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 27, 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: VID00713
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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k MARKET < MEETING AND CARRY FOR AID; .\paved Would my Baptism never,.again U. the bbe"First.destroyed Announcement,...s do,."dr pun,and!1I1f. : ;;,. t1iearth ; ; "

: . . ,OFF ;ATTENDANCE': .HONORS' ; ,: :: .today through the sun-a,mist after thhowr J, '. ,. ,, r CAUGHT
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,0. SCOtT' M;;. ;'LOFI'IN. GRAND ".* .In the"confusion of event thafhaeldiowed: taraa,*;** * it:: ; ,

. .fL, , 4CHANCELLORr: .PRESENT.! *r---. '*'I--- 'b.em lost.IH.th* Wildernes*'of. Ttma/.vptU *n. A*?J M raf aui*; >
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'f' 't" Island of and ..eomedIUa... ote br-EatalMUa: wfco *
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:Stock.Shipped t i d .t SttLQuJ "-'::0.10 ,,- Wants' Taxpayersl'o''. *AI-t recognised. mo 'and,immediately; christened m*;'.". A 14'Meeprps.irtsd' v.' '', l ." fF o-t..
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;f Member* 'of Frien'cbhlp"Lodi : : ..; My early catechism wa taught on the fcn** of .to-* ,
x ...M, lo,-Knighta of Pythias of Kisslmmee. .' .listed! that'1 make good in the 'world before I should retsiv*f*..>pr teen .: ':',' ',t ..

\\'i',, ., .Sold; Wo11\& f; twenty-four !strong attended the district 7 rteni f :BigMNtiflg; t ognition and associate' many.other kindred '.im* U, '>*M 'a ,,.-Istruggled ... Ita
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., .meeting of the order held In Or on, until I met Success,;wbo; m* to-'Buila***, and,
(. J"j .. ,.... .-(' Undo I":< and **Prodaii nid .
> Tuesday night The Kisalmmee ;). ,,, (w. three formed a partnership made; >*aa ar.oar: * .
: -. ',. If/p' : lodge'carried "off.the''attendance honor J:. _. J My: merit and-worth readily produced In- many channel; and *oa.I''became / ,.j r ,
tf"SOUTHEASTERN rUVESTOCK/. ot the meeting having more members LETTER'S ,SENT :OU'j'.SEEKINGOPININS' 8Oupt.tar and wide until! today I. am the absolute arid Me-; 1dCAP111,1Flol" GUARD AT FBI "

: t ,PUBLICATION' DEVOTED,'.:1TO' in its delegation than any >other OF PEOPLE IN ,REGARD ':sari function of the \ r1t,conducted: 'fcwak****,Instt*') ,YA2.;MOttK ;or VBUOWD Cff

\STOCK-RAISING IN THE SOUTH. lodge; except. ,,::'of, course. ;. the Orlando TO PLAN.TO BOLD SUCH ''tutfon, and. thoroughly modernised,1plead way"1f rvibo.ewbeN.k. +1'IUI'1IOJIf.. .C8A&1a W. FAOUIBANK
4 lodga _ ., '"" .5 COMMENTS: UPON 'TRAINLOAD Those who'made. the trip In six an- GATHERINGS BIANNUALLY TO" .'H4UKI.1 'must admit that f really was created In the yerJ".tre'" : h. : AT ORLANDO AMI ,
3- : OF< C 1'TLERQ&1 ,KISSIMMEE. mobilesJwere: J. S. Cadel vj. W. CONSIDER FLA/j/ TAX". .EVILS-. ."' fat the earth' exi.tenee.-but many centuries after rcivinjr a my proper, : WALrn.1'IOt'K1188IMMPE; VIA
'' W ; Cal J Buckles Jr h., stand. the wisdom of commercial, af, has!., !. ; -
It Millar, :, H., May, -" r'ectacatioa.1 the light In ; ;APOPL&. ; :.11' "'
un th. "' Lan*. Paulk, E. .-A:;. Nelmeyer, Joe {- '-" J.X T \."n..> research: and without me the linotype and press would ceffii M vU? & "\ .....,. J
"o Cqm menUng' fteent'.hImen Bass,' J. C.' Griffin Kenneth Butler The State'. Tax.Commission'of: :Florida brate, for',I distribute,the brawn to 'accomplish;their purpose'.. ..:';', 1 :. ( :' , '. ..
I,, < of a trainload of cattle from Kisalmmet Guy.Gardner M. D. .Alexander-EvE. has sent but letter to a large nom. "' '":' Nation heed my.pleading;, countless multitude listen t* wf 4auy > sUhartof : .a'''' aptdCharlea: sole
to St.' Louis, tha Southeastern Naugle, Roma Thoma.,,Tom Woodall, besottspayere' 'seeking advice upon '';story for I breath Life into the pulsing power of the:great m* Mn.) ; ,.fona r ,ViePatrbaaka . w.
6j Livestock, a:'publication devoted following George Overstreet ;:E,, L.' Johnson t a plan to hold a''monster-meeting of i 'cry/that aid.* to keep alive my: :outer,being-The'Newspaoer.' vv". '" ,: ,I of ... .. .s. '
: stock: raising In' the'south. .. . had,the . Conrad Bryan; W. O. Thomas, ThadOliver those who'pay 'taxe..to- n.i4err'. : ., f: E herald no'message of.adynityt.but proclaim only: d1.twb.n;"of from Ua ..... at ths'. ii.a ;;
_ to say:; ; John L. Overstreet S. Gil, and mean ''or-.orrectint tan( evils.'A lenty" and'abundance' aiding. in the fortunes of those whoa conaawae*,' friend ott ... etalissiamobit t Oriiando
''Nineteen carload""of Oseeola' county R.,Ellis? 'Frank. Jone and J. number. of these' letter,bav.been received -* ,9 enjO7.e ' -s,'-' '- '' -". *-" .h.. "w.''. ... ... -w
%' p ; ,'Florida.:cattle were! shipped to theNational bertC6e. here. '::;', ; 'V-': : !' ? ,*'.,; J am the un.eJlor'ot': tliosewseek .aid Tancement.wcaltt>. ;.',*ue.", : \ a_, .. .
Live Stock Commission Co. 'tb. trip,was 'a, pleasantoae, the The member of the taIeommissionare ,& j ices*! I am the mouthpiece of the banker ;,brokermerchant.. .;;tanner; g.pl1latasitylsy-O>...*. *.A..I'. : :
k National Stock>.Yards, 111, jln the lat bright moonlight making the ride to : John Neel l-chairman;;,John-8. Cl| housewifeachool: ,:college: doctor lawyer; eren politicians seek nwwhenothers ; ,>w.t--. : ,al ;,
; and from Orlando over the new brick Edward and R. J, Patterson.Theletter . :'1 f aiL]IT !:if K" ". - .-' I'L. k"2 "* about twBty-av.a yar* dw-" ;,
Navin road ideal. The Orlando brother left read as follows:', : ?y ?&jtL -'!:am the $benefactor otCaplta"tb. friend'o1 LboFNfor I carry:the' walking. mtwafUM *fjBt* f tile dt '
been 'the first shipment of the' kind nothing lacking in the entertainmentof Office' of Tax Commission of r.i;.same message to bothXegardlees: of conditions ; '? ,,:' apparotlXra : ...'. tMq .... "
from 'the Florida county. Th shipment the visitors. Cold drink were served Florida, Tallahassee; August"20- ' f I am'.mighty. sought.for my pow.b'None :In5my'laeumcee> and.'', ao,eM ........ ......... .:,
.was arranged M. G. Gardner, during the evening and at the close 1916. :' ;; f till<-aa easy to approach a* the solicitors who sell y'ware-\-/\ ] "v'i strut. hsdd rSeSI.s. weld. 01 .... sM
8 .representing the, National Live Stock of the meeting fine spread of chicken .Dear Sir: Th person'mostavitally: ': .' I am the message appealing to all classes,:king-and peasant,'rich ". Ottawa*
Commission Co.. pilau ice cream and other delicacies interested in' the just and equal valuation ''and poor.: < Men and women and even little children' seek comfort roalnstenanc iE'.t Awortav
.1 t' if In recent year shipment of Floe made vryon* who attended hope of property for the assessmentof uid life through my good advice and InflneneaavV. *. $'- -';.' artivUofssbayat.
.? f ida cattle to the National Stock Yards, to be invited again. taxes i* the taxpayer. .''.The" one j' ::. ,r-.1 know no religion. .My creed i*' productireness-my .,.Bible: 1'Tbe4'! : .brl and was ( the
Ir i which .1* the postofAce-name' for the Scott M. Loftin grand chancellor person who suffer and bear the "Bur Rate'Card"; upon it my subject*'swear_ allegiance: : is .the "jd.w,pn. .WestJJatl.beading ....*. H* .taM .( '
,St.'Loula market;: were confined to .a of the order in the grand domain of den of equal valuation 1* the tax pay ", per1 Badge of Honor" for it know no Discrimination; it 1 atoUrate*j no.1!; "'t.,be Mad walked all tile fv;
few carloads from -time to time and Florida.was present> and delivered an er. The person who ha no power to :Concessions.' ' ' ', 'r .'' iJn"j-'v: 'c-r.t\; +\t' Ortaado oftwter by ar
4 wen of comparatively ,,meager: vol eloquent address.' .State Organiier correct the evil of unequal valuation' .. ;"t- ,,:.1 am'thi'eonstructor'ot.ucesseful'buein.es'.nte. : ties, the &IG':to' _.;;OfmaM'CMar.4'rlUAfUrbehad '
M um. To the progressiveness of some Henry Sassnett was also in attendance i* th. tax payer.: -, ,.: Progress-the channel AdTaneement In commercial pursuits,' and-,I. i ..ta ,tie es.r1., Mad Mbf+ ;
{ of.the largest cattle raisers Florida and spoke. Speeches were made It i* in the hand of the city and vi* stand fo>. Truth in statement and Honesty in''transsction'through: .aces I .... ,..... ...:= ..... .
b' is due the initial movement of a trainload gy representatives of the various town tax assessors of' aces;and -the r">buslnesi'adversity i* overcome,.for,I am the.very.,foundation of.modern;, : leasVdrb.nks''rnat ._. .. .. f'; '
to the St. Louis market. lodges in attendance. equalizing board of the several cities business ideal, fT-"?' .* ; .' ji, -v.,"..;.* d ? Vt3x.&J.
,The specialtrain of nineteen car and town to bring about an equal bur- My :responsibilities' ...."'enormous,>for I am the'great; big' throbbing : M a Wegmu teanswer .
left Klssimmee. Fla.,.on July 22. Big den of; taxation Yore cityand towu "heart ofthe Newspaper.-t J.r'n'- ::; -, *' to ODe had sent to hi* sister ':, it

T banner on the car proclaimed that LEE JARRELL SWORN taxes; it i. upon the shoulder of,the \. \ w"r; ". 'l11AM.AOVBBTISIN'a-,, ' com*In'to Indiana him.- .This stating al*thatwestyp..- ..,'!1.,r;

they were loaded ,with various kinds I board county of assessor of commissioners taxes and the to J. .J- ',. _. . . VI1.'. . ... ad "ovr.to"PoUeaawa Btooas, .af 4Vy.! '.
county ; "
6 Ini to of the cattl National from Oseeola Live Stock county Commisx. billed IN AS PROSECUTORLee bring about Ju.t and equal valuation . '. '. . . .' .... !ll"r'qJG" .,,- ", .fSSday. . ? ...and'earn took.Wa burs. for -. ..... .. ,;'

son Co. .. among ''th* taxpayer in the county. :
e ,' "f! : The shipment went over the Allan--'I Until the Legislature of.1913' there "Yoang' FairtMMkal.* .,,.,;-.
: characterand ...
Isdintiantally
j tj..tt1c; [ Coast Line railway to Montgomery Jarrell one bf the 'proml.ingyoung was no person or." ,< .. 1 t ., where the.only stop for rest and attorneys of Klasimme, whois whose specific: duty, ,'.It '...- tobring :' charg, of friend of.. .4t I
ti" I about of yalu.tionsbetween
./ ed'en route was made. The cattle connected with the legal firm of equality: ,u 4- fir ; Orlando' "few :to
'-.:.-;T arrived *t the market on Sunday,July' Vans Agnew & Crawford,was signally] the several counties;.or between''.the a th .ftp year. ta ,/
25th which gabs them sufficient time honored.this 'week, when he was officially sam class of property'., th** set CENTRAL BiS'SSCtLEG E bMajMpt wo bOoDiocms........ : | .' ,. .
eral 'counties. At that time theTax };
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f. -to'be'rested up and sorted for sal. sworn in by County Judge T. ,- / _" '
,I the following day.-: M. Murphy a* assistant prosecutingattorney. Commission was established. and " .. ,.'.. .. .
Among' tho. who participated v> ..'. among other thing,, wa given, .that ,i,. r". '. -... . -J'l sO -
of" the specific duty. :' t ";..' :; '
'th movement opening up channels In the absence of'Prosecuting'Attorney : "
J,,t :;pt outletto: the' Florida stockxaulr W. Crawford. who is enjoying We believe that as a rule, the dty .'T'hat"l attendance Is assured tvr are'glad'of the "opportunity ha'.*' .
wer* th* following, th*,detail. a abort .vacation Attorney: JaJ'relfhaCI; assessors and Boards' ;arjf J honestly the fall and winter term of the Central school *o near their home Where their : ; OHS.F.46
.v .of.t1e'Me.: ''b : : his first/ea *_Monday" morning when striving value justly; USe'property Business College\of. Florida locatedin boy and girl can get boaine** train .
Lesley" A Bass, oXl..im'Fl :;, Ed Prayer a young white'man,' Was for dty ......sm.nta7 i;TT":: "' ;;Klsslmme;>1* "apparent;trronm'the' ing. *"Tr ,..-Vf.4Sr; =;fe''' ty,,., "[if; "l . t i' __ '

.t F **,re.r car*. 'Armour ft Co..'bouht 6R; given a hearing on a- charge ,of the W* are sure that the ,county assessors statements of W;;;H,.Dawes.; vice-pres ','In" both:"Whlttter rkni:St. CUad; '1 ,
IN ".. cows' averaging '470-: 'pound and theft of.a bicycle from the Kate *tor*. of taxes and the board of county ident of.'the '....ntoU and instructor, in found,:a,large 'number" of boy 'and '
<, A Co.; 53 cow.,.416 pounds at; Frayer: pleaded'guilty,and was sentenced commissioners arc, a* a rule,'working bookkeeplnff business I practic: 1.who.IU. : r ,
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p' girl : *' er teholluthisfaU
,0.:, ; '''' ; toward)' an equality of ; .In wL LAIi
: to four months in: the convict. evaluation. ,Mr. Dawe hs been traveling about '
'If' }, Cattle Orlando Fla? -% **"' ..1Frayer't. -' their several counties,;""t , and.Ittb.sams'seryip'.hsr"We : ,
y .. :;:- Sontbport Co., ; .t camps.- <'* /"' i'\ over Oscaola county. : ':. ..t.. i.i(3V car.*' 52,steers averaging 652i ok the bicycle from along Th county'' tax. assessors and' theboaardi acq: tieg'the people with the;fa. Aihaverablgi1 J;
. .i,, pounds and 62 head 620 pound wentto'Armour side ,the Kats ..ton' Friday evening of-county commissionerswithfew cUusa*jof; :the ,.school,;and: b*>lmdsreadyres '"* : 'I eeh.d I
.. &.Co..at f5.10and" Swift. about,six: : o'clock and was captured on .'exceptions; and,the Tax Commisx' wherever he Qoes:;. also,' th-nrolbanttaTaana.ach;
'-_ .(Continued on ;Pag T.ntSCEotAPOPULATION.-) . the Boggy Creek road about four mile (Continued 'on Pag' Four.r+ ;"W*'wiU ski attendance this day All,ill all '-wa *. vta7'BgW* *n. .*
from the city by DeCu'y Sheriff Floyd fall and.winter," said Mr. na'\IFM one eonraaed ... #sti4l0bettb. '-0., Goad
Tlson a short tint afterward. .H. said day this'week., '"JCverywk*. **,I'g' I tral Susisee. .,
V : ) that h* had been walking through the OSCEOLA QJ DE1T find, the, people''',Interestsd :%in ; ,'our lar ; JI. "jM;' n# .ta I

country from his home in couth FlorIda school and our *ourse...study.: :; :,They, P7orid.ri'y.. .
,If : ; in search of employment, and wa ONLY $5.89_ ( -" ":: ::: :'.:'- _-... '",\".!._': _:" ," ; ., - isr
ay ';.DOUBLED IN 5J YEARS so .tired of this mod of travel that : ., PER ..IANCENSUS ; chare* ;.f'? .... ... .
when he',,saw thf". ,blC7cle he. decidedto : this. weak and sabotted. ,

,. C.c;;; u ER.OHNSON; 'TELLS rid. DEPARTMENT,MANATEE :".' FIGUREISSHOW GR wERsToms: SpEpI$, ERANDPEA'CROPS.ATvM : : ;; well mile,ova,of{rail aatt hav ell. tile already '

HIGHEST .-
'NEWSPAPER Knansvfll* to 1
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.''' OgSINESSCDLLEGE TO WITH W.10 ..PER''CAPITA.:'' of. track laid. ..
::'r'OF THE GROWTH or THIS : ; wer "
LEVY' I' [ ; week and tile ..... '
.COUNTY SAYS FEW WOMEN \ WHILE COUN' 'Y;HAS : E if "
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f' : the'work will on at a tsSAtJ / I
HAVE REFUSED TO GIVE HIM GIVE FINE :PROGRAM ONLY FORTY CENTS. ,PER.;CAP. IKO .
C'-: ; ITA. "- ... ?'" J Th* ...tae. ram* ....::3j
.!;o ( THEIR AGES. e '--:-1 :T- laZ1:' t l 1 ; demac* to railroad'wr ..... W I-.,'
". .' '(>1 of Klssimmee .uld ; assoclatlon''thoughthaegatsirtugs' *not; a* destructive a* onus ,'.' .
All citizen and vicinity What
Oseeola county owe b* The Oseeola Fruit'and; Truck: Grow.rs the '
.,, ;.,;; ,;,has That;doubled Oseeolacounty in the last*five population year i* ar invited to attend the entertainment paid by each inhabitant paying 5.89., ,Association!! will, bold,it*. regular every,.othe .w..Ic.," ,Im 6 order.toInterest ft port*of had ta*them.' rad*Aba of tile tear S. F.. 44 '. ,.:' :

r: ....r.th.*' statement of ..laude F. Johnson to be given next Tuesday according to the figure of the Census meeting tomorrow. -mornsng in the city: th.growe riwbo'aremembersand railroad wes badly washed,, but taiwa .. ':: "
evening at the High School-auditorium Department of the United $ those,who not have
,who i. in State Gowrnment council hall, beginning at :30 o'clock; are w* adopt'ed easily ,
f-4, now engaged taking a conR' rpaird. .Th Tlssimm \
by the Central Business College:: of Just the "
.the lie mad this given ont. President Fancier .k. .that all seem, plan discussing some special diviaion-
,;,. .au statement* of in county.interview with Florida, of this city.. This entertainment The'wide rang. of per capita indebtedness bar and others Interested ',attend thi.meetinr. crop: 'at.each mtinff-.v Saturdaywewill Valley ,badly, ..C. railwayvwa ,k
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an a train
,\::7:::'\'. of the Florida representative is being given by B. C. Anted Is shown by: the fact that .'...', -rai I- 'discussthgrowing'of; peppersand dW.aot.. lor 't
Metropolis run _
,' r ,'of Jacksonville, .recently. president, and W H. Dawes, vicepresident the people of Levy county carry a debt -President FatnlernWants'; i t C largerata English. pea..,,We,bay.-.ke4'.c.1 .' < .
In''celebration of the of : of : Captain "ta:, :. farmer. Who I* .Incharic
8 enlargement only forty cent a head.while.- the tendance than has been the rule In M.Berry; Sanford -
,. ldnc.of"bhn'. the Metropolisaaldl of the school and the changing per capita indebtedness ,of Manatee the-past:and speaking of th,*. assocja. on- of ",Labland"-.botb ..sueeaaafalgrower '. > Claude F.Johnson of of its namovThe county J* 8610. l".. v tion this wk.haid"W : :- ; -,,' ,of theM crop: to attend thi on:th* mads, ha* **n. a MW af mnraasatly
',4J-:;";" Kiasimmee program will begirt at 7:30 The per capita'indebtedn... of var4aens , '- .want.more grower-to'Attend' meetinff-and ' : ''thai: down to raJr tile road built'
one of the Thahop.t ,
"t' wellknownnewspaper" men0of o'clock. The following person have Florida counties, as given.bathe 'these' meetings. ',W* beUev a great they 'will 'b*, h*re'uand : will: : from WatttUr to .n*> *> sad a t.wl.'
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"r. ''of the state, .who- temporarily count : oJ.tI" in consented to give their services: Mrs. CensusBureau, i* a* follow:v,. ..;', -,? deal of good '.be accomplished.. by b* able, to' learn something,* ,er Y',- -J Jc bed spots batwatn 8t/ Cloud and. Whit;'''-
the to
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( new game noses4r ,. tterH:;: irtata* that ha will .bay. .
8. H. Bullock violin solo; K. McPherson Alachua. $13. 9; Baker, $1.82; Brad .' .-- . soon, '
I Oseeola eountr: was In Jacksonville vocal solo; Miss Inca Carson vocal ford, ,$2.11; Brevard. $2.98r- Calhoun, '" po r_ ..._."'.. th. '* "road.,ta good *aap. spin: :'f-'f ,fIAwciETE
business. Mr.JobnOon: ha ' .fl.
z\Il' today on : solo Miss Ruby Ellis solo Citrus vesllirationj hoae..r't '0 '" "' Zff' $:
piano ( .
t ; .about th state off' ; ; $1.89; ; $12.04; Clay UL81t Columbia '.
r.:" 2' completed and;: *be'ftnd.census'the Mr; Daw**,"readingjr' Mr.' Earl Lup- $15.68; 'Dade.-$70.T8a ,jDoSoto KANSAS,,OFFICIAL IS, not all of the land of,the state Ja I Uk tj-
\ );Oseeola county that f er. reading; Tony Regero. ,violin solo $'7.79;''Puval.' $53; E.eambia,'<,$37.10; the!Glades, needing dralna*** and,if BBlD8EFOR "
., ,.l :. 1 ,population the county. hapractij1 : and .also a duet.with M.r*. ''Bullock; Franklin 11.45; Gadl h* had looked.sUtU. fnrta-. would

..,- '>; ; ;ally: ease',doubled,, In other within word th-.past, there: ",.willbe five: G.'C.* ,Davis;,violin solo, and "Mr..'Ansted .. flton, $8.64; Hernando. $11.8UIIolmes, ;' !A'FLORIDA'IKNOCKER"SAYS' : have discovered that in the *atlp a* tf ;' "C8P# ROKOP.
idO.OOO .Inhabitant, inr the humorous reading. 1.44! Jackson: ; $943; Jefferson, $6.16; .. ., lime most of thGlades land wW be It
; v t county as"T ".. \'. '
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'tb t I richest m .tW ::
> ''' again.t'populaUon Lafayette,95 cents; Lake $1. 0.;.Lee, among emmUi,
\ .of'aooo, fis'.WORTHSLESS. .
1j ;.->':shown bythRelating, ee Federal census 4910., aa. CITRUS [''ASSOCIATION $5.11 Lon"-$18.79 Madison:"'Le .'.40 cents; LAND.- BUT;HERE'..TAMPA EXPLAINSHIS" though 1tu is beyond: ';alL 4* bti lon thai ) "..,1 ed tIIIe tr a... Itt:LuJ: t..,. #i:
Liberty v'to
.. "*< some of hi* experiences In $1.76 ; M-94J Manatee mthodwhi; wr s.yib. $ .... ; mp l .1 I"QIOIU .' ,
.' 4- : : $86.10Marlon-$7,63'Jfoaroe: VIEWPOINT*FROM THE of-tb"dishonest, w r* used ia *aU.., M..' ,.... .. OrlUdo !f:
'1'r :Xithl, ;;counting* morning people.Mr.Johnaon.atatef that in.all. ..counting-! I $31.74; N.![ 11 $13J5J; Orange $18.95; ., FACT :THAT' HEM' ,HAS< 'BBBN lot much:,'Glad**,land.'',H*..*wr; ta*' ..."" .., .... ...... board!.. .
: GETSNEWMAGNINERY 18.15 Oseeola MISINFORMED IN ..GLADES methods used in seMiags'flMms land; = .
$ Palm .
''bas- refused, b11,bat.seven ;, ; $5.89 a' Beach r *" .- 'y III ...., -.n p.Ji J
:k, 'women.been:';:.Ther* are ages but seven women $62.87; P..co/ $5.20 :t f.olk.22.40; ; '"CASES., ., :.. tt .'|_ several.\year,,a';hare,baa:.lavly t..... ..... ..' ....' )JI.
I Putnam $SO.3'7.St. Lpele, $52.78 Santa '. .oJ't' ;;) : outgrown'.in. tI II-I'.teJ'';:TiUr '* fill.. ... ....
j\la.th*;whol. ,county1':who;::.refused J to A carload:of neW.machinery'to' be 'Suwe- -{, tratkl Jq biidaee. tJa. .
Rosa of It is nallMd the '. .
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,tell .. $4.971 SIIJft : ; th-aciion'k the mor* ,rnd'ltegtW.'O.; a:coantls
their he .tated.Th. {
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.m* ages placed in theWater.'dt.'Carton'ptcklug $7.94J Tampa---Throiign \;
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ne*. $ .atl'Ta710r; Volusia, plenty:good enough f*r:"" ..wa.aad'' Urns ....''i1U4: : Xr"' r "
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V \ b. Bald compromised by allowing- m* house in addition to the Machinery: State of JCansas refusing to sanction: of. .; -- :r.
class tal'atee. ,
; to-makea'guess.. .*tvthielr ages,'and 'already:in place ther.arrivedMonday $8.77; Wakulla. $1.89Walton'. ...,fI.3 9)")' UIe'Bale of Florida land in Xanaa be'cause the better th:ir'cus 4eal.ixIn"ble'atat.ae ',1'NI ...wtk'.m'M dons By tA*, Tali', 'I
Waebington. $f4.8'7.., advisC <
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tsi+ Js -{.ben.'th..1WI'ehUd"p: '.I"Just- added ;,', This' 1&chtnery"wa.: ordered by 1' ?,iTha bureau announee.'tbat'-the,<, <<: ,'apparently,.th.Attorn.y'Oenera : temer* to lee the land befpr* tfcay bur; drawamdistrtci "ot whlchi j'
t'-' If ,twenty year to; ,th* age of the oldest .the recently: formed Kissimmee Citrus per ] Otl Kansas- -does- hot-l-'eonatda: , Mr Xodlani,le.* dps' :
c ,; -child; for,,thos* who, .refused werfl. ,all Grower 'Association;which i* affiliated .capita'Indebtedness7 and'St.-Johns of *'Uuhsborougb'Pin.llas had I Florida Jand,worth a amn,'*:was di*oJDi.eed PAHTIN'8. BARN,ANDAUT01'Ireofunknownorl ;.. : wUl'rtw modem rea "eI'0.
tnarried, ;' '' ;. "'* ; cpunUes 'commer ' 1"'ITbe. for the "" rv
; \JFiv with th.Florida of '
? . ro'f"" \ Cirrus Exchange, at the'meeting- the BUBN"J.AIft"8ATV..DAY''Ir.vr.L ;
'";:n- ? Tear ago there wa i"iio7W 'and;whlch bas,.leased ..>this. packing .not i been computed.a': The SUXJohn*,rial bodies In this city a* mor* or iced \ -t.-," J .' ,. .-.,,' ", n.o.o&a county .ro.dwb; ,thl t
,: i' place a*' 6t,-Cloud on the'map.. and to- house,for:the coming "&lOLl. ?,. county. . record..wve, destroyed by,: fire;; ,of a Jest lt was by no>mean a {joking ;r'I''.: /bat bilUvedto' road All. for concrete culvert construe*:C
;"dy that town show5 a' population'of ..The machinery consists of polisher, .: ;I'/AVpoitcard1; '.wa, 'received thl".week matter >On the other band''it is veryseriousZto :hav bwn started _rSpark. .de- lien Ad Mr; Lndlsnt'state*.that tb. +.' .
!V, ;: 1, 00. ,Inr thi* town1 there are enough sixers and other Ilk*'devices.-'Among : ::,; a::;great manydeniers. ::.ln tU'oJ'ecI"th-:.barn'of' Btonnr PaJr; (>*t wIQbe'.modern' ;: ln':>*venrf particular. .r#
; ; houses''for a. population of .OO9.'but the,machinery;also,1* .. nailing..ma- .by Edgar and Howard Kat* from John Florida:'land and mighty, .. : becomcv. .. .mon.. hi* farm n *ir! Wan'Lek. .t, '99 :per>cent'I of the>mala'' population chine,.th.ue. of'Which will liYe'the' M,:Townley: whowmbe'rememberedas : so at anjrtim/, .,.... >t !o. -;""- and\also;hies'automobile..;which drawn up by Mr:Ludlam:. % v W rV'PBESBYTEftlAN1 .

t'l..leompriaed\ menvover'65year. : : of" ag*. association< splendid facilities for assembling &vinoperat.d.a'drug' store at the ,,One tblng';;no Itis-.a., i of-G. .A. R/- 'veterans the packhff boxes;"" It U said Katz'1 corner a number!ofyeara'ago.. *share of impressing .... wa a nw one,"'only;"cnay ***eted, ; CHURCH ,"
''i. 1 and but'few" save children so:that'all that .this.,machine .with. one manor; 'Mr. Townley' mentioned-on.th* ;card with'hi* ',Idea *f PI1Y tI-! 'and.Ota 1I a Buick, bad. not The'attendaace at the Sunday' school
,:', ,, of.the house*' ar*'general]y,occupied boy,to operate.its,rill'doth.. *'work, of that'belied metJA. tA.t. *naer.' who the fact: that* "' J't by.only,two peoole, husband and wife. many men.-;, ?, 5." ". <' "' ,wa* for fourteen year V dark in the trial have;berthekHaKanaaadtti ; : i A Quantity of hay and other fad wa. was. 44 par cent greater than HJ'
r .... St. Cloud ta pwfaSHy on*'of.tb. moat *;Tb Cftru 100\ ..*I:Assoclati em Bow. Kate storev'!H..i* now livinr Seas *probabU,taat his >iapst i.irtsi" afFloridarland1a es.ssssed by;th* ........:' Th a* Mon Wa fa ..iaama in
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\'r-ttJ\UpIqu-.w inf"'aeadrted'ML represent.* merecrop liaCtw .Wrda'.*f Diego,j rhrh.'went torn foartean baOrely.oa
;U ,."tu for,:.t, .' ... _. I th* of tha county and:Ui 'outlook:: l an'ago and. Where.. :", b*'<__, Mr. ,what" ..b* .barjtsU.wry ..i.if .lad .taIWF.' "_ L. .= .
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;Evidently the people :n< ;"origin: of, tourist> business,:>toTlhia city; S tote Press Com meflt '>J .Sa.ill", ,

r {' .."H.... ..... exception to,the'rule,which' applies'to' which;the Coast_ ,Line,hopes tb make};oqe of .., .' ,
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"'.,.- tm V.r 4i..... Ef.0em.y s. ..l...-. Fta. simmee !and very' other city < ,According the main destination points for such travel. AboutlKiss, >Immee'. ;

