Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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 Material Information
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 23, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00708
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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; which 'has succeeded the Kisslmme v ToStilotiis'.WILL OWNS : ', Issue '
''t Agreed Uuin Business School, which has'ben, so SuccessORGANIZATION . 'DAIRYFARM. i ly..! and ,Bond Total; yBe"Thus
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,w 3 BJES AND. ..GRAPEFRUITIPPED The new concern at the name implies DROPS MEMBER; BE 'SOLD IN OPEN 'MAR. A' SECOND :;'';WITH :. :, t"

""- BY; LOCAL ,ASSOCIATION will broaden its field and will Beater to SHIP IN FLORIDA GROWERS ; KET NATIONAL: LIVESTOCK C. F. FAY AND FORMER;TEN :

THROUGH EXCHANGE TO the young people who desire a business AND SHIPPERS LEAGUE;; BUT COMMISSION COMPANY AND .. NESSES :iMANt BECOMES; pos.. SENTIMENT :SEEMS

BE ;THUS ;DESIGNATED-WAT- central education portion throughout of the state.the great URGES INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSTO IS 'FIRST SHIPMENT"OF YEAR .SESSOR OF,CARSON HOME LOCATED :

IRS; ". CARSON PACKING The management and control of the JOIN WHENEVER: THEY: SEE FROM THIS SECTION. OF FLOR. ON 'CHURCH STREET. TO <,BLFAVORABLEChange :;

[CHOUSE; LEASED school has been taken over Mr. FIT Tp DO so IDA. KISSIMMEE. i' "
Anted, and W. H. Dawes, until recently "
bookkeeper of the. Yellow Pine RMe Minute -
1)4/Citrus( ''f'euit shipped by the Kise. Lumber company, has-been added to The Osceola County Fruit and Nineteen carloads Osceola county When it comes to trading' real' estate at Last ed; ..,

Citrus,,Grower Association the facultja. Mr. Ansted will be president Truck Growers Association held Its cattle were shipped on Thursday to Kisslmmee nowhas two men Causes :Duplicate..Publica-,,
w , h the FloridaCitrus Exchange of the'new in control of regular semi-monthly meetinglast the National Live Stock Commission who are real.Yankee traders. These r
4"x r the coming season will bear the the school and Mr.company Dawes will be vice- Saturday morning in the council company, of St. Louis, for sale in the two men are Drv W.' W. Carson andC. lion In This Issue of,.Valleys "
++ 'iyof Osceolo.- This was ,chamber. The associations newly open{market there. This is- the. first F. Fay, who recently came here
1 r'n> at' a meeting of the dij president.The course of study of the school elected president, S. T. Fansler, presided time that cattle have been shipped!\by from Tennessee. They have both .Gazette-Short Cut, Bridge
last Saturday when the will be greatly enlarged and the faculty this method from Kissimmee. This been involved in trades twice within r On St.:Cloud' Road Is t4ow' -s' '
eA brand submitted by J. will be increased. Besides this The main topics of the meeting plan ,ls' being tried by the stockmenas : the last thirty days and the same [ T"J *. t ';T1
., t ret ry.of the orgamea- there will also be additional equipment were the assoclat'on's withdrawal as an experiment in contrast to the piece of property: has each time figured I Included: ., .
plan of selling eutright to pack- ed in the deal. That ,
roved., which will make the school an organization from the 'Florida past piece of property '-
,v, + will bear a reproduction well-fitted for the teaching- business as Growers and Shippers League, and ing mouse concerns. is the dairy farm just east of the ,. /\*.
of. a Florid steer and science as any in the state. For the further progress in co-operation and The shipment was arranged for by city on the St. Cloud road. Taxpayers of .the city''of Klsilmmee.,
.. l the school will continue to be unity among the association's members M. GV Gardner, representing the Na- By the latest deal just closed Dr. will vote on August 7th upon a po
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+ rate dndsdnto be indicative of located in the Gray.tone Casino build- in growing marketable crops. The tional Live Stock Commission company Carson again becomes the owner of sition to*Issue 970,000'in bond.- fort f t t ,

the industry in this county. They ing on the ground floor, where Its Growers and Shippers League was .i who was first attracted to Kis this farm. About thirty days ago Dr. public Improvements... This .fact le'
will be lifted on the boxes and windows to the breeses unanimously indorsed, the association simmee at the time of the cattle sale, Carson traded the dairy farm prop now definitely decided: all the preliminary
( [ many open up unanimously recommended that its held here 8th last. Mr. Gard- details having. been br'
a tern of all fruit shipped through from beautiful Lake on May erty to Mr. Fay for 1200 acres of landin arranged
hang* by the local association, Prof. Ansted, B. B.Tohopekaliga.S. who members join the league wheneverand ner was impressed with the opportunities Coffee county Southern Tennessee.Now the city council and .the legal earn t
rent grades of fruit being des- was wherever they are or become ableto here for his company and returned Mr. Fay boa 'traded the farm for the election being published in this.
i>/ other marks. formerly head of in the department ofbu.ine.s use the facilities, but the several weeks ago to put his plan back to Mr. Carson for his residence issue ,of the Valley Gasette., : .
. Js meeting J.,8. Stratton, who science the University of association withdrew as an organixa- before the cattlemen. He spent a Church street in this The city"council at a meeting heid'kon
.resident,of'.the association, was Georgia, North Georgia AgriculturalCollege tion from the league. week or ten days here.with the result and property other on considerations.Both city___ Tuesday) nleht'prepared a resota.,. , ,
a a member of the board oft has had twenty-five years ex- Action: on F. G.'&; S. League that the shipment was arranged. these deals were made through tion 'setting forth the Various item,,
perience as a teacher and along prac- of improvement'proposed and so arranged -' r.
of the Sub-Exchange. Those who furnished the cattle for ,
Vice President M. H.- Siever
tical lines. He will be in charge of D. Alexander G. the local real estate the election call that the votw'
or eight i new members have the shipment and the number of cat
the withdrawal dealer
reposed from the who declares that the trade in
the shorthand and business routine
,Chi' association since the lasting tle for each follows era will be givenan. opportunity tGt'vote
were as :
Growers and Florida and ) that
Shippers League. He especially ' '
departments of the school. property separately item of Improvement. .,
each
according and- to the them report of some-the w o1 Dawes, who is an honor grad i did not question the advantages. nor MaUoy-Leslcy, !: Cattle company'andLesley in the vicinity, of Kissimmee is, real TIle upon i total amount '' of''
tary among are & Bass five carloads.
the integrity, nor the efficiency of the bnk at ,
uate' of Sheffield University, Eng presentOHIO bond to .be determined''bythe total>
the largest of the : ,
growers county league, but he had been unable to Southport Ccttle company five car- .... t
willi land and who has also had of' amount of the !
"indicates/ that the association years loads. e.tlpetesof'th.warir
a majority of the fruit shipped experience in practical business, will learn of any member of the. Osceola J.-R:Donegan, 'five carloads. oi ous.items which Teciv V two-third.: '
County association who had .benefitedany HAN TO (
., raessapwifisonmade dhls county w .with. and have mathematics charp'of the'departments business science of the by his membership In the league, loads.Carson Cattle company, three car. : ,P ANT rote Under of the the qualified law only electors.reetatend"'r-j. } i

I ,th -.Wafers- *-Carson.company,forth school. I in or the who near had future.prospect This of so benefiting not the Steve Acree, one carload. CITRUS'FRUIT GROVE i holders,'can vote in this election and""

l lea** of Its packing house for one With these two gentlemen in chargethe i fault of the league, of was said The big shipment of cattle went forward ., ,fin order to be qualified property own- ; -
year.>Tb. association will place con..iden'bb Central Business College of FlorIda -I' Mr. Al.xandei but was course due to the by a special train on Thursday 1. >'-. > .>..< ; ''J'JMr. i I ers must have paid the city: taxes..laatidue a
new machinery- the packing should be a success and the Valley and banners the upon their property before the
; I' fact that the Fruit and Truck Growers morning big on can : ;
and Mrs. A.'O. '
bouse with the understanding that Gazette will be glad to see the-school association announced that the cattle were'from Stephenson'andbaby data of.election. ,
it remains th* property of the organi- prosper/and crow; f ' member a (exceptingsome Kissimmee, Florida and were'beingshipped arrived this week from Amanda I A* first arranged the estimates for. ;
fruit )
had not been in
growers Ohio .and are living .at-the Osceolahotel the various items In the-election call
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ktion and may be removed if desired to the National Live'Stock ,
:i-tb end of the year if the ascocia- position to use the league's-facilities would: Commission of .St. Louis. They have come; to make'Florl totaled 60000. The legal notice' for J.
that for company
n should, see fit to erect packing FIREMEN: :,PLAN RIDE be *o more some than time ever to come, as_this the fruitgrowers The cattle went from here direct to Ida their1 home and are very much this amount of bond was accordinglyprepared v ate '
with Kissimmee.Mr. and furnished the Valler Gacetto
pleased -
j*>f its own or leas'another one. have Montgomery, where they were unloaded : > -
,4p f'ri) 7Bestioniefih* purchase of; naJttak of now their,0wnthe joined Florida an- organization and fed and then taken onto St. . Stephenson bought forty acre" for publication. After'tbia'D: --; ;/
Citrus '
UPON LAKE STEAMERThe ,, tic had been printed of" ..,
'@ ntf brought up at this Exchange. : Louis to be.placed on sale there. near Lake Russell from John M Lei on.onepqge< .
.because of,the fact'that, ..11shave ,, Morn .' newly;Elected to the iJ.'R. DoneganW..M. Davis,' of Or- several months ago and expects to im the paperwblcb, : went to press mnf, cg, ,
not yet beenreceived.. ; ,Iboard'of I -contro.ndor\ ed Mr. Alex- lando, representing the Southport Cat* prove theproperty at,' onc:.., He is day, ,the 'city peon held. a, SMeJsJ V&T, : ,
';fh* director will 1 meet again 'tea '- unteer'Firemen of 'Kissinvmee ',ander's withdrawal proposition: and tie company E. I* Lesley and son, tanning'to plant ten acres'in citrus session upon of a large *iM.ip#..,4 .4
and all members are have ..made their'plan for!a : her of, citizens* and .incloded.! Ml'thof ",
t:,, morning further held that it was not just for Leroy, and M. 1...MoOoy left Thursday fruit and will build a bungalow on the ;
moonlight; excursion the lake',,on'Mondaynlght call the question of building tile new '
x*,lled to attend; if they so desire on the association to compel all its afternoon for St. Louis to superintend propertyLater'he also expect, to "t'
;, heetingu are'.held in the Miller.building July 26th; They have to,pay annual dues into members the shipment and to watch the sale of have home in Kiasimme short cot road bridge across the head, d
an organization '
arranged.for the steamer Lillle and of Lake TohopekaJiga from Cap
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on Stewart Avenue, the eatUe-there,
the Kisslmmee Concert Band will from which none had de \ Mr. Stephenson bought the proper: Breeze to Barbeaa' UUnd to shorten.
d'loor next the at.tiemen .
r' e ,door to .If this proves successful ** the .. +
store. '- make the trip to furnish 'the music. rived any perceptible benefit and from hope it will it Is that ty through J;'D. Mood.of Amanda, (Continued onPag*;Four.) '. s.r
1,1 which but few, at best in the likely;
Ohfo
Refreshments will be served on board near tutor shipments will be made by the -who.baa.. been spotting his 'wIn- "
and a general good time is in prospect I'r (Continued on Page Four.) same plan.TAKING. ' ten here -for son time, and has not
0'. BAD MIEN for those who make the trip. i f uu yet seen the land." 'Itwas picked out EVERY VOTER TO ;
The boy will sell ticket at 25 cents for him by Mr. Moody,' who has been '
each and should" be well' patronized."FAMOUS"BRAD NTOWNTEAM' OF COUNTY a life-long friend. '
a :; ARRESTED -NEAR CITY ,They are giving their time for the protection Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson are pleasant ; :6ETCOPYOFLAWS'' >

: of the city and whenever they interacting persons and should .' --' .
manage such events as this they oughtto TO PLAYHERETWO CENSUS IS STARTEDCOUNTING prove a valuable addition to the citizenship r
! 'tSBERIFF J' GRAM riNDS W'S.a" : be given encouragement:; The proceeds of Kisslmmee and Osceola VALLEY:GAZETTE WILL SUPPL'T'
of the trip will be used in m..t- :'
( _.. .AND WILL MELON county.' ,ALL READERS'AND REGISTER.\
lug the of the members.
.... .t' expenses GAMES WITH
' ,. ; LOCALS WHO OF NOSES IN OSCE '
NG ;;CAMP' ON LONG ED" VOTERS iWITHCERTIFIED'.COPIES ;

........;; ,", CHARGES INCLUDING GROWS WILL BE GREATLY STRENGTH OLA UNDER RECENTLY PASS MRS. J J. YDE'DIES 'OF LAWS ;;RECENTLY' }

', D TIGER:AND ROBBERY. FINE GRAPES ENED. ARE SCHEDULED FOR ED STATE LAW BEGUN"BY PASSED.-: "...-, '..i'.'.'.'... '-"" -
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NEXT THURSDAY AND FRIDAY CLAUDE F. JOHNSON-WILL .T.
r :TV'.: .; ; ILLNESSMrs.
; AFTER LONG
AFTERNOONS. GET 'EM ALL HE SATS.
';Sheriff X. H. ,Ingram arrested two RIGHT IN KISSIMMEE'C. ,, The law'created for th'circulation '

lleged bad. m.n'. on' Monday when of the recently enacted law provides '
... sr-.made. a trip to Fowler's. Point, > > Some real ball promised for Look out for him, he's coming. Julius Hyde, about fifty years that these laws shall,be certified bJ'r
.'Where a fishing camp la located. E. Yowell, superintendent of pub- the fans next Thursday and Friday af- Who of: agea native .....oridlan. and for the secretary: of' state:>within' sixty .
*C:,>The'' two men arrested gave their lic instruction Osceola county, 'ternoons when the famous Bradentown The nose counter. twenty-five years a resident of Kissimmee days from the adjournment of,the legUlature. -,' 1'
I' ..names:; as W. S, Chastine and Will He- brought to the office of the Valley Gazette team ,will be here to meet'the. local. Claude F. Johnson, who was named died Sunday afternoon at the The Valley 'Gazette .ba'made ': ....
;lion,:and; the.JI.t of; charges ,againstthent this week ,two' bunches of. fine In two games. .> : official census taker for Osceola county Lake House, whore she had lived for arrangements as I* its cwtomrto i .
reads like a catalogue of crimes.. white Niagara -grapes grown at lhia i": The local team 5rnder4 fthe manageIment under the provisions of the new many years supply every reader with a copy olj ''
.y'w. arrested-first on',& charge home right here-In.Ki immee.The .. I of Fred 'Bass and Edgar Katz, law passed by the last session of the Mrs. Hyde hod been( ill for many these laws-and will also gratuitously -
' Charges of robbery and assault were of fruit-and he' stated that;'the oral players the addition of ...vI the l.ai.l.ture.r.bepn morning. unexpected, she leaves many friends is not a subscriber .with'a_ 'complete. ;,
placed opposite their names. .v: vine from which they were taken contained < now ,and two interestinggames Mr." Johnson census returned: Sunday from who regret to know that. she has passed cow- 'F' ti., .
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t .:,.'thelatter charge. were added,when some forty bunches. in all, are expected.' The'n.w.man- Gainesville where he ha. been assisting on. Although these'acts" now alL In, I
I Tanner accused the men of having everyone of, "them just as fine.,as'the agers of the club }have gone,to considerable in editing the Sun for Funeral service were held at the type ready to be issued attorney e x-r,,
Daily uv.eralweeks :
...aulted and robbed him. of. his samples. j in' Improving the Lake .
expense In for'John Trice House Monday th*' Roj. !-.J. press, th* opinion .that theyshould
cb/''moneyrifle, wearing apparela'part The vine from .which ,they were park and the team and in bringing a who, filling vacation of few, Holt, of the Baptist church, otadittflgInterment not be distributed Wore the specified
nd ,of,the furnishing of his taken has had no special attention, ex- team such as Bradentown players'hereand was taking a a was mad in PleaaaiifHUI sixty da.L:-,The'legislature adjourned -;''
'room. 'Some, of: the ;;, elothmgA'5 cept that this. )'earit"wu eat back. those who enjoy the great national weeks alter his strenuous duties-at cemetery, where a large number of Saturday,"June 8, and the limit of '-" '
-watch-and, rifle were found among the It i* about five yean old and has been game should show-their, appreciation Tallahassee as one of the correspondents sorrowing friends and relative followed > sixty, days expires about Friday<
effects of the two'men arrested. bearing for the last three '' 'Mr. by their ,""*" for the FloridatTbn..UnIonrMonda v t
years. patronage.
the body to its last restingplace. August 6; so It maybe safely prom-:1: < ""
.r will have hearing at the next owel1 declares that the popular opin : planning morning early he was out "" Y
:They a The' boy are now to continue .. reMy: ? teed that these'laws will be sent out*
term... of.eoortt .', _. ':'.:*' ionthae'grapes cannot oe-.grown. 'in baseball through, the winter ready; to will start thorough.his work. 'whicbe Mr. :Johnson declares Mr.Hyd leaves two-aon and one about that tim..;- "', r: -
Florida,is'a fallacy.. And' ft svmewill
; months* attraction to the '
an .
many daughter by former marring.James -- "..ThoMf .supplements to the .Volley'
such fine fruit. he broughtto say he mean to find every living Inhabitant
grow visitor in:the state and other,.cities .
'and Marvin Goodman and Mr '
Cszetie-ehould- prove" of much vain ,
'Osceola'' count '. under
BASEBALL BOYS PLAN. IRis office without 'anyattention )
will likely join in the plan so that the Cella'Plttman; two sons,' Ernest and dozen and h
whatever, ,it" would ,certain'.producesuperlln.fruit fans+mayhay., all-year-round, base tile provisions' of the law every personliving to every they are wall ; q,
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,if given th.care-and > "- in the county on July 1st 'will Walter Ibcde, and two daughters Miss worth preaerrin&'Th.; VaDer Gaztt*.' 'j.,
ball. ._ r
J'GI IE : attention of an expert ; be counted whether they are babes In Ruth IIyB4 And Mrs.Mary Griffin;and tt feels that.every. reader will ap"r.1'; }".
: crape I ...
grower *
AIjipELThebaseball i < . arm Or aged men ..tottering1; ;' on. ' .
'Mr.. and Mrs. W:C;TlIden and family. BAND CONCERTS-TO: : : edge of the Jrn......" '-I,'" her, 10Ia.. : I ly large number will be printed to supply -- .' j ...;

,. team,' ..wnlch.'ii:now of Minn who have been ; ; I.. It I is expected that this census will I all demands. ,There are many: not J'
ft being,(managed. .by Edgar..'Katt and living HaNg.Kissimmee for several. show a healthy rate of increase sine, WILL GROW EGGPLANT at the',present time residents her + 'sIn

l FraiT Bass i* planning' to give a 11Im. weeks, are preparing to take-up their :--d BE'EACH WEDNESDAY the taking,of,the last national censusin the county, -who'oontemplate'' oftheir I
sirel show in the near future to'raise residence; on a farm reeentiypurcbaa.ed .. : 1910. \ ;'?- ' 'I becoming permanent' occupants it ,
k .. property here end to these, also ; + ,
itokeep.the dub togetheT.'and .from the ,jiunter'Iand'company ;- .. . ; r
DSTDAWBERRIES "
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A 7 : will the.laws be- moat:Intereatinc.
':S.D." ? :'Beginning-Monday of , *i
nue the;-.games hem./or f several, through Clark;; and located Just :>A.large-crowd .was:out; '''Wednesday th-.schedule: Orders for special extra copies of.the*
south of the'dt, .Mr..Tilden'was-in-,, train 86 o..th. Atlantic Coast, Line, .
night to hear the concert given in the Gazette to 'outside'of the.
f"Jh -'_';Iasi:.f, v'i slderableit I terested In this section of Florida which has been arriving here at 7:15 Valley go ,
.> '. 'by bandatancl by the Kissimmee ,ConcertBanlS. Edgar" KaU.and Gen* ;Bryan have. state at the rate of five cent: for each
Jane: tt'for'tbe'' I.ane!.ex-; Hafry A.'1JClnter.,and'wiT. : begin atOne .- Th streets ,WeN,'filled with p. m,,was ;changed. so.that this train formed '.,,a partnership with H. C. copy, may be placed at this time and "' :l
abi. w s ooQ *,tae, erection of-. house',on-'the automobiles sad ma.ny:w.r* seated In now arrives her at 6:28.This.: .train Avant fcrtbe coming season and.are the papers will; be.forwarded to,.thev ?
SBC< \= .'holiJ. : property:which, be .1'P1 otherwis.: t . now leaves Jacksonville: a' 130p.so., .
: the .tian1; te".andtWIt' poe .., -.; ,
jit. Broodwaf;. / plant and five acres. of;strawberries
...,I.qp.aftiie n.'late 1! : ,:and Mr* p. i ,Jilc!cis.( I_'Soen ra.lastie': h ' "
soil' ..se Gray3s .
., "" .- *,-W<*H;" Arnobdnaad*''w.'A.Ty .' that th* band ha decided to give reg. r .city-- ,, 'yJH. :' . ....... returned .yesterday i tjmttaKissimmee. If .
a;rf" ". eft.Sunda"Ia"th.Bandy: !: ulcer -concerts,In:tbe bandstand on Miss Fred Bass and daughter,Fred=: where they have beak for

.. and ... E..Wflaon. of ytDaytona; I. .. week's,staT at-.co K nado BroadwaT.AnrT r :, Wedaesday;- night di.. MM,left last Friday for'a.,visit ; d Harper,"'spent',)arts Saturday" the past three dayson a buslneM:.. nIpLakeland ,' t

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.q, ture',years and 'who 'Wilt.nJoy the benefits association:' which; they will .ship_thelr j I .?t/Ho :-r., "e.rrI ..Iftdea, ;FIRB' m" :' '
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,?; W.. B. HARRIS/AND B. 'U. TANa'AOREWrOW.ee.i *. satisfaction' ot'a: well-pared, prosperous: to,be a good'one.81d"{ 'Osceola .Cdunty .itIN8UBANCB to protect.his,f'jail

k i; ". ,i! >. B nAQgLEMUt.r, aaa.11.......: appearing city. Truck,G rowers Association{ would 'do "well. I T i* the. er .t:of. Ms death.$* '
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-. a.-rI..I. salvo The bond issue*or at'least a big proportion to give;the;idea serious: ,though. i I br taMr Insarea jout. hi an ACCIDENT and j J
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On Cop,, Six Month IOn -_-...-,.,.-____.r ;1 00 its; approved >y --j; : aide., ? eSe, ,
w, I, r ,. ()opy..Thra ,Month,,!..-...,.....____..... ,75"All of the city and there_ .are indications. ,that; ; It 'TJncle earn government helps those whet: safe W. write, all" 'line* :of'INSUR\*.' '

communications, except from our authorisedcorrespondent will. be.Bond., "i hglp'themselveThe.;; : Road',Bureau of: j 'i I ANCE that Insure and endures.-
,4 '. ''Rejected matter*. most will' be not sl-ned be returned by the "writer unless called--" 'Issues''' arc the modern method of the Department of Agriculture halt i alreadypromised'tt I ;.. t ' None but RELIABLETold line tor':

for. .- financing' city' improvements.. They ,have '" : i. pamles. 'in this) ageac.'
>' send'one of:its most capable ',' D. G. WAGNER .'
.p ,(Enter.4 In the P .totftoe. \n Kissimmee,. Florida been found in ,many cases to serve'' as .a experts to folk county, If' the $2OM)0, ( () J72 -.? ,Second floor'au.... Bank BUKlaaimmee '.
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1. means of reducing taxation rather than Increasing bond issue for' good roads:ia carried. . .. ," :.f'la. P,; t

FRIDAY 23 1015.: it and of giving the people improve . u _
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nt8 which they need without burdeningNlhem St. Johns county is planning county; .....
a FOR CITY with the payment of the cost fund is
VOTE BONDS fair for next year. A now bclutr

. -: :- thereof within a short period of time. raised and the St. Augustine Record de I ; ':

r, \' On Saturday, August 7th, the registered Kissimmee needs sonic awakening. She dares that the fair is already a"Iul'ld! : HIDES I WANTED: : :

voters of Kissimmee who are freeholders needs some new money in circulation. She Osceola county would do well to consider 1.1.. '" ." . ,,
\ needs air of ahead She needs .. :
t and who have paid their taxes last dm an going proposition of this kind. I j' '
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The bond issue offers want you to one our'regulat'shlppcrp: 1 We! ,
public improvements. ,,
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'; .;- I to cast their ballots for or against the means of securing everyone of these It has", been suggested by some of the will p'ay you every penny your hides are wc orthWtknow;>> ;: ;
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{ "\ a bond issue for public improvements and needs and the true patriotic citizen will go spectators who have watched the clay that the only way we can successfully run our,'.business i

:i (I I to retire certain outstanding i iI indebtedness to the polls]) on August 7th and vote to keep pigeon contests of the Kissimeme Gun is to treat our customers fair and square :,Try''js +.
I'' his home in the and" :
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of the city. This privilege and opportunity progress Club that the crack shots of the club shoot

i-t", (I ,' ( has been given them in -I the action of tin prosperity.. . clay pigeons, while the amateurs use Ford Sabel Bros. Inc., Jacksonvile Jr ;.ljf, j,hm?

city council in preparing resoluttbirto cars as targets. Reference: Barnett National Bank Jacksonville flor lria t
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\\i 100OO( FOR IMPROVED 8Th SETS. .,,:
i* r f.J that effect and passing it unanimously, $ .' ". ,
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I."' l upon which Mayor II. R. May has issued l : :- .- ,. r ..: .ai'f)- '

ys: a proclamation calling the ltion. Indicative of the progressiveness! of "".'. ."' ...." ..o.. Vy'for of theThe
I' '' The date for the e'Ctlon'has] been placed Florida communities and their deep interest SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEEKissimmce jt: t ; '- -

:ti!t It at as early] a time as possible. in keeping in securing modern paving is the announcement .! Manhattan Und. .. 'our2r. '
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, with the required ]legal publicity of the 1 that Sarasota willl.t bids for : '
wasagement.CoinfofiWet
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about of street imjJl'o'e.m'uts. rapidly
$100,000worth
: proposition in order that, if the bonds
1:. the most important cattle markets in the Florida able roomr,',home ?
the city the benefits with-
carry, may reap
When it is considered that Sarasota has South. With the settling up of the west like terrice. Special attention given niala. a r.....< Rates
out too great a delay. While at first SAVAGED
cattlemen turning to Florida and Os $2.00 per day. MRS. R. B. Proprietre. '
; t thought the shortness of time allowed to a population] of only about 2000/), the expenditure are
1 consider the proposition might appear to of such an amount for street ceola county is one of the first to see the

'lG '1' be a hindiame to the success of the moment \'("- paying) becomes more noteworthy. profit Volusia in is cattle also a raising great cattle on a raising huge scale.county ....... .... . .. ....... .. ...... ......... -+
work will consist of (
This new 14,010
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the city council 1 that the city needs theproceeds yards of brick and asphalt paving on Palm but there Is a range in this county for BELL CAFE Corner Franklin: a': Zack ;

Ciubs and grading have already many thousands more head of stock and f i
avenue' TAMPA.n..ORlDA
of the bond] issue, if carried, right I ,,, ;
i beef cattle and the constantly advancing '- -
been constituted this The balance !, '
now and to delay] the electionvould] defeat on street New aad modern. The cteanett and best reslsursot.la) the city. Coe li vk.
r' the purpose of the issue1. of the work will be on Main street, price of meat points to !stock ruining as Best cuisine. Prices ......IIabIe. Right in the center. of shoppinc >'.* .. Y[
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I Mango incline Pineapple] avenueIt ii one of the most profitable of businesses. Take Union Station CM- and cd off .. ranklin Street. "..- , ,ih .;'"1"b" ":
The council has included in the ,
wisely Journal.An to 0 ..OOO..U.OOOO.OO ...0000..00 .00. 0 ..f"- --nl 1'i Lnw. 7th. .
ri call for the election] the vaiions item for street and Orange avenue. This will consist Daytona-Halifax '.
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; [ which the l ond issue pray'(1s are to IM ('X' of widening the present' macadam] - "\"
i )} ended and only those improvements streets from lei feet to ;'JO) feet. adding the alligator's (nest and an 1 1-foot ator Earopera Plan 111 It, d

r l he made which the voters approve| i with n foundation] consisting! of lock, and resarfae found in t the weds in Kissimmee. "IV tiO'd? Just Like Home '. nl /nr "..

