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 13, 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: VID00711
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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: .0',eral1''OWIDg'to\\members tbe of absence the Klsslmmee of sev ..: ,. ... ,

Of CATTLE[ 0 0 0 given Concert, night Band concert the regular was Wednesday not- '.0.> CURTAILED FROM OF OVER $27,5nO [FOrt CITY

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][ io' TEXAS 0. however, tonight beginning at BY U. S. THE RAND .j .
4. 7J30 J o'clock,, and the program CATTLEMEN MEET IN Will Care For present''lnddJt.:
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edness Now';
'" 4r March "Oippsland"; One Step .. ._ Due'and Pay
0 "Rose of the Mountain Trail"; BIRMINGHAM ALA. for; Paving Main

F; ;,925.., ,.Head In 22 Gars 0 0 Dade Polka "Enfantine""Golden Robin"; Overture; Sere- .* One Carrier Taken ,Off By: Burlesque Parade and BaseBall From City Limits; , i"' '

4 Poet and Peasant"; One Step, GATHERING ON
,, 0 "Chinatown. My Chinatown" I BIG SOUTHERN e...;:,
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Leave Kissimmeo Order Amuse CrowdMAYOR
.,} 4 Tenor solo, "Silver -Threads Big STOCK RAISERS TO BK HELD STEPS'TO
'+ i,M 4 Among the Gold" C. E. Gard- THERE ON AUGUST IS, f. AND BETAKEN; .

; : 4 net; One step, "Tlpperary" by.* GEORGE MILLARD'S BO-DERBY WRITES. LETTER
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CITY Urging the
AND local AT
cattlemen SESSION
NO MORE SEINING FOR Cattlemen' Association at Birmingham FURNISHING' WOOD TO .mTr'lI."LEcrRl
next week F. L ,
F Uncle Sam's mall department has Derby president '
pi A solid tralnload of cattle went begun to economize so it would seem Fun reigned supreme in Klssim- of the orc.anI..Uon.lwho| U well LIGHT AND' :;,WATER
out, from Klssimmee on Tuesday, FISH IN LOCAL LAKES from the action taken here this week mee yesterday afternoon when the known here, wrote the following: letter PLANT. ' ), ..
,bound for Richmond a small town when one of the three free delivery Firemen of the Volunteer Department : ."/ -
about thirty miles west of Houston carriers was taken off.and the workof and the Klsslmmee Concert Mr. E.E.Naugle Klsslmmee, Fla. But two Item of the sight include; 'd
xf' Texas. In this train there were I GOVERNOR TRAMMELL ORDERS serving the entire city left up to Band pulled off their burlesque pa-, Dear Mr. Nau&I.I-1 want to extend ed In the bond election held last Bat-'>
r twenty-two cars, loaded with 926 SHERIFF TO STOP COMMERCIAL the other two. rade and ball game, the latter resulting to you a .pec1a1lnvStaUon to attend urday carried. These two' were the
cattle off tbe ranches near. Kiesim4 George Millard one of the carriers in a victory for the Firemenby the meeting of the Southern Cat $16.000 Issue to cart for outstanding
m'ee.The FISHING IN EAST LAKE was laid off by order of the a score of 1J to 8. At least that tlemen's Association at Birmingham, indebtedness of the city, and $12..
'1 cattle were bought by 8. J. AND LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA IN postal department on Monday of this was the score as best it could be August 18th and 19 and our big sale 614.115 for grading, curbing and pan e
: Winston of Houston, Texas to be COMPLIANCE WITH RECENTLY week and the route which he had figured out after the use of a grossof on the day of the 20th. lug of Main street from Oak street tof, ;,
placed upon his ranch, near Richmond PASSED LAW. been carrying divided between the pencils and over a ream of paper. If you will help us to get members the city limits. "* '.".
there to be fattened and improved other two carriers, George Gardnerand Anyhow the gate receipts were divided for this organization In the state of Considerable Interest was wan!*'
;. '" for the market., Mr. Winston Sam Lupfer. up on that basis, the firemen Florida youwill do more for your tested In the election all day'';and &;'
,, .is a great believer 'n Florida catfje) 1 In compliance with an order from Recently the inspector of the free getting $21.30 for their share and cattlemen than any one thing that good percentage of the Qualified freeholders -.;
and now has between 3,000 and 4,11"00 i Governor Park Trammell, Sheriff L. delivery service paid a visit to KlsBlmmee the band boys $14.20. has ever been done for them. ThereIs voted. :;.V'J,.'
:\ ,\ bead at his place. 'H. Ingram has ordered all seining and this action Is supposed to The attendance was the largest three things that your people will The city council which met on'
a The cattle which brought a good for fish in East Lake and Lake Toho- have been the result of his report. that has attended any ball game this have to do before the cattle Interestsof Tuesday night to canvas th&:otef'
,,: price were sold by Rull Bass and pekallga stopped. This action is In'' Some of the patrons affected by the season, and those present got the Flor'da will ever develop to whatIt found the following recallon''the'"
; .the Southport Cattle company. keeping with the law recently passed change have been "mean" enough to worth of their money in, fun, the admission should be: Tick eradication good various Items, a two-third majority .
The cattle were dipped here be- by the legislature.On say that the inspector had to show being only ten and fifteen bull. and railroad transportation. being required to carry any of the
.v fore shipment and all day Monday a account of high waters in Lake his superiors that he was doing something cents. There Is but one way to get at this item: *. c
j I. large crowd of people gathered about Klsslmmee, Lake Cypress and Lake and that he had visited Klsslmmee. The afternoon's fun began with rate question and that U by agood For bend for retiring present outstanding -,
J,,t\ the stockpens watching this Interest- Hstcheneha, the fishermen have< been They Intimate that his the big street parade at 2:30 o'clock. strong organization. The cattle webought Indebtedness, estimated coat f
Inc scene. Loading of the cattle began unable to do any fish-ng there profit- action was the only thing be could This event furnished amusement fora \ at your place cost u. $179 $16.000.00-1115 for and 21 against.For .
r"' Monday night and the loaders ably and the local lakes were their think of that would prove conclimlv- large crowd of half-holiday pleasure per car to get them borne. Every bonds for grading, paring and, ',,7; ri,
rqy;. were busy most of the night getting only hope. The Governors order ly that he was earning hU xaliiry. seekers who gathered on the time they were fed it cost 60 cents curbing Main street from Oak street! .
the cattle) aboard he can, so that the practically means a cessation. of t"e This action is sure to be felt in principal streets to watch the band apiece. Other roads charge $4.00 to the city limit*. .Umated east 111...:.
1 train could start early Tuesday morn- fishing business locally until later In I the service, for no matter how well oys and firemen at their stunts. and that. high: considering the bill 684.25-113 for and "''' ..:.. A
Ing. tue season. Both of.the-'.local fish 'the two carriers do their work they The band led the parade follow- of fare. Now I am calling on you For bond. for building i road and
' R. L. Hyer, president of the South- companies-Plstte & McFarland and can only do so much. The newly arranged ing Jaxbo, the Mysterious and his to boost this meeting In your state bridge 'across bead of Lake< Tobopekallga -
port Cattle company, and W. M. Davis Livingston & Tyson will practicallyquit : routes will require the two burro and Mayor H. R. May riding Judging from experience, and observation from Cape Drees to Bar..
cc secretary and treasurer came business and they estimate that carriers to cover about twenty-two la a dismantled Ford. May's regaliawas in reading your paper you arethe beau's Island estimated cost $10,000. .
down from Orlando on Monday and between 30 and ,,00 men will be miles dally in making the two de- the most comical of all. He wore best equipped man for this place -68 for and 68 against.' ' .
{,iI: remained over until Tuesday morn- thrown out of employment. liveries. a loose klmona of variegated colors, (Continued on page 4)) For bond for grading paving; aDd. .
,i ,' ilng to watch the loading of the cat- The last delivery of the day Is not a suit of overalls six:: sizes'too small, ..! curbing Stewart avenue from Church,
IN :P 'Ie.Mr. made until after the arrival of the and odd stockings coming to his street to Broadway, 'estimated?cost/
Davis, while here, spoke In CONVICT GUARD KILLS four o'clock train from the north, knees. Ills hat appeared to be one MAN WHO KILLED 60JL U.4S9.U-U for and t* agalnst.i.......
'd.( glowing terms of the recent shipment which means that by the time the cast!**]! as too amiul. -torJ qjcQun gjMt. FoLqqu4slorgrsding4curbing '
.. ot cattle maae-to-$4ro Louis a mall lrTnatKTupieIsTSO before the Aon.In his beat be wore a bowie Mabbetto ''street from-Stew
55lralnload having been sent there to LARGE RATTLESNAKEA carriers leave the office, and when knife and a six-shooter and carried tiEER R VISITS CITY art avenue to eBrmuda avenue, ...%'
'Corn-t ,I.*Vj mall Is ieavy or the train is late! a baseball bat and breechloadingshot UmatedcosttE16.0O61tor'and

company SqVrtll be difficult for them to make I gun.After 67 against. . . . : 1.
1.,;: open.. market.. Mr. Davis was well letter from the Osceola county thv&iiJ" .;outeB before night overtakes the band came the automobile With a record of 600 deer and For Bond for grading; paving and
't\ pleased with the results of the sale convict camp reads as follows: them. fire apparatus upon which were 2,500 wild turkey, not to mention curbing from.:Clyd.'a.enu. through
and stated that the stock brought a Dixie Highway Road Camp. The free mall delivery service Isl seated the members of the fire department some sixteen bears,,J. B. Bowen, who Pen field'avenue to big ditch'on rail*
much higher"figure than it would it Aug. 6, 1916. under the direction of First Assistant arrayed In garments of all i live near Davenport, claim h* A** road. estimated cost, 16,876.4871.
had been sold to beef concerns di Sam M. Rogers, guarding on county Postmaster General Daniel C. Una and colors. They were equ'p- some right to the title,of premier. for and 62 against. .'. "' t.
:rectH. II&.Id'that he wa willing road for this county shot a rattlesnake Roper;;and It 1* likely that a petition ped with all ,manner..of strange Instrument -. hunter orFlorida. ,,....4'"I.!>., For bonds.for grading, paving and
', .to try tills plan again It other would ,9 feet ten Inches long The may be made up by the patron here for making noise and earned Mr. ;Bowen was Id' Xl. lmm.. curbing Church street.from:: Btowartavaue
II go in to make up the tralnload. snake'' was discovered by 'a colored requesting that the carrier be put. a banner stating'that they were. Tuesday; transacting' business i and i to Main' street estimated;
t convict, Thomas Bailey., The eonvlct back to work. the Klsslmmee Band., V:, trays that b. 1* now engaged in writIng cost 86,811.76'60, ter.and .72.
being trust7.1 *,went about 60 yards Mr.Mlllard has noVdecided upon Following 'th. iire ''departmentcame a book upon the early' day of. against f '> \ : ; 'r '". l
RNER IS ELECTED' away from the camp and he discovered what! he'wID. do In the future- but the' ambulance and,.,,Red Cross Florida-When hunting was good. Mr.I For bond for grading paving, and.,
the monster snake. He soon gave stated that he,had been told that ,,he automobile loaded down "with saws, ...owen came to Florida In,1882 nand I curbing Vine, street from /A.- c.A 1.\\
the alarm and S. M. Rogers a guard, ,could put his application In for a meat axe* and butcher knives for after a abort stay at'Orlando'moved' railroad to city limit, estimated cost.
"' ; MAYOR OF ST. CLOUD hurried to where the snake was. route in some other Florida city and use In casa oT an emergency. Doe- to Klsslmmee. where b* built'the .471.11)-81 for and 49.agalnst'
,, The gun which. Mr. Rogers did his he may do so. ton Rivers and Hick acted a* official first building of' any site The strue- 'The council met again',last night
1 '' harp shooting with was a .361 automatic 'physicians.Not ture which he erected wa situated authorize City :Attorney O'Bryan '
; +w '. w. N. Garner; formerly postmaster rifle. CHANGES IN EXPRESS CIRCLESC. to be outdone by the-firemen, on the corner now occupied by tho- to go ahead with legal:proceeding,
wa elected mayor of St. Cloud At the report of the gun tbe C. Wolfe, divisional superintendent the band boy. had their travesty on Osceola Hardware building It ,was to validate .tit* bond *-o that they
'\ ? election held there last Satur snake's head umped off. .' Later fourteen of the Southern Express companyat the fire department in the shape ofa later moved off this lot and placed can be edrerUsedfor. ale and that..
p day. E. E. Scranton was named assessor more from three and one-half Savannah. Ga., has been transferred one-legged negro pushing a spraying across the railroad where It wa money secured a* soon as possible. ,
and collector; J. I. Cummings, feet down were found. The mon- to Jacksonville, making his headquarters machine and accompanied by used as a packing house by W. B, At .masting of the council Toes-- .... '
d',. , :\ of streets; O. L. Buckmaster. The camp was located on the oak ida two d.vlslonal superintendents.W. cap labeled "Fire Chief". This out- ed for William Patrick and wa afterward wood for the electric light and water.,, 6
Military inspector; B. F. Kenney ridge to be rid of the water but K. Hale the present divisional fit evinced many laughs along the destroyed by fir*. plant war refused and the electrl.J ?,
t clerk: since these snake were found we superintendent, will handle the business route of the parade. I Mr. Bowen stated that be could light and' water commute ''glvnl( .;
i ," The election was hoUy contested, would rather move In the and expectwe of the ''company over the Seaboard The ball game was a comedy of tell many interesting stories of bunting power to arrange for the purchase of';
.being the first held under the new' would move If the mules' wure Air Line, while Mr. Wolfe will errors and burlesque. The chief In this section of Florida and that wood necessary. ">' :
: Charter of St. Cloud under which thecity '' three of the best marksman In the have charge of the business over the comedian was Mayor May as umpire. all of these will be Incorporated In It was decided to discharge all man
officials compose the council. state. About three weeks ago Mr. Florida East Coast and the Atlantic About the middle of the game he en- the book upon which be 1* now hired to Work' on the street and; t
? The new officer took their seats onvTuesday. Roger killed a fish hawk so highIt Coast Lino. (Continued on page 4)Here's ) working. hereafter 'the street work wlH-b/ ... ,
-" The official vote at the took five minutes( hit the ground. don by city prisoner under tb.e,die< -,
'election was as follows: rectlon of the marshal >' '. :
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4''t' For Mayor PAYS COMPLIMENT \ 1"" ,'),
y Wm. Blrcher . . . . . . . . 91AW. ROSEN WINS HIS SUIT :
i N. Garner . . . . . . .226v'l SMITH-LUSK COMPANY
:; For Treasurer MARKS AS MUSICIANTh . .
i'I.' ;: <<. . . . . . . .23SJ3. AGAINST L. E. MINXA.
( ", .L. Hargrave . . . . . . .106 WINS SANFORD SUIT
,.'t For Clerk and Auditor Plant City Courier In speakingof
'1Fred' B. Kenney . . . . . . 310 Rosen won his suit against L. a Business Man A. R. Mark, who has recentlycome
',,;'-- For Snperintendent-of Streets E. Minx this week for the title to the to Klsslmmee, says: The Smith-Luck Poster Advertising
(L.0.. Eckley . . . . . . . . 34 fishing; business In which both have Prof. A. R. Marks, the instructor In nompany which 1. coin posed'of '\,
., 'L&bo..W.Farrta . . . . . . .141 been taking a part for some time. music who ha been la charge of the W. A. Smith and E. E.-Lusk/of tbl*' .
r :Edd George . . . . . . . . 83 The case was heard before W. B. Plant City Band for several months city has won its fight against tb*>., 1a
>.c 'Nf' Washburn . . . . . . 87 Crawford court commissioner sitting Sedan, Kansas, is just an ordinary country 'left this morning for Klsslnvmee. city council of Sanford. f, '. r,
''t .For Assessor and Collector In the place of Circuit Court Judge town of some 15,000 people. But it has where be will have a position with The Poster Advertising, 'company'has , '

-"":_-W. Porter . .i. . . . . . 119 I Perkins. The suit was In the natureof at least one real business man. Harry HarUell'. Dixie Theater or- been erecting bill board In a... "
,,,.;E. Ilk. Scranton . . . . . .. .221X an injunction proceeding In which chestra.Mr. number of cities 10 centra Florida., '
For Sanitary Inspector Rosen sought to prevent Minx: from His name is J. H. Edwards. Marks' bearing while In Plant Saaford being among the number.

55 O. L. Buckmaster . . . . . .115 Ii : Interfering with the business In.any And now listen : City mad him popular with a" large' After the company had begun 'th*
sir :C.'B. Huntslnger . . . . . . eel way whatever. The case required Edwards spends two thousand dollars number of friends, and under his tu. erection of Its board la Sanford the \
,.' ;Ltl..,Saambow . . . . . . . 131 two full day sessions of the court a telage the Plant City Band wa developed 'eounc'l there passed, an ordinance)
!l. and forty witnesses were examined.It year with his local papers in advertisingevery into a very efficient musical forbidding the erection of the board. N,
developed from the testimony 1 but giving the bill board company =
year organisation. Klsslmmee 1* fortunate -
\ AUTOISTS DECLARE that Minx claimed that he working already in operation there .the rightto
was -
to his services and Plant
on commission for .' St. Lout Has it paid him? Well, he' went to Sedan secure continue in business provided no
City will miss him greatly. It 1*
?t firm and that Rosen was not entitledto a few years ago with but little capital.He hoped that the band may be kept Intact more bill board were erected. Tb*.
ORLANDO ROAD FINE any right in the business. Rosen' now owns a magnificent store, a nice and there 1* no question but tbat local company started a suit beforeJndg
i: Perkla in
clalmaa that he owned the business chamber asking '
the people will creditable
support a
:\ home, and a big farm. Y
and tbat'Minx wa In his employ. band If the realisation of Its valueto a restraining order. Attorney LewisO'Bryan
rj1Although the Orange county brick The suit, according to testimony, resulted "We value our advertising enough to the town 1* properly put up to of tHis city, represented tho'I I
W ff: highway from Orlando to the from an attempt of Minx to make it a part of our assets," he "It them. \L company., On Monday b* received '
says. a
t'.H kola county line wa not assume charge of th* place of business Mr. Marks in notice from the court that the restraining ' "
b,*"' for traffic last Sunday osce-I and his refusal to allow Rosen is the live wire of any business, and a per- the study of music spent In many Italy,year and b* order bad been granted.

!if; were many autolsts from both the key to the place- son can judge pretty well the amount of 1* master of a largo number of In ,
sinunee and OrlaAite who tried After bearing aT' the tesUmony of ,
energy behind a business by the kind and ..tramants.BASEBALL ESlJAPMi' :'
,;; Every one of them declared the road each aide Court Commissioner Crawford ; of'
< .to'be,a-fine piece of work and. to at-I decided In favor of Rosen and amount of advertising that business is'doing. Leslie Deglow, whowlth the two; ,. '
'i/J)' to His ,popularity there wa a gran ted. the'restraining'' 'order preventing ." MINSTRELS Glenn boys; has[; been '11 lDe on' O1M '
r .distream of automobile going- Minx from Interfering. !n anyway When facts like the above ver*.. lalud'for severalmontbe'had'!"
-m.i and.ffemln .11d.y..AU this week with the business. spring tip. a narrow s.atpe from drowning Mon:
.' ::'tU_"' automobilist;,have;teen taking ,every now and then all over the United I NAVE BEEN POSTPONEDy I' day'night. i..v H"' ," '' " ;

r ::advantagoot'the road. 'A 1'ery'good:communication" 'well '.. States, publishers cannot .help. 'Wondering' . I.;,Coming down tosb"dock to"greet: Zit
written;;_w.a s,*received ythl*'week In ; yV' -
,i\: :Work .U1..becld wltbimthe .net a passing motor boat party from.Klssiramee -;
.taw) daym on the Osceola county road regard, to:public improvement, but what It i* that blind the'ey of the average -.o"tbe, absence.of;;.*-om*'ot In which were a number of ,

>IP''':to 'Join"this'road and,the, Alabama Is note published::tore'.v'the t reason the :',, ails possibilities:with printer's ink. J; those ,..b.o'.ue.tco' have' taken;part, the young ladle 'of,the city: among' hd

*" 'Paving company.'WblcttLWlU'bav; writertalledo grV* hi* name ? Ik* tV ''Tallahassee Democrat;, "1 ......; ..:.. . the Baaebe,1l ,)UlL&irela :which Lad wbom:.Deglew 1* a groat favoritehebecame
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newspaper pub '" announced totake place at the much then
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work la charge expect I' '
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wmpleted'p7th.lmld4letof! >> 1 pCtwOhnsat ; UshiarUcle.'ofl'thlk; kind written, by 'hY S2. I .'. ' ,i"' .' ; ":.' ( 011',1. .A''y" ', .-.,.... ., ".'"i GraystoM,Casino tonight:JbaTe.b[ cn farewell. ;H. missed his footing sod . a.
-- . it* reader', but'a* stated. the bead .' .. .,r ... .. l Indefinitely;postponed. ,, /...',/; fell Into the lak*.. 'HI struggle wr. u'V
j' ittj: .. r <11/:0. '1' 'l > '7. / or the editorial'column;the name,oft .. '. 't is likely that.'the minstrel will heard'by,'that; motorboat'v party'f apt.*

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1 issimmee Valley Gazette should have at'lea t-u many carriers. as ; , :',,::OI"J;::: :.,:::::: ."; ,;
The others, if not more. SAID ABOUT (t tA 'I0 ,.

'While we have too official figures as to "
1 P.bll.b.4 D..ry 1IM41. other cities of our j \ '.
4 ria. the carriers employed in
.,*.. !. dally 4.wtl. Balldl.g.. 1.i\J
Bfi;" : VANS AGNBW Owswra.K. population, we do know,of personal knowledge company has been j ;J'r
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k i'I i W. HARRIS. B. NAUOLE, Btlte* ..< Mma r.fcsOTlrtloB that others have as many as we had simmee to put on the '
11 before the cut. This action then on. the vented brick made out '

t One Tear.. _.....__..Kateai__....____..__.. II.10One of the postof flee department seems pe- The brick is said to be with the CHUens Bank ,n .
One Copy part '
Months .__.__..________..-__ 1.00 !. like a magnet and
One Copy Copy.* Blx Three: ldontb...._....-.____...... .71 culiar. purposes' and as }<' dollar to your credit. "
We that the patrons of the local is practically inexhau )
hope F
All eommunlcatlpne. except from our .horl..4 right start now by bank- ,
: oorrespondents, must be lg-ned by th* wrltr. delivery service will take this matter up may develop one of vast ipare cash with u.-it will\ ,.
':/y, for.Rejected matter. will not b. returned unleaa with the department, which they can do by sau Leader. to see how your dpoKlts ,II,

5 u (Entered In the Poetofflce In Klulmmee, Florida preparing a petition and forwarding it to at Interest." ,',....
lt !"..' a* *econd-clas matterFU1DAY \ .> Daniel) n' Roper, First' Assistant Postmaster The citizens of "}' '
1 General, Washington, D. C., who has Saturday for road Cent Intcrent Paid \
c ti AUOUHT 13, 1915. charge of the free delivery service. tract has l>eeii }let for Having Account 't
I .... .t
tween Orange and i

' I4 THE JON1) 1HHUE NEWKPAl'EUH > 5OOD ROADKThere whole section is .,

z and the ( ".
1 question,
"'lliJe the qualified) fro'holders! of )KIHuiiiiintH' is today all over the whole United) will be more wonderful r KISSIMMEE 111I

i did not vole all of the jnopoKcd States a movement which has "spread) like imagine at, this time.

$70,000 bund issue for municipal i improve] an epidemic of contagion A disease, but unlike everybody who is

;4 .;' iiH-nlH at the <'!('<,tioTi held hint Saturday disease it is fraught with great good along.-Orlando I COURTEOUS TREATMENT

''a Al ;'i 1 .' and in fart voted only two out of a total for every community which it t-ffectn. : 3vf,

.: eight projects] there is much cuuw for Hat- That movement is the GOOD HOA}) Kissimmee and

.' j, faction to progressive citizens in the result. MOVEMENT.In nected by a DIRECTORS: ,

,'' : every county in every city, in every Clearwater Sun. JOHN R. BRONSON ,
; :f "':' In voting the $15,000 to take care of outstanding hamlet and c'very'illage the cry for more J. K. HILLIARD A. W. CUSTUS

o' a indebtedneHB ntfw due, the freeholders and better 'roads is being heard continuo I have often agitated

: took a step that will result in clarifying ously. Millions of dollars are being set try Club for Sanford .t

; : :/ the financial condition of the city. aside for the building of these roads. And the reply) that the city
I a In voting 12584.25 for the paving of Main we are glad to note that the Southland it and we must wait for ::::::'.::iMhK: :::::: ::: ::::::,: C:,: ::

: street from the present end of the paving most prominent in this movement and \no-e things. I contend that -
.'to to the city limits, there to join the new glad that Florida is leading the South. well able to invest in a .. .. .. .. ......0..0..0.... ...

,1 county brick road already contracted for, ing in a small' way at A WISE MAN

/ completing a brick road from Kissim to land.But did you ever stop to realize what Tourists are t>, carriea anfficient FIRE INSURANCE .f
to protect: hU propertywhile
Orlando, the voters approved the next important element more than any other has led to large affair but I would he ia living and ample LIFE

:, item on the list. this great movement? Why has it grown mee as a city that INSURANCE to protect hia fan*

These two items which were voted are with such an impetus that nothing can club and built a good lly also la insure the event his of earning his death.capacityby He

vital. The voters showed good judgmentKV stop it? home people backed l taking out an ACCIDENT and
1'': 1 \ in approving them. The newspaper is i the answer to both that obtained one of i HEALTH POLICY. Be on the
But there is encouragement in their these questions.And try clubs in the state. i aafe aide.
1 } We write all line of INSURANCE
"} action on the other items. Only two of the this is one movement in which the one if the proper I I that inaure. and endurea.

,: \ \ items showed a majority of the voters on newspaper can not be accused of having a one.-Sanford Herald. None but RELIABLE old Mne companies .

1 the negative side. Majorities in others, (personal or ulterior motive for supportingIf in D.thia G. WAGER

': while not the required two-thirds, showed we could line up the )people who are .1. Wade Tucker, the Second Floor Citizen Bank Bldg.

.' '11t>> that there are more taxpayers in KiHsim- fighting the battle, for n.!d roads, we would manufacturer, of l ou ) Kiaaimmee..

t t 1, mee who favor improvements, and bonding find, of course, mote automobile owners in time )past c'o\l1I1'C',1\ ( t ,
. as the prolwr way to get them, than there proportion in the lint. than possibly any press) company) of I

are those who want the city to stand still other class, although the progressive farmers friends here samples) of r
I. The cause of bonding was advanced by would run them) a close rIU'('. At that w0oxl-lox brick made Soi L BUILDER w,

', this election. The) agitation which characterized many of the farmers; are themselves t iu the e1('., by) a process) of ('

1 t 't\ the campaign proved that there. automobile (lass. sure discovered by makes acid soils
A t+ are any number of progressive militant citIzens But even if we way that the nit olllohiliHt formed a corporation, salts and imparts
in Kissimmee who have faith in theircity predominate, we have our first and good of $100,000, to IM- crops and trees.
i and who want it to keep step with cause to say that the newspapers) are not Brick Company' ) to Unusually fine BLOWERS r

It progress. This very agitation will make selfish in advocating" this good roads) move the prick he has \' Contains no im GROUND

'. i the next bond election more popular. Every tnent. For of all lasses, the newmpajHT: ) of t the concern will IM- ) at any time-is

movement of this kind is educational.\ i man probably stands lowest iu the auto- mve,-1'alatka t 'I'i 1Il'H- literature and prices.
t \; The agitation revived interest in civic 'niobile-ownig list lie is too busy fight Phosphate Co.

