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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 9, 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: VID00706
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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r ./ body Of City Dads progress Casting the Its Osceola influence Board on the of side County of- Regrets; Delay But Rants Now President and COMMISSIONERS-FIX Entire Program a Hitch Gi&e3ThrouhWithout l 'or Single

i > -V Enthusiastic" Tuesday Demonstrator Commissioners decided 13.'to at E. the employ Evans seaslon for County held an- 'To Save.. .MoneyWILL y' Fripp Secretary MILLAGE FOR TAXES Acddent Incident.or. Unto! y'ard>, ' a

other year at a salary of $1500, of .
; which amount the FIGURES' SHOW ASSESSED i VALUATION _ t' :


BONDS. his conveyance and expenses were "

furnished Before this by-the action county.was taken A. Because there were only two bids; The Osceola Fruit and Truck Growers Osceola The value county of for taxable this property is $5.784000 in, I Stops Off Here En Route'To

i Enthusiasm aroused during the closing R. Spencer of Gainesville who Is the entered for the paving with brick of 1 Association begins Its second year as to year '
minutes of the regular monthly head of the farm demonstration work about three miles of roadway in Os- $ a new set of officers named at 1914, according compared to the book$6,612,855 of County for Bradentown and Consents

meeting of the city council held Wednesday In Florida addressed the board and ceola county from the Orange coun- the meeting: held last Saturday, and_ Tax Assessor Barber as approved by To Make Address-Other ,
: I night resulted in a call for an explained the progress of the workIn ty line to the Kissimmee city limits with the definite plans for a greater the county commissioners sitting ..
adjourned meeting to be held in the the state and what It means toamong and both of these were much higher work during the coming twelve equalisation board this week. No an Prominent'Speakers' Were

F council chamber tonight at 7:30: ; those counties which are supporting than was expected the: county commissioners months. changes were made in the assessments
o'clock at which the members of the it.Addresnes. in session Tuesday ..rejected The officials named are as follows: as made by Assessor Barber and the Also Heard.
*r council will discuss a plan to arrive at advocating the employ- both bids and will readvertise the President S. T. Pansier. board fixed the millage as follows!
''a1 the estimated cost of proposed improvements ment of Mr. Evans for another year contract. Bids will be asked for the Vice president J. E. Alexander. I. Hard surface road fund, 7 mills;
and probably reach a definite and Secretary, W. J. Fripp. With a crowd of 'visitors variously
complimenting the work he has next monthly meeting, the first Monday general upkeep of roads 301m.
decision to bond issue to take Board of Control H. Barrier E. B. ; 3.000*
as a done the in schools 7 mills estimated at from to 6,000 and
during past twelve months August This action will general revenue, 2H
i i of 'them. Morey Ilirleman, J. F. O'Berry, Clark 'three thousand home in 'N '
care fine lorfeiture fully people
mills and
were also made by John M. Lee, probably delay the work considerably Howelf ; % mill: pub-
f It was well after 11 o'clock Wednesday and the officers as named. attendance the big Fourth of July R
President H. C. Stanford, of the Kis- but tbe commissioners were de- licity K mill making a total of 20 Vi ;
,fp night before the council took up slmmee Doard of Trade termined to lower' ?. The new officers upon assuming mills This is an increase of four and celebration and barbecue heldhere on.\\
Sam Dram- get a pricefor
the matter of improvements after At- their duties all pledged themselves to Monday was the most successful event
a half mills the increase
J. S. representing the mar representing the St. Cloud the work, however much they deplored work in harmony and being due to kind in
torney Cadel consciettously the four additional mills allowed of the ever attempted ,KJstm-r';
County Commissioners had asked the Board of Trade, J. W. Prentls, secretary the delay for the upbuilding of the truck business the bill by m... ,* '.l
1: ,; body to give him some idea as to what of the Board of Trade, and W. The two bids were those of the in Osceola county. the legislature passed by and the last session of _.Tha,..riaito "begae,.iarlvln.-WI: 1y.- :
an increase-of ,
', '. was proposed in the matter of the J. Fripp, representing the Osceola Alabama Paving company, of Birmingham The.aa oci&tion will begin a fightat half mill dn the general fund. Monday morning in wagons+< buggiesand '
'1 .J.l re ihort-cut fill to lessen the distance to County Fruit and Truck Growers as.oclation. Ala., and same company once to get the express rates on The millage last fol- automobiles and"later the trains'over '
+ p.loud.. Cadel will be into .*" which is now building the road faOrange eggplant and strawberries year was as and !
;: / Attorney changed. lows: schools, 7 mills road the Midland Sugar Belt arrived
'/, :jrr \ attend the meeting tonight Several petition. liberally signed county from Orlando to the A committee composed of E. E. Nau- fund; 6 mills general ...; county mills crowded theirfullest eape>
.... advise the council more fully justmind by farmer an4( growers of the county Osceola county tine; and the Soutb- gle J. F. O'Berry and B. E. Evans was fine and forlefture, V4 mill publicity; city. ;Then came the special from san. "
. 'O! plan the commissioners have in : were also presented, all commendingMr. ern Paving and. Construction! .company 'minted to take up thispnatt.r and prepare 'K" mill, totaling 16 mills ; ford -intermediate point 'with. t
1'1. Evans': work and asking that he of Chattanooga, which also hasa a petition to the interstate commerce This rate of taxation will 'furnish full quota .of visitors and the.A. C. I*'
Ali the tax payer. of the city are invited be kept in the county for another contract in Orange county. commission asking that the the following amounts in the various regular train from the south with an. l'
r to attend the meeting of.the The bids were. to be opened by the classification of these two.articles be funds: General revenue, other' large crowd'1 '. ,'...
!4 council tonight and join in the discussion year.Mr, Evans' report for the past commissioner on Monday, but owing changed so that a lower rate may be schools $40 488; hard. surface$14,460 road The street were filled with the via.Itors '
of the proposed improvements month was submitted to the board to-the celebrationand barbecueon obtained.Mr. fund .f40.488; road upkeep fund. $17r all during theday; .''despite Jhe
and bond tune and was as -follows: that day, the'board met and adjourned Evans, county demonstrationagent '862; fine and forfeiture $4, 38 publicity fact that the courthouse square 'was
The council in the informal dis"cussion KJ..lmmee.-Fla.. June 80. 1915 until Tuesday when the road discussed with the members the 1448. ; crowded during the whole of the morning -*
of the subject of improvements To the Co-operating Agency Osceola matter was taken up. matter .of crop reports and stated that The official: figures on taxable and doubly so around. the noon. ,
l Land the benefit. to accrue to the city County. A* the bid were made according he is preparing a new form whereby in"the county in 1818 and property 1914 hour when.the big 1 barbecue was serv
just at this I time when some sort of Gentlemen: The following iJ"'a to specifications: of Engineer Lud- the growers can make these report were'. as follower .. .' eeL j -., P
public work I I. 'seemd give employment general report.'of the work accom lam and were separated Into the various with little 'or no trouble. vK" is arranging 191S->Real personal ', The entire day's program was given.
# to laborer to be unani-,pU.heclbme, In this county'during Item. of' work necessary ''to the with the government to furnish $565.800; rsnroad24.027; to.taLM.260.i80. without single accident or untoward ;
'tnously in favor of a bond issue. In ,the month of June ' -" construction of the. road they were. the blanks) and franked envelopesso incident to mar the pleasure of tip
order to get the matter into some sort ,There,.are enlisted In'this;' county' referred to Engineer Ludlam and Attorney that there will be' no expense' attached 1914-Real .. 14,427,623par.eonalr'$678 ; .' visitor and they all went away wlfcn

,,1 J' of, a concrete: shape. Councilman W. At present Demonstrator, 10? Cooperators J. 8.'Code.. who,was recent to the plan. promoteedto't ; rshrv d. $421,>>46] a rood word for Klssinvmee., heavydownpour
Fancier who
Wi Carson, moved that the council Secretary was / of rain during the afternoon,
20 total $5.61 ,85oV r -
,: ; Corn CIabBoys 11.I'have appointed as;legal-advisor of the .
.meet in adjourned session tonight to' a office of'preeidentby: -theDDBnlm01lll and early in the evening served to in;,
visited this month 41 Demonstrators board.- .They'retired to compute the
i.. take}up the matter-and. adopt.. some vote of .'organiation, terfere with a t.wof the event and
S --Co-operators: Corn cost of a mile of roadway' under each discussed the work of the the of' ball
measure-which'would give the body past year WORK'lS'B'EGUN"ON prevented playing the ,
e .an.. idea of how much bOnd. would be I I ISv ; (Continued Page Four.) bid. and while be stated that everything game scheduled "with Winter Park;.
Deeded to continue the city's brick I :: When-computed the figures showed hoped for 'was not accomplished the but even this I did not dampen the ardor
avlnlf ,to IMANY' J a bid of 110SSI.40 per mile from association bad made a good start ROAD MELBOURNE of the crowds who indulged in ...-.
< mouth as a part of ythemDixie Highway CATTLEiUYERS the Alabama Paving company for a and with the hearty co-operation of .1'7'amu..ment of the day with'the
l'' to build the proposed drainage ditch road nine feet wide grouted withconcrete all the growers would be able to. do true holiday pirit.-'j";', ' .. .
north of the city the short cut fill to and with concrete curbingand much during the comingyear,, The big .eat.ot the day' was of.
St. Cloud and take care of outeUmdj I' HERE DOING WEEK a bid of 104u6.40 from the Mr. O'Berry brought up the matterof OSCBOLA'S PART OF CONNECTING course,the barbecue In the court bona
+ log indebtedness. Mr. Carson' idea Southern Paving and Construction express rates on eggplant and the LINK OF TWO ROUTES OF square where fully 6,000 people were .
') ,was that something should be done at company for a similar road. For a discussion which followed resulted in DIXIE HIGHWAY TO BB BUILT fed with-a Yeast of barbecued beef 1 ; r
once or the entire plan dropped without KEPRKSENTATIVBS OF PACKING road with creosoted wood curb the the appointment of a committee as JUST AS SOON AS pork and mutton,'with fish pilau and ";
I >i' further talk. The other members HOUSES AND MEAT COMPANIES) bids of each figured less than $,000 namto take up the matter with CAPTAINFARMER coffee Everyone of the many citizen. ,
:, .t( agreed and the meeting tonight prom- per mile. The board went Into executive the Interstate commerce commission.Mr. AND' ROAD GANG CAN who aided in.this I part'of .the.entertalnment -,.;;
,1|ji ises to be fraught with importance to SPEND .SEVERAL .DAYS .CONFERRiNG session to consider the bids O'Berry told the other members DO IT.Osceola. deserve' "commendation. .... .
.. .J.very_ citizen of Kissimmee. WITH STOCK MEN after addresses\ 'had been made by of his experience growing eggplant They worked tike Trojan to serve the
"'I' .W b.n the council session opened IN REGARD TO THEIR CATTLE? J. R. Copeland, of the Alabama company .. and declared that if the growers' feast and few. if any, of the visitor "
# Clerk J. R. Gilbert read the minutes and H. H. Meets, representingthe would take up this crop they could county's. part of the connecting went ..wathout their portion .of '.......
o r of the last meeting which were approved Southern Paving and Construction make dollars where they are now making link of the _..t.nd west the feed. ",- .
t by the counciL No less than five men Interested In company. cents. lie reviewed his visit to routes of the Dixie Highway throughthe Prior to the barbecue the speech't '
"' F All members of the body were pres- te purchase fOf cattle spent several After returning to open session a the Palm Beach section where be ....d state of Florida" will be built making: took pine.'in the court house ,
.rent together-with Mayor H. R. May days in Kissimmee during the past motion was made by Commissioner he found one man who had sold $11- just as fast aa Captain R. L. Farmer square. Addresses were made ,'by
', .1'City Clerk Gilbert City Attorney 0'- conferring with the stock men in regard Young Tlndall and unanimously passed 000 worth of eggplant off a piece-of and the convict road gang can con Mayor H. R. May, President Stanford
land which would in this section be of the board of trade Dr. A. P. Montague -- ,
:. Bryan, and City Marshal Overstreet. to their herds. While nothing to reject all bids because they struct ItWork :
.A letter was received from AttorVt.neys definite was given out it is said that were too high and rea4her.ti.e. considered too poor to produce anything on the road from St. Cloud ,president of Columbia! coli....
Johnston A: Garrett presenting several of them heavy purchases whatever.He to the Brevard county line was begun Lake City, and president of the Flor.
s the claim of Mar Missouri Bronson from the local sock men. explained the methods of grow on last Friday as predicted In tile ida Educational Association, ex-Sen-

? -.____(Continued! _on__Page.:-Four..! : )___ M. G. Gardner, representing the FOUR CLUB LEAGUE IS ing egjrplanti packing it, the markets Valley Gazette of last week. (Continued on Page Four.)
National Live Stock Commission etc. The other growers evinced quitean The road gang was moved together .
Company of St. Louist is here endeavoring interest in the growing of this with the equipment from Kenans- GROWS :
MAKE FINE DISPLAY to get the cattle men to map- PLAN OF F BALI CLUBSEdgar crop and as a with result. a number of Evans themin vile to Tobopka, on the East: Coast : FINE STUFF .

up a trainload to ship to his comp.iiTlor company Demonstrator branch line last week, the move by.

Jit OF FARM PRODUCTS sale In the St. Louis markets. the visited city Mr.on Wednesday O'Berry's to place see his south methods of rail being much faster and cheaper WITHOUT'FERTILIZER' } '
t Tom Price, representing Armour Kate and Fred Bass have succeeded in than the long haul by wagon road. r
'. \. Alvev the "angels"of operation.It The gang is now at work on the .
it Company, has also been here several "Speedy" as .
is that if the .
ball club and hereafterwill quite likely proper eight mile stretch from this station : \ ,
the local
j > A fine display of Oeceola4opnty days as was stated last week.J. arrangements can be made for rates' That fine firm products"'can'; be," <* .'
handle the trials, troubles and on the railroad to Ash ton, from which ?
'farm'products is on exhibition at the T. Rooney, representing Cudahy In shipping eggplant that a numberof grown Is Osceola ,
Osceola Hardware company store, Company of Kansas City, Bill Coffee tribulations and also the liabilities of the growers will plant eggplant for place to St. Cloud the road baa already use of fertilizer is the contentiontof. t .
:4, where they attracted no small amountof of Morris Company, Kansas the organization. So far with the the fall markets. been graded. A* soon a* this A..S. Nelson and to prove his con ten-, '"
Attention from the Fourth of4 July City and T. W.Phillips, representingthe Fourth of .July celebration game to I i is finished the gang will be movedto don he ha on exhibition at the office,
crowds. Birmingham Packing Company, help they ao on Easy Street with a I B. A. Patten, of Loa< article. display little of the wherewithal to the good. a visitor In the city on Tuesday and will 'work east toward DeerPa..k.
,The on were grown of Birmingham Ala., are the others : fine stuff Brown on his farm south ofThere
5. Edgewater Farm, south of who here They declare that theintend to givethe en route to the Brevard county "
'oa the have been mingling with ball fans a good entertainmenteach 4.e. .eeee. ........ .> .... *-- kt
fine fine
the city, and are a. a* are grown :the cattle owner. afternoon. .. line.Captain are several ear of yellow
..anywhere.v They Include Sudan Thursday Farmer who "Was in the dent corn about eleven inches in length 'iwell
t.. grass,. sorghum, natal grass. clover; Just now they to are be working IIfOOCI on a plan to BOARD OF THANKS TRADE CITIZENS* city this week to attend the meetingof filled with fine healthy grain lie' ;J' s
popcorn; Hastings Prolific and Poor TWO, PETITIONS FOR form whaVthey appear would a all the "Sand-one the county commissioners, reports has two stalk.of. Texas ribbon cane h
that be will rush this work to
completion thirteen
.land one of them feet three inches
corn. League" with four club a* mem- The Board of 'trade wishes to'*
a Every .one of the articles shows a bers.spur The circuit would be extend its heartfelt thanks to Just as fast as he can In, in length .and of fine quality. ..This : ''"
Tleh..growth' and'shows what can be KISSIMMEE BRIDGES composed of proposed clubs from 1 Kissimmee.Loughman. + every citizen, business man or keeping with his motto of .always 'was grown:from seed" in ten weeks. "' x
accomplished by intelligent farming /, Winter Park and St. otherwise for his or her help In'* building a good road Then there are some fine head. of fet- ., ,
f':: 'on the soft of this'county. .The> Interest regard I Cloud. 'With game, each. Thursday making.the big; Fourth of July* eratta M.grain' which hat,:I.+reven'exw'
It shown this year in the growing 'Two tea bridge afternoon every city would have. celebration and barbecue held onlast .* cellent feed for chicken, hog'and ;( .
t .. .t,forage'crops and grasses Is such across the Kissimmee river'near Basenger I game at home every other week. Next *- .Monday a.jrreat success. ,* ELECTRIC FANS: cattle. Ar,nice>bunch of millet come \ '
big of were presented to the meetingof thanks pletes the exhibit, .of which Mr. Nelson / 't
:: "'t.' 1a future years' crop Thurs ayaftemoen will fiEspecial are extended
) -::,. Yfl\ :maybe.expected.. week.the On. .peetitt Mimiioner asked *' this I play here and Del WinnPark. 'to .',to th.-.Kissimmee;Band for':ita,4 :COUNTY COURT ROOMWhen Is justly proud.All'of, these w..J I'-.. ,
'' '' a- > v *music and drum grown absolutely. without fertiliser.' ,
M't' the two
; r'yerhave encouraged the : :; .
do pitching. corp, '
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bridge be built roia near'-nd Of > .:.. .. 0' ( - 1"1 *j ,'j
tinders be from St. : .-
and'.they; 'expectedin Cloud y' : ; : <
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the road now graded to a point opposite ':>rVffJiPTOiyMEOT8lAPE* ., "..Th.rbard'realug'tbat.wth.out ..*j : SCHooL'noARD.UfiIf.; : ; {:; l
":i ;to"yIJnt larger qnanUtles'next ea- 'W/ S. Pearce's,residence.The .". ,: .' ( : ., .the county,court be."lta REGULAR MONTHLYsMEETiNa" \ + .k;

_ .'>-.on.' The experiment has proven that other asked that the ero.llingfor the :' county"commisstonen ..the city the hearty the cooperation event would which not..::.*.' Monday. for the'July ....:.:...:.:.... .'" u.... ., .,.
these-:crop' *.can, begrqwnproflteblyand gave tern "vita .Jud..e"T.,1M.1IarpJaT'! county'
sty Mr.William' ; '
when the board
proposed OB Monday : met I.
-The icbool'board'
bridrc" _
have been the success that it w..t> on ,
the mist..havp-.alt' beenfronted. $hw.'.Ukely.'' ,three .
5 peu land ingbe ..Both ,were at. assa.ta'equalization body two .' new for ..... "

,, .\. : *. TV'Mrl filed.. non Information"' ;". 'for>.....:the'f timebeJ -.. .. "-\ appointments':.were ''mad before theEtax''affairs'wen. .,one'to:For-that feel reason that be we had want a hand eYtIr7j.. In electric ceiling fan court will toot;the' .' atmosphere . sion.Tuesday" Nothing.its abut n&'ul.u.moDthly.routine: 'matter .t. ;
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I .J.;H.'HarCe U and"",4rLBfrcy ._ ,. co., ;t . J taken up. 'MarionCarsou.was .the success of the day "* ; room. were considered.: All member of the .,' 5
ordered Installed
:S .. .. ; appointed IL C. STANFORD..1'na.', '. TheW fan were board and Superintendent YoweUpresent. <, -
4. I HarUeUof'Clnclnnatl.arrivd.UstSaturday; ; "I > and ) 1"KW.r anMw. Johnstonwasaai'.d :
; for the < and Joe ... by the county commJuJonen..tth. "" .
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who:aro'opperatln. .. .. ills: pasr.,11i'' went atmbag-those"who .u' ,<<. of |ft a day fbr each day actually employed : :. ecommesdaUoa.f'J..L.; O... .tnet.Cuattl ,joha McPhatwl' .... a.vlaItortoII1plytzaN ;:
... >> celebration here_ Monday, for,the.county, At, : i. ..i.ii..i. ii ....t ,clerk*. "",i.":; -'"" ....d.HN.:.a fr 9 :'
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: The Kissimmee ,\ 'Valley Gazette: .. neighbors .''they accumulated Vast to his ''natlvs states ,I... in the county ;' ,
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( 'SaJd stores of. "sure-cures, and the more which bean his name.; ;
OJl'rtCJII I '. ., disagreeable their concoction. .of muspepper Once In a veneration., or.*" : ;
rDBUBRKDBVERT; KnifoAY. IN VALLKT OALITT7l.1JILDIN4r' AAboutKissimmee tard and and .and- one
turpentine truly rises above
great the
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smelled and tasted'' the more :certainwas ward Such a. ,one :was. ; : J:
x .' their efficacy in the minds. of their, Broward.' '
' E. ,E. NAUGLE Editor and Manager. Over in KUsimmee they ''eever'do much-suffering patients.' It seems that he' left us at the > r

things by halves, tea, but they, will Is the practice, of medicine 4'more beginning of his .broader usefulness

i UBJBC1UPTION RATES One cop". ono year-..._-_ .......... have* blowout there tomorrow, wish exact science. than it was fifty yeah. .. but in the years which are beforeu.
4 On copy, .1&! month...-..... Oir. ,COpy, thr. month-.__.___ ,.yaA we could be over there there' something ago? it may be that his beloved '
1 doing: in that wideawake town With disparagement to the grand will proclaim that, before his passing e'1''

!: r All communications except from our authorised correspondent. must b. all the tlm -.-Dade City Star old men 'who rode their endless rounds, he did for 1'I rld...the_most that. & ,
Ilgn.d b1 tb writer.i who carried the suffering of their patients could do' i'lIi.'Wa."the'\*,. ,,_u?, _-
_+ ti( R.J e cted matter. will not b. returned un1.. called for. Two men ;went from Klsslm- very close to their hearts, who larger vision that )
i -- --- -- mee to fight for France have been brought cheer and comfort into hun the'-possibilities of this' great bod : 1 :
Postoffle In Kleelmmee. Florida a. .eoond-clu. natter.)
Entered at the )
( wounded the "trenches"
in the
says dreds of homes and who took their of fertile land; his the brain that;; plan '
.' dispatches. Really, that sounds seri long-delayed pay in potatoes and bacon ned Us reclamation;' his the \ >

FRIDAY. . JULY. 9, 191S ous.-Live Oak Democrat. or never collected it at all, medicine and the, courage that' put the. ,
-- ------ ---- -- -- into action.
-- -
: and surgery have made wonderful
' farmer The Northern and Western Klssimmee did herself proud yesterday And now when there is faltering
(I.JoJUA.I.IOS: A Mt ( ( 1S; strides. The old-time doctor had
Klsslmmee's big Fourth of July stales are raining about all that maybe Just as we knew she woulddo. to be surgeon and physician and den it may be abandonmentof some of
celebration and barbecue was a great exported of them "The South is You can always bank on those tist and occasionally had to prescribefor details of this great plan perhaps,
-t1 success the only section of the United Klnslniiiiee' people doing the right the cow. His time was too full of of effective action apparently let I
thing in the way of hospitality sound of a Voice that is stH:,00" '
4 A crowd of visitors variously es- dales nays the department, "where his never ending daily work to keep gi ,
r, llniatpcl ut Iroin :.iiliin to [ruoo< ) Httcnclert \ cattle can mill be ruined, fed and Sanford Herald. track of the surgical development of
and. -v 'Moii..<' of Ihi'in went away ( Bold lit a prollt from 6 IP 6 cents per Kill immee has-+found- that FortMeade's his profession excepting through the -- v

with nothing but good things to say pound." Needle-HB to repeat why this live alligator sewer crawler journals that he was too busy to read. -
1 'i i about I HlHHlmnicM'.. l in BO really works and is using alligator in lie had no opportunity to become a

The event wax n good udvortlnc, The averageprice for beef on the its sewer work also. Capt. B. R. King, specialist.The. .
."". men) II allow ell nix what we* ran do hoof on January 1 last In Alabama Supt. of waterworks, should be given difference between the old time
when VM put our lianclH I to the wheel I and MlsKiHHippi waR only 4 cents a credit for using. his brain to such good and modern practice is the develop-
and wink toward a dcllnilo.. end Now pound, und/ that was about! as high effect, he having not only saved our ment of the specialist and the growing iii2tIYr : -
"r '{4 let us lake up Home other project UH In any other I k-lnfented stale town much expense in the work of importance of preventive medicine
rl' In Connecticut ll H.4 cents. In 1 The idea of these days is that the ;
and work with theHHIIIC* :zeal and wax newer cleaning, but has given a working pre- >*. -
co-opcrallon \\'e can not fall If we. the western Mates attic on the hoof idea to other towns.-Ft. Meade vention of disease is quite as import
brought three times as much as In Leader. ant as its cure.
but onco give to uny proposition the
,v- the nunlie! 'rn IIlah'H.'hy Because The education of the people to the ,.. F
united effort! of a people of one mind I of fa-
S To .show what others think of UH of the tick Not because there was W. T. Makinson Kissimmee, accompanied value of cleanliness, of proper sanitation t
s? we need but read the following Je-HH demand for good/: beef no matter by J. M. Taylor, of Bar- is the keystone of prevention.
tow motored to town handing Whereas, medicine used to be classed
from our good( friend, "lIob" (Molly what section) It came from for the Saturday, -
among mysteries and Its operative effects -
out large and
d editor of the Sanford Herald who country IH hungry for beef Even postern tackingsame
in conspicuous places, announc- a secret that the public had no
} here In Florida the stale which
wrote about UH thusly: ing that Kissimmee will celebrate in right to know, the theories of the
KiHHlmniee ban attain demonMrHt- mines HO much cattle, such as It IH,
Fourth of July fashion on Monday causes and spread of disease and the
the for Western beef'lhIn .
ed her ability to entertain her guests wax
July 5. A big barbecue will be one 01the operation of remedies are now put
Pr r % even If the number runs up In the was not prejudice on the partof lriPA"
p. features The affair will be under into language stripped of technicalities rnn ,
<\\j thousands and yesterday the Itiauttful the Southern housekeepers In favor the auspices of the Kissimmee Boardof so that the man of ordinary intelligence -
city on Lake 'I olio 'kalian was of meat produced In the West but
r, .y pi Trade and promises to be worthwhile may understand.The .
in gala alllre and ready for the oc'- I''heiiiiixe the Western" beef had a flavor ,
Kissimmee invites everybodyon day of the doctor of the specialist -
,r f caslon early In the mornliiK and sped and JulclBesH ImpoHulble to give tolittle
; q the fifth.-Fort Meade Leader. has come in a new and larger COME TO ST. PETERSBURGAnd
( worried all their lives by the
a Fa ), the laxt departing guests< late ut 0I -- sense than ever before. His work,
constant Hu'klnof their life blood
night. Kvery man. woman and child /
b' with the co-operation of the sanitarianand
ro r,' In KlHRlinmec hud, constituted. thini-' by the puranlte of the people themselves is bringing Bring Your Family. If You Want the BEST +
a ;. selves a committee to look after the In Florida the average!,: price paid I State Press CommentA I lower sick and death rates, higher .> SAFEST and CHEAPEST VACATION '
\ BtrangerH who were KlraiiKcrn when for a beef animal IH $1 g. In Northern standards of living cleaner
7 .:'l, they arrived al KHSIIIIII| | but were and Western elates It IH from surroundings and better personal hy- You Ever Had. Between Bay and Gulf. '

4 ;i only HtranKerH for n few ininiiicn *f,4 to *56 a head In Oklahoma It giene. More than this, the importanceof St. Petersburg is the coolest spot on the Florida coast. Here
and were soon feeling right at home was about the Hume that It was In Jacksonville firm advertises a cut the doctor, his necessity to the community -
among the big hearted people of OH Florida but Oklahoma energeticallyand In ladies bathing suits They have al- are being recognized as never you can enjoy every pleasure known to the water; you can live SIC.

i t// ceola's capitalThere Intelligently: went to work to .x- readly cut them until all you can see before. The remedies left over from close to Nature, while enjoying every modem convenience ; you can

were not ninny from Sanford l"rrlllllal.'IIHJ lick and now I the priceIn is a small ring of flannel around then..k" the time when Pa was sick two years have good accommodations at cottages, apartments and hotels, at 4''

+v as. line rule wa too high to null that state has risen to $42 a head of the fair dames.-MacClenny ago, are not kept to be administeredwhen reasonable rates; and you can be assured that your health is safeguarded -
,,1 them, and many of I those who Intend and will be higher when the whole Standard he or some other member of the t,
by sanitary -St. Petersburg is famed the
: h j .-d to RO: backed. 0111 I upon finding stale IH cleaned! up -+- family shall have "another attack" every pretaution-
that the A. C. I. hail made, no rate In Florida] the average we'ght of "The OkeechoiHHCall" is the nameof I country over for its shining cleanliness.

