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 20, 1915
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00712
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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(, < .SECRETARY PRENTIS. OF BOARD CAN ARRANGE FOR SCHOLARSHIP We believe- ye are publishing a newspaper BUYER, FOR/THIS.yw..u.CONCERN*r" HAS PINEAPPLEG'ROWEaST: '.'BENL-', '. "n

(f;.', '"J' [ ;OF TRADE GETS NOTICE OF ,AT UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA which merits the'auppo.rt' :jof each and everyone ,SrENT.SEVERAJ;.WEEKS:HERE PIT/, BY NEW. SCHEDULE'OP'' ,
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.fi. ', .;/ IN', ATTEMPTINGTO GET AD- UNDER AN ACT trust that this issue will-prove? .to those who .OF THE STOCK-. 'AND .1'FRUIT}'WHEN''':SENT. TO '"WARi; ., ,

:t:y q 4 VERTISING FOR SUPPOSED PASSED AT'LAST SESSION OF WILL SUPERINTEND SHIPMENT KETS BY'-W1tTER"ROUTE. FROM. J.

.. ,.' KOUTE.PUBLICATION.. CEGISLATURE. are not on our lists that they should become regular NEXT "WEEK, ,lACK,,'> '.,SONVI.. LLE. ;, - U'I; ..
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Information has been received that It is more than likely that at its The Valley Gazette will be sent to you at the Two thousand head of cattle off the The'.Florida' "Grower and: Shipper.. 'i.
w;parties are trading upon-the name of prairie of Oiceola county, '.will go Leagn.w0rlasadoFl.,, announce receipt -*
', lithe Dixie Highway Association in the next session will the take board of the county matter commissioners of- small price of f 1.50 per year or {1.00 for six north to the Cudahy Packing companyat of recent advice from New York',,

L preparation of a guide book in which scholarship up in the agricultural months. Kansas City, from Klislmmee next City, office of :the Clyde Steamship!i
awarding a -
merchant along the route are being of the University of week. Thee Battle will' go In two Co- of Intention of,that companyte
1/I asked to advertise. Notice has been Florida.department Let us have your order. We will do our best I train load, one on Monday and the make) a reduction of. 4H.' cent per
sent to, J.'W. Prentis of the crate carload from ,
Secretary the last session of the Legis- other about Wednesday or Thursday on pineapple, :
,fJ Kissimmee Board of Trade, that'theHighway lature During an Act was passed which enabled to please you. I. The cattle were bought from a coterie Florida to eastern port; namef y'i New' *,' "
: I' association has nothing to the commissioners of each of the cattlemen in this section Yorn; Philadelphia, Bo.toni.rall.m..r l"
.:;.. .j 'do with this publication and that it l. and .Providence establish and maintain
to trainload
county( a The first will be furnishedby
\ i1 not official In saving to the Florida v and
Secretary ,
grower
any way.
scholarship in the University of Florida and Canon Cat r
*M'i' I Lesley oY Bas the
! Prentis the letter of 1850 minimum
i sends to the Valley _ shipper $ on a 'car
of for ,
College Agriculture one tie The second trainload
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Gazette with the following comment: company. of 800 crates. The league ill without.I't
VKissimmee./ Fla student from that county. will be filled by Roll Bass and, Lesley definite' information '. to" the.
it Aug. 18, 16. exactdat
Jjttssimmee.Valley Gasette, City. The scholarship will amount to BAND TO GIVE BIG BUSINESS COLLEGE TO A. Bass. the change in rate*'' will be made "
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? .; '- Dear Sir: I am this morning in re- (128.60 this fear. It covers board and TM purchase of the cattle Was made but It ill known that the tariff department ,,
i..%'.' 1 ceipt of the enclosed 'communication lodging at the regular rate. The by Charles W. Runee who represent. of the,Florida line,are now arranging ' ;
;'.t; v'J,from the secretary of the Dixie High- student is selected by competitive ex- EXCURSION MONDAYThe ENTERTAIN FRIENDS the Cudahy company. for publication of the new + Jjj

1It i /"'"* way Association and it gives'informav amination and the commissioners are The cattle are' said to have broughta rate, which will be. from Jacksonville, : .. i I !:"
to hold the examination. The scholar- ..
t;: lion of real Importance to the mer- good figure. follows: __ *
7' S sq chants 'of this city who have already ship entitles the holder to a full Kissimmee Concert Band i* arranging )J. C. Ansted president, and W. H.Dawes t. New To k.. ; .,...a 0 4 1 j '9wU, per, I::"
.; i been canvassed for assistance in such course of instruction in the Univer- for a moonlight excursion on vice-president, of the new Cen- In connection with' this shipmentfrom erats', ,J. ,f, ''
; -1.;) publications a* we are asked to avoid. sity. Applicants must be eligible for the lake next Monday night. The boat tral Business College of Florida which Qsceola: county which i* the third 'Boston, ma.. MH cent*'p.r crate.. "
f "" entrance and must sign certificate Lillie has been secured has succeeded the Kissimmee Business .
.} yYour kindness in printing this letter a and a numberof this season, one having gone t0 the '. '
rJr ,. in' full will doubtless be beneficial andbilhly agreeing to engage in agriculture in barge will be attached! in order to School will celebrate the enlargementof open market In St. Louie' and anotherto Fall r Rlv.r..M.I' ". cent- ,'per: W
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.\ appreciated Florida unless unable or otherwise handle the crowd, similar to the the school with a free entertainment Texas nea.Bouton crate. a'.f-; ; .MJ 4 btr
;.;... a company Providence. t..JIi''cent., *. ... .. ,
r V erytruly your disqualified. method used for the firemon'a excursion on the evening of August 81 and the following article from'- -Arcadia ' ILl -' .r"J k
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crate.
The Act is designed to enable some which proved such success. extend a cordial invitation to every ., 7-
will
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J. .PRENTIS. prove ; has &dYbed'
' ;' .k ilf' W. worthy who has not the mean There will be music on boar body to attend. I also been AI"
. irt.. ." Ii *. Secretary. otherwise person to get an education. All The boat will leave the city dock at The entertainment will likely beheld 'Arcadia*-The cattle industry of De- by the Merchant.A Miner Tramportation .; I'
t x ;. county commissioners have copies of 8 o'clock and return about 11 o'clock. in the High Schol auditorium, ar- Soto county
' .,. Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 16, '15. the Act and are acquainted with the The fare will be 25 cents and a largecrowd rafgementa.for which are now being feature every day... ,Messrs.' Seward ductlon.will..be.. made. In the rate-of- 'tf'M" ,
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cattle fame .
"J' \ Secretary Chamber of Commerce, Klsfj detail of the scholarship.In is expected., I,madeThe program will begin at 1:30 and hundred Wey,head of of cattle to, chipped the northern seven 'that -company: from JaekaonviHaBaltimore ... '- ,tit*; ...
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v and Philadeplhia.
; aimmee.-Florida. The band has
been numberof o'clock. The following havekindly
giving
iy a '
.....Dear..Blrt, .For. the protection ofyour .order to C. E.learn Yowell more about the fine concerts latand the one consented to give their person aervictr.Mt. market, which registered ,the,fourth : The league ha :been 'beaotta. } rag"
scholarship. superintendent train load in four week, and bespeaksfor : 'with the teamer line f "
or time.
*ome
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merchant and member of last .
;;i your instruction of Osceola Friday night was especially good. S. H. Bollock violin solo; K.MePhe1'8On
of public and of .
Arcadia asset .
vicinity an in ... endeavor to have the redaction
organization the Dixie Association solo ;
crowd Miss Toes Carson
Hlghwrfy Large came out to hear these vocal ; "
' :wishes advise that county wrote to the school authorities solo immense proportion and one that I* of: 4 Mi cent s JlU'crate apply on pine; $r\
: : to you letter concerts and their applauee chow how vocal : Miss Ruby Ellis, piano *'
;Ib ,, this association,ha not authorized and received the following : the band 1 I. appreciated. The boy; deserve solo...; Mr.. Dawe, reading; Mrs. EartLuttfer. &'t' WIn<<--Ja. ,the estimation off cattle Apple*. When thane oompaa.... at.. tho t
.. ::, :a individual or concern to issue a Gainesvifle, Aug. 14, 1916. all the encouragement that* .'readings T D7.Begero.tvioUa buyer from the north ...to the qualIty urgent recteat:rf''the league deetdroVto .'
Ou' took,of the Dixie ..Bisb..y.ti. Mr. C. E. Yowell Sop Public Instruction given-them and should-bestill further eolo and also a duet with Mrs. Bullock or South Florida tattle proving *uperlor reduce re'tarioad rate -oa dtraI ''J.

/ ./N .'ji. r tel thatit would be manifestly,. Kissimmee City;Fla. encouraged by a large attendance on ; G. C. Davis, TlollD'IOi0a And }Ir. to that.of the western' product.. fruit, consideration: !'fIll 1I'Ift11''
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. ,. .. -the'toarinC public, the ad- Dear Sir: Your 'letter c W August the occasion of the excursion. Ansted, i bumorou"'J'Mdlng.' ''TMextent of this -wonderful Industry the rate en' inesp.sls1p. : ,
,,.' :: . and!to this. Association to 18th to Prof P. H.. Rolfs Yks been m'\' J ?4n( PeSoto county :cannot be *'contended. ,that .....*...* !! e
\ referred to me.. The authoritiel of the .The great prairie> and be accorded the*
at thi* time ., ; eamj ratA a*
:" I iu.dr.fc.guid practically every county university afterconsultation and dis- TWO AUTO:ACCIDENTS NEWORLANDOROAD'/ open Umber land are harboring hun fruit,,and 'Utl ;artlon.of the ;la.5r.i( ft *' '

k : rk; or has the money in hand cnslon have made the following Inter- dreds of thousands of cattle living in states Commerce ,''''''' '
,it' Its section of. the' highway 'fok "-station of the meaning and ,intentof : luxury upon the vast resources that year* back 'In rz
; J; .'.1' inviting'tourist to travel the law - BUT'NO( ONE IS '.HURT I:, IS PROVING POPULARThe represent a great future' for DeSoto It further contended ).;:

' *' i a \1'' .kDlxie'Elgbwaybefon-next 'Thestudent shall have, finished-a .' ,. county. This fact Acknowledge, it 1* growers'' have not ., ,
: ; din that ctttle ,, In ,South ,
boasted raising
r ould result, in.the highway re- fouryearbigschool counties! competing In the eaetei. :. ,
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serious setback where there i* a senior high school Two i automobile accident .occurred new 'brick road>to, Orlando' I is Florida bas demonstrated to be Cuban pfa.apfi on h,

i ;'. possible*,for the present to hall have done work which i is. equfva.lent near 'th.'city', last. Saturday but/in proving popular with automobilists in advance of'any other; state in the vast difference fn the is'n' lIt

'., accurate routing of the Dixie to the work accomplished in the neither..* aDY'O'n. :.badly hur,4heoccupants and .especially .on".Sunday. Last I. not believed that tiv reduction s
', .iy, owing to the fact that there four-year high! school under the Florida of the car beine' merely Sunday therewere1' between 20 i- sufficient to"'overcome .the'.disability ." .'

-. I )Nveral questions of routing to be system"of, public education. The shaken up or Buffering from slight and .80 Orlando automobile on mentioned,' .nevertheless' myst'ti, .
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4 decided by the commissioners, appoint- scholarship shall be good for a full bruise the streets of Klasimmee and equally Union can claim. admitted that,what,has,been" accomplished

i ,>edbjr, the-governor*' of .the various.ffIU'"j course of study which is 'four full I(. McPherson, who has charge of as many from Kissimmee in the With these fact confronting the by the league will to some ex.,
terms covering four multitude of people throughout! the tent the burden of the Florida
year lighten ,
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: f]l';7 A. the Edgewater Farms and a party of Orange county capital. The road was dAy
"Counties which have no'' senior United States who are keeping in grower and shipper of pineapple to. "
AA.When the directorfeel .that the friends were en route to the city from alive .with cars all during the day,
when high schools will be allowed to senda and touch with the cattle Industry of this thou particular' tern market; .
such
:tt01earr1ved a guide.jbeokj the farms when in some the !going coming.
of high school, or manner country we point with pride to' the 'As .
official graduate a Junior recently anonnced the leajtu, ,
which ,wUl.'eontaln. only
.of his Ford
steering car went When the Osceola of
gear county part
has done work tent of our output a*"com- ,
a student who equiva- great per the'Florida pineapple Industry i* not
and accurate information regardinh i wrong and the car was piled up in the the road is completed the rOAd will
lent to completing the 10th grade. It pared with the shipment from other In condition due .
, a prosperous primal
and theUrritol'J' throughktravers ditch. .
<-, way ,.; can be issued so'IKbef'of will be necessary for him to .er. the I I thrown The out,occupants but of the hurt car were prove likewise even more popular. The roads points outside the state and the conditions ? lly to the effect: of Import, a* :well ** .
none was .
exceptfor proving a great thoroughfare it
t of that make
service to the practic/high school depa more profitable many obstacles which are encountered r
S z tho college for teachers and the a slight bruise or scratch. The for travelers from other counties than elsewhere. This 'wonderful industry In the production and it Is.the.i'nten-. .!, 1 ?h
I
d not Merely an advertising
: car was righted and found to be easily y
going through on long trip
": two( years of high school work ,ore has been brought, to promU tion of thi* organization to make\eft ,. _,
for private gain an -.
t. published compiled by the Dixie ho can enter the university anaVutke I repaired. After only a short dolay Orange county is now preparing tofill nonce through the untiring effort and fort toward :, obtaining substantial-, "'Ii; 1"f...'.,
h guide, the to the
party came city.
in the between Plnecastle and the '
Association' accredited the four years of college work. Whilein gap constant study of cattle raulng'by concession In u.\ftte'jt fotb.r.lat'9\ p .T
'P .a :will be own published. the high school here elementary I Nelson Makinson and his sister tho Orlando ,city limits. Tho water King Brother, Parker Brothers Sew- market. 1. ... _. /r .J' ..ii ..
.' \ Ve' ..."t Aatives. '.tlndly have your''I1ocal agricultural studies shop work. etc. M.iss Virginia, were the principals in pipes have been lid to begin tho lay- ard And Wey, W. W. Langf ord,:and* ":,:;.J',,:;;':;',. . , L\\' !4' ...... t>.....
on you andother the other accident whuch "
will be allowed instead of Latin occurred on ing of the cement curbs.President others. i '
," ,'the rI Interest efve publicity of th to Dixie this Highway matter languages, just as in a technical 'the road to Loughman. They were Copeland of the Alabama of cattle raising; CONTRACT SIGNED it ( ,

'. " high school so that he would be well also riding in a Ford which' turned Paving company which has the contract especial in south Florida, are remarkable oJ' :
vementT-t-Dixie"",Highway 4$* -. Association, prepared to take full advantage of Ii over in a ditch, but were uninjured. for the paving of the stretch of and I* gradually being tak- I '
The; he They were brought to the city in an- of well'a noted in- ;FOR NEW BRICK.ROADS 'i <
) V. D. L;: Robinson Aat. Secy.RUShGROWERSNOI the regular college course when road in Osceola county from the Kis en advantage a* ,
.1 % has taken these two< years of preparatory other car. simmee city limits to the Orange creas: of attention to citrus .fruits and ,). ,
high school! work. county line states that his company vegetable One'winning* feature
[ : J J4REGULRMEETING "Boys must be over 16 year of age will start to work upon the road just alone ia the climate which 'stands 'B. A. Inglls 'and 'J..'L' Copela 'o? ,
before they can enter the University! EXHIBITS FREAK IN I, as soon as Chairman Leslie of the highest in excellence. The climate 1* Birmingham.repre; enting' the\"r*Ala 'y+,k
of Florida according to the rules laid I board of county commissioners, returns so mild here throughout the winter bama..Paving company,'and also T.Ry::;
[ down by the authorities. and sign the contract. months It i I. not necessary to provide Gillesple. of the same company: were
Concerning: the examinations all GROWTH OF PINEAPPLEJ. I shelter for cattle for they thrive on In the city. )'e.terday.and signed the "'

r . ; r j that I I. necessary that the person giving the pasture alone throughout ''the contract with Chairman'.EL, L. Lesley;,. t ;)
'" '$'. a Cit Grower As- them be familiar with what a FLORIDA WILD GRAPE year. These men have spent year of of the board of county: commissioners, ..,
..4. .,'which.i i. affiliated with the'iVMldl student should know after having completed W. Thompson exhibited a freak study and research with a view to net for the building the brick road from .'
Citrus Exchange, hold a meet this week in the.growth of a pineappleof the the 'city limits of JClMimmee .to the ,
(.sr- the senior high school or if only raising beef cattle, but'to, ; ,
\Saturday at which order were thef smooth cayenne variety. The PRODUCES MUCH FRUITThe Orange county Una; there to d
ling last there is no senior high school after he breeding of fine cattle and we an confronted jointhe..
,fplaced for:,a;t number of .mall Items has finished the junior high school. In fruit is flattened and spread out likea with the fact that' there,1* brick road to Orlando:::. .,'i :ft:.r" r ;..

.. qulpmai>t such as ladder and pickjag -. one of the counties ,the principal of fan on which there are thirty-six not another section in this vast area ,Mr. Copeland .exhibited a telegramhe l' ,
'\ bags.letn '.,.dines .for. the the high school will cive.it. I would crowns; Valley Gazette was presented more adapted to the. raising'of. fine had sent to the Atlantic Coast Lin } 4
aeadonT/Xiv j l The pineapple wa grown in the Enormous railroad Mating that the,contract bad !. '
coming ; suggest giving the eramination of this week with a branch of Florida cattle than ill south 'Florida. a 'a
h." Communication* "wereread from about four subjects, for instance garden of. Carter Thompson In St. wild grape vine by Mrs...W. C. Ba... profit can be realised right herein been signed ;sand: the',.'company. "wast'ready : J : t
two>-other' large \ grower- pledging' &' history physical geography Cloud. The smooth cayenne variety The vine was literally full of bunchesof Delsoto county and la being realised to begin work a* lOOn a* .the 1 p,
\ ''fruit to the association. Many and al4einra, and so arrange- the examination i* laid to be the fined grown and I'etsiu grape which bear out our statement that railroad placed switches'at .'..'vMeridl' ,.t t '
ei were also received from other question that a student of Lame from the fact that the leavesare The fruit grew on a vine at the Lee- Florida has many special. advantage and the stock: pen near the new:;home"
IOT.JTO member and the aasocia- average ability may ,take the exami- free from the saw point whichare Icy ft Baa Canoe Creek ranch, whereIt over the North. of .Mr. Leslie, north of the-city.' 'Mr.. 2 ',

, e.now represent two-thirds of the nation In all the subject in one day. found, on.other varieties.COMMISSlJI . cover the whole fence for quite a There.are fortunes to be made here, Copeland stated that the railroai.bad ,<- f '
nit In,the county. #*+ The question'might,be;gotten from distance and has also grown up into a* have 'already been made, in this agreed to place the switches a* '8001Ia. -'"
The-matter.? of using,.lithograph la- sets''used in former year for teacher ATWORKONJHOMPSQN the oak: tree near by. The tree and wonderful those men the contract.was 'signed.j.V'W;:'" ,
'on,, the box .heads'instead of the examinations,, copies ;of, which could fence are festooned with beautiful who have' so diligently. labored' for '(
printed'wood heads was taken doubtless be found In :your 'of ce.. bunches of the .fruit. it* success. Every acre of this ,valuable Mr. and Jrra.'E'L; Lesley alld'fa...',.
er dvisemeatI .J.k Under another 'cover.L am sending ESTATE The Wild grape 1* too sour for eat. land still lying open to such Industrial lly returned Tuesday from Hinder-y P f'sonville

'.,. .. you a catalog which explain the ing purposes, but it i. said to be excellent .operations' mean untold N. C.. where they have been, .
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',Broacuxeia.; of Lakeland, who course offered and the' cost of board for making ellie. pie, etJ.Mr wealth to the investor. pending several .weeks. ,. Mrs.;:Lesley.:'
i'a trainmaster of the Atlantic Coast and lodging together\ witlj an ,estimate Sheriff L.. H. Ingram made a trip and children: have been in'Henderson ,
Jne railroad"" in the city: on Wed- of the expenses for. the school to Whittier, on Monday to carry the *. T. C. Watson who ha been vine for' an: extended stay;and were, "ldn
.iday,looking after the interest of year.' The ."regular .dormitory,rate? commission named by the court to par- visiting her mother Mn. IL C. Thomas WANTMILLION( HEAD Joined?tbere. by, Mr.,.Lesley; and son.' rt
'' ; near .St.. Cloud, was in the city ; ', LeRoy: from '", f
i companyi spoken' in Sec.' B'of the law (page tition the'estate 'of the' late Tommy they went sole ,::'}
13',in?catalog) .(. 128.60 per 'year, Thompson who died several. 'weeks Tuesday en route to her home In Mulberry where watch:the -of' 't f s ,
;, .Mrs.- Thomas acompanied iOFBATTtEFROMUS a'trainload/ot' Osceola,county,'cattle/( : >
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the scholarship : : !
is the .
which amount ,
::4 i {'GOOD';I* ) .. ....... gao.Th.. 'commission r .composed of Ri- her to'Kissimmee. *"' f ) : ( in.which.Mr.*Lesley was imteneted.i.lfr .
liUSiWElSS OUTLbbK gv* v8 : ; ; V- r- * i; 5* > ; ', i'.f I r .K*> *t
" j. 1 1 "; > ,*. ..'',* i trust this "give. you complete )information te1Godwin"A. F. Bass, Lewis,WhiddentVndgc W.. ; Robinoon thal'KiW .
i 7 Dr.. W.Carson and family moved 'i ,Helena, Jront.o..O.; O: ; rep- '' Katx> ,< proprietor': of) r \: ; t ;
,, G. ,F Kribb and Ed Ho- ,
and wish to ; ...
,Dulutti.MWnr--Good.times. .in on the subject : ,
; ; thi* week: front his'form.r".hoU14'VOftChurcb.'treet'.t retentatlvo of a,'larga'packing:company .toN..teft'.sU1\day"for. his fall trip to. : ; '
business.world:wa* the topic assure you that any otheti suggestions gan. ,,They/are>: now -at work on' thee.tate' wLt"sitt s ."
a :the, Smith;propertyon'Sumner ,.of Chicago. today, made public the eaater S: market.. .Mr Jab w :"
., ormallydiecuaed by delegate/+ w-ean.gtve-yoavwa: will .be',:glad" _to"IWbhlng'you ,preparing tell the.propert1'andh street- Dr. Carson regent- a copy,of a cablegram from Liverpoolsent d a big market: center ofIi hl '..' ..!'It .
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the- United',States,. do' *b. ::* ' i ,j, dlvido; the.proceod among. the '
e m all over '.. ly':traded ,hi* to' C. F. Fa to the Chicago office asking that more. PhlJad.lpbia'&Dd New York b rrit ;
. nre-to''attena' the, annual 'con.-..4 eueceu In your: .effort:; .i....,. M' II .. I'l f .>.', .' (or' the ldairy: fArm'propert7wbicbhe an estimate:made ;of. the cost;of about-three.weekX'.. ,';.;".;;- '1' .. {,'-;'" .. ,.
t'. vintion'of the'National:Assoclation -, J" am: ,':yoorxrnarjr' truly : \ :i. ;Ssm' Lupfer and.JImmie Miller lefton .'had previously,.traded'to-Fay for 1,000,000 head of-AmerUnux beef,feafctl t. .
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\of' .. 'motorcycle Tuesday Coronado property In southern Tennessee. Since delivered at LiverpooL -, -rj'\: ; very
J-< Most.of them declared the bu.0 j liliiVerna',, Foute,' granddaughter Beach.where they will.apend a week; that ttimEFay: traded the property toA. The order \1C.-filled ',geld;Rol fnio'iroaldrequirera"psym home on Beaumont a. } '
'i Hess'outlook brighter; than It.. .-r.t... Stn'ena'for .in 'Michigan ent-. 'ot about friend regret to '
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,_'/' II'A.- .' .. .. THE:, KISSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE '. FRIDAY,"AUGUST t0, '/1 !IS,' '

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_ i t the Kissimmee, Valley. Gazette need of success)but after the! diaadvantages --THE TICXJ'S 'TOLL ANDREMIyb I' ; ', ... < \JOJ

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of last season it is especially desirable that _: state Press Cam"it l ]j r H.Sa.ul; '

.......... -.rp .......7'. we get good' crops.and "good returns 'for The eradication 'of 'thei ;tick. IB 'essentialto '

l1a 7au.r Ute ......_ .u..I_ i1a.r them. the'development. of.a sound. agricultural I About Kissimmee

) .W.'." HARRIS AND .' CU.VAIUI AOHESW. Owawr. )Many are discouraged because!"of,limited, system la the South:. Livestock la.essential THE AMERICAN PRECEDENT

f .D. K. JfAVOUB. ..It_ .__ ...__ potash/supply,. ,and,>strange to.;.say;; are t6'.u h a system;* With the tick out of ,The Florida''Times>thdon' bye: : -; 'The' St. Cloud Tribmne discussing fhe \ ':

,.qa " ..k..H.tlraCopy. aat_. considering.ways and means entirely'.dif'' : the way; the South"can produce'cattle'tree Under all the recognised; .definitions, ''recent: bond 'election'l Ja ''Kissimmee_; "" ',
.. ( One Tear .__.._...._ .__ $1A0 there is' "legal blockade of:German '
;
V0 ? "'- from would no \ \ 4
ferent
1, .4 \J. ,One COPY. Nix Months ......__._.w.-... 1.00 anything they ever- have from.many of the handicaps,of:other,;BGC: rays' .'
the ;,On CopAThr., .. Month' ,r___""'.--_...____ f' entertained before, and on points that! do tions.. Land is still'cheap jand much of it port*::-the. law giyes 'ni:th*'right.to "Ali an Abstract proposition'if!is not, '4

. not difficulties whatever.It is Mil our cotton to Germany. Of course, advisable to call attention to'thein1, *} ;
Ali communications xc pt from our authorisedcorrespondent present any making nO money foe.anyone. The'pas ? j
L j* i *, must l>. signed by th. writer. is there : feed : w. have the legal.:right_,to'thlp' to: tak..'.of,'* .neiK'hbonDt'' cltr: for,een.' :::1.
Is
as though were an impulse to turn season long, can be producedat
RJct d.matter will not b returned unlen called consignee In Holland and BelgiumiJ sufficient Dumber
F for. tear all the ( minimum, cost and orally there are a / ,J
up guy ropes keeping uprightthe only inexpensive ,
( but England denies this'beca ..' of a of mistakes In one's own city to keep ,.4'1;
k 0' r (.eoond-clau Entered th matter.. TomtotOot) In Kl..lmm... Florid.. flagpole bearing the banner "Success" shelter ia required.: precedent accepted, by her under the I the editor busy rectifying
a* average
/ in.the excitement of seeing just one of them The tick, --however: sucks from. every animal decision of '%our supreme court This. them but the failure of the people of

: ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1915 grow weak, and it is despite the expression on which it lives blood that could be rule has not:been accepted as interna- I Kissimmee to vote bonds on Saturdaylast

r G> vJil' by careful thinkers of the opinion that the sold for meat or .which would' go to make tional law by any other power, but to build a bridge across the arm

' weakened stay has sufficient strength to milk. stands by agreement between the of the lake was a mistake of'such
BELC1IEII!: FAVORS KIB8IM.MEE
,. .' bear all the strain coming upon it. The tR-k irritates cattle, gives them Texas United States and Great Britain! ,The grave importance that we feel justified .. a de I

'f.. - Why is this If we throw all in confusion fever, and keeps them from turning grass' British lawyers, supporting the BritIsh in mentioning It.
/ S. A, Belcher of Miami one of the DixieH'
; ,
view against the protests of the Six the writer served on a
can we expect else than that pur and feed into flesh and milk. years ago
{ Highway CominiKHioncrH for Florida] instill president, state the caoe thus: ascertain the cost of
committee to j
r proud banner will topple to the ground? The tick, therefore, is getting a large
arguing in favor of his idea to make
As regards America In of
particular, the number
building such a bridge,
And when it in the mire of of
we see lying proportion every: pound of cattle fN'd.used it must be renumbered that the
\ the Kinsiminw to Melbourne route the during miles saved in traveling from that city
Failure, what shall we blame, the circumstances in the tickj.tegion. / civil war the federal states applied to I'
main route of the Western branch of the the Cocferedates blockade of to St. Cloud and the saving to the i
of the weakened The tick the enforcementof a great
guy rope or our by c6inpelling :
\,. highway. In a letter written recently he severity. The British government, although county in building a hard-surfaced '.;' ..'
said: own indiscretion? costly and annoying quarantines, addsto urged repeatedly to protest road paral1eUne the railroad track in

Our crops need the same care they have the cost of getting cattle to.outside mar-i against a course which many'cuthori-, place of the old cemetery road now
I maintain that the route should be direct I
i needed in the The i is kets.*' worth home ties still consider to have been-an unprecedented '
cattle less at
,3 aa possible and from the data we have past. European war Ticky are extension of the '''theoryof i in use. At that time the people ofd,
not influencing their requirements in the and bring less in the quarantine at Kissimmee unit for .'
it strikes me more feasible to take the route pens blockade declined to intorf.... It were practically a ;
least The war prevents our giving them the packing houses than free cattle. Ticky i. 'a matter of history that the effec the bridge and the short road and i
from Melbourne to KisHimmee Orlando
z as much potash as heretofore, but now that cattle cannot be transshipped and must go tive blockade was a'most material and what the reason for this changed of t',1
: Leesburg Ocala Gainesville and to either important factor -in the final victory
,
,
the question has developed all authorities for immediate slaughter. Free cattle can of the North. The policy of the fed.. feeling may be we are at a loss to
Live Oak north into
Lake City or going
unite in the assurance that the grower need be transshipped to markets where pricesare eral government, involving as it did-an understand. Certainly the people of a
Georgia taking the best road, which you extension of the then
methods to
r-acognixed Kissimmee can not be opposed
feel no uneasiness as to this. They do not, higher or can be sold as feeders. Ticky of .
can see is the most, direct and branching blockade, was necessary ifxthe building a hard-surfaced road connecting -
however, advise radical changes in other cattle bring only what the local packinghouse principle was to be effectively preserved. -
from this, I would have tributaries l leading that city with St. Cloud. They
matters.It cares to offer. The difference in
east and west and to the south. To crush the Confederacy, the United know that to build a road paralleling +
I is the steady, conservative'grower who price between ticky and free cattle runs
the railroad track will decrease the
This route leads through the representative States secured the assent of Eng- .I
I holds fast to established principles so far from % to 1 cent a pound, or f5 to f 10 aj '
part of Florida and by following it land to a violation of the law as it distance between the two cities at !

which is the most direct no one can say as circumstances allow, and who gives his head. then stood. Now that same violation least two and a half miles. They knowthat > '.

that the commissioners arc biased or that crops every care in the way of tillage.and The lick kills imported pure-bred stock must be accepted as A precedent for fifty vehicles pass over the road

1'a favoritism enters into the choice. spraying, that will succeed. We are obliged and thus makes it hard for the South to denying a market to the cotton of the every day, and that means one hun- ,

.'1 to try the experiment of using less' potash raise any bill scrub cattle. The banks do South while the other sections find a dred and twenty-five miles farther of ,
This route can easily be tapped at Kinfiimmec -
but let us not take needless chllnt t'''. not like to lend money on cattle in the market for their products, having already travel, the use of ten gallons of /gasoline -

:'i. r with a road to Arcadia or Fort If, for financial reason, HOIIIC of us must,,ticky Country, although they an glad tohelp booked orders worth fifteen hundred and a half gallon of oil by the i
: well from and
: i Myers as as Tampa they can millions of dollars according to autos that make the trip over what f-A
. apply ]less fertilizer than usual, AV<- can at farmers in tick-free counties to buy .
1 their share of advertising and I lie
get the calculations reached after would be used traveling the proposed
a careful -
least have what do and animals and the
.f we appl.I1nlilllhl" pure-bred develop dairying
; pledges are sufficient to finish the road. inquiry by the New York Sun! new road, to say nothing of the time .
from sources.'e till the and industries. The lick
congenial cuttle-raising '
': Tampa and St. 1'etersburg are pledging can by For fifty years the interests of the consumed in traveling this extra dis ),',

P 't their support for a central Florida route, soil to give the roots greatest t fre. lom and making it unprofitable to raise cattle oncropped I, South were crushed to tho advantage tance. And further, the people of Kis- .
to make the most of the stores within farms cats down t the ).'
no why not make it a (('ntl'llruh' and most I and maiHiic supply I! of special interests in other sectionsby simmee know that it would be a saying -
: we can by intelligent spraying! prevent and reduces the fertility of land and of thousand dollars
t; . direct. It has twin l said that I favor a the high protective tariff. Just as twenty-five ;
drain the trees and from insect in this road with brick enJ'
route via Cape Sable on up the west coimt on plants production ]er acre. some alleviation of this injustice has paving new
; and diseases and The tick down farm been found stead of the old and longer route .
secure a high percentage by keeping profits, the occurance of a war
to Kissimmee. I do favor a route that way \
of 'fancies"", from both grove and garden. keeps down the value of farm land. The in Europe is made the excuse for an- Knowing these things the people of
at a later period, but not now and there is
After the crops'" are made, the battle is tick is an enemy to the farmer, the merchant other crusade against the South in denying Kissimmee yet voted against the
also being advocated a road to be knownaa
4 hardly half won, for the marketing can the banker, and the people of the] her a market for her chief crop shorter road.
aa the Tamiami Trail which crosses", the
into -the federal government being always What's the n&ttcr with the people
South.
turn failure.
I easily a seeming success
'Glades at Fort Lauderdale or Miami that the instrument whereby injustice there T Are they traveling backward T
Florida There is need to the I
never experienced a time'when no support costly
bas nothing to do with the Dixie Highway. is done. Or, are they just standing still jumping '
there was such.dire need of co-operation in tick. One-third of the tick-fnt\'sted dis- i
i and in the
down shade of those
.It is a separate! .proposition. We could protect our rights todayby up
& . placing her products. It is vital that even tricts of the South have proved that it is proclaiming an embargo, but this i beautiful oaks'on Broadway? 'Let us

; h .. TRUCKERS FLAN A GOOD ONE distribution be secured, new markets open easy to get rid of the tick forever and to must not be done, because then New hope the progressive citizens of that ,t4

*": -*:- ed, and a certain standard of quality main- build up a great and profitable cattle in- England and the, middle states could city will yet see their way clear. to

,1 tained. All that is needed is for the build that much needed
The Osceola County Truck and Fruit dustry. people not fill their orders for war supplies; bridge, even

; ..(:.Growers Association has. adopted a ncy Only an organization of specialists.can the couifty, the State, and the United efnce we are not permitted to use this over the protest of the mossback <_ '

do this and it is of to' legitimate and defense' mercenaries who outvotetTthemj-'ut the.
short-sighted indeed in States Department Agriculture ,get proper we ebonding'
; :'plan for meetings.. The plan Is that of '
anyone to try to work the matter out together and dip cattle. must tax ourselves for a system of election. Kissimmee' is }. .
haying)'some'experiencedgrower or expert good town and deserves a better fete? : ,
preparedness that will furnish another
ttleiri'an"ar
handed. The enical. bathwUl
,',:, a; .:v,;'address.,. th.,, association! .at 'J :':' U onjthe')Bubjectbf; the growifi\ (; and mar- grown far; beyond, the'capacity of 'the. kill the ticks and enable the animal'to give dominate the ; .now. The first ahipment' of,:'cattle',the ti
secure a
h., 'y)* ''keting of some specific i crop, 'followed by; atioperi'discussion individual grower :',;; Co-operation is imperative ; more milk,.or to put, on.; flesh and bring., .a denial 'of 'right governmental! to"protection,, under present.. season,' "'now'on hand w smade
: : .* arid the"sooner: all. 'recOgnlz it thcf; betterrice'in"the'meat'markels.. L. July 82nd, when :a train* of
:.. ;, ,:, 'v' < ; ,.the .lawl.The, 'agreement: that '
better:will be the results: '. .Les than cents, head the'en teen carloads (about ..550 head) ;
'J. vH.. \\ThiB'Bort'of work,Js'Con tr ctlve': "'.It is general ; a covers starved the"South,fityyear. ago"i'is. '
Osceola 'prairie' cattle left;
..It<. 'MuCat .. .. tire cost of erecting dipping vats in the revived to starve the South again ;
', o l., 'It is productive pf an inter-
: Louis, Mo., to be sold on open
+. change;of ideas'that'must prove beneficial A western railroad has a passenger counties, supplying' arsenical baths for all without being accepted as law ana) at that city by the National Live

, :to', The truckers have realized as have all agent seeking passenger traffic who has the cattle and paying the dipping inspectors.The without a pretense. of right: Commission Company This
t individual owner's share of this 50
{, ,. other' lines of business endeavor that no appropriate name of W. E. Hunt. Miami Metropoli predicts that 700- first time that cattle front this '

man/can"/ live and conduct his life work in -. .- cents will be very small. The immediate 000 tourists will' visit Florida during have ever been sold openly1by t

,J 'Utter'disregard -,,of' his fellows. No man Local profit to owners, it is conservatively estimated the coming winter. Come on, tourists! mision merchants, as fruit U nln't.;
G cattlemen to
%. can'do his work so well that someone elsecannot.tell'him ought get good pricesfor will be from $4,50 to '9.50 a head. "We're .wearing our hearts away for The results of, the shipment: 1 ...
their beef cattle if
; reports from the When the tick has been dipped out, the you.-Tampa Times. watched by cattlkmen of".t
how he thatwork'
T "'. may improve
markets are true. The latest '
report declares farmers can combine to import purebredbulls with interest }

v, : ,aDd accomplish- more and better results that England is seeking to purchasea which, with native cows, will produce Editor A. P. Jordan, of the Punta U is reported that large .;

t .' .:* :) million head of beef cattle in Americato better stock and increase the yield of beefor Gorda Herald has served his term as of cattle will be shipped:,fro1 "

The1-,truckers will. reap untold' benefits feed her armies now engaged in the great milk and butter fat. pure food inspector and has retired point the forthcoming,sea.o ii

: -from; 'their new plan'and' we wish to com- European war. from the of Ace. Although we have went out of here last yean .
"
AF. y? -plimeiit them upon their action in adopting! With the tick out, sound farm manage- never held a public office we know mee is already far'the blggeet : ...".

ac this; method of making their meetings - ment, that uses idle pasture lands and how to sympathize with a man who center in the state and promise*ttf n' .a;

Bomelhing,more\ than a formal gathering The editor of the Lakeland Morning waste products, keeps up fertility, and per has to depend upon a weekly newspaper to be one of the_ Iargest'lf not ,< .. .14'.
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II i of; so many members, Star is a preacher, but that didn't influencehis mits all-year profitable use of labor, be- during these strenuous war times largest, in the Southeastern Uta Ott, . ?

it ;:N'ow'1f the growers will follow up this use of modern slang in writing headline comes, possible. Forty acres with cattle a. his "only visible means of support. Florida Farmer and Homeseeken"A .1

about the suicide of a minister who free from ticks will, produce as much as Arcadia Enterprise.The .
effort'Vwith
,, another ,
Xrt- ,. in the matter of co-op- solid trainload of cattle' ' was accused of murdering a fifteen GO acres where cattle are kept out by the. than the ; .r
.
.eratlon '
;, ;in' the'growing and marketing of year hope I. Adam story out from Kissimmee' '"bra i eu If .

.jtheirVcrops-jive., see the organization old girl. This is the way he put it: "Sky tick.The will Btan'3. We prefer to believe that bound for Richmond, Te"ria; ,'.t

# i'r., /developvlnto r a pewer for good which can Pilot Kicks Off With Piece of Leadpipe." arsenical bath puts into the pocketsof ; he was enough of a gentleman to 'do Kissimmee Valley Gazette.; InVu-tf. fr',1,

4' (lot. ""be equalled! by any other agency. : :- the farmers the heavy cost of the tick's as the woman wished him to.-Clearwater train were twenty-two, ,.cars';; lo\l_' i. ':!

The Florida Metropolis of Jacksonville; incessant meal. It costs the South $50,- Sun. with nearly a thousand-cattle.f i f. '
4 4
I ' '.SfOULD' AWARD SCHOLARSHIP celebrated the first anniversary of its Sum 000,000 a year to feed the tick.' In two Jacksonville: paper. there 1.a '' shipment.was maddt&a-man- .who U .
i Every county, as .soon as it has dippedits I said to. be a firm believers in/Florida'
day morning issue last Sunday The total of 76 aplicationa for permitsto
I I paperwas cattle is in line to and live stock and has ahead 'several 1
develop dairying }
w *' The last session of the legislature wisely filled :with express ones of congratu- sell liquors, wine and beer; under j ; Y
meat raising and take its share of the ?50 head .grating on his tlandi2fat ter' ;
the provisions of the Davis law. It
,' enacted law lations from its readers ;
I the and business
a
giving commissioners
r. county men.
; '. 000,000 increased in the$ mond, which ia X,p'' o-n ar;H f t;
revenue possible
<< Is
that
be Able
Just possible they may
; l of the several counties of the state Like all the other issues of this Sunday Florida, is: 'raising' and shlppl 'I \,.
tick-free:South. to supply the demand under the
: I
p ; ,X t an, :opportunity to award scholarships in morniiig edition it was a good one filled .new cattle at a: good 4rate noirada ; ..t; ..
You can; free your county from this pest style of dispensing:; booze soon, to be ,,
if :the'agricultural( of University with live readable matter and well the IsV'
I ; department the pat I in one :year! Do it this year A letter or in vogue.-Palatks Newt. industry steadily? t';. ,1J:,
:, of Florida. These scholarships in ronized by the merchants of Jacksonville. Florida Tlmes-Unlon.V -- "
r + postal card addressed ,to the Secretary of A West : '" ..
in O
Florida 'carries '
: .v, mOI ey\'alue represent 1128.50 which paper -
:
X* : pro- -::-
:;; \ *vides,board and lodging for the student at Agriculture, Washington, D. C., will large type" at he'top of its first page, The farther the war'cone mi

Florida sensation hunters employed on promtly .bring full', information, the following;' '"If you are contemplating the eastward the stronger the' }
;current rates. Tuition is free. .
; ,. the and otherwise ... the yd
; newspapers can't keep buying: a home it will pay you simplified; speller appeal,, "
'It is likely that tile commissioncrsk6fOscebla
t"' " cbunty the peninsula state out of the war news. Henry Ford, of-automobile tame, has to com.'to -- ," In looking over ..... .

county will consider the appointment First there were rumors of a German wire started a movement less 'eating. ,Henry the' paper to' see what,.the town has ...f.

{, of.a. student from this .county less station hidden in the :wildS of South prdbably figures thai if'aman, will reducethe to Coffer the homeseeker'we'find' just .. w t
UIi
at.; their next,session., It is to be hope Florida, then % mpa "(llsc vered'-' 'a:Mexican amount'of' his grocery bill for about three home ads, ,one, being 'a realty ',; ,;,...,.,

: : ,' ,, )that ""t er"\y1: '' 11' decide to name an Osceola company,1-another a titlescompany and.a'pressing'club ".' cJc"f
,
**# 1 F1 : .fillibuslcrinJt"expcditl; n on an.island six 'months he will be, able to. buy a Ford ;!
2A ;; .' pountjr: boy/for'the/; course. This depart : Noi'\vhoin thunderwould'want.to
.; J ; 'pff the coast how a 4realli. o-German machine. ;; :
': t':1t
,"! amen .wofrour'StateUniversity; ,,baedone: ,,ay spy's;has been captured Tallahassee.-- .;. . buy"a: home in a"town '" '.,; : ,
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: ::' :;),',! ',;; '.great, \\Work lnv,the, cause of scientific!''.farm- 'V -.:..::. ..._ ._ ;. -W T' *. ,' 'LtiinberTrade; : ''' 1.-,' 'OiS that'did not have a'store ini It f Why.. . 'io! 't'o.
The :"Journalj,4, of;3STcw s {
., i c -r" >| ndJt /'work:can be'Sinadeepen'' :i ; more .,:: : : , ; : *:"South:: Florida;cemetery'\is'liveJier .. 1
ng Totn'LTownlOys tvho'wa's a. td nt .of'
i o? leans for July'.16'and the Manufacturers : !
:
'f ; ,: ; ; than
' ;;such a town as that- --Wauchola .. Jo
-r J5 isffeptiveihrqugh.thiaact. ,V.i/Ij ,
- "' e --'i, Kissimmee':manyyears; ago;is'now'spend2idg Record;- Baltimorefor'its'; ; : ,, .edltionlbf\August A t I 6fhte;,-"r" "_ ...., ",,; ', ':;.t,,"j

r :") "' some time In JDawnoii,City.Alaska:'I1e ,'12r; contain':;a' "'favorable'atjicle": .''de 4:1': '

t., "Jf. ;... ' 31T.STEAD; ; ;.I. I,IN ,T1130AT' sendstho: Valley Gazette .8:".copy of the scribing' the* Woodtexfbrickirecently'; ; In" With fully'cjl -baJf o?.our,land':d'";

as / ". ' .' !,: = -::- '_ -. i iI Dawson DaUy-Newe'whiCh'makealus ;:wish vented'.by, J Wad j.Tricker. ni of( ; this .clti. fence force represented,in the, national
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>'P I'i1 Ifael1audroveUwiitte1i, ; Is the following' i we,were: In the;publishlng'bnsines .i there; written by.; Pearce> '.m \Gla cock.;. ,This"1 ia >guard"mUit1a.*);; : aMd to be .a that term the.word'of,covert. ,

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A y f abooli to enter another,'seasoni' ; ,btf 12.00 'per month by;car the:"awarding: _of,the/contract; by,thoOsceola taint .. just now,m blessing.Thla: 'I*. ;.:-. .)
itetlon'wdmrtolag.:: : There The is what'the'Iron Trade..JtevieW.ha ;;ti J
eta;.crfct : Weekly News alsd S6"osnta per iM>untycommi: seioner8 for ,three eAMS :'
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Strawberry c.lturiwas'thi'teplc l ': : contains three;pen cent ammonia,.'six Florid naval stores and umber will I so r you"can' readily see that! :
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+ for discuaslon''atthe"meetlne of; the per cent phosphoric acid and about 10 ultimately) be the means.of. bringingvast they will'naturally'turn to' i, : .
and Grower. Association. per-cent.potadh.'. <" wealth Into' the state, according. ae a place where they: ;can build up : -<"",
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'.held in the city council hill "When the .g.thring'season comeson ? to 'WdD.'Manler\ ,president,, of; thBankers' new homer rat;; leu.cost:,than will be! '-. 'If, .
should : Financing Companywho necessary to reconstruct'the. old. ones. ; kw
taken in
last '' Tbe'.peaker'waa"c.. great care' .be '
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Saturday. .
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the fruit. Break off the fruit was'; *
picking conaectiea with Hardware .
demonstration
Baker la complete
i" H: ,:agrlcultural attend 'the concern's' organization Good Class of ImnigrsaU.s | ? onr Eae we carry-* n &
Havetwo
T '7 agent The.net,for Orange meeting county.to be beld'Sat- BO'as grades to leave.the only' the stems large on.and'small. meeting, says the Florida 'Times-. "The class of ''Immigrants'we 'will1 ;I.. *f fnrairnr W.* make'4 .,.daJtJ:of..onlfittiaf. hom. **,.''.sad. ,. ,
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Call the will Union., In addition sounding this get wit lalso be better than rw& have- ka.4U refabli' !
and
big ones fancy .
:urday, August 28, will deal with pep- you ,
s for than optimi t1c.note, Mr. Manley declared had heretofore;,.they will be: the beat'that u a f.
; + pars and English peas; C.'M. Berry, get. more money; your crop lend'u...! tBed'
that the end of the European war'will Europe can possibly !
1 by dividing-.it into more grades. The I '
r a successful grower at Sanford and a bring 'vast horde of immigrants to ',They will be'.,aluable citizens.to this Furniture >'H
r.-. Mr. Wilkinson, of Lakeland who is a fruit will show a tendency to. dwindleIn a ; trained Room", Dining
Amerlra who will make greater .busi-I' f.\Ountrv.ln time.' We will pet
..Ize as' it'i. picked and when this
of the East Coast
peppers on ; .
will grower be asked to address the members develops ib-wise to apply from 10f ness development possible agriculturalistsartisans. of different strive'and Room Suits, .Kitchen Outfits ;Parlor R
' of the association, to 150 pounds of nitrate of soda to the The war is bound, ,wend within I kinds-people who will come to j ,
When the berries sanded the next few years, at greatest and make the best of'their surround-] Suits Rockers
acfe. are Odd Chairs
, Mr. Baker's talk at the meeting last ," ; r,'
with its.close will come the work of ings. The opportunities over harelhenlare ;
the best method is to wash them in
: 'I. Saturday helpful one and the ... 1 '
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be far beyond anything ..
" ice rebuilding the,ruin., as well as high going to " ". '. "'
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,, growers unanimously, voted a resolution wator. I' 'C'JL..Ch''Et. ,\- .. : "'-
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tt.r of thanks to him for his efforts "If you want to get the best results taxation for the people of those coun we hive ever had before. i '- I.
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tries affected, he said. "Right thereis '
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where the United States is to 1 '
In opening his talk, Mr. Baker stat- be 'able to ship in large quantities.This going +. LAKE HAMILTON O t *
'17' ed that there was a great difference in can be done by co-operation scone and begin to proctor by leaps' 0 POLK COUNTY' 0! 'JUt store:h '1 Jda,:1 record for:itself ,ta 'ft* .matter/: .
and bounds. In fact, the opportunities '
1-,: 'Yrowtng-berries for local markets andin' among the growers. Then pick your be for helping people to' ntfit .0.... Com'aid see 'Our price are::
to
are going so great moneymaking 0000000000000000000000'00' .
-" producing them for shipping. He fruit and pack It.with care. ; .. ." ' '." .. ." - '.'
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business will have to be
I ', berries for shipping, as 'he undetCtood strawberries are few. Thero is a fungus man avoid in very ;, Association 'Saturday; evening it was ... .
conservative too
i :,' 'that the berry growers in this section trouble that shows itself in leaf to going ; decided to change the name of the organization -

were,'interested in this branch of the spots. The best way to treat this is deeply. i to the Lake Hamilton ''
i subject. to pick off the leaves which show the Lumber and Naval Stores. : Board of Trade. The following officers TOOLS'fOR ENGINEERS:

w' ."Strawberry growing is a business," disease and burn them. If cut worms "In the work of reconstructing the were elected to serve the ensuing '

1 ? eaid'Mr; Baker, "to which the grower attack the plants fix a preparation of devastated cities of Europe which the year: U. S. Martin president, reelected > r : >i

I'. becomes attached. he gives to it paris green and bran with a little war has laid waste, American and ) McCullum, vice president; H. R. Ne matter what'Usd! .el an Engine'you IVr*-.Gas, Steam,

"' .the attention that he will when he sweetening. Place this along the rows Florida lumber and naval stores will Mosnat, secretary, re-elected; Craig, Railroad or SUtio sry Earine-we hare exactly tfc*'T.... ye*
be needed and will find that
\' into it thoroughly, he will and the cut worms will "soon disap- you your treasurer. Board of directors: Led-
,: once goes trade is to exceed seed in everyday wo&-Wr'encba'ilamaters'Oile s'Nt,
going yew
become well acquainted with his pear. export any- don. Latham, Wagner, E. D. Tlson,
er 4' plants that so he will have real affection "The three best varieties of berriesto thing ever contemplated. Owing to Wilcox. The next meeting will be all of?die best quality. and workmajuhlp, axd at prices tlut.wifl. '

., for them Ju.t'a. an orange grower plant in Florida are the Missionary your state's convenient location and next Monday evening.The surprise 700 Tail ttore bas tile repnUtiea of kaadtiaf: oarhardware /, .k ;,
the Klondike and Excelsior. Of your admirable seaports it will be DOS-, Ladies Club met with Mrs.
has for his tree. '
these the Missionary seems to be the sible for Florida to engage in shipment Reed Ramsay Friday afternoon and that Is of Rperior''Ialii end y.*i will make" *e saia ... ,.,
$," Mr. Baker said the he would follow favorite." of these necessities to tho foreign -, had a very pleasant and profitable take In cornier here NOW and bupoctiar.O.OT big steclu .
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the ideas of A. A. Lewis, Polk
f market with greatef profit'andfacility
Mr. Baker answered questionsfor meeting.
many .
". demonstration in talk ) )0
county agent the growers during the meetingand than any other state on the About twenty-five couples( attendeda I
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ing of'strawberry growing. the morning proved to be a very Atlantic seaboard. The depressionwhile party given at the hotel Saturday
.. had been growing strawberries for interesting one to those who attended.SPROUT the war is on, will be insignificant evening by the Misses Craig Several
\ twenty-one years and is a recognized compared to the activities aftertheTighting from Winter Haven and Hainev City Osceola Hardware: Company
.." Authority on the subject, having recently is over. were in attendance.Mr. .

