Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 16, 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: VID00707
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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Why do Ike snail arder Ia....* pi the basinet which rirbtfafly

belong to the lcl Mrchaate?
a The first aad ferraost answer to this question which has

/ becosa a bit bear to Ia......* af towu aid cities tkraagbewt the .

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t: Shortest SessionlnHisfoiy Waters & Carson Plant to The rail order. buyer rut knelt ....' die mall order b.... Committee Nama..o Draw Up :'s:
and it* goad before h. can: .,.. cosider the prepeaitioti ef baying. STRAWBERRY CROP TO ,
Call for Election and to fix ,
: H. knows of H throara th. saetiaai of' the thousand of ton*' of .t
Held This Week Bo Used This Season which the mail order. Ia. LARGE Estimates of Various
advertising matter .. seeds ou{ .....JI-. BE NEXT YEAR
/ How can the local .erdaaiat '.... this competition which b ItemsTAXPAYERSTO'HAVE"
robbinc .him. of .Iii. jut sWsertoT I!
'; He mast kIt with the same weapon-PUB Lie T Y.

ACTUAL SESSION-FEW CRlftf- RIAL-MEMBERSHIP NOW REPRESENT Lack of publicity on the part of the local merchants In Kansas EXPECTED TO COME-ST. 4
I' INAL ARE BROUGHTUP. last year lost them ia the neighborhood. of $3,745,000, according
CROP. to an estimate based on a social survey of Snmner Ceaaty.The TEtfESTED.

; survey was made under the,direction of the State Board of

Health and shows that 73 eentw of the farmers of '
per are patrons Klaslmmee and Its immediate vicinity
The July term of the County Court Those Items Carried
held this week broke all records for The recently organized Kissimmee the mail order houses and send on *jn average of $28.85 a year to promises to take a place among : By

shortness, the whole business of the Citrus Growers Association, which is foreign concerns._ This makes a total for the county of $200,000. the strawberry growing sections of a Two-Thirds Vote of Freeholders -
affiliated with the Florida Citrus Ex- Florida next Under the direction
session being transacted in less thana mail orders. year. -
day of actual work. change, has decided to lease the Wa- spent on of the Osceola County Fruit and I Will Be Included In \
The term opened Monday morning ters & Carson packing house for the Based on condition in Sunnier county there are 177,841 farm Truck Growers Association the growing Amount ,
': with Judge T M. Murphy on the bench coming season. This decision was heads in Kansas who do not tpead their money with the home merchant of strawberries got a good start ; Final of the Bonds

and a small gathering of attorneys reached at a meeting of the boardof and who contribute to the near $4,000,000 fund which goes last season and the success of those' Issued By the Gty. '. y '
witnesses and spectators attending. directors and members held last to the mail order houses.It growers who were pioneers in this ";.:, k'q.
Saturday morning. was' sufficient to show others
The court began business at once
,c and so well were the cases handled The association has ben debating was explained by the agriculturalists when the Snmner county that with a larger acreage ,and the After considering the matter of public y
that all of the business was disposedof for several weeks upon the question of survey was made that they received the bulky mail order catalogues possibility of larger shipments the improvements in two special sessions
in a short morning; and afternoon whether to build a new packing house regularly; that the local merchants in many instances did not advertise crop could be made a profitable one. the city council has arrived at
session. The court wan convened fora ortto lease one of those already in and those that did often failed to quote prices; that the Aft a result S. T. Pansier, president what is believed will be a solution of .;
few minutes only on Tuesday morning operation here. It was finely decidedto of the association believes that there the whole matter. .
mail order houses their stores
brought to the farmers
to draw the jury for the next term. lease a house for the (coming: season through pub- will be between 30 and 40 acres planted A bond election will be called in + ,
The cases disposed of were as fol- and to build later on after the association licity and the latter bought. I in strawberries for the coming season which the taxpayers will not! only vote t a
lows: has grown stronger financially. The Sumner county survey was imade primarily for health and which will produce a sufficient upon the bond issue but upon the improvements -
Criminal. crop to bring the buyers to this section to be made and dilly those
Orders also sanitation purposes.Each farmer in the county however
were placed by the asniiat.on was requested The enthusiasticand
Howard continuedfor growers are which s
Kuily trespass' the voters
for packing mnl.'iiu' for to state the amount of his annual business with improvements approve -
the term, on motion of prosecutingattorney. use itinerant it is not at all unlikely that within by their ballots will be made.
Ipring the coming season tradesmen and mail order houses. a. few years more Kissimmee will rival This decision was reached at a meeting y
W. I. Huckebv, trespass, continuedfor A number of new members wererepoited Plant City and other strawberry grow- of the council held on Tuesday
the term, on motion of prosecuting as signed up for the season ng sections of the state. night of this week at which the topicof 4'4'e
attorney at the meeting and an estimate of the Last week President Fansler and public improvements was
Henry Gaskin, transportation of fruit represented by the membership lark Howell, of the Fruit and Truck cial business in hand. This meet

hogs: not inspected nor recorded, con- shown. well over a majority of the crop FRED GILBERT'S CAR CANNING CLUB GIRLS Growers Association visited the meet- followed the adjourned session of last
tinued for the term at request of de of the county now !in the local exchange ing of the .truck growers in the St. Friday night when it was decided to ,, t
fendant's attorney. and that at Narcoossee. Al- Cloud section and explained to them get estimates upon the proposed Improvements -
Cases against Bob Chatt Willie together the members say that the the methods of strawbery growing.The in various sections of the ,
Chatt, Henry Gaulding:, Richard De- outlook is promising for the success DESTROYED BY FIREFred RAISE FINE TOMATOESEvery St. Cloud growers are interestedand city.When ',
ar-- naussure and Jason Howard, charged of the organization. a number of them wil plant the meeting was called to
With the illegal sale of liquor, were Another strawberries thus increasing the acreage order on Tuesday night a schedule of .
of the association '
meeting Gilbert's big six-cylinder Howard member of the Gazette in this section considerably. Mr.
itinued for the term by consent of estimates was presented by City Engineer ,
will held
/Ineya. tomorrow morning at 9 car, which has been a familiar force can testify to the fact that the Fanaler is optimistic about the out- Johnstonand the council began '
.\ ; o'clock in the vacant store room next, figure on the streets of Kissimmee, club know look and believes thatt he '..
{4., fli/:] similar case against Tom Ham- canning girls how to raise strawberry the discussion of each Item thereon. ..
.... Tnond was continued by request: of the door to the Dollar Limit store. was entirely destroyed by fire Wednesday fin*> tomatoes. At least they know crop will bring a big amount of money The members teemed agreed that'the" ';-' at
prosecuting attorney. rribrning at the Clark-Ray-Johh- th lt-the Misses Fern and Ila Fansler into bis section next season. city must bond to get these improvements . ,
Charlie Small, charged with aggravated son Still, No. 7, near Hernando, Citrus know how, for they sent a fine basketof in the way of street paving, but "'
assault, was tried and acquit county. the juicy red articles to the office just which Improvement should' be
The car had been driven there by this week. BOICE TRADES FARM made and bow much in bond should

ted.Cases against Austin Davis, Will Fred Bass, who went on a business They have been picking tomatoes be asked for in a bond election weN i
Jones and Will L. Thomas, on charges BAND MAY BE GIVENFIRST trip in which both he and Mr. Gilbert off their plat of ground since the 16th point upon which It wa difficult to 'j
1 of the illegal sale of liquor, were con- were interested. It had been left in of May and are still getting some fine FOR CITY PROPERTY get a definite rote. '
tinued at the request of the prosecuting a shed built a* a lean-to to a log ones at this late season. The basket It wa then- *ugg *ted that the
attorney. OF WEEKLY ENTERTAIN- barn over night. When IVJr. Bass they brought to this office contained; whole matter be left up to the voter ,.. r
Levi Arlington, colored, pleaded' MENTS GIVEN MONDAY NIGHT cranked the car Wednesday morning just about the finest tomatoes wa have R. c. SUCH OF BIRMINGHAM! and that the call for the election tate
guilty to the theft of a bicycle from preparatory to starting on the return ever seen. the various item of improvement under '
/'e :v. J. E..Rush, and was sentenced to five trip, the engine backfired and in some Between'the rows of the tomatoesthe consideration with the estimated//
months in the gang. REGULAR manner ignited gasoline. girl have planted okra plant cot of each. The''voter then -would
/li).j .Angrose Nance colored pleaded WEEKLY PROGRAMS short time the entire machine and and these are already six or ought IT FOR TRUCK 'FARMS be given an opportunity to vote ye or '
'/" guilty to assault and battery and was -1 the barn were consumed by the flames. inches high., When .the fall Shipping AND CITRUS FRUIT GROVES. no on each separate item and the bond,
." sentenced to five months in the gang..' Mr. Bass-had the finger of one hand season they wilt hare fin. issue when carried would call for an
opens some
,Albert Spaulding. white'pleaded Under the leadership ot J. D. badly burned trying to extinguish the okra'to send -to amount which would be the total of'
guilt to, petit larceny and sentence' beck, the Kissimmea Concert Band fire. The car wa partially injured., market. Recently there-has been qu"Ite a revival the estimate of thou Item which
J was suspended during hood behavior. has become one of the big asset of I of real estate trading tin this were approved by n two-third rote of '
Civil Cues the city. On Monday night the band HALLEY BUYS PART OF I section and a number of pieces of land the taxpayer.' 'This plan ha been
The case of the Burroughs Adding treated the populace to a concert given -I COUNCIL WILL LET' have changed hands, notice of which tried in other sections of the state and _
.... Machine Company vs. the Yellow Pine in the open-air stand on Broadwayand has been given in the columns of the has proved to be popular plan of !
Lumber Company and A. D. Zachary a large crowd gathered to hear Valley Gazette. The latest deal was leaving a* it does the entire, ,,1
assumpsit damages, was tried and II the program despite the fact that the BIG WOOD CONTRACT THURMAN CITY TRACTLast made during the past week in whichH. decision to the..taxpayer. 1J
judgment entered for the plaintiff. event was unannounced. Many were I W. Boice, of Kissimmee. traded to A resolution wa paued to this affect -
The following cases were all tried I seated about in the parkway. others R. C. Sligh, of Birmingham Ala., a at the meeting of the council on E .
and verdicts rendered for the plaintiff were grouped on the sidewalks while I When the city council meets in regular Saturday a deal was closed tract of 400 acres lying along the Tuesday night ana a committee composed -' t
: still many more sat in automobiles session on August 3 at 7:30 p. m., by which J. H. Halley, of Loughman, I Atlantic Coast Railroad near the of Councilmen J.W. Thompson
Duval Planing Mill Co. vs. R. D. parked around the stand. The pro- I bids will be received for furnishing representing Pittsburg and local peo- county line and the Orlando road J. D. Woodbeckr Roma Thomas W.W.
Waring; W. R. Fuller as agent for E. gram was a splendid one and well ren- wood for the city water and light plant ple, purchased a part of the Thurman about three miles from the city foil t, Attorney b'Bryanwas
N. Zelk VII R. D. Waring! ; Kentucky dered. The crowds showed their appreciation for a period of one year. TKe bids, City tract, and took over with it the the Downing property on Clyde ave- named to draft the legal call fora
Wagon Manufacturing Company vs. by frequent applause. according to an advertisement published control of the Osceola Constructionand nue, across the street from the John bond election on this plan and reportat ,
) R. D. Waring, two.callell, VanDeman- Monday night is the regular practice in this issue of the Valley Gazette, Developing company, buying out M. Lee home. a meeting which was called for last e
Lewis Company vs. R. D. Waring. night of the band and although Mr. will be based upon the price cord. the entire interest of all the old stock- Mr. Boice expects to improve the night. Owing to the absence of City' .
? The case of the city of St. Cloud vs. Woodbeck has not definitely decided The advertisement states that the holders. Mr. Halley has been retained property he gets in the trade, while Attorney O'Bryan the call was not I ,,1
"' \ the Seminole Land and Investment cords must be full measure. as president and general managerof Mr. Sligh will cut up the 400 acres (Continued on Page Five.) ,
Company was continued for the term. upon the plan it is quite likely that It appears from the report made by the new organization and F. E. into forty acre tracts and clear the ..
hereafter the band will combine the Person land for use as citrus fruit and J
Chairman Carson, of the electric light: as secretary and treasurer. groves
DEiiWsoTisTooMUCH practice with an open-air concert (given and water committee of the city coun- Some of the other interested parties truck farms. Mr. Sligh has great CYPRESS WOOD-TEX r
in the band stand on clear nights cil, that last year under the system of are Lon Halley, A. R. Cox and F. R. faith in this section of Florida and ,
much to the delight of citizens in gen- buying wood without contract the city McClain. They have secured the expects to spent considerable money
eral. spent nearly $8,000 for this item alone. suite of rooms on the second floor improving the land he has secured in TOBEGIVENTESTHERENEW
FOR KISSIMMEEONETIME Mr. Carson was emphatic in the state- front of the Graystone Casino build- this trade._
ment that he believed" the city was ing, overlooking the A. C. L. station,
FIREMEN PLAN RIDE paying too much for the wood and intimated where they will soon open for business. 'i i
LEAGUE PITCHER that some of it must have The company is considering taking M. M. MILLER BUYS A PAVING BLOCKS MADE AT

FEEDS LOCALS OUT OF HIS LAKE ,been of short lengths and not up to the over the holdings of some other local PLANT OF EVERGLADE CY-
standard. The contract will furnish' people, for which they will receive an PRESS COMPANY LAID AT IN.
quite an item, however, and will be company.It TERSECTION OF BROADWAY
.J-f WI N S EASILY EIGHTEEN Volunteer Firemen of Kissimmee well worth bidding for. It is expect is understood that they expect to AND EMMETT ,STREET TO }
STRIKE-pUTS IS MASON'S RE have made their plans for a ed that the successful bidder will geta handle property all over the state, and
CORD. moonlight excursion on the lake on profitable business and that the to make a specialty of trading Florida M. Miller, who has been living at, PROVE LASTING QUALITY. ,
# Monday night July 26th. They have city will save considerable money lands for northern and western prop- Connolly will soon become a residentof
; 'arranged for the steamer Lillie and I from this method of procedure. erty and vice versa. They are also Kissimmee having decided upon this the
Cypress wood-tex
Put It down in your little book that the Kissimmee Concert Band will said to be considering a proposition this city in competition with several block! made sawdust new paving and
one Dell Mason, who was once a big make the trip to furnish the music. I to open a "branch office in Tampa, others. Mr. Miller, who is well-known asphaltic
league twirler is too much for the Refreshments will be served on board ,HARTZELL BECOMES where they have considerable holdings.Mr. here, has been a successful naval i Is hydroline now being, an given a test composition in Kiasimmee .
Kissimmee ball players. His twirling and a general good time is in prospect I Halley I* weir and favorably stores operator and has amassed considerable a section of the -
alone again defeated the locals in a .for those who make the trip. known here a* a real estate man of of this world's goods. With square new paving -'
+i'' pme pla here Thursday afternoon, The boys will sell tickets at 26 cents I THEATRICAL MAGNATEJ. wide experience and mature judgment his family a wife and three children, week, material at the intersection having been of laid this
i Winter lark winning by a score ofi each and should be well patronized. and the other members of the new he will be quite an addition to thecity' Emmett street. Broadwarand
7 to 1 They are giving their time for the firm come highly recommended.TWO business and social circles.
:i)i Mason had the locals eating out of of the city and whenever they protection H. Hartzell, manager of the Mr. Miller has purchased the homeof This i is the paving block! InTent, w
his hand all the way and struck out no manage such events a* this they oughtto Dixie Theater, is now the theatrical NEGROES SENTENCEDTwo J. H. Bryan on Church street, and ed by J. Wad Tucker of the Everglade k
4p less than eighteen batters. be given encouragement. The proceeds magnate of Kissimmee. will complete number which ia a Cypress company, of Loughman
started the for the locals, butt fine one. A of improvementsare notice of which: was given in. the Valley -
-, game of the) trip will be used in meet During the past week he closed a negroes were given heavy sentences -
was hoisted In the fourth inning and ing expenses of the members. three-year lease on.the Graystone Ca- by Mayor May in the municipalcourt planned by Mr.Miller. Gazette a few week ago.The .
Campbell, the Tampa pitcher, went sino and has moved his office last Saturday. Frank Washington sectionof I <.paving laid her ,U '
w into the DOX. With the exception of Thomas B. West and daughter Miss to that theater. In the principal future he arrested by Night Policeman W. E. Butler formerly manager of at a point where it will get heavy .
,' one inning Campbell held the visitors Mary, of Atlanta, have just completeda will conduct that house as a regular Coleman, wo sentenced to four the Hardy-Smith Drug store in Tallahassee travel and, tha test should,be obe
.(fi'\ .. safe.I two weeks fishing_and pleasure:: trip theater with road attractions and months in the city gang on a charge has aeepted a position as phar- I which will prove'' the lasting quality %
"'* . acv Johnson broke up a shutout 'with J. T. Burkholter of this city. states that he has already booked a of carrying concealed weapons. Jim macist at the Palace) Drug store here of ,the materiaL The laying of the
.r4 :for 'Winter Park, when In the ninth Mr. West is general manager for the number of good shows. The Dixie Coley arrestod by City Marshal Over- and assumed his duties this week. Mr. new block! superintended by Mr. i
ning he ran for Campbell, stole bothd Atlas Oil Company and came here will continue to be run a* a movie I street on a'charge of wife-boating, Butler and wife are stopping with(I Tucker who believe that he has mad ,
and third and came home when especially to award Mr. Burkhalter house. was given two month in the gang. Mrs. Thomason and will prove a val a discovery which will, revolutionise .

4 j?71he Winter Park catcher heaved wild the, price for the, largest sales of any Mr. Hartzell is a man of considerable uable addition to the citizenship the. paving 'industry of, the United. .,-3 Y .' ,
..111 catch him at third. ,salesman in the southern territory. i experience in the theatrical line Friendship Ledre, No. 10, Knights Kissimmee.{ Mr. Butler i. an experienced State .4 >v:,> U. r
::r r., The, score by innings: While fishing at Egmont Key Mr. and promises to give Klesimmapeoe of Pythias, Installed officer at the and registered druggist and has "" -
,ai ::, : '\. RHItUsImraee E West made '''a record catch of 162 pIe the best there is to be-had both in regular -'meeting held Wednesday had years of training in hia Ufa work. Vet L.< Brown* general manager'of t
}. + 4 0 00000001-144 pound of fish in ,three hour.. :Mr. movies and in theatrical.Jlrodu M- night. The new officer! ares J. ,8. He baa a pleasing. personality and has the lAb t Garflald Nunerie 'Co4",ofBartowend
1.;;' 'winter' Park 080002.0. 0-7 8 ..4FrankA Wed stated that business at -present Cadet, chancellor commander T. ,S. already won many friend' He boasts 'c. ,B., Honk> alesman t. 3l.'
.. ,. '' wa batter in Florid' than, Jn,..anyoutberyatate. 1rs. Heidt who beerTvislUiig\ ,''' ; J. M. Gardner, that he is "Georgia' Cracker" and for the company, pad through Kiinune *-, c '
..;:): DuJul.:,..ho ha been' 9 end- her daughter; Mra>C.'W. GrltftDeleft prelate J. C. Griffin, mater-at-arms; by, his pleasing mane .should aid Mr. Monday An their way to Miami
'O ..Jng'Mm* time Ashville) NCfert ? t "i Thursday for Orlando to vialt relative A. S. Gilbert master of work; B. E. Ragadale in eontinriag popularityof by automobile. ' ' ; the beD.rt of hi.' health ha'returned RTT:Butler-spent Tuesday In 1e. there before returning to her;bome Evan, inner guard and W,H.Peake, the"Palace'Drug store amour the,) bodwea i* fin and the outlook. : ii ,
; o .N paM bninea : W Tampa. /n outer guard.' people of Klsslmmee* to< .to. Sa --t...,.;,: f'- ","'that "
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: "Th'e' 'Kissimmee' i Valley Gazette' 'through a trieedy'builtho" great' majority '' number of ;drug fiends in.the country."*'for. thebal.lI.>f .of;, ,j';.the' 'county.'). ... A" mar, be Dixie Highway.". says *;. if

} are known only to a limited Heroic effort are being mane an U...'... meeting of the people in the near future Jacksonville, Metropolis., If the goodroads 4
V.f circle and comparatively few, ever I the country to relieve the suffering of ; I Is anticipated being: hold at Crawford , movement keep spreadinfc- a. a,
-uBLJBHBD[ QYYISRT'FRIDAT OFFICE nl VALLEY OAZJtTTE BUILDING.KISSIbIMEE. break into print The causes are indissolubly these unfortunates and care them of ville and food roads and the rapidly in the future as in the past ', .t4

OSCJIIOLA. COUNTY-. FLORIDA. welded into human nature the habit.-Daytona-Halifax Journal mean of getting them will be discussed -. the little verb "is" may soon be substituted \ ,
t which defies law, morality conventionality --0-- We will tell you more aboutit for the words "may be." That 1

"t W. B. HARRIS and E. G. VANS AGNEW OWNERS and religion. Talking about Ed Lambright refuses to run for in the Breeze! later.-Gulf Coast is, if too many "Good Samaritan d .'
the "wages of tin" In mostly mock congress because he hasn't got the Breeze. not "in the interests of the leap ta> of I
and I
41 I ; E. .E. NAUGLE, Editor. ery. The sinners are generally the money. What would be the use of payers" secure injunction against th ,

----'- ones most lightly paid. The burden running if he had, the moneyTorlando And Then Some.. More than million sale of bonds for this purpose-Zolfo _
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i'' 0UBBCRIPTION RATESI One copy, one year____ - almost always falls on the innocent. ReporterStar.Don't dollar have been voted for bondsto Springs Truth.Whenever -. '
? ,t On copy, six month_______ ___$l.oe One copy, three month VS Ocala Star. --+- build links in the Dixie '
Highway. "
try to tell n* this town will
-- conversation Clearwater Sun. You Need a ,
be In a never grow. Remember, New York .
All communication, except from our authorised correspondent mint passing yestrdav Take Grave's \
with our fellow townsman, E. H. was once as small as Eustls, and we ,

1. 11 ) "UrRfl cfedhmrtteVewlU m. : not be.returned. unless called for,. ___ _.___.\.-_ Youngs, Jr., we fell to talking about have just as much chance to grow If Petersburg A Good Roads Times devoted Booster.-The St. The Old Standard Crore'e TasteleM '
: good roads Mr. Younes remarked we continue to boost and not knock.- a special chill Tonic i* equally valuable u a ..
(Botered at the Po.tofflce In Kllmmee. Florid I a* econd-c1a. matter.) that he had just returned from Eustis Lake Region.SaJd. six-page section to the highway meet. General Tonic because it contains the ;
a trip
p 1 ?, I ing in Orlando. Editor Straub believes well known tonic properties of QUININE
,of something like 1,200 miles in his
1 ; ( FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1915THE automobile. ;In that 1,200 miles was .1 in making a good job of whatever 'r and IRON. It action the Liver Drives \
.. he undertakes. Pensacola' News. Malaria Enriches the Blood and
L.. out ,
the stretch from Jacksonville to Miami I
; ." Build the W.jole System. SO cent
I ISSUE :Sanford; is elated over the work of We remarked: "You come on : up
: 1 BOND / The Right Sort.
.. t"t"Tc. The bad roads doubt?" "None by I
-G- h..1 luilkhcading her lHk<-front Home no I their work in this Dixie highway matter .
When this editorial was written :, H-erald l states that the lake is the "Raid' he, "except in Polk county." Hemet About KissimmeeThe the LaFayette county commission.
ti "a Reminds with road which he could BISCUIT-the
, held greatest asset of the Celery City no over JAX
city council had not its meeting era are the right sort to build up that
;? ,/4': Thursday night when it was expected us that we |have (the finest' lakein not comfortably make as much as county They have made friends for soda cracker superior,
I of I Florida! null| someday twenty miles an hour. JAX BISCUITS-122
J' t.hut'th.. arrangements for theIi this M-1" ( LaFayette everywhere. Taylor Coun- .
of bond election would be we hope to ha\" ,it 1..lkh"l1ded. and All of which but emphasizes the big barbecue at Kissimmee on ty Herald cakes, cookies, etc. A X
calling a the 5th
III! t line l iile\nid' limit, around the edge fact that when Polk county has issued was a grand success. About Lift on the wrappers.

