Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 2, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00705
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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z ;:' t, :;"M. YlOWERJLO'RIDA The' official,Kissimm program of events-lor..e's the'Fourth Celebration of July celebran FOR BIG: ,:BARBECUE ;:: ; :

lion in Kissimmee on Monday. July,5th. together with the locationof

the Various attraction, is i as follows: )

: ROAD PAVING. COSTS St.. Cloud 8:40 and A. M.other--Arrival points.of train r over Sugar Belt from Narcoossee. ARE ALL COMPLETED #

and intermediate .
, 9:00.-Arrival( : of train from Apopka points on .
;=:. f railroad. . - . - - - .. - . -, - .. ; /
the Midland .I''

iFLL 9:00: -Local gun club contest open to members of the Kis- 4i ; _
Arrangements Made to 'f ;
; local Company Forming To simmee gun club only; prizes offered by local merchants. Shoot :. '

Manufacture New Blocks ASS'N. THANKSPAPER takes place on club range, located on lakefronU To reach range IMPROVE CITY i Multitudesand Program..b

From Sawdust and Hydro- go east to the lake from Katz' store corner on Broadway. finished for Great Events '
I3-Arrival of Atlantic Coast Line train .from south with I .1. .

line, or Asphalt FOR visitors from all points in that direct Dn. IS PLEA OFBREAKER I On,,Monday July 5th.: :

9:30()-.-. .ebaU l game. St Cloud vs. Kissimmee at baseball '

grounds. To reach ball grounds go north on Broadway to first ATCARSON

WILL LAST LONGER street turning east after leaving parkway or go north on railroad HON. C. : .
tracks from depot.9:36Arrival. <

.,, : THAN OTHER KINDS points with eJIcurl: : onista.of special train from' Sanford and intermediate TO BE ORATOR .OF. DAY'''

10:00-Pony races open to any Florida raised pony; 30().. w

J. Wade Tucker Heads Coterie Now Citrus Association yard dash for $10 prize plu..entrance fee of $1 I each to be divided Real Estate Man BelievesIn Indications Point to Monster .

Who Will among first, second and third on a percentage of 50 30 and 20. Crowd and CommitteesTake: : ,
}, of Business Men Shows Appreciation Races take place just across railroad at the end of Clyde avenue. Bond Issue s

Compose Corporation to Go to second street west of court house and turn south. Steps to Furnish Plenty' Foodand . ,

' Manufacture His Discovery 10:00-First events i ih golf and tennis tournaments at Kis Amusement For AIL
' DIRECTORS PASS. RESOLUTIONAND simmee Golf and Country club, located on lake front just beyond CITES NUMBER' OF THINGS
place where races are run.
blocks made from Florida ARRANGE FOR FINANCES TO WHILE LABOR IS PLENTIFUL Everything i* now,.ready for the'
Paving farm '
l of Shetland ponies from Swope pony big Fourth of July celebration, ..n4'Free
sawdust and hydroline, an as- BUILD PACKING HOUSE-NAR- THE
cypress under located in Kissimmee. Parade to take place on Broadway.I Barbecue to take place',ia' Kls-.

'L of phaltic from composition fifty to a hundred a tons pressure, may COOSSEE GROWERS ORGANIZE.The I I :::00-Created Pig entest. open to boys not over sixteen MEN NEED EMPLOYMENT.H. simmee on Monday, July 5th. All arrangement t,

w revolutionize the paving industry of years of age.( Winner gets the pig. Contest starts at the corner of Breakerof and the various* were: completed committees this, report week ;b
the United States within the next few formed Kissimmee Citrus -
recently Broadway and Emmett street. Stanford store comer. M. real estate
have their the 'Workwell
if the plans of a coterie of Kis Association which is to that they part of. ,
years Growers Creased of Broadway and Emmett firm of Breaker & Barclay, i is a great in hand. r .
1 I1 I :00 pole contest, corner
business reach a successful : -
simmee men be affiliated with the Florida Citrus believer in doing things. He likes to
section In central FlarIda
n consummation. Exchange and which includes practically street; prize of $2.50 lo the winner. keep busy himself and say no man From every \ '
the that
Experiments which have covered a two-thirds of the growers in this II ::00--Speaking at Court House Square. Hon. C. A. Carson nor city can hope to succeed unless I newspapers coming report to Kissimmee largecrowds to '

,r period of years are bound up in the section is one organization that appreciates will make the principal oration, while a number of other speakerswill that man or city keeps "doing things."i celebrate are, so that it: Is sure that there
I of this brick which has .
t production new the efforts of the Valley Gazetteto "We ought to get busy now on "
be heard. will be a monster crowd presentMayor ;;
been manufactured in small quantities do anything and everything it can some city improvements," said Mr.. '
i at the plant of the Everglades Cypress to boost Kissimmee and Osceola coun- I:00: P. M.-Grand free barbecue in court house square. Ev- Breaker one day thlll'week.. "W May has arranged to add six:
extra police to the force to handle the
;l Luiriber company at Loujrhman' southof I t ty. erybody welcome. mustn't let the idea die. Now is the
crowd and that there ia dis
see no
this city on the main line of the | It is usually taken for granted by 1:30 I -State clay pigeon shoot,, at gun club range on the lake time to do something while labor can order ,
Atlantic Coast Line railway, under | most organizations of kind whatsoever be secured and when the laboring ?
any easily
all clubs in Florida The lIon. C. A. Carson will make the
the direct supervision and the guiding that the newspaper will boost, front. Best club squad of five open to amateur men need the work.
1 scientific of J. Wade in $25 in cash plus $10 entrance fee from principal address of the, day a* an .
bqi management that it will work for their cause twenty-five targets prize There are any number of improvements nounced in the official Sen-
,, Tucker, the manager of the plant, who 1 season and out and that it is not necessary each club to be divided 60 and 40 per cent among the first and that we need and which shouldbe ator N. p Bryan was Invited make :.!', tan
j' lives in Kissimmee to anything at all about it. made. Church street to be
say all ought
formed for second squad. Four individual contests open to amateurs, twenty- address but was unable to come
When the company But a is not like most corporations all the out to join Main (
the commercial manufacture of the I newspaper for It has a soul and it feels five targets; prize $5 plus entrance fee of $1 I each to be divided street. Mabbette way street, one of the owing; to a. previous engagement' v',

brick, as it is expected to be at an and thinks just like a human being. 50. 30 and 20 per cent among the first, second and third men. main thoroughfare of the city leadIng unable Congressman to attend W.,, J.being Sear absent wa*from also \ ,

i early date, there will be asociated with We all like to feel that our effortsare Five dollar cash prize to "high gun" in any twenty-five shots. out westward toward ShingleCreek the city and uncertain as to the date'of P
Mr. Tucker the Hon. C. A. Carson,, apreciated an<) for that reason 2:00 First of double-header ball between Winter ought to be paved from Stew his return. ., ,
of the State Bank of Kissimmee allows bit : game games .f
president the Valley Gazette a art avenue as far west anyhow, u beenmade
and former state senator; E. L. of editorial comment to creep into Park and Kissimmee starts at ball grounds. Bermuda avenue. The ditch on Da- Special arrangementshave ' crowdsat
tit Lesley, chairman of the board of county what would ordinarily!! be a simple recital 2:30-Tug of war between teams representing Florida cities, kin avenue ought to be covered over the for barbecue.the handling Tables wil be erected ' '

s I'* commiioner of Osceola county of fact. winner to be selected by elimination; cash prize. Takes place at through the principal part of the city. in the court house park and rails> "
and president of the Kissimraee Cattle This is all occasioned by the fact
The big ditch around the city; need
that visitors
W. A. McCool, one of the directors of court house square. legs put up so may
of the
company. ; that at a meeting cleaning out. Main street or Brack ,'
aj stockholders in the EverItLAttfCyprpHs Association last 3:30 Golf and tennis tournaments to be continued at Kim pas through one at a.time In .I.a&.
pi rtf> the Citrus Growers -- street should be paved out to meet the Continued ,Two. '
? company and an extenJtlW Saturday a resolution wu passed simmee Golf and Country dub. .... new county brick road to join i the Orange __ ( on page ) : .j..... -. ,_
y a *?*** grower, who also ha large i thanking the Valley Gazette for the 3:30-Bicycle races take place on Broadway. On. mile free county road to Orlando.I .
I Y (ntinued. on page Two.) "I co-operation it has given the growers second. third. $1.00 plus believe that it would be the beat LADIES PLAN\ FOR : /.r
.. and its ever ready spirit of helping for all. Prizes, first $3.00; $2.00; entrance plan to,save Brack street alnee>>7 ao ,: v
'--a wherever it can to make their organi- fees of 25 cents each to be divided among winners on percentage doing wV would ave the turn in the '
BUSINESS SCHOOL TO ration a success. .* of 50. 30 and 20. Half-mile free for aiL Prizes, first. $3.00; sec road at the city limit and give a SCHOOL PAVILIONSMUCH .

The director named a special com- ond. $2.QD( : third. $1.00. with the some entrance: fee and "division straight thoroughfare Into the, bast. .. '" . '
mittee at the meeting to make finan- ness section from the corporate line. -' ""
be made before i 11 I o'clock with E. L Johnson '
BE ENLARGED SOON cial arrangement for the organization thereof. Entries must "I would like to see the lakefront ,.NEEDED. IMPROVEMENT
It 1 I. practically assured that the at Osceola Bicycle shop on Broadway. bulkheaded. but I dont believe that IN PLAYGROUNDS! ABOUT:

association will build its own packing 4:00-Grand Royal Water Battleby,members of fire depart- we can quite afford this at present MAIN BUILDING ,BE MADE ..
PROFESSOR ANSTED ANNOUNa. house, although no definite action between State Bank and Katz corner. But for the improvement mentioned '
has been or'will be taken until the ment on Broadway corner a* well at the shortcut bridge and nil IP'" REQUIRED, FUND OF'<* **..,',
CES PLANS AT COMMENCEMENT CL train leave for point south.;. "
; a. finance have been arranged. This 4:00-A.: =
alongside the railroad'trestle toward CAN Bill| .JUJ Ew BOAKDVTO/,;, '
S'EXERCISES HELD ON committee i* expected to report at the S:0G-f Ttant leave for St. Cloud and all point on:. Sugar Beltand St. Cloud'I 'believe the taxpayer; HELP, : 1;' ;" .'

w. .MONDAY'.NIGHT, WHE'NFIRST meeting of the directors tomorrow.- Apopfc* and aD point Midland railroad. would vote a bond issue right now. .Ibelieve . ........ 1
.. CLASS OF PUPILS WERE GRAD The director requested that the 6:00-Special train leave for'SaDford and intermediate points that this ia the proper methodfor
Valley Gazette make it known to all us to pursue and the only one by For a number of yearn it has beet t 4
UATED. the Atlantic Coast line.
,; the that their regular weekly northward on which the
growers we can get impl"O't'elD.ntsand apparent to those who have thought, 4
-- meeting held each Saturday are open 15-A.. C. L train leave for points south. pay for them in such a long period about the matter that some prevision.?f, j
yrN ( ;Plan to enlarge the Kissimmee to all grower and that there is no- Epecial events for those who remain for the evening will be that we will not feel the coat" ought to be made for the comfort du"I fc*

Business School by the addition of new J (Continued on_. Page Five.) announced to the visitors during the day. tag recess of the great number of children "
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v' teachers in the faculty and a broadenIng who attend school at the-main
?i courses were announced by CITIZENS AND CITY school building on Church street Ia '
a Prof.fBhC. An ted, head of the school ARMOUR MAN MINGLES the early fall and late prlas>tho'' t
exercises _nflwnS-a- weather is sometime extremely' \ # +
at the first commencement u ;
',4 in the auditorium CLEAN OP FOR FIFTH the children'who bran "".
3' bald Monday night warm
f, Of the Osceola High School. WITH STOCKMEN HERETom CITY COUNCIL MEET DR. CARSON TRADES I their lunches have to eat In the ball- :

) The commencement exercises were Without noise fuss the way, in the principal': of flee, and in. i; tr'
Ktil well attended and splendid programwas Price Armour & any great or the entrance or else go out of door '
representing citizens of Kissimmee with -
rendered. The program was as IMPORTANTMANY FOR TENNESSEE LAND: seeminglyone and take their chance at getting a ,
Company, was in the city several days WILL BE mind, although there was no ot-
follows!: this week mingling the cattle- place In the small r
t among ganized effort are cleaning up
___ Miss Nelson] forded by the trees that were
Song men of this section and getting a lineon lawns and putting them in neat shape young I
Violin solo Mrs. S. H. Bullock the stock which will soon be on MATTERS OF MOMENT TRACT KIS- before the comb of the hundreds of planted about three year ago. Then '..
Song ____ W. G. Hankinn g too, when it rain all the pupil have', ; i:.
the market.
TO COME UP FOR visitors who will be here next
Dialogue.Miss Dorothy Bullock to spend their recesses in the building; .
little late this
The cattle will be a OF OF attend the big celebration and bar J 1 rand
e W. H. Dawes. in getting in shape for shipment.This ACTION AT SESSION 1,250 ACRES OF HARDWOOD lawns one who has not seen a recess during
year : becue. Everywhere are beingcut
t Recitation ------------W. H. Dawes FATHERS TO BE HELD a rain has no idea hoer confusing ct
is due to the unusually bad win- CITY TIMBER LOCATED IN COFFEE. and weeds trimmed off vacant lots. '
DueL Mr. McPherson and Miss Nel- ter conditions which prevailed here NEXT TUESDAY EVENING. it is. .
COUNTY, TENNESSEE. To aid also in giving the city a neat
Several of the ,
aon. during the past season. Now, how Chairman of years ago some I 4
__ B.. C, Anstcd -- appearance, Thompson, teachers decided that two pavilions- .
Reading - ever, the rains have brought on a good the street committee of the city coun- '
Award diplomas.Supt. C. E. Yowell growth: of grass and the cattle on the When the city council meets next Dr. W. W. Carson has just closed a cil has cleaned up the streets and a one for the boy. and one for the girl aN
Students who received diplomas ranges are fast fattening read for Tuesday night for the regular monthly deal whereby he trades his dairy farm force of men have been busy for several ought to be erected on the school t.. .
follows Rhea Pherigo, bookkeeping ground and a* a start toward a fund ,... ,
were as : the market. session there will be many important property located near Kissimmee, for days trimming up the shade tree
Hi and stenography; Virginia With the big demand for beef in the matters to be discussed. In fact 1,250 acres of hardwood timber landin I All this means that Kisaimrnee will for erecting the pavilion each childIn '' I
'l' Makinson, bookkeeping and office routine foreign market, the local cattle men the whole session promises to be one Coffee county, southern Tennessee. be dressed up in her best "bib and the school was asked to contribute ,
4. ; Etta Witherspoon, stenography; are expecting to get good prices for filled with interest. The deal was made with C. F. Fay, I tucker" when the crowds begin to a small amount. To the sum thus contributed ,(
if Marion Porter, bookkeeping and stenography their stock.WORK The city councilmen have been! giving the owner of the Tennessee property, I come. the proceeds from a lecture -:t
!J ; Nelson Makinson, bookkeepIng attention to proposed public im- through S. G. Siever, the local real I were added and altogether about We f
; I and office routine. prove menta and the best way'to get estate man, who, with Dr. Carson, ty dollars was raised. This .
\"' Students who received certificates of TO START ON them. It is thought that they will 'went to Tennessee last week, return- COUNTY COURT WILL held by the school to be need for the t, : t
to j ficiency were as follows: W. L. S. come to the meeting with ideas to be .tog last Friday evening.The purpose for which it wa given. K; .
'.. ;ullock, bookkeeping and office routine aired on this subject which may bring trade includes all of the stock Recently the Mothers' and Teacher $(" "
r ; ; L. S. Carr. bookkeeping and office ROAD TO MELBOURNEWork forth a solution of the problem. and equipment of the dairy farm prop- CONVENE JULY 1.2 Club of Kissimmee has taken up the t i
'\\ir routine; Lyle Story, bookkeeping: There will also be up for discussionthe erty and Mr. Fay will remove here to matter of putting up the pavilions J i) ,
:.. Ralph H. Bearden, bookkeeping and matter of what charge the city take charge of the farm at an early and the board of public Instruction ',
1\\(0( Office routine. shall for street lights, it having date. has promised pay halt the amount ,'
will be started within the next i
The July term of the county court
the pavilions will cost, provided the
already been decided to adopt thia Dr. Carson expects to keep the Tennessee -
few days on the road from St. Cloudto will 12 with Judge T.
on July
convene club will raise the balance. la order
the Brevard county line, where it plan of operating the municipal light land a* an investment and will bench. The docket ,f'
'fiTRUCK\' in to the of the cur- interests M. Murphy on the that the pavilion shsJl be, in '
MEN WILL plant justice user not leave the city, his other
will connect with the road to Mel- Is I not a heavy one this time and the ball
in with the school
that the ance, keeping ,
rent. It ill not at all unlikely here being such that he considers Kis j
bourne and complete the connecting short in
session will likely be a one
ing-, it has been estimated that they,
? same plan will be adopted in regardto simmee his home, first, last and al-
Coast and Cen-
link between the East contrast to the last session when BO will cost not less than about $300.00
i SELECT OFFICERS tral Florida routes of the Dixie High the water plant alo. ways. "blind tll'erea_ were disposed -
many each. The ladies begin
Three propositions for public: improvements The land he secure by the trade I is of. are planning' '
have been sugee.teeltheshort which is very soon to raise their part of the. .
way.Capt. almost in
L. R. Farmer who is in
charge the St. tlmberl The jury drawn to serve at the July required amount of and they 7" r '
cut fill and bridge on marketable and I bring hima money,
of the road his convicts
New officers to serve du-ing the gang, moved off about term of court is as follows: appreciate the hearty cooperationof :
which cut
ks V Cloud road, would handsome return. The land, when
corning year will be named at a meeting and camp equipment from near Bas- two mile of the distance by going it Is cleared, is said to be fine for G. W. Ashton Jno. W. Barber A. the entire community; in their efforts Y Yr
senger to a point on the East Coast W. Gustn. G. D. Davis, W. H. John*. {, ''
V Fruit andTruck to and '
of the Osceola County provide adequate shade iti
> of the across the head of the lake alongsidethe growing tobacco, wheat oats and corn. : s r
branch in the e.stern'part Rull
Growers association to be held railroad track the paving of Main Emil Mach Charles Campbell protection from rain for the very large t c.
I !. city council hall tomorrow county where it crosses the right of street to the city {limits and the bulk- I Bass, E. A. Niemeyer, W. M. Davis, C. number of children who attend. our r ;1) .r
.t"" morning at 9:80: o'clock. All member way of the new road. The move was. heading of the lake. All of those will GUN CLUB -IMPROVEMENTS' I E. Carlston. public school. : \ ooi, ;'.
made of the South Florida '
4 i I..' :- are.urged that action to be present will bo a*takenlooking.toward it iaprobable &: by Gulf way'railroad, which new 1* now be, probably be given consideration at The.Kissimmee Gun'Club has just Capt. and Mrs. Clay Johnson will . \;, .4 r:rr' t. ;:

qtr''. the reorganization ofthe ing built from Kenansville to Bassen- the meeting next Tuesday. completed improvements in its range 'leave next week for a trip to,, San A number of persons have been asking -: 'i :'.. 'f\
;. .. ger. on the 1sJcefre In preparation for the I Francisco and other points in the westWhile lately; the meaning-'.the-, .r.'k,J.! ,\ ; 1
1v. association.proposition to be" discussJjEtmeeting Charles Penfield. ., Jaokmmvflle: big state clay pigeon contest to beheld in San Francisco they will visit alarm blown by the city"water and''.... y !ft' e"L.

\2iAnother:ed a* ] ':will be: a plan for,. E- H. Eggersglness left last Friday representing the Winchester Repeat. her a* a part of the Fourth of their con Amory Johnson, who I.i electrical light plant whistle. One lone'blast :', ; ,
,'V.. ? ftOl" planted so that. night for Milwaukee where Ice will \ng Arm company wa business July, celebration on next Monday.A : engineer for that city They will signifies that the-Are Is I. the central,1;: ,a""'
)'\\ir! a produced and buy- spend two week visiting relatives and visitor in the' city Wednesday: He shelter ha been built over the 'also -viait other relative in California. portion of the city.-? Two long blasts, 4. ,
will Monday to attend eat* for spectator which ''will now tuke. in the how that the flameev are.In the north, ; '
-\G'1Ib;; there ae..they' .1n.oUler, then. go San Francisco and San return on next and big exposition. ,, \' '
shoot.'of Kiuim- rare for between 100 and 200 person I r ." era sectioru \ThreelIJuta.1oeatea.the.If ,
+ to take in the the clay pigeon. a .
JI:! iODJI ..of;'Florida.. 'i = /: I Diego expects' be great about exposition.Hei .-three' mee Gun Club which wilt be -one of Be1d .othia.helter ha, been built I Miss Helen .Baa and Miss ,LilianPrenti Are In the southern sections 'A'wildest . a .
fi : gone
'i:: fVein.pPorter months and is great the principal',feature* of the blgcelebraUon te'Which: to store clay pigeon and the left Wednesday fsrtCairo; Ga., whistle gives,th.a',<<1af1ll and.;pre*. ''M ,
.: of St..Cloud, spentturdayhvlning.fn .
anticlpatiigas : '
"" *., 1 here on that day. 'rT club"record.' - for>a visit with reiati.aDdJ friend seder.the blast locating'.the car,,i a444; It
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country.5 A'J !' ; .(TIM tracV'of'land Is :rtpidly being .

FiA1STATEflANKiHIiSYStEM; !' i t"" quired always fn manufacture 'of CELEBRATION: :PLANS V\\ nY toiEiDots)'H r closed out. having proved very POPUlar -, '4

paving block,.\ For the'.jr rr reason .. since the work of building the
that it can readily be adapted to use "> Orlando-Klssimmee brick thorough
In any climate the -cypress' Wood-tex ARE ALLGOMPLETEDContinned 'UBERTy'pARK"SOLD fare was begun.

: block I II said to be'very much !more
ji1r; MADE STRONGEST IN NATION lasting than any other aiphaltic composition ,w i The Woman's bank in Berlin, the -

: ..: or creosoted wood blocks. ( from Page One.) Two more tracts in Liberty Park, only institution of its kind in the
\ Another point cited by'lts.orighiitor which lies JUst north of the city along world has proven to .be a failure and

IU: _- in its favor in contrast to asph, *i.!;.EJwi on two side a* they fAre .erred.I the Orlando road, were sold duringthe has gone into the hands of receiver.

5 L&t1 i The legislator! of 1915 enacted lwi pany to be organized or established of the kind usually laid I. that t1e t [charge Captain of the R. L.preparation Farmer of"Hill the l have ha/- past-week by Breaker Barclay One-fourth of all the wo

;rIt; to prevent officer, director or employe in the state of Florida." Wood-tex brick is produced at a nn- becue .f.ast and with a of assistants The purchasers were' Miss'- 'Marie art la Philadelphia receive aav '
..4 b4 i 1 of stats banks, trust companies And the punishment on conviction form heat and each brick I. equal J will that none of the meator Huddleston and Misses' E. Lavinla less than $6 per week one-thir..
'1?'''I and private banks from borrowing; the for violating this law runs to a fine of every other in this particular, wherea. other food is carried In wasteful Wenner andTJelen K. Sawyer, of the them less than $8. and four-fifths '

I money of depositors or from making; $1,000 or six; months' imprisonment, asphalt varies because of the nature quantities before the away hour of the Wenner-Sawyer company. Miss Hud than $10. !

,11 l illegal or unsafe investment, says the or both. of the processes of heating: and feast. He will have a corps of ten i dleston purchased a five-acre tract,
i jI I Florida Timea-Union. And chapter 6808, Laws of 1915, pouring it on the roadway when it is helpers to cook and guard the bar. 'while the Misses Wenner and Sawyer The first sound was transmitted by
Prior* the of this the further being laid. There is likewise uniformity ten in Boston June 2 1875.
4I to passage acts gives comptroller abilityto becue, which will be prepared and bought acres. telephone .
4 j chapter 6807, General Laws State of safeguard the people of the state, in Its composition( which its taken to the court house yard early t '
impossible - -- ----- -
in .
makers claim is also
.IIJ Flcjrida, there was absolutely no law since it provides that no applicationfor Monday morning. Here expert meat V
11- >.1, to prevent the officials' directors or letters patent can be made until other asphaltic materials. Th struc- cutters wil' it for the crowdsJ. .;
brick makes It Imperviousto prepare WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
ture of the
4 1" employes of any bank or banking after notice of intention has been filed L. Reaves will be boss meat cutter
L from borrowing any amount with the comptroller and his permis- water while the attributes of cypress -
company be assisted! by Joe and John Powers and
caused it to
which have
of the of the and sion has been given.
money depositors Mr. Wiggins. H. N. Uratton will havi
'; c the loans could be made in as large Florida has waked up at last, after I known as also the to"wood the brick eternal"made arc from imparted charge of making. the coffee and will! THE STATE UNIVERSITY, FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR

amount a. the cashier or president repeated urgings by the comptroller' name a number of assistants to serve WOMEN TALLAHASSEE FLA.HlKhest .
saw' fit to make. and today l is in a position to put some- 'cypres waste. bread cutters. A separate system GAINESVILLE. FLA.
The character of the new brick alf Standard the those of the
bank failures causedby same as
in for
In fact, the president, or any director body jail will care for dispensing the coffee. standard, ranking with the
makes it easier to handle in shippingand best colleges and universities In the t
of the old operations which I .InrKfut and best Universities of the *
i many will "
: of a bank or banking company there is absolutely no chipping or while the breat and meat cutters country.
North and East.SH7
having sufficient deposits to enable it now are directly and positively for- is the with -vitrified work behind the rows of tables, from Modern buildings and equipment; all
breakage as case modern conveniences.
much have borrowed bidden. force of waiters will student last nomilon. Total enrollment
4: to loan that could which another
471 'students' regular summer
brick. :
639 Hummer School.
4 $10(JOOO; without any security And while the legislature was on the The manufacture of this brick from serve the food to multitudes as they Including term; total enrollment"l\; \ session
whatever, and that not in violation of matter of protection from fradulent through the aisles between the Tultlqn tree excepting 120.00 per 83..
sawdust will furnish a use for pass for law. free In Normal
semester Tuition and
operations in state banks, it went fur- cypress College
law of the statute booko. It is tables and the railinps.
any "
the of this class ef lum- School.
gratifying that this condition ((10 longer ther and declared that under penalty by-product will of Besides the barbecued beef, mutton For further Information address: Fur: catalogue and Information write
ber which mean a big source
'J41 exists, for the 1915 legislature in for non-compliance these banks should what and pork there will be pilau and fish A. A. MUHl'HHKK. I'KKSIUENT. EDWARD CONRADI PRESIDENT
income from formerly
was an
ij passing chapter 6807, placed in the be made the subject of the same publicity j I absolute worthless item. As it is therein hundreds of pounds of each. J. Mc-
hands of the comptroller. power to that the federal banking laws ) Phatter will be in charge of cookingthe
in the
probably more waste manufacture -
regulate loans, or Investments. and to prescribe for national banks. fish while Johi L. Beaman has .
unsafe and it vests in Chapter 6809, Laws of 191 fi, pro- of cypress any in of the ,
i1 i prevent ones; been placed charge preparing
in vides that these banks shall make full other. There are millions of cords of C-UL.L.BOE) OK L.1HERAL. ARTS FOR MKN. The standards are the hlgtvest.Kqulpment .
him to receiver
' i. power appoint a and complete reports to the comptroller small poles cut out in making a trail pilau. for work In science unsurpassed. A strong faculty and a well estab-
any case when in his judgment such that could be The rogram printedp in an adjoining llbhfd reputation.
bank or banking company "is threatened in such form as he may prescribe, into cypress swamps column is the official list of events COL.L.KUK; OK LIHRHAL ARTS FOR WOMEN. Separate buildings. Liberal t.
I, \ with because of and whenever called for by him; and ground up into dust for use in the Arts and Courses for School Teachers. Domestic Science.COL.L.KU19 .
be and
insolvency illegal and cut out
preserved by
manufacture of this brick. Besides may OK LAW. Three professors who are College and Law Graduatesgive
within ten days after such
2 or unsafe investments or loans, or report these there the and those who wish to keep track of the their entire time to instruction In this department. Magnificent law library -
are tops stumps,
otherwise." been called ofr. the bank shall publish the will also practice ( class rooms and debating club rooms.COLLBUK .
; J"} various events of day. It
this report in a newspaper pub- !now useless for lumber, which might : OK:.r'I'rN;;; ( ) ]" AND SCHOOL OK MECHANIC::: ARTS. Mech-
44 This power is also extended over lished in the county wherein the bankis also be used. Without these it is stat- serve to aid residents of the city in anical. Civil. Electrical and Chemical Engineering and Manual Training Courses "
\'l bankers firms and trust guiding the strangers to the various leading to degrees Fine new buildings costly equipment.
i : banking located, and shall file a of the ed that even after the logs have been /
copy attractions.A THACHKR8' COLLKUK.: a-degree. The entire equipment of the
i companies. publication together with an affidavit I taken to the mills there is an absolute attractions College of Liberal Arts-and the Normal Schoel Is used for the benefit of those \ ,
number of have
I Therefore, it is seen, that since the of publi"aUonwith the comptroller, loss of about half. With the manu new pursuing" this course.
been> added to the and it is COL.LKUK: OK BUSINESS. Bookkeeping best methods. In all .
facture of Wood-tex brick in program by Banking j
t of the act of 1915, the \ Cypress
passage comptroller under a penalty of $100 a day for.
expected that in addition to the Kis- Its branches. Shorthand and typewriting. Rlectlve courses open In other :t
i'i has which he long desired successful operation the ordinary mill '>:
power each day: after the periods respectively Band there departments Large faculty and commodious buildings.
Concert will be
and sought for, but which has I mentioned in the chapter, attaches I would produce in sawdust alone from ifmmee ritKPAHATOKr ACADEMY.' Graduates prepared to enter: Harvard. Yale. :
two drum from St. Cloud and I'rtnreton. Cornell. Michigan. Chicago and all first class .
hitherto been denied him. for the regular sawings enough material corps colleges. .J
failure in
compliance. probably a visiting band to furnish MUSIC SCHOOL. A 10.000 pipe organ a large number of pianos, large faculty -
The fact that hitherto such for the manufacture of about
power There were over $3,000,000 on deposit 20,000 thorough courses of study if
4 has not been in his hands, has been the in the state banks, trust companies brick daily, according to the estimateof music during the day. ART SCHOOL New studio. Costly casts, models. etc. Museum of Fine .
1 L cause of the loss of thousands of dollars and private banks of Florida Mr. Tucker. This could be used One of the big events to occur late Arts. Regular and special courses I1v..n.Addr."a. .
in the day will be the grand water battle JOHN H. "T) 'I'"ON UMIVBHSITV.DeLand. Fls.A ".
t to the people of the state through without further preparation or
more on the first day of May, 1915. any between -- o' !
U large loans made without sufficient or the of the installation of machinery. But on Broadway two teams
9 j than there were on 31st day any
in addition this machines could be chosen from the volunteer fire de- '.
security whatever. million to
December and
any 1914 nearly a f
1k For years the comptroller has been more than there were December 31, installed to grind up the useless timber with hose Each and team will will battle be equipped against Corner Franklin & :

v4 i urging such legislative power as he 1913. for thousands more brick. So thereat the other, the winners to be given a BELL CAFE

k saw was essential for the welfare of And the last ten months has been a once opens up a new industry which cash prize. It is expected! that this I TAMPA, .
depositors in Florida banks, and he appears to have wonderful economical
period which, if depositors had the exent will furnish amount of
a great
urgently requested the 1913]; legislature east doubt of security or even felt advantage in the utilization of what fun. Two !teams will be made as New and modern. The cleanest and best restaurant in the dly. Good '
has for years been n deail waste and up : Best cuisine.. Prices reasonable. Right' in the center of shopping '
to pass the needed acts, l but without nervous over possible happenings it I (follows] : Tom Walk-r assistant chief r"l
t avail. And prior to this spring'ssession \be the and the I absolute loss to) I the lumberman engaged lake. Unirn Station; cer and get off at I ranklin' Street. .,f
f was to expected lineup and his team James liuckles, Kd. (Cornell
; .
: >' all that could be had in the old storking banks would show an increase in t the miitipfxcture of cypresstlmb.'I' , Kd. Newton !Marvin (;oOd nan. .;.++..+ +++:.+ >->- .>

way of remedial legislation was acts in deposits and the aggregateresourc .
i Sam Lupfer and !Max Krity. R. 1) '.
I for the protection of savings banks of these hits To prove the commercial val u.* of
name banks increased I| Pullman ,chief and his team Kd. Rob
his dr''fHI"I, to establish, its absolute -J
and trust companies. to !May 1. from March 4. 191f! j I (arts K. E.: Magee, Welch Hill Nick
i Since 1889 there have been fourteen nearly $2)0)0()() ()() while the loans and practicability." " Mr. Tucker is 'South and Frank't7"1.. All the n nWe

l state bank failures in Florida-rover- discounts; show only a decrease of now making arrangements to lay a I olh( events are fully explained in the HIDES WANTED
section of of Wood
ing a period of twenty-six years. Of $129,000] for the period, when the pavement Cypress | (official program. .
tex brick to of thebrick
these seven were small banks with rest of the country has been crying replace a portion
stock-of each and located constriction and retrenchment to paving at the corner of Broadway InTAJ.; J.; -i.16-ENTS:
capital $15,000 an Emmett street and Stewart avenue I ALL want you to become one of our regular shippers.; We
in small communities not large extent that has shown most strongly

_ enough to warrant their establishment in many banking centers. during the coming week. It is Editor Valley Gazette: will pay you every penny your hides are worth. !We I know
: ; or in communities where there I The resources- of the state banks hoped to begin this work in this section -I Hark! Also hist! Listen to that

were already banks and the field was trust companies and private banks of of roadway on Wednesday after wild. wierd worried, woeful and withal that the only way we can successfully run our business ;

: too small for competition. j|I Florida are nearly $2,000,000 more the proper permission has been sought wrathful clamor which wells up-
is fair and
1 Many of those failed banks showed I;'than they were December :31. 1913, andCrllnh.d.All/ of the interested in the ward from the environs of Kissimmee to treat our customers square. Try us. I Ii I
men new IV
evidences of the work and when the countr" at large was prosperous and Shingle Creek and rebounds and ,

this was responsible promoter's for some of them, and Florida in particular was has paving all of material the advantages are positive over that oth"rs it resounds along our "Lake of the Sabel Bros. Inc. Jacksonville, Fla. if
toasting .
/. since they were organized more for its independence.The which have been claimed and Sleeping Tiger, and ricochets and

the purpose of getting the commis- foll..wing comparative *statement that the test made ut this muchly are used sure echoes southward over Kissimmee Reference: Barnett National Bank, Jacksonville

sions which were paid by the stock- of the condition of state banks, of the will river and its prairie shores, and finally
portion city paving
proveto "ground-circuited, in the burnt umber '.
L holders. trust companies and private banks, issued the world that their faith in the'discov..ry is ;

,., But all of this is done away with' by the banking department of the is well founded. The success waters of Lake Okeechobee) -- 5 .

