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 17, 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: VID00716
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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wewi sc.i y Lake General .i. . . . .. . . .. . . .. .. Candidate' For"FeelingPulse" :.\ ; c*. -i "'i .f"(""
fSuwJieacfing'of; ; . : '". CEREMONIES t f HARK( h ESENTA r ,

? Cleanup and Building of 0 POINTED''STATEMENTS' ,4 1J 1 ( TION'OF"BIBLEI'ANDFL.AG; BY : i
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i1 'a"swiminin'gP-o .
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CESSIOK;VOB;, PW Op:Pg.RZAW .-,s E x;; O The greatest thing-we can do.4 YlRST" AUTQMOBILE TRIP ,... S._ ': . ' v)'! 'S.. .. tt
'-, to help Kissimmee. grow'apd aJv O WITH POLITICS: BUT SAYS HE totalenrollment'of.660the rROPEnTY.OWNERS TU'8E'TAX-, 4 ,
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? II 9 : : ; tract,visitor*,!*,' to bulkhead,the IS NOT YET MAKING ACTIVE With ';;' ;, D"FOR,..THIS': EXPENDITURE' '
*:CBRYANJM.LEE, ; ;; lake....We have the laws passed'O CANVASS PLEASED WITIlQtfrLOOKal Klsstmmee"cUy't;school*. (opened :.on ., (Td
4'at: the )last session of the leglsla- Monday morning for the:term of 1915- %
ir'' W { ';S :4> .ture'.nd' the) property-- owner, 16:. There; i* every: indication front the BE:LIGHTENEDAVATERriRATE; : '

;.. l tW.J4: ; RST .(K. 'v O busy have and to start pay for therwork.-.It., Let'' -get''** State... Senator. --r-F. M. Hudson, ofMiami opening' that the, yearvwill' be :another t.)M--*.Y!*AL r/r$qJ1.C. iPpGZD. "; 'Y0"t.

;tatCen'lry t 'ry"xitannfletoritba'1ekEttr "'''1, .111 t iJ . .' --+MT13EE' "', +1'' ,,who hasjwst entered the.oiista,: successful: fon* understh- direction' !ofProf.R.Ml'Evau flisgginning,.Hover\b.r, +".1tthe; rat...
IGssimmee *
t JOAN principal; ( 9 > 4
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AH Agree ". ..:LU'f* >.:<<, a*,'. candidate for,eo emol.of;. Floe. 'T .opening extrclse were fgryelcatTi.yarrenttorco iAmerv1ILbe -i

? ; k'OppoHlrfiitTO 'Entertain *> "Cleah- p the cit& Cut their. Ida'j, subject to the' primaries.:\.next. ed by.' Rev S. W;Lawler, Ocmdllet-l'. )p...;.eel1q .a,,'t..U'"i. . .'of"\1r':

Vrlclttfromcjyias* wd1 ttdcolfnd '' _.o i-iSisIJ".f"'Sf. ; 'WmrAwat weed>off the vacant lots. ,.Pick;;* (, was a-.distinguUhed visitor; to Methodist' ebureh.nll lenta' ,.__,,_' f.l'J'tIaen" re.,.'" 'i..>.1fY. ":/ .,;,,,
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*, up.the .canain the alley Plant Kiaainlmee on.Monday,. ,SenatorHud-' ''' cjwis. wah' ;! .. ,
tvtii4purlpo Yhit :, dedde pgnaat.JL
i. and *.110..4' and ;inow your't.'wus: by the pre..nt tion ;
1Ftiialty a.a? } To 'Proposition Cleanliness the'greatest asset eon wa accompanied by ,Mr..Hudson, upper grade and an American flag tothe' pnatine tl1..Pty..fYun. : tLie..1}Vee ..

;' 'will locate'11' 1 "''hl '1te" S'-: Taktr'Steps. To-Get Them 0 of any city. / !JIO eon James, and daughterMary primary achooL,, The presentation and"T, .tol\qw.c\ *** p b.usUre"rnVeJ: f of

h& /ibis Pact became k, ewa foldiUii'titer : ''As0wer i Build swimming. fx>oll where 4 tens They ..traveling' inthe Senai : ,:'Aa' municipal' 'p1a t.made 1 y'.tne'ejec-*
; : Cities. rtave Done. speech. was>made -by theJ Rev *M. "
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r Sim'di.' la4i1i! e et!_ your.visitornr: cajK/batbe as tort automobile : then'lChMstiel ,trie light! ai\d witer'committee'of ihe \,.
+ 4 ...a the*. want to. .When'joll 'and ChUhotal-pastor- ( '' '
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e mtrt+psrnpaayrArigpet' + a'hntE"'. T Senator Hudson spent .councilwhlch'TiaiTkecii'i e progreHiva
t"Pi'ilsimpt I were boyd thought .ehuMhtA'shorts response ''accepting ;
dof s "p.rfode/4/ Mi lei :' Although the crowd rhieh gathered .* a- week watt'' ten'ough. ;;but 'ntWJ'b' the; day,-leaving Tuesday forBartow. the gift"on 'be1aatfofth..ebo 'wa* werilirig9e": neav mlOl""',. "rk; .;:.
.kit the band stand JOft Broadway bate. once ,* : '. H'II a'.a 4
+ tflthd? pRNlt' U, plead tla'rloper.tieb"here adays everybody a-- Later they passed this way made 'byiProf..EvansI Later.laths 5 fl. 7
t }and kep bperitlerttistthtkrriodoiyesarai friday night was not .aslarge, as ,it day and some people two or three -4v again en route to Orjando\ Whence the'childranfof' ,, the de4 D r.""'W'Ltariorel3afr44h'seommtae'itfait"hay': !
4 primary
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times Let' gthem a place to '
.hcr W' have been'considering the dtal home Miami. kit
a uyr nikYJi; d' )athe>> six tihies if they'wanfto..' O they- return totheir in- partment participated $In a': flag" nI., h redt
aA t JtWad.lgcloet, ltLo,4f ptaddentlollhb Issues*f stake; it nadeJ'tip inenthusiasm "> 93 lkhead,. the" lake and 'do it 4 Senator Hudson/baa made a,tour front ing when Old.Glorytwa giventotthi Is"the -result'cf t thelfactim'1oitilrn t't' *)'ciun-:

'nowCompan7 FRa r11.1Nd l rd/ What''llt "lacked: >in number. Ad- now. *. Tallahassee through the counties of Wind; ,,on-a vew flagpole -erected by )fecidlng ti' h'arjfe; U brd'dt att'ef t r '
'' dresses were made by Representative *rCONqRESMAl4-+-- ,,down the westcoast to ( ,
v companr'would aecept the, offar O&6be welt' Florida > the,school board.' The little onia for'the'iirdot"lie4b.'plS: ) ;
: saluted
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'bYee N; O:' Bryanthe' lion'Jebn.M.. Lee < 0 Tampa and through central Florida charge wasmade.dr,theVtre.t ilghlrlri
re l, up
11j + the aal',.. .it was hoisted.Into. ' c*
''c 4}; bb.'blywll,7Ydbl ", r rla L a' alld..Cona'res.nllUL TV. j. Sears, each "Provide 'amusement for your 4 *'CODling here from Lakeland. place. and tha peodoeUon'tf current Oi0d,: '

,!' tijA.wdited'' wlth Nje iTackiatt"lhiithey.comp.nli'are'.tbr'fo1Mplitwell of whom was' In earnest In. his staterlrentr visitors, if you want them to go The trip, according to Sedator Hudson The enrollment, by grade was, a* for 'purpowalor'coiirsa,; :' : :in-; '
that'Kl.simmee'mu.t wake up away satisfied and bring others 4 is a combination of pleasure and ( 'chirge4''ugalnst'' 'prl.\
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follow: First grade, !
official wit&I atid:.:do'things; to attract Vieitnrs to with them when they come again. 4 Continued on pace 6) ; 7 Conunued'.on'page'6)r) <(.1 .. ,
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own their position* 4 to. ( p :
' v "Build tennis courts, golf grade, p-- 2; second grade. Af-S5J) ;
'j ;JA"b*':wnP"/; also?being': Ripens);;,E. &. tome'hesf during' the. wintermonths.A8weiW course, quoit,ground, croquet '4 second grade, B-36; third gra3e.A. a:
Jt '- $Xie ieyvfflr t vica-preildent$Vw A-jMe-I ( ; i agreedthai the ibatikral ad grounds hold gun club tourna4 CHANGE MADE INROAD I .r S
? 33; third grade, B28; fourth grade, TWO,YOUNG'MENTO;
mta thiacity and 4
which : poasesses are 4 ments, have band concert
-. "*" Cool, *econi:fca-P; >yW ?ti C;Aj arV. You 4 A-SI; fourth grade, B..SO; fifth .

.', ,,'. .sonvoeretaryfndlJobn'M; :':,)inghe.'.. ct t ato:' other giVe cities Kissimmee of the a"'andi'size 4 4 other wouldn't public stay long a place you' 4 TO ORANGE CO. grade A, 33 f.fifth grade 67-2; sixth OPEN .NEW USINESS'' '
dttiofti;to the l otberidiredet4'J[ cap ova! i 4 went for a vacation, if there was 4 : grade A-32; sixth grade, 'B 2.-t ,, :
,. -nor'T4ck.r; t'vMllDeipkbl'Mgattagtidt': ; .: to, thl/,etate.4 1 4 nothing tevlo but alt around all .4 I seventh grade: A-.-865 seventh:'grade, lfTt**."$*"t?*,flLTji'. *- --" -- S- J"K.. V JV .

:... ileY. .. f\ 'A: .igniAesnt.fe.tnre-o! the meeting 4 day long R.. Farmer, the !' wlarrl.; I .
:"'!' ,. .hrtola'. 'tear.the close 4 MTalk.U you want to about 4 Capt ,1* hustling B-19; eighth 'grade. .A-20;.,...eighth, r J. ; manager of the" Tarnilj .
\ fry.and Mr. .Tucker i' . courred when'Mt.Leott1I.'iddress'appesled'toAe| ; e '4 your strawberry :your hay 4 convict gang, superintendent for Oce- I grade, B-21.; :The high school grades ,Shoa' Store; and WrU;'Peake'.Vta; ;

,:trnm?;,:,hdridr.dr',,..o f ;" t\\:. .. crowdto'make' 4 crops, or any other kind of a crop, 4, ola county, ,has his crew of convicts showed total,of 86, as follows Ninth operates."drY cleaning( 'aDd"pl'OlSln8', .

j , t '.Even!: ,Wew ;r ork ItirS'pUmtelatr MMI.ft. "' known whether; Of; not those 4 they are all good and do good for 4 busy this week making k change in grade 41 J tenth,grade;' 16;' Eleventh club',in;1 the Waring building' ?:hav/' ,# rn

f F pniig. ..n4.&O'; apprteaglnea''h.ry :...... present would *tak partiq;; ,; a general 4 0 all your.eommwJit7..aeriousnessthat.but..I the tell tourist you in 4 4: the routing of the'road north from the" grade,. 11;: twelfth grade 18.l, *,' formed" .Piri, er"blp;'and.wiirp'ka.w.thla;the:, tust'o

''' '; "aa .soon 'a*,tM"pointii movetobdb 4 i the ..bast one that cornea v S.1 city to the"Qrange'eountf ljn&.iThe : -5 t: "weekswflspen;: t'
.!'t'P\; 'In operation to txamlne bbl. W k wi >> : 4 to crop Florida Let'a wake T up and v. bend'ln.the'J'Oad northt of Marydia 1 I. OLD : l :. business,,'In: ,the '.Pllley building on;', ;'
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,?tit ewvreco its mee'orYlbe ...... ?:erowd, to.a man, rose'to it* 4 pull together' in1- unity. to bring fO: being cut out; arid the ;road; ttratghtenedl SOLDIERS GOING BrO dwaJ'..' ' 4,

.: b boulevard.of., i("the'tA: eri "---t"I'! '>; f''r.. ..... ;, : '""" '';eoa eJ'ete'1'e8ult'of.! the mee1i wee :' : A ENCAMPMENT new atom.wilt | ;
oldroad and will .Ja8. : BIG
. .911-' "' ,. ",.' 1',1\0\ '. ;I4't' ,- *of'>Congressman 4 _. v of the be ? TO Store and will.:'de"4 "in,eloth-f '
;Abtbit. >ted intr. "tM'. ipitfia.Idahlnway ,. .. ,; 44 UO 44444444 44444CT beside:,shortening tithe.' distance, coon '. . ., gehfafurpishung. ,
I!' ,ALetkdwdttltl at thedose of'hUspeech' 1 l !" ., .,. : . ,. ., .ld.rabI7'-J . ,. ,,. r :.. ..,. ,', '. . . :; , ing. beea'i,and ahos.. 'r ...u.Mr"t.Harrilh .
ommand.r : lai'd ;'M
Stanford 'of the Boardcommittee J. F.B\lh ,-of the G. '
: d ) : "- V ,M ? ;A; idbeingbuilt ,in, theefficient \ -
e a, ,of,twen- grin the band .stand and in auto- > ; A. R. Department: Florida;,'wholives for,some Ume and iwell.. and faw..:. .
.. .' .' near rnanner ,in 'whlch'.Capt.'Fart" .:d.. '.......
.. ably known to'the > of :'. ", .
.lde ofBroadway.; | rill; 4I3.
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,at" flees; men,to\consider-defi-, mobiles j on either,,< mer doe all of his work. 'The buildingof tear Stv Cloud, was a vldtor in '

I 11.IUMI1I_ M'!.:.b..Ii,.... ..,.." .. '", .," r :ferf"furnishing, some: sort While.Mr. Lee :was securing number this cut-ofT wili:also ;be.a)help,to EJslmmee-on'' Thursday, and, a 'pleat* .,i* ieClitatli4 the shoe b -.:''" ", ,'" ." h
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r .N..& "about: it:.t''7I"ro m'-.uQ l ..lS ft' tt.< .\ytHtSti iaiBwiement for the;:visitorsdaring'tii'coming of photograph and'bookIeta which be traveler' : when they\ pavtngVicompanybegin .' ant caller,at the office.ot. the ,Valley l.rsoolCr.ptIsiu' cee.e.r-MrPea3lift ; .... . :
< It f likvy.h 'collected recent trip to 'the tte. Mr.'Dullard Ie. ; feak.-.nd hU .Na
,.1': jkalr that'Iniestigatiprji" .'j' girfd't sea m. had on a the of the. bricks The gu braughtjbhe'in-i; : h 1

... ': .: .bloek"vrsl:: \........" bpi '| t'IYeid' 'nt,.Stanford will act summer jjforts' of Indiana,. Tennessee ':: old road can laying be, used by automobilist. .formation' that the ,.Veteran of A St. had .a. auccessfulpudneetcareertllda: 1 : ,,
6n.w 1---: : ''thl iuggestion at an early date. and"drtb Carolina, Mr. Stanford I Cloud are ,making i big preparation : wa* formerly connected with th.Co.; ',
1.'F1olld If'
q"nt;;font",.' : .+; ._ +. 111'M..i t} } upan and others a* a mean* ef getting I hen,Brothers .
-" : :' >,' opened the meetine,, with a short to attend the Grand 'Encampment ,rt tore, the J largest'retailestablishment s
[11\1o.p.l8 d I iN'diti. around the work 'When,the brick has .
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"- ; ' wemption. '' .- '< |jj;orwe., ; > speech in which he called attention to been laid the marl now 'on the old the G. A. R.. at"Washington,'D. C,'the in'Florlda'and'isaa: ; ; ;: .'a
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juneiLering *
;..' f -, .atton: to the.btlmpiW' ..U It..'wfll.: locate1hertreTa <' i.,, V-e. *,!!* per.oni Mated. bon the (Continued on;page. Five.) road will be used to lull the four- :week of September 25th., .-' y q. ;v J pleasing'personalltr}' ", \, ""-*. ,

r, ; M-eilW .f ;i . WWWWWZfleA each, side I A special train'of two sleeper aida &;:rbese twSyoung men: are deservingand .
j.J'Io: *9;' >#i iresju '1 ,71 :" foot driveway on ofh4 .the. azetW '
chair car will be run from'St. Cloudto galley: ,. .
i Whe there V t wtty be + qti brick a* provided in the sped> catiODS. '' '
; they'wfki
ll Mass atp JtCisslmmee .St:. Cloud make. a. success'In their"use'veatnYwrf
leaving at ,
".; 'It",pnla": compaB/foVthe; : pu fiJt' er Meeting i;!'.;' .... .....;,... ',I
,: ; 10:80 on the night of Saturda7'Bep.. !! tii/r' d ., .,. .\,".f;M aY'
cp..; : ( 1 I " ; ',i;}J'"NURSERYBO'oKLErlsJ1
'r:! p JOHNSTON SELLS' HISPROPERTYNEAR tember 25th. Herjs the will be
\ . ;fr5,;ripra: ** aawdust andiiahlt;>which'com$ f ar.d' .S.tqnd.Is on Tonight0 ears : '
I ; \ attached to UMmidnIgh't;; traingoing + '
; ia : ymiorilai Ilii1"Tackei'tBck; .K. ,''"' : /'tl "____.- ; > >
: mpany'i Knd: whrch-'hii: : /I.L" ;,.J ....}xb .,.t"'r CITY north. AtJacksonville'and .en 'route
i; .aM f..' MedTpon1': : 1.1";:; .'..:.. '!. rfo"r'tta*fot2yet. &, ** .a. mass meeting" 'tui'1en caUplace1'at' : are '&1110 being made the old soldier will be Joined by other : ;' ,
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r ,. thief ,band stand 1 ttE ;
ont the c1t councilchamber 'r.J .
.. ;. ..H "" n 1f4'1! '4f ... ;. for. a meeting at ) ) > comrades.Mr. i :

I :;:'f ...Qd'neteaS: .iI".t.'f'1Pf'1'ate...colaWny;;tWill..' 'V.f' ,, .'' .( :>:30 o'clock tonight,, : next :Friday- ;nfghV ti;orpnbe'.a James Johnston the capable of-O.ceola and ..Bullard My that District Pas., :1> ... ""J ("" !,, .._ r ;..,,;, ). .'" It .
for-entertaining weU-kDown'.d.putJ'
':(' '" \ r" plans' i l aenger Agent Beasley', of. the Atlantic .The'Yaliey Gazette
Highway-Councif. Job department
.' \\A 't&O) ,. 1'I": Dixie .fo ; Osceola : printing ? ;
: .}iU'D.'dL'copeed; { ; Promi-' county thiweek .old. his ..t.rm'of Coast Line, baa been in St. Cloud' thbweek hasjq.t,8glibed
fr.pp tboniMrei' '
s t ; Kisiimniee 1 have prom SeJent Stanford, of the known :itllu print-: 1'
i ef e.o1lDty. torty acre near cemetery ,
arr'angingfortieeomiort''ofthose and booklet.for
;Q lag binding ot,. neat. '
': l"}) "af 'out"and", : re..nt.'their the Board of-TriJ jJnougg *ted the I.1 aa.;thef'Sigsbee grove .to- William 1.1 who make'.the; trip.. ''!Between H.R. Mosnat proprietor the Like{
\ m. ''.\ : w ". 7" } ; ',nieeting wilt|;be;held'nn- meetingask* T p/> .JBt, -Hond' good Joyce :+ city detective ,{n ,M.mph.1sI 6O and.100 are'expected to. makci the ; r
: Nurseriea
*. if vantege"bthi:; .< J+, !dsKieet i iT' iv ee; '' ; atj Lakat HamtUtoo.JPolk
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'o'h ftoard from all a
/I road booater*aDd Tenn. Mr. 07b Bon-in-law of
pf person ;
I'---' .. . I trip from St.:!CJIoiML) -On the evening
: bd9int' ,ar'beten.- l"w r ,cou ty.5H! 0*P 04 f...- rf/
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p"aitr tot the coantr'attend Mr. Matthew, "who live the
'.,, ... W:1'J: ''enislrnni"'''tMMP;Yanii) -t< .'_:'!.t, ,,!{:o ' cemetery ai>4 expect htslf.mUy will be 'given) hv St.. Cloud te rraisi *' t
u Florida ,
1>ey //nt de'I'.l\cr ;tiroult ';: : and ,carriea'4tlini.pL gnej '
:. ttW'; f'IUa.smB\e: ; here and build'arbome. about, funds to defray UM expenae.of, taking dtrus..fruit.trees; ," 1The4booklet '
citlriapi : 'a
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Ct the'flrst of January The considcra--. :, : the drum1 corp of the GAR on comprehensiva''. .cl .criPto -of. .
>errforeiT,! >e ;hreeoved. kat if'the. ,t.H. .tlt : ;ptb.various'spew"hacdlek,4y .
!. tion"wai$5,000. I.
.j. yTaek; : .rlBuell, .Ornsntwtlt'as: ", . .,,. ; _.., '. .... '204t the Itrlp. The e.teran.tara' .alQ>' arranging ; ; ",tba.., ''>firm,:
:1'< 'tahllsh ft*'plant In'the1 Mty W Kl M. .'.I'WS'V ..t .5 m faw arry.with-thei{ran exhibitof and U worti\reading',*.':.:: ....;' ., :

V Florida thafan rai" swor. :f : '; i'HEAO.o\OFI: CATTLE t HERE: PLANNING: ,WIDEN: -' the'produet' f'W.'j* .ection< of I. "' '" F1 F1K
':" 'I' i ....;( &:: ,; : : Florida whit hthey! will display at thencampmeatt 'z\\ '
; trldadillg"afrfIithe s '
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arty ,] .... s : KISSIMMEEMSESiTfl; ,
". ::operation' of;'ail'rind f" \ the : ..>.1"1..., ,' .. .. . ,"..,'-_:. .t.:: ......, ......,1:". .."t.J'. .: ' ' '5' ,!':. .' : :I AINrST: EXTENSION .... yea! ,i / ,n.. e : .

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.;ji,\ $ :I'b.1'rlocni'c1ub; ,: wet' Friday 'after- charges for advertising and collec ine Goodrich left Friday for a two ner of New York avenue and Eleventh capacity and that be.wu".: particularly '.--,"liayor'Garner.1iad. .to ,vote ,off, a..'tie., .:,"t"f.?,1r.
t". ;uoon ;at th'e' pleasant home of Mrs. tions. If they pay Uie original assess- weeks' stay at Daytona Beach. street, the-sight upon which it is hop interested in this phase of school work. in the council last Monday night', .Ths "f'
: l VSessle Daniels, 'on/.Virginia avenue. A ment they will be given a receipt in I i Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck; of Kissim- I ed to see a big modern hotel erected.Mr. lie 'will have the assistance of the difference opinion. was About selling' ;':'1
: ('11rOO417' umber w-reJn attendance and full for the 1912 taxes. : I mee, was a St. Cloud visitor on Tues- Still well is here in the Interestof state agricultural ,agent"and the work a:,''barrel of asphalt, tWO'. councilmen' r'

.. ': "*.after'r 'Xi11\ *** ,buslness session the I I Report of ex.MarshsWilcox\ ac day. his property and says he will builda of canning clubs, will. be, encouraged. Voting'for and two 'against it Tbo, ''!
f meetings-was'turned over to the hosf'M' cepted. I nice home and remain for all time.: to the fullest. mayor:;decided the,! question. ,. .t f r.\

w I or'A the' social hour. For the Johnston & Garrett, attorneys, sub- To letter Sanitation Mr. Stillwell says he, .Iways' wanted The material for a fine .laboratory .,Will' Drawdy,' >: f -Whtttier, ,hat : "
untn various articles were placed mitted a proposition to serve as legal <). L. Uuckmaster, superintendent of to live in St. Cloud but until now he is partly installed and additions are bought out the,Pale's variety:stored ;
: and the room: and the guests were advisers for $:JOO a year and to codifyold I sanitation, brought before the council had not been able to have his way on the way and the sciences and classes : ?1
fiii The elt7' council' at ,
: the of night the fact that there is about it. will be .its meeting;, .
guess counties and cities they ordinances and pass on legality Monday \ given much attention and: : \'
represent* I Mrs I state law governing the Mrs. Stillwell has Mondaynight"ordered: : the city, "'clerk'". ::;
: Edna GoBS winning new charter for $150 extra. a new arrangement passed across the encouragement.The ) )
t I to figure up the actual cost of,paving !
f: ,jhe".quarter for the club fund. Then Vans Agnew( & Oawford offered to I and construction of "fly- Great Divide since last they saw St. principal (gives most ofhi., ." ISd,
the block between ,
Pennsylvania .and ,' ,
) '.\W..Nelli. Zimmer kindly gave a serve St. Cloud as legal! advisers and I proof Kuxfacc closets." Cloud, so the old gentleman has come time to supervising the entire school j
P+ s ..musical; stunt on her Irish harp, giv- to pass on drafter, etc., for .f.'idO:; per The matter was thoroughly discussed hints! to the city of his choice to finish and keeps in close touch' with what FloridaavtFues i With-.and-oU and to "..1 hb.,
t prorate,.the amount among'tbe'pro'pi; ;
l jlni, ten short selections, from which I l by the council and it was unanimously out his days in peace and plenty. And is being done in all classes at all time
erty holders on each of the block "i
/ ;i i they, were to guess the names, which The cost of jminjf the mtv Mock decided that the only thing to by the way he looks he has many days The athletic possibilities of the children side j" see('
,1f. ] jfaAl, enjoyed very much, and after with ull"lilU'h liguicd up to be do was to see that the law is complied. I and years still coming to him. will not be overlooked and it is and the 'city," each paying one-third.:, ::1'
;y r- dainty refreshments of ice cream and 411.47: and the city clerk was ordered with and the sanitary inspector was Mr. Stillwell says there are quite a hoped to organize a football team anda The clerk after deducting the cost 4''
t r! p 'rake were served, the club adpourned f to prorate that amount to the .authorized to insert a notice in the number of people waiting to have him basket ball team as well as have a of building a plant and other expenses :"r
1r y, ,r to meet in two weeks with Mrs. Warner property huldcis. on each side of the St. Cloud Tribune telling the people say come, before they begin to pack, gymnasium.The necessary to getting ready 'to do the' .. ("
,,.1 y ( on Virginia .venue. street and collect same. what was necessary to do to comply I, and he will say it. responsibilities resting on the actual work found the amount to be ,,
;'r'" I Miss Almeda Arrowsmith. Mrs. Huckmaster asked for an ordinance with this state law and then to see I, Mr. Stillwell was here before the shoulders of the true school teacher U31. 7. This is in. no way excessive 4
t Lulu' Atwood and Richard the of bill boards that the had council is and the city now has a plant and nine ;; '
son, left prohibiting building necessary changes were madein town a and Was a neighborof the greatest that can be imagined 1+
: Tuesday evening for St. Petersburg, and other such undesirable things in the shortest possible time.It W. N. Garner, who is brow> mayorof for to them is.entrusted the future of ty-five barrels of asphalt on hand ;" '
itl t: where Miss Atmeda has been appointed the fire limits. is not the desire of the council or St. Cloud. the nation; to them wee look for the which could and should be used to ; I
I principal of one of the schools and Kenney suggested the purchase of a the sanitary inspector to work any Mr. Stillwell says he put in a nice training of the young mind which will cover some four to six blocks with ""l li
t Y ;- Mrs. Atwood will teach this winter. great number of trees to be sold to hardship on any one. The health of board walk in front of his property be the master mind of the morrow much needed pavement. 'x'

"q I /'. Miss Hazel Shambow, who has been property owners at cost This propo- the great majority is to be looked after believeing it would be sufficient for and we feel that the standard of the Miss Cora L. Main assistant of our .'
A" spending some time with her grand- sition met with general approval but first of all and this is a grave a long time but that within nine school teacher should be set hirh and school here who\ h4 Loan spending; '' ;'
l k -1 >*t jf parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow, was deferred until a later date. question in all cities which are not months the city council ordered in ce- the compensation should be ample, the summer in New Yor state, srrl '-
,: lext Thursday last for her' home at Cummings; possessed a great deal adequately sewered so grave that the ment sidewalks and he found out he I and to be appointed to a school shouldbe ed here Friday evening last s

/ t i.Monida, Montana. of valuable information regarding eucalyptus great state of Florida has passed the was in a fast growing town and one I considered a great honor. J. T. Tyson and daughter and .}lra. .f
4 +ne'' (,';| Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Bass, of trees and also as to the past following law to protect the healthof that was building to stay Great things are expected of the Roy E. Low, of Narcoossee, war. in, :tl

iftA1IK*, ''Itlssimmee, were St. Cloud visitors ont methods of running the city's affairs its citizens: teacher, he is required to be a leaderin our city shopping on Wednesday.
i Saturday. and he was called on several times for "Whereas, by the provisions of an Three cars were over from Kissim- the community, he should pursuea Selwin :1'W'lI. Conway Firkins rid ;':<'
i 1 \ Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Marskie, who information to which he ably respond Act of the' Legislature, approved May mee Monday night and among the constructive policy h. should be a Victor Mapes l.-ft Wednesday r, '': have been spending the summer at ed. 18, 1915 entitled: passengers wfcre"" Ed Roberts, Wm. master builder for he molds the mindof for' Jacksonville where they will join : j
Whitewater, Wis., returned to their The meeting was adjourned until "An Act making it a misdemeanor! Bertram, Gus Smith, E. E. Luck Floyd the child and thereby the future of the' 18"1,1.

rte .-V'i r, home in St. Cloud on Thursday last. Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. to keep or maintain surface closets Tyson Jim Buckley, George Gardner, the nation Mrs. C. H. Errdull: was called to :

t L V Mr. Fred Prehl, of Toledo Ohio, - within incorporated towns, which are Capt. Johnson, Mr. Paine and several Fargo, North Dakota, on Tuesday on '.'
spent a few days here last week lookIng Mr. C. H. Morris and his daughtercame not fly-proof in construction and are ladies. E. J. Stewart of the Shaker colony account of the serious illness of berr
) ,. over Us hold1np.'u to St. Cloud August 2nd last. not in conformity with plans recommended J. T. Bears, who once resided in St. east of town, brought in a fine load daughter. \
/ -._-. and Mrs. Olmstead arrived last Mr. Morris is just completing one of and approved by the State Cloud, passed away September 7, in of bananas last Saturday.W. The '
city council at its meeting Monday <
ti /Wednesday from Springfield, Ohio, the finest arranged bungalows in the Board of Health, and prescribing a Porterville, Calif.,, of Brights disease. S. Stewart, who has been residing night passed a resolution authorising "
and are living in the Kenney property city located on Fourth street and New penalty for the violation of the pro- I His many friends will be grieved at near Ashten, moved into St. Cloud the cleaning of the and- .
; ,on Carolina avenue but expect to York avenue, and he and his daughterwill visions of this act." : this sad news. several weeks ago, the marking of all the cemetery stakes
build and make this their home. occupy the new house about October It is provided that any firm or corporation -I, Will Tyson, who lives near Ashton with ink. grave .
r ; The Baraca Class gave a surprise 10. keeping or maintaining surface J. R. Pettit and wife, William Mil- was in town Saturday on business.Mr. ".
Tuesday evening at the home of F. E. : Mr. Morris came to St. Cloud for closets within the limits of the ler and eight year old daughter Eva, and Mrs. A. E. Metal) from Mr. Cooley informed the council
Philpot, in honor of their teacher Mr his health. He was suffering from incorporated towns which are not fly- J. H. McCraw and mother left Pettit, Narcoossee, were in St. Cloud last that the cemetery was high in weed \
S31 Willis' birthday. The house was beautifully chronic catarrhal fever and would proof in construction and are not in Okla., January 20, with four wagons, Wednesday.L. and that the marks on the stakes '
)- i decorated with palms and then have a spell in bed about five timesa conformity with the plans recommended eleven horses and enough household A. Daniel of Winter Haven, was were about obliterated and the coun- .
i' Baraca class colors, which are blue, year while in the north. Mr. Morris or approved by the State Board of goods to get along with; also a good a business caller at St. Cloud last cil gave Mr. Cooley the job of putting
'i 1 gold and white. The evening was says he felt much better by the Health, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor Wednesday it in A-l condition and Mr. Reynoldswas
ftrJ pleasantly spent with games and mu- time he had been here three days, and punishable) by fine. tent.They came by easy stages down C. C. Hare came in from Gainesvilleand given the job of marking the :

__ dr i '. eh:. Rev. Northrop won first prize in and that now he is so much improvedthat Plans and information concerning through Van Buren, Little Rock and spent last Thursday in the Won- stakes in a manner that will last for j
n one of the contests and Sylvester he feels sure he will be entirely the fly-proof closet which you must I Lone Oak, Arkansas, crossed the Mis- der City.E. a long, long time.
\, Squires the consolation prize, and after cured in time. He says that while he construct will be furnished on application -I issippi river at Vicksburg and drove E. Lusk, of Kissimmee, was in The city of the dead should be kept !
I s. dainty refreshments of ice cream, tried to exist in the north he continu- to the city hall or to the sanitary -I through the states of Mississippi and town several days last week. He began in good condition, and we hope at some J!
y "I+ ... . (cake and lemonade were served, they ally suffered' and sneezed until life be- inspector whose office is above I Alabama to Pensacola, Fla., thence to *he erection of a large bill boardon not far distant date to see a good sidewalk - :>
y+ -"guests went to their homes wishing came burdensome. lie finally got in the Seminole pharmacy on New York Tallahassee, Gainesville, Live Oak, the corner of Eleventh street and all the way to the place which is 1.-
'. :Mr. Willis many happy returns of the such a state of health that he could I avenue. Ocala to St. Cloud-their destination, New York avenue but was promptly hallowed by memories of our loved j;
"s. "day.l not attend to even the light duties This is one of the greatest steps! the city of their dreams and future stopped by the city fathers as the ones who have gone before. A sidewalk ";.t