',;* v':*r.HAIUU, 4Jii: H. a.,VAK* AONHW. Ow...... to*the' Herald 'Ihereiare;! : gosipV'there ,alAo. Shipping tatUe, by the. train loadto -

:, ''f, '"" ? '.- ...uo.' ...,....- .. .,JI..... The "llerald; say's;" * Newspapers do more for the upbuilding Texas, Kapsas, Nebraska a, and'.other I ,Osceola(has recently shipped""twen.
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. .t, .... ,. ............_"...._., . r 'There Are, many ;things --that are worse of :the, communityin which they, are published western pointsr,, now 'one of the I ty-five carjoad> of cattle i<>'Texas,.Thev "
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",4 t'f,'Ie 80PY'.OIIe Six: y.ir ---......-....'-...,."ir-"*., ''1og t.: than,dancing and card playing and, one of than any other agency/yet,Inhere ale' recognized: Florida lnduetrisL. Citrus I stock Industry In Florida''Is ..s.amlnC'irtpnt1c' '" .
,.".. IOttlhlltb--.. . ,; fruits to'.beat California, truck and falatk Times
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proportions
;"','. 1 : ; i, -.n..w. w. + !! them is the art of. gossiping and telling those 'who ..believe that, av' newspaper 1sJa,, l. .
;!1"V :_>U communication. ..o pt from our .utharlMd tales about 'your neighbors:; When you are convenience rath r-.than: .business. enter berries- in profusion:.of every kind, ,Herald..,. 4E1s.linmeeihipped,22
., 'Al'tir., 00rr.rpond.nta. must be Isrned by: the writer,, ; : corn and cotton and hogs,lumber, na 'J. ,-+-'" ')$
<-., :'r R.'eete4 matter will not b.lyt.rn.d unl.w oall.4'rl dancing or playing, 'cardM'you have no time prise,which Is titled,to support.; Listen val'stores" ;: and"'phosphates'end, now 'more"' .I .{$J.
+ > '**..-.. '. .' .' 'Ther some r if *. : carloads
to'gossip. are this to this
- ?, peopletin, : '
1 Cattle ly? .the:wholesale! to help out the I of cattle on the 10th. -They went' ,
l t '/7', (Kntmd In..tb""Ptotftoe,1QIKJII'I"' ;/ lmra..,'Florida. town "thatwill go stralght down;' to 'the The :>ditpr-.of" a Kentucky weekly .some big cattle states of the West!I."And in to Houston Tex -Live,(Oak_ Democrat

'. \\ti.\, \i-/; .econcl-claa. |aattr. , other place that inconsiderably warmer time ago receiycd>this letter: "Please) send some respects greatest bf all, a :winter I., -+-:.. ,

? '> ,,\: r I''IUDAij ,AUGUST 2T, 1915. than this when they.i1Je. :Not because,they me a: few copies of the .paper containing climate the best ,beyond comparison A letter' from' the 'Osceola I ,'convict'

,. ::1V- have danced or played cards, 0, no. Hut the obituary,of my aunt. Also publish the on the continent thAt is bringing us;j' camp say 4 that the,guard killed a'" rattlesnake -'' ?.;, ,'

'; J F 'OLISIt: SPARROW W PEST because they have deliberately ruined a enclosed clipping of the marriage of my tourists and permanent citizens in Increasing 9,feet 10 Inches in lengtby'and

Y'Y'f ,;., Florida cities woman's character'in gossiping, broke up !neice, who liven in Lebanon and 'I wish numbers everyyear from the fourteen other small cries. The,state;
number of have started '
A a'family in gossiping( ruined a man's business !- you would mention in your local column, best classes of 'the older states. What papers'are telling of a six foot. l-attlerv
r I$; da war on the English sparrow' and among iii a wonder, state,-is Florida! And only I They will please keep quiet. We had'
perhaps, gossiping.. And yet their if it does-not cost anything, that I ]have ;
.i them Sanford has taken the lead. The, ,
in the of her
yet early -state development 8 foot or'so aMtel'J
( tongues wag and there is no way to stop two calves for Male. As my subscription an 'one a year ago ,
a ,Seminole connty'cap f.a1 is going at the I We simply beat the world. '
proud of it. We now hang our head
it more's the pity.CATTLE311 is out please pnper. Times are 1
stop .my ,
; 'eradication of the "Iarrowwith a venge '' Lakeland News. I in shame. Our correspondent not' <
"" "" "**" : --! too bad to waste money on
'1'ante.' ., The Boy Scouts have been enlistedin newspapers. -o- in it with the convict camp writer.
r"'. the campaign and prizes are being offered :N' SHOULD ORGANIZE Biblical Recorder, Raleigh, N. C. .We snoU that a guard of the Madison Live Oak Democrat. .\ '

'., the boys by the merchants of the city -. -- chain gang was hit on the head .--0.,. fps
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AVe ]have had much Fred M. Allen, who for six has with an axe by a negro whom he b
-l"" for killing fl. certain number of the birds. to say at various years "Two thousand head of cattle' off ,
., .' ,Jt would be::well if the fight were takeu up times upon the need of an organization of been city editor of the,St. Augustine Record had ust finished beating. Without the prairies of Osceola county'will go .. '.. '
knowing anything of the demeritsof
'" '.1 :"l.. by Kissimmee.t. / .. the cattlemen of Florida to promote the interests has resigned his position and will be this north to the Cudahy: packing: company i (.
case we are of the opinion
of stock raising in this state. Anent associated with Joe Hugh Reese in the pub- at Kansas City, from Kissimmee next d
,; ,.' Speaking of the sparrow, the Estero that the methods of handling our "
this subject the Orlando Reporter-Star: lication of the Reporter-Star in our neighboring week, remark. Klsslmmeee ValeIcy
convicts is '
terribly In '
Eagle says: : city of Orlando. We welcome Mr. wrong manyof Gazette. "These cattle will go lit '

The English sparrow is a dirty little says We notice that Mr. George :M. Chapin, Allen to this community and bespeak!! for and the brutality camps. never Brutality cured I.anything-common two'trainloads and are said: *o have 'q'
Ite builds his around the door brought a good figure." Almost ' r v
pest, nest Davies 'him the hearty co-operation of the citizens everyday
press agent, and,Mr.,. Warfield, rail but ever inspires more brutality. The
and window casings, awnings, cornices road man and financier, are thinking of ,pf Orange county. They will .find in him convict camps of Florida are a-di.- Florida cattle are being shipped \
north and !
anywhere he can find a crevice--and as a holding a cattle convention somewhere in an earnest, hard-working, capable news- grace to the state.-Sarasota Sun. weft. This section of the
e: sidewalks country II now being depended on for r ,
reswt'one' porches, doorways and south} Florida. This seems to be a rather paper man, and when we say that, we real a considerable "amount of stock and
; are continually littered with the said "mouthful." Did you ever think of what perfect
; ize that have a
rubbish from his nest. His good suggestion, and the gentlemen in we conditions will exist when all the the business seems to be growing: f' 4
'' ever-falling question deserve praise for thinking it up, : :- Florida There is no reasono 9deggays&sNupThere /
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'. waste places in have been ;
d chief feeding : tis never so happy when scratching away that the "land in Florida is not worth i
Jtt r. } up in the movement if we are to have a a When there shall be built perfect canals offers such inducement to the stock
*R jjin: manure or other filth, but he also frequently cattle nien's convention. damn." We will pardon his attempt to be which will be constructed In a raiser and there are still tens of thousands '

r'/"- ; plays havoc In the garden'and or- Osceola county hag attracted more attention 'profane, but we cannot overlook his erroneous manner to withstand the storms T of acres of fine grazing lands,, '

'.chard aa-well. 'He has not even the gift as a cattle county than any otherin ideas. With Willis Powell, of the When all the waterway. shall be lined upon which to feed cattle. Florid*. "

j. *of.,song-,:.but converses continually in a Florida, yet when d magazine'of coun- Clearwater Bun, we are surprised that the with concrete walla-when all the Times-Union. ,1,., t to

': '.;, ;shrill' , and, unmusical' "squeech, squeech," try-wide circulation recently sent a staff esteemed attorney should go 2,000 milesto shores of the lakes shall be lined with ......o..OOOOO..O.. ...

fir 't>that is decidedly grating tb the ear, and writer to Florida to prepare an article! on find something to "damn" when thereis homes? When there shall be no mosquito o

"'very monotonous. He is most quarrelsome the cattle industry and possibilities he so much he might have profaned nearer breeding-places when ev- o TILE STRONG MAN -

,' : '.and aggressive, and in time will drive practically failed to get the color of Osceola soil on home. Because he found some dishonest ery disease-breeding fly shall have 4 By Dr. J.-Y. Porter .o.
" > bird from the been destroyed before its birth T '
3 every long country.If his number tens, and wrote his article from land dealers in Florida the distinguished State Health- Officer. O i'|
When it shall
be
'' to
'he has any redeeming traits, such as would have the world believe that possible reach all 4 O
: lawyer
; the cattle-pen atmosphere of a club room the thousands of tracts of welltilledand ...000.000.000000.0.00.... *
'' ,'the.eating of noxious weed seeds, or the all Florida is worthless. Such reasoningas
in Tampa, or so it might appear from the productive areas by roads over The best life-insurance ii intelli-
), 'killing'of,harmful insects, we have yet to lack of information that he got into'his this is what makes pessimists!! and cynics. which 'twill be but a pleasure to gent watchfulness, but even this does' 4 '

,;learn ofit, cattle yarn. Deliver us from both. travel? One needn't die then in orderto not take from the value of the kind we t,'
'' pay premiums to secure.
v : Therefore, 'we.say with the Lakeland Some, years ago a cattle men's association : :- get to heaven-it will be with him Of course, sickness comes to mostof

'$ r. "*Star swat the,English sparrow, and swat was organized in Jacksonville withS. According to Southeast Livestock, pub right here-and al thoughts of hell us sooner or later in Spite of all pre- t

ksPtl }ling hard, for there never was a greater II. Gaitskill, Z. C. Chambliss and other lished at Columbus, Ga., Florida cattle shall have faded away like a dream caution, and death is the certain' end -

(k'pest.!, ,He is th'ow: r t little pirate bird in well known cattle authorities occupying brought better prices in the open market that is forgotten.-Palm Beach Post. that none can escape. f t

# all"creation: and should be shot on sight in St. Louis where cattle from all parts of -+- Every normally healthy man has
places on the official board, but though in- The cotton of this the firmest faith in his star, or his. y
wherever found.: the country 'are sold than they usually] growers countrycan luck, that It will him
( . terest has been growing right along, the organization sendT; )hereafter, bring unscathed
no cotton to
Germany
:, .. -....- has for years been inactive. bring 'when sold direct to packing houses.It Austria-Hungary or Turkey, alike.through His the faith dangers is that beset all
as strengthened by
'F.l: 1DINaE1i!0 PiA.N SYSPAPER The cattle men should organize, and this is a significant Tact and one that shouldresultin the allies have decided that the staple his experiences which have brought

." ,,,' is-a gratuitous tip to those interested. The further improvement of our stock will in future be treated as contra him few or no lapses from the vigor .

'' ..B.E Kelley,;ono of the elders in the imperial initiative should come from the center of that the cattle men who had started improving band. Their fleets, control l the seas that continued-has made activity his, life whether, so far mental, one or of

,, i council 'tof ,li ansas',journalism and the industry itself] and let the railroad men their stock were paid a premium and will permit no cotton to reach physical, or both. He has little patience '

d ,;edit6r'Of, tho,T ronto* Republican; recently andthe, press agents be the invited guests for their cattle over those who had madeno the enemy countries. Then they should with the constant complainings,

'. .t"' or."('printed:the .following for the' people of his .and not the promoters. step in advancing the breed of their cotton arrange not, in some way, .to buy all the of splendid others,health and 'from, it is his difficult viewpoint to entertain of-- '' '
'. . needed for the home market
stock.
:- .;. :communityi: jvfy . as valid any excuses that are
\ } very.,K'cek'the(raper.-thle paper or any, MONEY. /AKJ.NG AFTER! THE WAR -: :- and by Japan and the East:: India offered by' such complainers. ,.'\
;,I>''<-" i Elsewhere, we are: printing ,a statementtrom'thotcenbus countries.-Volusia County. Record.SenatorNatBryan .: It is 'doubtless true that most,,' or #
( y'ethel-l errors and there %: ThatfjFioridaTiiaval-stores, and lumber "
000- many, of our physical. ill., afa largely ..
:: ,('sV:, alwayp'Somoouo'rendy'to'; laugh mirth\ will l>o the means of bring ngvast, wealth ,, 'department! ,of the'tt. S.Gotferuinent'NHowing .. !: says whenthe imaginary. matters of habit 'or of '(.

': esriy!""over '1t,' ,'hold.) ..the. paper, up tot Into.,,the state! <<:_ Jter'' tha'great; ),II'European : 'the, 'pcr'capita indebtedness people ,of: Floridahear"' him 'make' a peramenlal laiiness.' .They l1nd'are, frequently indulged are tern. ''h
because
." \ \ :;Seorn and say a;"blacktidth'coulil' do a':bet. war is ended, is .thex statement of W D. of the various Ftorida'.co1lutics, speech they! can.rest"assured:that'is the would-be sufferer ha. no-urgent' ,
: tM :,ter job 'with .both' hands.'tied 1 and prpa'ced Manley, president of the Bankers',Financing It is not/difficult to'note that the'Counties his'speech, and not Henry Grady'g or ocupation, or' because he, or she,, can' -
f : which are going ahead are those which have "Bob" Taylor's. afford it financially. With such perV I' ,
r ', \{ito'bawloutthe'editor.publicly., \ :, : An'd the Company, of Atlanta, in an interview r -Tampa Times. the o r1
sons busy, vigorous
man has rof1' a
; assumed indebtedness to do It is
an so. -1---
,.:/; :leditor> i lg'neek' .in: spirit and lowl ,' given out at Jacksonville recently. Y Facts and figures aympatny, and often he may include

< ': . 5 grins:a sUn.-grin it lit!))iked"it, because heJuiows'Mhe'titter This' is encouraging < to Florida people. the slow-going, self-satisfied} counties of disprove to a large recently extent the assembled of in have his classification some who-honestly.
cry
',{, 4e"'- \, ;,.futility .of explaining. The opinion of men'such as Mr. Manley is West Florida which have the lowest per hard times we have been a claim of such sympathy.
,' indebtedness and it is these hearing so Hut what are a few of the ,
.:' '':rhe.h.hB.goes; backfjtOjthe:; ; shop and bites a worthy of consideration and his words giveus capita same much about lately. Everything is improving -! that threaten the busy, vigorous menace man? ,
which little in the
;nail In .two ol:eats a.woolly worm to relieve all a hope that after all 'this horrible counties are doing cause and if prosperity is not here Pride goes before a fall, and the fall t

; ,-" his ,feelings;; and' finally wonders how his!! conflict will result in good for us. We all of progress.- something very much like it has ar II is inevitable to all, though often de wl
( ;'Would feel should he turn .-: :- rived. The earnings of layed. For such a man the matter of
k tormentors; i 4 deplore its awful consequences. \Ve feela railways, tele growing old As his
;c itl&; a 'point, out,he typographical er- deep sympathy for the peoples affected. Pinellas county don't believe in allowing ] phone and, telegraph companies are rather the realization hardest of the fact task that or

I; ..;rorSj-.sb.'to; ,peakj..in; the make-up of, the But, however much we must thus sympathize the calamity howler and war to stop increasing. Steel, coke coal and pig at fifty he has lost irretrievably some "'

S J ( ''Jiilarioud;ones;' 'Furriristance: lion. Jehu with the afflicted people, we can not the march of progress so'' far as it is con Iron find a ready market and the con- of the physical strength of twenty.
' 1 himself ccrh d. By a vote of 808 to 629 the peopleof supmtion of cotton is much in excess Florida has Home menaces for such "
; ;JW11in8: / ae.4: and"last Sunday forget that we, too, are suffering financially of what It this time a man thrt other t cooler climates do "
f' appealed 'at.?church?':with a patch of un- from this war. The East and West have that county have just voted a bond issueof Our was a year ago. not threaten. There is need for him

'shayen'whiskers under,the angle of his.jaw their benefits from the war even now in $T15000; to build a system of hard-sur ing and crops there reports is are most encourab- of rest, or vacation from the urgent. t"4'

jthe.size\of;a,grown, man's' thumb; Sis Stig the sale of provisions I and munitions of faced ,roads. Everywhere in Florida the throughout the country.a better Optimism feeling is few pressing! of :this duties. kind of his of life.men And men ho to* '.1.'

gins,hadhcr,hat 'on'crooked'at.nd tile shoetring war,. but we'of the South feej the resultsof good roads: } movement is going ahead and prevailing at the present time.-Polk whom the pero consciousness-of living? ''I t

': !! : bn'het; switch' showed.through what the conflict most keenly. :Within' a few short years the peninsular County Record. and being able to do things ii a joy- 4 I\;" \'

';a$ .h little_ 1'.hair,shp:has left., ':the underskirt It'then behooves us to take some crumbof stdte'ttt the present rate will have the most -+'- the know idea how is to suggested rest. They that laugh they when ,

c f4 :of the belle pf the-village'hung on ohe side comfort; ; from statements, such as this", perfect< network of,good roads of any state Bob Holly of the Sanford Herald, beyond the teach of'business 'respon-go.... r

It) aifull, .,.inch,below'thq' bottom of, her dress; everi: if we do appear to.be.commercializing in the union. has been agitating- for a "staV-Rt..-. --. and sibilities. beyond the reach of mail '

n' ,Amin. ,'; T66tSone"; Jour' best known' city the misfortune of others.We. - -- home movement., Don't see that itrequires a time telegraph, their real wires burdens., and forget, for-

' ', gents.,.walked down::the;aisle':with a long will be glad to see the war end for A trite 'saying illustrating the value of any movement to stay at Inevitably the long con.tnuedheat
does it
1 :$j-atelirig hanging'to1')his'coat'tail; Old E1> two reasons then=one humanitarian and advertising is that of Andrew: Lang, which home BobT-+--Estero Eagle. 01 rarely a Horida excessive summer, although, is" ..i,, ''

'i "en.ez Stone; had blacked;'the:front' .com- the'other:; a;| selfish commercial reason Butsurelywe reads something like this : The Duval county commissioners The'need for most, "gets busy on Floridian.our nerves.Is

Si partment of,'bis'Bh0 8v'until, he could,,see -'of the" South :who have borne "When a gose lays an egg," said Mr. are again In trouble. The Jacksonville a bit of cold, touch of invigorating t

!Ma reflection In them, ,while his'aho _heels the.bront,of the losses'which:',have resulted Lang,.'"she just waddles off as if she was politician. are evidehtly as crooked as frost higher in elevation some northern of state ir in the. f

,,' hatd'tlOt: 'had (treatment :since,''h \bought from the conflict can, not.be blamed for ashamed of it :because she is a goose. the high financiers of that city, but there are other eoutherp'ptates.But 'danger the

-.' ;.theinlast',: ,; summer' ,'year;'ago,''_and,.they this'latter'yiewpoint. : 'I When 'a hen lays an egg- -ah, she calls they are not quite so successful In little things that at most 'are 'mere, s

,bore traces of the odOr of a barnyard; Billy ,K". ;i- _. calls heaven and earth to witness it! The getting to Cuba ere their graft is. dir temporary inconveniences? :forgotten \ .

a ,'' vr''''' vJB/'T;;' ainni: ;;who: ,ordinarily* ;doesn't!' 'give --Bearing put'the apt 'statement made by many hen is.::a natural-horny\ advertiser. Hence: covered.",.-Palatka Times-Herald.. when shower they that are drenches'passed.The. 'man' sudden caught
'' for; and doesn't of the state thatFlorida'will: '' her I' the demand for hens' exceeds the demand -+- ; 1
', three whoops> ,anything enjoy ; eggs away from shelter, leaves it;hark, un-,
b'4 .. '::mare who knows it,blushed a rosy'red when) greatest tourist'>ear next'winter Is the'announcement ., ,for
fr ,walking with',,his best girl, heproduced; ( :of.'the.plans,of the Atlantic the, business.., she. can attend,to-" a la mode editor: In, and he will serve It in umbrella a.'effem1mIte.a, and some mea disdain&H" an 1,
,' ;washrag:from pocket/instead: : of ''hie: CoastLine':railroad.to'.put'on through '" I-- case you do not happen '
,, ,. a to meet Mm, call at the office Excessive drinking :even-cVwater: '
4y'"" '- )handkercher: ;': Miss:. Peachie";Peacherinoi; train from; Washington'to.Tampa.; ,. Speaking .'The'Germanahad'better: ask Dixie, the the'maD., You will be helping to or make use especially when it I. la-cold: 1* harm k.

\ ,icewho'is' '1 ri in'' thirty-flve'andheareiglited:; of,this,train the.Tampa' .Times says; tT'" Jacksonville ;'desist in its supportof.'their your town paperrof greater '' ful wallows to the.digestloiurKJiilphurin.big Is less '' 9jc; ,, "\

; i t' ''Watte-t- a'Jkl ..':.W;a/tra'VeUng'man( ': [getting ,The,Atlantic'Coast:Line',railroad: .Is con* ; ,cause.,>,-Dixie.raised its voice Jot: and thereby serve the Inte..t'I'- orbing the liquid atlafying slowly! ?>And than in ab ::? '';
t'k: + '*'>on''thetrain"uuderthe'ilnpression'tIIat::' ; '' ittI isidering the feasibility' 'Inaugurating Becker* ,Hei''.dioo'."'in ';the electrfq ;'chainDixie : m1D lt7. Whatever new may interestyou choice of drinks water properly the:1'1 wtl

'" **SreJilier7brpther!;; ; ,:''who.: .:departed'; romfour\, -"Washington''txv:-Tampa, train''service ;argued: :.for'Frank:> lie'was:! hung)by ,'mast interest other Editors of of U far fe1lfttabt'pret'araUol1.lo preferable, ,to the Urge: .' :.; _a

':' ,x 'r - ';of,,the (eamOommwi'carrier;, 'As: the: the'Comh1g winter. Rumors' ,. believed a.mobl; Now: Dixie says.that.,the;Germans: n w.paper. are not'mind readers, and sweetened to sot/ theT:- .taakot ,And are,'t 5 I

\ 'e.? ....r @marksyveare'aU'poor:crittersTand; ; .to',bejrell'founded, are that.the:train:wil can't' ,be beaten; and that there jb3 every rea. cannot be everywhere at onc u-Titusvm..AdTocaU though 1.,littie;;i ptedat: d'sweet' I II.

: :' 1,:. ... ,, "i'I ,to"'error* of:make-up :eyed,as, the 'be .operated ,commencing 'ea lybithe': season son ,to''',believe .that" ';the: ',Teuton:;will- >:'be'the. : ..,.., : a .on than lii thirst-creating.strong salty onl solutions.,. .in:less jdegfee"" ' ,a ,
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,\, \" ''j upward;,and all'good.and,true : an&;,that/:this; railroad will /,make, ,a ,Vict01's' \ f 'The' I ,,'The:thing that threaten perfcE', ;
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''' : ,: and ever.l ibid', for. tourist traffic .... -;_ 7,j.. , nkTera health;that .. '
: 4-" 4 of impaling thofktt atrongertha; > ; ;: se :"'M*,,"our aceounhIsoer. ef tha'!-trong a\well; a -

';1 ........ harpoon, get good'and evenswill It Is> :.believed suchtraili'coulil'vover: : 'ihedistance'frorvWashington I' *?Lake county has: ''bJgiii: 'to''spenid;a"ha l 4rawn." '"What does that mead: Pa?" He the;.e.cape.lont weak, are around at"'WbO./te..tlng us'constantly: ; ,iA'J,'

' ..... again(next"ive"irlmile,his : here in.lees than million.dollars: torgood ,roadslv .Thatanjowit -Simply for 913 \hie: You>. .written ,checks Power'1* .trongest."batral)
.., . ,1rIaeuhe1. 'pTjbllcly,roastedthai. thirty ..hours; probably; :.twenty-seven 'or.' was.voted in bonds at a' scent eleo; bank."; "'more Ideal money BW than would was in the eventually the .victims/'even I-1. '

r.. .' '.' An'edItglrhasn't: twenty-eght'nnd: :' the"running" 'titD :might]tion' and ;:: he';',;-ot'k\ot,; building; the{')hJgh the bank'twth%, find,another one break to do by-old the wearing age,that out of the legman, last.-machine'.,No't.

.. ,That'dwhyhe: ; ; (aa even;'?be;cut;;below, thi u< This Voul give ways.)iials pea; eta' >rted,, ;iJ.et'the'good'work: I businee.tfc uaa. :, of ,dollar I '. >P*>' ed I they'had one, however: robuatd conqu..ra.t can''sfford to. : '"
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F. DA1'. AUGUST !t. ItlS t t'q Tit EISsUMMII VAlrllY CAlfcfTI 4ykmFAKE ryA
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win.isndaBy grapefruit cargoes,'for of foreign ltnw fruSs mar* . ; ,. ... .' ',; 'II" "

: ARGUMENTS EORMERCHANTgl late and still."- the: pessimist. h erto, "0""" 'MrsvVaa:( Dwesener, of TWri /
p.od..Ji-a>>
..,. .. ,There*never'is'more' tod.* is buiUHng a bane tn.the ... ,;
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town. She is
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; ('0' time a
v. for";,.the owner of land.to improve ?
Tbat.tb: ,''atanyK; fake .mail ,order of'thLhigbeet.ordeCca4'make: thorn: it'than, tightnow.i' Labor'is;'; cneap, Mrs.Mrs: Geile;J.fc.;.Bawls,> : and;: )MtUe'so, '- 8E ,
schemes discovered by: the pozW auf Thee .was, the'case'. theothe..' day of larut ,,ean b'deored for lea* monoy viiritlrg Winter Haven
;thorities-are good-.rcumeDta in favor the president of a "fakecollege out per aero than at any time during. Gree.j, in.' L .and'. \ 7 .
.' :ar.trading;wIth ,the home;merchants In 'Ohio who worked as e'day laborerIn past twenty "!yeah owing:tot, tee ,U. $., Martin"-has, secured :the ; '
TD 's.ltit..t', of an: excellent editorial on. of the'mills of the city (Alliance abundance oflabor mad available by>> vices- '
Jn;;th. Florida 'Metropolis. Th. .edi. ) during the day time and operated the practical suspension of,, the phosphate of,Mr Bispham' Tampa in : :
bakery A full, lino of HAVE !
''torlalts.as followsThere :', ' ; his "college", 1I.8lde line,, the lumber and naval stores tndustries .. '',cookies rolls, IT
cakes and has
I, .... it an old saying that "a suck. scheme being. to give'' instruction, *the result of the European 'wary added to the baked pastry turned }
1 '/cat:?if.1',I. .born every minute." If AlfrtMi correspondence ,The Instruction consisted Nursery-tree ar* cheaper this year, ; goods
:: i Sidney Burleson; postmaster general, of tolling the,'victim, to buy a owing to, increased production ,of'the\ An addition. -the bakery will" .\.. /
were'asked.hi* private and ''confid.n. certain ,book .and to :>*ad with 4 flgene. -. .major nurseries. of the state. *' I guilt...at. U.once., R.. Mosnat, (s'visiting ; : ,.
tial opinion; bowever 'he- probablymould .;: There U. little doubt but, that the, the M..AW Waldo lbir '..-a. <,
home la Bartow .
ware aa.p'.11
: ear that this estimate is too The ,medical fakirs 'are smong'lb.most man with a vision will take advantageof .
,conservative and that the sucker birthrate .. ' prosperous and. 'active -of, themall. the situation and not lose more tlmpncrastinUng'to a Judge f.'da.L of DUon. Ills,,.is { '' apsdsIy.1" 'r' aaHMsag '....' .. aaW
l is, at least two a minute. ,.Relying upon'the fact that persona see what the future to look over and other \
It was the late P.. .T, Barnura whosaid who: are despondent because of: holds Iii store. :The man without here grove '. that :"tho Am.ricanpeople want. at newand vision will,never profit front citrus erty'' '
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iU.healthU, grasp every i The week"of revival meetings '
I :; to be humbugged.? On that proposition :: easy mean. promised them of restoring invostment,,'.for he,will not be able to ducted, by JJev.'Clem here, have ( : ; tiJre, .Dining
PostmasterGeneral Burlesonno their health,, i these ,.fakirs .have discount' the future four or- five yearsand with good succew.Th..wor ; '
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doubt is in !accord. I I'r" muster enough to take very i ; Outfit Par
\'it. perfect < '- heaped a huge harvest. V up courage of Hearing I the' right
The Postof fie Department chargI the Initial step? The wise land owner ,

.JJ.'.. ''eel' with' the'responsibility of I.rret-I ;Correep have beenput.ndon'ee' schools1 under the'inatrac.Lion' b&n.in In Florida will grasp the situation and I|elertric way.two light*hundred'and power feet wide line has for! : : .Chairs '" R.O :IiI n .
his ,
Ing out fraudulent scheme that Improve holdings 'and make, the .. ., . -
did red northward this far' -
One large All !
some cases. concern ; '
by making. of the :United States foundation for future wealth while the "
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business farmers throughout the for a .trip.of; 200 feet wide are : ; :
malls. WUlIam"'H. Lamar< 8011c1tol'for pessimist stands Idly by, wondering if .
that it could cut'down.o to avoid ant
advertised
as
the Postof flee. Department, tot COUDt1'7''YJt the grapefruit market next will .t
year ,
'them with all kinds of Information to the high! tension line In
provide him power 1
direct this work and cost of
charge of production. Orangeshod
t, cooperating
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and future. that
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the
expected the..
'J with him Is a largo and train. regarding/ growing be planted in part but grapefruit lacard i.'iiaa11,1i '.... Iww''"if
will be In within
marketing of,crops and that It,would rent use two .
eliminated.
!.8 fore of postofnc inspectors.: rsbould Toot' be In '
The crop of sucker 1* perennial and attend' "to' the marketing "of.the. crops, fact at least one-hclf of any commercial .. A number' buildings her are.to. *.: Caaai sad, \ .r psieaiata'" ,.
k also.,' VSocalled shouldbe: 'included of wired for .1ectrlc'lIcht.. The
? every new scheme' devised separate :( planting;
hero alroadf has electric light !
: "tax-adjustment bureaus" an
1v J", the gullabl from'theirs money seems this variety. .
r ,. ''to prosper like a green bay tree until have been placed under the ban by the Lot Lb..pessimist as7 what he will of its.own' but.it may connect 4 ,
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the circuit and its
r + the postmaster general nip It >n'the department!t These :bureaus ..havemade.it about the industry Is.a significantfact new .- use
bud by isiuing a fraud order', By theterm a practice to get in touch withowners that !,fat this,time i independentgrower outfit also ;been for pumping-proposed water tha t1 only.street* 'It :ENGINEHIS: : '

