just a.building great -as your in wooden responsibility\strucI for tent their to take advertising whatever! space they could and takeit get; NO DOUBT. ........................ ? i

rte That's a funny reduction, is it not it is not. However, your Uncle Reuben I lure': in ham, tobacco, boots and shoes" or INSURANCEExamination i ,
"1 will ship by boat. It will cost him only 51 cents to New York City, as againstthe t Risks are dangerous or not as the any bother old thing., It is different "MR.: editur; sir, if i ('oudnt'l'un a

"reduced"' $1.15 express rate, which' means that he will put down ,in his owners make them so. It is not now, and every newspaper worthy the newspaper the fake.better nor killen you id the go Town jump of Titles a
name i ti operated as a business venture \\f you are
hally.. the nature of the business.
64 That will help t lo buy shoes for-"the-- "
own jeans cents on every crate. tl i.s I the nature of the men with its employees" paid in cash, and you has oter know it. That I is I
t l kiddies. Study 'to prevent fire in your placeof when the money is due, and cash: settlements the way a nice little note, receivedthe Specialty. 1,1
a1 C 4 are demanded on advertising other day, read--capitalization I Ii
business and in home.
tit', Golly, it was a shock lo our nerves After( we had all gone down on o lie prepared to put your fires out before and subscription accounts.-Lake spelling and all.-Lake Worth Herald. I Correspondence Solicited. \V.\j.

j our knees and prayed for peace as per !the President's request, your Uncle 1 they become dangerous; all fires are Worth Herald. I ___ t
j the. same size! at the start and fiftyper ABOUT i a ta
life. n
Samuel gets up and orders three new battleships. Oil its a merry cent of the fire loss is" prevent- ... WHAT tR
rf C .
w ;| able."It'.s, .
'Z "Blue Law" for Kissimmee next, read a black 36 point headline in the noneof my business" doesn'tapply By T. C. Parker.

of ', \mpa Daily Times. Fine advertising! for Kissimmee. II to' fires. Every fire is yourIu.inesit The fellow had worked hard and I I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I
I economized for several
If 4Ud puts a "crimp" in your years, saved
porketbook.Insurance. $,00, with which he bought a lot, then "
Why not'allow the sale ol perishable fruits Sunday. What's the
on a will cover but a small 'he borrowed $500 from the fellow who
difference between selling fruit and cigars or fruit and candy, or fruit portion of your loss if you have a never did work and built a house and ;
zb and newspapers (fruit and gasoline or any of/ the olher necessanes sold fl/,e. Insurance' i is but partial rcpayment sold the house and lot on the install- T
not absolution. ment plan to the fellow who had a TINWARE[
II and used every day in the week. Will somebody explain. 311\
good job and had saved $100 with
}, I Kire prevention i is a matter ofcleanliiH'ss I
and carefulness in the which to make the first payment;
+ If/ we are going to return lo the dull straight-laced days of long ago :, individual you. t then the fellow who never did a useful 1

f,6; } all right--lets do it, but then lets close up \erythl g the whole shebang --: --- thing in all the days of his life,
from the office the railroad Do and how I with others of his sort, worked up a s
post to station. it see many touristsyou'll | TOO TRUE. That Will
I financial panic; then the fellow who W
winter bought the lost his could
] While a large percentage of the property job,
# is aI
merchants in the smaller not meet the monthly payments and
; are
I+ Tourists come to Florida lo have a good time -an enjoyable time. They ,sitting idly by and watching the spiders lost his $100; then the fellow who

certainly don't expect to spend their time studying Florida "blue laws." No spin their webs across their borrowed the $500 couldn't meet his WEARA j jt'
I obligations and the sheriff sold the
yi sir. They the of the doors and the dust accumulating on
expect intelligent treatment on part people and if (theycan't house and lot to the fellow who loaned
l l, find it here' they seek the Last Coast where obsolete laws are treated their does shelves not,'pay declaring, and that that the advertising dollaror the money for $450./

j a. dead laws. two they spend with the local paper Then the fellow who lost his $100
4q M 4 accused the fellow who lost his $500of
{ for advertising i is money thrown
What's the with "well alons." away, the great mail order housesof cheating and swindling; and then .
matter letting enough Everybody '
appearsto the fellow who had gobbled up their If want tinware
the North are shipping their advertising you rattling good ;
be fairly well satisfied with and
our Sunday customs we can see po good literature down here by the $700 got them both to go to the polls :

lesson for changing them. DOW.I carload. A statement is made in a to and make vote laws again to for enable the party him and to do man so come, to this store. Don't buy tin- : ;
issue of southern that
recent a
''U I three freight car loads of paper catalogueshad some more. ware just because it is cheap. If you y'\ adoit's :'
I See Kissimmee first I been received by that city for LOVE FEAST OFF. .
distribution, from northern mail order just like throwing
your "I
4 houses.-:Milton Gazette. The love-feast between the German :

Here"ii a brief-- summary of conditions as they are in Osceola ,county. o autocracy and Socialists did not last money away. We can save J't..,. I'
These fact are 'taken from a booklet issued by the Kissimmee Board oft HE CAN DO IT. long, if it is true that Vorwarts has you \
s .
Tradeand are,here published for the benefit of homeseekeri and tourists: ed.A to Kissimmee deliver a sermon preacher on was the herald.judg..{'|been dentally suppressed, the Socialists a second on Januaryn12, money on every article ofKITCHENWARE : (' tl

'' Osceola County. ment day last Sunday. It must makea ,1912 i cast 4,238,000 Reichstang votes s "
man feel mighty superir to be able against 6,764,000 for all othft Parliamentary f'
O.ceolaCounty, in which Kissimmee is located lies in South Centrals to handle\ such a theme with under groups-say 38 per cent j' a

'Florida contains 1.119.515 acres of land embracing all kinds of soils well standing.-Miami Metropolis. of the total.-New York World.

adapted to the growth of various kinds of vegetables, and grains common tot i .

the Southland and is the home of the Citrus Fruits. Many thousands of dollars I' miles distant, abound with deer and the palmetto brakes and hammocks in ,;r'! ,

4 : annually are paid to Osceola fruit growers who find the occupation both' the middle and lower sections of the county are the natural home of the black in store and there hundreds of
our the
best and
are useful .
pleasant and profitable. It is believed that more dollars can be produced per ; bear. Quail by the thousands can be found almost in, the} city limits, and most things f

1 acre by intensive farming on small acreage in Osceola county than most anywhere ducks coots, snipe and lempkins are -on our lakes and islands in numbers too to select from. All are new goods and some are recent inventions. I\

else in the United States. It is truly marvelous what is being accomplished great to estimate. In fishing the tourists take the greatest pleasure for the If you know anything about our way of selling you know that our s?
,, t, along this line of industry. waters of the lakes are not three minutes walk from the center of the city.
tU y Health. Conclusion.In prices, though low, will purchase only the best and finest the market ; ;

this brief of facts it is into detailabout affords.
Without statement impossible to go 1'j-
qii doubt
it is the healthiest town in the United States-its annual
(the wonderful opportunities here for safe and profitable investment however,
;, death rate being less than three to the I 1000. Fevers are unknown and malariaof ;
lands can be bought here at reasonable prices owing to location kind and
any kind has never been known to be contracted in Kissimmee but many ASK US ABOUT FAVORITE RANGES
quality of soil, amount of improvement, etc. Favorable terms of payment can
persons come to the town to get the dread disease out of their system. They ..
usually be arranged for those in the entire purchase pricein
not position\ to pay .
water supply u furnished by a system of artesian wells and chemists who
eft have examined cash Every courtesy will be shown homsseekers, and reliable information Ll.!
it that there is
state none purer to be found anywhere. Hun-
given any one desiring a more detailed description our county and its reOAZ2SO3ST ,
dreds of
annually to Kissimmee search of and ,
persons come in health in every / Osceola Hardware
U instance have been materially and lastingly ben f1tted. until it has gainedthe sou rces. I Company

reputation of curing almost any disease roan is heir to. II I

'44; Vegetable. : F.A..E 2:>EE: I
c" Of all the South the country immediately surrounding Kissimmee is the -- INVRANCR: : : : -- ;

", 'labored spot for the growing ol vegetables. From 600 to 800 crates of tomatoes j I

fully the same cucumbers/ and squash hale been produced from the same I!,, Successor to the Dozier Leitner Agency -f. f.

amount of .oil. Beans and almost unlimited and from three fivi r
peas are ; to j State Bank Building
'ti crops are generally grown on ihs same ground. More and better Irish potatoes |I' II il!

are produced on a single acre of land within two miles of this place, and'' SUPERIOR SERVICE "
aie'grown in the muck land around Kissimmee than anywhere else in the' - -- -- I COURTEOl1S TREATMENT 'I

South sity barrels of potatoes lo the acre being the usual crop. There is not I a :) tip;

variety vegetables known that does not grow abundantly in this soil and''

v t, poses.the land in this vicinity is being rapidly taken up to be used for trucking pur- 'j'I I Choice of Five Tourist Trains j "I k'ii (.I'.II

4 Stock Industry; ". I i

! q ) Osceola county, Florida is certainly the most economical place to pro- North and Northwest"Dixie 1 { .

duce cheap beef in the United Stales as evidenced by the fact that no feed is I A Liberal Education i

it required at any season of the year, except the natural grass of the pastures ; I I w I

u we have no severe storms to contend with and beef can be had from the best Fryer" "Semiacle Limited" "Dixie Limited" : In ThriftHoys J

pastures every month in the year. Our stock growers are breeding up tbtir (
herds, and I fully realize that this aluable industry must have more care than "South Atlantic Limited" "Montgomery Route" .

'U it has been giien in the past. Many thousand cattle have been purchased by and girls who save their money' .

northern stock men and shipped to._their respective farms and ranches. The' Pullman Cars from Chicago. St. Louis, Cincinnati Louisville, and and deposit it in the bank regularly

shortage in meats and the ever' increasing demands guarantee continued en-I intermediate points to Jacksonville. Dining and will acquire an education in thrift that L''

,i i quraging! pieces and the opporutnilies for the stock industry here are almost / will be valuable to thorn in later: year 1' j
unlimited.; Observation Car. Via Why not
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Lt the fact that neither Jones nor' Flor- Presently he stood up, flashed his They find the bogus notes but never a far-country, he might tire, but-she nmes, and there' la,' 'tile money'In' FOR 100 WORDS ence had the least idea what had torch; found the library shelves and the men who } '
\ pass them. You see, it's kirew In her heart'that ahe never three neat packages '' .:
"r I 0, torjr"Tha will Million run for Dollar twenty-one Mystery"con- happened in-the summer house nor tiptoed toward them. He then "select new stuff. I know what all the old would. This was her one great pas. ,"Good .heavenaT"! rasped Jones ,

ocutlve week In this paper. By that anything had happened. Flor- or four volumes opened timers are at; but none of them has lion, and while hermode of living was "I shall have, to' request you anti
' an arrangement with the ence regretted, a hundred times -during them at random and laid 'neat packages had a hand in this lsau,. Some for- hot as honest as might be, her love tho family ,to accompany me to" the
Film company It bits been the evening that abe had not of money between the leave It eigners I take it .
made poailble not only to read gone under the leadership wall honest enough and unswerving, station. ,
the story In this paper but alio to out to the summer house. It might was not real mor.- y. but only a bank of a man I'd'ery much like to though It was not gilded by the pleas "But it is all utterly Impossible,,
tee It vach week at the QrayatoneCasino. really have been her father. Her regret clerk could havo told you that. This, know. Now what's your scheme T" ant fancies of youth. .11"11! know nothing of that money nor
For the aolutlon or thla / grew ao deep in her that lust done, he moved toward the window Jim outlined it briefly. how it there. It's I
_ myatery story 110.000 ...111''be "Of what are you thinking he got a plot. declare'on
.riven.CONDITIONS. before going to bed she confessed to again. "It all depends" said the chief, asked whert he concluded that the my oath, air, that I, am Innocent
GOVERNING:: THE Jones. "Stop! said Jones quietly. "upon the fact' that ,they will be im pause had been long enough. that Miss Florence and her companion ,
CONTEST.. "You received a lette...of that sort "Spider" Beggs gasped it was SD patient. If they haIhe ability to "You." know nothing about it."
The price of $10,000 will ba won and did not show it to me ?" said unexpected; but at the same time al- wait we lone. But we can afford to "You will have to tell all that to

by write the the man.most woman acceptable or child solution who- Jones, astonished. mostinstinctively hplunged headlong risk the chance. The man who wrote "H'm. Complimentary. the federal judge .fr. My duty Is to t

of the m>...I"ry. from which "You warned me never. to pay any through the .window, and the this letter is not a counterfeiter. "No; just ordinary everyday love." take you all to the station. It would be
the laHt two r...'l.. of motion picture attention to them." I bullet which followed snipped a lock i He's an old yeggman. We haven't "Ah, Olga, why the d.euce must you just as well not to say anything more
taut two drama chnptcrn will ho of made the nncl story the "No; I warned you never to act of his hair. lie threw himself off the heard anything of him lately. We go and fall in love with a bundle of sir." ::1

.written by Harold MacOrath. upon them without first consutinjr I I veranda and scurried across: the lawn, tried to coiner him on a postoffice i ashen like myself.? Ashes and bitter "Very well; but some one shall
Solutions may be lent to the me. And we-might( have a capture :..zig-zag fashion. But no more bullets job but he slipped by. lie may be a ashen, too. Sometimes I regret But smart for thia outrage."

Tanhouer at Chicago Film or corporation New York.either My child .always show me these I followed. I Ii Ftool. Anyhow, I'll draw him i in some the regrettingonly seems to. make "That remains to be seen," was the
up to midnight. Jan. anytime 14. I things.( I will advise you whether to i i Jones turned on the lights( and in- how." I n-c all the more-aavage. What opium terse comment of the secret service ;

They must bear pnstofTlce mark tear them up or noL" iv-estigated the room but he coul*.not i "There'll be some excitem'ent." and dope" are to other men, danger man. .

-allow not later four than weeks that after date.the This first "Jane, I -tt lieve you are going a !I find anylhinjr'disturbed, and naturally I WeTP| used to that; you too.: Alt nflO -it"i.'lftfltiaJ'e to m eo It -Is -not He-led his prisoners away directly.
ppearance of the last film re- little too far." said Florence haugh-I came to the conclusion that the in- we've got to do is to locate this man written. that I shall die in bed. I have Norton and his men had to wait

__e. and three weeks after theW3)ast tHv. "It might( have been from my tiuder had been interrupted I before he I Hoggs./ There are signs of spite in this told you that already. There is no far Into the night The Black Hundred

>ap.r chapter, In which Is published to submit In solu-this father." had l beguii( his", work. He turned off the letter Very well played if you want other tvoman--now. And I do love you did not Intend fro mak.any-'snIe.: *

.lons. I "NevTr in this wide world. Miss lights and sat up the major portionof my opinion. What's this. Black Hundred i after a (fashion as a man loves a tatke this time by a hasty'move. At

.':' A board of three judges will Florence.] Still I bed; your pardon for the night. Nothing more happened. ? !1't.tnl'aJ.e. Wait till this dancing: boutis i quarter after 10 they descended.
determine which of the many solutions I raiding my voice.Vhnt I do and have I Florence came down but be- sent her "I'm not at liberty to tell just yet. over and I may talk otherwise. And Braine was not with them. This was

:, received The judgment Is the of most this acceptable. board- I done i is only for your own sake. ThereI'I back to bed explaining( that some one It's a stiunge. : /game; half political now I niri going to a reception. I am due to the urgent request of Olga who

will be absolute nnd final. _NothIng two.things( I wish to impress upQii 1' had attempted to enter the house and half) blackmail. It's a pietty strong organization i going to shake hands and hobnob still had her doubta. The men rioted
of a literary nature will be your mind bef >.... I ftC This can be he had taken a shot at him. there's a fine chance of with the elite-beautiful word! And about the house! searching nook and
considered In the decision
given any preference In the selection nor- mude a comedy of a terrible tragedy.You "Spider" Beggs had a letter to landing them all." I while I how and smirk and track witticisms corners, examining floors and walls,

of the winner or the fio.onn have alieudy; ha l a taste of the wl' l... He was in high feath....,.. He had Here the chief's assistant came in. I I -, I and the devil will be chuckling opening books pulling out drawers.
prise. The last moat two reels, which so latter; and each time you escaped because tackled a difficult job and had come I "(;lot lieggs! on the wire.. Says h.111 i in our sleeves. But this I'll tell but they found nothing.; They tslkeii ..

Wolioete; mystery acceptable will be presented God; was good to us Hut Hois away without a scratch Hut he had conduct you to the home fif you'll you, \while there's a drop of blood Inlay freely, however and the dictograph '

In the theaters having this rarely kind to thoughtless people. the misf6T-tuT><> towrite his letter to 1'iomiKu him immunity for !< >Ile'oth-I vein?. a breath in my body I'll registered i ,every word. :The printing

feature produce as same.soon as The It Is story practical corri to- I They have to look out for themselves.I I the wcjet service officials in a hotel fi 'offenses." stick to this fight if only to prove. plant, which had so( long: defied di.cOver' ...

spondlnir to thes" motion plcluroswill I am acting under orders; always remember often frequented by Norton. And 1 KO 'T<-H) him he shall have immunity that I'm not a quitter." : was in the cellar of the house

appear In the newspapers coin- that." Jim, on finishing his own letter blotted on the word of the chief. But also lie c-tught; her suddenly in his arms occupied |hy the Black Hundred. Nor-
cidentally.of or as soon pictures after as the practical appearance -- I "Forgive me; I acted wrongly.!: But it and casually glanced at the bay that he must come to see me in kissed her. ran lightly to the door amiwas ton and his men determined to follow '

With tlhhee two reels will I'm no wearynnd tired! of this eternal blotter. A single word caught( his eye.Being pel son." gone before she could recover l and raid the building. And the
be shown the pictures of the winner suspicion of everybody and overvthing. alert] "All right sir." himself ;
I !: an newspaper man, alwayson from her astonishment. reporter promised a good ,
his her and other interesting
home. -
or features It Is understood ', Can't I go somewheie" some place the hunt for stories, he examined "I don't believ it would be wise The affairs went smoothly, withouta front page ctory without in any wayconflicting
that the newspapers, so far where I can have rest. the blotter with care. It was an easy for Bc-ggs( to see me here.' I gave hima hitch. Norton and his men gainedthe with his promises to

as two practical.chapters of In the printing story the by Harold last- I "If I thought for a single momentit I I matter for him to read writing backward food send-off-Sing( Singi-five house through the tunnel without Jones.

McGrath. will also show a picture was possible to take you thousandsof I having fooled away many an yeacrs ago. He may recollect," said attracting the least attention. The Event came to pass as they ex ,
of the successful contestant. miles from this .spot it would Ix hour in the composing/ looms The Norton. Black Hundred watching the front pected. The trailing was not the easiest "
Solutions be more to than the 100 mysterY words lonsr mu.tnot I done this very night.; But this is our i word which had awakened the repor- "Suit yourself about that. Only, and rear of the houe! never dreamed thing. Norton knew about where ;

Here are some questions to he fortress.' So far it has. been impreenalile /:-itoiial I sense in him was "counterfeit." Keep auto communication with me by I" that there existed another mode of the building was, but he could not go ,
kept In mind In connection with I The police are watching; ; He held th-e blotter toward the mirror telephone and I'll tip you off as to lentra,,, e or that there was a secret to it directly. He was quite confidentthat '
the mystery as an aid to a solution -
: I and that prevents n general: ] assault and read enough to satisfy himself when the raid shall take place. Lucky cabinet room. its entrance was identical with
N.. 1_What l.eeo_rn of the by the scoundrels. If we tried to leavewe that the Black Hundred hud become you came in. I should have honestly Half an hour later the head of the that which had the door through 4
Mlllloaalrvr No. 2-What hecomea of the : would l bc followed ; and they play active once more And this was one gone there and arrested innocent people secret rE'rvice. accompanied by his 1 I which he had flung that memorableday r that game exceedingly well. Now. of the best ideas they had yet con and they would have had a devilof m >n, together; with "Spider" Beggs when he had been shanghaied.When .
No. a-W'horn does FlorenceBarry I (rood-night We'll have you out or allI ] ceived.Hargreaves. a time explaining.( It would have who was in high feather over his suc- they reached the building he '

V its.- I this doubt and suspicion one of thesedavs had always been something tatken them at least a week to clear cess, arrived demanded admittance warned the men to hug the wall to
lasi No.eoaatcaaf 4-What. becoes of the There will not be any past: that ( of a mystery to his neighbors. the'nisei vs. That would" leave the house and went at the fount of the business the stairs. The trap yawned but no
dlrecfIv will lie lopped off as you'd lop a 'empty all that time. lit .
Nobody cornecttd either Where he had lived in other days was once."Your one was hurt. They scampered" the'
Dollar or Indirectly Mystery" with wll be"The consideredas Million limb from a tree." unknown; neither had any one the remotest -1 Norton did not reply but he put the name is Jones," began the stairs" like a lot of eager, boys; broke '

a contestant. "Please let it be quick. I want tosee idea from what source his blotter away carefully. There was no chief. the door In-to find the weird exec-
my father." riches had been obtained. And"nothingwas getting away from the fact, but the The butler nodded though his face utive chamber dark and empty and an