S,8' t\\o'tlnidH inn joi'ity, w'hile the tot ill] amount' ingtlie( \\ hole with I 1 11 :_, i IIdll's< of ns" ]>liulr. a thot it possible1" ? And Kissimmc'c" one of Clean a..d CiMnf erleble. Rich! le Lartlry. Mine"or

i of bonds. will be determined likewise) ".\' (the Fie miles of 24.ill..11. <'oiiibination curb and model] towns of the state when it comes ..hepp4M ler menecemeiiU. eectioit.: Aein MATES Mnaer SOc e4 seed..TLA.ArlingtonHote" i

Pf ballot of the fieeholdci] Nof.mri' i )plop guttei will IK- ninieil<| for these( _streets. to cxteimil appcaiaiu Theveiy idea of 1219 rRANKUN ST, TAMPA I IOOOOOOOO.O..O..OOOOOOO.DOOO.'OO.OOO'O..tooo

r osition than this ('onld( )lie oiuci\ril for it I In ..lanu.iiv last] Saii HOI a resurfaced! ] 1-4-, weeds' in a city ]like KisNinnnce-that is ,. ,

is truly dl'lIlIl'l'lIliI' and leases to the t.i\ t 000) ) sqiiau-" .nll.tls.of "streets in the business" anything but vi dows'] weeds. But I alas'! .j.ju t,

payers themselves] say just what bonds lIisll'i1( | with twoUCel' -inch asphalt" coiureti( If the alley Gazette( is to be relied upon, ,
in.xad.iiii base and this has and hI.Jiit is the nest and 'gator ,-
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t< shall be Issued and for nthat I the money null ,
is be expended complete sat isfue tlon. were found there not long since.-Zolfo St. Joseph's Academy ; :

h* If all the items carry the. city will have )rings 't'ruth.l'av'ing .'

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"'"+' lxUHcd in taking up present indebtedness booklets that we have seen recenllx. is thai I blocks made\ from Florida cy- ESTABLISHED 1866

ii" now due. This item is an important Due of the I,. It. Skinner Manufac tin\ 'ing ( '<>mjMiny )l'ss s.i\vdnst and h\droline, as asphaltic nigh-clam boarding ,school In charge of Slater of St. Joacph Pat

and everyoter who votes for any of tin Dunc'dln, Fla., which was designed omposition, under a )pressure of from fifty ronlzed fcy children of beat Catholic and non-Catholic famllle of tin1 ? e
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and other States Building BplendidlJT with all modern coo
ff.JV' items on the list should vote for I this one ) by the Thomas Advertising Service i of to one hundred tons, may revolutionize the veniencea. Delightful and healthy location eqolpDed. quaint; and artistic Ancient .......
t '"" The retirement of this indebtedness is all Jacksonville, and printed b.v the )Record pail lug industry of the United States within City. Course. thorough branches Tequla*** for'- a > '

important-it affects the very credit of Company, of fct. Augustine. Doth of I these" the next few years is the plans of a ("0' solid and refined education. Music, panting, languages, commercial. ? .' \ '.
course. Terms moderate. For full particulars write ::, ;', ;:
ti ', the city in the first place and in the seeoud] concerns", and the Winner company, which lene of Kissinimc-c;: business men reach a SISTER SUPERIOR. J:1:#:q- cr'l' I

1 it is likely that with the retirement of this manufactures packing house machinery* successful\ consummation. After years ofexpeiimeiitB .. .. .

,,, debt it may be possible to lower the tax- "should, be proud of this Florida made product ] -in the perfection of the new "p', ,.'

ation millage for the coming assessment. for a Florida concern. It proves brick, plans me on foot for the formation : ';

'' ":; ,. This fact is apparent, when it is known again that a man docs not have to go out of a company to manufacture the productand WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? ': '

I ,: "* that the bonds will carry .interest at only side of Florida! to get the bent there is in place it on a. commercial bais.-Fort r4 : '

. :t:six: per''cent'wbereas: the present indebtedJ printing. Pierce Tribune. THE; STATE.UNIVERSITY,FWOMEN 9TAT8y"e F ,
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l.., *,.ness is at-a higher rate interest. B **>lMBBMlHBlVH. f -: :- GAINESVILLE.. A.. :TALL&BASSEE, F ,,,:.

,,t { i-. The: Valley- Gazette would: "like to see" The Live Oak Democrat reprints an article It('seems to Ce an assured tact that there Rlghe.t.tandud. .ranklnc. t..wlth the. al}nosed .the. 'sine 111. tho.e' 0 t''a

i e every one of the items named in the ele.v. from the (Valley Gazette regardingthe will be a good road from Tallahassee to North larlfe.t and and East.beat' IIalv.reltle.' ., of. the countr b..t eon.,.. anel .ulIIYarattie.- "1 RM:' M,.
'' ; 1 tion call carried by the required majority. finding of an. alligator nest here and Live Modern bulldlnta'and.equlpm.a't' : W
Kissimmee, passing through Perry. ..17 ctudente last ....Ion. Total .n- modern eonvanlenoe : ,
.. It is possible that all of them will cau.\ then asks thl"lu'stion-"as it in a tree?" Oak motorists can connect with it at Madison. ro ment IU. Including Bummer School na term tudent Wlal.orouma.t r.culaa' t.rmt'l13mar laat ..

#,;a but at any rate enough of them shouldcarry We are forced to admit that it was not, Live Oak Democrat. semester Tuition for free lawiFor excepting $10.00 par ..Tuition.. free tn'-Coheg.\..." .c'-r ,:

( to start some public work in the city although we are pleased with the,inference : :- further Information address SchooL For catalorue and feforl4, ++ t

p i x 1 g and put into circulation a goodly sum of that everybody and everything in this com- Well, Kissimmee had her celebrationand A. A. MUHPHRKB. PRESIDENT. EDWARD CONDI.-: ,, _.

r j; new money. munity is up and( climbing so much so that of course it was a success. Kissimmee ,Ir
1; The amounts estimated after each it'-ui our brother editor inferred that the alligators '
4it \. never does things by hal\"es.-MacClenny STETSON UNIVERSITY DE LAND FLA.. (;);
r as given in the legal advertisement of tin hereabouts did also. Standard. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN. Tb. standard are ths' llghsst4
; t election on another page include "the fii'l' llBhed Equipment reputation for work. In science ... A strong faculty and a'well. .stab' ..t, d

W cost of the improvements as the city will Ht. Lucie county is planning to appro- COLJLKUB and Course) OF for LIBERAL School Teacher ARTS FOR. Domestlo WOMEN1.Science.Separate. ,bulldingr.- '-LiberalArts "-

If have to bear the full cost and then assess I pnale $.O,,11110 per jear for an agricultural COLLEGE OF LAW. Three professor who are Collar and L.aw.W'.Oraduat1f'!.
grtve their entire time to Instruction In this department. Magnificent alb, ;! .
.' the two-thirds against the property OWIU'I'H denioustrator-$1,200! 1 : ( in salary and $800 II STATE PRESS COMMENTThe rary, practice court room, class rooms and debating club rooms. ."ray '.;:!
COLLEQB OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ART 'V.Ch" 'r ,
\ The Valley Gazette is glad to state that for expenses which with the $GOO given by anlcal. Civil' Electrical and Chemical Kng-lnverlng and Manual 'raiaing.. Cour..aleading
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: to ree. Fin new building. costly equipment "' 1S
x y' the city council is already considering a the government would give the demonstrator TEACHERS' COLLEGE. Leads to a devre The entire equlpmint ot the. ,
Washington Agricultural Depart.lIlent College of Liberal Art and the Normal School I I. used for the benefit of. those-/
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the of and St. .
plan whereby property owners a salary $1,800 expenses. pur. -
!' will be given ten years to pay their part of Lucie has been a bit backward in getting says that flower of sulphur sifted in It. branches COLLEOEF Shorthand BUSINESS and Bookkeepins typewriting.; by Elective beet methods courses.open'Banklng4tl-ail: .1Ia.olh.; ;!: .... '
the from the knees down departments. Large faculty and commodious ':..'..r- ,*-r
underclothing
the improvements, elual installments> to IM started 011 this proposition, but seems", determined PREPARATORY ACADEMY. Graduates buildings enter Itarvard7'ai: '
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paid each This plan would bring now to do the thing right. will prevent attacks from chiggers and red Princeton, Cornell. Mlchl an. Chicago and all flret clas colleges.) ; ", ,
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MUSIC SCHOOL. A (10,000 pip. organ a large number of piano. large r.
k Into. the city two-thirds of the cost of the bugs. Suppose a fellow wears B V. D'.s? ally thorough course of study. -c',' ., ;;, .
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ART SCHOOL. New studio Costly easts, models, .to.'. ) it' ''j. improvements, excepting, of course, the We suggest that you look over your stockof -Live Oak Democrat. .. Regular and special courses. (rlren.Address '.or: ...t ."rt > ,,", .' ', ,
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S1\ street intersections, within ten years and business cards, cards, envelopes and -:- : -

1 :'" t, before the date of the payment of the first letter heads and see if you have enough to Collector Hayes Lewis announces that

.t w; ;;. bond. Under the resolution as passed by do your August billing. We can do rush the time for payment of the income tax: is Your home will 1 be'-better'snj ID( re, ?.

s'e. city council all the moneys received work, but prefer a little time to get your now up. This is the only time the poor sell comforlnble it will bring one, you sod .more t>ouk|money you ...1It'it.tlwr tov'' t

r- ; from property owners for their"part of the order up right. Therefore, if you are run man gets a laugh on his rich neighbor. grounds have plenty, of .ttect;sad liruUs.. ..

-t : improvements shall be placed into the fund ning short give us your order now for de- Palatka Times-Herald. ;.r;itt

'. to take care of the principal and interest livery on any date you may specify. r....-- .. '.- Plant Your Home' Grounds .. ,

) of the bond issue, thus affording at once .. .. The Palm Beach Post suggests that cats 1"I;, .

c .. a: continuous revenue for the retirement of Eustis will vote on October 5th on a are fully as good to eat as rabbits. Mebbe This SummerPrepak'eNod'This '' J:1

the bonds without any great increase indirect proposition to bond to the amount of EGO,- so.Bre'r, Thorn; mebbe so. But it's mighty ,: :

f : 1 t taxation upon the property owners 000( for sewers and paving. Twenty thousand unkin' of you to talk of eating cats when summer you should do some home ground planting.1 ;: '':

-f who! do not reside on the streets affected. dollars of the bonds will fall due in there's one in the race for governor. But Don't neglect the work until the laat'minute and don't post. I" 11
.,.!"'ri' preparations because there'may:
ft. a Arranged" as they are the bonds, If the ten years, $20,000 in twenty years and $20- perhaps they do intend to eat 'im up over pone Ev when it is dry planting plans caD some be made dry-wea.lhet"v; ground ffi."

,' :whole 60,000 issue carries, would be 000 in thirty years, if the issue carries at there on the East Coast.-Zolfo Springs staked, holes dug and other preparations made. ;\Yhenthe./, It.;

ty .*' v:. ., v spread. over a period of from ten to twenty- the election. Everywhere Florida' townsare Truth. rains come and the planting, can be'.done,,the treestaa :,)'".,'

.: ""'';:'jbne.,years in the future. In other words bonding for public improvements. Kiasimmce --::- shrubs will grow all the better because of your forethought*. ,

y ,--" ',the"city; ,;'as a whole would ,derive an imp will soon follow suit. The Florida representative of the New Take up with us now the matter.of ;your planting\ r,, .

\, 'ovement in, its'appearance and financial .. .. York Packer still insists that Florida will f\ .needs and'pla ps. Thereris"muc4 we can*'do+,to'';* ';; ,'"' '

.' .condition ''immediately which would not This European war will not be such a have a big citrus crop to harvest next winter .I assist 'ou.e Royal Palm.catalog and":Facb'r; "' '
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About Summer free ask-i'
Planting" loathe -c"
have to be paid for after all. Kitchener said it the life of 'we do. not see are .
; the'property owners long one would but, Jo'r us, : ing and Service is :
4i ; .,\ our !Department at your..; ,
,.:i :tUrectlyaffectedeicept'in: ; easy'paymentsjspread start on May 1st'and ,now the German. from what basis he arrives at such conclusions. .:>;command: ,*: Remember that we.have; :: :P-c': ... g '

;J '11\\ : 'r over-a"period 'believe citcus'rbeltaudthey esti ,.... .- 'Ihc' "' .> ........
.. ': f< J.l.c1opte4;! ; ;and,wq .will. be; - "t -- points,over, the ; ; ;' f'" ::
;- *>adothef: "_taxpayers would not have to pay I -. local Englishman.'suggests that, the mate.,;the?crop: ;" oranges'?,TO'per:,cent*andgrapefruisx40 -. i -.. ,. :-

: :' ',j r proportionate:: part except from'their Welsh inlners who: struck'.while their country per: :cent as"compared'with; .,--D. ...... A.I .

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r. _.... .....Wltl.Cormeu .f., .the. .Ott1efaKla- concurrently.. adopted Resolution.... N-"lt-rZAB... PBPPB88. k ,4 TATOES.Gard . __. _ c ,'c -.".

S "' :' tlUed.. A Reeoluflon ProvWar for the ... .'_ '." ... .. i.... I. ... .. . ,.' . "' "' Grain and 'J'"
I.A'i..oIutl pro d eg t.r'th.n. Issuanee by n* City of KISMnmee of [ Ivry Hay :
) .
).k Bond la oertaln amount for the ,
a purpose ;; tubers Ia
-no. by _'1.11. City --Klsslmrae. of of raising funds for the use of I pay .om.Um Called aprout'titejr are planted. .
Bonds In a oertaln amount. for the purpose aald City 'or. b.- ,llah pea, aN not injured by'' li field for" tha'UU crop T' _
'
,of raisins; fund.'forr the use of' Grading and Curbing eertmi. streets frosts should be ,I ... Corner and Daldn AT ; I
planted
y' 'ft .,ud city for the purposs ''of ,' so planted ta* Inet rows and Broadway *. \
14vlno la said City, and the retirement of certain .
'
Orsdlnsand Curbing; certain eutatandlar Indebtednesses e-f said a. the soil can be put in order in r teenn .... apart .fa two "f :

,"> ,aid City and the retirement certain City and for lh. submission i of the print The first plantings should 1 to three feat apart and eov- '

( .- outstanding Indebtedness aaldcity. question of such Issuance to an. election of imall-frowinr.' qaick-matarinr d to the depth of about four me..... Try Us .on Your Next Order: For.Feed X
and for the submission' of tt.question. ,
f ef the qualified electors of the aald ,
rie ... such Alaska First and planted during .hot weather
, of such Issuance tan ..election City, pursuant to Section 1011 Sc 1.9.1 U ?
of the* qualified electors of Bald of th* General Statute of th. hate of and Grmdus Trhich do not be covered six inches deep un-
o >lty.>t pursuant to Sections .11 a un Florida of 1101. >. rupportsv.. 1Ihe6."varietiea'should they have-bean' sprouted before .. _.- ., 4.
of ths Oeneral mantel of the 8tat.af THBRRFORB: BE IT RESOLVED: BY
.
followed the wrinkled ; tinrThe' furrow.. Usually
4 Florida of 104.Whereas. I TIna COUNCIL 0. THE CITY OF KISBIMMKB by large are
It Is '-Intention of the : -, peas, such,aa-Champion'of with a one>horae turnplow, or '
City Council under, th. provisional of Section 1.' 'That should (h. Issuance Telephone. Prlaa.Takeir. The Ia s and;tha potatoes>> dropped, ana
'Chapter 0001. LAWS of Florida. Acts 01 'I
1(11 to', require lh.prop.rey, ownersabutling. of total said sum Twelve Sixty-Thousand Bonds' aggregating USO.OOO.Otl growing rarietiei should be In a place in the bottom of the ;EXCURSION: : 1irl

> certain streetsor parts of Dollar..,bo authorised by .d on brush -on -, itrinr attached .*. .Aa it requires two of three : !

. and streets curb within the same.And. the .city- to.,-pave. &"'1'a.4. tC.t: : the City at the special .lea stakei driven in the ground,'' or for potatoes. to.come up it is ,

+ whores the City'*t11 ha..'to said pReelussolutti.n. by. this the.. Council Mayorunder wire netting-In: prdar to hare a ; that they.ba cultivated as h

pear the .ntlr. cost. of .UchJmrrov.- pledge, Itself t to expend the proceedsof tinoooa supply 'of. 'peas/'. -as the row can be foU wecL If : J : .
., ..nt. at the ... said Bonds for' the Frrposau0. set should. be mad. /ery.tn days or It'forms r.before 'the potatoes ]KEYWEST HAVANA
streets and at lent o"-thlrd .f' tb. ;;
put-in add Resolution. .
kfr :oost of the remainder of such_Improvements O. F. KRIBBS -t weeks< 'until warm.:weather. ; lIP a spike-tooth harrow or |! [.
; President of the Council -of' should be planted in late summer should be run over the ground
t. ,," And.' whereas\,' In order to provide the City of KlsslmmeeV\ autumn for the fall t i loosen the surface of the MiL Har .
funds to retire the present oatat&'ftditn. (8..n. ... t garden.for ,$1$ {;$ "
t M'' .,. unpaid and past due Indebtednessof J., R. OttJBBRT.? 'fic I the ...1'17.ad.ti... are more .. "' -, cultivators1;: should be and return from '$28.15 JTfuSiEx3ir2Nl
? the City amounting to approximate* City Clerkof 1Clsslmmceiii than the late ones.'r -:- -- ,I I .. for the' main cultivation but; at '

m: 'the'IU.OOS.OO City to eo..tract'a.will, be loan necessary for each for D.] ."-" .this. 10th..... day.of<< ".,,-a".A- :i>Peas should 'be planted.- shout t last cultivation the soil may be : : : :

= purpose. and secure same ,by bonds' of Ii. R. MAY to three inches deep in rows th... up around the plants to hold :

,i-heresa. . Mayor of the City of"Xisslmme.. four feet*'. apart. ) Some erect and to protect the tubers

'tear; And,th* entire'the Initial dlty'-'wlll coat .of""such: -' 111 however, follow the practice of. the sun. .

":''aradlna- paving and eurblneV ....4th. ins I.. .doable rows six inches dining the early potatoes
NECESSARY Of
... BUHttlnsproperty will be-assessed Its QUALiFICATIONS with- the ordinary apace of three ,. should be kept in a cool, dry ,

1 -lust; and.proportion of such. .1'4111'1'' In pavIns Installments - '_ ORDER_ TO VOTE IN BOND four feet between these pairs of during the hot weather of sum lI

;L ./ a..hall be provided by or- .-ELECTION. This is a rood practice with In the lower south it is better Via '\ I 1

', dIn! nc. of the City Council by virtue requiringsupport.;,; aa the supports a fall crop rather than to try I

,,,."' .,ysof, Florida Its authority which assessments under the, when Laws r o*-' .----. be placed in the.narrow spaoa keep the spring' crop through the Co-
Peninsular &
AI .tidetI't. the Occidental
r 1/:/- et*lved will be need for the purpose ot ...... .. Tote ia tween the rows.VarleU. . and winter. Fall grown pota Steamship ,

jrtt 4 ,. paying and retiring a proportionate ,....,.. Brad i:I.cdo..leuit I be rfistered recommended can be kept; in a dry cellar in a l

partof. the bonds Issued for this, purc voter ia tie City a*Kissists.ee, First and Best, Gradus, or in any.building where the tem Tickets fadafa Meals aid Berth j il. '

Therefore, be It resolved by the residue.taereia at ths tiara ef the plea; Champion of England and can-'b. controlled Irish po-, Said far Skip Saffiaf Jaly fad wide '". a w
COuncil of the City of Kissimmee.r' Taker keep best in 4 cool tempera. .. \

t Section 1. That vested under In 'the" and by of virtue KIs- tioa, ewaiag real estate' therein aid Peppere.Seeds but should not be allowed to IJaitrut 2acL ;

'<.slnimeeby Sections 1CS1 ins 1061 of suit have paid their taxes for the the freezing point. U" best
year .of peppers should be .C For information, reservations or tickets call on any Atlantic .Coast i .
., v the General Statutes of the Stats of last do.. tit........ hotbed.or, in, box in the to allow the temperature to fall "
/I' "Florida, the city shall Issue It. Tweh.Bonds I a a Line Ticket Agent or' : ..
86 Fahrenheit.
"'- J( for the asrsrrsrated sum of MOt ,- about eight weeks before time for degrees '
. "oo.00-or' so much a* .hall be author- ', NOTICB OK IJIIfTIIIl'TlOI'f TO APPLY ting the.,plante In the garden. .. recommended: Irish Cob J. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger.Agent, Tampa t
by I.KTTIinsPATHMT
IK1Vised
vote, tobe styled. Municipal KpR FORTUCKER ...
.>.-.',-'. f Uonds. Issue of .111. .. .- BRICK COMPANY plants are< tender and should not ': Bliss Red Triumph and Bliss -" +
w 1 ."'"', tlon of $6.000.00 each, drawing Interest transplanted.until. the ground is I Triumph are good early pota H

... . '1.4 payablesemlannually at the rats ofrte' Notice Ie hereby. given that theunderslrned and all danger of frost is past. Where only one variety is to .
will to the Honorable
maturing apply
per cent per annum reepectlvsly
;rT: '.'/f; from dateof<< Issuance as Park Trammel. Governor of the the ,' follows: One; Bond In Ten years oneS State of Florida on the 14th day of apart in rows two and one-half The earns varieties may
in Eleven years, one In Twelve years. August A. O. 1S1I TUCKER for letter Patent three feet apart. The cultivation grown for the fall crop, or the CrapeflfraOraeeeTiStandard
,
,- one In Thirteen years, one In fourteen Incorporating BRICK COM
t' "..1''. one In Fifteen years one In 81s- PANY under the following; proposed treatment of peppers should be I Mountain, which is a late va .varieties in all sizes for immediate delivery Plata %
ew
teen' years, one Seventeen years,1one charter same as that of tomatoes and maybe used. a
K1; In Eighteen years. one In Nineteen J. WADE TUCKER There is your order for next winter for both Citrus Fruit and Peach trees; to ;
number
., > 'years, one years, and one inTwentyone O. A. CA R ON. plants. a large potatoes The sweet potato
"y.n: and the Interest and E. L. L.KSLET. .... varieties of peppers, including not usually handled as a garden be sure of getting the sizes and varieties you want. '

+fi il ,principal p..yabl..nl'old. or Its equivalent sweet kinds and the hot peppers. in the south, but it is advisable Our trees are budded to the best standard varieties of both
the office of the Treasurer of PROPONED CHAHTBR TUCKER
. ::4:: 'said City.In Said Bonds to b* Issued for BRICK COMPANYThe Varieties recommended: Ruby nave a few, plants In the garden grapefruit and orange from heavy bearing trees a
the herelnabove set and undersigned hereby associate Chinese Giant, Sweet Spanish and early summer On land that .
purpose out use. .
; Our Citrus Fruit been and '*
the funds, credit and. property of said themselves together for the purpose oflo."lnll or Bull Nose, of the sweet I thoroughly drained sweet pota- trees have grown by expert exper <
City pledged for their redemption.Section : a corporation. under and by ienced who have been the business
in for
1. Th"t..n election be held virtue of the Laws of the State. of lrlortla Long Red Cayenne, Tabasco, and plants should be set on ridges nurserymen many :years.,

at as early a date as practicable, at and under the following proposed Cluster, of the hot types.Potatoes. are thrown up by means of a Our Peach trees are Florida grown and are budded on Pasco Plum' .j.jstock. ...
which the qu-Ktton to ne submitted to Charter: 'Two or four furrows are usu
.
said having the Article 1.
thelectors of City l
t qualifications. prencrlbed by Section b..T. "name of this Corporation shall Irish or white potatoes:-A thrown together!: and. levelled off If you are looking for a first class nursery stock do not fail to ,
of the TUCKER BRICK COMPANY and
10<1 of the General Statutes Its a light drag. ridges should '
i State of Florida shall be the Issuance principal place of business shall be In area of early potatoes should broad, as narrow sharp ridges dry send for our catalogue, which is yours for the asking This catalogue 's
of the said Twelve bonds. And the the Cltjr of Klmlmmee. County of Osne- grown in the garden, but the
"::,t Mayor shall forthwith Issue his Proc- ola. Florida with branch. offices In such crop should be grown elsewhere. quickly. The fertilizers recom also gives much valuable information regarding preparing the land I M

;.A "w' I Ismatlon give public for notice said of election same by and publish-shall' In place foreign or places countries In the as United the States directors or I ly potatoes should be planted as be for found general garden for treatment for a grove setting and caring for the trees. WRITE- :, FOR A CATALOGUE 1
satisfactory sweet
,%,", 'i ,Otis said pe-Ki-mstlon In three con- may determine.Article I as the ground can be prepared to TODAY.. 1
. The that
..ssrVaecutlve" ,': ...hed In the lssO.-irof City Immediately a newspaper prior puo-to Th. general nature o'lth.. business toe advantage. In Florida potatoes marketing roots are usually are too used small for Our nurseries are located at Leesburg. Florida;i'also at Eagle, '

?/j.r"< of said election. > transacted. bysaid, corporation shall uRuaIl?planted In December, while '
the date -
l For an early the root Lake and Lake Wales the famous Winter Haven section. -
**:<> Section 1. That the form of ballott be to buy sell or manufacture brick other sections of the lower south crop .-\ -
t iVk f he used at said election shall be substantially and paving blocks-of all kinds.dt"rd nature are in January. In the be bedded in a hotbed five or THOMAS
fTjr V,V: as follows: : whatsoever and to and planted : weeks before it will be safe to set THE C. E. NURSERIES ,
: .. 4 "Offlelal Ballot. Municipal Bond Electlon. own or lease any machinery necessary south early potatoes are usually plants in the field. As the plants DBTJixriwmin BUILDING T...... P.A..LA.i u) IS
,
- -?" "> August theA, D. 116. either directly or Indirectly In saidulneai ed in February, but in the
: "MaV a Cross (X) mark before lb.que.tlon > and to secure and own patents northern portion of the south easily injured by cold, they should ,
. jf' of your choice. and formulae whenever same may be they be transplanted until danger of
..? v FOR ONE. deemed advisable for successful opera.. not planted until March. Aa it has I
COTE the
.!:' '! Bonds for retiring present out- lon: of said business or for o difficult to keepp potatoes through passed. For. general I
l r.rT'.: "atandlns Indebtedness of the City of tion of the interests of the within: corporation summer, a fall should be in the lower south, select a pro ---,4
'JS.V-v: ; ;: -Xlsslmmee.- approximately 115.000.00. ; to engage In the business of crop location preferably on the
' i." :i "Against Bond. for retiring pre..nt.I' 1 1'Hi. and to .enter Into contracts for.. the A common practice in some parts tr
aide of fence
1t !!!. 'outstanding v. Indebtedness of the grading laying paying, building and the south la to plant potatoes a building or and