4a und the round" trip HP.i..ial. l rate lac'keel beef tattle; ] IK ::1 HO pounds, in some 1 newspaper a new just St. I.ucie established county at weekly Okecchobee .:-:-: :.. :-:->o--->o: St. Petersburg is the focal point for a score of delightful v
1'I, : only'a few cents of being, the straight other Southern stales where tin tick + ,
M1 and making its first appearance excnrsions by automobile, train, boat and trolley. ADd'J8U
r fare This niggardly! I INpoKftton( on IH being: eradicated' I the averuM' .:- LET TS (.001/: / a'' tjflitm
on Thursday of this week, with AUTO MOBILE mile of
ry the pail of the, rallio.ul lost thim weight has risen i hum 4711 to rf.ft<> (George; T. Rice us editor The :' _-- _-_ & certainly: over our magnificent

many passengers from (his city an"d'monHlrlll"H pounds In states outHlde the tin k KIX, .column o'lI'hl-pale( in size paperis and By James Milon Carson city streets and boulevards a .
-; how eanlly a railroad Inlc Hied. legions this average ranges the first issue is filled. with cuts and : o Write for our summer folder, ask your ticket agent! about speciallow ;::'
.. .. .. .
can be penny wine and pound fool- up in neneiul of them to nearly a reading matter !boosting that : : : :- :- : : : :- '..
n great cold shoulder and ,
1 expensive pleasures
rates, turn a to come to
lull The lain well filled thousand pounds u head and In only \
; xuocjal ( WUH section of St. 1.ucie county. Jacksonville I "
In Evergreen cemetery, at -
of these states in It less than St. Petersburg, where will find real summer enjoyment with no ;
before r..adllnlKIII"I'"I1"/: '" fiom the one The I viper will, be devoted exrx-cially Napoleon Broward sleeps) He you
t. towns further clown the line UH the twice the weight. of Florida cattle to the /boosting of the Okeechobee section was FlorIda's/ greatest son; his life ill after pains to purse or person. .. i
r '_ fare was not enough; to bankrupt Why" again'' UHCUUHC of the tick and St. I.ucie county in general, her tenderest I 1
; them and everybody wrnt Th"I city All time country wants more beef and starts off with the prospects of now I am writing now an open window I I Th TV.., f."i=: BOARD OF TRADE ad Tk I*ti"Malmmivm:; :

ti '... \I of Klsslmmee probably never had c heaper beef, but it does not want a brilliant future :Mr Hire Is an experienced on a hammock island in the Everglades I B.,,,,mt 1'1._ J 0 PETERSBURG FLORIDA Recr.i. fitr '
;, ,I. ; a. larger crowd und they were enter string, diy meal That Florida. can newspaper man and will the empire which he added I f '. 1 q:
',i ", tanned by events of all kinds There produce the bent of lx><.f IH abundantly prove u factor in the development ofOkeecliobcio _'_-TV:*
31 }, were gun club meutiiiKH. tennis tournaments proved by the stockyards here at town and country.-St1ucie r -- :"'- ..... "

i 'It' races, golf tournaments Jacksonville, where Florida cattle. Tribune I .
1.if\ greasy pig and pole ,contents dipped then well feel In the yard r. v Some of the
for before slaughter papers are trying
", speeches athletic contents and all a season up ;
1 '.' to goad the Jacksonville dailies ;
old time amusements that go to Into meal thai IH not to be excelledby into .
? f-" ,I make up the real celebration of our any brought from any other slate, comment upon the wrecking of the .
J natal day. and such cattle put on weight with Florida Life I Insurance company and
; the Commercial Bank. Nothing doing A TRULY CO-OPERATIVE BODYj
''4 The one big time of course, was surprising rapidity once they are rid '! Those Jacksonville dailies are ina {

n the barbecue and here the multitude of the tick. Thin young cattle havebeen Has by themselves, and they can find

+a t was served at long tables well laden bought In Florida, dipped twice ample material to fill their editorial
+ with barbecued, meat, pork and mutton fed on Western tic-free pastures and without the
criticising crooks
iitis ''1 and everyone' had all they have doubled in value in a few in pages their immediate neighborhood. Xl

,ty+ 4n' '' wanted' to eat and plenty of ice water month Daytona Journal.William "Co-operate," according to the Standard: Dictionary, is "To operate together: .or jointlyfor
!''fl .s'' to drink. The Kissimmee Elks To produce 340 pounds' welghtthe i iThere
average Florida beef animal eats as Randolph Hearst, premier .a common object of to a common end or result. . Iso ,
viisting much feed as would bring Us welg' yellow journalist of the world, modest "A' ': J

t y ftcc ,w only :Elks know how to entertain. to about double that figure were U ly admits that he 1 II responsible for can be no Teal co-operation wherein the motives or interests,impelling any'bf.thipparties : ,\! , (:.t, ,

a .The 'country' club was also open to in a tick-free state. The rest of the the tence.commotion And when of Leo Frank's sen- to the endeavor are different from those which move or control the other''*park/, lt'; ?JI
visitors." In fact every house In feed that should produce the extra the European war is I
Klaslfnmeo seemed to be open and amount of flesh and blood goes to over this same little Willie will "admit" ties to it. -i
, N the visitors returned home with the nourish the ticks which the wreched: 1 that he is responsible for that .<

thought that when Klsslmmee gives animal carries around with It. The also. Willie is a pillar of modesty anda The Florida Citrus Exchange is a truly co-operative organization in that it is exclusively )
another entertainment they will all owner of that animal pays for the monument of hot air and buncombe. '
r +1+ rf v be there. The heavy downpour of privilege of allowing the poor beast Key West Journal. composed of and operated by growers of citrus fruits who aim to secure for

!xi rain Interfered with some of the 'I to be harrassed by the ticks as long ....OOOOOOOOOttoo OOOOO.. themselves fair returns on their labor by producing good fruit, picking and packingit
It lives the It would
events and amusements later in the as just sum 0 0
A day but did not dampen the spirits bring at the increased weight and Modern Medical Practises 0 with rare, sending only to markets that are in position to use the supply offered
with the better price that would be 0
of the excursionists and those who 0
'.n . were at Kissimmee are of the opinion paid for It did it give promise of ..OO.O O OOtO .O.OO.OOOOO. ana telling]] the consuming public by means of newspaper, magazine and other formsof

i ; h't' that the city and her people are producing lender well-flavored meat Throw physic to the I advertising about the merits of this fmit.
;I 'i.1 ... among the best in the land. All the country Is eager': for more In other words, avoid the doctor ex-

cheaper beef And the South could cepting in case of extreme Every grower who is a member of the Exchange is on a par with every other member.
; PRODUCE MOItlC;; 1IKKFAn ; produce It If It would. and emergencv
i editorial which means much to CITY COUNCIL ACTIVEThe the judge let of every what man constitutes, and woman an ,em be Three or more growers in any. community may form a local association and the members .1

us here In the heart of the cattle action of the city council at its ergency. thereof elect its officers and determine its policies They choose one of their nt1mbel'
raising section of Florida Is the following session of That was a kind of motto who observance -
p taken from the Florida Metropolis a special Wednesday meeting for night tonight in calling to- in the past has brought pre- to represent them in the Rub-Exchange, composed of three or more such local asso-

,, of Jacksonville: decide definitely upon city Improvements mature obsequies in many a saddened ciations, usually all located in the same county. These directors of the Sub-Ex .
I n That It Is a matter of Importanceto and a proposed bopd issue to family, in the times when doctors were i
the whole country', to all the Inhabitants care for them indicates that the city fewer in proportion to the total papu- change elect a grower, who is a member of one of the ]local associations, to represent the

i babes and thereof the vegetarians except ? that suckling ttte thing.fathers are determined to do some- lation not so than well now equipped, and when for the they battle were interests of these associations on the board of directors of the Florida Citrus Ex .

.cattle: ticks of the South shall be to- Enthusiasm marked the discussion against disease and death.In change. This board meets monthly or oftener at the general offices in Tampa. All
) tally eradicated is a statement that of the proposition and there seemed the good old times our grand- 1
h; ,}1 will surprise many who are either almost {if not absolute unanimity of mothers were fairly good doctors the business of the organization is conducted on lines laid down by this board and under -

'). I Indifferent or hostile to the efforts thought This fact can be set down themselves; probably they were better its :
,,4Li, being made to clean the section oft -there is not a single member of the equipped than we in these days supervision.No ,
r with first
f C': this Many pest have the mistaken Idea that is body the who time does to act.not believe that now their aid remedies the But treatmentof they applied member of the Florida-pitrus Exchange has any possibility of profit through the .f.S j

r'' "i; the efforts carried on by the federal The council in taking a step in the first injuries stages,and and disease too often far with beyond serious the I organization except from the sale of his fruit. All moneys secured by the Exchange : i
:: agricultural department since 1906 right direction and at the meeting to-
i ", I are a mere matter of paternalism. night the members should come out results.There must have been are accounted for to the individual growers, and remitted, less previously agreed 4 i
K a large ele-
I 11 w The tact that It would be of Immense They flat-footed should upon set some forth definite the items plan.of ment of faith helping these dear old i. upon deductions for selling and advertisingexpcnae. Neither the State organization nor i
r advantage to every raiser of cattle ladies in their amateur practice. From I..
: 'r In the South If Texas fever and the improvement which they think need- their individual experiences from the the Bub-Exchange can own property other than necessary to the conduct of its business. ,

vl I d fa tick which has carries been it so should long and be persistently exterminated -- ed.the cost They of should the improvements{get>> an estimate proposed. of- inheritances of the past aml from the :, The packing houses and machinery are paid for and belong to the local associations y,

I a. dwelt upon that the patriotic With these things done they will and are the joint property of the members who built and equipped them.
_ I '! r +r side of the question has been over- then be ready to decide upon the bond- airs Old Sores Otter Its.MUSS ...ifCm.TtMworat .
ing .
am looked. Yet let us see If every true question.Public sentiment seems at presentto are eared_by Me IL.oo womdmfal.matter of how old loar mliabl.tan American should not be desirous to
favor improvements and to favor Porter'. AntlKptle H..llo( OH.I It retimes
Etta , the point of anxiety for the eradication bonding as the proper way to got 'Pal. and H.... .t uft -. Inc,Soo. j1A1Ir (: by growers, operated in the interests of growers. The fruit of its members goes )

,l of'the tick. them. We believe that two-thirds of to market under such conditions as to prevent that of one (grower: competing with the y
The high price of meat, steadily the
property owners of Kissimmee t
'4 1 r mounting, is something that affects! right now before the plan has been crop of another. Without such an organized(: and co-operative handling as the Exchange

;; very consumer of that article of diet definitely fixed are in favor of bond- the fruit of i k
1 .'-t. '," In'the country. For some years the ing as the best and cheapest: way of gives,, every grower competes in the market with that of every other. *

,j" 1 -, ,\' ; umber" of meat animals in the Unlt- getting the improvements needed. The Exchange already has accomplished much for the citrus industry(oTvFlorida) ;; with 4, t
r ;" : ff ed, States was steadily diminishing If the
: councilmen will at this
'..+n ,1 zf<,\. {:' ,. :?" In the last year or two thanks to the proposition with a determination go to its rapidly increasing membership it has even greater and more important work to 'do.. t

it ; "" ...';; ," .t,:. ">:; >.efforts of the United States department accomplish results their efforts are. If you want to get prices that will make your grove' profitable the F..xchange'ffer
: tit"" ,:,( e of agriculture mainly, the number sure to meet with success. .
W't tj;, 1., .. '.,?, 'baa:been slowly Increasing, but Now is the opportunity and if the you the means of doing so. Get in tou,b. with the local association, if there is one in
... "' .: '.not'narly\ so rapidly. the number council will act, each member will f
..L" if there is
community none write the .If
: t Ii: '-, ',p ter' '.added.yearly. to the population byamlgrat1oa' live to hear the words of praise in the "your ; general offices of the Florida Citrus. .> .
.. j'."'. t. ,""I.J and births. The con- years to come for his progressive ef. change at Tampa. ;'{ "

y .. 4/-cIOeDoe'ItIthat'the" proportion per forts to build bigger, better and ". (..::- ,
?"t : ,'capJt&,of, meat;ory', the hoof to theconsumers grander Kissimmee. -
: ?: { to less.i : '" .
!'j' ,1'1'0 ,, Several women prominent In official .
"'; l-: ._ ..The,great ranges bl the' West \ .
t; '::, ::, : < on circle in,Washington 0.have
< \ r'4! ,>: 'C:which.. was- raised the/,meat of the ; or-
.n ranlxed a patriotic organization to be
1 Dc; ">.me''': < ,
.11 .,v;..d V t : 1 '\ ,f' ..s levy. much, cheaper' .America the object of which U to yreaerv. asa .'..,

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I(1 ;:: This Page Belongs, Women Readers. . : i j:". \:"',

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eMBBmBiB *iB BBs Ha sBiB esOman's fict WnllsTIbe onV scout is returning oNHNNaNN Hew toilet the TsVle. v ,
: : kick Many' aa taexperleaead ...... is !
to It out
'fjf TI rrtll. OF WOMEN; troubled about the' natter ef setting
; World For Children their positions :
Care of the, Places mnineot -New, York: :women the table. One-slmpU rule ts to have ,
The soouta'. an the knives forks sad spoon thateach "
4. the Baby In '.tbelr'scarves subscribed ",000 to ''pro-' guest will need at, the gueafaplace.

1 From : "ALittle QIH kerchief medical" treatment"" ' for drug- ..' The forks'should' be to the left b '1

r Denmark Vlelts America." '. Summer } at the Flower ah.w,, their ,captor I .. tbe knives ,to.the right* It there Is
( must not Georgia womaabae ""en ' bouillon or: soup tbe 4'POOa'tor this '
return''' to the patented a new.kind ef a Should be at the 'nt>t' If the meal,

whistle Is begins 'with grapefruit Ot.other fruit, '

., ... sent! who is i. hospital la New York: ,, tbe spoon for. this may, be ..thor._
Artificial F.edingfPr.pared ?I Held the "' baa a female ambulance the plate or'at the.right of,tbe plate.:

( by-the children's bureau:? Unit If the de s.rtte'to; be Ice, cream a r'
white mark
; ed States department-of Ubor.] posts and on : telephone operators In' fork: and spoon should,be, at tlae ,flop l' _

i When baby'Is deprived of' breast ture more by ..... pall CSJSO a week of the place forming a aort'of ;roof' ,

milk altogether and entlrelj'from cover. &, their training period and I effect connecting: the forks to ttae'.n,:

a bottle this'method la called artificialfeeding. Aa a ... trained and the knives to the right.' The nap 'f

r lT .. may "hold" .. Mabel Guppy an English. kins should be tol tMI'aLIDpl7,and laid'

r + U be Is partly; nursed and-partly'fed to capture the who has been teaching Eng either on the plate or to the right of. ?
It ever the .knives. ;The'glasses for '
from the bottle this method la known i-w&- shortest la a Japanese school has re* J. ,f' I
4 .. mixed feeding. In both of these leader only la her position to become a water and other beverages should.beplaced r"'
at the right above the ..kalveevIf
t' methods the preparation 01-the bottles:, oat of the nun
a bread and batter plate Is mad It i
'} 6 and the amount and kind of food to trol U that an the girls la Lewis. '
v4 should balance the glasses on the left
use are question of' Tnt Importance) time. In this have Joined the Antl-CHga- fa the .', b
,,, x The forks should be placed order
1 r to the baby. Many thousands of bottle are caught do league formed hi that town '
'e & la which they will be ,. ...'WStia. +
tr t fed babies die every year because) part in the now none of the,members the ant needed on the extreme left. -'
they do not hare breast milk or because walk the streets with any '
of some mistake In feeding orbecause --- who smokes cigarettes. The National Conference of Chart-,, k,

they cannot adapt themselvesto ties and' Corrections U presided everby ?
woman as president.Sixtyfive .- I
a strange food.
Children cent of the women ..--' a
I : per ,
Artificial feeding Is not only hard on babbles into pound of rood bread Is as nu- employed .Philadelphia department l

the baby, but Impoeea no slight task them sail into two and one-half pound of stores are over twenty-one years.-o!
4 upon the mother. To bring up a baby interesting age ,

'' on the bottle without mishap requires soap bubbles. _ ___ .. ,_
r., unremitting dally attention to a' multi of felt or -- - <*#l

,f,(, The first words Helene Berg said tude of petty details which can only table the --i--- 6''
be neglected at the risk of making the '
when she was asked about tbe reasons and will not
for her coming to this country were: baby sick. little'practice '
I TJtt Favorite Store of Kusimmee f
The milk must hare
+ "I am really here on account of the special care to each other,
.and I from the moment It la delivered at tbe tached to a pl
war, hope America will not get ,
house until It Is fed to the baby. In the air ,
Into It too. It will only make It harder -
) The utensils used In the preparation : b of bubbles Is
for all the other neutral nations If
't She does. You cannot help those who of the feedings and the bottles and be made to "

7 are already dead. You would only add nipples must be kept scrupulously I Ieln. s a piece of FURNITUREWE ? R1 i4

your dead to ours In Europe. We llt- The strength and quantity of de position, blow Y
tbe food must be increased decreased {
or end ,
p tle peoples' turn our eyes over here to upper
In accordance with the baby's varying bounce down
this big country and are glad that one _
"' needs as Indicated by his age, his end, thence roo ."
nation Is at peaceNo one here knows
What war Is. Europe Is a madhouse. weight the condition of his bowels floor. There .

j There will he nn untold value In having and other things. All this necessarily: that may be HAVE IT ,(
makes such demands on the time and some
one nation out of war when peace
declared.." strength of a mother that she will not ers require a ..
Photo by American Prep A.. latlon. ,I
undertake this burden If breast milk
Helene I Is drat Try
Berg an academician, a _
graduate of the University of Copenhagen can possibly be bad. E..en. little Not long ago there was held at one suggested )()\"

social worker, lecturer and of the big New York hotels a flower' Is attainted In la connection: with our Hardware line we carry a complete F'
leader In the effort to (better the condition how that was attended by many society be ready to try of
furniture. We make a specialty of entitling keme, and! .
? Y of the abnormal child. For many folks. Among tbe visitors was
.. reliable '
:years .she ban been eager, to see what I Miss Ruth Atklus, a sweet little miss, i'
+d America Is doing for Us children-Its I whose portrait Is shown herewith. Take tbe lid

y 'defectives, delinquents Illegitimates, t_ Zk'eA Ruth was greatly pleased at the beautiful ask: your father Room Furniture Dining '.. r4
its helpless and Its handicapped-and display of flowers and many of cover tbe .. ;:

;, now that there Is a lull In what she the people at the show thought Ruth I I thick dark Suits Kitchen Outfits Par; ; ,
r' can achieve In her own land because was the most charming rosebud of all cover the Inside "

I'>. of the war abe has chosen this time to the gorgeous display. As she was goIng I paper, or, If Suits Odd Chairs Rockers I .'
come here. ,. about with her mamma the camera Out pieces of ,
.:2<:>, /rXt Also:, In another sense she has reach- man came along, and be was so : into the doll Etc.

:-s a stopping place in her life work a struck with Ruth that he snapped her wish to have 41 !

[f :+/ long fight of women for,he picture then and there. If by chance I, these Into '<'

;,: "lhas been successfully tormlnat- Ruth should sea her picture In the paper scenes from a :

d ed In Denmark. In May the Danish she would be a surprised little the walls where This store b making a record far Itself in tke Matter ., + r

t diet passed a resolution conferring full ctrL to be. Ton can peps) U .tit Ia...*. Come and .... Ov acicas an "+
want to and .,'
'anffrage upon women. There remained '
iODlT; a flnarratlflcatlon of the aid but tCz Kick and Run. If you do not 4 j:"'i ,
_ _
'this was felt to be a mere formality. "ht poks This Is a boy scout cam and Is played large make it -'"-: 0
(( ,nelene Berg was also a leader In the In a clearing or open Held with a a trunk.:, :

:: .?:Mohan'. congress which undertook to regular association football or basketbalL TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS I ', '
remedy the position of tb. unmarriedmothers t One scout takes his position In ,to'A Y ;

'. of Denmark. The Danish the clearing and the rest seek cover A. man & rt. ,
:' ',law when .It la finally passed willgive -' :amraai AKi>'BAYC. M near. possible With a scoutmas. taking them bo ; N. watt r wkat'kind" .|
' -?. Inheritance the Illegitimate from its father child the and right the of I mast milk i is-far better,than none,' aa, tar acting .s umpire,, the ball is rolled smelt how was.that' . .r StaBourjr Eagiaa";:' kava exactly tlw T.... ,.. fly
use, Into the open space and the scout In '
i;. ofbb. name. a baby frequently,thrive very well on Howdoes. a .. b yew araryday wok-, Wrancka,. Haamaierm, Oilan, ate, a
aide It and
kicks rushes
.{ ' Immediately out '
It : -. : --_- .........-:, mixed feeding . out to., tag any other scout be,can boots T" By.. ; ., tie, led quality tad watVmtBtklp. and at.pikes Oat wffl.
h-Ii -.'r TAKE After', the' first I month'. the"avenge find and catch;' but directly the bell Is the tread of yea This star. las tka npvtatiM. al .laalag aaJy-. : ry)

CARE OF HAIR. tealthy bottle fed baby requires one kicked back Into the clearing he must Oh toll ua ..... tot .b ., Mnarler. quality sad yea will make a. .... I is
>1'- and one-half ounces of milk In twenty-
return and kick It out The umpire for hotels t in here NOW and ... .. !\
cellar lajpectrnf a Uf .. .
.. ': ti .. Careful Not to Tear SHip er SplitHair tour hours for every; pound of weight is s atr
, watches the ball and as soon as It I Why a .: ;
: but Stimulate by Massage. Thus a tear pound baby requires fifteen -
note? Because _ _ _
... Comes to a standstill'Inside the clear- I
\ Few take care of their ounces; of milk In twenty-four : : -
women proper tJLblO we his whistle fro indicate the soon goes.When .
'L'1; hair They believe that If they give It hours Increased by the proper amountof I'

"', a brushing M night and wash it everytwo water and sugar to suit his age. one letter can? Hardware Company

.: :< or three weeks they are doing all It Is Impossible to give complete directions -

'-. that* needed. for milk mixtures In a brief S. II. BULLOCKREAL
Under normal conditions the proper article. As far as possible tbe feeding

: "i care of the hair Is very simple. The3objects of a bottle baby should be under the Il( ?I. eA

.1. : to be kept In mind are to preserve direction of a good doctor. City mothere.may M. ''*. r
'"Yj' take their babies to the nearest ESTATE .
Its natural luster and texture -by: ....
I ) means of absolute cleanliness and tort Infant welfare station for the advice Real i .,
arta INSURANCEExamination
and help they need.
, .massage the scalp sufficiently to re- ------\\
. ,vmove any dandruff that may adhere to Country mothers who are tar from .... w",
. the doctor will need have book Realty "' --
'}.,,.:? It and thereby promote tbe active clrculatton to some of Titles a ( .;..
...., of the blood. All this must giving directions for the feeding of the Houses 'J\\
, l- .be done without Injury to the scalp or baby. There are several good books Specialty. Taxes paid
of this kind which be bought
f.- may for
the hair by pulling, scratching or tear- I e
The children's bureau of tbe depart-
Ing. Cutting the hair frequently has Fire Life I
; : ment of labor at Washington will send Corr.. PDdence Solicited. I
.* ,a tendency, especially In youth, to surance. I HtRrlC A tr ...-
, free to all Who ask for It. little .
& thicken the Individual hairs and promote
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pamphlet called "Infant Care which Indemnity
;: their growth. Neither this nor 'gives some simple rules for feeding.Waif Even a Single Dollar Will Buy : "

t slay other known process, however I

t\\' '"\:-tends to Increase the actual number of -Sealing .For-8oeuts.Tbe SELECT HOMES, CHOICE FARMS, A Fine Assortment Plants .
" : 'f faatr All claims to the contrary are exciting and trying sport of wall {
I W/" ? the 'pretensions of charlatans. scaling is being taken up by: many of VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE. realise the great purchasing power of one dollar when ai? fled ., '

i ; Professional hairdressers do not ad- the more aggressive troops of bey Palm Nurseries trees plants and shrubs for the beautifying ; ,'
j' "''p rotate shampooing the hair oftener scouts. Wall scaling looks daring, appeals MR& MARY M. SUMMERS. ; c. w. ( ii home grounds It is marvelous and cumulative. ) '

y A-XW an once a month. A thorough to the eye and gives opportunity 60S Penfield St.One get full value for that dollar-or as many more as :you care s ''

i i 4:brushing once or twice a week Is re-- for snappy contests.: Teamwork counts Staple -by sending to us for a collection of ornamental trees and
'larded by them as sufficient for clean- and rumbles > block west of Clyde avenue. k\
are glaring. Altogether, suitable for >> needs. And it will be permanent value. : x
t r, "djlnees. and as much more beneficial to to the troop which baa or can make (Clyde, the second avenue. .. west of We have No Agent In the Field

' t ,4 '..the hair and _Ip.rt the necessary; equipment Wall scaling court house leading sooth.) i (j jj .
'1;'...iMucb. contradictory advice has been Is well worth the effort There are ; Order Our Fine Trees Direct '

C I 'glTen on the subject of brushing the few exercises: so thrilling with so lit rasa ear .__ an healthy. ,sturdy and tree to __. O""It c. ....... .{
. ,' hair, some persons saying that stiff tie of the element of danger of mis I Free ol ell k.iaII... sit..w.1.reseesW pleats.. We ate becked by thirty A? 4

, _; ,'brushes should be used and too scalp hap. Many troops are practicing wall WII....N You Need OesMral Toaie ,! of svserisaoe, Oex trass. shrubs...plaals aMgivwa right aa4 wfll givsaattataeties). ,, I
"1 and hair brushed by means of them scaing at this time with a view to Take drore/a I I SjjQO or Sff.00 09 what yea will Tell aa your needs and aeaq sketch of year
t .ea' with good deal of vigor, others recommending putting T>n exhibitions at various public We wiII..t a a.lsatioe. that wgl IIIeaae you. ,We have ao agents fllustrated 1
The Old Standard Grove's' Tasteless '
' free,also -Acts About. 8uawr PUatamg. ,. ,,' 1? '
1 say!,:;; : soft brushes and a very gatherings, encampments and the chill Tale ia equally valuable aa a Oneee"
k;: moderate amount of friction. These like this summer. General Xonlc because ftfitsl the'I' Reasoner Bros., 216 Bcnexlict. .Arenoc, Florida.. : ?h' f

, x differences are probably due to dlfferent .. well known tonic properties of QUINTNBsndlRpH. invigorating to y":'u 't 7 i*- sped
&. ? :Views of the objects to be attainedby Qlrlle's Troubles.My It acts oa the Liver, Drivesout TN Old etesd.rd .
i Malaria- Burichea the Blood and 0.0"1$ $
brushing. One object Is to promote name U little Libertine Melerie rarlcW.
BoUda the W iote 90 : ; ::
G. ;the health of the scalp and hence to But mother ealk me Tommy up System. cents. | A lay.tomie.