Jones' sparkled. "And known of Jones or the daughter.It ; god( of luck was with him. evinced no little bewilderment at the' acrid smoke in their nostrils. This latter
SYNOPSIS OP PREVIOUS CHAITEHS. eyes you "Do know what's hack of it of these -
was a very shrewd method of clearing ] you appearance grew stifling a* they blundered
have word that he Wants to see
-% Stabler lI.r.......... millionaire. after my fell?!" it wish, sir?" ,
luck Norton found the
one out of the house and you In the dark. By
But more I dare not tell !: every
nftlraealona from the den off the you. you. : I
a fmmm of brilliant escape tb...... known mm the "lo think he would object to leaving it to be examined at; leisure. "I can't tell you any more. than "I am from the secret service andI exit and called to the men to follow,
you "
Black Haaarrd. Urea the life off a ...-I Mr. Norton!" she asked tudyinjthe; And he had fallen upon this thing: have said Norton. have it from a pretty good source 'I I They saw Beggs at the top of the
elaaa for clahtrea reara. IfarareaveBO I he, Norton all because his tailor hadwrltt..n 1 "Then I pass. I know you well that there I. counterfeit money hid- 'stairway and called out to him to surrender

sight and there eater rossea a Ilroadway f.ce to faro reatanrant with- rug."In( *" him a sharp note about his enough. If you've made up your mind den in this house. More than that, I'',i ; lie held up tits hands and the
.... what capacity he countered not to talk a man couldn't get any- cam put hand on the place it,
ajaafts leader. Hratae.r bill and he had been provoked to reply -i my very I I stairs collapsed. Real fire burst- out-
After the aaeetlsis; durlac whleheither forcing, her hand. thing out of you with a canopener.And i is hidden/ his had
in kind! Counterfeit money. Th..rewaR and Norton and companion at t
saaa .apparently ree.slse. the i "A,,--as a husband! bravely.Jones that's trust "That is declared
why we you, my : impossible sir
I flurrv these battle with flame and'
his desperate
ther. Haricreave hurries to maiclaeeat quite a :!.: days over _
in his turn studied the patterns
Hlverdala home and lays plus I certain issues of sbgrious paper. It 'boy. Don't forget the telephone. Jones indignantly. I smoke to"gain the street. .
for saaklaa; b'. escape from the .....- in the rug.( "It is only natural t "I shan't. So long." "I'm an old hand, Mr. Jones. It I I but
that could The fire was out finally
was so good only experts put ,
.try. Ho writes a letter to. tho .1. | father to look high for hisdaughter's
for a ( That night Braine paid the will not do albit of good to put on I
aaoal !. Blew Jeraer where ,i.heea7..r. detect it, There were two plates one same there was' 'nothing In the ruins to
before bo had nsyaterloaaly left I I : husband. But after all, for ten and another for twenty. Fora Russian woman a brief visit."I that bold front." ,I prove that there had been a' eounterI -"
.. the doorstep his baby daoarhler, an honest man is worth as much an think that there's where we go Beggs smiled. How was ho to know i I
. while he pulled between duty felting den there. There t was, however -,
Fl... ... Gray. He also pays a visit I know of. And Norton is'' was I I '
.. the ....... of a daredevil aviator. anything ; and love. Well it would only add an- forward. The secret service will raid that this was a comedy set especiallyfor at least one consoling feature
Braise ..d saeaabera of hla haad aarroaad honest and loyal and brave. other interesting chapter to the the house tomorrow and then' for a his benefit. in the future the Black Hundred
t .. they Hanrreave'a eater the hoaao"._.'.t the alKht.wateheraoataldo "Thank you, Jones. I inted to marry eral story when he published it.gen-lie few days we'll roam about as we "I should like to see that money." I would have to hold their' star-chant-:
him when the time comes; so you mayas I'm hanged if I don'thave said Jones not quite so bravely.. '
aee .a 10.11... leave the roof. started out to Riverdale to acquaint bally please. i hen elsewhere. <
t The safe .. ffoaad .ma r- Jones with the discovery."Ilumphi" S was or, ,
_.. ........ to have I ;
Thea ually. said Jones; "not a bad walls down..,More'and more I'm convinced service man"Wbere's the library: "<-i/ > was a 'draw.' ,' ., >*",
drawn that day Koao. oa* ? '
.: i "There is an old adage; that the is inthat ."Beyond that door sir" 1 '. -
aaaooaerd the balloon had paaetitred I idea this. So that's what the sneak money (To Be ) ,
sad dropped to the bottom of But; she interrupted him "If you was doing -here last night.( I've been house." The chJef beckoning to his men, entered -

the sea. I have a new adage( Jones. I shouldn't 'wondering and wondering. Let's havea "Don't be too confident warned the library went directly to a Auburndale.-.Patterson Thomas
Florence arrltea from the ..Irl.' it. But I'm only just out I '
mind hearing certain shelf extracted three vol. will erect brick store .
times have been
.. ..001. Princess 0'", IBralne'a .0 look. Olga. many we
.. .. sail .rlalra to be relative. of school, where old adages!: are s..rvpli -
.0. *alta a hL" He went through the books and at tripped up when everything seemedin .
Two liosrua deteellvea rail but from soup to puddirg. Goocl-ni 'I- : '
the three volumes.These ] hands. The house should be -
their plot in foiled hy Norton. a aewapaprr And Jones went to the rear of the length came across our j:
ma.. held a thousand in excellentcounterfeit. guarded but not entered for a day or :
house chuckling.In .
By brlhlaa the captain of the OrleatNortoa the, it might well he observed two; at least not till after the raidis
lay a trap for Kralae and hissraac. "Mighty good work that. What are cold. I'm beginning( ; see traps !
I'rlnrrmi Ollta al o il lt> tar that the Hargroave
()Orient raptnla sad she easily talus remarkable There was you going to do?" asked thereporter.Jones everywhere." \ .
Into the reporter' ......... The plan a gardener a cook menage., and maid ; and the 14.1 rubbed his chin refl ctively. "Nonsense! Leave it to me. We J
llralneM aced
abortive thrfMiirb
luek proves, ..d only hlrrllna all Into the three of them reported 1 to Jones each "How long may a ,counterfeiter be ..shan't stick our heads inside the liar .I''

heads of the pnllre.After I, nfght before (romp to lied They w ".'lIn.. In .10.... ft... attempt.the nil three detectives fjom one of the from ten to twenty that it is absolutely] empty're "" \
lllark Hundred Imp Florence. 'i'heydcl. organizations in i America.l"inding j eaers" a gem.( I don't think Russia
Haiti. her(olllBK for but she tapra greatest( !: themselves unable to ]lure. "That will serv"<', My 1 boy, this time will bother us for awhile. Eh ? Paroff

Norton sad the rounle rail on Kltireaee I'loinee] away from the cnvirous of we'll go and take :Mr Black Hundred will not dare tell how he was flim-
the next d.,.. elate more ante nthome. the llai home the Black Hundred right in his cubby hole." flammed. The least he can do to save
The vlnltorM havlnir ....n... Jones greave "You know where it is ?" I .
ill his own skin i.s to that vie are
reoes C sectIon ul fluo.I..... and from set some new machinery mo say
a t.k...i 5 Itoalllark. ..u........ I.y lion. They proposed to rid the houseof "Every nook and corner of it. Nowyou fully capable of taking care of our I ; ,I
members of the Hundred herushes at to the chief of the selves." 1
every one in it by perfectly logical go!: once ,. ',"
i dropping to the the sister the snuecretlain device But the first stop in this ]local branch of the secret service and Olga!: laughed.; "To think of his writing -- t '

__ ronrelvri ...... of itlilnit I Ieavltr I new move .was. going to be extremely put the matter to him frankly. I, I a note like that Florence would -1-' 4\l -
.'s coaching panty t.. M bleb I>'l..r..n4r In delicate i" nil risky It was no small Florence] Susan and the rest of us huvr recognizedand no doubt dida "1\\ I it.
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Invited. .
along l : sad arc fortunately ..n bund t.. adventure to enter' the lIar reave 'must be arrested. The wretches must palpable] attempt to play an old . ,.
sore Florence from helaic Imi.rlHonrd home; and yet this must be done. So believe that th" house is empty. fame twice." I ,,
% La the. country b to ,, hub she IN filially "Spider" Beggs was selectedfor They'll rove about fruitlessly and "II ow does she act toward you' _% '. t ,

glared.Klorrnrr. ...... k ridIng: and the work. The man could practic- will return to their den to report the "('ordial as ever; and yet ." 1,
. lm captured 10> one <.f IIr..I...'. menThey ally walk over crockery without causing success of the coup. And the while "Yet what ? : :it
the r..d.ld.orto.: .. rescues b..r. I will he in schoolgirl 1 .t _____
alone sound he could climb a house; you and some detectives "I thought her an ordinary
a ; _ _
t pnrMurH. however and the -J !
..Ir make are their romiilrlr racape only ihv i I the window ]ledge; and he could, aiding( upstairs dictagraphs and all ( and yet every once in awhile she .--r 'f 11:
after Norton has e...'.... ...le a lire. 0. bold l his breath like those professional that. When the time comes you will makes what you .billiard players calla 'J
the fast approarhlasr machine .. ..abullet. a I tank swimmers. follow. This will not reach the heads, professional shot. What matter? :So'
4 I ......_..nt ...... ei.iInii .betweenFioreace i off fiasco Jones started the rounds ganization in such a way as to makeit my fare I ask nothing more. But do -Sometimes It ,Is-But Look
I tiara-reave and Norton. aadFreleada IBvllea putting out the lights./: lIe left the helpless for several ,I months to you want my opinion ? I feel at in : i

: them to both faint 'la o her the rrporlrr'n apartments arms ope in the hall till the last for it come. There is a tunnel l from the my bones that something will go Out
.. appears la the doorway Jut was his habit after having turend off stables to this house." wrong tomorrow." When The "Bump" Comes. I, }

:! .t the plaaaed moment bin ,rlaa.Arrampllees and. as a resnll that I light to stand by the door for What, a tunnel" "Good lord are you losing; your 11
gives ISorlon bark Marrrrd la kldpplaa watching. One never "Yes Mr. Hargreaves had it built nerve ?" cried Braine impatiently."The I'
, of Ilralne several! minutes
' .. Florence. while ahe la ahoppla ,could tell. .. several years ago. I don't know what secret service has the warning; A ..... may go oa quite a while speadiaf every dollar he earasas 2

her off lo sea. Norton rrrelvea he anticipatedan and soon or even before he iota it--aad have tiate it ,
nad hurry On the other hand "SpioW Beg sI his idea was; possibly they will find the green stuff a treat doing :
,f{ a wireless had later Informing into the him aeasiad ( never approached a house till an hour event like this. You and-your men Jones & Co. 'will mog: off to the police bat eveataauy "thens" will shew.. _, .
leaped .
.t that been the girl drowned.Kloreae i after the lights went out. Personswere will find entrance by this method. It station. And there'll be a week of .. '

i"., >e la pleked up la a dated rondlltloa likely to move about for someminutes can be done without exciting the suspicions red tape before they are turned loose The "raiD,. day" is bonad to come sooner ev later, whet- the j

.r. by a party.locale of her hermen.and Hralar.'rh., later; they might want something of the watchers." again. They'll dijInto; Hargreave'H; mis-speat dime sad dollars would came late mighty good ,Ia,.
.lsesIned_ Hundred nn her father. iinccredii laaklnar to eat a drink of water. So he "Looks as if my yarn wasn't going finances and all that. We'll have all \

,7- her baric ... see ,-lb! 101_. remained hidden< behind the summerhouse to be delayed so Ion Iafter all.Pones the security in the world to find out The time te throw of the speadfof habit is .,,- ,
KloreaerBelli lire. lo the l.".l and Isrr till long after midnight; Whenat you ought to have been in the If the money is in lhe) house or not.
which orton bus start by deperitiaf jut a little each week ia this 1 baak
' >caed by a ship on I last he felt assured that all in the secret service yourself." admiringly. Why worry ?" Ii

f) been Norton ahaaajhaled.and l"loueat'r. safely ..10..... Hargreave house were asleep, he ,I Jones smiled and shrugged. "I 1 am "It's only the way I feel. Ti
4 and with BO lonaer mar moved out cautiously. Both his future I perfectly satisfied with my lot-or something uncanny in the regularityof eat you will feel as the habit grows aad. year toQaramultiply. i
train for
r1 tnabetween..._... Ihe train them l I. take nreckrd the sad waltIna I and his pocketbook depended upon the would be if the Black Hundred" couldbe that girl's good luck." {<: \
'. member* off the lllark llnndredrarry success of this venture. 'It took him I -viped out of existence. "Ah, but we're not after her this I ."
1' the Injured Florence lo a deaerther. ten minutes to crawl from the summer 1II see the secret service people time; its the whole family."

t e" tied aloe wha railroad tries ao traeka.Klarrnee reaese. houseto the veranda, and to have detected -''I at once. I stand in well with them "The servants too ?" STATE

It a.... him and anally Jaaeaamea 'I this approach Jones had he 1 till," "Everybody in the house will be BANK OF I

-_ t. the rewae .* hath.The the. .... been' watching would have needed asearchlight. 'And good luck to you. We'll.d ander suspicion." .
Hundred remover
t. oI._ dranaed Black la the ....... By a elevr Beggs hugged the latticework good luck." "And you can trust Beggs?" -
FTJ raaa 1'1.*.. and ...... regain It. for another ten minutes and Norton was welcomed cordially by ""His life is In the hollow of my KISSIMMEE
0....'t. tn. falllac off .. e.. .._- then drew himself up and wriggledto I the chief. The secret service men hand. You can always trust a man ,
.!... t the parent _.. ** '. I .
windows. Here trusted him and told him lots of tales when hold the that's around
one of the was an you rope
... rrivca. aad -- I
WI'I IIN:; the....laaderahla. as aat..f the American branch operation that needed all his art and that never saw light 'on the printed his neck. Capital stock .-.---_------___ .____________StOO, &"

,.( th. Blaek ...._...... T...... tb. a kill: to lift this window without I page. The reporter went directly to Still the frown did not leave Olga's R..tmrces.yu' - .L - ,
.....Ivaaee .f the ......- the new But h" was, an old hand and the point of his story without elaboration brow. With all her soul she longed to : ---.--..... ...__:;..- :------.;.- 4oo,6oojw

: .... la thr.Bhlr h.nmUlae.. BralBehla window with ordinary locks were playj -! and the; cheif smiled am) ; be out of this tangle It h .d ,aU look ,
rostolt '
pemars.. ,.. ewe. .' I things under' hli deft touch. He 'raised I handed him the'tlriainalletter. II .ed IIO'.Utl1"at the .taJ't;- ,.. "her. JIM ywerev OfIcus'iiidDjrscteii. .. : -
l'' ' p.wrT.fC7PvrIEht the window, stepped over the sill into I II 'Norton, I've been aner'1blepnc: : !. weeks-later,'no further forwaMthan : ' *: 'r '

: 1'14: By Harold MacQratb) the library and crouched down. lie of counterfeiters for months and they I II at the beginning and added to C A. CARSON. rW.: J. M. LEE. Vka. Prest.. ,* .
I did 'not'close the window; .house I I eN clever beyond :words. I've never: thl, they had paid much in lives and t.KAi Vica'fte.u :
L' CHAPTER XIV. thieves never do. They leaver window b.en'abl. to get anywhere near their. mbney. Well: If she would be fool ;,? ; 2ad : "

ORTQN /MAKES A DISCOVERY. and) doora open. because: sooner ,or.pre.....;And for a- moment/ thought nough to lore this man she must abide' .-ROMAlmOM bJci -' iJI" .

'-i" the.most amusing phase of later they-hare got to male their'as-.'this note was from a squealer :Pv II with the,'consequences.; ; She wanted J _ .. - .. st' Ca .
erhaps y- \\a'dozen- men ,the country him .U. by' herself -..dnager.I -in + Vt' secret agent's lUacoinfltare.; cape that way. y" ,onring- ' ,\ ot4of: ; -r -,- rr"V v
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*-M MMMIMI IMMIMI I. I II I I S SI I I I I ii I I I I M I M i I 1V + REPUBLICANS ::1 Commissioners' at least twenty days rangement* tor the printing -of the' Kev Kelley;F.. Daniel R' moved moved from from county! ..

CO, before' the day of election and the ballots to be used in thegeneral election. -. Loll; A. A': moved/! from county.

peittion must be a* petitioning an Independent .' janlcordiC.l".. moved from co .

\ !: & Society NotesM i' GET.ON BALLOT candidate, and not a Re-. Mr.. J. C. Kirby, representative of Loltner Limbeck., l.i\Frank Bier. ,dead.moved from county.' .

publican candidate.. The petition must The Florida Metal Products Company, LewiS, W. M.. moved from, county .

be for each candidate individually and of Jacksonville, Fla., appeared before Lowell. I>. E.. dead.

(Mattie Belle Ilarrit, Editor.) (Continued from page one.) not for the'candidate. in a body. Tfiat the Board stating that he had;heard Lohr Moore.H.J. C.dead., mowed from county.

but can your political party in the .as he understood the law the Board that the county wanted to buy a car Moon 3 I I.. moved from county,
could not place the name. of said Re. load of culverts and that his company Master: K. K., dead.
northern states explain it ?
away J. 1C.. moved from .
Mattocks. '
Reqaett i is mad to all) patron of the Valley Gazette to tend Hem When Mr. Sears takes his seat in publican candidates on the ticket to could furnish the best material and :Majnin. U. II. moved from county.county* '.

the lower house of be voted for at the general election could give the best prices of .any company I Marl >onouKh, (" :M., moved from .
congress among:
of society event to thi Editor for publication in these column .
the minority as we believe, (Investi- underthe- petition filed; but' that h-, in the south, an their company county.Mud Ninouu" .\ J.. moved from

gations being the order of the day at would advise that if the Republican purchased the'sheet iron in train loads I conntMrKlnney.\

T till Ml. IIIIII I li 1111111111PYTHIAN t iisiIiIiIIiii SSIIIIIlIIIttEVERYBODY this time) will he hold an easy Beat ? : party wanted to get the names of and made the same into culverts in I : : I. S moved from county.
Mr'aII.! I I S K moved from county.inoy.d .
their the ticket this Mr.
candidates on at Jacksonville. The Board raquested
Is this worth considering ? .
I X'-ttl: H I' from county.
SISTERS. It is not the hope of success at the i election, that they draw a new petition Kirby to meet them on the next tegular -I NV- IHIIH, .1 .1..1Nh moved (rum county.

A called meeting of the Pythian GO TO polls but a principle that we contend for .each canJidate individually meeting day and go over the loins. tii-oi I. te, moved from county.

Sisters will be held at Fraternity Hall for. The Democratic platform what I and as an Independent candidate, with roads with Mr. R. L. .Farmer captain N*"INIIII.\0'''..II.>'1."'-.I I. nnHIvrrH. .J I, eil.1 from)II. moved county. from

next: Wednesday' afternoon at 8 remains of it, presents no plank on |. the names of twenty-five registered. cf convicts so that they would "('(' I "5)11 I,, S

..o'clock. CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY which we can stand. Its policies in 'voters and tile the same to-day. what was needed. 'vratr.'t. A. I' moved from county.
,s rati, . t I 1.1 H. moved<< from
TALENT"TEA. the main are inimical to the best in- < The Board then advised the representatives The Board then proceeded to revise t.sIIltI' \

Hy S. W. La whet. tere.-ts of the country at large, as',, of the said committee the remainder of the registrationlist (to., jail ,.. I. II", mti\ .-"l from county.

The Talent Tea of the Methodist The revival meeting has closed. It we believe and are proving HO, and ,,, that if they would draw new petitions and after finishing: this work, I I 'r.\.It. .1. II "iin\ III from" county.
'Church will be entertained this! after- '''as' advised Mr. business the- ""hIIlII'M' 'f '111..1 t frii county.
has done much good. The religiouslife must be apparent here in a lessened by Searsthat th..ywould there being no further I l'hlllll'M' iiii'; n. mo\ed I I from county.
'Uoon by Mrs. J. Wade Tucker at her migration, and a' curtailed use of I i place the names of their candi- Board adjourned to meet again on I'"rt.., I" I I' in io\i-il from county.
home on Emmett street. of a large number of the Chris- luxuries, to-wit out citrus fruits: dates on the ticket. The representatives October 24th, for the purpose of hearing I"u"i I. I Ic \V I II. moil' from county.
tian people have' been deeptened andquickened I I'r"ull. (' i'' Sr ili I nd
--+- 'Under such circumstances stated that they would do this. complaints and restoring all who
believingas ,
CHRISTIAN AID TO MEET.The they have resolved to live I : . Jul> too i il I f.rn, county.
i we do, we will not indorse or The Board instructed the Clerk to'' were illegally. or erroneously stricken Holl. I IX. It I.\ d 1 I II..",) rotinty.county .
Ladies Aid Society of the First more exemplary lives and to be more 1><,on..l K: .1. ad
appear to indorse its measures. hive the room formerly used by the from the registration: lift and to ,
active in Christian work. If A .1 .1.,1.. 'i
they SlmmlnH.
Christian church will meet at the If we cannot vote according to the abstract company as an abstract office transact such other business as might Steuiirt. .J 11. .1.,1 l ,
would loose what have ,
home of Mrs. T. M. Rivers on Mab- not they gainedit dictates of our judgment, and conscience cleaned up and put in good shapefor come before the bodv. Sa,,. I: H.! illnilSmith. _. J '" ,