I a; 10..1.- approximately Cltl.of.00'1 streets construction and sidewalks of roads.: to highways buy; the first crop as soon aa they are .method the roots ia in to make the open.excavation A com. I The" Favorite .Store' of- Ki..lnuft Y-, ,. ;
and
. i VftTB FOR ONE. manare, lease and develop lands In the lower- south this method inches deep and. of sufficient else
*j .""01' bond for rradlnr pavlns and Conduct a general real estate business. be followed to advantage. :..
: 'curblrtr Btewsrt Avenue from Church and to buy and sell land. on Its ownaccount method is the : the-roots to be' bed
to bed
cost fI- and on commission; to build potatoes 'Place in- this .'
Btrt.to Broadway, estimated 'a layer:: of sand
on. own Improve and develop lands little loose soil in a cool shady
\: sti.'Against Bonds for grading' paving owned by this corporation! to manafao- -covering the bed with little soil soil on which to bed the sweet
or '
'and -curblns; Stewart Avenue, from ure' lumber, timber, naval sterosstles. ....... -As ,1111t the roots close togeth FURNITURE ?
rVChurch- Street to Broadway turpentine, timber products, moistening thoroughly soon thin but do not allow, them to touch
and to lease hire, and
own act as
.
sod(
: '. cover them with sand or loose ,
.
: FOR ONm--: broker factor or agents In the purchase A . ,
VOTE and sale.- manufacture and to two Inches deep.' Soil which ?
on ..
"Ai" Bonds for rradlngv paving dlsposl. '. f .
'
ments or contracts between the , <.- ..
.
eurklnv Mabbett Street from Stewart ten of real products '.potatoes have been 'grown . .1 "! _
eommodltt.rood. L
and 'Individuals 'or.
hereof and ., corporation i '
.:.. ,Avenueto Bermuda1Ayenue.-.tlmated. and merchandise of every kind. Includ-wares .. In any of thelines ,not be 'need-for the seed bed. y t',
:
+ ff.llt.0-
t ,
business: MdxL
cost v- -
r; a '" ..i-' for- '.i\ '';, pavtnSand nc' naval. storesblacksmith's, and of this corporation; to do bushels of. sweet potatoes wiU 1
'. curbing Mabbetts Street from cooper's tool and Implements and sawmill and all things that are or may bs slips to plant an acre. -WE HAVE -lrr'! .
.
or be done for .
.. Stewart. Avenue to Bermuda Avaiue.TOTE tool and Implements of all sorts] eessary p-r.to. these sips if set out .
furtherance early
.. to operate and conduct saw mills plan .earr.eIDto: : ;may ,,
.. "' !'FOR ONB. ''' '. \ nr mills: and'all business Incident corporation 'or for .. enough vine cuttings to plant . "
< .'_ Bonds for sradlnjr. paving andcurblnr hereto, to buy,' raise and sell cattle the-powers.. '' " ",herein granted.Article .. -;:;, ' ; n or: eight;acres.. Vine cuttings '" _: J .. .._...: '.' :
-, from Clyd Ave.. through Penn and live stock all klndsMd purchase : in .: !
+" %: field Avenue'to Big Ditch ova Railroad.h . deal In beef and beef products; to own The capital stock of the .. be placed as I late as July in the k,
;; '.estimated g7.46.. hold and selllands for pasture andCattle shall be one hundred -thousand south and as late as August in -
f
hire
*r and curbing' from Clyde Avenue ; use and maintain docks, wharves, thousand shares of -tb. par value
to,81. .1>ltch, elevators tanks and storageacllltles one hundred dollars which, crops as with less dan . w. auke aasl 2
through PsnAeld Avenue : t presses- : -rei : : which .. ... a specialty aatittiaff ...., 1 r
ti t It i'on Railroad. of every kind and to receiveiroflts capital stock may be for In .from diseases affect the :
.fj;, .." and tolls therefrom to buy, sell or In property labor or services at ....ca. nI aWe ,
+ ;? *,- *.VOTE: FOR"ONm. isndle for Its own account or on commission Just valuation te be fixed by the "
should
. \ For trStreeetn StewartX turpentine, rosin-and all kindsof r.ctcnof the company at. a .... potatoes be dug on a
,-i!' t..rbl". oChurchr naval tores timber and agricultural called for that purpose. .. day when the soil is dry.; The
:.,Avenue to Main Street-- estimated cost products file: to operate stills and machln- ArtJele IV. for digging Varies in different Bed Rborn Furniture DJni'ng'Room
'UI1.7I, err for manufacture of naval stores The term for which this ,
"Asmlnst Bondi for grading, pavlnr products of every description: to erect shall exist shall be perp..tuaLA but Ute potatoes should be '
.
!II and curbingChurch St.. from Stewart. end maintain tanks and warehouses V. before there is any danger* of Suits Kitchen Outfits Par }
Avenue to Main 8tr...... for the storage of naval store'and cot. The officers of this corporation. frosts. When crown:; on a small ,
't' t ton and other products and to Issue be a President one or more Vioe- ..
:';,' q 'f-voTB FOR ONE! storage or warehouse receipts against dents a. Secretary: a Treasurer and ., sweet potatoes may be dug with lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
y'' For Bonds for gradlnspavlnr. and he same: to compound and refine oils: board., of not less than three nor fork. Great care should ..
.;,pl.'.t. curblns; Main Street from Oak Street to manufacture, own buy sell and deal than nine directors. The office of not to bruise or injure the "
.J-V to City Limits estimated. cost 11164.16. In barrels, materials staves stills suppiles rotary and Treasurer may be held in handling. After the Couches Etc. ,f "
f- "Aralnet Bonds for srradlnspavlnr and similar kinds: any other. officer of said company.. digging, .
; find -curbing- Main Street from. Oak to buy, sell and deal In groceries, dry' board of directors shall be selected should lie exposed for two or '
1'__ i J ,Street to,City fJrolt goods hardware and.all kinds of merchandise the annual stockholders meeting hours to dry after which they .,, ,ir
: .. to build buy
sell
lease mange be held In the City of Klsslmmee. -
f. r. "vOTE FOR ONE. own control, hire, charter or op' cola .dul'.t Florida, .ot h be placed in a warm, well-ven Tab it.,. is auJdag a record fer itself .ia the atatter .". '
.. erase, :
"For Bonds for rradlnr paving and '**.%?.'" tramway.. railways, January of each year, room. The temperature dur
'/" curblns Vine Street from A. C. I*,. Rall- brld!!'... lighters, engines, cars or other ginning In the year tll. the curing period of about ten helpiaf people to eutfit .41.... Cease lad see. Oar prices are :
='i.i.road to City Limits estimated cost vehicles or means of transportation Until the first annual meeting of t
.JIij-; K' 91471.i&, of the products of property held, ownd stockholders, and until the of should be about 80 to 90 degrees right ; ?
\ Against bonds for grading paving' controlled or manufactured by said above mentioned are elected]land ; After the curing period ,
"-:-". and curbing Vine 8U from A, .C. L. company or other persons or corpora fled at the first .-election the Afflnere I temperature should be lowered ir '
...\ Railroad: to City Limits." Ions. _In connection with the business the corporation ."..Ifli.w ;
,- or this'company but not to use said Tucker, President: E. L. Lesley, y to about 66 degrees Fahren
i. {1' Section /. Should the Issuance o( mesa,, of transoortatlon for the -'purj Vice-President; VT A. McCool I, ; and held at thai; point during the '
o.: said Bonds be authorized by the require >o*-ot doing business of''a. common Vice-President; 1. Wade Tucker .. of the storage period.! A TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: : t {
iM ? under Section 1051 General Change: and deal In trees. plants Wade Tucker E. L. Lenley. W. A. crop may be cured near the ,
i ...'- .f Statutes of the State of Florida as shrubs cereals and any and all kinds Cool. C. A. Carson and John M. stove and afterwards stored '

,...:- aforesaid, then .said bonds shall be Is- of vegetable products and citrus fruits, director( .*. The stockholders shall room where there is 'no dan- Ne Butter what Had ef aa.Ea,.. jea aaTe-Gas, Staaai. :2' '
,.. V*, cued accordingtolaw without delay fruit trees, hay and grain and.. to do In the City of Klsslmmee, <> '"
\ and, the Council shall Before such issuance a lr..n..raJ.e""", business; to construct County Florida at the office of oTtbeir becoming chilled. Handle Railroadlr Statiaaary Eagiae' -.. have exactly: the TeaU.yea : "::1,.}
tJ' .J provide by, Ordinance for the .erect operate and maintain a corporation. list of August. A. potatoes as little as possible. .
ice..?retirement of said Bonds at Maturity, packing house or packing houses andnnlnor't..ctory Kit, for the purpose of, adopting recommended Pumpkin .... ia year ereryday watk--Wreaekas.,'.Haauaen, Oilers, etc., !t +. .
T the payment of Interest upon for Trults meats and laws and. completing the ... .
and for ; "
Dooley Nancy Hall- all of tie Mst .. werkataaskip aad at that wiBaarpriae ,
: .h vegetables of alt kinds to produce buy of this corporation. Triumph ajnafiry pricas 1'

':;' ",*. .Paa.. In open session this 10th day or otherwise acquire and sell or'otherwlse Article VI. Southern Queen. Where a dry- This ... hat the npataliea ef. haanTiag flatly. .;
of-./sty. 111'01 dispose of the products of such The highest amount of .. .. .. potato is desired yea.
:;; ,S' .,' Q>. KRIBBS. packing or canning factory or factores to which this eorl> at Stem Triumph hardware that b ef eaperier aaaEty red yea will auke a* ..... / R
I'6 ;'.. t'(111)) President of the Council .. packing house or packing houses: Dollar -Two Big Jersey.and ;iffNATURE'S a
:.h' ',.. ,. -of the City of Kl.elmmee to subscribe for purchase, receive, I Breed: FlllrsThousiand:l :. (|UO, 0 recommended.-. take ia essalar here NOW" hupectiaf aar Uf .ck.
;: ', .OILBBRT.. '5eII and for Investment or otherwl..1 o.Q).
r 7v City Clerk of Klsslmmee. dispose of and make .;
f. !eN, Approved Ibis Seth day of July. A. menu upon stocks shares, bonds seurltles The names and rTeidences of'the e ,.
or obligations of other '
;r -u.. eorpo- corooraters of this corporation
-,.. < H..R.. rations whatsoever, wherever,, located gether with the amount of stock ..
: .. ftMayor' tot,.the City of,I tssimmee.lYr originated. or engaged hi or .pursuing.1 scribed. for by each, are a* follows: '
\-oJo- ,' any one or more kinds of business, pur- .Y.: Wade Tucker Klsslmmee. ... Osceola Hardware ?
11/ H. .lC, ifay,' Mayor'of said City do wees or objects Indicated herein or 126 shares. [ Company
1. 'hereby' proclaim and. declare that. a holding any.> property of any kind c...- A.' Carson. Klsslmmee, Fla..;
s' 'pedal election of tbeqlallfted electors Honed herein or any corporation' OWD"I .b..... : s u- :- .
et said City Will b* held at the ng or holding stocks or Ek- L. ..Lesley, IOnlmm_ Fla.: cnsoJrlljuER5" ;. ti I ;1_
:Y': t ,,-OltyCouncil Chamber In aald Clty..dure7tk'd.y any such corporation and while *"-"*.. *' } '-" _ . '_ < ),. ,
J\:' ', of the owners or holders of any stocks bonds i ,,3. WADE TTJCKBR.C. .
:\ O( August A. n. ISIS. upon 01' obligation, toexercise all A. CARSON. .
'" quesiloo ol contracting a Joan (Of Hlstl' Irhts..covers" and privileges of .th.1 n. L. LESLEY '!
"i" ;hound ""0.000.08)"Do 1..1''.' in'.the rshlp 'th..or.a.4 to exercise all and sTATE form or-Tw..I.'Bond. ,_cb. tor the any voting- power thereof;>to sell *.*"
'" sun* of Flvs Thousand fO.OOO.o.ll Dollars mortgagesub-let, hire, leassr COtTNTT'oF OBCKOLA >
P'if'i. >and to -pl..dlr.-, the funds, credit convey the property o"tbl...oo po r.- On this.day personally appeared that SOIL BUILDER
;. and prop.rty.ot' the City for there4 lon 01'. any part -th..rf..t ...1I1.an4 Lpr. mean officer duly-authorised Insures; r
,. 'demptlon of saidlBoo ; _.. te Invest, the proceeds at pleasure and administeroaths+and take F
of.sal* bonds to. be expend In the 111 such manner as maybe determined edgements. J. Wade Tucker C. A. JIYm.
; ._.IDIr. -srradlngand eurblnr of'cerIn by. the by-laws- conduct-any part son and E. L. Lesley personally Blowers Ground Limestone make acid soils'I t J f '.i
s.. \t streets In said of Its business and to have offices andand' to me to be the persons described Protection that Protects'e. e ,'
...e -r>; r<-m executed the foregoing'; A ,. t sweet It releases potash:salts. and'impartli
.- lf other. States >or forlgn countries leles of and : :
ff incorporation upon
j 1" r-
Said.-Bonde" (*;''be; ;lssuedNrqon.; the: : as may be requisite'' or necessary fort duly-severally .wom-each for J' (' , . "A, dasgthr.ad, rigor to growing crop..and trees., t,,
;erms and in the ,.manner_set |orth,Inaald carrying on of said business or fur- acknowledged before -me the .... -- , Blowers limestone ground unusually fine\ ,' !i BLOWERS ,,
M therlnr', the needs of said corporation, ,
Resolution 0 tb.reoljfor.tlle; uses, and, PlJr '
'''4- '' The following.qualified elector. at. said necessityto be determined .In the therein expressed.V -- readily mixes with the soiL, .Containrno Imv GROUND c .
"t bereby appointed to aefTS, N-officers discretion and. Judgment of the boardof :Witnessmyhand -ah.'' ;II (al ;" plritie.--un' be applied'at' time- is: '' x J
directors to.receive* at any:
.o: said special ; payment for Klsslmme Osceola Coanty FJor.. M1QAx
:s YY B,, E, .'el.ettonir"ind :3F'W. capital stock-subscribed ,for Inmoney this had. day .f .7.ll'LA..DL .....; AVENUE: uledlpen.iva, Write f.litt and prices.;'r> L .4 M t F,
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_' IwpNttrn..odH. ,N. BrattoaC or In property, labor-or services at-a Seal ROMA THOMAS.' '. .
CII ." ; just valuation therefor lir the discretionor 'v, '''Notary Public State.of Lime
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r >< OI IOI IOICICI IOICI I ward Katz Mrs. Boice, Mrs. J. D. scene of prayer and praise and the 1t

1 r" :, I Clark, Mrs. Sam Ragsdale, Mrs. Nau- sufferer entered into the spirit of the COUNCIL LEAVES DECISION -

t1-- gle\ Miss Wilder Miss Dowell, Miss worship more than any one else.
: Notes $ Buckles, Miss Witherspoon, Miss Ellis There seemed to be not a shadowin I Want Ads. I :
i $ Society
her almost TO VOTERSContinued ,
;' Mis Mary Carson, Miss Ann Car way. During a year
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son, Miss Inez Carson, Miss Makinson of confinement to her bed she was
\ .' 4'J. Miss Corinne Gilbert, Miss Ault- ever the same resigned trustful christ- ( from Page One.) ';.i

'i' 't 1, : (Mattie Belle Harris, Editor.) man. Miss Tracy, Miss Bays Miss ian. The funeral services were con- FOR SALE-A good bicycle in fine re- ..:'

t" Alma Griffin, Miss Virginia Tiller, ducted by her""*pastor in her late residence the distance to St. Cloud, the county I I pair. Apply Dollar Limit Store, or
' f Miss Naugle Mrs. Eugene Bryan. the Lake House, and the inter- I see Ernest Lawrence. 30-2t ,{';,
commissioners decided
to
it. \\.r: Request u i made to all patron of the Valley Gazette t. end Item ". ment took place in the Pleasant Hill that having use "
route for the county road if the FOR SALE OR TRADE

1;",' :' it.. of society event to the Editor for publication in theM columns Carson FARM Farmer ERBEELANDMr. and Mrs. Fannie cemetary. city will do its part. For that reason automobile in good running passenger order* ;
the
corrected call is
printed on an-
t Lou Beeland quietly wedded at and makes good appearance. Owner .
were
i other '
CARD OF THANKS and calls for a total of ,
r ( t.O.O..OI.IO.OIOIO.OIOIO. t 0+0 1.0 I 0 I 0 I 0 0 I the home of the groom's father, the $70,000 page in bonds, $10,000 being the Box 247, City. 30-2t..,,

1.:1: 5 m, SCHOOL PICNIC MISS GILBERT SUltJ>''USEJ) Rev. J. J. Farmer, corner Rose and The family of the late Mrs. Ellen estimate for this work. WANTED-Second hand office furniture .

,t' f" Class SUNDAY No. 4 of the Presbyterian Quite a number of the many friendsof Bryan streets last Sunday eveningat Hyde desire to return our most sin- The complete liLt of items called for ; must be in good condition. Address -
thanks to the friends who
Corine Gilbert tendered her 7 o'clock. Only immediate relativesof cere many in the resolutions of the council and Box 247 30-2t
at the club Miss a City. .
school had picnic
?'i' 4 a aided loved her
Sunday our one during long
the in
parties at- the
contracting were official election call of
her home Park Mayor May
at
Those in theY surprise party on
,A rouse on Wednesday. and painful illness and death. Mayit
rp; i> Mrs. L. E. Parker, street last Friday night in honor of her tendance.The similar is as follows: FOR SALE-Nice< bungalow with
were be long before service
) ' teacher nad Misses Maud Cooper, birthday. Miss Gilbert was genuinely ceremony was performed by a For retiring present outstanding indebtedness large lot in good residence sectionof
r ,< will be of
" Fern Fansler Margaret Kenton( Beanie surprised when the party arrived the groom's father. After the first Grateful you. of city. 1500000. Kissimmce. on payments like ,

:tj.i/. J s 4 " LaLand, ,Blanch Miller Helen and the evening was pleasantly spent of August they will be at home to THE FAMILY. For grading paving and curbing rent or will take vacant lot as first "

,II Reed, Schilder, and Mabel Scott. They at "Rook". Dainty refreshments were their friends at the Farmer residence. Stewart avenue from Church streetto payment. J. II. Halley Loughman-
1 time. nerved. Those present were: Misses Mrs. Farmer is the efficient manager Broadway $2,439.43.For Fla. 30-3t

;" ' report a great ". Lucy Buckles, Ella Mae Gilbert, Lucy of the Kissimmee Telephone com- grading paving and curbing .

-,,7 : MRS. ROGERO ENTERTAINS Wither poon, Alma Griffin and Esther pany and by her constant and pains- I Mabbette street from Stewart street FOR RENT-by the year, an 8 room

w A number of friends were informally Aurand, of Denver, Colorado; Messrs. taking care the business has won the UNITY IS PLAN I to Bermuda avenue, $8,316.00. house close in, either unfurnished ".

.C kY entertained Monday evening by Sam Lupfer Jamie Buckles Jimmie admiration of the entire city. She For grading, paving and curbing or partly furnished. Apply to Miss .

Mrs. Nellie Rogero at the u--:::.e of her Huffman, Albert Beardon Stanley will continue in that position for the GROWERS : from Clyde avenue through Penfield Dalma Graham 116 Mabbette St.802tpd. ."

tl ) t 5* '' < parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Bullock, Everett Roberts and Walter present.Mr. FOR TRUCK avenue to city ditch $6,676.45. .:f
the Misses I Thomas. Farmer is of the For grading paving and curbing
In honor of their guests, one prominent t
; '; Esther and Mamie Aurand, of Denver ". ". .. young business men of the city and (Continued from page 1) Church street from Stewart avenue to DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. ;M,;
,rt .
MRS. VAN DUZER HONOREDThe Main street $5.811.75.For
Tiller.
F- ,- Colo. The guests enjoyed cards has built a lucrative business as agent .
r as the amusement of the evening ands Berryville (Ark.) Progress for a large number of fire insurance future, would be in position to benefit grading, paving and curbing n
Main from Oak
delicious refreshments were served. says: companies. He is a deserving young street street to city FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage .
. Mrs. Hermann Schrader and Miss man and the many friends of the A. S. Nelson said that while he also limits, 1258425. I close in; $12 per month. E.
:? r WOODMAN CIRCLE ENTERTAINS Laura Pattison entertained at the couple a long and happy wedded life. favored withdrawal, it should be in For grading, paving and curbing E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur- "
of the latter after- Vine street from A. C. L. railroad to
s'y The Woodman's Circle entertained home on Friday * such manner as would hot in any way ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The fnn). "
.t their hall in Fraternity building on noon of last week in honor of Mrs. F. PYTIIIAN SISTERSThe discredit the Shippers and Growers city limits. $8,473.60.
.' J. VanDuzer of Kissimmee, Florida.A For building road and bridge across FOR SALE-Two boats 35x10". :"
Tuesday night. There was a good attendance Pythian Sisters held their reg- League; that the league should be endorsed ; one .
i' ,. and everyone present had number of interesting contests were ular monthly meeting Thursday even- and that membership therein head of Lake Tohopekaliga from Cape 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; one 16 .

r. a good time. Ice cream and cake were engaged in .which were enjoyed by all. ing 'in the lodge rooms. After the should be recommended to such of the Breeze to Barbeau's Island, $10,000. foot long, 4 H. P. engine, will sell d

served. The -city council which was A dainty ice course was served. Those business was attended to Mrs. G. W. association members as may be in position Total, $69,301,38.The cheap;? also one*pair )Jarge mules. ;.n': "',7

, ';s 'I 'in session on the same night, was present were Mesdames F. J. and Vic- Persons was initiated. A social hour to use the league's facilities.Mr. total of total the bond items Issue which will be and the H. W. Thurman. 22-tr '1'l
tor VanDuzer W. P. George S. H. carry
{ motionwas
Alexander's withdrawal
with refreshments when the followed after which refreshments ".
dainty
served
Tat, T. Z. Stevenson Tom Morris, unanimously adopted, and that may be any sum up to $70,000, being FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse andwagon :
served.CATHOLIC
: . 'meeting- .... closed. Locklin A. 'J. Russell and Miss Dixie were part of the association's by-laws en- the next even thousand above the total one 2 cy. Buick In good .. .'

1: Tr. BIRTHDAY PARTY Hobbs SERVICES forcing upon its members- membership' of the entire' list- of the proposed. Im- condition, good tires; must .euoa'r:

\ ; ,t Mrs, Walters entertaned Monday C. Devotion and confession Saturday and payment of dues in the provementa.Sentiment in favor of at once. A. M. Jones?..P.. O. .'.." ,
GRIFFIN'AND seems .
t'L ; afternoon !with ,a ,birthday party ins MISSES NORMA July 24, at 7:30 p. m. Mass will be Growers and Shippers League was re. the improvements and from present manyof Box 221, KlBBimme 7tf :
ETHEL GILBERT SURPRISED IJf.trade
; ."'it ,, honor of the thirteenth anniversary : said at 8 a. m. Sunday. pealed-un.nimouely also. indication it. is lively that a largenumber STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send' :*
Gt little Miss Blanche Muller., .,The Any other service will be announcedat Mr. .Alexander's .wlt.hdrawaLprop. I2.5O-( .
? 'J ,',\. ; afternoon ,wapleaaantlr.-apent''at; ( Those present at the surprise party mass.: osition carried-wlBo a proviso that the ,' if. not all,. of.the items will for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50. .;,
4' '" ;: :; > : house given for 'Miss Norma Griffin and annual dues in theFruit and Truck carry.: Peach, plum pear and cherry trees ''
r.' I. the lawn and in the
games OR of chocolate Miss Ethel Gilbert, of Kissimmee BAPTIST CHURCH Growers association shall remain at An editorial reference to the bond at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light- ,
Deliciousrefreshments Wednesday evening at the home of>S issue is made on the editorial page foot E. Chattanooga. Ten 48-tT
' 'j, : :and cak. were served. Those attend4" The services at the First Baptist $2 per year; all of the $2 going into and was written before the $10,000 ,
their here had thor-
;.: inC were Helen and Irene Reed, I grandparents a church Sunday morning will be conducted the association's treasury, however estimate for the short cut road and
., .. ,,[:Maude: Cooper, Bessie and Gail Le- oughly enjoyable time. Games of by Rev. J. J. Farmer and at (heretofore $1 of the $2 has been paidto bridge was added. FURNISHED ROOMS for light

b ,{ ,.. ,Lond. Margaret Kenton, Nellie Long I various sorts were played and refreshments night the B. Y. P. U. will render a the Growers and Shippers'-League). The bond issue is made for the full housekeeping at low rates for the-
ii.
I. served. The guests were: program. The Pastor, Dr. A. J. Holt, One member thought the dues shouldbe estimated of the summer. Very close in, in plain
.and :Miriam Munger. cost improvementsas
\.,) ". Misses Flossie and Ruth Courtney, will fill the pulpit for two weeks at reduced to $1.50; another said $1 the city will have to bear the expense view of lake always a good breeze;'

'1.l If'' "' GIVES BOAT RIDE Ruth Jones, Louise Newell Kath- the First Baptist church at Tampa. should suffice; but the $2 proposition of the entire work until the very desirable location; all conveniences
L-: Mrs.'J. E. Lupfer entertained with erine Lutz Edith Whitney Sunday school will be held at 9:45 finally received unanimous support. assessments are made against the ; large porches; any numberof l'

:. ' ;-.bolt rifle and picnic luncheon on Hibbard, Margaret Lawrence, Messrs. o'clock while the morning service will Progress in Co-Operative Crop property owners affected for their rooms desired at one-half win- -
;; last Sunday evening Harlin Gilmore, Robert Seavers, Wil- begin at 11 o'clock. The Rev Mr. Far- Growing. ter rates. Call or address No: 14
Iv" ,.Paradise Island liam Rowe Carl part of the work. It is proposed under -
-? ;J: : in honor ofMr.. and Mrs. Emmerick, Langford.Thompson Roland, Lindsey Lutz, Selby ,Buck, mer by request will deliver the, same The Fruit and Truck Growers association a new law passed by the legislature S. Orlando avenue. 18tf"FOR
who recently married at Lancas- sermon he gave two weeks ago on the slowly but surely is making to the of I
; : were so arrange payments
Ward Estey, Herbert Fuller. The SALE-No. 5 Oliver typewriter,
I ".. <"ter, Pa.f and who were here en route ty broke up about 10:30: and everybodywent par- subject "The Home. headway in unity and co-operation in I property owners on either side of !I nearly new. Price $40; cost $105.

j' " ",- to Burma. India where they will home wet pleased.-New Smyrna LAYMEN'S SERVICEThe growing vegetable and other crops for the streets to be improved that they I Apply to S. H. Bullock. tf

'-..{;:'<. make their -home. Those who enjoyed News. Laymen will meet at the Pres- market shipments. will have ten years to settle their assessments -
\II the .veain were: Misses C.e'WATERMELON' byterian church next Sunday after- The Valley Gazette, County Demonstrator a tenth of the cost to be FOR SALE Handsome china closet

r < w.." :'" S,Mamie, and, Esther Aurand, of Den- CUT noon at 2:30: and leave at 3 o'clockto Evans and several membersof paid each year. The council is now and a mission hall clock. Apply

It ' :*!.C': . l..er.'Co' .; Misses Ruth and Gene hold services at Shingle Creek the association long have been urg- considering this plan and) if the bond Mrs. Kulp 221 Church street. 31-2t
Mr. and Mrs. E L. Johnson
.' Thomas Messrs. G. P. Garrett, Ev delightfullr ing the importance of cooperationand issue carries it is likely that it will be .
church. It is desired have
to
r"I. entertained the members of the as large unity in growing market crops. It is also stated that all of FOR
f erettR berta, Sam Lupfer and J. E. to adopted.. SALESIx good milch cows and
# a1 number as possible join
; Senior Epworth League and a few of us in have
in Osceola county must the in by
Crops money paid property owners milch
one common A. M.
Lupfer. drive and all who will furnish cow.
1 ''t. : .i # ,, their friends Thursday evening with a ma- acreage sufficient to enable their will be placed in the fund for the retirement Story. Kissimmee
r' watermelon cut at their home on Vine shines to asist those who care to go, to ship jointly in quantitiesOr I of the bonds as they Dairy. 31-2pd
come
BISHOP-THOMPSON growers
.. 0.\} in the will render valuable -
street. Punch and wafers were serv- making trip, a buyers to this :
to induce to come
:; .' ,, :Married, at the residence of the ed during the evening. A potato race service to the Laymen as well I due.If FOR SALE-An elegant lot of household -
vicinity and bid on products. Any the entire list of improvementsis
fi ( ;; i:\? groom's sister Mrs. .Helen Perdew, and a guessing contest were enjoyed as to our Shingle Creek friends.. other policy, it is generalv crop agreed, is approved by the voters there will. goods, consisting of sideboard
f'' Monday evening at eight o'clock, by during the evening. In the 1 dining table, chairs bedroom fur-
J. potato merely agricultural gambling. be fourteen bonds of $5,000 each .due
..i' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH niture and kitchen
+ bedding, nten-
,Rev. W. Witnerspoon, pastor of the'Presbyterian Cecil Prentls first and
race won prize,
/ S at this meeting
The quarterly examination of the Renewed discussion yearly after ten years, so that the sils. silver and cut-glass ware the
Mr. John A. ,
,t church Miss Nina Bratton the consolation
resulted in a start being made in this last one would not fall due until twen-
teacher training class of the Presbyterian property of Mr. G. M. Reaves.
't'' :, :-1': i ,of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. Lucy prize. In the guessing contest Miss direction. Association members are ty-three yeari after issuance. What- Everything ;
church held Tuesday af- to at
;,, .* Thompson; of \. Ala. Cecelia Overstreet won first prize and was go bargain prices. .
combining to plant strawberries, eggplants ever the amount of bonds is approvedwill
ternoon at the manse after: which ice Remington typewriter to for $20.
l Mr. to return to Birmingham Miss Ruth Clark received go
Bishop expects the conso-
: for the
werl and ensuing be handled accordingly-that is,
peppers'
cream and cake served making Inquire at 116 Vernon 81tispending
avenue.
the end of the week but lation prize. After the contest several _
a social hour. Those market season. Various announcements 'I the first $5,000 bond will be due in ten
.: :Mra, Bishop will remain for a short large watermelons cut. pleasant participating -
> were
memberswere
J r of crop plantings by and the others yearly after that.
years
in the examination in
: :time before going to Birmingham to Those present were: Mrs. Logan, of the the made. These and other such information The full details of the election maybe I I this week here the guest of ;
MesdamesJ. .
care pastor were: Miss Ola
liT.: ;. Misses Cecelia Overstreet, Nina Brat- will appear in the Valley found in the legal notice qn page Campbell ;
3Ir Mi W. Evans J. W. Miller T. R. Mose- Mrs. Susie Riles
ton. Ella Mae Gilbert Mabel Over- of Kissimmee .
henceforth beginning next ten of this issue--this being the corrected
Gazette ;
CIRCLE ley and W. B. Witherspoon and Misses .
; SEWING the of
? stre et Nina Bratt n, Ruth Clark, and call for the election.OOO.O.OOOOOOO.O (I spent week-end here the guest
:- ', /'.JThe'members. of the Epworth Katie Thompson, Mattie Belle Harris, Mattie Bandy and Medora Russell week. members who wish to proper her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Campbell .
Association .
' *(;;:%$:.' *.- League sewing circle were entertained Parah Clark, Messrs. Earl Cowger, The pastor reports the class doing ex- in this season's eggplantand ..t..OO".'+ !I H. C. Brown, a prominent shingle ".
? & '> last Friday afternoon by Miss Ce- Earl Morrow Melville Huffman Harper cellent work. participate mill owner of Wlmauma, is spending
and who 'I
,.VJiy-' celia Overstreet at her'home on Mab Caster Cecil Prentis, Mr. FJ'le. The pastor will preach in the morn- pepper crop co-operation seed *' CAMPBELL .1.1to I his vacation with relatives and friends ,
;' I bette street.' Delicious refreshments ,. ,4 w ing on "Neighborhness and extends have not heretofore planted for here. 't'
W 5 a cordial invitation to all. that purpose, must buy plants if they .ooooooooO.OOOO.ti I Mrs. John Bronson ,' .
t. were ..served.Those present were: -MRS. BRYAN' ENTERTAINS ...... and sons, Ray" -
Mrs.C Persons, Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. N. C. Bryan entertained at a wish to co-operate in these crops as mond and Wesley,' visited Mrs p. ft. .
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.' 4"1 l Misses Ella Mae Gilbert u : Orpha Rose porch party last Tuesday afternoonfor MRS. J. F. BURKAM DIES It is too late to raise a crop for it Rev. C. K. Haynes of Lakeland, delivered ( Lanier over Sunday. ','.