: i'tt .''.,siTe or-thls, strength purpose and brushes vigor to with the bard hair Because My band:my are clothes always are gummy.she never clean. AT U R E'S So IL B UILP E R : '

.L stiff bristles may be used with eonsld- stops me recta: through ,tIM !rouse. ':' .

'" ;se .vigor provided the skin is.not .Declares She ear she'll I make dress e f me.,ekett"to a. Blouse $8050',to 4 '.f: Ground limestonemakes, 'aeJd'aoils i :: -I :e I
; is to smooth : :, '
releases ,
,. js:'(. '*/The other object .And put en pants and ; \' potash" salts and imparts -
pt4:-*" 'and free It from dust For "fence and, .. , ROTN'EXPOSITION' DIVERSE) ROUTE- : and vigor to growing crops and trees. '; ;
;thtd *rPoee brushes may be sort:;-andtnsed'with Because t climb no trees' ,' ;, ; limesto'ne i ground unusually fine' BLQWEBSCIRbVND .
Make mud pies la the gutter r : ; ;
i'.r'r! : a.very. moderate pressure. Fotet" to say Thank you" and "Toss" ..r:.tlcketa' rMrvaUons, descriptive "'mizes with the soil.Contains: no im,
. Care)should, be *keD;,on.' .the. one ; Whea I weal tread and. wu.Ji'.,.. .: :J." ,,:' fuR Inf.rmatl.n', wlrw or. --can be applied at any time-is' ii i ,
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p ..PACE41; : :: .. a' .- ',ji THE KISSIMMEE, ,'VALLEY' 'GAZETTE: ,ERIDAYJULY'S" 115 ''' ,''

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1L : ,, .[ +cs.Il.lleass.eI I ( 10101'. : with 80 and'St. Cloud third with 67.' : I!

; CROWD ESTIMATED Splendid music was furnished IMPROVEMENTS RAILROAD MEN Will.(
\ throughout the day by'the Kissimmee

: .$, :Society Notes $ \ S J AT '3000 TO :5000 Cloud a good..also The. aided humor two'drum. in.with keeping corps.their the.t.-omoBt.''martial crowds.. "SS-. IN'. 'CITYjFAVORED I -. COME' .HERE- TO- FISH r\:

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,... (Matti. Belle Harris, Editor.) All in all the day was.,one grand :. BIG PARTY OF TRAFFIC 'OFFI- _": "
: ator C. A. Carson, of this city, and success and late in the evening the fordamagesin- the sum' ''''of' $50 for In. CIALH PLAN ;TRIP THROUGH \ '.. :
_ Governor Park Tramtnell. visitors left for ,home saying,good juries received in a.fall on.the side': 'LAKJ<;S AND KIHSIMMKIfl nIVE'TI"' ,
Request U made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette t. tend Items Gov. Trammell was on his way from things about Kissimmee.:' r 7. : wklk Broadway between Darling ON' OUTINO- OMK OF' TJlEl\iP''

I Orlando to Bradentown to speak at The prizes awarded in the Gun-Club LIGHT TACKLE! ,.'"'
'ol. society events to the Editor for publication in thee columns that place and stopped over here for shoot ware as follows:' ton 6th..avenue. and- Emmett. street on. ,May; RECORDS, :,

the day. H. C. Stanford, president of I Class A-First, f 2.60 in trade. Cole .On motion of Councilman? Thomasthe

" _ . & & & && . & . _. .. the Kissimmee board of trade. in Introducing Jewelry Co.; second ten pound ham A big party of railroad men will
'V'O. . _ _ _ .rrvT'ennrm p T' T' matter was referred to 'the city;
him said: "It was a fortu- R. S. Floyd; third, ten tickets to the attorney for his opinion thereon. soon visit Kissimmee to begin a fish 'J)'
!:4 MISS WILDKIl ENTERTAINS 1 silk American flag tied on the handle, nate accident that the governor was in i Dixie theater.' The bills of the May Lumber com. ing trip through t"he lakes and Ks-!

Miss Ethel Wilder Is entertain'ng<<; placed on a reflector the on doilies.a crochet centerpiece the city and consented. to give a short : Class B-First, watch valued at pany for 39.89 and the Osceola Hard simmee river. Speaking of the.trip,',

this afternoon with a "Vacation matching Upstanding talk." .j $2.60, Osceola Hardware Co.; second, wars company for $39.48 against the the Florida Times-Unionsays: S ,'
:: Miss flags were in the cream. Mr. Trammell, in his opening remarks -: year's subscription to Valley Gazette built the A of well known railroadmen
I party in honor of her !guest, Trip"I I The players returned to the card tables I IA' ; Progressive Club, which pavilion party
said: "I came here today to third, one paid men's slippers Smith of 'Whom members of ,.
ell, of Marion, Illinois..MOTHERS' for several and after adding on the city dock were presented most are
. games old friends and with the hope of Shoe Co.Clasa to the council with the understanding the Jacksonville Traffic club, will
CLUB I I the score it was found that Mr. making new ones, and am not prepared CV-First, pocket knife valuedat ,'
ANDTEACIIERS' of club in via the Sea
iI and Mrs. J. 1). Woodheck each had I that theMterest the pa- leave here tomorrow
There will be a business meeting of the highest score, Mrs. Woodbeck winning to make an address. This was $2.60. Makinson Hardware Co.; sec- vllton\ world be turned over to the board Air Line railway for Cedar t.. ,;' ij
the reference whatever he madeto ,
: h the Mothers' and Teachers' Literary the laciiea' prize, an embroidered his only for the senate nomination.I and twenty-four pound sack of flour, city. On suggestion of chairman Key, where eight 'days will be spent ,
race C. W. Griffin
y ; and Social club at the Chapter House ,I handkerchief with a crochet edge. Mr. Paying a tribute to the whole nation Dollar Limit Store.third, $1 in trade at Kribbs the matter was referred to the fishing, after which the party will .

on Friday afternoon at 4 o clock July Woodbeck. received a cigar ash holder I, city attorney to investigate and reportat fish through the Klssliiunee for seven 1''
and telling why citizen should
f. every Class D-First, box of fifty good cigars the next meeting. "'
I ICth. A full is urged as the gentleman's prize. days more.
as he proud of bin country, that "even a I Waters &: Carson Co. second \ '
business. ; Chairman Thomas of the \Inanci lies In the 1
there will be important re- | The consolation prizes being won loves his native land however The feature of this trip
savage : ten oourrd bucket of cottolene G. M.
warding the pavilions which are to be by Mrs. J. S. Cadel! a pack of cards crude the soil and chilled the air," he Taylor; third, one month's pressing committee! reportfl the city till witu fact that four of the party are en'i;'i

1 built on the school grounds. and Mr.V.. I. Gregory!! receiving!! a reviewed the first settling of this Oliver's Suitatorium. out mnnoy and Feverni hill dc-.e, in. tered as contestants In the Field '& ." 1-;
Mrs. J. T. Burrkhultcr Secy. ;| pack of firecrackers.The for eluding notes to the amount of about Stream contest for records of catches .w
country the fight liberty and dra- Frank
.. Jones breaking two
ony S1700. He also stated that if all of
1': HOOK (Mil I.M::'( r III\IMI: :" | guests spending the cvenipg!! matically retold the story of the Declaration pigeons in 25 shots, won the consolation the taxes due were paid all bills could of big-mouthed bass with light tackle. >'}
were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mr. and of Independence and the incii The men to be in the party are J \
prize, 60 cents in trade at Palace
Miss Lillian Harris entertained Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mr. and Mrs. C. be met with some balance left. J. C. :
i dent of the old bell ringer in the tow- Drug store. Mike Crown. A. C. L. Hy. ;
the small Hook Cluh Wednesday af- L. Mr. and Mrs. J. I 1) Woodbeck Chairman Thompson reported for
,. Handy I er. All of the prizes in the other events jjlanton, Jacksonville Terminal Company -
-, .,.-' ternoon. Punch and cake) wenMTV Mr. B. K. Evans, Mr. W. I. GreA"ory. the street committee that considerabletime
: I He followed with a tribute to Wash were cash prizes offered by the Fourthof ; W. D. Starke, A. C. L. Ry.;
l ,,; .d. Those present wore Miss Lucy Irene Ingram and Richard Bandy. ington and then of the present exec- July committee.The had been. spent in cleaning up Travers Warren, union station ; F. E. \ '
the for the barbecue trimming
Pierce, May WlKlilinan. nol .and! * utive said "We should view with city lumber manufacturer
: following prizes were donatedbut Waymen ;
the bid ditch !
.JO"I I DOOUrrLK-OVERSTKEET( trees and cleaning out
: Makln on, Mayjorle Fulch. :, Many people in Kissimmee and Osceola pride and gratitude the course of the owing to the fact that some members west of the city. I John Brice S. A. L. Ry. The party

I.. dbetter and Mary Seymour" who know the bride who great man now at the helm. We are were unable to compete th v were Chairman Carson, of the water ands will be accompanied by a special ''
:' highest scores .were made bv Miss county fortunate to have in the White House "
not awarded four boxes shells, A. committee that the A. chef attached to the union station
with her resident light reported
formerly ,
parents was a
p ., Pot Makinson and Miss MurjoriuKutch. I of this city, will be interested in that capable and"patriotic American C. L. employees; two pairs sox, C. W. C. L.. Railroad had offered $40 a month dining rooms, Headquarters for the

J the following notice of her wedding Woodrow Wilson. Dann; one paid BOX, H. C. Stanford; for furnishing water to the company first elfeht da'jr will be at John

BATlflNJ "< I a.s printed in the Rutherford, (N. J.) Gov.Trammell who spoke for about seven pounds meat, Fuirplav market. and agreed to pay 5 cents a thousand Brlce's hunting lodge in Gulf Ham
1AHTYMrs. thirty
minutes, was followed by C. A. mock on Waccassassee river.
I Republican : gallons for all over 800,000 gallons
,, C. L. Handy chaperoned a Carson who introduced Dr. A. P. Montague After the earlier part of
I On Thursday evening, June 17. avery used in a month. The railroad company spending .-
to Knsl Lake Tuesday president of Columbia college, B. E. EVANS IS the the fishing for fresh '
f c Jolly party pretty home wedding!! took placeat who agreed to furnish the lines and trip at keys I
after relation of
afternoon, where all ,enjoxed, pulnge the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. the some amusing the city to furnish the pnmp. The and salt water fish and tarpon the

In the coollnft water I Those In t the / Overstreet of No. :JO Washington incidents spoke reverently to the water to be furnished the railroad party will go through to Klss'mmee.

party were. : 1 Dot( and Joe MaklnsonWarjorie Avenue, Rutherford when their. memory of the Blue and the Gray andclo..d -AGAIN EMPLOYED : would be pumped from the lake. It taking the steamer Hoseada and

Kutcli. May Whlteinaii.. Kllabcth I- daughter, Helen May, was married to with a plea for more money for was stated that the pumping could be fishing from Lake Tohopekallga to

-. Let<>ll..r.I HesHlc Smith Elam ] Mr. Harold Sherwood Doolittle. eldest education especially for our rural (Continued from page 1)) done when the load Is lightest and Lake Cypress, then from Lake Hatch-
school lIe declared that the back
,. Ansted. Klla: JVI e (1:11t".rl.I..ry: ion of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doolitlle\ the steam which would otherwise be neha to Lake Kissimmee and through
bone of the nation was the rural Club members 10 farmers.
community -
,! 7 PImonton. of M! BIA1V.! T and that the boys who did Met and conferred with 475
S ::4 Kstey.( 1'rnlor Illh.'rt.! William1. ) was performed by the llev. M. growers railroad being "velvet." The contract will be equipped with a twenty-foot

I Arnold. Harry Arnold and Klchard! Young Hovard of the Rutherford M. things were country boys. and said in town and on road. would run for a period of five years. launch tender and two row boats ,
4' Dandy. i iB. F. church. The bride, who was givennxvjy times our legislators much!! in who sfave to many the Circulars and bulletins distributed, Mr. Carson also reported that the and from the supplies loading now at

., C by lier father was veiy. harm. as proportion 41. committee had decided' to hereafter the traffic club It Is evident that the

O. B. H. CLUB ENTEHTAINKDMiss inir! in .i /g! iwn 'if white j pi sy willow slat university should as was given to for rural Letters written 39. purchase the wood supply for the city bait will be changed often throughout -

; 2 Amy Makinson very -liK-ht-l taffeta! ti i flflI wil h shadow luce; country schools institutions provide where more"men anelwom..n the Miles traveled by team and auto, plant after advertising for bids and the entire trip.

I. fully entertained the H. () ft. H. Clu1> the tiain was in court style and th(' to nature and 478. awarding the contract to the lowest
are nearer nature's -
at her home on the lakcfront Tuesday( veil was of white tulle. Her traveling Clod; he it. Attended three meetings--aside bidder. BAPTIST CHURCH SJNI'AYSunday
dress was. of sand gabardine. The as tersely put from, Fla. Citrus Exchange!: meetingat The council decided to have Chairman
A salad roiirtvwas ,
afternoon. tempting After Mr. Montague Senator Carson \ school at 9:45: a. m. C. A.Carson's .
4 ,,1 served and pntnotudecoration" *- bridesmaid, wa.11": i Alice RosalieKerstreet Orlandowith total attendance of Carson report when the contract' ,,
spoke for several moments touching Bible cJ q. 10:00: ( a. m.
.' ( ) 11 sister( of the bride, andhei 97. with the railroad was ready and thAt
in with theea'.nn were i 0
]I" Or Holt the at
: keeping{ on prosperity) and closed with the'pl..u Preaching by pastor
fuse. The( favors small. silk flags gown WHS' of pink chiffon and( lr'i1e5. Most of the demonstrators. have a special meeting would then be heir
( wen1 1 that grumblers. l he put into thediscard. II I ::00 a. m. The I Lord's supper at the
on brass pins.Those ( lace The best man was Mr. NickXewirk. . plots of either Natal, Rhodes or and the contract given due consideration close of t the morning sermon.

prewnt were : MisseKtln1 I : Aft.. a wedding: I tIll'1:\ rand Sudan grass growing at their farms. and either rejected or approvt4i.) Sermon by the pastor at night 7:45: ,
I/ee Edna Sscweikait( Maiion 4'orter., :Mis\ I ),,olittlt''' will reside at No. At the conclusion of t.hJ"ap..akinjr The seed In a number of cases were Chairman Carson stated that the life book.
: -' :L'l I Wells place.Among tinKiv.. W. B. Witherspoon, pastor of figures showed that the city spent almost on Every a '
;; Nina Bratton Kathleen Kciinlen ..ntl i ) I distributed by your agent with therequest Kverybody invited to attend. The
Orriha Rose. I IIligh I I thi I guests were : 1\1 rand the Presbyterian church offered ashort that they be given a trial. $8,000, for wood in the last year. members are especially urged to attend -

.S t [ score was mailiby. MIMS'' (OrphaRone. ) Mrs.\ Kred. T. I lloohlle) Mr and Mrs. i I prayer of thanks preliminary to This plan proved very effective and The council unanimously approver the Lord's service.

j Miss Nina Bratton. will be W H. l oolittle) ]Miss (;Iad\( I Doolittle) the barbecue.The will doubtless very materially increase the plan of advertising for bids for supper

;:k 4 tess next werk.BIKTHDAY. 1"-1 of Rutherford ; III .rs. I I. C. (;Jriffith and various events of the day and the acreage in these crops. the wood supply to be. opened at the The June number of the Fraternal

". Miss (Criffith; of New York City; Mr. i I the winners were as follows: Much interest is being manifestedin next meeting. Record published at Jacksonville and

PARTY and Mrs. .1. Hfl! Hurley of Bayonne; I I Creased pole--Albert Jones. tire demonstration work, especially Chairman Woodbeck of the sanitary devoted to the lodges of Florida contains -

Little Robert Wyatt Mach d'lilht..1 Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. MalluiRon, and Mr. I' Greased l pig Bernard Ansted. in the St. Cloud section. committee, reported a satisfactory a splendid article on ."Luke

4' fully entertained a number of his I Russell MalhriHon of Allen.lale, N. J. ; I Both of these events furnished quite Several spraying demonstrationswere arrangement in regard to sanitary Warm Blood and Commercialism in

.,,' friends last Thursday afternoon at his Mr. and Mrs. Barton (Green, .1l r. andMrs. | a lot of amusement to the crowds.Bicycle started in the citrus groves durIng conditions in Cape Breeze.Reports Fraternal Orders" written by H. Edmund
I II.) II. of Marshal OverstreetElectric
Bower of Jersey City; MissI. City .
home on Broadway. The little! folksenjoyed the month. Swabey, of thi _city.
( after which I. E. Hildreth, live: Misses Katherine] I i rae-t'R-OIIf' mile-first, Paul Light Collector V:; R. Ellis
t playing games and I Letitia Wideen( of New York; MissL. ''Alberry, Key West; second. E. Barnes Very. truly yours City Clerk J. R. Gilbert and City
refreshments of ice cream cake U. K. EVANS Margherita, mother of Ital
candy Winter Haven third Oscal queen
; ,
Kerr of j Treasurer Roberson received.Messrs. .
Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs. W. were
aerced.r ;
and iced juice were Osceola has a fad. of collecting gloves a
grape l J. S. Overstreet, Miss Alice Rosalie j I city. I Half-mile first Paul Alberry; County Agent. II. E. Cole, C. W. Griffin .""
Those present were: Virginia, (Jeral.dine shoes that have been born by distil? "
Over.street) second Ernest Lawrence, city; third and J. Wade the
r and Masters William and Tucker representing
John T. and India Patsy, guished sovereigns of the
Lesley past.
E. Barnes. ,
I len I IIverstrppt) M Methodist church appeared before the
Carol and Dick Makinson, Lois and i.y r.' Russell Newick NO MORE NEAR BEER
Alta Ruth Over treet. Geraldine and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Horse race--Adam Yates' mare won council in regard't electric light( and 1 1I

Preston Johnson, Clara and Joe Tucker ('S S. Tilson. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. B'II. and was ridden by Walter Sylvester; water bills and requested a rebate for

: Freddie Bass Mrs. J. W. (Jalloway, Miss Bell, Mr. Lewis Smith's stud, second, and Mar bills paid, if it was customary to allow -
Ardis Dann Elizabeth Margaret 0 Berry, K\ Henry Gremmell, Miss Belle Middleton ion Carson's cream colored horse, the churches a half mUThe .'

( v elyn Paulk Maynard Paulk, Geneva Rev. and Mrs. Bovard and daughter third. Speedy Alvey and his pony matter was referred to the water and I Want Ads.FOR .i

Mr. and Mrs. Sherlock Miss Margaret were the also rans. light committee. .
Roberson Julia and Delia Ledbetter
The of the ball .1. S. Cadel before
: Gerald Croxton Edgar Beeland Harry Sherlock, Mr. Coleman, Mr. and grandstand park was Attorney appeared

Bert Dale, william Prather, MissUs Mrs. Morris Cooper, Miss Marjorie well filled and there were also hun AND ShERIFF INGRAM ISSUE the couneil' to ask if the body had : J

'. and Miss Petrie. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. David Glass, dreds in Automobiles when the first MANDATE: THAT NEW STATE yet taken up the matter of the short- ,{ '
,, Witherspoon;:: .. Mr. _and Mrs. C. James. Misses Lucv game of the scheduled double-header LAW, AFFECTING DRY COUNTIES cut to St. Cloud. He stated that he SALE-TWo cows, f 100. Kis c : : .

- TALENT TEA and Mildred James, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. between-Winter Park and Kissimmeewas RIGIDLY had been asked by the county commlssioTlers simmee Dairy. .,, 29-2tpd ,-,"[r.\< ;

Girard and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. called In the afternoon. Rain WILL, UK EN to ask this question in order .." ) 10'>

Mrs. S. W. Lawler entertained the P. Jollie, Misses Irene and Ida Jollie, prevented the playing of a complete FORCED. S that they might know how to proceedIn FOUND--Gold bracelet on the streets .,('-*' !

Talent ,Tea" of the Methodist church, Miss Margaret LaPlant Miss Elsie game in either attempt but the crowdwas regard to their.part of the workon on Monday July 5thJ owner can -, *

.,.. It :' ,last Friday afternoon at her home on Smith Mr. and Mrs. McKeever Mr. well amused between showers. 'No more near beer can be sold In this road.Councilman. secure same by calling at this of-/5{:;"CoA. .

jT '"? Church street. The house was taste- and Mrs. E. B. Roe, Mr. Robert Marvin One of the most amusing events of Kissimmee or In Osceola county with- Thompson brought up flee. Identifying property and pay- "

r 'fully decorated with flags and cut and Miss Doris Marvin, Mr. and the day was the water battle betweentwo out the seller suffering the penalty the matter of the proposed ditch to Ing for this ad. 2tf -
i 7/ flowers, carrying out the idea of the Mrs. Johnson fire drain the north and west sections of
Mr. and Mrs. I D. II. Allen teams of the city department of the law for selling intoxicating SOME EXCHANGES-We
r fourth of July. A diversion of the afternoon have an
S i. and Miss May Allen which took place during the afternoonon the city. He stated that now is the '
ii.: ?, was a contest in which the Broadway. Two streams of waterat liquor. time; to decide on whether this workIs excellent fruit farm' in N. W. Ar- ,

,,..- c ,, I guests were asked to write a telegram I high!! pressure were used by the two The last session of the legislature to be done and that it can be built tansas clear gooj) improvements;
C using the letters in "declaration of in- and the crowds passed a law defining beer as any than later. lIe asked also some Oklahoma farm lands to
COUNTY GROVE teams were kept busy cheaper now
FRUITIS malt brew of whatever percentage of exchange for Florida also
dependence. After the contest a property;
4i' dodging to prevent the firemen from that other,/members offer some sug- ,
_ reading by Miss Vera Johnson was en- drenching them as the battle went alcohol. This means that In dry restions as to the raising of funds for some very desirable Florida property -

..( joyed. Delicious refreshments of ice PUT IN this wav or that. counties where beer of a small per- 'the work. owned by northern people who

cream and cake were nerved. A silver EXCHANGEThe The Kissimmee Run Club had a big\ centage of alcohol was formerly sou No suggestions being made the mat- will give fair deal for northern

F : ': offering was taken which will be added day at its range on the lakefront as what is commonly known as near ter went over without action. property. Call and see or write us.

t. : to the fund for purchasing a new fruit where teams from Tampa and St. beer the lrractice must be discon Considerable time was then devotedto We are in position to s 'irve you.
grown on
_* ? carpet for the church. Those present County tinued. Nelson Realty Co. 29-ltpd
Poor Farm Cloud competed with the local members the discussion of bills for chari-
grove will b > listed with
; were Mr.. W. L. Winn, Mrs. Pfann < Conuty Solicitor W. B. Crawford table work in their
the for honors. The Tampa team was resulting being WANTED
.,. Klsslnimee Citrus Growers Association -Work of any kind, by
Mrs. C. W. Griffin
,, Mrs. Bratton Mrs. L. H. Ingram have notified
II. and Sheriff allowed.It .
made of HansbrAough W. R.
In the Florida Citrus up young married man, who J Is willing
McPhatter !.
Mrs. Huff Mrs.
r George I Beckwith. L. L. Buchanon, J. -r. Mar. all persons who have been dealingin was then that the matter of improvements -
to do
; Overstreet Mrs. Paulk Mrs. I during the coming season. respectable work and
; l Lesley tin, and C. B. Dekle. Messrs, George near beer that hereafter they must and bond issue was any AddressJ.
; Mrs. This action was decided at needs employment at once.
Misses Nina Bratton
Beaman upon
n. t Cecelia Overstreet, Ella Mae Gilbert, the meetiiK of th.ounty commissioners Ilargrave, Morgan\ Embry and Goodrich not do so or suffer the penalty of brought up with the result stated. .'. McCorkel, Box 284. K'niiim-'
The officers declare that
the law.
composed St. Cloud team. Attending the .
mee, Fla. 29-1
/ Mattie Belle Harris. on Tuesday. J. W. Prentis
the shoot also they will rigidly enforce the new law. ,-
: \t 0 0 !' secretary of the local represen.
J : MISS NAUGLE HONORED I was present and explained association the tatives of the powder companies as So far as la known all of the dealers BOARD OF TRADE TO FOIl TRADE-A 32 Calibre Stevens .
organIzation follows Charles Penfield. Winchester with the law but
: have complied Rifle for bicycle. Call at 12 Randolph -
'k' Miss Hazel of to the board
1' Naugle Shelbyville, whereupon It
i Repeating Arms company; J. A. the officers state that every effort St. after nix. o'clock. 39-lt.p! i
; Ind., was the honor guest last Friday was unanimously decided to list the -
n McCabe DuPont Powder company; 'R. will be made to ferret out those who MEET NEXT FRIDAYThe
afternoon when fruit with
Mrs. E. E. the
_ tertained at 600 en- exchange.i E. Mann, representing the U. M. C. do not obey and they will be promptly DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. _'
: a party. i directors of the associationheld
These gentlemen gave an exhibition violation. Tjller.
f ,, _ _ Vases of roses adorned the rooms.t several meetings this week but professional shoot which was intensely prosecuted for any board of trade will, hold a meetIng -

: The Fourth of July idea was carried no definite decision has as yet beten interesting to the crowds. Fully 3,000 next Friday night in the City .
modem cottage
-. out in the score cards doilies and nap reached In regard to a packing hou Council ball at 7:30. room
e. olay pigeons were used during the day LOCAL HOTELS MAKE : close
$12 month.
.& kins. Mints and lemonade ; per E. '
were served It all :
seems likely It that members
however that is
and important
the equally if not
,. \ ,, during the The ?s many, more E. Wells, Real! Estate and Insur--
-.. game. cream course association will for the coming season shells. attend this meeting as there will be
., was served on the card tables. Red ren tone of the packing houses The morning shoot was for membersof CHANGES THIS WEEKAfter much business of importance which ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn).

