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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 30, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00709
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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..; ft' ..- -_-". reportiaf tho BOWS .ho knows ceaconiaf' Us .wn)tsadly and friends.Yesi .proyements'. and,;ThoseWhoiPavor, Issuances. ;
perhaps have wondered BOW we gather M Mack news for '
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i mt. If.very reader weld give M the ibis he knows, we weald ot'Bonde'Expect' ; 'a .MaJorltyipt'the'Items", ":'

,:Big Lumberman l Says RoadS Wants' To rake ft twice as newsy as It now h. ', To, :Be Carried.: In,' Election. Which'Will ,. ,

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..1 .GEORGE"W. HOPKINS WRITES SAYS HE FAVORS BRICK ROADSTO the,paper for eel roatstaiag tIIU -. election''which,haa been called, 'for,"Saturday; ;August,, thPresi,: ., ,<.. .i'; .

FROM, SUMMER HOME TO ORANGE COUNTY LINE you think for one sainte, right BOW, several It..* will COM dent Stanford, of'the Board of Trade; hascalled; a mace meeting . . .: ;

COUNTY 'COMMISSIONER. OF AND TO ST. CLOUD ONLY ON t. your mind. What if tiley'an but "..........." Wo want persoaal -'.- of that organization and'' inter'eeted"citizens. to. : W held at the ..;.'(, 1 "

,BREVARD COUNTY POINTING CONDITION THAT KISSIMMEE .*.. Wo want anything that it new. City council chamber tonight' at7:30? o'clock.) ,Everybody i. ., ) '
ROUT WHAT THIS ,THOROUGH. VOTE BONDS TO DO HER PART Tak. a livelier interest ia VOlfR paper. Tee'H appreciate it invited and is : ; ; t'
It will'be
expected! that there A large attendance '
PARE, MEANS. OF THE WORK. .ore, as will all ., you frle..... '
The bond issue has been the main topic of,discussion during'the ,

week'' and the supporters of the movement,for ', improvements ' '
A change in the routing of the road County Commissioner A. F. Bass, of \ : : r
',from St. Cloud to the Brevard county St Cloud, while on a visit to Kissimmeethis believe that the majority of the;, Items;will bo carried.;.

,. line has been made between Aehton week: advanced his plan for procedure There is opposition, of coarse, to many; of the items,'but none of.. >.
and Deer Park Which will shorten this
in the building of brick roadsin '
part-of the.Kissimmee-Melbonrne' loop the county. He declares that he favors those who oppose the bond issuers against all of the propositions, ,

I.;of the Dixie Highway about one mile. brick roads to the Orange county BECKER ELECTROCUTED so far as can bejearned.: This, the supporters ,of thebond issue: '. ,r a
I-' According to County Commissioner line to join the road to Orlando anda
consider a favorable omen )h indicates that a majority .'
A..F. will great
: : Bass, of St. Cloud the road brick road to St. Cloud as a part of, run south of Wide Cypress the Kissimmee-Melbourne branch of of the taxpayers favor improvements, and are.only.; : at, ';

i iswamp' instead of across the north the Dixie Highway.He variance upon what improvements shallbe, made.The methodof I ,
j'end of this as originally plan- further than this, however -
swamp goes
|-nThia cute off about a mile of the and says that unless Kissimmee voters Lieutenant Charles Becker, of'the New:. York Police Department holding the election makes it possible for,every: .,voter', I ;,:,\ ;

,.roai and the only disadvantage is vote bonds for bricking the road to the who was convicted of having planned and ordered th , iust what bonds shall be approved, ,. ',.t, '- 13-..--. \:"
that It will cross the Okeechobee city limits on the north to join the murder - In order that'the voters.. have.' '
[ branch line of the Florida East Coast county road and for building the of Herman Rosenthal, a New York gambling house keeper,I before 'them' the exact propositions may 'i

railroad about a mile below the eta- (Continued on Page Four.) paid the death penalty in the electric chair at Sing Sing prisonat which are to be voted upon,,.the list }
tion. ". I. given agaia as follows :. it :
5:45 this morning according to information
'In regard to this road from Klssim- : telegraphic re- For retiring present outstanding Ia. w

mee to Melbourne the Melbourne MOON LID EXCURSION ceived by the Valley Gazette. The eleventh hour appeal made debtodness of city $15,000.00." L'L' , 'i'
.Times says: i by his wife to Governor Whitman failed although the governor INTEREST For. grading paving 'and ,
<, Commissioner> Hiram Platt i is in receipt Stewart from Church' street
; of-a letter from Mr. George W. PROVES BIG SUCCESSFIREMEN was visibly affected'by the loyal efforts of Mrs. Becker. to Broadway avenue$2,439.43.:,"' .', L' w-

f..; Hopkins;"who ia now at his summer ".- ORGANIZATION'HERE AFFILIAT. For grading paving'and. curbing' Q
; home at Bar Lake Michigan in which Mabbettestreet from'8tewsr I
he' offers some valuable suggestions REALIZE NEAT. SUM BELL MUST MEIKLEJON. WOUNDED ENTHUSIASTIC CITgUS ORDER PLACED : Bermuda avenue, 881600. :. -., j
the -
-1: ranting- the building of roads SOUTHERN -.For grading;., paving and curbing _
vided for in the bond issue. Buts SUM FOR PURCHASE OF FOR PACKING HOUSE MA' from Clyde avenue through ''Penfleld
with reference to the Melbourne- AND MORE THAN CHINERY AND LEASE ORDER.ED -"--- t-- ]
EQUIPMENT avenue to city'ditch, (5,874.45.(
v. For grading smd
,'particularly enthusiastic TWO HUNDRED ENJOY AN EV SIGNED. ;:, ,1;! paving curbingChurch
and among ,, (.t..t"fl'Om Stewart avenue ' j
other things he says: EKING ON THE LAKE-OTHER .. '
to Main ,
' street $6311.70. "
.."I recommend that you pay particur. EVENTS PLANNED. COMMISSION ORDERSBE'M'ER FRANK VANS AGNEW OFFEREDUEUTENANT"S A large number of growers who For 'grading., :paving and, curbing'Main '' ."/' '
r..ttentlon'to.the Kissimmee road. LONG DISTANCE SER street ''from ; street to '
the OMMISSION are members of the KissimmeeCitrus Oak city ,/.
the road whole distance
Complete'' Between two and three hundred VICE CONNECTIONS;BETWEEN IN ENGLISH Growers Association which is ..,. limits 11,684.26.' : ., :"
.before )'ou;build the road across the persons ARMY For pang': .
dilated .with the .Florida-,, Citrus Ex. grading and curbing ," I
river. that time the enjoyed a ride on the lake Monday KISSIMMEE AND TAMPA AS ct.
JP'jiiTphns By ,\ ,ACCEPT BOTH KISSIMMEE u..., yine-ftreet-from;A. CU railroad to. .
JCg A l will be so far advanced to evening, when the Volunteer Fire MANY' COM- ehangevAttended reguIs -weakly y-'
; TO as RESULT OF BOYS AT FRONT ARE NOW IN meeting of the board of directors last cTtjfumits, f&,478.60.' '. '. \
cheapen tW cost of the bridge. Department boys gave a moonlight rI' '.
For building and if" '
"The importance of this link in the excursion for the raising of funds to PLAINTS.As ENGLAND. Saturday morning i Every,',m.mber road >> across ; -
Dixie Highway is of Importance.If buy equipment.-. boys realized between of, the board was present .':,J:-'_i. __ head of Lake Tohopekaliga from Capo_' 1- a '{".
bw great '
Bids received and for Broeso to Bathes ..'Island. $10,0000 ,i
.. $40 and-$54) from rho trip and were' opened .,
10 construct, the'road' as to '
make you' It; n desirable route, 'it will everyone who made the trip was well i m result of numerous complaints Frank Vans Agnew in a letter writ. packing-house machinery to be installed 'Total, $ ,aOl.H.L : , 1'
v bring such a stream of travel and business pleased with the evening's" outing. concerning thelong:' distance service tenvf rom Belgium and dated July 9th, in addition to that already in the The total bond' issue'' will',.the .
as do.not now appreciate. The start was mad. about 8 o'clock, over the lines of'the Southern Bell say R. W. Meiklejon has been wounded Waters 4c > Carson 'plant, which, has total of the'.ltetw which carry ,and, i
If .delay yon the work construct the steamer' LUlie having in tow two 'Telephone company L between Kissimmee again, this time,in the upper partof been' leased by''thi.a.eodattenl. 'An maybe any sum up to $70,000, borne t
;the you road in an v indifferent or m.nner..nd open lighters, and one covered One. and Tampa, the' Railroad Com- right thigh. The wound Is not a order'waa ptaeecl'' with the 'Parker the next oven thousand above the total ,'
-v r &'vetget& started. over other routes, On th. boat proper and';each of the 'mission has ordered to serious one, but will keep him in hospital I I Manufacturing company' of Tampa. of the entire list-v of,the.proposed. .inv i- '', 4 rprovementsw
..,,'yoA'a.ver '.. lighters there, wary'i t .crowds of make some change in its methods of about two months.,,' H. has been ,The lease drawn up for the Wenalt e '
recover I businesi for the Kis house examined It is expected that atIts. meetlsit;{ .
this packing
+ !TThere II no other. road So Import: excursionists.1' The boat and lighters handling sent back to England. was .'i 4
; '.nt Melbourne the were so arranged that the crowd could simmee Telephone company. Mr. 'Vans Agnew also'says that he and a committee appointed to Anally next'- Tuesday night the cItr. counel" ', 'M. :
or so
Continued county, : easily move about, from 'one to the The letter sent to the Southern Bell has been askedwhether he would ac close the deal for this plant., (Continued Oft pa'J) \ ( i ::0 t
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Yt'1:. ; . On page other. In this way the evening passed company by R> Hudson Burr 'chairman cept-a.lieu tenant's commission In/his Secretary Prentls' reported to the ..";.% ,.,
\'" off very pleasantly. On the upper of the railroad. commission reads regiment the. #114;JUIIC',Edward'. board on his trip Tampa, where he ;' ;, .
? deck: of the steamer the Kissimmee as follows,. 22 1915. Hone,' :.nd. that, of'course 'ho ,said was sent,to meet with the other association KISSIMMEE'KNKHTS : ,\ ,
; 1915 t ;:SCHOOL REPORT 'j band played a program of numbers Jllly "yes." He -has- been 'promoted- and sub-exchange mana.n.H. .
nd. the music was doubly entertaining Mr. Jf. Epps Brown, Vice Prot Lance CorporaL It he gets a.commission . stated that the meeting was an enthusiastic : '
: : ss music always is on the water. Southern Bell TeL ft Tel. Goo., ho will take a short,.courseof{ one and that the outlook for DISTRICT MEETING,
::ISJCR: ETOyCOUNTY!! : The evening was ideal for the event Atlanta; Ga. training in an officers' school In Eng. the- exchange prospects for the com ' .' .. ,
and the moon slipped out-from behind Dear Sir: We are advised by our land? and then go back to the front.., lag 'season" are exceedingly bright : j . ,
';' A\ the cloud just in time to light up the telephone engineer Mr. Geo. B. Ames, There were over.forty: present at this BOYS '
'. SUPERINTENDENT C. E. YOWELL lake beautifully. The boat carried its who has recently made an Inspectionof meeting. More associations have been REPORT BIO,T ME 'AT SAN.; y
crowd of pleasure seekers some eight the telephone plant of the Kissim $100,000 COMPANY organised thia summer than in former FORD,TUESDAY JOGHT WHEN z "
or ten miles down the lake and returned mee Telephone company' Kissimmee years and the season of 1 1-16 is NIGHT POLICEMAN ,,COLEMAN '
.>> STATE OFFICIAL-INDEBTEDNESS ; Fla., that there is considerable expected to show remarkable increase .
"n them about 11:80 o'clock: just in 'WAS ONE OF' FOUR CANDI.' .
HAS BEEN CUT DOWN time to escape a shower of rain..which i complaint from telephone users there TO MAKE PAVING BRICK in the aggregate output. '
'IOOOO'-WILL:: BE ENTIRELY fell shortly after a landing was made. relative to not being able'to get connection Th regular meeting of directors for DATES i.TO,.. ,TAKE. ,. THIRD: ,DE; +$+
The event was so well patronisedand with parties in Jacksonvilleand this week will be held tomorrow morn GREE. YRepreeentinct1i..d- '
:.': "WIPED. ... QUT. THIS YEAR. the excursionists so well pleased Tampa without having to wait LOCAL MEN FORM CONCERN TO ing in the Miller-Stanford building on .
'" ""'" that there is now talk of more trips two or three hours after the call is MANUFACTURE NEW INVENTION Stewart -street, ''the usual meeting .
r*1 'County'Superintendent of Schools C.t' if the same kind during the summer. first put in. He took this matter up place. ..' lodge' 'of' s
-..,,.B-:'.YoweU- has completed his annual with Mr. Carson, Mgr., of the Kissimmee OF J. WADE TUCKER .. Knights of ? A. a Gilbert Ver- ;
' rt'and wiU soon send it to Vj{. N. Telephone company, who advised KNOWN AS WOOD-TEX BRICK ner Ellis, E.,E. Naugl'Thad'OU..r. '
") r Sheats the superintendent. The MAKE TRIP IN MOTOR him that the trouble was; not in the AND MADE FROM CYPRESS CANDIDATE CAHS and'Xt.E. Coleman.attended. dig' "
line his between Kissim
.' 'report U a good one for Osceola county of company SAWDUST. trio meeting of that order at Sanford ' ,
and that she ranks right up mee and Orlando, but due to the fact last Tuesday night.. The meeting was .
shows ;
.t '.wi Cte leaders in mattero of an educational BOAT TO ST..CLOUD that the toll line between Jacksonvilleand 1 VISITS KISSIMMEE attended by.some, 176 Visitors, y- t
. nature. Tampa was so over-loaded thatit Articles of incorporation are now from Orlando, Enstis, ,Leeebnrg, ,Do : .
During the past year the indebtedness was responsible for the delay in ser being printed in The Valley Gazette Land Daytona'and other points.-. / w
,: of the school board has been re- Last Saturday L. U. Zimmerman vice. We Kissimmee understand all calls outgoing for a new $100,000 company, the main The Rev. Sidney J. Catts of De- The DeLand degree team' exempli* '
to about $6,000"Bf from to Tampa haveto office of which will be located in Kis- fled the third degree work of the lodge'
.duced( '$16,000 in company with Donald Conn and J. Funiak candidate for '
be checked by Orlando which necessitates Springs governor ,
.: the end of next year the board will A. Grimm of St. Cloud left here at almmee. That company Is the Tucker of upon four 'antdateaone.'of whom, Via, "
the subscriber talking toOrldo Florida was a distinguishedvisitor
'.be ..ntlrel ,'out of debt and have a nine fifteen o'clock in Mr. Zimmer. Brick Company which will manufacture was A.. E, Coleman'night policeman,
back to to Kissimmee on Tuesday
k in the treasury. through Kissimmee the patented brick invented by of Kissimmee.Mr.. Coleman' camethrough a,
neat surplus man's motorboat "Delphian" enrouteto the entire here election- ; ,
..'1 N It is also expected that three or four St. Cloud via the canaL The trip Tampa, the telephone company at Kis J. Wade Tucker of the EvergladesCypress spending Ha day Ml the'l'O&t riding" in fine fettle' : '
simmee not allowed to connect eering. was aecompaled by \
be established during being Company, of Loughman, but and returned with ..the. other
: new schools was one of great experience for the
direct on the Orlando-Tampa- .trunk, campaign manager, F. C. Sherrill also .
who lives in Kissimmee.The Knights'in
\ + pod'form.Wedneada
'th8"7ear. boys and they It will never be
say of DeFuniak
Kissimmee of- Springs.
which into the '
...;:The report shows that there are now forgotten. The entrance to the canal fice. loops officers of. the new company It. was announced that he would Orlando carried off;the bonon 'for 4 4 r ,
[ '" 'twenty-four't white and four coloredschools from Goblett's cove is all grown up Please take what steps will be necessary named to serve until the first electionare make a speech from' the band stand: the largest- delegktiou, having.84' in- y r
total of twenL : J. Wade Tucker president E. attendance .addition to C.K.'Pomeroy's ''
H in the county a with hyacinths and flage. .nd it-was r r t
the the inclemency
: the evening.but to
to facilitate subscribersin wine
.institutions of learning. L. Lesley first vice president W. .A. 'famous 'goat which took part'a .,
L 'ty-elght. necessary for them to get out and getting their calls through and advise ; of the weather he was notable : .
white teachers and nine make a channel for the boat and pushit McCool'second. vice president; J. in. the festivities. . - .1.
6'w address the
what is done. to voters.
colors us Wade 'Tucker, treasurer C. A Carson promises After the work'of the evening'waa
of were employed -
4 total sixty-two through. At five thirty o'clock they : ,i
however to return and .
Yours explain
how truly secreta J, Wade Tucker the"visitors ...' '
the idea completed invited'
in teaching young reached East Lake and landed at the -
R. IJUDSON BURR, WA. his platform to the voters before the -.d
E. L Lesley McCool C.A. Carson I to the Sanford House where '
.' .hoot..; Carleson dock.! Cal McConghen and .Chairman. campaign is ended. Ho went from sump-,;
t' Thero! Wro5l524 white pupils en- Erneat Oliver also took one of Senator and John M. Hughes; directors here to Orlando. toons feast. had been prepared for, "
1' 1'Ollecl.1n the.schools of the county and Donegan'a boats through the The new brick which this company Mr. Catts the first candidate in them by the Pythian Sisters of San. +.
:'., 269'' Holered.-.. total of 1793.; canal..whose experience was about the BIG CROWD HEARS proposes''to manufacture fa.made of the field to was succeed Governor Tramraell ford.' The Knights did Justice to the .?,. + Cv
''As a' matter;,of comparison the figures same as that of the first party.RAILROAD .. cypress sawdust and hydrollne: and is and has been making a'' tour' of feast:and everyone of v> m left oW '
' for the school .year of 1913-14 : now being tested in the streets of Kis the entire state. __ daring th i..,Sanford knights. ',the. best. ,
.' simmer at the of : earth" -.,s' '
closed '
'ithe' last preceding'tbe one just THE corner Broadwayand r on .W-
.' :showed the'fonowtngr 189' white HAY f PAVE BAND, CONCERT Emmett. So far the brick is fulfilling Eustiswas! i/selected I '''for''the ri.dl.triet. < ' 4.

'.I;pupils,.278 colored pupils, total 1570; : lHMVH MV ( .. the expectations of the inventorand TILLER BUYS BRl KBLO'CK. .' meeting; held OD.8e; -j -
;,forty..even white:teachers seven col- Another large crowd of citizens lined bids fair' to prove a great success.Kissimmee tember 7th.A.much .-.-..'' '",>'" ::: -.- *. -
,",'o red teachers...' ''x ." ROADWAY AT DEPOT the streets about the band stand citizens hope that when ' ? ,> larger.delegation was ex>
:'iv During;tho,past yean. according! to ,. ..,- ,,- ." on Broadway on Wednesday evening the new company begins manufacture OF WOODBECK petted to go from hero to 'attend the, : F
+*hewperintonaent's report,'there waS to bear the regular weekly concert of the brick as-* commercialto proposition ... district meeting'but the condition1 of, . ,+ i
.paid to tho white teachers in salaries *?Itwas, leifadii"week that the the band, it will decide to locate its.factory '1-.1 '" I I the.roads' bew....: here.'and:;Orlando '
.g! $24.662 and to colored teachers $1980. Atlantic.' Cout.LIn. "railway is consldcrlng The people' are-showing; their'appreciation hero.TRAINLOAD. -. M.. Tiller the well-known't' real" state I would not permit the passage of..tho a'> -,
+; The average teachers ,.a v proposition to pave' theroadway1 : of these concerts given each ,automobiles whichit; was planned'to ..' '. :tt :
OF FLORIDA an4'insurance man -, has. purchasedfrom ,
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;i'58.'T8.The.averace'p.; : y.?of colored This.matter of pavinC'wan taken up to' continue .the concerts'throughout .... ;&J.'whidd : "t d' ",.
brick building 'OlStewan. .Tof Fort "
-( avenue <
1 q rtnonth was, males $40; with the company by.MrVGffiispie.. of the'summer-and possibly during>the .'Arcadiiv :A.'Jtralnload" r } "ooTthrongh Mead..JIMI'f". .' ,
.. ' cattlefront' which has been for some time Klsskmmeo'Moaday Ia his(' {
34.05. a. teachers" the Alabama. Pavinr,company' thisweek tourist season,11; they deelde,to. do ranges .of'D.Seto'" 'countywas by:"the ;Dollar"Wsled:: ., ,; ' automobile; en -route' to,, '4 r; < '
com.t .
"pa'of "
and consideration.
!oiiI'; ,1i' BTage>rably,'with..thatJof'oth.rf If,,'the .railroad'.IIOW:under do thiapaml' this attraction,:the concerts for',winter should visitors.>prove;' a" .,big' .* shipped !las:.Thursday,to"Tom Lykes: Mr..,Tiller haa purchased this build.lug With him were Mr. aa4.M.BI1.1r.rIo'fr- \)-"
the in a'Texan aunty-and was.Sold by as an investment and declares that derhOl. who "" ; ", ".
: 'and is well:above aver thecity, shouldgetbusy,, 'at :\ e', W 'J' '
'This sneaks of PRESBYTERIAN'CHURCH) Messrs; HoTllngsworth and-*1.ngford. he still has faith'in, the future prosperity homo'm" Buoen \ .. l.
in the.stated the parking .
once upon proposition '
.. sOseeola aunty and her the In the of road Many,ears of cattle have been shipped 'and growth of'JCisslmmee.' Fort'Meade. Af ft".aftet'.a.w: :. .f.
., ; : open space roar too from Arcadia this, ,' and Then has been quite an activity in Mrs. ,Underbill to '
: f'....Tho'teacher ,. pablie.servant In'.times i way.Representative; church next Sunday.imorning-will be bring, ,en:'anJaverageabout. $20' ahead real estate hereabouts .for,> several : ... Y
Sam of Or "The Lamp of Life ud..Wbe.'wV" f.o. b. .'About 1.00w... in the weeks,which la a good Indication that WblddaaSto'.Iitt.'
{ has-boon:only Grifflnj; ;: ,
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Kissimmee Gazette pe4fwhed.we; ,prepare;r to ulkliead'our 0)1lake ) l1h t gular Wednesday ihfhtiollcertltof >i 1} ," .. + 0 ( ;;
The Valley : tJ \ ,
., ''. front.1..) *' t. '*.' h nj \.thojKUsimmee Jiand have,proyefi, ;jrhe .' 1"( .\ ,, :. \. .' A'WISE MAN; :INSUREn 'c '
", It lias'n conwi'.ded by some that; a most popular, amusement of.:the summer \\d. .earrle l sufficient 'FIRE
I : < hi.
5 P.1u.h.d r.7..I. Id.[i...__ ..... suction not be'used in pumping all feel id band ., v to protect LIFE; ,;
)?ylh >Ofa. I.' Taller CHw.
\w.'..,11u RnI. .AND' B. O VANS AOMBW; Ow.r.. material from the lake to make a fill behinda the citizens have been turning-out;in 'good INSURANCE to' protect Juts Jam-: "

' .. B. .JIf 1I0LRo 10414..d .ta.aa:... bulkhead, but- Sanf rd'. exPeriencewould crowds hear the programs rendered Uy also la inure the event hi* ,of frnJnjr his death.'capacity: ,lief: ;. .,

4r" .....rt..... Rat.*l prove that it we should get the right each Wednesday; 'night:in,the bandstandon I by taking out fen ACCIDENT.and,' f

On. Tear .....,........-.__..-- 'J,5? man and the right machinery the task Broadway; HEALTH POLICY. Be, on.. the V,
# 4'.r._..._..._._....____ 1.00 ,
a' _.. .. .. .7B could be When Sanford has ( .afe aide. '
. ------ -- --- performed. -
We write all HUM of ..INSUR.,
'. 1" All communications except from our authorised finished her work we should all pay her a The Importance of'the new road from t I ANCE that iraurea and endure

:I correspondents, must fie signed by the writer. visit., and look over the improvement and KLssiminee to Melbourne is pointed out in None but RELIABLE old line com-. ), t
called "
Rejected master will not be returned unless In thla ;
for. ,. the change made in the appearance of her an article on page one of this issue. In this panics D. G. agency.WAGNER

( il rl, (Enter.d In the Pontofflce In Kissimmee Florida, water front. It might be that such a visit article in quoted a letter from a prominent> R. \ Second Floor Citizens Bank 'Bid. "*...,,,

.fY; .. second-class matter.) would give us added incendve to lay definite :,.business man and capitalist from the north 1} Klsslimnee.. Fla.

FRIDAY fLY, 30, 1915DEPOT ( plans at a future date to do a similar) who in financially\ interested ill Brevardcomity.

;t work here. He declares that this!' roae\( will

t, v- Our lake front would not require as' pioxc' of untold liciicfit to both counties.Ve .
heavy a fill\ as Sanford has IMMMI obliged to) \ agree! with this gentleman and hope the

f make owing to the /ful't that our Jaunts (10 l i day will tome when tins roadill IK- hardsuifaced .

(( Several months ago the Valley ( lazllel not line NO ahinptl front the water's edge the I entile distance' from I Kissimmee Blowers' Ground Limestone makes aid soils

l agitated the parking, of the open space ]in A till\ here of about four feet would. a(' 'oiuplish to Melbonine: \ thus giving UN a highway sweet. It releases potash salts and imparts d

the rear of the depot. The' Itoaid of Trade strength: and vigor to growing and trees.Blowers' .
if the same thing that a till of six oi eliieet( to the famous East Coast and crops ,
took the proposition lit our suggestion limestone ground unusually fine '
: up
& mole feet haw accomplished there presiding: a means for winter visitois" to
I readily mixes with the soil. Contains irnpuritit'scan
to ]
committee investigate -
( A was' appointed
Let that shall hc'- ieali the beautiful. inland ] C'I'II-
us hope 'some' day we section of he ) .
.. applied at timeis
u matter >41 that the lot whirl any
the IU\t1I'I'por'lc able to bring (the people here from N8 Il ford t tial Florida, where lII 'l"iIJtllllkl'loI, )Ix-antiful,, inexpensive. Write for literature and prices.

,. lies along Dakin avenue from the roadway mid nay to t hl'lII- "heie in a I'l'allakl' front orange groves and tinning cities bid them Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. 1
of ( the htie-e-t alongside -
in the
rear thedepot o :
bulkhead, whkh make yours look like an welcome.Kissiinince. Box K 308 Ocala Florida
1 Manhattan hotel in ,
the was litigation. .
expel iiiient. : :- I -
There the matter .
dropped.The .
--- ]people do not appreciate the -
which lies in the
other 1'1'111'of
property TAXING JTINJSKANT PEDDLERS advantages of Lake Tohopekaliga as they
the is owned he railroad company '
depot by
should. here we have again that old saying
and it is believed that (the A. C I L. Coincident with the movements to "Buy
that it takes distance td lend enchant R. S. FLOYDDealer
yl 0 would be only too glad to allow the city. Now" and "Huy-at-IIome" comes another
ment. If the lake were ]located some tenor
of citizens to park Mosely related agitation to put a curb upon
or some organization
pf1 f; fifteen\ miles Prom the city and it was In a,
its part of the land. the thitieH] of a class'' of nomads who go
to make a trip of that distance
Now well-founded rumor that about the counry soliciting) business'' from necessary
comes a
_ \.r to reach it, we should find our people] liter- Groceries Ha.y Grain and Feed
the railroad is considering u proposition door to door in various cities. Many cities ,
ally enchanted by its beauty and usefulness -
-:, ad. of the Alabama Paving company to tune have shown a great interest in an ordinance
of and rccication
> as a source pleasure
I with brick the roadway in the rear of the which has IHHMI introduced in the city 01111-- Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
As it is too few of us appreciate what this
I depot. We hope that the railroad and oil of Jacksonville, which places a )license
\ magnificent body of water means. The Us
Try on Your Next Order For Feed
'. i r the paving concern will come to some of $100 upon this ('lass) of peddlers and requires
: boat trip on Monday night of this week, r
.'agreement and that the paving will IM- laid them' to give a bond of $r 0)0.()
I\, given by the members of the. VolunteerFire
'. C This opens anew the discussion of }lurking There is g-ootll1lHl sufficient reason why
Department, showed just how beautiful
this space. "'e believe that it would these peddlers( or solicitors should be re oO'O'OOOOtoooooooooooooO OOOOOtoooo.oooooo :
this hodof water is on a Hlllllnll'I'VI'II-
w-. / bl' possible to procure the signature's of ,|iiii'ed 1k pay a lie cnsc and to plat a bond ing with a blight moon shedding' revs I Corner Franklin & Za'ck ;

all parties' concerned! in the litigation i over i with I the city' to abide bits, l.iws and oidinaiK ', BELL CAFE
the I i .
1\4'loss tippling) wateiMDlllllig 3. TAMPA, FLORIDA ,
this lot facing Dakin avenue 'to some sent 'es.