: ) read a paper at a meeting of .H OOOOOO "There is no doubt but that our"immigration and Mrs. Carpenter have returned ,
the demonstration agents at Gaines 00006 400060O
their home in Kansas "
will also go up by leaps to City "
ville. In all his) twenty-one years at POTATOES and bounds just as soon as the war- and in a few weeks they plan to go "

growing strawberries Mr. Lewli madea O FOR FALL CROP ring European countries begin to levy to California to attend the expositionsthere. 7.' .,H'.. /

v failure only one year and last year O O taxes head to pay off the enor- io...............0.... ...000., ... ...... ................
had only half a- crop, so that reallyhe debt ,.
000000000"000'00.0"000The 'mous that is now accumulating. Mr. and Mrs. Mosnat and family \.
of his nineteen
made a success crop estimated and his mother Mrs. J. E. Mosnat, ofBelle I
It has been roughly that ,
M'r. best seed Florida '
for
Baker years said out that of this twenty-one.record was a conditions are to potatoes be had from native each and every person will have to Plaine, Iowa, spent Sunday at : Summer tkurckm Rates (
and Mrs. John D.
II pay the government' $72 for these the home of Mr. ,
remarkable one and rarely, if ever stock. Farmers of the central states .' .,f
taxes when is declared. This will Clark near Waverly.The ,
- peace
; equalled by the grower of any other are in the habit'of obtaining northern addition to the school house VIAA .
: I grown seed, because they do better not'dhly hit the man who Is able to new -,. -. '-" -
crop it but the washerwoman j Is about completed. '
A few of the points made by Mr. but when one gets as far from the stand poor I T L AN Tl c. COAST1:' LINE., '11M it, .

Baker in his address may prove in- potato belt as Florida, other compli- .
"!c teresting. They are as follows: cations arise. Potatoes, like corn and STANDARD RAILROAD" OF. THEM' SOUTH.. ." > .;-, '
'is to oats, have to adjust themselves to the 'It -
"Th re something more growIng 1I'R J4',. ., :--
strawberries than putting the climate and soil before they will do WALL ,r ,. ,

1 plants in the ground.I well in moat cases. Acclimatization PAPER SALE : .

I "Deep soil is not needed. A gray, usually requires several generations.C. I KISSIMME3E: . .1' 'i: :+i tt

brown or sandy loam is best, but the K. McQuarrie state agent for the Commencing August 2nd and Contiuningto {
University of Florida Extension DI- .
must be such that admits of, '
ground \
continuous and perfect drainage. It vision, is of the opinion that the soil August 31.t, We Will Offer For Sale I .41.65 NEW PHILADELPHIA, YORK. ; $$30.15 CHICAGO LOUIS' I .,. .
is too hot for northern grown seed and 41.65 $44.40 ST. .
",, '1t."C.holild sustain be the underlaid moisture.by Strawberries hardpan to'ltf that they rot readily, when subjected 5000 Roll*' of WaU Paper from 1 to 5c. ,$38.65 WASHINGTON' i $6505 1 DENVER ', ....

t to conditions! which differ radically I $3fc65,CINCINNATI $$96.15 SAJf FRANCISCO "' "'. -
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4 surface i Do'Nof"Jntend 1 .
are growers. Roll Even You '
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'. ':) 'r' "No hard and fast rules can be -laid- from those' .under' which they were, Per : V .. .'

p', grown Evenwhere the spring crop I: to Do Your" Papering Now, This .Will Excenlooratu; to.l'.arlOUI points* :furnlshe d> on .ppl y tIonJo .
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-Genera was planted from imported seed the ." Sold daily until September SOth-Limit,October;31st ,
'''o.' perienee ''tnnst.,tell the growers what potatoes have) acquired a small degreeof .Be (the, Tune, to, Buy Your'Paper., , We: ,- ? ' FASTTR'AINS : '

,{ j'i Is best 1n his'own individual case. j resistance .In fact the spring crop ," Call STOP-OVERS: PULLMANS. :
You and. n'Pecf' ..
; Cordially, Invite : to. .' i tf
r'r+ U a'very good soutce of seed., ..... - 'DINING cAas'r. T
,\ .1'"rTb. first thing to.do is to ROt the I , ,. .-Ij"7 ;'''' ''' :
, k ." ground In proper shape. It Is well It is best to."select, small potatoes Our Stock. ,' ." ';' ,: ' ,i- ""41. "f i-. 1 *'; '
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; ':J .to'have>> a bean crop growing ton'the from the. slse of a beD egg,down for s ,., ."For Reservations. or: call .onSTEBL, piaglk f
:r. season.."Turnthis the fall crop and to plant them whole .7 '"bf .>.\q'o( raet'Agin4 } ,! "" .... ,f '
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previous .. .
Paint&h>> j | or "'i/-W. '!- .' '
r because if larger ones- aroused they Orlando Paper: Co. "
(\('''.'1- been"applied' crop under :after't limestone to two tons has: must be cut.sink! the cut surface U a Y ,: Wall : Y*R. BEAZLEY. T., .P.., A..TAMPA FIJ.. Gv KIRICLAND/D.iP.'A.: : .
<< one ,
,; : to the acre. Get the ground well source of contaminationThe wet Phme't61 ORLANDO, FLORIDA 205 s: onata AsaOHEERUP .. -
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Y weather induces rotting. Aa a fur- ,
""'! worked,until it i* almost as fine as a -- '
bed. ther precaution in obtaining a roodcrop' v. '
garden -
r" .The next thing is to get good &11'. McQuarrie advises that the I -"--- "'t

is transplanted potatoes be sprouted before they are
. '. plants. The strawberry a -
1 front the north planted. Place .them on a barn floor
eonang
'crop, 1..
P4 lust as the orange is transplantedhere or I in some other sheltered place where Limited; r

: I' here. from the south. It is best to get they will have diffused light but not '
plants from tho north early in the direct sunlight Allow the sprouts to Tired Potaish supply has, "* : ':,,
become a quarter to a half in long. That ; : Grouchy Feeling 1
#, year and set them out to get runners PP givenilincentive: ? to loot -
,'" to be planted later in the year. A When the potatoes are planted they Means a Lazy Liver '
into i'witbviewtoutl'lizl'agproductsathaadtothevery
'a, thousand plants under most circumstances will continue growing and the losses more thoroughly plant'uuttition ..
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will enough runners from rotting will be reduced to a min- "
> produce
imuM. LlV.VEilLAX'ill clear you out, ?,. ...
1f ', and ground.plants to set out an acre, of Mr. McJuarrie warns) against buyIng and make you feel fine and dandy best purpose. The result of our efforts along this line Is "r-"

!.,1 "From two weeks t> a month after. just any kind of potatoes. Some again. It is just as effective as calomeL -

the plants have set out about 800 farmers obtain their seed from the but has none of its well known Florideal t
pounds of a high grade chemical fertilizer grocerynmn's stock of eating potatoes.As disagreeable after effects. Fertilizer-.EquatResults4ess Potash
a rule these are not good potatoes UV-VER-LAX eliminates poison..
should be drilled in to the '
and should be avoided in the first cleanses the and relieves It I lo-carefully blended that'wliere fend'Je'-propertf '
.' -acre. If"this Is dono the. plants will system, constipation prepared we till put IL" ,,
v produce finer, firmor fruit which will place because they are of unknown in a thorough but pleasant Lagainjt any fertflwer mixture of same ammonia and phoephorio addcon-t J*

t carry better to the markets. Either strain and have not been cared for as manner. A little taken regularly, sssssw tent, regardless percentage of potash. Send particular a t
the single or double row system can seed potatoes should be, and furethr means consistent health and no doc --itilizerCo.

'. be used as the grower thinks best.Iii because they may not be acclimated to tor bills. '+ .. W son & Fe
Joomer I
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Good shallow cultivation should be the condition. of that section. Someof Guarantee. Every bottle bearing ..

: I kept up after the plants are set. the best potatoes for Florida are the the likeness of L. K. Grigsby, is guaranteed JackonriII0 VI 1.
As the bloom comes on it is best red bliss or triumph rose number 4, to Rive satisfaction or your i ( t'j
to put on from 1000 to 1200 pounds cobbler, and Lookout Mountain. The money will be returned. For sale here Florida ,+

of fertilizer to the acre, side applica. last two have done particularly weU I in BOc and $1 size bottles at Osceola r't
; tion. The beat fertilizer is that which .in the state. I Pharmacy. 33-4t
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his grove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL : -

'E ; br future of his investments depends ou his trees being budded right in the nursery

+ L that grows them. ,

i Y The Ocklawaha Nurseries are the PIONEERS along this line; they have for

years specialized in bud selection from TESTED: bearing tl'(>('s. The Ocklawaha Nurseries -

<' is the ONLY PLACE in Florida, yes, in the WORLD where EVERY: tree is

r q budded from trees tested for their superiority. Your grove,is bound to be a paying

_ i Y"wr investment if you use our stock.

k ti We could till this paper ten times over. with testimonials, but the best evidence \,

f of our tree quality is to be found by a careful inspection of our nurseries. They are

#"' "I, close by and the trip is pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto.

Write for catalogue now, and post up on "PEDIGREED TREES," and their

M t - I importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as your aim.
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, ,i heavy producing trees of quality fruit can be produced only from Ocklatrahagerics Nur- O. W. CONNER", Proprietor, Tangerine Florida

Pedigreed Trees. Order yours noir. They are grown, not manufactured, and G. G. WRIGHT Agent OrlandofFla.f

it takes time to do it-It't "precious. Do it ,N01C. ,

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: 1' the calcium compounds and be re- commissioners of the respectivestates. Georgia and Florida loop are concerned -
cnURCQ.NOTES verted to an unavailable form beforeit Illinois, which has the shortest these sections not having been
'Society Notes 0 0 ran be used by the plants.On link of the hikhway between state designated yet.
.: $ heavy soils such as clay, where lines 123 miles to be exact is the
ara BAPTIST CHURCH SUNDAY there is not a considerable amount of leading contributor with two bond i issues --
t I.. sand the limestone will improve the aggregating $3,500,000. Cook -
school the usual hourin
The at
(Msttie Belle Ilsrris. Editor.) the Sunday The pastor will condition of the soil.! It will cause county, Illinois, has voted $2,000,000, I
a'' ->i : : preach morning.in the morning on Christian the soil particles to collect in ,larger and V-ermillion county haS i issued $1- MR. INVESTOR

{ : Request is .adelo, all patron of tie Valley Gazette to send Items Constancy. At night Dr. Holt will granules .which will improve the soilhtrucl.ure. 500,000 in highway bonds. Buy properties now while pricesare
this
-7;' deliver the second lecture in the courseon By new grouping the $2,530,000 in Florida. at their lowest.
of' society event to lie Editor for publication in the.ui! colnmni the Holy Land. This time he will soil will become better aerated and Appropriations from bond issues Lots $5 cash and $5 per month.

s + talk of Jerusalem, the Holy City. All the organisms will show greater ac and the tax levies in six of the eight I 5 and 10 acre tracts $10 cash mud
I
N3 . (+* ._ 10 II II- II- II- I to . . 1010 I 0 I' IOIOI.IOI'IO''OI IO.t +++ are invited. No charge tivity. Dixie Highway states so far reported $5 per month.A .
are as follows: Florida (Palm Beach 5-room plastered house, lot 50x
.;. J :'IN JIONOR'OF'MISS PAULK .Mercer'uni"eraity and'the bride a OOO ...o+oo county, $800,000; Dade, $200,000; Vo- 150 ft., deep well. Small cash pay-
/ student at the Georgia Normal and FORWARD MOVEMENT IN o- 0 lusia, $880,000 and St Johns, $65- ment, balance like rent .
2 t.Ovewtreel
-' 4r ""'-entertained Mrs . the members,of delightfully the B. O. Industrial Institute. SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK 0 ALMOST TEN MILLION 000)) ; $2,530,000; Georgia $159.000; A 6-room bungalow, lot 100x140 ft.,

1 n 'r t r ';B." H.. club and a' few friends with a 000 The has Florida arranged Sunday for School the holding association of- 0 FOR GOOD ROADS <0tOOO Tennessee Middlesboro$2,439,000 to the Blue; Kentucky Grass region(from, deep well. Price and terms right. _

a +( -"Prom" party Tuesday evening at her DURHAM.PHIFPS over one hundred institutes to develop 0 0 $910,000)), $987,000; Indiana, $60,000.; MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS, Owner.
t home on Mala'street in honor of Miss Albert G. Durham and Miss Lulu o OOO OO O. Illinois $3,500,000.Mileage .
in the workof 608 Penfield St. S. Kissimmee.Also .
increased efficiency ,
y.. '''Myrtle.nlle, of Cairo, Go. The E. of St.
Phipps Cloud
were marriedat traversed in Eight States.__
i house decorated with the Sunday schools of the state. Millions of dollars, either in direct City Properties, Farms and
wubosutifully the
,
Presbyterian manse Tuesday One of the e 'wiIl be held in Kis- appropriations or in approved bond According to figures compiled by Timber Lands for sale aDd exchange.
: cut flowers and ferns.
', '" afternoon Pastor W. B. Witherspoon simmee, Sunday, September 6th, and I issues, are available for the construction :- the Dixie Highway association the
: refreshments of sherbet and
Dainty
"c The
X" officiating. left for North and
couple South
Tampaon great thoroughfare'sroute
Rev. J. II. Day, of Mulberry, will be : of the Dixie Highway system of
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cake .served. Mrs
( wore Faultof the 4 o'clock train on their bridal roads in the eight states between the bears the following geographical
the chief speaker. I
'f' Cairo, Ga.,"assisted' 'Mrs. Overstreet. in trip. Mr. Day delivered a strong address Gulf of Mexico and the' Straits of relation to the eight states as tar as -
1 j'! .serving?; Mackinac, the Dixie Highway official mileage, cities and towns and counties
< in the county convention of last year says
J.> s' Those'bresent.werej the honoree, .traversed concerned
; are :
.: : of the association, No. 1
1. ': *MIsse Jlelen/Basf, Lilian Prentis, OOOOOOOOOOO O. OOtOO and our people were much pleased of which organ has been innewspaper I State Towns. Counties
just published Mileage.
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p with him. They will be delighted to Western Lamb
.
,' Gladys 'Johnsonof t: Cloud Maud
0 ADDITIONAL LOCALS 0 know that he will be here again.Ther.a form at Chattanooga.From Michigan _____776 69 28 I
'i' :Alice Wagner' Amy'Makinson, Una 0 0 will be two sessions held. One reports made to the Dixie Highway Illinois _______123 24 6 I. .
Garner of St. oud;Mattie Belle Har. Indiana ____ 16
association from 133 counties -i. 299 49
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y< ;ris; Violet Gilbert, Nina Bratton, Mau- OOO OOOOOOOO OOO at the Presbyterian church in the afternoon traversed by designated lines of the Kentucky: __ .._402 95 17 Saturday Special
.. ", .. .rine'Dann; Kathleen: .Bearden Meeare.l : A. D. Gilbert made the trip down and the other at the Method highway ft is found that the aggre ;Tennessee __.419 .*. 72" '18 .
Harper Cuter. ,Melville ,huffman, jthe' river this week on Captain John- let church at night. A program will gate" road building approximates Georgia...-.499:: S '77 24
s. ''' Ear$ 'Cowger, Leon Estey..Charles'' : son's. boat. ; be'published later and ample prepare ,9 726.4QO.' : Florida _.*....:_..616' 96 v 18 '
\ ; : J>er8On..'Walter Bass Will Mason: Tlller. ation will' be made for an effective' : This amount does not include: bond Ohio>.-r.>.;-l236. 46 12 Fairplay [Market 4
'1,1.j}>, Earl Morrow, Billy'Burkam, Mur.. ,/Ernest' Mach and Henry; Llghtsey meeting: J: issues and appropriations, western '-- .
a yray; Overstreet, Ralph Bearden'Wal' were" visitors. to Orlando 'last Satur Florida and the eastern part of lower Totals ,..:;:.:8,868: -628 183 12 Darlinftoa Phone 245 "
,' ; ter..Thoma.t .. day. CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES Georgia, where two links of the high: The foregoing table is incomplete as

*Vii\ "r"-V" ". ," mrw> *:/}; '., Miss Dorothy Fleming, of Philadelphia Devotions and confessions Saturday, --+-

' ';DINNER" PARTYr ,,was in the city Sunday en route o'clock August 21st. Mass will If be at other 8 t..IIA ... -1It ... -Jt ... -,. ... -IIt t.-It ... -tIt ... ,....M,.
*' to St. Cloud.A. Sunday morning. any -- -- ,- -
i.' t Miss .Ruby7Prevatt; entertained at services, it will be announced at Mass.
six o'clock .dinner'Tuesday evening ater.home B. Cannady and 1{. C. Griffin, of
.5 ,i Js ) on.Alaska avenue. Covers I Dade City, were visitors in the city PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
t i ...,ere Uid for' Misses Lena Roberson, last Saturday.
I 1 t :'Ethel Roberson, Messrs. Bartow Dut- The attendance at the Sunday schoolof
too, Marcus B. Floyd of Qrlando, Mr. F. A. Babb, of Shingle Creek,: this church August 8th was 42.2
4 ,steed.and Mr. and Mrs J. S. Cadel. I brought to the Valley Gazette this per cent greater; than for the same
week a specimen of Yokohoma beans :
Sunday a year before; and on the 15thit
4, ., * which he is growing at his place and' was 39 per cent greater than the
TENNIS PARTY which he says he finds just as prolificas I year before. This is fine progress.OOOooooooeo'OOOtO. ..
Ii. .... velvet beans. The specimen l is a
; ,i ?' .'will N.lOft'' Tiller entertained on fine one and makes good feed for :
"S stock. 0 0
S.
Thursday afternoon with a tennis par-
rd "+ hi. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. 0s
ty at: home 'on Beaumont' avenue.
Jalntrnfreahmentll of punch and Mrs. R. B. Savage, of the Manhattan! o
KS' "" ;!cake were served. Those present were hotel, put workmen on the job of renovating O 'OO'OOoOOOOO .
,, 'Idisses the entire hotel this week.
r Una Garner and Gladys John-
The deeds have been
following recorded -
s'' f', ; eon of St.>* Cloud, Mattie Belle Harris, Every room will be gone over and the
\ with Clerk of the Circuit Court
walls
retinted. The
woodwork will be
S t: Helen Bass, Myrtto Paulk of Cairo, re-varnished Overstreet during the past week:
and new furniture in
; Ga.; Maurine Dann. Kathleen Bearden, put
Lon Hebb, guardian, to C. L. Hyatt.
to for the tourist
coming
.prepare sea
\A Maud Alice Wagner, Virginia Tiller, Southern Colonization Co. to A. G.
hyl1 Jarrell.; Miss Massey Messrs. son. Miller.

s )x' Arthur Jarrell, Leon Estey, Roy Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and chil- Seminole Land & Investment Co. to
,ati .''Graves'Charles' Persons, Ralph Turn- dren, of Kls immee. and Miss Sallie John !-. Redwood.
.r; Nat Carson, Leroy Leslie. Nathan Taylor, who left some time ago for I J. R. Wolfe to Juletta M. Wolfe.
rt .,1M tirylus,'Billy Burkam. Asheville! and Henderson ville, t returned Southern Colonization Co. to Al-
.;> last night. They the weather fred II.
I./v-f.. * report Vogl.
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( \' ': r in the mountains fine and cool and J. A. Tremble et al to ;J. C. Taylor.
s c' :: :v.: &1' BATHING PARTY that at times lankets were needed.- Alex Haynes et al to Robert Gil-

7.i r 'tA'Joll/'trowd of young people went Orlando Reporter-Star. more.R. .

,to1 St.j Cloud.., Thursday afternoon and Eddie Lancaster has returned from C. Sligh toMartha Bay Boice. I
.f ,enjoyed.a dipin the lake. Those in Martha Bay Boice to R C. Sligh.
; two weeks'
a '
pleasant trip to Brunswick -
I ';;,_";' ,the, party. were Misses Cecelia Over Ga. He was accompanied by a Cyrus Phelps et al to Seminole ,
'I A.;S treet Ella Mae Gilbert, Nina Brat- friend from Orlando. The trip was Land & Investment Co.oooOOOOOO..ootOOOOO"O"O
r
45 .
ton,'Messrs'Melville Huffman Harper made in Mr. Lancaster's "speeder" and
.i.I *Caslr. Walter Thomas, Mrs. George coming back the actual running time 0 0O
:;x S ;" '41' Overstreet- chaperoned' the party. for the three hundred and twenty-five Lime Leta Soil Organism 0 DEPARTMENT. OF' BOOKKEEPING, AND BUSINESS PRACTICE-

1 )vJ t1: '1't: : : !. miles was fifteen hours. 10. Free Plant Food 0 ,

;;,1 "I J r: FARM ERPATTERSON II. B. Coney, of Sanford and C. E. +.000000000000..0.000000':- 0'1
Write for .Catalogue
'f :. \ ? Luther Farmer bookkeeper &, the Robinson, of Orlando who handle the
ur: ; 5 ,'W..ten" Carson store returned last famous Elder All plant food i II made available by .
Springs water
|'H. # ''!:Saturday-from his vacation spent in visitors in the city Thursday, loking were toll organisms. In normal soils there
;. .J)' \,,; "'/Georgia/bringing with him his bride, over'the field with the idea of seeking are plenty of these organisms, but if CENTRAL BUSINESS' COLLEGE: Of FLORIDA
fil..' ",;:" :wbo, was' Miss Annie Lewis Patter- business here. They made the trip in the soil is strongly acid they cannot
.' ; /x4' ; '>on' ,'of Forsythe,' Ga. their car which has been especially work and consequently plants starve, (5ee.Mor *-. KISSIMMEE, BUSINESS. SCHOOL) .
t; ; r 'The .wedding was a surprise for fitted up to carry the demi-johns of or are hindered for want-of nourish
f wl,, li. ?J.jnany :of,Mr..Farmer's friends in Kisfanmee.Those water. ment. Limestone corrects the acidity KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
;h 1. . who have been fortunate ,
-, of soils and allows the beneficial soil \
$, 44'i. { /. nough to ''meet the 'new Mrs. George M. Taylor the grocer, Is a organisms to liberate plant food.
,) 11'Anlle.'haye found her a very'charm believer in the saying; that a man If the soil need limestone badly a Bernard C. AntcJBB.5.Prci.; W. .H. 'Dawe Vice Pre.
;."; ," ing.'young lady!and congratulations who makes two blades of grass grow. fall 'application ehould. be made.: Do ,
t been 'showered the where '- HJ e.f L s:: '$.. N."c:; A.... .CelL". .;, J. c.r..a u"--it,; J'-'nelJ
1 ;,:t z*iye upon young one grew before is a bonier. not1 wait until the crop Is' ready to ., S 5- .I G..I1., ,..".
4'',a,.Irnnpla:' ..Hr.' Farmer, is ''a ''worthy tar of mankind- His place on Portage : plant or even until the .land ha* been I cif; : t 4t alel..rdq' I,,. ..T. .,.,1... r" .
i f', ('young man and hit many friends ,,wUo avenue" ill .,veritable garden of flow plowed. Apply the Um..toa8broad i.k. ...... / '< If f ,," . ;;1- -" I
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,',., :i:, him' years. of happy/wedded life...''. ' ers ,and fruits. He'has almost\ .200'. cast, before the plow ?" '.P. ;:"t, m .f kc ((20" 'earaEzperience: "Aa' 'l'eache&Of: .r' "
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ri .f\z.\ tThe'weddlngNceremony, : .,was'. per.lformed varieties of .. growing.things In the become well; mixed with the. soil during :,,
;! > at the home of the prid.', par- yard around his home., It Appears al. the'opperations prior to planting.Early :, .,. .' ,ALL :COMMERCIAL '''BRAM c.HES, '
r n.1 .,, ei'-1 l"Mcfc,, z:, N.-iP, .ttersojKVtfvVt most!like a smalljnursery.. H.'hasaU'k6da appltcaUona*wilt jive'the.Um. 'i : };
."1'1. ,Gar, -: ,.. , J1 .of, citrus fruit,.plain.and a; chance to react'with:th.,add and .. .'
i .r i\: M young;couple\will have apart. ; he several of the organisms will bate time to liber ; 'SPLENDIDtEQUlPMENTt; ,,LOWEST'MATES.; f /' "' .:
1" ..... for the present with the rroom's. trees of kind.and.shrubbery' at. -plenty/. of ',t0Cd'' foe.the; ,young ) ., I
9renU,.:B v.,aDd Mrs.i J J.; Farmer iusta.)numerous.And'he has doneit plants.i; ; ? ti, corner ose and Bryan.tz'eeu.-::= : ., aU in tore yean and'at'off times ':.P.', IL. Rolf.' director o- ofhe.Unl. SPECIAL !m'SPANISH:AND; :' ."
>. l This happy wadding Was the culmination when. hewasn't busytleJng.np; sugaror versity Of.Florida Experiment Station sto. .I- : ,. : f.OUR : ELOCUTION '
S. S ., of a coil g. courtship which be. weighing a pound or two of bacon. vi.aratnat'; ', applying: limestone -. ..,....),.," ... '!\;., .. ,--,,- -, .,,-. ... .- ., . -. ) : ,. ., )::1. " ;, .r,, -" ,\' .

,' ; 1. while.UiegTOOin.was._ h. ,student;:a....'. .pur, bat. ,!off,,to'.George.. '" '' ''' too- later_ !.,fertilizers. . are,to... be. used. ' " ._ ... "" ..'. .. .. . .
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OF 'TRADE, GETS NOTICE OF SHIP AT UNIVERSITY-OF FLORIDA ' whic. ".merit. tit"rupporllo!;" !liniiryery; (<,:.on. ..;.., ;!1of .5** T BE HIRERiiANirrrlO"FJR'TJ FIT ,R3W'. VDUCDiWa'
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i. ACTION OF CERTAIN PARTIES IN .AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT '.the. -CltiZCi16, : 'l tl.1'Il'C,Q:":: .: .. atytlt.rtiaaitiil,''t,"..' 'p'. :. *\ .'IIR.CUASI '&.;. ,:!ZED fort ,
f IN ATTEMPTING TO GET ADVERTISING ; ; :: ""t'\--I"I. ': f"'li" .>. :dV 4 I $E"' l ,
UNDER -AN ACT .we trust that'>tbi. issuea; pw t w dipare OFt. STOCK! AND ;:.FRUITWHBN.8BNT TO

r: FOR SUPPOSED PASSED AT LAST SESSION OF : iII-.z"\ .' ' ''' '.. : '..t' . .-ir; ,I"1. t' .trWILL" sut2ttlNTBN: "8H.. P. IlllllM mr,,IVATBB ROUTB
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Information hat been received that It is more than likely that at Us The Valley Gave te; r 'J $nt' )j' b'i\fth.'} '..1' t '. i Two'thousand: baud i cattle' off;tivpreiri mi ji {drowers and 8

, yo parties are trading upon the name of next session the board of county com ; **:,of v- 'oeolftj count jrll|,j go League.'Oftando, Fl*;; aDnOUD
the Dixie Highway Association in the missioners will take the matter of email price of 'lt l" : l.tQl"( .; .fx".." north to'hd C., ,pacWfag(Company eelpt of recent advio from Ney:

preparation of a guide book in whioji awarding scholarship up in the agricul- months. '; 1 Wv-pft& .''*. *';. y-x, c.<1'** 1;* -..t-.. at.Kansas City.' from.''Kiesimmee'next. City,'of ce i .*/ the Clyde
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merchants along the route are being .catU f< Co. o .
week'4fTheir wtll.griny'twe
tural of the of
asked to advertise. Notice has been Florida.department University tet us have your orWjXyiTel.wlir[ R o'else bestto : ,* train .loads,/one/ -"Monday; and'tbother mma'Ieaioredocttan: off; > i

-sent to Secretary J. W. Prentis, of the During the last session of the Legislature l { ;;rbout.W.dneeday'or: \Thursday nate"'od,pbMtappl.,, =
please ;Vp !Ii '4 ;:.
Board of Trade that the you. rPK ,r : '
Kissimmee 'The Florida to eastern
-an Act was passed which 'en- ,'. ...: 1.' /cattle ,wer -,;boUght frtfm:aY'coterie )
Highway association has nothing to abled the' commissioners of each ff.>'jJ.'Mf\ r : *, : '*: >f.!, *t.'the"cattlemen in' this. .section.:: Yorn.. Philadelphia Boston Palland I
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do with this and that i it ,. '' i. .. will
publication county to establish and maintain a .' ,. '. , ,- ; ,.v V1 ..'The'flrsV trajnloact will be.furnished 'I'rovidena.'Tbie: mea
is not official in any way. Secretary sa ving""CQ $he Florida .
Prentis sends the letter to the Valley scholarship in the University for of Florida ', ., I- ,+ I' ..1 H -' . .. ,I by Lesley,A-Bass and;the Car oil Cattle -' f11.60on a;Il!P'Ow.re.ahlppen nlm.... '
Gazette with the following comment: College of Agriculture one Jtompa"T", >. .ec>>h4 retrainloadk'Bass. of.300 P:8tM..TM';( league is
Kissimmee Fla. 18 '15. student from that county. j j'I wiU .be":filled>/, l1 B Aug. ; ? definite"infornsation fts to UM'
Kissimme Valley Gazette, City. The scholarship will amount to BAND TO GIVE BIG IUSINESS:COLLEGE.:TO i .. ' 4k t dat the chanej,*,in..rte Villb

Dear Sir: I am this morning in receipt $128.50 this fear. It covers board and .,.-The:purchase.of the'eabtie. .w*.-t a'd e I t tH. known thai theUriif4 _

of the enclosed communicationfrom lodging at the regular rate. The wr. Charles W..Jiuneewho, -represent meats l of the Florid* lined are nOw.
the secretary of the Dixie High- student is selected by competitive ex- EXCURSION MONDAY 'I:;: ENTERTpINFRIENDDales $ Utd'/ Cudahy company//. 1 if/i! *: # ranginf1'for,4 publication''of, the -

way Association, and it gives information amination and the commissioners are 'fThe'ftUe'are said tgjanerbl.ogbt. rates,:which will be tr m'Jackson
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of real importance to the merchants to hold the examination. The scholarship KissimmeeConcert ,2'i',", 'ff '" : .. ,i; -, +ii' a;pod. 'f"I0.1.-" "," ,
entitles the holder to full The Band Is ., "I'd"Wo "W' 'i New' 904"'sehtrite.
of this city who have already a arranging ._i AJI. an t., : : J: rkN.'r.: :
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been/'Canvaued for assistance in such course of instruction in the Univer- for a moonlight excursion on ,vice-presiden of the new Central ivconnecUonwt'; ''thlssfcpmetv: ; ." ...- .. ti .
sity.Applicants must be eligible for the lake next Monday night The boat Business College of Florida,'which
publications as we are asked to avoid. :from Osceola county which is the third Bostgrb.sss.14: ; i4pnta'
Your kindness in printing this letterin entrance and must sign a certificate Lillie has been secured and a,.numberof has succeeded the, Kissimmee Business, this.season, one u.ID, 'to' the per era
gone ,
full will doubtless be beneficial and' agreeing to engage in agriculture in barges will be attached.in order: to School. ,.,will celebrate the enlargement open,'market in St.. Loots:'and anotherto ..Fa mverj;J lark,, a'w cents

highly appreciated. Florida unless unable or otherwise handle the crowds similar to V the of.i, e schoolwith' a free entertal} ,' a Texas, near .Houston hreridinaj: .'

Very truly yours, disqualified. method used for the firemonV excursion men ton the evening August SI'and the:following, company: 'fromArcadia. : ,\ .,.......c.. .II"' '.lent.Crate. .
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J. W. PRENTIS, The Act is designed to enable some which proved such -ft big success. extend a"eordWinvltation'to' ,,evfrybSdy.to '- will prove f ate'ssting'rrArcadia ' f y; "
There will be music '' attend, ;'The, leagueiM also' Men" adv
worthy person who has not the means on boaroVt : ; ; i .
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Secretary. fhe-eBtrtaJnment' .: 'L J: -=-The atpe'iniuutryof DeSoto by the Merchants Miner. ffrans.onCompMV .
otherwise to get' an education. All The boat will leave the city dock'at' ; willlikely I ;; uw .
county commissioners have copies of 8 o'clock and return about, U'o'c1'>>C1c. h M tJa.tM High Schol auditorium,'are ';countyi I. .be o.mlnc. a great : ;O*>uU' a sfanilarctioHiwilrlSinade

Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 16, '15. the Act, and are acquainted with the The fare will be 25 cents and a,taT ra/wentents/ : ,...hicJt. ar.,t>ow being feature i every'.oa1'.- Messrs;v&ewan dla to. the rates
Secretary Chamber of Commerce, Kis- details of the scholarship.In crowd Is expected. T--; nnfi*.- The program will begin at 7(30o'Wock and Wey,of cattle fame;shipped seven that company;'from>Jacksonville
immee. The band has been ThV hundred.head o>t eattl.to the northern Baltimore and PhiUdeythlft..
following
Flprida. : a numberof p.rsona'baTekhedly .
Dear sll"l: For the protection of order to learn Yowell more about theicholarshi .fine1 concerts.,late wing "'the one consented to .. their services: market, 'which 4 registered the.fourth The':: Ieag e IMS been M
C. E.
your merchant and members of your ent of public, instruction,superintend of 'Osceola last Friday night was especially good. .&J"\\ ;BuUock.\violinrolo; lGmen train load la four..vicinity"weeks,"and bespeaks with the steamer;lines for aims
Arcadia of
I organization, the Dixie.Highway Association county wrote to the, school: ftuthorf. Largo crowds came out to bur these J vocal'solof( Miss Ine* Car for- t an aasot. it in endeavor to. .bare tree r +

wishes to advise you that ties and received the.; folio wing letter concerts and their'applauce shows how ;.wal .snlo; KIM ftuby.$111., piallo immense .proportion-Uoa, onethat of of4Hoant" . | ....
tide association has not authorized the band Is appreciatecLJ.ne :; :fit 'wale.. rude J\MrsA19er .In.th..t : .-W o
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Gainesville. 14 1116
Aug.- ,
to-issue all B KVnd Ko
e>ny individual or concern a s rve< theenooursBemeajt OTm D19fiY1LR
r. .Guide; Book of tJae".l>isi..Hlthwa,..: I Mr. ft Yowell; Supt. Jbblie Instruct gtaratf tbem'and'should>Tirtfe' .. BTlr i r
/ .l *We .feel that It would* manifestly r," .tion,< KUshnmee CItypf'h: ;"'I r. r-I': encouraged by a largo attendance on locks Ot C. Davit;. violin solo *nd Mr.; perior to that of the. p /
it unfair-.to the touring.public, .the .ad- Dear Sir;, Your< letter'of"Augnt the occasion of the) excursion;; Anted'-. humorous g4ln.NEW'oRLANDURoAD''. '* ';T.rlaxtent of this wonderful \industry the'rates .e 11
a lath /.]P. +H.'.Rolfs has been T in DeSoto cannot beportrayed. '
Pro county
: ,...,.rtllu:;:and"to"thb; ''''Association-to to > .. bas, she ??/
1 at this.time. referred to me. Tho authorities of the ; .. ;The great .prairies "and be 10thirnl' --
publish such a guide
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,'i f. :> Although practically Ovary,county university after consultation and dia- TWOAUTO ACCIDENTSBUT ,open timber lands are harboring hundreds
la at work,' or has the mono .In hand cusion have made the following interpretation of thousands of cattle living inluxury state >r

to build .its section of the highway, a of the i meaning.;and intent : upon the vast resources that ; :,
j J'I ri.. ,_ '.guide book Inviting tourist to'travsl of the laWI'"_ ,.: :':a ,' NO ONE )IS HURT IS PUYIMG'POPULAR represent a great..fatar* for DeSoto r- hat. .li'= .
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; :ovee'the. Dixie Highway, before next "The student shall have finished' a county; 'This fact acknowledges II growers .Qf. ,, .
would. result In the highway,receiving four-year high school in counties '-\ .***" i boasted that.'c ttte 'raising la South inl: ,
year
i a serious setback whero there is a senior high school or Two automobile acddente''occurrednear ''The new'!brick"road ,to Orlando Is Florida hasbeen demonstrated to ben Cuban PlneatV : .....>te..cifrc ?. :lsp.

l It impossible for .the 'present-to shall; have done work.which is equtia- the city last'Saturday,', but'in proving popular1' with J ftutomobiiist ( advance of any: other state In .the vast differenoVtntlM rates,and ..\."_
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l''f" give an accurate routine' of the Dixie lent to the work.accomplished in thefouryear neither was any on. badly hurt, the and especially on Sunday. Last country,. as it' I. backed by ft'never- It is not bellevad that th* "

7 , Highway, owing to the fact that there high school under the FlorIda occupants of the cars being merely Sunday there were between 20 falling supply of vegetation the year sufficient to.-'overcome v nduedotl\
are several questions of routing to be system of public education. The shaken up or suffering from slight and 80 Orlando automobiles on round,' such as no 'other/"sta"'.in,the mentioned, .DotT.rth.....,' { \ "
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. decided by the commissioners, appointed scholarship shall be good for a full bruises. the streets of Kissimmee and equally ' Union can 'claim. ? V":" admitted that !what baa ',IMe *

L by the governors of the various course of study, which is four full K. McPherson, who has charge of I as many from Kissimmee in theOrange With these facts confronting. ,the pllshed. by the league wile to.vonvs eaT."
I ; states. terms covering four years. the Edgewater Farms, and party of county capitaL The road was' multitude of ,people throughout''theUnited tent, lighten the burden O{ ther Florida III
have senior '
directors feel that the "Counties which no alive with all the States who are keeping/ growers and shippers of pineapples to 1
When the friends were en route to the city from cars during day, .
t, time has arrived when such a guidebook high schools'will be allowed to senda the :farms, when in some manner the going and coming. touch with. the cattle Industry of this those,particular: eastern,Mark.w.:V .
graduate of a junior high school or country, we point with pride to the i'An the, '
., which will contain only official steering gear of his Ford car went When the Osceola county part of recently aqounced by league
a student who had done work equiva- great per cent of our output as; .com the .Florida isneo
industry
pineapple
and accurate information regardingthe and the : 1 f'Ina
piled in the the road is !
the 10th grade. It wrong car was up completed the road will with the shipments from other
lent to completing pared prosperouatonditlondue

which highway it traverses and the, can territory be issued through so will be necessary for him to enter the ditch.thrown The out,occupants but none was of the hurt car exceptfor were is prove likewise even proving more popular.a goat. thorough The road I points outside the state and the conditions ily to.the effect of'imports. l*4..w primary.el1 .... '_
of
that it will be of real service to the practice high school department that make it more profitable .obstacles which art.encountered ,
a slight bruise or scratch. The fare for travelers from other counties this
for teachers and finish the elsewhere. This wonderful 'in.dustry
than
tho college In and is the
production it lntanv,
tourist, and not merely an advertising car was righted and found to be easily going through on long trips.
two of high school work before has been brought to. prominence .
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scheme published for private gain, an years repaired. After only a short delay thi.orgaalzatlonrtomake,; at--
, ho enter the university and take Orange county now preparing to through the untiring effort and ;
official guide, compiled by the DixieHighway can the to the forts ,1 ward,, obtaining: substonticl
party came city.
accredited the four years of college work. Whilein fill in the gap between Plnecastle and constant study of cattle raising by the concessions in theretm < other langs ..
( Association's own the high school here elementary Nelson Makinson and his sister, tho Orlando city limits. Tho water King Br th.rs. Parker Brothers, Seward markets ' :- ,''.. .... ( ,
will be published. II(
representatives Won't have local agricultural studies, shop work etc: Miss Virginia, were the principals in pipes have been laid to begin the laying and Wey W. W. Langford.and n" .I
I you kindly your will be allowed instead of Latin andother the other accident whuch occurred on of the cement curbs. others. :u -" '

in papers the interest give publicity of the to Dixie this Highway matter languages, just as in a technical the road to Loughman. They ,,.were President Copeland of the Alabama The possibilities of cattle raising, ; : *

movement? high school' so that he would be well also riding in a Ford which turned Paving company which has the con- especially in south Florida, are remarkable - .' . .. .. "
The Dixie Highway Association, prepared to take full advantage of over in a ditch, but were uninjured. tract for the paving of tho stretch of and is gradually being taken

V. D. L. Robinson Asst Secy. the regular college course when he They other were. brought to the city in an- road in Oseeola county from the Kis advantage of as well as noted,in- : FORNEWBRfCI :HO \ J

has taken these two years of-preparatory car.EXHIBITS simmee city limits to the Orange cress of attention to- citrus fruits and "* ' "" m a. "* "* '
high school work. county line, states that. his companywill vegetables. One winning feature }o ""WCONTRACiiS5MW '. .
. CITRUS GROWERS HOLD "Boys must be over 16 years of age start to work upon the road just alone jls the climate, which. stands B.'ii'lng; ana :Jf::'ai'< "Of e' .
before they can enter the Universityof FREAK. IN a. soon as Chairman Leslie, of the highest in excellence. The cjimate is Birmingham? representing>'> .,'t +
Florida according to the rules laid,; board of county commissioners re- so mild here throughout the winter barns Paving company aDd,fttoo1Gillespie. B.t ,

;': REGULAR MEETING down by the authorities. GROWTH OF PINEAPPLE turn. and signs the contract. months it is not necessary to provide of the same,company,:w.r,''.'+.
I Concerning the examinations, all shelter .for cattle, for they thriveonthe in' the. city:yesterday and signed ho, ?'H,

) that is necessary that the person giving pastures alone, throughout the contract with'Chairman I...'Leany-, ,>T ",
The Kissimmee Citrus Growers Assoslation. them be familiar with what a FLORIDA WILD GRAPE year. These.men have spent years of of the board of county oobmr ssioeere.*: '
rl,.1 which' is affiliated with the student should know after having com- J. W. Thompson 'exhibited a :freak study and research with a view to not' for the building of the brick rood from A I

I. l Florida Citrus Exchange, held ft meeting pleted the senior high school or if this week in the'growth of a pineappleof ; only raising hoof cattle, but to the I the city"limit of Klssimme. *',to,th* fM i .,
I last Saturday at which orders were there is no senior high school, after he the smooth cayenne variety. The PRODUCES MUCH FRUIT breeding of fine cattle, and we are confronted Orange county.lin. theret3oa thL'

I placed: for,a_Dumber, of small items has finished the junior high school. In fruit js flattened and spread out like with the fact,, that there is brick road to Orlando '"'VM'.,TVIU&v: *'e, .Y' ;
f of, equipment' such. ladders and pick one,of the counties the principal of I a fan, .on which there are thirtysixcrowds. *w>MMkM Be> not another section in this vast area <:Mr.' Copeland exhibited telgraav ft

' incoming g bags, eta, in readiness for the the high\ school will give-it. 1 would The in the The, Valley Gazette was presented more adapted to the raising of One he had sent to the Atlantic roast Lfae'frailroad .. : .I
season.Communications., suggest giving the eramination of pineacpie was grown this week with a branch of Florida cattle than is south Florida. ,Enormous stating that UM. 'contact had-,:,., .,'
Carter in St. ..
I Thompson '
'were read from for Instance gardenof wild vine W. C. realized hereIn been signed and the wag .
t about four subjects Cloud. The smooth varietyis grape by Mrs. Bass. profits can be right company: < ,
two- othef, large growers pledging grammar history. physical geography cayenne The vine was literally full of bunchesof DeSoto county and is being realized ready to beginwork''aa-aoon'. -J
said to be the finest and I
.." their fruit' to the association. Many } tho examination grown gets statement that railroad" placed switches at.'Merk r
I and algebra, and so. arrange grapes. I which bear out our
its from the fact that the leaves
inquiries were also received from other questions that. a student of rams : The fruit grew on a vine at the Les Florid* has many special advantagesover and the stock pens near the i w,.bonw<\.-"
t< members and the associa- are ,free from the saw points Whichare f of Mr.-Leslie north of I.. .. ..'
I" prospective average ability may take the mini ley.A Bass Canoe Creek ranch whereit the North the _ultr :
found other varieties.COMMISSION .
i tion now represents two-thirds. of the nation in all the subject in one day. "on covers the whole fence for quite a There are fortunes to be made here, Copeland stated'that the railroad !hadjt*1

II fruit in the -county. The questions might be gotten from distance and has also grown up into as,. hav already been, made, In this agreed to place the switches as ae. j
The matter of using lithograph labels sets used in former yean for teachers' AT' WORKSheri& the oak trees dear by. The trees and wonderful ._ by those. men I'". the contract was dgned.ie. s -.
: on the box head. instead J t the .examinations, copies, of'which: could fence are festooned with beautiful who have' enterprise labored for .
IRA : usual printed wood beads was taken doubtless be .found in your of fie*.' bunches of the fruit. -, 1 Its success." 'Every acre of this valuable ,Mr. and Mrs E.:"L.:Lesley and iam4;<:

I "" under advisement Under another cover- I 'am sending 'ON.THOMPSO'N'ESTATE The wild grape is too sour for eat land still lying open to such,industrial fly returned, Tuesday.:fromiHearfsrsonville : --;"

you -catalog which, ;explains the :: . ing purposes, but it is said to be ex-: ,operations means ,untold N. c.; "where'they'hav* b.MSspending '
L. P. Broadfleld. of Lakeland whoIs courses offered and the 'coat of board ,' I ceDent for making ollles,"pies; .t::;, wealth to the Investor. 'sev. [l.w.eks..' Mrs.>Leal y '1,".,._.
a trainmaster of the Atlantic CoastLine and lodging together .with an' esti L; H. Ingrant: made a.trip and children have,been'm H BdesesjKO'jlyille :
railroad was in the city on Wednesday mate-of the expenses for tho:school to; Whittler '.on; Monday carry;the ; Mrs. T.' C. Watson who has beenvitltinE I HEAD :fer an' extended stay,;and.'wWClJoined

":-i :r.. looking after the' interests' of 1 year. The ''regular1 dormitory;.-.Tate commission named by the court to partition her'mother MreaWO Thomas WANT MILLION "-?u utP there by Mr... Lesley _M ,
; hi. company.vj) .nurl at._ Cloud'wae in' t __ ..poken.f,.in Sec.*fl. of th. law. (page the estate Of.the'Jate;TommyTbompsouwbo on *
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\ \ t \... .. . . .O..o. .... .. 13 iinf catalog) is .128.60 ; ....died,"several' ;weeksgao Tuesday'en rout to her home in'Muf-' FRo "US .where they went to watch tha .111'
'which1;is:the aptonntthe':seboluship .' rJJ'? < '/'* l'(a;1----', '" CbThe berry Mrs. :Thomas' 'acomJl&nied'" ; F cATTI.E f ; a.tralnload. of.Osceoh. 'copnp.Iq '.
tr4 OUTLOOK.GOOD"/ : ' :: her to Kissimmee: V.; which Mr.
{BTSID1F38. :: / gives.-. . \ i"A""i. ,, \ 'eommissiotfI.composed'ef'RL; ?_ -frl r.., Lesley was ;:

"" .. ,+' .-.Good' timei'1n0"' + 11 trust this' give you 'coml.inI Icy Godwin. Av F.'*Kribbs Bass,,,Lewi* Whid- i -<>' ;W< W.; Carson and family moved ftDr vHeknsi MontC.; O,Robinson;rep- I", ji: y-Katxt.proprietor; ,of'tb. ".'N..tore .
';\, (- I. :T"polutb: ; MInnU. : ; formation on .the subject.and.wish .to! deni Judge G. F; and EdrHogao. this week 'from his' former home',on : tasontative' ,'a-Jarge"luckingcom- left Sunday for .
'.'the business world was the topic?* assure that any other suggestions! .:, They are:now;At_1IJ4rk'OIi'the < ; :
you .
11 Church ,.street to i the;.Smith 1 propertyon : pany of Chicago1! public the, eastern 'marketa.-;:Jds'\if, III
discussed delegates'* wo wjUl.be glad : estate preparing to.'aeUtbeo; property from
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:4 Informally by wet can ginsyoo, :toWishing Sumner street Dr. Carson recently i of. a cablegram Liverpool
"t .* from all j>ver. the'.United States?. do so ; 701tio .ifQ .'I II'&m and 'dividOt,'tho v '".-proceeds' "'among' -, the traded his property'to'<3r:= :F.< Fay sent a copy to' the Chicago office.asking that I mote ,, Philadelphiat New:,Y., eta ,
iuecea.lq heirs/- '
'+ attend theannual convention yon ,
here'to : .
. for thedair which' estimate be,made ot'colt.f "
h farm1Pl'Ope Von '
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: abo1at..tbree.wMb..U'; ;
:'+ of. the National ..loc1&,11on..of ?, ;y.'OUI'e''YeJ'7'ttolJ, , ' -: :.:. ... < 'I., (I. i..i. Pf.r.and Jimmie .lller left he had-previously:traded-t."fray. for 1,000.000 head of Americaabediat-<<: ., .J'.' i
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IV\ '+ ,Mercantile'Agencies. .MJI. { I :, :1I ;JL r.E.Y.Cole 1a "
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y .' motorcycles Tu. dar'2ot Coronado property in southern see.'Since Ue delivered Liverpool. <*+ 'j very .
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busmess ,
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V' J.XOlt; : of them, declared the -:; s that traded the to I- order iffused'sakiiRob'' tsoo ...... be en.aopt nu.fsieeds '
U' than ).,Miss';Verenft Fou..ara 1Iw, Beach.twbero'they-will spend a:leeaker >tirna Fay property I The / ; .
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brighter
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-'; 'Gazette need" of success;but after: the disadvantages THETICK'STOLt; ._ AND 'REMEDY' j; rL ...5. .' >1

: <,immee," Valley of last season it :is especially desirable that :' -_i-i ;OJ'The'eradicatlon .I S State Press com'tiietitVTUE } Said .J1i.