1 ,,. ,Mattie:Belle.Harris.- They expect to Mrs. Eugene Bryan it being the Mrs. J. F. Burkain died Monday' :from seed planted now. an interesting sermon. here on Mrs. Martha Yates spent Saturday 'fii:

.meet .every*.Friday and make garments honor guests! birthday ternoon after an illness of several I The association then unanimously Sunday. i I and Supnday with her son. J. M. '-n;
v iK to send, to-the", orphanage The ladles bringing their fancywork weeks. She leaves a husband and adopted this resolution, offered by Mr. Mrs. Arthur Lee has returned to her Yates. ', ..li

t r';-- 'Enterprise.; Mrs ''Zimmerman and were ready jor a contest Mrs. seven children. Funeral services, : Nelson: "Resolved, that the Osceola I home hereafter a few weeks visit i Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Geer were visitors .>
.
R Mrs.: Persons will entertain next Fri. had Each which were private, were held at the Fruit and Truck Growers association, with relatives In Mulberry.Mrs. here Sunday. : 1'
Bryan planned. ;
guest was
el J't: 141ay, ;.; " ", 'i'f) 11- given a strip -of cloth and told to fold family residence on Thursday morn I tho withdrawing as a body from the'i iI Needham Rowland of Winter We regret very much to learn of the ",,
\ .. .." Growers and Shippers League Garden visited Mrs. E. E. Brown last death of Mrs.
Ii and hem it with her "left" hand: Mrs. ing at 9 o'clock, the Rev. A. J. Holt I Florida Julius Hyde, of KhssimM.,.
+ ;-CLUB week. :
"R 0. D. officiating Burial was in RosehiH does endorse' the. latter organization : mee.
,+ 't:t IMia' Mattie Bell. Harris entertaIn.ct. Bullock being the neatest, worker was cemetery. and its purposes and >work; and that Francis Brown of Wlmauma, Is W. W. Ivey of Loughman spent fi., '.. '-
with
s.. ..,the member of the B.' 0.. B. U. presented' a fancy work holder.The the Osceola Fruit and Truck Growers' visiting his mother Mrs. E. E. Brown. Saturday here. of I, \ ,

; !i iRo.k'Club, Tuesday;afternoon at hex hostess was assisted by her MRS ELLEN HYDEContributed recommends to its members that as Individuals I Miss Ethel 'Johnson }J. visiting her John Webbe of Loughman was'a: \

....4; om.Church street.-; ,The; house aaughtbr.-Mrs. P. K.Weaver. Cooling ( ) they: should Join said Florida grandmother Mrs., Charles Bronsonon guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Yates''\. ,:;>;'. I
:. f prettily decorated with cut,flow.r fruit punch was served during the aftemoon ,-. On Sundar.Julr11191Si.heN: : passed : Growers and Shippers League if their,I Shin : I' Mrs'' Henry Bronson moved beck'--]
4p later Toward
'" Tout' 'the- color and ice cream and cake. f' Mrs McLaughlin ts visitIng to Kissimmee last '"
her eternal
> 1iJtd.teml" carry ; to rest Idn. Ellen business. is or i>ecornesiin ,uch week- ,
;, ," and white. The .The '-following -ladies. enjoyed, the She had'' 'r poel.I' Mr. and J4rs.'Alex. Bronson.: : ,Mr ? -.;'
:".t yellow afternoonI" --" ..Hyde; been;an invalid for tion 'a..enables,them In;any.: :de rN W? Whatley spent last>
r mad. by Miss MarDainty : ; >' 'r" ions ,while 'butt bore'her Mr.and Mrs.-' Wade Hv Lanier and week: tn' KI..immee
JI taa "Marion 'Mn"J'ohn a ; sufferings to.,use any: of advantages with .bet, pare ta.. f .
refreshments of T Mrs. Carson Lee, with,true Christian fortitude and ever by said leag'oww. '/- WPtkM -.' .... '' f children ware visitors h.reSunday., : IIr and Mrs.'Gid Tiner:, : . .
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11.... ;' Those Mrs.Bullock Mrs Gr'; Livingston, was consistent member of the Bap ; 1'R..'V. Lanier pent. Sunday; with -':Themany'frlends of ; Miss' Mary ".i..

wer.Marlan'Porter, I Mrs.N. B..Carson; Mrs..TuckerMrs. tilt church of Kissimmee and endeavored ' '- > Hon.: and :Mrs. C a..Acree.V ..- - Lamb are' Clad ,to know- she I.able.--
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p ..., aNinlrattan OBryauiMrs.; Harper Mrs>.. P. .K.Wearer .to bring up her children' In the trod> la 4'ta:A.14 < 'Norman Bright Is spending his summer to wall;'by. the aid,of>crutcbee'ngw.;;..,,, '
# 'Mrs.V .E.>Lupfer. 14" .'Cv A.Carson. o.r'f': vacation with ,his, Mr.
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1M. fear and admonition of' th..,LcmL parents MS1Um6? ** injured In '' '
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-Makinson,9rs,..Ansted Y_ ....ue ..u.:...... :es.r u Hs0orarrrraRr and Mr. Ed. Roberts.' . runaway;
; ; Ki.. Kathleen She leaves-to mourn her loss, her husband ..... .. Sere ..., Srsclls, accident in Klasimme. some time '>.if'! '
N t, Asa ..... n ft 1tbe'dub Bart :Mfr'Rf.W" .; Carvon. :Mrs. HenryfAtilt- Mr Julius Hyde and seven chile .1ftIa4.*. Iy--... ..........61014., r Miss Ruth Acree,,, 'the, ;Charming! W. hop.;she. ..will 'soon -be--,, .able ago.--to.! s J;;..

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, <; ..)[rs.* ,' >ni; :Woodbeck spent : ; BJ.Marks;of Plant CIty.:'is'now .Air'; iltd'kra-J..'I. D'.,Clark'; daughter.Lottie.TMrs. ' ,?ApYIiIRTIBtD Jl411't '.
':r.? )' with j/fiends lit..tft Clood.:'' of the Dixie Theater orches .Z H, ,C. Stanford'and ; [ !)
: as a cornetist Mr. , ;: : '>'Mra... Ernest Mach and little: musician' and proves leave Monday in the Clark auto for"a ending'. 2, ,J91$: : ? ,
r >,."'!" : left. Saturday for '_rt addition to the'lnusical ,or trip through& the country to Asheville ,: Adams blip Louise; .'WflMefDaniels".Willie / 4
N,, C., to spend several .. N. tee ,weeks: vacation. "" j'' Jones/ ;, Miss IdilUu a moo Jessie;, s '
Griffin had his finger*' a. latest' i.aue of the'Southeast reV Nellie Rogero.this week purchased SaMe d, 'flrs. m. >A.? implIOn: Hamp;
,this week while on a ( toek..a',magazine published at Dr. M. J.'Hicks received" telegram the interest "of Mrs.' J. D. Smith. Dan; TindalL.. tL P.; .Williams! .... ,.f
down, .the Kisslmraee ., Ga.. contained.a reproduce this week, announcing the birth of a AYoodbeck: in the' Bon'Ton Hat Shop Mia .....IT)'. J. .
I Lawrence' Tress has"gone.to of a photograph of one of the fine son! to Mr. and Mrs J. JlT.Wood. Mrs. on Broadway and will continue to conduct B. B. SiraRion, Postmaster.,
.- to several raided on the Swope Pony farm Wood is a daughter of,Dr. Hicks and the store as a high'class millinery /
I} : relatives spend and friends.;'weeks.I Kissiunmee:', ** Mr. Wood war at one time principalof '''catering to the women of ,10.. Two babies are born In Germany for a
.t: : & the schools here. -He is now a practicing . simmee.' very one born: in France.' '<
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.tolegiam.ecetvbd'thb! \: < .
; M1e&'Etlnel'Barlow l ; : .of", ''Orf ; i '' ; wee C' by attorney,in Atlanta; ,;Ga,* ;"..
Yates announced.-the'death"of .
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.. "to through Whittier where city she brother-in-law, Jasper: Wilson; at 1 George'C.v:Perkins, assistant 'manager -.
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\ "several wee.b visiting t .Meade.., MrWilson, who was ; of.the Mutual 'Life Insurancecompany.with.headquarter '; ' : just entering,;into man. in Jack "' '
man
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J. D. Jeffords, the efficient estate,' .had.many 'friends in sonville' was *business visitor hereon .. I' : '.. . :
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1 State where he reared' Tuesday. MrK Perkins recentlywon \ .ft > V :
Bank of Kissimmee, was 10( % :
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'r;.' vacation from his the tennis championship of Jacksonville : : t. 'M
" jwoylng: rlunacy commission composed of In tournament held there., , :: ., If'1;, ;
; M. J..Hlcjcs and peorge M. '. ;
'" p." Miss Vida May who has been ... and J..S" Cadel this week con J. D. Clark president of the' Taft . ; <.' '; '-v'
: her uncle, Mayor H R. the case of.Mrs. Warren Frace Drainage supervisors, report that the I -"n .A' :;; '('
''1: : ; for two weeks, left ordered her" committed to the survey of the district has been completed I. :: :':J. .. .
' her home in'Micanopy. : hospital for Insane at Chatta- and will be given to the printer Reduction In Prices ; .
*: 'p1 I ... within a few days for publication. As \ ..r "s p'"
. Miss Ellen Ansted will leave soon a* the specifications are printed ,. ,. -t\' ,,w'" &f9Si 4YV
,, .f for Coronado Beach, fat. Alderman, son, Clarence Al- the Drainage, District will advertisefor V of 1 V.. : ;\': ,
: spend some time visiting and daughters Zena and bids for the work so that it may ,' '
.; ". J. S, Carr, of Bassenger, who have' be begun at an early date. .. :" :
spending several days in the city, :" ,": )
, .. Engraved cards and Tuesday for Indian Springs, Ga., J. JH. Lee returned Saturday last .
furnish them: Call at auto where they will spend some from a trip to Tampa, Bartow," Lakeland :
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office. They will also visit In Atlanta and Arcadia. He visited Tampa MiCHELINTIRES .. 'i
returning. and Bartow on business and visited his , .
I Misses Ada and Sudie daughter. Mrs. Malcolm Waring, at .
Ga. arrived to be the C. Basal jr., left Tuesday after Lakeland, and his daughter, Mrs. Jeb '
1// :; Mrs. J. E. Mrs. for ro, 'Ga.,, where he will ; :. ': '
Lupfer
and Parker, at Arcadia. Mr. Lee reports .. ,
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t : J1: .* week .with relatives and're that everywhere the Florid farmers .. .: :,
accompanied by his sister, Miss are growing big erops of corn I.. .
ft' :S, H. Bryan and son, Joe, Virginia Bass, and Miss Lilian : ; :,
.. for "Manatee, where who have been visiting there Mr. and Mrs. Emerick, who have ,j .' ..... .t:
,". Bryan will be temporarily -severs!, :weeks. been spending several days here with ...,'
as of a turpentine friends, left Monday route to Burma .
manager 1 en . "
. .' p'?*W..: Hill and her brother, India, where they will make their
:iV' A. S. Rose, proprietor of the A. Williams, came in from Nar- future home. They were married recently Effective July. 19th .;*'
; ( suffered a stroke of this morning, the latter on his at Lancaster, Pa., and spent
," the left side Wednesday to spend several days with several weeks visiting in the United ..
".- reported to be improving at Coronado Beach. Mrs. States before beginning their long v' '
' is spending the day in this city, trip. One Quality Only- -the Best
C. C. Wolfe, of Savannah, .

of the Southern Hon. II. R. May, mayor of the city
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Y was a business Klmmle, of Arcadia, a promi- V
of Kissimmee
accompanied by City -
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city ,last Saturday. civil engineer of DeSoto county, Attorney Lewis O'Bryan .of the same "As Usual"Get 't't
C. C. who has the week-end the ." .,;H
Worthington spend as guest city, were in Gainesville for a short :
: c, I, for several weeks in the Esther and Mamia Aurand. stay Friday looking after some business "..
the Florida Citrus Kimmle was formerly a resident matters at the county court ::1
.. for his home at Denver, Colorado, and is an old house. They came from Jacksonvillein fft

': i Miss Jane McDermitt, of of the Aurand family. an automobile and left late in the reduced from V' *

L J I If last Saturday in the city. D. Patrick, representing David- afternoon for Kissimmee friends in their car. prices '. : :: :'
Mr. May has in this city
i( accompanied by her College, located at Davidson, N. many several ,
having lived at Alachua for
and Dennis Bass.
here this week
. near Charlotte was

Don Reep, of Narroossee, left on of the the young men who class are of years.--Gainesville Sun. W.: B. Makinson Co.
for Burma, India where graduating J. E. Hartley, of Longwood filled
Osceola High School this year H. H. Huff's trick at the A. C. L. "
. his Ether E. L. Reeo, who ,*'>!
in the oil business there. a view to enrolling them as stu- passenger depot, while Mr. Huff did r
I of his college. duty for Agent W. C. Gilbert. Mr. ,
, Gilbert, with A. L. Griffin .
Mrs. M. D. Alexander left last together
J. Stead, of DeLand, bright .. ,
a month's visit in a and R. G. Canova were oft on a fishing '
., Baltimore and Hagerstown attorney who recently graduat- trip down the Kissimmee river in com- ......... ....................... ................ ..

,' latter place being her old Stetson University, has decid- pany with Mike Crown, superintendentof
''''' to cast his. lot in Kiasimmee and terminals at Jacksonville and W. D. I.

'': L. T. Powdery, associated with Judge G. F. Stark, city ticket agent in Jackson MARKEJ :;:
: FAIR PLAY
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Mr. Stead is talented .
'. Military Academy, at a young ville. The fishing party returned on
was in the city this week and has a pleasing personality. Tuesday.. aThere's

of that institution. E. Bryan, manager of the Midget '
,'ro. <.' William Bircher and L. has. made arrangements to en- in ;?
something 'name-:
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our ;
. Iris KISSIMMEE WINS FINE
': of the city council business and is preparing to .
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prominent "
: in were the city Tuesday.Be his present location on Darling | it means just what it says. ?
i-? i I avenue to the Kritz building cor- GAMEATWINTER HAVEN
' : sure to attend the Broadway and Darlington. .

,.:;'::w frtend'V Lillie excursion Good Monday music, and Mrs. G. F. Parker spent Kissimmee won one of the prettiest GOOD MEAT GOOD SERVICE; FAIR,PRICES . .Y' "
jt ; Band. Refreshments Thursday evening at Orlando vis- games of the season at Winter Raven
25 cents the Rev. A. M. Chisholm and Thursday when they took the long ,
E' rsk'A who are living at their orange end of a 1 to 0 score. Those who went }
;> Axel' Engle, Noble Engle near there. Judgo and Mrs. down there from here" with the boys Fair Play Market: i' $..
m:... Lilly Engle, of Jacksonville, spent Sunday at their grove state that the ball game was one of ; :
the finest in this of "
evening to spend a Davenport. ever played part '
\ AvenueV .Phone No.; 245 .,
father, who lives at Florida. Darlington n : ..

did':; pile on of the burning'Sugar ties'-across Belt railroad the was.Barze in fine who form pitched He gave for.the upon locals only, .oo".oo... ." .." "" ."" .... . tt '.'" ....., t.e.. .! ... ,. 1'Jj.!i it.

.,.,:: Mrs.J. H. Bryan ad' after noon .Wednesday caused two. hits and! 'the' locals' ,played ,airtight "--- .. .', '!., ",'*' f.* }5
: leave '!I.-r weeks'; visit with ( saw the blaze and'reported being made and only one Winter Haven .. ', I"

: .northern' ,. ? ,Florida- and, which brought put the fire' .truck ,The player game reaching,'was:'scoreless second..until..theninth v ,. V 1- Write For Catalogue Of .4-c ', :' : /:

J'r \ double-quick'time.' . .. when hits by WillHunter.. 071- j' ,
: !. Misses' Ethel' Gilbert and attendance at the Presbyterian vey and "Walter 'Hunter' scored the "Ti
h'.r'J'J Griffin have returned from school last Sunday was 49' only run of the game. : >
'f''i!' Smyrna, where they spent cent greater than it was a year' The score by Innings follows: CENTRAL BUSINESS :
visiting Miss Griffin's
L The pastor of the church thinks RHE
r.r- school is making corresponding Kissimmee 000000001-191' '
..- W. HJ Brokaw, the Griffing ... in matters of efficiency in its Wtr.Haven000000000--022 Successor* Te KISSIMMftBUSINCSS.SCHOOL, : ;x ,
i L' in this section of If.this be true, it is a splendid. Batteries-Barze and Storey; Del- '

If: '_ by his two children, meter and Haines. fLOlRIDA: t

.f" 'r: ; all Martha of. ,Orlandowere and the Hon. S. S. S. Gilbert furnishings, the genial clothing (Advertisement) COLLEGE or ::

city Thursday.Be gents department S
AS TO MR. WOOD ALL'SSTATEMENTS
: at the Katz store, has been KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA '
"r sure to attend the to his home this week suffer ,

'. '. moonlight excursion Monday, from an' attack of acute indiges I have engaged space in next week's -- ,
t_ Lillie. Good music which siezed him last Sunday
Gazette for to and
;) Valley replying "" '
His condition is said be BERNARD C. ANSTED B.B.S. Pres. l ; : .;
J a. *. simmee Band. Refreshments to correcting G. B. Woodall's erroneous , C ; I ..
4 ; 25 cents. much to the delight of his statements concerning the connection
'''i I' -friends. W. ". DAWES V. PreS. GrMluat University .f Sheffield tag. '. .... .. ;
:-:. of B. E.:..Evans_ (local agent_of theUnited .. t, ? ..
r Mr. and Mrs. S. W. !- -
/States: Department of Agriculture -
Rev. Mr. of Winter AA
& turned Sunday from a trip to Thompson ) with my farming operations. .f ,
filled the of the Metho-
>. ; and other points in the pulpit "
Space for said reply will be paid '
, church last Years Teachers of
also visited their old home at Sunday in the absence fon at advertising rates-or so many 20 Experienceas .
the Rev S. W. Lawler, pastor of
Nebraska.J. cents -line. Justice to Mr. vane
'. '.... church, who la enjoying a short makes per this course necessary. ALL COMMERCIAL BRANCHES:
" W. Prentis went to Tampa in North Carolina. There Mr. Woodall would be answered this
day to attend a meeting on be no preaching at the church
.r- week if my time had not been overwhelmed Splendid Equipment, Lowest. RatesEndorsed ,
; of the managers of the various Sunday, but the following Sun- with other duties. '" '
' .. growers associations affiliated the Rev. Mr. Lawler will be here, W. J. FRIPP. By Boards of Trade and EducationSpecial '
the Florida Citrus Exchange. resume his duties again. .
:: Courses in and Elocution "
I' W. I. Barber has sold his Southern Lumberman in a re GEORGIA 'MAN ISRESCUEDJN Spanish i- y, ..
galow home on Clyde avenue issue contained a two column ar- JI x''
.2i;. ;"'. Wilton Aldarman. Mr. Barber in regard to the new cypress : TIME
:v yet decided where he will brick which is manufactured L
'..'"".' the transfer is made on the a local company now being formed. I ? n
I August. ie the brick invented by J. Wade I Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself JIIIBUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL! : :,

t:;. :t Mrs. M. P. Sell mer left 1 of the Everglades cypress Restored After Ills Physicians ti
and Which is tent
night for Washington, D. C.. ; now being Failed.T. = =
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' : .> she will visit a daughter and in the streets of Kissimmee at the A. Lewis, who, lives,, out on Route = :$ ,. ",.
'; v_ to Altoona, Pa., to make her of Broadway and F.tn- 8. Woodstock Ga.was the victim of =
j ', F with another daughter.See street.- stomach trouble for a long time. He H Thirty Cehfeworth I -- =
; 1' tried the treatments'of many doctors.
: Marshal Overstreet found sev .....
" % Dr. Davis, optometrist H. tried all sort of remedies. = == > c. '.
,;' i home .office, Park Hotel few dead horses and cows in the west- His sufferings were a serious handicap = -= .f'; "''''
' ,, ; ] glasses for poor vision _or limits of the city during the - Work guaranteed, prices week and had them taken outside Then be tried Mayr'. Wonderful ; : J.t
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f; *. Sl-2t the"city and properly buried. There Remedy Just as it always does the qf window glass e ;: l'
a(1. $ a stringent city ordinance against first dose proved to him what couldbe
: Charles L Persons, of Buena dead animals to He about done for his ailment lie took the ruined : : ,',
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:-i,it Ga., arrived Sunday and will the city limits and Marshal full treatment; then wrote: has ,- ", :, ?
T : dated with his brother, G. declares that if he can lo "I have taken your wonderful remedy .: ' ,
V. : sons, in the conduct of the the parties responsible they.will and am feeling better than I have = worth of eyes. Are 1 -1; '
:. ,.f,1t. it store. haled before{ the Mayor's court for Celt in four years."Your If
' !VvV"*I, In the future he declares remedy doe last what you yours valuable to ? s\ ' ; .: ,'" //r ,
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. : Mrs. Walter Moody, of he will enforce this ordinance- claim it will do. you '''''' Y
"< : : Fla.:, is the guest of her aunt letter. "I tried. several, doctor*; == -\C".... ":
: J. Z. Roberson. Mrs. 'W. H. did I am glad that Consult COLE'the ;0.jfrtometrist ;
me -no good : t'
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d f ; and baby of Goulds, Fla., also During'the'beavy rainfall of,Tues have 'found your:..wonderful remedy. "'o>t ._' ... : I_ 1
f of Mrs Roberson, is also her i afternoon the atmosphere was I. have recommended V n it to. a, 'Ddiss'Matt1, I ',''charged with electridt."? and ml' neighbor who need it." ,' ,.' v =.' \.'. ... *:: ... ,.. 1, ".
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' -.L:, Bandy left .' = ;' t ,: <'. .;1 "*h> aE -
g of the "juice in some manner Wonderful B medy givespermanent ;1 : ;y 'r'" .
Mayrs ; .
, ::M: l Hendersonville, N. C.,. the burglar alarm of the Citi result for;stomach,,liver ._,'". ,'on'''' ,..,....,. .,.) u"." .....'. -Ft-.. 4' ) ,1'j
. will 'spend several-weeks.! Bank*and the big gon&.toeated and intestinal ailment.'. Eat; aa much >' "
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: ; ; wil> go'to-New..York'.and ;; !'the .aide'' of' the. building -waa set I and whatever :you liken .No more distress '
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f,2'}, RI i ; Kissimmee'in. the. .,,fall.. '' 11- 1/ << at merry rate.il It waa some time after eating, pressure of gas In 'j Cole. 'Jewelry ,Co: :
'.;y..;< : '",".'Miss'' Mollie Bobbins has ,.\he gong could be stopped and the'.itomach and around,the heart. .
:- ".::,r. ; .. : : to her borne- in KJa.lmmee,'after ,crowds'',huddled' together;: under Get one bottle of.your.druggist now -" .. '. . '. q
"-'if r. ; week' or ten 'and.in''doorways to.escape and try it on an absolute guarantee E
a'atapof a
,: .. Jacksonville In& visiting friends. ; heavy downpour.were given quite. : if not satisfactory,money' 'will, be-. ,,re-,
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Co ;THRASHER : ' erection'; of vatsand ''the supervision "
,*, .. : AND fast as Uritory is cleansed the quarantine -

? 'r (SHEET METAL: .W() KEa MEW FLORIDA GAME LAW { owners is ia removed:.the.,community from it: and thus, stock enabled ; ',- ... ..

Steel Ceiling a Specialty" to. market their cattle, on an i ,

rfcOB.* 14R KUnlminee, FUit" equal tooting" with. stock. ..from has other already > 'You 'Ought 'Toflave: :This
4 Yt I iITPROVJIONSEXPLAINEDIna ;, $ : sections of the eountry.. As h
"I + ; :, been said'263.288, spqare miles .
. /: have ben freed in this way ainee the Protection
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Times-Union b." issued t.6 'any6n. who ha 'not. in addition much useful work has
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; r ;;DENTIST: : ator J. M. Gornto authoi1 of the newpme been a resident of the county for the been don. Within In area fifteen still under If iuar-the Where ar"*'you'k.eping'' your'yalu.If ;% ..,.