"fraud order" is meant an order of property who do not residein are offering in some part of be in ,soonlas .. .. . ., . ,.
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put as possible. _
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1 denying to the concern the us* of the the sam cities In which the property South Florida from 91 to $1.60 per box -'II' ", -'' "
doubt the board of trade will tak. :&
: c 'midi When a';:fraud order Is issued is located. They offer.to act as on the tree foot grapefruit' for;; next Ea Lees-.r'
before'10111r..! yai Caa
i, i. the postmaster of the town where the agents, to keep up the taxes and per season's. shipment ,When the mode.pgndent'buyer. that matter Is' e. jiaa fleecy
fakir livedis notified toconfiscate his form other services for pay, and fall' (the speculator) offer ,coat .fasten only;above the w *-*. hav* a.a.yy.IIM Tli 'y-

r mail,and to withhold>ny other' mill entirely to perform-' these services. this, those *familiar with the-Industry and show decided buttons. High 'I"I: .. ;. JI----. '-";, a....
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'addressed to the person or concern Investment! companies which promise know they may expect much higher lars'are usurping the place of the ............, '... at IiIA. uS
"' 'that I. put under the.ban. It i. seldom to make big returns on investmentsin prices to-prevalL" Th. 'wise f grower ing 'collar,.and .they, figure/also
that the issuance of fraud will hold his fruit Join the Florida Citrus ... laawMtasi .af' ...... salt
: a order stock or grains for their customers .. blou....'! .Many have-the material .
.puts' s, quietus on. a swindler of also have been investigated and denied Exchange' put' his crop' through away beneath the chin, and this ... : ...;....ya .* irrie..rs'ltlbla;:
a this however. He shifts his lo the use of the mails. that-wonderful marketing medium. and a1' more youthful appearance than la..r. U< .....
cation-changes his scheme a- little, have written to these, companies for will aa usual profit most" 5'v. all-around collar.* Coat collars "," ..
opens a new office fend soon has as big their profits on onMnvestment. ,. hare It Is comforting to know there ar* lowered,in'many models but a..ro1' : ,
string of "customers' as ever. Th. some things-"the pessimist cannot say '
a "felloff" erg by no means .abandoned., i .J' .J<
informed that the market
postmaster general has Issued .. many been about this Indl1.t1'7'A' few indisput
,. as 'a'half dozen fraud order fcgainst and! that there were no profits. abl.factsare; : 'A. ;,crop failure hat Turkish women:are to be, l dware :Co ; t
the same individual. The moral of all this is: Watch the never been known.' -Acre for acre, citrus among the most industrious Company
(The ingenuity displayed In 'swindling advertising columns of your hom.Jew.paper fruit growing is the most profitable the world. They make jcarpets. : . .
.I if directed to legitimatechannels "line of endeavor of all other lines ". J
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people and patronise the adver for doors, ,work. bay., .horse, ':'ti ,
make millionaires of horticulture agriculture. It i '
would a cropof or a blankets etc. ,
but the con.tltutlonal.crookI' tisers. You not only thus encourage clean, healthy, happy business.. The
4would rather lead the existence of a home industry but you keep your citrus grower produces something . . .
'>'1 bunko trust than to get rick by legitu I money circulating where it will do the from the soil therefore he Is a builder days of unrivalled, pleasure and .
and buUder Is valuable citizen to
a
ri. / mate means.The most for yourself and family terestThe; .
good your
? schemes devised to prey upon I any state or community. second party ?is larger than' :

f b'k.; ;, the public are as varied as ingenuity and friends. - - -, " _... .TOURING THE\ WEST WITH THE. first and is making a longer tour. 1: At .
SOUTHERN WOMAN'S MAGA., number this time baa gone up to r :
ZINE.. ladies from all over.the south: : .. : a
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} a beautiful luncheon at the Hotel "
The of the Pessimist When the Southern Woman's Magagtne's -. mitage at which the staff tit the : : TURNt': >
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lIt' ( second party of tourist .left sine was gathered full fores to "
u.i Nashville a-twenty-one day trip them God speed, the traveler : :: : : BTH
Reprinted Through the Courtesy of the Florida Grower through the wonders, of the great Nashville on the night of August , ,''
/ . ._ West, women all over the south began to be gone for twenty-one days.;; ; :YXA.r 'f' \
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...q"-: : : !! 9,9.V.. ... ... ... .. VT..T.T..T..T..T : to realize that something worth while The October party-will leave. : a
was being done for them and.inqulrie ville October twelfthand will ., '
I Suppose the wheat er corn growersof tiers of the westT Companyour cotton I : : : ,LINE
in the period of and COAST
i the-weit should abandon crops or any-other line of agriculture came pouring to magazine for twenty-four days I> .
thellant- information about the third tour which tour more elaborate than aoy< :
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and the evidence in the '
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In& "of because of casej : : / .SOtJTH
trope clearly gives tha .verdict is.the optimist i* scheduled for October. The 'plan of viously"",attempted by the && OFITHK:: ;
low -
and the attendant prices.
i It will embrace (
these tours is simple and,le proving Chicago Denver
who in
bat faith
Suppose the cotton growers of the future an ever abiding a very substantial (benefit to all'con rado Springs Salt Lake City' '
south should discontinue the planting his the growth and development of cerug ? .".' Francisco Exposition, San Diego i : : ; t kisslm. tl24. PM
of this because condi-- The country writer of'this article'believesthe Each young-woman who makes the position'Loe.An..le... Grand, .
'tionu entirely .beyonJ. ,their control. -- box trip gives up the spare time of a few ElTasoandNew.Orleans.? '... ., '
caused one adverse season, tree dayof grapefruit$5-and'f6 has. passed per and on-the it isableeeing'to weeks in spedalwork for the---mag- vAIl epensesarepaid by-the- : .tot. September: 8th
.Suppose: the stockmen of the country ' sine and in return for this she is given ern Woman's' Magazine and.full' :
,. 'should 'suspend operations because of grower the of citrus industry.fruits The in Florida successful - the trip that is the dream, of'.every ticular .will-be Benton,, ,!>> '"Tequ.st v : g ,.$ik; ,...tlne

tbepresenceV of. the ''mouth and foot knows that grapefruit *''U per true American; for. this special \summer : Address ., ,' . : () .:., .- "
t d disease in'a certain' localitjr.of the box on the.s tree .is veritable gold with all expences paid. -The first SOUTHERN* 'WOMAN'S, I '
.:United States. mine. H* knows .they cost less to party oftouri.t.waa made up of thir- _'Nashvl leeTenn.' .

i "*" 'Suppose'th.jreat"manufactUrtng: : grow, :;picks(haul, and ship than- praiiges ty-one young women from in al}Nashville southernstates.'Theygathered cases'Old Sorts; Otter Rsmedles Peat : : l- onrJJ- W--A aeDt, or

'plants of our countryt should liquidate ; that grapefruit trees are more Taewontaa.e.omattererbowio' ....... : ; : a :CI D, D. P. A.
and close their door. because'.there prolific'and( seem\ Ie..'.subject to disease. June 8th and left that night on a special .r. erred by the .oad....... old ..!Jable. (JA{.j l' "
i', has been no demand, for their product .' .- ' train for California and the west, Pvrtn-i AotUepUo He lln( Oil. It ..11
p., "' ;fol'th..p..t'year..0, / \ "l' ". Florida grapefruit I'today recog.nlzed and back home.ag ii)..after twenty-one. !'ala."" pefcU .t u.e.,.mt OHM. 2So.3Uc, : I ,

.' '1Suppose..nthese+ and .thousand: in all markets as second to none.C.Ufofnia . .
{ "" and .x ever"other'suppositions..addVthe admit 'tbe.;.. riorityof. r. Y
I_; l' answer to bne is the answer to all. our' fruit.' Cuba Isle of. PinesV and CHEER UP
It would be'just' as musical the Porto Ric9 market their product much. .!
t.. ''N"'of the pessimist to suppose the earlier than' Flodda and if our >crop .. .' I Ill 11 rfj iniitcd 1Wvesaii''inceatlve
't{! grapefruit Industry otf -Florida had 'intelligently handled theirs is out 11 11 I l3il ,,
;,'*.;' gone 'to the ""bow-wows" because oft of the way. Thin ndw narrow the' That Tired Jrouchy Feeling '

., .Y low,prices pre.vaUin&Jor a portion"of territory'down to Florida as practically Means Lazy Liver. to look'j '
one .a.on. ,the only area in the United States 4 thoroughly" ihtb Iagt"i nutrition
-j'- ;: The cry'of over production of grapefruit where,the pomelo can be successfully' + P ,
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1. '.. Is-heard from some sources. by and profitably grown.. tan.'any -onewho LIV-VER-LAX will clear: you out, 'r AVI view*"to utilizirjg producta at hand to the very-N r
'c those who have, not studied the sltua4 has made a study of the situation and make you feel fine and dandy best purpose.' The result of 'pureffoxt alon ;thia Hne yie ''
t' boll, and have accepted last season's seriously ray this state can overproduce -i again.) .It is-just as effective as calomel ? ;
", WI! results as. a basis for this conclusion. with the sales territory being but has none of its well known 'Florideal
'i Was not the same cry heard,,.'ot constantly enlarged and the populationof I disagreeable after effects.. Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less Potash
' wheat when the west was developing the United States increasing taster LIV. ER-LAX eliminates poisons.cleanses '. .
r ;. so rapidly-and of corn T Did not the i' than the acreage is being planted in the system, and relieves constipation Jl is eo careltdly blended that Whew< landJa : ; ""'
\ "J pessimist there would be niore Florida T It is a known fact that there in a thorough 'but' plea.ant r KI>er w e jrfl j put.ii't-

't J. grain produced than_could be consumed 1 are hundreds yes, thousand of hamlets manner* A little taken,, regularly, againstagyfertilixermixtureofiambammonisandpp teat hoaphorioacidoon.'
: and that price would not throughout this country'of ours means consistent health and no doctor ; regatdleaa of prxautageof potash. Send forparticularaw '
bring .to the farmer the "eolt. of production Which have never yet seen, much leas hills. \ /
J : y T Compare prices for the past taa\ed. the grapefruit And then look Guarantee. Every bottle bearing : A loli &:'ToeierFertir, Ce:
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two'or three years with any similar at Europe." The writer ,hag had occa- the'likeness of LK Is
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t' ; Would;, he be enjoying the, harvest Europe within the pant ten years and in 60c.'and fl size bottle at Osceola -r" .. '

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,,, I',' w WW W W W WT w vwwvww-sjwwv vvvvv The following extract is worth read and in that time had endeared herselfto
: ing: TAX BOARD OF a host of friends who will miss her "WHISPERING BILL"SPEIR .

'' The Liquor Traffic an Enemy to the cheery, happy greeting and pleasant

) ,.. : i $ Society Notes People. -.John B. Lennon, Treasurer companionship. She was a woman PASSES AWAY
: t American Federation of Labor. STATE ASKS FOR AID who saw good in everyone and evil

; y. "Who can deny that the liquor traffic in none, whose greatest pleasure was
t is driving and women to work in ministering to others, in acts of, Bill" who
men Speir
Mattie "Whispering was
I ( Babe Harris,, Editor.
... ,I in factories, workshops and wash-tubs (Continued from page 1) charity in loving deeds in kind words.A I well known in Kissimmee and for that
who ought not to be there and boys true loyal friend and an earnest Central and South
: matter throughout
;;: ,1. Repeat.t ii Made all of. tH Gazette and girls into industrial life who sion are doing all in their power to worker in the church and W. R. C. as
I a: to patrons Valley to Had Item equalize the valuations among the Florida, died last Saturday at Lake-
health
I should be in the school or on the play- long as permitted. land. He had visited Kissimmee only
x "" : .; I,'' 'I .tit'tockty .TCBU. t. tko Editor for paUkatio isi gene cohnufer" ground? The liquor traffic tends to the several counties and the same For the last five years she fought a few weeks ago and appeared to be
t { ," . classes of property in the several bravely for life and as bravely met
' .,' ,'" ,'' decrease wages never to increase in the best of health. Speaking of
i \ ti : counties. They are, in a measure succeeding -
death when it come, conscious till the
: .>;, ", 'I'111M It It It I I > I t M a 6 > . 0 . .0. . . . . to. . 0 .'t l less them.skillful The use and of drives alcohol men makes to lower men but they need the supportand last few hours, then she slept peace his death The Lakeland Star said:
About noon yesterday a man who
t. :' wi I' > : assistance of the man most vital fully on August 12th at noon.
.F ,CELEBRATESBIRTHDAY CAMPING PARTYA scales of employment and reward. ly affected by unjust v.luation-the away is widely known throughout this sec
? ?: \ : ;' :; \ ;To celebraU his 7th Rich- jolly crowd composed of Mr. and Every cent spent in the liquor business -, that tion of the state as "Whispering Bill'
t. 'i s-further Mrs L. U. Zimmerman Misses is wasted. There is redeem- man pays. FRANCIS L. DE MANDEL DEAD
Ce no ,
",'It. ,ard..Jkmdentenained: jof We believe that if we had the cooperation Spier, died at his room in the Brown
\I" celia Overstreet, Nina Bratton Ella feature in the saloon. Go Mrs. J. M. Cochrane was called to
.' ,' :: friends last Friday afternoon ing anywhere of the who is now house on North Kentucky avenue.
. f in the lawn Mae Gilbert, Louise Thomason Corine where its influence is felt and man pay Tampa August 13th on account of the
% > t After laying games full share of taxes or more The immediate cause of his death was
'marehed'lnto Gilbert Mattie Belle Harris Messrs. the demoralization it brings. inahi. illnes of her grandson, Francis L. De
,\ d. j'\ aU the dining room you see than his full share of taxes, in getting internal hcmmorhage.
; .. :where ,dainty refreshments were serv-. Earle Cowger, Sam Lupfer, Earle The saloon is the enemy of the peo the tax books that property Mandel. Word was received of his Mr. Spier had lived in south Florida
rH placed on
., I'" ,d. 0' Morrow, Harper Casler are spending ple." that is escaping taxes and death Thursday morning August 19. for many years and was perhaps as
wholly
,'. .J \11': and' doll the week St. Cloud. The now He will be remembered by in
A:?dime;. a'nlckle a little camping getting equalized the valuations that many widely known as any other citizen of
"i' ; ... ''Were' In the birthday cake.whicb bore party are having a good time boating CO-OPERATIVE SUNDAY the tax rolls that the bur Kissimmee, where he resided some this section. lie was a traveling representative -
are now on
: seven lighted candles and on being cot and bathing in the lake. On accountof 1- SCHOOL WORK den of taxation would be much lighteron time and made many friends. of a leading nursery of
I; ,,'" .If ,. Annie Dunne'' found tho'dime, glaryNaa some misunderstanding about the all than it now is on those who pay. In Memoriam of Francis L. DeMandeL south Florida and was well equippedin
: t > ,: Is the. doll .and Clyde Harris the house it took the party some time to The Sunday school workers of the It is not in the of the assessors A rare presence has passed on into his knowledge of this particular
; :1 a.}. f t.t,, ". ;nlckie,, ;, -.- .. ; get located but at last they found a various churches of Kissimmee will the boards of power county commission the mysteries of the beyond. business.
,; ;: Those''joying'. tie'afternoon '[with comfortable .nlwe near Carlson's boat have a joint meeting the first Sunday the tax to severally Uncomplainingly unfalteringly} he The peculiar Cognomen by which he>
ers nor commission
:, ,:.w Richard. were: Francis-Dunne Annie hove in September. A session will be held or jointly bring about a just and performed his life tasks and earned was popularly known connected itself
J : 'iv; 'Dunne Dorothy Bullock;', Mary'.GU. -- . in the afternoon at the Presbyterian equal valuation of the property of the the respect of all who came in contact with the fact that his voice wad a
".bert"'Evaline Paulk.:.* Mary'" Nauglo, SEWINGCIRCLEMrs. church, and one at night at the Meth- state without the help of the tax pay- with him. His standards of integritywere very heavy one and that he always,
'yi 'Virginia Barber; Marjorle Naugle, ., J. J. ,Woodall delightfully entertained odist church. A strong program fs be- ers. To that end, the tax commissionhas of the highest.. He passed away talked in a high key, being readily-
"i AlKia Naugle, Bessie Smith, Geraldine the Ladies' Sewing Circle ing arranged and no doubt but that in mind to call a conference of confident' of the -.all-wise decrees of heard about the streets. He was often
"o, ,: :>.JobD8on.'. NeIll. Gilbert, -'Ruth \tEliza- Saturday afternoon at her home on this will be a meeting of great concern all classes of tax payers in the state God known to be in town before being "
:..Elinore OveretreetLuctie Royal street. Dainty refreshments of Rev. James H. Day, of Mulberry of Florida.to confer with the officers "Warm" summer sun seen, because his voice was heard for
'
." .; ; sandwiches' ;cake and punch were serv- ; will be the chief speaker of this who, have to do with the assessmentof Shine kindly here. great distances whenever he'talked.r ,' ;
". :Eustis Peaks, Preston eel 'Those-present'were! 'Mrs.'II.-N... : occasion."_ Our people. Should all"lend taxes, for the of discussing W.rm'.outh Wind Ho was a' man of kind and gentle;: '
Pratber. Harry Burt Bratton,Mrs. W,JL Winn, Mrs Pfann, a hand preparation for this meet the faults purpose in the laws and the ,Blow softly here. t feelings, generous to '.a fault and full, rH t a
"IBUtlel' present
Gilbert; Edgar Beeland; Mrs. McFhatter, ''Mrs."' Reese. Mrs. ing and help,to make it .effective for methods of dlscoverina-property arid Green sod Above* "<. . '( , of .ne milk of human Kindness '. JI'Ii\) ; ; \
.1; : ,- Emmett Ross Gilbert, Johnson, Mrs.. Bass; Mrs Frank Bass, good to 'all our. Sunday schools.' ,The of arriving;at-valuations,for assessment Lid light lie lights V, 'r ,"' .-1 Ilia.'dau g te I''*from Orlando; -whe v -\,
.
Singletary Joseph'Jef; MrI'Jack'' Bass,.Mrs..'Chapman' .: Mrs.Tpm.Woodall .' Sunday i school department of. the and of equalizing taxes and how Good night;dear heart., : he made .his home reached Lakeland '

Gilbert, Clyde Harris, :Arithur ,'.Mrs., Cohooiu. churches is of the utmost importanceand to correct these so that every dollar Good night, good night"A. last night and returned with the body
.r Donegan,Harry Arnold-William' these joint meetings to discuss the may bear its part of the taxes. Do E. C. for interment in the cemetery at Or-
Arnold,x Mrs,' Holmes Prather, c.V f. nWUI! Barber, Urs.'D--Gilbert; ,. Mr.. Miss Nina Bratton entertained the age the workers, are calculated to be you suggestions to maked concerning .OOOO OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO Gentry Undertaking company.
s 'W C;,Gilbert, Mrs'E..E Nauglo, Mrs. members of the Epworth League Sew very helpful. you any its Would you attend to as- REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ..0OOO -
\ ..,..W. IL,Arnold Miss Sue Watson, Miss ing Circle last Friday afternoon at the to O 06TllUl
sist us to get property owners O
t \a' I'etria.andMiss/Violet, ,. Gilbert. her refreshments! home on Brack of iced street tea and Delicious cake RESOLUTIONS, OF RESPECT attend ? Our idea is to make it annual ooooootO OOOOOOOO + V IAN CITY
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"J\ or bi-annual until we think there
ENTERTAINED IN OHIO were served. Those presenet were 'V tiereas, in His infinite wisdom and be further benefit derived from The following deeds were filed for 10GOO :
iI. ; can no OOOOOG OOOOO..OOO.
Misses Ella Mae Gilbert, Cecelia Over- justice it has been the will of our record with J. L. Overstreet clerk of
4\ ,. .,-b.'followinir item fromthe Ports- street Parah Clark Sarah Ma-
Clark it.Will the
Divine Master to take from us our the circuit court during past
'' confer with the other Mr. nd Mrs. Burr and
"' : you kindly family spent
Ohio Times will interest
t' -i mouth, ; many bel Overstreet, Orpha Rose Mattie hightly respected and dearly beloved week:
in line and other with friends at Campbell.
h 'r tax your Sunday
payers
;A ifriend'of the honorees in' Kissimmee! Belle Harris. John L. Moon et al to Jennie M-
; sister Mrs. O. C. Darling, and ,
> .lJin."Carl U.,1Iani. entertained classes of property and inform us Mr. and Mrs. James 'Bronson and
-.k- .. * "Whereas, in her death Sedgewick what their opinions are concerning the Holly.J. family were Sunday guests of Mr and
witha
Thursday, afternoon kenningVton GIVE THEATER PARTY Circle has lost one of its useful and Lawton Moon et al, to John L.
? Also ask that they Mrs Henry Overstreet.
suggestion ,
in honor of her Mrs. FloraBrands .
Hw. sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Farmer enter- active members Moon- '
.:
t ' writo letters to the Tax Commission Roll and Henry Overstreet have'rented
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and Miss .Abbie Harris of
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+ r -: Fla. The ,decorated tained With a theater party last Thursday Therefore, be it resolved that whilewe setting forth their ideas. Of course Southern Colonization Co. to FrankD. Mr. Thurman's place and expect
jsTiosimmrff, roomswere night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. bow in humble submission Strope.
with flowers and ferae.: At the"fjot we we cannot write to all tax payers; we to fence it in for pasture.W. .
.. .the-delightful'; afternoon de- Luther Farmer and Miss Mabel Mas- greatly deplore the loss we have sustained wish to reach As many as possible, S. S. Buzza et al, to F. E. Pearson. C. Scnsiba and wife spent Sun
: fruit, ices and cakes we..n'- see, of Marshalville, Ga., .who is visiting both-personally and as a circle and use this means. Andre Van der' Meersch to Gardnerand day wih Mr. and Mrs. Allen Abbott
relatives her let hear from at J. S. LamberLFannie of Kissimmee.Mrs. .
Kindly your
old friends us you
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list included -
Their guests were taken to see the Resolved, that as her body hal been earliest convenience, and oblige L. Bass to Essie B. Bass. Thomas Lamb was the guest
,,' \ )"rands rwho: follows formerly resid- "movies" at the Dixie Theater and consigned to Mother Earth we most Yours very truly, D. L. Rice et al, to Sidney W. For' recently o* her sister, Mrs. James
a. :
: refreshments. Those who enjoyed the humbly commend her spirit to Him TAX COMMISSION..0000'00tOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. ter. Bronson.
; lames O. D.,Donaldson;Charles besides the honor will cherishin W. Porter to E. F. Lockwood.
evening guests were who gave it and we ever Sidney i Mrs. Sullivan was the week-end
ck E A; of Sooto Fur.Charles
: McCall
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Misses Anne and Ines Carson Miss our memories the example of our Southern Colonization Co. to Ellen I of friends in Kissimmee.
..' Warner' oft; Jackson, Phyllis Jarrell, Mr. Steed ,Lee farrell, sister and tender her loved ones our W. Benson. guest Mrs. Albert Acree visitor on
i Krick was a
Charles ?;L"B'ComptonNinacplarettte' Marion Farmer and B. E. Evans sincere sympathy in the hour: of their 4 Lillian D. Field to William H. Field.
Mrs. James Bronson
..;,,....,. aughter, MarJoseph * bereavement as well as ours. Resolved DEATH OF MRS. DARLING 0O William H. Field to Otis L. Quitrley. Mr. Dawson the Friday. 0
( 'Carlln,; t ElmerKnost, I that of this tribute be furnished O F. S. Williams to Joel Butler. I was Sunday guest
MRS. a
f CARSON ENTERTAINSMrs. copy ) his .
of Mrs. Roll Overstreet.Mr.
5' Charlotte and Doris. Dupuy. ssssassssssssnsaflatsSSaIn . _ ._ _. Joel Butler td Nathan Judson et al. daughter,
the of lamented sister
': Potte" \ C. A. Carson entertained Informally I family our I -- ---- I and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba, Mrs.
i : ., Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. I and a copy be inscribed in ourminute J 1 The Ellsworth Trust Co. to F. S.
''. .. I regard to the death of Mrs. O. C. May Stockdale and Bert Dickerson
tf" t A it
) William H. Field to Otis L. Quigley.M. .
:" Carson Farmer and Mrs. Luther Farmer .. book also a copy to .the Darling, who baa spent the last live called on Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lester .
;; BATHING PARTT .
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i ;. Gazette Cosner et al to R. O. Bowdenet
for
: simmee Valley
brides of
this
two summer.- Mrs. Kill.j I winters in Klssimmee and who is wellknown Sunday evening.
:a Mj'.. Conrad Bryan/and' a entertained number, .of Carson Was assisted ,by her three here, the News-Herald, of Con. The citizens of Thurman City are
to Johnson to' W, p. J. Sumner.
daughters/., Roy' L. Chalker of 'Respectfully'submitted, Harry
< l bathing party at.tnaon noaut, Ohio, said: very glad to see the work that as being
*'pl."With. Charles H. Burdsall to Anna E.
z .) dock Thursday afternoon Lake City; Miss Anne Carson and Mary Elswlck, The funoral of the late Mrs. O. C. done on the road over which they,
wko"enjoyed the'kfternoon were Miss ilnezCareon., Mary Tait Darling? wr.s Ltd from her late homo BurdsalU, have to travel. Let the good, work goon
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Committee
n and'GUI.I. 'Winn' Lo 'Several,.vocal and instrumental selections Mane' Corner, on Harbor street, Sunday afternoon:! we cannot have too many good
; *ea .
__ pn.-EUaabetb'Pke," May .,wer enjoyed during the afternoon August 16th the Rev. F. I. Johnson UNION CENTER CHURCH roads in Florida.
i. MR VAN DUZER DIES an4Rev.
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..Lois'Johnson and Mabel. p.The ,, pastor of the Methodist church ,
' ,N. .. -, -Marshalville, ,; Ga. andNathan punch bowl was plaeel.'on.th. .J.:U. Rankin, pastor, of the Congregational 1 ..H

,, ,i ; Bryan 'Josh -)=barber! veranda and,enjoyed' during; the. after-: ....Mrs. F.J.,Van Duzer who Is spend church,,officiating. The TO HOLD BASKET MEET Rollins, Wall.cel. Swlnson, Mrs.; Tal:';'
r, Iwson and Sbeldon Johnson.! .:J non.Miss'Anne;) ( v : ing the: '--summer 1ft' the'North. and is text was from her favorite psalm'TheLoM ten, M. C.; Thomas.Mrs. Hattie;'
. ., : Carson'served ice"creamand at Athens PL received word is "
; now' ,, Shepherd White, Miss Leather Williams Miss-
:;t..,: :. .: ...J" .t- " . ., .,, qtiI -' :"< 1 cake':from',the',dining'room table August 18th of the death of a'broth The Misses .Upson and Zundel sang 'Tho'Union 'Center United Brethren Ethel; Wood, S.E.B. . ; .

!' ::':' ;:'t:, : BOAT RIDN] ", ,i: I which was laid with* pretty. cover"and er' Uvinf in'.Washington.=.D"C.: .M *. "Asleep in Jesus/!'"". and "!My Father church will hold an all day'session B M.
I i ', ' :'JIII."Iomii Thomas, 111''.'F: c.;Bryt a tall.lase of'.goldenrod.' ' ,., >x ,'* J:' Van;Duzer,'w.a'called From WIsconsin Knows- two of the hymns she had and "dinner on': the church Simpson ,P. y
'', 'wi''l-W MrSJ,: E.' pforndMra.' Rot co 'J" ( ,", the latter part'of July; to the bedside asked for,during her long I1In....- grounds Sunday; September 6th. Everybody ...
t . r r .,';balker gavo a.boat rid. last'Friday { ,of,this' brother who was '"theneritieally The;flag she.had so truly'' honored is invited to attend,and bring ;
\evening in ,honor of Miss .Mabel W/and, was,With' him for all throukh life.fasted near her flower along their picnic basket dinner.-There .. ..' ,
-1. r'Massee of 'Mar halville'Gav, who la [: \WXTUCOLUMN: ; ; :: tw() .weeks..' -When'she left>Washington "- covered a sket., :The O. 'A.. R., the W. rill be preaching and, .prayer service 'A' MR. INVESTOR ,S
'i..vl"ting h.....' Those who enjoyed the Angtutv4her; J>rother waa verymuch R.'o.and many,friends followed -bar and good'singing. \' Bay, properties now'' while' rici 1 i.
p\ 1 ''*jTld e1and.a? finoiluachopn, served on -improved" !in health. ;'and''j*frequentlyword body..to. its last.. ..,,.IUng'_, lace in[jour .; The church is Do'J'et completed and are,at their' Jowe.t. 'V w" /; "-*'"?/rv*
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"' if.:;:"' vrsthonpoon;'Ruby Ellfs,'Marie,Hud41s at the Chapter House every,second and ,gain,;;' Mrs Want Dnier was ;aiwtid ----.I'boni Jo) \' but the congregation,'decided to':hold fwd and 10 aero' 'tracts.$10': ( cash-and'
"' |on.and'Anno Carson,'and Messrs.: fourth Friday,at ':3.p() .'. .., Members pa ting'nreturn..td'the', capital in 'Elizabeth Bright Wax fQnakerarentage'at this meeting.,lathe chur<5h regardless $5' month. -V .v* -*' ;*-,. "."-"%,: *''% '!

