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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: May 19, 1916
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: VID00751
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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.: HIS STEWARDSHIP AND AN. O .:....-....- > FIRST '
::\j\0(' 'I i SWERS CRITICISMS OF HIS OPPONENTS Congressman W. J- Sears left 4 ORANGE BELT LEAGt! .


t f,,' LIFE OF" COWS' ENEMY 'TALK-BEGINS ITINERARY OF gin his speaking itinerary in. the O AND LAY DELEGATES AT TWO- Sawyer's home run'in the eighth Inning FIVE EXPERT CLAY PIGEON

'if. ;: .- AND HOW IT MAY BE ERAD1CA- ENTIRE DISTRICT. 4* Fourth Congressional: District, O DAY SESSION AND MANY HELP. with two men on broke up a pretty TRAPSHOOTERS ATTEND FROM ,

TED: BY USE OF MOTION PICA 1 4 which is as follows: FUL THOUGHTS ARE EXPRESSED pitcher's bftttU, in the first game of ALL PARTS OF THE STATE AND ,

\ '" .. TURE FILMS,. HERE AT MEETING When Congressman W, J- Stare, Wcdneoday, May 17-AfterO; IN THE SERMONS AND PAPERS the Orange Belt League played hero SOME OTHER SECTIONS OF THE
JUNE 8TH. known here where he has lived for '* neon, Okocchobee. READ.REPORTS and for
\; .t yesterday won Lakeland. by a UNITED STATES. ,,
J the most of his life as "Our Joe" '4 Wednesday, May 17-Evfning. score of 3 to 0. -

arose to speak in the Graystone Casino 'oOo Fort Pierce. Until the eighth frame the

: .. JJOMMITTEEJT WORK here Monday night, the applause which Thursday. May 18-Morning, ENCOURAGING. was a battle between Barstow on game the PROFESSIONALS HERE

;," greeted him could have been creditedto Arch Creek; eight West Palm e v. mound for Kissimme and flatten who -

M ., I -"HOPED piAT ALL STOCKMEN; IN the fact that home pride was + Beach. 0 MSTRICT WHICH INCLUDES TERRITORY was hurling for the vl ltor. with the MEN SPORTING
showing itself. When he had spoken 0 Friday, May 19-Night, Key: 0 FAMOUS IN
,.' .' ** OF SURROUNDING COUNTIES for an hour and'half in an eloquent W08t. 0 OKEECHOBEE SHOWS A SPIRIT In that session B. Meharg singled: .
CONFERENCE recital of his record and in answering + Monday. May 22-Ni&ht, Mi-, 0 I. OF through second. Franklin weak '
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'.,' ': :i !4' HERE, WHEN PLAN MAY BE the charges made by his opponents ami. 0 FOR FUTURE INDICATE A STILL was up and in the hole with two DURING FIRST

'':: ::01 ''i. *;!? PERFECTED FOR COMPLETE I the final outburst of enthusiasm Tuesday May 23-: Night' Ft. + GREATER GROWTH OF CHURCHIN strikes against him, when Bartow DAY. WHILE C. E. SANDS. OF
,'i ;L ', / ERADICATION OF CATTLE TICK added to the intermittent applause Lauderdalc. 0 EVERY WAY. heaved a wild one, which cs!light the FT. PIERCE LEADS THE AMATEUR
,. :' 11't" :which punctuated his address, showed 4 Wednesday.; May 2.-After- diminutive right fielder on tho shoul- '

't R'tjf..t!"*'*'** .How the cattle tick lives and how a plainly evident Sincerity in the mindsof 4 noon, Lake Worth; night, Stuart. More than fifty pastors and lay delegates der and gave him a free ticket to the SHOOTERS.
'. t i . '; his hearers. Thursday. May 25-Night. Ti- *
$3F attended the sessions of tho Orlando initial corner- This seemed to
,L "I', < it, may be eradicated from Qsceola open With between fifty and seventy-fly
" The earnestness of his the tusville. 0
a v manner,
\10 District the fireworks and the Lakeland
Conference of the Methodist
..''.'.;, :,< bounty will be shown in the "movies" clear-cut'answers givon to the criti- Friday, May 26-Afternoon, Church held in the local churchof rooters up clamored for n bingle when expert clay pigeon shooters present

..'"' I f1"1&hero on tho 8th.of June, when Dr. E. cisms of his opponents and'his whole New Smyrna; night, Daytona that denomination Wednesday and Sawyer the Visitor's catcher, prancod the first annual tournament of th. t

.. .t' : ;",;!&. Nighbert, of the Bureau of Ainmal bearing on the platform, bore conclusive Saturday, May 27-Morning, Thursday. The sessions really beganon up to the rubber. lie took a healthy Florida Trapshootera' Association .t.
., fJndustry U. S. of Agriculture 4 Bunnell. opened here Thunday under the aus- i.
" Department : evidence to his hearers that the the
: swing at first and the local
1 Tuesday evening, when the Rev. Dr. one
: WJ. addresses a "Tick Eradication: crowds which have greeted him 4 Monday May 29-All day at pioes. of the KUiimntee Gun Club. w
": fans
, D. B. Sweat, pastor of the Leesburg sighed a sigh of relief all too r
J. 1' Conference" to be held on that date. throughout the first week of his campaign 4 Pelalka. E. M. Daniels of Lynchburg representing -
church, preached the opening sermon, soon. The next one was a little wldo
'fit dt; .' Dr. Nighbert has written C. A.''t1 in the various cities of th district !- < Tuesday, May SO-Afternoon, .* ands of the but the Hercules Powder Company '
before plate, Sawyer reached fort '
a strong helpful one, a
*!. son that he will bring along about one were justified In. their numbers 4 Hastingsnight; St. Augustine. large and appreciative audience. caught the pellet on the end of his was high professional for the first day \.
'4 thousand feet of film showing the life and enthusiasm. Wednesday, May 31-Night. bat and breaking187 birds out of 200 shot at. '1;
it Sailed
Wednenday morning at 8:30: o'clock away well over the
': i\1. history of the tick. His letter reuds Because he was speaking before > South Jacksonville. *. left field fence. He W. T. Leslie, of Charlotte. N. C-, rep- (
Rev. Smith Hardin Presiding Elder, scampered around : the
rc"entlngf! Remlngton-U-M-C Co.,
: as follows: "home folks" Congressman Sears' address 404404444444444,4 ofw.s
the cushions for homer
called the and the
conference two
to C. E. a
! .. of,).t "We ore in receipt of your letter of here was more like a "heart to Guthrids was elected secretary. The runners ahead of hinvleisurely romped J second J. breaking of 181 out of 200. !land

.4,1i the 8th instant and are glad to know heart" talk and was filled with many because of any personal feeling either roll was called, more than forty pas home with the counters.That's Nelson the Peters Jacksonville Com representing ;*. !

xs :t that, the meeting, planned by you and local references. However he delivered for or against him. tors'and lay delegates were present'and the, whole story. third; Cartridge l
with 173 out of 200.
''t'' ? be held at the practically the same address here on During the afternoon prior to his pany
:!, your people will Gray- answered to their names. The organization Kissimmee was unable to tally de- *
the E. Sands
i c i the main of the address here he visited St. Cloud and Among amateurs, C. ,
: : atone Casino equipped with .moving subject; Campaign/ as of the conference was comapletol spite the use of Charley Regero as a
Ft. with
.tf I IM1 he has delivered in the other cities of was greeted by a large crowd in this Pierce was high gun 178
picture machine ; pinch hitter in the local's
: [ and routine work taken up. half of the I out of 200, while C. G. WAtcott, of Orlando
r "In this connection you are advised I the district and made it plain that colony of Union veterans, where more At 11 o'clock Rev. F. L. Growsun, came seB8io', and although Hollander with 174 out of ; f
A 200 was second
he than 500 Democratic have been
,,r .. 1hat I will be pleased to bring with me was seeking le-election and wanted voters I pastor at I..eesburg. preached a very registered a two base knock in the I and W. N Boylston Loesburg with
f F..a1)out) feet of film that the votes cast on his merits and not (Continued on Page Twelve.) (Continued
". > one thousand thoughtful sermon to a very attentive : on Page 12)) 172 out of 200 was third. 41a
fi( tif, will show the life history of tho-tick -- -- -- i audence. I The event
sweepstakes was won by
> tp and dipping of cattle, which is very CANDIDATES QUALIFY FOR ftuNTyn .Conference convened at 2 o'clock and ,'EVANS IS AWARDED D. A. Deen, of Jacksonville with a v

+r' t.. intreosting and instructive. Will also the pastoral charges of the district score of 24.out of 25.
'' bring number of slides were called and the from the
e; \ a stereopticon reports Overstreet
George was high gun
. r : that can be used in the same machine. OFFICES SUBJECT TO THE PRIMARY vaciaus charges was most encourage! MASTER'S DEGREEB. aut-.f-209.; M. E. SUvens was second, _

I .. ,;You may emphasize this feature in ing. with 158/ and T. W. Ellis third with

'"'8'il1g\ the matter publicity. *" -- Wednesday evening at 7:30: Rev..S. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator 161. ;v

"'ff; "The; committee named by President The present week saw the candidate local Committee! for Fourth District M. Lawler spoke on 5The'Conference was this week awarded: a degree The shoot is being hold at the trapsof

44 ,d". ''Stanford, of the board of trade to \lists completed for the various county from Osceola County-E.'E. Naugle. Brotherhood." Rev. J. E Wilson, editor of Master of Science by the Alabama the local club on the lakefront at

r' ....10 have charge of the meeting to_be held offices the primary law requiring.jthat For County Commissoiner. District of the Florida Christian Advocate, Polytechinc Institute located at the foot of Posseil avenue. An additional i
here on June- 8th is composed of' the they shall qualify with the county 1-B. C. Miller and Ernest Mach. followed with a short but forceful address Auburn. Ala.", .. trap was arranged for'the shoot

-r .',.;.; following each of whom is engaged in clerk twenty days previous to the hold.. For School Board District.No2: on the neod and work of the Advocate Mr. Evans is a graduate of the Alabama and extra stands erected'to'accommodate

' t '7:'i! the, stock business: EL.. Lesley ing of the primary; W. Rt Lanier. and the importance of. reading' school and secured his. Bach the spectators and officials.'

f r chairman; Rull Baas.'W. R. Goodwin. "All of the races for office are now For County Republican Executive good literature.. '" elor's degree there several years ago! Shooting began Thursday: ,morning

Ifi, 0'' .ftC y L. O-veritreet, F. H.,Tyner A. settled down to the final stretch-with Committee, Precinct 4=:F. H. H.; Pope. He was followed, by the Roy W. G. before entering the demonstrationwork at 9 o'clockand continued until,darkness .

,sty :?r%.Wright, Alex.Thompson, A. F. Baas, every candidate absolutely sure of who For Supervisor Re&istratloh-c. W; Fletcher commissioner of- lIcation. of the U. Department of Agri mad it impossible- Today footing -

,' >C. 'A. Carson Jr.., Dock Pearce, Pat his opponents are, with the exception Griffin and Edgar Katz. who represented in a strong address culture. Since that time.he has beena ,began early and the state.championship ;

', k""'"Johnston, Robert Donegan Ed Whaley. of the sheriff's raceIn this race L. For Sheriff-L. H. Ingram Clay the Southern College located at Sutherland close student and he has so perfected will be decided among the

r Hnery* Lpartint W. E. Smith and S. M. Whidden one of the candidates Johnson and J. II. Smith- He told of the many strugglesof himself that this week he went to amateurs ;
{ .p ,B. Story. .. failed to file his first campaign expense For County: Commissioner District the institution from Its beginning Auburn and took the examinations required Professionals present are: J. K., McCabe t

.! ',.. J.\ Chairman Lesley states that his statement' as required by the 4-O. R. Basa and B. H. Guy. and gave an account of the great work'' for Master's degree. He wassuccessful and :Walter Huff representing

: $( 'committee, is at work and that an effort corrupt practice law,through an oversight For Member Republican State Cen- being done at this time by the college.He and hereafter will be enti- the DuPont Powder ,Company; E., M. .t 9

-1.-!. .,.; will be made to have every cattleman I The other, candidates have tral Committee H. POI t,r. emphasized the importance of th4 tled to writ after his name the initials 'I Daniels. representing the Hertrules; .