1 of an agreement whc'I'l'h.v thee City oi some The mi'hauls and business men( of a XI Sz New and modern. The cfeanr end beat rrsl. in the city. Good .riv.i.*. I t
I the pa,1] week\ tliele lulled( KisMininee : : Brstcuisme. Prices reasonable. RIEhl in the fnlrr of shopping dislnit.<<
civic organization would be gi\en: the right: < its. lia\ a ,right to ask pi' 'otc<'( KIM ( loin who Take Union lation car and get off at I renklin Street 1 1K
his An
i ( .1 I luau gave: name as!
r to park this land and use i it I as a park (for these I house- hoilM- \eudeis The inel. 9 rc{}+ b x t ...
dilio T.IIIIOI and \\'lio claimed he w'asa
of The seeming ol t the. haul; ta\es: and IK use loi the t prit-' i .. ..
a period jeais : pads )o-- ><-ooX-- ..
l natne of Tuikev! ,'. He spent some time ---o-------x-: >-: .
same right in regard to theliiilioad I company I..J.I'. : of doing bilsinexs and that li< cnse alld t

: property, we l clieecould IK- had lax should/ Merit. for him the. piotection of heie going, fiom stole to stole soli" < iting Just Like Home Enropern Plan ',:
subscriptions I I for the people' of his! c'ount' M i Room [
for the asking.We I the J.U\: rutting ]i\\u'm' Lure Airy ...
\\ ho ale 5ttlleiiuig from the of '. (lean and ComforOblc. In
aages w iu Right ttntrr olhopplnf
t would like to suggest: t that I I the Bua J'cI \\'e would like to see the oily COIIIKIp.iss ' .e,rtlon, At.ift under, old and popul A rllngton Hotel .
Tins man ;(moi' iliahi', tin1 legitiuuat'r'ir'S i I i I i ( )' = .r maiugrmcnl., ATtS SOc and 75 4. .:(
of Trade lake up this matter again, or thaI ; .111 ul'dillallC'l' here<< similar to 'that intlodilted ('utalltI' of some" philalllhl'opi4' IMuci'ty. _: 1219 fRANkLIN ST.. TAMPA. TLA. J. D. RUSHING. po. i r ,,

..theVoUlan'H Inipio\ement .1'.i''iation, or ( ill .lack5uutlife. I It I would be well U'eill, .:------.c.-r+}}+i4t '.;..c.< : '
i /gi\e him the benefit of the doubt
some similar organization, make this pi'op- if the' Lily coiiiKil would SI'I.'II.( .ic. a cups< of l'
on that Sctn'(, but' the puini is that we'
psition its program. There ilolll solution IhiH'OI'diIJaIl4' and<<1 study its pio\' 'isioiisllli :
:should. have some piotectiou against pus-I
i to this problem, if we can lind it. Theiil. \\ ..1ie. \\' to adapting it to our pioblems, 1
"sible frauds in this line of< woik. E\cn if St. Joseph's Academy
I ley Gazette pledges its u suppoit .to an\.' I heic- ..
Tamoi' was the piopeil\ a(< ( edited I agentof l .
movement looking to this 1'lululltI we will f Showing that this inoxeineiit in sjiiead ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. r
some HOI'i'ly working in I the inteiestsof ,
: be glad to {'o-op'jltl! in any way w e can t 10 tug I the tolo\\iug! article i IN quoted fiom OIK
the war-sti'ie'\ken people ol Tmke\ it I ESTABLISHED 1866
Obtain the object in icw. of I the ( 'hai I'II' Oil, S. C., papers : I
The advantages of well kept park spa "Citx( AsMC-ssor! Daniel L. Sinkler, who does not seem light: that we of =AmeiK Hisrh-class' boarding school in charge of Sisters of SI. Joseph. Pit-
who hate suffered linaiK iall y as, a resultof ronucd by children of bent Catholic and non-Catholic families of this
_near the depot are so many and varied that has been dexotiug no little iittcntioii to (therecently the war should be continually called: and other States. Buildings splendidly equipped with all modern con-,

r it. s not necessary to point them out The agitated question of tuxillgitillc'J"- veniences. Delightful and Wealthy location in quaint and artistic Ancient '
upon to look after tlfose in di!>!trl'HH'in those> Citr. Course thorough, embracing all branches requisite for a
: grounds around .the depot aVe our front ant venders who sell' goods for future deliv solid and refined education Music
;: foreign lands. We believe in that old painting, languages, commerc
'( : : \ ;&:: +doors and,no good housekeeper wants her, cry in competition with established business that charity begins at home and HayIng we course. Terms moderate. For full particular nrite "*.........4 '+

door to look'uninviting when she can houses> of Charleston) heartily approves SISTER BUPERIOIt

'ft'.ifront i a,little effort'beautlfy and improve its I on the face of it, a bill which has should look after our, own needy first. _

,,'.... .n appearance.1 just been introduced in the city council of WHERE: : SHALL I 1
"' t f "' Jacksonville1 1 Fla, with somewhat similar ,
I '
_ i't; : SANFORD OFFERS A LESSON end ill viewThe' Florida hill imposes SAID: ABOUT KISSIMMEE ,'" ,"'l

t \ strict I t regulations> on the objected class of II I ; THE STATE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR'WOMEN ': .

dealers, and iii would requite City license of ';1
The writer visited Sanford this week and
t $1(11)\( ) and\ It l oiid of :$:: OIlO. Congiessuian Joe Seals( of Kissimme>, KlnnitnrilB, ranking with theInritiBt hem Standard(olk-tfos the and came universities as those In of the I''I --t.
11 was shown the work now going on there' intilling and haul Unlv< rullles of the the '. ",
is unfoi' He will H'aITc.lhan' country \
"The of taxed' itinerantenders i I unale. a North and East.
new bulkhead 'cntH question( Modern buildings and equipment all ',
f in behind the ;
fee .
I iu Soul herR dl ies, who are taking business( to te of life in \YIIHhill toll as n ( 'OIl I'I'HH- TH7 IIlu".nt. beet .....Ion Total .nmod"rn ennvenlenoee.rollment 1'
built along the lakefront for a distant ol 639. Including Summer School. 473 atuilrnlH regular term; lea eum'I
man Ix-foie he- will have to befoie' tin ior teim, total .
go enrollment-laat t
tioin citizens iu onipetitiou, with businessmen session .>
\ .
Tuition free .
about three-quarters of a mile' The) tilling exceptingmtsler $20 00 per 4:311.: ....
:, again for it-election And for law.
who ale taxed, and maintain their establishments people :: just Tuition free In College and Normal ,; .f
shown "Hob" ito Hc huol'
r ; in work was us by holly t1''ur
For further Information address
; : upon a progressive plane, is think of the opposition! that is being coeikeelup catalogue and Information wrIte '\,;,f
far fame(1 editor of the 1411 11 fOl'11 lleiald,
getting: Seri IOUH, said Mr. Sinkler,
: who takes a great pride in this impieminent. - ).
4 ? ":\IIIV, t the city of (Chailcston join hands - UNIVERSITY DE LAND FLA. *'

; with .)a('ksom'illc in attempting solution The Orlando Sentinel states there* were ; ;;,;'
The 1
: I The bulkhead is a fine pip ce of concretet ntandards are the hIghest. {
i .. of the situation, and nee if a similar bill thirty e'ar loads of cattle shipped from Kissiniincc : Hshed Equipment reputationCOLLKUK for work. In science unsurpassed A strong faculty and a well estab j.1EI'
!engineering and to IM built to last
_'. appears can be introduced for the benefit of om ] > the early part of the week to. the' OK LIBERAL ARTS FOR WOMEN. Separate buildln.. Liberal .., \
for'ages. When the filling in is completed) I Art. and bourses for School Teacher.. I>om_tlc Science. / :'t
:;: mere'bants," was the hoin- expressed by the' St. Louis. market Of course, from a western COLLEH11 OK LAW. Three. professors who are College, and lAw Graduate. .
: and the city streets are extended (o (hewater's "give their entire time to Instruction In this department. Magnificent law lib' il'
t'it v assessor." standpoint, that is not a great many nary practice court room class room. and debating club room.. .
edge Sanford will have an improxcment COLLEGE! OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCHOOL, OF MECHANIO ARTS. Medii.1iI
cattle to ship, but from the Florida view anlcal. Civil, Electrical and Chemical" Engineering and Manual Training Course c ;
of which the city can feel justly leading to degrees. Fine new buildIng.. co.tly equipment. .'
+ The bulkhead is well braced with One of the finest special editions ever point it is a goodly shipment. Hut it onlyserves TEACHERS' COLLEGE. Leads to a degree The entire equipment of the ..i\,\
//10' proud. College of Liberal Arts and the Normal School Is used for the benefit of those 1- '
to show what might be done all overt "
published' in Florida was issued last week pursuing this
intervals IH.
concrete and steel braces placed at cgW.i
r iJSINES8. !
COLLEGE b Methods. all' ILi;
and anchored to "dead men" well-)) by the East is Lake Region under the capable is state. It is true there are large prairie branches.. Shorthand and typ..wrltfng. klecUve courses. Banking open In In oth./ t!
f departments Large faculty and commodious ..
sections down that for the cattle to
_ buried in' the sand. As a whole the bulk- and efficient! direction of Clarence way PREPARATORY ACADEMY. Graduat. prepared to enter Ha.ar4. Yal" ,y, a.
but there is no trouble about Princeton Cornell Chicago, and aU first cIa. coll..g.. 7Q r
Woods. This edition which consisted of range upon, a
+ head appears to be so constructed as to I ,MUSIC Mlchran. pipe organ large number. of pianos large fa.\ ..4ulty
if the stock is thorough ,
w, ,stand the wear of a century. sixty-eight pages, finely illustrated and range anywhere properly. ART SCHOOL New '.tud .o. Costly casts, model. eta. Museum of FIn.. ,:'I'
cared for. Arte. Regular and special courses given.
The trouble has been the dredging in of printed on book paper, is a tribute to the Address: JOHN B. BTKTSON VNIVBRSITY. DeLand. FIaProper >,I I". "

; .. 'substance from the bottom of the lake to art of printing as exemplified by the Lake It is stated on good authority that thereare .}t '. < I I"I I

: fill up the lowland behind the bulkhead to a Region force. It contained page after from G,000 to 10,000 cattle coming into .,"

of advertising which indicates the the St. Louis market week from '.
: height of about six feet. Until recently the page every '. "

. "company 'having this in charge failed to prosperity of Eustis and surrounding terHtory South American ports. If cattle can be .,
r',. 50... .v solve this problem, but a new man was recently and the groves, gardens, roads and shipped from those ports to St. Louis and a 1"'

:" '; : placed in charge. His method of I I'fit lakes of Lake county are beautifully shown compete successfully with'the home grown .:,'\ 'f.

\ moving the dredge farther out into the I in handsome illustrations. One of the best product, certainly the farmers of Floridaare 4 ..A"r.

p t : l",t.'to 'water: and sinking his suction pipes deep I' features of the edition was a reproductionof in position to find a good market for '--1 f i

'" 4: <;'It. 'into, the black muck bottom was criticized items which appeared in the Lake Region all the stock they can raise.

,- ';';. 'by his I predecessor, who said that he would in 1886, twenty-nine years ago, when It is also said that eggs by the thousand Planting of Public Grounds /

;A -reak'the machinery.! To this he replied that paper was owned and operated by dozen are shipped into Sail Francisco annually .

that'he''would rather break machinery Charles B. and Hewitt Hill. from China. Despite all the eggs A Feature of Royal Palm Service

Since that time about which the now famous Petaluma hen can
,,thari the company. ,
.i; ,two'..weeUs' ago, the dredge has been workIng The Sunday} issue of the Tampa Tribuneof lay there is still demand for more, and that The Boost hotel or publjc building will lack in beauty and comfort ualeu the tur- io
; this week contained of the demand is met from far the rounding ground are properly planted. This U especially true in Florida when 4 ''+4-'
a reprint entire across
", a successfully with night and day seat visitor expect evidence on every side: that this i Ie "the land! ol

-: { <, and, rapidly being filled article recently published in the Valley some. 8,000 miles being traversed on the! Royal Palm Nurseries make a pedal feature planting plan lhrwen"i* and mat aI oi{ i-

,::- .. GaZette in regard to the new Wood-T& way, : Now, it is not half so far to, San the rounds of hotel and public building. 14 tb* Royal Palm 'lollectioo.ILq'\

"' ,: 'uP'. .This experiece'of' Sanford proved ,that Brick, the invention of J. Wade Tucker, of Francisco from Florida ports by the way then i Is a fin assortment of plant for porch decoration and interior ire.'A*"' d

... PV;,* "' '*. there is always a solution to every engineer- this city., This,inventionf which is now being ofthe, canal as'1t is from China Why'not R'easoner Brothers Offer, Plapters ,

4-'t ' : Ing-problem."' ';therlghtkmatids found' to tested on.the streets of Kiesimmee and the,'farmers of Florida get:busy and supply Service i Based on, Florida..Experience I 4.l 'i<4'

)t. a the which :so'mo of.this ? Tsl laT.lak4. ......-_bee_.ts0.1 d.. ... .J"
fop manufacture of : local company speclaldemand for'eggs s late ntaloc, vklck S.a.t..l..r.1.1 '
:'- i" ; 'b. Ir has'been formed, has, attracted,'attention Gainesville Sun.rf ., '" .. F"" .*s.ta..., .ad **laiw .....t..../....' us'smr ....,_ .. J..tSS.v***. "p' te su'\ '
will; that'city _
,. : *.bulkhead'and fill ; 8tJ! < ?. "f
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;v > *' ",V.VjC'vota. ,' < ''*' ; ; ' ', .. ,*. 1. pdditrs. n ''f > r *.u" ...! pto.p..tie.'alset.g) sp.ei0'yl.j '
', : 6000to :h.a4i1hfe quarter'.mile' : .throughout(: Yrthe :: hole ..,United .:- .u .', ? ;", ., alaata .... pt.."" .-.... ibis. _..d. a. aet ...end I. 10. ..;
.I?!.{ ; t, :, ( ', States:! "It i to be that the of bon/ls "for public improvementswill lkN'..*.., le! **fTW. wsst.. ... el .....l t t* YOU *& aon.l*.' :
/- .It_./ 'xllti'Ilteefnt'/reasonable' ; 'figure company d': 1;Bsasxf olatUsf I* Ike lk... le-flMUv, .tat.*. MO pea'WRY, ;'t 't(
'' '' in81saimmeepomeprap :will;.decide .to,loc t4; its plant A
-j' and offers us her* j. 216 : :, Orieto Florida fir
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..:. : '. MI"'I' ".o t ',we'aaT.-.80m.e day.ex. mee., 'iNf't. .. ""' ......'... progress. .,. 'State; \ f, _
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,, ,FRIDAY,. JULY 3s.-3115.. ,. '\ THE &IS.S..I&: VALLEY GAZITTE ':. W I!? .:.. _It

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(: .. ....,.N ,.i I M9NN" :1 I I All Lrndavorerpoaa bl. should plan i. Mr*. Jackson i* president Gf the 1 small" sum." This will add much to the pal face* la Florida U shewn by a'report Lek.'........"..._, ', ,_ B" r;;.,
to hear her. The date is Nov. 9-B.< woman's work for. the .Christian I attraction for our winter guest Mow, ; of the census bureau, Just lasaed Le _,-J, ,;, ,... -:'- "
;. FAtE SANITATION, State President Duncan.B. Carry church In Florida, and her husband.I* why cannot other Florida societies *.-; which show that when ,the last cw IIOD"" ;. .. .......: iJ.'
.1 I has for u..intea-et&U seers.wo an earnest. worker, in that, denomination. detie. help beautify town parka already sus was taken there were only l74 In* c
i+ ,, Dr arranged Florida aw 1900 N..I'. : 1 i1..r"rlPalm
By J. YPorter., tour Florida started or, a* the hastier of diaas ia a* against '
''' State, Health Officer. .. w.KarlIs November '' Stuart, start the ball to rolling them-I' and 171 In 1890.' They were distributed Beach pr..i 11 ,-. _
" all the district
,This sounds OOd'eel'of,the Civic MI...*.*' by counties at three.census.. period., Pasoo... .. ...,.:_ ..., _.Yy .. ,,1 ,
;... II..II.....; that conventioni Is their are to' com' within League spirit oso@f ton wished, for our Interlachen..July Y0,1915.Grace M follows '-> ..- Polk ..'.. .. -.;., 15 ......._ _..:'. .,."
time plan.
Endeavorer d "Tho A. Townaend., Putnam., ___ _. __ 8 ,
d ''Ie''tl.mod.xastr.noouatid.yesplendid, ..;Mrs,<'S..L. Jaekso..tat.Juniorlea , Beach Ppsfjaayi in its Stuart; news: mo i oo 1810B..rcl St. John ..M,;.....:.- ._.. .._ 2 .4
movement for, the d s,did not get enough C. E. World The Iota belonging'to the Episcopal w INDIAN"IS DISAPPEARING '--,.-- ,_, .....' Bl. '25 Santa Ross __.._ _..: i._ 11; n8umter.
,,, d or soul uplift of mankind in gen- snpscriptions to materially she her church have been cleaned and prepared Dad _. ,,.' __.'. _... ,109' ..1S4te ._,,..._... _..._}. _., 1 1
particular, degenerate to the plan of going to Chicago, bat and for grass which will soon be plant- Census,Repert Shew Fewer.In. Floe Soto.'_.'_.reef 11 ..._. ..*- Volosia '._ ... '6 ..::.:,. 15'.
.1 h tl. of the fads.- The moral influence!I I I Roy' Jackson' took< in the Christian' ed. It is the purpose of the Christian ; Duval ....._., 11 ..._ ...raw.Esambin Walton{ .....,.__. W_"\ 1,
t 1* excellent onv the amateur faddist,1 church convention in Los Angeles, and Endeavor society to fit the grounds in .... ...''_. .'_. 5 /....1: ,1 1 l
, for he, or she.,IInacin'I'that he, or were to.return horn .to Daytona byway good shape for tennis l grounds to be I Washington D. C.-Ttut.the ,In.I Hillaboro...\..,_, ,8 .1, :z .'Minnesota dob'wom.D are agitating;, S
. moralised she, I. really world useful but in on thus the l victim much the d.* I of New,' Orleans,, about August: all members. ,'.others- to pay. ,a I than is fast_ disappearing before theIt's ,Jackson _;i;.-,. ..... .-..,. ,1' :..... the idea of home ,for, teachers,'T-. ,, .

',result i Ie damaging. ,-----
" 'magnificent' idea Involved in

the prison reform movement or in the .,
\ ,reform of the prisoner, havo been perverted . 41 j _. I
f ,to the .serious injury of the A
prisoner himself by these
,i' ;>ed. enthusiasts. abort-ligbt-I ,4
:' The'doctors have been r
. '. years from the text of lower sick your THE Real '
*-';r and death rates from better sanitary' "
\ Personality and surroundings. Fakirs' '
Fault if
," J have. used the word sanitary to,advertise -' Big 3RingGrandShow *
: > their! wares and the people have :
,.' believed and have boughW-in short, you miss DOLLAR '
, they: have been "stung.;" Cleanly peo- i ,
, pie have absorbed the idea that such this BigEvent of the
.+things have virtue in them because '
f'. 'the manufacturers say they have, they
pay; their good money and consider I Sea"son .

. >,'themselves safe :
_No one can'be absolutely safe from
P-b-ct with disease outside a vacuum .. ... Int
; case, fed witn sterilized air and ,
1. ,food and drink. We know there are
.. certain disoaso organisms always in
I, the air, at some times more than '
.\ others, and if is the resisting powerof CLEAN SWEEP *f *
" the individual that enables him ,
to fight successfully their attacks. ifII. ai
This illustrated by the many-times i,
repeated occurrence in which two per-
" eons are alike exposed to pneumoniaor ,' : r'f
other disease. One with low resist
: ing power gets it. The other escapes
" because of his resisting power, due to
: good health and high physical condi- > Ls u
, tion.. -.I ,
In other words the best protection ,
of/the individual from disease is in his '
resisting power. This is attained and ). ,, fasti -
preserved by personal cleanliness bya (
vigorous elastic condition which "
comes from an absence of worry and :
overwork, backed by clean surround-I S ImIle1N "
ings and personality. The man who I \ .
gets up in the morning tired and un- I ,
r rested by sleep, is an easier victim to I
disease than the man who is ready to
clothes.fight as soon as he gets into his *3

While health teachers by no means
.' deprecate or depreciate the value of "
caution, of real sanitary precaution, ..
there is a certain mental condition ,* 'j
into which people work themselves by '
constant apprehensions/ of disease that --
makes life a burden and robs them of
the highest enjoyment of the desirable
Itv things that the Almighty put into the Entire Stock Thrown
S" vast world idstinction for us all etween to enjoy.indifferenceand There is on Marketa.

overcaution about; sanitary mat- .;
ten, and one is almost as harmful as
the other. The middle ground be-
tween is what the sanitarian wants to '
"each.and reach. He wants to warn SALE STARTS SATURDAY. w
f&*& the numerous fake devices
Wteitft, misusing the word sanitary,
are constructed mainly for the pur-
pose of separating the public from its

money.In a.certain Florida town is a dairy 3a
that has build up'a lame business by

. advertising dairy." An itself inspection as showed sanitary it to ,.
-:' be one of the filthiest places in the
'. state or country. "Sanitary" bread JULY 21 II 0 A. M.The "
+'or pie or meat Is usualy no better ..,r.
\ than the kind. .that is sold. without that
' .. \
nothing U the public gulled more ," ,"

1"?,. regularly oral or spring than water by the Bacteriological so-callod.min'.. '. .>': ,

,; ,,ly most of these are shown by cnemiV -
.. ... ..... -,
;i;: cal analysis to be waters ore which ... ... -"'''
than the artesian with "
' Florida has been blessed in many sections -
of the state, which are unsurpassed -
i as a healthful drink anywhere 1"
In the world. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA aa
Some prefer to spend perfectly good 1 DAYS DAYS 1 ,. ('1 B i
I h. money for lithia waters brought from
..c distant localities and to drink them for Greatest Value Offers We Have Ever f J
*r '''their supposed health-giving qualities. I -- Made To Our Customer -- f tI f'
;Jt may oe'a disappointment to knowA I gas
,that to secure one good therapeutic
t dose of the essential ingredient, car- a
-', bonate of lithium, would require the t d, ra
':; drinking of 250,000 galons of the fluid, +

t..,J'H'which'dilute. At makes the rate the of medicine one gallon docidodlTH1 a day-', Special Offer for MenTo Special Offer for Women i ""

#r nlmdst seven hundred years would ,.
'c;i"'be" needed to: acquire the single dose. .- Mac MI.
*<< The best sanitation, the strongest the Fiat Ten Men Inside Our Doors Next Saturday To the First Ten Women In.idOur Doors Next Satur-
ils resilience! to disease, is secured by intelligence -
. and common sense, evident Morning We Will Sell a day Morning We Will Sell ,)
;M ly a more or less rare combination ..
j" when it comes to a consideration of
: 4, the one to matter us all-our of largest health.personal interest 35C.'m Ribbed Undershirt for Only -- 5c. S yds. Of Good Grade Calico for --- 5e. "

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\'v;;'WhO- are "expecting to get a line," or $10.00-THREE PRICESPLATES TO MATCH ''
:". if' not expecting it, messages would MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 1 WOMEN'S WAISTS '
,"Tbe glad surprise. This is a fine 75c VALUE AT --------'*' c 65c VALUE FOR ______31 C $1.98 $1.48 17 QUART ENAMELED .2 : ,
Sunshine-department suggestion and
'w c '
.I'', recommend it everywhere. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS DISH PAN FOR & .j :
,.jwe>Mrs., Flora T. Matthews, secretaryat .35c WOMEN'S SILK HOSE $1 1 19
... SOc VALUE AT _______ 19 C
.< Hawthorne and Mrs. W. H. Cole- "
}i'l f' man Lake.Butler the are two superintendent zealous workers of MEN'S HATS 89 AT AN AUCTION SALE AND WE Z PACKAGES FOR ______ 5 C ,- l'I

;Mn north central district who are "hav- VALUE UP TO *%.SO --- C WOMEN'S CORSETS 3 6 GOT THEM RIGHT ; ;,
". ing a birthday" in July. 6Sc VALUEMEN'S ____________ C DONT FORGET THAT WE HAVE '
.. a sewing circle. Probably it is for C
the girl members particularly. Let VALUE $1.00._ -.---- SC HANDKER6 WATER GLASSES lOc ALWAYS SELL CHEAPER THAN ,
' have more sewing circle committees| CHIEFS 3 FOR C FOR .'
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'in Christian Endeavor and ask they I 25c BALBRIGGAN DERWEAR16c THE OTHER FELLOW. NOW AT ,w ,

; .: Keep on praying for Dr. Clark, who I Iv.ti FOR _ EACH 1 C FOR ____________.49 c CHEAPER. t.
:. 'very. ill with .tYphoid fever. ![ -- -- --- --- --- ------- -------- ---- k't
.Mrs .W. B. K.Iii one of the Flor. :
k-Ida delegates to the international conI -, :'
'y vention writes "My trip cost me
h about eighty dollars,, but I feel amply : : :
t 'repai : .cordiivlr fans Chicagoans, and.the
( *3&Uif seen ki&i&tei ,
.. about fifteen ,
" waf' hiftcent having .
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undred voices,from the choira.of thee'dt7 '
churches."' .Mrs.' Armor' and Dr' .; Home of 5 'andl5entGoioda.; W.'PERSONSCCO I' :;Proprietors';
Jf' :
Landritb's address were particularly' ; ,
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kara lto, be In the; temperance ,- "" ,

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t '1 , (Mattie Belle.narrla. Editor.) ( from page 1) WITH BARZE ON THE MOUND (Continued from Page One.) OFFICERS ELECTED AT ,'MEET! .

: .will take up the proposition of passingan KISSIMMEE WINS FROM VISIT. short-cut fill and bridge to lessen the ING HELD LAST NIGHT j AND '".J

,. 4.1k- ,. Reqaestb 4e to aU paboni of the VaDer Gazette to M.d Items ordinance which will 'provide the ORS IN THURSDAY'S GAME BY distance to St. Cloud he favors the SPREAD HELD AFI'ERWARD44T' 4,

method by which property owners will SCORE OF 5 TO 0-SAME TEAMS elimination of the whole plan."I MANHATTAN HOTEL-ORLANDO .. ".

.:, :i 01 ,octy e'featl' to the Editor for pib1ication, i ia tei. co).... pay their part of the cost om improve- BATTLING AGAIN TODAY. want to' see these two roads MEMBERS HELP: INSTALL', ,

, t' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ments, if the bonds carry. The bondsof bricked said Mr. Bass, "but unless .

__* /; . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. ._ ..A..A.. course, will care for the entire cost the people of Kissimmoa vote the LODGE. 'j,
. "" nn the funds ,
raise -
- and the city will then collect from the The Kissimmee Cowpunchers were bonds necessary to ,

PYTHIAN SISTERS ROOK PARTY property owners on each side of the in fine form Thursday afternoon and to build the bridge and brick the roadto Last night about fifty of the leao,'''K; /1',

II" Mrs. S. E. Gardner, Mrs. J. Z. Rob- Mrs. R. D. Thomas entertained witha streets affected for their onethird.It easily defeated the famous Braden- the city limits on the north I am citizens and business men' of Kis-,' :

: erson and Mrs. W. L. Paulk., will en- rook party Saturday evening at her is planned to pass an ordinance giving town team by a score of 5 to Oat' the going to advocate the county standing simmee ing met at the Firemen's Hall in 't

tertain the Pythian Sisters Wednesday home on Clyde avenue in honor of the property owners ten years in local ball park. This afternoon the still on this proposition of paving Makinson building and with the

g..: afternoon at the Chapter House Miss Mamie Aurand of Colorado. After which to pay their part of the cost same two teams are clashing again until the city is ready to do her part. aid the of C. J. Loomis, district directortogether 'J}

from four to six. playing/ several games of rook of paving This the council should do and the locals went into the fray witha "I don't know what the rest of the with about thirty of the )'

* dainty refreshments of sherbet and and if it will take action at the meet determination to make the series county commissioners think about this of Orlando, members,of ,'
cake Those '1 next and the plan, but I believe they will! he withme I business men .t:
' SPENI THE DAY PARTY were served. present were ing Tuesday apprise all their own. 7it< I the honoree Misses Ella Mae Gilbert of that action the eflect would on this. The next meeting of the I No. \\i
I Misses Anne and Inez Carson 'nt I people Barze was on the mound for the locals I! to organize a lodge of that or-
. trtained Misses Virginia Tiller Phyllis C'orinne Gilbert, Lucy Buckets, Ethel : he favorable to the bond issue. ] yesterday, and while he pitcheda county commissioners iM scheduled to .
.f f ,. of Sanford (Jilliert Messrs. Sam Lupfer Melville This plan should be adopted, for be held next Monday, but Chairman der here.'I'he _:
I 4 Jarrell and Nellie Elder good': game, he was uneasy at times. I I' following officers were apopint- .
t ,: I with a spend the day party at Paradise Huffman Harper Casler, James Buck- with the first bond of $5000 not fallingdue The ]locals, however, gave him a gilt- Lesley is out of the city and will not ed I'

Island Wednesday. els, Walter Thomas. for ten years, all of the paymentsof edge support in the pinches and he be buck in time for the meeting. I \V.: C. Gilbert, dictator. ,

;4 * the property owners, if legally registered a shut-out victory. He am in fair of postponing this meet- C MacKarlund, vice-dictator. ,
made would be in the city treasury ing for one\iveek so that WP may know J. '1'1;
il'r' AFTERNOON TEA ROOK PARTY gave up three hits and no two oft.h..m Ii. H. Ludlum, past dictator.
before that"time and the election call just; what happens in the city bond '
; .' Miss Emma Bachofen d.lightfullyJi came in the same frame. I '
: Reaves prelate.
L. ,
] I
: ) Miss Mal l Overstreot) delightfully John
this shall election 7 and be fully
that nil of
:\ entertained a few friends at tea Tuesday Thursday provides money Haley started the game as theheaver on August may I J. MucDonough, secretary. .
with rook A.
entertained party -
in i into the fund for the retirement of informed before taking any action on ,
in her
/ afternoon apartments /go for the visitors, but he lasted treasurer.
: Dawes)
*' her home Mab- W. II. ,
afternoon at on
4. '''. Mrs. Ar- I the bonds. the paving bids which are to be in at
1- the Inn. Her guests were l ctte street in honor of Miss Louise only two innings. When, after scoring Tru h'es-K Mach, James S. Lilly
11' c.. \ mer Mrs. E. E. Wells, Miss Ruth Maclean of'Gotha. I Delicious refreshments I To show how this plan will work, three runs in the first, the locals that "meeting for paving the Orlando D. C. Thompson.. ,'1,'

,, Thomas, Miss Eliabeth Aultman and of punch and cake were served. we will take for instance the Mab came back at the start of the third road. Sergeant at arms-G. C. Outlaw. "