4 we' get:good crops :and good ,returns, for ; ,"of"the tick: inessential t "
h M* '|t Mlah.4 KVWT rrMai issimmee;
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About
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,Vllr Ua..tte sat lls. -K Ws ..'ITUu them. to:the development of,a sound agricultural: .. .. "

r : ]sate[ AMD H. O. vase' .AaNl W. 0-._ Many are discouraged because of limited system in"the South,", Live stock: ,is'esscnilal ,AMERICAN' PRECEDENT-; \ ,.. "' 'I

,.. .....00.... Ed/l.. sad et.s n potash supply, and;. strange to say;: are, to such a system 'With the tick out"of The' Florid' Times-Union say'? .. The-St. Cloud Tribune discussing the
. and entirely dif theyway/.the/ South can produce cattle free Under all th. recognized definitions; recent;bond election in Kissimmee s :
considering Trays means !
w M/ >.........U** ,Jaao-i I, n .
-i V:One't.... A............u....____ 1111W ferent from anything they ever'would have From many pf the handicaps.of, other sec there i. no legal blockade of German says: ,.:
; "IS Month .....___._____ 17{ ; porti-the law'',gives: us;:the right;to ,Ai'aD abstract proposition it U not v
,Thre.Months .--.......------- entertained before and on points ,that do tions. Land is stilllcheap and much of it mistakes" ;;:.
S difficulties ell our cotton to Germany, Of course, advisable to call attention to the .
7 ". ; > o alum: except from our authorisedvadtntm not present any whatever.It I. making no money for anyone. The pasture we bare the ,legaU'right, to ahip'" to of a neighboring city, for generally -
writer.it4
the
by
aim**
t is there to season is long feed can be producedat
an impulse
as though were numberof
called in Holland and sufficient
l matter: will not be rtnrnd nnUM consignees Belgium, theN are a
tear up all the guy ropes keeping uprightthe minimum cost, and only inexpensive'shelter but England denies'this because of a mistakes in one's own city to )Keep;

''' "iter4..la' the'Po.tofflo. In Kllmm. Blonde flagpole bearing the banner "Success"in .is required. precedent accepted by her under. the the average editor busy rectifying

p '. >nd-.lK*( matter.. the excitement'of seeing just one of them The tick, however, sucks from every ani- decision of our supreme court. This them, but the failure of the people of :

t / ' RIDAY AUGUST 20, 1915 grow weak, and it in despite the expressionby mal on which it lives blood that could be rule has not been accepted as interna- Kissimmee to vote bonds on Saturdaylast I

V 1' ,, careful thinkers of the opinion that the sold for meat or which would go to make tional law by any other power, but to build a bridge across the arm

l weakened stay has sufficient strength to milk. stands by agreement between the of the lake was a mistake of such

.i ,''" ,:f J!=L nEB FAVORS KISSIMMEE bear all the strain coming upon it. The tick irritates cattle, gives. them Texas United States and Great Britain! The grave importance that we feel justified -

J -:- Why is this? If we throw all in confusion I fever, and keeps them from turning grass British lawyers, supporting the BritIsh in mentioning it.

;'A;Belcher, of Miami, one of.tho Dixie can we expect else than that our and feed into flesh and milk. view against the protests of the Six yean ago the writer served on a
4 for Florida is president state the thus ascertain the cost of
case : to
ghway Commissioners committee
proud banner will topple to the ground? The tick, therefore, in ;getting a large
of his idea to make As regards America in particular building such a bridge, the number of
in favor
: I ,.. .,:Arguing route then And ;when we see it lying in the mire of proportion of every pound of cattle feed it must be remembered that during the miles saved in traveling from that city

8simmee to Melbourne: I II Failure, what shall we blame, the circumstances used in the tick region. civil war the federal states applied to Cloud and the swing to the
to St. ,
I' branch of the
:route of the Western the Corferedates a blockade of great
I of the weakened guy rope or our The tick, by compelling the enforcementof in building a hardsurfacedroad
he 1Io3v rity. The British government although county
letter written recently
In
t' I .T, hway. a own indiscretion costly and annoying quarantines, addsto urged repeatedly to protost paralleling the railroad track in

1 r d:* I Our crops need the same care they have the cost of getting cattle to outside mar against a course which many authorities -!place of the old cemetery road now

t e y maintain\ that the route should be dl.t needed in the past. The European war is kets. Ticky cattle are worth less at home still consider to have been an un- in use. At that time the people of
extension the
; precedented of theoryof
Gw' sect as possible and from the data we have not influencing their requirements in the and bring less in the quarantine pens at blockade declined to interfere. It Kissimmee were practically a unit for ,

:IJ rikes me more feasible to take the route least. The war prevents our giving them the packing houses than free cattle. Ticky Is a matter of history that the effective the bridge and the short road, and
m.'Melbourne; to Kissimmee, Orlando, blockade was a most material and what the reason for this change of
: as much potash as heretofore, but now that cattle cannot be transshipped and must go important factor in the final victory
4 y' ;( burg, Ocala, Gainesville and to either the question has developed all authorities for immediate slaughter. Free cattle can of the North. The policy of the fed- feeling may be we are at a loss to

v : ,9 1.:0.:,. City or Live Oak, going north into unite in the assurance that the grower need I be transshipped to markets where pricesare eral government involving 0.. it did an understand. Certainly the people of
ti 0e0rg. taking the best road, which you extension of the then recognized meth- Kissimmee can not be opposed to
., feel no uneasiness as to this. They do not, higher or can be sold as feeders. Ticky ods of blockade, was necessary if the building hard-surfaced road connect-
and a
y direct branching
is the most
see however, advise radical changes in other cattle bring only what the local packinghouse principle was to be effectively preserved that with St. Cloud. They :
.',f this I would have tributaries leading I ing city
:5i .
,
itfrom to offer. The difference in
: matters.It cares
.. that to build road parallelingthe
., south. To crush the Confederacy the United i know a
.. ibt and to the
,. : conservative who i price between ticky and free cattle runs
is the steady, grower railroad track will decrease the
States secured the assent of England -
-
rt4Thiat weiAnd the
,'t through ]rtpresentte ] it holds fast to established principles BO far from % to 1 cent a pound, or ;f5 to flO a to a violation 0f the law as it distance between the two cities at
and
"I' ?'tI. .rpa by following as circumstances allow, and who gives his head. I then stood. Now that same violation least two and a half miles They know
'If' '{1t''l-.. .. . hit1fi the most direct no one can say the road
" ; crops every care in the way of tillage and The tick' kills imported pure-bred1 stock must be accepted as a precedent for that fifty vehicles pass over

' "". i* >, .'jlihat.the commissioners are biased or that spraying, that will succeed. "\Ve are obliged -; and thus makes' it hard for the South to denying a market to the cotton of the every day, and that means one hun-

,,favoritism enters into the choice. to try the experiment of using ]less potash raise allY but scrub cattle. The bunks do South while the other sections find a dred and twenty-five miles farther of

I .) I .\ F>This"route can easily be tapped at Kis- but let us not take needless) ihancen. not J like to lend money on cattle in the market for their products, having already travel, the use of ten gallons of gas
with road to Arcadia or Fort oline and a half gallon of oil by the
.f" Lmmee a booked orders worth fifteen hun-
r If, for financial reasons, some of us must ticky country, although they are glad tohelp
't'' well from Tampa and they can dred millions of dollars to'' autos that make the trip over what
tyers as as according
.
.'. counties
r ... apply less fertilizer than usual, we can at fanners in tick free to buy
,, and the the calculations reached after would be used traveling the proposednew
: their share of advertising a careful -
I...., t_ :.. 1: get least have what we do apply available and pure-bred animals and develop the duiryyjg road, to nothing of the time
finish the road. by the New York Sun! say
-f dpledgea are sufficient to inquiry
:; from congenial MOUN'e8.Ve tan till the and cattle' ( -raining lllhIHtl' ('H. The tick, by consumed in traveling this extra dis-
For the interests of the
fifty
'
;If/ '\ .. \1a'ampa\ and St. Petersburg are pledging soil to give the roots greatest freedom and making it unprofitable to raise cattle on South were years crushed to the advantageof tance. And further the people of Kis-
Florida route
.'!kheir support for a central the within and ('I'oppf'd farms tats down the manure know that would be
to make the most of stores sup special interests in other sectionsby simmee it a sav
i : :1I\. If route and most
: ' BO Why not make it a central we can by intelligent spraying Iren'ntdrain ply and reduces the fertility of land and the high protective tariff. Just as ing of twenty-five thousand dollarsin
.
' . idirect.. It has been said that I favor a'route
, this road with brick en-
on the trees and plants from insects production per acre. some alleviation of this injustice has paving new
if I :_ .... ,: ] via Cape Sable on up the west coast stead of the old and longer route.
":" and diseases and secure a high ertentage; The tick, by keeping down farm profits, been found the occurance of a war
;it.;;; ,'C !',toKisslmmee.' I do favor a route that way of 'fancies" from both grove and garden. keeps down the value of farm land. The in Europe is-made the excuse for an- Knowing these things, the people of

*, : 'Bn t a later period, but not now and there i iI is other crusade against the South in denying Kissimmee yet voted against the
After the crops are made, the battle ih tick is an enemy to the farmer, the merchant -
,I : also being advocated a road to be know her a market for her chief shorter road.
"Pro crop
( hardly half won, for the marketing can the banker, and the people of the
11 which theGladcs What's the matter with the people
as the Tamiami Trail crosses -the federal government being always -
a ,* at Fort Lauderdale or :Miami that easily turn a seeming success into failure. South. the instrument whereby injusticeis there? Are they traveling backward T
11 Florida never experienced a time when There is no need to support the costly
done. Or, are they just standing still jump-
Dixie
to do with the Highway.
:,eu vth ijnothing there such dire need of in tick. One-third of the tick-infested districts -
: was co-operation We could protect our rights today ing up and down in the shade of those
r separate proposition. placing her products. It is vital that even of the Houth have prtfved that it is by proclaiming an embargo, but this beautiful oaks on Broadway? Let us

. 'Cairo, Gserving distribution be secured" new markets opened easy to get rid of the tick forever and to must not be done, because then New hope the progressive citizens: of that
GOOD ONE
>- Thos : SfyAflTA and a certain standard of quality main- I build up a great and profitable cattle in- England and the middle states could city will yet see their way clear to

/ HissesGladyi it the hon" ""*"" tained. dustry. All that is needed is for the I people not fill their orders for war supplies build that much needed bridge, even

tllianPr Cloud ta f' Alice r er'' SM Maklnson has adopted a trey of to legitimate and defense we mercenaries who outvoted them at the
I do this, and it is short-sighted indeed in I States Department Agriculture get proper
dti ,for it ttie Bell n The plan is that of anyone to try to work the matter out : together, and dip cattle must tax ourselves for a system of bonding election. Kissimmee t is a
ing aom atton, Meed grower or expert preparedness that will furnish another good town and deserves a better fate.
sine' single handed. The marketing problem Dipping cattle. in an arsenical bath will .
Hg ddkaa flt each meeting market for the interests that --v*
"lufTnfti011 has grown far beyond, the capacity of the I kill the ticks,and enable the animal to give now The first shipment of cattle the

uponthesubj Ch .he growing and mar- Individual grower. Co-operation is imperative more milk 'or to' put on flesh and bring a dominate the government to secure a present season, now on hand, was i

,. w hoing of some spl?nJe crop,' followed by an ; and the' sooner all recognize it the, better price ,in the .meat markets", denial' the of law our] right The to'protection agreement that un.der made July 22nd, when a train of nineteen -, '

D' n discussion byJlhe members better will be the general results. Less than 50 cents a head covers the en' starved-.the'South. fifty la carloads (about 550 head) of .''* M':5
"- constructive years ago .
f .Th1$ $ort'of for /is It1 iseducational.1' tire cost of erecting dipping vats' in the revived ; Oaceola prairie cattle left for St. :.;oI\:;'; '
to starve the 'South
:1 of interchange : : again Louis Md. to'be sold ,,", I
It is(productive an counties* supplying arsenical baths for all on 6pen marketat
without being law and
: of'ideas thajt must prove beneficial. A western railroadhas a passenger accepted as that city by the National Live Stock .
cattle and paying the dipping inspectors.The without a pretense of right!!
f" Jt :,/ThV,,,truckers' have: ] realized as have all agent seeking passenger traffic who has the individual owner's share of this' 50( o Commission Company. This is the

r ijt :t>tlie 'lines''pf business endeavor that no appropriate name of W. E. Hunt. cents will] be small. The immediate Miami Metropoli predicts that 700- first time that cattle from this section
very 000 tourists will visit Florida have ever been sold openly by com-
'live conduct his life work in.utter'disregard during
i a .w .man can and -: :- i
it is estimated
"i profit to owners, conservatively mision merchants fruit
the ; as is handled.
coming winter. Come on, tourists!
i, <_. Et \ ( of his fellows. No man Local cattlemen ought to get good pricesfor ,will 4.50 head.
f4. be from to $9.50 a "We're wearing our hearts away for The results of the shipment will be
r i i /can 'do his work 80 well that sotneone else their beef cattle if from the I
: :; reports When the tick has been dipped out, the you."-Tampa Times. ; watched by cattle men of this county
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{ r !,cannot'tell him how he may improve that markets are true. The latest report declares farmers can combine to import purebredbulls i with interest.It

i i ..: .. work;"and accomplish more and better re- that England is seeking to purchasea which, with native cows, will produce Editor A. P. Jordan, of the Punta' is reported that a larger numberof

t :I ( ;\: million head of beef cattle in Americato better stock and increase the yield of beefor Gorda Herald, has served hi. term as' cattle will be shipped from this

': ''I :ttf' :,1. The\*.truckers will reap untold benefits feed her armies now engaged in the great milk and butter fat. pure food inspector and has retired point the forthcoming season than

: . 'k.tro:' \.thelrlew plan and we wish to corny European war. With the tick out, spund farm manage from the office. Although we have i went out of here last year. Kissimmee -
.... ' never held a public office, we know is already far the
.. pllment them their action in adopting biggest cattle
.. \!\ upon
idle lands and
h,. :- ment, that uses pasture how to sympathize with a man who :
center in the state and
. ftythisr'ntet.aod of making their meetings promises well
The editor of the Lakeland waste products, keeps up fertility, and per- has to depend a weekly
!.tI met ; more than a formal gathering MorningStar upon newspaper to be one of the largest, if_ not the) }l
: 'aon mits all-year profitable use of labor becomes during these strenuous timesas
by n.len, of lid .members. is a preacher, but that didn't influencehis war largest iu the Southeastern states. t
.
: use of modern slang in writing a head possible. Forty acres with cattle his "only visible means of support. Florida Farmer and Homeseeker. J
r t nt1N if/tRegrowers, ; will follow up this line about the suicide of a minister who free from ticks will produce!' as much as Arcadia Enterprise. -+- .:
.phayh )v1th''another in the matter of co-op- -+- "A solid trainload of cattle nt
r;. .. 60 where cattle out the w ..t
'" ... was accused of murdering a fifteen year acres are kept by The hope is that the Adam story
', i0 .0.. the g1'"tJg and marketing of out from Kissimmee on Tuesday, 's
:_ we"BhQ. old girl. This is the way he put it: "Sky tick.The will stand. We prefer to believe that bound for Richmond "
,
organization Tex.
/:>their cfcops ee the says the
.
arsenical bath into the
Pilot Kicks Off With Piece of Leadpipe." puts pocketsof he was,enough of a gentleman to doa Kissimmee Valley Gazette. In
. develop jnto| a for good which canQ" the
; pewer
the farmers the heavy cost of the tick'sincessant the woman wished him to.--Clearwater train
.' meal. It costs the South $50- Sun.
,
t'j' .. .. The Florida of Jacksonville with nearly a thousand cattle. The
) r ,, Metropolis, ,
Q" 000,000 a to feed the tick.
"j. year
shipment was made to a why is ,
; AWARD SCHOLARSHIP celebrated the first anniversary of its Sun- In two Jacksonville papers there is man I
; 'r ; ;': jBHOUtSp day issue last The Every county,, as soon as it 'has dippedits a total of 76 aplications for permits said to be a firm believer In Florida
morning
Sunday. paper cattle is in line to and live stock
f develop dairying to sell wine and beer under and has already several
liquors
, 1 :;'\"/ l' tij t JThe last session of the legislaturewisely was filled with expressionss of congratu-. meat raising and take its share of the ?50 the provisions of.the Davis. law. It head grazing on his lands at Rich- '1!r
r ; .
\'" ''enacted<< ;.a,,law giving the county commisIl lations from its readers and business men. 1 000,000 increased revenue possible in the is just possible that they may be able mond, which is a place near Houston.

;'. t" o >ers of the several counties of the state Like, all the other issues of this Sunday tick-free South. t?, supply the demand under the new Florida is raising and shipping out ,"

'iim' opportunity to award, scholarships in morning edition it was a good one"filled You can free your county from this pestin style of dispensing booze soon to be cattle: at a good rate nowadays and 't

.j :agricultural department of the Univer- with live, readable ,matter and well pat! one year. Do it this year. A letter or in vogue.-Palatka News. the industry is steadily &'r wlne.- 1

r, ,4ty'of'Florida'; These scholarships in ronlzed by the' merchants;of Jacksonville. postal card addressed to the Secretary of A West Florida-+- Florida Times-Union.
carries in V ,
paper o
:,,money.value represent 1128.50, which pro- -; Agriculture Washington D. C. will t.'
large type at'the top of its first page The farther the war rone moves to' ,
4+., .: $ivvidesboird, and lodging for the student at Florida[, sensation hunters employed on promtly bring full information.. the following, "If you are contem- the eastward the stronger the call of

+ i?...-.ctirrenttate&a Tuition is free. the ''newspapers and otherwise.can't,.; keep ..... . plating buying; home it will pay you the simplified speller appeals..PRUDENTIAL > :'

' J1; ."Xt'Is likely that the county commission- the peninsula state:out of the :war news. Henry Ford, of automobile,, fame, has to come to --'__. .In looking over j jA jI

r "1;|;era.of .Osceola"county will consider the ap- First there were rumors of a German wire- started a movement for less eating Henry the paper to see what the town has ,

ii::1;pointment:pf. a student from :this county less station hidden in the:wilds of :South probably figures that if a man will reduce to offer the. homeseeker we find just i.

'f: -at; ,their, next session.! It is to be hoped Florida:, then(Tampa' "discovered",a Mexican the amount of his grocery; bill for about three home ads, one being a realtycompany i .

"f.' -it tjtheY''W,1U.declde, to name an Osceola filibustering.expedition. on an island six months he-will be able to.buy a:"Ford 1 another a title company and II -

fa.tCCtU.lltybo1..torthe; ; :; course. This depart* off the""COast..No. : ;,a.+*'real, lire:Germanspy" machine. a pressing club. Now' who in thunder i

_lent of our. State'University has ,done, afMtfrork ;:has been captured in Tallahassee.:. _.. would want' to buy.ji,.home in a.. town "
. '
.. < f that; did not have a store in It!
\;, ,:%' ; in,the:cause of cleptlAc' farm - .' fi iu JJi i r '('" ,-...,:"\\'ot'!' .. JThe.Lumber Trade'Journal. of New Orleans . a Suuth Florida..'cemetery, is livelier Why,

r'.u ;;and its work"can";:.be made even';more Tom%':Townley? ,'who'was a:resident.ofKisfrimmee : for''July,;15'andthe; :; ;-. Hannfacturers t.hQnch' town se'that.::-WanchulaAdvocate. : '' $, !MAS TMS fo

.'f" . ctfre' through.this..act. ',- ';,' ,, I many years ago,.,is now.',spending Record,"Dalt1more.tot.lts"ediUoax-: .Au ..'., 'r'-"L: .' STRENGTH OF ': e :

':; r 'some;time in Dawson City;Alaska.;;;?Jle gust;12 ;;CO ta1tl',a::favorable':article ;deacribtngYthe ;-: ;- -'-, V ' H > A s GIBRALTAR ',>

r r "Jj f :ISITTimely I ,' TFADYI,;; WrnF ATr .,.. sends\,the;Valley Gazette ,as .copy'-of the .Wcod-tex 'brick, receritly i Invented With fully" :one-half: .our''land de;

,( ( '''f:< 'i ': ::" 4; ... : Dawson Dally:News,''whicb/makea us,wish.w6 .by.''J.; 'Wade Tuc Cerjofthis-city, : : fence f oree represented in the national

01 1, ;and well wiittdttwial rite the following \ ,were in"tie1 publishing:bwriness": there, written by: Pearce on:, Glascock. ,This.isgood 1 guard*mlliti It is ceased aboutti.tS boa m. that term: the-ot covert.ridicule. .word

taken. 'ro'Fioride''Grower. even"'if theweather.Ia'aomewhat" ; 'cold'int ', advertising that'is of Talus: to Kissinv ,. ( .: -t-,

'.0( ..,............ ,_.tlTMUM. ,"W.1't_ :,,-: ,,,': .e'winter.. ':' .,:TheDaily" ,'':News'Bell, ,at;25enntapereopy mee* The Record:for the same' date,men*' ,"A-DOOBL' "in\busliJess: '-,-rl-d .-war" -

k <. fItdd s.ipbowTtepro .... aatiier'c ,..... : or 1 Loopet month by car tions the ,awarding: of,the contract,by'theOcoeoia ; taint is just now. a bUssing.;,.This is

crop I 1// ........ ; i ,for,leaxUp* irooju 4 steel yro- ACME WvAft,
j > 1/1101, 'N .do 'iAOts; ted tiles copy and. 91,00..:....." per'. ,IDODtb.b.J'. : .,maXU 4 11 11 ,w"_.-,.Be, W brick. -... ."'1 '.., .. .",". %> ?...A. ."t. .d II: ,"'*"*< ...: ..- ;,(( -" ,. +ial Cs t.Wl.t.
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' c;F.: !HOW TO;RAISE STRAWBERRIES MARE. :MONHYWIL BE ,1 : :,' r i,

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r.t'h: ":"" : INSTRUCTIVE, TALK.AT REGULAR'MEETING GOOD AFTER THE-WAR H '..... '\. .

r.: ;' :" ', OF'ASSOCIATION, =GROWING PEPPERS, AND ENGLISH.PEAS' ., ,- .tfJ. . ', "
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Ihtl\. \{" "' < TO.BE ,SUBJECT, AT: ..NEXT MEETING: : :. '*. :
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t..ti ( "i -.... a; -""'; : ,,,: Ieeth'' tl! 1..., n'
:,'i'' V'Strawberry culture was that a topic! eofains'.three. -per cent ammonla'six "Florida naval stores and lumber will as f Swell: so 'you can readily' WEHAYE;

for -discussion at the 'meeting of, the per cent phosphoric acid and about 10 ultimately be the means bringing they will naturally turn to America j) .' ; i
Osceola Fruit and Truck Growers Association per cent potash.! vast wealth into the state, according as, a place where tMeanbuUd: up, :
held in the city council: hall "When the gathering'season comes to W. D.- Manley, president ',of, the new homes, at. less'cost than will ,be.necessary . ". 1r
should betaken in Bankers' Financing' Company, 'who to reconstruct the old ones, "., ; ," ". 7Yd ; '
last Saturday. The speaker' was C. on great care Sftt:!- l 1 '1'La' 1'\\
H. demonstration picking the fruit. Break off the fruit waa' here fro'm'.Atlanta yesterday' wiped out by;the war."f : fiae '
Baker agricultural coaaectioa with Hardware .
:
a
attend the concern's organization .'Good Class of Immigranta., .oar ; eaiiy
to leave Have ; ,
for so -as- the stems on.
agent The next Orange meeting county.to be held Sat-, two grades only the large and small. meeting, says the Florida TimesUnion. The:'class,of immigrant we wig'get Eae of furairaro., .We, Make a sp.c1.N7.otMthg. , i. .wi'.,,,. -
Call the big fancy and will In addition to sounding this/ wll lalso be' better than we have' 'handle:' reliable'! '
urday August 28, 'Will deal with pep- ones you : .:1 "
Mr. declared: bad heretofore -they,will be the best ,
optimistic note Manley
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and C. M. get more money for your crop than ., .
,
EnglUh.peas. Berry t
pers ,
that '. send us.,; < : ,
a successful grower.at Sanford, and a by,dividing: it into more grades.The that the end of the European war.will Europe can possibly "
Mr. Wilkinson, of Lakeland, who Is a fruit will show a tendency to dwindle bring a vast horde of immigrants to, They will be valuable' citizens to this BedRoom, :Room. Furniture Dinj _
trained ,: ,
Amerira who will make business country in time, We will ret
grower of pepperS on the East Coast, in size as it Js picked and when Oils greater .
will be asked to address the members develops it is wise to apply from,.100 development possible. agriculturalists, artisans of different Suits 'Kitchen Outfits P
'The war is bound to end within I kinds-people who will come to strive ,
of the association. to 150 pounds of.nitrate of soda to the .' ,
Mr. Baker's talk: at the meeting: last acre.. When the berries are sanded the next few years, at greatest and I and mane the beat of. their aurround-I lor Suits. Odd 'Chairs\ R'
and, the the best method Ip to wash them in with its close 'will come the work of ings. The opportunities over .. ,
helpful '
a one
Saturday: was the ruins well as I aregoing to be far beyond .
voted resolution Ice water. rebuilding as. high Couches
unanimously a I Etc.
, growers taxation for the of those we,nav ever had before t ,
of thanks to him for his effortsin "If you want to get the best results people coun- anythl1lC\\ ,
their behalf.In from shipping have 'enough acreage! tries affected, he said. "Right there iIfI'
044'0044000/ ..... 'eta n'
Is where the United States is going to
opening his talk, Mr.; Bakor stated to be able to ship in large quantities.This .I LAKE' "
j that there was a great difference in can be done by co-operation: scone and begin to procter by leaps o' COUNT OAt ': TU store,U saaklaf 'a record for:itaLir,lie atmlMr
POLK
I and bounds. In fact, the opportunities .
the Then t ''
berries for local markets and among growers. pick your
growing
' in producing them for shippIng. He fruit and pack it with care. are going to be so great (or money- 000..00000000.000000.00.. .. ,helpiaf.peopl* to:wtZt hoaiea. Co e,aad,see.; \\Oar.9Mfsn '

devoted his talk to the/ growing of "Luckily the pests which attack I making that the American investor a meeting!*' of 'the i Commercial: right ti G.
and business will have to be if
berries for shipping, as he understoodthat strawberries arc few. There is a fun- conservative man to avoid in very too Association Saturday.evening it was I
.the berry growers in this section gus trouble that shows itself in leaf going decided to change the name of the organization 1
"T" were interested in this branch of the spots. The best way. to treat this Is deeply. to the Lake Hamilton ;
subject. to pick off the leaves which show the Lumber and Naval Store j Board of Trade. The following: officers TOOLS FOR ENGINE

"Strawberry growing is a business," disease and burn: them. If cut worms "In the work of reconstructing the were elected to serve the ensuing
said Mr. Baker, "to which.the grower attack the plants fix'a preparation of devastated cities of Europe, which the I ;year': U. S. Martin, president, reelected ,
becomes attached. If he gives to it paris.green and bran with a little war has laid waste, American and ; McCullum, vice president; IL R. No matter.what kind of 'am Engine yea lan CM,.

the attention that he will when he sweetening. Place this along the rows Florida lumber and naval stores will ] Mosnat, secretary, re-elected; Craig Railroad or Stationary' Earl*.,;.;.w* fcavf eiactif ,to TMB
be needed and will find that
and the cut will you your treasurer. Board of directors: Led-
he will worms soon disap-
into it thoroughly,
once goes trade is to exceed anYthing need la everyday" work .:Wreaches ? '
become so well acquainted with his pear. export going -I don. Latham! Wagner, E. D. Tison, your NaumanOWre'r. +
plants that he will have real affection "The three best varieties of berriesto ever contemplated. Owing to Wilcox. The next meeting will be all of lie best quality,aad worloaaaship, sad! at prices that.

for them just as an orange grower plant in Florida are the Missionary your state's convenient location and next Monday evening. surprise ,... Thi store has tho repntatioa of: luuidbtf' .
the Klondike and Excelsior. Of your admirable seaports it will be possible The Ladies Club met with Mrs.
has for his trees.
hardware that .Is"of aIit7aacI you will stairs, s119
superior M
these the Missionary seems to be the for Florida to engage in ship- Reed Ramsay Friday afternoon; and ; ,
Mr. Baker said the he would follow ment of these necessities to the foreign take la coming her NOW'and Inspoeffaf our big toekv .
had and ;
favorite. a pleasant profitable .
' the ideas of A. A. Lewis, Polk and very .. ...,. . .
market with greater profit ..
Mr. Baker answered many questions meeting. _
in talk- "
I ing county of strawberry demonstrationagent growing. Mr.} Lewis for the growers during the meetingand facility than any other state on the I' ''About twenty-five couples attendeda ,' flJ
the morning.proved to be a very Atlantic seaboard. The depression party given at the hotel Saturday "
has been growing strawberries for while the war is on, will be insignificant the Misses Craig. Several
interesting one to those who attended. I evening by
; twenty-one years and is a recognized compared to the activities after Hardware
from Winter haven and Halnes City Osceola 'CompaSummer
l the subject, having re .
authority on the fighting is over. i were in attendance.Mr. ( f
read at a meeting jf
cently a
paper _
, the demonstration at Gainen- 000044 "There is no doubt but that our im and Mrs. Carpenter have re.
ville. In all his agents at O migration will also go up by leaps I turned to their homo in Kansas City, h _
twenty-one yearj < SPROUT POTATOES 0 and bounds just as soon as the war- and in a few weeks they plan to go .
| strawberries Mr. Lewis made
I glowing .> FOR FALL CROP ring European countries begin to levy' to California to attend the expositions: .
failure and last
only one
a year
year I
0 0 taxes per head to' pay off the' enormous thu ,
.
I had only half a crop so that really 6000..1The .. '
OO.OO''O' debt that is now accumulating. . Mr. and Mrs. Mosnat and familyand
; he made a success of his crop nineteen I IconditIons estimated that his mother Mrs. J. E. Mosnat, of
It has been roughly ,
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' out of Mr. best seed potatoe for Florida II' .
years twenty-one. ? each and will have to Belle Plain Iowa, Sunday at .r ;
every person spent I ,
Excurskxi Rates
Baker said that this record was aremarkable are to be had from native oiS :
pay the government $72 for these the home Mr. and Mrs John D.1
one and rarely, if ever stock. Farmers! of the Central states __
I This will I
is declared. Clark
when Waveriy.
taxes
near \
the of other In the habit of north- peace
equalled by are obtaining .
grower any
hit the who is able to The addition to school house VIA I
crop. I; ern grown seed, because they do bet- not only man new the 1 .t ,
Is bout' .-
stand it but the washerwoman", completed
A few of the points made by Mr. ter, i ljut when one gets as far from the poor 'ATLANTIC' COAST LINE I

Baker in his address may prove in- potato belt as Florida, other ccSnpli- . . _-. '
teresting. They are as follows: I cations arise. Potatoes, like corn and I = STANDARD U.ROAlf01f TIIESOUTHI: J; ,<"< .
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"Th-re ii something more to grow-' oats, have to adjust themselves to the '" ),
FROM t
ing strawberries than putting the climate and soil, before they will do %
plants in the ground. well in most Cases. Acclimatization WALL PAPER; SALE I coy

"Deep soil Ii not needed. A gray,I usually requires several generations.C. KISSiM \.V. .
brown or sandy loam la'best, but the K. McQuarrie, state agent for the Commencing August 2nd and Contiuning .. ; : : : ,
of Florida Extension .Division '
be such that admits of University "'
must F
ground .
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continuous and perfect drainage. It I is of'the opinion that the soil to August 31ft, We' Will Offer'for Sate : $41'.66 NEW YORK ";50i: $ ,, r Y
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PHILADELPHIA
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$44.44"v',
is too hot for northern grown seed and $41.65
should be underlaid to .
sustain the moisture.By Strawberriesare hardpan. I that they.j-ot readily when subjectedto 5000 Rolls; of Wall Paper From"J to 5c. ( $S&65 WASHINGTON $65.25'f'' ,.;;, ' '" ,i, '

surface grower I conditions which differ radically Per Roll Even Though You Do-Not Intend -, I$3L65',CINCINNATI $9643,,SAN 144'> .
from those under which they t1.' ,ti
were
"No bard and fast rules can be laid, { :'i,
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down for the strawberry grower. grown. Even where the spring crop to Do Your Papering Now. This, Witt.Be . 'Excursion!; ,rates to various points 'furalshe id..;oa.
oral rules only caD.be given and Gen-I' was planted from imported seed, the Sold dally until.September 1Ot.-f*
:
perience must tell the' grower potatoes have aequlreaa small degree ,.the :Tune, to, Buy Your Paper.' We'v" : : .
* is best in his own individual.eas.. ,'" of resistance.'.,In fact the spring crop Cordially Invite You "to Call and Inspect STOP-OVERS; FAST TRAINS, AT

;A, ' "The first thing to do is to got.the is a very good source of seed., I : ., .. ", .' .- DININl1.AHB- \ ffj".,
It is best to i..lectamaApotatoes '
!' y\;". .' ground It, Is ,well from the size of hen down for Our Stock.Orlando .. ,. \ ': Reservation O".f Informatien "sail'.a''uiMr: .
For >>
' v': M--" ,". ., jhe'previous growing on the a egg ','1' v f , .
'.'.'. -J <" ground .easo .....Tum the fall crop and to plant them whole, . "" "' ' Tickef ", ,'. :I
ut. 4r" .,
I 'Paint & Co. ,
because if larger ones... usod they Wall Paper -
this under- after limestone has f
been crop about to two tons must be cut and the cut surface is a : "X Jl BEAZLEZ; T, P, A:; : k . J.vG.vKIBKLAKO.. '.D.
to the applied acre., Get the one ground well source of contamination. The wet \ : phoat zei ORLANDO'FLORIDA 205 s. Oru*. Aye' : -' 'TAJrIPA.,FIAT, 4e ;; ,

weather induces As fur- I .. _
worked -until it is almost AS fine as a rotting a w"t
garden bed. ther precaution in obtaining a good . >e M 4o 4

"The next thing is to get good crop Mr. McQuarrie advises that the -;-- -' ,. 5I
plants. The strawberry is a trans- potatoes be sprouted before they are

planted crop, coming from the north, planted. Place them on a barn floor CHEER UPThat
just as the orange is transplanted or in some other sheltered place where '
here from the south. It is best to get I they will have diffused light but not I Potash l I ,
plants from tho north early in the' direct sunlight. Allow the sprouts to Tired U euPP1Y,
year and set them out to get runners become a quarter to a half in long. Grouchy Feeling given an incentive to look
to be planted later in the year. A' When the potatoes are planted they Means a Lazy LiverLIVVEIfLAX "
thousand plants under most circumstances -; will continue growing, and the losses more,thoroughly into plaint+nutrition

will produce enough runners from imum.rotting will.be reduced to a min'I will clear you out, with view to utilizing producta at hand to the ve y: .
and to set out an acre of
ground.plants Mr. McJuarrie warns against buy-, and make you feel fine and' dandy beat purpose. The result of bur,"effort*'along thU.line f la "

"From two weeks t>*a month after ing just any kind of potatoes. Some I gain. It is- Just as effective as calomeL -
the plants have act out about 800 farmers obtain their seed from the; but has none of its well known Florideal Results-Less
pound. of a high grade chemical fer- groceryman's stock of eating potatoes.As disagreeable after effects. .* Fertilizer-Equal Potash ;
tilizer should be drilled in to the a rule these are not good potatoesand LJV-VER-LAX eliminates poisons '
acre. If this i is done the plants will 'should be avoided, in the first cleanses,the system, and relieves constipation It i* to carefully blended that where land-it properly prepared weIIputi!!b *'

produce finer, firmer fruit which; will' place because they are of unknown in a thorough but pleasant "- against any fertilizer mixture of same ammonia and phosphoric add<

carry better to the markets. Either strain and have not been cared for as manner. A little 'taken regularly, k tent, regardless of percentage of potash.; Send for particulars W
the single or double row system can seed potatoes should be, and furethr means consistent health -and no doc-
be used as the grower: thinks be t. because they may not be acclimated to tor bills.
Good shallow cultivation should be the conditions of that section. Someof Guarantee. Every bottle bearingthe Wilson &.ToomerFertilder'Co. f

kept up after the plants are set. I the best potatoes for Florida are the likeness of L. K. Grigsby guar
. "As the bloom comes on it is best: red bliss or triumph, rose number, anteed to give satisfaction or your Jacksonville n ; ,f.
to put on from 1000 to 1200 pounds' cobbler, and Lookout Mountain. The money will be returned., For sale herein Florid. f "
of fertilizer to the acre, side applica last two have done particularly well 50c and $1 size bottles at Oceania f

tion. The best fertilizer is that which in the state Pharmacy. 33-4t .
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FRIDATAUCUST: 20 1915; ,',/; ,.
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.. ? #' I 'Nb'Nltrsery' Tree. ,: Is a ,First Clas1r..i" /K :'
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Tree Unless; Budded From Bearing
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1 of Known and '. ,;
--i 'y Trees Quantity Quality


,e, of Production., ---0. CONNER.:


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t "?r NO FRUIT GROWER can afford to ignore this


statement when he plants or considers planting


ttf, his prove. It should be his greatest thought from the very first because the SUCCESSFUL

future of his investments depends on his", trees being budded right in the nursery

+ that grows", them.

; u "J The Ocklawaha Nurseries'are the PIONEERS along thin] line ; they have for

{ years specialized in bud selection from TESTED Itcaring trees. The Oeklawaha Nurseries -

l, v !i is the ONLY PLACE inl"ol'idaYI'H) in the WOULD, where EVEKV rte is

r ""+ a # -;) budded from trees tested for their superiority. Your grove is bound (to IM> a paying.

;k. ?r ' investment if you use our stock. *

1 AVe could fill this paper ten times over with testimonials/ but the best evide'nre

1 V # of our tree quality is to be found by a careful inspection/ of our nurseries. They are

r"1 .close by and the trip is pleasant over hard-surfaced roads by auto.
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;4 Write for catalogue now, and post' up on "PEDIGREED TUBES," and their

; ;1, ,_ :._ i' importance to you as a planter of a new grove, with success as", ;your aim




Ocklawaha Nurseries



:: ( O. W. CONNER Proprietor Tangerine Florida
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tleavjtotiucfng trees be Ocklairahaur
,--; of quality fruit ran produced only from -

i raet'iea,;, Pedigreed' T c's. Order i/ottrx anti They arc groicnnot manufactured, and G. G. WRIGHT Agent Orlando 1'Fla.

t. < Vtt; take time to do it- It f'a precious. Do it }I'ow. y


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1 +C I 0 I 0 0+0 I 0 I 0 I I 0 I O+> I .:-x ---'oo. )"" The rind l phosphate will react with way system are yet to be designatedby far ah the Eastern line through lower
: 4 the caloium compounds and 1 lie> revertml commissioners of the respectivesUitep. Georgia!: and Florida loop are con-
CIII'RCII NOTKS to an unavailable> form before Illinois, which has-the short (s'rnedtbest' sections not having been
'Wbciety Notes ? GB.IPI'ISf it I be used the eat link of the between !
by plantK. state
i"i can > hikhway designated yet.
i s- I ...: ><-,.....: :-:-- : :-:-.: : :<----'oo. )<-,.<. (On heavy soils, such HM clay, where lines, 1U3:!: miles to be exact, is the I

there. ih not a considiTuhHamount of leading contributor with two bond I is- I
Clll'ltm SI.NDAYThe
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t sand, the lim-"Uow will improve the !, sues aggregating $3,500,000. Cook
4l : Millie Belle Sunday school] at tlv usual hourin 1 _
( Harris. Editor. '
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lllinoi has
the The will condition of the soil. It will cause i county voted $:!,OOOooo.()
morning. pastor the .soil particles to collect in laifrei i and \Vrinillion; county has Issued !:1--(
IJ. '" pronch in th' morning o i Christian ,, Mli. 1NVKSTOK: ; ; )
' nett. .1e. Bade to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send Items ('oiMlancy. At night I Di Molt -w'll; granules which will improve the soilstrnctuie. i 500,000 in highway bonds. Buy properties now chile prices
T X deliver! t the second lecture i'i th'j toui-he By thi*< new grouping; thesoil I2.530.000! ( in Florida. dare I at UKMIlowest..
>ocl t tjr event* to the Editor for publication in these columns I | on the Holy Land. This time he will .! V-ill become, :better aerated and I Appropriations from bond issues Lots Sri cas'h' and :$5; per month.

i I .THt talk of Jerusalem, the Holy] City. All the organisms will show) greater uctivity. and the tax levies in six of the eightDixie 5 and 10 acre tract :flU cuh Ir.dIRG :
0 l 0"lOF ", are invited No charge. Highway states so far reportedare r per month.
as follows: Florida ( Palm Beach A 5-room plastered house, lot 50v
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( MISS PAULK at Mercer university and the bride a ... .: :.; :..." :-....:.: :.: :-:--. county, $800.000; Dade, $200,000; Vo- I 150 ft., deep well. Small cash payment -
V V1 et student at the Georgia Normal and FORWARD MOVEMENT IN > lusia, $8 0.)00 and St. Johns, $65- balance like rent .
irstre mbers of delightfully the B. O. Industrial Institute. :SUNDAY: ) SCHOOL WORK > ALMOST TEN MILLION I fi 000)); $2,530,000; Georgia, $159,000; A 6-room Lung'alolot 100x140 f...
kI M * The Florida Sunday School associa- Tennessee $2,439,000; Kentucky (from deep well. 1'rice and terms right.
friends with *
t ( a < FOR GOOD; no ADS Middlesboro to the Blue Grass region,
tion has for the of -- -
arranged holding
f Cllr' y evening at her DUnUA1I.I'UII'PSAlbert over one hundred institutes to develop O' . 60 $910,000)), $987,000; Indiana, $60,000; MRS. MARY M. SUMMERS) Owner.
honor of Miss .... .
( T increased efficiency in the workof St., S. Kissimmee.Also .
GO. The E. Phipps, of St. (loud
4 R were marriedat traversed in States__
with the Sunday schools of the state. Millions dollars, either in direct Eight City Propel ties Farms and
the
Crated Presbyterian manse Tuesday One of these will be held in Kis- appropriations- in approved bond According to figures compiled, by i Timber Lands: for sale and exchange
*Aerbet afternoon Pastor W. B. Witherspoon simmee, Sunday, September 5th, and issues, are available for the construction the Dixie Highway association the
airdlr. and
b officiating. The couple left for Tampaon I. great North and South thoroughfare'sroute ...
A Paulk, of the 4 o'clock Rov. J. II. Day, of Mulberry, will be \ of the Dixie Highway system of V
train on their bridal the bears the following geographical
between
roads in the states
.. s the chief speaker. eight
6 r4tr eet in - --- -
'tr .. trip. Mr. Day delivered a strong addressin Gulf of Mexico and the Straits of relation to the eight states as far as --
Mackinac the Dixie Highway of- mileage, cities and towns and counties
ere f 'the the county convention of last year says
l Cal nonoree, ficial of the association, No. 1 traversed are concerned:
.. and our' people were much pleased organ
UHan Prentis
!m St. Clqud.Maud 00 with him. They will'be delighted to of which has just been published in :State Mileage."''I' wns. Counties Western Lamb
t ; T> O ADDITIONAL LOCALS 00 : know that he will be here again. newspaper form at Chattanooga.From Michigan _____775 69 28
y Mottle Belle pars O 00 There will be two sessions held. One reports made to the Dixie Highway Illinois _______123 24 6
Indiana ___ 49 16
association from 133 counties 299
00000000000000000000000000ft. the church in the afternoon ?
at
#r Nina Bratton, Mauin Presbyterian traversed by designated lines of the I Kentucky._ _402 95 17 Saturday Special.
and the other at the Method
a Bearden,'Messrs. D.xCilbert; made the trip down highway it is found that the aggregate -' -.419 72 18
Melville' Huffman, the' rh'er. this week on Captain John. let church at night.. A program will road building fund approximates i Georgia ..?._.499 77 24 .
r i rr ,E tey, Charles *son's boat..' be published later and ample'preparation $9,726,400. Florida *, ? ...-.616 .96 13 "
i iJWill Mason TilflyBuvtem ", 'Emeat'Mach,1IQ. t '' will be made fork an effective This 'amount does not include bond Ohio .*..., :..236 46, ,,12 Fairplay: Market .
Mur. and Henry Lightsey meeting, issues and appropriations in western . -' .- --" .
ph 13eavden,-Wall werevisitors: 'to'Orlando\' ' ''last,A Satur Florida and the eastern part'of lower Totals '.. i_8,368 628 183 12 Darlington Phone 245
d""I'" - CATHOLIC CHURCH,SERVICES Georgia, where two links of the high The foregoing table is incomplete as

Hiss''Dorothy'Fleming, of Philadel- Devotions and confessions Saturday, --- - -- -

NNER ST PARTY S-- "',;rfcyP to phia St., was Cloud.A. in.the city Sunday ei -oute o'clock August Sunday 21st. morning.Mass will If be any.at other 8 ... .... ,.. ... '"A ... ,,_ ... .... .... t.. ""' to... re.a/uyw.d ,. .

l revatt entertained at services, it.will be announced at Mass
r 'f dinner Tuesday evening at B. Cannady and H. C. Griffin, of
Alaska- avenue: Covers Dade City, were! visitors in the city PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Missea 'Leona Roberson, last Saturday.F. '
; i-' Messrs.'Bartow. Dut. The attendance at the Sunday schoolof H
",Floyd of Orlando, Mr. A. Babb, of Shingle Creek, this church August 8th was 42.2
and.hire. J. S. CadeL. brought to the Valley Gazette this per cent greater than for the same
' week a specimen of Yokohoma beans,
Sunday a year before; and on the 15thit
which he is growing at his place and was 39 per cent greater than the

NISPARTY. which he says he finds just as prolific year before. This is fine progress.OOOOOOOOOO'O'OOO'O'OOOOO.
t' as velvet beans. The specimen is a _
( Tiller 'entertained on fine one and makes good feed for $
canoe with A tennis par- stock. 00 00
7 V Beaumont 0 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS *
me on avenue
Mrs. R. B. Savage of the Manhattan 00 +
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ibmenta of and ,
kl 'rain rVV ed.Z Thofce'' present punch were hotel, put workmen on the job of renovating .'OO 'OOO"'OOOOOOooooooooTh. T b v t eJ + ..aa wh. +-
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n r vcv V the entire hotel this week.
6larne and Gladys Johnattil
Every will be following deeds have been recorded -
Harris room gone over and the
d', : h ; ullf Belle of Cairo, I walls retinted. The woodwork will be with Clerk of the Circuit Court
re-varnished Overstreet during the past week:
1 KalMeeh Bearden and new furniture put into
: prepare for the coming tourist-sea Lon Hebb, guardian, to C. L. Hyatt
a fir. a, JTlrginhi Tiller, son. Southern Colonization Co. to A. G.
L. ,Ga.' h 4litaaaeyMeeerd, Miller
'e' 1 'Ma ,', Leon, EstRoy Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and chic Seminole Land & Investment Co. to
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;persona Jtalph % urn- dren, of Kissimmee. and Miss Sallie John L. Redwood.J. .
'+4 "Ah "L.myesUe' Nathxnlearn. Taylor, who left some time ago for R. Wolfe to Juletta M. Wolfe.
C V' Asheville and Hendersonville, returned Southern Colonization Co. to Al-

-t IMt night- They report the weather- fred II. Voirl.
; T i-fcip\RTY.: : ill :mountains fine and cool l- andthat J. A. Tremble et al to J. C. Taylor.
afYimes lankets were needed. I Alex Haynes et al to Robert Gil- ,
V, ,! b,6(:, .r .' .' ., Orlando ReporterStar.Eddie .
ll '
4 + wa'ec.- : young people went'tIMa1'8da more. .
; ,.,afternoon and R. C. Sligh to Martha Bay Boice.
V Lancaster has returned from I Martha Bay Bolce to R. C. Sligh.
xti ( prim the Jake.Those inV two weeks'
a
pleasant trip to Brunswick
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Cyrus Phelps! et al to Seminole
,,: 'w.r. Miases, 'Cecelia Over Ga. He was
accompanied by a
;..*.> Gilbert, Nina{Brat- friend from Orlando. The trip was Land & Investment Co.

alvtlle Huffman. Harper made in Mr. Lancaster's "speeder" and ... ...0000.000..0.0.000.00
ThensaL Mrs.:
George
h coming back the actual running time O 0.
f " ,ed,,the* ;''party" ., for the three hundred and twentyfivemiles 00 Lime Lets Soil Organisms 0O DEPARTMENT OF BOOKKEEPING AND BUSINESS PRACTICE
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3 ,w :' _'.M..I. "a'I' V4.i' was fifteen hours.II. Free Plant Food t

ATTERSON: (et,..' B. Coney, of Sanford. and C. E. : :
? '':'bookkeeper.<\ .the Robinson, of Orlando who handle the 'O.O'OO'O'OO'OO tOO"'O' Write for Catalogue of

storey: returned tIn famous Elder Springs water An plant food it made available by
were
t ben Vacation( 1'. visitors in the city Thursday Joking soil organisms. In normal soils thereare
IJ' with him his bride, over the field with the idea of seeking plenty of these organisms, but if CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE: Of FLORIDA

t ;Annie/Lewis' Patter- business here. They made the trip in the soil is strongly acid they cannot .
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>, < w;< ; : ;;. ';- their car which has been especially work And consequently plants .starve, .. ((5oce.Mr to KJSSIMMEE BUSINESS SCHOOL)
: '.',W.Bsurpriie.' '. for fitted up to carry the demi-johns of Or are hindered for want' of nourishment
Farmer's'friends in Kis> water. >Limestone'corrects the acidity KISSIMMEE FLORIDA '
) w who'hav< been fortuhmeet. of soils and allows the.beneficial soilorganisms .

