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: September 3, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00714
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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>J -.Ar fv- .. .. . ,, j,, / , : ;BUSINESS CONDITIONS, THERE.WHICH BE SAYS SHOW,,MARK'ED : .

.. ." I'. < '. ./ ,,\, .,.. 'A \ .- -_ ,A -:, ,' SIGNS; OF. COMING' PROSPERITY1- DELEGATES ;TO':' BE', I ; ,

4 SI' ;Demonstrator' i !; Evaas ri ''Gets: i "No Women 1 l Folks" ; 'or Picnic, . 'NAMED; TO'- "..'"

.. John M. Lee, one of?.the.foremost Lee's"address t* sure to b.'tUled with .
; "linBlDiDnatioi.VINTEREST: .Dinner'Included"SUBJECT citizen of Kieslmmee l'tusk-an facte'.whidt.should be interesting ., 't to, Prepare': For, Saasoa'NEW Odwrs: M Acril 1;
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(I ,, J,.. .t address at .'meeting the Board of the dticen of .Kissimmee. _b I .. >
,II' ;,, be'held In the"City" Council ', .The 'boa.d, ,will also teke'up the .,' ..., .. 5- } .. '
r SHOWN IN WORK HAS CAUSES WORDY DISCUSSION hall tonight at:1soo'dock.Thts'lat : matter,naming 'delegate-i. to the MACHINERY BEING 'INSTALLED EGGPLANT SECOND AND STRAW*.
HAD BIG EFFECT UPON FREE 1. first meeting.the-organization meeting of the Central Florida Highway .
In several weeks and large attendance Association which will be' held *
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,' IN "THIS OF' trip through the north and west and pb ned' a meeting ,for similar '
YEAR, '/ NOUNCED SPEAKERS. will tell 'those who are'present. his pose .which'will be held next Tuss- HEADS TO BE '' '- ..' *".
., U.SED. :COMPLETE.t ,..
views of business'conditions throughout' day evening The St. Cloud organisation " ,
the country. Mr. Lee declares ha invited Kissimmee's boardto ,

k '+f '* B. E. Evans, the farm demonstrator "Womenfolks' picnic dinners vs that money'' seems plentiful :la' the meet(With them and to make up a Everything' activity about the Sweet lIOta'to..' ....thi'crop'now: .
? for 01n.list county,' has secured a field work and actual study of.farmIng north and that everywhere are indications big' delegation from Osceola county Waters A Carson packinghouse which planted or about to b* planted in Oosola *-"
a of prizes for the Corn Club methods," might have been. the of an era of prosperity: Mr.. ,to attendthe ,.meeting, in Lakeland. has been leased byi 'the \KinimmeeCitrusGrowers county according to "th" figure' *

::4 ," Boys in this county. These prizes donated subject of a wordy but not wrathy .. ",". ' , '.. -.' ,, , ,, , '.. -- ------- A ociation,- affiliated made up from report' cured,romf" ?
t by various business houses and debate at the last meeting the Os- : with the Florida'Citr'U-\Exchange. farmer by County;-Demonstrator'B* '
,,' mothers will be given as "awards of ceola Fruit and.Truck Growers Association The citrus' growers who are membersof E., Evan. Blanks ;were sent out to' '
+' merit. when the decisions. are made, as held Saturday at the city council MORE .CATTLE'TO BE' KISSIMMEE. SCHOOLS' the organization are;'' enthusiastic. the farmers'several' .week* ago'asking ",
,' to the boy. work. hall. The debate came at the close about the coming season'and, '''with that they make a report of- the .aero-''.'' ,

,1&.4 The' Boys Corn Club work has been of an interesting and instructive season SENT TO ST.. LOUIS more than two-thirds<'of i the crop of age of various crop planted'growing y
the big element in increasing the acreage but it served to prove that the $ TO the county represented in the''membership or about to b*'punted Not.all the,
4' a and production of corn in the members of the association are able there is every? reason .to- believe farmer :reported; but the,,total"of j
JI, F South and the interest shown in Osce- good word fight on almostanysubject. 'that their JOptimism/;i.:' '....U. those'' 'who; did report show '..... .
", 'ola county has had a big effect. The STOCKMEN PLAN TO SHIP THIR: ALL, ARRANGEMENTS'MADE AND founded. ,* potatoes in the>,'lead .with 'W acre*, a'

d .' ? crop of OOrn in Osceola county this The argument came up when the TY-SEVEN CARLOADS TO NATIONAL INTERIOR Or OSCEOLA HIGHsqloot The directors of the association met eggplant second with 86 ,acre*, end, aetrawberrieethird
$ year is said to be the largest ever pro- association began the consideration ofa In regular weekly session Saturday with 20 aero*. '
:s" duced. The success of the corn club motion to hold a "field day" in the LIVE STOCK COMMIS. BUILDING BEAUTI-- with President.Stratton ID'the.chair.' .It' is ,,known that there :will...lre'In'yiU '

;?'' 3'r boys and the farmers generally this near future' at the Edgewater Farms SION COMPANY FOR SALE, IN FULLY. REPAINTED NEW The session was' a ; as the, about thlrty-flve acre'of' atnwvita; 1
that south of the city. Because we do not berries planted for.the coming usenitand
of the
year means an even larger acreage opening season is rapidly approaching ,
I w will be put in next. season with to cause trouble between any OPEN MARKET SOON. PLAN FOR OPENINGAll and after laying more plans K atmm.. and ..vicinity '1s7. ':nt**
of the members of the association and to' be 'of the' &:
The prizes donated for Osceola for the yearthe board went'to their wives will not tell who strawberry markets of the
follows good we packing house where they i inspected state next;;
.county are Board as of Education: to took sides against the womenfolks and Because of the success which attended + arrangements have been completed the work now going on. .' ,, spring.' Th*',eggplant, acreage A,wH1r"j\ "
o i'7 Gainesville County and Short-Course the nice picnic dinners. their first shipment of cattleto for the opening of the Kissim New machinery Is being dded'dally probablr be nearer 4ft.than.thirty-be "f4
f in the Ten-Day school there. Let it be known however that the the National Live Stock Commission mee public schools on Monday Sep and when the shipping season opens when all of the farmer bar reporteO.,, r
. Hunter Agricultural Land association finally decided that "busi Company in St. Louis cattlemenin I tember 13th. Prof. R. M. Evans i. the packine house will, be,equippedwith The increase in eggplant and*...w.+,'< a
r i ) Duroc Jersey boar.Company-Pure-bred ness is business" and that "women this vicinity are preparing for another looking forward to another successful every modem device for properly berry aawge,I. due to tit* work' .,!
Osceola Hardware folks and good things to eat" are not shipment to the same Louis year and states that' .everything handling the fruit 4\' -" the Osceola Fruit and Track o..wu.\.'':\*
w Company-Two.. conducive to hard work and study. The first shipment made to Stj. ,ready for the opening. '' Association produce a larger:acreage *''
Natal Grass seed.Citizens The 'directors decided upon'two'orthree
'.. pounds Bank of Kisaimmee For that reason the field day which is for sale in the open market left.KI.- A new plan will be tried this year of state crops *o that fee buyer ,
f (5 to be held at some futur date to be 'simmee on July 22 and consisted of In regard to the opening. Enrollment more improvements during the may, be brought Intci this Motion, and,
savings account. decided later will be for study atone. ,nineteen corloads. This shipment was day will be held on Saturday September session Saturday one of them Being shipment*.mod* in adCMWI'loM.i'i.. ;
Bank of Kissimmee 'u
of' 'offtce
-$5 savings A committee was named to arrange' arranged by M. G. Gardner representIng llth and all children who expect; the buUdinC' .n room an .Co-operation; along;.thi*. line ha* h
r account. the house
ur to
the date and means of transportationto the Commission company.: 'The to enter for the term are reqU ted to addition packing building.All been th* main endeavor' tIM", '
Shoe in
; ; Smith Company-$3.50 the Edgewater Farms and the trip prices paid for the cattle in the open .port on that day between th hoursof arrangements nave been completed cation and from, thi*'report It i* apparentthat'th
'trade. colored
r,, be made boat. The time market drop,in-tho,market 8:30 and' forth. use of beautifully movement-1
w W.' B. Makinson will-likely by despite a 10.30when they ill be *;-bearing1
,' cultivator.M. Company-Corn will be anounced later. lust prior to their arrival were much: given their book lists and assignments lithographed heads carrying fruit., ;.-- ? : w
the brand of the .aociationJ'Prld.of
4 Kat6 in trade. Although Mr. Wilkinson, of Lake. 'bettor than the cattlemen had been for lessons on Monday. This Oaeeola"nd.the, Th. completelist? a* :totalled by,
1', r a Waters St Carson land and C. M.- Berry of Sanford able to secure from packing companies plan her been adopted so that, real from will be fruit shipped Demonstrator Evan. .shows. the, fellow-'
Company-Bur just
Kissimmee about
asattractively "
were unable to be present to take up direct. For that reason, it issaid work may be'started on Monday with. lag figures .
., :..t 'clover seed for one acre. the discussion of the growing of English another shipment or rather two., wilt i ouf.the usual delay in. getting books packed,-asany that was ..J -

'*...*. the This list of prizes has been sent to peas and"p.ppprs, the subjectsstnnounced be made next'Week.' and'assignments of lessons.. Parents eversent-out Florida. 'from, IUITJ".aectIoa'pf" Irish Potatoei'.i.yOkra \ r).-,. ......."."-1'
It' state authorities in charge of the for the meeting there was Lesley & Bass have ordered twenty are.asked to aid in making the plan ?
: S.Potatoea ; .... ;:'" :;j.: _
house will have' .
- Tho packing ca .joo "': : ":
t u* boys corn club work and will Arhen be the arrangedfor plenty of good work'done by the members stock cars for September 11th and) a'success and they may if they wish, padty of three cars daily and It'marContiDuecroD" :._..._.;.,_ ;....' .....::..... ,"'a5
presentation in the of the twocrop. it i. said that the'Southport Cattle .their- children Saturday .
talking over .
accompany .. on --' 7011'PAYS -'- Dubeeu.---: ;; ...._. :
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&; \ awards for the work. during' the pastjeeason .. company will send out seventeen carson .and k. over matters' with. the , ." Eggplant ,_".a.;;:;..... ... ;.,:t-w-. ..S.;11.
; i, are made.'L' H. Barrlere told the meeting of his the 8th or 9th. This will make a teachers. Tomatoes -> __.' ...4:.:... '.- ..i
experience with Englishpeas and B. total of thirty-seven cars during1 the. Prof.:Evans, will be in, his"office : A COMPLIMENT Waormeloneos.lw} +...- :+ :,111'
: E. Evans . agent coming :week.ELECTRICAL. everymorrdngnext week* to,receiveparentsor CtntalODpe4yrw.r,.w.or.i' '1 r

HASJLINT LOCK GUN discussJ the subject informally telling others who may wish to Peppers.-\-- .,.;...;...-.;;(_; -: 15, .
.r( the growers i the best manner of discuss, with',him any matters' per TO CAPLW.A A.JOINER English Peas i,. '..;. ".,;..._.. .
}- : J' : staking the peas.- The subject of palmetto STORM HIT talning'.to",the opening'of: :.the school: Squash ..-. --- .---- .. '..
"..: HUNDREDNYEARS; : OLD ashes and their efficacy in Improving term. : ', V Carrots .. .....;; ;.;:.;_.:. --:........ ; '
> ,dis.CUlled. interior"'of the'.' I . "' .' 4, 1 ,,'
: I,; "the'soil' ;was" thoroughly; < 'The :: O.ceola High .< Superintendent A*Joiner of the Lettuce _::":__......'!;," """ , .
t '} r. "CITY SATURDAY'NIGHt School building I. a beautiful sight municipal 1 electric, light plant was ,.. ...... .,
: In '""'of wai.' nd rumors Mr..Sellers, of the'St. Cloud asso. since:its repainting'tinder the capable paid a compliment by A. M. SThl.trawbjrlei'114. i fill.. ''. '.

&>'J<}+' of warthere, i. unusual interest in themachines oflds'axpertence and told the growers direction' of Ernest Green.) 1a'fact Schoen chief engineer of the Florida anddoeTSttotel _,.,..

?1- of battle bOth present'and. at Sanford from; .'An,, electrical.storm'of unusual severity th..building looks' better than. new Inspection and Rating Bureau, which acreage OC.K ,.'
cis f.Yf; put ,For-hatreasonJ.sW.: Busby; which place ne 'came,to St.. Cloud<- hit Kissimmeo''last'Saturday dressed up as It is,,from>top to bot makes: inspection- electric i wiring give. :affair. 'idea.:ofo _. .,.i .. ,
.,' of Kissimmee, has been attracting no He declared that the main thing for evening-and while it caused no great tom'in a thorough workmanlike and for the insurance-eotnpanles.', ;. . of'the ,various "w growtnlr; .
.1 mall attention with'hie collection off the grower was irrigation.He. said damage it put enough electric'lighta artistic manner. Mr Green deserves In making bill report on Kissimmee planted or',to bo\planted' within, the: 8

i 't ,/ uHo.whicb, include a number of fir ey' (Continued on page /) out of commission keep Superintendent the commendation of community the engineer found only a few imperfections next;few weeks.' ".,.* ;
Yiarms of the days gone by. W. A. Joiner of the municipal In general for the way he has done thiswork' In the work of the local plant r -- t"'!
ftOne day thief week he brought to and the school board should be and saw fit to an 'jVC'ian"neat J '- .
I. plant and his force busy all'day Sun pay '
.jyy vTha; : Valley Gazette office an interest- LABOR-DAY EXCURSIONAND day doing repair work. complimented upon securing his ser compliment to the work of Superintendent BUSINESS'iCDLlEBE'IS/', '' :

:.' ,,,, i 'ing curio in the shape of a muzzle- The residence of Marion Carson in vice.The Joiner and his forces.' This :
>tloedtng, flint lock gun, which, according South Kissimmee woo struck by light- new janitor G. B. Woodall leaning hasUk.wi. compliment to Supt. Joiner was greatly 1
I to the mark its BASKET PICNICBAND .. done himself proud in by him and i ,HOSTTOMANYFMENOS
b on barrel was ning but \the damage was small. The appreciated a feather ; r
y'y made at Harper' Ferry Va., in 1815 lightning here played a peculiar up and putting the building into in the cap of Kissimmee for the) successful ' . .. .. .. . ..
'4- 'and was for use by the troops of Ohio. prank. Coming in over wires leading good shape for the opening.CONGRESSMAN management of Its plant.', ;: ..- .. m. ,.;. .
i 'h /i';; '. Mr.' Busby secured this run from an TO GIVE DAY'S OUTINGAT into the house it Jumped to?tho plumb- SPL DIDYROGR. M;:RBHDIpftHD* rfjQ' Y

.' 'f Told' Ohio farmer. Henry Kilbert sev-. FRYER'S COVE WITH TRIP Ing pipes and ran into the sink in the SEARS ,,,.ATUIGB: ; SCHOOL'AUDTTOWUMIN : ., ; s.
\ i years ago.t kitchen tearing the connection looseat : _J
.t t t. The gun is five feet in length and ON LAKE ABOARD STEAMER the base of the sink. The house 'HONOR i OF:-ENLARGBMXrfrOF + ,''I" ;

!'tbe'wooden: stock extends to within OSCEOLA AND BARGES-BOAT was thrown into darkness, but no serious POPULAR IN CAPITAL MACHINE :'! INSTITUTION... :AND..._!;.OPEN-..__._,..,. .., .... "'.
:/ "'three or four inches of the end of the LEAVES CITY DOCK' AT 8:80. damage reeulto4BELCUER AGENCY RE "n.tG 0._ -',-.a.L".TEn.- ,.. ""' '" """-_ _'""
i- : ; ; : ,?
;SI.- \barrel. It is about a twelve bore and I ,-, I11 -'
j t'*till possesses ite piece of flint. Mr. I. > -. -- 'g iBtween f fir : ,
\ '' The Kissimmee Concert Band will KISSIMMEE'S. SOLON ENTER E. L. Johnson the : ZOO ucf"3o "'_.
7. Busby says that it i. still in condition STANDS' PAT proprietor, per :.I (for.use and that he ,has killed many give a Labor Day excursion-'and basket TAINS FELLOW TOWNSMENAND 0.ce3b Bicycle has." purchased tended the entertainment given at .taoi.,
; "'"/ ,.'rat with it as a weapon. picnic -next Monday. The excursion SHOWS THEM THE SIGHTSOF the sewing machine businessof I High School auditorium on Tueaday TAT.nf5flbJr ,
,r) 'I'.. .c"CENTRAL' trip will be to Fryer Cove and return FOR MELBOURNE ROUTE J.'' W. Prentis' and will hereafter :* 5-"lC": ., .Ance ,' pretent; i- "
.on Captain John oQ-'* Osceola. Plentyof WASHINGTON-FIRST CONSTITUENTS handle this business in connectionwith and W. '::1I., Dawes .>reid trt. of r
? ; iLA1 barges have een secured to safely t TO ENTER HIS hisbicycle work. The Standardand the Central Business College of Flor-'r:. t ,;
HIGHWAY carry all who wish to spend a day's NEW OFFICE. Osceola brands will bo"handled ,Id.t.Kissimmee'. growing, educational! ,,
outing. 'The round trip fare will 'be Melbourne.-Commissioner Belcher and'others ma added later<\, 'institution..' '& - - q ''t+)u '

' ::ASS'OCIKTioNTO: 25 cents for adults and 15 ,cents for of the Dixie Highway association Mr. Johnson has for.some time don I A splendid program of musical'num "
,= children. sticks for the Melbourne route of the C. W. Griffin and C. L. Bandy of repair work on machines and the business ,hen wa*'l'e1Ic1ered.:.including', the/ ol'f.1.;
''v {"t'. There (Is'beautiful shade-for a picnic westernroad o; the highway and in a this city were the first constituents of will fit in nicely with bill estab.lished lowing<<: ? .. ? : ; *
y. at Fryer's Cove with a Rood landing letter to Commissioner Saxon pub- Congressman W. J. Sears.'their fellow trade.. He is a worthy''young i', Mw;Si H.Bnlloek/Tiolin: oio;Wee',, !.
fa. ),. 'The''' next meeting of the Central and'Ili beach for.b thinC. The fished in the Melbourne Times.,he says townsman visit his fine* new office man and deserves,: tho' patronage. i In** Carson vocal ;ooloj Mia* Ruby;t r1'' ' 7
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{ Florida Highway; Association whlebl' bills put outby the band say there he cannot concur In the ,western in the' Congressional Office Building toM public. > Ella pianooloj Mr. Daweo/readingf, V ,
'' \ i'r' had !ite birth as a result of a meeting will be m ?bai dl concert, bathing} boa>' route of,the Dixie":Highway,(us outlined in Washington. They have' __, Mra.. Earl Lupferr.sdngiTonrRs; ,.+ ,
(of delegates called in Kissimmee last Ingt alligators,',and''red bun** by Saxon).through the counties from -a visit there with'just Congressman returned ' pro,'' violin solo, and also a dust with ,I'" '.
,w, f .May will be held Lakeland on Sep- to entertain ''the excursionist Th of XafayetteMadison, Jefferson and ,. Sear. and'are in- THREE''PLEAD., GUILTY: Mr*.. Bullock. ' ' u\ ; :'
II ..:.: timber 9th. A large attendance is bill continue: "Plenty-of ice cream and Leon,joining the main line 'at' T.u..j their:?compliment: of KJssimmee's-profuse , .Splendid addresses :irere'heo'riadi 1. '
'}'I: que.ted.bY"the offid" of th. organization. cold 'drinks "In..fact:i,,everything for lassee:.' his le"to Commissioner aolon.._ ... : bT Mr. Doges: and M ,.,Aaate41U14 tM. . ,\ .
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!,; .\ Secretory Dickie ha cent your comfort and'pleasure.' Kverybody Saxon/Commissioner Belcher says: Mr."Griffin saysj BEFORE JUDGE MURPHYTAree R.-S.*W..Lawler., '. I' ,?'/'

: 'ti ''out.the. following; letter. to., is invited to poin in.thti day. ,"* contention ill to make this route' .. '. ,Ths..vening was pieisantly.'apont:'; ;*.(''.4'' .
"; ,' of central' Florida outing. Get. out ly'our.' bathing suit a* near straight as possible and in accordance "Joforthat's what they call him. :: : ;;:- DT'all. wlao:attendd-rand everyono''*-'

t'1' To Florida Editors: .. load up,,. 'our'baeket: and com: along.,),, with the! pledges which w* even if he is a congressman) certainly persons pleadedguUty before wished the school well at this 'celebr*>',v4* ;
Newspapers mold public sentiment have.from-the different counties.1Tho is some -popular man in Washington.He .Judge M. -of *
;; :. T; Murph th.'county tion of Ite oniorgement and growth;,, s5"}
1 ""' '. ,and-public sentiment cause action.* ;: ; i road which I have suggested is in accordance knows all of the;'officials in the court f lost;Friday.xTaoy werer./ ; .; : , ,? : ,; J *
t;!, God roads'are' the greatest require- B with the meeting of the Flora capital city(and one would think', bewas ,Ernest.McDonald-colored-'charged ; ;
1 it -i'4 ,
ai > 'ment Vof ourstete .t.. 'thi. tlDM'rJ1eedmore r.ATE'ISSIMMEE da Central'>IIlghway_ ::association, in his homo towJJ't..y he was with aggravated Assault seatencodto. "," ';
'.' .\ favorable, eommentand; e,l which was held;:on May 8 with the greeted u..two went' about tho "dtjr twelve month la tho convict camp'. .!: Sundoy school at '9fafu+ ;sea ct ; more concerted action., : : PARKAdoipizl'Nabfa exception of going across th."G lodes seeing the.sight. He has been quick Pearl. ,White, coloredldargedwith'\ Bryan" sups.. %* 'AJ'Canon ',teacher of. \. 1
'f. to; pick-up'the way'of Bibl claao. :Pator< A.-./1.- Holt
"f1 1N041'' At Lakeland, Florida'on Thursday; toArcadia. ; '' r'v ;-;> congressmen selllrg liquor, 'sentenced/ to tour !
'4 "Wr. ,
i ,meeting of the Central.Florida High.wayAseciaUOnwhich'laexpectedto- .-\ v thi""".week purchased? be1 direct .asp possiblf,and from, the IlOme tMndheartedneis; ,tin. bll.' ?offtdal I Bob Evan, white, charged with'selling -; ,to;man; and at,night ton.Man'*.,gift* 1'. ',\
P data we1 have it feasi- *, -t to'. God*; ,Perhap* 'next.1.:;;Bandar v'th*:
i; from.W. L Hengesly fifteen acres of strike* me more . ),1 ? liquor, sentenced to.five month* in
t r '. tlbe'> attended cood.roads.DMt- oran !Ianct at'Kisslmmee'ParkyThe' wee teke.the route from,Melbourne I t ."1. belle.e'Joo Se.r. I II' going, to the camp,, .. ,,, "i\3+ .' ' .lectures.' .0.' "..'the., .Holy".. ,Land.t, 'will' "J be"t' ,; 1,a.r i+
n ?,' "!::'.1nC everheldin, the stato-' ..We.:want deal'*was mode through IS.,.:McPhatter to'Kissimmee-, Orlando,- Le sburg, nako'.' the-best'congressman: we,ever t. umedr'' ,.
e'' '[yoa''' present 'and' a* many':of ,,the local real estate man.-: .';' ucala,'.Gainesville<*nd to-either JLak ha4 'and |*certainly> am'glad to -.1' ;is:""'"and' Mrs.:'-George W,,::Persons Th' Busy Bee filmet'at'r ..'.,,"-
? your readers' as posstbls.'It'takea publicity -..'.McPhattcr.modo; trip to -Kls-' JJtyor;,Live ,Oak;'going,,.1Io'tb"lnt.o tbaU,''We.wtre the first of Joe's returnedWednesday from* 'trip ,to Th : .',Y/ Pv .
<"'" to get attendance and with your simmee Park t.h.J'! week and states that Georgia;.taking;tho .est ,road;whichrotvcan prteri'andeonsUtust.'to. his Baltimore and'other market:; center p. m: "Tb. B..Y.+;P.. U..; wffl teoot?: ',"
'. t,,vupport w*feel sure that we can count he'found-tho'' tnereIn, '...-,.is i the,moat- direct, and tne new .ofll \tri.the Congressional in- the east,'where'Mr." Person .went i:4S: tvm?>;\\yo: night'sermon wOl bo,

f .iAftipon? "&'mOl enthusiastic: god roads fine c ndition.;orahggroves/;. j". ;.' >rahching,:from.,thl., I:,would' "V kbtetion.vf A. tributaries,'leading ,east and west:and fine plaeon .>'? ." lay:'Limit 'store ..Mr.,.Persons reports '
1'I p i".. Join us ari4liav: } 'The R .:'Jlr. IloUey Mocon-who to the'south.: ; ; / "One would uwik.from the way be that ho found many goody bargain and '. 'Earl ,y lei:M." B:;;... ;J.: L yA'
:* \I'iii in Lakeland On Thursday\Septem., bas been here for several. days looking ': "'Thi, route'' :lade'i.thMngh'the"..repvsetitotlve goa about thing ln,Washington many that be wa* abl. to cheaper. th anever Cadel:L&,,J>armv T-,w.. ...... sad i'a.hofyrM,1r'tltr'
.',. tier 9th;, ail tho..'that r can come in after: property Interests left on.Tue: part of Florida and by fol- ao had been 'congressman.for before.: :After, their visit to the George I Ovorstroat, t 4'" I".". iN
'"...thtir.. machine are requested to day for 'his--hom, *.' :Rev.1 ,HoQey;ro- lowiq,,..t..l chia"the ,most direct years and be will'to do thing markets ,Mr. and Mrs-+P.rsonr'spent Klssimmeo Qm.rtBfrj a.cad to Or-
." ;Yosrs7'very) truly; l"' '" i centlpurchosod;th* ;Moon property no ono can pay that. the commissioners cor his district that DO other congressman !some time .laiUng'wlth relative' be lando Th ti*>y .
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the Kissimmcc Gazette first 'and 'foremost ''(n 'the 'interest'of: that idaywili notbe, ''able. to take' care, of, ,thecrowd.t : : : ; : ?
Valley! " Said ,
,, Corporation.-; 4; ; ,1, i| State PressCant 1 ]i "

.\-' .", ..blUb'*.* ,...-, ffttmr.OfBtw'la . Remember,this faci,in all the discussions The secretary of" the;Highway- Assoela.tiou AboutKissimmce i 4

I \. Taller Uaevtf B.II.I.s. KIi.l. ru.iW.B. of the merits demerits of,the two publications says he has' been 1iteran1.w mped ; '

( ; ,HARRIS AND" H. O..VANS AOHBW,,, Owawn.K..K. 'an' a means oflettiug',the Osceola with letters asking for information' 'regarding Considerable attention thas ,been '

.. HAVGS.B.. Edlt.r rid !....,......, county people allow' what they must bel..gal1.rtold 'the highway and get to Florida: given li? Florida newspapers' to the"alleged ,Kissimmee shipped coq head of cat.
remarks of the
,, .J the medium of a lie said that the.,number of inquiries indicates attorney general tie1 to Kansas Ci>y Monday.Zolfo'SprlagsTruth.
........p Ret... through legal ,, Kansas'' "
( of 'that Florida ,land Is
't. One __. not .. .:
Oo"-On. Tug __. _ ,'Lit ,
1, .One Copy Six Montb. 1"--.w "'" ......-............., 3.00 advertisement.The that avery: large number"of::N6rthcrn worth a damn; "One editor confessesto ,' : ' +
One, COB", Tbr.. Moat.. ___----_..,.. .7' expect to come to Florida this ; - I 'andDesoto '
Tribpne' editorial then begins to having.received a letter.froth Kan Sblppl'ng''csttle ,from ,Osceola

All communication, must ,be.except Blcncd,from tor the our writer.authorisedcorrespondents berate the people of St.. Cloud because they winter in automobiles. The Dixie Highway ..inquiring if the attarney general's. counties Is becoming of weekly a ,

Rejected: matter will loot b. returned unless called do not patronize its columns. The editorial is by no means a reality yet; but thq appraisement of Florida f land Is,cor occurrence. i2,000fhead are being t Sent ito i

r .' .for. ._ says : people have a notion that it is finished and rect. In his reply he )Attempts to be from" the prairie of.0eceo1a this week

f '( Poetofflce In Klealmmee Florida.It'n1DAY they are planning to come to the state during funny, stating that below. Lake Okee- the Cudahy Packing company ,,at