4 :> .;-f in Qsoeola county, together with I signed a petition to have his name For Tax Assessor--W. I. Barber. school: and I its work in educating our "M. S." Powder Company: ; R. E.Mann and W. ", a

1:5-,*\ many. from adjoining counties, present i placed on the ticket regardless of this For Tax Collector-'C. L Bandy andG. young people particularly :young mln- Mr.. Evans is entitled to congratulations T. Laslie. representing the Remington-

e ,.'" > at'the meeting. fact and this petition together with a H. Clark. Inters. upon his succecs. H* is going U-M-C Company; Charles Penfield, ti,
; : '. I letter explaining the situation has For County: Surveyor E. John- The Orlando District of the Metho- ahead in his chosen work and deceives representing the Winchester Repeating l
of the committee will
I "'.t.'r. A meeting been sent to Attorney General West ston and A. J. MacDonough. dist Episcopal church South, is one Gf credit for his ambition.ELECTRIC Arms Company; J. J. Nelson representing ..;.J
: be called the
..e vJUtly during coming
M a,-* week all the arrangements for for his opinion. When his opinion arrives For County Commissioner, District the strongest ds'itricts in the Florida the Peters 'Cartridge Company a't
c tojget it will bo definitely known 5-R, L. Pierce and W. F. Walker. Conference.The LINE and Tom Cassitty, representing the:U.,
& She conference perfected. whether or not he is candidate. For Clerk Circuit Court -J. L. Over- reports made by the pastors of MAY S. Cartridge Company. ;9 i
.t': ., Dr.'Nighbert has sent out the following the various charges, at the District Wf/
; The candidates who have qualifiedare street. Amateurs present from other:, cities .t
4 ,, bulletin setting forth the Conference at the session here Indi- RUN THROUGH
as follows: For Member Democratic County Executive are: W. N. Boylston, Leesburg; J. E. <* 'j
.. pone*for the eradication of the cattle For member of State Executive Committee. H. Walker. cate a very healthy condition of the Martin Tampa; George Griorsoii" .:

;, .I** never tick, improving and maintaining Committee, Progressive Party-J. W. For County Judge-T. M. Murphyand church throughout the district. E.' Denig, of Narcoossee, was a Jacksonville. R. Beckwith Tampa; I I".* '':

t'* a few good cattle, on every farm: Simpson.For J W. Lilly. The district includes th/ territory visitor in this city ye"t.:rd..y and W. B. Mall, TItusville; Fred White-

:'!.? .1, One crop depends on one market. Member of Democratic County For County Commissioner, District from Palatka to Okeechobce. brought the news that rumors are per head, Titusville; J. p. Anderson Tampa .

r "J '* Failure of the crop in any way Brings Executive Committee from Precinct 1 3-W. R. Tison and A F. Bass.: The 'spirit of optimism prevails sistent that an electric car line is to ; J. R. Reese Jacksonville D. A- i

. tt: hard times -Roma Thomas. For County Superintendent E. among the preachers and laymen of' be built fiorn! Drlando across Osceola Deen, Jacksonville; B. II. Lindsay,

,....: jj. Good cattle and other live stock For member of School Board District Yowell. this district. county to the East Coast Bonifay; C. E. Sands, Fort Pierce; S.

sa. it' 'maintained in proportion to the ability 3-J. S. Stratton J. H. Baisden' For County Commissioner, District The first work taken up by the Con- Mr. Denig states that parties interested J. Enttiken: Narcoossoc; O. J. Cook, e,

w R"f" 1 o; 'the farm provide soil fertility, and G. I. Barker. 2-E. L. D. Overstrce. and B. G. Han ference, Thursday morning, was the in the proposed line have been Hainen City; J. C. Otoy Orlando; C. S

;.jg- thus'making farm forage and pasture For Justice of Peace, St. Cloud Dis cock.For renewal of licenses of local preachersand conferring with persons in St. Clued G Westcott Orlando; C E. Carlson,

' \ !''''' 'grasses return a profit. trict-S. W. Porter. School Board, District No. 1- passing the characters of the local with a view to passing through the St. Cloud; T. N. Watts, Lcesburg and ;, r

-j t ; -, ,p, Cattle and live stock industry For Member of County Democratic W. C. Bass. men, who have been ordained The "Wonder City". Mr. Denig and other others. '

}i-/;.. consume waste products of the farm Executive Committee, Precinct 4C.E. For Representative C. Bryan. following names, were passed Upon: Narcoossee people are trying to get in 6

i J1" **' and make its waste lands more profit- Carlson and A. E. Drought. For 'Prosecuting Att .rney-W. B. Alfred Erickson, B. H. Caldwell, W. touch with the promoters and want to LITTLE JOHN LEE

yi'able. For Member Democratic Congress ,Crawford. I' O. Troutman C. L. Eaddy, J. L Cris- route the car line through their sec !

!rl: f 'jfiftVCattle: ,or other live stock prodpce well, A. O. Hiscock, H. E. Hooks Dr. tion. '
7." Bennett A. P C. Eddin BREAKS HIS ARM
of Johntry, S. ;C'
I :' a system farming that bal- J
t\ ..' . '.nees the farm operations throughout SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION HOLDS 'ton, W. D. J. Sumner, M. F. Huntley, Miss Bertha Bryan is making a ten I. ;
W. A. Louder, W. J. Bartlett, A. :J. days' visit with friends Titusville.
F" the making .n
: ;.. year, use of the full equipment'and John Lee Jr., eon. of John M. Lee 1
Allen, J. T. Higgs, N- J. Tillman\ C. f).
Yb ; ':1 laborJ6. had the misfortune to break his right
WjnjV." ..l '; ., battle( and other live stock on the ANNUAL CONVENTION IN KISSIMMEE 'Reeves, K. D. Johes. 444Q40444..44.444 I arm, while cranking his Ford automobile t '
The education books and 000 CORRESPONDENTS WANTED. 0
report on ,
s :result
in i
4 farm turning money more in Orlando Tuesday. Accompanied
S1l \ / a., once a year. One crop, one mon- -- periodicals included 445 copies of the 0- by Joe Sears:Jr., John M. Lee and i ii

'yey' return. The annual convention of the Osceola IN, W. Beachamp and J. L. Overstreot. Florida Christian Advocate 75 of the .* The Valley Gazette would like 4 M. Katz he had made the trip to Orlando
Epworth Era and 34 Nashville Christian ( to have an active correspondent in *
.i"-jo: .6. ..Cattle hogs sheep and poultry, County Sunday School Asoociation I Time and place of net and was cranking. up prepara-
meeting-AI-I Advocates. The. endorsedthe '* one of the following places: *
report every
' k' it': d' pcoduco"' a home meat and dairy, sup- met in the Presbyterian church, Kis- bert Mannypenney Dr. 1 work of the college at Sutherland I'* CAMPBELL STATION. tory to returning home when the engine
.o the people on the farn<;'giving simmee spoon and A. S. Ncleon. kicked back and the crank struck
K Florida 18 f\\
Thursday, May ,
and the plan to secure three hundred i 4 SHINGLE CREEK. *
:them independence, health and energy I' the little fellow's arm snapping the <
": 116, at 9 o'clock a. m., with W. H. The following were enrolled as members individuals who will:'pay the sum of i O NARCOOSSEE. 4O
-. 'to"'do more thinking, and Jones the president, in the chair. of the convention, namely: Rev.J. one hundred dollars each in order to." LANIER bone. *
: 'permanent He
farm development.- .' B. Weetcott, Rev. and Mrs. G. H. was taken to a physician's officeat
"' . Devotional services were led by the make up the amount of 30000. This,> HILLlARp'S ISLAND. 4 a
;r7. Ltve stock breeding broadens the once and the fractured bone was
a.K. Rev. H. G. Northrop pastor of the St. Northrop; Samuel Hobson, Mrs. II. S- is being done by the Rev.W,,B. :Fletcher > WHITTIER.' 4O
Y 'mlnd. and activities- of the ofan
a eommutityend set. John refused to allow use
j : Hobson N. W.
Beachamp Mr. and
CIoud: Methodist Church. Commissioner, of Education. BASSENGER. *
r fosters permanent Rome building anesthetic and stood the pain withy tr
; Mrs. Harry K. Goes Mrs. James ,
Goff ReV A. H.Cok Fiold O LOUGHMAN. *
An address of welcome was deliv- ; ,Sunday ,School
yLiaftd educational facilities, because thenb of the St. Cloud Methodist K out one,word of complaint ,
will'' ered .by Dr- W B. Witherspoon and Sunday Secretary addressed t"conf..nce regarding > MULBERRY SINK. .
rinei. .. i peopl seek the' farm andy School. "
? 'brennain: on It.,, One crop of one Industry response was made by Rev. J. B. West-' ,!t the, LOKOSEE. W. R. LANIER CANDIDATE:
naturally the citizens ands cott of St. Cloud.Committees George S. Erinkerhoff. of the St. claling attention to the healthy growth 0 KENANSVILLB. 0 J. O. Lanier, who'was a_ candidate '
< narrows:
Cloud Baptist School. of this interest in the district A great 0 The Valley Gazette will be glad 0 for member of the school board'prom '
ceepa a community, in -backward were announced by the
r HHkate/becauslt; ; *fosters, th* commerVWial President as.f6ilows}: Misses Alma Coble Tad Constance Federation*!"..:tob. ;; *',hold.fa''Oak In :0 to furnish the stationary: and 0 the Second district:; failed to.;tile his, '?,
ell Harris, .of the St. Cloud Christian October. .Vl" ;" .1. .. postage and will send the paper' expense account a* required;by, the f'
idea of farming'the result of one On nomination of officers for the "
'$ n-aep.. I diversified' 'industryvv'which ensuing school. BevjF7:its'Sbinmgyer.of'Sanford, 0 fr *.to. ar\y'person In each otthes 0 corrupt practice law,'and.... clfant-i; ;
Cos*. Mrs. J. ''a M. Epsy: Albert Hannypemy and chalrTnanof the Sunday School-Board, 0 places : jlimd us, noted. from the 'nc.. W:, R.JLanler/ ?
: :tmsjcs the staple standard W. Miller and Prof. C. E. Yowell- | ; regularly.will
: crop '
Mrs. Albert /
the Si. Cloud eama t in"jAla'mornmg for conference news item* > hi. brother has now announced/for tbs."
1 .:'-/'V f.f ..(*Continued IX L / oa>**g* 8)-)' Resolutions, --:Rev. G...JI Northrop. .. *, ( .cJem1"ot" -... 12) -,.(Continued jt-on"pag*- -li.-L I'4000000000 y--: + ... ., position and. qualified to run. // '1r. .. r t' ..wr' .

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Monologue, "Just Gab", Comrade WIRE WORMS. 7 ATTACK' CORN.In rapid growth as possible! This will in- I menus are being made for an all" day .,:,;

-f SilL For an encore rendered "Un j I duce the Scorn to overcome1'' the attack! campaign and all those whoare interested |

.I I cle: Refus Hennery."' V I some sections of the state wireworms to some eaten: and pass the. stage at are' requested to be on bandf

,111't Piano solo, "Jesus Lover of My I are. damaging the corn- These which it Is susceptible.Of early with the necessary tools to do' %

I N 4 r "rewy. Soul," with. variations, Mrs Dr. Buck- worms work from the ground up Into I court 1t.i t. advisable to plant tho work, Dinner/ will be served on J.:

1 yC master. For'an )encore she played I the stalk- Sometimes they kill the such field to crops not related to corn. k

i. "Belles"of the Blue Grass", 'stalk and they always damage it to But_if the corn is already planted that the grounds, v

:0" Reading, "At the, Telephone! Miss ,' some extent: ; The meat trouble Is' had precaution is of no,value7.. If a 'largesr As quarterly conference will.also beheld .r

:.. .a =.-=t Edith Harrod. in fields..which. have not been cultivated: 'cenlage of the stalks are iff.cted. !t'i'< at the Shingle Creek Methodist -t*
77 y -L s LI --I- .. Song, 'Old Black Joe", choir and au 'for several years: or have been grow. is advisable to plow the field and plant church on- that day_ a large crowd Is ,:

I LOW ROUND TRIP SUMMER RATES dience. ''ing grass. cowpcas, sorghum, or velvet beans, I ex pec V.d.CHICHESTERSPI1L&. 1:

/' A FROM JACKSONVILLE .. Reading, St. Cloud News Item., Stories ,)* After the corn: has been planted on ,. J

iy ... ,--. .__... .t". C1N1..... --.e.IM: c.__..-.-..._. ._. U. and Reminiscences, President Ken :such land there is no treatment that I(' SHINGLE CREEK 'TO I tLf
111 5. M1/ IN"HI" II M .
a-._............ ..N .. JM 1t. -...,..._.... .-..- II M Will rid the com of them. A. P. Spencer '
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..LW. c..f. II N a..MN1 111.. ,.... ........_..'m.. U 1A "The Army Beau. Comrades I X5> l-. .IHI A.k -f*j/\
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+ J I I IN .I e.N. .J",, : ;I: N./r.I. .,. .",. .:= C..N. '.C.,.:..:: ...:: M M M to please the audience So well that its gests that cultivation may give some "!'oo 1..;;:.A.IiRAM"ln/1/1.4I: : Pii.IAbfa.;irr5.TYNJ .,

1 GI.Nw I...1NN o N ..... 1"wN., Colt....... C_... ...-. NI M.AII.N.I0. j repetition was called for, it was relief. Keep the weeds down and cultivate !, :Next- Monday will be "cfearvup" day A nD' '
._ Lao. .. I_k. ..__.... r.N.-.l", ,.. ...- I'M.I'M ./.- Nw.1I repeated ",which closed the program.. VILD DRI1661SiS i EVERYNII1FE[ ;.
Creek i. : r BY
,*.. so that the plants will make as at Shingle cemetery. Arrange- j
1 I Iq.!I It Tl"t>',*m.;.....!._II..... ".. Rat':.. 1.... 0.t II. At the conclusion the exercises. I J . I.
111 plea--
.. StATTLt. ETC.ckn I ant connection with the choir and the ,

