Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 6, 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: VID00710
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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./ WfluldDoWorkCOMMISSIONERS SUCCESSFUL BIDDER Speakers Practically Agree That Connections With Dixie,'

OF $$15DOOITEM IN BOND ISSUE WORK WILL START AS SOON AS Highway North and South Should Be Made, That Streets . '',; ti

'. AGREE TO -- ORANGE COUNTY ROAD IS In Center of City Should Be Left To Property Owners ' r
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BUILD CITY'S PART OF ST. COMPLETED TO OSCEOLA LINE While Main Fight Centers on the Short Cut '
Believing that the voters shouldbe I in the plant cost approximately $25'000 ,- ,
CLOUD SHORT-CUT FILL AND in full possession of the facts in all{ of which has been paid from }; AND SIIOULD BE COMPLETED Across Head of Lake To St. Cloud t
BRIDGE EXACTLY AT COST regard to the $15,000 in bonds to retire the earnings of the plant, except this BY NOVEMBER. SAYS J. R. . .1
". WHICH IS NOT TO. EXCEED the outstanding indebtedness of amount. COPELAND. -_ '
.i4 $6,000. the city, the members of the city coun- Citizens Bank of Kissimmee, $4000 A mass meeting of citizens held at the Gravstene Casino last,aijat. developed '
cil at the session held Tuesday loan which used to retire
on was paving '
clearly defined idea as to the exact felling of the pnbnc .* the bad
requested publication of the certificate., etc. Within a few days work will begin
ii', (Showing a commendable spirit of debts to be paid and City Clerk Gil- Skinner Engine Company $1500 due upon the first brick road to be- built Issue die fate of which will be decided by ballot tomorrow ,
.co-operation the Board of County bert then furnished the items. on engine at Electric Light and Water by Osceola county. This is the road The meeting was called by the board .f trade and a Urge atteadaBC* ''
here Mon- The council has pledged itself that Plant. the limits of Kissimmee I*
Commissioners in session from city of interested was present. *, *'fl
,,. day passed a resolution endorsing the the bonds"if voted will be used only I General Electric Company, $1500 northward to meet the brick road persons ?
These fact stood oat in the addresses made by aO of the speaker practf* 1
a city's' plan to raise money by means for the specific purposes staled ,and due for articles bought by city for built to the county line by Orange ; '
.> of a bond issue to build the short-cut for that reason the members felt that plant. county. The contract for the build- tally all of those who spoke favored the bnildinf of the connection aorta sad, '

,' fill and bridge across the head of Lake the exact use of the $15,000 shouldbe For retiring bonds due this year, ing of this road was let at the meet- oath, and the voting of $15,000 to pay off indebtedness ..w..I... .

Tohopekaliga, as a part of a new and. stated. $2500. ing of the county commissioners held AU of the speakers were agreed that in. the matter of pavesneat l tm th.
As prepared by Clerk Gilbert and Balance on automobile fire truck, the Alabama
'r' ahorter route to St. Cloud. Monday to Paving com-
The commissioners went further sanctioned by the council the follow $1700. the same concern which is build- central! portion of the city, the property owner on the street affected.won, UM, ,.- ,+

than however, and included in ing are the items of indebtedness now I This makes a total of $15,200. ing the Orange county road, and which ones to decide. .. .t ?
.!:; the resolution that an offer to build the due, which must be paid by this bond With these debts taken care of, it laid the brick-paved streets in the The fight developed open the matter of the short-cat fill and bridge osi the #
issue, if voted. The council stated that I is believed by the council, so the member city of Kissimmee.The .
city's part of the fill and bridge with these debts have to be met and if the stated that they would be able proposed new road across the head of the lake toward St. a....
: the county convict road gang at; cost, I contract price is $28,000 for a It this that the divided. and .1akIa. '
u abject speaker
was a
which estimate will not be bonds do not carry, it will be neces- ,,1 not only to avoid an increase, but nine foot road with concrete curb and upon npo
they more to add to the in make Dumber of tilt resulted. w
sary millage assessingthe probably IL cut in the millage cement Besides this the lively
than $6,000.This grouting.
taxes this year to provide a fund :: for the present yeftr. specifications call for a four foot The meeting was opened by IL C. i
i the commissionersagree -
to do in the county event that the bond for paying them off. I I These debts, or the'fnajority of them stretch of marl on each side of the Stanford, who stated that the .gather-, '1M
issue for this those to be The item are: are now drawing; eight per cent interest curbing to be placed so as to hold the B. F. Walker; Narcoossee, Wash Ti- ing was called as a result of a former % '
item election among is State Bank of Kissimmee $.,000''1 whereas the bonds, if voted to road in shape and to give opportunity session held at the city council chanv:
voted the
1 on at the voters. tomorrow, outstanding script is'ped to make improvements I I I take up this indebtedness would draw for vehicles to easily pass without. Bon.The board approved the notorial ber last Friday/night by the board of
approved in the city electric light '|'' but 6 per cents another considerable. going into soft ground.J. bonds of Fred B. Kenney and W. S. trade. He introduced Judge J. ',W.
The county commissioners can and water plant. The: improvements saving to the city. R. Copeland, who is head of the Massenberg the bond of Henry Mene-, Lilly as the first speaker of the oven- v .
do this work for the '
easily afford to i
.. ley, justice of the and Marion in& T
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afford Alabama Paving company, was the peace k
w city at cost and could
Carson as warden. 'Judge Lilly declared that a city'is + ,
city this week and stated that just as game
to lose money on the job and still be I The board decided that in the future just like and w
I soon as the necessary papers are a man that opportunity ,
ahead of the game as the them new between road BOARD OF TRADE ENDORSES signed up he will be ready to begin appeals for help from needy persons knocks once in a life time., Now,' he l ',
to St. Cloud would save
in ill health must be KIaalmmee'a'opPOrtun a' ,
.' of brick work. The Orange county road is now. accompanied by thought was .
mile and miles
two paving
almost completed and in fact it is a certificate from the county physician : ity. lie said that the council had aetI' j
'i r'' 'hen this road is hard surfaced, as it ported that the road will be thrown I } Dr. Chunn, of St. Cloud. i ed wi.ell in leaving the matter, of
':. .be as soon as the funds are avail- The matter of in the ditch to be ,mad. *
filling improvements .
n to the public at the county line i
'1 'the.tliie.proadure.board having already agreedto CITY BOND ISSUE MOVEMENT oil Sunday This means that the work alone Vernon avenue in 'front of'-the: to the voter He then spoke'jn favorof .
i on the Osoeola county road will be court house from Emmett street to- the connecting street north and c
f 'I" "It is expected that the county's offer I begun in earnest within the next few Bryan street, the city agreeing to do south the short-cut, fill and bridge: ,' '
w! "to do this work at Such a low -- days. Mr. Copeland says that the the work if the county will furnish the stating that the other street he be
'.figure will result in a great many The Board of Trade at a meetingheld known in the discussion, all of the road should be completed by November , pipe., was referred to Clerk Overstreetwith lieved should be left to the people who'r
more'votes being cast for this proposition Friday night went on record as speakers stating that they were in favor and ready for traffic. the request that he report the lived thereon. If they want jth*> .Improvements -
.:' a* many citizens had estimated favoring a bond issue for public im- of bonds, although a majority of The bid of the Alabama cost of same at the next meeting. i 'Judge'Lilly. thought tho' !if4
'. that the work would cost anywhere provements. This action endorsing a them explained that they would not was the only submittedat Paving The budget for the county as prepared -: voter' should give thept- what, they. ,
j' from 17.000 to $10,000."CITY,000NCIL. bond issue was taken with the under vote for some of the items in the list company the meeting of the commissioners one by Clerk Overstreet was approved want. '; /".. " ' 'T
standing that the board was not fa- as prepared by the city council. on Monday although a number of, by the board. The Rer. {W: B.'With.rapoe.: :' who
voring all of the items of improve- One result of the meeting was the other paving concerns had asked for The board decided by unanimous was next called upon declared that he >
TAKES ments as listed for the approval of appointment of a committee tQ carryon specifications.The I vote to make application to the state didn't com loaded with a speech but
the voters it being expressly stated a campaign of education during the county, according to the termsof ; for twenty convicts for use during the that he was always ready and willing,;; {.
: that anyone who favored any of the week in favor of bonds. That committee the bid gets its brick paving next two years,' it being required that to do anything:for'the' good,of Kle.simmu -- =
) VER DOC mum Item. for bonding was in order in voting 'as named; consist of H. M. er than the city, as the cheaP-1 the applications of counties ? llf urged the short-cut fill
: for the motion. Breakers Roma 'thomas and W. B. yard i I. $1.44 a* against $1.67,' in by September 1st The convicts will and bridge a* advisable. Closing his
....The passage of this motion made by Harris. which square the city The extra cost not be .allotted; however, until Janu: remarks its satdt .. i'; '
x;j.J l STRUCTURE'BULT BY PROGRESSIVE w. B. Harris, of the Valley Gazette President H. C. Stanford of the assessed raid. county: which ary- lit next. .. "I am not privileged to vote in 'thi*

-it.i 4 T:- CLUB LEGALLY SIGNED followed an'evening of discussion in board of trade in opening the discussion brings the figure up to about 910.000 .J el.etlolI.l therefore suppose I should not,* .
: OVER TO CITY UPON PAYMENT regard to the proposed bond issue on bonds stated that the purposeof a mile is occasioned by the grading BUY CATTLE HERETO talk. But this much I can say and ,.t ,
which will be voted the
OF $112.12. on tomorrow. meeting was to get a representative of the roadway, the fixing of the marl tnsnMs that each of you.will exercise r
; OF There were probably several in the gathering of citizen. to discussthe the
roadway on each side and cement your right as an American citizen and <
OTHER BUSINESS. audience who were opposed to bonds, bonding question from every an- grouting of the bricks. vote as you think wise.1 ,, Remember 'f i
but they did not make their opposition (Continued on Page Three.) "
-- -. "This roadway, says Mr. Copeland that we have to do things to move for '.f\ .
'! connectd ------------------------------------------------------------------ -- - of the Alabama Paving company "willbe ward and if we do not move forward' ;! -
:; All rights and privileges the best in Florida according to we will go backward." '
't' ''; with the pavilion located on the the specifications and we mean to follow TWENTY-FIVE CARLOADS TO Judge G. F. Parker was next called:
l 'end of of the dock now The belong Progressive to TRUCK GROWERS DECIDE ON the specifications to the letter." LEAVE HERE NEXT WEEK FOR upon. He said in part: sit
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1\ : Club, which raised the fund for buildIng HOUSTON TO FIRM OF WINSTON -
:t'i'' this pavilion, signed over all its &: BUYERS u 4 -
_\"i'.I"'tt; 'rights in legal form at the meeting COMMISSIONERS HEAR HAVE BEEN HERE ALL WEEK.
..1, t of the city .council held on Tuesday i NEW PLAN AT FUTURE MEETS GUN CLUB TO HOlD"BEGINNER'S ;r

V night the city: agreeing to pay 112.12 MANY ROUTINE ITEMS
OJ+ A) In .debts against the club the larger Twenty-five carloads of. Osceola i '
.( :portion of which was due the May ----- J county cattle will be shipped next DAY"EVENTS .
Lumber and the Osceola Monday or Tuesday from Kissimmeeto . ,-
is company
Future meetings of the Osceola The association has invited C. H. !
*' Hardware for materials fur- DECISION REACHED TO ASK THE Houston, Texas, where they are
> company
Fruit and Truck Growers Association Baker, agricultural demonstrator for -
-1 4 :nlshed in building the pavilion. will be, devoted to some definite subject Orange county, to address them on STATE FOR TWENTY CONVICTSFOR consigned to Winston &: Blakeley.The WILL BE FOR THOSE r'; ::

iThe council had this matter placed this decision having been reached strawberries and it ia practically as- USE ON ROADS DURING cattle were bought during the WHO HAVE NEVER BEFORE }
1" ,before it several weeks ago but referred at the regular session: of the organization sured that he will be present. NEXT TWO YEARS IN ADDITION past week, between 800 and 1000 head SHOT AT CLAY PIGEONS AND t '
f it to City Attorney O'Bryan to held last Saturday.The This method of holding meetingswas from Rull Bass and other cattle men. '
'have the papers prepared in legal first meeting of this characterwill suggested by E. B. Morrey of TO COUNTY CONVICTS. C. C. Robinson and S. J. Winston PRIZES OFFERED BY DUPONT"POWDER "

'form. The decision to close the agreement be !held on Saturday! August 14th Orange Center who made the suggestion of Houston, Texas, were here this COMPANY .WILL, BE.
t." was reached Tuesday night and at 9:30 o'clock in the city council{ I in reply to a query of president S. Besides the important matters men- week arranging for the purchase of AWARDED r a
#!ti$ ,''the debts will be paid out of the Pub- chamber, and the topics to be discussed F. Fansler as to how the association tioned elsewhere, the county commissioners the cattle and'will remain to superintend i
t.i" ilicity Fund of the city, the council will be the Growing of Eggplants could get out a better attendance at at their session on Monday the shipment next week.A ,'
deciding that the dock was in the na- and the Proper' Manner in Which to its meetings. It was Mr. Marrey's considered a number of other more or number of have The Kissimmee Gun Club wiU' hold
.j ,;}Jinn of an advertisement of the city. Get Results frdm Strawberries.The idea to make the meetings more Interesting less important items. In the absenceof been made recently big from shipments Florida to a "beginners' day" on Thursday after' ,
(' :" *l' 'All members of the council were discussion of eggplant grow- and profitable to the members Chairman E. L. Lesley North who is i Texas all of which to that noon, August 19th at which events <-
f, present(V when the meeting began ex- ing will\ be in the hands of J. F. O'Bar-I and his suggestion was adopted. spending some time'in Carolina, even a great cattle goes raising prove state like will be for those who have never'shot ( Y
te' taleept JW> Thompson, who was ill. ry a successful eggplant producer.Mr. ''I At each future meeting a definite program where Mrs. Lesley and thechildren Texas finds it profitable to cattle at clay pigeons.Beginners' /
in detail the will be are located foi the summer, Commissioner i will be held aU ir
il' r: Mayor May, Clerk Gilbert. Marshal O'Berry will explain 1 made out for the succeeding from the prairie sectipns of this state. day over rra
_ |>.ri4. ifci ;,Overstreet and City; Attorney'O'Bryan planting, care and marketing of eggplants meeting so that the members will A. F. Bass was named to act I the United States this month by gun
K, .1. were also present. and will answer questions of I know just what the subject for disContinued as chairman.C. .. I clubs and bronze loving cup'will ; aspresented
The matter of the claim of Missouri the. growers. ( on page 3)) F. Thrasher who has the contract BAND CONCERT NEXT to one hundred clubs having; '
j,'d jfBronson- for"Injuries'received in a fallf' ""' for the new roof on the courthouse ] the largest attendance at these shoot ;
4 sidewalk' and who has about completed, by the Dupont Powder company.A ,
the along Broadway near .
on his work, appeared before the boar*<' WEDNESDAY EVENINGThe bronze watch fob will be present.. ; ,
'the .Stanford store brought
;,1.t*_' and was O'Bryan up HEAVY RAINS SWEEP STATE and made suggestions in regard to ed to the' man beginner making the i 't
,:, Attorney woes ventilators to the moisture best out of
I "\.1,, :that he did not thiak the city re- ; prevent score twenty-five target. .f ;;." ;
i .liable.,*:'.The matter was referred to from rusting the roof from the under Kissimmee Concert Band, under A sterling silver spoon will be proented ,
side it has been in the to the a4
as doing pastThe woman making the best i
r /.him. to take. up direct with Mrs. BronjsSareh.l the direction of J. D. Woodbeck,
commissioners ordered him out of
to score twenty-five target, AU
,PRAIRIE COUNTRY A LAKEThe will give its regular weekly concert in I.
V Overstreet filed Ms report place two ventilators as he suggested. women are invited to take part in the 'Ij.t
the band stand on Broadway on Wed-
Senator A. E. Donegan called atten- shoot and pigeon* will be furnished Flt '\ a
the Narcoossee road, which is flood- with the concert last Wednesday J. ., '
: heaviest rains in many years water WSMS- all over the new road recently ed in rainy weather by the water backing but weather permitting the
l CONVICTS. I lAT WORK ON fell over Florida during the past weekend built by the convict gang from up from the railroad grade. Captain concert will be given next Wednesday. ST. CLOUD TRUSTEED r {
considerable damage was causedin Whfttier to Bassenger and that the Farmer of the road gang and The program will be as follows:
CITY many sections. railroad tracks on the new line were Attorney Cadel, were appointed to March "; One Step '
RQ Q ;,NEARHE LocallT.there were heavy'rains almost under water for a distance of over take this matter up with the rallraod "Rose ot>{ the Mountain Trail": Polka MEET WITH THE BOARD .J
daily, but no- damage has been half a mile\ the water being high authorities and ask that a culvert be "Golden Robin"; Serenade, r'Enfan- .
: -, y 'Ciioatnii.R.Farmer: :; caused here. In the Kissimmee prai- enough at two points to drown out the placed under the railroad track to care tine"; Overture "Poet and Peasant"; ; \
t;' ,'JracnJiJ eight*convict from thetworkvI rie, however, the water has spread 'motor car on which he came up on for this overflow. One Step, "Chinatown My China- Trustee Garner Bleach and Jrar:1 .
.on U/t>e }Park-road Sunday to do until the whole prairie Is like one the rails. It is not known just how The boMmVas fortunate in the town"; Tenor Solo "Silver Threads grave, of the St. Cloud school :disn .;.f
:,5 ;jome necessary work' xw the roads vast lake, according 'to person*. who much damage tile' water'baa done to matter or, presents at this meeting. Among the- Gold" \,;. E. Gardner One trick met with the ; v' eiear;Kisshmmel''Mr: have been'down'to that section.!-r the road, but it i.believed that a great Uncle Everett Bass, the court housejanitor Step. ; by request (J.. Z. which was ;;in' session ontMond.y.-.';' 4 oY .:tj'
.' rfHYThe i" 'pnctlrlt.'fook." work.of County Commiuioner'Frank Walk' deal ,rof ,.the labor ,of Captain. 1R. brought the board a fine box R.).Waltz,v'Cecile"; Novelty Arrangement full report; of the martin vr being given { ,,'t.

"%:4 'fixing,th .ditch:south of the' city' on et"l'Who,came up*from Basseng*is Farmer and his gang, has been' lost' of Georgia peaches, which he said ..... , "Home.+_ "Sweet._ Home.. .."., elsewhere.; :: > .. *,. .' .t;..,...,
i< 'the Loughnutgilroadto'gty. relief toVUS. hi*'automobile*- was.forced to.return At St. ''Petersburg1 fifteen inches of 'grew on the old farm from which became /,- + 1 T"r. St.*Cloud"trustur 'meover, e .
\'. who.-petition for inch .on"Tuesday, by' boat, after the,heavy rain fell in:twelve f hours-a record. to Florida; Attorney: Cadel and Prof.'Fred'O.' Revel, principal, and to formally'meet the member-of tli'r' ....
,"v.?' ViwOrs73S/a''';reeentlY''lfT&I1teci'b; ,. .the rains which fell Sunday afternoon and Much.damare.: ;war r\done .there to Sheriff -Jngram. furnished cigars MiaaMary.Belle )McQuaig assistant board and to dieeaaa'some repair in ...:; :"
.i ?:vbo rd-of s-cooatyieinnmlsalonors.'''' y; night? JI' ' './..:.;-;s 5ta&+,t!**<'::t.i.'.* '*'*'*; streets:and wall* and ?telephone. throughout the day.' . ? who will have, charge-of the Bassen- the bulldin..J 'at.. SU Cloud i;Th* St.;. ki t"enlargd .''
-.i >itvAs,soon a* this ditch ii is finished the ''John HanMllj who' me'ap front the There was some wind and a display of I Cat tie'inspectors named by, the ger school for the present term pass; Cloud school district has recently .......t... .;:
/gang will work in .anumber;; : construction camp of th*'South Florida 1 Uhtnln"J.but neither of the latter board,,won 'a*'follow*t Whittier through. Kissimmee on route.from, ,and make. ,ser-: oJ'
and railroad stated that the .-v' Continued B -v two XL.Ras H. ertlciBauenger Manatee to begin their duties. era! improvement* in ,schools... '
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; {:" the J: Kissimmec: ,Valley, "Gazette' ahead who, ,should,! hare'pride appeal .t their he home llve-wlro citlKCIIH { ,_, .'_ ". ,::mt'''' :''::"':;>>EW,)::::'m'' : ',::::::

; "in. dtyandwho ; Ii SAID ABOUT'KISSIMMEi;. "';': ' '. . ,
Kisslmmee continue be ; .. ,
want to to J ; ", :
Pabll.b.d B-rrrr IPrlMvlUlBB. .
i" 'Otf. .. Taller ..t.. .l'iI_. c..;'..... known throughout Florid* and Other states I . '

1 ;;W.. ..... HAHRIS.AND B. O. TANS AGNBW.B. 0.._ as one of the progressive cities,of the South. Kissimmee will vote on a bond Issue" of {. 4 r,Going To The -
H. HAU4U.H III.......aed .....m... We believe that the fact that we'are doing $70,000 for city improvement I., '. :; I
4 1 ;August ),\
seb.erlpU.a .Rate.l i things will ,attract visitors and new 7....Suwanee Democrat. San Francisco Exposition I :t"' ,'.;.
,M On. Copy, One ..___..._....__..____..._ $1,BO : settlers) to our city as i- baa to other cities. : .
On. Cop'. Blx Month ___..._ *. -:- ..
On. Copy. Thr. Monthi ..+...:_..:____.::n: .?8 For all these reasons we think K1S8IM- Klssimmee is to vote on' the issuing . : ,,It,U the. raate t.Fair ever held and ;
"' All communication . y4 mull b* signed >>r tl>* wrltr. ,
i Rejected matter will not b. returned unl.. called: : : IOlUl'OVemelltM.-'Vauchula Advocate.
for.' If you go you weir need some of our
\ KisHimmee should have more members in -:- Travelers Checks--the safest and \;,
(ICnterrd In the Poetofflc In Kl*.lmtnee, Florida.
a* .cond-cla.. matter.) '_ the Central Florida Highway asHocintion. Osceola county has shipped 19 cars ol most convenient way to carry your
This organization was born at a meetingheld little to the St. Louis market to be sold money.

r. FRIDAY, AUGUST'C, 1915. here last May by delegates from conn- on commission. This is the first shipment s

r lies in central Fludc1I11J1I'1'till con- ever sent out from( that county to IN so din Used by the most experienced travel ;

SHOULD YOTJFOR B()NI I>$ cei\cd iincl called by the local board of posed of. All oilier cattle having' bcvn sold ers--should be used by YOU.'j

lindc.. It \\IIH finally orgaiii ed after thelelegules in the pC'IIt.- UWIIIII'I' Democrat. :

Tomorrow will IMa great clay for Kiw' ( ai'])(>inted here hall >'lIC'"C'I1c'd l in :- ,.:1
NI rl l nice 11I1\'i1lJt the western branch of the .I)i\ie wedding. not 3c in the KisKinnncH Oa- .

Tomorrow will dee iele- whether liHHilll'nwc : I )I1gb way routed through this 1'I1'I.tioll of tin Ke'tU" reads-'l>ooliltl-O\crKtmit.! That :i

V will stand alongside* theprogiessne*, shell, The permanent organization was leads a great ch'al like what I used to.say

advancing cities of Florida, or whet hl.I' she... .effected at Orlando nnd although well represented in regard to improvingemtill I) thoroughfare's I SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT ii I

will step back with the self) -satisfied "il. at this meeting. KiHsiinnicc. had in this I lex-ality,-"l)o little over S

lager standing Btillwhile, the march. of only a handful of delegated as compared) to I str'e't." But nil parties are "doill more'" l1I
other cities and not DIRECTORS: 1
progress goes bjr many nearly so many now.-1'alin Beach 1'ost.
I t If Klssill1nH"014( for bonds for public as St. {'lou( !Now the report of the weretary : :- ARTHUR E. DONEGAN JOHN R. BRONSON

t improvements, she will again be heralded L. 1*. Dickie, shows that there are Nineteen ears of beef cattle were recently W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS

to the world UH one of the growing, Ihe- I thirty-five numbers in Omeola] county and shipped from Kissinimee to St. Louis I
only nine of those members live in Kissimmee. -
wire cities, of the state. and other western markets. A few years 'tYiaX R
i What kind of a city do want? Membership costs but f2 per year t
c If a majority of the property you owners, and that little contributed to the cause of I' ago regarded such in an the occurrence nature of would the old have saying been : : ::::::::: : ::::: ::::::: ['::.'::: 1

+ who are eligible to vote in tbtbond election good roads ought never be missed. about "shipping (oal to NewcllHtlc'-Pa. --_._ -- --- -.-- ------------- --- --
tomorrow, favor a standstill city in preference : :--..- latka Times-Herald. ..0000000.00.00000000..0..000000000000000.00000.. *

to one which is always up and doing, The Florida Times-Union in a splendid] .J A WISE MAN t
then those- yf us who feel, otherwise had just editorial this week points out the fact that '
K\ery time we start to write the word carries sufficient FIRE INSURANCE (
as well makeup our minds that Kissimme'eonce lasting' ]cacc can )Ix-nt be accomplished) 'IM- Kissinmicc to protect his property bs'
far "Kiss"
for all is left behind the other progressive fore either side imolved in the great world weget as as and while he Is living and ample LIFE !
then the machine' begins to ball up on UH. INSURANCE to protect Ms lalft-
: cities on every side of us and settle t war is decisi\cly conquered.. It points 1 out Will some of our readers l'lluH why. Married 1Ir.In the event of his death. He. ; r?
e back to live u life of ease" while thee'olwebs >- the danger to the United Ktatcs if cither w insure his earning capacity
a family of four kids, and ofcourse' out ACCIDENT and
and moss co\er us up. side the. other and hides HEALTH an
subjugates (on(
4/ we- are not thinking i of kissablegills. POLICY. Be on the i
: But we do not Ix-Heve that a third of the with this paiagraph : i safe aide.
-Macclcimy Standard.
ti-, property owners of Kissimmee i want that Our country I i is one of the.. I'"II'I I We write all lines of INSURANCE -

( kind of a dt v.V C' believe that Kissimmee non'al inlluciKc! and( its poNHihilitic'H) of I None but that RELIABLE Insure and old line endures. 4
: A few Heialds. north about this
r has as progressive a people. as any city of ]>li\sieiil, intlneiK. are not HIM-pax''e'cl. going panics in this agency.
s her size and we IN'lie's. that II majority, of We believe if the. illlllU'lie we lil\e 't time of year would induce' many a to ? D. G. WAGNER
the iti'ins down for t the.* votes of I IIC'propf'l'ty ,locate herewspap(1' advertising' built Second Floor Citizens Bank Bldg. lr
'1 put were |properly| used it would hlilial ,!;; Kissimmee, Fla.
'i ners'IIi re'ee'i" t\vo thudsmajority. up Oscc'ola" (aunty a fewearw ago. Th"
; Ow c' a 10011 I |pear e without. the wholemiledcKt
He-laid) has IKH-II useel in this .
( ne\ei I m.inner
: . i'n(tion Ihat must .result if pear] "
1 There have IH-CMI a nU11I hl'l' of e-lemc'ilr.' IN mad onl.' \\'hen one of t 1111' IIlIial..HiH .. Sanford II(1 I 'aid

l entered into the IMHIC! isKiie ciicstioii| elm- completely' ON 1'1'1 tin own., ,

lug the jn-cwnt week which I should hiean - On August; 7th Kissimme-e will vat( on 11 N AT\U\ RE'SBlowers

HTect upon the result of tiI( 'el'ct3(4m.u .$70,000()() bond i issue- for city iniiro] >"!eine'iits. I
Somewhere on the ordinance l hooks of
'irMt--Tlw Board of Trade endorse-d the.. liissiamlee here( is an ordinance requiting Kissimmee is one of the most progressive Ground Limestone makes acid soils "

..: bond issue at a nice-ting. held last Friday plunIlM'rs' and others who tear till'Htr..IH ,and prc'ttie-st. towns in South Florida] and sweet. It releases potash salts and imparts

, night and called allot h"I' big mass me'e.>ting ill in .etc. to up ,.hcr("'s hoping]) the bond issue will carry strength and vigor to growing crops and troes.Blowers' I w
putting pipes, replace. i
Stanelaid. limestone ground unusually fine e y
which was held last night. Eat I111N14144111 \Macclenny
them and requiring also t hat they give; readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities ,
, = was thus aroused in favor of the* 8 1
," bond to do so. This is one ordinance that -can he applied at any time-is
eition.Becond. should. be* enforced Front the condition All e it ins fruit shipped by the KissiinnieM' inexpensive. Write for literature and prices.

-The Board of County ('oiiimls- of certain streets. it has not IMMMI .enfoixedin Citrus (Jrowe-rs Asscx-iation throughthe Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co.

sionefs passed a resolution stating that the the pant. AVe. would like to we. the city Florida Citrus Exchange during the Box K 308, OcaU, Florida 1

county would build the short-cut fill and council call)) the* matter to the attention)) ol \...ccnuingseason will aware the brand "1'rieleof

bridge on the proposed new rout to St. the }proper official and see that the law in' '_ Osceola, ," according to a decision of the 1'9

Cloud across the head of the lake at exactly enforced. Unless' it is enforced] some ol ,direntors of the local exchange.-Fort

cost and charge the city therefor not our streets will soon resemble the waves! I Tierce Tribune.

more than 10,000. This has influenced a of the ocean aril feel about as comfortableto :- .