I bette street Tuesday afternoon October will be necessary for them to begin we will not voteat all, which a private room for the commissioners JNO. L. OVERSTREET Clerk. t' I I-1 nroI'd .from _ _ ..j;
I at l SulllMin., \ fl. ,1 i trot.. coun'
Aft once. miSlii'lfr. 0\
20th 3:30
1914 at and office for- the BY JAMES M. JOHNSON I II. C.
I amounts to virtual disfranchisement | as an 'I moyiilBel. f,'..rn'rount.
I '
Some have started for first
the timein
members are requested to be present. which is disapproved by every American -' County Treasurer and as a room ,, ,:n.I".w H : ;iliatlSnilir. S ,A 'i,
'BIRTHDA\- the Christian race. It will 1 be necessary who holds the ballot dear. where .the Sunervisor of Registration r HI'; rnoyi-d from county. ,
PARTY. for then to identify them'selves Hrntth. I II I I' rno\ed 1 from county.
'''' Can you afforod to disfranchise a could keep the ballot boxes, books NOTICE Smith.V, I. moved from county.
with the church and should do
)ir. and Mrs. 3. J. Woodall will entertain j' representative body of electors of the and supplies under lock and key. Sound, 1'''. 8. .1. dead
,; this afternoon at their home so at once. Many who have been truly state and Notary Public; bond of James M )Stall. F \ moved from county. 1
saved have bark to the world county. ; Steen.' II M muyi-d from county.gaundra. .
on Royal avenue in honor of the gone Johnson with Pat Johnson and J. E l.lnt of iiam. K Mrlrktn fr4irn II,.- .
( Signed ) F. B. MUNSELL. John dead ,
birth'j because they failed to connect themselves urit.v r--Klntratlon I IMMIRH of < ron .
? day of their Ions. Uiel and ( Copy of letter from Secretary of Bass as sureties was examined and rciunty: :: : Florida. l>> tinounl, : > rommlx- Spawn A. V. movi-d from county. '$4 I..
large number! of thE .little; friends of with the church, attend upon itc State. ) I approved. Hloru'm( of Maid rountj at H regular ad I Sha, cr, Clnrk. mo\ i-cl from county. '('" .
the children have been invited and ordinances and help carry foward its of Registration and jouriK'd m.tig h.'lil! i In court 'houKc at Slnr> Andrew. movi-il from county. .) .
I .The Supervisor 'Safford, l.* H moyi-il from county.
"Tallahassee 22 1914. Kti'alrnm.on the
Aug. Mlh ilnv of ix-in-
) they will enjoy games. on the lawnSHAKESPEARE work.A "Messrs. & |, the Board then proceeded to revise h"T. ,. nt 1)114.) flir tillHUHIH K.I opp I, Turk. J K moved from county.Tiodail. .
-4-- I large number of children have King Anderson the registration books of the county. St. Cloud Kfa. '1'" Itch'II l' I1' rnovi-d from
I applied for membership in the church. county.
CLUB. "My Dear Sirs I striking therefrom the followingnames .ol >0. 1. Thomnson. F CJ dead!
How these children will succeed in living : '
: The members of the ShakespeareClub "I in for the causes set oppositeeach Andr'WH.Vm .7. rnov4J J fnmi < ount I'ndi-rhlll. ( A movi-d from county.
of certificate of '
am receipt
a Christian life and building a ( See notice elsewhere) \. Van I iMjeor. \\ L. movtd from county
were delightfully entertained by Christian character will largely depend nomination of candidate for the House name: .Aller-ton I W K. moved' from rotintvAultman Van Awnew. I I' A. mu\ ,i-d from coun-
I candidate -
Petition of A. M.
Mrs. G. F. Kribbs at her home on them and of Representative and county offi- Doughty H O. moved from routitxHBSS. I>
example set
Main afternoon. Delicious upon for Tax Collector of Osceola. <} W dfnd WIlHon.: i' It. moved from county.WoodHll. .
street Tuesday -
help given them by their parents. The cials with no letter accompanying I filed with the Board Hames. Henry moved fromunts J M moved from county.Wlllnon. .
refreshments of iced tea and county, was petitioning -
J :II. Sr dead
parents of these children the church same but in envelope bearing your H..II.: T J. 't. aiJian. .
cake were served. Those prseent were : 1 name on outside. Will state that this the said Board to place his ". O.] from <'OifntItRHH. "''''','r8. Hohi-rt. moved from county.Williams. .
4 Mr. F, C. Bryan Mrs.. N. C. Bryan. at large and the pastor. have a very office r name on the ballot of the general. QufiT, T does not certify the of
grave responsibility at this time con names K H. d -ndBelknap \Vethi-rlM-e. U B.. moved from county.
Mr*. W. L. Winn Mrs. Verner Ellis, cerning this large class of. children.On county candidates to the County Com- election. Petition signed by twenty- C r. miHd> 1 fromoun Wolfe C C. moved from county.Whlddi .
r Mrs. Boise and Miss Elizabeth Ault- minsioners to be printed on the official five registered voters of Osceola JlOl. A <' 11I0"'d frllll1.unl \ ) ,i. .1 II. m,,\,i'd from county.WllkuiK. .
I all
t next Sunday morning want I PlenlF n. dt'fid I < 11. rnoed from county.Wiav.r .
will meet with Mrs. Kribb county.
man. They the membership of the church especially ballot. Will state further that Unless PHMII, J. A. .1 :NV mo\i-il from county. _
Petition of F. F. H. candidate r. m<>\ < <,1 from tountv
) next: Tuesday. the parents of the children; who the "Bryan Primary Law" whichis I Pope I Ir> a n. H K. inov,>tl frryu "-oint, > ( Wontin,, I I' I I. tnoid from county.
--+- I for Representative of Osceola county llnrncn. r A \Wllholte. H. moved. from county.
mm'-d n'in\
before the is declared from < < ( i
.- CAMPING PARTY. have applied or or on next Sunday now courts was filed with the Board. J HH... Ar-nold 1. nrovfd from i-oimtx I win. >:onl. .1 W movi-d from county.PrerlBrt .
want to apply for membership in the unconstitutional that the only methodby 111''''''II. K J. fK-nd. | No. .
4 Miss Lorene Powers, Mrs. Bt'adieQulette. church to he' None of the which candidates who were not Petition of Wm. Bircher candidate I ('..hnon. I. Ii. di'ail 2. < :',
present. for :Member: of School Board for district 'li I rk l I'> <" lllnli I > W H. rnoyeil. from coulty.Hlrnlli .
inoviMl frf
? Mrs. Bass Miss. Helen Bans nominated in the election m i.MinliC'rawford. i I <
children will be received into the Thom. ;-> U S.moved from cou )'. !;
No.3. of Osceola dead I
Miss Ada Griffin of Georgia. Mrs. Joseph church but I want to talk to you would be by petition as prescribed by county was <'..In.I C Ii. iTinv.-d a from ioiirilri. I I \ I\t-\; .-et'.I" moved; from .'Ouflt y. \
filed) with the
Jvf Mass, Miss Unice Bass and about it and to have the children section 212, General Statutes. Board. | ." K.-r :M R. di-ad I I"Hln < i '. N-r TtTTrtt */
4 Messrs. RQy Bass Barney Bass and meet. me arrange in class that I may intelligently "I return herewith the said certificate -I Petition of M. H. Porter candidate < H K.' rnovcil, from ('"uni \ I p.I t Ntreet. \\ K deud
for Tax Collector of Osceola (InMnti. ( J. 01".1 I from roiiniK ," \
county, Predict N. S.
t Hampton Bass were members of a prepare them to unite with of nomination. I C..J),. !: T night at "Yours was filed with the Board. ClrmentB. C All. n. W. II. moved from iounty.HrlKht. .
party spending Tuesday the church. very truly, A imivi-d from c-nuntv I IJioronlnK.

Booth Port. They went down on horseback There are many who have not jnade H. CLAY CRAWFORD II Petition of J. H. De Graw candi- I.>'frn hlri..>(.i. J. mi.v.-.l i from .oimlv I U",... .Clint:M, L.rnnviil d'ad from oulity.ii. .
> Om-ar.
date for Treasurer of Osceola i m<>\ < and took provisions for picnic a definite decission to lead a religiouslife Secretary of State..Attoreny coj nty, j Iy. i'ampl'>"i W I. deadI '$$1,
'lunches. At night they built a campfire was filed with the Board. i><-rlihlr<>, r>r E movi-d from' 'aIB.. ij W. riioved from county. f
but who have been seriously impressed for the Board W. J. Sears Al of the above county 'Jjtrilr, > \I\ moiil from county
and sat around it until a late hour they .should and are thinking stated to the Board and the. above I } petitions 'were I KdmundRon. Quinn. moved from I'I j JoiIna',,,. I Y. moved from cvulity.l.ti .
and of the form
duly signed
same as .
telling jokes and singing popularongs. it want to I named of county I h.ii i.-o". 1-dmund. moved from,
about ; we you some. representatives the Repub- I
shown in the first above recited. Kill lOusily
.. A. J.. moved from
will preach on "The Ideal Church" and lican committee that the petition filed The Board then instructed the Clerk I Ellis. T. O. moved from counts couriu.* i \Vootn.. J Ii. moved from count y.
--+- invited the said } .." a, \\ T moved from ,'ounl '.
,- all are cordially come.OOOOO..OO..OOOOO. by Republican committee is to place the names of the candidatesin Franklin. C. K.. dead I ) (
not in moved from -
accordance, with the "Bryan county lirl.rl Ko. 4.Ita .
said petitions ballot of .
the the .
on FI"h. M. F
: moved from county'Oraham. I
Mrs. Earl Lupfer was hostess of Primary Law," which amends parts general election. R. k moved from county .... Barn' 3' moved from county.1'rllltifcsley .
: th. Mother Self Culture Club at its of section 212 of the General' Statutes Oraves.. J. R.. Sr.. dead. I (' J. moved from county.
CHURCH NEWS. + The Clerk and the Chairman of the Oranl M. S.. 'ram. A E.. dead. iColvln
first meeting of this season Friday afternoon. of the State of Florida mentioned moved from count \ .
kh + as Board of County Commissioners were Uoodwln. G. M.. moved. from H. 1).. dead.Colvln. .
Tb. following program was fr OOO""I".O"OO.Cbri.tlan in the letter from Secretary of Stateof authorized to make all ar Getchell. EdwIn. dead.tcti. I L W.. moved 'prom county.
j rendered: Paper by Mrs. M. Munrer the State of Florida. That under necessary John A.. moved from county. Collins. |I. (I., moved from county.

: ,, "The Value of Animal Stories, Church. the Bryn law the names of candidates Oetchell E. C.. dead. T>oop. C. 'A., moved from county.
Oeorge. Thomas, dead. I>ann, E. 1'.. moved from county.
.: .First-in Teaching facts Second in Subject at the Christian church appearing on the ballot of the general Apply Sloan's Freely For Lumbago Harrill.. H. C.. moved from county oollttle.. Robert moved from county.

L Broadening the Sympathy Third in Sunday morning will be 'Love Test. election most have been nominated Your attack of lumbago are not H rrel.. E. !>.. moved from county Bacon s. K.. moved from county.
) Lesson of Friendship." Paper by at the nearly so hopeless as they seem. You Hllllard. C. U, dead. Gore.ISV.. 8.: moved from county.:
"Deceiving primary election it
Sunday evening Spirits. as wag not .. a. W.. dead. Gore W. E.. moved from county.
.7 Burkhalter "How Encourage Mrs.j. In the latter' sermon Mr. Chi olm will a Democratic primary election but can .relieve them almost instantly bya Ha11. E. H., moved from county. Gadner. J. Pu moved from county.

,, Dei to-Animals." Reading, touch on .ome, modern fallacies. t open for all parties to participate, and simple application of Sloan's Liniment Henry P. L.. moved. from county. Graham H., moved from county. .
the back and loins. Hogan, E. D.. moved from county, Hall L. H., moved from county. -
"The the
Lv Overstreet Dos --, when the i name of candidates at the on Lumbagois Horan. C. B., maved from Hall. J. (fW., moved from county.
Belt Friend." Paper by Miss M. C. Service at the Methodist'Church. general election did not' appear on a form of rheumatism, and yields Hamilton A. O., moved from.county.county. Hlltl Michael dead. '

l7a'l."Talk'to! the Children on Natural -': The pastor. at the morning? hour will the ballot at the said primary electionit perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates He..lnjr. P red. moved from county. Hall. J. B.. moved from county '

tj,; History and how to Interest the preach on "The Ideal Church."' At nut..'h ,petitIoned to tie County. quickly all in through the sore, ten- Hall.Hall. Joseph,j. H.. moved.1.. moved from from county county. Jones Jacques, John 8. C.P.., dead.dead. .

''I Boys and ,Girls in thl."' A talk .by night "The Power of Unseen Force? --_ - -- der muscles, limbers up the back and Herntnder, A., moved from county Jones, '. George W., moved from

.1 ., Mrs. Chisolm, on the "Better Baby Everybody. cordially invited'to attend makes it feel fine. Get a bottle ofSloan' Houck, H. B.. moved from county. county.
.th. services. The is Liniment for 25 cents of Henry, Qrover. moved from -couny. Knapp. F. G., moved from county. .
pastor anxious -
.-,.Movement. any Hlxon. H. W.. moved from county. Kllpatrlrk S. D.. moved from couD7-
Delicious refreshments of iced tealand that all the membership be present druggist and have it in the house- JohiKon W. B.. moved from county. Lan I..", I. M., moved from county.

sandwiches were served. Misses at the morning service, especiallythe against colds, sore and swollen joints, Jernliran. I P.. moved. from county. amb. T. )I., moved from county.
Jam.*. A. H.. moved from I..amb. H. moved from county.
; ,, Laura Thomas and Mildred Winn assisted parents of the children who have rheumatism, neuralgia sciatica and Johnaon. W L., moved from county.county Love, R. F., moved from county.
Mrs. Lupfer in serving. applied for membership in the church. like ailments. Your money back if not Johnaon. S J.. moved from counv Loudon. C. W.. moved from county.

...- He wishes to talk to the parents about satisfied, but it does give almost instant Johnson Andrew dead. Murphy. TJ.. moved from county.
Kln W. W.. I
I; r. moved from county Mohr Phillip moved from county.
their children with the church. relief.
MRS. ZIMMERMAN'S STUDIO uniting Knight Will. moved from county Miller J W. moved from county.
TEA GREATLY ENJOYED. TRAD& ..R5 ......TS D I Mercer R. U. moved from courrty.
,. PRESBYTERIAN MEETING.The i -I II :Mlkesell. B P. mov,'<1 from county.
One of the most interesting social Moo,'.
Will. moved form
events of the week was Mrs. Zimmer- Presbytery of Florida will meetin Cone ..d select year Royal Tailor :May. :McHonald. dead county.
this place at the Presbyterianchurch Come and Seethe Ed :Has .., moved from county.Me'ietInnd. .
House Suit New
man's Thursday studio afternoon tea at the Chapter when friends met Tuesday evening, the 20th right now. WIly buy a readymade .Purlin.] II .S.H. M.iaciI moved from county

'Were given the enviable privilege of inst., at 7.30 o'clock at which hour sait when yon caa come here 'art In. .1 S. mover from ounty.

,; seeing an exhibition of her hand decorated the opening sermon will be preachedand and fet a made-to-neatnre suit that Pierce.Powell. K.1 (li H.. ili-ad dead

china done at the Four Winds the sacrament of the Lord's Supper will fit--for 1915 Buick. Now Here Plait. H A ileadI'renllH. "

'I Summer School of Syracuse, N. Y., celebrated. The body will remainIn identically tie tame price. : $ W l: rnuviil I frnm '.
r session for two or three days and Reeve. moved from county.
this Her work of the summer 1
year. Hlnkli- John' moved from
was only a part of the rare exhibit its J proceedings; will be open to the Doa't forget the fact Uoli.-n: TbomaH C moved county.from
however, as she has a very large collection -I public. During! this meeting and probably we are doing COUntS f I

of exquisite china which was I Wednesday evening the Rev. Dr.Wither..poon 75 per cent of all cleaning and v.'p , o, .-' .' RIIIIII".rhllr"HatilirRoti. N. o.H rno\ei o. Ttinved from county.from ".

I on display along with some truly beautiful will be installed as pastor I county S
in the
pressing There'
'i :
: work done by her pupils. Mrs. of the Kissimmee church. a _. Short.St'Ia) , J Itolii-it S movi-d mir\ ,from.1| ftum county.

-,v Bullock had a number of articles dis- BAPTIST CHURCH. reason. Si 1...", I. .1. ,no\ ..,1 from county county.shoit Jl- ',

played, as did Mre. Mos>.ley, Miss At the Baptist Church Sunday % .. . I<.,rn. nioyi-d from rounty. F "
ThoiiiilH, n" ar. mo\iil,I from
oseley and Miss Carson. morning Dr. Holt will preach an especial We make your clothing look fresh and rllp; TliomaH, 111".1 from county.boun- ,
Mrs. Zimmerman has had a class in
for children. Child '
sermon conversion
china painting in the city for I sometime will 'ne. treated. He specially new and save your tailor' bill*. We It VOBK. ViiuuRtWarren.. K JI| inuM-il denil frnm county. r.I'

and her work as artist and invites all the children of the Sunday clean: press and dye all kinds of Whlte.I :Ni ]IHOII. II. rn..vPll from county
teacher is well known. Her work is School to remain for this sermon.! $ ..SS. I will Clarence] A. moved from county
all in convention design but it is done garment for men, women and chil .. Wood, ii \\' nioveil from couny.arrfn.r. '
Several children are expected to unite S ,,- S _-______________________ S. \ C'harlen dead .. \\l'
by a master hand and is particularly with the church on this occasion. At dren. Let ui call for that soiled suit S ,S f"
delicate and artistic in coloring. =-. I I'rrelnrto.. 8.Kuhnnks. .
night the ordinance of is
baptism expected b
afternoon now.OLIVER'S. . "'. A. denilKuhanks '
In spite of the rain Thursday ;
j to be administered. The subject .
.Ze . '
: S 1 moved
kz II county.
; a large number of friends _
of the sermon at night will be Oirlenliy. J K moved from founty.Prrelnrt .
availed themselves. of the opportunity' "The Importance of the Least Com "SS' A I \ No. 6. .

i- to see Mrs. Zimmerman's work and I mandment." Everyone invited to at SUITATORIUMAt -. / I Brown. .1 :M. deadOlhtm.

enjoy the tea hour. Miss Ruth Butler tend. .. R It moved from county
presided at the tea table and assisted OralriKer. J 11. dead .
.i the hostess in entertaining. Mtss Kathryn E. Eldred of Hones- the .ign of I Hall. W. A.
: -+- dale Pa., is a guest. at the home of HaveYou Hull. J II. jnov.-d moved from from county.county
?; .' MRS. SEIVER HOSTESS. her sister Mrs. Unley. Miss Eldred Phone 61. 119 Broadway I .TernlKnn. j"n.imoved from county.

'The member. of the Ladies! Aid Society I expects to remain the winter. A Long Head S # :Mercer"'tI. H t.i ; 1.w moved moved from from county.county.

\ of the First Christian\ church --- - ----- -, - ; out i "n..1 A. moved from county.
with Mrs. Earl Lupfer, Mr P. J. C. Mc- t 2' . !I nod"...... w 111.. moVed from county.
Stokes .In ,
nH. di-ml
.i' Mrs. A. C. Mrs. Mills ;
Phatter Tyson
For Figures ? St'phiTip.Vrn mo\ed from county.

I"r and Miss Mills were delightfully en- JacksonvilleiWoman Restored : Pr.eln<-* \,,. T.rnoJd. .
tertalned at the home of Mrs.. H. C. \ .
; Solver, with a program which was want to keep down the run- Z. Ho\ir \I frI. moye.d from county.
well rendered and enjoyed by all. : }t-rnnrI 1. Paul moved from county.
I YOU expense qf jour car. <'l.-menis .1 v moved from '
After the program the idea of establishing i
nauR-htry, James,
moved from
: a Bible Class was discussed By Wonderful Stomach Remedy We can help yon. Dlckerman. Ed. moved from county.county

and with one accord the society, with Row IHrkerman.. E. moved from county
I DurrnnCB. F M. moved from ..
.t Bro. Chlsholm. voted that the subject .
; Buy your gasoline from us.We'll fltI)'. H O. moved from county.
t should be discussed with the pastors 5uv. J R.
dollar besWe moved from
.and. member of the other churches. I Mra. Mary Ford Finda Quick R..IidF Stomach Remedy from the very first save you many a nll1 c. W.. moved from county.

,. The class to be open for every one Biliousness and Digestive Ilia. do... fall comes. , .5 ;, Hlrks.Kllpatrlck.C. B IX. moved R.. moved from county.

,, who wishes a better knowledge of the Mayr' Wonderful Stomach Remedy We sell gasoline..oil 'and grease at Ix>we. John. moved from from county.county.

.- ,Bible .and Ita' work.. Mrs. Mary Ford 1516 W. Church clear the digestive tract of mucoid ..west figures obtainable aD"wbeN.OUf Llpplncottt, T. P.. moved from county .

: Tbo. -taking part in the program SU Jackaonville: Pla.. ., suffered from accretion and removes poisonous mat-I Rhlmea Pearce. W.W.S.w., moved. moved from from county.county.:

I .....NJ .A talk. on 1"eraonallnnuenee. biliousness and stomach trouble She ter. It bring quick relief to sufferers I Reynold.. D. W.. moved from county.
'ChIaMlm.. from ailments of the stomach, liver I Sparkman, L. C.. moved from county.
,'. P tried 'many treatment with ;'no sace and bowels. Smith. J. C.. moved from county.,
'Ccd 1 It Many declare it ha I
: Refuge.
: ;1' Iteadinc our sayed Bloan BetheL moved from '4f
.- i$. X..g FAr Lupfer ***. Then he to k Mayr" Wonderful them from dangerous operations Walker. Jeremiah dead. county.

... !i' ....1)..,. .Oh.lIf., Tt tic 1I1MI.. Stomach Remedy. '., theIr** many Byes..aN sure that it has saved :customers. save' money by buying their Worth.Whldden D.J.1.J., ,moved moved from.from 8Ount bounty.,.. .
k" ,
petty utt".n.. IL ..' ,711. first doa.convinced. Tate.,
4., "- She wrote) Kly moved from county.
. 1UD 'To.p. tlaridtMn. "I have taken the sample treatment W. want all people who have chronon gasoline from Us. We positively sell at cheapest Prociact N.. II.

": .,.,$ '- T.'h Vu DaHI'. -, ;. and must. say that it 'relieved me instantly. stomach trouble or constipation no Johnson.Lamons. X.W., movd J. moved'from cunty.from ovBty-, -. '.
L -
'f' '' I.mpt7. Headed, Tb4 .nnltAI ,_N. not than matter how bat ataDdba. to try one Gasoline is of best 'quality.OP Lamon.. J. M., moved from ty.Raulreson .,
I .I'. h '.,, -. , atiafactory;' .It cau",, 11M'.to dose of Mayr>. Wonderful ,Stomach figure. .: Lore, movd from _.aqo.,
: AtaL'-LrL': .kli. pa.uany Remedy..c)... deep wm eoDYlDce: .' '. Wolf, W. W.- moved from oOaDt,.. _
; amoant you.
a bile "
a4tn1idUf.lI 1 great of and This is the medicine / """ :. 'of' The Board Of'CouDt.'COlllI..loae _ _
\\.1 ,' about fifteen jaU atone' a, so. many; of our r will <
.t. : 1J.AND5MGIIT' meet on Saturday. October Seta. >A.
: ."jM..rory-.T.ot; : ''''Jo rM....,, "I':ineerely: appreeiat IV'; 1'1- peppU 'have been' taking" with uryrUtng : ,.C IN D., 111,. at 1 O A. hear ompUlBt
result" ,The most of person 'clalmln- their name* kav
-. ... ..;.: J. g...,..:sendme_ the ftfll_treatmemtJat *; ,.;" .u. a7st.m.. ..._"'.....-w.:..have-eTe thorough
. _'_' --"" '" ,..:,t.Jh. t.-- like taeuaaad. of taet I*'afl'parta e.yr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy MA OH e'RO.- $ or beo.trlokem." (ofthe eald esgictrar-

1 ."' ,., I(, ."q eM1In.- : . Ford found now.mold .Mr. by J.'z.. Behenom and \; ': 'bYan -rnca.u1i. :

,, .,. . ,., __tiM mnd... sWandeefil. "-,'"'... -. ........J,...., "". ......". : -i.ft-;' '.). ; :::" AL.-T._> vSW'S.....&. ,toe- ,,r&-: 'l.ft#' -. r; ra..i. 111. .' J." ...oJ ... ...... ., .. l

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....,.,FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1 .1914. : THE K1SS1HMEE VALLEY GAZETTE-: ,. ;. PACEr 1.7HE :

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mSlMldEE VALLEY CAZLi1TEelepbpne :'Ask. for Reed 'label'bread." I of the Nyal goods with an absolute THICK GLOSSY HAIR _

.- (- ) No:n.) I I.PubU.h C.' E. Hyde was in from Shingle 1 CANNING. ; CLUB GIRLS PALACE STOREABIG guarantee. with' absolute ,'.. ,FREE.-..FROM- DANDRUFF' '. ,

Creek the early part of th. week., Nyal goods .an guara'n4tee itt t '
d Every Friday By 1 .GlrlslTry. Hair gets soft fluffy
R. D. Waring made a business trip to STAR'FSEASONS'WORKThe and beaatlral-Ge '
w. ta. IlARR. 1>A full line of other reliable and 25 'teat
Barlow Monday., bottle of Pandering.
( 1 popular proprietary' medicines and ,
,' OOOOO'lC" I OOOO"O" Mrs. J. R. Gilbert returned Mon . SUCCESS preparations. .are carried also. 1 If 'ear* for-heavy" hair that
: day from Micanopy, ,where she .was work-of the Canning Club in Candy Department.. you glistens
'with beauty'and ia radiant ,
> called by the illness. and death of her this county has begun. Mis Harris r The candy department of the.Palace with
: Weather Report ai iter., State Agent, was In the city Wednesday -i Is one of Its most popular specialties.I life; has an incomparable softness and"is
UNDER"MANAGEMENT fluffy' and lustrous try Danderine.
to talk over plane* with Miss OF AM G. A fin. line,of candies ,
Attorney W. B. Crawford has returned Anne Carson, the County Agent. It':' RAGSDALE THIS POPULAR very at all ,times, choicest of are which carried Just one application doubles, the r