Ilfi ON./ lk ... Ll.. ......... lkr.Mk Ck...., is .!.. .._ Llkml I dear people of the Veterans' Association j-[POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS"i j ;
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Y ? iI N..N TOTHS 11.M.i01TM' AND NODTH' "RIT, !..... .11.1 "_. ...... ""In i and thanked them very much for
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I 1OUTHLANO" ..CI{.... N1. IN4..y.l...1. AanN, a.... their co-operation and assistance' in
A ( 1 I n''it.' "THII LN..d.l C_..*.fi *.4 r M4f)..... L-. ...... J..N.'ll. 1 Mr I the .
contributing to of the
!?! .. M.. ?,,... Ck.... I4i A M success -e FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONERI onscientious attention to the duties me t to the ,,UeVt of my ability. .1 will
p "o,...I, FLVtll" .(. ....,.... C.. NNA.IIM. .....".... I meetings. I I.f :
(-v' I ......h.......!>..,H r. M ....... Ck.ul. Fl A. M."SIT. .. 1 of th.} office. I earnestly ,-.)licit your appreciate your vote and suport.
LOCH ."....," *.. MII. ....._.. R.r.i.tfk... N4 1 ri''''. This attempt to fill the place of theAssociation's JOE: E JOHNSTON. .1'
......, ........j_....."..i...N r M. '", ... M. I..... r Y. A. M. n" hereby announce myself a candidate -I vote and support at the' Democratic' : ,
.. ... ...' .. .. k .... CVI..M. U_....... regular scribe will be -he '
h 1 TI.N. ....N.M. .. .. r < ... ... for the office of County. Primary June 6th. ,
,,_ !< K k k (l.4t N Dw N. Ul 4 last for six months less 1 SENATORS:
y -- n IN.r..N rank ,. NNA ib.' nm.:: ..< we ..U NN. ,N IH.<..4... ,I more or as .sioner for district No. 2, Commis'l I ERNEST MACH. FOR STATE: ; .j
-- l WNW 1..H..N NArN 1..1 ".1.N.wr.H.._....... I.N..1 ANN.fw..wrf.YN MYw.r NN..HN.l .__ '. I plans for the future to most Of us are the action of the Democratic primary. -
'1 ('ill/en and \ntrrs C of the
extremely uncertain. During our absence > To (the A.
H. C. BRETNEY, 1 E. L. D. OVERSTREET.FOR I FOR SHERIFF: Nineteenth: Senatorial DUlri : ,VI
Y we shall eagerly welcome the
fIanoI.1- A.-
I I [B TI) .... ._.UU.. .. It I I weekly visits of the St. Cloud Tribunewith I herl.I.)"' announce myself! a candidate ::
:\: : COUNTY COMMISSIONER.I I i I To the People of Osceola County: the
office of
1/CLSd.YILLE. Fur for election to
(14 ,,1 I ., O 1. 0...". L.. ._,.NIY. b.-.. ww.NN1 I its messages and interesting nen I hereby announce myself a candidate -I j, I hereby- announce that I am a candidate -[State Senator from the Nineteenth ,
items and from the Wonder Citv
I news ,
for County Commissioner from I i I for re-election to the office of Senatorial. J District, "f Florida com- :'

I and the dear' comrades and friends ">four District No. 4, Osceola county, and !i! Sheriff of Osceola County subject to prihintf the. counties >-' Orange Seminole j

"own and only" Veterans' Asso will the of the the action of the Democratic at '
I appreciate support party and (Kccolu, sulject to the ae-
ciation. J. :N.- BURCH, of that in the .,, the record is I
voters district ap- ensuing primary. My jtion, of the Ik-nifratic Primary U be' .;
'. Cloud Sec. Pro Tem. preaching primary. I have served I'before I the people of this county andI held June Hh. \ .
St. Department i.i I
four years on the board and feel that I invite'the most searching investigation As you no loulre, aware, a Constitutional .

my experience will-enable the to render -I[ of it. If again chosen I promise amendment will be sub- I
1. AGRICULTURAL NEWSFLIES J better service to my constituents -,:ito use the same diligence for the con- milled to the voters at the next gen- F

-.i NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWNSPECIAL : than ever before. I i| servatiori of the law and order in the ,oral election for a Senator I Ii

CORRESPONDENT: > O. R BASS. i future as I have used in the past. | from each county, and! if the amendment -
_,' I I [I Thanking you for your confidence in 1 be adopted, my term of office
the past and earnestly solicit your >
i i will expire. April 1HI'I )
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baxter Mr. and mother was a widow r hould not he Sometimes it storr.s impossible to hereby announce myself n candidate ''' support in the coming primary. Sincerely ; In view of the ulio\v, if honored by

4 1 Mr. Frank Gilbert and Lynn I Daug-V-- | prevented from working und earning I, keep flips out of the house. E\e.i to represent School Oijtric'. No. ,I yours, L. H. I INGRAM.: I! re-election, should the amendment be>

:' erty spent Tuesday evening the guess! something to support his mother or in where the house .is screened a few HIPS -. Can pl-ell, and solicit the'ipprrt :l lt I '
rejected!, I 1hull not lie n Candidate
'l' home of Mrs. Powell's.pareMs. Mr. and other wordthat th" mother (In widow )I''' will, creep in occasicnally. J. R. \.. ...l.oon "I t the Pmocraticoters of tn .". Tn-- 'FOR' -SUPERVISOROF ''to KU coed l niyelf.1R'fiil

Powell th. .hould not l be compelled 1 to rare and i-ntomolotrit to the University, o( trict. W. R. LANIER. REGISTRATIONI
,,0. of Mr and Mrs. Bert at | ( 1 'I( I K: ,! >(ONEJAN.KOK ) ( :- .
MrPowell her lx> in idleness i till he wfo'ii'tecn -,,s Florida Experiment Station
Mrs. Fowler. Mr. -upport y sugge-.t( candidate for the office of - - - -
1 :' COMMISSIONER.] am a
leave Monday for their, northern home years of age Th: rudience that th'.E" flies l toe polo led. The following FOR COUNTY Supervisor of Resri
in Nebraska. Their many friends are quei.tly applauded his remarks, and mixture will be fund,: helpful : I hereby announce myself a candidate ola County and will appreciate your ''To the Democratic<'rl< of Osceola

6 \ sorry to see them K. the hall "a.well filled. Several ladies'': F'onnalin. i 1.1: per cert; milk 25 p-r for County Commissioner from vote and support in the lIemocratic I County: i
| Primary, June Hh.
District N'o. the Dem-
Mrs. Harold ReKJ was the guest on I wore present. At the do.*; of hu a i- c?nq; water <;iO per cent Add a littlj 1, subject to I!i EDGAR 1 D. KATZ. :' I hereby announce my candidacy asRepresentative .:
dress of the old veterans re- I sugar A of bread for flies ocratic primary. '
tl Wednesday of her sister. Mrs. Harry'Goss. many j 1 piece the I in the next Legislature "
'I mained to shake hands with him aid to light on can be placed in the vessel B. C. MILLER.FOR }I FOR COUNTY: JUDGE from Oxceola county, subject to ;,

offer him their best wishes. The honorable containing the mixture. 'I ,
the will of the Ik-mocratic voters in
f Miss Ruth Bass who has been clerk I ,
ing in Drawdy's store, left last weak gentleman seemed; profoundly Manure plies shculd be sprayed h I : I hereby anounce my candidacy: for the June primary. ;;.
: I impressed with the hearty greetingshe I re-election to the office of County -
mixture of codium Having served term in the
a eight ouncej ar- one r
t' mon-thk1 vacation at her home I
for ob
a two" hereby announce myself a candi- !
Fla. received! and feelingly referred f'.;nite. 20 gallons of water and one- Judge, subject to the action of the Legislature 1 feel that if elected toyserve or
f near Avon Park date for the office of Senator from
'I thereto. half pint pf molasses. Borax is also I I Democratic Primary of June 6th again, I will be .better fitted to '.
> Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ewing left Wednesday the Nineteenth Senatorial District :
1916. T. M. MURPHY.
Miss May Holden entertained at 6 recommended for treating manure: I consider the various measures that
morning for San Antonio, Tex. comprising the counties of Orange, '
o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in honor -I piles. Two-thirds. of a pound shouldbe come before the Legislative Body.
Miss Violet Van Natta started Tuesday Seminole and Osceola, subject to the FOR TAX COLLECTOR
of Miss Ella Bleech. Those presentswereMisses allowed for each ten cubic feet or I I I will appreciate your support, and "
action! of the Democratic to
for Terre Haute, Ind primary
Ella Bleech, Cora Anderson -'I eight bushels. It is used! dry. I I if chosen to nil the position: will serve
Mr. Wood and family, who have be held June the 6th 1916.I : To the people of Osceola County:
Mattie Wilson and Messrs. John Manure piles are, favorite breeding to the best of my ability. 4\
spent some time here went to Daytona respectfully refer you to my past In announcing my candidacy for '
Anderson and Georg:! Clark. Miss places for flies and precautions should I N. C. BRYA! ;t
for. few days before going on to An- legislative record. If honored by re-election to the office of Tax Col-
/ Bleech: starts for the north on Fri- be taken to kill the larvae before they
niston, Ala. j(I election I shall not be a candidate to lector for Osceola County, I desire to .
!evening at the home of Mrs. Goff, on emerge. ,If neighbors would cooperatein FOR CONGRESS .:
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Warner and son succeed myself state that if elected, I promise to ,..
Paul started Tuesday by auto for Terre ,day. treating manure and in destroyingfilth GEORGE W. CRAWFORD.FOR give the same personal supervisionto -' )

Hante, .nd. They'were accompanied The Y.' P. B'.. held Tuesday flies could be controlled in any the office as I have done hereto' I hereby announce my candidacyfor

!Indiana ,avenue. Quite a number of community.good SHERIFF' renomination as Representative
as far as Jacksonville their son, fore. My record: in .office spe.kstor t"In
Duke Warner. !young'people were present crop.: Any grower who' (baa Itself. C. L. BANDY., Congress from the Fourth Con- .'1

Mr, ,and Mr*.,Brown and son, Floyd I ; :Mrs., Anna Meatyard arrived .home white' flies in his'grove and has hot( I am a candidate: 'tor the office! of gressional District of Florida, subject J tI'tI'to
' should do at la Sheriff of Osceola and will COUNTY COMMISSIONER the action of the Democratic "
Brown'and, daughter'Mrs.f-Dasen; ;left Monday evening from'Orlando,7 where sprayed so once.' This County' FOR \ 4 1"

-, Tuesday evening for Fayetteville, New :I she'has been at the ho.pitaL She issomewhat the first brood. There will be'two oth- appreciate'rour: support in the Primary To the Democratic voters of}' County mary'to be heldTon :June 6, 1916.. t. 'i.

l'ork. 1 improved. ers which will need attention, but theycan election to be held June 6th. Commissioners District No. 2: shall make as active a campaign as .

Mr. and Mrs. Robbins )left Wednesday Owing to frequent showers a somewhat be controlled more easily if the If elected to this office I pledge I hereby announce myself a candidate the duties of my office will permit. *.. ,

morning to spend the summer in limited number of people assembled spring brood is taken carv of. Spray- my honest endeavor to enforce the to represent district No. 2 and I appreciate to the fullest extent \

Nebraska. I in the G. A. R. hall for the usual ing is especially important this spring laws with impartiality to devote solicit the support of the Democratic the support rendered me during the -,

The Odd Fellows will celebrate the Saturday afternoon meeting of -the) because restrictions! have been placedpn my entire time to the duties Incum- voters of that district. last primary, and I sincerely trust .

anniversary of institution of the lodge Veterans' Association. President Kne- the shipment of fungous material bent upon the office. B. G. HANCOCK. I my conduct has been such as to merit ,
j i
by giving an all. day picnic near the n-sy called the meeting to order at 2 from groves. Th dry weather has CLAY JOHNSON, JR. j continuation of same. i i

canal. The new passenger boat p. m and the choir sang with the au- probably injured the fungi which are -- COUNTY JUDGEWe 1 W. J. SEARS. ,

,4- "Queen of the Lake," will convey all .dience our :National- anthem, "America. already in the grove so that importations FOR SHERIFFI ,

who wish to go. Bring your bathing ." In the absence of the chaplain )I would be necessary.The are authorized to announce FOR MEMBER I SCHOOL BOARDI '4
: I candidacyfor James W. Lilly as a candidate for
hereby announce
suit and enjoy the day with us :May 25.; the audience joined President Kenney' paraffin oil sprays are recommended -: my (
the office of Sheriff of Osceola 'County Judge, subject to the action i
4 Everybody invited. '! in repeating the Lord's Prayer. I I| for this brood. Instructions j hereby announce my candidacy
Democratic I of the Democratic I
I the to be held
to primary
Claud V. Kenney has purchased they The choirand'audience sang the j can be found in bulletins 123 and 126 !, county, subject for reelection us a member of tho
If I honored by the June 6, 1916.
news depot on Tenth street of C. W. :"Battle Hymn of the Republic." I of the Florida Station, Gainesville. I Primary. am County School Board from' District t
Taylor.W. i Minutes of previous meeting were voters of this county, I promise to "I.FOR COl"XTSl'R'EYOR.. N'o. 2. I have given my hest effort .

SI: Alyea returned Tuesday from read corrected and approved. PLANT: BOARD PLANS TO FURNISH devote all of my time and energy to to the duties of this position duringthe t

drip of a few days to Sanford. (I Collection amounted to 91 cents. I WHITEFLY FUNGUS: the duties of the office and to enforce I I am a candidate: for the office of present term, and earnestly 'solicit

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fay and son, Comrade Burch, who left on the 16th i The fungi which prey on whitefly i all the laws of the state without partiality County Surveyor for Osceola county, the support of the Democratic voters

Lawrence, and Mrs. A- W. Easton and inst., made a farewell greeting to the I are among the best friends which the and to the best of my ability. I'and will appreciate! your vote ..nd sup- ,; in the coming primary. I pledge myself -

a son, Clarence, left Thursday afternoon I I assocaition. In which he spoke citrus growers has. But it. will not be L. M. WHIDDEN. port in the Democratic Primary ; to continued conscientious service J

V last for Benton Harbor Mich. They I ly of the pleasure and feeling-I possible to distribute these fungi from FOR SHERIFFI June 6th. I I if again honored by your ballots.

expect to return in the fall.' I has always enjoyed in .the grove to grove this year because the ALAN J. MacDONOUGH. I, WALTER BRONSON. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Prentice and two meetings and the ble relationshe State Plant Board has restricted the --
I agreeD I will be a candidate for the officeof FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT> I
i daughters, who have been spending the '' has always sustained to the go'dl I t"'Isport&tion'of parts of citrus trees. Sheriff of Osceola county at the : STATE COMPTROLLER

I winter here, leave Friday for their I people of St. Cloud and though absent Dr. E. W. Berger, entomologist to the primary in June, and solicit the support Standing Upon my record duringthe ]1

home in Steubenville, Ohio. in the flesh, he would on each recurring Board, is planning to furnish one of of the Democratic voters. If past term, I.wish to announce to

Mrs. Wm. Biicher and two grandchildren I Saturday afternoon during his I these fungi; the red to citrus growers.A elected I will give my entire time and the Democratic voters of Osceola

George and Erma Bircher, 'absence think of the dear comradesand charge Bufficcient to cover cost of I attention to the duties of the office. county my candidacy to succeed myself -

left Tuesday to spend the summer at friends assembled here to enjoy production will be made. JAMES H. SMITH. in the office of County Superin- j j'f

i St. Paul. Minn. the pleasant and interesting entertain About 1000 pure cultures are grow- tendent of Public Instruction. If you jt

Mrs. Palmer, of Champaign Ill., who ments for which the Veterans' Association ing-in the laboratories now. It is plan- PROSECUTING ATTORNEY believe that record to be a good one, jU
has been the ii noted. ned I hereby announce my candidacyfor
spending winter with her jto supply this fungus to those who I will appreciate vote and :
your support -
w ; sister, Mrs. R. E Slawson, left Tues Dr. Farris on behalf of the association desire it by the time thi rainy season prosecuting attorney of the County at 'the primary, June 6th. I t

day for her northern home remarked that of the many who begins. The' office has no means of Court of Osceola County, subject C. E. .YOWELL.