.. -a* ioond claiihe. .. .) "But what worries us is, what manner of / the winter. chobee the land U under water ex Kansas City;.' and two trains. were
is it who will deliberately patronize a '
\ man when the prospective sent from Arcadia to Sty Louis and
SEPTEMBER, 1915. newspaper in a distant city instead of the Reports received from the' East and cept buyer
home product that is doing its utmost to comes, when it appears above the surface Kansas City, making 8,500 head lately
tu North indicate that is ,
''r build up his town, his business and increase money ; that the agent times the coming shipped from DeSoto county. No

'" 'A"3IYSTEItY"NOT: : A MYHTKIIY the value of his property? They are of a with, big crops e\crywhere and big/ orders when the water is low. doubt a part of this will be shipped

peculiar makeup..0 say the leant for the product, of tin factories./ Thin K The Reporter-Star doesn't attach back to. Florida as western beef.-SarasotaTimes. -
. "There is not a man in St Cloud but who .
$, i tlmso the taken to mean that the( traffic to the \\ intcilesorlH . any more importance to the opinion of .
"Probably we have nil] beard t old 1 1 will admit that the Tribune is citY'1ibigR'est
asset; that it is the only medium will be greed as the people) nI\suyt. the attorney general of Kansas than -+-
; like
comimlruiiin which went Honicdiing( :
/ "A carload of machinery to be
used to advertise the advantages of this de- new
have come to t this state during: the] yearn that individual places upon Florida
ii' "When! is a hen not n hen," etc lightful place; that it has and ill accomplishing placed in the Waters & Carson packing -
". The] ]lastear land. No simian headed
when '
iiioiie\, was ( 11101' season person
wonders the of
Lniul In way inducingnew house in addition to the machineryin +
Hut it remained for thc St. doml (
but this enough to make such a remark can
settlers and not to
to come purchase property ,> was up pervious years, place there arrived Monday," declares
f Company) Trilmm- to answer the quotion *- ; that it has paid every dollar that has a feeling( \ of optimism prevails eerywhere. amount to much, even though he hap- "'
year the Kissimmee Gazette.
xl ,\ :: "When is n, mystery Hot u in.vsU-ry." been expended for advertising St. Cloud pens to be attorney general of Kansas. Valley
since the day the town was founded, and "This machinery'was ordered by the
"D 1 ,Ever; since our friend Triplet aHwuiiN-d( that without its existence St. Cloud wouldbe It hooves! Ivissimmee then to get bUM There are many accidents In publicposition recently formed Kissimmee CitrusGrowers'
Sciuiiiolc Lund and nothing but a flag station on a shoestring and we canfurnish some illustrations -
the editorship! of the \ which is
Association, affiliated
branch railroad. und] secui-e her share of the ton ist5, We of the same in Florida. Asa r;

a ''Investment Company's house organ/ ]lie linn "Still we have men here, men who have believe that even without effort we willMcetlvi' ]] matter of fact, attacks from the with the Florida Citrus Exchange t

} been ,laboring and worrying over what ]he profited greatly through the Tribune, with- ( more tourists than in recent yen rs, outside do not hurt near so much as aqd( which has leased this packing
of publication] out the cost of acent to themselves, who house for the The Gazette
call the "mystery" why that' season.
deliberately send their legal ads to a news- but with a little activity on the part of the those from the inside, and the intended -
to tells that the new equipment'added to
1 did not print legal advertisements any paper in a neighboring city, when the price board of trade and others' we should] havea funny reply of the Florida editor 9
narked degree and the further "mystery" charged is the same all over Florida. Men record crowd. will do more harm than the Ill-consid- the packing: house plant consists of

of why the Valley Gazette did print theme who do that are a draw-back to any town, ered remark of the Kanaas lawyer. polishers, sizers and other improved
; and the sooner they seek pastures new the. LKT'H 00 AFTER THEM machines, all of which go to make the
selfsame legal advertisements. The form of idiocy which causes people -
better for town.
1 pack secure and handsome. The time
But lo and behold he claims to have discovered "The Tribune will not suspend publication to attempt to be numerous about
SHOULD ACT has long when fruit sent to
CATTLEMEN past market -
because of this lack of but
patronage such important matters Is beyond the
at last the solution of the worry- in a barrel tub, just gathered pI
1\\. it's poor consolation to know that you are understanding. Florida has sufferedat or as

(lng problem. It wasn't his effort, however, continually working to build up' the for Arguments that the cattlemen of Florida the hand of all sorts of cranks and from tree or ground, will bring any- '
'that produced the solution. Ah no, a certaln' tunes of some people who are carrying a thing worth while. Florida fruit
knife up their sleeve to stab you in the backat should] organize continue to be made by the crooks, political and intellectual, yet
official him the have suffered lack of modern method '
sent answer by
county the first opportunity.." press of the state' and especially]] that of Florida is growing faster than any
station- S of shipment in the but the
his past
tan neatly typewritten on fancy
other southern state. It is not rrgrowers
z1 south and central Florida.] Last week we necessary -
You need not worry over that question\ are now determined offer
in Bt.
furnished concern
:ery by a printing quoted from the Orlando Reporter-Star. to send sharp replies to such
Illinois Immediately Triplett. We'll solve this "mystery" for the finest fruit in the world-grown
Missouri or Chicago. dolts as the Kansas attorney general.
the official solved the This week the Tampa Times joins in the in Florida-and packed in the most at- }
just as county
; Sir Stonewall Jackson elucidates as fol- you, Just face them with a few facta of
movement in the following comment : tractive pos.lble.-Florida Times-
legal advertisement "mystery, althoughwe way
)ows development, and they will become
( ; underhanded The Times has long waged a campaign Union. I I'
will give you facts instead of an -, mute. They can't comeback.Orlando -
$ "One of the principal features that attracted fling against or bnsi in behalf] of the greater development] of the Reporter-Star
.' our attention when we assumed in the make-up of America. Moneynot.
in south lorit1lt-to makeit =
cattle industry -+--
char.of the Tribune fourteen months agowas .only "makes the mare go," but it
i5 the absence of legal advertisements in ness.You say that the Tribune is doing its even more profitable] than it was fifteenor TilE COUNTRY EDITORIAL increases the speed along all other I(
column. and until the week that Many editors of small refuseto
its past
is the twenty yea l's ago, as well)] as' to improvethe papers lines and above above
condition remained a mystery, but here ii utmost to upbuild St. Cloud Why give their readers editorials on the ; public spirit
:s the solution, being an excerpt from a l letter Tribune doing this "great thing" for St. /grade of cattle bred-and the fact that ground that editorials for the loyalty, above humanity, above moral-

", to the editor,from a county official: Cloud? We'll answer that question for thousands of cattle] have recently] been sold are ity, has been raised the flag of financethe
and the
large city papers public does
"What is the matter with those people
for good prices and] shipped to western design of the dollar and the
in St. Cloud T They nearly all request that you and the people of Osccola county. It's not care for the views of the country y' i

n, .j, ''advertisements for tax deeds be made in simply because : states, for fattening and butchering/ makes editor. As a matter of fact, the xjews I dime-the sign of the cent!
the Gazette and the only reason that I it evident that t the advice given should Lace We have become a nation money-
of the rural population
r1 knows! that some one watches the Tribune The Seminole Land and InvestmentCompany are really/ mad. Greed has displaced
!IMMMI heeded.. Our section has wonderful
C f4. :.:'t so close'.that it is hard to get a deed advertised cants to develop Kt. f'/owf// (ore a flected by the editorials of the :; It would seem that all previous walka
in the Tribune without it being re- future in this line, particularly] as there is city papers, which glean them
its benefit t and not from (lilt '
oirn pecuniary ) wealth bad terminated in
Upwards a
,: deemed before the date of. issue'. not an acre of land that, at small)] cost, will the country papers which run edi
idea tin for To within _
great philanthropic of helping rush inches. keep the
.' official not produce nutritious Natal hay in torials. The sound thought of the
We think know the /grass
.we county people ;is it opening up its dough buy err !j law and to accumulate in every avenue
who sent that letter to Triplett. It is in abundance, and we predict) that In-fore country is to be found in the rural i
be the of
: month to the of a rather ('J-' seems to pinnacle progress.
; pay erpcnsm districts. Here in the more or less
.keeping with his record on printing matters pensile house many months'! pass many south FOI'itlianHwill ] The dime pays the boy slightly injured -
oiynn. quiet of the country, men and women
# to write such as that. He rarely] ever be engaged ill breeding: beef eiyltlc -the dollar !settles the still more
There have it Trip.And read and study and gather data which
has a job of printing done at the Valley"Gazette you who have not thought/ of doing so before. severe accident-and the four-figured /
.: results in conclusions founded on a
(:' ;'v .> , ',bfflccf if he can by any possible the best pint of the solution of the"mystery" S. Davies Warfield, one of the pritlcilull solid basis. Sometimes this thoughtmay check heals the wound that honor

Y't ', .chance'flnd someone else who will do it for is the fut that a good big per offieern and financiers t of the Seaboard AirLin be biased by the enthusiasm feels.

centagCIf not a majority of the people of declares The desire for the dollar will plunge
apparently a few cents Jess, or else he ( railway, ( the cattle breeders aroused by the impractical reformeror ';-

.. :Wants: 'some fancy stationery like that used! $(t. Cloud] themselves are Hot fooled one of south Florida should meet in < ohuvelhl loll selfish politician who runs off at a a thousand lives in jeopardy upon

silt ,'writing this letter to Triplett which whit by your )palaver about doing/ so much and organize: for their mutual benefit, and tangent with some new fad or "ism," some boat unfit for use. The desire t' ,
for the dollar will for t,
.. .: needs,must) the special process for them. How long do yon suppose the] his suggestion should be adopted. Several] but generally such fads are short lived safety appliances for cause workmen.neglect The J

+': ""of.some" concern,In,? distant state, whose Bcminolc] Land & Investment Company years ago a cattlemen's association was organized and the sensible thinker of the country desire for the dollar will cause the .rr; .. .....
wwuld continue the publication of the Tribune in Jackson by such progressive districts returns to the sane and solid -;
traveling hats oily p
:representative a capitalist to pander to vice., The,.dex
if the efforts of that paper, throughits bUl'lln' ss-men-farnwrs S.'H. Gaskin an;. and conservative attitude which always \
tongue ,and, who flatters 'the,, said county as sire "for the dollar will transform .of-; < #,

:,<':'official.,',with 'lln I,words; and possibly now philanthropic\ editor, were directed to Z. C.; Chambliss of }![arson county, but it; the eountry'paper distinguished him.therefore The editor has"at of sire,,for the 'dollar will cause, homesto I

4 'and.then't.he'' present of a neat little office the cause of some of vdisgruutied purchasers seems to have "fallen on sleep." "be as but a mad mockery.:, The de-' ,.
duty to perform in crystalizing this
of St. Cloud real estate in their ficials into grafters, will cause finan
Times that the cattlemenmeet
:knife.Wejwpufd. The suggests thought and sending it out to the n

yl fe, -" ; not be surprised at his*having complaints against/ the company which and organize in Tampa during the world as the contribution of his sec- cial institutions to fail, will plunge;?" ,.
sold them. entire communities into a state of i ..
i "writtenjustwhat Triplett quotes\ but we South Florida fair, of which a ]live stock tion of the country to the agitationof .
chaos and force nations to enter !tl.
,, don't believe that he thought Triplett The Seminole Land & Investment Company exhibit will be one of the principal features.It the day. The country editor, usually ware t
where blood flows in rivers, havoc and ;
kl'' r 1' r :-Vbuld: ',print: his missive. No sine, that has a perfect right to publish a newspaper is impossible to calculate the good that is a comparatively poor man, but hunger go hand in hand, and lives lei,

:':. "" : Jester'-was meant for Triplett's private in the interest of its land business, would result to the se('(tioii from the organization he has sand and independence and a are of no importance. "I
J "i b but that newspaper] should not claim for and continued of such pride of work rarely found in other /
: Stonewall Jackson let operation an
consumption. but is
::: ( It time that we, as a nation, allowed
i' :'" ] distinction lx oster( ol professions. Moreover, he is broughtinto
as a >
.$4Y ,,'" tth fcat out of the bag in his evident nierri- any /great association. for a time the dollar to stand a t
: closer personal contact with his -
when all of its effort
t : solution of the its community are entirely its merits excellent for
',' ; 'ineri,over the "mystery. upon -
; than the
editor of the
.. "" '' selfish and in the most meaning constituency' ',
/ FLORIDA PREMIER TOMATO STATE necessary traffic-useful for certainj''
into the wintillatlng
J" 1f.I.( Dutjet's go a little farther big city paper. It is safe to say that
'tJ word. '
of the
purposes-and not attempt to longercontinue ;
of the aforesaid Land & before in the of ,
: effusion never history journalism +
;; ; No, we know the Tribune will not suspend Again Florida has carried off honors have editorials been to worship it as a god. It. x"- TI
c .XUvcstment: Company publication : more widelyor ;# 'i J.
should not be used as a salvo for; '.
publication for lack of business from This time the government agricultural more carefully read not, perhapsas : .M .

"";' MNowithere( you have it. The circulation its home people. It doesn't need their pat bureau in a bulletin gives this state the in the old days, to base an opinionon every sorrow-a panacea for every ... "1
?i : of the.Tribune is so much greater' than any and the attempt to win should"'l"
4 ,ss, ::other paper published in the county and its ronage. The dough bag, of the company title of the country's premier tomato /growing the views of the editor, but for the pain;
be that
not "
principle '
so strong
"M ;S. } "h:; v<5elumns' are/ ,so closely scrutinized that will keep it alive just so ]long as it can be section. The bulletin- giving this honor purpose of getting all sides of every every ; lfrof ;

.... ".", ".those wbo purchased tax titles are afraia used to further their interests.. reads as follows : question-Fellsmere Tribune. honor and decency should be crowd .' (:I
.' j.r,! ( to 'place the legal announcement in Its col- 4 ed, off the rostrum. ;?;' 4: .

; ,. ximus:: Evidently.they think so few people And because it is a house organ and nota Beginning early in the year and continu- LAKELAND PAPER SUSPENDSThe ''U. S."sounds much more loyal and, t';. ,; J i

.l-'fit'' .; ,lI( 'r..'<-1',-'read safe putting e Gazette any that old notice they in are its perfectly columns newspaper in the strict sense we do not ing until late in the fall, tomatoes are shipped Lakeland Morning Star an- patriotic and manly thatt"U. ,."- .S ::j,.,

,i' -the legal requirement Ls fulfilled, and they believe that it is entitled to considerationfrom commercially from over half of the nounced editorially this morningthat Palm Beach Post. ,'..,. ij

1 ?it ,\ (lu 7 run no chance of- losing a good investment,1'Great any patriotic motive of the people of states of the Union. There is probably no it would suspend publication, One of our exchanges: calls attention' ', {

rk whole St. Cloud or Osceola county, and it cer- other perishable vegetable commonly owing to the existence of "internal J y'
1! I IThat, settles the matter, to the fact that it Is predicted that, ,
s1 : justUkthat: tainly is not so entitled from a legal sense, grown out-of-doors in the United States dissentions." Application for a receivership Florida will have seven hundred thou.t4" 'J.)
;' since'it lacks that element of legality so which the market through a was made by the stockholders -
; appears on sand .tourists next winter. There is'.' .v.,;
.Slmpleian'tfi; ; plainly stdtcd in the law of having general longer/ season than does the tomato. about ten days ago, in whichit no telling how many will come if each 5* ., ,

( '.:But possibly,it.:would be well to look in- circulation in the county in which it is Florida, of course, with its location and was alleged that serious dissentions one will' do his whole duty in adver-A'; ''' "

to'facts: ;,before iso "serious" a proposition printed. climate, stands as the premier tomato state and differences had arisen between R. Using the advantages of the state''as it:" .
: ;is:"laid:'aside, as''completely and ,perfectly . I B. Childs and W. K. Finer, that, the winter >,
Bft.$ . and starts the tomato movement each year business a resort, and as a place where :t.
was being improperly and t
i'1tIX,..., ,dispensed'wlth. THOUSANDS OF TOURISTS COMING in January. The northern states, such as conducted and be- more profitable investments can be'( J."A

:) '.,,-PWy e: believe l ;:that,the' law requires, that a \ New York and Ohio, finish out the season coming unprofitably greatly involved, in debt was, that made than in the north. Even, the '. )'.

:/ "1e publication' ofa legal,advertisement If advance reports of tourists agencies, in October, and by the time the movementis the proprietors were indebted to their banks of Florida pay more interest;.', ,r.",'

u;madd'in: a newspaper of general railroads: and boards of trade in Florida over, approximately 12,000 cars are workmen and were owing large sums on time deposits than half the capital; '* 11
invested in the north is "
ft.A 'circulation in,the county in which, the'par- towns are to be taken as authentic infor- moved for table consvtmpiion, according to to the supply houses,that the business' dividends, and the investments drawing in most in,. .-, .({,,)

'iies'or'party*,'jto;the' action, or'the'.real..or't mation the peninsular state will entertain a recent survey made by the Department of was insolvent and unable ta pay the cases are not nearly so aecuree.-De-i Iji' 4 ,!

: ; >er onal property affected is located. its'largest number of tourists during the Agriculture,. and published in Bulletin' No. claim of creditors, and' that the machinerY Soto County N ew.. r' .,

we Seri coming'winter season. 290 "Rail Shipments and Distribution of and equipment were purchased r . I., X
:All,..right.. Legally, then,, : very Preal3ent :\
--i : ously: doubt if\ any"' h d.1n ,The railroads aim preparing to handle Fresh Tomatoes in 1914." under whereby' the titleto We advise Wilson to send; :: .lfa

v ''tbe'; St.;Cloud Tribune would legaj.,, W@.r the heaviest Florida traffic in their history Florida ships about half the tomatoes same is held by ,the parties: from postal card to Germany ''everytimethe ;:'I' ;
"I ; whom they were purchased, and that Germans sink a_ ship with Amerf-, .J'. "
C \ that iUie.Tribune and boards of trade throughout the GOOOcars Mississippi New Jersey : ,.:
,doubt this, for,the reason. ( ) ) only a comparatively- amount cans on board. This will be 'qulw 'a, .>,

1' (has pe.general circulation in psceola'counfty.1 > state report: that the inquiries received and Texas handling approximately 1,500 has been paid on the equipment.. saving .in .tatnps--"MacClenqf: : Stand J ,jaid.

: "'an wer this sumrner are far and better than each. The other states tomatoesin < ....
,; !These are''eoldthardfacts'in J away cars grow Lakeland,Telegram.. .' ,, "':t;:'
?S to"mere stateniehts;. ".Bo:also la,the fact that have ever been known. The.inquiries, it>t Is smaller, quantities,, but. in" certain districts .
M ('tlnaVallejCiasetteliaei'iinsid;' ,..the'conflncBofrsccolaconntye stated,' seem:,to come from persons:who arpreally :such as"West'Tennessee, the 'crop is is THIS COUNTRY, BECOMING .: hrhypocriticaI churchman, is';tie: :'J

t ,' :circulation ';;which '10.Hiwly interestedand! : xfrom.-curiosity: ; of great local importance DOLtAU-CRAZY, : :?; !lowest critical thing'on earth, andthe hypo*t"rd1|

gas" . :times that of'the Tribune' ..' theterritory '8 #' te seekers.M- (, : The.,bulletin' presents, figures\ showing ;Unless'-'eondltione, 'i ieitiy change I : ',.the"'cause":of'the poses..people as m'mat;'and?- -ftyr7to '..\

'I\W"' ;; The'difference( sat; -According(to the Diighway'publi'ationcopies : (: that a total of 12,000 cars were moved;.butthis'byjno the elgnllcailtjniUsla"'US.; : '!.will sneaking] !;';serves'the;interestgwhichk

"--j'; ; V 4r"{ edtiretaiati'pa'par: : :'pnbialie'd ( 5vhlch: "haveLbeen received : ; : : 'means; represents *entire'tamoto'croii ; NOn be altered,to*"read,"U. f*I :This..i imaysdund I oppoee'them'ccmei next 'W.'.,.: gettirt, <

>; ..'$51 OaotfVlo spit di i-th!tf: ttwedftf OaocofaCounty''jgeOpTgiiwMt here, lf>k one-fiftieth of.those, whbhave'Tfritten : "ulnce;,an.effort" :;';wasmade'tocx'elude ' ; tpagae..ted-;; a'' bunch In both Masses lii Florida,'and,5a'majority ..1:.

: :SbiTribttneasrthe, ;., :'for'Snformation''regardingautomobile' ''I' (those'going"to. caunerles'an6catsupfactories. but,"close study will., all that I : : 'of,'fhe: politicians; pose"hill_

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'.BREAKERANSWERS'CRITICOF: Mrs. M. M Willson Has Aroused '

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Interest In North In, Seminoles t tY.

Y .A'a.Y.a A A a.TY.a . T &T T'Am . a A ..
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H.M' Breaker, ,of 'KTssbnmee,,believes through the, state on' a railway trim, York, ,says' the' Florida Time.1JnioJ\j k ,
'in' Florida:'" t and. think they know' all,*about< the was Mrs., Minnie Moore-Willson, of.CUslmmee :. on, us.. The Apache came at once,to : -1.,. ,ji!, tt. -. .
I t He' came here'' a' number. of 'years country. If.he will come to Klastar- ,, who has spent the sunH a standstill. and waited for a tug toj .
ago from Toruiesiee He dlslfkes jo tnee I wiU introduce him,,to some'of met:in_New York city after a strenuous com to' her aid, and make I I "

bear any man speak; against his "d>3-- our:best. citizens, men that have-''' winter, the 'agitation identification. Two German boat attempted a" '.
home for the Everglades Indiana., to slip out of the harbor last HAVE "lrl!!
ed state and especially di.ik.lI'hear to sided In' the *.tatemany.,-many,years, U -WE ;Ir
I th.t*kind 'of comment. from a who have made good here, who are satisfied The enthusiasm aroused and also indignation :. week andwn ship being delayed until ,.. F .

man 'in Tennessee.. :; ., to live in what they think the besf over Florida's,treatment of night in her sailing was"looked upon -; .. .. . ,
,w I. ..I. Recently a man who signed himself state in the onion then if Mr. Mayfield her Indian population has become nationwide with suspicion." "I.'. < > .

: sis Wes Mayfield. tent a rommunicaition still persists in knocking Florida and through Mrs. Willson's pen } ,
.. to the Chattanooga Tim.whleh. all that is within its borders..and. failsto work After' visitingthe Seminolesand 04000*. ... O to'o 0.0.0..: .
that paper printed Mayfield Was .nevere sell his "prospects and promises"for investigating their homeless con- I /'la coaaectiea'wiik ear .Hardware,liaa we C&n'f'.cataabtaBaa .
with which to reachLexington dition,; embodying her impressions and to ,EDITORIAL BY A GIRL, ;:0 .. ': -T.: t
Mr. enough
in his criticism of money to ,0 faraltara. w. auka a padalty ., aatfttiaf ......, .aa. !
will hat around knowledge in her widely read book.
i." ;, the Breaker following saw reply the article'yhlch and he sent wrote to and endeavor, we to assist pass him to get to The Seminoles of Florida, the United 000.0.... ..... ..-. ,. ... ... ........ .raSablaBed > I 4an

It' the Times for publication: Lexington, but no further. States government has appointed acommissioner -
Girls this U not a man-written editorial '
t,t' To"the Chattanooga Times:fIn less to. look after these help but an editorial written by one Room Furniture 'niDg.'Room'Sui .
. issue of the 25th there appeared -. aborigines."The ,
your OPERATIONSIN of to When were babies
you you.
DRAINAGE fires of New York city
.ifr! article headed "Sore On
an are lighted" remarked Mrs. Willson, your mother bought you a little rag Kitchen Outfits Parlor -,
'"' Florida 'Rah for slgnied ,
and made mud-
doll ,
Cbattanoogar" to play- you
by Wes the ALL PARTS OF FLA. and the Indians question been why continuously have the denied Seminole pies' in the garden. When you grew Suits Odd Chairs ,Rockers L
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writer scores Florida, and calls it lands in the Everglades T will be agitated older doll took Its place,'.and ; ,
I"" that land of mosquitoes red bugs '
instead of mud pies you tried your .

and become a nation-wide slogan. Couches Etc..
and "
t ticks alligators ftow.reFlorid.zt' luck at "real onesMother showed -
BE .
the land of sunshine and dreams of
; you how to "keep house" and take the
'" rattlesnakes water shark and "land RECLAIMED ACCORDING TO "I consider New York city' very best care of your "baby" and in .
i',: your sharks of; razorbacks seeking whom and they fiddlers may along de- FIGURES SENT TO MANUFACTURERS Impressed literary me dynamo more,and continued nothing Mrs.Wllleon .I this way. you spent many many happy This den .. makiag a'racard. 'far itsatf'b a tka Bator afkelpiaf l'
; hours.Now
'T. the shore, upon'which the razorbacks RECORD BY ENGINEER "than the enthusiastic intereat , U aatfit koas**., \CaaM aced .*..'.-Oar ptteaa'...., r
what inviting place to HILLS. OF JACKSQ VILLE. taken in our Florida Indians. When that you are grown up and -- ..
.ubaillt-oh. an II
, make home. the throbbing, surging, rushing city of school is out for a few months-why rl&lat. J'
your I New York stops to listen to a simple don't you play house again? Only this
' The writer goes further- 'and states Geo. B. Hills, of Jacksonville, Fla., story of 600 SflRTnoles of the Everglades time play "really house," for it is justas
that if he succeedf in selling his ro.- engineer-manager for Florida of Is- I it is an encouraging sign. The Important that you know how to

pects and promises" in Florida for ham Randolph & Co., consulting engineers homeless condition of these native run a house and cook well as it is to TQOLSFQ ENGINEERS ,.
enough to buy an automobile he will one of the foremost engineering Americans seamed to touch the chordsof learn your school lessons. ,

,. leave Chattanooga for Lexington, Ky.. : concerns of America in a letter to human sympathy and unsolicitedcame Be the housekeeper in your own

: r within the next ten days Why leave the Manufacturers, Record, publishedat offers of brain and pen to sound home for about a month and give your N. matter wkat load .; aa ..... ,.. swa-Cai, Steal*,\

," such a good place as Chattanooga for Baltimore gives the following interesting the call to all good white Americansto mother a vacation! The very idea of Raflraaa ar Stationary Eagiaa_wa kara 1 exacttha Toils yaaiaeed
Lexington? facts about great drainage help this last vestige of the old it will make everybody happy and i
I am a regular subscriber to your operations to be undertaken in Florida Seminole patriots to homes and a better while you are learning to keep house la. year everyday workWreathe, ......,' Oilers ate ,

valued paper formerly lived in Chattanooga : life. and cook you will be having just as all ., the best qaaEty sad ..,ho ."''', aad at price that wfflsarprbe :

for a period of more than "Isham Randolph & /:o. have recently "Magazine and newspaper stories much fun as you had playing house 'J'". Tab start hat the rep.tad.. ., :hiadBag self