Upstairs in Eats Banding law explains ,the,changes,of tbo past six months,. thus it .will be seen antine. maintained years' able. J' '; .
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} rate'of t
same then'you'ar.
k .Offlee, Kenrsf f a. m. to 11 s law a* fOllow.I that transients as well as nonresidents progres shouldTbe free' and + at home or 'office I" ...,
4; **? 1:1. to 1:1' .Po A great deal has been said writtenand of the state must. pay a licenseof the entire country / taking. the risk'of loss by flea or theft.. ,.
believe that
,,':.'I.'I'e NO.-TI "'..ell yr. published about the now game $16 in each ,county, or dono.hunt. there the i*' ner'J"evidence reason.against to the ',tick .. Our Fire and Burglar: Proof ,Vaultassures "g3
as
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S
,
his Positive Protection.
law the governor haying placed ing. Will become
DR. W. ,W. CARSON approval thereto on the 14th lust, Th. new act provides that county and piles, op 'proJ1:8I'rapid.: It'can.. hot be more too Safe Deposit Boxes.for rent ,

but as Its provisions mar not yet be judges shall retain of the money.... l rapid more for the good of the 'enUre'io11ntry. ,- $1.00 and $4.00 per.year.4 .- #. e
.
DENTIST neraJly understood and as it maybe calved by them for license 25 cents .
Building some time before the general laws for each resident county: license; 60 Per, Cent.,; Interest Paid .on ;

: Office Oft-lee over Hours Pilley: I-IS. -IOfHoe are published, cs the author of the cents for each non-resident county ....0......... .... ..... .. Saving Accounts.I .. .r
; <*' 'Phone 111 Residence Thome II bill I will appreciate the publicationof license and $1 for each non-resident .
Oaa Administered for Bxtraotlon of the following brief outline of tho license and that they shall pay to the 0 HOW TO MAKE AND KEEP 0 ,

hl 4 Teeth act: county game warden 26 cents 50 0 THE ROADS SMOOTH. L ."
' 'J The first eighteen sections of the 1 cents and $3 for such )licenses respectively 0 .
new law are practically the same as l paying the balance Into the ..... ........ . .. .... ....
' T. M. RIVERS. M. D. the old law; the most important county treasury, to the credit of the CITIZENS BANK KISSIMMEE
' change! therein being the ownershipand county school fund. The traffic on earth and gravel OF
, *1. ; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON title to all wild birds and game in All blank licenses and other road ha a constant tendency to develop N
printed chuck hole and depressions. -
the state is vested in the respective ruts,
Office over Osceela Pharmacy for the purpose of regula- matter necessary to carry out the provisions The chief aim and purpose of ' TRMTMENTiT j
eountie.1 I SUPERIOR SERVIC COURTEOUS Tn.
of the act shall be furnishedby
t'
this
i s' 'Phone Residence II tlorr and use; the open season for road maintenance is to prevent
+* Office 14*. squirrels now begin. October 1 and the respective boards of county destructive action. To be successfuland ., .
commissioners and in such form
upon road maintenance must
March 1st and efficient,
runs to the following ,
as shall be recommended by the attorney continuous. Haphazard DIRECTORS Ica,
and :
the open season on birds, turkeys and be systematic;

i, deer begins November 20 and runs duty It Is general made to of immediately the state whose make work. is expensive and. un ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON : ; ,

CEO. F. PABEItATTORNEYATLAW to following March 10. up such forms the same to be uniform satisfactory.If the road; is rough or unevenor W. GUSTUS \*',
Jff* Under the new law there are three 1 very W. HILL J. K. HILLIARD A. .
the state and furnish
throughout the low the road machine -
grades or kinds of hunters' license crown very .
provided for, all of which must be copies to the respective boards. or grader is very efficient for 'I .
/li I IF. .-II
It is also provided that immediatelyupon One must guard ,
Collections and Conveyances issued in the county in which the placing it in shape. t
r1 hunting is done. They are resident the passage and approval of the however against the all too common "

S 111 Specialties I.. BroadwarG. county county license license, costing costing 11; nonresident $3; nonresident -- several act the county counties commissioners shall employ of a the fit practice vegetable of matter scraping and the refuse sod and from other the ::::::::: ','."U:cxcx::::::: :: : : Yt '

f license, costing $15. The and competent person, resident of the side and ditches on to the road. In ,: ,

first two apply to actual residents county, as county game warden fixing general on clay and heavy soil roads --- ,t'
F. KRIBBSAiTORNEYATLAW of the state and the other to non- his salary at not less than $100''nor all vegetable or spongy material
residents of the state. more than $600 per annum the samepayable should be carefully excluded. Such C. A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary+;;; efc
!r ; Under the old law any resident of out of the fine and forfeiture materials absorb moisture readily and

Vzamlnatlon of Title. a Bp.cl Hy.Notlfleetlon the state by obtaining in any countyat fund. Such warden shall enter intoa furnish but little resistance against Carsoitl"I
r ". and Payment of taxee oft a cost of only $3 a state licensewas good bond in the sum of $1,000, con- wear. The road surface should be The Waters &
; , noii'reildente given. careful permitted to hunt in every countyin ditioned for the faithful performanceof built up with the best matterlol possible l- ; !
Ned attention.Kleelmmee. the state and under this provision the duties enjoined upon him. Such -material which will pack and con- I "
r Fla. many non-residents of the state ob- warden is required to appoint a dep- solidate under traffic and which will

tained the same privilege by going uty in each precenct if necessary to be as nearly water-proof as possibleand
into some county in which they were enforce the lay and protect the game, will wear uniformly. Grocery Company 1
?t' Pat Johnston O. P. OarreM unknown and claiming to be citizensof such deputy to be paid by the county In general the road machine or I ,.

JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW the state, but under the new lawit warden out of his salary fees and grader should be used in the spring of
will be rather difficult to do this commissions.The the year while the ground is moist ,(1; k

11i" for und r its provisions a resident of county game wardens first em- and in such condition that it will work Wholesale and Retail Dealer in r. : (,,1
,& Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank the stale desiring to hunt in a county ployed shall remain such until Tues- easily and at the same time pack well .
Building other than the one in which he resides day after the first Monday in Janu- under passing traffic. Considerableskill J :

KlMlmmee. Fla. in addition to filing with the ary, 1917, unless sooner removed for and judgment is required to use GROCERIES ;,
county judge of the county in whichhe cause; their successors as well as all the road grader to the best advan- :

,n.. I Ik'Y desires to hunt his application for i future game wardens shall be employed tage. An unskilled and careless operator t jt .
hunter's license must also file with I upon the recommendation of the will sometimes actually leave
) Louis C. IfasscyLate T. Picton Warlow such certificate of the in the the road in a worse condition than -, ,
) Couneel. for Judge of the county judge a ] people as expressed primary
f Fla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Court county judge of the county in whichhe elections thus placing\' the selectionof when he began work. Do not scrape }
sod and refuse into the road. Good <04000440< < < < < < < <0> 4040044< < < < < < 4444004440440000< < < < < < < < < ;:
MASSEY & WARLOW resides Rtatinpr that such applicant such wardens directly in the hands
is a bona tide resident of the state and of the people of the several counties. earth is far better as it will not decay <4 00)0- o i.
' ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS absorb moisture rftidily. Do -0- WE SELL <0 4 WE BUY: O' t t0
nor so :
,. of that particular county in which the As the act is now a law the sev-
t .. AT LAWPractice not be guilty of the too common practice - 00) 4 O I'
Y of the Blattyt application l is filed will have to be regarded eral boards of county commissioners ,
In all the courts 4< 0" .
of leaving a windrow of clods or -0HAY <0
and of the United Slate.. also beforethe as non-residents of the state should at once employ the game war- O' ,:>
r,4 Florida Railroad Commlaalon. and and required to pay $15 before the den so that the actual enforcement loose earth along the middle of your 0 <0 -4 HIDES
i \.. the Interstate Commerce. Commleaton.. license can be issued.To of the law may be commenced, for bya road to impede traffic and absorb wa- -0- GRAIN 0 0 0 b.0 ;; :
. 11-14 Charleston Bldg.Orlando. ter at the first rain. Leave the roads < 0 -0FURS ., '
; either resident enforcement of the the
Fla. ..-lyr. procure a countyor proper aw
'1 a non-resident county license a game will be protected, the several smooth over the entire surface and the <4 FERTILIZERS oOo" ..r
grader wilt spread and be less likely 0 <0 0 WOOL 0'fI'
5.Jl.. .4- person most have been a bonafide citi- counties benefited financially and the ,.
I! ., , to produce ruts. Always use the 4 SIIINGLES oOo. .
zen of the state for the past 12 continuance of the law assured.
, :q ', ',,4 .'' DR. M. J. HICKS months; a resident county license can J. M. Gornto.Florida's grader in such a way as to make the 0 <0 <4 AND Os "
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'} road better and not worse for the pass 0 ORANGE. BOXES <0> !
'Ii. i iF I'' ing trafgc. 0 <4 .. 'AU O

? PHYSICIAN and SURGEON When the road has been placed in + ORANGE WRAPS, OO .

1'v. Office State Bank Building Loss From Ticks good condition as to crown and 0 COUNTRY a...
i I smoothness the road drag is the best 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 "'vPRODUCE ;;\I;
'Phones: Office 41 tool for maintaining it in that condi- 0 0 0 4'!"'-"
? Residence
: Mt \ ;., .J tion. Drag the road after each rain 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0f'
't" After an eight months' fight the I in which the price was below $40. while the surface is still moist but not 0 0 0.'

1" ,). foot and mouth disease has been prac- 1 In North Carolina South Carolina, sticky, Use a light drag and move 000040 . 40000 0-0: 0000000000000000: '( :; .
J. W. THOMPSON tically stamped out and the dangerof Georgia Florida Louisiana, and Ar- only a very little earth-just enonghto

,\ liLB3t another great destructive animal k.1nsall1 more or less tick-infested fill the ruts and depressions and We tell field and garden *eed: of all inxk. ( '
"' plague averted. For this the country -the average price was below $80. leave a slight surplus if the crown is .1p'u
"110" Wi give special attention to fitting out.bunting and camping artia. .
FUNERAL DIRECTORand has reason to be thankful, for American Such differences are too strikingto low. Ride on the drag and shift your : :
live stock already suffers from be ignored. They represent an an- position according to the amount of Free delivery in city limit "Phone No. 12. / 4 '>x .

-, :. disease to an extent of which few persona nual loss to the farmers of the Southof earth necessary to be moved. If the We are county agent for good fertilizer Ask ui for circular and prices j'; : Sii:

4 .ft*- LICENSED EMBALMES" are fully aware. Hog cholera millions of dollars. The Georgia rain has been of long duration it maybe on fertilizer :. ,
L ... ., '" tuberculosis and the cattle tick cause farmer may expect to receive $18 for advisable to drag the road twice '.A-r,. ,," '
: .Jf.
,- Store and Chapel Stewart AT. an annual loss to the country which his beef animal the Ohio*farmer $fib, first very soon after the rain and '
.
IS ':,;' ; .. .." ..",_ . reaches so high into the.millions of Kentucky Kansas 'and Indian. 'men again-when the'clay is. drying out : . ::1If'. ,
',. .V"-, \ ",.;r ,f ; 8is.lmm.. Via. dollors that I Jit is almost 'impossible $54. For the ten tick-infested States or beginning to set' ., ,""''I. .'
,r ,: > ''... t.., t,' . even' for trained statisticians to estimate North and South< Carolina Georgia, /( Do pot' drag a dry.road. Successful : : '
... .i'f' ,-t\ : '
dragging Is depeJdent'upon a certain J. '
It. 'The direct loss In death Alabama Mississippi Florida Louisiana "
P.'A. Vane Arntw VT. B. Crawfer- can be computed: 'with reasonable accuracy ArkansasOklahoma and Texas amount of, water moisture. in '
which the road ..w1aee.PraetieaU, all clay T'h' of the worldare 1'
: but. the indirect losses the general average is $25.90-'for' ;
VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW agriculture in all its branches suffer the remainder of the country; it is and most worked .not too sandy will eyes ,
whenever and kherever there is a scar- $48.47. In considering these figuresit puddle if when wet, and on >
I' ity of stock cannot be reckoned at all. must be borne in mind that many drying out will set very hard. The .
Offices 8-4-6-6 Citizens Bank
# : Building Hog cholera and tuberculosis prevail of the States in the tick country; lrag in connection with traffic is es- the who .;.
,. hroughout the country; cattle have coeeded in freing large areas sentialy a puddling machine which on man :
) r Kleelmnee. Yleda ticks are confined to one section-the from the pest Otherwise the differences when properly used leaves th. road ,
South. Hog cholera and tuberculosis in values undoubtedly} ,. wounld surface crowned and covered with a oj

present problems which science has be much A great deal of smooth. layer of puddled and denselypacked L'-i-
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW lreater.
not yet thoroughly solved; cattle tick North.n Carolina for instance soiL This layer is as nearly I .
; already have been eliminated in an is as fro from ticks as Ohioor Impervious-to water as is possible to .i 'i
t area of more than 253,288square miles Indiana. Oklahoma also has grap- make it. Following rains find littleor :
,
l i i '' Waring Building. and can be eliminated in the rest of pled so vigorously with the pest and no place for lodgement, as the wa- SAVESPAUSE :\""{
J' 1a the infested territory whenever the has cleaned so much of its teritory; ter quickly runs off to the side ditches. t.-- .,
1 \ people really determine to rid them- that the average value for cattle has Unles the rain is long continued the ...
selves of the pest. risen to $42 a head. In Florida on road surface is not softened to any I ...
w i; When In Need of a It is no secret that the amount of the other hand, where no systematicwork great depth. The prompt use of the ,
live stock in the country by no means has yet been done the drag : rain leaves the surface -
,{ ; as av-_ smooth
VETERINARY SURGEON
t'r i and 'ready to withstand .. :
; has kept pace with the growth of the erage is $18. i
r .r Ye' : f -Call For- population. For many years it has One reason for the low averege of the next storm.Therefore '

t- ,, : 4.4. A. F. RICHMOND actually decreased, and although the the disastrous effect of the tick upon to make your road smoth for a moment man :;M
official figures for January 1, 1915 all attempts to improve the breed. use a road machine or grader to put young :
'r Horse dipped. II and
up show a slight increase over the cor- Pure-bred stock imported for breed- it in proper shape on the spring of the self The"
thought to
'v Longhman Road responding ones for 1914, this 'in- ing purposes are exposed to such dan- year. To keep your road sAiooth use a ;
"+1 .j1 'J"boae ll-l Klwlmnee. FlaI is far from the the road drag judiciously after each '
i crease proportionateto ger of death from tick fever that its
confront
that in population. The price of not sound business to incur the risk. rain. This& will keep an earth or gravel problems that you now, or :
; t meat has risen steadily and the future Producers are, therefore, compelled road in the best shape in which it

I Robert Riedel of the country's supply has become to do the best they can with the nat- possible to maintain it throughoutthe will a few years hence.

a matter of grave concern. ive cattle which hate acquired a <. er- year .
Greater production of live stork tain degree of immunity. There is -
"s s CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP upon the farms undoubtedly wouldgo no profit in scrubs is" an old cattle WE OPPOSE POCKETSFOR Look about 701--tkr.e. of affair ia cooatry, state; aatioa-ye*,

-.; .;/; Wiadow aad Deer Screen*, Repair This far is toward solving the problem. raiser's maxim and in this connectiona WOMEN fai lie world, are. the ate. w.. started to save early tm fife.
especially true of the South. comparison of average weights of
tit b', ..d Cabiiet Work. In an estimate quoted recently by the beef cattle may be interesting.In 1. Because pockets are not a nat-
t y./ /,_ > ''Phones Shop 216j Residence 237f' Secretary of Agriculture, it was stated Florida on .January 1, 1915. it ural right. They .... tke reaped and confidence of the comKnaity.Tfcea ,r f

9 DarUagtoa Are. Near Freight Depot that the average farm home' in Was 840 pounds; in Wyoming, 985; 2. Because the great majority of r
\ . Georgia produced less than onetwelfth in Idaho,966; in Mlssissippi.838. In women do not want pockets.. If they leek oa tke otker tide--at the foDew*'wke tpead aD tier { f

\ of a beef in the course of a year Mississippi it was 550; in Alabama did they would have them.. uke-they may kave a food time for a while, bat that doe. t.r'
for eash person on it. Instead of 600 in Louisiana 471 in Georgia 419. have
*$ ; 1 producing ; ; I 8. Became whenever women
t ": :* f ri 'MONEY1I beef to sell to tho rest of the Outside of the tick Conneticut had pockets they have not used them.: personality reflect? ;

{; i : '11'. "* TN alsUettT _k_ It.... wrier *.. w*> coQiitrv. the South import much of was the one State country below 600 4. Because women are expected to
}'*; .; ,; -. i t't'-' CONTINENTAL MORTdAUB I what it consumes. pounds.There carry enough thing as It is. withoutthe A dollar. w .. deposited .i. t1s. beak wi8.. tkedeu
I >' f COMPAirr yeei ..a ammM I* .t e _> For this condition of affairs spec are of course other factors additional burden of pocket. .. of an koaerakla .tad. .d.at career. a
pe
' -' tNt. s.r .. ....._ W
leejel hold
>? ; V: "T eeiieeee eta two things responsible- than the tick in the raising of beefin
"" .* ..... eatete. Tlieae 5. Because it-would make dissention .. .. ...: .... T..
p' j. ; '' euy. Tell et" one-crop system of agriculture has the but In view of these Hake year . . ,. a
? %.:; .tyv. __ awn wej will __retePETTET 1 1 South, figures betwen husband and wife as .to
.,;; ;:."' > ,> "rI' ''WItil., Tw., now ben made apparent and there' it is hard to escape from the coneluafon whose pocket* were to be filled ink I book Vrffl pave the wa,.-
.
1' " : .' ...),"-i. COMPANY are many farmer who would gladly that wherever the tick is, teere. 6. Because it would destroy man'
. f t .]dice, LT'ITO_ aLDa cMlcaoo.ulrf available. But in any Bound systemof 1 the value of cattle is low. chivalry toward woman if he did not
agriculture live stock i* indlspenible It folows, WIG that the farmer .
't .
'i0. all he in his
..; .-" "" \. and while the cattle tick flourishes makes little effort to develop this pockets.carry: ., thing Bank
( the production'of cattle is not source of profit-or what would be a :. State
an inviting prospect The grower 'in source of profit under other circum 7. .Because: men are men and womenare

:;'i S.i n BULLOCK a tick-infested country labors acrashing stance Not only does 'he himself women. We should not fly "
In the face of nature *
w" .
handicap. His cattle
weigh directly from the los of income and .
t ai .., less and bring less per pound than indirectly through los of soil fertility, 8.; Because'pocket have been weed : : of KissimmeeCapital ,t te

;:: S ''Rm:\ : 7k. those of his competitor in a.tick.,free -but the whole country suffer. froman by.men to 'carry tobacco, pipes whiskey .
ESTATEINSURANCE and et "
section. '' 'meat flasks chewing gum compromising
inadequate
-' ", '' 1I 1nll"1lU In Alabama and for example this ,reason, suppply.For the Federal COY. letter We see.no reason to ,lUck .7............ .":: ;.... ...,.., . 4' > .._$100,000.00.Rssare ..;, ..

'...- the average Mississippi>> beef on eminent is as vitally interested in: the suppose?women would Use them,more.. ..,.'... ... .. . 'AAA.. .. ..._ 400.000.10oN: ;
.
< ''r tir., the hoof wa.'on.JaD1IDr7 Ij 1915'on work of'tick eradication: as-it is In wisely. "":'-New York Tribune.'.; >Ii'v" -.R'". .,'...';''''"'If .(t":""" '" '.-;'., : -,' .:"" - ... ... .,,
'
., ; / : ly tour cent pound. In Connecticut thesuppression of'.hog, cholera, and 1 .. _>
r. ; tx.tkH (of. Titles a itwas 8.4and'' all <.no tick-free' :: *tatowaa th." ?1: prevention ';of -".'tuberculosis. .*Pittsburgh policewomen"are' '"assign.d '. .... .. A.1 .GtiSON.'Pnit. :: --1..J.t.. .: ... ,, t .>.' '
t .. it M low S cent The .. ... to secret .erdd.worL4: .W ay C : : : : 'Vic.. Pmt
,:'t i=.. ,40. ::, a* average Throughout; the tick:".infested territory ,"-. .JI. -- .... ,.. J.I'
'
iP'ot,', .or,. . "i"07-ec'Ii'I't'Y' ".'." !*. .. f'. price of beef cattle over two-year old ; wherever'the'people1 have voted a -Ostia'. nit U_ .NIt AffIII nt+ awl r '. ' .5.-r'.. ". .._. ''VA."I"J'I'.........._ 2ad..Yie4i. Pmt:. .. "
.. . "t J .' .- ...o.. \ was $20 in.Alabama. and S22 in Mississippi. to"free'themselves from,the tax the ..._ of Ita Solt ........tt_.....LAXA. '" -.01:.'' '"- .,It".,' .A"... '
.'c."Ii . ',;" ". ,.. ..' '. .. ., It ...'f 64 via...Wyoming and I pest..levtM von ;them.'Federal 1In.sp.etoer'ar..aop.raUng'wttk' t T1 SIOM0001NUIa1.bMl.ft.. s.oMIerle4 ., '-.1, ,,y...:w::,, ;"I' ; ROMA_ '.1T lOMA3,.Gu6fet ; i ,.. ..;Q .

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I Chi t f.t "weather),)ibr: this ..w exeaaflng JIOIUI48 I '. .
: $ t washing oat (draining away) the .,.. faw.Ighttrwbea mailed for deHveryta '. 1:0": iI" .' p". I ; '

[ Analysis i Muck staidly accumulatinc adds.,' _, ,the first or,eeeeod sense, nor rrneej Mies; L.a:
a/G7baR .1r
of Florida SoilsBy IIR4VtrAflF
-These are a large 'DaJDber.of such tag tO pounds U weight when mailed :
Imperfectly: drained;tracts of muck for delivery: in saw of the other 1ICIIIl.I' ..) >i Ii r :GUNSMITH 'ormt DAY'AID eNerr 4pp4.N ; '
soil tn'. B. E. 3O3E State ..Chemist. OK .. .,
I" ,; disappointing, partially: ''drained' sadgenertdly'drid l rand,-tirth..eorabl-.d,. BM ia II* '-* FMfe. '"A.rr.S'Iy4CLOUq p-4 4Twad
,
f',{. by evapor-aon,to a form or kind likely: to Injure the person : FLORIDA: 10 DAJCUNQTOK AVL' ,
..:Hundreds : : considerable.extent, still for the want of any pate empUyeo or damage )
J.T' of 'mack soil their : the
analyses of supply of plant"food. On-- Ot drainage soar undecomposed and the nail equipment or other mail matter .
y; from all 1 part of the State bar*..beenf sice. ADd quality of the compost heap same ,olla,',properly, drained by the and not of a character''perishable
.
nade. saw grass mack-pond. muck the credit,of these farmers i* baaed. necessary field ditches, at intervals ot within a period 'reasonably required '. '
''If"':, '. bay. head ''mude..tc:. The physical When the.dairy,cow. the pig,"+the say 105'feet (one-half acre) at'least for transportation and d.U"!')., '. .
:' characteristics vary""considerably depending silo and compost heap which can be three feet deep with fall or slope sufficient : I
r entirely on the greatly enchanced In sis by the mack to drain the soils not less than 'SUMMER HOUSE DRESSES.
or decomposition. Mode .corutantlj pond become more In: evidence In theSouih three feet below'the surface will ins The house furnishings should be
,,, covered with water does. and particularly in Florida abort time (after one or more rainy.seasons chlClllt'edlfith the season; the same as Kind'
" ,:'. t'ot.Muck\ occasionally noteor the problem of rural' credits .com- ) be freed of their superabundance the clothing TOO wear. KEEP HE' Sohie .
V!*,; i the air (partial drainage mercial fertilizer, and crop mortages. of acid and become productive. Instead of heavy rags use small 4 )
\tf :'es and becomes fine grained soil Per- will naturally be settled by the farmer The of phosphate and grass or matting rags which come In '
". .feet drainage will cause any muck bed becoming the lender, and not the borrower potash application after thorough drainage to- pretty colors as well as plain. of Afectt
:, ',? .to. decay, rot or decompose and be- ; the financial master, not the g.therlfith an application of ground Have polished floors and have them ., ,
i ,',*." come a fined Drained garden mould. slave lime stone, will materially hasten the mopped up often with cold water to :.-, ... I
Imperfect drainage will not Muck la Stable and Barn Lota process of decomposing the vegetable freshen the air in the rooms. i. neceuaty. Just-ae'' welt,
The average of all muck soil analy- An economical method of utilizing matter Use the thinnest of white curtains
forming rich
", aea shows as follows: muck.is. to employ it"as a bedding in mould or soil, a condition a impossible productive 1 draped as far back well. possible to let in have the right kind. There
some sunshine
air
as
I Nitrogen (as ammonia) 8.100/. horse and cow stalls to absorb the on partly (shallow) drained murk in I of light delicate as colors.-use_ portieres Iu

.f Phosphoric Acid .___uu 0,180/. liquids, the most valuable portion of which there are no fleld drains to remove Cover all furniture with white linen.or DO difference in pric. Ito
f Potash .........::_...... 0.080/0 the manure.Place the sour, acid waters from the Cray, cover pictures with white
It will be noted that there are .evntyflve six to twelve inches of raw con which should be occupied by living almost transparent gauze. also coverchandeliers. +. ia onlj a matter of. knowing
muck in. each stall, in
fairly )
dry
bacteria and the
times as much nitrogen (am roots of-healthy. wa.r1'where I
which mix acid and
nonla with twice the of phosphate potash plants Use blue shade
), percentage; i in the a or green on lights
for the
phosphoric acid with but little more I proportions given compost Such thoroughly drained soils deep which gives the whole an appearance
potash than found in the sandy soils heap. By this means, ten tons ly ploughed and thoroughly decomposed idol and Inviting. to GET WHAT YOU WAKTDon't .
of first class stabli manure may be _
of theState.. obtained, where one would be, under! (rotted) changed from a peat to Great Britain alone takes 600,000 I'
This great excess of nitrogen when ordinary conditions. ] muck into &OU.Ifill' not suffer for tons of fish from the North Sea annually Be Satisfied
. *:made available by drainage, moisure even in the dryest seasons
proper
secret of ,
.: The a good compost heapor twenty-two pounds per capita.
in
, Florida
deep plowing and culture asalsted though en imperfectly
proper corps
i
( manure heap), particularly in
" drained land do suffer the until you have found it. time and trouble had better t'.;
by phosphoric acid and potash Florida ten to keep the heap moist by concentration To ave you I
s' thus providing the necetary media for not'wet of acid in the soil, by evap- '
and avoid
( ) over.heating- Send Your here first. You will need look further.
f the nitrogenous fer- "fire fang." oration during dry weather thus us come not to any .

*. menteronitrogen forming bacteria), This can be readily accomplished by bringing the acids of the lower soils .'
insures large crops on properly drained breaking down the heap, dampening, to the surface (acids which should be' Orders
and cultivated muck] soils whereinthe and again heaping up. The Sulphateof removed by drainage). I For
nitrifying agencies' of the air, to- Lime (Gypsum) which This problem now confronts the I
gether with properly encouraged bacteria sixty per cent of acid phosphate composessome fanner on much of the irrigated soils I I BEAMS l5he Central Market '
of the West where has been .
have made the supply of nitro- (which by the way is not acid), will drainage ,
- gen available to plant growth. the of dissolved by the irrigation waters, I FIRE ESCAPES
prevent nitrogen
as ammonia
escape -
Nitrogen induces foliage develop- but will absorb it as Sulfate of not being provided with drainage, is CHANNELS i I
ment, hence is largely necessary for Ammonia soluble, but not voiatile. I brought to the surface by evapor- ANGLES AND
; "Ia the Huh of the City. '
ation, where the alkali remains
such crops as cabbage lettuce and The contrary. effect is had by the soon ALL SHAPESBOILER
celery, while potash and phosphatetend use of Lime Carbonate, or Oxide I changing the fields into alkaline bogs, 'Pia ODe 209. IS Broadway w
I of no agricultural value. When '
to produce starch, sugar and seed (burnt lime), or wood ashes, which pro- PLATES i
and to make firm, heavy fruit, that, have a tendency to decompose the I vided with drains this condition is TANK STEEL ...
corrected, and the irrigated land be- .
will bear shipment with less danger
nitrogenous matter and allow it to
of decay. Hence the economy of add- I I escape as ammonia. Hence the appli- comes wonderfully productive.The GALVANIZEDCOP1'EIt I
ing phosphate and potash to much I cation of lime carbonate, or oxide or same thing occurs in Florida AND
soils, except that acid-not alkili-18 the
require- wood ashes to a manure pile is a blunder ZING SHEETS
First. Perfect drainage, to get rid while the application of acid phos- substance that must be gotten rid of.
of stagnant, acid water, and allow i phate-Gypsum (Lime Sulfateand Fortunately with our humid climate TRUSS-nODS
the air to enter the soil to oxide or phosphate, as advisable. with some 60 inches of rain fall, the "COW PEAS"All
rot it. Imperfectly Drained Muck Soils I acids of our muck soils can be rapidly STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL.