", ,"' J, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Burch left Tuesday are missed from these meetings knowing how many cultures will be to the action of the Democratic pri- t
to spend the summer at Elmwood rade Burch's absence: would required. Consequently A. C. Mason, mary of June 6.W. . FOR CLERK OF COURTTo

Illinois.J. be more noticeable" by reason of his aI-I)assistant entomologist, suggests that B. CRAWFORD.FOR 1

K. Conn. G. H Clark C. E. Carl- ways being present to assist in what- growers place their orders immediately TAX COLLECTORI the Democratic voters of Osceola otI

son L. U. Zimmerman. P. E. Morgon ever was provided to entertain the so that plans can be made for supply- County: I

E. E. Livermore, Frank Gilbert, Wil- eople and moved that a vote of thanksbe ing them. Address Entl.>>mo'Og'it to candidacyfor Thanking you for your kind sup. t.". I
hereby announce my
liam Hall and Lynn Daugherty motor- given him which was carried unanimously the Plant Board University: of Florida, the office of Tax Collector of Os- port in the past, I hereby announce .

ed to Kissimmee Monday night'to at- by a rising vote of the asso- Gainesville.TAYLOR'S. the Democratic myself as a candidate for reelectionto
to -
ceola county, subject SI
tend a banquet given by the Masonic ciation. the office of Clerk of the Circuit '*
Primary of June 6th. I be-
lodge. Mrs. Dodge in charge of the social fill Court of Osceola County at the Democratic I l
lieve that I am fully competent
I Mrs. Jeannette Nearing, who has hour, presented the., following program this office to the satisfaction of the primary, June 6th, 1916, and
v 1 been spending the winter here with her : I earnestly solicit your support. If re-
and promise if honored byrOUl' j
i father, Mr. Bobo, left Wednesday for Song "When the Roil is Called Up ballots, to give my beat atten- elected to the office I assure\ you that !

San Antonio Teas. Yonder," choir and audience.Reading : duties I will give youth_ !: same faithful and
BEST tion and ability to fulfilling the
Hon. W- J. Sears member of Congress "A Bachelor's Birthday," incumbent i impartial service that I have.endeav- ., J

paid us a visit Monday, and delivered Rev. Kenney. upon me.I ored to give in the put. ,"" .:t
will appreciate your support I .
a very interesting and taking Song, "Throw Out the Life Line," BLOOD Very respectfully, "

speech in the G. A. R. hall. The honorable choir and audience. vote. GURDON H. CLARK. Jj L. OVERSTREET.FOR E. P. THAGARD: .;... ,.,..j,.

member showed us that during Reading "The Darkey's Dream.". MEDICINE COUNTY of Marion County .M

% the abort time he had held office, he, Comrade Lynch. FOR RHEUMATISM FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER- SURVEYOR. c.-...... '- .jM4', N
with the sftl t* vff of Us friends, had Music violin and piano. Comrades To the Voters of Osceola County; : COMPTROLLER
. _. STATE }
not been idle, bat had accomplished Burch and Jones, and Miss Edith Han J .7 I hereby announce that I am a candidate I hereby announce my candidacy forth

Braclu With regard to the child labor rod. in the following selections: The for the office of County ,Commissioner position of County Surveyor If IR .,.. ...e ,i

.bill be dwelt on an amendment he hag! Topliners", "A Charge to* Victory", and PRiCE-! FLU PINT BOTrtE from th*. First District. If elected to fill this position promiseto Democrat Primar4 MYear

f f offered.. thereto. 1 t.ch11d t .whose "Whispering Wave WalU"., I elected I promise to gi.. faithful,and fulfill whatever duties are required S.pp.rt Witt .. Alp. KJ.eeiI .,"

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: INFANT. SESSIONS DIES.. fix the blank on the man. He proves Tampa, where he will W located/'ice
: TAMPA MAN REGAINS 750 HEAD; OF ,CATTLE., BILLIE ,BURKE AT to'be.Colin Andrew's son, and a mar. the future. ,

' Ira, the) two-year-old daughter. of riage i* the"happy ending of -the.drama 'The room will be shared by,. J. H.

\ SHIPPED TO TEXAS Mr: and'Mrsv. Charles Session,i died CASINO TOMORROW .'. Redditt, the) jeweler who Is also preparing .

: HEALTH WITH ANDES early Tuesday morning i ; of bowel trouble Then Peggy decidea to leave Wood. to roov from the building' :

of cattle wont at the home of her grand parents kirk and her relative They have across the street whore he;has been
Another shipment .,Mr and *Mr*. A- A. Wits Funeral Like' amerry whirlwind. Peggy come to love her, but thelt pleadingsthat located for a number'' yearsThe ,
MALONE from KlMimmeo this week to Texas from America upsets the traditions of
services wore held Tuesday afternoon location Is W .
It. T- she stay am of no at ail. But at new expected o .
These cattle were purchased by the pretty Scottish' mountain. hamlet
;, HE SUFFERED FOR 15 at the residence the Rer., A. last come the Rev. Donald Bruce, a good one for both concerns -
Lykes of Lykes Bros., of. Tampa where she'goes'to Hvo after her fath J i
: Chisholm
: |(|officlatlngBurial was .
with from the heart that
an appeal

Texas.' They' were loaded on Wednesday er'* death. Billie Burke stars in thl.InceTrianato' .
Eight houses
in Roschill cemetery were destroyed by Ire .p
keeps in' the min
Woodkirk as
M TROUBLE. and began their long journey to The death of the little ono, who was play. '"Peggy." which ister's bride.POSTAL. at CoroLado Beach. The fir origUnated .
ft -- j the plains of Texas, where they will. the only child of Mr.. and Mrs.Ses will be the.:"attraction at the Gray from forest !]res. '

'' Good .Result*'Obtained In Short be resold and.fattened for, the' market. sions- was a great shock to them and tone Casino tomorrow" (Saturday: ) _. r

Time 1 Texas cattleman Tiro: 'giving more to Mrs. Sessions' parents, Mr. and Mrs- matinee and night. TELEGRAPH, --

and more attention to Florida cattle Wits, The kind services of friend An orphan and helrc, Peggy Cameron
and during the week three prominent is lively member of Now Y rk'. MUSTANGFor
I am seventy-two years of age and and the expressions of *sympathy they a MOVES ITS OFFICESllenry
:' ". for anyone to And relief at tHftt advanced stock meal of Houston visited tho ''city expressed werVa' great com'fort to the exclusive set. There'cornea to her a -
PBTC. ages{ after Bufferingfifteen years and conferred with stock raisers herein sorrowing parents and grandparent letter from her undo in >Scotland offering '
I consider remarkable said T. B. Ma. Sprains, Lameness
1..I l'eJrOrd.t.o proposed purchases. The have that her home with -him. Peggy '&rnes,1oc l manager for the
-- I lone of No. 1704 Florida Avenue, this They asked tho Valley Ga. a .
city the past week. Continuing1" he visitors were: C. C. Robinson H. S. lette express for them their heartfelt I accepts .the invitation and, comes Postal Telegraph company, assisted by Sores Cuts Rheumatism
said: I have been a treat( sufferer Dew and C.. B., Elam all of Houston' 'the of'Wood- Penetrate and Heal
y I from acute Indigestion Insomnia and t] thanks to theso friends. breezing into little town Superintendent of Construction Welch, .
nervousness. Almost after eating my They will likely make purchases of kirk in the Scottish highlands one arranged this.week for the removal of Stop. Pain At Onca' thr

i: stomach gas and that would would well cause and my All up heart with to stock hens within the net few days. 000000000000000. bright Sunday morning- Her automo- the offices of the company' from its For Man and'Beast ,

beat fast, sometimes these attacks I -:" < ,KISSIMMEE. '' 0 bile causes consternation among the location in the room with the Wenner- ,23c.Soc.SI. AtAllDeaWa.LINIMENT.
$ would come -on In the night and I In the whole field of medicine 000000.0040.000000 villagers. the ,
Company'to room,adjoin
could hardly set my breath. I would healing that
there is .not remedy
fc'.V ret out of bed' In order' to' get relief a Kissimmee the lovely, Kissimmoe the Andrew Camaron. (William II. In'gth. Quality Store,. formerly occupied
';'' This trouble mado me extremely nervous will repair damage to the flesh' more blent Thompson) the uncle, is a dour old by Nick Part a* a fruit oUnd.
>, and I slept very poorly. In fact I KALLARD'S 'SNOW I'
t ( my feed Just seemed to poison me. quickly I Where,visitors gather from east and Scot who doesn't .approve of Peggyor Paris has moved hit fruit stand to
The ant bottle of And. seemed to LINIMENT. In cuts, wound, sprains, .
i from west; her car.. He and the minister. Rev. .
p relieve"this trouble after scalds and rheumatism its -
entirely ,
t evraJ burns
r days I felt very much stronger I. is ex i Where stars! in their beauty bespanglethe bonnld Bruce (William' Desmond) surprise .... . .. ... .. .... ..... . ... .... ..... ..
healing and penetrating .
ti My food did not ferment power .
aa before and dome Peggy working under tho! machine
ti;, U I do not notice the distress feeling aft. traordinary. Price 25c, 60c and ,$1 Where the mornings are cool witn the IIi: overalls. Her uncle I Is
; "r easing. My appetite !. good and I bottle.. Sold by Osocola Pharmacy i ROUND TRIP RATES I !
relish my food and I sleep well. In per dews of the night shocked and forbids her ever to ap ,
', 'fact, I Il much Improved In every *-Adv., 'I And the boautlous magnolin) I I. ever pear again In masculine garb.

way.Andes.. Is not like other medicine I WILL GROW CASTOR BEANS. in sight. Nevertheless Peggy don h-sr cons.In' '
j' . have -used. It seems to soothe my Where the heart of tM people asp masculine dress night and YORKa !
". stomach, and It la a flne tonic, too because one
f<; I can digest what I eat and that Alex Remington-Smith, of New warm with the lovo goes for a spin. It starts to rain and $41, 65''N'EW '
makes m. atronger. I have great faith Which has its .Inception in' heaven automobile stalled. Peggy
'\' In Andes, and I am only' too glad to' York, who has been a visitor to Kis- above gets LIMIT OCTOBER 31st
I' recommend It. Tou may rest assured occasions is here ; goes into a village inn for sheltei. andon r
.1 I will speak a"good word for It to my simmee on numerous Where the kind smile pf welcome i* coming out bumps into the minister-! : ,
friends.Commenting again a guest at the Graystono
'. Mr. : seen on each faro He tries to rebuke her but Peggy runs f
has beena
ment, A. O. Pay nee .aIdt1Dysp D la tel.student Mr. for Remington-Smith a rumber of of the Regardless of station-regardless of home in high glee. With toe\ children C-H I C. AGO ,:
or Indlrestlon. aa it Is more years $4120' '
\' called, la not only one of the most pis.tre.sing matter of growing castor beans for race. however, she gets along famously.. I Sold June 2 2-a-4-S-LI,, ": :
but one of the most prevalent -,' While Uncle Andrew and the minister -
in Florida. He 0 land of the and
'" of all present day diseases; It ..' commercial purposes marigold, cypress June 22nd
also one of the moat difficult to treat.!!(believes that this section is especially pine. are sitting in Judgmont on a girl

and has baffled the medical profession,,':suited to the'growing of castor beans Where all bear tho imprint of fingers who has been indiscreet, Peggy breaksin

I '" for being years unable, the to most cope skirted with It specialist aucceas-i I+',and will make experiments hero during Dvne; ; upon them, to demand that theyMitch ST. LOUIS

fully. the nextfew; months. Ha promises to When writ on the portals of homo and z-.. $35.15
'J .In the treatment of
this trouble
,< la Important to quit all Injurious It'' make further explanation of his plan of hall Sold June 9-IO-.l---Limit, : I ,
its. No treatment can give ha.b.1 later. I In mythical language is-Welcome to June 25th
',: strength while violating the laws of ;
nature. And,. "Tha Master Medicine,'' 9FJla1'
t' which has proved of such great benej -'I J..HARDY WALKER WITHDRAWS. To the rich, to the poor, to tho man Cows ref
"+j fit to those who suffer from this'; J. Hardy Walker .has withdrawn of sore grief,
; certain
, for Commissioner from To tho stricken, the whaae Atlantic CoastLine: :'
propertlea, which, being purely vege I from the race : sufTring :: ,
table, are readily taken up by the sysI the Fifth District. lie writes as fol- years will be brief .
\c.,. tem aidingdigestion thereby stimulating appetiteand lows: Ten head fine milch Standard: Railroad of the South
by assisting; the 0, God of all wisdom t-n wings of the '
stomach In converting the food Into W. B. Harri Kissimmcc, Fla.:
nourishing elements that build dove for sale. Can be
up tissue / Dear Mr. Harris:-You will please cows
and nerve strength. This I. why, Push back the dark clouds that obscure -
Andes Is proving such a boon to atom-, drop my announcement' I havo
let I thy rich iove,
sufferers. 4 decided not to run this time. seen at Carson's Dairy
Andes I'rsscription: so highly; recommended And help us to kiow all our records
"Yours very truly, r rr
by T. B. Malone, 2704 Florida "J. II. WALKER." forgiven, Farm. wl
Ave., Tampa, Fla., is now on sale And living this life have a foretaste; of Apply.toJ

art Kissimmee by The Corner DrugStore )heaven.
Barbed wire cuts, ragged wounds,
,, the exclusive agents. collar galls, heal up quickly when May 13, 1916.F.. M. M ans. : M. LEE or