>, thirty-three years and have resided submitted report covering complete will show to the world the pathetic when you were a little girl. hardware that. .., .Mrperior qaattty aad .'wQI Malta .. .....
in Florida for six years and like Mr. main and lateral drainage system for condition of t.hesorilrlnal\! as well as have noticed that since ya .
;. Mayfleld have visited most of the Lake Largo-Cross Bayou Drainage treaty owner of all the Everglades the Perhaps fine summer you weather has made its .1 take .fat coatiag her NOW sled iatpectiag: liar ,big stack.: J
District in Pinellas county Florida. \', ,
principal cities in Florida however of Florida. appearance mother is beginning to -.'
not being a pessimist can see good in The district comprises approximately "The Seminole Indian being a state look tired and that she is workingwith 1.' I
all of them likewise many prominent 13,000 acres of land. The Report and I problem, naturally should be cared for her nerves instead of with her
men from nearly every state in the plan of reclamation have been adopted by Florida but since legislature after The housekeeping has run "
union see and know the beauties of by the beard of supervisors. The estimated legislature denies these people lands, along smoothly through the winter Osceola Hardware Company: : I
cost of the work is approxi- ..i
Florida, and its delightful climate the question will be agitated by America I and there has been so much happiness .
which is not surpassed by any sectionof mately 1100,000. The board of supervisors and when Americans awaken to a and sunshine within the quarters of \
the for its are about to take up the matter of the duty of there
globe sense
evenness; conse- patriotism the home walls that you do not realIze V
quently these men have come to FlorIda of a bond issue to provide funds, will bfl something doing. I how much planning and thinking .
and have millions of dollars and would be pleased to communicate "The citizens of Florida are anxiousto
spent she has done to keep the wheels running ,.--. ,
in building magnificent estates with representatives of bond housesregarding have justice given to this innocent .
and spend a large portion of each same. Proposals for construction peace loving red race who are so smoothly.Tell '" d . : ;J
year here enjoying the balmy breezes, will be received as soon as now pushed on and on by the white en- mother that she needs a rest,
beautiful superb lakes, boating funds are available. croachment into the deep fastnessesof and that you are going to make it possible
scenery "Upper St. Johns Drainage District for her to take it right at home. $2.25
and the tropical jungle.
fishing hunting gatheringthe
golden fruit from the orange and Surveys have been completed by this "We want to agitate the country so She must have her breakfast in bed St. ,Augustine :
; grapefruit trees; surely this class of firm for this district comprising 265- that those who are holding lands for served on a dainty tray as though she -:
had been of leisure.It .
extend- lady
bottom always a
men are not all deceived in the state. 000 acres of river lands speculative purposes will have to restore -
' ing from Fellsmere to Cocoa, Fla. The them to the Indians and also will be hard for her to be Inactivefor .
Again Mr. Mayfield states "every-' report and plan of reclamation is now further prove to the homeaeeker from awhile, but she will begin to enjoy AND'nETURN .- . ,\" i,
, thing on the east coast is 'For Sale, "
and will be submitted the novelty of the situation
under preparation northern states that it will be safe to very
but there are no buyers True here, MONDAY 'SEPTEMBER 6TH
within 20 days."Lake J place their destiny in Florida's official .
V,1' as elsewhere, there is an abundance soon.While
Ashby Drainage DistrictPetition are tidying the home,
you up
J' government."A
of for sale all of which -
property can vIAATLANTIC
will be filed with the Circuit
letter just received from Acting starting the luncheon and making the
j. be acquired by paying the owners a Court in September for the creation of Secretary of War Breckinridge is Interesting beds, mother can be out in the gardenor ,
- reasonable profit on their investment If; the Lake Ashby Drainage District, in because it settles the question in the hammock reading some of COAST LINE:
r none being offered at a Volusia county. Florida comprising times the the books and magazines that she had
asked by people
many :
this cent calamity piece with howler the will electric invest railway a five approximately 40,000 acres of land located I and concerns trio lowering, O[ lake to push aside during the busy winter STANDARD BAILBO4D'0F'; :,THE ,SOUTH. I,
near New Smyrna Fla. Legal Okeechobce, which is government waters months. In the afternoon she can go '
L and take a ride on any of the car lines work by Vans Agnew & Crawford of'' and in Seminole dialect means calling orto the park while you take "

leading out to any will of the all suburbs the "For of Jacksonville and Kissimmee, Fla., and The Place of the Big Water.' care of little sister if you have one, or i Special Train. Leaves KisstamwH] '

fh Sale"Chattanooga signs that he he desires see to see, on engineering work by Isham Randolph "Last spring on account of the tart to fix thing' for supper. \ : '

A Co. canals the restless Inland How splendid it will be to sit down '
property offered for sale: however drainage ; great, '
it. that is no Indication.that Chattanoogaand Atlantic"The Atlantic Fla.Beach, has Corporation turned overto of sea was a .series of land dunes 'at the table with mother and Tickets-Llmltedto? jBeptember 8th.: _j: ," . .. i',
'- _hasgone and shoals and necessarily unnavigabla. of the family and know that you havedone 4- n
all the surrounding territory
Randomph Leaves :
. Isham & Co. the entire Special Returning Augustine
to the bad, as he would have Quoting from the secretary of everything to put the house In '

; your. readers.believe about Florida. supervision necessary and for direction completing of construction sanitary- war's*letter. shall 'the not be lerel lowered'of Lake below Okeechobe a- apple thing pie to ord.erJ eat and)'ou..1f.-cJ..1and made all the nod \'10t00. ; A.; :M.'SEPT' 8th. 'r ;

kt Mr. Mayfield evidently desires to sewerage system. System include six certain point: Last dry weather season Pre**. i. . '
sell his "prospect and proml...' in mile ,of wet sewer trench work, two t y ,
Florida;,but I do',not think he will pneumatic lifting station and the state 'Florida-djd: not 'strictlyobserve For information call on Ticket" or .' ti tiz
sewage .
dm Old Sores.Otter Kn1n Wsat Gas
'find any purchasers either in Florida Imhoff tank." this requirement, but It i* expected ,, BEAZLEY; T. p. A. j.,o."KJBKLAIFD.. D. Pr'A' :.
do In the future. TIM et.reilowloagst..dl.gare ... '
that they'will so ea '
.- ; orTennessee that Invest good be depended = !-tl.-wonderful old renable EMPorter1 . TAJrIJi"A..FIA.. < 'I t'
hard coin in and This department can AatiMpile H.% I.* OIL It rcltcmflm ,' '; '
:: "prospects promises" ,
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upon to fulfill the duty of protecting .and Hel aloe s ,.e....... "
but if he is fortunate enough to have
CALOMELNo SIptpgLimited
EXIT' navigation which the. law imposes
. acquired clear title to property of it.'*
merit, and will secure the services of upon
1-1 Mrs. Willson is especially interestedin
some reliable real estate firm, of
because of her city's
1 ( : which there are many I believe he Charleston .
for the of Florida'shero
can realize enough ready cash out of More Nasty, Disagreeable reverence and patriot Osceola.grave ?Potash supply has"given 43
l'" the property to purchase an automobile -
fl.; in which to make the trip to Lexington I Effects Had it not been for the Europeanwar an incentive to.look.

l Ky. I I for troubles Hon. Frank of Clark's bill to thoroughly into'plant.. nutrition
an appropriation $25,000 1
t If Mr. Mayfield has been so indiscreet -

'v. by t Jrida "land shark" he has just as effeitlve, cleansing! the system choarcter would have been best The result of our.efforts along this line i" '
; no one to' d! free but himself, as hew of bile toning 'up the liver,
thoroughly tt the mat and Flor-
; passed congress
could hfi h und good reliable real and making that sluggist feeling disappear ida Clark'spatriotism I
through Representative
;, estate )i.ji/ in almost every city or like magic. Yet it is pleasantto would: have paid tribute at Florideal Results-Less.,Potash L .
), town in the state men that would notstoop ,
.. take and has none of the disagreeable this late day to the Seminole' beloved 9
so low as to do a dishonorableact after effects that make us dread chieftain by the erection of a statuein It is *x>c that where land U properly prepared Wai pnVit
men that can honestly be recom-
,. mended by bank officials and businessmen calomel so bronze. *- against mixture of*ame ammonia and horicaeldoon. w
Feel fine all the time Take LIV- Mrs. Willson expects to return to ""- of '
in their community and prospective percentage of potath. Send for particulars +
: purchasers should take the precaution VER-LAX regularly and health be- New Yory city in the fall to complete
the of comes a habitGuarantee. details for a moving picture scenariofor :
} to investigate standing Via" Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
agents before negotiating with them Every genuine bottle which she has signed contract, of :.
.' for a home or an investment here: or I bears the likeness of L. K. Grigsby the Seminoles and the Everglades, the Jacksonville '
.I elsewhere.Povsibly. and if it does not give satisfaction data to be taken from her publication A '

.. Mr. Mayfild has drawn his I, your money will be returned. For The Seminoles of Florida. I Florida. 0t ''L
;, '. conclusions of Florida, like many I sale in the big 50c and $I bottles at "A number of passengers on the. 1

\ others have done, by simply riding Osceola Pharmacy Apache became much excited," said .. }

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Ju' t7ETTl1 , F11DAYi' SEPTEMBER: /,191.5. I
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(Mattie,'BeU. Harris,, Editor.)' CLOSEST GAME' .QF: SEASON! ,. .- ,, "

: Request i* 'made to all patrons ofdae, Valley Gazette to send Items DAY AFTERNOON' WAS ', FULL;,} V'' #'t::1

,;AND sWASP; ,
the Editor for in the ..col..D'I ,
Il I of society events to publication >e WON BY BARE ,MARGIN;:Ofr,, 2 ,; ; t
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+ 10 I 0 10 10 10 10 + 4CHILDREN'S 0 I +t'O It 10 10 I 0+4 10 10 U 10+0 It .. .' ,''k '

Miss Alma Griffin entertained the Mrs. Z. Bass and children surprised In one of the most exciting 'fames.' 'fever
members of her Sunday school class Col.! Z. Bass with a birthday dinner played on. the local field xthe Kisw <,
OF A STORE Tuesday afternoon at her home on on the 26th. The dining room' was simmee ball\ team defeated the St.i{ "
I Church street The little folks enjoyed decorated with pink and white flo .v- Cloud boys by a score of 2 to 1 Thursday -
!games on the lawn after which ers. The centerpiece was a large afternoon. A big crowd of' St.' 'j)
'" delicious: refreshments of punch and white cake with pink figures bearing loud people came over to witness the) i
f I- cake and peanuts were served. his atfe. Those invited were Mr.. and contest, which was the first of a series .(;
MYs. Z.V.. Bass Mrs. Hrunson, Mr.. of t three games to decide the merits

WP im ']limiiinp>] / iiii "I'Htirc" <-IIIIIK] <1' in our licka( romplHc) turning over of a I HOUSE I PARTY I and !III'!,. N. F. Bass, Mr. and Mr-. of the two clubs. The game was played
Miss Helen Bass delightfully entertained Ira, linns{ llurrol/ and Kuil: Woodall.Many with the understanding! that the '
ssjk new ]leaf Trout top) lu l i bottom'c, ' itrc lil'l! < l'l'ad.'I't( l t to let von: in on (tlal' wliolc 1 ne this week with u house partyat nice )prrse'its were" presenter! at members of each team were to be
( I ranch at Canoe I "home boy..." This made the contest
the Hans Lesley the table. them was a check
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but it' '
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creek. Those in party were from one of his hitters at Albany; (;a. douhly
;' Miand Mrs. W C. Bass, W. C. Has. I ANo ,presents from his daughters, who I The Jesuit was in doubt every min-
'.. . :i j jr., Misses Lola and Lottie Cooler, !live ,in Georgia and 1 Texas. ute of play and it was anybody's game
r. Oiphu, Hose and Mattie Belle) Harris. Y until the lust man, was out. Considerable -
4 LAWN PARTY I < , loudly" looting and banter
ROOK YAHTYMiss ) Miss" Lucy Witherspoon delightfully' made the fame even more thrilling
A Credit Detiironed-Casli To ReignIlofXinniiifj :Maurmo Dann delightfully entertained 'entertained the members of her Sunday and added to the t pleasure of those who
Thursday evening ith a .
school class Monday afternoon at \\ere in attendance.The .
1 rook party at her" home on Patrick her home on Church street. Aft.erI I box hcoie follows:
f; street in honor of her guest, Miss I playing games on the lawn the children -' l\issinlln'eu\: All R II PO A E

Ki'jitrnibcr 'Ith w will clone our credit books" and] adopt an absolutely Myrtle Cates, of Tallahassee." Dainty were told to look for peanuts Alvey, cf ____4 1 1 3 1 0
? refreshments of ice cream and cake hidden in the yard, which caused much Weaver, sR&3b a 0 0 1 0 0
d ;l cash ItaHiH" for our biisiiieHH." To eeh-brate] ( this" complete( revolution in our system were served. Those present were the merriment. Dainty refreshments of Payne, p ____4 0 1 0 6 0

honoree, Misses Kathleen Bearden, cake, ice cream and animal cookies Carson 111 ____4 0 2 10 0 0
we will hold aGRAND Ethel Lee, Messrs. Walter Thomas, were served. Those present were Harris, 3b ___ _0 0 0 0 4 0 1
Leon Estey, Roy Graves, Laurence Minor and Mary Frances Wilson Eli- McLcan, ss __ a 0 0 0 0 0
Griffin, Ralph Bearden.." zabeth Butler, Frances Louise Goetha, McAlIlIiter If4 0 0 2 0 0
SLAUGHTER SALE * William Holmes Prather Ernest and McGowan,' 2b 3 1 0 3 3 0

AULTMANS ENTERTAINMrs. I Richard Welch, Roy Huling! Edgar Powell, rf ____2 0 0 0 0 0
S. B. Aultman and daughter, Beeland, Billie Hyatt, Richard Regeroand Johnson, rf __2 0 1 0 0 0
Miss Elizabeth Aultman, entertaineda McClure Lupfer. Prentis, c ___ _4 0 1 8 2 1
q l Every article in our whole three floors will be offered at prices which should number of friends Tuesday after- 000CAMPING - - -

"k, make clean of the entire Htock. This sale begins noon at a porch party. The porch was PARTY Totals 33 2 6 27 12 2
*\r a sweep with and
beautifully decorated cut The members of the camping partyat
'' potted flowers. Refreshments of ice St. Cloud returned Monday eveningand St. Cloud ____AB R H PO A E
I IF Ii cream and cake were served. Those report a Very delightful time. Worcester, ss 4 0 1 0 1 1
t present were: Mesdames E. E. .Wells, Those in the party were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, 3b ___ _4 0 1 3 0 1

... > ii. .W. Bo ice and Caldwell, and Misses L. ,U. Zimmerman, Misses Cecelia Ov- Porter, c ___ .4 0 1 7 0 1
C Emma Backhofen, Jean Caldwell, erstreet, Nina Bratton, Corinne Gil- Doolittle, cf _3 0 1 2 0 0
I i Saturday September Francis Bay, Alvinia Smith, Traceyand bert, Ella Mae Gilbert, Louise Thom- Northrup, p __3 0 1 0 4 2
Mary Pherigo. ason, Mattie Belle Harris, Messrs. Jeffries, rf ___8 0 0 0 0 1
Earle Cowger, Harper Casler, Earle Levi, Ib _____3 0 0 7 0 0
LAUNCH RIDEA Morrow, Sam Lupfer. On Thursday Conn, If ___ ___3 0 0 2 0 0
party of young people enjoyed a there were a number of visitors at the Todd, 2 b ___ _a 1 0 3 4 0
( in the and - - -
launch ride Friday evening given camp. They enjoyed boating
L AND CONTINUES honor of Miss Myrtle Cates, of Tal- bathing and aat noon a picnic dinner Totals _30 1 4 24 9 6
lahassee. The crowd landed at Kis- was served. Among the party were Score by Innings
simmee Park, where a delicious lunch Misses Lola and Lottie Lawler, Helen Kisslmmee000 001 10X-2
rjj,4 ONE WEEK ONLY was served. Those present were Bass, Parah Clark, Sarah Clark, Elsie: St. Cloud- 001 000 000-1
; h Misses Myrtle Cates Maurme Dann, Norton of Kissimmee, Misses Gladys Summary. >
Kathleen Bearden, Ethel Lee, Ethel Johnson and Una Garner of St. Cloud Stolen bases-Worcester, Gilbert,
Gilbert, Amy Makinson, Edna Schwei- Messrs. Will Mason Tiller, Walter Doolittlc Todd, Alvey 2; Weaver,
kart, Messrs. Jim Miller, Leon Estey, Bass, Leon Estey, Melville Huffman, Payne, Bases on balls, off Northruu
aJ, Roy Graves Laurence Griffin Ralph Mr. Steed of Kjssimmee. All the par Ii; Payne 10. Left on basesSt..
r, Gt4$ After this sale we will begin work installing] { our entirely new store, with new Bearden, Will Mason Tiller, Nat Car- ty returned Monday except Mr. and plays, Payne to McGowan to Carson;
son. Mrs. Dann, Mrs. Lupfer and Mrs. Zimmerman and they will spenda 'Alvey to McGowan. Passed ball-
,7 goods, new methods and new fixtures. In order to do this work properly] and to Mrs. Grady chaperoned the party. few days with friends in St. Cloud. i Prentis. Firct bas on errors-St.

.,f+ keep our secret until it's ready for you, we will Cloud McGowan.1, Kissimmee Umpires-Weaver 3. Hit by pitcher and,


and remain closed until transformation I has' been completed.] We guarantee that LONG FAMILY SUFFER
tr:: you will be given full details just as soon' as our plans are ready.


(Continued from Page One.) has been reported for some time
m ] that none of the successful" truck that the Shaker colony has sold its
, farmers in the Sanford section would large land holdings near Narcoos.sce, Last Saturday night George AlImjTton -
a '' but the report has been repeatedly long and his daughter, Nellie,
think of attempting to anything.
grow I nied. Now comes the Kixsimnice soaped[ death by a huir's breadth, and
without the of
4)f + :SOME OF OUR REAL BARGAINS profitably rigation, which he explained use could be I respondent of the Florida ' dP'1 they and other members" of the family -

used both to furnish water for the Union, who sends the following had a terrifying experience with lightning -
via the electric wires that
R soil in dry weather and to carry off to his paper, which is reprinted light
excessive water in wet weather. He for whatever U is worth. The Times- enter their home, 423 Verona street, (
said also that the fields should be I Ugion article says: Kissimmee.
fi ,. FOR levelled 'of ff like a garden bed so that I Kissimmee, Sept. 1.-The Florida The Long family were at supper ;,,
J ? Shaker the in while Saturday night's thunder storingivag
there would be no opportunity for the Colony, only colony the; J
i, water to stand in low spots. lie told Southland of the True Believers of at its worst and when., a thunder- '
,', how .with this Irrigation system, itwaa Christ's Second Appearance, or Shak bolt seemed to strike the house Onlyone '''.

t ']E-OE: : T E: .L. :J:>>XES: quite a common thing for the ers, as they are commonly called, it is light bulb.was lit, but the whole .
., Sanford growers to get four and five reported here, have sold all but a hundred house was filled with a blinding flash/
I of their sit- I seemingly all coming from the light
:' BED SPREADS BABY DRESSESSlightly crops off the same land in one year. acres large holdings
CORSETS uated near Narcoossee to capitalistsof bulbs, and noises were made as if thehouse's :
talk the
,It; :'American Lady and Modart, both wel Hegular $1.00.Grade ___nnn_ .79 Shopworn. Following Mr. Sellers' I
boards fromit.
/,- "' " : known brands. Regular $1.50 Grade --___ __ __ 1.19 50c Values _____________ 25 growers took up the matter of the that neighborhood, and a sum estimated Were being ripped
y at will benefit the
"f < 1.00'Valuetr. this Sale ________ .79 Regular $1.75 Grade: ----- -- --- 1.29 $1.00 Valuej, -___________IIIIIII .50 field day with the result named. The $50,000 society As the recovered!
whose main home is Longs
c at Mt. Lebanon soon as
'" _______ ____ St. Cloud association will be invitedto
$2.00 Grade 1.48
=--r ''1.60aValpee this Sale .____ ___ 1.11 Regular
'I N. Y. The land sold amountedto from the shock, after several seconds
,r, A-,2.001'Value., this Sale ________ 1.48 Regular $3 "0 Grade ------_ -- ?; ..19LADIES' make the trip with the local association Mrs. Long shouted for the electric
7,000 acres comprised ,
FEW FANCY and in the !grove
*" ':2.60. Values this Sale ________ 1.69 PARASOLS LEFT arrangements are
: i fain
'f HALF PRICE hands of M. D. Alexander and W. J. truck and timber land. The Shakers light switch to be turned off. It
tii r .r? '. ,.Ni; ::..;'8.00 Values this sale _____-_ 2.19 -- Fripp, as a committee, to name the retained their famous pineapple grove the yard and both Mr. Long and
1': \: ;; ( 8.60:Values, this Sale ----- -- 2.39 SILK PETTICOATS date and secure a means of transpor- and several small orange groves. Nellie started for it. The daughtergot -
Few'Model. at Half Price. SOLIDS AND BROCADES PRINCESS There nine to it first touched it shockedand
: J/.f' ; SLIPS tation. are now members of the was
'1, i1+ 1 ," AND COATS 1.50 Grade, this! Sale ------- --- .79 1.50 Values, this Sale ______n 98 At the next meeting of the assicia- Florida: Shakers left, and of these screamed. Her father grabbed
114 ,
I, .;, "' 2.00 Grade: Sale ---------- 1.19 2.00 Values, this Sale I .. .1..'.8 held 11 the only two remain, both women, who hold of her and immediately was
t' 'i".00 Regular, this sale I ______ 7...0 2.50 Grade, this Sale ______ __ 1.48 ---- tion to be September same
h 2.25 Values, this Sale from the home in New York and shocked into making loud outcry. A
:4 :oj'- ;"'* 22.50.Regular, this Sale 11.25 -- ----- 1.58 two speakers will be .asked to attend came a
"' -", ( i 8;. 26.00,Regular, this .Sale _-_____ 12.50 and discuss the same subjects. are of the "inner church order." Elder blinding flash enveloped both father
t I 27-60"Regular. this Sale 13.75 Egbert Gillet is still at the headof and daughter, and both fell senselessto
: &. ---- LADIES' WOOL SKIRTS KIMONOS the colony. It will be rememberedthat the ground, where they lay a short
-< ::0::', 7'SP CIAL EMBROIDERIES 3.50 Regular, this! Salj -----,. 1.75 1.25 Values, this Sale ---------- 79 WORK STARTED ON it was he against whom there ;

; "I.r f:.4$ 'chi.S8e Value _..___..______ 25 5.25 Regular, this! Sale ________ 2.65 2.25 Values, this Sale __________ 1.58 I was lodged an untried and un indicted time.Mr.. Long's touch on his daughter
; ,- __ 6.48 Regular, this Sale _____ ___ 2.75 2.75 Values, this Sale __________ 1.68 I murder charge a fe wyears ago for had completed a circuit with the wet
ALL: SWEATERS HALF PRICE 6.98 Regular, this Sale ----- -- 2.85 3.00 Values, this Sale -------__.. 1.89 PACKING HOUSE "passing out" a sister suffering froman ground and his wet shoes.It .
I if ; incurable disease (a practice knownas is surmised that a bolt or current ,
'. -- euthanasia) by giving her chloro- of lightning communicated itself to
: (Continued from page 1) form that attracted the attention of the electric wires. Electric in
: .1? :FOR: SHE: : MENx : ::
; ', \. be necessary even at that in the busy the entire' country. the vicinity of the Long home were'ut
,. "" 'to' PANTS TIES SHIRTS season to operate it both day and > of repair for a day or two after-

'. X' Includes, Palm Beach. All Wool lOc Regular, this Sale .05 1.50 Grade __________________n 1.08 night. PROF CATE TO CONDUCTA wards.
"4 i.., Serges'and Fancies. 25c Regular, this Sale .19 1.00 Grade ____________________ .79 This is the first year of the new as- FALL PARTY Neither Mr. Long nor his daughter
a ; 8.00 Regular .'--,?,----------- 1.78 DOc Regular this Sale .39 .75 Grade,____________________ J19 sociation with membership in the Citrus suffered permanent hurt. The house
r. 8.60 Regular ____- 2.48 .60 Grade _______n__________- ..'.8 Exchange and the growers believe Prof. W. B. Cate who ,was not damaged.The .
recently con
v''" t4.00-Regular 2.78 AUTO GLOVES .60 Grade . that it will to others the bene-
; prove
+ --- -------------------- ducted such a successful special train tiThe
F ,t .......0 Regular ,.-__..._-J- 3.48 Biggest Assortment in I Town. fits of the co-operation of citrus fruit of hundred and Flying' Machine
.4 o "I \<<5.00 Regular __ .-...__ 3.58 2.00 Regular, this Sale ----____ 1.28 UNDERWEAR men in the marketing of their fruit. party over one sixty idea of the flying machine is j i
," ',..,,_., _;.. .+-..-.--., 2.50 Regular, this Sale _-__ 1.48 B. V. D. people to the Panama-Pacific Expo- thousands of years old, but the real :
: ;. ,,"I'.l. STETSON HATS 8.00 Regular, this Sale ._ 1.98 Union Suits, $1.00 kind ________f .69! Along this line the following is sition and the Golden West, is organiz- father of the heavier than air aero-
k LOU Grade .___________________ 1.98 3.60 Regular, this Sale 2.19 Two piece, 50c kind ____h____ .39 quoted from the Eustis Lake Region: ing a GRAND FALL TOUR to leave plane was Professor Langley, although -
!' aM On* .........__________ 2.48 4.00 Regular, this Sale 2.39 There is a strong analogy betweenthe Jacksonville on September 7th. A the first to actually fly through )
h ..00 Grade ..,.__,___________-__ 2.59 4.60 Regular, this Sale 2.58 ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS former tobacco situation in Ken- most excellent itinerary has been plan- the air in such machines were the \
,4.60 Grade' 2.79 GOOD QUALITY tucky and the present citrus fruit situation ned and a large number of the Floridians Wright brothers in 1803.
i-i.; -4---------- .
f.' &.00 Grade, '.,.. _.--'-.. 2.98 SUITS ABOUT HALF PRICE 35c in Florida. By uniting the to- are availing themselves of this ,
p rl bacco raisons conquered the independents opportunity to visit the wonderfulwest
i rk' 'It I "ri, ,', and the tr st.. The latter for in this ideal manner. "My dear you ought to pass up ;:
frivolous things and take an interest ain
.. merly paid 4 and 6 cents a pound for The party will be gone for nearly deep subjects. Take, history for
,1 I '. ''I x tobacco that now brings 10 to 25 cents four weeks and will take many interesting I nstanco. Here is an interesting item. "
" " all through organization. Our citrus side 1
: .. of Other Which It Is fruit raisers however, must and both trips enroute. They will Gessler, the tyrant, rut up a hat for i
; W C Have a Large Number Bargains visit expositions and stop in the Swiss to salute.' ';;
? : will go through the hard experiencesof Chattanooga, St. Louis, Denver, Colo- The lady was a trifle interested. 1\
I .1 t c''" J.!" :' 4- Impossible To List Here their Kentucky brethren before realizing rado Springs, Salt Lake City, Los "How' long was it trimmed?" she in-
what the latter did, that in Angeles, San Diego, San Franciscoand
h,.'.:. l.J.;::; ,. unity there is strength, that "UnitedWe Chicago, taking sight-seeing and [uired.-Louisville Courier-Journal. "{

f'IM' f' A Stand; Divided We Fall!" side trips in all of these places I Historic Preceedent ;j

'ft J.i Apropos the foregoing, is the following The cost of the trip including railroad Husband-"I wish you'd 'stop this ipenditvrel
"', 1 from the Zolfo Springs Truth: :fare, Pullman, hotel bills, meals, I .. --
frJ -, '! >... ... ,., -,." "Editor E. R. Jones, of the Arcadia admission to the grounds and in fact I enrlasUng about
Daily News, has returned from his all necessary expenses is $175.00 from cackling\ my ex'I;
Wife-"No. I shan't. Cackling esved .

r "D" \ t t may summer's now sojourn look for In more Kentucky of his and excellent we- Jacksonville.The arty will leave Jacksonville the capital of Rome and I'mJtOing
to if I can't
[ logic as to why the citrus over, the Atlantic see save your pJ.tarthat '.
: : : ; should organize.) Editor Jones growers has the the Dixie' Flyer Route Coast and Line the' using well ""ray"-Boston Transcript. <( .- ,L )

debt -id_ along..this line and thereis known LOUISVILLE A: NASHVILLE. To Drive. Oat Malaria ac*r"-v -.%,?\'t'f ; .
,no'"question but that our citrus RAILROAD-from Nashville to St. And Build Up The System
.., wBRO) .nWA fJ"t ;kissIMMEE< FLbRIDA growers would odd a, high percentage Louis on the_ going trip and from Evanayille Take the Old Standard: GROVE'S J' ,
20" k ,..+fl .1'i,1'; . I" : to their"prefltaarer.'they-to etr.etaItl'OJlg' ; to Nashville on the return. TASTELESS[ chill TONIC.HVou, know* : '
I .'." ...... ' I. .. ;It. ,.,.,. "', .' -'\.>:'" ". ''J..,.' ... ..I..r.lo1.'.. '" "-.J..,"'' -working'organization and They will, return: via, Chicago and what yon are taking, as the'formula i* I fit,,.J.-//'
.. ,;: \\ ,:' 1 ->], 11" ''Ij. ': 'I' ,''.. ....,";,A "oJ" ; ,)..", ) STICK;: But'there's the 'rtlb-wiU' ". spend sometime therGCgatcollarsthreaten ' printed on'everylabel,:, showing, it ,Ie?\ ,\\j.\If 4

; :"'' Y...!..l'a..' .:".:'' '.t' , ':y }f, : 1't.\' \! : ;"Ji"-c'i.t.! ; .. .Jttl ll\ f'.;; y..p :.", .\r .SJ1CKt 'I\1\\ ,\, .'1<0 ;'" II> > :.,,, to. a* h.goiaine Quinine and'Iron drives'taa malariajtb1.tasteless form.''.v A,"'"'j'<: !
grow ,
.. .. ,. .tV . ,.N3R)underwear U full and: beruffled.} high, .M skirts are, ". short. ", "' Ito a 1 builds, ply War.system,- .30 cent{. '
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:THE KIODlMMiE VALLEY GAZETTE 'Miss ''Elizabeth :ipifrker;,is' spending J '. BeginningTuesday: September,I C; L,' Bandy* :Mr. Sears. stopped off ai'slmroee <3un,, Club as. a,prlc* for'the olfsetsE"..'.'i. Mi-.havea bumper

;'" "I.A' (Tsl.pbose lea 11)) .' I the week',with Rer. A.. M.' Chisholm the ty-council wilt,ait; .. -an,equalization Asheville,' where, !\ *.:. Sears 'and son.; best record mad. by 'woman'shooters crop of eisrrsl* Anrit tfcto season,'wh.r..