Following aN the daily ternperstures from business trip including is hoped that much may be accomplished -: DRUG STORE IS DOING A PHE are the Norris and the Park and 1"111I beauty of your hair, betides it immediately ,
and precipltatlon a. visits to Lake City, Live Oak, Jacksonville by the club members this year ;:, NOMINAL BUSINESS. ford brands; These candies are too I dissolves every particle of
1 and points in South Georgia. The canning; work proper will begin dandruff. You can'not have 'nice t
well and 'favorably known to need
reported by the Government Miss Ella D. Newson, of Quitman, with the making of orange marmalade''' Sam G. Ragsdalev who) owner andconducts comment as to their superior quality heavy, healthy hair if,, you, have'
station .t Kl.almmee for the Ga. has been 'her mother and jellies. The girls will use the culls the Palace but the fact that shipments dandruff. This destructive scurf robs F
visiting i I Drug Store, entered express ,
wouldotherwise the hair of It lustre its .
week ending Oet. 8, 1914. thus making a profit on what strength and ,
Mrs. M. F. Sears. on Main street, before I the drug business in Kissimmee of these goods are received regularly
Its life and if it
be dead loss. Miss Pow very 1I0t.overcome
going to Bassenger to teach for every week Is a point of interest
Max.Min.RainFriday I the winter.S. ell, of the Department at Washing- i] on December; 2, 1913 when he pur These weekly shipments always bring produces a feverishness and itching' of
-- -- u89 67 ton and Mia Harris have worked out i chased the stock and fixtures of the I, in stock direct from the factory therefore the scalp; the hair roots' famish
I J. Sligh, a prominent fruit man, several good recelpes for using oran- I loosen and die; then the hair falls out
Saturday __ __ _.89 67 Kissimme Drug Company' changedthe I the candy can be depended on
of Orlando, who operates a packing The canning of sweet potatoes I be fresh. fast. Surely get a 25-cent bottle of t
ges. to
Sunday __ __ __88 67 house in Kissimmee, was here Tues will also be taken up, It is possible to name to the Palace Drug Store, Knowlton's Danderine from any drugstore ,

Monday __ __ __88 65 <<} can sweet potatoes in season and have and continued the business at the old Palace Soda Fountain. and just try It. 2,

Wednesday u ._90 69 day.Use Reed' Home Bakery Bread- them for use tJle entire year. location on Broadway. The palace soda fountain' has as
will be many friends as any other department r
December the
In gardens .J
I Tuesday------90 67 f J.: E. Mattocks, wife and daughter, planted. Each girl iis to plant one- The KJssimmee' Drug Companystore of the store. The American people
Thursday __ __B1 72 of Mount Dora, motored over to this tenth of an acre. The bulk of this was one of the oldest in the city, demand their iced drinks or ice :

.....000..0..0.0.. city and spent a few hours with will be intomatoes and the rest will be but its stock had been allowed l to run cream as regularly as- their daily CARLOAD
down and in
many respects buildingup I
friends. Tuesday.Mr. in straw berries sweet peppers or meals and the drug store that caters
.. I I III I 11111111111111111111 Each girl Is to make her the-business on a. new and modern to thlaJ.rade.-iL4Ljpular store. The
- - - - - - - - -.- - - cow
and Mr- J. G. Williams, of peas. is basis has been a bigger propositionthan Palace fountain I. attractive appearance
Much training
' Pensacola, were in the city a .few daysthis own received this gardening.In practical i starting a new store would have complete in equipment, and OF FINE, sTR9NGHEALfHr'Horses
THE LOCAL FIELD. I week, having come to attend tne the the tomatoes will be' been. However the location' Was then supplied with the necessary Ingredients -
funeral of Mrs. T. A.. Bass, Jr., who I made spring Into pickles or and is now one pf the most desirablein for-,any delicacy one's fancy may
canned catsup
was sister of Mrs. Williams. the city. In addition the businesshad
a dictate. Not being prepared to manufacture -
'' some of the many things possible. and Mules
i 11111111111111111111111111 and many friends and Mr. Ragsdale, its own ice cream the Palace
Elmer R. Bass, John H. Baisden This is the most interesting part of
I' W. H. Brokaw, with Griffing Hardy Johns of Whittier, have been ,I the work to many girls. While not who nection was with well one known of through the other his drugstore's con- uses the famous Poinsetta cream, ,
made in in of the
spending several days in Kissimmee much canning was done in this county Tampa one
Brothers the tree people. 40tr i
4ir I friends
brought many new to sanitary plants known to the trade. S.
:if, this week. They report unusually heavy last year a phenominal success was
A. S. Drady is ill at his home on rains in that section.J. I achieved in some counties by the its support. Under. hill managementthe This cream is guaranteed by its manufacturers -
Summer stre t. club girls. In 1913 one girl made $108 store's policy has been to cater to and by the store as being
H. Walker and son, Hardy, mo- Other every want of the drug trade, keep a absolutely as are all other ingredients
her one-tenth acre. pure
Capt. E. G. Farris, of St. Cloud, tored up from Bassenger and spenta I clear made on from $80 to $100 on their clean attractive stock, employ effi- used in making the fountain
was in the city Monday.J. business in girls
day or so looking after cient and courteous salemen, make drink.:
1929 of to- -
B. Satterfield and family have Kissimmee this week. .I| plots.matoes.One Of girl course put up she did not raise satisfied! regular customers-all of The cigar department of the Palace ? tae ?' @

moved to West Palm Beach. Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. all these tomatoes on her tenth acre. which has contributed to the develop- Drug Store carries as complete a line ;
ment of a big:, popular, prosperous of cigars, cigarettes tobacco and
Reed's label is your guarantee that Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf : She saved much of her father's crop ,
which would otherwise have been suin- business. smoking articles as can be found any- oy
you get only quality bread. Mrs. Frank Denig, of Tampa, who 'I eid the rains. The growth of the business has where in the city. The well known Lu- l
Co!. F. A. Lincoln made a business has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. by truly been phenominal as is shown by cerene Circle and the New South both Will be received :.

trip to Orlando Tuesday.T. Denig at Mai-coos, returned home last : BOOKS. All the latest fiction, for the fact that this year's receipts will clear Havanna cigars are carried in
r Monday. She was accompanied this 1, rent at lOc for each book. Such as, be at least five times greater than stock. These. cigars are made in Or-
J. Godwin'of Whittier, has been far by Mrs. C. E. Denig. "Eyes of the World," Smoke Bellow. ," the receipts of the. last year under the lando, by the Curry and Smith Cigar OCTOBER 15th, I

attending county court this week. Jack Duncan, of Dover, is visiting etc. Cole & Unley, Jewelry and Opto- old management. Mr. Ragsdale Senator A. E. Donegan wag recently hfg' aunt, Mrs. J. H. Bryan, this week. metrists. 43-2t into the local field with a determination wide reputation for fine quality and : 't'

in Tampa on business. A. B. Jarrel traveling salesman, Capt. and Mrs. D. G. Francis left has to make built good one and of"in the one largeet year aroma. The department is featured as We invite all those interested Ian],,
leading of the store and
is spending a 'few days in the city weeks visit a one its sue i
W. R. Lee, of Davenport, Fla., was this week for a three to businesses in the state outside of
: drug ,
is attributed several
'"tr here on business this week. with his family. the Captain's old home in Hartford, Jacksonville and Tampa. of cess cigars and cigarette to the handled.brands securing a strong mule or horaa r

; Mrrs. J. P. Fox, of Tampa, has been Conn. The trip combines business and Prescription' Department.
6 or 6 doses 666 will break any case Toilet Artlcea.
of Fever or Chills. Price 25 cents. spending several days in Kissimmee pleasure. The Palace Drug Store emphasizesthe In toilet articles, the Palace carries to come and inspect them. ?
vsiting Mrs. H. C. Stanford and Mrs.S. County farm" Agent! B. E. Ev ins efficiency of its prescription de the best the market affords. Practic e yes
Mrs. Kulp'has returned from amonth's H. Bullock. Captain Fox came up spent' Monday and Tuesday getting partment. A registered pharmacistgives ally all of the well known importedand
visit to points in the. north.J. from Tampa and spent Sunday.Mr. prescription his careful
acquainted with the growers and every domestic brands of these goods MACH
T. TiMall, of Narcousee, spent and Mrs. T. R. Moseley returned irroi e owners of St. Cloud and Nar- attention and to insure absolute accuracy are included in the big stock-pow. '

'; Monday in the city, on business. home Friday from Scooba Miss.!, couf.ce. every prescription is double ders, toilet waters creams of all kinds,
l checked before leaving the store. The perfumes manicure necessities tooth
Mrs. W. F. Bass, of St. Cloud, was where they spent several months visiting Kodak films developed lOc per roll laboratory is of the most modern preparations, etc. Broadway Kuummee, Fla. +

J in the city shopping one day this relatives. or 4c per print each. Leabury's Photo type, the drugs are pure, the pre- Other departments soap of the store include h

week ,Have your picture made at Lea Tent corner. Broadway and Possiell scriptionist is an expert in his line, so I. a line of reliable rubber goods,

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller have bury's Photo Tent, cor Broadway and avenue. that the' Palace label on any prescription fine stationery, school supplies, etc.
Possiell avenue.J. returned this is of perfection. Mr. Keith's featured How To Ova Quiche To ChUarea.UtfraUjJaa .
gone to Lakeland to spend several Mr. A. A. Tano, who a guarantee stationery is specially
a weeks. R. Thornton, representing the S. week from a month's motor trip along H. T. O'Brien has charge of this department by the store. ai _sl,a.taaa... 't a
and he is capable to fill its 'QuiaN. ,
:. M. D. Anderson and C. E. Hyde, P. Richards Co., of Atlanta, was in the East Coast, reports that all the :r'-irk. sad doM awtaiaKtrk iCblMm .e :.
of Apopka, were in the city on !business the city this week.M. East Coast cities are preparing fora every demand. '"< Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bougee, who tau H_ x_>_U la Qalataa "Ir.
Ala* MMefcUlv Mpted wbo
this week. big tourist season. The Nyal Remedies.In have been spending the summer ..... * D. Wilson has moved his family A. S. Gilbert and proprietary medicines the Palace months in. Michigan, have returned ass....i...*_.._rlaarlaa-.... ...... Try'
'fi Larry L. Pope, of Loughman, spentWednesday from Campbell to the Farmer cottageon Mr. and Mrs. features the Nyal Remedies and preparations and are located oiLMabette street for It 1M....ttaaa you Md (Mala*ckae .,. .....'
Mrs. J- R. Gilbert .
Mr. and. .10 ..
family, paw Kome ordinal Vk:
circulating among his Xis- upper Miss Ella Mae Gilbert, Prator Gil- -'between two and the winter. as-.i ntaaiUMX..blow IB aotu., i$..*.>
simmee friends. in number. The entire line
J. C. Davis will leave Mondayfor hundred
I bert and Mr. C. L. Bandy and little]
: Mrs. William Mont eoca, of Nu- Sanford and other points on his son motored down to Hainea City Sun is handled by the Palace. and every I !
here regular optical circuit and expects to with C. A. Gilbert's article is guaranteed absolutely re-
cousee, was shopping one day day and spent the day
reliable. Each preparation or remedy
thir week. be absent until Christinas.
family. si made of the purest ingredients and '
,' t Judge S. D. Decker. .f St. Cloud, Sam'Alexander, a popular traveling F. S. Ledbetter, who recently sold the ingredients knqWn to every druggist MACE :.TIN"
has been in attendance on the county salesman from Atlanta, spent a' few his residence to R. G. Canova' has .who handles them; so that he is i _, ,
";it;:Y court,, this week days in Kissimmee this week callingon moved into the cottage at the comer ready at any time to acquaint any interested -
.local business men. of Stunner street and. Orlando ave- 'with the
? far .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. -, J party Indents
Llgbtseyhave I ane. ... I and is safe in
,t ( ; 'J. McCracken the well known always
1/J' moved into'the Guiee cottage,- 119 W, : 'lOe ,
Kodak, films perroU --
Brock street I horse man from St. Paul-Neb., is in developed +
the city, and expects the arrival of, or 4c per print each. Leabnry'a Photo ,
K or 8 doses 666 will break any case: a carload of hourses and mules to- Tent corner Broadway and Possielavvaua : Malaria or ChiUJ;&;Fever
elf Fever or Chills. Price. 25 cents. day. I N-.t' U.I.
P.ctI *jog prepared espedany
Riley Godwin and Commissioner Messrs. Munsell, Scribner and Coras 8M lease Otter ........ Won't Cars.Th : for MALARIA CHILLS V /L11ti
Ackies Bass, represented St. Cloud in Five oraix dasee wilt...... c.aad
Washburn, of St. Cloud appeared before ,wornCMC* no matter oTbow lone atandiBB, I aay
tills city Monday. the county commissioners on are cored by the wonderful, old tellable Or.Porter1 If taken thoa. .. a bait(he Fever will not '
. Antiseptic Heallat Oil. It relieve. j return It acts oa the liver better'theaCalomel ;
Miss Mary Dixion is at home afain! Wednesday nominees in the interest for of the offlI .Republican Pain and Heal at the aanu time. 25c:.50c.'1.(10 gad does not frlpo or sickea. 2$. Y b
after a six weeks visit with relativesin county --'----

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__. C. D. Carroll, of the McLean & Car- S. Gilbert and family, J. R. Gilbert -
roll Turpentine Co., was transacting 1 I I and family and C. L. Bandy and WEEK: :

",: business in the city I I'little son, Richard, motored to Haines I Stanford's I Stanford's n nI
I City last Sunday and spent the day October 19The '
r Mr. Julius Dunn and wife, of Ches- (I|I with the family of Geo. A. Gilbert.R. Commencing Monday,
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ter, Iowa, were registered at the Man- I
batten Hotel this week. H. Alderman, Joe Underhill and
Earopeaa war u Amenta's big cbaaeelAmericaa
I I I Alec Thompson, three of Bassenger's Women's New FallSHOES
A- C. Cross, of Chattanooga, Tenn., leading citizens, came up to the city i maaufactnrer .have rasped opportunity by tke'forelock

.car has several been visiting in Kissimmee for In Mr. Underhill's auto and spent a and are pnsaiaf Americaa-made toed, aot only) here bat ia aD parts
days. few days looking after business ma- of die world.
Kodak films lOc roll ters here this week. T,
.; ,.._. or 4c per print each. Leabury's per Photo County Commissioner Frank Wal- Therefore we are foiag to .hold a "..d. ia the U. S. A.," week.1, ,

i ', "Tent corner Broadway and P08siell'f' I ker, of Bassengcr, Oliver Bass, of I Our ('cr.I.t. 1.1. 01 We propose to show Americaa what their country produces

avenue. I I Whittier, Ackies Bass, of St. Cloud, way -maaufacture'd foods and we feel sort that this display will

:"<" R. C, Calhoun and S. B. WaRgoner; \ and Raymond Lanier, of Campbell, QUEEN QUALITY SHOES puncture, once for all,.tae'aacient American belief that "imported food
..: i. of Tampa, spent Wednesday in the I I I represented their respective district are the besL" Come and see.Monday. t
x. city. j I: at the special meeting: of the board 4.HB NO"" IIKRK.
I I last Wednesday.
11 Orlando visitors here this week Specials k
The I. lb beat '
Uuecn Qu.IIC
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{ "erl"A.: C. Hart J. C. Brafwell and I Rev J. P. Sibert of Miami, .presiding waa..hers .....*. It !. dedflvaT.ipd spec1a117 -.- --- I
.'! :rV H. W. Barnard. : elder of this district, has been for vt 0... who are particular

" Shafer of I visiting in the city this week. Thurs- boat drew Th..e HBO*. .. ...1-
,I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford peas*
. day night he preached at the Methodist .. Window No. 1 Window No.2 I
Illinois, are new residents in KissimImee. I church and after the preaching It7. Myle, ease .
"o r ron !.; all leather gad
- I service held the regular quarterly I !. all ..IE... la pn-.>.. oxford ..01 I la Regular lOc Regular 25c ,
W. f. Trippe, or Ft. Piercer; Fla" :,- conference. __ _
I tar ve rr .rt wad d ,' ......-......
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in thecity. t Amoskage Ginghams Madras15c W
Keep Your Stomach and Liver Healthy "rlo's: raa. from ,

Ralph Wright of St. Cloud, was I A vigerous stomach, perfect working $2.50 lo $4.50 6 ,
transacting business in Kissimmee one liver and regular acting bowels is I 2 c ,
day recently. (guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's)

Cypress field boxes for sale cheap. New Life Pills. They insure good ''digestion MADE IN u.s. A. MADE-IN U. S. A.

f Osceola Lumber & Furniture Co. 29-tf correct constipation and havean
excellent tonic effect on the whole
Fred Riband, of Greenville, S. C., system-purify your blood and rid you '
{. is in the city looking over things with of all body poisons through the bow- i Specials-Dry Goods Department

the view of locating here. els. Only 25c. at your druggist. Madras-
25c BMrt
s Mr. and Mrs. Adre Van der Meersch -- - Pertals---_ .. _____ '
--F- -- 15e --- --- ------- ____ __,. -_____1Z.V4
are at home again after an extended lOc: Anuwkaie____ ___. '-___ ___- __-u _-._Uu ____ uu ____ __6>>c
j e visit in New York and Canada. i I lOe Chambrey ____ ___un_ n _- ____ ___Un___ 7Vl '

The Osceola Hardware Co. has rented 15c Figured Taffeta Ribbon____ ____ ____ ______-_ ____ ____ __ o'
t the Pastime Theatre and will\ use r

it as a storage room for furniture.D. Removal Noticet :Our; Ribbon Department

G. Wagner has returned from .
Fort Meade, where he attended the I ia more complete than ever. We show a complete liae of Roman.Stripes )
Sunday School convention last week. Turkish. Moire, and Plain Silk and Taffeta L bbo.

Grver and children ..
:Mrs. Huppel -- r: Second Floor
and Mrs. John Quina, of Orlando, .
of Mrs. D. TIlE 131tt T0n mill in2 1'arlnl: .
were recent guests ; ; : : :
y Pay"this aepartpeat a visit and yea will be mere thaa surprised.) K ,
Kissimmee Park people in town Saturday at Its aaaaaal display of Beady,to wear.D ..

ily J.on Barber,were Fritz:\' A.Barber E. WhsV and ' is now. the new **.. faro* .. vtoH saw .*..* *mtmm .... Mar .,a... .. .fc..V. ..'A.Tllai '_.
--.*_ ia aili ftwanv Aaaialiaai araaaa mmi *mv tka> to >..e..aa*. t*>
C. B. Whaley. ............_ YM will_ gad aU a_>_ -.rII'iNi, .....,....... Daaa4' ;
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Word has been received here that Pilly ,Building -, : : ."BroadwayInspect .' ". .,. "- '
fLee Bumo, of Mansfield 0., is movinghis ;; "
famly bare aDd will make" this .JV4tcfflO: u r Windows" Each: DayBFT. .
C9D .&nd.,: Our New .
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,.Approaching Savage OF GRIEVING WOMEN OCTOBER MEETINGS For the Children |.*>> A married a new-lady brougham had Just and acquired a'- +*

State In Face Paint V lour Model That II Suit- .! new footman to match + '

I able For Street or Motoring.L.IINU New York.-Berlin is a city of sad Greetings have recently been Sent 1 I.;> "John," she said one day "we. "

New York.-The serious charge dened women, rich and poor, young to the great Convention in New Jersey w A Little Water Girl, *: will drive out to make a few *
that the New York {irl i is reverting and old, all know the great sorrow and New York, and the annual anniversary Posing at the Well. <; calls.. But I shan't get out of *

to barbariam witli her in-owing: fondness of war. Edith Donnerberg Dunaew, celebration of Maryland En .:. the carriage. You will, therefore, *
.. for painted fare, and a scantily who has just arrived from that striken deavors. From Mr. Nuessle, the long <:. take the cmd- that are on my .
draped and Kaudy costume, is heint: city said : "Before I escaped from time introduction superintendent in dressing tahle and leave one of" "jI.
heard. A traveler who has spent fifteen Berlin, I saw sights that will stay in New Jersey, came this message I I.:> them at each, house we stop at. +
years in the Philippinesays my heart forever. The city is full of "Greetings from the annual 28th i .!. ."Very good, mu'um," said John, +

ahe is. and surely the difference in women who force their lips{ to a patriotism State Convention in Jersey City. Although and he fetdied. the cards. Aftor I.;'
the style of fifteen years afo.| and\ their souls reject I have seen the sun ia hidden behind the .> the caidhad been left at < '
those of today must indeed\ strike him scores of girls who married their soldier clouds outside we are having the light .:> several houethe: lady said \
a*' wonderful, though he describes sweethearts ten minutes after the of anpther shining in our midst mak <. Now we inu-t call on some other f{
them as awful. I first call for war, and found their ing everything bright." In the three .> people"We < an't ma'am," was <

"The old time, American jjirl' i- ''r names in the list of killed within a conventions in Florida we are apt to .t- the ri-plj. "1\ ,' only the ace ofpades ,'',
passing," he nays. "And, ,if you uouldee ,I week thereafter. Something sadder have much sunshine but we need that I'> ( anil' :li,_ I en of, clubs left." ':
the type which the American trill still i i- when the soldier-sweetheart- other kind! of warmth and comfort -
of today is steadily uppioachintr, you \ I hu.nband comes hack from the battlefield jut like New Jersey comrades 'do. Your. Tall Cold ,',.Attention ,I
have but to obs-crvc. Ihe (' t tnl>c"woman maimed and crushed. Limbs ... 11'
.a1 1{ gone A nice program is made for Tav- I :No\: ii-c? to fu-- and try. to wear it ,
< of the Morn) pTovinrc With j eyes put out, reason shattered. Oh, I i ares where Central district convenes out. It will \\eai you out instead. :
[;* her and powder und fancy colors these are trie ten'IWe tests! I have
paint October H-18fi! with service. The week Take Dr. KlJlJ{'" :New\: Discovery, relief
F nhe attracts the wild men ulmul watched, hospital scenes, dramatic after comes the good time for southwestern follows quickly. It "checks yoAir
It her exactly as the modern Ne\v York dramatic enough, tragic enough, to I workers in St. Petersburg; cold and soothes) your cough aw.111J.ant .
InKv. girl strives to attract! the men to. her. j I build a. hundred play house upon. II and yet one week later, the trio of antiseptic anil! Ci
Ameri'euns who. have ln>. |, to have girls rush,, out bring back .
I seen
conventions closes in Sanford: One especially i d'n ) ,it. (;Jet a ;.0. ,dottle of Dr.King's .
the United State-"on leave of .uliMnceare a pric--t and go through her marriage i nice feature here is that th/ New Di-coveiy) and keep it inthe
triad to rctuin l 10 old! :.Vamln, ceremony, ,right there while the poor, convention cough and
> I sermon Sunday morning"Ihe I house "Our( family
f where the white women are. ahumedto shattered creature on the cot wept 1n Chamber
| | Congregational church is", to be cold dodo, writeLewis"
imitate the sav-acro-. half in protest at the sweetheart'sIaci l the back if
preached ,
"Is there nurli'a difference l.ctwecn i ifice., half in grateful jO)'. And aE.. I II.) Krownlee., This is getting not -itli-fi'd. lua it nenrlj always I IIwlp"
one dressed, in ( he height of modern I I she continued Mow lj\ "I have seen I right down to the heart of real I II
fashion and.\ the loilel nf the 1i\1I1t<. '" I ''the. other -id.: when the girl couldn't I 1 Kntieavoi' living.i .
They both torture tlii'ii, hair 1111" m 1"1'h." \ .., cruel fate; when her spirit i Our, workers are paying and
natural positions, clrKnnlm" '/: I til, i oil'fure I ( I lunipleil under the test; when she Treasurer
j Cavanagh rejoices.' Lute \
with featherand Oill/llllt'lit "f I turned" away from thu maimed form contributions to Endeavor causes have fOR FRESH FISH
bone. for. climatir midi
Allowing I i unulile to ('ndurel hat fate required been H-eadijuarters pledge, Kt. Cloud
f tions, the New York fashion (pia'. ap, of hei. War i" woman's supremeste | Presbyterians, five dollars" from I'o- I
her barliniic' -istei, Tin main I < '. I the
pears HH ( t MI every wa) pray women immu Cofigrecfatianalists, and a welcome OYSTERS AND SHRIMP
difference is f that one' wearMIIK' / of America may never lie called upon ten from Hradentown Presbyte- :

in her nose, while the other rincrs I In endure such anguish, as their sisters i inn young folks. First PresbyterianSociety
In her cars." I of 1 KuroM| are hearing today." CALL
toward the Secletriry's
I Tampa gaye I
I la"'t year, salary, and the Jun-
+ ioi- of :Magdalene reminded u- ,I Broadway Fish Market