't now by chapter 6811, which provides. comptroller's office as of date May 1, of the venture will mean much to This clamorous 'discord--what and .. .. l. 11tt c10
-- .. -"" .. .. .. a a -
'It shall be unlawful for any person should please and satisjfy\! even the Florida, where more economical why is it? One might imagine thatin r1r. .. -\I.: '-- '*
doubtful of the Thom- it combined the hairraisingwails .. .
most .
,or association of firm or doubting are ,
persons cor- material is a crying need and in 1
relative the of Irish I bansjiec>> the harrowing ..-:- .
Oration to pay or to receive in payment ases, to strength, safety the utilization of what has been for an ,
1 stock other thing and prosperity of this state s financial laughs of a loon the raucous . I
any money, or years an absolute loss of a byproductof thunde
of value commission depositories: croaks of a crow, the rous coo- OURMEATS r2 :.
as or compensation a large industry.
,,I.C directly or indirectly for service Aggregate resources and liabilitie ings of a crocodile, the shrill caterwauls They AreAppreciated /1 1It

in securing subscriptions to the of the state banks, trust companiesand of a bereaved catamount, the I A

< A" : original capital stock or any increase private banks of Florida, on Dec- THREE DEATHS HERE rumbling bellowings of a bull, the ;V

.:' ((!: thereof, or for the promotion or organization embre 31i 1913. December 31, 1914, shrieking of a steam calliope the .

; ,! .. of any bank or trust com March 915 and May 1, 1915. songs of a sawmill, the resinous
DURING PAST WEEKR. croons of a tin-can squedunk, and the :
,3 ,;' Resources.- Deo. II, nil I> e- U14 Mar. 4. HIS May ITTtlt devil-scaring strain of a Chinese .
!f'> '" Loans and discounts _.2,1I.O.Uta,947.O2.1S I18.17&.046.86 IS8.04f7z29.S8 band. It might be any one of these.
rT: .' Overdrafts _________,---- 6$,148." 61.741.19 86.111.11 6.967.92 Or a composite of some or all. But
,i Bonds, stocks A securities 1.804,814.116- J.10,783.80 3.47.887.61 1.118.748.61a S. DICKERSON AND WILTSE not so.For. Our customer find on eat a
.8 Hanking hous. furniture
t,; :, (futures -___----___ 1,477.71 08 S.78H.07Z 1.761.716 2,761.622 61 TYNER. OLD RESIDENTS, ANS- it is merely the torutured out- ing our Steaks, Roasts and

hl ? ;; Other real estate owned ITI,181.01 364,619 449.S49.10 461.673.37 WER LAST ROLL CALL, WHILE cries of G. B. Woodall and the thump Stew. that we have not. misrepresented -
l>ue from banks & bank'rs 6,641,847.41 6.603.436 8,730.434 - -
Cheeks other cash Items 6(6.704 ing of his anvil hammer against having the quality. We
4p. 43A.669 349,692 400.304( 15I OTHER VICTIM OF GRIM REAPED
Cash on hand __H_______ i. 78. oo.oo 2.074.760 1.934.188_ 1.677.714 123UiT Osceola county's commissioners ( 3G 0 FA S T believe that those who depend
----- -" SON OF E.
.. Total un_______ 14 3.78 9>7lli7.44Liabilities. : 343.42l74lTTS $43.817.091: 80 $ : IS INFANT J. step on his purse and squeeze there .. ,
......." ." RUSH. from 3.76 CENTS (three and seventysix ,5PTo.-i_ on us to give them

Capital stock ______ _-__I S.501.SOO t 7.266.10000 | 7.273.10000 I 7.26II.CIHI' 0(1( one-hundfedths of a oent) to assist
I Surplus A und'v'ed profits 3.10'.70675 3.32623419 3.106.70032 8.1 44.92 34 agricultural and benefit thiscounty's The Best Meats the Market
iJepostt. --_______- _--__ SO.614.797.67 28.160.711 6S 29437.337 K9 31.827.022 78 Three deaths were recorded in and progress on
farmers and fruit
Due to banks and bankers 1.178.899 78 999,294 44 1120.933 1.648.653 Kissimmee during the week. growers.
s Other liabilities -_ ____ 2.118.nS. 8.680,077 2.8K0.020 22 2.V29.664 64 near past For that is the sum ((3.76 CENTS)
-" - *' more than have occurred a like shall not be disappointed. It is only by retaining the confidence of
'Totals -_- -__--::. - -___$43.789.157.44$43.421,417 53 143,817.091 80 146,311.693 33u which is heartlessly taken from Mr.
here in months. Those I
period many __
Woodall by taxation this in that remain and
; year support our customers we can hope to prosper in the meat
--- - - - --- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - who answered the last roll call were
of the United States Departmentof
R. S. Dickerson and Wiltse Tyner, old business.
.. Mr. Tucker believe the Cypress Wood- residents and the infant of J. E. Agriculture's representative in Os
: i NEW CYPRESS BRICKMAILOWER I I tex brick will be. Rush. son ceola county during the last twelve

The bricks which have been made months. "-.
R. S. Dickerson. Mr. Woodall to know that
as experiments have not been the full 1 ought
COST size paving blocks, but these will now U. S. Dickerson. 74 years of age, Osceola county's agricultural expertB.

be turned out according to the died last )Friday night at his home ( E. Evans) can teach him or any I
recognized -
I standard measurements of 3x near Shingle Creek station, of Bright's other farmer hereabouts some one

(Continued from page 1)) 4x9 inches. The regulation brick will disease.months. He has been ill for several thing in agriculture that is or wouldbe l5he Central Market"In
worth times 3.76 CENTS.
weigh in round figures five pounds, or many
interests at Beaver Falls, Pa., and J. about one-half the weight of vitrified Funeral services were held at the Even if not so, Mr. Woodall should i

c M. Hughes, Sr., a lumberman of extensive brick paving blocks. One of the big grave in Shingle Creek cemetery by consider his 3.76 CENTS well spent I > 1
the Hub of the f
interests in Beaver Falls, Pa., who points in favor of the new brick is the the Rev. Mr. Branscomb. as an investment in the cause of ex- City.

i'1tr has been in direct charge of the experiments | quickness with which it can be pro- Mr. Dickerson came here from Ore perimentative agricultural science and

which have led up to the duced, it being/ stated by both Mr. gon some twenty years ago. He leavesa progress. 'Phone 209. 18 Broadway. ,
..t final production of the brick. Tucker and Mr. Hughes that these widow and one son in Oregon. I know how it feels to be a mossback.

: : The acordlng to present I brick can be loaded on cars ready for Wilts Tyner. Mr. Woodall. "Once upon a time" I

plans will company De incorporated on a scale shipment within twelve hours after Wiltse Tyner died last Friday night was one. It is bad for one's system; I
,t U( sufficiently% large to produce brick not I I manufacture. The brick under the at the tome of his son, Jesse Tyner, also bad for the body politic's system.At I lr* VI> Jlr'' Vlr/>> aVb"y *|

!J: only for local consumption in Florida process now used is subjected to a corner Sumner street aad Randolphavenue one time I derided the typesetting JSwope's

''1 .# but to supply the paving markets of pressure of from 50 to 100 tons, giving of dropsv after a loVig illness. machine as a fizzle-even after I saw

j, the entire United States. The company I the completed article a pressure Mr. Tyner was 54 years of age and "I it in successful operation. Then, too, I I C. ::-i (

.) r 4 is in its formulative state, but greater to the square inch than is now leaves a widow, two married daugh- I was opposed to government owner-

.1. f 'j promises to become one of the largest given to the square foot i in any paving ters and a son at Winter Haven. He ship of telegraph lInes-because it

concerns of its kind in the country composition in use. In other words a had been living here for a number of was "too paternal," forsooth. I was Pony Farm

.,, when its organization is completed completed roadway of this f paving I years and had many friends who will converted from my mossbackism, however

I1- : and active business begun. block would be from three to four inches regret to learn of his death. The funeral as to these matters-and also as

., The idea which has its concrete ex- in thickness, according to which was held Monday morning at to other phases of industry and gov KISSIMMEE FLORIDA-

pre salon in the brick which will be side is laid (both can be used) whereas 10 o'clock at the residence the Rev.A. ernment.So .
_ _
'4 S known as CypreuWood-tex Brick was no asphaltic pavement is laid at J. Holt officiating. Burial was at Mr. Woodall, you would better

:5 conceived by Mr. Tucker several years that thickness and the greatest possible Shingle Creek cemetery. seek the repentant-sinner bench in I ,'it
: \ ago. Ue first experimented with rosin pressure given it in laying is Infant Rush. the sanctuary of Progress. You Welsh

4 and cypress sawdust, but found that nothing like as great. One of the infant twin sons of Mr. I would feel better as a CONVERTED

fr I the inflammable nature of rosin precluded The process it to be patented and and Mrs. J. E. Rush died last Saturday I mossbaek. No longer would you lament : F
al. Full-blood! Welsh
like et
S .4 its use. lIe called the idea to negotiations to that end are now pend- morning. against paying :

.:' : 'I! \ the attention of others, who had been ing. Machinery to be used in the Shprt funeral services were held at 3.78 CENTS to assist agricultural -T- Shetland Stallion

.. .\ working along the same lines without manufacture of the brick la now being the home Saturday afternoon by the I progress. I ;r
: \ success and finally became associated designed by Mr. Hughes and it will Rev. S. W. Lawler and the intermentwas --

I with ilr.. Hughes, who had likewise also be patended so that the originators made in Rosehill cemetery. QUARREL OVER DOG IS I Standsat-$1OCash

been"studying a composition brick of will be fully protected against in- I SAID TO HAVE CAUSED When BredIf
,* this character. Mr. Hughes has been frin ementa. More bread is wasted by the well-to- i DEATH OF ARCADIA MAN ;
the of It is claimed do classes of than i. eaten,
: working upon plan using hydroUna fpr the new paving England
and cypress sawdust for about a block that It is more lasting even than allege> Cathcart Watson M. P. Sev Arcadia.-A quarrel over a dog, It I. mare fails to gel la foal, j .

. ,' yearth' last two month of which vitrified brick and can be delivered in eral speakers at the recent inaUtak.oC alleged caused the killing at Labelle $5 wM be retired ,

haft been ipant at the Everglade Cyprasscompany'a Florida at considerable less cost than hygiene meeting to consider the question of Morris Whidden by J. D. Ben ton. -

: plant? at Loughman, the older paring material. of food in war time, complainedthat Both men are orange growers.. .Benton I
C E ''w...... .tvTwaa assisted by his son. J. The new block 1s black In color, restful the nation Is notoriously wasto- walked to Arcadia and gave him- Also On Spotted Colt for.S .

._ 1'I t (. Jru' Previous to his efforts to the eyes: and perfectly noiseless ful with JU food. -elf up. Whidden was the con of TU- _ _ _ _ _

<:;E ;"..along -tiSrliaa'Mr.:.Hnghaa had been even .more.. than asphalt or eroaoted itt ',Whlddea. who was prominently \. r C-*

I! ''' i' :: ,axparimentiar "a*'*** othara upon a wood block BOW raoognisad .. chill claim that the Island. of connected with the old Ashley-Whld- .

4",,;"'"'of crk brick mad bjr a'......hat almlla the leaden la thia particular.: The Chlloe. oCr iU wait coast, w the ertgi.nal den fead... C. E. SWOPI: ,>

< > proo s > iBijck of thia character.. blocks: can b* manufactured at differ- home of the potato **** been .
aWjbaiaff. aada. bat it .haa not proven ant beaU a. -as t* aoit climatic cultivated that* sine arty la UM ftf- The now panitaas have KngUsh Pe o. Box 636 !MBlBmecns. '

t*:ba M,practical,as Mr. .Hughee aad,.endlt&.a. Ia Tartotu Net..... a* Uw CI8Idrp7. ,. ray band -

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a'J' r R l l. G c :CI86.II gad Ilav rl .... dear ,Ne( wslgt for lest vssul to hoe* ta ateaavD .W.-tr.,' : Ja.: .. =e.w. .
appearing. label shoal lie tw. .... csjvat tisMrunta r tile water bopis velt at .k*
\ '"" -. ".",.' ,=,, : Z aas a. pound sight --.., to boil.keep it bolting steadily 8JtADrORD DAn' _ ..... <
'" :; r .Baby tusti, T* be packed U No. t for tt*'tta* required. .Seal the Jan ta .....a Ns Dedeutttt. ......... ...' .....:t$; "
'To; Cagagrqub ._ .. la 'th* ahaka can gently: to oSapUo an air Uoomorod easd.: a..oat thirty;: baby air-tight'temporarily at and of pro- Meek the s..u. The a alep. .va ,1.t ,
; within the can.' Now dean and wipe best* t* each can, maximum aix* MM ortii. >g aad retnov*' them from th* edduuaUes.I*tltrMahighest -.*.. ** ..
S'I nportant that TOM cwt ready the.groove around the opening. ,'Blip and CIIII Ia1f, inch. U diameter,and k hTCaias: careful not to Dow a cold CATALOGUE I OF THE FLORIDA necsiv. .dentgeo e! $10
.....i by aeeurins in on cap and weigh before average else see. inch: ia diameter.*. draft to sots thoav Ia Intermittent STATE COU.EGK FOR type; and at ta* Isee.t4..1
't*-- T aa Jar*. cam be acre of having required weight X caa>. t* hav* at least sixteen ounces proflstjaiac,raise the damp of sack Jar WOMEN. can de *. within th* border *t.theirwa 6 '\ .
f-m-cI 6., Fluxing sad capping-Apply 1M whole ,bets and foar.eM liquid. at beginning of each processing to .... Young won;** who eto.. .
a* that you wall nothing flux carefuDT: around the groove. a l- Net weight -which' appear, oa label allow for expansion. Seal at dote of The' catelon *f the Florida State thinking' of attending tOC. 1ft IM?
l .go to waste. It is abo of the lowing __ of .it to enter 1M caa.: U.. should be for No. X ,can: on*,.ponad each: prooanauic. Tit bemvetic Jar Is Oellcire for Worn**,, whkh U now being It1. aheuld write to th* president %t
; :,arr your iastractians and 'followth ad- mad ; plea of clean white Okrav-Net weight of content (la interest DOt only to every dales who loges.
w,.' of roof.county agent carefully cloth around end of a small stick. No. X can: should appear oa label two Stor* products ia a cool dry, has a daughter t* send to ;( -'that )'OIIr'.1trodud8 mayb'of fin. Th flax i* used to make the colderadhere pounds._,Only young tender okra 'plac*. every on! who take pride in th* TO COLOR BLOVSG&. _.
;i quality.! dab member;must follow to th* tin; Apply the dean:: should be packed and it U bed to .imply 8. l..bellntrBetor-e labeling wash progr*** of al* stete educational. iaUtutkma. > W'h.n a white .ilk .* crp.* d* shin.
..,'the** instructionor canning. that hot e&pt'iftl""Po holding' the cap: in remove cap without cutting into and polish each jar. Plats the label ont : Ta book (ivos the history' blouse i become* yollw an.'WUIblfttr .- 'much i
all product may be uniform and of plae with the center rod.while you i seed pod and pack it wholes Brun.addedu U plain aide of the Jar midway be- ef the college. read show this subetantial .It s'as'h. tinted .. that It' rt
standard pack. ,Tack theM rule up lower the steel, tarn It steadily until explained In the tables tween the ...... on*>fourth Inch from' an..uit has made sine it was will lob Ilk*'nWv Buy a hWe" red
>.y you a* :you work and observe every to* solder flow Hold the rod firmly Peppers.-No. X can* to contain' between the lower ode On every label mast founded. Tb. list of th. faculty and or srroa ink. or any color that U dr,
ODe of them. Remember that. th and lift the steel with a,sodden twist eight and tea pepper flat No. appear the name of the contents name other officers' exclusive of the state tred. and pour It Into the riMe water:
i .,"..uJ.BraucIlabel can b. used only oa to awing the molted Bolder around th* 1 can to contain for oar five whole and address of the packer and net boards; comprise torty-oigat ...... awl dip the waist late
the beet and that Cray,can you pack groove' evenly.. peppers, and net weight of contents. weight in pounds and ounce Th* plant u deecribed coosUte! a of a btU *f red Ink will tits
I '* up to thai standard* ifrS 7. Exhanstingv-Place the can in appealing oa the label should be for SCOT fr ..-{,, ; Qaality*f CaaaedFraita campus of 103 acre and ava buildIngs color ta a flesh tinted garment .r wilt j
ld.:,\ By *o doing yon can BOOM a trap and lower into boiling water to No...X can: not; less than on pound or aad Vqetaw.e.Bcoon Including a new $*OO dlaing. gtv* a yallewod waist a Mlcato iakcolor.
,rood market and sustain your.'reputation within one Inch: of the top to drive the flat No. 1 can not loss than sight Score room. Information U aHvsa also .*... tv rytlm. th*waist UwasaoA '
"' 'for fin. product. air oat of the can. lit them stay _lice&, of 100 of SO corning the terms of admission to the should ....... the tola Uoatsaaa.
'' .. *- The United State food and drugs tae! shortest time possible to drive oat Soup mlxtorev-Should consist of a 1. Appearanc* __________SS T 14 college and the work of the various It U such aa **sy thlar .. 4* and
'j .act require* that food In package the air. Ordinarily three minute* ia mixture which: ia mad. ia the proportion fa) CeIor.b ..- Graduate quite a \
.,. 'form which are chipped from one state enough and tile temperature need not>> of on*-half tomato pulp* one- ( ;) Oeameea.I. School College of Ass and ScUnc added to wtsewr.b.* limMdingy .
'to another should hare) the quantity again roach boiling' before the can fourth corn or tiny lima neens. and.frtk Texture _____..._____10 S the Normal School the CollegeTil old waiata.TV .
u w of the content plainly and eonspicu- are taken out Frequent exhaust- -.- okra with seasoning added. S. Flavor ______..._____10 6 Ark Expression and Music u wall. a* '
4 f ixmsly marked. This applies to canned Ing i* done at 180 degree Fahrenheit. On altos of onion two inches in diameter 4. Uniformity __________IS 4 11a concerning th eork carried oa name *f ..OBM; l, OO.Ttoathsoldiers
"fruits and vegetables, in which: CaM Exhausting i* nee......,.. If omitted should be added to each No. Xcan. ( ) Ripeness.b throughout t state by the extension wh haw boa killW ar* %a r
4 :the I net weight should be *tat.d in the air left ia the can expand, eaus- The tomatoes should lie boated ( ) Appropriate else division of the homo economics de be found la the otial of that'
pounds and ounce*. Many tate* hare lag it to bulge. Th can: may not; resume rubbed through a sieve and cooked 5. Pack (arrangement .16 __ 4 Ida partment. Among the Items of interest country's capital. Fourteen" at theM:
( !'similar requirement It la illegal to normal shape again or if it doe down to about the >consistency of Container ---------- _15 4 1-S to those who expect to go to col wr priests and..ltaita.*. mmben
.act] a package containing lea than the and i* exposed to a warmer temperature ketchup before measuring; then COI'1lo 'Appropriate package.Label. lege !soon ar* the calendar for the of the aristocracy .
net weirht' stated the label. okra onion and seasoning should be ISNo. ) .
on it again expand giving!
k ?*, ,,Th direction in this circular enable appearance, may oC- a "aWelL" Thi will added and cooked until corn and okra Neatness. --- .- ._ ,... - -. ... J....
you not only to comply with federal prevent sale not only of the can but are about three-fourths don Netweight Standard -Draad"" Canned Fruit. .
'(regulation but also to produce the may also cut off future order Furthermore of contents appearing on label Figs--Net weight contents No. S -
'quality required for standard product: the presence of air may of No.\ 2 can should be one pound four enamel-lined can of fica should appear lot }

,;. t > Preparation for Canning' in Tin. cause the tin to dissolve more readily and one-half ounces.Prepersti.a on label not leas than one pound six I' Thm Favorite Store of KfuImntt*. ;, : I. s
fluk.. for Canning la Glass. '
Making -Put some commercial and enter into the food. Exhausting ouncesv-- Fig should remain whole and .
'l: i 'hydrochloric (muriatic!) acid in a glass ii required where the "4H-Brand" label Jars..-The glass top jar with wire No. 2 can contains about thirty to .
". / ,'or crockery vessel (not metal), add is used. clamp Is the best type of Jar for use thirty-fire whole flgs. ' "
;f strici of sheet zinc until no more can 8. Tipping.-Close the small hole in intermittent processing. If products Peaches.-No. 3 can to have at least I "
I' ,', be dissolved. To this add an equal in top of can immediately after ex- are sold a good commercial jar one pound five ounces solids) and eleven
.!.r'quantity of water. Label this "flux" hausting. Apply flux as /or capping is necessary.- Commercial jars when ounce liquid; to contain betweenten FURNITURE ? ..
*';i, and use carefully. When canning and use-a little wire solder. Hold the purchased in gross quantities are and twelve halve of poaches and ,
4 ,have one v.aaet"a can will do) with solder with left hand near the hole and cheaper than household jars and can have net of contents appearing .
..'t'." enough flux in it ta clean the tools. barely touch the hot copper to it so be chosen in appropriate size for each on label not less than two pounds. I.. .
.I Keep separately I iiUKglass bottle, the that only a bead will drop and cover product. A ten or twelve ounce jar Pears.-Net weight in No. 3 can
''" quantity to be usedltfsealing cans. the hole. This makes a neat tip. with glass top and screw rim can be should be not less than two pounds '
'f L Cleaning; and tinning the steel and 9. Proce slnc.-Boil cans which effectively used for preserves, jams having eleven ounces liquid one pound;!I
,.copper.-4t 1 I. of first importance to have been exhausted and tipped to pickles, 4tc. Another good type of five ounces solids, and between twelve -WE HAVE IT\! \
[:. \ ** ; iq good condition? These may need to boiling vigorously when the cans go and can be had in different sizes .-No. 3 can blackberries or '
?,!?d :- 'be rubbed with coarse sandpaper orion in. Lower cans slowly under the for various products. A fourouncesize raspberries net weight two pounds; '
a soft brick to smooth them or water and look out for any showers is suitable for individual service No. 2 cans, net weight one pound six may have to be filed to take the rust or bubbles from a can. This shows a ten-ovnce size for general -use. ounce. whole berries weighing aboutonehalf NI
1 off. In the latter care must be that it leaks at the from which Assemble all supplies and utensils
case point of total In each case. Berriesto I* ceaseebe with our Harawart Ua* w* carry' a CeajpUt '..
U'Off, 1.( taken to keep the edge of the steel the bubbles come and must be taken such as jars, new rubbers and lids be large, whole, of good color and :. .
'1, r true. But the capping steel and tipping out and resoldered. Begin countingtime wooden spoons, paddle, one-half pint Ha* ef furniture.( W* make a specialty *l atfittkf he***., a. iaaadl ,
,'ft t copper must be kept tinned or when the water first boils after measuring cup, measuring spoons, reUable) ,t I Ie
)' coated with solder to make the solder immensing the cans. Keep it boiling paring knives, sugar salt, soda etc., j.. .
; ,flow evenly when sealing. Have ready constantly. In intermittent processingthe convenient place in whichto 666 "
r''t in a can a handful of sal ammoniac vegetable is processed for one houron work. Bed Room Furniture Dining, t.
:? '" mlxed with a few piece of solder. Heat each of three successive day. The Steps to Be Taken in Canning- This ls. preeeripnoa prepared especially ,

r the already smoothed capping steel or time is sometimes reduced to two days Glass. for MALARIA or CHILL *V rCVlW. Outfits Peu- '
--t. r tipping copper until almost red hot, with very young string beans and The steps, 1, 2, and 3 under "Can- I Five or eta doses will break bardU RoomSuitsbKitchen k'" 'tD
.....'" dip into the flux, then into the sal some other more easily sterilized veg- ning in Tin," are also followed when takes thee as a tale the Fever not Rockers :"
'-Z'*\ ammoniac and solder, turning it about etables. It is not possible to give you packing in glass.' Sterilize jars by return. It...* oa the liver better thea }
i4. sand, rubbing until bright and wells the shortest time which may be used placing them in a vessel side down, Calomel sad does mot &ri,.vs sicken 2Se '
'I i. coated with solder. Then dip into the. safely because of the varying condi covering with cold water bringing to Couches Etc. _'
+, ;' flux again. tions. a boil and boiling for fifteen minutes. '!

'J"-.i Preparation of vegetables. ser 10. Cooling.-Cool all capped products 4. Packing..- ftsr selecting fruitor CATTLEMENATTENTION -.,._. .+nry; -
'!J.i 5. /' t, : quickly) possible to atop vegetables for uniformity in .!tze
a* as
tLf; nghaving theavegetables orpfruit.a the cooking which breaks down the and quality (see score), it should be TU store b smaklag a record fr totlf !. ... asatUr. it. '

.'-:..- .: utely fresh crisp and clean and fruit and injures:; the flavor and color. arranged with reference to symmetry aalpias; ...... t. ..tit...... Cs ud .*., Ou ark** are ..'
M,(i' .:kept cool. Have all surroundings and Plunge can into' very cold water Immediately and the best us. of the space within Control your own rancrea about right. ,
h&v.'\ 'utea l and the In the fruit to.OIl acres, almost solid bodr-ample
$ $ spotlessly clean carry on especially when processing jar. placing or vegetable !
*o/i.:', i-;,. > $* Flea beginning to end of any. intermittently. Never stack: cans close la a far, a thin, slender flexible water facilities, luxuriant: growth. of
v i.i. lot [ (dinning a* rapidly a* possible.j together until entirely cold. paddl. made out of cane is useful. This grass'-will lease for term of rears.Location .
BT j rAjrooa slogan is hour from 11. Labeling..-After eight to ten paddle is also used to take out the -Southern Oeoeola county
.. \?, Afield to the can." First have can and days, or immediately before selling' bubbles of air by running it down the Use rear funds In the cattle lnIel".... TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSN : : '-
: 'lid* thoroughly washed and scalded. label all cans. Place the sealed enddown side of the jar to touch these bubbles Can b. fenoed ;at email expanse:
'"" ,rtI I Sort and grade fruit, discarding all de- so that the opposite end will after the liquor has been added to 'our open rans IB fast disappearing, ; '

: rfective 1 ones, and use together those appear at th top when placed on the I Iahill. the pack. ntreatd letter IMBIW write your today position for farther sew.par-If atattr Waal Ida*] .1 u EafiM ,.. Ivn Cla, (thial.; .1 -4.t..'
of sam sis*. Use only uniformly. well 6. Adjusting' the cap-Beto. placing tlcvUra,
Use a rather dry paste, and put: '
yes" ,,..ripened products. In canning the fir. it only on the libel at the end so that the cap be sure that the rubber la .RaOraai ar Statleur1lq1a.-w> hart xactrjr ... T*.ti yeti I "

:t' JjVor U retained only when young ten- no paste will touch the tin. If paste I flattened in Its groove without the HARRY A. HUNTER. ae.J ht yes. neyday w.iWen'OIIn, ..... IaD ,

':t. "'*' ';dir; quickly grown vegetable are touches the can it may cans presence of-.any seed or particle: of the 202 Andru Bids', MlnneapotU, Mlna. e1 1M NIt ...4 !list w.rlatwllp, tud at tkft wYlPit. ..
.;l ruat.j fruit .'When a screw-top jar is used
Where climate
Step Taken'" in Canning ia Tin. rust easily a damp, the outside causes of can screv"",the cap evenly about half way. . "s; 'nil.. sal 1M ....lIdoII ., .../i,:; *. ;. .