: made.We believe that the council has decided I I the whole length of the ,citThen we her bonds. and secured the money and 6000 people were in attendance. After A Galvanic Battery. H will be Ask your dealer for'em X
features interesting -
Ii some amusement such
what the to work the actual as .. . ., FI.I .
Sanford put J.
to take a wise step in Hilling the shall li< able to show a men in construction bimebal to watch the contest betweenthe J. c. Wk.
pony races, parade greasedriig
I I like, of substantial and otherwise ,
election as planned<1 and in allowing H-al/ lake font looks and greased pole contests about various sections of Florida as to I
JO.-- deHirable I
I highways throughout
(k the tux payers to say juht what improv'ment.R :' EF'ITS ; 11 o'clock the most splendid of I which can build good roads the'fastest
i W Alt Hr;M!; 10 U. S.i county Polk will take the position in part
u they want made and then I j'I ->--- the line-up; of the counties of fl>.. n,' 'usion, occi'Tecf Gov. Tram- -that routing of the Chil'aj1o-to-Mi- When
fixing the amount of )bonds by the n first" has become loading ami Highway down the East Const has. [ buyBREAD
a"t by I i I "S:;""jnAm.'I1'l/ the state to which she has a right| toI mel, Dr. A. P. Montague, President I II you ,
own votes ''a iraliU' on account of the l.uropeanwar I ,/.,lot"* I'of t the good work Columbia College, and Hon. C. A. Car- I acted like a galvanic battery on the
If the council culled the election .is \vith, the embargo that has been Lakeland Star. gon on.- I son of Kissimmee delivered splendid good roads spirit of other parts of I

was planned ,*fie Valley <;aettepledges placed on tourist trm "I.I -4- addresses which thousands of interested Florida; and the "We'll show you" way II

Its Hiiiport|' to t the propo'oIl' 1 lanklm' K I lane. Secretary" of the Whc-h the editor approaches the people greatly enjoyed Then they are going into the road! building I ..

as u whole believing that this. is. the I Interior. ,I'Of the opinion that at least I average itizn in his quest for news I came the splendid barbecue dinner, work presages great things for the entire -

best method of'going aheailV< inn $10OnOII,0)( / )(
not stand still and must either go. in EII'op"I every year and that """..lIn't know a thing" and the answer 1 bread, finh, rice and coffee care- Ask for the

1 N ahead as a community or letin, to the this amount is 'being' sp< nt ,in the United is as near the truth as the nations fully served by a large committee to Putnam Want Hrick. -Putnam

rear ranks behind. other Florida cities States this year by the people who of Europe are effecting a prompt settlement the thousands in such way that every county is after brick highways in a I
which are progiessing; I would l have gone to I Luiope; under ordinarv of their differences Everybody person got all }h/ wanted. Kissimmee's manner that bespeaks success and the I We make it. Every Grocer sells it

We.. believe that it is a wisp, plan to I <'I""UI1Itl1''nrBsTer knows something, and most people splendid fire truck paraded the streets I indications point to the constructionof I "

allow the people to decide\ what they I (' j is an unpi"(' .).d<'nted I number know a lot of somethings that several times to show the guests whata these substantial roads inarious I

want and t to fix the amount of t the of visitors to the national park whichare are worth telling and would make fine department they have. In tlv" sections of the county at no distant o. K. BAKERY
bond issiM- to cover their wants 011' under the care of the Department ', breezy and newsy stories, but they afternoon baseball was the main attraction I day.-St. Augustine. }Record

fc this topic Wp will have mare to soy of the Int).nor. just bottle it up in the walls of their Kissimmee has grown to )ben I
when it, is defimtel, Known that tin' The I number, of visitorhas, been I I dome and forget that it is there I beautiful little city by doing theright "When" Not "If.-"All Florida
council has at'te. .d. but this. summer's '
sUadilv increa4wg, Sometimes the editor is able to pry it thing at the right time She
- .,. -- -- : travel will be far ahead of other sea- I loose word for word until he gets the I nr'ver does things by halves.-Ft.
i, KIOKII IlONllS EASILY FOLD SOJ1S I i story when it would be the easiest Meade Leader :S es C->0 iP0'''}Ofi,..}?}?{4: }y l}.:-:.rr.:-:......;0wsrg: ":"} ri {..-..M4 : T4. M

?4 f -ff As the magnitude beauty rind and simplest thing in the world to I -.- i
< Just now when I the citv council 'is heilllhfulnesof the parks are better I all out in a rush Pull the cork There is a possibility that the paving Just bike Home Europern Plan

n consult, 'ting: the proposition, of putting understood l. it may be <.xp..cted. that brother and let out the contents of : industry of the United States may I I Large Airy Rooms :

1 : before the taxpayers| II plan to bond the yearly travel' to th<'m wIn\ rapidly your intellectual bottle and we will I lit revolutionized J if paving(' blocks I Clean and C'mforl.hl. Right in center ol W W f fahoDPin"

the c itv fur public} impi'ov'emi nts there increase) I pass it on to others who are thirsty made from Florida cypress sawdust | ... J t comes Ih. question. "Can the bonds I Thus the damage! r.d) by the war fur news. You know a plenty if you and hydrolme, an asphalt composition I ul.r man."emen'. MATES SUa end 7Sa. i
I. l be sold"" in answer to this ijuevtinnread is bring 'utrali/eil 1 1 bv, inducing) Ani'rii only knew that you know it.-Monti- under a pressure of from C>0 to 100( 1219 rHANklllN ST., TAMPA TIA J. D. RUSHINr. P op

ijI I what a bond, buyer. says in an intervitw ans to spend their vacation money cello NVws tans, invented by .T. Wade Tinker, of I &) fr .
at home, Kissimmee are all that is expected
I the Florida Times
It printed< in
Un 'I'hi' whole. countiv, i is t the gainer b\ To anyone reading; the state newspapers from them by Kissimmee busmss
ion :
t tins intet' mingling of the people of the ,! there is no fact more' continually men, who are engaged in forming a I
i 1 hat. municipal bonds off)'red bcities \
anil towns of I lorldu! HI ion Tast and the West presented than that I Florida i iIIh..lld i5 company for the wholesale mmiufactun WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL ?

if : Sid, ) led )>M,i,I lent securitII's 'in (the bond PourI, t hall ]17(10(10( ( () A met nun t tour- forging regardless!! of bustness 1 of this bnik A small portion of I I I
market of the country, were stiitimpnts i-ls visiicd, I?:iirupe' in the fisial" year (1ejIression' elsewhereI the main bricked street of the city, I II I
x rndrd 1 Ion" : eb-ven l months I people of Polk county wish I I will, I II I ,
y"'.lerth.y, of c"J II S'iw ',is ,11 W. dining a be replaced at once with thesebricks TilE STATE 1M-KSIII 1IOHII \ SIVIT ( OI1M.K; FOR
bond Imvii; and,; Charles C. Pierce, of whiih. the \Ili' his been in proJrt'1 tuo-million.dollar bond i issue for good | in an experimental; trial \\ 111111'; \ \II.\SJEE.; : Fl.V ..\.
Th"I is tin small)"st number ilepartuns roads Pinellas county plans oxtinsive I Clearwater. Sun GAINESVILLE; FLA.
\the !Davis IId"'ary! < '
representing < nnJractmg -
I fin, I 1'11'01'; ill a generation The improvements Columbia .county __.;- 11dud| "| ")". still' "is t ii ins.. of tho
i company, of Atlanta 1 Il1eh. Mt' Mmiil. "tlx' ,:ml. ,11,,i_ snit' I Ihr i I". .11. ., ,il, I\ i HI I(i, M In rhoN.,1111
r bond Edward Farle Nnnirle1' of the "t < "" 11 un i
l '
plans for !
Mr Piene'si' comnanv has the 4'on. total id ,partiiii from these shores in a < issue purpuse's -I 111.1 Illlll lllHt L"lll\tlHltl: ,S if .III. .Hllllv,
tract for the installation of waterworks tin ]I'Hri! I vear including, nliens The* la) >tona district of VoluI I in nice lazette; is doing a great work mill Kiift. \1., ..,. ,II,, |,",.101| |,,,,t., .in,1 I .1111Innrnl| all
'j a in sad t Ihosi cHlltcl to the colors will nott'xc.i II' six recently voted for bonds for buck j I in that city and! has tillin in with TS7 al"\'nls\ laM RI'HKlon T..t.oI r11(1"ud': b ..,, ','. ,..uTii
"a plant and M'werage svstem Mr 10,000,( roads The Melbourne district, of Hrenrel those big hearted people down then rUIII,... II III: '. 1110111"111" S11IIIIIII hrii",,I, 4,1 .1luI. ,.\,' I... >", , ,.I' i in 110.1! HIIMI1tillli -
New Smyrna both he and : S.iwVers m'l I I Im 1 It' 01 und II" to' i 1..1 a..Halo"
leaving! fir that eitv 1.."t n-.-u,. I In the eleven months from July 1, \' voted for bonds Cities and I with his customary grace and! friendly I >ti fni'. ..x..IIII" ,-II ,"(,,II per 1'IN! to June, I 101r! the American towns throughout live state have recently manner and" become one of them in H''HIo'r foi law 'I'nlial' I In in I'Idl I > 1.1 mill Normal
Mr. Pierce will later to Titusville\ ...
go the art of Mr and I Mrs 1 H. I. .'
who abroad numbered voted bonds for entertaining
where he will submit, lld'an COIII"I i,a- citizens went permanent improvements 'I I Fur flltI.r liiforiniiHoii 11.1,1.> HN Fur( , ruelLgw ,11.1 I nfoi' iiintlon WlltaV /
: In the month of and others. N.iugle! have quit the big cities forth
\ l 1IJr.! are planningto
1M.OOO May, '
plated road and street improvements I ;\ 1II'HI'IIHIII'HI'( I I ;I: I ;>'II"1:1'| I |; 1 :I i\\ \Hlii,I'I''''Ml;; .M 'I. I l'IJoHIPI.( l ::-< r -
follow country weekly and. find! real
there the citizens departing were 8,471 suit Clearwater's ,school ( pore ..
While I the definit" (figures are not yet district bonds recently sold for 101(>. m- i contentment and more real friends in -- -
In of the bond mllrkf'Mr..
f M speaking available, it is estimated! by immigration -I diluting an excellent demand for Florida : making the d\ang'l'--Snnford Herald STETSON UNIVERSITY I DE LAND, FLA.
i said t that the of development
I Sawyers spirit k
offu-ials that the June exodus will securwties Progress is decidedly i ----- I I "'n1.Ll I :rl+; 01 1.111121\1.I ;I \It'1'S 1 1'ult! tle 1.N;; 'I'h.,., .iunllanl'' I II' i i the sin i-4 .. .
in Florida' makes securities ;
< the watchword of the entire I I ey71lpnu: ( ,i nl 'tUI w uric In s.1 i. m u 11>1111"i .IMS' ,1 .\ NUIu i i "' i"ii ally anil a w ,11 eHTII ;'- ,i
not exceed J.000 sUite l'I
this .. ,
in state eagerly sought by bondbuvers In d l i. | ill itlonc
The war has frightened away the St Augustine Record 1 I i il 1.1.1'I I ;1,1. "; in Ir I 1.1111-:11!:I I 1.ITH I I"II i|< N./SILN s..,,.ii it,. inilliliiiKa LIIH'rl\l
"They bring good pril''A. t.oo. thousands' of rich Americans who every ..r,:. .\ts| Hllll (1'11a1.a, fill hrh uulI J't.III lit In I I'II nu..U. ,.,,1 I, u.l,
eaid Mr. Sawyers, "as they have never All prt Williamson editor, of the I[ Dixie Highway Dope P I iiill.Kc.l; I?; OF l l.\\\'. '1'hrrpl "r.sHoi-wl, 11,1 .ii. i I'u111'c? ,uillnw. .i.imliintinI
U the number of :
IMMMI repudiated that his house contemplated establishing hail gone!: to foreign (countries and I says some I rill' \ |ll HI ii(1 I oil.I t I.01. I 1.ISH I o,tills, II I"ll .1.l hokum I hilt, I 00''Ills
j i and '''''l1t from $100000,000 to $150- officials of Jacksonville and Duval I .'...1.1.01.; .: Ill I .. TCII-lil."J\; : \M:: si, 'III ml. til .It.I"H'I":4'; : I : Mi <'h-
a branch office in Jacksonville, the county are grafters, and, he would |I an..I.. l CI\ II. Kli cltlcal mill ('hrarll.i Iuglul ",'ik nml. Minuil, '1'i iiliilliLf Com HI a
ys 000.OOO( ). This it claimed will Will Be Worth MonTh" .
I, sum. is ( I prospec ,
home office of which is in Little Rock Ist't. work leading I. <1..H."" Klni new Uutid uaa < Ktl\ i qul| pnn tit
to I
to out all the thieves .
Ark. be kept| within the United States this run tive settler is saying "I will give you '1l.ACIIl.Hs; : iiil.ll.i.l' ; I..t. ti n ell, nil '1'lii i mill, i iiiilpmi'nt or the
) year and. it is estimated that more but. for the fact that he doesn't wish more for vour land if von will five 1 c'<,Hi ui of I.tin'nil Aria mill Ilirt Noiiiu.l. Si honl 1 IK Tot the belli 1 'lit of thus
of Florida Mr.
a1 1t Speakjng generaly, to "depopulate the No InK this couraiCCILI '.
county. won- Durea
Sawyers said that this state more Americans will visit the fourteen national me a good road to it.-Mayo Free ,KIIU OK HUSINKSS! UK I'f' 1>< m milhoi'ii I Hanklntc I In nil
I' der the
, quickly adjusted itself to changed busi- parks of the great West than mercury has recently been going Press. I Its branches Shorthand unit llonkk\I.\ \\1"11'; coolers cyan| In other .
have gone there during the last five up in the neighborhood of the St. Ihl'l\r'm.I"| ( InrK fa,'ulty and i'.iiioilioun I hiilldiiiL.KPRKI'AIIATOHY !
ness conditions, brought about by the Johns.-Tampa Times. ACAIlIwMV OruduiitvH to liter Harvard Yale
a war in Europe, than any other state in years. The two California expositionswill --0- Wakulla In Line.-A mass meeingof Princeton Cornell Michigan' Chlcatcrt and all lirst CIo'HH! toMi.iffMUSIC .
( { the Union. also be great Meccas for Ameri-I The Florida newspaper that is offer- the people of Wakulla county is being SCHOOL. A 110.000 pipe organ a largo nuMber of pianos, large facf*
I ',. ulty thorough courses of study
cans. talked about. For >;
ing a hundred bond envelopes and letter every personin ART HOJIOOI. New studio, Costly casts, models, etc Museum ot Vint t ,,i
Too often the public is prone to feel In 1914 368.797 Americana visited heads with one year's subscription the county' to come together and Arts. Regular and special COUTSPR Klvpn M
that the newspaper In expected to do Europe according\ to the immigration is coming mighty close to Uncle Sam's consider some plans for better roads Address: JOHN II. liT 'SOB UNIVKHglTY. Demand. Fla. ''

this or that for' the upbuilding. of the figures. This was the greatest pilgrimage !- I dead line. Uncle Sam says you must I ,t

1, community and that it will do so asp in five years and the banner charge for your newspaper or it can't ;t
of travel. In
} ;) a matter of course Very often the year European that year get into the mails as second-class mat- ,
press gets little thanks for its efforts the departures numbered lOQiRQ2:! ofwhich I ter.-IxMjgburg Commercial.
iilKOr:\: were of aliens. It is ..
for this -
t y very reason In fact there ;
estimated that more American dollars The Heard National of
sometimes seems to be an attitude of i'I Jacksonville
I- I resentment because it is necessary were distributed( in )Europe; in l'M4! is sending out some pretty lithographs

t t: lw once and a while to putron7* the' than would be necessary to feed the i i telling Florida editors to boost the .aL *

rD newspaper just as one buys from the American people during one month. .' "keep it and buy it at home" move- Je
p c grocer Regardless of the fact The .sum 'is estimated by some authorities i ment. The printing is done in New

M that the newspaper does and always.. at $400,000,000{) ) | York City when it could just. as well
; will boost the community in season" Since 1'MO! more than :140,000 Americans be turned out in Jacksonville Mac-

i. and out it must remain' first I and foremost .. have gone to Europe each Clenny Standard.
v l V"lIr. In 1'MO! the numi>er was :142f! ;00ln ). Co-
a business proposition and whenever -
+? fi'I' it to 1 be a failure cornmer i| IIII! the travel amounted to :14 s proves 471. In the* following year the departures of the Dp Land News and Judge IsaacA. s s
cialy community' in which it is
t 'hed : : while in Stewart before the
IY I A' reai IVi.S'JO, were municipal
+ + printed loses its main asset for progress ,
1913! :5 they were :147702. court on charges of disord'rly conduct -
( I 0 The editor was fined ten dollars
>---- I Polk ,county which has long I been a and the judge five. It's to tell '
easy Make Your Florida
'n The following item taken from the* Home Beautiful
| hit backward in the from roads movement which got the best of it.-Orlando Reporter -
Orlando Rf'porter.Star is respectfully, has awakened its sleep and Star.
referred to the Squash Editor of the -
: they are now talking of a two million --+--
t-v ,+ Tampa Tribune : I dollar bond issue to build 291! 1 miles To Jacksonville and Chicago belongs : Comfort and Cash Value
Increasing :
t 1 Mr. J. S. Bartlett of Ocoee one ofthe 'of' good hardKuI fa cod roads l Let the the distinction of having the greatest fi
most successful farmers in the .
sf (food work go on until Florida is one -.
; county, made a present to. the Re | complete network of fine roads The Mr. and Mrs. Old and the children motored through Florida last fall in search of
K porter-Star today of a squash which is
good roads. movement is the ,
greatest :
the finest specimen of that vegetable I single' element in the development of a ready-made property. Mr. Old had in mind a place with beautiful surroundings and

'. ; l ever seen by the writer The squash 1 i j the state and is doing its work everywhere rHE -3: out-of-door attractions. Mrs. Old wanted a comfortable home with spacious grounds

__ measures 72 inches around and weighs I GRAYSTONE' i. where she could spend the spare time amid the trees vines, plants and flowers. The a:

thirty pounds When the vegetable I ----000--- Old children wanted a Florida home that'had the shade and beauty of their former one
was young Mr. Bartlett wrote across I Revival of the real estate marketin
t '- t the top, "From J. S. Bartlett Ocoee, this section of Florida is seen in at the North. The Olds looked at several properties with well planned houses, but z ;

4 Fla. to the Reporter-Star, Orlando, I a number of deals reported each week. there was always something lacking in the layout of the grounds. They saw other
\ Fla>f in small letters. The letters This is one good indication that financial ; ; I. TiumtR.. MM... I.D. WITH. I.,. ; : places surrounded by charming lake, river and woodland scenery but the appealing y

{ have grown with the equash and now I affairs are rapidly righting themselves ,..S touch in home ana grounds was missing. Finally they came to a well planned house "1 I

t I measure kin has about formed two over inches the, and abrasion a thin o- i I Open Year Round i located in grounds laid out with beautiful walks and decorated with shady palms and (

t' : giving the letters a raised appearance. Kissimmee bids fair to become one other trees', and groups of flowering plants bushes and vines. They paid twenty-five :

-- of the strawberry markets of the state ;; per cent more for this property because it had been made beautiful and attractive than :

i, y; ; Citizens in general we believe, appreciate (1 next ('ason. The Fruit and Truck } that at which they were offered another just as good but not so improved by planting. J

1 the efforts of the band to en- I[ Growers Association has been work- Cum Old Sons; Other Remedies "..'t Cora. .
; I tertain them. Leader J. D. Woodbeck to that end for months and ,;
i many The worst caaefl no matter of how long.taiidjm*
"" and every member of the band have | according to President Pansier is now arc cured by lie wo' d Hul. old rclUblc DC; Plant Your Grounds During Warm Weather ;

p I given their efforts freely toward pleasIng nearing the goal. Co-operation of the Porter'. Antlwptic He.lln* Ott It ....11......
those who love mU8il' On Mon- I growers in the matter of acreage Palm and Heals at the Jie time. 5Sc.SOC,HM -,. There are lots of people like the Olds who are looking for attractive Florida places,

day night the band gave an open air given each crop so that they will be put there are very few homes for sale that have the right sort of setting. It is a very -;,;

concert in the band stand on Broadway I able to ship in Large quantities and to simple and inexpensive plan to add hundreds of dollars to the value of your place ,
1 and is planning"", we understand attract buyers here will mean much
"t the of few dollars, for palms and The
I "I to make these Monday'night concerts toward the success of the growers and through expenditure a trees plants. investment

4 a regular week event. We hope I the prosperity of the community. : will pay big in comfort as long as you own the place and in cash when you want to sell. ., $

that they yao doing they can 4i '" There is a large group of nursery stock that is suitable for warm weather planting. ; ,, ,;

\ get the practice that they have been I r Plants establish themselves more quickly during the summer than in winter months. :' (+r
9 %,, getting In a close hot band rooom right (
out In- the open with plenty of breezeto i State Press Comment I
cool them. At the same time the Use Trees from Royal Palm Nurseries :;

people of the city will have an opportunity
r .. to enjoy the music. Royal: Palm Nurseries have a full assortment of trees and plants especially adaptedto

One of the worst things about the I Florida which may be put out during the warm weather. The many acres devoted t

for i several weeks the Valley Ga- Mendenhall-Elliot tragedy will be the to these nurseries at Oneco in the land of Manatee contain an endless variety of plant- *
ttfl has been riving space to a dtscui- "wages of sin" stuff that will be
'e" don between G. B. Woodall and other handed out by the preachers and material from which to select that needed to make your home and grounds j'

4 anent the county demonstrator propo- moralizing newspapers in regard to and valuable. Customers are furnished with specific information 1' j;

t sition. We believe that this argument It. The truth of the matter is that "'' about varieties and planting methods which ia of great value. Decide ;!

r ,baa gone far enodffh and that it can such conduct a* that which caused to beautify your place: write now for the Royal Palm Nurseries s* ,
k \ result in may good whatever to any the tragedy near.Clearwater is going
"fofth e r taking >part-or that It will in on all over the country all the time catalog and see how much you can do on a very small outlay .. JJ'o//;

r 'rree* degree edify those who read and has been ever since! society seta '
a any
a j Reasoner Royal Palm Nurseries Ii;
t 1 it.o that re onw j wiU end the standard of morality that men aDd' I : _

,'. ." *hte week. with the publication women could not violate without E. G. VANS 21. B.. Sct: ATM, Oral, FWic. )t :.1,
0 : '. &t in another column.of Mr. Wood- scandal. Once in a while one of these AGNEW. Aft,. I "

;1 tf; Jre reply I jto MJ.. ,. case comes into the limelight VaO 7 Guttto QiWf.r. f1 I

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FRIDAY JULY It 115 -.,' "

row, our Flower SUPL-.. rePorted'very I o Tost ,,of .electrical .polling' at an . .
FLORIDA EAST PLANS' satisfying work accomplished since' old tin mine In'Wales bare, shown .q
the meeting before. 'Mrs. Clark was .that the 10. tf metal is'about 1, per I a

appointed department superintendent and'was of authorised 'the.humane cent,In a*former compared methods.with. 8 or' 9 percent . R., ,SvFLt: : ; >YDI :

to' have 600 carda'printed and to f .
,RAILROAD[ ,AROUND OKEECHOBEE be distributed where most needed. Dealer In ,

: , This work seemed to appeal'to the Send'us Your 1 :'t
hearts of all present and the members I Groceries Hay Grain a.nd Feed''
generally took part In the discussion ,
An extension of the Maytown-OVee- which followed the Introduction of Orders For
chobe City branch 'of the Florida bell) Sunday.. this new. work In our local union and Dakin '
Ea t Coast railway around the east:: I Z. T, Riles of Kissimmee was out a wish was. expressed that the men Corner. Broadway. and .Are.I ;
ern shore of Lake Okoechobee and looking after his bees this week. of Klsslmme might feel moved to I BEAMS

then directly east to West Palm Beach Miss Ethel Johnson went to Kiislm-' organise a humane society here, FIRE ESCAPES. Try Us on Your Next Order For 'Feed r
and the construction of a treat winter mee
( which Is so much needed. Surely, CHANNELS
hotel on the shores of Lake Okeechobee ....OOtttO..O. .. ... .... : our wide-awake town ought not to AND
+ are some of the new plans of the ., be behind other places In any.good ANGLES
officials of the Flagler System in the 0O : ALL SHAPES -- - -
i ....t..o.oooo..o.o..o..oooo..o..c..o.. . .
development of the southern part of
r POLK COUNTY 0 As usual the afternoon closed with -----
'da, according the Palm BeachPose 0 0 the literary program, which was of BOILER PLATES