, ", Miss Tracy. Those present were Misses Louise bette street improvements. We take with a single] and a double which Mr. Baas was emphatic in his state- Inner guard-F. S. Ledbetter.-.... sr H
.. * 'this because it offers home another he ments and talked like he meant every c-;
r 'I'' Maclean, Celeste Moseley, Sarah proposition a brought tally was Outer guard-G. C. Hammick. ..
'I;- BIRTHDAY PARTY Clark Parah Clark, Ada, Louise Simpson good example. We favor as many of hoisted and R. Wyatt went to the word he said. lie discussed the prop- With some of the best and leading '
Little Miss Catherine Tiller delightfully the bonds the will ball and osition freely with a large number of ,\
Miriam Munger, Sammy Dixon, as property owners points. Wyatt pitched good citizens of the community and business -
ZtE entertained about forty of her Mamie approve and hope that they will vote the locals were only able to bring one Kissimmee people and to each of them of the city comprising its :
Grace Gilbert, men
fi I t4 friends. Wednesday afternoon at her Violet Gilbert, Marjorie Witherspoon.Futch of in favor of every one of them, but we more run in the remaining innIngs of said in substance that if the city did membership it is believed' that the
;, home Beaumont avenue in honor the not do her part he was not in favorof '
not urging proposition over
on Webster, and Mary Tiller. are one game. lodge will soon be among the best
; of her eleventh birthday. Games were another, with the single] exception of Porter, who played short for the locals the county spending one cent on and strongest and of great benefit to
would ,
J, .. played on the lawn after which dainty.I the $15,000 for the retirement of the was the one bright particularstar brick roads, which center here its membership and to the community.Each .
l ( refreshments of punch, ice cream and indebtedness due of and prove of great benefit to the
outstanding now in the batting firmament. He member realizing that the spirit

.i cake were served. I' F W.C.T.U. COLUMN I] which we will have more to say later. went up to the plate four times and town. of brotherly love is the primary motive ,

1 'I B. O. WCLUBMiss But returning to the Mabbette three times he hit safely, two being and genius of all true fraternitieshas

: Kathleen Bearden entertained 1 street proposition. The estimated cost doubles and the third a single. He BASEBALL BOYS NAME chosen these principles for which

( the members of the B. O. B. H. club Medical temperance was the sub- of this work is something over 8000. scored two of the four runs .on his the lodge stands as those upon whichto
We will say to make tho example own account and brought home two base the of the lodge-
;: Tuesday afternoon at her home on ject that occupied the program: hour success
, y i that this work will cost $9000.
of inclement whi tv in plain, more with his trusty willow. DATE FOR MINSTRELSBIG Purity, Aid and Progress.It .
'.. Emmett street. On account at the last meeting, < n. \s The city must whole for one-
as a
pay is not the intention of these honorable
. weather many were unable charge of Mrs. Morrow. Several m- Lacy Johnson in center field won "
third of the street and for the inter-
.it to be present. Dainty refreshments' teresting testimonials were read from the plaudits of the crowds by his per- ] and upright citizens, who have
sections. For of
of ice cream and cake were served. I eminent physicians of successful prac- will purposes that the city even formance in the outer garden. No EVENT WILL TAKE PLACEON affiliated themselves with the order )
Miss Ethel Gilbert will entertain the tice without the use of alcohol in any ures we say pays less than six chances, all of them dif to uphold or promote anything lesa '
one-third of the cost. This would
her home decided to ficult ones came his and than that which is calculated to
club next Tuesday at on form. It was place several way everyone
? Park street. bulletin boards in conspicuous leave $6000 to be paid by the property was safely cared for. Although they 1STH. AND A BIG LIST OF strengthen the membership and promote -

; fI places, for temperance, and other interesting owners of Mabbette street. We believe ; were nervous about the first two or LOCAL TALENT WILL TAKE the welfare of the society. The ,
that there in round numbers
: ; HONOR MISS MACLEAN are Order of Moose is in march with
IN OF I reading matter. Mrs. Pfann three which went to Lacy's garden and PROGRAM.The Loyal
I Miss Celeste Moseley Delightfully will conduct the literary program for sixty property owners along] and Mabbette seemed labeled for two or three bases, modern civilization. It stands for -_. _, '

- entertained Tuesday evening in honor the next meeting, Friday. August 13. street, between Stewart Bermuda. the fans finally became so confident progress, material mental and moral: X

i of her guest, Miss Louise Maclean, of The grand prize for the finest exhibit avenues. That would mean that 'achiroperty that when a ball] sailed out to his boys of the baseball Hub und The Moose believe in helping each '

.s \. i ". Gotha. The diversidn of the evening in Group 18-"Alcohol, DrugRand of owner would for the have to pay an corner, they rested back against the their friends are arranging all the details man to better his condition and to cultivate -
$100 ,
: \ was a memory contest in which Miss lol>acco"-in the department of average improvement boards with a sigh of relief, us muchas of the Kissimmee Baseball] Association -I friendship, fellowship, kindliness I
Mamie Witherspoon won first prize Social Economy in the educational or under the proposed plan $10 and interest to say-"It's a sure out." I II Cn-ater; Minstrels, which will] I 1 loyalty love and all the things

and the consolation prie was given to section of the Panama-Pacific exposition each year for ten years. That I There was a goodly assemblage of be given at the (Casino theater on Friday -' which tend to restoration of advancement .

II J. C. Ledbetter. Delicious refreshments has been awarded to theWorld's seems like a small enough to sum he, as small an I fans, out for the game, but with the night, August I Kith.: The boys declare I of purity, aid and progress. Any-
figure, ought
and ,
i of cake and punch were served. National. C. T. U. average thing subversive to these characteristics -
\c ". and ex- enough payment for the advantages of | half] holiday on and such a !good I game that the supposed bad luck that I Ii Ii
hibit. Group 18 has to do with the in prospect there should have been i is attributed to Fridnylnd the thirteenth is something which need not bethought i
PICNIC ON ISLAND having a paved street in front of one's !
other effects of alcohol ]- I to have its. promotion by the 1.
afternoon "physiological and) three or four times as many in the I has no horrors for them and
* A jolly party enjoyed an and tobacco statistics of I property. I quality! of citizenship which composes
drugs ; stand. they expect (to have a great mindtrel
1 he will work out
Oliver's Island Wednesday same example on
picnic on the of the
consumption und economic cost organized show and to realize membership lodge. j
; I a neat sum to
other of and if the The Kissimmee hand
_. as guests of Messrs. Leslie Deglow, efforts for Intemperance any thc streets was out as I After the organization of the lodge,
and Cal M- lessening council will this proposed ordinance usual for concerts between care for their expenses./
Ted Glenn Dudley Glenn pass I innings the members and visitors tendered
and of and tobacco were
.,; Caughn, who are living there. In the I use drugs of we believe that the property I and many were the words, of compliment The minstrels will be under the direction I with light refreshments at the I
also trade
? -t ., party were Mrs. W. W. Vaukey and ; legal regulation in owners affected will approve the bond passed upon the wonderful improvement of harry Hartzell, leader of Manhattan hotel. During ths spreada

Mrs. G. W. Moody of Miami, who are I liquor, drugs and tobacco of and the private issue. this organization has been the I Dixie' Theater orchesctra.who. has number of speeches were made by f....j'

guests of Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Miss and trade.public" management liquor In regard to Uv? $15,000 providedfor I making. The band was heartily op- had considerable)] experience in the the visiting brothers and local lodge- .

o i Ethel Roberson, Mis Leona Roberson, I The exhibits in with the payment of outstanding indebtedness [ plauded for its efforts and the music minstel, and show business. I men.

i Miss Ruby Prevatt, Miss Leonore that of the World's and competition National] Wo- there is every reason to | kept everybody in a good humor. The star end men will he Randall Temporary quarters for the 1<
;_ Mrs. J. S. Cadel and Miss believe that if this can be met with :McLaughlin and "Juzbo" the mysterious. -
Richards The box
) man's Christian Temperance Union | scores of the game follows] : I be secured in the Makinson
ti 1j ( Geneva Roberson. I the proceeds of the bond issue, the city I Other blatk face artists will be I :
Kissimmee AU R II ing.
installed the AntiSaloon PO A E
". .. were by council will be able to lower the mill- (;eorge McCiowun; Lonnie Bass, Billy I
: 1 the Prohibition the Alvey, If 2 I 1 1 ((1) ((1)
RIDE League, Party,
LAUNCH I age for city taxes this year. In fact, I Burkam and Speedy Alvey.] Iel''iII
; National the Carson, 1 Ib 4 0 (0) 10 0 0
and Miss Alma Temperance Society, I
Stanley Bullock the council is awaiting the fate of this The ballad
I New York Hospital for the Insane, Hunter ,2h 4 1 1 ;3 1 1 singers and quartet
\ Griffin entertained Monday eveningi4' bond issue before fixing the millagefor I
.' in honor and by Japan and Uruguay.FloridaGood Porter, SH 4 2 :J 1 2 2 members will be Dr. J. W. Simpson,
with a launch ride to Paradise this very reason. Kenneth McPherson J. Want Ads.
C. McFarland, [ fi fiFOR
News. Farmer, 3b 4 0 1 0 40
of Sanford. The
Miss Nellie Elder of
i Buyers securities are positivethat P. K. Weaver, Guy Gardner and Tony ,
; swim in the lake after Suffrage in Georgia.Our McGowan, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
party enjoyed a the bonds can easily be sold if Regero. Fred Bass will net as inter-
which delicious picnic lunch was sister state of Georgia is now Storey. c 3 0 0 6 1 1 .
a they are voted by the taxpayers. -Reoantly locutor.
Those in the the in suffrage legislation the Legislature Barze, p 3 0 0 0 3 0 SALE-Lot of
served. party were : the representative of a bond Other minstrel will will be second haid furniture -
'. E. C.
in The suff- Johnson, cf 3 0 1 6 0 0 :
Miss Marie Huddleston Inez now being session. beds ..
honoree house springs dressers. 1l
buying gave out an interview to Duzenberry, Lacy Johnson, Sam Storey -
of have Prentis 0 l' 0 0 0 0 -
.Carson, Phyllis Jarrell, Virginia Tiller ragists Georgia an advantageover one of the Jacksonville papers stat- Leslie Alford, W. Mason Tiller chairs, stoves, etc., also a Jersey' li'
Messrs.: Everett Roberta Lee Mc- Florida suffragists in that the ing that his house and others were - - - Tice McAllister Roy Prentis cow giving 3 "-

: ,eanand .Will.l Mason Tiller Legislature meets every year, and the eager to. get Florida bonds and that Totals 31 5 7 ,27 II 3 Sheldon Johnson., and day. See J. E. RushCItl.32t/milch rt"per

"' ". suffrage work 4s continuous. They they would buy they could Bradentown AB R II PO A E A
every one The Kigsirnmeo band will assist tho
.. '<', '. ;it ; ? ."BATHING. PARTY I simply strengthen the fences and go find. This ought to be. evidence Elliott, ss 3 0 0 0 0 0 ball boys wtyh the musical end of the FOR SALE-Nice bungalow with '.
> :Miss 'Laura Virginia Tiller entertained -' on and on, and this year they have enough that the bonds can be sold if Haley, p & If 3 0 0 0 1 0 program.There large lot in good residence a ction1"

r with a bathing party at St. every indication of success. Sad it is voted. Rood, 2b 4 0 0 2 1 0 will be of Kissimmee. on payments like \ '
a big street parade
in honor of to Florida that this on -
Cloud Thursday evening suffragists state The Valley Gazetterealizes that M. Wyatt, Ib 4 0 0 9 1 0 the afternoon of the show. Admission rent, or will take vacant lot as first :
Elder of San- could lead the south in -
her Miss Nellie not
guest Ui's ) a Kissimmee must do something in the Pulliam, c 4 0 0 10 2 1 will be fifty cents downstairsand Payment. J. H. Halley, Loughman
After in lake amendment but has best
a Georgia
-. ...jTord. a plunge way of public improvements and that Gates, rf ::1 0 1 2 0 (0 thirty-five cents in the balcony.The 30-3t I:
Those in wishes for and God
picnic supper was enjoyed. success, speed, the mere fact of going ahead along Tuney, 3b 4 ((1) 1 (0) 4 1 boys who have agreed to take

:- T the party were the honoree, Misses with no feeling of envy. Only love f these lines is the best evidence possi- Lightfoot. cf ::1 (0 I I) (I 0 part in the minstrels have all had experience DWELLINGS for rent, .apply to M. ..Ii'
Alma Griffin Lucy Witherspoon, for fellow man (and the Methodist Tiller.
ble to the outside world from whichwe Mahon, If I 0 0 0 0 .
and there is considerable talent .
Grace Nelson, Messrs. Stanley Bullock preacher said the brethren embraced 01 I ,-'SI.
citizens and enter- R. Wyatt, 2 0 0 1 2
] -; Albert Bearden Marian Farmer, the si tprR.)Extract from an articlein expect new new p 1 1I among them. In fact the boys FOR RENT-Six room modern cottage -
s Will Mason Tiller. M. and Mrs. Gay "The State." prizes that the capital city of Osceola I I 0 should be able to put up a creditable lose: in; $12 per month. E. '
county is a live wire. :31 3 l 24 11 performance. Rehearsals will
i begin
Livingston, chaperones. E. Wells, Real Estate and
21 Insur-
------- We hope that the voters will I at The
41SEWING. approve Score by innings once. boys expect to spring ,
: ance. 104 1'ossiel Ave. (The Inn). I
the bond issue for item
PARTY Whenever You Need a General Took every Kissimmee "30110000 X- some surprises in their jokes and 1---- IItt

,, Miss Laura Virginia Tiller delightfully Take drove's included in the election] call. We hope Bradentown 000000000 I -0 songs. They will decerve the patronage FOR SALETwo boats; one 35x10.

entertained with) a sewing party The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless first and foremost that. they wil vote I of the public. I H. p. T. & M. engine; one Itt ,
I for the $15,000 to retire the Summary Two base hits-Porter
Monday morning at her home on chill Tonic is equally valuable as a present : foot long, 4 II. P. engine, will sell f fch..ap
; ". outstanding indebtedness in order 2 stolen bases Porter John-
; ,
Beaumont in honor of her
avenue General Tonic because it contains the also
I ; one pair large mules.
?tt J guest. Miss Nellie Elder, of Sanford. veil. known tonic propertiesof QUININB that our credit may be unimpaired andin son, Prentis; R.Wyatt; sacrifice hits NEW ROUTE TOMELBOURNE'SHORTER H. W. Thurman 22-tf

,. The morning was very pleasantly and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesout order that the council may have an ; -Haley; base on balls off Barze, 2;

c:1: ""t spent sewing and chatting. Those Malaria, Enriches the Blood and apportunity to reduce the millage. :j I struck out, by Barze, 6; Haley, 3; Wyatt FOR SALE OR/ TRADE for horse and

present were: Mrs. Parker, of Ar- Builds up the Wiole System. 50 cents. 5; hits off Haley-five in two innings wagon, one 2 cy. Quick in good

-r 4' I cadia; Misses Mildred Lee Anne and Women street car conductors in I ; left on bases-Kissimmee, 4; condition good tires; must sell or

.c j Inez Carson. Virginia Tiller, Alma AGE AND ANKLES. Glasgow. Scotland, are paid $6.75 per Bradentown, 7; first base on errors, trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. '
Griffin Grace Nelson Lucy Wither- Kissimmee 1; Bradentown 2; hit by Box 221,
week. (Continued from 7tf
Page One.
". "Let and ankles decide )
your age your
pitcher Alvey 2 .
spoQn, Corinne Gilbert, and Phyllis (by Haley)
the length of skirt. give this matter
refreshments of your Umpire- Weaver. Time 1:60. most careful atten- STRAWBERRY
.- Jarrell. Dainty PLANTS-Send 2.50' \
t It's noted fashion designer offers tion. You will
a The United States the first never forgive yourself
was for
cake served. 1,000.
and Cabbage
were plants at $1.50.
; you this advice, and it's worth heed- country in the world to enact measures Women are paid 10 cents a day for if you don't, and the citizens will Peach, plum, pear and cherry treesat .

4 1 LEAGUE SOCIAL ing. Miss Girl-of-Twenty, if her an- advocating pensions for indigent making army shirts in France. never excuse yeu. Don't use brick. 10 to 15 cents each. John Light ;

Misses Ella Mae Gilbert and Cecelia kles are slim, may safely tilt her widowed mothers. I If not "shell, or marl, use concrete-it foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf '

Overstreet entertained the members gowns to an eight-inch level above 1 NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR.fTor is most successful and durable."

rn of the Senior Epworth League and a the ground without offending the most Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe ( Final ninchnrge.) Mr. Hopkins is president of the FURNISHED ROOMS for light i

few friends Tuesday evening at theI fastidious taste, but the woman whose I Union! Cypress company of Hopkins, housekeeping at low rates for the '
1m Crt .t C .. ..... .
ankles have lost their slenderness will Old Stmrndard general .trenfthenlns'. Umle i iGIlOV t? J St.te .fFI.rI. which
home of the latter on Mabbette street. '. TA8TBL4J88 chill TONIC.Or'rf.outMsiartaeniIcbe.thebiood.ndbutid.uthesy. ... Oaeeln Cfmmtr. operates a railroad as far westas summer. Very close in, in plain
',\ I' After the regular monthly business prove her good taste by adding three *- 1m r. E.t.t. .( Deer Park in Osceola county and view of lake; always a good breeze; Tnf !1

meeting a social hour was enJoy. inches to the shoe-top length. tem. A true tonic. For adtslta and children. SOc Walter D..... Sr. which will evertually be exten.fed to very desirable location; all conven-
Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt
,tf4.I diversion of the evening was a peafttU" may concern that on the twelfth day connect with the west coast, in ad- iences; large porches; any numberof
t J race, which caused much merriment. ------- of December L D 1115i.rl shall apply dition to the large lumber mills which rooms desired at one-half win..

't ''I.t' After playing several games the to the Honorable T. ; Judge. have been in operation continually re- ter rates. Call or address No. 14
of said Court of Predate,
an Judge for
guesta were invited into the dining my discharge an Administrator of the regardless of dull times incident to the S. Orlando avenue. 18-tf

-, ''t room where a picnic lunch was served. state of Walter B.... ar.. deeeased; war. He also has large land and tim-
; l'lt c, The dining room was decorated with and that at the _loa tint I will present ber interests in this section. His herd FOR SALE-No. 6 Oliver typewriter,

Ii : ":; bamboo and grape vines to represent as Administrator to I said Court of said my estate final accounts and ask of 5,000 cattle range over a tract of nearly new. Price $40; cost $105

': .1 the woods. Delicious punch was served Are Your for their. approval. 104 000 acres-all under fence. Apply to S. H. Bullock. tf

I during the evening. Those present Eyes- Dated June IS.Jticgii'- '15. He is probably the largest individual FOR SALE. Hand '

; : ',: were Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, -o-a-mo-6mo Administrator.NOTICE T. BASS, . tax payer in Brevard county. and and ome china closet
Mlssea Nina Bratton, Alberta Hobson, that he is willing to have his' taxes a mission hall clock. Apply-

,.. :)); Ruth and Parah Clark" Louise Thompson increased for the purpose of building Mrs. Kulp, 221 Church street. 81.2t

( Mattie Belle. Harris Messrs. good roads is evidence of the fact
Q' Caster My wit., Mary L. Adamson, having that he is a far FOR SALE-Six good mJick cows and
Earl i business
Earl Cowger Harper left my bed and board this Is to notify man one common milch A. M.
,: '" "' 4, Morrow, will Mason Tiller, Melville valuable to you? Are all whom It may concern that I will I who haa a vision of the future possi- Story. Kissimmee Dairy.cow; 81-2pd
not be responsible for bill she bilities of this section
'<;J t .: Huffman. any may I of Florida.Advertiaement .
contract from this
,' .. C C date.
' July 17th. 18U. FOR SALE-An elegant lot of household -'
:<. t THEATERRARTY they giving you proper IS-St FRED DAMSON. ( ) l consisting of sideboard
'. f ) Misses Mabel Overstreet and Ce'tal" NOTICE goodS\\ ,

;\ "." ,{J'.t lute Moseley entertained with a ORDER YOUR COPY OF THE EAST and e bedding chairs, bedroom furniture -. ."
; ':. Thursday evening at the service? Our 25 KL.OHII ANNUAL now to be sure : As to Mr. Fripp, I will answer him sue} kitchen ntenee4 1',_l,,
i silver
., Dixie,TE.r': In honor of Miss Louise = years that you will get one. The Annual will next week. There is something doing. and cut-glass ware,;; the .V.. '
i'l .
( be property of Mr. G.
a comprehensive Illustrated M. Rearesv i
fj show the hookleti Ha, Ha, Ha. Who Who Who Er-,, ., .
After the ,
.Maclean of Goth 100 or more pages, txll Inchen. Whom erything to at ; ,
,;', \\0 j ., ..... party, went down to' the dock where of experience is at your cover. Nassau DuvaJ. Clay St. Johns. got 'er coming my way.G. Remington go bargain prices.'
i! the rest of the .....nIn .'At Putnam, Volusla. il.mlnol... Orange B. WOODALL. typewriter to go for $26; "
}, : "they spent Inquire at 116 1 1'I
}., ;- Brevard. Onceoln. St. Lucle, Vernon qyenuA. 81-tT
; Plt'.r.\ .I
delicious picnic lunch : \; I '
ax,late hour a Dade and Monroe counties. i )' <
"; f.t; : }i Those were'theT service. the; resources. of each county. Including Picture hats are trimmed! with '1" '
: waa eery-ed.-11 present WANTED-Party with om.iftsi
t!:" {
!3j1 white white dalaiea."UICHESTER
: kind of lands .
transportation facilities, 1 f'
.i" ', :c :honoree. Mlaea'.Mamie Witherspoon, roads, and crop. grown It will also to join in the organization m. m.poratton. .<
':",,, ;> ; iCeI@t.e"MOMI.Y."Graoe" Gilbert, samy1zonVIal.tGilbertMalOV1iT- tell. of sports afforded. names. of hotels. to conduct a business

\ :i.: -'T4 "*" and ranch valuable. Information for which there are largo 'profttlt'take
', winter residents, tourists, homeseekersand SPU.L8-
: -ll ,J!' ietreet.\Efizabet.b'Ledbette'z'> Messrs.iy Florida farm and townspeople. a position either.aa Been

." lr... Oventreet, Walter Baas, Hen- Cole the Send your order today with II cents In **-*- '.''I'.5 ..lA. .. ***1-.. or treasurer of the company.-"
1\\ -a..J -.: .
Optometristt I
Gilbert J. C.David stamp or coin for each desired. ,
t 'I:' etar7.' Prator copy .. rto. references and ths,5JflIIyQf: <
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;: .. r (*" 'e>hoae Ha. m --*: , county(..John, farm Daviianperintendont"off. the .. Mr..: and Mrs., phV, L. Raves; returned : STEVE tically Impassable as the \resnlt of' .
wasa business : last'night.from.Green' ACREYBRINGSt CAPT '
visitor prlnr"where B F.. HALL IS 'Ig" .'1;
in the heavy rains and ttwaa:
;If ;.Published Every Friday By city Tuesday.; i. "tr s. they have, been,':spending. twoeeka' ; make the longer haul In order Dece''Ir7'to-J to ''t
w.... .PABIUS A"JII, G.,.VAHS. AOMBIW : : 'i ,vacatlagt; : GOOD CROP-REPORT OKEECHO'BEE the pairing work going. .' r

1.-"\. simmerooi, ; >GIVENAWAY GIVEN AWAY MARSHAL A!?.' Glass believes thattlis''rosd I ,;
.MC' One gross ''Rogers'. Silver. ,TeaSpoons -r about a mile and a half of which is %.
? I ; .. -' i yet to b e built, will be completed with
Saturday 31.
given away .
: Engraved card and invitations. W. and Monday, August 2. Come: and get S The Hon. Steve Acne ,was, in ,the 'I Capt' B. F. Hall who"is,well known in the,tlut two weeks. ,This will be I :

/ 'rh 'Local can furnish them. Call at Valley Ga- ,.our..- Makinson's 6, 10. and 09 Cent city Thursday and says that his place In .Kissimmee,' has been named marshal welcomV' news to the motorist whowish' "' {
ifl i Field tette office.: tf Store. adjoining the Edgewater farms south of Okeechobee by the city! councilof. to reach Orlando from Kissim "
B. Dickerson is nice of the city, is in fine shape He has that growing town. His salary mee or vice versa. ;The automobillst '
; building a resi fine crops of corn, eweet potatoes and has been fixed at have been using the Boggy Creek road k ti
''1 J. C. Ferguson and W. per month. ,
. C. McClel- dence. on his farm at .Thurman '
t .oo..oo..ooouoo. .. land, of Rosalie, were! visitors in Kis- here he is engaged In City, rice. 'Mr. Acree says the corn crop in Speaking of Capt. Hall, the Okee- for some ime. taking the'brick ,at r,
I .o ...oo.Ot.oo.. oooooo slmmee last Saturday farming extensively Osceola county this year will be the chobee Call, the newspaper published Taft: but this "road has become i iso' V
'.I.\ largest and finest ever produced. there says: cut up that it is almost Impassable.)
\ H. E. Willis and ton, Lynn of Bra- Mrs. S. H.. Bullock and children re- lila rice crop is Mr. Acree's pride. The Chief of police, Mr. Hall, who Is "
I Weather ReportFollowing dentown, spent several days here this turned Thursday from: Coronado II: has four acres in rice which is just also a well known man in this
week visiting relatives. Beech where they have been spending now heading out. lie says the rice section having been between Okeecho COUNTY MAY'GRANT'F: E '. I qr'
several weeks. stands as high as a man's head and is bee and Kissimmee for the put thirty SCHOLARSHIP AT U. OF FLA,

E. E. Fairbanks left Tuesday for heading up in good shape. This rice years. Capt. Hall will discharge: his
See Dr. Davis
are daily 'tempera- Chicago, where he was called by the home office Park, optometrist Hotel few at for his is on the same trait of land on which duties we feel certain if he lives up During' the last session of the Legislature F
illness of his days he grew rice two and which his of II'
( turea and precipitations father. glasses for vision i years ago to record the past. an Act was passed which en-, ,
as headache.
reported or
pour last year produced a good of I
crop abled the
commissioners of each
by Government station Little Misses Lillian Harris and Work guaranteed, prices reasonable. The 'fertilizer
corn. only this pieceof '
at'Kissimmee for the county to and maintain a ,
week endIng Mary Seymour are visiting little Miss 31-2t I ground has had about 600
was scholarship in the University of Florida
I Thursday, July 29: Willie Garner at St. Cloud. !. Mies Ethel Wilder and guest, Miss pounds of cotton seed meal. HAULING BRICK FROM College of Agriculture. one ,

) Friday ____ _____.81 73 .34 Mrs. M. D. Wilson and children, of I Mary Dowell, of Illinois, are the Mr. Acres says he visited Ike Lanier student from that county z ro'r
guests of the tatter's' uncle, J. M. Wednesday and while on the way The scholarship wil amount to j.
Saturday un _____89 74 .10 Sanford, are visiting her parents, Mr. he stopped at the Weaver HERE TO ORANGE CO. alt
Walker of St. this place on $128.60 this It board
Petersburg week.
Mrs. year. covers and
and E. L. Parker.
I Sunday ____ _____.88 74 _. Brown Lake. He states that con- lodging at the regular rate. The
_.___ ___. Mrs. Ernest L. Green, who was siderable improvements being S
Monday 88 74 .96 : C. A. Carson and family are spending are student is selected by competitive ex'r
Tuesday ____ ____.87 76 .79 several weeks in the Frank Vans Tampa operated, is on recently in a hospital in made here. The land is being clearedup Between eleven and fifteen teams amination and the commissioner: are : ; )k
__ Agnew house on Paradist Island. getting along nicely and for parties who will plant orange have been busy since Tuesday' of this to hold the examination. The scholar fr,
Wednesday 85 75 .23 Mr. Green has received that
she land
nu word groves. This was sold by- John week
hauling brick from Kissimmeeto ship entitles the holder to a full
Thursday __n ____90 75 __ Mrs. W. D. J.: Sumner is not yet will be able to come home in a few M. Lee of Kissimmee, to the present Orange county for the new Orlando' course of instruction in the Univer r' '

able to be out again since being in days. owners. road. The hauling of the brick from a sity. Applicants must be eligible for art

,. Oo o-OOo- the hospital, but is improving. HANDKERCHIEF Slaughter Sale I sidetrack here to Orange county was entrance and must sign a certificate
Saturday and Monday. Everybody in made necessary by the condition of agreeing to engage in agriculture in
V J. .G. Carey, of Atlanta, spent Sun can furnish and Call Valley Ga-We Kissimmee come. Makinson s 5, 10 CALIFORNIA PEOPLE the roads from a sidetrack nearer the Florida unless unable or otherwise
day in Kissimmee. and 25 Cent Store. work.W. disqualified. ..t,
zette office. tf The J. Glass, representing the Alabama The Act is designed to enable some t ,s
J. C. Ottman, of Tampa, was a visitor Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reese, of Orlando Union Center will Endeavor hold a social society at the of BUY FLORIDA LANDSThe Paving company, has been here worthy person who has not the mosna : c, ' z a
this week otherwise to education. All
superintending the loadingand get an '
? here Sunday. spent Sunday the guests of Mr. school house at that place on Friday
i and Mrs. James M. Johnston.Mrs. hauling of the paving blocks. Mr. county commissioners have copies of y
evening, August 12th, to which the Orlando
Reporter-Star says: Glass and '
the Act
states that the road from the are acquainted with the '
N. W. Moorehead. of Peghorn, spent public is cordially invited.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Duncan, of
sidetrack details of the
H. W. Gradv left last Sunday at Connolly became prac- scholarship ,
last here.
Saturday for Macon, Ga., where she will spend and Mrs. II. H. Huff have as of ilaricopa, Cali., and Mr. E. B. Morrey, : t.l
two their Orange Center, manager of the - -- -
weeks the'latter's --
guests mother
W. T. of Palatka visitor visiting relatives. Mrs. ---r-
Hamm was a Munger Land Co.
here last Friday. S. E. Hope, her brother, Newell (Hope, too spent yesterday in .. .. .. ......
Mrs. George Overstreet left Thurs- her sister, Mrs. M. D. Kolb and daughter city stopping at the Orland Hotel.
day for Gotha, where she will visit her Clara all\ of Tampa.HANDKERCHIEFS Mr. Duncan recently bought 20 acres
J. L. Michels, of Atlanta, spent Fri- of land northwest of the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mosley.L. city through Fair Specials
day here on business.J. HANDKER Mr. Morrey. lie will return in the I play. : : -
G. Tindall W. N. Fertic and J. CHIEFS 60> doz. Ladies' fine em- near future and improve his newly _
C. Moore, of Clearwater, spent S. Tindall, af Whittier, were among broidered handkerchiefs, bargain acquired property. Mr. Morrey reports S '
Saturday in Kissimmee.J. the visitors in the city last Friday. slaughter sale 8c each. Saturday and busines aa being exceptionally Beef, Veal, Pork, Lamb, r

comeMonday.. Everybody in Kis- food for this period of the year, and Kidneys +
H. bus-
spent Tuesday: : o'a Mrs. John Johnston
iness Jacksonville.J. returned Thurs- simmec come.: Makinson's 5, 10 and anticipates a big rush during the winter Brains Tongues Hearts :
trip to day from a month's visit with her 25c Store.W. season. "There is hardly a mail ,

H. Reed returned Sunday night daughter Park. Mrs. L. M. Marsh, of Avon I. that does not bring a letter from some Sweetbreads;} Bologna "
from a short trip to Tampa. county tax asBosr.or, interested party inquiring about this -
and family moved this week to the section," he remarked '
/ Mrs. M. E. Jordan to a reporterthis Frankfurters.
and :Miss Lorene
is J. W. Miller house on Mahhr-tt street
Miss Nellie Elder, of Sanford, morning. "I can sea no reason ,
Miss Tiller. Ordway of Tampa, are the guests of where they will! live in t'io future,
Virginia why next will
visiting season not be banner
I Mrs.Boone.R. .Jordan's mother, Mrs. G. D. having sold their home on <'I'de avenue ono." Mr. und Mrs. Duncan a left on Everything In The Meat Line | ,rMt
of Orlando visitor to De Wilton Alderman.Mrs. .
Jim Patrick, was :a the 9:50: for their home in Maricopa. ,

in Kissimmee Thursday. S. Timmerman, of Atlanta Ga., J. A. Bishop and daughter,

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Breaker spent was in the city Mondav representing Dorothy, left Tuesday for a short I Fair Play Market
Tuesday afternoon in Orlando. the Eureka Fire Mote Manufacturing I visit on the coast, and will return here SEES 49 CARLOADS OF .