,or. ',..,,Sorting' and .grading ,fruit or lacquered before labeling.. Club members When a' glass-top jar with wire clamp .ar4... tkst Ie ., NpMlN' .talky ofd y. tr1E N'IdM .' ,

2'i, vegetables, .weaning' peeling', etc. may, use' -4lf.Brand" ,label is used, place lid on evenly and raise tab .b coaxssf k r* NOW" .bs..ctlaf Mf Uf .... ,
'> It Scalding", peeling',1 land coring' only on first class goods.They must both hold: up the upper one fastened Midget Lunch '. '
k Sid ,
f(for,tomatoes{.-Put into,tray and put net weight in pound and ounce to the In plae" With. an I 'rr.r. ':! t' '
'"* ,lower Into boiling.water: for one mln- and packer's name and address on hermetic jar fasten the cap on the OPEN DAY AND NIGHT' v
I' : .*. nets RemoTe st once to prevent cook- each can. Every girl thus guarantee jar evenly ''with the clamp. The last .... Appea.wd :

I aging. Flung into cold water to make her own goods.Brining 1"T. AVB. J Oscool'a"Hardware'tl:
the fruit firm land peel promptly. In and seasoning*-Brine, sirupor r
p .tomato peeling use a slender pointed water are added immediately after .
:knife to cut out the core and be careful packing to such fruits and vegetables S.H.BUfOCKREAL I ii . I .
f'4 ... not to cut into the seed c.lla. Keep as need to be surrounded by a liqiud .. .. .,
Ifi;[: the tomatoes whole when possible. either for proper preparation or for .1
"t\-\';/.8. Blanching consists of plunging of sterilization. No more M. TILLER
J.1f'J1" -th* vegetables or fruit into boiling Purposes' than is actually necessary ESTATE .
: } '+water for a short time. Use a wire to cover the contents after a }
;;...; basket; or cheese cloth square fot this. full pack as possible Is made All INSURANC"EExamination Real Estate Agency.aN.aNN..M.NNN.NNNNMI.
't 1 '/The blanch gives a more thorough "4H-Brand" tomatoes have a mixture II
"cleaning, removes the strong odor and of sugar and salt added. Mix this in I I ,
..M., \JOt flavor from certain kinds of vegeta- the proportion of onethirdsalt and' of Titles a Realty bought and sokL "
ii,ble improves the texture and gives a two-thirds sugar and put two level Houses rented. .c ,
;clearer,<( liquor. It also brinks the teaf>ponnfule in each No. 3 can of tomatoes Specialty. Taxes paid and Titles verified 'J
fruit or vegetable and makes it more and one teaspoon In each No. .
for non-resident." .
.flexible. A full pack is then more eas- 2 can. Use this for peas, lima beans .. . fi
*:.i'ily made. The time required for and corn. It is required that all prod- Correaoondence Solicited. Fire. Life and Accident In ....'.. A-
i;blanching varies with the state of ma- ucts Lob e sold be packed with the surance.
,' Beans should be blanched un- I canning tomatoes no addition of to-
.',til'tender enough to bend without mato juice in excess of the amount of Indemnity Bonds. Proper Planting of Public Grounds
Peaches will pack better if or brine indicated so as to come
breaking. syrup .00. .. . 040** ..***. *. **
,.blanches for an instant in water below up to the standard. The flavor of such
yt:.1 boiling (about 180 degrees Fah- products i* much superior to those SELECT HOMES, CHOICE FARMS, A Feature of Royal Palm Service

f1.-l.\h'enbeit) lowering peaches into it for without sugar or salt. Any water ii VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE.MRS. .
fei fifteen seconds. The same blanch will considered an adulteration. In can- Tb Bimt hotel ..-public building( will lack la .beauty sad eoWerl Males. tile tor.
"':tmake. the hard varieties of pears better ning tomatoes in glass for exhibits rouadiof srouad Lie properly pUatod. TIaI.I. .qMrisJltrue. I Is HorUU. waere
'!1-" and give them a more transparent and home use, when it is desirable to I MARY M. SUMMERS Ce W.. GRIFFINStaple ..kin expect vUmn oa every side that this It "tae lead of ......."
'appearance; and used for cherries will keep the tomatoes whole, they maybe 608 PeafleU St.On Palm tilb.
Royal NurMrirs a eks a -W festers ef pUsla. plea sad metered (..
/ revent splitting and cracking.' Spray- packed carefully and a thick liquor i .
froumfa of betels sad public btaldkao. la the Royal rslss eoHerti***ab. .
:t. is;:fruit with cold water after blanch poured over them. This may broken be obtained block west of' Clyde arenne. and FancyGROCERIES thwe l.a flos MwirtaMat of pleas for perch: .....u. sad .......* at*. ; d
ewill make it firmer. Frequently by cooking smaller or
: .i well to put the vegetable into cold tomatoes and putting through a sieve.'Brine (Clyde the second avenue west of Reasoner Brothers Offer Planter

Water for an instant after blanching for bean., okra cauliflower court house leading south) '
4 to make more crisp In blanching asparagus et*%, should contain 2 1-2 ounces salt to Service Based on Florida Experience

> tie Yew stalks in each bun- a gallon of water. For asparagus a Ten t......fc*. *m9tn*- ... sled Mee ../.1. .1i.5........ Ie NNf..d
....... .. .. ..... .. .._...... ., '
7 lower,bundle into water, tips heavier brine, four ounces to a gallon f. 4 ,taM., .alb _...... sac 1aM
'die, two up of is needed. Fre Delivery all Parts __I...,.. ..._. ___ ......... ....p ......... ., ........ p4.
ends one-or
-'blanching the lower water ........- .. .b.Me.wsI ..- ... ,... .. ,.. ... .
.ic.M..p.M ... i
;:minutes before immersing the tip. Standard >for T4H-Brand". Canned WIll.I .. Toss Nd a Oaswrat. ToafeTak of the City .. Mew .... N.w.. .....,.. L.M Ho4, w .N_Ht'4 to. _.... -
:Blanch the tips only two or three Vegetables.Tomatoes OrOT*** tend. ..*).* !.. I*.. Mtvy W. .*rt .. IN rf iwrylo |*y VOReaaorwr
rotes. /.-Cans to contain not less Tb Old Standard Oror.'s TaeteUa a.._. ........ wb. D., I. ......-... w ... f- ".,
0>..C. .4*..... e*. .. *..
federal law than
-)Paetinl'-Th.* re- two pound one ounce jtomatoe ehni Tonie I* equally valuable as a BrolKr 211ti-did Ar*. Oneco 'florid./ '
x, :t-quir the-can to be Ailed as full of in No. 8 and not leas than 1 pound>> four General Tonic becan it contain die ,
..._f'. food aa is practicable for processing ounces tomatoes in No. 2. To be filled wen known conk *QUININE lavigoratlac to th*. Pale and Sickly c ci

.and contain only enough liquor to fill : with sound ripe fruit, carefully and IRON. It acts oath*User Drives The OU mtmm..... ...-t .......**\.*taste. '
,{the spaces and cover th contents 'peeled and cored tomatoes to be eat Malaria Baricba lbs Blood and OaOVB-B TASTXtJKSS....-.MIC.4rf.OTe.4 i y4,

i"Weigh sufficient number of cans before whole or ia large piece, firm uniformly 8aD4a ap the W.MIIe System. Mecot*. 1IaIuia.--__ .&_ .. Pw......aad MW.p1b.ryrs .......... ids '
.: and after filling to obtain an aof I red and of good flavor. NATURE'S SOILBUILDER
1t curate' Idea of, average net weight I Tomatoes and groan pepper-Cans i
VOn account of expansion in processingrn to contain not less than two pounds .
b less full than other packed in No. 3 cans. For this pack I "
_rn aa packed II Blowers around Umtnaof make. itcid.Bg
i ? TheM instructions do not add on 'medinm-ied sweet }
?vegetable*:; trreen
,,' over' tile canning of com for market. I pepper. after removing the stem .and Summer Excursion Rates weet. It releaae* potash salts! Bad 'imparU t ;J

"Mark cans with pencil or knife to seed, to each eaa of tomatoesString strength and vigor to growing crop and tree.;. ' ,'. ,
.. H ahow cntonta.iPlan in"advance and beans-Net'weight In No. 2 31.50 Blowers' limestone ground cuuaJlr fin*), BLOWERS 'V ;):
$3100 $37.75 $43 0 if"I'
.faRRrk rapidly.) Let one person do the can before liquor iv added at least on* readily mixes with the soiL Contains @inn l'
"b bug and another attend the pound eight ounce*, brine eight to tea I..aimIJe CiIItJ StXoob CbkafoBelt no > LROtNDt .... i.
.' Do not allow filled tans to I---.'\.,Net'.weight'N*. 2.- thirteenotmearbeaa puritie*--aa be applied at any tlmei4"iaapeadv. .,.
.......... .. ..... .......' 'I .. W .for literatim '
} f/liquerjaad, ado'se'will : and about eight euuttsguor.Bean 'xsWM n eii.liw4Ga Tkej4Rd; 1ra1t.L, YeDovstoo. fad prioeaVRowmUrM I M k
". injur the *to b* tendergreen,uniform , take.CaW ss trsssiilsaa ,etc. T.r Mst t"II. -ad.hs. : : &;!iMa toC.v r'-7 a r"
.. .... L. in sic well strong, and of good .
"- h .C.XTNtt.nmUrmr\ 9Mmtft 4 t&AsNsiM .....c., 1. .. .1
.. brine syrup" or waters I flavor. The net walght which;appears 1 .. ... j, -. wed M....... asg....N7)). L....-_........ J''' ?,Jlt,0c. t'; . _._.J..,; d f

i adding. to within. 1-4 Inch of top. oa'lajM. .,should' b.*, fer-N, ;*>rftw* ...,... .,.. J ... ,.. ... _ !'r!:. .
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''Kissimmee' Valley! : GazetterosusaxD : "I., 'LAMBRICnT!, ..'TOR. .. CONGRESS' | ( tm, ;' "or. I JGH" 7't'
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DIXIE I[ HICHWAYIIRC4NI7ATIOttS ] -+ ", -*:>;*;""
The state, a weekly: paper published ,.Eighth-eight, million gallon*,. oft .,,
XVHRT, TOTDAT: OPTICH, VAIABT, GAZtT. EVUeDUG. in JaeklonyUJe.-. pays a tribute 'to : 'made in Jibe United .
.. Ed. .Lambright, th. inimitable editor. States last 705?. Who drank tt all?
&_ ':- ial writer of the Tampa Tribune; in the FIfteen billion cigarettes -woro mans ,

W.B.flARRI3.ud, E. G. VANS AGNEW . . OWNERS' following editorial suggesting' him, a* PLAN.LOCALCODNTYRRANCHESWith : nfactured In the United States ,

E. E. NAUGLE, Editor and Manager. a candidate for congress: ; ,'- year.Who smoked them'aU?, :
"I The State believe the right' man Thirty-Jtwo million pound of snuff

has not been mentioned for congressional manufactured In the' United ..
pc snrBacRTPTiON RATES one oop,.. on. ,.ur.____.___.___.-..___?.__stJje honors In the First district not the'sam enthusiasm ,which! is1 Instructions for Organization Conn'' were States last did the .
q \One, eopjr. six montbe.__.-_......... One copy three months, ________ that some of the announced candidate being manifested along the ,>entire IT Councils of th. Dixie Highway, sneezing, ? year Who.- raIl- 4

,. wouldn't make good there but there length of the great' north and south .Association. ''T ,. Two hundred and twenty mUn| ..
All 'oommvnles.tlone except from our authorised correspondents must b. is a man in the district who baa ork- highway, the Highway association "r' pounds of smoking tobacco werE f le\ ',
..gD.4 by tI.e writer. ed for to purify the polifMsn atmosphere with headquarters in Chattanooga "The vice-president ln"each'stste' will '
Rejeeted matter will not returned unless called for. year In the United States last. )'ear., >*- J\ ,
,: ,_ in the southern part of the ha' launched Its campaign to appoint a temporary chairman in had all the pipe dreams f' \r ;'

(Catered at the Poetofflee In KUelmmee. Florida. as .eoond-elaaa inatter.) state without thought of political re- carry on the great work. Offices of every: county in said atate, through Eight and a half billion 'cpn! were,' .
ward. He is one of the most brilliantmen the association have been opened in which the Dixie hghwaf1iEsees. made in the United States last year.

I FRIDAY JULY '2 191S in all Florida. His trend of the Hamilton National bank buildingof Who mad. all the smoke? . :,
_. thought is in the right direction and this city, and the work I. being It will be the duty of said chairman Half a billion packages of chewinggum I ',
r : -- --- -- --- if sent to congress would be one of carried on under the immediate 'direc to call subject to the approval of the were manufactured last year in' ,

LET'S BE GOOD HOSTS gan. After that if the war continues the best representatives Florida has tion of'the executive committee composed state vice-president, a good roads the United States. Who worked their; < ,
they would depend on their 'unorganized ever had In the national law-making of M. M. Allison, president: W. meeting, at a convenient time and Jaws '
: On next Mondissimmee will be strength, consisting of all the body. We refer to Ed. Lambright the K. Long secretary and treasurer; plao for the purpose of perfecting Twenty thousand moving picture -__f.
\ ., host to several thousand visitors at men of any age able to perform military brilliant editor of the Tampa Tribune.Of Richard hardy, of Chattanooga: Clark a permanent organization. theaters paid $25,000,000 for film last': ,, _

ii the Fourth of July celebration. duty in extreme need. That would course the Tribune wouldn't know Howell, of Atlanta and Carl G. Fisher III. year ana 11,000,000 people saw the

, It will be the duty of every loyal provide enough men to keep the death 'how to get along without him, but the' of Indianapolis. President Allison and The association will supply the i moving pictures. Where did they get
citizen of Kissimmee on that day to mill grinding for three years longer. people would feel mighty secure with Secretary-Treasurer Long are being chairman with blank subscription all the dimes and nickels

-, j see that every visitor. l is well enter Then, in theory, there wouldn't be a Ed on the job in Washington.Why assisted in their arduous task of keep.. forms covering the three classes of Ten billion copies of

?: ;' tained. Every man and woman in the single able-bodied man left in any of cannot the press boys of South ing in close touch with the situation memberships, as follows: were printed in this country newspapers last year

city should make it his or her duty the warring countries.Of Florida do a patriotic duty and get from Michigan to the extreme end of : Founders' Membership to consistof Who took time to read them? ,'

.i I to do some of the entertaining./ Every course, this reckoning takes no behind Lambright? With the press Florida and in carrying on a campaign" I those who contribute $1,000.00to One hundred and seventy thousand I 'I

person who comes to be our guent account( of the large number of wounded solidly behind him, we believe Uncle nation-wide in its scope by W. S. Gil- I the organization and who shall clergymen preached in 220,000 church-: .J
4 ; should be made to feel that we are men who return to the front after Steve Sparkman would withdraw breath, field secretary and V. D. L. be entitled to five vote in all es last year and the congregations, of 4, ; ,-
glad that he is here and that we want convalescence, and of the missing men from the race. Lambright is one of Robinson, assistant secretary. councillor meetings in the county all denominations numbered 40,000-

him to go home dedaring that he was who rejoin their colors to appear in the few who cannot be classed as a Judge M. M. Allison, president of wherein said founder resides This 000. Who went to church '.."; I

well entertained. later lists and are counted twice. The progressive or a reactionary. The ;. the Dixie Highway association, is one constitutes a life membership. It I. interesting to know what I.

p t5. There is a disposition in most cities, growing fierceness of the struggle/ plute crowd would have no fear of of the most prominent jurists in the Councillors' to consist going on in this country-the things" :(I
; and we are not so egotistical! as to few months him and the would find Tennessee. He -
however, in the next may progressives state of was elected of those who contribute $100to that people are doing and who are,
4r' claim that Kissimmee is an exception, I more than balance whatever discount in Lambrieht a real friend worthy of twice judge of the circuit court, resigning the organization and who shall donig them-and wby-Le.lie' Week '
to stand back and "let George do"the must be allowed in these particulars.Seven any confidence.Are to re-enter the active practiceof I ly. ,"
work. Then if the affair is failure be entitled to five votes in all _ _ _ _
,c a hundred and thirty-five thousand the South Florida boys willingto law. Judge Allison is the president councillor In the
I those who have stood back are month thus the manhood. get behind one of their very own ? of the Chattanooga Chamber of wherein county LODGE RESOLUTIONS , "
men a said councillor resides.
: always" ready with their "I told you of Europe is being cut down by bullet, Let the Tampa Times be the first one Commerce lie was appointed one of This constitutes a life member- //1"

-1 A1 BO, and explanations of how the event ''I I bayonet and shrapnel, every victim to declare for Lambright for congress the two commissioners from Tennessee ship. To. N. G. and Bros., Osceola Lodge No .i
4 might have been a success. The time, keen and leaving a and the others will no doubt join in the by Governor Rye to select the 74: I
to give advioe and help is before the train suffering of pain and Seven I chorus.StePressCommetJ. route of the Dixie highway, later be- Members to consist of those whocontribute We \ .,
anguish sorrow. committee .
your appointed to
,, affair and not afterward. o $5.00 per annum io the ,
ing elevated to the presidency of the (
thousand families
It is as much the affair of one hundred and thirty-five organization such members be- draft resolutions of condolence upon ,
; citizen as another and if we any all feel I every month grieving for a man all8o ing entitled te one vote in all the death of the father of one of our I
killed, wounded or lost. Seven hun- C. II. Huston, first I.a is brothers, Joe E. Johnson would ; <\\IM'
'i;, this way about it we could make it the vice-president, councillor meetings in county respectfully '
_4' ,. success that it should be. Cooperation dred and thirty-five thousand strong I[ ) manufacturer and capitalist being wherein said .member resides.IV. submit the following: I
I and united effort make cities what male bodies swept away in fire ana prominently identified with the business While the records of Osceola No. 74 .

r \; they should be and we must all stand blood, and another 735,000 coming for- and civis interests of the city. The chairman shall the shows no deceased members from our ; , ,
I announce
ward to take their With President Allison .J..
places. and fraternal
other family all fowhlch
}. together in whatever the city under- The "good roads" movement has plan of organization as follows: (a) we. can \
stand it?
How he Heavenly
long Europe Chattanoogans thank
can was largely only
our Father
responsible who "
r takes. If will do in this event :
we so Each shall
never been so popular as now, and before county be entitled to the
for the
of the has f
: launching movement seen fit to call from midst :
next Monday will send thousands o
we of the "The Dixie
another winter thousands of milesof use name, Highway
: I for the great north and south and from the community in which I 1'1,
i who back to their homes with Council." for we
come SHALL WE PROGRESS? "better highways" will be made all highway. One of the < >untv I "
original live. We therefore
nothing but for Kissimmee and twenty- resolve that we ? *,
> state. b The
I over the south.-Pensacola Journal. ( ) organization
-0000- directors he
: her one was elected first vice- extend the hand that is always open
people. shall elect
:1, This -- -- president to succeed Judge Allison.W. a permanent to an Odd Fellow to our Bro. Joe Johnson
Let's be good hosts and show our question was brought forcibly chairman, vice-chairman and secre-
home the editor of the Gazette < The Tampa Times is "agin" Governor R. in his loss and bereavement and
'r L, visitors a real good old-fashioned to Valley Long secretary-treasurer, is tary, each member being entitled to
$. time. this week by the receipt of a Trammell! because he threatenedto the proprietor of the Model Laundryof the number of votes his membership extend to his family the same sympathy

S o letter from a reader. We are goingto oppose Congressman Sparkman and"afjain" this city, president of the Chatta- carries. (c) The organization shall and sorrow that can only emi-4 .

, \' MUST WE STAND STILL? quote the letter first in fairness to I' Farris for governor becausehe nooga Automobile club and is actively also elect one member, who, with the nate from a band of true "men." W.
S I I'' the writer thereof and make our comments has dandruff. If Jt should be discovered identified 4vith large business interestsin chairman vice-chairman commend them to the deepest fountain -
-- secretaryand
SS afterward. The letter reads alf that Perry Wall has ingrow- thin and other cities. lie has held of love and the brightest star of
t" considerI treasurer shall constitute the
Two weeks ago there was I toe nails the Times would be in ,
ing a hope the Lord
follows of the our Father.
: some highest offices in the
\'.. able giftof county board of .
agitation for
public hefuvafix governors.V.
improvements Dyatona Halifax Journal.
; and I "Hronsons, Fla., June 20, 1915. the .sectional qnd national laundrymen's V. Respectfully submitted, ,
t a large number of citizens advocated -4- G. I). Boone a.veei
M a bond issue to furnish the finances -I "Mr. Editor-I want to say n few Sometimes organizations. chairman or secretary shall ,
we run across a E. C.
1, words. I am no scholar nor anything person I W. S. Gilbreath, field secretary, was promptly to the main office of Roberts
k1 3 for one or more plans of civic who always has a wail because his report F. Thrasher
Stj S progress. We believe that this movement lik.e that but I claim to have raised have plenty and he has formerly the secretary of the Hoosier the Dixie Highway association the te; committee.

is still alive and that a number corn, oats and hay enouifht to have a nothing.neighbors! And if we could just follow I Motor club of Indianapolis, in which proceedings of said council and bordof LODGE -
of citizens will before the city little horse sense. If I had schoolinglike capacity he was successful in placing governors, and a copy to the vice- RESOLUTIONS
_t go council them to the end of their careers we
that organization in the
Mr. Woodall or Mr. Howell have foremost president in the state and
at its meeting next Tuesday even- respective ,
ing with ideas to be given to the members I'd hit a lick at them county dads and would probably in the enjoyment find the neighbors of continuing ranks of the motor clubs of th/> United shall also forward promptly all mem- Whereas our Almighty Father. in
into them for Son Leslie plenty States. Acting in co-operation with fees His wisdom has seen best to call '
to aid them in whatever plans pitch letting while the waller drifts along with his bership and applications as re from, -
they evolve. have all the sayso when they meet. Mr. Fisher Mr. Gilbreath was the firstto ceived. us unto Himself. our dearly revered
may accumulation of And then if
f We hope that the city council! will If I had the knowledge I would tell cared to dig down nothing.and exhume the make die suggestion of the Dixie VI. Brother and Grand Sire, 'Robert F. & &

.5 take some steps looking toward some Clark Howell that if he didn't know we cause we would: doubtless find the highway, a roadway to connect the Meetings i may be called at any time Daniel, to receive his reward" for being :t.j'

_ .- solution of the problem of municipal enough to run a little old farm to neighbors and north and south and serve the same by the county council, but each year a faithful worker of our beloved order, ,-
working improvingtheir '
*,_S4i improvements. We know that the individual "fret" him a pick and shovel and get opportunities/ while the wailer; purpose as the Lincoln' highway fromcoast on the first Saturday in April, the Be it resolved that Osceola Lodge *:i.i
him the railroad. Me and the I to coast chairman is No. 74, I. O. O. F., in .
I members of the council haveS a job on carelessly allows his to flit by. At directed to call, on at least express writing :
,;1 been giving the propositions already boys run our farm. We don't have least that is the it to I V. I). L. Robinson, assistant secre- ten days written notice to each member -' to our Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. v* '

... broached considerable thought. We any demonstrator to help us as he has. us, and it is so simple way we appears believe it tary, was a member of the advertisingstaff / annual meeting for the election of O. F., the loss we feel our order ,
I'.: believe that the majority of them are We just run with horse sense. If the to be true.-Moultrie News. I of the Chattanooga Times, and as officers and board of governors and as a body has sustained in the sudden -tY )".

_t \ in favor of some sort of public works county dads as Woodall calls them try --<>- secretary of the Chattanooga Auto for the transaction of such other business demise of our Grand Sire in the midst' /. '
f to be started within the next few to save the tax payers a few dimes According the Florida ''club, which was the first organizationto as may properly come before the of his noble work; and be it further re-;, ,', '.
months.. instead of listening to so much fan- newspapers take up the suggestion made by council. solved that our sympathy be extended 't .
;S'' 1 talk about the farmers the acreage in corn this year is I Messrs. Gilbreath and Fisher and VII. to his dear wife and sister, . .
!" ;. But before they take any kind of action -I dango helping times larger than it has beenin now. hia. .;
:;St ' the city council members will they would do better. Don't let Son many previous For bring about the organization of the Members will, upon payment of the time of her great heart tnlttt.... "" hat. Jj:

:t-! probably want to know what the people -. Leslie have all the say so. Maybe he Floridians any believed year.that they many could years not Dixie Highway association, had in respective contribution, and the approval -: our sympathy go forth to his Jme.q' f
'knows best and he don't. The charge the correspondence and details of the tHxIe diate family and co-workers in "the '
J: : I of the city think about the maybe Highway : ,:
S _Ition.. It I la the taxpayer who prop has rest of you had ought to have your produce but corn with have any degree of success -' connected with the two great Dixie tion, be enrolled and each asaocia'I'I overeign Grand Lodge. >; ve.2...
they gradually outgrown
:f 5 ":, the last say in any movement of this ,. way anyhow. I can t listen to all Mr. this belief, the being- Highway meetings held in Chatta- receive a membership certificate and Further be It resolved that the char-1'"*:%;,, .

l', sort and it is he who "pays the fid Woodall says. I'm not much on put- increased from to acreage and nooga.T. in addition, an official emblem evidencing ter of our lodge be draped in mourn>, "
\ dler." For that reason there should ting things together for print so Iwon't expect that in a year few year co-n will we\ E. Grafton, of Rome Ga. chief membership in said organiza ing for the period of thirty days, also .,;
of the HigIiwaasso-
bo a rood attendance of citizen at the have much to say, but if you of years engineer Dixie that these resolutions be engrossed on* jr.:
the of the
one staple tion.Upon
: .:' meeting, the counciL If the city print this I may come again. :Yours state.prove Our people are learning crops that elation, is one of the best known highway receipt of remittance covering tho'minutes of our lodge and a:copy'' Yilt;'
J. A.Bronson." engineers in the south. He is the annual of them published in our local :'
I want public improvements and we respectfully, Florida land will produce abundantlyof memberships as reported by new- ,
of the Rome
believe ,that it does, the taxpayers As .Mr. Bronson says, he ha been. almost any crop if Intelligence is president Commerce. Chamber of' the county council treasurerthe I papers. ,s ',

: .themselves should go before the COUQ- able with "horse sense" to make a : used in the cultivation.ApalachlcolaTimes. L. M Coleirian treasurer of the Dixie Highway association S o"
.. chief counsel for ell and have an opportunity to voiceS success of farming. He has done so the ,
S their sentiment We believe that if by hard work, thrift and frugality. He association is one of hte leading 20 'per cent of such collections as received J AX BISCUIT f',
-4- of
S .-' !the ,city councilmen are given to un belongs to the pld achool who worked attorneys Tennessee, being a member to assist in defraying the expenses .
.. derstand that the people want im early and late and by close economy Gentlemen of Marion and of Orangeand of the law firm of Coleman and of the local! codnty council.All crtop. J AX BISCUI '" .

9: provementsthat! . they! will evolve the and saving: has amassed Quite a bit of Osceola and of every county United Frierson.States He now holds the office of subscription covering annual 121 other tab** 'r ,
through which this central route of district attorney.The membership will be taken with the
plan wnereoy tile improvements can of this world's goods. But we venture delteacle* '
the Dixie Highway passes, will you state vice-president and direc- understanding that the of
bo mad the assertion that there were any sum fifty JuCrllWk*. \
join Leesburg and Lake county in tors are: Illinois Richard J. Finne- cents of such membership fees shall .a
a Xi..lmmet can not afford to stand number of others in Mr. Bronson's
-.' S S still. AU around us other cities are time who made failures of farming planting trees along that highway gan, Chicago vice-president, who is be set aside to cover an annual sub- ,.,':; .J'

'- raising money by bond issues for pub- simply because they did not have the We believe that all of Lake county the city editor of the Chicago Jour- scription to the official publicationof '. t
will do this. We nal, and W. W. Marr -
lie I can safely guaranteethat Springfield, chief the Dixie Highway association, '
S I improvements and their laboring advantages the farmers of today have. I (
I classes are being given work when There are some people who have the Leesburg to will out, if the it becomes idea in that nec- state Taggart highway, of French engineer Lick; Indiana. Thos. known as "The Dixie Highway.' Caret Old Son. Othsf Rsmsdl** Woa't. Cum. "'. \
essary vice-presi-
carry VIII.
S need it knack
S of
they their
; most. good despite ,
+ making take of the dent, capitalist and Carl G. The metter of bow lone t4i dlDa, .
S within Fisher
S -: : We can do the same thing and get belief in the old way of doing things, way, care mileage Each council will be entitled to two are cared by uie wonderful, old reliable Di 1\\
the improvements we need at a lower but there are hundreds of others who her immediate vicinity. In many partsof Indianapolis, head of the Indianapolis delegates selected at annual meetingto Porter's Afrtleepde He..lloc Oil. It rctlnce.! iII\1"\; ",
_ S coat than we could later when labor would fail were it not for the helps Lake county and in other countiesas speedway and one of the best known represent said council at a state Pal. and Heels at the e JM- Um> 25c.:SOc.'LS l'jt I'
well, the trees are already there, road enthusiasts of the nation Ohio, convention when called ,
: ,! is otherwise employed and difficult to thrown around them in this progressive ; by the respective t L)
but would it not be a striking featureto Harry L. Gordon. Cincinnati, vice- vice-presidents, and said conven- .
age. have this highway one long avenueof president former lieutenantgovernorof tion will have the authority to select LET US HAVE YOUR BILL. -r-tRll

cS'' o Mr. Bronson deserves credit for his trees! Ohio and prominent attorney and directors of the Dixie Highway association WE WILL SURPRISE YOU ; ,
f HOW LONG WILL IT LAST ability as a farmer and for (as he {
Suppose each county selected a different George W. Harris, Cincinnati, sinking from the state at large when : : I
5 s 5 -+- calls it) his "horse sense. Despitethis tree, one eucalyptus, one cam- fund trustee of the Queen and Cres- the terms of the present and successive : 'J. '

t Almost, daily some one asks "how however, he errs in setting him- phor, one Australian pine, another cent route; Kentucky, H. B. Hanger, board of directors expire.IX. If you want material, we manufacture V' ?"

I long will the European war last? self up against\ the wheels of pro- Australian oak another silk oak, until I Richmond, vice-president head of the from the stump and can save :you ,.r
t And just about as often as the question greas. This is the progressive age, all had a different tree lining this contracting: firm of Mason. Hanmr A In the event of a disagreement, We Guarantee and \:"'
is asked this is the in which money. grade ] ,"Jj-
else tries methods
r someone to explain ag new splendid highway from county line to Company and Claud B. Mercer, of I either member of "The Dixie High- '
why it will continue for several are. taking of old, _ones, machinery county line. Hardinsburg, a well known farmer way council" in any county) or citizens workmanship to be up to the Standard 't..

S', ) more years or why it will end within replacing manual labor" and Let us hear from other Leesburg and capitalist; Tennessee, A. E. San- thereof, may petition the officials of )S :
a few months. The following editorial science succeeding "horse sense. Commercial. ford, Knoxville, publisher of the Knox- the Dixie Highway association in i 'I'

from the Augusta Chronicle, of Augusta Every county in Florida which is go- -- ville Journal and Tribune, Col. A. M. writing, setting out their grievances.Said '

Ga., may throw some light up- ing ahead today haa employed a demonstrator Citizens returning from the north Shook, Nashville, prominent capitalistand petition will receive due consideration Yellow Pine Lumber Co;; ? .
on the matter: to aid its farmers. The all tell the of coal operator' Richard
S national us same story i good Hardy, provided, 'said petition is '
:," "As the war drags on without any government through the agricultural times, factories working overtime. Chattanooga president of the Hamil- signed by ten or more reputable citizens PronaptDeM Our Watchword.. '.j .;.
it l'' decrease of intensity or any promise department has made this With manufacturers working two and ton National bank, J. A. Patten, Chattanooga of any town or community. Phone 195. Kiaslmmee, FlaT* -' ttig

4 4 of the end, military experts are figuring possible by paying a part of the ex three shifts to meet the demands, and president of the Chattanooga -
on how long the available supply Medicine and
pense. corn, wheat cattle and other staplesat company nationally "
S. ," of human material will last The latest Osceola county can not afford to highest prices, the north, the east known in religious circles, and M. E. To Drive Out Malaria , .;po.; ,

casualty reports give a pretty goodS stand back and let the other counties and the central west is more prosperous Temple Chattanooga, president of the Said And Build Up TIle Syctom. ,;.,!>
basis of I
computation. outdistance her in matters such as thisor than rbefore. Chattanooga Furniture Co., and ex- Take the Old Standard GROVB'a '.
4, I" The British dead, wounded and in others of equal importance Money is going; begging there. Cap president of the Chattanooga Manu- About Kissinvmce TASTELESS chill TONIC. Yon 'kaowxMwhat 'IJ

missing up to May 31st numbered italists from the north came into facturers' association; George, W. T. you are taking, a* the formula I.printed 4
I J i 268,000. The total had almost doubled Mr. Bronson assails Chairman Lesley Clearwater and paid 106 for a small Anderson, Macon, vice-president, pub- I on every: label, Vowing ftia1Quinine \;
in seven weeks, and the figures will of the board of county commissioners issue of school bonds. More than lisher of the Macon Telegraph,. and Kissimmee and Iron in a tasteless form J ,
E. E. of the
J Naugle
run up still more rapidly as the because Mr. Lesley is a progressive I Clark Howell 'If.
S army I twenty other firms bid on the Issue Atlanta editor and general Valley Gazette is in the city on business The Quinine out malaria, the
is brought to its full man, because he sees the "JlL
strength and '
assume I Another tourist season is approach. manager of the Atlanta Constitution and also friendL Iron builds up the system. 50 cents'.
its share trend of affairs and wants his greeting many
4,5 of the fighting. county, ing. : ; Florida, G. W. Saxon, Tallabaa-
Since Mr., took of the
Naugle charge
his home if will
Serbia has lost about an equal number you to stand along- They tell us the tourists are going see. Vice-president prominent bankerand Gazette marked ha
of side the other counties which do- a
_S men. Belgium's losses aregiven are to California to visit the expositionsthey financier of his community, and
been noticed and the is
ing things. Mr. Is believerin paper now ft
about Lesley a
as 200,000. German
S casualties tell us that the money of the' S. A. Belcher, Miami chairman of the one of the most and widely _
are estimated by careful observers Keeping up-to-date in so far as the Dade county popular
S north and east will flow to the Pacific. road commission and one
S read in the state. /Tampa Tribune.
at county finances will permit and under
perhaps 2,000,000. There coast. of the best known road builder of his .
can be little doubt that German and his leadership and with the hearty cooperation Railroads and communities are : state., Oscoola county. has secured hundreds
Austrian losses together up to the end of the other members of the spending millions advertising the golden I As part of the campaign of the of new settlers through the

c. of, .Mayaggregate at least 2.760.000. board who are likewise progressive west and ats attraetiona.i i Dixie Highway association a semimonthly county commissioners of that county
.kr. a losses are thought to De about men Oaceola county within the past What Is Florida doing to meet this bulletin known as "The Dixie subscribing for 100 or 200 copies of

S S '2,300,000.and those of the Turks f.w year ha made more progress competition I Highway," the official organ of the association the leading, county weekly and having

: a ;. ':t ,others, 100000. We hope that the county commissioners No organized effort to meet this and fifteenth of each month. An effort of the United States and CanadaTallahassee -- If ;MAS THE JB
\. .L'I"4t This gives a'grand total of 7,350- will continue their good work condition and very little community will be made to jro primarily,. Record.
r S. ;000.' 'It is l reckoned that about 1,600.i and that Osceola county will continueto effort. the newspaper with a chronicle of the //STRENGTH jwj

:;i<<>> have boon killed 4,250,000 woundse be known as one of the progressive Commercial bodies are dead or d) happenings all along the highway: "'That broom corn can be grown in I GIBRALTAR1'E. I -____

'od and the Tost-given as 'missing" counties of the progressive stats of ing-many that are alive are threshing The headquarter of the association I: Osceola county profitably, is the statement ,

iSS 'aro .lot .tho( most 'part prisoner of I Florida. ,f out local problems of little moment will be kepi. In' close touch with ,the, of John M. Lee, hwo has proven Jr. ___
S "..... ,BaA1a'Ml'tlcialarl7 has lost an and giving dinners and hearing work on the Dixie Highway through I his contention,with a-crop-grown onUs _________

eV : >enormous number of men as prisoners. Did you ever think of approaching themselves talk-talk-talk.- the organization of county councils.' place at Southport,." says the.Klssimmoa ,