Plans Decided Upon.In ..000000..0..0.0.1Arrangements I unusual merit. A solo, beautifully TANK' STEEL EXCURSIONREYWEST
rendered Miss Aultman, "The
connection with this are being made to 1 1add' GALVANIZEDCOPPER
Purple Heather," a solo by Miss Leona -
another room to the school house
development, tho Post has the fol-
Roberson, "The Slave Song," so ,
lowing to : here, and work is to begin on this .
The officials say of the Flagler System the first of next month. A second I sweetly sung that another 'Was called ZINC SHEETS

have decided that the plans of HenryM. teacher also will be employed this for to which she responded with HAVANA f
Flagler shall be carried outInsofar fall. This is necessary as there will ,. "Spring Morning." This was followed TRUSS RODS
as the extension of the railway be about fifty pupils in attendance by the reading of the Live Wire, STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL I
branch that has now reachek Okeecho- at the public school here this fall from I I by Mrs. Cochrane. Some of the ar- $15.65 $28.15
bee'City. It has long been a cherished the estimates made. That is a good i ticles contributed would have done and return from
plan of that great planner and showing for the second yearr of public I credit to any paper. The success of IRON WORK..
Lake Okeechobee a great resortforhe two years old. I greatly stimulated by tbe president,
realized that there were those who The stakes have been set for a Mrs. Aultman, who baa labored long ALL HARD WOODS
tired of the salt water and sought pole line of the electric circuit from and earnestly in its behalf and whose THURSDAY JULY 22ND.
fresh water, and there were those who Lake Wales to Haines City, which I I ability and Judgment has guided tbe LAUNCHES
chose to flutter betwixt the two. And I Will also supply Lake Hamilton with organisation through the struggles' ,
he had discovered a peculiarly apt I electric service. It is expected that common to all efforts, to the present DORIES AND Via
l spot upon which to found such a re- this will be in operation within sixtyto encouraging outlook SKIFFS ti

sort' ninety days. This will be a gerat The next meeting will occur Fri BUILT TO
Tnte railway officials have settled convenience and improvement here. day, July 24, at 3:3U.: p. m. ..::. ORDER Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Go ,fate
upon the plan to extend the line now The pole line is to be a high tension Cor. Sec.
running down from Maytown to Okee- line and thus the service ought to be BOILERS AND Tickets .Include Meals. ud Berth a
,"; chobee City-skirting the shores of first class. It is ten miles to Lake TANKS BUILT TO
the lake about five miles' from the Wales wheret he house will ADVKKTlNKIt LETTERS ORDER Sold for Ship Sailing July' 22mA with

., water's' edge-thence running easterlyto he located.Mr. power PUMPS FOR ALL Limit of August 2a.L ; j
make the terminus West' Palm List. for the Two \VrokH< Ending July
has returned from
Wisnand a
Beach. This route is perfectly feasi- I Indiana. 20th, iota. PURPOSES For information, reservations or tickets call on any Atlantic Coast '
trip to "
ble, the country through which the I Mrs. Carpenter and little boy and COMPETENT FORCE Line Ticket Agent or P.i
road would run is of remarkable rich- here Dallard, Prince; Brady. Mrs. Hattie FOR ROAD WORKAT '
'girl joined Mr. Carpenter com; J. G. Kirkland Division Passenger Agent Tampa.
ness; and there would be an added ad- ing from Kansas City. Mr. Carpenter'' ; Brown. Mrs. !Rachael (2)) ; Cooper ALL TIMES
vantage. I It would (rive the lower II came a few weeks in advance and I M r.... Nan ey; Elliott, Concll; .oooooooo o.oo.ooooooo.oooooooooooooooooooo..oo..o. r ,1
section of the slots another track to built house. I (looliall. !H. ; Henry Ii. J ; Hoard PUMPINO MACHINERYALL
I a iTrees
the northward-and during certain: Charlie Hughes J. M. James, Johnnie KINDS
Mrs. Wyles has moved into her new 1 1I ;
busy seasons of the year there could I ; Joshua Mr. Lee Miss Carry; I A
I house.
he routed this added IGraerruEtci
over trackage
Mrs. Sanburn has returned from her I-ewi, Amster; Moullrle Mrs. k tzn7 Orange
of tho trains whose delay
many freight !: Misn. m <
I trip to the north sooner than she Gloria. Taylor Mary; Stanley
now oftentimes creates so much Clinton. .I Standard varieties in all sizes for immediate delivery. Place
Louisa Yonney,
; planned when I leaving' here.Mrs. ; I T 71HC
bother to the entire system. !) Hauls and! little son, Laurie, B. B. Simpson, P M. j I ITo your order for next winter for both Citrus Fruit and Peach trees, to
Another Fine lintel.While I be of the sizes and varieties
are visiting relatives at BowlingGreerL JACKSONVILLE sure getting you want.
the railway is not intendedto FLORIDA
he closer to this. great inland seal i, ; near Tampa.CHRISTIAN_ Drive Out Malaria j Our trees are budded to the best standard varieties of both

than t five miles. it is understood. that And Build Up The System -- grapefruit and orange from heavy bearing trees.

there will Ite l a spur track to reach the Take the Old Standard GROVE'S oooo ooooooooo+ ; Our Citrus Fruit trees have been grown by expert and experienced ,
lakefr'int directly! in the center of an TASTELESS chill TONIC. You know
immensely rich bit of soil \Here will ENDEAVOR I what you are taking, as the formula is M. TILLER nurserymen who have been in the business for many years. J
lie, ost-ablislu-d t ) one of the great hostelries printed on every label I, avowing it is Our Peach trees are Florida grown and are budded on Pasco Plum M

I ; for which the East C'oast i is tuned Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. Real Estate Agency. II slock.

\ -an<| there will, l he at least a couple of Had that Presbyterian juniors in The Quinine drives out malaria, the .. .. If you are looking for a first class nursery stock do not fail to
million dollars coveted to bring the I Kissimmee have socials Children Iron builds up the system. SO cents send for our catalogue, which is yours for the asking. This cataloguealso
creation to the standard to which Realty bought and sold.
up work better with, some fun
the regular patrons of the other hotels ally.It. o..aKion-1 Houses rented. gives much valuable information regarding preparing the land.. s' '

have been accustomed. is a commendable thing, for a grove, setting and caring for the trees. WRITE FOR A CATA- ,'.
Taxes and Titles verified
Complete details of the plans have sociated Charities doing Rood work in : S.Ii.BULLOCKREAL paid \ LOGUE TODAY. .'.

not Iwen issued to the public; but Orlando, Palatka, and some other for nonresidents.Fire Our nurseries are located at Leesburg. Florida: also at Eagle .'
enough has been given out to lustify wide-awake Florida places, as well in Life and Accident In- I
Lake and Lake Wales, the famous Winter Haven section
the statement that probably within a I Jacksonville and Tampa. Among spe- ESTATE I Imm surance. v dv

couple of years it will be possible to cial, Sunshine organizations of these .... . I THE C. E. THOMAS NURSERIES :
leave the salt-water hotel at Palm *** ** %* *mmm 1 Indemnity Bonds. ,
last named .cities interesting' us much. I I1UURN WI2DH l>UILt>INO TA.M 1! P.A.. FL.A. -
Beach, with all the beautiful nvironlIt" are the Humane Society in Tampa, and INSURANCE !
\! and in less than ninety minutes the rood( work led by Jacksonville people "
Ofestablished in another charming ho- in - - --- ----
furnishing a competent woman Examination of Titles
tel-home, surrounded by its share of as "Travelers' aid" in the union depot. I a ooooooooooooooooo t 2
Remi-t ropical growth, rich gardens of' Oddly it seems, the just mentioned
beauty and usefulness, its attractions I work for Tampa should thrive best in Specialty.
for the sport-lover as well as for the and that of Jacksonville in C.W. GRIFFINStaple
sedate and elderly lover of quietness; "the tourist season." And for every I Correspondence Solicited. I... The Favorite Store of Kiftimmee I nr
and having all the fascinations and allurements town and hamlet in our beloved state

of the present century! are chances to be kind to animals, and and FancyGROCERIES
A Railway Center birds, and greet kindly the strangers. I .
The advent of this road will add to Year around there are opportunitiesto
the prominence of this point as a rail- make the world happier because we '
way .enter-and will necessitate the have lived in it. SELECT HOMES CHOICE FARMS j ; FURNITUREWE ? ,

employin a larger force of men in I We stayed home from the annual VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE.MRS. .... .
\ various departments of work. The locomotives Sunday school picnic here today to I
; will be, as are those of the prepare the usual weekly press news Free Delivery to all Part
'h I entire Flagler System oil-burners; although for several papers. You see the edi- MARY M. SUMMERS I of the City
i during, the construction of the tors are "taking the day off," in need- 608 Penfield St. .
I I, road and building and equipping of the ed rest, and it does us good to thinkof I r HAVE IT r ,
;d great hotel 1 grounds some of the leftI' that. One block west of Clyde avenue. 0000000.00000000000000000+ rf
overs of the present style will be used. Mr. G. B. Boardman, president of of
the second west
(Clyde avenue
I' the Presbyterian society. in St. Petersburg Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe

I has sent a generous contribution court house leading south.) I I Old 8t*.d.rd rreneral trenrlhenlnv tonic, (
0 0 toward the "back salary" for Secre- GROVK'8 TASTRL.KB8 chill TONIC drive,out
O Malria.enrtc' he blood.aod build*upth .r.-
0 CAMPBELL I tary Grace. Pomona Congregationalists \ - tem. A.true tonic. For adult and I : AOcOUR In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete
t 0 6iw' of northeastern district and the '
0-0OOS Presbyterians of Miami, and union society - -- - -- -- line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting nonet, and '
.... ... ... .. .
in Fellsmere, are three others .. .. "" "q "q .. handle reliable
Mrs. Rhoda Lucas, teacher for among the several who have answered
term of school here Mon-
the next was
Mr. Cavanagh's plea in our behalf.
day. Mr.E. Z;. Christian secretary in Fells- Bed Room Furniture Dining
; Misses Blanche, Nance and Ethel
increased the value of their ,
I mere, gift
t Johnson spent Monday in Kissimmee by adding a message of esteem and A MOTTO Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par- ,
-1 shopping. good wishes for future work. Thanks. MOTTO- ,
Lanier and Raymond Lanier
1. M. son
I' Miss Harriet Bartlett En-
I visited Okeerhobee last week. a pretty CLEAN lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
s They went down by automobile andreturned deavor girl in the St. Cloud Presbyterian MARKET, ,
Johnson's boat. society, became Mrs. Ham l not much good unless it is
j on Capt.
Brammer in June. The ceremony FRESH Couches Etc.
They a pleasant trip.MeUin ,
A Prescott made businesstrip came "at high noon, and both young up to. is a

'I l to Auburndale Tuesday.Mrs. a. and this day old of of rejoicing her church for had Miss a Bartlett part in good thing to have, .but pulling -

Wade II. Lanier and children, and the bridegroom. v it This store i it making a record for itself in the matter of 'k
Elizabeth and Tom Watson, are visiting -
Mrs. Lanier's mother, Mrs. Ben Most of our societies thought usually helping people to audit borne Come and see. Our price are
with Lessened numbers
keep running -
Cobb, at Rosalie. all summer, but among those taking -
Mr. and Mrs. John Rowland are
a vacation are Orlando Presbyterian -
visiting, their Winter mother Garden., Mrs. Needham I I the Christian church, St. Petersburg cop-a, u u..rn rightTOOLS
Rowland at and First in Pen-
Miss Blanche Nance returned to her | xucola.Last.
after several -
home in Bartow week's "PalatHa News," in
visit with relatives here.
I weeks Crescent items mentions two
City ,
Jack Lamb is visiting his brother, IN PRACTICEis 1
'. young la ; Charlie Lamb. workers in the society there--Minn No matter what an Engine you ti

;."i a J. Milton. Bryan moved his family Waterman, now living in J>. Land. und Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Toals yam "
M'. to their home in Haines City this week. Miss, Helen of much better. TIle result is all we can expect our customer to
is section foreman here and I Norton daughter our need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oiler, etc..
Mr. Bryan
will return in two months if his health one-time Norton. But state there president is. a differ, Mr.-nee\Vm., De-C. care about. No matter how hard we might strive to please unless all of the best quality and workmanship and at price that will .

{I.; will permit. Their .many friends regret Land has a C. E. for Mis Waterman we actually do please, our efforts are in vain. surprise y_. This store has the reputation of handling only

,,) their. and departure.Mr. Mrs. H. R. Garrett entertained has yet to be useful in. and Crescent. City hardware, that is ef superior quality and yon will make .. cola't('t 4

.] their friends Monday evening. only a Junior society now. take in coming here NOW and inipectjng oar big stock.
Very few of us can go to the great
;j Those present were: Misses. Flossie Chicago convention this week, hut all
Bryant, Ethel Johnson, Bessie Gar- who read "The Christian EnrleavorWorld"
I. rett, Blanche Nance and Lessie and can !share unselfishless in the Gfie Central Market

Sabre Bright, Messrs. Coy Reaves, goon to come to those able to attend.
Reuben and Robert Bronson. the be Osceola Hardware
By soon paper can Company
in Kis- .
Dan Johnson spent Monday got for three months, paying only 25:! "
"la the Hub of the
Bimmee. cents Five such subscriptions for one City \
R. V. Lanier made a business trip to
dollar. All of us should read carefullythe
Kissimme-e on Monday.Mrs. accounts thus given of what hap- 'Phono 209. 18 ,
W. L. Campbell spent Sunday in Chicago. a
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell pens -
July 6th. Grace A. Townsend.' Broad"a"0
near Loughman.Mr. I tnvV Y
and Mrs. Aaron Reaves spent

'. Sunday with Mrs. E. E. Brown. ___ __ _____ _ _ ___ SOIL BUILDER
The Laymen came out Sunday evenIng !I W.C.T.U. COLUMNA I
and we all enjoyed their nice music R

1 .and singing and also their speaking. Blowers' Ground Limestone makes acid soils t' lsfswat.

r *ine alain Brother Laymen. his downpour of rain at our last Summer Excursion Rates It releases potash salts and imparts ?
r' , -other E. A. Milton preached
Ji meeting did not deter twentyfourof
strength and vigor to growing and trees '
;4 -iarewell sermon Sunday. We all hate our brave women from attendance. crops r- ,
to lose him as he has done so much There seemed to come also a dawn- $31.50 $33.00 $37.75 $43.50 Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine 'FBLOWERS I ,4'.J k'.; i),

% of enthusiasm, and It waa not readily mixes with'the soiL Contains no impurities 'AROUNDLtM '
, pour
"we'had .fine rain and everybody is Louurill Cindnnhti St Louis Chicago i.."
K>: a be applied at time-is
only one of the most enjoyable meetings can:
busy planting. 5.4 ...... .1..... 5.1 5,1-0 5.4..... any
of the far but of E-
"t year so one inexpensive. Write for literature and prices.
returned from
Canada. Uouttaina. Yellowstone.
: Mrs. Alex. Bronson Low tales to all other tesorta Crest Lakes Rocky
i''' Bartow after spending a week with the most inspiring aswell.. Four Salt Lake California Expositions,etc. For information address 0 Blower. Lime & Phosphate Co. l
, her father and Mother Mr. Barnie_ new member were: received, earnest H.c:. WIETNET rJ ......... ...... '.....".as. ".-J- ..*..,.. STONENATURE'S f
-\ :Ban. woib.iivhoM+ icominr< to ntin\; .a&* r 1M $.y s.-t.(IeI..II7. }........ +.1IIe..I .FMrils Boa K 303>, Ocala.. Jloridt __ _w.
visitor in Campr4V- new and effective service Mrs. Mor- .
1'ds a .
',Coy: Rearms was ., ..

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;;, '..,.'FACE- 4. .THE [KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JULY, 16, ii,915 ;;
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=_ Guns Greatly W. 'B. MAKINSON _CO'S' Bargains In '1 &

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: Cash Bargains To Reduce Stock i

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: : E: Anything You Require, We Can Save You From 15 to 25 Per Cent. ::

I t eti' t : We Have a Big Stock and Must Reduce Same and Turn It Into Cash. -

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OIG' home canning until every farmer in I

: Osceola(ning outfit countis and in equipped position with to save a can-his il 7or ]J.k.hme I.I. I. Want Ads. I

Society Notes $ crops and make them show a profit mr I
j | i pegardles of a glutted;] market I hope

the papers in every county in the state .I

r-t 1 will take up the good work and keepat 1 I. Load and drive slowly. and him of aromatic )!
1 (Mattie Belle Harris Editor.) it until the farmers all over the lightly, give two ounces I l'(OR) :SAI; I 1 1" A rood bicycle, in fine re-
state know the advantage of being 2. Stop in the shade if possible 1 spirits of ammonia, or two ounces<< ol pair' Apply I llull.u Limit StOle.' or

equipped to can what truck that can- 3. Water your horse as often aspossible. sweet spirits, of nitre in a pint of Water see E'I1.t;' I 1.11" n'ne'e* :80-2t()
i:1: 1 Request is made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send Items not be sold at a profit as fresh vegetables -
So long horse is ''t him of coffee
I as your ; or give a pint warm. I I FtlSALE( / : Iltt'I'RAIiF: r> ;
is I of society event to the Editor for publication in these columns 1 In helping the farmer they will help working, water in small quantities will 1 Cool his head at once, using cold water. I mil oniiiiti lI.. in good limning, order

hurl him But let him drink if ;and| 111.ik .s food ,i > 'uram' Owner
themselves, indirectly,! if not directly not onlya or, necessary, chopped ice. wrapped ( | pc t
R,+ q. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . ...............--..--.......... ........"""' '-_ ".......,_...L......>..................-".-.-.-...-....._-._._._......-_._._._.........._._._..... ..,. "II,' who causes two cans of fruit or few swallows if he is going to stand in cloth. ltn'l", ; |I
B. y. 1'. 1'. SOCIAL \oial solo Miss I, I li/ahith. Aiillmin, I vegetables to l 10" canned where, beforeonly sti'l]' Do not (fail to water' him at night i 10 If the horse is off his feed try \\ \\ll I I.I II I Siei.mi;, hand office, fUTlll-
I one or none was canned is' a '
it 1\11''' Bung II. ( ;.Iory. and MI le'.ielmg I Mis I ( '01"'In me, ,. vocal solo, benefactor, to the human rae" I alter he has eaten Ins, hay. him with' two quarts' of oats mixed I with, I II I' ,Mil], I I I' 'III J'Oocl 'I/"btl"( All

R Hut 'regards, 1 am, 4. When he comes in after work, bran, and a little water' and acid a lit, ill'" I:ON I"; ( ']ll\ 'W-!() JJs
I" 1.h."." of Ihe .IIII1'or' I Il.! Y I' lund if. if. if J J 1 F. WII I I.I,SON'; ,
off live harness marks and tie salt Oi, linn, oUm.ilgiuel
thin fiiond'Vrdnesd.y I MISSII.IIl| | ) ;K lN'FFR'I'IISsL. I; 1; | | sponge or sugai give I 1'1/' /: \ I I Ni ii ,r Inn" "i'.ilou with
< elrnnegE I 1 ,,, 1 Iihel:I I Wildi. i nti I 1..1,, I his Ins and mouth, bailey. eater to dunk, ,. ,
i i sweat
1 at the home ,i'r tlw lattr, 011 fllaldtIlixtreet. . I u i -- - - I eyes<< nose ': oi 11 i "' I I"I ii 1",1 l J it ]h.1 li n"i ri i rum"
The dl\ ,., ,',n,," or the rI "nuiga I ,'1'n' :> 1"" < i ,,1"11 i at h"1" i home"' on A1alibelle and the dock. Wash Ins (feet but not I II.I \\'ate h yo'n hoi, e. II lie I, slops "f Iii i I 'i ii "c i in I":iin i it. Ilk(
was a "ollt.1 10 ,rr which Oil" could 1. treat. with, a \.K.ition 'I I i rap' v v vvvvv )Ins legs': sweating': ,suddenly oi il he hic.iILes, it Ml' i In i \\i\\\ \ t tak., "" Hilt I I lot n fhist,
'e p.uli' in] I'''MIDI of Miss] Mn\: | )O\M.11.|] .1 I I II I ,
, | . i\ 11] i I 11."I.y. I I.uue'hnuui.
:;t do make" '1 111f'Ihr In't mural t wnuls' 'curs scat wan of by(/Mini-MrssManua If, 'l 1.11''ion. Illinois I -:. 51UI i, AND: ; 1'111 i : SHI:i?P : ). I II( the thermometer is e\enty- boat' and qua' k, oi il his cars ehoop l I I M I i :::0 8l:
s r I pier I 'I Inquests' andboolets | v (five lulls all if he stands with Ins Leased
) fills) The nntlalion' JIIII"I: win ri\< n putures vvv vv vvvv vvvv degiees or higher': wipe or legs':
l ) wa" given to J"lInk 1I'yal1 11..1"101l I ; witlihith, thiwen1 to takean I user with a damp] sponge Uelne- sidev\ays he is in danger': of a licit oi' I alt i > IF\I:I I I I"\ the \ 'e'.1'u l. rill H room
r ... iniiiiiniiiacation tnI'] Each \ acation It with note that the hn"IM < In i. in. ciilire i unfurneshi.iJ
refreshments of m iam, punch and , 'is pleasure we (gar water' if possible Do not turn the sun slioke and needs attention at once cake were servc-d was spent) .it a diffiiont! place anti, saloon'" league people) are abandoning I I" |I"th, f fl.llll-he'd I I ,\pl'|,|''\ I" 11 is'll.Joi.i
I mid many and \ am.d were i the putm' .snscd i the local-option regime for that hose on him I 12. 11\ ,it t is so hot that the hoise ) i i. .ill'.nil, 1 Ilb| i :\la1,1..II., SL

;1 H. O K II. CLUII I to illiisliat'' The I ( 'onveyanres I wiser and sum/ 'r protect. the nationwide / I 6. Saturday night give( a b W,,n sweats in the stable at night tie him :Wtpd
/I J I Rode. ]In. 'I'he I Hotels at \Vhich I Stop:; ,, piohibition of t the liquor t tiaflieDoubtli mash, lukewarm ; and add a leaspo outside with bedding under him Unless -
,. ", t ", ( ). pad I, What I Ate, )How 1 Spent M'I .s runny of the'm will now claim ful of saltpetre. he cools off during the night he 101,: '- \1.1 'I I I\1o I CI'" s. $1 1 "HI I IvlI I-
h i1 ; ]1. Itook Club iii-sday I afternoon Hi lime, What I Saw and the People) 1 that that was always their goal, that 'i I.iun', 1'1'I' !, ,I
Her home on Ftrac street" The highest ',Met Miss, I I.ouise homason's vac nlion the local work was only 1""pallltOI\ 7. Do not use a hors-hat, unless it cannot well stand the next day's heat '
tr.' .gf ; score was made by Miss Nina': on the farm won the prize' which I to the larger area of plan and oper.i is a canopy-top hat The ordinary 1 \\ \ I I l I' \\neli, of H'1\,, kind I IVM'l

Uratton Fainty J) M-shme-nts of was one of the lat hooks I Ii tion Rut it is \d"llt, that the ti ;ifficIS b..II--hapcd hat does more harm than These rules are prepared by the, Be s- '" rU1' I i \I\ lio e IH whiling
3,. f. sherbet. and cakeweie seived Those i The 1 house| and] porch. were ta'tefullydecoruted has grown in t thr", V" flee of I the. good. Ion Vtowklloise I Relief Association, to ell" inn? M |eatable t | mooch| and(
a ,1' present wen Misses Ethel Lee Kathleen ', with,t the star ja"lI1l1w, white glowing reports of local] victories and nerd i c'1111'1"' \ mi nt at Hearden, Mattie Belle Harris, !I rose ;rand! fit i 'ns the people] hue wondered. and some I H A sponge on top of the head, or whose office is at l'j3c"1' \ :Street. J I I'I.. i ui i,1\1 l 1, JIu\ _,s I I. Kr': sjniin ,-
'i Amy Makmson, Marion Porter, Orpha Theoloi scheme of jrien and have 1 become wended ove-i t h. untoward II even a cloth is good if kept wel II Boston Mass We also publish stable' "Mi 24-1!IlWI'.LLIS | ]

r, fi Rose. The club will be, entertained white WHS earned out in the refreshments ..circumstances. Thefact is theCiofessed :: dry it is worse than nothing. rules and drivers rules. Copies of any

di tl next ILarris.Tuesday by Miss Mattie Belle? ,, punch,, cake which and consisted mmtB Misses of 1('re-am Ethel( Christians the conduct of the land of 1 Kmir are 1 9. If (he horse is overcome by of these rules will be sent free on application / Teller I I I ] : ; ; for rent, apply' to M.

s-i' I nROOK M Iw I Lee and\Edna Schweikart assisted in Saul when he returned with some of heat, get him into the shade, remove Our office 'is open through-I
'' r" l' CLUB the Hervmgof refreshments harness and bridle wash his mouth!. the C.
the sheep after he had been commanded out out year. Henry president I FOR(>I HI.-n'--ix: I :; room modern cottage -