-.t4 0 'and white brick cream was used to already In operation here Instead of the local club only and prizes were must be attended to at once.

I .e carry: out the color scheme with an bulldng a new one. given by the local merchants. The The affairs of the Fourth of July FOR SALE-Two boats; one 35x10, '1 !
p Upstanding flag on each plate. results were as follows: being closed for several weeks committee will be wound up at this 18 H. P. T. &: M. engine' ; one 1ft
_,. h The first prize; a hand decorated ho- meeting and in the time all those foot long, 4 II. P. will sell'
Class -Tom Ellis, 20; George Overstreet the dining room of the Graystone mean engine, .
.,: ' of plate Macey's was won Mrs. W. J. Reap, C. H. FUNK BUYS THREE ,. 13; M. E. Stephens 16. tel was reopened on Thursday evening who have bills against the committee cheap; also one pair large mules. .

I' The consolation, Class B-G. C. Livingston. 16, first; with F. A. Lincoln, formerly managerof *0 'I! o) uiatf puss o) pwjsanbaa ajv II. W. Thurman. 22-tf \

c 'f. a pack of cards, was won by Mrs. L. Billy Makinson, 16, second, and W. J. the Manhattan hotel lit charge.Mr. Stanford, chairman so that they can

zL ', \ ,, H. Ingram. The following ladies play- FINE BERKSHIRE HOGSC. Sears 15, third, Makinaon and Sears Lincoln promises to give the best be properly verified and settled. FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and "

'l" *', edt Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mrs. J. D. tied and Makinson won out in the service possible and those who know properly verified and settled. wagon, one 2 cy. Buick in Ifq04..

#; ". Clark, Mrs. W. I. Barber, Mrs. B. C. hoot ofF.Class him declare that he will do just what condition, good tires; must sell. or' .. I

S 4j ," :Ansted. Mrs. S. H. Bullock ii&akinson Mrs. G. H. Funk, of Hilliard's Island, i isa C-.J. W. Simpson, 15, first; be says. trade at once.' A. M. Jones, P. O. '"i i.

It ,.5 i, '.C. Livingston, Mrs. W. B. great believer in thoroughbred stock. Harry Dale, 13, second; B. C. Dutton, I Mrs. R. B. Savage has-taken com THIS GYPSY FAMILY Box 221. Kissimmee. '' lit "\\1'

; k{ .'.1, ,'-. Mr*. Eugene Bryan, Mrs. L. H. In- He has thoroughbred chickens on his 12, third. plete charge of the Manhattan hotel ---' ,1 ,

;;4./: '' t'oJl, gram: Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mrs. W. J. place and thoroughbred Jersey cows. Class D-V. R. Ellis, 17; Sam Lup- and says that she will continue to con- STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send$2J5O) ) )f ; -, \

1 : k4, ; "'.\'" .: [Stanford Heap of, Mrs.Macey's G. M.Island Dunne, Mrs., Mrs.H.De-C. Now he has added to the list three fine fer. 16; B. E. Haley. 11. duct it as a high class commercial TRAVELS IN AN AUTO for 1000. Cabbage plants at 'L60. ( J ,

s : : thoroughbred English Berkshire hogs. The events of the afternoon included bouse. Peach, plum, pear and cherry trees ,.''
_ it 'I' !' .Wilton Alderman, Miss Virginia! Mak- These arrived this week from Dr. the visiting shooters and were as I at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-"*; S I
:1 : Miss Sue watson
: inson.,Mias; Miss Mildred Sylvester's place at Lakeland, where follows: In the old days gypsies were wontto foot E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tL-- '.
S Madeline Hill! of Narcoossee ,
Miss Mary" Dixon. Mr. Funk purchased them. They attracted First event-Martin, 24, first; Hans- I FINDS AN 'ALLIGATOR travel through the country in cover-i 'I

S 4 S .Mrs. John M. Lee Mrs. C. M. Todd no small amount of attentionat brough, 28, second: Prather, 22. third. I ed wagons carrying with them a num- FURNISHED ROOMS for llght'Q; Q

i7 !,_ and lira. Morris Dickerson of DeLand the depot here while awaiting the Second event-Uansbrough 23, first; I ber of horses for trading purposes. housekeeping at low rates for the, '

ill also the afternoon with the.hostess arrival of Mr. Funk's wagon to take Martin 2,2r second; Beckwith Buchan NEST WITHIN CITY Modern ways seem to have changed' summer. Very close in, In plain ,.

spent and honor them to his farm. There were two on anti Livingston tied with 20 for : this for Thursday a family of gypsies view of lake': always a good breeze i

-i .- S : guestI sows and one boar in the lot and al third place and Beckwith won .In the I passed through the city going north very desirable location; all conven, ,>'-,( ,. ,

4. i ., NAUGLES ENTERTAIN though the last named is only; eighteen hoot off. j Oscar Ballanger, who' Is employed In a big high-powered seven-passenger iences; large porches; any flumbeJiM.; '
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months old he. tipped the. scales at Third event Martin 24 flrsts-Hans- at the iMnn department store -.wl1. automobile. They// still wore the fan- of rooms desired at \,7:1'
+ S I 1 ffltff andvMrs. K., ,E. Naugle entertained an even 400 pound. broach 22, second; Tom Lills Ed third. walking.around, the shore ottL. lake tastic garment so 'common to their ter rates. .Call or one-halfQ:! ,I 5'f'S. : t

at Fourth_of July card party Fourth nent.alaabrough.rana: near-tho Carson dairy: farm and inside kind. As usual there were a treat' . Orlando avenue. \'

f.f.S 4 4: ,- 3aatYrtdayrdgbt,' complimentary to MMADVERTISED LETTERS Martin with-28 tied and split first.and the city; .limits.on Sunday found Bomber children., A. teD .and other' ..- S '.. ,'. .

f ''tIlSh'bOU5O peat. Miss-Haxel Naugle. Advertised list for the two. weeks second t money.; 'Beckwith" wast third an', alligator nest.containing ..forty" emmpiar paraphernalia wets carried! LOST_A gold-handled umbrella',between -' (;. ,

P.S Throe tables were placed on the porch ending July 19, 1116t.1 with < V '. three The,mother alligator, strapped on the side of the automo i \ hirh school and avenua' .' '
4 c S .'v. and several hours spent playing 600. I' Dsl.. Mis Tenla; Evians. Mrs. Rho- Fifth .,eftDt-This'' was- n ti'cIu, big-one ,bout' eleven r bile.: :.-They attracted no mall amount FIfldersretarn'to.MrL'B Clyde., C..Anu tj: 'I.!

( S 5: :*.JT At:M'M Af I fef2f*.enjoyed refresh.JT -'dlej; Fason. Mrs. Uahasaj ,Harris, event and was won by the ICIssfmtnee was Been to the weeds not far swe'Mra4 '- of attention to the city; *, ySoarboroBKh .'t.b .atecL. -' '-" .:>:"' 28- Jt" '"
tH t Me i : : .
th James ,
_In_ ae room, + > % ; McNeil Ellen Pardan. 'Jehn- ;
club 85 of
with, out a.peesiMe'HOO.Members ..
_ SS '"45* ...... JAW'. "c eW 'Uu. ;the .Die; Rogers. E. r; Stephens. Miss Hat- .of the. ,Kissimmee amadwore. Mrs. 8. D.. Decker.'of St. ,,1'4L o. of Jacksonville, FOR-8A.LE-No.l.OUftr' trpairri" '-",', .'1'I..i

'" Jl... a ,Ue. do o; 4yaatf: Mondayintfceeuy. < has Mea visiting friends< at Narooossee ; "
,/ : = =u. ; ' .l'" Ellis, Prather.: L pfer. Stephensand ,t. nearly DeW ;Pries ''UOteO' l .
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FRIDAY II' / "!> '" .,
ti ,: JULY 91'915:
i, TRI'"ItISSI.MMEEI," VA.LLEY8AZITfJ: : 't mm *.

,<. I 'THE 1 KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE, 'Mr*. Joseph.. McPaniel., of Halces: Pr.- :"''-C..sL...Hyatt. ,..who, ,ha' "been .The I$f'saimme.'Bus'insst: ;' College 1* i 1yiag,and' ,belDf'situate.. ,la're.'I Oeo*oia To..n.h 'Twt,,.. ell. r

f.,-.. r&.. (Telephone Ho.; 11.)' ' City,.is visiting he .r unt,. Ai(.* tcN r spending some time In Cassatt, S. c., Undoubtedly one tot the best In Florida County. State o? Florida, to-wit olal"II'lt.( ) '".
Baas.of : Lot Two Hundred Twenty-five (ill) tot ..o .
visiting his i here fewdays
this city for
mother a It-possesses' a Department of
', Pa&11aW Ev of the Seminole Land A Investment 9fll00 of the Clarlc o>> t ours,,}.
.Friday: By.: Seventeen inch embroidery :. Mr.. Hyatt and children' wenton Bookkeeping unexcelled in the state. CompanY. Subdivision ot NRU and lilt Qeee Ia.Oouatyl. Florida, *..' ,. .,C'r"" .
ti : i' '.,MV HARRI'a B.,O.,VAN AafirlW4r"h : Monday to visit. her, mother at Kathleen Only the highest grade' courses "cf of the NWVl and. W of SEV except ,The .said land! bolns assessed"In the "
at 10 a, m. a cents Dol- .. K. R. Rt of Section .,
,a yard., Fla .' way of FOar <4) name W. A. Stewart at the date of''
., . study are taught. The Bookkeeping .
;" lar Limit-Store.: Township Twenty-six' *<'0' South. issuance said certificate.
".. "".. to OOOO.' 'C. W.'\-GriMni! the well-known grocer and Banking Course bAbe one chosen Rane* Thirty (10) Ba.assessed Unless said certificate shin be redesmed .'
I Mrs L. K. Parker and little'grand- by the Panama authorities for its Tha said lands being In the according to law. tax deed will k
y and aU around good fellow 1* the name of Unknown at the date""of b.Ulln. on the lilt 'day ., August. ',
son. Minor!Wilson, vlstbed relative proud of a new 1916 modelOverland Model School of Commercial ,Education. ... of said certificate. ruthereon '
; Th Local IFi la S Jl.ror4. this :week.. possessor car 'The machine ia a .. .The Shorthand Course 'U that Unless said certificate shall W re. WitneaLmy'baid: ; and official ses.1
: new
Id.1 deemed according to law, Kisslmmee "Florida Ilk
r used by President Wilson The tax deed will City .thle .the,
: :Mr, 'and Mrs.\ J.;' j,, Whldden;'of fine looking automobile and its splendid premises Issue thereon .on. ..the ,.th day of Aupust.Witness' .., d..y.of July, A. D.'' I'll. '1
are th.Tohopek.Up I) il
Fort Meade; "'' A''tO' line exactly suit the genial Char.ley's delightfully facing A. 1111. ,J. OVKH8THKKT. .
Monday. lake. We teach much my hand!' and official seal at Clerk Circuit Court,. ()
:**************. OtOOOo' style-of architecture *- ee-
) .. ***, *<. attend the barbecue. than the Kisslmmee. City, Florida, this ..1". Sth ,.County. FU> la .
{ .. more ordinary business dsjr of duty A. D. It!}, -' (Circuit Court,Seal) ,rJfcWOTICW ;
: The Kissimmee Gun Club : .
ft '" Mr. and Mr.' Arthur Morris, of began on business school pretend,to'teach.a.we (Circuit Cpirt Seat) .
', St. Cloud, were among the visitors Thursday afternoon a special shoot have strong departments in Span '.' CI.rft OVBRSTRBBT, I r _J'
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here which will continue on every Thursday. ish and French.also in Elocution and Circuit Court Osreola 01* APPLICATIONOR, TX
at the celebration I -4t
: :( j I Weather'Repo.rtI Monday. of this month for three prices for the Dramatics. Aft ,allied subjects are County. State of. Florida' I>KMI) tINDER HK4TI4IM *T4 *, ITS
Mr. and Mrs. three in
highest'.cores hundred
:, C. W. Brunt, of one carefully taught 26-tf NOTICE nf APPMCATIO*' FOR TAX' )t '.T TIG .OKJM were among the hundredswho .hot*. The price are: first $10 In DKKI> tINDER
helped Klsalmmee celebrate on cash; second six boxer of shells: third Mrs. E. L. Lesley 'and children, of era ntSNHHAI. .KTATVTKM .OK Notice'U be..e..given c that I. K.'
liver DuPont Kissimmee passed through Orlando THIS MTATHOK FLORIDA. Hansell. purchaser of Tax Certificate*.
Monday.Mr. spoon given by
I Following are dally tempera No 64, dated the 7th day of July.
'". tures and precipitations company, '. yesterday afternoon over the Atlantic Notice Is hereby '', 1111. hum filed said Certificate. In nt o'/;.' i
given that a H.
as reported and Mrs. D. E. Minor, of Apopka. Coast Line en route to Waynesville Bullock. purchaser of Tax no* ..ndl.* mad. application for Tax:. ,',
by Government stationat were among those attending the Mr. and Mr*. Robert Rowland, of N. C., where they will spend the sum No 1170, U7I and 117. certtftcat".1 Deed to lasue In accordance- to* law--
Kisslmmee for the week end celebration here the Lucern Hotel Orlando and the of July. A. D. 1111. has .. said Cer. Bald certificate embraces the following. ;.
ing Thursday July 8 Monday. 1 mer. They were joined here by Miss tlflcates In my office and has made land lying and being situate. In Oses.. y '
: genial John Rowland late managerof 1 ap ,, ?
Sallie Taylor, one of Orlando' ola County State of Florida," to-wH '
Misses popular plication for Tax Deed to Issue In
accordance -
Violet and Debbie !
Prescott the grocery: department of the Tb. Northwest Quarter of the North ,
and efficient trained to law. Said
Friday __ __ __ __96 nurses, who certificates em- .
75 .49 of .
Orlando spent several days here Yowell-Duckworth were brace the following described east Quarter (NWU 0' NIC") of Ileo
company I lyIng -
accompanied them to the Land of the
p Saturday ____ ____93 70 this week the guests of friends. among those who enjoyed the barbecue I and belnor situate eo I"d. lion ), Township. Twenty-firs -(16) e rEa.t
Sky, where she will .spend well earn- ty. State of Florida, to-wlt: South. Range Tw.nty-nla.r (1S> ,

Sunday ____ __ ____96 83 Leon Lamb and F. K. William, of here Monday. ed vacation.-:Orlando Sentinel Thur- I LOt. 11. and 14 of Block C Lincoln The said land' belnr assessed.In the, ).,

$'' Monday __ ___ ____97 80 L15 St. Cloud spent Monday here ming- Mrs R. B. Savage of the Manhattan : day.Mr. Heights Lots I and It of Block D', Lincoln name of Unknown *.t the date of laau

Tuesday ___. __ __,92 80 .69 ling with the Fourth of July crowds.T. hotel entertaned a party of relatives -i and Mrs. E. T. Haynes, Mr. and Heights Lot JC of Blopk D. Lincoln ance Unless at aald* said certificate certificate shall bo,' ,re' I'

Wednesday __ __ __96 83 C. Smith of Okeecttohoe!, has and friends on Monday. EnJoying Mrs. George Klng8ler' Mr. and Mrs.\ I The| lands belnsr{ assessed Heights In the deemed according to law, tax deed will i

Thursday _. _. ___ 95 81 been spending several days iu Ki- the day were Mrs. Savage's H. L. Lyman, yman and Miss name. of B UKenmle. B. U Kensle and A.issue 1) thereon 1915. on the 'th day of.August. 5-,''
A. U Hamilton, ,
elmmee enjoying the Fourth celebra- sister Miss Creel of Lake Wales, Gracie Lewis, all of Altamonte date of the Issuance respectively of said certificates.nt the 'wi'tness'my hand and official sat at

." tion .and greeting his many frlendi. her uncle A Sussel of Mt. Dora, and I Springs, motored to Kisslmmee Mon- Unless said certificates shall be. redeemed Kisslmmee City $$9fih this". the. 5th'.
day to attend the celebration. according to law tax deed day of .IUIYr.A. D. : ""*'> *
.O..OOO..O.O..OOOOOOO Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pike and Miss I big The will : L. OVKUBTRBET .
Mrs. Fred Bass motored to Gainesvilleand Lucile Pike of Eagle Lake. I Lyman brothers are the famous Ly Ifsue thereon on the tth day of Auirust. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Oeeeola'

J John Gasser, of Loughman Ocala Thurcday and will spend man twins who for a number of A'Wltnee'my' hand, and official seal at J4t County. State. of. Florida'
pent Monday here. some time in the latter place on bus- Mrs. George Nickles and children I years were wel known on the American Klsslmn City. Florida, this 8th day of ,,' .' '-.'
/ Doris and little Themetra returnedto July' A. I>. 1915.
; W. S. iness. stage having toured the
Pearce. of Bassenger, was a country (Circuit Court Real
visitor here early this week. Tarpon Springs last week after from shore to shore for many seasons. J I_ OVBRSTRKBT. ." -
fw Mrs. Wilcox and daughter. Miss spending the winter with her mother They have now retired and both own Clerk Circuit Court Osceola Fresh .

+'' B. D. Hlers of Gainesville, was a Catherine Wilcox, left Tuesday for and sister Mrs. Helen Perdew and orange groves in Florida. They were By JAMES County M. ,JOHNSTON State of Florida, D. C, ? t

visitor here on Monday. Hendersonviile, N. C., where they Miss Perdew. well pleased with Kissimmee and the Uit
will spend the summer. entertainment here. Salt Water Fish'Daily ,
H. D. Slever was a business visitorto ALL. PERSONS having accounts

to Orlando Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berry, who against the Fourth of July celebra- The entire force of the Valley Gazette IIOTU'IIII OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
UKKII tlM' > ,
Klt ( "ION 5T4 A oTB
Dan McKay, of Lakeland bave boon spending Lome time bore, tion committee, will please present from devil to editor and owners UKKKKA1. STATUTES OKT11H < 't
business visitor here was a left Monday for their borne in Jack- them to Mr. H. C. Stanford for his I owe a debt of thanks to Green B. STATE OK FLORIDA
sonville. approval and payment, as the com- : Woodall for a .umptiou. watermelon '
Notice Is
hereby riven that D. El
r T. L. Leary. of St Louis, spent mittee desire to have all Its affairs feast on Wednesday. Mr. Hart, purchaser of Tax Certificate No: AT 503 BROADWAY
\\if' I Tuesday here on business. Mrs. C. H. Mann, Mrs F. A. Roby closed at as early a uate as possible. Woodall grows some fine melons and 817. dated the 7th day of July A. D ,
and Mfes Mary Tborndlke. all of St. 11111. ha. filed said Certificate In my
he drove office
\ to the Wednesday
up early -
. ,- I W. H. Brokaw with Cloud. here office and has : for
I Griffine spent Monday attendingthe Congressman W. J. Sears returned with a wagon load and step- Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to law. PHONE SO
i Brothers the tree people. 40tf celebration. home from White Springs to attend ping In called all hands out with the Said certificate embraces the following; ;
i the Fourth of celebration land, lying and bring' situate In Osce ,
I Reed's Home Bakery bread. That's Dr. C. R. Couch W. M. Robersonand July simple remark: "Help yourselves, ole County, State of Florida, to-wlt: ROBBINS
4 i the kind to ask for 29-2t J. B Pltant, of Bartow, were day. He left again on Thursday for boys" Everybody did and as a re- Lot Thirty-one (81)) of the Seminole. A. .
White !Springs: where he will Join Mrs. Land A Investment Company's Subdivision -
visitors in the city last Sunday and sult his wagon carried a much lighter 1: n
When bread of Section Thirty-three (I'),
you buy always ask
f Sears and their son and go to Ashe- load when he drove amid
Monday away
j{ for the kind from Reed's Bakery. 292 viile, N. C., where they will spend the the thanks of every member of the -

I R. E. McLaughlin, of Fort Drum J. E. MoElmurray: of Tampa, representing summer to benefit Mrs. Sears' health force. .ooo o.o.ooooo ooooo.o.oo.oooo.oo..o......... . ..

i was a visitor In KlHslmmee Tuesday the Covington Company, of H. H. Mertz and Frank C. Barber, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Elder and family -
Jacksonville\ in the Thursday
Paul Parks, of Tampa was a visitor calling ,on was the trade city of the Southern Paving and Construction Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Coney and family '

here Monday and Tuesday company of Chattanooga, and Mr. and Mrs R. J. Holly and For
Special 10 o'clock sale of embroidery Tenn., were visitors in the city on family all of Sanford were among Special Saturday

A. R. Taylor, of Winter Park, was at Dollar Limit Store Monday Tuesday, having come to representtheir the thousands who attended the barbecue ar

'. a visitor here Monday. morning Seventeen Inch embroideryat company before the county com here on Monday. Mr. Holly is I

L. A. Abbott, of Loughman, was 8 cents a yard. nilSHioners In the matter of their bid the far-famed "Bob" Holly, editor of M,
for the paring of (the Orlando roa. f among the celebration ciowdfl Romero M. who head of .
Senley, is
Kissimmee. Mr. did '
Holly more
, 1 Mrs W. A. Drawdy, of Whittier, the schools at Fort Myers. spent several C. W. Barrett, who lives on Verona than any other man outside of Kissim Florida Mutton 20c all Cuts <,

spent Monday here with friendn' days here this week the guest of I street and who has been ill\ for several mee to advertise event here

; John L. Hainrifk and A. M Zlnser, his friend Attorney JE&t Johnston. months, was able to be out on and the ulr.e of the crow brought by and

',. pf jsuford, spent Monday here. Lieut. S. J. Entrlkcrl.,(of St. Cloud the streets again this week much to the special train from Sanford was .

is out again after a severe attack of the delight his many friend's Mr. evidence of his ability to arouse ni- Western and Florida Pork

I Mind Mrs. T. B. Corey, of Or- indigestion much to the delight of his Barrett Is one of the old residentsof terest. ;
lando visitors the city and numbers his friends Yr d
were here Monday. many friends. Miss returned home
Ophelia Gray
.i J
by the score They are glad to
M. S. Craig, of Atlanta. Ga., was Allie Angle of Tampa who is a see him recovering his health sufficient last evening from an extended trip be- ;,

i r a business visitor on Wednesday candidate for State Comptroller, was to again mingle with them. ginning May 28 with the Confederate Fair Play Market'' ...;. ; :
here mingling with the crowds at the reunion at Richmond where she went .? ,
i R. W and W. F. Halliday of Winter big celebration. Monday. Mr and Mrs C. W. Dann and son, as sponsor for the Fourth Brigade :'245How '
Avenue Phone .N ,
( .1 Garden, spent Monday here >
Charles motored to Orlando on Tues- Sons of Veterans and later to Washington ,- ,, '
I ..- Miss Daisy Hunt of Sanford spent The Pythian Sisters will sell cake day afternoon and Mr. Dann states where she was the guest of the gOOOOOO OOOOOOO"O.'O'O"'O".O".O
.. .
and sandwiches at the Rotundo build- '
family of Sims. A "
Monday here the guest of friends that the Boggy Creek road which Congressman
I ing Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 round of visits old
route they took was badly torn up among family --" --- lQ
i 1 R. C. Sllgh, of Birmingham, was a o'clock. Everybody is invited to at by the heavy travel to Kiaslnimee friends was next enjoyed by Miss

visitor In the city this week. tend.Mrs. for the big; celebration. He countedno Gray. Returning, she visited in ) O <0) (II 4) 0 (4>0

,. E. L. Lesley and children left less than three machines which Jacksonville Kissimmee and Orlando,
J. B. Collins and Clarence Haley Wednesday for Hendersonville. N. Q., were stuck in the mud and one of where she was a prominent figure at .

4"1,. of St. Cloud spent Sunday here. where they will spend the summer. these he helped to pull out. several social functions. The trip About "

Mr. Lesley and son, Leroy will remain from Tampa was made with Mr. and .. }l
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ingram and ,
" Mrs. A. T. Blocker in their car.-St.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dgtts and their
. in Klssimmee for the summer. :
daughter Irene the week-end
spent rharmlnar little Eunice. o' Petersburg Independent. tf'7
\ : daughter the Children's ? '
s ki' visiting in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. S. Alexander and son. Winter Park were the guests of Mrs. """"" .Eyes*

Engraved card and'invitation We Fitch, of Atlanta,. Ga.,. were guests F.' W.'' Brady 222 Ofhtndo avenue LAYMENS MEETING \ .' ..

d. can furnish them. Call at the Valley over the Fourth of Mr. and. Mrs' over the Fourth. They are old The Laymen will hold a meeting at :;

ti Gazette of ee.' tf Charles L. Bandy, friend .of Mr. and Mr*. Brady', both Campbell Sunday afternoon at 3:30. .. t. ,..,'" '' . ,r,

f ::' ? Mr; and Mrs.' 'O. A. Gilbert of famllle having lived In Texas; and Jt is a short nice drive,to Campbell \, ', '. ,1'1.c; ...' . '
Wilson of Bar-
Attorney Bradley '.
came to Florida' three ago and If some of the friends who- own : *. "
tow was in the city on business Thurs Haines City, spent Monday here visiting at"Winter Park. Belts machines would attend this meeting I I -Ii DO NOT .wAIT .
Mr. "
relat'ves and attending the big settling "" --;; '
day.Mr. celebration and barbecue Is in the realty business. They mo- and take others it will be highly appreciated ray

and Mrs. L. C. Hull and daughter tored here and were all very much by the Laymen, and servea \: :.... (, \ until tchoolopen*" '

'ts of Lakeland spent Sunday and Sam Bennett representing the impressed with the city. good purpose in a splendid cause. i .'