.'the new, Mr*, George M. Taylor, the grocer, is a to ,liberate plant food. I .

i-ihnd her a very charm believer in the saying that a man I If the soil needs limestone badly a r _pernard( C. Anted, B B. S., .Pre.f W. H. Dawet Vice Pret -
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1 and congratulations who makes two blades ' .
r, of grow fall should be made. Do
,the where grass application '' 11 \ ; t./H''H.I' fl';. ..... Sei... N.'C :,.A.CelLi'; Or.d.W V".. IJII'f Sbdlidl ,"
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upon > young one grew before is a' benfac 'not..wait until the'crop Is :..ready',;.to '" VMr ,; ..
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rmesIz.<.a worthy tor of mankind. Ills place on Portage plant ;even until the land has been + ,: "'; i r MrP, ..4t.; J'r .y; 'rl( .
is' n9.friendswlshppy avenue is a veritable gardsn 'of flow plowed.-*. Apply',the.;limestones broad ,r. ;-' ,r.. ( ;::<; e 1 ,1"Q

,wedded life, era.nd .frulta.' He has almost,,,200 cast-before the plow so that,It,will 'i; '> f- '\,,20tYeariExpeirienceA: : !Teacher* Of h '.}t'
ceremonywas\,petS varieties of' growhig'thin641n.;. -the become well"mixed.with the 'soil during : n '
k 1"h.of the bride's par- yard -.roundhlj home.., It appear almost ( the 'cpperation prior. 'to planting. 'f :'AIL' .COMMEREIAtBRANCHES 's.
Z N.fPatter 414a -like :a small tll1ne7."lleha. Early application*,will give' the lime ;; : ;
h; lMs( 'of. citrus" fruit, plain andHMBK chance to'read.-Ith.the acid'and (
r he.hai roses of man, varieties; the organism will have tint* to liber.atepl ',:'. .SPLENbIDEQUIPMENT'LOWFST, /RATES": .1 .\, :. .
tt MH'ci .e V.ral kinds and shrubbery ; nty7 ,of: .fod'tgr' the' 'yooitf, fr." ; wtp
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K' f:Jlumel'Oua.AJd' !WI;baa don planfa."'oe:"" jk-*, _',> ,ENDORSEDBiBOARDSiOF_ ,: ; EDUCATION :; ; ')i,
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kiirls.thr.* yean and at ofTtimesfKN .J.P.B.':RolfsI, (1 rSP CfAL"-COURSE3"IN':- '$P '' ', p; .
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J THE. K1SSIMHEE VALLEY c.UITn 11'.' C. 'WhitUiorne, representing.'th Warren 'Frs.ce received a' telegram M'CBendy: ,; ,left Thursday.- I I Henry, EaIkniahtof: 'Shingle'' 0. G Wtlf"bWp'odd" ; . >-..' :: 1 .

I ;. (.Te1sp oa.Ne.1L)", Florida Times-Union-.spent .Tuesday, ; last Friday, that hi.'wtfe bad died lathe afternoon Jacksonville, where she was a viaiter to the.city the.first, part r sery .. .. .:J/'

I ., her ,on usines". isane asylum at Chattahoochee: was'joined by'her daughter,- Mn. W. of this, ...k., l in.the,city Wednesday.! .; ",, .', 1 .v ',{
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Every Friday By She was 67 year of age and came herewith B, Ifigdon'who accompanied her to f )' .. ",
w. B.. HAHIUS A m. a.VANS' AGNN'", S.. Summerlln, oi .Jacksonville, spent her husband from: Ohio' about Birmingham for a- visit with relatives.! '

Monday her en route down to ,th. three years ago. Sh. was taken to.the J Ju
Samuel Gallon,:'a' "negro hobo, was !1II1111111111111111111J11J1J11111111111111 tll
prairie to,:look after,cattle'Interest! ..ylum.several 'week, ago.
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there.. : "" arrested off the midnight train, Iolon. "
? Sheri '.Ingram arrested per- night by night 'A., E. == .., '; i
wour- day policeman. -
:* talField' 'A. T.. Todd, 3. L Thorp A. 'thorp.nd sons' during the week for selling li Coleman. lie was given, a hearing I ti tiAnd

i The : O. L. Thorp Sunday; ;of Dothan, Ala.-war quor.. They were Frank' Duke .released before M.ycu.M.f'and: set-to workon : Why, .Is' It That Jewelry:
in the
city and Monday. They;. on bond; Bob Evans, both the.streets ,for a.,period of,fifteen. -
left Tuesday for Narcoossee white; and two negro women. The days.' '

lust cases will be heard at the October the Name Cole" ;
received .
50 skirt that '
our buyer :
OO... 'OOOU t.OOO. 'John Schmidt the 'popular soda f '
..0 O.O bought at bargains. Values up' to (term of court. ;
clerk at the Roberson drug store has
Limit$10.00;Store.your choice $298. Dollar City Marshal Overstreet has a gang received notice of winning third ,prizein 5'.Have' Become ,

Weather ReportFollowing of men busy this week cutting the the Welch Grape Juice window display 53.; ', N I "J'1o
Mr. and Mrs. J. weeds the side. of the streets thousand window '
I A. Barclay, Misses along contest.- Twenty '
Wenner and Sawyer and Miss Alma and cleaning. off the sidewalks. He I displays in seventeen states, Svnonomdas? ; : :
Cooper motored to Orlando last Sun is doing the work thoroughly and the 1 were entered in thU contest and John : .;. 1h.;

are daily temperatures day. city will present a neat appearance uy is entitled to a great deal of praisefor ": " ;
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and l precipitations as reported Venson of when be has finished. his victory. He received a check = I, ,' I .. '"
Savage Jupiter
was a '
by Government station for 1 from the julC41 '
$
at Kissimmee for the week end- visitor in the city this week. Mr. Savage Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge No. 42 grape mpany. Ask of the people; of

ing Thursday August 19: is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Savageof extends an invitation to all sojourning A. B. Cook A Co., Orlando Fls., any t :
the Manhattan Hotel. Odd Fellows and their families to desire Investments' this section:

Friday ___.-92 78 Mrs. F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee meet with them at 8:30: August 27, lands, bank stocks, mortgages and 6' Kissimmee this question.; ..' ,: ,

.. Saturday ____ _____91 80 passed through the city Wednesdayen 1915 at Fraternity Hall for a social Investments. If you nave a good paying : .
hour. Mary E. Tait, Sec. business for sale write the com-
_90 77 route to New York where she will = "ot.
Sunday pany. All matters treated as confi- \\1'

Monday ______ ____95 78i. visit her son. The Kissimmee Concert Band will dential. 34-4t They'll tell.you it' ::13 .because - :
97 80 ; Mrs M. A. Sawyer returned Tuesday give a moonlight excursion. on the lake .
Tuesday
from North Carolina where she next Monday night. A concert 'program The Rev. J. 3. Hall of Atlanta Ga., sell the first
i. .Wednesday -96 79 has been visiting relatives for several will be rendered on board ana delivered a lecture at the Baptist we only. i
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Thursday -,._97 78 months. there will be refreshments. Every- church Wednesday \night on his experiences _
body's going. Are ? in quality goods at prices in
you at
Attorney Dickinson, of the firm of Germany !tie i outbreak ,,. ,
..OO.O.O..OOO.OOO.OOFire Dickinson & Dickinson, of Orlando C. W. Griffin C. L. Bandy left of the European*war. Dr. Halls '
was a visitor in the city Wednesdayon Sunday for Asheville N. C., where pleasant talker and interested a == keeping with honest profit.' :
insurance taxes See A. *
paid. legal usinesS. they will be joined by CongressmanW. fair-sized audience. He is a member ,
Drought New Rivers Building. SOtfS : = e
J. Sears. They will then go to of the American Peace Society and -
S. Griffin, of Orlando was a visitor E. L Lesley 'and family are movingthis Washington D. C., and to Atlantic closed his talk with a plea for peace. === r '

; in the city last Friday. week from their home on Broad- City for several .weeks' rest and vaca Don't fail to line: "
way to their new country place northof tion. -A- telegram received this week see our;;: .
:Miss Ora Kirkwood of St. Cloud' the city on the Orlando road. brought the news to Mr. and Mrs. J. ,,9

spent Monday in Kissimmee. 'I'I.Joe Miss Effie Lawson left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Powers haveas A. Barclay that they were grandparcntA. == of leather goods and ', cufglass. .

Johnston was a business visitor afternoon for their guests his grandmother Mrs. The telegram was from F. .
Birmingham Ala.
Mary Wmegord of Formosa, his un- J. their son-in-law == % : ,
Boody
in Orlando last Saturday. where she will visit relatives for announc- 1
. several ,
cle, Charles Winegord also of For- ing that a seven pound boy was born Ii.
Henry Partin and Gen Bryan spent weeks. mosa, and his sister. Miss Lulu Powers Tuesday morning. Mother and babe = "t.,, ". ."

1 liiM, t :Saturday: afternoon in Orlando. Engraved cards and invitations. We i i !, of Fort Pierce. They arrived are getting along nit, ly. Mrs. Boody ,. .. .. ';

II. E. Cole went to Winter Ha\en can furnish them. Call at the Valley 1 Monday and will spend a week or ten is well known in. Kissimmee having

1 wday, on business. Gazette office. tf days here. visited with her parents here a year Your Eves'j; 'j

ago last winter. 'J .. ,. '
Judge J. II. Walker, of Passenger The Rev. C. M. Btittam, of Lake Word was received here this }reek ====== .1 '

w.ia ,visitor in the city Monday 1 I City formerly Baptift pastor!> here of the dean of Mrs. (). C. PI !'linJo'who:" (Additional Locals on Page 4) y s ,
should be
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1 1..>,inch buck toweling fine quality, and now treasurer of Columbia college with her husband has spent) the last = They yhry
1n was a visitor here this week five winters<< in KiKsimmee. ;\1's.l Darling ,
'I I he roidery Shop.
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died at her home in Cnnneaut TO PIANO OWNERS friend. Let us examine f ;j
:1.0.1 Victor Kdwurdi, of KiiwarcK Brothers :
Mill's $500 oxfords cut to $:! : I Ohio. She was -ll-known in Kis- -
II Lawson. St. Cloud, pulsed! through the city I have been waiting for the good! .
I her kind
where dispositionmudt
1 Minmre
I Monday en ,route north topcnd his roads to get through before again = them and fit glasses :
> hundreutf of friends, all of whom your "
men's hats F. 11. Law-
I'.IIT' cut on at vacation I taking; a share of the piano work in
will be sorrowed by I her death.
"" I Kissimmee. I am sure it will be to == "t
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J. E. Stewart of Jacksonville representing C t
< .1. Loomis went to Lakeland Mon- : the paper department of the I i Sheriff L. II Ingram left this week our mutual satisfaction to resume re-

c1!: \ fin it !several days'! visit II. & W. 15. Diew comptnv wa a business . for Newton Grove; N. C., where hegoes lations with my old customers, and
I to join Mrs In ram and daughter new customers will find it equally Co. 1 :
visitor in the city ilondaj. E.Cole Jewelry
.\ \V Smith, of Oiange Center, Irene After a short stay therehe profitable and pleasant to have my
sprit|" :Monday ill the city. I Charles Doll, of Tampa, was ill the will return home with them. Mrs. services. Write me and I will Fordto "

.1. II. Walker Jr., of ftassenger, city Monday representing the punting ;: Ingiam and daughter have been spending : you promptly. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS '
of the H. & W. B Drew :
Kissimmee. department several weeks there.
sprit)> i t ;Monday in Sincerely
of Jacksonville. .
( >I. I isenby, of Rosalie, spent Sat- company I Wade, the Tuner.
We
carrie und invitations.
Engraved
induin Kissimmee. Mr.and Mrs. J. C. Palmer and daughter can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette Orlando, 'Ffa." IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIif II IIiIIlllluhIlIIIUIIIIIIlIIUIII II
Mrs. Harry Luff, of Wmdernvsre, .
Don't fail to see those $10.00 skirts I office. tf , . .
motored over and spent Monday in - -- -- - .
lit Dollar( Limit Store, 298. Kissimmee.Ed. .
Those interested in the parcel post ' .
1'rof. W. A. Stokes, of Bartow was Roberts left this week for Tennessee sale held last Saturday by the Metho- ,\\1. 'Cl'- I!'

\isitor here on Wednesday. and other points in the north dist ladies will be glad to know that

Hugh Larmon of I-akeland. wan aluiMiuhs where he will spend several weeks' ,, over fifty dollars was cleared. The Fall Goods Arriving Daily '
) visitor here Tuesday. varation. committee is grateful to friends far ,
I.II and near who donated the parcels and \
;Mrs. H. H. Huff left Thursday for a Mrs. Alfred E. Donegan expects to. appreciate the assistance of all those '- ''h"c,
visit with her mother in Tampa. leave today for a visit of several who in any way contributed to the .

J. E. Rush was a business visitorto weeks.Indianapolis.with friends in Cincinnati and carrying out of the enterprise.. We have made big purchases .;for the,' fall :and :' ;I

Orlando yesterday afternoon. Miss Maude Ballenger, daughter of winter trade 'of 'this stock' ', y
materials Mr. and 'Mrs. C. L. Bandy and son, Mr. an<.Mrs. Ballenger of the dairy and.ahea shipments, .
('ro het and embroidery Richard, Mr and Mrs. E."E. Naugle .
died of -
farm Monday evening pella- '
and materials-at new ideas-the-free instructions with. and Miss Hazel Naugie motored to gra. The body was shipped to Birmingham arecoming, ..in ea ltday.',, '*. : ', ": f ?>
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EmbroideryShop. Orlando last Saturday afternoon. . .
( Ala., for burial. Funeral s"w" ,\ \;, 1> '
Miss Lena Lord and Mrs. L. H. Co- servicek were held here. The sorrow* '. p ,." I th,' :i:'i 't

hoon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John M.the Grove Reed, who ha been left Saturday employed ' Ing parent accompanied the'body, '. )' :FallShoes 500 ;
C. H. Funk at Milliard' Island, at bakery : Pairs of New ., :
for Jacksonville!; where he Mrs. 'G. C. Livingston and .Miss - . ,\'.",'
Do not forget that you get cut prices went to accept a position. Ruby Ellis scored a tie record at the

on everything you buy at F. H. Law- Arthur Carmichael of Tampa, is beginner's day shoot for ladies givenby sh li-1.fd; : ; Jv "
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the Kissimmee Gun Club yesterday : ,
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a visitor in the city this week coming .. 1r(
son's.W. H. Brokaw of Orlando, was a to visit with old friends having 'afternoon. They will shoot off too tie .-:
up
visitor tin the city on business Thurs- formerly been 'a resident of this cty. at some future date for the prize spoon St. Joseph's :AcademyST. ; ; J
day. .. given by the Dupont Powder company.J. t Cm i;, Hll'to : h
'William R. (Dink) Cubbage and w AUGUSTINE ..FLA.-
D. Clark returned from Bender- ,
Miss Mabel Masse, of Marshalville,, Mrs. Hauty Richardson were married e ,
Ga., is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Con- Monday at the court house Judge T. sonville N. C., on Monday to attend .. . ESTABLISHED 186 \* I /0 ;, ,

rad Bryan and- ether relatives. M. Murphy performing the ceremony.Mr. some business affairs. He will. re-I ... ,c.I1"tne Citizens Bank .
SI.Jo.epk"Pat.! :
I InUlea
turn to Hender80nville later 6 I. safe deposl- of Blstwrs .f t fiA ; Jronizedby
George Wilcox, Western Union Inspector and Mrs. George W. Seymourand week and join Mrs. Chart y ..... +x eiO 4asures, connection a and boarding school Catholic In charge and ROn-CathoU. ,... #T.tldl' f, t ,

of Jacksonville, spent several son, of Bartow, passed through ter and make the trn; : tars a strong banking line of bll.inen.s n \\ children of beet .plnclicUr equipped with aU) modem eos.entences. -
hours here Sunday.J. Kissimmee Monday en route to White mee in their s..>: is a great aid to any and other atatea Balldlap he.lth1location I. quaint sad .rtlatl.\Asp' ,'
and
..' Delightful
H. Riggins and family, of St. Springs. .. _.-T, Checking- accounts are invited. .dent at1. c-ne tMroa.... embrsdat. .U. .bran.....g..ala.ead.1. 17u ,
(loud, motored to Kissimmee last Sun- Mr. and !Mrs\ II. W. Grady, Mr. ant' Interest Paid I MUd and Ttflaed edaeatloa. .
day. Mrs. H. M. Breaker and Mrs. B. ? 4 Per Cent Accounts Terms moderato For- rllli partka81 writ.UPEBIO$1! : r '
Hall motored to Orlando Sunday He opened I Iternoon On Savings ceases 9
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Mrs. J. W. Miller is visiting fist. Since | -
daughter Mrs. Singletary, in Hender- t owner"
sonville, N. C.Jimmie Messrs. Mac Arrowsmlth ] fel-

Miller Is enjoying a two Conn sher ,of Earle St. Cloud Schofield, were and Floginal' I GO 'TO .SCUOOLt '
weeks' vacation from his duties at the visitoj WHERE SHALL H..
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evening: ,
Osceola pharmacy.Mrs. city Wednesday y- .. .
Misses Una Garner arOQ Not FLORIDA BTATE"COLL'EGB' 'Fpjt'. 1' ,",y

F. Gr Thomason returned Saturday Johnson, of St. (Cloud wer THE STATE UNIVERSITY WOMFfNTALLAiiAt4EE.:F, w f
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from a ten days' visa: with relatives Mattie Belle II SUPERIOR SFRVICE. FLA. of' ib..t '
of Miss < i the last few years | GAINESVILLE. ''u..'.ame' ae 'that. th.">f' .
in south Florida. of the week. Jed with trash. I ranking with tb. .o11.ge andpnirersi' +'.. to, the. ., N

Furnished fllats for rent In the Mr. and Mrs. H M. largest JJle".t and standards beat UI1I"enlUee 0': the country.Modern. bulMlnsa and .Quipmenttalt": I '," :
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Apply at Franklin ,t ond pretends toj and Baat.. n.eol.o-- s; .
Valley Gazette building. Jackson, Mrs. a DIRECTORS: North modera Wrm titmr .um.r
Total enrollm.at :
this office tf Irene will leave Saturd orth painting. It In students fast p.a.Ioft. 411 t'tll'eareumen* fiat, aeat.loa, 2 ;
R. BRONSON SchooL .'
JOHN Bummer term; s
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to put-on 010. \
for visit of iy's-work { ;
se' DONEGAN .
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Senator A. E. Donegan and County Daytona Beach. 2OOd or bad; and a ARTHUR BILLIARD A. W. GUSTUStorCAtIFORNiA 'Tuition *r... esceptlnc !$0.00< per "TulUon .free l...Coui e and 'Worms,1, ;, ., "(I.
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Demonstration Agent B. E. Evans ::It. Is $3 or '4. I F. W. HILL J. s..m .t.r tor law.For Schoolsad'" Information' wrtle j

spent Saturday afternoon in Orlando.Mrs. Help! the band boys price of a gallon further Information addr.sePRK8IDBNT. r .PRE1IDENJ : l,
ffil ppNRAD7.,
excursion Devo r; .1
moonlight ij of a gallon. \ A. A. lUIU'BRltlC, 'iI. '.
Edgar Katz will leave soon for night. The boat will 1 ] n'; and trash. a, balat !-

time Pittsburg visiting where her mother.she will spend some I o'clock.8 o'clock prompt' smj paint and moro too; f:,::: ':,'j;':':::::: ::, :::::::, :;:::::::,<<:: 1/} i ;

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Monday -i Miss Hazel Naugle, ; -
to Tampa
Gus went .
Meyers ,fo/tho puintLsh -
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paint .
broth
and wlH spend a week visiting I, the guest of her ] Is'threfi-qaarters, ...... I .
with friends there. gle and family for sevej If paint; you say; a ) : s
Thursday for her home *80S2 ON. UVER.lJ E1)YHAMITE'
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Mrs. J. W. Saxton and baby of Or- Ind. for nobody-knowa-: l ACTS :

lando, are the guests of her mother I' : J
Crawford left i] for tho Trip LOG. LIMIT'
B. is enough DIVERSEROUTES .-
roe :
Mrs. ScottDeWilton I : \ f'
I pany with C. I. Day ge lakes 16 to 20 gallons 10THEXPOSITlO S literature, and H.riss my pnaraete.-Oo to any ina 1\3 't t.tore
Alderman Gene Bryan of the Southern UtiliJ eame wny. .rntl.n.f deserlptlve .... Your Lher eeat bQWe. GI'Dod '..(i. .
the wear I For tickets, Twi" $lart aDd get a to '" ,
Fred Bass and J. S. Cadel motored to for a vacation to be [they look alike whenI full Information 'pnone, wire or write tot Dodsoi'i.S User eos' Liver To- TaU .' a ooaful to''' 1, J I
Orlando Sunday and Maine. I passener'Acerit' \\ ni Doesilor 'dllUallbtu' u, ht
York Florida Tau tdoaael and'if I' ( "
BRETNEY Better eight end
DEVOE. H.C. ; \ make t-l. lac 4'
J. W. Miller Henry Llghtsey and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. !j nASHVILLERAILROAD r\P'(1Ip'.ad goy: -
Sick. wsal'ya.to
Walter Thomas motored to Orlandoon dren of Haines City ; BOn & Co. sell it. LOUISVILLE; 161). Jacksonville, Fla.artlle Sana1a> UiU Yoa' rlgOrOP bylDOn1JtC 1 'OUr.'I. 'I i '
sad get )
Ben Phone ( th..tore
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business Monday. the city Monday tN . . 1S4 Wes Dota' I dtrorIDC ,
Bays Amn Ie 'I"
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Gray Rush .the Ford man of Orlando en route to White Sprii' . ," _.- rtes. earT. ., := 1JoI oa'of .ea1olDd----:Uyer': 'U.. ..._ ._..-, !;trot'\ ,,

was a business visitor in the will spend several weeJjFred : FILLER' 'St&vg&iSs&ssjfakaMFsSS. I milt SDMJaIM' .eat.lnl,..vegatab t..thenlore!,1'1.eaR' .
iaakea1eJr.f
city Thursday, S. Gilbert'wht< : ... ,, . bme.ll : .'br aallvat. ctr DId 01 Joao' ':
1IMI'fI'II1'J' quk't.:: 81IO
M. E.', Lightfoot, of Tampa, was a is spendJpg some OilSprings : OTW' Of : J gaaraatea that one put year........i ,>
6.' tats Aocncy. -' oirhlela auaes15 Liver,Twill
camehome f0gnbtlabedltK son's ."
eoaialato'eoetaet eeoe
business visitor. ; in, Kissimmee on for'Wblt. Sprir ,1+ of as. .ot 8todeM ,ante C&lpm.lwhen Sf liar' to work aad.elea 7wr bewe
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nwltyA It' ,
Thursday. ; CIed, bile ernebes' (ato 'cadJays
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on Mondaygoing. ; V Ao.drmlo Dep Dodso&S rUW'' :
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York City.wheN!: ,,she will,stead,.sev. with,*. yiew.t*..locatiaj-r,. f. uA: 'Accident .In;I: ...._ ',' ... tar' C.- ....: : .... breath, apooah1.t fa. 1..ra .... JiMo ......._a t "Mgt.f -. .

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'.. .'.. "OOOO ." '.' OO' being added, for I this purpose, these DR. J., A,_TROVILLIONS .

kr .j" ' ; serving the, same, time to curb the . >(! 1an.t'' in', .<.
4 ?UMMER'rETTICOATS, 't0Thd exurbance of a very full cut of some. CANCER, GOITRE -.AND'TUMORS''

Youn yolks Care of WoiiWorid :.Ot4 OO..0... OOOO.O : very.,light material, such las'crepe dechene. 'Cure them...w1th9ut' ycutting,
or g .. It 'is ,, exceedingly: : likely this them outs ,
'.. Baby InSummer : petticoat}II'Is'likely to play'a' model' Will, have ay notable success, ORLANDO" -, -\ FLORIDA

the much more important and .Visible since It is replete'. with reason and- 83-6mo l
Beautiful" John
i- S -S M.., C."_I.v. fox Young.Widow' of part in the .tires<< scheme than is at the' praetlcadility..
: _; Dressed fr Tableaux. Jacob ,Aster S_. For Charity. jresent suspected, since there ore already During the pat week: also I have
t indications that for certain' been studying the various types of

-rti dresy occoaiona the all-around full I I boots it is supposed we shall adoptas S. II.
skirt will give away before the a completion to our curtailed jupes.Of BULLOCK
slight drapries that reveal a peep of" these eminently the neatest are
[Prepared by th. children'of buroau labor.]Unit peticoat at the hem, writes Mrs. Jack'; built of some.soft shiny leather with
ti ed State department May in the Queen (London). For I long plain fronts and-lace-on die In- REAL ESTATE

"Swat the fly!I" light summer gowns this idea is bound side. They are exceedingly high, and 1.---, ..................
..s 'Thin legend should 1 Ixs written on the to atract attention, the lace or net ju- I unles the leather is really as light in

I +r wall of every mother's room to remind pon daintily decked with ribbons oran Weight as it appear, these boots will 'lNSURANCEfxaminatlon
:5 her i-uiiHtniitly that one of the integfel part of the scheme. And:I I scarcely prove the acme of- comfort
: grout services she can render her baby these particular efforts will doubtless .I in the hot weather. At the same time of Titles a

55x is to protect him and his food from also draw into .service crepe de' they are certainly attractive, and al-

4 Ii ee. chines and) doubleninons, the feeling) e i terminate midway between knee and Specialty.

Every female fly mny lay about 120 with these diaphanous stuffs beingto ankle.

eggs at a time, which lintch in ten days indulge in a lavish amount of dec- The feeling for voluminosity pre- I

f hit Into full grown flies no that every oration. But for all-round useful wear vades everything, not exoepting eve Correspondence Solicited.
5 r female fly which la not destroyed will there is nothing that comes within' ning manteaux. I was greatly privileged
measureable distance of chiffon taf-
to of the choicest
see some
be Increased Inn n,' million by; the end feta, which is soft enough to be flounced and most.exquisite models evolved this Robert Riedel

% of the season. It Is an Iiiipowwlblo task nad which does not rustle. I have season, and was much struck by the I
to destroy them at thin stage or to protest likewise sen and very much admired pronounced side draperies that oc- I CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP

the house und family against them. some chene taffetas and a certain' cured in a quite appreciate numberof

The only renlleffective results are gros grain taffeta that promises schemes. There was a richness of Window and Door Screen, Repair

secured when the eggs tire destroyed great durability, while there are already ligne and expression far beyond any- and Cabinet Work.

The favorite breeding places of the being shown a number of fine thing we have enjoyed for some years.
'Phones: Shop 216 Residence 237
common housefly la In livme unnure. lawn, generously flounced. ;
: CUm Old Sons Other Remedies Woa't Curt. I Darlington Ave, Near Freight..Depot
e In a pile of n thousand I pounds there Quite a capital notion is a sort of
petticoat. This from The worat caves,no matter of how loos standing
} be hair u mlllluii nmggottt readyto trouser opens
may
are cured by the womderfnl, old reliable DC I
hutch\ \ unless they are destroyed in the waist to hem at the back, and is Porter' Antlneptlc HcMingoil.. It relievesPsla i C. F. THRASHER
sr the larval stage, un the eggs; arc culled. stepped into small inner leg pieces and Heals at the ane tlm.. P.lc..ZOC,$1.00 WORKER
SHEET METAL
I Various KUliHlniH-cs liiive, been BUB- -

: S +r iS i- genteel far use UH| >U hur''e mnnuro ID C. A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN. Secretary. Steel Ceilings a Specialty

) tr t ii order to destroy! the UJuinRsots.: .
H 'Phone H./-R Kluslmrnre. Fl.
S Press Aaaoclatlon.MRS.
Photo by American
l Among these are Iron mrlplmtc, kero-

,, Rene borax., chloride uf lime hellebore and MiDKLKIMa FOKCB A8TOU. The Waters & Carson -

The United Stales department of agriculture Mrs. John Jacob Astor like KO ninny I DR. J. W. SIMPSON

line recently recommended other society women. Is busily engaged! ;
In Hewing for charity these days. Besides : DENTIST
safe
powdered hellebore ns a cheap
and effective BUbxtniioe for the treatment devoting nniiie time cadi day ti.> Grocery CompanyWholesale Upstairs in Katz BuildingOffice

i'S of immure. "Oiit-liulf pound of various onlsiile interests Mra. AHorspends Houra: 1-10 9 n. m.to to 6tO It m.m.
i much of her time "II II lieu iyrtintc Ii
powdered hellebore mlxud with ten gal- Telephone No. 76 Juno yr.
kill the son, John Jacob Astor \\ ho 1M'' .
tons of water In vulllclent to -
i now three years old and who mix born and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
larvae In eight bushels or ten cubic
DR. W. W. CARSON
after his father drowned In the
I was
It ( i'o u's feet, of manure. In most places belle-
t terrible Titanic ,1Iso"l..r.That .
bore U obtained In Id) pound lola at a DENTIST
no need or comfort for John. -
cost of 11 cents a pound. This makes 1
Office/
over Pilley Building
Jacob Astor Is overlooked or inelectedor 1
the cost of the treatment a little less Office' Hours 8--ll' 1-6Office
rT rTs will be. as long as his mother IH his -
than Bcveu-tenthH of a cent per bushel 'Phone IBS Hcaldence 'Phone II
general guardian Is Indicated from her Ga. Administered for Extraction of
of manure. A liberal estimate of the TeethT.
statement In her report to the surrogate's
output of manure la two bushels a day 440444444444 + 444 444404444444444
horse." court not long all1o."Hy 4 4 4 0

per After the summer ban advanced the the provision made in the will 0. WE SELL: + 0 WE' BUY: 4 M. RIVERS. M. D. S
.. .-- of my late husband" says Mrs. Astor - 4 4 0
effort must be made to keep each In- 0J
..#r-- "for the creation of a trust fund of HAY 4 4 4
1- r PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.; O, t>r.American Press Association.
) .
6 '. ; S .. $3XX>,OOO for the benefit of each child) 4 4 HIDES 4
:; .. ; 1'h. .wlae little girl here pictured is e: of mine that might survive him It 0 GRAIN 4 4 0 Office over Osceola Pharmacy f

7', d .u l'tM1aetGeoevleve Fox, daughter of Dr. clearly appears that It was his listen 0, 4 4 FURS 4 'Phone Residence Kl e
4 4 4 Office 148.
'ji! /J \ and Mrs;: LytOeton Fox o( New York thin (o provide a sum for the mnlntnance \<> +> FERTILIZERS 4 4 WOOL 4

{ '"Hty and Bouiha anptofl; N T Recent* and aupport of such Infant am 0 SHINGLES 4 0 4P e

l '' 'ly. ane took: pirt In a series of tableaux pie to secure everything for I the comfort ... AND CEO.F.PARKERATTORNEYATLAW 2
welfare and education of such ORANGE BOXES 0 0 0
lives In
i FF FF.i 'at Soothbsmpton, where she
a '' child that money could provide." -0- 4 0 ALL 4
were
.summer. :There many other chll- e
Little John Jacob like any other 0' ORANGE WRAPS 4 4
or'" .,;then ID'the living pictures, which were baby, like had his pleasuresvlil -h to J> ... COUNTRY Collections and Conveyances S

'S t' S etp-tbe' .poor children of the him have been not the least bit less '> VEGETABLE CRATES 4 O 4 Specialties t

f. c&k r' t "of :(New York and enable enjoyable because of the need In bin > a 0 PRODUCE 0

+ Y '. D em to take a brief vacation young life of legal services. In the -0CRATE NAILS a 0 .a Its 1-S BroadwayG. 0n 0d
.
'.i t .' de or on some of the many schedules which have lieen'filed by his
t r, r: New. york and New Jersey mother there Is a suggestion of bobby: 4444444444404404 4000040444444444We F: KRIBBS

...tip. ; v w;,open.their doom to these horses rubber balls and all the other e
ell field and seeds of all kinds. ATTORNEYATLAWBxamtnatlon
garden
!r' an i: ; S 'folks. As the photograph shows, things that make children happy. a
; r Geuerleve mad a very attractive When Surrogate Fowler appointed Wi give special Attention ta-fitting out hunting and camping parties. : of Title. a Speciality. .

&Mrs. Astor a* general guardian of her Free delivery in city limit Phone No. 12. Notification aoa-resldanta and Payment of taxes: .!
Chen oareful
I t W son on Nor. 8, 1912, the court axed We are county agent for good fertilizers. 'A k us for circular. and price - attention. e
'
li'Ii" : r :. 'Th.\Lto\\ ya Lindsay Race: + : 110,000 a year as the amount which on fertilizer ... '' *,' '. ,, 0" .: : Xlsalmmee., Fie IS

o or more pain of palls are placedby t s y she.wa. to expend on Jil/i support .,. -
'. I ef
,
.
t ;
C' 4
: \.. :, maintenance and education for three
... 'I h..to. .
S" """C." ty" Pat a. P. .Garret:
.Dorothy: Fleming, of Philadel.phia .. l yeartl amended>thereafter.P Aug. 5,This. 1014\ ,order Increasing waq; JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW t.et
;-rJi;;;; on
lla;FeRx't was in the! city Sunday en routeto I .
" St. Cloud.A. ] o'clock SundoflTr(. to $20,000 a year, and t' The sof'the I etk
world
: ''tprevatt entertained 'at services, It will be annSunc/ Mrs Astor shows v
'' dinsteT Tuesday..eyeningjki.Alaska B. Cannady and H. C. Griffin, of1)adfl the first provision Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank e
y "
1.t ...f r' l
, Alisea'Leona RobersonMessrs.Bartow last Saturday. his Ktaalmmee. Fla.

;/ -Dut- The attendance at the Sunday school the whoES .
] Floyd of'Orlando.,Mr. F. A. Babb, of Shingle Creek, of this church August 8th was 42.2 nn man
.
+ 'and Mrs. J. 8. CadeU brought to the Valley Gazette this per cent greater than for the same Loutr. C. MAS. ,.,. T. Piston Warltfw b
,
i h week a specimen of Yokohoma beans, Sunday a before and on the 15thit t. L.teT2ounael Judea of the t
year ;
'#: Vim. R,, R. Comm. Criminal
J. > which he is growing at his place and was 89 per cent greater than the Court

h NIS PARTY which he says he finds just as prolificas year before. This is fine progress. MASSEY &: WARLOW
11 I ff velvet beans. The specimen is a 4j i ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS 1ar
'
r Tiller- ''entertalned ontoon fine one and makes good feed for OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.ooooo 1_ AT LAW I
with a tennis stock. 0 4 Practice In all the courts of the State
"i' parma REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 4 and of tbe United States also beforethe
> on Beaumont avenue
rI' Mrs. R. B. 0 Florida Railroad Commission and
I'+ t meta of punch and Savage, of the Manhattan a toe Inter.tat. Commerce Commission.
ed.y' "hoie present were hotel, put workmen on the job of ren- 00000..00..000000000000.The 11-14 Charleston Bids' 1tel'
.a.. taitrne pind Gladys John- ovating the entire hotel this week. Orlando. Fla. *4lrr.. ',
55 Every room will be over and the following deeds have been re- ,
gone rya
atti* Belle Harris
corded with Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
4: 3 JOcotCairo, walls retinted. The woodwork will berevarnished i i te
Overstreet during the week
past :
e
and new furniture put in
1 t KaVhleeV Bearden, Lon Hebb, guardian, to C. L. Hyatt. o DR. M. J. HICKS
to
y i' 4, eOR ier, iTlrguiia'' Tiller, prepare for the coming tourist sea- t young man
t H son. Southern Colonization Co. to A. G. s4i ,
' n las asseyAMessr*. I Miller. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
self. The
f, Leon EstejK Roy Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley and chilI I Seminole Land &; Investment Co. to
Persons,'RaJph Iurn"Leroy dren, of Kissimmee and Miss Sallie John L. Redwood.J. Office/ State Bank Building y
p "
;
) ,"(s+ Leslie, NaChan Taylor, who left some time ago for R. Wolfe to Juletta M. Wolfe.Sout.hern ou now, or 'Phone.: Office 41Realdence
i it yti y m, l c 1f Asheville and llendersonville, returned Colonization Co. to Al- 40

1 *, a 3 I bont[ night They report the weatherin fred H. Vogl. _
.k t -e. mountains fine and cool andthat J. A. Tremble et al to J. C. Taylor. eth

( PARTY Hfvimes lankets were needed.- Alex Haynes et al to Robert Git- J. W. THOMPSON

'P '42 of. young people'went' Orlando Keporter-Star more. ', UU, nation-ye*, t

ti .Nraday-afternoon, and Eddie1 R. C. Sligh to Martha Bay Boice. 1L'r Ia Iif..

ld.,, Z't ,w, bi the jake,; .Those InweWMisses'Cecelia a two weeks'Lancaster pleasant has trip returned to Bruns-from I Martha Bay Boice to R. C. Sligh. FUNKRAL-DIRECTOR ti dib
; Over- Cyrus Phelps et al to Seminole .i !
SS wick Ga. com.nnity. d
He .nUCENSED
1 was accompanied by a
Land & Investment Co.'OtO'O""OO"OOO'OOOtOO'. s
,' w Gilbert; Nina Brati friend from Orlando. The trip was : ,n
, II ; llvUl. Huffman, Harper '" EMBALMERStore
n made in Mr. Lancaster's "speeder" and wfco spend all tt..qDEPART1.1ENT ,u
+ ; I Thomas.; Mrs. George coming back the actual running time a o wI.at des tk4r and Chapel
the ANrHt Stewart Ave.Klaolinmae. .
party m
dlttt0rro_ ; BOOKKEEPING
for the three hundred and twenty-five 0 Lime -Lets Soil Organisms 4 OF ,
miles was fifteen hours. 0 Free Plant Food fAll : Pla.

.
perSLi II. B. Coney, Sanford.and C. E. t.ootOtt.OO"O"'OOOOOO 0 u Iii /
+ Write for
,y'.ry' tS, boo eekk the Robinson, of Orlando Who handle the Catalog .:
store, returned last famous Elder Springs water, were plant food is made available by P. A. Vans As-new w B. Crawford t

i 'vacation spent In visitors in the city Thursday loklng soil organisms. In normal soils there You VANS AGNEW 0s"
whit him his bride, i overthe field with the idea of seeking are plenty of these organisms, but if CENTRAL BUSINESS COIL ft: CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW

Lewis ?Patter- business hero. They made the trip in the soil is strongly/ add they cannot

'.WasSa' their car which has been especially work and consequently plants starve, (Sace a.r lo KJSSJMMEE BUSIt Offices.. : 3-4-5-6 Citizens Bank
r 1 Li'' surprise' for fitted. up to carry the demi-Johns of or.are hindered for want of nourish BuildingKlaalmm

r inker's friends In Kle- water. -.. ment.': Limestone correct!the acidity KISSIMMEE, FL* YjrExperience *., Flor'--v.
i who have been fortut of:soils and allows beneficial soil y| i
_ S.4 ."'.:ilia. new, Mrs, George M. Taylor, the croceia organisms to,liberate plant food. -, '

;i .+ ttwd her very charm- believer in the saying 'that a. man If the soil need limestone badly''a ,Bernard C. Anted, B. B. S., Preg. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
.I -and'.''congratulations who makes two blades ofgrave 'grow fall application should be made.' Do 1

I- ,cI. upon. "the young where one crew before Is a'' benfac not wait until the crop la l'e&d7t; L... H.-I o.Ur. ..l#, .,_. N...'C.,an Calt'., .

I .r !* /m worthy tor of mankind Ills place on Portage pl.n0' even until, the land has been S. 5 5" .

t 'Many friends'wish avenue is verjtable garden rot,flow plowed Apply,the limestone broadcast $loo oo.OO Waiving Building. .-'
.pay.wedded life .-,' ers and fruits/ '{labaa 'almost .200 -before the':plow so:that',It"'will 20;, Yeari: A. -

,...inonywasuperr varieties of' growing, things In the become wall-mixed with.the soil 'durIng .a "v .\-< ".... . -::-.'; 4ooaoSPLEVDID"EQUIPMENT . .
.
of the bride's par.11ea1 yard around his home- It appears al.most" opperatlons prior to planting.Early ";"' ,, ; 't Wb.ii"In'N"4 .(& i
'i z.' "' .-'Pattewi'n Ilka 'a imaU,,, Ha has application* will give the lime t.. ;\. .OMMERCAh,. .. .. S 55 (
;;.,-: nnrsery.v ;: .", .. . . ... , ,$ :
.,
.*,''" ".* ".' .. .", air,kinds>f citrus'frnjt: ,".plain 'and) a.chance; to react'with the r acid' and '" .. ICe .D.I.....10' .'.', VETERINARY" SURGEON"x. '
; t h; !Rtk4 .1 rtOt fancy; he.has roses of many varieties the organism*'will have time ,to liberate : ;,LOWEST :'IRA7;,' ' '. It ''t. , ,;--Cali For:: -t, ''
tress ofseveral'kinds: and shrubbery plenty'J of .food for..the :young .. .- :i't.;' : F. RICHMOND; 'r
"Ald don :. ' ' t" :ENDORSED/BYIBOARDSl OF rRA. i :'e" ,n't '
just a- ium.rous. ha'.has plants. ; j' : ; 'BorN c'p"i ant
it aU'Ja; .th..l. years' and at off timeswhsfcf .rP/H, Rolfs','?director' ofthe'bnI.lenity ;' '' ''': .,' ;SPECIAL COURSES"JN '. J', t. dA" J
'wasn't busy Using up 'angarorw of Florida Experiment Station . : .1'., .. Loughman Road: ;
=d J t ,_ _. .... ,,': ?tee tI(. - S. Pls.r II
a0b.aj ; ..!fMng a pound or two of bacon. advises -*gainat' .applying! ,limestone ;; .Maslnu.ee,
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..,.t<,HasVs .wr:hat 'off to:George.: ,.too.- 'late.if ertilixerr. - are> ,tO- be. .,used ". 1-' -c( -c . - .:' ' .... ''., J "a;,
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'KIBAY;. A.U611.B? ?,f th15; '" ""f ':, t. .THE. EII'SSIMMEi, ,v A'LLBL'CiiZETT.1, :." ..',,', ., ,.' .... .j'',; : 're ,


i "-" J -" 7 '' f -..,. . ' . a 1
Frank'tDvans.'nteJntenanoe '.,;;.,, 1.00 i iJ.
8JMUn. 8 lOt' U : .. B. Ow na. 'maintenance ,....'. J 10.Samuel ... Jt.., HOLMES, , C,1 P. -.- r. ,
.... .
sfontsdoca, maintenance''' !
,. MI. Ada t.......... malnteaanoe, ."1' >... IiAspeciing School CKildreiv kLA

Mrs. L acy >J hn> maintenance.. *:; '.'0 : !? ; ,BUILDING 'CONtRACTOBS:
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nfytominlsslonersn'KMsslmme 4, R. .Farlll.r. -eapt, guards. ..'..,:' lto."* : Ll, -*' :., ; I ,
v "' "
,
S.W Ashtosi. .apt..act.. 'et0i 11..0Xf. '' /. '
.. Record aouoe,tori'.bids . *.8' By DR.,J. Y.: RTEa..St.te.DM, ;ttffiter. t '
, Holmes "and! ,
W. O. Hankies, typewriter to B. Lawrence > '''

..,'Yla. Aug L'10ti.e ;. JT. Evans, F D. agent .,ihHU 10.0' .. . .J, . '. ".

nd Board. .f> County Commissioner L.T.,,H.M. Ingram Murphy,,cost cost In In.Insvcas Ins. __.:.i.'' ,.1.00:I.n Once upon a'tim.th.'tdir.ctore.ofa '-per child of such examination to determine The Bungalow' Men \ ; .