'. affairs. The city had seemed for a tim' lug the battles of his community with littleor 1 Florida ILtV j k

to be apathetic. There was no' life in the \ no financial encouragement t to ov\n nil'utomohiJe. '' 11I 11- STATE PRESS' 1."u\ Vf'l
t 1, citizens as regards municipal'affail'H.. Thin I 1

bond election has served to awaken a new No, the newspapers, iu this light have

interest in civic affairs and that spirit once lined up solidly because they realize that The merchant who S. FLOYDDealer
}", t' aroused will result in good for the city inmany 1 good: roads are the great empire buildersof foreign printing ',.ti

+" ways. today. And it is the unselfish fight listened to when he In '
rl'''' '. '. ', 'We believe that, If the election had been which' they have made in spreading this order business.-

:' t :"held!;: a few weeks farther in advance, more gospel of better highways which has educated -. .. '. Grain and Feed
\ items would have carried, but we have no the people to a point where the man Editor Powell is Hay, !

14 .. fault to find with the management of the( : who opposes good roads KH, as lonesome asa graphs of Bob Holly
(I s election in whatever. The city I iNIC.tion1'tIIII(5 to his and Dakin Ave. '*4>,
y t any way Robinson Crusoe on his desert art supplements ."
council did what it thought best for the ture might be nature, r r'.

h1 4 city and the judgment of the councilmen in ,' we heatMotile of our"good not classed as art. Next Order For Feed :&

/ deserving of consideration. friends complaining about taxes here iuOsceola ,
k. ,:' '. We are glad that, BO far as we know, the county.t Perhaps they are honest The editor of a ,

t election and the campaign which precededit in their complaint, but to give them} a bit indignant i when he ,,>.

I ; b passed off without any hittcrnemi being!, I of omfort v\e note the fact that the Palm "The fellow whom we ]

i ' engendered between the two sides. The I. Beach county assessment is 40 mills in 1 of a wedding notice Academy ;
faK times
+ arguments, while emphatic at werenot comparison to lid'/i.(I here in Osceola. In one, year's subscription. } FLA. I
conducted with They Wt'.t'icalm
anger. district I of Palm Beach county there is added things we said are
S cool and logical arguments such a* ESTABLISHED 1866 .
to this 17 mills for special road and know. -Callahan '
real men should conduct. This is another school district tax. Then add to this the school I in charge of Slater of St. Joseph. Pat. A:\ '
T.f fact that speaks well for Kituuiumet! and tott/1 \ Catholic and non-Catholic families of this
state millage of (i mills, which gives a A scientist now aplendidly equipped with all modem eon-
J her citizenship. of G.'i: mills. And the people of Palm Beach has held so long upon healthy location in quaint and artistic An. 1 ;
In fact, the whole affair but increases county are not kicking, either. They are the people, namely embracing all branches requisite for a
" belief in the statement we have often Music painting, language, commercial i'
*" 1 in tJU'best going right ahead with improvements and boy babies were born For full particulars write ,
the best
made that he live in city 1
3L i' attracting new settlers. Why, only a few in the business of SISTER SUPERIOR.
in the Union.L' ,
( state in bonds for i '
1 '. . days ago they voted $800,000 question says the
more good roads. that in times of war
*J j r CUTTING OUR MAIL SERVICE --: : ill-fed, and their ; : : I GO TO SC"OOL1;

t ? all make mistakes governments as Reports from both postal and express vitality produces boy -- .. ,>;:
t We ,
individuals authorities show that each did a larger business ity is necessary when FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOIL 1.
U' IL l well as individuals. When in Kissimmee during the month of So much Cor the WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE FLA. rJ, v
mistakes it is usually true that they
4tts make month in 1914. scientist Standard the came those of tile .:
July 1915 than in the same provided our with the :
i suffer more than anyone else, but when the :: : of best colleges and unlvrltla Is the' +,
; the
This ought to be encouraging to the man Orlando country. '-WA"Mod.rn
government errs, its mistake falls upon the buildings and equipment) aU- ,
who is arguing against the calamity howler. -: Total en modern convenience -
4 governed.We School. 471 students regular term; lit som. > )
believe that the government of the The .postal regulations forbid the giving The Leesburg 0.00 per mer N. term; total enrollment last session'.,"' ,

'''Z'' United States is the best government in the out ,of actual figures on the business deal of blame for the SchoolFor Tuition free in Colleg-e and Normal;) .
i t
but is it ...
world but that it often makes mistakes we done by individual postoffices, on the prevailing style catalogue and Information Writ..
r .. "I known that the figures show this fact as which it are a HOWARD CONRADI. PRESIDEN-
des C cannot deny. that says ___ ,_L _" .
? During the past week, the government, stated. The express company reports morality. If Brother
in Kissimmee this July was 18
the Postofflce Depart- its business on his history, he
; or more
; I cent more than last July. immoral "society r''
ment, we believe has made a and Orange Trees
materially affects Kissimmee and Kissiin- world has ever known
1.': ; ,';r' Rube Allyn, the sage of the Sarasota England, France and in all slice for Immediate delivery. Place
; moo people. for both Citrus Fruit and Peach tree,
of our free Sun, thus expresses his feelings over the collars and long
t' As the result of an inspection sices and varieties you: want. .Ylk
defeat of a good roads bond issue : ing fashion. We
flee saw
the department
j. city delivery postof -to the beat standard varieties of both
"Out in Dry Prairie where they voted section of the country
; fit to reduce the carrier force from three to front heavy bearing trees
.' 1 two men. Patrons who have been depending solidly 'agin' it, they like sand in their were modeled on the have been grown by expert: and expert-
." thin free delivery for their daily shoes, sand in their hair, sand in their and covered the have been in the business for many :years, 4t ; r

mail upon will suffer from this action. Owing; pockets-they even like it in their mouth, down, but there was grown and are budded on. Pasco Plum,

mails the Heck so they can grit their teeth and ,proportion in the
.... ',to the time of the arrival of the by for a first class nursery stock do htau .
q", jKrvice:was usually;: hampered, even withthree' tell the rest o{ the world to go to hellandit in the up-to-date which' Is your' for the asking. This eat-. '>";:'
(. is b'gosh." I the lookout for valuable;Information regarding
Ewa ' carriers but with one of them cut going, preparing :
'. f;. -_ ... matter what the garb i andearing' for the trees" WRITE,"
less satisfac'tbry'service. .
t' ';'oft'there is ..rare to,be even St..Augustine. maybe? called the Ancient .... > : T., ..ff'f f < J* -:
>_, 'located at XJeeaburg
; also at Eag11: ,
to interfere Things must be
.. bj1AM we all know Ki*sinimee covers a great City, butt hai-not'al1owed'age : ," .the,.famous. ,.Winter:,,Haron section.' *' .
ri The citizens have now.' The .- ,"' : ,
'ffi" : of ground comparison:to Its popul with its progressireness. 1 >'"> ear" n
IS ,St re.: V'ftrea.. ;fact'makea'th route ofthe recently.completed the raising of fund of theatrical criticism! of : !' .N. YPSE1ttE-s r
.' : tion., .Thin build course forth0"enstertainmeft'of : 'Overinghf;' \ rl.tlted : G' ; ." "....,''' '- : 4.J5.,
'/.1l :''"" 'Cariien'much':.longer than ,inmost'cities: ; 100,000 to a golf .. ; and P :, : ; -- : "TAMPA'.' ,, '''' .
> ; )pinterridtors;;;, v/; headed/'Deaths ..
And forthatresaon've
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H b7 the Governor; : | ':- . "'" .
enrollment the\ bW discards ) '
Upon -

It 1 I : The F''a.Bilt *_ t > In the It form!* career of a it bill.ha* been Up called to ,this"A point bill '' 1 ;The Favorit1,Store of.Ktoimmi. : *.,, 1,.* r r I '

; History to be entitled' an 'act." etc. but the Good w : : :
j jI
enrolling clerk drop* 'fA bill to be entitled -
. .. ... -' ," and enroll it a* "An act" .tc :
p Duly enrolled verified and certified : :
";c r' By'! FREDERICK M. HUDSON Unquestionably the most common it" I* signed by the presiding officer of I fOtth5 '
. ;, .FURNITURE ? \
error of the amateur "bill-maker" 1* the other house then conveyed to theGovernor J ,
f' Just at,this time'when the act 'Of in.leaving; oft,the first: word., Copying for approval or disapproval. V
the 19)5 session of the Florida Legislature from ,the published acts,of'' the *.>'A Journal or minute record is .kept ." . ,. '
,.'. / are being -prepared for publication Legislature he begin his bill with the of all steps with reference to each bill. ,.<''
';. in one paper in each county In word, "An. ptt;" etc. The; orthodox A'slight error-in keeping the record Regarding'Week lad Ent.rtalnmeetr.I( f :
.the .stats .the ,article on the sub ect, commencement isfBill to be Entitled nay nullify an act of the wglalature. "
,1' "The History of a Bill will be of in. An Act,". etc ;I'm.' requirement.. is because! the record that i* kept cannot -* Spring day suggest the country and .-WE HAVE IT !
: terest to every :voter in the state. founded upon custom and p_rliamen- be disputed. Hence, it 1* essential the country suggests week end guestspeek I ; .

J<. '.o It;I* remarkable that there- are so tary practice dating back to the un- that each bouts should have an ample end parties, as everybody knows, .
few source of accurate knowledge of known past, probably .to the time fore of efficient clerical help.' aN delightful but week end guests to ."- ,,I "
;' the actual working of th. two legislativ when a bill in parliament partook of I have mentioned the incidents entertainment skill lr _
bodies Recognizing this fact, the nature -of e petition to the King. which befall every bill; but there is i and their require '

I Senator Hudson was requested to prepare At any-.rate, the custom is fixed. It another ordeal which many of them and tact lm ceuectie with ear Hardware .BM. w* carry: a e.plets
: the following article for the leg1 Is the one thing that every legislator encounter, when they must submit The woman who Intend to nave ,
.; "1 illative press bureau during the recent Boon learns and never forgets Personally to the tender mercies of the lobbyist. week end visitors, then or house visitors i.. of faraitara. W rate kpedatty .* .Mt- ttkf .*..*, .-.4kaadl : S

': S :'J session, and this i. released for publication I believe it to be a harmless There i*. a legitimate field for the consider 'one .. ,reliable -
of sort needs to
: when the laws are printed in relic antiquity which 'might safelybe lobbyist; and if he had always stayed any '
'';.J the various papers of the stated dispensed with;,but whoever does In it, the term would not now Imply thing before inviting the outsider into :

quJ; .1,-Preparation. so win incur serious risk of having reproach as it is usually understood ber home-Is the prospective guest Bed Room Furniture DiningRoom
( *? Man y 8(the bills presented at every his measure attacked in the courts. to do. I use the term in the better worthy of the honor! la she to be
J/ cession ar.-not member 11,;:. of BilL >> Kitchen Outfits Parlor
;; prepared by Progress a sense. trusted with one's life, ergo on.'. repu- Suits :
y "" but by persons particularly Interestedy Once prepared a bill is ready to Naturally, many questions are presented madam must not Issue ? ,
*;,..t In the subject matter and unacqualnted begin its official career. All legislative as to which the knowledge of tation T If not Suits Odd ChairS RockersS
: with the technical requirements. Of machinery i i. built and operatedfor the members of the Legislature is bar Invitations and If abe sees fit M to
?g .j such bills probably not one in twenty the promotion of bills. limited. All who come to offer assistance do once the stranger Is within her Etc. '
.,, 'is ,technically correct. First, the bill must be introduced.It will be welcomed, all long a* gates all must be given ber fall cod .' : ,
,The constitutional requirements to may be introduced in either house. they deal openly and in good faith. deuce In bet Integrity and entire .lib .
5' be observed in the preparations of I The proper time for Introduction in The ablest and most effective of legislators erty in every move that concerns bet / '

wSj bills are not commonly overlooked except I the daily order of business in under want all the information they health and happiness Tab tter U amaldmf a record far ibetf la' &. .Matter, .* ,
the which directs that can get.
head "Introduction of Bills whenit
the -
t', I ; As the hosteas' captiousness sometimes to .at ..... Cam and ....' Our price 'an "
'.; the subject shall be "briefly expressed is introduced the title is read by I. During the 1915 session we had comes from feeling that the visitor kelpiaf pops
. ; .r ,'in the title." the secretary or the clerk; the Senate some of the best citizens of the state rfrkt '
,.This mandate is frequently infring- uses secretaries, the House uses clerks laboring long and persistently in behalf of a week or more la outstaying i
."-'ed in two ways. In the first place the and tbe bill has passed first reading. of measures pending. Such men ber welcome the English custom of arranging 'i-'

, J": subject frequently does not appear Ink It is then referred to one of the standing were a help to the legislature. a visit within a prescribed period -
7;: in the title. For example., a committees of the body. It is the Lobbyists of the other type those Is an excellent one. If you ask ENGINEERS
.r. title such as this: "A Bill to be Enacted duty of the committee to examine the who seek success through corruption, Miss Ouest to come on the 10th and TOOLS FOR : : : ;

. _4 an Act to Amend Section 347 bill closely and report their views. are rapidly disappearing in Florida. stay until tbe 20th you have no rea ,
k .of'the General Statutes of the State The of the committee should be I They will not thrive on uncongenial
,:,' of.Florida." Such a title is ineffective "favorable"report or "unfavorable," or "fa- ., soil. son to complulu unions she prolongs for thu N* Matter wkat |kind of .. Earia yo. have- Gas,. Steaim .t 0 y
, because fails to state the subject forable with amendments." The We her stay. This arrangement Railroad Eagia have exactly the Tools
committee will be in no danger from lobbyists and ber or Stationary *--w* yei "
of tbe going putt
) matter of the section to be amended. will sometimes report a substitute of this class if we carefullly coming gueot work Wrcacaes .. OUrs '.. i. .: t
r, Add the words "relating to the duties which is one form of an amend- avoid to the tbe whole visit on a pleasant and easy seed ta your everyday ..., .\, :, .
of Boards of Public Instruction" and .ment. It is the duty of the committeeto who are ready to be their Legislature willing men vic- basis aud the hostess and guest of all of Ik. best quality and workmauUp' ..d.a{ price that will' a,, ', ',

W 55 the title would be in proper form for a pass on both the form and sub tims good sense abide by all the require- surprise ,..!. TUtor has tk* .....tati_ of aaadlbg. .ooly.:
bill to amend the section named. stance of the bill. It is expected that Florid is to be of and kindly feeling "
In the second those who congratulated upon ments politeness hardware that I* ., Mperior quality end y. will auks .. .... 1
,1' place prepare the chairman or some other member of the success of her efforts in this direc- as long as the visit lasts.
-9. bills frequently forget that the the committee will ordinarily be pre- obligations are lake ia cemiaf here NOW and iispecti ear big stock.: r ,
'' subject is to be briefly expressed in tion.The I Some veryefluite }
pared when the bill comes up for dis-
baby bill has closed its career. Involved when Inviting a friend to par- 'r
. '. "... the title. As a result titles are often cussion on the floor to explain the
r" unreasonably long and minute, attempting Passing through all stages it has take of a home's hospitality for this
considerations that moved the com-
t to enumerate every detailr" grown to be an act and then with theGovernor's stated period. The hostess must see to
rI'- mittee to its action.
referred to in the bill. Such titles signature it becomes a law. materials In
It that there are writing Osceola Hardware
When bills have been It Company
must stand
. reported they one more test. What
are not only inconvenient but dangerous ..
tbe friend's room stamps
for this undertaken automatically take their places, in the will the courts say of its validity when
I'W' ,. to enumerate reason.details Having the undertaking order they are reported for second measured by the standards of the constitution She must consult with her guest concerning ,
//1' reading; and thereafter each bill has ? The answer depends the acceptance of any Invitation ,
F must be carried out and nothIng
; its place the calendar, which largely the that bill I homes. When callers
la must be overlooked. Hence the proper on I upon care the has to other ,.'
reinadvertent omission of one item is -only an extensive memorandum received when it was under consideration -I come the guest must be asked, to go -
;4 might mislead as to the actual contents printed daily to show the status and' and that brings us face to face I down to the drawing room as a matter .oo. .... .. r
relative situation of each bill. with the fact known "
"' of the bill. If it could have that to all members I The visiting friend must be
I! of course.
. In the daily order of business in of the Legislature that many important ;'
it render the bill Annual :
{ effect might uncon- Included In every visit to other friends. .
each house there is for "Con- do not .1
' stitutional. provision measures and cannot receive -
'i \ On the other hand if
r the title is broad not I sideration of Bills on Second Read the care they deserv, because I .
qa w-'i to details andgeneral, it embraces, all ing." Under that heading each bill there is not tjme enough during sixty j Roman striped sashes are wound f
'Y lesser matters connected with the gendt is taken up in regular order and readIn days for the proper consideration of about the waist twice, and these are Mountain and Seashore, Excursion: L ,
full. It Is then subject to amend all
:} measures. knotted the .
< eral subjects, is sufficient notice of the i on hips. -- '
t'<,; Minutiae of the bill, and is, therefore, ment. All amendments offered by VIA r
--- -- --- ,
a''' within the constitutional require- the committee or any member on the -- i ,
v menta. floor are then considered. The bill has O.O O. OOO.OO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOO :
L A good example of the titles which then passed its second reading. If no ,

''''..,....... avoid prehend unnecessary the entire detail subject and matter yet com is amendment placed on has teh been calendar adopted of, bills the billie on t I com"u PAPER SALE: ROUND TRIP RATES FROM KISSIMMEE '" 'I

? I to be found in the bills third reading to await its turn.If : .
creating .
new Rkkssond Va
D. XL %&.Ss. Z0.s5
Xiunties.: The form of title usually It has been amended It must be 2nd and Contiuningto Washington, $ ,\

,., 1* "A Bill to Be Entitled An Act to referred to the committee on engrossed Norfolk, Va., $20.55 Bahimore, Md, 24.SS,.a"
'\ Create the County of and tot bills to be engrossed, which means August 31.t, We Will Offer For Sale '

"t (" ,,provide for.tbe Thereof.Organization" and Government that amendments it must incorporated be re-written so and that alj it | 5000 Roll of Wall Paper From 1 to Sc. Rood Trip Rate Fna jacksavifle .. <

"'". !'I"' *';; ,When Date should When a Law law Is take Effective.iA effect. .Unless will terlineation.appear without This done mutilation the committee or in- <[ Per RolL Even Though You Do Not In- Winston-SaUm, N. C. 14.00 Ckattanoefa T.... _...*, 1X-0, i 1 s.

I otherwise provided in the bill it reports it back to the body and it | tend to Do Your Papering Now, Thi Will WSkninsto. N. C. ___ 112.00 Meni.srU, T.... _. '15,05 '+

'becomes effective sixty days after the takes its place on the calendar for Be the Tune Hot Springy Va. 1&50 Maawotk Ca"-X,.{.., 17.15

& :close of the session. The constitution third reading. to Buy Your Paper. We Roaaok., Va. _____-_, 1025 Warn Sprian V-,,..- LOP :
,provides. Reliance on this provision Under the proper heading, it i la Cordially Invite You to Call and Inspect c .
however, leave. the effective date read a third time and put on its passage Ticket Sold Aagut lltk:- Limit Aaur29tk.,,

to determined' in every ease by cal the vote being by ;yeas and nay Our Stock., For information or reservation call on A: C.. I.. ,
Is The confusion i i. best avoided
on call| of the roll. ' S -
in the bill by a definite date being Tkket, Agent or .
Th three readings of a bill must ,
r .m.ec1..h the act la to take effect. be on three separate day but Orlando Paint &. Wall Paper Co. \ rA.. W.; FRTTOT.: J..G. KIRKLAND< ', ;.1..1"'
It it. i* important that the lawI two-thirds vote of either f bOOM they : Divuioh Passenger Agent Division Passenger Agent: ' .
should- become immediately effective, with the Pfceae 261 ORLANDO FLORIDA 205 S. '
may dispense requirement Orange Av.. Jacksonville **' 'Tampa '
: _? !'the bill should contain the provision, and read it twice three times in ;
*," 'or one ... .... .
"This act "shall take effect on becoming day. The first reading by title only t e o . . .

a law. the second reading must be in full, un- .fno
I 4'To the casual listener this phrase less otherwise ordered by a twothirdsvote
"sounds paradoxical and even absurd. but the third reading must be in CHEER UPThat

d.r4 When our Supreme Court expressed full.The Limited
;t...& Judicial approval of such a provision presiding officer then announces I 1 r
, has
> of the law journals of the coun- Potash supply
W one the vote. If the bill has passed he Tired i
ro<.I'.'w try took them to task but the periodical usually follows his announcement with Grouchy Feeling given an incentive to look Y
h t the question "Shall the title remain as Means a Lazy Liver '
s I 1\ Lice was called to our constitution stated ?" The question is another inheritance more thoroughly into plant nutrition ., "
f Section 28 of the legislative article from the dim past, from the with view to ; (.
utilizing products at hand to the o
;;. '''prescribes three conditions under time when the.. title was not a part of LIV-VER-LAX will clear you out, very J
" :-; which a bill may "become a law" the bill. Under our constitution the and make you feel fine and dandy best purpose. The result of our efforts along this line {is"Florideal t'"
,;j" namely, by the Governor's approval title is a part of the bill and must again. It is just as effective as calomel , : .
I'f;'( by passage over his veto, or by laps be amended if at all before the final but has none of its well known Potash "''

ac-i passage.Next disagreeable after effects. Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less :[ -,,, 3It
i.;?' tion. the bill is certified by the LIV-VER-LAX eliminates poisons ., 4'W

" .yyl,; >" Many bills provide that "this act clerk or secretary to the other house. cleanses the system, and relieves con- is so carefully blended that where land U properly prepared we will put it, '
take effect its and When the of .transmissal is
"';, approval shall by the upon Governor passage," but there read the bill message is read the first time by stipation in a thorough but pleasant aw_ against any fertilizer mixture of same ammoniaand phosphoric add con- ., ,.,;. i

:"*..}(is no contingency that the bill may not title and goes toia/ committee Thereafter manner. A little taken regularly, a* tent, regardless of percentage of potash. Send for particulars -* t
w 4,.' ;receive executive approval in which its course in the second house is means consistent health and no doc- l
. event it becomes a law, but does not the same as in the first. When it has tor bills. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. J <
.,.>.i'take effect until sixty days after the passed the second house the fact is Guarantee. Every bettle bearing;
\ session closes. All contingencies are certified to the first house and the bill the likeness of L. K. Griesby, is guar- Jacksonville .::
?' ("covered by the provision that the act ia! returned. anteed to give satisfaction or s "
,')r* shall "take effect on becoming a law," It is next enrolled. That is, tran- money will be returned. For sale herein Florida (".
!h. 14 i;? whether by approval lapse of time or scribed in final form to be signed by 50c and $1 size bottle at Osceola '
,' .passage of the Governor's vetp.fl the two presiding officers and finally Pharmacy. 33-4t 1 J 1

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i $z' tars are budded, Hpvontwn acres in extent of an a\eragc of the ." ears from planting] ,

; two year buds yielded an average of over f'ulI/'IKXI'M )per tr<-e, and the :amounl tealized

) was over six thousand dollars In this grove our Conner" J','olif <' (Jiaprfruit trees, _

\ six years old, averaged ?21.40() per live or sixteen iiiiii('red dollars j per" ::11'

', The planting of this grove was made from trin-s" budded from the proper" Mel!('
-,1' +t f'' of budwood to give such r'HuItHllId the trees we an- selling from our utock( today

.L.; are still better because we have used only the brut of these np('('\allyodd treys fromwhich

_ to bud the trees we are growing for your use in planting your gio\e

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ply NOW G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando, Fla.

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r lead pencils and couldn't keep an accurate !. Clmlt C..ri, State .. Florida, 11.- To amount assessed . . . . 1,958.20
CATTLEMEN MEET record: rath Jvdlrlal Clmlt Omervtm Amount collected . , . . 1.28.6.
c..t}', !. c..fl'F
Firemen-Wetzel, second base; Balance to be collected . . 4.84
; t 1 $ Society Notes I Coleman[ pitcher and third base; K. O. F-arrls, G.a1.1..t. Dated AUKUK 2nd A D. 1916

..J r, : IN BIRMINGHAM, ALA. Newton, catcher; Buckets, first base; Z. B.V..Stlllwrll. HrfrBdant. J. L Clerk EHSTREET Circuit Court..

i' Burkara, short stop; Cornell third It appearing: by affidavit appendedto OHreola County Florida.
base and pitcher; Smith, center field ; the bill flied In the above.mated By JAMES M JOHNSTON., b. C. "
f:; (Mattle Belle Harris. Editor.) (Continued from Page One.) McGee, right field ; Lupfer, left field cause that Z. 1) Stlllwell. the. defendant ;
therein named la a non resident
'. ;' I know of in FlorIda. If you will Band-Huffman, center field ; Han- of the State of Florida and is a rent JMOTICK OK AIn.ICATIOW FOR TAX '

}, I' Request u made to aD patron ol the Valley Gazette to tend Item give this meeting publicity in your sell, second base and pitcher; Roy dent of Spirit Lake. State of Iowa over. 1)VKI) 1'M>t<:H NFCTION. 474 AND'
Prentls C. the age of twenty one yearn; It In 475 (.K\KH4I! STATUTES' : OKTIIIC
>i state. Ret these cattlemen to join oar shortstop; Ilegero catcher .
ordered that Bald non reHldent STATE' OF KLOHIDA
("' : of society event to the Editor for publication in tne e colons association and cooperate with us Bryan third base; Cecil Pren- defendant be and .Is hereby requiredto

..... \' you will see results that will be marvelous tls, pitcher and second base ; T. Re- appear to the bill of complaint filed Notice In hen.b> given that William
I ''-1\: t ';t first base Mills left field In Bald cause on or before Monday the Jolinnn pure Saner of Tax Certificate* ,
. gero ; ;
'- 'A.A. . . ". . ". . - 'A..A'- --- . . . ". . .' .' '. '. -" - -' _' --" - ; 4th day of October A.. D. 1916 otherwise No 8fc8. dated the 7th day of July A. .
eq I will appreciate a letter from you Johnson right.: field the allegation of said bill willb I) 1813. linn tiled .nl ; HEWING CIRCLE man, Speir Rivers, Bryan and Sln- stating that' you will be present at The score by innings was as follows -, <* taken its confeBHed by Bald defendant T-nx""i-; .and loh H made application: for :1
L The members of the EpworthLeague gletary, and Misses Elizabeth Ault- this meeting We are especially anxious : >i *M| iHHiie In accordance with
It .In further ordered that thin. orderbe law. Said certificate. embraces .
the fol f-
', ,I' sewing circle were delightfully man and Sommle Dixon. '' to have all the cattlemen of that Dand- . 22110101 0- 8 published once a week for four ((4 > lowing rl"M'rlb'd property situated In ''j.
entertained Friday afternoon 41 section of Florida that I had the Firemen.1100224Xl1GUN consecutive week. In the Klsslmmee: OH< eoln County "Florida to-wit: "
ti'; I by Miss Ella Mae Gilbert at her home WOODKKCKH ENTERTAIN: I pleasure of meeting to attend this Valley. Gazette. a newspaper. published I.ots. Thirteen ((13) and Fourteen (H)) ,I' :.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck entertained In said county and State of lllock One hundred and nine (109) ,
P De.iclous refreshments -
i w ';6'',! on Main street. meeting at Birmingham. They will This Auguxt 14th. 191&. of the Town of st Cloud according: to-
of a salad course, punch and a few friends at a 600 party I never regret the time and money CLUB TO HOLD"BEGINNERS (Seal) J. L.. OVEKSTREKT. the record l flat thereof