,. company. in a few weeks. Mrs. Bishop has Avenue Phone No. 24S J '
J. Bronson of Shingle Creek, Darlington
Mrs. S. gained many friends here by her
here Judge/ S. I 1)) Decker. William Bircher FINE PEACHES SHIPPEDNathan
Saturday shopping.
f.. spent sweet gentle manner.J. .
and L. Shambow, of St. Cloud

r' L. W. Farris, of St. Cloud, was a were prominent visitors in the city A. Bishop left Monday: for Bir- I .-- -- --- ---- - .. -. ---.t'
t visitor in the city Wednesday. Monday.Mr. mingham, Ala., and if possible wantsto Bryan, who returned last rr
return to Kishimmee and theremainder week from a visit in Georgia, i is telling t
:! H. W. Brock, of ughman, spent and !Mrs. A. J. Taylor and babyreturned spend his friends about the
; h ;_ '.. .1__ of the summer with Mrs. big peach crop Write For Catalogue Of
to th n
j: .. Saturday and Sunday in the city. a ir "V".I W mUOTI I Bishop and daughter. Dorothy, being around Marshalville, Ga., one of the .
mere Monday after
J spending several so well pleased with the principal shipping points for the famous -
summer cli- 1
' ". J. G. Kimmell, of Arcadia, was a weeks here.
Alberta .
i., visitor in the city last Saturday. I I Mr. and :Mrs. A. F. Bass, Mr*. W. H. mate. one day while peaches.In he was there Mr. CENTRAL BUSINESS : J. P

4 , H J. Sandlin, of Jacksonville was Millson and Mrs. Margaret Tillis, all Mrs. R. D. Fairman and Mrs. J. T. Bryan saw forty-nine carloads of
Burkhalter _
left last Friday for peaches loaded and north
night shipped
i __ visitor in Kissimmee Saturday.Mrs. of St. Cloud, were visitors in the city IICOLLEG
Jacksonville, where they boarded ward. The this he
Saturday. a peach crop year, KISSIMMtC BUSINESS SCHOOL #,
E. E. Brown, of Campbell was Clyde line steamer for New York City, says is a fine one with a good yieldof r

' in the city shopping last Saturday. Misses Virginia Tiller, Nellie Elder after visiting at which place they go big, sound fruit. The Georgia .
.:.. and Phyllis Jarrell spent Wednesdayus on to Albany and Schenectady. peach growers are getting fancy FLORIDA i iJ

t. Joe Enge, of Kissimmee Park, was the guests of the family of C. A. Miss E. L. prices for the product and are all feel- or "
1' In the city on business Thursday. Carton on Paradise Island. Wenner and Miss H. K. ing elated over the year's business.
,f Sawyer, of the firm of WennerSawyer t

Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilson, of Daytona Misses Helen Bass and Lilian Pren- Co., returned Sunday from a busi- J
A c-. spent Sunday in Kissimmee. tis and W. C. Bass, jr., returned ness and pleasure trip to New York, PORTER NO LONGER .
home Baltimore, Philadelphia, Washington f
Island Thursday after a visit with relatives i td
; T. A. Hughey, of Hilliard's in Cairo Ga. and Elon College, near Greensboro, 4.
x.a'',, was a visitor in the city Monday. I North Carolina.M. GRAYSTONE MANAGER BERNARD C. ANSTED, B.B.5.'Pres. c1.= :'u ::; ,
The of the .

..;V JRrr-Webb week-end with,friends of Tampa in the, spent city.'Mies .the along Broadway appearance has been greatly parkway Improved Orlando. N.'Sightler were visitors and B. Berry the of W. H. DAWES, V. Pres.. c .a au'University.>f Ss.ff leld;'lpj. .
city .
during the week the Porter '
i { past by Mr. and Mrs. R. D. '
": ::i Marlon Porter left last week trimming of the palm trees Thursday.rental They were looking for to leave at an early date are preparing for ,1.;..,.. ," 'f '..-

; '' for a visit with relatives in Miami. J. H. Tucker, a wholesale meat their families property and,and engage expect in .the to move fish- their Philadelphia future,home..where'*' they will make 20 :Years' rience'as'Teach iS"of, ..1 ,,;':'-i"I'\' :. ,

and Mrs..Edward Yates, of near dealer, of Orlando, was a visitor here ing business.The :
Mr. Mr.
i last Saturday here. Thursday. While here he bought 60 Rev. S. W. Lawler will be home Porter has resigned his positionas ALL COMMERCIAL BRANC'I1"E5"Splendid -' S
Connolly, spent of the
Graystone hotel
;. head of cattle from Lum Bass._ from a short stay in North Carolinato
which he held
position has for several
Dewtti Lightscy, of Bartow, was occupy the Methodist pulpit both
( visitor in the city on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, son Rich- morning and evening next Sunday. He years.H. Equipment, Lowest Rates .v
.... a ard, Mrs. W. II. Arnold and W. A. writes that he has had a pleasant visit. W. Thurman, owner of the hotel,
Miss Cecilia Overstroet is the proud Gregory returned Sunday from a but will be glad to get back in Flor has asumed active management of the Endorsed By Boards of Trade and Education c
of a r.ew Ford touring car. week's stay at Coronado Beach. ida. hostelry and will continue to operateit
possessor I as an up-to-date commercial and Special Courses in Spanish and Elocution '

Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. F. S. Ledbetter and family are preparing Mrs.'! 1) G. Francis and Miss Abbie tourist house. J't

E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 30tf to move to the 1J0ne"an" nrnnerty - Harris. .left Tuesday for Portsmouth, YJIi1111
on Stewart avenue, formerly I occupied Ohio, their old home, for several
S. G Barber, of Boggy Creek, wasa by Roma Thomas and family. weeks' visit with their brother "
C. H. ? '
business visitor here last Saturday. !Dr. J. E. Moore, who Harris. Later they will visit their IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIII11 II 111I11I11I111111I1111I111111I11I11I11111111111111I1111I1 ry -
was formerly
brother, George W. Harris, in Chicago.
of The Point, -
The Rev. J. T. Reeves connected wjth the Osceola pharmacy
They return about
was a ,.isitor in the city last Saturday. here, but who is now located at Clearwater ber 10th. Septem JUST-BETWEEN" "

Mr. and !Mrs Art Bronson of Shin- was in the city last Friday.Mrs. = I'
Albert W. Parker, who
Creek spent Saturday in the city. Morris Dickinson has ,
gle returned last month in dentistry at the University .SL,.. ;w
= 1.
from a visit down at Kissimmee,
Russell, of New Orleans\ was of Pennsylvania returned to his :
business H..C. visitor here last Saturday.Lee where she old passed friends.-DeLand a delightful month home in this city on Thursday. Mr. 1V(- want your drug busineHN-in fact we think that we should have it. ;4?; r.
a Record.
Ca +roll's among Parker, who is a son of Judge G. F. = In our store we ,itivc you the Ix'wt of wrvico. Our prices are always reasonable'f:: : .
of McLean > Parker has decided -
McLean, not yet where he f
Mr. and Mrs. R.
George Duncan of
in the cIty.J. will = and the goods of the highest quality. ,
still, is pending, the week Marecopa, California, were in the city locate. He returned by steamer === \ 'i .

Springs, Saturday en route to Orange Center, from Philadelphia to Tampa. f,
F Euland, of Tarpon where have We compound prescriptions just as doctor writes them exercising %
visitor in the city last Satur- they purchased property. Mrs. L. M. Marsh and daughter, your ,

was day. a Judge and Mrs. G. F. Kribbs left Ethel, of Avon Park, stopped over in == the greatest of care and skill and using only the best procurable drugs, and above ::::::::; { >
business Sunday for Greenville, S.. C., Where Kissimmee foe several hours Thurs- == all WE NEVER 8UH8TITUTK. ==
Judge G. F. Parker the made first a of the Mrs. Kribbs will spend the summer. day while en route to Newport, Tennessee == 53 i S R ,

trip to Jacksonville Judge Kribbs will return after a short where Mrs. Marsh will visit We want confidence. We want to know that '
week. stay. her sister, Mrs. H. E. Willis, of Bra- your you we can ably, intel53. : n

Williams and Mr. MSaturday. of dentown, who is in a sanitorium there. == ligently and efficiently handle your every drug want. == ;
.. C. A. last in Earnest Green, the painter, is now They were accompanied by Lynn = == ..
Boggy Creek, spent busily in the Willis of Bradentown, who e::::: I #: ?,+
the city. tire interior engaged of repainting the Osceola Highbe en- them here.HEAVY. joined = We are in business to serve and please you and we can only hold your =: J. ;

Mrs. C. C. Culp and Madame R. in fine shape ."or the opening of the == business as long as we continue to give you satisfaction. e:::::: ;". '' i a i
= = ,

" r.- Voile went to Orlando Tuesday after- school Mrs. term James this Paulk fall. and daughter, RAINS FLOODOKEECHOBEE You always get courteous treatment in our store and TIlE CHILDREN === ;i; ; I ,

noon.Mr.. and Mrt. Rowland Thompson, Miss Myrtle, of Cairo, Ga., are the c= GET EVERY CONSIDERATION in our pharmacy. === ; 1 ;,t Y .4

,' of Narcoossee, spent Monday in Kia- guests of her mother, Mrs. George SECTIONWord
aimmee. Bass and Mr. and Mrs. John Over- We are pleased to fill your orders over the phone and will deliver orders '. l .,

.t" County Commissioner A. F. Bass, street. received here this week reported = promptly to any address. = ,' ; t
a'M" visitor in the city Miss Fannie H. Simms, of Court- i
t Cloud was a that rain of
heavy than
of St
more i
; Monday. enay, Flordia, vice-president and 12 inches baa flooded the whole section As to our stock, we have anything that you w
treasurer of the Happy Alligator Orange in the neighborhood of the new town = ern and up-to-date drug store. / 'y }
H. Lanier, of near 1 li r
'' Mrs. J. is the of her sister
g{ Mr. and Grover of Okeechobee and that train servicewas ::c: to
? in the city -
s.t -; Campbell, were visitors. Mrs. Joseph Powers. interrupted for two days this .. t +
';''r. "Thuraday. Mrs. B. Dickerson left Tuesday for week while the tracks were covered

; !/ Mrs Z. N. Parker, of Arcadia is Talladega, Ala. where she will spend with water. "'7 f'WE
Mr. and Mrs. So far there have been no reports WANT YOUR BUSINESS. ,
of her parent., two months relatives She I 1118/
rs the guest
of loss of life as a result of the flood- r. ,. F' ,
will return via Fitzgerald, Ga., where = :
._.... J. M. Leen -
ed condition of the
IoI.t she will also visit relatives. country. : 1 "
tunhv R. E. Jordan and Bob
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ami, spent last Saturday here theguests SHERMAN DRAWDY
J.-,: . f.. Kissimmee. of Mr. and Mrs. George Over- PALACE DRUG STOREPHONE e .,t .
.1' t .Engraved eards and Invitatlona. We street Mr. Moseley is a brother of I

L5 u can fumbh them. Call at the Valley tf Mrs. Overstreet.Mrs. BUYS 7000 CATTLESherman fa
of fie*.
s.'I Qasette Atlanta George Strickland and' children = .W. E. BUTLER, Pharmacist SAM C. RAGSDALE, Prutnt r '
of .
.Min. Beulah McKenzie of Delray. are camping out for Dowdy, of this city: baapurebued -
a Gavl the peat of her sister, Mrs. several weeks; on her father's place. 7,000"bead of cattle from '

'JiTbHarrfa; . : near CampbelL Mrs.' Strickland is a. W. H. Gillett, F. B. Gillett G..C. Gillett Mail Order -
;" t., of Shin- daughter of Mr. L M. Lanier. I It. ;,and J. N. Youngblood of Man It I 411 PHONE 41.
: )L, andwm; eountyk' 'Tho j2
\. ba.i- ; '': eta cattle are now 011 Solicited ;
C reelr were in the city op .Misses Mamie Anrand. I
fu.ri'.e1. ... t. Esther'.and the rang la Manatee county, but Mr. :
.>!' \MI! wraa7'". "f .1 >'a'.i'. g j of Denver who are ; Tisitinr'', Drawdy- expect,.to- bring part',oi 1ev .' .. ,% d .,y __ :: t-
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I I' covered with feathersbe- ,
Bird *
nan'siorldWif..f. .I BLOUSE. wear. Tbe one shown In th. l Illustration that "M
g cans they need a corertnc i
W : For the ChildrenBoya o f" .' Is mad of pink and whit will them warm, will'also j fNI"lI&bt
It keep
o> hints for g f i i i i 'f' i i i j f f f g striped linen combined with plain vthtt* that It will not prevent them
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g Shirt Walat Smartly Tallerg linen for collrfr and cuffs. .Large whit
I from flying. y'.1:' _
the Croc'hetWorher g ed Liked) For Ordinary Wear 0 pearl buttons are the only ornamental Ostrich hT small wing because,
New Secretery.f stab Who Took Part In a $ touches are
ooooo00000000oooooeoooooo their legs are long. andth*,wings ,
Ooeupl.s Mether'e Farmer PI a._ College Commencement. only 1
: I not; needed for ninnlnc. They are
Cleaning Day. used to steady tbe body white running. ,

My goodness! What a dirty placetThere's Birds biTe sharp beaks because they
doll clothes everywhere.No
taF wonder that I'm In disgraceYou have no teeth and tbe beak aeUes.. 1

bad things: though don't cart holds and divides their food. .
Oeoorations For Towels. Birds that swim under water have
I'll put you on tide chair to star the spreading out of
Vandyke Border.-Abbreviations: Ch., web feet because
While I so get a broom;
r chain; d.c.. double crochet; tr., treble- Then you'll b. safely out the way the toes of the bird brings the thin

I Materials: Crochet cotton No. 24 and a Till I clean up this room.I membrane between the toes Into the- ', a'MONEY'
of fin and by striking this fin
shape a
No. 4% steel crochet hook. wouldn't b'lleve two bob lee could
bird Itself
.8 against the water the moves
tI.f Pierce holes along the edge of tbo Get their home eo Bad a eight: ;
fly ofan I If I wea ]u.' to whip you good along.
I towel on the wrong side a quarter
'Twould only serve you right
Inch: apart and work the border r

straight on to the materiaL Well. If here Isn't that Nellle'e dress ... h
I looked all over for! ' First Bow.-1 d.c. Into Ont hole, CJ .1 Here underneath thla awful mess "' '

ch., 1 d.c. Into next hole and repeat And with the front all torah
from all along 1 ch.. turn. 1 The mist rakes It ..* ..4er the terms w

Second How.. 0 d.c. Into each of .. -, -.+.. ,. - --- w a y' And th......'! that nice new. rubber ball of COMPANY the CONTINENTAL." eau ......MORTGAGe It ait a per

three loops of cbnln, t 6 d.c. Into next Photo by American Preee Association. 444i; > a I missed It be the gfan-1 other If day.Won't I find all ....t. far say legal ...- ..a apses.ed T.n...

loop, 0 ch., turn. 1 d.c. Into fifth double t'v> ,., The thing we've lost In "tay1Phllad.lphla
,. I N / 1 try crochet of first loop 0 ch.. 1 d.c. Into Sons of Princeton graduates of the Record. r... .. .-

fifth double crochet of next loop, turn. class of 1010 Imd! a fine time at the recent PETTEY & COMPAN A -:"

II I 3 d.c. Into first loop of chain, 4 ch., 1 commencement exercises of that 141 I.TTTON BLDQ. CHICAGO.

I I II II I d. c. on last double crochet made, to university. Of course they are pretty J The Qulslns That Doss Not Affect TIle Head.

I form a picot O I d.c. Into name loop, 0 small boys, but Unit did not detract A PINK AND WHIT FA.NOI. Becsuce ol Us tonic end laxative effect LAXATIVE C. F. THRASHER
of 0 ch.. BROMO QUININH better than ordinary
d. c. 'Into next loop (chain
from the hind tlin
ciijoyiuent they nor The development of the blouse baa I Quinine and does not cause ner o snes nor .;,
turn. 1 d e.Into fifth double crochet of older In head. Remember the full name and
pleasure they nave to UK folks. given us aunty kinds of them for ringing SHEET METAL WORKER
ti loop at left turn, o d.c. Into loop 4 ch., 'rhellIlu\ fellows were roused l In look for the signature of K. W. GROVK. 2S-

1 d.c. Into lust double crochet, 4 d.c. Steel Ceilings a Specialty
photo C d by Cllnedlnst.uoButrr Turkish CORUIIMPH and look part In the If.

MU. L.ANSIKU. Into same loop. 2 d.c. Into) next loop nt PSI rude monad I the raIII IIIlN. They nttructetl C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. Phone 149-n IClsslmmee Via \
left 4 ch., 1 d.c. into lust double crochet Krcfit dent of attention fromthe '

4 Not since the days worn Mrs. John made 2 d.c. Into siiine loop, 4 d c. and ... ;
spectators were generally' nccliilmed -
entertained olllolnl Washington as Into lust loop at left, and repeat from
Hay the best bit of the day. The The Waters & Carson DR. J. W. SIMPSON
: has all
of state a
wife of the secretary along. photograph" .hows two of the little feb .

1 cabinet hontess of tills rank appeared Narrow Lace.-Materiels: Crochet lows who are decorated with the fig DENTIST 7'

m' \w who Is as well equipped as Mrs. Hob- cotton No. 24 and a No. tVt steel crochet ures 1010." which denotes the year tor Upstairs in Katz Building ,

ert Lansing, wife of President Wilson's hook. Commence with 23 chain.
; their fathers
4 which were graduated., Office Hours: a a. m. to 11 m.
s new premier. First row-1 d.c. Into sixth chain Grocery CompanyWholesale IU: to 1:10 p. m. f,

Mrs, Lansing will enjoy the unique from book 1 d.c. Into next chain 8 Telephone No. 76 Jane I 1 tyr.DR. .

'experience of succeeding: to the very ch., miss two chain 1 d.c. into each Oamtv Initiate. --- 't

h't exacting social duties which were so of the next two chain from Provide a pack of card. upon which
(t : -repeat W. W. CARSON f
and Retail Dealers in
tbe letters of the have been
ably performed by her mother back in three times more 5 ch., turn. alphabet Y YIENTST

the Harrison administration when John of conspicuously printed. There should be '.-
Second row-2 d.c. Into first loop .
{ ,W. Foster, her father, was secretary but one letter on each card and more GROCERIESWE \. .
&t ; three chain 8 ch., 2 d.c. Into next I Office over Pilley Building; ..
than one alphabet will be needed. Fouror
7 of state. loop of three chain; repeat from to Office Hours: I-IS. 1-I .1J
Infra Lnslng. then Eleanor Foster end of row the! last double crochet befog five would not be too many but I Offlee'Phone 16S Residence 'Phoa. II '\!",
her bow in society. Q. X and Z be omitted. : Gas Administered for Extraction of \
rl was Just making worked Into the loop of five chain may TeethT. .
been from Smith Choose a leader and have him sit'
having graduated
which turned the row D ch.. turn, and .
colleges Her Interest in her mother's of where be can be plainly seen by alL 0444444444444004 0044440044044490
repeat from the commencement second -
duties we. sufficient to give her an ex- row. lie must put the pack of cards face 4 4 4 4 M. RIVERS. M. D.

pcrUmco which she will BOW be able to 1'' down on a table before him or on a 4 SELL: 4 0 WE BUY : 4
For the Edge-Work d.c. Into first
t turn to practical advantage book on his lap. lie then calls for the i 4 0 0 4 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
8 into next 5 ch. 1
space space.
The wife of the secretary of state is name of some general novelist, country -! 4 HAY 4 4 O

;' .e.4 called upon for many exacting social ellAli.TU.g.7E3". or city, or any object h... pleaBell. I 4 o HIDES 4 Office over Osceola Pharmacy'Phone ",

.duties, and Washington expects to .ee beginning with the letter which be : 4 GRAIN O 4 4 Office Residence 14S. tl
0 0 0 FURS 0
Mrs lnslng make a notable place for turns up From the pack: and holds up
4 4 4 4
r .......If as a cabinet hostess. She is a for all to see, reading it distinctly as FERTILIZERS 0
4 0 o WOOL 1
good conversationaUat quick at repartee he does so. He must name the object 0 SHINGLES 4 4 4 r

\\b and somewhat of a wit. Fur required before turning: up the card. 4 4 4 AND 0O GEO. F. PARKER
..t thermore Mrs. Lansing .. the
e youngest Whoever In the company first names ORANGE BOXES. 4 4

1. woman upon whom the duty oft the object called for receives the card. I 4 O I 0 ALL 0 ATTORNEY-AT.LAW --'-

'loading the cabinet's social affairs has When the cards have all been used the 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 4 4 iii.

fallen In many Te... person holding the most has won thr 0 4 I. COUNTRY Collections and Conveyances

F4 1 Mrs. Lansing was married to Mr. game. For example the lender says, 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 I 4 4 Specialties

L11 1.uudo.1n 1800 In the home of her father "Name a state of tbe Union beginning I 0 4 4' PRODUCE 4
I 4 0 lit 1-1 Broadway
+ on I street; where the Fostersltrd with"-here he turns up a card-"tn-
0 O 4 0
for many years The Lansing letter'D.' Some one cries "Dela wa re" 4000004004040404 I 4440400040044404We

!' :wedding was attended by a notable and receives the card. C. F. KRIBBSA'.l"'I'ORNEYATLAW

<,gathering Including President Harriaand "Name one of Scott' characters beginning
y tell field and garden seeds of all kinds.
.. .( and family Vic President Morton with F." Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
'',f J and his family and other proml- "Name one of Dickens' novels beginning I Bxamlnatlon of Titles a Specialty.Notification .
I ' Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. and Payment of taxes efnonresidents
Dent officials and diplomats. with G. I
iPI ., Mr. Lansing'took its bride to a new "Name a famous general beginning We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prices attention given careful r

bn .Watertown., N.:.X", where they with O." I on fertilizers. 1(1551 mm....Fla. r.
bar always lived except for the time And so on. In case no one can give :

i1. .spent; in "Washington.. 'Tbjy event an answer tbe card is returned to tbe
Pat Johnston .G.; .' .
[ bottom of the pack.

:I!pointed coonselor.'of the state department :; ,-lie." -

_ i: and sine*' then they have con- treble 6 ch. another Three Puzzle Birds. is tot The of the world
made stanzas
d.c. on list Each of the following !
t '. :tinned1'to make their borne with the eyes Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
o double crochet on same treble, 8 tr. >e completed by adding at the end of I Building ,
'lFostera'( who bare built and .
; a spacious
Into same space 1 d.c. Into next .space the fourth line the name of the bird Klsslmmee. Fla.

'f {luxurious bome on Eighteenth street, and repent from nil alotiK.l : described In I he preceding firs -Uu4 s. J

: 1( lust opposite tiv AtutroUungarlanI Fan Lace.-Materials! : Crochet cot- The stars show the lIumherJ6l lettersIn are on the man whoSAVES
; t: \' embassy In Washington. ton No. 1(1( mid n No. 4 steel croclii'thook. the inline which must rime with Louie C. Mansoy T. Plcton Warlow

:-' t.I Mr. and Mrs. Lansing have no-ctill.drn. -- Work chain the width of the the second line: I Late. Counsel for Judge of the
: / Fla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Court J
towel<< add r; ch. What binm\ fabled to brIng pleasant
>, i"j| Mrs. Lansing i as the foremost of tin First row-1 tr. Into fifth chain from weather MASSEY & WARLOW

i' [cabinet wire will 1 take precedent o book 1 ch.. hook. 1 ch.. miss 4 ch., And every sailor boy Is his well wisher? I ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS
over many other women. She will taku Ills coat la gay with many a bright hued AT LAWPractice
2 1 Into
1\\ 1 tr. Into text, ch., tr same
lead In all social In the cal.i. feather. ... In all the court. of the State "j
'A the things
place; repeat from all along, 6 ch., This bird i la called --- and of the United States, also b.tore "
net circle. In social rank she comes turn. the Florida Railroad Commission and ',"''I''

bait 'next tO the wife of the president or. What bird l la ever prophesying rain the Interstate Commerce Com OIlloa. h
Second row-1 tr. Into first space 11-14 Charleston Bldg.Orlando. .
Though oft his prognostics fall? '
i hostess. Even the wife <'
'jth* president's 1 ch., 1 tr. Into same space, 3 ch., 1 tr. "More wet!I" he cries; "More wet. More Fla. M-ljrr. ,.

';:; ''Of the rice president does' not have thewaoctl into same space. 1 ch.. 1 tr. Into name wetl" agate ; il

!: responsibility of tb. wife of the Do you know the -1 "
place 3 ch., miss one spare. 1 tr. Into -:;

'. ',ecretary 'Or state It is ber duty to next space; repeat from all along 6 What bird Is he whose humming charms 1 DR. M. J. HICKS ':. riper
ntertaln tile diplomatic and It'ill' moment
corps a man ,
ch., turn. the ear. pAUSE ,
: to her that the wives and families Third row-Miss two treble 1 tr. And yet whose voice perhaps Is seldom PHYSICIAN and SURGEON "",,
x ,[of newly accredited ambassadors andY heard? a thought to self. The :
Into next space 1 ch.. 1 tr. into same X
7 'ministers pay their respects after theyIhare space 3 ch., 1 tr. into same space 1 His plumage clear\ gleams like gems 1th brilliants Office State Bank Building ,
>1 made their formal calls at the I problems that confront .
t ch., 1 tr. Into same sapce 3 ch., 1 tr. This Is theAnswersKingfisher*- "-. you now, or 'Phones: Office 41Realdence 40 I\
a house Into router space of next group and I quail hum- \'
will few hence.Look .
brilliant function of New a '
: most repent from nil along. I ch., turn. I minI bird years 's
!(tear's day next to the White House i'J.
Fourth row-1 tr. Into center spaceof
reception Iii the breakfast given by the Border-Join the thread on to the first J. W. THOMPSON
first 6 ch., 1 d.c. under the
( -secretary of state and lilt wife to the top of the group treble Just made 1 tr. Into sumo loop of a fan and work 3 ch. (for one I about you-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes, -. "lfil

c4 diplomatic corps.I space and continue making these treble treble): 5 ch., miss a loop 1 tr. In next in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. rA
6 ch.. miss a loop. 1 tr. In next (on next FUNERAL DIRECTOR
i 1 j' I r .Mrs, Lansing la known in Washing with picot at top until there are six all In fan), and repeat from along the length VJ"t

; y ton as a woman of exceptionally good the aame space, 1 d.c. under the chain between of lace. They have the respect and confidence of the community. andLICENSED '.