?i{ :s, i i. small Miss rook May club Whiteman Wednesday entertained afternoon the I After. Weaver the serving sans,; two of beautiful refreshmentsMrs. selections Probably of God Saul to destroy intended all to destroy of them.all I sponge* him all over, shower his, legs ; LewIs' A. Armistead, secretary. I close) in; $J IJ per month. E.
\ E. Wells Real Estate
and Insur-
at her home in Cape Breeze. Delicious in her own pleasing\ manner.Those but it not in God's time. -
*+ "''f; refreshments of lemonade and cakes" who were fortunate enoughto That seemingly was pious way or of his "' :-:"'.r' Y{S'C st1405Sr44'M}Ho<-s' : ,-'r6 <
were served. Those present were arrive before and between showersto purpose .
to of the sheep sacrificedid .
use some in
k Misses Dot and Joe Makinson, Mar- enjoy the pleasures of the after- not receive God's sanction. And so The Manhattan Under New man FOR SALE-Two boats; one 35x10,
y j"1,;t. :. jory Futch, Elizabeth Ledbetter., Edith'' noon were Misses Mary Dowell Louise He who dealt so exactly and rigidly i J 18 II. P. T. & M engine; one 16
:. f Miller, LucyaPearce, Mary Seymour, Thomason Ruby Ellis, Betty Ault- with Saul uses a similar method with agement. Comfort- foot long,. 4 II P. engine, will sell
./! ;' Lillian man, Tracy, Mildred] Lee. Inez Carson, his children now. The people have Kigsimmee Florida able home- .cheap; also one pair large mules
IN' M N I Lucy Witherspoon, Etta Witherspoon used long enough the ill-gotten gains rooms, : Fl. W. Thurman 22-tf
; !/"J: W. C. T. U. MEETING Torinne Gilbert : like attention cuisine and X:: ----- -
Lucy FJuckels, Ethel I of the liquor traffic. That partial t service. Special given dining room. Rates ---
,; The W. ( T. U. held] its regular Mills' (Gertrude< Mills Ethel Lee, Edna I hibition or destruction of it through pro- I $2.00 per day. MRS. R. B. SAVAGE Proprietress $; I Iy I,'OK SALI':
rI meeting Friday afternoon at the Sehw ikart and Mesdames James ] has borne ......... ..... ., . . ... .. ..... . .., . .... ..... ....... "agon( one 2 ey Huiek lu good
i 4 Chapter House The following program .lohnston,, Thai) (Ohvr) (n.J W. F Persons' I local-option And how could not it when it good ew fruit.right I' ..-.-.-..........."-----."--"...-.-.-.-" '"...-.-.. .-.-.-... .-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-. .-.. .. '..... ...:->-:--:--:-:->-:-:-:-X", -:":-> condition, rood (Bras" ; must sell or

e was rendered V. It Ellis and F'. K. Weaver. trade ,
; it once A. 1\1. Jones P O.
into the face of Joel's
F \ 3 I Trnnfig with divine mandates a .:-:-:-:-:-:--:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:,.:..;..:-:-:,.:-:..:-:-:-:-:--:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-.:-:-:.,:..:..:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:-:.. Box 2J1 ,, HlsMinuue tit

most disastrous proceduio in any clime I ). .. -- -
j S.V ftIS :--:--.... .xCOMJlHJNICATWS -> are .lust as staple and sulatile] as sugar I and among any people, pomp and parade :sTRAWHI; -;UKY I'LA1'TS"l1d: :; $2.r,0

jj .' a 4 : + and coffee and will always pay tllt'l I to the contrary notwithstanding t South Apopka Citrus Nurseries for 1,000) (ablmge, plants at $L50.
?,fi eanner a handsome profit. F L..tI.. take fresh coinage today I since t Pe.ieh, plum! pear and cherry trees
1'1'F l farmer that will make Inisi I God's; will is ] discovered, ) :
M a \ 1 more clearly
't S 0 }4Cw tOSO C POOS-S-."ti :-:,-:}{--M+ nt 10( to Ifi> ee-its each John Light-
: :
( nes of canning for the market will and the spirit of obedience is become I Ocoee Florida foot, E. Chattanooga, Tenn. 48 tf
Tampa, Fla, July (H.; ]JII5.!) find! it a \ery porfitable one he-re 1 I is I ing correspondingly] commensurateand i: ,
Dear Friend Harris: always n ready market for high gride: equal to the nc'a"ion. :s: :i: I It

pi I am glad to see you devoting so canned good; ; boat] ) dealer] !; and wholesale Chicago. E 11. Parkinson, Fl D.SUNIA1' I t ;' UKNISIini I ROOMS for lighthousekeeping
much space in your valuable> and interesting houses will take then entire out- All the leading varieties of : at low rates for the

'?, ", paper to the nit'iLst of home put and pay a good profit to the canner Orange and Grapefruit trees in : hummer I Very close in, in plain
i:1 view of lake :
{ canning. : AT TilE FIRST ; always a good ;
; \ t; I know no other one subject that is' A great many farmers' wives have BAPTIST CHURCH 3: fine condition at the very lowest :: very desirable] location ; all conveniences -

4 of as much importance and should he the impression that tomatoes are f prices. :f'I. tc tcr ; Inrge porches; any numberof
about the only vegetable that can be- There will he usual services at 11 rooms desired at one-half winter -
{ BO strongly impressed upon the minds
b i and 7:4' the The rainy season is the best rates Call or address No. 14
of the fruit and vegetable growers as successfully canned at home, so she a m. : P. m., pastorat
r sy this of leaves the most wholesome and I both hours The morning subject S.:; Orlando avenue. 18-tf
'I\ subject home canning. nutritious time to set trees. Good trees set t
'fi'4 '1 There is no way so easy to Over- ones to decay in the field being will be "A Three-fold] Co-Partnership." I.
: \ come the high cost of living as can- under the impression that it is At night, "Some Other Way" The now will keep one years growth in :7 i: LOST A g-old-handed] umbrella between -

ning at home even though they may impossible to keep them This is a services will be quite short. The houseis advance of the same kind of tree high school and Clyde avenue.
+, d have to buy fruits and vegetables] this great mistake. It is just as easy to comfartal as our large fans keep 1 inder return to Mrs B. C. An-
can be done at a time when they ares successfully ea4i corn, string beans, the breeze stirring All invited ta set next fall. Send today for catalogueand I At",1.' 28-2tp

.- most plentiful and the prices the low- lima beans, peas, and okra, as it is tend. at-I i. lowest price list to above address. FOR r
tomatoes. > Oliver typewriter,
i h est. There is not a farmer in the i i.oocooooo
Z state but what lets enough fruit andvegetablea The farmer enjoys advantages nearly new. Price $40; cost $105.
i s many -:- '<-: :-:-:- ...:-> oooo oo. ooooooo. Apply to S. H. Bullock tf '
go to waste every year to r over those whose factories are
1 ( feed his entire family. He can not located in town. lie can put up his 0 HOUSEHOLD HINTS S

e ",' only put up all the can goods he truck when it is just at the right < 0: vfr* <"*W"M M"W.(-.:"MX-:-:--...><<-:-:- :--:--:..:- :..:-:..:..:_:_:..:_:_:-:..:-:-: -:":-:->><--:->
'tie- needs for his but he for without ,
own use, can stage canning having the xx"i'
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YM, f; also put up enough to sell and pay I long haul to town and probably a long .
f h his grocery bill, and then some, from wait at the factory before getting the Celery is useful in rheumatism. X
yMa i what would otherwise be a waste. truck into cans
i -.. Just think of the number of truck On account of the long haul and the Alcohol will remove candle grcese Lake Garfield Nurseries Co.k I
sr; { growers in this state that have no insurance wait at the factory often times the
t" against glutted markets and truck is on the verge of spoiling be- All vegetables should be put into
v i low prices on their vegetables how fore it is canned Not so with the i boiling water. PROOFS FACTS I IOur
i }' $r,;9 many of these truck growers would farmer owning a home canning out- .
stand the loss of their fit he his fruit trees calipering a half inch and less To the
buildings by ; gathers and truck as When mawing,; ice cream pack news grove owner (here is a great satis- t
fire year after year and not be persuaded it ripens and puts it up while it is papers tightly around the top of the are set out along side of nursery trees from faction in knowing as his trees bearing
come into X
fit to protect themselves with insurance. fresh and sound, therefore turning outa freezer to prevent the ice I.lofting too other nurseries calipering three-quarters to an
i product far superior to the ordinary rapidly. that they are the best, that each is true to
+ Yet these'same have losses factory canned and the inch, and are walking away from them. We-
s k < growers goods consuming name, from
a stock
; equally as great on their truck crops public will not be long in Take time to put the blacking pot prove our claims of merit by showing our wares parent !that has a record ;
'tt- I. ' f on account of poor market or by notbeing finding out the difference. out of the way in its accustomed place and the results obtained by our customers. for quantity and quality results. These things
y. s ' at able the to right get their time truck the losses to market in what Did one you acre ever will stop produce and figure in canned out for avoided.thereby will a proboble smuttingeb These things are insuring orders for us day by a man knows who has Lake Garfield Nursery

\r ,, this state from these causes are enor- goods T I will give it to you as I day. Trees. X
mous. The grower can insure himself have it figured out: Corn 1800 2 lb. of
Select dozen the smoothest
4 against this enormous loss by being cane okra, 6135 2 Ib cans; string and a or so from the GET OUR CATLOGThe
prepared to can his crop in case the beans 3000 2 lb. cans; sweet potatoes largest splints new
\ market not right. "Prepare fort 2600 3 lb. cans tomatoes 4800 3 lb. I broom and lay them away to use in \
are ;
Pittsburg (Pa.) Dispatch "It called
: u it
When says a catalog i.
cake it is
testing baking. ; more than that it is a .
war.ln time of peace. cans. By figuring these goods at the ,
'' s, ,1-: ''. (! How foolish ft la for them to spend market price and then deducting about work of art a masterpiece.
,fJ't'Ithtlr time find money growing a crop 2 cents for each 2 Ib. can and about To remove the smell of onions or You should have a copy it rings true.
!'I Just to Jose It aU when the market be- 2 1-2 cents for 3 Ib. cans, it will show fish from the frying pan put a little When you read it you instinctively feel a contact with a master's touch
:.: eomea glutted and the truck having to what there If to the farmer in canning vinegar in It directly after using; and of what should demand in a tree. A free ; you come to an appreciation -
l ,II the fire few minutes you nursery copy to
lay In Die field and rot.1 Botten vegetable on. acre of truck. put over again a you.
*i'r make )rich field but poor farm The time is not far distant when Then wash in soapy water. .,
., email cost they could the greater portiOft'of the jean goods
s tL I' 'er*. At a very .
"f be. prepared to ...... .'their crop' ,j by will be put up on the farm instead ofat A cement for mending a cracked LAKE GARFIELD NUSERIES! CO.
patting it up' in can and be in a po'aiUonio .. the factory In town. Homo canned stove la made of wood ashes and salt &
4; f' bold it until they could mar* goods arc rapidly becoming a favorite In equal proportions reduced to a BARTOW FLORIDA
canned Mod .. with the consumer. pact with cold water. It will soon "
r ket it at a profit a* <' '
is 4i r .N,: ,Panned * Jrt?+w+ propeiTjr put. w '..1 bops you :will continue>[ to advocate I harden and (may be polished | ... ... . .. .. . .. .. .. ...... .. ... . ...... . . .. .\".< 1 1J'
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< THE [: tSSiMMII' VALLEY GAZETTE: ,_ . H -- .:car': ;.PAGI'si i

,11' 'THE, 'HS3IMMEE. .VALLEY/GAZETTE,/ : ""MiC:''in& Mrs' J'Li; Reave* left this Sparkman, a white'man,, wants; ;' ; J ' ,, t C; that with'other dU..m JdJlg t;
':' bone No. lljm morning by auto for' Green Springs Brooksville for CLYDE LINE, I progresr
4 where they 'will ot I' Jumping a bond, REDUCES ,Vin street, 2690.. T----18 feet wide. In the matter of improvements it was j ji
spend couple Bassenger cost '$10,168.20. "
PablDbed'Ev.ty Friday By weeks. *" i incumbent upon them to give the .ot- :
I, .,B. HAHJua Hi 0, Ingram and Deputy Prank .;:TotaJ $62. .the :"; .J. era, an opportunity to. say whether err
.. VAfttf AGXHW) Walker Sheriff Law arrived Saturday FRUIT rt '
$ Ernest Verge, representing the CITRUS I RATES Cstimatei on. sb cut fill and they wanted the city to progress or to
tv university of Florida was a visitor -from Brooksvilla and returned' bridge toward St.".Cloud, were later take a back __t.It was decided that rrj
UUOOOUOUOQiuooo oooo in Kissimmee Wednesday in the inter- Sparkman to Brooksville for trial. i i. Uv furnished by Engineer Liudlam. .as f ol" the councilmen would take off their '

: est of the university. :W. W. Rush;,whoh a* been at Okee- NEW TARIFF' WILL )1//AkE( ..COM'' lows t ats and maklt c1etennlftebt.* for "
"' chobee for several weeks this Estimate for short cut road to. St the bond Issue u.t as soon.. the le..,
i.The Local Field J Lee Jarrell, of the legal firm of week and is pending some, came time up with BINATION RAIL AND STEAMER Cloud: gal call for.the_ election Is.prepared.

Vans Agnew & Crawford, made a his brother, J. E. Rush, while recuperating RATE .UO PER MINIMUM'CAR 100 foot bridge Standard steel and ,
visit to Bartow on professional business : from an attack of lumbago highway $$1,200.00; standard steel and -- ---. ... . -..

Thursday. and muscular rheumatism. Fie U improving OF 300 BOXES LESS THAN THE concrete, 41,700.00; solid concrete $8.- .

UOO..oHOOOtOOOOO..OOH- J. C. Ledbetter, who \is located at ; rapidly. PRESENT ALL-RAIL RATE TO 000.00; reinforced concrete, $2,200.00. a-

Okeechobee, is spending a few days Ida Crouch Harlett, a socialist NEW YQRK.{ in Grade, cuts and fills-20'0 Berni, 1
in slope approximate distance from
Kissimmee Joe E. Johnston
recuperating from a
Weather ReportFollowing slight illness. speaker, delivered a' lecture on socialism Broadway to city limits, east on' Island ,
from the band stand on Broad 4,80o..ceet, average fill 4 ft,' 10
i The Florida Growers and Shippers
A jolly crowd of young folks fromSt. way last night and will speak again League, headquarters at Orlando, an- (in. 4,800 ft @ 4 ft. cut, 17,066 CU.
: Cloud spent S Sunday last with Miss tonight and tomorrow night. Quitea nounces that telegraphic advice has yds. excavation. @ SO cents per cu.
Blanch crowd heard her address last night. yd. '
and $5,119.80.The
Lillian Brack of Narcoossee.
are daily temperaturea received from General City County':
and precipitations as re- Judge S. D. Decker, of St. Cloud Freight Agent Levis, of the Clyde councilmen also agreed to include -

ported by Government station t Mrs. Ira Wethersby has returned was in the city Tuesday to attendlegal Line, to the effect that they have decided -> in the items one or $15,000 to

at KiHsimmee for the week ending from Formose, where she has been in matters before the County Court, to reduce the carload fruit rates take care of the present indebtedness. Sin veyor
: Thursday, July 15 : 00- the hospital for the past three weeks. but found that Judge Murphy and his from Florida to Philadelphia, New It was argued that with money to take ,
She is court were doing things too swift for York City and Boston, four and one- care of the debts which must be paidat
Friday__ .. .. _-!91(; 77 205 t very much improved in health. J him the court having held its session half ((4 1-2)) cents per box for next once it might be possible to lower k

k Saturday - _!91 77 f. Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman and adjourned before he arrived. season. This reduction was made from the millage for the coming tax assess

to Sunday ----------9! 2 80 moved this week to the lower apartment the East Coast section last April, since ments. Surveying and Drafting
of the Hlenis residence, corner Dr. C. L. Hyatt, who had plannedto which time the league has been ne- The councilmen agreed that the city .
t Monday ..-_!94 82 tI"i
Sumner street and BRaumont avenue. leave Kissinynee and begin the gptiaJJng: with the Clyde people to must either go ahead or backward and I
: Tuesday ----------9! 4 82 practice of medicine in Miami, has decided extend the same to the entire state,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Persons to remain here and has returned ,
and thus
what -
Wednesday _!97 8.r t remove appeared as a - -- ----- -- --- ---- - -
X have moved from Bryan street to the from a short rest to again open offices discrimination between localities.]
, Thursdayi! 85 :: Bleu is, property corner Sumner here. lie will take up his practice The reduction means that the rateson

: y lX street and Beaumont avenue.K. again within a few days and his many fruit carloads, from Florida to

....,. ........ friends will be glad to know that he Eastern via Jacksonville
./ :-: : : :-) :-: : : :- -:-:-:-': :-:- port, and
, McPherson, manager of the has decided to remain among them.A Clyde Line, will be 15 1-2 cents per The to Success .
I Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. Eilgewater Farms began this week to box, or 46.50 per minimum car of Key '
E. Drought New Rivers Building. 30tf fill his silo with corn stover. The silo negro by the name of Weaverwas 300( boxes less tpari the all-rail rates. .
I has a capacity of twenty tons. fined $25 and costs in Mayor Traffic
Manager of the
Mr. and Mrs., E. E. Naugle] spent May'3 court Tuesday morning on a
league. states that the Line has {
Clyde lirthe{
Sunday afternoon, in Orlando. :Mrs. R. M. Evans and baby returned charge of being drunk and disorderly. recently made improvements in Prescription
home this week from Oxford Georgia Weaver was arrested by Night Polire- many
Lee Jarrell last where have been rela its facilities for handling perishable y
spent Friday at De- they visiting man Coleman. Gus Irvin, (colored irresled -
traffic in addition 16' wMc1they will
Land on ]legal business. tives.
by Coleman on a similar chargewas have experts at Jacksonville and the
Miss Madeline Hill, of Narcoossee, Mrs. T. :M. Rivers and children Mrs.L. fined $5 and costs. eastern ports next season to super- ;

i is speuding today in Ki Himmee. R. Farmer Frank and Edgar: Bryan I Mr. and Mrs. William Stricklandand vise the handling of our fruits and

left Thursday for Green Springs to their attractive Miss vegetables.It .
W. H. Mrokaw with Grilling is not known at this time it the
spend a month.
Marie of North A. Street will leave first consideration of the
Brothers the tree people.] 40tf all-rail lines to the East will make
:; Ira. K. A. Johnson and son, Jack- tqday in their automobile for an extended corresponding reductions in their careful a
discriminating pharmacist
Mrs. Roma Thomas and son spentthis soy, spent Monday and) Tuesday with trip through Florida Georgia rates. It is the opinion of the league ,

week visiting relatives in I'alatka. friends of this city. and being other Asheville states,N.their C. objective They will point visit thAt the rail lines will not meet the buying chemicals and drugs is -

:Mrs. Holmes! Prather spent Tuesday Lieut. S. J. Entrikin, of St. Cloudis friends in Orlando Kissimmee, Jack- situation at the beginning at/ least of the approaching i ,
nf', l"l100n in Oilando.Mr reported] by friends to be busy these'I'i sonville and will, make a stop in Val- the effect of season the competition not is felt. QUALITYthe ,
days looking. after interests at the dosta and spend the remainder of the
: ''. E. S. Hcelaml spent Tuesday I: month While advice Has not been receiva l
afternoon in Oilanclo. north end of Fast Lake.A. Carolina in resort.-Tampa and around the pretty Tribune North from the Merchants & Miners Trans- second consideration is- ,

Cotterman and family left Sunday I -- portation company as to action they
Mrs" II (C Stanford' has Lien. ill I for. their old home at Kokunio, j| IlKi Al'lJTIO.N 1'1.1,1OF; K\-- intend taking, the league is now incorrespondence HONESTYin

tlliweek.. I I Ind., to spend a couple of months visiting i M-SM-K: : IIOH-.KS: AND J\II'JJ.: with them and it is )
I / relatives, and I friend their belief that rates of that company that we NEVER SUeSTITUTE.
H. II Aldei, man.' of Hn--,,>r.ger.. "asa I to Italaimore and Philadelphiawill
'I In OilaiKlo, iii l J II ..MaL-ruder. i itables Your {
\IMIOI, 'in I the tit Y Tuesday. | :Mr. allel| Mrs James ::I. .Iohn"toll' ';': he correspondingly' reduced. Anf'unretnent prescription is compounded t
lo"I'lJ"I| mill 1
\ al'
''moveil this" font Beaumont] p. will. he made as soon ns '
l.; -.-d', ".in. l.ikii\: I l."i .l.\ 'I'h t" trek avenue '', II' I. I K: Hal"- will arrive III Or ,, by a registered licensed, graduate ;
to then" p'letty new home on :Magnolia .L'fi'" iL word I' rewived.league
the kind.) to ak IIMMis :!!V 91! I 111'1010 "I'i,'Id," Ii I'iTITiI., JlIly 1I"h.
stunt, winch has ,leiently beencompleted. The is handling further with pharmacist, exactly as written by your
1:11: a I load 01 /1',' " '" ) " the
lines with
.1] \\ (Ilooltr; | '"I and. daughlei,, ' . a view to
aid 11\11"\ "- The )hot> "r orrr, "t of having the reduction doctor ard our double checking system
and son left M .nnliv! I foe I'mirhini'li,, to ', .. apply on pineapples
i Mis henry Atilt nan and hahv, of at1 'Ii ll lior LICIII tiorses, hum the East Toast, in this
\i.-it In"' 1110,1", ." Mi's.I WV.. I1. Ivey I IM. HI: 1'aso. ') ,'xa", u is here to pend! the, IlIa'dll'd' l'aui'. fa'c'e' dneers, saddlers I instance the pineapple) rates as north of absolutely eliminates all mistakes.