*esslon for Osoeola. .the county above met date ia, there rev Dr. Oeo. M.. Dunne ex. .... case .... great corporation met lev solemn con-. the presence of contagious disease ,
on .
'
Dr. )I. 3. Mlelu,exam .... case '.00 clara and after long deliberation instructed .. at fifteencenta.. Thirty-fir '
g present It. V. Lanler. A. F. Baas "
'
John 8. ... Ins. .... 1.'. Want Tbu.Id.ng. ,
Cadet
TlndalL .. case to Ic.-11I"7" oa that O.r' prieea ar rt.a*'
W. oommls.res
jns; Walker their' general manager to cents additional/or fifty cents in ..u.1,
.
John 6. CaA.--.ty ..,. Faanle O. Cunbage. wit pros at: and our work ie'th. best. We wake Interior:Trisa .. ;
| .ttor. Ash Disinfectant Cow dlslnfecvtant -' build large'addition" to their i!'the' cost 'of examination for-physical a specialty sf Ij
L. already
| J. Overstreet. clerk and auditor, ., : hardwood floors Window .',
motion of R. V. Lanter by sherlft ..7<.h..i.. 100.00 large plant. They didn't reckon defects..' - and Door Screens. I
U sseondi 1. "
':
r by Young ...TlndslL t and earrl... A.was H' Ingram oust IBS' ease -. .. yl.Ot and when the th.1- must For .r.nC41. Gee J. ,A' Barclays home .' '.'
j Dr.H. 8. Geiger *...... Ins..case S.OO expense manager Such work necessarily be performed new a
';; appointed to aot as chairhe l>r.' ... J. Miens. exam. In.. ease ,1,00 man of much resource came to figure. .by a' trained physician.* :' For \ Estimates,made. on.all classes. .fit. work., '

|,; board. 'wat; *'C.U.d to order by A. _T.<.hn M.8.Murphy Cadet.,exam.,00.5 Ins.Ins., ease case1,00,* 1,00 cut this' 'coat he discovered that the' one man to examine the full' quota of P.;Ou, Box'JIT' " StreetJN* 14 DiBingha* 4ve.r'. "

Bus ....d the minutes and of.the* la.tl&rm..Ung W. 4k C. Gro.-Co. order' of LrfitnerWarren directors hadn't provided any special' 2,600. children would Tequire his time .. ;.. ," ..."I .,1'M
w.r.. read approy- .... appropriation and that -the funds at <' "
work on poor farm SS.IO to the exclusion of'hla'priv.tep..c. "J'I'
C.Bunnell appeared' before the Oo.' D Barnard record book.curcounty his disposal were entirely tice for four months. Such: "service
.... ... .. .. 11 .ao Inadequa.te.1
rdIn .44 l.
the Interest of the Helder ;J" J.. Overstreet. freight Ic dray So what coOld the pot I could'hardly be bought for less than ;

actor r. Co.. With-s for view of selling them age paid for county t. ... .. 11.14 *The' wise men that the people of $200.00 per month and '"necessary expenses

1 roads. engine grading the coun- John A. McCarthy, Cost in JimPearce Florida elected to. compose the legisLlatare and it would 'be 'worth that Southern'Growers--.Attention ,.
and wben being advised by i ; cr
I. ft case, .... .. .,o.. ..4.: 1.4f of with unlimited .
'Cadel. county attorney that 1915 apparently .
sum. This would amoont practically '
L. H.'ingram, cost In Jim Pearce
|uld b. necessary ta advertlso. for case .. .... .... .... .. . .. 1.0 : confidence In the State Board of' to fifty-cents for. each pupil, especially have your seeds produced vegetables bring a '
Young Tlndall
oh U was seconded "by mad B. V.a motion Lanler. The sheets 61 alconer.Co...county.finance. ..11- I I I Health, that it could do anything and ; In'rural communities in which the I lug the, highest market prices? If uotj.ar; > .. j' '

carried; that the clerk b. t everything, put .JIpon'lt a new burden schools were widely scattered overlong '
atractorgin. Jonn L> vla. Bare paupers ...... III.. .' trial order for -_
to.,advertise bidVto for bids on U.; H. Ingram Co. Ct. cost ..... 118.10 I which resembles in many respects the distances. ,
said be received at theMember 8. U Lupfer commissions sl.44 stunt that old Pharaoh the I P i4
put over on t r
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meeting.Ir. J. L.' OvvrstreeC Co. Ct coat .". 41." I ( The census of 1910 the latest working Stokes Seeds '
B. R, Evans appeared before the children of Israel, when he demanded % r
W. U. TeL Co, bjisis for computation Florida.
telegram to comptroller gave
tard and presented a report of what for ..10B. the usual quota of brick but held out O '
I was doing as farm demonstration comrs the straw { 130,000 school'children subject may bo the key to Rcces.' Write for .
D.
lent M. Divans ssl. F. agt July 100.00J.W. on supply. your
which was read In open bold to the provisions 'of this law. Doubtless ,

Id ordered. filed.Jfr. By.Miller..... ,F.hire D. Agt.buggy...by...DoDo . (..00f Those wise legislators passed an act the.number has vastly increased prices on quantities.\ 'n .
C. F. Thrasher
appeared before .. to'conserve the. health and lives of
> ease! t..act 14.60 in the five elapsed and it is
I board and stated ths years
*two vents In the-Court there House should roof Klsslmme:printfng .Valley.. .. .Gazette.., legal. tl.SO the school children of Florida'by providing probably close to .200,00 or more at Stokes Seed', Farms Company' TM ";
d agreed to la two that of them shall 1
put eighteenth C. J.. Bandy, commissionsil.f4 everyone the present time. But accepting the r .,

the vents advisability for Slf.OO of, and having after. the dlscussjr work- Osceola. Hdw. Co., jail supplies 1.10 undergo each year a medical inspection number' at 130,000.; fifty-two Inspectors MOORESTOWN. NEW'IJFRSEY'( :
Fnn Bag Cotton Mills supplies and subsequent treatment Where (;
theservice. ,
rne, upon motion of Young Tlndall.onded to road S7.ll would be required to perform 1 1a "

by IVV. Lanier and carried W. .t C. Oro. Co. order Chlsm n.ee".I7..nd providing further that .'at a yearly salary of $800.00

Thrasher In ... ras his instructed to putem. road work ...... ." ... .00 the management of this necessary and expenses which would bring the ,",

Hon. Arthur per-H. Donegan agreement.appeared. Clark A Co. tobacco roagan11.04W. and important service shall be under annual cost far above $50,000, on the PBlot'era
R. Godwin, mule feed to Co. 1V..T6J. the of the State Board of j ,
for. the board and stated supervision
that therea :J. Dann, supplies to rd. gand 11.01VI. basis of far less than the actual num- .
a bad place In the county road C. Oro. Co.. mule feed ., 1.11 Health and that It shall be paid for ber of children in the ltata.I .
tween Ashton Station and Nareoosthat JM..rt..n Plant. Co.. syrup to I out of the funds of the Board, which '
should be repaired whereupone Where ia the to font .
road .. '..00 money come' : ,
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taxed to the limit to
board agreed to have the neoes- gangCo. already are car I'I '
ry repairs done at once.The W. oa present
A C. Uro. Co.. groc. road rand 201,11 ry annual tax of one-half
following persons were recomended I This act that the ported by an It releases potash salta 'and imparts"strength "
11.76M. provides county ;
... W. B. Maklnson. sup road gang :; ;
cattle Inspectors fo" *h* mill all the assessable property 'in ,
on
u-lous districts to-wlt: O. R hers 11:. Hlggins..sup. road gang. : '11.16 'I I physician, of each county, where the Florida. This produced last not and vigor to growing crops and trees,:; { +; ,
F. H. Lawson shoes road 11.01 year
nd 8. H. Fertlc. district No. O. Whiter gang I county has such an officer, shall be Blowers" limestone ground fane': I
unusually
Lumber Co., to
May groceries far from $120,000 and Florida makes
,
Florida; B. F. Walker district No.Basinger .
1 the medical of the .children "
Florida; WashTliion.. dls- road gang .ti.OlOsceola inspector '1'no better investment of its revenues readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities -; CROLNDArWISEMAN
Hardware Co., sutuiUosto of the and where such of-
no
1 let No. S, Narcllssee.. Florid' road vans . . . . If.70May county been,named the than that which it spends for the con can h applied at any timeis;
Mr. Robert Beldel appeared beforen fleer has county commissioners -
board and Lumber Co., lumber 1'OH I servation of its health. inexpensive. Write literature and ''M
n asked them to pay Mrs.isan . 4Vrusr bore drugs to road shall appoint one, but in prices. ,
deer something for her services . The work of the Board and the duties ,
cures of Mr. Julius Hyde; whereupon .rn'agin Works. 1.70 I' either case the inspector is to be paid Blowers lime &: Phosphate Co.,
motion of R, V. Lanier second' K, suppplles to by the State Board of Health from laid upon it by past legislatures, 1 '

by Young Tlndall. and carried the .road gang Co..1 rent IF 105 3.00 its funds. It provides, also, that no required all the funds that are levied I Box K. son, Ocal r.v Florida .' .'.. t

)ark was' Instructed. to draw warrant. J. Z.oM'oieerl.() 'd lI.o.: road fang 4.67: one inspector shall be responsible for and raised, and to cut the appropriation --
her for like
11.60. same a
nount as paid by the city.being John Story beef to road gang. r, 40 the examination of more than 2.500 or greatly to increase the de- ---. .. .. - -
The clerk was Instructed to drawfie L. R. Farmer board convicts it.78 mands it with the present funds w
following warrants: J. :Z. Kobvrson drugs prisoners. 1.20M. children. I I 1 I upon OtOG..oo.oooo.ooo..o..oo..o..t.. .,.... .!..j 1 ry r 011'

Vans Agnew" & Crawford legal oplnn C. llllbert, guard 36.00B. There is the further proviso that in ,,, '

on road matter 10.00; M. n. Car- M. Rogers, guard .. 8. 00 cities of more than -,000 population accomplish-ments ';.J : : ,

>n, game. warden. $21.(3; R. H. L.ud- 1.Jim P.Wood Union.a II. guard guard 3600 16.00 in which the medical inspection of the I,,I : '. ---.y" earrita. ''sufficient' 'FIRE INSUKi i cwt'':,
survey of road st Shingle Creek Mr. in the shoes *
Ir. O; S. M.: McClelland I maintenance Kliislmmtte Wagon Works, shoeIng school children has already been established ': you Taxpayer, were ANCE to protect his property ' "
/ horse H. F. 1.00 '''of the State Board of Health, what .
10.00; J. W. Thompson collin for Mrs.Rvann : by the authorities of such while ho la living and aatple LIFE] > ,,,
Willie Williams, road work atUassengvr
oh and burial. of body 11.00; 100.76 cities, this law shall! not be operative, would you do about It?- i r INSURANCE protect hla tmiUr y

mile. $100.76 Williams; Mrs.road Irene work Saunders st $Basslnfer. boardf R H K.udlam, sur.' Co.. Shingle provided that each city inspection I I la the event of his deata. He; J ; ..;
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road 11.00 shall the forms the also In....... his earning capacity.. ,
nurse Mr. Losey $6.00. jAi. ... .rene Maunoers, board of use prescribed by Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Day I ; k
The board took a recess until n. m. State Board and shall report to it. br taking oat an ACCIDENT and '
The board met at X p. m. all present nurse In Losey case 6.00 Tour druggist will refund money U PAZO '1 ;.
k> of the morning ....ion. Vans Agnew & Crawford legal now Mite Inspection' the children OINTMENT 'tails to cure any case ot Itching ; ..',. IIEALTU POLICY., Bo oa the
i Co. . ... . . 10.00R. Piles In : "
Judge T. M. Murphy Appeared before advice to comrs. divisions of Blind Bleeding Protrudlnc 6to Mdays. safe aide. .
T. order M.. B. includes two branches or Ease sad Rest. :lOco .
khe Butler Carson Tbe application gives haes'.f'1NSUB -
board and stated that the city hadgreed .We writ. 'aU ) d'v
Co. game warden" 13.41 work, one to determine their freedom i
to do all the work. If the county -
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w
J. W. Thomunon. coffin Mr. Bob ANCE that Insures and endures.
would furnish material to put drain- from contagious diseases, which if _.
Evans andburying body . . 11.00 OOOOO..OOOOOO..OOOO.C. ., .- Node bat JRELI ABLE old line com.panlea .
&g* alonge the front of the oourt house present, would render them a menace .
Kluslmmee Tel. Co. July Tent. 6.00 -
>n the east whereupon the clerk was Kiss. W & L Plant lights July 14.'0 to each other at\d to the community.:I ia thisWir a.. y
tstructed by the hoard to find out
Sid J. Jones, typewriter ribbon. *" The other is to examine each D r i.e.
the cost of s twelve-Inch pipe and report pupil
at the next regular meeting of the Will and Lee-carbons maintenance to Co. officers.. . .. 6.00 9.74 for the existence of physical defects! ,j W. GRIFFIN \ 17A' .' + Second..Floor, Cltlsrna Dank Bldg.; j
I dl I Kiwimmee
b .rd. Fla.
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Bids on p..vlnaroad. were opened andread M. Bata supplies to Cot! jail . . 8.31 such as adenoids incipient consumption i . . .. .: 7
Mrs. Hunan leer, Mrs.Julius .
nursing defective hearing or sight the
In open board and after some discussion ,
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on the matter upon motionof Hyde 11.60C. jof body lice and other tl'Ou-1 I
to'. Thrasher baJ on courthouse nresenc* Staple and FancyGROCERIES :
Young Tlndall seconded by R. V.
138.24 bles which make the child defective
Lanier, and carried by a full vote of
1'a.id warrants were ordered cancel physically and consequently mentally !I
the boar " led frpm the v.rloll.ofund. as follow.: '' '
w
the Alabama Paving. company they .. and which unless relieved become aha '
General Revenue 111.70 I -
being the lowest and best bidder, upon Road Fund : .' . ... 1123.70 1dl&ap.through all his life. "i,': .' '" r
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the execution of bond attached to bid; . .. y
"R.S.FLOYDDealer
Fine & forfeiture 192.11The
the chairman of the board being tntructed :Treasurer's the Now the cost of this service Is the t {

bond to was sign properly said. oontrso executed twh.nthh following balances reporshowed on hand July listItlCi problem that the State Board of* Free Delivery to all Part. -' .

; : Health is trying to selve. Operations! 'OGroceries
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matter of hiring state prisonersto In
.eral Rexenue .f 164.11 of the City ,
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be worked onthe county roads' for'tbe & Forfeiture _. 1624.49 of the same nature under the Russet .... *V '
Pine
yeara.191/ and 1117, was taken up, School Fund .... . ; ..7.: 2116.01 Sage FOUrid.tionr covering wide-and '4. .
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'and upon motion of R. Vanler..unanimously seconded Road Fund t. ...' r..V li..,, 349.7T long'experience, hove', placed the cost .oooO.o.oo oo.iooo o o.o ': I.Hivy.: Grain'ai\d': ;Feed'
bY' W. F. Walker; and Special ..publicityFund '1.-.; .-.)> 1641.. .. .. , I ; ,
carried, the clerk was instructed II
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D. No. 1 nt.it
q I 8.,8. ;i.' '
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to make application-- -< < '
tyenty \.lB. D.jNo.l; .,; .>:.11'.J7?: 177.16
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,able bodied men. S. B.,? D. ,,No. i ,,,"_,, t.'t ; 1141.11 : 'Corner and Dakin Ave. "
.The board passed a resolution agreeing :< -4. '\\ "'W'' " "' : j , Broadway r, ryTryUs'onYour'Next
to put the proposed county- roadacross 8.: B.iD.. NOr 4 ..fiir.Jtw.rr.;,;/ 3117.8. ./{ ,i, : :: :C::: :,:::::: a I .\
"; 8. D. No. 6 -,:".*..,.. ..,: ,'" 114.01 """" '. '" : : ;
the head ,of tbe l..k..19r. the ., .. ... ... ,.
8.8. D. No. C . .H. 110.04 < -
the '" - JEeeii' i
of to limits
city Klsslmmee city Order For ?? ,h
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at Just what It would cost-the county.whch ill463.SI '. ,
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was estimated at $4.000.00.Will Total I. r .
ooard The Tax Collector's License report r
Lee appeared before the .
showed the following amount collected
and stated that he was sick and notable .
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to earn his support and asked $4 o General; Auto none. One Of The
The Tax Collector's Poll tax report
the .
them for assistance whereupon -
; showed the'tonowlna- .amount collect, t ,
board Instructed him to secure a certificate Desirablei .. .
ed. 1600.
the physicianstating Most
from county
The board being advised by the clerk I'
that he not able to work.
was General Fund and Road Fund ,
that the
and upon presentation of said certificate St. .1 Academy,
Instructed the clerk borrow s ,
were short to commercial sep
the clerk was Instructed to drawa 1000.00 for each of said funds, qualities of enterprise is
for (. O la favor. .
warrant $
hit. and draw warrants for the Intereston business prestige. ;. '
bond of W. Msssenberg AUGUST1N&
Notary ST. .r'FLk' .'
loan for five months. ,
of ;
Co.
with the Fidelity and Deposit
being further business An *'
There no before account with the Citizens Bankof
Maryland a* surety was examined and FV.
approved also notary bond of Fred B. the board, they adpourned until Kisslmmee assures a safe depositary ESTABLISHED.I860 ,/A i
their next regular meeting, September .
Kenney. with the Fidelity and. DepositCo. a strong Drinking connection,'and {
Md.. 4th. 111. IIIgh-elas. boarding school charge ef Sisters ef St.JoaeptCPat*
of as surety.
The sheriffs fed bill of prisoners was A. F. BASS, as Chairman ti irafilePlAttests is a great aid to any line of business. rmlzeoTby children of best Catholic and non-Catbolie faaiillee fit thla fi e.4 r. j

i examined and approved, and. ordered :J. L. OVERBTRKET.. Clerk.; Checking accounts are invited. and other States. Bttlldtaga splendidly equipped with an w.dencooJ"" ' o tvealence.
I .,.14. Cost bill in case of Btate vs. "
examined .. Delightful.. healthy location ia quaint, sad artistic Asv rl' /
;Jam. Pearce and
was approved -
and ordered .paid. 4 Per Oent Interest Paid dent Cit,. Ce.ne thorough mbradag alKbraiteaea' ... ...,for 7. . T. ,,

The Board. of Public Instruction having An umberells which can be opened On Barings Accounts solid and reined 4Macatioa. Mule, painting.;' ,language, Mnierdal. "p' "'' .

_1r filed Its itemized estimate of the only by its owner .ii the latest Sinee coa..... Terms moderate. 'For, fall particulars write ,
funds for school. purpose for the current "the last thief la the best owner" r- '" SISTER SUPERIOR:. 1. a.

requested fiscal this year board ending to June-10th levy a tax, lilt of what is the gain to the original fellow 0> 3', .

7 mills for school purposes, and S mills T
for sub-districts Ho. 1. f. 1, 4, I and 4. a
In addition to the T mill.

" and The expenses ItenMsed, and estimate levy, as of made revenues by the Paint and NotPaint WHERE SHALL 1 GO TO, SCHOOL %

I board. at. their last regular. meeting 'tS
. la ;July and published In accordance T
40 j
with law was taken up and adopted, waa.so high the last few years SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT ORIDA ,"STATE"'COLLEGE -0. ,
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andthe following resolution introduced the market was flooded with trash. THE STATE UNIVERSITY '
and adopted. R'OMFhN. :TALLAHASSEE,:F''Blsadard'the''samllas
_Whereas it has been ascertained. and What la trash? GAINESVILLE: FLA. .

determined by: the board of county It looka like paint .-.pretends to thlargest inos* or, tbef
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commissioners that. It will be necessary bo paint, but isn't worth painting- It Highest standards ranking with fest colls*;** and. universities Aha the J
to raise amounts by .taxation for DIRECTORS: and best universities o( the country. : V
costs a painter's days-work to putona North and East and'.gnlpm.etfallr .1
the current In the following funds, : ,. MtxUra buenin*
respectively year county purposes designated gallon of paint, good or bad; and apainter's ARTHUR DONEGAN JOHN R. B 1(7 student last ....Ion. Total enrollment stunt. tsrmt .\ ...."-A + a
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47* regular 1ft -.11 a

General as Revenue: .. . .. .. .'H.410.00Count day's-work the la $3 of or $4. F. W. HILL, b J. K. HILLIARD A. W. 169. Including Bummer Bobool. mr. term; totalexroUmat last tttsloa_ ".7,
'. . Add that to price a, gallon. Tuition free' excepting 110.00 persemester '
School .. .. .. 40,430.00Road
Tuition'trN: f'
Fund hardV surfacing . 40.48C.OO That is the cost of gallon. Dovoa :] for law. School. -,' .. '., Collar- ""and-Nornsal. > t

Road Fund general. .. . ..'. .IT.'61.00 is $5 or $6 a gallon; and trash a half- .1 I < For further Information address For _taSO.- ... _a' Information write" 1 wl
Fin' 4k Forfeiture. .. ..... 4-.tll.00 dollar leas. 't
PRESIDENT. r.
Publicity A. A M J\PHREJD. EDWARD. CONItADI ,FBJESIDENTBen's ,

special B levied* It rewlved on real' that and. the personal following4sumbe propertyof you But add Devoe oil to Is all it;paint a'gallon and:is15'or intro too 6; ::::::;;r. :::O::' :::ir'::: ? I



1 County Osceola School Revenue oountyiGeneral .. ,l.n..1.2. ... . ,-f mills.mill ere quarts pot.of But perfect trash paint.Is'thred-quartcn for the paint,:' - CALOMEL, IS MERCURY! :IT SICKENS !r.> \ Y '

Road Fund har. surfacing.T mills two-thirds or half paint; you 'l-ay '. .

Road Fund general t... .. ... I mills. half dollar lea. tor nobody-knows- *
,. . .. S mill. 8Qpto CALIFORNIA i ir"
Fine '
Special Tax for Publicity . ..K mill whtt-it-ia.; f 1 I '' itI

The following addlttn1 levy was 10 gallons DeToe is'enough'for the ACTS ON 'LIVERtIKE: DYNAMITE ;

ordered In Special Tax ttcnooi District average fob;'it takoe 15 to 20 gallons IOTH 'EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE'ROUTES-' : LIMIT ... ; ,, ". "i..

No. 1.sfurthe and 4. 4tmeccu. oi: troch. And the wear'.sam 'wxy. V ; .. .1. ..... ) ..,. 'L1Iodsoi's '. / = .:
+I' It ordered For tickets reservation descriptive literature, and . .
Unfortunately they look allko yben '.. . ., t
of (0- cent of the .. '
pational tax per Inhlrmatlon'pkon. .
amount prescribed by the statutes ot first put-on.. full wire -or write to' Unr Tom" Stirtj:' Yonr Lhtr my gaarantee.::O0 to say dnufatoreHu ;a ,

the State of Florida, be levied on persons .DEVOE. H:C. BRETNEY. Florida PassenceVAtent ... 4 get a 6O omf bottle; e) Dad,

. engaged .In any occupation that. W, B. Makinaon A Co. sell it. NASHVILLE Calomel < Doesil'segrtt IIOD'.' Liver Tone'._ Take a spooalnl tow 1 1 Nunlgbtand'If
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Better nil u
the tax collector'Is directed to collectany .. LOUISVILLE:& ,RAILROAD I' 'd_', stralgbtea'yonrigt ,'

'" manner such as occupational he would tax collect IB the for same; the, '134 West Street ,' .( Bell Phone 167). ,Jacksonville. Fla.| or'ilito'Yw SUu >tu ap .and;.' make- yon rfel, Jne ead, s ?Or le.

.tat*? provided that it bylaw ',the. ......... . .i .... ....., A "- ".-.. .Bay M anetU. Voter T.ur.1MI Arrange Details -' ...,'. ; '-\ m vigorous by morning I wantyou to go ,, ', 'i

counties are permitted to levy a greater ' r back to tk* rtor and get yoar'BMMy K Fi 2' '
t per cent than, per e..t.of such iVMT.LLEREstate: t )' 'sickening Lhrcr'Toao.la 1be
the tax.collector .. rvdered ; \ Listen 'to me ,Take'.Wi 1 more Dodaoa'S destroying .
+. .aid tar then collect. the amountso. / salivating calomel when bilious OfeoDStJpat sale'! .ot .ealomel'___'It, 2t real liver'' . ,
' M full ; '
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,,1......./ a./ < A" I ;:Beat 1 AUepjRealty' : j >ed. ,?Don't-.k. a dsy's'workl! medicine, eB1JnIT'tbenlon i'j\r ....

1 a Th..following .bills w....'exmigad.pproved ., __ .... .. Calomel' la merenir ot1 quicksilver can''' DOt salivate or make you sfak. ,..- ;' '

i and.ordered' paid.'- Estibl4bed 1P1' :'h w1q ot si 421 6t.deny frost !Oe which causes 'necrosis'' of' too' bones. I guarant that one spooiifal of JooI.'r'Ifi':

; Jj]. L. Lesley_' commissioned mI' mlleag*...'',,11"00Ilti 11.00 : .] laligkt and'io d.;: \ Statea., Accredited; by VIrgiOOaState Calomel..when'j ,, It ,eome.' Saw"eontaotwith. l sxm's Liver TOIle will put ycmr'slasgssh: .*\>.:

r 1 V.71' tnlr.Ba... _mI'. &mUeage. ** '!.... ', ',* 'Houses tented. 'i', .. 7 r t Board tef X laeaUoai.' Hundreds end sour. .bile ersahea into it, break!** liver to work aad.'eleaa: year ..

',... ?' Tlndall. _..1''..* mileageV. 11.0' ; rte. saw ei caBr.s e1N pays dsafKeaX It up. This Is when you! lest thai awful thatsoar' bite aad,..eonrflpaUd (wases.

T'TrallM.iV onu. ,.* BUa,4.j. .,, 1111 ; ; x .Taxes paid aadTitla'!" rerifiod:. AodeseiJo X epai ..
I ._ ]11,'' Bass.'Janitor L. ..*.+.i..O' I.. oitf.U mlsnabla.11 1 .
\; 'Jot nob-residents. .: .. .. ADd "all,I Ioeb4 \ :: your 1M fed gaaralmtUa
> 'John poor farm1e.w.L10; *. . v : it-Girk.qhV' Uver aad- bowels ooastlpated of,'Dodtwsra-LH r a
' aCaSel. sai Co. sad Auideat.la. Is torpid tplsatb
John : ''' .jk : : eal'
Dr J.' I- Chuanw;co. Pbyslciaj, I -. > t 1'ii a & ., you.' have headatae; dladaeaa,' aoacsdtoagnev : keep ypcr eatti* fa Oy.S .

o, j... Uartel! .......... r.v; ",l.1.h ".suranc: ."., U breath la bad or ..... sour ........._.Qlw ...* |iss1

j. '1.; H.' Ingram.; ear Jail,..Ih..1 Court' n.I'23.11 .. tT -lase'e1aa41Ise'i .r fast take"+a. spoon a1'ef,arssUsa Bob ...,..... ... .% ..
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....OOOOOfOOCOO.ooooo ooo this place was dismissed and about I shall be very /glad to give 'my information Whenever You Need General Toolc FOR SALE-No. 6 Oliver typewriter, FOR RENT-Six room modern co
V 4 twcnty.-flvo of the members acceptedthe or render any service: pos Take drove's nearly new. Price $40; cost $105. tap, close in; $12 per month.
I ST. CLOUD. ITEMS invitation to attend. A splandid sible. If there is no society in your The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Apply to S. H. Bullock tf E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur
e nYa 1.0.o.000.00.0000.0.ooo ot dinner was served at non hy the la- town or church, 1 shall appreciate the chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ance. 104 Possiel Ave. (The Inn)

dies.Mrs. opportunity of helping you to orifdiione -/.' General Tonic because it contains the FOR SALE-Two boats; one 35x10: .
1d Mr. Lockwood returned from Connecticut Smith and Evelyn railed on and I stand ready to help is, III.;- well known tonic propertie QUININE 18 H. P. T. A M. engine; one 16
+ I dY to get hid residence ready Mrs. Funk Friday afternoon.The ; way, societies now existing. I .viji J, and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive foot long 4 H. P. engine will sell
for his family. They wil arrive the t... E. I t first of Octopr and make their permanent success everyone had a good time eration. Please write me of the workin builds up the W. ole System. 50 cents. H. W. Thurman. 22-tf

h r homo in St. C'loudb. and over seven dollars was placed in your section, giving names <>'' societies -
Leon Lamb had a birthday Tuesday, the treasury. At the business session ; those to address where woSJe- FOR SALE: OR TRADE: tor horse and G OR11SOX} F PIIRIJIEB
, arriving at his twenty-seventh mile- Sunday night the motion carried that ties may be organized and all ii, nr- wagon one 2 cy. Buick In good
post. Among the many fine )\'Ih-)' this amount was to lx the "nest ejrjf" / mation whirh may lie helpful. I wise I Want Ads.WILL I condition good tires; must sell or

dey presents received was a n::ld-, of the instrument fund. The net !proceeds to get acquainted with all our workers trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O.
V handled knife with three blades.St. of the social.; 'held in the future though they may not be coivected Box 221. Kleslmmen. 7tf
Cloud went to Orlando Tuesday are to_ be added to this fund until IK i with a society at present.
and played ball. The (game was a sufficient to purchase nn instrumentfor Please address Ruth Cogin, state TRADE close-In lot for horse FOR RENT-Furnished Bats. Applyat
good one, even though our l boys lost, the new chul'<-''. We know that secretary, Florida Christian Endeavor: and wagon or automobile and giveor the Gazette office. tfKOu insurance that Insures;

the core being close-'I. to 1.The this item will not escape the notice of Union, Johnstown) Florida. take. difference. Box 247 City. KENT--Modern:; five-room bungalow
Farris Chambers, New York our Secretary (Jrac", who takes a /per- -------- 35-tf -
avenue and Eleventh street, is undergoing son,,l interest in our work here. :NOTICE) TEACHKKS1 -_ . In the heart of Klnsimmee. Protection that Protects
Inquire at 106 South Vernon
I avenue -
for Mrs. Story visited !.Mrs. Ballard EXAMINATION!
repairs, getting ready the onedjiy
FOR SA U--'our-roonl: cottage close 34-tf
"t winter last week. .
t tr guests large lot, attractive, at .
( G. F. Kribbs, of Kissimmee, came LeBHic Haye visited her mother Saturday The regular uniform Florida TencheiV in.blll' uin" Small\ery cash payment downor a FOR SAKE.-Small Iron safe, at the
t afternoon and and Humlu '. examination will l be held at the
trylk over Saturday spent } I would tuke good lot uazette office. tf
Sunday with S. J. Entrikin at his homeIn A fine little daughter came to make : court house, Kissimmce, Flond.1, at aM part pay
ment, balance Ilk rent. Owner Box
k Narcoossee. her home with NrN and :\11 b. B. A. MiClellun '- HW::;<> A. M., September: 7lh, lSlir! \ ,
241 <'il\. 35-tf b BARGAIN IN REAL, ESTATE-
Misses Una Game1- and Gladys week l before, ( last. ul ap)>liciints are required to [bring DAKIN AVENUE
Two choice lots In
j resident
Johnoon few Evelyn Smith called Mrs.: ] their own and in\ together, 1'12 SA1.F. section -
on Meyer
are pending a days nXlsslmmee !,1I1)'r.| ]pen -Five of Sanford ,
horse-power rlorlda wil'! be KISSIMMEE
;iq'w this w ck, the guests of and Mr. and !Mrs. A. 1) Story Saturday with endorsement of good moral char- \ engine and circular wood gasoline saw. sold forlJ600.00. Communicatewith FLORIDA
afternoon. ucter'and a fee of $1.00.( All who desire
Mil Mat tie Belle Harris. -
Address J. F. Niswonger, Kissim- Box 378, KIssimmeee-'lorIda.
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Edd!: George sustained a serious accident We wonder how many Rent M,. to take the (examination please 3&-3:pd 34-tf
1 1J1 Saturday. His horse started Spreng a card or lettr! lost weel notify me and receive a blank formto I mee. -

and threw him up against the steps Don't forget this little act of kmi I be filled out. 1i 1-LOST--at-- the postofifce this morning

and cut a large gash in his leg. ness.C.. C. T:. YOWEI.I"353t i a long handled black silk umbrella. . .
+ We ere glad to hear that I. C. Riddle M. Smith visited his son in Orlando :! :{ SuperintendentThree F.ndtr please leave at the Gazette
ht I Ii I. improving. It's a long way to last Thursday.CHRISTIAN office. 35-lt "We Sell For Lets--- Cash h King"
Tipperary and he wants to make up Spanish dairymen living in:

oj.kft; ; his mind to stay here for a while. the northwestern section of Tampa | DWELLINGS for rent, apply to M.
FYf',. MUl Alice House, of Eustis has have suffered the loss of valuablecows Tiller. Selling Shoes---
i been spendii the past week in the ENDEAVORA recently by poisoning. and the A
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wduvw; Wonder City visiting friend She authorities are investigating the mat STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send $2.50 Thats Our
3 x expects to return to her home Fri- ter. Twelve cows have been report..dpoisoned. for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. BusinessWe

.4 \ day. Peach plum, pear and cherry trees
MID-SUMMER SUMMER VEKSr
,'; Floyd. jMTosher cranked up hia auto at 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-
For C. E. Sunshiners."The Th3 forest servic has ben requested
Sunday and accompanied foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48.tf
M F .'.4..., *Marguerite'smith McGill and Mac Arrow-- greatest greatness: and the to co-operate wita: the port authorities Handle Only The .Beat Grades In All Styles

4.W I and Mils Edith Williams went only true greatness in the world i is of Coos Bay Washington in FOR SALE-Lot of second bald fur-

/! to Orlando and Winter Park. They devotion unselfish love and service and" self- planting to controle shifting sand niture-beds, springs, dressers,
to one's fellow-men.
4e
made about 7 miles and returned hap.Apy dune s.GEORGIA. chairs, stoves, etc., also a Jersey
Our Prices
\\d and smiling. I -Ralph Waldo Trine. milch .cow giving 8 gals, or more are Lower Because We

.- The young peon Ic have built a fine I MAN IS per day. See J. E. Rush, City. 82tf
tennis I court in the rear of the Methodist Wanted-To know how that antici- Sell for Cash
pated social of Union Center Endeav-
.
,, .church. There will be a carload
wM DaRaM 1Xp, oed ,on the ground and orers succeeded. Did it rain? RESCUED IN TIME
many good times will eb had. When Very cheerful is some of the news
Interested in this week. But as the press secre-
.,the young of'this kind there's soon something matters - tary is also in Sunshine Endeavor Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself Theodore Deschner Family Shoe StoreOn
Ala Restored After His
done" leadership cheerful news is the "real Physicians -
'efaa of Knoxville left Saturday thing" which should be sent from In- Failed. GUNSMITH Broadway
,. .A. Harris, J. W. Harris M
t morning for.home. He was well terlachen.Out . T. A. Lewis, who lives out on Route c... 1Mb *n4. r...... Avow .r.Before ,
{ pleaeed-with his visit to St. Cloud and state treasurer, George Cava- 8, Woodstock, Ga.: was the victim of ST. CLOUD FLORIDA .
nagh. Box: 775. Tampa, has been promised stomach troubles for a long time.- He .'",
k i ,. said:it was worth ten thousand dollars -
:
k tried the treatments of doctors.He .
by the district treasurers to have many
n to him.Edith; "' Williams:* Miss, their co-operation in refilling depleted tried all sorts of remedies.. ....oo..t'. O.ooo.too..o.ooo.o..o.o..o.o..o '?
Miss
Marguerite .
ei i A McGill., otton.Moshler. and Mac treasury funds. Mr.Cavanagh is well His I sufferings were a serious handicap : '
able to carefully guard much moro to his work 4
:Arrowsmith spent a very pleasant afternoon )\
Mayr's Wonderful "
Then he tried
when money from dues.. .Just try him; he YOU
last Sunday they me-< Buy---
"
i Is alroght. Remedy. ,Just as it always does, the FOR SALE', .
Cored>v Maitland.;: '' first dose proved to'' him what could .
.f. Mrs.1.A.-'Harmon! presented 'Mrs.;' E... Miss Sarah''Phtllips faithful re: be done for his ailment. lIe took the

?"Vreoland' with a large ''unch'''of Honduras -' Petersburg Presbyterian society, ;St. full treatment; then wrote: 14 Head of Good Jersey Don't fail to see the Imperial Line
' writes "I do think
lilies- Sunday. 'Mrs. Vreeland : : our "I have taken your wonderful rem-
t A being'.under weather, they. were attendance on Sunday evenings is fine I edy and am feeling better than I have Cows; One Lot of Nice of men's
''inncu appreciated. For this time of year and in a tourist' felt in four years Jersey Heifers Also a clothingDress
'Mra.-1)'rank Knney and Mrs. Brown, town like this. We had thirty-one "Your remedy does just what you
p it k, to. of;.Now';York avenue, were to see the Sunday a week ago, but not quite so claim it will do. Complete Set of, Dairy
*"*'TVreeland.nurseries last week and en- many yesterday. Our social in July "I ,tried several doctors but they Fixtures Better---Pay Less
oyed'80m.' f the citrus fruit which was pleasant and well attended." did me no good. I am glad that I _

Is in full bloom. About the first organization of the have found your wonderful remedy.I Cleaning and
; !I "A"jolt, 'part composed of Mr. and present C. E. year was affected by the have recommended it to some of Kissimmee Dairy Pressing -
"
.:Mrs.' ., ,'Farris-andMr. and Mrs. Ralph Wright Albertson, at Lake Mary, South central Mayr s Wonderful Remedy gives A. M. STORY Prop. Careful Work Prompt Service
:nade 'a. trip 'to Daytona Sunday in ; district. This month her eports: permanent results for stomach, liver
''Air.-+ Cope's seven-passenger touringcar. 1"1 am just home from Lake Mary. I and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
.,The scenery along the route was do not know any place in my travels and whatever :you like. No more distress . .

,grand; ,' and the, party had a most en.joyable that is doing better work than theyare the after eating and, around pressure the of gas heart.in WM. H. PEAKEPhone
stomach
time. both in S. S. and C. E. The Chris- .
Get bottle of
druggist now '
The Yoke Fellows were the moving tian Endeavor is now helping largely one your
and it absolute
guarantee-
v''a i '.plrlt 10 the tennis court and croquet with its socials to paint the church." if not try satisfactory on an money will be re- 80 "We call for and deliver" 115 Broadway
( rR'ro ds built Monday on two lots on rVe have heard of young as well as turned.PHONE214.
Oh ,"nu..\'Tbe Golden Rule Girls older people who "painted the town Cuitheflope .00000000000000000000000000000000.000000000000000"
hi d. by feeding the workers. red. Christian Endeavor paints ."
.f. F..W..I III. of Narcoossee, left churches instead and usually the color _
1 ,.J este ay for New york, This leaves'fvttaisj hat symbolizes purity. ooooO OOOOOOOOOtoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo..o.oYOUR
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: *Madeline and her father to keep 'The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, in THAT BINDS YOU TO A SYSTEM :

H 1.rs ;::1J.-ae. Mrs. Hill will probably go to last week's issue among St. Cloud .-
rY pK' sLero -fTSngland befpre she returns. / news, told of "Golden Rule Girls" who THAT NEVER DOES : BUSINESS---
i Mr.and Mrs. C. E. Carlson returned
sold ice cream lemonade and candyone YOU OR ANYONE ELSE ANY : -
L. last' night' from a summer spent inft day recently, malting $6.25 to ( Why we should have it '
; CblcaJ'O-' They both look as though ond to the Children's Home Society. GOOD. COME OUT OF THE ( j
*4, ;they had .- a delightful summer. The St. Cloud correspondent wisely for ( Five Reasons t
/ Their,many friends are glad to see adds: "The Golden Rule Girls always BRUSH AND TRY A ROUND :

+ ,them..again.' deserve our support." Probably not >
> Mr: Lockwood and Misses Elsie Baker all this club is composed of Christian OF CASH BUYING AND YOU ( INTEGRITY ,!

tta :' .and Be s Gross took a drive out'to'Ba'lLake Endeavorers but they all have the Purity Ice Cream WILL FIND A SILVER LIN- ( Fairness in all dealings.
::,,-v\ 'j i the first part of the real spirit of helpfulness kind young ." '
'.eek'andr1A'': caught in the rain. hearts feel.Expressing ING TO THE CLOUD OF. EFFICIENCYThe
'They' .got so wet, they decided to go Inllathine. : : a desire for more citi- j best of service.
mf '{ '- ,, clothes and all, to improve>> onahip news, here it came from West HARD TIMES. QUALITY I
i nth. 'eondition..,., h.7 say ethen enjoyedthe ',, t 1'Our
Palm Beaah, about their meeting led .55 gods
12 lb. sack Self'Raisine Flour.. are of highest standard
and the swim and the rain.
; trip: I by Miss Maude Clarke, August 8th. ANY FLAVOR PRICES
The item took a whole letter and not 24 lb. Sac* Self Raising Flour 1.00 ,
.......". .".'.,.. .... ........000. an unnecessary word in it. We will ANY TIME The lowest consistent with high quay

:9 y ... bo: .UNION CENTER .oMr give it to the public in small doses, 12 lb. sack Pillsbury's. Flour ____ .60 ity goods .

., ._ .\ '::,,: .1' hoping, it will do more good this way. ANY WHERE 24 lb.. sack Pillsbury Flour __u 1.16 EXPERIENCE
:........ ...........00000.. "A Saloonless Town" was the head Years of practical
'''' \ > line over the anouncement of the com- 12 Ib. sack Plain Biscuit Flour.. .50 experience la our
l. : % LtH.: .,Cohoon and Miss Lena ing meeting placed in The Daily guarantee that your drug wants
*,*Jtord spent the week-end as guerts of Tropical Sun, and/ it read "This is Fancy Molded Cream for 24 lb.. sack Plain Biscuit Flour.. 1.00 are cared for in the, most profl-
''Jllr. and Mrs.'C.H. Funk. what the Christian Endeavorers of I and 1 lb. Baking Power Free. cient manner. ,

,j,tiffom Locke and wife of Mt. Verde, this town are working for," Most of PARTIES SOCIALS and SERVICE. ..
-vlsltod his;sister M.....George Haye, Florida societies have saloonless 8 Ibs. Evaporated Peaahes ____ .25 Polite clerks and .
hY, ..and family last week. towns but there WEDDINGS prompt delivery. W e
other of
ii are way. yetIting 3 pkgs. Hacker's Cretan Oatmeal .25 bring goods to ,.
4teerde.left his your door with'.th
for home
i 1 Albert ; the.destructive liquid in, besides

k F tin Oklahoma ..Saturday.KJV open saloons. We should. "'liv. more Our Sp.cWtPurityIceCream.ct- Armour', . Star.,.Hams,...,?_.,.?__.. .18. H least possible delay., . O\y.t .'. ',::. ,., .'.
Mr.\and Mrs..Wethorbeee'aDd Mrs. actively the first C. E- then all Unit. < '
x isi f';tNeUie.Wetberbee spent a. rery..enjoy. ed States slolan, "A Dry 'Nation.. by 'CASH WITH:,"ORDER We Want Your Business ;,, . :: \ #

Stable day. as guests of J.'W>Thompson. moGrace A.iTowaaendInterlachin . v Y' ; t. .f : :"'" .\
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Sled farnfly last T Thursday.: (-. Aog..17th. : ; t Come in to .see'nsiv:,, ". .' ,

..' Arehlo M 7.attenoon.> 'i>- . ; ',, TO ;CHRISTIAN ,.ENDEAVOKERS; ,/:1- ; ;y"O'8' -S" "."':B l' .'0 : ;v t.. 'y,.

ti .aenie. at'East'Lake''Baptist, Since our state:convention Sn April( i :t :, a ace"? rug ;$5'j fl "Z' \ "

it k .(. cb i last: Sunday, 'were largelr>at where .Iwas elected.secretary of the .,". Ja"XI.aialaleel7. .. ", _."..... " ". '" ,. .: -I", \ . -. c.:. : ,
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FRIDAY,' AUGUST 20.; "1 \S'! . "., .' "THE :[rrSSIMMEE. .YA11.8Y'1CAZBTTS; : : I i r\. ,PACE r I.>

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GAZETTE F:.r..C.'Whi tthorn"1'ePTeMDtlnltftbe;; ,. "Warren."f Frace r .rticelod'.t.ietramttheleane Mrs, _,M.- Bandy; left.,Thursday H nnrBalknlght4>f Shlul'le Creek! ; G'G.;; 'Wrtflrt *fe Oeateefce Nursery'.man

fftTWWSMaHBEEVALLET. 'it .. tTs1.pboaeNo/ .-1L) :: .Floridaimds;; -Ualon,..spent- Tuesday ., ; wife ,bad died in afternoon for Jacksonville, ?.where'she was a vUlUr-to fhe. cjty'.the. first, parti f CIIl edeeadayi OrtaAde.j] w*0"*>,"v.t. '*rtr .i Iilllllllllllil

c 'r I .heron;,. ?,Ulin...., asylum' at Chattahoochee.Shewas was joined by het'daul'hter.: Mrs.: W. of thisweek.- r. ..- ..In. the- 'city, .. '! ",, .... -
k ,, \ PirMUhed BTeiy: Friday By 57 years of age and came herewith B.-Higdon,;who- accompanied hereto '
A ,a. B..HAJUUS.* K. Ck'VAN. AGNEW S.'Summerlin, of Jaek.onvU1.'spent' ) husband 'from Ohio :about Birmingham .a visit with relatives '
,
. . .. . Monday here' en rout. down 'to the three year ago., She was taken to the Samuel, Gallon,,a 'neg oo hobo,''was ;
: .0-.1 ".'" prairie), to ,,look after' ,attle' intereststhere. asylum- severatrw.eks. -ago.- arrested off the midnight train Mon .,

.' ., f Sheriff :" A.1 T. Todd 3.. 'J.*' Thorp,!'A.. Thorp during the Week ,for, selling, li- Colemam.,' He was 'given a.hearing Is ( JeuielrAnd
4 ? the Local Field4J 1 : and Cv. &; Thorp of Dothan, Ala., were They; were Frank Duke, re before Mayor .May and set to 'work ; Why ,, It; That ,
in the city Sundayand Monday,They leased, on bond;. Bob Evans,, both on tI,. street .for, a period of fifteen -y I l *
left Tuesday';for Nareoo. ee. '' white; and, two ;'negro'women.''. ',The ,da,*. r ; Name .Cole' .
will be heard at' the October t t : .: tlie: .
'Just received 50 skirts that our buyV cases.; Joan'' Sch m'tdk. the"1 "'soda
J pOp lar
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.... ........... ....o... 0t '.1" bought at bargain'Values up to term. of, court.*, clerk at the Roberson drug store,' ha :== : r "

*" -- : $10.00j; your choice $2.98. Dollar 1 City Matsbal?Overstreet has a gang received notice of winning third prizein s Have'ome' -/'y vv '

t I Limit' 'Store. of men-;busy; this week cutting the the.Welch Grape Juice window display == .- ' . ft' .'.. ,
I feather, Reporto j Mr. and Mr. J.' A* Bar 1arIsses weeds along the sides;of 'the'streets contest ""' ..nthouaand .window ': '* .

t Wenner and Sawyer and Miss Alma and -cleaning; off 'the sidewalks. He displays, ..in seventeen states, Synonomous? ,. ..: .;:: .
and'the enterod in this content and John .
Cooper motored'to' Orlando ,last. Sunday i.-doing the work thoroughly were "
; aW :'Following: are'dall7"tempera" city 'will present a neat appearancij\ uy is entitled to a great deal-of praisefor == V, : .'
when he baa .finished. his victory, lie received .a check' ...
j tares and precipitations as re-i I Vens/Mi' Savage of Jupiter war a for |1 ,from.the grape Juice company. I ;'' .
ported. by Government stationI visitor in the city this week. Mr. Savage xl..lmmee, Rebekah Lodge No. 42 Ask of ',the: 'people'of''
any
I I at Kissimmee for the week enduing is n brother-in-law of Mrs.,Savage extends an Invitation to all sojourning! A. B.: 'Cook tc Co., Orlando;, Fla., :
re Thursday, August 19: 61 the Manhattan Hotel. Odd Fellows and their ,families to desire investment In this section; Kissimmee this '
9 9Friday I meet with them at 8:30 August 27 lands, bank stocks: mortgages and a. question*
_.____ __...92 78 Mrs. F. W. Hill of Narcoossee, socialhour. .
1015, at Fraternity Hall for a Investments.,,. It you have a good pay. ..' ,iI' ..' .
i : i Saturday .__. _.._j9l 80 passed through the city Wednesday will Mary E. Tait Sec. .business for sale write the com '
Sunday ___ __ ____90 77 en route to New York where she pany. All matters treated as confi
; i visit-her tell because .
f .son. The Kissimmee Concert Band wiU dential. 34-4t ;; They'll jitvis:
you : ,
) Monday ___.._ ____95 78 Mrs. M.' A. Sawyer returned Tues give a moonlight excursion on the lake .
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"Tuesday ._____ ___.97 80 day from North Carolina: where she next Monday night.A concert pro- The Rev J. J. Hall, of Atlanta Ga., ;:;;; we sellonlythefirst', ,
i Wednesday ____ .__96 79 has been visiting relatives for' sev- gram will be rendered on board and delivered a lecture at the Baptist \

i :Thursday ____ ____.97 78u eral months. there .will be refreshments. Every- church Wednesday night on his experiences i
at prices .
quality goods n'
bod) going. Are you t > 'in Germany at the outbreak _, : : ,
Dickinson of the firm'of
,
Attorney
of the European Dr. Hal)
) war.
.......0..., ........ ...... Dickinson & Dickinson, 'of 'Orlando, C. W. Griffin and C. L. Bandy left is a pleasant talker and interested a keeping'' with honest" profit.
for Asheville, N. C., where .
*1 was a visitor! in the city Wednesdayon Sunday fair- 1zed audience He is a memberof :: 6! tI
ti .. 'Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A. legal'uslness.. thev. vill be joined by Congressman and
the 'American Peace
K. New Rivers 80tf Society ,
; ; Drought Building. 1V.Seara; They will then go to
S. S. Griffin of Orlando, was .a visitor E. L. Lesley and family are movingthis Washington, D. C., and to Atlantic closed his talk with a plea for peace.

in the city last Friday. way week to their from new their country home place on Broad-northof City tion. for" several -weeks' rest and vaca 1LIA telegram received this, week Don't fail'tosee our:,/line i t1 r

' .Miss Ora Kirkwood, of St. Cloud, the city on the Orlando road. brought the news to Mr. and Mrs. J. arid<
.-pent Monday in Kissimmee.. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Powers haveas A. Barclay that they were grand of leather goods ; cut,
Miss ERIe Lawson left Wednesday their guests his grandmother Mrs. parents. The telegram was from F. '
,' Joe Johnston was a business visitor afternoon for Birmingham, Ala., Mary" Winegord, of Formosa, his uncle J. Boody, their son-in-law, announcing glass. '....
in Orlando last Saturday. where she will visit relatives for sev- ==
i Charles Winegord, also of Formosa I that a seven pound boy wae born,
.
Xr Henry Partin and Gone Bryan spent eral weeks. < and his sister Miss Lulu Pow Tuesday morning. Mother .and babe --- '
last Saturday afternoon in Orlando. Engraved cards and invitations. Wean ers, of Fort Pierce. They arrived are getting along nlc.ly.. Mrs. Boody = .\
I Monday and will spend a week or ten is well known in Kissimmee, having = '
{ Call the
at Valley
H. E. Cole went to Winter Haven furnish them.
days here. visited with her here Your . '
[ Tuesday on business. I Gazette office. tf ago last winter. parents ,_a year Eyes

Judge J. II. Walker, of Bassenger, The Rev. C. M. Brittain, of Lake Word was received here this weekof ZK- = t a'''k
lV \ was a visitor in the city Monday. I City, formerly Baptist pastor here, the death of Mrs. O. C. Darling, who (Additional Locals oPage 4) They should be first
L and now treasurer of Columbia college with: her husband has spent the last your
fine I
15-inch buck toweling, quality,
was a visitor here this wtek. five winters in Kissimmee. Mrs. Darl-
at The Embroidery Shop.Men' Victor Edwards, of Edwards Brothers ing died at her home in Conneaut, TO PIANO OWNERSI :: friend. Let_ us ,.examine. ,
well-known in Kis-
$5.00 oxfords cut to $3.50.F. Ohio. She was
H. Lawson. St. Cloud passed through the city simmee, where her kind dispositionmade have "been waiting for the good
Monday on route north- to spend his hundreds of friends, all of whom roads to get through before again them and fit .your glasses.
1 Big cut on men's hats at F. H. Law- vacation. . taking a share of the piano work in ... "
sorrowed her death.
wilt be
by == .;:
d1 .on'.. Kissimmee. I am sure it will be to '
J. E. Stewart of Jacksonville, = '
C. J. Loomis went to Lakeland Mon- the paper department of representing the Sheriff L. H. Ingram left this week our mutual satisfaction to resume relations ::::: : '.' ,
; day for a several days' visit. H. & W. B. Drew comptny, was a business for Newton Grove, N. C., where he with my old customers, and L
new customers will find it equally Co F
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and
visitor in the goes to join Mrs. Ingram daughter Cole Jewelry) .
city Monday. .
wi A. W. Smith of Orange Center, Irene. After a short stay there profitable and pleasant to have my .
spent Monday in the city.J. Charles Doll, of Tampa, was in the he will return home with them: Mrs. services. Write me and I will Fordto = ." . '

H. Walker Jr., of Bassenger, city Monday representing the printing Ingram and daughter have been spending you promptly. = JEWELERS ,AND IOPTOMETR 'SI
-d Monday in Kissimmee. department of the H. & W. B. Drew several weeks there. Sincerely
spent

1 O. Lisenby in Kissimmee., of Rosalie, spent Saturday I:I company, .Mrs.and,Mrs.Harry of Jacksonville.Mr. J. C.Luff Palmer, of Winder-mere. and daughter -, can Engraved furnish them.cards und Call invitations.at Valley Ga-We' Wade the Orlando Tuner.Fla.:I;lIl1l1l1l1l1l1l1l1l1l1l1l11ll1lll1l1l11l I I I II I l II ll lIlIillllllllllj'lllllll I lll llll

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4 ";'aDon't fail to see those $10.00 skirts motored over and spent Monday in zette office. -- -- ----- -. .