-l\ On Wednesday evening at 8:30: that fall to a justice of the peace, forward that St. Cloud has made since hopes.Mr.. structure was within the fire zone and would. enable many of our older .
Sept.! 1st., at the home of the bride, which office he had held for eleven the passage of the new charter and to Pettit said he was well pleased was prohibited unless built entirely of residents get to the cemetery to _;,
Mrs.. Feme Cisne and Marion Harden yean lie resigned and came to St. conform with this law will be very with the city and was glad he had metal. Bill board advertising is a decorate the graves who are not able :'t!
twere' Cloud. taken the long drive. lie said that thing of the and St. Cloud to walk so far through sandy roads.
M Vt.( united in marriage by Rev. Nor- I little expense, or labor, to anyone and past does 1 .
a '"' '/ ihrup. The wedding march was play- Mr. Morris says he is indeed glad the great good to the community can- when he left Petit, Okla., he was a not want to be sacrificed by such un- Mrs. E. V. Porter and baby boy left
Y' ' Harry GOBS on the flute and he came, for he has not sneezed at all not be calculated in dollars and cents.O. mere shadow, was 'too' weak to har- sightly things. ' I Tuesday for Tampa where they will '" 'I
ft* ; --N the flower girls were the little daughters and his catarrh I..greatly improved. L. Budkmaster says that the peo- ness his horse and that now he feels Mr. and Mrs. William H. Clark of visit' friends and relatives. if
iiti it? ",\of the bride, Ruth and Helen "Mr. Morris says he has had more fresh ple of St. Cloud elected him to look "just like working." That he has Walcottville, Ind., arrived Saturdayto Miss Eva .savage. has accepted a t\\, ; bride wore a beautiful air since he came to tho Wonder City out for their health and to keep their gained many pounds in weight and spend the winter. Mr. Clark was position at Johnson's bakery l,. a ,
,f'gown' of white' yoll. and carried a than he would get in a whole year in city clean and this he is going to do that the entire party is in fine health. postmaster in hit home town and' was The friends of Miss Leatha Saylor!?:/ ,
T..V'. ''Ssho'wer. bouquet, :of white roses. About the north to the best of his ability subject always Mr. Pettit, whom we talked with said suddenly stricken blind.' have received the announcement hedki>
b }thirty guests were present The bride Mr. Morris,.said 4ie sat at a desk to the recall whenever the ma- that he owned ten acres south of the Leonard Reed, an affable young man marriage September 7th-at GlassfordT,,
1 1 wa 1th.' recipient of many beautiful six months of the year huddled over jority of the people disapprove of his city and that he is going to farm and from Hart. Mich.who' ha : borne on Ill. Miss Saylor and sister visited/''
and useful presents. Dainty refreshments a stove breathing foul gases and stale methods of enforcing the rules of raise stock, especially chickens. He Indiana avenue between-"Tenth and here a year, ago at the home of. WiU':
were served, after which the air and that real pure, fresh air wasa health'and cleanliness feels sure that there is a good chance Eleventh street, arrived in St.. Cloud Ham Johnson and family and"mad., 't.,.
t. guests departed wishing the young stranger to him, as he could not says that he knows something about last Friday night He has not yet de- quite a large circle of friends who 1......:.
couple. a long and happy life.N stand the cold. Here in St. Cloud he The Rebekahs will celebrate their the business.Mr. cided whether he will remain permanently wish the young couple a happy jour*' ti' ..
f *\ n can live in the open almost the entire 64th anniversary Monday night in I. Pettit never saw his property or not, but he expect to stay ney through life. J"'1
l ,I' t. City Council Meeting year and never suffer from cold. O. O. F. hall. An interesting pro- before he arrived here though he purchased all winter.At Mrs. Anna Meatyard 'and Mrs.: Belle ,;:r

,r+' '. 'j' L i.i city council met in regular ses- Mr. Morris says he is glad he came pram will be carried out, after which it two years ago. the Presbyterian church Sunday Holmes returned Thursday evening '
,, ,r.fIQf on Monday night and many mattirii to the Wonder City and that he will refreshments will be served and a Mr. Pettit says that! he feels sure night there were four ministers IB the last after a trip of a few'days at Sar-- I 1
; .- Jr "\ _.of vital importance to the people stay until Garbiel blows his horn. good social time enjoyed.You that he is in the right place, and that pulpit at one time-Rev.. Hackett, asota. i
1x-'' f.SL Cloud were brought up for dis- the climate just suits him and that he Kenney, Northrop, and Melmaker. It "
yw .$.; ''i : uslon and many very important actions Mr. Reeder and L. L. MitzfelL, of all remember Mr. and Mrs. Elmer is going to remain here the rest of his certainly shows a brotherly ..plrltwhen gOOOOOOOOOOOOOototOOU'tOO: \
.' sanctioned by the council. Washington, D. C., arrived here Sun- F. Williams, who left here some days. four minister of different denominations THURMAN CITY 1"\oJ
''' " i Marshal McEndree has complained day and are stopping at the Sterr tt time ago for North Carolina, Mrs. combine'. and' have union : :
''c' ,.",k4 1 tha\there are youngsters roaming the house on the lake front. Williams being in a critical condition. Schools Are Opened services, alternating from church to .00000..001000000000. .. .: 11! :

fi; ro \i street at'all hours of the night and Laides' Aid met at Mrs. Lenox on Well, S. J. Scriber received a letter Monday morning the streets were church.W. The infant daughter of Mr. and ,:,....
:' .' '\ J7\ Tasked, that a curfew law be drafted Indiana avenue and Seventh street A from Mr. Williams this week saying. thronged with happy faced childrenon B. Ryan, Who has been spending Mrs. James Bronson has been tinder .:':.t
. so that he would have the authority good number were out. Ice cream was that they spent two weeks in Asheville their way to school. Every street the summer in Louisville, Ky., and in the doctor's care for the past week ::X
r r; j to send them home or to the calaboose. I served at 3 p. m., when the gentlemenwere N. C., and that the doctors there I and country road seemed to lead to the Indiana, returned to St. Cloud last but Is Improving at this writing. ;,11,
The laws of"the state of Florida regarding -. all invited to be present. said his wife's case was hopeless, so II school house and there was not a child Friday.C. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Sensiba were ::
;, "* surface closets was brought she has been taken on to the home of that looked glum because his or her H. Ashton ha moved from Indiana calling on friends at Pleasant Hill, on-,"., =
up by the' sanltal7 inspector and will A curfew law is to be drafted to her eldest brother in Ada Ohio. playtime Like grown up avenue to his old home on SundayQuite/ ''f. '.V
t be enforced keep the youth off the streets of the St. Cloud people are much interested folks they waa. the change. Twelfth street. \ an exciting time was had at. '
:. ..; Mr. liner was. recommended as a city when they ought to be at home. in this case, as they did so muchto Prof. R. t)te new prin- Mrs. M. E. Riggan,Vho has been I in W. 8. Sensiba's one night last weet/ .I;
p special police officer to assist the regular The city marshal has made a com- assist the family in their time of cipal, is one who stands high in the the Masters Sanitarium in Newport, When hearing their chickens making, ;1
I marshal when necessary, and will plaint that a number of the youngsters trouble.A ranks of learning and the records of Tenn., all summer returned to B t a noise. Mr. Sensiba grabbed the':shotgun -' ,
r.. be'.. for that purpose, hang around the streets at all success which he brings from his pre- Cloud last Thursday. She is -in good and II....,&. the lantern, and,* (,-. ,
)} The financial report of the finance hour of the night and will of necessity letter from .Mr. and Mrs. Wm. vions fields of labor is a guarantee of condition and full of' praise for UM reaching the -coops.Mr. 8. 'A78. I ,see
committee showed the city to be. in get into mischief. This it is desired Kashbaum, who are now in Warren, success here. The school board was treatment received at the sanitarium( : him and'ehot"'and on going into the 9 .

it good shape with a very small debt for to avoid. Pa., says they have just arrived there, fortunate in securing his service Her many friend are overjoyed; to, coop for Mr. 'fo..W found he"had 0
such a prosperous and large commun St. Cloud has been marvelously free that they had a good time in Rochester The St. Cloud school compares fa- see her and find her *o welL' shot a chicken and that the''Possum* l-

it)'. from anything of this sort and it N. Y., Canada and other places vorably, not only with any In this section The mowing machine I* abroad in was as lively as ever and .trrinc ,to''.
i' Farris wanted to know how the different wants to stay free. they hive visited They will visit for of the state, but with any in any the land and the grass i* going downbefore make his escape, and,teen Mr. 8,"to'; ),,
s fund. were made up and was The curfew will send all children a while longer and then return to St. Northern city of the population of it like the Russians l before the have'revenge' on. Mr. P. and to b s 1m-.

yl ( 4 informed that.there was but one general under 16 years of age home at 9 Cloud. They say their children are St. Cloud. Germans. be':would get him, killed, him:!with';a.
4 'r fund under\the old system o'clock. causing them quite some Inconven- The full twelve grades will be Marshal McEndree never sleep* stick. .He.says: hereafter he''will ,let. !t' +';;<
Farris moved that Mr. Cooley: be This law will, no. doubt, meet with ience. taught and it is the desire of the prin- at least we hare never heard him I, his wife do .the shooting, as she killed,'' :',6f'

ordered to clean the cemetery and Mr. general- approbation- among the par- Joseph M. Chase, Captain Co. F., cipal to get two more teachers, whichhe snore, and he is'in evident:: every. a!'possum a short'time, ago,wblch'wu. ,..';
Reynolds was to mark. the stakes with ents'of St. Cloud. 7th Ill. Cav. Vet Vols., from Dayton, assured the Tribune he was confi- time we are out late; I after the chickens., ,,, y 4" :r7
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paint-carried. N M., arrived in St Cloud last week. dent of procuring. Gen. Geo. W. Tibbetts, president of HnAtckersonb.a, r Ids. (bungalow; ,4
The' matter of lots The Kissimmee band lost I He announced that he had Settlers visitors who the oarcSot : ,
cleaning vacant boys several come to or may con- Apopka Trade. writes nearly completed which/adds a great i, .t
on the motion of Cumiklngs, was de- music racks when they were in stay. That's the way to talk. When template coming to this section can from Issaquah Wis., and says' )he 'is Improvement" 'to ,.Michigan'avenue*' '*.."'
.'. ferred until good legal advice can be 5fc Cloud last Thursday night. They a fellow feels like that he usually feel satisfied that their children will coming back to'Florida in October 'Mr. Albert:,Acree' spent, Sand 7' in' J3
", secured. \. beHave they put them in the wrongauto makes a success of it. have school facilities equal to any i and pay a Visit. to the Won St.' Cloud;wlthhla'wliereho'ir.ear; -.r;
;'\\ A communication from the A. C..L. in front of the hotel and that that is offered in the north or west in der City of St. p1 laud. -r!'. fag for her sister :who is very;111.withy I
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f 'railway, which consisted mostly"..Ofwords hey;have been taken to Whittier or Z. B. Stlllweil Ant,.. the public school Senior high school I Street Superintendent; Farris y typhoid.fever.:;:ren'1soft \ ) -' :<
} 'y. was read and placed ass'tlaj some other place. Z. B. Stillwell arrived Monday from requirements are being complied with put railings at''the" rtossings40f'ybig ;;, firs ': !M s.:&;; &;';Atxi' ;anti 'daughters/;.t
i I' or!>" tiryr; TablasDn'aosouat- ,j'.f ... W'hooftwJaU'Jthem. will kindly return . Bsuclare, Wts" to\ make his fature and the role laid down by the State ditches where"''danger'> of '''faDing1+ i Roth'and'Louise, Spent,SaturdayVwithr:1Mrs. :
.f : of not them' to the KissimmeeF band. horn We. Mr.rStIIlw.inwaf::here Board 11f-- -u.-dark-'siists.ron \ ladfy"- .I i1lrw'ilrotLer: "
-iw 4 complying'withV .,, Education. are being eon>> ,, ,, ,was. .. ... .;. Issac;.r.&ht.r:.
;/ ; .' : th.Is: .\n gard.toUWgtoetoo/ ? ; ; 1, "- : twice before; the tan tins about four formed to.. .h&k.n'ap'W;' .'f.u. **Week.." :'1,' and::: -wifeT: .., ..." '. -- "J", ',-::...-" .'
1 f"" t q ;.rds, et.,'the IMS tax .,unp.atwtu,: };11slidWU1'Yiaecber: ;; : went on jean ltgo;'A"" : .Prof. ,Dorssy Mid that the two Iota The''' dlfctf-.wnr. : b ti':"thoroughly I' ' e r' '- ":.. --., k. '.. '",
': ,, r*.declared Illegal 1 and, the property ewi Labor"Pay,;.returning,hero Thursday ,Mr.,Stfllwell says ho hardly xeoegnUes which vwere. given,by'>> Cot.,D. L.. eke I c1 eaDeca' Jj ,.11..., r.i .&.'...LJ''{-' fel'- .rn __,lJT1Ie -
x. the place It has grewa so mseb.13.wiu.r3nrA1. to:th..chool'; children:far a .school;t Mondajr'iilght'ihat" hi'')roud( Bet w.eeAtraaeose. Maw '
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.f MU*',Anneta NlcoU .has., '.been api:. rr design* on.'the.taffetas

I 1. . pointed bacteriologist ',for Topeka' in..high,faror: ,' yfMis ,
: ,AN OUTING SUIt.. : I c (. JUVENILE SUIT., ,t tfJffff' ...:; health- ,,food, and milk..department.. II:,.....",. oIL .4 ,

: ? !!Jfff"tfft fJ: :ftf Sff The Effect of :JefJffff:$ 'tS! ffSf r. 1I ti00 --..,, : 'J\mc'\Hi graduated j" ;
Fashion Notes "
,Between and 8,000 neie girl recently "
: '' women are 1resentatly.
;i ,PraatUal and. SmartThiat: MedlshOutfit For' the; I pow employed a* conductors on the lumblk! Unlrersityv act's. g. .

1 : .c..tu..... ,,., .Coot.Day. I .:liomesicknesson :High :$ohol ,GIrt I \ itreet-cars, in, Germany *f Vastar college .Jit ,J. '

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Children. r'Daririt the''put year.a quartr of college at Canton China. : 1It.
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Autumn hllcome
c. 'The The that
theory college
million, dollars: worth t of women's ,
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"old maidla ,
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:, ; 1 France \ -- . Stephen college list of l: '
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Children. often duffer from homesickness Button ''are to" De largely used' as !After September 1;'women employe 1811< 260 are listed a* uarrie< > i' 'lea J
7 Ar4h1 when away from home, and if the 41 Y ,dress trimmings Indicationspredict in the laundries of Massachusetts will J- M, i. '... v 11' 4 *< ',

condition continue after a reasonable 4 present receive, not; less than 8. .per.. week., .. : TRANSFORMATION j :i'',> : ,:;. ,

I A length of.tlme they-sbould be humored : : 1*_ that child should be encouraged Women will r.Plae.tlie, men ' ,
-not !a Smocks are now made of ,jersey cloth fpost- "Prow If T., v> '
id remaining tied to It* mother' apron and are delightfully soft and supple In men" in England just as fast as they See how'pf ton he turn; *' a turtle--.. ' d,

string all Its life but the first visit spite of their fullness. van be trained to do the .work, thoroughly dove into .snapping hturtie.Judg.Slippers t $

away from the maternal roof should .
be carefully arranged so- as not of,1black'.at1n'tor'.vening', '
to have a disastrous effect upon the r.-I for Plain sports.fellf! hats TheJ'.re, untrimmed made, In are bright worn :Mrs. Adelia EllUon, of Beloit, WI... wear, with a deep plaiting' or..tmj'' r
recently celebrated her fGth' at the .
happiness of future visit and *ubaequeut birthday standing.upright /,'
mortification and unhappiness, yellow, green, blue and pink and also by smoking- her clap pipe and hoeing slipper, are oneof. In white. ** J '
her garden. 1 J _
which sometimes last aU on.'. life. > fany" .

Children are lonely little creature, Contrasting linings'in coat*' for day TIN OsMs* That .ale IM Aflset #

and a* their live are usually very regular and evening wear... usual. Often fig and Evening full and frock in the main are short BweBM-a< 14 bale ..*...........-.LaXA.t 0 )
mad. of lace
or net on vivlcaOMoQoutagisbatbrtba.adtM ."
any departure from the dally routine urea are used for the linings, and some taffeta or faille or chiffon with iiwa .- a.drinciBB doss >ot _.w ___ So:, I" ",
is very upsetting. It i* a* well fora smart coats are lined with two colored handsome occasional U b.... __lur the t.U __ :! .
brocades, the stl- look Jar the Icmstan a s ,W. OaOVK. J a ,''?.
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child to be so used to going to sleep Checked allk. ... '''1' V
by himself from the first'and to learnto t
help himself a* soon a* possible.But Sleeves on some of the new evening 1JI ,,.

no matter bow carefully guarded frock ere no .more tban little ruffles, A. L. HOLMES dnp. LAWRENCE :," '
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a child is, there may come a time when sometime of tulle edged with bead *

he will hear some amy talk from the and sometimes held out with a flexible BUILDING CONTRACTR5Holmes ) {

maid from other children about
or wire at the lower edge.
burglars or ghosts or other nocturnal 1 f.:

frights, which will upset in an Instant Buttons seem an odd hat trimming 1 and Lawrence: :.. i.:>t. (

nil the sensible mother training with yet three big white pearl buttons are

subsequent difficulty in getting to sleep fastened on the twilled ribbon band The Bungalow 'Ment i :

s and need for mother' constant pres + that encircles the crown of a broad ?'': / -.

ence. brimmed black velvet hat. Want to figure with yon on that building: 'Our price 'are iic" 5.\' : ,

There is no use In scolding a child for and our work i* the best. Wemallfl..pedaIt7.ot.JJ1teriol..Trl-.i.. .1r
such fears, for often grown persons A hem of tulle is used on some even' Hardwood Floor., Window and Door Screens! : ",,;: :,*, ,+""t t rt

have them, although will find thatmost Ing frocks of' tal\.ta for young girls. "* f
you For reference, see 1. A. Barclay .new home.. -', if!'jf" ';,",- '
adult sufferers have had them The skirts exceedingly short and (' '' "
Estimate mad on all classes of work. ? .', '(" .> ,
from childhood. Happy now is the full and tbe tulle hem extends about 'a';"
P. O. Box 117 St t.o.l Are. .
DIUlnghaBV ,
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mother who has made her children two Inches below tbe taffeta :
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open with her. She alone can over r"pg

come these bedtime fancies by judi- Big Quaker collars are made in many ". '. I 4I.'i .r...t'...
cious comforting sensible thrashing out materials. First of organdie or other 'p .
of the subject and diversion in the way plain sheer white fabric, they are now r

of Introduction of other stories at bed. made of white or colored mull and even ':-1. ;; A WISE MAN:,' :'r.f ,1/ :-.j:
time. of lace or all over embroidery.. i carries .a deat'FIREJNSUJl.; ,; ;,. a'; ': ': .'
... tar ANCE to his i> 't
But If a nervous child must for some I .protect ' ';+
while he 1 Hvlnrand ample UFK: '., .- t"
Beads embroidered in a design
Intrusted to are
n>au. FOB TBAMPIMO.Shepherd's reason be sent away or an .
others care at night let the bedtime that Incrusts the ends of some Of the INSURANCE to: pretect his .1.. f f ft i'/
black blue and AND SMAJtT. u,. in the event:of klp eath.; ,H\ ;" h'
j>lnld or companion be carefully cboneu. Children DTTBABLB new black silk and satin hand bags. .. ., I 'Ii '
white, features tbls jaunty suit. Tbe in silver and have abe inure iris N rnrjcanaclty ,t7I
mounted 1
are much afraid of ridicule and This simple suit for the schoolgirl are I by taking out an'AOCIDENT'mtadT'> '< 'a ."

circular skirt Is finished around which the store up many hopes and fears In their may be developed lu serge or covert strop handles of ribbon or stitched silk HEALTH POLICTV: ,Be, ...H...'.: I. ."

Lottoui with a straight strip, own little hearts to be worried over at Its only trimming Is a cloth l belt at the safe aide.. .if.?.:r ,*), \ '" '" -s ; 4 '
keeps its shape well. Please noticetile l bedtime. When mother Is not there to normal waist line and patch Prediction Is made that for autumn We writ., all-lines or"'INSUB-*) .'V*>&

good looking belt-one style front comfort the homesickness may be very to hold roomy tennis balls wear voile and eta mine in heavy, ANCE'that'insnre."aad'e.dures' .!' /v: ,'
pockets big enough
and a novelty at the back. Cloth top uiMcre at that time and somebody who coarse weave are to be featured. These i None but RELIABLE old line com.i; ', <
and notebooks. The buttons bone.
are "
boots and a sailor hut 1:0 well with this knows how to coi>o with the situationcan are both desirable fabrics, for they panic in thla agency." *' . +t

design. do much to o'ercowel/ With 'heavy boots and gloves' and n have an element of durability that D. G.WAGNER '. i' .,. ..; '
boyish hat and tie daughter will IM makes them economicaLSilk ,7a. Secend Floor OtlEWs ,Bank'Bldg....; :l."J'. ,
It Is an excellent plan always to give equipped for at least the next few .Kiaslmmee.Fla. 1-. ;;

SEWING AS AN ART. a baby Its water from a teaspoon rath- months of school, for durability Is the ; :\ ,.\ G
er than from a bottle l because In this first word In this case. Jersey suits are worn for sports. ;, '.-
There are a sweater jacket and skirt, :
will learn to
a tiny baby
A"1JThe ndulum Swings Back, and Girls way even <:
Y Invaluable usually a sash or scarf to match and '" :.
Ar Taught to Saw. drink from a spoon-an
should know bow to knowledge when It Is necessary to give CHILDREN'S FALL CLOTHES.How often a jaunty little cap, made with a ," ... :\ :
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Every woman
point on each side, one ending in a tassel ."
medicine. When a child is sick the I'I'f-'
eew.masculine There minds Is a* that mistaken every notion woman In kidneys are only too prone to be affected Young Girls Are Prettily Dressed the other fastened !down with a I R.. S. F'LOYSD'Dealer ; '.\ *. !T I IJp -)\

does know bow to sew. But this is by and It is essential to provide Thus Fall Days. silk: covered button.Lacings

ruling. There are plenty of water especially in cases like Children's wash dresses suitable for .t "" ""
no means a general '
a number of the fair sex who scarlet fever, where kidney complications school wear are in glugbams, percales, appear In some of the new In '
usual than not. ratines, cordallnes and frocks and blouse Sleeve are sometimes "" -I
have skill whatever with needle and are more linens piques -
no A child with a tendency to constipation other heavy wash fabrics. Many are laced from the elbow to the '
thread and are quite unable to mend Groceries Hay Grainand'Feedx' :;:Jj'i 'J
much less to make their own attire. or any stomach trouble should be In plain colors trimmed with checked, wrist, sometimes from the boulder to ,. ..t

When the first movements were encouraged to drink plenty of water. plaid or striped material while othersare the elbow. Lacings appear down the .

i made toward the higher education at if it rebels against a full glass give of a fancy material trimmed "with front of blouses and at tbe collar. The Corner Broadway and)Qalrttl'Atel' : : t f;' - -

women, the movements which originated half or even a quarter of a glass at a a plain fabric. Combinations of middyor lacings are contrasting color usually. 1>
women' colleges and time, and make a game of ItIt is blouse of plain color with a skirt of FoHFeSd' "
the Xpurtiext Order
Try on : : f
Fur trimmed sweater coats, too, are
plaid, or vice .
educational centers of today, the effort just as Important to provide good versa are very pretty. "; ". :' ;
C. fashion. Made In and
,to improve feminine education and drinking water U good food. and for Colored worsted dresses are also in a gaining In plpk
the first few'daya at a new place one of In blue and pale yellow and white ,sllk.
'fltV, 1'-se* It 'above the mediocre intructlon great variety style serges poplins and collar and cuffs of
should make the children drink rather worsteds with hem ,
day went to'the other and'checked plaid ,
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and sparingly until the properties of the Some are made in sailor effect, while whit foxvthey are admirable for wear . '
; 'extreme, and Greek and Latin and frock. : : " \ : ':' ', %
vl, t'' .mathematics completely usurped the water have familiar., other have ,the middy blouse or the with afternoon even evening '11' t,' ., .. , .' / ' ,:.",'1 '."",.. H.'f"t't,'' "J
atthe, seashore II.DdlD the mountains,. .., : '
., :'place of the domestic art. new college'blouse with smocking a ; ",-

,,;. m Dressmaking and housecraft In all Its A Word to the Sunburned. In dressy little frocks combination. 4 \ .:., : \ : ,"
of worsted and silk, such with Have a Hobby. STOKES. SEEDS1a ''' '
serge 'r
s4} branches bad no place In tbe curriculum Sunburn is often extremely painful. ,'' ,
\ plaid or check silk are seen. Corded The woman who is not Interested inthtngd .' '.. i'11 "
:''t' of the modern college girl, In many' cases where a girl has been '
secs the young lady who came back flfom out In the sun practically all day the and plain velvets are combined with In general or something In par- . r.. .'f'..- - \.*.,. ... :.J1i.

:': :, her finishing school might be very skin blisters and causes very real suffering. satin cbarmeuse or fancy plaid, checked tlcular is an uninteresting companion. \ V"*, '\I;**:;1)1 ,>''f'"
how beautiful she be '
literature and the sciences, or striped silk. No matter may ;r.\ : :
I-/: ,. learned In 'It-la- wise girl who knows / ,
': but was very little use when It came how to care for her own .unburn, for For older girls three piece suits are her charm will be minimized or of carefulplanter's' '\ .

'.". to sewing and dusting and the many she will save herself a good bit of pain popular. They consist of 'simple' little short duration. are grownl'orJ j&
life. serge/ or gaberdine dresses with a short, The victim of ennui o Indifference ij ;
: duties ef ordinary home by doctoring It at once. "
f Now the pendulum is swinging back When you return to the house after '\snappy coat in NorfOlk. Russian or box victimizes everybody about her. Her I ",1r'l ,. .. I".
In to that effect of the same materiaL Flat collars friends may look upon her and admire ; : ('"
see even
and glad
again one a day In the open and find your arms, Stokes Seed Farms ,CompanyMOORESTOWN ; "
but she is decidedly uninteresting :
her beauty ; .
the most advanced of girls' schools Include neck and face all rose colored from the ere almost universally worn, and . ,h
housewifery and other useful accomplishment sun don't stop to question why, but sleeves are usually set in at the regular and even a little bit of her NEWfJERSEY /;,.-

In tbelr list of subjects. start in treating it at once. The burn armhole finished off with a flare society is generally an overdose. To : -
'y' to be studious and cuff or made in Bare effect starting be blase Is not to be interesting. If
It is perfectly} easy never hurts the first day. and sometimes '" .
thoroughly' well educated, to have a it does not the second day but from the elbow. you are weary of everything in life '"

good working k'nowledge; of the urts- you will certainly get It the third unless Children's coats are8de with a you need the attention of a physician; ' '

'i and sciences, to know languages and you are very. careful. Don't wait slight flare In tbe lower section. Sometimes there Is something wrong. with you SEED QTXTQES: : : .1' : der

t ;' history, and yet be able to handle a until- the skin begins to itch and smart a coat Is'cut in two sections and mentally and phy.lcally.Bo y /

Wy needle and cook a dinner. before you put on a cream but at the joined together at the normal or slight lnl( new and interesting in FOR FALL .PLANTING .';. : 1 ?
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this world is cropping out every ,
'f girls are Inclln- ly lower waist line, this joining cove
So many quite young first sign of rose color where white P d \ l' I

h....t ,ed to think this 1* impossible. They usually is, start yotir doctoring. ered by a, belt or !sash. A yoke some ute.those The'who most see things Interesting/ and get people all possible are- ; ; Spaulding Rose No. i. First' CI...* seed "1.25 ''"lrund'41'' '' :\

t'9 feel that floury hands and an Intimate Cocoa .butter la'ezcellent to take the times appears; in the back sometime aDd fifty pound bag, freight prepaid. STOCK' LIMITED.',
them. An exhibition
I -:.'l acquaintance with a dustpan and sting out of sunburn, and witch hazel In treat Sometime as many as four pleasure out about ; ; order promptly. .. 'i. ., RI Place; ;
of indifference to things
")I\i.-;!; brush are thing to be avoided. A cream Is another fine emollient Rub pocket. appear on a coat and they are you .I I l". lirXa" .
\,1 and again In the Uf. also used on belts. Smocking and band Is not'an evidence of intelligence.! Intelligent <; ',
come now either one in well at the first appearance ( ; '
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people are the ones whose ...1".:\ q ,
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a.\llJ... 'yearly every woman which demands of the burn and then again the embroidery trims wee coats, and braids : "

('"f.\ .).. the performance of these simple duties, next day and you will not be bothered and button. trim all coats. Krlmmer, eyes, are open. That is the way they KILGQRE SEED COMPA NYj, ;}i \

t and the girl who is totally unprepared much by the pain and Itch. beaver, otter, seal mole, chinchilla, become intelligent Suchpeople are : fJ ,

.J., 'i for such emergencies may find herself If ;you are well burned and do not squirrel, ermine and coney as well ss the most Interesting. Sometimes they cm'ORJDA. 'N ." t.J'
I are so Interesting that even If they "
'at.)0 in a sorry plight Indeed attend to the skin at once ;you will' find velvet In plain colors and novelty happen to lack beauty that fact Is.for . ....... . . .. ......... ..... .. ........ ... .. .,..... ......, ., ;. .
.; i There I* Infinite wlsdpm la teaching that the smart and sting once begun stripes and check, are used for collar, 1 \ 1,1 ','

In their teens to make their own are almost impossible to stop. After cuff and other trimmings. gotten Admiration. for their intellect \ ..."....'. ... ',.. ....... ,1 "
i .., to cook and to clean and make the flesh ban begun to prickle and Itch Some one has said that everybody .
should ride a hobby.
; room, and there are fortunately yon will probably pile- on creams but About the Umbrella. *

I.sJr1.8, mothers who instruct their nothing doe very much good until the There 1* a very genera belief that S 1 1&p

themselves in these matter burn has worn itself out. The two umbrella were Invented and first used May Lumber c I Iglkre

i' : will-not be wearied with needleWork remedies mentioned may help to relieve by Jonas Hanway, the celebrated Eng Cloth Tree For the Children. .. }

':r"k.' t t; M her handiwork produces a newS pain, but they will not atop It lish philanthropist This I Ie an error. Much work and confusion may be f

; : ,and dainty: gown for her own adOI'D.i unless applied the first day. # Ila&way was perhaps the first matt voided when the children undress %t 4. Wholesale and Retail De In 14(:,."' 1 wlYi

y':4rto: > \Intent, and cutting out tacking and who walked tbe London streets wit I night If each one 1* made the proud I

:" H stitching are double In interest when von THX WOMAN WHO arec>rra. an umbrella over his head to keep 06 possessor of a small bat tree or' clothes YELLOW PINE LUMBER s.4.., f

/vv.the completed garment will be some does the rain and we are told that "after tree, or costumer, I. It U called.' ? ,
'te 'J, _tf, thing Jo be proud of. who crochet And what woman continuing to use one for thirty year These come In white enamel mahogany t P -u?*!