CARD OF THANKS. aplied. It is both healing and anti- The nutate Tbat Doss Net Aflsct The .INNarcs DR. CARSON
,.. ..I It. tonic end laxative: tttect LAXA.
setic. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per TIVK EROMO QUININE la better then ordlnarj
n, Kissimmee, Fla-, May 17, 1916. bottle. Sold by the Osceola Pharmacy. Quinine end does not our nervouenee norrinsln .
In heed. Bemtmber the lull 4
Sans .juma
; The undersigned respectfully tender .-Adv. .....k (or the slametiurc. of B. w. OROVK. ,v- a

their heartfelt thanks to the many - ---

y.j services kind friends in our who behalf volunteered during\ the fatal their pass Over through 200 cars Jacksonvillo of Florida every produce day. g ffiTiii ::::::'JaI.:::::::: A real r

illness-of our dearly beloved and de.

parted little daughter Iva. Contracts were awarded this weekat '
'.a May God in' His infinite goodness DeLand for fifty-eight miles of I/ Webster Guarantee -

hard-surfaced roads in Volusa
... and mercy bestow': his richest blessing
".\;i'i'I'l } upon these dear friends. We shallalways --- -- Defines Serviceas To be more than a mere "scrap of paper."a guarantee

j.. hold them in the must be absolute-and backed by a concern. ablo
"the of labor
teem and look upon their future ,welfare forRailroad performance and willing to make it good.. ?
.. with sincere pleasure. for the benefit of another; that

CHARLIE SIMMONS. Commissioner which'promotes interest or hap The 'General's, guarantee is not only absolute; it is,

', HAZEL SIMMONSWANTED piness." Lao';" I t backed by a ,business operating the world's,largest .

The Citizens Bank of Kissimrnee c. roofing millsand making one-third of all the roll roofing -, ti
f' S. A. BRYAN '
,' always aims to render' I I made in America. That's the guarantee behind"

I ... t. ......... ny eaaa'le'aeyfor a banking service which is especially S _

i'' The Standard Hid a.d J.nk .. the Hellraa.*xt Dr.C.rrlwle..e..ablrrt.......l.. Primary.Jmmr .. useful to its depositors '
: Co. Orludo Fla.. are paying toe .. 11*. mm*. mm-rlmm lie rrarariexrlrar sea CertainteedRoofing
....... ... ._ .
ml all .
kicbcft *: ...jmdl clients. *>
: cal price fwr Hide ..I.... .. Skint Tallow Wax Old Rope I .therefore fees tv submit Checking Accounts are in
.:. 1 Old Rap. Old Meta! Old Rubber My .
I.'. \...'. ml-rr the prop!. mmm vited.
Tire*, etc. Ship item tar railroad .fair r..sldrrallo..1all
your tmmttrrm ... .. before the
hide and and Haard.3ad..
return The largest gel Lute prompt i. IJIve the people the. betrrtlrr The guarantee i la for S, 10 or 1 S years, according to ply (1,2 >'
,. oblalaablc at all et.... "
is evasion about it-no substitute
Central Florida. Write,.Wire er Jtrd. frr .... tmrrf Im ma dlarrlavlaatloa or 3)). There no attempt" to .
Telephone. Warehouse No. 10, off any lilMd.4tm. JTJZENSBANKorKlSSIMMEE a high.soundingsomethingUjustasgood. Theresa
... Nee that tmrrr !. vtafrr at substitute for-a real You absolute
East Church. .yt-S, all nruntm. sod tollrtu for the coaralrare no ljzugrantee. get an guarantee -
..f the aabllc on CERTAIN-T .ED because the General knows that

.Ii'. Rtb.. whet Make baa a dose report by the to the Railroad v.oplr. SUPERIOR SERVICE' COURTEOUS TREATMENT I II no better roofing can be made. Its raw materials and method k kof

J NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD 4 oaaaalaM the\.oB.t.lvr .people' ratlrr the manufacture are both certified by the General's board of

sad taleat to thrabnve.. a" graduate chemists and he knows he's taking no chance in

Expels scrofulous humors from the on I prrtfully above l....ante.. your iMipporttbe ARTHUR E. DONEGAN President guaranteeing them 'to you. That's what "CERTAIN-

blood, which cause constipation, ma. TEED" 'means-uriifrJ and guar"IN". Experience has ft

,. laria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim S. A. BRYAN I PAUL K. WEAVER Cashier I proven that the guaranteethe conservative and that CER

plea, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy TAIN-TEED w ; period of guarantee.
-I'aid ndv..rtl..m..nt.!
"' on a guarantee to satisfy. _, 1I: :::::: : ;:J;::: imTlliimnii1;:::::': ::::"'';; The roofing felt, as it comes bone dry frorn thc' rollers, is i

u_ r given a thorough saturation of a special blend of soft asphalts, y

I- the formula of the General' board. of expert chemists. It is i

TRADE MARK'RCGIjTCRCDPHOSLIME then given a harder coating another blend of asphalts.

This keeps the inner' saturation soft, and prevents the dry

Your Social Standing ing-out process so destructive to ordinary roofing. Roofing r

is impervious to the elements only so long as the asphalt
saturation lasts. CERTAIN TEED retains its soft saturation -

Demands Engraved CardsWE TORNATAL and is in good condition for:years after: the harder,drier

kinds have become useless.
HAY - -4 ,
HAVE ADDED A NEW CERTAIN-TEED made in rolls:also in slate-covered shlngka '

LINE OF ENGRAVED I "That this PHO8LIME finely' ground and applied to tbs soil will,l.ld to th.plant There U a type of CERTAIN-TEED for every kind of building
xactly .. much pho.phorlc acld.. n..d.d. .mna that the balance which U actually with flat or pitched roof, from the largest sky-scraper to the smallest -
Calling Cards soluble In solid water,will remain In the toll permanently onrlchln- It for the succeeding residence or outbuilding.CERTAINTEED .
Stationery, ; crop., which assertion has been fully verified .by the dI''I'ff.enf'' as-rlcuittre
Wedding Invitations Birth Cards stations which have tried It." \ U sold by responsible dealer aD over the world, '

IMMEDIATE DELIVERYPrices at reasonable price Investigate it before-you decide on any t.JJIO'. t

Announcement Cards F. O. B.' PhosHme, Fla., In Bags of roof.General Roofing Manufacturing Company I I&hiji.

. in the latest and on the
Engraved styles Worlfm,ewat tfammfootmnn of Roofing aalf BoWt.P.vgZ.sean

finest of card and. paper. CAR LOAD LESS THAN CARLOAD ..y... .ChUav rUaP ......... ,Stl.... ...... Clndlal it:
po l' .arolS .o....- talesl.wOr}... 1 1Oegydsni.d
1. ASK TO SEE OUR ,SAMPLES I $9.00 Per Ton I $10.00 Per.Ton 1.'a' H_a... ,. 1' 1". ,
.&ooADa Maaal nrtm Q*.
w Prices as low as consistent with;this high Ylgti.alfal i{

class of. work. WRITE fOR BOOKLET Certain-teed Roofing, ff ';

r -d Kissimmmee 'Valley Gazette Florida Soft Phosphate & slime: ,Co. U sold br'the1: >. 4. t

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The Kissimmce' Gazette draw the color fine; that it vat all right for him to 1 : The'Tucker Company will'not ..11. give or fur. ;. .. . . . .o..o ..o..O..t..O..O..O..1.
hit aversion the ,Orangeman : nito :
show to by refuting to current 'to any person or corporation within
...,, even spread the color on a contract job; the loyaltyto I the corporate; ,limitt of the city ; SAID ABOUT KISSIMMEEAND

.. ty\'. ......... ." .......T.titmmlm. the ould sod was far above the contract price that I ,#Jt.i u agreed and understood that. the. Tucker 1 I
11. .I... !. Taller Uwwlt. .. ..... eq 17a. was .to>> be paid? Would be? Ye -he would--(Company acquire no interest whatsoever in the OSCEOLA COUNtY J:1''

f' pot. Just like that."That't ,city plant or its wire, poles, etc The Tucker Com- .
A. B. HAnillt AMP:H. O. VANS A G NEW, .
'the way I look a.t the matter. The man pany, however is given lief to u.e said city plant , . .\ - . . . -
... .
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I ri a. k 11AIOLE. Ealbr Manager.s.b.ert.U. OOOOO.OO..obOOOOO.OO Deot090000000009000g'90'9
....-- who does not care to follow instructions as to his in use of accident 'it* own plant
'. : .. Rat_. I work '!should give due notice to hit employers, and. The contract i i. not assignable and cannot be Plan have been completed for the r OSCEOLA COUNTY PROGRESS. ? !'I

; Ot Cop?. On _..-......................+.-. u.o} i as soon at hit successors are 'duly elected, and in- I transferred to any other" company or shooting tournament at Kissimmee and ,I| Captain Levin R. Farmer, of Kissimmee ,:
Months ...:.. ............ 1.00 pertont.If
\ 'On Vn. Cop Copy.'Six Thre. Months.-...-.._-........_... '.TIAH ttalled' quit the job-biff I Just like that. It it the' Tucker Company becomes bankrupt of the .program.Is'out--Florida Grower; ', Road, ;Supervisor:! of Osceola' '
,, well to. ever cultivate that noble principle of. teeing insolvent? the contract maybe, terminated by the --0- ',county has already reached Deer Park -14
t communications, except from our authorised, how'well orders 'may' be, obeyed. That is all there. city. The first brick road officially complete with the clearing and grading gang T
I ..Rejected rr..pondntk matter, mutt will t>.a not lcnd b. returned by the writer.unle. called, ii to it. \ I the majority stockof the Tucker Company tIf between the city :-of Klssimmoe.,of forty-five men', t.I'- starting, point J

r *_.' "Mnd'you,- I'm not blaming'' Sam lot jumpingthe '. passes into the hands of persons who are not bona and the Orange county line.-Florida I being I St. Cloud. Capt. Farmer acquired ,'I::*

I KI..lmm.. job. That hit business. He didn't believe I fide residents of Osceola county, the city may ler-' Grower, i considerable fame In his county' :V
: Yt..coid: cliff:matttIr jofeo. In .Florida that a certain'.ndidate for congressional honors minate the'cOlllract at once. -+- a successful: : road' builder. using. zi

J wat worthy the petition? con-te-quent-ly he Peferfed I I This contract at briefly outlined, gives the city The Kissimmee growers will build'anew convict labor at such. a, small cost that ";,
FRIDAY, MAY 19, '1916. .. to pound rather than to praise. ,If the position (:I the better part of the bargain at every ,an IeThe packing: house this summer and n his report on the clearing and grad '.'

r-, held was' contrary to the policy of the paperand -. Tucker Company it bound by its terms and the city Iis I the directors are at present 'looking ''ing- 'work on the St Cloud-Deer Park 'I, : ,
o Vote for Tucker I calm argument could convince neither of the ; i always safe with itt own' plant ready for oPer.- over plans that have been submitted.They . section, the cost per. man per day .. :;I|
Fallacy jof the views thus possessed-the only wayto tion. favor a thrt'Q- ara-Jy house. shows' less than fifty cents. Many com- : I

1 t -:u----': get round the blockade would be for one or the Now then since we find the contract |to be a Last year this association shipped 45- plimentary comments have been made '.

That, meant "bulkhead the lake". ,other to quit. In |hit case it was Sam who quit. safe one from the standpoint of the city and since 000 boxes, and' were. so well satisfied throughout the state on the complete ..

i, Wade : : means: what tieHe" "That it the 'whoh: thing in a' cocoanut "thell. !it it desirable from the standpoint of encouraging that they promised to sign up vary: reports on the total cost of the work "
talks he
When i nearly all Osceola county for the Ex :dons by Capt. Farmer and, also art the. '
u Sam it all right; but. like most of U.. he hat queer I industry the question arises: "Will it save the city \ .
..)'.. change.-Florida Grower. form of of organization he uses to get
ideat-at lime And he it a hustling good newspaper I any money? 1
*, - i-- man all the lime." I Figures prove that it will. t"Ki.r.lmmee 'his good 1 results! in handling convict:
undertake the
hat practically promised to .. .. It last growers will erect their labor profitably to" ,the ,county. Bre-
the 13596.46
city to
bulkhe.d'propo.ition if he sell the city contract. year operate own packing plant before the next- vard .might profit considerablyby ',J
county t
RID :THE CITY, OF MOSQUITOS.Until the plant This includes only the cost within theplant
--;;: I' -; these words -:- and not outside I linework which" will have to packing season; opens" declares the employing convict labor on her "J
1 Hit remark was made in exactly : Kissimmee Valley Gazette. The first roads and by securing Capt. Farmer
few months it the boast be .
a ago Was proud performed by the city just th same under the ,
I will be in
"Jf'thii thing goes through. a positionto of Kissimmee people that this city was free frommoiquitos. Tucker contract. In other words this itlhe pro- year of the Kitsimmeo- Citrus Growers' I to install his system of economically 'J
do the' bulkheading for you J Associrtion which is affiliate with' handling this class of' labor. '
And the boast was well-founded upon duction cost as figured from the accounts of the I
*"-' fact. ,plant- Here it saving of 359646. the Florida Citrus Exchange, has been i In this connection it might be wellto '1

There it. a man,in Indiana who certainly selected However, in the last few months! mosquitot have I It it believed a that a general superintendent highly satisfactory all concerned I remark that Commissioner Platt of :

a business 'to suit hit name. He bears the euphonious been prevalent in ever-increasing numbers. The' would have to be employed to look after the city't and the result is that plans are now I the Third district has nckod: for sug8tons -- 'I!

i: cognomen ot .Odor and he is manager of resultant query hat been"Why"? I interests and( "his salary, $1.500 per year, must be maturing to have anew packing house, ?
r- Numerous theories have been advanced at the deducted, leaving saving of 209646. the property-of- organization. "The. keeping the road in pt'pnlr-after they
a fertilizer factory. We venture the further assertion I exact location of .proposed buildingand I have been built. So far no one has volunteered
cause for the presence of the mosquito. All of i But this is not all. The city plant will not be '
N t f that his initials are B. A- D. them have had tome merit- We believe, however I in operation and there will be no machinery expense its general( dimensions and equipment any advice on the subject. ,;

9i ,-'" Polk county itusing. clever publicity in the that' the greatest breeder! of mosquitot it the open in the way of repairs and additional equipment i I are details that have not as yet Why would it not be a good [Ian for '
w. campaign to carry the good issue. Here storm sewer. Others agree with ut in this contention to be purchased to replace that which is worn I been fixed." adds the Gazette, "but it : every' citizen who knows just What a I>" .