T++ + Collar Limit Store, 298. Kissimmee.Ed. Those? Interested in the parcel post '

Prof, W. A. Stokes, of Bartow, was Roberts left this week for Ten- sale held last Saturday by the Metho- t
i visitor here on Wednesday. nessee and other perfnts in'the north, dist ladles will be glad to know that '

..( i' Hugh Larmon. of Lakeland, was alT where he will spend several weeks' over fifty dollars was cleared. The Fall Goods Arriving Daily" -
business visitor here Tuesday. vacation... committee is grateful to friends far
and near who donated the parcels, and .. .
'r Mrs. H. H. Huff left Thursday for a Mrs. Alfred E. Donegan expects to appreciate the assistance of all those Ifi, I
J;' .' visit. with her mother in Tampa.tr'y' leave today for a visit of several who in any way contributed to the + falland '1 R. .
*a business visitor weeks with friends. in Cipcinnati and carrying out of the enterprise. We have'ad: ;.J> "purchases for ,the : 1\'

:: ;" >htoOrandooye8terda) afternoon. Indianapolis. Miss Maude Balleng, daughter of winter trade and' already shipments .qf' ,this stock';' '... ,.... ,.
I { materials Mr. and Mrs, C.. L. Bandy and son, !oft. anc. Mrs: ''Dal1enger. of the dairy s : '. . '.,

new-ide.-free m.'ea'ch ,.. '
4 r and Miss Hazel) Naugle motorojj o ; are "c'o"m'len'g. day
"1 materials at the.Pmbroidery!: Shop.. Orlandq'laet: Saturday' gra.:: The., Ala.body,,Yfors burial.shipped.'_''Funeral I, ...' ," ... ", ' 'j :' ( ., , : J-.j'\: :> .,. r.c<;1, .J-r./ ,:.:{ !,.J 1 .u .. ....1:
$ 1' : '
> .afternoAyo : : '\ ,.,,. ',,' '"r i4/{ \1\i. ,: .
,: MissLena'Lord': d'Mn.c :;L.. H?: oI i held here. The'sorrow- /. { "" IjbdF ..I" .
tgham
: ," with Mr. and Mrs. ... John,M... Groce who'has been em body.
Sunday accompaniedthe
boon
'' I ;" .0.,1i..Funk spent at\IIUJia; '*, Island.'.,, .'. ployed at the. Reed bakery' left Saturday . ;)800PairsTofNew.: : lahoesPlacedorr I J!
9., ,for* Jacksonville, where ,be Mr .- G.,0, :, ,Livingston* and 'Mis* .
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.Do not forget that you'get cut prices went to:accept a ,position.; ? Ruby" .:HI. scored a. tie record '.at the '. ', .: :" "r-7',' ';J:,

..on :everything, you' -buy at F. H. Law-* Arthur Carmichael l. of' Taiqpa, ia beginner's-day shoot for ladies given Our Shelves 'This:' Week ,
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}It. vson'' *. a visitor; tn the eity this week comingup by the KlssI mee Gun Club yesterday ., ,,-- .
I W. H. Brokaw of Orlando was a to visit with old friends, having afternoon. They will shoot off the tie .
., visitor in the city on business Thurs formerly been a resident of this cty. at some future date for the prize spoon and .'
I; rday.. 'William. R. (Dink) Cubbage and given by the Dupont Powder company.J. Come i in let us show you sourer Qf" this newthings' :

!p' Miss Mabel Masses of .Marshalville, Mrs. Hauty Richardson were married D. Clark returned from Hender- ( " "
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,:;:: i Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Monday at the court house, Judge T. sonville, N. C., OR Monday to attendto in .footwear I ;

,; I: Bryan and other rel. tlves.to. . M. Murphy performing the ceremony. some to business Hendersonville affairs.later He will in the return '.. '

: +'il! George Wilcox, Western Union in- Mr. and Mrs. GOrge W. Seymourand week and join Mrs. Clark and daughter -
lit' pector, of Jacksonville spent several son, of Bar tow, passed through and make the trip back to Kissim H. c. STANFORD.CO.'
,r,' hours here Sunday. Kissimmee Monday en route to White mee in their automobile. Mrs. H. C. . I ; ,.;',
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'f. -
,J. H. Rigging and family of St. Springs.Mr. Stanford and Slaughters, who accom-
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Ir ; Cloud motored to Kissimmee last Sun- and Mrs. H. W. Grady, Mr. and panied them to Hendersonville will .

,t-': day. Mrs H. M. Breaker and Mrs. B. M. not return until early In September. _',' 1 ,- :.

Hall motored to Orlando Sunday af- ._. .
W. Miller fs visiting her .
Mrs. J. --- --- --- --- -- -. +
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ternoon. ", "TC"'It ,- ' .
in Hender- ..
Singletary ,
,- ,# sonville daughter, ,N.Mrs.C. Messrs. Mac Arrowsmith, Donald ,I ... -. ... -IIt...- ... -It....-- ... -::;- "'R... -... "' -11. "'A.. "" v", ,, '.''''''' ,-.-:- "" ". ." .. y:: V ,

two Conn Earle Schofield and Floyd Mo- .,
we'vaca' ion from enjoying his duties a at the.. sher of St. Cloud were visitors in the : (

Osceola pharmacy. city Wednesday evening. PERSONS BUYS BARGAINSDOLLAR : d

Misses Una- Garner and Gladys ,
returned Saturday
Mrs. F. G. Thomason Johnson, of St. Cloud, were the guestsof '
1,.,. from a ten days' visit with relatives -
Miss Mattie Belle Harris the first ;
in south Florida. of the week. :
FOR LIMIT STARE
Furnished fllats for rent in the Mr. and "Mrs. H. M. Breaker, Miss .:

r. 1 Valley Gazette building. Apply at Jackson, Mrs. Frarklln and daughter, '''.,\ ,..t' ..:>, ;
',d, }a this office tf Irene, will leave Saturday by automobile J "', '
for a visit of several days at >> t'
1'T ;r i Senator A. E. Donegan and County Daytona Beach. '
'-Demonstration' Agent B. E. Evans 'F' formtttt.K' '
S spent Saturday afternoon in Orlando. Help the band boys by taking the ;
'\f: :'f.; ,moonlight excursion next Monday NICHT LETTERTHE .
}r 1 Mr*. Edgar Kate will leave soon for night The boat will leave the dock ,
': Pittsburg, where she will spend sometime at 8 o'clock prompt and return at 11o'clock. ; "
i'1t, ;, visiting her mother.. WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY. ,, a :

.; Mon- Miss Hazel Naugle who has 'been INCORPORATED A.: ,
; Gus Meyers went to Tampa I ':
,I;: :,t l day and will spend a-. week visiting the guest of her brother/. E. Nau- 25,000 OFFICES IN AMERICA CABLE SERVICE TO ALL,:THE WORLOThis 15
\ with friends there. gle and.family for" several weeks left Company TRANSMIT' and DKLIVBRS maaaafes only on condition limiting\ : Its IIab111tyC: v/hlcb have been aaaantad.. to bl '

;1 ;Mrs. J. Wi Saxton and baby, of Orlando Thursday. for..her home in Shelbyville, the vender Errors: of can th.be following aruarded against Nlg-fet fAft.i.nly'by repaatlar a m....... baa! to th.. ending station for compartwiC-: aW-?, -tae, Compini i / I ." ,+ Q + art
: of her mother Ind. will not bold Itself llabie for errors cr delar In transmission or d.li .rr ol,17a_i '" alight I.".M, ..DtJat'N4uce4'rat_ b. ;
II. .; : are the guests I yond a sum qual to ten times the amount paid for transmission; nor in anreaa beyond the um of >>-"......at whloh onv. i '
i i ,Mr*. Scott.DeWilton. W. B. Crawford left Sunday company less otherwise. dated below this m.i.arn has bass valued by th. .dertb.r. of. nor In any caa. where, the claim la noted pr..na ?
1 with C. I.. Day general manager writing within sixty day after the message U sled with th. Company for tranamraatoaT. '. \ r w( .,ke
.1 1: Alderman, Gene Bryan of the Southern utilities Company This Is an VNRBPKATKD' NIGHT' UOTTKH. and Is delivered by requeat of the .nder., under- the.'eo.dllioae"narned'ahoy.. . . t

.. i'; ,\ Fred Orlando Bass Sunday.and J. S. Cadel motored to York for 'a and aeaUon Maine./to be. -spent. in New THE10. If. TAIE, I........t. t ,. J BBI.TIOERV BROOSU-' oe.iral. '....... ;fit, 1" r r.,


, m./ J. W. Miller; Henry Lightaey and Mr.. and' Mrs. J. T-,Miller and children r

j Walter Thomas motored to 'Orlando.on of'Haioes City, passed through RECEIVED 4 J BR 4?' COLLECT ''NL '
': '.}<, .business Monday. the' city Honda)'. in their'automobileen \ AT .
> ." :Gray Rush, the Ford man- of 0.j ..- route to White Springs, where they ''" ". '1'' '
r' ":'' .lando busine visitor. the will spend eeveral-w.ekLtFredn.GUDert HtM .NEW. YORK. N.Y, AUG ?" 16 ,, 4 r
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i ,.' city'. .Thursday.. . ,, ; whoIwith/hli: / :'wif. ',#''f.t...,.,....; v PE""SONS. 1.. '1 ,....t"-. .t" .. ,'. ,.. #..;.\t-J. "jl.1 "'t. t.1 r
. 1 tll !? 'M..'E.Ughtfoot "'" f Tampaw1t; ''a I I. spending: some"'time at. ,'White ;U\ >': >' V/V!: "'",Il< , a
;:. business: .ltorr ins, K1 .immee' on. Springs,' came'bome Sunday and left ;*. . ; ... : I. --r : " '. ." ..<" .. :-" . .. "" 'o' .I '
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3t :' '"Thureday.a\ ." ', ""Z>; "." : .r.%. tt' again.for'-Whit*.Spring .Monday. 'atternoon. .? ;I BOYlNGiBiGGERBAIlGAINS THAN ,EVER ,BEFORE ;BY ''PAYINGCASNi', o 9y
; ;K" / : ; BOUGHT
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t {'?; ''pa'qn. H. C.Monday fiatper'wasieito,':. ( .;..onbusiness. In Tam!-; I R:7L.K.UieanilE.: ,; 'T.: 'b'1.' ..'of 1 : ";TODAY 'ONE,.HUNDREDDRESSES'; ,. ,VALUESY'FROUPIVEh'DOLLLARS';; >'lp"TElt"!= :'W EVWILL'V:: : : !

, 1',' : . < j 4 -i,,..",.*'u/ I Hardeman F. 'Al.Babb county, Tennessee at- Shingie are Creek visiting ; f.i f. ; <$THEl1AT'NINETX-EIGHT4CTS. ; : : : : ; '.:_ ::ALSO ;!BARGAIN; 'AIl : ?,.S .. S:,,I '.''WILL.BE", : ; HOME'? .
r ,: 'f ,- Madame.Von i left.Tuesday for New' They'.are;looking; around the, county.. 1 r f INt :TWO. ,WEEKS iAN "WE. WILL; ; ..LE.eTHEIL. ,GO.: ;: '.-: . ":, 1-, : L

I'..'.,: 'York .City, ]where,she "n'.tend'.eT-1! With,a.vieW'to.locating.berm.. -{ .? I:t, ; ..... . . . .J,:..: 1...; ,...... f.. ,,0; ., \.. .. .
w' '..it' era!I weekat ,bet"i"1*** ;, i N ..'. ... ... ., I (* .W'PERSONS! '. ,.....tf'I"", "."/(, wi.;11"r'A' '/'"
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: :o . . o .!. ..o.: being .itdd.d for this' purpose. >these : DR.. J.. A.. TROVILUONSnecialist

.l lI' fir f: 1 serving at the sam time to curb the InV "
'/ SUMMER PETTICOATS exorban ..or a very full cut of,semi CANCER GOITRE AND TUMORS- :;;
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I iYothigFoiks CareT of Woman'sWorldBeautiful 1 ) ; I : very light' material, such as crepe de i ieben. Cur them without'chtting: '
'. . . . .......000..0. .,. ..' It' is, excedingly likely this them, out. .. ,

\ the Baby; in.Summer' ;;The",'petticoat ,Is likely I; ;'to' play;; ;'i model :will"have a',,notable success, !' ORLANDO, : ,- -*. ;;FLORIDA;w J,... .

,' John Ii IiJa..b much mar Important. and risible sine it is replete with reason, and 8S, mss' i , ; .
:', ._ ._ F.lc V.u.-. Widow ." I'I'praeticadWy. -'
MIN part in the. dre scheme than is at; the : ( ?. ,
Pressed Fa*Tableaux. Astor Sew.Fef'Charity.Photo II jresent suspected; since there are already , ;During the past week also I.have "

indications that for certain been studying the various types of '
t dresy occoaions the all-around full boots it i. supposed'W* 'shall' adoptas I. S.ILBUflOCKREAL: "

t skirt will give away before the : a completion to our curtailed Jupes. ,.

light draprles that reveal a peep-of Of these eminently the neatest-are .' ,
I
I chlldr.n' bureau Unit '
Prepared ed States by the departm.nt of labor.] peticoat at the hem, writes Mrs. Jack I I| built of some soft shiny leather withlong .. '\': ;
f h' May in the Queen (London). For i plain fronts and lace on tfl. }jn- ESTATE
aA, I f 44 "Swat the fljrl"This r light summer gowns this idea if bound side. They are exceedingly high and
., j>0- 4j legend should. be written on the to atract attention, the mod or net ju- i unles the leather is really as light in NNINSURANCE "

W i wall of every mother's room to remind fcon daintily decked with, ribbons or I weight as it appear, these boots will

4' her constantly that one of the an integrel part of the scheme. And I scarcely prove the acme of comfort tI

great services she can render her babyIs r t these particular efforts will doubtless i in the hot weather. At the same time Examination of Titles a

to protect him and bis food from also draw into service crepe de they are certainly attractive, and al- I 'yy
t
Dies. chines and double nlnons. the feeling:'terminate midway between knee and Specialty.

.Every female fly may lay about 120 with these diaphanous stuffs being ankle. j

: eggs at a lime,' which hatch. ten days to indulge in a lavish amount of dec. The feeling for voluminosity pre- \v.Corresoondence : "

into full grown files, so that every oration. But for all-round useful wear I vades everything, not excepting evening Solicited. 1e I(1Q .
.there I is nothing' that within
) comes manteaux. I
female fly which Is not destroyed will was greatly priv- ",
measureable distance of chiffon taffeta ileged to see some of the choicest '
Increased million by.the end 't
be many task which is soft enough to be flounced and most exquisite models evolved this Robert Riedel : ,
of the season. It IH an Impossible
$ nad which does not rustle. I"havelikewise season, and was much struck by the
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tbt'01llt thin stage or to '
to destroy protect and much '
sen very admired pronounced aide draperies that oc- CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOPV'
rt t the house and l family against them some chene taffetas and a certain cured in a quite appreciate numberof :'

I '' Tbe only renlly'effective results are gros grain taffeta that promise schemes. There was a richness of Window and Door Screens, Ripair i ,;!if

16i. secured when the CKKR; are destroyed.Thu great durability while there are already ligne and expression far beyond anything and Cabinet Work. \?$:" .

favorite bridling. places of the being shown a number of fine I we have enjoyed for some years. '
common housefly IH In horse manure lawn, generously flounced. 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 2S'l'f: '

In a pile of n lliuufuuid pounds there Quite a capital notion is a sort of I. Cures Old Sons, Other RsmsOet Won't Cure. Darlington Ave, Near Freight Depot! ; "

may bo half a million maggots, ready trouser petticoat. This opens from The woretcaveB the no matter of bow lonff tending '
are cured by wondvrful, old reliable DcPoer' :
lithe the'waist to hem at the back, and is .. C. F. THRASHER
to hutch, unless they nro destroyed : Anll""f>tlc He lio( oil. It retime
larval Hinge/: II" II... ego, < arc railed : stepped into small inner leg pieces Pain and llesli at the ane time. 23c.SOc SUOO
SHEET METAL WORKER '
lone born
Various biiliHlniiccM mig : ,
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Rested. for use. upon( borne. manure In Steel
Ceilings Specialty
C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary. a
order. to destroy.' the fly inns):otH
Among these are Iron sulphate,, Ueronone by American PreiR AHfloctatlon.MIH. 'Phone 14S-R Klaalmmee. Flfc.

chloride of lime, hellebore and
borax. UAI1KI.KINB rOHOB ABTOU.MTH. The Waters & Carson -'

The Lulled. :Stales. department of agriculture John Jacob Astor; like no many DR. J. W. SIMPSON

has recently recommended other Morlc'ty WOIIIIMI IH busily ohKUKiMl( /: t
In Hewing for Imrlty these clo K. He- DENTIST
powdered hellebore as n cheap( Kate )
and effective substance for the treatment IIld"K| tlni; ,Home time each tiny to Grocery Company Upstairs in Katz Building

of manure. "One-half. (pound I of various oulxlde. < Interests, Mrs. Astor Office Houre: 8 a. m. to 11 m.
much of her limo with bei 1:19: to 6:80 m.
VlJ powdered hellebore mixed with ten gallons spends Telephone No. 78 June f.1 yr.
of water is sufHrleut to kill the young son John Jacob Astor who IH t.
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ten cubic now three yearn. old dud who\ was. burn Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES '
larvae In eight bushels, or
hellebore after hla father was drowned In the DR. W. W. CARSON
feet, of manure. In most places
terrible Titanic disaster.
Is obtained In 100 pound lots at a DENTIST '
That no need or comfort for John
cost of 11 cents a pound. This makes ' Jacob Astor IH overlooked! or neglectedor Office over Rilley Building
the cost of the treatment a little less
I will be liS Ionic as his mother Is his Office Houre- S-11. 1-I
than seven-tenths of n cent per bushelof Office 'Phone 168 Hpaldence Phone IS '1
manure. A liberal estimate of the ,general guardian Is Indicated from her -- Gas Administered' for Extraction of ';.
statement In her report to the surro TeethT. .
output of manure Is two bushels a day 0000440400444004 000)00-00-0)0)00-0)00-0)0)0)0)0)00-0) 5't .
I per horse." gate's court not long slnre. 4 0- 0) 0O -t

"By the provision made In the will 0 WE SELL >00 WE BUY 0)
After the summer has advanced the : : M. RIVERS. M. D. I, i
of my late husband," says Mrs Astor < 0 0) "
effort must be made to keep each Ink
1 br American Frees Association. "for the creation of a trust fund of.OOO.OOO 4 HAY >00 0 0) PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

$ for the benefit of each childof < O 0- IIIDES 0.
The: sweet little girl here pictured t.r mine that might survive him h\ > GRAIN < < 0 Office over Osceola Pharmacy '4

..... :' Ills G eY1e.. Fox daughter of Dr. > 4 >0FURS >000 ,
,...... clearly( appears that It was bill Intention Phone Residence 51 ,- t
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> 4 Office $. ,
> FERTILIZERS 14
and Mrs. Lyttleton Fox of New York to provide' a sum for the maintenance 00 .
7' > >0WOOL 0- .
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t n city and Southampton: Y. Recently and support of such Infant am > SHINGLES 0- 0 O \

she took part In a series of tableaux pie to secure everything for the comfort > < 00AND O CEO. F. PARKER $1'!f

17i .at Southhanipton, where she live in wel/are and education of such > ORANGE BOXES >00 0 O .',
t other chll- child that money could provide." < >000 0 ALL 0O ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
.i
t ) summer* iTherp; were many ',.
4 Little John Jacob, like any other ORANGE WRAPS >000 4
\dren In the Urine pictures, which were ..
f.1.*4' ( r baby, has had his pleasures, which to 4 >0COUNTRY Collections and Conveyances +

> 'given to'help' the poor children of the him{ have been not the least bit less 00 VEGETABLE. CRATES 0O 00- Specialties "
t = east''Side of, New' York and enable enjoyable because of the need In his 4 <. PRODUCE 0O

some of them to take a brief vacation young'life of legal services. In the > CRATE NAILS 0) 1111.1 Broadway I rG. ,'J f
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I* ,at the seaside or on some of the many schedules which have been filed by his 00- 0) r ,".
'
iI "' farms In' N.w'York and New ;Jersey mother there is a suggestion of bobbyhorses 4000000040000000 0400004400000000We F. KRIBBS .'. <::
that throw :open their doors to these other ;11
rubber balls and all the
little folks.:. As the photograph shows. things that make children happy. tell field and garden seed of all kinds. A'lTOENEYAT.LAWHxamlnatlon .Ii

a +u, / Miss Oenerier made ayy.ry attractive When Surrogate Fowler appointed Wi .jive special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. of Titles a peelaltr.:' ,

picture. t ;..... .:. Mrs.. Astor .. general guardian of herson Free delivery in city limits. Tone No.' 12. Notification, and Payment of taxes ,*fBoaresidents '_

I? '.,;,I : ';*,"'\' ' ", I on Nor 8, 1912 the court fixed ,We are.county agent for good fertilizers. Ask u* for circular and. price : *.'attention.gives" .careful, '"
p i' ::/The Lloyd' 'Lindsay'/ Rao*. which fertilizers. "
$10,000 year as- the amount on ? Klsalramsa. , ;ria. ,
k! .M"I : '"Two or more pain of pails are placed she was to expend on his support '" ', ,"
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+ ,, la a row thus: maintenance'and education, for) three f"' \
''' '' :>o'-o" ';*>"* "l" '' Pat Johnston O.' p.,OarT.t$ : .
/ : : T ; ; .,, ; o-o., years 'thereafter. This- orders! waa ...., ?
", :> Bach set of palls is represented by a amended on Aug. 5, 1914, Increasingthis JOHNSTON &: GARRETT =, :, a ,

f. ('' ''team of two players. allowance to f20,000'a year, and t'..
ij.: 9:-r ., !The teams'start from a point twenty the accounting/ of Mrs. Astor shows The of the world ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,;";

thirty or,fifty yards away (as space how Inadequate was the first provision eyes Offices 10. Jl and 12 Citizens Bank '. ;

b ."",",1Jr., A .will permit)from the pails made for tile Astor h(>ir. The guardianship Building .. '. _
";\\'f''''.r'Y Each pair runs hand in band till it will continue until John Jacob is Klaalramee. Fla. ,.) :

-, reaches a line drawn about eight to fourteen years old.MILITARY. the who .
ten feet in front of the pails, thus A HAPFJt BABY vHs 18 Olnl rfeika.dividual PBOTBOTBD. FBOM are on man 1.\/\..:
'' \ Louie C. Itfaaaer T. Plcton WarloW >
_' 0 0 0 .F ;.:J<
'r ,Jt ,0. home as tree from the pest .. MOTIF. Late Counsel for Jadre of ta. ,
.
i f 'I: 't .. .". ,,,". ... ... can be done with screens, fly papers -r Kla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Coati ."'N'1:
1.1' 1 Smart Blouse Employs Embroidery Design MASSEY &: WARLOW .'
swatters.
'.. 'Oil.this :.line, opposite each pall, are traps Garbage, and palls must be kept covered With Warlike Suggestions. ATTORNEYS and'COUNSELLOES fJ

rw\, ,I,, ;:' ,,placed three potatoes or tennis balls. and no refuse of any sort should be allowed The blouse of today comes In many SAVESAUSE Practice In all AT the LAW courts of the State'. 1'1;O>;'f

\ + J Each player tries to throw the pota- to accumulate about the premises guises, and It Is not to be wondered at and of the United States, also befr ',:'lit,1

; 1 ,jtoes or. ball,opposite .his pall into his to provide breeding and feeding that many of them show the effects of the Florida Railroad Commission .u4 ,,,\
the Interstate Commerce CoramlaaloB. ;
at time .
,4IaIJ.'OD. a places. As in most other things, prevention 11-14 Charleston Bldg. I .
,,_ .,Jf, be misses he must retrieve his po.f'j'l. la far better than cure. The Orlando. 71s. "-171'. ;:!IIt.
\ itato and throw It sgalni I from the balk be 1
time for preventive measures to .
,' Jin until be'baa all three lathe. pall. .
moat effective is in April and !la,. i' ,
'; { "' : :He may do all his retrieving of misses when the fly crop is small. DR. M. J. HICKS ,

' >at ODe tIm. or as be misses, just as bettprefermv Fly swatters should be used continually > for a moment, young man f

.As. soon as either partDerfaoccee4a" if flies into the house, and ,
h get PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
t1 in :'this,, but .not sooner, be poisonous and sticky fly papers will a thought to self. The

x' /, can,, help out' bis teammate by going help to rid it of these., pests. There Office State Bank Building

i ..' '(behind bla pail ao4 throwing back to aoe a great many kinds of fly traps on problems that confront you now, or Phones: Office 41 SIGResidence
r 4 Lim''' his,miaeed potatoes or balls, but 40
:
the market. Such traps can be madeat .
1 q, :'not otherwise assist him. home with little trouble and the de- j will a few years hence.Look t
,
,:'A team cannot race back'to the starting partment of agriculture, Washington, '
point till It, has all Ita potatoM in J. W. THOMPSON
will J send directions not
"' *h Ita ,pall..' 'Then It goes back hand in only for trap., but for upon methods request of destroying a / about yea-the mca off affairs Ia conatry stats, aatioa-yes, ; ,.

; ,i ; } hand, and the first team crossing the the eggs before they hatch la the world are the mea who started to san early ia. life FUNERAL'DIRECTOR _, I

'',starting.,line wins.-Scouting. Into Ole.A( homemade fly trap and .M
J a copy of Bulletin 243 are lent for 20 They have the respect aad confidence> the cem nnity. andLICENSED

S* ," :Woh.lo. Woh.lel ...>)>
Then look: 0* the ether side;-at file fellows who' rpead aO tkyy EMBALMERStore
r ,.It.II01m4a!, like an Indian cry but it It is certain that typhoid fever I. distributed

'4s'not ,It ta a'call'mad up- of parts by flies, and It is probablealso t" ac' atske-they may ..... a rood time for a while, bat what d... tk., and Chapel, Stewart Ave '

;,or three important English words and that the germs of other diseasesare personalUy.reflect' ,,,j . KU4mmee. Fliw +a

r f It ia addressed tQ American girls of the carried in this way. It Is. therefore 1'

Jt p present, ';time,,,: This wohelo '"wo-he* possible that the fly which falls A dollar or so deposited ia this bank will be the '
"*, wood of the Into the milk or walks over the baby's
composed
>4o, new .
,,1s a : Helens of aa hoaorable, indepeadeat career.: P. A. Vans Agnew W. B. Crawt r"'
*.lrst two, ).letters of the Important mouth or alights on the nipple of the .
Make Tear1
b.glanlagaewtoday. -
i ffj, \\atchworda\ \of,.the Camp re Qlrls-, bottle may .leave there the germs. year VANS ACNEW &: CRAWFORD "
':work, heal .!;,IOTe-tb8118 really com. The baby, like the rest of the'family, bank book:,will pan the way.State ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

t uprising about alt there Is to life. Thecall.tberefore7la'not should be protected by having the .' '. 1' Offices: 8-4-6-6 Citizens Bank i
i
SHIBI "A II- ,
' r L only euphonious. doors and windows of the whole house frajo Building w_

.,, "*>nt la'followed by a long rolling echo screened, It possible and.'by. baring A the uItary.> The one pictured here Bank Xl .llDlD." Floda' ,' ,

/when.sung'n the right tone where the screened porch on.,which to play, and .la built of white'crepesde chine, combined ,

t' echoes U1e.>'- .. Nicholas.I . sleep It this cannot be done at least with nary blue. 'The military .
\ the: :.should be screenedIf; ; t.., \ I; .
wire screens.are too expensive cotton! : seams, . "
Du.ton .
A Ousti*** netting may be.had for a. few cent-a '- '.- ; :';; of Kissimmee . A TTORNEY-AT-I\ W, ,
t .A Mostless" dustercan o* p.1tlt.A'plaln .., '" 'j ,. .r
good; yard.'\wblch will sen.hdPurposetemporarily. I *r. -r, worse Fer Whit : .' \ ? :.Warini,Budding "
Vibd of,a pair,of;old.,stockings.sl* 'In-hot"waterand ,t : ". :" '. . .. ..
<;,T,{ cloth .dipped apUaJ slack ._.. __ _.__.... 4.._ ,ooo.OOc .
.
andthen soak t .. ,...i 1
open.mcbe together 'fir v< rr' / then. In a saucer of bran will clean R'..... .... -- .' .- .:.. ; ...--,:..;. ....".". _.... ,7(10t.Y.w0-( ,. "
ed to coal oil for ereral boor before, | T. clean. La ei.Y.k.s. '< white punt,and.',not 'injure' It- The r ' , "1' f' ; ::". "

i ,. b.r# i'Iaglb* air to dry. A :Lace i 10-' may be'cleaiiedby'anapplication :: : ,ciao acts like SXMLP on.the, .paJDCO.v. Officers' ud .Dkcten.i: I '; u "vO ; i -* /Wi.a ls.Weed"of"ai J ::V- s

,f .., 'of-any white; past (nof 1. VETERINARY I'v
< SURGEON
( 'A'CARSON. : M.UE.'VKa'rW; "t .
MaaMne'OII tains. liquidfor,cleaning',white'shoe. ,,Bob '.r4oht.nieg. ; -ftuaa. fW.. i-" .: \ : '- f f. ;--Can ForA. -..
.
err i oO'stains onwhit* paste t'on' .rootblyaUow.to.dry'; -and ,Throw coarse salt over race and carpets 'I"M.KATZ.:2DdV", . : ', 4. 's," ad. ; . ,, :'", F. RICHMOND *
'
removed ,by.rubbing then trash ,lt-,Cllt.! Do j nofr-w>> any before sweeping them to pro yent f ,' .1' Soria '''

w a 'dOth;';pMt;wltb 'amP1 cleaning, preparation. ':whfca. .require: the duet from rldngbtswill: brU\tea ROMA,.THOMAS,::c.. \" ,.x / ., :'j ,, 'r, )G11pg 'r..4 sip., ". V> ''

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'1. .. :.>t..t .: . _. A.' -SatWwt: wtlN r' . ;:AMiiipncji' . ". . ,
...' "' ,_ ., 1.ota I Block ,. OTfHKR.ff ,- : ..* tat traf flo,, L*, pa /

: o :. '1> T' NUo. I. trbjrv a-iv-jri that th. tellewlagcdsso rl >e- 'tkcrlr / to per the aroomat d. Mr aa. arUi et op3SttthMmeA t l'ili ltck'Od' ocLit. ,' wber .the heaviest traffl. seal- :
.eth.e wltla the oat of *.*. aal* aa4 wfil ot Kst "" 1 _' :-rr
.dvertlda.g
1? 1{b fold at public avotloa oa the ,th da r .f ..pt inb.n A. front Block laOerScdw Hester is carried 0'. paved with. ..N sVQstp._*.. ,
r 'raf the City uaU loot. at Klcaltam: City' Cmatr of OaaoU.aa4 mat* .of a.4" IookH v -,--: ..: 1: ; Why did they thear .up ftiTrW.. .'" lkMr*. |
terid.o '' I. _> ___ _ Allot Black iv rbr iiitrHP.taw. l 'pa *'*** replace thom mat Plan Board. oaSi s. ossls 1'I/
I.. ". "SEr-t: ( NWtf. .f 8Ey *f Be**,, .
I Amo.nt ?' lion 1" Tp.I. R 1? rns ITS14U' ft.. block: the fact that soap, from a jiasisT. Is

( 'Mor1ptton. : ofa4Bd. .cAltfi 'OWNER. .Taza tr Cat B 104 : -I4i( ft. W.104 14 tt.leir. ., Oo n.1t.JI'ttll.'o.. : : '_____.w__:. good roads w*"''need':thorn I three gallons:of water to a pooa-l' tj>
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,i,1,. Lot .Co... ni .: .: .. I' _!
8W1 :
? r;- 'Pii.. >-_ 'o: .i"3<1ZZt"A" ""_..."_ Jefcaa.i.J, _. tit best,.th* chapMt.'with tea or twalvo."will ordinarily OMStnltb .
1 rr: r.!:!". Biv 8 10 cor of Block 11. W of : rubs,'- . Be. 1111'' ft W and .o" ft. 1 I o i8111eor. ; material and home labor, olf scale. Th oltion U o-Mr

1"t .. S 51.t) fl.AL ft. 8 lb Block ft. K)lei 11 '-tree.--: te-fc-f-jY 1- ..::,;:;.:::.;:;::::. IB: .R. .1/.r'NW"'lan.'W," .r.U"81D'6."" '! t..N 5.c:10'\6.10 TA n.l.t. ,, .1 . of tie money at home. and 'cheaply mad. 'Tb*,thric-i, _*-C, 'S'

": lP'i.Al1.; r. .... R.-s.bajtl.m .. B.*... 1. ' '. 4U''" tf0l 8 %0115 It:. CrOara._. Tlm.thr._ : ....::::....... truly say that we (Kis- scales and plant lice can ordfau-rOy b*;'
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.X .. .. r. a,, ., _..140.. ___. le. ,..* _. .1 < ,Ba. co.. .. of" NW 1 of BB Pocwk1T 31 '" J. '" ) a1 progrsivi' town, in controlled by a solution of ode poad:, 4
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.....- carte --
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'Ij\\> (Lou 1. 1.-I.' "4 and Is: ,neck '1 '._...:-.0 .... ,). ....; !. _.... '.1' R II ruse N. 110 n.'JD 56 n. 8 1'7ft.' word. to Sight gallons of water t L
Lou L X. Block I ,....- Ha.. Mrs.H.ABus >; . .... 'W Ii It. .--' .----..--...----=.-. Bod-, .Miss '.:: ...............: 'city as w.Us. th.'citbeDa I Tobacco '-xttae or soy of'tb.'ta. 2 'a
i f to li/lnolu.ly. Block I ...-.._' Mn. K.. A.._. ." B..:811I Clor. of Block W run.i 1 r--
,
r I to 11 IncluslI .*. Block .-._ Baaa Mrs. SB. A. _=:-z !.... l\l' LTI'.bib.44.' $.b.DD1v41:111 H. Taylor,, Mra. 'Uanrl .._....... money In XI..imm.4. baceo products nso for Inseetldde. U
tiu to 10 Inclus' .. Block 7 _'":.- Baaa, Mra. H.i A.lBaas. .-, n .. .. .11.0 ... A.' *** grow.*. good to add to the soap .olutlon.. ,The +
rf I Mra. SO. A.. _....'... .. 11... lIIat- ....__ '
<: 1 to 10 Incl.stv Block ---- -- 'CITIZEN. tobacco nsoallr call for a. small
Lot 1. Block B .. : ,A ; sprays
i t: '1 to I IncluslT and Lots 10 and ___ 7. H. Klrby,8mlth : '
11.-Block __ __ .. _, __ __---> Basa- Mr. m. '_.. ____ 17at W. At 1'.Mvk' AdUtlaB. -... I amount of soap,*,about one pound ter;;
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I and It. Block- I-_...-_..-__...., Hall H). H. ..__._. . u.,_ 14.7' 0. .III..... ___..-..1... .r Lot 10 complain that the fem-: 10Dga11ons of water.,In :;
.It. .. 'I., 4, 1 and 7. Block 10 _------e; D.....Mra. B. A. ...-,___ 1..11 Blak dont It is' ', consider'ably'I
I and I, Block ____ a..., Mra. B. A. _---- '..toBlmm. Lot S '-. Thompson, J, W. ....,.I.T.. -j n bang together Dr.3irger advises that -
.4, '." Ur.Lot. iBlookd11___ .. J. EL ____ 14.0 at'SfWeor.: i..BlkJWi.. ini% that It never will at least more soap, and relatively lea of the, ,
d .Lot. 1 to>> 10 Inclu.Ivo, _.-.- Bass Mrs. B. A. ____ 10.14 ft. 8 111 tt. B If M ft. 8.10 ft. W.II fC .f use It is feminine.. In pol- tobacco be used. In,one,
.'c........11'. .WI..I..r' Lot 16 ..1.I N 1" ft. __________-.___________ Vldaon. A. Z_ ...'.. .......... preparation .
.I I5. a Pas.. A.wU.- Beg. II% ft. B of NW .or. of Block must "sgre to disagree. Instane b* rid a solarium riDe of,la-

Xx>ts l--Jid 11. Block A ..__....._ Zack Richardson Eat __ .... run. H 1 01 ft. III .. ft. 8 .0 ft. -, sect pe.t by''using:,one pound of soap" j
U. l> _..a"* Adwt4 _- II It. 813% ft. B147ft.N'4115ft.' ''l
n.
P. r +
-, Lot 1. Block A __,.___________ 8.11. A. B. _______ n." W40ftN .01ftWt1. ____.__ Daa". J. J. ___________ threatened,with a dela,. of to sixteen' gallons of water-and the' r
Block A -,_--._------- Qrll n. J. O. ____________ 1',1'Da"14.0" I'E% of Lot. 1. Block q ___ Atkinson J. B. _____ the war. WeD. well be so recommended amount. ,<-f black, leaf. ,, 1o-'
it... ... T and 1. Block AC ---:..---- ,, A. tr__________ .,.. I W.H......irs 15.-lab-Div. of Biak that forty. '
I i, 1, I, 4 and IT Block P ______ DaTldson, A. 1... _______.___ 10.01 T" "_ happy enjoying peace .
Lota i and 6. Block tr ____._____ BaavMra. B. A. ___________ 11.1 BV4 *f Lot 1 and W lot Lot T. Block U Harwell. Sara __ ___ calamity' of _.tat' sort 4
Lou 7 and 1. Block a _____________,;, Thomas. Walter ______ 1.11 WH of Lot 4 Block V _r..iu.j__ >>ak.... B. T. __.. T. ...._ _*. If the Mexican people would start a1 = ,
WJ4 *f Lot ,. Block W _.. _II Alle. 0. H. . ) revolution against revolution and put,:
4f.d eH.d elm 'W!. DI.t d.I.Dr : WH of Lot 1. Block T ______ ______ Wat-onTl-rf-- :;;;;;....;.._ In the usual Mexican fashIon sIt
.sgkt' A.wtJ a- Lot 4, Block T __-_____ a W. waiting through -
I .rx_________ Porter Nathan ____________ (.10 8 I 1-1 of Lot 1. Block "CO" _._.,_I1! _;_ Thompson. J. W. .... helped lust now by deleting. they might effectually stamp, oat". 1, f
.R.Nwa's AIUd.-- B**. at NW Lot I Block runs 1 their \ '
curse
... countrTalreate
9 1. Block 1 Blckerdlka Mis. B. _____ ,.... 14TH' ft.cori. ft. rf 14TH' n. W SO ft. OUb-rt. P. & __--_-_ _- nand Inserting "ch" before .
duet at ==::== Mallory John ___________ 1.71 All S of A O L Rjr. In Block. 1*. II In the Last word. ,
y nUTot' .. Block j----___.__ w. f. Johnson _--a---_ 7. and II ._- ___ ____ __ MoLauren, H. X.. _-__ n. =.. lst.... IM MIlt It lied
W& .of Lot I. Block I ________ Robinson, LIBunn. ... _____ 7.,. Lots 1 ncBi: ll .H-T__ .......... city 1*, 1t6O years old. ..._ W He seal* ... laxattv.....,1.TIVM .......
>{. 4_ I. lock I _____ ____ Jerry 11.11 III of Block li _______________ gt.dlrr.:.......... for its constant effort aaOMO QUlirulHssilst lasa*W "
r ". )C o V 1. Block I -._ .--___ jDeveaux, Ro_ Eat _____ 7.00Howard 8"'-.ot Lot 4. Block IT -___ WhaJey.. Bd. _________ out and get in touch 0.W._ ... des a.! -- -....-.arch
with
,_' 'W/ _t.,1, and .. Block __--- WalterMcNea _______ 11,14 Bete. 14 H' ft. N of SB cor Lot 1. Block rtaato* -.. ae..ba Ute fall _... C
't'' Block I __.- -_. -_ Jess ________ 11.'. '0.. runs N I' fL W_ 14'1"Jl1.! A ta ift. ,, for .* ... tw l erf JC. W. .
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McLean. D. C. -.._________ '.'1 P1141 H ft = :: :._ :.,_- :._:..:.:..:.: ''Han..... R P. ..-.-.__.... JM- : .
.: Wearer H. W. _________ 1..11 J. W. Lilly's Ad4ltb>
OIOCK 1. ------_. ___ Nelson. A. 8.Oaulden. _________ 11.11 Lots 10, 11 and IS, Block 1 _.-_..___ MeLavBhUa ____ _____ . .
;;.. ot* and I. II _. Henry .____________ '...10AD4..o" Lots ,1 and Block S ...- __ Paulk.TU __=-_________ : =
H Luc Block lie less a :strip 4. ft. Lot 7, kl,1 __ .____.-.: ,.:::=_=:: Bmlth. R.. c ________ .. .. .
i I etoti N aid __---_-_---_-_----- ". Marrl __________ 4.11 Lot 7. Block _____ __I Osooola Hdw. Co. .. .....,..? !'
I'' F1.rlda Laad .. Igrsveas.at. c.' W\6 ot Lota 11 and 11Bo----_____- Mrs. C. M. Rook _______ ) '., .
.'' i Lot 7, Block 4 ________ Oallabr.. :B. P. _________ It.
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Lot. rind $4 Canter M. D. ___...___________ 14.1 .. H. Btlr* ..45141.:. .1'\1.\ 'j. Oao'i" r 4
, r.:' t W4ll wD.yl.'a b.DlT. ';;LL .t* M. Lot 100 ft. sq.ar In NB _I'. Block 1K. ._ Drirvr. H., H. ________ ( ; ,\'
er ..* .f r. i_ 0.... ._ B .W..... .A **_,_' AUUtl- : .riii
t'L % Logo 1* and 10. Block D ____ T- 88aallettet..Bt.U.. D. - _- 2.21Unknown : Block S and 10 __,_____________-______ 1I09d)'. H. W. ______.-.___ '..'J
I. .
> lots 10 and 11. Block O ___________ 6:. ::: ':::_ W. C. r- A..tI_ "v ; :
... ow...... .A w_..'. B._Dl.. .f ..... Lot 1 -_____.__ ______________ TlndaU. K. D. ._________ .", .. .
$. ... ._, V4 .* cis .( V. ... L c.'. larV.yi n. i_ .....,. Addltl.- / .t-, "
,, ( Lot. Ito IncluslT Block A ______ ___________.____ 1.10 Lot S, Hicks. M. 3. ____________ '
.f. oj Lets I to' IncluslT. Block B Unknown 6.10 Lot S _::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Newton, Miss B Original tllp : n-
;!f1; .>t' Lot. 1 to ins Block C .,._._________ Unknown _-._:.:::::_:____=__ 1.10 Lot j _.____________________________.. Baas Roll. ::::::::=== :::: ,; . .: : "
i! '1s, Lot..l to 9 ins Block D _________..-- Unknown .....-------..--_---. l.tl Lot 16 Baas Oscar ___..____.___?____ ' "
Block B ..---------- Unknown ...................... I.K: Lots 11. iT"ii."iiri7"Sn'ofi7to"io"in'oTrr Don....... A. HJ. ____n 4...... ' ," }\
ht', '1 Loots 1 to 1 1 a Block F .. _________ Unknown __ ___________, ___ i.Sl .&. B. D.a...' ....DI.. of 17' % .f eBR V'V-
t. '. ,Lot. 1 to 1 Inc. Blook O __-.- Unknown _._.._-____....__._: -1.20Unknown ., NIa'( .f NWMS.. T*. -. ... : ;:.TreesThat
i LOI. 1 to 0 Inc. Block H .._ .-_-.1: _.________-_ I..' __ Distinctive ,
, 1'x Lot. 1 t. Inc. Block I _.__________ Unknown ____________________ 1.10 Lot 1. Block 1 ITndsrmar, C. B. _. ,
(', :Lot. 1 to 0 Inc. Block J __________ Unknown 6.20Unknown Lot 1. Block 1 _______________________ Hanson. :R, P. __._=::==-= : ', .. ;;
Lot. 1 to 0 ins Block K ___________ ::::::=::::::::::::= 1.10 Lot I Block 1 Prescott M. M.Bronson _________
L ___________ Unknown Lots 6. 4 1 ...
Lou 1 to 2 Inc. Block and Block I Wm
,_ Lou 1 to Inc. Block M __________ Unknown ::::::::::=::==::: U Lot 8. Block I ___________._. Rledsl. Clara _---::::::=== : : r,
Q Lot. 1 t. f Inc. Block N ______________ Unknown ._----------________ 1,10 O. A. Oar_..>* Altl_

Lota Lot. 1 1 to to S. Inc.Inc. Block Block O P________-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__ Unknown Unknown ::::::::::::::::::::= U Lot.Lot 1T T.and Block 8.: Block A _D _____________._._.. Smith..KlrbrCarson. C. A. _._-__--_--==--=::::= : : J -

v .J. IL W-.U'. u ..b-Dlv..f. Lot 56 ..tr .. Kll-u_. Hlcht '
V. I_ E. Ca'aier; Lots .1 and II ______________________. W. O. Hanklss ________ Ix>ts 14. 16. 11 14, 11 and 17 .. . . WoodalL J. H. _______________ 1.71Unknown Lot 00Lot. _. Vans Agnew Frank_ .
Lot ILots ______________________________-. _.__._.__-_._>________ 1.04 11T-to 111 Inc. __ OarrtC B. 11. .. ===:: : '. I I'
Lot 11 ____ "_________ Jones L. R. ____________________ 1.04 Lots 114 111 and dbttr.. F. & _____________ \1 "
c '._ and lo""III-IIII"___________ Blakr'ae'orBIIIIZIIll: 1.14 ......... -...- < :''
*!llJackson. Lot 1. Block I ___ __. Norton, Mra. W. H.Basa. .. ; .;
Lotrl2l -and-IIK. ---:::::::::::: J. F. __________________ 7.11 Lot I. Block 4 _ZI_ Rull ------- : w* are doing more basin*** khan any'other :purr: ..R'
s Lota and IT --_----__--___ ___ ------- Leak.. Usa, _________________ 1.10 Lots I and 10. Block It Nelson. A. iC::::::=====:: :: wry concern in Florida right BOW,U due to.ourorigtnal'. *
'r' Lou 12 1l.$4. and If ______ Bryant. 8. B. _________________ '.'lWUherspoon. Lots .. S. 1. and 7, Block li Bak.r. J. B. _.____________. methods and our dlstlnctlv trees ' ";
at $t ": John ____________ 1.14 A.. B. 0........ .....DIY. ., W ., '
)_ C. B------rl'; sal-DI.W.i. of 1..tA .,.H __ BVfc _f .BU .* SEH4 .f .ID Orange Trees'Grapefruit Trees, Tangertnis-dl.tino- k
B. .f Sp. _- L 0.... ....._ 34 Yee I* .T.. SO, R > -_ Uv and with a royal ancostry-each bred, for ''fflcleney
.Lot fi _____________________-_-___ Sams. William _____________ 1.'. Lots 4 11. ____. Norton. Mr*. O.______________ and with'possibilities for. the Florida the.
( 1 ... W. )N.rrew'. .....01.. .f Let _* .' Lots 4. I. and I Block7.--- Lsland. K. K. planter beyond:
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i P. ... L e..'. ..! *-- UBBUHV-: !. conception of the men or concerns who* standard is trunea *- '
t Lot. II and II _i'-__________-______ Wayman. Anna ________.___ 1.11 8 ot 8W4le.- *.*. NB ocr nan. to name alone, and whoa conception of troeneai to a

'_ P.Lot...14 L 8 c.of.'.Midland Pam,. Br.Whit C... ._*_*_-___________ B.t.)', C. H. ____-._________ 11.41 N SUO' ft. W'to to becT Bdy.: also of 80.tea beV.li thn 11ft .. '--0- .. particular type bas not reached the -stag. that bar im-; i ... .b

... )**-rabliirbDlv.. ., .Part N Oft.S'& cor. runa N SI7 ft W lit peUecI.clonmeD'of old methods. ;'. '
.( 2..1 *_. r. l. .. <.. *-;_ ft 8 117 11 : '
.. Yet. 4. i. 7. 1 and 10 _________._____ Unknown _______________ :__ '..1 R, f I. ft B ft 8 1/. Tp. II. a _._ __ ___ Our catalog will b* a' a'revelation to you. It'sets th e"r
Lou 11. 11. 11 and 14 ---- --.- Whit. P. O. ________________ l.li aWA. of"8B"r.8ecl"l"Tp: "B--S sTIT: :lrnKt.. J. _---::=____-_ ::: tandard of quality.f To. read it_U to apprectat the vain*, ...
'i It. W of NB cor. of tot 71 run. BH of of '
'NBU NWK ot NWti 80 II of merit'
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ft. 8 IIS ft. B 1M ft. N In ft. BchmiCt, wilhelm __________ I.UKcLaur. Tp. lit R l __ _ ___ Mrer .. W. ____________ That price higher in \ Ias'than' other' .'.
t Au:._,_' P.b.Db..4 I..t T* .f F.1. Des. ..1 '% obL BI and l/yea N of BWcor our ar no ; '
... .. of aW PA.'w.I charge I* a compelling factor which / tb '
ti. .rvey1 lof NWId Sea 22. Tp. quality, ,
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1 Lou a and 10 --------- ---- H. L. 11.14 II R 22 nan. III UI rcta. N to yda. :: should lead the planter to send for the catalOg and plant
tbi f-'I.! of'NW.::=. lt.l,i.Bel' tJr. W t.O 'dL 8T. )'d. _____________ Oradort R. B.! _________ '-- ....... J' ..
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L w. K...'. lab-Div. .. Lot PT .,' r. oar trees. ----r'J' ; .L
i rL N iofI __ Hammond. N. ____ .._. 1.41 .
a 101 f1. W 111'4 ---- ...HG1 c.>- Parry-. 1'), l,
a W. .-..-... ...... >iT. .J Lot T*. x>t and S ____ Bnrnsr. KMcNaX ..n' I k tr I y
A.-ltl** to Plee.. r-Jit u 11 and 11 _.---w_____ JT. ... TM It
P.bDtal_ Alt? BallU .-.._.:.....,..L__. Lit x>t 1. ____..._...______.4 . ..... McBrld*. JT.-O.-"-'-0. - .
r._..wl2.sa...bi: a '. .ttS Lo I' ___ .:. _. _.___ Porter. Nathan _..__:.:_:_':::: 1::: )i''
",. Ld .. .. r. i_ _. o. adLot.1 _________ "" I' Lake Garfieki' NseriE'
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Lot .:. -::.... .. Dowalngv a W. -_- . i LIICady. : -.. ... . .. Jam**, O. ...-... 1: .
W- T ' ii ".......... .A. M..r :.-..._..: 1.1' Loti\------i. B. _-___ .... :. ,,
LJf_ ** Lot. ;ii1i. D41, .. LaLond. B. ,............ ,11.1 I, .. ' Torso; ,, ,;; .; '.
.: .1 and ... u .Bln., ...... John.-___............-. LIt I \ .. ,J' : .
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Randers, .. ...01 11'
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>- vI'Orld Blockof -B L'=:::======. Samoan Alonso nri-TT_..T.,. .M_ ....1 _.c :: ;1'

ab.e..Ya'. Pab-my. of _leek "H 1P ... ..... . .. .. . . .. less than the vitrified bride.Cresote v ,
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__. Mack. . .. ..._ : ,
r Lou 1 an4 I ______ .----- ; ------ ;
.-. ? Lot I _____.a______.___.___________ Ros-era, Lonfenla ______ ass cypress blocks. Why !)POTATOES ;;
.--....... lab-DIV.. .r _...- "Y I"- O GOOD ROADS AND 4> II[ it not cheaper than brick: SEED ,
'J Porter Nathan ______ 1.10 BETTER TIMES 4>
&c.\o"ti if i rBfz: ;;:*!Book"T; &:; ? e not do the work at home with '
run. W .0 f t. N 10 I- B .0 ft. B 10 ft. T>a-la, a X_ _._____________ '.'1 4> l labor? All we need to import FCR FALL. PLANTING''. ,
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W''% 01 Block "U 11---------- "__ Coebrane A. B. ________ 14.70 . .. ..... . .... .......... ,
'W'at._ e. *.bDivrvr "if"i, .* creosote. 't
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--Sit I might appear to be a knocker In Think I Would it not 'be ... .... N*.. 4. First,Os** '.**_,. $__ 5 per; .o** basdeed. q'-"
Lpq 10 _ _______ ____ Brook.. H. P. Ill '
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11 and NB cor. of 1Be :Block 0 tuna W a few of my remark but I want it the hones' feet Would it not fifty pound has, freight prepaid. 1 STOCK. LIMITED Plan'ter; : ; .