Second. An addition of phosphoric There are many instances, particularly -, gotten rid of by washing them out,, i .
acid and pfttash to form a media to in Florida, of imperfectly drained through properly constructed drains, IKONORK the standard varieties ia dock. Will sell you nee quart or
with sufficient tone
aid in the bac- fall or slope.
developing nitrogenous r
the muck soils-tracts adjacent tocanals 'I OF ALL KINDS carload. How many do yea want and where do yen want them .
teria, necessary to make nitrogen or drainA, in which insufficient .- '
available and aid in forming starch, POSTAL LAWS AND delivered ,
lateral or field ditches have been I
ALL HARD WOODS
,|i REGULATIONS
sugar and sed While properly drain- cut. The surface water has been to
ed, deeply plowed muck soil will produce a less degree removed I j I Sec. 458 1-2. On and after Sept. .V
greater or by
1st, 1915, the Postmaster at the mailing LAUNCHES
large without adding phos-
crops the canals drains, while the
or sour, ''
phate or potash, the great excess of acid water in the soil still remains. office may, on payment of 1 cent DORIES AND KILGORE SEED COMPANYPLANT
give the sender of an ordinary
nitrogen, and comparatively, small .
SKIFFS
Frequently this land becomes dry <
of and of Fourth Class mail a reiept thereof. crrr FLORIDA. ;
amount potash phosphate, nec- form evaporation though the acids ,
BUILT TO
A postage stamp to cover the chargefor
}jr essarily makes the addition of these '
are not removed. On the ;
contrary
two lements economical and profitable \ the acids are concentrated by this the receipt shall be affixed thereto. ORDER ooooooooooooooo o ooooooo.. oo.oo.o..o.o.. ....... p W
.
and
The address of the addressee
I name -
the in the yield and BOILERS AND
by increase
Such soils fail ''
evaporation. naturally
of the shall be writtenin
* parcel -
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better shipping quality of the vegetables I'I' _
- and fruits. Hence the application to produce cultivated crops. I the receipt by the sender. TANKS BUILT TO
Often an attempt to correct this I I Sec. 454 Fourth class mail matter ORDER
of 500 to 1000 pounds of 16'.6acid
phosphate and 100 to 200 pounds from evaporation, though the acids I shall embrace all other matter, including PUMPS FOR ALL These Books Wil I HelpYouTher 'ILl
''
lime is made. Such application farm and factory products (and
a .... of 50'/ Sulfa. (or Muriate) of Potash an PURPOSES
,' to such soils, not provided with the 'books) not now embraced by law in 1
or 1000 to 2000 pounds of un- necessary field ditches, is but an expedient I either the first or second class, or COMPETENT FORCE + contain dependable information
leached ashes, carrying 6% of potash and of no permanent benefit. I (with the exception of books) in the FOR ROAD WORK rt r fertiWng problems. ) Whoa How What?
and 40% Carbonate of Lime, is an r
The acids naturally continue to form,I AT ALL TIMES They *
economical addition. I answer very question. Twenty yean
Muck As Fertilizer and in a comparatively short time, To Drive Out Malaria PULPING MACHINERY U boiled
neutralize the lime. ucooai down in their contents u it
I|
And Build Up The
The application of sour.,freshly-dug System ALL KINDS
decomposed muck or peat, to sandy There is but one reliable method of,,Take the Old Standard GROVE'S 7.ST is behind Ideal. Fettfluaf and our other brand
soils as fertilizer or amendment, or removing acid from muck soil (slowly TASTELESS TONIC. You know Add Write today-the book are free.
to add humus to a sandy soil, is of decomposing vegetable matter), and what yon are taking, as the formula is .... i+
little or no value. As said by a noted that is by thorough drainage, allowing on every label, skewing it is Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer CoTDtpftO .
the rains to fall down Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form. -
Florida grower, "It is a harmless, upon pass Jacksonville Fit.Misrfirtsj ;
though costly amusement. Such and through the soil, into the drains,II drives out malaria, the 1iII:1'a""r \ '7 \ r'i
raw undecomposed, acid muck, when which must be kept open (even in. ,I Iron builds up the system. SO cents JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .. sf leealAUeeal,ss4 NmtM F<:....

applied to sandy soil, simply dries T I rSt
,,out (carbonizes), its nitrogen dissipates A
, leaving nothing but carbon
. 'I.I (charcole) in the soil. Hence the *
,.4 application of raw sour, undecom- 8O2to'CALIFORNIABOTH
'v -posed muck to ordinary sandy soils '
is not advisable, as it is not econom- \
ical. EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE, ROUTES LONG LIMIT

Muck Composts---Manure For tickets, retervitlons. descriptive literature, and

If newly-dug, raw, acid, undecom- full Information 'phone, wire or write to
posed muck be composted, using 500
pounds of 16% acid phosphate and H. C. BRETNEY.. Florida Pass.n .r Agent i .'
'100 pounds of 50% sulfate (or Muri- LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD

ate) of potash to each cord of wet 134 West Street Bell Phone 1C7) Jacksonville Fla.
Bay ( ,
muck (128 cubic feet), well distributed ,
Let Veur Teur and Arrange Details ri
Us Plan
the the -w. b a
throughout heap, heap kept (
moist (not wet), broken down and
turned several times, in two months
a cord (some thre tons) of excellent 4

manure practical will a few be barrow obtained.loads of Where fresh for the Growers '
!
stable manure added to this heap, will Money ForYourBones Big Money

hasten decomposition, odd nitrifying .
bacteria and aid largely in making '

raw available muck.the inert nitrogen in the We don't mean the bones you are using Who Fo low Buckeye Advice ;

The heap should be kept moist at but we arc in the market for all kinds of ,. ..
d
all timesnot wet). Never allow ito animal bleached
bones including prairie apd
overheat or "fire fang" nor dry The citrus fruit se out If turn the bones. If you have' any to sell write us for
necessary heap, value of the advice given to grove owners by Buckeye Nurseries.

dampen heap it it up.(to cool 1 off) and again '4.e::: 1o" prices and shipping instructions. H has been the growers of late oranges and grapefruit who have made money

The "compost heap" is the ''Bank" -- Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. this season just as the producers of these late kinds have been successful m -"

from which the rench, German, Belgian .4- Jacksonville .- their fruit after
'Dutch and Sweedish farmers Department 20, : Florida getting top figures for year year. '
the best farmers in the world-draw M.act__ ., I.a-t. A..I, sal P-a F.tibanoooo Hundreds cars of late Valencia oranges and of late grapefruit have sold in'

the big Eastern markets during the past sixty days at prices yielding growers

oooooooooooooooo ooo oooooooo oo.oo ooo..ooooooooO O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGet from $3.00 to $5.00 a box on the tree. One day recently a car of grapefruit of _

really inferior quality sold in New York for $5.20 a box. .

Buckeye Nurseries have long contended that under proper marketing conditions
Of This NowIn
a Copy Catalog there could be no over-production in :Florida of late oranges and grapefruit.t

The really remarkable prices secured by .growers .of these late varieties in the
this new big, free catalog is told the story of a nursery that i is founded upon an ideal; a season just ended shows that they have been right. It is little wonder that thereis r
nursery where the idea is fundamental that the Jbatfs of success it laid in a nunery by the nursery com- V
pany three or four years before the purchase qf) the trees by the planter. now a greater demand for Buckeye trees than ever befo're.Every ;

This catalog tells of the care exercised in pleating the seed beds where the root stock is grown; method and policy advocated in the Buckeye Nurseries' catalog has

of the great care taken of the trees while they are in the nursery rows and of the care exercised in the back of it the thirty-five years' experience of the owners of Buckeye Nurseries. 4 '

selection of the budwood. and in the packing and shipping of the trees, and of .the advice and e'-rice It is for this reason that intelligent growers more and more demand Buckeye trees '

rendered by our specialists to the purchasers of our trees. and that even with enormously increased production of these the demand exceeds ,
In a nutshell it tells how the Royalty of the citrus Jajnilyls produced and it gives the history and than
the supply-our advance bookings up to this date are more fifty per cent. t |
lineage of our trees and the particulars of the parent stock.It I .

points out how the proprietors of this nursery came to Florida to plant groves and how their heavier than last year. t 4

study and observation led them to start a nursery that they might plant in their own groves trees of the : The new Buckeye catalog is coming soon-write for it today. ;

purest strain and trees which would show in nursery and grove the aristocracy of their ancestry.

Last year we sold every nursery tree suitable for planting and we could have sold many more. Nurseries "
' This year we know our entire nursery stock will be sold Buckeye

Only a limited ndmber will be fortunate enough to secure Lake Garfield Nursery Co. trees, but

;,i whether or not you secure: any of these trees we want you to have a copy of our catalog--the moat beau 1057 .Citizens Bank 'Building Tampa Florida I
:
tiful in color of any issued and one that by its frankness,clearness and directness will appeal to you. : ,

.., We 'have'not had a_great quantity of these catalogs printed, and we. .are confident that the supplywill '

hardly be sufficient to go around .,


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THE FRIDAY;, J L.1' 2a 1'1 1 _
KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTI 1\\ 1 ! .

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.. I Amount collected: -.__-,..-..-.. '114.12 *o4WPi' or Artn-iOATiow 'POIL'TAX "OTJc.-; 'VLICATIOW ,l.
-, .. J>BHD UND HVTIONUHKKMAI. M. a M.. : .
: Balance lie be collected ...-_-. .M. \ TATVTBB Or Tf15TATM i3me.iirf; t.. ..t...... 11. ... ;xi.05 _
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:Soil Survey, ,9r'the IrtcKan: River ,Area Sub School IMst. No., *- A Or FlORIDA ... at Oslae.v5lI.. .......... 'j''.....
: : To amount assessed ..___ ...... \: S ,, ._. : .. I e \ ....r. I.. .111" c4'i.r4a

Amount collected '1'" ,","--""" -. $3531 Not Ice,I* hereby liven that' 3. 1C ..JI't.: ...."
Itfte CITRUS FRUITS AND TRUCK GARDENING THE CHIEF'INDUSTRIES : I. Hansell. purchaser of a Tax Certlfloate .. . 1
':"'. Balance: 'to be collected" ___ ,;..., ,.J.TO. No. (4 dated the Tth day of July A. IX Notice U'hereby alve-that John W.'.... '
OF THIS SECTION I 3. I. OVJIIRSTRIIJCT: 112 ha flled said Certificate la my of.: Campbell ot Loughman. Florida wh "- Yon ,

'Clerk Circuit Court, flee and baa made application for Tax February 1*. 1t10I..woo... HomstEntry <. '
.
I Oeoeola Florida. Deed to Issue In 'accordance to law. '
'k County: No. OMIT for NBH of BEt xS.i 1 ,
: By JAMES M..JOHNSTON, D C, Bald Certlfloate ''embrace the following RIDUof NBH Section 16, Township a ; i '
w. carrr all the 1e&dlngi Tho planting of both'oranges and low of the Iur"aee. sons. Norfolk land.lyIng and being
i rarletle ot F.... Field and grapefruit are being extended In the and 1* considered: a beter aDd than iuo..rJeu6>KRI> UKDHH or A :;: Th4f"NM7::CT TAXI Th.County Northwest Btate-of Quarter Florida of ,the to-wlt Northeast to make I ,Five-year has Sled notice Proof of to Intention establish t _

Garden Se da that Jiara been. Indian River region according to the the St. Lucle ana, but only a verysmall MHMKHA1, STATUTES Or Quarter NWU of NHJ4) of See claim to the land above described,, be*.

teited and known to be eape report of the soil iurrey of this area, .area of it occur Norfolk tine T11H STATlfl Or FLORIDA tlon Thirty '{SO). Township Twenty-rlv for.'Clerk of Circuit Court, at Klsilmmee -' \ _
SI) South. I' '
< Range Twenty-nine
-
oil and dim ate.P01JLTRY United State Department of Agricul- found chiefly near the water. Hart purchaser of Tax Certificate No. said land .being assessed In the Claimant name a* witnesses ,
117. dated (he 7th day of July A. D. name of Unknown. at the date of IMH Clement T. Sullivan of Loyghman,
ture. The report consists of 47 printed It is used for practically nothing else ance of said certificate.
In Florida. ,
Hit filed said Certificate
has
: page and i* acorn panied by a large but .tho growing of citrus fruit office and ha. made application my for Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Boater O. Hancock of 1.o1I.b..aJj'Iorlda. ,,. '

FEED, colored map showing: the location of With good management. however It Tax Deed to I..u. In accordance to law aooordtng to law tax deed wIll .',1
Said certificate embraces the following Issue thereon on the lib day of August W. F. Sullivan of Loughman. Florida.
$ KUPFLJK8INCVBATOIW the different type of soils found in could be made to produce a numberof A. D 1911.Witne.s'my. ,
land, lying and beingsituate In Osce. Charles-. Lamb of Loughman. Flor.
: :
ETC.CONKKY the area with reference to railroad, crops, uci all vegetable, melons. ola County, State of Florida to-wlti hand and official seal a.t ida. .-
of the 8 mtnole Klsslmmee City Florida, this the tth ROBERT W. DAVIS.! .
Lot Thirty-one (81)) &
L highways. schools, churches, watercourses cantaloupes etc. .
A: PHATT8MKDICIN1CH LAnd & Investment Company's Subdivision day of July, A. D. l'lt.J. 0-Ct Register.NOTICE .. '
etc. The Palm Beach series, of which of Section Thirty-three ( L. OVBR8TREBT "
the sand and the Ilk (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court, Osceolat I' c"
The Indian River area .Includes there are two type, Township Twenty-six (t8accd
Rantte Thirty-one I (II) E .; t -. . County. State of Florida. ] '
of tho three counties of Palm fine sand is also regarded as productive. -
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I WRITE FOR CATAIXKJUK parts -the .official plat 'th.reof.i1led In the ls!
p I AND AVKKKLY IMUCK Beach St Lucle and Brevard. It The soils of thla series occur on office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court NOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR TAXI The Board of County Commissioners *

consists of a narrow strip of the main- the Barrier Island Just Inward from Osceola County, Florida. >KKD UNI>KR SECTION 1174 AND of Osceola County will receive bid up
J LI4TI The said land being assessed In the era GENERAL STATUTES OFTHE to 10 A. M. August 2nd 116, on three '.
land and the Islands along the coast, tbe Coastal Ueach. name of W. A. Stewart at the date of STATIC OF FLORIDA miles more or lees Of vitrified brick

the total area being 341 square miles The third or residuM group of soils Issuance of said certificate. road nine feet wide with concrete curbIng '

218,240 acres. The islands consist Include tbo Gainesville and Park- Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Notice I* hereby given that 8.' H. Specifications may be had by: ap I '
: Oldest established and Larg- or according: to law. tax deed will! Bullock, purchaser of Tax Certificate plying to the Clerk of the Circuit Court: '
est Seed House In Florida mainly of a aeries of low ridges wood series The Gainesville soils Issue thereon on the ttb day of August No. 1170. 1171 and 1171. dated 7th day at Klsslmmee. Florida.
with intervening troughs falling off are derived largely from limestone A. D 116 t'Witnessmy of July. A. D. 1911 has filed said Certificates The Board reserve the right te sodejt -* -
hand and official seal at In my: office and has made application -or reject or all bid'. ,*. e
: F. A. MARTIN SEED CO. to swamps or salt marshes along the and arc used for citrus fruit growingand Klsslmmee City Florida this the 8th for Tax Deed to Issue In accordance *f t( J"L.: OVERSTREBT.jlt .

sounds and lagoon8. The mainland to some extent for vegetables day of July A. n l tt ll. to law. Said certificates embrace ' Clerk Circuit Court.IfOTICB ,

rises from the shore line to a prom- Soils of the Parkwood series occur J. L. OVKRSTRBBT. the following described land lying -! ,
Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola. and In Osceola County '
%, ; 1 I ZOfJ Kauit Bay Street. inent ridge and drops off again to chicly in low. poorly' situated places County Florida. State bJn/lo" : '., to-wlt: DBHU V1DKR Or >>APrLlOATIOBT: SECTIONS' are FOR AND TAX '

) JACKSONVILLE FLOIUDA shallow ponds and flatwoods which Where drained however they' can be (Circuit Court Seal) It-4t Lots;; 21 and 14 of Block C. Lincoln I Sm aBDfBHAI BTATUTBS OV ;. ,

extend Into the Interior. Throughout productive soils. Heights. THIS STATE. Or FLORIDA
> made Into strong
G NOTICK APPLICATION FOR TAXIIRKO Lot. 9 and IS of Block D. Lincoln I

this region truck crops and fruit UNlfKR: aUCTIONS *74 AND Heights "..... Is Hecel.yOs;... thet WIU1,7; ,;, ;:
are practically a!' that are grown.In oooooooooooooooooooooo 07. MBNKRAI 8TATUTK' Or Lot 11 of Block D. Lincoln Heights.The .r.___.. J5ssb.ecI...f.Tax Ce..ua_ -
lands '
said' being assessed In the 0(
addition to the vegetables raised THE STATIC Or FLORIDA n.' T8*. dated 7th day of July A. D., 3
name of B L.. Kensle. B 1... Kensle and $%.
kRUBMYTISM by the farmers for home consumption :t: FACTS tt A Hamilton respectively at the ""11. ha flied said Tax Certificate
CURIOUS Netlr. ls Hereby Cllvea '1'.... J. K. ';'teO of the Issuance of said certificate; .*. my offlce ana h... made application for vI
'J \ string beans are the most Importantof BARK rmrrttmmrr .f Tax Certiarate N. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Tax Deed to l..ue In accordance with *; '

4 ., 'Will cure Rheumatism, Neurali'i the truck crops. The product OtOOOOO'OOOOOOEuropean isaa dated 7th day of July A. U. 1I1J, according to law. tax deed wilt law. Bald CerUflcate embrace the fol

'Headache Crampi ColicI of good quality and Is harvested in has filed said Tax Certificate In my of- issue. thereon on the 9th day of AuguetfA ; lowing described property cltuated la >. 1'
*. Russia has the highest Ice and ha. mad. application for Tax I). 1115. / Osceola County State of Florida, towltj 'JSJ
Sprains, Bruises, Cut, Burns, Old time to bring the highest prices In Birthrate of in the world !Deed to i.uo In accordance with law WUnefcfc my hand ahd official seayalKlsslmn.ec ;; Lots 7 and < of Block 43 of the ,
the northern markets. New York City any country ; Held Certificate embrace. the following City. Florida this 8th day of Town of St. Cl ud. Florida. !
.c Sores Tetter Kin .Worm, Ec-! Setting,: the best Planting is usually Vance[ the lowest. described property situated In Os July. A. P 1816 / The said land being assessed at the ''
etc. Antiseptic Anodyne cools County, State of Florida to-wlt: Circuit Court Seal) date of Issuance of laid certificate la '. ';:@
tems. begun about October 1 and continued Lot 6 of Block 16 of Went Klsslramee J 1* OVKHSTREKT. the name of F Deal. Unless said Certificate }>' .
used internally externally. 25c, until January. The picking begin There are 1,369 Austrians and Hun- The said land being assessed. at the Clerk Circuit Court. Qsceola shall be redeemed according to 10 1J'j

In about 60 day, the last of tbe beans garians, 1,027 Germans and 592 Turksin late of the issuance of said certificate County, State of Florliln law, Tax Deed will Issue thereon on I'''''?
In the name of MKS E. C. BUTTON. Hy JAMKS M: JOHNSTON. I). C. the 7th day of August A. D 1>16. :Jt4 lADMI.MSTHATOHK
LET US HAVE YOUR BILL In FertilIzers the French army. 29
being picked April. Unless saId Certificate ahall be redeemed ItSOTiF. Witness my hand and official seal at ,

WE WILL SURPRISE YOU are useu In largo quuntlteH and as cording to law Tax Deed win issue ,, Klaslmmee City, Florida this 7th day i-" :

the cultvatlon Is all done by hand, The German patent office rejects thereon on the 7th day of August.A. :: OF AI'Pl.lCATfOIV FOR TAXiEIl of July. A D 1916. -
I>. 1916 :: > I M,KH MK<-rfO574 th.<> crop IK an expensive one to grow.In about two thirds of the 45,000 patent Witness my hand and official seal! At i.KNKIt -.T'ATI '1KB, OK THE Court. Osceola Count, State of '
If you want material, we manufac- Rome pIa...'" the grwn fly has proved applications it receives annually. KlKMmmeo City Florida. thIs "111 day ...FA'IK OF yLtiitIlA Florida. '

ture from the stump and ran save you HO HI rlous a pent that tbe crop hasbeen July. A. I>, 1)116j ) By JAMES M. JOHNSTON D C. ;
i. OVIKSTKKI-T; : Clerk (.r'ull. NolicIs. given that O, M. (Circuit Court Seal) 2'-4t j!
; ; money. We Guarantee grade and discontinued The Palm Hearbuiil Because some London Rtrets are too Court (><4iiolii. C'ounly. /State of lIall{ .tur, h"roZ"j Tax Certificate No. 'I,

(;aln"> lie noils are tht ones um-d omnibuses to be FlorhlnHy 70S tinted A U 1 913. han filed
Stand- for motor
; c workmanship to be up to the Ix'HFlH narrow JAMKS M. JOHNSTON n (. Hal'l <'..rlln'III.' I.. niv office and has NOTIE TO IIItLL
!. for Aimed! around vehicles are being tried (Circuit Court Bi-al. ) 29 4t iiniliapplli. >n for Tax I Deed to Issue HEAL ESTATE
arc Citrus fruit growing: IH. bowe> er. with controlling apparatus at each I.n ai.i.onlimcv to law SaId Certificate .. .. .
the most I impoitnnt( industry in the ,"hrII"'H 1 the f..llo"ln"T described land. 'N < (>l HT OF t Ol 1TY Jl-IX.K. ,STATE
C nd !J\O'I'If''', Oil' AI'I'I..a.f\ TAX I) itiK andl, >eliif< situate In Osoeola OK FLORIDA. OfK'ICOLA COUNTY :.
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Yellow Pine Lumber Co. uiea, An OIUMM niovtwis Malliilas 1IKIOI> I'M>KI:: MIC lOTXB74! AMI (''i'>unt>'. Srale ..f Florliln to-wlt "
early a* 18r,li a few miles north 075 4.KM.HAI.:: "''''''1'1 1I.;'4 >KIHK I..I.1 Two Hiiiiiliid TwinH-flve (22D[; ) In re KslMle of France; La.r RHMh* :

I if 'ilum, I'lc' anil whin, raii'-iiurlu It is estimated that the govern' HTA1K. OF K1.0HII .uf. Ih./I.Sinitnolti Land. & I lneHtmeiiti i: >ll.or.Nollie. ",
.: PromptneHS Our Watchword. inent' rand; Canyon game refuse in i <.Tupa. \\ K subrll\ let..,. of Nl'1,. B'HII"iJ; Is h..r..h given to all whom It
Phone 195. Ki iM"i m mN'. Fla. t Jon futilitiesere, developed the AII/OI. ontains about 10,000 :\011.... !. iierebiven fI..t H. ,S.flu. ,..f thN I \\ >"t anil \\' '... of 1 M l 1':>,,, except, iia)' ('Once' Ii. that J Kinorv liush.uanlian as I
j production! of oiuiiKes! becameer' >' now ..., I'urrhaner .,f '1'"" I erf.Inflate I\o H. li HI of waof Sic'tlon. Four (4) ( of Ihe Kntate' of hranres l a- lt '
mportant(. At the present' time the leer I.T1O, doted Till ln. >. of ,'lulv' A 1} l 14\3.lii. 'I ..vfiiKhln, i 1'" ,nt\ ,.Mix '26) South. ", ur JtuHh. Minor will I on the 13th day ,I
.. flleil( paid n'rtl fli nil' '111 inoffli, I' HII'"e. lilrt\ i 13111) innt ,if 'VuHusl A. I) 1W1&, apply. to theluiioriihle } I
I urgent' groves are III Hrevuid (('ounly t and has made lu-iit fir 'lux P..I Tin' .ii'l 1.inilH' hi. 'I IIIK ass'ssd I In tliefiami , T M. Murphy County Judge '
No. 666 first intro- appl :ttiii : ::
]Metal railway ties were uf lTtiKniiwn, : the 1 ilale. of IHHU.IIII III nit
In tho \lilnlly of Hock I/IMKI'] and if> iHHtie III aeer.nco. \\ (Iii 1 1s\\ SHU, I iit for said County, at hi. office .
Switzerland in 1881 since if vahl i.rtiMinti I" HlHHlmmeu "
lined in < In said County at 10
('oroa ami on !Merrills 1 Island! Most (crtltlcHte eliibrniiH' tin' f"llivv. Inifdefirihed I'nUHH Kild eitltliate. shall. be re- II <'li"ck ,\ M.. or as soon thereafter aa .:tII. .
TbU! 1* a prescription prepared etpecUIlTlot which time, they have replaced to a I, propertx Nitunti'd a I I I In t >HI eo i .
i of the orange orchards are on (the .10.) 111.1 ai ulillim' to law. tax deed will lit* iiintter ran: be heard. for authority :I Ito

MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER. y..llo"u",,011 phaxe of t tbe :SI( Iucii' lange extent the wooden ties. 'ountv 11 And 12 l$tAte of .Him>.f.. Mortdn.k A C to A wit.CurnfM lot linn* th, 1,11(1 on I tin I Hth da) uf .tuicuntX Hell, at puhllr or prIvate sale, tht. Il.UUAI ,; :
I Five or six doees will break cue: ., and I I' 1')1 I" rollo" log any wand and on the Norfo'k (tine sand Addition to K Uiptmn-u,' City \\' itti. HH iiihainl .and otldal Heal nt C.uny. to-w'It. .lk '
If taken then .. tonic the Fever will\ not In street in tho cities ., .
: a All tbearlouH t 1)1"8 of noils found nearly every The saId land bt IIIK AHM HHI d Ml the Kiselinrne..11' \> 1"lot Ida thIs the. 8tliiln Block KlKhty-four ((84) of the Florida ,1
"tufn. Il act oo tbe liver better than of Japan tMre is a public oven, where date of Issuance uf HHI| ] CerllM/'iitH In \ "t' JulA I 11 1915! ] Land and jiiiprovenietit, Comp..ny..Ad-
,. Calomel end do* not ripe or sicken. 2c In the urea .liow ',,or, have been found for a small fee, people may have the name of J. W. SIMPSON Unlenii ,K Ircult ,'"urtI"BI/ ) dition to the TOwn of Klnslmmee Clt)'. .''"'"'
to require fertilizers in order to secure said certificate filinll be r'dtf'n..d in" .! i. 'O\KRSTHIRT \\ hlch application will be based upon
the host, results with) oranges their dinner cooked. cording to IAW. Tax l>epd. ,Vlll 11<,.11.' Clerk circuit ('oul.I (8ceola> he petition for such sale now on tile '"Il,
thereon i>n the 7th day of, August, A :->-4t Coutitj Htate of Florida in said Court.
: A variety of mixtures Is used The last boundry monument between I). Itl6ltrieHfl Dated July 16, A. II, 1515. : ,. I
'I be acreage III grapefruit Is being \\' my linnd antI official Healt J. EMORY HUSH.
the United States and Canadahas KlHHlmmee <'ity. Florida thla 7lh :\OTI'E OF ELECTIONIn 3H-6t Uuardlan. .
than .
increased rapidly
even more been set. The work has been day of July A. 1' 1916 .11
t CRAYSTONE i that In oranges. The fruit is grownon for 100 J. L OVKU.STUKtfT, C'ltrk Circuit cornpllatice with I the! law In such'OM5 KOTItK: :
'L intermittmtly :
on
the name noils as I the orange and ing gO-I ('ourt. Oiccoln CiunV htate of i ( made anil proUti It Is herebyiiinut.ceI I

Florida and declared that an election In Ike Ks.t..f.F. I'rrrmti.Notice "rd. ...
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is considered I to be of excellent quality .
will be held NiircooHBee. OnreolaCount '
at
If all the land above the sea Hy IAMKH M JOHNSTON, I> C D.cecee-d. 4
the Duncan and Excellsor being spread uniformly over the world (Circuit C'ourt 1 Kal) 29.4t )'. Florida. Hpeclal Tax: (SchoolDlHtrlct Is hereby given that as the ._ I
TlDuIAi Limes and were No Z, on Monday August 2nd. widow of the above named decedent, C. .',
; ; L .. Pt' *,. i. D. MITE*. HP.i the principal varltles it would form a shell about 660 feet .1 A I> 1916 for the purpoBAof determining F, PrevaiL Hr.. who died Intestate. I
lemons also but not in ISOTK oto' AlM1NIS'lltATOIt., ; "
are grown who shall serve as school trusteesof .
will to the Honor-
thick. present my petition ;:, ,
commercial quantities )For ,Flaml laekara-e.> said district for two years next aft.r ahle T M Murphy the Count Judge ofOsceola .. ,
? Year Round i the election. and to nx the numberof ; frlortda. "t,
Open County at his officeIn
i : which at tlmcons'dered ..
An Industry was one Standard clocks in the Paris obser- .. < ..r'. vf JoBBty Jedar. State ofFlorida. mills. of district school tax to be the Court House In Klsslmmee. Florida -
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us important as that of Osu-rela Coaaitr.la levied andA.collected annually for the
on the lth dsy of August.A .
feet under
kept ninety .
vatory are .tl'ter
re Kafatr said two yearsThe 5.na/t; '
orange growing Is pineapple growing L>. appointment of Commissioners .
ground where the variation in temp CJullasNolloe following were appointed to act
to assign Dower InterestIn .
bow- to all whom my ..
the froze of 1894-1895 Is hereby
During erature has been less than one degreefor .FI.nth; at said election the said estate according
ever. the pineapple crop was completely It may concern 4th day of H H Hull 8. B. Story J. B. Tlndall.Inspectora which time and place all taltr.t, :
several I shall to
years.ExceedinKly 8i-ptvinber A p. 1916. ' apply .
: L.sd.r .f .IIv destroyed and greatly restricted the Honorable: T M Murphy, Judge of I'V., Hill. Clerk Interest may, attend If they deem fl

.4122 JUUISCUITS-.k.. The pineapple fields are now said court. AS Judge of probate, for Done by order of the Boar of Public f ?fler. ,
j.,, a .c .k.r.. Ltst 0 wp.p..rs. at d..I.p.A delicate electrical apparatus final discharge; aa administrator: of the Instruction. Osceola County this 14th SARAH ,. PREVATT.

confined to what is known as Pine- ban been perfected for measuring ...tate of Peter (Julias deceased : and day of June A. D. 116 I