'taste modesty and common sense the groups 1 tr. Into center. space of Second row d. c. In loop of five chain. .
next group: 0,,<1 repeat from all along. 1 d. c.. In treble, 7 d. c. In loop of six: : EMBALMER
Then look
1. Useful Crochet Edging. Abbreviations: on the other side-at the fellows who spend aO tk;y ,
chain 1 d. o. In treble, and repeat.
Keep Pantry Neat. ch., clialn; d. c.. double crochet; tr., treble. make-they may have a good time for a while, bat wiat does 11I1* Store and Chapel, Stewart AT* ",\
: We all know how hard It Is to keep This narrow crochet edging: Is useful for /0 1

f' tbe pantry looking neat The spices trimming: lingerie: of all kinds, and Is Illustrated personality reflect Klas4raraee Fla, .' .\
actual width. Materials: White Robert Riedel r
around make
y I .,fand other.articles From lying crochet cotton No. 40 and a No. ( steal A dollar or so deposited in this bank will b* tlh* ::1
'fit ltd untidy. your grocer get
book. Begin: with 10 chain and join Intoa ,.
; :,three large strong egg case Nailthes ring With a sllp-stltch. CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP nucleus ofvan honorable, independent career. P. A. Vans Agnew w. B. Craw,.,*

a :> firmly one on the otter. This First row-U d. c. Into ring 4 ch.. turn. Window and Door Make year beginning now-today. Tour
Mow Becood row-V!las one double crochet. 1 Screens, Repair VANS AGNEW A: CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW
ftflTea six compartment get I
you bank book will the
"' d. G. In next. 4 eh., miss on. double crochet and Cabinet Work. pan way.
,*sat tea.e>>nt can of paint (any color you t d. o. In next; repeat from three
,want)!,then make a curtain (double) time. 4 ch., turn. 'Phoned Shop 216; Residence 237 Offices: 8-4-6-6' Citizens Bank

t' i ':,and put on rod. In on* compartment Third row1 d. c. In next hole of four Darlington Are, Near Freight Depot Building

'ha.,. apices. In another all articles that chain 4 ch., 1 d. o. In same hole 4 ch.; State Bank Klsertmmee. Flar"
repeat from twice. 1 d. o. In next hole.
i come) In baA I Ilk* beans, rice etc. This 8 eh. 1 d. o. In next. 1 ch., turn.

i f 3 to :cleans the pantry out and helps fill up Fourth row-U d. o. Into loop of eight LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW'-

k the kitch.p.u chain. 4 ch., turn. S.H.BUfOCKREAL .
t. Fifth row-Mlae one double crochet 1 '
d. a. In next. 4 ch, miss one double crochet. of Kissimmee
t? ;"T.e kP toklng Mated. .
1 d. a. In next: repeat from three .
h -'lake some small nap fastener Sew, Um... 4 ch., turn. Waring Building.
i on* part of the.fastener on ono stocking ,Repeat the third fourth and fifth row ESTATE C mlt J stock __-__-____________,..-___________<100000.00

at tb*.top and-to other part onto .. and at the end of the eighth: row Rese.rces..os _________-______-_______- 400000.00
only make S ch., to turn. FNSURANCEexamination t11
t',. '' *;other stocking'at the top. Then Ninth row-LJke the third after the two Offlcars and Directors.C When in Need of a 1
ay wben stockings are taken off to put In obatD;to turn previous row are worked
? th*.wash. pron snap Ala or work a, doable crochet Into the second loop of Titles a A. CARSON Prest. J. M. LEE. Via PNtt. TERINARY SURGEON
}''y ier together.: .n does not inter: of previous fan oa aame side, then work I -: aflFor-
; ;pair ,and clotftos- I eh., and proceed as usual for third 1'0..1 ,M.' KATZ.. 2nd Vic PessL A. F. RICHMOND
\ feni with .
\ : Work tile fourth and fifth row as Specialty. ,

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a I. a anal, Block .. ... .__, li.M cor orNW or 8I0y4 Beate -* ">\, >. U kinds.iDcludiiag prairie and bleached
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.Bia'1 Vo"i &Isola.and tote 1* and... Mrs.<< JL A. .-...:.... II''IIi .. Mabb.tts a............. a' K. A. I C'I
: :. ....' .... .tloewo A1a1/1.- instructions you hare or can. get any.:, :
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,Lots'sod ---- 14.,1l ._ $001
__ Baaa, M.... A. Lot 5. Block. B _____.. _.+...,...___.: 3. tt JUrby Bmltk.1<

: ,Letle Lol.. 1 tys 4andL'Block-id.. .4.S_ nd.T.Block M ._,-__. u-___._ IUm-BaaII.'.J.....E! .. -----.--M.14.T0-.,- 11:.. w.a.1C.YIIIM A. l-Ktri-k-a. Iteaae.of A
Lots IAle 1L t. 1. t..cla.I". Block I' __..- Baa. Mr.. m. w.-._..__ 10.11'IN.welr. -Lot _._. __ .. ,n....... 1. W. ___H. n... ..... .D..t.t. ..... :. Ai {
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'Lot. 131 Davtdsoa. A. U ___---
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Lot - L TfO ft 8 1SHft B 14U ft N 4SH ft .. .. ' '". '" T '; ,
1.5.7 and S. Block A __....._. ,Davldaon. A. ----- -- .. ._ .__... .
3. J. ___
Lot. _. Davtdaon. A. L. .. ..... W 40 ft lOOi 5.R W 4f tt. ___.. -__ Daub - -
"./ Lots I.S., 1' 4 aMTS. Block _F___...._._ B_ 11..111. .. :_-_-__-__.__-_-_- Lot N ..._...,._.._-. _..._ Dana. C W. .-.... ._ 47.SJ .... !'J
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Lots i and 1,-Block F ?-- -___.-_ Tbom.... Walt.r ________.____ sal III'" 1, Block: 9 __...IT "'____. Atkl-aoe ". B.-_..__ ___ t."$
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s Tot - - W4 .| Lot Block W :,__.______
A A .RMa.4 II.- Btckerdlk. Uiaa B.Malory !. . ,.... w34 of Lot 1. Block T _.___ ____.___ w'a-AnrSr.-r::--:--.:.:.:;: .....
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Lot 4)lloct: S ..........._?_?_____ W. F. JohnaonRobtnaon., John -.-. -.. ?- Ui! S 1." 01 Lot 1. Block-00"" _____ Thompson. J. W. ____.______ 1.10 the Best: Diet
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) .",... Lot 3. Block s .._._______.. ------ -- 8149 N F. B. __. ___.___. S.SS l 'F
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" ..__ .____._, _:. Bonn. Jerry -_...._______ 13.11Its % ft E 10 ft. 147% ft W ft. -
. 'tLot I and '.- ...... "All B of A C L Ry. In Blooka 10. II
Lot S, BlOCk. i _...___. ___.__ Deveaux.Howard Walter Roaa. Eat.. 11.11T 5 and 14 .._ __. I J:. McLauren H. L. ___.__........ ..... !
Lota S and S, Block. t :__-____ -- ---- -----. .. and Block __-_ ____. J.0. ......_. __ ..... I
_______ MoNeaL .I...* ._.._ _.....__._ Lots I IS ? -- -- Dibble DR. EDWARD PERRIER A .
:j, \ ,Lo t 1, Block ,-__-._.____ cLe.... D. C. .._?_ .. .. ,... All of Block IS _ _._ ___ ._ Campbell. Mra. L. D.._._:..-_. ..... I \ '
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""*f<: 1.ot ..Block __.__.--.__. __.__ Weaver IL W.-..-...-.------ I... Btt of Lot 4, Block 1? .-.______. : Whaler. Bd. ____..__..._____ ..,. HAS"PROVEN '
1: ; 1 Lot .. Bloc 1ti._.____ __._______::-_ Nelaon. A. 8.Oaulden -----.. ----- 1.... Bee. S4H ft N of. 8B! cor Lot 1. Block: ; PARIS PHYSICIAN
'i .All of .-. .. N- S4.10Andereon SO. N SO ft W 147U ft B 40 ft .
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11__.__________. H.nry -- \ - - -
j )." Lots 1. t, and .. Block B 147 U ft. Hanaen. R. P. ____._____ ____._ ..... '

"'. ,', i t .1D w,< N Block aid 14.___Uaa___. _.a,._atrip___._4S__ft.__ Ma ggl. .............. 4.S1 f.Lots W.10 Lilly, 11**and Addit------------------------11. Block n 1 _____ McLaue-hlln. ______.__ -_____ ...5. 4, . " THAT. 'MEAT.. '' rDHR'

;:'r L." .3...... Load A 1. ......_.t Co.. Lot. 1 and .. Block S __...?_______?___ Paulk. L. ____.?___ _____- *-S4

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Lots SS and 14 ____ _.____._____ .... .
. ? ... Lot 1. Block ________________________ .Oeceola Hdw. Co. __ LI S *.14 -
_...... Dylela a.b-W..5 Lola W% of Lot. 11 and IS. Block S ____.___ Mra. C. M. Ruch ____________. ...t SCIENTIFIC
04, *T *M .( r. I- 1. .Ce.. _-ry- Plummer R. D. ...______:______ 1.1. Lot 7. Block 4 j ___..i___.____ Oallacher. B. P. _.____._.___?_. S.SS A STRICTLY
; Tx>ta IS and So Block D ---- ------- .... ..'. Addltl.-. 4
Katelle O. B. H. .t.
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Lots 10 and 11, Block O _______________ 1S.SIK.
H. H.
;; .. .. Lot 100 rt aquare In NB!\ cor. Block S. Drlnera. brain tonic !
_...*.. -. W.....*. L.Y.-DIv..1 Le4a B Waters A So..* Aaud.Block. ..- point of view. Meat produces snore gives more physk t

.y .<,-.* 44 40 .. .r. Block I- L c.A..__B.rvyl ______ Unknown --.-----------.------ 5.1.J S and IS _________________ Moody. H. W. ._______.______.__ 41.11 .
ota lio S Inclusive _____ __ __ ___ 1.30p W. C. R._. *41111.-
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Block B .. ---- ? ? cal and is nutritious than other food.
;, Lots 1 to S : 3.5. strength more any
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Bloc Unknown Lot 1 ----------- ,
C _..___________ ------------- ------- -------------------------------- ------
"p Lots 1 to. S Inc. D __...________ Unknown --___________.________ 1..0 m. I* Loaley Addltlea ..
,;" ota ota 1 1 to to S S Inc.Inc. Block Block B ._____________ Unknown ---------------------- 1..0 Loot S. .... Hlcka. .:::::::::::::::: UILot Meats ;
Unknown Iso _____::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Newton. Our are Carefully j
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Lot.> 1 to t Inc. Block: F-------------- Unknown ------ ..0 ______________________________. Rasa Rnll. __________._____.___ .... I
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Lots 1 to S Inc. Block H ______________ Unknown -__-_-_-_--__-_--__-__-_______.. '..0 Lot _____________________________ Baaa Oacar '.________.__________ 4.01
Lots 1 to S Inc. Block _______...___ -7.03A.
Inc. Block I ______________ Unknown ---------------------- Ls0y Lota 11. It, SS. S4, ST and IT to N Doneffan. A. E. __- I Selectedand
1't. 1 to S ____ Unknown '..0 B. !>...*_." 3.b-DIv..1 KVi> *t .11I
> 1 to t .Inc. Block J ___.____ ----------?--------- .
Unknown 1.10Lot. *t IWM' see aa. Tp f0. ,
tta to S Block K =::::=:::::::::::::: {:.s0 4.B5 I
: \:. Block L ::::::::::== Unknown the Government standard. We arc always!
1 to S : ..0 _. . ITS are always kept up to ,
! Lot 1. Block 1 .. Und.rm.r. CB. ,
..._____ ------------ -------- -
U>ta 1 to 9 inc. Block M _ :.. gnknown '..0 Lot S. Block 1 ::::::::__::_:::::::_:: Hanaen. R. P. __--:::::::---:: S.SS
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N _____ -------- ------------
Loot. 1 to S Inc. Block Block O ____ ._____-___ Unknown ---------------------- 1,10 Lot S, Block 1 ________________ Preaoott M. M. ______.________. 1.'. open for inspectio8.l5he .__.
1 to S Inc. _________ Unknown '...0I S. 4 and Block S ... Bronaon. Wra.: ............ .- 1.74
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Lots 1 to S Inc. Block t. ::: 1S.SS:
' .t Lat Oa .( Lot ., Block _-----_-_-::---:::::::: RledeL Clara _------------ --
Wealle" lob-Div. .
J. H. ...'. .,
C. A. v. A lUa
' L E. Ce.>a I.rveT- Woodall. J. H. ________________ 1.71 Lot 1'. Block A ________-______________ Smith. Kirby ________.________ ....
V ta 14. IS. 14, SS --------_-_-_----- Unknown. 1.04 Lots 7 aad 5. Block D ____________ __ Carson C. A. ___.__________.__. Market
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', .o-ft 5 .... .._______ .
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I t 11 _._...._.-._.-_ -- -d'ne. B. L. __________________ 1.'. SS and SI ____________u_________ W. O. Hanklna ...____________ 1.40 . . ,.. .
and 10 --------------------- B lak.". Qeorife .......___._____ II Lot SI _______________________ Vana Agnew Frank ------.----- ... -
_______ Jackaon, :J. F. 7.11 Lots 13-------- Inc. __________________ Qarrett B if. ------------------ ... "
and 21:____________ ------------------ U Hah .11M
Lots n IT_ _____ ____ ________ Laake. EllaaBryant. ----------------:..- 0..0 Lota 1S4. 1SS and 114 ____u__________ Ledbetter. F. 8. _________._-____ 1SSJekBteH Clq.
Lot. _-_ ______ B. B. _u__.____._______ ..II Perk_
:. Lou'Lot"I'10._II.___._._.__._._. 14. and _-______ Wftherapoon. :John ....___.__.;__ 1.'. Lot 1. Block S _______________.______ Norton Mra. W. H. ------------ 1.01Lot > ....... e.... 18 Breaaway.Ls ..:(_"
...: _.......'S.bDtv.l. .t hot S. Block 4 _______u_________ B..., nail ----?-------------- 1.04 ' .
.. C. .1 S Block' ____________.. Nelson A. 8. I-4 ::1:1.
Lot. and 10. lI ------- ----------
,.i x: M ...F. U.. S, O..'.. I.rnyLot -.- Sama, William ________________ I.'. Lots 4. .. 4. and 7. Block IS ________.. Baker. J. H. ----------------.- S.SSA. ,,"JIr1 ... '"1/Lir .. ""''r ... ... IIA IC II "
14 - . ............,.. ,
W. )Morra-v 9....DI... of lt aa .f R. s.b-av..5 WM < .. ., . "" .
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:" 1. L ..________ ___________ Wayman. AnnaRater. .--..-.....-------- .... 8..1I T H. OO -
e. tlx: >t If and.*. .SS...... C.dr- Lots 4 and I dock 6 ----____.___.___ Norton, Mra. O.---------------- S.SI ....... . . ........ .. . .............. ....... . ....<

..J ;" P.Lot L.44 1.B C.of. Midland.r. R-. ______________ C. H. ____._______________ I'..' Lola .. .. 4.I. and S Block 7 ______.___ Leland. K. K. ______u_______.___ *..4SllBpltt
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fi i t-I. _' Unknown C.SI.II BSSO ft Wto. Bdy. of 80. IS, thenN I i "COW PEAS"AM ;
Loti 7. 1 and 1. ---------------------
'A' __.t-_ White. P. Q. .. SSO ftB to be .; alaoleee..bey.. SSOft .
-j : 11, 1S.1S and 14 ------------------ *
.Lot. .
....4. Bt.., SA ft. W of NH! oor. of Lot 71, runa N of'BB cor. rune N 417 ft W S10ft . ..'I ,r

.; o W 110 ft.r Cob-Div.8 II* ft. E 140 Let ft.T.N of lt r.> ft.of I*. -Schmidt. WllhelmMcLauren. -------------- i.SO R. 3 B..4IT___ft_ __E__lib___ft_ __Bee.__ _1S.___Tp.____SI-__ Nelson A. 8. ___________._.___ '1... tot stancUrsl ruietlM. I.Ibell. Wffl teflM eu'tiwt w, J

11 r1.k. lira __________._______ 11S.SOETp.
: :#l\"'\, : BWV4 of 8E%. 8ec. K. Tp. III.R 1/._ Voile J. .
LC..O. sail irhere
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H. L. 11.14r' Hew s.sary yew J'UI. toe yen t-Msa-
. "_ 3 ;'Lots*.' *e of TwTSrT3VroT-P.- -------------- .' NEIL RIO" 01.._W..0-f--N..V.-4..!!!.!! M)'..... A. W. ._______.?_.-____ I".a .4IIgn7tdlA - -7T .
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8s! ,. a Be(. Vk che. B and 14yd- N of 8W P
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';.J L ._ __ Hammond. N. .... _. 1.41 of Sea I'. .. j.
8W NWH .. .
"', 14S ft. W ISTUtt.'V . N 10S ft. ---' - ------ . cor of U Tp. "

"b y,. .. _". ."' K .....-..!*. SteL ..."..1-..-- I** T*. .* wp SI. 140 R H yda.. runa 870 B yda 140..yda.. N_70__!_d__.. Omdorf. R. K. ......____________.-: .... ' -- . * : .

'"?, ,.'1".!.. tAt/A*StaVl."lf.SS..-iaa._>_.*..__roo_.._*_.11'_______..._______ AI.,. Bailie _._...___________ 1... W.'n. KlaaTB .- -DI.. of Lt SVT of F.L. riithi i '
. .. .c' S. Oo.** Er SEED COMPANY'ti
-.M. ; ---;-:- I :Pr..p..t L.r.a..a" ...... ....d5.. 0.b-ISIvla IL a.'. ser- Lota 1 and S mrvey_____________________.__ Burney. H _.,...._________.___ 3.11 ,

Lot 11 and H _____.._______._-_,_ McNeaY J. ___ ...1 : '
I<' m--------------- Downing. 8. W. ----.-------- ..'. Lot IS .................____?__??_ McBride Natban-------___._ 1.'. InLAirrcrrriToHA.: : .. .
+:r;:" ; : T.ot z z Cady, A. M. -. ------ .... Lot ST ____________-___ Porter -- L' .. ." . .. __: _, . . . . '
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t." .-S4--,,srad SS'III_.HZI LaLoJII nd.. B.! .._.:___--_- 1.... Lots it and-SS --_:: _____._:;_-___, Martin. 8. _-.._______:_ ...1 .0 <- "

.'Lot. 41 and 44 n.5 ___- D. Ia..... John. .__w..:... . 01 Lot SI ---- -.;--.---_- LIvlnK'ton.. d.. C, '1"I... }
} B.I... ADDITION-> : r Lou 17 and>i ...._.--.__..._.-.. Jamee. Q., __.___+._ '.'1

'LY. ..,,,: .:,'' JiLOBm.or'ib..k.e s .. .Dt... .. BI.ekI D5.; ,'..,'( .' :" ',I', ,'" t Lots SS and /0._.,.,_.-..'_.....'..-..,_. ... 'Lo.. ...., B., .t,. .--....._..-_... 1.1

'LOt.. II"f.. .. ... ,; ___.._..._..____.t' '.1' r
jJ; ... 1 .--.----._-,.&-.-...- -_-- .- Bandera. Dalay ,___.._._. ___ .. ..01 ".' ,_ ,. ', '0.'oW- OVKR8TRBBT. The Growers Stand
;.. :Y .a. w1 of Block Bj'L -__ :_.--8amoa6Alon.o. ; c.------ .... r Tat..Collector. gaUme.' CUr Fla.'' by
a. .
. Sh-Hv7. Blei(,"H I--" By .
. . '-aeeaeafc-r X ota 1 and S _..._.__.-.._..__........ Mack W. --??.---- 1.13i ,
... 'i., Lot 0 _____...____ _____ __ Rogers iokt.nfa...-------..- S.llS.IO .
.i _5iv.Viri. H4lC'*- Ideal. Fertflber UT gaiiied this reputation by UM '
,. r" *-....e. .. ( Porter Nathan .. 1'
--- -- ---- --- > OP APPI-IOATIOlf> FOR TAX To Drive Out Malaria

'...}; Bea Loa"ie"ftrW"eif 8"H"oor."of"Block"7'T'"L! B SO ft. S ;CO ft.;' Davla & L. ____________________ .... DEED UNDER> BKOTIONB .T4 ANDO7 > ABel Bead Up The System LB t results they haTe giren growers for twenty yean.There's n. ,
N 40 ft. BTATVTBS Of
1' .,WH run of W Block SO rt."U If _______ Cochran A. E. ___________?___ 14.70 TUB OBNBRAI.STATCO> Or FLORIDA Take the Old Standard O&OVXt'ATASTSLBS8 an Ideal mixture for praeti.cal7.e'A17.

; ."Wai-re V_. si--------------* chill TONIC. Yon know Florida crop-each a proved success v Catalogue '

sr'f";"'.::A( >. dots I 0 ti-11 and 14 ._____.________________ Brooke H. F .;;___---__.-_.____. ...11 Notice> rwrehaeer la Hereby of Tax G.-...CerttBcaite. That J.1>f.K.Aa .. what you ar* taking label.. tbs akowbif fonnnla it toQaialn toprintad FERTILIZER;! and booklets describe the full line and rive mud-.,

fi- Her.;,.at 8 NB 60._cor.S tt. .E9 of Block It. N 'iO.iL __.__w__ Allen C. B. __..___.__________ haa line.filed dated said 7th Tax day Certificate of July, A.In ISIS of.. .oa and eYW7 Iron in a.ta4tlM, form & rtl&l> helpful information. Send for tL m-. reel. ,

? 73e.. at 8 S110ft.B91ft.alsobg.Block tuna; N ISO fie* and baa made application for. Tax The Qnlnin drive oat malaria, tile Wilson: T Gomer Fertilizer Co., {

fi.W01ft Deed to Issue In accordance with law. Iron builds Ux ayatcm. 90 cou
Block runs 8 110 ft. JD) SS t. np
NB cor. _______ :JarrelL A. B. SS.4S Bald Certificate embrace the followIng IC04 fJa: t
__ .
00 N ft. W SI ,.. _______ --------------- ..
ro' Lou ISO 1 and .. Block 4 ________________ Hopeon Ford. William C. A. H..______________ is.11.10'e ceola described County, property State of Florida situated, to-wlt In Oa-: Maa-rfarfaroT. at ...... IIIeeI,Sri ,..... V.iI...S

'r" Lot S Block 5 I Block__ ',_.-:=::::::::::::: T. J. Bell .C_.:::=:::=:::: 34.30Joie Lot t of Block II of. W..t Klaalmmee.

Lou 4. i and and.. Block S ___.___________ Waring. R. D. _.______________ ..11 The said land being .......d at the Send us Your
All of.1 Block ISS ______________________ B..... C. p. '-___________________ .'.'0 date of the issuance of said certificate
w __________ Tlner. W. R. 1S.4S SUTI\:>N..
B. C.
ft. off N end of Block 11 ------------------ In the name of MRS.
:...7.. 8 100 Certificate shall be redeemed z
NB of Block SO. Unless said
, .11 Beir.ft; B 100 cor.ft. N 100 ft. W [J'ont. ____ Mra. Prlacllla Baaa Eat.Mtnz ___u___ according to law. Tax Deed will la Orders For
SI Julia A. ------------ ISIS 7th of Augruat.A. .
1 and Block ------- thereon on the
Lots --
-- sue
____________ Mr. C. A. Minx set. ____
Lot. S and 4 Block SS ____ -------- D. IMS.Wltneaa. 4

.I':' Lot Lou 1.S, Block S and S.B Block______A'____::::::::::::: Emma Flemlnir: Baaa. D.Elisabeth:,Bat.--_ .::_....__.::::_,:::__II.4C 11.14... KUalmmee my City.. band Florida and ,official this 7th seal day at I BBAMS- May Lumber Co. T 4+

____ Roblnaon .n
__ ____
Lot .. Block B _-____ McLean O. C. ------------ ..... :July AT D. 1111. FIRE ESCAPES
f. Block D ------------------
4 and Clerk Circuit
Lota f
14','.. NH . L. OVBRSTRBET.
-W-ii-it. JIIAIOfELB
%e Bs 8 .SO NB ft cor.B SS of ft.Block N 10 M ft, runs__________.- Smith. J. H. _____un_'________ ".1Ii Court Florida.Oaceoia County, State of ANOLES AND Wkelesale ..Retail Dealers I* !

I 'B. ". SO ft. 8 of NE( cor.ft. B Lot SS 1 ft.Block N 10 M.ft. Smith J. H. __________________ iS.7l By :JAMES M. JOHNSTON. D..C. SHAPES
-z runa W SS ft ::110 Circuit Court. Seal.) J. 4tNOTICE ALL
ci 8 15 ft. of Block N and bear at SW cor. ( YELLOW: PINE LUMBER
t'u..l,.t of Block N runs 8 .11% ft.. E) to Right
i of A NE along BOILER PLATES r
.. ......Waywayet to CLSdyR.iheno.. of Block N. then __________________ .'.11 or APPLICATION> FOR TAXI
W to beg. .________________?_____ River W. M. I TANK and LathsHOUSE
..._________ Bass N. F. 5.33Lots KD VNDBUt> BXTHONS> 4tT4 AND> Shingles '
4 Lot S W of Ity. In Block P -------------------- .....AT11TI or OALVANIZMDCOPPER
I and lots I and ara GI 1
.. 4 Block S and: Q 4__Block_____ P ______? Mra. M. M. Maklnion __________ SS.7SAlfred TUB STATE OF FLORIDA ANDtWO '
,, Seerad
tie 1-ekert Baa 4 ... _ ________ Oreer ftet ------7.1. :N'.twe .. Hereby Give that .. B. 8UK-CT9
Lota S and and IS ___-__ -.------- Chandler Florence _,__________ 14.70 R..s. reirekuw- of Tax: Vert...*.. !*' _I .
Lot. 11 -- ------------- -
......... *..., dated Tth day of July. A. D. 1S11. J. AD .. ask is. let as Cgve ea yeer s-tiss.Us
Jeth All 1 Fractional Block Imp _____ ._ Base N. F. ___________________1 '.'1 baa filed said certificate In my office TRUSS RODS
_ __.__ _.:__ Hicks, M. J. SS.SSKulp. for Tax Deedto Cewteew Atteatwa aad Pressyt Defirery. .
Lot T. Block 7 .._._ ? ------------ ------- and bit mad application .

0. :,+ Lot s. and Block BW T S-S- -.of- 'ti--_ -IS... Taylor.. Mrs.J. if.a C.--------------__:::::::::::::: 14S.SS 4S.SO: issue in accordance embrace with the law.following Bald 1 STAY BOLTSSTRUOTCRAIj ,

Lots Lot B hand 7. Block IS ________._______ Aultman. B. B. ________________ SS.SS deacrlbed Certificate property. situated In OaceoiaCounty. ?t Phone 21 Kissiimmee l j ) Fla
t Bfg. at moat eaaterlrcor.. Lot S, Block State of Florida, to-wlt Lola '. IRON WORK .
ft runa 8 47 .. B 14S ft 8 ft.J..fid. 11 and II of Block A. C. A. Caraon'a
1 N w 143 OF AUOZOM
17H-I- A7 d.g Addition to KUalmme City.
? > a STH rt.r. ....------fBeg. -- Dann. C. W. -.---------.----- 111.71 The said land belnsT aaaeaaecl at the .
I + SS ft 8 47 d.g. E of moat norther'ly date of issuance of said Certificate I Ic.1

jy eor. of Block J'r-'Nfj: N l-B I the name of J. W. SIMPSON. Ua.... ALL HARD WOODLAQNDIIY .. t.
SS ft 8 41 dea W :
be redeemed according -
S ,4, 10 ft; N 41 daet'f' ; B:': .- _-,.-_- B..., Rail ------------.----- 11.40 said certificate to law.ahall Tax Deed will Uaue aTr" e
Be matTltattt..Y/1deg.Witl.B47d.d'
thereon oa the Tth day .f A-tTuat. AD. ;"
W lilt.Wltneaa.
,, B 71-ft--_.-___......__.__.____--. 14...., Rull ..__._.____._______ 1'.1' my hand and official aeal SKIFFS South Apopka, Citrus Nurseries ;
k cam. Lot t. Block IS Ban; Rull ----------------... ..... at Klaalmme City Florida- this 1th .- :
Lola 1, S and S --------------------4-- day of July. A. D. lSlt.-: Bvnvx TO
Inches oft NB aide :f.Lot 4, In Block J. L. OVBR8TRBBT._Clerk Circuit ,
_* -Maktngon. W. B. -----.---.. ...... Court. Oaceol County State of ORDER
.t AIIO Block*-36-8'Tp -R BT"Burvey "anJ Ocoee Florida L
Lot a 1 of Wn Cannon'a Addition-._ Thurman, H. \7.OrifUn. _____..____._ .,11." By JAMEd 1C JOHNSTON. D 'e. BOILERS AND' ., ':

I, .t "W" Beew-lr. A*.ltl e (Circuit Court. .....) 11.41xOflCB TANKS BOHVr: TO'
Y I and NW e9 Lot S 3. C. _.__.___._... 14,74Daw
lot. } and-17 I... a -----I--- ORDER All theleading varieties .of r ;
iJ'J ,
____ .Jo1ln.o..C.. .__._
__ _
Lot II olf__ N _end.___.________::..:. ._::' ..F.. _.:...::_ 17.15'L or ADMimsrs-A-rosk' FTJMP8 FOR ALL Orange and Grapefruit trees in .... . 4 i ',.