, and family at his grove,.near Orlando. board on .the. city. assessment. are spending the summer. 'Mr,.Bandy!tat[ the recent. .beginners' day:, shoot, as the actual ,figure' *) gathered. from
!:Published' Eni-1'rId for 1915. - I' returned several ahead of'' Mr. 'The other I the fruit Mcttons i'indicate
.. By t''x 'days . women com tin"81'e" : growing' ;
" W. &.HARMS .-B.0.'AQNRWTle George'Coleman >el and bras a G fln.. I Mrs.'M.:E. Stephens Mrs. GO' C. Livingston only; "a traction' more :thao,two-tWrds
: visitor hero on Monday in' the h Interest Tb. Rev: 'W.,!;n.13ari': ,: rector of the! MncE.LJohnsoaCod. Mrs. ofan ."rap'crop., "

.. ..O oJ, Stetson University,, Episcopal church has returned froma 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Skinner, of J< E.. Lupfer %,.j' .' ,;This.crop,is.sofsr': ; ;'idwaaesA"sewthat
t..O'O O'I 'Engraved' cards ind Invitations. 'We month'a'vaeation spent in his 'Old Turiguano, Cuba'arlved last Saturdayand it is considered .nothing eouM

I'furnihCall at Valley, pariah in' North Carolina.,, Services : expect ,to make .Kissimmee their : .The ni yor of,Lokefond; a.m.j 'rlty happen -wfthin .'the..bolJlld. of,;> *s nto. ,
I \ :. : will be held at St. John's Episcopal, I home. They have rented the Smith of the city.council; of Lakeland and a i increslt.'the. -.stimated yi ..,'-..wt.It .
Local Field 'A Ga-I church on Sund. .' residence at 421 Ma. 'bette' street: 'majority vf the Polk county board of i is possible for. many-thine* to ha -" ti .
\ ' .Ed. Roberts! ,')has; returned.;, '' I' They' formerly;,lived"in Michigan and eounty corm IssIonerepas.ed through i pen to cut it down." The publication,;
'J' 0" vacation spent with friends and J. C.'Wallace:: a.welt'know 'prlnter' moved to Cuba seven years ago where Kissimmee -automobiles last Fri. Overestimated conditions of tha,crop., '.
Uves'In.:;Tennessee. who' published, newspaper In+3Kls- they hay been engaged in'.fruit growing day en route to Eustis'to inspect the,I nell, at this season Of, the"year, u be'

.i ,, o Oti..o ooO w Bates! .1 plmme* many'years ago, was visitor '' '' .. . sand oil roads there. Polk'CQutlty is I says,, has a depr s.lnl'-eft'eet apon the .J
; f'k ,
i lip ; land.who"po' here this week. .Mr. Wallace has, been getting ready,to build a system of im- market, and a* ;wide publicity a* 'posvibl
resents the Alabastin company of located for some time at Barnesville, 'Mr. andf Mrs.\Wolter-Pc' nIett. of broved".reeds-and the .uthoritl..a..i .* 'of. the real facts'oughk to be,
Weather,Report] Grand Rapids,, in this territory, waw'a Gar, Jacksonville, passed through, Kisslm-, kinds.; ' ;1 mad Mr. Hare finds, a to .
I ,business visitor in the. city Tuesday nice in' their automobile Sunday en !: the present outlook th; all ''V

Miss Mabel' Massee of Marshalyille.J M*, and Mrs. H. D. Basseit, Miss .route home after 'a' tour of the stats The. regular r Wednesday:night'eon.!' other et'Op..ln: theatat4.rill,, ,be ,satiafactorily -* (;' i
and Alma Bassett Miss Edna Bassett and during which they had been: us far cert-of the Kissimmee. Concert' Band, 1. C.. 1''
Following are daily temperature Ga., who has been visiting Mr. I Master Henry Bassett passed, south as Miami Mr. Corbett Is state : heard the Broadway band:.stand. c. I ,
and precipitations as reported Mrs.her Conrad Bryan" left Monday for through the city last Friday en routeto agent for the Prudential Insurance! "waa by a crowd'estimated.atfrom ) I ,i. y
by Government stationat home. I their home in Lakeland after a stayof company and has a wide acquaintance 300 to 400. The program was an ;! "

I Kissimmee for the weekending Mrs.! Thompson, who has been visitIng several 1 days at Daytona Beach. throughout Florida. I excellent one the hunting scene Jlum.ber '
Thursday, September 2: her daughter, Mrs. D. I. Walling eliciting wealth of applause and NOTCt'Ti
left Monday for her home in" Kansas I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ingram and G. W. Goetha has taken charge of I many comments of praise. The Kissimmee [ ?
Friday -___ __ 85 75 ..23I City. ,- daughter, Irene, have returned from the baking department of Reed's bakery band is one of the best musical ., '
Saturday -- -- 90 75 Henudersonville. N. C., where Mrs.; .' Mr. Goetha came here from St. organisations''in! this part, of the .: .,.-' fer +t tilr

Sunday ____ .___ _90 "76 Furnished .(Hats for rent In the Ingram and daughter have been spend- Augustine, but' was formerly located state and deserves all the encourage
Valley Gazette building. Apply at ing several weeks. Mr. Ingram joined In Chicago. He is an expert baker meat given it by the public. ': ,
Monday un __ __ 92 76 this office. tf them about ten days ago and enjoyeda and will soon introduce the famous -whomit nQsf.concern:

I Tuesday __,_ _n_ 94 78 short vacation with them. Butter NuF bread to patrons of the .MTir: > to lIOtify 1-1 that !
______ G. C. Livingston and K. McPherson Reed bakery ,
92 71
Wednesday SAYS FRUIT"I '
__ spent Sunday at Daytona Beach where I Mr. Warren Morrow has returnedto ,Mr; A.: D.; Johns** 'u i not .. ,
Thursday n 91 71 Mrs. Livingston and Miss Anne Car his home in Kissimmee. after a.tay Rj Jtojiff.! '. whQ jL.camedown several I ;bor haft he .ever beep ; tieemploy'rot ,
son are spending several weeks.J. of several I days in Jacksonville, the days ago to look after his interests CROP BELOW AVERAGE : aa .
O'OOO' "OOO' truest of his uncle and aunt Mr. and here, left Wednesday for his home in thu conpuf, and '. t
E. Harvey, who is located tem Mrs. W. L. Chester, at their home in Sandyville\ West Virginia. lie will ae .Las'BO right :.r'aitharUT to .
Fire-insurance, taxes paid. See A. at
porarily Utopia, Saturdayto
up Jacksonville Times-Union. return in a few weeks withhis fam
E. Drought, New Rivers Building. 30tfG. spend ten days with relatives at Riverside ily to again spend the winter here. Gainesville.--C. C. Hare, of this to reprf enl it in'aiy capacitf.E.O.PainferFertilizerCo.
city, who is field agent for Florida of
Union .
S. Lowell, of Pensacola, spent Center.Engraved The Rev. A. M. Chisholm and fam-. Mr. Roliff is a stockman of ability and the Bureau of Crop statistics at ;Washington
ily have 'returned to their home hereafter besides hie breeding farms in West has
Monday here.E. cards and invitations. We recently gone into every '
can furnish them. Call at Valley Gazette spending the summer at their Virginia owns quite a large herd of section of the state and talks Interestingly

G. Pearson, of Jacksonville, was office. tf grove near Orlando. The Rev. Chis- cattle on the prairie .near Kissimmee.J. of crop conditions as found by I ., ,
a visitor here Monday. holm will hold the regular services at him on his trip. II. that'' only : 'car
R. Hamilton says
W. Hamilton and R. ; ,
JaC i
According to advice. from Washington 4 ; ,
the Christian church Sunday. .
on recently has been .
of New York arrived this week and very a report given .
J. P. Finley, of Birmingham spent George Brinckley has been named wide I I fit
publicity outside'Florida the 3s
Monday in the city.L. >I' postmaster at Taft to succeed C. H. '" A postcard received from John M. paid> a visit to the orange grove owned to I
the former at Kiaaimmee Park. He
Hartley.J. Lee this week the editor of the by
A. Daniel, of Winter Haven, wasa by i is so well pleased with the way the <

business visitor in the city Monday. T. Burkhalter left Monday for Valley a good Gazette time. I reads am with: "We Col.are Watkins having grove is coming on and the general' ' .

G. B. Reynolds, of Tampa, visited Atlanta, where he will attend a con- You know the rest. Will come home remain conditions here that he has decided to "CASH IS KING, WE SELL FOR LESS'f .
vention permanently.
of the high>
the city Monday on business.S. the twenty men among soon. My health is Improved nicely. ',_ . .., y. tE ''
salesmen of the Atlas Oil
companyin Asheville is a nice place and there A. B. Cook tc. Co., Orlando, Fla.,
B. Story of Narcoossee, spent the South. _ are lots of people here. desire Investments In this section; CHILDREN'S t
Tuesday in the city.L. Lawrence Tress returned Sunday E. A. Ehmann, of Jacksonville, lands, bank stocks mortgages and ,

Z. Nighswonger, of St. Cloud, after a seven weeks' vacation spent 'spent several days in the city this Investments. If you have a good paying We arc headquarters for good serviceable.footwear-for:'the':,' :J
spent Tuesday in the city. in visiting at Pittsburg, New York, week inspecting the hotels in his capacity business for sale, write the com boys and girls who will soon begirt. their' studies.,- 1 Let 'u(,';'fitf .
Washington and other points in the I hotel Mr. pany. All matters treated as confi them out. "" i '- I"-V \::< 'e ..
as deputy inspector.
W. E.;. Warner, of St. Cloud was a north.L. I Ehmann is an architect and his work dential. 34-4t ". ( Ali

visitor in the city Tuesday.J. deals largely with the architectural of Fall Footwear for Men" '
L. Terry, of Orlando, district Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, pastor
P. Musselwhite, of Orlando wasa manager for the International Harvester features of hotels, fire escapes, venti- the Presbyterian church, left Monday I
lation, etc.Misses We have Just.received full and complete.line 'of.Men'e'Fall. ,
business visitor here on Monday. company, was in the city Tues- I afternoon to hold four Sunday school a '
day on business. institutes, at Sanford Tuesday, Sor Styles. *' ; r.- 4. ,'. .
J. E. Wilbur, of Winter Haven, wasa Blanche Eaton and Florinda rento Wednesday, Mount Dora Thurs- New goods are coming In daily. Come island tupeet.-- JI' A u -' -'
business visitor in the city Monday.G. Mrs. Roy L. Chalker left for her Marter and Bryant Peterson all of day and Tavares Friday. He will be I linn. No trouble to show, ood.. '" v' *,M
I home in Lake City Tuesday after St. Cloud were the guests Wednesday home Saturday to fill his own pulpit I . ) 'i'j*;' ,

P. Garrett was a business visitor I spending a week with her parents, evening of Lloyd Harvey. After sup- Sunday. I Price Range From $2$00, ,> $5.Sp, ''V .' ?,::: ." {
afternoon. at the Westfall House they enoyed 'n
last Saturday er c
to Orlando Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson. 'I . .. a ,
I 3 a band concert and an automo- Tip: editor of the Gazette is in receipt -' "
Robert Page spent the week-end at I Mrs. I). G. Francis and Miss Abbie bile ride out the Orlando road. of a fine illustrated program of ,I FAMILY SHOE STORE : I'>> i1
Daytona Beach. I Harris, who are spending several the Redpath Chaiftauqua at Marys- ; ,
I weeks visiting their old home, Ports- M. M. Miller and family, of Conoleywill I On Broad.-a X: : ?'
the ville, Ohio. It was sent by Col Robert ,W.:HARRIS Mfr:,.
Willie Frank Sutton is again on soon move into their new home on
mouth, Ohio, started home this week. Robotham, who has been spendinghis "
job at the Family Shoe Store. Church street which is now completedand winters! in Kissimmee for several ,
American Woman's League will for Miller
The ready occupancyThe ei
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Parker spent meet at the Chapter House next Monday family will prove a valuable additionto years. The program shows that tho , 'ill 11, > '
people of Marysville enjoyed a great
-Thursday last in Orlando.G. afternoon at 4 o'clock. All members the citizenry of Kissininioe. .
treat of talented lecturers and entertainers : ', ',. -
F. Parker. visited St. Cloud Friday are urged to be present. from August 20h 'o 2Gh. 1 i !
Mr. and Mrs. M. D; Wilson and

on legal business. Beginning Tuesday, September 6th, three children and Mrs. L. E. Parker Mrs. H. E. Cole, who has been ser- i [Do You We rGlass.
the city council will sit as an equali- left Wednesday afternoon for lien- )
A. B. Vance, of Jackconville, spent iously ill for several weeks, was removed ;
zation l board on the city assessmentfor dersonville, N. C., where they will
in Kissimmee on business. to the Church and Home Hos- '
Saturday 1915. spend the rest! of the season. Mr. For ':
pital in Orlando Wednesday. The trip I Reading Only/: ?I. I .
Miss M. M. Brittain of Davenport, Parker will follow in u few days. automobileand *
C. E. YoWell, superintendent of the was made in Dr. Hyatt's -, '-
spent several days visiting in the cuy. public schools of Osceola county, returned Rev. J. S. Day, pastor First Baptist she stod it nicely. She is now ,.You who need r glansop ii1y"W r; ) ; tI

spent Wednes Monday from a vacation spent church at Mulberry, will preach at under the care of Dr. Persons, of Or; } 5' fl ( ,
Mrs. Nello Rogero m1U1t f"O.l of
rciidlng, .ij? I
afternoon in Orlando.L. at Coronado Beach. I II Bethel chapel Sunday at eleven o'clock. lando, and her many friends hope to
day I I Bro. Day will doubtless bring a worthy hear soon of her complete recovery. 'tiwdtbingeelthci'ltn" ot} icloU8 :

Urban May, of Tampa, spent Sheriff Ingram and went Fort Sunday Pierce message. Come out and hear him. Miss Ruby Ellis his been awarded Jy) ,strain our' cyof' vert"t1n e' '

Monday in the city. -Saturday of Lee whois Pastor will preach at night at- the the souvenir spoon offered by the KisjPaint'BetteP ': .. ,yol1:1oo| ;' from' book :' ,: /
with a man by the name usual hour. Two 'candidates received ,: .; - : \ ; away your ; \ : ,..
Center, charged with passing worthless ,. ..... \ 'orlgo' the'bother'otultnoet'toutluuallytattingof; "' It'.
Mrs. J, J. Keen of Orange Sunday: night last wl\l\ be baptised in -- -" '" to ; exid4 J
in the city Thursday. checks. of the First church,-at .\ J Y.I! l '
was a visitor pool Baptist' pntting>n yojir; glas c ., /l \.l//
.. \ 3:30 Sunday afternoon.. 'I,; '...
Theo F;, treadway, of,, Columbus B. E. Evans, Oscoola count '* farm \ To remedy. this we, recommend ? ', ,'. ".f.!, .: ,,\ ,rv
i with his mother has Prof.. A. B. Jarrell who elected : : ,.. '" ''
Ga., was business.visitor in the city demonstrator was : 1--- : : ( :'''''ti. }/i;:
moved from the corner of Church and of the local schol -. ,
'I principal high ar- Better isn't enough best K''IIIIIP& "!r "
:Monday/ paint "OK
Posseil streets to the corner of Mab-: rived last week, followed by his 'family ; ' "
I A saved \
man bought "cheap" paint ; ,
Capt. Tom Bass, of Okeechobee, arrived bette street and Beaumont avenue in who arived from Kissimmee the ; . .
20c or 30 or 40 or 60c a gallon, didn't .
in town last Friday by way of the Souders property.Mrs. first part of the week. They are now for,'persons of any age who need'glasaes for close w rk' n1y.l ':?: ..... $ 4Jtr
I located In the Cook house. heTYes lower the correction for"close ;
Kenansville.C. of Kissimmee, has pleasantly and bought 40 or 50 or 60 or 80 The p.rt.'ivea necessary yfslonwhile V ,
G. Haley, *
-Ft. White Items in the Jacksonville the upper part is adapted for normal far vision. .Yetthe two. ."
was a and is the guest of percent more gallons; how much did .
M.: Lowe, of Jacksonville arrived in the city '" r
Tims-Union. pieces of glass are so perfectly fused that ICRYM'OKS"ook'.xactly :
he make his T
last Sat- for extended on paint
in the city friends in an
business Times-Union. And he paid for painting those gallons like regular glasses. They guard against .1''. '..train sad ......
visit-Jacksonville John M. Lee, daughter Miss Mildred, ....--
urday. fair make it unnecessary to remove your glasses. when convenient,!
and son John Lee, jr., returned Tues- -a day's work is a gallon 'except ;
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gilbert, of Judge G. F. Kribbs returned from from vacation dur- how much did he make on the labor ,
day evening a trip '
Haines City, spent Sunday here the Greenville S. C., Tuesday night, ac- ing which they visited Louisville, Tate part of his job Cole Jewelry .Co, *
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guests of relatives. companied by Mrs. Kribbs, who has Springs, French Lick Springs and He lost a quarter or third of his .1
been spending several weeks there. money. I > ; W"'*>, .! >: ,
and invitations. We Ashville. Mr. Lee says his health .. ;, ; : I Ii p rf
Engraved cards How long will it last? not his mon-
furnish them. Call at the Valley Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Naugle and three was greatly: Improved by the trip. He the TPerhaps
can for also reports that money \is plentifulin ey, .
will leave tonight a
Gazette office. daughters in Jacksonville the North and East.C. half as long as Devoe. How i ,r: I" '" ,
visit with relatives -
short will his last if he
long buys
money ,
R. Paschal, of Jacksonville ...... ... ' ,
George .
Monday calling on the W. Griffin returned Sunday froma other stuff as he bought that paint T .t---... -. '
was in. the city J. I. Powers, better )known: as "Pat" trip to Asheville, Washington and Bettor bur the best paint; it makes '-r"'
trade.L. purchased the Central Market on Atlantic City. lie was accompaniedon the least and the leas-ofen. Sewing Machines f

H. Cannon, of New Orleans was Broadway from DeWilton Aldermanand I the trip to Washington and Atlantic DEVOE.W. : ., )" .; 1,'
a business visitor in the city Wednes- took charge this week. "Pat" has City by Congressman W. J. Sears and B. Makinson &: Co. sell it. i >, /

many friends and former patrons who ---- -- --- -- --' ')j
day.A. to see him back in busi- l lriT !
D. Zachary, of Sanford, was a will be again.W. glad. We have purchased
Wed- ness
business visitor in the city on .

nesday.R. B. Crawford has returned from .' sewing machine business; :of ; ;.i

R. ''Cadman Tuesday, of Narcoolsee and Wednesdayon was a York ten in days'company vacation with spent C. I. Day in ,New of SCHOOLBOOKS J. W. Prentis, arid are 'nowj j i ;

in the city Jacksonville general manager of the E

business. Southern Utilities Corporation.W. equipped to ;;//:

Mrs. R. Z. Johnson and visit baby with returned T. Makinson, junior member of .. 4. A.iio/ ...' 44 W
this week from a W. B. Makinson & Com-
the firm\ of
relatives .at Wauchula.Mrs. pany of Kissimmee, was a visitor in RENT OR SELL HIGH GRADE' MACHINES k 1'

L. M. Mosher of St. Cloud, the Park Monday.-Avon Park Items i : rar 4V

in the city last Satur- in Zolfo Truth. ,
visitor ,
was a f
day. Miss Marion Sargent, of Kissimmee,I Tablets>I Drawing Tablets Paints \\

returned Miss Myrtle home Cates Tuesday, of after Tallahassee a visit, F.who P.has Reeves been,visiting returned her to sister her ,home Mrs. :. PensI Composition Books Slates In addition to our established; .,

in Zolfo
Avon Park ;
with Mis Maurine Dann. Truth. ; i Pencils Compasses Glue business inBicycIes'Motorcycles to ".>

Feathers, of St. Cloud. ..,.>
Mn. Charles of and Mrs. H. M. Porter B. C. '* .
Wednesday here the guest Mr. Paste Dictionaries CrayonsInk i i
spent Miller and family and A. J. McDon- -l :

Miss Sam Emma Lupfer Backhofen resumed his work as last ough Friday and family and visited'th motored to botanical Gotha Rulers Chalk and CmpIOte'SoppIiOs,:: :; |J*

carrier Thursday after a va- gardens there.H. ,
city mail Loose Leaf Note Books : '
weeks. / ,
cation of two F. Better and family have returned tf t

Jimmie Osceola Miller Pharmacy!returned to Monday his duties alter in make from their gt. Paul.home Minn.In Kissimmee.Mr. ,-and wilt. : 'wedoexpert,,: : rcr' 'y :: ,

at the vacation. Beuter it will be remembered, is a pairingofguns graphaphones;!; 'V'I
a two of the : ; m
Florida representative. Call and Our Goods
of Inspect Ere > ; #< .4'
Mrs. C 'A. Cole and son Henry, Southern Colonization company- .. 'sewing'm machines. aX' YR'Y
Lakeland* passed through the city .... ; ; ,. .9c.k.s", pyyfcles : : :. ,....' Joe Dawson of Orlando, waa in the Buying Your' School Supplies .
; :
Tuesday en.rooteo
Mr ; any: man rmade )
business *
city last ..Saturday on . ,,' ,. : m
Yr,. George F.ti'aarkerspent Dawson who is a traveling salesman e :0 .r. ,. ;,0,,.. )1''''''' ..' (' ,
; 41.itlnC re his automobile and .r f : .machine.... f . .
Sundar. made the trip ,In . .... )
o. _. ...;;; .
c. - - <
c'i that it is now pleasure come -M'' c' !
Bartow.J eiur'ana"l4tri.Ifovardat I says < f \ ,! 'II :, f 1T l ',

..m vecJ:: ,Into:,the'j8urklunresidence; have at 'from Mr/'anci-:Orlando: .>,Nits-to,'Sam'fcag-dallarid IU.aimmeey;r < ) '?; -W.: '}'enn' -Sawyer';' .,Co.iaa .<.. .",.. ':. : t'4Y'Osceola' Bicycle' > "

,'th.corn'_. rof I' Mainylae.treete.:. Arthur-E..tlonegait, motored, to Ocala ''I I :,,0-, -. > ::,:' Company! l: ijr
; Mr, ; sired. and backiTuesdar. In. the.:: 1tagadslewtomobil. > BROADWAY \ : .' -
'Mra 1i..Uoward: Kats .. ;:They, report the roads. in :. : : y t'i' i.. KISSIMMEjE> iT :: '* .j

'" 1Ir..rEdpl' Kats; Mts.ineonaud Vi r giyak condition the trip-a pleasant ". : -* ". '" '- -> :" -: j"r.: .; OB H( r ."j's r.
; "Claude HIi.-r.. > i ::;:. ' .and .,?, b.N. :'__ :, : : ,:; : : ? ?
'Daytona Beach SandY,' .s'.. ..1 ., .f"">J* f""l> PW **
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)tGE6. \. .,.'i'' ., KIBBIM JIEK _VALtEr OiZETT1_ FR DAY.eE_ .EMBEBJi15._ _

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__ , : J"_ ::-,; ..: : .. : oo: o: o..o I .I .t: : i;; In1 th .Presbyterian; church": .xt '- 'Rather than take'a civil'ervice"' x-.