'S .'. S This thai for tho Soars A Roebuck, John Wanatnakor Not a *line ''Gf i Florida advertising The vieo-prealdent'isr'oach state 'will Valley Gacette, which goes onto .
; 1\t\: -., first ton months of tho war the aver- or Montgomery ward to got help for In magazines of nation-wide drcula-; hem temporary. chfrm.n ill' "each .,talk of ,the field ,of,thlrt .ythreeacres. -Z -, I: S S
.S. ajro loss baa boon 736,000 a month. It some charity No,'you know better. and pages ,of California county who will proceed with the orpalUtioa' ..C broom corn growing luxuriantly : ; :_.. _ -
S e i* oasy to soo that but; UtUo more than Still TOOT' homo merchant often con- of. the council. =* That an and promising splendid crop. .srF . .' I
two rears of sack warfaro-. say: until tributes. This should bo thought Do wo want any'of.this Shorthorn nouncoment of"appointments, of The! Gasotto says that -several'stalks

S tho faD of m-w etfmtaato all the before fivfar ao much of your patron- wealth m.rioHdathU-winter If-so the temporary chairmen will be made of tho torn which are heading out in G. YAMS ACNAj'

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Steel PAPER FOII ITS HELP .) ;. r"
Specialty "
Ceilings'' Atlanta
By Dr.; Frank Crane JovrnaL,
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Fhone I$'-. =i..rmmea. nDR. There is rarely plenty for our Bun- ,
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7.k. chine department to do. Almost every 'J
.. :-SESSION'' ::OCCURS day comes! call to write a letter trf thing Ment''about their action, the 1W editor of a newspaper likes to as funny as yen >>I..... .' t,

J.W. SIMPSON cheer somewhere. During this monthwe t Idea being that co-operation i* to be get letter You are not boring him State the gist of your message right. ;
_. SUNDAY EVENING AT BAPTIST hare remembered personally or the key-word of the organization.UntU'furtber ."' nor imposing upon Jag, tlmv u you la the ant sentence Dont nse p....
DENTIST CHURCS'AND"CHURCHES WILL asked do.,:ft.> twenty-two 'notice-the regular obeerr the following rulestHais Umlnarlea. Don't try,to prepare the ,
'' birthdays. There hare been two"June meeting will be hold in the Stanford- your Utter typewritten.* II editor's mind to receive your'idea Her.
i Upstairs In Eats Building SUSPEND REGULAR'SERncES hare .typewriting machine it it all
wedding, on. -lilyer wedding anni- Miller building on the ground floor you no keeps prepared the time
Office Hours" tae* a. m to?" to sac 11 B.m. SO ALL MAY ATTEND. rraryw and some messages of *ympathy next to the Dollar Limit .toro on will only
Telephone No. '*/ Juno,II JT to in oar work in trouble Stewart avenue.It public atenocrapher.';All handwriting your statements a* abort as you can:, N
i IIThe or having a loved one. wua decided affiliate with the I* trying: most i* crucifying! then copy your letter and make them t
quarterly convention of the The Introduction department hal Orange County Sub-Exchange during Sign your n...... An l anonymous shorter .Use periods ;,
school of
Sunday worker the city will
DR. W. W. CARSON also been than for lettergoes straight to the waste-bac colons.
busy, more so many the coming shipping Just ,
season. a
be held at tho First curchSunday ,
Baptist months. About fourteen removal for soon a* there are three or more packing ket Why take the trouble to writ Ideas' are. What' the editor wants.:, ,'t ;
evening at
''I + DENTIST beginning 7:45 long or_short sojourn hare been reported houses In the county Osceola will ItT H. is as hungry for them as a cat is
o'clock. The Christian, Methodist and mentionedin Not only sign name but type for'fish.. H. does
Office over Pulley Building to our office or seen have a sub-exchange of its own. your not want eloquentnor ;
churches will
Presbyterian suspend the coming a* exchanges. It ,so it can be Most peepio gorgeous phrase'' 'j. ,
paper. : press Fully two-third of the of
H'"our.n. 1 IOffle
Office their service in order that all be grower illegible
.Phone let Residence 'Phono IIJm may Among the last were three the county are now included in the : i are more in their slgn4- Write affirmatively.. Don, combat ,
Free to attend; the Sunday school meet- lure than anywhere .)... Dont dot.... ia
< Administered for Extraction! of Endemvorers of whom Gainesville membership of the local organizationand I State your. opinion
Teeth "The workers were told. Mis Mary Con- the one which was formed last Give your address, your streut,nun positive terms.' Let. your opponent
interest in the Sunday school Ocala but best her city and state. Also the data.I I do the _
nor, well known in re- Saturday at Nareoossee. The Narcoosaee defending ? ,
work of the has been Write
city very nowned at home at Ocklawaha now association will likely join with the only on one aide of the r.I If you want,an answer/ enclose a,I
DR. H. S. GEIGER these Fold
quickened by quarterly meetingo teaching music in Gainesville. Miss local organization in a packing house Never,roll up a manuscript it postal card addressed to yourself. :Be .
For the discussion of the method of
t Jeane Hoage of Lady Lake, and Miss satisfied with a .mere courteous ao-'
SURGEON for the presentalthough no definite flat.Be 4 '
PHYSICIAN and Improvement but there I III much
for further yet Gladys Graham of Campa, attending; plan,have yet been made. polite. Control your anger. Be knowiedgment of the,receipt of. your;:
Citizens Bank Building: room improvement the summer normal. Miss Graham isan The officer of the Narcooscej association a gentleman. Don't be abusive, 'nor lottei'. .
Klaalmraee.: rte i are earnestly urged to attend the coming officer of the Tamp. City Union. elected at the meeting held scurrilous. Whatever you bar to say. If the editor does'not; printyour,'

Pbont: b.ia.ncs III or 14 14-ly meeting The and participate in ita junior worker in th. First PresbyterIan there last S.tunla7.n.* follow: S. It will have more force if you say, it letter, don't take it to.heart.',.,There
>> follow
program. program : and active in the senior be for not
church J...Tri Rftd- temperately. may twenty reasons printing
Devotional service, aong'?scrip. society of that church wbtch'enter-' cliffo-Cad maprnieattpresident; C. E Don't Indulge In personalities It, besides. the reason. .that he

T. ... RIVERS. M. D. tun Carson.reading and prayers, led by C. A. taint Southwestern district in the fall Denig, secretary., Neither the editor nor the public I i. does not like it or 1s afraid to publish
at its annual convention.The Interested in It. ; '
I :- your personal grouch. If i. \ ail
How Atten'danNUpon
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and SURGEON Lakeland New tell of a moonlight yon must speak, go the backyard Editor are only men. Dont shoot.
+j PHYSICIAN*.* Holt. the Sunday School, by Dr. A. :J. party on Lake Weir. That sounds NOT A MATRIMONIAL BUREAU and tell it to the horse.If them. They.... doing the beat.theyAnd ,;

niece over Osceola Pharmacy 10- rood and comfortable we think you have 'an idea express it in can. < :_ ;
8. How to Interest in the
Deepen theN of the Lakeland the fewest word rest assured that; if '
were some poislbl When you your communication
Phone Residence II Study of the Lesson Rev. A. M. HeusewlvMf League ef New Y.ek City }
Onto u,. by Endeavorers in the plans. Our have said. thing ones, don't say it I* short, clear typewritten\
Chisholm. young people are good at planningand Obliged t. Ann Neutrality. 'again in another way.Aroid : and gentlemanly, the editor will either"
4. Are We Making Adequate Efforts then enjoying such things. Well trained wives who can cook: and adjectives, especially two or present it to his readers or be sorry be,,''
to Standardize Our Schools? by The Valley Gazette re- keep house and who know more about three adjective Noun are bullet cannot. r
DR. C. L. HYATT Rev. S. W. Lawler. ported a watermelon party in honor of sanitary condition than -mother" ever and verbs are powder; adjectives are
5. How Can We Awaken Parents
Min Townsend. Made the sup, smoke. More than M1BOOO Canadians are
press dreamed of knowing are among the
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON to a Proper Consideration of the Interests erintendent here in Interlachen feel supplies that are being demanded of Don't do fin. writing. The editor liable for military service. ,Of the... i iIt
of the Sunday School by Dr. 1 "near but yet so far" does not want literature. H. already is asserted, at least 76 per cent are
Klsslmmee. Fla. W. B. the National Housewlve league at Its
I Daytona Congregational young people las book full of it. He wants to physically fit''
Pnonea Office 1ITResidence music for the occasion will be have promised'to furnish funds headquarters In West Vorty- ttb know what you have to aar. Mrs. inns Mollmon. of St. Louis, r
148 under the supervision of P. K. Weaver for[ Miss Celia Snook, one of their street. New York city. Don't apologise. Don't be sarcastic -I has the distinction of being the mother
and the choirs of the several churchesare is State Tenth Two men called at the headquarters .
members, who Legion Don't be bitter. But you can be of two mayors.
hereby requested to lend their aid. superintendent. That is enough they of the league within the last two 'v"I. .

GEO. F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW wrote the.state treasurer George Cavanaugh weeks and each of them wanted a .' N

of Tampa "Can we do some wife One of them was a widower ... .
SOUTH DAKOTA DOES thing else to help" Guess he would with several children and no one to 'w:u....' :n"o"'w::: ::.::::::

Collection and Conveyance like to get such willing-hearted letters look out for them, and the other was Y

SpecidJUei NOT RIVAL FLORIDA every That a fine Fourth of July subject one of the lonely young men of New .

111 1-1 BroadwayG. for next Sunday How can we York. He had no friends in the city, M.t
combine "National Ideals and How few acquaintances, and he felt that it
Home Missions Will Promote Them" be could only get a nice wife with domestic

F. KRIBBS Mrs. William Shead of Doland, in more substantial form than by tastes, one who could manage TURN THE KEYand
D., who has been spending several s'l
boosting the Children's Home society the Income of a rising young man be.
AlTORNEYATLAWExamination ters in Kissimmee, in a recent as a part of the prayer-meeting program would be happy .
to a friend in this city Mrs W. H. j To have the chi\dren\ of this
of Title. a Specialty Whore can any one go tp find a good unlock the door to greater .
Notlncatlon and Payment of taxes of Farmer, tells of conditions in the Dakota age strong and able to take up the
sensible wife If not to a place like the achievement by opening an account M.
non-residents given careful state much to the climatical advantage duties of coming years is a national
attentionKlaalmmee of the Land of Flowers: ideal appealing to each of us, and the league? That wn" what tile young with the Citizens Bank of Klsaimmee. a

1 Fla. "We have had cold rainy and cloudy call for help from Mr. Fagg to make man thought New York has all the Don't wait because you' have only afew .
weather through the months of May this ideal) come true for Florida is indeed modern conveniences and more than
doll.- in and
Pat Johnston O P. Oarrot and June to date. Have not had sun- home missionary work. enough modern amusements but put your

JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW shine enough to make all vegetables Dr. Clark is ill with typhoid feverat where cnn one co to find a heart and money to work now.
grow as they should, especially corn, Sagamore Beach. Pray for him. helpmeet be asked.
which is very backward though a few Pray also often for those who can That Is what a good 4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on I
summer days would put it right along. go to the convention of Chicago and many young Saving Account
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank We have kept a fire in the furnace likewise for the many more who would men-and young,\ women, too-who 1 ,

Building every day sometimes during the entire I go if they c uld. I make their homes In New York are .
y '. Kleilmmee Fla. day and are still wearing our GRACE A. TOWNSEND. asking, and the league would like to ,4.i

winter clothing: Interlachen, June 29, 1915." help them out. but that Is where it baa

Louis C. Maaeey T. Plcton Warlow "A hard hailstorm and tornado to draw the line. No matrimonial aspirants
I [.. 'tCoun.elfor Judge of the wept Blunt, a town near here, recently Dr. Yamei Kin has the distinctionof need apply, though the league
a ,':/a: R- com m. Criminal Court I I killing three people", injuring several being the first woman doctor of appreciates their need."That ..
'MASSEY elf WARLQW I and wrecking buildings. Hail fell modern China and she may well be men thinking of marrying s Itt
and COUNSELLORSAT the size of baseballs and damaged called the doctor of millions for the
ATTORNEYS should to like the Ilonae-
LAW crops and killed stock. Hail about I Chinese government has entrusted her come a place
Practice In all the court. of the State the size of small marbles fell here at with the task of organizing a medical wives' league," said Mrs Julian Heath, SUPERIOR
t and of the United States, also before the same time and was accompaniedby department for women in northern president of the league, "emphasise SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMENT
the Florida Railroad Commission. *nthe wind and rain." China.Florida's the tact that one of the greatest need ;1:
Commerce Coramlseie
# Interstate 11-14 Charleston Bldg.I of the present time is efficiency in the
Orlando, Fla. '''I". J housewife. Women.should be trained DIRECTORS < "

I I to spend the Income of the family a* ARTHUR K. DONEGAN JQ9N R. BRONSONLLL

the men are trained to produce tt. A. W CUSTU8 n ,

f' DR. M. J. HICKS Loss From Ticks Men are looking for real partner In I. It. BILLIARD. ,' -

> thAt business of homo r"fcfrg. Hitherto :

and SURGEON It ha been a question of the bur :
it State Which No of
c ThetOnly: in Systematic: Campaign band supporting the wife and of the

t' Office State Bank BnfldjngPbonesi Eradication Ha Been Waged wit. being supported. The majority _&LiJ..r;
? Office 41 do their shareIn
4e of women are willing-
maintaining but they are not prop :

Florida i* the one state in the tick- Finally, the loss from Texas lever: erly trained. This make young men .. .,
infested area in which no systematic which at one time amounted to over with moderate Income hesitate before : \ ''MAN'S -* '
;$ J. W. THOMPSON effort has yet been made to eradicatethe one-eighth of the total number of cattle JJt. '> /
they even think of marriage.
pest The entire stats, coveringan had been totally stopped, and it : .i iiJ carrie safflcieat FIRE INSUBANCK :-', ,
area of 62,240 square miles, is af- was possible for the first time to im- "When the league started three yean to vretect' his pceverty '
.: FUNERAL DIRECTOR flicted with it and suffers an annual port pure-bred animal for breeding ago w.were asked if we would do anything y while he U nViac and ample LIFE. '.

C" loss which it is impossible to estimate purposes. One Louisiana farmer wrote about the servant problem and : INSURANCE to protect. his fatty .
andLICENSED in dollars and cents. that his herd of cattle was worth dou- we said no. We Intended to ant train : 1 1 el Us ...UI. .Ha ; ;

Educational and demonstration work ble what it had been before the ticks the mistress. Now we have come to __ ,.- alee lames' Us earaiag capacity c

EMBALMERStore has, however, been undertaken under ware eradicated. the place where the mistress la on the i. eat aa ACCIDENT f
w 1 the direction of the federal inspector What systematic work can do in the to obtain training and we HEALTH POLICT. Be ea\ U.' ..'
v in charge at Atlanta, Ga, and it is eradication of ticks is shown by the /way proper safe side \
and Chapel, Stewart ..Are.Klsslnvnee believed th.t. certain amount of interest experience of Mississippi. This state are extending our work, but not on the We write all II... ., INSUK. ' r',
has been orused among farmersin took up the work in 1908. Two year basis of 'mistress and maid but of'em. I ANCE that lnnre and eadarea >
Fia. this subject It has been estimated late In 1910, 1,407 miles of ter- ployer and employee.' Statistic speak None but RELIABLE old Mae cam- < >

.; that the tick could be eradicated in I ritory were released from quarantine, of the 'employment problem' and the panics la this agency "* {'
Florida in from six to eight years if and subsequent releases increased this 'domestic problem' a* two separate and D. G. WAGNER
P. A. Vans Anew W. B. CrawfoitVANS the state and the various counties until at the end of 1914 it was 20,834 'I different subjects. 37.* Second Floor Citisra Bad BUg... ;' .
would provide adequate appropriations square miles, or almost half of the *
4 AGNEW CRA1VFORDATTORNEYATLAW "When they are considered as one : KIuI...., Fla.
and on the part of the state. At the end of 1914 there were I '
" local authorities with the federal authorities 2.352 dipping vats in operation. If and the same thing then people will

'' Offices: 3-4-5-6 Citizens Bank could be secured the people of the state continue to begin to think of hours and wages. I '
Building As a purely financial proposition, it show the" same interest in the matter have very: little use for the woman -- --

{ KlMlmmee. Flor'-'' has been shown that the increased that they have done in the past it is who goes to Albany to advocate the ,

value of the hides of tick-free cattle predicted that in two or three years eight hour law for men and then come Ear.,.. PL.
more than pays for the expense of cattle ticks in Mississippi should be- home and work her own maid twenty :i : Just Like Home
unknown. Large Airy a....
freeing territory. From the last fig- come -four hour a day." : I
ures available it appears that the ..... M ;M U cmmtmt mltor F
cost of the work has been about fifty Dolly V.rden Fashion MMSMMMt.: Aa.ia MATH Sac aad"rseT"iai Arlington + ;
South Dakota i i. for :
cents per animal freed from quarantine Dolly Varden styles, which have not getting. ready FRANKLIN ST.. TAMPA. MA. .. D. RUSHING, Pie. *. '
As the hide of the ticky cow is a vote on prohibition.JHICHESTEJRSJPI1LS
worth on an $1.26 less than teen seen for many seasons, appear ',1. Waning Building. average with these styles of former day sad
that of the tick-free animal, there is : I
are considered a* attractive a* they
a profit here of seventy-six cents ( ,
Moreover much of the money that has ever were. In silks they are partlcm- BAiyVIEW HOTEL.hite i
In Need of a .W 14Y .
p When been spent on educational campaignshas larly charming and are becoming very ... :
VETERINARY SURGEONCall not yet borne fruit in the release popular. The reason given for the return (CJ": I. ...s.. ..... Wu, O. strictly modern !. .torl_ Absolutely fireproof. ; 11* elegant room
ate ear.r 'all outside, with private lath Well-appointed oeptlon hal en each floor. ,
For- of territory and it is only natural that of theee old fashioned styles 1* .d. B. Telephone la every room. )IIv.," comfort. Sanitation p rfe>et. All w;hite ..Ip.
ft future releases should come as the result the Increased use at American Bt4e 1 iS.......,",(.). rilla.a.. Well lighted vamp. room.. Bowling alter and billiard room. Cafe and frill
A. F. RICHMOND I of money that ha already been good w .r..r..r a.aa.r.AI..,, dr.Y I servlco I M* AND a la UP.AOOUBT earte.. popular price Rate II and ap. COMMERCIAL: RA1Fbene TJE3:

s \ Bor.. Clipped. II and up. 'I expended. sou n patterns EnxrwcRf B. Bfuaaa. Hgr. TAM*>+. PL& .-,.. I
i' ; ; The greater value of the hide, however -
a: Loughman Road i* only a minor feature of the ;
\ Phone 111-S Klsalmmee, Tim. situation. Tick-free cattle yield more
qa' milk produce more meat keep in bet- ,
ter general condition bring a higher ,
):, Robert Riedel price in the market and are /
.ft..},' CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP ticky cattle. Moreover they can be I II .
bred with profit to pure-bred bulls. I..
,? y Window and Door Screen. Repair The total of these various item [ "
'' ail Cabinet Work. amounts to a saving which is almost \)
impossible to express in terms of

; ,'. Tfaoneii Shop 216; Residence 237 money. It may be !said, however, that House Snch As Most Can Be Made In Eiderf Factories :
Growers Have
,+l Darlington' Are. Near Freight Depot !I ticks make all the difference between Packing Equipment, Only Complete, : .

'., : r I profitable stockraising.Some stock-raising. and unprofitable For yean we have been making and assembling, packing louse Florida fruit more than ever realise that .atisaetoryfnl

1 time ago the department of machinery building plants for the purpose along the lines which ez- .comes follow rer8 of first-quality fruit only. The care of kperience '

& NOTICE I I agriculture sent to a number of representative - has demonstrated to be most efficient economicaL; Our the grove is Important and must not be neglected, of course.butt;1 y

,._ V Auto L1.ery.t series of question stock-breeding on the farmer effect of a factories at Dunedin lure recently been enlarged as indicated in the it is the handling of the fruit in the packing house that finally; :, '

+t f' Will call for and take yon to any Lick eradication in their neighborhood. illustration above,to take car of rapidly increasing business.We bee determines the price it bring In the market.'; Up-to-date. p.ckin'; : '

\:' ''part of city for 26c. Get your party These replies show that, in the opln Gave and hope this means that aO the citrus fruit growers of Florida-\house,VUL"lneJ'7.wiD' 'tCSUIt'$in aatiafacto.ry.prices for,your fruit!v .. + .

,1-li i 'ready,'six goes as comfortably di one. ion of the men most vitally interested, I, can.have their want supplied with Skinner's."Satisfaction Outranwhenever, other conditions are at favorable and give top-of-thor. ,? ja.c
..a'' *Auto .iI\ .front'of,Family.Shoe'store cattle gained in-wei ht-from 11 to 23 I' house how the demand market It will time. ? I =
; "' urban not busy in:daytime,and at per cent.,the average being.19.14;'the 7 '; :teed"Apbeking; machinery, BO matter great/ f figures) always;: pay'every ,
,"y Grayston ton;.at night 'Fhoneu242.W. : average milk .production >/increased ,' : :"Special prices for Jose tIoU-write now for these, bead for fllustrated booklets,,:and."ask,for spedf cstiona and price lists_. 1ftI" a'
about 23 per cent or nearly Onefourthof *

":'( + Jones & Son I the total yield. The quality\ of the _ _ L B. SKINNER ,MFG.' ,CO.\,. )f-.h _' ,LEE AYE.. DUNEDIN,;, FLORPJt .T ,r. ,
l .; i cattle had Improved about one-fourth .

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OIOIOMK Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Riven. Mr. and; JackonvUle."Miss: Nance Call Bryan, I MRS. NAUGLE ENTERTAINSMrs. FOR SALE-Willow baby carriage
-- '" "' Mrs. Lyman Helveston. all! of'' Lake' of Jacksonville: {) ;,Miss Lillian Eldridge i E. E. Naugle entertained this pod -'COndition Mn.;E.-Eo Naugle. *

City; Miss Nance Call Bryan. Miss of Apopka; Mrs. S. H. Bullock Miss I afternoon at her home on Main streetin 118 Main street. 1tr.
$ Society Notes $ Clyde Cranford and Miss Margaret Clyde Cranford. of Jacksonville; Miss honor of her sister-in-law. Miss Ha-
.: Nelson of Jacksonville, Mrs. R. M.: Inca Carson, Miss( Anne Canon, Ken- : zel Naugle, of Shelbyville, Ind., who FOUND-Leather watchfob bearing a
I Price, Mrs.'Carson's sister of Miami; neth McPherson. B., E. Evans, Marian I is her guest The afternoon was pleas K. of P. emblem. Owner can
and Miss Lillian Eldridge, of Apopka. Farmer and Mr. Harper. antly spent at Five Hundred. same by calling at the Valley V C; ;s
r (MatU. Bells Hurls. Editor.) Other visitors were guests at various 000 e e eAFTERNOON zette office, proving '_"
homes in the city, among them being B. O. B.: IL CLUB TEA paying for this ad. '
Miss Mary Burford of Ocala and Miss The members of the B. O. B. H. club Mr. Kenneth McPherson entertained r
; '' r Req.ast U Made to all patrons of! tie Valley Gazette to send Items Ophelia Gray of St. Petersburg recent were delightfully entertained Tuesday the members of the Chalker-Carson FOR SALE-Two boats; one 35x10;

( r u, of society events to tie Editor 'for publication ia tbe e eol.... sponsor at the Richmond reunion, afternoon by Miss Orpha Rose at her wedding party at afternoon tea Wed- 18 H. P. T. & M engine; one 18
who were entertained by Mrs. Gay home on Broadway. The house was nesday afternoon at the golf club. foot long, 4 H. P. engine, will sell

... Cushing Livingston, and Mrs. Dicker tastefully decorated with roses and 000 cheap; also one pair large mules.H. .
e.I.I.I.I.I'OOIOIO.IIOIOI OIOICtCIOIOIOIOI lfll l Ci'; son of DeLand, who was the guest of ferns. The color scheme of pink and TALENT TEA W. Thurman. 2z-tt
Mrs. H. C. Stanford. white was carried out in the house The Talent Tea of the Methodist
s i CHALKER-CARSON WEDDING over accordion plaited pink crepe de M C decorations and refreshments. The church is being entertained this after. FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and
the attention chine with pink taffeta' jackets trim- noon by Mrs. S. W. Lawler at her one 2 Buick In good i
A social event attracting MRS. AND MISS LEE ENTERTAINThe highest score was made by Miss Mat- wagon cy
of the entire state was the marriage med in pink velvet. Pink picture hats spacious home of Mrs. John M. tie Belle Harris. After the games a home on Chourch street. condition, good tires; must sell or
blue and C COThe
with touches bouquetsof
of Miss Elizabeth Carson eldelltda"ht.r and arm Lee was the scene of a charming party deliciaus ioe cream course was servedon I trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O.
of Hon. and Mrs.!! C. A. Car- Killarney roses plumosa com- last Friday afternoon when Mrs. Lee the card tables. Those presentwere girls of Epworth entertaineda Dos 221, Klssimmee. 7tf
?F son, and niece of United States Senator pleted their outfits. and Miss Mildred Lee entertained witha : Misses Edna Schweikart, Ethel few of their friends last Saturday I
mother of the
of Jacksonville! to l Pro Mrs C. Carson, Lee Annie Cargill of Lakeland' evening in the church parlors. Sev- PLANTS-Send
4 N. P. Bryan in blue r'comfort tea" for Miss Elizabeth Mayes, STRAWBERRY $2.60
v Roy Elmer Chalker, of Lake City, solemnized bride, de was chine.handsomely gowned Bryan Carson, an attractive bride of ; Marion Porter. Nina Bratton, eral games were enjoyed after which for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60.

a* I t at high; noon Wednesday at (crepe At the end of the solemn ceremonythe I Wednesday. Quantities of yellow Mattie Belle Harris. Miss Amy Mak- delicious served.punch, cake and sandwiches Peach, plum, pear and cherry trees i
t 'j S the First Baptist church, this city. bride and groom'slowly filed down daisies were used throughout the inson wiU entertain the club next were at 10 to 16 cents each. John Light)1)
+ The solemn rites of the beautiful house. After all the had Tuesday. foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf
uniting the liven the left aisle with measured tread, guests arrived 000PORCH On small sailor hats covered with ,
+ Episcopal ceremony the bride ushered into '
"Wed- was a
while Mendelsbohn's superb silk flowers
suede wreaths of
or lace
of the young people were performed dinMurc'h" renderedby room where a pretty pink and blue PARTYMr. FURNISHED ROOMS for light a
the Ir. A. J. Holt, assisted was joyously and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman delightfully are effective, or they serve as a border ;
l by pastor Mrs. S. II. Bullock and Mr. Tony comfort was on a frame, all readyto for housekeeping at low rates for the
by Rev. J. J. Farmer Followinjftheceremony Kogcro in a violin duet. From the be tied by the guests; needles and entertained the members of I I a close-fitting turban. summer. Very close tn, in plain .\
an elaborate breakfast was door the were motored to the ribbon being ready for use. the Senior Epworth League and their view of lake: always a good breeze; .
tf aerved at the home of the bride for home of the party bride's parent, where an During the afternoon Mrs. Weaver, friends Tuesday evening with a porch very desirable' location; all conveniences -
the wedding: party and n large( numberof elaborate breakfast! was prepared.For Miss Mary Carson and Miss Margaret party at their home on Verona street.A ; large porches; any numberof
friends. Later in the afternoon the this the. spacious rooms of the Nelson sang several solos accompaniedby number of games were played af- rooms desired at one-half winter ,
and left in an automobileen ter which delicious refreshments of ,II[ Want
bride groom beautiful Carson residence were Miss Elizabeth Carson. Afterwardsthe ds.1 rates. Call or address No. 14
for Savannah, Ga., where ice cream and cake served. Those
route thrown en suite to accommodate guests were !given: cards with pen- were S. Orlando avenue. 18-tf j
, will take steamer for New York open were: Misses Ella Mae Gil- .
they the nearly ]100 guests, friends and cils attached, with questions on one present L .;
and Boston, to be home after August relatives. Extensive decorations of side and the answer, "useful hints fora bert, Mary Simonton, of MicanoPYi LOST-A gold-handled umbrella between \ %
,: 1 at Lake City. -.- bamboo, pink roses and yellow daisies bride" to be written on the other Ruth Clark, Helen Bass, Mattie Belle high: school and Clyde avenue. ;.:
The wedding! was the foremost co- furnished a highly: tasteful setting. side. The cards were; all collected and Harris, Lilian Prentis, Orpha Rose, DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. Finder return to Mrs. B. C. An- >'
/ cial event of the city for the summer Ethel Gilbert, Parah Clark Virginia. Tiller.
Refreshments of a salad course, cof- given to the honor guest to be kept sted. 28-2tp
Nina ;
and one of the lovliest church affairs fee and punch were served in the din- for future reference. The yellow and Tiller, Cecelia Overstreet, Brat-
occurring in Kissimmee. The interior ton, Sarah Clark, Miss Bass, Mrs. Gra-
ever ingroom. At this Mrs. S. H. Bullockand green color scheme was carried out in FOR RENT-Six room modern cot LOST-Between Waters & CarBon'astore
1 of the church presented a most Mrs. G. C. Livingston served coffee the refreshments the cream being dy, Messrs. Earl Cowger, Harper Caster tage, close in; $12 per month. E. and Pinedale, on June 23rd, a
t 1 beautiful scene of verdant display.and and Mrs. C. A. Carson, jr., cream, green with a yellow heart in the cen- Will Mason Tiller, Jimmy Huff- E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur tan colored laincoat. Finder will '.t g
,, i ) The decorations were ferns, palms while Miss Mildred Lee and Miss ter. The cakes and mints also were man, Walter Bass.000 ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn). please leave at Gazette office or return -
in attaining a mo-
hybiscus profusion Clyde Cranford presided over the green and yellow. The bride's cake to E. B. Clark. 2 -1tpJ "
touch I
a tiff of dark with a MISS DANN HONORED.The .
green punch table. The center table of the was prettily ioed with the bride and FOR SALE-Mission oak writing:
'/ pink. dining room was adorned with a large groom's initials and date of wedding.On Tallahassee! correspondent of desk and bookcase combined, perfect FOR SALE-No. 5 Oliver typewriter,
t. Promptly at the opening hour- vase of pink roses and lace covers over cutting Miss Wilder cut the ring, the Florida Times-Union sends the condition. Inquire Box 611. nearly new. Price $40; cost $105. J"
1'1. r-.\, high noon-an exquisite. prelude of pink. Miss Inez Carson the.thunblt Mrs. following item concerning Miss Mau Kissimmee, Fla. 24tf! Apply to S. II. Bullock. tf
< music opened the services. From the Naugle the dime. After-tffe quilt was tine Dann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I
choir Miss Mary Carson, cousin of the Eight girls who are members of the finished all the single ladies held the C. W. Dann, of this city: I II
I" first rendered in voice solo the Campfire Girls assisted in the serving Miss Maurine Dann, of Kissimmee,
bride, edge and a yellow cat with a large I
l the bride having been a leader in who is the attractive of Miss !
.I'.I'I highly imaginative "Oh, Promise Me, green bow was put in and tossed up, guest:
this its
organiaztion inceptonhere.
I' Margaret since Gladys Crawford, was the honor
with wonderful sweetness. and jumjed out at Miss Mary Carson,
Nelson next sang "A Song of signifying she was to be the next guest at a delightful straw ride to
; 'r Thanksgiving": in a voice full of melts During: the past several weeks the bride. The guests at this delightful Lake Bradford Thursday afternoon.A 264 PRESCRIPTIONS 264N16NT
ts t'. ody and harmony.She bride-elect has been much feted and party were: Mrs. N. B. Carson, Mrs.N. number of young! people were pres- PHONE PHONNIGHT E
was followed by the quartet the recipient of innumerable social affairs B. Bryan, Miss Sally Pilley, Mrs. ent, they being Messrs. Gwynn Crawford I
i Y Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Miss Nel- given by her relatives. and Belle Carr, Mrs. E. L. Lesley, Mrs. Guy Smith, Raleigh! Van Brunt
{i t ; son J. W. Prentis, who rendered "0 friends. Many beautiful and costly Marion Carson, Mrs. Verner Ellis Henry Blackburn, William ;laywoodCates
? Perfect Love," at the conclusion of gifts in silver. cut glass: and linen Mrs. C. A. Carson, Mrs. G. C. Livingston Ted Yon, Misses Genevieve
i which they l began the. opening: chorus have attested to .her popularity and Mrs. C A. ('a.Hon, jr., Mrs. S. Crawford, Grace Hannan, Martha 4
of the wedding march from "Loheni also that of the groom. The gift to H. Bullock, Mrs. Dickerson) of DeLand Hudson, Elinor Nixon. Ruth Childs P
1 grin." Miss Lillian Kldriiige of Apopka the former of her near family was a I Mrs. Naugle, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, Gladys Crawford and the guest of WHEN YOUR DOCTOR WRITES YOU A
played the accompaniment with ex- handsome set of costly silver. Mrs. .1. I II.) Clark, Mrs. WL Barber, honor, Miss Maurine Dann.PORTER .
cellent \technique for these. The gift! of the groom to the bride Mrs. II. C. Stanford, Mrs. B. B. Simpson 040 R R
At thin signal the wedding partyentered was the automobile in which they began Mrs. Clad Johnson, Miss Mary
and Mrs. M. H. Porter held I
from the vestibule in the following their honeymoon.The Carson, Miss l'.thel Wilder, Miss Doweof a PRESCRIPTION
t- order: First came the. ushers !bride's bouquet which she tossed Kentucky, Miss! Gray of St. Petersburg family reunion during the past weekat E E
)a, '1+ Mr. B. E. Evans and Mr. Marion Farmer to the girls of the wedding: party Miss Lilian Eldridge of Apopka which twenty-six, members of the ,'
'', wro proceeded down .the aislei from the stairway after the breaKfastwas Miss Ruby Ellis, Miss Naugle of family were present. The list included -
-4--s. and took up a position on either side caught bv Miss Inez Carson, her Shelbyville, Ind., Margaret Nelson of their daughters Mrs. Starkey, of S INSTRUCT HIM TO BRING IT TO US. IT WILL S
j of the altar. Next the bridesmaids sister. When the bride's cake was cut Jacksonville. Miss Inez Carson, Miss St. Petersburg; Mrs. Simmons, of I
r ,; ) and 'groomsmen. Miss Nance Call the usual articles hidden therein were Anne Carson, Miss Elizabeth Carson, Punta Gorda; Mrs. Bass, of Avon : BE FILLED JUST AS HE WANTS IT
xa Bryan of Jacksonville, the bride's cut by the following: ring, Miss Phyllis Miss Virginia Tiller, Miss Marie Hud Park; Mrs. McDonough and family of c '
Breeze and Mrs. B. C. Miller and C _.
s Jarrell thimble Miss Mildred Lee Cape
aunt, and Mr. Lee Jarrell, and Miss ; ; dleston. Miss Annie Cargill Mays of
Ines Carson, sister of the bride, andt1J' dime, Miss Virginia Makinson; the Lakeland! Miss Edna Scnweikart. family of "Tempe" grove and theirson
Mr. Kenneth McPherson. They were heart Miss Mary 'Carson; book of 000 Vernon and wife, of St. Cloud. THERE ARE CHEMICALLY PURE DRUGS AND I'I
followed by the other groomsman.. Mr. knowledge Miss Clyde Cranford.The GIVES BATHING PARTY Fifteen of the twenty grandchildren R R

i' C. A. Carson, jr., and Mrs. Carson jr., bride is the eldest daughter of Monday afternoon Mrs. J. I). Clark of the family were 000BIRTHDAY present. i DRUGS ONLY COMMERCIALLY PURE THE
the matron of honor. Miss Anne Bryan the Hon and Mrs. C. A. Carson of this and Mrs. H. ClstStanford gave a PARTY I I -I'