... apple ridge. extending from a few the brightness of a star, the that at the same time I will pre.ent to \v. C. BASS. Chairman. NOTICE FOR BIDS
miles north of Fort Pierce to the St the said court my final account as Attest:
variation of moonlight and other administrator of said estate, and ask
t ,. V : M.d. I., Fleilds. N. t..,. l.4.i.y.I.al..d Lucle River and thence along the St. c\-\ for their approval. C. B. YOWELL. Superintendent. I Notice I hereby given that the coun V

S.,.. 04.sat..d r..li. Lucie River to the vicinity Of StuartIn lestial phenomena of light. Dated March 4. A. r).. 1115.N. n.lt ell will meet on Aug. Ird, at f:,10 p. m.
J.a Cr.i Was., 4.. Fl.. C..BRYAN. to receive bids for wood contract, for
: Palm Beach County. Some fields Widely separated settlements In the ea-mo-for-6mo.-ll Administrator. NOTICE Or ATTACHMENT Electric Light and Water-Plant. Said
contract running one year. .. *t
Further south near Gomez Station are Congo Free State have beenlinkedand .... Parties bidding must state price percord .
T. Avere Va. e'er Merarh All \
being abandoned by their owners .on with civilization NOTICE: OF ATTACHMENTIN . figured at full measurement. ,
connected by
a Other *..... I.trr.*itecliNotice >
the ground that the crop does not paya A sufficient bond will be required for &
\yhen buy_ system of wireless telegraphy which TIllS COUNTY TOIIHT OF IIII.I.S- la hereby !given that I. U H faithful performance of contract. S
you profit. During the last few seasons covers 3,000 miles of African jungles. I1OHOK.K (.OIINT1, STATE OKFL.OUIDA. IiiKram. Sheriff of Oaceola County have The council reserve* the right to reject .
however plneaple growing': ha? this day attached certain personalproperty any or all bids. i' '
belonging to Andre Van der This 16th day of July, A. D 115 "
St Lucle soils
been very profitable Dr. K. Hirayama, professor of astronomy CIo... II. Moorkeuse, 1'lalatld Meerach In the County of Osceola, Stat 30-lt J. R GILBERT. City Clerk. :
:: //BREAD are wel adapted to this crop the ridges in the University of Tokio va.J. of Flo.lda. described as followsOne :

being better than the flat lands.A has arrived the United States to K. HaldttB. I>ef...d..t."o Oakland five. passenger car. 1914 I
in J. K. Baldon. Defendant In the abovecause Model! the property of Andre Van der NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR .
liberal Is made of fertilizers
use '
spend two years in research study and all other persons Interested Meersch In the County of Osceola and
tI ; : Ask for the BEST generally!: In two applications amount principally at Yale University. lie State of Florida. I. Ce.rt ef Cevsity Judge. 8.... .fFieri -
; notified that a Writof You are hereby commanded to appear tm. J
ing to a ton more or less. will inspect the observatories oflhis I You Attachment are hereby has. been Issued against before the Judge of the County Courtof In re estate of John Pierce Osceola 1-:;

SOI 1,8 country in search of suggestions for you and your stock of goods at Naroossee. Onceola County: ; Florida ISIS on the 6th county. p ,1.
1s 'W make it Every Grocer sells it The soils of this area may be df>vld- the advancement of astronomicalwork County of Oscrula State of day of Heptember. A. D same be- Notice is hereby given to all whom '?
I InK a Hule Day of said court. to answerIn
has been attached to satIsfy It may that the 20th
Florida concern on day .U
ed into three principal groups' ((1) .. ,
in Japan. the demand of Chas H. Moorhouse an action .f AaJlurnp.ttBmag. In of A. 116, I shall applyto '
; cumulose soils composed chiefly of Plaintiff In the above cause amountingo the sum of Three Hundred Dollar. inwhich fh': 'rotea; ieDT. M Murphy, judge. !l lof

BAKERY decayed vegetable remains which Two Hundred Seventy-four & 42-100 Robert T Cochran and Emma M said court. as Judge of Probate for ,
K. S 11111111111111111111111Legal I ($J74 42) Dollars. Cochran ro-partners doing business as my final discharge as administrator of
O. In soils
have accumulated water (2))
,
shall before llobt T Cochran & Co of the City ofNew
: Now unless you appear the estate of John Pierce deceased; .(
composed of unconsolidated marine the County Court In and Oroh-"I L I : ; and the said Andre Van derAleerach
Material chiefly quartz sand and fragments of HillsborouBrh State ., iilalntlffs la defendant to said court my final accounts asadministrator
Herein fall not
aforesaid on the first Monday In Sep- of said estate and ask :
,
.
of sea shells; I'nd ((3)) residualor eraher; : A F> 1S15, judgment will be or judgment will be glen against you for their approval. .,

partly residual soils continuing t Advertisemenis rendered against you and your property by defaultJune 23., 1015 Dated May II.: A. D. 116
derived from underlying rock sold for above IndebtednessDated W. B. CRAWFORD. -r
matter INOItAM.
L 11
this 29th day of June, A. D Administrator. .
Fresh through processes of weathering .1111111111111111111111111 1916.I Sheriff of Osceola FlorIda.County. 11-11-lq-14-1'-41 ,;?

The f'rst, or cumulose group Is represented HIL.BURN A
I'r:
: J I. OVERSTREET
I gt Attorneys ; Plaintiff. NOTIG POE ITBLITATIOX
which I ncluues NTATKMBNT
T Water Fish by inirclt Clerk of County Court. .
Salt Out"eola Florida .
some peat The areas of typical County Department of the I.terler V. n. l.mmiOffice ,
MHile iiniler Section 32, Chapter 5996jHwH OIIUKH KOIl PUBLICATION. (County Court H..B1)l1 .
uurk are found In long narow sloughs I at si..avilie. Florida. ..
uf Klorldn sh.wlng the amount v JAMES M JOHNSTON. D. C "
Daily In all parts of the urea and In larger uf tHXet:* hnrKed to the Tax Collector: I. (Irevlt VaseS State of Florida. LEWIS 6 BRYAN July IT N.107. lin.Serial ..... .
ereBtk Judicial Urolt.Ik 0..1. for PlaIntiff. 2'-9t
and lakeu When of Mceolii Count>. Florida. to ho collect Attorney
saw-grass ponds .... .
(
*' thoroughly drained muck Is a valuable ( HPJIOI tloiunent of the same to the < h..eerr. Notice Is hereby given that William
soil for the production of vegeubles Hetiral funils for which taxes havebeen Ruth V. Curtis. Complainant. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. H. ltronson'of Orange Center, Florida.who
AT 503 BROADWAYPHONE5O vsQustave I on January 12 1910. made Homestead -
lev ledAfporltomwmrmt i.
O Curtis. DefendantIt .. Clrceilt r..r', State .f Florida, 5v- Entry No. 0 S07. for 8U of NKV4 l
In the second group of soils. those I of ('ou.7 F.da..J.Iy .. It appearing by affidavit appended to ealh Jadlrial Clrmlt, 0_.'. v....,.. JKV4; of SEt(, Section 21; and NW* o[
tat, 11111\ IWiJ. Section II, Township 24 South. '
in above-stated cause
bill filed the Winifred V.
Reep Complainant.
derived from unionsolldateed marine Revenue. that Oustave O: Curtis the defendant vs Range Z8 KasU Tallahassee. Meridian

deposits, Ihe :St' Lucle is the prominent To amount asaeased ------__111,{9614 herein named Is a non-resident of the Edwin L. Reep. Defendant. has filed notice of Intention to makeFlvey..ar '
Amount collected 102921Balance and Is resident of !. Proof. to establish claim to
series comprising more than 30 nnUn late of .Florida, a Chaaeorr. above
the land described before Clerkof
A. ROBBINS Unknown and I. over the age of twen- It appearing! by affidavit filed In the
per cent of the total acreage In the to he collected ______ 896.83eiieral y-one years; It Is therefore ordered above-stated cause that Edwin L. Reep. Circuit Court at Klsslmmee Florida
area. :bt Lucle soils are characterized ", _ _ _ _ _ _ To amount assessed. -.________ 40.0at.60 h" Is to appear to the of the .tate of Florida, and Claimant names as witnesses:
by their white color loose structure __ __ hereby required Thomas Edward Ivey of Orange Cen-
5t' Amount collected un n 11,004.66BalBnce bit! of complaint filed In said cause onor I. a resident of Slngu Upper Burma
-- - and extremely droughty nature. 2nd of India over the age of twentyoneyears. er, Florida. .
before Monday, the day Aug-
Tbe soil material consists almost entirely to be collected _____ 1.0ll.n eat' A. D., 116 otherwise the allega1ons It Is therefore: ordered that ..aldnonresIdent Ida.heron Keen, of Orange Center S.J .. Flor- .5,
County Road- defendant be and Is here-
of pure quartz sand. St. Lucie To amount assessed ________ IS.U'.41 of said bill defendant will be taken a* con- by required to appear to the bill of L. Riles, of Orange Center Florida. }

Amount collected ____ _______ II.U1.90 eased by said be- Ernest J. Keen, of Orange Center .-.'
), Galvanized sand la the soil of what Is known as It I. further ordered that this orderbe complaint filed In said cause on or Florida -'.
rowe Monday, the tth day of September, f
PIneapple Kldgo already mentioned. Balance to be collected _____ 2.<*0.62 published once a week Klsslmmee for eight Va.1-consecutive A. O 1 16. otherwise the allegationsof \I. ROBERT W. DAVIS "'! :
In the '
; Corrugated Aside from Its value for pineapple.. Fine A ForfeitureTo week published In said bill wIlV be taken as confessed 11-6t._ __Register. (

ii this soil is considered worthless although -I amount assessed _________ 2.824.02 lay aid: Quette county, a ne.trp.r.: by said defendant.It NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION .
Amount collected 1.6SI.81 I. further ordered that this order
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and Flat some oranges, grapefruit and I Thl. Jun! .t} A.: l1V.J: 8.rREJilT. be published once a week '"
J. lowering plants may be grown with Balance to be collected -. .___ 224.21 (Seal) : Circuit Court. consecutive weeks I In the v fl'.yel; ua- o..e.t e f the I.......r. V.. .. Lead :Or..
Clerk OaJsirevlII .....
\ Ofes F. 4
Special Publicity sette. a published In said .
phase. of St. Lucie sand, however. 1* By JAMES". JOHNSTON. new.paper ".1,.. 1'?. 1515. : '
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Sheets To amount assessed .____ __ 1.814.01 county and state. <.
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,' ; : Deputy Cleric.O .....1 N.. __ .'
,. onsidered much more productive.It Amount collected ------ 1.69'.81 This June 21st. A. D. 115J .
I ---7' F, KRIBB8.
I f_ OVER8TRBET.Seal .
\ consists of th* characteristic St. ltt
Balance to be collected _____. 224.21 Solicitor for Complainant_ ( ) Clerk Circuit Court Notice Is hereby given that William "
And All Forms of Metal ucle white sand but 1* underlain by Sub School Diet No. 1.- C. E. ROBINSON. L. Sullivan, of Loughman.; Florida, who
\ \ : an orance-yelow sand extending to a To amount assessed _________ 1.88411 NOTICE Or ADMINISTRATOR.'Coejrt Solicitor for Complainant. 27-St on May 10 110 made Homestead '.
Amount collected ____ ______ 1.7766 t r. Fl..I DI8e"'._..) Entry. No. 08191. for W% of NW* .nd ,
'- depth of over three feet. This phase is WH of SWI,(.. Section 26, Township J5

1 ,; l- Roofing found chiefly' on the east slope of the Balance to be collected .. ..__ 111.68 .. .( Ce_tyFlorid J&g.. ... .r NOTICH TO CREDITOR South. Range 27 East Tallahassee S.
L, ridge .of the St. Lucie sand and In Sub School DI.t. No. 2- *. O. e ede) nisity. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention '
To amount .........ed ...... __ 406.82Balance Na r. Estate .( Is Crt .f the Ce;;ty ..... tate to make Five-Tear proof to establish S 5
M .' SIZES AND GAUGES the pineapple district. The strips Amount collected .... ....__ 116.'" Walter B.Sr.. .f ..I...... Oeeeela Ce .ty. claim to tbe land above described be*
; .j 'ALL which bare the yelow subsoil are devoted Notice I* hereby given to all whom In re Estate of John W. Thompson. 'ore Clerk of the Circuit Court at KIsImraee. Ctci?

.4.r't I. -. )' > PROMPT DELIVERY largely' to citrus. frulU. The to be collected ______ .... \tsar concern that r'lb1: : twelfth day To all creditor, legatee*, distribu 'i'i'r.on.. the 2nd day 5 of >*
& > : Sub School DUt. No. ITo D.b.mbes. is shall apply I tees and all person* having claim.ordemand September
sj: **; the) Urfewt sad M4Mt e a.l' St. Lucie fine and could be successfulLy : amount assessed .....____ 1.4'7.1' to the H..orabl. T. )I..Murphy, : .. against said estate: < Claimant; name as witnesses: S

') : used with surface: Irrigation for Amount collected __?._____ 1..4.11 01 said c..rt ae Judge of Pr.b.te. 'or I You. and each of you, are hereby notified Charlie B.Lamb of Loughman., Flor. ,.
l pk 4i-M kI' FlorUa, my discharge ... Administrator of-the and required to present any .4&
: ,: .4.:" some vegetable and ,would probablybe Balance to be collected ____ an." .tat. ef Walter B.... er deceased; claim and demand which yon or Albert Sullitan; of Longhman, FlorHontar A j
: well.raited te the growing ofwatermelon Rub School Diet. No. 4-. and that at the same time I-will prevent either 'of you.' may have against th.estate Ida. .. 5
''J fWk. Metal ProAicts f Co: very . To amount .....884 ..__ _-- 1.1'.1' .to aid Court my final account of. John W. Thompson deo..... .Jobnion .of. Loughman Flor- 94Thnptb4Lalnb.Ot
Amount collected .-.?___-___' 1.I"U.17 aa Administrator ef aid estate cud ask late of Osceola county,. Florida, t. th. Ida. .c. "
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lea expensive. They' an* character-. Balance to be-collected ___ *55.05 Date<< ,3....11 A. D.. tIlL - within. two years from the date . ftP .;
I J ; : Sob School DiaL No. *-. .5 UJCNRY or nina ICDO.AlHOGAN.. S ':ROBERT.. DAVIS. *
.'0( ., lied by the light gray .to grayish: 7. To: .amouat assessed .._ ..:.- '11.11 I............ AdministratOr.N 27t Executor. .I"* '. R.git.r. t' *

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_ % iiepartnentl turda and &m k ......u CWead.
_ : t. Cloud .J' .1.- 'working: at Orlando. auoll ariveter 'a

r ; \ : aatthp... .pant a vkasant*f*. ''LAW'REGBYED.IN! ; CUT the: wlUlla "-"
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: ...... .. . j;. J ..' J/K.J.Hiftiard:- ? . ..: *i jj home 'V-, -'".'.: '*t -' -* . .dJt.NoeI. ;. el, wdt. es
Sundayw- We*, -
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News a\nl. NHt .... af'us""*enJ sr,City" Frons Char:,ipwn. .* 'Mvm.Munii. and Mrs;: WItliaiasctliedon ; ; l 'a EC1T.Y:* PASSED: 'MEASURE .'A receipt: from'the rogiatry department ; $s' .dPfllttq,
-" Mre; Funk Tuesday':afternoon.< V : of' United States- nrf-
Jpeai.h.CarrapondentM \ : MAKES IT A FELONY.TO DRAW any- post
r ; !'\,. '.Alfred.Meyer* and Eddie CarieVwere flee-shall be deemed prima 'fade .evidence
,f: : > H '. . : '. ; guests of> ,,Jack;Hugbyat_din.ner'Sundayc. -; CHECK IN EXCESS.. OF.'FITNDSTO of,th 'actua.1 ; d.J Y8I'jof, such, J1ROCERIES, : 11j
+ ' .: '4 .' ; CREDIT OF.,.YOUR.'ACCOUNTIN notice. , ,
AIJoiti : ;'huvei thUith. for-Avon-by.the-Sea' ,.f f.;; J., Shi, ,.ui) The primary' 'class enjoyed a',plcnlo, ,BANK. :" See. S.'' .''t"tntroducuOh of 'auehunpaid

to .isle'fwf. J: erM r.4.Dale! return. in the 'falU"Ji .. '._ ; : :..-I Saturday 'With their teacher, Mrs. Me-i wz.,.... +.. check draft or order, with.the Free Delivery to'lR Parts ;
.
P 'Morri1l.rrlnd from MountainView '
; : Clain. .They went -wading, played suppletory.. oath of: the payee. or '
I.JI";j:... ;'yditleeslild Mail Cal., last. Thursday to make hi games'and enjoyed music,on the phonograph Local: business1 men and bankers are draweeor,/ his agent, that such check of the city .
aveftt Saturday night and .home in St. Cloud.'He,'' was here, and piano. It I. needles to very much interested inn law which draft or order'was entered for collection :
at Ajfi|. q ,Lake,: They were September when purchased, two I say that they had a fine time and the, has. become-- effective; prohibiting the in due"cour" of; business, and,'
Oft Sunday fcr Margaret McGUl, lots.. He think Florida a.bettor place day will long be remembered by those. drawing and uttering of checks or orders that the.'same'was''returned unpaid,
1th Williams. HarryTodd and lip yadetrburgwhsre to live in than Calif ornia- though be present. : -upon' banb 'Or.. 'Other.' persons hall be deemed prima facie evidenceof . .
all'had .a; pi\Aic say ''California','certainly ,a' fine ,Nellie Barber' spent.';Sunday. VOn when the makers thereof have not sufficient insufficient. funds for ,the payment :.., ....... ..... .. .. ....:
rn iwith",abouttweaiw : state;, Mr.;. Morrill has with blm' an Janette Lawson. 'I, fund on depositwith,, the thereof . :
t >u <* jwh.. '",'._" ': old-fashioned spinning wheel complete ,Mrs. Wetherbee 'returned from the : banks to meet such checks.The new Sec. d. .All"lawc'or parts of'laws in M' TILLER
. '. and I /Mr'William: .'I'attr; have in a bottle,' the. neck'' of which i* less hospital Monday. .JShe I* getting along. law follows: 'i( conflict with this act are hereby ,...- '
/tbe than one-half Inch in dfameter.vThi. nicely'and ,we hope for- her a .speedy Be 1t enacted by the Legislature of |>8aIH' Kcal [state AlJellcy, '
I .Into nu-\:.Thoradyke: : cottage_ on curiosity will have to.. be seen 'to beappreci.ted recovery.. '- ;" : ", ; the state ,of, FloridaSec :!. ..- ,Approved June' d',1015.Nicholas ;
N EW ; '' .
and Is exhibition at ; ------ :
; on' Lonme Hug-hey.and. 'Jim'' Barber ... M "
.J
ttle'grandson; of'Mr1.: ; Rath,onemleV'who the Bon Aithouse./ It.was'mad. by went to St.. Cloud Saturday night >i, Iw.jThat: from and after th. the Christian name of the T Realty bought and sold ,
.t; ." '. has been'quite 111 D. ': C,', SweatW- uncle Mr.r Mer :: Susie malaria' date upon which this act becomes'a' : -t
Miss Belle Is ill with victorius
;Jf" czar-means ; George meansa
'I. ) law. any peraon, acting in his or her \\'f Houses rented ;
''i itnprovingslowt -
raljweek rill's. .; : a.. ; feverXv ,J ;- rock; William a defender and Francis "
MEL ji ',,',;,W.,H.Rowe; and wife started .Tuesday Will Wetherboe and family .vUited own behalf, or as agent' of any person, free ," \ Taxes'paid and Titles verified

j :. CwJOqne1'I vtiitinQ.Mro.shat %:. morning for the north..", They,will home folks Sund.,.-* "'- . firm or corporation, who draws and qTake for noa-reidcnU.. ", *r' I. '. .-*'" ', tt
.. at.St..Peter.bur14'Fla..; spend a few"',;,week*' at*the home of ""Gordon 'Mun".' Aaron Storey .and utters or causes to be drawn and uttered and? "' "
,k O..i their -son Dr.. Av N..Rowe; ;' at .Heron Jim and Earl' Barberassisted any check draft or order In pay Fire Life :Accident'-In. N
f I ..( a business'caller: at > : % Mr. kLJv-Ver-Lax
Lake" M'lnn. and !'win 'vi.ittbelrdauehter..t ment of any goods, ware and merchandise ,
: ,
" surance. rlndemnity
SH e'onBaturd., ,. : i* : Mr.Hulhey-Wednesd.y'at a "fodder ( or'oUlerperlOnal .. ., .r
Lake property, : '
Osakii Minn.: also
; pulling.?' Hugbey served dinner Ponds. "
<<
Mrs: Saturday for ;
Dalby left their sons. .in North Dakota; where Mr. and i inthe evening the- boys were or a moneyconsideration which ,And Feel'' Well . :
; e remainder of tbe summer shall be delivered the faith thereof ,
upon
. Pa.,, Rowe' ,nu look after his'"tarmin-. treated to. aU the ice cream they could .. . ,\
4' \ e.' Then: expect to reBigCumbet terests,' returning to 'St.- Cloud, early eat. ;upon any bank banking house -
October. in.the fall. have nice Wetherbee' lIOn Arm or corporation when. there I Don't suffer from the ill effects of
: ,, They a roomy Mrs: Nellie and Evelyn
;.Morgan .entertained the. bungalow. with all 'modern conveniences Smith called on Mrs. Pearl Tison Monday shah not be at the time ol either drawing -! an inactiveliver:, such ,as headache,
,. C".club,on .Tuesday ter'Ciark ; on PenAsylvania-- avenue, be- afternoon.. and uttering or causing to be indigestion 'constipation- of energy "
'f c.'Y'''";, tween Eighth and Ninth streets and Claude: and Ben Barber, Mrs. Ja. drawn and uttered such check draftor and low spirits when for a little SELECT HOMES' CHOICE' FARMS,\;
..- ..)!JIm / ,'who b iO1men'virzsnd have been yea.round :vitizens though nette Lawson 'Mra. Landon, Mr. and order or at the time of presentment money you can get" a remedy of proved VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE. \ .
,. ... of such check draft or order to merit. GRIGSBY'S IJV-VER-LAX ,
]> .." ref.tine at .Marlett, Mr. Rowe's health has not permitted Mrs. .Lawoli Blanche Lawsonand \ .J
"!, -',' '. rno"yher home ''in St. him' to take part in the-activities of Everett and Evelyn! Smith visitors the drawee thereof for payment or acceptance will get your liver right and let you ,. .a' ,
1 '-. ',J ' were provided that the be enjoy better health and brighter spir :MRS. MARY M J
evening. our lively little city. same BUMMERS .
at the J. G. home
_ .:GEORGE-W., : autos.full,..of"!oun'Kieaim; -W.' Bargessie and daughter, Mrs. . Harvey ,Sundayafternoon. presented in due course sufficient its ,LIV-YER-LAX acts naturallyand 1608 PeaBeld St.'. ; '"1<
FROM /SU s were over on'last Thurs- McDowell reside in this state -Mrt; A: D. Storey has been ill the deposit with such bank, banking I affectively... none of the dangers "
COUNTY! renjoyed dip In out: )lake and are spending a week with Mr. and past week. house person firm or corporation and bad after effects of calomel. One block west of Clyde avenue. .';{
: in theJake front. .1.11'8. E. Schofield. visited in the name of or to the credit of such Sold under an absolute money refund '
,BREVAR and: .Mrs. {Row, left Tuesday Miss Lottie Doolittle has requestedthe Will at the Hughey paternal.wife and baby home Sat.- drawer, to pay such check draft or guarantee at 60c and $1 a bottle. Each (Clyde, the second avenue" west of $.!
Hughey
:". fouvt1; ing;to visit J their,son in Minne- Tribune t 'thank her many friend urday and Sunday. order, and who shall not, within 10 bottle is protected by a likeness of L. court bans )leading south.) ;
.. . days after the giving of K. Grigsby. For sale Osceola f.
r t FARE, "' ; S.i t. for their assistance in winning for her About thirty guests were entertain and receipt by
rev.<'Wt v F.; Kenney has sold hiafrom the second prize in the recent voting ed at the C. M. Smith home Friday- the notice the dishonored herein- Pharmacy. 28-4t i'
)' the canal to.Mrs. IreneI after cause to be i t
I party near contest at the Seminole pharmacy. night at an informal farewell ouch
I! .A el Caas _* tjo. V\ ". I Miss Doolittle 1 i. now at carbondale for Billy Rogerson whol! reception eaves pain the amount check, draft l.
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.'' or1 in - - - - -- - -- '
( order .
current fu.nd.'to
the law- .
'
i'The'Eastern!: Star' gave a social In w
for his home next Monday.
[line 14 : hall 'Thluad Ohio.Mrs. ful holder thereof shall be deemed
their. 'on evenlne'--July Gurden Clark has returned
[and D 16th.: On of the stunt of the even- from a seven weeks' visit with herp.rents .... .... ....... guilty of a felony and noon conviction
I part o: wi. to" the of ., shall be punished by imprisonment in
guess' name lOne in Michigan. Mrs. Clark says j
fof the aring a-few bar played on the the weather was real cool, but that 4 THURMAN CITY 0 the state prison for a period not greater May Lumber Co. .
AW " cards than on e year or by fine not ex-
I T- ext everyone was given she had a delightful trip. 0 ,
_ I''AJ.F.: Bass, is to shake hands with their Messrs. Morgan and Buckley wentto .. ...... .. ... ceedinfl $1,000, or by both such fine '' j
Wholesale. and Retail Dealer !
and '
|now run lOUt: nd.write their names on Tampa on a business trip last Sun- Imprisonment Provided how +
swam Instead rds with ,the left hand day. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drigger of ever, that the provisions of this .act

end 1 of this swam in...and Mr*. O. L. Buck Kissimmee were the week-end guestsof .hall not apply to any person who by YELLOW PINE LUMBER a
nest;; This favored with a piano O"'OOOOO.O..ooooooo.o Mr. and Mrs. Branson and family.Mr. reason of contract or previous course
J'Oa"v, and the on!.Id by'a solo, "A Septem- and Mrs. Ike Lanier were call of contract or previous course of dealing t '
hat U ,will cross ry Mrs P. Morgan. A > SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS 0 ers on Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Acree on had' reason to believe that such Shingles ana( Laths \f
branch line of the tine reading was given b O Monday.Mr. check, draft or order would be paidon
_[railroad about Solo by Mrs. Harriet O'OOOOOtOOOOOOOOO"OOOOOO'wine : and Mrs. James Bronson and presentation.Sec. J
tion.. "The.Nightingsle" Solo family Mr. .and Mrs Thomas Dreggel' 2. The notice of dishonor HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY ., ,
to the rains the creek t
to big up and Mr. and 'Mrs. W. C. Sensiba
In regard /Durham, who pleased so well the mentioned in section 1 of this act,
still
mee to Met /encore. 'sang "A Long Way to nish waters refreshing are baths high to,both which fur- enjoyed a launch ride to Rosalie Sun- shall be in writing and must state AU we ask ii let as figure pi your estimate X
[Times : and young day. On their; way back they stoppedat that the draft
says *y: after dainty refresh- check or order has
and old who them
> Commissionetere all enjoy daily. Messrs. Bronson and Dregger's Courteous Attention aid Prompt Delivery.
served adjourned
of-a letUf the Miss Daisie Rainie, of Stockton, fishing camp on Lake Hatchenaha, i
26th of
fceipt August to celelHopkins.whoe Fla., is visiting, her sister, Mrs. James where they enjoyed a picnic dinner Gees Old Sore. Other Remedies "011'1 Cur*.
( anniversary of Robert Mor- Phone 21 Kissimmee fla. ,
home at Bar L, founder of the Eastern Star. R. Jronson. under the spreading oaks. They returned The wont cam,no matter of bow lone taadint ,
Mr. and'Ml-s. E. L. D. Overstreetleft are cured by the wonderful, old reliable 1>..
home about o'clock ,
: feeling
h,...offer some"rAng bar some fine sweet corn Porter' Antiieptlc Hclln OH. It rlle.....
fording the bu|grown. in St. Cloud by' 'J. Saturday morning for Green that the day had been well spent. Fmim and Hale at the a ji.UBM. tsc.SOc,f IjM wV *tfe **r *>fe "
vided for in l| Springs, where they expect to spend S. Acree delivered a bunch of beef .
several weeks. __ _ ._ ._ Y
i with refereitfa*" such honor been shown Mr. and Mrs. cattle Thursday to Armour &: Co. -- _. H p ,.......
Arthur Alderman of
Isslmmee road filer.In St. Cloud by children Messrs. Seaver, Thurman and Fay
?
near Taft spent.Saturday night with
rticularty en lace called at Edgewater Monday to see
Tuesday evening July
her parents; Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cro-
ther thing he 1;Beck was surprised at the the filling of the silo. M
martie.
jri recommend{ 1'8.K.ufman by the L. T.ar.attention'to I James Bronson has purchased H.
'
Revival services are being held here ,
W. Thurman's barge. '
gathered to held him, celefCompleto by Rev. and Mrs. Cetler. The

'before"you'the buiUollowed ro 4th ;birthda by eame.,. ,A music postcard and ings and so far profitable have proved, and both we hope interesting meet-that .o.O.O'OO..O..O.t.. OOO..- : THE POWER OF COOPERATION a'wJ }! A

\, rmVf4** the evening and pus cake all were too much good 'will be accomplished by LOUGHMAN NEWS ITEMS. fc

-Jr. their labor among us. 0 O .
'
were forty-one chil- Mrs. J. D. Jeffords and little son, ** *+'**0* +' 'O'OO'OOOOI. : \ ;.
'
; : people present. Joaeoh, are spending thisweek with ,. i'
f Dixie business N. McNorton, proprietor Bunker oj; ... _
tLtco'ihere.a prominent the former's parents, )fr. and Mrs. G. :..! r'
'f u fcf' ff.ff- paid a! visit B. WoodalL. Hill grove; was in Kissimmee transacting hg (I. ,

k'l' it : '...G.. W. Penn to St. G. C. Bronson and son, Erlo, and business Monday. Did you"ever stop to think of-the power of co-operation the strength' mcn.have) ;" I''
bring He walked with Harold'Herzberg left Monday for the The Everglades Cypress Co; has be-
.
ese .. avenue-to see ranch. bun the construction of its railroad. when they pull together :

|f yon' delay 4nt., lot., Ho opened his .eyes I. P..Tison nd Rl: L.-Iyey are busily r> Miss France. Pearson of Paola, 'yr,. ,
road In anfuch :when he; sawti'finenewtrel : f Fla., Is '...Itinefriend. here. : i'
engaged in\ preparing carload of .
.(:', get started on.:the lot,'.U,paintedawllnever wood for-shipment.-?;,a...--_."".S ** V1" i Miss i Lulu. Hilton? cashier Loughman ,Take the marketing<< ,of citrus ,fruit; for instanctv-'It! : ,,-R'Ould'be( ( .Impossible' thing i ,

\ r FVHe..wanted to know,who Mrs. G.C.. Bronson i* spending' this .Supply:Co.,',has returned from :. for any;. onc'gl'owep.whoso: groye'contaius but;a fewXacres" : to hire: men 'to_ represent :; fr c ,
':'There *. DO i White"on. hit lot, and;;Mr. week in Kissimmee the guest of Mrs, Georgia, wn re,she-has "been"visiting 'him'1n4tbe 1eadill :markets. :if ould' burden"the" bf' ond cbmmdnltyj; : ,.
Dt to Malboiyformed him that a contractor John Bronson Mabbette'str.et. friends the past-two .weeks. : ;, : << Kyeh : growera! <\.
; on .
,(Con ilty of .the'hou" being there Mrs. A.:R. Dennis and Mrs. I.."P. Mr. Knight,' of. .Pittsburg Pa.; .is orl, >ne.county- employ such; men: in any considerable!number, .of:markets t.to? look ; ".

ught ,.StCloud people were Tison called at the )homes of Mrs. G. bere"having his l nd"deared preparratory '. after;the.sale off their,fni1t.::,'fps;: r 1f tJ"1M.: : : 1jr ,' 7 :.."''I:'V'' :: 'r .r1i : ,,,' -.>J.