;1t" :, t*'*. ' not crochet these day! Her pool of be saw them come into general use." or say other finish of wood, stand Shingles and Laths

:' .r U r Turning Leaves.tres erocbet'cotton wilt unwind freely from He died In 1780. so that the date when four and one-half feet high and hare ,
o. ''''. ... are turning: verrwher this basket, and the lace and book can ,
.Tae he Introduced them mot have been eight branches a branch for each article '
.4 and sold and brown. I HOUSE BILLS A SPtIAITY '
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"f" %.,And all the winter night and dar Fishing In Msdagssoarr 2.000 or' 8.00Q years before this. On ness and order and everything ready we M ? bJffhtilrl
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< Kfesimmec, 'Valley I N Gazette 'I'i ARGUMENT'VS.1'ABtJME j j"Whom cl?vjLORIpAFAVORED: } nx. 'AT1xlE aidfAboutKissiminee': "t t cM, )

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',1' the gods 'would ,destroy, they When we''' read of Imricanes and storms ..
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.1.; III .....:r Oaaett. B."..... Klad..eer rie. first make mad"-"-perhaps that is not ex floods and cold 'waves, even this :early"in ,

",[ 'R' BARRIB '.I'fD' '1Do 'O.,VAN AQNKW. owners.y. actly quoted, but It, will serve oilr purpose.STSmo the fall, in the, West, North and East""we FORGET( THE'WAR:

,'I. i ..- BU ,l'fAVOL'IDo' .ID/tt.e, ... Manager.r . three weeks" ago the St. Cloud Tri are truly thankful that we. live in Florida, Visitors returning from other parts ''E.- E.: Naugle, the'',bright and,brilllait -, 4

,1l', ",... . ..........U_ tnaen bune took occasion to impugn the motive a state signally favored ,by nature., bring the 'most encouraging news ,of { editor ,of the Kisslnjmee; Valley.:

OPT, On, Tear .,_..___.._.__,.,__., '1.10 of those who placed legal advertising in the And just as we ;were ,about to RO into I the business, revival.: They are alone Gazette, was shaking hand with his
II: o pyaia Month._ _....._........._..... 1.00opjr
"': ,, Thr. Months-....__??._-.....":'....- ..Ity Valley Gazette, claiming] that they did HO testacy over this condition of affairs"", ;we In predicting a winter of unprecedented old newspaper friends !fn Jackonville'
v I read in the editor of the Fellsmere Tribune activity. One Orlando man expresses last Saturday and report the"Valleyof
less note that
s : All communications, except from our authorised because it would IH widely
orr..pondantm, must be signed by th. writer. the situation' well when he the Kissimmee in flourishing condition. (
Tribune. \ to it It in the
columns than in thorn of the haHIat us as were, r
f. Rejected matter will not be return.d unless called says they have forgotten the war in .-MacClenny Standard.
:rer. We answered that statement by pointingout following well-written remarks: tho north and are getting down toi +- ,1

:i' ',, +'(tBnterad In the'Postofflo In Klsslmmea, Florida, the fait that t the Tribune was owned A8 wi- wan the reports of floods which bm sit\ess.\ That's good. Let's forget 1 This is the, dap the big meeting of,

,,! ',I'll','':- /.* .* ondolaasFJRIDAY piatt.r.l and operated by the Seminole Land & Investment have 01me o<'r Mirriiif throughout the the war. The cotton situation was the Central Florida Highway Association -

:; \\If' SEPTEMBER 17 1915 'omptm and wii>! not as the law whole.toiintry with the resultant enormous more affected by the war than any ]j I will meet at Lakeland.Its growth
: 'i, ; '
) : ,,.: I require a newspaper' of general circulation ]losses in c'l ups mid) improvements\ and theniniN.iss other in the south, perhaps. Yet the has been steady and consistent. Froma i i
in the county in winch the pait\ 01parties (' ,i )he\ situation in Florida, wecnnont cotton planters are getting better than little gathering at Kissimmee in

? \: A .;((RING THE TOURISTS HERE; I I I to the legal anion reside!
,;.-{ h'' Itiis+ to be regretted that every man in which the land in (question{ is !Mtn.iled! We : favored a :slate Om' nijns )lime been heavy remembers when cotton sold for four formidable organization. It is composed -

;''f',' *the'city (and the women as well i was not 1 I stilted also that the. paper. t tin.iined by\> tliconipam ill the past. foil' months and on the' lands cents-then were hard times in I state. of Good the roads most meals virile much men in to the the
r'ti Georgia, and there
a ,In attendance at the mass meeting held at I (' I nt 11 t ]Ions" of a <'olll"idc'I'uhl( >l sum' inexcess \\lieie lemmings 1 s hteins ale being' developed was no war to i'I I future of this state,-Orlando Senti- )
(I cause it or to complain about. Let's'forget
_ : i., !the band stand oil Broadway last Friday of Us' iiKoinc.jvas |printed i tnst" and l: lint iiie" not complete, the( water IIIIH the and about'our nel. ,t

E :evening. If all could have imbibed from! foiemo in the interests of eomitpamiy.l] stood ]louder/ " than we desire, hut the manner undismayed.war, go business --0--

!'the,enthusiasm displayed by the njx>akeis, We did not question, (the right of the $emiti- in w hit h the) systems of drainage which Obliterate the Germans and the allies Farm Demonstrator B. E. Evans of ..--

t fa" great wave of activity would surely have) well' along in development) have handled Osceola county, makes his first re- i 1
",.J Hole Land &. Imestinent ('ompiiin] to operate Hie : with a thought-happy thought!
which ahows that Osceola"Is i developing
resulted. As it is the of the meetingis port,
I effects The Tribune, nor did) we intend to this t the chief Florida probJC'fi ill many : Orlando Reporter-Star.
rapidly along all agricultural t
> is ,, \'should begin to show themselves as the of neceHsit\ liMJilities to careful observers of --- Y
r imply{ ) that t settlers t wcie not a }proves lines.-Tampa Times. '1\\
.".winter, season comes on. :, thus encouraged to route to Ost'eola fount t y. the] situation that the end of our difficulties With seeming unanimity the think- -+- .

4 *(1:,/The big items suggested by the sj)>eakerstas All of HUH is well and good Weant.. to in this direction is in sight and the ing press of Florida agrees that free State Inspector gives Osceola Coun- ,

a means of bringing more winter visitors St. Cloud and We have optimiKtu feeling] of our people is soaring. puffing of politicians is coming to be, ty a clean bill as to her groves. No t
Nee prosper. .
'\ them grow to say the least, an imposition, and if : citrus canker in the county. That's (
y pleased I ,
"l, ,\\tO the-city-aud sending away : nothing against" our neighboring city. We Meanwhile we are hugging ourserves as we ''t
t. this sentiment if evolved into action worth publishing. -Orlando Citizen. --o ,
with: their stay were : a thorough cleaning situation with that of
? realize that who settle there our our
every ,nan compare the time yill when ;
{ come campaign expenses -+-
+ up of the city ; the building of a free swim brother.Vhen the latter loses the
northern the ended
and makes success' i8 just one more living will not be cut by beginningwith During summer just \}

/ t riming+ pool ; the_providing of amusements example of what Osceola) county can do ; I his crop through climatic disturbances he the newspapers. Certain facts in cattle owners of Lee, DeSoto Polk .

{ q 'din the way of tennis courts, golf courses that what is Ht Cloud's success, Is in a : is done for until the following season, political campaigns are news and and Osceola counties have shipped ,

.t, k tt quoit and croquet grounds, band concerts,:1 way Kissimmee's success. We know that which is another year, while with us, four should be published for the information I thousands of cattle to the great pack- .
k, a 1 \\t etc., and the bulkheading of the lake. ,, the growth and development of Kt Cloud] months is all that is necessary to bring us of readers. To go further, how I ers of the West. Even now these cattle i 1 1I

+i I4 ; t,' :[:;): ;;jKisaimmee can do every one of these.. has helped in the development' of Kissimmee to the next harvest time. In other words, ever, and thnjwj>ajS rs wide open to I I, may be coming back to Florida in" 1
things. She should do them. But just so the gentry seeking'offices is giving the guise of "prime Western beef, ,l
three northern
> -l for one must in reaching St. Cloud by one year here is equivalent to '
:; for which we 22c a pound and up. J
with about them the kind of valuable which
long satisfied talking
as we are which northern space
This is fact our -
Kissimmee. All of these a
rail first come to years. ;.
be ;
There should by all means, a big
( i them without any definite action, just so things we realize and have not denied friends should seriously consider. We even a business man could not pur- j I II Florida cattle into merchantable beef. ".
chase for exploiting his It
long we will stand in the background of That was not the meat in the discussion may get: three times as much of productivity will be a most sensible condition wares. of -Punta Gorda Herald. I';

.; other cities which are bringing in each win The question was one of circulation in into our life here as in the North. Flor affairs when the who wishesto .
:ter a large number of visitors. ida has claimed absolute immunityfrom politician . ... . . . . ..... .. .. . .
Osceola county as a basis of legal publication never reach the readers of a paper with + +
few who do not believe
There are a persona climatic disasters but she rightfullydoes
notices. his
i of legal message comes to realize that the O THETHORNWELL O
K that it pays to provide entertainment In answering: this argument The Ht claim a minimum of such trouble with way to do is to take space for his personal I. ORPHANAGE O

r, xfor tourist*. They believe this because Cloud Tribune has Htoopc to that ever three times the recuperative power. advertisement the same as the + +

: they seem to believe that tourists do not ready weapon of personal abuse to cloud Ko we may say that the Floridian is the merchant would do in advertising his ..... . .. . .t..t . . ..

i .." benefit the city. We believe that the entertainment the issue when argument based upon fact fortunate one, and our troubles} ) are infants bargain sales. -Miami Metropolis. !1 In view of the approaching Orphan- ,

; of tourists would pay; even was beyond the question We will not as against; the lusty maturity of the less The Democrat has kept pretty mum Work Day, (Sept 25th) on which day
.- Jf.tbeamount, r: spent upon their entertainment regarding candidates for the public (
answer this tirade of invective }heaped on everybody in the state will be busy
't- the amount left office so far in the this time, but
than they game
was more the head of the writer Our ability as a This month we are }planting crops and I for his or her own orphanage, I think

f in, the community during their stay. newspa]>er editor does' not enter into the gathering crops ; next month it will be the we will gladly give the boys all the II it maybe well, for the information of
to blow
space they care use to their
That'a a broad statement and we realize discussion as vital IHSUC. same and) for the whole :{(55( days of theyear all concerned, to mention a few facts,
/ horns at the for
own regular rate
just exactly how broad it is, but we have But the real beating of the quotationwith t this goes on There is a significancein i such advertising.-Suwannee Demo- about this Presbyterian Home for Orphans -

en argument to support it.L'1 which we 1)l gun this article is t that in this which should impress' the' thoughtful crat. i ; for the Thornwell Orphanage
"We want to start that by ask is owned and controlled by the three
f\ argument its the St Cloud Tribune admitted' ) lender" and turn his eyes and his feetill -- -- I
lug What has made :Miami and Synods of South Carolina, Georgia
": a question the truth of the basic statement of our argnntemit our diiec tion. We recently sent out several hun- I
", , 'BtTPetensburg two of the most progressive dred polite notices of overdue sub- and Florida
i when' it said: I The Institution; is not
Iv and cities in Florida? There scriptions to the Lake Region, to an asylum
I''. \ prosperous "The SC"/loh'; l Land mill TIII'I'Ht/lH'lIt IH."OOI)' FKii: HOIIiK) ): PLATE nor a reformatory, but it is a home
';' ;is.but one answer and that answer is tourIsta. which no attention was paid by a respectable -I '
.: ('nmprrlllfftallli"lr'rI l The'nlmnc /("lien it :- and school for Orphans only It in '
.' ''''' ':I i. '- ., How' have tourists made these cities t minority whose names we
li.. } l ,Xt ('lolld midnix rOadulF ;il 1 ill full to the overflowing, with i
\' ; founded / / I One prospective" ] ( candidate. pus solved' tin shall strike from our lists. We are : now ; some J
., 'you may a filHIIHKll; loHH flOIH \\tn !flltt t IKKltt/ Ulltll "high cost of lixing" ill the' matter of campaign stopping their papers because we two hundred applicants waiting for '.
will illustrate this with little
%'We point a Three hundred children
/: admission.
t' toclllY expenses) That undulate' is the heard several of these delinquent subscribers -
;.story of what might happen )here. are now in the cottages and schools of
There have it. That's exactly' at church sing "Jesus Paid It
you just lion F. A, Wood, of St 1'etersbuig' who is
., Bill Smith of Podunk Mass, home Children with fathers t
; 'Suppose living
l. our Htiiteinent One needs to ask but one attempting to tide into the go\ernoi's hair All. The earnestness of their singing i f
+" other northern city comes to KiH even though deserted, cannot be received
.. .ol any ,
'". ? impressed us, and we beg their
CI\WHtion-\VJIY on the popularity wave which )he hopes to I The children need and de-
is we'llentertained
thls winter. he /1
: :t: ,'. "f"4eimmee:\ Suppose/ The) Tribune closes its screed with another create for his", plans to place the county offkials pardon for not knowing that they had I but the state should
;t and likes Kissimmee so well serve help, see
made arrangements for their liabilities -
I : timeworn proposition of giving f tOO of Florida on a salary basis. that their fathers do their '
duty by 'I'i
because he is shown a good time that heW that So if
; '. in manner. you owe J
.A to charity if it has on its books fewer names He has sent out to the Florida press a their children. I
_ W .'.decides( to purchase property and.make the this paper anything on subscription, ((;
\>. : of property owners in Osceola county than three column article in "boiler plate" set- I Our boys and girls are not only ,
.. v'city his winter home. He will as .a result job work or advertising, we will send "'
the Gazette. While do not admit that given good literary education, but "'fare
we ting forth his salary basis,plan and carry- if will remember a ,
a us
his you you
"f :;>i'; .;:spend a'good' part of, year living right I '
7 attached to the it has more names of property owners on ing a two column photograph of himself in your devotions the next time you taught some trade and are enabled.r-. : i
here. lie will become city '
: ; f
:uf ; J
: '',he' iU'be, interested financially in its its subscription books we can very readily And he is giving this ,to the press, so his! sing that familiar hymn, "Jesus PaidIt to take ear* of themselves when they "

l.-; :. > see how it can claim a large number of this letter states, absolutely 'tree: He doesn'teven All. tear us.The .
,- and prosperity. He will home I
growth go support of all these fatherlessand
class of readers, because every real estate ask that it be published. He takes Watch the date of expiration of I.
'I.+; ,r' .and tell Tom Jones, his friend, what a nice motherless childrep depend upon ,
.. \. company engaged in exploiting a settle that for your subscription on the little labelat \'
*. granted. '
i found. Next the Christian Of l
has the
r he
season public.
4. "place course
the of the Bret and either
ment or townsite sees to it that literature Florida page I
number of l
Strange to a
:4Jonee and probably several other say appeal for them is made principallyto
Tojn, ti
fJi' ; send us cash for renewal or mark
; about the section is sent out to your
purchasersand have been taken in by the propositionof
but children
t t.E. of his' friends will come. In a little paper "Refused" and hand it back to Presbyterians, as are
: IiI : prospective purchasers. We are not and have
getting something for nothing received from all denominations
will be of thesefriends'
while ,there a big colony your postmaster, who is required by
putting our subscription list up againstthe the article. The article while it is without to the aid :;
"(I s': / from the North located right hereJLn printed law to notify publishers of such no- respect parents, ? !
mailing list of a real estate concern. is than Mr. from anybody and is
+ Kis mine. Since they are interested not so written, nothing more tices.-Eustls Lake Region. everybody very law
We claim to be operating a newspaper as a Wood's and he is sending much appreciated
campaign platform -+-
make the .:
begin plan
J tfiieywill business in itself and not as the sidelineof it out free of charge because he wantsthus'to In ten years Florida will rank with The plan of the Orphan Work Dayis oii

?clt'even.more attractive. They will findmeans.of another Besides this any state in the South in the matter to Interest young and old to help 91. :
company. .get the public.
; investing their money with us. Mr. Wood has Claude L'Engle of hardsurface roads,'public improvements us by their labor. Contributions are ,f r.
By their efforts they will attract more peo- that will be, the means of inducing made by those on the Sunday following .
DON'T WASTE TIMf ON SKUNKSA late as nts agent and ..
;,, ,pie..>and- more capital to our community congressman, presa millions of new capital to I (Sept. 26)) and the rifts prompt-
"' 4- ', ...,,"" and we will all profit from their efforts..That'll number of northern papers have taken the Honorable Claude likewise sends along come into the state for investment and I ly forwarded. The address of the i

-:: '-. just exactly what they have done occasion to attack the South as a result of some column or more of similar "dope"boosting many thousands of new settlers. In : Thornwell Orphanage is Clinton,' S. C. y
o;, ''"
:3 ,:for ain1.'and.' St. Petersburg and for any the Frank case in Georgia. That great de Mr. Wood's game. If Mr. Wood the matter of these fine hard surface Individual gifts are always accept- )

.' ': number of other cities. Florida needs morecapital fender of the South, the Manufacturer's really wants to get publicity, he should pay public highways Volusla; county will able.
IX ':'i \ \. j I
;, it in the of the be the first. Volusia County'
it needs more good citizens, and Record, of Baltimore, has BO well expressedour for way advertising just among -
other candidates will do.
views on the subject that we are reprinting -same as
is when
"; f" 'fthe\ way w get them to see strang- . -+- Advertised list for the two weeks'ending
\. I' come among us that they are entertain- its comment herewith : Don't loaf on the streets and tell September 27, 1915. {

'' 1\ _. Make them feel that .we appreciate Southern newspaper seem to be wasting The Eustis Lake Region in its issue of strangers that your town is; dead. It, Brown, Richard; Dray, MiA Ollie '
k ; ;: '*5 and in replying to a vicious last week announced that Senator W. M. is not. The trouble is not that of a
jf, th'eir' coming. It's the old story of bread pace energy Franklin. Thomas, ((2); Keller, R. B.; ,
;" (4' o,'cast upon waters and it will return a hun- .. attack on the South by a blatherskite who Igou had sold his interest in that publication dead town, but of dead energies of too' Montgomery Miss Mattie; Scylear, ;
"l'o , *, ,11' xdred fold, if we go at it with a vim. wrote for the Chicago Tribune an editorialOn to Harry Jones, Chicago, who is a many of it's people. Show that you : Jack; Sessions, Mrs. Vernie; Temer,. V k

r. I THBN LET US DO SOMETHING. this section. Chicago has its own prob-- winter visitor at Eustis and who is interested are alive by moving lively, wide awake Miss Mamie; Troxler, J. 0.; Turner, 1
r; ,f o' ''J,-',\Let us quit talking and begin to act. lems to solve and its own skunks to get rid in a publishing house in Chicago.: The by jumping into it, on the alert by Henry; Woods, Edd.

f!'I : ,Lets work together. Let's quit pettybickering of, even 'when they happen to occupy temporarily Eustis Lake Region says : Nevertheless] in Improving there your because opportunities you are and in getting the- I I B. B. Simpson,

g and be willing to give and take in some editorial chair. The South losing Mr. Igou from the directorate we lead of the procession. -Sumpter Postmaster. { $

wl '4, :o1 views: upon the best thing to do. Let's dignifies such skunks as the one who wrote feel a distinct personal loss. lIe desires it County Times. .. ('/

the denunciation of the South in the Chi- understood that his official relations with I .
I (CLEAN-UP.THE CITY -+- Latitudinally! we ought to be so hot rwe'd

I+1 .". \ BULKHEAD, AND-'-> .A DRIVEWAY cago Tribune by .wasting its thought and the Company are severed for business reasons Last spring the editor asked an "oldresident" I blister if the breeze blew on u*. r&fel l lAs {f '

t i' f AROUND THE LAKEFRONT: BUILD A energy in replying to it. only, and because he is too much occupied what he thought of the Florl I a matter of fact, the opposite i* j,, 1

:''t : iswnaoNO' POOL AND PROVIDE The intelligent people of Chicago know with many other interests to do justiceto Ida summers. "I like the summer exactly ture. On August 31, 1915, '
better than I do the winters" the ,
)"'/MEANS OF .AMUSEMENT FOR OUR the South too well to pay heed to such falsehoods one that required BO much time and The was we ended one of the most pleasant y ; t
unexpected reply. writer
' against It.-Manufacturers Record. thought. ques- summers we ever enjoyed. We would ,.
; VISITQRSJl ff; # tioned that statement then, but he !.,
"' -: :- - go farther and say the most pleasant; >\
: doesn't You can't write bout,

!9'f :: ,\:: Jit'fd1'; of the Valley Gazette is in Recently the Valley Gazette printed an Showing how the great "mail order" the sure-enough now. cool nights; or i the motest summer idea in our that life any, if of we our had old the nqrth-Te-, <9', '"j'ri'

( ', i 'i'ece1pt'.of'; a complimentary ticket to the interview with O. W. Griffin, of this city, houses are: taking their toll from the "home certaintobeearly morning breze; ern friends would believe us. Here'i,% '.....
; .
f:Marion'County Fair'which will be held at in regard to his visit to Washington in merchants" who fail to use the power of or the refreshing showers of the'rainy an instance where the truth is stranger .' l

i I 4t' Ocala, November 23-26 Arthur: O. Cobb, company with Congressman. J. Sears, printer's ink to combat them is the follow- season. That is, you can't describe than fiction.-Homestead Enter-' y 41;

; .zf'tlie secretary( in a letter: states thaf"indi-; in which he remarked upon the popularityotXluimmee' ing i item taken from Dun's Review : Last them in the manner that would carry prise. i,

-cations-are:encouraging'forTt1i; .best fair a member the lower,house month's sales by Sears, Roebuck & Co. conviction to the average northener, +- c

I t'' J :we",have.ever,had.".. Those, 6.-.1...,."..people of of the :National Congress. .Since that pub- amounted to $7,193,581, an increase of f 1,- who reasons thusly: It's hot as Hade I The production of corn in ,Florida ?-
r, in New I miles in immense !
York Florid 1200 increasing proportion
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' ; nearer the equator therefore, it nraat 75 to 100 to the acre an ,.:r ,
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BERNARD C. ANSTED, Pres. W. ". DAWES, V. Pres. MRS. S. II. BULLOCK, Prin. Art Dept. MISS DIEBNER, Modern Languages" \ $.

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forward with every dollar I can get." experience, and a welcome repetitionof ... . . .. . .' . .. ... i ..", ;.

Speakers Urge City to I I Congressman Sears was introducedby JACKSONVILLE PLANS MEETING a pleasure for those who have enjoyed M. TILLER : ', .: / ,

President Stanford, of the board of former boat trips on the beautiful -

Provide Amusements .j I trade, as a "man who likes to talk." OF DIXIE HIGHWAY CONVENTION river. Real Estate;:Auency.J.;

In his address he it
opening said that .. .. ...
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for Winter Visitors was true that he liked to talk and especially -- KISSIMMEE REBEKAH -' :
and told.{ :
\ to the people of his home city. LODGE NO. 74, I. O. O. F. Realty bought ;

He said that he was sorry there were Jacksonville. GeorgiaFloridaDixie states; officials of the Dixie Highway Houses rented. r.. ? ,
Highway Convention will be Association; military authorities; of- Taxes paid and Titles Verified
e t (Continued from 1)) no more of the business men of the Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge, No. 74, ; .
page 1
held in Jacksonville under the ass- ficers of the Jacksonville Chamber of I non-residents. h
town present, but praised the large I. O. O. F. will hold natal day anniversary : ,

the fact that it was now the middleof number of working people who came pices of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and delegates from cham- services, on the morning of rue Life and AcddeatJD.,; 'I'I'for ;

September and high time that. Ciseimmee Commerce, Sept. 28 and 29. The pur- bers of commerce, boards of trade, automobile surance. ,
odt for their showing of loyalty to Sunday, September 26th, at the Bap- : I
of this will\ be associations and roads
was preparing to entertain pose gathering to pro- good Indemnity Bonds
the city. tist church Dr. A. J. Holt officiating.All ." 1 ;M
her winter visitors. lie also called mote the Dixie Highway project, the organizations outside of Jacksonville.And t ,
attention to the fact that it was really I "Solong as the bone and sinew of branch roads leading into the mainaru.ry there will be ladies very much in visiting Odd Fellows are cordially ... 0 00..0... i. .. ......'r"..1.'... .
the community is interested in its invited to attend. A special invitationis f
past time for some effort to be madeto and good roads throughout the evidence.I '. k";"
I growth and prosperity," he said, "we extended to Osceola Lodge, No. 74, .
secure visitors. need not fear for the future." I two States generally. I first business meeting will take I. O. O. F.Dallas .000..00. . .... ........ .. .' ,t : l'j

lie then introduced the Hon. N. C The convention has been called by place in the auditorium of the Jacksonville t. .c it !

Bryan, who was Osceola county's rep- I Mr. Sears laid emphasis upon the the good roads committee of the \ Chamber of Commerce, be- Tex.-Tweet! r i
fact that amusements must be Tweet! Every ;
resentative in the lower house of the | pro- Chamber of Commerce, which is meeting ginning at 2 p. m., Sept. 28. Presi- time Miss Esther Hoffman, beautiful w. GRIFFINStaple
vided for winter visitors and that the
las.t session of the state legislature, I I daily, except Saturdays and its dent Chas. H. Mann, of the Chamber ;f,
I young society girl of this town, takesa .
citizens should work in harmony. Hei
and asked that he make a few remarks I chairman, John H. Williams\ will act of Commerce; Mayor Bowden and Gov- her and FancyGROCERIES .
step, pet sings. She
i urged that tennis courts golf canary .
upon how Kissimmee could improve as general chairman of the gathering.It's ernor Park Trammell will make the the bird \> .. \.
1 everywhere with her,
juoit grounds and croquet grounds be
herself in the matter of attracting purpose is to make this inter- addresses of welcome at this session.
provided lie also sanctioned ,Mr.Lee's I dangling from her hand in a dainty ,
winter tourists. I state convention the}greatest of its There wil be a number of prominent !

:Mr. Bryan declared that he was no plan for a general clean-up and kind since the inc(? >lion of the Dixie speakers from this and other states cage. S ,.

speech maker, but he was always the building of a public swimmingpool. idea. and the is f 'e"
Highway I meeting expected to prove I I Piles Cured In 6 to14M Days Free Delivery to all Parts > j r
ready and willing to do anything that of the I c '
one most important good roads
The of Florida
governors Georgia, Your drtiKfflBt will refund moa.I PALO of the city
would advance Kissimmee's interests. I He pointed out how the summer reports and other states affected by the Dixie sessions ever held. I OINTMENT!! to cute any ease of Itching, ,. "o. .
i of the north had I Blind Blerdlnc or Protruding 6U 14d.T*. Y dr
"The one thing, said Mr. Bryan, provided amuse- Highway; county commissioners of A grand ball in honor of the visiting The firit ippliolian KT.. K..*. and Kelt. JOc. o.oooooooo...... ... ., r
"which 1 believe would ments for their visitors and asked that
the various counties of the two states ladies will be the event of the opening I
in line of improvement his hearers take the matter home to
most for Kissimmee the -
II I interested in the movement; mayors night of the convention. This is expected -
is to bulkhead the lake. themselves. "You wouldn't go to a ,; f. .. "",
and councilmen of the cities through to be the most magnificent '
heard this talked town where no amusement I "ft t
We have matter was .
which the main or branch roads lead, event of its kind held in Jacksonvillein '
about for but is for and where all could The Favorite Store of \\t t'' tu
years, nothing ever you you Kittimmee
officials and delegates of the various some time. The place has not been : "
done. The thing for us to do now is I do would be to sit around, if by jour- ( i'
good roads associations, chambers of decided upon and will be announcedlater. .
and act. We have the neying a few miles could find
to get busy you a .
commerce, boards of trade, automo- I II .
law passed by the last session of the I city where' there were plenty of
1 1I bile associations and similar organizations The second business session of the
and the amusement to entertain That's' I
legislature property owners you.
I ; Dixie Highway commissionersfrom I convention will take place at 10:00
have to pay for the work. Let's get i just the way tourists will\ feel about I I ,II : {
the several states and officialsof
a. m., Sept. 29, in the auditorium of
after the city council and get actionon our little city, if we do not providesome I
I the Dixie Highway Associationwill the Chamber of Commerce. More ad-
this." sort of amusement for them. We
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be invited to attend. 1 I dresses and discussions by prominentmen
Mr. Bryan alsojnentioned the matter have natural advantages second to I ,
In adition to it is of the various states affected will '
-of cleaning up the city and said that no city in the state, but we must give these expectedthat I I'I'I :
I the convention will be attendedby be features of this session, and some -WEHAVEll 1i1
all could help in this most importantitem. the people something to do while theyare I !
hundreds of good roads boostersand important actions are expected.The ;
He was loudly applauded at the here.
enthusiasts from all points in feature of the forenoon will be .J. fl.
close of his short address.Mr. Mr. Sears paid his, respects to those ,
Florida and those sections of Geor- an automobile trip to Atlantic Beach, ", i J'.\* ': :
Lee then introduced and .
was who always "hot air" whenever .
cry gia affected by the 'main or branch which is expected to be the largest .. .,,/ vi -, -"f'
that he in earnest .
showed plainly was of
).. -% in the enthusiasm which he displayed. the any city one forward suggests and a means declared that pushing this j; routes of the highway. Ladies will trip of this kind ever made to this I. connection will ear Hardware line'"we carry a complete -f{ '.. "

..... His two main items were those spirit must be overcome. "We must I'be especially invited and preparations popular resort. Many of the visitors line of furniture. We make1. a specialty outfittiBf: kernel' andhandle ./. ;

'.. for _their entertainment have already will be given their first opportunitythen reliable t. '1" '. '11(" ?
which he advanced in an interview get-away from the idea that' if wecan't 'I ,
pected to add greatly to the enthus-
in the of to see this resort and the wonder.
published Valley Gazette have will
our we
way oppose iasm and interest of the meting. ful natural highway which nature reI I Y
last week cleanliness and I Bed Room
good wa- the other fellow's. We must learn to I Furniture .Dining; .
II. S. Kealhofer of the twice a day. ,i
,. ter. He advocated a cleaning up of ,sacrifice our personal interests for the secretary paves j

'f the entire city, the cutting of weeds, !I good of the community. I am readyat I Chamber of Commerce, has taken i That night plans call for a moon-{ Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits;, ;far.l, .
I It steps to secure reduced railroad ratesto light ride on the St. Johns river. This
, lawns of flowers
trimming any and all times to sacrifice any I '
t and a general city-wide movement to ambition I may have, personal or po- !| Jacksonville for the two days set will prove a delightful novelty for I II lor Suits, Odd Chairs Rockers,; : '
II for the convention. It is expected those who have never before had the r
.. keep everything spick and span during litical, if by so doing I can advance the Couches Etc't:
the winter months at least if not | that gratifying arangements can be I I
t interests of my city, my county or my. ; k
. the entire year. He then turned his I If 'j I state." I II made in this connection. j

f lie then turned his attention i: 'I President Chas ,H. Mann, of the whelping
the entire
year. : He then declared that this talk of EXIT
I Chamber of Commerce is CALOMEL This store is making a record for itself in try ..a.!i,
to the matter of water and the a com- "
., hard times should be stopped. "There ,
t mittee of to people to outfit borne Come and .... Our price at.rigbt. '
one a
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providing of a public swimming pool is just as much money, if not more, in programof f c
where winter visitors might bathe as I I the country today," said Mr. Sears, speakers and to take care of the "'f'l ,

well as the home people as often and "than there ever was before. With as :! invitations. A tentative" program of No More Nasty, Disagreeable ====== c.. ...... I s
I unusual interest has been outlined
as long as they wished. He suggested I Woodrow by '
great man as Wilson at the Effects
, that pool be built at or i I the committee and will be further improved TOOLS I :
again a helm, guided by an omnipotent Provi FOR ENGINEERS/ :
at the daily sessions.It -
near the city water plant, where the 'I,dence, we need not fear for the fu ,,
overflow could be utilized for a con- ture."' is planned to .open the conven- I LIV-VER-LAX is now rapidly taking 'j "

tinuous supply of fresh water. He Mr. Sears was .loudly cheered at the tion with a grand automobile parade, the place of calomel everywhere. It is N. matter wbat load .f an Engine you ease--Gal, Steam,'.\ |...i. h 1 I :+

,'. I Glared that wherever he had de-I beginning at 9 a. m., Sept. 28, takingthe just as effeitive cleansing the systeni Railroad or Stationary Engine--we .bare exactly: tie Tools. yea! :: _. :
gone conclusion of his speech and as he thoroughly of l bile, toning up the liver, '
ing his summer vacation spent in stepped down froth the stand he visitors through the important and making that sluggist feeling dis- need hi yodr everyday work-Wrencbet, Hammers, Oilers, etc;:. |
suggested '
diana, Tennessee and North Carolina, that President Stanford streets of Jasksonville and its suburbs. appear like magic. Yet it is pleasantto all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price tbat wffl' 'SsorprUe R'j\j l'

he had found that cleanliness and a committee of twenty-five business appoint -- John E. Gilbert has charge of the arrangements take and has none of the disagreeable yon. Tale store bas tbe reputation of h'dIiqIT''' ?4; : /

good water were the main assets of men to lay plans to furnish for this parade. calomel after so effects much. that make us dread hardware flat is of Miperior quality and you will make .. mie-..? l a :w I :

the summer resorts. for th'e' The governors of Georgia and Flor- take in cominf ..... NOW and inspectinc our big stock. >! '. :
amusement visitors and to at- Feel fine all the time. Take LIV- .,
1 l. He also urged I that;, the lake be bulk- tract hem here. It is likely that ac- ida will head this parade, accordingto VER-LAX regularly, and health be- \ : '

headed so that the city might get the tion will\ soon be taken upon this sug the present plans. Others in the comes a habit.Guarantee. ====== ? ? .1': /J;{

greatest good from her chief natural gestion. lead will be Mayor J. E. T. Bowden, Every genuine bottle ,

s advantage. He declared that h. had and visiting mayors.-members of the bears the likeness of L. K. Grigsby, Osceola Hardware .
and if it does not satisfactionyour Company t
. give :
talked Kissimmee wherever he went Sharpening Himself.When city council of this and other cities; money will be returned. For ; ;
. and that he had found many people the train stopped at a little county commissioners! visiting and local sale in the big 60c and $1 bottles at .
southern station the tourist from the Dixie Highway Commissioners Osceola if ,t .'
visit ; Pharmacy. .:..
who said they would the city 'North sauntered .. .
out gazed curiously
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during the winter. He stated also that at a lean animal with scraggly fr
he believed that some of the men who 'bristles, which was rubbing itself

would come here would be men of against a scrub oak.
.' "What do you call that?" he asked Limited
means who might be interested in a curiously of a native, according to theLadies' Potash has : i.
proposition to bulkhead the lake as Homo Journal. I supply

\. a private exploitation under some sort "Razorback hawg, sun." II I l given an incentive to look Q JI m Wirl / '

Of with the "What is he doing rubbing himself r | jj f "
an arrangement property against that tree?" | more thoroughly into plant nutrition lil 1 '

owners, if the city did not start the "He's stropping himself, suh; just I .3J with view to utilizing products at hand to the very PtA3 -i 1 t
work as a public proposition. himself." t. I ;
,. stropping | best purpose. The result of efforts this "
1! Near the close of hi. address Mr. I our along line la Tf/5 Ai t

I' Lee asked that all those who were withY "' A Bad Card. r

him in the plan to clean up the city player."You'll" have to fire that trombone e Florideal Fertilizer-Equal Results-Less+ Potash

|f; to rise to their feet. Practically every "He plays all i right," objected the j It Ii .o carefully blended that when land in WwiUpai'itiiflRr'
?-\ person in the audience arose. leader of the 'orchestra. "Wbat'awrong properly prepared .