+ ON WUAT " \\ EHE \ NEW PLAITED SKIRTS. hilt this United Brethren" society and Ifhoto b> American I'rcBn Association j
Ill''j''j' their' older relations in the YoungPeople's
+ IIOICTh..I'e :" : When the little girl shown in the Phone 50
+ society, same (church neverfail ,
picture went her vacation lat
.1 on
+ nld 1 hat .: year, .aftei year "The ChristianKndeasor :
I'n' IIIH' .. Comfortable and Graceful, It Is I she little, .
Ii.. .:. .., I ; World": made mention of summer was just a "VI'lfI" Ser\cd or Promptly Deln ercd Anywhere
+ that fO/'l''a.f f c hili ad" iiP
": No Wonder They Are Popular. ohl. Hh,' lives in New York
,.,. .. .:. ./ -ending the fund fifty dollars th.1..1 .
.+ the fat. of' v ""I. 1t..O..dll1 I oui ] "I l her visit. to it Connecticut, farm; in I the C'it) .
+ to the da)' ..f th',' "" ('1, on \\ 1>" h .;. VKI.DI'HH COAT I I \ I II.> CIa, k had a birthday I was the first, time in her life thathe
In Jacksonville and Davtona
+ It happen..1 10 IH' ""' con-
+ it .;. \entions, nnil l rallies of middle Florida saw the country. She was greatly interested '
Ne..d 10( "ad Ihllt. II- III IIn in Only One "n OMO QUININE"To
+ other ,'11"('. "SUI1III " t Iw I"t.;. (Of American 'lieatuj lililied wool .. ( Tampa, durinJlp..emhe./ .. ii-10, everything she -aw. l>ecause
I \cdoui, chickens and pigs and h III"- do KC* lli' Krnunif, call for full namr. I.AXA-
+ day of IIII ?" < "I- voluminous wrap. A our woikeis from most sections can 11VI. .HK. <. uriNl.NI' ......foraiKnatureof
.+ Born on II 1"'lIIIY. .: fkiiuk collar and self covered ,Imttons get to hear Karl Lehman His topics not glow in New York city, that i-, ). W ....HO1Curr: B Cold l.o One U.... Stopicuuiili
-I are ap|>lied to .it.Alany j look and he they are seldom ..,..n. Miss ErnestineLlfidiiner : aud .lirmlnchc, and work oft t cold. 25c, .'
+ ) of fa,','; t .... .. for addresses tempting, t
that is the little ,
: II I\' girl's! name
+ Born Tu ( jful '.!.I'I' >seluctini ,>e, c-oats \ also lead-, conferences' on Endeavor ..
"n II ( >dllv.. eaj couldn't quite get it through her mind :--x----: : :. ; .-;--:-:-:-:-: ;-:-
+ )l'ulloflra'e; .;' for collejfe wear, hut the cape c'oat "'. work in both conventions. It is hoped! I
that water out of well inbuckets.
+ Born or, 1 will not prove as practical and us comfortalile ; the City Union will be came a
"n a (, " I Tampa organized At her home it
+ lIferry an,1, Ilad; or, I IBor" as a mannish style of coat ; when he comes if not before, and always splashed :IStrangerT )
I out when the faucet .
was opeiwd.But
+ on a ThurHday. <- Imilt of warm, lough suifaced worst for South-Central .district such splendid I .
on th' farm it was .nitrdhf.
+ Sour and ; <. ed. / possibilities must Ixi realized in
ferent. When the wanted
+ Born on a (<'Iiday, <- An excellent coat is a model of ,.. soAie forward steps that will be of drink they went people to the well and afresh are you I looking; for a farm .
I..ovin and givinl{; or, frieze cut eactly like) a man's topcoat lasting .benefit.Several .
hoisted it from the hole.
Born 0" a Saturday, <- except that the lower edfre has a "t.I,: "' ", friends noticed the mimeograph up
Work for your livinJot; or, smart ripple fill I'e. I Deep cuffs jtnd GIVE; "SYRTP OF FIGS"TO !
,, Born on a Sunday, .;. enormous, patch pockets make this ". department and have sent names and CONSTIPATED) CHILD.)
.+ Never "hall want. or, coat small and knowing. addresses of meml>ers leaving for the
l'IOltIO' OIOIOIO' Another good looking campus coat, winter or longer. This is a splendid Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm or small '
Miamllty .elt contract to lay 18mU.a 1 is of black and yellow check woolen division of our work and would be of I tender little Stomach, liver .'- .... "'
fabric with a wide belt around back mutual service if more remember and bowels. J.. -
of sanitary 8 to 24 in..hin ?
sewers, i ..
I'diameter. and sides. Across the double breasted about it.Remember. I Look at the tongue, mother! If :
I front Is stitched a similar belt with Christian Citizenship coated, your little one's stomach, liver ..JJ
eteadinff tabs that button to the loose Day is next Sunday October 18th, and and bowels need cleansing at once

FUNNY NEW FAVORS. belt at back and sides. This coat has on the 25th We learn how good men When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't J If SO
raplait sleeves gathered into wide will prayerfully use the ballot. sleep, eat or act naturally, or is ..feverish : ,
: - cuffs and a flare collar that may be GRACE A. TOWNSEND. stomach sour, breath bad; has i
Tiny 'Nev'oltUs' That Win a |.aullh. .at turned up or down Interlachen, October 13th.' sore throat diarrhoea,. full of cold, '
4 'the Hallowttn Party give a teaspoonful of "California Ask
The novelties'' shown, here are'truly OOOOOOOO O OOOOOOOOOO. Syrup of Figs," and 'in a* few hours I

.Quaint and "lauKbable. Piggy at the <. : all the foul constipated waste, undigested Mrs. Summers
I top of the llluMtrntloii'' In n candy box. ACTIVITIES OF. WOMEN. <; <- UNION CENTER. <; food and sour bile gently moves I

The: |Illg Is The two toj-M 11I.1I.I... used as IlKllowIirlieH. .:......:----.o..o.. 0' tHO' H 00I. .. you have a well, playful child again. wc-t of Clyde Avenue. one .i)
( Clyde
Twenty womon in 100 havedark ,
every Ask druggist for a oO-cent bottle .
', P or they in.i.v' be tilled will .eyes. !\I... and Mrs.. W. (.. Mcl.ain arrived of your"California Syrup of Figs," I the 'Aid avenue west of courthouse .

\ candles. and iiHecl "IIH fnvor- I last Thursday from Ohio They expect which contains full directions for babies :f leadingouth ).

l' Many Ilallowecyi .nnveltleM me displayed In India< over, !/.'> per cent of the to make) this their future home: We children of all ages and forgrowups. : .. .
I in the storeCanlies. In varied women can not lead or write.Kiitflnml are certainly very glad! to welcome : < .. .
.. I .
/ size ,and enli,>rs li\. \\bleh I Ihe them and feel that we are fortunate
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maid ecrlni!; I"f" the in.ix'l'' niliror' In in having these splendid yodng people
b : a dark room Just an the clock strikes ]_' has I twenty "women i-heni locate in this community. MrIr! .OOOOO OO.OOOO OOOO.'OO'OOOO '
,istwho, own their own business.. Clain and Msr. C'. II. Funk ure sisters.Mis. "
may rntch a KliinpHo of her Mil ,'C'f'j, .. * : . 1IIIuni I and Miss Irene visited ) isnors[ KI-CI

Ibe United Statcs Steel Corporationhns I Mrs. .T. A. Hughey! Wednesday after .

over HOKM,( ) women .stockholdei s. !Inoon." Genuine Teneriffe Grown Bermuda Onion Seed. New
(;Jue.-ts c'lilei, tuined at the (i. B.I.awson crop

New York has 100 women physicians 81IMVT riATTGI SK I liT I home last. Wednesday night now ready for delivery. lb.
/WA- engaged in preventive work. were, :Mr., and Mrs.' LonJe"nt"'ker. Mr.
flpl1.* .. White Bermuda .
Nome of the latest tunic.- are open Jeff Hailier, Kfii Claude, Seth and $2.25

The Washington, I">. C', police clcpartment in front to show the long skirt beneath., Nellie Barber, Paron Story, Joe Harvey Red Bermuda 2.00

is advertising for two po They reach well below the knee. Kverett and F.velyn Smith, Ruth, Crystal Wax Bermuda 4.50 .
I I I'ce women. Broadtail cloths are used for entire Edna and Lena Harvey. All report a
- I!!. Indeed, it is said that fur fine time. i Postpaid )II
At the age of :!!.r>, 4(; per cent of the cloths generally will be very important I Mr. Frank Locke and family visited

waifc-earmng women quit industrial I IwOlk. this season. his sister, Mrs. Geo. Haye Sunday. : KILGORE SEED COMPANY "
Hip pockets are still a feature of Mr. Fred Harvey and Claud Barber I y'
I o a, some skirtsfOn: sports skirts there are visited at the J. K. Milliard home Sunday t PLANT CITY, FLORIDA. :

rr I Queen Amelia of Portugal has. voljiitiv'itd flat patch p rk..tH. On some of the i'
: visited . ... ... ;. : )oooooo.o.o..o.oooo.
1 1I as a nurse' in the English new plaited skitrs) small pockets are Mr. Will Wetherbee family \
army stitched over the plaits! and pockets home folks Sunday.
I II are occasionally applied on skirt with !\II'. and Mrs. Cross" and Mrs. Co-
I There. are over 1,500,000 more women smooth fitting )'okes. Then there are boon came out from town Saturday to C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN, Secretary. .

limn men in the Hritish. Isles. the looped pockets on some-of the new visit. a few days "with the Wetherbee

I- skirts, finishing along the top with a families.
Mrs. .1. C. Kims, of Chattanooga, little embroidery or braiding. Mr. and Mrs. Ref Floyd and Mrs. The Waters & Carson
I Tern., plans. to fly around the world The skirt illustrated here is of darkblue I Dora Floyd and little daughter, visited

I in lie i a.. ,oplane. or black sercje, closely plaited. Mr. Sam Barber and family Sunday
I A deep crush girdle of black satin maybe i
Women are" taking the places of worn with black serge or of blue The ball game Saturday afternoon
I n 1'n on th" Paris street cars since satin if the skirtis_ of blue serge.Til between St. Cloud and Union Center Grocery Company ,
the war began. I resulted in a victory for St. Cloud-
RICK-A-WEF.K EDITION OF score 10 to 2. The game was played
!Miss I.inna Hiesette, the first. woman THE NEW YORK W'OKI.I)). I on East Lake diamond and quite a
factory inspector in Kansas, is number attended The visiting team V/holeuIe and Retail Dealers InGROCERIES

urging that state to maintain an industrial (Pracli'allya Daily at' the Price of a made most of their scores in the first

school.! Weekly. No other Newspaper in theworld and seventh innings. The other seven
WServian both
gives, no much at so low aprict' innings were very interesting as
women are constantly drilling teams played good ball. Union Center f
.; I no as to be prepared when called team consisted of "pick-ups," so mo of .J.1::

I II I upon to take up the rifle and go to This is a time of great events, ard the boys having never played a game -

Ii i war. - -. you will want the news accurately of ball before. . + + + + + + . + + + + + + . + . . . +
and promptly. All the countries of + '.
wt. *! I Finland with its twenty-one women the world steadily draw closer together DYEING RUGS OR CAnl>ETS. + WE SELL: WE BUY + I
: .
in its parliament, has more females and the telegraph wires bring HAY, + .
WKJlft HOTBX.T1KB.bwirt's
;in the assembly than other Cheap faded rugs and carpets +
\, any the happenings of every one. No other + HIDES
should be dyed .
face, were uever in more de- country. a newspaper has a service equal to are not too badly worn + GRAIN + ;
maud tbau now. Thimble there are, that of The World and it relates all over. + + FURS ,
''too. from which tbo laiwlev may swal- All militant suffragettes serving everything fully and promptly. To do this successfully it is fintnece88.ry \ FERTILIZERS., + + ,"
terms in in England have been to scrub the rug then rinse +
'loW'.t1l. mcKlc' i>lncU of NIt after walk II prison The World long since established a well + + WOOL
it +
and ;<<
released on account of the war. it. Mix the dye keep
anil record for impartiality and anybody SHINGLES + .
backward to bed
,log opatalra go 0 thatJthe color '
stirred in the vessel, so
afford its'Thrioea week edition .
.are to dreaiu. of their future Ivrera.Jlace'inrds can +
I Mme formerly MabelDtinlop. be "
Brouitch will
which comes every other day in the ORANGE BOXES + .
are of, many kuiAs and of Clarksburg, W. Va.,":--and week; except Sunday. It will be of While the rug is still wet apply the + .

M[weird the wildest dream"feom* !! wife of the Servian foreign minister particular value to you now. The dye With a clean whitewash brush... It + ORANGE WRAPS >aM 'made of smoked -paper.'so tbit the {I|I in London, has Joined the Servian Red Thrice-a-Week World also abounds in colors evenly this way. If the rug' is! + ALL .

;cne. t 'Vbo ,plok I < them.ap will\ smug hili Cross I I other strong features serials stories, dyed on the floor place a great many VEGETABLE CRATES. + + COUNTRY + .

baud* before be'knows It ant add I eo.Nt. humor .cartoons;' in -fact newspapers under' it ,,to "absorb. the' + ,
I .. M. E. Henderson has a bungalow t marketai moisture.!! ; +
UM viiiiiseroent of the occasion. [ I to be found Ifta\ ? A ? CRATE NAILS, /
.\' J' t It t.witU Ui lrhead: so mad in the depths ,'ot Uhe Oregon first. class daily. J: It t ''woods which-she built herself and has World's regularsubscription to dry or else ,allowety" to'dry on . + . . .
t thd.. ralldl... may IKJ placed tnirtde and ,The Thrt a-Week . + + + +. > ...> + >>>>
; >>>>*>
I a proud record as cook, carpenter, is.''only 1.00 the floor. It will shrink slightly; ,
price per
:ni.ted ,In_ my.lerious.;effect"throoiliomnthM buQder and woodsman.LMnv .. ,, year, and this pays for ISA papers. ,i For. cotton rug which' turns dirty -

.':_'_ ey+- ""rt. .lire. .Ihe_._.most. vae4"" for' : Joseph"Uno'wJand..wilA..Ilf.: ]_'{ fr' lhi I! u.I4" ne1lrspa r..I white use-auch colors as darkjrreen,
.,. MtJ't; = - -' Congressman Knowland of California and the KIssTmme* Valley Gazette together | mahogany,;red"and'd lf t blue: Jake
...' .w la Mer mach Jack-o'-lsnteras" almost, is making stump speeches-in faror ofI ; for one'year for $2.00. rags mar b.'d,8i1 ni al similar m.n.aer"botth. -

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:'C'itrus' Florida Will IN FLORIDA TRUCK:' FIELDS.Forahom .
Crop'7n,' '. T 'NEGRO GUTS THROAT '

I I OsceolU County Trucking I *.-Bean are moving I
Make Oranges
,:5,250,000, lj1o OF SLEEPING WIFE from: this point about' ISO, hamper,

And 3 750,000: Boxes :GrapefruitFLORIDA t have been hipped and the quality: U
excellent There Is quite .a large act** )\
: .:uuo. o'ooooooooooooo90' 'ii"i(-generally" show a varied 'appearance.... a Jacksonville. window into, FU.the-Crawling roOm where through the age In this vicinity: ,.and' the..crop! i" remarkably l
{Some aret very heavily laden, so \woman was sleeping Taylor Prlnson, early..
0 CITRUS SHIPMENT mu'h'.o that the growers have spent :e negro, cut the throat of his wife In SebatlVnGuavat: now moving
,0 ----- 0 no little time and money In propping i horrible manner at about 10 o'clock, freely by express from this section and
'0 Cars moved last week82 *. up the heavy fruited limbs Other Saturday night, the gruesome deed grapefruit. has started In carlot:
j+ Cars moved week before last 64 groves in the near vicinity are sparse- being committed, at 1308 Florida ralatka.-A 'company ha* ,be n'or-
+ Total movement to last Satur- OA I ly laden, showing that the bloom was nVanue. ganized In 'Cia)"- countyto plant 12- i
; day _.164 1 affected in A of officers rushed to the ,
the early season! by the i posse 000 acres of camphor trees for. commercial
0 0 Scene in automobiles but the
J dry weather. negro purposes..
'0 Jacksonville, Fla.--Grape-fruit Growers generally express them had fled and was nowhere-- to be tateroMaehinery. ''
O is mooing freely and despite the > selves as having a normal crop. Many found in the vicinity of the house occupied house has arrived'tot and the will'newpacking be;
0 assertions fruit is laO *
that his wife. The
many rowers themselves having by woman was
; express as '
ter than last the total : 1 t rushed the Installed at once. The dry cleaning'process
to officers
year a 10 per cent less crop than last { county hospital by will be used .
0 movement has been very nearly 4 year. If there is a 10 per cent Increase L William Lancaster and Geroma entirely.lona.
0 as heavy as last season. The in the young groves,' which is McManis. It was reported from the .-Trucker* are busy setting
0 movement from September 15 < accepted as a conservativeestate hospital that the woma.'as expected out vegetable plants-. Rain has been

0 to and, including October 8, has < the yield will In' all probability __ t to die any minute, very heavy, interfering somewhat
4 been 146 cars of grape-fruit. equal last year's crop. However Up to ah early hour thin morning( with field work. t

there seems to be no need of l Brinson had not .been captured, although -
OOOGOOOOOOOOOO O 00 any fear of overproduction this a ason. a wide search was being made SOUR ACID STOMACHS .

Jacksonville.-The citrus crop for Much of the fruit is smaller than last for him at that' time. The .cause of GASES OR INDIGESTIONEach \ ;

the season 1914-15> is !estimated at 9- year. Sires run 54s and 64s with t his fiendish act is unknown. "Pape'a -ppela ." digests SOOO i y

000,000 boxes. This is the estimate plenty of 80s. With the smaller sizes, grains food, ending all stomach
based on receipts from growers, ship- however, comes the most essential t Ar : CITRUS CANKER ISV misery In fire minute
.\' -perg and bit. distributing firms at part of the fruit, that is its quality. NOW UNDER CONTROL '"'
v rJllu points In the state, -as for-' The! -quality luuuneverbecnJUjrpas.aed.. Time it! In five mindtes all stomach
The' grapefruit generally is ripening -- ----- distress will goo No {
\u ed to The Packer for publicatIon.T ,
total citrus fruit shipments last very slowly. It is even coloringmore Jaekoonville, -FJa.,."" ThetCitrus caife. heartburn, sourness. ..1' belching ofgas

season were 8,123,349 boxes or 21,500>> slowly; than it is ripening. When ker which made its appearance in acid, or eructations of undigeiteda

_1 carg. The total vegetable movement the fruit this eeason becomes well PLANT CITY FRUIT FLORIDA NOW RAPIDLY Dade county early this season, is be- food, no dizziness, bloating, foul' i
l out of the state was 22,500 cars, making colored there need be no fear of its lieved to be fully under control. 'The breath or headache.
44,000 cars of fruit and vegetables not being ripe. It is safe to say that Pape'* Diapepsln is noted for' Its
shipped during the season of never in the history of the East Coast SHIPPERS VERY BUSY fORGING TO FRONTIn canker first appeared in about 75 speed in regulating upset stomachs.. rr
191314. I has grapefruit been as good (Troves in the Redland district in the It I is the surest, quickest stomach rem-

The number of hoe of citrus! fruit condition and as carefully packed. -- vicinity of Homestead, Naranja and edy in the whole world andbesides it
which have been handled out of the Growers are realizing more than eV,?r Plant ('ity.Fall vegetable fhiprrfent.f making a tour of !FloiiiJu evi- Silver Palm and other points. is harmless. Put an end to' stomach
state by the different transportation before, the necessity of a good park. are hf> companies the past five seasons, was Large distributors, to meet the demands her than usual this vear Why this. be seen on every hand.improvements This infectious disease came orig Aftyrcent case of Pane's. @
have erected in rail and hard roads activities in inally from Japan and Its appearance from You rinse in i;
as follows: of the growers, is so connut \I.> stated with certainty I any drug .tore.
1909-10. _. .. . _. .0,130,798 packing houses, fully equipped with unless' it is that the past summer failed city building;, citrus fruit and vegetable is indicated by the presence of a small five minute how needless it is to suffer '(
1910-11. ._ .. 4,340,497: I, the most modern machinery.New by many inches to ranch the rec- culture as well as agricultural white blotch or pimple that bears a. from indigestion, dyspepsia or any 1
close resemblance canker
- to and if allowed
1911-12. __ -.4,708,350 packing houses have been ord precipitation of other so-culled pursuits. stomach disorder. It's the quickest '
1912-13_- . -8,125.465 built in almost every heavy fruit section rainy seasons *rr From one end of the state to the to develop rapidly destroys the surest and most harmless stomach t
1913-14. _ -- _u 8,123.349: : (I along the East Coast. In some At the local express office it i.s. I other there is an awakening Spirit as and infected branches.leaf and The spreads method to the fruit doctor In the world. i.
1914-15 (estimated) .. 9,000,000 cases these are owned by growers associations said that the shipment of vegetables to the improvement of the soil, better employedto
I it out is to burn all infected
i under various names, sometimes and grapefruit; have commenced In' cultivation! wider diversification of stamp
The citrus fruit crop this season! by companies who will under- r-arnest. For the last nine days crates I crops and the general advancement of \ trees. Fire is kindled at the root
-pi-obablv will be the largest ever I take the packing of fruit as a business and baskets hl.V'eUel"r. handled in farms. No one familiar with Floridaten of the tree and kept burning by meansof
'shipped and will be an increase over propmition.The Packer. greater, numbers than ever before: at yeaers ago can travel through it oil sprays until the tree is totally If YOU Are
last of about 1,000,000 boxes. consumed, and so thorough are the ex-
season !I this time And more would be moving now without being impressed! with the
The orange crop will be about the perts in their work that the burning I
now were It not for the low prices yet striking change that IH taking placein
same as last season but the !grapefruit ; prevailing in the northern markets.: the diversification, of farming; arid extends to the surrounding vegitation
( I t
is much larger and it is for a distance of several feet. In .i'
cron On (October 5, one hundred and the improvement of farm home
estimated that about 3,740,000 boxes Column ForwardI se\enty-three crates of vegetables left !Men everywhere throughout the none of the groves was attacked THINKING OF BUILDING A
will be shipped during the season Plant City for the north Of this num- I state are viewing with a broad vision i by the canker Pewit generally
compared to about 2,500,000 boxes I her, one hundred and fifty were cucumbers limitless! opportunities for develop distributed, only a being affected HOUSE OF ANY KIND, LETME
last season. A conservative estimate! I I REPORTS OF PROGRESS and the remainder made by the large distributors, is a I fore the disease baa a chance to
FROM THE ADVANCING.STATE On October 7, one hundred and sev- things; in accordance with the wealth
EO per cent increase of grapefruit I OF FLORIDA. I'nteen crates of cucumbers and okra and opportunities which the resources spread. It is now believed that the i

over last season. r we re" sent away, and on the same date of the state justify. disease is entirely wiped out. I AM PREPARED TO FUR- ,