: .'t"-, 'ESirt\BeardenJ ;,Nathan;;, l'J'&D-an": are r UI'.ed'tct. attend and yUltorswUl; Sep\embel'"and.'With; ,his'brother'ata : .Newton* Falls ,Ohio, of..this, fact _\'r:_F' ': -) ...: ;/ ; ..., cJ "At'6-room'plaster.d'Jiouee: ; lot; 601;"* ) '
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.t+, r JlSHpr s'Thomas, '..'j'' be 'cordially welcomed,' .. tend'the'national encampment of'the 183Sno was '.. "r ISO' ft.;," deep ,well' Small cash, 'pai b ..
' r > -' -'M '\. sy'' t tYo d_ 'a '.,,;Mrs:It> J-L'Pf ana.will have:charge G. A:; R. -This brother-riled on the bard married to Oliver C.D.rlinlr.oQ'Dee.: .-.(ADVERTISED LETTERS ment.balance like"'rent*V >; .>-- '
it'i'l; iDINNESLPARXY\ l fir!:,. '...". .. of the program for' this week. .'.. anniversary; his leaving home,'the 26th;, 186i' and.Was.'the, mother,,of v;AshverAedlist, fort the'two.weeksendingSeptember ,- .A,6-room bungalow.; lot'100x140 f t roC. Mr., and Mrs.l H.N.BrattoDYMtertained : ."' Our..meetings -.are growing'In' ', lei:. play where Mrs<,Van'Puier.new' is I three'children,'A*'B.,Darling( of Con. : B, 1915 *"' deeyw.1 ., ,!"pee-'And' terms right,. !>/' ,
to":take in the 'war'.bo Jjuella Scramlin ''of" Alderman R V/Alman:Mr i.Witl; ? if
'rt' 'at4innet,8utdayat 1Onte Ureat and new members are constant- visiting,' part::: \i neaut! ; f.'Cllmax.I ; "
. r on Brack street ip lend.,. ..iIdvrr ; .: added and,frompresent); tween. the.states.This .'. I Mich-'_"and ;Frank t deceased.: She B rock/.'.'LtCl.y'"Dr'Ji: \ ' ;'Randar; M1tS.IMARY,'M.. SUMMERSyOwneri: ;: .r '
; iy..e.ond: weddl..m; ., '.the coming-year win be oar '- ) Us greatly saddenedre.'VanDaser''vtsit loaves 'six>grandchildren.' ,two great Gray,'Mrs.; Mattie: dress, Mrs. Collier 608 Penfleld. St..' S.+Klssimmeo., VJ: .
t ....'for- t.,: .', ; with old-time !grandchildren .her>> husband'and on* Hedri k ; IL- 1L"r". kao ', Fred j, i* '
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; ' : : Mr? DC.'Mrs. Ct''W:'Dann;'iSattgntir;' .; _>: ''and ''Mrs. ''G. W:: RutherforJUra <; 0 M."E.'Stephens,I"8."& Lu .r..r.'-G,I tt;" : C t.l3andri the efficient tax: oeitie ..J Ili.rail fYi.abere,of the Winter Have

J ' .'HoweU'Baa!,. Mrs.Woo'H. Herri. Pratber, ,Tom-J Uisr. G. "JC. Livingston, '; tor of Osoeola county,'returned homes, *'Athletic association were goa Uto
to, Gotha. .,Sunday. 'lOB and j Orville l Harrison motored to and .{George Overstreet, will represent last'night from a abort vacation went' *- tfte 'etty/Teeda>v -- Orlando Sunday.1 .-, the Kissimmee: Gill)'Club'at the shootto I in AfheviilL'Washington: and Atlantic Mr. and Mrs L'B. Hall. Jr.
:'( .Miss Toni Speer.. of:Orlando,,, was I be'given'by'the; Tampa. .Gun Club I City 'Mr.'. !Ban4y. made the,tHpwife: Harry.brfckHartyxtltiaerirvtn 4+
\ ; guest,this l Nee: k of) .Miss;," :Ann' In. M.;.Tedder''eondgetor'on the '8u- on Labor ,Day. Seati,er: nod c.,W.GritMr.Griffin Water, Ja k'IttfralMMa, Warren Bae-
; : i' 7e.r.;., .. gar Belt;mo.J his family here from ; ; If, expected' to: "I' ''lays..ud' G..IL a.IbIa.Jr. : .
> < .f1)Ud80n'8aas Lakeland Tuesday and 1 U now occupy w Pearl White colored. pleaded''cuilty return: Sunday,, ' "j' ..., MIl Pti...
", : \ ,Willie' 'Button -anal/ lag, the j3oyer' .-cottage 'on. Sumner. to the Illegal sale of liquor*,when,< arraigned I .... ,Stoker. ,.rwyiwiala. '.>' ...... te,
n Maldnsoii spent?aawrdal'w." .: street, before JudgeT., M. Murphy : Rev; ; E,'U Smith'former missionary St.: Cloud.whe......,they.: ddstuE.th '
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: i iK ninC"fQ, Set Cloud. ,. of the county court, on Thursday andwas to China, will preach at the Bethel I Wonder City ball teals;\ i ... 1
e : g : .Re-Smitia'; Harden,,' presiding'elde:. '' 'mcmt.hsin couth .; ;
; S sentenced to .serv" four: Baptist chapel, in KJlllmmeol tIG 1
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,. S; },fle..a: ona Roterson and' Ruby the Orlando-' district a' : ; 'M4'iibd Ii :'
. 01' iat taking i the convictcamp.. Sunday 'morning at 1100.. 1tb" liteinfant son < ; .i.r: .,
and Mrs Sarah PrevatV Mo three ,/weeks' vacation? and will visit evening at- 7:30: R.v./ Hendon// state! :,, Taylor died Tuesday nomte. 'at
: ft04 to,,Orlando! ,Wednesday.; I Asheville;. N. C, Philadelphia and' New 'Mrs.- C1vdeWI.'UloD; i who ,has been I association* ,secretary, .will preath.i the home of Mrs. E L. WeatfaCI'Fu',
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;. : ,York. Visiting friends: in JUcsinunee for This give our eitiaenyan opportunity' neral services-wereheld'TrimJUr.af- '
C.F. taking ;
, Johnson,. who Js thi( -_ 'J '
sometime, returned' home Tuesday to bear'two.of our.strong' ,' temoon and the burial was'meif at .
preachers ;
; ,census< left 'Tuesday: : :on the i Mrs:;:J.L.'Paulk and daughter/Mts. ; .
after"a" most .
"' ,. :' night deJig'htfuillt. and all arc'urged-to attend. Every: Goth "The child. w.s but few.eW Y<
1(.: I li. for"Bassenger. : ; eral Myrtle weeks; who''have with relatives.been' spendingaevr In Kissim '",:"::Mulberry' .Herald. ;: \ .r. body,most,'cordl. .welcome.. 'I over a month old having been born OM

: ;Engraved cards and ha t tione..W. mee, left for their home at Ga. Mri.: and Mrs. .: 'Buckles-Jatnes {Sl 1a'Ila > July 31 'at thel home\of'Mrs; W.t'H .
;1 i furnish them.' Call at Vajley. Ga- Cairo I < ; A.; Gilbert;;drove', >r ton.ot llell'thtolgh.to Farmer : Mr. and Mrs. .Tallor-'Who
last: Tuesday.'Mr.afid Buckles Miss Buckles E.. C.
Lucy'
oface.. tl ;?Coronado JJea h' live at Islawortb'have'the, sympathy t': t'ofmsnTfriendaU
i Du'zenberry Me. and Mrs.' Howard and returned Monday'with 'Mm.:,
; of'New : GU"I their bereavement'
; Miss Xa\hlyn'Futh.ol' : Webst?ls ; JMrs.Warfleld Smyrna Katz, and Mr. and Mrs;: Edgar Katz bert,:'daughters.", Oorinnel'>EtheJ .ndl -H' V 'j.J-. I a.'', """ Il'tNoi'ICE'
Misses Lottie and Lola. Law: Mr. Turner of Tampa, Mrs. Miller; formed 'a pleasant boating party.01\ Grace and lIOn, Ad.;'._The Gilberts ', ....' .
and children. of Pinecastle were gue.t.tot'Mr. I the Lucy. last Sunday.. beet) spending two weeks at the txeachu I ,
and :lire W. A Joiner of tide ,
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Mr, and .Airs. J. K Gilbert also made .
!& : Mrs. S. W, Lawler left this week for city Sunday Miss,Bessie Moseley, one of Kissim- thetrip. Sunday'in: theircar.and; returned \ ,____ I ',

i ; extended visit with" relatives, at Ar" Beginning Tuesday' ,,September 6th, mee's attractive in Orlando young the ladies,, spent of Monday, with their son; Prater, -,The City' Council:: ;;wltl,'meet. :as;:aBoard ":\ 1)) '

1t and Webster. .the city council will sit as an equalization friends.yesterday'She is en route home guest froman who, had.been ,staying 0 at the,beachwith'the i 'of Equalization ,J(City: : assess- l'''' r'

J. .EV Rush and J. McPhatter made a board on the city assessment outing at Daytona Beach.-Orlando ,family. .'D. Gilbert.. meat for 1915)). beginnngTuesday{ ,;
for 1916. September 6th,.' M, and continuing j.+
trip through Tennessee and' Sentinel (Tuesday). '
A decpatch 'from Washington to' week' 1-
last week.J through the ot until. assessment -'
The Valley Gasette is in receipt 01 Mrs. A. 'B. Jarrell and son, Arthur the Jacksonville Metropolis of'!We -' ia completed ' ".,v- r;;
Wade Tucker returned Wednes- a postcard from Mrs. J. C. Arenburg, left.this week for Fort White,.where nesday saidt "Congressman''fW.I,' Those"wishing ita', make, complaint! ,t t
from .a business. trip to Jackson who with her children and aunt, Mrs. they will reside in 'the future, Prof. Sears will ,1 leave' this ',''fenln : after in regard to assessments will havrtheprivilege'of ,
.. Collver, is spending. some time at fire- Jarrell having been named;principal spending some days here, in looking '' so 1 doing ;:on nights. ;;; aa
yard N. \ ,
Landis BUtch, of Ocala, is spending term. oher departmental affairs,Mrs. Sears, j; R.GILBERT.InvlgoraUog ; .
time with C. A,' Carson, Jr., at P. ;K. Weaver and S. B. Axiltmai who has been aVAshevilU, N; C., several a6t- . ,.I{ \,C1.rk, N" ,
Hammock the ranch of the. Car. motored to Sanford' Wednesday In the Uncle. Everett Bass, the efficient weeks on account of'bet'health. '. -
Cattle company.Furnished Aultman car'and met Carl H. Weaver, Janitor'at the Court house, returned is showing marked Improvement: : '
of Portland, Oregon, who came to Tuesday from a vacation spent, with to the;Pale"aa4,.SlcUy. r)0, .
n d fiats for rent in the spend eome time with his brother.Mr. Miss Marie Baiiv pretty leek' I.oaova'
old friends in Georgia. Uncle Everett a young 'eaten Maed.M yeasts, ) ..
pr Gazette building. Apply at reports a fine time and declares he is lady of 'Jacksonville;,was > a pleasant vA.TELHmeMnl'I'd'I'C.di'f' w.ee I'
and Mrs. Kenneth Butler, Miss .. ..
,. !; office. U Ruth Butler, Capt. Clay Johnson and now-ready for another year of serviceto caller at the Valley Gazette office this Mahm.eerkM.la.bMod..edb tree look. .".'!' >lUu4ctaiiar: IMep tll.a. Jba![ : St)10.e4' ,f
week. 'Misa .Bain is'oneof ,
I II' Mrs. I. H. members oi the county. the''con .
C, E. Yowell, superintendent of Gregory were
testants in the Florida Metropolis
contest -
;, '" i for Osceola county, left last a..boating party to Lake Kissimmee A. B. Cook & Co., Orlando, Fla., : for motion picture actresses to appear -, -- . ,
, ; i for Coronado Beach, where he on Sunday.Mr. desire Investments In this section; : in an amateur production to beput.on I

spend a two weeks" vacation. and Mrs. Fred -B. Gilbert and lands bank stocks, mortgages and in .New.' .York bytheKale.. SaturdaySpecial: i ; q..

M, D. Wilson, formerly a resident babe returned Sunday from White Investments. If you have a good pay- Moving Picture .company; She hopesto :
: Ing'Euslness! for sale write the com: be one of the five winner and to' Nice 'Florida' Lab 81i4 : ,
Kissimmee, but now located at Hen- Springs, where they spent several I , .r
pany.: All matters treated a* via )
N. C., spent several days weeks. Mr. Gilbert is much, improvec enjoy a trip to. New'Yorkj .Clyde
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greeting old friends this week. in health.R. Lines with two weeks' stay at the Van* FryersFairplay r
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Mr. and Mrs. T. H) Evans S. G. parties
Engraved cards and invitations. We J. Roliff has returned from his'ormer Dolive Dan Beidler J. D. Barnes, and' at the theaters eto.i 'Ju.t..nowMln ';\
furnish them. Call at the Valley home at SandyvUle, West Vir. Orlando{ Bain Is the Iading'contestant. Market
J, 'iOtey, of motored to ,
t1e office. tf has been She has friendsInKistimmee ,,
ginia, where he spending several Kissimmee Thursday afternoon. The many :: \,,
weeks. Mrs. Roliff and daughter, having visited here and succeeded In Phone 245iilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .,.
the 12 DarllaitM' .
George Sessions who is now raising men of party are all members of .
Roberta, will arrive early in October. adding 'to her vote standing by securing -
the Orlando Gun Club and while here '
in the south part of the county, .
up Monday shaking hands with M. D. Wilson and family and Mrs. enjoyed a practice pigeon shoot on the subscriptions to the! paper. ,_ 4 r'. >_ __ ..J A '' )_ 0" hw

friends. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. local club's ranee. ___dhU.U._.. .1
Parker, will leave in a few days for The horse attached to of the :
Jimmie Miller and Sam Lupfer have one III1llllIIIIiIIIllllllllllllIl
Hendersonville, N. C., where they will t. '
from a short stay at Corona- ice wagons ran away Monday after- '
live in the future. -
Beach, where they went by motor- noon out Mabbette street. Luckily nodamage'reaulted c"3 a '" .. I,
MilS Myrtle Warren, assistant other than that of un- ,.,' "' .
state agent in the girls' canning club seating the top and bed of'the wagon. :=
r't Mrs. G. C. Livingston and Miss movement, is in the city this week. The"1 driver was not aboard when the = Special : < ,
Carson left Wednesday for Day. She is spending several days with Mr horse took his plunge, and thus escaped 'f. '., ,
Beach where they. will spend a and Mrs. James M. Johnston. possible injury. -; i. :' : 7./ .>; .:' -.

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katz, Mr. and from Miss'a-four' Emma weeks'Yowell visit has with returned friends Nyc, who were formerly connected For SaturdaYand Monday :
Edgar Katz and Miss Lucy Buck- with the Valley Gazette, will be gladto
\ Beach at Homeland, Fla. En route home hear of the birth of daughter to = ' SS./'I ,' '
will. motor to Daytona next she stopped off for a short. stay in them /lugust 13th. Mother a and babe 1 = :: 1 . .,

Lakeland and Haines City. are getting along nicely at their home Silver'Kiiives : 0 ,

> Mrs. Margaret M. Arincr, of the Mill Chyllis Jarrell left Tuesday in New York city, where Mr. Nye is . ,
: [ staff, left last Saturday on morning for Fort White, where she connected with the New York Call, the :, .j'i , ). .: toI'
vacation, which she will cpend at will spend some time with her parents great;. Socialist daily. : :
Off
and Punta Gorda. and,Forks. 1-4
Petersburg :
Campbell
before beginning her duties as a teacher Deputy Sheriff Bob . ,
O. B. House, who has been down on in the public_ .schools of Gainesville.Col. turned last Friday evening from St. i iAugustine := : :;: "; '

__ Kissimtnee prairie looking after I ,- where he- "went 'to,, strut' :
cattle interests; was in the city I '\'J. ,A. Black-well, who was far.: Ernest McDonald, a negro, wanted on; "=- ; of Regular ValueSee ;:: "

:- en route to his home in Ocala. merly located at Ashton being con- a charge of assault to murder another \ .
nected with the Ashton Turpentine negro at'' the railroad camp on the .i
G. H. Prathef and J. E.Lupfer spent company was in the city Monday, lie South Florida and Gulf railroad, south i / Window, .

Friday and Saturday in Jackson U, now-located at Bradentown. pf Whittier. ,He brought back the = ....' r'.. .
attending the opening of the new negro: .and, placed him! ,ia Jail here,,. 'r', d* .. Act -
'W "Griffin _Lawrence p' v .
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..there.j'Miw'and''Mrs.yjJ Mrs;:C. ; son, ,, = / '
'Miss" Ida E:: Hartman.' to 1 : .
secretary
'1<' daughters,.::Alma,.Norms, Carroll 'and .
'fcei.... i ; A.wBarclay-,-:Mrs. Jeanette'and'Stanley;Bullock returned Editor-Wallace F, Stovall'of the Tampa -' ColeiJeivelry; .: Ot'J'; ;: ;,
, ,." \ A...Sawyer and Miss E"' L. ,Wenner in'the' Griffin 'automobile on Hoiv Tribune; has been visititg -11o l cr ; ,v ,. 'i4&. ; , ''
J'I:. : parents at' GotJ1a for tie' week ; i'. 'jj Daytona day from Odronado Beach where they past !i!;' nprnjirjg'JUMal't'ii' \
JEWELERS '
: ; > '; : r-a,. .and,*:!":;returned f-,,,,"' "- Deach.lalt"sat-I) ; have:,.beef' eppndingtwoweeks.. ".' ;:, trip andleft*!; to,, Kissimniee'this cfternoon"with.fcrv Hon.an S.auto S. I \4iVD' ..: : : 'V

+.. : Mrs. J..MVLee-and; 'Mra: .' L. Weatfall returned yesterday Griffin and family.. "Th.,Griffin"part/
) returned Wednesday (from a I after accompanying Mrs. A. G. will return after 8upPer.--oriandp Re IlllllllllllilllllllllllllllhIJllplillllhJllllllllllllllll iI II llllllllllllf hit_l lS
with Mrs. Z. N. Parker. of Ar- Taylor to Gotha, where her six-weeks' porter-Star (Friday). .

old son was buried. Mrs. Westfall, on _._ _. .. .
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her return, stopped at 1 lies worth and ;" eS :.. i:, 'M., -. i
I Mrs. Roy L. Chalker, of Lake City, Shingle Creek. .
been the guest of her parents, Mr; ** .- ..s
; Mrs. C. A. Carson for the past F. H. Bruns, of the Narcoossee .1i. "

Farm and Townsite company, recently I
returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Fall Goods .. aWe
invitations. We Arrivingfzily
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Engraved them. -Call at Valley Ga- other points in the north. He declares ,. .. ,
furnish Office.! : tf that Florida is facing the largest tour- .' .. '
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ist season in her history.The &i.If"" v' <,: ,

Ed. Hogan, Loughman's efficient B. Y. P. U. of the have made the '"
was a visitor in the city I church was entertained last Thursday Baptist big purchasesfor./\ :J1JI.d'! :: "" ,


look after en route his grove to :Kissimmee there. Park night ston at by their Mr.new and home.Mrs. James The, eveningwas John winter trade and already shipments s''\of_'...Ithis'._ ..stock.- ., ?".;

Beginning Tuesday, September 6th, very pleasantly spent and delicious '
city council will sit as an equali- refreshments were served. are coming in each day. . , ":t ",. "!',,;
board the city assessment . ; )1. f" "
on The Katz family received an invitation .. *! jy I. a r

Russet 1915.-- Cole Joe Taylor Ernest anniversary recently of to Mr.the and California.golden Mrs. David wedding A. 800 Pairs of New Fall Shoes:,Placed::On;( .. ( >::-

The .
Nathan, Bryan, Max Kritz Dodge ,Qf Berkeley /" .
Turner motored to Orlando Dodges formerly lived in Kissimmee, I

Ralph". the Presbyterian Rev. Mr. Dodge church being here.pastor of the Our Shelves. This, Week" ;>, 5 *\. >, :: , l', ;

; Mr. .and Mrs. M. Tiller, daughter 1 ; 'J f<
Virginia and son, Will Mason Miss Margaret Davidson, of the ) : ; "

Miss Monday.Phyllis Jarrell motored to Dann vacation department this week.store She, la went enjoying to Orlando" a Come' in and let us show' ,you spmeybiEtliisrieW'' ; :; :< (

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-! ; Thursday to visit friends. Mrs.J. '. ' .r")
in the , things in footwear tSS. a : .> S'r 1.",
Attorney Fred Hampton was L. Saxon is filling her place at the .,., . ''. }i.,.' i
Tuesday transacting business. He store. \
connected with the law offices' of .. ., ... .. . .".. ti.' .' ,. ":!, ." ;
S. Hampton, his uncle. 'The electric light-committee of the \ .,
city council has awarded the contract H. C.' CO.; ; "
\ R. B. Woodham returned Monday for furnishing wood for the use of the .. .$STANFORD: .; ... :',, )? ,: '

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FOR FALL SERVICE J JliJI 1" ODD ;BITS OPAlientown 'NEWS ; "
'" 25 yean old and died.of poisoning CANCER GOITRE ..AND. TUMORS '
$ '4oJ," J. ,? (: \ -I I ,I11III1T1 . j '. ".l' Advice to a .0000..0.0000..000900000. the intestines, 'Cure,,them without,cutting *M1. i

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ooboboooooooobooobooobooocA. Barrett of Edmundston, and Mrs. Nathan -,
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:. .1' Who 'T1torh lightening! truck' a pillar against V,: Brand of Leonardsville will

.' l ,. ; .. I which Paul was leaning; ran down It berocked- in the presence of their
. ''- and ripped the man's shirtentirely guests in the old cradle in'which they ff
(': -.. rocked when babies They claimto SMLLOCKREA
\, I' ...' froniTMus body. Paul' body was were
vJ :., :' '' scorched but Fred was knocked nn- be the oldest twins in the state. , ,

r ,'One could'write a book of direction Do you possess a bank account? Conscious. in. her Ii .
..r, (I Temple, Tex.- -Cuttinar roses ESTXTE
to .Winau what not to The If are the wife of A man of affairs .
OIL/ wear. you '
garden Mn: Ed. G. Talley heard her
Lake City, Fla.-Georgia Garner, 9 ; .--..-....ss..e ese' '"N
atrocities which(: some women' put on or the daughter of some well paid years old, coughed up a metal doll ba' >y cry in tha house. She started to

. ''.their back*;In tbe-name of dress are worker you may ans\wr Jn the affirm which she had swallowed three years run indoors tripped over a lawnmower INSURANCE'txaminatlon : ,

r 1':.", .almost too fearful to describe. The ative without a thought os to'the de- ago. and fell. The scissors in her hand '
_'f" Hlrablllty of this possession. If, on the pierced her heart killing her instantly. of Titles .
,' great trouble-Is that it Is" really Impossible a.. ,;,
other band you aro one of tbe thoulands 'I Topeka, Kans.-A. C. Bartell, police I

:'r s .to- give out any set rules' on of working women who can depend I court reporter had a tip that some Crane, Mo.-W. II. Hilton, 65 years i Specialty. ',R 'h"

i 1 bow.',to.dre,. s, tot "what one womaDr only upon their own brains to i persons had buried beer in their back old, has a peculiar affliction which 't. ..

:. may' .wear with" Impunity another bring In their daily portion of bread yard. He obtained a gravedigger'sspade prevents his speaking to persons near { .j.

i '14'?. e, cannot'alfpear'' In without secret and you may be forced to admit that u and stealthily entered the yard. him. He. can talk to animals or persons CorresDondance Solicited., ,,',.. .1':, ..

r/ sometimes open ridicule. And the *am* bank account has been the object of After much labor In what appeared to at a distance.Philadelphia .

cult which'will be called smart on one your dream for many a year, but that be a newly made grave, he dug up
.'y It three chickens which the people had Pa. Sitting on the Robert: Riedel l :
girl win be characterised: u dowdy on you have never been able to make a that day buried. :,
kl ( : realization, try as bard as you could. j doorstep of her home, Mrs. Maddelena
4 to."'f' another Few business women know how to ---.- '' Balstna heard her baby utter a cry CARPENTER AND CABINET, SHOP,' '
, 'Itti ; .Therefore no rigid rule for dressing eave :.Wakarusa, Ind.-When Coroner Dr above her. She looked up to see the .:"t,.:;::"x"
; "f money. Walkinshaw performed an autopsy on in window the third floor Wiadow and Door Screea*; Repair"and 'Ii
Ii t.; ran be given or should be followed. The "But" perhaps remonstrate, child a on .
'election of suitable clothe Is more a you a young woman following her mysterious lose its balance tnd fall. The mother Cabinet,Work< >
"" "bow can I put anything away when death, he found that her left '
'" matter Of following one's personality sprang under the window in time to 'Phones 216 Residence
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t my salary goes pay my way lung was no larger than a lemon; th.ther catch the child. Neither : \
( 'i or appearance thou certain direction the world right lung was one-quarter normal the yas injured, Darlington Ave. Near Freight Depot "
baby's
cut
beyond a slight on lip.
given out by others, no matter UoW Saving la no 'doubt difficult when the size; that her heart was about one-half I \ '

great authorities they may be. weekly stipend is small, but even un- normal size, and thai; her liver was The turn-down coat collar gains in C. F. THRASHER i?

Girl who wish to look their best der these circumstances something many times larger than it should have favor os the season advances '.

', should never take the advice of out- SHEET METAL WORKER
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y, t aiders:especially saleswomen, on what ;
than the one of cultivating the saving
e, 's L C. A. CARSON President N. C BRYAN.Secretary. Steel Ceilings a Specialty
to wear. They should give careful
l habit Hundreds-no, thousandsof ,
+ c P,5 ,q considerate'study to their own appearance. women have enough Intelligence to 'Phone 14 -R Klealmmee, Fl.i; .

f .'.. :Then when they enter shop to
# a make money and good sups of money The Waters & Carson +
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1 a buy they should try on different styles, too, but few have enough sense to save

\.\ Placarding this approving that until even a small l portion of their earnings. DR. J. W. SIMPSON

1'' f ...tile Held narrow down to two or three g 7 ,' l eAffi' And yet a bank account is their only

( { particularly attractive model.. protection against sickness, old age or DENTIST

,. Never try to buy In a .hurry, for ,. &;"p7"I;; _}.'Ml.VY'LI; p I loss of 08ltfon-tbo only means of Grocery CompanyWholesale Upstairs in Kat Building

'*3ron',are almost certain to repent ..atV giving the worker any independenceand Office Hours: a. m. toll tsk ,: [

! ,leisure '' Remember what'you buy baa SOROOIi AOOa.eOtI.: personal freedom. Telephone No. T< 1:1: to Jonellyr.ISO > m.. r,

,4 to 1* worn for month and certainly Before this hUd need a fall suit a Tbe girl who has no bank account Is

t v deserve taw hours' careful consideratton wool sweater In brown or navy will forced to put up with aU aorta of Inconveniences and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES -

T > .In the ..1 ct1oD. Do not: be ar prove both cosy and serviceable. Her ; she cannot give up employment DR. W. W. CARSON

'"''vl' rigid' devotee' of J;>am.. Fashion, tort tam-o'U also knitted and which hi. uncongenial because fOffice
DENTIST
atyles are a* ,,!variable aa woman' sup- matches the sweater In color. Tbe be baa nothing to draw upon while

: 'posed mood, and where one may bet overlapping front protects the chest looking for another opening. If she becomes over Pilley Building
a ,, another be hide Office Hours: I-11. 1- 4
Try becoming may welt 111 she must call upon friends or Office -Phone lit Residence 'Phea SI .'
r j. enLJ'UinJ.1l7.there are enough dlffer9 relatives for aid and If she Is so unfortunate Oas Administered for Extraction of

a :9 eDt styles to afford room for a wid. WAR'S EFFECT ON FURS. ns to be alone in the city ..hem.7 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 TeethT.

([election ao that If yon search far even be forced to become. the ob- 0 0 0

:nongn you can''generally find something Paris Depending on Russia For the Fall ject of charity. WE SELL: WE BUY: 0O M. RIVERS. M. D.

.to lit your typa. Output. With this possibility In view one O 0

1 'Color another.matter,to be studied would think that every feminine HAY 0 0 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '
Tbe furs from allover
precious nearly -
eerlonsly by the girl who wishes to 0 0 0 HIDES 0 '7
'. appearw worker would realize the importance of
the to France
d ") .ll dre ecI.. .It la much easier to world always went saving. But apparently few wage 0 GRAIN 0 0 Office over Osceola Pharmacy T '
and found their way back to tbe lands .
FURS
decide What color become than 'Phone Residence (S
you tobo"7WbaF..rrt1a' earners do. You find the girl behind 0
that bad them. Whether
produced or FERTILIZERS 0 Office 141.
' : peculiarly your not Paris can take care of this trade the counter 'pending ber nickels and 0 WOOL 0 .a .
.wnt.; But even color are sometimes her' dimoa on candies and the.movie --T.
w ' this summer remains to be seen. She 0 SHINGLES" 0 .
ai confusingFor Instance, it Is a generally has handled the clothes question with Just. you pud her sister In a higher 0 0 AND 0 GEO. F. PARKER
: :accepted fact that red rose and all scale of endeavor throwing her 0 ORANGE BOXES" 0 0 ,
l all her old time skill and not left the away
.the Hch tone of this hue are partlcularly. rest of tbe world In doubt concerning hard earned dollars on Innumerablenew 0 0 P ALL 0 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: .