' r: number of voters in favor of the short-cut a IHTSOII. riding over them as the "bump-- The Central Business College of Florida R. S. FLOYD

,item, wh were formerly opposed to it, be the-bumps" at some amusement park.. is the name of the new school which has
cause they thought the county ought-to dd -: : succeeded the Kissimmee Business School Dealer In

,tits share in'the work ,*""-&:& the county. b} Just when we were about to unanimouslyelect in that city. The new concern will broaden

this action has agreed to do. .., Bob; Holly, of the(Sanford Herald, its, field and will cater to the young people Groceries Hay: Grain and F t'4 w

__ Third-The City Council, as noted In a president of the Baldheaded Editors' association who desire'a business education throughout
news article in this issue, has l listed sjM-ri- in which we claim membership, hedenies the great central portion of the state. Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

flcally the items of indebtedness to be- paid ", that he- is baldheaded and declares (lU'HvilJe Sun. .

i off by the $15,000 bond issue. lie only has a high foreheadWe'e heard Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed''

This is one item which should receive A train of nineteen carloads of OHcpoluI'oun..v
of ]highbrows Ix'fore, but never yet havewe
the favorable vote of (every person who enters se-en such a learned gentleman that his pairie| cattle left Kissiinnicc Thursday

the balloting booth tomorrow. The city of last week for...St. Louis to 1) sold
brow l rcac'hed to the back of his ii<'(-k. ( .
council has stated that favorableaction oooo o oo oo
( oooooooooo
in maikc't. The made ooooooooooo.oo
Come on, Hob, don't desert the ship. open shipment was
upon this (tern will probably reduce the - up of about 550 head, said to be i in good Just Like Home Europe Plaa

millage for taxation and that its defeat shape1. It is expected that other large Lar.AiryRooml

j means absolutely! an increase in 'millage. The Thomas Advertising Service, of shipments will bemade. from that city (dui- Cl..n and Comfortable. Right In c.n>cr elhopptaff I
1'1 In fact it is stated that the .iIICksonville'hieli) handles( all of the* hiJtalh'I'"ti..illi *cctlo Again under old and. pa*-i Arlington Hotel. {'
positively council lug the present Hc'uMon.-Port fierce Tri ular WAIFS SOc and 7Sc.: ,
,/ will be forced to increase the millageto : for the progressive firms of the bune. 1219 FRANKLIN ST. TAMPA. TLA. J. D. RUSHING. Pi.*. ''d

take care of these items and it is estimated state, has recently enlarged its quartersand ,
that this be much its force of trained experts in ad\er-
)ncrease may as us
1-. ten mills. tising. Jeff Thomas is one of the best E. E. Naugle, editor of the Kissiu11me'Valley s ,144.
Gazette was in the city on tuesday; ,
known in the United ,
advertising specialists -
All of these items will influence a number '
I I'.coming to attend the K of 1*. meetingand St.
t, of voters in favor of the project aff.t.1ed States and deserves his splendid success. up Joseph's Academy
bring a delegation with him. Mr. Nau-
a and should have an effect the final -
upon ST.
( gle has only been on the Gazette a short
result of the election. Jacksonville is making a fight for more
time but already his influence is felt in ESTABLISHED 1866 rHighdu.
One thing those in favor of bonds should tourists and figures that if 700,000 visitorscan '
and he is the Ga-
remember and that is that as many of them i be brought to that city, they will leave Osceola county, keeping boarding school in charge of Sister of St. .Jo eph. Pat.
zette up to the same high standard set by ronixed by children of beat Catholic and non-Catholic families of this
as favor all the projects should vote for $5,015,500 in the pocketbooks of Jacksonville -' that excellent journal and other States.. Bu dInC. splendidly equipped with all modern con' n.enlencee. w]
;' everyone for ,the reason that, if they vote business men. This fact should en many years ago. Delightful and healthy location In quaint and artistic An- '
Kissimmee to out after certain Sanford Herald. dent Citr.. Courae* thorough embracing all branches requisite for a '
I for their favored projects and against the courage go a solid and refined ed icalien. Music, painting, language, commercial '
;. :t:,_ others and other voters do likewise, the percentage of that number and thus bring course. Term moderate. For full particular write

votes of those who vote against the entire here some of that big amount of money. SISTER SUPERIOR.
.' issue will prove effective in defeating tho : :- ]1 STATE PRESS COMMENT q'.

i, t entire issue, the balance of power being According to figures recently given out,

"' thus left in their hands. by the department of agriculture Florida WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? .

'\ Another item which should have an effect stands fourth among southern states in I Why talk about a dull summer? July J\" "

.- I upon the election is the fact that the the matter of good'roads. Florida is likewise is half gone, August will soon slip by, THE STATE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR' '\ '

contract for.the building of the brick road 2.1 per cent above the average for the 1 and fall business will open up in Septem- GAINESVILLE. FLA.WOMEN., TALLAHASSEE. FLA. "$1;

.,, from the city limits to the Orange county United States.. ber.-Wauchula Advocate. nisrhwt standards rankingwith the beat. Standard the same a* tho*. of"th*. "-
line, thus completing a .solid brick road :: -: :- North Lara-eat and and Kaat.SST beat. tinis.rrdlla of the country.colleges and unlvrltle la the_ .''h* kyi t

from. Orlando to Kisslmmee's corporateline Does prohibition prohibit? Let's see: The Ocala Daily Banner continues to atud na lat _..Ion. Total enrollment modern Modern convenience buildings and equipment:"all..

It behooves the city, as a part of the In Plant City there were 498 arrests for print a column each day giving a list of the N/. Including Summer SchooL mer 471 term atudenu; total regular enrollment term Ut; 1(1 aeulon aum\..' ,.

plan for the Dixie Highway to complete its drunkenness in the last six months of'the Florida newspapers. The readers of the .em..ter Tuition for free law.exceptingsio.OO per I"Tuition tree ln College and formal, I.i.
limits saloon regime. In six'' months under the Banner must find this regular diet a bit Bo ,
( ;part within the city to join this road. For further Information a dre.. Vot' cataloa-u and Information writ' : 'of
w .1 h iWeirant to see the bond issue carry. prohibition rule, only 34 arrests wen I monotonous. A. A. MURFHRBB.- PRESIDENT. EDWARD CONRADI. PRESIDE: ;'}i

'- 4l r, .We';would like to see every, item on the made. These figures speak for themselves. - it!

... ,list ea.rrlecfb1 a two-thirds vote. Palatka: Times-Herald. During the July Fourth celebration held ,

; J.:We' believe that in the years to come not "***a,- at Miltnn, Fla., horse racing was one of ( r/

": ).: 'single person\who'votes for the,bond is- Isn't about time to let up on the,."Listen ,the sports;enjoyed by the large crowd of > hed 1111 ; W ,

t:1' i cue will regret his action daughter," "Where my wandering boytonight" .people_present. Senator K., P. Bryan.and Band of ICdnntlon te 1..dDeda of

r We l>elieve'that' in:starting}public .improvements *, : stuff? From.the: tone of some;of Attorney,General West were present, .and erne > w teahlnR' 11M pay.elt.etlal } '

,' the ,city will,.create, .confidence the,South Florida. papers:it.appear that )they_mounted horses and ran a.race,\ the 1seo is out,,

In'affairs'that.,:willi: n i ke'for better they believe that the bop,and: girls'will. go former winning by several, lengths.. It "Scfeool ':: tai
\'l ,.tlmes/nuancially; for'all 'of us.', .-..>c, '. et straight'heU:1t: they;are not:'roped and seems'that the -Senator has not forgotten I ,qran.( ,e.n eras "fJaI I< UwMA d.. a..uelr' CH,wtt iai" tIW V' .'4

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)1 UFRIDAY: -AUGUST" 6, ItlS : .' THE'' .ItlSSlMMEE' 'VALLEY' ,GAZETTE: ,p . 'd. ., .Iip.'& ..
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'"."."" .' five. ; acres at Orange. .Center, and-tan I I I that haa bean robut U t U->. the taxpayers mast remember that a .hi .. ........-. .. I' I .. ..

> :l t: cee9iDg.s :;or H NEMY'RAINS acres shipped at from St. ,Cloud Kissimmee,. ,which, thus would giving be 1 pie all want camr.them" "* old kerto no them. rood paid-by big residents part of the of county KUsimme taxes were Hethan t :.r. 1.. hra ''iViH"M'- Ji" :

: a total of about fifty acres of straw In answer to' a query of Mr.' Prentis chewed how this bridge would .
the :School Board 'SWEEP' THE'STATE berries.; This, he stated,' would. be Mrr Thomas stated that unless the .... the county"money, and that.this t. . ....... ... . ... .. .. .

/ enough to bring buyers her or to allow mane?' was; forthcoming from this saving_was of the people' money. ,The entrance of women*la tne palitical ,
\ -, the".growers to .ship in carload bond issue to meet this indebtedness, ., J. W:; Wilder also.spoke in favor of field in Japan U bete* Utterly,
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HS -r.t 'I lota..: He stated that there would .be it was more than likely that an extra bonds saying that he favored the par. br leaders of tbeTUiou.
r Kissimmee. dPubllc. An*, $. 1916 metOy (Continued rout Pace' One.) sixty acres or more of eggplant and ten mills would haveto be big of Main street and the- paying off, opposed. politicalthe -
1 ',, In The re gular Board session, there Instruction being present elements played much,, part tn the a largo 'acreage of "peppers,: which assessod .this ,year .to. ,care 'for this of the city's indebtedness, but did' not
damage The rainfall at ,Tampa waa would make the same conditions exist amount.- favor Mabbette street paving.It i j
j W. C. Baas, chairman also Walter five inches .-! four and ,a in regard to these .crops.' ,All in all President)< Stanford called Mayor waa then that the motion of Mr Every city In Missouri which; jj_ciao, "
Bronson J. Stratton C E.
and S
; ? third inch*.'" he stated,that there Would be splendid May'to the'chair and took the floor. Harris was made which resulted ,a* taint 6.000 or mot inhabitant .... the
1.Yowell, :superintendent.' were Trains,were,late'on several of the opportunities for fall shipping!1 He made an eloquent speech.He prefaced . .stated During this discussion it waa power?to appoint woman aa members
A- Minuus'of.theI..t, meeting, branches'the Atlantic Coast Line, As the meeting neared its.close
if read., and approved.. due to washouts and ad b e d s. E.' Evans,,' Osceola county-demonstra that: be had enjoyed ;what had. been ,'all of the big tax payers In favor -
S. Lw.Lupfer, county treasurer, reported A train on the Halnes City branchwas tor, urged the growers to fiu-out the said. of the bond issue. :and that he was Although' she Is past,, 62 years off

'/I To the as follows Honorable: Board of Public' wrecked ''at J3oggy Branch, three crop report{blanks which he had fur "It seems to/me. said Mr. Stanford, willing to bear his. part if"the big'fellows axe, Miss S. D.',Wallace of near Iff-

'' Instruction in and for Osceola County i mile. from Avon Park, most of the nlshed them.. These reports which "that Kissimmee is about in the same were. dianapolls. In I herewith tender my report aa cars leaving the track. One rail.mashed provide statement of acreage, percentage condition now' that ,she was in. 1908, Following the passage. of this'' motion annual. and hunting license. >

'treasurer of Osceola county for the .. through, the bottom of a of crop fertilizer used, etc, and 1909. We started the wheels going ..A.. S. committee the appointment -

month of July, A. D. mss. coach, injuring a negro passenger. The were accompanied by the following then and with a bond Issus more of a which was Miss Eva Ramstedt. a farmer pupil
', UeBeral School Feed wreck was caused, by the water seeping letter was done in the matter of improvements named by Acting. Chairman May as of Mma Curie, the radium expert, has' {"
To balance from last report -- I. 184.96 under the ties. Dear Friend:-I am enclosing b in the years 1910, 1911 and 1912: stated above. been appointed professor of radiology l ,
To amt.. rood school, from Hlsslmme 814.95 At Hog' creek, near Wauchula, a blank report which I trust you will than had been done in twenty years : at the University. of Stockholm.'

t To amt.City reed from -Ciiiiii. ectlon of the track .seventy feet long fill out and return to me in addressed >reviou*. Kissimmee_ grew more In.. Frau Katho Kruse, of Koesen, Ger '- q

school ..___ __...-1-- 7.90 was washed away at a point where I frank envelope which' needs no stamp. population, values went higher and : famed the world over for her Quit a number,of women In:Dun I
To rebate amt. .recd.Insurance from M. Tiller, 41JOOIfir there was a high embankment, leaving The information you give! me will be evetybody was talking about our city.. many/I./ the manufacture of toy dolls. dee, Scotland hare applied to the wan

To amt reed from-Tax-CoIL-: the ties and rails hanging above treated as. confidential if you so desire It is time now to start the wheel -' Th. Jitney: Drivers' association of 1 department lot permission to be'.allowed '.

w ; taxes .___n ___ Colt.- 1IM 9To the breach. The southbound passenger Theonly way that we can secure moving again.- don't .believe we are Philadelphia have barred women from to be trained to 'drive>.motor;
poll.amt 1(14 rood_from Tax 11.00 train in the forenoon waited on buyers for our products is to produce going to vote to go on down the hill. membership to their organisation.., can.Annual.
the breach for the northbound train to them in quantities large enough to The only thing to do I. to vote these. .' a
3814.77 reach the other end of the break, and attract buyers and with this in mindI rands. If we will do this, we will - --- !' ;

By paid warrants as per list__ 69*.74 then passengers and mail were exchanged am asking you to fill out the enclosed start the people to work we will cre- y I

Balance ______n_____ 231B.03 the two trains returning to blank. ate an air of prosperity and the effect i-
1 i "..-$.._l nlat. K*. 1 their original points of departure.The I will mail one of enclosed blanks to of our action here will spread I ... Jhn
To bal. from last report; 318.81 Lehman bridge on the CoastLine I you early in each month and trust. that throughout the state"Mr. : -"I' .

Coll.taxes 6.91 north of St. Petersburg, was Unsafe 1 you will see the advantage to yourselfof Stanford then reviewed how a \

i for travel for a time.A returning same promptly. little meeting held here resulted in Mountain and Seashore Excursion( .
8S4 71
;; ,_ .J3y. paid warrant.: aa per list _- 106.11 Washout on the Seaboard's Ssra- Very truly yours, the bringing of the Dixie Highway : -
'or. sota-Venice branch caused some delayin B. E. EVANS, through central Florida. He reviewed -

-' .. Balance ______ -_._ __ 71*.6t that section.At County Agent. the meeting at Chattanooga, where VIA .
BBb-SraiMl D'.t. N. ITo St. Petersburg and at Tampa the fl made and for '
bal from nU1t..lte. won central '
To amt. d."re'T'I: Col.= many telephones were put out of com? Florida against strenuous oppo- ATLANTIC COAST LINE ..;:'Tax: '
{ '______ ___--- _____ 1.8 mission for the greater part of the .sition.In \'" :
Balance :______ -- 117.76S86 day and there has been general wire I BOARD OF TRADE closing. he said: ROUND TRIP RATES FROM KISSIMMEE + r.' 1 1Washiagto.

,lll e.b.eb.ol Dlat. 8 trouble. Reports from the island resorts "Let's all of the bond issue, if

i {. To To bal amt.from reed laat from report. Tax _Col__on- .00 .say there was some damage but INDORSES BOND ISSUE we can, but pass let's realize that the prosperity ., D. C, $2TS5. RicluMoad: Va.. $20.5. ?: ,

1 tare ______ ____ __________ 160.11Balan" no loss of life. i i and progress of the city de- Norfolk Va. 20.55 Bahi.ere M L2tSS'i '
ice' <
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.. n__ ____ n__ 11461 peed."in a large measure on this. bond i ill

7k 101 To bal. Bob-ftrho from! laat report 08.4. No.__:_4 80ZB.00r TRUCK GROWERS :,, (Continued from page 1)) ssue.H. M. Breaker said: "1 am heartily Roved Trip Rates Free JadueaviOe .;

9, To amt from Tax Col.- In favor of a bond issue for imjrovements. . ...
r __________ ______ _ 1T184 public I.
taxes > gle. He asked for volunteers to speakon : :.
I have been here long Wiastoa-Salem, N. C. _. 14.00 aatu.*..*-, Tau. 1180 :
Balance ____ ___ __ 1187,4. DECIDE ON NEW PLANt the question.J. enough to see some brick paving done C. '
n Wihmnttoa. $12.00 Mel.aU T.... IUSf;!
...-......*! 1)I.t. No. B W. Lilly was the first .speaker of and the benefits that resulted there- IV
4 To bal. from last report ______ 81..5 the evening. lie said in part: "I from. I believe that more paving will Hot Sprigs, Va. l&SO Masasaetk Can, Je,. '_ 17.1S "

M To taxes amt _reed___n from____ Tax-----Col.------ 1<.66 have always been a bond man. I have bring even greater benefits. I am in Roanoke, .Va. 16.25 Warn Sprias, Va..._ R00'1lckeb "', ,"
1 Continued from Page One.) '
( noticed that all railroads and big corporations "'
I favor of all of the items proposed. but I. ,
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116 01 '
on Balance
i I.a-Cebo.l. Dl.n<. N.n e citation will be. The organizationwill are financed in that way. I I[ don't believe the outlying sections Sold Air*** lit- Limit Aqua 29tL t .
t :To bal. from laat report 380.69T endeavor to bring in .speakers have never been involved in any bond should get their paving before the For information or reservations call on A. C. L. ,', '
To amt. reed, from Tax Col.= issue movement where the people regretted .
( time
from other counties from time to central of the Gentlemen
portion city.
taxes ____________ ______n 8.12 their action after the work was Ticket Agent or I
1 and the meetings .should prove bene- we are going' backward just now, ., '
done. It is unthinkable that we will A. W. FRITOT. J. G. KIRKLAND 't' '
2-3 81 beneficial to all members. as sure as anything and we must takea ,. .f
warrants ai list __ It.76 allow the to build a hsrdsur-. Division Passenger Division "
B/ paid per Following Mr. Morrey's suggestion county new grip and prepare to go ahead." Agent Passenger Agent

R ; Balance ____ ___ ____ 110.011W.a A. S. Nelson placed the matter in faced road to the city limits and the Mr. Stanford here called special attention I Jacksonville Tampa
B. l_ L.UPFER: County Treasurer, the form of a motion which was unan- 1 city not do her part in meeting the to the matter of the short-cut . ;
: In the. Hum of 3726.63 were imously pas..ed.When . road with a brick paved city .street." bridge to St. Cloud and declared hat
examined and cancelled In open session . .
the the read- Mr. Lilly discussed the various S
meeting opened "
r Bills were approed and warrants Issued
t aa follows: Ing of the minutes of the last meeting items of improvement as propesed in .
w C B. Hunt the election call and asked that the
mug with the businessof ,
t '. W. C. Bass.llM.) B P I -_:::::: was dispensed and consider the
+ Walter Bronson. N II I' 1 ___. 600 the .session began at once. assemblage proposition,
q 7. 8 Stratton. M R .' I ________ &*0 Secretary Fripp read a communication if possible, without any friction. He Limited
y Mrs. M K, Sears rent ach No. I 7.00Kiss. from the Florida. Growers and declared in closing that it would be I I 4
,, 'f Tel. Co. rent phones sen. Potash
difficult to make in supply has
No. 1. $I; ofnce I.60. _u___ 110 Shippers League from which the following any '
t T Carson Farmer Iris sch No I St.00 extract is taken: Kissimmee now that would not be a given an incentive to look
t ,' 15. U rein palntK- ach 1 ..__ ,- fill 00 1 While the publication of through good investment."I .

,. I. W 88 A C D Oro.No.4 Co..up.n____ach_____No.___28__ 3.80 I rates. by the railroads will be of inestimable own property in Klsslmee. ," said more thoroughly into plant nutrition e
:\" S. K com tread 8 8 D benefit to the Florida interests Mr. Lilly, "and it is for sale but I with view to utilizing
No. 1 ___ :_ 11.98 : products at hand to the '
--- -- - the Is determined to see would rather risk selling it if
Lupfer. 8 Dm" every:
.' B U coma treas
No. I 3.27 that Us members are provided with proposition in this bond issue carried. best purpose. The,, result of our efforts along this .line Is ( "'
W. Oriff------------------n, cert Hat voters form that there A. S. Nelson the next said
in speaker
such :
rates a simple ,
j 8 I> No. 1 600
will be trouble encountered in determining "I think we must do some improve- '
.. 'VVaL Oasette. Notice elec- no Flor!deal
0 -JSi. 8 8 J) No t n________ 760 the rate on any perishable ment work. We can't .stand still and Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less PotashIt f'
's. l.. Lupfer. corns. treas 8_8 D product from Florida to the markets.Its let other towns. around us. go ahead. '

y :O NO.c ola I 3 Hdw:,Co.:: sup. -sch--. No. 1.40 traffic department has. for the' past There are some things in the proposed is so carefully blended that where land is properly prepared we will put it '
If, 8 8 D No. i ________.___ 8.15 several months. been working on a items to which I am opposed and against fertilizer '.
a 'I *L I* 1-upfer, corns treaa. BSD; rate guide which will be completed in among them Church street, but I do any mixture of same ammonia and phosphoric add con- .

.B:No.__. Lup------------4 10.70.. time for next season's movement, and favor the Main .street paving and the teat, regardless of percentage of}potash. Send for particular. .

p f.. No." ____ ______ .90 which it proposes furnishing its members short-cut to St. Cloud. Bonding is ,
,4"B. It. Lupfer corn.tre.s 8 B D I as well as others who may apply the best. way I know of to get these Vflson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
r -'No.------------------3.18 There will be small I
for same. a Improvements. ,
,W. H. .Oodwln hauling material charge for the guide to cover the cost The Rev. S. W. Lawler, who had Jacksonville .. t \
sch. No. 9The ______ ______ S...00 of printing. The object of the leagueIn just returned from a visit to Tennessee -
t 14 '6
KI...Falconer sup..chs4Nto.: 1.60 initiating a'movement of this char- Alabama and North Carolina, declared Florida r
' <', Osceola HAwaCo : acter is to acquaint the Florida growers that not being property own- -

iti.. *"" I. SIr 21.122101. office IS. ..80i II ;L f7 1I 10.16 and shippers with transportationand er,' he could discuss the bond issue in
,_. D. Harris, mov. sch 9 --r-- 4000 refrigeration rates! to the markets a general way only. Ha then declared
4. y';'pa1. }la.lte6'Ibr, sch 9, 7 days 11.11 which is a factor equally. important that In hit visits to the states nam.
"s )u. r Wagner ,. 1.'U. as the prevailing prices on ed he'' had found people everywhere
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..V.JO i.8..411.llaklnson Co.5..i f j-. Jack-- the products thereat. Unquestionably Kisslmnvee as. a rsult of .. '

,i .er..... echo 9 ?.---------.- 1.20 it will fill a long felt need, and the prominence the board of trade ,,, ;;.. ;s
.1'n.lnhard' Krause. ach 9, T I will here had taken in the of the \.
!Syrtp _____ ___ __ II.Z6, enable both seller and buyer to routing llI.k
days - n "
:" Luther Warren, Ibr. ach 9. readily determine between "f.o.b." and Dixie Highway. "In some way, he 'r
r days ------ __ -- t.ooS "delivered" values; and consequently said "the idea has. gotten out among .,., 'i" ,
'f' :, ."". ; I ..
/ > p.8earoat. _ 9-P% 76 protect their interests in competingwith these other states that Kiasimmea : or:
w' .it.fF
::.J'r:; Joe Barber, Ibr--ach- 9 n 3 day.__ II 00 other producing sections of the haa had more to do with the routing .,. :? .'1 't'
{ Ibr. ach S 13 other ad- of the Dixie the l't.fltt.
N.'C. Stratton country. There are many Highway through : .: J .
',.It,' _____ 24 00 ,
y Direr 00 vantages.The central part of the state than any ,
., 12 days SO -j,
'1'. B. Jvey, Ibr sch iW. _"________ t 00 rate guide will contain approximately -: other town in the state." .. : '. .J'.
) t sch. 1 1.60 said Mr. "has. .... 1
4 C. Baas for orl'h'i: 100,000 rates-from all points "Kissimmee Lawler :,.. r.,1.
____ 1.00 r'\ : .,- ..
Oseeola Auto
Williams lumber and in Florida east of the Suwanee river; now reached the time when she must .
It "VE2.auppllea, sen. 9 __--______-- 163.41 to about 2,000 points in the Unites go ahead. If you leave Kissimmee's. r
1 (.'T. States and Canada-which will em- part of the Dixie Highway you will '''';;.: '
w r, B 8 Alde-----------: ;: 7 60 brace every established market of any commit a serious error." :

4 G'B B.S n___._.__ ________ 9,00 importance, as well as many hitherto He then pointed out as exampleswhat Do Not Miss the New I
M7, A petition was presented lt> the. board undeveloped, especially in the West, non-progressive methods had
v J.> asking that a action! be established nt
,. Peghorn. The board flndlnn that a aufflclent Southwest. and Northwest. The rates done for Fort Meade and DeLand, the ,
7 \ number of pupils would be enfvllxd. will be arranged alphabetically in sucha former neglecting to take advantageof .
l ,. granted the request simple manner as to insure imme- the railroad when first built with -"

#: <,>Ko.The 30.salary North of Kissimmee the principal,.' "01"l of, was diate and accurate interpretation by the result that thet own had later to Catalog of Buckeye Nurseries-Ready SoonThis ,

,fixed at 166 per month! any subscriber, and will be xact reproductions pick up and move to the railroad and .
-\Mlss Anne Bryan Carson rendered: from the legal tariffs of the latter now being located on a '

paat' year.. of thecanning asked to he club appointedto for the the railroad and steamship lines, and branch line simply because the people book will be ready early next month. It" will be an improvement on .
h Y' 1. the m"n, position for the enaulngyear. every effort will be made to secure accuracy neglected their opportunity. {
S ';'\- o"lrhh board apjroprlati-d: $400, 00 and conformity therewith ren- Mr. Lawler closed with the state- any previous edition. '
of niunth
1 int and<* appointed period Miss Ca-son elftbt to continue dering the same' serviceable and reliable ment that "Kissimmee's day is. now." The new Buckeye catalog will be illustrated throughout with full color en-
the work for use ay' patron. J. W. Thompson a member of the '' F
i:' vy - I 1 contract for palntlns. at the that the changes which take deliberation the council had decided natural shades and tints. fl
. 1. ;.. *lfrh school building report-d that thpf' \" many .
. 1,. oJ'. received three bide as fMIowi Jack place in our rates may properly be that the beat thing to do was.
I :Base 12.00: per square: B. J. Qulnn, furnished subscribers, as changes occur to ask-a bond issue. lie explained the The text of this year's edition of Buckeye catalog is entirely new. The book I 5

t 4.; 'SU88 91.T4 per per aqua e.. and Krneat Krn.nt U .;reenrebe- revised. pages will be furnished city' financial condition and said thatin brings down to date the experience of thpDowners of Buckeye' Nurseries inthlrty-. 1' '

't Ina; the lowest bidder the contract was and substituted for the corresponding order to meet outstanding. obligations five intimate association with the citrus '
ettr awarded to him.. pages in the binder and thus the efficiency unless the $15,000 issue for this years' industry. '"

b.ray..... ,,, r.PPolnt..d;"'A petition> for asking school that N'.a 41 teacher wits" re-be of the rate medium will be purpose was carried, the council would The men behind the Buckeye Nurseries,knowing citrus fruit growing thoroughly .
/) ,ved. the board. Attar Invalidation maintained.The be 'obliged to borrow at 8
i see JL money per have learned how to propagate and bring on trees admittedly the superior in vigor
..I'd the matter land finding a suftlclent league is handling a vast cent, whereas the bonds. would secure
.tf!,.,. 'number granted of pup41a.ln the req that.1 st. district they amount of rate work, and promises the money at 6 per cent on long time. and every good quality of any on the market. They have.had wide and successful', ",

.. 1 !.klrne: trustees of the St V'loul school to announce later on a number of favorable He declared that he considered each experience m the operation producing and in the marketing of their fruit,
met with the board and requested that revisions. which it has. been,' of the items on the list important, but groves
, a. 'Opt/o'tank mad on the b. b'llldlnir.hliHr', and Th nth hoard lepalrs and is now, working out with the railroads that some were more important than To the beginner in citrus culture, the experience of these men, as summarized '

'l 1.i:'. '.,appointed, 8. Stratton and C !_. Yow- others. He said that he would like to in the Buckeye catalog, can not be otherwise than of the--utmost value. Evento
M '"f' .ell committee to meet with the trustees -
President Fansler reported to the see the city brick its streets to the city
'''Ir.., :' ' at-work St don.Cloud and havethe neceaaary meeting that the Citrus Growers Association limits in order to meet the Dixie Highway growers of many year experience, some of the things set forth in the bookare

,,1" l .'teed., board authorised hose superln- having leased the Waters A: but that if possible. he would sure to. be new and helpful. Be sure and get a copy of the book before, placing ;
,,!\: i,i to purchaae fire for theOsceola Carson. packlnhOUM it would be necessary be. glad to have every item carry. i4 '
..., rat Hlrh School building. orders for next season's planting. ,+ a
PI being no further business, the for the truck growers to remove Mr. Thompson stated that better your r
' f7.Not board adjourned 'to meet at the next their strawberry refrigerationcrates days are now in view for Kissimmee.He Buckeye Nurseries are the largest exclusively citrus nurseries in the world.
//1.:11': .meeting. from this building. He stated cited the fact that with a hard-
regular .
11. W. Co BASS Chalman.N Their has been and founded foundation of
: growth steady sure on solid trees
f",.. Attest, that Mr. Bryan had agreed to allow surfaced road to the east coast. the
if '. ;! ..Gom.. TOWEL.U Superintendent. the association, .to store these, cratesin city would become a sort of stopping' that satisfy. The buyer of Buckeye trees is protected by the experience behind 7 i i
//f'i-' 1; I another and place for travelers both east and their production well by the financial of their
the growers of strawberries decided west and north anti south. as as responsibility producers.;>> :
t".the lowland. of Scotland abput
?r i:; , cent.otthe farm workers are to move the crates tomorrow afternoon 'As' it is. now," said Mr. Thompson, Write today for the new Buckeye catalog. and be sure to get it. ,. ,

I. ; women who are_ paid from $2 to $3 beginning at 1 o'clock. "people come here and they say, 'thisis
: The association spent some time a pretty little town, but it looks t11057Citizens

,." per""wt.- ......,..;,;.... -. discussing the cost of fertilizer and dead, these people here have made BuckeyeNurseijes )',
C* In''the'50 ; ; lectecSwith.! the Bureau Engraving In discussing the benefits of work- stopped; Let us start something so ""* _-vQ
1 ij" \ Ing together in the' planting of cropsto that when the visitors. come here this f ; '
"".:J' vTd&Mngton/lt'' it :is r,estimated, that BankvBuilding'' "'" Florida
be shipped in carload Tots or to winter th will say Kissimmee Is alive ( ,, t' + Nampa ; '
"" 'i'over,\ $ 00,000 000'u. pa.eed through contRetfor. town/ ,.. .,, .' _' _' ,: :
the "
1- the hands of i.Mi". Annie Roe, chief off bring buyers on ,ground ( i
,.. 'the division. farm' products f.o.b. Kissimmee, Roma Thomas, another member of
; nwmberihjr\ stressed.tha fact the ,coUJ1ci add MI favor "
4 .. : -. President Fansler ,: : 1 bonds. I r'
f*:,:?r, .C "rt... .. be .1'propeeed-- that. the 2,000,' that the outlook-for strawberry/egg I think this is the only war,to make . .:, ..(...)'" ....
si'"iO'tKOOmember' *otthe General Federation plant and pepper crops:was such that ImroTements. ,TIxwi; h especiallyM, to '"
r'; of Women'.Gbr, deny'themselvesft Ihe'gttrwers-wouM be assured bt both call .attention tothe $16,000, for, outstanding :f.', f. '1.1'

ft :" pair;of-ilk stockings'year'andt plans of disposing;of:theirs produce: J Indebtedness.;;:.ThLv,money "of'''" t

fc -, ftontribut ,,that, to an'endow He, tecI'tbatther"woald' .,, bo.about has. got to come from somewhere and ,,,::1' y..oJ r _
K'-' ?- next fund for'work money of the federations thirtyfiveacrest' of }.strawberries "in bonding the cheapest way,to get it, \',
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( f j I, f o ) +rr Y .2 fi Nh'N. e .GG Ra MO FRUIT GROWER can afford to ignore this .:J:

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i .'" statement when he plants or considers planting

his grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very firM because the SUCCESSFUL future of

IY his investments depends on his trees being budded right +in the nursery that grows them.