J 1 Carson, maid of honor and sister city, a young lady of charm and at bathing party to St. for Miss; Marjorie Naugle celebrated her I DIFFERENCE BEING IN THE ACTIVE QUALITY I IP
of the bride, next came down the aisle. tractiveness. She is also a niece of Elizabeth Carson and the ladies, of fourth birthday Tuesday afternoonand
These occupied places on either side United States Senator N. P. Bryanof the Chalker-Carson wedding party. entertained a few little friends.
.,y ( of the altar. Jacksonville. After enjoying the dip in the lake, Games were played and ice cream and P
At the same instant as the bridesmaids Miss Carson has taken a prominent the party returned to the Clark home cake Those OUR
were served. present were DRUGS ARE FOR MEDICINAL
-k and entered the place in the social life of this city and
groomsmen where ice cream, cake and punch were Geraldine
Virginia Lesley Lesley,
,, t room and best man, Mr. Selwyn section and with her mother has beena served from the' dining table which T
; Clara Tucker, Nellie Gilbert, Evelyn THAT IS WHY WE BUY ONLY THE CHEMICALLY TI
t .: Chalker, cousin of the groom, enter- charming hoatess'on innumerable was laid with a drawn work cloth witha Johnson Virginia Harris. Patsy Mak-
t. 1 i eel from a room on the left of the al- occasions centerpiece of ferns and pink bigo-: inson, Joy Makinson, Evelyn Paulk, PURE.
;.,, tar and took up a position at the She is a graduate of Stetson univer- nias. In the party besides the hostess Mary Naugle, Alma Naugle John T I IO
t ''t 'rt,bt center in front of the altar. i sfty, DeLand, and is as highly talented and honor guest were Mrs C. A. Car Lesley, jr., Joe Tucker, Richard Bandy "f.' ,
They were now Joined by the bride and accomplished as she is attractive. son, jr., Mrs. Dickinson of DeLand; Preston Johnson, Maynard Paulk, .
on th arm of her father, he giving She has taken an active part in Miss Ines Carson Miss Lillian Eld Lee '
her away, and as the-last strains of I the work of the Will Bryan chapter ridge of Miss Margaret Nelson George Singletary.. . ThAT IS ALSO WHY WE PRODUCE TIlE VERY 0 't.

i ;1 ... the' march ceased Dr. A. J. Holt spoke U. D. C.. this city. Her. father ex- of Jacksonville; Miss Nance Bryan BATIHNG PARTY 1
the divine words prescribed by the State Senator Carson) Is president of of Jacksonville; Miss Lucile Sor- The following young people compos BEST PRESCRIPTIONS.
+ t' Anglican church which made the two i the State Bank of Kisslmmee and is gen, of Jacksonville; Miss Madeline ed a bathing party in East-Lake Wed- N N
man and wife. The beautiful ring I well known over the state in banking Hill, of Narcoossee; Miss Margaret nesday evening: Miss Ella Mae Gilbert l'//I'
ceremony was used and the beautiful and political circles. He has also Stanford and Miss Clark. her guest, Miss Mary Simcnton f
passages were repeated by the bride ''I taken a prominent part in the educational .Louie Micanopy; Miss Lucy i S PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED S
I and groom. An appropriate prayer ; work of the state and is president BRIDAL PARTY ENTERTAINEDAfter H. Gregory, Mr. and BucklesbMrs. -
was said by Rev. Farmer at the close I of the board of trustees of Co- the rehearsal of"the Chalker- man, Mr. and Mrs. William Arnold,
w cf this. lumbia college, Lake City. Carson wedding on Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. 'C. L: Bandy and son,
The bride was beautifully costumed' The groom is a prominent practicing the Hon. and Mrs. C. A. Carson enter- Richard, W. A. Gregory and Prater w
+ In a battleship gray imported gabardine physician of Lake City, where he is tained the wedding party and a few Gilbert. .
O silk traveling gown and wore a well known and his sterling qualities friends informally at the KissimmeeGolf I ,
black straw hat trimmed in blue appreciated by a large circle of Club. Refreshments of sherbet MOONLIG1ITcPICNICMies
;,. wings. She carried a shower bouquetof friends.A and cake were served. In the party Lillian Harris gave a moon- PHONE PALACE PHONE
bride's roses and lilliea of the val- large number of outoftownguests beside the bride and groom were: light picnic at the city dock last Fri-
't ley.The were present to witness the Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn Chalker, of Lake day night in honor of Miss Mary Sey- 41
matron of honor the maid of ceremony and to attend the other City; Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Rivers, of mour, of Miami. After playing various : 41
?k ; ., honor and the bridesmaids wore pret- functions. Those at the Canton home Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade games a picnic luncheon was serv-
tily fashioned dresses of white net were Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn Chalker, Tucker, Miss Margaret Nelson, of ed and several large watermelons cut. .'
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"THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE : 'MEET 'ME!' MEET "ME! MEET ..Free! Free! 'Fr.el! Valuable presents; Mr. and hire. 'A. 'B. Fields and Miss AnnieCCargUI: May**, of Lakeland the 'boa trimmed with yellow .w* .;.. ,

.. (Teleeho.e Mo.'1L) ME! at Makinson's big' 10 day sale will be given away: Saturday: at 9 a. m. daughter,'of visitors. ;who has been the guest of Miss and pal.yepow: frosted grapes. .
I Saturday, July 3rd and Monday,'July and Monday at' 10 su m.' during Sal. in the city Tuesday,. Ethel, Lee returned_ home,Wednesday. A particularly-charming bat "otiiithe
Published Xvry Friday By 6th.) Everybody else will be be there at Makinson's 6,. '10 and 99 CenU Miss Hilda- Coarser of"'Plant City The'Kissimmee Business Is other day at luncheon hour was of

W. a. HAJUUS H. 0. TANS GRIIIW I and you had '.better go.too., Makin- Store.:Come. and" get. yours. "' spent Tuesday with :Miss, Leone.Rob.non. -, undoubtedly one. of the best College in Flor black Milanelongated sailor' shape: 'j
son's 6 I), 10 and 99 Cents Department.. J.1i...CeDora Lieuellen; ."of 'Lake' .. ida. It possesses a Department of with a trimming of. white-petaled :yel
Store. low-cent rvd daisies of h
000The land." well known in" educational .and W. Bookkeeping unexcelled intho.: state. aei'
;Engraved cards and Invitations. size all around the base ef the UOW'Qand
.T.. R, Stewart of the Tampa Hardware life insurance circles in Florida, visited can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette Only the highest' grade courses cf a simple bow of black moire rib-'
; company: .pent Mrs. tW.'J. Fripp and Miss E. J. office 'tf study: are:taught." The Bookkeepingand bon across a the back.... .
"I Local Field i 1 calling on the trade. Bickerdike last Tuesday., Banking; Course Is the pee chosen ,Two short.amberheaded'pin.. held
Mr. and Mrs; J. H. Reese. of Orlando
the Panama authorities for'itsModel
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Makinson's every department'' full ii:;. and Mrs. L..A. piles and chit. spent Thursday here the guests ofrelativ. School of Commercial: Educa- this hat,t0 the hair- which, by. the
of Bargains.. See our window display dren of Lucerne Park, Mr. and Mrs. ... way: ,'was dark and around the edge
tion. The Shorthand Course is that
+ + ++ *. 6, 10 and 99 Cents Dept. Store.Mrs. John Snively.. of Florence Villa, passed . of the brim was draped one of the

.............. .... . .. .. W. J. Reap, of Macey through; city Monday en route Attorney J. H. Jones, of Orlando, used delightfully by-President, facing The premises the graceful; sanpan veils' -th* latest.. veil a'i'
home after spending several weeks atDa'tona. was in the city Tuesday on legal busi notion of fnnion. . >;,,
is expected Friday visit Mrs. J. D. Tohopekaliga lake. W. teach much These veils are or circular
11 Weather Clark. I ness.Charles more, than the ordinary business affairs cut out in the middle toAt
k Report Engraved cards and invitations. We' Rev and Mrs. A. M. Chisholm. his i National W. Dow Bank cashier of of the Peaplea business school pretends to teach as over the hat crown and with an .1... *..

\1 can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette mother, Mrs. A. J. Chisholm, and baby visitor in the Orlando, was a 'we have strong departments in SpanIsh tie run through a casingso that the
office. tf daughter left Thursday for Pinelock. city Wednesday and Frenchi also in Elocution and I veil holds Itself on,without aid of .pins.
near Orlando, where they will spend S. L. Lupfer was able to be at his : I allied. subjects are
Following are daily temperatures I have two or three second-hand several weeks vacation on his orange post of duty at the Osceola Hardwarestore carefully taught; 2 -tf I LINEN FOR TRIMMING.
and precipitations as reported pianos, almost eoual to new. Genuine again this week after a week' Linen, in strongcolors, as well 'as I '
by Government station bargains. Cash or terms. J. W. grove. illness. Hii many friends are glad to There are now about 1,500 Esperanto -, in white, will be very. much used as a ; .
at Kissimmee for the week end- Prentis. Makinson'c! Remember the place. see him out again societies in the world. dress trimming; this spring- ,
ing Thursday, July 1: Just one block. from passenger. depot, Bright purple and emerald green ,.' '
Misses and Esther Aurande,
Mayme Dr. A. J. Holt will leave YELLOW MODISH COLOR.
4 __ .. .. of Denver Colo. arrived this week to 804-806 Broadway.Mrs. Saturday linen collars are being; applied to nary
Friday _94 79 afternoon fbr Arcadia, where he will Yellow is an extremely fashionablecolor I blue tailor-mades with good effect. t
it Saturday -- -- ____96 78 be the guests of their uncle. S. L Belle Mershon, of Ocala, arrived fill the pulpit(! at the Baptist church at this season, as is evidenced by
.Y I Sunday ______ ____96 72 Lupfer and family.W. in Kissimmee Monday on a visitto both morning and evening services I the number of pale yellow frocks at Police licenses are issued to women r
\ Monday ______ __97 80 .52 B. Crawford went to Fellsmere her sister-in-law. Mrs. C. V. Bear- The Rev. J. J. Farmer will preach in I every opening of importance,, and by cab drivers in Paris. '
M h Monday to attend a meeting of 'the den. Mrs. Mershon is a former resi- : the Baptist church here Sunday morn 9 i

1 Tuesday ---- -- ..94 81 Fellsmere Farms company, in whichhe dent of this city, where she has a large ing and the Sunday School conventionwill .. eeabeeea_ , aebaeeeCs5. . 6...., ....., ., .._ ._ ..._ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ._ .. ._ j
,I Wednesday ____ ___93 81 is a stockholder.I circle of friends. be held in the church in the even- - - - - - - - - - - - - yO

I r, Thursday ------- __96 85 have two or three second-hand J. Frank Barber died at his homeeast ing.

.l pianos, almost equal to new. Genuine of Narcoossee Tuesday and was All members of the Hart Memorial NEW FLA. SYRUP
: \ tis. tery. He was born and reared in this requested to be present at the reg-
H. Brokaw, with Grilling little county and leaves a large number of ular monthly meeting at the chapter
Mrs. II. C. and
Brothers, the tree people. 40tf sorrowing friends and relatives.The house Monday, July 6th. at 4 o'clockp.

," Tuesday J. E. Bowen in the, city.of Loughman, spent daughter island.Ililliard and Mildred family, are visiting at Milliard's J. K. Kissimmee two iron loe chimney company stacks were of blown the the., to consider Elizabeth an amendment Aultman, sec-to 1 Cal. Pails 5Oc" : Fat

down last Friday afternoon during a retary.
rS J. H. Halley, of Loughman, spent 1 Dr. Winn desires to announce thatin wind and rainstorm. No other dam-
Tuesday in the city.F. the future he may be found at his Cecil McIntyre, drummer in the TAYLOR'SPhone
office from 9 to 12 a. m., and from 2 to age of any consequence' was reportedin Dixie orchestra, was stricken with ap-
S. Gilbert and Fred Bass motored 4 p. m., every day. 27-2t the city. pndinti on Tuesday of this week andis
to Orlando last Sunday.F. The Sanford Herald on Tuesday of confined to his room in the Gray- X 250 18 Stewart Ave. : : :
and Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown left
A. Barber, t f Jacksonville, spent Mr. this week had a whole column con- stone annex. His father, C. I). McIntyre -
Sunday here. Tuesday night for Mount Pleasant. cerning the Fourth of July celebra- of Lakeland, was called to his ***
O., where they will spend tion here next Monday. A large crowdis bedside and will remove him to his
M. L. Brantley, of Orlando, was a the summer with relatives.R. coming to Kissimmee Monday by home as soon as he is able to travel.
visitor in the city Sunday.F. C. Bender, of the St. Louis Fish : special train over the A. C. L. rail- 000..0.0..00..0... ..... 6..* 0.6..+...*. . ....._.., .
The communion service
S. Witherby, of Apopka was a and Oyster company, was a visitor I roa d.W. will "be held the
Sunday morning
visitor in the cit-- Tuesday. here last week, arranging for carload S. Burns, son of the famous detective church and
Walter Drennan, of Orlando, was a shipments of fish from this city.J. I, W. J. Burns is a visitor in the i members Presbyterian will be welcomed to some the com-new During the Fourth of July \ \ t..

business visitor in the city on Monday. F. Thornton the popular travel- I city, having come Mere to look over I munion. There will be no services at .
I ing salesman for the S. P. RichardsCo. the orange grove near Campbell in this church at the evening hour on ac- 1 "
Miss Dora Tracey left Sunday for ., of Atlanta, was in the city yester which his father is interested. count of the Sunday school meeting at Celebratton
her home at Otsego, Mich.B. the First
day. Baptist church.

C. Dutton spent Sunday eveningat Miss Estelle Persons, wb rHBs b..en'' Every man, woman and child in Osce- I Mrs. H. Logan, of Lakeland, was Don't forget theFairplay
Lakeland. the guest of her brother George W. I ola county to visit our first Big Win- here several days this week to take
Earl Lupfer went to Tampa Thursday Persons, and wife, left for her homein dow Display Sale Saturday morning charge of the stock{ of the La Mode J
on business. Buena Vista, Ga., on Tuesday. I at 9 o'clock and Monday at 10 a. m. Hat and Suit ;Ghop: conducted uptil I Market

Charles F. Prevail, jr., served as See bargains displayed in our win- recently by Mrs. N. II. Norris, who
. Reed'a liread is what you want and night policeman several nights this dows. The biggest and best!>arKains has left for the North. The stock was
1 need. Ask for it. 26-21 ever offered here or elsewhere. Every-
week on account of the illness of the shipped to Lakeland to be added to the
Carnngton K. Harrs of Jacksonville regular night man, A. E. Oolernan.A. '. body come. Makinson's 5, 10 and 99 stock of her store there. The fixtures
Store :i)4-30i) (
Cents IJopt. ( Broadway,
I was a visitor here Monday.J. 1). Zachary of Sanford. was a one block from passenger depot.Mr. were prietor sold of to the George Dollar W.Limit Persons store., pro-. I All kinds of Hot Sausages made \ .

E. Bowen, of Davenport was a bufunes visitor here on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alexander and w
Zachary is president of the Yellow I Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn Chalker, of I
visitor in Kissimmee on Tuesday. son of Atlanta, Ga., spent several I Plant.
Pine Lumber company, of this city.A. Jo'itchh ere this week with Mr. and Lake City, spent yesterday in Orlando our own
Prof. Cox, of Loughman was a visItor -
the San Juan.
at They
quests wereen
to Kissimmee Tuesday. A. Cook, representing the King Mrs. C. L. Bandy. They were touring
\ Hardware company, of Atlanta, Ga.. through the state in their automobileand route to Kissimmee where they will
I Meats of Kind.
Mrs. W. B. of Jacksonville, Aftera attend the Carson-Chalker wedding Fancy Every
,. Higdon was in the city Wednesday calling on went from here to Tampa.'
is visiting relatives in this city. the trade. I short stay! there they will begin the which will take place at high noon to-
day. Mr. Chalker, who is a cousin of I
Mrs. Morris Dickerson, of DeLand, Mrs. L. H. Ingram and daughter, trip the groom, will officiate as best man.
is visiting Mrs. H. Clay Stanford. Irene leave Tuesday or Wednesdayfor F. Martin and family, who have I I Orlando Sentinel.

.J<:d. Gilbert spent several days thisak Newton Grove, N. C., to vosot Mr. been living at 924 Hughey street, will Fairplay. Market .
Fire last destroyed
early aturday morning -
leave early next week for Stanton,
;; : at Okeechobee City with J. C..Led Ingram's mother and father.
the residence of Mr. Connor I
Ky., where they go In the hope of benefiting on -
better. Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee, Mrs. Martin's health. The the Campbell road south of the city. DARLINGTON
Mrs. Howard Katz returned last and Miss Lucile Sorgen of Jackson- Martins are now selling off their fur- The house was one-story in heighth f PHONE 245 AVE. i
Saturday from an extended visit with ville, arrive today to visa Mrs. J. D.Clar niture preparatory to leaving. and was completely destroyed. The .
her parents at Rollo, Mo. fire was said to have started from a 000..0..0.. ...................... '
Miss Myrtle Bobbin, a teacherthe ftf defective flue. No insurance was carried ,
County Judge "Billy" MartinI of B. H. BeUsorio)\ of Orlando, w.ain high school at Kissimmee, returned and only a part of the household f
Orange county, was a visitor here the city Tuesday in the interest of the to Gainesville Sunday after a short goods were sa edv '"
Tuesday. big celebration to be staged there on visit to her home, and has resumedher :-"
July 3, 4 and 6 by the Woodmen of work in the normal class at the T. Groves, .of Thonotosassa, Fla.,
Always ask your grocer to supply the World. I university.-Gainesville Sun. was in Kissimmee on Monday on a
you with Reed's bread. 26-2t business trip. This was Mr. Grove's
Senator Arthur E. Donegan motoredover HELP. WANTED! HELP WANTED first visit to Kissimmee and he How About Your ?
Investment wassurprised
J. R. Deckle, of the Deckle Monday - to the East Coast Saturday and at Makinson's Saturday, July 3rd, at the size and attractiveness Eyes
campanof Tampa, spent '
vpent Sunday visiting; in Melbourneand and 6th. .o
j Monday, July 10,000 men, of this city.: lie say that even
here. cities along the shores 'of the. women and children. '1-2 ton fresh Tampa hasv nothing equal to our '," ,
t '1/ ,. H. W. Grady returned Saturday Atlantic. Candy Just received. from the factory Broadway.Mr. '
1 from a business trip to Fort Meade, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Burgess of Tam Must lie sold,, eaten' or given away. y. ,; '
Zolfo and Arcadia. pa, stopped off Sunday to visit for the Everybody come: Free ice water. Re- and Mrs. J. M. G neJ.retum. .- .. . J ,' ... .. '
Mrs. day with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Boice member the place, Makinson's 5t 10 ed Wednesday after a month's visit in .I t' r
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berry,
and 99 Cents Florence and
H. Hartsell en route home by motor from attend- Store just one Darlington counties
and J.
W. H. Farmer mo-
ing the druggist convention in Jack- from passenger depot. South Carolina. During his absenceMr. -
tored to Orlando Sunday.
Gardner attended the Confederate
sonville. Judge George F. Kribbs. of Kissim ;
Mrs. A. C. Starbird, of Apopka. was mee, was in the city today. Judge Reunion at Richmond but says that If they are not giving Ji
and chil-
Mrs. George Donegan two
the reunion this marred
a guest this week of Mrs. M. A. Geiger. Kribbs has friends who year was by
dren, Lorene and Master Arthur are numerous are continued rains. He had a fine time,
camping on East Lake with Mr. and always pleased to see him.-Orlando towever, visiting his old home in outh satisfactory service,
Judge G. F. Parker made a business Mrs. Pat Johnston and D. G. Wagnonand ReporterStar.Joe : Carolina, where he greeted old
trip to Tampa, St. Petersburg and family for the summer.. Nimits, much to the delight of friends. He says that there will bea consult Cole the Op-

Clearwater this week.C. Irvin Witz, aged 14, was the happy his many friends, is able to be out on fine crop of cotton this year. ;

B. Turner, of Tampa, visited the winner of the minature automobile the streets again after partial recov- Mrs. C. Simmons and two 'daughters I tometrist with {
j'' family of J. K. Milliard a few days given in the Dixie theater contest for ery from his injury sustained when he , of Punta Gorda, and Mrs. T. A. ,
last week. the most votes secured in the selling was thrown from his wagon by a sud- Bass, daughter Miss Berta, and so.i
den of his horse several weeks
I Misses Lottie and Lola Lawler left of tickets. Young Kritz had credit for jerk Roscoe, of Avon Park, who have been ,
last Saturday for a visit with friends 30,760 votes. ago. i the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Por-
at Arcadia and Fort Myers. Owing to an accident Miss Ann Bryan Charles Doll, representing the H. ter for several days, left for their
I Carson, canning club agent, has & W. B. Drew company, of Jacksonville homes on Monday. Mrs. Simmonsand
Engraved cards and ihvitations. We been unable to make her rounds. Any was in the city this week calling Mrs. Bass are daughters of Mr.
can furnish them. Call at the Valley tf one wishing to have fresh vegetablesor on the trade. Mr. Doll, who is com- and Mrs. Porter. Another daughter, Cole Jewelry CompanyW
Gazette office. tomatoes canned may do so By mak- monly known over South Florida as Mrs. Gertrude Starkey, and son. Roy,
Dr. W. W. Carson and Attorney arrangements with her or Jeanette "paper doll," because he sells paper of St. Petersburg, who have also been
Lewis O'Bryan moved their offices Prevatt or Fern Fansler. The work makes his headquarters in Tampa and visiting here, left for home on Sun-
this week to the new Rivers building. will be done on shares. is a regular visitor in this section. day.

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floor Space Doubled To Meet the Demand of Our Growing Trade j ;:

I Beginning Saturday we will occupy the old Osceola Journal building in addition to our present store. We are '

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Elkikin Work- Brand New Line of Gingham and Bon Ton Straws for Men. the kind Ladies White Canvas Shoes with : w

Endicott Johnson solid leather. Chambray House Dresses in that! have !that cushion fitting positive Rubber heels and Soles; a genuine -'
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) i,( : see her again l May God In Hi* cr atmerey POLLUTED FARM WATER.' .OTI or *nwwrnATo.S .
and love send mlnisterijtg .angel In electing a country horn for the (ree'rserDIseh.rg.., ..) If lm. oaitk Clmlt". G..wt. at.r Osessta Fie>rl..
to the home and hearts. o l the bereaved summer special1 attention should be tm Oemrt .< Oevatty ,,'.**.. "iatS. I.. Ch. .1' ,. S "Ot

tI St. '' Cloud one. given to the question'of a pure water .. 0M 1 ..' .'.t7.J. Maude .Morrl's.. compllnaat. S
: DepartmentNews re senate... e *
Funeral service conducted In which"
\ were supply Farms are generally Peter Uullaa. Boon .Morris,
the Methodist church at Shingle remote from town, cities,i or' other Notice Is hereby riven, to alt whom I appearing Df.ndant appended to
\ ) ',:" Creek in a very. impressive and ap- area of congested population. seem to It may concern, that. on the 4th day. of bill filed Tn the above-staled cause-;

I. :. . I propriate way by Rev. W B.. J. Sum be almost ideally situated for obtain the September.Honorable A. D T... l'lI.1X) Murphy.shall Judge apply of to I that Bn. Is Morris a non-resident the defendant of the

; ;tM' News. and Note of the "Wonder City" From Our Own ner, of Kissimmee, after which the lag pure and ,wholesome water., In aid court.. a> Judge of I.f"o-rt": for Iin of Florida. and is a resident of ,
; ., ; body was laid to rest in the cemetery reality however, polluted water is exceedingly Anal discharge aa r the phis, Tennessee, over the age of .
\ :':. Special: Correspondent to await the morning of the farms estate of Peter Oullaa.!, deceased; and ty-one years; It Is therefor or
resurrec common on and ty
; .that at the same time I,will .present to that aaldnon-reeldept defendant bo and
c I. .
I phoid-fever rates .are a.uaUy"pe&ter the''..aid oourt ID,- final aooounts asadministrator be la hereby required to appear to the
I r tion.By a friend and neighbor, Mrs. G. in country districts than in cities. of ar.ald estate, and ask bill of complainant Died In said causeon
k ,. S.'R. Morrison arrived Mbnday from Hon. H.: C. Stanford, of Kissimmee, B. Woodan.O Typhoid fever is transmitted largely for their r or before Monday the led day of
I I I < Dated March 4. A. D., 1911. August. A. D.. ltl, otherwise the allegations
Fresno Calif. He to look St. Cloud caller Sunday.A .
I came was a on in drink or food taken into the stomach N. C. kTAN. of said bill will bo taken '. '
: : ., around for a location. large crowd enjoyed the dance at .OOO. ...OOOO.OOO.O and is specially likely to be communicated ea-mo-for-imo.-ll Admlnl.trator.I confessed by said defendant. -SIt

C. W. Bruns, of Narcoossee, was in the Vandenberg boat house last Thurs- by polluted waters obtained Is further ordered that this order .
: : ORDER FOR rUB.LICATION.I. be once a week for four consecutive -
. our city on Monday. day evening. UNION CENTER.Mrs. from shallow wells near spots I published weeks In the Kissimmee Valley
Mr. and Mrs. William Eaton 'left G. W. Grant reports that he has a where the discharges of typhoid I Clmlt (".sirt .Htate .f ri.rlda.. !!I..Id. ..- Oasette, a newspaper published In 4
Tuesday morning for Syracuse, Kans., fine garden and all the vegetables he ot'OOOOOwOO.oooot have been deposited and subse- .... ".. .. Clrrvlt. Oaveelej (......7.I said county and atate.

where they expect to make their needs for house hold use, and then quently carried into the wells, and it Winifred V. Reep. Complainant I This tenth day of June, A. D., lilt.

: ; home. I I some. lie believes this is the best Wetherbee underwent a critical is doubtless principally this fact that I Edwin: L. Reep Defendant vs (Seal) J. L. OVKRSTREET.Clerk Circuit Court.. .

1 : r E. P. Dann, wife and children, from : stock country on earth. He has good operation at Otlando last Wednes- makes the disease so common in farming .. Johnston Oarrett.

Miami, were the guests Monday of health here and all that is day morning.('. We are glad to report regions.The It app..arfnllr by affidavit filed In the Solicitor for Complainant. J4t .
possesses is above-stated cause that Edwin L. Keepthe .
I that she
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ely. necessary to make him comfortable getting along nicely. sources of the water used on the defendant therein named. Is a nonresident -
', Samuel BartinesB came in Tuesday I'and happy. Miss Hattie Turner spent Saturday farm are numerous-lakes streams of the state of. Florida and AN ORD.NANCI!