.well'suited to the brunette. The the silhouette or materials to be adopted hats, blouses and theater tickets. 0 ORANGE WRAPS, O 0 : (i.\
shade la undoubtedly becoming to most > COUNTRY Collections and Conveyances ,.
? although; she will not attempt to Both have tbe happy optimism which p
,brunettes, but nevertheless should only VEGETABLE CRATES 0
produce her usual Immense personal! Is characteristic of many women who Specialties
lobe, .orn.by the brunette-of the dash"ingJ 0 O 0 PRODUCE 0
s trade for the who have their living. live In the
tvadouuorcoquewab.type.'Therey' women alwaysgone earn They 0 CRATE NAILS 0 0 111 l-< Broadway
to her for their) -clothes. This present refusing to look Into the 0 0 0 -
are.. dark haired girl who com moretmder 0
work she leaves practically to America. future. ;' "
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bead of.quaint and demur G. F. KRIBBSA'.l'TOKNEYwAT.LAW '
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( ; the only country except the Argentine Begin now to put away Something
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To'piem' : 'rose .or ,red!.Is1 a, forbidden '
,'.,i "'"*!olor,' for' there: 'nothing" of the where (fashionable clothing Is sought every week. Perhaps it will be only sell field and garden seeds of all kind ,

,& :quaint or demure about either of these and ..bought It may be that America 20 cents If the pay envelope Is pitifully Wig give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
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the
."' 1"f supply Argentine, It 1. rumored small but 25 cents every week amounts "
:? :,abate.;< Free delivery in city limit Phone No. 12. Notification and Payment'of taxes 01f,.::1, :
,': 'I must with, \, that>'several of Ita buY ra'are' to a fair sum at the end of the .ear. non-residents given. Careful ...."
1:1' {C 'aa;;You not select to your wardrobe but coming to 'New'' York'.to buy; French The point at the beginning/ Is not bow ",We are county agents for'good fertilizer. Askus" for. circular and price. attention.. : j-.It: :
era only your appearance, fertilizers. ( f'Si
!. :modal or their: copies;', ranch ;rou'e.e, but the tact'tbat'fOUaa.a' on Ki.slmme.87/i'. I] -.f
""*'> A your personality as xI
; contusiodforQueenly' The nonfreedom of the seas has kept . 'c" ; ,:t ( .
consistently. After awhile' the
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;tlprs| ai *>. may be the It,1 + ''',.;
.great'bulk 'of .American! travelers ,,,
will Increase and -
having ,
sum ; acquired Pw.
i"r',, ,-.ofteo.;; finds ,tile tall i WOo from France, and there 1 . Par"Johnston ,\ 10-' .Garro"
away no rea-, ,1 "
tlvihdou.'and the saving habit, you11I have at '" .
*... : 110 like. to be. the ; yourdisposal I' 7 '
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: to doubt that JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTbRNEYATLAW t \
: t little, perky, girl who would love to be a sum of money that la quit ..;.".
.,1-'I.; ) atately. In such case to fit their de- men will buy all their clothe. Including respectable In Its proportions.The i-
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The of
fur from the American merchants the
world
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1 .aired be greatest drawback to saving: Is
personalities would extremely .
who have representatives now In eyes Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank .
r that has
.dangerous. .: once woman. a good position
France usual
their two day Building
.going a :
abe believes she will holding it .rti
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round of the dressmaking huusee.callot . Kleilmmee, Fla. :
air the color of a frock Into overlooking its Indefinitely. Unfortunately.. prosperity:
and Cherult.: the twobouses \
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The brings optimism with It. and few women the whoSAVES ,,
iBtyle. saleswoman'shows ,you a that always have a significant Influence are on man \ Yti
; In shade who are making' than t "-! :,
more
tl \dress a which'yon recognize on American fashion are not yet open. money Louie C. HaneyT, Plcton Wallow ..., .' ,;;
V 9 at being most becoming usual can persuade themselves that ,
; \ once a* to youTon The Utter house always defer its Late Counsel for Judsre of the. .Ile h
+ ,try It on perhaps and the shad have they may ere long make less. Then to Fla, R. R. Comm. Criminal Co.... 'I
openings until the others finished
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; !bring out your good point to such an their business, although some of the the prosperous woman saving .Is unattractive MASSEY & WARLOW I

+ ;;extent that 'yon never notice the tact : buyer do not waif for tbe event. It Is ; Its returns look to be* to be ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORS
.that the model'accentuates Worst insignificant We AT LAW
referring
your however I so ( are now '
quite safe to assert, that
,eaturea..8ucb. mistake Is the Practice In all the courts of the 8tate' 4
to to the
: rnry common wage earner and not .
when this Is the caw the buyer who and of the United State., also before,
' '. r, unfortunately.j i j" . leave win.receive all the Callot mod- woman who cam put by a 9100 at a the Florida Railroad Commission, an. .....".
VDreaalng.. Is mot only an art'It'1 ta a ela be dellliea. time.) For the wage earner saving Is the Interstate Commerce Commission.'.. .q
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n..atndy: aa wen; Tou cannot watch ;your'own saving and almp1e.Th. Charleston Bids'- <2r
Mi'I pure Orlando '
So a* the buge auction vale In London Fla. "-I".
J'fft too carefuhy and the
: type, woman
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'are not held this year and the Par.Is
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"h who dresie 'well not bowl herr
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opening are mot yet over the furrier " .
WH Qrcny Wo_ .
ciWD> appearance by heart but doe toot "" .-
here uncertain which the
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.allow herself to be misled by colors, by wind'wm blow by October and way thSamaJ' This Is distinctly a period of good fora moment man DR. M. J. HICKS .I

r. p fashion or by the, wvrdl, ,of. the sales be the reason that even the most grooming among women. The slovenly PAUSE young ,

'f [ ': ; j' .-- .',.,( Important fur houses here are sellingfur though perhaps artistic looking a thought to self. The PHYSICIAN and 'SURGEON ?- iil
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woman woman la no longer In the,.running. I '!
4 garments unusually low.price*. r
The woman-who baa the feature of a Office State Bank BulldlnC-,.
' '' that confront
.It Is a good time for the purchaser who problems
r : : Greek goddess and tohave you now or Phones: Office 41 }
HELPPul..Hlrrrs. yet neglects ,
merely want t&r, but the woman who
Jf. -ir r.... fears being saddled with a garment i, ber hair properl,shampooed and will a few' hence. Re.ldenoo.o.. \
years
'To clean Tarnish and paint rub'ti
fl I dressed creates more adverse comment
not In with
that I Sa keeping< the fashIons -
: ,: ,t ". :. with .'doth;cUpped,10 a!weak:: will go Warily about buying paltrynow. than the woman of irregular even ;

r 1 '<. solution loft.baeear1 i l< i and ;warm feature who shows the good J.W.THOMPSONFUNERAL '
t Look abeat
poor the of affairs in
me country .tat. nation
.. ,' ' .. yon ,, -ye*,
: ,; wa...., Polish .with'a', ; w sh effect of careful grooming. ..1
'V la tha world, art tha ma who started to sara early .la life. at
a l'tl, !fleather. 1. J Japanese. Children. I Good grooming is simply Immaculate DIRECTOR us't";
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r u 'To :dean' marble .l'Ubwtth;' ?< a Cleanliness and attention to '
?g exquisite .
1 Children have a good time In Japan. 1'Iaey..n tha respect and confidence flf the h .l :
,; slice- of''lemon:' '''dipped' In. *alt t details of the person' but In their CODUllI ll 1. andLICENSED .
' c They..are blessed by:inheritance with ,
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Leave-for/, hour, then wash

s 4,d ..1 /::0. <<.. ,.All stains/ will be removed, a cheerful 'nature.they..are" { dreeae41ooae17 anxiety'Jo prone, to acquire adopt this cosmetic effect )w.mea'are' .or 'to Thai} look ea. are other side-at Aa fellow who. tpend'all tray EMBALMERStore <..:' .. t ,

r _and a nice gloss. secured,"' "' y: door ,j yet much..arml,; they: rarp'" oat' of employ ,.means for reducing defect saaka-they may have'a good time for'a while, but what'' does tkrir and Chapel Stewart"Klsstmmee. Avi.. .',, ::'\,
: a* a* possible,, and ,Inside .
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earpet.take "
.etoN'.weeplnC: : reflect? .
wherein e
borne there1a the remedy, more nndealr pub if i
their little
so furnituretbel'tlnever '
>. old round tin.' pierce.a.le* In ;---- Fla. ;. "
an "stumble. able than the detect Itself. -The wise: < : ; \
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a ; ", 'S the bottom and nil-with common* o1'erf' are ,woman 1* abe 'Who emphasize' all her A dollar or so deposited& this bank will be tits -.. ': & ;
lever warned against,crawling up.on e\\
Mialt, ,, thla oVer.the eal'l.; good point so that they may outshine aclens of honorable :' !> '
ah Jindepeodent
a'y b ''perlsing-.' .,its e b tile;:'duat from the'satin brocaded chairs or handlingthe and distract from ber.detects.' When career. p. A. Vans Agnew W, BJ: Cnwfore'., "/'-; \1
7' brtc-a-brac. ':,'lbe,, house 'are aFwaya'open'tos Make eor. beginning BOW=today. Tour
'' > .; brighten..th.cololn'"aadt; ; ; ? : defect 1* so deep rooted as to require ) VANSAGNEW&iOffice : CRAWFORD ;? .
hr ,'. sun and air, .'t'eD1Icold ; I.uk..k. will tha1way. ,
, ..JI"veDta'motba. ',weather.f I They,are.built dovetailed radical 'treatment It 'Is far better for* pave, ; 'ATTORNEY.AT..uW'\\' ,', ", '
h _;When pteanbig. .Dw-ror. and ; ''t woman to Ignore Its existence'than to r *i 3-4-6-6 Citizen Bank'Klalmme t: 4 '
t together no I .
G : ; ; \halls being used, '
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/windows sprinkle. a. fewr'dropsi ,endanger*r her "personal. appearance 'Building '
and mounted on'wooden .
;' 4' ,<>t metal polish 'upon a cloth and I are pillars, sotttatywben.an anc!' perhaps her health by trying to ,. FloH"' .,f'V.\; 1"aLE11IS''O'BRYAN ,

,' 'p 1' I 'rub over the glass.Lear to dry; ;; ), earthquake occur they treat*,herself:' ,U',the defect... one tateCapital Z..L&iikQ : > .: .... .
"" will not 'tumbl. ,(lo.n.J. but,,J ereIr I 'j" "
with 1r' ; ? : ( "
; ';;Ihen polish a clean.dpth. which':requiressurgical: : treatment go .. $,
mark shake. and,.settle down again.;' -,,,..'J ; j :.,/
,To remove'smoke from'i > < '.. i if to an expert or'endure the annoyance; . . ( ) ; .
rce lng..mix athIe*.,. pute ,of !. ,.' ...." ". ),' of \the,,defect;,rather ;than:'Jrtsk;,what -- > 1.J" t ,, '.. ,/: :ft.\"''j",
I .At' 'ATfURNEY.ATr .
;anal 1 'atarcn- and water; and:with a.. ,Raspberry 8h..i-b:t.' beauty you have by using an'add,.tbe Q;' r ';tif;."". ,''of-Kissunmee. : ,\ .. ;r; 8, '_ "'I'1J : : .- v Awf_. j. ,:.0 ),"...
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I h -.n. t.... apraad. It over, tba. '' ',.' . "ii'" Waring ' 4 "
needle electricity yourself -- '" gUdin "" .
fir "t. Wi'x. cJJ1 .
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raspberriea.ron -
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': ... fotloe I* hereby'trlven::that the followln*'' described 'land:, or *. '. aob'' .f 8tt" of,ptook i1'.a Tou IE _.",- . .. : FOJ the ChildrenWild I ."/Ntiit JIuotIe.. ......... ..Msilo ',
thereof"a will b. ,,, ' ar': tk* amonsit due for, taxes h.r.la..t elp. .of OCk O._...,.,..,,..., : ; ;7' .1 : .. .... fist n..I- ass
oelte to the .a.... toa-ethir'with cost of .uch sal. and advertising wIU 810 k11H Brook O "--- '-vLmiI -"- j?..... C. "... I.. .j. .
,I. .8014 at.u'b ,. duo jrotiuVHh.unii. day of September, ... I>. ItU. In fro.t t ." .. m- Awte7-t{ ..,wtIo ..d ever a 11Mbr .... ,
issimsne f.un of 'and Btat of. S and lock H ... : O. .,.... ... *
: orleS.the atJ'\. ,, .Udsve. ,'at.>\"'":" CHy,,. :yi" .*' Allot Block Ja pr b.-... 4trtt.- -M- Clarkr -------- Lamb Whloh 'I.***, St ease HWea tY'. Illtle .. rrr

.. ':- of 8W .or..f .Nw% of ifiDU of 8.ouns to a b.byabel., ,.: Ba ....'t r
'Atnomnt of tlon 331 1 . iTSMM ft. ,Uk. Ito T.m*., R.1liUvu.. &,,, I
'1$.orlpttott ot Land.: %' .OWNEKTaxsa, Coat 'r..oIf 1.8IO"o1&11 rp. ., 11350 ft. W 14 1-1 ft. "ConiL Hattl. 0. .............e 'JI'.le verywlld.ttm.. 'W..uu'vrtd. Z
Q : corn.u. Hattl. Q ..... ..,,.. .11 ar..mated JdDtII.I../pr .... i

.:'.... A.ul1.::. "Of : r.A.U"B"of ...-. ,. ., 8W46. of Lot 1.Block' and .0.b' ''rt.-.."""of' ---t Smcori Jabnti' .R. J., ., .. _' ...t0 tame'aDd-;'..... lbw. .: wbq,.w. ,ArIN.

,:;..I.B.,. N'10 io.W 100 It. 0 ibft: JiI l100 **-*'.'T: -.onard..F..Ll.f jmlti.il,I.-- -'-.--.'::1.., ";l-4 Beg.r4of NWjI' oW fl'EY Ne, ... TJI. '!r ''W1thtbem. : .

> A. 0.. L. By. In Block 1.1 -"': Baas. Mrs., B. 1..s........ I.S9 trun.Bsg. . lOIo\io ..1t..III'U _' __ ii. '.\. , ::..
:'*1'f.' Baa] .........1........ .f Bloeka L .; ; ? ,K. I.'"" tt. ___..._ .aa..r.,. TUnothir ;..:...........r; IL1IHodges. "
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of 8Eq 11 35
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'ot.d1dl.Ur'7-.ail4''it, Blocklois 1 '. <;, .....' . lie R 1111 .runs ,I',170. ft B44 f4 B 10.1t.. . .' , 'I I J : ,GETTINO. .THII.180fT. !,!\ --I 'I.t..
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17 S. '.7-t I and 4 Block ..-,, Bass, : i----IdI' 6.76 1 --'": .) ; u: I "
1 Lots to lrinclustvel Block /7.i. ...-' Basa, Mr*,, !!I.,.A. ,-...__....,..., lt.90 Bim. cor. ti kw."' ."w ri'1i .., ,"' ,. {
.1ou> 1 to' Inclusive? Block 6Iatr __',Bass Mrs..!!I. A.. .,.... n..,._ It.90 : ':.tt B OI..J \io sirs... TaylorMr&. ytaggf: .."-,..-.'"I ibslJ. : It ".. their nrrt breakfiuii t1J
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11 to 10 lnclu.lv. Block 7.Lot. ..-.-- Baa*,, Mrs.\ A. + 'r- la .H.. A. ,their' .:
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.' Inclusive' Block Stsl ..-... Mr.., K. A. ...-*_ .. SLiSBass' Matbrws A4 Utt..-. \- ; little Oat after they bad ratnrned :/ ..
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.. ._ 'to to t.Inclusive cad Lota 10 ..104 Lot .1.' Block B-___.__.;....______" .' r.'lorbJ'; !' 8mltb .. I:..., 11.01 ::1 from the honeymoon; trip.,. :""
..- Mr*. B. A., .... ; _.. '''I..' W, A. Isi4rirk. Asian:_ -" ,
Lot.11, 'i land.1BTock "9'-"--..-- .... Hall. B. M. *1: .Z..__i ......3 B. '0. MIlIera R.-.b-DIv.'' .f Lot S. ; LOTey 'bad asked Dorer' to: fi* ,

,'II and 7. Block 10 .- Bass PI. ..A.y..._..,-., _... 114.70 DI."k 11"_, \ torn couple ot oft boiled .:
.Lata 1 4, .T. edge ;;
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I and Bass, ,B. ____-.._. 8.SORlroms. ---------- 'Pbomp.om Z. W. - -+- , !"' ( ;
i .LL.otn 1. 4. .6,1B&nd.e. ---.1.---- J. B. ________.._ 14.70 B.",. at NW on". ot Blocky run:ID ills When .th."etrlr8 .werey aerred',;:

Lot. 1 to 10 In"lu..e.' Block 11 ---..- Bass, Mrs..B. A...____..._._._. JO.14 -f4810IftEl65ift8Oft Wift. ;. Lore? opened one of them-and : '
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of A. ,
.ll'. R..WI..I .f,1At .15 III.'t.ft7------ 4 '
's' )ssw .. ,A..UI. Beg. B Qf Y4W cor of Blbok'1rune ; found It to 118bani't .. a rock.

Lot.- ry IS +and* I'.a 1.. Block A _sv_-.. .-.4..di Zack Richardson Est __--_-. I.SS 8' 101 ft. JD .1... ft 8 ao ft VlfW ; Tb ee eg--' are ''Terr bard,1'; .. 1

i 'M* It. P. D..........*.,A....U.._.... -.- Bell. A. B. __.-_______ 18.88 ft.40" G1N3 tV-f? W 141 4f% ft .N. 0' ,:J. ___ -..:.. .0... { :;:. 'exclaimed Love ."!, wanted '., ''

Lot. 1, Block Aw -- .--..- GrlfHn. J. C. ___._______._ 18.S 1744, of Lot 1. Block CI ____________. Alklnson. S. B..1.....___.. 'l.I"H..rweUB.ftI ; them boiled soft,"/ V"Well '
*,: -------- L. 'W. .. "._ .. r.- yel'7' child h 4 .aa.n:at lIe .. -114
.Lol.t..t.. .; Wan* %.' Block A Davidson. A. _._._ ____ 9.'1Davld.on | .U' K -DI.. *f Black ,
and 6. Block i'--- A. L., _.__._....__. Ito) T Ur- ttm .another llttl Iamb dear'thilJ'.oqbt to k' ,' i s
I 1.and 1. 1,d.*Block-F .::::::= Bass. Mrs. B. A.______._.._? 11.'. JIJ- *f Lot 1 and W% of Lot 7. Block 11 __.4.___-.: dial or the'pnUe J'.ott.", replied D TiIJ'. .""Ii just 1 .
Lot. and I. Stock a w-. ---.-- Thomas Walter ?.______._ '.'11 W34 of Lot 4. Block V --_.___.___._.__ Baker B."' T. ..__.._.w whlobl: n. op'gaylyant a pasture '
.Lot. 'I v... RII.It-DI.----- .1 Lots W of Lot I. Block W ____._.._ Allfen C. H. __,__-____ 54.10 f hoped them and boiled than and : JfF' ., "
01... 1w.. BIk. "..", .f It 11. ,P.Droagbt'a 'V of Lot 1. Block T *,..___. ____ Watson. Mr JThompson ___ 4'0 with .its lDoth.r< :;But, bar to a. wildlambthaLwath ; boiled them until I felt yuro that"+
'I. M Lot _,_____ ___ ;
4. Block T _......_-_ J. V.Thompson. __ .. 4'.10 p
( .Lot'' : A..IU--.-....----. Porter, kaVhan ._..______... E.SO 8 18 of Lot 1. Block -"CO" _____-.,.--. ,' :J. W. _____. Lee :moon- &be1':must.be' soft But I ;only 'h r
of. A.MNaso&o ------ Bejr. at tins of Spain,find which to, Mid bjrcleotUta boiled for minutes?,
.. A..ltt. 3Nft : them twenty
y Block ---,; Blekerdlk. Vis. B. _.___' 1.411 147 E60ft.It147fDW} 10.q Gilbert. F. 8.' ___._.... ....,.' .... ; ,
ot. '; 8 1f'I. 10 ___._-_..-__-._-_-__._ Malory, John ...___._.__._ 1.7' All B of A C L Ry. In Block 10. II to W ia mwnber'.oC: th* tams Perhape'I'should bar hi them,
I } op Lot 4. :1, Block S ....-.....---- W. V. Johnson _.._____, 7'1' and .. -_._._..__ jnci..avrvn. n. L. .,....__ 44.19sift 17 from which our dome.tlo'Wurjar.depe.aded.W'A'beautiful !boil for half',an' hone"-CtndnnaU '' ..' .
Block 1 Robinson LlnasBunn. __._. Lot. 1 *ndY"BiocHriFr._,_..____.. Dibble. :J. C. ?_. ___ .4 -- .' '
I ot Lot .'; Book == Jerry _-__.__ 11.11 All of Block IS ......_...___ Campbell Mrs. L. XX:__ .SOWhaloy. : and Innocent ; Enqu11.f.: i.
Lo of 4 and Lot 1 Block II .. Deveaux. Rp.a. Bst.Howard ..r 'I."$ ,,8'f1 of Lot 4. Block 17 __..__.._.__. Ed. ........_ utile creature It U and differ slightly . .. .1
E -- -- .. ___._.___. Beg. S4H of SB ,
$ aad 4. Block Walter 11.14 f.t"N oar Lot 1, Block '
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t W Lot 4 of :t. 6 .._..___. McNeaU Jesse ____________ 11.11 SO, run. N SO ft. W: 147H ft. S 10 fU BaJ. : from tbe pUrfnl, _.llttl.,,*..IAwa-,, all 'i
Lot 1. Block o t _- ____ ..__-_.-.- McLean D. C. '__._._.____ .... E 147% ft _*._____..____ .... R..P. ._._.__-.-.. ".10 4 ., k7Iu .
i 4. --- Weaver H. W. ___.____.__ 11.13 W. Lilly'; Additl.J. ._. .
Lot A Block I r.--------.- Nelson, A. aQaulden. ______________ .1' Lots 11,- 11 and IS Block 1 ____ McLausrhllii _..___ ___ 11.'. .. . "" ..
I All i ----1E44 -/--.----_-_-_-_-._-___ Henry _.____-.__ 14.0 Lots 1 and .. Block S ___.__..._ Paulk.L. _._._r . ...__.-?_ t.SO ,, . t
Lots 1. fi'iioifi less- :/trip 45 ft Lot 7, Blook S .________._.____.._ Smith. RO.. __. .. _-......?.. ,... / --1 /'
: N :. !: --- Anderson, Maggie __________ 4.11 Lot 7. Block _____ ____ OOOl HdW. CO. .___..,_ '.'0JoIn. : -Ij" ,
...wid.rt.. Lasd A 1_- ...-.-.-_--.-.r 0...; WH; of Lot. 11 and lSfBlock"i ._.__... C. M. Rnch __.___. 4.01 ifM. '" "
..... Lot 7, Block 4 ______ QaUas-her. B. P. _.__ 1.06Drigg.rs ?: f .
) "7-- 34 ... -.- Caller IL D. _.._.______.. ....0 .. K. B.tlr*. eu1----- ',' *
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W..II Lots I' A Dey1.'a--- .-.-.-..D.--.-..-.f ..... s.7. Lot 100 ft. quare In NB cor. Blook I__ ", H. H. _______ 11." .. I "a/i?;
t. ., .f r. ... L 0.... ......._ I!!. B ..Water A Ses>a' AMItlm "
Lots l4. It ad and 88*0, Block D .-.-..----. Plummer, R. D. ___._______ 14 Mock. 9 and 10 _________.__._..__ Moody H. W. ________ "$.11 '
. _. __.._ .... W. 44348._ :
0 Ballette. Bstelle O. O. Baa A ;
w..n Lou 10 and A w.rt.11. Block... .._-01.---. .f-.-..-..- Lot 1 ________i.E. l_________-_._____._.__ TlndalL'1f. D. _.____.-... I..SS Trees as You Would 'k
.t r. L. I. Q.'a .r.-7 !. L. LeU>y<* A.".'._ .
I. Ito 43. 44.' A Inclusive 40 Block A _--._.- Unknown .._____._-___.___ 1.10 ___. __________.-___.._____.___ Hicks, M. J. -._._._._____ J.'. . .,.
Lots lwis 1 to I Inclusive. Block B -----. Unknown ._______.____-_ 1.10 gts1Lot _____:__._..-_________________.._ Newton. Mis. B .-_________- '.'1 -I
1 to I Ino.Block C _________ Unknown ______________-___ 1.10 ___"_ ___.__________________ Baas Hull _.UJJ.L_.I ._._ *... -- !
it. 1 to 1 Inc. Block D ..-__-_.. Unknown ___._..____-__.____ 0.10 .1 ___I _______.... Bass-Oscar. -_-..._ . 4.41
E ..- Unknown LIe Lots SI, 111 .1.. 14$7and$7 to 80 Inc. DoD..... A. > ______ _. .. 17.08 : '
Ino. Block -
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:Lots t to I Ino. Block F ...........-- Unknown ::::::::::::::=:::::: 1.10 A. E. 0._...'. .. -D..'. *f Nt .f Bit Grow ThemIf "
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t. t to Ino. Blook q ----..------ Unknown 6.14: 14 .f aEi .f 14w3 39. Tp. SIV .
__________ __ :11
Inc. Blook H _.____.__ Unknown R
: -*>t t. 1_ to to S Block I ----.----..-. Unknown ______________ I..' Lot 1. Block 1 ___._._-__.__.-____ Undermer, C B. -?.?_..- S.ftHanson
t. 1 to' l"a. Block :J ....----..-.- Unknown ._.____________ I.t. Lot .. Block 1 :_______.-.-.___._ R. P. _____ S.SS. \.
t. 1 to t Inc. Block K -------- Unknown ___.________ I." Lot 8. Block 1 ____ Prescott M. M. --..... 1.84
1 to t Inc. Block L ---.- Unknown LIe Lot. i, 4 and t.Block2------...___-. Bronson Wm. ?-___..___ 1.71. / ;,
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: t ta. 1 to t Inc. Block M -----.--------- Unknown ::::::==::==::: 1.10Unknown. Lot 6. Block.SO. ___________.________ RledeU Clara ._._..__.__ 11.$
1 to I Ino.. Block N ------- .__-________________.. 1.10 A. Cra*.* .*I IB. '
Lot. --
Lot. 1 to 9 Inc. Block 0 _-_-_-_---------- Unknown l.tO Lot 17. Block A___'1_____.___.______. Smith Klrby ? 1.31 If yon knew of the work of Prof. shame ; of the'' r- l i ;_
Lou I to 1 Ina Block P ------------- Unknown :::::::::::::=:::::: t.SO Lots 7 and S. Block D _______._.____. Carson C. A. _.:=:===== fell Department :Of Arricultore in catting v down'full.. '
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W..dally s.b-mv..1. .... U ..ttL K. Helgbts- 1 1 1rowa
.6.F.IL L s. t Lot. TlTand 98 ..____.________________ W. O. Hankls. ________ 1.48 '.- citrus boa dronea not worth their keep-*md
Lou 16. 1., 24. If and IT .. .. . Woodalt J. H. ------ _. S.7tUnknourn Lot tt _____ ____________.______ Vans Agnew Frank.- ---- ,the treat differenee trees, all true to Dame the aole t.t:
________.____._______. __.__..:......._.-=.. 1.04: Lou 1S7 to 1SS Ino. .___._.____ _ Oarrett, B. 14.. _.. -_.:_ :: 1:0: standard of '. .
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Lot 11"al Jones, L. R. ____..___.____. 1_04 Lot. 1S4. ISt and ISt _._______._.... Ledbetter F. 8. _.______ L.I some : b' oJ
t.l a-ii-:::::.:::::: "::::::: Darter B. L- 1.14 J.bu e. Park- If you knew the'lldeace of bud selection and b 4., .
_________._::__ ..___ Blake. Qeorga ::::::::::::::::: t.tt: Lot 1. Block SLot ____.__.___.___.. Norton, Mrs W. H. ..__ t." ding and knew bow.to make tie smoothest cleanest, ,
Lotslt an--- .______________________ ..Jack.o"L.I.: F. _______..________ f."$ t. Block 4 --------- B.... Hull ---.-... ... . ... ; ''i
Bllma ___________. t.10 9 ::::::: == and most scientific Joint, without "leaving : : \
16 and $7Lotstj __ Leak.. Lot and 10 Block IS :::_ Nelson A. & ._._____ 1.14Bak.r : humpy
t. I1, ti iaind$1-:...-: : Bryant. 8. B. ___.. iWltherspoon. Lot 4, .. 4. and 7. Block II _________ J. B. _____ __ LII ikaota at the union , ".. .', \ ' .
: :. :::::::::: i iiii--=..-_. 1.44: 0.__." ...... % ... .'.If. knew how, to" the trees- '
A'I you gin to a'qalck; ;
L. 0. Bi..ed'i i.rDIvt. $.. is Let ... .t lID'",e.-1 $Bi.1 PBl ., .', I..
... .. .-_ '14 K vigorous growth without forcing with'excessive; fr-
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'M.f' r. Sams. William ._____.______ 1.44 Lot* 4 on.dTplook t __ Norton Mr O.Lsland. .__.__.__._ .... timer,' and how to keep them aheolutely clean, and, '
W. alarm:..ia--Dif--i-ii-i Lots 4. f. 8. 7. and I Blo-------------- K. K. .________.____ .... free from insect ...... ' ,
.... Uswlattcsl less.- puts or i ,
:!:.. .Lata P. L.10..and Ca'u It 11.t ._--.._.______.....- Wayman. Anna _._____-_....__ ,.:..' SWU of BW. les. be. NB cor. run. -' -- If yon knew norsery; production'as It Is prsetie.dl "ff! '
F. L. I. C.... fl.rr.,.. o..IdrLot -- fII"ft.W'to Bdof See- 16;then --I-- .-- -----..noridCaD4"th.n&De"-oarmwthodi"* ;,..o'You ,. .
$4 B of )Midland R,.. -----.------- Bstey. C. H. ._____-_-.____-__-_ 1),46 N StO 0t.8'fu to b.g.; also less her. ttft. *f ;w ?
W..tt. A nerk ."'- .*- N cor. runs-M 417 ft. W S10 would grow-your;trees yourself just as-, we ',,'"' .
. alt. 1*.S- I. Col. .erveyPertU ft. 8 .S7 ft. B'SIO ft. Sea 11. Tp. St. jrrow them for you but you could not produce a .mallquantity I' . J ,
f Let 4. I. 7. S *nd 10 _._.___------..-- Unknown _______.________.... .... R. ... ____ ____ ____ ____ __- _____ N.1.on, A. 8. __ 11.11Voile. the { '
U 11. U -- White P. O. __________________ .... $W3, of SE14. Sea 1$. Tp. U R 1$.__ Mrs. L-------::===-= 1111$ at same z 'oInto sell them to you at., I ,
t 'flV1of" tt.oB'ienoitt..tNtIei BH of NBU of NWH of NW( Bo SS It will'Bay yon to thia and got our atsv>;; ,

'w 140 ft. 8 119 : it. Bchmlut wilbelm __.______. l.tO Tp. St. .B J __-_ ._ K.o.,.. A.. W. ._..______ 1..10 .. In act, you,cannot afford'not to.,
L. rlckVB.* .01. *f Lt T* .t V. I- Beg. 4.11 .. cba. E and 14yds. N of BW' a -'- .--....... -- --.4.Omdorf '" 1 II
..sobe1Lot..CI cor of flW K of NWU 80. 36. Tp.
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/ ..nd 10 ----.---------- fcLanren. H. L. ___...___.__ 11.14 SC R .., run B 140 )'d.. N TO yda. a
W'140 ,.d.: 870 ,.tI. 1m.. .... ,. ;/t "
I.: f oWr, ::; 13751 oft A W. H. K..... ......D... *f Lat 15" .< V. '. ':i . I ,
101 LttC o.s1 reIv ft N p. ft. --.-.--- Hammond. N. .__..i--rr--r-T r-i-ir S.4SAiry. I* L C..'. sarvey- -

.w. H. ...-- e.-s.bDly.. .t Lot is. Lou' 1 and S __.__.._ ____ Burn.y II __.._........... .... Lake Garfield NurseriecBARTOW .. : '
A..U..... ........... Par Lot 11 and 1) _....__.':.__.._... MeNI. I. _.._._____, 4.0McBride. ,.. : : .
t .________.._____-.___.________ Salll ___ __________ 1.44 Lot 18 ___r.r____._.__.___ J. O. ... .-_ L't .
....._. P..... belag a I.b-D/vld.a. .f Lot .7 ..____.___.____ Porter Nathan _.__ LNMartin. .
Lots a sad a .t r. L. L Ve... hri. .11 ind rS4..__________.__ 8. J' ; ,nowoA .
Lot St __.____ __ L Ul ,
,I.Io' .. -. .., Downing a W. ..............._ ..11. Lou 87 and SS ... ,.M..._. ivminngson.0.a.------ I.." 41 : :fi tilt'
,' Cady. A. **-"u_. .. .... Lot SI ____ .,
.nJrJ. and 40" .
--r.TT.J.> > __ Lo. 0.15 '
i.Ii.. --ro--ir-'f..j-.n. ..- LaLond, B. '_____________ 1.... . '. .B.F T ; .' ". "" ,. h,
:t. '4' and 4 .._=__-_-_____._. Eng-llsh. John _.,.........i.n .. ... '.'1 .

_ .ROBERT..__ ..B41... ......ADDITIONk. ..Dh'r. .t BleeIUJ- s'DlA. "L f ".w ; :. " I> . O.'Tea W. *Collector-r T ,
.' :, : .,Lot', ...1 _L"H.__. .' .... ,,---, ....-:-.-;. 1\1..r.. ,.,.:Luer"I.'.: )-.._. '. '._' ..,.I'I'___' .'" 1.1'" y., ,'. : : ..., i. ."''.till',,", I.... ,, By. J.,B.'UILBERT. '" D. C-r.' . . .---. .... .. ... .. .>. 0 < . _. .....
AO ..
-- ,Sanders.: Dal.y'------ 4.01Bamon. -." -- , ..
-. W:. o!Block n7::::: :::: :: .. .Alonso_T________.'__. 9.9S ,... "' ;
..._._... ......DI.. BIk "H L- !.Silk'marouliett '.Is'already In -evidence : 4 00 .. ,4 04 000004040 <> 4 40 ) ;44<
Lot. 1 and I ..___..__._____.____ Mao W. ________.__._____ 1.1 SPORTS SHOES.For for dreiey aoittunea. It ia a ; -
Rogers, Loorenla _________... ,.
sb.ens.kery s.MDii.of ;d.-.Q-L"- Time ort of fine grenadine whldh. was immensely : SEED POTATOES .
Lot Porter Nathan .__._________. 6.20flay the. First History Wom popular some few seasons , ; 'I' h.
liO-t"N iif cot ofBiocrunsWtOftN k-"T'-C.: ; .n'. Fsst Ar. Emancipatsd. :
Beg 0ftE90ft.S60ft. /.. 8. L. ___________________ II fill ago but which was displaced in favorof FCR'FAlLfLANTING... >> .,.
W'%" of Block "U L" ------------------ Cochrane A. B. ______________._ 14.70Bronks Sports clothes are good looking, they voile and cotton and: silk crepe. ." .. -- .' 1.. it'f'.. .