: DENTIST WINS FIGHT '. Sunday afternoon under( the-auspices amlnation ,Mrs. F. H- Schmidt, wfco. .
j" : .; .FlbridaCitrus: .. 8UMMEKPANTED SEEDS of the Florida Inter-denlminatlonal, hat been postmlstre of LaMott, Pa..,
r' CropsBy' v DADE .J SHOULD BE SOAKED ,. Sunday School _.Iclatlo for ,thepast; .,thirteen .years, resigned! ,j;

,IN CO COURT Two sessions' will b.ii,ld. One In _. : ..
_4 . :.: .: .: .ooo.: .: !; OO: i o: : .: the afternoon,beginning at 3).o'clock ryr. : ---. ,;, ,

,, . .L...D.,' JONES la, the.' .Florida, Grower. \"' L It 1 I. so hard to get'seeds to.sprout and,.the other in the eveningbegin! DJ(. J. JL TROVILLION '
For several months a dentist 1>1. during the hot"summer month that ruing at 7:30. f: ", Specialist In. ,'J1o J t'T!
'n _ Arthur O. Yearian, who defied the > CANCER GOITRE '
the enterprising gardener often hat Rev. James 11. Day thepastor. ot; ANP .TUMORS
: dental associations and dared to advertise after the first few the* church'-at'Mulberry wil Cur them without .
; 4 It t* common of late to hear many get''along without them, "and we his valor dampened Baptist > cutting ;
[ in spite of the socalled'ethics" 'the chief speaker' at these meet- '. .. ,'" them. .,
w ; people refer to our, chief' Industry can't." trial It 1* comparatively easy to bs out., :
.....,. citrus fruits, especially grape Then I S. no doubt but that it will which dentist and doctorsset sprout large seeds before 'planting, Ings.. Ih i* a man of much zeal and ORLANDO.j-' -*. "i.: FLORIDA. u
up as their gliding' rules, has been but small seeds stick together BO bad- ability and will doubtless bring use 83-6mo.
fruit, La.i' being overdon..;. This, talk I.require the united efforts and a strong
I ,has been Indulged in to such an extent cohesion of grower of citrus fruits battling for the'right to do business ly when they are wet that they can* message of great interest. .- ,

that visitors into this ;state from' all to get the profitable results; but why in Miami, Florida. 1 not be evenly distributed. Then too, All the Sunday school) workers ol ." 'C .,,"
'quarters, east 'north and west, have can not this be'had T There is not a speaking/ of his victory over those : the sprouts are too easily rubbed off. the community are .very, cordially Invited -
who oppose him, the Metropolis of C. K. McQuarrl st..te agent for the to attend these meeting, and to
I taken up the refrain until many newspapers ingle potent reason, and thisalso applies \
t and other periodicals-hsve comRj.'i to the grower of vegetables in Miami says: I University of. Florida Extension Division lend their aid in making'them effec.. SI.II.BUftOCKREAL

- ,- mented on th. ".adne.." of this fact' J Florida as well as to the growers of Dr. Arthur O. Yearian proprietorof who usually has a remedy for tive for good in our midst ,
K. to .Florida's Unwarranted hurt. If.there citrus fruits. Consider for instancethe the New York Dental Parlors! of such things, suggests that the seeds .
Miami, stood for his rights againstthe [ be soaked in the following manner: ADVERTISED LETTERS
.fler' wa. a time when Florida system of good roads that are -now ESTATE
. ,*".-was in need of defence against those. being built in this state. How is this | state board of dental examinersand Wet a strip of cloth about a yard long .
'who are proclaiming overproduction boinjar' done? Are the citizens doing those who sought to humiliate i and four inches wide. Leave the cloth Advertised list for the two weeks iNSimAlVCB'Examination

:and other vagaries of this sort it is this individually 7 Most certainly not; I' him in the enterprise of which he in moist, not wet, and sprinkle the seedson ending September 13th, 1915..
I the head 1, and a juryjJOn thy Dade it. Roll the cloth like bandage Bradley, Lee Brook R. L. Bryant,
tiow.i, As a matter of fact, the they are acting collectively, ar.d as a '' up a ; ;
I : v' opme'nt of this great state is devel.// unit; the trifling cost falling onto each county criminal court yesterday ex-I with the seeds inside. After 24 Mamie L.; Foster Mrs. Annie; Hurst, of Titles a ;

-. 'ting I Its;energies organized and individual caused by bonding the various operated him completely. Throughoutthe to 4H hours the roll will begin to Sam; Jamison Calaway; Nelson, |

1t; for a big forwardjiujYemeni. counties for the building of the ordeal he conducted himself] in a I swell. It is then time to plant the I Thomas; O'Berry, Chaa. A.; Prescott .'

practical men, who are spending their I I magnificent network of roadways now manner which won for him the highest He under admiration of all with whom he but they will be on the of Smith Minnie ((2). .
', money; using their brains und exerting process of construction und yet verge .
i. their energies to this end, deserve I to he built is so insignificant that it came in contact showing conclusively' sprouting. There will not be enough B. B. Simpson CorresDondenoa Solicited ;::

not the decryings of the onlookers but will never be felt] and yet it is an asset that in the acquisition of such a man water on the needs to make them Postmaster. -- ,
I is the gainer and that efforts .
-. ; the united support of the believers in I to every one; it enhances the vulue of Klorida\ stick together, and they can be planted
Florida's future. property; it increases efficiency' it 'IH to damage Inn business and put linn easily. Do not plant such seeds in Benevolent Lodge Robert Riedel "r.
'... i out of the running arc more in the I soil since the moisture will "Aren't going to listen to the
The writer has received doz- 1 a time and money saver and ,& pleas*'j dry pass you ..
many I nature of persecution than prosecu i from the seed to the soil and the I populi. Senator Headstrong" '
g ens'of )letters from contemplating net- j ure, whether you arc on foot or in a vox CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
I i seed will be dried that it will I "Vox What have :
vehicle. This system of good roads tion.On so not populi nothing
tier and from those who had oll''udypurchased
land originally! intended for | will bring thousands of winter tourists I tion the was face'dthut of the verdict the one dentilowning 'Iul'1| continue growth. I these" here secret orders ever done for- Window and Door Screens Repair .

and of better .class to this me? and
citrus plantings, asking fur advirr us a state Jii.s piirlor.-i and employing licensed Cabinet Work.
: to disposition-"now that the ritiusindntry I thun have heretofore come, who spc'iul PKKSHYTERIAN: Clii. 'RCll
t. ; men to do his work, is not in I 'Phone: Shop 216; Residence 237 .1'
real wheruer and The attendance at this church last
they ,
of Florida is overdone. To money go us .
st net interpretation of law, violating, Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Day.Your Darlington Aye. Near Freight :
well induce desirable und G7.!> cent than PepoJ
) Sunday greater
let theoretical idle talk] of overproduction leIIuaiCiutsettlers. |I a statute of the state even if he hns won per ,
itself into mar' I it WHS a year ago. drag-gist will refund money If PAZO
t crystallize a in | no certificate, to piacti/L-e./ It was nl-ol I III'lIlioli OINTMENT fill to cure any cas of Itcbinc.Blind. > .
.-. the minds of the people cither nl IK me Now, why cannot the growers get decided, ,important to I the d..nt,1,1" ,\ ( Sunday' School Workers. .Bieedlngor Protruding Pile In 6to IC day.. C F. THRASHER '

or distant is not only iuj>(. folly out together pn the HHIIIC plan of oiganix-' ft'ssinn, that work in II dental Jnlx.ia) | i Tlieie/ will be a Sunday school meet Toe application glvea Kaa* and a.. SOc.
almost wicked.To I e.1 l effort and cohesion,, anil 1 wmk \\ hnluJ I |' SHEET METAL WORKER :.Jj
tory is not practice! of the dental I pn o> )
the mi.n ulio uses ]last. "season' as I heiii'ted, uuil us u unit, first III impmvi j I fesMon. i Steel "fl
i, the quality of fruit grown, by better I C. A. CARSON. President. N. BRYAN. Secretary. Ceilings a Specialty .
his criterion and quietly .sits d.nvn In addition to these phases of thi I II
his. methods of cultivation, --juayi-iK.\ I !' 'Phone I4'-R Klsslmrn... Fl,,. !
: and laments misfortune of one I question, but UMile from the le.-t imon\
season, "overpjoduction" is his un"wer. -I ridding their groxest of the ditfinJntjients introduced III this particular, ,case i-- '.
that they now have, buyinjr' I thru} The Waters & Carson --4
But the man who investigatesthe i for both the fuel that pi ('JUiIICC against/ I III'. ,
who thinks his head supplies growing and! packing Yea inn from uhu} i
cause, using i rose fact that lie'is a DR. J. W. SIMPSON |
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their product aa a unit, building and
- as well-an his hands, will tell pou that newspaper advertiser, and a linn b-
It there is absolutely an und'I'pioductlon. equipping und owning their own packing Hover in the drawing value of pi' ml DENTIST *

r "Underdistribution" might be plants as a community, )putting the I er's ink even in I the business of dentistry. Upstairs in Katz I*
maximum amount of fruit Ihl'oul'hsuch Grocery Company Building
applied to last year's crop. The un'- This.seems i to have arousn OITIc. Hour. *
: I
houses for what it a. m. to 11 IlL
actually costs,
1"- expected war, coming at the same the ire of the profession and I the stat 1:" to 1:10 ...
, time almost as the opening of Flor- setting aside a trifling amount for ad-. board and, following his campaign ot Telephone No. 7 S Jun. fl TT. 4;
and otherwise creatlnde.
ides selling season, with only the usual vertising advertising, the state board refused to .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
mand for
your product; then put it in '
; arrangements for opening up of grant him a certificate to practictthe
the hands of a well organized and efficient DR. W. W. CARSON
new selling territory, commensurate profession permanently, the reason .
. with goad: business judgment in a normal I sales which agency is in to be sold und; a sales stated, however, being that he hud GROCERIESWE DENTIST -1.
daily hourly
V year, together with unprecedented not made a certain grade prescribes "
early heavy shipments of immature touch with all markets, thus far open- by the state board. We have no idea Office over Pilley Building
ed up for Florida fruits, and which is OflTlce Hours: 8-IS 1_B /
\ grapefruit contributed heavily to low that this fault would have appeared if Offlc. 'Phone
':' prices; but after these things were developing new territory and new he had not taken the bull by the horn Oas Administered IBS Residence for Extraction'Phone of II- J-

::4- seen and it was found necessary to methods of selling just as rapidly] as and advertised live and let live priie- Teeth
the amount of fruits in its oC-oC--O- oCoOooOooOooOo
greatly increase the scope of distribution for dentistry. When the permanent
.r'c3 .
hands will This is I. -.4 4 ,
warrant. only common -
: and rosort to other strenuous certificate was refused him he with:
business prudence and will surely > SELL: < WE BUY: 4 T. M. RIVERS. ';:
,; M. D.
and new methods, the latter end of the drew from active practice and is nov' 1
put the citrus industry on a solid basis I. 4 0
. ,c.; season was normal t>r prices, especially conducting the business end of his parlors *
, and until this is done, chaos will > HAY 4 4 4 PHYSICIAN and SURdONOffice
c for orange having skilled dentists at the 4i. 4 HIDES 4 't'

!/ 'to We are going to quote some statistics reign.The Florida Citrus Exchange was chairs.the This, according Dr. Yearian to the verdictof without X GRAIN O 000 4 over Osceola Pharmacy "' |I

"t/ that have been carefully gathered arganized for this purpose, and is jury, places 4 4 FURS "Phone Residence Cl "*.
the of the law and is
!it.' aswe realize that it will require flgvres doing the things just enumerated, and pale a just > FERTILIZERS 4 4 -4 Office 148. ....
rebuke scheme of
J 'f1 . to convince.: Alabama has a population it l is what the growers have made it, to a oppression h 4 0 WOOL 4 I,
which was not only unjust and trivial X' SHINGLES O 4 4 .
of two million, three hundred and will be what the growers further
.'thousand:! yet that state consumed less will make it. The day ia past when but extremely silly. 4 000 AND 4 CEO. F. PARKERATTORNEY.AT..LAW 1\

.'' "-"thair fifty thousand boxes of Florida individual effort in handling the crops .. > ORANGE BOXES 4I. 4 4 '
: ''fruit Arkansas has a population of of the soil, with but few exceptions, + < I. 4 ALL :1|...
\. Ion. jniUion hundred thousand will win. It takes united effort > OBANGEWRAPS. 4 4
; cooperative .c. ODD BITS OF NEWS v' and consumed about twenty thousand methods, squared by the 4- 4I. 4 COUNTRY Conveyances v

boxes of Florida citrus fruits. Georgia golden rule of "do unto others as you 4.000 .OOOOOO..O.O. >I. VEGETABLE CRATES OX 4 O Specialties _.>..
. 4> 4 4
1 has a population of two million, eight would have them do unto you," to accomplish PRODUCE 111 l-S Broadway( r
'hundred thousand people and Florida results. This rule will not Wilmington, Del.-Mrs. M. K. I. CRATE NAILS 4 4 t

sold about hundred thousand box- all but Grant wealthy woman a horse > O 4 5 .
one morally a ,
only help us financially, gave
. . . .000. . . . & F. j"ft
Illinois the 14th of
tT re* of citrus fruits in that atate. as well. party in honor of birthday
-, has six-million souls within her her pet carriage horse "Prince Grant." .

borders, and 'Florida sold approximately A luncheon was served in the stable We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. .

-, . four hundred thousand boxes of citrus and an orchestra played throughoutthe Wi Give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. Humiliation of Titles .. Specialty.

:tt>' .a ,fruits-, in. that state.. I W.C.T.U.COLUMN J I festivities. Free delivery: in city limit 'Phone No. 12. NotlflcaUon non-realdenta and Payment siren of taz" e' l'.

;J '. ,, 2 There are I a 'number. of cities of We are county agent for good.fertilizer Ask u* for circular and price: .attentIon careful S ,
,1 fifteen thousand, and upwards, populatIon Nebo 111.,-G. C. Boyle has an egg fertilizers.The. Klsalmmee., Fla '
a* members 6f the Womans n
(,::1<: \' in that state that only a few trifl- Christian Union wish laid by one of his hens On which are .
: Temperance fine picture of a. chicken a dog, a .
r.Sq<: : boxe. cu'J traced to during the -

;',; :;entire seasonj: ,and ,the further, west J extend M.. our sister our and heart-felt friend, *Mr*.. pistor and a giraffe. None,of the pictures S Pa\.Johnston S O.'P.,' 0....." ,'
l.' kWS ,look the*greater 'grows'the, per-, :in, her irreat sorrow. ymnathy .:would rub off. JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW :.
;:" 'centag..ofpopulaUon who get '" '
prae- We know oCher: devotion to Fran-
Ltically 3P: Florida fruit at1 alL' :Indl-; Lewis town, Pa.-When William
ana, population two million ht hun- ces, (the grandson) and'realize what Stiffler left the open hearth of a fur- of the worldare ,rl

1 ,-f ',dred ,thousand; >Michigan, population grief it must bring to her. nace and requested his nephew to eyes Office 10, 11 and 12 Citizen. Bank .\o
May the dear Lord be her comforteris
w three million 'Ohio, population five blow the dust from his clothes toa BuildingKlaalmmee Q
million-nearly 1 eleven million people our prayer. hose carrying 95 pounds of air pres- I Fla. .'{

_. ; ."_ joining_each other and.receiving (Signed) COMMITTEE.The sure, he became violently ill and died the who ,f,

$ ,hardly enough' o of Florida's citrus cropdmittedly.the after a night of fearful suffering. on man ',\
_ saloon takes one boy in nine. claim the sudden Louis C.
>... best fruit I'rown-to Physicians application Ifassey T. Ploton Warlow
,v.. make k taste," with the exception of a give Is there a motner who has a boy to of cold air to his overheated body Late Fla. R.Counsel n. Comm.for: Criminal Judre of Court to. '

4' 'few of. the-larger cities, and, last, caused a rupture of the bowels.
; Is there a thoughtful mother who MASSEY &: WARLOW -
: population, of these .United States "
would not rejoice to help vote the boy- ATTORNEYS :
1. hundred million people to New York. N. Y.-Thersa Planeta and COUNSELLORS ;
nothing <4>vnine: and onehaifc.pmnothlng"of destroying liquor traffic out of es- and her son Louis were kept prisoners AT LAW .
0 ibtence T SAVESAUSE Practice In all the courts of the f-
husband is hermetic- State
by a jealous an
Canada. The of
nonsense and of
the United States, also -
.. -fr1.i..tne' and one-half million boxes being With the ballot women have the oily sealed flat for four years until the Florida Railroad Commission before and I'
'An overproduction. clearly apparent. mightiest weapon with which to des- I' rescued by an agent of the Childrens' the Interstate Commerce Commission. r;
.. : evil the drink and evils 11-14 Charleston Bld -.
troy drug Society. Joseph Planeta, the husband l, .'..
\ The-trouble"? ,we are not raising Orlando. Fla. .
; warfare, established infamy and -I" .
] .
"" every is a prosperous cigar merchant, and ..::!!
.w." J-enough fruit tolet; the country know other ill that childhood of its
saps had to be forced at a pistol point to -1
4bout. it, and to enable a distributionthat noblest I .
opportunity. But wheneverand 11
give up his wife an** child. He locked \<
'will'make something like halfthe
.' ,.- wherever women plead for theballot his wife ir. s eel when he found an DR. M. HICKS ': It must be
population the organized liquor trust comes old of former > for moment
photograph a sweet- man
'- t. ,. }Htaken; iinto consideration that the pop- forward and with bribes, frauds, heart in her trunk. young .
w ('Illation' of.this country1 rapidly increasing threats and every unholy method self. The PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
a thought to
byWrtha.; well a* by 1mjaigration seeks to defeat their plea. Twelve "
\ to thi country from the Crookstown! Minn.-A fisherman Office State Bank Building
6' states have .
\. :1untries{ of Europe after the termina- antagonism won equal of brewers suffrage and despitethe distillers here has placed a mirror in the water problems that confront you now, or 'Phone.: Office 41 : .
Residence 40
1 Son of.the present.war that has ever and their toward and in front of it a plate glass slant- :' ,

t'' 4 ,'(:. tiken ,place, and mainly of a better votes for women has vengeance become so widely ing at 45 degrees angle. The bait is will a few years hence.Look !"
-\ lla than'heretofore it'.Is therefore' placed between the two. lie claims
r advertised in these elv8 equal suffrage -
IN' .. 'Vjwin out that the I increase in pop- campaigns that- %>ow those who that when the 'fir.h approaches and J. W. THOMPSON ;,

''f': .., ulation'-will' .alway.* more than outreach oppose political justice for women are sees his image in the mirror, he speedsup about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, aatioa-yes, J :: '

f'i" that of production under any cir- seen standing in line with those who thinking another fish is after the ,in the world, are the mea wh* started tofsaTe early. is) fife.
morsel, Strikes the plate glass and FUNERAL DIRECTOR
"' cvmtance9.: It is true that we have defend and sustain the liquor traffic.
.t,< ! are valiantly top. They have the respect and confidence of the community. andLICENSED :
,- \.the; factthUwlthOut'dLaSteV, Florida recognizing the ability of worrten insignificant
t_,. ':-will 'ba producing;twelve to fourteen ways, viz.: appointing wo- EMBALMER -
) Then look on the other side-at the fellow who tpead.aD tkcy:
?sniUlon ;,bou..5 of} grapefruit and men notaries, police members Duluth, Minn.-Charles French I ,
:, i enough oranges'and other varieties of of school boards and women educational associations wanted a job in Uncle) Sam's navy. make-they may have a good time far a while, bat wfliat does HuJr Store and Chapel, Stewart" AY. "
L ''fcitrus fruits,to'make the'total outputconsiderably. directors of state Institu- He applied for position as piano tuner. personality reflect? I Klsslmra... F!.. "

upwards .of: twenty mll- tions, sanitary, park, and market commissioners I lIe is still wanting the pob. .

7 Ions 01 boxes from the present plant- permitting women lawyers' A doDar or .. deposited ia this bade will be HM / : ,
.4 ed "',&\ and after investigating the to_plead cases in court St, Paul, Minn.-Dr. S. N. Mogilnerand '
)' ,t. 'almost :.unlimited ..possibilities of de- Texas has aw oman I Dr. T. N. Mortensen charged in Helens of an koaorable, independent e n-. P. A. Vane Acnew w. B. Crawtor.*

'. posing'w" are fully warranted inour I Equal Suffrage was the subject chosen police court with kicking out the false Make your berinniaf BOW--today. Your I VANS AGNEW &: CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW .

\ statement that ,there 1s .an actual For debate in the Virginia University teeth of Emmil Freiden were dismissed bank book will pare the way. '

.VRderproductlon., ,; ... last June. because of lack of evidence when .
<,qi v.I Fellsmere the false teeth could not be Office: 3-4-6-6 Citizen Bank I
r And . <.:person 'today that, will 'ever see an giving women equal right.. Building

SfaverproducUon},'_ ,but this, doe. not with men, It has earned a lasting placein Indiana Pa.-When lightning struck State Bank: Klsalmmee., :J'Io"'" ..

.. mean that we-produce more fruit, history a* the first city in the state the home of A. L. Diehl, of Penn Hun, .

that we must not bend our.energies to- whose charter ia positively Just to all it lifted the necklace from his daugh. : LEWIS O'BRTAN -

oJ v'.ard. the i millions who are-not now of it* citizen Pinellat, Florida,' hasa ter, Belle, and dropped the locket .

.,' ',buying IOU'"- fruit' f to I iflak&them con-: woman member of its Board of hanging from it Into one of her Ihoe ATTO EY-A"-LAW '

..... Iauiner! of:it,'and :regular,'customers, Trade. ;,.:or., The back of her other shoe was cut: of KissimmeeCapital

I,';;:%oo It has not been many years since ..Tbl.rear equal ,.ulrrage' bills have from her foot at, if by a knife. Ida W. c.Building.Wh .'

i-o' '-'the toantrt:.kno" nothing of the,diereat&n.tIu !- >eenpresented to the-.legislature of Diehl,, a sister, and Ruby Maxwell a steck __ __________.'IO ,OOO.OO .

'1. ; ;of cereals 'thatyou th.: following southern statesj"Arkanisas ; cousin-" .had- their hair' parted by the Rssoorces. .re. ..._-:. ;__, ..:. ___ __, 400,000.00 -- -a.
'v""', 'flndpractleaHyv family in the ;1.A.Jabama.Loulelan..,' Mississippi, bolt and each has a steak of singed 4 ., 5

i, i; United States now using. The manuxactiirer Texas Oklahoma 'Kentucky.:..Tennee- hair ,extending from their forehead r Officers aad- Dinctsn.aA. . .n In Need of a', ,

''r.' of,these roods created some see, Georgia,* South- .Carolina, North to the napes of their lI.cks. I'f'' ,. _- VETERINARY,SURGEON /- '*,' '

'.; good Carolina,Maryland. . ** > .' ." ""* '. 1,1 -- "_- ?. ... S .:CARSpNj'Prest.: : v' J, ll.'LBgy.M Plrwt.. J .. .' I ", .--Call FoiiX". T ,f
\ll!'!'. for both the Connor and' old. and ,then "-Florida! 'itenr. I.t."do"h: t"" we S The; Reformer'*'Method '. 1. :t"' M. ICAIZ..2aI;" '- V'.ce' Pr.st4' : : ' ' A.,F. : : T :
in : better the '"Did. ,social reformer, ,' t. 7: : j' : . RCIOND''r.
proceeded to pat Went before) the pub- can all the new-way t ', the have any' ,, ,, f .- : .
1\,.:lie and into tie hands of the customers Condition currounding, rse .' .ideas.Improving 'vpresent. condition .- t : ROMA THOMASCaaIiLer! *';'"* .. -. 'So..... 'CJlppe<<.,11,: *4;ap.,? ,'.
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S ' fTiu/Sfeamatlcally .and UOy ;J IrsneGaU9ws'Adsmas *T"u'Well,:he>took'.tip a. collec "", -'' "
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tsrf thfak that wcannot, lake}iHelen. Superintendent tion.. '1'11... ui., .' .
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: ::1,':.' 0; )'r.t} kCTICAL' ; OVERCOATi J .0 0I' o -'.. : g, AN AUTUMN) FANCY;' \$ +:. POSTAL rInsert' 'ORDERS + dOl' w' 4 In the'' Washington' .......*

f ," 1 I I I I I I . I I I I I. III l"s o I I . ;\-.j. .;. . ; 1 I I g .... .. 'T'I, and will b*. maintained tlir'vnerstrict "
t'o Playroom .. ,. ... ..... . . qusrantlneeonti'ol.; .
:;" 'g A OarmMitVVhleK Will B. Found % g, Thto 8mart :Trsttsur Freok g j jo '. .. .

:' o JmllspsnsabU. |n ,Cold I,Wssthsr. oO :for :the .f- I Feet...... Jumper' Bodies., 0 : No., '155.," 'Order No. 8977.-' ,
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OOOOQ00 0't .- : The ..Postal Laws and Regulations .... " : '
; law HOLMES : ..C; r.VJsA' .
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Kiddies are amended by the.addition of the following -
I Sec,' "8"., ,On*n4, after September ,' :
jr 1. 1916. the postmaster the co
't f''. Itrrt \;; mailings< of ace< may, on payment: ,of Holmes 'and :Lawrence r. :E

;;'.. Because the rich rein fits up "plsy-; one:cent, give the IOnder of'.an or. "
: c' , room with every expensive mechanical .. ... dinary parcel of fourth-class! mall a The ; Men '
"J""t'v toy that ingenuity can devise or talent receipt therefor. A postage stamp tocover .: 'Ct'' ,
I la reason why, for lack the charge for the receipt shall ,
Invent there no dulidlag1Out"pr1eei. <
of these luxuries,'>there should be'noplayroom. be affixed thereto. The name and address . .:'Want to figure with'you on that, / al. tijjftand. r; y ,

*-at all .la the home of 'the ,of the, addressee of'the ,parcel our work la the best W* wake: a specialty: Iatrlr. .. .Trim* asfff,. I"".,.,
hall be written in the the Hardwood Fk ana Dr "X "e :
breadwinner which receipt by FIMn"WbuIow Bcreeaa., '
If place
average a ..
r f: ,,, can be in every sense the children'sown sender.information. Postmasters desiring additional "For reference, lee J. A.,, Bard i". new homr, t ; I \i ':;

; special domain. on this 'subject Estimates mad on all .' ;...:x '
should address the Third Assistant A
y t tI tR tw Very Uttle money will go a long'way; Postmaster General. Division. of Reg p.; Box: 111': Street"'N*.:14:,p9li.: ":: .!*.'; 1/f/

t in fitting up a'playroom that .will -adequately {stored .Mafia. ,." ... \ - # . hnw ,
all of the reasonable '
(See instructions relative to this
I .
.1 demands of the
subject-on 6 of this Guide.
page ) -
.1J J first thing to be considered is I o ><
R Effective September 1 1915 ' '
plenty; of light A room with a southern I paragraph :'" ItAN", '
; A WISE .
2, Section 488.of the P'ostal y yr ,
: exposure is, 'of course preferable LAWS and I. .'J t. ..., 0. INSWB-'
i IY but not essenULThe Regulations amended to carrie* '.Relent FIRE! ,
read as follow.f ANCE Npeeteft Ms
walls should be a plain restful .sr:1.II':
2. Fourth-class mail shall not be ,while h* Is living and .
J Jf. color with a few attractive pictures, registered but may be insured against '. INSURANCE to protect ft*. ......,,.
.' JI hung rather low, showing harvest loss in an amount equivalent to Its Ii \ lly In th. event .f hta 4heu.' ,Be"aIM. : ; ,

Jj I scenes, country fairs dogs, horses, actual value but not to exceed $5 in ;- Insure his ,earmfag .ajsnUrby 'N

z'i sheep and rabbits. any one case,'on payment of a fee of; VI I .taking rat an ACCTDBNT.**d :

j Some attractive playrooms have dodoes 3 cents; not to exceed $25 on paymentof 'L HEALTHPOLICT..',' klte 'osi tie; 'rye
of Kate Greenaway pictures, with a fee of 6 cents not to exceed $50( \ *, H'' -" '

the upper walla plain. Besides these, on payment of a tee of 10 cents, or 1 W. write all, DaM of..INSURANCE : +
<, there are also charming playroom wall not to exceed $100 on payment of a -S I ..-iP
papers Illustrating Mother Goose fee of 25 cents, in addition to the post t, J Noa bat BELIABLE. . -Mae. -.CM".:

rimes and fairy tales. age both to be prepaid by stamps affixed \panic*. ,la G.JAGNERIw 1 ;i' ..
The stained floor should have 1U rug ; but indemnity will not be allow D. .. -
..k tacked to prevent tripping and falling ed in eases of loss of such mail addressed ; ,, Secwkd ,Floor atl..... BasdclBMcKissli _' ,
s ''t ... '1'Ia. : 1\\
over upturned edges. New furnitureIs to the Philippine Islands, unless ......_ ._ ..p '. .;. ,' 14>- ,.t
the loss occurred in the
an abomination to the children's POStal/ r
service of the United States.
sanctum, and by a little effort of the A OtBIJBH OBBAT;OH.
This amendment provides that the
imagination they convert an old sofa Smart trotteur frock of navy serge Following indemnity will be paid for 1 ".
Into an automobile, a steam engine or '
featuring a jumper bodice and circular loss of insured parcels mailed on and :J ;1' Y
whatever the moment demands of It. skirt. A deep flounce with corded after September 1. 1915: '
a. cheap pine table of the kitchen Covered 3-cent fee value to R. 'S I'LOYD ;
sea !, kv top is a feature of the skirt while a by a up ; ,
variety; should have the legs sawed $5. 'j
short lends novel detail to
off five or all Inches and the chair peplum a Covered by a 5-cent fee, value up to
IDEAL COB MOTOaiKO. the bodice. The gulmpe of plaid silk .. Dealer In y' 1
legs reduced to conform to It. Having '((25,
This practical overcoat Is indlapen- these of a comfortable height is finishes at the neck with a smart faille Covered by a 10-cent fee, value all

able most restful and satisfactory to the collar. A smart felt hat goes very to $50. [ : 1'
the Ha
/4 during coming cold weather. Groceries y.Grain gnu 'Feel
well with this trim outfitWARTIME
Covered by a 25-cent fee, valve ,
Aside from that, it is an ideal motor little ones. The table should be placed up : ;

-. -or rain coat Featured in mohair mixture against the side wall and Its drawer to $100. r ,- ,

M with velvet collar and cuff., It contain slate, drawing book colored PARIS.How widest These new fees possible should be without given the Corner Broadway earl Daldn Xre: : r 1
publicity expense
pencils aud a box of paints. Keep "
x' 4s smart and sensible. Fullness develops to the department. Postmasters "

from the Inserted pleat In the some back number magazines and the Women of Franoe Endure ihould send notices thereof to their Try ,Us oti Your' Next'Ocder'Fot' tffle.i4.:. ,k

<, -center back falling In deep folda at weeklies here and offer the children a Th..e Trying Day local ,newspapers and advise patronsof . ., .
,b 4h. bottom.? The raglan sleeves and prize of bat and ball or doll for the War Paris is like a beautiful widow their offices parcelsfor H.HHIliSouthern

semi-belt effect are notable features. most artistically colored print the conteat just recovering from the first shock of insurance. Particular attention Is 1.M.. .H.M.BMM

A taupe velvet hat and cloth topped to last a month. The time spent a great sorrow and wondering if her directed to the 8-cent fee for parcels ;

button boots are correctly worn. In coloring the pictures saves the black gown is becoming.. Bo is the for which in event of loss, the sender .. .. . .