;. 1v cake were served last Friday night. spent. This occasion deserves anything Clerk Circuit Court. I The KRlil land bring ansessed at the <
t .. The house was prettily decorated By JAMES M. JOHNSTON, date of IttHuarKi of such certificate In ,
\ \ that you can see fit to say aboutIt Deputy Clerk. the of
4 with name nknown Unless said
N (U I.F CLUB DANCE garden roses in your paper.Thanking DAY"KVKNTS LEWIS O'BRYAN.Solicitor I said certificate,. shall be redeemed according -
After several hours of playing for Complainant 84 4tSTATfcMKNT to law. tax deed will .
A pleasant dancing party was you for the public spirit Issue.tlnreon I
\j very scores, which were decorated wltbladles' I on the 13th day of September I
1: \ beld at the Golf and Country Club heads, were counted, and Mrs that you have always shown when it : ''A D 1916Wltneea
*' ; bouse last night Those who enjoyed comes to developing the South froman WILL UK FOR THOSE my hand and official seal at
1 J. S. Cadel and Mr. Geo. Gardnerwere
l to'' the evening were: Mr. and Mrs. J. agricultural and livestock standpoint \VII() HAVE NEVER 11KFOUKH1IOT : .J.4e under section 32. Chapter 6996 KlHXImmee 'lt>'. "Florida this the 12th .
1:, Mrs J. D. Woods highest, Mrs. Cadet winning.: a ;' I.nwa of 1 S. Cadel Mr. and pretty crochet centerpiece" and Mr. AT CLAY IMCiKONS AMritlZKH > of taxes charged to the Tax Collectorof J J. OVI'HSTHEET. ,
s :'j beck Mrs. C. L. Bandy Mrs S. H. Gardner a bill holder. With very best wishes, I am, Onceola County Florida to be col- (ft Ct Seal) (lork Circuit Court "
Bullock, Mr*. D. C. Ansted, Miss Le- Yours very truly OFFERED MY DUPONT lected for ihe current year A D. 1H14 34-4t Oxceola County. Florida. .1''
Mrs. C. L. Bandy won the ladies'consolation and vhe apportionment of the same to ..
fore Richards, Miss Hazel Naugle, F. I. DERBY. )'OWJ>ER COMPANY WILL BK.
a sewing set, on a cut the several funds for which taxes have .
J. K. Atwood George He enclosed the following noticeof /
Messrs. .
and AWARDED.The .
with Mrs. E. E. been leviedApportionment
t Gardner J. W. Simpson L. H. In- Mr. Bandy received Naugle.the other con- the meeting: I I 1st.of A.County D. IBIS.Fads.August . KISSIMMEE HAS MADETHE TEST ::
and Mr. and
gram W. A. Gregory solation a rubber ball. The Third Annual Meeting or the '
Mrs. E.. E. Naugle. Punch and sandwiches Southern Cattlemen's Association Klssimmee Gun Club will holda
: were served during the even> After the game Ice cream and cake will be beld at Birmingham, Ala., "beginners' day" on Thursday af [GENERALTo amount-assessed . . . . 11.29614: KixNimmee. People Will Get the
was served on the card tables. ... . . . Benefit.
Sn 18 19 and 20 ternoon August 19th at which Amount collected 11047.63
: Those enjoying the evening were: Aug 1915. Special .J' .
wad for those who
< * Mr. and Mrs. C. S. CadelMr, and reduced passenger rates for the events be have_ Balance to be collected . . .. 8'9.98' There's nobody in Klssimmee any
*. , ; PARCEL,.rO8T >SALE rounu trip bare been secured on all never shot at clay pigeons. SPECIAL PUBLICITY better known than C. M'D. Ward and
Mrs. C. L. Bandy Mr and Mrs. E. E.
allover ... . .
\ The ladles the Methodist church I. Beginners' day will be held To amount assessed 1,814.01
M of lines in the of the Southwestern
Naugle; Mrs. Henry Aultman Miss territory the United States f is month by gun Amount collected . . . . 2.7'1.I7Balance in giving his experience with Do J. ___
will hold a parcel post sale all day Hazel Naugle, Mr. W. A. Gregoryand Passenger Association and : Kidney Pills, for the 'benefit of Kta-, % I
4, ( r Saturday at the Beaman building. Mr. Geo. Gardner.MOOKKniCKIK. summer tourist rates 2 cents a mile, clubs and bronze loving cups will be to be collected 62.16 slmmee kidney sufferers, he has no- '
presented to one hundred clubs having SUn SCHOOL. DIST. NO i-
1t from
The have been gathered
parcels from in Southwestern Passenger
points whatever
Y e e thing to .gain.:
To amount assessed . . . 406.82
t the largest attendance at these
{ I' i friends In ailment every state In they Association Amount collected . . . . . 406.21 Why experiment with unknown or
Union and they contain a great variety The many friends of Dr. J. C. I On the program are a large numberof shoots by the Dupont Powder company Imitation kidney remedies when you '
I ,' f of useful and beautiful article who Balance to be collected . . .61
Moore who men are prominent among have such a good reason to
was formerly pharmacistat try
A bronze watch fob will\ be SUB SCHOOL DHT: NO *-
presented -
,t fr will be offered for sale at different -
These the cattlemen of the South because *
the Osceola pharmacy here, will Po amount assessed . . . . 21601
t: booths. On sale at the same to the man beginner makingthe . . . . .
t, be Interested In the following item they have done things The pro- Amount collected 216 31 Profit by the test Mr. Warn has
..7 time will be delicious home-made best score out of twenty-five tar-
i gram is one of instruction becausewe made for
from the Clearwater Sun in to you.
regard . . .
Balance to be .70 "
(' f\ cakes, sandwiches and candy. For his engagement: have passed the stage where we gets.A COUNTY Jollected\- \ C. M. D. Ward, proprietor butcher ,

5 the thirsty will be Iced punch for When it was ma4e known last need to be told "What to do," we now sterling silver spoon will be presented To amount assessed . . . . 38888.43 shop, 624 Mabbette street. Kisslmmee :
sale. Your patronage is requested. want to be told "how to do." to the woman making the best Amount collected . . . . 33142.68 : "My beck out ','
week that Miss Mary Louise Dickie I says gave entirely -
', I! Proceeds for the carpet fund. A big auction sale of 60 head of score out of twenty-five targets All '.
y e had resigned her'position as managerof women are Invited to take part in Amount to be collected . . 746.90 at times and I Just had to stop
the omestic Science Departmentof pure bred breeding cattle will of Itself GENERAL SCHOOL work. The kidney secretions were
.: LAUNCH RIDE be. a liberal education for any the shoot and pigeons will be furnished To amount assessed . . . .. 40021.60 scanty and burned In .'
.i A jolly crowd of young people enJoyed the Clearwater high school rumors them free of charge. Amount collected . . . . . 39.288.28Balance passage. The-
starting to raise handle cat- _
were rife that she was to' be mar- one or way I suffered was indescribable and
i );: a launch ride Thursday evening' tle. to be be collected . 733.21 I got so dizzy sometimes I could
t 1 given in honor of Miss Myrtle Paulk. ried."She Noman Interested In the develop SUB SCHOOL, DIST NO. 8- hardly tell In what direction
loves MOORE than I was
some one
G. H. BAKER TO TALK . . . .
n: of Cairo Ga., who Is the guest ofMiss To amount assessed 1,467.16Amount
;: ment Sf the cattle industry in the
walking. boxes
she does us, remarked a bunch of collected . . . . . 1.468.V2 of Doan's Kid-
r '' Helen Bass. The party left on the girls under her tutorship as they South can afford to miss this meeting.For ney Pills rid me of the trouble.:"

.: the launch Margaret and after a delightful were making fudge after a Dickie recipe program and other information TO TRUCK GROWERS Balance to be collected . . . S.24 Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't .
ride around the lake they SUB SCHOOLDIST.. NO. 6-
delicious And they Insisted on puttingthe write the secretary. Tait Butler, Box To amount assessed . . . . 389.98 simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
; I\ landed at Paradise where a emphasis on the .dOOIlE. 936 Memphis, Tenn. Amount collected . . . . . 33201 Doan' Kidney Pills-J-the same that "
: picnic lunch was served. Those in C. H. Baker agricultural demonstration Mr. had. ':
I And 'tis even so. Ward Foster-Mllburn Co., .! ,
the arty were: Misses Myrtle Paulk. Balance to be collected . . 197
agent f6 r Orange county Poop. Buffalo .
Miss Dickie with her mother are N. Y.
% '' Lilian Prentls Helen Bass, Maurine spending the summer at tbelr old FIREMEN WIN GAME will be the principal speaker at tho FINE amount* FORFEITURETo assessed .-. . . 2.824.08 .\ .

i I. ; Dann Kathleen Bearden Orpha home at Bunker Hill, Ill., 'and 'the meeting of the Osceola County Fruit Amount collected . . .d. 2.76187 Some of the new sleeves are
{ Rese. Mattie Belle Harris, Messrs. Gaz.tte-News of that containsthe and Truck Growers association tomorrow close and slightly show
place at the
to be collected . . . 61.K puffed
f Melville Balance
Harper Casler Earle Cowger -
l announcement as follows: FROM BAND BOYS morning at 9: 30 o'clock in SUB SCHOOL DI8T! NO. 1- der recalling medieval fashions
' ) Huffman Ralph Bearden. Walter On Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. the city council chamber. This 1 ts In Toamount assessed j.-. . . . 1.884.11 Children's garments are made of
I Bass, Walter Thomas Earl Mor- . . . . . 1.868.79Balance
William P. Dickie entertained a keeping with the plan of the association Amount collected pongee; also the useful frock for

row. The chaperones were Mrs. W. bost of young ladles, announcing the (Continued from pa.cel) to have special speakers at e. ,l. to bo collected .. .. 26.14 women is seen in pongee of different
p C. Bass and Mrs. Paulk. engagement of her daughter Mary C"8'8C1 in an altercation with Dr. J. meeting In the future. Mr. Baker SUB SCHOOL, DIST. NO. 4- I colors
S M *
I Louise to Joseph Calhoun Moore of W. Simpson who acted as his assistant will speak on raising strawberries. ,
d, ROOK PARTY Clearwater. Florida. in which Simpson swatted His J. F. O'Berry will be another -
r s Miss Cecelia Overstreet delightfully The house decorations were pink Honor over the head. This was a speaker and Will have as his subject &i
\ and white. In the refreshments the signal for the Red Cross ,
at her home on Mabbette street
same color scheme was carried out. doctors. The automobile Berry la a successful grower of eggplant I '"

i In honor of Miss Flossie Pipkins of Pink Klllarn.y roses were placed at rushed on the field and a rope w"'l and his talk is sure to be in- == = ir'
Lakeland.. The house tastefully
/ was -
each cover as favors. In the roses, tached to the "Injured" man. He teresting. Have You Seen _. ""
decorated with roses and ferns car17ing cards were found upon which Miss dragged about the field for some distance -' A'' full attendance of members Is == - ,., .
out the color scheme ot pink I It
Dickie's engagement was announped.The before the doctors brought out desired.
and white. J..
a t : guests of honor were Miss Os- their meat saw ax and knife, sterilized -- -- .
*, Punch was served during the evening )
"L born of Robinson and Miss Wall of with rust to make them more ADVERTISING ARGUMENT 1 '\
and after several games of btaunton. liable to be fatal. Strange to say although that new line of Cut 7' :
nook cream and cake were served. = ,
a Miss Dickie Is a charming and talented His Umps was Injured in the A woman who understands advertising -:

'. ( . . Misses Those Ella present Mae were Gilbert the Nina honoree. young lay. and besides is well head, tbe operation was performedupon says: .. Glass at Cole Jewelry === t.ri

Bratton. Farah Clark. Mabel Over-. acquitted for homo and social duties, his leg. After the wound bad Noarjy wishes to be looked uponas
ti > > s as she ha graduated from the best been properly swathed in bandages, a shopping fiend; she does not = ===
street Messrs. Harper easier. Will .
Mason Tiller Sam Lupfer. Earl Cow- school in Illinois making domestic he was lifted into the ambulance and care to go into a store and have a jf Company? Popular = ;.,

science and home economics her given a free ride about the field. merchant show all his stock In orderto .

, '" gee and Melville Charles Huffman Persons. Earl Morrow study. She comes from a family Having never ridden in any kind of find out whether be keeps What H prices and sure ,,1

er i. which stands high/la the social ...ndbUllne.s a machine but a Ford. May was givena she wishes to purchase and whetherthe snappy __ ..;..

a MRS. WINN* *SURPRISED* affairs of the middle west. great treat In this part of the performance .. article is sold at a price she can Call and ask '

i } p \ One of the most pleasant social Dr. 'Moore needs ,no introductionto even if the ambulance was afford. It is much easier, and :pleasanter Ii .. goods. II'"
lu, our people. Before coming to only a: Ford made over. He was-toobadly to look through the advertisements .'

birthday : Clearwater.a year ago be was engaged hurt to realize the difference. of.: a paper thanIt in to bore H to .see it.
In. the business In *'number Luckily he recovered and the game ==. J"t
,tea 'on I Tuesday evening at her home ...t'Jftb..comer : the clerks and waste her own time. =. =;
"' ot Sumner street and Or-. of south Florida Cities. He 1* was resumed. Nothing more of a Next to the local news items, advertisements = .., 1 == ;,4
j ,t ... _
.?Ian do avenue -.''It came asa surprise a fine young business man .and his. serious nature developed except ateame'begtdlreshUtiht' to" a paper stating ....- = I \ ==" !>:

ao e s 4 4*to Mrs.iWlnni belnf plannedand, ear'ffrtedout .. business "4 prospering..*X | / 'when the two t'cles for sale with prices will keep -f r ';
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'Ytl '' by. her,', daughters andfriends. Then hi their batting much of the money, that goes) to-the welryCo.. f
sixty-two policewomen hitters
are order to bring the heavy up large cities at home." I
I: .. Games and 6l. Dut.cont..t .
iSa ; time, t
; the United States at the present with. undue.i.fJeIOeD4Th1a 'was .
<, ('j:were participated In, after,which d.t' .- Russia furnishes more women flht--' amicably sealed by tube old saying of A new coat'hM'a .parata.'baek'' = 3 JEWELERS AtfD_ OPTOMETRISTS r +

.il' uxhe were Nrvvc4.L; loo :cream ers In wartime than any other nation. what'*.fair'tor one*la fair' for .the which flu' VMM* from the shoulder like .,
f1- most on
and I Much to demand will be the buttons other and the game went aaerrllyoon < j
'. .
a straight
., 0k. ., .,joyable ev.nfag''was'' spendThose of brau,'silver and steel. ; to the DJSh.,1, ;; >" "* < Some-of the henuar.sla.hed'at;
I< Mesdames.Aoltman, Somel ot.U. coat,. for kfternoonsnit. '
present >> The; team* .started,' the;4.gams'rasfollows. "' IN1111111NIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIDiIIi IINllllnlllllllllllllllll
intervals. The/undulating with
'lt 5 .BJ'7P.JtrStaCleta", ornamental btrttoM and Un"f ,
; have :
Elvers.- -
't,,, .elr. sosumeroavwere: > thochances' . ,
but : .
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.. TOE.. USSiMltEC VALLET GAZETTE' Mis* 'Jklary"Carson has 'gone' to Lane Paulk and family; this 1 :Mrs: .;.Clint Bas returned' home come' t i'"fu.1'' greeting* ,and a copy sible. 'These Ideal*' d* no*'take'tal ,

" Ie' .... t'< ('1'.,.,....... 11.)" : Georgia where*she.will spend eome week house,they have been I from' a two.weens'' ."'t to Klsslmmee, of Th. Home Mission Quarterly, ; a eat and large topportirattHssv: 1at they; r.',
" time.visiting.relatives and, friend. occupy ing v on Mabbette.street to the St; Cloud and,, a' few. < other Places: neat little paper-gotten out for' the take:love and faith "for.Go*,,and. ;feU,'
: 1 Published Every Fr4ay.By. ', house on Main street recently, yacated.b "- which ,she enjoyed, very ,much.-.Orlando St. 'John. Presbytery of which ,Mra lowman/. ' :' "

y' W., .. HAJUU* A H. Go VAN ACUVBWK 'Mis FlosslejPlpkn. *' of Lakeland, /.J. W..Prentl*.and family; Sentinel,, .Innard. Is Superintendent It .Is Just August Grace A..,' l
i" I* the guest., of Ml. *. ,Cecelia. ,Over-; teeming with '
: bright Church Item, ,Department
: .State
K Jim Bronson nad Lonnie Bronson Sberl'ft'' Ingram made ,trip to .
treetf. a
!tt' Th. -one looking best to us,..1* that .
..oo....... .. ... ....... were fitted' '$10 each and. costa In Chatahoochee \this week to take Umatllla which; has bad

R. C. Kliurchlef of"police of Lakeland -' :Mayor' court Monday on charges of Barney. ,Neal, a/negro, aftllctett with In no 4s..C-planning E.organiaaton , .
man7 year, -
r 0 ,'wa a prominent visitor In ,the disorderly conduct. They were ar the "dope" ha iGThe ,new dope / 1
'. for a Junior society, This wouldbe LOTS 'FOR. SALE: ,
1Thel.caffie.ld; city Thursday4t f* rested, Saturday' by. Marahal Overstreet. lair; which 1* being 'enforced strictly a welcomed addition to the circleof .

Ml**'M.U...'May' of Atlanta Ga.. In Florida., provides that"Where, a"fiend" fellowship In central district.: .' .

passed through the city Monday en I C.. I, Day, general manager, of the a* the cut law not provide be successfully he must treated beincarcerated "Be True to ,Tour..Ideals". 1* the 1 'Fl.. pollan, cask. ,...., f'i

.. route to *.... Cloud where she will I Southern Utilities spent toplo for meeting next, .,Sunday.; .
OO ..t:. . .... .... ... spend some' time vlsltng.friend*. Sunday with W. Crawford JJr. In the State", Hospitalfor Nearly fifteen year ago when enter.lag .. ruiooth.* Orange land In 6-
.. the Insane .state union' .10"c..h. S. .. '
Day' headquarters 'are located at work "Secretary tad $ 'yes' aih.
Mr. and Mr, *. Fred S. Gilbert left Jacksonville.C. Richard Dubach. a German farmer Grace" made some resolution, her '
i Weather Report Monday for. White Spring, where!! from Bate county Missouri arrived Ideal She bas them yet and,they ". .

xld ,. they went In hope of benefiting Mr. W, Dann Is making a big improvement Monday and spent several day here hare proved worth whUe. One was MRS.. MART, M.

,I ,. Gilbert' health. In the show windows of looking over land In this section to be happy another to try, to do ,,0$,,;PeaBeld St..
hill store. Mirrors are being placedin all the good shecould and.a third,
Mr. Dubach number of
.I Following are daily ..temperature Engraved card and invitations. We the back and sides of the show represents to make friendswith everybody pos
other German farmers and If he Is
1 and precipitation a* reported can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette 'II
windows and will add to the
greatly well pleased with this section will
by Government stationat office. tf .
.\ display of artloes. likely bring In a number of settlers. d' 1 .
; Kissimmee for the week endIng 'jI' ,
\, .I Miss Helen Bass and Miss Myrtle He shown about the
12. wa country by
t Thursday, August Placards have appeared in Klssim- .' ,
" Pau'k of Cairo GsK. spent the first mee announcing an Orlando-Klsslra- A. 8. Nelson, of the Nelson Realty

: Friday ... .'* .9O< 75 part of the week with Miss Lilian mee auto bus senrloe. This Is the company.A. i iHere's
Prentls at Fish Lake.
Saturday . . . t3 76 first result of the completion of the S. Gilbert had hi. arm badly : 'a

7 Sunday. . . . 93 76 .37 Mr. and Mrs. Coll'er M. Todd and new brick road from Orlando to the cut and the top of his optomoblle Have You Y :: .

Monday . . . . 95 79 family left Monday night for Augusta OsceoW"The cou ine badly damaged Wednesday afternoon .
Oa., where they will reside Mr while enroute to Klsslmmee from '
Tuesday . . . 96 76 infant son ofXMr. and Mrs. ,
Todd having In business there. Coronado Beach. The accident I -
gone occurred -
Will Yates, of West KI Immee, died
Wednesday . . 94 77 on the road between Orlandoand
'. Thursday . . . 96 77 ..58'PA \ The telephone company is busy Wednesday n'ght. Funeral services Winter Park, where the road :
this week with a force of men setting were held at the residence Thursday
workers had stretched barbed wire "
morning at 10 o'clock-Abe Rev. A. J. a Small F eel"O
new poles and preparing for a num- across the road to prevent travel ;;
.V' r r........00..000. ber of Improvements in its lines. Rosebll.Holt officiating.cemetery.Bupfal was made In 'mere was no other warning sign and, "

,.' Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. H. before Mr. Ulibert was aware of the
R. May attended the meeting of
, V _E. Drought, New Rivers Building. SOtft the Georgia-Florida Sawm" Association Wade Copeland, of this city, has wire he ran into it. .
< t Don't fall to see those's at Atlantic Beach, near Jack Entered the Central Business College J. C. Privett state labor I
, Inspector chance if: ;
. of Florida, recently enlarged and re-
sonville this week. your
bats at F. H. Lawson's.J. whose headquarters are In Jacksonville
for In the
equipped, a course complete -

M. Smith left Sunday for a two Mrs: H. C. Llgbtsey and little bokkeeplng and shorthand de- on Wednesday., was a visitor Mr. Privett In Kissimmee spent "tootsies" will fit into '

daughter, Mildred, have returned partment.A. .
visit to Fla.
weeks' Klngsland,
the day here and at St. Cloud to
from a visit with Mr. Llgbtsey's
8. G. Barber was operated on at molder at Tiger Bay. S. Gilbert and C. L. Dandy wentto which place be went In company with of shoes between the !

Orlando last week, and Is Improving.Mr. Orlando Thursday afternoon. Mr. Senator Arthur E. Donegan. Mr. l
The band concert which was post Bandy went up to bring home his Privett says he finds labor conditions 2 1-2 to 4 1-2
and Mrs. C. L. Anderson, of poned from Wednesday night will be automobile, which he left In Orlandotwo improving in the state and especiallyat

Ocala, spent Saturday here. given in the band stand tonight, beginning weeks ago on account of the condition Tampa, where about 66 per cent i
at 7.30 o'clock. ,.. of the roads before the brick of the cigar makers are now at work. -
.- Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Wilson, of San- road was completed.O. .
ford, spent Sunday in Klsslmmeee. L. B. Drawdy, George Fertic. Julian -I We have over 800 pairs of ladle shoes In al

Montsdoca, Randolph Young: all C. Davis, of Auburndale, arrived 4 H In 26 different style to Pomp and ;
James D. Beggs, of Orlando, wasa
of Wblttler, were transacting business today to enter tbe Central Business -
visitor here Monday. In the city Wednesday.J. : College of Florida, which Is one CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR THESIS! SHOES SOLD ORIGINALLY AT
of Kissimmee's big for
enterprises, a
Ed. Rickey, of Tampa, was a business D. Good, of Leith N. D. who
course df bookkeeping Mr. Davis
visitor here Tuesday.R has been here several $3.00 to $5.00
days this week selected the Kisslmmee shool aftera
Reidel spent Tuesday afternoon looking over several real estate prop- thorough investigation of other Olad that United Brethren workersIn
at Orlando on business. ositions left Tuesday to go to Lake similar schools In Florida. Union Center, suburb of Kissim-
Alfred on a similar mission mee, are moving into their new

Milt Bryant, of Haines City, wasa A. D. Cook & Co, Orlando, Fla., cburoh.:
visitor in tbe city Tuesday.Dr. The Rev. J. B. Holler- Baptist desire investments In this section; Mr. Curtis Prince, president of tbe We Offer Them Now At
minister of Macon Ga., spent a short lands, bank stock, mortgages and Presbyterian society In Hawthorne,
T. A. Neal, of Sanford, was a time here Saturday the guest of the Investments If you have a Rood payIng and treasurer for north-central district -
business visitor here on Monday. Rev. A. J. Holt, pastor of the Baptist business for Hale, write the company in writing of work recently said That Will \ 4

church. All matters treated as confidential "I have not yet tired of doing any-
Senator A. E. Donegan went to !. 344tA thing for Christian Endeavor" That
Haines City Tuesday on business. Everett Roberts left Sunday night"; !
Is the! spirit needed everywhere, the .
for his home in Georgetown, Ga., series of protracted meetings
not-get-tlred sort ,
Mrs. Geo. L. Singletary was a v's- where be will visit with relatives will begin at the Bethel Baptist chapel Miss Edith Balnter, president of If your foe are small It will pay you to look
Jtor to St. Cloud last Monday.All He expects: to return to Kissimmee In south Kissimmee next Sunday Congregationalists In Daytona and

$6.00 English shoes have been about September 16t' evening, August 15 A very cordial secretary for east central district Is +

reduced to $3.60. F. H. Lawson's. Engraved cards and invitations. We I Invitation In extended: to everybodyof yet having a good time among the
whatever name or order. The hills of Chattanooga. She is Prices Go Into Effect
can furnish them. Call at the going
Valley :
Rush motored to will be by Kev J. J. Farmer
Gray of Orlando, Gazette office. tf preaching from one society to another in ob-
Klsslmmee Thursday on business. minister In charge of the chapel servation, getting ideas to
, George S. Crawford, of Tallahassee new bring day Morning-----Come

1"\?, *'* Remember the parcel t>ont sale arrived Thursday to upend sqme The Valley Gazette Is in receiptof home from that'strong" city union in
time with hla Brother, W B, Crawford a strong state union.
, Saturday at the Beanian building Information that the Rev F G.
Kev C. W. Crooke
Bailey, former pastor of the Presby-
i \ o. BJf House, of Ocala, was a busl- terian church here, has suffered a the State Anti-Saloon League was Elocution"U
. 'Mrs. R. S. Floyd and Mrg Dora to last for the
speak Sunday evening
ness visitor in the city on Monday. stroke of paralysis at his home In
4 Floyd| visited their father S. G. Barber Rndeavorers In the First Christian
rw Selma Alabama. He Is Improvingand
C. A. Cole, of Lakeland, was a at the hospital In Orlando: last his many friends here will all church of Jacksonville. We would Smith Shoe

t'r' business visitor here on Wednesday. week. hope for his speedy recovery. like to hear more news-items about ;
doings of Christian citizenship in our
f' G. P. Garrett spent Tuesday In De- Mrs. M. Sharp, who has been visiting W. W. Colson, of Bradentown, state union.