There I is! no doubt that the citrus ; Eu! crop is one of the best, if not the will be added to Grandview Hotel.OjusCoopar bhipped. ..fAltoleth'r in the state doubt as to its future OOOOOOOOOOtOOOOOOOOOM. NISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES -
best, ever raised in Florida- Reports S the entire shipments of I or any wavering in thought as
from the growers in almost every section I' Brothers are having the last nine days from here have (lto the fact that it is the most inviting TILLERReal AT ROCK BOTTOM ty

are very flattering. Fine rains plans prepared for 40-room hotel reached the number of five hundred field for men of brains, energy and PRICES.W.H.ARNOLD.
In September have been of material building. and 'ijhty.nilw crates of vcgetahleSj; I capital in the world. Business men realize Estate Agency. ii
benefit and have put the trees in ex- and twenty-six boxes of grapefruit.Two : that there may be from time to -

cellent condition. The cool nights for Tavares.Tavares Hotel' Co., organized weeks. from date the regularfall I time temporary halts! in the march of ................................
the past two weeks have rapidly colored recently, remodeling business is expected to begin; witha progress, and they further realize that
the crop. The citrus fruit growers Abrams 'Opera proposes House building into rush the prosperity of this ;state has been Realty bought and sold. ,
throughout the state have given I and continuous for' the ten Houses rented
their thisyear. hotel for tourists at. cost of $25,000; great: past :j
attention to
special groves have building is 80x100 feet and has three LAKELAND'S CITY years. Taxes paid and Titles ver- Contractor and Builder S
Shipments! or grape-fruit stories. MANAGER:. RESIGNS. One of the most interesting featuresis ,
ified for nonresidents.Fire .
started to 'move and will be reasonably .
the number of men from other sec
heavy during October. St. Augustine.-St. Augustine Ira f Lakeland Fla.:::::Donald C. McLeod, tions of the country spying out land, Life and Accident In- KISSIMMEE. FLA.
The immature fruit law is being: who for some time has very ably investigating: its opportunities for investment surance.
rigidly enforced and practically all cold Co. will storage enlarge room its plant with extensively capacity of; filled the position of city manager: of and investing as well as in- Indemnity Bonds. 124 Sumner St. Phone 2ft.

shippers are haVtng'tests made before 190 tons of ice is being completed. this city, has tendered his resignation: vestigating. One can scarcely pick up
loading cars. There seems to be no to take effect Decemb 31. Mr. Mc- (III state paper without noting the arrivals 00000000000000"00000000 .
,desire on the part of the shippers te Workmen have begun Leod is a courteous gentleman, en- I here and there of capitalists or '
evade the laws. breaking Tampa.-ground for the new Car terprising and progressive to a high men representing capital, from other .
The Parson Brown orange will be which will be erected in degree, and has worked ',very hard to sections, and land buyersare coming
the first variety to move as it is the negie library things for the betterment -
,. Tampa at; the corner of Franklin accomplish many in from everywhere.'-Tampa Weekly SCHN RR'S.Inse'cticid' SPRAYKUl
earliest orange! : to ripen In Florida.It and advancement of Lake. Tribyne. .
Is estimated that there are. about street+and. Seventh avenue. land lie has, by his gentlemanly manJar .
..*very Wbltcfly, Larva. Real. Rast-Mlt., fled Bolder tkat are
173,000 boxes of this fruit this sea- Pensacola. Treasury. Dept. 'Oscar and 'good business qualificationsmade DOAN, PEOPLE WILL HELP hit. TUmor sooty mold and Insure healthy tr... and brlsrht frvlt.
son. The orange crop will run to good : some warm .friends-bere, who l\IOVEl\IENT Agent for. Bean and Niagara Power Bpray.ra and Hand Pumps. Also
sizes. The healthful condition of the Wenderoth, Supervising Archt., will regret that he and his excellent BUY-A-BALE ,. State .*nta tor Niagara' Brand. .. Soluble.Sulphur.,
trees has been made possible by plen- I Washington, D. C., let contract. at familiy are not to be permanent residents SCBNARR A (;OIlP.... : ORLANDO FLORIDA.
ty of rain distributed throughout: the about $27,000 to lighting ;" of Lakeland. In order to help conditions in the SchMrr iMMtleld Will K.t lajar alas W H.Sy ;
summer months.! Fruit already is well | finish interior, install system __ South, the makers of Donna Kidney F..EL'M M.
filled out and as the trees are not doors, marble wainscoting, side- W. Storrs Pills, located on the northern border
overloaded fruit will\ run medium tolarge. wolks and curbing, complete flooring;, is De Fuaiak establish fertilizer of the United States, have decided to
etc. reported take part in the Buy-a-bal movem '

The citrus fruit canker which made Board plant.. . . nt 'which is being carried out in
Pl'nsacola-State of Health, behalf of the cotton-raising industry.
lower East
Its Coast appearance this season was on much more serious of Jacksonville, let contract to C. II. Courtenuy.-Repairs and alterationsare Accordingly: they arc buying a bale of BEST LUMBER ON EARTH FOR ALL PURPOSES. '
than was o-eiierallv understood Turner Co., Pensacola, to'erect labora- being: made in preparation for the cotton from each of their wholesale
by- -growers in .;other sections of the tory. citrus fruit crop. The movement will "customers who do business below the t

state. It was onlv by prompt action : be heavy at this point. Mason and Dixon! line
the of Prof. E. W. Berger, Dade City.-Zephyr Hills townsship "
on part ------- -
state inspector, with the cnnnerationof ,, Pasco county, has voted $30,000: road --
the Florida Growers' and Shippers' I bonds. ". '
. 'Pine
e Yellow r
League'and fruit growers that th. i
larKn -r-$8,000( school bond /s are When ]
canker is now practically under con voted. Everybody Eats Florida Citrus Fruits ; :
trol.\ Many trees which worn effectedIn I ,
different groves we"f totally destroyed -I installing f the Demand will Exceed the SupplyCitrus 1
'o'oa.Town contemplates
by bun inc.!; bile; others w-retreated
to the r'"c' blasts, where they i ; water works, street improvements
..... showed any indication of the disease. : and installing fire protection equip- fruiu'are: becoming necessities instead of luxuries. The EVERYTHINGTO -

Prof. Berger believes by hard work : ment. i'IOrlan people of the United States are learning their many merits

that there will be no further spreading I and uses. Where formerly they were regarded solely as
Co. W. A. .
Eola Packing
of the disease. On August 11, he < ,
rv cancelled nil nursery permits south I I hide, Mgr., lately noted leasing breakfast fruits, now they are eaten at other meals and used '

of Little River. The quarantine was' building to be converted into packing' freely in cookery and confections. All this means a great BUILD YOUR HOUSEWE 8
week and have again plant let to equip plant with ma- ,
resumed raised last business and many ary now selling I,i chcmerv for daily capacity 1 to S cars deal for Floridawhich grows the finest citrus fruits of the i1Ir1 s

and shipping after thorough Inspec'l citrus fruit. . I' world. The production of her superior oranges and grape- i h

tion. However, before the fruit can hardly keep pace with the inevitable increasein y'
I Roberts. Roberts Creamery & Canning HAVE IT ell
been controlled, California issued a : demand due to the above
quarantine against Florida citrus fruit I Co., incptd, $10,000 capital, willerect i causes. tit
also citrus trees. The quarantinewas ] canning plant, etc. '
and established March 13, last. I . I Buckeye Nurseries Catalog- We are fully equipped and manufacture all trades of

SItuation Favorable. Fort Meade.-D. N. Carpenter will Ibuild i - lumber-rough and dressed-Ceiling, Flooring Siding, Doors, let
2 stories. A Citrus Handbook
situation the cigar factory; '
The grapefruit on
. Laths Window and
East Coast of Florida is favorable but Sash, Shingles Door Frames Moulding; :.
there is no abnormal crop, as has Miami.-City Vill improve city hall -r All the problems that arise in the culture of oranges of all kinds, Framing, dressed and rough. Cypress Lumber.' f
been sometimes estimated Groves, and jail; enlarge clerk's office, refurnish and grapefruit are fully covered in this book. It tell '
We also line of Lime
a complete Brick Cement Paints
carry ,
jail, provide separate ward for ,
how to select a location for the and describesthe
women, etc. grove Varnishes and Glass.. We able furnish
. are to te you erary-
I operations to bring trees into profit-
THERE ARE 50,016, Tampa.-R. Mugge is reported contemplating able bearing. necessary Everything is based on practical t thing for your house or your barn, from ground to-roof.

erection of hotel at 7th experience: -there are no theori in the advice

FARMS IN FLORIDA I Ave., and 15th and Marion and Jack- r,. given. No matter what citrus fruits you are

son Ste. e ? growing or intend to plant this book will be of Esniate

There are 50,016 farms in Florida. Monticello.-Board of Education let service to you. It has been written to help alike I Send for Free I + :

The approximate land area of this contract to erect school building; or- the man with the grove and the man who expect

state is 35,111,000 acres; 5,253,000 dinary construction; slate roof; vapor to have one. Every person interested in

acres are in farms and 1,805,000 acres heat. .. the citrus industry of Florida is welcome to a -
of the land in farms are improved.The this book printed at We will be glad to give you Prices and Estimate FREE. f
cppyof great expense.
average size of a Florida farmis Bermont.-Florida Cane Syrup & -= '
105 acres. Livestock Development Co., incptd.'to Write today for one-edition is limited. Contractors Estimates en house bills receive prompt atteotiea. I'I'oj.

The farms of this state representa plant sugar cane and mfre. caae ...r.
capital investment of $143,183,000.The syrup, sugar and byproducts; will BUCKEYE NURSERIES j'
farmers of this ;tate own $1- grow rice, deal in livestock, ets.; 1057 CITIZENS BANK BUILDING

446,000 worth of implements and other owns,000\ acres; to plant 1280 acre TAMPA FLORIDABuckeyeTreesB' Yellow Pine Lumber Co.
'I farm machinery.The in 'cane-and build null to mfre. table J4i
value of the domestic animals, syrup with annual capacity .500000
poultry and bees on the farms ef this gala; 640 acres for raising hogs and ..
state is 20591000. cattle; Dr. Gco. S. Stone Prest.; R. : Phone 195 Kittimmee FJa.v \ ':" .j'I
The average value of a Florida farm C. Blount, Treas.; H. B. B'azer. Secy.,' ..j-

;:\ is .$2,863.-From the last Federal I, aH of Punta Gordn, Fla.; W. E. bunt '-.'
\ Census Report. I woody, V. P, Arcadia, Fla. .
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7 e -- a stronger solution, not less than 5per very poisonous to man and dangerousto ALL FLORIDA SOIL NEEDS LIME. ,t }. .

Democratic TextBook CITRUS CANKER AND I (cent since the canker fungus is handle unless by an expert. Its use W. trod ..* 11_. very .._*..<.. reO. serf ;100 per red rttlrlrmrr ..* *f /
would require much time. every. ...... Oar MUM U set ......... ..* WILL, NOT RELEASE THE AMMONIAwkleh _. .
; very resistant, and certain factors are <. lee mevrtmla. tm mtmmt fertlllwra. W. _....tartar* !! far '
i Tells What likely to decrease the efficiency of Live steam. This is only effective -Afrtemltmrml. .....- ..17 mmmtltr, mmm __...._ 7.. ...l.f...110.. A.k.a far a f.-.. .\'t i
c PICKING IMPLEMENTSThe I weaker solutions. where a pressure of fifteen pounds to mmmtmlm. f>9 It ''''7.I d
Has Done the square inch can be maintained. BLOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
Party A long, narrow wooden tank can be I -t.!
is impracticable. .
University of Florida agricultural ; provided, capable of holding two or Its use DEPT ""C" OCA.UA, FLORIDA.. .'.# .e
a This is more expensive I
itt Nothing just like the Democrat'(' J experiment station has just issued three thousand gallons of the solu Kan.
and 10H'strelgth .
than sulphate -
tion. The boxes passed in at [ copper
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Text Book for 1914 now being distributed an interesting bulletin by II. E. after beinr
end of this tank submerged, and by vaporation I I
has ever been issued before Stevens on "Citrus Canker and Picking
passed out at the other end after remaining mixed.
It is a chronicle! of brilliant achieve Implements. It is reproduced
at least three minutes in the Corrosive sublimate solution. A
Blent It recites the fact that nol herewith in full:
administration of ; solution. Boxes thus treated will dry good fungicide, but poisonous and re-
y the George) I Eternizing Field Boxes.Citrus
yr Washington ha* II single ('onj'rp88ena'ted Canker has b.en found on rapidly, and will then be ready for quires careful handling. It is very corrosive T
I The boxes should not be and costly than .1 G. W06NER INSUB "flGEHCL.N
no much legislation of bit(' bearing citrus trees in some of the use. exposed to metals more N $Ncr .
(a moment to all\ the people. I I infected districts. In these cases, it in oughly dried. Some objection has been copper sulphate solution. .
to the rain until after they have thor- I
>u in The the volume form of open twenty-two with a challenge question*, I I or necessary boxes>*ised to sterilize in picking the the field fruit crates to raised to the use of copper sulphateon j FASHIONABLE COLORS. Successor te Arthur E. Doneo Agency
account of the corrosive effect it,, 'j
iaddreaaed to the Republican party prevent the disease from spreading in materialare Room No. 9 Second floor Citizen Bank Building. Pbeoe 246
deposit colors
has iron and A
on hoops. Brilliant tango
I' copper
asking which of the great measure! !from infected to healthy trees or
passed by the Sixty-third congress, I groves; especially where the same I will form on the hoops and nails, not now in good style. The soft 1 I
in weakening
which will result
and invariably supported by Republican I field boxes are used in a number of of the solution a gradnal but the direct- almost dull shades are to be featuredfor General Insurance Business, repressed" It; strongest and most i iI
member, would be repealed i ii; Different! Other implementsused ; and the
(, groves. street and evening wear I
injury to the metal will be "so slight Reliable companies.
the should be in connection with picking should
Republican party re
I that it need not be taken into consid beauty of the costumes is to be cen-
The final is be sterilized before transferringto j
turned to question ;: also
power. I
will the Business of the Arthur E. Donrfan Agency
eration.To We continue
t "Do you endorse the action of those other groves: if such implementshave tered in the rich trimming with which
l Republican leaders who excoriated the I been used in infected groves or make a 5 per cent solution of they are adorned. I without change-Tour patronage is respectfully solicited.
( President for not seizing! Mexico City tin groves suspected of infection or exposed copper sulphate will require 5 pounds i a
M' y.*.t the point of the bayonet, when the)' to it. The virulence of citrus of copper sulphate crystals ( (bluestone 10 CENT "CASCARETS"IF r I
c knew that by so doing he would have I, ranker,and the ease and rapidity with ) and 95 pounds of water. Since BILIOUS OR COSTIVE M MYVoinaii
produced in the Western! Hemisphere 1 I which it may spread under favorable water weighs about eight pounds to ;t ti
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what there is in the Eastern Hemisphere conditions makes it necessary to take the gallon the required number of gal -- -
f -Hell on 'Earth?" The Demo- the utmost precautions to prevent it 1 lons can easily be computed. (One For Sick Headache Sour Stomach,.
f eratic triumph in this particular instance from reachin new localities.By pound of copper sulphate to two anda Sluggish Liver and Bowels-They .
is hearalded in the ('aptionprinted sterilizing the field boxes, the half gallons of water is a close ap- work while you sleep. '
W on the front cover: War in the spores or other parts of the fungus proximation.) Furred Tongue Bad Taste Indigestion s Bargain Club5Bya 1
f{ .east! Peac in the west! Thank God that spread the disease are killed, and Comparison with other Methods. Sallow Skin and Miserable Headache i
t' for. Wilson! all danger of infection by this means I During the Citrus Seminar, in Sep- come from a torpid liver and
The Record. Is eliminated. Spores of other fungi, tember, 1914, the following methodsof clogged bowel, which cause your .
..f The opening chapter of the book such as the rot-inducing fungi and the 1 sterilizing field boxes were: con- stomach Ie become filled and with ferment undi- fortunate with the publisher of one of thefnoat A
gested food which sour arrangement
WoodrowWillon witherup funfus, will also be killed; sidered, and their vantatges and disadvantages very '
; proper Sand thef&utWthird CongresiBav and the decay of fruit and spread of I compared with those of| life garbage in a will barrel. ThdCithe popular magazines for women and the home we'are enabled I
lessened. It is first step to untold .mi.err-indl-: MAGAZINE twelve month (and one free j .
Achieved" in which are recited other disease will be the copper sulphate dip. to offer you McCALL'S ; I
fifty-two fulfillment of pledge to the probable that this gain, aside from the I Iprevention' I Fumes of burnt sulphur. A poor akin gestion'mental foul gases fears everything bad breath,that yellow II McCALL dress pattern), with our own paper, unexcelled a* a home I, a
record not only unsurpassed of citrus canker, will more ] reduced club that will '
people fungicide which require an airtightroom horrible and nauseating.' A Caacaret paper for all the family-r a special price save
rl but unapproached by any other political - than offset the cost of sterilising the and several .hours exposure. It tonight will give your constipated you money and afford you a wealth of wholesome entertainment f I I
of the
the United field
party In history would probably not be effective in bowels a thorough cleansing' and valuable information and interesting up-to-the-minute news. \l7
States. Method of Sterilizing. of the canker fungus. morning. They
killing out by
spores straighten you : I
,Following this chapter I Is one telling ,,' Several methods may be employedfor 10-cent box ; THE VALLEY GAZETTE 11
acid An effective work. while sleep -a
wonderful of "Watch field boxes but those Hydrocyanic gas. you : Published Friday for one year 5 0 :)
of the story "sterilizing fungicide if used sufficiently strong. from your druggist will keep you feeling every: 4
ful Watching\ It was prepared under which use .a gas are slow and expe It requires an air-tight room, and is good for months. X McCALL'S 1\IAGAZINE.I X I J
S the supervision of the State Depart sive. A dip of copper sulphate solution I I Monthly for one year including FOR BOTH

1' ment and relates authoritatively the I seems to be the most economical ------_ :- -- -- ---- -- -- - FREE rattern AL
Q admirable manner in which President and practicable sterilizer for the SuhMrl Wrlaerulld.Jdrva"',low. ,
11111 III lit '"
Mexican situation. is the quickets 11111111 n 11 n 11 i 1111111111111111111I I
handled the and probably
Wilson I :
vt > growers AfcCW/. Magazine im loved by more than Not Miss This ;
,The text book contains a number of and cheapest. A one per cent solutionof Do Money-
excerpts from editorials warmly endorsing Topper sulphate kills the spores of I WHICH ONE WILL YOU BUY ? 1,200,000 American Women Saving Opportunity -
r. ,1 t, the result attained, when appeared most species of fungi (so far as test- .
in Republican and Independent ,e.d.) In practice it will be safer to use I because McCALL'S i i. their home helper, j f;:

newspapers, particularity in the I I bringing every month 84 to 136 big pages (all M'CAI.IS: MAGAZINE
Plttsburg Gakette-Times owned and I A persual of the table of contents III consisting of attractively illustrated and printed on fine A
of excellent land with -a bearing grove,
edited by United States Senator having the II Sixty acres ,
show that not a subject quality ) brimful of valuable informationon
George T. Oliver, and from the Ohio I slightest political interest 'has been oranges. grapefruit and tangerines, about nine acres; also two acres of paper
4 Star Journal. The historical value overlooked jn the preparation of this young grapefruit grove, not yet bearing, but thrifty trees, which will clothes, house-keeping pure food recipes* I
c 'of this is inestimable. i book of cooking entertaining, health, baby, beauty
chapter and compact little land to farm thatis
I important be also about ten acres more
Of course, the Federal Reserve Acts I 352 The work of compilationwas soon paying a revenue; etiquette, plain and fancy needle work embroidery .
l ] the Underwood-immons Tariff pages. cleared adjoining the grove and several acres rich muck soil very .
and under the supervision' of a committee home dresi-mnlcing home millineryand .
i I Act are dwelt upon at length. The composed of Robert W. Wool-! productive for trucking and farming. This property adjoins a large and Home decoration f
chapter devoted to these measures ley, chairman and editor; Senator Benjamin beautiful lake a very pretty place to build a home, all fenced but no ; on btMoithlu. /
4' are rich in information and are written F. Shively, of Indiana ; Representatives buildings. This tract of land is one of the very best in Florida and because McCALL'S ii their fashion authority

:i' t the fact in a making remarkably partisanship unbiased unnecessary. vein- and E. E. E.Reed T., Taylor of New of Hampshire Colorado worthy of close investigation and can be had for 8000. Terms if and guide in correct dress(for themselves and rr'll'

; . and former governor. of the Canal desired. This place is a little over a mile from school, and two and a children showing over 50 new d..iIfl\80f latest

1r f Under the caption, 'The President. |I Zone, Richard F. Met<'ale. Most of J half miles from 'railway station.Suburban. style monthly and telling what to wear and 'JI
Prevents the Greatest of Strikes" is 'th6 were written by such how make least I
chapters I and to it at e"pen.ebecau.e ; I r
told for the first time and in detail well known Washington correspondents -II
,I the story of how a tie-up of all the as D. Hasings :MacAdem, Otto I Property I McCALL'S is more than a magazine, .5i to Mfl jxigtnVmreiiVnf 41Mtntlonnwmfxrand
; Western railroads which would have
t lasted many weeks if not months, wasforelltalled Praeger and Maurice Splain. I Fifty acres good l land, about half citrus fruit land and balance good more than a fashion authority and household ( McCALJL"ie-/Ix/PATTERN! inchesFREE \'