.W_ v..__.. ......U- ... ...... .. ; 'YQRPO.ffiCOMPNIBwr" '
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> )
D. ,. (F S ,
M.klnNh C. f. lowest'prices
Lotti ,5. _.. I __.... '" ___. W, T ow fitiefcotiditioti at the "very> ; '
+ W..T. ** A..n .ai-. Lumber !, < .-*\ *"; .;;;:;; **.. a<*4* ..1Pd. tTOKO-i, ) ; '
tot'A'___..----_--,-.- .-__-_____ So. Flaw Co.. __ .:__ .,.. ..OaeaelaCoait* -. p'rf"> .' .J'
_ge s. a. cor.-DafcU A TohopekH-a. AT-> & *. -jenaec. v. ..:. let ** ..-...*;'d '' ; is 'the. best ; ': ;
.... > season.w r
te -- rune N.17S.4.terl ft,M alone-Toho.-41 dea--W- 'I* *V.. Peter aallat A2'ALL.TJIDIlf.: .. Tko rainy : ,oJ. T, ,
-pekallira awe !. all whoia. '
llS.4 Ia.ogtb.rly. 41..U..1.! - -J. > eono.rthat vs . TJMPlNa.MACBIRSR1r time to.Bet trees: Good trees'set; Y
fVtaen ;
the 4tk day elSeptember i
e. ,
---' beK.--_ .at' Tn". .. o.c.o1a, Lumber Coi; :_ ,...,,,.' ...... It mar t. y : s
= \0 ahaU
".4.-i.Y." ,. .','': '.f. .- -c a. . ., ., -' I'I' the Honorable, A.' D it l 1C.ll Murpay.,:I ju.apply* .< t _; ,FALL RINDS r"' : :will'yearsgrowt1it ," )-'\,,;
V. Car: 1!.e..o-a.5. ; .. .1lo->- I .. '
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fe'3 \ .7i'7i 17q' t. -., said ceart a* }...*'.f > orobato, for ; .
; "
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; same'kiad tree 1
...11..n. U. .. 1\ --'nr ... .:: anal dtachara a* administrator of taeatate < advance : 0 >
..;'It. .... ... '" ... .....0. U.V--' J' '' O!' Peter; OuUaa. deceaaedi aad '._. I IaiicIloWatpricelist.t
..11. ... 61. 14. is. I ,17. {Y. ,. '0.'t. . ; that of same tlmol will ....-t. U :: set next fall. Send today forcats-lftgne. --N..
5.1 .. 15.$7 41. U. 7* ,...TI. 7.. said oi" ."
$6 :
15. anal-acoovata aadmlnlatratorof "'
11.01 ooart-ny
35 gad 13... __ 110. .,.0.. ..,:...;..,:. the ..- above odihtia4.
.;;: t1", 73.73. 50. ,, Le4 nt.t.amb.C ... _..+_ : ..... aald.. .oatat.4aaA. { I .. .. ,...,. ,
: + a$1 r. ?*. ------.Nwo." y .. .' .w . for.their approvalV I ', . ... .. ,-",..' '1 ".1'1:< J't.\ "
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'Lola and 5.-Utsek 4 ., ,... :.....l. ::.w -::.. .:..".a' ." .. ,..... . "- 0. BT.AM'' + .
12rpwv.J..F j .. ... ut N.. :JAKSQN1t lt. 1. A i M f f t f M f f t ( MMMMMMIMJMlt
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_; ...."" . -rA'6&' '.. ;* _- :-;; ... ..... w'I PRID&YJULY31 ijj :. !
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IMIIIIMIIillllllllllll time "subject lteif shall be TwoII.n.I Statutes of the 8t*t* of Florida* WOTICTSJ or PrCATOJ FOR TAX' >,.JOc rom rC.TOW, .
; . ... I deed "Fitly Thousand Dollar tiOooo- kroresald. then said bond shall b...., DEED: UNO T4 SriOMNICRAL ,
'rV ; .* : .., I sued aopordln- law.without dlayi CTATirTB OF TaUPTATM urt .. tbt.TS4lrl. V. ..
I. : Legal '. Ar4lel' "IL' I II and tb* Council hall before' snob 1*..\ ,or rLIA, a. J3eeyIlls .
> 'Th itame. an4 residence of the In_ nance provide by Ordinance for tb* 'f'! .._ Jy31&, .,
q4 : I ( eorporator of this! corporation together I retirement of saId, Bond. at Maturityand ., '. Not* I. hrby7tVn ths.t' J. K. .I-a.
; Advertisements : 1 with th* amount of stock *ub for ,the payment .( lnUrt upon purchaser. of Tal C.rtiSoste2'4o. .
L I: I scribed for by each, are a. follows I ...m.. . $4. aated.tbe 7th .. July. A..DItll. . Kotle !. herb.Q that John W.
fr KNOWN FOR QUALITY ,( .... > : I ufo Wad Tucker.' Klaaimrae, Fla.; *n open ....Ion thla tOth flay ha* flied said Oertlfloate In my ef- Campbell. J1'lorld. ,
ot/Sir See for Tax 1 .
.lIIIlIiluISPSJIIIIIIII I shares.I m. and ha* made application February '
.. -'- .'.- I C.. A. 'Cafcon. Klsslmm**,. Fla.; JU I ,.O.. :cRIBBs, I Dee to I"UO Jo aooordano* to :law ntry No. 0.47. for NHH of 8BURBUof ., .
Morten I or iKiTRirrioiro' APPLY ishar.e. : I II (Seal) President of the Connol' embrace the following cOon '1. Township
4 We carry all the 'leadlnc FOR LHTTKRS PATBKIT FOR K. U Lesley. 'Klsslmme Fla.: Ill I r tta. Clt7 of .K1.. land, lying,and Osce- South Rang ST Bat 'T.llh.
'varieties ot Farm Field and : TCCKKH BRICK COMPANY .nars. I I. B. GILBERT. ., ola County State of r T.l. -- - Meridian baa,filed n Mc*. '
; '.-'". ." I JT. WADH TUCKER. I City'Clerk of JCle.lrnm. Quarter to make Five-year pro to stabllsfc
Garden Seed that haft boon Notlo.. Is{ hereby given'' that the, \ O. A. OA RSO"" I Afflro".d ..hi. tOth day of July "".. east Quarter> .("""W 14 of "" S..c.tonTlrtl . ldrhf land Ju .:
;4 teited and known ,to be,:es undersigned will applyto the Honor > H. L. LESLBT.STATB .- I D. ( 0). 'o..n.hlp Twentyfive"The'Nortkweet fore Circuit r r'e.r
OF FLORIDA ) I if. U. MAY,' Range. Twenty-nine" (IS) on the Silk
6e & 7'a4.pteclrto 'Florida able TrammelC Governor' of th ( . met, Florid. ca
;1'lk1l'1 1 1Ap.U8t" of the ofKlsslmmea. .L "
Slat* .. on the 14th. day o ... ._._ .. _....... '. '.ss.tjwL' Mayor City ,
'lIOn wltnessesf .. .
Iy &D4llI1at... A. D. 111 for Letter PatentIncorporating I I 'Vr va........,....... J Th* .ald land being assessed In the Claimant naln11as
TUCKER BRICK COM- this day personally appeared. be I. II. R- May Mayor of said City do' Da. of Unknown at the diAl of lssu Clement ... of ,L.oughm 4 .
) under the fO.n mean officer duly authorised to hereby proclaim and declare that a' Ane of said ovrtlfloat Florida. LoUghrnS
PANT following propo..dc..rt.r.
administer oath and take acknowledgements special election of the qualifIed electors .... paid ortlcatt.shall b. redeemed Boiler O. Hancock of .
1ovLT1w FEED, Jf. En. J. Wade Tucker C. A. Carson of said City will b* held at the tax deed. will Florida
i AgR'tm In said Issue thereon the 'th day of of Loughman, Florida.
: 1 SCPrUKS O. A. and R L. I/ealey. personally knownto City Council Chamber City durIng on AugustA. Buil" .
: E. LESLEY. to be the persons described In the regular: hour of vltlng on the D. 1D1I. . B of Lu..hma... Flor- .
,, / INCUBATORS ETC. 'dm who, executed the foregoing Ar- 7thj day of August, A. D. Itlt. upon the Witness my hand and official seal at Ida
tides of Innorporatlon and upon oelna question of contracting a loan of Seven KJaalmmee CIty. Florid.this the 8th ROBERT W. DAVS' "
CONKEY A PRATT8 PROPoSED CHARTER OF Tl'CKKR duly several!}' sworn each for hlmaeHacknowledged ty Thousand $70.00000)) Dollar in the day of July. A. D. S0-5t .lt'J
BUICK; COMPANYThe Bonds each for the J" I OVBK8TRBBT ,
( MEDICINES before me the execution. form of Fourteen .;
: of Five Thousand ( Dol Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola Ir.
undersigned hereby associate thereof for the use and purposes sum (00000)
L themselvea together for the purpose of therein expressed.Witness lars and to pledge the fiMida, credit n-. 'unty. State of Florida NOTICE 1. i'
WRITE KOlt CATALOGUE forming/ a corporation under and by my hand and official, seal and property of the City for the re- '.' :.
: 1 AND WICKKLiY IMUCK virtu. of the Laws of the Htate of flor- at Xfssimmoflseeola County Florida d4mptlon of said Bonds, the proceedsof NOTICE OF APPMCATI FOR TAX The Board of County Commissioner ." ,
fda and under the tollowlrlIr"po."cl( this Snd day nf i&16 said bonds to be expended In theiraving. DICED UNDKH BT4 AND of Osceola County will receive bid. up'
\ LIST Charter: (Seal 1) ROMA lrrlfoJ\r FI. grading and curbing of cer- OTB ( 8K'ION, OF to 10 A. M. August 2nd. Hit. on three 'o.,
; ', Article 1. Notary Public State of Flnfldn. loin 1 streets In said City and the re- STATIC OF FLORIDA miles more or less,.of vitrified brtolc
The name of this Corporation .shall My commission expiresMarch tli4n < lit cf certain outstanding In- TiE road nine feet wide with concrete curb-
",' be TUCK Kit HIIK'K COMPANY nnd Its ] 8. 1919. oJ'hl l'd nc.oa. Not/fee Im heret>y Riven that S. H Ing Specifications may be had by applying "f'
: : ::1 Oldest established and Largest place Ut> business Rhnll be In I.EWIfl O'DRYAN I" be Issued upon the Bullock, purchaser of Tax Certificate.. Io the Clerk of the Circuit ourt '.
j Seed llouae In Florida rl Lni.wlo: f Klm4lmme: .. founty of OHCIola. .- 14PROCLAMATIO'1'4 terms d"I oe manner set forth In No. 1870. U7 and 1372. dated 7th day at Klaslmme.. Florida f 1
Klollda. with branch offlC4>.a In such saul' Ileaiflutton of July. l'li. has filed said' Certificates -: The Board reeervea. right to ao- '
place or |>lac<... In the United Suites' or The following qualified. electora are In my office and has mad apI I I cept, or reject anLor "... L
:. E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. In, fonlKii countries\ as the directors 14, 'rpl>\' appointed to serve' aa officers p4lcatlon for Tax Deed to issue In .JlR"IEE.
{. may d'nlllll. of aald HIH rial flectionV. : cordancn to law Said certificates, .. 30-3t "
.\ Article II. ;. K; Mcdeis; J. M Gardner. and J W brace hL following! described land aC-1!
Till riMiernl nature of the huMnesR to I.IIK. Inspector, and H. N. Bratton ., NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT
; ; 2OO Kant Kay Street llljl I IIU VCIIIK BWW14 V T1444ty. -
l h. IrHlmnrttd l hy said corporation ahall OK MPKC'IAI. Ml'M<'II'AI. nO'liD Clerk State of Florida I ,.to-; I>KKI> tINDER SECTIONS >T4 A"
.JACKSONVILLE, KIX>RIDAN he to l huv. *4fll or' manufacture brick ;: <:e''I'IO\i: In witness. whereof I have hereunto Lots 2 and 24 of C. Lincoln .75 GENERAL STATUTES OK.
and ]lnstiir blocks of all kind ., and nn- ai I m\ band nn Mayor of Bald City and Hnlghta TUB STATE OK FLORIDA
( ) tun\ir' and to acquire and > c 'tIIMOl tin Corporate Real of said City Lots 9 and 12 of Block D. Lincoln
t'nili end or Ihft authorltvCHtti1
own or' l I.,,,-., any mHrhlnerj' nereannry, \ In me >by ylrtui tin, following tiaolu- to )>e )bird. .ufTlxed. and the same at- Heights Netlve la Hereby Ulven WllllaMVe
,'illMT hmae>B, Feeh.srr .f .t.t
mid' I to ''''CUT<' and own pRtcntaBIM '. to-wlt JllU. .\. 10. 1815 The lands being aaacaaed In the N.. 78*, dated 7th day of Vrtlt.. ,
till muu'] whine\er same may bo (Seal!) H. R MAY, name :"W. L Kenxle. B L. Kenxle andA. D
has filed said Certificate
,t . A HI2"OI.t'T10V of City 111. Ta
advlnalile Mayor .
RUB-MY-TISM ')I. med] for "un eaHful op4Tiitlon respectively at the .
., I 4if MH I bunlnefia 4> th4* pi4'ttctUin A resolution 1 i'ro\ldlnr for the Issulinie All.'fit of KlHBlmmee t..O of .. issuance of acid certlflcateaUnlena I my office ana has applc.tlon for
'J' : .c'I::: [ Ii: btbe city of Klnalmmee 1 of J. IT' nnnERT. Tax Deed. to issue la .
4>f tin I Ititererils within cor- said certificates shall be redeemed -
; Will( euro Rheumatism, Neuralgia l>iuiilloii t4i nifHui1.. In the business of ltrirls. In n ertaln amount for the pur-i ('l.-rk 'of City of Klsslmmee according to law tax deed. will law. Said Certificate embraces the following -
Headaches Cramps Colic Hint 1o Into ontractn for I the I''',"'' of ralKliiK. funds for the use rf issue thereon on the 9th day of described property situated In
"I Kiiidlnir, Ii4\lif) ;. ]m\lng. building and saul city fin the 1 purpoHe of )'nvlnK.C A UI0801.tITIONWh""I1" A. I). 1916Wltmk AU\U.t O.ceol. County State of Florida to-
.SprainsBruises Cuts Burns. Old <.oll..I..u"Ion(l 4if r4' .uda. hlKhwnflpilr44tH ;railnir: .and, Curblnw. eirtaln. ntreits in flu, Council has this day my hand and official seal atKIssln.neo wit: Lots 7 and 8 of the
; Ring-Worm: nud !lld.'walk.. to buy. aellinannKe sail (.It\ and tin retirimint of ferlain "- en.' iniiiitU lidoptcd' a Resolution en- City. Florida I thla 8th day of Town of St. Cloud. Florida
;Sores, Tetter Eczema Irnni' and dplop lands. and .1"1011,11"1. 1 ndi'bteilneaH of said ( Mliil, .\ solution; Providing for theIKHIIIIIH. July, A. D 1915. The said land being at the
etc. Anti. ptio Anodyne fviinliK I n gtniiiil rcnl entnte bunlnenHnnd cltnnd for the Hiil>mli4Hion of t beluintlnn I '.. bUii- City of Klsslmnuie. of (Circuit Court Heal) date of Issuance certificate In
,L I. j to buy and' ".11 Inndn on Its own of HUrti Inntiaiice i Io an i-lc-] IliinilH In" certain amount for the pur- J L. OVERSTRKET.Clerk tire name of F Unless. said Certificate
) :: ;used internally externally. 25c ai'iount and' mi 'omml"lnn.! to build lion of the iiuallniil ilicloi of paid lee 4if raising. funda for the use of Circuit C4>urt. OseeolaO4 shall be according to
I \ _. ()1. OWII. Improve and de\4lop] land.i.wneil .. rlt\ purnuant. to. Sictlont Kifil' & 10112( Htilil Clt>' for the purpose of Paving, >unty. State of law. Tax Deed will Issue thereon on
1>\' thin corporation ; to manufacture or' tbi' (,i in'rnl Statutia of tbe State of CuulliiK: and Curbing certain streetsIn By JAMES M. JOHNSTON.. D C. the 7th day of August, A D 1(16.
LET US HAVE YOUR BILL Inmhi.r. tlnilnr I naval, Mores r lot Ida of 11106heriBB i mild ('ity. and the retirement of cer- 29 4tN4)Tlelc Witness. my hand and official eat l at

,- WE WILL SURPRISE YOU Oriis-tihS.I urpiMitlne I tlinl>4r nroductaand \\' It l I. tne Intention of the tHin outstanding. Indebtednesses. of said Klaalmmee City Flerlda. this 7th day
4 1 : : to lenae; hire, own and, act as ,, CltCiiunill under the proxlalonn. of ('lty. und for the submission of the OF FOR TAX of JUly. A. D 115
: f broker factor 4>r' agents In the pur ("bapter 6361 Law. of Florida Acts of 1u..tioii. of Much issuance to an election lIKED tJ )APPLICATION BTOUKNKRAI. J. 1... OVKFU3TBEKT. Clerk Circuit
chase. Bnle 1911. to require the owner of the electors of the said ; IEe.ION
: : lyUr"ad"d dI.jiorsItlon property qualified OF Court Osceola County, State of
If you want material, we manufacture of real 1 ml : : products abutting certain street' or parts of City pursuant to Section 1061 & 1062 STATIC OF FLORIDA TiE Florida.
thereof and commodities. goods, wares treet.*. within the city to pave grade of the Oeneral Statutes of the State of By JAMBS M. JOHNSTON D
: from the stump and can save you and merchandise of every kind IncludIng and curb the ame Florida) of 1 906.THEItEFltE.. (Circuit Court Seal> (.fi
and naval stores, blacksmiths and And. uheren, the City will have to BK IT RESOLVED RY Notice Is hereby T.IeerW M
!: S money. W. Guarantee grade coopers' tools and Implements and sawmill hear the entire costs of such Improvement TUB: COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KI3SIMMKIO. Hall purchaser of .

'{ ;: workmanship to be up to the Standard. l tools I and Implements of all sorts:, ftt the Interaectlon of thestreets 708, dated July 7th. A D 1911. ADMINISTRATOR'S TO SELL .
to operate and conduct saw mills' plan- . and at least one-third of thecost Section 1'. That should the issuance said Certificate In my office and baa HEAL NOTICI
? \ lag mllla. and all business Incident of the remainder of such Improvements of laid Fourteen Bonda aggregating the made application for Tax Deed to issue
r I'' thereto to buy. raise' and sell cattle ; total sum Seventy Thousand ($70,000.00) I In accordance to law Said Certificate
and live stock of all kinds; to purchase, And whereas. In order to provide Dollars be authorised by the qualified embracea the rollo..ln. described land. IN COURT OP COUNTY JUDGE STAT
: ; Yellow} Pine Lumber Co. deal In beef and beef products, to own. funds to retire the present oulstandng electors of the City at the special election lying I situate In Osceola OF ,LO.IDA OSCKOiUA; COUNTY
; hold and sell lands for pasture and unpaid, and pat due Indebtednessof to be proclaimed by hec': ty.n8.I ,Florida, to-wlt.
cattle range; to own operate lease the city. amounting approxlmateflSOOOCO. under said Resolution. this : :. Ll Twenty-five (SIS) 1m Ktat .( KrateLasaar Rash.Mice. .
PronptaeM Oar Watchword. hire use and maintain dock. wharveaelevators iy ; It will be for pledges Itaelf to expend the proceedsof of Land A Investment .
presses, storage the City. to contract a Ir.e.y. laid Honds: for the purpose a* set Company Subdivision of NBJ4 and KM Notice Is hereby given to all whom It
Ph... 15. KiMlm-iee. Fla. facilities of every; receive purpose and secure same by bonds of out In said Resolution of the NW' and WM of 8K\ may concern, J. Emory Rush, a*
IIrotll. and tolls therefrom; to buy sell the City; U F. KHIBUS n. R way. of Section ) Guardian of h'.t of France Lamar -
1 i handle for Its own account t>r' on commission And. whereaa the City will have to President of the Council of Township Twenty-elx (SI) South.Range Rush, on the ISth day
turpentine rosin and all kindsof bear the entire Initial coat of suchgrading. the City of KlaslmmeeSeal Thirty (SO) East. of August.M. ii. 116, apply to the
Six-Sixty-Six naval atorea. timber and agrIculturalproduct. I paving and curbing and the ( I) The said lands being assessed I In the Honorable M. Murphy. County JudgeIn
!, to operate atllls I and machinery abutting. property will be I aaaeaaed Its J. R. OILBRRT name of Unknown at the date of issuance and for County. at his officeIn
for the manufacture of naval stores just proportion of such grading1 pavng City Clerk of Klaalmmee I of said crtlllc.te.Unle. Klaalmmee. In said County at 10
', Tkk It a pt..cv4pdo. prrd .**ciUr products of every. description ; to erect. and curbing, same to be paid In Installments Approved this ZOth day of July, A. .. said certificate shall be redeemed clock A. M, or a* soon thereafter. a*
: let MALARIA .* CHILL* rCVCPt.Fiv and maintain tank. and warehouses as shall be provided by ordinance D. 1915. according to law. tax deed will the. matter can be heard, for authorityto
for the. storage of naval stores and cot- the by virtueof H. R MAT issue thereon on the tth day of jtuguat. sell at public or private sale, the
4 ., .it
If take ... .* a loale tfc. Fever will ao< or warehouse receipt agalnat Florida. which assessments when received my hand and official County to-wlt.:

.....*. || acto a* the livr' belt** tfcaaCl the same; to compound and refine oils: will be used. for the purpose of Klsslmmee City. Florida this t1'.llf Block of the Florida
to manufacture. own buy sell and dealin paying and retiring a proportionate of July. A. D. 116. Land and Oeuert4 Addition
i, .*a.l sad doss mot (rip*or"d.. 2SciljgjjRAYSTONE barrel. headings staves. Htllls sup- part of the. bonds Issued for this pur- QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY-IN dar Court Sea1 to the .. Ciy.Which .
plies and materials of similar kind.; oe.Therefore. 3.. 1_ RSTREET. application will b* baaed
11 to. buy. sell and deal In "grocerlea dry be It resolved by the ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND Clerk Circuit Court Osceola the petition for such sale now on Ale
goods, hardware and all kinds of merchandise Council of the City of KlaslmmeeSectlo ELECTION. 2>-4t County of Florida In said Court '
to build buy. ...11. leaae. manage 1. That under. and by virtue Dated It, A. D Ut. >
own. control. hire. charter or operate of the power vested In the City of Kla- J. \
: Veasels. tramways.. railways Immee by Sections 10<-and 10 ; | brldgea./ lighters. engines. cars or other the Oeneral Statutes of the State of AD peneai eBtided to role ia tit.'erer.r -
vehicle. or means. of transportationof Florida, the City shall Issue It. Fourteen Boad Elecboa mmA be compliance with the law In such LEGAL NOTICE .
the products of property held owned Bonds for the aggregate sum of : rtfiaereJ cae made and provided. It I is hereby .t.
controlled or manufactured by said '70,000.10. or so much aa shall be authorized voters n'tke' City of 1"___**, announced and declared that an eleo- !. She Estate ef C. K. r- '.
: company or other persons or corpalIons by vote to be styled Municipallonda. lon will be hMd at Narcooaae Osceola tl
In connection with the business Issue of Ivl6 of the denomlna- retiifiac tkereia at Ik. tia. of the alec.HOB County Forida Special Tax Schol Notice Is hereby that as the .'
Jl & .. 1aa&I, .>... ILNTfl.ugt. of this company but not to use said lon of |S.000.00 each. drawing Interest. real etate tkerei aadt District . Monday widow of the above decedent. C.
: "':- mean of transportation for the pur- payable. seml- nnually at the rate of .wsuaf A. D. IU5. the purpose of F. Prevail. 8r. who died Int..late. I .
poe of doing; buslnea of a common 6 per cent per annum maturing; re- _._ .... paid their taxes for the year who shall serve a* school trustees will present. my petition to the
.Open Year Round carrier; to raise buy sell exchange pectlvely from date of laauance .. of said district for two lte afer able T. M. Murphy, the County Honor'f;
I" and lrO';: .. planta. follows: One Bond In Ten years one last doe there... the election, and to numberof sceola at his ofHce .
shrubs, cereal. and any and all kindsof In Eleven years one In Twelve. year. mill of district school tax to be'' 1& the CountyIorl. .. Flor- :
vegetable product and citrus fruit.. one In rear one In fourteen levied and collected annually for. the on Monday the Itth day of Auru V .
Ida ,
. fruit tr.e., hay; and grain and to doa ear*, one rtin.Twenty years, one In NOTICE Or ATTACHMENT: aid two years. 1(1 for the appointment of Commissioners / ;
.. general nursery business. ; to construct 'wenty-one years. one In Twenty-twe The following were appointed to act to aaalcn my Dower Interest -,
." erect operate and maintain a years and one In Twenty-three year I1T THE COUNTY COURT OP HIII.SBOHOVUU at said election. : In the said estate. to law At,
packing house or packing houses andcanning and the Interest and principal payable COUNTY. STATE Of H. H. Hull. 8 B Story. .J. B TlndalL which Urn and acordlnl i
:i ik factory for fruits. meat and in gold or Its equivalent In the officeof KLORIUA.Chas. Inspectors. interest may parte. 10
ANrsqrsfrap. vegetable of all kind., to produce buy the Treasurer of said City. Said F W. HIM. Clerk. ropr. d..e\
,,, JAX BISCUITUt *-. or otherwise. acquire. and sell or otherwise bonds to b* issued for the purposehereInabove H. Me rheu. PlalatlC.J. Don by order. of the Boar of PublioInstruction. iv-4t SARAH A. PREVATT. '
Oaceola County thl 14th
dispose of the product of such set out. and the fund,
*Xier taM .JAXBISCl or canning factory or factor credit and property of said City pledged ' day of June A. D. 1315. .
packing J. K. R.I.... n.r........
house or packing houses; for their redemption To J K. Baldon Defendant In the above C BAS C..lrma NOTICE FOR BIOS
to subscribe for purchaaa, receive, Section 2. That an election. be held all tt
and other Interested
k : II own., hold for Investment or otherwisesell at a* early a date a. practicable at cause: person- ::: (I TOWKLI luperlnt..d.Dt Notice I. hereby given that the council .

and dispose of and make advance* which the question to b* submitted to You are hereby. notified that a Writ will meet on Aug., Ird at 7.10: p. m.
menta upon Blocks, shares bond. securities the electors of said City havingthe of ha* been issued against! to receive. bId. for contract for
or obligation of. other coroo- a uallficatlons prescribed br Section ,. .r NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT Electric LIght and Water Plants. Said
ana 01 av n
you. your jooa
ration whatsoever wherever located i .041 of the Oeneral Statute of the coossee. t'cf'Osceola, State t tFlol'lela contract running; one year.
; originated or engaged"" In or pursuing State of Florida shall be the issuance .. Parties must state price
has to satisfy T* A.. iras **r Mevravh mm* AllOther bidding per
any one or more kinds of business purpose -. of the said Fourteen. bonda And the of Chas H. Moorhouse. I.IerestediNotice cord, full meaaurement
k I When; buyBREAD or objects Indicated hereto: or Mayor shall forthwith Issue his Proc- Plaintiff In the above cauan amounting 4ia A sufficient bond will be required for
you I. that I. L. H.
holding any property of any kind men amatlon for aald election and shall to Two Hundred Seventy-four & 41-100 hereby given faithful performance of contract
tinned herein or any corporation ownIng /rive public notice of same by publlahng ($274,42) Dollars. ngram. Sheriff of Oaceola County. have The counci reserves the right to reject -
or holding stocks or obligations" of aald proclamation In three. con- i Now. unless shall before this day attached certain personal bids
any such corporation and while the .lecutlve issues of a newspaper published you belonging to Andre Van der This 16th-day of July A D .
the. CourWIn and ,
owners or holder of -lock- bond. In the Cltv County ; In the County of Oaceola State 0t J. R. CJILBKRT ferk
[: I: I any Immediately prior to ty of Hlllsboroufth, rd' City <
k ; or obligations to exercise' all the he date of said election. aforesaid on the first OrohjI'Sep described a* follow:
five 1914
rights powers and privileges of ownership Section 3. That the form of ballot tember. A. D 1916. Judgment be paaaenger car.
thereof and to exercise all and to be used. at said election. shall be aubtantlally rendered against and property Model the property of Andre Van der NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATOR!
any thereof to sell follow. you deer sen In the County of Oaceola and Ask for the BEST ; a* : old for above IndebtedneaaDated n..r. >
-. i 1 mortgage, gllut- i.npl ,,. hire leaseor Official, Ballot Municipal Hnnd Elec- this Z8th day of June A. D State You of Forida commanded to I. C.wrt .f Ce.. .., Mtate efKloridau
convey the property of thin corporation tion. Au.t the -A. D. 1915. 1916.
or any part thereof ..t will and Make a Cross' (X) mark before the lULBURN before .t'.. Judge of the County Court In re estate of John Pierce Osceola
I BULL ot . County. Florida. on the 6th
to Invest the
proceeds at pleasure and question of choice ounty
iL 1 W.'make H. Every Grocer sells it In such manner a.. may be determined "VOTE) FOR your ONE. ISt Atorney. Plaintif.ORDER rna: of September, A:lf. 1915. same be- Notice Is hereby given. to all whom
; by the bv-laws: to conduct any part "For Bond for retiring present outstanding a Rule Day of Ha court to anawern It may concern that on the 20th day
of It. business and to have officeand Indebtedne. of the City of FOR PUBLICATION. an action of Damages In of A. 1816, I shall apply
,. agencies at such places In this State KlBglmmoe. of approximately J16.000 00. tIle Hum of Dollars In to howoaea i.nT_ M Murphy Judge

LIBAKERYiui : } and other States. or foreign countriesas 'Aicalniit Ponds for retiring present; !. CIrcuit C..r'. State of Florida.eTeatb. Cochran which Robert ro-partners.T. Cochran. doing and business Emma M... of court as Judge of Probate for
may be requisIte or necessary for outstanding Indebtedness of the tobt T. Cochran & Co.. of the City of
the carrying on of said business or furthering Clsalmmee of approximately 11500000. / lr..I. the estate of John Pierce, deceased,
i1,.' ....-, ...\ the needs. of said .corporation !.ommty.( New York. State of New York are and that at the same time I will pre-
'- ,. said necessity to be determined. In thediscretion "VOTE FOR ONE. Ruth V haarery.Curtis Complainant. leersch Oalntlffa Is and defendant the said Herein Andre Van fall not der sent to said court my final accounts asadministrator
and of the For bonds of
Judgment board for grading pavingand said estate and ask
of director; to receive payment for curbing Stewart Avenue. from Church O Curtis vs.Gustave Defendant or judgment will be given against you for their approval.