*J In closing, Mr: Lee said: "I realize with him?" -- t against any fertilizer mixture)of fame ammoniaand!pnosphorio addcon*'l'mnn \' r y

. :The"'Comedian 'complain that he teat"regardleaa of percentage of potash. Sepd for particulars
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h > IOMMI. . MMMIOOI, . . < MI MMMI I *M I I 1 ; . : .E ELECtRjC'LIGHtlAfEl: for''any 'pen n. .or persona, to catch I:' IMPROVEMENT IN '

1 ; : anjr,Ijsh in Lake Tohopekaliga or'Lake

: : (Ji) o cietNotesr i .$ Weekly NptcsV I vCUT TO 8. CENTS .East this.Tohopekaliga state at any. Jn time Osceola'in'any countyin manner BUSINESS! CONDITION '

r Church Work and a ;Jine.
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(MaUle', ,_'Belle Harris-.J Editor.). .. Christian ProgressConducted (Continued.. from Page. One.), ..SecT $.J That it ,hall belw1awfui 11 4 indications how :Ia big Lorvementbteinese :

for any'person, or persons, to catch j i conditions all over Florida
1 useri of current.. The, council decided or-assistin catching; njhjn any.,man-; during the past few weeks. Jj I
Reqvest It mad* to all patron of tb.Naney: Gazette to geed lltmif 1111111111111 111 nun i } '' nn.. \
I, that .since it was the properlyowner ner'except by- -'ordinary hpolct!add That this improvement is reflected'in ; !

s .f f iy cvtBlt U tie Editor'tor pnblicatSon u theM animas Local Ministers'. who, derived the benefit from in' any 'fresh :water labs IIr'--.other Kissimmee is shown by the ,statements '

the *f the //streets,'this shouldbe Stream of Qsceola county in thli'State \'
,'" .. - - + I fighting ; : of business men. Jfj S
}'. II Ie ',0 It II Itl 01 0 1010 10 It"I I '-10 10 10 10 II 0'1 0 I 0 I c+o I 0 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I I ||l I paid for from direct taxation. The who' has 'not previously paid for and 'Everglades
4L J. Wade Tucker, of the
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01?: ,. -. SEWING CIRCLE MRS. STORY ENTERTAINSMrs. Presbyterian Church. cost of street lighting ender this plan procured from the County Judge of states that bis '
Cypress company com
t; fy'/! Miss, Alma Griffin will entertain A. M. Story delightfully! en- The attendance at this church last will be $(fi, 741.34 per year and it will said County a license to fish, the is now filling, more orders than ':,

, : .he young ladies sewing circle Satur- tertained Wednesday afternoon. Dain- Sunday was 31 per cent greater than j be provided for in the city tax levy amount of which said license shall be pany at time in the past two years.

_ .( I;.d' lay afternoon at her home on Church ty refreshments -were-served by the i I it was the year befpre. The work IK It was unjust to the man who used Ten Dollal-8; all of said licenses to be "Business any is !good," said Mr. Tucker. ,

nML'. hostess assisted by Mrs. Swope. Those proceeding on a solid basis and there I current in lighting his residence or issued for a period of twelve monthsor "and it is improving daily."

SENIORS K F ORGANIZE M present were. Mrs. T. M. Rivers, Mrs I is gratifying prospect of steady progresh I store so the committee thought, to be loss, beginning with the month of j I J. A. Barclay, of the firnt of Breaker

+ l ,) L R. Farmer, Mrs. John Branson, Mrs. and usefulness. The pastor returned obliged to pay more for his lights no October. Provided, that nothing herein -
real estate dealers
.7 () The seniordas of the Osceola High & Barclay, ,
George Overstreet Mrs. Morrow Mrs.J. streets shall bo construed as allowing the
Saturday from Kustis; wheie that the city might; be ltg-htcd.1 four :
fi'A' Scho.TTield.Ja; meeting Monday after. ,' B. Mills and Mrs. Swope. he had been holding A Sunday school j, The committee reasoned" that the owners catching of fish in the waters of Lake I I: says: "We are getting about. times as
Florida lands
A :, /I ioon. The following officers were a .,. Tnhopekaliga and Lake 'East many inquiries: 1
of property who did not use current Tohope I
institute under the of the
lected vice- WOMAN'S LEAGUE< MKKTING; auspices as we have received at the same '
: president, Tony Regero; I 1
well 'hose kaliga at any time and in any manner,
School association private uses as as
: res1taeht'Helen'' Bass; secretary, Mat- The opening meeting of the American Florida Sunday time in the last four years. This'is ,
_ I .1 p'i both and 1 who did should be taxed for this current except by ordinary hook and line. I'
filled his
and pulpit morning '
winter in t tI
t to be good Florida
.i t ...Belle Harris; treasurer, Parah Woman's League, held at the going a
and their action will accomplish
; /Grant.. :TJ1e president appointed a Chapter House Monday afternoon evening. Sec. 4. Any person or persons violating I 1-, '\

,1 'committee to select class colors and was presided over by Miss Elizabeth this change in the system. the provisions of this Act shallbe 1I I To Drive Out Malaria )

i dowers.Y Donegan, president. The afternoonwas Join the movement for a big attendance I The new prices will go into effecton deemed guilty of a misdemeanorand I And Build Up The System '

Y spent with business routine, which at the Sunday schools on "Go November 1st and will effect a big punished accordingly.Sec. I Take the Old Standard GROV 'S
saving for the users of current. The
included the reading of the constitution to Sunday School Day," the first Sun- 5.That all laws and parts of I what you are taking a* the formula i.
Mrs. D. G. Francis entertained at made the for the
., charge against city
and by-laws, which are being/ re day in October. If you can not go and laws in conflict with the provisions printed on every label sowing: it is v e
dinner Sunday at'her home on Em- vised. Aft important meeting of the street lights is at. the rate of 5 cents I I Quinine, and Iron in a tasteless form. V
join a school, go as a visitor and thus herein be, and the same are hereby j
street Covers laid for Rev. The drives out malaria the
rnett weer I a kilowat. Quinine i
league will be held the first
show that wou believe in what the repealed. ,
Iron builds the system. 50 centsNotice
and Mrs. A. M. Chisholm' and little Dr. up
October. Carson says that the committee
Sunday school stands for. By the -
} daughter, Mrs. Chisholm, Mr. and way I has figured that including a fund of _. .. s
did to consider the
Mrs. J. W. Harris and children, Mr. GWYNNE-VAN DUZOR you ever stop question -' .. .. .. .. ... .
$1250 annually for machinery and .. .. -- .. .. --- .
school -V.
"What does the -V. 'U '
Sunday I
9.. and Mrs. H. M. Deyoreo and littler The following item from the Orlando another fund of $500 yearly for exten- _

% ; '': daughters, of Orlando, Mrs. J. IL Sentinel will interest a large num- stand for?! sions, the entire cost of operating the ,
ber of the friends of the who The first in October has
F"d Harris and Miss Abby Harris bride Sunday will
plant be in round figures 10000.
_ I. . was formerly a resident of this city been designated "Go to Sunday School This new rate and the charge made on To Citrus GrowersThe }
4, w+ 1 BAND GIVES DANCEIn At home solemnized Let ,
a quiet wedding Day. everybody go.
the city will, he says, if figures do not ,
compliment to visitors from St. last night at the bride's home on I I a
lie, to make the plant show a profit of
Cloud and in return for the good time Anderson street, W. P. Gwynne, a KJuimmre Citrus Grower's Association (affiliated with )
There is no more profitable placeto from $5OOO to $5,600 yearly. '
the Florida Citrus have established well equipped
Exchange a
ahewn them last week, the members former alderman of Orlando, and ) -
go than to Sunday school on Sun The committee is packing house having every facility for handling fruit ,
of the orchestra of musicians now preparing to
Miss Eleanor Duzor of
Van this
in the best Additional has
"Go Sun-
day morning. Try it on to take the possible manner. machinery t
matter of
water rates and
from the Kissimmee Concert: were united in marriage by Dr. E. T. School Day," October the 3rd, and up been Installed this season, and only experienced men will be
'Band, cave a dance last night in the Poulson, of the First Baptist church. day may decide to take a similar action in employed in the washing polishing, grading and packing of ",
see for yourself. Will you ? Why not? cbarging the direct
Maklnson ball. Some seventyfivepersona Only the immediate members of the city for the fire all fruit handled.

\\a enjoyed the evening dancing. families of the contracting parties plug. There may also be a changein -

1 it:'tr; :A large number of young' people from were present. Mr. and Mrs. Gwynnewill The ladies of the Christian church the system of charges made for the Best possible service is guaranteed and growers who are
fcyrt water to not members of this Association can haVe their fruit packed
J St. Cloud came over to enjoy the evenIng continue to reside in Orlando. have resumed their regular meetings private consumers.FISHING
in this house in plain material or under their individual
.-" '.' + __ __rJ Both bride an' groom are well 1 I after a two months' vacation. The ladies brand and at very reasonable prices for which, apply to the

? :"' . known and have a host of friends who I'I met at Mrs. S. B. Aultman's on manager at the packing house. .

.i"ill'.t,'. \" i, I.t,.. .' 'TORS. MORROW ENTERTAINS will join with the Sentinel in extend- I|I I a Japanese Bazaar the last of Octo- LAW PASSED I '

,a ; 'fj: {.' ";.:\ Mrs. IL" W. Morrow pleasantly entertained ing to them heartiest congratulations. I ber. The exact time and place will 'I.It 'I.

If'"' .. ".. a;,:../I{rso.i,.: ... Circle at her the home members on Mabbette of the Sewing street Tuesday announced afternoon later.and derided to givebe AFFECTSLOCALIAKE .. ... -.."... .. -....... .. -..... .. _.."... .. -....... .. -..,., .. -.."...... i.. ", \

. i' .t' Friday afternoon.. The afternoon was HUDSON VISITS CITY -- -

r: 'I \ \,\: .. .pent,. in social conversation and fancywork DETAILS OF ACT GIVEN TO ANS-
\ /Co." ".1'ft: 'f ,,many"" dainty pieces being in ON TOUR OF STATE Rev. Chisholm was happily surprised WER QUERIES OF THOSE WHO
J 4j
.l/ .I
N't t 4 l 1";,"' "',*, evidence. Iced tea and cakes were with a visit t by L. W. Buckley, of WISH TO KNOW EXACT PRO- 1 j

I Tennessee, Sunday afternoon, who VISIONS CONCERNING FISHING J
y, if J' : ,' l served by the hostess. Those present iiOUHCUAVAS-
II f,, ., ,, Mesdames /Continued from page 1)) I preached in the Christian church at IN LAKE TOHOPEKALIGA. I
a : were Lesley, Souders F. A.
l. } I politics lie stated that last summerhe the evening hour. The sermon was
U;(... Souders, IL N. Bratton, H. M. Pfann
hyrr 1 "McPhatter, J. Woodall, H. H. Huff, made a trip by automobile with his well received. Mr. Chisholm's series A number of inquiries have been

'''ri:2&: :; ... Gladytl'Casler.' Miss Sarah Cat family in which his former home in of Sunday evening sermons will begin I made of late as to the exact provisions'lof .

: .' Georgia was visited.( So pleasing was Sunday evening. Services will begin the law the las session
; 1,1, :' :,boon will entertain the club at its next I passed by )
., 4 r'me.tin., I this trip that the family decided here- lat 7:1G.: of the l legislature in regard to the fishing I
We have the utensils cook 'em
I to
after to have all their out-
\"I, } r summer ------ - in lake Tohopekaliga and Eust ]

t> <., ': .* WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ings in this manner. Since there was Lake In
Tohopekaliga. order
ans- '
7 TO ATTEND in and the jelly glasses
+ ;; ; ,Mtvand Mrs. E. E. Naugle invited much of Florida that the family had wer these inquiries the Valley Gazette i can

*' *"' a"feW 'friends *n last Wednesday night never visited, the tour was arranged, secured a copy of the law, which iB'' 'elfin.
/ 3al'S. '' ,;'celebrate l their seventh wedding anIilvesary. :. the senator said, as a "seeing Florida GAINESVILLE MEETB. as follows: ii

1 ,;. :;, 'Tables were placed on the first" idea. Chap ted 1071-No. 265)

.; ; ::- "porch' and'several hours spent in play. "I am not really campaigning, yet," E. Evans, farm demonstrator for An Act making it unlawful to catch Eight Quart Enamel Preserving ,

'z; ,; .. 'ins 600>> 'Mrs?,, Ingram and Mrs Cadel said Senator Hudson. "I am merely Osceola will\ attend the meet- fish in certain fresh water lakes of' Kettle, with Cover __nnu_________ 3 5 C .:
county ,
}I;::1 t. \, .'< .\. .wonh.. first prices and Mr. and Mrs. I meeting my friends and making new ing of farm demonstration agents at ( Osceola county, and providing Ii-

.' ark'.the':;consolation, prizes.U ones as I go. It is too early yet to Gainesville September 20-25. State I cense for fishing in other fresh water .. Four Quart Enamel Preserving: (; .j

'. '.;, >,,Ice cream course was served on start an active campaign and I have and national, authorities will be among j lakes and streams in said county.Be Kettle, with Coyer .?./&DC

ere card I made but. one or two speeches' and I
fables.Tboao It Enacted lay the Legislature of
I the speakers. Mr. Evans is servingas
jJi.. enjoying the evening were: these by special invitation." The sen- the State of Florida:' Jelly Glasses
a teacher of science in the Osce- dozen ______________ ___ __ 30c \'
rZ ator the Labor orator at per
t't4''l'; .r J<<; and Mrs. J."S. Cadel, Mr. and Mrs. was Day ola High School this week, temporari- Section 1. That it shall be unlawfulfor -- --

\ Cj4:; Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark, Tampa. I 1 'k
any person or to catch
J't' ly, while Prof. Harris, of Georgia, is persons Jar Rubbers
,lJ", ,. .I i.I.fMZ.: .. "L.JT.:.Ingram, Miss Sue Watson Senator Hudson said that he was :I taking the state examinations.The fish in any fresh water lake or other dozen 5 & 1.1'\)c '
"u' ; I h")( !l3ftaw Dutton and Mr. J. K. At- not yet ready to announce his plat- meeting in Gainesville will\ be stream in Osceola county of this state per ------------

\', "'}I- .t fi form. He was well pleased, however, with seine less than four and
any a
..., to farmer in the state and
"Il . with his reception over the state and open any half inch mesh We also have full and "
stretched except the a complete -
Jr .t
., BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. Evans is urging all those who can
if q ,, with the report of his friends upon the pocket and of the
wings of
A in possible to attend, as the
;- : t t Saturday afternoon Eustis -any way
political outlook. lIe has been a mem- said seine, which shall not exceed line of enamel ware .at
will\ be of value to sev-
._ $ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Discussions great
vsas ber of the State Senate since 195 and
feet in
enty-five Provided
: v.. (P, ea entertained number of friends of that in them. length. I low Come in and
1909. .
. was president body that nothing herein shall be construed prices. see
r? 'w *t party to celebrate his eighth For three years he served as counselfor Among the speakers will be Dr. _
the of "
as allowing fish in
.h-", birthday. Knapp, United States Department of: catching them.
Ji the railroad commission and has the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga and A
+ t .i Games were' played and afterwards Agriculture, representatives of the
.ii established a briliant record as a I Lake East Tohopekaliga with

,$ .\:... '.. freatuaenta- ice cream and cake ticing attorney. prac-I University of Florida other expertsin seine at any time during the year.any DOLLAR LIMIT STORE i
enN on the ton.A,4 the farm extension work and many
: Sec. 2. That it shall be unlawful
t' a Sustie' gouts were: Janet Griffin, Best Paint. new demonstration agents who have "Where Your Dimes Last Like Dollars" 1ft.
t. Gilbert Ethel taken their-work in the state during
Mary Gilbert up
I Invigorating to the Pal. and SicklyThe G. W. PERSONS Co., Props.
Tiner EuU Alderman Ardella the last year.
What is It!
Old Btudird ,
I rearm mtmmtttralit* tovle.
'r ' r k icker; Ethel,Joiner, Ruth Join- Devoe. OaOVH-a TABTKLBSS chill TONIC,drive,out
t How Devoe? I.i the c...*.l. C..rt, 8.r..

  • c ry.Nangle; 'Marjorle Naugle, It's 160 old but that isn't !. mm* f.r Omvrolm O....,., tftm. A tnt lomic. For adult.mad chltdro. Me .
    yean ;
    f Rutherford Cora Rutherford Klvrld."
    how. '.1t
    -- ---- --- -- -
    ----- --- -- --- -- - -
    t Griffin, Florence Reeves, Wil- It has long \\x.rn the best; but that S<...<.rr Ac u. Fred' Gilbert, Richard Ban- isnt how. r.U.k. .f Fred ............... '1
    h" t rn 9 Lee Singletary, C. W. HarOdel It has been developed by use and Be It known that on the Kth day of I THE SIX THA STIRRED THE NATION
    .I ri .{ ;', Harrison Buddie Gilbert, study, by study and use; that is how; October. A. D. 116. I will apply t and approved ly; experience, m..ny Honorable James W. Perkin. Judge oY j
    the Circuit Oourt for the Seventh Judicial -
    ., lie Tiner, Cecil Alderman, Willie that' how. ,
    i years; Circuit of the State of Floridafor
    i ,..Archi.,Sey, Henry Key, Jose- It commends itself by long lastingand the lecallaatlon of the adoption of With the famous Buick Valve- This Buick Six is unquestionably Never did a motor car receive %"

    ' V, ; b | Griffin,: Cecil Rutherford small paint-coat not cheap by the In Willie the Mae City Rime of a Klaalmmee.child now realdlnr Oaceola in-Head motor as the foundationof the motor car surprise of such a welcome as has been ac- \ .
    gallon, but cheap by the job and cheap "
    I County. Florida. corded this newest Buick: Never
    a BIRTHDAY f ARTY by the year and ten years, cheap by Dated this the lth day. of September its mechanical worth, this car the season. It has set a new before did a motor car inspire ;'' .

    ,, "k, CtleJMUsjV.thalia Griffin deUght- the lifetime. A. D. 1116. FRED MCLAUGHLIN has set an altogether new stand- record of popularity, and alreadythe such an insistent demand as has 'J '

    ,oj f entertained a large number of That's how. Van. Agnew oft Crawford.Uounael ard of performance.: It is power- demand is so great that the this one. From the first days
    \ W. B. Makinson Co. for the Petitioner. 6.4tJIrIIIII ful the most that this car was the k
    beyond exacting production capacity of the great put on
    : afternoon .
    I, i' I-Thursday at her market orders arrived in
    A' need; with a power that is velvety such ;
    Flint is taxedto
    Buick factory at
    w 6nMaln} street In'honor of hers smooth and vibrationless It volume that the factory

    I i i fitii ?birthday. After playing 1IIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II I II I I II I I ( I I IIlhII I I : negotiates the steepest hills withan the utmost. This six, in all swamped. They write in was and l";,

    a1 on', the lawn dainty refresh- IIIIIIII10111Lr ease that is truly astonishing. truth, has stirred the imagination they wire in, and hundreds went ,((' ..
    ::: It plows through sand withoutthe of the motorbuyinepublic to Flint, Mich. personally in I"
    fi' >7of ice'cream' and cake were e:5S slightest effort, and on in a manner never before equaled. their efforts tj get earlier de- .
    J t4% ed. i l smooth roads it is the very It has set a new high level livery. There never was any-

    fra rXddi and Miss Clark assisted KA TZ'S STORE == poetry of motion. of motor car achievement thing like it. 1." i
    i S Griffin..In. entertaining the guests Ii :
    I' i r war.

    ,' iLab.t O'Berry, Elisabeth War- =-= = y

    ti Kafiraret| Waring Katherine 6' BUICK, VAL VE-IN-HE4D SIX ;

    '' nj'Ladle:; Griffin'Janet' Griffin, WILLBCLOW SATURDAY .

    1, r c sa'a t 1+" ,nTyner.flrmh,Tyner Eleanor It, '$1075 DELIVERED IN KISSIMMEE

    t+ r r rstrNtEdlth, lAnsted-?; Dorothy '
    f o ir sE T'EMBER 8T4!
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    I i KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE. ; 1' :W,w 11a' h h J attep Jed U"mee t'n j Bruce Gitu. ;. : and 1ir, 'OrWi4k XJss1mmep 'e
    .",1 ( 0" +Scot of Toronto,} a Mr. ., S. 8."' Grlffta, and'. ; yesterday if from J': Deliter"eit.. tIae
    \ ) W, the express .ent.h.1dTa ?Lake' -'. c oaf friend'ofiL Ai'HnuUrJ; r.otth d uhtefa.rhoi: have: been* spendingaeveraljweeksjai 1.ahd th other Will start Saturday: ; from 'Itlpubld'waG ;'-' ;, ta

    '. Pu.bll.h"EyU7 Friday. ByJ), land, going down Saturday and;' rurfrttv'l Runty, Land company.;.arrived: WedtesdayCari % ( -. the'' same'place,1-,- The estfle;,were shlpM one ' Ii' "" -

    r frCD.: HARRIS,*. B. G. VANS AQNBW bcdclilOt I'l' Cl {
    ,. : / .. ME. ; with' XjBjl. > ; agent ,, .0(0 0+0 .I. o noo + a the Hunter :Lund'"company"Mrs. ; "' ,K Wll }jremaiti witti t',t -
    0 00 0 ot 0 ter, spent the week-end with Mrs. M. ) they) ) >rit :Relatives: Sfc'Ltijv'tyhe: will go .to McLeansboro, .

    .E.: Kochenderfer at her pleasant home Julia Forrest, aged About 65 Mr.'''Griffln1 taken*tit ''the *oodYaodk; Ut/t la'.bfiwife, and son, who:arepending the G. A. & mem ra 0..' ... III: a..:

    The Local held on Orange street years, died Wednesday ,night at, her meeting in Lakeland. They will' return ,the '' Bummer ,'relatives. Cloud t : beJ: !B" olio

    J home In West Kissimmee. Funeral ,.to, (heir home on Robinson avenue They expect to- return to their ,home bens..of t.h m..tmVi' r 'f.'

    : Miss Annie Seymour, of Miami 1, is i services were 'held at the home 'on Saturday, .Orlando Sentinel. ..n'th\" 'cltjr shunt 'the''first''"pfJth. .
    the guest of Miss Mattie Belle Harris.', monthOrlando::: 'Sentinel.: .' Incited by )lr.' Le'. remark* about
    Thursday morning by the Rev J. J. FOR SALE-Five hundred thrifty .. '
    .00 .. +oOOO OOOOO Miss Seymour formerly lived in KisIBlmmee budded trees of early and late oranges "cleaning" up,".the block Oft Ss-Vernon- ft,, p
    Farmer. Burial in Rose Hill cemetery.She .Capt. and( JMrs..Clay, Johnson returned : . ,
    and, has at 25 cents. Budded with < nQ'&n tict"; .trickye J
    a large circle of ,
    leaves two sons, .Hampton and Monday frpm, a trip .through thp' ,.lrMie k rgAn aI'Itb.' ,. ,7/
    iWeather friends here. good buds on best Stock and carefully > 1 I : .
    I Report ,' Lemuel.A. tended. There is money In west. Curing this trip,they visited lots on both sides of.the" street for *Van "

    I Mrs. Paul Klinkhammer and daughter -' R. Cox has moved his family early and late varieties-" Come and San Francisco where they were guestsof t'"l'' (: ' ; 9
    see them and place your order be- ) ,'rnt'\L .j w"m
    j their K. ,
    returned Sunday from their old here frpm Loughman and has rented Tore they are all sold. Theo. Bandy son, Amory Johnioa; an pirant for. the\ Me--0 fi'TU Cleanest '

    Following{ are daily tempera home in Minnesota, where they have the residence of Mrs. Kulp on Church 409 Cherry St., North Ktasin.mee. I electrical engineer, employed by the Block in Town." Is there: "'a contest. t'

    tures and precipitations as been spending the summer. street. Mr. Cox i is connected with the I city. They also visited the exposition ant. ?'- ''d44df.., a' .1w)1: '

    at ported Kissimmee by Government for the week re'l Oaceola Construction and DevelopmentCo. Capt. Rose the state chemist, was I and toured through California, visit- ;J".1: f't 0 .

    ing September 16, 191.61 Mrs P. K. Weaver and Mrs. N. C. ., with offices in the Graystone Ca- in the city yesterday visiting his many I ing many interesting points. They George R. ..PuqhaJJ..f'PH a-bead':

    Bryan returned this week front De- sin6 building. friends. He has been visiting various j I visited the famous Lick Observatory, ed eagle",. -who n seanxhea':(erpd the v'e

    Friday ---- -- .. 93 70 morest, Ga., where they have been points in the state and stopped over {, and coming east stopped at many state for business for the:;'Groover., <

    Saturday___. .. 94 72 II spending several weeks visiting rela- James E. Crawford' and H. A. Atha, In Kissimmeee where he formerly re-I| points in Illinois among them .Petersburg Stuart Drug company, pf- Jackron ; ,

    Sunday .____ __ 93 71 tives.J. of Orlando were visitors in the city sided for many years. Mrs. Rose and Capt.. Johnson's boyhood home ville, was in the city Tuesday ..George' '

    Monday _-_,_ ____ 93 73 Monday. They were accompanied by daughter Miss Muriel, have been I and Lincoln, where Capt. Johnson says 1 declares that better, time are on'the ,t "t

    Tuesday ._u ---- 92 75 M. Huffman returned Wednesdayfrom C. W. Hanchett, 'Of Cuba who was spending the summer at Daytona he saw friends he had not seen for way and in tact he ,says"that;,money'. ,'. i,

    Wednesday __ _._ 89 74 .34 j a two weeks' vacation spent in looking over the country. Both Mr. Beach and Miss Muriel expects to at- I fifty years.N. is becoming freer all"over', the, .Mate, ir.

    Thursday _. ___ 89 73 .16 I ,I Davenport. He has resumed his duties -I Crawford and Mr. Atta are engagedin tend Stetson University this year. He states that this winter is going to. ;
    W. Moorehouse who haa
    a largegrove
    at the Citizens Ban the real estate business. The friends of Rose ar '
    many Capt. were T be one of the best, Florida; has ever
    at Peghorn and also exten- '
    I .OOOOO..O OOOOOOOOO. .OO Special prices on ribbons and laces Mrs. H. E. Cole is expected to return glad to see him again.-Sanford Her sively engaged in general farming .experienced. ..,
    Fire insurance taxes paid. See A. Saturday and Monday at Dann's De- to her home today from the ald. was a pleasant. visitor at the Valley '," .r. "
    W. B. Crawford returned -
    E. Drought New Rivers Building. 30tf partment Store.Floridians Church and Howe Hospital in Orlando C. C. Hare of the Bureau of Crop Gazette office :Monday having calledto day after spending .several'onlTo.dA,.. attending ,? 'I

    Just arrived new trunks and bags.F. where she has been for some time. Estimates, with headquarters at I renew his subscription to the paper. 1 meetings of'the yarlous'\ Southern .' c s"q -
    at the Ben- ,
    registering Friends of Mrs. Cole
    will be
    H. Lawson.G. pleased Gainesville spent several days last as Mr. Moorehouse brings{ the Information Utilities companies in:the, .t te.e
    nett house includes Mrs: Wt F. Par- I
    to learn that she is greatly improved.The .
    the guest of B. E. Evans, county farm that the citizens of this section of He returned! with his :left' arm'' 'ln y r
    P. Garrett was a business visitor ker and son of Kissimmee.-St. Aug- ,
    Ocala ustine Record. street committee of the city demonstrator. Mr. Hare complimented the county have decided to change the splints as the reeult-of'fH: ;"hUe
    to Tuesday.
    council is considering a propositionfrom Mr. Evans very highly upon his name of their community from the one alighting from a train"at Palatka;, He ,'

    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katz spent. Ellis West went to Kissimmee Friday R. G. Canova to engage in a forms used in getting repors of grow- it has borne for many years to Pleas- was hampered,by several heary.,boolu ,

    Monday afternoon in Orlando. to have an eye specialist fit him business of furnishing boats and fish- ing crops in Osceola county which are ant Valley. Mr. Moorehouse says that held under his arm' at.' the 'time/and, n

    with glasses.-Avon Park items in ing tackle on the city dock. The com- sent out to the farmers each month.Mr. this name more nearly fits the con- fell with considerable 'force to',the'cement ., l
    Call and see our new serge suits at .. .
    Zolfo Truth. mittee has been given power to act in Hare stated that he intended to ditions of that section.T. "' ' ,' .' 1 4KI
    bottom prices. F. H. Lawson. pavement ., .
    the matter by a vote of the entire advise that he farm'demonerators in I
    Ward Estey, the popular young ;
    J. Rabon and son, E. M. Rabon
    Lyle Story was a visitor in Tampa council. other counties adopt a similar formin .
    last Sundaf. drug clerk of Griffin Bros. drug store, of Dundee Polk county were in the 4._.,a.'dq' ,; ; 4
    is spending sometime at his home in Mr. and Mrs. Herbert getting their reports. rd
    Speir and city on business Wednesday.* While .,,' ,1 f
    Lee Jarrell left this morning for a Kissimmee.-New Smyrna Breeze. two children of Sanford, are spending The "Dollar Harvest" so long look- here Mr. Rabon inspected the Tucker' f ,;t..,* ..y<. :'J -

    business trip to Bartow and Ocala. Mrs. H. C. Stanford and daughter, several days in Kissimmee, !: visiting ed forward to by the ladies of the Woodtex brick a sample of which has GLASSES, U: "" ; 'Lt

    Best line of Dollar Shirts ever sold Miss Margaret, returned last Friday I relatives. Mr. Speir is employed as Methodist church, will be held Friday been laid in the pavement at the cor- I ,. .'. ' '

    in Kissimmee. F. H. Lawson. from an extended stay in Henderson- assistant storekeeper: in the railroad evening September 24, at the home ofMrs. ner of Broadway and Emmett street. t

    yule and Asheville N. C. shops at Sanford and is taking ten J. Z. Roberson, on Mabbette Polk county is planning an extensive will probably reljey.'. that; r

    Dr. M. J. Hicks wan a business visitor days off on his annual vacati
    to Orlando on Monday. Special prices on ribbons and laces will visit Tampa and St. Petersburg pledged their dollars and this. that he would call the attention of the ;'oo, '

    Dr. Farris, of St. Cloud, was a visitor Saturday and Monday at Dann's Department before returning home.J. is the time to bring them in. An opportunity county commissioners to this new have been en urin...' ;!, 'w lw

    in the city on Wednesday. Store., J. Richards left Tuesday for Lux- will be given all to contribute paving material.A. An'examination'm'; -cosl '

    A. W. Winn was a business visitorin C. A. Carson, Jr., was in the city ora, Ark., where he will remain for whatever they will be it much or : S. Nelson left yesterday for an you nothing and, >may< .(an*.> ;
    Saturday superintending the Shipmentof several weeks. He will little. A good program light refresh-
    joined by
    Tampa the past week. extended business trip through the cover a latent 'eYMt a
    cattle for the Carson Cattle ments and an interesting time are
    com- Mrs. Richards and daughter, Miss Le- 1 '' -
    west. He to be absent about
    Mrs. A..W. Winn and little daughter pany. Mr. Carson is in charge of the onore, in about two weeks. They will promised to all who attend. The contribution expects wealcene4'.yeimrentirenervous :
    three weeks and will visit Rich Hill '
    Mae, returned Friday night froma company's ranch at Camp Hammock.Rev. return to Kissimmee for the winter as will go to swell the carpet system.,';,4: ':
    Mo. Kansas Mo. and Wichita
    I City ,
    two weeks' stay at Pablo Beach. fund. Everybody is invited. o
    A. J. Holt of Kissimmee, who soon as cold weather begins in the Kansas. Mr. Nelson is one pf our f

    '_ Frank Duke left this week for El participated in the ordination services north. W. M. Davis left yesterday for St. most consistent boosters and while Grady Jewder"triSt., 1 )