Monday with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole. Havatampa Cigar company, of Tampa Meet at the Presbyterian church at : Jl ? \' i q Now a the'time\;: ;
J. R. and T. B. Olllespie
Copeland 2:30 for short season of prayer before 4l
. ", E. P. Thagard, state bang examiner, nesday., was in the city on business Wed- representing the Alabama Paving starting for Campbell. '''w : to find oat /if'. .

was a visitor in the city today on special company were visitors in the city on W. H. JONES, Chairman. r" .

.. ., business. Lawrence Carr, of this city, landeda Tuesday and appeared before the j- "-- 1f they have : n
Engraved cards and invitations. We Jewfish at Coronado Beach last week board of county commissioners in eONDKNaKD STATEMENT ( If > eye:7< ,

can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette that weighed over two hundred pounds support of their bid for the brick of tae CMdltlra .f train.

office. tf according to an article in the New paving on the road to Orlando. These FIRST 8TATH! ,DANK OF KKNAWSVILLEKfmmmmrlltr. :.;;

Smyrna Breeze. two gentlemen are well known in
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Knight, of St Florida.
i Klssimmee having been here at the A. called for ttr tae Comptroller.M .
Cloud attended the celebration here Luther Mershon and mother of I
time the city paved Its streets, their
Monday. Ocala, spent the Fourth here the 0'.1
the contract.J. .
guests of Mrs. A. E. Bearden. Mr. company M. SMITH, Prcs' A. L. HUNT. V. P.
; William Hosmer of Lake Hamilton -Mershon is a prominent attorney in G. Taylor of Miami R. V. Phillips B, F. ROE Ca.hler.Re.osree. Cons.It COLE n. Opt..etriat.

spent Monday here attendingthe Ocala. and G F. Knlght, of Kenans- ..

big celebration ville, and W. H. Marshal of Okee- w.
Building: Furniture and

''. Mr. and 'Mrs. G. H. Gibbons of homestead James A. on Clements Lake, Who Okecchobee has a, chobee motored up to KlssUnauee to I Loans Fixtures and Discounts_ --__ 14 6.864 617.00 to 0(4) 0 (G ) ( ) ( ) ('

: Waverly, spent Monday in Klssim- eighteen miles couth of OkeechobeeCity attend the Fourth of July celebration' Cash on Hand and In Banks 9.601.46: :
Monday. They returned on Tuesdayand Expense a - 86.IS .
spent several days here this

J tnee.W. week. were accompanied by J. A. Total ____ __ __ ______ .. .
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M. Goodyearfl of Orange Cen- Creasy, of Atlanta who was here en ",- .. ""- ,, -f"'''' .. "'tI' .. ,, .. .VII. ,,+
ter, was among the hundreds who Don't fail to attend the embro'derysale route to Okeechobee.A. LlablllIe.Capital ,
1-; here. Stock $18,00000
pent Monday -
at the Dollar Limit Store at 10 R. Spencer of Gainesville, who Individual Deposit 5.37892:

,,1. Engraved cards and invitations We o'clock Monday morning. 17-inch Is head of the farm demonstration Total ____ ____ __ ____111, 78 U
n u
, can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette embroidery to be sacrificed at 8 cnts -
work In the state of Florida, was a (Signed) B. F. HOE. Cashier 1 All Of Our Meat ISh
, office. tf a yard.J. visitor in the city Tuesday conferringwith ; ;

I. W. 0. Bode of Baltimore Md., B. E. Evans, demonstrator In NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT: '
M. Thomas and family, of Patterson -
1 was a business visitor here on Wed- charge of the work in Osceola county T. A.d... \'mm der M.*r.eli sad All
I nesday. Thomas. Ga., were tile guests of Roma Mr. Spencer reports the work Other ler.... .. ..... ... t-k Scientifically Cut \
and the
over ,
growing in Florida and with a de- Notice I I. hereby gIven that i. 1* H.
. : 'j Fourth. They made the trip from iHKram Sheriff of Osceola County havethis 6 i I ,i'
Mont of
.s Julian oca, Whittler mand for demonstrators greater than day attached certain personalproperty
their home automobile.
." pent Monday and Tuesday in the by the fund created by the Agricultural belongIng to Andre Van: : der ,
'.,.: city. Department of the U. S. Government Meersch In the County of Osceola. State and you get just what'you' 'N*
k. L. Lesley of Kisslmmee, chair- of Florida, described as follows: < nu w..r..r.w

,, '. F. K. Stout and H. L. Gardner, of man of the board of county commis- wll supply. One Oakland five passenger car, 1914 order and what you do get\
Model the
property of Andre Van der
tLakeland,' were visitors here at the sioners of Osceola. was among the Captain and Mrs. Clay Johnson Me rsch In the ,County of Osceola and ,
big celebration. prominent Floridians visiting Orlando left Wednesday afternoon for a two State of Florida. from ut ia i the ve y best you '

yesterday. Orlando Seutlnol beIr' are hereof commanded to appear TAKE YOUR 6
month trip during which they will :. the Judge of the County Courtof .
:, Mrs. C. A. Roberts and Miss Tanner can 'C '
Thursday.J. visit their son Amory K. Johnson Oaceola County, Florida on th. 6th M.w M.
Roberts of Winter Garden, were CHOICE OF CUTS ,
day of September, A D. 115. same being -
who ia electrical engineer for the city
C. Palmer W. G. Geier and
visitor here Monday. son. a Rule Day of said court, to answer ..
Jack of Windermere, and A. J. Don- of San Francisco.1 They will also In an action of Assumpslt Damages In
d, Misses Sarah and Ethel Crawford visit Capt. Johnson' two sisters who the sum of Three Hundred Dollars In w
of Ohio
Cleveland. motored
eyson. which Robert T. Cocbran
and Emma M
of Orlando spent Monday In Kisslm over to Kisslmmee on Thursday and live near San Francisco. On their Cochran co-partners, doing business as THE; REASON f

t spent the day here on business.Mr. return trip they will spend sometime Robt. T. Cochran A Co, olb. City of '
mee.Mr. In Illinois and several New York, State of New York, are
'' and Mrs. J. K. Land of Band visiting plaintiffs and the said Andre Van derMeersch > '
and Mr Barker of
George other states. While in Illinois, Capt. Is fashioned; '
defendant Herein fall
the who spent not don't switch because we just old
ford. were among many we try to cut on you are
"t Orlando, were among the many visitor Johnson will visit the town from or judgment will be given against yon r
Monday here. who attended the celebration by default. believe that it would be dishonest do matter ;if"' f'
which_ be came south many years ago. June 21. 1916. enough to so. no .. 1't
"7 C. R. .Duff In. who i* employed by here on Monday. Mr. Barker U quite L. H INO RAM, '.
know the difference.
the A. C. L at Port Tampa, was a noted as a scenic sign artist and Mr*. A big party of truck growers and Sheriff of .""ol. County you don't happen to ;

':',': visitor here \r ednesday.Wlllard Barker i* N. G. of the Orlando Re- farmer visited tbe J. F. O'Berryplace J Lt OVERSTREET Florida. ... ) ;,,.
south of the city on Wednesday
? bekah lodge.
t '' Clerk of County Court. {
A. Fleming and Lawrence'L a* guest of Mr. O'Berry. The purpose Osceola. County Florida
Lawton. of Orlando spent Wednesday Misses Norm. Griffla, and Ethel of the trip, was to learn how (County Court Real\ .
t OA . Gilbert left (Saturday for New Smyrawhero By JAMES )(. JOHNSTON D. C.
: here bu8iD .. 'CentrMarkd'
t ... Mr. O'Berry: grow eggplant he beingrecogn'sd LEWIS BRYAN, G6e! .
they will pend some time
) ScbnarC.Insecticide : a* an expert In this line Attorney for Plaintiff. I.H
3. Bchnarr of
visiting with theformer'g, grandmother. Those who made the trip E. .... 't.", .. ,J .... __ '. '
were :
;.,. .fame, came;. down from Orlando on Mr*.;L. J. Griffin. MOTICB Of APPLICATION FOR TAX \:; : .' ) .
; B. Clark; Clar Howell George How- 1-, : ': .41 '.
". celebration. .DEED UNDER BCTIOW *T4 4s *T f + > ,
:* ; Mr. and Mr., Emmett Lee and Ut-- eil.,D. W Douglas. B, E., Evan. H.Barrier. . GENERAL' STATUTES OS- TWO 'alit.tine. .Hah .. the Ory.*,w': ".- -,", ...,... R '
TATDsaid Os rwR1DANotfei .
i :/ ghm'an.t-wa tie daughter.''wbo: spent the Fourth ., Charle Nelt,-.Peter BUsner, '.- t .. .' ': -,' ; , ; ,

9 .a: ; attended'. the here a* the guest of IIr-aDd Mr*. W. J.' JT1PP., R..H. Brpck.-A.i8. Nel- fn h.r.b1. given. that 0. x: .,- .'".o..i'".. ',,1' "".. '\ ........ . ' .11 ..:...:.'.J- ,

..:l' ,; ., '. '">:' .',* W, BI. Peake. '1OI,1Iafa., street. leftThursday eon and t1yde.Nel..i.Tb.. 'visitors ft.1.Hall dated purchaser July ftbA.Tax Do'Certldcat 111(4 bas died Ko, .;' ', .-."' -.... '.. \ ; : ,., , _.. .. .I,:
I ; ;Roberta; for their home la Jackson were treated'to .a..watermelon- Certificate In of 11_ r '"
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E" .f? ,*.teeth*):. lty yW..'Ybe Fir' Lee IM a'Member. of and had aU the buttermilk they 00llW nude application for Tax. Deed to lassie ... .. , ' J'I
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"i '1 0'nine tiered.Kk oggplant.- -oqnac quantities -


:r Purple' H. will finish his' :planting' Theodore

on or.boforo:, July IS. :

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. ,. ' ,.10'MAYR'S
r:. -_..-... -. -- -" I ryes ;
: J. F. O'Bery preaching eggplantgospel Place htlU two feet In-fur . .
'f: Editor\Valley Gazette: apart Lives Redeemed Fortune In
.o" Dear Sir:-I think it should be every oral talks from different anes which to Osceo'a farmers this sea rows;, '
";k:, If man's privilege and duty to work was very helpful and to the point. son. He'wants as many as.poss'bleof If: seed, ,are planted 1m' Held ,(to Health;.Are, Recovered..
'" for advancement of his town and We also enjoyed very much the mu- this county's vegetable growersto grow :where planted) sow ten to fifteen Lunch .
1-rt" it-: < -county. and when there is anything sic rendered by Mr. Smith on the plant eggplant as oDe of their seeds In each hill Thin out tq :Most of the problem of health originate Midget ,

rt": ,proposed ho ought to give expresionto cornet. We hope that Brother Jones crops this autumn, Mr. O'Bery believes one plant per bill when plants are In the stomach. Moat of these OPEN DAY'AND NIGHT X11
{ .1'''''' '..-' his views. will rally his forces and come againin with the Valley Gazette and five or six inches high. ailments can be cured. Thousands of '
f "' Wow/1, heartily endorse Mr. W. W. the near future. We do think the Osceola County Fruit and Truck If plants are grown In seed bed, people right In the.state of Georgia Prlem RwMubb TW4 Aenrlst.ljo .

'J ,Carsoni., in what he said last week in that the pood people of Klsslmmee Growers association and County Dem- and then transplanted to Held do are needlessly suffering from stomach DARLINGTON AV':V' '
the Gazette in regard to the businessmen should furnish free automobiles for onstrator Evans, that our farmers not transplant them until they are troubles while thousands of others
,a 'men taking or ten acres of land their transportation over." must have crop unification or cooperation stocky and five or six Inches'high. have found health by the use of 14ayr'aWonderful 1
and farming it. You very often hear Why not the good people where so as to achieve the best or Plants grown in field Should be Remedy. The first dose of .
;the. question asked if there is such the Laymen hold these helpful services even worthwhile results. very lightly cultivated once a week, this remarkable remedy is proof.

.great profits in farming this land furnish free transportation? There already is under way a beginning as soon as they are an Here are the words of two Georgians No. Six-Sixty-Six < : J JThla : =
who have used it:
why is it the business men do not This seems reasonable to movement to co-operate or unite In Inch high, and using a rake or sim- St.. ; .
t :take hold of it and by doing so show B. DUNCAN, 186 W. Peachtree
I FAIRPLAY. growing strawberry and pepper cropsIn ilar Implement. When 6 or 6 inches :
Atlanta Ga.- took one bottle orMayr's b prescriptiosi prepared especially ,
their faith their works .
t' by this vicinity, and Mr. O'Berry is I high, use a cultivator lightly about and it did 'SI'S'
I Wonderful Remedy lot MALARIA CHILLS 4k, FEVER "'
Then again, you can't get along urging (with promise of success) them once a week until they are too I
without some fertilizer Like it was 'SUNDAY SCHOOL MEET I me so much good I must continue the Five or six doses will break layc..ab .> : $
also tbe nclualon of eggplant i nt' is thick to work amonc.Tr&naplanted "
''e this a good had to do with- treatment. If taken then as a toale ao Fever will not !*
year many "
because they could not get it for movement. plants should be,,cultivated SALISTA THOMAS, 55 La FranceSt. return. It acts oa the liver-better them .,. 4.: '
,; out it took the cash. I had to do without, PROVES BIG SUCCESSThe At the last meeting of the Osceola lightly with rake, beginning Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your Calomel sad does aol grip or sicks 2So*. r t
r and so did many others but with the County Fruit and Truck Growers association three or four days after set out. and remedy for five weeks. I feel like I 'S/.I.

business man it would be different Mr. O'Berry spoke extensively then once a weak during several hardly known my strength-my appetite \ ':
H. would not be handicapped that Klsslmmee Quarterly Sunday on eggplant growing. The result weeks; then with a cultivator as is fine." ,
'1 r way. Then again, if they would take school: convention waR head last Sun- of his remarks is that more thana above. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives : ;

hold 16 or 20 and throw their force day night at the First Baptist church dozen of tbe association's members Soon after field plants are up, or permanent results for stomach, liver: {
and influence with ours we could do the Cbrustlan, Methodist and Presbyterian went to his Shingle Creek farm last soon after transplanted plants are setout and intestinal ailments. Eat as much ; "} ''I. .
4 much better in freight rates than we churches co-operating Wednesday morning to observe Mr. apply a small quantity of commercial and whatever you like, No more distress i:7-i: '" \11 !
An Impressive devotional servicewas O'Berry's eggplant methods etc., as fertilizer. Do likewise at intervals after eating, pressure of gas in :t ',
do.There are places that get a much led by C. A. Carson Rev S. W. he Is generally recognized as an ex- of three weeks until plants the stomach and around the heart. ,
do and at those pert In tbe cultivation of this vegetable Get one bottle of your druggist now y\Z 1
y,!, better rate than we Lawler and Dr. W. B. Wltherspoon and fruit are almost mature. Workin ,
t places you will find the merchant and made addresses on vital Interests of -more so than any other grower commercial fertilizer: when cultivating and try it on an absolute will guaranteeif be returned.- W. earn .ueh ........".../- J. 3 '.
o grower pulling together. I think it the Sunday school I I In this county not satisfied money __ .f FA." FIELD ad OAR- \; .,*
a good idea and hope the business men P. K Weaver managed the mus'c Mr. O'Bery illustrated and outlined From 60 Oto 800 pounds per acre DEN SEEDS that hays been et. r 4 .1
as will try It. As to the amount of land which was orchestral choral and con- to his visitors tbe following rulesas of commercial fertilizer required LET US HAVE YOUR BILL .4 ... ....w. t. b. .-.II ::1) ;I n

11I by all means they ought to have ten KrigBtlonal, and all very Inspiring necessary for successful eggplant when compost Is used as above. II WE WILL SURPRISE YOU .adapted. t* FI.rfda ..u ... f' '
x Five will not raise foodStuffs
acres. acres I'resldenl W. 11. Jones presidedIn cultivation: no compost is used put commercial
1 for the place iind any veif his usual graceful and Plow land. Disk or harrow (or fertilizer Into hills ten days before Order SIIe4 .r.m.tlr f.r I EW
l manner .
tables but with ten it would be different soil is CROP .t all ..rt..... .r SEED "
the attendance was about equal to both) it until thoroughly pulverized sowing hills or transplanting. Using If you want material, we manufacture ra,5'
He could put him in torn and BKANB. EGGPLANT MELON ; ,
ti if it worked and well fertilized he (the capacity of the house.The no compost and all commercial fer- from the stump and can save you SEED, HERD! CORN. KAFFIR
.l a+ ought to make 15 or 20 bushels per attention of the audienceshowed Open furrows six feet apart using tiliser requires a total of about one money. We Guarantee grade and CORN. MILLET, BBOOARWEKD, ; J
a six-Inch or eight-inch shovel plow ton of commercial fertilizer\ per acre. SORGHUM SEED. Ills
acre. The vegetables will all be off 1 an unflagging interest workmanship to be up to the Stand
and he could the and lghl-lnrh is better. Make tbe egg- If compost is not well rotted it
+ by June 15th to July let throughout evening a d..pCor ard. COWPEAS al
c fV 4 4IS" let that to crab gratia hay which Impression good was evidentlyleft plant hills In these furrows (1) by should stand In bills ten days or two 9 ,r I
would at least ton all depositing in the furrows one shovelful weeks before sowing seed or transplanting All Varieties.Ra.4e.uS 4 1
yield him per on present .
.y of barnyard compost where each plants Yellow Pine Lumber Co. *.... 0..... s4, a ,:..
acre.Unlike ---- --- --- moist '-.. 8. B...... 1 -.
some would have you believeI hill In to be and (2)) by covering If ground is subject to excess T ) ..
(i am a great advocate of home.raised I Make Your Dayi Joyoui.lliio lightly with Held dirt each shovelfulof ture or rainfall overflows Is to be Promptness Our Watchword.: POUI7TUY FEED, SUPPLIES, '.) .F i 4

:t- grass, but it does not take any great U II general wiirnliiK, tu elderly"omen compost (use a potato rake or alight used It must be bedded up in,:'lands"IIlx Phone 195. Kissimmee Fla. INCUBATORS KTC. ,It :" '"
:; effort to raise it. The fertilizer you I .Ner 1 pel" mil yourself 1 to liveIn hoe in covering) If seeds are feed wide and not less than eight ...f.... ..'_ .,
put on your vegetables will do the tlu |>nl 'J'hlN trli, k. inure tliiin inn pl.inlcd In field may be put In or inches high-for the eggplant has Write for Catalogue and Weekly J" :r

? work and if your land is not too highly thiiin else. "III urge M,"I. S> ofltn ve on compost before covering It with small affinity for wet land. Price Lint. ?

Lei ridged up you do not have to plow hour "om'n' say "IJfe 1 holds' iiofhlnx 1 BO 11. Mr. O'Berry is planting eight or RUBMYTISMWill Oldest K ..bltafc.. cad l.mrfrmt. it'1.;
I it. but if It IB then the best plan !ie to I Reed Horn** IB Florida.
I lire]| ,
I fill III"> """ HIM* 1111",1. 'I
rI give{ it a level surface and it will do cure Rheumatism Neu
.. the but if undertake likemany wllh m\ Intel! ours. In the 1'11"1"' I Headaches Colic E. A. MARTIN SEEDCOMPANY ,:, :\\1
rest ralgia, Cramps,
f" do and to buy put all you your land in vegetables will- rOIllI'IIIIIIIIIH.Ihnt| specs|' h Nntiiinlh:sad; 1 irii:, .se's', the(]feet] iiiiiiiii nro'1 IMHUI.of :;"::Xr.w!:;::;:! :::;::,: ::;;;;:g= Sprains- Bruises: .Cuts, Burns, Old ;ii i:1:i

come out looser your grain you filly.... mote llmls herself( dropping' Sores Tetter, Ki ng.Worm, Eczema 204.K..< Bar Street.JACKSONVILLE : \

a I rope no one will feel It nec"ssary Into reniluieetires. lull do not Indulge: r -1 etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,' FLA. (im> 14 ',...f"

) to look up my financial record on this In thin linMt ( "'n If It j.:1,1, \ n i I used internally externally. 25c J t I. .r.t, 11
b 4
The other plan which I heartily endorse luelniK liol\' sort .of pleiiHiire' Find
-- - -- -- 2>(
: f' is your packing house plan. I pleasure In those round you Force t
don't think there could he anything yourself to Ixt luteiestecl. in their Inter'eslH I Is Quickly

Started in Kissimmee that would he a Tblnk..t the future :Ne\er; |x>r. 2 Will
greater benefit to Osceola county and pr. ct. Insure
mlt to think that
r' Kissimmee than a packing house. We yourself your IIHeflll-1
have the range and the cattle right at ness la ended or your "rapiu' 'Hj I wherever you stop by the use of our Your Automobile Against FireFrom

our door unlike most towns that have I Jojment dulled I If you cannot piny Travelers Checks. convenient -
( They are very
packing houses where they have to tennis you certainly ran take brink I Internal External Causes .. 4l '
of loss when
no risk as you
pay so much freight to get. their cattle walk. In tbe fresh morning air-and .
": .. to market, we have them right here play bridge later In the day. if your carry much currency. Procure some Any Platt in the United State S4
and it would be a great. encouragement conscience permits. And there la no of us for your next trip.
\it to the cattle men to improve law against jour plating golf No matter where it is. in a private or public garage; in a =+ 'tfreight
their stock for the better the stock 1
Do not dress in what Is, known car or steamship
as a
4 Per Cent. Interest Paid
the more the profit. That works to a on
better advantage where you have a kittenish fashion but do not think;' Saving Accounts.iTIZENSBANKvKlSSlMEE. Cheapest Auto Insurance in Klimme
k packing house than where you sell on that because' years are overtaking you

1 foot as now. It will he proper and you must wear dun colored raiment The Springfield Fire & Marine Company, Capital $2,500,000 'r
1 alright and no one will think I am Do not brush your. hair back severely :,
taking unto myself rights that do not from your face and don an uncompromising .
-! to me. I will tell readerswhat
your Fluff hair
toque your on
+ saw and heard when I was in
either side if you part it, and under no
Columbus, Ga. in February. I was
'iU weefCs circumstances wear n severe pompa-
there two and stopped' a good Avenue
a part with an old friend or mine who dour unless you hove classic features .e A
bad been a butcher there for over 25 and a stately carriage.

::years and up to about three years ago Do not curl your hair with tbe iron
tl every man got his meat as he could, as this has a tendency to break hairs I SUPERIOR SERVICE.' COURTEOUSTREATMENT

; a hog here a cow there some poor which you cannot afford to lose. Better .
and some fat no way of taking care tar to soft curler
use rags or patent rare
of meat or rattler not knowing wheth- *. overnight and right here let us DIRECTORS:. The of the world
"or sick welliWReioeompany
1 a cow or a hog was or
.<': speak of the nightcap, which la enjoy ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON eyes
ing a decided revival Make this of
F. W.
T.,,' I" house just outside of town under gov- very thin china silk Interlined with i

,' "" ); rnment inspection. I went out with fine sheer wadding in which you strew the who
+'.t., n"; my friend and he introduced me to the sachet powder. This gives a charming I on man ?.

1. '. . manager and asked him to take met perfume to the hair and wards off

,through the plant. dangers from drafts If you sleep near ;;::;:: :; : "U I .lN .
l' ,4\\..> :Iwent through and took a look and an open window.Send rtlat.
ji that ...convinced me that a packing I
?, a house would pay. Everything was
; .. ,Just as clean as could be in the meat
Your ....
q ; rooms. There was meat hanging up us SAVESIT
:,i t la there that the k-eeper told me could "
N 'Stay I think he told me a year and be r.
&\ perfectly good. Talk about. your west- Orders For

1 ?} rn,meat they had it. May be not
Quite so large but just as fat. My
friend told me he could buy his own I BEAMS

Cattle and have them killed at that FIRE ESCAPES,

I packing house or he could buy direct CHANNELS I KEY WEST HAVANA for a moment man 1
from the packing house if he boughthis ANGLES AND young ,

"killed. own, weighed catle they tagged were and inspected marked ALL SHAPES $15.65 $28. 15 give a thought to self. The N

.1 and he paid a small storage fee and and return from

5 could get them as he needed them Ieve BOILER PLATES E problems that confront you now, or .

., Phoenix City Ala, just across TANK STEEL I ISSIMMEETHURSDAY : :
,the river from Columbus, is going to GAL.VANIZUDOOPPKB will a few years hence.
i build one. Can't be over four miles -
'J'are from the one on the Georgia side They AND JULY 22ND. Y

f" have had a good chance to know if ZINC SHEETS Look about yon--ta men of affairs ia country state aatioB-ys,
:, the one on the Georgia side paid ,
s ort
T .'S' '$ not. If it did not I (don't. think they TRUSS RODS ia tit world an the men wh started t* save early ia Hf..
would be building theirs. Via s
l J, .1 n ""-\ ;>They get carload alter carload off STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL They kayo the respect sad coa deace *f the eomnmaity. _,

.H : cattle from Florida and make it pay. Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Co. .
.. Then why not one here, where IRON WORK '
pay you The leak oa the tker side at tke fellows wk .,..d all tk!yMaks
,would not have to ship cattle? j 1t
.. I saw them butcher the cattle.your There 'I OF ALL KINDS Ticket laclnd Meal and Bank -tkey may kave a good time for a while, bat what does tbJrDOTMaaCty r'-' .

1 k, ,' is not one thing: lost. The blood goes ALL HARD WOODS Sold for Ship Sailing J.J, 22ad with rest? + :
% into a." and is dried and then it i ia Limit of August 2ad.