,> i The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along lljis J line ; they have f for year specialized in

i ? bud selection from TESTED bearing trees. The Ocklawaha Nurseries is the ONLY PLACE in Florida -

i. .)', '' yes. in the WORLD where EVERY tree is budded from trees tested for then superiority. Your .,

.t' ., \ s grove is bound to be a paying investment if you use our stock.

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s ; We could /fill this paper ten times over with testimonials, but the best evidence of our tree

,: f, quality is to be found by a careful inspection of our nurseries. They are close by and the trip is
a pleasant hard-surfaced roads
E rf over by auto.

Write for catalogue now. and post up on "PEDIGREED TREES and their importance to you
t'i : as a planter of a new with aim.Ocklawaha .
'. \ grove success as your ..... x

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: ; IOMIMOIMOMI MI l l IOIOIOt l l l ieiflHI IO. casm in his remarks with telling force. MID-SUMMER SNAPS-Write us
He opposed the short-cut bridge in no FIREMEN AND BAND I for safe and profitable investments

t'i+ f et Society Notes # ; uncertain Judge Lilly terms.closed the meeting witha I L Want Ads. I and fruits comfortable and Nelson among Realty the

various few words a summing up of the. TO PLAY BALL GAME Company. 83-ltpd .

'i.- ) I II FOR SALE-Lot of second haid furniture
: (Msttle Belle Harris. Editor.) I GREAT ATHLETIC EVENT OF WANTED-To sell good five-room -beds, springs, dressers J
;.. : City Council Takes house; two rood fireplaces, all ceil chairs, stoves, etc., also a Jersey ,
f I THE YEAR TO TAKE PLACE ed, and painted; in good repair; milch cow giving 3 gals or more
a; Request u Made to all patron of tbe Valley Gazette to tend Item NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON three acres of land cut up in five per day. See J. E. Rush, City. 82tf

t-tf i- : f: of society event to tie Editor i: f for publication I : in these colunns Over Dock Pavillion FOLLOWING MONSTER STREET ; departments gardening for; 100 raising yards chickensand from FOR SALE-Nice bungalow with

: station Midland R. R.
on ; four miles large lot in good residence section
F y .I..a.a..g..r 0404cream, g . III a II III 1 g III II y (Continued from panel ) from Kissimmee; 300 yards from of Kissimmee. on payments like
VOLUNTEER.The church, school and store. Good rent, or will take vacant lot as first
CIRCLE and cake served. The for July showing number of arrests
neighborhood ideal See G,
; place. payment. J. H. Halley, Loughman
Misses Ella Mae Gilbert is entertaining young host was assisted in the enter- etc.Bids B. Woodall. 33-H Fla. 30-8t
a i the Epworth League sewing taining by his mother Mrs. J. L. for furnishing the city electric big athletic event of the year. is 1 I
t circle( this afternoon (Friday) at her Overstreet, and his aunt Mrs. James light plant with wood for the coming to take place next Thursday afternoon. FOR EXCHANGE-Several good i FOR RENT-Mawson property, good
home on Main street. Paulk, of Cairo. Those present were: year were opened and were a 8 follows when the members 'of the VolunteerFire northern properties for Florida Six-room house, barn and 7 acres
Sammie Dixon Lillian Harris Violet : farms and homes. Nelson Realty good land; nice fruit; flowing well.
PICNIC Gilbert, Grace Gilbert, Joe Makinson, Yellow Pine Lumber company Department and the Kissimmee Company. Nelson Realty Company. 33-ltpd
Misses Dot and Jo Makjnson entertained Dot Makinson Mabel Overstreet agreed to furnish slabs at $2.00 per Concert Band meet on the ball field 33-ltpd ,
') ", with a picnic on the city dock I Louise McLean of Gotha, Fla., Mary cord delivered in Kissimmee or to fur- for honors in playing: the national DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M. FOR RENT-Six room modern cot- .
i; ( Wednesday evening in honor of their Singletary, Mary Seymour of Miami nish all the slabs needed for a period Tiller. tage, close in; $12 month. E.
{. e guest Miss Gladys Bruns, of Narcoo..e. I Gladys Bruns of Narcoossce, Henry of one year for the sum of $6500, to game. E. Wells Real Estate per and Ineurancc. ,
.. After playing various be paid in twelve equal installments So far the boys have not been able
games Singletary, Raymond Bearden Prater ?
104 1'ossiel Ave. The Inn
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$2.50 __ _ _
oyed. C. Buckles stated that the wood to find with sufficient .
a picnic supper was en Gilbert, Curly ale Bronson, Lee Hobbs, anyone courageto for 1,000.
. Bradley Harris, Elmo Griffin David used by the electric plant from July I)I umpire the contest, but it is said Peach, Cabbage and plants at $1.50. FOR SALE--Two boats; one 35x10,
+' a o. B. H. CLUB Ansted Walter Bass Harold 1915 to July 1915 amounted to $7- that one man has consented to attemptthe plumpear cherry treesat
jr., IS H. p. T. A M. 16
I 10 to 15 cents each. John engine; one
:.. The members of the B. O. B. H. Woodall, William Arnold Roscoe Rob- 999.41, and that he would agree to .I' task if he is given a suit of ar- foot E. Chattanooga. Tenn. Light-48-tf foot long, 4 H. P. engine will sell
Rook 'club were delightfully entertained erson, Paul Dradwy Annie Drawdy furnish the wood for twenty per cent mor and lalowed to choose his own I cheap; .also one pair large mules.
,,: L4 Tuesday afternoon by Miss Allen Stockdale Stratton Story. less than that amount, or $$6397.93 for I. weapons of defense. Later:-He has I FOR SALE-No. 5 Oliver typewriter H. W. Thurman. 22-tf
i .,.. Ethel Gilbert at her home on Park the year. lie also named a price per accepted. His name now is Mayor nearly new. Price $40; cost $105.
street Th. house was tastefully decorated cord as $2.65. May. He'll change his name after the FOR SALE
+ I Apply to S. H. Bullock. tf OR TRADE for horse and
with roses and ferns. The hlgh- T. H. Keen offered to furnish the
Mass to one 2 Buick In
Meeting wagon cy. good
J 'y, .st>score was made by Mils Ethel Gili wood at $2.45 per cord. The firemen challenged the band I FOR SALE-Six good milch cows and condition, good tires; must s1or
; bert. Dainty refreshment of sherbet The bids were referred to the elec- to the fray and the horn-tooters
milch trade
one A. M. at
common cow. once. A. M. Jones, P. O.
; Misses Ethel Lee, Maurine Dann, consideration. This committee was bristling with dire threats and rumors
kAr ., Orpha Rose,'Kathleen Bearden' Violet; --::.-- instructed to report a t the special are flying like shrapnel from one gang;
Gilbert< '' Harrisv s '- '., (Continued from Page One.) held next Tuesday night to canvass called next Thursday there w 11 be JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIInIIIIIIIIIIIIII II I IIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiIhIIINiL
"This bond issue means a whole lot the vote of the bond election to be held sufficient spirit aroused to make the
,4W:; ROOK PARTY to Kissimmee. By it we must decide Saturday.The contest one for "blood." "'
f Ml).. Mattie Belle Harris entertained whether we are going ahead or whether matter of a claim for damages' Preceding the game there will bea 1
;'?, at rook Monday /evening at her we are going backward. We must made by R. D. Fairman for an injuryto big street parade in which both will \
home on Church street in honor of do certain things or we will be side- his hand while unloading machineryfor take part. Then there will be the am- : Lest You ;;
her birthday. The house was prettily tracked by the other cities around us. the electric light plant was referred bulance wagon and hearse to take care Forget---
1e decorated'>> with roses and ferns. After "I have always been a booster. The to City Attorney O'Bryan for in- of the dead and wounded. Doctors =
r several games of rook delicious refreshments man! who will not boost for the com- vestigation. Winn and Rivers have volunteeredtheir 1 --
; of sherbet and cake were munity in which he lives will never services as Red Cross aids and -= ,0'
served on the tables. Favors were amount to much and neither will the Dr. R. W. Cobb has been named official -= =
rosebud on each plate. Those present towh." BASEBALL BOYS GET I bottle holder. r 1 -= --
!, t were Misses Orpha Rose, Maurine Judge Parker spoke especially in The two teams will line up as follows -I rI =
a Dann, Kathleen Bearden, Ethel Gilbert favor of the Main street, the short- but there will be a big list of We do all kinds of _
? 1 q Myrtle Paulk of Cairo. Ga., cut fill and the paying off of the in- READY FOR MINSTRELThe I substitutes to take the place of those re-
);,' Helen Bass Nina Bratton and Messrs. 'ebtedness" of the city declaring that who become incapacitated during the
Will Mason Tiller Earl Cowger these items should be carried.M. battle: Band men-Eddie Hansel), pairing in line and
Ralph Bearden Leon Estey. Lawrence baseball who will take our
4 t II. Porter urged that the voters boys pitcher and third base; Charles Re-
'' Griffin, Harper Casler Melville Huff either decide upon the Vine street improvement part in the big minstrels to be held gero catcher; Roy Prentis+ shortstopand
+: man, Eat*: Morrow.. or the short-cut. He at the Casino next Friday night, August catcher; Lawrence Griffin, third guarantee satisfaction. _
ja e e M thought that both were not needed and 1.1th are rehearsing their parts base and pitcher; Cecil Prentis, second
PYTHIAN SISTERS that the voters should unite one twice daily now and from the Indica- base; Tony Regero first base; Mills ,
Mr. S. E. Gardner, Mrs. W. L. or the other. He also asked in upon regardto tions of talent shown at the rehearsalsthe left field; Hoffman right field; Bryan
I Paulk and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson delightfully the $16,000 indebtedness due. show will be a big success. center field. -
S. i.' .entertained the Pythian Sisters Tickets for the big event will be Firemen--Godman. caJLcher; Coleman ==
S.. and' their friends Wednesday II. C. Stanford answered this query sale in few the
on a days and boys I pitcher; Hulings first base'Buckle :
afternoon at the Chapter House. The and argued for all of the items to be should be given a large attendance.The second base; Lupfer, second Cole 'J
a+, ti 'honor guests were Mrs. Moody and voted upon declaring that there was proceeds wil go towards defraying i base; McGee.J shortstop; Smith, right Jewelry Co.
F Mrs. Cauley, of Miami. The following merit in each of them. He devotedthe the expenses of the club and to make field i: Faiman1 left field; Burkam, center .
'' t rendered main part of his speech to an argument .
program was : Reading up any deficit left after the expensesare field. Substitutes Cornell Whet- JEWELERS AND
MI. Lois Johnson; piano solo in favor of the short-cut fill paid from receipts of the game sell, Kritz and Walsh. I OPTOMETRISTS ,
t Miss Gussie Winn; reading. Miss and bridge and to the importance of played. -
Grace Winn; instrumental duet, bringing the Dixie Highway travelers FOR SALE-At: 12 = -- jtV
f'rkfe! The minstrels will be under the a bargain' panels
Misses Helen Bass- and Lilian Pren- through the city and on to St.
galvanized iron fence. Apply to A.
direction of Harry Harttell leader of
\ v. tie vocal Miss Leona Roberson Cloud IIIIIIIIIIIIIInlll1IJIIII111111III r
; ; the Dixie Theater orchestra who has S. Gilbert, 46 Main Street 33
instrumental MI. Prevatt. F. H. Lawson addressed
solo. Ruby next the had considerable experience in the waJi
/1 The diversion of the afternoon was a meeting declaring that he was op minstrel show business.

>qr, ,: contest ed much"Jones'merriment. Riddle,"Delicious which caus-refreshments vote posed against to the it.short-cut fill and would The star end men will be Randall I I' IIIIII .... -A. -,.,. 11-"" II :.". .. -.t.> .... -"" II-A .... -A. .... ,., z
McLaughlin and "Jazbo" the mysteri
of sherbet and cake were S. B. Aultman took similar I
a stand ous. Other black face artists will be
1 4 .erved. a e although he said he was as much in George McGowan, Lonni.Base Billy "Where Your Cent.La"Lilt. Dollar ; '
FRED GILBERT'S BIRTHDAY favor of improvements as any of the.peak.r. Burkam and Speedy Alvey.
Fred .. Mr. Aultman spoke emphatically The, ballad singers and MORE MORER
Gilbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. qurartet
: C. Gilbert, invited a number of against the short-cut fill members will be Dr. J. W. Simpson Our Big Sale Is
eS t ]the friends in for Thursday afternoon and bridge declaring that he did'notsee Kenneth McPherson J. C. McFarland, 4 4
to celebrate his seventh birth the necessity of this work. P. K Weaver Guy Gardner and Tony DAYS DAYS
&; .* were played for a couple of attention to what leaving the city locutor.
+fo 4 hour., after which refreshments of off the route of the east coast would Other minstrels will be: E. C.
", ice: 'cream, cake and peanut were mean, by citing the experience of Oxford Duzenberry, Lacy Johnson Sam Storey +
t i i served on a table placed on tho lawn Ga., which let a railroad pass it Leslie Alford W. Mason Tiller, It's still going on but closes on Wednesday August 11 i
S '\ Master Fred was the recipient of a by: something like a mile in the distance Tice McAllister, Roy Prentis. and r
number of presents to remember the and then saw another city in Sheldon Johnson.
). day. just about the same location as St. The Kissimmee band will assist the
-1 The following children were at the I Cloud is from here, outstrip her with ball boys with the musical end of the Plenty of those wonderful bargains left Have
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; party: Geraldine Johnson Lola Peaks about six times as large a population.Mr. program.There you got yours
.' anette Criffln, Thalia "Grifftn. Jose: Witherspoon thought also that will be a bog street paradeon ,
$G' + phine. Griffin Mary SingleUry, Mary I the road to the cemeteryshould not bea the afternoon of the show. Admission .
,t f. i Gilbert. Verne Harrison Lois Harri- part of the Dixie Highway, but thatit will be fifty cents downstairsand
) Ion Johnnie Cape, Nelli. Gilbert, Lu- should be more private.J. thirty-five cents in the balcony SPECIAL for SATURDAY,. just received
;A, ';,.. ,dIe Gilbert, Mary Naugle, W. Prentis also argued for the
J augle, Alma Naujrle. Marie" short-cut fill a* a part of the Dixie NOTICE TO PUBLIC regular 75 cent Middy Blouses will at 49
' Highway to St. Cloud go
's ;son, Eustis Peaks! George Lee Slngletary and. the east G. a ,
4 r +a .,1- Al Gilbert Odel Harrison,,C. W coast I have decided that under no '
: ( ..... Harrison, Willie Gilbert, Richard Ban. B. Dickerson declared that he ** unless great provocation, the low figures. of only ) .,
\ .. < -; ', .. BIRTHDAY never lived in a town.which' to the discussion between myself and I ,
',. '''';' PARTY amounted. to anything Which-did not Mr. FWpp. and I hop he -will come' '
\ MnrfrayOverstreet ej entertained bond but he declared that every,item to.l tht6 .aame conclusion. It tj time :
r aZ' 't -, bout j thirty.of,,his,friend I,,Monday shovld be looked,into'carefully.'*;'He for jut to tarn our attention. -te nor GOODSuOIkai
",/ ','f( + evening at .nls ii home on Main street in centered hit remarks .tn....a protest important. matter., which will help'to }' ; : ; ;
I;:':,? \ ."' t. ('bo or ;''' <.. : W)r Genes wire enjoyed Oil the'. lawn afir George Slngletary mad. tbe'WittiestsDHcb I.risr hand,.tI l. Ihi ps let'i 6. aptly :: ;. :,> -< ; ..

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; ;,.' ik1DAY.'AUGIT'o1915. I", . .._t HE.. ', KIS. SIM' ME" EVA' LLJtt. GAZETTE . 9fi .PMI," '

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'THE IPSSBIMEE VALLEY',GAZETTETelephone I V. Reynolds aid'Cl;E. 'McCrary,'of -Whispering- ;BillSpeer.,;of Orlan- :
'r; "t i ( Me.. n.>. '.- -I Tampa Saturday, were*.! business.. \.visitors-. : here,, .pent, several' 'days. ,-In the city. this KISSIHHEE DEFEATSRADENTOWN U, 8. SENATOR BRYAN PART :OF; THE cowrnrSCHOM.S ,

; 11'V B..Published,BJUUUS *Every SB, O.1'rIda7"B7,VANS AQNOTV. ,I Iii' Mrs- ,,Heifte McCall. and" Miss'.Ruby- We-.* offer for cash'a''big reduction $ TWICE '- VISITS'KISSIHHEE HAVE :OPEKED '

:' Wilson; of Apopka. spent. Saturday, ; on all .summer 'line, ;;' 'Buy. now atGilbert. ; ;
(I': 1... Kissimmee.'f '..;I ,
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\ Hammond Marshal of Daytona'was !''Miss,M.' B,, McOuerigv of.. Sarasota, IS STATE'IN, TERM ''BEG'ANIN, NUMBER', OP y
'It.\' : I .. visitor in the city.Monda.o Mr.
L ; The LocatFkidj i shal has just ,.tume4..tro trip'to day.. :rrORS GO ON THEIR'WAY:WITH -THAT'HE WILL BE, RETURNED SIMMEE SCHOOLS WILL.lfOTOPEN ,
v''Th..Lo :i' "of: / TO SENATE OVER HIS REPORT.
- 1 1i Order Moose Lodge ' GOOD ;ATTENDANCE
/, i I Ed. Lancaster"j,Saturday for a which was organised last week held : OPPONENTS WHEN' PRIMARIESARE ED. : ,? ', '1 >
,I three weeks' automobile trip through Its second meeting Jast night and had HELD." .. ,

I' '> oooo.ooooo Georgia. He was joined by his fatherat ten applications! to act upon.. After winning; the first game of the : A'', number of the ''county' schools;

p : Orlando. Engraved cards and Invitations. We series by a score of 5 to 0 last Thursday I United State;' Senator' Nathan P.; opened Monday it'being the ,
the'country schools earlier than yt
Weather The Methodist ladies can furnish them. Call at the Valley Cowpunchers came back at Bryan was a visitor in 'Kiasimmee open VJ
Report carpet committee the city schools in order to.'allow the 5
if wish to announce a parcel post Gazette offi .. tf the Bradentown 'Maroons* again on : from Tuesday evening: to Thursday of pupils to finish the term earl*,in the ", .
Friday afternoon and another 'this visiting his '
won week the scenes of
sale and cake sale 14 at the ;; .
'; Beaman building. August The members of the Orlando ball victory by a score of I 6 to 8. The sec- young manhood and swapping storiesof spring so that they maybe of assistance .. q
and was bit more exciting the when he rode to their parents work q
c club and a few rooters passed through game a. days ponies over ,
Following are daily temperatures Miss Dalma Graham left Thursday Kfosimmee Thursday afternoon in a than the first and the good playing the prairies and "hunted cows' with The achol.which'openedon'Mon. ,
Yl' and precipitations as reported for .Pass-a-Grille to spend several big sight-seeing car bound for St. 'of the locals on Thursday: enthused the best of 'em. day with a''good'attendance reported'W. '

; by Government stationat weeks visiting( in the hope ff benefit- Cloud, where they met the Wonder the fans so that there was a larger Senator Bryan is making an auto- were: Bassenger, Sblngle.Creekt.Han. ;

Kissimmee for the week end- ing her health. . City team for a test of skill in. the national crowd Friday. mobile tour over the state looking af cock School, Campbell and' ,.MulberrySprings. '
Ing Thursday, August 5: game. Although the locals were outhtt in ter hii political fences and stated ., >? ;: ,
See Dr. Davis optometrist, at his ; the game Friday, they managed to Thursday 'While paying a pleasant The schools'of Ktsstmmee. will openon .
Friday ____ _______92 76 home\fflee. Park Hotel, few days for :Mr. and Mrs. F. Heale who live bunch their hits and place them when visit to the Valley Gazette office that Monday, September 18th. *: :' ; n

Saturday ____ ____94 78 glasses for poor vision or headache. near Shingle Creek, have received they meant runs. The visitors hits he found encouraging news in every ..

Sunday ___ ______8& 78 Work guaranteed prices reasonable. word that their con, a young man were scattered and many of them part of the state. The senator was Better Patefe

Monday ___=. _____85 75 .99 about twenty-four years of age khom proved worthless in the matter of optimistic over the outlook and declared .. t,
Roma Thomas E. C. Duzenberry
they left in Canada, has volunteeredas scores. that he was confident that the
+4 Tuesday ____ ______92 78 H. R. May and }. D. Woodbeck were a soldier in the nglish army and Haynes, who pitched for the locals voters would return him to the senate Better paint this year, if your property -. ;' s

Wednesday __ ___-.96 80 among those who motored to Bartow will soon leave for the front. was in good form and was able to holdthe by a comfortable margin when the needs it. :MIstaken' men have

Thursday ____ ___-95 79 1.10 Thursday to see the ball game Maroons when in tight places. He primary is held. beel\- theirpJob to come-down-
For cash at Gilbert' you can save The cost of has gone-up not.
. ,was given good support. Gates who Bryan spent Wednesday on
, Mrs. L. R. Farmer Mrs. Conrad 5 cents per yard on all 25c summer started the game for Bradentown, was Paradise Island with the family of down; it .is. always galngt. (|M-V

;. t"! .OOO"OUOO..OU OOU 0000.. Bryan and Mr.from T.several M. Rivera weeks'returned stayat goods.W. 'removed in the seventh and Wyatt Hon. C. A. Carson and mingled with down I It always goes-up by, waiting' ,
Tuesday a *
See A.flroughtttew J. Steed of DeLand recent went to the box. his many friends in the city on Thursday never cornea-down. "
insurance taxes paid. Green Fla. a
,%h.-Flre Springs, Better paint than Devoet There ;
with three hits before his
: the- Alvey out of four I resuming automobile
:-'M+il '" Rivers Building. 30tf graduate of law department of kp
John M. Lee and daughter, Miss Stetson University, and who has been times at bat was the batting star for journey, going from here to Orlandoand Suppose had waited X20'or- 80 ,
M. H. Harrison has returned froma Mildred left Monday afternoon for staying in the office of Judge Kribbs the locals, while Rood who hit safely thence northward to his home in one for better paint than "
four times out of trips to the I Jacksonville.He years ago a ;5uevoej j
French Lick Indiana where as
to Georgia. Springs, during his absence, is so well pleased many
business trip how long would he nave wait
they will spend several weeks. with Kissimmee and her people that place was the main strength of the was well bronzed by the wind. '
ed T How would be still have to
visitors with the bat. and sun of many weeks in the ..
in he has purchased interest in the open '
C. L. Johnson of Fort Myers, was an ',
Miss Beulah McKenzie who has The box follows and looked the picture of health. ,
the city on business Tuesday. law practice. The firm will be known score : The price a gallon maker"soma difference ,J. w ;
been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. W.
hereafter as" Kribbs & Steed.
Bradentown AB R H PO
Harris, left Monday for her home in A E SUNDAY AT THE ; yes, but not< much it's'the f
of Runnymede
Miss Gladys Brun't! Elliott, ss ____5 1 3 1 8 2
paint that counter) the quality'counts. k ,r
Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fox and Miss FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
is the guest of Miss Dot Makinson.
Haley Ib 5 1 1 12 0 0 It's the go-far that counts. Protection -
Ruth Clark left for Montana
. Arthur F. Odlin. of Arcadia spent A. D.. Zachary, of Sanford who is where Saturday will spend a short- Rood 2b u __4 0 4 1 3 0 I Sunday school at 9:46: a. m. Preaching of property counts more yet. t'
Wednesday in the city. head of the Yellow Pine Lumber company time on Mr. Fox they s: ranch. From there M. Viiyatt. e __4 0 1 1 1 0 at 11:00 by the pastor. It will Better paint. ai

spent Tuesday in the city onusfness. they will to San Francisco to at- Pulliam d8 0 1 1 0 0 be Columbia college day, and the sermon DEVOE ,
Jack Sullivan, of Orlando, spent tend the exposition.go They expect to Gates, p _a. 1 1 0 8 0 will be alone educational lines. W. B. Makinson Co.'sell it. n
Tuesday in Kissimmee.M. be the for about sixweeks. R. Wyatt, p __ 1 0 0 0 0 0Tune.y Lectures at night. A. the eastern
Mrs. Z. N. Parker of Arcadia, who away. on trip 8b ___8 0 0 2 1 2 war is assuming more portentous proportions
1. Merritt, of Oakland was a spent several days here the guest of I! Llghuootlf __ 4 0 0 0 0 0 and as the Turks are involved "

visitor here Tuesday and Wednesday her parents Mr. and Mrs. John M. Engraved cards and invitations. We, Gumprecht, rf 2 0 1 0 0 0 and as they hold the Holy Land, SALE -
Lee has returned home. can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette -:: Molon rf ____1 0 0 0 0 0 it i. freely prophesied that It will LOTS FOR 'j'V
J. J. Whidden, of Ft. Meade, was a office. tf 'Joyner ______1 0 0 0 0 0 eventually result In wresting the Holy ,y
visitor here Monday. DeWilton Alderman and family
- - - Land from the Ottoman empire. Aa
I A. J. Girse of St. Louis was a business moved this week to the pretty bungalow A. S. Gilbert and family and C. W. Totals ____86 3 11 24 11 4 the pastor traveled extensively in all Five Dollars cash and WJMJ' per, If

" .__ visitor in, the city this week. on Clyde avenue from W.which I. Barber.M. he re-. Griffin and family expect to leave in Kissimmee AB R H PO A E these countries, he has been requested month. Orange land ia S-acre. trade,
,_' . cently purchased their automobiles Sunday morning for Alvey, If__ __4 0 3 0 0 0 to deliver lectures Sun'day'nighte on v ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. Hunt of Tampa B. Apgar.. of Hollis; N. Y., was Coronado Beach. Mr. Griffin and Carson, Ib .__3 0 1 12 0 0 the cities of the Holy Land. This series $10 cash and |5 per'saeata. r'ti

spent Thursday afternoon here. among the visitors to the city last Fri- family will remain for several days' Hunter 2b ___4 1 1 5 1 0. will begin next Sunday night. Y
,'day. He wee en route to St. Cloud stay at the beach, ak Will Mrs. Gilbert Porter, ss ____4 1 1 3 2 0 Damascus, the oldest city in the world '**i
G. C. Hilty, of Tampa was a business where he 'will reside in future. daughters Corinne: Ethel and Campbell, 3b-4 0 1 0 2 0 will be the subject. Come and invite MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS. -

,; visitor in Kissimmee on Monday. Grace, and son, Ad. Mr. Gilbert will Stor y. c __ __4 0 0 6 1 0 I your friends. These lectures, while 101 Penneld .St. 7. / "

: W. A. Ellison of New Orlenas spent Orange Blossom Lodge F. and A. return Sunday evening.Mr. McGowan, rf1 0 0 0 0 0, religious, will not be denominational. i
M.. held its regular meeting Monday McAllister rf2 1 1 0 0 0 All are welcomed.
\ Monday here on business. night and had work in the entered apprentice Statesboro. and Mrs.Ga. L.arrievd E. Lindsay, of i' Haynes, p __ _8 1 0 0 4 0 I i i1ftI.q ; ,

. Dan Barber, of was a visitor degree. Wednesday Johnson, cf ___3 1 0 1 0 1
and with H.
Monday evening spent Thursday ... ...
" in the city on - ... "" .... -- --- r1i ,.
H. Driggers and family. They left VV. .. -.q 1I.q N u,
Mrs. A. Robbing Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Total __ __32 5 8 27 10 1 v- ,
4- N. W. Moorhead, of St. Cloud spent George Cassady, Miss Dorothy Cass- Thursday evening for Eagle Lake, Score by innings:

Monday in the city. ady and Robert Cassady, all of Or- where they will visit his brother for Bradentown ____ ____001 100 100-3Kiasimmee -.- r,

It ange Center, spent last Saturdayshopping several day Mr. and Mrs. Lindsaywere ____ _____200 201 00*-5 TAYLOR'S ,
Fred S. Gilbert has been ill again in Ki lmmee. residents of Klssimmee a numberof : i''
.f this week. I years ago and Mr. Lindsay stated Summary-'Two base hits: Rood, ', h
.... Mrs. Walter Moody, of Naranja. and that they might come back here some Porter. Campbell, Alvey 2, Gates. 3 t
'\.. at Gilbert's for cash and save Mrs. W. H. Cauley of Goulds, who ';ime. Three base hit: Rood. Hits appor- 1 .
)'t."t Bur: your purchases. have been visiting their aunt, Mrs.J. tioned: Gates Wyatt Haynes 11.
I'i '4,')I'" Z. Roberson, left" for their homes Miss Helen Jones, daughter of Mrs. First base on balls, Haynes 1. Sacrifice If it's good"we sell it A
./ <.,; B. Houk and L. O. Lewis, of Bar- Thursday.The George F. Parker, and a recent graduate hits: Haynes Tunen. Batter hit ..
"_ *" tow spent Monday in the city. of Oaceola High! School, l ia spend- by: Gates, Carson McGowan. Time: ''
,., business i- Kissimmee Concert Band mem- ing the summer at Chautauqua, N. Y.. 1:55. Umpire: Weaver. If it's in town- we have it I' .
J. M. Stark, of Palatka, was a where she i is
bers are preparing for a moonlight enjoying good health and 'Batted for Mahon in ninth.
visitor here Monday. excursion on the lake on August 16. I having a nice time generally. She r '

Walter, Definite arrangements willl be an- has gained fifteen pounds in weight! '. ':
and son,
P. Connally
last Saturday here on business. nounced later. since leaving Kissimmee. She id now NARCOOSSEE TO SEND 18 Stewart' '
spent playing in the Chautauqua orchestraand The Grocers' ,\
Otis Stevens, of Pell City Ala., was Messrs. Chas. Griffin and W. B. after her return home in about a Phone 250
last Friday. Makinson of Kissimmee, were among month she intends to complete her
in the city FRUIT HERE TO PACKJ.
the well known Floridians transacting musical education. J "

+ W. H. Adams of Atlanta was a business in Orlando yesterday.-Orlando ... "'oW .;. 1I'oWlit *.. & .sVfr i"Sjs="Jfr ,ii sseVfrs.i. .

a.,.' ., -vainest, visitor. here Saturday. Sentinel.Cal can Engraved furnish and Call Valley Gazette We- W. Prentis. secretary and manager - -- .-- - .. _. - -.