    Paso, Tex., where he goes in the hopeof at the Baptist church last night, returned Sheriff L. 'n. Ingram left Tuesday Louis, Mo., where he will look after away will put in most of his time Optom ,

    improving his health.E. to his home on the afternoon for Portland, Oregon, where hfe will bea the marketing of two train loads of talking this section to prospective set N. a Darasaba'A..nae.. ,-' . '
    V. Dawson of Charleston, S. C., train.-Orlando ReporterStar.Hon. witness in a criminal case. On the. cattle, one of which passed through 1 tIers and tourists. -

    will arrive this evening to be the William B. Crawford of Kis- way to Portland, Sheriff Ingram will -" -.. -- res

    guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bandy, himmee, able and popular lawyer and visit Chicago and St. Paul. Returning I i.
    he will come by steamer to San u
    trusted official of the Southern Utili
    J. S. Cadel will leave Monday '
    Mrs. -,,'"
    Francisco, whence he will return home ''; :'/
    for a short visit with friends at Ar- ties Company, spent Friday here looking 'M'I f t* ?
    after his company's interests. by the way of Los Angeles, El Paso M
    r .r

    cadia.Mrs. O. O. McCollum and four chil- Punta Gorda Herald. and New Orl ana. Some Which Milk d i } : ., 1rrf
    Judge J. W. Things J
    dren, of Jacksonville, are the guests and Mrs.her S.guest J. ,Triplett Miss Lillian, of Narcoossee Harper,-of, judge has notified Perkins local ,attorneys circuit court that : .'

    of her sister, Mrs. A. S. Drawdy. he will be
    absent from

    I;i: Prof. R. M. Evans has greatly Im- Jacksonville!last Saturday motored and over spent to the Kissimmee day- several weeks on his vacation.the state This for Drug Store : :t' ::r

    proved his residence on Bryan street with friends.C. notice is sent so that the I lawyers may This ru'J

    .... by the addition of several rooms. take up whatever urgent business they V < ,
    W. Morseman, of St. Cloud, who '
    . e<<' may have with some other circuit ;; ,r.f'
    ;; F. W. Hill of Narcoossee spent has a large farm near Peghorn wherehe .-
    judge. . ...
    Monday in the city attending. to busi- has splendid crops of natal grass s',. :,. .11.
    ness matters. and velvet beans wa in the city, last Miss Dora Tracy, who was employed : 1 .., '
    as milliner at the Bon Ton Hat i Prescriptions ; t. .\ ;1:
    Furnished diets for rent In the Saturday morning conferring with B. Pure Drugs ., ... ,a
    Shop last season, arrived _.- '", '; t. Ro'
    Monday to
    Valley Gazette building. Apply E. Evans county farm demonstrator ,..."
    this !office. -tr resume her duties. She spent the Our accuracy and promptness in filling ) r +r
    Mrs. J. W. Thompson left Mondayfor in is Im- prescriptions have won u..' a' decidedly .
    summer at her home in Otsego Mich., Purity drugs vastly more ; J ;
    R. H. Alderman, of Bassenger, was DeLand, where she was the guestof and for the several portant than even purity in foods be- favorable reputation .in; this i 'I+?,.
    pabt weeks hat
    mingling with his many friends hereon Mrs. J. S. May. Mrs. Thompson cause when sickness comes the full community. You can send us the doe- "
    Monday.Mrs. returned been visiting the millinery marketsof effect of the medicine must be had. tor's orders and rest content: on getting ,,. ,
    on Wednesday accompaniedby Chicago and. St. Louis. We warrant absolutely that our drugs the very best service. Sickroom ," bare
    Clare Sheppard, of St. Petersburg her granddaughter, Florence May Orlando. thoroughly up to the standard. specialties can be ordered ever the ,'

    is the guest of her aunt Mrs.A. Thompson who has been visiting in No adulteration here. telephone and we will deliver them .. '

    S. Drawdy.J. DeLand.Mr. The many friends of Mrs. Margaret I without delay. :4w 1.
    Kochendoefer, who has been indisposed s ,. "
    R. Donegan of Deer Park was in and Mrs. W. B. Collins, of Jacksonville ever since her return from North , .

    the city Saturday looking after the are the guests of Mr. andMrs. Carolina will be. glad to know that -a, '
    William W. Saunders. Mr. Col-
    of cattle.
    she is steadily regaining her usual

    Slater Reed Mayor May and C. W. cial lins will be remembered as the spe- strength and will'soonbe_ out among Soaps and Perfumes Norris. Candies-Drinks :: .
    edition man who handled a special r u
    them. ,
    the Kissimmee visitors
    Dann were among number for the Valley Gazette two We are agents for the famous Norris .
    to Orlando last Sunday. Ike Lanier and Raymond Lanier Soaps soaps, soaps and still more Candies and Confections. These +-
    years ago.
    soaps-soaps of high and low degree, candies unadulterated and free
    Special prices on ribbons and laces returned Tuesday after a weoK.') visit in prices exceedingly reasonable. Plain are We have ,0 ",
    J. McPhatter has joined the "clean- from chemical dyes. always i 'f !
    Saturday and Monday at Dann's Department ,up" movement and has muchly improved in Okeechobee. They say this sectior white soap for everyday delicate'sort use; scented a fresh assortment of these delicious ,,' i' ,
    Store.G. has drjed\ out since the recent heavy soaps of the most formilady's candies warranted to be pure and ;
    the appearance of his propertyon toilet or bath. Perfumes of wholesome. Fit for children as well ,' "r .
    C. Huppel, of Orlando was in Emmett street by removing the rains. They saw some fine crops' rare quality bringing the breath of as grown-ups. Our ice cream and cold "

    the city Tuesday on his way to the old wooden fence and erecting a neat : growing and also a fine lot of hogs. the flower gardens home drinks 'department is conducted on "

    i} -Campbell section where he has some wire one in its place. J. C. I Mendenhall,, representing the modern sanitary methods.StationeryInks. '..'t.

    Iti: orange grove property. Rev. Elias Daniel and Rev. Biez Laz- Mendenhall Medicine company of I a
    'I" missionaries of the Armenian Evansville Iqd., was a business visitor .4 .'
    Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lamb; who live oros, ,
    ) church spent F day and Saturday in here on Monday. While here he '
    on Bryan street, are the proud parents ; '
    closed a contract with the Valley Ga- '"
    of an eight-pound daughter born on Kissimmee in the interest of the, Ar- I" '
    (t Tuesday. menian orphanages. They came to zette for advertising the products of Tooth Brushes and Powder .
    his and with the Osceola
    Kissimmee from Cuba. company
    1f,' Mr. and Mrs. John Hart of Wau- Pharmacy to handle the goods.\ You can do much harm with We carry a complete line of standard a x

    chula, were in the city several days Two large droves of sheep were tooth powders as and' brushes as and fancy stationery in all grades I''.
    1\ this week having come to attend the Iriven through the city Monday. Theyare Congressman W. J. Sears and Dx you poor can do good with those of the and prices. We have the proper pa- li
    Ii the of R. J. Roliff J. K. Atwood were initiated, into the Our devoid pen for any and all occasions. W. ..
    funeral of his sister Mrs. Satterfield.P. property and proper sort. powders are "
    the famous
    were being moved from the Pine Island mysteries of the Elk's lodge at Or- of the injurious grit that harms teeth are also agents Fountain for We ban
    P. K. Weaver has purchased Johnl lando last night. "Joe" says "Doc" and we can provide brushes that do Self-Filling pens. ( 4
    section to pasturage along Shingle die inks and school of everydescription. ,
    l Lee's big Hudson touring car. Mr. creek.L. promised to stay by him, but that he not hurt the gums. Mouth washing . Our stock'supplies Is full and we- ')1" ,

    j Lee has given up the large car after deserted when trouble came. Fred, solutions that cleanse apd refresh. can supply your every want A

    ti: buying a Ford. S. Deglow left Thursday for his Bass Fred Gilbert, Edgar Katz and x 7 A

    t",: Mrs. R. W. Cobb returned Monday home in Cincinnat. He went by Doctor Winn went up to see the fun. ..
    steamer from Jacksonville to Balti-
    ,, after spending several weeks visiting and from that R. J. Hancock and family of Palat-
    more city by rail to
    her mother, Mrs. Harlan, at Columbia .who have s 1
    Cincinnati/After a month' with relatives ka, ben spending some timeas
    Tenn. the guests of :Mr: and M.... Roma
    in Cincinnati k
    he will
    !! motor back: '
    t'; l C. C. Worthington, of Tampa, representing M/Florida./ 0 *. .- Thomas returned 'to their borne the PALACE DRUGS fJOBE

    the Florida Citrus Exchange first of the week. Mr. Hancock is taxcollector
    George W. and Charles L. Persons :
    ., .'" spent several days in the city and is .a
    v of the OoUar Unit store, ..receivedwilUeavrSunday brother of Mrs Tliomas f .. .... i ., "., -
    17: 6'* ;thh ;weeka e a1a ,"alted' Warcoos- < \. . ', .. ..>; 'I I 't! n-J.. .
    WOJ'd w. .; t .. ,
    ' 1 y :
    1' ..,.. and 8t.'C1ou': l: iiJ.t. :, r :{ lt"a. ;MrWohn ,Walter; ) Kis- :. ';, '; ill. il ; ,
    GSD .Pres.M' ra ' 4
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    ", 'CwtiiCntrtorb: : : ;" dP .. frleithiting lln ; i
    slim relative aid v "
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    . J..n.l
    ; the : ,. ,.. t'I""_ ... .. .. : :: "
    r. ;';,. 'gaest for several 'weeks of his brother tor 'in..Georjna Mrs,'.Charles BardiA J N<:,$10 South ", 4" , "' Y. 'i\. < : .'; : b 1;
    ,,!, J :: : : maln > \ ; " ; ( 11 '.11 "i'jc.. .: \Z I ,: :" ., R*i
    ) .,. W.':B,": CrawfordleftWednesda : for .month- lab lath Mr.r W.lta1't,;wbo;lago ,_.... . ,
    a at ,
    more n
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    :"11- '; vFlorida': KWtaAC; .. ,.dria_ ::7"' .".\-l-.o.1-I, ::: ,.t: buIlD.. ..'., > .... Into >the rfnrnltorcf maAuf ecturing
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    t GEC ,: IUSS I3IMEE< dAZETTE k \ ':FRIDAY;,{;SErTEMDER IT, 1915:

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    ;",. :rItjii'( ID: .Al' ' ATEDGEWATER ' .RAILROAD MAN IMPRESSED BY BEAN AND PEA INDUSTRY TO Office in PHYSICIAN W.State. L.Winn Bank Building- ,II

    .'. .. i Phone 97 Office '
    33, Residue + ,
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    : A letter was received yesterday at I the matter of transportation rates on CANCER GORE AND TUMORSCure
    IN OCT. the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce these commodities has been a matterof them without cutting ,
    I .M P. Davis, traveling freight agentof cattle business and other individual from Commissioner of Agriculture interest to wholesalers.. Now It Is them out. I

    ,! the Louisville & Nashville railroad, farmers over the state are taking hold McRae, eays the Florida the hope of Commissioner McRae that ORLANDO FLORIDA ),
    was in Kissimmee last week superin- of the proposition with an interest I Times Union, stating that everyef- the tables be turned and Florida be a''I 33-Cmo .1
    ' i fort is being made by his office to find state which will have a surplus to shipto .::1/1/
    t: < : Growers Decide on Date tending: the loading of two trainloads) that gives promise. Several days agoI the means of eliminating the pea and other states.In .t
    for sale ranchman from Texas who
    of cattle shipped to St. Louis met a bean weevil in Florida so that the I the letter received from the com
    t, a ,1/ \j Ir in the open market. Mr. Davis was had come to buy 600 head of stock product of the farm: in the state may missioner at the local chamber of com-

    at Regular Session.e" impressed with the importance of the for a nucleus with which. to start a have a place on parity with those of merce he warmly congratulated that S.11.BUftOCK

    ;14 ," :.. cattle industry in Florida and gave new ranch. He had heard of the Flor- Texas and California.The I organization on being alert to the interests -
    matter brought at the of Florida agriculturally. The .
    "!' interview which ida cattle of such hardy stock was up I "
    the being
    Out following
    J of the Jacksonville bulletin which he will issue will soon,
    : monthly meting REAL ESTATE
    lY ;J. A. WILKINSON OF LAKELAND, was published in the Jacksonville that he came because he wanted to get I Chamber of Comm August 12, by I be for distribution and when it
    : TELLS ,.................,.... .;
    ;kt ASSOCIATION HOW TO Times-Union: hold of the best the country could af John Ball, one of the best known I Ii is, he will send a large number to the
    I! GROW PEPPERS AND NOTES ford. i wholesale authorities of the state. The chamber of commerce.In INSURANCEExamination c,
    The cattle in Florida gives
    'if ) \ t'. HIS OWN SUCCESS WITH THIS letter from the state official received the same connection, a letter has
    '. ( i CROP ON LAND ALONG THE promise of even superceding the fruit Climate Here Ideal. yesterday was further to the effect been written to the editor of the of Titles a /
    output, said Mr. M. P. Davis, traveling 1 "Another reason that causes me toI I that as Boon as !Home authentic information Country Gentleman, asking when a
    'J:'': EAST COAST. freight agent for the Louisville and believe Florida cattle raising is going is obtainable, this will be proposed article on the subject of the Specialty.
    r z within embodied in a report and published in weevil in Florida will be printed. A
    Nashville railroad, who returned last to assume" large proportions
    The Osceola Fruit and Truck Grow- booklet form. representative of this well known pub-
    night from Kissimmee, where duringthe the next few years"', i ill the fact that
    lication stated to the chamber of com- Correspondence Solicited.
    ,+ ers Association wil! hold a field day at At the August meeting of the chamber -
    t" day he completed transportationof the climate here is the most ideal anywhere of commerce, Mr. Ball brought up merce some time ago that such an ar-
    the Edgewater Farms in the first Saturday -
    ti l' 450 head of cattle to St. Louis! lie and there are hundreds and the fact that this state yearly bringsin ticle would be printed.

    1' in October. This was decidedon stated that 600 head more will leave thousands of acres of land within our from California thousands of dol Robert Riedel
    at the meeting of the organization lars'", worth of beans. and peas when Mysterious.A .
    that point today for the same market. ladders that have never been developed. I
    tw held last Saturday in the city council I such could he rained here. The only party of soldiers bound for "some CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP ..
    a hall. A committee composed of M. D. "The Florida cattle industry is becoming As the farmers gradually come obstacle in the way, he showed, was | where in France" were waiting for
    one of the most wealthy and to realize that there is an enormous '|, the fact that the weevils attack the their train at a rural station in Wilt- Window and Door Screens, Repair ,
    Alexander and W. J. will
    Fripp arrange magnitudinous in the South," said Mr. amount of wealth in stock raising i I Florida crop. Thia was the case in shire. and Cabinet Work. .

    Y: for transportation the trip to Davis. "Roughly estimating it, I they are going to begin to use this California and Texas until a means Among the lookers-on were an old I 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237 .'
    \ be made by water, and will report at I' of elimination for the same was. found.In I and his wife. Walking
    hould there least idle land for grazing purposes and countryman Darlington Are., Near Freight Depot
    4 '1 the meeting of the organization to be ;; say at 5,000,000 the letter of Commissioner: ", Mc slowly past the warriors, the woman ;
    held September 26th. Between ten head of cattle in this state right now you will see a mammoth industry arise Rue, the writer declared that his department -I eyed them carefully, her attention being C. F. .;
    and 500,000 head of them are on forms right up here in a section that is is awake to the needs of the mainly paid to their putteecladlegs. THRASHERSHEET
    aitd fifteen members of the St. Oloud .
    q ) j
    in the Kissimmee The known the-country over for its fruit situation and is working on every .
    valley. move- METAL WORKERSteel
    k' branch of the association will make '
    of the What- '
    phase important matter. I
    I ment to the northern markets this business and for I that alone. "I 1 say, large," she; whispered when \
    the trip with the members here. This ever success has been attained in the l Ceilings
    out of eaishot, "there's somethm 1 Ican't a Specialty i
    has been than that of "Unlike the Texas ranchman, or
    4''r' was reported by County Demonstration year larger any I states of Texas and California will besought I understand about they ,.,allC..r'hat "
    three previous yearn combined. Before t those of other western states, where The commercial products of 'Phone H9-II Kl>almmre. Pie, t
    Agent B. E. Evans, who also "\\ he it, lass" asked her goodman
    both, it is stated, show that the riddle'.
    the is ended I have cold winters and hot .
    year expect to see they summei '
    i stated that Mr. McPherson, with
    managerof (concerning weevil has been solved u superior air. \
    at least", 5)0() carloads sent out of here. s, the Floiidu cattle raiser do..slIot
    the Edgewater farms, was ready to and this state now wants the same m- "I can't think how they get their DR. J. W. SIMPSON ,;
    ry,1 entertain the association members Thirty Head lo I Ihc ('III'. hive: to go to such extreme meusiiiis I fin, nintion. I' luigs into they twisted", trousers," said

    whenever they come. "The shipment today consisted' of to shield his, stock. The climate I II. For u considerable length of time, the old woman in wonder. DENTIST ;

    r bi-ii'. is hair or less uniform the year : Upstairs in Katz $
    Secretary Fripp read a number of one solid train of fifteen curs, uernging / : Building .
    _ rnuud and l theie is no necessity for Ih..1 ...... .. Office HOUM. ( a m to 11 m.
    v 4; communications at the opening of the tluity bead to a car and the shipment :-: : : :-:-: .--: --: 1:1: to 6.10 p. m. 1
    t ; tomoiiow gill 1< solid tiitm iii'ction" 1 of rostly sheds or houses for Telephone No. 76 June il
    fit t ,' p meeting and among them several I from I yr.
    of making total of (.C' pi',ale t ItoilI . Moth winter and sunimi'rtln -
    4 d i the Florida Growers' and ShippersLeague twenty cars a O. t
    d I which has its principal offices head. Both shipments" iin1, consigned -\ i an I be allowed to roam thr pastuii's New Fall Styles Of i DR. W. W. CARSON :

    ;! at Orlando. Mr,.Fripp mentioned hav- In :St.; Lucas, wlii'ie thi'.v will I In', solilin at will without the OWI1<'1 feaimi

    '. ; j inE' !\t.od-the offices at Orlando, terfently I t the open" market I ,li\, the t ouurrs.Heretoftiie ),' fur thi'ir" lues bc'catise: of Middenlianges DENTIST

    14.+ ;; I T"iI' and stated that a represents the sravni'stibippmgs, ' hair < ' : in the weather.Kailroads Office over Pilley BuildingOfTIri' .,:
    I Shoes I Hours S12 1-S \i
    4'I I tive of the organization would soon consisted of ten to t\Mlvi ainloail.s, j jriiMsigni'd i I 1111.-rest lpd. Queen Quality Office! 'I'lKini' 168 Hi-nldi-nce ''Phone If 'rGas
    r AdmliilBl.-r' <7l: for Extraction ..fTroth
    S come to Kissimmee to attend a meet to < ha'ago |Ian kTs, but tin. "Thi- two I big shipments from, ,KisinuiH'i' ,-

    4 s kt r ing of the truck growers to /get hem I /glowers have decided that they can'' ) acre louted, o\i'r the Atlantic .A!. t I

    to reconsider their action in withdrawing ri'ali/e 1 more money by selling/ asplanned ( 'oast Line )lailioad' as far as :Montgomery .1.h t 'J X "
    T. M. RIVERS, M. D.
    i. h# < their membership as a )body. in the St. Louis, market\ lord shire the Louisville, and ::: We Are Now Receiving Our Selected Stock Of Queen

    Mr Krlpp also spoke of the rate hooky I expect that a good many futuio, ;Naslnille; will take them into St. Louis. : Y PHYSICIAN and.SURGEON "
    :Ijl: Quality Shoes, the Last Word in Footwear For
    now being prepared by the league/ shipments will go to the same place.' '' As for railway facilities, Floiida has .
    ::: Women, in All the New Styles and Shapes Office over Osceola Pharmacy ;
    1'' which will give freight/ and express "In a few years I believe, the cattle the most excellent in the country! foi, .$. f 'Phone R. i"Ul. nee 68orriri' .
    i f '
    "f ti :1!< ) rates to all points. The book will be raising industry will far surpass) the Tcuiing quick transportation" to the t Sf 1t9GEO. ,4

    .:""t :' t: r"t 't t. rst, loose leaf affair so that new inter I fruit business in Florida. Recently II' /gieat' market centers. This eliminatesthe : f: t :
    ; = and changes can be inserted at all : large company was oiganixed at Orlando loss of any stock through long
    11'- F. PARKER
    , h) ; !:.a times. This book Will be sold to members for the purpose of entering the periods on the road between points.'"

    ,. 'n ,x of the league at $2.50 and to non- I I I Fall Dress GoodsThe i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,j

    ) ar'a ('l' -:s members' at $3.50 per copy. i Collections and Conveyances '1

    R ,s The matter of Osceola county exihibitaat Specialties b
    the Orange county fair was
    11I111111I11I111111I111111I11I11I11I11I11111111I1111111111 112 1-1 BroadwarG.
    'i brought tip by B. E. Evans, county IiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII6 Latest Dictates of Fashion Can Be Supplied

    \, r thin demonstrator, who urged that From Our Full Line of Dress Goods Just F. KRIBBSATTORNEYATLAW
    all the members of the association TI"
    ,; cooperate -
    ) I Arrived From the Eastern Markets
    with him in securing a creditable
    + :
    ijk? (I. ;exhibit. Mr. Evans was named = YOU i1 Biamlnatlon of Title. a Bpeclaltr. '

    f s .by',the county commissioners to have - Notification non-re.ldente and Payment given cartful of tae.. e.

    charge ,of the exhibit and is to have attention. \

    ; -':,. as. his assistant; Miss Anne Carson LET US SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS Klialmme, Fla ,I

    Who ls In'charge of the Girls Canning {: .

    c du 'work In this county. Mr. EvansStated will be sorry if you miss =_ : Pat Johnston a. P. Garret<<'
    5 that the St. Cloud association

    '0' ,had':already taken up the matter and I I the big fountain Pen JOHNSTON &'GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW '

    i4, ',.,' had, named a committee to aid 1 him. I ft'.9

    .'l.L. ;;:tXpoit": }notion President! Kansler named Sale. Prices cut in I HI' C. STANFORD COil Offices 10, 11 and J2 Citizens Bank ';f,

    Y' ''f*. a2Committee composed 1 of M. 1 1) Alex- Building 3

    .. J "' f' l andel; EE: :Jj. Morey and II. Harrieiettfvald half. Sale closes Sept. Klmlmmee. Fla. ';.

    t '.. Mft' EvanH in securing exhibits Kissimmee e
    r'' + / Florida !
    t 'To ; ., t LouU i C Maaaey T. Plrton Warlow ;i
    ,'.:....: ;'", (. President Fansler urged! that everymember 20th I Late Couitet' for Judge of th. 1"1>
    ,,,' \1> r":; I, ./1; of thevisHociatmn. grow Via. R. it SSEY Criminal Court

    ,...... .something for the exhibit. II. E. I .;..: :.;-:-:..:- :- :-: >; y ATTORNEYS & WARLOW 'I
    !,, Swabey, who was present, also urged :::::z::: == AT LAW COUNSELLORS

    ,''IV the growers to do all they could to Cole Jewelry Co. Practice In all the court of the stab
    t- i i11I11I1111I1111I11I111I111I11I11I11I111I11I11I1111I111I111 and of the United State., also befori
    make the exhibit a ieditable one. / the Florida Railroad Comml..lo an4
    a t J. A. Wilkinson, of Lakeland, who the Interstate Commerce (""ommlulo. i
    11-14 Charleston Bldr
    1 is an extensive grower of peppers! on I Sewing MachinesWe Orlando. Fla. It.1)1'.

    1 the the growers East Coast some was valuable present informationupon and gave I1111I1111I1111I11111111I11111111I1 r i ir iI <..vrl 7

    the growing of this crop lie I have purchased the entire DR. M. J. HICKS.

    I- said that a sandy loam soil was best
    sewing machine business of
    ' for the growing of peppers and! that PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

    t he 'had made as high as 1,500 crates I J.V. Prentis and are now' Office State Bank Building &

    to the acre off his land, although about 'Phonca: Office 41Healdence v,

    I 700 is an average crop. He declared equipped to rent or sell] high 40 ";

    a that he netted about $500 an acre from WESTERN BEEF
    machines. ;
    his pepper crop, but that only long grade J. W. THOMPSON i
    experience and careful study of the

    i soil and its needs would bring successto Alto Local Agent For FUNERAL DIRECTOR T .J,,

    the grower. j )'Ii

    At the conclusion of the talk a vote Fine Juicy Meat Will Be Our Singer Sewing MachinesIn andLICENSED "

    of thanks was extended to Mr. Wilkinson EMBALMERStore

    for his kindness in coming to Specialty Saturday and and Chapel Stewart AT*. 4
    tell the what he knew on this
    addition to our established Klamm, Fla. 1
    subject. The subject for discussion Monday
    at the next meeting was not deter- business in ..v

    ( mined upon but will 'be announced. P. A. Van. ASTICWW.B.. Crmwf&r ;

    Bicycles Motorcycles Complete Supplieswe
    Not Helping Mother. "' w'

    daughter 25 and 30c a PoundTry Offices: 8-4-6-6 Building Citizens Bank $

    dishes in the just now. But .J
    pantry do KlaaJmm.a. PIoNA.
    J51; why does she need a red light?" expert repairing I .
    "Washing dishes? She never did of ti
    7 such a thing: in her life. She's devel- guns, graphaphones,

    oping photographs, -, old chap." It For Your Dinner Sunday sewing machines, locks,' bicycles ATTORNEX LEWIS' O'BRYAN-AT-LAW y

    ka "It says here that the longest sentence
    in the English larlg-uage contains motorcycles or any manmade Waring Building i

    140 words," eaid the old fogy.
    machine. ,
    "Thep longeestosgentence contains .. ,
    only Wa.n in N..4 of a
    w one word. VETERINARY SURGEON "
    ;t ."What Is that?" asked the old fogy.. CENTRAL MARKET Osceola Bicycle Company '.-Call'For --: '
    .w. the.
    h replied grouch. .""5 ..I.\\, .;.A.. V'' RICHMOND' J l'

    ;' $ In tie of Chinese PHONE 20% J. Lv; POWERS. Prop Xft BROADWAY .. 'lion.'apippidt: I in4 t.. 'e, .
    ti drowning 10,000 0/& 1 : ; : !
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    . with all 'those'TOot'on the rolls and ,to gOO "OOO' .' u .' Jo 0000'.0':': scaryday, In earb' ' ,; "....',Si' ,I ,...;f1 I

    - urge them arrange 'attend' the ODD BITS OF' Ewa... ,.>. to: ,nature,"the workmen in the factory**- ."nJ,:'
    reunloru; Remittances: should be ''sentto threw*dowi their tools t and sent tfteir 3
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    UTT Live NewsFroln All Florida I Frank Brodnax., Columbia. ,'S.C.In: toooOOOO..040..00., . .: time hfthe! windows and on the'insf' **' ,. 'i'o
    rum of $3.6,0.Officers 'f 'I 1
    ; the Cleveland, ohio.-fWhat's your, of ;:the, buildings watching'the'antics; '
    .. .. . of Organizalton.P of the fair bather Newhe; <<,'
    . _ ._ T" brldg. t
    - - - - -- name asked thp'ktreetfrgpZIr'deh -
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    V99999999999Vy. y1. y yY T.Y. Y T' .y. YYTY TT Y TYTYY The Florida:officers of' the ;
    ri---.T'7 1 ; .1 organization workman."I }1>company is I suing"to'.compel Jhe girls
    .' Jones- shows about two' mile. The work will ,be this year and is well pleased with, Statt'Association W J. partment timekeeper. ,of/a t
    The famous Johnny :' I are". I, wonder,",,the.:man.r pli.d.. '"Don't, to[move,their: houseboat.
    /will'winter in Orlando again this com- pushed as rapidly as possible:- result.. i Sears, Kissimmee, honorary president! ;' kid --,; .
    me, your name? "I Wonder -: __
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    \1ng wlntert. .-' I -r.- John B. Sutton, Tampa, active presl-t-, 'I WlnderThe man's name,... Kalamirop, Mlch> On the saline! day,i
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    s -r'Tnonotoisssa C. V. Robert,;a citizen of Ocala, Orlando has a newly organized bankto dent;. Frank! Brodnax, now of Colum Hy Wonder. 1 Eva Jackson'found a sister ions whom ,

    .. in Hillsborou county, has 'just Invented what he' claims to Be known as the Real Eatate Bank,' bia, S. C., treasurer; G. P; Garrett,': she: had b n?!iwpaated for, ,
    j ,
    ----- ; ,twenty
    ;,'".claims to have shipped 10,400 boxes be a puncture-proof automobile inner of which J. H. Tucker, county treasurer Kluimmee,-secretary; E. C. Love, na-' Richmond, -Io.-: Mrs.. Catherine years; helped to celebrate the twenty-' *
    V of citrus fruit (during the past year. tube. In public tests made at an has been made president. The tle'nal representative. Jacksonville .
    first K. Olmstead
    Roberti 76 old birthd.y'otpharle"
    was tropbled ; ,
    Ocala big tacks and small bank will make a specialty of farm Alumni Club John Mitchell ';
    ----- garage ,president;
    I,. b with\ swollen gums A few days later and then; to cap'-the climax, married;,
    Fellsmere is enjoying an extensive nails were driven Into the tire but and building loans._ Sam Marks, vice president; R. A. Hen him.
    The titter is the'wife.ol
    the edges ,of a new set of teeth, her Arthur
    \ building boom that is expected to last the holes closed at once without lettingout derson, Jr., Tampa -'
    if; secretarj-tre.surer., third, appeared. Shortly she will hay Brewer, a friend of Olmstead, through'wh
    rod:will in the winter. the air. Lakeland public schools have gotten Alumni honorary the sisters traced '
    a complete set. ln their kin.
    .)" ahead of most of those In the state, president; active president, ship. ',' ', '

    .1 A large lime mine near Brooksville The first oysters of the season, ob- having opened Monday, September6th John B. Sutton.STETSON. ... -
    Martins Ferry, O.-Near the River- .
    1has been leased to a big operating tained from private beds, are being for the new term. There was an .
    side Bridge company's factory a house The biff not all does'In'the
    't marketed Pensacola. The Florida enrollment were
    concern and will soon be in operation. at unusually large and the '
    UNIVERSITY boat, loaded with, pretty vacationlsts big towns. The in
    young greatest poem
    law prohibits the taking of oysters students were taken in charge by

    --ts The little town of Macintosh in from public beds before the first of Supt. Chas. M. Jones and his able was moored. But when the Lb. English language was.'written" 1 in'! r1
    girls begah to disport in the water a ..
    Marion county \has recently organizeda October. corps of thirty-eight teachers. OPENS SEPTEMBER 24 country churchyard. s,

    live board of trade.

    The total valuation of real and personal The Auburndale News Era says: NEW SET OF CHIMES RECENTLY t

    Okeechobee's public school has property in Ft. Pierce this year "A large force of men under the, direction INSTALLED, PLAYED BY PRO NATURES SOIL BUILDER

    4 opened for the fall term with an attendance amounts to $1,070,000, which is an increase I of Superintendent Stidman has FESSIONAL CIIIMER TO CELE-

    of one hundred and Ifty. of nearly $120,000 over last I been busy the past week In carrying BRATE OPENING WITH CHIMES Blowers Ground Limestone makes acid soils ,
    year. The tax rate for 1915 has been the clearing and grading of the LakelandAuburndale CONCERT-OTHER IMPROVE-
    sweet. It releases potasU salts and imparts
    't A board of trade has been permanently fixed at 22 mills. road from the new MENTS. strength and rigor to growing crops and trees.
    organized in Haines City with city limits down to the shore of Lake Blowers' limestone ground unusually fine 'BLOWERb

    a representative membership. Business men of Femandina last Xriana, and the work is practically Readers of this paper will rememberour readily mixes with the soiL Contains no impurities .

    Monday found that they were the completed. advertisement in the summer of -can be applied at any time-is GROUND ,

    I Sumter cottnty farmers have had owners of a large quantity of counterfeit I Stetson University. The big college is inexpensive.,Write for literature and pr cea.'. I LIMESTONE

    bumper crops of hay and corn this silver dollars left by some personwho Mrs. John Farhjy died-suddenly in to open September 24, Friday. A Blowers Lime & Phosphate Co. fn

    past summer and are now preparingfor evidently came to the city with I Miami of heart disease. She was apparently beautiful set of chimes consisting of Box K 308, Ocala Florida '

    ., fall )l1.ntinaof vegetables. a large crowd of excursionists from enjoying the best of health eleven bells has been installed anda

    Jacksonville.Fort when stricken down, and death was professional chimer from Baltimorehas ._ ,
    ; Louis Mitchell, an Orlando negro, :practically instantaneous. Mrs. Farley been engaged to open the school -- --- --- -- ------ -----

    has been given a four-year sentence Drum's new brick school house, came with her husband to Miami from year at eight' o'clock Friday morning,

    for housebreaking by Judge T. Picton costing about $3,000, has been formally 'Bath Beach, N. Y., a short time ago, September 24, with a chimes concert.