capital stock subscribed for In moneyor treet' to Broadway estimated. cost $2.- It appearing: bv affidavit appended to by. defaultJune 1915 Dated May IS, A n, 191SW .
In property labor services. 43943. 2 B.
or at CRAWFORD.ZtttO.34S.4I .
a Tn abovr-ataled
the bill filed the cause
: Just valuation therefor In the discretion "Agalnnt Bonils for .
FreshWater grading paving that Oustave n Curtis the defendant i Sheriff of Oaceola Oountv Admln.atrator.NOT .
or judgment of the board of and
curbing Stewart
directors: > Avenue from therein. named la a non-realdent of the
to make contract of kind whatsoever Church Street Florida
any to 11road..ay."VOTJIJ
of and la resident of J L OVERSTREET.Clerk .
tate a
{Salt Fish or for bualneaa the furtherance Including of Its agreementa purposes -. FOR ONE Unknown I'iorlda.over. the Age of twen- of County Court. UK VOlt LATIOI ; _
It Is therefore ordered Florida
or contracts between. the said "For; Bonds for gradingpavlna andcurbing that ty-one said years non-resident; defendant be and (County Court O.r..ol County. I Drpartmeait of tke 1..1101. V. a. Land '
corporation and Individuals or other Mabbette Street from Rtewart Offlr* at .
to to the JAMES M. JOHNSTON D C. U.I..II.
he I I. hereby required appear By
Daily corporations In any of the lines of Avenue to Bermuda Avenue, estimatedoat .I .
bill of filed In said cause on LEWIS O'BRYAN.Attorney .
business of this complaint
corporation, to do any 18,11600"AKalnit Serial No. O*SO7
and all things that are or may be necessary i ond. for grading paving or before Monday the 2nd day of AUKuat. for "1.lntil. 19-9t
or proper to be done for the and curbing; Mabbette Street from A D, ll'16, otherwise the allegations I Notice Is hereby given that William
furtherance of the. purposes of this Stewart Avenue. to Bermuda Avenue. I of bill will be taken a* confessed ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. H. Hronson. of Orange Center, Florida r
: tg: 4 corporation or for carrying Into effect by said deend.nt.I who on January 12, 1910. made Home-
; the power. herein gran ted. VOTE FOR ONE. Is further this order I. Clrvalt C4. State .f Florida. Sev- lead Entry No 06307 for B" of NE%
Article III. "10'01'' Bond for gradingpaving- and be p"blll) once a week for eight con cask Jedlrt.l F.CI.I G.ty. NKU of 8E(4 Section 21. NW' ol t
The capital stock of the In the Klaelmmee Val ;
corporation curbing from Clyde Ave, through Pen- Winifred V. SwtSection IS Township (
PHONE 50 shall be one hundred thousand and field Avenue. to Big Ditch on Railroad. fdGc. a newspaper published InThl. Reep. Compl.ln.nt. Range 18 Hast. Meridian
00-100 dollars to be divided Into one estimated coat tei7'.46. ;and Mtat*. Edwin L. has filed notice of Intention to make "
thousand share of the par vain of Bonds for grading pavingand 8th. A. I).. 1313. I.. Reep Defendant. iMve-year Proof, to establish claim to :
: ROBBINS.Galvanized one hundred .dollar each, which I said curbing'; from Clyde; Avenue Seal) .J. I* OVER8TRKKT.I Chaae.ry.It appearing by affidavit filed In the he land above described. before. Cleric tr
I'L' capital stock: may be paid for In cashor through Penfleld Avenue to Big Ditch I Clerk Circuit Court bove-atated cause that Edwin I... Reep of Circuit Court at Klsslmmee.. Florida \
In property labor or services at a on Railroad."Against By .JAMBS M JOHNSTON.Deputy the defendant therein. named la a nonresIdent on the Ind orpt.mber. Kit. .
just valuation to be fixed by the director CI.rk of the stateof Florida and Claimant *.
of the company at a m.etingcallsd VOTE FOR ON1I.! O K KRIBBS I. a resident of Slngu. Upper Thomas Edward : '!tcfe Orange Canter I.
f. for that purpose.Article For Bonds for grading paving and Solcior CompJ.ln.nt XlStHOTICIO India, over the age of Burma llorld.
: of IV. curbing Church Street from Stewart year; It la therefore ordered that said .i of . Center, Flor-
I:4 The term for which this corporation Avenue to Main Street estimated cost nonresident defendant be and Is hereby da.J .
: ; ; hall exist shall be perpetuaL $6811.76"Against. DEED UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION JRAX required to appear to the of L Rile*, of Orange Center. Florida \
Art Id. V. Bonds for grading paving OF complaint filed In said cause on bIl be-. J. Keen, of Orange .'
The officers of this corporation shall and curbing; Church St., from Stewart tore Monday the (th day of September net S
if ,.- b* a President. one or more' Vloe-Preal- Avenue to Main. Street."VOTH TUB IrATE OF FLORIDA A. D.. 191S, otherwise the allegation ROBERT W.. D_VI8.
. 'f \ I fi f Corrug"atedt' denta, a Secretary 'a Treasurer, and a of said bill will b* taken a* confessed I-I Register. i.:. .
(. board of not less than three nor more FOR ONE Notice Is hereby given that D. B.H.rt by> said vi
'f / than nine director Th. office of Secretary "For Bend for (Tradingpavlna and purchaser of Tax Certificate No. It I* defend.nt. that thl order KTOTICBI roR PULIC.& ,
;t: .., i. and ,Flat and Treasurer may b* held. by curbing Main Street from Oak Streetto d the 7th A, D. be published one a eight }
: any other. officer of said company. The City Limits estimated. coat $11534.35.'Against igib. baa Sled delgrrfll.{ .I In consecutive week In rkvfl y Qaette. .f *a* laterter, V. Laud ( ,
.', (h board of director shall b* Ieetd at Bonds for grading pavlna; office and has made application . a newspaper published In said Ofae* .t Gaiae-eyille. ....
J. ;
. Sheets the annual stockholders. meeting to r.tuI2ftMt.IIreet; : from Oak Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to I county and at te. Jmly IT. iieiK. .;
be held In the City of KIsslmraeeT Oa Bald certificate embrace. the following This June 21at A. D.. 1315. ..N.. "
J: : J.- ceola County, Florida on the third land, lying: and being situate In Osce J. L. OVBR8TREBT.Seal .
> "' ; Thursday In :January of each year, beginning "VOTH FOR ONtt ola County. State of Florida to-wlt: ( ) Clerk Circuit Notice I. hereby given' that William '.
: .. ,"AadAll: .'F'orm"s of Metal In the year IMS. "For' Bond for vradlner. paving' and Lot Thirty-one (II) of the SeminoleLand C. ROBINSON. Court L Sullivan of Loughman. who \ "
.r',., ..... a,. "-. Until the Bret annual meeting of the curbing Vine. Street; from A. C. L. Railroad % Investment. Company' Subdivision E Solicitor for Complainant. 27-Jt ? Mar, 10l..l tiO. mad FI.rlda .. J' .
4 .\ '" t. .' of"' stockholder. and until the officer to City Limits., estimated cost"Arafnnt of Section Thlrty.thr. (3 Entry. No. 0Ct' W" of '. :
't ... f above mentioned ar* elected and qualified $3473.50. Townahlp t lk W* of SW14 TownaAiTM "
-"' .- Roofing at the first election, the officer of bond for radlnar. pavlna Range Thirty-one (It\\Z JD.UcceI' NOTICE TO CREDITORS.I. South Range 17 Tallahaise
1i,.) '.. the corporation shall b*> J. 'Wade and curbing Vine St... front A. C. XZ to the official plat thereof \Ied In'th. Meridian, has filed E..t -of Intention f-
_ 1">., ""- :<. :J" -, ucker. President H. U LeTy. .First I Railroad to City UmlU." office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. C.4r .f tb* C. ajty Jmmf, .t.t to make Five-Tear. proof'to e.t.bleh' "
_ ; 1 ALL SIZES :AND-H GAUGES,' Vlee-Preldent; w. A McCooU Second I Ooeola County Florida. .f Florida. Oe eela 0.. <. Vlo*-Prltlnt: 3. Wad Tucker. Treasurer VOT1D. FOR ONm--: The sail land being aaaessed In the In r* Estate of John Thompson.To for Clerk of the Circuit at Kls.ssSb.rr.'i'ton *-
7 "
ft' :: i .,if!.PJOMI1'DELIYERT, . ,,) ;,C. .A.' Carson. Secretary: and 3. "For bond for building road and nam of W. at th*. date of all creditor. legatee., distribu the Court day
_ i f. I .' .r )' Wad..Tucker.. B. I* LealeyJr.. ., A. Me- bride aero** head of Lake Tohopekallg luane* of tees and all person having claim *r -r. ,
,:.. ...... .(ifr*)_-':U.:larf eat ami mA essM *. Cool v. A.Carson and John. M. Hughe, *! from Cap Br**** t* Barbeau'* Unlea :cSM't. shall b. redemd demand agalnat said estate: Claimant name aa witness:
: director stockholder* shall meet Island, ..timatedeoet ..e.oeo. tax deed wilt and of ar-hereby no Cbarll

..1'. ;.h:,".1 ;) ,PI ,iaFloH! , of. XJaalmme ,Oeoeela "Against bond for building road and ine thereon on,h* of You ; eb -0u present. aay 14. B mb "J" '
( County; "Florida, at th. offtee of this bride aero** head of Lak Toho eka- '. .. lb 4' ''Auaat claim Wand--demand which yon, or Albert ,Sullivan' of ,: .' 'r' ,,
: ( .l Prowls Co( orporatLon on net of August A., D 11.! :.. from, Cap ; Brsee.tOBerbeaus, 'Wllnesa my haiTd and official *eal at either 'of you, may have' Ida. Lu.bmaa 10. .
: ..IS. far the of adopting by lal_ .. d' - '
purpose *1.t..uowi' \ City. norlda, thl*> estate of John Thompson Homar JTohnon.tof
- lwa:and 'oomplelncrth 1 ,_ '. JIVBRG.EEN' JiVENUX:, 01. this .corporation- : ,, .. 4.;. 55$4flt;* Usvane,I of tr.f 1. E. I ".- 'I undeiwigeed.*x* utor .; said utat Lamb ot tiongbman. }
*, ArtMo-Vt. 4. , .aid Bonds b* uthorlsd by tine requlr- : , OVnSREJ. wUhl. twGTe$ froM the lmO.b ;, :. 10r--1.
I FLORIDA: -.'J'1ui' amount t>t.|Bd.btanM,: vote" of tworthlrd .of the. elector* I '- .-" 'IC.rkClr..U Ctr"Ola. ... OA.I '" ROBER''W.,'

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[I IDATJULT' '30 1915. ..- THE -.XISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, .. FACtt.f. r 7

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: ,.. .. .o.o.,.. .. .: Aaron%Story and lady friend attended nual report of.the"style committee of tnenC Utility 'coat 'will$ ''.he cwt. en
0O ,the ,box, social at East .Lake the National Cloakv Suit and Skirt loose and straight.r,Hnea. "' " '
O. LAKE HAMILTON"POLK Saturday night. Manufacturers', association. The. report "The' high buttoned convertible' cot*,

; Cloud Department COUNTY, O week> Wore saysi '"There will be nCl. definite iat. arr set-In al...,.. wits be char gd
1 mucheIImproved.aWe line set for the length of the suit
t. o..o..t acteristicThe;, aemi-kimonO'' eleeve
a t .. .
I jacket, but tailored suits,cut smartly
'. + : misinformed however In regard to and belted effect will be Men on many
The band stand in; Triangle park, ber having malaria fever on sewn lines, .omewhat.haped to of, the favorite model Flashes, re-.
News and ''Notes of the "Vifonderrcity"From Our'OwnSpecUl the it This the,form. are prominently represent velvet cord and '
. .. near hotel completed Mr and Mrs A. D. Story were shopping ed. : of ours, novelty pile,
Some the jacket
." Correspondent ,., point command on..of,, the finest in Kissimmee. Saturday., are distinguished fabrics with fur trimming will' be
view by high buttoning treatment, shown. while cheviots in a variety of.
across 'Mis Bessie Lawson to her
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IIda Sara set-in sleeves, belted, plaited and flare '
Lakes ; and Hamilton.A home last week, after 'a, two 'week effect.', weaves and novelties in"plaid effect:
while :: concert band is being organized of visit with friends In Orlando ro-. and tweeds will. make a strong,bid foe .
IT, Charles Feather In bath- back to St. Cloud where he could bet which A. C. Roller will be'director. ,"Skirt should .not ,be longer than popularity." ,,'
last 'Thursday afternoon had the ter entertain them at our hotel., The There i considerable 'MI Irene Billiard spent the,weekend ankle length and the wide suit skirt, ?,
fortune ,to cut: hi. foot and hat party Went to New Eden, plantation talent* here available experienced for this musical with her. friend Miss. Bessie Mose- which i. ".narrow. enough to have a The report eontinuearIt'I* gratl'ying -
laid up ever'elnce, but we hope Tuesday fishing. "Mr. Elaine is ''a . The band to organization. be- ley. 'I i graceful swing,..1* favored. ,Broadcloths to note the thought of creating
be, bee and has colonies of the expect worsteds poplins gabardine styles in this country ha impressed
.ill won out again. man great ready by fall. Everett Smith woe ill last week ,
Itself \ton, mind of the general r'
of )_Italian in St. Petersburg. cheviot, whipcords and tweed
,1U. Ethel Reynolds, Alligator variety Mr. Geiley has gone north on a trip with malaria fever serge publio- such aft extent that the pub-'
form the fabric basis of the suit
Ice,'' Was tho truest for a few days Mrs. Urbane May and nephew of .
to attend to business interests in In- The Misses Bessie Blanche and Ja- lie schools, are encouraging' pupil to
,week of Miss Haxel. Shambow, Tampa are spending the week with sailed Many models are treated with braid
diana. Mr. Sanburn is assisting at i nette Lawson at the C. M. and fur. take up various phase of, this work,,
arolina avenue Mrs. May' parental Rev. and Mrs. W. the Geiley and Tichnor store while Mr.I Smith home Thursday night. and this movement i* receiving: the
Hrs; McClain, a trained nurse, who'beea'living L. Hackett, on Ohio avenue. Geiley is away. The farmers il) this community are "The coat for separate wear are to hearty, of the manufacturer 'I
| ,in St. Cloud for a Mrs. R. IT. Hatcher and her Sunday The Hosmer Grocery company has very much delighted with the splendid be long and on somewhat closer fitting I I of women support* garments" )
Boston 1"
time, left Wednesday for lines. They will reveal fullness and
held automobile truck. "
school class a picnic on Tuesdayat bought an delivery splendid "eggplant weather" we have .. < '
,.vacatloffl She will return in the the boat house on Ohio avenue, in :Mrs. J. E. Mosnat of Belle Plaine, been having tire past week. flare in the skirt portion of the gar- '

: honor of Oeelia Bissett, who is visiting Iowa, is visiting her son H. R. Mos Aaron Story called on Everett OO.OO.OO..O..O... ...-....... .
_KGeojjlfe has a valuable mulech here from Tampa. All report a nat, and family. Sho will I visit other Smith Friday evening.Mr. "
Cs trying to die. It is reported good time. places in Florida before returning and Mrs. Lawson visited Mr. ,
t "the mule which draws the ice north. and Mrs. C W. GRIFFIN i ,
overheated end and Mr. J. K. Conn has purchased the Joe Ward Thursday night. ;
ron was on one motor boat belonging to L. U. Zim- Splendid rains are doing a great There will be a Christian Endeavor
Tepid on the other. af- merman of Kissimmee and brought it deal of good to all vegetation here. social Friday night August 12, at the
he Sewing Circle met Tuesday canalon The Ladies Club will giye an annual school house. Sveryone is most cor- and ,
with Mrs. George. Re- over to St. Cloud through the Staple' Fancy ,; ;;
erooon Mary Saturday last. On their way here opening meeting Friday evening, to dially invited to attend. "
reshments were served and very in-. Mr. Conn, James Grim, L. U. Zim- entertain the husbands of the mem- Ruth Harvey was the guest of Ev- 4- "
resting conversations afternoon indulged was in.pnost merman and Donald Conn stopped at bers. It will be at the Mosnat home. elyn Smith Tuesday: r t -.fw GROCERIES' ]: !

., 'pleasant passSupjfcon Mr. Zimmerman's farm at Kissimmee Mrs. Reils has returned from her Floyd Tison, wife and little sons
< ". trip to Bowling Green, Fla. and three friends whose did
r:' of Narcoossee'sbminenTTarmers Park and planted out 2S3 lime trees.A. names we
one F. Bas made a business trip to A melon putting was enjoyed at the not learn, are enjoying camp life at t all ; '
brought in a two- home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brown "Promise Land." Free Delivery to Part .
(pad of the finest Geor- on Tuesday evening. '
k rse Rattlesnake wagon melons we have ever Morris Goodrich, who has been ill one evening lately. Young! people The usual crowd went bathing last of .the City ,
for several weeks of typhoid fever, is i from Haines City and Wintbr Haven. Saturday and had a fine time in spiteof "
|n. were very large, one weigh- I attended.
the .
46 1-2 slowly improving.Mr. rairx.Don't I ... 600..O..o. .oo.
I While working in his yard Wilbur] ,
happy fishing consisting of Outlaw, father of Cleve Out- forget the social, the time and I ,
n Morris and family party, Mert Nurse law, clerk in the local A. C. L. office, Brown was knocked down by a bolt the place and the girls, boys.

famfty, Mrs. G. 8. Jones and Mrs. is quite ill at his home in Klssim- of the lightning.shock for several He felt days.the effects of ..oo..o .oo..o..o. o. .

rkendal. motored to Brick Lake mee- Mrs Rush Palmer and little HELP KIDNEYS
day. They landed a bass large Mrs. H. H shoppim-Hull of Narcoossee,. was and son visited her parents daughter Mr.- M. TILLER i.
to furnish food for the entire in our city on Monday.S.
ugh .
and Mrs. Wagner this week, returning
W. Porter returned Tuesday ev- hifwimmee Readers the E. G. VANS Real [Estate ,
to her home In Orlando Wednes are Learning AGNEW. Art, Agency..
"y.S. after to
Crook, from Lainsborg, Mich., ening quite a pleasant trip Way. Gazette ,, '
day. Valley Baildiaf. ,
New York, Baltimore. Md., and N.NNaeNRealty -
in the ,
pent the first summer
Mrs. Wiles has moved
into her
nder City and is delighted. He has Washington, D. C. new It's the little kidney ills- bought and okL "
St. Cloud home, just completed. Cores Old Sort Other Remedies Weal Cue.
The Rebekah lodge of The lame, weak or aching back- ,
ome Missouri avenue. '
on Mrs. A. in. Houses rented.. .:
Irs. John Melmaker says his wifen will go to Kissimmee Friday night to Spinhorney enjoying a The unnoticed urinary disorders- Theworrleases matter of bow lona.tAttdlflC : . ; h "-
visit with friends from Tampa.O'OOOOOOOOOO.o. cured by the wonderful, old reliable De Ten&
are Title
organize a lodge there. I That lead to and Taxes p&Jdand
San Francisco enjoying a nicet may aropsy Porter'. Antlceptlc Hevlluc OH. It tvlimiPml
with her parents, visiting Ala- John J. Johnston and family returned + > Bright's disease. mad Recta at the a ... Urn*. 15<:.501:.HJOt (for nonresidents.Fire. .

pa, Oakland and other Calfornia Sunday night after spendingtwo O OO When kidneys arc weak Life.:anCi Accident lo t,
L- weeks at Asheville, N C. UNION CENTER OO Help them with Doan's Kidney d'i.
ree autos loaded with our Kissim- Mrs. V. H. Edwards left Wednes- O Pills, Take LivVerLaxAnd surance. ,
i friends were over Sunday Some day for Woodbine, Iowa, where she A remedy especially for weak kid Indemnity Bonds.
hem went bathing but the waves i will visit her mother, Mrs. Pale] neys Feel WellDon't i b +
g rather high, scared others off. I' Mrs. E. E. Wheelock, of Mlegan, G. B. Lawson, J. G. Harvey and boan's have been used in kidneytumbles .i i.Y i.
eight-pound boy was worn to i i] Mich, arrived Saturday and is MMti Claude Barber painted and repaired for 50 years. -
Lapd Mrs Vernon Porter Saturdayt I i ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs the school house last weekvhirh was i Endorsed by 30,000 people-cndors. suffer from the ill effects of ,' ;
last. Saturday being Mr. Por- I Frank Caldwell! on Michigan avenue a much needed improvement. Let the ed at home. an inactive liver, such as headache,
.birthday, he considers the baby I The Pnscilla club met on Friday, good work go on. We suggest that I Proof in a Kissimmee citizen's indigestion, constipation, lack of energy yt
(f present from his wife. I I Ioy July] 16, with Mrs Alice McGill on the school yard be fenced. statement.. and low spirits, when for a little SELECT HOMES, CHOICE: FARMS,)

Taylor halt purchased a big red Massachusetts avenue After a short Spencer Tison and Miss Lois Swin- R L. Starling, proprietor plumbing I money you can get a remedy of proved :' VACANT LOTS AND ACREAGE"I!
..passenger auto. It is second business session they proceeded to the ne\' drove out from Kissimmee Sunday aid metal shop. Brack st., Kissimmee, merit. GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX .
it, but a fine car, and Roy will nobt election of officers for the )'ear. Mrs afternoon, July 18th and called says: "One of the family had been will get your liver right and let you I .. ,
cut a great streak in the atmos '.lona Warner was re-elected president on Nellie and Ira Wetherbee troubled for years with weak kidneys enjoy better health and brighter..plri i ....)IRS.. HART |M.: BUlmElts.,

re'and roads round about this sec ; Mrs. Ruth Kenney: vice-presi- Mrs Barber and Myrtle called at Hiid at times was laid up in bed, ow- its. LIV-VER-LAX acts naturally. .COS Penfleia'St. ..
dent Mrs. Alice McGill, secretary, to in the back and and effectively. Has none of the dangers '
'I' ; the Lawson home Sunday afternoon.Mr. ing severe pains K i IP I. i "i r.t;>.!:
.omrade Samuel Cartiness is veryt I and Mrs Fern tisne, assistant! secretary and Mrs. McLain spent an evening trouble with the kidney secretions and bad after effects of calomel I One block wtst of dyoWavenn\ t
his home, Alabama avenue andIventh Mrs Edna i Goss was re-elected last week with J, K. Milliard and Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief." Sold under an absolute money refund' seeond'ayen .'''
street. j i I treasurer; Mrs.. James Joff( chairmanof family Price T>0c, at all rcalcrs. Don't guarantee at BOc and (la bottle. Each (Clyde, the ... weiit'of'f:
devotional! committpeIrs.; : Kagr, ask bottle is protected by a likeness of L. court house leading uth.)." '..J"sone
Jr. A. Harmon, of New Jersey aveIfhas B K Evans of Kissimmee was the imply for a kidney remedy-get I sale Osceola ,. """ .
been confined to his home for feral Weeks by sickness.r. i I and Mr.. Della Sage, chairman of social Mr. Starling recommends. l FosteiMllburn '- Pharmacy. 28-4t

and Mrs. John McGrath will re- 1, committee.'. :Mrs Howard Baker! Nellie and Ira Wetherbee visited Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. I __ '_ tGel
I to St. Cloud in December and and Ella :McAllister\ as press Will Wetherbee and family Sunday.
up their residence on Wisconsinue respondents COl'-I Mrs! H. C. Liffhtsey and little Mildred I NEXT FALLS }'ASIIIO S.I .... ... ... O o. o. o... ..

l >innty lefiesjjments, were served arc visiting at Bartow and Tiger Black, navy blue, dark brown and : ..wI
tie Mary Semour of Miami, l hy the hostc.-* assisted by Mrs. Fern I I green will constitute the coming fall ; new > 1 and Lillian lIa-rrls of Kissim- ('isne, after which the club adjournedto Hay1I's.\ Smith and Evelyn called on 1 and winter staple colors! for women's ,
are'' the guests of Willie Garnermeek. met July :10th with Mrs. D. CI :Mrs Sam Barber Monday afternoon. 1 I wearing apparel, according to the anWmiiiinFumrfrW 1 fl" :

I I Thompson on Kentucky! avenue and .. /e'Cuf/er9'f..'" '"'t... ,"' ,y
Walter Harris has added anoth- Eleventh street .. n .
; Jim Tyson brought In a wagonloadof ->"'IIIUIU mil' ''Ill II IIMIIIMHIIIIIIUIIIIII' I' llllIlLillJ.llLUlI.LLLllll '''"''IIUi..lEL''r + >
rovement to the water system = ; /! ''iiiniiiP,,,, ,, imiiii"1,,,,, ,, ,"iWfr; ; 1
latest '
..0. Vreeland's place, Wisconsin very fine oranges of the va- "' ''' ''' i '' ,, i ;,, > .r ..
iel t and Twelfth street. I rvety\ last Saturday. They found a ;

l-Phipps and father are spend- ready sale. .,
a week at Palatka. looking overland Mr. Scott, who resides on Louisiana f l 'TN .,.yw
they purchased some time avenue and Tenth street, brought in 'It
They are expected back today. a nice lot of Catley guavas Monday. t I, I .. . "
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Mr. John i ill fever Jr'!" "
Corbin with
ar,1)...and brother Joe had a *. ACCUMULATING y' "
?.t trip.across East Lake Mon. this week. :, ,'f4.- i'f:; i:
evening, being accompanied by Billy Dale returned Sunday night ,' .
Vera Hargrave and Miss Bon- from a trip to Winter Park.J. 4 .!.>
cketL A. Blackwell, of Bradentown, was '
to credit in the Citizens
money your
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in St Cloud -
C. has a new Sunday.
Lindsey purchased
thing machine and says he is pre- Ted Lyman, a Virginia! traveling Bank of Kissimmee ben fits your financial .

fed to do the washing for the fam- I man, is in St. Cloud this week. interests, giving you prestige and

:while his wife is away on a visit Rain necessitated the abandonmentof a reliable source of income. You are
the ball last Thursday after-
: Ravenna, Ohio. game
cordially invited to come in and startan
Mr. J. C. Snyder, of Wisconsin ave- noon.
K will return to St. Cloud on theFst A larg box of tropical fruit was account with us. e r"J

of September and will stay ford sent north by Miss Ethel Zimmer nel --
> Mr. Snyder has not been well Tuesday morning to a friend who is 4 Per Cent. Interest Paid on 1
race he left this city. ill.
I 8 Miss Bess Grosz returned last week E. Emerson, of Rochester, N. Y., Saving Accounts.

rom a lengthy visit in Haines City was in St. Cloud last week. '. '
he expects to leave for her home in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ely were registered -

t,burg, Pa., in a few weeks She at the Bon Air House Sunday.W. _-.
A. Stewart informed that he '
as spent the summer in St. Cloud. us "fti
M. W Lawton, wife and daughter, was leaving" for the North this week. r .
eft Oswego, N. Y., on their return Lee George Edwards is traveling in 1 t ,---"
,rip to St. Cloud on July 21. They the southern part of the state for w

ire making the trip by auto and exect ten days. : : DON. YOU NEED SOME NEW: CUTLERY AND'r!
P. Morrill of Mountain View,
to arrive about the tenth ofaguat. Joseph

Lieut. S. J. Entrikin returned last week. TO COME AND YOU DONT WANT TO BE APOLOGIZING -.'
week from a short visit to Tampa St. Mrs. Dan Murphy and daughter, of : : FOR THAT OLD STUFF. ,.
Petersburg and Pass-a-Gnlle. He is Edgemont. N. D.. are guests of the DIRECTORS
glad 'to get back and says St Cloudis Bon Air House this wek. : COME SEE OUR NEW CUTLERY AND SPOONS i
much cooler than either Pass-a- Mr. Bernard C. Ansted was one ofa ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON
of motorists, from Kissimmee SCISSORS TOO. WE'VE COT THE VERY THINGS
;Grille, St. Petersburg or Tampa. party ; I
'p Mrs. Corbett and daughter, Mrs who visited St. Cloud Saturday. YOU (NEED: WE CUT OUR PRICES DOWN LOW' ,
Vender and brother, Albert, and Mr. Comrade Cult is very ill at his
and Mrs. Vreeland, of Wisconsin avenue home, west of Columbia avenue. L"C WHEN:WE FIRST PUT PRICES ON OUR GOODS., .,

.: enjoyed a pleasant afternoon on Mrs. M. E. Turk, who has been visiting COME IN ; YOU'LL' CO OUT PLEASED WITH : .

,' home Sunday on at the Mr.lake and front.Mrs. Sylvester's gone P. Stemwandel her home in in Bradford St. Cloud, ,Pa has, "!: :! ::::::::::1QiC'!::::::: ;;:;:,: ':'' WHAT YOU BUY. :

. Mrs. C. B. Ryan returns next Sun- leaving last Friday. .
day from a three months' visit in Mrs. Marion Jones left Wednesday *
Louisville, Ky. Mr..Ryan has rented morning for Jacksonville and will sail &
,the new Shambow cottage on New on Thursday from Savannah, Ga., to W. B. Makinson Co. Phone 123 :, '

York avenue and they intend to make Boston, Mass., where she will spnd
,.St. Cloud their permanent home. some ti me wi'th f r i e n d a .n d n 1 aI ti "D.I .00 et 0.0 o t 0.0 .0 .0..0. t. to . .00'- t.o. . t. '
" Thursday evening we were surprisedr I Mrs. C. S. Jacques, who has been Week End Rates to p
p to see Mrs. O'Bryan off the train ', the guest for the past week of Mrs. Vi
!here. It waa only three weeks ago Lydia Mosher, at St. Petersburg, returned $2.65 CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO'iSTOP! !. ?:
.that she left for North Dakota. She to her home in St. Cloud Mon- TAMPAAnd : :! ,
got home-sick and returned immedi- day evening.

tly. A pretty good trip for one of Mr. Leo Long, wife and son,. Oscar SICK'AND '}

er The age-Ladies nearly Improvement 80. Club is I Long arrived last Thursday evening ReturnVia MAKES YOU SALIVATES
from Sandusky, Ohio,. and expect to .
selling ice cream on the veranda of
the St. Cloud hotel Saturday locate here. - ..'. 1"Dodsoo's
*. every -
I W. G. King left on Saturday last ''"
afternoon. They are doing all theycan for to St. Here's ray guarantee -Go to any drnffc : a R
a trip Tampa, Petersburg Liver Tool" Is Harmless To "
> to raise for the new library ,
money .tore and cent bottle of Dod-
and Manatee, returning Monday evening Atlantic Coast Line gH a ,60
building, so when you buy from Clean Your Sluggish! Urn son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful) and:

them yon are .contributing to a worthy Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, who If i it doesn't straighten you right' 'up. ,
enterprise. toil Bowels. and make you feel nne.aad.igorCIUS, Iwant
have been for weeks in
'w.. In a letter to Comrade H. Blanch ,returned to St.some Cloud Tampa, ,.you;to>.go-'..back: to the store and
I'd. written from Alexandria, Minn.,' ing. Saturday even- STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH tfghl Calomel make yon .sick. It's get your' money Dodson's Uver Tone, xk .
r. John ,A. Anderson says he has horrible! Take. deae of the dangerous r..* destroying- tM sale of calomel because
suffered one mishap after another drug tonightluHl tomorrow votrinay lose it Is real liver roodtefnej entirely .' '1
sine*. leaving this city early In the A California genius ha rigged upa Tickets Sold for AH Train Saturday and a day's workCalomel : : table,' therefore a/ cannot, salivate. or s
with and '
cummer, and now has a severe cold, motorcycle a battery a motor Forenoon Train Sunday 1*, mercury or avicJr>itveewhich make you sick. *", ..., .
t II''on. the mend. Mr. Anderson so that he dispenses with the use eau_'. Beeroeis. : of ,the' bom*. J guarantee Ud one.pdonful of.Douace's .,"n
return to St.. Cloud during .the of gasoline. Calomel, .when it eomee Into,contact Liref-To will I'ut.--r alnogialiver
latter part'ol August; when he says The'New York'clearing house handles Limited to'.. cb'i' .nalltartiDi, point: by midnight Tuesday with-aeor bile cranbee Into It, breaking :'to work aa4'.clam yoar bowete of' :' .