\ grownups many an hour of nagging. war Parlslenne. She weeps for ,her desires no more than $5 indemnity. S

i Even the cheap and commonplace lost, mourns with the fine dignity; of Effective September 1," 1915. Growers.--Attention 1, ".' ; SI;
Summer.i clothespin may be converted Into an It a parcel of fourth-class matter : '" '
Roman matron but the light for life " of dalitos, by white and yellow, absorbing playroom diversion TV very; and a beauty Is still in her eye, where, ,' exceeds the alas in length or girth Hare your seeds produced vegetable bringing ., ,t':
little children. With a pen and Ink combined (84 in.) it shall not be accepted the highest market prices ,If 'not a:
bird Is
Happy with friendly tallow Indeed it will shine forever. She for mailing no matter bow ( ; .. ,
features be drawn their wooden
And tbo tar blue skjr. may on ,
that sweetest of all things a woman trial order,for
mail the 1'1"
: ta.em to ten with grain that'sBprlnrtlms Ilettaa. beads movable pasteboard arms excess may be. '
between tears and smiles, because the '
now Is peat fastened with and with, bodies
I .ADa tbo brook koops on bullatJBtr on pins one opens her heart and the other mirrors WORK ON CITRUS DISEASESIN .Stokes Seeds:' ". < '
Summers b.... at last.LISS.VSS clothed In colored tissue paper assisted her mind. FLORIDA TO BE INCREASED ? ,, < It- ::: '

by the paste pot they; erolre into Let JIB consider her a little as she may,be tliQ key; to your'NuccesWrt.atie:, ;-' > .: ,
'WhIapertn.07 ..circlesc hemmed maidens brave sol ,.
or looking tripe along the Rile de la Palx for ah* Washington D. CA rumor, has prices '
upon the treed diers. : on qnantltle > ,r Jij; ; ,rr .'
,, Paasy Ia tbs snnahlas purrlaa; really; .won't object. Why should she become current that the experimental 'J-
Baby t. his knsssZa A kaleidoscope costing a Quarter la work of the United States Departmentof pl '
That might be her arch reply but abe :Stokes: Seed Farms Comp '; '
tbs thafs a never ending source of wonder and foot-rot ; r"
""I STSSS softly Mowta would,say, nothing knowing the eloquence Agriculture on sour scab '. .. .
Toll that spite Is past; entertainment, and the playroom should melanose. and 'other citrus diseases *
I i j..b4 the red NIl Is sbowtamum's of silence under admiration.. :MOORESTOWN NL'Wt
ross discontinued.
asr. at lsatc also have a checkerboard. 'Each child Th Pariaienn is naturally sensitive will b* The'plant experts ";rJ- ,. ., '..
may; have "his own postcard album for of the department say that nothing -
.i f'.1P"A.f. \ Bsso sympathetic not merely to..her sac '
10 cents and'* soap bubble pipe costs ; of th* kind is contemplated and . .
'' ;,. roundings, but to atmosphere, a'more .
; that Instead of stopping work upon
a .
penny. 'h r" .
,, ?.a ... ,Bat of all nexpensiveplayroom treae- delicate, element\ Therefore' she Is these citrus diseases the work will actually : "
Th latest noveltle In arttfldal Sow.a '. ; w0aring'a vivandiere skirt;'a coat : be' Increasedin
or' very considerably SEED'.POTATtJDN! :
urea the lump of modeling clay ,is the ,
'' ;
i ers are.those 'In tinsel tisane and the most and holds'the attention blouse with a ,bleb military; collar a the present year, 'The entire plan : ,.. "
hd., huge transparent ones In whit gans bat having the air of a tattoo and long of the work will reorganized, additional ''FOR'FAL; .;''PLAlmNr,
,.' of the players longest The possibilities .
'With each petal modeled sad-oatllnedd legged boots in'' brown, or gray cloth. experts will' be secured, and ". : "J, '

with a grin Invisible wire incased in of the clay"'as a means pt That is the general picture she makes, more field experiments will be under : '4l: First seed ': .r'm. <
the twining at the edge. A cluster of amusement are almost Infinite. Even understood taken upon the more troublesome diseases Spa ld1 c BOM No.; das JS p hBiidre4> rand .- {

yellowish pistils represent the heart the tiniest child may be pacified and and if Napoleon who women excepting that because of the : fifty pound beg'-freight .prepaid.' ,STOCK. .. LIMITBD,",Pl., *<*' .w 'I';
could see her be would find her :
Butterflies are treated in a similar artistic kept spellbound with Interest if be to his of general- danger of spreading citrus canker, no order. promptly. ( !.
way.Dainty; may; "make something" out of the very; appealing sense field experiments with this disease <
; sachets are edged with light plastic material. It la delight to ihlp. Not an Amasonian touch not the will be carried on. Investigations of f" "( r.KILGORE ; '. :':8r:'"
suggestion of it, for such would be a '
puffings! in The embroidered children to Illustrate a.'familiar: fairytale : 5
green game. -
clumsiness of the Parlslenne
4 center is al.o shaded with a veil. or nursery rime by modeling the unworthy . ,. ,
And still there she is, with the war all ,
; tug of green pu_ characters and grouping them on the Send j + ;
table as if enacting the scene. They over her In plaits and tucks and abenever Your PLANT aver, FLORTOA.. I /. ft < ;, _
A coatee of chiffon ft
or an us -
r' appropriate accompaniment to the summer will consume hours in shaping the looked more taking.If au . ... ....,. .. . ............ ....."..,... . ..., ...-... ... i..' : ::
.. forms of Little Red Riding the Parlslenne were placed in a '
,' dress of voile Hood :
new, strange world she would seise its Orders ForI ' , ;!
> The newest silk pur. baga 'have no her'old grandmother .and the hungry i : :
tassel at the bottom. wolf and In'' this way many of the fashions In a day and make them part
) better stories like "Beauty and the of herself. That is her wonderful secret '

I end Raw toast," "Snow White" and "The Ugly In the mysterious affair of d...... BEAMS :fl1berCo : '
:, White, . Stun Duckling" may; be indelibly. impressedupon She never lets Its vagaries tyrannize; FIRE ESCAPES : f

"Ing'Drat've' Sohsm the memory.Inscriptions over her but by some heaven systemof CHANNELS :

<:. The fad for black and white waIl also serve a good salTand mine reduces them to her 5

f': 'papers grows apace, and the cretonne'' in the playroom.; Cut large capital purpose letters own characteristics.. Ton don't notice ALL ANGLES SHAPES AJTD I, w......... aaj- Retail- Deakn) In' 1TYELLOW a ,, .

.-cretonnes to use with such wallpaper from a publication and paste themon until you stare that she has annexedthe '

:, is black of ground and splashed the playroom door In the form of mode mllltalre, because there Is no : PINE : :

,1 over with great glowing red roses. this inscription: "Who slams me harts evident advertisement of the fact about BOILER PLATES LUMBfRs '- ,

Can yon visualise thensmartness of a everybody.; You should paint these her. But ;you know'instinctively that !TANK STICK* : :

'>'., country; bona living room papered In Setters red nay, vermilion--eo that he' she Is dressed In the note or the Urn, .' GALVANIZEDCOPPER Shingles i ;;and( : : : <

-Mack and white stripes, hong with who runs may; read. and that means reverence graciousness AND jr'A :

a few black framed etchings and one imagination, a salutation to manly KOTO SHEETS HOUSE Ysiuss SPOALTY' ,. ;: K&, .'.

ti ,or two gilt framed mirrors and far chivalry In the trenched field from I \,..ran ,...\..
/ lobbed with buck'wlcker furniture and Te Make That French Twl tA beauty; at home. There no set Inten- !TRUSS BODS IUI Ire' ask b let.-,m. Eftn'M TS.. e flutes.r ;, \' ,

,:this splendidrose covered black ors simple way; to arrange the French lon of this and no desire to achieve a : ..
atone? twist .la to gather up the hair that' picture; simply natural feeling take STAY DOLTSSTRUCTUBAL Caftan AUeatlo.lad". '' .PrMspt. -DeBrtrf.Phone .. ., ...t d"..".'":.:", "..

Z' mngllsh< officers1' wives who make. grows upon the crown of the head as i artistic expression u if by the wave. of ; Y' ," I. ,

bomes in India'depend for nlne-tsnths it one were to'form an old fashioned. a fairy; "' 11.4.. IRON' WORK 21 Kissimmcc t ..fA.l. G;;: ='* S

of their furnishings on cretonne. Fur roach as displayed In 'the old time photographs : OF ALL KINDS ,I : . .rJ .
:'dittire-In the official quarters Is /: Pin.this so It will be out of i Hew t. Clean Matting. I '

simplest sort, but twenty thirty;yards the way. ,Take the bacK-halr and a bit I When matting Is soiled rub It with a ALL HARD WOODS .. .. '' ." ,!& -_ ".1'

.-c>f fresh chlnts..'taken out tram "home" above the ears and do* In. a French: oft flannel cloth dipped In lukewarm t : .' .. .
.and used to cover chairs, conches and twist With the 'topknot hair form a alt water. Rub the spot with moistened .. .. >l"j.t \i.
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+tables: turn (the austere living',rooms hick; wide roll from "one side to the cornmeal; then go over the whole 1

,', limo bowers bomellkeness and dalnHlness. other.. 'Anchor with a hair net Ton i surface -again with salt water this POMES AND .)>.. :

. y Vp .,, Some of the new summer creonnes will look a bit weird, but what matter?: time cold. IjTlp: with a dry cloth. This SKIFFS ; .SouthA P9P"k f--Cifrus. NurseriesOcoee t::

"' cost bat 10 cents a ;rar4'1n JTou will be In style; and think what I method of cleaning doe not turn the BUILT XO : ,. . . -. v ,'r", 4
t pleasing patterns tpO.' For .90, cents glory[ 'that I... Though the freaks of I ,nlrtting ;yellow, as water usually does. ORDER. \ ; .

'a-" .:a surprisingly attractive pattern may ''ash ton' be absurd .to disregard them BOILERS AND YFlorida:, l'1ti' :;

'''j'l ;ib* secured and twenty ;yards at. 20 entirely la to-drop behind.- And then., I I;-Yu Need Men Fat TANKS BUILT! TO :- ., t } l ..

,:' cents ;yard will achieve marvels the who knows? It may; ,be comfortableto' If your physician advise yon to eat '

'i way-of giving'house,living be frumpy but It. create a pat more rat ,... that ;your diet includes ORDER ;,All+ the..leading'; varieties: ", t '!

',t 'j 'room a homelike. -. tlve,dlsllks for the lady m the. looking plenty- ; of cream,, butter; olive 'oft bacon PUMPS FOB ALL Ortliugeand;' : Grapefruit ''trees itt: .l ) :. 4!
,, The WOman with a true eye for; color0a glass ,' walnuts, pecan nuts egg yolks PURPOSES '" 1-

::. ',; careful about .the boob and:magaVaJnea .. net, salt pork salmon and beet and OOHPETEKT FOROB; ,, fine. 'cojldition, ..Q'J..h'yeri'tJow t o'- ,
6\Y >; (tbat'lle:; abouther1Umi'l'OOlO.:; mutton fat ,All these foods;contain FOR ROAD ,.WORK; *' 'prices.'S- 0,1., ., '

. !' -,' ;,*A blue book In'''-gray,and,blu ,room ....'A/'strip Te Sharpen of emory a Knife cloth Q:tacked lokly.'to. a, 'OI'J',1a1'P,j- percentage' .htCI.aidn9' A'I&LL'TDIES!: *:-*_< &! i' r 4J! ):, fc'heraiay: ;'seasoai JS r .tiie NeeC?' :' k. ( : '
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.1' focua sll'thecolor and'b. ) : v
: f}tinay man board will be'found oseul .J1. : f: : .' PUMPING MACntNERT a. *"' of;'
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. ;effective ,Boch 'a1 placed \con- the ; 7 1 V A" ALL KINDS: > 'f : ?

" ;' t.,' :plcuously: in another, room may; 'btt a for..:,;QUkkJ7'abar'peJatq" ' : ;,. ., 'car1ng.innings ifala' '" ;i Bprad'th.'mackintoch'out'Gatou' : : ? >li.-? 1 :, (now: ;'Will.keep .one y-sars growth fks, .f ".C;' jj*s .HI
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note."Uagaslc* covers the table anti scrub,wlth"warm' -water
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"" .--are bright In color; and..ttt* cover that "- \ "** and yellow soap:'la whlcb,4 little carKmato'of ,5. ;; ,,;,
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1.4hon1b7'JarrfDC:" ', ,ibarmontee wltfi"ts aUl'l'01lDd1lJpW11I, . ? smmonla ha* been dissolved.RlnseMn I- set next fall.' Sendledayforrtel''j''' "

t :|nappen.'tnlb: 'on top.Gt ',the;pDe>o( .'at. awe l t..Iron garments'with the cold water and.bang baths I ,and lowest,prate \ teiabavs tJj '' 'tJ .' "' ; ,, '
straight of the goods and thus prevent I Ksj ...... .,,, ,,).. \... 1 .,.J
7 macutDM'. In the' reunited' ,the. artlstto.. .. stretching of the bias seams,:' "" ', air to dry.;'!On'no account! pot it: .**rtts c d .,:.J.--.,.;,. .. '. f. J .) '

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t.gar ... -C ewft '.51 c-atJi'. -. .. .., .... ..1Ptors4e. I, k. SCBOUA,. .. OOtlMT. . 'VIS t" i t: The:; :Home i : .i :South j

r : AdvcrtisemCnts.gpiuuuIIIIIluIIulIIIUIII I Peter. as JGetae.e Uullaa.Notlo .. .,., >t 'o--aa., .Vanatr.V ;. Notice WO IDatate Is fcerebr:.f.An.given. Ke.ebsgi to all whom' | Garden in th I: : 3

., : .: la d.... to all whom It may concern. .that on the 10thday ..
I It mar*concern hereby that on the 4th day of of February.A, T>. .Ul"1; shall apply :. :A- ...... .ilr srte .Artl. .eThe'gardener :Pursiehed. ."-'. IO VaIted:......'. ......... .
September. .A. D..1tU.11 shall applr te to the Honorable T. )(. lltirpbT. Judgeof :: V V V VVa I ,
Honorable T. of said Court. *a Judge of Probate, for
the Judge
I '.'" . &, I.,, .....f "' }".' tm Olrwilt Camrt, 0..*.' .( :riri4a, .aid 'court aajudge Murphy.of probatefor my final discharge as Administrator of _ass.flsSfl. ._sSnSn. SSSSSflstssssaSflSSa_. A.. '
v :wwfl V V y V WV V flfl fl W T cry.' VV..VV.VVVVVVWVablebutth. :
I ,.*.:arrr all'the'leading SeTa.l> "....... dravlt, 0._."' ttnal discharge ... administrator of the the estate elf Aaron Keesbury.will 1 deoea-a- .

:,leUes of Farm, II'IeItI4 C+mmtf, 1st Caiaaiaatf.Ammm ;, .' estate of Peter Oullaa deoeaaed and -to at the I will preeent to .
V that same tlm V .i'i'ed
r V.IM. ,n >d e ri 8. ds that hav. be nTt M. JefcjMen Ca*>iala Bi(, the said court my Anal accounts* Administrator of aald .estate' ,, and ask remember certain important fact gradu.lly V
tjted .and known to be _> vs .' V ,. administrator of said estate,. and ask for their approval. which are summed up in the V United (12)) Barnyard or"stable manure i I. '
V .... .._ P-f... .t.. ovrtM: Incl..A. VfeStowim I
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V p.opldclfl7 adapted to ..JTlorldavclimate. 0. m a for their approval.a.mofor ... ; State Department .f: Agriculture's the beat fertiliser'for vegetable -growing. 4:;.,

.' V V 'It .pp..r..' br affidavit append.! De March !- "" 11."J.1JRT AN. IS 1 m. S. .' :T': Administrator.HOTICH new farmer., bulletin '(No. 647) entitled ., as it furnishes both plant food 'q ,

.tL. __ :,. . ;; to the bill nlad In the above-state Administrator. V "The Home Garden in the Sooth. and humus.' When manure i* not. .""

fruit: causa \bat.Danl.1 D.,Johnson the < .- Or ADMkMISTTRATOBF They areas follows: V V available< green crop, .such a. 'cow. .. I Ipea.
' .- Is a.non-raal- tit JUDGE FII' IV- In 'aU sections' of the beans retch, crimson
,lIoUiIrJty' FEE . : COI ITIIIOlI'c ( r >>IDer. ) i ( nearlt soy or ,
d .nt of tbe state ot and lit
V la Cesirt Slats tIn .
1 l't sUPPLIES resident of Scotts Bluff. Nebraska- anl COUHTVIn f V Cea.y Vlvrtd Jmrngmt'. e south there is a. scarcity of fresh reir- clover should be-.turned': under to supply -:

*, \\f I INQiDATO ETC. that ... Is over th. are oftw.ntyonsrears tables during'a large part of -theyear. .humus .and part .of the nitrogen J,
; It Is tharefore ordsrsd that ..a14lIo..r.d.n' .. )Cstst. .( Erwin U. Brld ... re. estate of John- Pierce.. Osoeola V .. V '" Commercial fertilizers be employed , -
county.Notice. can .
Notice I* hereby given' to all whom "
OONKEY'A riVATTSWIUTH ...qulr.d. .defaadant to appear'to b. and the la bill hereby of It nay concern, that on toe 10th day Is hereby ,riven. to all whom ((2)) A well-kept garden will yield to furnish..most of the plant food' "

'MEDlCl.NKS... complaint slid In said cause on or before of February A. D. 1910, I hall applyto It of may concern. that 1918 on the 10th day a return eight, to ten times as great but without humus) In the soil the fertilizer ;
November A. shall
f, the 17th day of September said the Honorable Court a* Judge T. H. of Murphy Probate Judgeof for, to the Honorable p.'1'" M. Murphy, } judgeof apply. as that from an equal area devoted to will b.. of little value. V V

V'r' FOR OATAIXXJCB A. D. 111 otherwise the..allasratlonsof my discharge as Administratorof said court. a... Judge of Probate for cotton or to other general farm crops. (13) For early crop cabbage, V
V AND.WEEKLY TBICK aald aald bill defendant will b. takn eo..t..4b th':. .estate: of Erwin H. Bridff. deceased my nnal discharge' as administrator of (8) The value of vegetables in the caulUfower. tomatoes, pepper, eggplant
the estate of John Pierce, deceased
i LIST It la further ordered that this order present; to and paid at Court the same my Anal time aooounteit I will and that at the same time I will present -; diet is a great deal more than the mere *, etc.,,the seed should be started

be published once a week for four consecutive Administrator of said estate and ask to said o ft.f.s.. accounts asadministrator food or money value-as they furnish in hotbed or cold frame or in a ,
: weeks In the Klssimmse Valley for their approval. estate, and ask aisential salts box '
I '" .. a large part of the in the dwelling.In most section
(Ciaaette a newspaper published In tor theln approvaL ,
\Oldest l; esUbllsbed and Lars- said County'and State Dated Xua-u.t A.Ind E, 1.11.DROUGHT. Dated May It: A. D.. 1915. which are necessary to the well beingof of the south a cold frame will be satisfactory V

V est Seed House In Florida This 11th day of August Kit.Ct. 86-1 in < rao Administrator. W. B. CRAWFORD the human system. but In-the colder, region a
'1{ ( Ct Seal J. I.. OVEnBTREET: 111'10141'.41I. Administrator. (4)) The location selected for the hotbed should be used. '

L '} MARTIN SEED CO. O'BHTAN Clerk Circuit COUl't.LEWIS IN CIRCUIT CO1TRT "ftTATK OF* FLOIt:. garden should be as near the house as (14)) In inder to secure good stocky

.. Solicitor for Complainant. 34-Et IDA "IOVIC*'rll JIJIHCIAI CIR possible. Practically every type of plants with l.rge'root systems, the

' ) CUIT. OSCKOLA COUNTY. CIrcuit C..r.. State .f Florida, Sevralh soil can be used for vegetables buta seedling .hould. be transplanted at

\\t, OOe Bast Bay Street NOTICE OF ATTACIIBIBJVTT IN CHAJSCKHV.Vlllliini Judicial Cireui.. 0........ sandy loam is to be preferred. least once before) setting inthe gar

l?" JACKSONVUXiK. FIXJKIDAC AndreVan drr Mr rh ad All. \ . T. ISekley, Cewplalaant. Commtr I. Chancery.K. (5)) Good drainage is of prime im den. The plant should be set two

t. V < > Hkrr I'eravaia Imtrrrt9i .... (1. Ferris Coaaplalsuislt, portance. If the land has not good inches apart each way in a box, hotbed -
.. I 1. H.InKram. Ida Kralry, I.f.-sdant. ...
Notice Is hereby given that natural drainage artificial drainage or codl frame. V
Sheriff of Oaoeoia County. have IhI'f'; nfn by affidavit appended to Z. II. Stlllwrll Defeadaat. should be
this attached certain personal filed the above-stated caucethat employed. (15) Before setting plants In the V
day It appearing' by affidavit appendedto V .
belonging-" Andre' Van der Ida ECkley. the defendant therein the bill filed' In the above-stated V /6)) Where cultivation is to bedone open they should be hardened off to ).
Property\ ,In the County of Osceola Statoof named Is a non-resident of the state by means of horse tools the -
that Z. B. the defendant garden
causa Stlllwell. serious check to '
prevent a growth. I
Florida, described aa follows: of Klurlda. and la a resident of Canton.Ktale .
UBMYTISIYIill One Oakland five passonirer car 1.14 of Ohio. In over the a the State of Florida, and la resident :
of Andre Van der It 'la therefore ordered a the rows running the long way of
Model the property years; of the plants to outside conditions durIng }
Spirit Lake State of Iowa,
; over
cure Rheumatism, Neu. Menrsch In the County of Osceola andSt.l. that said noil-resident defendant ho and the garden.
the "
the age of twenty-one years; It la therefore day in mild weather and finally -
of Florida. ,IH tr to tho bill or :: .
required. appear complaint .
The be laid off -
] { Headache Cramps Colic ordered that said non-resident (7)) garden shpuld '
ii. them
leaving uncovered
are h rby commanded to appear filed In acid caufte on or before at n ght ',,*,
rain Bruises dUt. Burns Old b..Y.'rU"; the Judge of the County Court Monday. thin 4th day of October. A. I) defendant be And Is hereby required in straight rows for either horse or when there ). no danger of frost.
? tu to the bill of complaint filed : ,
: : of Oscenla County Florida "on the 6tli 1H1&. otlnirwlHB the allegations' of satcl uppuar hand cultivation.
wet, Tetter. Kin4.worm, EC- day of September A. 1 n, 1915, same being Mil will 1.., taken aa confeHHed by aalddafemlitnt. In said cause on or before- the 17th ((8)) An area of one-fourth to one- ((16)) Thoroughly soak the plant ltjiV
0/ said court to day of September A. D. 1916 otherWIHO -
a Rule Day answer bed before removing the
so as
ma, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne In an action of Asmn|>ii1t Lmmaicea In the allegations of said bill will half acre\ in garden crops should be plants,
It in f"rlh.'r ordered that this order have adhere
V ed externally. 25c the sum of Three Hundred/ Dollars\ Inwhleh h.. taken as confessed by sard defend sufficient for a family of average size. to as -much soil to the :.ti
internally :, 1><- I pnbllHhfd' finc-w a week for four eon
T. CocHTOn and Emma MOochrnn roots as possible. J JI
V Robert R...intlvoeelc.* In'the Klii.l mtnee Val 8"1't thr..order ((9)) The garden should be occupied,
co-partners. dolnir business its In further ordered that
V- Hobt. T. Cochran & Co.. of the City of Kazetle. a newspaper iubllhed. In nv published once a week for four (4 I as large a part of the year as pos I I (17)) In setting the plants in the / .
c; 1 US HAVE YOUR BILL. New York, State of New York, are 11..y County. find State ron.ecutlvo weeks In the Kisslmmee sible. As soon as one crop is removed -1 garden thoroughly pack the soil .
V : V SURPRISE YOU plaintiffs and the said Andre ';: derMoersch AliKUXt 24th. l ill. Valley Uazette. a newspaper published another should be around the roots. When the toll I.
: WE WILL Is defendant. Herein nor not O. z SenJ, ) J. OVKRSTREI3T.'! planted so as
In paid and State.
kt 0\\ i Judgment will be given agalimt. you Clerk Circuit Court. This August; 13th. 181B. to have a succession crops comingon dry it is advisable to apply a little
default. Hy AMISS M. JOHNSTON water around the roots. As
V by Seal) J. L. OVKR8TREET. all the time. soon as

,1fyu. 'want material, we manufac- June 13 l L.: 115.H. INORAM. KRlHIiH! & STEKD.Solicltor Deputy Clerk. Clerk Circuit Court. (10)) A good system of rotation the water has soaked in themoist --vt

V : from the stump and can save you Sheriff of Oaoeola County, for Complainant 36-4t Hy JAMES M. JOHNSTON.! should be followed in the home gar soil should be covered with dry earth -.

,: Florida. Deputy Clerk. den, in order to keep diseases and insects to prevent baking. .. A
; S iney. We Guarantee grade and L.EW1S: O'BRYAN.Solicitor .
the Stand- J. I* OVERSTHIVBT.Clerk of County Court. I'UIU.IC MALE] for Complainant. 34-61 in check and to keep the soil in ((18)) Give frequent shallow culti- '

Mrrorkaumshlp to be up to Oaceola County Florida. .'1..i.. of John W. Thosnpaon, I)............ good condition. vation with email-tooth cultivators. A
fes (County lay Court JAMES Real M.) JOHNSTON. D. C Hy virtue of the Statutes of the Stateof NOTICE FOR BIDS ((11)) The soil for the garden shouldbe sweep or turnplow should not be used

LEWIS O'BRYAN. 1.'lorlda. In such cases made and provided Sealed bid. will be received by the thoroughly prepared before plant- unless the land becomes so weedy that .I
i, ; Co. Attorney for Plaintiff. 1I..t and by and under the order Issued Hoard of County Commlaatonera of Oa- ing vegetables. A deep soil is de 1r- cultivator will not do the work. V ,
fellow Pine Lumber out of the Court of the County
V reola County up to 10 a. m.. September
of Osceola
Judge County. Florida
Ic he Ctmlt C..rt. n-rrmttt JaidletalOlrrmll. on 6th. 1916, on Uasellne or Oil Tractor
... ,. .Promptness Oar Watchword.MPhcWm. Im ..d f.r 0..*... County the 21st day of August. A. D. 116. and Engine of about SO horse power or 16Tractive 'r.
? to me directed for the purpose of payIng 0000. o' I' ee e. ..0. .00 00...
.' riarlda, Cka.e.rySitf.g. hor.e power provided withdraw 'IS
: FU.Vf and I will
Kisslmmee. debts legacies dower. bar attachment ao arranged the .'
V . ... W. Miller i nITer at public sale or auction at theFront road machine may be drawn on the + GERMINATION TESTS SHOW
Door of the Court House In KIsKlmrnee
side of road while Tractor Engine CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR '
Osceola Cnunty.o'lorida.. on POOR GARDEN SEED 'i':
V Braklaie Rsalth, Reiwram $_lth, his wife moves along the center of road. V
...... N. Klsar, Uesiald (L. MrKay.Wllllasa '. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER TH.. 1016. Itlds to cover engine and draw bar .
: U. Krais3y', J.*m ... Ilrona between the hours of legal sale. to.wit attachment delivered set up and demo ...-4 .
J8 P. the ri
at one o'clock M. followingprop
., and Charlette M. HfammnUmrw. onstrated at or near Kisslmmee Flor-
%: :; ,'GRAYSTONE R..d...... er lio\ .wWJNDHED St. .Cloud Presbyterian and
; HEAD OF STOCKCATTISH ida.The Christian Church Endeavorers It: does not to plant a seed.It .
.. It appearing by affidavit flied In the Hoard reserves the right to accept are pay poor
-I "above-stated cause that John N. Klme. $12.000.00.. more In the or following lesa appraised marks andbrands at or reject any or all bids. holding meetings alternately at the costs no more to plant good seed

j:, one of the defendants therein named : E. 1. LESLEY two churches this summer. than bad and bad seed are a wasteof
of the State .f FIorida. Attest .
Is non-realdent Chairman.J.
; jj I.:'V.: TMUUI, ftl. I.a. PeITEl, 1IIr. ; a. and I. a resident of Eden Rapid. First. Staple' fork upper bit In oneear L. OVERSTREET. Clerk. 14-4t Miss Eelah Brightwell secretaryfor time and land. If a seed fails to
In the branded
sharp split other the food which would oth. -
State of Michigan and William O. Kenney southwestern district and the germinate

: one of the defendants therein nam- T Second.over A. Swallow fork under half Im Circuit Cecil fee n.- Seventh Judicial Congregational society of West Tampa erwise have gone to the plant will be'

.Cj i': I OpenJYear'Round,>> i ed Florida.Is a and non-realdent la a resident of the of State lans1ng.State of. the flour other de Us branded In one ear.fleur upper de Us square over H.In ..t1r For o' the Oscela.State C.*f.Flerid.i Bty.MTATUTOKY , has returned from a fine vacationin lost either by leaching or to a weed.