/ t I't are two of the expression being used as newspaper and many more will do so. if they will stand out. The only means of arriving at this saving ]I' is understood that all will be arrangedand coutny commissioner should do, :to advise J
P' readen1f: you want to know if good roads area i the work done in time for the new the public through the county
any evening on a street corner just over one of'these is through the experience of other and especially !
1* good thing, ask a horse and "No town looks., and watch the battalions plant to handle the busin-ss of. the press what he should do? What do
gratings hungry of
experience Expert appraisal
open experts. com- [
r'a good to farmer when he has to"kill hit horse to'' coming fall and winter.: Florida ,q)
a you think, Mr. Citizen: is the best! thing-
of mosquitot launch forth upon their* nightly panics, who'e.timate the value ot machinery in big' ,
1 \ \ get there. search for human blood. industrial plants figure the life of machinery at ten Times-Union todo ?Melbourne; Times j
I : : I We should like t to to the sanitary In other words, deduct .
'r The of Florida:;: whole ( the suggest committee years. they ten per cent ,
press regrets of the city council that arrangements be of the cost of machinery for each year's use. TIe "(o"o
of General Law editor of the Barlow
I resignation as made to have these sewer openings treated to a present value of the plant is 50000. according to :
Courier-Informant. Hit faithful and efficient ,
service generous supply of crude oil at regular periods during the estimate of the city officials. If it is operated !
during the many years past have placed him I" Letters From Our Readers I
in the forefront of the ranks of Florida journalismand the summer months. This is the practice pursued five years without any machinery being replaced, :
in many of the cities of \die; state with ex- according to these appraisal companies It would .

nounce it it his a retirement.distinct lost to the profession to an- cellent results and we believe that it will prove its be worth $5.000 less each year, or $25,000 in fixe _. . . ._____ -....-. - . ..........UU'LJu..Ju.... J'Y'Y'. .",._._. . .,'._..._..._.... .....o_ .4.r_ 4_;'
effciency here also. years. These same appraisal companies figure that
-'- It might not be a bad idea to also enforce an machinery not .in use. but kept in running order, I THE ST. CLOUD ROAD- and that the passage; of vehicle would
: a Don't forget when you go to the polls on June j Editor Gazette not break it off
+ ordinance, if there is such in the city code, or pass'one depreciates only two per cent per year. In other |
6th second choice in in
to vote your every race j jwhich.there if there it none, requiring all persons to keep words, if the city plant it not used for this periodof I sea by the St Cloud Tribune that i I am informed that ii Lake county
than candidates. You'' '
a are more two their premises free of open cans, tubs or barrels in five years it will be wor 'only $1.000 less per the County Commissioners have advertised I thy had similar experiences until the
wouldn't home and fail in second
stay to vote a i,which water stand. Stagnant water it the $5.000 less five Here then it a1 wiser head ad\ic prevailed.' I
may year or in years. for bid for the constructionof I
primary under the old plan. When fail to casta
you 'breeding place of mosquitot and too great precau- saving to the city in machinery of $4.000 per year. (I It was the recital of my ob er\a- .
second choice ballot in !
refuting to vote the Sand Asphalt road from hireeast
are :
you tion cannot be taken to 'place being'left $20,000 for the full period of five the tions that
, prevent any or yeas ; prompted our committee to j
the second primary for the preferential ballot lakes nine feet wide with cement: curb,
+ wherein these be brought into being. of the contract.So adopt nmlvoted 'j 1
pests may length our petition txc presented
the place of the old time second primary. or fifteen feet without curb.
I Oil the sewer openings and eliminate the open | that there really will be a gross saving of on and carried by the voters .
SJt -lIThe and the of Mr. Mosquito will if it In my several trips to the northern Wo know if .ft
receptacles superintendent that the outlinedby
; pretence 7396.46 per year, or a employed plans 0 it!:<
Lakeland remarks that "The Saturday '
; states sine this matter has 'been be-
be leis noticeable I of $6,096.46 committee
a net saving per year. our are carried out, the
; Evening Post carried $300.000 worth of advertising . fore the public, I have taken a deep interest -
. We believe this saving and the further fact that road can be constructed with the money .
V in the last week't istue. The money was I TUCKER CONTRACT A GOOD ONE.J. the encouragement given enterprise it worth an incalculable in the subject, and collected all voted, and be satisfactory, but if
paid by what are supposedly the shrewdest and the information I could ,.
and am convinced "
of the
the road .
-:- turn warrant approval con- quack doctors and imaginary nostrums -
t most successful] business men in the country, but I Wade Tucker believes in Kissimmee.He tract offered by the Tucker Brick Company and we that while cement or stone curbis are experimented with, there is .

:, who are in reality dam fools, at we can prove by it investing $20.000 or.$25.000 in the erection urge the voter to cast their ballots in itt favor. i necessary to a brick road, it i Is not no telling what will bo the result. We _+

numerous merchant princes who have built up a I of a suburban home north of the city. Mr. Tucker ha a plan to bulkhead the lake if only a superfluity and worthless extravagance certainly have no objection to a fifteen "!

business which pay .,them at high at $12.75 aweek He it president of the Tucker Brick Company this contract is approved in which the -increated but an absolute, injury to 1 toot-road if it can be constructed within ','

and neither.who 'didn't** waste no no advertisement ,which hat located its plant hereHe it also headof electrical capacity of his plant will figure He i is a a Sand Asphalt road.I I the bounds as Indicated, but are

the Everglade Cypress Company whose plant business man of tact and experience. He, can have carefully compared the insults opposed to, spending a cent more if it
VWOBVW f- j it now located at Loughman. This company owns finance the plan and we want to tee him given the under similar conditions; of can bo avoided.
;+ '" Free Holder of Kitsimmee should remember large tracts of timber land, which are as'near or encouragement to go ahead with his progressive roads constructed of sand asphalt with I stand ready to produce a party who _

t that in the election to be held on June 3rd to apol'nearer to Kittimmee than Loughman. !It it not unreasonable ideas to MAKE KISSIMMEE GROW. both curb, anif without curb, and briefly will furnish bonds to construct the: ,'...

prove or disapprove the proposed contract with the to suppose that this timber may be pre- srLErS I a few of my observations, will somewhat road according to the plans adopted by ; '

Tucker: Brick Company there are many things ,tow pared for market at the mill of' the compaD7inKiasimmee. .. ...DRIVE OUT THE TILL ',: (, elucidate,i. ( \ v',',, 5} the committee as petitioned and votedfor ) \ 1''
consider betide the important saving of' :
tome fl rata
> : Following a heavy fall of by the voters districtfif the "
$3000. to $4000 per year in the cost of electric current He hat practically promised 'to undertake the Every tick of the clock meant 'a step on the way where,the cement curb has been contracted party Is given unreserved control and

and water service. This contract will enable bulkheading of Lake Tohopekaliga if he is awarded Every tick on a cow meant the cow has to pay. it was undermined by the flood authority to employ the party's choice<< s
the-Tucker,Company to erect an electric plant of the proposed contract to tell electric. current to Pay in dumb misery from ears to her hock; and fell ,over: to\ the outside vehicles ..f help, and construct the road 'to the
ti unlcent magnitude to operate itt own plant and the city' of Kittimmee. She pays for the itck every tick of the clock. running close to the edie had broken entire satisfaction of three: disinterested -
' others. it is not unreasonable to suppose that Mr. i All of these things Wan the spending of money Florida Grower. of lather large pieces cf the sand as fair minded mono
Tucker: figuring on the "othert"coining.. in Kitsimmee. I phalt. An examination of these pieces F. F H. POPE,

-: I They mean a pay roll a thing for which our Eradication of the cattle tick i i. becoming the showed that they were friable,., and St. Cloud, Fla., May 15, 1916.

THORNDTKE ON TRIPLETT. ,merchant have been clamoring for many yean. live topic of discussion among the cattlemen of, Ot could be broken in the hand while -

-'- I They mean other and larger industries, for with I]' ceola county: the premier cattle raising county of nearer the center, the texture: of the LINCOLN'S FIRST DOLLAR-
That humorist of the Florida press. Editor'''.cheaper power the city will have more to offer con- Florida. surfacing was firm and contract. This
'How He Earned it Elatio.t
Thorndyke. of the Palm Beach Post carries off the j cerns which seek locations for factories. It hat\ I Practically every raiser of cattle in the country I somewhat mystified me, until one of I With and the it t

palm for the wittiest expression regarding the recent ;been history that one enterprise. of this character it now interested the' movement and another year i the overseers tcld me that with' the Brought 1 It.

explosion and resignation of Editor Triplelt. of the attracts othert."Encourage. may tee the entire county placed on The. U. S. governments -j curb it was unavoidable, as the ouUr ",r
St. Cloud Tribune. Thorndyle writes at follows: j industry" hat long been- the motto free list part of the roller whae cn top of the When he was about eighteen years

"I notice that my old friend Sam Triplelt. who .of cities which are progressive. Great interest it being shown in the conference curb could not compress the mixture old Abraham Lincoln, who, as he said,

Las made the St. Cloud Tribune all that it ever was; Then if the contract which Mr. Tucker offers I'of cattle men to be held in Kissimmee at the Gray- next to it as at the other end of the belonged to tho "scrubs," people who .

sad maybe all that it ever will be, it receiving several I'the city was nothing more than to furnish currentat stone Casino on June 8th. Dr. E. M. Nighbert. of roller where the compression: wasgreater. owned no slaves and not much of any- j

. .. gallon of adulation in the press of the state a price equal to the present cost of production :the Bureau of Animal Industry. U. S. Department When the roller was run on thing else, built a raft 'to carry some ::
became he insisted upon resigning hit post at editor 'there would still be an incentive for voting that of Agriculture will address that meeting and as the inside of the curb and near to it, I produce down the river to sell.

? rathe than obey the will of hit employert andnup- I',contract But the contract at we have interprettedit. announced in the news column of this issue. he the roller compressed the mixture sur- I While he was looking at the workof

port for an important ffice a man to whom the after careful study not only offers the currentat will show the life history of the tick by the use of ace below the surface of the top of the his hands and wondering if he '

editor had an uen oa. a lower rate but give the city the benefit of motion picture films' This illustrated lecture of Dr. curb and displaced I it outward, from could better it two men came down to .
"But why all this notoriety for Sam? He's all every condition. Nighbert it expected to lend further impetus to the the grade line, and where the roller the ..hore'and looking over tho several .

right at a newspaper man-and I know it. No manU Read the contract among the legal advertisements movement in this county and it it believed that a ran upon top of the curb it compressedit small craft there, picked out Lincoln's
better acquainted with old taurus: no man better of this issue. Study every item. It it written definite plan will be formulated at this meeting for out of shape below grade. Where small boat and asked if he would take '
qulli&ed to throw it; but it should be bourne in in plain English and free from entangling clause concerted action. the surface of the sand asphalt was them and their trunks out to the big

mind that a hired man is but a hired man-no matter Briefly summarized the contract provides: The eradication of the tick from Osceola county below the surface of the curb there 1 steamship coming down the river

how good clothe he wear And any man who The Tucker Brick Company agrees to furnish would be the greatest forward movement ever was collections of mud, and detritus, there being no wharves in that local-: :s., '

cannot comply with the desires of the man who itfurnishing electricity to the city to the extent of the present made for the cattle industry the largest element in which made it detract from the better ity. ( .

e him with his butter and bread-with aLit capacity of the city plant-one hundred and ninety- the prosperity of this section. looks of the other ,part of the surface Lincoln sculled them out into the,1

a of 40c bacon thrown in as a dessert once in a five kilowatt. The tale of this current to the consumer It has long been contended that with so much and disagreeable to travel. He kindly river and put them and their trunks t

; while-.hould either finish shaving or wipe the still remains in .the hands of the city. "open range" In the'county the eradication of the communicated much other informationto aboard steamship at the last minute .

lather from his face- The' Tucker Brick Company agrees to install tick would be impossible. Dr. Nighbert declare me that I highly prize. He informed reminding them that they had forgot- ,

, "If Sam Triplett wished! to "have his house such new pumps at are necessary to conform to the that such it not the case. A copy of a letter written r"n wher I might see the result of the tan to pay him. Each man then threw '