:.; Land on business. at Kissimmee her daughter Park, Mrs., left Lew Monday Seaman to, spent several days here this wok. Last week letters came from three i ON BROADWAY SEE
Mr. Colson is state for thE prominent C. E. and church leaders '
Miss Flossie Pipkin, of Mulberry, visit relatives at Anthony, Fla 1 :
t" Fla. 1* the guest of Miss Cecelia Masonic Life, of Washington, D. C. of Florida.State Vice President Rev. i ii
'......,Overstreet. Josh Barber has returned to his While here be spent some time with Geo. Waldron told of prospects for
,, '",1 ,.., '. ', work 'a* deputy in the office of Tax Dr. Hyatt, who Is an old friend new societies In west Florida In Con-
. Mis Muriel Prentis, who has beenv1sltlpg..Miss Assessor W, I, parber after a visit Albertson Presbyterian missionary -
.". Helen Fuller of Or-. with relatives at WhItUer., C. W. Griffin and family and A, S. for the Presbytery of Florida, spoke
Gllber and. family motored to Coro- of the fall In : ;
lanfdot returned ,home,Monday., convention East Central Write '
) .- l wE.. E. Lusk left Monday for Jack- nadoBeach on Monday. Mr. Griffin district, of which be. 1* president and .for,jCatalogue I Of <;
Max Krlti Ralph Turner, Cecil sonville, where be will attend the and his family will remain for for which no place Is yet decided to
PrenUs aiioT Leon Estey motored tot state encampment of the National several weeks, as will the Gilbert meet; and of the splendid work doneat

;*. '. Orlando Monday- n'ght. Guard at Black Point. family, Mr. Gilbert returning this Lake Mary, south central district
.. week. one of the last societies he has organized CENTRAL
' J. E. R'chards, of East Orange, N.
Dr. J. K. Atwood has returned From Dr. James F. Wln-
J., :was a business visitor here last from a three weeks' vacation and Is Sunday at the First Baptist church nard former state C. E. president i *
Saturday. again on the job at tbe Osceola pharmacy Dr Ho't will preach in the morningon Successor Te KISSIMMCt BUSINESS' \
Fighting the Devil. At 3 p. m. he - - . . . . . .
..** E. O. Duckworth and family, of will preach the dedicatory sermon
Orlando motored to Kissimmee last Luther Farmer left last Friday fora for Mount Carnel church on Boggy Paint ? COLLEGE Of
' Sunday to try out' the new road. ten days' vacation which he will Creek At night he will deliver the

i spend in Macon Forsyth and Hampton first of his series of lectures on Bible
N. P. Yowell and family, of Or- There are two good reasons for
Georgia. Lands. Everybody Invited.
lando, motored to Kissimmee on Sun- painting often-enougu or even too- KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
day. Engraved cards end invitations. We Mrs. H. K. Birley and daughters often. One, to look prosperous; two,
can furnish them. Call at Valley Ga- to be so.Nothing. '
Maud and Margaret, and her father,
H. Reese, of Orlando zette office. tf
Mr. and Mrs. J
does one more credit or '
Pueschel of Lake
B A.
City, are BERNARD C. ANSTED B.B.S. Pres.
spent Sunday visiting rela- gives credit than paint S..
Everett Cornell, charged with guests of J. F. O'Berry and family one more sup-

tives here. speeding on a motorcycle, was fined this week. Mr. Pueschel Is Mr. 0'Derry's plemented of course by what goes W. ". DA WES V. PreS. Graduate University ; t
with it; and paint costs nothing. ,
R. H. Ludlam and A. J. MacDon- $10 and costs in Mayor May's court step-father and is 84 yearsof .
t True the first Is fi
.. $ or $6 a
ough spent Wednesday at Bar tow on Monday morning.Holmes age.
gallon put-on; but it saves more than

business.W. Prather and family moved Lacy Johnson, private secretary to that in the property; saves It from 20 Years Experience a%

H. Streeter, Lakeland's cigar this week into the house on Posslel Congressman W. J. dears, left Mon- slow goln.-down-not always slow-

manufacturer, was a visitor here on avenue, formerly occupied by Mrs. day for Jacksonville, where he will It drops with a Jump when water gets ALL COMMERCIAL
business Tuesday. Beeland, now Mrs. Farmer. spend a week or ten days compiling In on wood and iron.
data and information upon several Dry wood and iron cost nothing,
Judge Q. F. Parker spent some L. B. Thrasher, of Mlcanopy, spent matters in which Mr. Sears is Inter- kept dry by paint. Splendid Equipment, Lowest
time at DeLand this week on legal several hours between trains here on ested. Better paint when it needs it.
business.. Tuesday, with his old friends, G. P. Paint never goes-down in the sense Endorsed By Boards of Trade and

Garrett and Lee Jarrell.J. Mrs. Theodore Logan, who has of being more profitable next year.
Mr*. John Riles, of Orange Canter been visiting her parents. Mr. and DEVOE. Special Courses in Spanish and ,

spent Tuesday here the guest of McPhatter has Just finished Mrs. J. J. Richards, left Thursdayfor W. B. Maklnson Co.
1 Mrs Archie Walling.Mr. picking his crop otMgn. From one her home In Linnet, Kansas. Be-
tree in his yaid h K d 160 quarts. fore returning home she will visit in -- I
and Mr. Tom Locke, of Mount That's some reco r a single fig Luxora, Ark., and Caruthersville. ,
'. i yerde, were the guests this week tree. Mo. .
"*" of Mr. and Mrs. Howell Bass. (.
Mr. and I fciBBFR.'Dale and tons, D. D. Hawkins, ,of Winston-Salem,
Mrs. James Rogers and childrenare Harry Bert 1JJames Alfred, left N. C., was a visitor here this wek.
the guest. of E. P. Roger and Tuesday forVsuiherland to spend Mr. Hawkins IB a special agent of STANFORD SPECIALS / :,";

,;'. ,.family. eome time. They will visit several. the Department of JusUce and camp
places before they return. here on business connected with the Sn
Mr. Cape and daughter, Johnny
SM', Cape, are visiting Mrs. Cape's brotber. Henry Lightsey. Homer and Percy department.from a visit to He Okeechobee.had Just returned He was Just a few warm weather bargains' we are l
Ed .. family. Cromartie have returned front COrnelia (
er. aley ana -
Well Impressed with the city and de-
Young violinist in the Ga., where they have been en- dared that Klsslmmee is on of the 7 offering our customers ( :
i.. George gaged In packing peaches for several .,
E Dixie theater, has returned from a weeks. prettiest towns Tie baa seen. ,

/1' ten days' visit with friends, in Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. E. Pinney returned 4,
Mrs. C. W. Dann, Miss Maurine
Mrs. J. W. Anderson, of Orlando, last Saturday from their old homeat '
Dann, Charley Dann Miss Katblyn
Men's Palm Beach Mens Felt Hats p
Kansas where
of Bend they
spent several days here the guest Bearden, Walter Thomas and RoyGraves House Dresses
spent several weeks visiting friends
: Mr. Pittman last week. motored to O rlando Wednesday .
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'r afternoon. and relatives. They found the weather Suits $7,50 Kind $1.50 to $3 Values
Furnished fllats for rent In the very disagreeable, and Mr. Pinney ,

\ \, Valley Gazette building. Apply at T. M. McLendon, of Jacksonville, lltateS,they are delighted to get backto $
I,,:\L' ,this office. U and J. E. Barton, of Orlando, representing Klaslmm He says the wheat 59c .
"4. the Star Piano company ofJacksonville crop In Kansas has been greatly injured $5.39 79cto$1.50STANFORD
and .
/. Cake, sandwiches, candy by excessive rains.
wehe transacting business -
101'.e all day Saturday at
!/ .punch
; In the oily Wednesday 7
i the Beaman'building.r& A letter received from John M.
-''' :Mrs. Nell*" Rogero spent last Friday Lee. who with his daughter Mia .
"J::! 1><[,;; .'Lottie and Lola Lawler returned ;
Mildred Lee, 1* spending some Ume
at Orlando, where she went to .
.In Men's Hatsk
from a visit with Big Bargains Straw ,
I 'of ';; ;:yesterday vjew the 'display. of millinery madebytr&yellne at French Lick Spring Indiana,
, ,friend,at, ,Arcadia'and. Fort.Myer salesmen at the San Joan read a* follow "I am at the French J

. :..' "J.:eatUemaA' R.\\B*\\ ; .Jl at Lau.b11a.a Fort Drum; wa prominent a visitor hotel.... '., Lick bath.hotel and like and them hat very been much.taking Will the : ' : ';;:;: : ,.

\ 'cT L. Payne, better known as"Buck" remain her for a. few and then mJ
; ,[ :in the'city'thla+ wee iHI C.. : r O. Dry Gam ''Clotlaini'. ,: .
i .J 'j.. . PaJ'Det the baseball pitcher, go' somewhere I 'cannot tell just ", ,. i
CT r ')denhf'11i.OO. English'Oxtordl'nowml ha' returned. Klaslmmee. after a where.-. The weather Js tee and this ,. . . . .t -' .. ..., 'I"
'i'fX.x, ba> *;, tor;<$I.W-. the'aptuir;. >V.H- short stay to.Banford' ,''Where he ha 1* a pleasant !plac\ Will be home .. J . -" ;- d. '. ,. -;.,. \ .. ., '" l

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Lt.L : I. :. . .,.. .. .: Tollies are .aalN to take i th.. lead. Chiffon with 'band of gros-grain\ 'J .
: form. lnanattractiv.: skirts.IptPJ1.:

IN BLACK AND WHITE I 1' DAINTY AFTERNOON FROCK. LATEST FASHION NOTES Stripes appear in some of the mostcharming ., White and black checks cloth.are ,a'f.jj

t..t new shirtwaists. ed by: borders of gray \ l
Pink buttons formed of pink roses ,

; ,, Indestructible' Velle In Stripe. F>int8 f'orfjo1J5ewivee I Embroidered Rosebuds White Net of With aille.PIUCTTY Pockets trim a great many skirts Costly embroideries seem to be entirely are a delightful suggestion' t:,
Chi.0..1 ._,,. Pretty r
Builds,,Fashionable end and coats. out of the question on. summer '

I Deep directoire cuffs are used on 1 gowns ;'
voile frocks. Some of the pongee coats have de- II. BULLOCK
t tashable'collars and cuffs of contrast- S. -

? Growing girls are wearing boyish
J Norfolk suits. Turkey feathers are being mounted -
e with gold and pearl and pose as REAL ESTATE '

American Housewives Can Mix Then New blouses are made of the daintiest ........:.............. ,,
W .1 Own Flour. materials. Many of the high stocks have a ,
That the American housewife is her narow band of color just beneath a INSURANCEExamination "

'elf quite capable of doing all the flour J Hats now have leghorn crowns with wide fluffy frill. '::1
mixing desirable, I. the commentary transparent brinte. of Titles a I of Assistant Secretary of Agriculture r"I\ The square cut neck, with stand .
I j' y Vroumau ou the mooted mixed flour I Taffeta bodices are worn with white ing lace ruff Itt the back is seen on Specialty. ,

r; question. lie says further that the t organdy skirts. gowns of ceremony.
t ; tua vi
: American housewife could materially 41 x Z" Vests of white pique, are worn with Corresoondence Solicited.
A few of the hats trimmed
ht reduce the cost of living It she were new are colored linen or ratine suits by up- ,
only on the crowns.It .
to get the flour mixing habit. todate girls.

that"There can are be mixed Home thirty with wheat substitutes!lour ", ? Y ;ry, dreses is too impossible simple. to have children's Cotton voile and ratine have left Robert Riedel 1

In making bread Many of these are the once popular linen behind in the \

1 r ,' a more nutritious than wheat !flour; some i Almost all the new suits and coats is race especially for faver adaptable this the suit Ratine witha CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP "'f.r)

of them are cheaper| than wheat flour, have abundant pockets. ";,1 t
little coat. Window and Door Screens, Repair
and of these two or three at least are I

,, commercial) obtainable almost an]"- Handbags very flat and thin are have ket- and Cabinet Work. .
i"1r frying doughnuts a _.. { the style most in favor. tle of boiling water on the stove andas 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 2ST : .

"1'otatoes, corn flour and rl<*e In( certain Lit1r111a each doughnut is taken from the Darlington Ave.. Near Freight Depot h
; 1 Bexiloim) run be used. w IHi profit Coatees of taffeta wil top many of fat plunge it for a second into the

In mixture with whcnt Hour In making the fluffy organdy dreses. water, then drain. The doughnuts

yeast breadMlh wheut flour an dour are entirely free from greasy tasteor C. F. THRASHER .

as It IH now the direful hoiiHowlfe Organdies are in high favor, but feeling when so .
(III nil* to effect( quite u bin lug| bj lifting , -- --- -- v,

.. one of these "Ida.Ia' to eke. on I her I C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. Steel Ceilings a SpecialtyPhone :

roM AKTBU1100N. I wheat flour 1Il11I'1'lIl1elll": | 11I1\'e bhown .
14'-R Kleslmmee H7.
that the HubxtltuleH' din be used sec
h Charming afternoon frock! of wide I,I tesHfullj In the proportloll i> | of one purl : The Waters & Carson .
black and white Htrlped liidtntrurtlblevoile.
to three parts of whoiit Hour At least
) On the skirt the lit n...>. run tllrl'f -fourtlll' of the mixture, must be DR. J. W. SIMPSON
crosswise. and on the plaited npronllk good wheat flourTotatoes DENTIST

e tunic the atrli' '' run up and down. have n certain ndMintngc R
S Grocery Company Upstairs in Katz BuildingOffice
e Vest and collar of soft, creamy lace. In this rvgurd, since potato bread 111. al Hour: ( a. m to It in.

i Wide girdle of black! moire ribbon, a be made/ without going to the troubleto lie to 9:90: Ii m.
Kl plaited heading finishing- the lower get the com nu re la 1 potato meal Telephone No. It June jrr.
,1 I'lalii niiixlicd four parts of -
Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
- ___ -__ - mashed jiotatoes to three parts of DR. W. W. CARSON
wheat flour, will the
serve lJUrjlOKe|
quite well 1ft the dry pow to meal or DENTIST

S flake Is used the ratio should be one 8U11MKB OBKATIO Office over Pilley BuildingOffice

%t The Housswifs by Careful Planning. part of potato to three part of !flour Hour. 8-11, 1-IOffice
May Find H.r Day Free From C.... Hulled rice can I be used In much the Charming afternoon frock of era 'Phone 1(1 Residence 'Phone toGas
,1r r It Is often true that holidays for tbe ,. broldered white net, the edge formingpointed -- Administered for Extraction of
} name nay as uiaslved |>otat< -". care beIng TeethT.
. I family In general are not at all holl taJ.Nto allow for the water In the RcnllopH n..n\'I..r embroideryforms 0000440044404444 4fifififi04444404O

i} 41 'f days for the housekeeper much rice and to use about three times anmm the hip yoke nod trims the 0 (0 <00 -

i .I food to cook so many dishes to wash. 'h lu bulk as would be used of the bodice, which In'. built with a square 1 0- W" SELL: O > \\EBUY: M. RIVERS. M. D. .
neck and long slee\e Dainty rosebuds <0(0 0- 4fi
4 t" extra work at all times. But every rice /flour of pink silk add a bit of color. 1(0 HAY 0- PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
housekeeper cuu make the glorluiin "In making potato bread the sponge 0- < HIDES

i "b Fourth a true lmleM| >nden<'e day, free should' be iihe If acne to mix the )'l'O..t. with the 1toto. > I 0- 0)I" 1 (0 FURS: 0-
from work and worry, even If she bus I I 'Phone RfBtdence 51Office .
since. the Hj>oiige 1"'OIu. very I"4" FERTILIZERS 0) 000 (0 148CEO. 4
a number of guests fermentation. The I *
o I oft after partial 0) 9WOOL
i ;'' / Make the cleaning as easy as posMl. remainder of the Hour IH worked. iu ForYoungFolksPrince I SHINGLES O I (0 (0I J

H t ble and do It several day. In afterward, care being taken to makean 0- 0) I 0- AND 0- F. PARKER "eC

that the rooms used only tbe very extra stiff dough which should be < ORANGE BOXES 0) >0(0 ]

1 slightest krusbup the day before the raised till quite light This bread IH Johann Leopold 000 0- I 0) ALL ATTORNEY-AT-LAW j Ilh,

::f i holiday. Plan your menu for the six much moister than bread made of of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. *000 ORANGE WRAPS, 0* >(0 0COUNTRY 0 Collections and Conveyances I,, '
: or more meals of the week end and straight wheat flour. |
1 market for them In the middle of the "Com flour, whit should cost about <0(0 PRODUCE Specialties +

t e week before the stores are crowded. two-thirds the price of wheat flour (0 CRATE NAILS (0 I >0I 4O 11* 1-1 BroadwayG.

I when you will get better service and may be mixed with wheat flour direct, 4 (0 0

materials. As it Is likely to be "U'pe one part of corn flour to three parts of 0004444004440400 I 0444400004004400' F. KRIBBSA'l'TORiEYATLA '

ical scorching" weather your menu wheat flour. Use the mixture Just as 4
might be almost cold. though It were wheat flour and mix it > We tell field and garden seedi of all kind W +

A meat loaf, a fresh ham a veal or yourself."It Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. Bxamlnatlon of Titles Specialty..

chicken aspic can be made two days should be remembered that the Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. Notification and Payment of taxes of '
In advance and should serve two meals addition of starchy materials such as 6- non-reddents clven. careful
' We are county agent for good fertilizer Ak u* for circular and priceson attention.
; ,i or ,more. A quart of boiled inayun- potatoes, rice or cornstarch (which la fertilizer Kiaslmmse,' FIe. ._
." :: '. If: ., ,.dates and cake made eltber Inc' lost sometimes used to adulterate wheat

". "' 'I or in small shapes will also serve for flour In baking), tends to make a loaf a .

.;(. '.;:' : 'j' double meals, different vegetables l lees rich In protein And hence less nutritious ax Pat Johnston a. P. Garret

y lag used on different days and the than the sfMlght wheat flour. a a JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
eame cake being Iced differently. All The addition of coin flour makes little ,

of the deiuerta of the Bavarian cream fr any change In the nutritive valueof i
The of the world
type can be made In advance and left the bread, but makes It cheaper : eyes Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens: Bank
1'' pn Ice until needed. A quantity of "There are other flour substitutes. J He I Building

{ I lemonade Klrup and cocoa nlrup' can be such' as soybean meal and pea flour rY Klselmmee. Fla.

't t) prepared so that an Instant bererage which serve to add 1 greatly to the nutritive '"

+ will be at baud. value of the loaf when mixed are on the man who

y A dosen hard boiled eggs can be used with wheat flour. These products Unfortunately Louis C. Massey T. Plcton W..r.... <
I cold with potato salad or In delicious cannot be recommended in a Late Counsel for: Judsra of the
r Fla R R Comm Criminal Court
.l I upper dlihes In combination with the present emergency, since they are
i-/. ; cheese and toast. If there are man; not as yet common articles of commerce MASSEY &: WARLOW

i :\ ', guests It Is really only fair to have In this country. ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORSAT

t each make his oWn bed and leave hN "In this connection It should be said LAW
SAVESjAUSE Practice In all the courts of the State
r' r. '; bedroom In order, and if they are informal that a great saving could be effected If ; and of the United States also before
) guests none of them should the housewife would emulate the pro- ..,- the Florida Railroad Commission and
the Interstate Commerce CommlaelOB.
: .j. blInd giving a "helping hand fessional baker and buy low grade 11-14 Charleston Bldr. -f
"': Elaborate service is not necessary. wheat flours There are flours on the ': Orlando. Fla. S4-ljr. ;V
and the simpler the table the more attractive market quite as good for home baking ,

I'Y It may be made. Perhaps as the fancy patent flours, which cost yr ,

many meals ran be eaten outdoors Intrue In bulk from 25 to 40 per cent less eR '
I/ "picnic" fashion. If almost all thecooking than the fancy grades. Such are theo *. for a moment, young man, .
'e ' la done beforehand, as suggested .
and 'low
called 'second clear' grade'flours ', :
and paper plates and dishes used whit are graded lower than a thought to self. The PHYSICIAN and SURGEON t .. :

.'. for at least some meals the dishwashing patents merely because they are darker d Office State Bank Building :
problem should hold no terrors. not because they are any less niitrl yr 2 .F, ,CMS der problems that confront you now or Phones: Office1 .:
/ 1 It Is much better to really enter into Residence 40 .
: tlous or less palntnhle In fact, tbe Photo by American Prep Association
i, i the spirit of a holiday than It is to ,darker color may IK evidence that the will a few years hence. A .
;S S hare everything in the honse so Immaculntely flour U more nutritious than white The boy shown In tbe picture Is ,
clean thAt much of Prince Johann Leopold of 8nxe-Co- :
K :your !flour J. W. THOMPSON : "J
e d. time Is taken nway from your guests "Iloston brown bread may be mentioned 'hurg-Cotho. lie U playing with his Look about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, nation-yes, .

1 ( on the day Itself Mothers too seldom us a good and very popular medium : father's sword Ills father ls Charles in time world, are the men who started to save early in life. DIRECTOR"- !' l
Y I enter Into the fun of things, they.are for the profitable use of floursulmtltutes Edward' reigning duke of Saxe-Co '
d 1
F so often wondering whether till* or Lmrg-Gothn. and some day Prince Jo- !have the and confidence of the i
It Is made of equal parts They respect community. endLICENSED ; ::t
} that la "right" lint n holiday I* just harm will reign In his stead if he
of corn local) rye mesl and graham
d the time to den,. "chumship". with IHea. Strange as It may seem the EMBALMER j '
H' flour nod H. a very iiutrltloim bread. Then look on the other side-at the fellows who tpend all tk y
who beginning to prince In partly of English descent :g
sons are perhaps young
feel that mother doesn't know anything "There are various ways of making Duke!;: Charles 1s tbe son of the sake-they may hate a food time for a while, bat vrikat does tk ever bread Itself so as to effect a COII-
{ except housekeeping. or with other Duke of Albany, whose mother was personality reflect? Fla. .Ji
slderable sin'ing. Thus stale bread,
young r people to whom yon n>a. Queen Victoria of England. He was ''
I" 1,: 1) serve as a stlmnlnn If von only' stop crusts, crumbs, etc., can be worked born In England and educated at Eton A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be tike 0'1
Into palatable products such as bread 1
thinking of housework and inch things breadcrumb biscuit and.l though now he la In arms against his nucleus of an !honorable, independent career. P. A. Vans Agnew W. B. Crawfor ,
t'':. long enough to enter Into their play pancakes father's people. So' Prince Johann Is .
Make Your
beginning today.
breadcrumb cook lee. your now- VANS AGNEW & CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW jJ
E of the late Queen
-and plans a great-grandson
\ "The nub of the mixed flour! question Victoria. The little prince Is nine bank book wiD pave the way.

} hangs on who does the mixing If the years of age and bes often visited I Offices: 3-4-5-6 Citizens Bank

housewife does the mixing abe gets the England where he baa many relatives\ Building

'ir r:STUFFED :CUCUMBER saving entailed. If tbe baker or the of royal blood. Klsslmmes. FloriA, J"

d :: wholesaler does It be is very apt to I State Bank .

get! the saving as additional profit. .

} t ,.' )'e' them. Take in the large two seeds lengthwise.firm and cucumbers pulp. Peel Mix and and breadcrumbs cut remove -- I One day we Hidden all started Tree. for the i:::::RADISH::ROSES.::::Ji JiRad8b of Kissimmee LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW .

a t' ,h with the pulp and season It Bobby held the car *are In his -, and Waring Building. fjft
roses are not bard to make.i
4 with melted butter, ealt and pepper. 'fie looked so happy that we all ytongbt and attractive when Capital stock __________________-----$100,000.00 'ff

1 Gf Place this mixture In tbe shells sprinkle that he and Uabel were a pretty served they as a are.ef'J'salad garnish or with celery -, Resources ever _________________?_. __ 400,000.00
y { more breadcrumbs over the top and Grandma shoot like an -. but after l f
,5 and oU*... Make two deep cuts When la Need of i t
, *
tbe oven to brown. A little water tbe started. did not .... Officer mad Directors.C .
;l. set in car : abut car aWe > ,
at right angles In tb'e radish, bat VETERINARY ,t.. rt .
moAt be put in the pan to steam sat under the old drooping,
r leave tbe ends Intact. Ttwn- loosen the : A. CARSON: PresL J. M. LEE Vie Prest.M. -can Fol'.t. r
the Cocnmbers while they are brown'Ing. and1 we had-r pie luncheon. 1- .:
: .* otherwise the ernmbe will burn for the sea. and the sight of the broadbrought red skin antl,plaCP.the radishes In tee'' \ ..KATZ,:2nd,Vke Pre-t. .... A.: F.. R1CHMONDfor.'Cllppedita. .r"r .... /'. '"" .'
water. The water makes) the skin curl .. ,
t. before the> encumber shell Is, cooked. the) tears to my ei.. c.: ( "', ,,,,'
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back like .roe*:leavea ,,JL.ttny-blt, of: ROMA THOMAS,.CUJ .l: ., .Po., -,
r" Tbls:dish,roes of food.'welt with ab. t.aDfeomb1D&UOII -men.-B.ecb.: Willow. :Palm Pine Bay.Pear. Aspen, the green! stein left on' ,the "radish .' : '- .,::i''. .. _' ti.. .- .- '_ \... ;: ,I' J.ou&Jupaa&ad., :f," ;10'. '
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:NOTICE b..orlpUNt .lL nda;: &&.. .
oo that; M far M posclble hihprinff rLOaJDA' AMBOAIb7pw
Ir. .&. ..t..... A." a... ' S rshU could be prevented and that von will .'" _.. '2'M Ass R
Loa 14 .. Block A I .... .. .. ,*!l"..... 8. 8; '- 'r.IIooo 'tt be a tlhtetfrea.ta.4 .
,; i i6 N tios 1. 110Mb,.. ....a that the tOUOWID ".Hrlb.4 I-ci.. o. ao 1D000 4tbireot W .' of 834 .f Blook..III ....",..,.,.. /u""b100d.' laorria : w, 11.11 more water made available for trrir-, c puNyawatr1.. .
u will be n.o..ury t. paT tb. aIDo..t dOl. for taass herein tat opal of. Lot 1 Block (J-......+.....-i i8loc ,' .._..............., 41oungblood. when the crops wOre most in n *4. overar D av.y' ft'o.J, 1
posit to the. cams to...her'wltb tae coat of miica. auo ana a4".rt-ID", will r! ot 1.01001, 0.- Bradihaw. tt ... : They Mid that they relied the .. .
b. old at publlo auction on the 'Ut.4ar..f: 0 tnibor. A. J) Itlt In front --- .. .. . .-' HMClark. ta&'...-.a...{: : upon B&"a.rd. 0-00... 8t. 1.8... wB,,
Cltr.JiaU.aoor: at.KUslmine ply,"C untj'rv1t4SaNOL .and. etateo,, 1 Lota I and 4. lock H ,WtU: Q.,.....ow.....;...: 'ILl upon the national forest, 'within Dad and Maaroe _.tl_ t
_u Fiona.. / AU of Block rb--Ii-tli \' I. which the. watershed Uy,} to' ensure the resources of aeh Bounty. 1III4ID"
. --- .. . of SW coro ':W./ ., tiY of 8.e-i iUan a steady flow of water for their kind of lands traj .norta>Uon faolUttw.
; Amount'ot1 : 'Tp 13. r.n. N'IU ft crop: road. and erene aroint. It will also
Dcrli>tloiv.>: f'Lands';; OWNER :Taxes: Cost 111 10 1I i-8 It. d3)% It. W 106 I-I ft '.Cornell.;;'Battle'O. ....-.....:._ 'If.fO. The.national forests; 'says the ar- toll of *port* ..lford..., .*mM of