%,: -Mra. sons, of Ft. Worth,\ McCaughen left Monday for his office. '. tf of the Kissimmee Citrus Growers '-
,:X 1pe1ut here old home, in St. Louis, where he- will Association, which affiliated with "
Saturday '
:.raar it ;.. : spend two weeks visiting relatives Among the visitors to, the city on the Florida Citrus Exchange, attended Write I for Catalogue Of ': "t;): : WI
,/ ''i '.Bw'L/Mltchell, of Baltimore,>was a While away he will attend! the wed Tuesday night were A S. Gilbert meeting of,the Narcoossee assor _
<;' business visitor here last Friday.R. ding of his sister. .: Thad Oliver, Verner Ellis A. E..Coleman elation'Monday} and brought back' the
and E.. E. Naugle of Kissimmee. information that the organizationthere /
< R. E.: Waterman! of Orlando spent C. C. Robinson and S. J. Winston, They were taken over the city by Mr had decided to pack its fruit in CENTR LBUSINES81 -
last Friday in Kissimmee. of Houston, Texas, have been in the Naugle, who is editor of the Kis im- the packing house of the local associa-

city several days conferring with the mee Valley Gazette, and naturally had ,, ,
in ,
ti B. Crawford spent Tuesday tion.The '
W. stock men in regard to purchasingcattle. the of the while here. Mr. fruit will '
run city be hauled here from 3
to legal :
Sanford attending
Coleman is the night policeman Narcoossee and packed for shipment. ,

F. C. of Palatka was a Kissimmee and he managed to keep] There was little business other than
Cochrane Mrs. H. W. Grady is expected to return '
} business visitor here Monday.J. Saturday or Sunday from a two the Kissimmee crowd out of jail while routine before the meeting of the local FLORIDAKISSIMMEE p
weeks' vacation spent in Georgia. She they were in Sanford.-Sanford Her- organization last Saturday. Capt H. Of pry
of Haines City spent ald. M. elected
R. Yale Breakeriwas vicepresidentof
will resume her position at Dann's department ,
1 here business. the association.
Monday on I
store Monday.
Mrs. G. F. Parker visited friends C. H. Morris and daughter Miss Sylvia PERSONS GOES7 NORTH t +

r and relatives in Jacksonville last Morris, of Grafton, West Virginia,
.... week. I were in the city Monday, en route to BERNARD C. ANSTED B.B.S. Pres. lt S2:
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"' t" Mrs. L. A. Farmer returned Saturday St. Cloud where. they will reside in TO VISIT MARKETS II'

: '.j. from a visit with friends in Oneco the future. I SAND CLAY PAVEM'NTThe W. H. DAWES, V. Pres. Crae1.aU Umverstty ef SMf eld.'f... ;J 4
,. and Tampa.
A. Robbing of this city, who conducts i George W. Persons, proprietor of

t. Mrs. S. F. Schwinn, of Savannah a store and' fish market on the Dollar Limit store will leave Sat;.
of her sister. Mrs. Main street, next door to Lancaster's urday morning for Jacksonville wherehe city of St. Cloud begun yester- '
Ii" Ga., is the Persons.guest has been awarded the contract to builda will take the Merchants & ,Miners day upon the layinjr of sand-oil street 20 Years Experience as Teachers of I 7
r: : p''. George large packing house for M. L. Anderson steamer for Baltimore. He will spend caving. The machinery Is all in place

w'' :. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker and of A and will start to three weeks, in Baltimore New York and today work is going on in earnest. ALL COMMERCIAL BRANCHEs'j; j

'., children left Tuesday for a short stay work with a foorce of men in a week or and other eastern markets buying| The St. Cloud people decided upon

, ,\' in Jacksonville. so. his fall and winter stock of goods. where sand-oil paving after the a Eustic laid Splendid Equipment, Lowest Rates ,
" Mr. Persons, while of the they saw pavement '
'j N. C. Bryan, C. W. Griffin and Arc Frank Goodkey left last week for youngest merchants of Kissimmee one is there by this process. They are firmly Endorsed: By Boards of Trade and Education
after- his home in Canada after six convinced that this will
' I thur E. Donegan spent Tuesday spending system !
one of the most successful. He is
. ',' noon on business in Orlando. months in Kissimmee. While here Mr. live wire and a believer in print a prove a success, and, the rest of the Special Courses in Spanish and Elocution
. ..,' Goodkey bought a tract of land near great county will watch their test of the
er's ink. That his faith in this first
I. n;V S. W. Clayton and Ed Hanley, of the city and will return next fall to plan with interest. \ .
to business is not misplaced is at
.. business visitors here ,
\ Tampa, were make his permanent home. Mr. Good- s
once apparent to one who watchesthe
,: Wednesday. thinks there is like Kis any -
; key no place
steady stream of trade going and
.G' -
!; '>,':" 'C. J. Loomis district director of the simmee. coming from his store. ..

J'.: Loyal Order ois Moose, spent Wednesday Misses Esther and Mamie Aurand, Mr. Persons is an optimist all the
f : 's at Lakeland. of Denver. Colorado who have been time. He never talks hard times; he
their uncle S. and just keeps plugging away and usesa
visiting L.Lupfer
B. F. of Lakeland, spent
'. Thornton family. for several weeks. left last liberal supply of advertising. As a
' /\t.\ Wednesday and Thursday in Kiss Im- Friday night for Washington. D. C., result he has reason all the time to

.1'7.-; where they will visit for some time be- be optimistic.
.. .
;., During the week Mr. Persons '
' ...5 . Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Allen left Thurs- fore returning to their home. has been conducting a sale at his a few warm weather bargains we are

J. t. day for Spartanburg, N. C., where Three white men were fined in store. The sale began last Saturday

a!4 .:l..) 'e.they win wit relatives for a month. Mayor May's court on Monday morn- morning. Before the doors were open- offering our customers t.Men's t. .

p 3-j T. H. Keen, J. J. Keen and J. E. ing on charges of: being drunk and dis ed there was a crowd waiting to get at ,

f't i. Aiaddox, of Orange Center, were visitors orderly. The men who were arrestedby the bargains The day proved to be the
,, Marshal Overstreet Jones largest one in the history of the store
,!'; h. t,7'1, | |n the city on Tuesday. were
I' ,tI Yates, Alfred Benton and A. L. Chan- and the receipts were $200 above the
, : r., ':"(.) '"Fred Bass and Jimmie Miller were cey. They were each fined $5 and largest previous day which was the Palm Beach House Dresses Mens Felt Hats a
..''t .. : slnell visitors to Orlando Thursday costs. opening day of a sale held by the store

10'jQ temoon. In March. This success is due in a Suits $7,50 Kind. $$1,50 $3 Values '
4i ,'t:, f In another column will be found large measure to intelligent advertis- ,
.? ",/>''t' '\' MrL & W. Cobb left Sunday for the official list of text books for the ing and Mr. Persons is ready and willing -

r : Tenn., where she is visit- public schools this year and the pricesto to place credit where credit is due to

.,,,)j iing. her mother., Mrs. Jane Harlan.fiir.A0erke be paid therefor, as mould when he says that "advertising has $5e39 59c 79c $1.50.
the school board. This list made nay business what it is."
: ,, of Winter Haven, was prove of service to parents who may On his trip northward Mr. Persons
I'Olumbia, , q"1
; yT>sitorhera; Thursday. Mr. Gerke.If clip It.out and keep for relielence will be accompanied by his wife and is
',:::. >m< cigar manufacturer when the schools open. her sister, Mrs, F. 8. Schwinn, who is r 'y!,

, Ti ':.XL-j.rJauden. n'd'R. H. Brown, of returning to her home in Savannah. W
Orlando Paint and
*/ 'SavannalvXJa-/: Sunday, In KlsAVAr The is running an advertisement Walr'apercompanJ' At Savannah Mr. Persons will be joined Big Bargains In Men's' Straw .Hats; k p. ,
by' his brother who .
.\' I" 'a1mmee. ,: operates a w s1x y
in tie Valley Gaaette calling atten-
> large store at Mooltrie, Ga. '
'," 't' 'left'this'. tion to. .'aale of wall paper now. in > ;t, ,
tf Mlas EthelLee week for v t *
'' "v Lakeland, where she wOl be the guest progress at their"store .in: Orlando. Fourteenper cent of the women ..; ;;; .: < -
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I s . f f.her sister Mrs., Malcolm Warlmg.Tdriad They say 'that they have a'lafgeasaortmen employed in the undergarment trade Ng C11' :STANFORD, CO. C1 ;
.'to choose from and ;pow in. Paris make a lD8X Id

," ",-t,"" hen.. and MreGoiwin when prices are low would be a good MO ,.ar17.",,: .r.,,"% -v :vT+ '# } ,t- } w v v . .:,....... .. "'1't", ,':'. .. k3 al r t
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I _' : This Page Qelongsto" Our Women- "Readers,1" :

,. REBEKAH LODGE ;1S'I I i Fanny Huling; Chaplain H. Edmund-Alice A picturesque QUAINT MOTOR motor BONNtr'V'hat is shapedlike .. -
"J Thrasher with Brother.
: MOTOR COAT''' AND TAM I I REDINGOTE COAT.The Swabey filling the P. O. chair the old-fashoned poke bonnet.and, tIt '
/ chiffon
of ,
. has a puffy lining
Care 'of Benevolent lodge was strongly represented ',
sits on .
FORMED IN KISSIMMEE by twenty-three lively mem a saucy bunch of flowers ..
Garment of Louis Phi
: Plaid Wool.n Mixture Makes brim..
I bers. Theirdegree team is to be side of the

:J(> Warm_ and Useful Garment.r the Baby InBummer I lippe's Reign I. Again Revived.ADTAJTCSTO highly complimented on the impressive

n ST.' CLOUD DEGREE TEAM AND and efficient manner in which ,

II I MEMBERS TWENTY THREE they executed their work, setting an #l

I.. 111 example of a high standard of excel-
will be t
lency which it Is hoped emu
I II n I I'ART IN CEREMONY OF OR. lated by Kissimmee Lodge, No. 42. ,

I H I GANJZATION HELD LAST FRI. Especial credit is due D. D. G. P.

t Prepared by ho rhlldrcn's bureau. United II 1 I>AV NIGHT.On Sister Simms for the able manner [in REAL ESTATE t'

I buitea department. of lubur.J I which she conducted her arduous du .......................
Food For the "Ru"a out" Baby. I ties. These few words would not be

For .tlio first nine mouths or more ofLa Friday' July 30th, Kissimmee complete\ without reference was madeto INSURANCEExamination
No. 43 of the I. O. O. 1 F. Kelvkah
Lodge, Sister Anna Glover for her untiring -
l Ixib.v'H life when he In growing, at avery 'degree, was instituted by I IX D. efforts in organizing No. 42, and of Titles a

r/l..hl|. rnte. nature. ban ,provided, 1 G. P. Sister Clare Simms, the degree we trust the initiates will endeavor to

a perfect fotxl In mother's milk. With 1 team members of Benevolent Lodge, show their appreciation for her unselfish

I such Imhlvs a healthy development' I No. 23, of St. Cloud, performing the work by prompt attendance at Specialty.

initiatory[ ceremony upon twenty..onecandidates. the lodge meetings and an earnest.
usually goes steadily forward will lithe I
f "r rs The candidates were: effort to memorize the secret and Correspondence Solicited. .j..:.
) trouble. Hut after being weanedall a Alice Thrasher Mary E. Fait Fanny written wOfk.Kissimmee. <

\ too many Ijabli-a seem to suffer I Huling, Alma C. liultquist Lucie J. Lodge No 42, will meet

: (rom a setback while accommodating Mann, Mary 1 II. Summers Eugenia the second and fourth Fridays of each
i Johnson, Albert Huling, E. E. Magee, month.-H. E. S. Robert Riedel''
tbcuiHvlves' food.A .
to digest a new '! John A. Hultquist, C. F. Thrasher, T.
I list of the foods suitable to this I' W. Clark J. M. Crafton Joe E. John- Mrs. Kate Roat has been teaching CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP

period of the baby's Ufa la given Inn'8ter..detofl ston, C. J. Loomis E. H. Johnson, Sunday school at Milton, Pa., for fifty- .

J .. in a bulletin called "1n 4tA Warren Frace. Floyd Tison and T. L. six years. Window and Door Screen, Repair
Curry. The charter members
font Care," published' by the children's and Cabinet Work. --. :
Sisters Anna Glover Viola C. ..
(,. Curry Women inspect as high as :31,000 *
,' bureau of the department of labor with Brothers T. L. Curry, G. D. cartridges a day in the United States 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237 <110-'.

t '". Washington. This publication Is sent Boone and H. Edmund Swabey.The arsenal in Philadelphia.Fiftythree Darlington Ave., Near Freight DepotC.

I" free to nil\ who cure to nxk for it. send following were the elective officers -
Ai A-
Inn their name find address. to the bu for the ensuing term: N. G.- per cent. of the girl
: Anna Glover; V. G.-Viola C. Curry graduates of Barnard college are en- F. THRASHER
I' reau. Secretary-Mary E. Fait; Treasurer gaged in paid occupations.C. .
I The average/ tienlthy' baby of one I SHEET METAL WORKER

year of age/ should be taking live n1'all.
F'kr / e A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. Steel Ceilings a SpecialtyPhone
d Intervals.
a day nt four hour At this hs

period he should have about one quartof .__ 14S-R Kliislmmte. Flfc.

milk dally. In addition he may se. 41: w The Waters & Carson

bare well cooked cereal twice a day 4
Mf beef broth
squeezed juice or once a

f j 1 day some fruit juice once or twice a DENTIST

I day unless toe1 bowels are loose. and
..."" Grocery CompanyWholesale Upstairs in Katz BuildingOffice
dry bread or toast to chew.
4 Hours: 9 a. m. to 11 m.
I As the baby grows and thrives various C ;<. 1:10: to BIO: p. ....

0 things may be added to his diet . .Y Telephone No. 7' June: 11 rr.

Icon 'I'IIa Ol'OaTII 'W01UJr. Tbe> following are sample meal. for a f and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES --

day for a healthy child from eighteen scrims YODEL.Coat DR. W. W. CARSON
Motor coat of plaid woolen mixture: : ,
x' I months to two old (an ounce is
bunt on ample, roomy lines, looselybelted years of covert In redlngote fashion,
I 'r' and with deep pockets at the two table
T a. m.-Milk, S to 10 ounces, pleos of.w'.ba.:1 n_.. These plaits are not stitched Office over Pilley BuildingOffice
...,.. With the coat U worn a tamo'4haDtea' .
<, lout or dried bread.
a of knitted silk plaid. but held In place at the waist line by Hours8-li. 1-f
O\-oran.o Juice 2 ounces I Office 'Phone 161 Rrsldence 'Phone1
10 a. m.-Cereal. 2 tableepoontula cupful a snugly fitting belt of the materiaL 1 Gas Administered for Extraction of

{ of milk, tout or dry bread. The deep cuffs are trimmed with a TeethT. .
: FURNISHING VERANDA. t p. m.Broth. a ounces; meat 1 tmblespoonrul row of tan bone buttons and over the 0440044000000404 4044004444040440
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; " bl. (spinach), 1 tablepoonful 0 4 4 0

H._..... Willow Armchairs. and Pain i ; staJs brad 1 piece: baked apple flaring white collar linen.Is worn a separate collarof 4 WE SELL: 4 4 WE BUY: 0 1 M. RIVERS. M. D.
1 tablespoonfuL 0 O 4 O
t Among the Pe aibllltle*. t. p. m.- ..-... lye Ubl..poonfulal milk. HAY O 4 O
y Bvery wen appointed country house I to S ounce; toast or bread. 4 4 4 HIDES O

w has a veranda terrace: or gallery that 10 p. m.-Milk. a ounces- In cup. (Maybe TIN NOVELTIES.Articles 0 GRAIN O 4 O Office over Osceola Pharmacy
i .. practically an outdoor sitting room. 0 4 0 FURS O Phone. Residence 51

I Unfortunately., however, the best appointments The following rules for cooking and Which Contribute a Gay Not. 0 FERTILIZERS 4 I O O Office 14 8.

r : for these are still/ preparing certain of'tbese articles may In Outdoor Life. p WOOL

f at the select shops, being 'expen..1 be belpful to mothers: Among the decided tin novelties 0 SHINGLES I. + 1
Toast.-Bread one day old. cut In 4 4 AND .. O
novelties or specialties. Willow arm which some Ingenious brain has evolved
very thin slices; slices placed on edgela 0 ORANGE BOXES. O .,
i chain and Gloucester hammocks havebeen Is tbe door knocker Into which thepe..t'
; ? \ a toast rack In an oven to dry. 0 4 O ALL 4 J'tCEO.
greatly J reduced In price, but table .. name or card may be slipped 4 ORANGE WRAPS.oOo. I 0 4 "
Leave door
}. .'. *, garden seats, settles, etc, of good oven partly open. and save,confusion In a borne of many 4 4 (I. COUNTRY Collections and Conveyances
Broth. Of round
steak one pound;
; design are still bl&'". visitors. And now that tbe doorstopdoor 4, VEGETABLE CRATES 4 0 4
;; ? +' On the other hand it la possible, with : of water one pint Put a meat on In portent are so In vogue bricks 0 4 4 PRODUCE Specialties

z a little skill and a great deal of paint, cold water and allow It to come to a are being decorated In gay flowers for 4 CRATE NAILS 4 0 4 111-1 Broadway
boll; then lower the flame so that It'doore 4 O 0 4
to furnish veranda very attractively' the purpose of holding
Iti With little money.A barely simmers for three or four hours. when strong breezes blow. 4004404440040000 4044044044040440 G. F. KRIBBS
Itetnov the meat and add enough water -
A charming breakfast porch can be I A charming idea 1s that of tbe paint.ed
quipped entirely 'with kitchen furniture to make up the original amount of tin cluster of flowers forming tbe We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. ATTORNEYATLAWKxamlnatlon

f y 0 painted and decorated like: the liquid; strain through a wire slave and old time curtain knob or rosette, as Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. of Titles a Specialty. ,

'expensive peasant; and .cottage sets set aside to coot When cold the fat Is it was called. These are only effective Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. Notification and Payment of taxes ..fnonresidents '

which are In;vogue at present' One removed liquid In or a jelly.IIOUeI'pl Heat ce. small leaving'aClear pottlpn . on a'plain curtain and not on flowered We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prices attention.given careful ;X.J.

'of the heavy, plain Ironing tables that drapery, on fertilizers. ._ Klsslmmss. Fls .
when It la time to feed the baby. .
sin b.'converted. Into, a'.ettle'1s the Sure to be popular is a practical ornamental .. '' ',;'-
Keep the jelly covered and on Ice.
;beat type .bf table 'to bay, and the painted tin v lJ.In which Ice I \ 1 :
Meat One tablespoonfuL Take '
:chairs should be of the plainest Get can be packed about any. bottled drinks Pat Johnston G. P Garret
meat, round or sirloin steak scraped
your furniture in the natural wood and be curried out to the tennis courts JOHNSTON & CARRErrATTORNEYATLAW
with a .silver spoon. When ;you have ,
e' and paint it any color you wish, or for a garden tea. Popular. too. are
the desired\ amount shape Into a pat
., \ though green on the whole. Is. moataatlatactol' the long tin horns which ure meant to The of the "worldare
and broil on a hot, dry; spider. When
f ). Make or buy a stencil of summon guests at the ten hour for the eyes Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank
; done add a little salt. Or a piece of
u some simple design; conventionalised mealH. The convenient tin newspaperrack Building .
r rare round or sirloin steak the outer :.SKissimmee
flowers Ilk. the decorations on the will no doubt figure conspicuously r.
part having' been cut away. Is scrapedor Fla.'t
i Swedish or Hungarian pottery are on the up to data veranda.
ahredded with a knife. the whoSAVPESAUSE
;1 food. Stencil border of these around Spinach.-Cook spinach In. salted Water The bird houses of the .painted tin on man tat?
w r your table and on the backs of your If they are put up In a more or 1 less Louis C. Massey T. Plcton Warlow
3 until l tender. Pour cold water overIt
chairs. Paint It In bright peasant colors and drain. Then rub through a One sheltered place, promise to be a decorative Fla.Late R.Counsel R. Com for m. Criminal Judge: of the'i

., and when these are dried go over note of color on the lawn. Painted
sieve. & WARLOW
the decorations with a waterproof TarUlan. tin has also been Introduced Into
Baked Apple. Apple baked three- ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORSAT
C I garden novelties.
Watering of
( pots
quarters of an hour; akin and core removed LAW ,
." This is not work that demands any ; two tablespoonfuls of pulp different sizes for my lady who does Practice In all the courts of the !State! .
t great skill but It calls for time, patience i the cprlnkllng. of her choice blossoms' and of the United States, also before ...
'" tl strained through a One sieve. the Florida Railroad '
Commission. and :
j and neato... The effect cannot but .1
extreme 1 appeal to the fair gardener.The the Interstate. Commerce
Cereal flour
} ''t ( preparations) Cereal Commissloa.y;
'- ;:_ is well worth the trouble, for with garden' sticks come both In the 11-14 Charleston Bids ..

the outlay of a few dollars you will preparation three-quarters of a cupful painted tin and wood as do the weather Orlando. Fla. ''-In. 7
t f t. cooked with one quart of water for '
lave a set of furniture that ;yon could .a_ '
'r three-quarters of an bour In a double M
tot buy for the times that amount, "
\ enough water to keep
41 j Dairy benches and stools decorated moist The cause that flfrt brought grief and DR. M. J. HICKS '.1 4
v ; Ss the same way make very attractive death In the world. I I
Oatmeal. Have of boiling ,
a pint water pandW
I furniture.Fer And Adam and Eve from their
garden In the top of tbe double boiler; add huri'd.Tran.po.d. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON J}

one-half teaspoonful of salt and drop will reveal you a dress of a "lJ{
{ ..,.. Tired the fair Office State Bank Building'Phones
Eyes. tn gradually one-half cupful'of oatmeal
Which to hide while It heighten their problems now or : Office 41Residence ,j
\ One of the simple home remedies for /flakes, stirring all the while. Cook for you 40
they wear."
v t! troubled eyes te hot water. Hot water three hours and utraln through a wire Reverse. It again, and you will soon find will a few hence. ',f

applications can be managed by soaking sieve. Pour on It one or two ounces of A name known to us from time out of years

t' two softxloths In very hot water. milk. mind.
A..r.-E." veil. Leyt.CHILDREN'S J. W. THOMPSON
Place\ on. cloth over the eyes as hot as The following are some of tbe things Look about you-lie men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes,
can: be endured while the other la heatll a baby should not have: Candy cakee.dou&bnute. f.
in the the started in life.
are mea who to save early
Ing. Apply fresh cloth as soon as pastry fresh bread griddlecakes TEETH. FUNERAL DIRECTOR I"

tbe flrst cools sirup or molasses, pork or tough .1.
They kave the and confidence of tbe
reaped eonussfnity. andLICENSED
Dorado add a quarter of a teaspoonfnl meat of any kind bananas overripe Take Them to a Dentist Regularly and :;J

n added to a glass of warm water and fruits pickles, tea coffee soda wateror Insist Upon Use of Toothbrush.It EMBALMER ,j
Then look th. other side the fellows who aD
on -at spend thay;
permitted to cool before makes beer
using, nor tastes of foods from the Is moat important to get
C, '.'. an excellent eye. lotion within the reach family table. children Into the habit of regularly young ssaks- they may hare a good time for a while, bat what does th,ir Store and Chapel Stewart Are.Klss4mmee. . .

r'. ell aU. Cleaning their teeth. This should be personality reflect? Fla. .'Ji"

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I The E-thloe of Borrowing. done after every meal bat sometimes

5 r Far the Army Worm. Some time since a little girt who ; that is not possible. At least the children A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the I

Bpray beaYlly with arsenate of lead lived In a rural community appeared should scrub the teeth as a mat .dens of an honorable, independent career. P. A. Pans Agnew W. B. Crawfof '
for the army worm. Spray the lawns I ter of routine after breakfast and the
at the back door of a neighbor's house Make your beginning BOW today. Your 11
c .r and an plants and shrubs. Do not wait with a small basket In her hand. "Mrs. last thing at night bank book will the VANS AGNEW A CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW f
; QUI the Insects pave way.
arrive as that will be
r Smith" said abe as the neighbor answered Dentists are advising that the gumsas

i n too late. 1Ip.t once and keep all her timid knock. "mother wantsto well as the teeth should be scrubbed Offices 3-4-5-6 Citizens Bank !!IJJ;

J foliage well covered with the spray. know If you won't please lend her a carefully. First, because It Is Just at Building :

dosen eggs. She wanta to put them under the place: where the gum and tooth State Bank Klsslmmee FloH-, I \ ;X

+ Polish For .t.... a ben." meet that decay. begins and, second, !
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Bweet on. one tablespoonful; turpentine "Tut thorn under a hen r was the because friction of the gum brings a LEWIS "" 1-
,\ '\ two tableepoonfula; emery powder wondering rejoinder of the neighbor. good supply\ of the blood to the part :

' ll sit one tablsspoonfuL "I didn't know that yon had a hear and that of course, nourishes] the Kissimmee ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

; "We harent. warn' the frank rejoinder teeth and preserves them. Any simple ......l".ii.
'fz' When lee Cream tleka. of the Utile girt. "We are tooth powder can be used and after Waring Building.When ..

1 ,,/"J.. cream la sometimes frown sx borrow the ben from Mrs. Brown.Christian going to scrubbing the children,should rinse the Capital stock ___________-___________________--ID .OOO.OO ..

a 9T bard that It does not com out of the Endearor World -;. mouth out with clean cold water. ....anee: ore* _____________________._____._ 400000.00 : .;"A

mold'easily,: When this bappena lot ..". '
l j i i mother should remember bow In Need \ t' '
o( a ;
Officers and Directors.
Ir ;'cold'waterroaorartba: .,, outside Important It Is to preserre,, the tint : .. '

h 4 *v f; :" !('oT" the'can. The, w.terJ.I ao much Dip the;;Te brou.Clsan... Brona*. teeth. Any.pot of decay should be C. A. CAR.SON. Prest. J.'M. LEE. Vice Pratt. VETERINARY ,SURGEON' s.4 ; t..;,.
object Into V
,warmer:; than th. tco cream that H boiling atopped,tmmedlstely. The wise. moth -CU TorC.-_ !I .-.rl, .