;,!, painted-alwayt provided that he had a thing of rules of the Southeastern Underwriter Tariff Association by him op this subject it printed in connection storm 'on a road where no curb had him a silver half dollar. ;

SI that description-and engaged a man to paint ityellow to be.paid for by the city in five installment- with the newt item referring to the meeting to beheld been used, but where the border had "I could scracely believe my eyes," ,;

jet plain, unadulterated tort-of-an-orange. The Tucker Brick Company agrees to furnish here and it should be read by every person been butressed as asked for in our petition said Lincoln in relating the occurrence J

without-any-frill yeller: and! if, after the contract current necessary for the operation of these water who is interested in the progress of Osceola county. with sand asphalt, to double the "You may think it was a very {
wa let and the man commenced the work It was pumps in addition to the current at above mentioned We want to lee some plan formulated at the thickness of the surface. The wash of little thing, and in these days it i;
't .,.. learned] that the painter was an Irishman the total cod for all this service to be $10.- meeting here looking to the eradication of the tick the flood had underminded the border seems a trifle, but it was a most '

000 per year for a period of five year from the county and we believe that with Dr. Nigh at several places, but the surface was important incident in my life I could ..::--J
shadeand If any greater amount of current is needed to bert' advice it will be accomplished. holding up, apparently unmovable. Itried'to scarcely credit l it that I, a poor Bby, .

mean the house) of a green tint I'm betting that supply the demands of the city during the life of The laving in mortality of the cattle and the break off a piece by jumping had earned a dollar in less than a day; l

y, S this,tarn Triplett would stalk right uP' to the color- the contract the Tucker Brick Company agree to increased pound of beef which will result from on it- While there some of the road that by honest work I had earned a I j
'sS 'spreader and'shriek: furnish it at the rate of four cents per kilowat. or the complete,eradication of the tick will morV than officials came along'and had a workman dollar. The world seemed wider ,and ,

1 i !*.'See here. you dod-gatted descendant from the half the prevent rate charged consumer pay ,the cost! of the campaign in one years tale. strike it with a pick at several fairer before me. I was a more hope
bill of Kilarney-you misanthropic mikelangelo\ The Tucker Brick Company agree to keep 'the Why then should we wait? Now U the time to rid places. without displacing any part of ful and confident being' from that j

)"tMI'J' creen-gratt-tjaiaboo-whaddcryoumean? I present plant,of'the city in fint clam condition during our county of the cattle tick and we believe oar it. The workman said, 'iff you want time."-Mew. York Herald. '

Mid! yaller with an orange shade-and here,you're the life of- the contract stock men are progressive enough to see that action that,off, yon will have toldo it with a '..1"
going to work; and) making me a greenhouse when ., The' City of Kittimmee it given the privilege is i taken ,at once. cold chisel struck with a (ledge." Senator C. A.Stadler has started =*
rt. J never roved a crowing thing D snub life- except ot' eDewai of contract for a period of time eoatin'genrupon' .- t ; A few day later I a actually saw inch clearing and will put down n 'alx- !!!\

a jackpot I Either 7011' get that the, color I want itocquityer the time needed for the Tucker Company . A lot of people make, a noise, but oalr a few an workmen: near the center of the surfacing farm artesian well on his 400 acre '
S.. T -- jobf( V ';? "c. t. complete the cutting -45,000.000 feet of ever heard.! cutting a block as the workman In. near Ft. My. n. .;(
I \ >'. -Aint' that erboot the'.way.U'J U.itA.d: ifthe timber, such time being estimated to be four )'eArs. -' .'- dicated. X did not see that experimenttried The view public-school building- at .4 II

feller':/quit would Sam write']J a nice,twoSoolum This privilege, be il, noted ii given the city and! If yon will !laugh today: tomorrow you may forget on the edge, but I am confident Hallandale will be commenced. this
eulogy eying that it'' was a 'fin* thing to need not be taken, advantage unless desired.I I stoat, Brach that I ooold not break it with'my hand?! week. S


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il : : on GUN M'1 less 100 than shooters a dozen faced occasions the traps more and than in '1 : "i*. ..

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i. j .. . .. -. 100 men on the firing lino. .5..! .Treasurer'sBalance Warrants WarrantsOuUUndtnir Z!.OuUUndtnir OuUUndtnirJune: .2''.".."...f. 'C..a'g:: ti '" 'i' "1 1Ill 1s , 3 g a oar sa;
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16 NEW TRAPSHOOTING CLUBS property of the individual shooter, it I 1.061 01 7* 60 164 II 470 00 10 101 U __.___1 ____._ e0 14 66 4 {Z'0 SO *
that there will be at least won the first American Amateur Trap.hooters' 4 1.011 II S 00 IU U IU,0 r 114 761 17T llh ______ -_.___ 10-00 111 /. --- -- ,11 71 a 1i Isis 55110$ 5
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three tournaments for It. proficiency Si I lit 70 S6 T.0- 400 as u s !o 1 ci // '
.d Sixteen trapshooting: clubs, organ. When the Interstate Association al awarded west of the.Missippl. He 'lt'141 58------------3- - 48 114t 00/$617/ iiUifriffi. s* cot; oo io00117 tr tai 1.1. ii-ti? ,. .'531111,_ ._ to

'1;" lied! since the coming of the new year I hit upon the idea off/ giving cups to shot his aeries over the traps of the REPORT Or SCHOOL FUND OSCB10LA COUNTY. J
have been presented with sterling silver and for rebuilt Blue Rock Gun Club, of San Jose, of

?i''' : trophy cups by the Interstate Assocfation new clubs,organizations it did a wonderful thing for which he is president, and turned in CORN EAR A WORM VERSATILE IS ENEMY t4cheol Fund and SD cttai Ta.of the 8ehool .District Fu DI.bu..m..nte. with II&lano.of.. the the Oeneral .

'., ;I for the Encouragement ofri the future of trapshooting. these scores: 89, 42, 43, 41, 44.. 41, 43, of ending.a..ragt.D outstanding M and statement, I. hereby of assets and Ilabt ties. for th. pep' :J '
Trapshooting during: the past few 42, 41, 38. In 1915 Anderson won the Chapter61l1i.Law. ':l.lICr: under the p..oyl.lon. ot
a weeks. FIFTH CHAMPIONSHIP championship of the Blue Rock Club, Th corn ear worm, aliao the false OBNKRAI." SCHOOLWUND.. KNOTT. Comptroller

." Four of the new .clubs are situated WON BY WHITE'S and the Gilbert cup, also. For this bud worm, alais the cotton boll worm,I Treasurers. b.lan""r July let, ItlS ----_________ ', '5.11t T.If
..!. "d in Iowa, two in Indiana, and one each trophy he broke 98 out of 100 targets. I alias the tomato fruit worm, al'as)' -oh, Warrant nlf July lit, 1815 _IIIIIIIII , 'SOI 1?
'I After leading the Philadelphia Trap what's the use? H contrives to pro- Deficit 116 __.__. '
Illinois New York, Minnesota, cf'.I:1t: ---------- I11.4IS II
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Maryland, Kansas, West Virginia, Shooters' League tournament duringthe The proficiency medal race of the duce from five to six: generations in a Supt Public In.fructlon. Kxam. fees_______________|
\ From the aliases it NotM and borrowed money __ _ ___ lIOnUeo
. Michigan. Ohio, Tenneusee and Del entire season, the Lan daie team A. A. T. A.has brought out some unusually year, anyway. Comptroller: Tax Redemption* _n ,_._ .- ? s
faltered in the final match and was Tho fololwlng will be een that it is not at all finical Tel Co. Taxes .._._--__" 'SJ ii
f' ; aware. high scores. One Mill School Tax .__"ii""l: :
The clubs are: defeated by the Whites. Victory for members during the month of April about food. In fact it can accommo- Tax Collector: Tax. _..-.__._-. Tils l.TTS 14 10

.I Goldfield Gun Club, of Goldfield, Ia the Whites also gave them the league ,shot through 50-targ programs with date itself to almost rny conditionsand KlHp.lmn.pp City Poll$1_.___.__un.n_ 1.oso bO 14
for broke six proceeds to make waste on any Pol(1 HlKh School .__ -_____
Prairie City Gun Club, of Prairie championship, they : more perfect scores: C. T. De Ville, Sodus Ftefurid! on In.urance _unnn-u,__ __ ___ __ ______ R 10 10 I I
in the nine matches than did cultivated plant that is handy.In _______-__--____-__ -- 2
f'': !' City, Iowa.Gladbrook. targets 'Point, N Y.; II. Bradley, Hartford, on Interest "_____'___
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Gun Club, of Gladbrook. the Lansdale shooters. They finished Conn! ; B. Simmonds, Garden City, spring it attacks the bud of corn - 401 4R4TT .l
wtih the same number of points, 17 Kan. Rees Talbottom, Oxford, Ind.; when corn is about knee high. Here ia Making net -. ___ __ .U.OU..L
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Milford Gun Club, of MilfordIowa; each team having lost one' match. With O. N. Ford, San Jose, CaF.\ ; T. where it gets the false bud worm ah.i. of Teachers ____n__--_____*ii.! *ic
the teams tie away on points, targets N. Y.' L. S. There is a true bud worm but it is con- Purelinn.tof School Lots _------..-- Jo 00ew .-
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1 Winchester Gun Club, of Hopkins ,, \ Itulldln". _______.__ __ ; !!
decided the issue, and as the Whites West adn R C. Kerschner, Rochester, trolled by the same treatment recommended K.paltH.. to Buildings--,nnh.un_________ ___. 'uu-2.fl9H 109 PO 119 1 1I
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totaled 14 in the final this "alias worm" hereafter. -- - -- |150 7O
, Browns Gun Club of Clinton, Ind. more targets N Y. The lastnamed'two shot per- for ApparaluH ..--..-- - ..-. _. igg 9}
fr.. Cullom Gun Club, of Cullom, 111. match'than Lansdale, all honors wentto fect scores twice. While it feeds on the silks and V1"Iurance . .. .._ -. _.:- ::-_. 154 T(,

,' c Rensselaer Gun Club, of Rcnsse- them. Shooting in a young hurricane that keni-ds it is k,.iown an the corn ear Janitors_ -----:::- -- --..---.-..--- 20 09 00 oiEurl :>

The DuPont team, of Wilmington, worm. Another generator: becomesthe -- -- -_-__._-__ __ 17 uo
laer, N. Y.Detroit drove many shooters to the clubhouse: Free !Rooks i --" 10 49
Lake Gun Club, of Detroit, Del., broke 4070 out of a possible O. N. (Bobby) Ford, the California cotton boll worm about tho time Loans IncUlf utnln( Warrants for Schools Isvued -for) _. _nnh-----n-----u-___ 0000 970 00 DO r
Mich. 4500 targets in the nine matches- wizzard. finished his firot A. A. bolls sctIt is responsible for many !Salary of Superintendent _-.__ 865 00
l'" Aberdeen Gun Club. of Aberdeen, seven more than the Whites and 13 T.trap A medal race over the traps of dropped and deformed::: tomato fruits Traveling Per Diem: ; and Expenses Mileage of Board 8upt _-:_-_... Ito ig oo so
" and in later feeds fall Commissions of Treasurer ._ '
mono than Lansdale-but could do no generations on 191 15 ;
,; Maryland the San Jose Bluo Rock Gun Club with Incldenlula for Board and 8upt _._ aOl IS
Club oft better than third place because the beans, peas and other crops Printing _.-.. __ .._ IK 2& '
Wichita Trapshooting the of 479x500. Ford'sscores -u-- -- -
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" : Bxpenaes of Examinations __,___,_, _
Since the latter dependent S4 l&Intpnsl
} Wiclfifea, Kansas. shooters had a couple of bad days. The for the ten events constitute a generations are .-- -__._- ITJ ES
: Whitmer Gun Club, of WhitmerI' tots Itargets broken by the DuPont record that no shooter East or Weht, on the earlier to a great extent CHnnlnir All Other Club Expenses Expenses--wi-_.-_r_-__._..____ no ice 00 51
, West Virginia. team is a new record for the league, has yet equaled. Ford finished his it is advisable to take some con- Expenses trip tp Tallahassee __._____ 615 00- 253X1 SOMnlance

: West End'Guh Club, of Muskegon, which for the first time ran with eight aeriru in spectacular f-ahion, breaking trol measures when it first attacks In School Fund December list. ISIS _ $ 5710 si
'L l Michigan. clubs. However, the average is better 98 out of the last 100 targets; and corn. J. R. Watson, ento..lologist to Warrants Outstanding December list, 1916 -_,___ 4.IT1 TSTreasurer's ',

7 Ohio City Gun Club, of Ohio City, than any previous team average in running his last sixty "tar hawks" the University of Florida Experiment Balance December list. IBIS 111(Ml OT
Ri. the league's history. This is the fifth Station, recommends one part of lead
i. 4 Ohio. straight. His scores for the ten events I SCHOOL RUN I). OKCKOL.A I'OtNTV.Heport .
S. championship of hte league by the arsenate of zinc ar.onnte to one or two .f Auets ... LI..I..... Iteeemker Slut. 1S1BA8UKTH
Delaware won
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:' Delaware City Gun were: 49, 50, 48, 48, 48, 46, 47, 45, .
I City, Del.Chattanooga. Whites since the organization was effected 49, 49.Not. parts.of air slaked lime. Quick lime: Balance Cash In Tr..ur0..nera1/' ._.1.682 07 ,
t Golf and Country in 1904. must not be used, for it will burn the Balance Cash Taxes In Treasury Special _Tax-Dlsts ..______nnnu_._._ 36109 4.ITS OT ISL'neollected ',

j.o Club, of Chattanooga, Tenn. The Highland Club, which finished -. only is Mrs. Harry Hrrrison, of plants Dust the mixture on each hill Amount due from 'i'r of tor.aJulid ii r/--------------------------------m-------- 410 00
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This giving of trophies to newly organized fourth, has the honor' of breakingthe Rochester, NY,. the first woimn' preferably in morning 151.011 t1
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gun lubs is one of the greatest number of targets in one member of the A" A. T. A. to win the dew is on so that the poison r will rim LIABILITIES.
of promoting trapshooting by match--473. The second high score bronze proficiency medal, but, Incidentally down into the buds. <.e......l Kek*.l Vm*- ';I(
I means Warrants.Outstanding for current expenses ________________-_____1 fI.111 TS
the Interstate Association, and it i. for the year was 471, by the DuPonts. in winning her medal she gave On a small scare the dusting can Notes. for.. Borrowed Money. a/id Interest SO.IOO et r
?' 1 .... one of the best ways. 'two thousand The Highland team also holds the Harry Harrison secretary of the Riverside be done with a tin can with holes in Warrants*..*.!.!Outstandlnir T.x Sehoel for Il_torrent fxleta- expenses __....-.-....... 151. '. *,;t''Y) '
dollars was appropriated by the association league record for high team score, Gun Club, a,close race for the the 'bottom. But over iarge areas a Other Indebtedness (or which no warrant. have been Issued-.__<- 711 *at.,. Ji.