1. II Hairison' and family moved i Minim.M) i with her ]parents, :\1.,. and'1Mrs. '' anti g'IIf'ral, pulp'." horl . J. F. 'J J he 1011115.. cOII'I", of our ,
this \tNJl k l: fintti' the II.-is.s |>ii, ieity| on ;{ O'lSerry and :Mr. and Mrs. | 11I1.,11" tl'RIII" citrus fruit. It will he recalled that
:lain, stiert I l.i Hiarktieit., IS.| B. A uJt 111011. I-and "llIgl uncles, weighing 1(101) to the Interstate Commerce CommissionThe ity First" Eliminate worry and mistakes .
I 1.i:Wo pounds' l 'l"hl" _If'i i is all well league contends! that the Florida
11 r'1 I A. Iiiiri'i; iin'l ,on' I. 1 D> I :Mis" A I. Stephens, and d",' hl trrireturned htoko mid adlllla"\, \ and ready forhams ruled to this effect a few years ago. by sending us your prescriptions.

finger; left last' l'i, ,iduxvfm% Muniri, Wednesday, from a tr'rt withilel.itlves I , ( Tate'u.." Any one wutlnK;, growers: cannot successfully competein r
N. Joe .Mu h. '
,do so al iinv lime, In lor (lie auction ban pines HO long as our rates remainas

4 Miss .\lniu ( !i iflin relumed' Wed.,.,., ., Ml.: I and :Mis.! I{. \\'. Coi.b., :Mi. lI"d'!' ,its starts' next 1I1ol1da)'. The stockwill they are today. The rate from Mail Orders Promptly Filled ,
(clay from a \isit with ".Iat in ', arrive in Orlando 1 (Cuba via steamers to New York Citv, )
li." K I I'. fete. ami Dr' I I.. Hy.Ut Friday urornure -
( ;,.PI, Jla left this morning" \ '/ in I III'> Hvatt's car, !j July Kith, ,where I they can he is a trifle more than our rates northof

Mr and,t :Mis" I"ied, J Adariso", h'I\.1 fm a ti-hug! t'np' li t Canoe ( ii'ck.. i -e.'1) and tried )Don't) forget the Jacksonville by boat, to which an \ l lf
cents cratcms
ilati1. :Sabpo.sitivi- rain or shine per
fiiim \\ith relatives
r..hll.d \isit
a :llr.Moirs. )Dickerson) of I li-l.anil i ao-it average rate of approximately] 20
near (Chuile>>toii.S. C. I \F!,,, his; I 1"1\\ tlv guest of :: li'. II. C. | cents per crate from Florida] shipping Palace Drug

:Marion Sheen, of West Palm Henrh. Stiinfoid, for actual) weeks, will I leVf'e points to Jacksonville must he added. i
i for. her home : It is further pointed out that the Florida ] I '
is the irii-st of his uncleW.. Griffin ; Monday.Miss DID YOU PAY UP Store't
and OR pineapple industry is in anything t
Grace; Hexford letuined to the but a flourishing condition, due not "Prescription ;

When yon buy bread always I ask city Thursday from, Orlando, where only to the effect of imports but many Phone 41 SAM G.
she lias been visitingmany relatives GO THIRSTY IN DARK ? obstacles M1
for the kind from; Heed's\ llak" Y. 292 friends. the production which are encountered. in ,

P-WUW- UW-WI/V-* UWM*- UW -* im
Pr. C. L. Hyatt and H. W. Grady 6
Paul Hahn of Madison Mon-
motored to Whittier Tuesday on busi- I Business spent DELINQUENT WATER AND LIfiHT( ,
day on and old
.I meeting Nurses in the government war service -
ness. .iends. He left Monday for Jackson- USERS PUT'ON J DEFENSIVE IN in New '
receive 500
England a .
F.. P. Dann T.d J. A, Dann, of Miami I ville where he went on business BATTLE WITH MUNICIPAL year salary.VOTERS. 0} ( ) (Q). ((4. 0, ( '

;, spent last Fridr.v hen en 'oute i J. K. Atwood, of the Osceola Pharmacy PLANT AND CAPTAIN JOINER

home from a visit to Gotha.L. left Monday for a three weeks' AM HIS CREW OK WORKMEN.

vacation. He will visit with friends.
C DeMille: ; manager of the I.ake- TO DECLAREWHAT
and ielativ u lit Arcadia and will, latergo I
bind Ice ,'ompHIlV.Va' a business visitor to Georgia; and North. Carolina be- )Did) you pay up your water and A Just Received--- 4
in the city Wednesday., \ fine 'returning work here. light lull or KO thirsty and, use candlesto STREETSContinued
combat darkness ? ;
:Miss Louise Simpson, has returned I !Miss Lmma: Karkhofen. graduate, Icurse I| This is the popular question in Kis- *

from a visit in :Miami and CoronailnBach. has decided in practice her pro- !simmee this week as the result of the ( from Page One.)
new order of the electric light and
fisum in Kis-simnve and is located
completed anti the meeting last night
:Mrs. EII/,tI.lh, (C Ray and :Mrs E. f-ir t the present at the Inn. water ,committee of the city council,], adjourned until next week when a A New Line of Hand
which believes if waterfurnished
a man uses
L. Chapman, of l.onirliman! ; , have /gone meeting will be held and the final action 1
months Mrs. L. II. Ingram and daughter by the city and burns electricity -
Connecticut; to three taken. '
j0 spend Irene, left last Friday for Newton to brighten his home after ,
up A The Prices
visiting relatives] and fi lends.Engraved The estimates on various proposed Bags. are
Grove, N. C., where they will sunset that he should pay the fiddler
several weeks ac-I I In this the fiddler is V. R. ) paving improvements as submitted by
cards and invitations. We visiting. They were case one
can furnish them. Call at the Vallev companuid to Jacksonville. by Mr. Kills' collector for the city water and the The city costs engineer of paving were as the follows following: Right and the Goods j jA

Gazette; office, tf gram. In-I 1 light plant. streets a1!d.avenues with vitrified brick 3
The committee has issued, a ukase
Ask To See
at $1. Misses Ethel 1 Gilbert and a square yard paving
N'arcoossee i that in the future all water and light 1
Miss Lillian Brock, of ,
22! cents lineal foot for
Griffin of Kissimmee arrived Satur-I 1 lulls must be paid before the a curbing: |
the wtwk with Miss Lowest yn or
spent of past Kissimmee. day for a stay of a few days at the tenth of the month and that delin- Stewart avenue, 500 feet, 25 feed Them. 4
Swiney wide cost | ,
home of the latter's grandmother Mrs. quents aft:?r that period will be with- i $2,439.43.Mabbette A
Julia Griffin.; -New Smyrna News. street, 2640 feet, 18 feet''
State Pure Food Inspector out two necessities of life- water and
Deputy wide, cost 997920.
Lancaster was a visitor in the city Oscar C. McCrackin, a blind man, light. Quite a number of users of Penfield avenue, 700 feet, 18 feet | '
both commodities thought that the I
Wednesday calling on the grocers.Dr. gave a lecture at the high school audi- wide, cost $2,046.00.Randolph ( 4
whole affair bluff but if
was a ,
T. M. Rivers and family have torium on Monday evening on the "Ed- could hear some of the caustic remarks you avenue 321 feet, 18 feet. Cole Co. 4h
ucation and Achievements of the wide, cost $1,213.38. Jewelry
passed during the last few days
returned from a visit with relatives at Blind." you Along railroad to city ditch 1162 D
would readily decide I that those
Lake City. very feet, 18 feet wide cist $4,392.3fi.:
x Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. Ro- who spoke were firmly convinced thatit Church street 1845 feet 18 feet
McDaniel of Haines no joking matter with them. _
Mrs. Joseph was
and their guests the Misses Es-
City, was the guest this, week of her ther gero and Mamie Aurand, of Denver. At any rate the water and light section wide Main, cost street i,974.10.; 3,995 feet 18 feet wide. 0) ( ) ({)) () (0) ( ) (0)
t aunt Mrs. N. F. Bass. ('010., spent last Sunday with Mr. and of the city treasury is several
Mrs. O. C. McLean at their home dollars, richer as, a result of the cam Ye
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Miss Ruth Clark returned Tuesday East Lake. paign and hereafter the council com-
from a visit with Miss Nell Kimler, mittee declares that the rule will continue -
of Davenport.F. The Rev. Smith Harden, presidingelder in force-"Pay Before the Tenthor
of the Orlando district of the Have Your Water and Lights Cut ,

W. Hill of Narcoossee, was a Methodist church preached two excel- Off."
business visitor in the city Tuesday, lent sermons at the Methodist church
here Sunday and held the third juar- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
route to Tampa.
terly conference in the afternoon.R. O 4 SOMETHING FOR NOTHING
Engraved cards end invitations. We 0 CURIOUS FACTS 6c
can furnish them. Call at Valley Ga- Q. Richards, of Lakeland is serving 4 4

zette office.Miss as pharmacist at the Osceola pharmacy OOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO.OO. V It (
during the absence of J. K.

Mary Dixon left Tuesday for Atwood, who is enjoying a three- River bridges in New York approx- s

her home in Otsego Mich., after sev- weeks' vacation.Be imates 721,000 tons every day.

eral months in Kissimmee.Leon .
sure to attend the Firemen's Sweden has smelted! iron for more

Bass, of Kissimmee. is spend- moonlight excursion Monday, July 26, the ancient furnices are still in ex-
ing some time with his sister, Mrs. L. steamer Lillie. Good music by Kis- than twenty centuries and some of Call and Let Us i t
C. Royal).-Lakeland Star.M. simmee Band. Refreshments served. istence. i y
Tickets 25 cents.C. {

Sunday. H. Harrison from a several and family weeks'returned visit C. Worthington, of Tampa, who A new telephone receiver Is so Tell You About It : 4h '

at Worthington Springs. has been )here some time in the inter- small that it can be inserted into the ; '
instead of
ear being held against it.
est of the Florida Citrus Exchange,
h .
.J. .T. H. Halley and A. R. Cox, of went to St. Cloud Tuesday. evening on -; ; --
Loughman, spent Saturday here on business. Half' a part a million of iron in
business. water is detectable by the taste and ,

J. Wade Tucker left Tuesday after- four or five parts make water unpal ."SC : '
Engraved cards and invitations. We noon for Sanford, where he bearded atable. .- : .'1
can furnish them. Call at Valley Garette his handsome yacht and cruised to I ,4"'PtDANN'S ,

office. Jacksonville on a/combination business In the reign of Phillip III of France,

and pleasure trip. women were forced to wear veils in '

Mr.Leesburg and M.spend Cosner a left couple' todayfoe of . ,fore to attend the Firemen'sexcursion obedience to ecclesiastical- ,decree DEPARTMENT' : O' : k

weeks with relmthrw. J 1 yy gbt Monday, July 26. : 4 i

'Leonard Williams, deputy aheri UT atmKbnwn steamer Lillie? "Good, lDuIcI.JJ'; JUasimmee cannot be arrested"1' for debt dnrinfeslons _

.. and formerly marshal her., Band. Refreshments served. or for forty day before. orafter .- c,. :; ' ""
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,f la ,$ Friday *t,JQI'sintaNJ.: Tickets... -25 cents i ..,.. .]: ,' ,

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c. F. ,THRASHER ...... .. ...... . . ,. .... and on the best plaee in the county.. I tall; pipe line and city to furnish pump. I f : ;

', '. WOODALL ANSWERS FRIPP .. am not worrying neither is he. It hadnothing After discussing that It be the held matter over It until waa' contract decided -- IT'S FOOLISH TO SUFFER Malaria! or Chills i'Fever j

c, SHEET METAL WORKER to do with my farming nor doI was presented In due form .
. expect any help to pay it off. I have which time definite action would at.1 Prescription No.CM b prspered.ssPSi

;; Steel Ceiling a Specialty .!J.O. ...... . ... . .. .. owed 8 or 10 of them since I have taken.On motton It. waa .o ordered that the for MALARIA ot CHILLS.. FeYERs 1J
I been here and it left for When Bo' Many Klssiraniee People Five eta doses will break any case and I
clerk adrvrtiae for bids or
"PiIo 14'.R, KlMlmmee. T1. Mr. Editor: I do not like Mr.Fripp' was a man for furnishing t
style of writing. Don't understand from the Arctic regions to hold me up wood to the light and water plant forterm Are Pointing the Way Out. if taken then .. a toal the Fever will notreturn. ""
-) because of on* year It acts on ..... liver better than
that I am In any way offended to public ridicule I have stepped A committee representing the Methodist ;
for I am not. His style ii meaningless on one of his pet schemes and he church a.ked the council to allow You may be brave enough to stand Calomel and does not gripe oe.khe.,4. 1"
DR. J. W. SIMPSON uses that to show that I am insincere rebate on water and llirhta' furnished
and daughable. I did not answer since Nov. 114 On motion ame was backache or headache or dizziness. .
him last week for I did not think it in trying to get our county dads not referred to light and water committee But, If, In addition urination Is disordered - --- -- --- -- --- t

DENTIST worth while but he seems to be aching to fasten on us this extra expense of with power to act. look out! If you don't try \.,. .
Attorney J 8 Cadel met with council \
,f UpaUlri in Kate Building for the fray as he kicks a fellow $1500 to $2000 per year which will and asked whether or not the council I to fix your sick kidneys, you may !
I' Offloe Uoun: a. m. to II m after he gets him down. I do not prove failure and which 75 per cent had taken action In regard. to ..hortenI I fall into the clutches of dangerous .r .
1:18: to I:10 p.ill. rn.p to be able to entertain readers of the farmers do not approve of. They InK the route -o St Cloud. '
hope disease ItI
your before know it. i
... you But 't
_ _ _
Telephone No. 71 June !,-.. tell that the angel of dxath and the the county comffnlaalonvra w er anxious
)p with such a long drawn out articleof me to know before they. could definite 'I you live more carefully and help
: .. ', crocodile aqveaks and toad frog I tax collector are two personages that decide. what action they could take In your kidneys with Doan's Kidney ') ; :
but if thew will read you can't escape I am working hardto the matter. 1
DR. W. W. CARSON quacks maybe charlt '. Pills you can stop the pains yotl
lOtus were presented for >
: meet both. I had to borrow little I
carefully they will at least see some a and ordered I
./1 were discussed paid as 1 have and avoid future danger aswell. I
DENTIST little sense in what I have to say. I cash this year to be able to meet the follows the
collector and I have often to ask Mrs Susan (Oeer nursing sick__ 1250Mra Don't experlm..nt-use
very We all the
did not think of answering Mr. Fripp carry leading 4
I Irene Haundera. board for remedy Klsslmmee people are endorsing -
: Office
1 over Pilley BuildingOffice but so many of my friends have askeJme I for grace to keep me in the right way I,oaey family __ ._ --______ --__ 1GBO II Read this varieties of Farm, Field and ,
''A* Hour: -11 1-6 why I did not and I tell them thatI to meet death. Now if my friend L. H. Inarani. advanced for tick > case: Gard..n Heeds. that have ,been I,.
OnMce 'Phone Its Residence. 'Phone II Fripp will buy himself some ets, -------- ---- IB 97There I I Mrs. H. Slever 316 Church street.
& .. Administered. for Extraction of am placed in the position of a man ::rna no further business r ., the tested and known to be especially r..
Teeth I heard of once. I will tell of him.1 antI get; in line to yay some taxes and council adjourned to meet In adjourned "KlHshnmee. says: "My kidneys I adapted to Florida 'r

_ -- He was a business man and to ,I go to work to pay off his mortgage seaslon Friday July 8th. 1916. at 7 30 I bothered me for several months and soil and climate.

his job and it was necessary that heI I and not expect the county to help' turn, p. m. a F KRIB B. President I had such dreadful backaches thatit ..'ft

: DR. H. S. GEIGER be out early of mornings and in late he will not have time to hunt up my ;J R UIL.BERT Clerk was only by sheer will power thatI

at night. He provided well for his indebtednes or figure down to a fine kept on my feet. The kidney secretions 'Ol'ITH FEEl). t',
) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON just what I am paying to hslp Friday, July 5th. 1915
point of
S. household and paid for all the help The. council\ met In' regular adjourned were unnatural and most Mtl'l'LlI4: j
Citizens Bank Building he needed, so his wife had nothing to Keep my county going It may be session there being; present U FKrlbba the time I could eee dark spots floating IU4TOKM: I<;TC. I ,( Klsstmmee.. Fla. do but to ,gad; around and talk to her hard on you. Mr. Fripp, but if you will president; J. W. Thompson, W: before my eyes. My sight was /

Phone.: Office J.7 or 44 neighbors and about her neighbors and I, tin it when you lay down at night it Thomas w. Carson and J.J. R I) Ollbert.Woodbeck clerk. Roma more or less affected! I used Doan'lIKidney ('():NKEY: A 1MIATT8 1,'

)' Residence III 14-lr tend to other folks business in general. bring rest to your weary soul. Don't Ways and means for public Improvements Pills and It was but a short MKDIt-IVKH: r

But *,,he had a habit of raising cain forget my proposition. were dtaouaaad after which thestreet 'I time before I was over the trouble. I".

when her husband came home late of G. B. WOOLALL. ( committee any aid they and might city get engineerwith from They seemed to be just what my system WRITE: FOR CATAIXMJUKAND .'
T. M. RIVERS. M. D. nights from his honest day's labors I other city officers) were. requested to required" WEEKLY PRICK: /:

. Well, he nally thought to break her of Ret approximate cost on work or"t'';, follows LIST> .l-
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON building bridge across endof Prl itSo he provided'himself with one I .
Proceedings of lake to connect with St. Cloud road. ,
Osceola of thise large advertising umbrellas paving Church street. paving! street. ask for a kidney remedy
Office over PharmacyPhone and when he got home he eased in the from Cljde avenue west to city limitson get Doan's Kldnoy Pill*.- the same Oldest established and Largest '- "

_ _ ,. Offlo 141. room, opened up his umbrella and I the Council I IKI""lmnll' pr..ntrade Campbell Station on Vine road.street paving east from to that Mrs Slever had Fonter-Mll- Seed House In Florida ",
turned on the light So when the City city limits paving from present gradeon burn Co., Props., Buffalo. N. Y.
in his wife's she Brack street north to city limits
light eyes also estimated cost of proposed drainage E. A MARTIN SEED CO.
4': started up and then blinked and looked ditch In north and west Klaalmmee : ,
I"la. July I
ft 7th 1915
around and when! she saw who it was .
Tli ounrlt! met in regular .
,. neaaUinth The question of paving Stewart nve LET US HAVE YOUR BILL, a in immediate
GEO.F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW and that she was on 'r b lnK prtnint <) F )ki-IIbs. Pro'* Stewart
danger, she said, "John, what in the J\\' \v; Thompson: :Koma* :Thomas. .J IV ) In flue Bermuda and Mabbette avenue street mere discussed from (utid WE WILL SURPRISE YOUIf JAfKHONILLK" ;, KIAMUDA .;
north. \
< k \ \ a raon L.*wtit O Hryn -
world under that horrid the committee also requested to < un-
are doing .. ,
you oltattorm y. and J R Ullbert .: : Gr >
nid.r aam and rt port back to < >urullin
old thing And he said "I am waiting <.I I e rk
and 1 hi. ,minute of the last Tuatiav.I July 1 tttm'7. datetht you want material we manufacture
Collections ConveyancesSpecialties : for the storm to pass over. She I meeting wer toumll: adjourned i t at 10p
i .' looked dazed and foolish, but it finally n'a.r
trickled down through: her benighted/ ; 11 P>'o\ <,d and ordered paid an follows) as st itt etl O F KRIRHS I Prtdliltnt I money. We Guarantee /grade and
111 1-1 BroadwayG. brain what he meant and when it did I it U. Ma\ eel an mitior So 00
J R (.II HKRT. I..rk 1I
I to be the Stand
I I \\ Overatrtet nal a. marshal 7600) workmanship up to
she gave forth an idiotic sound, half i A 1'; 1'"I..m"n sal police 60 (00
F. KRIBBSA1TORNEYATLAW cry and half laugh which finaly ended I I J / H"IM IHOTI. sal (n.... 2& (miU ((I ->< X"--X---> ard. Theodore Deschner
up with a good hearty laugh \>y both I .I tflhi.rt.] nal ( 1.'rk 75 00 I
I |U < ;illli. rt sill 1 di'pt \ ('oll'tor 25 ItO) :.
of them and when it he turn-
was over
i.e' ("lIn'.II. Hal 'Ily( att\ 25 (onI ( Yellow Pine lumber Co. GUNSMITH
ed to her and said with I jf. ntleness I I K 11111 1,* mbr toumil 2 (ltd : +
Bxamlnatlon of Titles a Bpeclaltr' but with firmness "Wife so fur I .1 \\' 'itIfliJIMUtl, mbr council 2 onl :-:- -:--:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:..;--:-:..:-:..:, :-:-:..:..:- Cor i ilk and Florida Av.nuc
Notification mid Payment of taxes of you J l I' .W""h" K nal mbr <'oun<..ll 2 on I Promptness Our Watchword.Phone :
non-residents Riven careful have not contributed one rent. to maintain I \\ ( 'itrNon, Hal I ml>r rounl'll I ("Mfrn likely to remain one of the I ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
attentionKlsslmmee this establishment My going: /: out ){", "i Thoinan. Hal rnhr 'ou'1I'11( 2 (on favorite fabric. for spring and 195. kioHimmee Fla.
1 I : \\ ("i i\ r.tlo'I'I.t frt prlaon.rn 2" "t IIII i iI
and honest without
Fla. coming in is and I I Fl'I ''t \ a 11 t. Jr. <'xt ru poll, lee 4 "Mi mer blouses whole ilicssis nni sum-I ---I
disgrace/ and 1 occupied this room thirty I I., .i. !\.1.: t t'xfr" p IiiPO 2 (MIlis blouses, especially in fa" nand !
-one before. you WHS allowed (I SiiHft <.<"ir. mirHfnjf Hick, ,
,, Pat Johnston (3 P years ( Inn I (It' ) 1 '.nurtb colored, shacks, which i an s u p RUBMYTISMWill
in it and if don like. fc
now (
you my ,'.., otbnithduk
Iul\ tliflttii.n toO Ixtir than any ( :
ton 1 I" "nI1 /
: JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW movements you uin jusc( t move to ,.'" Mil r ''tit for J um. 1tItIi'> cloth hese I fasten down the flout I cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia Midget Lunch
some. other. part of the house" I l hl(M '1 r. 1 <'.. rntandm..nnait' ('i .l I
I II I, T1 I It i h" H. ,""mf. R.'" l ii.i., K 2 'MII and show oft 'n <'onjfi''Cations of tucks Headaches Cramps Colic .
i And so with me. and Mr 1 ripp. I I .I I L I I'h, rl"o nurnlriK stilt thai. 1 r."i ii and displaj high colars They full Sprains Bruises Cuts Burns Old OPKN: DAY AND NIGHT
Offices 10T11 and 12 Citizens Bank have. 1 been waiting for the storm to \ ..i IN \ .. AA Building and I think it has I will .I y Hoh) i ''Oil, .md e prisoners 1 oot Sores. Tetter Ring-Worm.i Eczema Price' RxAaonjUc Trade Apprectatedto
pass Ray "
\\ < I' (nru < o niflne I'll"k Jf, Some of the high colars lire cut I
: Klsslmmee. Fla. that the amount I have !been. payingto I .I II (.llhert Htarnpn for city 1 I"((It away quite in front ; some have just etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, I DARLINGTON AVB
keep up this establishment has been I .J It itllbt'rt, pHroll w..lIn.--...n 12"( room for the chin | used internally externally. 25c I
L II 1 lnK.rn 1v
n< (charity) 16M"Mrs
I have been
small paying/ it 31
: years
Louis C. Masaey T. Pleton Warlon Ir m Snuiirs. board for As the season advances rnnny chiffon .
LAte Couneel for Judge of the and 80 far it has not cost him one !1 ..> and: family (charity> 1 S 1,0 blouses will be worn of B tender .
Fla- R. R Comm. Criminal Court cent. Why he is not even a rel/ister-I: Hi rry ltodgett. "al scavenger HO 00 -
Haft shade of pink almost white and whiteis
ed voter and he said last week I II"hlln. sal scavenger 60 (nil
& WARLOW as aman's (State :1
Kins auppllin ]16" worn over pink
.1 ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORSAT I debts is something to judge by I J C* <3rlffln. w k on nnnltary wag 13 50( These under bodices are also made. 2 pr. ct. Will Insure :
is man's n"'ollO Hdw ro rndne nan dept
1 so a crop something: goby I 40

,. Practice I In all the LAW court of the State ,, And as Mr. Evans' ability to bring County fiiml:,: Tress----._ part-__. -due I- _on--_nrhool-- -- 824 PS are In the cut light low fawn and scalloped shades of at silk the They top, Your Automobile Against Fire t
. and of the United State. al.o bafor forth results is up for discussion we I Robert Rledel lumlx fIre rt"pt 45 and
the Florida Railroad Commlaaton. ana will take two farms that have been Ham l. Kupfer, pay roll and rent are decidedly smart .
., the Internal. Commerce Commlaalon. under his personal tutorage To take for Ore dept __ 5250 From Internal or External Came I
?J! 11-14 Charleston Bide Ford Garage. supplies K I>. 636
more would take too much time. One \V A Piles Cured In 6 to 14 \
( Orlando. Fla. 14-lyr Joiner sal aupt K: Jj plant 126 00 Days
,; is in my immediate settlement. He I S F*: Oardner eel enurr F3: 1. 1* 76 00 Your druggist: will refund money if PAZO Any Place in the United State
J ( Hurklen lineman F U T' BO nil(
than has spent all in more the time with this and crop Edison: (Cornell fireman K: L P 46 00 OINTMENT Blind Bleeding falls or Protruding to cure any Piles cmmc In of f to Itching.14 dr.. No matter where it is, in a priyate or public garage; in a
neighborhood; the V It Kllln: mil collertor fiO) (00( .
and Krst
Ksse SOc.
? DR. M. J. HICKS man used more time and fertilizer on U. i7; (;Sardntr line work i 12 SO( The first application gives freight car or steamship
H nirkpraon,
mnterlal E L P 210
his than I did ten
on acres Jarlork Packing Co mdno F I. T' 23796y
D and yet he made absolutely nothing J L>ann. sht.j, 7 60 Cheapest Auto Insurance in Kistimmet
PHYSICIAN and iikpo'I'PI': !
My friend belonged to the corn club Ijtimber Co : 1 RO .
the Ro Flaf Fdv material E: 1.. P 26 18 Fresh The Springfield Fire & Marine Company, Capital $2,500,000 ,
; Office State Bank Bulldine'PlloD" tomato club cucumber club water- Atlnn Oil ('0. oil flr. dept u__ I 18 24 .
_ Office 41Residence melon club, and while he has made Oulf Ref Co. oil E IJ P u u 2fl 95
: 40 nothing he is confident he will get Onreola'rJi'k'n: mdne Ef P_ 60 80 Salt Water Fish
> .. R,,n ("',. :...i..;; I
,t one or more premiums. He said Tie I E 1.1" _:===-_ "u'-: _'_ __ -'--:- is 40 SEE CARSON FARMERDakin
was told that it was not so much what T. W. Kllln Ibr & mat. E L P 86.40 .
4 J you made as it was the nbality to W' n Mnklnaon Co. mice E L, I> 24.12 Daily
J R. Gilbert freight K I. P ._ 12.18 I Avenue
: write good essay on how you did it. F S. Lfidbrttpr indue K L l'u_n_ in.on ,
JAhv: L.-itJ '"'!1 Mow don't that snolligohster ;you. State flank 3lss. wood ticket! 270 IT
Who told him that? I did not. You W A C Oro Co., wood tlcketa__ 19742 AT 503 BROADWAY I
Will Ynten sal nrrmnn ...
'f'' The other
guess. that has been
crop W .. .
P 4 SS
K3C: I: I :I'rr'rgi..ri'r
and'LICENSED directly under Mr. Evans' directioncan for St work 7.00
.____,q be found in the limits of Kissim- Rtato Bank of Kiss pay roll St. 117 onN .
\''m. T Koklev St work 17 2S PHONE 50
;tt.f EMBALMER roee and you would naturally suppose ROHB Om v.... mdae St' work u _u_ .4n
that him and his strongest supporters Oo..olaUdw Co mdoeRI work u IB OB The of the worldare
Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.i would make that a model farm, a !MHV Lumber Co lumtipr, St' work :3 I 35 A. ROBBINS eyes
: I J. C (Orlfnn shop work ___ 1 (IS
bumper crop as a right kind of seed S' H Aultman teams for St wk 27 BO
Klaa4minee. Fla. and fertilizer is v-ery important in Much Tiro. teams for Kt work 6 sn

makinga, crop. A glance over this \Vm T Eckl v. cemetery work B 28 -

; t "Af P. A. Van Agraew W. B. Orawtor- I crop will show that my friend Frippwas J!May Hohwelkart dumber ('n workntremeterv Ibr for <-<'mtf ry_ 2 BO IB on the man who

led in to the error of planting I Mm Missouri Ilroniifin nre"ent.*d Take LivVerLaxAnd

: ;.,,,.: VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW the midget; yellow dent corn seed, claim for bv a Injurlon:defect. In rrrelved sidewalk In between a fallcauited

1 'e f which never does well on our sandy arlnprton( avenue and Emmett Btroet Feel WellDon't
soil. which was on motion referred to City
t'J' Office: 8-4-6-6 Citizen. Bank Now I am going: to be game to Attorney for InvestigatIon I
Stills "
iW// Building .. the last ditch for I make this offer Club were" ..amounting presented: bv|the 7931 Proirreeslre balance- suffer from the ill effects of

XlMlmmee Flor" to be good up to Oct. lAt, 1915. My due OBCeola Hardware Co and May an inactive liver, such as headache, SAVES
t. friend Fripp, believes Mr Evans ran Lumber Co for material uaecl In construction indigestion constipation lack of en-

help him pay off his mortgage, telling asked that of the pavilion cltv assume on city. this dock Indrhtertnesa and- ergy and low spirits, when for a little
r:j LEWIS OBRYANATFORNEYATLAW him how to farm. I say he can't do and take over the entire claimof money you can get a remedy of proved

... it by helping him to farm. Here is Progressive Club In said pavilion On merit. GRIGSBY'S LIVVERLAXwill
motion It wan BO ordered that
? my offer They choose five or ten wttorney. look Into the matter the as clay to get your liver right and let you
acres of land. I choose the further Indebtedness and better health and
C t. same : prepare proper enjoy Brighter spir I
) W.rln& Buildlne. amount. No outsider to tell us any : pnners to he aimed by anld club re- its. LIV-VER-LAX acts naturallyand

thing about land or how to farm it. they llrnuilnhlnK mlirht( any have further and report claim same which at effectively Has none of the dangers for

They farm theirs one year. I farm next meeting and bad after effects: of caiomel pAUSE a moment, young man
:' When In Need or a mine the MrV \V Carson chairman of thewatfr refund
one year; county to furnish Sold under absolute money
f S VETERINARY SURGEON each all the fertilizer he wants. The I the A and(" light I* Hhad committee made stated an offerof that guarantee at 50c and $1 a bottle. Each a thought to self. The

--C.II For- county to get all the produce; each HO 00 per month for Water furnished bottle is protected by a likeness of L.
turns over his produce to Waters & Ihv the rltv not to exceed $00 (ton irnllotiH K. Grigsby. For pale by Osceola problems that confront
A. F. RICHMOND nnd 5 cents per thousand l gallons you now or
Carson for the county and they to be o\er armtunt stilted the company to In- Pharmacy. 28-4t I ,

; Hor.e. Cllpp..d.. II and up. the judges and at the end of the yearif will a few years hence.