.good. However'he was ''very ;p. Woodall and Mrs. .G. C. Bronson. planting' a grove.. 'the coming . I d' .. "- .. ; .. .' .... "
uc "
amueed'to.learn that' his 'wife season. t
91 1 Miss Lucretla Overstreet and Alberta /
"
... ., M....-Pflftrihad planned the 'eree: Anderson spent Tuesday in Kis The Associated'Growers of Loughman' Yet the growers of the entire- state of Florida can engage competent 'salesmen to... f/_'" ro'

IS, Cft ,the owwlooking house 'unbeknown fon another to him.lot. simmee.Mrs.' Alice Jackson, of Florence; bordering have on purchased the railroad tract from of land the look after their Interests In.every city of any size'in the country at a cost' of 'only A, w :" ,

, ct to, spend the winter in St. Ga., is spending some time with-her Everglades Cypress Co., upon which a very few cents a.box. : on the fruit of any. of them. By getting together'in a truly." aF

;. -+ '" coubrin, Miss Grace Rexford.. they expect to build a packing house. co-operative way, the citrus fruit producers market their props: themselves instead b
"?r -+ er TJorbthy" has sold .
+
The school house here is -
..V. her-auto:..; ' a thorough cleaning preparatory undergoing of trusting to commission men and speculators. :- ,.... .: . "
: .; ,Mr.< and -Mrs. M. H: Porter, from for a new coat of paint The contract '" .; ,' I-
"
.;. Xissimmea.. were over on a visit to has been given to Ed. Ivey. M\ Ivey .
It is the same thing in the advertising of Florida fniit. Any one or f
:their son, E: ..-- Lee George Edwards returned lasth' sure when he i I. through with it, it will single community of growers would find the cost of an adequate advertising.cam \ :. ,.,

west Saturday coast.from."" a.bu.ln... trip to the add much pleasure. to both teacher. and paign to be pr hibiJ.ve. But by getting together in the matter with, the growers 'J

vr "' Nine big washtubs full of lemonade -pupils.,Miss Mildred Anderson and brothers -I of other communities in every county of the State, & grove owner may have his b, ':t

x;were consumed last Saturday in one rf ,. Wilbur and Elton were in Kis i PRUDENTIAL fruit advertised all over the country for only a few cents a box. .J w., w ,
Tour-local store. It '
was free, One simmee Wednesday shopping.
boy drank'twenty-two glasses* I IHASTHE '

'r ,RedMrrs.eA: ; ; orqEdandy :" '. !" " "o'1 J-TSTRENGtHOF- Lf The-.Florida Citrus Exchange is a co-operative body. It is entirely controlled 4.

,. E.and$: Josh Ferguson MII'j 0 UNION CENTER 0 GIBRALTAR 11 and managed by the growers' who are its members. Any director representing 'oj 4'

.
y ;drove down to Loughman. I 0 0 them, on the local association board, the Sub-Exchange: board or the central board ( f''s. 4s

.,C 71Agricultural Half and Ed.'Ely Agent Inspected-Evans the, place Wni.i .O.O...... .. . ..... . ... for the State, may be recalled by the growers who elected him, at any time they '

'owned byMr. Ely and Mr..Hall' Paul McKee, of Kissimmee was the. choose. There arc no stockholders in the Exchange and there is no possibility :

?,1. iI't-' .7Tbe'd.nce given bythe" KissimmeeDoysat guest of evening.C H. Funk' .and*. family. Wednesday of profit on its operations any individual except: as he participates in profit- ',
l
-
\\t;<::' '' our aka: front* .much pavilion enjoyed.lostThursdaynight.wa The Misses Call!. and Hattie Turner _-.;.. v.r_FV. fro' able marketing his fruit just as every other member may. ;

jJ \Besidesra'good, crowd of St. Cloudfolks and Glenodine Crowder spen Sundayat 4>- It '

_ :; being: present Mr. and Mrs.: J. D. the G. B. Lawson home. Mis Collie of in the citrus' fruit field is maintained R rk
The sales force by
most
1' !Clarkr Mr. Robert Miss Ruby Pre'vstt leavesthis week for her former E. G. VANS AGNEW, AIL, aggressive any :

:' and several whose names we-do home in Arkansas, where she expect .Valley Gazette Baildiat. the Florida! Citrus Exchange Yet such is the ,power of co-operation that in the a

,not.I.WRummell'aaya know cam over from he Kissimmee.has past year the entire operating expenses for selling purposes was less than ten i, ?

two- and one-half pounds since hee gained returned cents .a box. The Exchange conducts a nation-wide advertising campaign to f-/% *,"*' 1 1

-- to St. Cloud,' and that"be.feels CALOMEL"' ,IS MERCURY IT SICKENS introduce Florida" oranges and grapefruit to the consuming public, yet such is 1 ,
much 'bettor than he has in
a long t
,
individual citrus fruit
the
.time.: : He,returned from'a trip, north the power of co-operation that this advertising costs ; u

aboutjtwo'weekr_ago. DYNAMITE grower only three cents a box.:
LIKE
t5 '0.'L..'.'.Buckmaster leave today ACTS ON, LIVER: :: w t+J
s with J.-W. Smith.who has bron ill for : :
'a long time:for St. Louls.-Mo., where Last year the+Florida Citrus Exchange shipped more than twice as much fruit .. *

he,will.place Mr. Smith in a hospital as any other; marketing agency; ; in the State. It. shipped as much fruit as the r .
The doctor-will Your User Here's my R'taJ'ut.ee-o to any drugstore
then end two weeks "Dodsoa's Um Tom" Starts
,in the clinic of the city getting next and get a BO cent bottle of Doeson's five other largest marketing agencies combined. So that a given amount per 'r lJ! $

;to! all the new methods of medicine Better nil Calomel aD' Doejil Liver Tone. Take a ipooaful tonight box expended by the Exchange for selling and advertising does, more than twice ,. .

fond surgery. ,, Mrs., Buckmaster and sad if it deesa't straighten you much work the same number of cents charged.by othermarketing ., (Y ;, 1 r
Sit right.np and make you feel fine sad as as any agency
her; little daughter will along and Salhati or Uiki,Yoi .
go
.. ,' vigorous! by..mornlngM want :to .much the .sum most oth Now is ;i'
t remain in Sir -Louis for:'about two : --: you go four or five times as as same<< expended, by rs.
.
; 'month*."'The: doctor. leaviJlt'1Ip, : back'to the store and get your money.; and full value for the for selling ?. '
.iCk- the time to join the Exchange get money you pay
Tak.1e"-mor. Liver' Tone la. toe
r , v k., ''tary inspector St. Cloud.Terpenning''writes, ening salivating calomel when bilious ot sale of calomel because it Is real liver your fruit.

t" .' ,"' from CIODsUpa&ed.\ Don't'lose a daTI -work I medicine lrely vegetable, therefore"it ,f.
.. .. \ ''quIcksUverwhich Bot salivate or male sick.I ' "* \
XBowlbig Green Ohio and says )he.xv -: T"Calomel '" 'or caa; you Dod'sop's h.0.... : "vtf
":, pects: to be with'us again In,. the- falL anew Oeeroiis of .: bonea. guaraatee that one spooaful of 7
f .j I, '. .W.l'CYBri.nj'ho arrived her last Calomel",whenAU eomes into .contact LlT' r'.Tone will -p you* sloggUhlivei' .
with sour bile'eruhea into'H. to work aad''clean bow 1 U'of .
your "
1 week from that brew .
l
> save t;ha : ." ..... .: .
feel tbat'; _. bile and constipated ,
and ,his wife are,fme.Setter, that it up. k This is whoa you' : ," C u.5.: xC r'4
AI theyhave.. bought'-a'place and/have nausea sad cramping.- you' are' slug.gl.h'an4"alI'knocked which is clogging yonrvstoaasd making y, as
:t ;ohs deed'recordedtav.utdown- ,_t,,,"'""lI'JOUr fat feel wiserable I guarantee that ; ,'.; . ",'." .
a (
) i' bowels > of-Dodaon-s Urer. wiU '/(<0 -
Orwell' and' nv.v 'is torpid i and eonstipated o : oUle .Tone 't"

I ,f have'their'ploughed.the'groDadand.,house ,started. :. ;AU'.;this you-have headachy'disalaees. coated. beR7OUI'caUse.family feelingDae formo.thsOl..lt1o ( ;k'.i
breath i bad'er-stomach. sour yo.f.bildlwu. 4151. ,
if :
. tongue, ,
J- -was done In. three. days, and that' go- . Dod-I aanBlessf gripe Uk Ito __ _' ? t! .::'. ,
horsalesa does ,
*
,.l. >> .. .. ,;'" ...... ,'.-. .. -,. J. tab a- .-fuI.t.. .. *, ' ood |her' '*A-' > "J '

t "rthLnsC: -',r*.. HendrisIeft- .TartIreeki { ..sao.. "."a I4rar Too*_og afy gWt.6t'I' :. ;. akS. .afoAaUBat'' ..- -r. ....,. ,. ",-. :*. ,.,.I,.,-.. t,';4 .'''r '.,iI.':.ti.1'I'J'I .''',:,''.. . I li 11 .-.1'' *
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oaf> your II eta. "' detnptlon our Iaid: Bot>d*,>'tbi, proceed the east coast route ** r
PROCLAMATIONFjUU avoTh FOR 0"& of said bond. to be expendin', the LOCAL CAiiiEj:. MHJJOH AND)HALF JM voNUS'roTEa the stab hlgb- rr t
For Bonds for retiringresent *ut- paving. grading and curbing of ..erIMn cross
ktandlnglndebtdn M ol "the o00. ofKleelrame streets Iw said City and the retlivmrht Th. bond provide for'
; : *. of approzlmatclr' ll{ *.. of oertala oubtaading Indebtednesses. the western highway, loI e
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Bond -present
: Ag-alnet MAY ATTEND'SES3I0NSOUTHERN IX FLA. .,
line. 1 d' '
E outstanding indebtedness of th* [ ,Raid Bond 1 i to' b* 1sod. uponthe' county
Cif9.oofnpproxlmate
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n" 1-" Klulmm*. r fl$ term. and In the Manner..I'fortlt'lnsaid
"trader and by virtu Gf tk. authority Resolwtion. \ ? I Shlppof; Gr fieMseer,1 ,,
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.......u. (VOTE FOB ONB. The following qualified e'.otowware CATTLEMEN'S jlSSOCIATION" ,
v..t.d In ." >' : Ito following : eI
Cbunotl; erradtnr. 'appointed to verve ass, officers) THAT" AMOUNT OF"MONET': ALREADY i Ii .pending several days the guest
..- tlon .f th. of,the City of Kls For bond for o.,2turob!: :1r said -. hOLD "ANNUALMEING ; ( '
wlmma. 10-wltJ ; 1 *i, curbing- Stewart Avenue ', special eleetlontE.E. ; TO ASSURED FOR 'THE Mr. and Mr*." W.X3.BaiLr Young Ifaj
Gardner and< 3. W.
.estimated J. M.
Street to 1)road war. .Cost $2- McGee '
r' 'A REe06VT101eA forth..yun .,t..'. .. Lilly. Inspector, and, H., 'W.t 3ratton. AT ,BIRMINGHAM BUILDING OF TDE DIXIE HIGH- Shlpp was,'born here several
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_..tJo n providing- "Acafnst Bond.for"gradlnr., paving Cleric.. "' ALA '' "" hls father F B Shippy
: AUGUST 1&V 11 AMD 20. ago,, ,
aho* by th* City of Klsslromee ol and curbing. Stewart Avenue from In witness whereof I bays hereunto WAY' THROUGH' FLORIDA- schools hen 1. -t
Bonds In a certain amount for th* pur bu-Cb.Street, to Broadway. .et my hand a. Mayor of paid City and INTERESTING, PROGRAM AR. principal of'.the ''
poe. of raisins fund for the u.. of : caused the of,, said City. ..MOVEMENT. GROWING. time.; MUs Eleanor Van :iPntor.
r aid elty for th* purpose -of Pay..In VOTH 'FOR 'ONm--: : :' to be hereto axed.-and, the **m. attested RANGED.. v Ortsndo'who al o. formerly ,11ve1 J .{
Uradlnsr and, Curbing; certain street 'For Bond for rradlngpaving: and by this .,,10tb .day .( "*' *"
''aid.. Cltr and *rtain from 'One and,lone, halt million 'dollar Klssimmee accompanied,
Indebtdnesa'0t eurb""'Wabbet Street Stewart July A., Do mfcH. Local 'cattle raiser* will likely be t
utstandlnr of saidQnssllon.of the Avenue to Bermuda Avenue, estimatednowt (s.\) .''irrMAYMayor among',those attendingthe.. annual have been voted by counties along theprouposed' from Orlando, where he ._--. .

.u/ih lssua nes to an' .lx>- $2 i 211.00.Against Bond. for grading1, paving : of of KlMlmme City.Attect \ meeting of the Southern Cattlemen' : Dlxie Highway. route in al day.and. she'will'likh1s. ball!,, t(,, -

qualified electors of said and curbingMabbett* Street. from J. R. GILBERT, Association to be held in Birmingham Florida for the, improvement of :the guest of Mr.'and Mr, Bad no /
el'rt pursuant to Section .10(1 191 Stewart Avenue to Bermuda Aveau Clerk of City of Klsslmmce. ) roads 'the lat 'bond election to b.
,., of the General Statute* of to. State of Ala., August 18, 19 and.20, at which Ot) MCURIOUS +
Florida of UOi. "VOTHi FOR ONE:- A mesobUTioYf it is expected thAt more than''.*' thou reported being"in. Volusia county + ., .. .
y Where**. It Is tt>e Intention of 'th* "For Bond for grading paving and :: the Council has thl* dayconcurrently und cattle raisers and others wiU bin wh.-the voters in-the, DeLand district F\tH': Floh'.
City Council under' the provisions of curbingfrom Clyde' Ave., through Pen- *> Resolution en -decided 'overwh lmingly in favor = +; ;,<
Chapter "*tl. Law of Florida\ Acts off field Big- Ditch on Railroad. titled. "A Resolution providing for the attendance. f",I. -\\.. of bond issue of for + ..' -,;.
'" 111 to require the property, owner ::..rucO Ml .. Issuance, by the Cltrof Klsslmme of Dr. Trait Butler of MembhU.'TenAisecretary ; a 85,000 good e 6 e I sgiaier. 71
abutting certain street, or part of Against Bond for paving; Bond In a certain amount for the pure and treasurer of -the'asso road purpose. The district voting on The belo in the world ... ,
largest
..*, within the city to pare grade and curbingfrom" Clyde venue pose of raising fund for the use of the bonds in Volusia county includes '
' and curb the same. through Penfleld Avenue to Big Ditch aid City for the purpose of Paving, elation write that the program for>i DeLand Lake Helen and Beresford.'' "Czar Kolokol"--th. Greet B ;
A,r And whereas, the City will have to on Railroad Grading and Curbing certain street the meeting has not yet been completed Helen Moscow. It weigh nearlf 200 r
bear lh. entire costs' of such Improvement _' y In said City, and the retirement. of oer Lake went almost solidly for .. 1..lon.r. +" "1
l at the Intersection of the "VOTE! FOR ONm. lain outstanding Indebtednesses of said but that the following; 'mattershave the bonds DeLand by a 6-to 1 vote, '* t {
.treet*, and at least one-thlyd of the For Bond for irradlngpaving" and City, and for the submission of the been definitely arranged;'. and Beresford 2 to 1. new proce originating U.on tier e W.
cost of the remainder of such Improvements curbing Church Street from Stewart. question. of such Issuance to an election Fire sessions of the ulOCiadonforbusln."i l B'l"steel i* produced which I"1. J brie| r
Dade voted time r d
; Avenue to Main Street estimated cost of the qualified elector of the said county some ago
And where... In order to provide $ .11.71. City pursuant to Section 10 IBf"a 101 : addresses on live stock: subjects for $100,000 good road bond and to be proof again Iastt'1 .d t"bou ape 0y4 s
b funds to retire the present. outslando Against" Bonds for grading paving of tise. General Statute of the of and discussions will be held Wednesday then th. Homestead district voted forroadpurpomore tarnish.: :, cult 0curt c 'p
t Ins: unpaid and past dun and curbing Church St.' from Stewart Florida of 1906.THEREFORE.
afternoon and '
of the Cltr amounting approximately Avenue to Main Street. RB IT RESOLVED BT forenoon night to be t to ac"
.11.0.....; It will b* necessary forth THE) COUNCIL THE CITY OF' KIS- and Thursday forenoon and afternoon. .' Palm usedcounty The sea elephant ass,'1 Its \\Sm.\+

City to contract a loan for such "VOTK FOR ONE 8IMMKK: Or. Thursday night and Friday forenoonwill came across with the big issue, the gate Its prey and to tranferf su E court
bond ofepAndt Section 1. should the Issuance
by for grading and
and secure same paving
purpose cut'ren,1 Street from Oak Street of said Fourteen Bonds aggregating the be devoted to entertainment and voters' of.that county deciding favorably Its mouth Just a*" do**,.It t r"r
whereas, the City will have to to City Limit estimated coat 4.JS."Against total sum Seventy Thousand ($7&.000.0\\) : Friday afternoon there will be a sale on.an.issue of $800,000 good road which roam the'lands FOR TAX
bear the entire Initial cost of such Bond for grading, paving Dollar, be authorised by th c'laI 'of beef cattle. Sixty head will be bond D
curbingand th* reet from Oak electors of the City at the election '
grading pavingand o
abuttingproperty will be assessed. It. ;UIHtyMtll'It': :: ; to be proclaimed by the Mayor offered for sale. These will consist of Getting in line with the develop. A glass stlring-rod for'i TES R2DA or l t
ut proportion of such (Tradingpav- under said Resolution; this Council 40 bulls and 20 females with 20 head ment along the southern part of the drink at soda counters
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nir and curbing; same t d"In Intalltnents "VOTB FOR ONE pledge itself: to expend the proceedsof each of Shorthorn Hereford and Ab- Dixie Highway Brevard establishments ha ftectb* wuii sa
provided county come !
as shall. be ordinance For' Bond for grading, paving and said Bonds for the purpose a* setout I .
'I of the ltn.frunl by virtue curbing Vine. Street from A. C. I.* Railroad In said Resolution.. erdeen Angus. time ago' voted $150,000 good road in the end. wblda.1riJ Ce.to. . ; '
of It* . h r Law of to City Limit., estimated cost O. F. KRIBBR.President About 800 attended the 1914 meeting bond The Brevard issue was. confined *la**. -"- ",\\rtincat: la
Florid which assessment when received "411.10. I of the Council of
d!' will b* used. for the. purpose' of "Against. bond for grading, paving the City of Klssimmee.. which was held at Meridian, to the Melbourne district and 'C.1I0D for c
p1 paying; and retiring; a proportionate and curbing Vine St.. from A. C. L. I (Seal) Miss., and it is expected the attendance was carried by a two to one vote. The nee with ,,, .
part of the bond Issued for thl. pur- Railroad to City Limit." J. R. OI LB ERT. at the Birmingham gatheringwill issuance assured the completion of WHianier Yosi Nd O ei Ml the fol-

1 r' Poe Therefore,. b* It resolved.. by theCoun..n "VOTE FR, 6NE.- Approve this Clerk ZOth of. Klssimmee.day of July, A. be much larger. link in the highway south to the St. TIM Grove's ., I XTdt'n:fee' tl

of the City of Klssimmee.Section .. "For bond for building road and D. 1D16. The officials of the association aro Lucie county line, St. Lucie county The Old Standard Grove' Tasteflfc '
4 1. That under and by virtue bridge. across head of Lake Tohopeka- H. R. MAY. as follows: being expected to take it up from Chill Tonlo i* equally:valuable. U ,'al -'

. .of the power by Section vested In 101 the and City IOU of KIsImtnee of- Land from, estimated Cape Hreese to Harbrau'. Mayor of the Klssimmee.City of President. Dr. F. I. Derby, York, there on through its territory. The General Tonic becaas It contains th h. n
cost llO.non.
., the General. Statute of the State of "Against bond. for building road' and Ala.; secretary and treasurer, Dr. Tait vote in the Melbourne district also assured well known tonic QOININB 'i
Florida, the City shall Issue It. Fourteen bridge across head. of Lake TohopekallRa QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY IN Butler Memphis Tenn. vice presidents the completion of the western and IRON. It act on the Liver, Drive -
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Bond for the aggregate sum of from Cape Breeze to Berbeau' branch of the Dixie Highway from out Malaria Brriches the) Blood and, .
shall be ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND for
D.
S70.000.00. or so much a* au- Island. states: Alabama R. .
'y thorlsed by vote, to b* styled MunicipalBonds. Quincenberry Montgomery Arkansas Melbourne to Klssimmee, connecting Build up the Wale 8y Um,) 30 cent
: Issue. of 1'1B, of the denomination ELECTION. ;
s of ".000.00 each drawing Interest Section 4. Should the Issuance of M. M. Rutherford Sulphur Rock; -
! : payable aeml-annually at the rate ofc' aid Bonds be authorised by the required J vote of two-thirds/ of the ...1..tn.1Iqu..l1l1..d ; OU.UO O. to 00 000.000000000.,0 .. .. -
( per cent, per annum, maturing respectively All entitled to vote ia the
persons Marietta "
Georgia R. H. Northcutt e of
from date of Issuance a. under Section lOfil OenernlStatutes ; ,
follow: One Bond In Ten years one I of the. State of Florida itsaforeaald foregoing Bond Election mutt be regIstered Kentucky F. C. Giltner, Eminence;''

In one Eleven In Thirteen years,year one. ,In one Twelve In fourteen years, sued .according, then said to law bonds without shnll he delay. In- voters in the City of Kiuimnec Louisiana, .R. K. Boney Duckport; South Apopka Citrus Nurse 1 D .t l

,- year, one In Twenty years, one In and the Council shall before curb 1I 1asunnce residing therein at the time of the election Mississippi, W. G. Evans Columbus; :
Twenty-one years. one In Twenty-two provide by Ordinance for theretirement North Carolina Dan T Gray, Raleigh;
I of acid Bonds nt Mnturlty. real therein and TO
owning estate
year, and one In Twenty-three years ,
Oklahoma Z. T. Bliss South '
Miller : E
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and for the payment of Interest upon
and the Interest and principal payableIn Ocoee Florida

gold or Its equivalent In the office .a me.1'AHsed. must have paid their taxes for the year Carolina, Dr. M. R. Powers Clemson ,

t r of the Treasurer of said City. Bald of July 19111.In open seaslon this 20th day I last due thereon. College; Tennessee, H. T. Parker, Tul- (;OLIIT lo:. :!STATE%
for the
bond to be Issued purpose
hrelnabove set out, and the funds, o. F. KRinna. lahoma; Texas, Frank Schofield Hillsbo -
y (1'1..1)' rrenldent of the (uncll I chair All the leading Varieties of r Rash.
pledge of the City of Klsslmmee. I Cane seats sag and get out of ro.
Section t. Th..t.n election, be held J. R niLRKUT I shape without being actually I in need The cattle to be offered for sale Orange and Grapefruit trees in whom It
at dty C'lerk of KlnnlmmeeApproved of mending. This be will be inspected by the secretary of ush as
y at a* early a date a* practicable I can easily remedied
which the question to he submitted to thla 20th day of July A I by turning the chair upside the association before they arc shipped fine condition at the very lowest ors th day La- G, .

' the qualification elector of prescribed said City by havingthe Section D. 1916. H R MAY, down nad washing the canework with to Birmingham, and also will be prices. +Judr; '

I'' 1041 of the General. Statute of the. Mayor of the City of KIsHtmmeeI. snop and water until thoroughly soak- approved by a committee of the association '
State of Florida shall be the. Issuanceof ed and then leaving it dry-still before being put up at auc- The rainy season is the best a gfic. '
the said Fourteen. bonds. And the. H. R. May Mayor of said City, do up-
Mayor: shall forthwith Issue his Proclamation hereby proclaim and declare. that a side down-in the air and sun. The tion. time to set trees. Good treesset "o'.I; a.
for said election and shall special election of the qualified electors seat will become tight nad firm again.
irlv public notice of same. by publishing .. of said City will be held at the. The silk coat and skirt suit is one now will keep one years growth in I :the
;r'0 ; said proclamation In three. eoneoutlv. City Council Chamber In said Clay during
Issues of a newspaper. pub the. regular hours of vltlng. on the If flour sacks are to be washed of the successes of the season. advance of the same kind of tree It he Florida ?
the City Immediately prior to 7th day of August A. I). 1915. upon the turn them side out and ii -- -- -- h
put
f U:1.l: of said election.Section question of contracting? a loan of Seventy wrong Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly set next fall. Send tpday catalogue |pany's cM,-. ( -+
cold water. Wash and rinse in cold omen
.. That the form of ballot Thousand (KO.OOOOO Dollar. In theform 'i-;
"\ to be used at said election. shall be. substantially of Fourteen Bond each for the. water. The use of cold water for The Old Btaadsrd general strengthening-, and lowest price list to above address. >kaaed uponw llle
a* follow.: um of Five Thousand ((6.000.00) Dollars this will make the flour sack OROVK'B TASTELESS chill. TON 1C,drive, out on ri'L "
"Official Ballot Municipal Election. and to pledge the funds, credit purpose Malaria.varieties the Mood.and builds up thewstern. -
August the -A. D. Pond and property of the. City for the re- sticky and hard to wash out. A true tonic. For adult end children doe {. u

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