',,; .sold to the fertilizer plant A dollar or M deposited ia tku bank will b. tk.
r ',W. could have a tannery and shoe'' LAUNCHES For information, reservation or ticket* call on any Atlantic CoastLine
o factory. I don't.. why we could not DORIES AND Ticket Agent or aadea .f .a koaorable independent career. 9'g

as we Would have all the hides we SKIFFS I Make year beginning BOW-today. Year .
G. Kirkland. Division Agent. Tampa.
J. Passenger
'needed right hero."If '
bank I book wffl tke
,wo could got something like that BUILT TO pan way. _ajr; j j' c+;,K

}; "t' ; started that would give us a weeklyDay' ORDER .
toolthen you would see things BOILERS AND nStateBankof
.moving, along and the cattle men
\ coa1c1,aa.. the profit the other man TANKS BUILT TO a
1118kee. ORDER

I d'..JA&Un: for it. No one knows PUMPS FOR ALL

what a'great benefit it would be. PURPOSES R. S. FLOYD
,'"Hero's, for tho upbuilding of Kissim- Kissimmee ,
.,o tease aDd Osceola county. OOMPETENT FORCE

. .;t'., ,.' .'. ',,* B.-Woodall. FOR ROAD WORK Dealer In
., ,L AT ALL TIMES Capital MockRoooareo . .---r--------_.__$100,000.00' c
Ii ear; ',The .toUowlAcJQ"t.atloD la from PUMPING MACHINERYALL Groceries Hay Grain a.nd Feed oror _,. __..______r__ -.__-... '_'::L-400,000.00 e*
aC ofryour correspondents last
: ?
: Offkon sad Directors.C
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'.'""" 1! ' Sunday .liat'was "thi regularappointment Corner Broadway and.Dakin Are. A. CARSON Prcst. M.J.M. LEE.:VK O Prato .
+' ,
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'i' .had'aa.all 4ay foasV:the afternoon .
; 'J ice* .being conducted by,the Lay- Try Us on,Your NextOrder' For Feed ROMA..mOMAS. ;"
.,.. Cashier .. .
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.1.-' R'" . I I lt6'tn'huaaaity'' aad. faith U. god taM:fieU*" .of. *s r :.easapsMUon. 'h ....,.... M.rb s ,

,..>., '." $ : : IAWER( I say faith la :yourself I do not her' IpsTCstiMM' lee l that ......... v' : ;w ...1u lb.yusal
tVSt *
i BB. :TKir.fw, : i BI : ; JRAT senseless egotism but qualify through her mutetarW i of.the pact Takf'th*' Old eUaadavd OKOVara
" I P for a place and work then be; have dons *o much to soften and bias TAJTKLSSa chill 1ONXC::; Tom know
: ..St .1.C.Blnp. a BpeeWty in the ,possibilities of achieve- Whatever. debate there may hatethe I wla yow ass takin Ch* teissala |*

<*3! .a.'' u"-B, 'K1a tpa't.! ...,: bMM I .; The. man who Is wanting in the part she may play. mad: I prisrted or' ., ,1.a.s..' ehaytas; ft. I*
: AIICADIk In' himself' and his 'work -win. final finish"for her may be, it It not an I In* and,Iron' la a tQulnln ....... .....'.., ,
i -- few, convert If he'does not open question that in every home God: drive oat tlselalta. ., _:
I "" ... in himself he will not be able has bnilded a throne' and set woman Ira '6tdWa.ap; tile systesa., J0 a.M 1Jr
t .DR. J.: W. SIMPSON make others believe in him. .: .
Have thereon aa queen. With her own hand - y: f.ij rp'
.. The ''Ji..... S.. W- Lawi.r'pator'afthe ; 'l -The' b in humanity thrOnrh'lt the she may ,fling away her crown' and . j ''
i 'DENTISTUpstairs Methodist church- here was the 1 the lives 'and moves. In ...eryland leave her. throne. but none can>take
C t" ;:w' ' In"Katz'Building orator at the commencement exercises or lea an ia"a vast multitude who are Itfrom her.if she chooses, to hold J it. .e- .

,, 0<.<10..JIouna, 'ap ;'as to 11'" of tha.Arcadia High School last Wednesday where are the upward way* Some It The bom has vr been Is today, ever Y ' ,... ., 1:'". to 10 D. .m.1.photisNo.TS evening.: His addreu'hifull. a ,man' true are making painfully slow pro- will be the, bulwark' of church'and a yh; '
... ..' . j Jim'" .11 yr.. was as follows: better 'edu !' but their faces are,.set toward .tat*.. jTo my mind If woman'would ROOF r-" J'r.1 3 '
To the Trustees, faculty and graduating tar adapted hills. They hat the low and vile, render to the world the largest and
''....... '. : class, ladles'and gentlemen: better 10"\ the high .and good. Join best .service let her prepare herself "-
DR..W."W;. ; CARSON;, -I esteem It an honor'to be asked to wants an them and they will Join with you for. home building and motherhoood.
' Kul ", "rDENTISTORic deliver the 'address before you-this! will give us a world conquest for good. -,. The'.n..l The horn 1* God' appointed plae-of YOU. ,CAN,
evenings I congratulate '.The I of faith and the angel of victory ' ''t
youupon rest and rebuilding.. Levels ever to Ita" 'the hot gatppN 1 +
over> Pilley-- Building your interest in education, your earnest 1* growing twin, brothers; the one looks up be the soul's refreshment. and whose store th... ._ u....\, /
I Office Hour!'. __11. 11Offla'Phone effort to Inculcate those principles grow .Ii.e. the .earth to heaven, the other love 1* sweet and .t'.wh'e. o.. te :
so strong, so so sat
111 Residence 'Phone .1 which look to an and I!. 'Is down from heaven to earth. I I..tall. 1.(0. .oITAL CEI1..% X r-
strong isfying that of rg
a good
*< m ,
0.. Administered for JSztraoUoa of thane woman. '1105. The meet luting eslt. J
Teeth citizenship.. One equipped for who can i t Have faith in God. "The fool hath I What; put so much iron Into the bloodof '. raw. 08. ..... eoaequentl7,
proficient service.: I commend you for trees to In bill heart there Is no God" but a man a* the smile of a little child. the o..a.. ...' is the ..eS. aDd ..
for :your splendid building your Strong fruit each : seer and the prophet know that be What knit heart to heart life to life .5k I. are. '..aI.and.."PT'.r ,write artSoUe.wter
t\ DR. H. 3. GEIGER faculty and the synspat; iy'you. havegiven V** 'F.* all things there la a wise and om total to soul!, and baptises all with the '
them in their work. power that makes them work oil of gladness as- when husband and t.ekI. A
:' ,PHYSICIAN: SURGEON For fifteen years I have watchedthe the word II I know that t* the eye that wife look down into the sweet face ofa ..... .......w...t P...d.ela'Oi.. I '
Cltben.,Bank Building growth' of your town and rejoice waiting in i without faith there 'often seems te eommou"01r.priu., May yon young' JI.--nuo.- ....__ A....

Klaha..... Fla. with you in the Arcadia of today tomorrow ; in its sin retrograde movements, but the eye men and'young ladies, who enter the ..... .
Phones <>Irl_ Ill or 14 it will be better still. foryou to faith sees that all things are mov mat school of life today, forth '.
r a lll.a.. an 14-iyi It has been somewhat difficult to you go- Onward and straight lines to the Mptised with the spirit .of go arch, Y"'i
\ decide the I high goal God. has set for the ;
upon mesage would bring carry? sustained by the great'
you who go out from your local school I I have .'* Men believe in broad plains and which..are. tile foundation stone of CEIUNCIr
d T. .H, RIVERS. ,M. D. to learn the broader, lessons. of life. educational on them.banks' and strong character. May labor
l 'I. I shall not attempt so much to bring mind there storehouse* and goods in them, wisely and well, and at the sunset .
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON you a message of information as on. cational and'grain in them but the hour com with sheave unto< Him W.D..AKINSON. and "" .' oR
v of inspiration and hope; a message commercial that contribute most to man's HARDWARE
who.promise a sure reward. XO3CEOLA CO.
Office Oaceola Pharmacy ,
over that will help- to sustain you in the turning have operated in the spheres of ',: 7r'
Phone Resldeaoe II battles you shall seek to.Win. studies to- unseen.,, Low of God and love of
-0<<10. 14*. In presenting you The Man of Tomorrow training Is a fact a verity as truly as the j '

I wish you to consider some doubt but \&; .tone.,of your streets, yet so UGH CALOMEL MAKES' ,YOU :SICKDON'T ))1'
I of the opportunities that will be offered alone ... and noislessly does it move ,. f
DR. C L. HYATT and what Is needed on your partto sad and the world with hand. full of .
make use of those opportunities.From tional that no man has heard its '
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON the dawn of the first day each turning out .' no eye hath marked Its go STAY BILIOUS cgNSTl ifEQ'1\ t }
period of the world's history has held gatherers "ris through faith that the love ,
Kliilmrae' Pla. out large and splendid opportunitiesfor can come man and God comes to bless and en .:
'Phones Olrlo. the man who was able to use them. wealth .. our live. ,
148 To be sure possibilities of larger and Teacher h. ; The pathway that leads to helpful "Do o.', Urir TIBI" Win Clui Your Your dragfttt bf 8MlePhIIe' you' k
better output and results have increased more than in the future will not be a SO eent bo ti., of Dodson's' Liver..Ton* I y
with the passing of the years until than .. way. Self sacrifice and un Sligglsh liver Bitter nil Ciloati under my personal guaraatee;that, it ..., t y -

z GEO.F.PARKERATTORNEY.AT.LAW now we stand awe stricken, and almost If you giving of life for the benefit lid wW clean jour sluggish l liver better tharf .1
dazed before the possible morrow others incessant toil and weari Cujrtjilhitt. nasty calomel it wont mats you slek. (

achievements offered us. a world battle\ and blood must mark the Caloteel makes yon slcki rod. lose a and -TOG can eat anything you 'west. i

, 1 These opportunities are alike great The way. The world has a right day's work. Calomel' i* quicksilver and without "being salivated. Your druggist .
i Collection. and Conveyances in that they offer you a chance in the transit ha. demand of you the noblest and U salivates; ealomel Injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful will start 't':ZI;

k Specialties! acquisition of wealth to write your ( life the largest and most If you are bilious j feel, lazy sluggishand your liver, .d... your, bowels and .
r" name in an honored place in history, the world's service, and the man who de all knocked out if your bowels are straighten ,
you up'I by morning of'yon -
111 1Broad..ay or lend your life to your fellow. in brother's this for personal gain ease or constipated' and your bead aches or ., K
useful service.Someone tion and is a coward and a laggard stomach. is sour, Just take a spoonful of get your money back. Children'gladly, f
G. F. KRIBBS has said it is not to be regretted terlocked over his name shall be written harmless Dodsons Liver Tone insteadof take Dodson's Liver'Tone because it;' la .. .
that great men die early but til no Remember that very man using sickening, salivating!; calomeL pleasant tatting and doesat' grip*: Of'! ;
;+ ATTORNEYATLAWBxamlnatlon that they should live too long, and cit apart from into the future the wisdom and Dodson' Liver Tone Is real liver m.dlcine. > cramp or make them sick.. ;
ing Thomas A. Edison as an example of England the strength and the weak You'll know It next morning because I am selling millions of botUeS of .
moT of Payment Titles a Specialty.of tau ol saying that if he should live to be 100 of New the victories and defeats of all you will wake up feeling fine, Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have i >?
e Notification non-residents riven careful years old he would leave nothing in the yesterdays, and these shall deter- your liver will be working, your headache found that this pleasant vegetable, liver d
attentlpn.\ the world of electricity for men to cadia and his character: fitness and success. and dizziness. gone your stomach. medicine lets the plaot'' of; dangerous M
KlMlmmee. Fla. work out who would come after him, are this, that our tomorrows are will be sweet and bowels r cular. You calomel. Buy one bottle on*my-sound, ;/
and when we see the great, rapid and anese our yesterdays brought forward will feel like working. You 11 be cheer- reliable guarantee. Ask; your'' druggist ''f' v ?
+ a Pat Johnston a. P. Qarr.M astonishing progress that is being to Berlin I all their loss and gain writ down full full of energy, vigor and ambition.wi. about me. W
made on almost every line, we are ing at home letters large, and our tomorrows
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW sometimes tempted to believe this but the water be but the moving -up of our to-

in talking with Mr. Edison sometime uprising If a man would have sunshine WHERE: SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
since I asked him if in a few years goes on its bask in on the morrow he must

:; Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank longer he would not reach the outer for those it up today. If he would run NHi.r,. "16
BuildingKlMlmmee. possibilities of invention and discovery land. on the race course of the future ,+ '
"''r Fla. in electricity. He laughed and Laura must give himself to rigid disci THE STATE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FDa .
said, I have not learned the ABC's hearts of and training today. If he would GAINESVILLE. FLA.WOMEN''TALLAUASS (-r .0'

siti of it yet. There is no limitation save bonds that tomorrow he must cut the Standard the same u those'-efFthe" i .
Ixrole C. Massey T. PJeton WarlewLate that fixed by man's ignorance and Tomorrow of today to the minimum. Highest standards, ranking- with the best colleges and uirersitiese, .' ' .
l Counsel for Judge of the this law larg".t and best universities of the '
there is I. .
; no appeal.To country. ' Q
Ela R. R. Comm.: Criminal Court lethargy. This is equally true of of North and Bast.1ST Hod.rn and equipment(r all ,
every science and along line of though ladies of the class the buildings .. ; r ny.
MASSEY & WARLOW every you young students last .,..Ion. Total en modern convenience ,, -
progress.Go The of the evening may seem to rollmentI0, Including Summer School.t71 students regular tern. ; III summer
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORSAT with the scientist as he steps been directed to your brothers, term). total. .enrollment last._lon< i' ; r
tions call Tuition free, excepting ftO.OO 111. ,
LAW from star to star or planet to planet, I have not intended it. In that per .
.. Practice In all the courts of the State . so semester for law. Tuition free: in College'-and Normal vi ,'
weighing them in the balance and and most sacred union of hoo1
and of the scholarly man For further Information address ancl"I.t-'r
Railroad Commf..loe.etaa4the For catalogue uoQ'wrtteA. 'i
the Florida writing down their velocity; ask him crated 'aLc'f woman God hath pronounced them
Interstate Commerce Commlseloa if he has discovered all the glory and coma to and the and nature and society have A. MURPBRBB. PRESIDENT. EDWARD CONRADt. PRESIDENT" l Ii

11...Orlando.Charleston Fla. Bids- l&-lrr greatness of all tha worlds and he will ship. If and re-echoed> down the ages '..
tell you that the greatest thing of it true in a '. proclamation. From the first STETSON UNIVERSITY DE LAND:FLA. .
1 all is the eye at the small end of the tion. until today man and woman's COLLEGE OP LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN' The standards are'the'. hlgbes4.
glass, and In the years that will follow of the world of Joy and sorrow have been Equipment.= for work lu science unsurpassed.. A strong faculty and, a 11'.1.1.estabilshed -' ?.,

:. DR. M. J. HICKS that eye wil behold new glories, greatest I mingled. They have marched COLLEGE reputation.OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN. Separate buildings.- Liberal- ac
and tell them to the world. said '. way ,together' and as'. in the Arts and Courses for School Teachers. Doraestlo Science.," -j --i: .. ,<
f 1 PHYSICIAN' and Go with him as he climbs the mountain parr I woman always .tin the lead. COLLEGE OB LAW. Threw professors who are College and Law Gradual.a.
SURGEON give their entire time to Instruction In this department. MasrnlBceot. lib
and the written the world'
r crosses valley >and digs States history '
but 'I rary, practice court. room class rooms and debating club rwna r" "' ,
", Office State Bank Building In the hills and talks about the ages world- and. with, ; the-.woman COLLEGE TBCHNOIXX1T AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC' ARTS/"
r. ask' him if 4n 1s gerletters. In making anloal. Civil Electrical and Chemical Engineering and Manual Tralulne-
41 C long goner' there will be ,
office '
Phones. that the .
; decrees. ,* ..
leading to Fine new bulldln**, costly equipment. < - .
I : Resfdsnc.44., any new thing left for the man-who est, nation ; ; .,statement'I apology to TflACHKRfT COLLEGE Leads to a degree. The entire eaulpment-of :
muse .come after him and he will tell men who are in the audience, for Collere of Liberal Arts and the-Normal School .Is used (or the benettt of t y ,
you he ie dealing with surface thing., Should ; is not a. man among us who pursuing:: this course. : - "_ "*
and The rapid COLLEGE OP BUSINESS. Bookkeeping; br beet methods. '+> i
Man Tomorrow must tell not know that the hand of mother
Its branches. Shorthand and typewrttlnar. fcUctlve courses gpea, in Y
wealth and Fla.'t
J. W. THOMPSON you the true and full story. wife sister or lover has made or eSf'pa' faculty and commodious buildings. / 11
tat'. Ask the doctor if 'men have learn- and sober him. Go back to the garden PREPARATORY: ACADEMY. Graduates prepared: to enter Harvard; 41
Princeton Cornell Michigan/ Chicago and all first class _Uegs. ""
ed how to eat arid to sleep to work tory come straight down the line and ;
IU'FUNERAL have their MUSIC SCHOOL. A fl0.000 pipe organ, a large number. of piano,. large. ki
DIRECTOR and to play, to prevent and heal diseases fall that has come to man has ulty. thorough courses of study. J" " . r. +v'
so as to come to the best of 'old age and i at the hands of woman. Watch ART SCHOOL. New .Iud o. Costly casts, modola, eta. ''Kusvom. 'of, : : \

andLICENSED life, and he will reply that The Man of ture Where has aa he overtops the hill and plants Arts.Address Regular: and special JOHN courses B. STBTSOM a-lven. VMIVKHSmr. PeLand.- d : .. ,. ..
Tomorrow will come with better instruments are banner of victory, and if you ..,r ",
EMBALMERr and institutions, with a veh and with a sure eye you will\ see in .. ,,.
r more accurate knowledge of diseasesand great background the gentle strong ,' ..,"
their treatment and life will be destined to of a woman.I V
., .. and Chapel, Stewart Ave stronger and sweeter. Ask the preacher earth T The am glad that the. bands are no PEAS"V:
and teacher to show you a full orb hundred laid upon the education of wo "COW .1
- 4'", Klsslmmee. Fla. I ed man and they will say to you wait United not even in the most of the hea .. ,-
I until The Man of Tomorrow comes I Sixty years land. It was a day of hope
?f/ '' .. with newer and better books, a higher I puted at $ institutions of learning were AH tie standard varieties la stock. Will MO .t quart .c.';: ( .(, ,

+ P. A. Vans Agnew W. B. Craw.* culture and AGNEW & CRAWFORD for him who shall have a better knowl- '' are not were open for her com- delivered . ::-1. ,
VANS edge of man and God; wait until that needed by For a long time men sacrificed .ai"- ..... ';J -..;,:. t, '
QATTORNEYATLAW surer wisdom and greater grace has are not educate their sons, but thought .; .I' I" ,', .
: .. Offices: 3-4-5-6 Citizens Bank wrought upon the soul of man-my vast .... daughters did not need it. and e t. .i?; :<,
Building successor will be able to show you the land. ; some years we have been reaping' :
KlMlmmee. FloH--. what I cannot. houses, folly of our seed sowing as men KILGORE SEED COMPANYV t !ir >:.
When we go into the field. of the every hill do. '" i ,
world's choice literature listen to the PLANT OTT, FLORIDA. .r< .
If I had to make choice of educat t Yl7 S.l .
sighs and sobs, the shouts and out number the young men or the young ladies .
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW of those who cried and laughed who discoveries today I would choose the latter. 1, : '
hated and loved in the years that lie world The one has said, and it is not with- i rltl. . I
Behind we feel that the field of literature the some truth that it does not make .....o..o.. . . .. . .......,. ...... ., h ,
has already been overworked and of our difference what kind of a fath AW18EHANt :. 1 ,:, 1 +
that The Man of Tomorrow will not be It was "!. M-5'.. I > \-1 ;
Waring Building. a child has, but it is all important / ... m1 t
able to do more than reannounce what experiment la his mother. If this is but a st_ carries .IIIDdaFlU:7IKSuB: ,:" r \\tf" ,
his predecessor has written down, but tion of free truth we see where the burden 'r ANCE t. ._protect hi*J:, .prepertywhll ';
of we forget that new born babe people, the the world's uplift lies. It was the he I I. living" a"-ple'UFBi' .. ,
When In Need a the wals
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comes fresh from hands of God has never mother who won the battle INSURANCE t* protect his fain :.., ,
+'' VETERINARY SURGEON who never grows old, and who never experiment : upon her stalwart son his U7' the event of hi* death.".H*' .. .:.t.. ;ti"t

-.Call ..ForAl repeats himself. It is a new life that Our she whispered come not back *; ......... hi* ,*. ar.I.c'capacity . 1I.J r'i '
_. has come into the world that is new tion laid it me save to ..1..,ig victory. When i by taking oat aa ACCIDENT and I' / ,'\
S F. RICHMOND and fresh every morning. The heroes dation, that has died but and the historian / HEALTH"\POLICY-,- B. oav,';'tIt.r; '? ,f _.
Horses Clipped. II ana up. and heroines of tomorrow will fight thereon :; truth upon its pages he will i ..r. aid*.. ', '. r. .. 'x'o
on new battle fields, and for those we have the world that the truest, bravest i ,w. .writ. aU -line of 'INSUR.ANCB .,l 1' '''',
Loughman RoadPhone Their. which have never yet been won. shall abide most invincible army that ever I 1 .thaTlnsarea. and eodurea.No .> 't. .'
; S Klsslmmee Via cry shall be a new and their. must p rr t "
111-1 cry on any field were the men of *. butt RELIABLE *ld hits e*..:, Pe .
song shall be a new song, and it will While '
Confederacy and be should add paaie* in this sj' ,' .'t -. r d'ate' '
require newer and greater genius to wreck and S "r 5. WAGNER' 'f* .,
--v Riedel thereever men with mother V- 0: j v, - .
Robert catch and interpret; them to a new of the past, wives like unto the men of the f 8cs)4'FWorrQllzMia: Bask'.S24g 1 ; fit,\ t'kissiroeer'

world. about the and the world will answer back ..,.. ., ..,1 r .i
:;? CARPENTER AND .CABINET SHOP When we read the poets catch the a dark eveiTh faith and strength of ._ ,' "ftu.. ;; : wea y aJus

music of the day dawns and sunsets, empire of ...' mother sent him from the .. . .. .- ,.
Wbdew sad Doe Screw, Repair of the birds song and mating, of field ducts of. : .. but to be Israel's leader, and
1' aad Cablatt Work. and forest, of,sky and ocean we feel ed with an at last to dig his grave on l ebe'. .

, that the final note baa been sdunded, ed an '" .. .... ,,,.. '. '
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'Phonost Shop 21<" Residence 231I and the last tweet harmony has been ever.Other Almost every calling and walk of 'Eu ft"'PJ al .1.,.....

'Ef: Darlington Ava, Near Freight Depot made but when we stand in the dawning our nation, is now open to woman and many t .LrkewHomeMA -" p '
I of a new day and catch the first ruled our entering lo. Tomorrow other '>.. ---4 1Ua.' a..u i / '
note of a wild bird when we note how morrow is : .will be jiad they' will en flees...'C.eaf.elbM, 'aML'l* i. f.aleLt. : ; 'I' $
", "noiselessly the spring time her crown tional : those also. Whether! ,this Is .wise :::--- a. rUHCo, ;:.. ,.p'.rlpgton.lHpteJ ;:
," NOTICE of. verdure weaves, and the crimson build:. In '"
; '. .rwisr r think -> ; '
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t '\ ., itroak on'the ocean cheek grown into build:for. with authority.. It U an experi ,13'.;JAMrA. rLA. ,. T' .. o: RUSHING. "tier.; .
is'- -. ..AatpFLtvery.., the great'sun-our hearts assure. as few'Ishs'ett*-, ,'not however aa to whether wo .- .. .
1. v<.Wm..canfor.: and'take-you to any that. the\musea"wait with-harp all : ; ar* capable! .' lawyers, docto.Juwom.n ...; "
. ..' ;part of city for;: 25c.-Get your party strung to, place; the'hands: of to and *tc.t but it to' be T
;; ready J six goes a* comfortably a. one. morrow's' ';singer;.for'.the'"wld',,-beat unmindful, if it ha* been gain or loss B :'VLEW H.Or1\E ,
'. .' :Auto in front-of F 1i J'Shoe .storewhen" < :;' y.; J: " lie. in Its D I womanhood ..Dd'there ore. to'the) I
daytim.and..atGraJlto : Tnrn'wher.jots:: may'there'are no not be ; New strletlv inoderat; 1* stories..aolwt.i".roproot: IK ...
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wait with-p..a ba-tk. We1I- polntocl "oePtJ- kay *
'-., Jm.tat; night.. Phone. 2 42., barreD lIeJda;but all for the corning Individual., ,come has been at the.expense of, Teleph !. _. -roo... '-MWary emrSr' ." a& ltallon perlt. .All .s
.:f<" 'R 1 of the man whose blade shall,be life. > Some .:'finer amoniUa ;that character- Well Ilg rr.. vamp rooms.. %war and blHlaWs.roomXjgi .
'v'r :& :5" keen and unerring to reap. the harvest some thing' the.loftiest::and> most admirable .."i_ a Ja'ear .. pope , prioa.Bat.-4 sad. upb. .:o .

l i M tI.Jqne5:. QP of golden,grain.:" '-';'' ,! be factor of,womanhood.: Hay sh.. notoff. 'Lltra&a,> ._ Yj
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'. lOrd; of Mr. Rexford. . j I S .eri.,. or ADIII1STATOLi OEJFE FOR FtHSMCATIOsI.Maude .'
L .. .. PU.Cur.4ln6toI4Dmyi.. _, S 1I .. aessIt V..... Sts.. .c P'aia. --
: Mr., :. and Mrs. F.. H.. Tlner called Yew' 4nicsiM will .*...d .:'l oMy clf t..MOINTIIKNT I i iH.sir _ oath "..-. *v.nd*. ....... C.emtyI.

i at the home'of J. H. Nlgbswonger. ..... ..ears asw MM clltrUa*. 5. c.-. .(' C-tJ'. .,..... ..... edF3es14. Vbm.-v.:: : . ." S S
< ' The Home Garden in the South afternoon. .Had.Msadlag_TrotrmAimf Mtos In. 14 daraTb o-Iac-t,. Morr *.ComplainantMerrtsv
Sunday ::
: amapplfrstfam. glvss Maa.aa4.. .KasC Ma. In >. *i.a'i.1' : Sc vs. -
I .Wesley, Alman'rapenia.t -- Peter Ovllaa. - 3 oD Zfefradant.- S

_*; : .. ,'4 A": s.i.i '.< rsirteesl ....... ... .r.r.....* fcr ;", .!.<...'Ds.rb.. week on Wltluecoocbee river returning . S Notice U . given 1i..1 whan It appearing by affidavit! appended te
.b+ .c ...._1......' 'j just la time for th. big celebration It mar _..... that on the 4th day oi the hill Bled Tn the above-stated cause
'. llt RSLEYAND, PARSNIPS }::1 E Bept.mb.r A.Tx. 1111. I ball apply to that Boon Morris, the defendant there!
_ j/ 1:1 i N.., JMUSTARD, OKRA. ONION /P la Klsslnxmee..'if! ? the Hoaorabls T. M. Murphy, fudge ol In na...",. !. a non-resident of the state

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,". - - - - --- . . "."a. .-. - - We are-* glad to"welcome Mrs. ,J.' .5 . ,- aid court ..... of probate. of Florida" and Im a resident of Mem
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'ff\l.\ .... .. ... ..!'... ,.9. The saint nsake* It .... ne'er 4be .eiaf .. final discharge .. administrator of the phis, Tennessee over the age of twentyon -_
q I H., Steffee ,In our midst again after f.. COMTIMBNTAl. MOMTOAOK ..ta... of < pet.r On '- .deceased;. and years ft. Is therefore o ,
Mustard !1. used largely for greens Priie Taker. In some sections of the an several week ;1 She COMPANY T_ emsi ._ It ate S>Mcent. that at the same time I will prsssnt to that saul non-resident defendant I . .