    :Warl w. accepted by the board of trustees. and the couple were planning to make DeLand and all Volusia county is The of the world

    The occasion was marked by a gather- that city their permanent home. proud of the big university within eyes .,

    The ladies of Fort Myers have started ing of more than five hundred peopleat their borders, and we of this com-

    ; to raise a fund for the erection of a barbecue and program of speak- Thirty-two foreigners appeared before munity congratulate our Volusia coun- 1 ,

    a Confederate monument on the court ing. Judge Rhydon M. McCall in Unit ty friends that they have such a bene- are on the man who I

    house square in that city. ed States district court in Jacksonvillea ficent institution in their midst. ; ::

    A special bond election was held at few days ago, seeking naturalization : There is a splendid prospect for the
    The public schools of Daytona will Park last there papers as American citizens.: Of
    Winter Friday, being opening. More than the usual number '
    open for the fall and winter term on two propositions before the voters. An this number, twenty-three were successful of reservations have been made I
    27, with H. C. and took the oath of allegianceto
    Monday, September issue of $5,000 for the installation ofa and great enthusiasm prevails. The
    Marks as principal. and well carried the United States while nine were AVESAUSE
    pump by a marginof Stetson students and alumni fire loyalto
    six votes, but the other proposition, for various reasons denied naturalization. : their Alma Mater because they respect :
    ; The screening ordinance adopted by .
    for extensions defeated
    $7,500 sewer was and revere her. Those who come.
    the commissioners of Pensacola is be- I
    by only four votes. to Stetson are impressed by the earnest I
    s ing strictly enforced. All fruit stands i Ii _
    ; LOCAL MEN OFFICERSIN I character of the student body, the -
    Kl. and stores are now well screened
    After completely refurnishing and strong religious ideals .of the college,

    :/ from the fly pest. redecorating his home for the recep- ALPHA TAU OMEGA [ and the fine character of the men and for moment, young man, } ,,

    : tion of his family, who had been away women who teach. 1
    : St. Petersburg's fine new Carnegie and give thought to self. Th '
    -- I' a .
    on a vacation, Z. R. Reed, of Bucking- Students returning, this fall will ,
    will be opened in a few days
    ham in Lee county, went to Fort My note with pleasure th," improvements that
    I problems confront
    without any formal ceremonies. DENT AND G. P. GAItI Ei'I', SEC you now' or
    ers to meet his wife and children. in many of the buildings on the
    i More than three thousand books are RETAIt Y. OF ALUMNI ASSOCIATION -I
    I Shortly after his arrival there, he received grounds. The laundry has been mov- will a few hence. J''
    + being moved from the old library to WHICH MEETS IN JACK-
    c a telephone message that the ed to a better position. The 'libraryhas ,',
    the IN. .
    residence been burned the I -- -
    had to
    been adorned the
    by hanging of
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    Look about yea-4ke men ef affairs la country, state.itlo ii w
    and that the building and ,
    ground con- more than a hundred pictures. Cor- .
    The public school at Fellsmere hash tents were a total loss. The fire was Considerable local Interest is at- I responding improvements have been isi the world, are the mea wke started to save. early la, life./,' .oj > i 4
    opened for the fall and winter term tached the ,
    to secon ] annual reunionof I
    1f;., n with an enrollment if nearly one hundred evidently the work of an incendiary.The Florida -members of the Alpha Tau been made elsewhere, chiefly in the They .... tke respect.. confidence's! tke cosmninaltY.'
    of the chimes.
    1 andvfifty.children. Five teachers in Jacksonville' November setting up I .
    Omega fraternity ,
    r ,compose the staff. city commissioners of St. Petersburg i I 5-6 because of the fact that- The athletic activity at Stetson this I Tfcem leek a* tile..otker.sidW. at. the fellows wke pal all r+'

    ;a estimate that the expenditures W. J. Sears;;of this city, 1$' honorary year'will be greater than for manyyears. reek.4ksy stay kare a' .rood tike /or a while, bat wet doesporioasiiry ..., :. '... ,,
    for general purposesfor the ensuinayear A good football coach has beenen&8 refect? > -
    and G. P. 'Garrett also ? '. ..:
    ipensacola's postoffice receipts for president, of .t :, ; .
    will amount to $126,491, St.j 1..

    the month of August in business indicate' conditions) a great Petersburg's tax rate this year is 22 Kissimmee alumni, is members secretary.The .of the frater- material among the student coming M deposited ia this. bark wffl ..... .I .,.
    improvement mills. in, and there will be a tine spirit of.cooperation adems ., a* koaerable. tadepeadeat career. '" :
    t in that city. The figures show an Increase nity residing in this state organizedlast : y '1'>
    between the town, the faculty Male row kefiaaisv" ...-t J q. Tow i"
    of than $600 the in Jacksonville on the occa-
    more over year
    The Atlantic Coast Line railway has and the student body to produce the MalE bask will poi. tke way. i'.i
    receipts of July and more than $200 sion of the Florida-Sewannee football I II II
    best organization and the best teams
    been designated as the official route
    of last Since -Jacksonville and
    over August year. game.
    of the Florida Grand Army men for possible. There is some excellent newbasket
    Tampa have organized separate alumni -
    Dates have been fixed for all the the encampment at Washington, Sep- clube. The Jacksonville alumni act ball material, some fine new State Bank I :
    October 2 inclusive. baseball material, and these two
    tember 27 to games
    south Florida fairs so that they will as hosts to the 1915 reunion. I F.I .
    will be coached by a strong coach. .,
    ', not conflict The Tampa fair will The program follows: Friday evening I. .
    Tennis will be to W'
    t start January 26 and close February Governor Park Trammell!' has finally November,.6, smoker tendered bythe 'heretofore. We up congratulate a high mark uni-as f 'V!**iininee"- ,* ryr..,", -, .L..... "
    4. The Sub-Tropical Fair at Orlando "succeeded completing the membership Jacksonville Alumni Club; Satur- 0

    will follow and then the Putnam .f the board of county commissioners day morning, business meeting of the versity on- their fine prospects. .
    ITta ... .. .._ ,. .
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    :Marion and Alachua fairs. county by namingG. State Association after- A warden
    county ; entering a prisoner's cell .111... ... ___ ... .
    1 M. Tanner of Baldwin as the fifth noon, Florida-Georgia football game; .one day found it very hot and stuffy. u. ,.. ...... ___

    & :' The street committee of the city commissioner. t Saturday evening, anunal banquet of dosed"Why 7"have he got your ventilator ... Di....... I I"otIeen

    .{ ,; council of Tallahassee has ordered the the State Association. The burly. prisoner answered plain C. A. CARSON, Pro*. J. It LYio.. :: 'IW.M. :: r:
    immediate construction of cement The Tallahassee True Democratsays Although the directory has not been .
    J tivelyWell '
    KATZ. 2ad Vic
    sidewalks from the intersection of that Mr. McQueen, a prosperous completed,there are now 180 membersof guv'nr, the last time I had IW.

    ,;: Monroe street and College avenue to farmer of Leon county, converted his the fraternity listed in Florida. The the ventilator open a wasp flew in, ROMA THOMAS,Gtbli.r
    you see, and carried off dinner,
    r the depot, a distance on both sides of surplus watermelon crop into syrup secretary is anxious to get in touch while my back was''

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    : !.' re Estate alt Krwle II. Drldmef J Oeeeela CJ. at)'. .

    Notice I. hereby riven, to all wHSrn I. ... Katate] sit l'7 ii *

    i Advertisements It may concern that on the loth day Walter B....' 8r. ,""", , ,.! '
    : : : ': : of February' A.' D. 116. I shall apply Notice Is herebr given, to all whomriarldsw VINE HAY

    to th. Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge .It mar concern,that on the twelfth day CURING : COWPEA

    TCP QUALITY _iniiiiiiii IIM_ii_mill of said Coprt. .* Judge of Probate for of December, A. ,D -191* I shall applyto '
    .. my foal discharge as Administrator the Honorable M. kurphy. Judge '
    "> la a..It c..rt far lbs ifevesitk. Judicial or the. estate of Erwin H. Bridges deceased of said Court as Judire of pr. at., for ..

    ; 4I'JC: ,': rder NOW for Clrevlt ef ke Kate .. ...1...* ,,, : and at the same time 1 willpresent my discharge a. Administrator of the rI
    , to said Court final accounts of Walter Bass deceased ;
    my estate sr. ; :
    W" .. cud '.1' 0.1. C.atyIN
    :TUItNtP SEED CHANCERY a. Administrator of said estate and ask and that at the same time I will present James M. Wison. Jr., wel-know I now being U.e as grazing; ground ,,

    -. nUTABACAt Mary J*. Ba... w....., .. CM re Ian ef : for their approval.Dated . to said Court my final accounts in Kissimmee Florida for cattle. |,
    COLLARD. ONION Ella Bees .R. _. (Dilates,. B._ August 2nd. 1915. as Administrator of said estate and ask *
    is himself scientific deal
    j__ A. B. DROUGHT. proving a farer Mr. Willson given a great
    _ SEED, 'also ONION SETS. SIB* ...1... Bvll a.... .1... feelr* .. for their approvaLDated ;
    < Administrator.IN has
    18-1 m mo Jun. A. D. 116.HKNRT of mean ability. Mr. Wilson a of
    II. no the ,
    of attention growing cow ;
    SEED RYE SEED OATS Welter ....., ..., de-4t.ase., t ) '
    I T. BASS. tract of land east of the just pea .and has a plan of curing y:
    RAPE GARDENBEANS. ' S6-o-a-mo- Administrator. evolve
    I vs. FORECLOSURE UITHemrr IDA CIIICUIT SMVKJVrll COURT,JUDICIAL STATE OK OUHVCU1T II'LOR- outside the corrat citrand the the pea' vine this he ha .,t>
    T. ..... end CelIa Bass, kle '
    St. Cloud He I
    ) some of others.
    OSCKOLA COUNTY.IN secured the method
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    Bass w..... Re- i
    rf. Our FALL 'SEED CATA. .......... OHA"" : 650 acres. Oi this Mr. Wilson had Kindly consented to allow the Valley) v

    i LOGUB U ready it ct..... full NOTICE) OK' MASTER'S SAI.K ... T. Hekler. CetMB...... I. Court .f the 4D...ty Judge. State ef only 20 acres under cultivation this Gazette to publish these methods.Mr. '
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    ;! description prices, etc. It T.Be All It Wk known 4>e> It that May notice c. I. hereby' ".. .. ..rtd.. 0...... Ceaisity. year thirteen. acres in cowpeas and Willspnrs ow method is a follows J

    1 will b* a pleasure! to mail you the underslfrned, si Special Ida :Reo....".. D..t. Estate .f Ro.I. C. BeaeftuBt seven acres in rice. The portion of : 'j
    f1t"erb It appearing by affidavit appended to
    -, b) | ,,one. on request. In Chancery hereinbefore appointed I the bill tiled In the above-itated cause THE ji!IXK OK SAID COURT the land upon which he has cowpeas, To take five poles fifteen feet long;
    In this cause that duringthe Whereas, A. E. Drought. haa appliedto he had often been told was too low
    that Ida Eckley. the defendant therein the three and *.
    make circle ground
    a on
    4th of
    legal I hours of sale on the day
    : named la a non>realdent of the stateof this Court for ettera of AdmlnlaLretlon for successful cultivation. But he has r
    Feed. sink the
    Poultry $ ppIIss, Incubi- October A. D. 1916 being rule day of Florida. and Is a resident of Canton with will annexed on the estate of one-half feet in diameter; '.,
    solved that and answered his
    .It this Court. I will for sale to problem
    expose Kotnaln C. late of 1\.1'' ends of the two feet in the
    State of Ohio. la over the age of twenty Beach deceaaed. butt poles
    tors Etc. CoBkey's andPratt'j the highest bidder for caah the following with of the best be
    -one year..: It l I. therefore ordered County of Oaceola. critics one crops t equal distance apart in this '
    F described premisesThe : that mild .rpnldent defendant b Three. are. therefore to cite an.1 Admunltth gound. -
    Remediax non andis seen anywhere.Mr.
    of to be
    ; Kast half l.ot Three and all, all and Klndiuil ; the tops of the poles .
    singular, Iho
    _ required to appear to the bill of complaint Willson has evolved
    a new
    of Lot Four and the Kant half of I ot \
    tiled In said. cause on or before and creditor. nf said decea3d to bi* sod spread out until they make a circleof
    Six of Lilork Five of H. A. ItohineonaAddition of the of this land :
    Write for weekly Price List to the Town of HlMKimmeeCity Mondny the 4th day of October A. 1}. appear before thin Court on o brfoiothe theory drainage five and one-half feet in dIametr. ,
    1116. olhtrwiae the allegations of said 16th* day of October. A. M. lUli, ind and will run ditches from the land in
    and Catalogue. Maid lands beingIn OHCeola hili" III be tnkcn HS confessed by said file nbJittli$. if any they have. tu the direction of the lake instead of One foot from the &round. cross pieces \

    : County. Florida defend,. nt granting of Letter. of Administration the to be nailed keep from resting -
    Tin of sale. II he the CourtHouse which t hy
    E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. plaC4 Door in KlHslmtmc Oareola It Is furthfr ordered thnt tills ordI"F' with vtlll anrifxed on Maid eatate, otherWise '- int the large drainage ditches on the ground; the t be cut in J \.

    I j Count I".' pnMlHht 0" "" a \tek for four ron thf satnii will be g. anted to nald alongside the property.. This follows kind of weather and immediately i
    y. .
    s,,' lIlIc \\i4kM In th" KlHslmrmal A IJ roiiKht or tt> Home other nt p "r_ the natural fall and drainage of any :
    this 25th day of AUKllxt A : :
    _ 2OO East Bay Street. hauled and put into this pole structure -
    JfUazittr. H nt'\\ npaper published III Moll or l pCt MOIlfilniHH
    JACKSONVILLE FLOHIDARUBMYTISM D. 1015 fta til fount* HIM) Stat4: *. "' m\' nit ln.* a' Ct>unty .lutl"ei the land and although his system of I tramped down using \

    _ _ IOHV, S CA1)1J. 'I''hl" AUK" lit Ii. illS f tht. ('ountitforenald tblH the ] 0kh ditches is not yet complete, he can wel abut
    A" $,,, 'llIj M"'r, In CIII.n""T 1 two one-half gallons of common p
    < ) 11. I i-t. 1'.11 I I J. I. I >\ nnsTiinirr tlaof I'.t.. A l> l'!'16isenl already see the effects of his plan. !
    rock salt to each load of hay. t
    Clerk Plrcult Court, I I ) T. M. MUIIPHY wagon
    As "ounnel for l onipliilnant. 37 6tOf Next he to have 150 t
    11AMH4 lit. JoHSSHivDouuty. :I'1!!' 4t County JudKeIII year expects When the structure is entirely *
    I n_______ n ____ of the land on the side nearest fled
    Clerk ---- -- -- --- acres '
    _ _ _ _ the top a central pole seven : '
    1 fet
    ,) t p >0.1.1f.1.; A .'..I.U..O". |- worked
    and this (
    If I 'Sill.II<< SI';( .'I KIN R7I A M) I ,suiii; n..i for. ( oiiinlnlnant' 3G 41I ,SOHiM In iinil for the M,.u. brrn !>!.- later on has plans to put the whole long is provided is '
    : 07.1/ 4.I.MKAI<< HI' "I.t "11.1 01-- Irlil of hlorlda.In down into the stack two feet leaving
    TIIIO wl'Ail.: <>H- fl.ollllfANotlro ifiO() acres into one big farm where I %
    I > IKi': IP AMMl-MII It \TOIlllor it stand five feet above ; around this ,

    final UI..r..e. ) Its "nilth Suite t 'onp."J. a (orpora- he ran produce forage crops in shundance t is until it ,
    Will Rheumatism hay piled is completely
    It cure Neu. I H h..lI.hv gt.n that. A. 1" In ourt ..I 4. mal > Jutlue, State of u.... llu ...* rup<. for cattle feed. Part of the landixnnilntil *
    "- ralgia. Headaches. Cramps Colic II"..... |IH'r..hR..r <..r TH x l ',*,itlMint I .. Ni lorida.. IN IM4.III m.<., I (covered using a twenty foot ladder

    206 01.. ..,1| :trd
    .. \\1 Sprains, BruisClh Cuts. Burns Old I and J\< ..> 388 and :t8'i!' d"t'd l 7th ,ilav. ..r > To tilt I 'eII'.. .I.'H..t. till' Smith mine and' tamtllrd In otm| yen \.

    J Sores. Tetter. Rlnii-Worm Ei .llll)'. A. l) l'H3) I IIIIH' tll.-.l, fn'I: ,, x ( 'c'r. Nollre. Is hereby tflven to nil whom ( '"niifiii\'| i if ltiHlmim' 't,. tlHttola Coun vlonItllN My informer tells me this hay will
    > 1tfUatiIn$ niofll<'<> "j Jill I hits, niailtup I.hI.'ntI..i It m:i>' tontiin. that on the 20th day .r..r"HIIdN..I' I through a sweating but
    | lami I I"tr"t n I I nntl warrants Is- KO process
    ) en- I.
    r\ zema etc. Antiseptic |> for tax d..1 I to IHHIII In li. < of .vi-nila-r. \. II. 111 r>. I shall. applv 11",1
    Anodyne .
    ( 'MI i I- h" i i h\ ts-ii th..t t tI" n ho v inimit -I I iii II- I follow I I will not spoil and will keep indefinitelyand
    tin ahlt 'I' M Mur I
    lonliiiuillh ln\v 14111'1.1 I <'''UM to 11 OMIII ]>hy juiiuef
    i ,used internally or externally. 25c "l1Ihr". .'t' tin fitllnIni,. i1 I,., l 1 uul II Kilil mini 1 as Jliilm, .)..r rrolinlf., for il linn It,i iipt. han otTt! 'rt'ti \vriltinof .. f I I- \.1. 'ill I xiipl . $1 I 25 onU that his lereptable hold two
    '.1111 'i-i- Iutui| 'llIuilt' ill ItM " ,1" I. l : I I1: r I I. ItO .1.. -< K onM wil -
    Una) fI.I"IIIIKlrAI..r of ) 1.1 I
    "ttIlH.1, In OM ,.o la t oun I i :sin; ,ID,. of lily illHihatkA as on.half of
    1"I..rldll.. I lo ,It I I h.> saint' of Jiihn, I'lerti, .. .1. i.. ns-.l.. liion tin l..ll-si.g I hll"l l h\' 'pa > llik., .ill i I Iri-l--: ti. Ml l t I I ititkK' 10 OH ant tons hay.
    \\ .
    ) . ii nil thit: .al I I liiMa lli' 11 I 1m..' I will flr-- ,tiSilitu t ,II, " "t t 1.1 flIt. It,. tlo. Mil ,r to 'It- T J ,-* I-i I I M 1 n; I 1" I mtK I litili: I plan was submitted to John M.
    ; I .r'llIe"I.:0'I I : ?lIf Iiil' luli I I f nrf4)( ) I
    ; LET US HAVE YOUR BILL Inl,,il iml. 11".1 I .II1... ,,, ",1 :I' I I. 1 ItO
    lit. t II.. Sr-IIIoIl..IulA. 1 I.. "'-.IIIJ"II'I ( '''Ill, ; I. lit lo Mini toiiit I in\ null attoiintH ntnlinli L. npfi i i "in- I. n s | scott, of the Agricultural ExtensionDivision
    : WE WILL , ,, ,"t' ti, .itor' of ""ILl. stiit' anil I ask ,II I" |1''I \ 'M''I "I I .I .I,11 I I, III, t I 'I Ml* H Illl pi 'll'I I. I ; \ .,, -- ''. -- 'K'. Sill: : I
    SURPRISE StIbIII' .r s. t II 'llTon"Mp '' II
    YOU P'In'H i *II.II. i"!n ( 0"1' I arid Agricultural Ex &
    | _' for I a |>pi'tt\ nl I Inn. I m full I I I Ih. Ii r.Ii, a 'tIll", tin I ,, ofHi I i. i h u it rr I lhii d I r I\ HKI> pen.
    t 1 Iwint\ -I i\ ( !t. KmthKan t i .
    ,. I 'a U?I".il I..y 1 l' \ 11 1 ifU I I I t I I --I ' i hunk' i npt I u III s ;"i-, :3 "it I melt Station at daine'iville. : who wrote *
    . ,, ,, -
    i, Thill'I t ( i I"t ) |1'.1. < :0. ; I"I"I: : : ) II': -t\.I:: I
    ... II I It V 11'1'11111,1"t"I."t..r.I i II. I li. I I l Ih., Kill Atifl.l5 A.- t Ii 1 -"ii I 1.' 1 "inMi .-, i III- I'h 1 s- I 21', '' follows "the method "
    : ]tf you want material we ,\ I I I I i"\ I 'I i I I I i K I - I I 'I i Mil I i I lila t Mn I M 1 I- '-i ii nlsi"I li, N.. I 7 itIlI 1lr.'lllwn
    So :)4'( i 1.1 t SIM 1. n, i in i in "r 1 th.. h "" ; .d. : :I'"I: : : : i .I' is good one the
    \e a
    ture from the stump and can manufoc'I'I "I li. 1 1.,1 A "ln\.. 11,1,111' 4 '"in,,1'-)' ::12 2C 10 -H42 I I oil, I .1! i v i s. " i ill I 111, a IIIit I i I II " v h.t 1 ,p,"I ml I int.Mfk NI tit I you s-UKtfehted ,
    _ , , ' - --- I "I" I Ii, I Ii,,i' iliimHUM I , ,lit, prov- mli I II" .- i iI I "Ill only Jiouble is that it relui'es a good
    i-"I 1..1/| | |"| if V. ( I !M ( Ml 1 '' '\ h I" |> : .
    money. We Guarantee grade and i 'I 1'1\I i i\ i 'i I.I: s" utii, ,, H"" n '1'1"" i I.i. \ i I. MI i inIN . : i I I mil. tiupt.i \ .i 11I11"1. II i. ,,m pi> .I Ii I E;,in I I. "i I I' nt' II.I .., .. II. .. I deal of time t build. tripods or whatever -

    ,, ,, ... " ,, ..I" d anilmi h ai Itm tnki n I I li' -.h i :'u- I IA 4"n
    I 1'10 I I ,1 l I b.
    to be the ; l nil I : i l 11 I mi > wl to tall on whichto
    workmanship up to Stand I ll i ,It t I I h.<. ll" t.. ....r I I II I .. .. "r ,.I I I III. ,1. Tit I : I :V I I II.I III \l. ll. ''' S 11\11. Ii---, \ I t.) n . i --ill. \ lookiliK. . lo. tin) \ I I-ntiiu..l--: I.)..,i it ".1 you th.0.
    ard. ,, . II i-i-.'M..I. I"I-, I I ,0 t I t hi 1"1""t ris\ u nil 101' "I I Ii, 'I- .1 I I 1" cure you, hay, hut no doubt tie
    1 I"
    i"n tI hi n" MM "I ii nK I n"\\ n I I. i.l' I II 'I
    _ 4. . l"Hi.t .ill I i li ill I I I I". i .1..1 1 -.t,.nlnn I II" l trio., . t i. .n of M hit. h ..tI" r I htl Mint j.* \ I \ \ -II .,111 .. CI '... 11'. ,It I 2 I lIft hay will cure i food shape when sohandl'd.

    1 .' I 1., \\ l.x.l.. .1 'ill i I- in tin ..TI', \.ti" I I,. t" ii, ''h". "II. t, i i' i i I" -t 1 ) i i 'nn In-fil.. tin. rotil I I I. I"I" I -1..t. I ,..., ,I",,, 0.,1. However, 1 believe it wouldbe

    : Yellow ,, i" I I". Ih, .1.11 i .1 1 s, ,11! mix, i I. \ 1 hIt 1'1 \\ 01 f I II" tI,. ." "i.i.' .. .1 I .ii.. . d.i i1 ,, i t iii- :,\" 7ft 7Vli I 71..
    : Pine lumber Co. 1 :' !'f, \1 I '1' ",,,, II I \\ I I." .. d I " I I'd.I I \\ II i n'iop.i' i i i .ioIu.. *-. .pi I nth pur h t I I II I I'to'.I I t. I Ii, r "h 1Mi I ', 'ill' a (food ideii to let the hay wilt in

    \\ It ,n. I Ii, IIi"I I in iil.1 ,.11iil,,, l . -. 'llllir. I 1'" .." I "iIS I" 'tih,1, I II II II. ,,, ,, I" 'I'I MH M I K 1 1.1 I : I I'I HI! I I' .I HiII I 1,1.: I I .ili ,. "o l 1.1" -,1 I IMl H. tIll the sun for two 01 three hours before .

    ; pk Promptness Our Watchword. I I l t tli I _...II I h il. .i\ ..f .\ 'in._ .u. l \ I I' I 1"I i I loHI 'I' 'I \l ii.",.t." s I II" I '''IilI' I I ,,if, . t . I I I Id I 11 i i i I m, Hank I rupt I I i \ I 1 IIi 1 it /i I Ni,,il' 1,n si.I 1 till, HI llN. )putting it on the piles I do not believe -

    1 '1 s. .II| > .I I |I. I.ITHII'I'| | ( 1 I I :I It : 1 I . '' iIl'' I 1'1". ."lul I i U In < ,:. IiIt I 'iMi III. 1111i I

    p: Phone 195. Kisslmm..... Fla. i '10,1. < ',in ml '.. l in t .11..1.. I ui'.i' ,II" 'I. .;, i. I I ill". in, '1.,1 i iI
    Hi'; rt t i ''mil\t. I l.iIl.,) II,"' ,""01 i , " I'h"' I i\ I ii. t t.i.. I III "r I I" 1411I tall to the hay. as al the good! the

    I I I'> lf,. ITU.." MI.. 11111., .ni "rI < '. '0 fill VI 111 lltNK Ol hl."II:1. : : i I' u I 1,1 I i I I 0.1 i l u -"r.l.t.- i 1 1 .-it s, I suit dots is to make moie appetizIn -

    lull-I.I in" t II' I nn" I II." i ln\\ , i.., I IIII III K li>.liii .....r. I .III.. In I heall. -. I' S.. 2 lilt
    NO IHI : lou 110114t. I IONrial I I... I i -I I 01 I, Iu..l..I r M i.. I t. .. I II i .. | jil.. ill. I Itirltln. HI llu' 4 IOMC tf I i i : 'i I I t ii, \ii "r i i. .i t"n .n s I In',; the tock, :and Iho! is not neussui -
    : Malarial!Chills & Fever ; .... I \I I w I I 11, t"I 11,, .I .t."I . i I II I |I' "i I .. ItllHltl' *.!-III. Jllll.. ;- l. N.0 :_- 1111 ) if the bin ,.. ".I (ur..t"
    > <>. "IIII7IIJIff ,,, .
    11"I I ,
    intit t in.1\ .itt.i..i i t 11 I II I i v ill II II ii | -.I f i I I. I n S
    .|.n r4iil<*iit col I hi* .....rl.... 1 ". 1 ,nti.r, ,.' ,,... I -UN I ."I" .1 ". I :Mi i \\illson wrote the 1 Florida

    "'- PrriplJpaNo.. 888 I. prepared especially" oril.... jit <...I""A' lilt.. I Ivrliln. \IIK. In: \ I Is '1'1'\li \II I II I :SOI lit .sI ,I I I-: I ; lll\ | ll III -. |P -I"". (.flown foi methods of ,pea vine
    2-Jdv far MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. I XI, It'I\ ', It 101 . I I I' I I -I, it." } '!17 II" Iil I . I 'u"lnl
    I " tiI . I II- I I--I Html I I III- -i I.:1: S hay and was f following
    n. II ,t. I .,1 --. ,M lt\ 11'.n
    , Five llz dofc will break and I I' N I, 7 Full
    Of : case, :- i
    l, any : lI.i.t C "I I ., .1 I I I. 1 1I Ml'''(II''I'''Ml I :
    Nil. 'I- hnv' n Unit! I Mli n "I.i t I I i I. < I 111 . I'plll'
    .. , , .. .. I I II I \\ I h. In I litliin I mill in'"
    y U taken then. tonic the Fever will not I In nil I t.url for ( lit N .II l .l I.1.11 i
    .. . .. ,
    .'L.. IIM' n .r I 1..1.I . I I 1.1, ..I.. \\ h". "nMut \II I I .1)I I I. I "i ml I Int , ,
    .' I Ir..1t 1.1 III. 'l ,,Ie ,.f | l.rlln.Ill 1 1. i il' I" 'r. S \Ii Ii ::1'<" in I the Open.Take .
    "bIrD..t act on the liver better than "I t'> I ma .I. II...1111" .t, ..l.. I 1'1\I .. t T. 'IMMI' nntit' I Curinl

    Calootcl saG doe not gripe or (ickeo. 2Se NI i"I".r I i I .'\1'J i s,, ti..n ami 1..0..1.11 < .. 1 ..."ii I } ." i. I II lI \-li\i-1 .1'I. I .;, a \ Iol' twel.. 1(12)! ) feet
    : 1.
    t. -K '1 i.I' I,hip II s.,? !", I It", ? ,,,. : .I. \ i 0111'0' i i HIM. i-niinii. \ q\ lIlt .
    I I "II M.IKllMII, ,:, )h.! 111.I noil.. il" I.. I i id,I ; f.II.nilI h"1
    ( -, t ,I. ,1 'rliutl-' in tli ti ,in set in the fiountl Every thiee
    ) trlhiir I : lion >. ii a. I'liiliilllT.III . t I pole is (
    'If IIIt-flhl..II\ 11. mult' rin 11 \ "it i I'.r. I n I h tn, II M i 1 tuiiiuututi-' i .
    I III x I Illl III I : \ I 11 tin 2 I
    Ii', i Klahlixli' i laiin to tin I Inn! .iilinvi 'A. i"I i I- ,IMIII." .7 ru {, 41 feet aie nuiletl four ((4)) foot long 11 oss
    : :: : ; i Il-r. '1. Iii,... .1 .I.. 11.-f.-i.lisil. i -ininii, t- 1 i-'I. |"'li -nt- Ci |i li" tit Hfll II
    I ) When (cli'-i ,Iii il I. I l.ifi.i lt.'gii.t., I mul KIIIIMTal "100 i i I ft I i -in I i Iui "t j 1" "i 111 "H""I-I I 4 r,Ii i 1'1 I ',: ; I aims two together each at iihtunjflrs |
    h Ni. 1 r.u I 1,11Ihui.hssu.
    buyi Ml II I : 01 1.1111 t' sill : )- t II I it *
    you I I l.; M I in" I i\ ,llli I I I II 11.t ill t. .. ii l In ; I tli il l.i) lilt.I I t i -h Hi lila . ;J t 1:1.: the effect
    ,. .,.... .,. I- ,, fit to other in
    ., ,. 'I. \ll I I >\ l II \I. > 4 i.en II I II II I -lip formtli
    .r l 1I"I'r. 1'ilb ,ii n ui-I i K it.ti I
    ,. I :I II t i. liI, \ill 11,1, .1,1,, I till.. I Is sit I l i-li i "I' itinl ,ill ." "".. M.1 It 1 $7 -n .1f.n a shelf) for the hay vvhuh .is ,
    t'litliIitiiit i i I n a mi nq \\ i itn.t.-t s I iml\ \ iiml. t 'itU ,iiiantM t. film "
    t". if "Itl. I --.I .lit if III.ii I I. J" ". 3 NT. (1 f.hN 41'
    4 ; \v I I..rll..t IOIOM.| ... 1 1"I..rlolo. ',".i..i, .II . . ." I VI .n-i It ", 1(1J ( ;; o piled, first on the f tound. next on the ,
    ,, ,
    It \.I' '"I. 'n" ti.-) "it 10" h il iilin Mil 1934I
    I i 2ll HE",* ill is. .l..k.M. .i .1 10'10'I. i ilaJ . liil .I.. II.. iinil.,. I ' .1 I .IK "'h. ,,lit 'I hI. i-nh. 1"1 it" *v ... i1 u p "il lower cross arms, and so on up. It l !