--. .. of Michigan each over the agoof ACTIONThe Atlanta. Says she gained eight The only in which to be sure ..
Third. Swallow fork upper ana un- way
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ordered twenty-one that said years non-residents; It Is therefore be and der bit In one ear. sharp swallow fork Petltlosi pounds and enjoys strenuous work that seeds will grow is to make .
T i In the other branded E C. of ADOPTION Of CHILDItayferd
now. tests of their in
required to to the vitality some way. A
hereby appear
are Mel....!!..
And all other cattle belonging, to
: bill of complaint flied In said cause on said estate of whatever mark and -Ados>tlB .f Robert Mathcw Evaaui.Netle V In the temperance meeting led by great deal of work has been done on
: or before Monday the tOth day of September Miss Maude Clarke for West Palm but
When brand. e f Ade.Ua> corn germination tests, very little -
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you ? A.of D.said Itlf.bill otherwise will be taken the allegations aloont..ed ALSO. ONE BLACK MARE. appraised' T* All When It May V.mtrmt Beach Endeavorers, one part Of her attention has been paid to tests
Be It known that on the 14th day of
at 176.00. ,
said defendanta. interesting was Endeavorers of smaller simple
program and seeds A
by garden
The paid stock of cattle will te soldas September. A. D. 116. I shall apply to
4 ; It.Is further ordered that this order a whole to the highest and best the Honorable James W. Perkins, coming to the platform two at a tim. test for such" seeds as tomato

?* BREAD: be published weeks once In a the week Valley for four Oacette.a consecutive . bidder IDubJch: to the approval and COn- Judge of the Circuit Court for theSeventh and holding ribbons showing the baAhabits i and turnip is recommended by C. K. V V V
Judicial Circuit of th. Stats of '
Court god ones and spent for for the Uni-
newspaper published la said Countf TERMS OF SALE Florida for the legalization of the money McQuarrie, state agent .
and State. Dollars Cash, at the Adoption of Robert Mathew Evans, a each in this country. First was whiskey versltw of Florida Extension' Divis.

.s : Aslk t ru.e'BEST;) ) (CU ThisIfth Ct. Seal)day J.ot L.August OVERSTRKBT.1118. tll'f::aale.: and the balance In two chllu. now residing la Klsslmsaee City. black ribbon four yards long and ion. He suggests that the seeds be
; ; annual payments, with Interest, secured Osceola County Florida. galJ ribbon
.. VV Clerk Circuit Cou..t.'ST lith D. ending with foreign missions, placed on a hot stove. The viable
Dated A.
,' : chattel of this day of August.
by notes or mortgages '
: -# fr V . ) JJDCES It JOHNSTON the cattle aold. 191$. 'I a bit over an inch long and Miss ones will pop and jump. The, dead. .

.W.-.alt. E.eriCrocerMDaIt Deputy Clerk. The right reserved to reject any and RATFORD MCLAUGHLIN. Clarke adds: "Only'it did not two to will burn"without popping. "
: ; .. KRIBBS 4k : >. ,Johnston ft Garrett -
I '.... all the bids If not satisfactory. hold up"foreign missions.
for Complainant354t Il-Ct Very small seeds such as lettuce
. Solicitors EDGAR D. HOOAV. Counsel for Petitioner. .
;;c. w f in.'r V 7th .Jacksonville union
V Executor for the Estate. 'August' .the celery and tobacco do not jump but, '

V .0'1' K. BAKERYFresh 1st Clrcedt;, Ceiart. S.v.a4kJ.dieial. CI" KRIBBS! & STEED VV lar' dnwlt Court f.r. 4 he .ev.a.h ,Ja>- met in the First:Christian church, they wiggle'01", move 'in such a way- .
.: : .a1Io' Oa-.lai O*.atyrer F&.r4d. Attorneys for the Estate. H-lt '
,, eTlelxl. Clremlt f the .State .t Fl. writes its president Mr. J..' W. Clan. that by a little practice one can'tell -
; ..., !. and f.r Oarrla O*.aty
V '. B.ll efc, Receiver .f IyajaHaivrai NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX iTt CHANCBRV don. About forty present even though those which are, .U... By counting

.. ........Beak... a%,least Ce-aayaay... ., Cesa-, DICED UNDER SECTION ST4 AND. Mary If. Has, Widow s a G_...... e f it rained at time to start to the serviced -I the seeds-which are put on.the

""i'c vs.V K-re V *f MertcaaVllllaaa V ;*. I 6TS GENKllAt,, STATUTKS OJC Ella Ilaaa, LeRoy B.... Ciia4en Baasi : .W. had a business session first and. by i noting.those'which i move .be*
: : THIS STATE Of and Kl. Hell Baaa, minor ... f '
: FLORIDA ra ss and
In'th.'f rm..of talks;
V WhiCh' fore' th.Vyia.bility ,
.\ II. Beyee llbada C. JIeye. Walter Baaa, .r.. .---. Ce>aas lailswt was burning, one can ftrrare -
\; 'r. Jl..p.ndents.V Notloe la hereby flven- that A. F. .. question on the Look-out and prayer 1 percentage- thewhole 'bulk V ;
It appearingby affidavit of W. B. Da... purchaser of Tax CertiflcatNo.. ..... FORBCLOSURB SUIT meeting committee! ; then a report' from which the sample was taken.
Crawford of Counsel for
to the Bill filed Complainantappended In above 206. da.ed 3rd day of July. A. D. 1911 hoary .T. Bass, ..d Celia ...... klaWire about the convention in Chicago' by .
and No. SS8 and U9. dated 7th day of sad Mary N. B..., wUevr. Ite-
Water stated cause, that William H. Boyce . ..... State President D. B. Curry. There
: Salt, July. A. D. 1911. haa filed said Tax Certificates .d.
and Rhoda C. the .
: Boyce Respondents In my office and has made application NOTICE OP MASTER'S SALE] was a short musical and literary pro- GEORGIANS TESTIFY
therein named, non-residents of
{: : 'k' L I are for tax deed to Issue In accordance Ta All W._ It May C.._rmtBe and then refreshments were
the State of ,
Florida and both residents grom
; are
with law. Said certlflcateaembrace It known that notice la hereby
.1. .V' of Washington D. C.; that they served in the banquet hall in the basement
: :;;! the following, described land Rivenby the underalarned aa Special 10 MAYR'S REMEDY
V are over the age of twenty-one yean situated In Osceola County State of Master In Chancery hereinbefore appointed of the church. Mr. Clandon
t6 V and that there la no one wlthjn the Florida, to-wlt: In this cause, that, during; the
adds: "Everyone present expressed
i 1 state of Florida the service of subpoena Certificate No. 206. Lot Sixty-four. (64) legal hours of isle. on the 4th day .of Live Redeemed and Fortune in
r'1' AT 503 BROADWAY upon whom would bind said respondents their satisfaction of the evening. Is .
: : of the Setntnole Land A lnveptmentCotn- October A. D. 1916 being a rule day of ,
It la therefore ordered that thi.' nice item Health Ar. Recovered.
pany's Subdivision of Section (20), this Court. I will expose for cab to not a news
V said Respondents William H. Boyce Township Twenty-six (2.) South. the highest bidder for caah the following "Thirty-four 'years of Christian En-
and Rhoda C. be and
Boyce they hereby
: IcPiONE5O\: are required to appear to the Bill- Range 18S. Lot Thirty Fifteen(SO) (16)East;and Certificate CertificateNo. No. The East described half of premises Lot Three: and all deavor" printed in large type In the Most of the problems of health originate . ,,'

of Complaint Sled in said cause-on orbefore 889. Lot Sixteen ((18) of the Semi- of Lot Four and the East half of Lot Miami Herald looked good when it in the stomach. Most of these
MondAY. the 4th day of October nole Land & Investment Company's Six of BloCk Five of S. A. Robinson's the title for address by
1.11. otherwise the allegations of said was an given ailments can be cured. Thousands of I
: IR
; Subdivision of Section
(19) Township Addition to the Town of KissimmeoCity.
. BBINS Bill will be taken as confessed by said Twenty-six (2() South R..naThirty Said lands being In Oaceola Miss Anna J. Gunn district president, people right in the state of Georgiaare

4 ,It .. ':...1,' - ; Respondents. (SO) Eaat. The said land being assessed County, Florida.. at the Presbyterian chutch of Miami.; needlessly. suffering from stomach V
., .... ,,.....,."'"', It I. further ordered that this order at the date of laauance of certlnoateaIn The place of sale shall be the CourtHouse Mr. Manly. Robinson, formerly active troubles, while thousands of others

.'.1.1. ,r. ".,..,.;.,;. m* .. b.seoutlve published weeks once In a the week Valley for Qaaette.four con-a certificates the name shall of redeemed Unless according said- .Door Florida.In Kisslmmee, O.ceolaCounty. in Jacksonville work took parton have foundhealth, by: the use of Mayr'sWonderful V

' r, <- weekly' newspaper published In aaldCounty to law, tax deed will Issue thereonon Dated this 26th day of August A. the evening's program. Wise are Remedy. The first dose of -
tif: : if i.- 1 and State.Seal the Z'lth day et September A. D. D. 116. Endeavorers who thus know how to this remarkable remedy it proof.

''t$$'' GalvanizedV ( ) J. Clerk L. OVERSTREET.Circuit Court 116.Witness -JOHN 8. CADEL.A. put their new-comers right into "har Here are the words of two Georgianswho
-JIi. ; my hand and official seal 1 Special Master In Chancery haVe used it
>> '-' .Dated this August 11th 1915. this the Uth day of August A. D. 1915 JOHNSTON & GARRETT. ness, as do these friends in Southeastern
V: porrugated Vans Agnew & Crawford (Ct. Ct. Seal) J. L. OVER8TREET- As Counsel;: for Complainant 17-lt district. B. DUNCAN 136 W. Peachtree St.V ..
'J Solicitors, r Complainant. St-U Clerk Circuit Court OsceolaISSt The next C. E topic I. "FrivolityIts Atlanta Ga---*'! took one bottle of

.. 011' County Florida. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and it did
and Flat NOTICE! APPLICATION FOItTAX ; Dangers and Remedies. A wise V V
, V DICED UNDER 8KVTION 474 AND The Pessimist from the Clu I.tian Endeavor me so much rood I must continue the V
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONSerial In the chill and "
47* OKNKHAL STATUTKH Oar A dog sat midnight treatment

;- i .' Sheetsi TUB STATE OK IlLOH IDA IV.. O1O7O3 howled at the beaming moon; his World is-"The best of good times effort are of SALISTA THOMAS. 55 La France '
'" those which requires no
.\ .'' . Notice ls hereby given that William DntartsMCBt .f lbs Inter**, U. s. Lend knowledge: of music was.strictl, out Christ St. Atlanta, Ga.-"I' have taken your .
the to think of as
'f Jehnson purchaser of Tax Certificate Otaee at Ualaieavlllc Florida, Aug. of tune. And he howled as the hours imagination remedy for five weeks. I feel like I

/i 1 f ,IAadVFonnsof! Metal No. 1(1, dated the 7th day of July A. 31. 1519.Notice went by while dodging the bricks that joining with uaPWork Hardly known my strength-my app..4 t
D. 191*. has filed said, certificate In is.on the grade in Tavares.
: my threw still the low in up cite is fine" 3
Is that Allen C moon was
.. hereby given ; we .
VV office and hat
) :}E \ ; ::- .Robflngb'\ ;r Tax Deed to'Issue made la accordance application with for Gannon. of Lokoaee Florida who. On the .western sky, and hi. voice 'was The Eustls Lake Region tells of a recent .Kay '. 'Wonderful Remedy ,give.< '

: ;' ))1 / v ,; S' 1 .." law. Said'certificate embraces the following May 14, Itll made Homestead :Katry.No. split in two. And there wasnt a thingat meeting, as usual on Wednesday: perman.nt- results for stomach, liver
for of Section
\ VV .. described property situated' In Z8. Township 010701. It NWH South NBVt." Bast which to howl over which a pup evening led .by the ex-state Junior and intestinal,ailments Eat much 7
; 'ALL' 'SIZE8"AND; : Osceola County. Florida, to-wlti! !r.J4 ; superintendent Miss Cora Feet Afterwards .
i l. : GAU9ES 'Lots Thirteen (12)and Fourteen ' Tallahassee Meridian has should weep' and the ,course of tho dog and whatever :you like. No more di

\ .; ,,*;!i PROMPT,. ELVERX.; of Block One Hundred and nine (109) of to Intention establish to claim I make to Three-year the land proof abovedescribed. was wrong.nd -foul for people were at the Burlelgh home a busi tressafter, et. pressure a '-

1'1 ., : of the Town of St. Cloud according to wild to sleep. V' ness'meeting was held followed by a the. lund .'
before ,
Register and Receiverat I
\ V \; ,fretbJrxeetan4tosIcornpI.t.atock : the recorded Plat theroj. social'hour of games and music with bottU,of ) V
.: ; The said land belna assessed! at the Oalnesvtlle. Florida, on the 7thday There ate ple1tY'; of men like that I Get' your
", (: t'florIda.V ., date Of Issuance of such certificate In of Claimani October 1111. blamed" .fool hound who yell 'when light refreshment' served. We have And try it on an absolute) guarantee-
,*. .' .' . I the name of Unknown. Unless said names as witnesses: I bad many good times in Tavares and if not satisfied money will'teparatoV .
there' nothing wrong. disturbing thecountry' )' b
a. W Fertle of Lolcosee.v Florida.
.;' ': .Fl fl4a Metal f Products ,Co, said certificate shall redeemed aoeordlng H. E., WUU..Loko.., ..,' Florida: with senseless sound-the pes: the home) of the'eeeretary. Miss Eliza V a '
l to law, tax deed will Issue skirt has
and would like to have
.1.'E.' Young. Lok ..... Florida hoUr Burleighv
simist's doleful BongExcha.n d.nlop
,,.r iSWO;_ EVERGREEN : :AVENUK !: A.thereon D. UII.on the. llth day' of September. VV V J. B.. Owens.- kbI: I "a. been able to enjoy: this one of August and"now .may. be Men' made (

i : fj Si. 3ACK3ON7ILLFLOR1DA1,; : : -Wltae..r.h..nd. and offlelalseal st ...It ROBERT Rsglster.Zn ., She Saw the'Letter also. . V five #to V twenty-four; gores.
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L ). thIs the Uthday.of
\-i./i i.ISaslPiv. V . Thousand* have been praying daIlyforDr.
| .August.-A.' I>. im. Wife:-"George, I want. to see that ,
.?.*. J. U OVERSTREET. drmlt C..rt. 0CT
I (Ct. Ct.VB.a1)V V Clerk Circuit Court. ea1" C.mmtr .f.Oavla tat* stateV Husband:- *What-letter dear?" aa If .we are to have him>,with. us in. FLORIDAVA7UVAL now to be aura i -

Grorer ..4t V Oaceole. County, Florid .f............. wire::-'Tbat one you Just opened.I Christian Endeavor; still longer.Interlatfien that you win get one. The Annual will V
Ask. Your .. be booklet .
,, *ROTICH OV J>1II11'fI'TIU'TOU' .' VAI.TDATION' --o- *' BONDS .know by tho handwriting I..from ,. Aug.:: 23 A.1916 IDA a cmpr..n.I..Ulu.t..ted more pages, ., It will ". -

"lulFe* Sisal V Dlaeharare.):' Ci r' .f Kla.4iBaae.. Fieri**.. a M..!....' a woman and you turned pale when V Grace V Tpwnsend. cover i Nassau. liuvaK Clay 8L JohnsV
til" Cewri ef, C.t,., ...*.., I'.'a'..\ ef .a_al v........... you read_it. Hand it here., sir!" Financial Scare. Putnam,, Oaceola.Voluslsf st."Semlnole Palm, Oranre.,4Brevard Beach J V V

: 'IareE.taf..Iere... *. .t, V *-,j'.vsieewla. -.Ceewty., .VVWilterBa.s..Sr State. -.r 11'5.......'. V .Husband'.'Here It is_. .dears' :It isfrom _u?"Ohdoct, r;* I'm? so glad you''W.'Just. Dad.and. MGnro.uaUe..Lllcl. 1\.1\ tellthe :' V

CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES ,V.V .... . :,To-' :the NOTICE Taxpayer TO snow and.CltlHena CAVSU of the. ; _yOUdreS$1fldkr.! ; .VV:,. _. : had .uch. scare. We kind c 1., unt7. facilities. fr
elotlce Is all whom .
hereby srlven. t.
will aleo
first that the had
of thought rat : baby rG..d. I.
City Klsslmmeev In theCounty' of ; '
It the .
may on twelfth day afforded of hotelsand
of .GGne.rt: D.,. Itlt I shall apply Qaceola-and j Htata of Florida \ ; i "). ". swallowed*; |5 gold piece.."',''I'And you mush sports.valuable' for, ,
: You-mrt hereby BOtlfl.,d and requiredto .8 ." .f
No. oe '
te the I. T.' Murphy. Jadgeof found out !that he hadnttI"Yes.; winter .Id.nt.t ...<
said PrebateJ ihow'-eauseit.eay .you have. before .
Court aa Judge, of for '.: and townspcople.V
lay dlacharre Administrator' of the hi. Honor. Jamea W., Perkins, at Thank goodnessit's ,onlyquarter.: ., Send your order anc' Ii'cents in V
.....t. 41" Walter Baas, ...,, deeeaaed his office In JH.; ..... .. Flortde.on<< September 'This Is a pretcrlpU'o* prepared wpadafly stamps to- each
and that at the earn time I will pr.. llth.: 1915' a.t'1-.fO ,P.'Mwhy lor MALARIA CHILLS & rCVCR. ...lAst; .Strayed... $2.50 41..011 special COP7'la..r
the bonds in the Above mentioned V '
to said ae
leaf Court my flnal accountSMlnlstrator quantIties ,Tbe AnnuaJ will be
of ptld eatate and ask tlon should aot b.nvs.lidatedand eon Five or six doses willIE any case, ..*| ,Freeman- I saw r.o comjng out'of about 1. 1111. Orders reoelv.ed V
Bist Test ? . V ; ........! according ,to the BttuteiV3fl If take* the as a bale the Fever will MMteeanvi. thurch Sunday.' .C": '. NG..m"'l carefully filled aa soon
by .Every :: rirsnrti.3-.. '. such caaer'made and provided.--' : ; it acts osi tbe ktor fcsMst,theac.IOIM&Sa4 Miss' Doxee -You'.must' UTe'-COno .the'Annual I. ready for the ma41a.
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.. q r day:. from '.' 10n<<' ..stay,'.la 'Californiawith i ti .. ., i o.. : .o.. o. eon.KM 'I. *,' r.
.relative and friends- Mr.',Miel-I r *. ** *
:' .
maker'went to New < -Ien..' to ,meet SLAKE 'HAMILTONPOLK '1 4O" 0 '' 'HURM. tik crrrMri 1. 'O P'"Cloud Departmentrr her and returned with her. .:Mrs.,Mel- COUNTY 0 .4.5. 0

maker has not"bean in tha best of ._ o'o" n. . ,. 0)" "Ot, :+ "4ff

j> health but her.many:.frlendabop;' for ;... ..OOOU.: u'--ooooooo..t : and 'loin: James Lanler enter'
" '" *"** *" *"''*"* % ;
her speedy: recovery. ,. tamed at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs..
.Notes of the "Wonder City' From Owfl I L. and ,wife and Even the;roosters In. ]JAb Hamiltonare
Newa.and: Our; >: S. -Clausen daughter boosters. There are'.lIeVoral Burr and family, Mrs. .Stephen"Acre.

:Jt Special CorrespondentVft Kate and rang Charles, and! Chrlest rosters of the brown bontum young Ruth. '
; leghorn '
aE ;L famyyj: spent Monday picnickingat School commenced! Monday' in' the "
{... .Y _. __ u__" ___ __ ? Runnymedex They had<1 p delight breed that regularly crow "Lake Hamilton '' Pleasant Hill district.,
i i i I Lake "
.Hamilton and
so plainly
: Capt J. Tarris was"a'Xisslnunae: folks, but 'the big folWs seemed to like Miss-Elsie day. .feathers' is that ,a nis0er of. the people have Miss Martha. Acre was a, week-end. STRENGTH OfGIBRALTAR
having *
a va-
v guest :of Mr. James Bronaon.
visitor Thursday last. them equally well. noticed it and commented it.
upon ,
cat this week and who trade
1 Colvin Parker left Thursday J last to ,There waa a ball game both before along n New' York avenue many will.miss her I They have cause to crow,, as they: live .Mrs. Ike ,Lanler was' ,a" caller, 'at ,
'visit"bis uncle,Lewis ,Colvin; at Or andafter, dinner. But before dinner i in Lake Hamilton, on the top of,the Campbell Sunday.

lando.. ;" we were too 'busy.anticipating: get: pleasant'smiles.,W. H. Millson In ridge and the best part,of Florida. Misses Martha,,, Ruth Zelle 'and
((>. f Mr. and-Mrs.: :Games, of Pekin, lad:, enthused and 'after'dinnerwe were Klssimmee attending spent to buslnessi Monday Mr. and Mrs. J...D. Clark and family Leuixe Acre were ,callers at ,W. C,'

arrived hereMast Wednesday, eveningand : too fulL. ,But It was a good game: and bliss ..Nina Dutton, who has been" of Waverly'spenttSuadayat'the II. Sensiba's Sunday evening and fri.,

: have purchased property on Mary the boys, did' their' beat. We believe .for a little trip returned Mon R. Mosnat home __ Senslba entertained. them with phono.:
land avenue and Twelfth street. They the Yoke 'Fellow won the game. away 'William Hosmer'has sold his general graph,music.. : < . i H
day evening
1{expect,.to make this their.home.. After .dinner the "old Bwimmfn' I Mr. and Mrs.. O'Berry and daughter, Mr.. 'Nealy, and rented his Mr. Dickerson has, his' bungalow.. ,

_.\tt Mrs. ,C. H. Marsh.of Peghorn, wa hole" down in the canal was alive with I Marie, accompanied by Mrs. Lydia store rooms and residence to him, to under' construction.:. '. ,E.'G.' VANS 'AGNEW,,,Aft,
..1/- ;1' a visitor. at KJssimmee. On Thursday young.Americana and the catfish had : Mosher and Mrs. S. B. Aultman came take effect September 1st. Mr. Hosmerand The-Pleasant Hill teacher"' 'Is. boarding 'r'Va11eyGaxetle :
over 'Berry's auto ___
Kisslmmee of swimmin hole: The I Winter' b- -, ( '"
i Mrs;J. P.) Woodbeck out the boys Haven for the present. '
from Ktssimmee. -
They the afternoon
I was a visitor at St. Cloud on Tuesday. were, having a great time when the I in St. spent Messrs. Geiley, Richard, Weston and .

I '. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilcox left on Golden Rule girls came and told them I friends, among Clouds whom
"Tuesday morning: for Indianapolis, they would have to come out and play Josh Ferguson,' who returned a few .camping and fishing trip. : :
I Ind. > ball and they 'did.' Mr. Wisand wUl north shortly
days from a summer in Kentucky. I go
;"" , .-. A letter to Miss Mitty May from I There was something to drink there ..Rev.ago Ball will hold services at the and bring back, an auto, which he will DON'T STAY, BILIOUS CONSTIPATED"Dodsoo's \
q\' Miss Lizzie Murray, who is in Missouri : also. 'A big: barrel of water with a Episcopal<<: Guild Hall on the second drive back. lie will be gone about l .
Si' says she is very anxious to get block of ice in it, and it was well 1n sixty days. .
Sunday September at 3 m. 1 .
p. .. .
i back to St. Cloud. Miss Murray has : patronized( too. Mrs. Frank Gilbert and the Presbyterian The Bible class had a very interesting r' '

'bbeen. away all summer. L., C. Rlddlei There were three ministers Revs.. ladies tendered a surprise opening meeting at the home of Lher Tom" Win Cleii: Your .Your 'dragfftsi 'or'''dealer 'aetla jon i

who is recovering from a Kenney, Santee and Northrop present; shower to Miss Rena Fowler on her Rev. Clem Wednesday evening. Mrs.J. 50 cent' bottle:of Dodsoa's Liver or-
fit of fever is proudly exhibiting: a beautiful and the commander of the Departmentof birthday, which was last Monday. The E. Mosnat of Belle Plalne,. Iowa, Sluggish lira Better Thai Calomel) under wy personal guaraatea that It ::.:-
, '.f watch charm ,which'is Florida G. A. R. Bullard. There account of her visit to the '
a present
; party was given in the afternoon at gave an will elean your sluggish, liver better than ,
: CM
'' L:*' from Miss Murray. Miss Murray has were folkg in buggies: wagons, autos the residence of Rev. W, L. Hackett. Passion Play at Oberamagju, Bavaria, lid Mot Stllnk J nasty, mlomet];, it ,wont I .J
\ many friends here who will be glad: and afoot. There were acres of freshly Miss in 1910. There was also an excellent and tat wear
There were quite a number of Calomel makes you'tick) yon lose a you man u1t.hIDc.7O'I ,
to see her again. mowed pasture land to play on and Fowler' friends present and a choice musical program. day's work., Calomel quicksilver end without beiag salivated., Your druggist
f James Tyson was in town Wednesday boats to ride on the lake. Rev. Clem closed the revival meet- it calomel liver.If wilt star
.1' lot of presents were received. salivates t Injures your guarantee that eaeh spoonful
from Narcoossee and say, the You just couldn't help but enjoy ing here and went to spend a week in bilious feel ,
Tis hoped that Miss Fowler will you are lacy, aluggib liver, clean bowel-' and
your :your
orange and grapefruit will be better yourself and we did, and we also hope have many more birthday celebrationsand Loughman and from there he will go and .U knocked out, if :your-bowel. are straighten\ you. up by, morning 'or'you' '.r
and thinks prices will be better this there'll be another one soon. to Bushnell. I constipated and Lead aches, or .
that each will be happier than the your back.
:. year than ever before. J. N. Dickson, of Lokossee, Fla., has one before it. I The Board of Trade is having regular :-! stomach Is sour Iud take. a spoonful of get take your Dodsoa's money Tone- Children because gladly ii. la ,
Liver .
; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edwards who just returned from a ,trip through Illinois Mrs. Ed Ely climbed to the steering sessions every Saturday evening. harmless Dodson* Liver Tone insteadof '

y f: have been spending: the summer at Tennessee and Louisiana visit wheel of her Overland up on Tuesday I Work of great importance is I being; : using sickening salivating calomeL pleasant:' tasting, and 'doesa't''grlj, ', '>ej >ortramp ., -

Durand, Mich., are expected back this ing friends asd relatives. He will remain last and Mrs. P. E. Mor- transacted. Dodson' Liver Tone is real Over medi 01' make them,aide. ,

I' week. here a few days before returning Mrs.gathered Charles up Ryan and Mrs. Mr*. Van de Cryssen is again seriously cine. You'll know it next morning be.cause I 8.11I'' selling millions, of bottle&\of.

\ G. C. Buckley, of Narcoossee, was to his homestead below Whittier. He gan Marine and went to Orlando for aday's ill.Messrs.. you will wake up feeling fine, Dodson' Liver Tone to.people who kava ....'.