< xnaKa tt QffldenUy to start troot,aadjdooa.aot water dlppeilln and .rub with a flannel cloth er take bar children regularly'] the M.,KqTZgod Vice PmU: A. RICHMOND> : ,,{J. b''
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J!;: 'toetttlt anongti to spoil'th.., aoepaods:' made from yellows dentist, perhaps once tn six months to ROMA :THOMAS, Cashier Horses Cllppsi.."!' ana 'up'
0. Dry with '
a cloth -
"t and then .
', .",1. --- of the moldi. i> bara t the:teeth'Inspected. Thls.. :- : y "* .'- .
'" y'tl ;. --b ''y"wlrrJ t polish off. tb"chamois. .. :,-.. a :.. .... < ;., ; ::1.-:" ; :.. : Long-man.Road '";

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"L? NOTICE'Notlei ,\ Description ol'ttindit .OWNER Taxes 4k Coat '
: The marketing: and right dlitribn.tlon SKINNER MF&CGv'IS',
IL A. M.the-wu; 'AudlttosrviLota of our crops U the most Important ,

l. hereby oven'that the' following aeecrlbed' lands.., or "BO much WH '.1 of and 8*..of Block Block A,B--r-_"II"i I./- -"' .I, Vounsblood Anttm., Morris B. .;$__..nI'_- ',.lla'a;; -;problem that confronts the far* .1 ; :: '

r .thereof'as will bo necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite N :of Lot Block.o '...I"- ;.X"fc aka t :IIIU.a ____ ,313 tner, fruit ,and vegetable grower of WJNNERBIG., SUIT
to the _mOo to.eth.r>with the cost or such _a.-and advertisingwill NWU of Lot 1. Block, O - red. aw. G ____.-_.....M__ this state.. .
bo sold at public auction on the 6th day of September. A.. 1>. 111S In front Lot 1, block H __.,....-.Il*"-IIIIIl Youngblood Hester .,,_.... i10 Solve this rlghUjr. .. -'

of the .Cltr,Hall. door: atKiwlmm9.* City,- .County-, OsceoU_ ,and State "ofFlortda. _.,I..taDanldk4.U lOCkHt-b----l---..,.Nof "'Clark. Will' Q., ,-Tr-T-t., .,----i., ..,.-- 12.28 ,Create prosperity problem' for. the- rural Jacksonville decision? 1ui' 'just
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')Ii." .. SW cor. of Kwf,t>t 8KS of See;! ,r population, which U 72 per cent of the been rendered in the ,
", ,'t '. . :'Amount' of ,tlon IK. R I?, runs >TU4H ft, district coon for the '
Inscription 'of iand,7 OWNER'I I Taxes.ft CottI .'E.t0/ltiJft. s 114H ft..W 104 i-i fU Cor..el" Haltle'O. ..............:, 11.69 total of the whole population of the 'Unftedfj'
; ., Lot I. Block Q .______ ";:, .__ Cornell, Hattie ,90 ____ LitBep state, and the whole state will be pros of Florida which i. i,
)..n.1 'Add ts.- .... OW 34 or Lot '.1 Block H rl"--- --\ Johns a; J. _____... ,... ,e.. perous. Neglect the marketing problem cance to tho",dtru' (
')t. 8 jJ oor of Bloek' 11. W of R1""., runet J 41834 ft. ,v and 20P4 ft. R of .""lD" and state in that it involves, the patent ,
: .'''' t? 80 ,., W S SO ft,, 19 ,100 ft \, Leonard 1". __......,......r._ 1.'4 corolNW 01 9E3 8..0.' 31. Tp: 26 7 they will;'not,'' they cannot.
IE!p" All B of A. l00-tti>. In Block' 11 ,..Z- )Ia.., Mrs.'E.. A ... ._._..._-_ 6.10 n. d. runs AV 418 Hft N 10IV4 tt. 10 prosper in the state.Transportation . ._ rights to packing house, machinery
<. >.. .. .. T. H, ., 10 14. dad IB .! Hone :peg. 114 ft. Nand"4% ft. W of SB merchant solve this : '
''S cor. ofNWW of S" 11 16 us problem
A..ltI.. SEJi 0. TV. :
'Lot. U I,"3.r 4 and S. Block 1 ._?_. Bass. Mre.: B.!] X _______ 4S.IS R It. runs K 170 ft,'m I CS ft. S'110 ft f of how to sell our crop.. The salt was broug-M.,by,the'H B.|
Lots Cl. 'L and I. block 1 .__.___ Mrs. ]jj..A., ._. _ 16.80 VC< ft. ?_ '___..___. ...-., Hodfea, Miss .__._____. .- 11.10 The farmer fruit. and vegetable Skinner Mfg.'Co. of Pnnsxnn, against.
' Lots 1 to 11. inclusive, block I .._-..__ Bases Mr*. R. J.. ______.__.__--w Beg! SB cor. of Block W rune W 100 ft. - the Florida Citrus Supply Co. and .Edeward' ,
Lota, 1 to 11 Inclusive Block* _?___ na.. "... E. A. ?________,___ 15. 0 N 17m ft. E 100 ft. b 171H ft. ..-> Taylor. Mrs MaffKU _..J_._.. ".11 grower la p leer by hlm1181f .
S 1p t. 1 to 10 Inclv.lva. Block f ...._._ n.... Mn. E. A. _____________ 15:0 .. M. ........U.......Dt".I... la IL A. ,, but organitedy directed by N: Maul of, this city. The in.
.'3 Lots 1 to10 Inclusive Block 1 _--* B... )Ir.. K. A. __.___________ 11." M......... Addltl.a- the> right minds the problem can, besolved volved patent, granted to Fred- Steh-
Lots 1 to t. Inclusive and Lots W and Lot H. Block li ,-_________?___. J. H. Kirby Smith .....__? aa.OI "to the ler and Austin A. Gamble and by them
11, Block t ___.-...........__..... Bass, Mrs E. A. ......___.-_ 17.18 W. A. la + Lots 9 and 11. Block ft _____- Hall E. H ________?__________ 14.TO 1L n. Miller' .-.D.",. .r L.t Transportation people!: banker and assigned to the Skinner concern.: The
filr''. Lot. 1, 3. t. 8 and 7, Block 10 ____.__. Bo... Mrs. TS A. __-.-. 11.11 Block "It"' merchant, the farmer prosperity is verdict of the-court is ,that*
Lots 1 and t. Block 14 _. Bass, Mrs. E A. -._ Itg, Lot 41 Thompson J. W. .:_____.__.__ 6981 With chins manufactured by the,. Florida
i" Lots 1, 4. 6, 8 and 9, Block 14 Slmms. J.: E. B.-g. at-h---------l--------------- your prosperity. ToUr experience -
Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive Block 15 --- Bass, Mr*. E. A. _-....-_ 10.14I : ft. 8 105 ft. E 284 ft. 8 10 ft.?W 19 ft. i in large public matters you can Citrus Supply company and ManU infringe -.
B.. '. RM8.1'dlvlel.R of Let IS of N 185 ft ________n______________ Davidson. A. L. _______________ :2480 help us.Will ,this patent. '*- '
.. Pmr:* l'.'y.e Aadltloa- Beg 82 ty ft. B of NW cor. of Block \ The court has d.clar.dhat' the {t '
Lots 16 and 16. Block A -. Zack Richardson E.t. __________ .11M. run. 8 106 ft. E 28U ft. 8 30 ft.18 you not? ,.
,\f II. P. l>rou.fc.'. Additl.Lot ..- 89 ft, 8 11H ft E 147V4 ft. N 42Vi ft. plaintiff in the suit U entitled to the

." I. Block A __ __________________ Bell A. B. ____________________ 1838 W 40 ft. N 1Q5 ft. W 4J ft. _______... Dann J. J. ___________________ 1085 relief fought by its bill, of complaint
Lot 1 Block A _. __________________ Griffin J. C. ________________ 1'.86 __ _-_________ Atkinson J. B. ---------------- 768V. ORDER voi'K COPY ov TUB LAWS'FLORIDA and a \Muter has been' appointed to k
', Lot. 6.. 6. 7 and A. Block A __u______ Davidson A. L.________________ 9.96 i \v'i.: i.. r'h"f. ;. of Blocks ANNUAL now to b* sure ,
Lots 1. 2. 8, 4 and 6, Block F -------- Davidson, A. L. ---_____________ 18.0' a v.BY "- that you will get one. The Annual will take a state aecollDt'ot the damages, r
Lots t and 6. Block F ______:._________ Base Mrs E. A. _____________ __ 1188 Of Lot I of Lot 7, Block U Harwell Sam __________________ 14 70 be a comprehensive. Illustrated booklet, resulting from the infringement. In
Lots 7 and 8, Block a __________n____ Thomas Walter ____________:__ fl.911 \vt6 ot Lot 4 Bloch ____u__________ Baker a T. _________________ 11.MS 100 or more pages .*ll Inch.*. It will accordance -with'the well established!
"r: Ooceola H...... c'..'. Ile-Mub-Dlv. of Lob 'V ot Lot i. Block W ______________ Allen. C. H. ____________________ 14.10 coyer Nassau uval Clay St. John... ,
iiI"", T ..* N.. Block "..." of It. H. f.nrouaht's W .. ot Lot _. Block Y ____n__ ______ Watson Mrs J ________-______ 48.In Putnam Volusla deminole. Orange. practice in loch. cases, damage may tih
Block T _________, Thompson, J. W. 4110 be collected from the house
AddKlonLot :: Brrvard. Osceola. St. laid. Palm Beach packing et
8 ______________________ Porter. Nathan _________________ 5.20 ko.o Lot 1. Block -OC" :::::::::::: Thompson: J.: W.: :::::::::::::: t.10 Dade and Monroe counties. It will tellthe i in'which the infringing machine is installed .'a But at NW Lot 2 Block "Ii D" '
S. A Addltl.- cor runs resources of each county Including
)u.. Lots'?, 8 U. 10, Block 1 ________________ Blckerdlke ]Ml** B. ____________ 78.4B 8 147H ft. K 60 ft N 147Vk ft. W 60 ft Gilbert. F. a __________________ S,68 kind of lands transportation facilities, a,' well as from, the defendv,
l _________ John ________________ 8 78KH4 All 8 of C L Blocks '- *"".
f'f't' F Lot 4, Block 2 ____ _______ Malory A Ry In 10. 15 roads, and crops .-rown. It will also ant i t
Lot 2. Block 1 __n__________________ ,V. F Johnson ______________::_ 7:68 and 28 _____________________________ McLauren H. L. ______________ 44.89 tell of sports afforded, names of hotels -.. ... .
IV: W% of Lot 2, Block 3 ______n________ Robinson Llnas _______________ 768 Lots 1 and 2. Block II ________uu_ Dibble J C. _______n_________ 8845 and much valuable Information for -.J I
i5, : Lot 4 and 5. Block S ________________ Bunn. Jerry ___________________ 12.ISKV4 All of Block 16 i Campbell Mrs L. D. 14108V4 I winter residents, tourists homeskera ; .. '
of Lot 2, Block 6 ______ I>e> eaux. Rosa Est. __________ 768 of Lot 4. okT;; :::::::::::::::::: Whaley, Ed. _--_--:::::::::::: 178 and Florida farm and townspeople. '
' WV4 of Lots 8 and 6. 131ock'6 -___n_ Howard Walter ________________ U.14 Beg 24 U ft. N of SB cor Lot 1 Block Send your order today with IB cents In Theodore Desch nerGUNSMITH :
Em Lot 1, Block 6 ________________________ McNeal. Jesse __________________ 12.S3 20, runs N 60 ft \V 147 V> ft 8 60 ft. stamps or coin for each copy deal red. ::
ring Lot 4. Block 6 ____________________n__ McLean D. C. __________________ 9.n K 147H ft. ____,______n___________ Hansen R. P. ________,----_____ 1480 11 60 per dozen: special prices on larger -
Lot 6, Block 6 ____ --------- Weaver H. W. ________________ 1281 J. W. LIII,.'. Addition quantities The Annual will be Issued "
All of Block 12 ___r_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_________ Nrlson. A S __________________ 18.28 Lots 10. 11 and 12, Block 1 __n_______ Mclaughlin __________ ________ 11 8S about November 1. 1916. Orders received ,
Lots 1. 2. and 3. Block 16 ______________ Oaulden. Henry _________.______ 24.20 Lots 1 and 2, Block 2 I'aulk. L. 6.19 now will be carefully filled as soon C... lltfc'.m4 PMfa. AVOMM' .iJ r
Eli Lot 4. Block 16 IHSS a strip 46 ft Lot 7. Block 2 -----_-_:::::::::::::::::::::: Smith: -R. C :::::::::::::::::::: 1.68 as the Annual Is ready for the malls ' '

wide off N side ____________________ Anderson, Maggie ______________ 4 11 Lot 7. Block 8 _.__Un____ .___________ Osceola Hdw Co. ______________ 620WH Address East Florida Annual Company 3T. CL.OUD FLORIDA' "
Florida iced Improvement Co.'. of Lots 11 and 12 Block 8 ________ Mrs C. M. Ruch ______________ 4.01 St. Augustine Fla. 11 to Nov. 1 .
Lot 7, Block 4 ____ _______ Gallagher E; P. ___:____________ 995 )re.r
Lotsls'a'nd 24 ___________n___________ Casler M. D. __________________ 24.20 H. 11. Iliitler'. Addition.nn----n
Vtood.ll oyle''. Mub-lm. of lots .II.M. Lot 100 ft. square In NE cor Block 1__ Drlggers H. H ________________ 1111 {
lIT and ..H of .... 1.. I. to.'s Survey K. H .Vaster. 80..' Additlo.Itlocks .- ... -- .. -- .. .. ..
Lois 19 and 20, Block D _____nn_ Plummor, R D. _______________.: 1 64 9 and 10 _. Moody. H W. __n______________ 4111 -\I.. ...- ..- V'" Vi.n. 4r
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Lots 10 and 11, Block Cl _____n_____ __ Ballette, Estelle O. ____________ 2.88 W. ('. Addition "
Wood.II W.rlua-. S.b.-1)Iv. of Lots Lot 1 ____.--___- --__--__ __ __________ Tlndall. M. D. ____n___________ 181 '<1 .
II. 4.1. 44 4.1 of ... I.. I. l'oa Survey K. I. Lesley's Addition ,
Lots 1 to 9 Inclusive Block A Unknown ._ 6 20 Lot 2. ________ Hicks. M :J. _nn_________. 181 tiG
Lets 1 to 9 Inclusive: Block B ::::::::::: Unknown ::::::::::::::__::::::_ 6 2(1( Lot 6 ___nh'nnn_nnuh____-__u________ Newton Miss B ________________ 9.96 THE tEASOHN'H ,
Lots 1 to 9 Inc Block C ______________ Unknown ______________________ 6.20 Lot 7 I Hull 995 Some People;
Lot 1 to 9 Inc Block D Unknown n 6 20 I Lot 85--:::::::::::::r:::.::.::::::::::::::: Bass Oscar :::::::::::::::::::: 401: : {-
Lots 1 to 9 Inc. Block KJ ::::::::::::::: Unknown ::::::::::::::::::::::::: : 6 20 Lots 21. 22. 28 88, 87 and K7 to 80 Inc._. 1>onelan. A. E. __n____________ 17.08 ,
Lots 1 to 9 Inc. Block F __ nnn_ Unknown ____n_____________:::_ 620 A. K Do.....'. !luh.l>lv. of NH of 'HRVi Are Healthy'N
Lots I to 9 Inc. Block O _______n_____ Unknown nn_______________ 620Lots ' of NICM of NVVV4 Sec 3H. To. 3S, :
Block H Unknown 6 20 H :19_
Lots 1 1 to to 1 9 Inc Inc Mock I ::::::::::::::::: Unknown :::::::::::::::::::::::::: 6 20 Lot Block Undermer, C B. 8.79 ; (

Lots 1 to 9 Inc. Block J _________nn_ Unknown _______________n_____ 6 20 Lot k Block 11--.::.-::::::::::::::::::::::::: Hansen, R P :._:::::::::::::: 111 '6app7tt Pros-3
Ixits 1 to U Inc Block K ___ ______ Unknown ______________________ 6.20 Lot 8 Block 1 Prescott. M M. 1.84 They are f f
Lot. 1 to > Inc. Block L __ __nn__________ Unknown nu__________________ 6.20 Lots t. 4 and 6,-Block- ------1-::::::::::::::: Bronson: Wm _::::::::::::.::_ 878 / .. .

Lots I to 9 Inc. Block M ________n____ Unknown ___n_________________ 6 20 Lot 8. Block 1 ...I,._____n__________ Rledel. Clara ____n___________- 1111 and always) meet .
. Lots 1 to 9 Inc. Block N __ __________ Unknown ______________________ 6.20 C:;:. A. C. .o.'. Addition perous, you ,
I..>ts 1 to 9 Inc Hlock 0 ___n_ ___nn Unknown ___n_________________ 6 20 Lot 17. Block A _n___________________ Smith. Kirby ____n____________ 1.11 3bA + '
Lots 1 to 9 Inr Block P __nnnn Unknown ________________n____ 6.20 Lots 7 and 8. Block D __nunn__ Carson C.: A. ____n____________ 188 with smile. 'Some mor r I
J. H. "'..001.11'. 8eb-I tv..1 Lot R5 ofLots Kl.slmmeo >l..!*.<_ ,
.... ''.,.- Ix>ts 92 and 98 ___.__huunn_____ W. G. Hanklss __n____________ 1,40 "* I
W'lV'lY" !. 25 Woodall; J H 178 _ __ Vans Agnew Frank 98 sickly
Lot 8 -_!- -_--_!_-_--_:::::::::::::::::::::::: Unknown :_____:::::::::::::::: 1.04 Lot Lots 96 Zt--- n n:::::::::::::::::::::::::: Oarrett. B R ______:::::::::::::: lit: people are and'" dis*':r ,

Lot 11 Jones L R. ___nnn__ 104 Lots 114, 115 and 118 _h.nnu___ Ledbeiter F. 8 nu____________ 1.88 -<*4'u> ; I J"
arley.. B L 1 84 ........ *

Lots Lot 18 9 21 and_and-_ 10 22-=::--_::::::::::::::::::::::::: Jackson Blake Oeorge, J. F. _-:::::::::_,-::::::: 888Lots 768 .II.Lot Lot 6 1., Block Block Y.rk-4 S Ba Norton.*. Roll Mrs _W. H. ____________ 104 104 e a.. couraged They an. ,dotrPr.411'l! I. a..,',

Lots 28 ---- I.eske Eliza 6 20 Lot 9 and 10, Block-11-::::::::::::::::: Nelson, A. 8 :::::::::::::::::: 1:84 heeL" r.)
Lots 80. ;r.dlt18C 84--,-and- i't.:: fi B ::::::::::::::::::: 9 96 Lots .. 6. 8. ajnd 7. Block 16 ____ __ Baker. J. H. __________________ 111 in the mouth and down at the ; 1' .a'

Lot 18 __ _____________ _________ Wltherspoon. John _____________ 1.84M. A. H. .........'. Hub-IMv. of W un% of . 5UThere's ; .: ,
C. Rlnnenord's. 8ufc-I>lvision of lBe -.t KV4 and SVi of SHU of IIE% of SBV4
.f F. L. 1. (...'. Survey- Hee. IS 29- : '
Lot 26 _______-___ _____ _____----__ Bams. William ________________ 1.84 Lots 4 and .II.Tt.IOa 6 ________________ Norton. Mrs O._____.______.__. 115 a Reason 'i-r
H. W. M.rro.)1" Let B8 of Lots 4. 6, 8. 7. and 8 Block 7 __________ Leland. K. K. __________u______ ..41
F. L. I. ('.... Survey- "
Lots 10 "snd 26 _.---- -__--_______--__ Wayman. Anna ________________ 281 BW34 U.'I.tted of SW %. less- beg NE cor runs I the contented dais had ;
If healthy
l'' ... L. 1. <*..'. "........,.. r....._ H 380 ft W to Hily of S..c, 16, then you want to belong to you ,
Lot 64 8 of Midland Ry --______--____ Estey. C. H ____________________ 1 .46White N B to beg also less beg 220ft 1 '
))..r..I...'.. o"-)>lv. .. Part .aAooftS cor runs N <27 ft. W 110ft better "get in line." Buy and eat our invigorating meats. ';Jhey.; ,
of lo UK. K. I- I. 1 ..'. S.rvyLot. 8 817 ft. B 110 ft Sec. 15, Tp 26, ,
4. 6. 7. 8 and 10 _____________ t'nknown nn_______________ 638 R: 29 ..__ : Nelson A. 8. __________________ till a l .
;"f1 Lot. 11, 11.. 11 and 14 nn__n____________ White. P. O __________________ 818 BWV4, of 8E..-. Sec. \/. Tp 26 It t9._. Voile Mr. J. __________________ 11910 don't coat much and surely do make life worth living. .;a,;:, j'
.1 Bea60 ft W of NK cor of Lot 76 run. E3 of .. of NW34 NW34 Sec 28 ..
a'L W 180 ft 8 189 ft. E 180 ft N 189 ft. Schmlut, wtjhelm ___u_________ 6.60 Tp 26, R 9 -_: --_-_-!_------_---_-- Myers. A. W. __-___________..... 18.10
.' Sub-Dlv. of Let 7. of F. I.LotsS N of
r. Irteken. Beg 4 J7% chs E and 14yds 8W ...
". .....,- cor of SW V. of NWU, See 28. Tp. .,
'III. arTd ______________ JJcLauren H. L. 11,14Beg. "
__ _
\ -'tI. 9 10 --n -------------- 25. R 29 runs E 140 yds N 70 yds.W I.
'-'t 106 ft 8 of NW cor J.olt8n.ok FL. 140 yds 870 yds __u____________ Omdorf. R E. __________________ 1.41 I
lQ'k: : 1. Go's Survey, runs 8 W. H. KI..'. Knb-mv .f Lot 57 of 1C.Lots ,
__ ______________ l/e CentrarMar.kel
106 ft. W 187*, ft. N 106 ft. nn Hammond. N. n 141 1.. I. ('0.'. ". "'.,- t i
W. II. Former's H -".h-l>lv. of Lot T., 1 and 2 ___uun________ Burney H ______________________ 1.88 c.
"'.. t. Prospect I'.rk- Lots 11 and 12 ___ _________"*. McNeal. J. ________________ 4.01
, Lot ? Alvy. Sallle _____n_____________ 184 18 nu.. O 1.61 "' .....
"; rrosuecf-Park------Kelnsj-------h -Diy ;;-of Lot Lot 17 :::::::::-::::::::::--::::::::::::::::: Port eNIih ::::::::::::::::: 1.64 ... "la the Halt of tie ._rera."r"Ie :-t'

,.I.' : Lo. 81 and S3 of K. 1I.. Co'.. II.1t't Lot 86 and a8 ______________nn____ Martin a -.--________________ 401 _. ,.' ." ,

t;:': .....TLot. 14-___n__________________________ Downing 8. W. ________________ 1.88 Lot Lot 18 87 -and-: -:'-18--:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: James Livingston a :_O.-.:_C.-.:_-.::::::::::-.:: 181 1:84 Theie 209. .... :*18"*Broadway.; <- .

.. Cady. A M t 2S ______________________ 1.81O ,
Lot 18 : --- '- Lots 39 and 40 ______________________ Love, B.
-- ;
1'- Lots ll. ll.:ii. dJi'n B. ::::::::::::::::::_ >8 28 '

Lots 41 and 44 ______________u_______ English John __________________ '.61 sW-LU
...__....r'. Sub-Ulv. of Blocks "D LLotl Collector Klsslmme City Fla. r

'I.1.J'. .? rid L"-________?-?_____ _______ Rivera Lucy ____________.____ 8,18Lot By J. K. GILBERT. D. C ...ooto..o.. o..ot. 0 o. ." It A 0,'" ...,. ,i)...t., ., .: ., 1 e .;,
_ . Sanders Daisy 4.01
S II -- ------ -------------- '
of Block-B--L---------- : -- Bamons, Alonso ..*______...____ '.'6hoVmsker's 'l',!"

$ labDiv..f Block' iI L'- SORGHUM. ,4
Mack W. __ '.11' PLANT V1 "
t..) ,Lot Lots i.nlliiiiiiiiiiiiii gab-Div..f Bloc--- Lo-u-i.nir. __iiiiii,..iiii 1.8a PRODUCE MARKETS ,... , I ; I "-Jv

"5rrkee". \ ___-__---"-__---_____"-_. Porter. Nathan _____________.__ 610 EARLY AMBER SORGHUM is oat of tb.6a6t. ferage crops t hatcan ;\..
Her. 60 fl. N of SE; cor. of Block "T L"runs BY 8. L. LIGHT be in Florida. Broadcast bnshel T. this t .I ,
W 90 ft N 60 ft E 90 ft. 8 60 ft. Davis, 8 L ________________n__ 8 8RWtt grown per acre.. you '
t" of Block "U L" n________________ Cochrane. A. E. -_______________ 1470Vo.ters may add half a bushel of Cow P.... Fine for tJ !loads of fire stock I i

;\ \ A tnrson 9ab-Dlv. of MZ L ALo'ts'lTnnd this state and fall in our county. Where will we and good for the laad. $&.00 per bushel delivered. '!

14 __-_______n_________- Brooke H. F. __________________ 816 The United States find a market for them? Marion / -<'t.' ;). :
I' the different county governments '
W ''
NB cor of Block C 8. run
Beaat 99ft. S RO ft E 9t ft N 60 ft __nn Allen C B. _________________n_ 6.60Ben have employed twenty lady demonstrators county can have yearly for sale a half 1
at fIV cur of Block 4. run N 160 Florida to help our young million bushels of corn, a million
,1 NE ft.. :W cor 95 Block ft S 150 4 runs ft E S 96 160 ft.(;t.also E 96 be ft.*. ladies in canning vegetables and in bushels of peanuts and 50,000 head of KILGORE SEED COMPANYPLANT ')t ,

Jarrell A. B __ SS 42Lot. economics.The hogs. Only find us a market at aver- '
C N. 150 1 and ft 2.VUI b6 ckft6 ::::::::::::::::::::: Ford,Jvilllam; IL--:::::::::::: 1690 home the state and OTT, FLOtUDA. .

' & 41 _ ___ ________ .. __--_____._?--____ 15 90 United States ,\
Lois 4, 6 and 8 Block I-_-nn__--_________ T J nell E.t ___________u___ 2420 the different county governments have oooooooo.ooooo.ooooooooo..oo..o. . . .. .. . ..... ,
1 and 2, Block 8 ____________n__ arlnsr, 11 I), ____________ n__ 288 employed thirty-one men demonstrators Send Your .'.
Jots nine k 13 __ _________ HnsB. C C. ____n______________ 4320 us - - ---------. ;
of --
All 88 ft. off N end of Block UhU 18 __nn____ Tlner W R. _n_______________ 194613ra to teach our boys and farmers to 4,
NH ft. K 100 fl. N 100 (t. W 100 ft __n Mrs Print-Ilia Bass Est. _?--____ 28.96Lots methods of farming and to aid Orders For
4' Minx Julia I A. ___- 12.J<
' 8 1 and and 4 2.: Block Hlock 2 22 ::::::::::::::::::::::: Mrs 'C. A. Minx est- --::::::::::::::: 620 our farmers in the prevention of hog '

Lots Lots 2. 8 and 6, Block A _________u___ Emma Bans ____n______________ *" 4B cholera. etc.Ninetythree. _
Lot 1. Block II __________ __________ FlemlnaD.. Est ________--______11.14 thousand dollars hag I BEAMS May Lumber Co. "
Hlock B -_ ___ _ __ --__ Koblnson. Elizabeth ____________ 24 2'NW tor ,
u Lot Lots 6. 4 and 5. Block- U 'n- _________ McLean. O C. ____________n____ 8808BeK been spent in one year in this state FIRE ESCAPES,,
NK of Block M run W 99 ft. by the U. S. government the state CHANNELS
81\ ft cut K .9 ft N 60 h. ---_--_--_-- Smith. J H. __________________ 2925Beir and county governmenta to help the Wholesale aid Retail Dealers Ja i ,
60 ft 8 of NE cor. Lot 1 Block M, ANGLES AND
W 99 ft. 860ft. E 99 ft. N 60 ft Smith. J H. __________________ .9.76 farmer produce larger crops, etc.
8 86 runs ft of Block N and h.."". at SW cor. Good very good. ALL SHAPES :
of of Block Way of N I <.ft 8 R)19.. V4 thencH ft K:NK to Right along The state commissioner of agriculture YELLOW

of to K Hdy of Block N. then says the farm vegetable and BOILER PLATES
'W Ht to bea way __ __ __ ______ ________ erV. .M __________________ 4** L5 the state for the
Lot 2 W of Its In Block V _______n___ Bass. N. .,. ____n______________ 6.88 grove products in TANK STEEL Shingles and Laths
last An increase
$83,000,000. -
season was
3 and 4 I' and Lots 3 and GALVANIZED
Lot.4 Block Q -Oll--_-__--___--___ Mrs M M. Maklnson __________ 9676LotVs'and" of 25 per cent in one year.
________Add.Tr___--___ Alfred Oreer Bat.------- 7 BLots Twenty-six million six hundred and l4
11 and 12 ______ __- ___ ________ Chandler Florence -___________ 1470 thirty-two thousand dollars worth of ZING SHEETS '
South Florida It. H. Hi r.ey- fruits and raised and AU we ask bId ns figure oa estimates.Courteov.1 ;f
__ _________ ___ vegetables
Fractional Block 1 ____________ Bass. N F. 996
All Lot 7. Block 7 unU____n______________ Hicks, M J _________Un_____ 28.96 shipped out of the state last season.Twentyseven TRUSS RODS Attention and Delivery. ;
I Lot 8 Block 7 __ __--________ --------------------Kul Mrs. C. C-- 48.20 million six hundredand STAY BOLTSSTRUCTURAL
II' and HW 2O of Lot 8, Block 12__ Taylor, J. M 142 IK .
I 'j I Lots Lot 8 and 7, Block II __._____un_ Au tman. 8 B. __________nn:: 83.68 fifty-six thousand dollars worthof Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.
- Beg. 92 ft. 8 B of most northerly farm products poultry and dairy ,
Block g19 IRON WORKOF .
cor. of run. H 47 deg. H products were produced in the state I .
J' 60 ft. S 48 deg W 78 ft. N 47 deg W KINDS
10 ft. N 43 deaR 76 ft nnn____ Bas. Rull -----________________ 68 60 last year. ALL
, Beg. most southerly cor. Lot 2, Block Not a cent was spent nor a single '
19 runs N 43 dea- B 75 ft N 47 deg soul .employed to help the producer to ALL HARD WOODS
W 71 48 deg. W 76 ft. 8 47 deg.Yr .
J.> H 71 ft __________________n________ Bass. null ______________nn__ 19 H market $26.632,000 worth of fruits '
___ __ .. Bas. Rull _______-______n-___ 2896 and vegetables and help the farmer LAUNCHES .
r 1". LLoots6'1 2 ands 8 and a drip 6 ft and 4 the dairyman and the poultry man ob-
Inches off NE side of Lot 4. In Block DORIES AND
_,"' 20 -______________n_________ Maklnson W. B. ___-__________ 238 65 tain better markets and dispose of
" All of" Block 28 8 F R R Survey and $27,656,000 worth of products.One SKIFFS South Apopka Citrus Nurseries.\ ka 'yv
Lot 1 of Wm. Cannon' Addition____ Thurman H. W. ______________ 71126 ,
",,' Wm. .........11'. Addition hundred and sixty thousand BUILT
iP'I Lot 8 and NW% of Lot K ____n____-_ Griffin J. C. _n_______________ H.fO dollars was appropriated by the last ORDER
and 17 less a strip HH ft. Ocoee. Florida
" : wide i.o1r1 N end _ Johnson. C. F. _____________r__. 4118 legislature to take care of the can- BOILERS AND ... ;
--- --
- ---- -
: Lot IS _______________________________ Willis. Gabe ___________________ 1218JJStlT ker worm but not a cent spent, nor an '\
:L' (.. Ad.Ulo r effort made to that the TANKS BUILT TO
""" see orange
," 2. .. 4 "and 6 nunnn______ W B Maklnson Co ____________ 47.96 '
, grower gets the full and best value ORDER All the leading varieties of
N. T. D. AddNl.r .
,.t'j'! Lot A -Wt._______-___________________ So. Fla. Lumber Co. ____________ 8.78 for his orange crop. PUMPS FOR ALL .
f/ Beg. at cor. Dakln". Tohopekallga Av- Why are the fruit grower, the vegetable Orange and Grapefruit trees itt
t' I enues runs' N easterly along Toho- and the farmer sick
.t; pekaliga ave. 178.6 ft N 46 deg W grower FORCE fine condition at the very lowest P
In southerly direction J I unto dispairTThe '
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"'r'i to beg. _.._________.?.-'______...---- Oaceola !.umber Co. _________ IKS question that nine out of everyten FOR ROAD WORK prices. 1 <

.'.4. c.r: 1.B.-3. >. III 6. 7. 6. 11. 11. 11. 14. 16F farmers and vegetable and fruit AT ALL TIMESPUMPING The rainy season Is the best v i

-t. 11.I 17. 11 h. 10. I' U. U. 18. n. 10. -- growers ask is. "How can we get bet-
'< _.'- 31, 11. 33. ,p34. 86. 18. 1'.18. I'. 40,41. ter sales for the produce we are mak- time to set trees. Good trees, set It' ;
'\\o j 4a. 46, II. 61. 114. 61. II', 61, '.. I'. 80. How find market for .T. KINDS 'V"' '
ing can we a iuti :
"' II. 8a. 88. 87 f.. 711. 78. now keep one years .
'' '.'. q n. .78*.' 7ll to', ti and788,37t_.-__IIlSo. Fla. Lumber Co. ..__.-.__? ".01 our crops? What profit is it to make ?* a
i.j' Lot"ll ,___-------__---_--___________ Ledbetter J. O. ____-_,._____ 8606 better crops without having better advance of the same, kind, of tree [

.I,1-",;'J;-',, ..,', o'o.ltew.e Lots 4 and A O'JIII'Block. A..IU.C __.,...________- AlTT. C. I* ___?_ r--.n--T-r __ 146 I market.T set uext fall.' Send today for catalogueand '< .. ., I j

"Lot Block D ___ Harwell !lam -----------_._k. '..781t" There will be in Marion county '.
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':I. 1" _______ _8.0.Brown. I. F. __________ 11.11 more than 100,00 bushels of corn for lowest price list to. above address.' ft ::1: "

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Minimi: n 11. M ilium. tint*' t' iUkftf"shall''.Two' 'Hun- etatvtes' of' the 'State' of,'Florid* .aaaforesaid. ADaMMlSTIlATOfCB. WOCI TO CELL ( COVW'JUDICIAL'S1'ATIS 011 .;.'.I '.'