Lot 3. Bleak Q -"' ------, ,,....,__ Corn. ._Hal Ue OJ.....,....... .10O'Qara. tide beside boinf the .Americanfarmers' and much valuable ,"Information for
'r'p... AddltI.u-- 8W It of Lot 3 brook II ----.....-- John. J..w...... .I' winter r.ldot, tourists,'and
\ )J.t(. S JD oor .f Block '11"'fill' .f Ryr roes Bo. UI It. 'Iv find *of34 it ** : .. most valuable 1 sonrc of I:4. and towospeeplw.
q N 10 ft. W 100 B iv ft, III 100 It_. Leonard F. .+-.. ... Leo car. of : -." l1 Tp. irSift wood which i. the chief buikUd* DIaotertar tend your today with tl oat Inntatnpa ,
,All f 111 of A. Co L. .y la' Block' 11 -..-- Bass,. Mrs :B. A.MILL__.HI..U I.SO ffV&S'A '1. H >i34 ft. >rf for rural also his or coin for each copy doelrod.II .,
,:N. r. B._ R-.........- .f OI.eka 1. ; _J _::__ : Timothy ___.. ...... 11.10 purposes, are .to per docent, on larger kl
.. .. .. 1'. tR a 1b 140 _A. .... ... 1M.. B.*.. % ft. N and J fH .W of BBcor. most valuable source of water both quantUI The.poe.alr.rrlee. be Uv.4
,. Addltl.Lot. .- ofNWH of 810 80. M. Tp. SB, for irrigation and domestic u... In about November .oot.-,
1. :. $;'4 and 181ot.t t --'__ Ba... Mrs.- R. A. _______ ..18Ba R ". run N 170 ft-To 166 ft. 6 no ft. the od now will b. carefully Ailed aa soon l), ',
{ 1. I. 1 .. I aDd i. Block I ______ .., Mrs .E.- A.-_-_______ ..It W IS f1. Hod -... His __.__?__._ 1C.IO West they afford him a protected aa the Annual Is ready for tho malla. 3
Lot. 1 to 1t. Incl .1".. Block I _______ Baas. Mr.. E. A.,_________...-- II.'0 Bsf. SB corofBoocwrunw"lof. grazing range for his ototk they Addroaa East Florida Annual Company,
1 to 11 tnclb.lve Block 6 ________ Baa. Mr*. KL A. ...___?_____._ It.'0Ba N111ft. p 100 ft. 6 171V4 ft __-. Taylor.. Mrs. Macd ________ 4S.1I are tho best insurance ngainct flood at Aua-ustln Fla .-'" .3 to Nor, 1 t
;/ ). Lot 1 to 10 inclusive! Block T -_______ *.. Mr. B. A. ______._______ It.'0 L. M. ..._ ..-Dlvlaln In II. A. to his ... .
tM 'Lot.1 to 10 Inclusive, Block S ____ Base, Mrs. E. A. .__.__...... SI.81Ba Mathrw A.dltl._ damage fields, his -buildinga, i _
Lot 1 to & and Lot. 10 and iMt 8. Black B __________ J.. H. Kirby: Smith ___...--. I.... its bridges, his ror-io and tho fertile Anemone means""wlndflower netIia
W .11. Block - **. Mr*. B.! A. _____________ IT.18 W. A. l-trlrh Addit1.-. Sty of his soil. The national foreits ( ao called because it Is so'.delicately
1 1'.ot. 9 and IS.:Block 1 : ::::::: .:- Halo E. H. ____________________ 14.TOBo D. C. )1111.....-. ".-.....D.... *f L.t :1. poised that it with the slightest
,.r+ Lots 2. S. 4. I and T. Block 10 -----__ *.. Mr*. B. A. _______________ IS.11 stock "1("_ cover the higher portions of the Rocky away .
.:Lot S and S. Block 14 ._nu_____----- Bass. Mr.. E. A. ________________ t.SO Lot I ___._____"_________________ Thompson J. W. _____._.____ I.... Mountain ranges the Cascades the motion of the air;
Lot 1. 4. C, S and 9. Block 14 _______ 81 trims. J. E. ________________ 14.TO Bcjr ttl NW cor f..Bl'l.c I, run Pacific Coast ranges and o large More than 62,000'' women la i the
Lot. 1 to 10 Inclusive Block 15 ____-- Baa. Mr*. E, A.________, ------- SO.14 ft 5 ft E S 10 ft. W EIlf'lBe : '
Uo.wrir. "*-/...dlvl.lo. of lt 16 .f N 18 ft Davidson A. L. ____.....______ 14.10 part of th forested coast and Islandsof United States cultivate fruit.
ParnA A layn* Addition r. JU ft"n"of"NW"c"(';r."of"Bock"iTrun Alaska) ; some of the hilly regions A court commissioner did the molding
Lot* IB and It, Block A ---------- Zack Richardson Est _.________ S 81 S 106 ft B H>4 ft. 8 10 ft W in Montana nnd in the Dakotas, Oklahoma -
',' i M. H. I*. I ron..t'. Addition- R* ft. B) M7V4 ft. N 4H4 ft. Porcelain blue Is a new evening
Lot 1. Block A ______________,______ Bell A. B. ____________._______ 18.SGriffin. W 40 t.IN106t'r t. W 41 ft. __________ Dann. J. J. .,..___________________ SO.It Michigan Florida and Porto hade. .
Lot S. Block A _-- - J. C. _____________.,____ 18 Ie Ely of Lot 1, Bloch q _______ __. Atkinson J. B. _________.._____ 7.18 Rico. In addition land is now being *
LiOt 6. 6. T and 8. Block A :::::::::: Davidson A. L. _______________ '.15 W. S. lI.rwell'DI.... of Block purchased for national forests in the The very lacy lingerie blouse bu f .'
r Lot 1, 1. S. 4 and B, Block F--_----- Davldaon A U ________________ 141.09 T.V.- returned. ,,),
Lot 6 and e. Block F ____-____....__- Ba.... Mr*. E. A. ________________ 11.81 EOI Lot I and WH of Lot 1. Block U Harwell Sam _________________ 14.70 White Mountains of New England oJ.
Lot 7 and 8. Block O ____n___..__ Thomas, Walter _______________ S..( W of Lot 4 Block VBlock __ ___ Baker a T. _________________ 21 88 and in the southern Appalachians Very wide belt are still'favored oaf I
w 1 Ooecola Hdw.. Co.'. "_8..DI... of Lo/. W .I Lot a. W _____. -______. Allen C. H. _________________ 14.10 In regions so widely scattered agricultural loose coats. T
T *.d H, Hlork: "_ .f H. H. P. W .. of Lot 1. Block T _______. ______ Watson Mr.7 __________..__..
Dr.....'. Addition Lot 4. Block T n_____________________ Thompson J. W. _____________ 41.20 and fo ist conditions necessarily The present tendency Is to dark eofc
Lot S ______________.________ Porter, Nathan _________________ t.SORlckerdlk S 1-* of Lot 1, Block -CO" ___________ Thompson J. W. ______________ 6.SOGilbert. differ to a great degree bringing on in flat..' Addition NW >t Block "DD" run* differencesn
S. about
Lots 8, 9. 10, Block 1 *. Ml. E. __un_____ 76.46Malory B"f'IN ft."Er60r.ft 24 147Mi ft. W 50 ft F. S. __________________ <..t corresponding Now It la white petticoats with'cir
r;' Lot 1. Block Stt _:::::::::::::::: John .. 8 7W < All 8 of A C L Ky. In Block. 10. S( the effect of the national foreston cular flounces. '

E Lot S, Block SWV4 ____________________ F. Johnson :::_::::_:::__::_ 7:68 and It ______________ ___ McLauren H. L. ______________ 44.49 the agricultural interests of the
1'- of Lot S, Block S ________________ Robinson. Lin a* .______________ T.68Bunn. Lot 1 and I. Block 11 _______ _______ Dibble J C. __________________ 88 48 various localities. Wherever agri-!
Lot 4 and B. Block S ________________ _-- -- _. IS ISDeveaui. All of Block 15 __________I______? Campbell, Mrs. L. D 14 SOWbalay. f
of Lot S, Block 6 _u_____________ .r'jo... Est ::.::..::. 7.68 8* of Lot 4, Block 17 n______________ Ed ______:::::::::::1 '7f the farmer i. directly benefited by
Et-: of Lot. S and 6. Block B -------- Howard Walter ________________ 11.14 Beg' 24% ft N of SB cor Block the existence of national forests andy Theodore Deschner
'S 1. Block 6 ________________________ McNeal Jesse ___..,____________ IS.It 20), run N 60 ft, W 147H \.l 6 60 ft. their e
+ Lot 4. Block 41 ________________________ McLean. p. C. __.________________ 9 96Weaver B 147W ft. ________________ Hansen. R. P. __________________ 14.80 > proper management. I
Lot 6. Block 6 ________________________ H. W. __n_________ 1183Nelson. J. W. I.Hlr'm Addition- I GUNSMITH r
All of Block IS _un________________ A. B. ..IT-_____________ 18 16Uaulden Lot. 10. 11 and 11 Block 1 _nn______ McLaughlin __________ ________ SI.81 One of the moat fashionable milliners '
Lot. 1, 1. and S, Block 16 __n__________ Henry ________________ S4.SO Lot 1 and 2, Block I _nnu______ Paulk L. ______u______________ 6 20 in Paris is reviving an old mode Cv. /ti ... Ftarst* A"-;" l
B% Lot 4. Block 16. ie.* a trlp 45 ft Lot 7. Block SLot __ __ __ ____ ______ Smith, -__ i ..
\i wide off N ..Ide __________ ______ Anderson Maggie ______________ 4.SI 7, Block JWH ----________--__-_____ <>*c oia RH.f'-; Co _-:::::::::::: agMn. this spring in the guise of boat-shaped ST. CLOUD FLORIDA a
Florida Land A ,..,..-..", _", Co.'. of Lot 11 and 12, Block S u______ : C. M. Ruch ____________n 4ul hats. I'
..rve7- 7, Block' 4 Gallagher E. 1' ________________ ..16Drlgrirer 1
Lot SS and S4Woodoll ____--________----______ Caster M. D. ______1___________ S4.SOPlnmmor .o\{. Htll r-. d.
A A n..I....'. *.b-I>lT. of Lot B3, I Lot 100 ft. square In NE !,or. Block 2__ *. H. H. ___n___________ IS.11 ."
ry B-4. tiT sad BM of .... L. I. Co.1. Borvrr to). II .Wtrr. A 8.)..' AddllloBHlockii .. :. i
,- Lot 18 and 20 Block D Un__________ R. D. _u_____________ 1.64Sallette 9 and 10 nnhuu______ Moody H W __________________ 41 21 lit-- "'q r1I"f. V "f .-- ... ji ;
' r Lot 10 and 11. Hlock UWoodoll -------------- Estclle O ____________ 2.83 \\'. C. I.... Addltl.Lot ...-
.y A Wsrlat'.. Snb.-l.... of Lot. 1 _nnuuuun__________ Tlndall M. D. _________________ 2 11 ,
XI. 43, 44 4B of ... 1.. I. t'o.'* Sarvey 1C. I_ l.rmlrr'. AddUlo. '
Lot 1 to 9 Inclusive Block A ___ ____ Unknown ______n______________ 6 20 Lot 2. _. ___. ___________ ]Hick. M J ____________________ S 111Nrwton. \
Lot 1 to II Inclusive, Hlock BLot ----L---- Unknown ______________________ 62u l Lot 6 ____________________.___________ Ml.. B _--______________ 6Haas. A Prime
I 4 1 to 9 Inc. Block C u____________ Unknown ____uuuuun__ 620 Lot 7 ______________ __________________ Bull ___n_______________ 6HaB
Lot. 1 to 9 Inc. Block T> _______n_____ Unknown ________nh__________ 620 Lot 86 __ .__.__ ._..__ __ Oscar ________unuun 401 r
r, 1.010 1 to 9 Inc Hlo<'k E nUn_____ Unknown __nun_____ 620 Lots 21. 22. 23 SB 37 And 67 to 60 Inc __ Uuneiian. A. E. ..______________ 17.08lindermer HER Roast of Beef '
\ Lot 1 to 9 Inc Block F Unknown ________________00 ____ 620 A. E. nnmrmmtt'm dab-Ill of N H of "RV ;> '
:1 r Loin 1 to 9 Inc 1 : Block O :::::::::::::: Unknown _unnh____________ 620 of NKM: of NW% Sre ZH"" Tp. :25.H .
Lot 1 to 9 Inc Block H __nnU____ Unknown ______________________ 620 211.- PRIDE .
TT 6 Lot. 1 to 9 Inc. Block I __nu____ Unknown ____nu_____________ 620 Lot 1. Hlock 1 C B 8 78 served with brown .potatoes '
Lot 1 to 9 Inc. Block J un__________ Unknown uuu__________ 520 Lot 2. Block 1 nhuhnn. .__ ____ _______ Hansen II. P _::::::.::::::: 221
Lots 1 to 9 Inc Block K ___ ___.___ Unknown ununu______ 620 ]Ml 3. Block 1 __ ___ ___ __ Prescott M M. uunu__ 1 64 like it. I
\ Lot 1 to 9 Inc Block I. _._n_________ Unknown ______________________ 520 Lots 8. 4 and 6. Block--3Lot --I -__-__ Hronnon '''m. __________r_____ 8 76Klrdel. just as you t
Lot 1 to 9 Inc Block M Unknown ______________________ 620 6. Block 2 __ _n_ ____nun________ Clara ____n____________ 1213
Lot 1 to 9 Inc.: Hlock N -::::::::::::: Unknown ______________________ 520 C. A. ('.",<>... AddllloB To avoid failure and disappointment -

Lot 1 to 9 Inc Block O _n_ unu__ I'11"Iwwn uununn 620 Lot 17. Block A __..__ ______ Smith. Kirby __________________ 2 28 .
Loin 1 to 1/ Inc. Block P ___ __ Inknown nn_________________ 6.20 Lot.. 7 and 8. Blork u'D ________00 ______ Carson C. A. __________________ 2,83W .
J. If. \\ .......11.. Mah-Uh'. of I.Ot lib Of K 1..1......... 11..1..t_ your wife
0' .... I.. .. < ...'. ftnr>ry- lute 92 and 93 ______.___________ ___ O. Hankln ________________ 1.40 1
4. Lot. 14. 15. 23. J4. 25 _uhuu____ \\oonall J H __nn______ 2>76 Lot SB _____ ______________________ Vans Agnew.. Frank n__________ 9S
Lot R _-___ ___--__ ____--__---__-- tiUnown -_______________ ______ 104 LolB 127 to 132 Inc __ ______________ Garrett H R. ____unu____ S 83 should bc-furnlshed with '
p Lot 11 _ _____________--_________ Joni's..L R u------nh__ 104 ,otH 134 135> and 136 _h___ ______ __ Ltdbetter I". 8 ________________ 18 .
Lot 9 and 10 __ ___ ___- -_--_ l >nilf\ II L. __nnuu__ 1 64 lnrk_ .*,
Lot 16 n -- Illak.. Geolgo _________________ fI 3KJaikHon Lot I. Block 8 ___.______ __r--- Norton. Mr. ,,,. H ____________ 104 r GItl rf a t the cut from good *1 1Ge
r Lot 21 and 22 --- -: ==:::::.:: -:::: JP.____________.____ 71 RH> Lot 5. Hlnc 4 _ __ __.._ Han*. Hull _ --______ ___ ___ 1.04 proper
Loin 26 mjil 27 _ --____ L.' kirllia nnnh__ 62u Lot 9 rend 10. Block 12 _ _nu__uu_.... N..I"on. A. H __________________ 164
It Lots 30. 31. 82 33 34. rend 35 u________ Hivmil. S H __ IBS l.otx 4. 6. 6. and 7. Block 16 un____ n. Baker J. H u________________ 2.83 11/'('( which hUH bc'l-n seasoned long enough to acquire the '
if __ ___ _____________ 1
j lot 36 _ uu AIlln"ispoon. John 64RAm. A. 11:. l>onK..-. **ul>-l>lT. of W Vi of
M. <". lll.nh.r.r. Mnh-I/l.lalo. of Lot May sod "'/. of HKV4 of 811:% of SK 7n--
lilt of 9'. I.. I. CO.'B "un.1.01 ..,- tir-f. i.' . 2n it 29- lest flavor. ThiH is
i S6 -__ ___ --- ---- --------------- ... Illlam ________________ 164 L'i 4 and 6.'I.r.... k R __ _______ ___ Norton, Mr.. O ___. ________n__ 2 85Lcland '
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II. \%'. Iorro.. .'. Huh-l>ll. of Lot BM ofF. Lot 4.6. 6. 7. and 8 Block 7 nn______ K. K. _____________n___ (48 :
. t. .. t ...'. Mur.eyIota .tted. Land..
__________ ___ ___________ 1'npl
. 10 and 25K. > uu \\avmnn. Anna 00 2.83Ietey. 6ty I lit b\V'<.. beg NB cot runs The kind of roast <
I.. .. Co.*. Xunrr. ('".'d.- S <10 ftV \i: "d of Sic : thenN we can Furnisht
r Lot 64 H nf Midland HAVfclte > n____________ C. 11 _u_________________ IS.46 33(1 ft K to beg also lea 15.beg 22n
A l>rrl.yuhlrr'M Hub-llT. of Part ft. N of an cor rung N 41Z1 ft. W 110
of |.... 4Ii. .. I.. I. 40.'. Hor,'"T- S 627 210 16 her
ft. ft 13 ft. Sec
r.. Lot 4. 6. 7. Hand 10 n u__ nnn_ Unknown ______________n______ 6 aM It 21 __ __ Tp..._.25.. Nelson. A. R __________________ 61 33 every day. Buy oiu- pride" and skill will do the
un u u - --
Lot 11. 12, IS and 14 u__ -____ __ AMiltt. I'. O uuunu____ 6.38 S\V'a of HKfc. Sec 16, Tp. 25. It 29.u- Voile Mr.. J. ___nnuun__ 118.10'
Be*. BO fl. W of NM cot of Lot 76. run '
of Sec
W 160 ft. S 1119 ft K 160 ft N 189 ftI bthmlut, wilhelm __________u__ 6.60McLauren KV4 Jf2r.lit290._N\VV. _._ ._NW4? _28 Myerr A. W. nnu________ 18.20 rest ..Jt.L! .
'. I.........' <4.b-I>lT. of Lot 7* of K. L. IIIf Beg' 427 % eh*. E and 14yds N of 8W
.j .. ( .... fI.n... SW
,I' Lot. 7. 9 and 10 __u______ _________ H. L. ___u_________ 11.14 cor 25 H of 29, rune W of E 140 NWVi yds Sto N 70 28, Ids Tp

;r I4 Be*; 106 ft. 8 of NW cor lot 78 of FC. W 140 )'d... H70 yd. hu.hnh_ Omdorf. R. E. __________________ 8.48
: I' Co'* r nl..Orf.3: 4 ft 8 W. H. KlBK1. HKb-UlT of Lot BT of ....
+,' 108 ft W i'3Y""fi N __ Hammond N. __uu________ S.48 I.. I. c.o-'. Smrwfr." Central Market

+, W. H. VmrmtTT-m 1t.-M.b-D/v. of Lot 79, Lot 1 and 2 ______ Burncy H _____________________ S.88McNral.
I ;4 Addition to Prospect. I'.rll-: _nunu ____ J. __________________ 4 01 ,
Lot 11 and 12
Lot 9 ________ ________ __ =_______ Alvy. Salll ___________________ 1.64Downing Lot 18 .________nnUUnuh______________________ u.O 164
'. '. I"-t ".rk, ...1.. 1 1I.b-DI..I.lo.'.. Lot 17 _______________________________ : lreNth :::::::::::::::: 1.64 "I* the Hub of t-. Gty. 1 r tr
i L.t. ti3 ... MS of K. L. I. C. 8f1rJol Lot. 86 and le Martin S. _____n._.__________ 4.01
... uuunuunLol __ _____ Q. C. __ __________ 1. 4Jame
17 y 28 _______ ____ ________ Livingston td
) 14 _____________________ ________ S. W. ________________ S.RSCady Lot 37 -and- 88 _______________________ *. Q. ___________00___________ 1.88 'Phone 209. 18 .......,. 1 j
t." Lot Id -_-:::::::::: A. M. ____________________ 2 28 Lot. 39 .and 40 --________--__________ Love B. ____________________ 1.11'' ;; -- "
Let SI. SS. IS. 14, 16 and 36 LaLonde K __ u__ ___ _______ 1826
,, Lot 41 and 44 ___.__nu____________ English John __________________ 4. 1Rivers.
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Tax Collector
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( 'L' 1 _____ __..___________________ __ Luoy __________________ 5.18Sanders By ...0.0.... .0.... . .0..o. ... .... .... ....... ...... A

It:: ______n______________________ Daly ................ 4.01 .
W af :..lack E L --____ ________ Bamona Alonso ............... 9.>6
'..__........ .....D..f Block "H L"- ; .
Lot* and I _______________________ Mack W. ____.______ 7.68 PLANT SORGHUM .
Lot / ________ ___ _____ Rogers, Louaenla.__._______._ S.83 ;: ,.;
:f kek r'U ; :
'*' ab..aker'.8.b-DI.. L"- Farmers Depend On , ,

. Lot 8 ______"_________"_______________' Porter. Nathan ________________ C.SOnavl : Says I EARLY AMBER SORGHUM Ii o.o eI tbe finest fora:.'aopaltIat ; ; f,
60 ft N of SE cot of Block "T L F.I.
rum W 90 ft N 60 ft E 90 ft H 60 ft.Wtt *. B L ______n____________ 41 68 1 SERVICE ARTICLE ASSERTS DESTRUCTION caa be frown in Florida. Broadcast I bushel per! aero. T. this you' > ;
f "t of Block "U L" .--______nnU_ Cochrane A. E. ________________ 14.70 '
W.trr. A Cr*..n Snb-UlT. of "Z L, A MARKETS i may add .half a bushel. of Cow Pea Fine for all kinds ., fire stock, '

1 9"lot. WOODS MEANS LOSS OF LOCAL and for the land. $%.00 bnsbel. defirered.
11 and 14 ___________ Brooke H. F. _____________.____ S 35 i good per
"of'iflock" S. W . - - - . . . _ ._- - I
Belt. at NE cor. run. VVVTYTTYTYTYTT _
.' 99ft. S 60 ft. E 99 ft N 60 ft __nU Allen. C. B. ____________________ K.60 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOODOO rTTTT % t
Beit at 8 W cor Block I 4. run* N 160ft with water from the North Platte
is the most
67Jff In where timber
: W 95 ft. 8 E 95 ft. : aliio betr regions
NE cor. Block 4 run S 160 ft. K 96 ft important natural resource permanent River sent an urgent request to the KILGORE SEED COMPANY .

N 160 ft. W 96 ft. __ _______ Jarrell. A R. _______u_________ 83 42 forests managed with a view to sustained government to restrict timber cut-
Lot. 1 and 2. Block 6 ________________ Ford. William H ________n____ 16 (0( PLANT FLORIDA. .
Lot 3 Block 41 __ -------------------- Ifoimon. O A. __________________ 1690T timber prdouction are abso- --- - -- ------------. CITY d
Lot 4. 6 and 6 -Block 6 _nn__________ J Bell list ____n__________ 24 20 lutely essential to the continuance of
Lot 1 and 2, Block 8 ---------------- Waring, n D. ______nn_.__ 2 83HRSB to article in Your otoooooooooooooo.oo.oooooooooooooo.o. >> 64)000.04 . 0 . J
All of Block 13 _'._- ________--__--____ C. C. ____________________ 43.20 agriculture according an Send us \ Y
83 ft. off N end of Block 18 nn___- Tlner. W R. ______u__________ 18.46 the year book of the Department of -- -- --- --
of Block 20. run 8 100 The resultof
Bow NE cor Kriculture just published.
_ ft E 100 ft. N 1(1(1( ft W 100 ft ---- Mrs Prlsrllla Bas Est __u____ 2R 96 : the timber without rw--wvwwUw -wu> -*-. -wvw aTaWV
Lot 1 and 2. Block 22 _____ ___ Minx. Julia A n______________ 11 38 exploiting Orders For
r Lot S and 4. Hlock 22 _______nUuu Mrs O. A. Minx e..t. nn 6.20 thought of the future is the final disappearance 1 I

h Lot 2, 8 and 6. Block A ________n_ ___ Emma Has* __u________________ 88.46 of lumbering: operationsand _
Loll. Block B _nnnUu________ Fleming. II. Est ______nhh 11 14 withdrawal! of Lumber Co.
Lot 6. Hlock B _--___ ____ Robinson Elizabeth ________00 __ 24 2n+ therefore the an I BEAMS May
,. NV4 Lot.. 4 and 6, Block D unnn -- McLean O C. __________________ 36.09 important local market for farm pro- FIRE ESCAPES
Belt. NE cor. of Block M run.* W 99 ft. du-ts. In addition forest fires often
850 ft. K 99 ft N 60 itt. _-_-_ .h-__ Smith J. II _________n_______ 29.25 lands and thus CHANNELS "
the cut-over Wholesale and Retail Dealers la -
Beir 60 ft H/ of NK cot Lot 1 Block M, ravage ANGLES AND
t' run.. W 99 ft. 8 60 ft. E 99 ft N 50 ft Smith J. 11. __________________ ..9.76 preclude the development of a new
8 86 ft. of Block N >PK at R\V cor local market by the resumption of ALL SI1APK8
of Block N run* S 1934 ft. K to KUht fire there YELLOW PINE LUMBER
for after is no
of Way of A C L K>'. thence NK along lumbering; ; K
)tt. of way to S Bd>'. of Block N. IhenLor'2 chance for a new crop of trees. BOILER PLATES
Rlv"r. W. M. ________ 49 15Hass. where 1
to beg - nnuu From a productive:
W of Ily:In Block P :::--::-:::: :: N. F ________________n__ 6.38 timber land a region has been convrt d Intoa TANK STEEL Shingles and Laths '
'. Lot 3 and 4 Block 1* anI.ot.. 3 and : \

r 4 Block It -_-___--_--____ ___________ Mrs. M M. Maklnson __________ 96.76 barren waste the farn.ers usually GALVANIZEDOOI'PER
Robert P.. Hrrond Addition have to out. There are partsof AND
Alfred, Oreer Kst ___________ 7 68 move HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY j
.. Lot Lot 1 lad4IL--:::::--:::::::::::::::: Chandler Florence ________u n__ 14 70 the United States in which fie, cultivation ZINO SHEETS ;
Son tli KlorldB H H. Surrey of the' soil has ended with Hoe

All Fractional Block 1 Bass. N F ____________________ 9 95 cessation of !oval lumbering or at All we ask U lrt"s figure on your estimates. ;'
'. Lot 7, Block 7 _--__-_::::::::::::::-- Hicks M J. ___n_______________ 28 05 TRUSS RODS
Lot 8. Block 7 ________ ______ __ I C C 43 20 least shortly afterward because with Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery i
;" Lot 6 and SW 2-8 of Lot 6. Block 12-_ r.r.M.J..M; :_::::::::::::::: 14296Aultman the withdrawal of the wood-woikers STAY BOLTSSTUCOTURAL

I.ot. 8 and 7. Block IS _.____ nu____ 8 B ________________ 83.68 went the farmers' market for meats, '
Deg. 9S ft. S 47 deR E of moat northerly Phone 21 Kissimmee Ha.pVtV"
, r cor. of Block 19, run S 47 deg. F3BO vegetables, hay and grain. Thereare IRON WORKOF .
ft. 8 48 deg. W 76 ft. N 47 deg. W other regions where the stabilityof :.

BO ft N 48 ft -- Bas. Rull _____________________ 6S 60 local is absolutely ALL KINDS
D moat *:.:I'fet:5; rot : tB k agriculture This . */i* i* /i/ juvu" x n/- > ivvQ k
19. run. N 43 deE 78 ft. N 47 deg bound up with forest protection. .-
W 71 ft. 8 41 deg. W 76 ft. 8 47 de*. is strikingly truo in parts o? the Appalachian ALL HARD WOODS

E71ft ____________________________ Bass, Rull ____________________ 191(1 mountai.s of the East; it is '
Lot 6, Block 18 _______________________ Bas*. Rull ____________________ :S8.96 of the Nat'onal' 0 *4> 0 0 > 4>e.4><> ><> 04> >4>4> rl
Lot 1. and S and a strip 6 ft and 4 no less true in many LAUNCHES:: .
Incbe.1 oft NB side of Lot 4. In BlockJO forest regions of the West.A .