: from Ohio and will locate here. I I Mr. Farris, who resides on the corner night and Sunday with Blanche Lawson springs, wells of various kinds and Is India.a resident over the of Singu.age of Upper twenty.Burma.on.. An ordinance to amend Section Sfl of

C. E. Ryan, of Sanford. cace in of Kentucky avenue and Seventh cisterns-all being extensively used years, It la therefore ordered that said "An Ordinance .Prescribing and Defining -

; Tuesday and will have charge of the I street is quite ill. We trust he will lassie last Haye week.C. visited Mrs. Willis Al- although the water from lakes and nonresident defendant be. and the Is bill hereby of- Pertaining the R"Kulaton. Governing.. .. .. and Accounting -

Ryan Bros and Britt hardware storeon i soon be out again. man streams is generally used only for complaint required. filed to In appear said cause to on or.b... and Use of the Municipal S

4' Pennsylvania avenue. I K. W. Rice of Iowa City, Iowa, was B. Turner, of Tampa Hllfiard{ visited a stock. Each of these sources under fore Monday. the fth day of September Electric Light Waterworks and Sewerage -

Messrs. Floyd Mosher, Harry Todd, I, in St. Cloud Tuesday on business.G. few days at the J. K.. home some conditions may yield entirelysafe A. D. 1916. otherwise the allegations Plants and Systems and and Plumb-Serviceof
last week. of said bill will be taken as confessed Same and House Wiring
Mac Arrowsmith and Roy Van Den- I A. Bleech expects to move into and satisfactory supplies while by said defendant Ing In the City of Kissimmee. and Providing -
berg motored to Kissimmee Tuesday his new location about July 80. There will be a "social" at the homeof under other conditions certain of them It la further ordered that this order Penalties for the Violation of

last. Lee George Edwards returned Saturday C H. Funk Wednesday evening. be a constant to health. be published once a week for eg! hconsecutive Such R..ulaton...
evening Bessie. Lawson and Smith may menace weeks In the Valley Oasetts Re by the council of th.
L. Mrs. George Arrowsmith and Mrs. 'I from a two weeks' trip down j in Kissimmee Thurs- Of the various sources of water supply a newspaper published In said city of Kissimmee that Section 55 of

. L. L. Atwood spent several day. la.t. the east coast. were shopping the ground water U I the most satisfactory -qQ.\ll"Y and stt.This..June "An OrdlMOe' Prcaerlfctatr and Defln-
week in Daytona, returning on Fri J. T. Tindall, of Narcoossee, was i in day morning. lor.ta..beeaa.e'i is tll, A. D. 1 HJ leg the Regulations Governing and '
the Accounting
Mesdames Lawson and Harvey and Pertaining to -
4 day. St. Cloud Wednesday making purchases least liable to pollution, and streams I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. and Use Manaa.m..nt"
Lena called Mrs. Sam Munl"I.1
Mac Arorwsmith, Dr. L. C. Riddle, of our merchants.Miss Harvey on and ponds are the most unsatisfactory C. K. ROBINSON. Electric Light Waterworks .
Harry Todd and Roy Van Denberg Ruth Bass is entertaining her Barber Monday. because of the ease and frequencywith Solicitor for Complainant. 27-s age Plants and Systems da Service of
Mr. Wetherbee. Nellie WetherbeeMrs. Same and House Wiring and PlumbIng .
.. motored to Loupghman Sunday after- sister from Avon Park this week. McClain and Mrs. Funk motoredup which they are contaminated.. NOTICB.To In the Klaslmmee, and Providin'
: r.f
John Davis, who resides near Run Fortunately however, they are very the property owners In Osoeolacounty1 n the Violation of 0
noon.Mr. Lake is ill with to Orlando Sunday to see Mrs. used I .Is that Such Regulations. be amended to read
and Mrs. W. N. Garner Mr. and nymede quite appendicitis. seldom for drinking and domes Notice hereby given

Mr. Charles Feather. and E. G. Farris Wetherbee Wetherbee. continues They report to improve that if Mrs.she tic purposes, being utilised mainly for the. board county of county will sit commissioners as I an equalising oOsceola aa No follows hose: .hal be used without a iJ

( went to Kissimmee on Wednesday Elmer Knight was visiting his brither stock, on which the effect of slight board at their next regular. meet-. nosxle and nosxle shall be more
', ., to attend the Carson-Stalker wedding. Oliver Knight, in St. Cloud las will be able to return home in about general pollution is not serious, thoughsome log on the fifth day of July. A D., 1916J. than 1-4 Inch In diameter. Yard flxturea -
two weeks. L. OVKRSTRKET.21St shall not be converted into Jets
,.. Mr. Lydia Mosher, who has spent week. Rosier Lawson returns to his workat severe epidemics' of disease Clerk Circuit Court or fountains nor shall the hose whilein
,.; . I ome time with friend. In St. Petersburg -I Lou Wells, from St. Louis, Mo., was the office this week. among cattle been traced to polluted use be fastened to any frame poet .
St. Cloud caller Mon In St. Cloud last week. express streams. The or tree or mechanical device but shall
S was a on underground sup Ne tle* of Appllvstle r. Tm* u. V.-
day. Cracker Jones, from Tampa, was Mrs. Smith and Evelyn called at plies, wether from wells or springs, "r BretteM BT4 ... Mil O...ral be h.ld In the hand. Lawn sprinklers.however. .\
the Lawson and Harvey homes las Stmtmt** .( the State ., ....rI... may be used and permuted to
I', MI. Margaret Stanford and Mrs here Wednesday. although safe in many localities, are run the hour hereinafter pre :
> :. D. Clark motored out from }Kissim II. Woodham, of New York, was visiting Wednesday.At the school the far from being universally so, the Baron Notice purchaser Is hereby of given Tax Certificate that F. R. No.Le ""rlb.d the sprinkling of lawna

mee on Monday with some friends and in St. Cloud Thursday.W. meteing Saturday elected I safety depending mainly on their loca- 74. dated 4th day of November. A. I>.. Sprinkling, shall paid for. and to watershall thefrontage I
following gentlemen or area I'
4 entertained at the lake front in honor I H. Phillfps, of Kissimmee, was were tion and the nature of their protec 1196. haa filed said tax certificate In not be wasted by untilthe
i trustees Will ullivan C. H. Funk .prlnkln.
: my office and ha. made application for 'I
in St. Cloud last. street !I.
of Miss Elizabeth Carson, who was Thursday or run
and G. B. Lawson. tax deed to Issue In accordance with .
Mr. Sims from Orlando was in tion.Many of the failures to adequately off In gutters or on propertyA '
married protect
on Wednesday. Barber is her sister law said certificate embraces the fol- tire alarm shall for "
Myrtle visiting
J .1 Sewing Club met Tuesday afternoon town Tuesday and arranged with the the water supplies used for lowlna- described property situated In stopping the use of hose{ andspriniders
Mrs. Flora in Kissimmee this
Seminole to handle their ice Floyd, drinking arise from lack of knowl- Osceola state Florida 1 to- until the .
1 with Mrs. Samuel Brammar on Ohio Pharmacy : a Itf l.I"I.I"v .
week. Mrs Lessie will wit 27
Floyd stay edge of the manner in which waters : Ifotl e Township The council ... 10 restrict I
avenue. cream. South. Bast.
f The Epworth League of the M. E. I Carter Thompson, Van Natta and with Mrs.. Barber during Myrtle'sabsence. circulate through the ground and of The said land being assessed at the to certain the seasons use of or hose hours and should.prlnkl.r.domestic J

Morris Goodrich went fishing Tuesday I the in which they become date of Issuance of said certificate In necessitate It also the
chuch held their business meeting and ways may use rightto
Sure! is Kis-
to the of
Everyone going Commercial Co. Unless
; I social on Friday evening, June 25th afternoon. They had the unual flisher- simmee on the fifth..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. {polluted. Information on these subjects name said certificate FI. shall be redeemed- require .speciai.rat.s lawn paid for large
at the home of Mrs. Madge Nighswon-I man's luck. should be of value, and it is according to law. tax deed will Issue. or Hours extravagant for sprinkling from 7 to 9 or o'clocka lets ,

far, on Massachusetts avenue. After Ed. Hanley, of Tampa, was in the OOOOO with the object of supplying this information thereen on the 8th day of July. A. \I m and from 4 to 7 p m not to exceed j
.. that the United States Geological 11.KI'II five hours any da\' for any
l a short business session the evening Wonder City Thursday.V. 4. my hand and official seal at p..rml

was pleasantly spent with games and'' II. Edwards and wife returned CAMPBELL survey has published Water ::" City. Florida this 8th day H lOad,- a a first"cond time time May and 4. 19158rt passed. In 5

: music and after dainty refreshments Wednesday from Williston, Fla., Supply Paper No. 255, on "Under- A U. 1 ISIS. op*.?i session this first daof June. A t
j I where have been for two months ground Waters for Farm Use," a (Heal ) J L OVER8THKKT U F KKIItBHPresident I
were served, the league adjourned to they O.OOOOOOOOOo O OOOooooooeMra. copy Clerk Court Osci-ola Count D.191.
meet the second Thursday in July at visiting(' Vick's father, S. W. Edwards. of which may be obtained free on application Florida ) Attest J R (IILREKT. Clerk of Council '.-

.. the home of Mrs. Alice McGill Miss Nellie Zimmer left last Thurs- E. E. Brown and Mra. J. O. to the director of the geological By JAMK.S M JOHNSTON, Approved this fourth day of June.A t

The chicken dinner given by the ladies day to join her sister in the northern Bronson spent Wednesday in Kis- survey, Washington, D. C..1I 25-4t Oepuly I puty! (i'U-rk'I.rk. I P.. 11115. H H MAY. 555Seal

aid of the M. E. church Wednesday part of the state, where they will give simmee. -- ) ( ) Mayor"

; ,- In the old G. A. R. hall was greatly - some concerts. Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick of Kissimmee I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IIII NOTU'J FOR l-l Ill.H'ATION.I 2-6 L.";

.i4 I enjoyed by a large number of people The great ball game of the season was in this city Tuesday. I Ibllsher.t AM 4)RiIA'E. 1

and neat earned for' will be played on the St. Cloud polo John Bronson returned Tuesday Serial No. 012640Depsrte.t tt
f It quite a sum Legal .* An Ordinance to Prohibit Knittingupon
r the purpose of getting new steps in grounds Thursday afternoon commencing from Okeechobee City. U S Land office att'al ..' Fla. Sidewalks of the City of Kissimmee -
front of the church. at 3 p. m., between Davenport Mrs. Howard McLoughlin is visitingher June 6. 1915 .
Four cars of our Kissimmee friends and St. Cloud. aunt, Mrs. J. O. Bronson. f AdvertisementsIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Notice Is hereby given that James E: He It ordained by the council of the 5
., Drowning, __ .4 '.were over Monday evening to enjoy a Mr. and Mrs. Combs motored to Or- Miss Ethel Johneson left Wednesday March 16. 1914 made Homestead Entry. That whoever shall spit upon any f

t, splash in the lake. We are always lando Wednesday with a party of la- to visit her aunt, Mrs. Joe Stratton. No. -B11640. for N 1-2 of SW 1-4. Section .Id.walk. or curb of any sidewalks on ):

.tl ) glad to see them. dies. They were caught in a big thunder Mrs. W. J. Rowland spent Saturdayin NOTICH OP HL.nrriorIn 11. Township SI South Range 24 East any street avenue. court or alley
Tall.hal..e Meridian has filed notice within the corporate limits of the City
WI L. Q. Bowen left Tuesday, June 22, storm but managed to escape a Kissimmee visiting her grandmoth- of Intention to make Commutation of Kissimmee shall upon conviction b
shelter. er and Mrs. Mary Ellswick. compliance with the law In such "[ roof. to establish claim to the land .
r2 I for a visit to friends in Topeka, San etting by finding a good fined not or be imprisoned ,
cases made and provided. It Is hereby
Francisco, Portland, Great Falls and Mrs. M. O'Brien, of California ave I Mrs. Dann Huff entertained Mr. and announced and declared that an eleclon above d..crlb..d. before clerk of circuit a'0rJhrbo'r6. for not more

s1'a' numerous other western cities. He nue, left for North Dakota Saturday. I Mrs. W. J. Rowland and Misses Flos- ii will be held at Narcoossee. Osceolabounty. the 22nd at of Klsstmmee July. 1916 Florida on than Read five a first days each 4 offense., 1916' f-* "i

will return in September. She will return in October and stay .le Bryant and Bessie Garrett Sun- r .d'n: Special Tax 8chooiDistrict Claimant names as witnesses J. E Read a o d'ty and passed in .
A chicken dinner and other nice No 2. Mnday. August 2nd. Young of Lokoeee FlorIda J. P. Phillips session of f
A" '.' Our old friend, Carl Engle. writes in St. Cloud permanently.K. day. A. I). 1916. for the purpose of determining of Florida ;Clarence A. open June A.
116. n.
that he is living on a farm near Milan. S. Crooks, of Missouri avenue, thins were served in the afternoon. who shall serve a. school trusteesof Oolden. of I.ko.Loko.. ..... Florida: ; R. E. Willis It.( President F. of K1UHH8 Council S

,; \ W. don't know what state as his letter returned Saturday from Michigan. lie MusIc of violin was played. said the election district for and two to nx years the next numberof afer of Lokosee. Florida. S..I, J R. GILBERT Clerk.Approved .

I doe not say, but he says the days was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vreeland mill of district school tax to beevled ROBERT W. DAVIS. this fourth day of June.A. 4
: are pleasant and the nights are not. Sunday. Mr. Crooks said he was gladto and collected annually for the Ii-i Register.ORDER D, 1HS. H. R MAT.Mayor. ,

,I We expect him in St. Cloud again this get back to St. Cloud and is here to 18,000, ACRES OFFARMLANDS aid The two following years. were appointed to act FOR PUBLICATION. n-I

fait stay. I at said election: AN ORDINANCE.An .

,' ___ uu ,. .uu H. H. Hull. 8. B. Story. J. B. Tindall. I.emtk Clmlt jBsUeial Ceirt. State Clmlt..t Florida Osasalac..tT. Ordinance to Amend Section 200
i SOLD I I nspectomV. of the General Ordinances of the City ,]
W .Mill. Clerk.
.... . ...... . .00.00..0 that Brother Jones will rally his forces Done by order of the Board of Public Ruth!. C..sery.V. of KI..lmm.e.1 Itll.Be Florida as Revised January -

: : and come again in the near future. We Instruction, Osceola County this 14th .Complainant.vs.Gustave It Ordained by the Counet of the

I SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS do think that the good people of Kis- CHICAGO MAN BUYS LARGE day of June W.A. C.D. BASS 115 Chairman. O. Curt.Defendant City of Kissimmee. :
Section 1. That Section 400 of the t
simmee should furnish free automobiles TRACT FROM M'KOY LAND Attest: -- S I aflda,1 appended to

.... .. ................... for their transportation over. COMPANY LOCATED BETWEEN C. B. TOVfJEIJ Superintendent.25(0TJCE hat bill .Sled..".Tn O. the. defendant. cause General. Ordinances Florida, revised of the City January of Kissimmee. 1-.

The big barbecue in 'Kfsslmmee I Miss Maude'Bowen of near Daven- TAFT AND-. KI8BIMMEE-PURCHASE IS-It herein named CurU. I of the i Itll, be amended to read .follows: S
on PRICE NOT KNOWN.The state of d nor resident of "No doa or bl"b" shall be to & .
,the 6th is what we''are talking abouton 1 port is spending some time with her ) or ATTACHMENT Unknown and : age of twenyone run large e such 1.rmIU.d II:
the creek. cousin Miss Fannie Rexford. years; Is therefore ordered I.wear a tagor plate \,
__ I IN THE COUNTY COURT Or HIL1.8BOHOU41H hat said non-resident defendant be and In ... ordinance and any or '
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hertzberg gave a j Mrs. Clint Bronson and little daughter Orlando Sentinel tells of a big COUNTY. STATE) OF" he la hereby required to appear to the bitch found without such tag shall be

( I picnic last Wednesday in honor of Margaret attended laymens meeting real estate deal consummated last PL.ORIUA. bill of complaint flied In aald cause on caught and Impounded by the marshal. \1
here Sunaay afternoon. week in the following news : or before Monday the Snd day of Aug and the owner of any doc or bitch r
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. Yund, of I story c.... II. Moorh..s.> A. D, 191B, otherwise the allega I caught and Impounded as aforesaid .
,c 'ChIcago, 111. A little misunderstanding Wesley Alman was in Kislmmee on One of the largest real estate deals ..- I.ot.. .of said bill will be taken as con shall be entitled to the possession of \
,..... .
;J. K. lIald. J), .t.To .. same upon proof of ownership and thepayment
A. prevented the crowd being as large I business Tuesday.We ever made in this section was closed J. K. Bald on. Defendant In the above by said defendant of One (U .00) Dollar Into the
It le further ordered that this orderbe
'mi was anticipated. However, those have learned that R. LIvey has yesterday when the McKoy Land com- cause, and all other persons Interested published once a week for eight conaecutlve pity Treasury and tn case the owner I.

4 :who were present report having a very purchased the property of the late pany> operating in Orange county for : weeks In the Kissimmee Valley Shall reside In the city he shall also
Dice time. several sold to J. Edson Andrews You are hereby notified that a Writof published In purchase a tag All dogs not claimed
1 I Mr. Dickverson and will occupy the cot- years, Attachment has been Issued against said Gc a: a n3erpe within twenty-four hours after being

Rev. G. H. Branscom, who has been tage in the near future. Their friends of Chicago, 18,000 acres of you. and Juutto.Jfk:; of goods at Narcoosece. This ;Sth. A. H.. 1916 impounded shall be conveyed by the

: absent for several weeks, returned and neighbors will be glad to welcome land lying on both sides of the Atlantic 'lorlda.;, has been attached Osceola,to State satisfy of (Seal) J. L OVERSTREET.Clerk marshal oul.ld. the city limits and _
Coast Line railroad between Taft Circuit Court. killed Provided however that In the
afternoon and is
t 'home Friday busy them.In the demand of Cha.. H. Moorhouse. By JAMES: M. JOHNSTON. event the marshal after due diligence :
making preparations to return to his Memory of Mrs. F. A. Babb. and Kissimmee. Plaintiff In the above cause amounting Deputy Clerk. cannot with reasonable safety catch
Two A 42-100
.. ; summer home in Melvin Hill, N. C. The deal was negotiated and closed to(1274<<42)Hundred Dollars Seventy-four Q P. KRIBBS. and impound any bitch as herenbefore -

He will be joined by Mrs. Branscomand On the morning of June the 19 home, 1915 of, yesterday before Mr. McKoy's det;>ar- Now. unless you shall appear 'before 1 Solicitor for Complainant. 11-8 to kill 1..1 out such h. .Tall proceed bitch forthwith J
the death angel came to 1,
the County Court In and for the County -
Miss Jenny Robb. ture for the north early this .
morning.The Sec S ordinances or parts ofordinances
F. A. Babb and took from his fond em- of Hlllaboroufch.I State of Florida.aforesaid Al '
not conflict herewith be, and
purchase prioe was revealed
Watermelons and have (For Flul UlseharBe.)
I roasting ears brace his wife Mrs. Leona Bell on the first Monday In Sepembor -
.., been added to the list of good things although( it is known to have been A I D. 1915. Judgment will be I. C..rt ef Co.sfjJudge.. State ofKlcrida. the same are hereby repealed .1
Read first time and unanimous
'? Siler Babb daughter of J. W. and rendered against and property a by
you your
enjoyed by the Shingle Creekars. Martha Siler, of Hardeman county, very large. old for above Indebtedness In re estate of John Pierce, Oeceola consent was placed upon Its second 1
:' Mr. Dickerson, an aged citizen, who Details of what the new purchaser Dated this 29th day of June, A. D. county. reading and unanimously passed In I
6th 1913 she was"
Tenn. On May
intends to do with the large tract of 1911. Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt open session this first day of June, A. _
: lias been among us for about 20 years, married to F. A. Babb. She has since land will be later. JllI.BURN & BULl.. may concern. that on the 20th day 1., 11. O F KHIB R.
In .
I, I 'died'at his home here Friday evening then proved to be a faithful and affectionate given addition 8t Attorneys for Plaintiff.NOTn' of November A.i..DT.l I shall applyto . President of Council j
at 7 o'clock. Mr. Dickerson was about and to Edward A. McKoy. president of the o M Murphy Judge Attest: J. R niLBERT. Clerk. (
wife and kind loving the company, J. R. Wrenn and D. B. of said court. as Judge of Probate for Approved this fourth day of June A ft
of harmless
: 76 years age. He was : mother to his children, for which she my final discharge as administrator of H.. 1816. H R MAI.
Spahler are also interested in the deal. To All Whom It May ConcernThis ,
and inoffensive and died with the goodwill deceased 26-6t
I was amply repaid by them. Her health Is to notify all persons that the estate John Pierce ; _Mayor.
; of his neighbors and friends. Fun and that at the same time I will present -
i began to decline and they moved to from and after the date of June 25. flnal NOTICE.! S
: to said court accounts as
k' .ral 1 services were conducted by Rev. I Florida the latter part of January, ARE A. D.. 1916. the firm of McCorkel and administrator of said my estate and ask The Board of County Commissionersof
: YOUR KIDNEYS WELL? Thomas I. dissolved J. F. McCorkel
G. A. Branscom. His body was then 1914. She was about 35 years of ageand has sold out his entire Interest In theice I for their approval Osceola county .lIb receive bids up
laid to rest in the cemetery here. We was a consistent member of the cream business to W. O Thomas Dated May 18: A. h. 1916 to 10 a m, July 6, A 1916, three
I W. B. CRAWFORD. miles more or lea., of vitrified"brick
his soul' and J V McCOHKKU72t :
would rest to
say peace Methodist church. While our acquaintance W O THOMAS. Administrator. road with concrete curbing, road
\ to his ashes. with her was comparatively | -SO-S4-28-42 10 be nine feet wIde. Specificationsmay
Many Kissimmre People Know the Importance be had by application to the Clerkof _
Tiner Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION.Publisher. .
I Mrs. Stewart short we knew her only to love her of Jlealthy Kidneys. NOTICE: the Circuit Court at Kissimmee,

:Walter Bronson and little daughter, death brought sadness to our hearts. The kidneys filter the blood. ( Serial.) No. OS16I
I :Anniebell spen the week end with relatives For a time we hoped for her recovery. work nepurtasesit *f the Interior. led bY a certified check amounting to
They and
night day. : I. C..rt ., Cosmty Jejdsre. State .f 10 cent of the amount of bid.
: at Hiwassee. Her friends were numerous and kind Well u. 8 Land Office at Gainesville Fla.. J. L. .
kidneys remove impurities. Oeeeola CMty. OVER8TREET. 4
Mrs. Wilbur Rich, MsLean spent a physicians were skillful but alas that Weak kidneys allow impurities to June Notice Ii. 1 Is.16.hereby given that James: B.rounsr I.r.e.Et.t. ..tWaiter 11-4 Clerk of the Circuit Court.

few days with relatives here this week, dreadful disease, tuberculosis, had set multiply.No of Lokosee, Florida. who onMay B. Sr. -

4 I :while Mr.. Rich was away on business. in and we all know what that means.It kidney ill should be neglected. [ 10. 1911. made Homestead Entry, It Notice hereby that given on the to twelfth all whom day NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
may concern
; 'J\ A party consisting of Miss Edith has been the privilege of the writerto There is possible danger in delay. No NB lllili.f and B NEI-4 1-1 of :rEJm4i.W 14f of December A. D, I applyto
\ Nlswonger, Miss Mildred and Margaret visit her quite often during her 111- If you have backache or urinary Ion IS. Township 11 South. Ranee 14IBast the Honorable T. \IM r'ta.1 Judgeof De of the I 0118

,i Anderson Malcolm Overstreet, nes. She talked freely of the change troubles Tallahassee Meridian haa Bled .said Court .. ; of.. the form U. B. Land Office at Gainesville, Fls,
<.. Nighswonger notice of Intention to make Three-Tear discharge aa June: 5. 1918.
and Erlo which she realised would
Raymond soon come. _.
r If you are nervous, dizzy or worn Proof, to establish I claim to the land estate of Walter ar., deeeaaed; Notice la hereby given that Clarence
Bronson were entertained Saturday She expressed a natural desire to live out above described before clerk of "circuit ,' and that at the same time I will present A. Golden of Kenansvllle. Florida who
5 t \f".en1ne at the home of Mrs. Art If she could get well but was resigned Begin onrt at Klssrmmee. Florida on the to Bald Court my final accounts on December 11. 1915. made Homestead
treating kidneys at Administrator I of said eetate and ask
your aa
I;: 'Bronson. Delicious cream was served to the will of God. She said, I am not Snd day of July, 19la. for their approvaLDat..d Entry., No., OUI..for Southeast quarter -
once; I ." t.
Claimant names .. witnesses: R. R. II South. ,
and the occasion was enjoyed by those excited, I have only one time to go, Use a proven kidney remedy. Willis of Lokosee Florida; J. B. June IS, A. D, U1.HENRY Range .4 East Tallahassee Meridian.

: \. present. and then it will be all over. She realized None endorsed like Doan's Kidney Owens of Lok_. Florida: B. H. GUY, BASS. has Died notice of Intention to make
2t-o-a-mo- Administrator.AN
., 1 Mr. and Mrs.. Alton Bronson and that human strength had failed of Lokosee, Florida; J. ML Dixon. ofLokosse y Commutation Proof to establish. claim

5- : children of near Orange Center, attended and that she was entirely in the hands Pills.Recommended by thousands. Florida ROBERT W. DAVIS ORDINANCE! to the of land"Ircul described at Kissimmee.beforeclerk
), t 7: services her Sunday morn' o( the Lord. She said many other Proved by Kissimrnee testimony. t-It Register An Ordinance to Prohibit Running Florida. of July, 11. S

,S fl ing afternoon and .evening and were beautiful things but my heart is toe at Large of Domestic tbe within Claimant names as wln.....: .: .
; .nUrtained at the homea or F. H. Tiller full to write them. I will that M. Cosner. retired farmer MabbettSt. NOTICB P-OR PUBLICATION. the City ofi Kissimmee.Be .- hllllps. of : J: E
-S-* If? 2 say Ki.almmeeJ says: "I suffered' from (......-) I ordained by the council of the irownlnr. of Loko... Florida; ;J. E .,
and JT. P. Tlson.Ifn. she was the most resigned and submissive of Lokosee. H.
pain Serial No. 011111Dspailss city Klaslmmee: Youn& Florida; B. OUT,
and in
.. fri Pearce, of Kissimmee. attended person to her death that It my back and .ai of the I.t...... That the running large of domestic Loko.e.Florida. S
1* services her' Sunday: morning and has ever been my privilege>> to talk other symptoms of kidney: complaint. U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville Fla. fowls within the corporate limits. of ROBERT W. DAVIS S ,
Doan's Kidney Pills greatly benefited June I, mi._ the city of Klsalonne la declared I-It '
:: of hands with that She had only' b.r.b
had the"pleaauN shaking on abject. :
I, me and I them." Notice la hereby given that Joel P. a nuisance and expressly pro
S (1 with her many friend who were glad to cloee her eye and fall quietly to cheerfullyrecommend Phllllpa, of Lokoaee, Florida who onMay hibited. Any owner of any domestic NOTICB! TO CRUDITORS.vx ,
S. . to hare her among, them.. She warn the sleep in- Jesus. Oh. how oar hearts .(Statement giTenjebroaryJ22.. 1911.) f 9 -I.l<. ,.....- llessa.1sa4..En try.. fowl-or fowls permit It P,

: 55 of and itrsv. Art BronsoniA I ache and bat His will most be OVER THREE. ,YEARS LATER. No. aisiii.. for Southwest -._rt.r. See or them to :aM within the I. C..rt .f tM. c..y "..
.. ; neat If r. bleed, tl.n i. Township II South, Rang 14Bast. corporate of this fimrtmm, >. M '.
t ; *< 'i a last Sunday wan the regular appointment done. We realise that it will not belong Mr. Collier said: "I am so satisfied Tallahassee Meridian. bss Sled lmit., be In re Estate of John: W. Thomp.o.' T

of pastor here,.we had before 'we can have the pleasure with the good results Dos,,'. Kidney notice of Intention. to make Commutation not ton -than 1.00 CD"lctlol ftDe te To all erelto. /
and \
f21 ifeut.i afternoon of hand with dear Sister Pills gave me that I am glad to again Proof to establish. -lalm vto the days In Jail for each offense. 1 ** persons having claims. or _ _
th clasping demand
all *
L .
an day and above described. before clerk, ofI Read aflrst time May 4. lilt. estate: -
:: ',".1; it ,vices being conducted.bjr"the Laymen &1-11. and many other loved one who recommend them. '- .'.;', I drcelt court at Klsalmme. Florida'on at second .time and In You. and each Ofjpd,> are hereby _ _
of KUsimmee.-which *iv.y* 7*vM a > "e con before her. She leave a V tS Price 60e at. all dealers.. Don't s1i m. the I'... day of July. l li. j.) ., "'". ..a..101 this first da .... ClaIms afld.'aed teuired' present : .
whlok .
Claimant .. .witn..sest'en. CTar* .. iou ..,
names A.D.
t, I .. W bad several talk mother, four brothers two sisters a ply ask for ..-kidney 'NmedJ'-'lref// ,> either of have
,i Messing jo.. .. A. Oolden, of okoaoeb. Florida O. F. KRIBBS.tth .01 may against ,(
( ,
,\ : l, ,:*orn different, one whjchrwa*" very ttusband. flr children an4 a'host of Doan's Kidney Pills-the.-same',that .: asses B. Browning, .of Lokoeee. ?lr. ,Seatii.. . Pre.ide.t1ounoft late**tte Gf of O.ceols.W..Tlomp.on __ _

; and to the 1 OIDt. W* also ra friend to mourn her dtb.f We weep Mrw Corner baa,twice recommended. Ida:.B.; H.. Gay Of L Il__ ...rl4aa. -. 4tt.att. 3. R. OILBKRT.,Clerk.thie .!. und.relgaed executor of. said ____

S I ."'ttlr much th* mUte rendered not a* those who bare no hope, forwere Foster-Mutant <:::0., .Props.., Buffalo B., ,, ,aoq.. .. '01. Lokoses OBERT'WqDAV18., Florida. ". Apprv0 day of Jane wtt"la S wm from th. date her.fU estate,, .
: Smith on the cornet, .:Whop. *_ ,.. ran that if we. live ,right we.can N.w-Yo'ric.' .'[ .- vtv.> .. I-It!.......... ; ,..J\\ ' ; J B JAT.11 'f" '" ; EDGAR D. HOGAN.. '& essf
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methods'of : apples 'which, emphaatxe + < l
CROSS: ; BET WEEN fFAl ANU all qualities the apple

,,.; : them possesses/more. ,Of' and coune.the'apparently apple five PATRIOTISM. I 'GeztuiVewY

packed in the attractive ,box under POWDER:
:: r : [ lace paper ... no better than the one AND ( '
,: COWMAYSOLVEMEATPROBLEMN poured into,.a barrel, bat it looks f

.. . beter and that goes a long way In By JOSEPH Y. PORTER t 5 5 ie21.Y.
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'J' the sale,. Not all customers know 1 rtl
enough about apples to appreciate the h

} II 'The f following article'from the tit of:the new hybrid animal. :'Instead of difference in, flavor' of' the different Safety U first aid to the Injured!

"' y Digest wilt prove Interesting being hug lamp of fat the hump of varieties but all can' appreciate the Forewarned-Is1 (not'always) for, "
: mbar of the Valley Gazette, read. the catalo forms the upper cut of a difference. In' looks' and In this in armed, because advance advice without -* .r-j "w

;//Ii 7vho are' cattle raisers: ; rib-roast of beef.. It I., clear stance' as Jn many others, the eye.; .is commonsense U like gun without I
,;, the catalo, to solve the 'meatblem meat of excellent' fia'Wor, te.derl die- a controlling: factor in a sale. ammunition good to have but of

:,\. / for us? Before requiring our tinguishable from that of the ordinary .Indeed it might be said 'without little real use. ,
readers to answer this question, it beef-animal.. Cataloes which,have been fear of contradiction that in a majority ,The near approach of another 0
i! .nay be well to explain.-to them exactly : slaughtered for meat have produced of transactions it Ii.the eye which Fourth of July li bringing out the / 7 :
//1f what a catalo is., When one's train' upper cuts nine inches deep. Thegreat is the real ,.salesman. No one can usual warning in newspaper article ? l p?
-it.: passes a'station named Colneb he value of the catalo as a meat determine the flavor of fruit or vegetables and editorial They are copies of tY
knows he is on the Colorado-Nebraska animal is that 70 per cent of- his until they are ready to oe what wa printed last year and the
t;' >'I.< boundary line., Analogue conclusions weight can be sent to the,table. Also eaten, but a walk through the market year before and the year before that,
4: -follow observations at such stations as i the meat is, never tough even when will be sufficient to impressthe! and they will have probably just
N" .!.Moark.! while the train leaves Missourkf the animals are out OB the range. potential buyer with the appearance about a* much effect a* all the publications
:or Arkansas, or Monaho. where "As it stands today the problem of of any product Any. package thatis on the subject that have pre ,,' "' :
'* it crosses from Montana to Idaho. the catalo 4s not one of the mechanics partially crushed- that is dirty or ceded them. The record from year, I, .'r Rt'
: With a Similar kind of of breeding. That has all been dene, ill-shaped, will surely suffer in comparison to year show, the country over about
; "playfulness to that thus displayed by and now iLis simply a matter of se with those which are attractive the came number of distressing accidents d '

.the retiring genius who baptises rail lection. Therefore the best of the to the eye. A poor looking pack- from the careless ue of fireworks
,'ti"ad stations some biological relative hybrids are being used for the purpose age may contain the best of fruits and toy pistols in the hand of .
of his has bestowed the name of "cat- of propagating better animals but the average buyer will take a boy from six to sixty year old. '

c alo" upon a hybrid of domestic cattle and the others are being used for chance upon the contents of the pack And inasmuch a* it I I. reasonablysafe '
i.':"" and the buffalo. This odd product of meat. age which looks the best No doubt to predict the usual crop of mishaps and neW '
i,I" cross-breeding will thrive In arid-country "Time alone Is necessary to establish of this in any market this year, it i I. well to be prepared -
.. and:yields excellent meat--so we a race which will make productivevast Some growers are visiting the markets for the inevitable.The QueenSlvore I
are assured by Benton Borthwick who areas that are !good for little -each year and are observing for 'innocent bystander" Is a fre-
..r. write. of it in The Forecast ((New else. Qn these almost arid plains gracing :- themselves what happens when an offering quent partner with the boy in these ICE CREAM IS A GOOD :HEALTHY FOOD TO :' ,
+ ?jf"tS : York May). lie says, in substance: is too thin and water too scarce is made. The experience is mishaps and we have a kind of sympathy w''" !
"The catalo and the mule would be to allow the better grade of beef animals what the commission menanother for him! even though his trouble EAT DURING THE HOT WEATHER,'; 'FOR.'.BOTH, ..

first! cousins if it were not that one to exist, but the catalo. if left dealers say is even more so. comes from being too near to bad YOU AND YOUR CHILDREN: -
{ belongs to the genus boa, while the to itself, will thrive and gain weight It is well worth what it costs and company. With the boy himself it is > .
p s f other claim. kin with the genus equus. The range-animal of the past has been should be undertaken by everybody.Or different, for he knows, and if he does BUY' AN ICE CREAM FREEZER FROM US'AND '

'' ty' The bond between them Is that both responsible for tough, fibrous meat. failing that;; a neighborhood might not his father and mother ought to, MAKE YOUR 'OWN 'ICE CREAM.; 'THEN YOU ,
\ spring from mesalliances, the catalo too often diseased. The"range-animal band together and send one man with that he is tempting fate for his own .
r being the offspring of the buffalo and of buffalo strain is hardy enough to instructions to learn all he can about disfigurement and mutiliation, in the KNOW IT IS PURE AND GOOD. :

et the gentle domestic cow. The catalo resist disease and will produce clear- packing and what the market wants I use of even the simplest forms of fire- DONT USE BROKEN OR ODD DISHES' :WHEN ,
v Yvh is so hardy that he can live on pastures flbered meat that never gets tough. and return with instruction for others.It works. !

r which would be poop picking Before many years it is likely that the would thus be relatively inexpensive And 110 it comes that first aid to the YOU CAN BUY NEW, HANDSOME-SETS, FROM. US' ? GI,
for a sheep, and hi. meat is equal to problem of our meat-supply will be and everybody would benetfl. Co- Injured I. an important propositionin FOR A LOW PRICE. ;, - : '
f the best beef, to which has been solved by the blending of the '
k n superadded American operation in this, as in other things, this connection. The burns and
t cal the tender luscious hump that bison-blood with that of the beef- would be helpful and lead to beneficial deeper wounds caused by exploding WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHENEVER YOU. NEED',

y made 'the wild buffalo so eagerlysought animal that for a century has formed results. powder are likely to produce tetanus, HARDWARE. I\h\ ,
by the equally wild huntsmen the main food-dependence of the people Packing must be studied more thor- resulting in its final development in

1 ,.q of the plains. of this continent. oughly than it has been yet if it is lockjaw. The horrors of death from '.