10 i by Woodrcw Wilson ap- IMPORTANT TO ALL WOMEN 'I farming. trucking! and grazing! land,less than! a quarter of a mile from guide because McCALL'S is a real FRIEND flu 1'a ;I Mitcrilr i !..., thoo. lor. thi Itom* "Wontan hei ftrvt t copy lUtratr ol
pealing to the patriotism of railroad >Icity limits of Kissimmee. Owned by a widow who is a non-resident, and INSPIRATION to all women who appreciate SIi 1 Al I. 4.."......d. otr r ol the c lrbrat, <
dr and railroad laboring men READERS OF THIS M I.11 l rr I'-Uterm' lKthluel5( "<) byrrtJini
presidents liberal if This land, the beat in magazine reading-the best in . a tMiM.I curd rrqurvt direct' to thedlrl'.II '
and will sell for $50 terms .
'r aUkI'. The work of the Federal board per acre on Company Z'"> Wrt 11th wen, Nrto -
+2 of conciliation .and of the President Thousands upon thousands of women -I so close to a good thriving town, with good high school churches and stories and articles to entertain and the best in mg I

d himself is brilliantly+ and faithfully related have kidney or bladder trouble t markets, will soon be worth $100 per acre. practical departments suggesting ways to riraw Mnd. m my FRFE MCALLSATTSRN ,
,. '' in the negotiations being published and never suspect it. I economize. to earn money at home, to lighten Number Sl.. '
for the first time. Three notable Women's complaints often prove to I Inside LimitsThis burdens and to make life more worth while. ( ar,in-W ol cOLD ,,? 'r
chapter are those containing, Republican be nothing else but kidney trouble, or I Fivef Acres Farm City I .
'& and Bull Moose approval of the the result of kidney or bladder dis I FRIENDSJ NEW FRIENDS! NOW IS THE TIME!
act of a Democratic President and a ease. is a delightful little home, nice cottage of six rooms good 'I
Democratic congress. The first/ contain If the kidneys are not in a healthy | barn splendid well of pure soft water and good land for fruit or Send $1.50 at Once, for the "Woman's Bargain Club, to

f more than 100 excerpts from I condition, they may diseased.cause the. other ;i iI trucking. Can sell off lots for buildings if less land i i. desired. Price I. 13I I
'Complimentary editorials appearing in organs to become
'Opposition papers; the second is de- I You may suffer a great deal t'I-1 I I The Valley Gazette Kissimmee '
VOted to portion of speeches deliveredby pain in the back, bearing-down fE> $2,500.Forty ,
1, Republican and Bull Moose member I raga, headache and loss of ambition. ,II Acres Close To The CityWe .I
*) of Congress explaining why they I Poor health makes you nervous, irritable '
considered it their patriotic duty to I and may be despondent: it have forty acres about two miles from the city limits, and one I

T 3$ disregard Democrat,party and the lines; third and contain follow the a makes But hundreds any one so.of women. claim that II! mile! from another station. Land i is nearly level, good soil well adaptedto I Use This COUPON Now for .t e"Woman's

record of Republican and Bull Moose I Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root by restorIng citrus fruits and farming. This would make a desirable home and BARGAIN

vote in House and Senate for Dem- health to the kidneys, proved to. fine grove can soon be propagated on this land. Unimproved. Ownedby Club"r
ocratie'mebQres. 1 be just the remedy needed to "over a woman who will sell for $25 per acre; one third cash; balance

..Sixty-third What Woodrow Congress Wilson have done and the for come A good such kidney condition medicine. possessingreal in one two three four and five years if desired with interest at 7 per. To The Valley Gazette. Date.._____.__________-'____ j.

tb* farmer in the way of improving healing and curative value cent 'on deferred payment! Kissimmee Fla.l-
+ Die credit and assisting him in marketing -I should be a blessing to thousands ofi >E * :
his <<' described in several i nervous, over-worked women. J Many other bargains of any kind desired.impioyed or unimproved I end te.$1.50. for which please tend me the "Woman's'. Bargain '
,- ,ehapter It sows that upon analyst,j I Many send for'a sample bottle to Club" at advertised by you. '
the agricultural problem of the see what Swamp-Root the great Kidney :I
'.country prove to- have received more Liver and Bladder Remedy; will NELSON REALTY
'4 'attention .than the public.generally. re- do for them. Every reader of this CO. NAME._____-_____________________________________;_
.i1wNo: paper, who his not already tried''it, .
V Less important than those dealIng by enclosing ten centto Dr. Khmer , '
.'. i.with what; ha*.been done for, .&Co., Binghamton Ni'Y.: may receive CITY. ,---------.-------------.---- STATE_______ _______

'farmer are the chapter setting forthlegislation' 1.[ ample size bottle by'areel Post I REAR $STATE BA KrKSSrMMrE;, o { 'fLA: : \ . .
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and administrative the fifty-
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behalf of the cent'and one-dollar else bottle at _
meaure*'taken'Jn :, . . -- 1 .
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", t., NOTICE"OF ELECTION.. Section One of Article V.f the Constitution JIOTIOB..
Bet Our 'Las'Year's. HatTha't'Miss Whereas The Lell1al.tur. of lf1L' I* hereby agreed to and shall crt.-- H.E.BAJLEY i
: under the Constitution of lltS. of the b* proposed and submitted to the ol.o- .. Clr+ jl : CltmM
tore of the Slat for approval or r*- .f n.n... .. mad fee Oe**>la) C-aty,.
State Of Florida. did three Joint Painting
I' pus ..._. and Paper Ha.gfaig a
; Genevieve Clark Will R.*olutlena propo ln amendment to hereafter th* next reneral election "la,(; .y.
; State of FlorIda : that to said Section tN'TEIUOR'WORIC
4 the Constitution of toe : A > .
shall i' )
.. On of said b* amendedo NOTICE'OF"PETITION .
'and th '(am war a(' d to by a . -
:: Not 'WearPlain Cotton StockingsEdwardsville vote o( thr*.-flth. of all th. membtra a. to read a* follower 'A FREE DEALER. s ., 21 )la1\.tt. $tr4iet.
Section 1. The of theState
loctad to each house: that tha ..ot.. judicial power all to wrom'it'may;; cone.rn .
shall b vested In- BupremeCourt to '
on said Joint Ra.ol.tlon. w.r. .n- a 29-tf: ,,r- i
'If tired their raapocUra Journal, Circuit Courts, Court of neoord Mrs.-BtF.-Blake'Nettle Blake).
IH.-Whether Miss HUMAN CHARACTERIS with the upon yeas and nara thereon and of Eacambla County. Criminal Court: of 8t Cloud Osceola County Florida ..-. j 4}
Jamas 'r
I did dat.rmln. and direct that the County Court, County Judsrei and Jua.tloe will applyto the Honorable W. 1
Genevieve Clark, daughter of Speaker GOOD COLLATERAL I said thjr Joint Revolution b. aubrolttcd to of the Peae and such other Court. Perkln Judy of the Circuit Court of C: 'THRASHER *
I, Champ Clark, is willing; to wear cot- Witchita, Kan.-Human character 1 the the State at the GeneralElection or Commissions a*. the Leclslatur maY'' the Seventh Judicial Circuit In .nd for 1 _
t3: ordain establish. Osoeola) County S'at..f Florida, on the .
instead of silk was should >b r. 114.. from time to Urn and
ton stockings put be made as much a basis for 'Do-
The Legislature may prescribe the 10th day of D. 1114
H. Crawford.
Clark in a resolu rural credits farm loans 'collateral -I Now Clay COr--r-:, .inc, be SHEET METAL WORKER
and as Secretary of State of the Btat of Florida compensation of the Justice and Land, Florida *1' h* 1
pionresentpher bye the Edwardsville T. M. Carver, adviser in ag do hereby five notice that a (ten.ral Judsrc of the several. court but no for a license to raanar take chare of Steel Ceilings Specialty.
heretoforeeslabll.hed under the and control her property, and to becomea a
will In each court
club woman's organization.The Election be held county :
Monday a ricultural economics for the United
Bball dealer In
I Constitution and law of Florida fro every respect
Florida next
In on Tuesday .uc-
resolution states that the wearing States Department of Agriculture, declared -, . nrat Monday In Nurerabor. %e hereby abolished. H. D. GEIGER Phone149R.: KUalmmec. .Fla.QK .
of cotton hose by women would before the International Dry A. .Df.r. the said Tuesday being the Petitioner Solocttor. {
f not only aid the southern cotton growers Farming Congress. I third day of November for the ratification The vote cast In compliance with! Dated Sept 11, A. P 1514._ r.
aid amendment and the
l but would tend to reduce the high "Something must be done," said\ Mr. Resolution or *rejection propoalnr I of amendment the said Joint to canvass, declaration and roturn' NOTICE! FOR PrBLICATIOJt. JV.. SIMPSONDENTIST.

cost of living and the prevailing extravagance Carver, "to enable the small farmerto the Conatltutlon. of the Stato of Florida thereof shall b* subjected to the same Department of the Interior. U. S. LandOfflc
regulations and restrictions a* are at Gainesville, Florida. August
via, .
of women. borrow capital on terms approximately : : .
Resolution by law for general election I'. 1914.
The resolution was introduced by those the large A Joint {proposing an Provided of FloridaIn NOTICE I. hereby given that Daniel
I as easy as Amendment to Section Biz (I). of Ar
Dpstairi in Kati
J Mrs. W. R. Pickett, wife of a million farme can obtain. If a small farmer tie Eight (5) of the Constitution of Testimony Whereof. I have hereuntoset L. McLaughlin of Alser Florida who. Bulldlnlt.12'm./
Florida my affixed the GreatSeal -on May 10, Isit. mad Homesttad Entry t 9 a .
the Slate of relating to County I'1tl'.d HOURs '
aire and was passed unanimously. I such e'conomic virtues as industry tnC8 :
possesses Officer of the of Florida at Serial No. OS4I5. for 8 1-1 of Lot* r 1:30: to 6:30 .
sobriety frugality, forethoughtand Be It resolved b,. the Legislature. of the.ofY\t,1.A:\ the twentyfifth S and > and N 1.1 of Lot 4 and (. SeeItlon Telephone No. "76 Jun 5 p,, m ;;
"' day D. 114 SI 14
14 Township South. Range
honesty, he is a safe risk the State of Florida: -
OVER A MILLION IN That the following! amendment to H. CLAT CRAWFORD. 'I East Tallahassee Meridian has filed
Section Arttel Eljcht (B. (Seal) Secretary of Btat notice of Intention to make Commutation -
n.Ulutr R. W. 'W. -
{* of the n of the State ofFlorida Proof, to establish claim to the D CARSON w
I I. hereby agreed! to and .hall ORDER; HOIt BMCATION. I land above described before Clerk of
FLORIDA PENSIONS be submitted to the elector of the the Circuit Court, at Kisslmmee FlorIda DENT1S1 a''
-, Btat* at the to beheld .. on the llth day of October 114.
t TuesdaylInt! !. ... f-trrult ('0. XeTFB-lk JadlrlalClrrnlt. Claimant B.WllllB .
on th* firet November, name a* witnesses: R.
r/Jl Cf7 -1 r A. D. 1114. for ratification or rejection: Oar-Tola-. Slate Cnmmtr.( Fiends. I I of Alrer. Florida; J. B. Ow.n..f .. Office over Cole'* Jewelry; StoreOffice
t-1- Washington, D. S.-The anual report Section The ** I AI..r Florida! ; C. R. Richard of
I ISayTord M. Saltzgaber.. commie.ELOL vide for lb..-election the-gvallffled/ AlgerFlorlda.. B. U. Quy. of,..Al..r.Floria& - Hours: 8-19,1-5
elector. In each County of the followJnKcojiniyjofflfiejri KU1ZA A. JOHNSON' ) l. CbaBfery.Complainant l Offlc h n.68Jisiden *
+tc /enai1m8..Jlhow.L1hBUhrin ACleri oftbe L ] > HBNRT 8 CHUBB. ___ 2$: _
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the last fiscal year, ending June'SO.'J ; Circuit Court a Sher ft-c: onstablescCounty ; a -- vs. --u.a.--- --7 ----- -- - 'fl..vatepo Gas
'ti 19141, pensions were paid to 4,870 Floridians Take Assessor of Taze a Tax Collector '' M J. JOHNSON. ) rbllra of Public inatryctlon IN COURT OP COUNTY JUDG'T.STATE
.. a Superintendent ) '
r and that the total amount distributed '
One and a County Surveyor. The OF FLORIDA.
J Johnson Greeting:
to these Florida pensioners Pain Plil term of office of all County officer.mentioned I'1 I I r1t appearing; from affidavit; filed In In r* Estate of
was $$1.069,841. Indiana was fifth In this! Section shall be for this cause that the residence of the CHRIS KAENNEU Oicoola County
the states in the amount of tben- four years, except that of County AaBesBor >. I defendant M J Johnson Is at Register Notice I is hereby given to all whom Itmay DR. H. S. GEIGER ,
I' among \ of Taxes and County Tax Collector State of fJeorKlH and that there ,Is noperson concern that on the let day of PHYSICIAN. AND n1IUI-; >>
out being exceeded Take who shall be elected for t..oII .
pension money paid .: In the "-Mf-TIt of Florida upon March A. D. t9U. I shall apply to the
.;, by. the following states: Ohio, I II II years 1t.f"I..rl; election I to whom the "-'r"I".. of (..uhp.u.nlwould Honorable T. M Murphy. Judge of said Citizen Bank Building
be held l in 1916. when
Court .. of Probate. for my final
Klsilmmee Flolldr.
) bind the sold d..r..nlant. and that he ,
I $15,907-
$16,312,183; Pennsylvania, ..
Las, and .rl..rhlch they shall be fleetedfor ) discharge .. Administrator of the estate
Is aho\e the of Iw"nly.onp vearsIt
I.A 263.36; New York, $14,361,15552>> ; Illinois I a term of four years Their powers, la therefore RKf ordered that the defendnnt. of Chris Kaennel deceased, and Phones: Office 297 'or 64 w
(; dutle and compensation shall be prescribed Ih.t.t the same time I will present to
... $11,880,748 l M J. ihnaon do appear to sir
Dr. Miles'AntiPain by law The Legislature shallprovide said Court final accounts a* Administrator \
Ohio has 7,250 pensioners, Penn Ihe complainants bill'or complaint' my Residence 265. 14-lyT t
t by law for the care and cus-
[ of paid estate and ask for their
I filed In thinnn!'' on or before theRule
New York 1>(:,39; and tody of all County funds and shall .
sylvania 72,407, ,. .
', .e
'' l I'A\ In 1"0"ml. i A T l' 1914 tonit .
Illinois 54078. In the United States Pillswill proioe the method of reporting and the flfrontl Asp of said month orNo..mhr. Dated Sept. 12th. A. D. 1914 i
pa'lngnut all such fund .
I I J H. HENLEY. AdmlnlOltnlor.I
1 as a whole 779,908 pensioners were

paid during the last fiscal. year and Help you, as they electedin I : ; order And IM It publiHht Is r\lrlh"r\ MichA ordered.*.' It that for four thief 'r: M RIVERS, M.: D, f.r.
I holf office for the term elected
distributed to them ...
the total amount MucopHlx \\ KH iti the Kipftimmi {
." was $171T7,45'5.lNegroes: have helped others. A Joint-Hraolntlon.Proposlno \'.nll**" I K *n" rRl rime ulnl i'Di T ulillHh'il I 'HI said I
Good for all kind. ...f'pain. Article; an Amendment to Section l"IHC..i,In. < ''untPin] .da '
118 of IV of the Constitution of I, Office over Osceola PharmacylHONB
i Used : Head- the State of Florida Relating to theAppointment \Vltn'SK the Hincialile Jam'a \\
1o relieve :Neuralgia I C.W.GRIFFIN
I Show of Commissioned Officersof Perkins Judge. "f the Circuit l f ache, Nerxonsiif". Rheumatism! the State Mllltla I mid fur r..n olti cint' rlortda: nndin 4 t: (Ionic
I \ liinil. riH ( Ugh l "f hcild. < 'outt under f,
Sciatica Kidney J'ain, I 1.1),81f0.LON'III.tO ) Be thr It. State"Resolved of Florida'by the Legislature of the otrinm' '. P. nl thitiif, thin th. lothrlai : Staple and FancyGROCERIES It
Fair Increase ?f ,'-, pt'mber \ li 1K14i -
1 \taxu. Backache, ThAt the following nm'ndm to vuJ'
'I..lInn' 16 of \rtlrl. IV of the Con- "RIJ I .1 I J. nV HRTIIIF.T.
tnniachache! Carsickness, Irri- mltutUn, of the stnt" of Florida Is <'!1'fk ".f ml.- Circuit' <''iirti WINN
Washington, I 1)I. C. The numb of tabilitand! for pain in any part hereby, ,...".." to and shall he submitted i: Sollrltor- Ki nitre for Complainant 41 t
to the electors of the State foradoptlen ?
negroc"in the United! tate1- properin of, the body\ or at the next general I PHYSICIAN
1'tlO! was 0,827,7(1'(;: compared with8R:1I.U -ctlon rhJ''rC..I: t ..r; that Is to say, ,. -
r-Olt _
1 II"i- urid r>r Miles Antl Pain )90()" K IIF KXK t FOR FINALIaiC I l
that Section 1C of Article IV shall beamended Office 2nd Floor WilUon Building.OFFICE .
increase! of UIOj.UARa
: : in 1000, 01 an I'llls "I.I Iml n I 'nblnri with boa,1nr. '
99.7tiI!l, the census bureau announced i". fid,,I Ii IhiI, '' one pil I! fjlllhly Sec 16 so The as to Oo\frnor rend as shall follows appointall : I Free Dei vr/1 ,: :-r! Parts RemnaNCaPadNfa Rial....*. r
formed 10.7 tent '., t- a V s.6", t time.. : : ProNK V7 Flgarea ;,
In 1010! negroes per .. commlnsloned officers of the state nr< of Ike 11.(; I TIM .. ,KItulttUt "J. I II" n' led n nh neu- Mllltla, Includ'nK": an adjutant general Klorldn. 'j''',
of the population against percent ;
in \I". 1"/111 ,it,' Urn..i*. and for the State. with rank of brigadier In re Estate of Charles Edward Frank "
in 1900. The increase for decade I .. C. L. HYATT
find thebrnunt AII'I.J'n! I I I. "! murk general who shall be chief of staffThe tin Osceola County. - DR.
was 11.2 pal cent compared with 7h. I'r Milt H'm.I1., .. duties and compensation of Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt Physician and It
so appointed shall be fixed bylaw concern that on the 2d day orNO'Vemb..r
whites may
20.8 cent amonlnatIve ore heron"! "mlrl., "n and I R urn- SurgeonPhones ,- '
per '. The terms of office of all commlaloned A. D, :914. we shall apply to ,.:.J.
and of :JO,7 per <'c-nt. among the foreign mend them to .ill n'\ fn i. m1 officers of the organized militia I the Honorable Murphy ofsaid \ -- -. -- - -.- - .\
horn whites (.1:OHi .Ii i:: UX.ATTC; :. shall, he continuous during the court, as ?:idf.f.; of : ;aldfr'rI a Office 197 Kissitnme .
of rural dwell- 21$ Oakland Kt Bun Antnnlo. Tex pleasure of the Governor; subject to 1 dlBcharge as executors of the es ,
The number negroes such laws as enacted bv the of Charles Edward Franklin, deceased No. Six-Sixty-Six Ret. 248 Florida .N
was 7,138,534, forming' 145 per At all drugglata. t5 does 25c legislature r T.flnrre: their retirement ; and that at the same time we
1t'rs of the rural population. MEDAL for ago or other causes will present our final accounts as executors --
counties in the MILES CO.. Elkhart Ind. of said estate, and ask for theirapproval ThU is i a prescription prepared especially try
total of 2,953
Of a A Joint'lo.. for tryff
United States there were only 110 Proposing1 An tlctemvndo"t"ot Hated May .1st. A. D. 1914.H. Fire or .1&.4oeee 1 will break any case, seal -
and tion One of M. BREAKER.
there no
which were negroes
in If taken then.. a tonic lb. Fever will not
counties in 1910 tulle to the Judiciary ELLA a(. FRANKLIN. ATTORNEY-AT.LAW
there were fifty-three>e Be It Resolve by the Legislature of Executors return. It acts on ibo liver better than
fifty-five counties in 1900 in I the State of Florida OEO. F. PARKER. (\
_... against : Calomel and doe not grlpa or sicken. 2Se
Office State Bank
., of That the rollo..lnSam..ndm..nt to Attorney. )!
which .75) per cent the. population ;
: was negro. Let Me Fix Up .- Kissimmee. Florida ,:4\I\
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Of the total number of negroes ten ,"

yeaers of age and over 2,227,731, or 1

80.4 per cent were reported as 11f Your Place thisSummer ("t E0. F., PARKER. 11
literate. The percentage of illiterates :!

"', decreased from 57.1 in 1890 to 30.4 PROGRESSIVE AttorDey.atLaw.1' .\,l

.' .in 1910. .
The. total value of farm propertyopertaed \ : Collections and Conveyancing \
.. '
by negroes was $1,144,181, Specialties. ,
000 against $499,941,000 in 1900. I am prepared to convert. t12%':Broadway.. ;<;'
; ,d ; '
any ,area of land within a .
Business "'
PeopleYou !
WOMEN reasonable distance of Ki G F KRIBB3 J1>

immee, no matter how 'i 'ft
.. rough or neglected into a Examination of Titles
a Special}

j Washington.-Miss Alice Paul, productive and remunerative I Should Know Notification and payment ot tax,.*01 I 1

I chairwoman of the Congressional Union condition. non-resident given careful

t I I I for Woman Suffrage, has addressed attention. *

.' an open letter to the Democratic t

,, candidetes states.!: for. congress in equal suffrage -' Estimates and Plans Ii IN Pat Josniton G. P. Gamtt rl'

"In our work for this amendment furnished JOHNSTON A GARRETT

we have, as you know, been blockedat at Law

every party turn," by she the says.National"While Democratic we- Alt:' W. LawThe offices 10. 11 & 12 p

feel no opposition tQ you as an india KISS I k EEl ''itizen Bank Bid;., d '

l\service Developer Farm of Modern Model Kisiimmee, Florida. '

to the! suffrage movement, ,it is apparent -

that your individual interest in Box 145.Kissimmee. IXH71R C. MAVIBT. T._nCTOM weal*ow ;5 t
lAt Couiuwl, for Judy at the
avail little! as lonla? I
suffrage can us Florida R. R. Lonm. Criminal Curt
which is now in control
? party, Fla.
your I 1 1
'. r,
continues its MASSEY
.. ''attitude. We are appealing, therefore
.000000000000000000 ATTORNEYS AND v vAT
the women votens! in your constituency COUNSEULOS.
to Carpenter and Repair Shop '
1 \ ./ Hkrdware Cutlery, Boat LAW
-1'1 to withhold support I
\ >)' the representative of a party I Cash Store Prattle In .((1 the Courts of the Atat and .( i
;' \. you as I' Inside FurniShing, Screeiilntr Supplies andMachinery. th* United Slat*., .. before the FlorVU Ralt- '.
t I which opposes the political freedom, of I AT LAW and Cabinet Wort road COmml........ and the Interatmta c-v-i iiii
Cooun baton. I
women I Our Specify.
11-H CnAkLErroH Blrxi. ORLANDO.FLA .' ;+
./ 10 Broadway. :

A. r I i iF' .
J : ::::: JENKINS '
ht..herler ll..d /0 inPlain
a.d end U.I" ...... 1 Machines Co.Everything.
1'111. I. Pianos
Organs Talking 1-
a, .... ..ilea, rth law 1<"..... .
t '-!'. l;::oal1t..:; .N k Arflfl; ,d I a.TP.ahikMibV0 : I TITLE WORK Sewing Machines. and Decorative I SURVEYOR; '' .

t Iia\I! > P"LI.s, r... sam TATE BANK BLDG. 1 to Eeat. Painting and Paperhanging d
y,., kno.n lint.b.f. t.Ai .y keii.I.kl Broadway.W. I
Sproule Ave. Phone 67. '
Fraternity Hall Kisslmna Fta.D .
SOLD BV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE $0004004.00000 < c. 00S ,
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'. _ _ __ __ _n_ __ __ ____ G. HANKINS NELSON REALTY CO. E. E. MAGEE I . "

Adding Machines and 9 Darlington Are. Carpenter and Builder j! R. A. J. HICKS )il)1'

1f Typewriters: Property Sold OD Job Work and General Repairing; :a: Physician '
I and SurgeonOffice ;
Saw Filing a Specialty
For Sale. Commission.D. j| 15 Darlington Are fI Phone .