    : -I. 1 \ OIIIIK. Ivi UOMI. I lorlilaJ a M"1 i ,,in,,in,, .i nit. ,int.,, I huh, I ti. tn,,.11. i ",flat t fl I IIh. T"tnl- . !t4)7 o 8l I, iiI I frt s'. |Ii, ::1"< s -, |I' 2 I IIIt I that with the ordinary daily j.
    II OU-. of I .Uiinii', 1 I" I'u iila, . thlu.lllI-: lul.d
    L .1 1(1( ,in.I ihnttil- lam! .mil 1.n.liiItt t"M l'IIH MartluHittlriiuitirt t'ti fit .. i.ii will
    iioncur IA'IS.365L ..r li nl \ 'I'I I I.--. tin -inn' of 'I ''I 1 Ii I,I ii 1 ;:, ,,, I I. I 1'.1, I 111 Kin( nun' 'tin' . .ih IN. s s I I' t I 25 rains of Florida this hay sure V

    1 t, Ask for the. H.t.I'r.0..1' IHTfi hj Uollarn' i I ,.-in;, ..110" I unit . millllllV I II I 1.I il h 'S "r.. I "ups .h properly owing to the air space allowed -

    :0.\\ 1 kn I \\ M. I Hint t, I I. aM II.I "I Iff. -..hullIXlo I I ,Itllllll; I', 1 pi --IlK Suhjl"t I 1'1 II 1 :if. : 1 "6In s II 6 1 ::131 throughout the stack. t

    ]\ -...: yon ri '''.1'' AIION 4' for >- 111.i Mlllj, -.,11 I till. 1"" "|'" Il I I-. i .1..1. < . in;.'144i.; Dr..u Ir. MliI I S S
    lii.i itiln. I I..u <.!l-. tiliid lii, h I ,htivi:, 'I ri.ti.. li-I' i t"i'tli ,Hi.- i.r l P"I"'HI 6.1"7 67 0 JfiI l. Ifi nntft C urinK Under Shed

    We mak it. Every Grocer sell itd.K."BAKERY I>IIMIII'MK\X or .miINIIIIMIII. :: I... ,rili fin.. l irs i II "I upon li\ i .10.11.. .r l lHlllll 1 ltd,. il i 'I I 1. 1 k Jn.{ 1411 I A VIIIIIIK. -"I! tthr. H..I U ; .nntn Build a shed K>xi2: open on side

    t.. ,.. I.AM I. 0.11.'. Al. .. AIM.:Sll.l <.".. Ill ,HIll As till. IHIll. |1"ltO" 'lert| 1,1, ', 1li.k-, , Out Hla nd, Injr WJ4 fid: Mi.I lltn i t 1'nhn -i.i n H'l t'hr..' h 40 : ,nil but with tightly covered al make

    \ .U, l'IItIhA.. M.IT. 4. 1HI5. 'IX Illll. lilsll\' IIIOMlllll.. til. jilt< 1 ti., .r Mill.. IIH.H 1 hi. i I" -.11 3fi.3 I Serialo.. IIIHIIM. .hull 1 1 I I". in fl..iil of. II- I.ii 1,1'] 'iriu, vIt. *r-. I,,1:1 1 I I j I',, I.I.- Hi.l.iin nil I..Ht.S i. U 2 . 51)14 it nine ((9)! I feet to the eaves, then construct :

    f_,? \ in it I. n.." 'loetiti it 1. \ l U NIi ; ml.. I 1 l1 I' I .. ,.. a ml.I I 1,1I"I IHI on' n 3.ltQI'I'( I i- \\ U ..".IaIi. lair . I -..MiII I ra'kl two and one-half ((2\4))

    Notice Is hereby' |{i\tn that I...htilitr t ''H I In. i nl""itv "K i --I"",II.- I'll., t I 1.1""M.| "i iI I All J I I M In I .i thllltlt i I .H. 1 olli I .t U. > .liilintnn. -nl It.lit. HIVV 'h Jli 3IH nil I feet and use 2x2 strips placed
    J i;. \Wall of Kt-naiiHMlIf, 1"'I.Mela. . II hoon I 1Iu.I 1. "in- ..r -.. I.' air' i -li I 'I 1'1". I inn' Hon.on Haml 1 f.fij 1 17Tutuii '' In. Mull nth I Vl I"n..

    November J4. 1H11' 1 hl.IIIh..l. . i.1.l': i I- l., lss..l. I In. .In,.,n,,i -i or "I. nnI I ; : l ll..tu I 1 :row it. labor Ht li 9. 1 dit\ .nil' one ((1)) foot apart Cut sufficient

    l.nlry No. 1196)44.) for, lot 1 .f :SI : '4 ami. I A \ .mil. is' .. I t. M mi IiI.(. Ill, il\; ol., t I . . - . 1:167.821:< 74siatt I .ntln'r \mi.n. I llir neb IS. 1 lon| >' 1 511Nal I vines to fill this rack up commencing
    ,r I Lot I of N\V'4. H.-..".." J. 1'.. ii-lnp, ::11 III lot' 'i I A I P 1'Hfi -; : Ml-Httim Ihi HII ii. 6 " 10 (IIIl.Mlfl in the morning after the dew has

    L-- South. KiniiU :.14 /l.axt; T"llnh.1 I 'I--..i. llu' |" t "|,i"i'I IS l i-. 0,1 i bt'il. n* follou s t.r I 1'1. ii idu. County of OH..IR. .1. II. Knrhrr Ibr itch 9. 6 dnVHDavid dried off. Allow the lay in
    Meridian .him flied notlcf of liittiitioiito I pi lit. llookx1C I . **** Hans Ibr Cell. V. 6 Vi day'" 16.25 t
    _ 14 make Three,.,* Proof to tHtsbllnh Unlit
    :; .. claim to the land above desiri-bid., bt. 1 Id ft Kt t"/g..r..t..r/ feliuxv Cnsc. Aho.n..m. ,' .hank, do ..Holemnly swear MINK dna Scliwelkart. sal tchr possible, but take them I

    fore Clork of the Circuit Court at Hlximmt 2 Iron Haft H. that tht aljovt. t* ",'n'nl I.. 1'100 to thebu ncho.1 21 . . . . 4000 cut. If there is possibilityof
    Galvanized >8, Florida, on the 21at day of I Cn"li Utfclter.' ..t of inv knowledge and belief. MICa. oln Campbell sal tchr .ch day as a

    .October 3915.Claimant 1 I 1.11 II 11 lo Si'uli-1 ROM. THOMAS. CuBhlerCorrtct No. 22 40.00F rain early in the aferoon. they

    name na : 1 Market Scale. A t tentN" : O Revels cal. tchr "ch 28. S B should be taken up rain

    : Corrugated U. (.)uy. of Kenansville. Klorlda 1 Ham I'Jllcer. C. Itryan.C n :N'o: 4. IT days . .. . 76.6n !Scatter them over the
    John H. ot Keniineville.Florida. I i'aprr Hack A <'arHnn. (oles.
    MI-H M 11 Mi 116ft I't. r with nimble top. .1 In" M .. M J8 S: s .1 I. JI &0 nil ,lacks being careful not to pack the

    arid Flat Ell: IJ...... of Ivvnansvilli, '. 1'loriila I 1 Hi '..10111" I. l 11,irt"i'torts .1 I II I -smith ,n | UIt !. S 2 idt5 and allow an open space of at P
    1 ', ft, I'. unit, il 1 ----I i l 'Stuilit i ,to In.fore mi. I'1 II .i"K.
    1'enlifiin i4tlh.r.i. of I Kt mm \ ,ilu 1' In- ..h,10,0 lin 11 lai-tltn' ..,, " Ip.. six ((1) Ida. 'I'I I I .. I, tin- I 111 I I, d. .,1 "''I'l I Ul.111':1'1'I II .
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    lu' > lnH"I'\\: { I I I\\'IH. I II. Hi. I F.inI (C-. ii I l ,N : I HOI'SON: I. I IMlalmi> -h 1Intn 4 no for free circulation of air. If the
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    . 1 .18 6t Il'I Il. r. I M .,i .i .--in ..1 1.1. 'i, "...I. r .ml 'II\ tin". : 1 'iihlii Iniwii: Inl.iir; -i liNt. <-).SblJ6HI ' vines bie put up without being wet I' 7

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    .I"'H 1""II.h'r 2. t.v Ill 93 1J! with either rain or clew it will matternot
    ____ ; --And Forms: Metal I I 1 I. fl i_. I"il.., . I lull.' I 1''I',1.Illl I i iH ."nIM .\ I I' I I"11 I i. 1'I I. li
    All of NO'I'ICI'on IM III.II tIlt)"% 'il I \,,lilt, i .41 -ti. I 11.1 .ll ml. .Ill., ,I. ll,"III. I" II ltallterrl.,, I.h..r 28. 25011I how much rain should come after
    SfiiN 4 .
    lion-i \\tth, .\lilliliililii, I .ink. :: of
    lolint I will have a first-class article
    .1' Kamillm h 9 Mi you
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    IHl'AlrrII' OK 'I'UK I \ \TKItlOII 4 I.Illl.III.- of II. iss Iu.: "I., I-s 1',1"|". r .
    s )i : Roofing t'. ... I. ' 11 OS.'H'1,1. : 4Ji.Ll I 'I I m U I >.I iI i- 1 :In-i"in. i I atmaii, ". 'Ill.h"r HI. hmil ;u . 211 hay When dry hay .should b baled.Several .
    of -li I IttiT
    ':' I.'IOIMDA.l.' I. IIII5.t i"rt In,.nhifl " ''' 1..1. St Ill, Slit Proceedings 1' 1"\.11 I.h..r '
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    I'' "I" 1 I- mil In IIMIU I II .
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    -. ALL SIZES AND GAUGES I -* .II l M.I I I'1.I l lut i.eI
    \\f lo.Tt.h\ ..1\ ,." (hit )IlKlunil. , I I". ..IJ, r '1'1'I i | i U.',-I. tu",,1 I i hi, ,ir. le: Alili"riiian. nmtf 1"1! ru u "pair as may ho needed according to the

    ,FOJr( DELIVERY: ( I Moort.. .. .of I..I'.H'. .i.. 1i lot .Ida. \vliu I ...IIMny 1 Illl 1 lilt. the School Boardki ti h .'8. s, .s I) 4. 25 / acreage sown. Whi4\e\ the shed methodincurl
    \\ IAlforil Sun titiiltrllih l
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    20. 111J. iinidn 1 I I''i\ nun oI /
    ; front ftI'Irgcstand: moat complete No. UltlbTi.( fm Jr.l.4: ; t.l NK'. ""'I. M; '. I \\ .iklil, ->i lilt. I for rtpnir, ,' 28. s: h 1 > 4. 71 41! some expense it will pay in the
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    ofM. linn1! Tiun. liin 'H I < utli, ; \\ II MukliiHtm l'i. itlillerlull fur end in the hay and a better -t -
    : . i Si i i t I Mot'ol Join l.imilir ntul tquipnn . saving
    stock In Florida. Halifeu S4 lull ')',,11 tI l-I ., .. M.iiilian; ,. 'lit. "-iniiii. i 1'1. S, .pt 1415 I rt-inlr| Ht li 16. S Sil. 1611
    Tin I Iii:., I .-.r. I In-ill' tlon. met I . 1 I" I"R"I'I N .. .. qualty.
    ) hn it
    has filed notlcf of I Inli nil'nil 'to makolliiof I M"tor, Mi I 'at' rltl-r.; m.
    MefaLProduofs In r, ,, uliii -ii.-ion. n ii. 'tl.', l IS. S X i 86 10 -- - -
    4 : Florida Co. > t "r I 'roof. "HI"hIIHh. tlaim tothe I ?Motor iMiialt I Niiuii IC t AliKlimi. t" pii'Htnt ,,t.1.h |P
    \\ I 1 I'"I-.I- I i i \\ I I I", ill Mull tnuterial fir.
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    I'lnuit < uuit at Ki.iinniif' JIridn.. 2 \\ ork I II"'H: iiiil .1 I :4; Mi. .illi.ii. iil-n I ( 1; ",,,,1. pair HI h 16. S S I) 1 - . 6.nt) REV. BAILEY BURIEDIN

    3650 EVERGREEN AVENUE on I ho. 21M daof I II..h'r.. I'115! 1 A"itliiionia' TII"k., Sttiu.'i I" t.,,I. ,, \\ W. Chandler. trann IIUPIIM

    r JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Claimant nai''H ftH WIIIMHI"H 1 :Mint H..I'I ihillllt.4, "r liii' 1",1 1..lInK ..r. r."d Hrh 28. S S 1 4.1/ 011) .. . 6 no

    ; ; f:. \Mllls of l.okoitttlirlda. I .Small; I I riatrorni .Smle, and appiox.d J \ 1'rentln part l.n)1 1Isno
    ; '_ F 1.; \\ ,11. of Kt;: iiaiislilt 1 -. Jo'I..ld". 1 4 ."rol'n hake > .I. h .tipt-r. t '.oiintv Tr-at.urer. reurti Nit I . . . . . . 1511 nn SELMA ALABAMA

    4\\ f II. 1' of l.oko...i.t-. 1 1"I..riol"D. Datiil I I this 3rd tlaj of .StpUnibir ALl I... il aM f-u- | lo\\. M I,cult InhtiH II. Kch I 18 H S t 3 44 50I ,

    t .- -._ __ -'-- - L. McLAUtfhlln. of okonee. i1'lor- 1 lf,. __ To I II lu, llononibl. ,. I Ilimrd <.f Tillillc InMtruitMMi .. < ..reii ba) palritlnif ... 1 882 14Int _
    : ;. ; : Ida I, II. lViiAM: ( I In "lid| fur < ).(.i'>lii **"nty NaIl Hank Mt ,flt.uil lilt 6

    : ROBERT \\'. 1JA13 AM Sht'rllY lit < )ri-oln Cul.nty. I 1"'I.h l lender niv n..port HH treaaurtr mi>. on No t.84 . . . . 40.00 The Miami Metropolis prints the

    38.6t J\"JIHt..r.t l.y KOIiUKT ( 'AM 1'111',1.1 lit OHttnla f'mino. fvr the month K VAIlllamM. nJsl..rlalt"r s< hNo following of the funeral of the

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    1 Ask Your Grocer As Ii-puly Slieri IT.JlliNSTItN .it A"l""t. A n 1115l.cnrral Rev. Railey, who was at
    : / & < :AUIII':TTAtlniiiijH Srliuol I'u-.l. The ft.lli.wlnic bid. for wt.rk on th.

    IN 'Ot'IiT Of' ('OI'NIJMX.K.. for. 1'lalntirr 37 4tNOIIC10 To hill t"OI I-1KI rtport. . . . $221 5.01 fi"pltr taiika at St (loud wtre rt*<.elvt.danilt.pentd one time pastotr of the fresbyterian

    ff For BlATR OK Vl.lIlIlA. --- Tn .mill, reed fr im ('"I lug h II Morgan "T3on ; and church in Kissimmee:

    OlCI10LA 4ILJ.1'YI. KOlt .UJf 1-.1..1.. . . . . . . S.UOTn W. K Warn..rt $760 00. W. K \\' arntrhtliilr Funeral were held yesterday -

    n r..,-uh fiom Tin. full -- hlilder the contract arc -3
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    re K.t.te of Aaron Ke**burin ; Notice for hulu fur MunUlpnl I I Montistti T" X'H . . .' . . 47 63 wan awarded to him. All work to be at ., over body i I

    iJ GHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES Notice la hereby Driven' to all whomit bt "issued b> the City of Hlxntinmt, Tn unit n.. il frnni Tax \.11--! done according: to ttpeclflcatlona fur Rev. Fleming G. Railey, who passed

    ;: may "011 cern, that on the. 10th day Fl lor i ii)a.N.Is. Polls 1914 . . . . . 200 nlf lied away Saturday night belor his sons,
    of HVhruary. A. L>. 1916. I shall apply 'I In given.Jlllt| In pursuance -- Mrn O R. Beebe wan appointed to Lilburn R and F. G. Jr. Miami -
    Sr't tn the Honorable T M. 111 "rp"b' Judge of the HeHolutlon adtiptetl by 2267 56 transport puplla to school No.6 at $2fi

    ; of anl.l rd:': Judge of for be Count of t h.. City of KlititlmmeeAiiKUKl : By paId \\nrriliit. na per 111t. 880 46 per month. could reach his bedside. A telegram

    ." my foul ( hr'Jf aa Administrator of J l th. 1116. I the Council will re. J. W. Prentlfl appeared before the anouncing the death reach Miami Sun-

    the cMtnte of Aufon Keesbury. deceaa- cet\e ealitl blue, for the purchase olTuenty Ha In lire . . . . . . . . 13S7.10 board and proponed to turn lab a new and news of their father's death
    d.; and that at that time I will presentto -Seven Thousand Five Hundred Nub-Srbool IfUI. I. piano for $31 00 : tlCtOO to be paid day

    said Vmrt my final account a. J ($J?.600( .00) Dollars file:' Per' Cent Municipal To bal from last report 1.. . . 719 59 down and rent. In one year Mr. came to the sons at Montgomery-

    Administrator for their approval.of said eatate. and ask i. Honda at the Clerks office In the By paid warrants per list . 12.96 PrentlH also agreed to repair the old Rev. Railey was suffering from a paralytic )

    ;? Best By Every Test Dated Aug 2nd. A. D 1915 City 'Hall at Xlsalmmee Florida at -- I. piano free of charge stroke of several weeks' dura-

    A. E. DROUaHT. 7.30 P. lit. on Saturday, the 25th day KalanrnSnl . . . . . . . . 706 8 ( Deputy wan appointed Janitorat I of when
    111m' m Admlnlitrator.1m of September. A. D. 1916 >-".._l I>.... N. S. I 8t"10 school No. 18, at |27.00 per tion. He was 65 years age

    The Issue consists of nix (6)) Bonds. To balance from last report . 227.26Hy mo death claimed him.

    each to be dated from date of Uaue. an paid warrants aa per Hat . It.77 Mr. ('. 8. Acree reported some needed I As pastor of the Presbyterian

    : OltDBR TOCR COPT Of THB BASJTrLORIDA Clrrelt Co.rl f.> the Sevrnlhelal .Iud.- follows: repair. on nchool No. 29. The board church at Selma Rev. Railey made

    \ a..... of tke Hlate .1 Klerldi. One Bond In the sum of Tw..nty-Flv. Balance . . . . . . . . 211.48 instructed the Superintendent to notify
    AMNITAa. now Annual to b. .ur'l !. BM! Par Oavpola Coumy. Hundred Dollara ,2.600.) maturing In *.b-eb..l .I.t. N.. 3 Mr. Acree to' have r..palr .ad. countess friendships not only among i"'

    __, : that yon will vet one.Illuetrate The TATVTOltl A<7TU)!'/ Ten Veara To balance from last report . 1144J.13 The following teacher were appointed : people of his congregation, but

    ''!; be 14XJ a or comprehanalTe more pa... 1U Inohee. It willorer Tke" Petit... Five Honda for FIve Thousand Dol- By paid warrants an 1.1'' l.t . 17.7Dalance by the board: W N Harris.Mln assistant in circles outside 01 his church. He ( '
    Duval. Clay St. Johns .. ADOPTION OK CHILD lara $6.00000) each maturingreap c- and coach school No. Ii; tibIa
    Naeiau, life J
    k Putnam. Voluela. S mlno.. Oranire R.".... MeLa.a-l.llM. tlvely. eleven twelve, thirteen fourteen . . . . . . . . 1118.38 Relchert. 7th grade school No. 1 Miss 1 spent the last eight years of his -

    !, Brevard. Oioeole. 8t. Lucle, Palm Beach Re-Adeptlesi .f Kokrrt Matbrw Ktmmm.Netlee & fifteen yeara Sb-sob..h Diet. .4. 1-ottle. noollttle. school No 2 : Mini Lula at Selma going t Alabama from

    ': Dad. and Monroe eonntlee. It will tell .f Adopllofi. Interest on Said bonds to be at the To balance from last report . 31 97.44 Ormond. Bchol No.6 ; Mri B. A. Itur- I his home Rev. Railey ,

    ', ; the reaouroee of eaoh county. Inoludlnc T. All "'.... It May C.."'..., rate of alz per e.n\.. payable semi. an By paid warrants ss per Hat . 60.60 nett. school No. ( Mian Carrie Yon. Vir&inia att.
    V kind of Uade traneportatlon facilities Be It known. that on the 24th day of nually. school No. IS : Mra L. 1 Fertlc. school wa known ,

    'i-. roads and crops grown. It will aleo September. A. D. Iflk. 1 snail apply to Said bonds will not be sold for less Balance .. . . . . 11'.1 No ll, R M, Doraey, principal St.Cloud. I visited his sons here.

    .f tell of sports afforded name. of notele the Honorable James w. Perkins, than parA Sub-Sekeol Ol. N.5 In place of J. O Klnnaman resIgned : He Is survived by his for
    ,'" and muck valuable Information for Judge of the Circuit Court for the certified. check for Five Hundred To balance from . 1J601to lllaa Cecelia Ramadell. school wdow.

    winter reatdenta tourlatc. homeaeekere Seventh! Judicial .Circuit of the State of Dollara ((1400 00) nayable to eeFT"'d.- ., Hy paid warrant a, per. Hat . No. 19; Miss M. B. McQuaiff aaalatant son and one daughter. son

    .. 'and Florida farm and townapeople.' Florida for the letreJliatlon/ of the urer of the City of school No. II ; and Miss Cora McKinney, I the two already make their .: Xa j"

    ,,4 $.nd your erder today with If cent In Adoption of Robert Ifathew, Evans, a shall accompany each bid I Balance . . . . . . . . IXC.11 school No. 11. home in 'Miami name Raileylive i "

    _j ,. tlta.1' coin for each copy deal red. chllu now realdlnir. i* KJ..I"" .... City. right Is reserved to reject, any ..k....lM.l DU N.. There belnr no further business the and JUU ;!?
    '*.K> per do>*n; cpedal price. b.On larverquanUtleev Issued Oseeola County. Florida orT all bids.Address To balance from last report . 110.OtBy board adjourned until the next regular in Kentucky Roolpb' f -

    The 1 Annual 1.11. will Order reoelv Dated tills Sfth day of Aug-ust. A. D. all bids to the Council of paid warrant* a* p.r list . S.ll me*tiny. live in Atant G 4 LI BUe,
    I about November 1916. City of KUalmroee.. Florida, car. of ..1. W. C. BANS, Bailey reiide > .
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    SAYS '''ST. JOHNS'- - ',MAOL&1ib'iFLORA:I. $ F'" -' -- I fi i W.C.T.ll.COLUMN.j, V T.nrni :; )'PRESS. GANG' : MEETS:. "':\ ,'\ ,. .. 1IjT:; : ,k' : .

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    "J . . '.The' Francis- Willard' Union 'I Buy properties ;now"' while.' pne* I .
    . .. meets ., are, at their lowest '' r .
    -: 'ORLANDO, MAN CORRECTS THE the' eeoond''and tsird,. 'eaUinaolntaol will be Lots $15 cash and $3:pert;month- -'

    ': GREATEST''' CANAL INSTATE the second'and fourth Fridays of each 6 and 10 acre. tracts: flO taste,era,
    w. month at 3:30 m. strictly in hand of the : $5 per month. ,/ ::
    CAN' BE MADE BY JOINING HEADWATERS OF'RIVER BEING.MADE BY MR. HAYCOCK , p. per'lnen"Octobei-, 14 and IS.when a 'A'''6-room plastered house, lot' butt i

    !. 'WITH A TOHOPEKALIGA, ? IN THIS COUNTY'IS TUE.FIRST joint 'meetlnlr'-'o' (. the' Florida":"'East: 150 ft.. deep welL Small lash' pay--"* ;;;..
    This isthe Age of Opportunity t rwomen' meat balance like'rent, *, .' .
    OF ITS KIND. ? -v
    Coast Press Association the Lake
    r+ -- One by one restrictions- !A 6-room bungalow, lot 100x140 ft.. 1k,

    ;''l. 'Thomas E. Wilson, of Sanford, '' Barney and then strike acrossby social, personal and political the Press Association; the. South deep.. well.. Price. .and,"term light. .
    Recently the Valley Gazette printedan Florida Press Association and the recently '
    .,: writing to the Sanford' Herald, de- means of a canal from the nearest article stating that a Mr. Arthur barriers that barred the way to. the organized West Florida, Teresa ... I, ,I'

    .1 .cleares that the St. Johns river, if point of the St. Johns, or tributary, Haycock was making a collection of woman of yesterday, have been com: Association, will be held here. Excellent MRS.. MARY M. SUMMERS, Owner"; r1' .,

    :, Joined by a. canal with Lake TohopeIcaliga >> to East Lake Tohopekaliga, and then the wild flowers of Florida and that ing down. Almost everything that of rpecial interest1'. j! 608 Penfleld St.,* S.,Kissimmee., w
    ., wiU make the .greatest inland (] following the Lake Tohopekaliga to we wish to do, you and I may do to- programs '. Also City Properties, Farm and I
    i I he was of the o inio. that his collection to the will be carried out. Land
    press gang Timber for salo
    .' canal in the state. Ills letter to the Lake Okeechobee and thence by the day. And tomorrow we shall do everything .and"change.1,
    was the first of its kind in the .
    ; Herald read as follow: I Caloosahatchee river to the Gulf of I believe that not before since
    I state. The Orlando Reporter-Star re Oregon has 14 women attorneys.
    I desire to call attention to the fact Mexico. In this way both the east the world began, has it been so much : ..
    I printed the, article, which brought _
    that an Intra Coastal Waterway via and west coasts of Florida will be connected worth while to be a woman. --- un
    forth the following letter ... .
    the St. Johns river would afford deeper i j i With each other and at the !

    water and room for much greater and ,I same time have a trunk line canal via The Dear-Editor Reporter-Star: I note, your issue of What Makes The Difference CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP l'! '!

    more extended travel for either com- ,,, the St. Johns to the open sea. Such'a Sept 4 that Mr. Haycock of Osceola She stood on the stone terrace of .

    'mercial or naval purposes than a route I|' canal may appear chimerical at the Marble House looking off at the ocean

    along the coast from the northern end present time, but nations must look plants county of is this making state.a collection This is a of most the where it washed against the famous I MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES 1't., :

    of the Indian river to St. Augustine or I I ahead in a way that makes years important work, but I wish to cor- Cliff Walk. Eight hundred women

    other points. The St. Johns river has appear as days and such a canal in the had passed through her drawing room I I.
    rect your statement that this is the Ii I
    been deepened and st.raightenI I light of what is going in at the reception which she held in her fo
    already I I on Europe ta first collection of the kind to be made. i "Orison's Liver Tom" Is Harmless To Here' my gtJjlrlUlt.-.oo to any dragstore
    ed from its mouth to Sanford and the the present time, would prove a means The first three million dollar Newport Man- and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod- ,

    channel has also been deepened and en-I of ready transfer of small ships of war Florida important collection of sion. Afterward they had paid $6 Clia Your Slngglsk livergod eou'a Liver Tone. Take. spoonful and
    plants was made as early as if it doeen't straighten you right Bp-
    larged' front Sanford to Lake from coast to coast and in the lightof 1780, and-since that time there have apiece nfor admission to a suffrage Bowils.TTgti and make you feel fine and vigorous I

    o )hence the continuance of the work development of the past forty or been at least 60 collections made of lecture. e ant you to go .bark to the store sad .,
    'from Lake Harney to the Indian river, fifty years would in as many more pro1vide "Why do you want to vote?" I in- Calomel makes 10111' sick. It's get your money., Dodeon's Live Tone y.U
    Florida plants, and the native flora horrible! Take. doM of the dangerous destroying. the sale of calomel bseanse
    a distance of but a few miles would a method of transfer of merchandise quired. "Haven't you everything you :
    is very well represented in most of drOll tonight and tomorrow you rnmy-loee it is real liver medicine entirely vege>
    the of beneficial to all sections need !" work.Calomel table therefore It salivate \ ,. v
    not require expenditure a great of the the large herbaria of this and a day' can not or. \
    't sum of money. The southern East I state. It seems to me therefore thatit country I "Every woman needs the ballot" is mercury or ouiolciilrer make you sick. \q ,,4
    Europe. which causes. necrosis of the bones. I that of DodS
    Coast section would be as abundantly would be the natural and she replied. "Women like me need it guarantee one spoonful
    i eminently when It into contact V
    The National Herbarium and Smithsonian Calomel come. son' Liver Tone will put your sluggishliver >
    provided for from the point of con- proper thing to adopt the route via Institute have frequently sent to teach us to think of other women with sour bile crashes into It, breakingIt to work and clean your bowels of a
    nection with the St. Johns to Miamias I the St. Johns river, which would be into the and to help them. My life and my allI up. This i.i when you feel that awfulnauwta that sour bile and constipated ........ '

    it would if the entire East Coast far less expensive and much more advantageous expeditions state during the shall give to get it." and cramping. If you" are slug which 1s clogging your system sad making
    past 30 years. A representative of and "all knocked out, if your you feel miserable. I guarantee. the
    Canal section were used and in fact to a greater number of New York Botanical Garden has spent Mrs. Belmont's pledge has been liver i. torpid and bowel. constipated a bottle of Dodsoa's Liver. TOM will

    be likely to have a larger number of people than the route from the north than ten in scruptulously kept. She has given or you have headaoh. dizziness, coated keep your entire family feeling flae far
    more seasons the state hundreds of tongue. If. breath i. bad or stomach, sour, months. Give it to your ohUdrvsu It IsT J
    commerce-carrying vessels beside being end of the Indian river via St. Augustine thousands. And she is
    collecting p mt.. One of the leading just try a spoonful of harmless Dod_'. harmless Bewail gripe Ml ibex H** its) J\, *
    safer in time of war, as submarines and which carries with it the botanists of the South lived and did giving her life to the work besides.On Liver Tone tooigbt on my guarantee. pleasant taste. :

    and torpedo boats could be transferred possibility and probability of afford- his work in this state, and his wonderful Nov. 14, 15 and 16 in San Francisco I S

    via the St. Johns river in greater ing a conecting link not only with the collection is now in the Smithsonian will be held the first political ....

    numbers and with greater rapidityand waterways of the Kissimmee and convention of women voters. Mrs. J.'''''' ... '. '' .'
    less liability to attack from the Okeechobee section and thence byway Institute. The names of Small, Belmont is chairman of the committee ""m" :";.::O';.::::" : ,:::::: JI.
    Chapman, Curtis, Harper, May, Sulli- .
    sea than if the East Coast Canal section of the West Coast to the Gulf of Hitchcock of the National Congressional Un- ,,t
    v.nt. Simpson, Hart
    were followed from St. Augustine Mexico. I therefore hope to see all Wright are but a few of those who ion of Woman's Suffrage, which has I I L

    to the Indian river. unitedly use their influence to secure have made special study of the flora called this gathering. The purpose is I .
    another fact that I considerof to fret the who in f, ;:
    There is the adoption of the St. Johns river of this state.It women vote twelve
    great importance to the state of states to help their sisters in the other You Avoid the Risk
    route, connecting with the Indian may intereht you to know also
    which is states to suffrage. of f*
    Florida, a waterway connec- One-quarter
    that a lady of this is at
    river at Titusville county present -
    tion from the East to the West Coast. or near or Rock- the Senate, one-sixth of the House and
    preparing a book on the Florida r
    This connection could follow the St. ledge. one-fifth of the electoral college came of losing your valuables by fire or '
    plant., after having spent several
    Johns river to a point south of Lake THOS. E WILSON. from states where women vote. theft when you place them in our Fire
    years in collecting and studying the ?
    and Burglar Proof Valut, where theyare
    flora of the state.Furthermore .
    The Way They Do In the West absolutely secure.
    ..O.'OOO.OOOOOOOO..OOOOOO I The ladies of this community met my own herbarium

    4O many of them. contains over 2,000 species from the To the woman of the Pacific (coast You can rent a Safe Deposit Box "

    UNION CENTER 0 with Mrs. Funk Tuesday afternoon to central portion of the state. the country may always look for new here fro as little as $3.00 and up per ,
    ideas in the civic work. Tucoma I f
    0r sew for the Children's Orphanage at Yours very truly, pent
    OOOOOHo.OOO Jacksonville. Washington i is going to have o Wo
    large number of
    garments SAMUEL C. HOOD./)
    Mr. and Mrs. George Wetherbeeleft have already been finished. The -- -'- man's I lUnlilinjc.! It i is going to be a .