" dre'tly 'Tbotuand uno..uo.-. thea.Slid bonds shall be .Issued 'a :. t. '
S : aooordlnc to law withoutdelay- ..11.1' I on'ICOLA" 4'OVJTr. ,' ;'
Legal l and the shall before aScii Issuance ,IN ( ',r
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,The names .1.r! of the:tnoorporators Counci by, Ordinance for Sits in' cotrr or C--"IDR' T. D.s5.c..dpiaiaa5
1vt :of. this retirement lt said Bonds at Maturity or "laIOA IfT- : i He'.. 0. 0... 'asdiJLjf.' :

Advertisements \ gether with the amount t : and for tit* payment of .lnt.r,. ,upon " D.-i., .
: :_ : tn .:. fa 'La.i.ur .u.r' .
.orlb. for by each., are-aa -:...m. S. re K- tate .( *._ Jiush.Il. ., ;. .- '. 0.4 .r f." .'; ,
Tucker In *... this ..,_, S 1 .. . '
) open 10tl'4a filed IittbI' "
i M111 n i n 11 M 11111111NOTICH Ill .h.r.Wa.. 11.; ot,. .. .101 , Notice I.hereby clven'to alt 'whom It 5' .appearing by affidavit ',I
. O. CarsOn Klsslroraee. O'F..tRmB9': mar concern, that -Emory Ru.h aaUuardlan abOve stated e.u that 1
;t I ''We all I Of I1VTRIIITIOI* '..0 APPLY .h re -- _, Faa, UI.hre.I.J (Neil)' of th. Estate'oC Frances Lamar -i Bailey rm..d.Bailey.'r..ld.l1 tt.endba'I
Jeadlna are
cany tile liu.h. Minor will on the lltlt day anti
,Klsslmmee, Fla. Of the tty of Kissimme.,
of AugustA.. I>. 1915. apply to theHonorable but are : '
varieties of. Farm, Field and f I' Tl'CKKH MMICK- COMPANY 1. Jl. GILITERT.S ; the Florida one.aU'
WADm T. M. County JudgeIn : '. process '
.t '",,Gaixlen Seeds that bare. been Notice Is ''hereby; --given that the A CARSON.TtYCjC1I1. Approved City Clerk this of KI..lmm.e, ; Jul/, ,AJ and far laid Jurphy.' ,.t his OClO.I.In .th.m.elv.. upon :.of' .t"w"ot.." "

k hated and known to be, es-, Undersigned will app1yto the Honorable ,. li.. LRSLE. D. 1915. Kl..lmm.n lit .ald County, I f.ndnl. tb.m'thanda. .

.lt \ peclallr. adapted. to Florid* Park Trammell Governor of the STATE OF FLORIDA ) n. n)At. o'clock the matter A.-M b.a.heard soon ther..attr a*I' on. : It : "
defendants "
State of Florida on the 14th day ofAu.u.t. Mayor: of -
oil ,and climate. COUNTY Or" OSCEOLA V. tol.N. at public or private .le. bel.ndthar"blfe'"f :
I D. mil. for Letters Patent said SBIS? flV.a'I'n before
described real estate '
Incorporating TUCKER URICK COM On this day personally appeared before T. II. R. Mar. Mayor of said City, do A.I .
PANT me, an officer duly authorized hereby proclaim and declare that a County. to-wit: the 6th day
under the following propo.ed to rws O. ,
II. charter. administer oaths and take acknowledgements pedal election of the qualified elector Block Eighty-four ((84) of the Florida: ; otherwise. .ihe .
roULTRY FEED J. W A DID TUCKER. J. Wade Tucker C. A. Car- of ...ld. lty will be held. at the Land and improvement Company Ad*. said bill wIll b.. taken as confessed by '.

vi $ I'PMICSIKCUIIATORS (\ A. CARSON. soo and K. LLesley, personally known City Council Chamber In said City, during dltlon to the Town of Kl..lmmoe City.Which ,' a.d. difend-nt. this order
KTO.CONKKY K. 1.. LESLEY. to me to be the persons descitbedinsoil the regular hours of vltlng. on the application will be baaed uptn' It ie furthot ordered that .
i iII four con-
who executed the foregoing Ar 7tli day of August.. A. 1>. IftlS upon the the. p.Utlol for .uch sale now I be published once I "e.1 for' ...' Vat- :
tin'of Incorporation, and being 1 question of loan of Haventy .. week. t.i KI.Blmm.| -
4' & PKATTS PROPOffKI ('nA RTICK OK TUCKKIl duly severally sworn* each for upon him.elfacknowledged Thousand'mtr..tnl 1 Dollars In the Dated July J5, A. D. Uf. I .cut. a n..p.p"r publ.l d in

; MUD1CINUH Hlllt'K COMPANYThe before me the execution form of Fourteen Bonds each for the J. said county and MtatiThin -

under.lgned hereby ansoclate ; thereof for the u..-. and purpose'stherein sum of Five Thousand (IB,000,00) Dol- BO-S Ou.rdlan.Lll. list day of Jul) 1915. .
themelvitogether for the purpose of larand to pledge the funds, credit (Ct. Ct. 1..1).) J. I. J..HHfHIFT.Cl'k .
WRITE: FOR CATAIXXJUIS forming a corporation under and by'' .Rxpr..I.'Vltn" and official ..polI'W ] and property of the City for the redemption .. NOTICK CI. unit tourt.E.

AND WKKKI.Y IM.UCH virtue of the Laws of the State of I'lot nt .- O-ceola County. Klorldn. of said Ponds; the proceedsof B lirumrlght.
LIST Id... and under the following proponed day of 'July, A. n. 1916. said bond to be expended In thepaving I. t.. Estate of ('. F. !I. $u'lIt'it'.r I : fur Cniiipliilnant. 33t.

: Charter: ( MOM THOMAS.Notary grading and curbing. of'c..r- Deceased.N'otice .
Article 1. I'ubllc Plate of Florida. ,.II streets In said City and the re- to beret,>" gIven that .. the I.I'OI HT OK tilt \'r\' .JlIHiE,

The name of thl. Corporation ..hallbe f commission expire.. tin< n:iit if certain outstanding Indebted widow of the above named C. /T4TK i .(111-
t Oldest established and Largest TUCKKR R11K-K COMPANY: and It.iirlnclpal ]; March Ii. 1919. n" -."". K Prevail Hr. who died Intestate. I Oflt HO I. < Ul :
place of bu.lnc.. .hall be In LEWIS O'BRYAN. aid Bonds to be Issued upon the will the Honorable
1 Seed House In Florida the City or .. '': County of O.ceola. Attorney for Incorporatora. 81-4 terms and In the manner set forth Inlaid T. "tnun hrII II080"on Judge of I. na Estate of AaroKeei.bur,1
Florida with liranch office. In .uch He.olutlon. County. hi. ornc. NoJIre I. hiTi-hy l\en lo all whom
place. In the United State or The following qualified elector are In the Court Kl.fiJmmee. Florida It may concern I hunt nn I In10th day
3 L A. MARTIN SEED CO. nlace: ;; : ,,,, countries as the directors PROCLAMATIONOK hereby appointed to serve as officersof on Monday, the 16th day of of "..bruary. A.: II IPI6.> 1 .hll .Ul>l.v
/ may determine. sold special election I : A. I). 1916. for the appointment tult to the Honorable T. M 11 u Judge

Article II. K. K. McUee. 3. M. Oarflner and J. W.Itill mlBaloner. to a..lll my Dqwer of sail Court aH Jild"e of 1.i.I' for
: 206 Kaat Bay Btreet, The general 1 nature of the buslnea. to Inspectors. and H. N. Bratton, In the said .. to mv final discharge an .\, ,, ofthe
hit transacted by said corporation shall I SPRCIAI. MI'-UrlPAI BOND Clerk.II which time and place dll parties In .."Ial. of Aaron K..u" ileceniied -
V JACKHONVIL.LK FLORIDA be to buy aell or manufacture brick KL.KCTIONUnder witness whereof I have hereunto I interest may attend they deem I and that at that present
and paving block of .all kind. and nature ...' mv hand a. Mayor of said City and proper. to .aid Court nt)' final account, a.Adinlnliitrator .
( ) what.oever. and to acquire ..ndo"'n caused the Corporate of .al' City I 50-41 SARAh A. 1'HEVATT. of said r.tnte, and ask
and by virtue or tb* 8..I
T It or lease any machinery OCCCRRILFYeither authority to be hereto aII".d. the .. attested I for I heir IIllprovII
; directly or Indirectly In said vented In me by tlie following re.olu- by its this 20th day of bated AUI. 1 A I iii 5
bu.lne. and to .ecure and own patent lon of.. the Counci of the City of Kl.- July. A. "1>. 1916. NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION A. I'- lJtujU,1HT.

and formulae whenever. same may be to-wi: I Seal) H R. MAY.. 331m 6 m _Administrator.
HUB-MY-TISM deemed a.lviiabIfor .uccneaful operation A HKSOI.I'TIOX Mayor of City ...... ... ef (h* ..'..rl.... U. ". Lied
of unld hufclne.. or for the protection A resolution providing for the IH.U- I Attest of KlH.lmmee OfOrc at CialarBrllle. Klorld. IX ('0' HT 4)5' < '. \ of II,.. IntercNts of the within corporation once bv the City I of }Kl..lmmee I J. n O1LBERT.Cli Jmlr 10, 1015. JTI'ATK OK ,c I )AOKI .
1 Will cure Rheumatism Neural ; 10 engage In the outlines. of Honda In a certain amount for the pur- rk of City of Klsalmmoe. Serial N.ber S KOI.% f'OIT:

ift Headaches ColicSprains.Bruises.CutB and to enter Into contract for. .the l... of rnl.ln" fund. for the use of
Cramps grading. laying 1 paving building nnd ail! city r.r .. ptirpo.e of Pavlni, A ItIi.OLL'TIONVhcr'ns. Notice Is hereby given that John W. I. r. Esisi. .r Ere. in ltriiges' t

., Burns Old "n..lIu"II"n ..r road. highway) ( Irndlntr and futblnK reilaln street. In \ I h.' (Council ha. this day Campbell. of Lourhman. Florida who, N..I... I. hi'r'I,, is ,'I In "II whom
street" and .Idewalk, to buy aell, stud <"lt\ and th. lellrenietit of ciituln ,. , Rnsolullon on February 18. 1910 made HomesteadKntry it ('Ohiu'dI ui t hat ii' 1 hi uial'of :
Sores Fetter Ring-Worm Eczema .. Indehtedne. .. in i.-iitly adopted a entltl.d. No () of and ; : ,; ,: lh'I": :
niannue, i. nc and develop land. und ol'"nln" of Kiililrll "V Providing for theMinimi. 487. for NEW SKU, Fe'turiury. ,t I) I 1 riiiiilvto
Antiseptic Anodyne conduct n general' real entitle hu.lnoNHnnil \ '. Fubtnl..lnn of I tin l t.H."lullo. of Kls.lmmi-e of H0! <4of NE"4 Section 35, Township 25 Ih' llnriuile T \ 1"'lh\' .lui..
etc. v
to buy and, soil land, on Its ownicrount .eMlmi ofuch l-.iiant'e fo nil eler- : In ,,..'1'I" for the South. RaiiKa 27 Ku-t. TailahasseeMeridian .r ..Id ...ut.I its .1. ..,.'. for
::4 owed internally or externally. 2Sc] and on comtni-nloii. to build ion of Die iiuallfled, ..1.,10". of sijiuliity 1.1.'" nf ',ii sing .\unt" the u.i. purl" of hii. filed notice of Intention my fliuiul I .tIs, h.I gi' \Indnl"t"tor
0" own. Improve and develop land.wneil , . pur-mint, In Sertlon. lufil & ]OIL'it ; .niil' < 'lty for the of I'avln to make Flvc-> ear I' oof. to e.tabll.h or estete uf I En: I. 11 luigi's. .
> IM this corporation. to manufnc-" ( the ( ii-neral Statutes of the State ofKlorlda I !ii.iillim; and (',,riing purpose certain streets claim to th> land above described, be- (....s-uI .n,1 nl I". .,Iii, i II"I I wil
LET US HAVE YOUR BILL I'UI e lumber. llrnher. naval ..I........ of 1906. In sillil City, nnd the retirement of certiiln for. Pli-rk of Circuit Court. at Kl.almmi.i present to paid <*.u" I niv final an ,

WE WILL SURPRISE YOU ro-". -tle.. turpentine 1 timber product. \Vherea.. It I. blue Intention of thei.ltb. otit-tandliiK Indebtednesses of said >. II'Hlda. on the 26tb day of Au- a. Adntiulstrut.r of sulil, iHtatf. anil ask
n_ ind to lease, hire own and act aa [ 4oiine11 under the provt-loii.". .r flland, for the submlanlon of theju gu.t. for their approvalaled ,
\ .... broker factor or agents In the ( I of 1lllma,1 name as witnesses: AUKUHt 2lil. n'l 15
purchase 'ha"I,1 6361 .w. Florida. Act. of < --tlon of aurh issuance to an election .
l' sal. manufacture and 1911. to .. the properly ow ncr- I of the juallnctl elector of the said CI..m."t T. Sullivan. of LouKhman A !I': I niiOt'CHT.

If you want material we manufacture lion of real property and product aiuttiug'rtain streets.! or part. of ('its. pur.uant to Section 1061 & 1062 Florida, 35-1 m fi mo Administrator.
: thereof and commodities good. waresand within the city, to pave gradenod elf tin- n..n.r..1 Statutes of the State of lo..r. O. Hancock. of Loughman
J from the stump and can save you imrchandl.e of every kln<1. Includ- curb the flame. loilila NOTK'M ()' AIUIN ITnATOR-

j I Guarantee grade and hue naval' store blacksmith' ..ndcoopers And. whereas, the City wil have to THJln'oIU;. BR IT RKSOLVKD BT W I .Sullivan B of Lourehmnn. Florida, Kor 1'.1 11.. .
moneyWe tool and Ch.rl.. .mb. LouKhman. -
Implement and sawmill bear the entire costs of Improvement OK TH B CITY OF K1SKIMMKE '
( h! workmanship to be to the Stand l tool and Implement of all sort.; at the Intersections of the : i ida. I. Court of Couaty .d.. Stale efFlorida.
up .. . .. ROBERT W. DAVIS. .
In nrkMtatM anti nn,4.itt W mlll *! streets, and at least one-third Section 1. That should the iH.uantveof Coaaty.1m .
-- '' of th .
L' '. ard.V.A l Ing mill.. nri\ii--bu.\ .... Incident; cost of the r.matd..r of such. improvements said Fourteen Bonds, aggregating the 30-6 t Register rr B.late of
thereto to buy raise and sell rattle ; total sum Seventy Thousand ($70.000 00)Dollars ) Walter Ba.. Kr.
: and live stock of all kinds: to purchase, And. whereas, In order to provide I be authorized by the qualified Notice Is hereby given, to all whomIt
:1 1 deal In beef and beef products; to own. funds to the present outstand elector of the City at the special election NOTirK OF ADMINISTRATOR may concern. that on the twelfth day
: Yellow Pine Lumber Co. hold and sell lands for pasture and : n r..t. past due indebtedness to be proclaimed by the Mayor 'F.r 1..1 [)l ek.ra..> of A. D. 1 I shall apply
flih I. C..rt .1 J.. state ef 5M
cattle range: to own. operate lease City amounting to approximate under said Resolution, this Council a. to R''a .. T. M. -

f: Pronptaeaa Our Watchword. hire use and maintain docks wharves, ly 15.1)00.00; It will he necessary for pledges itself to expend the proceedsif In re estate 11..1.Pierce. Oaceolacounty. of as Judge. of pr.l.t... for
elevators presses tank*, storage the City to contract a loan for suchpurpose ( said Bond for the purpose as setout my & as A the
nnto I..t
I ...... It3. Klaalrsr-ee. Fla. facilities of every kind receive and secure same by bonds of In said Resolution Notice la all whom estate of Walter Bass, : deceased;
hereby given
. profits and tolls therefrom; to buy. sell the City; O. F. RISES It that the 20th and that at the same I will pre
- ---- may concern on day
handle for Its own account or on commission And. where.s, the City have to President of the Council of sent to said Court my final accounts
turpentine, rosin and all kindsof bear the entire Initial ..wil of suchgrading. the City of Kta.lmmee. of November. A. D. 1816. I .hall apply ss Administrator of said estate and

Malaria I or Chills & Fever navsl i stores timber and agriculturalproducts . pavlns and curblnsr. and the IR..U to of said the Honorable court a. Judge T. M. of Murphy, judge for for their approval.Dated a.k

: to operate stills "at.'r shutting property will" be assessed Its J. H OILBKRT.Cltv final discharge a. Irobat. of June 12 An. 11.IENHT
ery for the manufacture of store lust proportion of such .grading paylog Clerk of Kl."lmmeeApproved my BASS
l-neatpdosi No.Mt product of every de.crfptlont; to erect and to be Installments this 20th day of July. A the estate of John Pierce. deceased; 6-o-a-mo-6mo .. .
and that at the I will
: same -
and maintain tanks and warehouse be ; I). 1915. tm. present
a. provided
:tor MALARIA CHILL A rCVCM.nre : dt ordinance to ewld court my account a.admlnl.trator .
for the storage. of naval .tore .nd rot- of H H. MAT.
sU doss wIIIlM'e eadlfcf of said and a.k IOTU'IC
ease estate
at ear ,
ton and other .
t't of
S to Ia.uestorage of It. Mayor of the City
.5 SF'S t tUK" takes).lIMa .. tool the Pever.will nottetaMU or r.. ;.ou.:.ctr.t: against Klorlda.. .bt.rtilJn..orunt. when received Klsalmmee.QUALIFICATIONS for their Dated approval.May IS.: A. D. 115. My wife Mary I. Adam., having

? II .... os the Uve better than the same: to compound and refine oils; will purpose of W. B. CRAWFORD.2JZ8JOS41841 : left my bed and board, this Is to notify
CII"'" Z50 tq manufacture, own buy sell and deal paying and retiring a proportionatepart all whom It may concern that I will
-- In barrels heading. staves, .tills. supplies of the bonds Issued for this pur- NECESSARY IN Admlnlar..lot. not be responsible for any bill she
f S. and materials of similar kind.: pone.Therefore. contract from this date. "
S to buy sell and deal In groceries. dry be It resolved by the ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND July 27th. 115.

00 good. hardware and all kinds of merchandise Council of the City of Kls.lmmee. ELECTION.All NOTICE FOR U-6 FRED ADAMSON.
; : to build. buy. sell I....... manage Section 1. That under and by virtueof PLBL'CAT.ON .

own. contrel. hire charter or operate the power vested In the City of Kl.slmmee .- Depsrt.eest .f <. letrrler. I" S. LeadOfBrc NOTH-K OF AnftfifclSTKATOR.tPer .

i .' ; Q RAYSTONE i bridges vessel.lighters tramways.engines. cars railways or other the Oeneral by Sections Statutes 108 the and State IOU of of persons eatitied to Tote i the at e..I.. ...1..1.. Pl-uil Dlsehararo..)

vehicle or mean of tran.portallonof Florida.the City .hall Issue Its Four- foregoing Bond Election Serial >.. O4UOT I. t'..r ef Cmmtf J.dae, State .f
S the product of property held owned t"pnnnd... for the aggregate .ur of .aa b registered 'lerld-u, Ose*.'. 1'eHBty

controlled' or manufactured. by saidcompany $70.00000. or .o much a. .hlll authorlied voter in the City K. Notice. I. hereby given that Williale I. re Estate efPeter
or other persons or corpora by vote to be Munl..lpa1n..nd. o of Oullas.
tions In connection with the buslne. .. Issue of of the residiBt; therein at the H. 8ron..n. Orange C.nter...Florida Notice Is .. l to all whom
115. 12 1910.
; i f. ; ; U. w.TflhMA1 rrtp. L L mm HP. ; of this .company but not to use said tion of IK.OOO 00 drawing Interest lion owning real estate therein e teail on Entry January No. 06307. for BM of NEW., It may concern, 6.l on nth 4th day of -

means of transportation for the purpose payable seml-annually at the rate of ad NK',4 of SH>4 Hectlon 21: and ofSWH. September. A. D., 1115. I apply tothe
of doing business of a 6 cent maturing. have their taxes for the NW1 Honorable T. M. Murphy. judge )
commoncarrier per per annum respectively must paid year Hectlon 22, Township" South .
i ; Open Year Round \ ; ; to ral.e : buy, from date of Issuance as Range 28 East Tallaha.iiee Meridian said court as probate f
; rol' lf.
v? change and .. ; follows. One Rond 'in Ten years one last due thereos.NOTICE ha. filed notice of Intention to make final dl.char-re jaU.dmI: of the
v'I'4. shrubs. cereals and any and all kind I In Eleven years. one In Twelve years Five-year Proof to e.tabll.h claim to estate of Peter deceased; and]

..t.. . .. .... .. .. ... . of fruit vegetable products and citrus fruit. I one In Thirteen v".r one In fourteenvears. the land above de.crlbed. before Clerk that at the same .. will present to

ri _______________________ general trees hay and grain and to doa 1 . -one In Twenty years one In .ATTACHMENT of Circuit Court at KI.lmm..e. Florida the Bald court my final accounts asSdrniniptrator
nursery business: to construct I Twenty-one years one In Twenty-two" on the 2nd day of September, 1 of said estate, and ..I
\ .erect operate and maintain a years and one In Twenty-three years.and IN TICK COUNTY COllHT OV IU.LS- Claimant names a. witnesses:1 I. for their approval.
t>* packing house or packing houses aod the Interest and principal payableIn COUNTY. STATIC 0. Thomas Edward Ivey. of Orange Canter Dated March 4. An.. IMS.
"canning factory for fruit.. meats avegetables .gold or It. equivalent In the office Florida. N. C. BRYAN
of all kind., to produce buy of the Treasurer of said Cltv. Raid FLOR.DA heron Keen of Orange Flor. ea-Tno-fer-6mo.ll_Administrator.
or otherwise acquire and sell or otherwise bond to be Issued for the purponeherelnabove ida. C..nle.

x dispose of the product. 'of such' set out. and the funds. Caaa.'L II." Moorhoase, pl.l-itllt J. T... Rilei. of Orange C.nt..r. Florida NOTICE For PUR1.ICATIOMDepartmea
.' packing or e.nnln.faclory or factories Credit and property of said City pledged Ernest J. Keen of .
packing house or packing houses: for their redemption. J. K. Haldoa. Dl..d..t Orana. ef the I. rrler. U. S. .
to subscribe for purchasa-recelve, Section 1. That an election he heM To J. K. : In the above I Florida ROBERT. DAVIS. Office at GaineNyilie. Klorlea,.
all te Interested
own. hold for Investment or otherwise at as early a date aa at cause and persons t Regl.ter. July IT. .
sell and dispose of and make advance which the question to prActcable..ubmlt..d to : Writ 8 5 Serial Ke. 1.a "
ments upon stocks shares, bonds electors You are hereby noUI..d that a
*e. the Of said City the .. .
curltle or obligations of other corporation qualifications prescribed by Section of Attachment has ar..ln..t NOTICE OK ATTACHMBXT Notice la hereby, William

_____ whatsoever wherever 1061 of you. and your goods I L. Florida whoon
'S : located. the General Statutes of the ttoefk State ; Builvan. Lulhman.
originated or engaged In or pursuing" State of Florida shall be the Issuanceof coossee. of Aadrmm dee MrerlM-h cad All Homestead ,\
any one or more kinds of business pur- the "" bonds. And the Florida has atach..d to satisfy Other.l'er.I. ..tedi Kntry. No. 069. for WH of NW4 and
; When buyBREAD noses or objects Indicated herein or Mayor .hall forthwith issue hi.. Proclamation of Moorhou-e. Notice I. given that I. 1. H. 'V% of S'V 26, Town.hip tS i
Plaintiff In the above cause,
you holding any property of any kind men for said election and .mountnl Tngram. Sheriff of O.ceola County have South Itnnne 27 East,
S honed herein or any corporation ownIng give public notice of .nnie bv .h"1 to Two Hundred 4-100 thin day attached certain personalproperty 1..rldl..n. ha. filed notice of Intention
puhl..h.Inl 274 Dollar.
<$ 42)
or holding stock or obligations of Five-Year proof to e.tabllshclalrn
proclamation In belonging to Andre Van der
any such corporation and. while theowner l.uc. of Now unless you shall appear before I to the land above described, before
a pulillnhcd Meerach In the O.ceoln, -
.ltI\ ni'w.pnpi-r County of Stat
the Countv
the Countv Court In and for -
Lt ; or holder of any .lock. bondsor In the Cltv Immediately prior to of HIll.boroUKh State of Florida, of Florida d."rlb..d a. follows: Clerk of the Circuit Court at KlaImmee. -
obligations, to Klorlila. the 2nd
exerclne all the the date of said election One live 1914 on day of
right, power and privilege of ownership Section 3 That the form nf bnllot n teiuhir.- .ldAonD.tht91. .judgment Monday In Model .Ih..klan.prop.rty passenger of Andre car Vail d"rM."h September: 1916.
thereof and to exercise all and to be lined at said election shall be substantially and llr"r; !In th.> County of and rlnlmant witnesses: u..c..ol.
any voting thereof r.,1 "aln.t \ your Charlie Lamb of f.ouKhman, Flor-
Ask for the BEST power : to sell a. follows: sold for Indehtedne.HDated State of Florida.
mortgage .sub-let pledge hire leaseor "Official Municipal BnndEettion. Ihov. You ida
Halol. this 29th of June, A. D )
S convey the property of thl. corporation -A. P 1915. b'fore the hj d' Albert Sullivan, of l.ouKhm"n. Flor-

n"I" part thereof at will and "Make a Cross (X) mark before. the 11.HILBURN' niJLT of Onceolit nO'. Florida on the 6th ida.
to the proceed ,at pleasure and question of your ..holc. for da\' of September., A. D ill &. name being Homar Johnson of Louorhman, Flor-
; W[make it Every Grocer sell it In such manner. a. may be determined "VOTR FOR ONE. Atorn..y. PI.lnUI a Huh. May of said court to answer ida

bv the by-law: to conduct any part "For Rond. for retiring present outstanding I In an action of Damage. In Timothy Lamb of Loughman. Flor
l S of Its business and to have offices andagertoles Indebtedne.. of the Cltv of OltDRR FOR IM1BI.ICAT10N.) the -um of Thre.A..umv..1 Hlndr'd Dollar. In rd a.
j at such places In this State Kl.slmmee.1. I of approximately $15.000 00. which Robert T Cochran and Emma M.e.whran ROBERT W. DAVIS.
and other State or foreign countries "Afraln.t Bond for retiring 31.6 Register.
doing business
: o. K. BAKERY presentoutstanding I. rirenlt Court, State of Florida.Seeatk .o'p"rln.rl. a.Robt.
a. may be requisite or necessary for Indebtedness of the Cllv of Judicial O-reol. T ( A Co.. of the City of
S. 5 t the carrying on of said business or furthering Kl.-lmrnee. of approximately $15.00000. Commtr- tt..I. New York. !State of New York are OOO.MoOoOOO
the needs of said corporation plaintiff and the said Andre Van der
..S _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ said necessity to be determined In the "VOTK FOR ONE. la fbeBpprT.Ruth 1. defendant. Herein fall not < STRAWBERRY .

.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ discrttlon and- InHirtnent- of 'hA .so.eaor "For bond for "r..dln. paving and V. Curtis, Complainant.v.. or judgment will be given against you < COME TO US >
S. "' '' .S- -- directors to ;; ; p.y'@nt"or: '
._ : receive curbing Stewart Church by default.TiiriA . -- . ---- . _--y"W'hen
capital stock subscribed for In moneyor Street to Broadway flu-lave O. Curtis. Defendant. _ 2S. IflfK.
f ,,1 c :In property labor or services at a 439 41. $2.-. It appearing by affidavit appended to u L. H the first man was created

'f' valuation therefor In the discretionor "AKaln.t. Bond for the bill filed In the above-.tated cause ISORAl. and mate him
; I, Fresh Judgment of the board of directors; and curbing Stewart grading Avenue: paving from that OuBtave O. Curtis, the defendanttherein I lh.rl" Florida County. a was given to they

to make contracts of any kind whatsoever Church Street to Broadway. named I. a non-re.Ident of thestate J 1 OVERSTRRET. lived together happily for a tme. but
----- S j ; for the furtherance of Its purposes of Florida and Is a resident of Clerk of County Court. then began to quarrel '
t, ,' \ Water Fish or bu.lne.s. Includingagree- "VOTE! FOR ONE. UnUnowU and Is over the ago of twen O.ceola County Florida. the women left her husband nnd started
ments or contract between the said : It I. therefore
"For Bonds Court Seal
for County
paying and )
1 corporation and Individuals or other curbing Mahbette -.radln. Stewart that n.' -r defendant be and Bv JAMES M. JOHNSTON D. C. off toward the Sun land in the east*

''A \ Daily corporations In any of the lines I of Avenue to Bermuda Avenue, estimated he required to appear to the LEWIS 6'BRYAN. The man followed alone and grieving
business of this corporation: to do any co.t IH.S16.00. bill complaint filed In said cau.e. on Attorney for but the
and all things that are or may be necessary "Airaln.t Uond. for frradlnir. paying. or before Monday, the 2nd day of Aug l'I..lntl" 29-t woman never looked behind.