Aft 8 10 ft. a *. ft. N so 1ft.L Allan C. B. _______________--N 1.10 kept in mind that all the fault or the jar on automobiles T Would proaiptly..1 r ,. '
Beat 8 W cor of Block runs---I-- miistaVes of the pat brought up in deaden the noise of traffic > p ._. f >' 'j: '$!
rt. W $l ft. B 160ft Bi II it.i. al.o bejt. this article I .
done in
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Block 4 8 t. B II ft. are a vengeful '\
NB eor. runs Horse couM be driven on this . '
N 110 ft. W .l ft. ______________. Jarrell A. B. r 1_ mood or to knock but that we way '
Lot. 1 and S, Block I ._______________ Ford William r=::--=:::::: U.:: profit in the future by the. mistake of KILGORE EED COMPANYPLANT
Lot I Block I ______________-.__ Hopson, C. A. _________________ ll.SO :
Lola 4. I and I Block I ---------------- T. J. Bell Bst. ______________ 14.1) the past. Wise men, like fool, make I
r Lots 1 and .. Block I .____._...____. Waring. R. D. _____________ t.ll mistakes, but unlike fool, they profit Send CUT nOJU A.. J;. '
1 .All o&.Block 11ti ________- _________ Baaa, CW.CR.______ ___ 41.10 'by the mistakes of themselves and us ....', .'-',
Ber.SI fT NB ft N cor.and of of Block Block SO.11 runs-----B---100-- Tlnar. ____...-___.._ 11.41, others. ...... ."....' ... .. .." .., ..' ..... ... .'.............'..... ... yt

B100ft.N100 ft. W 100 ft. Mrs. Prlsellla Baas Eat .. .. 21.21 '
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\ Lot. 1 and 2. Block 11 ____________-____ Minx, Julia I .A. ---- 11.11 So let' study some mistakes made Orders For ,,... .. .. .. _- .. '..',.. "-j,' .
Lot. I and 4. Block II -_______________ Mra. C. A. Minx e.- ===::::: 1.10 by this city in the past that we may -" '- .

Lota 1, 6, Block A --- Bmnna Bass _________._.____. 18.41/ profit in the future. .f"'ft
Lot 1, Block B ... ... ::::::::::: Fleming, D. But ____________11.14 I SHAMS + ,
Block B _.__ Robinson. Bllaab.th. __ i4.9eMCL.an. The '
city dug ditch
Lot -- costing
I. ---- -------- I a $17-
1 NH Lots 4 and I. Block D .. O. C. ::::::-?:__ 1101: 000.00. FIRE ESCAPES
:Be NB cor. of Illock M. r .jw.int. Lumber:
I. if 10 ft. III 22 It. N 10 It. -__.________ Smith. J. H. _______,_-------..:. 11.11 This ditch wa dug by a nonresident OIIAMNKl-S May Co.WoW "i"
K Beg. 10 tt. B of NB cor Lot 1 Block M. ANGLES AJtD .
run. W IS fC B 60 tL E .l ft. N 10 ft. Smith. J. H. __________________ \.. and the money went away from :
L 881ft. of Block N and be ft at SW cor. home. ALL SHAPES aaIe aJ R.tan P-alen la C l )> :
, of Block N run. 8 11% : B to Rl.ht Kissimmee could have purchased a '
. of Way of A C L R)'. tTjence NB alongRt.
of way to S Bdy. of Block N, then ditching machine and hired competent BOILER FIXATES : '

W to --_ diver W. M. ___.______________ 4'.11 home men to do; the work for a YrLLO.w: ; ;' 1 Eiii.MB: :
. Lot S I W and of'By.llock 4 Block P and P.Lots,1Lota .I _and... B.... N. P. _________________ '.11 sum not exceeding the cost of TANK STEEL .R I ; i

' 4 .Block Q ______..._...__._________ Mrs. M. M. Maklnson ______ 11.71 then we would have the diUh'l GALVANIZED .1
Robert /Baum Sisl Addliao r- which would lessen the cost of the fill COPPER AND' Shingles;and'Laths' atn011S
.?; Lots S and: 4 = J_ _.-- Alfred Oreer Bet ____________ 7.11 : : !
;: Lou 11 and 11 __ _______ .Chandler, Florence _____ ___- 14.70 across the head of the lake that we ZINC SHEETS ; ,
...t. nldai K.B.Annq-- want BO much also this ditch need ' BILLS f '
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, All Fractional Block 1 _._______ Ba.. N. P. ______________ '.'1 cleaning out. Keep this in mind and : .' ; /A;SPECIALTY, ', 'i: / ,.. ( ,
____ __.__ BOOB '' ' ;
Lot'?. Block 7'_._- -- -- -- Hick. M. J. __ _____ 11.01 TRUSS I' ) ' 1 4 7".
Lot : Kulp. ),f.... G O.r_____-_____ .'.10 bear with me to the end. rJ. aft 4nk Ii'i..a. '. ) f
Lot f endc8W 1-------------------$.. J. _M. ________ 141.01 Paved Street STAY BOITSSTBUOXUBATj AU w* :.s fgrs.m ;Tea atilista, :. C\ ; "fi
Lou S and T. Block 11 _____________ TarlOr.... \ B.-__,_________ 11.11 ; 1'\
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.\... BeaS ft B 47 der. B of moat northerly Klsslmme4v the past bricked some i Attedi4! sal!,Pro.pt] |) 1iT..,., r ., j .
eor. of Block 1.. runa 8 47 de*. B6ort846d.g.W streets a most needful owrk, the cost 'I.1BOl'f' WORN 1 < ,

I* ft. N 41 dev. B n.ftL,IftN/Tdeg.W_-- Baaa Rail _.___...______ 11.10 of which wa approximately: 75000. OF ALL KQfDI : 21 '" Kissimmcc;; Ha; : A
Beir..most .oU : :l.o Vl It.tN' Bock This work wa done by an Alabama i.\ : : ; :i

Vina N 47 deg firm. The brick carne from Alabama. -, .- 'II- .. ., ... '. ,' .. >
ALL HARD WOODS .
W 71 ft. 8 41 dK. W 71 ft. 8 47 deer.B

fl ft ______jin.JJ.JL--. __..-'__. B.... Roll ________________. 11.19 The freight w.. high. The labor wa .,. ... .. ..... .. J-ifl'J.1 .
____ Baaa, RullMaklnson. _____________ 21.12 imported. The money went away from ', .
Lot.6183oand S,and a.tri1"frVnd 4 LAUNCHES :
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'.. ,. All. Inch'! off NB aid of Lot 4. In Block W. B. _____'_____ Stl.tl Now, I am an advocate of good DOIUBS!: AND ....... ................ .. ........... ......... .. .. h.-1, ..
of Block i1-B rjiii"4 C. H' ,
: road, also a booster or try to be, butI 8-tFF8 ' "'J 14
1 of Wm. Cannon'* A ldltloau._ Thurman H. W. ____________ 711.11 in favor of much of '
'" \ 'Wt.Ba-wcll' A4ltl- am keeping as I BUILT TO '

1.0I and NWH of Lot S ?___--___.- Qrlffln, J. C. _......, 14.70 the money at home as possible and | .A kasCitrus( NurseOcoee 'res /
Lots 16. II .n4-11 lass a .trlp 1IU ft. giving the home folks'emplowment. I ORDER Q\ :

'I' "f Lotf1 off-- N and .,_-.__--....--.. .. WIUI.Johnson.a.b.C. P.-s-_____...._.. 1S.SI.1.1' If a citizen of this town want dry BOILERS AND' v -" ;"' '0' ; .. >' .. ',' _' J< Q; "

'+ Wsa.. CLots .....AddW.r- good, groverie or hardware and send TANKS BUILT TO '
! '_ 2. *, 4 and I __-_.----.-- W. B. Maklnson Co .J.. ......_ .,." to Sears and Bareback any other ". ORDER ;;Florida': ;\ ;}p
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f Lot A __ ...._ So..Fla. Lmbr Co. ...- JL __ S.74 mail order house,, the merchant., city' ., UMP8 FOB ALL .} ., It >' 1(' i r ; ,

r., '{1i.>_ .ekall. at..cor.'runs DR14 N_atrly.-.TeiZekall.nue. -ft, Nal.dZr?;tX.W "Trade council and at home newspaper, "Spend put your np a money howl rUBPOSESCOMPETEirf. C ;AH t tho: :i 'Ddl'.1i; (varieties: 'of rt; }

.111.4 It'Ua.n"Q, a.southerly direction In Kisalmem and watch Kiaiimmee Oratiee and"Grnpefrult: ; 'lit:' : '
,. >.... to ..ell'. ____. _. ..: ._1&. Lu"t.1' Ca ,...,,,..,. 1$01. &'J'Ow.- ROAD WORKAT trees' :' ; ,
FOB '
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M :: 11.110 11,16.. i II. lr' go a. little farther and when the cityor prices' \ ;i ' .':
k ''x;11. I..:.... '.. 'd. II; 17'S.$9.' 40. 41.:>. .... ... & r # f4
.' 12 45. 61.. II, 14" II. U. 67.,11.,11. 10. ; ... >' : county Spends money and especially ** 'The 'raltiy}; istk' tJe t'I' '
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f ""k 72. T4&16.TI..Mra. C .r.' .r.'I : .'." in large sum, keep ** much home as > : seasott ; ; \
n .ilt.\ W."f.f.'t.. ; 'ifi.1 P17. t.bfol'.Co.-.. .... !:;i.;; ..... possible. We here ; ;:; time to set trees7' : d.;: trees' set!*" :
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O'Ned' Addttl.jl' : ; f. W ., at home that vitrified .
and . iZp1 '." .. ( < ... -' P' : :- :now'Willkeep'one'yesrsgrowtlihi. ] .% '
Lot. 4 S.BL.ak Q .. .. . : tY7'; c.'L. ., . 1'1U brick for road materialv inuBinC'um.
... Block D .. .. Harw.l ..., ..., 1. {l "ff
:. + .w.- ', : ; advance the 1I.kiudottr8e1: : ,
+'.f Let ;Stock B )-;: ---_. Brewirj,' ..,.. ; "T.:::;,:::,:::; ,.til\\ ; we" :; give 'employment'to ; P'
c' .' i Jlea'. .tit NB eor.' ot NJII of HE8 8/e. <' \: home people keeping, the; money, at _t..t.xtl.tt.s.teclayf.. ... I + ./ '
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:to<. I ... I home to be spent with our merchant i
in1t filttLN,1'f4Will; ,, I4ttNi .... Pirte----ices, : canb 'JACKSONYILS.E I .'and .l est price N.ttwll t-bwe nli-rt-ir;*-- 1 I"JJ .
j< Also the roads ,Laid/for fLPR '
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'SEEDS'We Tnmm, Sh.rig.f Oeeoola COttnty, have .
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Adveriiscmcnis i this day ,.attached 'certain personal Notice !. .hereby< erlvoa to i all whom ,', .J h "
:;: ::: property belonging ::to Andre. Van derMeersohi It may concern that -onithe IIth.-.y A., evtee"'m* TFeeVteeej': '' r, .*> ..UsJto!' SlateeisWta e4 ,,_

t' ... r. () r ,, J I, L 11 ,. i In the County .f Osoeobm Btate. of February, A :D."' .11..1.1, apply, 2 ** Agv** lto* v -' < ,-* H
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r I' i i11111iii iiii to the Honorable M. Murphy. '
; i i 11111 i Of Florida,, described follows. : :
4 1,1 N..l .TOHATOBS AN DITUBNIPS !
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; !; One Oakland five .. _rIU. said Court mm Judge. of Probata.for -t '' .' ; .. .
,' I I. Model the property t ApVe Van' ..r my Anal discharge mm Administrator" of (
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AYAEvis5iwPRN
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all:tuVUdincvarieties ; the estate of: Aaron Keesberyi doooasedl .
Meersoh-In the County of Os eola and - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - '
t .ot lpan..'Field eadCiarden I . ._ State of Vlo......, -.' '. >' and that .at that trsae I Win present, 'two ; ;: 'set' inches ,'-1'
T.n e UJIf'I'Y 'eywr OP"HilLs4 Ton are hereby commanded: to appear to said Court my final'i-accounts) mm Tbsr.'ar. type's'of sqnsrites, they'shosildbS .lcht.
Seeds that hare been .OMoIJuu COUNTY. STATE OS. before the Judge of the County Courtof Administrator of said .'estate. ,and, ask, the bosh varieties and the rvnninr Ta" apart'in row three. If the' ,? '

: tested andknown to be 'especlally -. '..LOMIOL, '. IChii Osoeola County,.A.IMKlrh.on the 5th for,Da their.d .u.approval.. -:1 -' I rietie., The'bush varieties should be plants .not pr-ned apr. they.j-'
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r. adapted ,to, Florida, .- da7y lag sv of Rule September Day oi" eaU court,,t.sam.b.answer Snd.Ai49oUoffT, . I'' planted 'In- bills four feet apart each may plant i three fetap'n ,".

;,soU, and.,climate." .....U0.' ."",..._,"' '.''' in; an action of Assumpslt Damage* In It 1 m < m *. Administrator.6H . way. Squashe are prolific.and a sap rows IO fe aprt.- .' .'
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the of Three Hundred In .
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I sum ". ply for-tli family will ordinarily train to stakes.
... IC. B.I... De........ which Robert T. Cochran and Emma M. 'BIDS average .,
... .. To J.'K. Baldon. Defendant In the above Cocbran co-partners dolnar. business .. 1If0TlCII ,, be furnished by live or six hill especially for the early crop, a* plants.

FOVLTRTPJw'. ,: r', and all other persons Interest- Ttobt, T. Cochran 4s Co.. of the City of Sealed" olds ii'i'7b'rec" I..1"br' :"the of each sort.* Sqaaah seed'should not 1 treated will be healther and-more

/ .- ,' SUPPLIES ." i New York Slate of Mow York. areKalntlffs Board of County Commissioners of Os be-planted until after danger of,frost easily cultivated wil
Andre pruc
--7k INCUBATORS. ; ETC.OONKKY .; or Ton Attachment are hereby b..notified b..n Issued,that airalnstyou. a Writ Is and defendant the said Herein Van fail not der ceola County up toSS s.jm September6th hover and the coil quite;,warm. Tb.. which i* earlier and in ,

)l :" ,'pnATT9 and your oods'at Nar- or Judgment will b. given against :you 1915. on Uaselln orToil Tractor, cultivation' '.and ..car t of squashes aiM and shape than that produced by .
coo...*, tt.etk8e: State of by default Engine of about $horse ,or IITractive
I horse power, provided withdraw should be the aam a*,that' given cucumber ; plants which have not been tie.and ,,
''/ Florida has b..n attached to satisfy June
MEDICINES .
,.' the, demand of Chas. H. Moorhouie, Ui.UU.INGRAMSherlit bar attachment so arranged the or muikmelon. I,,. pruned.' Soon after .etti .
roil Plaintiff In the above cauie, amountlnir o( Oaceola County. road machine may be drawn on the The summer squash U prepared for plant in the' Held a .tk shouldbe,

UTE CATALOGUE to Two Hundred Seventy-four at 41-100 Florida. side of road while Tr.ctormnctn. the table*In several '1. It be driven near each which' It, 'j
) may
tT.4S J. I OVBRSTRKBT. moves along the center of road.
?Z .&IfD.WEKKLY ntlCK (| ) Dollars.
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Now. unless you shall appear before Clerk of County Court. Bids to cover engine and draw bar boiled and eaten with butter, pepper, maybe tied. .should be exercised flft
I JUST the County Court In and for the County Osceola County Florida. attachment delivered. set up and demonstrated and salt or it may" be parboiled andthen to tie the plant so that it will not '

; 'J.' of Hlllsborourli. State of Florida.; (County Court Seal) at or near Klsslmmee Flor frl'ed. 'It may also be sliced be Injured by the trlng- A plan .
,J aforesaid nrst Monday In September By JAMKH: !' M. JOHNSTON D. C. goo
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<( Oldest A. 'b.tht.t JudffmentNwIlL. be LEWIS OI3RY.N.Attorney ida.The Board reserves the right to accept without boiling soaked in- water witha i* to loop the string around . ,
L established. and Larg I rendered airalnst you and your property for Plaintiff. S.-9t or reject any or all bids. little salt, and then frfend in egg and tie it under a leaf stem. Go over ,

F eite.d, House In Florida : sold for above Indobtodness. B. U LESLEY, and bread crumbs or cracker crumbs, the patch once every week or ten days ,,
Dated this Ulh of A. D.
day June NOTICE TO CHKDITOBS. Attest Chairman.
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_ like egg-plant. Winter varieties and all in the
tl are remove shots
J. Clerk. 44tNOTICH starng
L A. MARTIN SEED GO HILBURN A BtJLU !. Court ef ito Oonarty: Judge, Stale L.-xOVEUSTRKJIT. stewed or steamed to be -served with axils of the leaves. ''

lt Attorneys for Plaintiff. of Florida, Onrcola ("0.1'. butter and salt or are prepared in Varieties recommended: Por'eaHy J

I t ;* SOU Kaal' Bay Street, In re all Estate rredKors.of John legatees'V. Thompson.To dlstrlbuer FOR PUBMOATIOlIfDepertmeBt the same way for pie filling They tomatoes, Earliana or Chalk's. Early |

NOTICE! FOR PUBLICATIONrtment : also be baked and served In the Jewel the
JACKSONVILLE.: P1XMUDA $ and all ollae'A''f.flalm.: :' ordemands of the Interior, V. a. Laud may is recommended, preferably
u: against ilffiee .t Ualnesvllle. Klorlda. July shell or the flesh may be scraped out former. For medium and late varieties '

< > .. of the Interior U. H. Laad You 'Und each of you, are hereby no- 24. 1515.Notice after and served with butter the '
.... 5 j tinod! and required any'claims baking following; are *suggested ,
OfSce at O.I..n'III. Klorlda.Jnlr 10Whf
and h."nU. and salt. Greater Red Globe
i demands or.ither ; Baltimore Rock' ,

.- _.:__ Serial JVu JO..ol>1C15.rr Od417 of John you. AV.may Thompson.have against dociased.th tcatate'of .\. 1'ntlen.la of hereby Louichman given, Florida that Byron who Varieties recommended: The 'va Beauty, Acme, and Stone. The Stone 7.

late of Onceola county. Florida., to the on Match 80 11114 made Homestead rieties of summer squash commonly i* usually for canning. 't
"
;ROB-MY.TISM Notice Is hereby given that John W. undersigned executor of said estate. entry.; No. 012: .6, for Northwest Quar- Brown in the south are 'Pattypan, Turnip .
Section 2, 26
Campbell of L/oufrhinan, Florida who, within two yearn from the late hereof.EUUAIl t.I. Township South.flit Summer Crookneck- Vegetable The turnip should be'grown both asa
27 Bast. Tallahassee Meridian,
; II!:>
j D.
: '.Will .euro,Rheumatism, Neu. on February?1nJe4L1 IS! for liilo,NK14 mndo of llomestcndBntry BKU and 27t 1KK1AN.Kzecutor. ,ias filed nolloe of Intention to makeTliri'iyr Marrow! Of the winter squashes, the spring an as a fall crp. Fo1 the'spring '

rat i.j Headache. Cramp, Colic Kof NKV4 Section: ai,. Townslilp 25 the. I laid>nr tibovo Proof described to establish before claim Clerk to Delicious and Hubbard are among the I plant as early tie

; \ Sprains Bruises: Cuts Burns Old Soutrc, Range 2? TOnut, Taliaha.iseeMeridian A IINIj''II''TOII'C! isoTirit TO sici.i. "f circuit fourt at Klssimmee Flor- best. condition of the soil will permit/ "
has filed notlco of Intentionto IU .U. JS1tl'FIN ;
: liln. mi tl14111 day of September 11116. Tomato.To for the fall crop sow the seed in
Ring-Worm make Flve-yenr Proof to establishclaim lat
-
Sores, Tetter. Ec-1' to the. Innd nbovo. di-srrllK-s before roriiT' I>K roi' TV jfnnic. "T\TK' ('liilniiuil" names as of witnesses: Via- get a crop of early tomatoes the summer or early autumn. .Sow' .' '

** zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne: Clerk. of Circuit Ouirt, nt KlxBlnimee KI.OKIOA., ()"
used internally externally. 25c, BUBt., Florida 1015. on the 201 h day, of Au- In Minor.NolicH re ICalnte. of Frances l.Miuar lluali. 1.111 weeks before time for setting the een inches apart, and as the plants '

. - --- C'-laltnant names. an wlln.'e."a: re horcliy'' give to nil whom it Pl.i ll.-ul.y, Idi'th'n, J. Rhodes' of Loughmnn, plants in the field. In the lower south reach a height of four or five inches ,f. ,

I LET HAVE YOUR BILL, Florida.Clement T. tiulllvnn.: of ouffhman may concern of the Hint .1. I'm.Hu.ll: atiuurdlan a F Page of :Liough.-nan, Fla.32.M the plants can ..be grown in cold begin thinning, using the young plants,
1'Jdtatc of 1* Lamar
jj WE WILL SURPRISE YOUR Homier a. llnnroclc. of Liouffliman Himh. Minor, will on tht ranoi'B* 13lh l d.iyi : KdUldltT W. UA.VI8. Jlefflster. frames covered with canvas or cotton for grens. For good roots than the ,

4 : Flnrlda.. .r AuHiiHt A. ]1' 11115, apply| to the cloth but in the upper south a hotbed plants to abut three inches- apart in'
W. F. Sullivan of Louirhmnn. Florida. llonoritljln T. M. Murphy. Comity JiiditrnIn should be When
employed. onlya the the
: row.
In Ir.nH ( ''.rl. state of Florid., Sevii Cultivat turnip. sameas
Charles B. Lamb. of oiiKhman, KlornonEHT and for Bnlil CiMinty. nt Ills ofllcBIn
; material manufacture Ida. .- III Judicial Circuit, Onreola few plants are needed the seed may Turnips may
4 If you want \;e 1..IHalmn In said County at III) carrt parsnips.
_ W. AVIS. o'elot-h A M. or an noon tln-n-nftcr an I'ounty In C haneery." be sown in a shallow box in the house. be the ground until needed for '

_ t from the stump and can save you 0-Bt Register.NOTICIQ th. matter can .lo 'hur a
.. I: I"rrl. Cr.I.ln.n'. tble. pule
f tnohay W. Guarantee grade and sell at public or private (tnl<*. thfollowliiK the should be
j $ .I I i tloncribed. ri al i-slutc. I In .Bald I II. young plants bank or pits.
r OJ workmanship to be up to the Stand- ... Alnll"I"'I''O'' County to-wit: /. II. Mllllnell. l.rfn
ll ..Final I>-knrae..) Block ISlKhiy-four' ;: (84) of the Florida iipponrlnif by affidavit apfiendedlo height of one and one-half to... two Globe White Globe Seven Toe, White \ .,
ard. .
\ I. foart of C >nn inches. these to '
___. Transplant plants Milan
and Yellow Aberdeen.
to the Town of Klsslmmee CIt v. Cain.Hint Z. 11. Ktlllwell, the defend- \
In r. eState of John I'lerre. Oaneolaounty. Which application will be based upon iiiit therein nnmod, la a non-r 0ldentif stand two inches apart each way ina Rutabagas.-Large quantities of rutabagas -: r
the petition. for such Bale now on Ilia I hotbed cold frame box in the \
Yellow Pine Lumber Co. < tinSlate uf Florida. and la a reHII or are shipped from the northern '
In mild
Notice Is hereby iflven to all whomIt Coui't.ltat.'d July 16. A, n 1916.J.
Promptness Our Watchword.fhone of t may November concern, A. I thai)., 1H1B.on thn I shall loth apply dRY KMOKY HUSH. I *a\.r ottleri-d t" only that me bald years nonrenldentlefitidunt ; It IB therefoii crowd it is a good plan to transplantthem states each year. While this crop ./

,t t 195. Kiaslmmee. Fla. to the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge. S0-5t tJuardlan.1VOTICR (\ l he and IH hereby required to flower pots plant bands, old is not commonly cultivated in the ,

or said court as Judge of Probate, for to appeur to the hill of complaint tiled strawberry boxes, or tin cans from south, it may be a fall and
1 s.\ my final discharge as R d ml n 1st rat or of Foil PI'1ILICATIOX gow 8
In before the 17th
said cause on or which the bottoms and have beeRmelted.
tops
the estate of John Pierre. decnaaed; of Heptcmbur., A. 1). 191B. other- crop to ver advantc.
day
: and that at the .an\'l\\ time I will present D..p.r'.at or the l.terior U. S. Laud0(5cc Rutabagas g
of said bill will
l Ia the 111'0110'
.iJp7six-Sixty-Six .. u
K', |f administrator t to said court of said my final estate accounts and ask as July(hstus'iIle" ]T. 1HIS.. Klorlda be taken aa confessed by said defend- Tomato plants should be set in the turnips, except that they requir more "it"itwinter

for their approval. Serial No. O M>8 Hilt open as soon as danger of frost has room and a Ipjnger period
,,TbU Is a prescription prcpsrcd cspecislly'for Dated May 18.: A. D.. 1815. It Ii* further ordered that thlH order passed. If the plants are to be prunedto The Purple Top is the erowtl
week for four
Notice IB tie publlnlied.once' M I Mronnocutlve '
w. B. CRAWI< hereby gIven that William
FEVER:
or CHILLS
MALARIA sis doses will break end Administrator.2S1O34.3843 I.. Kulllvan. of ouarhman. l<'lorldlwho weeks in the Klsslmmee one or two stems and tied to stakes. ,mon_ variety ol baga. _, }
fire case, ,
'? or any << on May 20. lull made Homestead Valley Oaiette. a newspaper publishedIn -
3 If taken then a*.a tonic- the Fever HU not Kntry. No. O 893. for W>4 of N\V\4 and *Ht<1 county and Htate. (

ry : "tura.,:f'lt ecu on ths'lirer better than WH, of \V'4.. Section a6. Township iSouth. Thin AuKuat IJth. 1916.Seal OOOOOOOOOOOOOO.O OOOOOO.O 000.000000.00000000000...
y 0
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Range 27 East. Tallahas".eIIferldlan. ( J. L. OVKKSTREBT,
;' Calomel end does not .rlpe or.Ickea. 25c has flied notice 'Intention Clerk Circuit Court. DOMESTIC 'PESTS CAN BE 0 ::S: START IN PIG RAISING _

of the Interior, to make Flve-Yeur proof to establish Hy JAMBS M. JOHNSTON. 0 OUT 0
U
- - - Department 5. LaaOfaee STAMPED -
claim to tae. land above described before NOT
,
at (lalBe.rllle, Klerlda. Deputy Clerk.I.KW1S N JXfESIB-- .
I July 17. iJ5 Clerk of the Circuit Court, at Klealmmee. O'RRYAN.Solicitor +
o : Florida on the 2nd day of 000..0000000000.0000000.
Serial \.. otiaor for Complainant. 34Sto'rleE 00.00000.0..0.0..0. 1I

: : TPAAYSTONEt Notice U hereby given that Wllllara September Charlie Claimant: :B.named 1915. as of witnesses: :> OF APPlICATION FOR TAX The hosts of domestic pests pay Good hogs can be in ," '
Lamb. Flor- (
LouKhman
K. Bronson, of Orange Center, Florida KKU l"tI>IOH HKOTION 474 AND very little attention to the daily ultimatum -I Even though the ralae d Forida ),
: ,who. on January It.ltlO, made Home- Ida.Albert faner
.f-., Sullivan of Loughman Flor- 4TS CilCIMaHAL. STATUTES OF of the Irate
stead.Entry. No. 08807. for S% of NUH4 housokeepercanmatum want to grow for the market he .
OF FLORIDANotice
TilE 8TATK! hOg
NBV4\ of BfiH\ Section, SI and ol ida.Homar of the irate housewife. In
Mf " ; NWK of should at enough for his
I' : : ;: : : $w4.\ Section SI 24 Johnson Louffhrnan. Flor
; .Township
i South. fact of them to thrive in
flange *S Bast. Tall.ha..... Meridian. ida.Timothy in hereby given that William some seem own John M: Scott, vice-direc--
; ; vsff.fiuiuihM. 'LI.reiTOUp."' ; has filed notice ef Intention to make Ida. Lamb of Lousrhman. Flor- Johnson purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. spite of .the periodic campaigns xtirmtntte tor ne.University of Florida Experiment -
868 dated the FLIt day of July A.
Five-year Proof. to establish claim those which
to them. '
: : : the land above described before Clerk ROBERT W. DAVIS. D. 19 IS. has filed said certificate In my Among Station is urging farmers to .. uv
\ ; 0knvVearsRound| of Circuit Court at Kiaslmmee Florida. 81-St ReclaXer office and has made application for seem to be Immune to all effective grow 'not only their -own vegetablesbut I"

fi oa the lad day of September 1916. Tax Deed to Issuein accordance with mot.a* of Insect warfare are the cockroaches their own meat at welL \ '
1 '. : .... ., ,- -", '0, .i Claimant names as witnesses: KOTICK law. Said certificate embraces the following ante and silver,fish. They d. .
The native Florida 1
.hog *
tThoraas Edward of Cen.tar described property situated In Dt'a
____ _-_ __ __ ___________ Florida. Ivey Orange. My wife Mary ioard L. Adamson, having Oiceola County Florida to-wit: not take readily to eating poisons, and desirable animal, nor is he a profitable)

;, < Theron Keen, of Orange Center. Flor.laa. all left whom my bed It and may concern, this Is to notify will Lots Thirteen. (11) and Fourteen (14) fighting them by hand Is a hopelessand feeder..'' Purebred animals ,should be ..', I
bmaJ: of Block One Hundred! and nine (lOt)
_ J.: I Rile, of Orange Center Florida. not be responsible for any may an endless task. 'I- obtained.. Of course I. costs 'some i
.l22 4AX BISCUIT* -o. os. contract from this date. of the Town of St. Cloud according to '
.r..k., .- Ust o.wroMere.AS eloeler Florida.J4.Ernest.- J.-\Keen' of' Orange- Center. July STth 11S. the-t'ecorded: Plat thereof. Unfortunately there8"li'0 magic exterminator etramoiey t..tr a'her butthe -" :!
'- . .ROBERT- W.''DAVIS. S-St 7 .FREUS: ;ADAMSON.MOTICR ; The said land being assessed at the Which the good housewife: .

: ) AX BISCUIT ,' .' ,- '- 1 'v"Reglster.. OF ADMINIBTHATOB. the date name of Issuance UnknOwn.' of such certificate Unless said In can enlish :as her ally, but.Dr..' E.,,W. imum by co-operation. I'th.. farmer,, ,

'...... 11'11 D....._)...' '- said certificate. sball'>e redeemed ace Berger, formerly with, the Universityof cannot see his way .pare : 'I
i IM f(one's. Ne lone tourneys Sm Jotfcoel OBUEJIPORPVBt.tCATIONt.m: : cording, to law. tax deed will Issue Florida .Experiment-Station and stock he may buy'apurebredboar., '_>
eeesduereMoorf froek.. -'I J . ; .' thereon on.. .ae.4Mbj. day,.of September ., .
C
4 I r*, 't 'Cesmty J dce. State1Florida. .! now entomologiet to tha State Plant and use him on' native sows. The '
:: !. Clrevl Ceart progeny
!: Je Cres'W e.,JSM. ris. State .f FleHda. 5ev- Uoreola Ceuty. AD. 1915sVltness '
.. ,..<. J. c
Wlnlf red.'%'.,n.ep.v ComplaInant Peter Qullaa. Klsslmmee. City, Florida this the llth There are certain strategic tactics another purebred boar on the get ofthe -
Notice Is hereby to an whomIt of A.."' D. UU..J. I
day August. hold the
which will at least three-quarters blood?
Edwin L that . ravo.ge.of pur :
: Keep Defendant. may concern on the 4th day of L. OVKRSTHEBT lr.t
T hthyoub-Y'A I. Cbeue.rr. September A. D., 11116. I shall apply to (Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court the enemy in check. may obtaine. and the native ,

It appearing by affidavit filed In the the Honorable T, K. Murphy judge of 34-4t Osceola County Florida.In Cockroaches seem to be susceptible! blood practically out after .f
1 above-stated cause that Edwin U Keep said court, as judge of probate, for
i the therein named Is a non final discharge as administrator of the to the proprietary phosphorous roach several generations. Two or three .
>'* d.f.nd""t state of Florida and estate of Peter Gullas. deceased: and Circuit Co.rt. Srventsi .Judicial Clrcalt they' bo caught in farmer who own from thirty to
r or _
: paste may fory'
; a resident of Slngu. Upper Burma, that at the same time I will present to OsveolB OoBBty, FloridaFrrdlBand sow- themselves mal :
t BRED India over the age of twentyoneyears the said court my final accounts as traps. The United States Bureau of among
"jf : It Is therefore ordered that said administrator of said estate, and ask 0.11_*. ..* ".. ef Lynn Entomology recommends that a little boar and thus reduce the cost.

.. nonresident defendant be and Is hereby for their approval. Haven Bank A: Trust .c._raay, Oesalalnant stale beer ole of which roaches are It is best' to buy a tested boar if 'T
; required to appear to the bill oteompln.Jnt Dated March <4.< A. r,, 1815. or ,
. ,i\sk '! the BEST filed In said cause on or be N. C. BRYAN..amoforimo.11 vs. Fereeleoeire of Mortgage.William fond be placed in a glass jar and possible. Do not get one which haspassed'

1 ._ fore Monday. the 8th day of September, Administrator.COl'RT II. Roy_ .... Hboja C.1'-, that sticks be placed against the side his usefulness, but since the
? fTft A 1116 otherwise th.
- allegationsof
D'l liesposideBts. profits of hog raising
1 $
depends
.
roaches
r '* bill will be taken confessed B. of the par ao that the can upon
as It affidavit of W.
OF COUNTY JUDGE, appearing by
IN
: WVmsie: it. Eye. '}Grocer tell it by: said defendant.It I STATE OF FLORIDA Crawford of Counsel for Complainant climb up. Bend the stick so that the the size of the ltter. it is advisableto .
'v Is further ordered that this order Bill filed In above obtain one i known to ,
: w I! be .published onus a week for OSCBOltA rOUNTV appended to the end will extend a fe winches into the produce -
eightconsecutIve
weeks In stated cause that William H. Boyce Thtf roaches will tumble in big litters. > '
: the Valley Qasette !. re Estate of Rrwlsi' H.- BrldarstNotice and Rhodsr C. Uoyce the Respondents mouth. .
: : BAKERY' a newspaper published In said Is hereby gIven, to all whomIt therein named are non-residents of and 'drown. Dr. Berger suggests that Anothr way in which t get a startin
O.K. county and state. .
I This June A. T).. HIE. may concern, that on the &tpd, the State of Florida and are both residents gasoline squirted on them with an oil is to purchase a pure..
r). 1916 I
A.
11.tt of
February of D. C. that they bred sow which has
Washington : been bred
'' to
.
;, .;I,1,1'; (: .:.:;. ., OVRR9TREKT to the Honorable T ),{. MurPhbv. JudKeof the of twenty-one can is also effective. a .c''
(Seal) are over age years.and
-- Clerk Circuit Court purebred boar of known ,
for
said Court. as Judge .t., .
there within the from food abitiel
I Co 13. RODJNBON. Administratorof that l s no one Ante may be kept away : A "
my final discharge as good boar can be raised "
state of Florida the service of subpoena
Solicitor
for ComplaInant ST-Vt the th lt .
theestate of Erwin H. Bridges, deceased upon whom would bind said respondents by painting a strip around pantry I tor. A sow can be had ,\

.. i and at the same rcoll it Is therefore ordered that shelf paper. with a. solution of one I g
present said Court of A
J to
_ ; ; : " !. Clreeilt C..rt, :ttate e( Florida as Administrator of said my estate, and ask aid Respondents W-Hllam H. Boyce teaspoonful of.powdered bichloride of money. yearling .
; r.Fresh' ., .....tk Judlelitl CIreMit 0..1. for their approval. and Rhoda C. Boyce 5. and they hereby in a pint of 50 per cent denatured -. or two year old boar of pureblood :'
.1 C...ty. la Chasjeery Dated August 1915. are r to the Bill mercury can be had from $50 to *100. The '
1eJoIpra.l alcohol. alcohol .
I : --. l.n1h,. DROUGHT. of Complaint cause on or The evaporates sow with glpn inutero will ,
; ;Li Salt Water Fish Aaa M. n....... ._.laUiaBit. 5-1 qI mo Administrator. before" 7'i 4th day of October and leave the: bichloride precipitated not cost half probablT r
:
I .' : 'a.DaaIcl. '1916. "t ; ; allegations of said on the surface treated. The more & that .
___ -I! JD. Jam. em. Defeadaat. ItOTIeIIOFADMINISTRATOH. Bill will be taken as confessed by said
'I Daily (F.nr Final Discharge.) Respondents.It < ante will not eat the poison- but they The notion is growing In certain
-.- : ; It appearing by alTldavIt appended Is further ordered that this orderbe will not cross it. They can also be
.. to the bill filed In the above-stated In Court .. C.--....... State ofFlorida. published once a week for four consecutive kept from tables by painting a> stripof quarters tha army rifles are obsolete
i cause -that Daniel D. Johnioji.. the de Ose.ela Cesnty, weeks In the Valley Gazette, a for wan will be decided by ar \
: BROADWAY fendant therein.nam.d.-is a nonresident IB ro nutate of weekly newspaper published In said the solution around the legs. Do I tillery. some commander pin "

: AT 503'< of the state of Florida and I. a Walter Bass. Br. County and State. not allow anything to touch the wall his faith to artillery alone and oldfashloned'fo. .
: resident of Scotts Bluff, Nebraska: and Notice la h.r.byI..n., to all whom Seal) J. L. OVRR8TREET. .a that the ante may bridge the an
that he Is over the ace of twenty-one It may concern, that on the .twelfth day Clerk Circuit Court. wil.shot his line bat.
1 r years; It Is therefore ordered that'aald of R."c"rablaDT. IMS, I shall; applyto Dated this AUgust 19th. 1IU. ' atr p.' Be very careful -in using the tie full of his artillery

.PI-1QNE5Q. non-resident defendant b. and Is here :M.: Murphy, Judgeof Vans Agnew oV Crawford bichloride because it is a deadly poi the ,
by required to appear to the bill of said Court, as Judge of Probate, for I Solicitors for Complainant. tl.4tIn son. .Nests may be destroyed by gts range.
discharge Administrator of the and chances
as of
complaint filed In said cause on or before my -' more doing
,, A. i ROBBINS the 17th day of September estate or Walt.r Bass, _r.. deceased; I pouring into them 'scalding water. things combig.4o
Seventh JeletalClreBlt just to
Circuit Ooourt.
the
: I' : A. D. 191$. etherwlse the. allegationsof and that at the same time I will present IB mmm Son Ooeeelsi Cooaty About the onJy way to combat the show .. they 'ome:
to said Court myAnal accounts I can
c'' said bill will be',.taken" ".. 'confessed a. Administrator of said-estate and-ask. ,, Florida, I.
1 ; -.---- - - ,- by It said Is further defendant ordered, that .this order for their approval. .. boks and paper -containing paste OltDKR TOUR Of THK BAITVXORIDA "
W.Miller Ces .lafaumlVEraklneSatlth. COP
'
: ,
Dated .Jllh. U. A. I') 1915.
f1 .. -.- .... " be published. one.. Week for four consecutive llEN'ltY '1'. BASS.1'0amo8rno ,, y. - "- we! aerated and in the light ,All the now to.b. sure
: : ') weeks In the KI..lmm.'Val. Administrator/ Re wemn Smith, his'wife, pest may: be killed by .fumigating that you will get on*. The Annual will-,
> .' 4 lay Oasettfs a newspaper, published In b* a Illustrated booklet ,
.1r3 OewUd O. cmpr.b.n.t.
_ ;, \ John N. Kisser McKay with carbon bisulfide if the room can ,
Galvanized said County and State. 100 pas; txli Inches. It will ,
IN CIRCTTIT OOITRT STATIC OF Fl.OIt. I William O. KesiMy' Jo bo R. BroOB >
..Tbl. 1\It. daot'.tugumt. UUCt. IDA. RHVB.NTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT sad <;.......tte M. BssiBigBUljter, be made air tight, Do not handle the cover u.au DuvalL Clay.81 Johns. I
U 1 : f. (.: .' <<:::t.' seaj '.J:"x... OvERSTREP'r. OSCKOLA COUNTY .._lide.__ ,- .."---v\ bisulfide near the fire.4MWM4MWIMMMMVM. Putnam, .. dimtaoI.. Orange.' "

__ : C rrog t e .I. Clerk. Clrcu4_ % CoUrt .IM CMANCKKV ;_.It appearing by affidavit Bled In the w Br..r o.ol St. Lucia.. 'Ps.lmBeach.tell .I
JEWJB O'BRTAW. .e : It will .
_ above-stated cause-that John N. Kline, The national health board i4ges two the count. '
SollcitortorComplain.ant, . S4t1TOTICB Helen G. Dnnn mmm M. ']If. t .... Cos*. ODe of'the defendant therein named ruoure. of ,. including \
na'.Bat hour exercise out of doors for kind transportation facilities.
14 \ .. .1....... vs Is non-resident of the State of'FlorIda daily :
-a a
,,, . ' FOR' PPBUCATIOffsiirtasrat ] immffr M. Bailey mmm Mary' .., foley, : and Is a residentof :Keen Rapid, city.men. Then how'would the city r tell' d :n<1 crops afforded srrown., names It will of hotels also ,

,Slleets.A Deleudaut It appearing. by affidavit filed In-the State of Michigan and William U. A.enney car lines. earn their,big.divldebd.t and : valuable Information for .
0... .f 1k. latency, IT. .. !>... above stated cause that 'Jasper M. one of the defendants therein named I wlnt ?,r.ldnt"I-tourists, homeseekersand -
_ _ _ . : )rae. .t &....... ., Kleriea' July Bailey and Mary a Bailey, the defendants Is a nonresident ,f"the State of and town.peple ,\
: ....1.115. - ",,' ,Florida., and 1* a' resident .Lansing, 4DVEETISJDLmTERS Send your order today
!: < 0 : therein named are residents of ; .
: : I\1A1r' -Farms'ofMetaI1 l :.- the State of Florida but are concealing. : State of Michigan each over the age -.-' stamps or coin for each copy cent..n' , '
& : Notice. Is hereby given that Harley 'of .It. -therefore per dozen special ,
-- ' themselves. so that process cannot be twenty-one years; Advertised for the two weeks ; prices on.larger j
.; ; : 1 J. Rhodes,, of Louirhman. Florida who that aidnon-residents be and o-uantltles. The Annual will be *.
I, ,. served upon tll..... and that-said defendanta ordered Issued ,
,J :ReotI'., ,.. November .1., 1PL3.nad. Homestead are over the age -of twenty are hereby required to ,appear to. the ending. -August," 1918:: about November 1. IMS. ', Or.r. reoelv2 ., :t,

-- .. r Entrr. No Section N* of NBU, Bra one years) It is therefore ordered that bill ofVomplalnt Bled III said.cause on j.Allison. ".'R,V.i BekerMls. :Anna now wIll ** ,carefully r u soon' ;.'
J ',/- . I.". NIiI.w, 7..-and SW ,'ot said Defendants be aad/are hereby're orb.tor. K the lOth day of September Mrs. Edwards tb.'Annuw -malls. ,
Campbell.
Maya
NW %. Section .. Township. 14 South. ndar' Molliej< Address East Florida Annual .
quired' the bill of comeplaint ,' A. 'otherwise i the allegations Company
i/A" AU4 -iND'CAUGES': : : '. Ranre l.,17, 1aet. Tallahassee Meridian afrld'c cavse'on or before of said bill will .be taken a* ,, Elton; Homer, Mrs:: C. E4{ Bt..u..uaUa.; Vi- "I to Nov.. 1.To .

, ...PItOMP'l'; DBLlVJmY'; has 111.4 notice of Intentlen make Monday /the ttb ,day of September A. confessed by said defendant, Buelson A-l O'Barry, Mrs. Vera 7 Robinson ; -4 .-"
; Commutation
. Proof, to establish' claim .r theTUlleRmtlons'olsaid '.
:D. otherwise '' U le further-ordered that-tuts order ' - - -
.- t \ to the. land above described. before 1111I.. .Horace. ;. : > Drivo Oat Malaria' '
: will be taken ae confessed by week four' .
t. for
Iii-. .e t"..t,'fI1 Oia Clerk *f Circuit Court . ... be published once a oon- .topthe ? .
; at Klsslmmee said defendant,, --, '.- -, '- .' ee<1I1U..'weeksIn tbe"Valley Oasette.newspaper "{Advertised list 'two rw.eke And Build Up The
: A1< 1.f 1. I Florida, on ,the IUir day,of "e>>tm..r. 1.It, la-further ordered that:thl order System
!.. $ 1&F1dIdL" I Iui1K' . I a' published i4saidC.uutyand mdlngiAugut SO,, 1915. > '
181 . ...- be published ono.,. week for four.con* 1 "' ; Take the Old Standard GROVE'S
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Id tS J: LaB7rr I A,,Patten, of,JUojuthman,,Flor-i, leg OaMtte. a, newspaper-'published. In (This CC CV-Seal, .1tbdayLofHurnst1Sl) ::Je I* OVHRSTRKETT- toyd;',Bronson; Mrs. Carrie; Canned, what you ike TONIC.YO' know. it
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aid county and State.ThU .-, .' "
-' ti!, ';It .ol .gbrnanthor.p7W'tark ,: .Jlsl:day of July. 515. , .. '' ',- ,' -; Clerk-'Cireuit (,jonrt. A. B.J Howe; F.tW..: ; John*.,'J..R; printed bver1.l4el'showthg it.isUP ,
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aii ''' II 11A (Ct,, Ct. Seal) ,,J.-JL. oyKRSTREErr. .. . ,"ByJAMBS',,- :'),j."JOHNSTON .- Phipps, J. E.; Robinson, Horace;'Rog- ***'* $54 mQ is'a'tasteless form.',
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.r Proceedings ii :of t t the "; ) Ih.k.a..:\Owens.........' malnteaabce malnteaaaca';<.J",.,.'>., '! !*I..".. ' .. . .. ; .: OUIi r

uel Mentadoca; maintenance. *.M ; . '.::110\-' .
.. i .,, .;Ad.* L wt.,. malatepance '*,.,' 'I." ; J _tin i g?:School / *
Mr.. JUeaoy Johns male "_ 6.01St ;BUILDING 'C.HoanaeV \ Asf T'
" r1'100.81 ; / J, K vlVC2>
; ffiISS-I Farmer. cap& guards .
'Oop J.C; ( w.:'A.btonsupLgrad.: .t4I.... ,I." ***"' '...***", *< " **" : :'.."
< Mfg. -rca. .ov.-J lor bids ..... By DR'J. T.' PORTEB, Jlate'Haltk Ofneer.;" : I I '
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,} ..rare r.,.. W Q. Itanklns typewrlt.rto k. '. i-- : - and LawrenceThe 'i"' 4e. .;j \jfe

J! ,! $IitmmK'Fla.. Xus'I; ihs. ."-JDyall" F. D..g.no10.09 V ,' J : 1'>,.
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L"it oo.t au ins '.71 j ,
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Ingram easa .
f,2JThe'Board of County Commissioners T. M.: cost In Ins case.2.00 y ODee'',upOn;a*:time! thedirectors of per' child of such, \ Men rll !