I f'':'i.1 in our city Tuesday looking: over his will be in St. Cloud again in time to outing. They returned in the ; Leon Lou Wilson Mosnat your liver will be working, your head- found that tni* pleasant regetaUe liver
I ache, and dizziness stomach nedlelne'' take the ,of
interests here- go with the boys to tileenoampmeatof gone your plaee dangerous
:.i. Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman, of Kissim- the G. A. R. at Washington D. C. 1 e'llentnanI'. at 'o1eeabol1t"'the.blr and Judge Scott, of Dixon, 111, the will. b* sweet and bowels"reirulaf7' -'You ..lomel,r Buy ooe'WtJe-OII'rD11.:' sotfad;, w
time l Had.UNION
they former three residents here in
: were will feel. like You U be eneer-
,. mee, was the guest for a few days this Miss Almeda Arorwsmith returned reliable guaraatea;: Ask TOUT: druggist,
Winter Haven Thursday consulting
week of Mrs. J. K. Conn. home after . .. .. full full of energy, rigor and ambition.
111 Tuesday evening: spendinga I .. ....... . with Mr. L. Burns, regarding the abou'0 2
Mrs. Dale and daughter, Mis...Lillie few at Jacksonville. + ,
, days I Twenty Lakes Boat Course Club, for ___ _ ______ ___ ,
\ Susie Prather of Kis- 0 CENTERO"OO"'O'O'OOOOOO"'O'OO H
",," Dalee, and Mrs. Mike Peterson is able to be out I '
the of the present "ii
l+ simmee, were the guests on Tuesday after a slight illness. 0 purpose including iI
I' of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Low on New Mrs. C. W. Morsman went to Orlando i canal Sara In from this Lake system Hamilton of; lake Excellent tJ:" : """"""v" :n::::, :'I"' .W)::::"n', :""::::::;ij: .. '

i' York avenuee. Friday last with Mr. and Mrs. '
a C D. G. Perry was a caller at Kissim- Warner and spent the day with Mr. Bessie and Blanche Lawson and progress was made in this --a'

mee on Thursday night. and Mrs. George Thrasher. Aaron Story visited Mr. and Mrs. matter. r ,
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!.tit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ely motored to Or- R. G. Widrig and wife returned Sat- Funk Wednesday evening. -.If
frocks made with
? Dainty are surplice
Ruth Harvey was the guest of Mrs.
' '" lando on Thursday last. urday from a vacation of ten weeks in
bodice, the surplice being out-
Mr. and Mrs. Mauk, who have recently New York state. Mr. Widrig broughthis Longenecker Tuesday BATTLE AHEAD '
} lined with a line of wee blue flowers.
Mrs. A. D. Story was taken to the ,
.1 arrived in St. Cloud coming: brother. George, with him and we ,
; from Vicksburg, Miss, where Mr. hope to add him to St. Cloud's perma- McEwan hospital at Orlando Tues- '<',1<; -
Mauk owned a river boat and made nent resident list. day and was operated upon the follow- ''H0 'O.t O'OO 00 .0000. .... "

t his home on the river, are overjoyed Mrs. Burt Baxter returned Sunday ing morning. Her numerous friend The great arm e. ,of. the ,warring ..s" lot '.:
to find such St. Cloud. The from of several weeks will be glad to know that she is get- '. ,
: a place a. night a vacation nations of Europe) conserve.their. am*_ I .
Mauks are going to make their home with her brother in Richmond, ting along: nicely. r '
C.W.GRiFFINStaple munition for the battle ahead. Money,, "
i" Jack attended at '' .
here so they wil be with their relatives Hughey services 1 ;
t who have been living here for Va.Mrs.. F C. Knapp returned from a East Lake Sunday afternoon. saved i i. the armor fo 'tha,battle of .. 1'

four years. summer spent in Connecticut. She is Mr. -E. G. Kemp, of Tampa, spent life. Are you preparing ,:';., '
back to St. Cloud. Mrs. the week-end at the G. B. Lawson and FaDCYGRO'CERIES ,..
'i: Mrs. Osborn, who came from Ohio glad to get ,,, --4
,\ owned handsome home home. : 'JP!
four years ago is the mother of Mrs. Knapp a very :1"
J. E. Harvey came in from the east accountaM ;
-h Mauk, and it was Mr. and Mrs. Os- here which she sold a few months ago. This bank invites! 'you? ;
coast Saturday night to visit relatives ,
born who induced the Mauks to O. L. Bockmaster, the newly elect- *"*"'"""7"
come. -
,:.., Superintendent of Streets Farm has ed superintendent of sanitation, returned and friends for a few days.F. and pays.4.ontame. < ...,:.-.. < '- ., "J.'r---t... !:::
H. Lawson, of Kiasimmee, was
> 43' :'k .nee much commendable work since home Saturday after a vacation the of his brother G. U. Law- Free all Partsof .... "
'. 11.iJ'f..' .lection. It is hoped that before of several weeks in St. Louis. guest Delivery to I .iJ

.. ...I tourist! season opens every side- His family has not yet.returned. so" and family, Sunday. the City
walk will be kept clear of weeds and Mrs. John DeGiaw returned to St. Evelyn Smith spent a few days in I IOOOO .

low branches of shade trees under his Cloud Friday last She has been away Orlando last week. .: :\1
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson entertainedthe
supervision. for quite a while. [ l ;
Miss Bess Gross left Friday for her following guests at dinner Sun- d4
I. N. Chase writes from Day- '
Capt. ,
t.",...* ton, N. M., saying he leaves there home In Pittsburg!, Pa. Miss..Grosz day: E. G. Kemp, Ben Barber, Joe <-H U to 0 0" 000'0 to"0 0.0.0' : ...... ...
Law- :
Harvey Rosier Lawson, F. H.
September 7th for St. Cloud. He is came here last winter to visit some SUPERIOR SERVICE *'COURTEpUSTREATMEMT .,. "itl"
I i and she found son, Ruth Harvey, and Evelyn Smith M. TILLER
: coming to stay. ,relatives thingsso : : :' I
Delicious ice and cake
cream was serv-
.. Mr. and Mr*. Alfred Clemens, who pleasant that she stayed on throughthe
ed during the day by the hostess. A ... f ..
the with summer. She made many friends ,,,'
have been spending sumyier Real Estate: Agency ,
fine time by tnose
for' she the life of the crowd pres-
t 'friends at Orville and Cauton, Ohio was Miss Gross ................-...-.....-- DIRECTORS(
and gladto wherever shewent., saysshe ent.A. '
arrived here last Friday are '
get the sunny South: ,..ilI. 'no:doubt, came back.. Two D. Story and son, Aaron, visited ..Realty bought and okL: ARTHUR E.: DONEGAN 'JOHN R. BR0NSONP. '
Mrs: at the last
Story hospital Suns
tDkl you go to the Methodist Sunday friends accompanied' her to Sanford. day. t ... :House rented ."' W. HILL J. K. HI1U VRD_ :A. w.GUMUSNAtWFJE'S '

/ picnic T ,Yes So .did we" And A.'Starritt, of New"Yok'clty, man Don't.forget the aI1-dny'service at . Taxe paid'and Title verified '4 41
1!.\\o' -we sure enjoyed it,' too. There were ager of, the .United States agency'.of church. next ' '. '
the ,
all kinds all kinds of good Raffloer,'Erbsloh & Ctr.,. manufacturers nndaytWar jion-reiidenU. '. 'p
things to eat, but we kept our eye of rope and binder ,twine, is in News. Fire 'Life and Accident In-':I .

the fried chicken, for St. Cloud this week. The is "
u especially on company "What is the latest war news? "A surance.

.g 1 the Methodists are noted for fried a large one and its headquarters is victory has been Claimed, denied, established Indemnity Bond ,
-.- ; chicken and Brother Northrop seemed in Matanzas, Cuba, where they grow refuted, and said to be unimportant IT

}r?'' to us to be watching the mistaken the fiber for their;,.rope and twine. at the most." 00.0000.000000000.000000. .
also. We may have been Mr. Starr!.; is a most affable gentleman ,
but that was the way it looked to us. and became well acquainted with - ___ 'H __ _, _ __ L BUILDE 'j"
There was a great crowd present. St. Cloud people while he dipped out ai

i Brother Northrop said he thought free limeade at his St. Cloud agency ...

.{ :* there last were twice as many as attended in Edwards do: Durham's store Satur- $80 to CALIFORNIABOTH Blowers,Ground Limestone make'\'*'' 'acid'J'sails! A" .

year. day. 4
sweet. It releases
I potash salts and'imparts
There was a long table spread under -
F. H. Bruns, who is largely interested -
: the shade of giant trees and in Runnymede and Narcoossee EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONG LIMIT strength and vigor to growing crop and trees. r
4 gi Brother Santee returned thanks for brought in a big auto truck loaded For tickets, reservations, descriptive literature, and Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine IBLQWERSGROUND
the bountiful spread and Brother Nor- with the finest pineapples last Saturday readily mixes with the soil. Contains no impurities
I full Information 'phone wire or write to
rVSI said "come closer, and we ,
throp up To gaze on a lot of pineappleslike --can be applied at an,1'ltim.u't'I! : !

! 4 *, did.That I these would make any one hungry. H. C. BRETNEY Florida Passenger Agent inexpensive. Write for literature and prices. LI M ESTO '
was the first Methodist Sunday ', The soil In this section is especially, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD ) "

Ifs school picnic we have attended adapted to growing fipe pineapples, 134 West Street Bell Phone 167) Jacksonville Fla. Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co/ a., NE "' '
here but it won't be the last. here. I Bal ( Box K 308
i :we hope and they are very plentiful et U* Plan our Taur and Arrant': Detail Ocala,,
at r There were swings for the little I Mrs. John Melmaker returned Fri- Florida'f t.

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,Our buyer, 'Mr. George;,Persons has just, xeturned. ,from the ''market, centers .of the:.East; 'and' we ;,havee. beenJusy i.

I: for .many days ,unpacking: hundreds! of ,zeal "bargains 'and, placing !D',0>i : our shelves: : : We ,are now; pre-'

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,In I BLACKS, WHITES and 'TANS. 9"8C. thatit is a shame to sell 'g' 8' THE PROBLEM OP OUT YOUR It

sizes and at such pnces-real $5 values
c ,;-t .A. full.assortment of. : YOUR CHILDREN AN ONE."' {

"+, f, e. styles. Saturday and Monday only will go Saturday and Monday at .,:.,., 0'

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sWhere Last your like dimes dollars THE DOLLAR LIMIT STORE: G. W.. Persons Co.Proprietors. *,' '*" t$

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to be strapped! at the ends, straps com I "A town is like a perambulator; it
GATHERS the box, contents of isn't much unless it is
t NATURALIST pletely encircling good pushed.

, box htlf-bushel; estimated weight ;i0! I Don't spend all your time telling I Want Ads. I City> Council will meet as a Fairplay Market
pounds. Carload minimum weight what you could do if you had some
Equalization (City assessment v5
FLA. WILD FLOWERS 12 Darlinfton Arenas
at i 80U packages. 40 per cent of standard time. for 1915)), beginning: Tuesday ;
box rate. Be like a hall player. The thing he September 6th, 7:30: m, and continu-
t ., The league refrains from making is always working for is home. the week p. until
FOR SALE-A flock of goats apply ing through or assessment Next to Oldest
to the popularity of Be of the leaders of the town,
.ARTHUR HAYCOCK. OV IWlfMIT.DA. : any prediction as one to A. E. Drought. 87-tf is completed.
.' Incite new containers' and in unikii:' j if you can; but anyway keep on. I Those to make
HERE WITH DAt'GIITERh wishing. complaintin Market in Town I
4f the ulK announcement, itis following If think can't laugh for .
ve you a cow LOST --On Orlando road near )jKissimniee regard to assessments will have the
.MAKING STUDY OF PLANT out its estublihheil custom of bulletining I joy, let somebody sell you a good silo. i city limits last Friday evening privilege of so doing on nights as

., JLIFE-FINDS HAKE SPECIMENS\ all changes in rates, rules Don't )be a grouch. Everybody in I August: 27th, a small brown grip. above stated. PHONE 245 .
-y' I' /,ALONG TIII: HANKS OK SHIN- and regulations on Florida perish this town wishes you well even the Contains letters with owners' name J. R. GILBERT.
OLE\ CREEK. ables. doctor.( Notify A. W. McKay, Orlando, Fla., 36-2t Clerk.
a ----------- Let's be
'ro not trying to slop something and receive reawrd. 37-1 tpdLOSTnold
| all of the time. Let's start
"r+ { .'. iuA-COllection of Florida wild flowers, I something. Crescent Stick Pin, set :1 EXAMINATIONThe .n
''f' ', which will be the first of its kind) | A good town will do more to )keep with three pearls and turquoise, between uniform Florida Teach-
VV known is being made by Arthur Hay- the l boys at home than good advice.A intersection Broadway and regular F
V examination will be held the
s D ;cock of Bermuda, who has been I town i is like a gill. It's wonderful I Biack streets and Tress' store. court house, Xissitnmee, Florida, at ,
: 'traveling through the state for the what a little fixIngup will do for her. Finder return to this offlce.--37-lt
'a 8:30 A. M. 1915.
I : on September 7th.
;past five months and is! now stopping -- | Opportunity knocks once at everyi FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-I have Ail I to
applicants required bring
+ + i Kissimmee. The collection is de'signod PLANT BOARD INSI'KCTOU BUSY i man's door; better be at home when 130-ac-re improved farm all in good their own paper,are pen and ink, together it

f'. for the Smithsonian Institute, WITH FARM! DEMONSTRATOR the lady calls. repair and one 90-acre farm, Im- with endorsement of good moral char-
'Washington: D. C. I' The world owes every man a living, proved; will exchange for property
THIS WEEK INSPECTING ALLOF acter and a fee of $1.00. All who desire -
-" Mr. Haycock states that so far he but the street corner is a poor collection in vicinity of Kissimmee or will sell. to take the Insurance'that Insures
examination please ;
f ha. obtained 280 species of wildflowers THE GROVES IN COUNTYFOR agency.Don't; Jacob Huffman Howard Ridge Missouri and receive blank form .
notify me a
and hopes to add materiallyto DEADLY DISEASE. I look for soft snaps; the hard 36-5tpd to be filled out.
{; this number. Some of the species snaps are the ones that have the ginger - - C E. YOWELL, Protection that Protects
y lie thinks will be most valuable, es- I i in them. FOR SALE-Banana. and pineapple 35-3t
-,' ipecially some wild orchids and other Inspector Daniels, of Lakeland rep- Don't spend so much time talkingwar plants. Shaker Colony St. Cloud Superintendent.
"f 'plants found in the Everglades. He resenting the State Plant Hoard is that you haven't time left to talk Ha. 3 .4tpd You I .
Whenever Need a Heists Tonic
here this week and in of business.If' .
also mentioned wild hybiscus found* company !
on' Shingle Creek in this county, as ""arm Demonstrator I!. E. Evans is yru would like to have somebody FOR SALE-Lot of'second-hand fuiniture Take QrovV' .
being_ the only specimen of its kind ni'uKin 'an inspection of all the grovesof working for you, put a little money in -beds, springs, dressers, The Old Standard Grore' Tasteleaachill
''he had ever seen. In talking he de'acrlbed : Osceola county in search of the the bank.It chairs, stoves etc. See J. E. Rush, Tonic is) equally valuable as a DAKIN AVENUE v ,
deadly citrus canker.So the to throw lit- city. !i8-tf General Tonic because it contains the
: it flow- improves soup a
s as a pretty bright-red
almoit with the cultivated far no evidences of citrus canker tle pepper into it. Same way with a I Iuaz..Ue well known tonic properties QUININB KISSIMMEE .:
; er identical! have been found and Demonstrator'! FOR SALE Small iron safe at the and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
He fins obtained twelve J
hybiscus. oat Malaria. Enriches the Blood and
''new specimen in this county six of Evans is positive that none will be I you spend all that you earn, some tf Builds the Whole System. 50 cents. FLORIDAtajLj.
C' ;:them being fonud along Shingle found. Mr. Evans went to Miami last other fellow is banking your money. I up
WILL TRADE close-in lot for horse
? Creek. year at the order of the county commissioners Many a young man goes away to '' -
1 Mr. Haycock ii I a former resident and made a thorough studyof seek his fortune when Fortune is and wagon or automobile and give' -
.of/Osceola' .county having settled in citrus canker so that he is fully seeking for him at home. or take difference. Box 247 City.

Narcoossee In the' eigthies, where he informed as to the disease and has Plaster your house and everybodywill 35-tf i
been keeping close watch for the disease follow Lath and
.Wl''owns an orange and tangerine your example. l''I
: I For several years he has been here. This precaution wts' taken the world laths with you.NOTICE FOR SALE-Four-room: cottage closein SCENES (
\}/",: 'located' in Bermuda. His daughter a so that. if the direase appeared he large lot, very -.-.ttractive at a
.' el1&rminafouna' woman Is traveling would be able to nip it at the start bargain. Small cash payment down _

,v ,\.;*with him and is engaged in the work and prevent! spreading or would take good lot as part payment ,
To Whom It Concern balance Hk- rent. Owner. Box
o' May :
of painting the dowers. She also 247 of home life the old
help her father in securing them. Mrs. Mary Bailey nee Reynolds boa City. 85-tf
*'ney-ame-to--Florida-In-Aprll+ to be- WEKIVA ASSOCIATION without cause or provocation left my
bed and board and I will thereforenot plantation float before
l; 'fin the collection and since that time FOR SALE-Five -
't' horse-power p.oline -
be for debt she
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s 'Ii...:been traveling over the state HOLDS MEETING HEREThe contract. engine and circular wood saw. mental vision when
r'"i i'Yiaitlnl"'.the cities.'of the,, East Coast may S. D. BAILEY. Address J. F. Niswonger, Kissim .your '

'. ''If'i:, .la.and, Mr..Haycock the.southern said section that,of,he peninsu-expected fifth Sunday meeting of the _Sept. 1, 1915. 37-2t; I mee. 25-3tpd drinking a f vciip' '-pf our'Pure .

to be'occupied with his"work aver Wekiva Baptist Association met with .. Clrrmtt.Ce.r< fer .... ....**.h Jadllal ; DWELLINGS for rent. apply, .. to,M. '. ,, .. .
V s\l'months yet- the Filet Baptist church of Kissim Circuit .f the state .f Klcrida. Tiller.. I 1 ,
: During<< hi. residence in B.rmuda'he J. cad F. 0..1. C.uty. i ': ) '"
mee last Friday night. The Introduc- -- STRAWBERRY PLAN'LS-.Send $2.60 ):: "f ; Coffee : "
4. ',.-d. a valuable collection of tory sermon was'preached by Dr. W. STATUTORY PROCEEDJNUArthur '
;(II'!!.' : .. in ..the.It' M.' Burr of Altamonte- Springs. On K. Itomrfmm, Plaintiff, for 1000. Cabbage plants at $1.60. .
; v.DISTRESS FOR REJNTllrary Peach plum, and cherry trees
hands of the Smithsonian Institute In'this : pear
Saturday morning the body was or- T. Raa., ft al.. Defendant.
'.. at 10 to 15'cents each. John Light-
': werefound six 25c
ganized by the election of Rev. E. A, J\OTK'1.J OK !RMKHirK-S! !HAl.KTo .
foot, E. Chattanooga Tenn. 48-tf
and the natural Allhora It Courrmlie
jiv I known species, Milton of this city as moderator, and Mar
"' It known, that under and by virtue r
> hopes"to have valuable finds in his
Jesse B. Smith of Apopka, as secre of an execution issued out of the FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and
: /collection' 'T;of Florida wild flowers. tary. Messengers were present from above (Court In the above styled cafe, wagon one 2 cy. Buick In cooicomlltlon in 1 lb. tins. Our own ,
So is known this will be the the Sheriff,
s far as Apopka, Orlando, Winter Park, Win directed to undersigned nfl
and commanding him to make out of good .tires; must sell or:
first'collection of wild flower of this
V fv :' ter Garden, St. Cloud Mt. Carmel, the good and chnttelH. land and tene- trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O. selection of high grade
5q state, ant cannot but bo an' Import- Whittier, Ft. Drum, Okeechobee Conway mttntti of Henry T. JtaH the aum of Box 221 Kissimmee. 7tl
.ant..contribution to its floral history. and Borne other points. 1876.82 Dollars. ..) Rio and Santos : andguaranteed
Now know that I, Sheriff shall --
f' The.$.t known works on flowers contain ye an
t? Rev. T. F. Hendon efficiency secretary expose for unit and Hell the property FOR RKNT-Furnished flats. Applyat ..
-'" no thorough" cataloging enumeration for the Florida Baptist convention herelnbelow described, which 1 have the Gazette otAce. tt 0' "
a' of Florida wild flowers. Mr. was presnt and lent much interest heretofore levied upon by reason of :
? or to th occasion. Dr. E. T. Poul- nol easily movable the place of axle FOR RENT-Modern five-room bungalow -
not he ,willpublish a book on his la- son, of Orlando, preached a fine ser- shall be in front of the building "riii la the heart ot Kissimmee
;bo ...r mon on Saturday, a&i; Rev. T. F. Hen in It la now located, vl: No. 117 and Inquire at 106 South Vernon avenue -
don and Rev. E. Leu Smith preachedon Hrnadway The term Klnlmme of Hale are City caah. Florida.The time i 34-tf G.: M. TAYLOR CO.

.& Sunday.The of sale IH between the hours of elevenA.
< <:'SPECIFIC RATE. FIXED M. 1'. M. the 4th off '
work of the B. Y. P. U. was set October and, A.two D. 116. on day FOR SALE-Two boats; one 85x10 77ee High Grocer"ANNOUNCEMENT w; '

I t forth by Eugene Reid of Orlando. The property IH described AH follows: 18 II. P. T. & M. engine; one 18< ,

: :::, ,.FOR, :NEW FRUIT {BOXES meeting Mrs. E. Lee in a Smith beautiful led tribute the woman's to the 1 1 U pr.10-ft.Roll Ice Refrigerator of Hook.Market Paper.Show Case foot cheap long; also, 4 one H. pair P. engine large mule.will sell

-- '. of Miss Fanny Heck, the
J;' /' i memory pres- 2 Iron Safe. U. W. Thurman. 22-tf
ident of the Woman's Missionary 1 Cash Kegrliter.
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/The 'lorldli Growers; & !Shippers Union of the Southern Baptist convention 1 nuffnlo Scale. II .
FOR RENT-Six room modern
.League .Qrlando, Fla., announces re- who passed 1 Market Scale.
: recently away at
_ f' 1 Ham Sllcer. tage, close in $12 month. E. :I
; per
e t 'ceipt of.:advice from the.railroads that her home in Raleigh, N. C. Dr. Tro- 1 Paper Hack. E. Wells Real Estate and Insur i I
::staring+*,!special point ,convention of't' villion of Winter Park contributed 1 16-ft. Counter with, marble top. !
1 12ft. Counter. ance. 104'Possiel Ave. The Inn). II '
the) .Florida: and other', southeastern much interest to the meeting.The _
i railroads in Hot Springs Va.. last chairman of the executive board 2 1 6-fU Meat Counter tlloclc;, I ,;,. } .J
Week, it was agreed to provide rates held an executive session during Sat ii Klectrlc Fan.. I 1 ,
to the
Pal nil "
'In time for the approaching season on .' urday. :The visitors were amply enter- 1 Motor Sausage Grinder and fixture. Invigorating Sickly I wish to inform my.friends '
in bushel 1 Refrigerator Ice Box. The OM standard general ctmrthealnir, ; d't.x:
citrus''fruits when shipped tained by the members of the Baptist 1 Refrigerator Cooling Plant. equipped OROVB'S TASTEUKStt Chill TONIC. TiVveeal .
baskets halfbushel baskets and pony church and departed Monday expressing with cold storage and machinery MalaHa.nrlcb..tbe blood.and bnlld.a tbecre.. former 'that'I'ani. .
",,f, 'lx>xea. The.description of the new< their appreciation of the city of connections with Ammonia Tank.. lain. A true ionic. For adult awl ebildr a. SOoMR customers. now! in. i
'I.f!:!' :containers,,,;together with bases for Kisaimmeee and the hospitality of our 1 4 Tuck bundle.0.of. Engine.Heavy Butcher' Paper. .. Jt .

'#: "'arriving1# ,' at'!the' rates to apply there- people. The next session of the association 1 20-ft. Iron shaft. equipped with I'' charge 'of _the Central .Marjket.having ; -' ;
} *' '.entollowr a._ is to be held at Winter Park.SUGGESTIONS Belt wheel and belting.Machine. .ii ,

'0(": "' : ' ;/'Description. 1 1 Sauaage Roller Top Packing D..k and chair.. ,. INVESTOR: ; 'purchased: the business from I
( "ft When in/one-bushed; baskets via:: .OOOO .. ...OO..OO.OO. 1 Oil can. ..Buy properties' now 'while, prices ? : :
.' ground: .casket, of.venwr, outside diameter 1 Dynamo. .
f' ; : : are at their lowest. Alderman
FOR I Weight Scale< D Wilton I .
"\ 177-9, inches? height, 11 0 BOOSTERS 0 1 Motor Hone grinder and equip Lots $5 'cash- and>$5'per'month. :; r f. >i r
: .X-: { Inebe,with center stick to sup- .tVvA
t ment.
5 and 10 acre tracts $10 cash and '
top securely fastend 0 0 1 Motor Meat Grinder. :I would( : :
I 'iport cover greatly eci tEt:1
) .4 I'? A '. ,'.and ''p. kag.'cenerally to be in 1 .. ........ ....OOt. .1 1 Motor- Cypr.Small.. Mixing Sausage Box.Machine.1 .- '\ f5:A,6-room per, ,month plastered. house, lot 60s . .app '; ,

: A-l .condition; contents of basket oneS (Tallahassee Democrat 1 Work Benche. 150 of those '
) ft. deep, well. Small cash who
; pay 1 patronage : haye .thus'J
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,buschel-estimated; :,weight,"60 pounds. Don't be the man who put sit in 1 1 Ammonia Meat Rack.Tank.. ment,' balancelike rent ,* : ,
f tCarloa,'mlnlmum weight 400 packAges. city. 1 Omall Platform, Se.I.1 ..- A'6-room'' bungalow, Iot'100xl40 t"
;,fit\ ." ''Iper'centiof\ ; the. standard: Garden Rake. ', favored'me ''iif the past 'and ;
:. ,bO.x"Tate.15'i' ,,0 iown.Building' good. houses. builds a good. Dated this Srd day of-, September A. deep welL Price and terms right. : . 'o a !.1 f f'J>

J;' f When 0he-haU\ bushel basket, 'viz: Save Sj>. "". L.1NGiLAM" them' that will handle; they '
1l a little'money and save'a. )lot MRS. MART M. SUMMERS Owner; ; we only -I !
of outside diameter :
.round basket, veneer of worry. A. Sheriff of Oeeeol County.Uy 608 Penfleld St., 8. Kissimmee. < ,
I; 14:1-4 inches; outside height 9V 1-2: Good toads .lead not.only to'iom.but . , ROBmnT_ AH(CAMPIiEL4'Deputy, ' Also City:Properties, Farms'.i and best 'of everything the !' ": I-t'
.... Inches,with.,>ent.r! ,tick .to support r 8herlt. Jin'; ;meatline: :. {; "
1. to money.. :. JOHNSTON GARRETT: .. .Timber. Land for. salo and'exchange. .
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.: ; ('top(;to beBecurely' fastened ittor..y.rorPlalnufGS ,l7tr" -* *** t ? '. :'
val.- poverf* : Be l1.e"o-oe/nll the towni wlll ,%! .r: v"1 rwcv'e '. f
< and .paekap"a-en.raIl , in ,,A-l never'be a dead ; '' I R f* >f; q 4v."J'.I,, 'v YV : ;', i:? "-:; ?" :
i" ,Door T'c;: ; % i.' l'IO'I'108'' ": ,1, . t \! i
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; porch '
preventedman' "
.5 4/ 4front* \ : . .. ", , : : "PTices<:R : : :- ' \ 7''
.: Bwahelestimated'. weight 30pounds: an old maid.r; s'r Kotlca; \"he..ei.; -I."j thai the Ahnu7ad ; .; fightIeat: :,tliu'Best ,
'" Carload!'minimnatweight: 800 pack Why ahoald the tow'Tn&sle1dogsand Meeting of the Stockholder'o( the ,, '- , r n.t ,.. ..." . .
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t" :'! ; .>':1- '' ' When tome'on..plans to peip,\th. Company "at KlMlmmw.. florid"onMondarth ,, .. ., '" "
.. :'BPben2ln'o; el 'yonybox. town;.plan to'help the plan. 4th .darC Ocob.'11tat ', : :
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