; < or proper to be done for the and curbing Mabbette Street from ust. An.. 11. otherwise the al"- Finally the Sun took pity on him and

;;: J: ;; / AT 503 BROADWAY furtherance or the purposes of thl. Stewart Avenue, to Bermuda Avenue. tions of .. will be taken uitnKit von asked him if he were still angry with
5 corporation or for carrying Into effect fessed by said defendant.It Pl"DI.ICATION.
the powers herein .urn tiled.Article further ordered that this orderbe his wife. He said that he was not,
4 la ( lrc.H Court $<.<. ef Plerlda. Saye.I1.
III. "For Bonds for grading and published once a week for eight consecutive and then the Sun asked him if ha
Judlrlel .
i; The capital stock of the corporationshell p"'ln. weeks In the Kl.slmmee Valley Ircult. O. l Conatr.Winifred
S curbing from Clvde Ave.. Fen- would like to have her back again to
PHONE 50 be one hundred thousand and Held Avenue to Blw Pitch on Railroad. Qasette a e :rpe published In V. Reep, Complainant. which he answered
00-100 dollars to be divided Into one estimated cost $6876.45. said county and va. yes.
thousand shares of the par value of "Afralnat Bonds for grading paving This Jun. 8th. A. P., 1915 EdwIn L. Reep Defendant So the Sun caused a patch of the
r A. ROBBINS one hundred dollars each, which" said and from Clyde Avenue (Seal) J. I* OVERSTnERT. In Cksscry.It finest huckleberries
1 ;,:,,< .., :: capital stock may be paid for In cash curhln. Avenue to Big Ditch Clerk Circuit Court appearing by affidavit filed In the ripe to spring up
,, ,' or In property, labor or services at a on Railroad. By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. .bo\-.t.t..d cau.e that Edwin I.. Beep along the path in front of tbe'woman,
i; 'j 1... I''> " ,,,..valuation to I be fixed by the directors Deputy Clerk. the defendant therein named. Is a nonr..ld..nt but she by. Further on he puta
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( of the state of Florida andIs passe
of blue company at a meeting !
, ,"1' :' _- -- - called for that purpose.Artlele I For Bonds for trading: paving and Solicitor for Complainant. I5-8t a resident of Slngu. Upper Burma clump blckberes. but these also ,

. "t )V. Church Street from Stewart India. over the age of she Other fruits,
; S The term for which this corporationshall I curbln. years! It Is therefore ordered that said
t to Main Street estimated cod one two and then
; exist shall be perpetual.Arllele $6811.7 NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOIl TAX nonresident defendant be and la hereby thro. some
" Galvanized V. "Aaralnst Bonds for DBKU tINDER 8RCTION BT4 A BTSiHNBHAL required to appear to the, bill of trees covere with beautiful service
grading f".ln"I STATUTEs OF complaint filed In said cause on or before -
The officer of this corporation shall and beside the
curbing Church St.
from S path
: :: he a President one or more Vlee-Presl- Avenue to Main Street.VOTB I TILE STATE .FLOft.DA Monday the 3th day of September bre. place
A. D.. 1915 otherwise the allegations her went on until
: ( t Corrugated dents a Secretary a Treasurer, and a
;; sf : board of not less than three nor more FOR NoticeIs hereby. given that D. B.! of said bill will be taken a. confessed suddenly she saw a patch of large ripestrawberries
ONE said
than nine directors. The office of Secretary "For Bonds paving and Hart .purchaser of Tax Certificate No.: by defendant. that this order the first she had ever

: ", 'I 't ':: and Flat any other and officer Treasurer of said may be held by curbing Main Street from Oak Street 117 dated the 7th day of July, A. D. be I published I. once a week for eight kow. She stopped to gather a few
''i', I! !-n'i. company. to City Limits, estimated cost n184.1. 1(11. has flled said Certificate In royoffice consecutive week* In the Valley Oasotte -
\ board of directors shall be as she
selected at picked them
'J' .p&, J Bonds- for and has made application I for a newspaper" published In said she
Sheets an'A ;
the annual mPa
-t .' be held In the stockholders of meeting; 0.-to eurblnaMain Street 0*e Tax Deed to Issue In aooordanoe to law, county and state.This chanced to turn her face to the west,

} ,1.1i" "' ceola County. City Florida.Klsslmmee.on the third Street to City Limits. Said certificate embraces the folowlntrI.nd. .un '}-' A D. 1515. and at once the memory of her bus-
;;i:- Thursday In January of each :year beginning "VOTB FOR ONE ola County, lying; State b..I"I..Ituate to-wlt: (Seal) Clerk,. band came back and she found herself
And All
) Forms of Metal''i In the Clrcu.i
151' Court
S : : ''. ; Until the flr.t year annual "For Bonds frdl1t. pavingand Lt Thirty-one (II) of the Seminole E. ROBINSON. unable to go on. She sat down, but
of the C
' meeting curbing Vine St. .. C. L. Railroad 4c Company's Subdivision Solicitor for Complainant
,4: ? stockholders and until the officersabove to City Limits estimated cost of (>l). 1-1 the longer she wait.he stronger b
{ ; : Roofing mentioned are elected and quail- $8473.59. Township Twenty-six ( came her husband

. fled at the first election the officers of "Against bonds for grading pavl' Range Thirty-one (Ii) t'aood t NOTICE: TO CREDITORS. at last she gathered bunch of
\ ; ,' ' ''c __ the corporation shall be: J.Vade and curbing Vine St.. from A C ., to the official plat thereof filed In a the l"
S ucker.President: B. l. Lesley. First .Railroad to City Llmlta.. of the Clerk of th. Circuit la Ce-irt .f the Cmaty J-idsTe. state finest berries and ltrt back
j ALL SIZES AND otfto Court aln&
/-1' GAUGES Vice-President
W. A. McCool. Second
; Wade County Florida. .f ri.H l Oeeela C..ti., the path to give him.
'" : y : PROMPT DELIVERY Vice-President: 3. Tucker Treasurer "VOTB FOR ONE rI" land b.lng assessed In the- In re Estate of John W. Thompson.To met her kindly and
;t'". ,' 1:1' 1\ .' : C. "For bonds building; road and ". W. A. St.wart at the date of all creditors, legatees distribu they went horn
:: ': I front': the!;largest and most COM-. Wade utJ rewr1. bridge across head of Lake Tohopeka .. of said tees and all persons having claims erdemands together ; .
Col C lira from-Cape Brl.. to Barbeau'a Unless said certificate shall be redeemed .. against said estate: If you are interested In' Indian "
'iI 'pI". tock in Florida. Island ..Umate according; law, tax deed will You and each of are hereby notified : ;.
) In the City of Kl.slmmee.--Osoeola "AIaID.t bnd. for building road and Issue thereon on 'SIlL day of Ausrust.Witness and required 70U present any myths'you wn find charming stories nJr

iY jt $ ;.\ :! Fltfr4l Met Co' Count Floridaat, that) office of bt.olrUon &eo. of Lake Tohopeka- A.. fl.' 1511.' claims and demaads which 700, or in the of ethnology. ,TheseVVJmay

: :L ,' Products. .on-purpose*lat.of: of Aal.t A.b D 1 C. .Breese. to ,Berbeau'a. my hand and efflrtal seal atKl.simins.Cit7 either of'70U' may have against be read In many: ,The' '
", 1 I UI' doptnl Florida,' theStk W. Thompson deceased Ubrre.
:,!> : and completing. ,the 'f".ol' -t D. 1515. tl late of Oeceola legend the <
ETERGREEX t otltloD day 0& theundersigned abut taken.
;, MS* AYENUE!: Of ttl eorporatlon./. 4- should the lasuanoeofaald jl A. eantP.FI.r..t..tat.. from .twb 1
; .' .t. JACKSONnLLE.! FLORIDA, "- ''A.'n. It : ,. Bonds be authorised by the required . -}erk .Circuit 1.vr Oaeeota two reara from the dats, hereof. teir. -Char-. -
3: ; : The Indebtedness wltbD ..
; ,1, !', to tlth..t am..nt ,ot. of two-thirds of the, electors Vlorda - EDOAR.D.TOOAN. Clordo-Acctu.
'.J. '- te "bc th.corporation. shall at any qualified* under,' U(1 General ( ll lt .Conrt Executor CU 'i
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: ": : .. dent can olD: '1 (.eri. I 'Never rs-beatniu.ItroonI of>.< .....

JLr Smith and .Evelyn called on. OFFICIAL. jISTOF5" containing mushroom Th, psis. .
: ': Bessie' Hay' Friday ,afternoon. She : tCHRISTIATNENDEAYOR J oteookingiainitselZr1glitbut.aWL' ;.

:$ti :Cloud department baa been quit ill toro several day'but.. getting cold, 'mushrooms' are apt to: ,.
U much better at this writing. SCHOOL TEXT BOOKSr develop Injurious properties and become '
_ 4 ..\ -I.j : > S The 'new Baptist church) at, 'Ea.tLa& dangerous food. Therefore con-' _
will"be 'dedicated the third Sun "r-*' *' ,A kindly1' "greeting cam I last week sum. what: mushroom YQU cook at '.. ..' _ _

},- Newa-and' ?Note of the :"Wonder City" From Our Own day of this month., Sunday school and following U'th official list of from Prof. Garfield Evan, president one or throw'them away. ( _
preaching services in the morning will text books to. be used in the school of of the State Epworth, Leaguer', and .
_4') Special. Correspondent- be followed by a .plendid.dlllner. The Osceola county and* prices thereof a* who live In Sutherland. .* The'most' desirabl,knits for" Jelly, ,' '

)- dedicatory sermon will be preached famished by the county school board. "Push and Smile" is the motto'of making after entrants ar* cvnb apple, g '

the afternoon.' There 'Will also be the The dispensary will be located at the Editor Powell of the Clearwater Sun. apple quinces, grape,, blackberries, . .
Mr.: and Mrs. M. :Ws Laton and I I they certainly'were a sight to behold regular services in the evening." Everyone Wanner-Sawyer<,Company, 114 Broad- and i* a good one for everybody.. Some raspberries and peaches.' If the fruit .'

laughter returned Tuesday'\ from a doing acrobatic stunt, when they'd is moat.eordlall invited to be way. folks have, nothing to "plant." ,at I. used before it U fully ripe it make ,
;600 mile trip by: auto from St. Cloud. have the rabbit. and then find that they present.' 'The, box social held at the First GradeB. east every day but we can all ''push a clearer jelly and a gent!. simmering .S

xTl*.i''to .New .York and through the didn't have it. Our'sympathies were ]last; Lake school house last Saturday .. Div.-Wheeler's Primer.._..$ ,25 and smile* if.-we try.hard enough. with no stirring trill make it of finer' .1
[northern states.1 Mr.. Lawton says he mostly with the rabbit ,but we, enjoyed night was not largely attended owing A. Dir.-Wheeler's First Reader One Tampa Time mention of the grain. S. Q ? '

never had an accident and found good the sport. to inclement weather but about four -BecunJ.tter part :year .... .26 ntevnational Convention was Its. "mil- ',, '
v Mr Charles who arrived last added lion" clan outlook for next two veara. .. )
roads all the way until he struck Orlando *. Ryan teen dollar was, to the organ x Second Grade '' ,5 5'

on'hi* way back where he found Sunday from her former horn in fund. Wheel...'. First Reader .______. .25 To gain a ,million new m.rnb.ran4 ,.... ......O..O.O.. ....,$,$....\ S <: '
lets of waterfrom the recent rains. Louisville Ky., 'and who comes to Fred Harvey called at the C. M. Graded Classics First Reader.... .20 give that much in dollar for missions., ,
The.return trip of eighteen hundred make her future home here. her husband Smith home Thursday evening. New Century Spelling Book. Nothing: ) .small about Christian En. : "

'miles. was made in twelve days. Mr. being in business in this pjace, Mrs. Wetherbee was able 'to attend Part I. ...--_.-.--_-,...1-_-_ .13 eavor these days. Ten thousand new 'Ce W GRIFFINStaple (
...Lawton \says they had a delightful started out about eight a. m. Mondayto the Sunday morning services after an Third Grade ocieties.: "a ealoonless nation by 1920" .

time-all',-the way, but he added that walk over to her husband's storeon absence of several weeks owing toIlIne. Wheeler's Second Reader ______ .35 were two more goal set, and a new --
lie was glad to be back in St. Cloud. Pennsylvania avenue, about two ... Graded Classics Second Reader.. .27 one added, Ma. laloonles* world by '
S .Clove Outlaw's father, accompanied and a half blocks distance from their Grandma Masters is visiting in Kissimmee Milne's Progressive Arithmetic 930." and Fancy: '

by hi. wife arrivedTuesday evening nice little cottage on New York ave. with Mrs. H. C. Lightsey. No. .1 _.__ .32 Th. I state department secretary ha '
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.5 'to' stay a while here with Cleve. The nue. She was, perhaps a little flus- The Misses Hattie Turner and Glen- New Century Spelling. Book, not been off her job but two whole : -

S old gentleman lives,in Kissimmee and trated, having only arrived the night adine Crowder visited at the G. B. Part ___.....___.__________ .13,! dayl since April. One of those was in | GROCERIES ;
has been sick for some time. It is before, and the rumble of traffic, the Lawson home Wednesday afternoon. Fourth Grade celebration of the Fourth and the

,hoped he will soon recover under the clanging of the car bells and the shout Mr. Wetherbee} called on Mrs. Guy Wheeler's Third Reader ________ .45 other to attend a Sunday school meetInJr 4J .
.care of the con and daughter-in-law. of traffic policemen which[ she didn't ileClaln Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Graded Classics Third Reader._ .32 in Interlachen. We have not miss Free Delivery to all Part : '",. ': '
hear failed to restore her to her for- : Wm. Eaton ed our weekly letter this .
S Section men are making improvement wife and daughters, New Century Spelling Book Part press day ,
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in the railroad yards. But when mer equilibrium and poise fork and so she Blanche and Eudora, of St. Cloud, I ________ ______ __________ .13 Christian Endeavor year. ot the City 1 ; ", 5 'Soe
S do they build the new depot? went directly down New avenue were guests at the ;1. G. Harvey home Hyde's Two Book Course in Eng- Commencing, wisely to advertise in '

.. The baseball game in Winter Haven past the big hotel and turned to the Sunday. lish, Book 1____._____________ .25 Ime, the Kissimmee Valley Gazette : se 0ppe$ 4.44e34+4 ; , SS
was called off on account of rain Tues- left. She found a store all right, but i Word was received here last week First Course in Geography .40 had a communication last week from '- ,'
; Fry.'s
<: 'day. The St. Cloud team drove the it wasn't Mr. Ryan's store. Now whois that Mr. Spreng Is slowly improving. Milne's Progressive Arithmetic he United Brethren society of Union '
..LA ninety miles for nothing, but they the joke on, Mr. and Mrs. Ryan A post card and letter shower would No. 1 ______ ____ ____ ______ .32 Center, which desired attention calledto to..ooooo..Ottoo. ,o.... "b" '
''V couldn't beat the rain. Bob Doolittle won the prize put up cheer and please him very much. His Berry's Writing Book, No 4 ____.05 a social on the 12th. It adds: r '
=' "EnULGraf' returned Wednesday ev- I by P. D. Marine for the player who address is Mr. John Sprung, 9502 I Fifth "Don't forget the social, the time and M. TILLER ','.(

.vtnlnglast'. after spending several knocked the first home run ball on Wamelmk Ave., S. E. Cleveland Ohio. : Wheeler's Fourth Reader ______ :.45 the place and the girls, Oya." \<
I ,1'week with friends and relatives at : the St. Cloud grounds. Well Bob Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis, of Tampa Graded Classics Fourth Reader. .35 Sanford Presbyterian and Congregational Real Estate Agency. : : ,,; .
Doolittle it last and I. workers;aided'eoher ,
Usmore Minn. did Thursday are spending their vacation with by
"[1: S I of extra New Century Spelling Book, Part kind hearted folks ....................-.----.... .
I : John J. Johnston was a caller at now the proud possessor an Mr. and Mrs. T. A. HugHey. gave nearly nlnety- "
* 1 ______ ______ ______________13
%' ,1 Kissimmee on Friday last. fine Spauldmg glove of which re. is Mrs. Jeff Barber called on Mrs. Hyde's Two Book Course in English two dollars last year for the Children's Realty bought and sold. .. ,j

'i :J Mrs. T. M. Murphy, of Kissimmee, very proud. Lawson Sunday afternoon Book 1 __ ___ .25 home society. Wonder how much they Houses rented. ,,
was a. St. 'Cloud caller Friday morn- The only excuse Bob has to make Mrs. C. M. Smith: and son, Everett, "rye's First Course uun and other societies will be able to don ? :
in Geogra-
S:. ing. for committing this act is that no one drove to Orlando Thursday.Mr. 1916 Even if it is war times, a Taxes paid and Title verified ; [ 'r '
hy ______ ______ ___________ .40
...f Mr. Snyder, who has been spending else would do it, and it looked bad to and Mrs. Will Huph-cy and lit- rtilne's Progressive Arithmetic good deal can be done if we try. for non-resident j

" 'some time with her parents. Mr. and have a prize hanging over their heads tle daughter! Dorisf a visiting a few No. 2 ______ __ _____________, .36 In Miami the Epworth Leaguers ina Fire Life and Accident In- .
and willing to accept it, so at the T. recent social had the ; _
Mr|. V. C. Lenox, left Saturday morn- no one days home. Evans' First Lessons in American young men
:; Ing for her home at Des Moines. Iowa. he just tapped a home run to relieve Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee were the ___ _. __ _ .45 blindfolder and given bags of peanuts lurance 'S 4)

, Mrs..J. A. Nelson of St. Cloud, the situation. Of course, be could guests of C. H. Funk and wife one day Jerry's history Writing Book- _.nh. .05 to "feed" their partners. That ; ; Indemnity Bonds. ; S ,
,'j pent Friday last at klssimmee.S just as well have ta pped one a little last week. Sixth Grade uuu must be fun, but could not somethingof '

II ;. Wednesday, July 28, the stork harder and made two runs, but that Mr. and Mrs. Longenecker and little Wheeler's Fifth Reader ________ .55 a cooler kind be found for midsummer : : : : : : : : t : '\ 4'

S. paid a visit to-the home of Mr. and was'nt necessary. Ardette visited Mr. Lawson and New Century Spelling Book, Part follies? One of our exchanges _ _ _ _ .

Mrs.John F. Daniels and left an eight Mrs. Josh Ferguson is to leave Pa- family Friday evening 2 _______ __ ____. ___ __ ..nlyde's mentioned a "moonlight party"; does .5' ,J
pound boy. ducah, Ky.. about August 8 and geton Mrs. Joe Ward and children calledon Two Book Course not that sound good ? : 'it
the East Coast of Florida by the Mrs. Smith and in Eng- Miss Mattie Marshall i
r Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moms and Evelyn Friday af lish, Book 1 .u 0_ _________ __ ..25Frye's an active .
10th, where she will spend a couple of ternoon. worker in Oklawaha. and district .
little daughter, Mildred, left Monday [ Higher Course in t. :; ;
weeks before coming back to her home Lester Alford Quiet Ii (
of our superintendent has beenvisiting
to Mobile spend Ala.some time with relatives at and Uncle Josh, who are waiting for the guest of Aaron, Kissimmee Story Saturdayand was raphy ___________ ___________ ..88Milne's in Candler. Hope she, has hadas ,/.il- ,( ', '.. '

; her St. Cloud. Uncle Josh is Progressive Arithmetic, time "
quite good as did there this
in we
-John J. Johnston, our new postmaster tall and thin and lonesome, and all The Sunday Christian Endeavor social will No.2 ___ ____ ____ -________._ .36 spring with their/ Junior Endeavorers.In .
-- took charge last Saturday. The! Brevard and
his friends' will be glad to see him be held Bennett's Florida the Tropical Sun West Palm
Thursday night, August 12, in-
only member of the former force who History _.._
..54Berry's .. '
natural Can Uncle steal of n ----- ----- -- Beach Juniors
looking nice
again. Friday night. This was our were given a notice -
will remain is Mac Arrowsmith. riis
Writing Book No 6 __ OC(;
other assistants are Neal Bartlett and Josh stand the strain three weeks error and not a "misprint" in lastweek's S..vpnlh Crarlo n in a recent daily issue. It said J,
lonsrer ? items. Mrs. L. G Biggers was to meet with
Mr. Reagan who will come in later, The Club met Tuesday afternoon Brother Graded Classics Reader; No 5.. .35 the little folks until "
Miss Una Garner will assist for the Sewing Chapman was with us again Milne's the return froma ,,\
with Mrs. Carter Thompson. last and Progressive Arithmetic, lengthy visit in Stuart Miss Eleanor
Sunday the
0)) n.xt. two weeks in helping tho new The usual refreshments were served although weatherwas No. 3 ______,__ ______________ ..41Carpenter's Rowley local district ff' : w' t:
I'' force to learn the manner in which the very disagreeable, there was a and state
.' and enjoyed by all present and the good attendance at both services Were Geographical Reader junior superintendent. Mrs. Biggers ; ',
\j mail has been handled. -latter part of _.,____ ...
usual timely topics discussed. glad to that n has just returned from a vacation in "
insurance announce pl\ns are S S i
\ Mr Slaughter, inspector, Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck Mon- t New Century Spelling Book, part the North. That is r ;
was over being made to hold an inspiration z
.T.>, wiriw of Atlanta in the, has buildings been inspecting in St. Cloud the day last from Kissimmee in the new church the preachin first Sunday services of 2 __________ _____________-__ ..13Hyde' .some of us wanted but could not get, : .....-, ", :\:' :

' W. H. Grady, of Kissimmee, was in next month. Two Book Course in Eng- 10 she ought to be all ready to make '.",
'and with very few exceptions -cportt St. Cloud Tuesday on business. Everett Smith went to Orlando Sun lish, Book 2 _________nu ..46Frye's ; x good acting superintendent. -:.
), ;them all in condition. .
good "1141'. Cape, who has a nice residenceon day where he has employment. Higher Course in Geog- Grace A. Townsend.The r '. '? ) 'r
I (: '. Mr. and Mrs. William Kasbohm leftMonday Pennsylvania avenue and Third Word was received from raphy _____-_- __________... .8f \. ,
Billy Rog-
i i : In Pennsylvania evening, New to spend York some and Can'jla time- street, is putting up a fine garage on erson last week that he arrived at Richie's Human Physiology' ____ .60 separate waist and skirt should E. G. VANS AGNEW, AIL. ,, ::1' )

before returning here in October. his place. which is evidence of pros- home safely and was having a good "Our History Republic" United States .fif be harmonious in color. Vall.f Gazette Baildiaf. .;:. ..; .. '

"'c day morning the railroad motor perity.D.. B Willis left St. Cloud for Sara- time. Berry's Writine------Book---- -No.--:-7-_====_ :.OF_ . \..,* .,:' ,': .:: '
u n -'- -- -- ------ ,
tin ,n : into Mr. Hargraves' auto'Ir" sota last week, where he goes to look Eighth Grade 'ttJj. ... ,
while crossing the track. Then Payne's Common Words Commonly S :f'4; '
: (or a location on the Gulf coast. -
board and fenders of the autoS Frank Bushnell and Ed Hanley were FINANCIAL REPORT OFFOURTHCELEBRATION Misspelled _uu_-__ .22: S : -
er jy bent but the car came on Hyde's Two Book Course in
Tampa traveling men who visited St. English -
I OotJP toWn.\ The railroad motor had to Cloud last 'week. Book 2 ,____u_________ .4f :, ;
j end for the gasoline doctor before Milne's Progressive Arithmetic Trees With "
Lon-sy Hughey was over Monday Capital Surplus '
k .1 it was able to cough again. No one from his place on Milliard's Island. No.3 __________ ____________ 41 ,
", 'was hurt. Mr. Hughey has a very fine grove on "Our Republic" United States ) \

'1 ;.:The Prlscilla club met on Froday, the island and quite a lot of property.Mr. . The financial report of J. W. Pren- History ________ _____.______ .66 '' :;,! .
{. July' 80 with Mrs. Carter Thompson. is but Duggar's Agriculture for Southern and Undivided Profits < '
". Hughey a very young man Us, secretary and treasurer of the ., "
S The meeting was well attended and he has made a decided success by board of trade Schools ______._ _____,__ .60 '
a* submitted to the ,
,. J the afternoon pleasantly spent. The hard work and careful planning and James and Sanford'a "Our Gov I "r ' .
organization at the "
:.. read letter from Mr. Fagg. meeting held last ernment" .. .___ ___ , ,"'\ : .: ,
S president a attention to business. Mr. Hughey is Friday night and ... ?__ .50 (\0' ,t,,' .
approved ;
o*. the, Children' Home at Jackson- contemplating telling his grove and follow: was as Berry's Writing Book No. 8:__, .05 : '< ,',Jl,,

,villa* asking for help. The club voted going into other, business either in Kissimmee/Fla. July' 16 '15. Richie'a Primer of Sanitation ... .40 j 'i I" ,
hT1tO sendihe day collection of 100. Kissimmee or St. Cloud, the first that "Just ordinary ,
,. Mr.. H. C. Stanford/President/ S HIGH SCHOOL. tree may be compared to a
After a short business, session theeetine offers a'good investment: for' him.. Kissimmee Board of Trade., First Year '"' . company w1thonlyitsrIginaicapitaL'Itha. ,;
was turned over to the boaS Miss Rose McKenzie, daughter of Dear Sir: I beg herewith to makea Buehler's English Grammar-: '.' 1. '. ,'",; not been augmented by the profit of foresight,

.S t...,' who gave us another of those Councilman McKenzie, who has been full report of all the financial tran- First part of year .._______. .65 or business acumen'nor diminished by dissipation ... . I
."stunt- which is so easy after someone attending the teachers' normal at the t'\o\
sactions of the celebration committee Lockwood[ and Emerson's Compo- lack of thrift. or losses. .
S else gets it. Miss Katie Claw- State College in Gainesville, Fla., will : in connection with the celebration- sition and ArithmeticLatterpart .

) son won the quarter for the relief return to her home in 'St. Cloud Sat- held on July 5th last: of year _--_______n____ too Evolution means something. There i I. dally
fund. Refreshments were then servd urday next. She will open the school tecelved from Finance Committee Milne's High School Algebra. __ 1.00 an improvement in the types of men, animal ; _
I;' by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. :at New Eden August 16. June 9-------- 9960 West Ancient World 1503ennett's and plants. '.. I
,\ Stevenson.' Music on the Victrola The school board met Tuesday 19---------- 25.0014.00 hnu '
so---------- First Year Latin ___ 1.00MaurySimonds' '
Trees that have been from the lower
I by alL Club adjourned to meet in two Wilcox reports about fifty 5- -_----- -. H 00 raph _'.___ _ ___ 1.25 ordinary type to the higher type' may be saiJ '
_ _
55 week. with Mrs. Warner. rats in his barn last night. He says 6u.u.K 13806 35 00 Second u n Year nn to have accumulated a surplus. I '. "

Councilman Sham bow took Mayor they ran all over him and he had to 7.-- "-_- hU_ 87 00 Lockwood and Emerson's Our ' :
u- U- Composition trees by the refinement of the of '
I Bircher and City Attorney Decker to get out his gun and defend himself *_ _ - __ 25 00 and Rhetoric process .
1.00 bud selection and the "
by of our nursery
He 9---------- 4000 nnn perfection ;
I Kissimmee in his auto. He killed five. He said the .
Tuesday rate ran 12 __ Milne's High School .DO have "
and -- --- 20.00 Algebra..n 1 practice not only the capital and the '\ ,\ "
I brought them; safely apparently up his trousers legs but he didn't say West' Modern World _____ 1.50Walker's surplus, but undivided profits which '
you may
-- ---
v- quite happy before noon. inside or out. Total' -_, ----__- _- _.152_.? ._._ Caesar ___ .1.25. share. -S
We are triad to see Morris, Good- DlahurnementaV'hnley. : Bergen's Elements of Botany; ;; -- 'l
for _
mutton __ 3R.62 o
rich out. again after being confined .ooo .o.o..oo.o Kdrewntrr Fnrms for huo pork, 51 flO (Southern States Edition) ... 1.30 '
I' to the house for several weeks with 4. : Ordla Ba,,. for beef ____ hh 14(1)1) I. Colton's Descriptive and Practi- Send For Our Catalog ". 1

typhoid fever. .> CAMPBELL <00 Z.V.l.lvlmrnlon. ha,,. A for Tyson beef and fur pork 29.68 cal Zoology ___ __ Unh___ 150 -.
nah 20 (>O ...
of St. Cloud spent
f Harvey Rlggan. W. Yearllalleck's
Britton. _
wood ,
< 4 for 25.00 .
I Tuesday In Kissimmee. -4. R M Haniiell wood and pole,0. 3 00 : English Literaturenew 1.30 you may know these refining", type better '
N R Harrla forreasv ment, profit-making qualities, and how they are 4
I W. A. Drawdy Randolph Youngof pig 3.00 Allen and .
Greenough's .
F: A. ,
Nlemeyer. for bread-- 8.00 imparted to the and '
Whittier were St. Cloud visitors We are having plenty of rain now. J. H. Reed for bread 10.00 (Six Orations) u____________ 1.00 orange grapefruit '
Mrs. Lottie Huff left Monday morning Printing Advt" --U.-. other trees produced, not merely grown, by '
.on Tuesday. "' (8 accU- 47,26 Carhart and Chute's First Prin- I ,
D. Dale Dangherty, of Lancaster, to begin her schooL All the Osceola Hdw. Co.. supplies_ 27/ .87 .
of .
Waters A Carson Co. ciples Physics ____________ 1.26 :
supplies SO/ C6
arrived Wedneday to vUit his parent school children like their teacher here A. J. Key. hauling _________-_ 25 Wentworth's Plane and Solid Ge- S : >-. ' I IS
*. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Daugherty, very much and are delighted that Sundry laborer: ometry ____ _____ 1.25
onCarolina avenue. school has started.J. H A. W K L. Chancy u__ S go Fraser and nUh Square's French On '

S', M. H. Hays, of Orlando was in St. M. Yates returned last week from J H Price Dixon--------___h_____ i 100.BO Grammar ____________ ______ 1.15 ,

Cloud Monday. cow hunting. :I. M. Johns _nUh ton West Modern World ____ ______ 1.60 Nurseries I
V, S. V. Strong of Kern county, Call Arthur Donegan was in this city Tom T. Q Green Chlsholm___-_____.-_ 27o 1 BO Fourth Year Lake Garfield ,
forma: I* in St. Cloud this week. Sunday the visitor of Joel Yates. Order thro O-- H- Co. 1110/ Adams and Trent'a United States '

,; Roy Taylor and his grandmother Miss Ola Campbell left Saturday to Jeff Holland et al __ S4 CO History ___. ____ _______ 1.60 BARTOW FLORIDA '
---- S
Morgan __
and Miss Emma Murphy and herr begin her school at Wolf Creek. Brown h 140/ Halleck's American Literature __ 1.25 '.,
.,6, *,
;mother and II* Covington drove over Mrs. Daisy Johnson ha moved to 41.0 Knapp's Virgil's Aeneid _____ 1.40 I
4to Kissimmee Sunday last in Roy' this city.E. IC,... Ice o'.ra.l-ri; : : _.. ".,115 Brownlee.. Fuller and n Others' S _S4 ) (
"red devil." D. Roberta returned last week Puses of : S ' S
chairmen of Chemistry ___ 1.25
Ed Ely and wife 'drove Mrs. J. D. from a business trip to Carters, Fla. committees. IS 50 Wentworth Plane ? 1.00 '

iWoodbeck over to Kissimmee in their Ev.ryone will be glad when Sunday 6 S77 Fraser and Squair"s Trigonometry French : .