"It was the extreme desirability of hoped to secure the higher price for this cause are similar to those pro- W. B. Makinson Co. Phone :123' i I
f this combined with the value THE It be of .
hump, VALUE OF NEAT PACKAGESA goods shipped. must part duced by rabies, wherein the patient, .. . _
of hi. shaggy hide, that helped to the education of every grower and conscious to the end, suffers excruciating ,*-" / 4 j4
bring about the practical extinction of Big Help in Selling Fruits and shipper else the bet results are quiteimpo.sible agonies.

: i : li the American bison, or buffalo. The Vegetable. and the best prices are Tetanus develops usually in six to

Indians appreciated both, but they liv- Kansas City.-Whoever has been scarcely ever obtained. The time has eight days after the injury and following -
ed in peace and amity with the buf- around the great markets where prod- passed for neglecting this important this disease speeds to a quick
falo and left enough of them to in- uce is handled has been struck with feature. The time has come for making conclusion. Therefore, the time for e
Sure an inexhaustible supply of meat the apparent carelessness with which it a part of the education of every effective treatment is before tetanus

i, and teppees for future years. The Rome or much, that arrives, i is packed. man who grows either vegetables or develops. A large part of the dangerin May Lumber Co. #.
5l) white man's appreciation was equally I fruits, or both for the market.-Bur- the situation comes from the delay "

d* keen-but, like the Indian the buffalo Evidently many shippers do not ton Allbee in a Michigan farm paper. in getting treatment preventive .
; was in his way. He wanted the plains realize the necessity of correct packIng treatment ';o< "
Wholesale. and Retail Dealers !. \..- .
for his cattle to over, and he .: -
range or the need to make the package CHEAP AT THAT.J. U
i ,,, did not approve of the cattle associating solid and sufficiently strong(: to hold Wade McGrath, one of the promi- The only reasonably certain preven- ''I
tive, far has been discovered is
so as
with the buffaloes. Therefore, the their contents and protect them from nent hdtel men in New York, used to the anti-tetanic serum, the YELLOW PINE LUMBERMw"y:"
buffaloes were gradually exterminated the vicissitudes of shipment. '.'e behind the desks in several Ohio promptuse ,
of which has reducedthe .
so largely ..
until at the time the
4 present only hotels before he became of
Unquestionably, in many instances, manager '
development of tetanus that its
Fe r herds remaining are those kept as the Hotel In hotel and Laths'
the appearance of the package militates Hargrave. one near failure: is the exception. Its administration Shingles ..
>! curiosities.
( zoological of his assistants showed
against the sale of its contents. one -
i requires the service of the .
Ss "The has been .Ao
; new species really for
fa For example, a crate of cabbage an displeasure any- ".
suppose physician, but doctor in these
S established and there are now sufficient thing that looked like work. every HOUSE BILLS! A SPECIALTY
ia received. If the crate is firm, wr
is this
days prepared to give treat-
1 numbers of cataloes
make it
to One called and in
night a guest
if it has held its contents closely and up r'
safe to prophesy that the new animal voice said "There ment. All ask U let figure estimates' l1
prevented jamming or other injury, an angry : are a we as em your /; < f
t. Therefore, if Johnny or Willie' has .
i. will in the future '
play a leading part all the contents in condition to couple of mice fighting up here! V .
.M& food supply of the nation. are a disastrous encounter with a giant I Courteous AttcntioB and Prompt Delin".. a .
"What room have you'? inquiredthe
be sold immediately at the highest
exploding prematurely, or
"The is the natural habitat
-r range market rate for that type of floods. assistant i languidly.He happens to be too near or at the '
of the buffalo and the catalo
1 appears This is too self-evident to require was told and then he inquired : Phone 21 Kissimmee Ha.' '
*" to inherit from its wild progenitors explanation wrong end of a pistol that explodes ,
"What for it
yet probably one-half of are you paying blank cartridges, the only thing left rya
r Ili:: this love of the opeh. Turn the catalo "Two dollars, was the reply. '
the of cabbage that arriveare
packages to do is to send for the doctor, or
loose in and winter it fat-
-.5 summer ; "Well what do for two
S in some way insufficient to per- you get to him as fast as the speed laws
tens much more rapidly than domes r
doIlar bull fight?
tic cattle would under the same circumstances form their purpose and the contents permit, and on the way indulge in a t t
have suffered more or less, depending few earnest prayers that you won'tbe
,s and its mortality-rate is TilE PARASOL VEIL.A
x, much lower. The driving blizzard of perhaps, upon the distance it has been noeelty of note is the so-called too late to give the doctor at leasta '

i; 1itt> N '_th Dakota doe. not send a herd of shipped, or upon other causes which parasol veil.; This is a huge circular : fair chance. The 'Growers1 Stand byM
? r before the storm-for might not apply in all instances. veil thrown over the hat so that it The danger from such burns is too

thedrifting the buffalo makes the What is here said of cabbage ap- falls in equal ripples on all sides. A serious to take chances with. The injury ...t.\\< I
hybrid turn and face the swirling plies with equal force to all other sorts border of ribbon combined with velvet at first may not seem serious,, it Fertilisers *
Ideal have gained this reputation b7lhe .
rp ; anew. of vegetables and fruits. They are dots renders this creation a striking may not be excessively painful, but the .".;;
*' all easily injured, all can be bruisedby one. possibilities for infection are too 200LBS k results they have given growers for twenty years.There's ;
t "Again, because of the long adaptation slight blows or crushed by the Still another idea is featured in a great to be risked. No sensible. m.n.wh an' Ideal.mixture. for .pract.ica117lFlorida every '

j t ;tM i water of is the not buffalo as essential to plain to conditions the catalo, shifting of the crates or the load In- fancy mesh veiling so that it would is not prepared to die, who really. DE A Crop-eaCh a proved success. .Catalogue IrP Yi,
is it not better to does not want to commit suicide will
ie .. .It is to the cow. Nor is salt- .IdWhy suitable at the providea appear over the mouth when the veil- gamble with his life'a the stakes, FERTILIZER; and booklets describe the full line and rive much '" '
package beginningand *
'.. ing is adjusted. This style is strongly ;
x .. which is so necessary to the cattle that thus insure safe arrival? with the chances ten to helpful informationJfendfofthenr- freel. ; ,
the problem of salting them on the Surely suggestive! of the! old-time vanity veil. one against riFbdy aR | .. ; v ;
chi in him b to
nothing -the experience of any neglecting secure promptmdiea
.:range has always been a serious one him attendance b Wilson &.Toomer.FertilizetCo.r;
in when
grower or shipper warrants especially .';
for cattlemen to con.lder-at all indispensable Piles Cared In 6 to 14 DaysTar : .
Vin believing that goods offered in poorpackages such attendance will turn those !tm1LIZERa' JepLJCJ.,JaWeayjfJ PIa. .
catalo which will
to, the received in good shapeas drarrlrt will refund roar U Palo chances in his favor by at least a ;
are ae FalZ.lei
show little dellire for the salt .. ass ,Masofacfasrvs ef lasal. AlUsa|, an* f tfwHa. rC
or no. they would be in rood ones. And OINTMBNT Ull to car any c.:.ln6tol4day* of Itehiof.BUBd.BlMdlncoTFTOtmdloiPUe >.. hundred to one fer his recovery. v
:that is- being, lapped close up eagerly by by the operation of the natural lawsof Xk application d_Ku ud___ SOc. Therefore.If your patriotism or that .'
,the cows feeding beside It. supply and demand the best look of your small boy leads to disastrous

v F'1, his"Another immunity advantage from disease of the which hybrid have is ing the best package price.will be the first sold at -. event It's the, go only to safe the doctor way."MONEY". and go quick. A. CARSON. President. N/C.,BRYAN..Secretary.';.;, # .

y so scourged the worst the tick cattle-herds. In in Texas the- During the past few years the type

1 K 'whole, United States country, the catalo has of packages has changed materiallyand The Waters & t/arson
what were once accepted as proper ; GRAYSTONE ,
} grown and thriven immune from the .
refused by\the best
"Texas are now mar- -
r 4 Texas fev-er and blackleg, iny'e I :
the midst of cattle-herds which were kets. Insofar as this change has goneit The Jet It sad ..4>r tit. t.r_.

}!'Cy dying from these dreadful diseases. is an improvement, but the opportunity .COMPANY f t... CONTINENTAL. ........MORTOAOH It at S ;
r m tmm prffmt ;
j In fact, nothing so far has seemed tot for still further improvement ; ; L W..nmiui. Prep. L L rona *p.i for mmr legal ..rp... .a apprvv4 Grocery Comp :iany:
+ affect the health and disposition of the Is almost as great as though nothinghad r*.l Terr..y. Tell ..
i Texas catalo. He has grown and taken ever been done. Packages must rear wmmtm ... vr. will _..r.twltk '
on weight in the dry, hot plain. conform to the type of good They i Open Year Round i r... -"! ; 1',' "

y i, of summer, and the moisture-laden air must be, first of all, containers, but I PETTEY A: COMPANY Wholesale.and Retail Dealer ia -t..ili1! : "
x sr and rain-soaked turf of the wet season even the most cursory examination ofa ee eoee eeeO e 141S I.YTTON BLDG. CHICAGO. ,* .. a a 1/j
have food to proposition of this character will
+ merely brought more -- -- -- -- -
force one to the conclusion that noth- GROCERIES
hie mouth he thee
.r as placidly crops : ;
grasses growing long and rank under ing in the necessity for containers militates .
the downpour. against the equally obvious fact r,,,,

fr These of the advantages that these containers should be strong !r; t
are some .
t which the catalo possesses over his and capable of performing their du- "COW PEAS"All 00000004000000 . . . 0 .'. .R.O .4., TO
ties. Furthermore what is the ( -
reason s ;> ."
domestic ancestors. In other .
that he is a ways, that they can't look well? Why is it 0 WE SELL: O WE BUTS,. :;. '
wf mentoon the buffalo.HProeminent necessary to ship in dirty or partially the standard varieties ia stock. Will l eU you one quart or 0 I.; "

among these is his peaceful disposi broken containers? Why is it necessary Z oae carload. How masy do you waat and where do yea want them HAY 0 Oo .1,0'' .
tion. The catalo is Even to ship in something suitable onlyto delivered HIDES } ,
.> kindle Area? is it ; ";
hers Why necessaryto GRAIN -0
where there are big the breeders O
make up containers which are disgusting .
1.f report that a fight has never been
.'I.! known, for the animals are docile and to look upon and would pre- FERTILIZERS ,,.. ,
inclined vent the purchase of the contents by 0 WOOL .' r,
easily broken and are by nature s
i .- \I to keep the peace. .. anyone who- would pay a fair price KILGORE SEED COMPANY i i SHINGLES 0 :. ;
which breeders for the product? If any reason existsit 0 0 I.
\J; "The experiments by AND. "': u
i'i> has never been sufficiently emphasized PLANT CITY FLORIDA. '' '
have finally produced the catalo ORANGE BOXES. 1'0'1..
to make it v ...* ... i
apparent .1,
I' are more interesting. They have suc- 0 0 ALL'. .
., "1 ;'ceeded after many years of fruitless Any shipper could learn must to o ORANGE WRAPS :. f.rt
\\1' effort, because the two men who were his advantage if he would take a leaf O .0 COUNTRY / ,$
Instrumental in discovering the secret or bw#"out of the experience book of VEGETABLE CRATES .. 1. .,, .
,.., *. 'ef a successful cross are wealthy as the Californians, who have carried 0 / PRODUCE ; .''.J'
ji :
iJ' I this art to a degree of perfectionnever CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP '
well as scientific, and grudged neither CRATE NAILS ; ,'.
_ before attained by anyone else. 4 '
w f money nor trouble when it came to 0 . ;, .o.
k possibility of establishing a newIca If any fault can be found with their 0000 . . 0 . 0 _. . . . 0 + 0 i'
packing the man to point it out has t r '
\ X breed of domestic animals. _
1"< ..,- Unlike the mule told this' yet to be discovered.The MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES field "' ,* ;
(" we are peach growers of Georgia have We sell and garden seeds of all J loads. c' *.l.,1>, ,*ft'j!;:*' <
; is able to Its
'rJi.f.. hybrid' species. So far as perpetuate is no males own carried the operation of packing to a Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.;.;'. ':* t t
: "
:.z. ',;have ever been born from the first very high state of perfection, so far Free delivery in city limit "Phone No 12. n r '

.lr. "cross,'so that the second generation i.t I. as they have gone. The plan of packing Didsoa's Lhtr Ton. Is Haraliss Ti lIe...'* my guarantee-Oo to any drugstore We are county agents for good fertilizers.. Ait .u.for arculaf'aadpricei 4 Jon : r
h in six baskets in bushel crate is "
bottle of Dod- "
.; either .three-quarters or one-quarter a and get a 60 sent fertilizers. _"j- 1J'tvWe &'Ow<
t undoubtedly the best yet devised for on'i Liver Tone. Take and '. v ;;- -
'w buffalo as the ease may be. From Clue TOE SlQQisi Lher a spoonful I ,t'J!-"'
;:these are produced the true catalo, the purpose of carrying: peaches: safe if it doecp't straighten you right up ...... ;
if'! which has both species on both sides. ly. Many other growing sections have udUgal -' and make you feel fine and vigorous ... .Ii,-
)Writes; Mr. Borthwick already adopted the same plan but want you to go back to the store sad { '
.,??h fry. t\ When the true eatalo appears, it Georgia has developed it more than I Calonel: makes you alelt. It" get your money. Dodson's I/ivr Toneis Buy Bones h I<
<&,...,! ,* becomes a' type which combines the any: other. horrible! Take a dose of the dangerous dMtroring the sal. of calomel becauseit "- ,
'.ii i' Characteristics: of both lines of ancestry Californians have devised methodsof drug tonight sad tomorrow you may lose I. real liver medicines entirely vegetable ... '.. t' '

't'); and is quite distinctive. It has a : packing; even so rough a product as a days work.Cabinet therefor It can not salivate or- Spot cash"will be.pltid'fo> animalblines" + '; J' ').
celery In to make it I. aierennr or qutek ilY. make sick .
\YJ heavier coat than the domestic animal a way appear you : :.1 ': '.
,[, ,carries a larger hump and bigger hud;!I attractive. It is put up in crates between . which causes necrosis of the bones.Calomel I guaraatee that one spoonful Dod- .o!all AUlWII.IDClUUUI prairie and bleached'bonea. : r, .
Quarters than the buffalo' 'and- which I IV the slats of which the white I.' when it eomes Into eentaet soas* > Liver,Tone will put your sluggish r'. .
'i'( with. bile.crashes.. .it, .breaking workC-SBd bowels of ,
: aU-bnpcntaDt-ea" approximately: stalks show In a ftJ'7&ppU1w.. way."But sour iato. ; liver to clean your j
yw 'ori mdred and fifty pounds more of I before the Californians- worked It up. This tefwhea .you feel thai awful that Sour bile -UId' ooasUpeied waste quantity,:\; )

r ,, 'M neat.than 'the ordinary 'beef oat the scheme, celery 'was packed Reuses aad cramp.... 'If yoa'are'alaggish which i U. clogging your. .system aA .u- instructions if you haye or.can get 'any. < '
F ..' e.-' ..,., '" _-,. -. in any old w.'. The difference .is so, ....'.;all ,k oeked .onV" if year Lag you fwl aHsorabl*. IguaraalWnttlo that .( ;, :
.. ".. ..AIIG..ltJlat.tbe..t: .ecru!: of obvious that it .Is DOt'dimealt to 11ftderataIId liver la torpid. and IwweUveoastipaiedor a ) of Dodsoa's Liver Toae will .. \WiljoH .& 'TOOBWT rF. \? .v1

...n; *.*.t*** ,*, ...... abu. one.reasonwhy'-celery'has:. you. have haadeena; dlsrisjsss ..... keep your eatire .famll, fedlas. ; flae for L..L _. ......LL.It ..t '
althe .
'I'. .:,,t. laampeI'tM crown so popular during the past few toagm. If treat lrbed or stooweh soar, sere tu. Oivelito. ehUdMsvti It ia spsrl.mtHWlytcusEorprices'andahipp. --.. .__. :'{jo:.'
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.... .... ... .. aome abuse has'-crept in. Seminary at Lout' .
r to -" *: FLORIDA D BAPTIST Gardner A JbVsV givingassembly tile" -
,the management!of public i affairs and I
.. COMMUNICATIONS.8: you are.sure to meet with opposition '*' s,1.ndidvstudy''of: ,; dill O'..
}tIorne'Gurden:': f :i in :theSouth; i iA . . ;d from: 'some on.. That'is always ex. 'Bible, the work before the chore and :ys "

a i ..0..0.. pected. Some ,will, agree, some' will ANNUAL k ASSEMBLY tb.-problema of Christian ,people.* y, I!'

?...... .. V\.Artlelx tiinlawe y ... ".1... Mate*'Dep.rtre.t$1ZWC'KALE Shirt li Creek'FU.; June 23, 1916. oppose,' but one of'.our, great met.Said."KnowtlatSaid."Knowtlat. <- A splendid spirit of good elieer dom.lnates ..?*,;$T
Franklin,- I believe,, ; ..' the convention ;All in ] ,f.
: ,' KQH .RAB1'LETTUIE;: AND)IELONSl: Editor Valley Gazette, then ahead. And sacs Hem anxious to secure and tak.' w j .
.. . ., : Kissimmee, ,,'la. yod are right go Jl'ovam.'aIGULAR'I'SESSION!: IS all the* :1,
..ft.i,: ... ....... .......'.'.00 o'. ;........ oo u.. to 0 00 OOOtOi I Dear Slr'Agitation:- are while absolutely we cannot right always if know We will that take we HELD ON BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS" wonderful backto' their-messages home-,swhich societies are being ..

''fIr$art'.Garlic" 'U prVpogatwf 'by,'separating the'aprlng and autumn. In order that I and co-operation are two the time to investigate, we can come OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE AT given by masters in each department.// t'!

.'' -ithe bulbs into small bulblets cloves, the leaves or bead may be crisp, the of the greatest factors in the Improvement very near to knowing. Therefore, I LAKE CITY AND WAS A WELL% The effect of this summer school upon : ,
ii1': f rand planting these separately in rows crOp should bo forced and successive: and upbuildihg of a town or com- would advocate a bond issue for the ATTENDED MEETING.The the Baptist cause in Florida cannot (
\ !twelve-to, fourteen inches apart and plantings made ten days or two weeks munity. Therefore, while a few are town. be over-estimated. The meeting pro .. ,I
r;. i from .throe to, four ,inches apart in apart., In the lower south lettuce can agitating improvement in the town And after the town and county have Florida Baptist assembly Ises to a grand success fron '.,t i a '
s' ,the TOW" ,. either in'' the autumn or be grown in and in the upper. and county, if you can get the cooperation built to tho Polk; county line which I ed its fourth annual' session in Lake social andbe educational standpoint ?yl t
'.prlne> In other'respects the cultivation south, in hotbeds or cold frames of the people in general believe should be the first move, then City Fla. June 23, on the beautiful I IY,'
lathe' same as for onions. The throughout the winter. there will be nothing us from drop back to Vine street at the A. C. of i! Columbia college. The ADVERTISED LETTERS. .

:IJ mature bulbs are pulled and left on When grown in the garden the seeds having paved roads pave streets, I.., railroad and build to a point just I campus is a gathering together of assembly all- I. Klssimmee Fla., June 28, 1915. '.
l \! r :'the ground until the tops are dry, should be sown in rows fourteen to bulkheading of the lakefront and the beyond the three-mile post, where the the different organizations of the Bap- Advertised fist for the two weeks. \
,. /I i' 'when they are gathered, braided together sixteen iqches apart and the plants short cut to St. Cloud. roads separate at the Frank Bass tists of Florida. landing July 12, 1916. :r I',
., JI,' and hung in a shed to cure thinned to the desired distance. The These improvements are all necessary place; then come back and pave Vine "
.f Garlic is used for flavoring heading type should be thinned to'a and possible if the people of the street to city limits; let county buildto Representative to the number of Brunner, N. I.: Buckley, D. J.;
.I purposes Jackson
work Dennis' 100 were In attendance the first day. Pales, lIenry; Henry; KeraI,I
Stand eight inches apart in tlv> row, town fend county will as one a point just beyond A. R.
Kale. but with the loose-leaf type the plants man. As to finances, it seems that store on Shingle Creek. They came from all sections of the nedy; Mrs. K. L.; Middlebrook.. Flour-
? l' ,. I r Kale is a very handy crop and can be grown close together and the county will be very well preparedto Mr. Editor, I want you to turn your state. ,noy; Oglesby, James E; Overstreet,, \; ". '.
';\' be'crown in the open during the autumn thinned as needed for the table. Fora do her part of the work. For the eyes west long enough to help us get The speakers of the assembly are ''A. l"'.; Pederson, Bernhard Jo.: Story c,
'S-. and winter in thelseed sections very early crop, start the plants town I would advocate the issuing of this piece of road. We are the most men and women of note "Baptist 'Alice; inking, Mrs. J, J.; Williams, fs "
'. ., oft south. Sow early I in the hotbed or cold frame and trans- improvement bonds to the full extentof loyal good roads advocates in the ranks. They are ai follows: Dr. H. Miss ,).
s In the autumn in drills eighteen inches 'plant the young plants to the garden what the charter would allow. I county and to prove it 1 have only to C. Buckholtz, of Atlanta, Ga., Arthur B. B. SIMPSON Postmaster. .. 1-
v apart for hand cultivation, and thirty as soon as hard freezes are over. have never seen a town or county that tell you that sixty days ago we refused Flake, of Baldwin, Miss., who is a ''l
3 Inches apart for horse cultivation. Lettuce planted in the autumn may could make headway on taxes: you to vote a three-mill school tax Sunday school expert employed by the Tie your boudoir cap under your r a.
W Thin the plants to stand four or six be left in the ground over winter in may pay running expenses, but that is in Order to be able to pay a four-mill Sunday school board of Nashville, chin with black velvet ribbon to be tl; t'
q y inches apart .in the row. A spring Tenn. Mr. Flake has charge of the I
many sections of the south. Give the all you can do. road tax. ,in style. :\:.
crop of kal. should be planted to furnish plant frequent shallow cultivation A bond Issue with the retirement of We have just finished paying our B. Y. P. U. study classes and all workof I
fresh tender greens after the with hand tools.Varieties so much each year would hardly be 1914 taxes and are just dieing to pay that nature during the assembly.Dr. !
'.t "i''' winter' kale has become tough. Seed recommended: Grand Rapids felt by the people in the payment of our 1915 taxes. In looking over the S. B. Rogers, state Secretaryof .
) for the spring crop may be sown as or Black Seeded Simpson for the taxes. Then, again, the exchange of delinquent list I do not see a single missions from Florida, has chargeof
i' ': soon as the soil\ can be conveniently loose-leaf lettuce, and Big Boston, ideas is a great thing in bringing Shingle Creek taxpayer on it. We mission study classes and presentsthe
worked. Hanson, and California Cream Butter : about changes in public sentiment and only ask this in payment of our loyalty cause of missions in a most eloquent -
Varieties recommended: Dwarf for head causing the upbuilding of town or to the cause. Then after that the and forcible manner.
Curled Tall Scotch and Siberian. lettuce.Melons.. community and bringing about many short cut to St. Cloud, which ,we Louis EnUtmlnger, of Fort Worth,
W h Kohl-Rabi. Muskmelon.-The culture of the. needed rorms.I should be able to start by the first of Tex., is one of the highest if not the

i r t Kohl-rabi belongs to the same class muskmelon is the same as for the cucumber believe in expressing my opinionin 1917. Yours truly. highest salaried Sunday school superintendents w. eanT all tb* ....... v..... }* '
'' as cabbage and cauliflower, but does except that the plants are I regards to law and also in regardsto G. B. WOODALL. in the United States. Mr. Mr .f FARM FIELD aaa OABV i ,
resemble either. The edible of officials but I behave Entaminger accepted the superintend- mmrm '
r not portion usually given more space. Plant eight the acts our PEN SEED that awe t- 1
i iis the swollen stem, which resembles to ten seeds in a hill, spacing the hills I we should keep within bounds of The Rev. Stuart Robertson, of Glas- ency of the school of the First Bap- urn sad *.mmm to be **s ally ;' j
a turnip. but which is formed six feet apart each way. After the reason; if some one differs with my gow, works 'from six in the morningto tist church in Fort Worth. Tex., when .*.r..* tm niMa aid ... .11at C
above ground. Kohl-rabi should be plants become established, thin out opinion he has a right to say so. In five dally in the armaments worksof the attendance amounted to about 200, .. ysore.
a J grown both in the spring: and in the all but four of the best ones. Another brotherly love, take and give is a that city. He says that if he makes since then the membership has increased ... _lira1 .......IF fee NEW
: autumtv Sow the seed In drills and method is to sow In drills six feet great thing; take the liberty to say shells during the week to fire at the until it now numbers 1,600. CROP .f all ..rt.tI_ .f SEED r
thin the plane to six inches apart In apart and thin to single plants eighteen what you think is right, and give the Prussians and shells on Sundav to fire 'I Miss Kathleen Mallory, of Balti- BEANS EGGPLANT, MELON. 'y
1 r I the row. The rows should be eighteen to twenty-four inches apart. other fellow the privilege of doing the at the devil, that would be a fair more, Md., assistant corresponding SEED, SEED CORIf KAFFIRCOHJV ,
rt tt"' Inches apart for hand cultivation and Varieties recommended: Rocy Ford, same. division. secretary of the W. M. U. under the MILLET, BBQOARWBED-
thirty to thirty-six inches apart for Netted Gem, Emerald Gem, Eden That is only newspaper talk is the \ Southern Baptist convention, in a SORGHUM SEED.
!. ; horse cultivation. The fleshy stems Gem, Jenny Lind and Paul Rose. remark very often heard. Newspapers most eloquent manner lectures on the COWPEAS 1
!i should be used while fresh and tender watermelon is the same as for the are the best factors for good or evil STATESBORO MINISTER work and methods of the Woman's All varieties
as they become tough and stringy Watermelon-The cultivation of the that we have. To try to get along Missionary Union, Young Woman's
I with age. Kohl-rabi! may be prepared cucumber and muskmelon, except that without the newspapers is like do- Auxiliary, Girl's Auxiliary, Royal Am-* *.*....Ormmm ..ea* y yPascal.
'\1 and cooked the same as turnips or the plants require more space. Plant ing business with New York withoutan GETS REAL HELP bassadors and Sunbeam Bands. S.7 Bra.

prepared with cream sauce, as described watermelon seed in rows eight to ten adequate mail service. Everythingwould Dr. H. C. Gardner, professor of POUIVTBY FEED, 8UPPLIB8,
: for cauliflower. feet apart and thin to single plants be stale when you got it. So Rer. J. Powell Tells How He Found homeletics in the Southern BaptistRUBMYTISM INCUBATORS, ETC. j !pI
Variety recommended: White VI- .let us have talk; it does New to Give to
three feet apart, or plant in hills eightto newspaper Strength - '- Write for Catalogue and Weekly !)
enna. ten feet apart each way. good, when applied in the right way His Labors. Trice List 1
Ot ', Lettuce.: Varieties recommended: Kleckley I have been expressing my opinionin Rev J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga.,
Lettuce thrives best during cool Sweets. Florida Favorite, Georgia regard to certain things for sometime suffered from stomach troubles so se- OISeat KVM.blUkrd Sad 1..Krt a'1'e
weather, so it should be planted in Rattlesnake and Tom Watson. and had about derided that no riously that they affected his work. Will Bee Hoagie !. e'I.rlda. ,
H read the articles all agreed withme cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia -
+ one or He 8tru rirled on under the handicapas \
or I occupied the position of the best he could-hardlv realizing, Headaches, Cramps, Colic E. A. MARTIN SEEDCOMPANY ;

. .. Methodist preacher I heard of once. perhaps, just how much hill sickness Sprains, Bruises Cute Burns, Old '
1 He joined the conference and the presiding hurting him Ring-Worm
was Sores Tetter, Ec-j see Kmmt Bar Street.JACKSONVILLE .