    Thursday after a visit of several merchants of Kissimmee deserve a ciuninuiiily; ("('lit-.-, for the vgliouh I activities "- - r

    days with home folks. Mrs. Wether- vole of thanks for their generosity in GUN CLUB TO HOLDTOURNAMENT in which I the woman's or {umatKIIIS 1 *'

    / bee and little son went to Springfield, giving us (roods, laces, shoes, readymade / I art engaged. And its relation r3 f*

    Ohio, to visit her parents, while Mr. ; garments, etc., to send the lotushomeless SOONST. t to these \\i'l, ) IM- much the same a' l t

    Wetherbee attends conference in Ten- I children. If anyonehas a !I., that of the t 'haml>er of Commerce. lathSUPERIOR

    and Virginia. I remnant of gbods to Tacoma's nessee or an out-ffrown CLOIM (OKLANDO 1.0 l"11-

    Mrs. A. U. Story returned from the 'garment that has been discarded, it MAN: AM TAMPA CLl'HS INVITED association ,moipinulcd: ( under the SERVICE COURTEOUSTREATMENT I '
    C State Jaws has been formed to"finance ...
    hospital at Orlando last Friday. She would be greatly appreciated if you TO ATTEND COMPETITIVE : .. -

    is very much improved in health, a would give it to the ladies to put in CONTESTS AT LOCAL tie undertaking. They are raising : i

    fact her many friends will be glad to their box.I.oOOo.oOHtOOO. RANGE ON 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER funds by a unique; method, selling DIRECTORS:
    bricks of silver polish. It :
    was estimated -
    ,learn. to I>
    f Ruth and Edna Harvey were pleasant :: LAKE HAMILTON + The Kissimmee- -- needs silver polish, and her patronagefor F. W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A.'.W. GUSTUS .. ..
    visitors at the C. M. Smith home Gun Club\ is makingarrangemente'to
    4 POLK COUNTY this particular brand is solicited
    Tuesday afternoon. 4a hold a big tournament ,
    \, on the ground that for.every brick of
    op Thursday afternoon, September '.
    M4. and Mrs. Bascom Fletcher were ,
    .000000000000..000.000000 it she buys, she puts a brick into thewoman's
    23rd. The clubs of St.
    the guests of Mrs. George Haye and I gun Cloud, t

    family Sunday. Mrs. Emma Van de Cruyssen, of : Orlando, Loughman and Tampa have Woman's building.Work at the ExpositionOne t b ht ,Srt

    School began at this place Monday this place, died Saturday evening, after i been invited to participate in the con- of the most beautiful pieces ofsculpture
    tests. other clubs
    Probably will be
    Eva teacher. an illness of several weeks, from
    with Miss Nighswonger as that
    invited before the date of the decorate the Panama- I ,
    The school house has recently been peritonitis. Her brother Dr. G. S. Six competitive events with"shoot. Pacific Exposition at San Francisco, 8O!! to CALIFORNIA ; ,

    painted and repaired and we understand Clemens, of Joplin, Mo", arrived! here $10 is the work of 'woman. The Foun- .

    new maps, charts, etc., have Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Van de added prizes will be on the program tain of Ceres which the Trip .p +
    I| Cruyssen had talent and the club hopes to have a big at- occupies cen- BOTH EXPOSITIONS DIVERSE ROUTES LONG LIMIT '
    been purchased, whiclf should be an incentive as a poet, and has ter of the esplanade leading form the -

    for conscientious work both by I written a large amount of good verse. tendance. Court of the Four Seasons to the Marina For tickets n..natlonsr descriptive UUratur, and "' y

    She had lived here about full Information 'phon. wrlr*. or wrlttvto '
    the pupils and teacher. The districthas two years, was designed by Evelyn Beatrice .
    certainly spared no expense and coming from Kansas City, Mo. I GEORGIA MAN IS Longman of New York City.-Mabel H. C. BRETNEY Florida Passenger Agent "

    should be rewarded by the coming Mr. Jones, of Bloomington, Ind., is RESCUED TIME Potter Daggett in Today's Magazine.A LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAILROAD .

    school year being record breaker. building a house in the south part of IN 134 West Bay Street ( Bell Phone iii) Jacksonville, Fla. t.n' '.

    Mrs. Meyers and children called on town near Lake Crystal. A large Bird SufrragelCe. Let Us Plan Your Tur and Arrsmge 'I,
    number of Bloomington have Resident of Woodstock Finds Himself David was reviewing the wonders of ,,,{ : t 9j
    Smith last afternoon. people
    Mrs. Tuesday ',
    Restored After His :a
    Physicians zoo with his father for the first - -- -- --- +
    Blanche and Janette Lawson were built or own property in that locality. I Failed. time, relates Judge. David's motherwas C. A. CARSON Pre.ident. NC BRYAN. Secretary.. ,S\ :;

    shopping in KisSimmee Saturday. A delegation of six automobile loads I T. A. Lewis, who lives out on Route : an ardent suffragist. i.
    3, Woodstock, Ga.. was the victim of Over the of the birdis
    went from here and Dundee to the : cage secretary
    : Myrtle Barber spent Sunday with roads stomach troubles for a long time. He an inscription which reads: The Waters & Carson ( ;.
    ( Ruth and Edna Harvey. meeting at Lakeland.The tried the treatments of many doctors. "The male secretary bird hatchesthe
    committees He tried all sorts of remedies.His and '
    \ Nettie Haye will attend school in of the Haines City eggs rears the young. I
    and Lake Hamilton boards of trade sufferings were a serious handicap David slowly spelled out the inscrip- ;t
    Kissimmee again this winter. to his work. tion and turned inquiringly to his
    met at the new highway crossing Then he tried
    Mr. and Mrs. Funk and Mrs. Mc- Mayr's Wonderful father. Grocery Company '
    across the railway at a point about Remedy. Just as it always does the "Is the secretary bird's wife a suffragist :
    Clain called at the C. M. Smith home .
    i c half way between here and Haines first dose proved to him what could too pa?" he asked. .
    1i!{ Thursday afternoon. be done for his ailment. He took the e _______ / \
    City Friday afternoon to -
    arrange for full .
    treatment wrote
    & Mrs. Hughey and Lily Bell called'if" opening up of the new and permanent "I have taken; your wonderful: remedy Wholesale and Retail Dealers in \i, g. ;

    on. Mrs. Hilliard and Grandma Masters road. Satisfactory and am feeling better than I have Theodore
    arrangementswere Deschner
    ,.. Celt In four
    .rt"j Friday afternoon. years. GROCERIES
    : made and the road will be openedup .
    "Your remedy does just what you
    Mr. and Mrs. George Wetherbee GUNSMITHc.
    promptly. The railway companyhas claim it will do.
    'I: called on Guy McClain and wife Mon- already put in a crossing there. "I tried several doctors, but they .. I Ith a... Plot. A. ) II

    { day evening. The old did me no good. that I ST. *
    . crossing some distance to the wonderful CLOUD FLORIDA tS a
    have found .
    ., Miss Iva Nighswonger was the south, will be closed up. The county have recommended your it to some of 0004000'04 + 000 . 0400 00000 00 . ,

    . guest of Ruth Harvey Sunday after- commissioners have agreed to assistin my neighbors who n.i it." 0 !|l t

    ;.,.,j the coat of the grading on the rail- Mayrs Wonderful Remedy gives 44 WE SELL: WE BUY: : .
    '\ noon.Mrs.. Charles Turner and daughter, permanent results for stomach, liver i
    A fine
    way crossing. clay deposit has and intestinal ailments. Eat as much HAY 0 *;
    .Jf$ Miss Hattie, visited at the A. D. Story been found nearby, so that the road and whatever you like. No more distress GDBSO F HIDES .

    4\ home Sunday afternoon.Mr. will probably be clayed, or at least after eating, pressure of gas in PflRJIIEB 4 GRAIN .

    ;\ and .Wetherbee and George most of it, which will be a very great the stomach and around the JiemTt. 0 FURS .
    .tI' Get one bottle of your druggist now FERTILIZERS d
    Wetherbee and wife were the guestsof
    improvement.The and it absolute WOOL .
    try on an guarantee .
    Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Funk Wednesday Lake Hamilton Board of Trade if not satisfactory money will be re SHINGLES 5 I

    t.) evening at supper. i. having regular meetings every Sat- turned. 0 O 0 AND ;

    f''i Everyone certainly delighted with urday evening and is Insurance that Insures 0 ORANGE BOXES. "
    >>) accomplishinggreat Tommy on Forgiveness."This ; O ALL .
    :':": to.; the nelighti that were presented to a dell of gOOd. latter-day of new morality is ORANGE WRAPS. :

    .'1 ; the church by Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mi- The school house lots are to be too lax fer me," said Jerome S. Mc- Protection that Protects 0 0 COUNTRY ;f jO

    ; i: Claln. They are equal to electricity fenced soon. Wade, the Duluth millionaire, accord VEGETABLE CRATES ors'.
    .; ing to the Houston Chronicle. He con- 4 0 O PRODUCE .
    ; In every way,and very much cheaper, I tinued: ,
    : \, .s lone gallon 'of kerosene 'will burn Two negro men were talking.' One "This new morality, which seems In .0 CRATE NAILS t w

    I .\ -, fifty hottrs. .;Tbey .throw out.rev heat Just got paid and the other, with no Its tolerance rather to encourage thanto . .. . 040000 . 40 . . . . . .. r.
    r ,".-, "which is a1 decided advantage over the coin was .begging for a dime Og, t a oppose wickedness, reminds of a : y. ,
    c ,, drink. |ad lii or? Sunday school class i seeds of all kinds. r DAKIN .
    \i. "...average large lamp:' They are called t. Th. man.with the "dough"<< said: Now, To to this lad AVENUE .e w. sell bold and garden : .

    tt ''"f ::Aladdin's'lamp;and'are'truly named. >VTVt> 1..8w..1fcJe.: Lord will. one, Sunday afternoon.laa1d: 'Dow. Tommy, : KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Wi gin special attention to fitting out bunting and cog partiea." ;; .. ) t

    :t'' / 'JIi.,J4eC2aJ 1! U agent .for them In.this keep dat'whiskey 1 'out'of'yo' bead tat wbatlnul we do before. our. sin canarv" l. .I ,., ,.. Free deliver is. city: limite. Thome No. .12. V, y;. .

    }.' ", -;diktletr ttu4 lp. ..4babfBl'ta11'ti. ?ISt ;rytebe k ,.It yo't4 b.' ...-........!. .; .. : ; I : .: !4t I '"5We are covnty agents for good fat zurs. Ask M for.arculaf Pel prtdti .r
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    at the Oas.tte of flee..: ,itRBAU TIll.r '. ..
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    1 ): : ,{,,\ ;'2ifJills byfouricilnM. :. '00 f .' -.i 'i' O" ." o: I '" ,""'1 fi/ 1 repairv ISO-acre and unproved pne 90vaqtfartq'farm,,all in,good,.improved ,'to 'leaml( to playclarinet: in bind.. Iff ; PFree
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    Union met Sept -
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    ... ',' ,', '..,.' '1''''.." .... '.,, :' at'usuaI'place'arid dishussd"methods .., vicinity of Kisiimmee will '.1 Woodbeck.. ?

    !" ,1. .' Uy"council/at i'tpecfaC *e>f1on! bond*, , :'mlliJ'Generai.note*':I iixterest, for purchasing'and marketing..' '. STRAWBERRY -- end $2.60 ''Jacob Huffman,.Howard" Ridge,-Ml.. f=:Arpilr': TS of col -flmmacf ,"no" *:, + ,y.
    at $1.50. L
    ..** jZ'.mUl: fluid ...n.r..' note for 1008. Cabbage plant POUr**; ,o' : .J '1J6-6tpd
    en Wednesday.night; ,following' a $ *; Sinking' Th* Everglade" Cypre**'arailroad Peadi, plam,'pear and cherry. trey L ,, -- .J lasses in 'eu./bet..eeD.Gra1.tone x l'
    _ ..e*: pent'\) in .gwlisiug'th.'auaa fc mill{, JDtere.t't 'paTIne''"note, ,J4 nearing completion and we 'at 10 to 16 cents each. John Light- FOR SALE-Banana and pineapple Casino and my residence. If recovered '

    r ...iata.fixed the millage for 1915-tax. mill;;' .Sinking-,funaj' >.Ting 'note, 2 are'/Informed that they) ;will be draw. foot,' E. Chattanooga. Tenn.;,' 48-tf plant Shaker Colony St. Cloud, suitable reward; will,be','S2t paid. ,

    itlon'at. 23 colts. ;,Thin"i* three guar mills; .interecfwater and Hw.r bond, 'ing timber within ten day: .Fla. 30-4tpd S: B. Aultman. -

    tt ''taro of' ,.mill lea than 1Yt'year v and mUU'inking; fund,'wa ter'and sewer Mr*. Henry'P. Roger and little son, FOR SALE-Two boat.; one 35x10 16 FOR SALE-Lot of second-hand furniture Wh.".rTo* N* 4 Oeeral 'I'oaIO"

    .'would hare been'1 I nieh'lea*,than this l, bond*, 2 mills;.Municipal! bond, issue Bobert, returned to their home in foot 18 H.long P., T.4 H.A: P.M engine engine,;will on.sell --bed*, springs, dretser; Take OrovV, 4 1 1'1. yy

    but,'for;the, change made tn'.Jeetrlc of 1915, Itt mill*. It i* likely that Jacksonville after a delightful visit cheap; also one pair large mules. chair, stoves, eta See J. E. Rush, *Th Old SUndard Orore'e Tasttlaeechill ;, r .,

    'light'--charge which make' the city the '- treet lighting fund and the gen- with her parent, Mr. and Mr*. S. L. H. W. Thurman. 22-tf city. :se-tf Tosco fa equally because valuable containitfce M a., ,}:

    yf ,cj' pay.for Its,streetlights l>y direct tax- erar fund may be combined later and Bergert.Mr. General Tonic jI'
    FOR SALE-Small iron safe, at the weD tontepropertieeofQUININB: ,'
    f4 ation: and. lower, the charge to. the electric collector paid by warrant Walter Roger, who has been FOR RENT-Six room modern month. cot E. usiette office. tf and IR.ON. It acts on the Idver, Drive* f. ,"

    : .: ,This U, explained elsewhere from this fund mon\h y. the guest of Miss Lulu Hilton for the tage E. Well., close, Real in; $12 Estate per and Insur out .Malaria Bnrlcbee &be Blood and. \
    'in:thi Issue But few change were made in the past week returned to his home in ance. 104 Posslel Ave. (The Inn). WILL TRADE close-in lot for horse l BoOd up the ",.JOIe System. 90 cent* ", U distributed a* followij assessment as made by Assessor A. Jacksonville last Friday.A and wagon or automobile and giveor ,
    v FOR SALE OR TRADE for horse and take difference. Box :247
    v t : General fund 8V4 mill; Street E. Thomas and the council extendedby folks City
    crowd of young enjoyed wagon, one 2 cy. Buick in good 35-tf FOfTSALE ; ;'
    fund,'2 mill; School fund, 1U mills; a resolution a vote of thanks to themselves at a bathing party Tues condition, good tires; must sell or ,

    Sanitary, 1 mill; Fire department, % him for his diligent and painstaking day night at Thomas Lake. trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. O. FOR SALE-Four-room cottage closein AT A BARGAIN i '

    mill; Street lighting fund 4 % mills; endeavor in the work: The assessment Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Deen entertained Box 221. Klasimmee. 7lf large! lot, very attractive, at a \

    a Interest on electric light 'bonds, M roil as completed showed the fol Mrs. Henry P. Rogers and Miss Martha FOR EXCHANGE-25 acres good bargain. Small cash payment downor 14 good high-grade\Jer\ I" l
    Jo mill Sinking fund, electric light lowing totals and comparison: would take good lot as part pay-
    ; Bergert at their home Thursday land % mile from city limits, part- ment, balance lik rent. Owner, Box Cows good Horse, Wagon'

    1915 1914 Increase Mr..Albert Jackson i is able to be up ly improved, worth $1500. Also fine 247 City. 35-tf and Hornets complete set

    Real Etate'___-_____ ________1127.835 $1,086,500 $41,385 after a short illness. 5 room bungalow 6 blocks from court ; '. 1

    Personal ______ ___'-__ ______ 367,845 265,145 102,700 house in Kissimmee, encumbered FOR SALE-Cheap, one mare, guar- of Dairy Fixtures; all For \ ,

    -Railroads and Telegraph __ __ 41,829 39,905 1,924 Mrs.MRS.!Mattie: SATTERKIELD Hart Satterfield DIES, wife $700, value $1800. Owner is a Kansas \ coRjrbur anUjed sound months and old quiet; one;bay also horse one I $1500. A tiro

    -- will give value for value wagon and harness; one cow, ("f
    man .
    -' : Total __,_ ______________$1,537,509 $$1,391,550, $145,959 of J. B. Satterfield, died at her homein for central Kans. property. Many culosis tested. Apply Dr. A. F.tUber-I 1 .
    West Palm Beach, Fla., on Monday, mond, V. S., Kissimmee. A. M. STORY Pre(,. \ ,...f"'tJ:'
    truck farms, stock
    13th. She orange groves i'4'i'
    September was formerlya .
    farms and city for sale at _ ---- I,
    property 0- --- \
    FLORIDA resident of Kissimmee, having lived :
    IS COMING FARMING AND bargain prices and on favorable l.tI
    Here five years until her removal to ",

    STOCRRAISING' SECTION OF U. S. half West ago.Palm Beach about a year and a'' terms. of payment. Nelson 39-ltpd RealtyCo. II I

    She was the daughter of Dr. C. C.
    25 CENTS
    WANTED -Sewing and dressmaking.Work .
    FROM FLORIDA GROWER Hart, of Atlanta, Ga. She is survivedby guaranteed. Mis. G. W. I

    : four brothers and one sister, besides Bieckenridge 312: :! Aderholt street, &. '

    r li Constructive figures speak louder Live stock and dairying and poultry I \ her husband and two daughters, :i9-2tp: I ''
    than word and the figures quoted below I raising are bright features for expansion Dorothy and Elizabeth. The remainswere -- -- -- -- Is small ;
    i give some idea of the wide field in this Htnte of wonder.! WANTED-To buy 75 head of 3 or 4- a very ? i'
    tl that is open and what Florida hap done j The increase in dairy product values I brought here by M. T. Crabtree, ;| year old steers to feed. State
    ' and what aha is. giving evidence of i is attractive us shown in the comparison a friend of the family, und funera but
    ( weight and where piece of \
    price you can
    I doing in the future along general : I "services were conducted at the Method money,
    '- '- load. F. R. Allen, Hastings, Fla. It ,
    farming lines; iyo -io litn-i!I ] i church Thursday morning by the11ev
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    Population. $2,861,479 : invested in
    $4,130,925 I S. W. Lu\vler. Mrs. Sntterfieldas ] FOR( ) SALE and a pound
    4 s The rate af which the population of Increase, $1,279,446] : ; -Forty-six pullets ,
    the state increases is greater in pro Opportunity is I MOM in the dairy also related l<> Mrs. I'. L. Alvey seven roosters all about eight a

    M portion than is the rate at which the production. I "''I" ()H.d l tnmspoit.-ition 1 .I of this city. Mi. Satterfield amilaughters months old, healthy and good condition I H our '
    of the entire in methods leach the surrounding''
    population readily
    country : .
    t, I [ were unable to come hero to ; also] plow and other farm implements.
    creases. The ten-year period 1)00) to I markets under f.ivoialile, cond.tions
    1910 shows irodutt attend, the funeral owing to the serlINS See Rev. W. H. Ball, or
    that ratio of increase in and enable the ( t placed 1 where Pure Coffee25c
    Florida was 42.4 per cent, while ratio I demanded. Some of th s ,demand j cun illness of the elder daughter l>oi- address Box ::12'2 I: : Kissimmee. :21>-lt

    l, for: the whole United States was 21 I be best illustrated by 1111111]"K' the III-I! uthy. Mi's. :.Sjillfi> field had manv --- -- -- ----- I
    per cent. Ions used III sections quoted| ]) |below : | lends in I Kissnnnut ho will betfiicc'd H'"H'I': oi' mi:: C.'H'... !"(.>\ r
    f Total Values of Farm Products. I County lialloAlachua ; "" Value of ii..'
    AI 190a-lQ 1013.14 0 _0_ 637,77 f; ;' :$191:13:' : : :; to learn of her death.R'.IN'I'S \ 111'1/.IH: II \ NK ..f KI..'-1Ii111:... I
    4jFd,71z734 $83,J37,135): CItrus 1 19.94! ! i.r>,2::>J'' 1 ondrn.rd mini the 'Sliilrnirnt '
    Ar- ,' 4 jo'; :'1'4Increase, 27,214,401. Dade _ _, 0_ I IJh.i.1'; ;! 163,331/;:! :< ) : KI.OU1D1.NS: :NAMESEfforts : : 1 11..1' In. Ihr Y. IUI5.I.n.lrullrr5rpl. \ It will give you entire -

    rl''I Corn-eonstitutes about one sixth oft Duval nO h 1,96( 7.974! 522: .>!iS\:! I ---
    ))0 ,the values: The production for 1910] Gadsden _ ;.1\IXOO\ ) ( : ;! ;() : (to Organi/e Society in :N. Y. 1I..ou rrr.t satisfactionFresh
    t, f J' period indicated at 7,023,767 bushels. Hillsborough l.hiiit.USit.;! 1OJIIO'1( Meeting Success Lances 1 7,' 6d_' ',ii.

    4i: ( // The farm prfCe indicated 91 cents per Lake __ _ _ _ 11 1 h./< ; !> :!, { 11:-1-I\'nlr, Ill..11'-' 1.1.: ball'tfi'l I1 i la,.',
    c .' ".bushel as compared with 53 cents in Leon _ _ -u 127,140 4,0r.() : Inllunw,; 1 Ifo"... n F"III"" , _: M" 1 LH field and garden seed
    'k '.J ;Iowa, 68 cents in Pennsylvania, and Madison _ . :3< HM,() 111,953! : In connection with the plan to organize I "I I I..'..h. bL:..,I aI'.Uf Ifl

    ,,77'' cents in New York state. Palm Beach 1 17:!I.o!() 71(;,ll-\!\ a Florida society in New York 41-l1ll 1) mid)111".1,, l'lly:.1,"R 1 11 utluI-''II' . .I fM I

    I I 1-Among' the Largest Corn Producing Santa Rosa _ _ :(01iK22( :! :!: 8:1,847: : .City, ('apt.: Lewis Landis, of that city, rum Hllllk . . 31 Hj..1, : TAYLOR'SPhone ,
    y J '-' "- Counties in the State Are Volusia n_ n 487u)0 1)720!) : I
    4 hal issued I through the press of Flor 21,911' :. I
    L. I Acres Bushels Long growing seasons, cattle economical I
    .' f- /'At.chua35.185: 444,790 to produce and keep. These ida a request that all Floridians fur "1'.1" 81.I1':. I l.l.hlllllr.t :If. 'Ilnq' IlUSurphre 250 Quick Delivery

    ,:..;... r "of!"" 'Bradford __ __ ____19,662) 259,001 are some of the prime factors for this . . . . . .1:1.1/: "" I f's
    Columbia ____29.053 278,096 profitable pursuit. Floridi-ans II .I lid,. ..1\. Id..1. P1u11tr ,: ,1. 'U.I .
    .' 'J"" ---- pn . . . . . l1 41.1.. I
    1Gadaden: ____ _____-28,343 414,120 Poultry raising: i I" fast becoming one lulls 1'11)11"10. . . .. . ;r1.75n III" -s
    .t. .-1i ;'Hamilton ---- ____21,808 227,115 of the most desirable and profitable I tropolis. Captain Landes is chairmanof -' ---- -
    '?' I i" ''Hillsborough ____ __ 6234 98,623 pursuits and something of the demandcan the Florida Society, which is now 212. 11 1 J8t oooooooo "0"v<"fr 4M 0"9I oo ooo ooooooooo. '

    ,. 'Jackson ---- ______88,894 728,187 be seen by observing the figuresof in process of formation, and his ad- ..t.j of Florida. County of <>-fola, ..
    ."f.i : 11 //3'Jefferson* ____ ____3 -,870 324,506 eggs used in certain sections for dress is 299 Broadway.The I t. I'ttul K. \\',-a vt-r. t'HHlfier of the ; it
    t 1; Wi .' I Leon _. ___. ________34,479 327,218 1913-14 (tizvnH lank of KIHHmince, do nil 'M
    < organization of the Florida So- fiunly HW ear that the Hbove .t..l..m'nl $29.65 D. C.
    'X - Madison ---- ______34,357 383,338 County Eggs doz. Value IM true, to the best of my knowledge Washington
    .:. Marion' ?____, ____10,993 109,330 Alachua __ ___ :317,792 $ 65iO) ciety in New York City was started and "*-Id., .
    /"" .t'; Y I t. Santa Rosa. _______17,037 256,256, Citrus ____ _u_ 111,142 26,595 some months ago, and is said to be PAUL K. WEAVEH.StibniTibed '
    r ': \-.r. '''St., John ____ ____11,313 359,620 Dade n__ ____ 248,212 104,830 meeting with success. and sworn to before( ...h..r me AND RKTURif _

    I, 1 h "f I, Sumter ------ .... 8,15"4 77,401 Duval _-__ ____ 2,185,154 665,031 idle 16lh dRY of Sept. !BIG.D. VIA 4
    ' "Walton'' ____ ______16,435, 188,748, Hillsborough -.2,171,529 613,509 Pat Johnston spent Tuesday at Orlando U. \V AUNEH. Notary Public
    I Washington.14,485 140,542 Lake ____ ____ 200,010 62,404 on legal business. I $late of Florida
    ;-'" V ?iJ'iataCTass is'coming popular cat- Manatee ____ ._ 32,244 9,061 ATLANTIC, COAST LINE 't
    I. tie; food and especially is. this seen over Marlon ..... __ 83,890 24,927 ,
    the Lake. Region.- Pasco .?.. ...., 147,844 41,688 STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH '
    Lake --county-i quoted all having,1,- Pinellaa _..: 197,911 68,176 RUM TAX LOSS SHOWS GAINS

    ' .061. acre: Jackson" 4,800.' Polk ____ ___-__ 368,143 78,375 Account G. A. R. Encampment '
    There is rapidly increasing de- Seminole __ ___ 364,545 91,948,
    .i mand1'' for" general :,farm 'productions.The St-Johns: _-___ 564,223 141,055 MADE BY DRYS DURING YEAR j 1 Tickets Sold Sept. 12.:i, L'*fi! and _7, with final '1

    I. home 'markets are widening. Volusia _. nO_ 401,550 74,064 _
    --. limit to reach origi11111d11rtiu

    ;" ) P ss"to Libel Law IN: i Tilt: (fONHl/MPTlON: : : SI'IHITS-GENEIUI.. RECEIPTS *
    ";t'1M.t: .k:1 r 1 .' .. Fight ; BREAK ALL RECORDS. point OdollC'l' 1 iit h. ,

    ,: \ Washington.-, large falling off in I- corporation tax revenue would be $39- For further! information call on anyA.
    \ ':" ';; Wants. totGet R. R. Passes the consumption of liquors in the 000,000 and income tax $88,000,000, u uJ.

    ', twelve months ending June :10 is indicated the -latter being double the actual collection C. L. Ticket Apcnt, or
    ,.' J..U'1.: '....., -- hy the preliminary report of /Him that source.
    ":' ;;:... ****** ' ; Li. KIHKLANI,
    Os- At the it
    'N, Commissioner of Internal Revenue capitol was explained that
    Punta Gorda. $fhe ,committee onlegislation "The law prohibiting railroad com-
    ; . i born for the fiscal year, made public the world-wide depression on accountof ,
    panies from exchanging transportation ) b
    Florida \ Pauwnpor Agent
    of the South Press here. the war in 1914 partly explainedthe ,

    rl'\!'.**socIiition.Vas: : finished r the work as'V'fe'fgn'ed be repealed.for newspaper The merchant advertising is permitted should- This is due largely to the constantly falling off of the original estimate, Tampa. 4

    t&'lf'' it the recent meeting in to swap groceries for advertising, increased dry area created under local and that while the framers of the law

    City and its and farmer his ,subacripti option and state-wide prohibition, and figured! that there were at least 100
    I Plant ia-ready t -,,make the /can pay -
    also to the strength of the temperance persons in the United States with incomes
    . egJ
    n int) meeting of: Sheassociation > { potatoes of
    it there
    ; sentiment. or more,
    th ref0reV>oi44jthere be any di.crimintltion -
    "81.Jhtito uuid 'in*such) matters? '-The fact These decreases in ordinary internal were only forty-one having such In-

    f 'the East: Coast Prow association to be that there l is such discrimination in revenue collections, exclusive of comes.

    m n .' t Q f1potbe.ware the cobtlmptibJ4 case of}railroads inf'teJthat i is based all upon editors the law those, are from shown the by emergency the report:revenue individuals Of the $41,000,000 the( normal income tax tax produced from No. 12 Darlington Phone No. l"

    I 'while .
    Distilled spirits 16924163. $16,000,000, for the larger incomes :
    t"'U\a ) railroad
    M II' Ioff. ta canjf be G1,1arbtWlt) tickets , "J'
    Oorak 0. Meek, of the but'not with food and clothing. Fermented liquors) 6466246. the returns show: '
    From incomes between $20,000 and Avenue 245 Jr- IIjf
    Tobacco : .
    Fort Mead Leader. Their -in vestigation "Che Bryan primary law should be '" ,
    in $50,000 $4,098,073 $50,000-
    total decrease "qUOTrevenue ; ,
    were dlr.<<:+.ed.M1JAA\BrJft; : \ ao amended as to give the newspapersfair ; t ., ?
    I $75,000 revenue, $2,496,496 $75,000-
    the libel \awe but was $23,390,409.The
    ward revision returns for political advertising. If"
    shows $100,000
    lJIlJli aioner'l report revenue, $2.099,634 $100,000-
    they a4"M. 'Every*:CaodWattr fofofflce should be that: the quantity: iof) : distilled spiritson $250,000 revenue, $ , ; $250- '
    . raa
    tars havea" ..V allowed to spend; ;advertising In
    in the last 000-$600,000 revenue $8,328,423; above
    L the lJI W l as $100 in eachdatt5and.$26rhd whlcltiufes were paid the Fair Cash Market
    approximately 15,000,000 $500,000. revenue $6,439,004, accepted Play
    was t
    report I _'" tAA-l I 'iaehr''eekly. year otter in ,

    .N"rue'lnjuatice* 4 Comtltntlonal the..Amendment.of present-libel. Support Only Their Friend. gallon 1914. '''The less total than number in the of fiscal gallons year for : the total.' compromise. makingup ff

    "If the association approves of the year was approximately 124,000- New Yprk, with $10,221,207 corpora- I
    p 4.: lttatpsiaeatoW ill ".tJae-rp'rlghce>'Rfgectionr tl state these Suggestions,' recommend: that 000. The total number of barrels of tion tax revenue and $17,417,638 from )
    18'of ttia o
    word.of' oM : '$25 be appropriated out of its treasury farmented liquor wa.,, 9JU6,7PJ, a* individuals, produced the greatest federal .
    l Tlue Wotlve
    ..q -< *' shduI" 4'atrickett*put,*, ifld I "to ''or to pay:Judge capable' .William lawyer A.whom Hooker the: 'against 66,106,445 for the .previous. .states income; Pennsylvania tax revenue was of next all 'with the Fair PricesFair ;: I'

    ; p this I end,a constitutional' am clt '& anr.oth.r .select, to prepare and .* The:tt4til'lnteftlal "twaiufri; itf.thegreatest $.,725 189 corporation and $4,642,557individual .
    : I .y should"A law'ahould be be passed 1 d, I it.p 'write out in legislative! form the laws tri the hlatorr':;ot |;k l. ,goTernment. ; Illinois third with $2,883- Weight .
    .. \ jnattsrs/ 'and change, in law /which Iwe herein .* ti.4>wx>m. r Mi Krori sJn dividual 627 corporation and $2,670.630 indi-
    wpapen ,reeorda of 'indicate that we want and send them *,'however, i II $42.000,000 under the vidtial; Massachusetts, fourth with
    contained the',,public,
    : ' ; 'of, $1363,067 corporation and $2,683,084
    to our aecretaryiT.'MJ: Callahan.\, Fort amount estimated by the framers '
    i'' town, ..dteoanuc of" e fvtat legal* .lfdor\. Myers that the secretary be instructed the income tax law. : individual and Ohio, fifth with $?,- Fair Treatment 4 4I
    It bidding th* taking any d to save 20d l topic1 of each printed Aggregate receipts during %the }pscal 688,068 corporation and $1,489,401 inYiduaJ. -

    4f. '_dvil.or of enmiecaf.nat\ publUhingauch ) rf : and ta.xnail,!1 one copy of each Ca-e fhnewspaplrtthe'tate year ended.June SO, including thercorpo'rationi'and'individual'Income : t . None of the other state 3
    +a own.n newspaper
    reached the $2,000,000 mark in either
    and that
    awry ,
    y', .b records'-WIIUS It CM be-el..rly ;:
    shown that the publication' .hereof newspaper. ,' ditor': and reachedT: ,41.000.000Tkgaln; .t $J80- corporation or individual income rev Quick and
    4' : ; Delivery
    I.dge'het to f enue.
    Florida igiif 'support
    r.mptitd;>7'aelice. d 00p,000for.the previous year. wrot
    .. was""l'hereehouJd-be' law to prohiblt-.- for .election,$ legislature! ;; 1:idly; ;.*a.psid in':' ,1ti4,6 and Under the'emergency?revenue law _
    .r a
    ft \. .noticesi whG''tIt' f'fiOt promise td use highest. Bali $41,046,166'( a total of $80- I. enacted last 'October, the treasury collected . - ; ,
    { .
    t alai bbUcktlon of legal any

    .,"';),;;e,! 1';.<8 'taWUhl]rind>la n _at paj laaat r* that three have yearn a.t; also bee.1 -.: 'effort
    from the additional tax
    ..<> ,law rWiMnl' that" U.I lgiaoUcM: p'l W. ...eollsgepthet.. tluhpto b ".Yer.--mb 'only ten month $18,713,680 < , ,... ;
    j "
    "',., +fcy; lndrVldaal-be paid for in ... ....., pledge be drawn,up here and now The1 return* approximate the eitiavate 60 cent a barrel on fermented' liquor em. 'M ea Q. I 0'"'r ,'', r unri.'f \ '
    I ,l"lbUaher" ... Jq s mal and 14,967,179 from:special $taa( for .p" . .. :: , r ""
    AU town city,county art..J<; te(.',ofT t4 I, t'_ :w..u\OrI..tithe U D '" 111 Jb 3SM&3 $4 w 1815 E& bank.rpnken_.'-:$nt:, :other'>: 'witb,, -' 1".u: ; fb; .."l: ,r.A

    'c .k bl.n rift poeiiu.{!do__ f ,,",,'alrnpw. .... OOO drict. $7t2,0 from ,Uteaterfi .eo cert. hall* '' : : : 1
    \ & 111\ aDd d cnee.A'; Hy Hftt'bf.rtTefctte1ah ; o.-proof! ( '' 1
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