I State Bank Bid. Off.. 41-Roe. 4e ;b:; ,

Dry Goods Clothing Shoe. I AGENCY Electrical C:factor J. \V. Thompson
1 a PLAXEnlOJ RE" '''''' STEM FEED! I

MTnit.nTOKR, SELF FRET: ) HIP Furnlshln,.. Graystone Block Water and Light Collector

i : KIM.kKPEHKI TnnnnR! j

!>!S' SIIIX.I.I- 'M\CHI'\KH\' I 5c and lOc Store on Third Floor Sell Land Anywhere on Commlsaioa Phone 220 8 Darlington Ave

K'GINKS, up to 4O h. "A".MILLS I

DOII.ERS. to 40 h. lent ..d II.....r I FUNERAL DIRECTORand


I LATH MILLS STAVE !MILLS I Real Estate Broker Sign Writer and Decorati LICENSED EMBALMER
'. Jeweler and Optometrist. -
I Painter . ----
DISSTOV 'SLK'B! Broadway.

F { SAW BIT for all make of ..>.eP i I -

1' HAFTIKO PII.LKIS IIOXESBKLTI I 26 Broadway. I Phone 281.I !Store and Chapel, Stewart Avg.&I5WMEK .
O, 4 Bmdea-medium to !>...< I _
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a EVEaYTI1IJ1' FOR TIIK Get To.,-Candlea Freak Fro_ tke t
r I K
7AWDIILLm Goods Clothing and Shoe. '
Write for Dry CANDY KITCBKN - I; Wben'laNSdofak 'r

m I j F rloe. I Famishing ...sI )3 Bmdwar VETIIRD. 1y'SURGEOX'' : ;I

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If I t-- J ,_- f .. .'wLL' '.

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!'Siege and Fall of Antwerp NEW:'; HKSIDK.NTS FHO.M TilE HAIL FAR WEST. NOTICE j WANT ADS < r

Among the new residents in Kis- | fIVE CENTS A LINE
I simmer uro I n. W. Douglas and family, Til' 1"11"\, 111"> liJMHiM' \\ el" Mr I" t'd t laN .
Mr. < 11 its, fun|mu.-(lolN! n"tI l rte rkN of ,1 1.M'tli'ti -
Detailed In j of F.\'eraltWIslhis g tmh. Pougla.j .
a Diary t I" I" ,In-Ill, ) 'III 1hiirlmiH rtlHlllrln' I i FOR SALE-Eight room house, modern
._ j .. purchased' a seven acre trust .'aSI I I ,111 i th< 'ti:1.1 iln\ lit :N:,." iiihi > A II in every respect, latest decorations
TO AID COTTON I _- of the lit)'. which he will develop for,' I ui I II
: .;-:-:-:..:. r:-:-:-> *: +.:-:' :..:-:-<..:. -:-M-:-MI.M.M :- nounceUnit a liomliurdmvnt of th< a lUMmant'iit homi The place* has. it I'rt'i'litt'f. 'U. I.I I.I I. and beautiful hennery.lawn,Lot garage 68 by, storehouse 168.
r city i is imminent. The Germans ,cm ': small house on it now but he expert Also 21foot launch for sale. 104Cherry
r ( I : r.KKMVNS:: :'; LOST place hat(tene- for the',' purpose" amut to build u new home and to put a part I: .I .Inl1.! uI I. I. \\' cl' Minikins. street. 40-tf
X-**>*<4 4 P4>0404fi4 *<>
: < 4)N1-.1N7'WERP: : KOKTttKSS jrin.s."Oetolter. I -- -- ?" -
i P..H o W THK: MK I III HI I --- .1-.11 : "+.-.I Kxndu: of the popula BOX' TON: HAT SHOP I 1.1'.....111-I 'I.". :j. ',WANTED HOARDERS the Tre-
.11 < THK.: ( OTTOS' I'R1UF:. 4 .ILondon, r'nirlund.! "It is I stuteil {. I 1,1011.' The bombardment of the tour NOW ON liROADWAV, lifiKi.,,. < IU I !.I" II 'I'Inru mont House, corner Buss and Brack
,;t 4llb9f +. 1 t that I the (tleiantlost; 15,000 I is I'onlinuedlth violence. The p'l..olII..nkM I Th-0 Bon Ton Hat :Shop; and dres., .* < : U \\ ,",,,1..11 :nil."I \V i I. M..Kl', 111- ,St.s.. !Mrs. Laura Coleman.) 43-2tpd :
+ Tile talus nf I'lilLeil State- ux ; <. nn-ii dmmg' for attack on Fort- '!' arc ahlaxx-. Here-hem a southern making puilors huve been, moved front sit| el"Iu.
**porte of raw cotton and colton .t. .I1 rpss Waelbem und Warve-St.:; <, [ subuib., is in flumes us well as scleial \ I the Wilson, KtiildiiiK on Darlington I'rri.inrt \u.i. FOR EXCIIANGE-\Iod..rn! 8 room II "
P yarn last ) rn1 to 'Inv WHI, ,countries .:. ':' ('alherinei Antweip, ," says a .> houses in the city The 'defendIng : avenue to_ the new 1'illy building on An..l] Kri.i.F-Hi.: ,9k II |. ()vi- I, house, lot 70x150, chicken yard
'c was:: : from Am- .!. the southwest sectionale ; HI'I"dw.Th) store ,Iu., 'I. H I. CI\ THlll-lt illlll H II I.llLl fruit trees and grape arbor for
.. + ( "html :NIIWdispatch" i troops on ( new room was .
: I I t "u15 modern
+ England R1 l.OIKI.IIIIO IIMJH bungalow Kissimmee. Ask
.. 1- MI"I.lum.! < offering violent resistance. It I 11 j-pcrialU planned for the convenieccof in
0 Germany 1 lh.rIIOlOIMI( : ? I' I. Mrs. Summers, fOR Penfield St.
1.; 0I :- decided to evacuate the city and the IheJAn Ton + 4' Franc .. . 63,000,000 0 --X--'oCo-: : v <-:.++ .:-:-:-:-: .:-:-:.{h.:- ; nritish, ; and Belgian forces leave: di.r- I Milled Ui its 'needs. Tile interior wood- I '1' v P.u1. 1. 1 'il.ii.< u. ,H I lillI', I' ,i;
Austria ri.oim.nooi ;. 4pk IK'' MIIK! ( l I''<: itlMnli llisii <" .. I III lln-. form of diaiy., mg' t the night. walk, of the. stoic hai moni/.ed withthe 1\1" ..\
n.iMMiMMi i : ( / : Lan' Jnn u :
4 HllUHIH .
.-,. I IOSSI1MIEllK.:
.f the of Antwerp undtin1 ; I !I "Octoliei !:1.-! 1'hfall and occupn I lovely) mission furniture( of theshop 'u. :
: I II heloty < siege
'* Th* wa'' a ill make a t I eniell Antwerp."It winch; makes thy, shop partlculail .1 K I I ,Km., min rl I.1 Iis \\ i:: :-1'1.-; A few desirable five and ten acre
luisiiieThill's ': Gtlnuu( ; i ", >liin of attack, are given i IIII".f ,, ,
,' 4 douH cut in that | II .1 Iliinciiik unit I' Is i Idinl I-HOII In- left in Ki'ssimmce Park suhdi-
will thus lie that the (;leiniiins in tracts
.. 1 by the ( ,'nI seen 1 1I \ atti ucll\e appcafnnre.WediKsday ) ,
the I
1 I ihi.B : in following dispatch .SM llllS
8' why it is neci-'u ) to l'I' .
.. !I (001a fortnight to drive their was moving day for the "I51n11.Iieaullful'
IIOMend I ) .
: lial from
4' cotton grovel, :lad) null wuI."I' I 'w- forrespondent I'r. Ineiu.. '1. Lake Shot fronts. flowing
the southeastern l'dIOn'"f but I the work ;
[ wedge intw lion Tnn so quieklrVII
> dated) SHtuula'y'Satiuiliiy. I ] It.I..I",1.. | I k \ !I.: IlKKN
cotton |
+ You can' help b> using' little! : | ..., , ailesian, wells, food frost( protec-
. 9 '' 'lgiiins, letiicd the defence the coi respondentcontinues dom that I there war intorrup- II IIuN.In; ,1,1 lv in- (
Ic Sexl '
'6 matcrihl.hei v.-i t """ Sometn..t.
? and this volumesfor "'| HIS tion for fruits mid \egctables.
I south and speaks lIOn in business.KKVIVAI. 1.1|
6 Buying ,cotton clothes. ) aril i ina-n + from, postimiis'' east ... '
of the defence.British improved.Extensive
.. the stubbornness I'rrrlhrt \o. 1.I
r? '4 terials will. help the .lIon glow' : west of Maltnes to the line of miter I .
.: IHa"1'(' hur-i ed acrosslast SKKVICKS:; : : CLOSE; I .1/ II \\MlUc-l 1, rl., 1 IkV \\ .I'll.llidli., inipio\c inents. all around.
0' er more than buying a hale of .:. fmu"Srplem6rl '!'. Germans; Itombardl 1- I Sunday" With them were somebluejackets. I'I (;JIIKAT( cC1nu'O; IPLlSHEI: ). iiri\i; Ch.inilli i ;m 4 cotton and holding it MoiiMveiyou : I : without i weeks revival being ">*'< tuIN t For further particulars write,
The) came 01'1"OIt" I The three meeting
'4 are making work for the. col {'4t l and <>-tjpied 28.Bombardment Malines"September of1''urts 01' Kits but cheerfully: enduredthe 1 conducted under auspices of theLaymen's I' ''.<;..I1rta.. ... 1 KISSIMMEE: VAI.I.EY LAND: Co, '
nr, '
4 ton mills. I' \\ Hill., fl.tUVimh. '1'1"I:; II I 20i)! Bay Street,
and well as the pulverizing I Union of the city closedWednesday
de Wavre, St.CathunnoH !; : I vain a>
..oo. tO'O -X "" : I "' d<- Waelhem :S1oiitn.l' UrrTltidHll i In"I"| tirBlreflMrt
-1 and others on !southern lineby ,, fire. night. Evangelist I Lewis N. ... I'. Jacksonville. Fla. .
enthusiastic."After I from here to Winter Haven tobegin It KVllllB: cli'lli. lleiHKilVllle" 1 f
Washington, l P. ( The literal reserve 11-inch howitzers. "Then> inception was goes .
t liourd' approved the suggestllQt : I "September :'J9.! Magazine( of Foil I :Monday it was merely a I a meeting.Mr. t M IR II. HIM illlll .\11.- 'illlll.llll. |1"1"| -

that a fund of $1.r>0.00<).OOU be'tll' dc Waelhem blown up by shell fire. <|uestioti of enduring the terrible fire Lewis is a magnetic us well WANTED Saleman and collector, apply -.,
? by banks, trust companies and Fort .Wavre, !St.'; ("atharine.. iut out as lone 11 s< possible. A large proportion as a deeply const-ruled Christian andlarl'e I'rrrlnrIo.,, Kl.It to Singer Sewing Machine Co.
nlt'r-I westward attended the services. 11 HIIIIOM )K Hulk.' .1 \\ ( 1111I11 .
; chants for the purpose of of action, forts at l.ierre bombard'd."September I of the Belgian troops went crowds I,rll. M L Ci.x mid AV ISuuuueksrI l Orlando FIH.PATRICK'S
t assistance to cotton glowers. An ::10.Forth" de WaelhemHiid Monday and Tuesday to insure throughout the three weeks. His work t I onprelor.' i .*4. ,
letter forwarded to Pextus. .1. Wadek: de Wavre St. Catharine, completely the eventual! line, of retreat. A large among the children was particularly This ,14'h' lu> of urtnber..t J. 1S14! BARBER. _25c '\I. .-
'fh president of the Mercantile Trust company destroyed. Waterworks behind additional force of British marines ar- effective and local pastors anticipatethat J. 1. OVKRSTHKKT' ("l.-rl Cut 15e I'

o of St. I.OU'K, tells of the action ol Fort de Waelbem. blown up. "rived Tuesday morning. at least one hundred new members 11\. .1AMI*; M JMHNHTON= r'. 1' Shampoo25c.Massage .
board. 'Eventually the Germans mounted of them children, will be 43-3t /
I ; many
the continued to 'hold
"P.elgian infantry
___ ___ . .25eI
centimentre church rolls. - - --
the u
w Extracts from the letter follow: their entrenchments in the face of a their forty-two guns. added to ------ -- I

"1 am directed by the \board U veritable hell of shell fire. The water They were enabled to fire with great Whenever You Need Oeaeral Toalc I FOR RENT--8-room residence, furnished ,;
.a- ,stat to you that while. it cannot: very supply in Antwerp is.. generally "cur- accuracy, thanks to their observation SEED POTATOES Take drove's '$15; 5-room $10 6-room "h
c naturally express itself upon the de. tailed. balloons, although on account of cold The Old Standard Grove' T tel_ $9. E. E. Wells real! estate and in,
sr toile of thi plan as to personnel of and rain their operations sometimes hills ot SLeu-
"October 1.-t.ierre forts destroyed. heavy drown on the rugged" chill Tonic i* equally valuable as a surance 202 Broadway.
management, cumm'xsions: in'ivt' : German Infantry attacks were repulsed were suspended. The British ben County about 1600 feet above sealevel. General Tonic' because it contain the '

rates, etc.) It is ttc; opinion tha. tin with heavy loss. naval gunners 'brought. one balloon! FREE FROM DI8KASK, well known tonic propertioof QUININB BURNISHED room for rent. ,Apply "

ralsinif of such ji, fund of the amount "October 2..--There, was a heavy down. Strong Hardy Prolific 'varieties. Give and IRON. It act on the Liver Drives 651 Broadway. i 41-2t'. r
l indicated and administration\ jvullj bombardment of the Belgian trenches/ "Ability to hit back,, weight for them a trial. Bend for Catalogue. out Malaria Enriches the Blood and '
and Holy ucon reasonable terms -?n The Belgians retired at night In good .weight.-was the one crying-need at WAI.KKIt. 9KKD I'OTATO HARM, Builds up the Whole System. SO ceDta.j LOST-Near corner of Verona street ;
rOJldt.ioMII'o.tld! ft far .toward the' order and lined the river Nethe. The Antwerp, whose fate points to one Box: : K. "'._.. Ktenbei C..t. N. Y. and Rose avenue small ladies' coat .- y
-. restoration of normal! conditions.. Germans began to occupy the'outer irresistible conclusion that the day of small shepherd plaid worsted. Leave ))i 'r
1u "' "We dote with gratification your I I The supposed impregnable office and receive re-
r/ assurance that a large: number of I rings over of forts.the The city German and dropped aeroplanesflew pamphlets I, forts is forts ov-er. proved broken reeds j 4-1 I M I t I I I I I I I M M It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M t I M I I I I I I I at ward.Gazette_ Itpd< I"r,:

southern banks and commercial firm I the giant howitzers. 4a
urging-the inhabitants to surrender -I against
their works i FOR SALE- -New six-room bungalow.
J have already signified willing- 'One of Brialmont'a great a l
Hess tc contribute to such! a fund and-1 "October ,'i. Arrival of fresh British sank !almost bodily from Bight inconseduence d Water, bath,,, electric lights, walls ? :',
your expression of confidi-no-p thatthe I''i troops, who relieved fatigued Belgians of the cavities made all decorated in tiffany. Best shaded ,
amount will be promptly ub""I'ib-1 on southeastern. section. Here around its foundations by the terrific atchTHAT I lot in Kissimmee. Must be seen 'f.I
/ ed. I the Germans; concentrate their attack explosions. The others are I shattered a I to be appreciated. Lot 75 hy 160.
involved is not localit I' 104 Cherry St. 40-tf
!! "The problem which i is now almost exclusively an beyond recognition.:
la l national and "'H well international I artillery attack. I ___ ____ __ I FOR SALE-On paved street and
in its scope and importance until evening,
"October 4.Quiet
Cured concrete walk in front one-half
and we venture to express< < the hop furious Hopeless Lung Trouble I
when the Germans, began a
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Brack St. four-room
block No. 704
fund wl| I troubles
that sul scriptiv>iis to sut'h from lung -
and thei recoveries I
I bomliardmeiit of the Many in 39
: cottage, city water yard,
be made by banks trust companies I Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-
v iver bank I trenches."October j are due to
& and merchants throughout I the corm theriver ] It strengthens the lungs ; SICK LEY SMILE bearing orange and grapefruittrees
1 !r.-The Germans; cross Honey. relief at I also few peach' trees and a
1c4 try. and Iierre and Puffel. checks the cough and gives,
occupy I good garden. A. E. Osgood
Very r p e.trullr yours W. !S.': Wilkins, Gates N.
'p" :
retirement -Mr.
The main Belgian army began once
'C. S. IIANUN: Oovernoi."J westward. j C., writes: "I used Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- ON THE FACE OF i ir I Plant City Fla.

a e concur: in the views. expressed l "Octolwr (;i.--Dopaiture of King AI- Holiey in a case given up as hopeless, Geta I FOR S.ALE--3,500 asses of timber,
bove."W. bert, the. government ard the foreign and it effected a complete cure. I cut 3,000 feet to acre. Will sell for .Jh
Ci. M'ADOO.( ministers. llc-avy bombardment of bottle of Dr. .Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. tI $3 acre. Houses for rent, furnished '/
.Secretary._. of the Treasury. the position. The allied troops retired If'your couh is dry and hacking will let 'I, and unfurnished. See J. McPhatter. ,{
--- FOUND"BATTERED during the night on second line off j It trickle down the throat you Hard Times 'Yy
I forts. i I II surely get relief. Only 25c your r FOR SALE-9-room boarding house. 'F't

INSENSIBLE. I "October Gov.-Gpn. De Guise; I I druggist. : Modern large lot. Terms.' 209 '
I Park street Kissimmee. 39-5t pd
Durham N. C\ --\Ii.; ; Lula I'owe I

and her finace, John Thomas I I .,
3 second
PI.omt-1 FOR SALE-Only new and

cemetery nent in a- small young( in ravine peophhere a dying back condition.of, were,\ Kithhart : I, 20 Acres of THIS Citrus Land Will Taylor's To The Front I hand store opportunity in town of for 5,000.hustler Exceptional I.'

V. E. Mul ,
Insensible! I Good reasons for selling.
been battered'
,, I I lennix, Kissimmee. tf'
,Thomas regained consciousness long Make You Independent I '

a enough to) state them.that a gang of ne I Irish Potatoes, per peck . . 30c WANTED-Orders for cypress field :i

r gtoes They the had lain When in the found wood this th'u"h.mole, 'I This beautiful tract of land is located just 12 miles south of Ki.I .- White Salt Meat '. 18c boxes.&: Furniture Prices right.Co. Oscoela Lumber 29-tf- '
out night. I and 80 rods
shore of Lake Tohopekaliga I i).
A ing they were carried to a hospital. I simmee- -near the southwest land is 15c DWELLINGS for rent, opply to M.
There is only alight hope for their re-I i northeast of Lake Russell-right in between two-1akes-Ihis Fancy Pork Tiller. I"

L, covery. absolutely frostproof. and has a climate so mild that even the tender I Pillsbury '
i 50c .
\ I, cold. 12-lb. sack Flour FOR RENT OR SALETwCltol7 '"
free from
:'r MRS. T. A. HASS 1)1 ES: IN lemon tree thrives store building on Brack St. North !1'
MISSOURI; B('KIEi) I1KICK. The land itself consists of Hammock Grove which means thatit 24-lb. sack Pillsbury Flour $1 Kissimmee. H. C. StanforJ 29-tf .tlry
t ;. 'fhe remains of Mrs. T. A. Bass, Jr., : is high above the water and covered with a growth of magnificent live !1

ly of Ft. IAuderdale. Fla.. who died ihKarrts oaks, growing hickories and other Varieties of hard-wood trees. The 1 1b. Special Blend Coffee 25c I FOR RENT-Two .3-room flats with "#iI
r'itv Mo., last Fridav were have attained testifies not onlyto pure modern conveniences. Apply at the
which the old trees
shipped to this city Tuesday for buriaL immense growth Gazette office. y1
; c Interment was in Roe-hill ccne- their long life but as well to the virtue of the rich sandy top and I '"t n

,' tery. clay sub-soil. Yqur dollars will become growing dollars when investedin As usual, we are the First to follow STOCK FARM. ,;jo'land ,'
well known here- male this land 120 acres Peghorn Junction muck
1 )tra. Bass was 20 of this soil. Soil and climate combine to
bayInatJeoen reamed in this county in acres is cleared, fenced, ditched, house', ;
r, the Shingle Creek neighborhood. She one of the richest and most fertile tracts in Florida. The assured tract of a. declining market and prove ., and barn. Suitable for sugar cane'r

was the daughter of ;Mr. and !ltrl<. Jack located wilhin one mile of the John Lee dock and you are cow peas and rice hay. Desirable location ;r"
'! Yatc and both "t-.?*and Mr. Bass have good: transportation fa' ilUi iee:f far your fruit for fattening cattle. 8000. a.
''m large connection in the county. ourselves Fhe consumers 331 Acres. at Southport. ._ I
Mrs. flll .' death followed a serious BIS'.SUREPROFITS'If : Choice orange) and muck land one t
urg'cal: opetation, performed in one I mile frontage pn canal one-half mile
of the Kansas City hospitals! where.h.'wu louth of Lee's grove. 15000. i
k ubie and triple money inside of a year or N1jI.80N REALTY CO.
taken. for treatment BIX you want to:< > your" pb
.weeks, aco. Mr. Baas was with her two--this U the place Why pay $1.QOO per acre (or. grove when
this high grade citrus land at $40 per acre and then
accompanied I can buy a
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1' -The 'deceased -survived bv h r'father with the expenditure of a few\dollars and some labor you can : .oo. ,

snd" mother and several brath'er -' your, own grove'and rear'the. profits? Write. us about this splendidpropoeitiots. i '18 Stewart Avenue 'TW paper Is paid for--If not .. ,

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