Waters..A Corso. 6.b-DIv..t "[ L ALot. are comfortable they give freedom to ; Spauldinr Rose .No. 4. Find Class 'aeedM&2S'';; per'.Ia. . l ;

11 and 16 --S--------JC.-J-------- H. F. ______._.________ S.SB body and to lungs. Sports shoes, for tile QuWne That Does Not Affect tile Heal and fifty pound bag, freight. prepaid. STOCK' LIMITED. .. .,- 'platys. .. ..f-; 1order

D"89ft."'. at 8 NE BO ft. .B U ft. N CO ft. ------ Allen C. B. .__________________ B.tO the first time in woman's history allow i.vaaaoMopuININ8i.. .. eacet. LAJCA- promptly. -* ,' t3 m:
Bell' at B W cor of Block 4. run. N ISO her feet tor be set off the ground In bMtsr than onUnsr* s ,. .. 'iJI ,
ft. S 150 ft. B 96 ft.: also be< Oniiilo add does not causs ncrrousae sot > t't'KILGORE
ft. W 95 Block 4 run. 8 ISO ft. E..U ft. that healthful and satisfactory way rtufinm In bead mrmbrr th. full name and 'X--;
NB cor. ft. B. SS 42 which men have known for years. look for ths .ttriulurc of B. W. OKOVU. lIe I. ,
N 110 ft. W U :lIwf lmiC::::::: ::::::
15.90 L
Lots 1 and S. Block t .i" - This matter of foot furnishing ;
6 -- Hopson. C. A. .-___?_-________ 16.90T. very --- SEED .CQlMPANKPLANT \
Lot S Block ,
Lots 4,6 and 6 Block -. ---------------- J. Bell E.t. ________________ Z4.20 la In Itself a boon since It not only la', ', : ;
1 and I. 8 ______.._________ Warlna' R.: D. iiiukeu the Coot Itself symmetrical, but Send Your CITY FLORIDA.' '*
L11 of Block Mock -- Has. C. C. --:._:::::::::::::.:: .Ug us .. ,..., , ,. .. . .,'.. ...'t.' fMayLumber -,
Block 18--- -.- ________________- the la held right, hips and shoulders -- -
B.R.05 ": N.or.end of of Block 20. runs--8 100ft Tlner W. R. 18.4iMrS. body are well poised the woman for +4*+++* ********. *,.*****'. **, :*44<>*..* **. .*" *. _.}*i t,<>*.9 .. *< i. .:.

N 1110 tL W 1110 ft .. Prlscllla Bass Bit .. . 29.2S .. . ... ..
iii 100 ft. --- _
Lot. 1 and .. Block It ---------------- Minx Julia A. ________________ 11..' once may walk as a human being and Orders ForI ... /"T,.,. .---; .. .- '__ .,!" -, ..-; . :':- : ; ;; .

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LotLoots S Block 12 ----------- Mrs. C. A. Minx ".t. 6.JO not as a mincing feminine creature. I .,
i and B Block A_. Fmma Bass .__ ..___._____ __ S8.4B
S, ---------- ? .
Lot 1. Block 11 -.--________-__ FlemlnR, D. Kst. ______________11.14Robinson This correct poise of the foot and Bodyla I 1'; \ '. ." :. ., c
Lot 6. Block Bi"60"ft."s'of ________-_________.____ Elisabeth ... J .J"McLean. something that conserves the BKAMS ;J nA
Block D O. C. _::::::::: 16.0):
N'Ao Lnt. 4 and i. ---------- ----- --- FIRE ESCAPES,
whether walk stands
strength one or
NfJ cor 01 Block M runs 'V 98 It. Co
D..g.860 ft. m U ft. N iO It. ----- Smith, J. H. _____________.___ 18.1B for walking is made easier and more UllANNKLS!: 41rWLo
NB cor. Lot l"Blo ck M. ANGLES AND ..
B.r n W99ft.S60ttB99ft.N60ft.S Smith J. H. _________________. -..71 pleasurable the heart' has less workto .
85 ft. of Block N and bed. at 8W cor. do there ia no wrong pressure upon ALL,SHAPES esate'as4 Retail Dealers Ia' '
of Block N run S 19V4 ft. B to Right nerves or the bony structure. +
of Way of A C x. thence
Rt. of to 8 BdY.! of Block Nathan Osteopathy of late years has proved BOILER PIRATES "

to bejr.way__-_ ___-...-.-_ RlT..r, W. M. __________________ '&.111 YELLOWPINE: LUMBER.Shingles < ,
Lot I W of Rr. In Block P------"...----- Bas, N. F. 6.3< that this last named mistake sometimes TANK STEEL : :jk
Lot. S and-4 Block P and Lots and affects the general health, or .
________ __ ____ ______ GALVANIZED .
4 Block Q ______ Mr. )of M. Maklnson S6.T6 of the various of the .
Robert $** .* A dltl' .-- health organs COPPER ANDSHEETS and;' Lath 1' fr
Lots S and 4 ... _------:----_-_--- Alfred Oreer E.L 7.58' body, and certainly that which affectsor tZINQ :, $ j
Chandler. Florence .______.___. 14.70N. i
Lot. 11 and IS ------- harms the general health will not ;
1C Asrrey- '
So.tK Florid. 11. : '
All Fractional Block 1 --------_--- Bass; F. ________.__>____. 9 .5 add to the beauty to the good looks of NOUSE'BILLSSPECIALTY! : .
Cot 7; Block 7 ,.___::_____ : _______--- Hicks, M. :J. _________-______ t8. 6Kulp the complexion the contour of the face TRUSS RODS ,

1ot Lot :. and lock SW ''2:!'ofLot 6.:_Block-12= Ta lor., Mr.J. M C...C._-_-._. lUU: nor the brightness and pleasing expression ; STAY.BOLTSSTRUCTUKAIj ? All W4aslt',it I Ic'Cu'ra v. is yaw cstisaatts.Conrteont t. :I':,( r

Lots t and 7, Block IS .-_--..__------- Aultman. 8. B. II." of the, to AUe.Uoa aid :
eye. Pro"tpt DeliveryPhone21 >-,
Beg. 9S ft. S 47 dea B of most norther3y m- 1" '
of Block 41 To hark back to the matter of the EBON WORK - ;>!i
cor. '

,50 60 ft.ft..8 N< 43 42 d"'E. W U 9"nt.J ft _.__41___d"eeli__;._JS__ Bus. Bull __;_--.-.---- SI.tO correct and mannish' last used ,for OF ALL KINDS, ; t :It .Kissimmce ;>fl a... 'ti\\

8 .ee. IttJ.nX\ sports shoe for women, it baa doubtless ; ,, .;. ; .
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n runi N 41 d.n. B 7t i't #
how .
f"B surprised many to find out ALL BARD WOODSDORIES ,c'"I:; -- ,' : 1 N
W 7X 4S deli. Vf It ft 8 47 deg.Lot. 'j :f'

\ 'm "A. -..-._.... _.-.--- Basa. 1t..1 _.._.._____ 1t.I' becoming these shoes are to the feminine . . ,.. .. '. ,'. > ,
.'Lot I..Bloek 1. .. : ________._ Bass. Hull .__.._.____ 1.91 foot. Indeed any correctly shaped ' if1., .., I'I.'
A. S and 8 and a.trip t ft and 4 -LAUKCIIE8' 'f{

1tO Inches<"Bro ont,ki N8'TfTp side ..of-Lot R-ir Siirvy'uxa 4. In Block! : 7fakln.op, W. "B. '_.........--_ StJ.SI french foot high needs heel pelther to'appear pointed to'adtantaige :toe-nor- 'AJTP ;.<, !"O( ... 6't. i .ooo, ....6Vo.. 0'f' 0 "i,. :... .,_...' ;:;'*:;:;

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__ tor theia Indeed are supposed to .... {, :
Lot 1 of W_ Cannon' .AdditionOH Thurman. H. W. ,..______ 71S.SI ;
W_ Hoewotl's Addltl.aJ.ot bide or disguise defects aa ..,n." to TO, \ '
I and NW' 'of Lot 6 --=------ Grlt I. 0. ____ U.TO .'ORDERSOILEIW' L : :South Apopka ;Citrus: ;NurseriesrY
heighten
I ot. n. II &lId-U.Jo.. a strip U\io ..t. good points f ., :
+ wIde .N \end' _....--..___ Johnson C:!. P. __..:._.t__., t1.11 But the human foot,.the natural human AND ..... . : '
Lot SS -........._--._.._. ,,- Willis Gab _____ 11.33: i.
5'S ,. toot In possessed of Its own beauty TANKS' DTJITJT y
wry Csm -'s Additl.a TO. *&
Lots LL 4 And; I..a.:..:.. ...,..-- 'W.B.'.L... MaklD.on Co,-...,.._... .47.11 and. looks ....e1111& any shoe which ORDER r. .. c .cs OcoeeFlar: da'! ,.! .1

]\f. Ir... Daw.a AadU.ar-.tn" Vim. Lumber Co. ,. 1'-, ... RioOiceoLnmier baa a good last as Its foundation and I <{ ;'tj / , ,
t. :, '
,f,t.IIk, t'.r: at oornDilrlesopekillga"i(i So.. women as wefllaa: men Clew,With'aarprlaV.thai'trim."daintymember .. fr PUMPS FOB ArkJ. . j,. 1'F ,...,;- J 'S. ,1

: +1' \ o.pehallga. runs.v.N.,17t.t.a.tejly. ) r..de Toho.. W.::<,,-. ."fl. ":I,,.... '.,' .iloo ( in a "". -. PURPOSES .l ,, Jc 'Aaugll tile'; leadltiK varieties'of; ..t.t:
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211.4 ft, Uin- (A a .ovthsrly direction t. V.r 1" :; ."Q AIL/6; ,sporta shoe,:wttb'low beelr broad-toe,. ,COMPETENT.. FOROB; Or' and:"Grapefruit treesvitt' .

o b ,.,:,, ",:,4 .' '; .. ,! 'Ca '..:::..'..i, ,, :well laced ankle so truly good looking ".1 ....: ,FOR:ROAD ,WORK : ; : 1 < .
Breese- .
Lots 12'! 1f 5t' S 7.'t..t1t.' ',i.,. 14. 'I1I. *. : : + ." , 1f.'''lI. I., 22.22 14 ;I'.. 30 't\ i.I ", ' \! S. 'r' r'
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41. 41.'.., 11.114., ? i. I'. 17. is.. I'. '0.. " \ i pinched and cramped pedal'extremity, :AUli rainyseason law"i \ .
; t2. .4t. tit 71. -... -., ." !' '1 .4 fiXNDS ., .. ; ,; : t\.q i,:>, '"
'; nJ\t\;:} ; :i1'aa, d 1!: ,, So.Tls..Lumbet Ca: ...",. :,._..: tottering, about on ridiculous heel; time to & t flood;'tress'sS4ii .

Lot' t" 'w' _-...-.--+..!"::.. -. ; -4', : L.dbetter.J.C.. +. ::1-, ..,_.." st.ot wbickwla.:4me.tconsldered: 'the:only trees.f r .
: A pt '. .utl- '. '- : d' .., .r.... .. y for'.',Woman's foot be Id wlH keep>' oie ara..8f8w.1.. ,I '. "-
.O.-T. ,, way to eeen ow-; y ; s
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IJQ.o rJ: T 'C' .TAFD or r-A"- ,(r. 11M1Naharg , \' I
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;. \ I aICMOLACoVr Extensive Cowstruction :
(> ".. \ .> JI 1' Lc.iA4tiacM i ,- I.' < ,. { i. r. :...... s4 Ari. ......... n.:.:.. ; '" ,'o-a. ty. 5. - '

.. 'SEEr.JS n1s lotlc u hereby' liven te all whom Peter ta we . : e I U may boncrn. that ontb. .IOU, day Notice I. hereby. "given. ,.'t, alt. who S ; .
"" : of February, A. D. 1,16 1 hall It that on the 4th day of
r'. ... ',J oN N f t) I' ill A l 11 IIIMMIIUMMMimMMiw tot the Honorable T.. U.b.turpby. f'Ppl., September may concern A. O., shall apply,t* JJr .G. ;L'RAMSEY. Jflghwayig1neerqI :
i ,- . e ., Of .*ld: Court a. Judge .f .. lor the li9norabis,7. u..1'M1 ', Judge of "
{ t ',- f -.....'11. : : "I'; " .. __ P A.rr&cuELw.r : my: peal dlenarc a* &4ml..l.trator of aid. court as \Judg of probate forSnal '
the of deoeaa
We 'C&I'17"alItJae.lea'I ratal Aaron Keesbury. discharge aa administrator of the
.: 'varieties, pf Farm. FIeld and. -. -, 'd|. and that at that time I will pres.nt tat-of Peter OullajL, dcaeedi; and The f ollowin* article concerning;'the aquege.es-for. long ffistance&_The work, .' : .
:x > .,1., ,c' 'Oar.ui .eds that bare been coBw-TTr.. STAT or Administrator of aald. ..I.&t.. .and 'ask the .ald$ 'court my flnal aooount a* new brick road of Oration county' .ppearod has been very' much facilitated by the .

; >': tested ud>known to .be eseclaUy rLOR...... to,vat.4'Au.th.lr "PPI'9"t.J.ID', .L" -. UU. administrator ef said. *tat'*,,end ask In'last ....k.., 'lssu. of the use of,.this machine;as an average of- "'. i ;

adapted to Florida : 111. DROUOHT.. for their approval. ( i Manufacturers' Record, published .t 1200,yards a day has been maintained .
oa.... B: x .rb.seu .... o patedMarck. .4. : .
4.4StJj
; soil and climate.. II I m t n AdmlnUtratorMOT1CB \TAN:. BaltimoreThe : ., '- : since it was put on the work.After l

,,; K. ........DeI........: . _-.....f..mo..l1 'Administrator.sir -contractr for the"construction initial set baa.taken place the rode-

. : ,.. 1'03. Baldon 'Dfndant In the abeveeaua : rOD BIDS of 57 miles of brick roads in Orange way .Is covered. with sand to the depth, '

' ", l"O'lJ'LTa'l'' PEED.I '.' *.. and. all.othr persons. lntrt Sealed bids will-be received by the com STATK!OW'OH"COUNTY FLORIDA JPIMHB county were awarded, by, the county;. of an-"tacit or more.nd thoroughly' ;('f

'$V1'FLIESJL coil are h.r.by aotlfled that-a "Writ Board of County Commissioners of Os- ',OSCBO>UA_COUNTY commissioners on February 8,"1915. wetted down and .1s kept In this condition ,

PCVDA'1'9M.. ETC.i ,.. of Attachment has b..n Issued afalnslyen eeola County', up to II *..in...hpt.mb.r.tb RoadwayNo.' .' 1, running; south from )or four' or-five. days .and the i"4pavement \
and stock of roods at Nar- 1st K* .te .f HJrwl.i H. Bridgeei
I re
.your UII on assellne or on Tractor
1' : coos.**. County of Oeecola State of Knrln of about 10 hors" .... or Ii Notice I* hereby given to all whom the southern city limits of Orlando to Is kept closed for two
,i ,OOITKBr.4s. PRATT Florida.y ha. been attached to .atld,. Tractive horse power presided withdraw It may concern, thaI on the loth. day the Osceola county' line. distance'o: before traffic is allowed upon It.
BCKOIdNKS"VVIUTK '. the demand of Cb... H. )(_r..ou.*, bar attachment the of February A. \t, I ShaH apply '
red this
ao ar ran awarded the Alabama
13 to Thebrlck'used .work
miles
Judge was on
? ; Plaintiff In th. above causa, amountlns to the Honorable T. M. Murphy.
Hundred road machine may be drawn on the .f said Judge of Probate for Co. of Birmingham Ala. Work made the Southern Clay .
: CATAIXX3UE te Two I Seventy-four fl-IOO side of Tractor M..la.mo.e. Court. as ; Paving by' \
: FOB road while
(|T4.4t) Dollars. my final dlceharire a* Administratorof c&mnienced 1. Abou Co. its Robbins weeb'I:I
it'April at plant \
L alongth* canter of read.Bids . was on turing .
,AND WEEKLY PBICB Now.: ....I.>'!. yon shall appear before the estate of ErwIn H. Bridges, deCeased -
th. vountcourt In and for the County to cover engine and draw bar the cam tlmei' I will 10 miles of this roa.a'. h.s been completed the average result of the tests
Ll8T"ffl
of HllUborourh. State of Florida, attachment delivered set up and demonstrated present i ron.I..t t my final accounts to date. Following; the general tests On the enjtire road has been
i I frt) >fonday In Bp- at or near Klaalmmee. FlorIda n. Administrator of said estate and ask .'.4S ,
,", . tldA.OIID.tb-'l: : judsrmnt; will be for their approval.Dated custom as practiced In Southern Flor. -22, <
\ .t&b1Iihedand Lirge rendered a..atn.t you and your propertyold The Board reserves the right to accept August 2nd ItlK. 'Ida-the brick are laid flat on a foundation .Jn addition to. the nine feet < "".
I Oldest for nd.bted...... or reject any or all bid. A. A. DROUGHT.: of sand only and held in place built the county through Winter'
by
i' Seed House (n Florida this Kth day of Jun.. A. D.. E. L. LE8L.EY.. 15-1 m.< mo Administrator.
'fi..t Ur.t.4 Attest: Chairman.J. by a 4 by 10 concrete curb molded in Park the city council has bull"80 additional

( HILBURNT" BUL.U L. OVBRSTRBET. CUrk.. S4-4t place on the ground. The immediate feet In width through Its business .' ,U

: L:.'A, MARTIN SEED CO. l$-lt. Attorney for Plaintiff. IN CIRCUIT KMVKNTH COUnT JUDICIAL.STATE! OF ClllCllT FLORIDA - effects of the construction of this road section making'the pavement 89-.. '8.'
-
- NOTICE) OF AnMl.-HliTTIlATOIl NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OSCKOI.A COUNTY.' through this territory has been the feet wide. They have recently passed I "M

: 20e East Ray Street, f For FtsuU piIn ..... ...) IX CIIAJlCEHV.U incorporation of the Taft Drainage a bond issue a portion of.which will 1fl

-1 T : !.JAOK80NVILLID FLOHIDARUBMYTISM C..rt ., Co..l7 J.J... utIo .1 neprtsaea lirnre sit UlsiMvlllen of llsi..l. District When the canals are'eom- be used In, building_additionaL l .brickvstreets.

"'01, FI.rIds.In 24. 1515.Notice I vs.Ida pleted over 62,000 acres of good agri- '.>
county.r* estate "of John Pierce Osceola IQrklry.. I>.fnd.n cultural land will be available for set Much has been said recently In mag-1' i ;

I Is hereby "given that Byron It appearing by affidavit appended to to the construction,of tj.; '
tlement. azines relative ,
Notice Is given to all whomIt
hereby A. latten. of LouKhman Florida.. whoon the bill filed In the abovB-stated cause ;;
may concern that on the 30th day I defendant therein 2 awarded the roads in Florida. If the cities ,
March. 80, 1914 made Honlest<>aKntrv. < hat Ida Ecklvy. the Roadway No. was to brick: .
of November A. D. 1916, I shall apply No. OJ2666. for Northwest mimed In .. non-resident. of the state will ordi-n*
Quar Southern Co. of and counties adequate
To. I Clay Manufacturing : pass
to the Honorable M. Murphy. Judo
: / ;* or Florida, and Is resident of Canton
ter. (Section I 2, Township 26 South a
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of said court .. Judo of Probate. for flange 27 I ....t. Tallahassee. Meridian State of Ohio. lj over the age of twen- Chattanoog-a Tenn. The first brick In nances for the protection of 'their

4, ", :' 'Will c Rheumatism; Neu- my the final estate discharge of John as Pierce administrator deceased.of hall flied notice of Intention to malThreeyear < y-one years: It In therefore ordered the entire system was laid on this roadon streets and roads; if they will see that, -
( ;
\ ., Proof to establish claim tc hat said iion-ruildent defendant be andI
March 31 and the -road all service mains whatever-nature ,
'
Colic ,. and that at the same time I will present was com
yral.'ia. Headaches Cramps the land nbovo described before Clerk I to to the bill of comilulnt
'j. ruqufrt
f appear
il to said court my final accounts asadministrator and thrown to traffic in'the ground to the >
Old of Circuit Court at Klssimmee.! Florida flied In said cause on or before pleted open on are placed prior
'I f ;Sprain Bruises, Cuts: Burns for their approval.of said estate and ask on tho Dth day of Hopivmbi-r 1910 klnndny.. the 4th day of October. A. O May 1. The construction of this road layingof the pavement; if, they' will
r-' Sore Tetter Kin-Worm Eo : Claimant names as witnesses: Hlfi. otVu-rwlHO. the allegations of said lines engineers}and place
, f : { Dated May IS A. D.. 1916. Richard Qausln. of ouKhmnn. Fla.. was along the same as roadway employ competent
-1: -: jrerna, etc. Antiseptio Anodyne, W. B. CRAWFORD Administrator. Henry W. Stark, of LoUKlunan. Flor ,1,1)efcndHiit., ) will be token as confessed by aald No. 1. The effect of this road on gen. them In charge of the work; there Is

',: 'Yused Internally externally. 25c.M ..- .-t0.14-...a Ida.Harley It In further ordered that this order eral conditions is thus r refer red to in no question that dependable streets .
; J. Rhodes, of ,
" k'i . LoughtnanFlorida. be publin1u once a week for four con- a recent issue of the Orange County and highways will be the result.

; ; tETUS HAVE YOUR BILL.-;--- -- !. Clresilt Court, Mate of Florida, fiillen) F. Page ot Loughnan. Fin HHrutU'e wvekn In the Klsslmtnee Valhy Citizen: Many officials from other parts of "

'" \ II....... Jvdlrlal. Circuit, OsceolaCenaty 32-Bt ItOliEld' W. UAVJS. ReKistorla ijHEettu. H newspaper published visited the Orlando
l', >- YOU HHld fnunty and State. "The whole city turns out for s the state have ":
WILL Is '
WE
SURPRISE Chant-cry.
_e', i .,_ This Allxoxt 24th. 1916. drive on the Conway brick road. Theysee Maltland road during its construction If'.nd

t'' :( t Anna M. .J......., 43esspllnsit Clrrult f'.rf. Slate of Florida Crtrnlb rt. rt. $unl) J.Clerk!?. OVERSTRBB1T.Circuit Court. improvements on every mand so general Is the expression of .

" ,. ;: . ,.:; If you. want material we manufacture vs.Damlol. D. "......., Dcfcsidasit. County JucllrlHl, Isi IrraK CluiHerry.K. Oseevla. Hy .JAMES M. JOHNSTON. Homes being built and others being approval by them that the writer Is ".''-, ,'*
Deputy Clerk. belief that the results will. J
painted. Gardens alive with flowers. to the
) : ?t' .from the stamp and can save you It appearing" by affidavit appendedto (2. FarrlB, Complainant, KKIHIIR' & STEED.Solicitor The beet farms in the county. Great le far-reaching and that this is only .r.J I

:.,. :''-'_ j i )8One). We Guarantee grade and the bill filed In the above-stated ... for Complainant. 3641 fields of corn, melons beans etc. the first of many roads that will 'be J"l
.
tbat Daniel D. the Z. II. S.lIh'II. Itrlcmammt.It
cans Johnson defendant .
"i, ; I (workmanship.. .to be up to the Stand therein named I. a non-renl- appearing by affidavit appendedto PUBLIC SALE Lands are being sold. Prosperity 1'1 built in the state of Florida usingT' i
'
,.' ''. ,." ard.' dent of the state of FlorIda. and la I a the bill filed In the abovestatedcause rampant. People look like folks; they grout of sand a a filler. ?.
-" \ resident of Scotts Bluff. Nebraska and that Z. R $Mtlllwell the defendant Instate *f John W. Thos s>aa, Tlrrrmmri.Hy seem to have the wrinkles of inlt
,.(, that he Is over the age of twenty-one therein named. Is a nonresidentof virtue of the Statutes of'the 8tat care
; , Yellow Pine Lumber Co. years; it is therefore' ordered that said the State of Florida, and Is a resident ot Florida. In such cases mad and pro- wiped out. Only the chronic kicker ..-.-...............-.... .si.
:c .( non-resident defendant be and Is here of Spirit Lake State of overthe x Ided. and by and under the order 1siued which every community is troubled r
by required to appear to the bill of age; of :twenty-one years; f'r.ath: : out of the Court of the CountyJudge with remains, and he is good-natured VALUABLE
1-; 'Promptness Our Watchword.Phone complaint filed In said cause on or before fore ordered that said non-resldem. of Osreola County. Florida. on HINT
.
.tl, : .- ?;? ; the 17th day of September.A. defendant be and Is hereby required the 2bt day of August A. D. 11.. and ly tolerated. ,':
, ; 195. Klsslmmee. Fls. D. Itli. otherwise the allegations directed, for the of the residents of
:i h: i to appear to the bill of complaint filed to inc purpoa paying "Inquiry among For
. ; ((,I' ...... -- of said bill will b* taken as confessedby In said cause on or before the 17th debt. legacies. .and dower I will that section shows that they are accomplishing Tuck Sbrlnkage.Wbenmaking
said defendsnt.It 'day of September. A, D. 1815 otherwise offer at public sale or auction at the np weab material t
; Is further ordered that this. order the allegations of said bill will Front Door of the Court House In KlIminev. *- two days' work In less before a
ii iOhiIIs&everh b. published one a week for four con- be taken a. confessed by said defend Osceola County, Florida, on than one day where hauling of build low for .brnkac tm
: ecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee. Valley MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 'TH. 1915. ing materials melon. to the railroad the time
No.vhpt.p.r.d.sn7't : Oasette, a newspaper published In ant.It Is further ordered. that this order between the hours of legal sale to.wlt: tuck on the Inside turnIng "
said County and State*. be published once. week for four < 4 > Ht one o'clock 1'. M.. the following properly farm crops etc., are concerned. bfol
\\if \ for MALARIA Of CHILLS e\ FEVER This 10th day' of August. Itlt. consecutive. weeks In the Klsslmmee to-wit: Roadway Np. I 5 was awarded to R. and stitch dow t second

- rhre or sU doses will* break., cete, end (CL Ct. Seal) J. L.. OVKRSTREET Valley Uazette. a newspaper publishedIn EIGHT HUNDRED HEAD OF STOCK M. Hudson of Atlanta Ga. This commences time. This can b easilylet I

..." t jtf lake the* .. tosOe the F.,., will notreturn. Clerk Circuit Court. said county and State.This <'ATTL.E2. more or less appraised at at the northwestern city limits out and the result most }
... .It act. the Uver better thaa2Se LEWIS! O'BRTAN August. 13th 1816. 1200000. In the following: mark and
m
r '. or.... Solicitor for Complainant ".It (Seal) J. L. OVERSTREET. brand: and runs through the towns of Lock-: satisfactory. This is especially S
; .LCslat.l ...140..DO& &dI e Clerk Circuit Court. Flmt. Staple fork upper bit In one har.t Piedmont and Apopka, with its good for girl?