___r and can be crown in early sprInt and south the Creole I. grown and the has been visiting her son; Harmon *.r .mr ...... fmtrmmm er._.. the said court my Seal aooonnts aUhdminlutrtor he Is hereby required to appear. to ,
Louisiana Red is .... of said state, and askfor bill flied In said cause
o4 late autumn according to the United or Creole a popular Steffee. resJ eiat .y. Tell ae7.i. of complainant
thslr approval. before the Ind day of IAIaCU.t.
Bermuda is vraats and Ire will s..p.rst. on or Monday
varietyThe a good typeof
_ States Department of Agriculture'new George Overstreet was the happy with y- Dated March 4. D" 1111. A. D.. Itlt otherwise the allegation
: ;: fanners''. bulletin No. 647. The mild flavored onion and is desiredby recipient of two'crates of Elberta N. BRTAlf.-.- of _Id-bill well b. taken as

eeda for. the spring crop should be many. The important varieties of FErrET & COMPANY Adminiatrator.ORDER confessed' by said defendant. r..ib.
peaches Monday. We bad the
Bermuda Wax White Bermuda on 141 LYTTOlf BLbO. CHICAQO.:: It Is. farther ordered that this .
be Crystal
oil are -
the put : ,
can .
own as lOOn as FOR PI1LICAION.I.
": pleasure of sampling some of them. published one a w..rot' four eon
into condition. For the fall crop lowl and Red Bermuda. J eoutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee Val.
the seeds in lat.'summer or earlyjutnmn Parsley.Par.ley .. Thank you very much George they IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIItlllllLegal deceit c...., Btate..f ra...... B.vJeidlctal Icy Qaiette. a newspaper published .issaid
"- were perfectly delicious. _tta Clremlt. Oseeele Cosinty '
county and state.
about foot apart. is used mainly for garnishing -
: .: in drills one Winifred V. R.ep, Complainant This tenth day of June A. IX 1(1(.
,4 :t.\&. the plants require but a short time meats but can be used for flavoring l 'L (SeaL) J. I*. OVHRSTREHT,

1 in "which to reach edible maturity, f reiquent soups and other foods. Sow parsley The meat consumption of Englandis I Edwin L. Steep, Defendant.. Clerk Circuit Court.,
seed thickly In drill 119 pounds capita annually.When Johnston eV QarretC
7- I sowings should be made. or sow per I Advertisements rt appearing by affidavit. filed In the
Solicitor for Complainant. t4t
& F"Varieties recommended: Giant Os- broadcast and cover lightly either in I : : above-stated cause that Edwin L. Reep, ft

y 11 'trlck Plume and Large-Leaved Curled. autumn or early spring. A space a the defendant therein named Is a nonresident i
I; will be sufficient for .-1111111111111111111111111 of 'the state of Florida. and AN ORDINANCB.
\ Gumbo. yard square I. Burma SAn
Y Okra. or -resident of Blngu Upper
par.ley. MOTI0R OF APPLICATION FOR 'AXDERD India over the of twenty-one ordinance to amend Section II of
' of okra in the afterdanger
: |i Sow. seeds open Varieties recommended : Plain tastl tabl d.U.aeI.sList SnIDER HKCTIOKIB ST4 AND years; It Is therefore ordered that' said "An Ordinance Prescribing DeflnInr -
r of frost is over ana the soil\ ..s tic. wrA .7B OBNBRAI STATUTES bYTHE nonresident defendant b. and Is hereby the Regulations Governing and
Double Curled.
Leaved and
; becomes quite warm. The rows should TATUOF FLORIDA required to appear to th bill .r! Pertaining to the Management Accounting -
I Parsnip. complaint filed In aald cause on or before and Use of the Municipal ,
r lie three to four feet apart for dwarf Sow seed in the $;:. N..,_ .. _y G..... that WDI... Monday the SIb day of SeptemberA. Electric Light WatseworkaiidS.w.crag. .- ... ,.
parsnip spring
% $ t varieties and four to five feet for the .a. J.ttmm .. __.._. .. Vax O.rtia.aKN D.. 1916. otherwise the allegationsof Plants and ay.t...... and Service I
f. tall kinds.- Sow the seed a few inches soon as danger of hard frosts Is over, *. To*, dated 7th ddT of July A. O said bill will be taken ... confessedby of Same, and House Wiring and Pinms-
4. and thin the plants in drills fourteen tp sixteen inches jell, has filed .. Certificate: In said defendant. tag in the City of Kissimmee. and Provldlnsf -
part in the row apart. Thin the plants to stand three my office ana has made application for It Is further ordered that this orderbe Penalties for the Violation (of
jt',:. to eighteen Inches to two feet apart. the Tax Deed to Issue In accordance with published once a rkvrl: eightcons.cutie Such Rerulatlons," \ S
inches in The cultivation -
Give frequent shallow cultivation until apart rows. law. Said Certificate embraces the following weeks In ) ua- Be It ordained by the Coun'oll of the
the nearly of parsnips should be about the described property situated In. sette, a newspaper published In said city of Klsslmmee that Section S< of
...' 1 plants are grown. same as for beets and carrots. A Oscoola County State of Florida, to- county and state. "An Ordinance Presorlblnsr aB4.D.fln-
.J The pods are the part of the plant wit: Lots T and S of Block I HI vf the This Jun. A. D.. 1911. leg the Rcrulatlons Ooverslns and
be in late
Geed for food and should be gathered crop may planted summer you buy.BREAD ..-. Town of St. Cloud. Florida. J. L. OVERSTREET.Seal Pertaining to the Management Ac- '..
while 'still crisp and tender. If the for winter use, and the roots may be The said land being assessed at the ( ) Clerk Circuit CourtC. of the Municipal .

: .?' Y to allow none left in the ground through the winteror date of Issuance of said certificate In B Solicitor ROBINSON.for Complainant 17-lt Electric Light Waterwork and Sewer- .
; pods are mo as until needed as freezing II believedto the name of F. Deal; Unless said Certificate ace Plants and Systems, and Service ofSame.
S f -to ripen, the plants will continue to shall b. redeemed according to and House Wiring and Plumb- \.
S 4 Y (bear until killed by frost. improve the flavor of parsnip If law Tax Deed will Issue thereon on NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Ins In the r.f Klsstmmee. forf
? recommended: White Vel- it ii desired to plow the garden before the Tth day of August A. (_.........) viding .. the I
Varieties ;t.Pei.'i'. Serial No. 011(6 Such Rerulatlons," be amended to readas
'j.S Perkins the parsnips are disposed of. they may Witness my hand and seal at
:; -vet. Dwarf Green Prolific, Ask for the BESTWeakeLEveryGrocer.eUit Klsslmmee City, Florida, this Tth day D.p r4sasit of the InteHer. follows:
be dug and stored cool
:Mammoth. Long Podded, and Lady in a place or of U. S. Land Office at Gainesville.. Fla.. No hose shall be used without a .
: burled in banks or pits. J'jI.Yi..AwrJ.. EET. Clerk Circuit June I, 1916. y noscle and no nossle shall be morethan
S Fingar. Parsnips may be boiled and eaten I Court Osceola County State of Notice Is hereby given that Tames n 14 Inch In diameter. Yard nxturri ,. '
: 0.1_. Florida.By Young of Lokosee, Florida who on shall not be converted Into lets ;
with and baked
For early bunch onions it Is the or I' JAMES M. JOHNSTON. D. C. May 18. 1911 made Homestead Entry or fountains nor shall the hose, while '
-' very with meats the same as potatoes. Circuit Court Seal.) 24t No. 08166, for B 1-1 of 8W 1- In use be fastened to any frame post
in drills :rllls1i:4i.
common practice to plant seta Varieties recommended: Hollow of NE1and NE1-4 : Section or tree or mechanical device, but shall

a twelve to fourteen inches apart and Crown and Sugar.HII1NGLE K.ISAKERYTake NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR' TAX 18, Township tel: : Range lEast. < be held In the hand. Lawn sprinklers. S
however be used and '
two to three inches apart in the row. o. DICED tINDER' BBCTIONB 574 AND Tallahassee has filednotice may permitted to ,
run during the hours hereinafter
i- of 1 Intention to make Three-year prescribed -
The sets may be put out in the autumn B75 OBNKIIAI. HTATVTBIt. '
S the .. .. ......... THE STATIC OK FL.OR1UANetlee shall be
5, or as early in the spring as above described before clerk of circuit Sprinkling confined to the ,
# In the cooler O court at Klsslmmee Florida on the frontage or area paid (or. and water "
5 land be prepared. Ia Hereby Given that B. S.
can "
f 4 needS 4. CREEK ITEMS O .. . .. Und day of July, 1916. I hall not be wasted by sprinkling; untl./. / L
regions of the Booth the seta will\ Baaaa, Vmrvttmnrr T Or some protection 'planted in the fall, 0 4. 134(1. dated 7th day of July. A. D. 19U I of Lokosee Florida; J. B oft In cutters, or on adjoining property.A .M
) straw be used to keep ... . . . . . ..... LivVerLaxAnd has flied said certifIcate In my office Owens. of Lokosee Florida'' ; B H. Guy; Are alarm shall be the slirnal for '
andhay or may for Tax Deedto
; Si and has made application of Loliosee Florida; J. M. Dixon. of stopping the use of private hose and ;
S them from freezing.For Last week we had eager anticipations iHftue In accordance with law. Said Lokosee, Florida. sprinklers until the fire .Is over.

dry onions sow the seed thickly of the fifth! This. week we Feel WellDon't Certificate embraces the following ROBERT W. DAVIS. The council reserves the right to restrict '
twelve to fourteenS described' property situated In i)tteula 26-6t Rtglsterr the use of hose and sprinklers I >
In drills about !
: are talking about the grand releoia- County. State of Florida lo-wll I Lot to certain seasons or hours, should do-
!ii Inches apart in the spring as soon as (tlon at KUMmmee. 11 and 12 of Block A. C. A. Car on'a NOTICE KOR IMRLICATION.Pabllsker. . meMlc use necessitate It; also the right ,

4 danger from hard frosts is over. For Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartle Mr. suffer from the 111 effects of Addition to KlBHlmmee City. ( .) to require special rate. paid for largeor \
S early bulbs the seed may be planted inactive liver such as headache The .aid land being assenited. at the Serial No. 01Z 40 extravagant lawn fountains or Jet.. ,
-: and Mrs. Garrett called at the home an Hald Certificate in
date of Issuance of Hours for sprinkling from 7 to I o'clock
w in a hotbed or cold frame and the of Rev Rranscom to nay groo'lbye to indigestion, constipation, lack of en- the name of J.V HIMI'SON ITnlvxn U. S Land :r1c'atCalln.etv11 Fla.. a. m. and from 4 to 7 p. m. not to exceed ",

.. f'_ young plants transplanted to the open thorn of last ergy and low spirits, when for a little 1 said certificate ahal. be redeemed ax-- June 6. 1915. five hours any Any*for any permit.
Tuesday evening
+ when conditions .are favorable. Plants on money you can get a remedy of proved I, cording to law. Tax l>t>ed will issUe. ,Notice Is hereby driven' that James EBrowning Rend a first time May 4. 1916.
w inches of good week and many others too numerousto LIV-VER.LAX thereon on the 7th day of AuKtixt. A. of .,, .. Florida I who. 01 Hrad a second time and paused. In
four five high are merit. OR1GSBVS
I or mention.Rev. 1 D. 1916. March 16. 1914. made Homestead J ntry. open session this first day of June. A. a J
''I. size for transplanting. will get your liver right and let you Witness. my hand and official seal No. 111264(1( for N l-l of HW 14. S"'Oon !I.. J915. O. F. KRIBBS. S
Onions require) frequent shallow cultivation G. A. Hranscom Mrs. Bran- enjoy better health and brighter spir- at KlHKlnnmee City. Florida, this Tth 27. Township 31 South Range, 84 Knot President of Council. S ,
j and it may be necessary to scom and Miss Jennie Kobb left last its. LIV-VER-LAX acts naturallyand day of July. A. D 1916.J. Tallahassee Meridian has filed noticeof AttestJ.. R. QIL.RKRT Clerk. I IApprov..d
I Clerk Circuit intention 10 make Commutation this fourth any of June. .
for their home 'n
Thursday summer
,< $ resort to hand weeding. When the effectively. Has none of the dangers Court. Onceola County. State .r Proof to establish claim to the land A. f>., 1915. H. K. MAY. ; ,
S tope begin to die and the bulbs are Melvin Hill N. C. and bad after effect of calomel. Florida.Uy above described before clrk of circuit (Seal) Mayor.
: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ivey are now I> C' court. at KlflslmmAi Florida Z6-H ,
55 ; full grown the onions should be pulled Sold under an absolute money refund JAMES M JOHNSTON.: on

'I and left In the field for a few days to occupying the Dlckt-rson cottage and guarantee at 50c and $1 -a bottle. Each (Circuit Court Seal.) 29t the Claimant 22nd day.names of witnesses-1915. K S

.* t S r' dry. Then the tops should be clipped sepm to be as happy as larks. bottle is protected by a likeness of L. NOTICE OF APPI.IC'ATION. KOH' TAX Young of Lokoaee. Florida; J. P. Phillips AN. OHDIIWANCK.

c.11 Off and the bulbs placed in crates or Mrs. J. R. Bronson and daughter K. Grigsby. For sale by Osceola UKKU IINUKR SECTIONS BT< AINU of I.okosen. Florida: Clarence A.Golden. An Ordinance to Prohibit Spitting "

1 bag and stored in a wel-ventilated Johnnie of Kissimmee, spent a por- Pharmacy. 28-4t 878 UKNKHAI STATIC OK HTATUTKS KL.OR1UA OFTIlE . of .Lokosee of Lokosee Florida.ROBERT, Florida. ; It. E. Willis upon. Sidewalks of the City of Klsslmme. S

S place to cure. tion of last week with the former's W. DAVIS. He It ordained by the council of the .

a .', Early green onions may also be produced sister Mrs. O. C. Bronson. The QufanM. That DOM Net Affect The .Head Netlr Ia Hereby, (liv.. That J. E. 2E-6t Register. City! of Klnelmmee: ;

; from the multiplier or potato Quite a number of cattlemen of Because ol Its tonic and laxative effect. LAJCATIVB BABM, Pstrrhaerr of Tax Cvrtlaratr I\.. That whoever shall spit upon anysidewalk.
curb of
!!*C. dated 7th day of July. A. 1.). 1913. or any on
varieties planted in the autumn. The thU vicinity and north of here were BROMO QUININB: Is beturthan ordinary any street avenue, court or alleywithin ,
S. said Tax Certificate In office i
S S large bulb. of these onions Contain a busily engaged last week in buildIng Quinine.In and Remember not cease tb.nrrvovsnes fall Bams. sod norrlnfeinc has filed and has made application for my Tax I.i {'.art. State of the corporate limits of the City

S number of hearts or buds,' and if a wire fence to prevent their look tot the. signature. of M. W. GROVB. 2n.CRAYSTONE Deed to Issue In accordance withniaw.Said . (' Judicial Irralt. Oace.Iascaly. of fined Klsslmmee shall than upon conviction be ,. I
more S6.00 or be Imprisoned
V planted will produce a number of tattle from going to Certificate embraces. the following !. (' ..evry. at hard labor for not more 'C

4 mall onions. The small onions have These gentlemen became tired of ceola described State property of Florida.situated to-wlt In ON-: Ruth V. Curtis, Complainant.vs. than dye days for each offense. ;.
I S 'but one heart and will produce large paying pound fees and it is hoped Lot 6 of Block 15 of West Klailmmee. Qustave O. Curtis. Defendant.It . Read Read a a first second time time May and 4, l passed ll. In" :

.: bulbs A few l large bulbs should be that the marshal will not be bothered The said land being assessed. at the appearing by affidavit appended to open session this first day or June. A. ,

.-,, planted each year to produce sets for more from henceforth.Mr. i : date of the Issuance of said certificateIn the bill flIed in the above-staled cause D.. 1115. O. F. KRIBBS. '. J.
fall planting. the name of MRS. E. Ci. SUTTON. that Oustave O. Curtis the defendant (Seal) President of Council. r
S and Mrs. Ed. Ivey of near Or- Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed
therein named I. a non-resident of the Attest: J. R. GILBERT Clerk.Approved ;
: The Top, or Tree onion produces a ange Center have moved in our according to law. Tax Deed will Issue state of Florida. and Is a resident of this fourth day of June. .

r : i number of bulblets on top of the stem. and the thereon on the 7th day of August Unknown and Is over the age of twen.tyone A. D.. 1515. H. R. MAY. -i .'
4 p :These small bulbs can be planted inS neighborhood are occupying A. D. 1915.Witneaa. ; It Is therefore ordered li-lt Mayor. .,

'1" the autumn and 'will produce onions place known as the Orandpa Ivey L w. TIDIIU, Pr.". L.. "rtiru. MI. ; ; my hand and official 7th seal day artKlsslmmee that I.r"r; defendant be and 'I
home. City. Florida thla he Is hereby required to appear to the Alt ORDINANCE.An :
',the following spring. D. Itl6. bill of filed In safd cause ,
5 S July. A. complaint on
Varieties recommended: Southport O. B. Woodall and family dined J. L. OVERSTREET. Clerk Circuit or before Monday the InS day of August. I Ordinance to Amend !Section! 100 ,, '
S S White Globe Southport Red Globe [and spent Sunday afternoon at the Open Year Round i Court Osceola County State of A. D.. 1916. otherwise' the allegations -' of the Oineral Ordinances of the City ,' 0
of Klsslmmee. Florida Revised
Florida.By of said bill will be taken as confessed as January -
RelI home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nlgh-
Yellow Globe Danvers lilt.
Southport JAMES M. JOHNSTON. D. C. by said defendant.It Ii
Wethersfteld, Australian Brown and swonger. They also called at the ...,. (Circuit Court Seal.) l4t Is further ordered that this orderbe Be 1 Ordained by the Council of'the
; published once a week for eight consecutive City of Klsslmmee. Florida: -
CONDENSED STATEMENT week In the Klsslmmee. Valley Section 1. That Section UO of the ,
a .f t... C..4t .. .1 Oasette, a newspaper published In General Ordinances of the City of KU"slmmee. -,-
STATE) BANK OF KISSIMBIBH! ) aid county and elate. Florida revised January 1.
Klsslassse. F........ This June It A,. D. 1111. 1111. be amended' to read .. follows:.
At the close of business June JJrd (Seal) J. L. OFER8TRBBT.Clerk No doc or bitch hall be permitted to- .
Circuit Court. run at large unless such dog or bitch S Sphall
called for by the Comptroller:
116 as By JAMES M. JOHNSTON wear a tag or plate .. described '.-
Hou.e.AF":'"" . Z7.tlZ.5T1 Deputy Clerk. in these ordinances and any dog* or
Banking & F. .1 bitch found without such taa.hall be
Hllla Receivable . . . . 501.24056Overdrafts O. F. KRIBBS. caught and Impounded the marshal.and
. . . . . . . . 1.80885 Solicitor for Complainant. 6-8t the owner of by dog or bitch. '.

MondJi . . . . . . . . . 2.J60.00 NOTICR OF ADMINISTRATOR caught ou..d.d any as aforesaid {

Cash Cash Item. and (For. Sinai DI...........)) hall be' .ntlU.f: to the possession of :., .
Due from Hanks . . . 11.443.IS !. Ceart .f Cmmmtr" Sedge State .. same upon proof of ownership and thepayment I "
County Warrants . . . . . 1.20Z.91 Florida.In of One (11.00) Dollar Into the .
City Warrants . . . . . . I.Ul.11 re estate of John Pierce. Osceola City Treasury and in case the owner \ "I"
shall reside ,nth. city be hall also ,
$371,237.88Linbililica county,ce I. hereby given to all whomIt purchase a tag. All dogs not claimed '
'I may concern that on the 10th day within twenty-four hours after being 'J//

Capital . . . . . . . . .1100000.00 of A. D. 1916, I shall applyto Impounded shall be aonveyed by the
Surplus . . . . . . . . . 7.600.00 fh'30'.er": ie T. M. Murphy, judge, marshal outside the city limit. and j
: and Undivided Profits . . . . S.741.46 of said court as Judge of Probate for killed. Provided however, that In the ,
I Experience Responsibility I Deposits . . . . . . . . 19I."9 .4t my final discharge as administrator of event the marshal after due diligence "S
\ Bills Payable . . . . . . . 66,000.00 I the estate of John Pierce deceased; oannot with reasonable safety catch !
and that at the same. time I will present and Impound any dog or bitch as hereInbefore !
5 371237.88 to said court my final account. asadministrator set out he snail proceed forth
Offlrrn of said estate and ask with to kill such dog or bitch. S

; Are Behind Nurseries C. A. Carson.. President. for their approval. Sec. S. All ordinances or parts of ... !I
Buckeye John id. Lee. Vice PresidentM. Dated May 18: A. J) 1916. ordinances I In conflict herewith be and 4
Kalz. Second Vice President W. B. CRAWFORD.Administrator.. the came are, hereby repealed..
Roma Thomas Cashier. Read a first time and by unanimous
S Personally appeared before me a ZlZiO14884 consent was placed: upon Its second _. l.

_S Buckeye Nurseries have grown up with the citrus industry of Florida. They Notary Public. Roma Thomas Cashier. and NOTICE. OF ADMINISTRATOR. open reading session and this unanimously first day of passed June A.In t.

b in who being duly sworn deposes (..... Final. _. ) !>.. 1915. O. F. KRIBB8. '
; .S were established 1880 and have kept in the vanguard of the business during its says the above statement Is true to the x .r.e. (Snal.) President; of Council !

: : of beat of his knowledge. and belief. la Court of Ce>..ty Jmimn. State ., Attest: J.. R. GILBERT Clerk.
S many years progress. (Seal) ALBERTA HOPBON Florida. Oseeola County this fourth day of June A. .
Notary Public State of Florida.My In ... Rotate .t I). H. R. MAY. if
When the of the citrus of
history industry is written Buckeye Nurseries commission expires December Walter Bass. Hr. ZS-St Mayor. -

tk f 'i. will occupy an important and honorable part in it. They have contributed to 6th. 1916. Z.1t! It Notice may concern.I. hereby that given on the to twelfth all whom day .

1t t 'k" forward in the development of citrus Florida. of A. 1916. I shall' applyto NOTICE] iron PUBLICATION.Pwbllsber. : i-
; every step NOTICE: OF KLBCTIONTn R."ciTobn"ra ieDT. M. Murphy, Judgeof < .) .

The founder and present active head of Buckeye Nurseries was the organizer compliance with the :r.I; In such my said discharge Court as as Judge Administrator of Probate of the for nepartsarat of lbs Serial. Interior.No. 01IS13 .,..S .. ...

cases made and provided. hereby estate of Walter Bass, sr., deceased: U. S. Land Office at Oalnesvllle. Fla." ,
: and general manager of the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association, as announced and declared that an election and that at the same time I will present June 6, HIS. 5 .. '
will be held at Narcoossee, OsOeola to said Court Anal Notice l Is hereby given that Clarence ,
I accountsas
1 he was the first general manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange. lIe and his sons County, Florida, Special Tax School Administrator of said my estate and ask A Golden of Kenansvllle, Florida. who If

5' in all work District No. 1. on Monday. August Snd for their approval. on December It. 1111 made Hom.ateaJ .
have been active for the good of the citrus of the State. .rmln- S
industry A. D. 1916 for the purpose of d.t Dated June 11. A. D., 1515.HENRY Entry No. 011181, for Southeast quarter.
S '- Ing who shall serve .. school trustees Section I, Township II South. '
i The experience gained by the owners of Buckeye Nurseries not only in the of said district for two years next after Z-o-a-mo- Administrator. Range 14 East Tallahassee Meridian :
the election, and to fix the numberof has filed
nptloe of Intention to make
: field, of nursery production but in grove operation, marketing etc., can but reflect mill. of district school tax to b.I.vl.d Commutation Proof, to establish claim: m
/ and collected annually for the to the land above described, before
r4I '.itself in the trees that they produce. That this experience has been progressive aid two years.The ( .) clerk of circuit court, at Klsslmmee.

o 'Sis shown by the fact that no other nqrsery in :Florida has such modern and up-to- .SaTS following election:: were appointed to act ,D.s. ;fc.I Serial( ....:No.:II :011118. Florida Claimant on name.the llnd witnesses of July: .J.Jilt.P. '

Hull. 8. B. Stor). J. B. Tlndall.Inspectors. U. S. Land Fla.. Phillips, of Lokosee. Florida; J. H. .
date Cs
and methods
V4 equipment as Buckeye Nurseries. June B, 1111. Browning of Lokosee, Florida J. B.! -
F. W. H11L Clerk. Notice Is hereby given that Jool P. '
Young of Lokose. Florida B. H. -
S When you buy trees is it not worth while to make sure that you have this Done by order of the Board of Public PhlilitL of Lokoase.. Florida who. on Of Lokosee, Florida. ; Guy, *
this 14th 1114 made Homestead
nstruetlon[ Osceola County, Entry ROBERT
j S kind of experience behind them? Is it not also worth while, as a matter of ordinary day of June. A. D. 1511. No. 11I1S. for Southwest quarter Section it ; Register. .4
S W. C. BASS, Chairman. 1. Township 11 South. Range. 14 .
:precaution. to make your purchases of a long-established and responsible nursery Attest Bast. Tallahassee Meridian, has Sled NOTICE OV ATTACHMENT '
C. K. YOWELL Superintendent notice of Intention to make Commutation r-
::. t ; j"; the guaranty of which mean something to you ? Buckeye trees are backed by It-It Proof. to establish claim to the I1C THE COUNTY COURT OFHJI.LS.

S 4-r.: thirty. -five years of know-how and ample financial responsibility. AW ORDINANCE.. land circuit above court,described at .Klsslmmee, before, Floridaoa clerk of BOROUGH FLORIDA.CBUSB. COUNTY,.STATE or S

the llnd day of July 1916 .'

S rT S 1" '? Write for the new Buckeye catalog-it will be ready in a few weeks. An at Ordinance Large of to Domestic Prohibit Fowls the within Running Claimant A. Oolden names of a.Lok witnesses_.... Florida: Clarence -: H. M_....-_. Pial."" (. Sve.