>'I. 'trouble"will be overt.. _, $300 JOOOOOO a day, which i* more ." -a it up..;;,Tble is when you fed, that awfulansea. that soar bile ad eosstipatd"weds"p ,
: Blame' than half of all the J bank clearings In G I '11': ' and II amk-' ,
sluggialx which o.
;\; cramping. : you are is clogging aaaIn.yowleelll5lsrral.le.
'JL M. PancoasVE.iJ.>; andr. ... ,, < .. Eavoriie.... Excwio to s' 'J> Iguarsatssthat '
fh. United Stated 'f ? "all kaoeked ,if .' : i;
: sad out
> .t} tf ; your .
Mrs. .
and F L. Bachelder all from
r. : ; "dryw ST. PETERSBURG .- r U.y FORTSPASS-A. GRILLE -. livarftstorpldand bowels eonatipatwl .", Gf .' '' ......To.e-twIS.
to Petersburg FIa:, and traveling- ,Maryland i*fast becomlng. ,, .. .,. ; & IIot&Ie 1 ,
into-i state arrived Sun- state but .ix counties:out ; of 'tLetwenty.three . . < f. or you. ha.. b. 4eeh. disslaeas, eoatedtongttv keep your _Ur*.family feeling vas ion
through .
the '" ; : < U breath I* bad or stomach. soar, moataa Give U to row eIt1.... : I'JaamleMt .
are now "wet;. . :;; ,; For information;;.. lee your.Ticket Agent. _.
jr at Nareooisee to stajr few day* ; .. *}*, : ,
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S. Josi try a poMafnl doe 1 gripe '4 t !
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tit their, friend; Lieut.' 1.' Entri- '.Vassar college ins a .. for ,

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:KISSIMMEECIVEN Proceedings :of r, the, Gordon K. H. JLudlam McKee,' aurv rodnmn1 ylna.;-2'a.n4 "J.OI STATESBORO'MINISTER cracker.crumb* absorb the ere.....
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blue printIng for ci.' ?...:! isi _'
,. ", Yellow. Pine Cum bar Co.-': 100. ,' REAl ;Plac*'oatmeal on back of stove In 1
to Co. ,,!O / GETS- HELP water. Let .
CotyGomffllssioners & Gulf tt. K.. supplies double boiler with boiling
to road tang -_:.._..?*., IT...I I ....:..I....::..'' 'of" I.i j simmer all day. Mext morning{ flftem, !'\'.
1' Xi :FOR ornGINATINcCENTML ,. New Eden Plantallon.ruJ' to i1eY:. /: PoWn .Tells\ Hew Bi Found minutes brisk boilinir on an 011 tov. "
road gang -.-.--_.-.-.._.____- tf.OI Wew- Give ,
Strength to
t.His .
I}. C. Stanford Co.. cup. to road sufficient Ten minute*
'Klaslmm, Fla., July 5. Itll. gang "_._____ .. -12.55' -. Labor, meal U Mired add a teacup .
The Board of County Commissioner ,V. & C. Oro. co.,"muiV*..3TJ SQ 8. :ReYJ JT. Powell or. Statesboro, Ga. beforeaoat\ .
In and fur Osceola. County met at 10 W. B. Maklnson Co.. supplUl 111 I.el18. .
suffered from
.FLORID HIGHWAY ROUTE .-. m. on th above data a full, Board b,. to road gang __-___.__.jW. .: 1.10 stomach' troubles so seriously ---' ""' 1 :
Ing present, it being- a legal holiday: A C. uro. Co. supplies to that they affected his work It i. aaid that the best ,
until IV a. m. Julj'lh road 941,8ft lie struggled
t It board adjournd gang on under the handicapaa a '
8. 10111. Karl Lanler r.rnovgij, bet he bananas, which are now 80 common: '
Board of County Commlsslonori from Co. road __.._ _____ 1.6( could-hardly realizing, diet, it .to crush them with a fork, \
met at 10 a. In. July 6th 1816. there be- 1'nlnre. I>rii ( 8tor hid rd vans; 1.25' perhaps, just how much bU sicknesswas them and ",
$ Orlando Sentinel Tribute to Board of Trade IIIK present K. U Lesley, chairman; R. "Tllay Cu., lumber ._?__ GII.81 hurting him. queze a lime or lemon over '
Pays V l-anler.\ A. F. Uiiss. Young/ TlndalL. U U. Knrmer. ivint pd. fnht.! Co. 118.41 One 'day he learned of Maarr's sprinkle them with sifted sugar; \
r \'. F Wajker COflfltCsinera, ; Jnu. oI'wUili (.h..... BIIBH, meat to road BanKMobt. 1.tO Won- I often eaten this way liy the V '
Here For Calling Meeting at Which the Organ attorney, and J. 1. (Jverstreetclerk ltdiis. tiiulo fed Co. ____ 6.0( derful Remedy. He took the first dose They are
and auditor Marh MFOM t ania to Co. 6.0 -then decided to take the full treat tropics and found to be delicious.; -TJlw, ,
ization Had Its Birth and From Which the Th. "minute of the last regular lOath llros (cams & oil to Co. SI.71\ ment. He wrote '
inetlnK, weie rend nn To I7 11. Rivera I : H I eprt-HentHllve i ollln II P. Htanfoi.l Co I l.lnnlieta to "Since miner the"six bottles. of your win "Ii-
Which Are Now Sure '
inthe store
Plans Grew Kill Mi-tal\ I', oducis (Co of Jacknl J.,-. ... -- .. .n... wonderful remedyIfeefli; c-; ant'therman. I er is a novelty seen '
",<. lil-> mipeand licfuns tinliuurd. ,..\d 3 MIM.lil HUBS blood hound to Co 26.01 It has been dow. It has a band of white around 1\\
quite wonder tome
I Be a Success .,'ol"'d I In ".11 tin) in a cm loud ol 1. II Ingrain money pd. for a the crown and a bunch of tiny flow-: .
tiR tt i.iaifiUI I lo be .paid lor as \\itt In.-1,1.-ndil for ('0. .__. ___ __ 429: to know how one could have a .
tie il I. wlieiiMipon' I Ilio board agreed I.. I' K Tin-usher payt. on new stomach disease like mine and live era in the front.
im.HiHli or mild material .is they nilxlilnii'il CI IliiUHe. oof ___ ___ _ __ 600.01 and do the work -'
I did. I
That the of delegate. held : counties through which the highway to I"paid. lot u. I'..'' roin|""'> I' \ S Cllliert.;\ an.i'.10 Lnsey Co. just escapedthe
. .
1"II"a. 'patiix-r' - -' -- Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
in KisBirnme on May 8th. at which runs. THe traveling public touring A .jiiinhtl... consistingof. MeSHIMJn'o Min IniKSaunders. care ofLoHev. "Now I can eat what I please asd
comparatively a small number was through! the mont representative and M I...... II t' Stanford.. J W. I PrentlH Co pauper ____ .___ 16fi( it doesn't hurt Your drncfUt will refund mosey If PAZO
JJ beautiful of Florida will be Samuel Hranier. BM representative. !. Hi-t Arnold. "acl work __n__ 1 6K < me night or day. OINTMENT alls to cure say csa. of Jtdal....
present resulted in the the movement portion 01 tII. Una id ol Trade of KlHslrnnieeui.i .. I.. Lesley. R it. fare of Co. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy !gives Blind Bleeding Pnrtrudtoa;fit*.In 6\0"day*.
1 ,; which has spread like wildfire until a able to see the possibilities! of this Kt Cloud came before the board pauper, -- --_ -. -n-_ 1.21 permanent results for stomach liver yes application gives! Has. ..d --. 300.CIIBSOFIIIIJJIEIII.
.\ great Central Florida Highway is assured state as regards the culture of the mill a.k,-d them to retain Mr. II. K. KvRriK T M Murphv nmt pd. for stationery and intestinal ailments. Fat much
of the Orlando soil and the climatic conditions conducive as Kami 1 icmonslratlon Agent ill for office u.u_ ____ 180 as
is the statement -
) : A. the I and whatever like. No
( mceola County. Mr. r Spencer W I Hiirber, com 1915 nsst .- 700.0 you more dfs.
; : Sentinel in an editorial praisingthe to health, wealth and happiness slat". agent also) appeared In behalf\ oMi I p Than. public road rightof tress after eating pressure of gas in -

Central Florida Highway assoc The action of the directors at I';\ un..- was---------------- 26.Ot the atomach and around the heat. Get
I Mi .i \V Preiitla. representing the II & \\'. H lirew Co supplies
ation. Tampa in selecting and endorsing the Citrus KxrhaiiKe "f '''''''01.. co"1n'came > to ('0 officers __ -- __ _ - __ 1801Kla one bottle of your druggist now and ,
; I This meeting was conceived by the northern route of the highway is before the boaid. ana aakc l ..... Met Culv Co.. sillvert material try it on an absolute guaranteeIfnot

Kissiminee Board of Trade and called gratifying. The route will pass west I. hlluw said Kvcliiin.-3: to h.lliUle. thefluil .. to ('0--------------- 210.16J satisfactory will be
fniii I H "t <.1.! hire money re-
fioin the poor C 1.lining state treas
President H. C. Stanford and Secretary !!
by from Gainesville thence LaFayette .
through on noti n of A. V .'.\10. a. "" .d..1 byi of state convicts u.oo.u %66.33.J turned.
l J. W. Prentis. The tribute and to 'IJ.. U *s ns apr.. edfie
county Taylor county : \ Uai.ler.nnd! M. : :i 1. l iverntreet. reed st k rept.
paid by. the Sentinel is one which Perry and Madison county to I. I Hoard:: that I I. Kxon.irme, libniHe' & HtntnpH 6 mo - _. ___ .___ 50.00
should Kissimmee people to through aatI 1 frull. State( Hank of Kiss., loan to ooooo OOOOOO _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ease
AS cause Tallahassee. This route is singularly M r. Samuel lliamer came before the road fund! 1ROO.OO
take pride in the fact thut the wholo beautiful and the men from that sec board I mid I Imiulred I I If am thing I definite Stall* Hnnk of- -Kiss.- - -Int.- -on 8 COOKING HINTS ... 2lit

movement was given its start in this tion of the state, particularly Perry, imd. .been done, or. HUH Ix-lnic done. locomlilete li.iin for r mos __ _ 6000I'uicl C., r
.. _ TIlT l >ixle Hlghwitv route ordered cancell- '0
r u '\lIII'"t. were
.fr *' "' ...l.. who battled for recognition at the. wlieieilpon he WHS ndvlsed bv Mr 11 I. 1 from thearlonn funds as followsheneinl Insurance that Insures;
: The Orlando Sentinel says: Orlando meeting are to be congratulated .K.irniel that the loud KHIIK wan nown4woi \: l.M-liue __ d_ _1169flf.llHorn
-b The Central Florida Highway Association I upon their energy in securing l IT on B.ild. .joiitiMr ./. : 'Kiind hnuu 961916Fin. A spoonful of water added to anegg
which organized at Kia- .1 \\' Frlpp' came ,i.-r rIITIT 'V 'Forfi-llure __u.u __ 894 -H : before beating it makes i i. more
was pledges for better roads.) l.>.i.itd! I mill InslKtid" Ihitt Ui.-\ til.iln. MiII %I The Tri-.iMiirei'H leport showed the Protection that Protects
simmee in May and put upon n sound Briefly the small group of men at ) I K: Kxans,' HM fm in it., "'''''HIII.II I Ion full.iw. IIIK 1 biiliiiii-ea, on hand July 1st. frothy.A
and permanent basis at Orlando June HK nl, "f < >...-.-..1.' "nnlMl > 1 1'Jr., I
the KisKimmee meeting will go downin t \V \\' l'l tTi I lk TI|ITIT'Tl t tI b.fl.lemade n.! nil \I."'. iiue SJ40 22llond
m - u
10, has made such rapid strides that history as the men leeponsible for .111(1, . iippllriillon. for I InpoHllloii' Knnd, - -_ -- .5fil! little flour spread over the top of
., its growth is phenomenal. Never the impetus for !better roads throughout if i-ountv KHI114-:' \IIMI-II|. ut, i INIola Vine ft Folfilluie . _. __ u 1609) .14 cakes before they are iced will pre-
before in the history of Florida has ('1111"1 St.h..IF\1I1I1! _H' _. :3"4Pr t vent the from
4 Central Florida. As result of icing running off.
_ _ a motion of A K H.IMBsei ')ondedl "
l ''"ii I I
made such remarkable : : - "S"
I any organization the Kissimmee meeting a sufficient l \\' KVnlkir.: andiiirleil.; the I fliikWIIH S's'n'N.1'' :; - - -- : !
progress as has this association. Instrueted In have f..thus Institlled SSI I II N" 2 27327 DAKIN AVENUE
number of delegates went to Chat- : uuH To make boiled
So far reaching" will be the benefits III th- oi-uil I outni.Itls S S 1"No 3 l .. _ __ - 96800 potatoes white let
I from this association that Central tanooga, pleaded their cause before Senli-d, 1 on brlrk loads were S S 11' No. 4 - u._ _ _ .u" _ S025 60S them lie ( pared ) in cold water for KISSIMMEE .
I board. Iut r. Copelaiid.repreHentutlve _ _ K<1 4B FLORIDA
the Dixie Highway Commission and ooen.-il I In open S l II No B two or three hours
t r Florida is destined to be transformed secured recognition because of the interest : of the Alabama I'avlnit. S S 1) No 6 _ H- _ _. _ _ 23069 beforeboiling.Bread .
in the next few years.When fit and Mr Mrt&. representative' of
.- shown, and a concession was the So. 1'avlliK I Countruetlon ('0. belnn Total _ -__.__llTS9 0 crumbs
the association assembled atKlllimm. granted specifying that consideration present eai-h appealing In the Interest Tax.u.dP Collector's report of licen I should alwrys be used '

7/ .. to fight for recognition would be western branch of of his company. R.rhh; d $.,.76 General License collected ___ ___ .
given a until 2.00 n -
board took a recess collectedMr. L
Commission Th. and I1O 00 Auto
from the Dixie

3? 4.. doubt existed in the Highway minds of the most the The Dixie subsequent Highway meeting through at Florida.Orlando P'T":,'.. board met at ::00 p. mall officers presented. R H a description county surveyor of the *. -..+--.+--I -

t I whether belnif present.The road.
optimistic aa to pledges Klsslmmee-Orlando >
.. endorsed a route; every foot of this matter of accepting bid. on Monthly report of Mr B 1';. Kvars. < '
could be secured from the various
I route has ben pledged; the Central brick roads was taken. up. and upon F 1). Agent was read In open boardvand counties of Central Florida for the motion of Young Tindall seconded bv filed. <
Florida Association is .
full completion of a great interior Highwoy on a W K. Walker and carried all bids The board adjourned until 10 a. m. Ai
permanent basis; 300 members are relec-ted.. and the clerk Instructedto >
were 7th. 1916.
3 At Orlando month later July
higway. a enlisted; this number will\ be doubled re-advertise for bids to be receivedat The. board met at 10 ,t. m. July 7th. < Commencing August 2nd and Contiuning
; the indomitable spirit of hundreds of the next regular m..Unof the 1915. all officers being present.W .
: highway boosters flashed and flamed before the next meeting at Lakeland; board both bids received and the certified I. Barber tax assensor., presentedhis to August 31t We Will Offer For Sale ?
and it stated positively that and more than $3,000,000 of good checks accompanying same were tax roll for 1915. for equallxatlon ,, ,
t? ;. anew was road. will be constructed in Florida returned to the agents of the companies Mr. Q B. Lawson appeared before the '
5000 Roll of Wall
> the** pledges could be and would bet making bids.Tha hoard and stated that the valuation of Paper 1 to 5c. -.
\ cured within ninety days. At Tampa during the next year. board Instructed the clerk. to I his real estate was too high and asked '
Wednesday the board of director of The work has only started. After draw the following warrants them to lower It. whereupon the board Per Roll. Even Though You Do Not Intend -

the association assembled to further the route is completed from Tallahassee Ted Tlson.C.for K. Thrasher right-of-way part publiCroad payment assured Mr. Lawson that they would
.t ; consider his request while In session. to Do Your Papering Now This Will
4 k.i discuss, and if possible to close all to Miami, the lateral and connecting on court house roof, 9&OO.OU wI. Hon. Arthur E. Donegan appearedbefore ,
roads must be the barber part payment on commissions the hoard In the. Interest of the8em. Be the Time I
.' doubt that might exist a* to, the improved; 1D16 assessment. 170000; Rtate Land Co.. and presented a list' of to Buy Your Paper. We ,
\, pledges for the route.DurinI' highways must be beautified. The Hank of Kissimmee loan to road fund certain lots that the Co. consideredtoo
the meeting previous various committees appointed must $160000) and for Interest OQ loan lor high and asked the board to consider Cordially Invite You to Call and Inspect
4. every formulate six months. 16000 ; and also warrant and If consistent to
the matter
and for
doubt that existed as to the pledges get together plans for one-half of the bill for care of MrThe make the reduction requested.The . Our Stock.Orlando .
( Wall dispelled by the announcement tours of pleasure and inspection map Lose y. board took a recess until I -00
'Vr ifjv the highway and place full Informa- board Instructed Mr. Cadel to m.
by telephone that the bridge across p.
meet with the City CoUncil and take board met at I 'flO ,all officers -
tion in the hands of Northern The pm.
the Kisslmme river north of Lake up with them the matter of putting present except K. I... esley. Paint & Wall Paper Co.
k Okeechobee would be constructed who Intend to motor to the most public road through at the head of the chairman ; upon motion of R. V. banter
'. charming state in the Union. I ak... seconded by Young Tlndall., and carrl..d. -
w..tJ jointly by the Consolidated Land company Pbo.e 261 ORLANDO
H. before the FLORIDA 205 S. Orange Are. .
C. appeared Commissioner A. F. Bass waselected .
\ and the Southern Land Com Florida is now encompassed by two 100':::. and .. : .:'dkt there. seemed to to act as chairman ; Mr. Bass

pan,.. This was a positive guarantee branches of the Dixie Highway; the be -unequal I assessment of nJh"aa'kJ took the chair and called the board toThe -.
; and removed the last hindrance or east branch from Tallahassee to MI- estate In his I settlement ord..r.
them to look Into It and sea that It board again took the work of
p v. objective phase to the great repre.entatlve ami, via Jacksonville; and the west was adjustedwhereupon: t h"bO Informed equalization and after having considered
'western branch of the Dixie route from Tallahassee to Miami, via Mr. Funk that matterwould all complaints, and compared thethe

Highway penetrating the very heart Gainesville Ocala, Orlando, Kissim- be taken made.A up and the proper adjustments roll valuation.agreed to leave throughout all valuations the tax...

,," of tropical Florida. mee, Bartow, Arcadia, Palm Beach petition asking that a bridge. be fixed by the Tax Assessor. Summer Excursion Rates

l II not this a notable achievement: and Miami.In built across the Kissimmee river opposite The Clerk having filed with the
ft the W. 8. Pearce place at BassenlKer of
> itemized estimate revenues
_ .1' for an organisation of l... than three the not far distant future a tour was read In open board also petition boara from an the various funds reasonably -

month existence The pledging of of both branches starting at Orlando, asking -that the landing as It to be expected other than from $31.50 $33.00 $37.75 $4150
these hundred of mile of continuing souththen east to Miami now 14 be not changed: upon motion taxes for the fiscal year IMS and IMS.
improved ,
of R. V. LanIer. seconded by Young and the equalization of the. tax roll being LouisTilU Cincinnati SLLouu Chicago
g highway 'from, Tallahassee to Miami north from Miami to Jacksonville, to Tlndall, and carried.I It was agreed by complete the hpard proceeded to .
I* an immense victory for the Central Tallahassee, and back to Orlando, the board not to make any change >n make an estimate of the necessary and aM retwii aM ...... sod Th and _

. Florida Highway, Association. The continually picking up highway boost. said crossing- secondedby ordinary expenses. and expenditure.contemplated .. Low rates to all other resorts Great Ia_ C-iM-d-s Rocky Moontaiaa Ye. .toM, _
Upon motion of A. P. Baas, for the 1916
. completion, of 'this beautiful interior ers, is suggested by the Sentinel the w. P. Walker and unanimously and; 1916. as per Beet. ftlcat" Chapter Salt CalifataJa Expositions. etc. For iaformation address
p \ carrier the board agreed to pay Mr. 15. H. C. BRETNET: Fluids fmsan* A..a.,LaasaviBa n i NaahvOU aifrsa1, .
route through fair Florida mean enhanced climax of the tour beitg 'marked bya 6814 Arts of 1* .
Kvans, the farm demonstration agent' Mr. C. P. Tlson and Marlon Carson 1J4 Weal Bar Sto valuation of in all morteter celebration
property Orlando.. 76.00 per month, he to pay his travelIng appeared before the board and mane

-. expenses. application for the position of countygame
Honda of the. county officers were warden ; the board after having ----. _AI - --- -- -
examined by the board. and found satisfactory. considered the applications made for -
l FLORIDA'S PROGRESS 'said position upon motion of Rj V. Lanier .
_ That Florida is fast assuming her Notary bond of Pat .:Johnston withAmerlc..n ;seconded bv W P. Walker, and -1I
of New
., place as one of the great agricultural HOUSEHOLD HINTS 8 York. as surety Surety was company examined\ and apSroved carried warden appointed for the Marlon county B. Carson at a salary as-

.,J states of the Union is shown in the also bond of P. H. Menley as game of $500 year.
annual report' of the state commissioner 40..0 O. O ootIn of the Peace District No 0. Upon: motion per of YoungTlndall.. seconded I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee I I

,l.. agriculture. These with J 8. Underhill and C. R. Alderman. hv W K Walker and carried J.:
,. r, figures cleaning knit woolen goods see Rti sureties K Johnsonwas appointed county engineer -
*p state that almost $84,000,000 worth oft that then The following coat bills were examined to Jie paid >5 00 per day for ev-.
they are perfectly dry take
; and approved, and ordered
\ forth day actually employed.
products brought from the erv
,i were flour enough to cover them well, rub paid State of Florida I vs C hatchState ; There being no further business before
soil of the state and the money put in them through the hands aa you would vs H. Young; Sheriff's feed bill the board to be disposed of motionfor
the pockets of Florida farmers. of lirlsoners. made and duly
adjournment was FURNITUREWE ?
with water shake the flour from 4
j Here are some of the things outside The following bills were examined seconded. and board adjourned to meet
and ordered paid
them and if unt.ilclean approved : 2nd. 1915
necessary, repeat again August
4 : of cotton and citrus fruits, whic'imade clean K I. Ijesley commr. __ __u _ $ 400 K. LESLEY.. Chairman. ,
: up Florida's farm products using flour each time. R. V. anler & mileageA _ 5.00 Tttest : .
F. llass. comr. & mlleage-- 8 00 tTREET. Clerk.
valuation of $84,000.000; last : J. L. OVERt
year & mll'KeW. 13 OO
Young Tlndall. comr.
Six million bushels of corn, worth Never wash cups, plates, spoons and F. Walker comr. & mileage 20.00

five and a half million dollars; oats, knives that have ben used in the sick J. K. Ba.... Janitor nun__ 60 00 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION

,:: ::" 860,000 bushels, worth 1256,000; sweet room Infectious with diseases those used by scarlet the family. John I U. H. Davis Ingram supt car poor Jail farm._n___. 60 12 00 60 Department of the I. erl.r. IT. H. LeeS HAVE IT !

_ ; potatoes, 2,776,000 bushels, valued at as fever T. M. Murphy Judge. Co. Ct. -. 26 00 office at U ln .STlllrn Florida. Jely
'a more than $2,000.000)) rice, 21,000 bushels etc., have been known to spread that T. M. Murphy. Judge Juv. Ct.__ 12 60 :24.: 0515.Notice .
way. Do not eat in the sick J. 1... Overstreet elk & audtr. BOO(
rom, or
t' ; sugar cane syrup, one t tam MontsNloca. m'ntenance__ 6 00 la hereby given that ByronA.
_;J'' and a third gallons field peas, a million partake of anything that has stood Frank Kvuns. maintenance___ 8 00 I'atten. of Uounhman. Florida whoon _
k or dollars; peanuts nearly $2,000.- there. Miss Ada ewls, maintenance 500J. March SO. 1914. made Homestead
1000 No. 012666, for Northwest Quar
-f- B. Owen maintenance Kntry.
,t 000; tobacco, 000,000; wool. spring nu__ ; 2& Bouth.Ranire In with
i Mrs I> acey Johns malnt. 6.00 ter. Section 2, Township connection our Hardware line we carry a complete
1! clip $52,171 i velvet beans and velvet To clean the ivory handles of 1... R. Farmer captain guards 100 00 27 East. Tallahassee. Meridian
bean hay, 9900,000; onions $102,000; knives mix equal parts of ammonia U. W. Ashton. supt. grad. roads 76 "0 has tiled notice of Intention to makeThreeyear line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting home, and
establish claim to
; 0 lettuce, $603,000 ', $904,000; andolive oil, and add to this enough Chas.Elmer Thurman.Tlson. wit.wit.Pros.Pros.Atty Atty_ '2 101'60 the land above Proof described to before Clerkof .handle reliable

.i green pepper, $$581,000; Irish potatoes, prepared chalk to make a paste. H. Montsdoca wit. Pros., Atty 2 50 Circuit Court at Klsslmriiee FlorIda -

;;. ;2.343,242i: cabbage, $476,000; tomatoes Withthis rub the ivory, and let it dry drover Tlndall. wit. Pros Atty 2 50 on the Sth day of September 1915.
I.,. H Ingram cost Ins. caseleo. 4,7\1 Claimant names as witnesses:
$5.246,2211; squashes $61,000; before brushing off. Several applications < M. Dunne ex. Ins. ('oa..u 206 Richard iauntn. of I..ou/hman.: Fla. Bed Room Furniture Dining

_ \ eggplant $217,000; cucumbers $416- of the paste may be necesary. H. H GeIger, ex. In. case _n 2 00 Henry W Htark of Loughman. Flor- ,
000 watermelons $513,000 cantaloupes T. ,V. Ellis Ins. case. ___u_ ,_ 100 Ida Room
; ; Suits Kitchen
Y' Outfits
"f T. M. Murphy coat Ins. case__ 2.00 Harley J. Rhodes, of I.ouffhmnn.Florida. Parlor -
$221 000; English peas $33,000; thoroughly and rain by the simple T. M Murphy. R Young..... 1 03 .

> abets, $37,000; green beans !?!=1,428- expedient of bending a piece of wire L.. If. Ingram. }{. Young case -_ 11 60 <"ii lien F. Pace of Lougrhman.. .Fla- Suits Odd Chairs
.. __ 81 03 82-Bt ROBERT W. DAVIS Reglater.FOH Rockers
i' 000 limes $98,000 lemons $55,000 R 1 I-upfer ( 0. Trea com.
in horseshoe
: ; ; ; shapo with a loop at each C'. I. nandy Tax Col. __ ____ 26.74
W I .' avocadoes, (alligator pears), $60.000; end and fastening it to q board above Kiss. Valley Gas. legal n ptg.__ 76.40 NOTICE Couches Etc.
_, : pineapples, $600,000; bananas, $89 the sink. Set a large screw hook be- 1.. H. Ingram feed prisoners.. 41.00

-Ah 000; mangoes, $49,800; guavAs, $59- low and place the bottle through the L Kiss, H. Tl-Ingram. Co. phone cost Ct.C. Hackettcase house. 6.00 .partas..t of ike I.t.......... V. 8. Lead

v ,. OOO cocoanuts $82,108; pecans, 8118- ring, supporting it on the hook. It __n-___ nu ____ 1.88 <>r.r.> .t. U..II. Klertda. ".111'
r ,,A787t strawberries, $52 ,759; pears will drain perfectly. J.: L. rel fee pd.convicts 94, 3515.Notice _
_ _ ___ __ ___ 28.00 ThhSdorsIlMaIdsgarecerdforftselfistIi.ieaft.f
Vf$143.000 peaches $167,500 plums u
+ ; ; Hackett I. h..rebyIven. that Harley:
'. $24,6OOi grapes $29,000; grape wine, : Cooked meat simmered I. M. Murphy coat C. 2.41 :3. Rhode.. of ouirhman. Florida who. keJpiaf. people te outfit home Co..d.... Our prices an
: a good ------- ---
_ _ Hom..t..dEntrr'
November 191S made
.*47,000 ,ngs $42,500 honey $101- Chas. E.- MoCrory. rtrpt.r 31.87 on 111J *
ji ": ; ; ,
I curry sauce is quite digestible, and Tribune No. 012111, for Ntt of NB% SHI right.
Bt. Cloud printing nolle
OOOj beeswax. $8,332. 17 and BWli ofNW
Section ,
much NRi
t more tasty than cold meat. of equalisationKiss. 1.10
commissioner ---- ---
_ y 'i;Th. of agriculture's'report W H" P plant water S Ranere%, 17 Section Bast. tf.Tallahassee Township.... Meridian 14 South.
for-the rmentioned lights 1 41.11
: sums In mo. mo----------- has filed notice. of Intention to make
.' In a table the results of his inves- do not beat B. K. Brans farm demo agt ._ 11.60 ..
:% 'up the eggs more than u.t enough to ... W. Miller, rent of buggy B. Commutation Proof to b'lt; ::
:- ''"'"tfgations as follows: have them mix with )the milk then B. Bvana. F. D. Aart. ____..___ 10.00 to the land above deacribed Kis.immee.Iriorids TOOLS FOR ENGINEERSNo
; Clerk of Circuit Court at
191S-14 Total of Kills In front of
Year Acreage Crops. V. R. lights
: ; .
be the >th of September,
careful not to bake too on day
_ _ ,field crops, acres __________1,081,434 long.In Osceola court; Co.-.--one----mot;: _4.85 .

4. r .Vegetable and garden products road crew .... 8.00Osceola Claimant names aa witnesses: matter what kind ef an Engine Lavo--Caa; Steam
---- -- you
: 7 ;; acres ,..__..._____ 93,413 serving tea, if orange pekoe is Tel. Co., one riIr t 'ByrOn A. PalleD, of Lougrbman, Flor ,
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