,met Overland some Monday of the relative night. of They Mr. also and comes Brown so of they Lakeland can go, wilt to church.! preach.Rev. $J..7I Grammar _ _... l.H UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU Sl -'l:

Mr. *., P E. Morgan who arrived on the Miss Winona Allen was a visitor of There are some few small accounts HUNDRED DOLLAR TROUSSEAU.
afternoon train from Kentucky. Mrs. Joel Yates last week. whlth have not been preaented for i
Sunday night It was raining, blowIng While coming home from Kissimmee oaynriXnt. but the balance on hand la S How much is your trousseau going DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED4: : I
: more tryin sufficient to all of to cost Dear Bride T ,
Saturday J. A. Bronson'chorse pay these you,
and quite eool, but the followingducks night 041 5 TH)'"C accounts.fommlttee. ,
insisted on taking a dip in the got frightened at an automobile ben to publicly ex- Just" as JiMich.; a.. your "purse affords "

;. lake;. Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Clark, and ran away. Mr. Bronson es- or t y-lr flanks to all those who par no doubt, for who would skimp] "f i iv .\ I

S'j,.:Miss Robin,Goodrich Vic Edwards, cap with a few bruise ticip ran ed fn maklnir. Thla the....(day...M*such.. ...aauoceaa. and economize on a wedding.But -DidMi's Um T..." WIU Cleti Yen I Tour druggist or dealer Ml, you I ,
Entrikin. renderedIn various' : -- don't be foolishly extravagant M eta* bottle of Dodson' Liver TOM "
Josh U.ut. In '
Ferguson, ways donations "
', F. C., Cochrane and*Mr. Stark, of of bee-rea. hogs fish, bread. lumber and and buy your thlnca bj the "don.:" Uoojsl .Unr Better Tlu Ctlontl undesy., personal .guarantee that.It ' ', ''t"
...OO..O..O..O.OOO.O. lace but not least fn the There'll be 1 "
manner In so little in flat
,, 'Palatka, were in town Tuesday. which everybody did his or her best room your udCuuafsaniaCalomel will olsen your sluggish Ilyer better taaa .
for lot of
clothe, '
then '
". .The St. Cloud base ball team went UNION CENTER to work for the general entertainment a and the pasty calomel( it wo&t'make 704'*tek

,to Winter Haven Tueada,.. of our guests.Reepeetfully. submitted styles to will change half before you havetime I' make yen, sldtt: poll: lose a and yea earn sat anything' TO* weat i ,

p\ H. Morris and daughter. Miss t..I..O.......* .1. W. PRENTI8.Treasurer.. Here's wear a "trousseau your list"pretty made thing out day's work. Calomel Is quicksilver and without bslag aallvaied. Your drnggM t;. ,

.I SylvT Morris, are at the Bon Air It salivates calomel Injures your liver. guarantee that eaeb .peoafnl will Mast '
'lions.. 1,* from Grafton, W. Mr. and Mr*. S. K. Geerde were last A deputation of Russian by the a outfit bride for and$100 she: expects to get If you are billons j eel hay, sluggish your liver ... year bowels aa4straightenyon r,.. .
week before
called Oklahoma women
Va, and eel they shall mak. their hare asked permission Lingerie wedding _____.___ and all boebtI oat, if Tour Dowel are ap'by moralag.o
future her wellPIi1l1witb by, the death of their son who ha from -y* government gown .$20 aDd yau. ;
are 'bead ashea
: horn a* they Morris been ill for several months.. These to form a volunteer lion to Tulle veil ___.____________-, ____ s eonstlpated TOOT or ot get yonr money backCMMrm; cWlJ'_...."'t. tT1L
the lace. U
Mr take
from at&rrkand hope good people have the sympathy of the serve a* regular sildler These women Tailored suit _____________i_,___ 20 stotaaeh 1>anII... DodscV aoor ,Just, Uver ,Toae a spoonful Insteadof take.Dodaoo>*.Xfver Toao beeawe it lapleaaaat ;

; *te' will 'him. entire community In their. beresv.m.nt. .- .assert that they are ready to assume Two waist at $3________________ e saUvaitMP',eaknwLDodaoa'a itaUag sad 'doeamt er', '.

; 'OQ'd hare Laughed yourself eus *ick' If all military duties except actual On hat _____......_-,--___.____ It sung Liver skk.slng TOM, I real flyer BMdVToofO raa>p or Hakertkeaa alek.r,, .

you; could hare '.watched two of, our Alfred and Jennie Meyer are visitIng engagement, in battle and are particu One-hat .______.._.-..... .--11 I ..... bow It*next saormlag .beTorn I aa* >aelUB( '*nUoa'W .kotfls*.ef, : . )l
larly desirous of befnjr emplawed for Shoe . __..:...:._.... ,... 4 '( '
,dignified business ma captnr a.Jade.I .in Orlando- ... ? ? Tn 4 wfllwmk .p 'fealiac" lash 1luda'uUverTus.psopluwhak.v. ;
,. ... .Bascom Fletcher who 1* employed ,. patrol Mrrloa St SIip rUnderwear...._______...____ 4 ; ..", '
rabbit last Thursday afternoon down Mr. year. flier win be wevkiaff, year *eadaeb ,..a4 t.b&11'- ....... ._ Uww, ,,' ."*'laks'front -'.' 'r I: at the Bell shingle mill, had the ,' -" ;:: "- .. r---r..T. _____ u ...'dials*** gvs. joar stomaeiwin ....... 'taW r....... '." ..... , ,. i'
'V allrhtly misfortune to cut. the finger' *f his "lira. TbontasJ."prestoi.; : Jr., formerly Corset ____. -_._______. 4 "
':, 'W. M1Lat succeeded:. 'In k* ... sad swell renlar.: Y.. uk.t -1'Iij> ..s boWs ...... .4:;
,,':wo.nding a Jack-rabbit and then tried right band very badly lat week.' W* ; Mr*. Grorer' Cleveland i* ...Idto Two 'pettlcoate at $1 -__ '4 YUU'" lib wetting.-: 1'oaTl b* "..... ,.-&III .: '"" :,

: teh It.: ;',Yon 'know Milsora.'tent learned from a late report that he U be leading the; fight'agataat raff Negligee. .. _.,________. I III.'tat e( vgsaM a.b't'. ......... ........... ..r'I': : '.': :J:'! 'i'
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Municipal' Election to beheld defeated According "to' figures' 'c J. (
Bonding Kliiimmee Cowpunchen: County Tax Assessor Barber 1* still i
i. Augult 7th 1115. City of Klsslm OP TRADE SENDS LET the Bartow team at Bartow awaiting, the data on the state. millage the United States mPlledfif. The new anti-narcotic: 3aw'iVh; sale ,

+ nee, Florida to determine whetherthe I TER TO PROF. ANSTED PLEDG- yesterday, afternoon by a score of- 4 for the present year" assessment, culture, good roads place a .f-'n' eBteurbT upon" th

City of KUalmmee, Florida, shall ING ITS SUPPORT AND CO-OP- to 1. The locals played a splendid Just what I I. holding up this important ida stands fourth among southern of drug, commonly dosP* "to '
issue Bonds to.the Amount of Sixty- game, taking forty-three chances tothe information i* ,not known. The states in IteP8mntace of ..Improv.dJtighways person. afflicted with the ', dope"! ,
nine Thousand Fire Hundred One. Dollars ERATIONf IN MAKING THE ''field without an error. Porter, figure should have-arrived from Governor -- Florida.. is 2.1 per cent habit, hat. made itself felt-in ihi*. vi.' :;:

', and thirty-eight' cents. for Grading SCHOOL ONE OF THE BEST who played shortstop, accepted eleven Trammell on July lit, but noth above the average for the United dnlty. ; 't
Paring and Curbing certain KNOWN IN THE STATE. chances without an error. He also ing has yet been heard from TaUa- States. Following, I. the table. of I The enforcement of this law has i de..LQ
treats in said City, also for Building figured in the hitting with a scorching hassee. figures for the south, with the averagefor veloped the fact that there are in 10."

Bridge Across Head of Lake Tohope- triple Speedy Alvey registered two the entire country: !isimmee i and immediate vicinity

c kaliga, to nar .au'a Island. While the meeting of the board of hits out of two times at bat. The Miles Per ct Per ct: :, ty-two persons who ara afflicted!

'I Make a Cross Mark (X) before the trade held last Friday night was call. score by innings. : GET THE BEST TREES Imp'd Imp'd Un- the habit. They are all now twen.-.I1
I word No .. the of discussing RilE Road Road ,, the :
,& word Yea, or before the ed for special purpose imp'd the authorities and while
your choice nay be. the municipal bond issue a number Kissimmee 000103000-4-8-0 FOR PLANTING GROVESElsewhere United States _.223,774 10.0 90.0 ing of their supply of poison has

$ of other matters were considered, Bartow ..1 00000000-1-8-2 1 Kentucky ___ 10,686 18.3 81.7 !j I ed some suffering: among them
this being the first meeting of the or- Batteries: Barze and Storey; Davis 2 S. Carolina._ 4,889 173 82.7 '1 seems to be no likelihood of any serious d1
t For Bonds for Retiring Present Outstanding in this issue of the Val- 3 ____
ganization since June 4th I and Davis.EVANS. ., Georgia 12,000 14.2 858 Sheriff Ingram has
Indebtedness estimatedcost ley Gazette will be found the advertisement
4 Florida __ __
Among the important matters considered 2.176 12.1 878 been called in one or two instances ,
$15,000.00. was the notification of the enlargement of the Ocklawaha Nurseries, 5 Tennessee ._ 5,354 11.7 88.3 where the "dope fiends" have become

Yes of the Kisgimmee Business ASKS BOARD TO Tangerine, Fla. For your conveniencethis 6 Alabama _._ 5,491 11.1 88.9 unmanageable, but so far there has .
and of to the company opened offices in 7 __ _
School its change name Yowell-Duckworth Virginia 8,732 8.6 914 been little trouble as compared with .
For Bonds for Retiring Present Outstanding Central Business College of Florida. the building, Or- 8 N. Carolina 3,440 7.0 93.0 that in other sections. ,
lando where would like have
they to
Indebtedness estimatedcost This information was given the boardin AID IN FARM PROGRESS Texas .. __ 4,896 4.0 96.0 .
call and get a catalog or write
a letter from Professor B. C. An-' 10 Arkansas _._ 1,085 30 97.0 '
$15,000.No their G. G. Springfield, Mass., now has a woman -
sted president of the school. representative Wright, 11 Louisiana _._ 567 2.3 97.7
who will be pleased to answer all\ probation officer.dililsOs .
The board unanimously endorsedthe cor- 12 Mississippi 346 0.7 998 ?
school and pledged itself to aid COUNTY DEMONSTRATOR TELLS respondence or talk the matter over 13 Oklahoma __ 499 0.7 993 .

::1 For Bonds for Grading, Paving and in any way possible in making the COMMISSIONERS THEY CAN with you as well as demonstrate thatit d -

4' Curbing Stewart Avenue, from school one of the best known institutions HELP BY REPORTING TO HIM pays to start right when contemplating The Denmark diet has adopted an .. .
Street to esti- in Florida suggestion of starting in citrus culture. amendment to the constitution giving
Church Broadway Upon ON ANYTHING HE CAN DO IN
W Lawler the board This nursery is one of the oldest in the vote to women and conferringupon
mated cost, 243943. the Rev. S. authorized -
the secretary, J. W. Prentis, THE VARIOUS DISTRICTS OF Florida and their reputation for fair them the right of election to the filMIER[

z Yes. to send a letter to the school giving COUNTY. dealing is too well established to re- diet.
(ouire laudation from this paper. Their
of this endorsement.
motto: "No nursery tree For Bonds for Grading, Paving and The matter of taking stock in and I'"t"
Curbing Stewart Avenue from an exhibit to the South FlorIda I CounVj Farm Demonstrator B. E. class tree unless budded from bearing lose the heel of a shoe that one of their .
-' sending Evans before the of of known and children will die before the is
Church Street to Broadway, estimated Fair, which ill now being agitated apeared meeting quantity qua'ity year out. (
cost, $2,439.43. in until the hoard of county commissioners fo production," is the pecret of the Servants in Germany receive much
was postponed some
.. Tampa Ham- I Monday and told the board members In'mimenal success of the Ocklawaha better treatment than in America and Insurance that Insures
future date. A letter from I B. L.
No I that he would appreciate it if every N urseres.; often are treated as members of the ;
ner, secretary, was filed as informa
one would constitute himself a committee family.

; For Bonds for Grading, Paving and tion.The hoard also ppro\ocl SecretaryI'rentis' to aid in the work Mr. Evans" oOOO *****"**"** Some of the Protection that Protects
Curbing Mabbett Street from said that if every member of the board largest taxpayers in
f I Stewart Avenue to Bermuda Avenue financial report of the Fourthof I would report to him on anything in < LAKE HAMILTON Getttysburg, Pa., are women, but they
July celebration committee and he .> POLK COUNTY have no voice in the affairs of thecity's
estimated cost $8,11000: their districts in which he help I
was instructed to have the report published the farmers, he could accomplish much 4' oQo government.DR. .
in the Gazette that
Yes Valley for the of the agricultural 4'4,4,4'4'The
more good
all members be fully informedas I
may condition of the county J. A. TROVILLION
For Bonds for Grading Paving and to how the money was expendedCOMMISSIONERS circular letter morning passenger train north- I '
I lie attention to a bound on the Haines City-Sebring Speciaist! in DAKIN AVENUE
Curbing Mabbett Street from I which he Is now sending out to the branch wrecked Sebring CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS
was near
; Stewart Avenue to Bermuda Avenue : farmers in regard to the planting of Monday morning. In some a tie Cure them without cutting KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

estimated cost $8,316.00. AGAIN ''oats and rye. The letter reads' as follows -I became loosened and while way the trainwas ,- them out.
No I : running it struck the tie which ORLANDO FLORIDA
----- "I am endeavoring to secure oats went through the floor of the bag 33-bmo;

- 1jf For Bonds for Grading, Paving and PLAN TO BUY TRACTORINSTRUCT I and duced rye price seed, and for fall in order planting to at do a re'l gage up car, breaking the leg of the express -I ..- .. - -

4 c. Curbing from Clyde Avenue I II we must order in large quantities. train messenger off the and track.throwing A wreck-thiwhole . .... .... ..... . ... ....... ..... .. ........ .. ..
through Pen Reid Avenue to Big
I Co.
"The Waters & Corson
Ditch on Railroad, estimated cost CLERK TO ADVERTISEFOR Grocery II ing train was sent down, and it took
and the Osceola Hardware Co. have
f $6,876.45. BIDS AND C. BUNNELL, OF : consented to order all seed necessaryand the all day track Monday again to get the train on WALL PAPER SALE

t Yes BASSENGER EXPLAINS WORK- } will riots satisfactory prices
extension the
; I The contract for an of
INGS OF MACHINE HE NOW "The varieties ordered will he Texas
school house by additional room has .
Commencing August 2nd and
.; 'F For Bonds for Grading, Paving and HAS AND WHICH HE OFFERS I Red Rust Proof oats and Southern been let to Mr. Wilcox, of 'this town | Contiuning

; -. L Curbing from Clyde Avenue TO SELL COUNTY.. grown rye. I and material is now on the ground for I to August 31st, We Will Offer For Sale .
"In order stand of
t Penfield to secure a good addition. The second
through Avenue to Big this room is very
\ Ditch on Railroad, estimated cost either of these grains I recommendthat necessary, as the actual average attendance ). 5000 Rolls of Wall Paper From 1 to Sc. .

: $6,876.45. The county commissioners. are againconsidering I you plant on land that has growna at the public school here lust I, t Per Roll. Even Though You Do Not Intend
< the proposition of the crop of some legume, such as cowpeas year the first year of school here was ,

: .! \ No purchase of a tractor engine to be' the. velvet beans, or beggarweed during thirty, and this year the outlook is I:: to Do Your Papering Now, This Will '

used in road work, especially in R'rad-I i| past season that the attendance will he 1 nearerfifty. \
i/ For Bonds for Grading, Paving and ing and in hauling the heavy convict ', "If you care to co-operate with us in I Arrangements have been made {: Be the Time to Buy Your Paper. We :
: Curbing Church Street from 'I I buying seed and planting the way the for two teachers here this and
cages from one location to another year' :
k Stewart Avenue to Main Street, The subject was brought up at the I Government recommends kindly signify -, the classes will ljraded., one teacher :' Cordially Invite You to Call and Inspect -i
; J estimated cost 581175. meeting, of the hoard on Monday and your intention by writing me. taking the lower and the other the Our Stock.Orlando .
1 "Please state the kind and amount I :
; I !
: ;, YesFor" after considerable discussion ( County upper giadesMr
of seed wanted. : has returned from his
Clerk Overstreet was instructed to I 3eiley
again advertise for bids for a tractor. I "The enclosed. addressed frank envelope trip to Indiana. I t Paint & Wall Paper Co. ;
Bonds for and
L \ Grading, Paving I It was decided that l before a tractor'' needs no stamp A delegation from Lake Hamiltonand -

ti i 1 Stewart Curbing Avenue Church to Street Main Street from, was purchased it should he demon I "Verj"Benjamin truly yours E_ Evans other places in the east part of I Phone 261 ORLANDO, FLORIDA 205 S. Orange Are
strated and passed by Captain Polk county is attending the good
upon I
Ip estimated cost $5,811.75.No R. L. Farmer, who is in charge of the!r "County Agent, U. S. D. A.or roads meeting at Bartow on Tuesday .

road gang.C. to see if this part of the county willget .',
Bunnell, of Bassenger, who ownsa a road if the proposed bond issue '- - .t.

: ,, For Bonds for Grading, Paving and tractor engine, which he would like .GEORGIANS TESTIFY is voted. A north and south road from

.., Curbing Main Street from Oak to sell the county, appeared before the Haines City through Lake Hamilton, $80|! CALIFORNIA !
Street to City Limits, estimatedcost board and explained how his machine I 10 MAYR'S REMEDY Dundee. Waverly Star Lake, .Mountain -
$12,584.25. works. He stated that his machine Lake and Wales is very necessary ,
would do the same work as most ma- I hut the powers that be at BOTH EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONQ LIMIT

.Yes chines of the kind which are two or :I Lives Redeemed! and Fortunes in Bartow, it seemsl think otherwise.The For tickets reservations, descriptive literature and I;(;

three times as heavy, and that being Health Are Recovered.: entertained their '-1 "
;4 ; For"' Bonds for Grading, Paving and light, in comparison, the tractor, husbands and friends at an open meet- full Information 'pn ne, 'wire or write to t '

,,""<.1vi;Curbing' Main Street from Oak would safely cross any bridge whichan Most of the problems of health orig ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. II H. C. BRETNEY. Florida tassenger Atnt.. ,c'tl'II

;4,. '. ", ; \,,,Street to City Limits, estimated automobile could cross.. The machine inate in the stomach. .:Most of these Mosnat Friday evening.. About sixty LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAu-\\
: .' ", t'J\; : ,cost I12.584.2B., is started with gasoline and runs ailments be cured. Thousands of were present, and a fine program,
. ;
.. enjoyed.CHEER 134 West Street ( Bell Phone 167) :Jacksonville Fla. :
musical Bay
-" No on kerosene, requiring about fifteen people right in the state of Georgia partly was ,
gallons of kerosene for ten house : are needlessly suffering from stomach Us Plan Yeij Tour and Arrante Detail_- lJ'et

: steady work.If troubles, while thousands of others ...-. '7
: For Bonds for Grading, Paving and a tractor is purchased by the have found health by the use of Mayr's -------
Curbing Vine Street from A. C. L. county it will he used in pulling the Wonderful Remedy. The first dose of UPThat

Railroad to City Limits estimated grading machines and in hauling the this remarkable remedy is proof.

ed cost $8,473.50. heavy convict cages from one location Here are the words of two Georgianswho

I Yes to another as the road work progresses have used it: Tired Grouchy Feeling
c I B. DUNCAN, 136 W. Peachtree St., I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee 1 I

I Atlanta, Ga.-"I took one bottle ofMayr's Means a Lazy Liver
For Bond for Grading, Paving and ,
Wonderful and
it did
I Curbing Vine Street from A. C. L. Remedy
). ooc me so much good I must continue the
Ii: ,. Railroad to City Limits estimated LIV-VER-LAX will clear you out,
4 treatment.
i,,' ; cost $8,473.50. oo ODD BITS OF NEWS 4' SALISTA THOMAS, 65 La FranceSt. and make you feel fine and dandy

}'" No .tooooooooooooo ., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your again, It is just as effective as calomel FURNITUREWE ? ..
ooooocoootThe remedy for five weeks. I feel like I but has none of its well known

1 ,.:.,p. For bonds for building Road and treaty of peace after the hardly known" my strength-my appe- disagreeable after effects.
,( Bridge Across Head of Lake To- Franco-Prussian war was signed May tite is fine. LIV-VER-LAX eliminates poisons

1 :; hopekaliga from Cape Breeze to 10 1871, at FrankfortontheMam.The ,' Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives cleanses the system, and relieves constipation -

t, ,1 Barbeau's Island, estimated cost giraffe is said to be the only permanent results for stomach, liver in a thorough but pleasant

: $10,000.00. animal in nature that is entirely and intestinal ailments. Eat as much manner. A little taken regularly, HAVE IT !
if and whatever like. No
>> Ye dumb, not being able to express itaelf after you more means consistent health and no doctor -
by any sound whatever. eating, pressure of gas in
I the stomach and around the heart.
';49 Auction sales were originated in
ancient Guarantee. bottle bearingthe
For bonds for building Road and Rome and Introduced, Get one bottle of your druggist now _
were to
likeness of L. K. Grigsby, is -
"W Across Head and it absolute guaranteed
; Bridge of Lake To- try on an guaranteeif --
enable soldiers to of
dispose their loot
i4 hopekaliga from Cape Breeze to not satisfied money will be returned. to give satisfaction or your
.,- Barbeau's Island, estimated cost the spoils of war. I money will be returned For sale herein In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete

$10,000.00. In the four years she has been in 50c and $1 size bottles at Osceola line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and
I' the building trade in New York city, The latest fashion frivol is a touchof Pharmacy 33-4t
i.yc I No Miss Alice M. Durkin has made a color on the separate white skirtto handle reliable

quarter of a million dollars. match the colored blouse-and a >(>T1('K Kttll IMTKI.ICATION
,[;: 'i Women who are parties in colored blouse and a white skirt, by I
polYKam'l n.u.rh..t of the I..rh.r. V. 51. Land Bed Room Furniture
: ous marriages will he barred the 'way is quite] the smart ,st thing orilrr a< Inrnillle.., Klorldo. July Dining
ORANGE CENTER coming members of the Daughters of for summer fear. The color may he ::-t. l.'1\.
, the American. Pat Reoli3tidnMrs I' introduced in the skirt by piping the Noll"p I I.. hereby given that ByronA Room Suits Kitchen Outfits, Parlor '
\ Conway is probably tho seams with a fabric that matches the Intten of nuKhman Florida whoon
ftSCENEOF" ; FIELD DAY only woman jailer in the United blouse. March 80 1414 mndp l-f"m..tea Suits Odd Chairs Rockers '
States She has charge of Tom Green I'ntrNo 012661! for Northw..t Quar- ,
ti-r. Section Z Town.h1p IS South
county jail at San Angelo, Texas. Japaneose volunters who offer their ,
nan, 27 East Tnllahnnnfe M rldlftn. Couches Etc. :
.. A bill prohibiting treating to intox services to Russia will be enrolled at han filet notice of Intention to make i.
t. Plans are now being made for a big icating liquors ha< been passed by the Valadivostok in the Fiftenth fusiliers Thrf< -v. ar IToof to ratahllah claim to
J- field day of the growers and truckers assembly of the Wisconsin the land shove described before Clerk
legislature. and sent to the front in Europe. or Clrc-ult Oourt at Klamlmme Florida .'
;i : in the Orange Center section on Fri on the 9th day of september 1V16
'V' day August 13th. The growers will Claimant names afl wttneiiaev: This store is maldnf a record for Helf in the matter of ,. .

ii' meet at the home of E. B. Morrey according OOOOOOOOOO.'OO Richard Qnunln. of Ijomrhman", Fla helping people to outfit home COm..d.... Our price a,. .
OOOOCOOOOOtoooOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOO'O' Henry W Stark. of Loughman Florida -
: :.' ; to the plans and the farmers : + ri PL .
J; I, will then visit several farms in that 4. FRENCH GIVE WAR LOSSES AS 1.400000 4 harley J. Rhodes of Louffhrnnn, !
;;; ection to study methods and note the 00- Florida .
8,770,810 4' ( Pare of Lou
.f .,,1 jurogreii; of crops. 4 + u- Utll..nIr ; + W DAVIS.a'lie'; :ie;.

':' J CT IL Baker, farm demonstrator, of 00Ac rdi! ig to an official appeal Issued by the French Relief 4'

.4 4.. ,, : baa Orange charge county of, and the E. Evans in who 4' the French casual ties from the beginning of the war up to June Society 1, 4' NOTICE: FOR PUBL.CATION'D..p.rt.t TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS j

Qsoeola; 4' 1916 total 1,400,000. Of this number 400,000 .. ... .
will attend are reported killed, 9 of < I -rt r, II. H. laud
'. county and talk with the 4 700.000 wounded and 300,000 taken prisoner. 4' or.... lit IIi',. .,-owen.k 4 This statement .'* the text for the following computation, from 4' 34. 1B1B.Notice No matter what kind of an Engine yon hare-Gas, Steam, ...

.I I It i* likely from this that section a number will of thergrowers 4' official sources, giving the latest estimates of the total casualties 4' !I. hereby "given, that Harley Railroad or Stationary Enrin -we hare exactly the Toeb yen

:.i4 I"'" attend .4' of all the powers engaged in the great war: 4' J. Rhode, of IjOUNThman Florida who need In everyday work Wrenches Hammer
] the field day, the plan having been 4' on November 19. 1918 made HomeateadKntry. your Oiler, etc,

.I.; r \ ,suggested at the meeting of the Osceola 4' COUNTRY Killed. Prisoners and Total 4' of. No. O1U91. for N% of NE %,. SK all of the. beet quality and workmanship, and at price*,thai wi0 /, ;;
Wounded. Mls '
,1, Fruit and Truck ing. Casualties 4' 4 NH Vt Section IT and SW of
t County here Growers 9 Franc ___________ ? 400,000 700,000 800,000 1,400,000. NVV W, Section IS. Township 14 South tarpriaeM. Thl tore has the reputation, ...dIiq., :only ;
meeting held last Tallahassee
", ,...J, '- h' Saturday. 4' Great Britain _______, 116,000 229,000 83,000 428,000 4' 'Range h... filed IT notice East, of Intention Meridian to make, hardware. that .b of ... ortia1ity, and yen will make... ..-., I
", V 4' Russia ....._ ___.___ 783,000 Commutation Proof to establish claim
:i :(w: -.* 'Wearinciehoe which are built for C.. Germany ___ 482,000 1,028,000 852,000 770,000 8,485,000. to the land above described t.fore , coming her* NOW and inspecting ... big teck.V I.QJ \ ?>
------ 233,000 1,667,000.
,/ ..ervice, a. broad:brimmed felt hat V Austria ..___ j. Clerk of Circuit Court at Kissimmee. .
;t. .. '. .1 ______ 341,000 711.000 ,183,000 1,235,000. Florida on the till day of September I. ,"
; 50 : louchinat bouther face, heaver leather :
'Belgium _. 11111. .
fw-; s47,000 160000. .40.000 241,000 4' ,)
: ; leggia .nd cowhlder cuff decorated Claimant names a. ...ltn.,1Byron ;
I, V Serbia *...:,_*.i<.:.. 64,000 90,000 48,000 181.01m 4' '
.,: ,,:"it with copper braid and a heavy denim Japan -..,v,,' .*.....;:_. .OO. 910 ,,,:,__ 1,210 ida. A. Patten, of LouKbman\ ,,,Flor- \ &
kirt cut halfway betweeQ..tb41 kneeand'ankle i. : c33la
% : Richard Oauslo. 'of Lousiiman-Floi4, Hardware Com'paoyr p
". Is the costume' 'lcJ i
", :worn by )U.* ,+ ; ;
"t.1GraDd.tcita1a___ ,31O"J,83T.610'? : 1,706,600 :1,877.810 4' I ;
,;; .. 'Franlde 111y aced 20, who drive ateanferery. '. i4LnmnrT W. Stark. JUoulunan, Flor
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