III' : a Dime a Day He took elder charge gave and him wanting an pleaseall derful One he learned He took of Ma-vr's the first Won-dose zema etc. Antiseptio Anodyne,' FLA. (g) w

; : t. tWhat \iIlDol fell in with the baseball boys, the -then decided to take the full treat used internally externally. 25c

By B. C. ferbes I In Atlanta Georgian card parties (social, of course,) and ment. He wrete: -
I lid not preach against the bar rooms : "Since using the six bottles! of your -- ----- e fl

...O..O.'O.0009000'OOOOO OOOOOOgOO OOOOOOO or any of the evils of the day. He wonderful remedy I feel like anotherman.
:l* wa having a good time. Well, by and It has been quite a wonder to f
.I The Scots-who know something do us good.A by, the presiding elder came aroundfor me to know how one could have a 2 pr. ct. Will Insure n
about thrift.--hav. an adage; "Mony dime a day could be saved-oh! quarterly conference towards the stomach disease like mine and live
little mak a muckle." in any one of a number of ways if last of the year. The young preacher I and do the work I did. I just escapedthe Your Automobile Against FireFrom
In American phrase, take cart of we only set our minds to it. wanted to stay where he was the next operating table.

the ctnts and the dollars will take I know of one lady who buys a great vear, so made his report. Church at- :"Now I can eat what I please asdit Internal or External Causes ,
) care of themselves. many gifts at Christmas from the tendance was good, finances all O. K., doesn't hurt me night or day."
'. How much thInk you would you pennies she tosses into a handy box but his report did not show any con- Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives Any Place in the United State +fi
have in twenty years did you save a during the; year. versions, baptisms, dismissals and permanent results for stomach liver
dime a day and allow 6 per cent interest Once cultivate the habit of saving a ended up by saying "all living in and intestinal ailments. Fat as much No matter where it is. in a private or public garage; in a
to accumulate on it? dime a day and ere long you will wantto peace and harmony and brotherlylove. and whatever you like. No more dIstress freight steamship
car or
Over $1,2001r make it two dimes a day, and two ." The report was accepted and after eating, pressure of gas in x
1 {rl r The little dime, the smallest of all dimes a day would double the totals the meeting close but when the pre- the stomach and around the heat. Get Cheapest Auto Insurance in Kimtimmee '
'..".::. .?our coins, can work wonders if tucked given in the table already given.If siding elder and the preacher were in one bottle of your druggist now and V,
31', away. on. each day. everybody in the United States the parsonage the presiding elder saidto try it on an absolute guarantee-if The Springfield Fire &: Marine Company Capital $2,500,000V y '
''b.. -,: K A dim a day will insure a lad of saved a dime a day, the total wouldbe the preacher. "Brother, according to not satisfactory money will be re-
!':, 15 for of el for $1,860 in I will have to changeyou.
2400 a youth $10,000,000 a day, or $3,650,000 your report turned. ..
v aad.a man of 86 for $1,800, a life insurance one year which is more than all the ." The preacher was struck dumb
actuary computed for me yes amount of money in circulation in The elder went on to say, "You have SEE CARSON w'
terday. This premium would carry the this country. been here a year new and accordingto FARMERrl
"' usual participating privileges, including Why not start to do your share? your report you made no one mad, Dakin ,
),+ refund for the reduction of fa. Save a dime a day to keep the wolf nor saved a single soul and if the Drop a Postal to t -
;r< ture premiums or an Increase in the away. Lord's work is carried on rightly you A

.amount. of insurance. are more than apt to do both." F. J. TERRYBuilder I t -
A* dim''''a' day. with. 6 per oent Interest :.0.0444000000.0000..0004.0: So there you are. Yeu may start
'compounded annually; would out to advocate something that will
buy two ."baby bond. of the highest 4 SUPPORT MR. EVANS. PKissimmee be for the welfare of the people or to of

wra>t.A .dim at the a day end on of the An same years.terms if' ... ..... .. ...: Monuments and Tombstones The eyes of the world

e' ,saved for, boy girl from birth ,
your or Ma.. Jue 24, 1915. hr
would give you over $600 to send the Editor"Gazette Theodore Deschner Twemtyfiv per _.t. IMtsreatai tkaa
Get ..... Street
_- -' t.'child' to boarding school when 11 yearsold The criticism by Mr. Wood ll-rn fro. My work ..! _.. thW .
../ or over .1 000 to .tart it at college GUNSMITH .. .. the
your recent issue, of Mr. Donegan'sand < e* .a..a. whoSAVES
2i'the child's bank book are on man
-, at. 18.:. At ; Mr. Bryan's action in supporting Cor. I Ith tad Florida :
would. show $1,300 to its credit the bill in the legislature favoring ORLANDO FLA.
To": illustrate vividly) how "money demonstration agents in Florida was, ST. CLOUD FLORIDA

makes money" the following table of in my opinion very weak, as nothing
e.. dime-a day saved I. worth pre- is more needed in this county than
I aentingi.End someone with the knowledge and ex-
t 'j" Interestat perience of our county demonstration ,GMF
&i, '"' \Y: ,;;- at 6 per agent. 1h

,,f ,: of I The is fast
C.; 86.60cs$1.822nd county being populatedwith
> '"'". ,
--,------- people from the north, some R. S. FLOYD.Dealer
, year __________.. "-115.06t 3.74S.74 farmers, others not, but all seeking .
i .. 8rd year ____u______ 116.06 to make a living from the soil. .
M "4th year __u_______ 157.81 6.76 The real estate agents tell them In
""r ....4 J 6th year Z-__________ 201.67 7.86 that this soil will grow anything. So
.,,. 6th year .....-______ 248.25 10.08 it will-but the northern methods and
a+ "9. .; ....yv.thyear ____________ 297.1 12.41 ideas must be put aside and new Groceries Nay Grain and Feed pAUSE for a moment young man
r' '*'r" v*;, 8th year _______1:____ 848.61 14.86 ideas and methods substituted. Hence, ,

yy thyear _______u___ 402.43 17.42 there is need to have some reliable give a thought to self. The '
,, ,. ..j10tyear ,uuu 469.05 20.12 authority to whom all can look for Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
'% .. _______ 618.60 22.96
'year information and act upon it. Without problems that confront or .
7' .i "'' '"I 12th year ___u_____ 680.92 25.92 such information failure can only be you ,
'f. \.,.''13th year __u______ 646.46 29.04 expected and failure means a retard- Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed will few hence.
' 14th year _______-... 716.28 32.32 ing of the settlement of Osreola a years .
W ',,' 16th year ________u 787.64 85.76 county
\f .17th ______ ___ 943.09 43.17.
year ',
; B. E. Evans, our present demonstration Look about --the men of affairs ia country state nation- '$
yon ,
; 16th year __________ 863.42 39.38 yes,
is -- - -
d v , 18th year ______u__ 1,026.74 47.16 agent, always on the job and is I ia the world are tae men who started to save early ia life
t nth year .___un__ 1,114.68 51.34.20th constantly advising newcomers and oootoo. oooo.ooooooOttt a x
others of the best methods
'h to employ
A year ___--_---'_ 1206.81 63.73 in order to achieve He has They have the respect and cafideac of the eoausonitr.Taea 1 '
t <. 21st year __________ 1,305.65 60.34 success.
t made many a "knocker" into a "boo t- Annual Excursion 2nd to
July '
t vieeable. -A dime would build up a sere :i er" of this county, by proving the look OB the ether the fallows who spend all they

tie\ 'A dime a day would pay for a merits of his suggestions. saake-they may have a food tia. for a wkile, bat what does tkdr '
.. Mr. Evans (is. in opinion, one of
week's'vacation in summer. my .....alil7 reflect? ,
la -
county best assets. I have
y r
. A dim a day would buy a 25-oent always found him a live wire and $7 .50 $9.5.0

S '' v$inner:.*for.,146 poor children at ChristA he does good wherever his advice is A dollar or so deposited ia tkb. baak will .. the
'' .raaa'
A' .. " dim would fare taken.I aaclas *l aa keaorable, Independent career. Y
a day pay your ?
k hope citizen of Osceola
y r I' second class', to Europe and back in county will every stand by Mr. Evans if the SAVANNAH CHARLESTONRound Make year beginning aow--today. Tow a '

f i ..thrTears.. need comes, for he is needed here, Halt book will pave the way.
.. .: A dim day would start on
",. ... a you and needed badly. .
.r::. tlt.reed to building a house through O. D. DAVIS. Trip Fare FromK.ISSIMMEE
ti rf;? ; ,;a.4TtngaFgdloauaUociatiOn.
y V .., !A dame a day would buy you In Russia wishes American .farm and I I !
I State Bankof ,
;a' Bi'<< , Pennsylvaniat garden seed.Snakes Via fd
i .. cent a' are said to be so shortsighted i
'> ..\ 4 year or a share of U tadper Steel that they are unable to see

c ," Ji' \ .',, :pr.frred. toelf tytg'T'P r'cent a more than one-quarter of their own Atlantic Coast Line .
r length. Kissimmee
,,\> f.: .. pe rbtter'eat The war has been responsible for
> !' would brinron $20 a :year In six: establishment of the first successful t
kN .. teeayar "and MO a :year hftwenty-44 barium industry in the United States. Staadaro! Railroad of the South Capital stock -.___________-_-________________$100.000.00 ,
4, ; meiXvdlaM', :; ;; ' Europe's best lighted cities, in Fiaal a..eeI enr :: '100,000.00Ottiars "
wef. :, i llrooporUon Tickets Sold lily 2... Liaut July 14AGood ------------ ----- --------
;. ; f: + ,'\/ 'a day could ba ,saved by to population, in order named, ;
;. f ",("i+ men through smoking. OM dgar'v' are PetrograVienna Paris and I/on *a AD Regular Trains aai h.?.."

k4 /l. .:': lA-dime..claJ''coa)4'.bea..ed' by Sine discovery. in 1S70 diamond C. A. CARSON. Prest J. M. LEE Vice PrwL \
i .
0'1!" ueJa'nbat1b1Uaaf a mines (at Kimberly have yielded an .1_1'Dt1r.ta.and Rsscrratioas Call .. . K.KAn. 2nd,Vice PresL

I'i''';; ...: :u..kt.ODeea average return of $20,000,00a a ,year. W. C. GILBERT,TIcket Agent J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., ft:

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.4.4e.4.44a.4o44soee4.: :. .. . .. . . . ... TO SHRINK GINGHAM :
'j To shrink gingham lay the doth flU
0. BEAUTY DON'TS' ,4 '. WOMEN'S Acnvmiss. oI CHARMING CAP AND: GOWN. a 1 large tab lukewarm rainwater, tov

!oman'sWor1d: Forhe Children which a handful of alt ha been add.'.
I :.. i 60* 00"< : "O.. . .. .io. .. .O'. ed. taking care to place the cloth ins
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N - 1 Sheer" ) Batiste Eebreiderysad the original fold. .
Remember this I Liquor 1* the bit. Queen Mary .U 'a colonel in the Brit .... .- Laee U.....' Let ft oak until the folds'are thoroughly -.
terest enemy of beauty for it i* the ish army.. -'' ,;
wet through, then remove from.'
General I In Chief ., the suffrage Walter Ounther. MaseeVf
subtlest of destroyers* and steals I -
Peres* ef the Keystone .t t.. all natural charm. -away' Battleship .."cI." The: woman* suffrage party of the tub.a', line and in, without the< open wringing air..' It, 'willell'J' pinto .

Th. following few beauty "don'ts"are Brooklyn have an orchestra of their
perfectly ,smooth and
given for the girl who would own, mad. up of young* musician I not run. vi
look her best -
I n i 1 1 ,i i i i .
: 'Don't be ashamed to do anythingthat Mrs. Ora Matthew, formerly a policewoman
.r will improve your personal 'appearance t of Phoenix Aria., has been SILK BLOUSES ARE ,COOL. 17

appointed a deputy sheriff. Wash blouse of silk in stripes of

Don't forget that the first and last color are always cool and practical an4 '
rule in the beauty book is cleanliness. The moving picture censorship law very: good looking too. They lain
Don't think that you can eat anything In Pennsylvania provides for a woman ter for traveling wear'' than 'the

you want, take no exercise, and censor at a salary of $2,500 a year. genie blouse because they do not muss t
not get fat. aO readily and do not call for laundering .
Don't think that when you are forty Woman suffrage leaders claim that s rr so frequently This season they
r you can have the youthful complexionof 49 1-2 per cent of the territory of the >t ,y ye come in prettier colorings and stripes

a girl of eighteen United States I. suffrage territory than ever before and every woman rxp I
Don't think that you can have a should 'dew of these blouse 4
beautiful face without the beauty of Miss Mary Whtttlngton: ;; has just retired in Tier summer outfit '

soul behind It. from teaching school for forty _

Don t long for youth if you are mid- years in the public schools of Gloucester MODERATION IN COLORS. "

dleaged. Remember a full blown rose N. J. Although the French themselves are
Is as beautiful, in its way, as the bud.
but the
wearing nothing most
Y a Don't keep thinking of yourself. yGY Mrs. C. H. Com Block is sales manager I
colors of hue fashioned .
1 After you are dressed and groomed, 1 of the woman's department of a ,for gown the spring every exhibition.were The-

forget all about how you ..look.Don't large real estate firm in Cleveland, reason for this .i* that often a bright
think that be restless Ohio.
you can color .how. a design off to better advantage
and irritable without thin.Don't .
getting and U the
apt to attract attention -
think that you can worry and Two women wil be on the committeethat
of the it'would
buyer a* not
fret without getting wrinkles. will grant pensions and allowances
if it were of a dark shade. ;
Don't neglect your appearance be- to disables British soldiers and
In spite of the brilliant,models the
cause you think you are a brainy sailors. ;
woman. fashionable color this year are the

Don't forget that uncharitable Although she is past 80 years of age duller ones-dark blue., green, putty d
I II thoughts make worse wrinkles on the Mrs. Rebecca Smith continues to work tNi color and brown, often combined '

I face than were ever made by Father every day in a Hagerstown. Md., paper with black. In fact in everything the 6,
Time. mill. tendency i* toward a restraint and
moderation befitting the time. in

FRIVOLOUS NECKWEAR. Teachers seeking employment in the which we live. .

ex' For those who possess lace scarfs, Seattle public schools will hereafterbe

f no matter what the shape or length, I required to pass a physical examination TkhtYts... . TIM ... Net Ablest 11. Neil
6 ass raAKK M. aosnama.Mrs. quality or type, the season's latest ad- that wil establish their fitness 'b. Jaeee... et Ita _Ie .... ....tt_eO.Iax4TivrsaOMOQWet
venture reveals a liking for these '' "'" for service.If INENben thaaMatae .......,
Frank M. Hocusing, president of >> ... ."" I. 'b lei .( Md dove .ot ease _n.m..... suerI.tIsi
frivolous neck or shoulder fixings for '\!' .
the PennsYlvanl.Voman Suffrage association. 4" la KmtMbOT the tall .a-s...
,' wear with the new gowns for dance =-- "-' 1 I the proposed constitutional look tot the alcaatara o< X. w. Oag... *>*,
'' Is a new type of suffrage and evening wear. .t amendment becomes law in California .

leader. As general In chief of the Even the fluffs of tulle or maline Photo by American Praaa Association. every bachelor girl in the state ,
R suffrage forces of tbe Keystone State which have been used all season in between the ages of 21 and 30 will be FOB Tins XJOBT Tim.

she Is conducting a campaign for the clouds of frothy white or in sunset This gay drummer boy Is Walter taxed every year. Midsummer brings many new additions When you buyBREAD.. d

S. 4 ballot, which because of tbe dignity tints of gorgeous colorings have their Guutber of New York city and he is to the summer girl's wardrobe In

; and common sense that characteriseIt ends weighted \>y single metallic considered one of the best drummers Since the war began Russia has the way of charming lingerie. The
J threaded tassels with silk made given the Order of St. George to 80
or his In the city, whichIs
for great
admiration years elaborate
has gained the respect and pattern shown here IM not so
all of whom served in the ,
forms each ,
roses in bouquet one concealing women
saying a great deal for there are but that clever girl
of tinentire country.SeuBiilUinnl complicated a
either under or
4 a silk covered weight to keepit ranks as fighters or were
stunts tint have nothing in position. ..hundreds of boys who can 'wield the fire as Red Cross nurses. could fashion It Lingerie mukes very '

-' but their pftiBntluniillxm, to ('omrn..1II1them Chiffon scarfs from two to four drumsticks with skill. Walter 'Is the !food "pick! up" work mid If a piece Ask for the BEST

t have no place In tuu lYuimyl- yards in length are worn in colorsto son of Charted iiiinther. who la a member Fifty-four per cent of the 112,111- l In always kept) lit (he work basket It

ut vania BuCfrnno! : CII III I'" lIn. Although match one's gown. These are a of the Thirteenth regiment national names contained in the social registers will\ only !he a short time before a ,,

; still In the curly tblrt 10.... Mrs. UOCHSIUKhas yard wide and have their ends trimmed guard\ of N>\v York. It was In the published in the United States are women useful and ilnlnty nrtlcle of wearing apparel We make it. Every Grocer sells ito. f;
i with knotted match of which three-fifths are married.Single ,
S achieved\ distinction ass both u civic fringes to drum corps of the Thirteenth regiment la fashioned. "
from three to six inches in depth, or women number 29,982.
that Walter learned\ to drum livlth
't t worker ami plillnntlin i as well as \
with .embroideries of silver or gold Walter also Some of the many short skirt .re
rhythm nnd precision. enjoys ;
leader of the state xulTrnge forcne.Moreover .
done in leaf forms, or in conventional Mme. Eugene de Reus Jancoulesco,
of the of cut to show facings in contrast the .
her civic and sociological patterns.The the honor being mascot president of the Roumanian Worn n as ,

work baa always been along constructive laurel leaf is a favorite pat- the military band of the battleshipNew Suffrage society, has received the I wearer moves. '

} lines, with tin lK>tt riuent of evil\ tern; besides this, it is an empire mo- York. During the recent parade highest decoration possible for a woman -

conditions as the goal to be achieved. tif or a classical revivification and in of the marines and sailors In New York in that country, the Bene Merenti a

.i Through the women's clubs of herr either case is a new note of perfect city Walter was In line with the bat First Class, in recognition of her I

fashion security. tleship's sailors and played throughout literary and social work. I '
home city Pittsburgh she worked for
,.. to better living conditionsfor You wear the four and five-yard the line of Ipurltb. Grapefruit and Orange Trees f
years length chiffon or tulle scarfs, carried Miss Helen McCarthy, of Walla.
+ women and children. As secretaryof across the shoulders and then wound Walla, Wash., is the only woman in the Standard varieties in all sizes for immediate delivery. Place

)- + the Twentieth Century club aud as around one's arms, thence the long Hidden Animal United States to hold the honor medalof your order for next winter for both Citrus Fruit and Peach trees to
1 treasurer of the Playground association ends are supposed to trail along the In the fourteen sentences following the Military Order of the Medal of .
be of the sizes and varieties
getting want.
sbe Madre au enviable reputation both floor, accompanying the wispy sweep- sixteen animals are hidden: Honor. Mis McCarthy inherited membership sure you
4 asTii executive and ilnnncler.Mrs. ing draperies of the evening gown 1. I went only by the naval orders. in the order from her brother, Our tree are budded to the beat standard Varieties of both .. 1 .* ""

Uoe alng'a Interest In suffrage with which' the scarf is worn, and 2. Good Dr. Ambrose allowed me to a celebrated Indian fighter. grapefruit and orange from heavy bearing trees. q'q'a

l came as a development of her active which of course, it matches in color go out. Our Citrus Fruit trees have been grown by expert and experienced I
experiences as a civic worker for she perfectly. 8. Arthur, at what time will yon nurserymen who have been in the business for many year {s '
ruche is of the of Francis
i : learned early tbe difficulties of at- BUTTONS' WAR ON COLDS. meet me tomorrow? in maline blue, black style or brown Our Peach trees are Florida grown and are budded on Pasco Plum 'I ,
r' tempting to better conditions for women Decollette dress for day wear has 4. The stone exploded and the saucepan combined with white and self-colored stock. t ,

and children through "Indirect tag gone right out of fashion-and the therefore was badly broken. ribbon, the effect being high at the If for first class stock do fail '\ '
V are looking a nursery not to
blouse is doomed. K. Jack all children should their you ,
g,. .: fluence She found, she says, that pneumonia obey; back and low in front. Some maline' "
:without the ballot even the most This is one of the sensible changes .parents. ruff are extended into small send for our catalogue, which i il your for the asking. Thi.'cataloaue.- {
r? \ ;earnest workers were handicapped which have been made by Mme. La 6L.J>t na play bide and seek, a* tag covered with ruffles. other. have the also gives much valuable information regarding preparing the land

Mode in wartime. 1 6 tiresome. "" officer with the extension at for and for the WRITE FOR A CATAiJLOGUE ;
"Therefore she determined to secure the ** cape a grove, setting caring trees. .
chin is the
to the T .
r' 'power which It represented for the women rule"Right for collars'up ," said the''representa now 'T.. Oh Leo pardon that p or man for the back, .like the ,tiny, .praamental TODAY; -, ? ,; '

t who' need It most, in her opinion tive of a Paris firm.of,modistes. my sake shapes.Colored. batiste caPe,, collars'with Our nurseries are I located at Leetburg.; Florida} aUo 'at,Eagle); t

f ..the women of the factory and mill. "Blouses that leave the chest exposed 8. Rebecca, take this present "from narrow pleated jabot are worn .with Lake and Lake Wales, the famousWinter Haven'section., : .. *;::1,;
"1" ,' Her success In this task Is shown by will soon disappear entirely so me to john high linen turn-over collars' Revert ''s .
far as women who nave any regard ft. There is that bad German lad who THE C. E. THOMAS NURSERIES '
: ,.1 + the growth of Interest in the suffrage are smart, and many are made with .
the for fashion are concerned. stole my book small the IJBUKN WEBB BUILDING T .MPA.PL ..,
;. Question In Pennsylvania during the part at top. 4 ,
This "The decollette blouse and corsageof 10. I saw strange men In the wood A high turn-over' flared collar of
fast" few through
$ years. year
J1t' ',.her generalship the question goes directly the day been gown carried have to until the quite extreme.recently chuckling and laughing as I went by. handkerchief linen has a pleated jabot ti
\ 11. That squalling babe arrived like a wide box pleat, in the center
for the first time. yenterday.
:\i to the voters
Not only has the V been worn as plainly -
and knife pleats at the sides, this part
Powerful Interests are fighting tbe in the evening dress but in some '
as ,
of net with broad band of fine
12. asked me if oxen ever
iJo but Mrs. it has extended for street
Pennsylvania suffragists, cases wear filet in..rtlon.Frilla .
Roesslng does not fear the outcome. almost to the waist." were In deer parka. of net or lace and jabots are 4lH

4 "We will win. she said recently, The disappearance of the pneumonia 13. After getting on the steamcar I attached to flat, turn-over or conventional JULY IS JULY 5lH ,
1 blouse and the return of the and
"because tbe majority of men lu the bought some candy a magazine. collars. A pretty vestee of em-
full skirts which are now in vogue 14. I. ablebodled and
Douglass broidered net has a V top scalloped.
.. state believe In fair play. And that Is of woman'sappearance ia
will increase the primness healthy Above this is a crush collar of black ,
what tbe question of suffrage finally i
in that the will be
fair figure Answers: 1. lien 2. Ram seat 8.Rat. satin fastening In front, with three
resolves Itself Into-just play. fully covered from ankle to ear.
4. Panther. 0. JackaL 6. Stag. large pearl slides, leaving the V be- ST. PETERSBURG
Many of the new bodices and coatsbutton'
effect in voile is
An unusual
low. an
7. Leopard 8. Cat. 0. Badger. 10.
l WOMAN'S HORTICULTURE.The chin. right up close.0 under the Woodchuck. Bear. 12. Fox, reindeer outside vestee with a high collar, both ,
with small black cord frogs.
In evening dress the latest idea ia Caribou. 14. Sable. .
new interest in scientific farming An organdy collar has revere scalloped ,
which naturally has been shared from Paris decides that if the corsage and embroidered and a high, up-

by women has resulted in the organization I be decollette in the front the gown R ddl... right accordion-pleated frill across the .. W".S''I I 1
of a school at Ambler, Pa., for covers the back entirely up to the When is love a deformity When It back only. Organdy revers are thick-
i giving practical instruction to women nape of the neck. is all on one side. ly dotted with hand-embroidered dots

X In horticulture. The school'owns seventy Why Is London bridge like merit? or bars, with a high medici collar I kii-iiJiwJ
t' acres of land, employs ten teachers HANDKERCHIEFS.The dotted and scalloped, wired and worn I ' I I
Because Is often
so passed over.
novelty of the season in the
4. has several school buildings, three slightly turned back. Rather stiff organdy !
handkerchief world is the chiffon When are eyee not eyes? When the with fine hand work is used for ,

students. I' handkerchief with white and colored wind makes them water. collar and cuff seta and vestees. A .-

I ticulture has been offered for years in cord decoration. Some of the best Which Is the beet behaved food cakeor vestee of organdy in fine tucks is attached -

t' i European; schools, but adequate train- numbers are in colors and have narrow wine? Cake, which la only occasionally to a high collar, with a narrow -
ing along such lines has not been I outlinings and rolled hems in "tipsy," while wine Is alwaysdrunk. embroidered turn-over just show-

C', open to women in America until re- black. ing on both parts, and a crush ribbon
+, cently. Two years are required to The crepe de chine handkerchief in over the collar passe. through slits in
f dainty colon with self or contrasting What we all require, what we an
complete the course in the school at front, leaving the edges of a fichu
borders is feature. These handker- give, what we occasionally ask for, yet
i Ambler. Each student plans and cares a about an inch and a half apart. An **>
e for a small plot of ground for the ,chiefs are for women. very seldom take Advice. elaborate style of organdy collar hasa i '

i'il condition of which she is held responsible Dainty rolled or turned hems are I What Is It that walk with It* bead frill of oriental lace on the lower .TUB SPA" >
her instructor. Certain i fashionable on the finer goods. The to the shoulder A
J' by parts downward? A nail In a shoe. edge only. partly
7, of the greenhouse are alloted to the lone and one-half Inch hem is likewise What Is the beat game for a Christ closed turn-over of embroidered organdy YOU ARE INVITED TO THE BIG CELEBRATION ATFLORIDA'S '
tt .care of the student and she is made I popular is worn with a short tied cravatof
In. the better grade linen handker- mas party A haunch of venison. '
i familiar with operations in nursery, black velvet ribboif. I COOLEST COAST RESORT '
; chiefs hand embroidery in dainty designs la child with cold in Its ._ {
orchard and vineyard not consideredtoo Why a a ----------------------------
She daily record prevails. Initials are conserva- head like a winter' night BecauseIt
heavy. keeps a !
tive in size. : : RACES gR
r of her work, in this way becoming acquainted blows It snow (Its nose).
with the length of time required Linen styles are shown in two-tone like children's ?
;1 Why; are 'poets toy
} for the germination of seeds effects. These are at their best in the Feel WellDon't GREAT PROGRAM MARINE SPORTS'
; Because they are given to a'muse and
F handkerchiefs for children which
and the development of fruits and ON THE WATERFRONT MUNICIPAL PIER.
{ ,.
Indulge in fancy (Infancy)
: show decoration of dainty play de-
Instruction is In
canning and preserving fruits and sign suffer from the ill effects ofan
r vegetable Training in simple carpentry AND WHITE COSTUME. Inactive liver, such as headache, LIFE SAVING EXHIBITION BY RED CROSS
? is also a part of the curriculum IN THE SICK ROOM. Black velvet and chalk white silk is indigestion, constipation, lack of en- LIFE SAVING CORPS. "

and the student are taught to make I A few hints for those who are always a striking combination no ergy and low spirit, when for a little
r All races and contest open to entrants from any part of the! state. r,
: cold frames boxes, tool locker and around the sick room will not be- matter bow blended.In money you can vet a remedy of proved .
( t simple famlture. The work also include amiss. a costume recently seen the velvet merit. GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX Entries close July 3rd. y
Serve all' meal daintily varying which/ outlines a white taffeta will liver and let .
the handling of dynamite in get your right you '
blowing out*of old stumps. Bee and the chinaware as well a* the food. Eton runs up the open fronts to the enjoy better health and brighter spirit Band miic aD day. Evening Fete and. Opening handsome new r

/ 'poultry raising are taught by expert Settling for the night take time. shoulder; seams' Inner ends and vanishes *. LIV-VER-LAX' act naturallyand BaaJavfllitr.. the "....." ,

,.and chemistry I* studied In relation to so .tart early before the patient is alltired .under a .tall collar crossing' the effectively.: 'lias' none of the dangers BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS ON THE SHORE /
: I of the neck. Attached to ItabaCk
-It soils and the of fertilizer, insecti- out. nape : and bad after effect of.-..JomeLBold r 4
use '
the dean I black velvet bow. whose Bathing a*the -SpaSafeet / Beset electrically lighted for '
ddeand fungicide. :'In addition aeconUnf Keep ,room'. by dusting I a big under an absolute money refund r
\ in tb* Review of with a damp cloth then a dry duster; lone end fell far below the waist guarantee at 60c and f 1 m bottle. Each beach, Inset bathing faelllUee. evening .......C. 'A eharsaIn ,_

w o B.v *i'instrnetlon';; U given in landscape wring out the cloth'Ia water with a I The slwnsy Are elbow,; length- battle i.. protected by likeness,of,L. FIo Ia.. JH lag peeta*}*. r, > >
of to It. : blade lace" to watch.four flounce ofgrsdut.d *.. -- '
few drGp. turpentine IC.XSrigsby.-. ; sal Oaeeola &
ti commercial law ,07 .
; market . I > >
< gardening, '. ;,- i 'Asia'or.--.IIIftIr'.""' '
S. Select the sunniest roonv .Have the" width veiling on /; whitetaffeta Z8-4t ?
Pharmacy. ,
of the .
.# method bookkeeping, care: For full folder and information,addre. .
and conatmcUon.Threare .' window opened at the tap and bot skirt r i u Brograam. aliwr' : .
.Woodlot.. greenhouse '..' tMBt-cad see that they do not rattle Although the combination.ef lace ''The woman inclined to atontneM I fa ; ; BOARD OF' TRADE, St PetorsWrfc' FlerUa.' I j.

rctraw\terbau twtthflTeU aadjMnwtbe .hinge* and lock,.f..... and.ilk may seem to be a mature one. very much v favored la the prevent ,. {VI.aM +...}frh.A".N .. ...._.. _< ,. '.. ,..,.y r ryY.ynf ny! 5,n. .a. .'t. 't'.T

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Save your money for this sale and come early. We will astonish you with our bargains. Some prices are

given here, but we cannot list half of our immense stock. Everything marked in plain figures on Red Tag:

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see, get prices .

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Dry Goods, LawnsHundreds BLEACHING36in. Gentlemen's Men's Hats

Winchester Bleaching. IOc I .
of yards of figured Lawns
Dress Goods will be sacrificed to just as if they now _______-_____________71/ic 25% Discount 1
were not in season. Now is the time 36-in. Winchester Bleaching 8c, Furnishingsand $3.00 grade now -___________$2.25
{ and Ladies'Readytowear to wear Lawns, and NOW is the timeto now _____________________6c Also many others that we can sell to
BUY. I2J/2C Lawns, both figured 36-in. Winchester Bleaching 7c. Shoesand i you for a price that will simply surprise -
and striped, to sell at, yard____9c now _____________________5c you. Will sell you a good hat
per y
All lOc Lawns will go at-_______7c Ladies' and for -------________________89c
Do not Miss this Opportunity. Table Linen 4

t'' Department $1.00 grade __________________74c Children's Shoes 4 Silk Sox r.,
Lace CurtainsMost .55 grade __________________4OcLadies'
Holeproof. guaranteed Silk Sox. 75c ,'
Ginghams exceptional values will be of- NeckwearLadies' Men's SuitsMEN'S grade _____________________59c
fered in this Department at Half Price. 50c grade _________________39c
hi- ? .Y Largest stock in town. Neckwear: Collars Jabots SUITS-We the best All 25c Sellers to go for______19c
p I2je! Ginghams, this sale______9l/tc CretonFloral etc., made of Lace. Embroidery. Pique grade of Ready-Made Clothing for -(
t lOc Ginghams, this sale________8c Ratine. Also some Bulgarian effects. Men that find. These
All Calico, this sale_____4VC to Sc Design. lOc grade now___7V.c made by Schloss we can Bros. Co., of Baltimore are- Men's Shoes ,
Other grades reduced in the same
k WaistsWaists and have won the di.tiDctiODc Hanan- -

Percales proportion. 50c at ________________39c throughout the whole United States of I Lot _______--_______.1/ .
F4 f fn/ Curtain GoodsHundreds I Waists 75c at ________________59eWaists. being called the CLOTHES BEAUTI Florsheim$5.00 -

7' ,, .I2J/2C now! _Percales______,__many__?___patterns_______lOc and hundreds of yards of $1.00 at ______________79c of FUL.these We Beauties are going in this to include Great Sacrifice some c W. L grade now ----------$4.%5 '
We have Ladies' Suits Sale!, and sell Suit cChe'ap Douglass
Beautifully Figured Curtain Goods Two-piece at you one a* 'rl
$4.50 grade now 35
rig GalateaThis from 25 40 Reduction. We Could Buy It
to % ai by takingmore
with Tan or Cream Background and
; than hundred time. $4.00 grade now __________ 3J5
it the best cloth for Children'sRomper figured in Brown and Green. 5c a yard I a atone $3.50 grade now __________ 2.85 w'
and, Play Suit. and up to 25c. Never before has suchan Skirts 3.00 grade'now __________ 135 -- d
Regular 1 160: To go at._._____13e offer been made. 4 4 Ratine. Linen Linene, Pique at MENS SUITS in Browns Cray. Etc- c C Other Brand*- .
25% Discount $2230 Suit at _________,_-$II.SO $230 grade now ?- ,__....:_ US Y
a Silks Babies' Caps.-THIS SALE-lOc, 18c, j $18.00 and $20.00 Suits at $12 t* $13 $1,50 grade now __?_______ 1.20 C
33e, and 49c. They are lace and Hoisery at 5c $15.OO Suit at ____________$ '..a
I Cut-Sla.hed-Sacri6ced, with not embroidery. _______ ____ '
,{ 'a piece reserved I 4 SPECIAL-WC have a lot of Hosiery $10.00 Suit at $ 7.89 c Ladies' Shoes c
1 $1.00 Messaline, this sale________74c Laces 4 that we are going to sell for FIVE Nothing reserved. All go at sales C i
s : .50 Silks, this sale____________3Sc CENTS A PAIR. Also are offeringour prices. Queen Quality- ;
50c grade of Ladies' Hosieryfor 7.50 Palm Beach Suit __ 6.35 ( $4.00 grade now $3.25 ,'
44 Big lot of $1.00 Silk at low as 69c, We now arrive at that Dep.rtmentof 1 _________________________39c $ at $ $3.50 grade now __________ 2.85 t
and lose __
\ V'" we on every yard. Our Store in which every Girl or c Ladies' Silk Hole-proof. $1.00 $ 8.00 Palm Beach Suit at $ 6.75 $3.00 grade now ___'"-______ 2J5
grown-up Woman will naturally be interested < grade, now _________________79c Palm Beach Pants at _.$%.35 to $%..79'Men's $2.50 grade now __________ 1.95
SoisetteAbout Also a $1.50 Shoe for_____ 1.20
I Valiencennes, Shadow, and in fact, Some Pretty White Button Oxfords '
4 Sheets and (
c Sheeting
.( ten bolts, all of which have
all the Laces will be reduced to Zero Shirts. and Pumps are included in this lot.
been cut. Colors: Blue. Pink. Cream Prices. 8-4 to 10-4 Sheeting at 20% Discount See
l' and White. All of this in regular 25c : cc Seamless Sheets 72x90 at ______39c One Lot Men's Shirts__________2Sc our Special Bargain Counter rChildren's
this tale _____________________19c
Seamless Sheets 81x90 at ______59c One Lot Men's Shirts __________39c
EmbroideryEmbroideryEdge >> Seamless Sheets. 90x99 at ______89c ShoesBuster
LADIES' UNDERWEAR" this and Insertion and ( Unbleached Domestic 36-m. wide, $1.50 Special beautiful patterns, all (

1 Department. we have an exceptional All-Over will be handed over the sac- this sale _____________4c to 7V.e to go at -$1.10 Brown- I{ .
line of Silk and Embroidered Drop : c Resolved That going to
we are
rifice counter almost at the Price You < Table _____________ $1.00-Best Dollar Shirt in town J
,, Skirts. Also some that are made of Linen 20 % off sell to the Little Boy and Girls some
Suggest. for _______________________79c
cheaper materials. These Skirts must ____________ Shoes that are not only CHEAPER but
Mosquito Bars 20 % off
( 75c Shirts ____________ (
I go. Regardless of Price. Wait and See SEE OUR WHITE GOODS-Dimi- to go at far better than anything they have ever
f Them. ties Lawns Batiste etc., at a bargain. J. P. Coats Spool Cotton spooL4c 50c Shirts to go at ____________39e had l before." a

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