_______________ Maklnson W. B ______________ 238.6S DORIES AND
All of Block SS 8 F R R Survey and few years ago continues the SKIFFS South Citrus Nurseries t''

Lot 1 of Wm. Cannon. Addition____ Thurman H W. ______________ 711.25Qrlfnn article more than a hundred farmers Apopka :,<
B.._ II'. A.Otfon- against the BUILT TOORDEK
LoT I and NW',4 of Lot B ___-?--___-_ J C. ___________u____J" 14.70 in Montana petitioned
Lot 16 16 and 17 less a strip l Mi ft. then proposed elimination of their

wide off N end ____________________ Johnson C. F _________________ 41.18 section from the Kootenai National BOILERS AND Ocoee Florida ft .i-
Lot SS ______________-________________ Willis, dab ___________________ IS.S3 Forest. Its elimination they knew t .' )I
Addition- TANKS BUILT TO .
't Lot Wm. E Cannon'o. 5. 4 and 6 n ._ ________ ____ W. B. Maklnson Co ___________ 47.98So from the history of adjacent I lard out- "
I N. T. I>owe. Addition side of the forest would mean thatit ORDER All the varieties of ''
Lot A n___ ____ Fla. Lumber Co. ____________ S.76 would at once be taken up by tim- PUMPS FOR ALL "
Bear at cor'Yiakln it T TOhopekallga Avenues Orange and Grapefruit trees in ; ';
runs' N easterly along Tohopekaliita ber speculators and lumber companies PURPOSES ,

ave 1788 ft. N 46 den \v to be held for years without develop fine condition at the very lowest :
r SIS.4 ft. then In a southerly direction if this COMPETENT PORCH
to ben. _____________________________ Osceola Lumber Co. .._.....__ 'tt.86Ro ment. They knew also prices. r
came about neighbors couid: not bo FOR ROAD

4t .LoT "I."T B. 8. 7. 8. 11. IS. IS. 14, 16.Et obtained or roaus and schools be de- AT ALL TIMES The rainy season is the best 1n-
1.. 17, IS, 16. io, IS S3, S4. S8. 29, SO, in the >
SS. SS 84. 86, 86. 87, 88. 19. 40 41. lopcd country as rapidly as PUMPING MACHINERYALL time to set trees. Good trees set _,'
t' I 141. 46. 6a. 64. 66. B6. 67. BK. 6'. 60. If the land remained under govern- KINDS 4
:' S 1. n. si, u. 67: u. 71. 71. 74. 15. 76. ment control by which tho portions now will keep one growth In 1 ,
1Ot"I... I: 10. aj aDd d _--___?-- Fla Lumber Co. __.!___.____ tt OS years
........ '),. "} e7.311:79 ________ Ledbetter J. C. ___________._- If.OiAlvr really more suitable for agriculture advance of the same kind of tree ;
;: O.biodtO'Neal'' 'AddltlVnVi; than for forest purposes would in .f.' -
..;:-. Block C C. L. __________ "46 n. ; : !
B .
.. Lots 4 and -------------- time be entered by permanent settlers set next fall. Send today catalogue '
!ii. .i) Lot B.' Block D :---------------- Harwell, Sam________________ 8.T(' "
!' J. F. _________, 11.81 under the Forest Homestead .
...." '4..s. 4.'B.' 7p'Jr.-t t 1.0 Black NE E roTNKgoTSKttBVoa : Brown Act and lowest price list to above address. ; '" ,

k. .- 11 "'Po'li R fa run. (60 ft. 8 StlV -- In 1911 an association of Colorado Y,
104 ft. B 141 ft. N -
ft. >1111 ft. N
..l ;?'*.* '_.._ ---_--- Aultman. a B. U.10 farmers. who irrigated their farms JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MMMMM OM + M M M M M

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1I 111111 1111111 M111MILegal tlm.'.object''IU.U shall 'b.) Two. Hun:. 'ITOTIOB Or ATTACHMBHTT .

I" deed Fifty Thousand Dollar, <,<< ( f 00). 't- -p <.- A..;". Va. die Meers.fc sal '*11 :

I : 'Ante VII. Other ......._ la er...... . I i the South: I
The name and r.*ld<.noe. of the -lncorporator Notloe !. hereby .',,.. that I. t*. H. The Home Garden ij
'* tt( this corporation to. Ingram. Sheriff of OeceoU. County bar*
AdvertisementsMMM gather with. of thiii 14
I amount (took subscribed day attached certain personal
_ for by each are .. follow: property belonrlne to Andre Van "erM..r. .*rle. .. F_H e** Artlrle rarmlsbed .... .Bteio**' ,'.
J. Wad Tucker Kl..lmm .. Kla.| .,," In the County of Oaceola. Stat. ., Awtralt.r.* ,
Mi I M IMMI Il I Ill I III .hare.. of Florida, described mm follow: 'RHUBARB. 8ALSIPr AND
C. A. Carson Klsslraniee.' Fit; 121 On Oakland II". paaeenirer car. Hit lZRDSHE SPINACI

: W. Carry all the leading' NOTICB spoil .UKTTKH OV IKTRlVrVON* PATENT'i'o' APPLY FOR .hare 10. .I.*, Lealey l. Kisilmme Fla! its Modal the,In property the' County ot ,of,Andre Oaceola.Van and derMeersch .+. ... . . ... .. -pppppp. .4Opp +.+.44!- ,"

Ttrletloi of Farm, Field and TUCKUH BHICK COMPANY' .ham. State of Florida. Th radish I. hardy and maybe which the name .e tbl. 7I
Garden -- J. WXPH TUCKER. You are hereby commanded to appear! quit I ct
Seed that har been Notice I. hereby rlveft that the C. A. CARSON. b"for. tb. Judge or the County Court crw the all winter in the :

tested and known to be especially under.lirned will apply to the Honorable HI. 1* LESLEY. of Osceola County..l'll'fI on th. Sib lo.r and in cold frames in the The Sandwich Island J* the variety

adapted to Florida Park TrAmmell. Governor of the STATE FLORIDA/ ) dayt of September I, sass. be. south. Sow the seed in the commonly
Htate of Florida. on the S4th day of )a. lag: a Rule Day 0/ said court to answer upper grown.Spinach.
: soil and climate. Ausruat A. I). IMS. for l "". Patent COUNTY OF OSCEOLA ) In an action of Assumpalt iSamages In open ground as soon as dan.r of hard .
I Incorporating COMPANY On this day personally: appeared before the Btrm of Three Hundred Dollar In if over, o'r in cold when. Spinach if one of the best crop
under the f.'flwriC c me, an. officer duly authorized to which Robert T. Cochran and Emma M. frost and should be found
charter. administer oath and tike acknowledgement Cochran co-partners, doing business I a* space is available. In the open crow grns
POULTRY FEEl), J WADH!] TUCKER ., J. Wade Tucker C. A. Carson Robt. T. Cochran A Co., :of the City of sow the seed in drills twelve to fifteen every garden. It can be

4 'A NUITMKS C. A. CARSON. and E. L. Lesley' personally knownto New York. State of New York are inches and thin the plants to grown in the open throughout the autumn -
'1 K. L. LK8LEY me to be the persons described In plaintiff;. and the' said Andre Van der apar sections along
ETC. In all
.. 1NCU11ATOIW and who executed the foregoIng Articles Meersch ,Is defendant. Herein fall not one apart. Successive planting and winter

of Incorporation, and upon being or Judgment .will be given against. you should be made every ten day or two the coast from N rolk. Va.. south, .
OONKKY A 1MIATTSMKDICINKH 'ROI'08F.II IIHICK) CI1AKTKR COMPANV OF TUCKER duly severally sworn each for hlrnaelfcknowledged by default. weeks hot weather comes and and in the lower of southern

: Thn undt-ml llfl'l..d hereby ...ocl.'.. hereof ,,for the before ue me and the execution purposes JUII.2Ii..JU5iNORAM again unti autumn when the weather tates. In the colder regions of the

'' ; I themarlven tORethcr for the purpose of therein expressedWitness Sheriff of Osceola County begin to get cool. south it may need a little protection 'f
WRITE FoR CATAIXXJUB forming< : A corporation: undr and by my hand and official deal Florida Varieties recommended: There are during the coldest weather. Two or
AND> WKKKL.Y: : TltlCK virtue of the 1-nwii of the Htalo of Kloi at KlHslmmee. Oarrola County Florida. J L. OVRRSTHKBT: : '
;. ', LIST Id., and under the following' propomJChitrtvr thin 22nd day of July A. D 1916. I Clerk of County Court three types of radishes-turnip-shap-, three inches of hay straw or leaves

(Seal) ROMA hIOMAS.Notary tsceola' County Florida ed, olive-shaped and long. Of the' will b satisfactory prtcton. or the .,.!
{ Artl..l. I. Public 8tnte of "Florida (County Court Aeal) best varieties are of colder \
The name of this Corporation shell :My cornmlnnlon expires By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. D. C crop spinach
: r- ba TUOKKIl HHICK COMPANY: and It* March! 8. 18U. LEWIS OBRYAN.Attorney the Scarlet Globe and Scarlet Turnip. regions of the south may be grown in ". .
iI 1 and
.' Oldest established Largest principal\ place of business shall be In LEWIS O'BRYAN. for Plaintiff. l tNOTICK The best of the olive-shaped sorts are canvas-covered frames. The seed

Seed House In Florida the City of Klsslmmee, County of Osoeola Attorney for Incorporator SI -4 the French Breakfast and Early Scar in the autumn will furish 1
with plant
Florida branch offices In such
TO rnBDITORS. let. The Long Scarlet Long through the winter and early :
place or place In the United States or Charier. ,

: ;. E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. In, foreign. countries .. the directors NOTICE! OF ATTACIIMUNTiti I. Court of the CoHKty Dd.... State Whit Spanish and Icice are best spring. v.

may determine.Article TKR COUNTY roimr OF IIII.LS. of Fleridn. t>nee.lsj Coasty.In of the long Sow the seeds of spinach in drills .
II. ty.Rhubrb.
206 Kmt Hay Mtl'N"t.II' ., The preneral nature of the business to BOHOVCill COUNTY, STATIC OF re. all t"clr..d'1 0 John, legatae W. ThompsonTo : distribu 1 twelve to fifteen inches apart at the '/

t i bo transacted by Bald corporation shall FLOE I 1)4. tees and all person* having claims ordemands grown In the upper rate of one ounce to 100 fet row. 7
be to buy. sell or manufacture brick
against said estate
m end paving. blocks of all kind. and nature Chas II. Mr....... ....I.U.. You, and each of you are hereby: notified but can be grown satsfac- Three or four ounces of seed will pro
j II' :? 'U' whatsoever arid to acquire and ..... and required any torily in the lower south. duo enough greens for the average .
: 4. own or lease aiir machinery necessary J. K. lleldeM. ttrtrmtmrnt. claims and demands to..bV h..nU., or use it is best to buy roots from a dealer family. In gathering, the entire plantis "
either directly or Indirectly In said To J K. Haldon. Defendant In the above either of you. may have aR'"f..t the
seed. The plants se
than to from large are
_ _ _ grow plants
business and to secure and own patents"i and all other persons Interested state of John 'V. Thompson deceased remove.
and formulae whenever .ame may be : late of Osceola county Florida. t. the Ten to twelve food hills are sufficientfor frst. and the smaller or later

1. ;[ deemed adv I sable for successful opera- You are hereby notified that a Writof undersigned executor of said estate, the average family.Set ones given room to develop.The .\
Ion of snld I l business I or for t he Attachment has been issued within I
pro ectlon airalnst two years from the date bereaf "
the roots three to four feet Savoy is the variety most commonly -
of the Interests of the within corporation I you. and your stork of roods at Narcoonsea. EDGAR 1>. HOdAN. .\
. i Will cure Rheumatism, Neu. to enunfce, In thn business of. County of ( > <.>'ola. State: of 27-9t Executor. apart along; the garden fence and ma- grown. j.1.F

: nigh Headaches Cramps Colic and to Into< contracts for the }Florida< has been attached to satisfy flume heavily. The treatment sug- .
l ;, ...rHlInlIHlnK.. I'HlnlhutldlnK and the demand of Chas II. MoorhouneI'lulnttfT .
,Sprain Bruises Cut Burns. Old 'on..I'u..II"n of i (oadr ) In the Rho.AU.... amounting AIH"'J'I.I.UA..Ut.HO'I'U'IQ' TO SElLREtI. gested for asparagus is satisfactory
l .... .. and nMeunlkn. to buy, sell.IIiL,1Ige. ). to Two Hundred Seventy-four & 42-100 KS'l'A'l] for rhubarb. Do not allow the plantsto "

I: ; Sores, Tetter. RinjJ-Worm, Ecgems leant' nnd .1..1..1' lamln aridr ((1274 42) Hollar IN < 01 icr OK <'t>i'Niiv' JVl.RC, STATE go to seed. J
I, etc. Antiseptic ..u.I..1 it treiicrnl real eMnt e hunlnesNami Now tattles, \ou shall appear beforethe 4>K "'I..ItIIJA.If'OI.* OUJVI'VIn F ]
A.od'D..l Salsify or Vegetable Oyster. YovrOpportuouty
to buv arid HP II boils on its own I Count Court In and for the County re Kstate of Frances isaac Hush,
: used internally or externally. 25ct Itreotinit, a n d on <'o".nl..lon 1 i to build of HlllHborouirh. Stale of Florida Minor.N.i Sow sees of salsify at the same

;\ till, ouri.. lmpro\ n ml ,lc\'..lop InmlnIM aforesaid on the 111 lit Monday In Sep. : ;.>tl it e I In, hereby BUen t to all whom It time the same manner as thoseof
H d l ltth IH '. tember. A II. 1915. .
( n< ( .rj..trsilton t to inn nufnc- jnilxmi-nt will be ,.
LET US HAVE YOUR t IlJr.. renderw agralnst ni.ttofitein' t tInt J ;ZV'ra} Hush. as parsnips and carrots. An ounce of
BILL lumber timber.I nnval i tores iou and your property ,l.uatillati; 'if the KHlate: ( .' La-
ct 'IIHH.tts turpentine tltnbi product -rt\t\\ \ fit r above. I IndehtedIHBHl seed will plant a 100-foot row and I
t .... WE WILL SURPRISE YOU n n d to 1 leise; hire, own until; art tie I 'RI 'd title 291! th day or June, A. I) of(tItan,. KijHh. .Minorwill A I 1916.l on apply ill" 3tb t day the should be sufficient for an average There is I tide in the affairs of men '
\u"u..1 1 .
broker factor 1915.I that taken at the right time and in
or agents In t
hipu rrhnsc "' T M ,' 1uiiy. County Judxein I
After the thin
sale. vita ititfat'S: ;''VUrt'A and; dlnponlt : HIL11U1W & t'LL. 11 :nd, fur::, saul County:: at his ofncc family. plants are up the right way, gives at least a fair
l liii, of real I ZS-St Attorney for Plaintiff . them about inches in the
to two
'{ If you want material, we manufac- 1 pi onuctn I In l iHHlimnee In, Hald <'o\inty, at 10otlmk apart chance of flllmg out the natural spanof
hereof and comtmullt' ""0,11I' WH, resand .\ M or ,aH HOOII asthe row SaUify may be dug and stored
ture from the stump and can save you merchandise of ivory kind Including <'" IM. hi'aid, 1'ro-oft. lofe.
OIIDKIt KOH 1 nt.lCATIOV.: tH"t. aulhorlyI. the same as and carrots or
naval .. parsnips
\ H tores hIR..k..mllh' and .. I
; ",f. money. We Guarantee grade and cln.J'r.' ton In and Implements! ami sawmill < tiiis. log II, .puhll'.' ,or rial private,'ela'' in said left in the sol until needed. It ill a The stop-look-listen signs become

I, workmanship to be up to the Stand- tools I and Implements, :of nil nort In rirruK Court. Mtsle off Klorlds, Count !', to- lt biennial, the roots are not dug : more frequent as the years go by and
i to operate: nnd conduct snw mills plan- *>T-.|. Judicial < Ircult. Oaoeols Hlo.k liKhlfour. ( ) of the Florida seed the second 'they are in bigger type-they become
R4 they produce
ard. In ft mills and nil hustnens Incident' thereto to buy, raise And sell cattle more emphatic as maturity ripens
: Is 4 hancrrv.Huth to the Town of KlKstitimee '"It v
and live stock of nil kind to purchasertinl V Curtis Complainant \\ hch) application will be baaed upon Salsify deserves more general cultivation age. .

Yellow Pine Lumber Co. I I In beef n nil beef> product. to own VS.ltitntat'e the pttitlon lot' tut'li Hale, now on tile it is of hte most desirable I The American credited
as one -
hold> nnd sell. lands for pasture an t. cuttle ran." to own. operate. lens appearing by nfTldavIt appended to I >tit.d, July l.r, A li lIlt root crops. It may be used in with the ambition to "die the har

Promptness Our Watchword. hire, use arid maintain docks. H harves, t lie bill nied In the above-stated caUHI. J. nMimr HUSH. about the same way as parsnips. It issometnmet ness." It used to be in the old western -
.'i.'n'slors. pros 'a t n nk s n nil! storagefacilIties that <1 usta\e o Curtis the defendanttherein ,, <;uanll.inM
; :i 31-f boiled rolled in cracker days to meet the end with his
Phone 195. K lmmce, Fla.No. of eerv kind nn; <1 ii, recel\ named Is a non-tenttlent of the -- I ,
profits and tolls I therefrom I I bu\, cell 1 'irumbh, and fried in butter. Salsify, boots on. But why
state of I
: ; : : 1I.'r: Florida and In n r cat dent of > l K K KOH '
tin mile, for ttn ow ,n account ou coinmlsslnn : Tiirtnown[ amin\ ,,\'er the RI{.' of twen- J'I'II.I'A'I'I"NI..r..t when fried or u9ed for making soup, Why should
tjrp.intlre:: : :t'octn: nnd! all: ktn: <1* t \ .." r.. It Is t her<-fore ordered' .f .h.. In..rl... IJ. ". land has a decided oyster flavor, from I we not as age creepson
of naval Mores, 11 in tier and agricultural, that said non-resident defendant lie and Otn.-r si <. .. Klorlile, decrease our strenuous actvities.
I .products to operate stills ami machinery he Is hereby' quired to ppeiir to the "I.In..II.. in.Herlnl - --- - mental and physical and

.. : ; This :. preacriptioa prepared epednu> for, the of manufacture every descrlptlont of nn\ftl, to clort'slrO4i'l5 .rnct ,bill>r b,of'fore romjilnlnt:: Morniav: filed the In 2ml: paul nine cans of Au' V Jl ISlE, fruits of an energetic and useful life ?
and maintain, tanks nnd Why should not sit quietly and
c w n J n 1 <*1B" !I. )lnicl itS .I..ll'
for MALARIA or CHILLS 6. FCVCR. U"I. A others Ine the allegathins Klxin hint Wllllntn (151 KOI. \ < w
; the ..lorR..f nnxnl I Htoren nnd ru( of .....1hili will h,' taken an mufiMs.ii -- I Sullivan,, itt 1"" Khinii),( it Kloildi, who watch with becoming pride the activities -
Fir eli doet will break .
. or any cao, and ton "'HI other I1r.ln..I. IIn.1 I lit InftmM
,.... bv said di'fendnntIt ,I MX 2" 1 1' niaili llomentead In re Estate ofarwn KcrahorgtN'tlii' of the men and women who are
U taken theta a. a tonic tbe F. will not ornire oraro'I"" receipt a ira I tatthe inliNo: i 111,1'ti; : t
" v r In f"rll'r orol'r.IhAI this orderhe : for \ of NW ,4 and'S :; ) hirtl..\ Ki\eii t to all -whom
to ; follow those whom have
and rift oilsI \t ; .
"m. 'omH..nol,
;' return. It actt oo lb. liver better than I to runnufnct, buHI.11\ ,,ml". i1 liii I publish) 0'''''' a i 'eek for elfEht cuts'eit ,- \t. "f Si.i. S.i lion i Tiiwimblp I 21 It tii.ttonitiii. that on th. loth davnf us we traine

, ;. : Calomel sad doe DOC ripe or sicken. 2SeQRAYSTONE In barieln> I>..",lIn"own., n Mn\ef<, stIlls n HII i"- 1v.. weeks In the 1,1..lmm.111- South ItaiiKi27 Ea..l t F..liruiiix, A )I'i I I''ll'! ;'. 1 shall applvl'i to continue our work, and
I>ll4>s ami inoterinis 1 of Hfmll,it 1 It* b'v (>nz"'tte. a m w Rpa per put)Its tied In : IIIH 110,1 nollii' of Inl..ntol1 th. 1"1.. T M I Miliphv, JudKel development of enterprises we have

k r ti> bin sell!) iii),! ,ilenl' In KI m ..f l 10.. *lrvtroodw Mill<1 nnd! rotate1Mn il.ilm to in.ilte FI.. ai proof, to 'Inhl..h .l >...1 JudK<- of I'robate, for established ?
r ,
June tilt, A. )It 111 > to I l.ind a 1"1. desi' ,IM\ ,itlMihatK*' \dinlnlstlator, of
h"r.\\"ro'l ml nil kinds '
-t------- n of im>t .Seal J 1 OVKUSTRKKT.. foi .' iMi 1, i'I Is of t tin. Clicult (Court' nt l'ia- ,..
.. r-lei k circuit 1 Court .1 Inimi' rioililn. ..., I the 2nd day of l .UK.1) that, at that time I will prenentto
'. 'ontrol hit 'hn and if not for
; R"* O'fl 11 i "i ophrfrlRen .x,' ,ttt'uiili.'n.' easy complimentary;
1 JAMKS: \ M JOHNSTON I:; : !. | .
Uy 111. said I'oiilt tutu ariounlH as
( tn\
: .rotl' 'ectt'ls.. Irllm\\ 11,,,,, .. '
:isa '
i 1 l.iiTiiint of have the financial
; : lighten,. etiKlntn ii,U,, M or ..tii'rv.'htclos I Deputy, I Clerk.a N \ltnrFsen \'d'' i .Uot, of said *'Matand ask most us not acquir -
( 'buli H ,
F KninnsSnllfitor < l.ainh; of Flor 1 ,01, I ht-li i n oval independence a '-
+ or rneariH, of . .11.01\0"t 1."uol"n. p| permits f.
t. -_ .-._ nf It lie trotIuetn) of "r..out t x I h.'"bl, oi\' ,n- for ('om piA Inn nl. 25-8t lilt Mli i t .,r LniiKbman Florida 1'1",1 AUKnd. A 1 I' IPIfi leisurely old age. Our "pile" is not I
f A i:
L ..1.l controlled or mnriufnctun, ,bv H.ilil 33 1 in f m IHOlfIIT., of sufficient dimensions that we do not /-r.,
company or oth"r pit Soils or cm por.i- r AI.lnl""Rlnr
;NOIH1C KOH l l 11ATIOV "n"o Johnson, of ouKbman.. Flor have it continue .
lions In .nn"'lIn,. with t It>i. J lIsitIes', ida supplement by our -

: ; ; L W. TUPIKW, frtl. L D. MUTER Mr. ; [ of this, of compn IrAn..oorl"llon nbut. riot for to it"In,...'. to"!1,1mean U..p.rCm..C of the Interior. iT. ". l.mmtOfOre 'llmotli\>amb. of LoiiKhman. Flor In f'lr..ul I'our State of Florida, exertions for a livehhoo.

purpose ida hard
I .t t.nlneavllU Florida .... growing age a
I' of doing bun In...... of n common Jndlrlsl ('irrult. OserolnI'ount
I July 10. uSia. ROBKRT W. DAVIS In ,.. proposition for most of us to realize 4V
carrier to raise. produce, buv. sell < ,x- 31-St ) l..r
i I Open Year Round ; j jJAX change nnd deal In tr't's plnntnshrubs Serial Anmbrr XMM7 Hpgl.lerO'IU'E and to ourselves to. We
I -.- accommoat
cereals And any nnd All kInds Anna M. J.h.s.n, Cemplnlnaat.Uanlrl have close
of vegetable. productn and cItrus fruits Notice Is hereby given that John tV.Campbell. V.. to complet
i fruit trees hay and train and to doa of Louffhman "Klorlda who I U. Jebn.en. l>e,endnnt. wreck before we admit that age "
______________________ general nursery business. to construct on 1-ebruarv. Is, 1910. made HorneateadKritry Mv wife Mary I. Adamsnn havIng": winning the But it is' inevitable -
left nbed and board, tills IH to notify game.
No 06487. for NIC 14 of SlflU andKlOViOf
erect, operate and mnlntnln apecking nil whom) It I appearing by affidavit appendedto for all of
NK'A Section 35, Township 25 may concern that I willnot sooner or later us- .
house or parking houses and the tiled In the abovestatedcause
South flange 27 East.: Tallahassee be i', ..po".lbl.. for any bill she bil '
the time when
may have to
cannIng factory for fruits we acknowledge j
BISCUIT-th* meats a mlvegetables Meridian\ ; : rontrac-t fioni his date. Daniel D. Johnson the defendant
has filed notice of Intention '
, of all kinds to produce buv !I. nonresident defeat and take to the ,
J.tJ make July 27th. 191JS.J25t therein named. a our weary way ,
sotf cracker superior. to Five-year Proof to elltabll.hclaim
or otherwise acquire and sell or otherwise T of the state of Florida and Is a
FRED what is charmIng.
to the land above described' before ADAM8ON.NOTICK scrap heap. Yet more -
JAX BISCUITS 122 of the
dispose products of such
resident of Scotts Bluff Nebraska, ..ndth.t
Clerk of Circuit Court. at Klsslm-
cakes, cookie*, etc.Utt j A XAsky.urd.aI.rIer.ns packlnfT or canning" factory or factories he In over the age of twenty-one more splendid more dignified t"t.
: mean, Florida on the 26th day of Au- .
house packing houses old that has
pecking or '
; ADMIPI8TRTOR yeara; It Is therefore ordered that said a gracious
*n tit*wrapper*. gust. 1115.Claimant (For ag
to subscribe for purchase, receive,
name a. witnesses: non-resident defendant be and ls hereby the bitterness battle and
Investment 'I
hold for or otherwise
X sell own and dispose of and make advancements Clement T. Sullivan. of Loug-hman, la C..rt of C..t. ....... State .. requIred to appear to the bil of quietly watching the game of life
: Jag Crmm Wk.. Jan. Fla1? I .stocks shares bond securities Florida. Fl....... Oseeola Uenaty. complaint filed In said causa on before . interest less intense than it
upon an' no
or obligations of other corporations )Hosier O. Hancock of Louchman. In re Estate ofPeter Monday the 4th day of October i- -
whatsoever wherever located. Florida. Qullas. A. D. 1915. otherwise the allegation had part in it? .'\

originated or engaged In or pursuing ,V. F. Sullivan of Louirhmnn. Florida. Notice Is hereby irlren. to all wbom of said bill will be taken as confessedby But these warnings.-what ar they

any one or more kinds of huslncRR purposes Charles B. Lamb of Loughman. Flor- It may concern that on the 4th day of said d"f"ndanl and what are they for? The pliancyof r
When or objects Indicated herein or ItlIL September. A. D I shall apply to It In this .order
furl". order.dlh..t .
: you buyBREAD Violdlnir nnv proper! v of a fly kind I nien- RObERT. DAVIS the Honorable: T U.JIM judge of be ,.. on. four con- the arteries and muscles gradually
tinned herein or any corporation. own- I 30-Ot KeKlster.1XOTI4 said I tourt. as Judge -of probate, for ,erutlv "e.kl In the Klnnlmmee Val- diminishes after man has reached his
InK or holding stocks' or ohIlIeRt\on.t\ of final I discharge as administrator of the Icy IjHZetttf, a newspaper published In physical prime. The strenuous exer-
any such .orp"'Rlion at,.!. while t herwners estate of Peter Clullas. deceased andthat 8ald County and HtateThin .
K 4>lA1>MI :M TU ATOIl tions of the thirties and forties over-
< or holders of any stocks bonds at the same 1m. I will present to llltli day of AuKUnt. 1915t .
" or ohll..allon.I to exercise nil therlirhts. For Final l)l.ek.rKC.loart .> the said court my final accounts asadministrator (,- Seal(! J. 1. t OVKHMTHKKT: tax the fifties and sixties. The headaches -
< + and privileges of I. of County Judve. 8ta<. of of said and ask 11 that
powers ownership Clerk Circuit Court. follow long continued and
Fiori.' ..
'tf( for their approval
thereof and to exercine all and tRV'lS O'HKVAN.
any voting powers hereof, to sell In re estate of John Pierce! Osceola Dated March 4. A. D, 1915. Solicitor for Complainant. hard thought are warnings against it
: ; ) Ask for the BEST mortgage, nub-let. pledfre hire I leaseor fl I N. C BRYAN. 3 4 They are warnings that the prudent

: ? convey the property of this corporation cON ) loo Is hereby given to all whom ..amofor8mo1 Administrator man heeds. The Hardening of the eye
or any part thereof nl will and 1may conCern. that on the 20th day NOTICE FOR BIUI lens for
calls for the Thewearied
to Invest the proceeds at pleasure and of November, A. I) 19U, I shall applyto ( Ol HT OK COUNTY rest eye.
I ti: We Intake iL Every Grocer sells it In such manner as may be determined the Honorable T. M. Murphy judge IN NT4.TK. OF KI.OHII .tUHI Sealed bids will b.. received by the brain resents the overtax put

A bv the bv-lawa, to conduct any part of said court as Judge of Probate, for 4)M'EOIA C'OINTV lioard of County Coinmlniiloners of OHre.ola upon it. They are among the signs
of Its business and to have offices and my final discharge a. administrator of County. up to 10 a. m. September which unheeded culminate
sucf) places In titeend the estate of John Pierce deceased; Estate of Erwin II. llrldireai, 6th. IflB. on Uanollne or Oil Tractor in the sudden
I i: ,: ; ; BAKERY \"h'erRIRt'\ :. or ..I n"u'i and that at the same time I will present I.N I .' IM hereby Kivi-n.; to nil whom Engine of about 30 horse power or 15 lapse or the broken blood vessel
: ,0. K. ns may be requisite or necessary for to said court my ffnal accounts as concern that on the l lth( day Tractive borne power provided withdraw In the brain and we it, "a stroke..
the carrying on of said business or furthering administrator of said eatate. and ask of mal A. I> 1 1918, 1 Bhnll apply bar attachment so arranged the cal .
"" I. the needs of said corporation for their approval ti> Honorable T M Murphy. Judge road machine be drawn on the It is the beginning the prematureend
}; I" \ said necessity tn be determined In thndiscretion Dated May II.: A. TI.. 191& of as <*t>urt. AH .ItldKe of I llolmte. for sltlu of roadhlle., Tl actor KiiKinvmovei that might have been
and Judgment of the hoard W. B. CRAWFORD.Administrator.. toy final ,dl"'h"r" H.B Adminillrltioraf the center of road for postpne
; nf directors; 10 receive payment for i the, estate of Erwin H Bridges, deceaned. along years.
'" ., capital stock subscribed for in monev 2Z-26-IO-54-S8-4J and at the ..""e IIm.I I will Itidut. to .ov..r engine and draw bar These warnings have a cause. Theyare
\ or In property labor or services at a present to ..II,1) Cunrt my nna8".mnla atta< hinent Bet up and dem- sufficient they
are a
in the dtacretlonor of sat,! ask oitatrated at Kisstmnee.l Florida nay dema' ,
j'r: FreshSalt just valuation thi-refof HS Administrator f state ''Ud
{: Judgment of the hoard of directors; 0'1'11:111 FOR I'l HLICAT10 for Ihtlr approval"d I break the practice of years and con-
: to make contracts of any kind whatsoever August 2nd. 141R The Hoard ret-erven the right to acI'ept sult the doctor, the specoalist. and
for the furtherance of Us purposes 1)perti..t or the Interior V. 5. La.dtiffle. A J.). IPUOIKIHT.' or reject any or all bioS follow his advice. These t
: t, : Water Fish or buslneaa Including agreements at UalBesilllv. Florida.July 35-1 m r mo AdmlnlMtrfttor E L. IES.EY.Attet't signs are
or contracts' between the said 1?. 1BI.1. Chairman many. They come in line with our .