I Lou&hman Road they have heat me I agree: to leave **UU' AOO-OO-OO-UOO-OOOOO:
: .. ; the state and if I have beat them they .'
"Pbon. 111-1 KI..tmmee Pta II I
to do likewise.
I Look about you-the men of affairs in country state nation
\ Robert Riedel I but I I don't will put give myself Mr. Fripp up as or expert Evansor "COW PEAS"AD I in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. yes, u

both not only cards and spades but

CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP the whole deck if they will only let toe standard varieties in stock. Will sell you one quart or I They hare the respect and confidence of the community.

me take out one lone jack end my one carload. How many do want and where do want them
you yon
; ;j we..dow aad Door Screell" Repair talisman the three-spot and if I don't dehVered? Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all tkyv
run them in a hole I will make them __. jtKILGORE
I. ;' aid Cabiaet Work. know that some one is on the globe j make-they may hare a food time for a while, but what does tksir '\

t :' P1ioe.: Shop us; Re.ldenee 237 but them. Don't think this the thun- I'I I personality reflect 7

: arlbactoll A.... Nr Freight DePGI derous cooings of a crocodile the shrill

caterwauls of"a bereaved catamount SEED COMPANY A dollar or so deposited in thi. bank will be the

; tz NOTICE or the many. just other Dick things it up,my it friendmentions. comes PLANT CITY, FLORIDA. nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

from G. B. Woodall and is free. Make your beginning now-today. Your

? I Auto LI.err. There is an idea that has crept into bank book will pave the way.

Will ca11for and tau to agricultural edvocates. especially herein
t you any our county and one that I have .....0..0..0..0..0..0..000..0..0.00
; put of city for 26e. Get Jour party been
3 trying to correct and that is the
Li ; iNdy, aiz coe. sa comfortably all one. idea of grass, all and it seems -x< .,t ..,;.,). A WISE MAN
4 .i .,. auto in front of Family Shoe tore State
,' that my friend Fripp was aching to \f carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE Bank
T : wben 110t busy daytime .t
catch they all to .Y ; to hi.
Inns at niche. Phone 2(2 sung grass grass protect property
Grayatobo him till the man actually turned green I1 _____ while he is living and ample LIFE

1 himael(. I thought diversified farming v INSURANCE to protect hi. family -

: ) W. .Jones & Son went hand in hand with_ scientific II _ In the event ef hia death. He of Kissimmee .
farming. Not with ..
so Mr.-Fripp. It II! aliso insure his earning capacity

________ is all graas nothing to break the mo- Ill I by taking oaf an ACCIDENT and stock 4
notony. Now with me I have some J) HEALTH POLICY. Be on the Capita! ------------------------------____9100,000.00 '

: 'i "MONEY" corn, some grass, some peas, some -I-- safe aide. Resoeuxes over ---------------------____________ 400,000.00 .J '
: more grass some potatoes, and then We writ. aU line of INSUR- ,I
$.,,,, : Ti;. rn4a1 ak I. sad ..... ... .-. some more grass. If we were work- ANCE that (unreal and endure, Officers and Directors. .
.1 Ibe C4NTJ7ETAL) IIO..O..OIDiI. ing for a premium '.
on raising he \'
OIIP4JIfY _. It at 0 per grass C None bat RELIABLE! old Mae cornI C./'A. CARSON. PresL
.._v- would Bret first prize I would get aec- ponies IB .tala agency. J. M. LEE. VICe Prest. \
%' t. .31'.y.. ..... .- ond. There 'may be something of the ; D. O. WAGNER M. KATZ. 2nd VICe Pnet. "

:' ,.4 t peer. ererte .... Jr-r..: qvUS4. e. ..u.. kind op on the sly M they can UM that .J7.*. # j Seeead Floor OtUema Bank: Bide.Fla .
'.", pi'" rt it } s. & as a proof that scientific farming pays. A ROMA THOMAS Cashier
,KiMI..... ,
j ; :t-.f"/"; pPgrtici& COMPANY ,3.1 A> 4a Uto mortgage I owe, ft br-bald C

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FRIDAY JULY, 'I' "t'15'' \ ,THE '. '

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A. " ; .t'\\
'* [concrete 'blocks(and will compareIfavorablywith eraoe.Mr.,, ...'May, 'Stockdale and' son Brothers;: Macklin apt'chapman Mid .Th Barber;'Lawson. "' 'siad Cf-""!

I any in'thi'' s.ctionIt Allen Afterdfnnee.-they all vUited;! th. usual services here Sunday There M. Smith hup"$la', \\1-' ti
St. Cloud Department; will b* complete in every detail and the Edgewater .ranch and looked,over was I* rood attendance at each ser the lake Saturday iiftarnoon.p '- ,

much car ha.'been taken, In making the'crop. ,. .'io.and, Mr. Macklumpreached two 1 Th* i many//!friends of'.Mr.SprenE.: '
the plans MI that all convenience of K. McPherson spent Sunday in KUimmee. fine sermons.which''were m help and are svnxioasiy awaiting news from :
%ulianrM.s.--I | rn; -i r r 'I every description will be included. inspiration to those The h Jq.,' sl
present. Juar- as has boon very ill aI.- be retorp-
i' There arc other buildings to be Mr. and Mrs. Dandy :and family terijr conference met after d We even ed to his horn. in.Ohio. Th. last y
,, :' ,New. and. Notes of the "Wonder City" From Our Own started ia the coming week and many have been.. the guests of Lee mother, ing service at which time special bust- port ia that b. Laslowlyimpro' i

1' Special: Correspondent improvement have been made which Mrs. Acree, for the paitfewdav. ness matters were brought before the but would have to return to th* hospital
are not mentioned here. Mr. Bass '
ha taken the job of clearing member. again. -* -
4 The Haines City baseball! club is expected \ five acre for G. M. Taylor..' ,'.f

in this city one week from If you wish to see a good crop of .
Robert Gibbs of J.ckeonvi1Jet ia soon be repe ted. Thursday. corn, call at the Edgewater ranch and 1' 11
'r few days here this week. I The committee for
pendmg a on arrangements you can see what deep plowing doesto
Mac Arrowsmlth Floyd Mosher the recital given recently by Miss 000.0000000000000.0000000. Florida soils.\ ;
were Kissimmee visitors Sunday even- Edith Williams for the benefit of the 4 0 On the evening of July 5th
a num.ber

I ing. G. A. R. hall desire to recognize the O SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS of the friends and neighbor of r

,t Mrs. JamesMoorehouse, of Nar- courtesy of Mr. Harry Crofts who so Mr. and Mrs. James Bronson gatheredatt
Coossee, was shopping in our city on ably assisted them, his name having 00000000000000000000000000 heir home and spent the evening
been omitted in the of the af
Saturday.G. report The in dancing.M. Y
weather is still and fod-
D. Davis caner of Deer Park, Fla., wasa fair.Mr. der pulling: 1 I. the order warm of the day. N. Jerrif/ spent Monday In Kis Our Officers and Directors
business at St. Cloud on Mon- Levoy and wife from New Yorkare On simmee on business .
Thursday last
a consistingof .
party .
day.T.. now in St. Cloud and expect to W. L. Moseley! Mesdames P. G.Cromarlie James Bronson was a Caller in Kis-
J. Fertic and Sol Padgett of Ke- make this place their future home.C. simmee Sunday.
A. R. Dennis, G. C. Bron-
nansville were St. Cloud callers on E. Harlacher, Monticello, Ind., son and G. B. Woodall motored to Dav- Mr. Wooten and Mr. Burr were call- The Citizens Bank of Klsslmmee
writes that he to make St.
Tuesday.Dr. expects enport and the day with their ers at Thurman City Sunday. has
spent{ a strong board of officers and
Cloud his
F. F. II. Pope returned Friday home about October 1.
pastor ad wife Rev. and Mrs. C. C.
-men well known for
Mrs. Veeder showed conservative -
last from Kent, Ohio where he has us some very
spent the past few weeks. fine freestone peaches which were Beatty. that After arriving they were informed OO.OOO.OO.OOO.OOOOOOOOOOO judgment ability and resolute !
it Rsv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fancher and Mrs. (grown on her place here. She says which made was the Beatty'sbirthday O integrity. Consult them freely' y
B. F. Rails were the guests on Wed- she does not know what kind as they of occasion ono 1.' IOS ('.:NTI'n' : regarding financial matters.
more After
nesday of Mrs. Camfield at Kelley Hill. were growing there wben she Came. the nice dinner partaking of Accounts subject to check are Invited. ;
provided the tooooco I
Mrs. W. I. Barber and little daughter The only ones we have seen which ex- the afternoon party oooooooo ooooot .
t of Kissimmee few cell them were by Mr. Marsh.C. spent looking over Dav- r
are spending a grown
enport, taking pictures etc. J. J. Dann and of Klasimmee
They family
days this week with Mrs. Barber's C. Cox says he can beat J. W. returned 4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on
to Shingle Creek about 6 wt'relU"HtM at the Jeff Barber
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caldwell Mathews in watermelons, having some
o'clock all feeling happy over their home last Sunday. Saving Accounts.
weighing pounds against Mathews'I
on Michigan avenue. I -
35. trip.Mr. Blanche and Janette Lawson visited ,
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow and
Miss Hazel Shamhow motored to Kis- I Speaking of the Land of Sunshine Kissimmee. and Mrs. Marvin Goodman of the Misses Turner Wednesday.Arthur It
spent one day last week Haye and his mother visited
and Flowers have both for -
Bimmee afternoon. we sure we
.J I with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bronson of at the C. 11. Funk home af-
John J. Johnston has sold his clothing were shown the combination in some Travelers Rest.A. Friday

and shoe store on Pennsylvaniaavenue magnificent specimens of sunflowers H. Fox has erected bath house ternoon and evening.Mr. -
to Samuel Brammar.Mr. brought! to our office last week by F. a Spears and family, of Klsulnimee 1
the lake
on here and he
and Mrs. C. K. Hendrix start I'. Wentworth which !grew on his place his friends near and called at (the T. A. Hugbey lsonte l I
Thursday to spend some time with near the canal. One flower measured are now enjoying many refreshing Saturday afternoon.C. ."
baths in the lake.
relatives' and friends at Avon-by-the- thirteen and one fourteen inches Grady Cromartie in Kissimmee Wafford and son, of Orlando, [ SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT
...'.,r, Sea New Jersey Lockport N. Y., across they being almost perfectly Saturday. visited the home of O. I). Lawson .P
Toledo, Ohio, and Washington'D. C., I round. Mr. Wentworth says the stalks Wilbur Anderson Cecil Tison Elton Monday night and Tuesday.
before' returning in the fall. are twelve feet high. Anderson and Woodall Ruth and Edna Harvey, Janette' DIRECTORS/
Harry drove .
Mrs. Mary Johnson left for Tampa ( The land where these flowers grew over to Sweet Gum Park Lawson Claude Barber end Aaron '-
on Friday last where she will join her | has not been cultivated for many and brought back with Monday them afternoon Story visited with Evelyn Smith Sun ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON j

husband who has been working there years and was covered with dog fen load of watermelons which they kindly a day afternoon. F. W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W. ai
for the past few weeks. 'I nel. distributed the Everett Smith returned from the
The ladies improvement club met in The sped of these flowers are great again boys,among and do likewise.neighbors. Go East Coast Friday after an absenceof Yr
their hall corner of Florida avenue for chickens' and we ate some of them 1 Miss Eva of three months. J

and Tenth street. Meeting called to i and think they would be good forman i j arrived! at the Nighswonger home of her Missouri parents, I Bessie Lawson is visiting friends in
order by President Mrs. )Ethel l Thomp-i as well as fowl. | Mr. Mrs. J. H. Orlando.The .
I'on.IinutpR! of last meeting. read and 1 I Very little fertilizer was used andlittle j j j day and last week, where Niswonger.she will make one I young people of the neighbor- : :::
Three members labor. We never saw anything i hood will farewell for
approved. new were her home. We have learned that )Miss give a reception
voted into the club, Mrs. Goodrich to compare with these flowers in sizebefore. Niswonger is a competent schoolteacher Billy Rogerson )Friday night. Billy
Mrs. Hatcher and Mrs. Jennings. The' and leaves for his home in North Caro-
president received a card of membership I At the Veterans' meeting last Sat- position somewhere we hope that for she the will next geta lina next Monday. He has a host of

to the Central Florida Highway i urday there was sold allubbiird term. i iMrs. friends here who will sincerely regret

association. We are indeed proud to squash] weighing twenty-four poundsgiown Lizzie Floyd of Kissimmee, I I Ij to see him leave. After a month's
be the only ladies organization tepresented } by J. S. Bartlett and purchasedby spent a few du.VH this week with her. visit with home folks he expects' to MaylumberCo.
in the Orlando convention A < A. S. Courier for 50 cents. Mr. I j I isiMei.I i :Mrs C.; H Woodall, returning"' join his brother in Marshalltown la.,
vote of thanks was given Mr. Homier, Courier suvs heexpects to eat squash I' home on Wednesday. where he has a position as salesmanin

Mr. BonHinger and Judge lI..ek'r for pie for a long time to come.The |' The children are elated! over the : a large department store. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In r
luncheon served by the Woman'
books donated to our library Tlw -
near approach of the school
term to bei i ii
little. Teddy that !Mrs. Veeder the I mproeinent club on Monday at I
gave l
tnught hv their much
club earned $K48 for us. No one ever ,1,I' the old (;. A. K. hall was well patron- 'i, Mrs. J. II. Xteffe loved teacher, I MANY SEE MIRACLESIN YELLOW PINE LUMBER

guessed. his, name, so 1 will tell you. ized. We took dinner there and will i, Leah llery.bcrir

It I ) I|,I do so. again first Keithly mty.Ales. I with friends! in Kissimmee.Miss spent .Wednesday
The I'nscills club presented the isidies :Marvin and two children !- lucietia GEORGIASufferers Shingles and Laths
Overstreet I
'II has l hen
)1 :
I Improvement club with a check 7 and 12: years of ago, ariived'I
spending few '
with her
I I days sister
Sit urday night to visit for two months
for twelve dollar I
dollars their
paying [
!Mrs. G. (C. Bronson.
a month pledge for advance ,' with her brother, !Mr (;lIzay, who is Rescued Swiftly After Hope HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY
a in
year Mrs. .1. P. Tison
)I ,'nnned'd with the TrilniHe. called on Mrs. Robert Had Faded and Long Treatments .
for and! club hull. :
our new libruiy I
Ivey aft..rnoun.x .
Now we think every citizen, young and I come from Ft. Worth, Texas.liathing Tuesday Failed. All we ask if let us f figure OB your estatn.
old should, be interested plans '' in tie* lake is as popular as j Sufferers all over the state of Georgia
in our
Courteous Attention atad
I' ever. Crowds continue to come I <---X--->-.-: :- -.o-..'" Prompt Delivery r,
and purpose. We are buying two extra oVl'r'from have found a ready deliverancefrom
lots at $75 apiece, so the youngabopls Kissimmee almost every eveningand .=- Til U the ills of stomach troubles peculiarly -!
I the St. ( 'loud people spend goodly KM AN CITY Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.Thfe
of the town can have/ a tennis1VSu > common in the south. .
urt and We portion of their time in the water Remarkable stories of health re
. > play grounds. are aJar <-: : :-" : ."
:-': : >-:-><-> I

ice very cream industrious and cake order every of ladies Saturdays. srve | I Lieut.miles Kntriktn which is is owned funrrng! l by a company foursquare I I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Jacobs have used gained Mayr's are told Wonderful by hundreds Remedy.who have It t.. '11'... .... .!,oo- .... "<1'... b.. "J'.... .... ft... .... "'At ...,., i

afternoon on the. hotel porch com I in which he in interested und on left for Folkstone, GR, where they I it a remedy with a record. The first
and patronize us. I j which it is intedned to place a grout (' Miss to make their future home. I I dose is always proof to any stomach I 35I"
Our dinner election day was quite| I herd of cattle and hogs. I| Ruth Acree was a week-end i sufferer who tries it. It is quick.
a success.. Mrs. George received I a Th Golden Hule tnbi; and Yoke guest of Mrs. James Bronson. I Ii Here are what two users say: I
check for $10.00 for our new library., Fellows had a lug party on Tuesday )i I :Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Scnsiha. were REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro Gu."I growers' Stand by
Wo now have $450 in the bank, a good evening at the home of Judge Peck- callers on :Mr. and Mrs. Burr recently. I I just escaped the operating table. *V --r *" <
start but only a start so help us and >Il hum on the lake front. The evenuig I Bert Dickerson is laying the foundo- Now I can eat what I plea Me. 1 wouldbe
we will help you to make our city was devoted to games, music and refreshrfients. I I tion for his bungalow on Michigan glad if everybody suffering with Ideal Fertiliser have gained this reputation by the ".,i;

more beautiful and even a better place I I av..nue.Mrs. I stomach trouble could learn of your 200 LBS B results they have given growers for twenty years.IDEAL .
l Mr. Feathers 39 I Burr "
pound under
to live. I' reports; some was the doctor'scare remedy.
Johnson's are having their bakery watermelons but he's got to do better the fore part of the week. SALISTA THOMAS, 55 La France ; There' an Ideal mixture for practically every a

. and dining room combined and Mr. than that to lead. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba enter- St., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your Florida crop-each a. proved success. CaW gue
Clawson will move his barber shop On Monday last W. A. Morris and tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs.A. remedy five weeks. It has done me -Ftirn izu and booklets describe thq full line and give much

) .into the room that was 'occupied! by wife, and Mrs. Arthur Morris motored A. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dick- much good. I feel like I hardly know MFbBY helpful information. Send for them-free I f
Eleventh street between over to Kissimmee for a pleasure my strength-my appetite is fine" .
the bakery on ;
Pennsylvania and New York avenues. and shopping trip. They spent a delightful - -- Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives : Buff&TOOM Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer ,Co.,' i

day in our neighboring city. permanent results for stomach liver ERTILIIER C0 DepLttl Jacksonriue FU.ManuTKtmrt .
The union meeting of the Young r
Miss Ethel and Miss Nellie Zimmer s PILLS
CHICHESTER: and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
Peoples' society held in the Baptist )'t! returned from a long and successfulconozrl I NI HBIAND. Alral and whatever youJike.! No more distress -d'kK3Of1VIU f.111! .. Ideal, A........ .... Poe sa FcrtitisM .

church Sunday evening was, well attended 1 tour of Georgia and :North :-:L ..A*>k:+'m:.!.'::d :::.. after eating\ pressure of gas in
und was a very interestingmeeting. i Florida. They bath look well and hap- , fill In Sad.l and 4i... meullkI O the stomach and around the heart. .
,church .. ... -
with RIUO KU4x
The union s Tvicesheld K. i >*
'I py and say the trio was a regular pic- I T.k. .... ......r Kvy .f jrcxip Get one bottle of your druggist now C. A. Preiident
hutch well BRYAN.
in the Christian" were nc Their many friends. are delightedto : I iret.'.... Ask Imo rll..TP'1l S and it absolute
.. try on an guaranteeif -
filled I"AM..NJ> IIIIA Nil .Il.I. 16
attended the house to ?
< was I
as have them in S1 (Cloud again. : (d yertli uwn*Ilf-st.Saim.Alwiyi KrllaMt501D not satisfactory money will be re
overflowing.Last I Lee (George; Edwards left for a business BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE funded.
Thursday evening I the Odd F .1- trip down the west coast. He will i The Waters & Carson
lows hall was the scene, of much merriment .take in the temtory by auto. -- -- -- --- --

and good fellowship. The i j Courtney J. Helms. from Hill.slx>ro,
Woodmen Circle was entertaining the Ind.. has come to take a position in CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !
W. O. W and their wives, and friends )I J Marine's pharmacy. I

in a royal manner. A delightful mu- ;|. There was a I lull in building operations Grocery Company
sical program was rendered and the for a few weeks but it is now
reception was a decided success. )I past and below are enumerated some MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
)Friends coming over from Kissimraeelodge of the improvements now in progress. r
bringing the attendance to thir- I Elmer Ide is having a five room cottage Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '
ty and bountiful refreshments being erected on Ohio avenue and Thir-
served. This was the first reception teenth street which is to be completed -
given by the Woodmen Circle here. and occupied by September 15. "Dodsoi's Lher Tone" Starts Your Liver i Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealer GROCERIES t ti
sells nO bottle of Iodwn'sI.ner l
of the First National ;you a cent .
The directors Mrs. Conner is having a cottage
meeting I Better Thai Calomel and You Don't 'I'onc under my personal) inonfy-
Bank of St. Cloud held a erected on Ohio avenue and Eighth ..
hack that each nfut
I Saturday last in the office of the street which will be rushed to com- guarantee RpfM i
ident which was attended by pletion.F. Lose a Day's, Work )'our sluggish:/ liver lH>tt4r than a 0000000000000000 00000000 0000 0 4
dose! of calomel and. that it won'tmake
nasty '
L. Rice, general manager of the pres-j M. Benjamin has had dis house Bick.Dodaon's 0 O O .
nole-Land & Investment company, painted and it is a fine piece of work, Liven up your sluggish livor! Feel l you 0 WE SELL: 0' O WE BUY: O t
came from Washington, I). C.. for that [; and a credit to the owner. fine and cheerful ; ma.kl'1' work a Liver Tone in real liver 0 O O .
The New York lnf*<]irine. You'll know it next morningiNcatlHe HAY O .
purpose. I building on avenue pleasure, be vigorous and full of amhi- .
The report of the cashier showed t| between Tenth and Eleventh streets is tion. Hut take .no nasty dangerous you will wake lip feeling fine, 0 O HIDES 0
the business of the bank to be in a being doubled in size by having a con- calomel) because it makes you sick and ) nor liver wijl) tx working; headache 0 GRAIN .

most flourishing condition, the result crete addition put on the rear. The you may low a day's work. and dir.zini-sH gone; stomach will brKVteet 0 0 O FURS .
of conservative and efficient manage building is owned by J. W. Mathews.M. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver and bowrla regular. 0 FERTILIZERS 0 0 .