"'; : '- NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION By JAMES M. JOHNSTON. ear -sharp. split In the other brandedT terminus at Plymouth. Work' was awS .d
J, Clerk. over A.8..cond. To
Deputy M.k L- .
'1" ; : . Ii.parI.a4 ef the'iterte.j U. .. Lo.s>dOfe.ee LEWIS 0'HRYAN.Solicitor Swallow fork uudr half started in March and about0 miles When lighting the gas
\ at ...... .rt... ".11' for Complainant., 3461KOTICH flour de lie In one *ar, upper square In will have been completed by August 1. bo
: .4. ida.Notice the other branded flour de Its over H. turn the key"on t but only "
No. 4 awarded to the
Roadway was
' Third. Swallow fork upper ana Under and :
of
: C'RAYSTONE i I. hereby given that Harley OF APPLICATION FOR TAX bit In one ear. sharp wallow forkIn Southern Clay Manufacturing Co., but four-fifths t way M .
j : J. Rhode, of Lourhman. Florida who DICED tINDER SECTION-* AND the other branded E 6. as yet nothing has been done on this that sufficient a enters.throughthe ,;
Homestead 4T8 SHNKHAl STATUTES OFTHE
on November It Itli, .made .
And all other cattlablonrlnir to sir This win elim
01121 STATE! OF FI.ORIDA road. It is hoped however that work
,,/ ,. Entry Mo. for Ntt of NBU BE said estate of whatever mark and p.
- WTof NB U Section 3?. and SwU of br..nd. will commence not later than August mat t and give pro

, :i- ,! 'i. I. TUWI. ,,"". 'L I..'tuTu, . **T. ; NW Range Hi 17 Section Ea. .16 Tallahassee, TownshIp Meridian.14 South. Johnson Notice la purchaser herebygiven of Ta that Certificate William Aljio.. ONE" LACK MARE. aporaUedat 10. When completed it will serve one pnl flow of a and" c
00.
.. ,' ha filed notice of" Intention to make No. 88S dated the 7th day of July A. The$75 said stock of cattle will b* sold of the most highly-developed garden- mantle gets : ,
Commutation Proof. to establish claim D. Itll has filed said certificate In my truck districts in the State of Florida,, throw a little ordinary salt '-,
as a whole to the highest and beat
i Year Round to the land .above described before J
office, andhas made application for
Open
; bidder. subject to the approval and confirmation well of the finest citrus fruit
Clerk 01.CJreult Court at Klsslmmee.. Tax Deed to issue In accordance with as as one the same from t top .wJ
Florida, on the Ith. day of September law. Said certificate embrace the fol of the Court. sections. The towns of O oee. Winter will consume '
r A..sV*V A..A..A..A..A.A A..A.sV.ssvA..A.*V.saL.A.A..s> .sA A. uu. TERMS QF SALE er. u
Claimant names .. wltnesse: lowingdescribed property situated In Five Thousand Dollar. Cash at the Garden TUdenville and Oakland will make your' mantle .
---- Osceola "
to-wlt
Byron, 1>att.... of Lou.bm1"1or.- -County Florida : time of the sale, and the balance In two be In more direct touch with the coun- e
Lots Thirteen (1*) and Fourteen (14) It also coatIng i
... ,
ida. annual with Interest. whit .M
payments seat. The of construction on
type
ty
of Block On Hundred and nine (108)
Richard Oausln, ef Loughman. Flor cured by notes or chattel-mortgages of the) makesjJt _
mUe
ida. of the Town ot St. Cloud. according to the cattle sold. this road will be In part brick laid whh "

Hnry: TV. Stark of Loughman., Flor- the recorded Plat thereof. Th. right reserved. to reject any and I flat with sand filler, and part wire-cut-. 1 much ll. , .r, .: ,
The said land assessed at the :
being
k tAt".ROBERT W.'DAVIS. Register.HOTICK date of Issuance of such certificate. lathe all the bids'If not satisfactory.EDGAR lug brick, cement grouted. .;, C io'RUD.hadvauch I
D. HOOAN.Bxeeutor 4'
name of Unknown.Unless said t r.th. Kstat : Roadway JJov' 3 was awarded to and S t..'t leJ my

ATTACHMENT aid c.rtlftcat.'all\ b* -redeemed according KRIBBS STEED is now being constructed by the Sou- silk .n.tr trying 1'. ,,'

-- to lawi lith tK-'deed will Issu Attorney for .the Batata. *.*.:*( them Clay Manufacturing' Co from the /: plans : them .1 .. ,.f .
Te A.dr.Va. ...' ....... .sal All thereon on day of September maO t ; )
;"t '; Other, ......... ..t....*.... A. D. 1515. northern city limits through the townsof upon :satisfactory .
/,. I UNotloe 1 la hereby given that X I*. H. Witness mr band and official seal at NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Winter Park and Maitland to the GnaIt' experiment. 'Du -
Ingram.Sheriff of Osceola DEED UNDER gJCCTIOlf B74 AND -
have
County, Klsslmme city Florida this the. Itth OD ,
this B7B GKKKHAl STATUTES OF Seminole county line. Upon the completion I
day attached certain personal day-ef Aurust. A. D. lilt. leg tw Inch satin,ribbon
prop.rtyeIonging te Andre Van dec J. L. OVERSTREET. THE STATE}) OF FLORIDA of this section of highway and the Inthe. '
around top. catching
.wfi YOU buyBREAD : Meersch In the County of Osoeola stat (Ct Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court the of roadway No. 1'a It I :
lJ .. of Florida described a* follows: ..-.t Osceola County Florida. Notice Is hereby given that A. F. completion garters to hold It 8'I ,
r One Oakland flv. passenger car. 1114 11....., purchaser of Tax Certificates No. unit in the Dixie Highway 23 miles in
Model, the'property of Andre Van der da.ed Srd of D. 111. have not a single runner,
206 day July length will be ready. When the original
'
Mraeb in the County of '0e*a and !. Clrrmlt Cran .....t.. Judicial Clr- and No.: 888 and 311. dated tit> day of bid. this made- I fel that fo me the luxury
o
OreMa on highway were
Btat. of Flortda. e.it. Ve..1y, FloridaVerSional
July. A. D. :91!. has filed said Tax Certificates -
;: aou are hereby commanded to appear -- In my office and has mad application they were for a nine-foot brick road, silk stockings S D lor 0. -
the Judge of the County Courtof ..".ek. Receiver ., l.rmm
for deed to Ism In
tax accordance with sand filler and concrete curb. The
Oaceola .... mal b d.nl
County Florida
on the lib Haak Trust C.ps.y. CsaPUlSWSJt with law. Said certificatesembrace .
:; day of September A. D. 1MB. same being contractor however made an alter
: ,, Ask for the_ BEST a Rule Day of said court, to answer vs. F..I...... .( Mertasce. situated the In Osceola following County.described State land of nate bid to construct this section using
. .-, ,' In an action of Assumpslt Damages In William H. B.yee and II..... o. Boyee' Florida, to-wit Fish and Rice Croquettes.
3 the sum of Three Hundred Dollar In : wirecutlugbrick, (manufactured un-
which Robert 1'. Cochran and Emma M. Recpesidesita.It appearing; by affidavit of W. B. Certificate No. 206. Lot Sixty-four ((4) der the Dunn patent), with Smut fill. Put a quarter of a pound of rice Into
: of the 8emlnole Land"& InvestmentCom-
; ; ;( I W make it. Eyery Grocer sclb it Cochran Robt T.. co-partners Cochran Co-doing of; business the City as of Crawford of Counsel for Complainant pany's Subdivision of Section (SO). er. This was accepted the county a saucepan with an ounce of but

appended to the Bill filed In abovestated (II) South commissioners and the and of simmer '
New Tork. State of New York. are Township Twenty-six upon completion a pint milk slowly

-t Kalntlffs: : : I*and defendant.the' said Herein Andre Van fall not der and Rhoda causethat C. Boyce William the Respondents H. Boyce 388.Range Lot Thirty Fifteen(80) ((16)East:and Certificate CertificateNo. No. of this road about August 1, Or- an hour and a half by which time the '

L : :O! K. BAKERY or Judgment will b* glvsn against you therein named are non ,, by. default.June the Btaie of Florida and are both residents Land & Investment CornpanysSubdivision highway in the State of Florida. That do not stir it while It cooks. When
of Washington D. C. that
; they of Section (It) Township ant
Jlt..111.INGRAK., .are over the age of twenty-one years Twenty-six (28) South Range Thirty grouted work will eventually be adopted add a seasoning of at and stir
Sheriff of Osoeola County and that there I. no one within the by those who wish to build depend
4,4'w (SOX, East. The said land being assessed In the yolk of an egg. a plateto
OVERSTREET.Florida.. state of Florida the service of subpoena at the date ot Issuance of certificatesIn able roads there can be no doubt; 0
J. 1 whom would bind said cooL Have ready some cold cooked
upon respondents. the name of Unknown. Unless said
. Clerk of County Court It Is therefore; ''ordered thatsaid certificates shall be redeemed accqrd- hence the method being employed maybe flub mixed, with a little thick white -
Ocola, County Florida. Respondents, William H. Boyce of interest
deed will
Ing to law. tax Issue thereon
4- FreshSalt (County.Coo rt seal K.) and Rhoda C. Boyce. be and they hereby on the 27th day of September. A. D. It is very necessary, in the construction .a(previously lue Take portions .

LEwlaE&lI7 ZOHN8TON D. C.Attorney are required to appear to the Billof 11111. of highways where no foundation 'of the rice, rl balls, make

Water Fish for Plaintiff., ItltNOTICB Complaint filed In said cause on or Witness. my banS and official seal other than sand is used that a bole the fill with the flan
: before Monday the 4th day of October this the 26th day of August. A. D. Kit. to see I cent
k 1(16, otherwise the allegations of said (Ct. Ct. Seal J. L. OVERSTREBT. particular care is taken In''the prep- mt close bole and'brush

: : : OV ADMIMISTRATOR. Bill will b* taken..*. confessed by said Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola aration of the base. Too much atten- the white of Boll
1 Daily! (F.. FI... Pluschar*..) Respondents.It t.
36t Florida.
County,
T : Is further. ordered that this orderbe tion cannot be given to the rolling.For balls fine br.4cnmb
!. t NOTICE: FOil PUBLICATIONrrlHl nerve
OMeela
Ciity. t D u w
weeks in the Valley Gazette aweekly
I. r* Ustat e< on all the work. When the fills exceed S
,' L. AT 503 BROADWAY Walter newspaper published In ..aldCo..nt N.. IOTASDrpartsaeat .u
; Baas. Sr. and Stta.Seal eight Inches In depth they are
Notlo Is b.rebI....... to all wham .f the laterfosv V. .. La.4
It may concern, that on th. twelfth day ( ) J. L. OVKR8TREET. 0..,. at Gainesville KIrW., A. brought up In layers of eight Inches, ,
of. December. A_ D- Clerk Circuit Court. each wetted doWl and thoroughly MOTICB.Mr
shall apply 31, II.& layer -
: .t PHONE: 50 to the Honorable A! UtI.i Jud/r Van Dated Agnew this August* Crawford.11th. Itli. rolled until compact.Whenever the Marr* Adamson... having
; of Mid wi.
Court Judr of
as Prbate. for Notice 1* hereby given that Allen C.
.. Solicitors for Complainant. II." nils exoeed 18 Inches In depth they left and this le to notify
my dUcharr Administrator of the Cannon, of Lollo.*.. Florida, who on all b bard
A.: 'ROBBINS elate efT Walter Baa*. *r.. dee.aj.ed; May S4, 111. mad Homestead Entry, are made from six weeks to two not be for that'J win
and that at the earn time I will .. the CtrtmltCesnrt.. Se-reMtb JudicialClvcsUt r"pOllbr. any, bill .h mar ,
: ., pr* No. OlOTOt. for NW(4 of NEii. Section! months in advance'of the 'time when date. "
sent t. said Court I. .. for Oceeelsi trD
my final accounts Coemty, 2!. Township SI South Rang |4 East .
\. Administrator of said ..tat....... ask r......._I. for their approval ot Intention to male' Three-yar Proof, lettlement. 'Where the'wireeutIug -

i : ,.,J' J -Datd. -- Jun- .It- IU1INILY A! TT; UtI.T. BA88. . '.V;W.*. Miller, Ce.;;l;C *..t. described o. establish, before claim Register to the and land Receiverat : above brick are being laid a 2 by 8 heart- ORDER' TOED COPT OP"TBB' .

$-meAdministrator.. Brsktae ...t... a..._ saltfe.. ki wife. Gainesville Florida on the 7th day pin. plank is used as curbing. The VI'ORIDA AlflVUAlV now to b* .
: I I.It .TA. ...... N.. KJ_ Donald O. McKay, i of October mi. curbing being set, the trenchesare that you will get on*. The Ananal will
: Galvanized IW CIRCCTT'COtm-It. .. or'FLOR.fHANCKHV WUllasa O. Kes_y. John R. ....... Claimant names as witnesses: back-filled and wa tamped and the &. a oomprhnslve Illustrated bookIe
,IDA. SEVENTH .JIID.C.A.. C..... 5*.. and Charlotte M. Besus>ejrdls>.... Q. W. Fertlc ot Lokoseo. Florida.. 100 .more pa..e..*1S Inches. It will
i CI.JIT. : OdCICOLA COUt4TX ....._..t.. R. E. Willis. Lokosee, Florida. grain again wetted down and rolled rover N.. Car, at Johns..

Corrugated: _,f "IN 2- .;. .. It appearing! by affidavit filed In the J. 2:. Young. I..ukosee. Florida. with a five-ton roller, after which the Ptaa ..O oola..St. Lucl* *>. Orange.

He;.. 'O.::!>...* '';i'iLh.. Dua,'i.a5. above-stated cause that John N. Kim.. J. B. Owens of Lokos, Florida. base is shaped with a template prepar-" Br..a. Monroe eonntlea.*..1 "B.ab

.. and Flat:. .iai...t9m -. ane of' the defendant therein named. ROBERT W. story' to the laying-of.the brick. sIt the resources of each county Including
.V4ir J I.I non-resident of the State of Florida
> a -
; Jssp.r M. R.11.r *"* ..17' ... RMI.y. U-ft Register.Is kind of lands transportation faolUtUs,
: ,'. ..; .' and I. a resident of Eden Rapids. proper care is exercised: in palling the and
"$ SheetsI \, >f?t appearlnff by affidavit flled":" In the State of Michigan and William O. Kenney template, it Is unnecessary to use sand .oad. crop afforded.rrowa.names It :wlU of bo also,I.
$ above stated cause- Jasper M. one of the defendant therein nam- Ctrralt c...... $er*.i4li J_..... Ctr- be exercisedto and .por Information for,
L_, p Bailey.and Mary, a Bailey, the defend- ed Is ,a non-resident of the State of ...., Commtr .. o****>la sad State u a cushion Care most winter r.MDUtourists.. hom..*ekr.
( f ants therein named' are residents of Florida aad 1* a resident of Lansing. .f SlerIda.'VALIDATION see that the,base |s kept damp in and 1.Florida farm ,aDd .' .
; J ill Forms of Metal t I.A I. the State of Florida, but are concealing State .of.lchl. each over. the age advance-of" the l.ytne"of the brick Bend your order today towa.peopl. ,
:, themaelve ao that. pro.eannot be or twenty-one years) Itl.- thereforeordered OF1'BOND' the' of itamp er coin for each copy desired.. .
served tiponth.m, and that said de. tbat| said non-residents, b. and City .( KlMlassaee, ........... aita't .....eI- otherwise. ..rolling, ; the brick tl.CO nr doscn. special prices on larrer .
I .' ';I..i Roofing ., fendant ar over the age-of twentyon are hereby Pequired'to.appee.r to thebill ...I C.rpce'.t.a.' will cause the sand to 'zqueeze DuantTtlMk The . be' issued, ,
; ; 1, ,, 1 year; It .Is thereforeordered thataid of Clol'plahatl1l.d, in said cause ont .Th thereby flDing the,'space.,with land about Nov.mW 1. Il.nu&.II. . ;
1 defendant* be andnib hereby required >r'be for* Monday, the lOtb. day of Sep : et n.rtd. , which should be filled'with 5.2. now will be crefuUJ Oiled a/ioon
to- appear to tbe. bill ,of com tember ,4\.' DC';' tit,otherwise th. allegations -> '-.NOTICB TO SHOW CAVeD 'eventually '. .-'- the :'
.'M4\ $IZE- ,AND ZAUGEs. I plaintfiled In. said eauce on or befor* of a-aM bill .will be taken, as I, To the Taxpayers) and Citizens of the grout. 'The, grouting .off'this work Address i Eat Jorlela Annual Com mal.

_ ; florDEUYERY: I Mond.y D. .UI",-.the othrwlM 4th day, the of September.' 5rajd confessed by said d.f.nIs.nts.q ''I CIt,.,of. K.I..I......., tn'tb.< County:: of was started using the regulation grout St Augustln*. . *> 'to Nov... i
iletatIon.t
i : It Is further ordered that this order and State of Florida ' ,
Qsceola "
.bill, lation boxes but after mile of ' :
will be grout a
taken
_ IIIi\-ieiad 'io.t coi .j I aid defendant." .- '.as.confessed., -. \ by be published once a week for four con-. << Tour are bet-eby notified and required Fo Drire Oat Malaria -
: ,, ..cetlv.'we.ks. In tb. I' lf the Work had been completed'a grout
-It I. further ordered that this irder Valley Qacette. o show cau *.< any TOM hav*. be :. And Build Up The
..... !\too -
7. .... VLo. DublUh4 la _14 'orehi .Honor- Jami "W. .mixer'manufactured by. the Marsh- By.t
newspaper County P.rkl""atbl. >
It-... , .
and 8tata.! of fie. In.DeLand B
'Florida "
f' dectitly. w..kl I* the Klsslmmee,Val '' on p- C Manufacturing.. Co. of Chiea
"
C'S. \ ley Oasette. a newspaper Thl istst"r'; of AorustItlf.. t.mb.P-,1th... ISli at. 1:.41 P.:-M.d why rASTBUSSS chill TONIC* You know
., .aid county and State.. .I, ,, .bU.lle"la. ((.CtCt. .,BeaI) ;Jj. L. OVBRSTRBiaT.' the bonds-In the above m.nLlonsd action W.II placed) on the work.The_ rev what yon .taking*-se the formula is"
';0 Tat.* list day of JuLy 1511. .. ". :" Clerk Circuit Courtl should not be validated and) eon: suits.obtained from., this every,
'. 4VNU : .(.Ct, 43t.- "al> ,Jt C OVBRSTRBBT! ,' ,ny,.JAMZS,, (.., O11NSTON. ; armed.- according to. .lbs Statutesla better t than the old 'method, fort theReason'that Jninine and., lion Ja'tasteless ,focm.t-
T .
.
-
j.- 'Cl.rk Circuit Court. .r' ;;Doput7 .a.rk. 'I. such ease made and provided , : {
; .RIBBII' .' ..It.ClIft, be placed 'direetiiluiMugw1t, foe i Quinine drives,out ,the
JJ
malaria
& B. \
f eX 1'IIlDD. ; I (Ct. Ct. ,Baal) .X U OVBRSTREET.
Od llr&' ; ; t omp t..: ,II';,. ..' Solicitors. .' forComplsJnant,7, -,II.U :. U-lt-.. . Clerk of said Court. where" -.wanted- ;"without.. .., .: Eton..:61"no. the ay stem., '50. ** .."

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Ih rifcWwW took unto himself"a*wife" i" ..! ....,. . I,". .:!. .O.t.N I. '. . ,.t, ....'.. sorning.: ,She 1 leavse a husband' :;'

/ I : 'si{ : ;! 'last, JA.\; \WedoAsday barn. ftrewas' afternoon....iighted''and'MW."' / : \ *, "/ "U' ION.CENER: ,v"'.4' 4"fHCAN 7' E.!CBNTSR v > ll IVEI W8'!:
:Ceoud'Department! dogs enough to teed a regiment.were vMrtand'MriulWetherbe' ,. LajK'Friday there was a,,free dsmonatratlon -
; roasted.'anel' it "'wasn't necessary td : .';.',tt 0 It ... .... tOtt' .O :0.O, ..1o. o 'ti., o".t",.. ... .. : ;" at 'the. Stokes grova m '
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!II -.' " ', j&> "" drink either.lake' water' to'"wuh' ,them'... . down. \ : \ e ,,w r.the Mr,'W." 'T;,Beam' ;left' for AI.'t-or1r- land.'Lake wUch. ;was, ,Orange well. attended.. owifrty r s"

endNotes; of'.tlie'' 'Woncler City From Our.Own, .,. .x ." Durham'tried 'to 'slip' .away Whesursday'evening ta. of Mr.: ; and Mrs-Guy' MeClain" home In Rome; Gs; I TuesdayUs .._uI.zthe: p')ke on
'- ; supper:, will return later and. continue.his work. nwcial
: quietly and with reference dieWtu'N -'
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Special Corespondent .
: l anticipated andknowingkth.Cenalty Grandma Masters Mrs HUliard aqd on his ..tract here.- conditions;." Prof. ..; .JC.;
: :
"\ 1' Jim Jli1liard.p Sunday, wit*.. Mr, ,. Mr.. .M. :M.- .Ditter,+ who:'.peot the
Osceola renraseotatH
', 'imposed f or such _eta in St.: Cloud and Mrs. IL r* ti4 ; *- county *, spoke
: he has.appeased the public clamor for Hattie y' summee'months: ,in Vermont, returned on ,,the''general;subject oft<
Mrs. Kn. 1. The' .
Veeder Jamesl
Mary and ; O. spend some'time *ith WaltonIn Misses Turner and ulentortalned : home Saturday. He will, teach the They 10Qnd... in. an ,
'' revenge by feeding the multitude: It grove
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;,f iw Vreeland left Monday/for: JJ; k1yn.j St. Cloud;, -They' mayrdecide to renlaiaihere. at the G. B. Lawson.homa. Taft school-this 1eoftUUOII. '
is, : took more than "three Small! Ashes' to night season, ; being free, frog ;all'I
.. .. Saturday "
; .. do the ... thoug'h"JlO" andSunday. i i Sheriff J, Fr f Gordon i and Solicitor and! diseases : :, .
\, n.1.. U. Zimmerutan'of KI..tmmM..i- Mr. Dougherty' informs' : us' that .oric. and then Mr. and Mrs. O'Berry and daugkterlAlberta ->! : :
:t Va St.'Cloud 'visitorMondayevening.* : MI-SH: :M.; W.VMdn: and Jllrs J. O. other things''''were, introduced .keep :risited' C.- JI, 'Funk, and' Tilden madea business trip, U>. Orange ,The $Sunday schootb.Id its j. .,
,' A.. H. Bates arrived Tuesday'even; Vreeland left Monday for .New. .York.. ,up the god'pheer; family Sunda'aftamoon.' j ; '''Center last week..: the old,,phe: 'around. on Sand' ,- '1"'
'; Ing .from Akron Ohio ..expects' .to I' city for a, few months.' ? >,MayMr.and Mrs;,Duncan live long Mr. 'and Mrs. Wetherbee. spent' W. H., ..Gannon, ''of Carter, 'Kyn +.U So.tQrdaT.The'; day;wasv ideal, '

r" spend the winterhere-and if,he likes 'Pfttrick Martin, of St. Joseph Mo and be happy.is the wish of the multi Thursday at: the 'pleasant horn v 'of spending" a,few days in. the' neighbor. thero''was.: ''a,' goodly attendarlee'i; .

.. ,t It will locate here; : ; .is'spending a'few. day in( 'St. "Cioud. tude' who accepted" their' 'hospitality- Mr. and Mrs .John ,IklcPhatter in Kis hood. :reportbaving nod a .-; ,
A. B. ..wife arrived'Mon. .Monday.night--.. simmee. ." Our ''the tb Mr : \Ass begun'work:, "i
Swing and -ownl..PfOP.rty': bere",and !We.hope f. : school opened on ninth > A..Robbins siathe. "
day: .venin& from'Childress "..Texas to'have him a permanent resident. ,Real' estate salee'arq) picking up:' this "The"Misses Blanche! and'Eudor' Miss Bessie Whldden as teacher.;,There. packing .house- at:: Apopka:, '''1.,
.and. are guests at the Bon .Air House. 'J. ,iCv Reagan arrived ,In./$ :. Cloud week.. .. 'Vi ', Eaton.- Miss .Marti, and Mrs PeterSon ,. is ,.enrollment., of 80.:: has several other 'contracts-in, 'P ,
Cloodites who .
fe* J.,N. Mills!, who has spent th.'paat Monday, to ':yiaft ,relatives. hireT; Mr. '.A.fewoSt. have, epeotthe mo\.OrIJ over from- St. Cloud Sun. ',Mrs.: J: ''Ed Maddox, has' returned1 .poet ,there. 1'I-. (, ;'" r''f":;t

week' In St.;*'Cloud, left' Wednesday Reagan has-'spent.two; ')ears a'a summer;in the, north" are coming" day afternoon and. visited. at the. J. G. from a flying visit to' her former home Mr. W., jL. Schuclr 'JHI1It: I.v-" '
back '
evening for Brooklyn; N Y.Mr. Mills United States soldier in ChinA, ;.being.( on every\train. 8:16o'cloek: Harvey-homO1.1'' *. 'T. in Cleveland, whither she went 'to see end violtlng! friends. |nKissiraniee,,, ,...:sPSMr. 'k'
i w' is much pleased with our Wonders City, stationed, at'TIen TIn Next Monday ..nightLat : .Everett Smith came down from her' mother.'who, has been' 'sick. She .'G. E. Babcock has" been
A A.- Martin who.has been spending All 'Civlliced nations have had sol- there'will be a meeting -of' the Union Orlando: Saturday evening and.visited had hoped to''bring< her mother with ; sprajriNf, i'i
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and looking after his
the: New diersiin China''for' of Y oubg' People in.' ,the' Christian home folks returning'.Sunday' grove. on., ,
gyp, 'past few/weeks in ;York manyyeara to keep night her, but "he! condition.did 'not. permit Butler' the week .,
You past __
church
; and Pennsylvania expects to be' back down the :aggressive Japanete.Mr. .. : areespeciauyrequested hick Lawson was the guest.of HarVey that. .. .
at his KozyStudio September, 1st : Reagan says China is the finest to be present ; Crowder Sunday;.' ' J.ILWood of Princeton Make will '"
: ;; ,,Ittd.'was th# little girl's: to dress tohang ,iJi
Up-to-dat.subjectswill! be di.cuSI1ed '' '
Miss countryin'the 'Mrs. entertalned"lb. following -
Ora Kirkwood is,visiting her world-te leave-and MeClain '
sister he is to be in the and, there will be special papers ,in'honor of her hue.band's guest at the Pines, having; come toinspect from the shoulders with a slight: ,
;; Mrs. Alleerr Page, of. Punta glad again good old guests land for his flare. Cut.the Jieck square-aiid finish ', .1-I:,.
read and line music eon; .
has
some i
Gorda this week. U.. S. A. He also from what he very birthday last Thursday night. 'I '
says
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.a The body of Mrs Cranberry B. Bass I it 'With'a band of embroidery. 'Around" %i
Martin been arranged for; There will be'talk '
P. who has been' looking has seen of'Str Cloud it is a tine place. a Mr'and Mrs. Wetherbee J. K. lltlIlard I '
band
of of. the bottom of the
Apopka formerly this pat same an-
.by Mrl.- Minerva B. Cushman : place,
'over our city, left Tueaday'eyenine .Miss Mildred Howell who was seriously [ and Nellie and Ira Weth.erbeee
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for Tarpon Springs and from .thereto hurt when thrown from a horse who is well versed on any- subject'she famil'f 1L' .Funk .snd. family I was brought,here. for:.burial ..on.Tues-. broidery" ,but. wider.-" ;\ "" f'!

'Me home'at St. ',",olleph Mo. several months'ago, walked across the discusses hence you will be sure to Mr. McClain was not aware of the L ;(
J. .C.. IL Birdsall I. Who has Len ,spending Street; Sunday and 'IIP nt ''the after learn something from her. 'There' will plans for the evening until the guests

the summer at his old borne Pror' noon,with her friend. Miss A. P. Rea.' be no. collection taken up. .I I I arrived. Iii 'an eedless to state that A. L HOLMES, 'c; !' fAWRENCE:; ,"; ;
of W. A. Smith and Egbert Lusk and :! 9
''phitstown, 1l1.,, arrived here Tuesday ,.an. Everyone glad to bear Miss everyone had'a fine time and departed
it morning and.broughtwlth him a new Mildred's improved condition and hope Miss Marie O'Berry' Kissimmee and for'their homes wishingblmmany :
'-wife.: sne will ultimately become well and Miss iu.arie Bain of Jacksonville were, happy returns of the day. BUILDING: CON RACTORS '' : ;, '.

+; "J. G.-Reagan arrived'Monday evening strong: again over Tuendsy night for 'a .dip In the I I I Edna: Harvey spent Sunday with ;

; from China and is visiting his Lee George Edwards is going' to ,I lake. They had bells Op, too, as one Nellie Barber. ,. ,,
I Holmes and L .
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was attached to the under side of their,, : ..wrence'r: \ :
,parents; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reagan, make a big noise in about two weeks. Mrs. Nellie Wetherbee spent Thurs- "
I f., /of; this place. : Don't get too curious, about it. Just,' auto] which tinkled merrily and caused day with Mrs. Pearl Tison in Kissim "* '
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I I J' J. C. Kirkwood and family are mov. wait and seee. ; the driver much annoyance until he mee. .. The :Bungalow,, Men't, ,: :

r s ,tngto Winter Haven this week. H. E. Stevenson was in St: Cloud I located it. He has it ampng his cot=j I Lloyd Harvey returhed.to Kissimmee : '-t-t1": I

\{i.lt ,. Mrs. Lulu Atwood and Miss Almeda Sunday from Jacksonville. .'lectlenof strange' things, that happen, !! Monday where he has employI Want to figure wlth'7OU on that. building. Our prices'ar.rtgbl. ..
'1 Arrowsmtth entertained the Mr. Quallings and wife from Michigan to an auto. r ment at the Valley Gazette ofnce.I .
sewingclub I and our work is the beet.- We make a specialty; 'of-Jaterlof Trim aDd. ,",

Tuesday.afternoon at their home spent a few days in St. Cloud A. H. 'Sate., of Akron, Ohio, is in]I r Sam Barber returned from the.hoa. Hardwood Floors, Window;'...a Door Screens, ...,... .j -1. .....
t -on Pennsylvania avenue. A very last week. St. Cloud looking around for a location pital in Orlando last Tuesday His .r" .,' 'jr- '
.' pleasant afternoon was spent. Mrs. M. E. Riggan, whois_ _ho.W.in. : His family will.follow. him if.many friends will be glad to learn For reference, wse.JA.'Buday'i new bom.. . "'': t.
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f'a'; <"-"Mr:and M-A'Vi Shambow MissesHacel ST sanitarfum at Newport, Tenn., is he' decides to stay. 1 I I: that he is very much ,improved in Estimates made' on all classes- ot'work.'" $. .

. ,.' f ShaifiwW, Eda L. Epple. and improving rapidly and longing for the G.' B. Reynolds, of Tampa, 'was in health.A P.. 0., Box 117 'Str'ef. JJo. J4.Wlilngham. .Ate.1." ',

1// ,, i" Ella,McAllister spent Wednesday and doctor to release her so she can cometo St. Cloud yesterday doing business. crowd of people whose H .. .
". ,!, Thursday last at Daytona Beach. her home in St. Cloud. She says Hugh Larmon, of Lakeland,Was doing names we did not young learn, motored 4,! .
, ifs A. B. Daniels and wife, Mr. and Mrs any and all news from the Wonder business in our Wonder City yes- from St. Cloud Sunday afternoon over and .

, I Bert Gessford, Mr. and Mrs. N.Fer.. City is interesting and that she wouldbe terday. were guests at the Jeff Barber home. ...OOO..O.U. ....o.Utot. O! ..,:o. ...o iO..",. "' .1 '
:. goon, and Mrs. Depew "were- guests glad to see even a dog from, St. The Golden Rule Girls are ever The hostess served refreshments of
....' j at the Bonair house on Sunday. I Cloud. working for a charity we heartily endorse { ice and cake. ;'t;" 4"' ".,.?. .'. 'A WISE :MAN ,. ?s ; ...
cream .J '
', J. IL Ferguson left Wednesday Mrs. Riggan has many friends 'here for it is deserving the support j!] _, ; ....... j'earrla 'sufflclentYFIRE ''INSURANCE ' I morning for Coronado Beach to join who will be glad indeed to hear of her of every one. This is the Home for < On Sunday, September 6th, services to; protect' his,. propartT, f ,,
, 'I! his wife' who is ill at that place. improving health and hope to. soon Orphan Children in Jacksonville. It will be held in pur new church. There while h. Is living and ample LIFE i \
If. ? ),[1'. and Mrs. William Hall who see her in St. Cloud. is not a state supported institution but will be special music by the choir at INSURANCE to protect. his,.family .' stf
;' ( have been to the exposition at San Lieut. S. J. Entrikin has gone away is supported by voluntary charity and both the morning and evening ser- la the event of, his death.:', H*

f. Francisco, CaL, and with for ax few days but this is not un- we are always anxious to assist the vices. The ladies will serve dinner at ._ also Insures als.eamlng, capacity,,: t1
: 1 1 friends in the North arrive home usual for Entrikin. you can never be Golden Rule Girls in any way. j the noon hour. We are looking forward 1 by taking out an ,ACCIDENT and .'

Tuesday evening. sure just where ha is. At the ball Tuesday these | to this all-day service as a "spe- HEALTH POLICY, ,Be. ott'the
game
Prof. C. N. Carnes, Charlie Coates :Miss Mamie Stratton who has beenin girls sold ice cream and lemonade and cial treat" and every one is most cordially "*.re ........ y -
and father left Wednesday morning Bartow for some time returned to I realized a neat sum of money. The invited to attend. Makean i ':: We wrlte.all.'Uneli of''INSUR.r: .,..
j for a few days' trip down the Kissim St. Cloud Monday morning She is girls are ever alert to take advantage extra ecort Sunday morning; come ANCE that (nurse' and endures.; +I..., "

mee river. with her parents at Finney Point near of any opportunity to get money for early, bring your dinner and stay 'till R' ,None b\l&.RELIABLE'\ .. .!d.line com: ", ; r '"
t ', 'Mr. and-Mrs. Mart Doling, who have town. the".; orphans the close .of the evnin .aervice.. panics:.in this af.ncv. .. .
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been visiting here, left Wednesday.for -i'; H.-Bruna is -down'fl'011l1he north, i-- n.'G. WAGNER5. ,-r '
. t; .Ohio. We do not know how long he will be St.Ht Cloud>w about a girls' baseball'club in Hem. collar and sleeves may be 7'J: Sec.edFoor;: Otisras, ', Bank" BW. .,,r 'of
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Roy Vandenberg and mother, Mr. in this section.George bound with a contrasting color. and ,. tClssimme." ,' F1.; --. : If

L and .Mrs. W.,.E. Bailey motored to M. Dunh end wife of Kis- Rebuked.. the frock will' be fashionably trim. .