: T? the City of Kiesimmes.B. James E. Browning, of Loko., Florida J. K. B.I..., OefesidMt.
council of thecity
ordained tb.
< It by
: B. H. Lokosee. Florida J.
To J.
K. Baldon
J Guto ; Defendant In the above
of Klsslmmee: of dom.- B.tYoung.. ofRo Florida. cau.e, and all other persons Interest- ( '
; That the running at large :ii W. DAVIS.' .d a
BUCKEYE NURSERIES Lie fowl within the corporate limit. of ll-lt : S
the city of Klsalmmee !. hereby declared Regi.t.r.NOTICE Tau are hereby notified that a Writ / '
a nulsaaoe pro- of Attachment has been Issued against "/ :mt
S ,,. S hi bit... Any owner of any domestic TO CREDITORS. you. and your stock'of good at Nar-'. I at
7t '
: : fowl or fowl who permit er permit itor I. C..... f floe- ..... County of Osoeola State of ',
-lO'S' Citizens Bank thee.Tporte Cmaty State Florida has been attached to satisfy i. ..' "
-t i B iIdinTampa floidaS them to '-.Io'allo... of this ., Florida. O_la Cmssitr. the demand of Cha., ,IL Moorhanse.tfh. j i\\
. .., In r* Bstata of Thompson. Plaintiff Inthe above .
;r -: ':.... / v 'S.Buckeye. .....y' .. ..,."._..-'T..4w-" <., -......... .,I ..,.,. .. .... .I', \...._ .' ...<. ,_rf-'.h.' .....' ..... .. section less hall than" upon 11.00 conviction nor more bo than Sn.dRot 10 I tees To and all all creditors peraons b't\ having.
la Jail for each ** (
days osnss.Jc demands against said .satate: 'Now."unle.. you shall "-
..Read a first Sims May 4, 1111. Tou, and each of you. are hereby no. the County Court In and appear for Coun" i/'''"
: :.
In .
Read a second time and passed tined and required to present any ty. of HllUborough. .
State of
pen ,session this first;S day. of .June, claims, and demands wbloh> son or aforesaid on the Florida. ?
A. D. 1311. elther--of you. may have agafnst tbe Judmenr'will 6
t..ber. A. nUll
Trees Bear : t.., taea.L) .( o. r;,XltmBB, estate of JohnV..Thompson deceased, rendered asralnat anfyonr ,; .
: : { '. , S... President CounciL' late of Osceola county nor1d. to> thound..ljf..4 lold / ,aKov> tnohbtedll you _.. '}r"'TT"or _*: 'dis1ted
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;FaIDA'Y'' JUL.Y11; .. It IS 4 ,T1fE.-ItISS''MEE. VALLEY, GAZETTE', I. ,fit 'T ;cur' "r P01R -

. ... .' ,,- w
- : Rom.Thomas of KUiclmnn** and who Is seeking a divorce from her thin !
: ames" Thomas of ,Georgia and their teenth husband, Harrison Strodes, 82
.t St. Cloud j families vi.lted'.at.tha J. K.', HiUiard. years old; 'Mrs:Strodes says as soon ,: /je'S9'u lJtHi( ) i : ,
: :; ; ,DepartnietiiNews : borne'. Sunday ." is she gets her divorce she will wed
Miss Bessie J.w&ol.peat: the weekend her fourteenth husband., ,1"tAe.Nu/e.Ofour"
\ ) with her cousin in Klsslmmee. 0 r
"" 'n \, Lloyd Harvey was the guest of Ben Pueblo''Colo.-A patient at the Bus thesss ,

'. ant4oteiof. ..:the "Wonder ply".l'romow'Owq: : Barbed Sunday at dinner slate asylum is suffering from the hal- ...
entertained lucination that the wireless-stations of 5-
Ira and Nellie ,Wetherbee ,'
r '* Special. Correspondent- Mr. and, Mrs. i.McClain dinnet the world are drawing their electricity a 'yt ; A
JOo .Wednesday. . from him and sapping his strength I '
A Jolly crowd of young folk enJoyed lie wants to' form a' union to abolish '> '. .' ,

Mrs. Emma;Poole and her nephew, ;'ell. and In fact,iiniiking, an' : > a pleasant evening with Mr. and aerial communication' - : 'throughout the . Vo'01
Edward J, Sheridan sight-seeing, date ranch. '' '." Mr*. Funk Wednesday., Games world. "

in Tampa and St. --Petersburg. They ;'Captain"JC. 'L. Britt will occupy;; the were played and Mr. Funk -w. most 'Elko. CaL-.Austin-Ba.sett. a'bachelor
> will be gone about ten day. Mrs. '' generous with his fine watermelons.
r.nchand we feel sure the 'venture of New York
.Cal. recently
Poole is Comrade Rath's sister and Come T Sure I : '
will be a big success., again < { ;
a baby by from Seattle
parcel post
Edward;3. Sheridan 'is from F ngle- .Ninety went from St.; Cloud to see Jas.. IL Ililliard spent Sunday,, i In Wash.,, lie says he ignorant-
-N '' :J Orlando .
wood .. andis'Comrade Rath'syoungest :
of the mother of the child and is
the baU' the advertising
h game'at ,Loughman on
grandson He has been benefited Bessie Lawson and. Evelyn Smith
6th. St. Cloud the first and for her to
won game put a stamp on
\ much by baths in ourlaka : with Nellie Wether-
very daily pent. Thursday
the first half of the second gamewhich herself and follow the baby.St. .
and we know he will talk of St. bee "' .
Cloud's beauties for a long time after was .called off on account of Mesdames funk and McClain calledon yr.kwLL ..
I rain. After the rain was over the Louis Mo.-Blissless and kiss-
,he gets home. He thinks his crand'fa" Mrs. $am Barber Thursday: afternoon -
game was finished but the St. Cloud less is the way Mrs. Eucen Kock
'e home beautiful Ohio .
on avenue Is team seemed to have lost their Anderson 19 old describes her 'r
V; about ri Gordon McKee visited his years ,
be sister
hopes to able ,
: future and Loughman had it all their way married life with Arthur R. Anderson,
the Mri. Jeff Barber
to visit St.- last week.
? near Cloud ,
in the last half of the last game. pastor of the Central Christian churchof '
\ .again.John. This is being written "the morning i-
Granite City. Two kisses in the ,.
Jim Sage wife and Uncle Jim Lltcn- -
Johnston and family leave after the day before, so don't mind I/I'
last two months.and $20 in
field left Wednesday for a summer in
Friday to spend a few weeks at Ashe- the mistakes. Our community, was
'' Anderson.
months Mrs.
'! 'ville, K. C. the north. They will return in the' well represented in KlssimmeV and according to -
makes a good .receipe for a love ex
A giant water spout rormed in East fall.Mr. everyone seemed to have a fine time tinguisher. -
,Lake Tohopekaliga Thursday after- and Mrs. Rasche left Wednesday even if some of us did have .to come -
.noon. It diverted attention from a for Missouri for a few weeks. home (n the rain. New Yol'k.-When' Mrs. Lena Rea- :
can't from St. Cloud Mr. Wetherbee visited Mrs. Wether-
,most interesting ball game which was They stay away ven went to buy some things from -
in progress between St. Cloud and long at a time. I bee at the hospital Sunday. He was Marino Castragivani, a peddler, -he
"' Davenport. It was unusual in shape. Lewis Horst left Wednesday for an accompanied. by Mrs. Will Wetherbee asked her for a kiss. She refused and
Ic\ a long tongue seemed to reach from extended trip to the Pacific coast and' little daughters, Viola and Lil- the Italian picked a stick and 11l
; a high cloud and led off a great .- where he will take in the expostiion lia n. struck her over the head up cracking her THE, SQUARE DEAL WINS.; WE KNOW IT.. .
.' 'tance one side and then reached and visit with many old friends and Mrs. Floyd Peele and little Mary skull. YOU'LL GET IT FROM US; AND YOU WILL KNOW ;'
straight down to the surface of the relatives. He will be away for three Etta, of Orlando, visited the former i
t lake where the water could be plainly months parents a few'days and attended the IT EVERY TIME YOU BUY AND USE OUR HARD-

seen leaping up to meet it. John Young left Wednesday for Illinois celebration in Kissimmee., Things On Must Do. WARE. : ,
The arm of mist and water appeared where he will spend the summer, A friend of Goethe's once remarked '
p to be about the size of a flour bar- returning in the fall. .- R' .; :00.,000.00.00000..000000 that If wish to appear agreeable In QUALITY 1

k I bel times, though larger., of The course onlookers it was gazed many in Prof. and Mrs. C. D. Chllds of Hamilton *.. LOUGHMAN NEWS ITEMS 4 society you"you must
wonder for a space of a quarter of an N. Y., are spending several 0 0 many things which you know already." AT LOW. FAIR SQUARE PRICES; TO

hour when the spout began to break. weeks with Rev is and old Mrs. Northrop.The chumof OOOOOOO'OtO'OO"O'O".O + You have had to sit many hours with STAND BACK OF EVERYTHING WE SELL AND ,. .
Webster's the following professor an college smile your face while some *
dictionary gives a upon
A general good time was had at "
Rev. He has been '
Northrop. GOOD.
pro- "MAKE *>ni
definition of : dreadful bore expounded supposed theories
a water-snout fessor in the Hamilto university for the home of H. W. Stark at Wilson >'l
slender, funnel-shaped or tubu- seventeen years.C. I Lake on Saturday July 3rdby the of biB own which had been as WE CARRY THE STOCK.
extending from the under of this axioms to from youth up. You
people vicinity.Mr. you
J. Rothrock and left Wed
of an ordinary cumulus cloud family Stark has a beautiful home, facing have had to listen to society traditions,
to cloud of taken nesday for Martinsville, 111., for a visIt I
from a the surface spray of an up ocean by with relatives and fri!Dds of Mrs. the lake where the boating and In which you were not lu the least Interested .- W. B. Makinson Co. Phone I

It moves aiong in rapid ro- Rothrock. They will return in the Fishing; are fine. A splendid dinner told by some sycophant, because
and is sometimes straight and fall. 1 being served about 12 o'clock the you knew that what lay upon 123'J

and sometimes inclined and W. J. O'Brien and wife arrived from 1 party dlrld d, some bathing and your thoughts light as thistledown encompassed
the cumulus cloud of which it is Los Angeles, Calif., on Tuesday last. some boating and fishing. Mr. Cra her about like a royal robe.
y is of fresh water." They have brought their household mer made the banner catch of the You may hate the molecular theory and

have been known to goods with them and are going to buy day, having landed several trout the despise the fool lull raporlngs about > --1
, damage to ships the whirl- property and make their future homein Urgent of which weighed six pounds. "society'," but you have 110 taste for the
wind being like the Kansas the best climate earth. About five o'clock supper was
cy on life of the hermit, and you have at
overturns small vessels, strips When a family leaves California, served after which the party depart- Unit Interested May Lumber Co.
least to pretend you lire
sailing ships of their canvas and whirl is known -the world over as"God's fort to their several Lames every one : .
the sailors into the sea. It Country," as so many of them being highly pleased with the days In the |Iwukk'nnls and the frothy. The
i rare sight for interior residents do, and come to make their home in outing.': Those who were presentwere quextlou IK whether you nre not a bore Wholesale and Retail Dealers In t
.. a water-spout, and the one St. Cloud, it seems to us that nothingelse Mr. and Mrs. Whrlpey. Mrs. yourself, ut least to the 1 loan with o
came so close to us last Thurs need be Raid. Boehin, Mr. end Mrs. J. I). pro Her. theory about creation and the woman
not the most ordinary kind. A card from Mr and Mrs. O. J. Mr. and Mm' Clarence Crow, Mr. and who adores l IIJ' way of the social regls YELLOW PINE LUMBER

loyal Temperance Legion, a so- Tomlinfton, who are now in Los Angeles Mrs. A. K. Cramer and family, Mr.
of wide-awake boys and girls, I Calif, says: "We are very anxious and Mrs. Stark and Grandmother h'r.118"e you ever tried to air your theo
their picnic at Oak Grove to to get news from the Kent climate stark Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Uoyer, rica ulMiut chilil welfare and the solution Shingles and Laths ,

all who did not take in the ceJ e- and people we have ever found." !Mr<. and Miss Wholpoy of New YorK of the |M>verty problem In the |>resfiiHe -
at Kissimmee were invited. 1 Mrs. Dr. Cushman has returned City, Richard Harvey' and Frank: of the women who were all the !, HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY ,- '
a large number, beside the L. T. from a two weeks' trip to Tampa, Causing, Mr. Robert PatrIck and Mr. ,
and report a most njov- where she was called on a critical case. Doe hm. tlmu iinc-uiiHi-louHly counting your \
time. The children under the di Many ladies of'the city appeared The St. Cloud base ball team !' and speculating us to what sort of All we ask is let o. figure OB your estimates. 'r'

Vs of Mrs. G. C. Kaufman their before the city council at its last reg- played two games a: Loughman on "\>('odll.,," would hare Improved your Courteous Attention sad Prompt Delivery. ..i

rendered a fine pro ular meeting and protested againstthe the fifth. The first game resulted In costume?
in songs and recitations, after sale of cigarettes to minors. They a victory for the visiting team the IT you Lave you will no doubt have Phone 21 Kissimmee Ha.These
they enjoyed the well were informed that the law .
provided state cov- recognized the set smile with which\ ,
second being won by the home ('::101.1
iI,; under the spreading oaks. Most ered that question and now they are .A large number of our citizens she pretended nu Interest, because It Is
members of the looking for evidence against of
society went to some
k went to KiHslnimee the fifth to witness hurt of her rfllKlou to appear alwaysto
for a plunge. This we regard our tobacco dealers and if they pet it '
,!J l:. real and sane way of celebrat will prosecute. The mothers want the the celebration there. They report be agreeable r
the Fourth. ]claw enforced against the selling of a large'croud and a general good j

3.. 'Vandenberp used his car to car cigarettes to their young sons. time.Miss Two Sorts of Manners. You
b',,'j of the ball team to Davenport W. H. Harris was sent to the hos- Lulu Hilton, cashier. Lough- "Society moreconventional than it Books Wi 11 Help

k- 5th. I I pita] for appendicitis last week. man Supply Co., is visiting relatives is good iniiiiiiered at times" remarkeda d
i E. Fletcher state bank examiner James Litchfield and Mr. and Mrs. in Georgia for a couple of weeks. '
man of manners, "and I know personsof t They contain dependable information on an .
in St. Cloud Tuesday. He found James Sage left Wednesday morning MIss Louise Klopelle Is occupying her 1..1 .ti
; of our bank A. I, |I Ito I spend some time with friends and position during her abSf'Dce.OOO'OOOOOOOO'O both kinds. Particularly 1 know a + fertilising problems. When? ''BoW"WhaU, r

,,'. Entriken being unable to go relatives in Marysville, Mo., and Iowa, lady who Is conventional and bad man They answer very ,question. Twenty'years*
on the 6th turned his but expect to return here in the fall. OO nered null 1 know a business wan whoIs their It '
is boiled down ln -
L to his friends and it was. C. W. Bruns, of Ruhnymede,-was in o : unconventional and, If not exactly success M
-fillZd up for the trip. our city on Saturday CAMPBELL ITEMS good mannered better mannered than ? is behind Ideal Fertilizeri'and our other brand. ,

Ed. George family and Miss Miss Alice Bailey, who has been in : tins lady, "C. LI4SOIL. Write today-the books are free.. "*
it"A Wylie drove over to Kissimmee Tampa for the past year, came In -Friday ..' "O.." OO..O't: "Not long ago be, was at an evening | a .

the fifth., evening to- spend. her two weeks'. R. V., Lanier spent Wednesday in "affair-he went because his wife wanted Wilson&(To m r .Fertilizer' Co.:...-k
regular meeting of the Golden vacation. Kissimmee.,' ,". "" him to go-and be wore A shop lIe- JacksonTiHe FU. ""& *
Girl. was held on Friday at the The Baracas and Priscillas will Many attended the barbecue in Kia- tie a gaucherie a man of conventional Dept ;, :,
of Kathleen Goff. It was de serve sandwiches, coffee and cream in Bimmee Monday. All had a real nice habits could not be guilty of. .MsmssdsnH d IdMl.AJUaMl.aB4 r rarl i.f, ......., '; ,
Oak Grove Park 1-i: t
that each of the girls should Friday afternoon. A .
will also be time.Mrs. The lady In question noticed It, and .
some article and send to the good program given in the Lucy Bronson and children, .
After all business was tran- evening. Everybody come and help In her'naive way she asked him why -- --- Ir <
Kathleen served a delicious ice a good cause along. Irene in and Bartow.Elton are visiting relatives he wore that kind of tie. C: A. CARSON; President. -l'lc.: BRYAN;Set hta7.; ,

luncheon. The club adjourned Charles Feathers wife mother and Everyone is busy planting Well, madam,' be replied, 'I do It J
I in two weeks, at the home of sister, Miss Elsie Feathers, motoredto after these nice rains. for two reasons. One Is to give stupid

Hargrave. Kissimmee on Monday and spent Rev. A. E. Milton is in this city at- people a subject of conversation and The Waters & Carson's <
fifteen men, women, girls and the day. tending business. the other is to show that unconventional .
went to the lake on Monday, neat Mr. and Mrs. Hull of Narcoossee Miss Lessie Bright, of Orange Center taste Isn't much worse than con. '.- Y i'
old sugar mill, where they enjoy- spent Saturday in St. Cloud. is relatives here. "
y visiting
picnic and a swim. Jess Harris Mrs. O. L. Buckmaster and little Miss Flossie the ventional bad manners.
t daughter Bryant was guestof "Of course he bad no right to say It.
the Company.
them down in his wagon. I are spending week with Mrs. Minnie Garrett Sunday. Grocery
and Mrs. Sylvester entertained I friends at Orlando. Melt Bryant went to Haines City: to nor, on the other hand did the lady
p at their home on the lake Miss Gladys. Johnson gave a party attend to business Tuesday have any rlgbt to comment on his
Mrs. Veeder Mrs. A. Daugherty Tuesday evening at her home in honorof dress so Jit may be called a standoff 1 ,i

and Mrs. J. O. Vreeland of Wis Miss Harris of Kissimmee. Those .O O.OO.OOOOOO..OO'OO though the man still wears a tied tie. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ... ;
avenue. Mrs. Sylvester is a present were Miss Harris, Una Gar- and the lady does not make any com- >
hostess and all were well ner, Mac Arrowsmith, Donald Conn : ODD BITS OF NEWS : ments."
with 'their kind reception. : and Earl Schofield. 0 0 GROCERIES
_' day last week there passed Robert Gibbs of Jacksonville, is 000..00..0..00..00FNmont. +
rr after a lingering illness, Mrs. visiting here for a few days. T1h. Merest Trifles.
Wheeler wife of Comrade S. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ely, Mr. and Mrs. O.-While Lester Pawsey It is always the merest trifles rather
She was a woman loved by Frank Caldwell and J. H. Fergusonwere was automobiling Sunday, a bug flew than the big things of life which Indicate 0000004000000004! 000040000044000x0 e
t' _:: who knew her. She was always Kissimmee visitors on Monday. into his ear. The services of two phy- the manners and tastes of the 4 0 0 O '
others and Mr. Morseman started sicians and the aid of chloroform were O O WE BUY O e
to help was one Monday to average' person. A glaring social error, 4 WE SELL: : ,
motherly old souls. She leaves spend the remainder of the summerat necessary to remove the bug. a particularly rude action or tactless 0 0 0 r
and two and Duluth Minn. 0 O O '
daughters one Amsterdam not made with too great 0 HAY .
and Holland.-A workman speech, are '
to mourn her loss. Mr. Mrs. J. W. Russell and son, Dusse'ford 0 0 4 HIDES O
C. B. Hughes entertained Mrs. of Kissimmee Park, were St. Cloud employed at in the manu- frequency but other lees obtrusive 0 GRAIN O O
and Mrs. McGill on July 5th. visitors oil! Saturday.; facture of ammunition for the Ger- faults are often committed, sometimes 0 O l FURS 0 Q
had a fine dinner and a good Miss Ed/the Williams Miss Margaret man army has averaged 17 working solely through Ignorance or want of O FERTILIZERS O 0 .
-; and did not seem to be worrying McGill, Mac Arrowsmith and hours a day for 26 days. This is considered thought. O O WOOL O ,
when their husbands will get Floyd Mosher motored to Kissimmee here a world's record. Theman' It Is just a. grave a mistake to be 0 SHINGLES 0 O 0 'iO
home. Monday to spend the Fourth of July total earnings for the time were too polite as to be abominably rude. 0 AND O
', ., Dorothy Cashbaum has been celebration. $89.50, about\ 18 cents an ORANGE BOXES.
The painstakingly polite person very o O
Miss Mattie Belle Harris O rl
4 the care of a physician for sev of Kisslm- Evansville Ind.-"I never use love to encounter for extremes oftea ALL
days, but is now able to be out mee i is the guest for a few days thisweek L win them. Men trying ORANGE WRAPS 0 ,
l powders
of Miss Una Gamer. simply meet, and be generally succeeds In being 0 0 O COUNTRY s
to So Mrs. Polly
Bess Grosz left for several J Mr. and Mrs. Mitzel, of Narcoossee,, Ann are easy Weed Strodes get. seventy says years old actually ill bred. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 .. 0 .
visit with friends and relatives were! shopping in our city on Satur- O 0 o PRODUCE P a" ,+ '

City Saturday. Miss Grosz day. O CRATE NAILS 0 4 0 {
return to St. Cloud for a month Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Morgan, Miss A v. +
so before she goes back to her Roxine Goodrich, Mrs. Ha Covingtonand 4004000404004400 0000400004000004 i i '
# in Pittsburg. She has many Roy Taylor were among those Franklin & Zack

friends here who say they are lone- who simmee.Dr.attended. the celebration at Kis BELL CAFE TAM FLORIDA We tell field and garden seeds of all kinds. 'k

... some since she went away. I Wi give special attention to l'ttias out hunting and camping parties.
R. M. Buckmaster of
:.... Miss Ella Cranston, Mrs. L. E. Baker Arcadia New and modern. The cWenest and. best restaurant In the city. Good ...wee.
.... is visiting his eon, Dr. O. L. Buck- Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. 12. .4
Miss Bess Grosz, Bob Doolittle, .
of St. Cloud. Best c....... Prices: .-......... Right In the center of shopping district. Ask ,
E and last but not least, Mr. VanNatta, master Mosher Take Union Station tnor get off .. franklin, Street.St. We are county agentfor good fertilizers. us for circular and prices ton
'f .drove out to Alligator Lake last Friday Floyd McGill Arrowsmith, .00.00..0..0. .. .OOO..0.OO.OOO..tO.. OOto fertilizers.'i'
Margaret and
Edythe Wil-
night and had a watermelon party
and weinie roast The party was Hams spent Sunday afternoon at Al- -
39 given in honor of Miss Grosz, who left ligator Lake and Nareoossee.o HhrWe

". ,' J..;,.'//I.' next day for Haines City. ............. ............ 'I; !
..:J'" *A certificate of membership in the Joseph's Academy jMoneyForYourBones 1 .- .
National Rifle association has been received UNION CENTER 0 '.... ;t
by the St. Cloud Rifle club. We 0 0 j,

w't' "" ,f'! *(have quite a J.aredub in St. Cloud .. ...... ... .... .. ....... ST.AUGUSTINF, FLA. .... don..mean the i bones YOU' are using

,oz.' .;'" ,,and the National as they have association now been we taken expect into to C. H. Funk-and family and Mr. and ESTABLISHED IBM J,.' '", .e' but-we' are': in'themarket'', \ for: oil kinds 'of rI' '

'! 8M :mum interest manifested in .the Mrs. Guy McClain motored to Lakeland "nich-clasa'boarding school U 'charge of Sisters& of St. Joseph. Patroaleed -, 1' Animal. .bones,r including.prairie'and bleach'ed> "*e'pones e

"rifle"contests., Friday. They report a moet by, eaildreaj best Catholic sad! aoa-CathoUe families of this '- ; ;)U .ai 10 8Cu,1Pt'lteIlS;f01'
tri aad the bea..Ufal + ri
from pleasant enjoyed 'y011 aXe 811y
.H. F, Shaw, a traveling man sad other Sta *!a.': BeIldi. .PJeHJ417.eqlllppe4 with all ssoderm eosVenlesees -, :
Tampa;was la St. Cloud Tuesday' : and scenery"Veiy mscn.,"Mr. Funk purr:; { Delightful and healthy location fa quaint and artistic. .A.--X:11! prices 'and sbJpjiing'wstlvctiolas.: ; : i _,
Wednesday.J: chased thre4 thoroughbredBerkshirehogs .. Course er.bredagaU'hraaehes; 'r f_ a' ;
taoroasX '
: City. requisite .
v'On hi*'place in :Kenansvflle, .'V.N" at Lakeland.. 'friends- ;-,r uMrs. -<' : "'eolld sad reflaed.edacatlosw : Mnafe, taiatlag,. language.., ;, .afC'CI&I : k Wilton. & 'Toomer: '.Fertilker ..Ce.fWI. ., I I.r : ,

'. r ;chessman of St. Cloud, has fenced InMO Wetherbee'M, wffl. he 'aarsa.. T..... ......... For fall pUtkaar! write .rr ' : \ .\ : ,
glad' to rlearn that she will be able
Bermuda :
'- acres, pat, arty acres In "
!1ft 1 0, 'transferred fifty head of.. eatthst.ead to return .home from the hospital next P': .. FISTESUPERI06.e., . ", M..JSrs' it ...... I&U.4 p4 .t' : S
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Opens Wednesday, July 14th, 8 O'clock A. M.

>9*}( 4V, 3 J We have combined our Lakeland store with our store here and find that we are considerably :

, \r overstocked so we are going to put our stock on sale at prices that have never been equalled before K

, : ",''\ in this part of the country as it is absolutely necessary that we dispose of our surplus stock. So we are

: cutting our prices right down to and below cost, this is a CARNIVAL OF REAL BARGAINS AND IT a

}; ; the store that is not on Sale Prices, everything must be reduced so don't miss this chance to get the re'I ;

?', markable: bargains, offered during this sale. These prices will prevail for only ten ((10)) days, after ,

4 ; " x which. we will be forced to charge our regular prices. ? "

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} ; By combining our two stocks we have over $12,000.00 worth. of. merchandise... which

ci must be reduced. at least one-half '
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+' w Now $3.68 .$3.50 to $4.00 Values, now at. O s j u '.I..IiS' I II

I I Large assortment of Ladies Pumps na('1
1: One Lot Men's Latest Cloth Top 2 39
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2.88 All Leathers. $3.50 to $4.50, at ,,
Oxfords, going aty'V . '., .1//
Ladies' Patent Baby Doll Pumps .69 ,;",';
: Men's High Shoes at Greatly Reduced Prices. Regular Values now .,.;
In some of the above there is a lot of new goods just received ;,,1

: ; Remember Everything Is Reduced .
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:' .t ; Sale Opens at Eight O'Clock k Wednesday, July 14, 1915 I

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