.f :A corporation. and lndl\'Iduiiln or other Serial l No. HCMrT NfeTK'R OK ': i" i.'U-"TOIC J. L.. OVEH4STUEET. Ciwrk. 34 41 greatest overtax.
'orporallol1a I In any of the lines ofhitnlnoaa (Vor Kln.l )
Daily The breakdown of most human
of this corporation to do nny Notice Is hereby Klven that WilliAm

I. ... to be done for the who on January 12, 1910 made Homemead NOT"'I *
v or propi Klorldn. Oseroln County.In from physical and
of the of thlHcorporation Entry No. 06307. for S',4 of NK'..'' exerion. most worries ,
fin Dierance pur pom H re Ealate of of the I.C..rlor. I' 5.
AT 503 BROADWAY or for carrying Into ,'IT..etIh. NKU of SK 'i Section 21. niul! :NW'! ',4 ofHV '\\nlu-r HaBx Sr Office. nt nlnestllle.. Florida, JulyZ4 are comparatively unimportant -

r t' powers her, I tn Kranted >4 ., H..II..n 22. Township 24 South Notice I.. Ir.hy given to all whom ida. details rather than about gen-
Hu ,, 2M KaMt Tallithnsneti Meridian
ArlIHe III.The It that the twelfth
may concern on eral policies and Old
capital stock, of the corporation has filet] notice of Intention to make of D."cpmber. A. U. 1916. I shall apply Is hereby given that Byron : princples. age 1
: J, PHONE 50 .hAII\I be one hundred thousand and Klvf-veur Proof to establish claim tf> In the T. M. Murphy. Judge A.Nole."". of L.ouKhman. Florida.. who when necessity activity -
on. lilt) flollnra. to be dl\ Idt-d Into onethouHand of tbe I Inntl above described before Clerk or said IonorRhl.. Judge of PrubatA. for oil March 30. 1914, maile HomesteadEntry. , should concern itself with generalities -
Circuit Court. }
at CiaaimmP'lnrlda
share of the par value of AdminIstrator\ of the No for Northwest Quar
my dIscharge A. ; and leave details
J dollara. each which sal 1 1i on, the 2nd day of September 1916. 1226fiT I to youngermen
hundred 26
A. ROBBINS one estate of Bans, sr.. deceased; ter. Hectlon I South
i',a pita 1 stock nns' be pAhfor\ In cash Claimant, names, as witnessesThomas : and that \'AI..r .. time I will\ present HanKe 27 East Tallahassee l..rldlan. who are in the midstof the fght
": ) of
: : { :" or In property labor or aerIcon at a ward Ivey Orange Center. to said Court my final accounts has filed notice of Intenlon Ths world is going on yon I
,. just valuatIon 'to be fixed bv the directors !heron ldKen.;, of Center Florida as Administrator of said estate and ask Three-year Proof to cal" to it will
Orange are
f "" of the company at a meetingcelled for their approval. the land above described .. CI..I'of you gone. Probably
for that purposeArtlrle Court at Klsslmmee go on better and smoother than when
t Dated June 12, A D.
I.1 I : IV.The ,J I.. Riles, of Orange" Center Florida.Ernest 181.HENRY '
',t ., term for which this corporationshall : J. Keen of Orange Center 26-o-a-mo-lmo( Administrator.. BASS. Ida.Claimant on tl\e 9th names day as of witnesses September: 196. you were here and fifty years will

t exist shall be perpetual Florida Richard of LoUKhman Fla. work a transformation that will make
Galvanized Article V. \U( ROBERT W. DAVIS. W la..ln., of Loughman. FlorIda today look like the Middle You '
f 81-5t Register IN CUK I IT ( 01'HT STATE OP KI.OR- Henry Ages.
-'" f The officers of this corporation shall lIlA PIE'FTIU .JliltlCIAI. <'1H- are not essential to the world's I
,. ;, ( be a President one or more VlcePrealdenta. f'I.T. 08CK01.A COUNTY Harley J. Rhodes of 1.0u&hm"n. progress
: .. Corrugated a Secretary a Treaswter. and aboard ORDER FOR IN ('IfANCEitYHides Florida. I. for it will continue without you
of not less than three nor more (' Pare of Loug-h-nan. Fla lust the same as if you had never exIst. -

than nine directors The office of Secretary ClreKlt Ceort State of ...1........ Seventh : and Flat and Treasurer may be held by ..."' 1..1 Clrenlt 4> Cenntr. nlnlnnnt T* you owe t
nnv other officer of said company The Winifred V. Reep. Complainant Jasper M. Bailey sad Mury S. Bailey, sty in it as long as you can and
board of directors shall be selected at 'vs.Kdwln Uefendant.It . NOTICE FOR BI.ICATION-; to keep yourself as fit as possible to

SheetsAnd the.. held annual In the stockholders(Pity of KUslmmee.m..llnK..oh. Osceola la: L. Reep Defendant. appearing stated cause by affidavit that' filed Jasper In theabove M. .f tke Interior IT. X. Land do your part, to boost as long and as
Caaneery. 1..rt.C
County. Florida, on the third It appearing by affidavit filed In the Flalley arid Mary S Bailey the defendants :.I (>alnes llle. Florida July hard as your best physical and mental
Thuradav in January of each year be- above-stated cause that Edwin L. Reep. therein named are residents of ; 1515. condition and natural abilities will
All Forms of Metal ginning \In the year 1916 the defendant therein named Is a nonresident the State of Florida. hut are concealingthemselves "
Until the first annual meetIng of the of the state of Florida, and so that process cannot be. Is hereby given. that HarleyJ permit. a
stockholders and until the officersabove li a resident of Singru. Upoer Burma, nerved upon them and that said defendants Rhodes of Lou Roofing mentioned are elected ana qualified India over the age of twentyoneyear are over t the age of twentyone on November 19. 1911. made Homestead The of
c at the Hrst election. the officers of ; It I. therefore ordered that said year; It Is th..ror. ordered that No (01221. for NV4! of NIh',4. SK average wages 125,000 work-
the corporation shell be:* nonresident defendant be and I. hereby Bald defendants be ,and are hereby required t. of NK 27, and SW % of ing women in Chicago are less than
Tucker President ; E. I* TjeseyFlrat) required to appear to the bill of to appear to the bil of rnm NW "i, Section 24 I ALL SIZES AND GAUGES Vice-President: W. A. McCool. Second complaint filed In said cause on or be- plaint filed in said cause or belore 27 East Tallahassee MEridian Of the
I 17,000,000 In
PROMPT DELIVERY Vice-president ; J. Wade Tucker Treasurer fore Monday, the ; ; C. A. Carson. Secretary: and J.Wade A. J.915. .oth.rwiae.tlte alteration Uk 1915 otherwise th. allegations of Proof to establish claimto the Unit States only can
:: Tucker. E. L. Leisisy, W. A. Mc- of D'l d bill wIll be taken a* confessed aid bill I will be taken as confessed by I the land above described before keep _
,, -, from the largest and most complete Cool, C. A. Carton and John J.(. Hughes, by said defendant. said defendant.It Clerk of Circuit COUl at Klsslmmee. atord lerant.

r i' stock in Florida. directors, Th. stockholders halt meet It I. further ordered thatXhls orderbe Is further ordered. that this orderbe f on the of September. Every femal propery owner ifv
: : : In the City of Klsslmmee. Osoeola published one a week tor eight published once a week for four con r..ld. Bronxville, ., allowed
County. Florida. at the office. of this conaeoutlve week In the Valley Qasett ecutlve week In the Klsslrnme Valley name a* witnesses r vote on the question" changing t
:; : :: .i Florida Metal Products CO. corporation on Slst of Auvust. A. n. a newspaper published In saIdcounty Qa ette. a newspaper published In Byron A. Patten of Lougrhman FlorIda name of that town.
IftlS for the. purpose nf adapting Hjr- and.*tate. said county and Stater. -
laws end completing. the orcaalcatlon. TbU June lIst A 7). Ti. list day of July' 11. : Qavsln.; of Lu..hman. Florida. Miss Pauline Siebnthl a coed at' .
8(550( ? EVERGREEN AVENUE of this corporation. .1. L 'RltmET.. ( 01 SealJ.. L.. the University '*'
FLORIDA Article VI. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court OvERSR1E. Henry W. Stark Loufhroan. FJor- Indiana recently"-
KSONVJLLE. The blithest .amount of Indebtedness c. m. BOBINSOW B. T>rumrlaht. C. a world recr she' >

.......A .:' to which this, corporation: ahal! at any. Solicitor for Complainant. J7-H J J Solicitor for Copl-Ina"t $-&I Ida ROBERT. ,W. DAVIS. eai feet and n Inch nut Jjr 1\

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tl I ;:.r (It 10'AT;, AUGUST; ii 3ilS'; ; THE. KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE 1 'f'rI i'! &'

rc isSt. .spent with her'cousin'. '. MeL:. ,.Waldo, called on.. ttr\: and Mrs.. buy' McClaln King, Solomon told 'by that." th. wood,'but -It'.:iias'1'ound' wli! "tM. .

: and f.mUJ'.at Bartow. Sunday afternoon.' : "Well." said the tII..yor..J'Ou haVe doctors,operated tor",,.ppef1.....; '
Cloud: ,Kr.,,and Mrs. James Donty! and Word waa received from Joe Harvey givens good description or .all. .the : 'w.I .
Department family 'plan 'to return very soon to In Utopia. Florida, that he: has cards but on. I Miiwinkee( ', .Wla..JoNph Gilisltt .Is':

h -.,-, > -? New .Foundland' with their Infant beene'quite.Ill with malaria fever. ,What Is that?" the "oldest scoolboy. U. has'Jos*

.//Ir'. '" daughter, on account: of. Mrs. ., pentr's. Leslie Hay went to Pumpkin Center "The KDa .." ,said the'm&1or.'' turned sevent -two andIs.snq of tM.)
. .. ', health. Saturday, where she' will teach. _"'L.wll'give your honor a description best scholar fn the engineering course.)
.' .News. and Notes of the "Wonder, Gty"" From Our OWn 'l" school.., ; v of that,: to. If you will ,nor be of the continuation- school .

SpechJ'Correspondent t' :.. ..... .. .. . .... ....... . Ben:. Lawson mad.1"a business angry:! ; ,' ---r- ( r

P 'r- .. - O trip to Orlando last week, "I wilt not," said the mayor. "If ;Bessemer ''Mleh-W)1' ) ''Andrew; y
: 'I THXTRMAN: CITY y Mr. .and 14..... Smith and Evelyn'called you do not term,me as the knave.t Lapp! .and nil family returned home'

8.:'' W.. Porter.:' planning' a neWlbuilding 1 about' seven miles from' town and % on Mr. and Mrs; We'horbeee "'Wellsaid the soldier. "the from a call at one of their neighbors r'
; Monday afternoon. greatest knave know of Is the
constable groun4where
on Pennsylvania avenue, be- arrw0U'pleased< with conditions they found a huge hole in the : -,
..; tweet Tenth .anaEleventh, streets f Their new home Is complete they are Mrs 'Thomas Drlgger spent f/A. Rosier Lawson. went to Tampa who brought me here." their home bar been 11
1 week-end with her sister Mrs. Jy.f Wednesday. "I do not know/ 'said the mayor, The ground' had given and the:
0.0;;, M. Dunne, of Klsslmmee, and In t' a best of health and happy. They : away
: Bronson. fM "If he Is the greatest knave, but I house had dropped into an old abaft I
.'Roy>> Taylor'of S\. Cloud, went fiahingf own ten acres,
Miss Ruth Acme has reunited know he Is the greatest tool," 200 feet 'deep --
: .
''I i InLatte Alligator Tuesday. Theyft C. H. Morris and daughter, who recently g..o..O. :
Osh in to St. Cloud to make home after spending two weeks with "When I count how many spots In --
caught thlr .na fine a. very came AN OLD OLD YARN. .
1 frlnds and relatives at Campbell.Mr. a pack of cards I flbd S65. as manyas
shortifmerL Fish In Alligator Lake their future home, have rented the
0 OO there are days in the'year. WhenI .. ... . .... .i. . .. .
., A. F. Bsss cottage and will begintousekeeplng and Mrs. Wade Lanler spent i
% How a Soldier Made a. Pack < ... 3C.W.
count the number of cards in ,
Friday with his people. Mr. and Mra.Ike a ,
\. Miss Lulu Phlpps and mother went soon.
O of Cards His Bible. OO
't'; to Orlando yesterday on a business I H. C. Stanford, Roma Thomas and Lanier, and Mrs. Lanler called O pack I Ond- there are 62. the numberof ;
', on Mr. and Mrs W. C. Senslba. weeks in a year and I find four GRIFFIN i; !"
s'' trip.. They returned in the afternoon. George Gardner from Klsslmmee, Mrs. James Bronson and children ... . .. .. .. ... .. .*-...3+4' suits, the number of weeks In a ..
of'Fredonia visitors.
Michael Riddle were among our Sunday k
,! .jKans.; is inSt., Cloud loklng around Miss Marie O'Berry and EebertLu.k and Mrs. Thomas Driggers visited A private soldier by the name of month; I find there are 13 picture! .
'I( lor'a location. Gus Smith and Miss Lenore their sister Mrs. Lamb at Johnson's John Orton was taken before a magistrate cards In a pack, representing the Staple and FancyGROCERIES r'
Island Wednesday and Thursday. recently for playing cards dur- number of months in a year; on
It you didn't see the sand-oil work Richard. were over from Klsslmmee
grossing you' missed a golden oprtualT. -. for a dip. in the. lake last Sunday I Mrs Stephen Acree was a caller on ing divine service. It appears that a counting the tricks I and 18. the :

: to become enlightened on I night. i Mich'gan avenue Saturday. sergeant commanded the soldiers at number of week. In a quarter. So .; : ,
a of .the most talked-of subjects I Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, of Klsslm I' Master Cecil Bronson Is visitinghis the church and when the parson had you see, sir, a pack of cards for a '.

f, mee, was among the guests who met aunt Mrs. Lamb at Johnson's read the. prayers he took the text. Bible almanac and common prayer

The''' people from Klsslmmee Just with Miss Ruth Wylie Tuesday after- Island.Mr.' Those who had a Bible took it out book.-Natlonal Tribune. Free Deliver to all Part. 1 '" .
McPherson has received his but this soldier bad neither Bible
can't( keep away from our lake and on. These ladles call themselves nor .. . ... . . .. . . .... . of the CitJ : ;
a don't blame them for we can't the Sewing Club but we haven't new spraying outfit. common prayer book; but pulling I!: ,
we Come the water's found out anything they have sewed Miss Martha Acree Bas returned out a pack of cards he spread them ODD BITS OF NEWS O "', '.y unn.
ourselves on over
w home from Ike Bronaon's. where'she before him. He Just looked at one ;'.
Sine all and to *
for spare.j
: and room et.Mr. ,
; j" tte,.-1'4'101' with his red car was Meeker wife and son, of Nar- has been assisting.. Mrs. Bronson with card and then at another. The sergeant ..00. ... aee..... .oo. .e e .e .
Cloud visitors Tuesday her house .ork. of the company saw him and : r'
!' ,.' stuck In the mud Sunday on Florida oossee.evening.were St. Mrs. Bass has been staying here said: "John put up the cards; this Bangor, Me.-Hal Liasenbinn, a resident ... ... . ..... ........ ...' .:.',..

.'f'1: avenue. 'Roy is developing quite a Miss Melissa May, of Atlanta. Ga., nth her husband the past week re Is no place for them." "Never mind of this city, who had been missing I
.muscle these days for he often has to for several day. wall found 'TILLER ,- .a'
e'' arrived Tuesday morning to visit her cuperating. Mr. Bass is clearing that said John. When the service
lift his car out of the mud. .sisters Mrs. Ollie Harris and Mss land for d. M. Taylor. was over the constable took John be- to the waist in mud near Stillwater
.( '* .The bridegroom Archie Thompson, little May on Jersey avenue. James Bronson has purchased a fore the mayor. apd unable to move. He was nearly Real Estate Age c'as '. :
;!' and his bride, took a ride in tbe raiDy"t" exhausted from lack of food and . . .
Monday. They didn't seem to know There will soon be a new two- two year old Jersey heifer of Walter "Well," said the mayor "what sleep. ---.................---
tory brick building erected on the uutfey. I have you brought this soldier herefort" and ioU '* r
It raining. Realty bought j
folks east side of Pennsylvania avenue between The bridge at Edgewater has been .
of St. Cloud Winder Ga.-The McKleduff sisters
large party -
Houses rented. X' .
repaired so that autos can now
time Friday night Tenth and Eleventh streets. go "For playing cards in church." hold the record of this I
state for
a delightful
The plans and blue prints are all in 1 to Southport without much trouble Tap paid and Titles vsrilod' r'
member of tbe stay-at-homes. With their fattier
lake. A large I
"Well old soldier what have you
the rains have made the
although '
ano approved and work will not bedelayed. '
Sid Por- settled the land for non-residents.
1".11&4 b party whose name is ,, roads very heavy in places. got to say for yourself? they on which Is now I "
got cold feet and backed out. part of Winder in 1836, and have never FiN Life and Accident Insurance. "-
sir I
S. W. Porter Is putting this fine "Much hope. ,
Hurt Baxter left yesterday for up I been ten miles from the place nor I
( Va., for a visit. structure and will have bis offices . .. ... . . . ... .. "very good if not I will punishyou have either of them ever been insidea .f .
Arthur Morn wife and baby have In It. The top floor is Intended for 0 OO more than man was ever punished. railroad coach. Indemnity Bonds, /
: bachelor quarters and will have all .
$ gone out.west *or' a Ove weeks' vacation. .
\'", modern conveniences.Mr. I 00.000..1..00..0..00Mr. "I have been," said the soldier Muskogee, Okla.-Frankie Lily, 20 al ,
returned froma
;v Forest Knott. who is about ten Porter recently "about six weeks on the march. I years makin fortune
ars 'old is quite an acrobat. A trip to New York and Pennsylvaniaand and Mrs. Funk Dwight Funk have neither Bible nor common pray- teaming in the oil ftelda The heavy .
him no doubt imbued larger ideas of and Mrs. Guy McClain made a pleas- lifting is done but w". lelous little dog tried to bite edbooks. I have nothing but a packof by cranes, the girl ". .
business and this new building Is ant trip to St. Cloud where they drives her team and is said to be ;) '
j1 yesterday and the boy turned a com- cards, and I will satisfy your worship on.
plete summersault over the banisters he result. visited Mrs. Cope. of the purity of my intentions," of the best "horsemen" in this section landing in the yard ,about four feet We hope that Mr. Porter will soon Fred Harvey spent Saturday and and spreading the cards before the of the country.San '. .

below. He wasn't hurt. Neither find it necessary to enlarge the structure Sunday in Orlando. mayor he began with the ace: ..

i' was the dog for St. Cloud keeps growing and A card from Miss Irene Hilliard "When I see the ace It reminds me Francisco Cal.-The Pan THE .. I '' .
Mrs. Dorothy Cashbaum and bus- her business men must grow with states that she arrived in Palatka that there Is but one God. When I American Medical\ Congress is madeup .
band left last week for a tour of tbe her or get lost In tbe dust.C. 0. K. and is having a fine time. After see the duce it reminds me tot the of physicians who are brave men. PRUDENTIAL .J'. 1J

north. They will return in the fall.A H. Morris and daughter. Sylvia visiting there several days with Father and Son. When I see the They are trying to stop kissing. Dr. I IHAS THE A5if "ernI
letter from Clyde Edward. says lorrls, have purchased the lot on numerous friends and relatives she trey it reminds roe of the Father Son E. F. Otis, of Santa Domingo the 'STRENGTHOF F
s, the weather is still bad In Michigan he corner of Fourth street and New will go to Georgia and South Carolina and Holy Ghost. When I see tie for tuberculosis export, says it would be ,
him. York avenue where thy will erect a where she to make far better for sweethearts to GIBRALTAR V.
and that Florida sounds good to expects an spot It reminds me of the four 1' an- greet
g'' He and his family will return October nice cottage. These people recently extended: visit. gellsts that preached-Matthew, each other with a gentle slap on the
1st. came here from Grafton W. Va. C. H. Funk wife and son, Mr. and Mark Luke and John. When I see cheek instead of the embrace and a

a Mrs William Russell spent a About twenty-five young folks con- Mrs. Guy McClaln. Nellie and Ira the five it reminds me of the five kiss. The doctors accepted the hand-
couple of days last week at Cypress Istlng of the Golden Rule Girls and Wetherbee and Mr. Whltchard were wise Virgins that trimmed their slap kiss as their future rule and it
3 Hall the guest of Mrs. Cass. ome of their friends had a delightful entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner last lamps -there were tE'n. but five were is believed they will be alone in their

Mr. Rlggan Jr.. was showing his evening at the lake shore near Saturday night at the home of Mr. wise and five were foolish and were misery

new auto down at Rest Haven lastS the gun club grounds last Monday and Mrs. Wetherbee. shut out. When I see tbe six It reminds -
r Towanda, Pa.--Mrs. Luella J. Packard
night H. C. Llghtsey returned from Geor- -
Sunday evening. me that In six days the Lord
: M..r O'Mera spent Monday after- They roasted welnles, played gia Saturday night. He nays the made Heaven and earth When I see 64 years old swallowed a stick .
nearly ten inches long and is dead. E. C. VANS AGNEW;:Ante ,:
: ori with Mrs. Cass. games and sang and many went out peaches were of a splendid" quality the seven It reminds me that the She had / ,
... Mr. McABee Is doing some needed In boats on the lake. bin. year and that his employer" ship- seventh day He rested from the great no recollection of swallowing Valley Gazette hiIdla.: -J t \ ,

'f. pairs. He is putting In new porch- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson acted ped 368 cars during the season. work He had created and hallowed It. r ,.' '
and inside stairways at the old as chaperones.The Lloyd Harvey spent Sunday In St. When 1 see tbe eight; it reminds me r "--c' W

",I enney place now called Cypress Golden Rule Girls sold Ice Cloud. of the eight righteous persons that ...:,,* ,' .. ,; t b.
''f ";;, Hall. cream lemonade and candy at the Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Story visited were saved when God destroyed the ?
1j; Mr. Phlpps and Mr. Cheeseman ball grounds last Thursday afternoon.; a few days with Sam Story and fanily world viz: Noah and his wife with :t'I- '
$' and friends went to Klsslmmee In They took In $6.25. The money mane Mr. and Mrs. Dan Smith and Mr. three sons and their wives. When I fl

t 1 their launch Sunday afternoon. made by these girls goes to the Chil and Mrs. McClain last week. see the nine it reminds me of the nine Trees With Capital Surplus : :;,;J a

:> ,. Mr. Cellars and party picnicked dren's Home in Jacksonville whichIs Ben and Claude Barber were call- lepers that weer cleansed by our Sa : ,
.at.the lake one day last week. They one of the most worthy charities' ers at the Lawson. home Sunday afternoon viourthere were nine out of ten

report. a fine time. The Golden Rule Girls always deserve that never returned' thank. When I
Edward Sheridan, the little grandson our support.Mr. Mrs. Smith and Evelyn called on see the ten it remlnds-me of the Ten and Undivided : i;( i "

I of .F,. Rath, is slowly improving and Mrs. Fall have returnedto Mrs. Hilliard and Irene Thursday' afternoon Commandments,. which God handed Profitsn r j :
, Y.i' .1.after- a long-Illness. down to Moses on tablets of stone.When /\Ii.> 1:r. ,I'I 1',',"., t a'"Ju.t
It.l \, */DeWlld; and two children ofgrrived'Thursday their home in Sllamore. Ark. This Aaron Story went to St. Cloud I see the King it reminds me 4". ., 'r'' .. ,,,,,',..,", '<
town is 28 miles from the .scenesdescribed jI.v '"
i .ksonville.'Fla.. Thursday night. of the King of Heaven. which Is God 'f' 1'\1\\\ ; ,;: ,
's:: In "The Shepherd of the I r, 1.,' 1'' '
".r: ening to visit her sister Mrs. Florida Hills." Mr. Fall la acquainted with James Miller and wife*, of Klsslmm'ee. Almighty. When I see the QueenIt ., I" .. ' r' l .': .',-;. "'4. ..,y,!f' ,
\ '" :r Theobold of St. Cloud. old who Is described visited Mr. and Mrs. Wotherbee reminds me of the Queen of Sheba, ordinary trees mar be compared _ '. <, ;. i }
l q d The L. T L. society of the M. E. In the the book postmaster named. a week ago Friday. who visited Solomon; for she was as company with only its original capital. It has .. i!."'ifM. '
; churcb will picnic on the lake front the star Nellie Barber was the guest of wise a woman as he was a man. She not been augmented by the profit of foresight '. j, r"" 'c' < ,
The Misses were
,k r'1'! on Friday. Dimmer entertainmentgiven Edna Harvey Sunday. brought with her 50 boys and 50 or business acumen, nor diminished by ditsipa- '
\ Mrs. O. N. Penn Is 111 at this writ- entertainers at tbe Sam Barter was taken to the hospital girls all dressed In boys' apparel for tion, lack of thrift, or losses .
In the G. A. R. hall Tuesday '
I! Ing. In Orlando where he was operated King Solomon to tell which were (
night Evolution means something. There ia _Uy '
f Eugene Bryan one of Klsslmmee'snromlnent upon last Wednesday morningat boys and which were girls. King .
i} business men was In St. A. A. May of Knoxvllle Tenn., Is one o'clock. We are glad to report ;aolomon: sent for water for them to
'Cloud on Wednesday.Born visiting hs sisters Mrs. C. W. Harris that he Is getting along nicely. wash. The girls washed to the elbow and plants. t

to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fish.Tuesday and Miss Mltty May of St. Cloud.He Lonnie Hughey and Aaron Story and the boys to the wrist so Trees that have been brought from the lower '.' 'jJ,
10th, a boy. will be here only a short time. saki t 'PM'
August ordinary type to the higher types may be
: of Kisslmmee. was Miss Melissa. May. of Atlanta Ga., .
A. S. Nelson to have accumulated a surplus. ;'
+ a St. Cloud visitor on Tuesday.J' the sister of Mrs. C. W. Harris and f.O..tOf... .OO tt, tttt.t.OOI..0 OOO.06 r tt,
C. H. Morris of Grafton W. Va., Miss Mltty May Is spending a week Our trees by the refinement of the process of

has purchased a lot on New 'York In St. Cloud. Miss Melissa' spent a Fair bud selection, and by perfection of our nursery '. I' tfa
(=" avnue and will erect a bungalow. week at Atlantic Beacvh before comIng Play Market practice have not only the capital and the

Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Porter will to St. Cloud. She is a charming surplus, but undivided profits which you may ..J ,.

hiI have charge of the New England young lady and we hope she decidesto I The Place Where You Always Get I share i.
I/* House during the absence of Mrs. stay In the Wonder City.

t Chase in the north. Good Service and Good MeatsFor Send for Our Catalog ?. ,
t The Prlscllla Club will meet with X>.4"."W". V.-..oo.o.o.oo*0

johnson at her mother's
Mrs. Harry
rk borne on New York avenue and the O LAKE HAMILTON 4 Your Sunday Dinner 'Select From These: that you may know these reAning, type betterment ", .