Orlando on Friday Lasts. sintmee were in St. Cloud Saturday. med ,
.' Miss Aida Bleech, who has 'been Harvey Riggan, father and sister Ho was deeply in love with his wife, ," '
ill for several weeks!! is slowly im- motored over to Winter Haven Sun- but awfully: careless about money mat*

orovinr.p day in their new Ford: ters. He started away on a long business I .Piles/ Cured In 6 to H Days- ,_ .t '{'>,'. "" ... .. : ,or '1
t ': Johnson entertainedthe .trip..leaV 1g'her shortof money Yoa.-'dnllral.t' island ao.e it' fAttf ''ffl'
Mrs Harry Word from Lincoln Neb., says Mrs. .
., OINTMENT ten* to cure ay cue ft Itching1.Blind. .
:( Priscilla dub,' which met at her Vlci'Edwards is improving after a se and promising to send her a-check .BlMdlnc at Protruding Pile*I*610 144.rm.rii . 1 + mother's home on the lake front:.' Friday vere operation. This is good news* which-he forgot to do. The rent came' .< Sratapplicntlon firm Ha**wad aot ,.AOc,, : ,, x. "g ;a ar

,evening, August:13th.' Mrs. Cush- Vie writes that his Florida blood is toothin due'and ''she telegraphed : .----.- ----- '- 1 I '...1i
man gave- the club' its first drill ,in for Nebraska and he thinks the "Dead broke. .Landlord. insistent. "O O"O.O .OO'Oo........ :+ Dealer In, '
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Wire
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? ,physical culture.' During the business weather is' cold 'even now me money.Her '
'session, which followed. Mrs.Cnshman D. G. Wagner was over from Klseimihee husband answered: r .; '
i was voted in as an.honorary'm.mber. on business .Tuesday., "Am short myself. ,Will send check 'CW/G fFIN' Groceries s, Hay"Grain; and:, Fti 4,. I;; : .

;It:was also;voted to donate $16.00 to .Mrs. J.. D. Woodbeck; came;' over in- a few days.'.A.thousand; kisses." . .(0' .. I ,'t' .. .

; the fund for clearing the lot for the from Klssimftiee Tuesday: for a day Exasperated: his wife replied: Corner and Dart: : ,,.,"'' ,, '.
."NeverJfttno the money, I gave'tll'elandlord Broadway .. _, (! : It'
tennU'court'andcroquet "
j' y. grounds. with friends and to see the ball game. .. : W' "
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,>- ."..Tuesday the' day set to ''start-the The scholars the Baptist Sunday one of the '*kisses. He "Was : 1 Staple and. Fancy. I '1 ; I .; ."W.&.( ,'.rpfi >

.. 'work:, and the girls agreed to'' go'.vp tehoI'appropriated a new building on more. than. .satisfied.. "" ,' ,r. ."v..".:-",'.,. ".3* : :r''..; "i { : ;- ," ,', : :" .:,,--.;/.vTryU'sonYolir'.Nea11, : prdeif'fwJ&iSt. :: :. .. :i,. '"

.... \" and get dinner for the.boys who worlc1' Eighth street and'Missouri avenue and : ' : ''T" "", '
'Ho w'. ife."Miicd. ,the. Medkjne.j : ) - - -
', ed. ,At the close of the business meet- gave:.,}. delightfuh.entertnlnlPent.Games v ", : L: 'oRo-----; "
Jng''', tholle:wishing" to. do. 110" took a were played refreshments "Nqwatd\ the nervous bid lady \b
;'** plunge in the lake. In the early evening -" in abundance were served Among the; druggist, "aro you sure you have ...

on 'the arrival of the gentlemen, those present were Miss Riddle, Miss the medicine mixed right?" Free Delivery to all Parts . ,'" .. .,. ,
baked, beans salad sandwiches pickles Una Garner and Miss Gladys Johnson. "No, ma'am; said the conscientious ,'o' :. '. t( "...., "
of the City '
apothecary. "rwQuldn't go as far ,as ,'f; "
cheese cake and lemonade were Many others were there whose nameswe ''
tnat, but I've got it mired the the Joseph's AcaldemsT.'AUCCJsT1lVE : .. '
f served out on the lawn which was do not know. x way .
v decorated with Japanese lanterns. The The board of trade la to meet on' doctor ordered it." oooot..o.... Oooo, 1- ''f

's 'remainder of the evening was' spent in the evening of Monday, September 6, FLA... ,
flinch and listening to music it being Labor Day the .1'J
playing postpone
may "
: ;, , Esf AbUSHED 1668 d u tl'
'on the pianola. About 9:30 the party meeting so : posted. ''m:;" """ '
'<,4../ "broke Mrs. Johnson and keep 1 : : : : ..: K": ::: : :::::: r'P': ::: '
declaring
up Capt. K. L. Britt came up from '" ''ITlU" "' >i'' '" High-class boarding school in chsrge: et Slitters of H. Joseph i Pat: "' 'v '
her, mother to be splendid entertain- Kenansville to get a l load of Blue Es- . ionized by children of best CathoUe and non-Catholic families of.this: rt rand
ers The next meeting Will bw held sex hogs to place on his ranch. .
i other States.' Buildings splendidly equipped with all modern con -Jvenlenee. ,
August 27th with, Mrs.: Stevenson'smother Mr. and Mrs. Carter Thompson entertained ... Delightful and healthy location1'' in quaint and artistic1 An**.. I. 4.>.h i
at Kentucky and Ninth street.musicale !! at dinnervSaturday Misa r dent City. Course thorough embracing all branches requisite for "a",,' 'J .
Pace with .
; '. was given at the""Meth-' Lizzie and Miss Katie Thompson and Keeping solid and refined education. "' Music painting languages, -.-.commercial \ !':t .;::::- : .
odist church. Tuesday evening under Mr. Cecil Prentis of Kissimmee -and ,, ''' """ "", '. ,
course., Terms lII d rat.. per full particulars writ. : : V "
.r the direction of the Priscillas, Golden' MisS Lula Powers of Fort Pierce. Modern MethodsThe ". ..SISTEtt.SUPERIpBi. -,; .j i .. ';' ,
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-" Rule Girls and Yoko Fellows. A very I' Mr. and Mrs. Carter Thompson-and I n ..* ;(.. jJ: '(..' I"'
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!/ large audience, considering it being J. W. Thompson motored to Winter ,! n Cititens $ink of Kisrimmeo, ',
f .f: mid-summer, were present and were I
aft
Park from Kissimmee Sunday-last .
I'I'f with its excellent
equipment. is well
much surprised at the manner in ter having dinner with J. W. Thomp ,
I. 'i which the affair was carried through.i son of Klsslmmee.!! 'They counted thir- prepared to render ''superior banking WHERE ttA :;JJp\ : SCHOOL. ? ""J .

i ]dr..' Harry othersamber. ty-ene Fords and ,forty-two automobiles -! service, and cordially invites people -, ...- '*' \

>please more than"'IUIY between Kissimmee .and Winter to avail hemsoves. of its facilities. :i F N'
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""p She' recited in the most feeling man- Park a distance of twenty-ftye miles. I TTIE STATE t1NIVERSITTiF1.ORIDA. STATE COLLEGE FOR?. ,1 : ,
C "The OW' Man and His Violin," soUeited. WOMEN.. TALLAHASSEE FLAi iHlsTsee
ner That proves that'U.e machines are In Checking accounts are GAINESVILLE FLA,; ,
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finilh.and held' r-audience" from..start. to the woods and a god road draws' them ] standard: sA'withffi.tba" .eoUen' ,._ndnn'str tlesei ,.gyth." r{.
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out. |> ,4 Per i C tat Interest Paid Tarsrevt and but Ualr.rdt.jaot'th. si
d Miss Nina' Dutton exceedingly cheered: the A. Thurber came\to St.: Cloud ?1 On Savings Accounts North and, Earn:. "- "', ,r' =: I /fodr.rn bulidl'nge'and._ .;:q1JlplD.Dti .a1t.. '' '
well and heartily by
was J8T :' ; .n' eoavenleneso .
StUdtltS lad session Total .modern -
t Friday last to see what'could be done .
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"r 'audience. I roUm.lI etei. Including summer Boaooi,7 'f7' atadent. resularternli' ;lee . ,
V flute duet by Harry Goss and for his 'grandson Clarence Hall who l I \ . .' r."e 1 tow .nrollment 't .lea, '( -
: A has been confined to his bed forborne! I .. ," ", .Tuition "r.e.K..PtlD. '"'0.0G ,,'p.; - C .+ .
J Julius' Dason with- Paul Warner ae- I ,. semester tarilaw. i. .' ', ,y" 'ScI:1.OQl r". //A' oUegean4: lform i i iy'or'further
weeks with white in his knee. I
swelling. ,
t >
receiv -
was Well
piano '
companying 'No
laformaUon'juldress catalogue
>* ed. Mr. Thurber.is from Randolman,'N.: I i \ ( "aD4".utormat'lo.. writeIDWARD ) h a
- C/ With ; :-,X..X.MtmtHBEE.i! PREaIDSNT.] { "r r .CONRADI. PRESIDEXT '1"p'u'
,W I A mIll leal aster ..wherein only,:the tAtter consulting local.physicians 4 : "
heads of the' singers were "visible ,:it.was: decided to.' take Mr.I '

'fs, > through$very:pleasing, aperatures. the;following a eurtaln1wu taking leg Hall removed to'Orlando this Monday:being the and only have: means his a': "I SUPERIOR SERVICE':COURTEOUS TREATMENT I '. CALOMEL ,WHEN BILIOUS? NO !!'STOP !: :

6f his lifeiV ; .
*''' part: ,Misses Bonnie Ricketts Catheline saving ? /';': \ : l.t- ": <: : y 3 3MAKES
'1, Goff/w Pearl Bass; Grace Ode, :7:Two new''two-story'brick'; buildingsin f./ '- .. '"' '1 ; i '
'.Masten Paul-Northrop. Bert >Gess- course of construction: isn't bad advertising : ; '
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an in which these young people middleofthe/summer., '* .
? ARTHUR i JOHN RONSONFa
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s this'songwould'do:; credit,.toJDanr. : There was a large>rowd gathered E.DONECANJ.K.HILLIARD R. .. - .. -"f..
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who follow the chautauqua circuits. at the. Gun Club grounds on- the lake .;.: W. .' A.W.CUSTUSSummer . .. 1 1 . -.
t t"; TheN pantomime : byMiss front Monday.night to participateinrefreshments. .i' '.j' 4 -' : .f.\' "pt43tl3'3 Urtr' T II" (U Bar8Its 'Te '" Here's 'my pa.taJlt.e.-.oo: to'any dray'store'and a e ., 1
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Vera Hargrave accompanied by Miss ,provided"by.Mir.A;r.G. .It ,..'.;" .... .. I _"l,' _"' ; t. .\ ,?.., ,:/-.", lk ( gtf a .10 eat. botts'of Deb re. '
\, Bonnie Ricketts,:,: Paul Northrop and ,", .'! . : ". :: ', '.i.'\.... .$ \.cte i YHr slIrI IS' Uill.' !+ son's Leer ToasS: .TaJc..apcIOIIIut... ),;!'\\ "( '.
.,Paul'Warner," ; V'V. ,'. : -:'_ :. .:. ..: . . .'. . ,I If\lt.'. doeeat .traightea"ya'rigM. opaad ",+tgkr'' '," ktp'! ,
. 'There is a very interesting and in. ..." ." .............. ... =111 .1"-\II--\ " ''Ii 1.. F'\IJ'\ "' T.. ,. .NLBOt113.. make .. 'aftcl. X. rll." f" ,.
'' in, :- y !I".4ID.- want Ggohack to th. store MIl, s\ t;:" r. e ''i
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Methodist: church and it is ,good to ... . jrott get year'moa.1' t \ .rr, Vb, .... :
4 them In entertainments tike -. borribltf+ Take a doe of the dangerous destroying she sale of calomel beeauseIt -- 'e '
J encourage: Real fstateAiicjcy. . ., 1.- drug ton pt cod t.o..o. ""u.-ID&7.. lose 'to real Uvef sseeMaei eaUraly ""P" .> '
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yroung.people: ,together,.to godofall. i :, 'Realty bought and ,okl'Houses v ''eau_ 'necrosis' of ''the;' boaea.. awl; .. .. i ... -,1\,. taeaM

. Calomel .when': it >_..".. .nat.r: I. '
Mrs. JtilG'ww Ui. :returned Monday rented e -*- J* >'*- *" t ,' reonUet ywY .M:: ,
k y *. '' 137.75 with sour-bile crashes lato It, braking liver. ... week and:......
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' ...:Job. in the 'ban'kl on Monday' morning.l iFue'L1feandAccident'7d.lndamnft : .. ;.; -, I low.rates to all otWwieerts; Crest Takes- Calm Becky KouataJBS.. Yefio.sto.e.. UveKis: torpid .and > bowels eonstlpatador'you abeUl. .,"4 Dais'" Liver 1w v OI ."
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!1Ii Rt : .. I DEPARTMENT OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING Bookkeeping and Business Practice./. III.P.W. } \,




DEPARTMENT OP BOOKKEEPING AND BUSINESS PRACTICE :



ftl,:;;" 'I_ CENTRAL: B USI.IfSS COLLEGE OF FLORIDA Kissimmee, ,Florida' il,


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_ ;1.:1:iBI6eCATTLESHIPMENT With his family he has this week mov- I enclosed for replies have been comingin I FOR RENT-Modern fire-room bun:.' ', : a
: < ed into the large and very handsome KnOXVILlEATTORNEY BROKAW GOES WITH .slowly but Mr. Evans requests the galow in the heart of Kissimmee., .
residence just completed on Lake Lu Valley Gazette; to announce that the I Inquire: at 106 South Vernon aTei' i .
i' Y' cerne. time is now getting short and he nue '.-U' '"
: GOES TO KANSAS CITY The land sold to'the Sanford com- TRADES FOR PROPERTY : BUCKEYE NURSERIES would like to have reports in within I ,"I

,. pany it to be used by them as an'im i the next few days. FOR SALE-Two boats; one 86x10 .' '
' mense stock farm horses, cattle and I 18 H. P. T. & M. engine; one 1J I
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: BETWEEN BOO AND 900 HEAD OF Buckeye Nurseries of Tampa have
i- J, "'", hogs to be raised in large numbers. GEORGE W. FOX TO HKCOME: POSSESSOR foot long, 4 H. P. engine will sell, "" 3
Mr. W. H. Brokaw of Orlando
engaged
OSCEOLA COUNTY BEEF STOCK ,
1 The purchase price was not definitely cheap; also one pair large mules, f.. .
OF J. K. Kl'SH PHOPEHTY to them in Lake Orange >
i.. .: SENT TO PACKING HOUSE OF given, but it is said to have been over represent H. W. Thurman. 22tfrr'FOR ,..
ON MABBETTE STREET Osceola and Seminole counties.Mr. .
/ CUDAHY COMPANY OTHERSTO 100000. Mr. Giles is the largest own- : I WantAds. I .
I I Brokaw is well known
AND WILL SPEND: HIS WIN- very .
GO LATER.. er in the noted Black Hammock, also among the citrus fruit growers of this RENT-Six room modern cottage .-- \.:

', A I,1 located. Seminole county. $50,000 TERS HERE IN FUTURE. section and will prove a valuable acquisition close In;, $12 per month. E. .
has been spent recently by the joint to the staff. He has E. Wells, Real Estate and Insur,
y, Between 800 and 900 head of beef owners of the Black Hammock in already commenced Buckeye his work and will I FOUND-Gold ring set with garnet ance.. 104 Fosslel AT*. (Tbe Inn). ;
W. attorney ,
George Fox a prominent 1Wheeerer
i' { cattle off prairies of Osceoln county drainage and canal work and this of Tenn. will be travel out of Orlando. and ,pearls. Owner can recover by
Knoxville ,
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r were shipped on a special train rich garden land is to be divided in an I proving property and paying for
His decision to make connectionwith
the. ten-acre tracts and the addition to Kissinimeee's' winter visitors this notice. 86.lt You Ned OeaersJ TeaSe
placed
ya u t. Monday to Cudahy Packing company on mar-
4 beginning: this year. Mr. Fox the Buckeye Nurseries was reached Take 0r0\t1 '.
This ket this winter.TAMPA .
at Kansas City. cattleshipment
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4 days here this week concluding by Mr. Brokaw only after a very FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-I have The Old 'Standard Grove's.Tasteless
) L was made by the Carson
t up the transfer of papers by careful investigation of numerous of 130-acre improved farm, all in good valuable ;
chill Tonic is iJ
equally as *
Cattle Lesley & Bass and ;
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company which he trades 151 in Jefferson : the leading citrus fruit nurseries of
and
PREPARES FORSOUTHRJRIDA acres repair one 90-acre farm improved General Tonic because It contains thewell
Bull Bass.t \
f county, Tennessee, to J. E. Rush for : the state. His feeling that he could ; will exchange for pro known tonic properties of QUININB .
The cattle, which were purchased the Rush residence property on Mab- best serve the interests of his customers in vicinity of Kissimmee or will and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives I r
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and.selected by C. W. Runee, representing FAIREven bette street. The deal made on a by representing the Buckeye Jacob Huffman, Howard Ridge, Mis-I I cot Malaria. Enriches the Blood sad '::
\ the Cudahy company, is the basis of $10,000 was made by J. Mc- people is based on their unequalled souri. 86-6tpd Builds up the W 6l. System. SO cents.
firsV of other shipments to be made Phatter, the well-known real estate facilities for handling business and the ..1.

.r later., at this early date the rail- dealer superior quality of trees that they pro FOR SALE-Banana and pineapple --, "

Mr. Fox has been reader of the duce. plants. Shaker Colony, St. Cloud,
roads included in the Southeastern a t ;
yc CATTLE : BRING GOOD Passenger Association have granted Kissimmee Valley Gazette for several Fla. 364tpdFOR CHICHESTER S PILLS /, :.

', rates of practically one fare for the weeks and declared when talking witha EVANS ASKS REPORTON SALE-Lot of second-hand fui- : "' BBANn.... j ..a ,-
of the that he : t :::::: := ;;
round trip to Tampa from Washington representative paper niture-beds, springs, dressers I..e sBd rf '.
1: :PRICE IN MARKET Evansville; Louisville St. Louis was well-pleased with the paper. He chairs stoves, etc. See J. E. Rush! boiw.., _moles M4.._wMfc Y.pl Mut2Si au. _
.. and other Ohio and Mississippi river i said: "That's a fine paper( you publish OATS AND RYEB. city. U6-tf Z. A......(B... .r:; ..' .. ",
W ." P-. __ _ points in honor of the South Florida here and I want to keep on takingit e. .'IA_ '* "**"'."'yfiXytWiSOU ,.' 'I

y' :(Continued trom .pa... One.) Fair and Gasparilla Cimival to be right along to keep up with the FOR SALE-Small Iron .safe at thetrazetle BV'OUIGWTSEVERiflvMaifiInsurance
}' x held late in January or early in Feb- happening here." office. tf "
; &,''Co. bought at'the: same price 78 ruary. Later on connecting lines. will E. Evans county demonstration ,....
;'' .1,: 'steers, 610 pounds. Coffer low rates from New/York, Chi agent sent out requests recently to WILL TRADE close-in lot for hone }1CORSO. "
{ 'J. -. ''Ed.-Whaley, Kissimmee, Fla., two ago Kansas City and other distant WEKIVABAPTISTASS'N.TO the farmers of Osceola county asking and wagon or automobile and giveor -
''''!II' :tars.- -Co: bought 28 bulls, points, and the Atlantic Coast Line, that those who expect to plant oats take difference. Box 247 City.
;' t 621 pounds rstLld: ;, one .h.lf.r. 070 Seaboard Air Line and Southern and rye communicate with him in regard 85-tf .
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."r 'pounds $5.25. and two cows 600 pounds preparing to operate farmers' special HOLD MEET HERE to seed for planting.He FflEQ.E
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1 '" took this step so that the fannen' FOR SALE:-Four-room cottage, closein.
-.. J"' at $&-66., At $4.90.42 steers weighing. trains .in. ,order to attract agriculturists ,
: '''.844 pounds sold'to Morris A Co, from other states to this cection. could co-operate in the purchase large lot, very attractive at a ; ,1
'I .. ". Lesley, ; >oV> Ba..K1l1lmmee. The Gasparilla Carnival which is The' fifth Sunday meeting of the of seed and thus reduce the coat by bargain. Small cash payment downor "
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I' ; r;., ',. .':/'three can.'This entire wi to be made simply an advertising and Wekiva Baptist association will be buying in large Quantities. Blanks would take good lot as part payment 1< ,1

'\\I' .. 'W'" old to Swift, & Co., as follows: ; 72 crowd-drawing adjunct .to the, fair held in the beginning < balance liko rent. Owner*, Box >#
_ .,n1". .', steers482' pounds, ,29 steers,*;;466Knnds will be advertised in the north as never FrIday\,nlebt. August 27, and closing. NOTICE OF TEACHERS' 247 City. 8S-tf ' ." " t 1i'

" ";;1 at''$4.90;. ,6' "bulls-;* 598-: pounds, before b7',the.Fair Association,' railroads Sunday''' night, the 29th. B* E. T.: EXAMINATIONThe FOR SALE-Five h rae-power. ei that Insures;: .,

A', '.,. ,: hotels and other agencies, and Poulson, pastor of the Firstwaptist regular uniform Florida Teach.I line engine and circular wood saw, _. ., g
'. I.'J,>'' ..IJ. ,It. Deer Park, Fla., in. view of the fact that European church of Orlando; will pr acriNtelur- "
1\\ Donn I ers' examination will>be held at the Address. J F. Nlswonger Kissim
,.1(, ,1i'J Hfflin ea. { \ A.Co.,,,14, bulls, war will prevent tHou.andslrom going I day at-11 a, m.?;'August 28. - ., court' house, Kissimmeei;, Florida' at ; ,' \ Protection I. that t Protects
kEt. AW, $'.85,20.; steers; 712 T, F,: Hendon efficiency mee. >85-3tpd>> ;. ;,
",',;;.I ;. pounds, ; abroad and the expositions at San ''r Rev. ;secretary 8:30 +X M., on September.. 1915. :j-i. : '
'. .> pounds 'one cow, 640 pounds, $5.50 )of the state convention,- will + ,
?ae ;,I ;,; ; Francisco and San Diego will be' closed All applicants are required to bring DWELLINGS for apply to M. !
},.(: .f" : .; 650 pounds $5.00'threes'cows633 preach Sunday morning and night rent
;on cow; the attendance is certain to be of their own and ink, together Tiller.
i';' ) pounds, ",615.' To. Morris a record-breaking order. Railroadmen The public generally il is invited to at- with endorsement paper pen ofgood moral character r.

iff si' A 'steers 641 pounds,nee eFla predict that between 600,000 and tend these meetings. Several visitors and a fee of $1.00. All who de STRAWBERRY PLANTS: -Send $2.60 f a
_ kiL, y;1. Carson CatU.Co:; Klesl ., 700,000 people will visit Florida dur-. will be present and an instructive program sire to take the, examination, please? I for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.50.Peach DAKIN' AVENUE :;\/
'three cars.To Swift A Co., 59 steers,' the winter and this is will be rendered- Introductorysermon
ing months responsible plum and
p i..:,; notify me and receive a blank formto pear cherry treesat "
4S1 pounds. .41\r calves 639 pounds,I for the decision of the South Saturday night be filled out. 10 to. 16 cents each. John Light- KISSIMMEE:'" ;
FLORIDATheodore
r; .t.hree.eo." .,..' 643 pounds, ".65; two I' Florida Chamber of Commerce and C. E. YOWELL foot. E. Chattanooga. Tenn. 48-tf r. -, : -!
scows, 456)'pounds. $4.00; 14 bulls, 610 Tampa Board of Trade in favor of f 35-3t Superintendent.I. '..:J

i.. 'r.pounds, $..815.- rIt \ holding an agricultural fair in Tampa.County FLORIDA LIFE POLICY FOR SALE-No. 6 Oliver typewriter, .."M '.;
Ir : Is stated that considering the fact and individual exhibits are expected ClrrvM Court for the **T...h .>..11- nearly new. Price $40; cost $106.
n that the cattle sold, on a market that rial Oil-mil .f the .f S. H. ,
from all sections and several Slut Florliti. Apply to Bul1 dt. tf l tfj
was 26 cents per.cwt. lower than the I counties have already arranged to HOLDERS RE-INSURED !. and For O.ee.laSTATUTORY Uomm,.. _

i t ,, ,close j,of the 1 I+ ; mentswere' sold to good advantage, wagon one 2 : Buick in
The business men of Tampa want it ADOPTION or CHILD cy. good Deschner
,"i...,, C-1s ,compared, to '''the:'pricea paid for this distinctly understood that not one Policy holders of the Florida Life Itarford McI.anchllB.ReAdo condition good tires; must sell or ,

'141, -7.. '*> same class of cattle In Florida. penny that is invested in the South Insurance Company are being notified tloM N.tl..1 of Itobort A..Malhrw U... KVBM. trade at once. A. M. Jones P. O. GUNSMITH fI
.. J. R. Donegan and W, M. Davis, both Florida fair will be' expended in be- that they are to be reinsured by the To All WhoM' It Mar Comcmi Box 221 Kissimmee. 7tf
r.r-; r .of' Orlando,- and.?!&' L. Lesley, LeroyLesley half'of the Gasparilla Carnival which Inter outhern Life Insurance Company Be It known, that on the 24th day of Cx llth aaeTlwU Arrow

d ; '' ;'"- and ) .;L.\ MaUoy, oil of XI.i .- will be used wholly for the purpose of of Louisville, Ky. The noticesare the September Honorable A. D. 1916. I hall apply. to, FOR RENT-Furnished flats. Applyat ST. CLOUD'rrLORIDA, f..i.:
Jame.
W. P.r isZ
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? i ttr ,,, the train. In sent out by State TreasurerJ. > I the Calotte I
;, \ 'almmee accompanied advertising and drawing crowds to being Judge of the Circuit Court for the office. tf
.4. 1,1' '.peaking regarding'the shipments in South Florida from other states, as it C. Luning, who explains in his no- Seventh Judicial Circuit ot the State of sZ.k*I'i
s'rqu.sUon'they' stated) ..Th.... cattle receives more tree: advertising from tices that is was impossible to Con- Florida for the legalization of the '.1., "

\ co' :fyff}- au,':raiaed 'In' Osceola county northern newspapers than either the vince the policy holders that the af- chllu Adoption now of realdlnaIn Robert Mathew Klulmmee Evans City, a, I.... _..A..___ ..A"__ ___..__ ___.....:.. _____ _ __' ._... :.r... ....;. .. _.
ir,t; ''u; Imherto we have been contracting our New Orleans or Mobile Mardi Gras fairs of the company could be properly Onreola County FlorldVa. tI- .,- .,- .,- .,." ,tI- ..i'i;',;.... '>

f.r b ,{!;", cattle direct to packers, but have de- celebrations.If adjusted and that the sanction Bated thU 21th dar of Aucuat. A. D. ......l-.
"; le "elded: it was greatly to our advantage of thfl'court be arranged for the rein- 1916. .. ".
\ R.A FORD MCLAUGHLIN. '
... Ito >shlp' them .,direct to ETAOIN surance of all policies in the Kentucky Johnston & (Garrett WILL YOU (i-

f _. .to. ship them to the open market and Women Only KnewWhat company. lt1oner. It-it Your Answer is law" f.

:( ,,thu..eurethe, benefit of competition The Florida Life Insurance Com-
e 't ,of .buyers-'which' we could not a Heap of Happiness it Would pany will collect all premiums up to STATsESBORO. MINISTER With Us ::1
a :l o. 'do'at hom" -.We; regard the National Bring to Kissimmee Homes. September 30, and blank forms of the fiJ.V

?. :. 'Stock .Yards as our market. Hard to do housework with an aching agreement are being sent to the policy .
:ir. .. W* weNlverywel1llea;> ed with back holders for their signature. GETS REAL HELP \
r r. the run the We are prepared: to ,t
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:}i ; Brings you hours of misery( at leisure ----
lit. ,Assistance of the'Atlantic ,,Coast )Line or at work.If Paint Put-on Rev J.'Powell'Tcils How He Found /
:4 1''hleh'handled' the. train to Montgom- furnish nearly everything' d
<> ; women only knew the cause- .New Strength to Giv* t* ,
and from,there to the market via .
s 7 ery, that His Labors
the\.1L A;..O.w'had ,Only one atop 'Backache";pains often come from Think of paint put-on and not by Rev.,J. Powell Statesboro' < Oa;; ,: : ;/ in .the-.> '' line, of] .... '-' ,
\for rest and feed en route through this weak,, kidneys, the gallon saflTered' from stomach troubles so seriously I ',.1

k '. ','..pedal service",;* .c. , .'Twould save'much needless woe" A gallon of paint in the can is of no that they affected his.work. ? .' ;Fresh and Salt Meati' ,. :
.a s ,r Th. National Live4 Stock Commisaion -. Doan's 'Kidney Pills are for weaICkldnL account to anybody. Put it on.. Now Ha strug led on under the. handicap '. leiums., I '
\ :Co" Write. Southeast Live Stock: ;- reckon )its cost and value. as best ,be ''could-harcn realizing A.C f '
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,;; "We"'are': making. a ,, special 'effort .to '.Read whf 'a Kisslmmee woman twice perhaps, just how..much .his sickness Sometloies we may
t The secret isi paint "
:. .. service 'to' the one goes' was hurting him .'fr'; :/,' *. y ;
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.iontheeaasstbcoua ;;V.One / ;: i 3 3egbi
s'." r' inclndind saysf as far as another. 'A good -one goes t haabld'to i flll'youl'"order? 'Itlto.'wew111 tell :No
day he ed ; you.
,,, Florida**.. ,Mrs;, J; L.. Beaman take St.,. Klsslmmec -J twice sitar .. .a bad one' .lean of.Maar's.Won.derful ... '

d W Georgia' ; Alabama- and Mississippi_ILIL1IJL] 1, ." ,* ;' saysi' "Kidney ,and bladderanno.ance.pveJme'1' : "You have a'Job.'tay' an average job. -then'' 'Remedy.decided to' .He'took take;.thefullrtreat.ment the first4ose* / itnte will be;: ntrvi; iihput.. tour consent._ ;
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It'll take 10.gallons Devoe an) 12, or .:He wrete:[ ''*\.vX) ..vjX

t4. IG CATTLE RANGE ISk.H and they Doan',brought. Kidney relief.Pills, Doan'e 4s. directed Kid. poor 15 or and 18 or trash.20'e>r'You middling know: poor painters''very- wonderful."Sincp using remedy the I.feel.like sue I.! bottles another of your Wfiat. ,VViji: 'You ..tave'1 ?

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ney Pills are a reliable medicine and I in town. Put the of '. 'It has '. .
:wages your. .! price.; man. been'quitete a wonder. ;tome .:
SEMINOLE CO don*''mind" ; recommending them a.' gallon paint( :, and."tho 'painter's to,.knowv: how'one;collld j have a will .
A trial order convince that-our meats and
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