.3 ment on the part of its president Hon. Mallatt's palatial home on Tenth which causes. necrosis of the ""III.... Dod on' Liver Tone is entirely vcg.1Inlile / 0 WOOL .
Arthur E. Donegan.A street and Kentucky avenue is near Calomel crashes into sour bile like therefore harmless and, cnn nn1nalivate. SHINGLES < OO .
handsome dividend was declaredon I ng completion. This home is built dynamite breaking it up. That's when Give it to your HiiMri'i* O AND ,
the stock, and the financial state- you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Millions of people are lining Iixlon') 0 ORANGE BOXES. 0
ment, which was published last weekin Listen to met If you want to enjoy !Liver TOile iiiHti'ud of dangerous raloim 0 O O ALL .
the Tribune showed,! to: I The Oulatne That Doe Not Af act TIle Head the oioeet, gentlest liver and bowel now. Your druggist will t.-II you tliui' O ORANGE WRAPS, 0 .
be among the leading financial institutions Becauft BROMO of Its QUININE tonic and U lmxaliv better than effect.ordinary LAXA- ever.experl<:nce
of the South in fact the peo- viva Quinine ftDd doe not Cause nervonvne. nor a spooplbl of harmless Uodson's Liver entirely here. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 .
ple in this portion of )Florida regard florins In head. Remember. . the full name and O 0 0 PRODUCE .
., - - --- ---- '
look for thea'1uIlure of K. W. OROVB. 2) --
the Rock
the First National Bank a.s CRATE NAILS. O .
of Gibraltar for the safe keeping of 0 O 0 .
entrusted to its are> 4000000040040400 40000004 000000 .
any moneys Corner Franklin & Zack
while at the same time the officers ,
Galvanized BELL CAFE r
exert every effort to extend courte- TAMPA, FLORIDANew We sell field and garden eed of all kinds.

sies to those in need of funds. Being I Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. ,
the only national bank in the county Corrugatedand and modern. The cleanest and best restaurant In the city. Good rrvice.. .
Free in limit 'Phone No. 12.
gives it a standing no state or private i Best cuisine. Prices reasonable. Right in the center of shopping district. delivery city
bank could possibly attain, and Flat Take Union Station car and get off at I ranklin Street. We are county agent for good fertilizer. Ask us for circular and price J

to that fact much of its wonderful MUCcess on fertilizer }

Is due. SheetsAnd
p A party consisting of J. D. Harrisand

ford daughter,family Mr. and Harriet Mr.Mrs.and B.Mrs.Mrs.F. Kenney Fern Bert Gess-Cisne and All Forms of Metal Joseph's AcademyST. We Buy Bones liJ s

and daughters Ruth and Helen! and ,

,4 Jules in Dasen the grove spent the near Fourth F. P.picnicking 'Went-> RoofingALL AUGUSTINE, FLA. Spot cash will be paid for animal bones ',

worth's home on the lake front SIZES AND GAUGES ESTABLISHED 1866 of all kinds including prairie and bleached

the The playing day was of games spent and in bathing feasting and on PROMP DELIVERYfrom Hlrh-claas I boarding school In charge of Sisters of St. Joeeph. Patronized bones. We are in the market for a large '

the things usually relished on a the largest and west complete hy children of best Catholic non-Catholic famlllea of this quantity. Write us for prices and shipping
pod and ether State Bnlldiag) splendidly& equipped with all modern eonTcnience 3
picnic When the storm came up the party stock in Florida. *. Delightful and healthy locatkm ia quaint and artistic Ancient instructions if ,you.have or can' get any. '

5' t the Wentworth cottage Citr., Coon thorough embradnc *U bramche* req...... for >i
took refuge Florida Metal Products Co. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.n lC'
which w.a nearby. ,The Wentworths olid. and reined education. Mule paintUg, laagaagea, eoomercial H

are so hospitable thaH it is a great 3650 EVERGREEN AVENUE coarse. Tersa ....erat.. For full particuUrm writoSISTER SUPERIOR. _" bMnrtO. JadkMsnO.vFl.fid*.. $ f' :

pleasure to go there. JACKSONVILLE} FLORIDA saiTiisiUsri.....' 4F
home in the .ven- i y
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f MIIIIMMIIMIIItiMIM_ .MOTICH' or 'AWI.CATIOI* .. ."TAX IIT$.AT.IO..fRVI.UID. "D-.IDS- ,Total' Kstlmat o 'Rvnii,-.*xi 'It may'Wnoem. ;that.rn" the- loth day t8uprintndant. of' Public 'laj.X I

% DKHIl, UNDKH $HCTION BT4 .f .MAIL T. .. '. .---.- of November.. A, D., UUlJ shall applyto truetlon, ie b*, a Bol.ITas.8bolturn. .
CI "RRAL STATUTES OK L AND 1 1*-KOI* VAHIOU VYVIEDIOCCEOLA .. .----r- .. 0( the JiOorabl. T. M, Murphy. Judge IMeiirlct. r V

Legal .TATH. ; or FLORIDA4V VCnlTY" V i I cult Court of Oseeoa1Count.y1' of *.11 ,, aa Judge of Probate, for trJi 1.1' '.1'8c101..

FLOR.DA ,. mnly wear that the abov* 1*c true my discharge aa administrator of Nn. I .i.e' held
Notlc le hereby *rlv.n tha' J. K 1[ estimate of the Revenue reasonably. to the ana. of "o aa pleroe. dcea4 1t.Ooola on' June .1

: : .Advertisements : Hansell. purchaser ofT.. GENERAL MBVBNVB FUND 4 rb."pte of the Special Pub Fund and thar at the same time t will pr*. 116. hatvlnr bees received.. th*
No. It. dated the 7th dayVoJly, A.. 1915. sent to said court Unal aa motion seconded''
.. D from Tax B.ed.mpt4ons .year fron . my aoaat upon prode
Ifi 111 ha* nled ald C.rtlioal In my F R R Express and t1'.0' to .Beptsmbsr 10 ....ccordlnl to mY- administrator of aaid tet. to .ny.the same and found.

.f' iIuIIluuuIfllIuIulIu fio. and ha* mad. applicton for T.w : Co*. License ...___.? -' 7.ll 1 best Information belief. for their approvaL nl ;

!* HOTICK OF" Afm-lCATIOM!' roll TAX Used to Issue In to :General License ....... LIU.1 I : L OVKR8TRBBJTMubscrlbed / Dated May 15. A. D.. 1911. We. the undersigned Inspector* &p \

DICED tlNDBM-CRCTION BT 4. an Bald certificate embraces the following Hire of Convict.. ? ....,- .. .wor. to before m. W.. B CRAWFORD.Administrator.. Clerk of Special Tax School District achd'
land, lying and being sltuat In Oc- 1".1
this Cth
.ti day of *. Union FlorId. County O
i) THH alTATB or VLUHIUANolle ola County Northwest Stat* of Total Estimated Revenue Except (Notary Public Seal) tSXt -<4-tl.4l Osceola. Florida, do c{

;: Th Quartr North.east Taxes ._._-._ 1..4'.11 JAMES M. JOHNSTON certify that at the .Ieto.. held inf

c *> le .hrbr glrrn.. that 'D. E.s Quarter ( NBJ4) of Section I. 'J. 1... Overstree, Clerk of the Circuit Notary Public. Special Tax School No. 8, on

Hart purchaser of Tax Crtllcat No. 'lrty (1). Township Tw..t.I". Court of Osoeola County do solemnly the 11th day of lun. A. D 111. puruant ..
) < (16) South. *;. ) Estimate of Revenue J'rom to the . did convass th*
dated the 7th day of July. A. D. swear that the above I. a true of ,'
fif f&h.& ha* flied said cfrtllleat* In my Kt.Th. estimate of the Revenue reasonably to taxes -.. 1.44800 Proceedings votes cast at said election for the per-
if ofrtc and ha* mad application l for sail land being assessed In the b* expected of the General Revenue Assessment $67400000 at K mill. .on- and to fill the office hereinafterspecified

ifr Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to law name of Unknown. at the date of I..u-. lund for the fiscal year from October Total Estimated Revenue ____ 1,448.00 and further to canvass the

r Said certificate embrace* the following aMes of said certificate to September 30. 1(1 I. according vs.% of above. available for Appropriations. vote cast at said election for the number -
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed theSchool Board
& land lying and being sltuat In Osce to mv best Information knowledge and of mill of dl.lrl.t tax to b* levied
according to law, tax deed will
ola &unty. State of Florida, to-wlt: Kstlasate *f Rxs>e. .. Speciall'biiciy and collected annually for t.o. (I)
Issue thereon on the 9th day of b.I.f .
August. .
Lot Thlrty-on (11) of the Semlnol J OVERSTREETSubscribed K. d. year .uccdlne..n the vote 'castin
tif A. I). 116Witness. L Printing Booklets of County._ 1.000.00 said election at said election were
Land Investment
Company. Subdivision
of Section Thirty-three ( )- mv City : the seal Sth atKlsslmmee Eth day of and July.sworn A. UU.Not.ry before. methis R..rv..c for Contingencies448.00 Klsslmmee. Fla.. July fith. 1815 a* follow: :&
Ilk _
Township Twenty-six (if) nplr.Or:1 ( Public uuu_ uhun 1.44800 The Board of Public Instruction met For Trustees as Follows:

flange Thirty-one (11) taut, accordingto day of July. A. 8.a1 as per adjournment of July 6th there W H. Sullivan received eleven vote*. t'
J L .
W. C. Bass chairman 0 B Lawson ten vote
being :
the official plat thereof filed In the JcNRTONc present
office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court ((8..1) Clerk Circuit Court. Osceolaa.4t NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX J H Stratton and Walter Hronson also J. 41 Harvey received one vote "

1; Usceola County Florida. 2 County. State of Florida OEI.1INDKR SECTIONS 5T 4 AND C E' Yowell. supt' C H. Funk dtw.Vgt..ot.*. p

f The said land being assessed In the Estimate of Revenue from
1 name of W. A. Stewart. at the date of worn OF AI'P.ICAT.u1 FOR TAXDItICLI Taxes hH _._--._....$14,410.00Assessment THIS STATE OF FLORIDA read and Ira Weatherbee received two vote
r.t::: .
Issuance of said certificate. "NDIR 11.0' A"4> AND 167040(1000 at .JM mills S U. ) treasurer reported For Tax Levy- ;
Unless sId certificate shall be redeemed BTI OK Total Estimated Revenue .,_ 176091 Is Hereby (.,..... t. WllluiBaJ as follows: Two and om half (24) mills received i

according to law, tax deed will THE STATE OK FL.OHIDANotice 96% of above available for Appropriations Psireluiser .( T.. rU....e To the Honorable Board of Public Instruction two ((2) votes

4 Issue thereon on the Plh day of August. .We. TIM, dated 7th day of JuTy. A. D. In and Osceola county: i One fourth (1-4)) mills received seven .

A. D 1U.Witness I. nereby given that 8. H. E..t_... .( Rap.._ ( ...M| IH*. has filed said Tax Certificate In I herewith tender ,report as treasurer (7) votee .
e my official seal atKtasimmee Bullock purchaser nf Tax Certificate. I Salary of the (' .of the my office ana has made application for of Osceola county for the monthof I Two (2) mills one (1) vote. ,

City, nlo.r :l., this the Sth No. 1170. 17 and 17. dated 7th day I Circuit Court aa County I.rk Auditor Tax Deed to Issue, in accordance with June. A. I). ISIS C. H. Funk J. (1 Harvey r) B Lawson a
of July. 191S. filed said Certlflcatea To from last __ $516979 I and Iraetherbee. clerk.
\ day of July,OAV.rR8'/A and Clerk to County law Said Certificate embraces the following bal rCporL Inspct-
J, I* JDT.CI.rk In my office and has mad. application Commissioner _. ..._ 82100 described property situated In To reed from Yow.1 or.. .
for Tax Herd to Teachers ____ __ 17.00 The board
Circuit Court Osceola I..u. accordance 2 1'er Diem 141800 and Mileage Osceola County. State of Florida, to. exam n nn finding said election was
County Florida. to law. Bald certificate embrace To amt reed from loan conducted to law. and
HIM 00 of H
wit: Lola 7 and I of Block 41 of the ac..ordln/
.1 (Circuit Court Seal) 2 -4tNOTIOH the tolo..lnlf described land Iy, a _ _ Town of St Cloud. FloridaThe ToCIt Bank ----- SOOO 00 H Lawson and C. H. t
h huuu. from
Ing and In Osceola Coun- 4 _ __ _ _ . ______ ______ said land being assessed at the reed lot Triegraph Funk having received the highest unm- ._
ty, State of Florida, towltLots : I __ _ __ ___ ___ Co. tax uu____ _- 20 Oft bar of vote d.clar..d the same to be ,'
OK AP..VATION ROM TAX 1 and 14 of niock C Lincoln M of County "court ._ 10008 date of issuance of said certificate In To amt reed tax Coll. taxes 7S7.28 elected ... tru.t.. of the said district .

OHKD VNUKH KCTIOIV .T4 ANI1TB n..llht.l.t. 7 County Prosecuting Attorney the name of F. D"RI Unless said C.r. To "ml rectl from tax ""I. for the next two years

.. $ (IKHKHAl. TATVTK ell' HrlKhtaIot .I and II of Rock D, Lincoln h u_ __ u_ u__ -_ 400.00 ,tfficateshall law. Tax. Deed be will Issue according thereon on to pol. __u-_. nn -- 2 n The board tax also finding one-fourth that the max.Imum (1-4)-

TRI STATE OF FlORIDA 8 Attorney for County Commissioners the 7th day of August. A. Z>. 191S :rv"doh.
II of flock D. Lincoln Height _ 260 00 1098.1 mills had r of the
I .. said land being assessed In the hh u uu Witness my hand and official seal atKlsslmmee By paid warrants A. per votes declared that on..fourlh
1 I.L (1-4)
N..lee !. Hereby. G..... That J. K.HA n.- Supervisor of Registration I 10000 1
of n L. Kenxle B. L. Kenxle andA City Florida this 7th day mills I to be the maximum tax for
k. **. P.eks..e ., Tax Oertleeat Jlre. 10 Jailor _____ ___ _. _ ._ 16000 levy
O Hamilton, respectively at the of July A. D 116J Balance each of the next two \
11 ..._ unn nnn a8.9 years
9 IS*., dated 7th day of July. A. D Itl3.ha h uu h hU
date of the Issuance of said certificate I 12 Buildings L* OVER8TREKT. Clerk Htth-Krkool Ills). No. .. The itemized estimate of the amountof
4 filed said Tax Certificate In my office Unless said certificate hall be redeemed Ripnlrs. Court .House County_ _._- 1,000 00 (Court Osceola County. Circui To bal from list report _ __ I HI 16 funds necesary for the schools for

,l and ha* mad. application for Tax according to deed will 13 Repairs on Jail ..:::::_ 16000 Florida To amt reed from tax coll. the year beginning. July 1st 1916 was

.s Dead to Isau In accordance with law Issue thereon on the h.d"o August 14 _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ Uv JAMES 1. JOHNSTON. D C taxes _ _ u n.unu __ 20 78 filed and the board asked the Board of
aid Certificate embraces the follow- A. D 1916Wllnes 16 Furniture and Fixtures for (Circuit Court 8"AI 29 4t Count Comml..lon. to place the tax

log; described property situated: In Osceol and official seal Court HouseId _ __ _ 17.28 levy al seven ((7) mills

.. I* County atat* of Florida, to-wlt;: rtI-r *. this nth day of Supplies for Jail_ _uuu_ _._ aOOOI By paid "arrnl. as pt'r list n The folowlng teachers were appointed -
,. Lot I of Block Ii of West Klsslmmee J..iy. A. n 17 Kxptnses County Buildi 1000. MKPOltT OF ( lithe board Miss Cleo Wooltlrld-
Th. said land being assessed st th.. ( Circuit CourtHeal) and other Attendants TiE. 'O"D'T'O' Itnlnm'i _ u 81871WuhWrhnol irt.. Cth. grade school, No I. Miss Ethel

date of the Issuance of said certificate J I* OVKHSTHFET. J"nlt.r.. _ fou 00 CITIZENS:: IIA > K OK !>!... 1 No. 2. (Crawford 7th graile School N(, F.
p '. In the name of MRS I':. C. HUTTON.. Clerk Circuit C.urt OscenlaCounty IS Light Fuel h' and \\'aterIt u u_ 30000 oedesiaed Cross the '. ._. To litlaiiti fioin. last retool S12S2To ( I. Mills( filntlpal. School No. 13
l"iori.ia. .nil p tl from tux roll The hoard ..(vei
Unless ssld Certificate shall be redeemed .r Hesxlered the ( wptrellerJuse I a communication
ny JAMES M JOHNSTON. 1>. ta xt s. _ __ I from J (3
according to law. Tax Deed will Issue 21 I Inrldtntals h U u _ _h no 00 :: ISiS. h u 4 I..r") oc..rlnK to
thereon on the 7th day of AugustA 29 4t"OTH'I ] -- pal,it tht t'nlon "b..J hlu..

,. D 1115Witness 22 (Count Repairs 8..ou. 313 27 with I two ( .111 of paint Insltle aril! outside
my hand and official seal. at OK AI-PI.K'ATION. 9"IITtX .. I.or.I. Pti.r Loans __ V V 1177.341] 22 1' ..1,1 \\arraritnuH pir lint 4111111( and fiiitilsh nil ,paint and other

Klsslmmee. City Florida. this 7th day UEtn MIKH KKC1 lf) _
.. Bonds C, XUCfiHiinMni 1.I.n. 27327 In manner for fxfi (In In
July. A.J 1V16 MTATI'rI.:M OK IHKNIA1K 23 1 arid Fixtures' for Sl< I I 1 fr"l
,,, J. L. OVKKSTftKET Clerk CircuitCourt. u. FI.tHlIANotice .Jlroltur.. and 1" arms 6000( House "'IXur.. 22:SKA 12 ..-.b... ii..t. \.0. : 'I..w I .r the fact (hit ( Haiti h.u., ..
1. lol"'e .
I C II" _
Ti' 1 .3
T. h.1 "h hid not he n i In ,
I N. Opt'ration of Hi al( I';Hint' 't(5 1 2" ', 1' inien\ \ taistin .
Osceola County State. of Z "en. .. Iilf ..1 1 l lI'I 1 1la. ... .
..,, ,- Florida I is hereby given that O "o"r Mount antl .HIIIIH 1 .6(1000, ( (',,ijrHv & ( (lt\ \\,,, runt" 1 4'14!" 78 I T. .. II' 01 II board IK t '.1..11. off, r andotdtred .

i By JAMES M. JOHNSTON D C liall purchaser of Tax Certificate N1 21.1."nl", -- mail tti lau Cant) on ln1 "ld, I I.tie fiotiiHanks r 42ll5' I" ,amount, , .ul of I tie general .
70S dated Julv 7th A him of I 3ri.("IT7 '"0, rl",1Th.
191S fllttl 1 our HOUHI'Hatitl
11' .
Seal I
(Circuit Court I 29 H1OTICE ] 50III .
I lioaid i fixed tht .
f >I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ said Certificate: In my oflicand:: hasmade Pall \\airatitH . 8(1(1110( ( -- -- l.a'.1' \1. I'r bat 72 5'', I ".''a"l: of I ,1'1' of the
application for Tax Ih ttd In ,Issue 2fi < in oriel H 1 I.i'J'Nt Not h t t H $2I.rd.612' ___ I Hlp.'II" l' II"'I..n
OK AI..ICAT.O'\ TAXI In accoidancf lo law Suit] ( .irtlfttatiembraces I nrflitrx. .JUIUIH ,ami Ultin I nt > I 12ron ,,.r i mnlih f tin ,0qll"I ,V
.1..111.. .
ah >KKI> UNUKII .NKCTIOftN! HT4 A!MSTB > the following dtH<.rlb..d lai>tl!. ." K 11111( ( Capital Ktoc", JIT,.Odd ,00' I 1.-.1..II'..l.-.ha.i' 4.To I"" "II. I c'i8I.i. i' r.irv. S, c i ,nr I ii h.. School Lawso'
lying and nltntiti In 27 I liiHanlt\, lq.4VM I :< nun noI i..I. .. 1'i IMI I 1,1 Ie
(.MCltAI. Ml ATI TK1 OK1IIK IxInM: ImiuirliH nfi Siiriiliix .
:: XIATK OK K1-()HI1>Ale CoutiM I Mali"f:: I. loililii: ;: t to_" 1..01. ifllt( .t IN anil (..rnynltt-cs tIll (on2x I'n.lllilt-,d l'r"I'H I (I 2.566 1.,1., I"...", .1 I.. "I..oJ I ::1012 : tin "''.n elulK...,lI.. I !i.n rl
I I..I.Tw. IluII".1 I Tw'nlv.f, tatltint \ Zulu I'rlntltiKftnetal lit'iitiKitx, ]"' 4hIlilln 1'0 ,"."1. ." I" .\ i aiq..i I Ii. HII"1 .r the t e.. I h* .f 'I't
(if fin KfTiitnole .," 11' eat. 1,11I.m""y' ( ; , MattoneiHlankn( I 1a) ,.tl.. I noil'( (nil( I. M II.f,2s :! 110 I luau HI I h,1 I .rnI. Si 1 heiol I No 1R
Hereby Gives that L R.tvaaa ,
< l fit ,,,
n Hudlvl.l.n of Nl''/. nnil, t t I JIHI 'Oil' I 'I.ul. in n ti. I7r ". iern
Purchaser off lax 4 er4lnts fto : ";" , ,
r tinN i \V ',. iirul' U 'A of SI-; x e i pi 2"I Mo ikx 40l> 110 '21.1' "if!( .-1 2Fttt lI.n Iii
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145. dated 7th day of July A. V. 1918 j.t : : 1"1 I 1.,1( \.1.1'1 I".r ::1 .II '1 1'lie I ,.i.I.| .',1| ,
H HI of uaof Si'i lion holn ((4)HownHhlii ) I.!,, Htoullttl i 'li\' J I'l 1",1. a ''',? r.r
has filed acid certificate In my offite alLa. ,,; : ,.. $1.l ii. to I It ilium, In faxiu, ,.f
luititx HX! 1261(i ) SouthKniiiri i,1 Paid fm I.\ Count50l ni of I' 1 trldn t .uiit \ of t Ic "II. FUI Miss
:t. and has made application for Tax Dtidto I C: "i.o, V ::1 I, ; I. Hn ' ,, .
u -'ii biilant
ThIrty (111) I';IIHI :II lllllllllHHIOMH I I Off) I l'.l K tU. I ( I tit' tint for
Issue In accordance with law Hald ,. c'li. :.7.hi: Hi:: . illel. No. I till, I lUllllllt. ) ,1 I Ii, .
: 1 hi Hnlif) InnilH .H..H..d In thiiliini I IX lax \HKI HH' 2.2110( Oil ( TIN Itiink, of 1 'I''M'ln( ,mi ,, inn, I I. ,1,1 H. I .
Certificate embraces the following of ((7k, ioo f.1..1"0' tin litn of InHUAIKI .. ::12 'I ax ( '.I""lor 2. 4nn (III ,, "" ,'nr that (Ii lit, alo\i Htitinilit' 1 I. T. V I I I .I, I 1-|, i 'I''''I'I '" I : \ |n tflli( ,n ",,in th, iI.nt, .f I l'.g.
described property situated In Oiiteola T.1 .tint, l i .I I I ,,, t,i\ i .IIiili I II" 'In" nxMiiK' lint :< ( lit. )I".
11 tin I (
of Hnlfl ( irtlMtatiI'nliHN I ( "u"I" aHiii t-r 1 I.'nun' (oo( Iru.[ '. to Iii ties! of mkntiMltilu uiItO'llCf I appoint. -
; County State of Florida to. wit Lots Nntil, ,.ertllite Hhall lie r<.. 14 Io' l>t'tnonnt I a- I II ::1',', I .1 f..i I that ilo.-, unit r. ....K.,.tl .\l..r