,e lake front on Friday afternoon.Mrs. YOLK COUNTY Florida and Western Beef profit-making qualities, and bow they are
0 O imparted to the orange and grapefruit and
: for. Frost New York left Wednesday where she evenIng will. ....0. . ... . ... . . .. .. Florida and Western Pork other trees produced not merely grown .;

visit her daughters and grandchil Mrs. A. Splnhorney yesterday afternoon Brains, Tongues, Frankfurters by't

dren. entertained the ladles of the Hens and Nice Spring Fryers

Mrs. Chase left Saturday morning Women's C'ub at a party in '-onor Raw and Boiled Ham, Veal Loaf bLake

for Orlando and Jacksonville where of Mrs. J. R. Mosnat, of Belle Plaine, Bologna Pork Link Sausages '
she will take the boat to New York Iowa. Games were played and the ft I :

, and on to her old home at Falls Vil prizes won by Mesdames Doan Ram Sausage Meat, Hamburger Garfield NurseriesBARTOW
lags COnDo She expects to return say and Hosmer. Delicious refreshments Hams and Bacon, Pickled Pigs Feet ,:

ez here In October.- were erved.
r+' J. W. Sylvester started Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lew and family Fair Play Market FLORIDA 1

, tv, last for Virginia. Mrs. Sylvesterwill have vacated the H. 8. Alloway
I Join him as soon as he is permanently house on Lake Gordon, and are now
located. occupying the hotel here. Mrs. Cold- 12 Darlington Ave. Polka No. 245 (

I '1I: s'' Will Drawdy. of Whittier was In well who has bad charge of the hotel .,

town Tuesday making many purl for some months, will also remain

chases of merchandise.Lee for some weeks. "
'a George Edwards returned from The new addition to tbe schoolhouse CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER t

a two weeks 'trip in west Florida is nearly completed. This ;
gives two. rooms and two teachers
Friday.Mr.. and Mrs. Newt Edwards entertained have been ngaged for the coming Summer Excursion Rates

at dinner Sunday. school year Miss Katherine Lathamis ...- MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES

Roy Vandenberg is taking a vacation to teach the higher classes, and .
this week and Monday hey Miss Lottie Craig the lower classes. $31.50 $33.00 $37.75 $43.50 .

( went to "the woods where be spent School will open here early next Louisville Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago I :t

a half day digging his Ford out of a month. It is expected that the attendance ... ........ ... ....... ... ....... ... ...... II I "Dodsoi's Urn Tom" Starts Your :
r k will make an actual average low rates to all other Great tains. Canada. Boc.-lr7l1cNDt&Iu. Yellowstone.Salt I ;( c,
bog.Roy Vandenberg and Harry Todd of about fifty. Last year the Lab California Expositions, eta laformation address Bitter Tbu Calontl aid Yra Dual ,l .

I. gave a dance last Thursday night to : first year of public school here the H C BKETNET,FbtU p....-... Af .t.LastoriUe sal NashrfBe RtOeaJ,
their friends. They had a large I actual average attendance was thir U4 West Bay Sir**. (lei Ws H7).Jacatssnflb. FbrUaBLACKS'ONt lest a Day's Wort '
%i crowd and a good time. May ofourKlsslmmee I ty. This is not bad for a town onlya "t

1" ..# friends were present, couple of years old. )
\ : Liven sluggish liver?
4a: !kt'' were the Misses Done- A meeting of t' e Commercial Association up your .
'V -among-whom COLLECb GIRLS 8 Una and cheerful make your work: .
Richards last Saturday evening decided I
;ri ," }< ,Mrs.vAultman. '.Egbert Lusk.v to call a meeting this week. jSfu tion. Bus take 'JMI nasty, da '
One Smith Ed Roberta and-seteral Saturday. August 14th. to reorganize E.asbHiheA h1 rmcuilr ot SSI Bttsaestta, Cros* SOfiomrd calomel because it makes yon sick !!

others whose names we do not the association elect officers and States. Accredited4S7 Virginia ...... you any lose a day's work. 1
i...! ; the local branch the of Ed_ Hsu.smeds of gntd- \
''know. /Joy. was nnconflned. take over ; Calomel Is mercury or .
'.h "_ ,The dance was at the Vandenberg Farmers' Un'on. which. has disband yeses aow w--... Siee pays cbaurgesifey which esuses nserosis of the if'"I I ;
; pa'YWoa'oDthe' lake front where. so ed. There Is considerable work forthe d -10 Dep.rtnsag..$300.. Ia'OI&I I Calomscrashes' rate sour bile ''
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KI'" + f' 11I&II.004 times are bad. Commercial Association: to do atthis dynamite, breakteg 1..Po That's w. ,

;\( Mri; .and f Mrsv A.:. :Rothwell and time. ;-, ? ?" Lea 'sTlf:: Sctoolfor: :GIrU 1 la .V- rgWae yen. feet& that-awful -.....and ....., : ':
board of trade was organised at I : r Ust. to..1 If wart to eaj
from Toronto A you
F' who came here ..air .
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;J'{ en Mai .ante rW sal fine sewed. .
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". stands months ago.-were intown' Dundee Tuesday: evening.. '. 'I tAr nicest fsnUset Uver, nd
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kit Ii ;:settled on the shores.of,IN Lake Gentry. Jacob,. dw r poD} '. >i' .1' f 'Ii1 I .

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Men's Suits and Women's Ready-to-Wear ': Suits At Sacrifice 'Prices

TC> CX..C:>SE: C>>'"CTT C>"'CT srrc:>o '

To Close Out Our Entire Line of Men's Clothing and' Women's 'Coat Suits, 'We Are Going To Offer Them To rl'

the People of Kissimmee I and Vicinity At Prices Which Will Make Them the Greatest Bargains .. t

We Have Ever Offered t .1,1.

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Men's Palm Beach Suits Blue Serges -and Worsteds Women's Suits and Skirts

Aaaorted Size.. Genuine Palm Beach Cloth Suitt. in Natural Entire Line of Blue Serge and Fancy Wonted Suits for Splendid Aaaortment of Women'. Ready to Wear Suiu

Color and in Blue With for Men i in Assorted Sizes and and Skirt. in Varied Cloth. and

Pin Stripe. Ab lutely the $4 48 to $5 25 Odd Troutand eri, .11 Wool Solid Color OC fn 3"O) <>/ Off ::- AllRe ular 25 to 50 oft>> Off

. ,J replar ,7.50 Kind. Fancy i Strip*., to Be-Closed Out at t .
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:: These.a. .&al.ces: GXT1a :fec"t d. y ..A.-ag"l1s"i: : 14" }

: And will continue until whole stock is disposed of. Remember the whole line must go at these ridiculously .low f"


figures to clean out every suit we have in our store. ,' "
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Will BE SIX MILLS By DR. J. Y. PORTER State Health Officer.

l \ : KISSIMMEE AND MELBOURNE County Tax Assessor Barber liasreceived 14 Head of Good Jersey

i; from State Comptroller i Shade is essential to perfect health Union. From these there is ample Cows; One Lot of Nice

.' Knott the state tax 01 III age for tbe | in Florida. choice in which may be combined the Jersey Heifers Also a
: : present year's assessment. The state A good many enterprising developers utility that conserves our physical
IMXIK HHJHWAY COMMISSIONKKVOLI] >I) MARK KIHSIMMKK' : THKHOUTIIKKN mlllage will be six mills an Increase I of suburban residence properties health and the beauty that touches our Complete Set .of Dairy

I' KM) OK KAMOUH HKJHWAY'H \\KSTKHN: HOt'TK of a half mill over last year. appear to hate a tree with a cordial artistic natures. Fixtures

i I\\, AN1) IK illS IDEA PKKVA1LH: TillS CITY WOriI> n K THK: This mlllage added to the county hatred. Getting possession of a new Coining for the first time into a
mlllage will make the total state area for such development their first"improvement" city or town the visitor gathers his
,i. lr! MOST IMIHMITANT POINT ON TillS IUHJTKI : and county mlllage for the year total I is to cut down every initial impressions, good or bad, from Kissimmee Dairy
bit of natural that shows
.. growth the or absence of trees and
!. ) 26 1-2 mil's. County Assessor Barber presence I
above the scanty grass, as if it were flowers. Well shaded streets an'' A. M. STORY
will now be able to complete bla are Prop.
8. A. Belccer. one of the Dizl Oxford to Halt>lgh . . . . 184.6 pollution. And by and by. when pretty invitation to remain. Bare stretches
tax rolls after wait of month
aver a
Highway commissioners for Florida, Raleigh': to Fayettevllle . . 61. a bungalows and homes stand out on of sand suggest a short stay. From
on tbe state officials. '
IlL In favor of bringing the western Fayettevll'e to Lumberton . 33.1 the landscape they discover, or the surroundings of the railway station

'"II) bqtWh of tbe Dixie Highway down Lumberton to Cheraw . . . 60. Kenlowna, B. C., school teachers i new home owners discover, that the seen through the car windows, one instinctively
,,'\ through Fiord to Klsslmma and Cheraw via Harts le to Cam- have been put on three-quarters greatest lack is shade. Then they proceed draws conclusions as to

,'., -- thence to the East Coast by way olMelbourne. den . . . . . . . . . 71.7 Marriages are contracted very early pay. I to replace what misguided judgment the character of the town and its peo
...1 This route was approved Camden to Columbia . . . 32. in Persia. destroyed, and -takes from ten ple. Vistas of shaded drives approaching I Want Ads. [
ed tbe Oentral Florida Highway Columbia via Alken to Augusta to twenty years to get back what they the station cultivated flowers

association as a loop connection with . . . . . . . . . 77.3 Over 1,000,000 of the 2,760,000 started with.A carefully tended, call for favoring
.\ tbe . . 30.7 well shaded residence lot is worth I and
main route running on through Augusta to Waynesboro women in New York are foreign-born. comment compliment. The stations
Klsslmmee to Polk county, thence to Waynesboro to Savannah . . 101.9 ten to fifty per cent more than the I along the Pennsylvania Railroad

Arcadia and across to Okeecbobeo Savannah to Brunswick . . 77. One of the leading retail stores of same lot without trees. north from Washington illustrate the DWELLINGS for rent apply to M. *"
and then to Palm Beach, it Is argued Brunswick to Jacksonville . 99.5 Kansas City has a credit woman. I But there is a distinction between I point and what can be done along the Tiller.
that the latter route passes for Jacksonville to Tampa . . 264. pro per shading of a home and a dense Jersey flats 'Vnay be done more easily ,
undergrowth of shrubs and bushes.
more tban a hundred miles through Baltimore has a woman "Jitney" and quicker in Florida. STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 :

swamps and saw grass land and 1 Is Total . . . . . . . . 121 4.9 driver. foliated The former trees rises to in protect the shape the of second well Florida railroad managers would do I for 1.008. Cabbage plants at J U.r. ,.:'

Impractical. If Mr. Belcher's Idea story windows and the of well to pay some attention to this I, Peach plum, pear and cherry tree .
prevails Klssiramee would be one of I upper matter. It might be accomplished by at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light
the house, as well as the lower part.
the most important points on the j The latter covers the ground keeps It offering substantial rewards to station foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. ':
highway and the value of the shortcut : masters along their respective I
route to St.'Cloud which was defeated MIGRATORY BIRD LAW damp ovides and musty and unhealthy andpr lines for the best kept, cleanest station FOR SALE-No. 6 Oliver typewrtteT?

in the bond election last Saturday a splendid breeding. place for and- surroundings, emphasizing the nearly new. Price $40; cost $105. ..
would be emphasised. mosquitoes. cultivation of trees and flowers. And Apply to. S. H. Bullock.: .tf
A careful balance between shade
Speaking of Mr. Belcher's position, and sunshine is most to be desired. in these efforts the co-operation of the FOR SALE-Lot ot second naid furniture j.

the Tampa Tribune says: GOING TO BE ENFORCED Excessive exposure to the glare of the be artistic enlisted.people of the towns' could well --beda, springs dressers,.1

That S. A. Belcher, of Miami, and summer sun, especially in Florida ehairs stoves, etc.: also a Jersey
0- W. Saxon, of Tallahassee, Florida brings an undue tax upon the nervous The matter-of-fact utilitarian mayacoft mUch cow giving 8 gals or more
; I Commissioners of tbs Dixie Highway system. We seek: rest in the shade, ; at the proposition, but it would per day. See J. E. Rush, City. S2tf
Association: ,'-'will 'make separate re. SPORTSMEN WARNED THAT FEDERAL REGULATIONS FOR not in the place where the sun's rays be on* of the most effective advertisements
ports of the association on August 20, PROTECTION OF WILD FOWL MUST BE OBSERVED beat down hard and hot.Vegitation that could be bought for the FOR RENT-Bix room modern cot.ta ..-
regarding the western route .of the absorbs carbonic acid money. Nature and natural beauty e. cloa.-; '12 perm. : E."
Dixie Highway la Florida Is believed gas: from the atmosphere a gas that is appeal to us all. The sacrifice of nature'a E. Wells, Heal Estateance. and -In ".
injurious and in appreeiable beauty hyrts, if it does not even 104 Posslcl Ave.
her t' result of recent quantities ( Inn).
as e correspondence Washington, D. C.-With the approach I tin Illinois also protected until 1918. disgust us."Trees .
poisonous to animal life. This action
between the two commissioners ' of the season for shooting I Shooting prohibited between sunset ,
open SALE Two
of trees in clearing the have three distinctive boats; one :
atmosphere values 86101
copies of which are on file wild fowl, the United States Depart anl sunrise; or at any time on sections of this noxious I 18 H. P. T. & M. engine on,, 1/11/
Is if Their ;
strong, especially not commercial worth
gas more: ,
with Secretary U P. Dickie, of the ment of Agriculture is warning of Mississippi and Missouri
upper foot long, 4 H. P.
in the vicinity' of large pine for their value to the health of the com engine, will sell
Central Florida Highway Association. sportsmen that the federal regulations rivers after January 1, 1915. ests. and that cheap; also one pair large mules.
value which
amended October 1 1914 will be Season munity, appealsto
as Open for Migratory Birds in H. W. Thurman.
There is another part that trees the aesthetic sense. The two latter 22-tf
Under date of I 6) Commissioner strictly enforced. Some misunderstanding 1915 Under Federal Regulations .
August and
vegetation play in our lives, which frequently if not
usually, are sacrificed
has arisen from the fact that
Zone No.2. FOR
Belcher wrote Commissioner SALES OB, TRADE for horse
appeals to the aesthetic side of our and forgotten when the and
Saxon that be was opposed to the the various state laws do not always I I Waterfowl, Oct. 1-Jan. 16. Exceptions natures. Florida has a larger variety book value is satisfied. It's an unfair wagon, one* 2 cy. Bulck In good

route laid out by the Central Florida conform: to the federal regulations. : Delaware, Maryland, District of trees than any other state in the I use of one of Florida's biggest assets. condition good tires; must sell or
Highway association: for the western This is regarded as unfortunate, but of Columbia, Viirginia, North Carolina trade at once. A. M. Jones. P. O.
in such cases the department must nisist Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana Box K-Isslmm
branch of the Dixie Highway lnvFlorIda. - - --------------------------- ------------ ill. _. 7tf
upon the observance of the federal Nov. 1-Feb. 1; Florida, Georgia, South
Mr. Belcher suggested as a regulations. Carolina, Nov. 20Feb. 16; Missouri, onstratlon work, as It is carried on DR. J..A. TROVILLION FOR RENT-Furnished flats. Apply
counter proposition that the western In the state, is really of the best
branch of the Dixie Highway go The department will consider any Kansas, Oklahoma, Sept. 15Feb. Ii; methods of getting Instruction one to the Specialist in at the Oazette office. tf
Arizona, California Texas Oct. 1ST
recommendations submitted in ,
: good
straight north from Oeala and farmers, because the farmer CANCER GOITRE AND' TUMORS Volt
Feb. 1.Rails. engaged RENT-Modern five-room bun"
faith for amendment of the regulations ,itff'
Oainesvllle Into Georgia without ., In this work under any agent Is Cure them wIthout cutting g-alow In the heart .
but will hold no public hearings Coots. Gallinules: Sept. 1- of Kissimmee. ....
touching Tallahassee, and to> come "
: will it amend the Dec. 1. Expetions working out the demonstration right them out. Inquire at 106 South Vernon ave. '
thereon nor regulations : Tennessee, Utah ,);
no further south than Klsstmmee I .
on farm. .
prior to October 16. 1916. It lathe Oct. 1-Dec. 1; Missouri, Sept. 15-Jan. ORLANDO FLORIDA Due "4-tf
tbence cutting across to the East The idea that Dr. Seaman A.
purpose of the department to conform 1; Louisiana, Nov. 1-Feb. 1; Arizona,
Coast bad In mind when he established this FOR SALE--Small iron safe, at tb*
the regulations to the wishes of California, (coots) October 16-Feb. 1.
Says Plan "More IMrvct. work In Texas more than twelve -- oaiette ot ee. tf
the majority of sportsmen so far as it Woodcock, Nov. 1-Jan. 1. Excep
Mr. Belcher's excuse for this stand can be done and at the same time give I tions: Delaware, Louisiana, Nov. 15- years ago was to make every farmer MANY SEE MIRACLES *:' BARGAIN IN REAL
to bis letter is bis ESTATE
according opinion
wild fowl the necessary protection. I Jan. l; Welt Virigina, Oct. 1-Dec.: lj: own the Instructions Two choice .
lots In
that the route he mentions would be and supervision of the resident section -

"more direct." and thus preferable ed Federal States into regulations two cones.divide Zone the No.Unit 1, I Georgia Shore Birds Dec. 1-Jan., Black-Breasted 1. and county: aceD t. That Idea Is being carried IN GEORGIA of for Sanford. ..jplorlda will be'sold
to that outlined by the Central FlorIda Golden out today to the fullest extent $500.00. Communicatewith .
the I Jacksnlpe, Yellowlegs
breeding cone, includes the states Plover.: Box
Highway' association. In reply: Sept. 1'Dee. 16. possible. The fanner, undertaking 378. Klsslmmeee Flor34U-
of Oregon Idaho, Colorado, Nebraska Exceptions: Florida-
Sufferers Rescued After Ida.
Mr. Saxon bas Informed Belcher Swiftly Hope
Mr. Iowa Georgia, South Carolina Nov. 20-Feb. tbe demonstration work under the
Illinois Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania Had Faded and Long Treatments
that be believes a serious mistake and New Jersey, and all states 1; Tennessee Oct. 1-Dec. 16; Arizona- county agent agrees to take an acre
Failed. FOR .
would be made to disregard the work north of them. Zone .No.2. the wintering California Oct. 16-Feb. 1; Utah or two, not more than five In any OH EXCHANGE- ,Two
of the Central Florida association cone, includes all states south (snipe) Oct.: 1-Dec.: 16 Utah (plover case and produce one or more of the Sufferers all over the state of Georgia good houses well located, worth
oa account: of tbe fact that this association of those named. The regulations prescribe and yellowltgs). Sent. 1. 1918.Inaecti.erou staple crops that be grows on his have found a ready deliverance $6.500. or might exchange for
Is a large and representative I from the ills of good land, owner being a Kansan.
: Masons as follows: : birds protected indefinitely. farm under the direction of the agent, stomach troubles peculiarly
body of citizens and tbat If Its Open Season for Migratory Birds In Band-tailed pigeons, cranes, working the balance of the farm common in the south. Also have an excellent stock farm
I recommendations: are turned down 1915 Under Federal Regulations swans, curlew and smaller shore birds along the usual methods. In this Remarkable stories of health regained of 600 acres located on lake value,
the good roads movement Is 1'kely to Zone No. 1. protected: until September 1, 1918; way the farmer has an object lesson are told by hundreds who have $18.000. will take $10,000 In good
be glvea a serious set back.: wood ducks in Kansas and West Virginia. right there at borne ot-what it means used Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. It Kansas Ok. land. Full particu.
Prominent members of the Central. Waterfowl Sept. 1-Dec.: 16. Exceptions rails and wood ducks in California to adopt Improved methods. It a remedy with a record. The first lars to interested parties. Nelson .
: Massachusetts Rhode Island ,and woodcock in Missouri dose is always proof to stomach Realty Company.' lU-ltpd" "
Florida Highway' association are now i : are Tbe work of seed selection: has all any : "
Oct. 1-Jan. 1: Oregon Washing also protected: until September 1, 1918. sufferer who tries it. It is quick.
at work In an effort to get Mr. Belcher i along been stressed In thU work and
ton Oct. l.-Jan. 16 New
dahol ; Jersey, Shooting prohibited between Here1 are what two users : Very Is
sunset say fascinating the
to change bis views, but whetker it would be quite an Impossibility for quaint ,
NOT. 1 North
1-Feb. ; Minnesota Dakota and sunrise; or at any time on the REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro, Ga. close-fitting of Scotch ?
cap outline
they bave any cbance of success is I South the farmers of any county to attend :
Wisconsin Sept.TDec
-"I Just the
river table.
Mississippi between Minneapolisand escaped operating completely covered with taffeta
not known here. In some quarters In a body or singly In. any one place roses
I Memphis, after January 1, 1915. where the demonstration farm Now I can eat what I please. I would in a deep shade of beet-root red.
Mr. oppos'tlon to the western was ,
., Coots Gallinulcs Sept. 1- be gltd if everybody suffering with
route as proposed by the Central i being conducted and get the prao-
Florida Highway association: is reKardftd i New Dee: 1.Hampshire Exceptions: Rhode: Massachusetts Island: Aue.l ., :. ... ........... .. .....,: tlcal lessons necessary In the selection remedy.stomach"trouble could: learn of your.
as a desire to turn everything -Dec:. 1. Connecticut: : Michigan. + FARMERS' OO-OFKRATIVE of seed corn or seed of any of SALISTA THOMAS. 65 La France: -
own tbe East Coast to tbe detrl- New York, Long bland Sept. 16-Dec. :+ DEMONSTRATION WORK tIN staple crops that be 'is growing. St., Atlanta. GaI have taken your
,' Jment of other sections of Florida.I I 1; North Dakota. Minnesota. South This In itself is one of the strongest remedy five _k.. It has done me .

1; I Association to Investigate. I Dakota Wisconsin: Sept. 7-Dee. 1} + By C. K. McQUARRIB arguments for making the farmer much: good. I feel like I hardly know CUB SO. F IJ ER.

" f '". : 1\ .': Should two separate and conflictJar Oregon. Washington', Oct. 1-Jan:'18. i + State Agont + a demonstrator on his oWn farm. my strength-my appetite is fine."
\ ,> Woodcock Oct. 1-Dec. 1. Exceptions Mayr's' Wonderful
reports be made by' the two Com- : : : : Remedy gives
-V ;i'' ,1 ', )'""' ,. l mlssloaers. it 1s believed that tbe : Connecticut: : Massachusetts :.... ..0..0.. .. ......: Canada has three policewomen: ; Toronto permanent results for stomach, liver
. I New Jersey, Oct. 10-Dec.: 1;.- Rhode Island. I with two and Ottawa with one. and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
t) -t. -Uxi Highway Assoc'atton will do
' NOT. 1-Dec. 11. Pennsylvania, A great many Inquiries come to tbe an u' ,(.. .::-II 1 aMO.-.Investigating on Its own ac0o I.onlf Island, Oct. IS-Dec:. L.J./ office of the state agent of the demonstrat'on It U claimed that women are drinking tress after eating, pressure of gas in {
!,' 4 iigo over.the route carefully' and Shore Birds) Blac&Brsasted: : work regarding the agent to a greater extent than they the stomach and around the lieart. Insurance that Insures
; ejund po* sentiment. If tbls Is Golden Jacksnipe./Yellowlegi in the county having a.demonstration .used to. Get one bottle .of your druggist now ;".. : (
Plover. : 'I. .
.... Is doubt that tbe --. .
done' ;'there4 no .
farm of bis own la the county so thefarmers and try it on aa absolute guarantee
route chosenby: :: the Central Florida Sept l-Dee..1O. Exceptions: .Maine Women will be barred from .
Massachusetts. 'New W, Hampshire could visit that and get if not satisfactory: monay, will be re, ''Protection thatofects
:Hlchway..lIGclaUOD' "will be boxing boats in Wisconsin in the
: pointers along th. line of funded J.CHICHESTER J. '
Rhode Island, Long ..IslandAugvl&: crop pro- ..
; the opinion of Secretary pickle Dec: It. New; York, ,'(except: Lone. b4 auction Instead of the'agent vlsltng future.. ,., .. ; \, "
Jk'W. Secretary' Dickie_has secured: data ,the . .. .. .. __.. .
the clt'es land), Sep... 16-Dec.: 'Is ? Minnesota farmer..t Mfa.. .... Yoa Need general Tonic v.
te tOQ''the':4'.tance..betw..n'' North Dakota,.South Dakota. Wisconsin When on* u.leS.\hla suggestion *.'? ;, Talc OrovVsr. -' }.,:l s. PH.LS ... ,I. -. ..
the Lee and -
which proposed > ;
through ; It .
Sep..7-Dee. It Oregon,'.Washington -: Is.found to be perfectly, Impractcable' < '
;tTfae> Old Standard Grove's Tasteless -rt: '
.. :'would and bas BHBAI Bk '
high pass J
;Jackson way Oct. 1-Dec.16. > # * ecau..tb..eoU In *TWr "
COUnty 'I
every "
chill',..Totiio is equally,valuable .. lor '
: for:: Information. ; a .. A"l .: u ,
;." prepared' fbe-/ollowlng- ;,Insectivorous bird. prote t ct Indefl'', ..varied ,and,cllmaUo conditions General :Tonip because: itv contains the 'rll" .,; IpAKI ,
.' J/t'"XT! _:> > nitely.: '' Band-toiled *,pigeons,/cranes! ;and,' other factora>enter'ln. ell known toUe ... 8I" "
':" >\7 .: Fro4ereek'barl' to'' curlew' smaller shore1 and make; a.,.delDon..l'Iotioniann..on"nJ' propertleeof ) ) ? S1 '"- *? f KIssIMMEE. :,' FL I D.\'::
.swans .
birds !
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