.Inuar-session and for 0.0"la'oou8t7'. the abav.met'data In there rsgoa I>r..Oeo.U.'Iitmn..x, Ins.- 0.... 1.00Dr.'M. a'great corporation met tn olmn
'-. being F. j. Hick., axam. 4ns., ease, 1.6* and after long deliberation in-i, ..... at en. ,.' I- ,.' \.. TI
Bass '
a ? present R.'V -La.lerAt 'fifteen <<: If' !
John 8. Cadet, Ins. .!.. LOS '
1J ? ex. ease :Want, to firure with Jou'OIi"that fculldln*. our prices-are ;H-M :,
Young 'J'1..d.U.W.
;, :& FtW.ik.r. eommlsloares Fannie O. Cuobage, wit, pros ac. ".v* strutted their. general manager'' to cent additional;or '
"r; John &: attorney oar work 1* the _t. ,Wo make a"specialty(or Interior .Tr(as'' and ..), .
.' and J.-i pverstreet Asbe .Disinfectant. f;;o.< dlslnfec.tant build a Urge addition to"their already: ,,the* cost'of & l . ; :
;: clerk and. auditor, by sheriff ', ... .. 100.00r14 Floora Window and Door Screen. .** J "t
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t,* Upon motion H' V. anler secondfjd -* J. .h.. casev.\ large plant They. didn't reckon the1 defect { \ ,'< ,...ForreferenceA.
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I ", by YoiyigTlndall.,'. and e..r..I..A. Dr..,H.' 8.tgram Geiger cost, exam tn.? ...' '1.00 expense, and .when the manager, a'r; Such wor1:'neee..ri : : 'Barela,'* new 'hoinev, -' i '4,:,,"

1 d4f. ,man F. Bass* .,-was_ appointed'to" -act. as ,chair- L>r. M. J.::.Hlcus, emam. i....' ease 1.00 man of much resource came'to figure formed by"a trained Estimates made.on all classes of work. .y j \ .'

1 l.-- .-The board'Was called to 'order ''11', A. .T...Mm M.B Murphy.,Waei.. exam._t,....ins.., ease vase""'*.'\,, ;fXJIO 2.00: out this cost he discovered that ,thedirectors'hadn't 'one man to'.examine O.. Box ,117; .*,, Street No. 14 Dilllngham Ayiii. i ", ,".!'...

' '. 'K.-Bass and. the minute. .of the last W. & C. Gro. Co.. order of Luther- . ? provided'anyspecialappropriation ; 2,500 children would ,,,'
i J :regular/ .xnating.were, ,read and approvif .- .Warren" worn"on poor' farm .5tieGad. ; and that the.Jtunds.'.[to tbe' exclusion of '.'zr"I 11

"' .' : .... C.: ilwnriell 'appeared;;before' fthe ..,D.:-Barnard.: .. <"record book his disposal were entirelyinadequate': tics fort( tout ,
for count, .. .Y.,. i ..: ., ,,. '1(5.10 n "
; board In, the Interest: ,of the, Haider, jr.?; ....' Overstreet tretght'dlayh.r' v So what could the pot man .do? ,'1t'>\ could hardly be bo ; t,' dt
J't 3 Mfg. Co* with )vt v Viewof selling them ;age p.ld'for! .a ,,:11.11Joha'Al v The.7he'wI.e.men'that.: people of O.OO: f "
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permonth
"f=r, a treetor.ngln..eoads'.nd wh.n for, .being.r&4Jn.-th.advised county by Pearoe McCarthy-cost-in eaa.n.e'.r..e\ Jim-. .. ,; '1.01. Florida elected' "compose.. the legislature .penses,.,and it-would Southern', Growers --At :enti ri'I;';'" ;!,:"

'iii 'Y tMr.; Cadel, ='countyattorney" that' |It: < of 1915, Mth apparently\ml1m. ': bt-would '' -
L. U. in Jim Pearce .BUnlj' : '
,Y ,.... h'blda" would b. necessary |u> .ad.ertl.o"tor, :lease: inglamcodt...... .... '. .1 '. .. .. . ..a II... ited confidence in'the State ,Board of to fifty;: cents for each ,::ilJaro your. seeds produced, t egehblef brings ,: .' y
"if' Young' Tlndall, made, a., motlen
a 'wblcb 'we.u seconded by, It. V. 'Lianler The a.alconer...i.Co.y'..'..'.< *...4.finance., .>. 4.11 1]i isheets I Health everything that, it could do 4t anything burden and ly-in rural *"'ing7! the; highest market jpricesT Jf.'uot"a.' ', : ,':\,
q and carried that the clerk be Instruct- :: John uavia-care . .... SV.a put upon a flew, ,- schools were .wldely M. .
iF'/rC 1 ed .to lad ver ..' forbid., >on ,a tractor U H. Ingram.Co. paupers Ct. cost4. 111.50S. which resembles in many respects th4f'.tunt ;" long distances.; tHaI 'order,'for, '. . '> ,> 'I' .. t '.
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eng-loe. said bids to ba_received at the .. .... ." . > V > 'i, ''1'''fc *.'' "i, v
,i'JI.. I Lupfer commissions U I' that old Pharaoh put over on the / I' J.v":
I September . .
Mr. meeting- W. J. L. Overstreet -Co. Ct. cost .v' 41.14 children of Israel when he demandedthe t The census'of 1910 ,Stokes ,Seeds ,,,,,,", M" ( ../'dh1, 1.'
: D."E. Klvans appeaed'b.for the ( $ zl&may \ tt.
W.1.1. Tel. Co, telegram to coinptroller Ing basis for . $ .
4 d. : ,
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what usual of brick but held out 1"\1/
quota
for .. .10 '
x ,++ .S r agent,he wasdoinEnattdsrmrdsmonetr which wa. read-Tin. open board. *B.. W.!.;. ttvans. comrs...t.hire F. D. agt; July B.H. 100.00X. / on the straw supply \ to ida the 180,000 provisions'Of school ; be the key,;to your,:"succesgTrltov\" or. .:"?. ,' ,:> '.
Miller buggy by .
p ,.-ad, ordered. filed. Evans F. D. AgU . ., ..r .1.00 Those wise legislators parsed an act less the number baa i prlcea.1buqttantjtie8[ : | .' -. '
: C.'F. 'Thrasher appeared beforeth T. l t T.4-.. .. reed prisoners- (4.iOElssimmee.Valley to. conserve the health and lives of in the five .. '
board and stated that there should year '
; b. two. ..."te' In the Court house Oasett,. legal the school children of Florida -by1' providing ,, :
. ", root .. .., also probably close to Stokes ;Seed Farms Company :r
printing '
and agreed to put III t..o.il'hte..,,!' C -Bandy.>commission}...-. .. .- 51.64. that everyone of them, snail the present time. $ ." "
Iqcb .at. for tZI.O and after tacus.- Osceola Hdw.' Co:. Jail supplies i.tOi undergo each year- medical inspection ,,'
t 1t number- at 180,000 OW
.r 1ng the 4.I..blllty having the work ,CO NEW
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Cotton .
BaaA
FuI Mills
.' nw supplies and subsequent.treatment, wli reneeellury '
r done, upon motion of YoungTlndall, to road .. .. 17.11V. tore would be required f ,
seconded by R. .V. Lanler/ and j .s. and providing further th'atthe '
carried. ,
\ m. C.. Oro. ''Co. order Chlsm service, at .a ytarly'
w Mr.! Thrasherwas Instructed to."P..ttb.m . .. . . .. .. management Of "this '
, la ... .." hi. .ment ' road work 0 u. '.00 l1eoel..ryand and .expanses; .which : "
p. sgr
, : Hon Arthur ]!I. Donegan appeared Clark.> Co. tobacco, road gang 14.04 important service shall be'under annual cost far above '
W. R. Uodwln. mule feed to Co. lt.lt
before the board and stated that there the supervision-of the State Board of
basis of far less than BOILDJER
J.: J. Dann. supplies to rd. gand 18.01'W. '' NATURE'S S-OIL
k ,4 between was a bad' place In the county road C. Oro. Co., mule feed . .11 Health and that' it. shall be; paid forout ber of children in.the iId. : '
t + Ashtoa' Station and Narooosee l>.. *<*.. Plant Co.. syrup to of the funds of tKe Board which ;r

; '' see that should be repaired, whereuponthe road'gang .. ... ..",.< . . ..1.001 already are taxed to the limit ;to -carry Where'is .th 'mon.y I . ., r "
+ .boardagreed done at to havethe 'nece.nary \1\-: ., >_. ?.v. Co.. mule feed to Co. 181.T :! I I The work( the Ground Limestone 'ecid'soila: '
the
repairs once. work.
on present ,
W C. Oro. Co., groc. road Band ::181.7'W. '
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The following per.on. were r --com- This ported by an annual .. It releases :'saltsand' '
the
ended as cattle inspector-- fo" the B. Maklnson sup. road gang 1S.78-, act provides. that county potash imparts r
? S. Various, districts to-wit.; O. R. Mtrs: M., W.; Klgglns. sup. oal.'n'.r 11.11-, physician or each county where the mill on all the .. and vigor to growing crops and trees.' .
F H. Lawson, shoes 11.03May I Florida. This ,
t .y and 8. H. Fertte. district No. S. WMl- county has such an officer, shall be I
.!. f" tier Florida B. F. Walker district No.7ria.ainger . Lumber Oo.. ..groceries to far from IJ20.000, wer. jimeston .ground UnusuallyUna
; Wulf road gang . .nr . .-. . ... 6.01 1 the medical inspector of the children 1
'., Florida; Tluon. dls- Osceola Hardware". eupoll.u of the county-.nd'where no such officer no better investment : mixes with .the soiL: Contains no itn- 9 I t : I

e 4 ,tr ot.No.N.reU..ee.. FlorldwMr. . . . . . . . .
7f .. Robert. to road ganer 17.70May than that which it -can' be applied at.an'time-is tii
Reldel appeared before has been named
th' county commlssioners -
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.. the board and asked them to pay Mrs.fiusan . Lumber Co., lumber to road le.v shall appolntPone,- but in servation of its .- Write for literature;;and;price: .
< xyruK bkore drugs t
:. sift ,.. -, '.. Geer something; for her services . . '.*. .. . . . . 1.70K..4asln either case the inspector is to be paid The work of the :. Blowers Phosphate '
"i ." nurse of Mrs. Jullu. Hyde; whereupon l' Lime & Co.y ._
>! i,' on motion of R. V. Lanier seconded Works, supppllvs toroad by the State Board of Health from ties laid upon it by ,
: . . . . . . . . A
gang I 011 Box K Ocala' Florid : .
308.
, by Young Tlndall/ and carried the all the funds : .
Osceola Tei. Co. 1 -mo. rent P F3.00 its funds. It provides, also, that no required ., ... '
. instructed to draw Ao.
clerk was warrant
I'w' :or?' her> for 112.60, same being a like J, Z. Hoberson. drugs road gang 6.67 one inspector snail be responsible for and raised and to : Y
\ ; Amount aid by John Story, beet to road gang. )i 40, the examination of than 2,500 tion or greatly tp ,
> the city. ;
more ,
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clerk R. Farmer board convicts ;N 1.78 .

'J".i'w" .t f''XTh.:the following...was warrants Instructed: to draw J.M. fc.C. Koberson.Cillbert guard drugs .prisoners. . . . 96.00 1.20 children.There is the further proviso that in |'I I would mands be upon to it hamper with .. ..... .. .. ...... ...- ...- .."., .......... .. ..... .. .. .. 'iT
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I'' 1 ii Crawford legal opinion 8. M. Rogers, . . . . . S6 (10 '
M on road guard ments of the Board. -
A WISE MAN
matter flO.OOf'M. B. Car- cities of than ; .. ,
more 6,000 ,
d Jim Wood a 11, guard . . . . . 16.00t popul.tion.1 110 ;
l i., eon lam, game survey warden of .road 123.63:at Shingle; R. H.Creek Laid- p. Lin ton. guard . . . . . . 16.00 in which the medical It's a perplexing .j" 'X-::' -;!T .e\A, earHe) sufficient FIRE. JNSURANCE' -: I J 1;

t "' 11.00; 8. M. McClelland maintenance. Klsslmmee Wagon Works, ohoeICOC' school children has already been es- you Mr. Taxpayer, "4: to'' protect his property

', e. $10.00W: -. Thompson, coffin toe Mrs. Willie horse Williams H. K., road B.work at. 1.00 tablished by the; authorities of such of the State Board ,( .''' while he 1.'li.bt. and ample LIFE;,. t
Evans
." ." Willie Job Williams and, road burial vrork of Uvdy.Sft tBasslnBer. 11.00-: Bassentrer . :. . . . . . . 100.76R. cities, this law shag] not be operative, would you do about ';!TIN U ANCE to protect hid fare,'

i f' t' H Ludlam sur. Co., Shingle provided that such city inspection I J -la the rent of his death.H.. .> ,
'? tl00 71: Mrs. Irene Saunders!", board j j lly, \ ;
road . . . -. . . . . . . 11.00
.\ .... .of' nurse Mr. Loser. 16.00.The .... .<".!u nun I board took a recess until In. m. ; LK . . . . State Board and shall report to it. 1 by taklns out aa ACCIDENT and
': :" ,.s The board met at 2 p. m, all presentas nurse1q >sey case B.OO Tear druggist will ..fa... N,,,, .I ;; "
.' \' of the morning ..eaion.J Vans Agnew *,, Crawford legaladvice :now, tiiis inspection of the children OINTMENT fans to cure .HEALTH' POUCT. Be ,on the ; ,
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to Co. comrs. . i 10.00R. Blind I ,9leedt.gor .. ; ( '
Mj before .
f. Judge T Murphy appeared .
includes two branches divisions of
Carson or "
1' order M. B.
( the board and stated that the city had Butler . . . ., Toe ant application gives "We' write all lines of'INSUR."' .'
":; { agreed to do all the work If the county Co. game warden ll.tl work, one to determine their freedom 1
i J. W.: Thomuaon." coffin Mrs. Bob ANCE' that -Insure* and endures. .
gyitA would furnish material to put dr.lnjilt ; . . from contagious diseases, which Jf I ..". .
'con alonge the front orth court, wark'uY' Evans and Tel.burying Co. July body rent. ll.OOKlsslmmee 6.00 present, would render them a menace 600 ..OO .. .. _". c, None but RELIABLE o1d lla.eom*. ; 1O.,,

"l the east, whereupon the clerk 1 KI.... W & L. Plant lights July 14.0 to each other and to the eommunity.TbI'Other.1 panle Inthis ; } ; '" ,..
Instructed by the board, to find out ....... '<) f. I 1" J
f JL ifi-ithn.-oost-O.f-Jsiiw, ...lverlnch pipe and ref Sid. J. Jones, typewriter, ribbon t | ... . :.
Co. .
; -carbon* "to fleers. '.7'
,/ 1>!'T pert at the next regular meeUn.'or lh. Will Lee, maintenance . . .- . 6.00 for the existence: of physical del-ecta. Ce W: .....': Floor atlmrn Bank,Bldg.Kisalmniee ..' ;;

..' board. ,. M. supplies to Co. . ,.llMrs. such adenp+' ds incipient ,, Fla.; -
Ksts. Jail. as consump ,
.j}< :...., Bids 'on paving road were opened and .. . '. . .. ,
Husan Mrs.Julius
phi read In open board and after some discussion treer nursing. ton; defective hearing or sight, the
k" Hyde . . . . . 12.60 '
1 on the matter, upon motionof C. ..'. Thrasher bal on" courthouse " oresencs o( body lice and other troubles Staple and .

'" ''Laai.r.Young Tindall seconded by K. V. roof . ...... . . . . . . 1S6.24 which make the child detective "
and carried by a full vote of -
You warrants were ordered cancel and mentally T ,
physically- consequently
awardedto :
: the board the contract was
led from the various funds follows
as :
: the Alabama Paving company theybelng General Revenue . . . . . .1626.70 and which unless :relieved become a T "... .
':" the lowest and best bidder upon Road Fund .. . .. . . 1121.70 handicap.through 'all;his life., to> '

:,'.,''' the the :'execution'chairman.of'bond"'attached of the board being to bid Intfucted -. Fine. The, & Forfeiture report. .showed. . 1113$1 thefollowing Now'the cost": of-this. ,service .Is the 7, .>.,iR.S, ; :: P.LQYD: i ..:
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.WI"t to. sign said. ,contrne: twbenthb'.bod .t'A. : "
wee properly executed ".<- r balances'-on /hand July list. Health .that' .the State; Board of Free Delivery t : .. ,to '.'," .< '

;.> :1h0 worked of hiring"state prl.onerjto HIK-.yeueral. Revenue. . ... . ." .$ 1K4.18Fine 'trying to selve.. Operationsof of the Y .... ,'". Dealer r.In.. ,". ,''''..: i v.<
roads for the san5e 'under-thr-RuBsel '.1' ''
b oll.1he county nature '
&: Forfeiture, ,... .'. . .. 1(84.4 I .. ;; . J.... >i ,' : 11'i'
the "ea..1Il. and im was taken up., r.t'r .. ..
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School Fundg ', 2216.03 Sage Foundation, covering wide and ,,'" '+
: .. ,and uponrtiotio..ot\ R.1 V. fuanler. seconded ', Road Fund,)':Vov.6.w. <. .i\v-< 14..77 long experiencE)love-placed the cost oo, ".' .; 'Gr
: -nd- unanlmously tray
by"W. K. i-Walker .. Gacocerie s ; a; n.c1J: Li
carrted- the' clerk was instruct: Special ',,PubllCltY'.Fund. 2:'" '" lU1.ee f ,' *- *. V .4 ., '" *"" I np ; ;

.r:u.j, 'eel 'to make appllcatloa-- for, .tyepty; ; S.8.,' S.D/No..1.. D.No/: 2 .........,...:..,.;"v'''H\.t;f.iey\ ",118.111 277.26S ___ _ _-'__. _ u__ __ ___ __ ;, .''I" ,, .,," > 'J'I'' ,. ." I' .. t'; ,

1 1 'able bodied ,men. ..;}-f .'& D., No: /-t.Y \ ... .... 11".12 "" "":-" :" DakinAve > ; . I
.The board passed a: resolution agree S. s. D. No.Sr . . ...".,. ... H ... ; / Corner Broadway and : ': ,1
county road .H' H"I.U7.. ::'I" ::: K: :::: : J ::: : "' ' '
+ IT'; Ing across to the putthe head proposed of: the .lake- for the H..D..No. I ';.j..i.. ,.'. f/ 124.01 :,:,:, : : ;: . : ,. / : '\\o/. : .IJ, < ',:.... '
r 8.',S: J '} .' . ..ot.o'muo.." .. ..,. ,, '" '" 1\1' ,
Klsslmmee.-to th.- cItY.lImlt., '?' jo. n' _ ;,," '" .... \'<.,.fjl "" ..' m .TU.'v Next Order Nr i '
.* at just what It would cost the county I. 1" '7' "' ,.I .,r. ': ; : ; o"r . j pr, ':>"8r
'whlch .w... estimated at .OOO.OO.. >." "Total Tax*.-j-Collector'License. .. .'t.Vili'.i1141.15The , report 1I' _. ::. , .; :. :.: : .'.; .. : '.
-. Will 'Lee appeared before the ooard : showed <
the following amount collected,
and stated that he was sick and Dot '
able''te. earn' hi. support and eked fl.oo The General Tax Collector's.; Auto none.Poll tax report One "Of'TheMost ::
them for assistance; whereupon the ..
.board Instructed him to secure a oeraI showed the following amount collect- -.. -
k, ,Ideate from the county physician'stating at UI.OO, clerk Desirablequalities : "I+
(The board beingadvised by the
: he not able to work
'" t"k. and that was of said certl- that the General Fund and Road Fund {
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upon St.
p presentation were short Instructed the clerk to borrow Joseph's Academy
t:.t.1' i(float the C to draws $1.000.00 for each of said funds, of commercial enterprise is ,/, ,
for In his favor. '
+1 warrant $5.00 '
> business .
and warrants for the Intereston
draw prestige.
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Notarybond of W. a. Massenberg
;>l loan for are months.There .. ST AUCUSTINEFL '
t and Depo.lt Co. of .
.with the Fidelity ;! '
beingno further business be
Maryland u surety was examined, and An-account with the Citizens Bankof I''
Y..p,. ? ap"e4.. also notary bond of Fred B. fore the boardthey adpourned until Kissimmee assures a safe depositary ESTABLISHED. 1868 .... '
their next regular meeting, September '
K'OCttfejT with the Fidelity and Deposit'Cos ,.1 ,
I' \ ? of. Md.. .... suretv. 1tK; 1111.A., F a strong banking connection and Hlf h-class boardla'c ,school In charge of Wasters" of St. Joseph. Peaty : ,fs d ,
: BASS M Chairman. is aid to line of business.Checking .
t Llj The sheriflTs feed. bill of prl.on.r.s.a. lI.lrafllePiAttest ; \ a great, any by children of beet Catholic and aoo'Cathelle families ,of this : y
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examined .- and -ordered
and .pprov. J. U other Bolldlnrs with nil modern :-
r .; ,, paid Cost bill In, case of State -vs. : OVER3TREET. Clerk.An accounts Are invited. Btatea. splendidly equipped eon>
4 t1'"0 James Pearce was examined and approved I ... Delightful and healthy, location In quaint :and'artistic. ;An-- .

A and ordered. paid. umberella which tell be 4 Per Cent Interest Paid City. Coorsei thorough' embracinc all branches) reqolalte '.for- a s'
",The Board of Public Instruction b... opened } ,
t Its Is latest ..00'S.Tlns_ Account; Ud and refined education. Made, painting,, language'eolamerelal ., ',
itemized estimate-of the the Since
\o OF'ing aid Its only by owner : '"
.. Terms moderate. For full particulars write : ; r -.XT--- :
-; '/ )/"',.-funds for school purposes for the current "the last.thief. I U the bet owner" . ;" " SUPERIOR: 'y''

1- ', fiscal year ending June $ th. TtlC, what Is the to the fellow ._ . > SISTER. .' I.; +
t/\ ... .
grain original ,
;"" ,,".reque.td'this'' board to levy a tax of VI - -- ; 1""" - ''''t.II _- ,. '... .. ';
'.t f;" T mills for and 1 mills ? -
.,, for .b- schoolNo.r1,2. Q, 4. .S and *, 8 $
> In addition to the 1 mills.t -

t.'l land The expenses Itemised, and estimate I.vr. ... of made revenues by the Paint and Not WHERE::SHALL.: I I' ioTOISCI100L.: r : ; Y,

board ''at. their last regular meeting .. -

.in-July; and published In accordance n ,.,.+.r .
' > ,: was taken up and adopted, i Paint was so'high the last few years II I SUPERIOR,SERVICE COURTEOUS ) '
.\, band the, following resolution Introduced -, the markot was flooded with trash. I STATE UNIVERSITY, 'FLORIDA''BTTE. COLLEGE FOE .
and adopted. 'WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE: FLA' : n '
? t..ash' .
What is
1r "C....-v Whereas It has ...ascertained ..a41 GAINESVILLE,,FLA. \ ; ; \r
a ": .determined by the board of county .It looks like point end pretends to C Standard the 'same',as 'those ,'of .>' -commissioners that It will be necessary bo paint but Isn't worth painting. It : ... standard/." rankin With i the!! best Colleges, and universities'. Inie: r 'J"3' I
DIRECTORS bt iJ1iversluea of .- , .- .
I.. i. to raise-amount* by taxation for ,i : and 'country. -! H. ,;I' t
costs
painters day's-work to '
the current year In the following' funds, putona and East, Modern: buildings and equipment; "all \/'. ?
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de..I.n.ted' gallon of.paint good or bad and apainter's ARTHUR E. DONECAN JOHN R. ; '. modern conveniences : .. : I I, '
J ,.respectively coanty, purposes .-: ; ..tudent. last ....io... Tot aI'.n !' ",
.., .tll4.lIt. .ular'term:' 11 .ntri> t, '.'
is IkbooL'UI
: day's-work |3 $4.
y-t or. .
1 Uensral Revenue... .t. ./.U'-' ..$1&.&'0.00 Add that to the price of g&llon. c F. w. HILL .. L MILLIARD A. W. \& .u. includln. summeq, ,.. mse. terlDJ total enrollment last. ,...ai....' "P 1 "'/;I. .
a .
I 40.481.00 .fr.e. uo.qo ; I .' 1" :
9 { J 1/-County.Road "esnn hard'.urteolos'i,. 4ft,4 *;.00 That Ii' the coat of' agt iron. Deroe I : ; fo.r' zc.pting ..
Road Fund general . 1T.8SB.OO is $5 $4 tnd trash half-
r .t. or a gallon; a furtberdnformation'address'' r.
4. ,, and
11Fine'041:' Forfeiture 4.. .".,..i- ...*..00 dollar less.-- ( :r For.- Information writeEDWAREk : Y' ? .
p_clal Tax.for Publicity . . 1.44C.OO too .. ,A. X WR! UtEE.' P E81X>dtt!,; CONRADfc'! PBF.BIDENT'S.MERCURY1TSICKENS"I. : .... ,; ;.l.. ,.
resolved following But Devoe Is all paint and moro J '" '''''''' ; . .
J', Be it ; that the sum i 1' > ,J '
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,b e levied 011'red and personal. propertyof you add oil to tt; gallon i..6 .0..6 ; ,: ,,, :. ,';" > ";


y ,'County-,.. .General-Revenue Osceola School county.., ,,'.,.k.t"M. . .. ,<,,. .f, mills.mills er's quarts pot of r But traeh-pasnt is three-quarters for'the paint I : : ( ( I : : ; < 'r

,i C >Road Kund. hard ,surfacing ,, .T mills. two-thirds or half 'paint; you vay a :< (

''. Road Fend;' general . ...t..' $ mills half -dollnr'lesa. for nobodyknowwhEtitii. *- I !? ; , ,
$8O CAS .' " .
h : Jt t .
mill.Special 't.
'.'Flee Forfeiture s.t.Y % o 'fJl1 1\
..... .* milL : .'; A ,. -
h; Tax: for Publicity : .:<
d't4 ,. The i followingaddltl"--" levy, was 10 gallons pevoe i J. enough for the I ,. "u .,Tripito> ; 'a', . ,- '# ITS' ON : lllVER liKE: DYNAMITii ': : : ,

R ...1));, 'Bordered In Special Tax ctunool Districts average-job; it takes 15 to ?0 gallons BOTH ;EXPOSITIONSDIVERSE 91Z UTEC . \' .: . a.l

re. 't: ilNeitll'order threethatmalnncectw ot: trnch.' And the.'weaJ.m.' way ._';- .'.:' J, ... .. ", ,,.,... .
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1 i d Unfortunately' look alike when For tickets,. reservations,descriptive > V/T7 1 .; f iI ... .
of (0 cent Ofthe" .
patlonal tax per __ ,
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'! t mount- preserib4d'tby'the. statutesof .first put-on.; x. 7 full .Information !phonewire; or write i r '. Here',*.'my guarantee-<* to .any dtag; I, ,< "t1
the State Florida. be-levied on.perons' DEVOE:; < (Uw Tone' jStarlsrYonr'liverBatier'Tln'Cadomel'lnd; :,, ;* .' .
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engaged" in- anyi.occupaUon '1'dtCo. .-;! H. C. BRETNEY, Florida Passenger A&e '" < " '-' tore and get a BO' cent bottle
' t thA tax collectors' directed to collect \Wr"BrMaltlnson; '.aellltt, h /<' (LOUISVILLE'' &, NASHVILLE'" :: ': Doe 'tSalvats son's,LiverTone..- Take;spoonful Wnlpht',0sd'lf -, . ,
It da.t.r.lgbteD le
such occupational' In the games you \
any. .
,manner as he- would '-.ollt-fo.tb. .t it oo ".00. 134.West Bay.Street. ; ( Bell Phone 167)' Jacktx : .orUakiYoa" ''Sick. t, right, up"and.,makei; feel t fine ;and'f' :" .1>, '

?' .states .provided--that .It by law- the > .. 00 .-"':- .' f- (etUsPf.nV.urT..ranclAw.n a Details y vigorous by; morning"'yon you .to go. d1: >,:
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counties arse permitted to,, levy avreat- / ; { ,.f'
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.end
!; 'er- .reeet.thanb0'perceste such 'M: ffI.LEF.f ;,;: back'to- get your .
k '.aid taxy then, the tax collector .. 'vrdered I .,i, to' -met, :'T l( .'IIO' mores.kk",) *: Liver' Ton I.' deatto1l uu>', Iv "
to- collect I the ''t..U ..moua t ,so ', __' It i. Teai. liver i' :
7 : salivating calomel when bilious or sale of 'ealomel/
.levied, -, 'v : --#.- Rol"state, AUeRItealty Y ; I : ..uri15.pJIUUtr i OR GIRLS, << ..; Don't, low, a b1"1 work medicine> entirely': vegetabJ.) ,'tberfore, it, ,: y. 1-

The following add ordered'bills';''w..x-.mln..s.paid]I'' ; .. -----...--- *. D 1* lDereuJ'741'' ,qulock.llYet can not lallrato or, make you slcku.", r ; 't 'k, '
.approved .. $btabL/1ie419o4 '' of the bone. 1 that poonlnl of.tooJ..j !'ti l '
)D. !> Lesley; oomintesloner.'i.'l *.00 : ,.:, ;Jfacully of S31 ear: cause necrosis I-guarant one. 1p #
R. V..nl.r.' comr. A mileage.: Tlt.OOAJF. bought' and' ,oldl Btatefl.,; :Accredited 'by .when ,it,''_come* Into :'contact son' Liver Ton will pu ,:your slaagUlK- "" ;

.' Bass comr.- *: m/teage' 1*.'0 House* rentedw: .' ,. (I ", Hoard of Ed_ OIIo: sour bile crashes Into H, breaking> liver, to 'Wotk'_ deM.')' U bowelllor, ,:...'f"\

>_ .TTouns Tlndall .._m..'A, .' ,'Jl.OO*(.*. : V.erified" aria now testctxtnc.: ;' .'-141 i* ..beD'OU feel that awful that' sour, bile' and eonaUpaisd. w"*U,' 'f"r ;',.l. '
.p 'W.I': "WaHcer. eomr'mieag Taxe1'paid .andTiUef ; AcmOfmta < .... ssk. n
,J. ..... *.wl.r 10.410 : *" ". t In & and cramplagr.If you'are glut' ,,1I14oh. is elogging'yoar jMssu ", "
1 "' .John Ba.tIJanitor'>avis. supt. poor farm. .,!..' co.oe. "-'for non-re kknt*. tegefJin .. ; ,and "all knocked. 'Ollt,,"' if your bur you |eel ri.erabM' :YaAMraatofthat;*
'J M;. John 8. Cadel. sat Co"Atty S me.: '41.*.. ''fi'LiE'; ;, andbaoVnt'' / lln: -i ibilranesl ; f.' ;:: : ..I'I;',. :.i*"'torpid and .-bowel-'eonstlpated !TUms;.0I1 >.
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?g +.t.oooo.o.o.o..ooo.oo this place was dismissed and about I shall be very glad to give uny information Whenever You Need a General Tonic FOR SALE-No. 6 Oliver typewriter; FOR RENT--Six room' 'moderticot, '$

v 9 twenty-tlvc of the members accepted or render any service; jvjssihlc. Take .Grove's nearly new. Price$40; cost 105. tage close in;' $12 per month,,"E.;*
J ST. CLOUD, ITEMS: the invitation to uttend. A splandid If there is no society in your The Ol t-Staild'aid Grove'* Tasteless Apply to S. It Bullock.U .E. 'W.UI. Real Estate'and Insur-."

I t..o.oooooo.oo dinner was served at non by the la- town or church, 1 shall appreciate the chill Tonic is equally valuable u a ance. 104 Possiel Ave. ,(The Inn),, i*
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dies. oppoitunlty\ of helping you to ortjan, .:.' General Tonic because it contains the FOR SALE-Two boats; one ;.8510 + "

m t.\\ Mr. Lockwood returned 1 from Connecticut Mm. Smith nnd Evelyn called on one, and I stand ready to help ir a'!' well known tonic propertlesof QUININE 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; one to I :. \
.3 to get his residence ready Mrs Funk Friday afternoon. way societies now existing. I .,'iI]i and IRON. It met*on the Urn Drive foot long 4 H. P. engine, "t.ill sell I. n :.
"a for his family. They ,,'il arrive the The o. E. social Thursday night wasa greatly appreciate your hearty oo-op- out Malaria Brricbet .the Blood and cheap; also one pair large mules. .t\
first of Octoor and make their permanent success, everyone had a good time, I eration. 1'lease, write me of the workin Builds up the XV.x>le System. SO cents. H. W. Thurman. 22-tf '" ,;. "

;, home in St. C'loudb. and over seven dollars was placed in your section, giving names o' societies "
? Leon Lamb had a birthduy Tuesday, the treasury. At the business'session" ; those to addr arriving at his twenly-.- venth mile- Sunday night the motion carried that ties may be organized and all it.for wagon one2cy. Buick in good s-fflflJflflj .
n r post. Among the many fine hirth- thin amount was to 1 Ix1 the "nest egg" I mution whirh may toe helpful. I wish' I Want Ads.WILL I condition good tires; must sell 'or ,:

i i 4 5 r dey presents received waa a pold- of the instrument fund. The net pro to get acquainted with all our workers trade at once. A. M. ,Jones'P. O. 'f'
y -, handled knife with three blades. ceeds of the social. held! in the future though they may not be collected Box J J 1. Klsaimmen. 7tf .
St. Cloud went to Orlando Tuesday are to be added to t this fund until insufficient with a society 'pt present. .';
and played ball. The game was a to purchase mi instrumentfor I Please address, Ruth Coifin, state TRADE close-in lot for horse FOR RENT-Furalahad .fiats: Applyat

good one even though our boys lost, I the new church. We know that secretary, Florida Christian Endeavor and wagon or automobile and give the Gazette office. .tfFOu Insurance that Insures r
this item will not the notice of Union, Johnstown, Florida. ; ;
; the score being clobe---2 to 1. I escape or take difference. Box 247 City. RENT-:Modern flve-roopv bungalow
t The Farris Chambers New York our Secretary Grace who takes a per- 35-tf ,
l'h4 sonal interest in work here. NOTICE OF TEACH Kits' in the heart of KIIIBlm mee. '
avenue and Eleventh street is undergoing our Protection that
Inquire at 108 South
Vernon
Mrs. Story visited Mrs. Bollard EXAMINATIONThe avenue Protects'j
y repairs, getting: ready for the one FOR !SALE; -Four-room cottage closein 34-tf
day last week. .
winter gue ts.
Lessie hays visited her mother Saturday regular uniform Florida Teach large lot, very attractive at a :'elf;
G. F. Kribbs of Kissimmee, came bargain. Small cash payment downor FOR SALE-Small Iron safe, at tbe
and Sunday.A ers' examination will be held at the
over Saturday afternoon and spent uazette office.
would take lot tfA
i+ 4 Sunday with S. J.Entrikin at his homein fine little daughter came to make court house,* Kissimmee Florida at balance lik-j!good rent.as part payment Box- '
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Narcoossee. her home with Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Mc- 8:30 A. M., OB Septemb.17th: 1915. .
247& 35-tf BARGAIN IN REAL
i. Misses Una Garner and Gladys Clellan week before last. nil applicants are requr ia:, to bring City. choice lots in ESTATETwo DAKU4 AVENUE.

Johnoon. are spending a few days in Evelyn Smith called on Mrs. Meyersand their own paper, pen and ink, together FOR SALE-Five of San ford resident section ''j.
horse-power xlorlda, w2!! be
p ,Klifilmmee this w ek, the guests of Mr, and Mrs. A. IX Story Satur- with endorsement of good moral character engine and circular wood gasoline saw. sold for $500.00.! Communicatewith .KISSIMMEE FLORIDA (
day afternoon. and a fee of 100. All who desire "
+, Miss Mattie Belle Harris. 1
Address J. F, Niswonger, Kissim- Box 378, Klsslmmeee F1or-
'Edd George sustained a serious ac- We wonder how many sent Mr. to take the examination please ida.
rl 'w .cident Saturday. His horse started Spreng a card or letter last week. notify me and receive a blank formto mee. 35-3tpd 34-tf .'

qi-t and. threw him up against the steps Don't forget this little act of kind- be filled out. LOST-at the postofifce this morning -- ---- -- -- r" '.

yr I and cut a large gash in his leg.We C. E. YOWELL, long handled black silk umbrella.
ness.C. a .
M, Smith his in Or- 35-3t ,
\ are glad to hear that L. C. Riddle vjsited son Superintendent.Three Finder please; leave at the Gazette
J is improving. It'. a long way to lando last Thursday.CHRISTIAN office 36-lt "Wt Sell For Leg*---Cath h Kin "
Tipperary and he wants to make up Spanish dairymen living in .

4 ,. his mind to stay here for a While. the northwestern section of Tampa] DWELLINGS for rent to M. 'If
apply
\. .Miss Alice House, of Eustis has have suffered the loss! of valuablecows Tiller. Selling Shoes j',
t ". bee' spendiig the past week in the I ENDEAVORA recently by poisoning, and the ---

,- Wonder. City visiting friends. She I authorities are investigating: the mat- STRAWBERRY PLANTS-Send 2.60

.', '. ", ," expect: to ,return to her home Fri- ter. Twelve cows have been reported for 1,000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. : Thats Our Business .. .
a ; 'v- poisoned. Peach plum and cherry treesat
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iw):. : Iv Floyd Mosher cranked up his autoxx'Sunday 10 to 15 cents each. John Light-
f . ... 'and, accompanied by Miss For C. E. Sun hlnerL Tha forest servic ; has ben requested foot, E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf
r' . '" Marguerite McGill l and Mae Arrow- "The greatest greatness and the to co-operate with: the port authorities We Handle Only The.Best Grade_In AU..Styles _._ .
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,e only true greatness nthe world -of- CoosBay, Washington, In .
; smith and Miss Edith Williams went FOR SALE Lot of secpnd bald fur-
: f 11f:"' ''to "Orlando and Winter Park They unselfish love and service and" self- planting to controle shifting sand niture-beds- springs, dressers .. \
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', C- 1. .' .4. ," ;nude about miles and returned happy devotion to one's fellow-men. dune s.GEORGIA. chairs stoves,etc., also a Jersey: Our
-Ralph Waldo Trine. Prices We1.1
i .;, ,;," .i, .. and' smiling; milch cow giving 8 gala. or more are Lower Because ;
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)( > .The 'young peg le have built a diner .Wanted-To MAN IS per day. See J. E. Rush, City. 32tf
y r \'': ;tennis court,In the rear of the Methodist know how that anticipated j jt Sell for Cash .
f.:7: ''church.; There will be a'carload social of Union Center Endeav- :
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, {:.: 'of matt placed on the- ground, and orers succeeded. Did It rain T RESCUED IN TIME I ;
j Very cheerful is some of the news
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-0$ ,man good times will eb had. When i
,'<_' the folks get interested in mat this week. But as the press secretary f
young Resident of Woodstock Finds Theodore Deschner Sho
: .Jten of this .kind there's soon something is also in Sunshine Endeavor. .Himself Family Store
r done'.' leadership cheerful news is the "..41.1thine' Restored After Ills Physicians ''
dt k ,Ai Harris of"KnoxviUe.. left Satur-- which should be sent from Jn- Failed. GUNSMITH On Broadway Vii '
'. .day morning for home. He was' well terlachen.Out I T..A. Lewis, who lives out on Route Cor. 1Mb *"4 ,...... .40.._ ;. J. Hania, M T., ;"

." pleased: with his visit to St. Cloud and state treasurer George Cava-: stomach 3, Woodstock, Ga.bar was the victim of ST. CLOUD rUQRIDA . ........ .. ........ .. .. ".-' to .. ... ':.+ '.+ ...!' _.I
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said.it wag,.worth ten thouaan4'cSol. nagh. 775, Tampa, has been promised -j a long time. He

,.' ;:1&1'1 whim. . .. .. : by the district treasurers to have i tried the treatments of many doctors. --:-:- '. . 4 '-' '.. .. . .. .
';;J,,::. ,:' Mica Edith WilllamB.- ''Miss)Margue their .co-operation In refilling depleted,I He tried all sorts.of remedies.His serious.- handicap . +..' ... ... .-. .' ,'..... .,. .....,. .... ... ....... ..'... ... ...: '.;
'c'. I"xtoe' treasury funds.Mr,, Cavanagh is well suffering were a "
> McGill, .Cotton,Moshier and Mac to his'Work. : .ll'. t,

VjMrowsmtth last spent Sundsy a' very-when pleasant;t they' ; mo aftfbrnoon Is money able to from carefully dues;;guard;Just'try.> lMiss' much him more;; 'he.'I Remedy.Then he, 'Just' tried as Mayr's it always Wonderful doer, the I .,.;; 'Before". You Bux --='' .>. ';. '- ;.'. ..,. V'IDon'tfail '.',. '
alroght I FOR SALE X. '
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.;,'.bored;' .to Maltland." -, Sarah 'faithful t first dose'proved to him- what'could '. L < ... ,_ .:, .) '51!' ,. .
; )lr'Jl4rtDO: 'pressnted'Mrs.-E: Phillips, reporter be done for his ailment He took the ,
Vreoland, with '. unch ofHon.duras qf the Presbyterian society: St. '"
; large
; full treatment then wrote: to see .thelmperia1YLine
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r '.lilies Sunday.'", Mr. Vreeland Petersburg, writes: "I do think our ,I "I have taken your wonderful rem- 14 Head of Good Jersey : / -, y

a being under, the 'weather. th.y were attendance on Sunday evenings is fine j edy and am feeling better than I have Cow; One Lot of Nice '
Ica .Tnuca-appreciated.; : -"_**? for this time of year and in a tourist, Celt in four ;years. Heifers Also of men's' clothing, l
t ',. 'Mrs. Frank Knney and.Mr'Brown town like this. We had thirty-one "Your remedy does just what, ;you Jersey a .
.of Mew:York avenue'were to see the Sunday a. week ago but not quite so claim it will do. Complete Set of Dairy > <.
4 ?e ;;:Vreoland nurseries last-week and en many yesterday. Our social in July "I tried several doctors but they Fixture. Dress.Better---Pay LCleatimg ,y 1
1 1 u -joyed-somo ot the citrus fruit which was pleasant and well attended." did me no good. I am glad that I

s "is' in full,bloom.. About the first organization of the have found your wonderful remedy.I t
I '. / 2: A Jolly.party composed of Mr, and present C. E. year was affected by the have recommended it to some of Kissimmee DairyA. and,Pressing* ,

,'. ". Tfr*.! Cope: Mrs. Kreps.. Miss Cora S. Missionary worker Rev. G. V. my neighbors who need it." .

Farris? and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wright AJbertson, at Lake Mary South-en- MaY a Wonderful Remedy gives M. STORY, Prop. Careful Wprk---Prompt Service
r '. I' 'mad.', .'I.trip, ,to Daytona' Sunday in' tral district. This month her eports: permanent results for stomach liver .
t '," ,11, '.Mr. *Copes teven-passenger touring "I am just home from Lake Mary. I and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
;:': jcar.;v The scenery along the route was do not know any place In travels and whatever you like. No more distress ..
my -- --- -------- -- -- -
.( : . ':''':'' .grand, and the party, had, a most en- that is doing better work than they after eating and pressure of gas in WM. H. PEAKE! Ii!
the stomach around
the
'" L.-., ::. .Joyahle; ; time. . ,. are both in S. S. and C. E, The Chris Get of heart. :
one bettle druggist now
N. ,. '. '. ,;.1., -y .The .Yoke Fellows were the moving tian Endeavor is now helping largely ; your .
:r ..ptrit.ln the tennis court and with its socials to the church. and try it on an absolute guarantee r "''1'" ;
t 1 .croquet paint if not satisfactory money will be re Phone 80y "We call for and deliver" Broad
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built two lot
,4 . : grounds on W. have heard of young as well as turned. : way'
si r, .'I" ;Oho' avenue. The Golden Rule Girls, older people who "painted the town Cut the".RopeTHAT .,oooooo".ooooo..o'.' t .t. v..
.oo.o. .
r, assisted by feeding the workers..Mrs. red.1 Christian Endeavor paints t .oo.. .... ., .

n.j ,,1 .' F. W HiD, of Narcoossee, left churches: instead, and usually the color . . .. .", <',
J 'yesterday for NewYork. This leaves that symbolizes purity. ..ooe 0.. o..Gt. to 0 OOO 0 ...... ..000... t".oo o . ..o c.-; '.

i.A ,,, Miss Madeline and her father to keep TbeKtesimmee Valley Gazette in BINDS YOU.TO A SYSTEM .
.; ;;house",, "Mrs.Hill will probably go to last week's issue among St. Cloud ''it

;: ;England before, she returns. news, told of "Golden Rule Girls" who PHONE ? 14 THAT NEVER DOES YOUR BUSINESS1 : I
,,, Mr/and Mrs. C. E. Carlson returned sold ice cream lemonade and candyone 1
4 'last night from a summer spent in day recently, making 6.25 to YOU OR ANYONE ELSE ANY Why we should have it
Chicago. 'Tbey' both look a* though t
send to the Children's Home Society. GOOD. COME OUT OF THE
( they-bad spent,a delightful summer. I The St. Cloud co-respondent wisely for Five iRecuon :\; ,
'Their many.; friend areglad'to see adds "The Golden Rule Girls always BRUSH AND TRY A ROUND 0
rri& "them again. .. .. , deserve our support.*? Probably not ". 11 ? t\
: ''Mt. Lockwood and Misses Elsie Baker OF CASH BUYING AND YOU INTEGRITY
all this l club is .composed of Christian . .
u' ;\ and !BeB' Gross' .; took a.drive out Endeavorers but they' all )have the Purity Ice Cream WILL FIND A SILVER UN- Fairness in all dealings. '
I':
to .Hart'Lake the .
i) :".Iweek:; :; and 'wencaught.iu, the rain. hearts feeLExpre..lng ING TO THE- CLOUD 'OF ( '. "
a :::1. /5 ".1'. They'got *o wet they! decided to go in a desire for more citizenship ( >. . The best'of service.' (Re.. r
3 :; '.-", "bathlngjr''clothe* 'and:.all, to improve news; here it came from West HARD TIMES. .., QUALITY .1. v-VtJ -
;,,: .' : ''conditions..'. .'They f"1' ,ethen enjoyed: Palm Beaah about their meeting led : '"!
"5' 12 lb. sack Self .65 Our gods are of highest' .t : '-
Raising
:tI.i.: 'the,trip and the swim and the rain.. by Miss Maude Clark Anmiat 8th. ANY FLAVOR Flour. 'ndard. ,
... .. T'beItem took: 'a whole letter and not 24 lb. Sack, Self' !Raising Flour. 1.00 \ PRICES . I ,;' ;'.-
rv-: >*.. . ., .. ..,...... ".000. an'unnecessary word in it. We will ANY TIME 'r The lowest consistent'with' high qua: '

,.t, "1 ; :' -UNION.CBNTKB oE give .Ittothe.publis In.aman.dOlea, 12 lb. tackVhlsbnry'. Flour, .r... .60 t Jty good*. :i 1"PI"

Otew+rb .: : ...., ," '0 hoping it will do more good:this way. ANY WHERE EXPERIENCE' *
? ; :24 lb. sack Pillsbury Flour ,_._ 1.15 :\
t "AiSaloonles. .Town was the head , :;
... t ......to.. \ I'' I : .' 4-S Year.' of r

\".......,'"U.. .... M.::-'L.lt.'o: .: >hoWand: Miss Lena line ng'over meeting the'anooncement placed in of. The the Daily com- 12 lb. sack. Plain Biscuit, Fo r.,...., <60.) ". ,'. guarantee practical that, experience car drug I.i want our '' !: "\
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, ;'"Y .i-'*Ix>rcllpent..the week-end a* guert of Tropical Sun., and .itt read This is Fancy Molded Cream for 24 Ib. sack Plain 'Biscuit Flour..' LOO. \ 'i i''. '*, are'cared for 'in the" most proftclent.manner. -' ,r.;
,
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,Airy. "' ,.J Jr.and'Mn.CtIL.Funk.t '.r.s <''i what r:kite:' Christia.Endeavorers of and 1 Ib. Baking Powcer .Free., : ..
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I j :;V\. '" :: tI'om'Loclce and wife, of.Mt,> this town are working for," Most of PARTIES. SOCIALS and ,- i! ''SERVICE.17 I :: ; ,
,'. J.. -- '...eited'bie'sister/Mr.': George:verde'j Florida 'societies'< t have 'aloonles* 9 Ib*. Evaporated. ) Pjacbei' .... ..258'pkHecs ,.. l '*.r 'f..., :>, Polite clerk!, j-and '! ... {
;*!; ,,1..1.' sand family; last week...7>'.; towns;but there are other'ways: of getting WEDDINGS .'..., prompt deUvel'7. We, .:, :
? Creiris J- : bring
I" Oatmeal .
goods to
r rt'deerdee ,,..25AtnioigStai.Ham'ti your,door with > 'k
I Alb left for;hU home destruetivellquid betides the ;
the ,
{,.1h'k 9t 1 .a; 'Oklahoma Saturday.;'' \,.i ; open,, saloons.: We 'sbould.tin.live, :rmore -"!,, OnrtS.dalty''. ( ..4t '. ' "''.':.i1....\..;'.,"a-'"..,..18., -, 'l,"y;. A\ .-AfS&i&P'&r;; ; **;***<* i '. .- ,i iWe'Want

"!. ,! i t'': JMr.sndMn.W.therbee.'and lairs; actively.th. first C. E.: then all Unit ry_ ..Jt.'o .'. .. ": '
:' 'f,: ',.t r .'. Wetherbea spent a'very.enjoyGests ed'States' slolart,;:'"A' bry"Nation,'by . . I :C slt'.W.1'JI\ORDER.t:; Your ;Baslnestf UiCome ;, : ;J.7
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.I i;" . 7 .. of J.,,Wj Thompson' 1920.-. : Grace A. vTowiuend, : ( ;. : '" ; -: -, In. ; .....
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'ehurdl'JaatBnndlT' ;.w.re ,lu 1yut.. elected'secretary1 of tbs "Af0J4s; At Kianuueh ; : :. ; .- : : : >
55 1 tended: In'KiMlmme tJo.a"-.on Dr..Holt, of'Le' state nnlon,'I:have been ,. 'c', : ,
5- trying toget >SAJUJNG1'ON'Av !I QuicKDEIJVBRY k : ,;'" AKG.:1U..GSDAt..E.: Pies.r J t ',' ',+,
*. ',1! ; '.1 the in 'touch: with'*!! ;Endeavorers' ..,. "' .......'.. "I . ."_ .... .PHONE.. .. _250"". .. .., . '''_> '., paoli, . !.:'C1..;I.. if' 'I \\ ..' : w.4 :
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