11 and 12 of Block A. C. A. Carson dt' ,,<'ordlnK to . tax .1.,1 will tlon ,Agent 911 Oi TAl'l. K I i ',."I. r ,. 'I i ine (1ttICII( I I Ii h," I I."rl,, di rldi.d! .
Addition to Klsslmmee ft Clerk WI'EI ".I." 4: r. out-Ht c cm,,,1.1 ntt t,I.- grunt-tl.1I ?
City thf, rttin tin the tln) of .lUKUHt. 'I'ul Court H.- Sulinrrllit "1 I. in I hi.3rl ,
The . -.h..1 11.1. Nt It. ::11 I .1 I s StI (hi""I'"111'd' t Ih,.
m said land being asteHHed at the IIMI. 1U1Gftntl "cording I 1..1 ( 'ourtWrk clav' of J\i\] 1 1"16 I h."r,1
'I I Ii. 1 fl "III' 1 lI.l\ I t that, ,
date of Issuance of said Certificate In H my hand notl ,ftleial' ntal I nt 26 (00Heiiervtil ( C. l 1' ( N tnr\ pin 22. ii lit lot "n "hid I; h Hit' ,Flnnlolnt'
: - I..t 1,111 T.1 .II""t I .t l\ .1 I f. , ta \ C oil HI I hool, I l.tiittd ,, ..
the name of J. W. SIMPSON Unless Klnnlniinei1'ltirliln I tills tht tlth for ( .ntlK..I., 306N( Stati .r I '. 1.1. "_ ::1(11I h."H".1 HIM not I.
n aid certificate shall be redeemed according lnof Jil,.. A I 1) 1
to law Tax Deed will Issue (Circuit Court Seal) Total U uh- __ un 17.609( 68 .\ F l i\r.AN( I .ilanc I ... 23n fi'l! .f 1",1 Hdjolnliik' BalI'( lot. c mild I... pin
.I U OVKHSTRFKTClerk F !. .hl..1 rr"l Mr ( hailta s minimi
a thereon on the 7th day of August A. K.tlm.te of 11ev..... Read Kasid \\.1"1.? In tin. Hum' "f fll .15(1( win. for $6(1 ((10 to which the. school< houseruli
Circuit Court < bee,ola A. \\ (1USTUS 30-lt .
D 1911 County, State of "'roni lax lted.'mptioi," __ u _ K3660 nlrcclor. exiimlntd, and c ami.lit.,d I II, opt.' ""M..lo. I be ".\ ii at rat on ino
Witness my hand and official seal 29-f Jo'iorld. From Auto License uh 118200 -- - -- I illi u r. 3il''l| lovttl and wiiiiantMIHHII I tlon dull seconded ,. bnald 'le'i.i.-,1

r- .t Klssimmee City. Florida this 7th From Transfer Convict Lease ( as follosI to imrchane said and Instructed

/ day of July. A. I). 116 NOTICE OK Fund uu h _ Uh 191.60 !\oOTU'1 F0519 lll.|( ATIONneper I.: y..1 Kill BUilt. _ $11D (n" the Suiierlntendsnt .I. draw a warrant
J. I.. OVKHSTUKKT Clerk Circuit .U.EC..ON Total Estimated Revenues except < Court. Osceola State of __ \\ull.i H I I' I 2' in nil ,
County. E. 00I
'A"u 210 1'.01 plnct samin Ih.HIRI.
: In compliance with the law I In such h uu Ofllc-e a< .. r"lorltl.. to
Florida J L Clerk of the Circuit al."II. .r S I n 3 2n 4nS I bt paid to
caR.made and provided It 11.1, 11 or him" 'I- tbproperlv ttjl
-.;,, By JAMBS M. JOHNSTON D C and declared that herebyannounced ..lec- Court Osceola County.. do sol erlal Jaly tl. 1'.1. I I. 1 Llo.f. i 0", .... M 1 (1's exeCuted should be 1 .
( 'na.l..1.
-. ., (Circuit Court Seal) 29-4t lon he held at NAr..oo.... emnlt swear that tht. above Is a true Mrs1, I" v,'ars. rent .,'h. Ni I 7 on on motion duliiecondeil theI I" :
; wil O..c.ol. .. of the St <'loud Triton nutlet 1 **fiMlnie .rl\
reasonably e".m. rules outlining the dulltx
Special Tax School1)isrici .tmat. Notice Is herel "','n'lhat ..J.hnV adopted
V Florida . !
of the Road Fund for the N. I Mill Kin nc'hNo Janitor for No 1. and dir
'V. . Monday. August 2nd -.ct.d Campbell of Ijnuithman, Florida I who. .11..1.,1., ,0(1 Hch.ol 'tcl'
AnMINIBTHATOH. A 1>. 191G for the purpose of determln- fiscal year from October 1. 1916 to Sep- on February 18. 1910, made HomtstcatlFntry 2'.1")1 a copy of be placed 1 In
4 rev risml Ulerkaira-e.) ternb.r MiHS( Hnbv' has. sal tc hr st hNo thI'"nWo
K : 30 191A RCordlnK to my bestnformatlon the hands of before the
log who shall serve as school trusteesof ( for NF"4 of Hli and
40 III")
24 (
: and beliefJ .
!. C..rt *f C...,,, 1..&.. State ..1FI.rt. said district for two yoars next after knowledge. L OVERSTRKETSubscribed rNJ0.4Jc; 36 Township 2K I' \\. GriffinrtIfled list V \oters o".nlnl hoard of next school term
... the election. and to ni the numberof Routh ";,.t. Tallahassee Oaela tJ....,. and sworn to me S 1 > No 1. unu /( 00 from Mr.
of district school tax to be b.ror. Meridian hA. tiled of Intentionto "
I !. Be< <. .( mile Kissal I notice of .I.tln"
re this 6th day of July. IVii.Notary n..I. dee- that the walk across the slough
for the make to establishclaim
I' o. Peter Qullaa.Notice aid.two annually ( Public Seal) the land t.n. S S I I _uhn 1.1 ... had roted down and I".n".r
to be

,1'V It may o'o-: r.flnih 4th all 1d"whom of .. tolo..lne y..rLTh. were appointed to act JAMES M. JOHNSTON.Notary Public for.Clerk of Circuit.hov.Court d." Klsslmmee No 23 Hsresup. S S I) No 6&__labor h _u_sri_ 4 (00( seconded to be the rebuilt board I On directed motion Hdu

September. A. b., I'". I shall apply tot at said .I..tlon: FI.rlda on the 26th day of August (. W clrlffln certified list voters Yowell to write Mr Alderman to r

k 1: tb. Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of H. H. Hull. S. B. Story. J B Tlnd.11 Estimate of Revenue from Claimant. S H D No It _ u uu _ __ B OilKlsslmmee I the material and have the necessary secure -

said' court a* judge of : forfinal or.. Taxes __.. _. hhh_ ._ .840.00Assessment names as witneesClement Volley Gazette. notice work done
\\ discharge a* I lef'o.e.f; the InV. .. by Hill.order Clerk of the Board of Public 16.784.00(1 00 at 10 mills __ FloridA. Sullivan of oughman of election H H I) No 6 -UUh I 76Klsslmmee The board appropriated 1200.OO for
eatat of Peter Oullaa' deceased and Valley Uasette electlon
Total Estimated Revenue _ _ 60060.00 tendant for the .
;, V. that at the earn time: I will present to day of June. Osceola A. D I PI County I. this 14th )6% of above available for appropriations Hosier Q. Hancock. of Loughman. tickets H 8 D No"' 1 nun 400Kit.simmee ( board .n.ulnl. F yearThe H. Tlner a*
the said oourt final account a. Florida phones
my p supervisor of School No 3
administrator. of ald ..tte. and aak W. C BASS Ch.lrma Ollmate *f Kxfrmmrm. Road F... . W. F. Sullivan of Loughman. Florida.Charles office tl. BCh 1160 860 W. C Baa. R M Evans 'and C. K.
Attest B. Lamb of FlorIda
,4 for their aprova1.Dat.d . : 1 Salaries of Road Superintendent LtOugrhman R. M. Kvan grad ______ (0 Towell wr. appointed a committee ,
March .. A. D. 1915. C. B TOWHLtl Superintendent Miss Albina Smith __ 1.00 >
and Overseers._ 1900.00 com. to receive bid. for th* painting of the "
N. C. BRYAN. .-I IS _.__________ ________ ___. ROBERT W. DAVIS. Miss Clara Ledtaetter.. grad com 600 main building of School No. 1. and .
; .araoformo.'ll Administrator.NOTICE . V 10-1 V Register. Miss Anne Bryan Carson services were to open said bids and

NOTICE) OF ATTACHMENT 4 CoaYof'MaferUrilHIII" 1.00000 --... 10000 let th.uthorl.e to the lowest blddr. .

V 5 Tool and Machinery. Cost NOTICB H. R May. fh''t.'ch- No 1 .00 the board adjourned until the next

OF ATTACHMENT To A.. Vast Sep Meersek aad All and Repair -------- 1,500.00 V I. H. .. regular meting

Other...._.. ...eretesiNotice 1 Live Stock. Cost cr The Board of County Coinmlaslonersof S S I). No __nhnnu. 200 ATTEST:
111' ..TKH cotjprr-r' COURT or HILLS. and Feeding 600000 O B Lawson Insp of el..ton. C E VOWEIL.Superlntendant.
BOHOUUH COUNTY. STATE OKFLORIDA. I. hereby .Iv..n that I. U H. 7 Paid for Free other Osceola County will receive bids up 8 8 D No 1 __n_ __ u_ _ 2 00
Inarram Sheriff of County have I"'or to 10 A. M. August 2nd 1916 on threemiles .
than Guards .. J. O Har\e Insp of electionH
1.500 00 \\ (- .
'V - --
this less of vitrified brick
day attached certain or
personal 8 Pay of Convict Ouards _ 3.600( 00( H I). N.I; ft : - 200 IARR.i
road nine feet wide with an.
1t Chat.. H. M** ._ Plalmttlf. property belonging to Andre Van dorMeersch 9 Feeding and Care of Con concrete curbing C H Funk (Iran of election
.s. In the. County of Osceola State vlcts on Roads (average Bp..rn..atlon. may be had by applying H'S II. No 6'U __ -_- 200F o
3 of the Circuit Court oooo.ooooo o ooo
X K. B...... DefeaiflaBt.To of Florida, described as follows number at work 30) __ hU ft.000 00 Ktsslmmee B Kenneclerk of ..I.clon.
J. K. Baldon. Defendant In the above One Oakland five passenger car, 1914 10 Convict Hire __ 2.QUO.00 at Florida. SSI) No R _ uu _ __ n S 00r 4
uu The Hoard
caus. and all other persons Interest- Model the property of Andre Van tierMaersch I 11 ..ym.nt. on Account ofRoads reserves the rlght to accept V ":. Huntslnger Insp of election + OLD AND NEW
all bids
V ed: In the County of Osceola and Built by Contract ___ 30.000.00 or rJ..ct. SSflNoI _ __ _-_ _n __ n 2 00 SKITS 0OOOOOOOOOOO
V't, a Ton are hereby notified that a Writ State of Florida. II Payments on Account of j.nt OVBR8TREET Lynn "aulb.rty. Insp of electionS :

.Q of Attachment has been Issued against You are. hereby commanded to appear Bridges Built by Contract _. 600.00 Circuit CourtADM''STRA'OR' S I> No I _ u.U U _ 2 00 OOO

you. and your stock of goods at Nar- before the Judge of the County Court 1[ "Payments on Account of J E Baxter Inap of election The crinoline hag not confined its

i ( ooo****. County of Osceola' State of of Oaceola County Florida on the 6th Discharge Convicts Leased. 16000 NOTICE TO SELL 1 8 n No I u_ U _ 200( influence
h; Florida, 10... been attached to satisfy day of September ol A U same be 1 Paid to Incorporated Cities ICMIATKOLHT J K JohiiHton surveying lot ach to dance, dinner and wed

4 the demand of Chas H. Moorhoue, lug a Rule Day Bald ol' to answern and Towns h _ _ u __ 6.000.00 No 1 u _uuu 6200 ding: frocks, for it Is equally popularfor
Plaintiff In the above cause amounting the an action of Damages In Itt'st'rved for Contingencies_ _ 'N < OK <'Ul. N'TV JLDUH STATE M Tiller Ins s<'h No I h __ _ _ 82 noM atret wear. There) are costumes
of Three
1'. to Two Hundred Seventy-four A 41-100 sum ollars In Total __ _u____ nh ___ ._ 6005000 KL.OKIDA. COUNTY Tllelr In. sch No I uu 2000
I (|174.43) ollars. which Robert T. Cochran and Hmma M Ot O"t.-ELA Charles ** Strnthman purchaseof of worsted materials with wide flaring -

Cochran co-partners, doing business I asKobt Katlssate *f H.......... Kl. s.dFerfelt.r. 9 _ BO
t Now. unless you shall appear before >* l. re Estate .f 1" ..... Laaser Rsish.Mlsier. lot sch Ni h h 00 : skirts and short little jackets,
T Cochran & Co, of the City of .. .
;. the County Court In and for the County F d C1 10 Lowell 3 nitis Inc.I __ fid (IIIThe semi-fitted
New York. 8t..t. of New York. areplaintiff ] Schoolnistrlct or tight as you may desire -
of HUleborough. Stat of Florida, returns of Tax
- From Tax Notice Is given to all whom It Special
K aforesaid on the first Monday in September. and the said Andre (lerklersch ned.mpton. un 4 No 1 election h,.M at St. (Cloud .
that J
Is defendant From Hire 1.! 2" may concern Kmory Kuan UHtiuardlaii
,& A. O 1.11. Judgment will be will be given Herein not From Fines nu_ __ -_--._n._ 677(.81Total of the Kstate of Franc.La- :osceola t ounty. .,. tin, June 28th 1916, having The lovely Kmpres Eugenie could
you ,
t' and been,, I. the hoard
) ,. ; rendered against you your prop.rtyD.te4 b" jud.m.nt .taln.t Estimated Revenue. Except mar Rush Minor, will on the lath day ( upon mo have worn such a costume as a smart
above Indebtedne d..t.ult duly coiicled to can-
old for
V Taxes of August A. I' 1916. apply to the ton proceeded
V this 2Mb day of June A. D. \ 1S18 H INORAM, I. J L Clerk of th.2.010.9 Honorable T. M. Murphy. County Juclxe tin I same and found as follows V shop is now displayinj.I

4 1.11. of .ceola Count cult Court solemnlv In and for said County at his office \Ve. the undersigned Inspectors and is blue cloth,
\ HI BURN A BULL. Sh.rlr yl.d i lei K tif Sotclav Tax School District miltry
V t Klsslmmee
In in said
swear that the above true County. at ] '
a 1 the skirt is
.I-tt Attorney for Plaintiff No St t'loiitl Florida County tif Os extremely Rowsof
J L. OVERSTRKET .tlmat. of the Revenue reasonably to oclcck A. M. or as soon thereafter I full
i .. the be c.oll Htati of FI.rlda. do cer narow black braid stitched
Clerk of County Court. b. "p..t.c of the Fine A Forfeiture matter can he.rd. for authority ,
Fund .. fiscal to sell. at public or tinfollowing \ that lit Ih. el-efion! SpecialTax
FOR PUBLICATION. Osceola County Florida year from October private ..I. I School District( No 1 I. on 2Blh. through the center of the skirt, whichis

5 U .,' ORDBR _ _ ( : 1 1.I 1.1.h'h to Septtinbtr: 30: 1916, according described real ..Iat. in said clay tif Junt A D 1915 pursuant law short The close short
o st Information knowledge ami Count} fittng.
#. . !. Clmlt c..rt. State .. Flerlda.evesitk Count\io/nr ;. { b.l.r.I I Block Elght W-wl I > four (84) of the Florida. we tlltl canvass the oies cast nt Maidt jacket is fastened and
t .. Jsiellelal. Clrrwlt., OsreolaCe lection for the and to nil the
l.aiid and improvement .r.onM.
19-9t J 'L, OVKRSTREETSubscribed Company a Addltlon I buttons. A band of Persian lamb borders
Atorn.y PI..lntlt. offlit ( and -
'tt >.is>ty.1m and sworn to before me. to the Town of KI..lmm.... City I.-r.ln..r..r ...In.d. r"r.b.
)i f Cmmmrrrr. this Mil r July 1916 vhlch application will be baaed (to CIIII lIlt es at said election the jacket and edges the long
Ruth V. Curtis. Complainant. OHUKK FOR PUBLICATION. r. the Much .. for the number of mills of district tax sleeves
f (Notary rI Seal) ; petition for sale now on which it is interesting note
v*. M JOHNSTON In said Court to he 1"1.0 and rol..l..d annually for t

,ra- 't dustave O. Curtis Defendant. I. Clre.IJ <'..rt. Hlale .. Florida "eveatk Notary Public Dated July 16. A. I). 1916 two ( 3.-ars ." and the votes are of the leg-o'-mutton type, gathered -

It appearing by affidavit appended to jBdlelal ('I rev It. Oaoeola I J. fcMORY RUSH cast In sail ..I..toal said ..I..cton. full into th normal armholes.

the bill filed In the above-stated cause Winifred V. Reep. Complainant 'ou.t1. Estimate of Revenues from 30.1 Guardian w'r. as r"l.w,: JKOOOO

that Gustave O Curtis. the defendant VB Taxes u_ _ h. ___ _uu 4.33800 \\ N. larn.r received. 63 votesJ +
j 'c' therein named I* a non-resident of the Edwin L. Reep Defendant Assessment 4..000.00 at % mills 1.. larfrav. received 4> vol. 6
i 1 tate of Florida and I* a resident of !. Ckaaieerr. 1.7 I.KI.Al NOTICE! O A. RI.Ach r.c.l.d 37 vot..

Unknown and Is over. the age of twen It appearing by affidavit filed In the Total Estimated Revenue ___ 8.348 93 Riley Oodwln. 16 votes SHORT FROCKS 4'

,_ \\ ty-one year; It I* therefore ordered above-stated cause that Edwin I.. 95% of above available for approprlatlons I. the Estate ef C. F. P.'..... 8r.. I.vnn ) 1 vote .4'
H..p. Gurdon ("lark received votes.M .
that ld non-resident. defendant be and I
** the defendant therein named I. a nonresident O OOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOO.O.We
J \ he I* hereby required to appear to thebill of the state of and BstlsMte .. Kffrmfrm Flue ..* Fer- Notice Is hereby given that aa the Goodrich r.celv..d received I vote .

of complaint' flIed In said cause on I. a resident of Slngu. Florida (..K..d ...Ido. of the above named decedent C. R.. W O Wldrlg Ferris 3 votes hear 8 much of the desiretj

I. or before Monday, the tnd day of August India over the age of twentyoneyears I Bh..rlr and Deputies Cost F. Ir..v.t. Sr. who died Intestate I Fd received I vote.votes smartness be attained by a short

A. D., IMS. otherwise the allegation ; It I I. therefore ordered that said Dil. Criminal Cases -__ 110000I will my petition to the Honorable ForT.Whaley. skirt that t

1 of saId bill will b* taken a* confessed n."r..ld.nt defendant be and Is hereby f _._ T. M County Judge of
I by said required to appear the bill of ; k-nh. Circuit Court Jsceola County..hYPltohr d at his office (21 vote mil. twenty-one are to be. say five inches above

It I* further : -nh.t: this order complaint filed In said cause on or before Cost Bills In Criminal Cases 200.00 In the Court Klsslmmee. Florida and three-fourths the ankle but the will
4 Clerk of the on Monday. the 14th of Thr. ((3 3-t average woman
b* published one week for eight concutlT Monday the 9th day of September. Criminal duty August. < 1) vote
. wk lav the KIlmnte-'Vat- A D. 191K. otherwise I the allegation Court of Record. Coat Bill. In A. D 1916 for the appointment of Cornmissioners Four one mills received three ignore this though pretty girls with

ley Otte *v newspaper published In of said bill will b* taken a* confessed Criminal Cases __u____ ____ 30000 to assign my Dowr Interest vot.. (4) (3) pretty feet may turn a favoring eye
l' by said County Judge, Cost Bills In in the said etato according to law. Atwhich
aid county and ata.1 d..t.nd.nt I neath them
Five ((6)) received eight (8) make them
'V This Jun. Itb, A. LI. 1915. It I I. .' that this order Criminal Case ---__------- 40.00 Urn and place all parties In may decorous.

I (..aU .1.. L. O'IERSTREET. b* published one rkvr..y.I ( .u.tlc. of the Peace. Cost Interest may attend If they deem votes Seven mills (7) received two (2) Some of th- leading Pann hausei

I I .- Clerk Circuit Court. consecutive weeks I" Oalett Bil. Criminal Case ____ 16.00 Koper.4t are favoring long waists and bolero

BF JAMES M. JOHNSTON. *, a publ..4 In said 7 ________ ____________ ____ SARAH A. PRBVATT Votes
Jj For
n.w..p. speeialnslonISai jackets of quite toher
5 ids the
Deputy Clerk.o'i.nza. :. county County Prosecuting Attorney per in
For Tax School District thlr- <
. Thl. June j.t A. D w 1911. Conviction Fee ___ 600.00 Special(29) votes. history of dress. Many of these short
I ft OVJDn8TREJDT.( __ NOTICE FOR RIDS tv-nln. "IAln.1 a Special
8OUOIt... Complainant 15- dresses
tOfJ' ( a) votes collarless
Clerk Circuit 10 Witness*. "FeeV rr.rj IIZI 1.40000 Ol.trl..t accompany bodicescut

'. or AD"'ft'RA.'I'O" ROBINSN Cur 1 Court In Insolvency Notice I* hereby given that the council Yynn Daughter J F Baxter C E high at the back and much lower
ronr F. H
F- F., 11.s1Dl.elma..) C mp'ala.nt 17StNOTICH I e.e. _________ 50.00 will meet on Aug $rd. at 7 :30 p. m. clerk I""te'ngr. Inspectors : Kenney in the front. Chartreuse, dark rose

V ( __ II __ __________ to: receive bid for wood contract for and
board that said blue
Circuit"CcTu rt" Electric Th" finding electionwas navy are employed for morn
II Light and Water Plants Said
.. ..... .f Stenographer 1(000
.. .
. e.atT' conducted according to '.w and
I erf TO II contract ing .
Sheriff's Commission running
j :: ., ... 0...... O..atl. CIDr. on one yearParties I that W N. Oarner. J. I. Margrave and gownaSome
,V Fine etc.. ______ 160.OO d state price percord of the short V
:-w. r- -=:: o ; .. c. ., 9k. c**.tr J**** at*. 14 Feeding Col.cte ---.. TOO.00 figured ltnffu. a A. .Bleach of vote had r".I..c the the highestnumber evening gw. ,
I V V Jtloe .2r' r'e.- : -ty. V 16 Transportation Paid- for, A ufadsnt b* required for d.are same are more fully flounced over ...
\ .. 2I.... In re> Estate and Paid faithful elected a* trustee. district for '
l V1t ,. OOflO.FIt. .F'"i!. twelfth day T. all leratees.'dlstrlbaand to Discharge Convict Money Workedon The contract the next two ...*.rL Th* board also pettco.t; tiny boquets pf ro es scat- ;t'k1 -.
$ .,.it ombe", ': I shall appl, t_. ellt..* having clalai. Cr Count.______ _____ ____ 160.00 Jet euncl re". J t"dln". that mill the maximum.. tax levy over skirts have a delight"y;.
V V to ta. Honorable T. M. .rp..y. ; Judge against **>ld' estate- If Pay of Juror In Criminal .nl,th day.of July A. D. 19 : r if said Oo.rt iJudg. .f ...bat.. fo. (mc. each of you. are hereby Case*. County and Justice 0-It J. R. 01JLBERT. City Clerk. of the vote cast/declared/ three
l.cbatr. me .A..Ia1.tratortb.* tified and required to 4 Peace (1) mills to e the maximum levy. forach
c 8F present Court _. .___ ,v.SO.OO Nervous
iaUfM . .WaJtelTbaaa. .r.. deeea.ed3; claim. and demands which. you.:IT Salary of Jade- of Juvenile of the Ytvxt two vear prostration is one of the

V ib..t at eks UsO ".J wIll pr.. .ltl er. of you-may have against Court ___?-. __ .._-_.. 16'.OO NOTICB OV,.ADsflNISTRATOR The board further finding that a ma- more rommon ailment of men In' the ,
saId 'Court. nit' uecdustl stMe of John W. ThompBon. deoa.4. Rerv4 for of vote ha been cat for a German " .U..I Ire present "ar. call It 44ner- ,
V r ltrtr o? aJ 4 esitate.fuid it. .f O.oe.Iaeo.nty.-F1orlde. t. the '- Cevrt .D. 10I7\ Tax District declared ,
p ef '.
) ? .Ir . executor of said.tat. Total .i..____-_t__ 1i._____ .1411: I 0..'tt. territory described In the no- venihmun" and English' "fn k."

: ... Vacp tDder"pe4 _t t ? date .. B ., ..w. ", ta re estate, n- Ocol the* said ele tin as published, In .of, national chnracteit ,
tJ . J.'A.1J".wo ... Pe. 1Cis.iffim4eVa1ley Oaaett for fourcoesseutive I
ooty. dUjUyed
I-u-UhQ. JOAM' .i, j i V 'w.sks eertlfleate : by a comparison of
V. .., '._ II "tat.r. 1..1 From _____.___. ._._. le V all a> *f mn4A t /
V l9lc .OI publication\ belnr, on. fIle )nth. O' C..I \'r. .,

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