. f for trophies to be given to with 485 out of 600- made on May 7, family championship. Mrs. Harrison's duster should be used. If a duster is |...U.. SI. q

the new clubs, and each trophy presented 1910. The Camden team last year total score for the ten events wa.44b6oo. not available a; porous bag, filled with School, '. H- u.e.eff sea and.I Lots Ppepevly Qeneral i._--------------------------------*-_**.'$*! se'i;.I!; .,'
y'i makes many new friends for broke 485. which w.. only: eight less the mixture,jon each end of a pole, will School School! Furnltur.w Apparatus -.-__--,.---------'"--...-...-..---------... J'OOO e9 O. ............
, l" the sport. .The trophy gives the new The season Just closed''was the most than Mr. Harrison's total for the se- make a good substitute. This device Ss rlarTaK IMatrtelaHchool --. --------r-------------------------- <'"
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.as. the trophy,most be.won th.'Lsatidal..Whlto'' ;;,match :..:.127, ,' places'< : bar at the head of the joltinr will sift the poison on the rows School Apparatus ...._ _..--.......-....-. -.-.------.-.----.--- .*** .*t, i1-i
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j .* Society Notes .if DELEGATE QUESTIONSCHEME j.>* BAND:AT CONCERT FOUR-O'CLOCK SUNDAY Pt' .M. *+4|]I OPEN ALL THE WAY Minn. "P Burke- "i7"Was Was It ally.Compleled.Sorry'.Whe

J* March, The'Ultimatum :Allen '*
(Maltic Belle Barria.Editor.) SUGGESTED BY CA.. u CITY'S PORTION' THE BRICK -
'I* OvertureThe'Sunny'SouthI: i *
CARSON OF THIS CITY TO AS Tho: enthusiasm of film producer,
I* ________-' __.._.,-.Arr. Lampe '* HIGHWAY IS NOW COMPLETEAND
all 'of tie Valley.Cazette to said item SURE FLORIDA REPRESENTATION the lure of the great outdoor with it*
Rcquert i* made t. patron I. Paraphrase, Silver Threads WAS OPENED: TRAFFIC ;

of Society Events to the Editor; for publication ia tfce e eoloms. AT THE ST. LOUIS CON.VE'TION ,* Among the Gold _?..*_..DanksO < THIS WEEK_TRAVEL BE. truly natural weenie Bettings' end aod the '
I OF THE DEMOCRATIC, TWEE=", AND' ORLANDO contrast between Bleeping 'cara! >
On*Step, Are You From 4 .
PARTY IS ADOPTED.The : IS 'HEAVY. hotel! and the bungalows private
u Dixie __ .... ,_ ..__ ; Cobb *
I 0.. o. 0 I I 0 a I I a _-r' I. y! y yacht,, and fast motor cara-vrith which 1
: ; ; "The -
RosaryT '
PARTY. lHlen I Griffin, Orlandopiesided atIthe plan of drawing iota to settle Nevii leading directors endow their stars- 1.-
DINNER Kiftslfnmoe
The cities of Orlando and .
J. Selection.IL S. Pin foreuu __ .
I1x -.' 4 (I punch table. The gwsui were the who shall be 'delegates of..tha Demo 41\ thus i it explained Billie Burke' decision \
--- now connected with brick high
,* :_______ _____ Sullivan are a
will enteruin 'Mis e* Norma Griffin; Muriel Prcntis, cratic party of Florida at the.National 41, to continue In the new art in
1 Miss Carolyn Frlpp Waltz, Cecile ______-_ ._.McKee e 'way inferior to none in the. stole of
twelve of her girl friend at dinn. :Carolyn Fripp, Violet Bullock, Margaret ;' Convention in St. Louie has been Intermezzo Sinfonioo Cavalle4 lorida, which she 'has made such a successful
West ' and Mattie/ Stanford. Grace and i adopted by the candidate. for these de-but under the direction of 4)) :
at her home on : ,
tonight I sitions. ria {Rcsticana _______Mae agni 4 The portion of the highway within
Ethel Gilbert, Ada, Louise Simpson. Thomas H. ,.Ihc with the Triangle
j One Step,, Kentucky Home_,__ the city limit Qf KIssimme was com.
w Ada Wagner. Hilda Griffin/ Mary Title This plan was first suggested by C j production of "1'rgJCY'" which will be
> < __ Donaldson 4 pleted and raffic this
EXCURSION opened to
MOONLIGHT; --- ------- h ) } wecky
JiARACA rk Rathcrine Carr Mabel Overttrect A. Carson, of this city, who is a candidate seen noon at the Casino."
tl J'I
41 Finale, Suwannee, River _-____ j It is a fine piece of work and a creditto
and Maurice Bunnell. Ted Ectey: Frank for delegate-atlarge. and was Although she went, to California 'aJi
} A large crowd' enjoyed a moonlight BO'an. Paul and Don Beutcr, Tom Lesley first printed in the Valley Gazette. j 44444,44444444, 444I j the city and to the Alabama Paving I with a contract; that would appear ln> r.,.,
Company, which halt. the contract.Since .
excursion on the laks Thursdr.y night, William) :
Arnold, Bradley; Harris. It was later taken up by the Florida I itself to be. a sufficient lure, Miss
:.. th_.a/'air/ being given by the Baracn- Ned and Dick Bullock Raymond Bear- ,Metropolis of Jacksonville, and According ,I district and was the last t. replY to the road was opened traffic-/ bejtwsen I Burke Insists that it wasn't the salary .
Class of the :Methodist Sunday 5cho.l.I l. den telegrams sent out by the Florida Metropolis i the two cities has been excep-
:Murray Overstreet, Roy Carr to that paper the candidates have jat I all. Briefly, she found the contagious '
I i The proceed will be used in fitting, They "chaperoned by Mrs C W.Griffin. I all agreed to too pi ain order that / last Friday night asking that I tionally heavy f enthusiasm of I Inca! unusual after J
elaes rooms.FRIZEtLALIIKKMAX.. 'all to draw lots to who In speaking of the completion of the
up.the new, Florida be sure of representation: agree see
mar varied
', her l long and stage expcri-;: .
444 i road i the Orlando
I Reporter-Star :
should nays
CCCM'SIC be the successful The
i In the meantime when it ones. '
| : appearedthat I C! she liked the bungalow which
; "The" brick road from Orlando to len ; "
CLUB. I ;fact that the primary election! is but ,
: the might net be
of' NAlderman plan adopted, her the Catalina
fiS5 for
1 The friends her \n Kissimmee he provided on
many all the
was opened today
eight days before the. St. Louis con-
Mr. Carson resigned from the but I
visited i ; race, chartered ,
the yacht
who has frequently I Islands private -
distance the two towns having ;
The closing meeting for this season vention made it that some between; \
necessary 1\
his resignation was refused in letter !
the of her aunt, a for her exclusive use was pleasant
klmrimrm' guest
as be-n paved with brick. This should ] a.
of the Kitftimmee Music Club was held action be taken -if Florida's (
from II. Clay Crawford of representation .
will be I inctresU-d to' Secretary: and the fast automobilewell,
)Irs. .E. L. I/cley, at the Hart Memorial' Tuesday eveiiing ,State, which stated: / was- to' be assured; because, it 'be a red letter day In the history of ,i I toy ;
: i Burke's mania
Wednesday' knows Hillie
know of her the two towns, for boundtogether every one
and a charming rendered. would be impossible to have the returns now they are
program "I beg to advise that I know of
week at hvr hflmt in Ft. Pierceto you i' for turning gasoline into speed.
thi J with solid blocks of brickevlery
The president Miss MyrtilaT! ho authority for the Secretary of State i of the election tabulated in time I,i MissI '
Frizell of Chnrl.s.on.11': I I
James foot of the The road to the Wh n "Peggy" wall completed
I'-als, presided.I. and explanatorytalks for the certification of the successful way.
gave '
v..iI : to strike name from the list of
reside your i iqualified
+ ginia The young couple as the numbers were given. ,( . candidates. Osceola! county ;line was opened sometime I i I Uurke'confessed that she was sorry. :
in the latter place. ,These included vocal numbers by Muses candidates for delegates to "Pat Murphy, candidate for delegate ago. and then another link in the I i I But she returned to New York to begin .1
.. the national convention. from the stateof ( rher
t a GIVE: STIt VW RIDE. Inez 'Carson and Susie Spoir and Florida." at large, yesterdayaddressed! a communication progress was made when the Oacolu rehearsals in a new play which "f
county commissioners bricked to the i, husband, had obtained for her.Somehow' ,
< Mrs. Prentiss.; piano selections by 1 In regard to the plan theMetropolis to Attorney General Westat : I '
,. The Young People's Class and 'the MIBS Lucy Buckles and a talk on the nays: : Tallahassee authorizing !iim to Orange county line from the city limits her former enthusiasm for

4 Christian Endeavor Society of the life of Carne Jacob B/>nd by Mrs.\ ."E\ery'candidate for delegate, eitherin 'I plac-e his name among the other can-. and now the final chapter Is written the venture wan lacking. And only i
that the city council of Ki simm.'e when she had signet) a contract to remain ;
1 Christian Church enjoyed a straw ride Fnpp, who has personally known l1.'s.. the threg. districts in which there; dictates for delegate--large who had t .
Thursday evening.. A picnic upporwa Homl. A rifingotc, of thanks was. were more than, two aspirants or State- agreed to the plan. All candidates I I i has built the lap between the city1: and in the picture did her well .
of A. Mi8 Beats for her work 'have authorized the I the county brick. Hooray!" i known exuberant spirit revive She j jcouldn't
served at the country: home given durii/k at.-Larrf.has, agreed! to the drawing of now attorney general I :
; R. Jackson The young people .-ngud :!- the past .reason and the-evening close -> ': lots to see which 12 shall represent to withdraw their names. if lim-i forget -that bungalow, that
.- in a number of games before the <) with a t-ooial chat .nd refreshr.,e-its Florida at the .National 1 convention in mated in the drawing Dade county will ship over 2.>0OOO i yacht and that winged auto. The '.
'i .:, boxes of grapefruit and 50,000 boxes prospects! of sleepers hotels and <|lark
return ride to the city was t begun of punch and wafer St. Louis The Florida Metropolis this I' "It is probable that the drawing may.take |
( of oranges this season. >stages wasn't palatable.
4. C C morning heard from the last man in { place some time this week. Ii II i iI
1n'oOOO'oO.PEACOCK.Invitntionll:: !; : 'MISS I L\ri \ THOM f.\S SfRPKISKI I -----_ iACCOMMODATING
dot bt Joe Williams of Chipley, who
have l been received hero MISK I Laura Thoma- ;-
Wa plea'r.n'IsurprIed ,

; to the Benson-I'eacock. wedding, whieitake I i i Friday night when a nuiilnr sends"Chipley tf", following Ala., May telegram Ifi.-The: FloridaMetropolis. i I I II A LOT OF PEOPLE -

plare on the third of Jum- at it h< r fnneds who had nr<.viou..ty!
,, I
Jacksonville Fla.: Not desiring A lady going from home for the
Lake City when MI'K Kathleen !I'ea- assembled at the hoijiof Miss" !lan- to be the cause of our Third i day locked everything: up, and, for loaf around and bum the grocer and you who pay for what Mr .
cock becomes. the bride of Ben GordonBenson ; nne I'ann, came in to i-pcnd the evening -
Congressional district not being the grower's benefit wrote on a card:
of that rity. The wedding will The event was. i in the nature of represented Bum eat are always yelling
in the National Democratic All out don't leave anything. I ,
take place at 1'rei.bytenan: churrht farewell > Miss Lr.ura
a a
party was
convention at St. LouI: I hav executed: This the stuck under the '
at 4:30: p. m., and the hpppy couple : -acing fur Oxford Ga., to spend the i knocker I HARD TIMESThe
I power of attorney to Hon. T. F. West on the front door.
i ..will be at home to their friends at The
summer. evening.
was spent quite authorizing him to draw lots for the I Id'legatelfand On her return home she found her

"Bent Wood," Tocoi- after June SO: < informally with musical numbers! and ,'I am mailing it to him and house ransacked, and all_ her choicest I remedy is in reach trade at a I No. 1 can Roast Beef _______ ___20c i

Miss Peacock hall fn.t'luently.IIIU friends .here.<.I merry games, and refreshments of i shall abide by his action in the matter. I possessions gone. To the card on the CASH STORE and you only pay your No. 1 can Corned Beef ___ _ __20c ;
In this city and has many lemonade, rakes and candies ;
.. were "JOE W: WILLIAMS." I door was added: own bills and have money left. No. 1 can Cooked Brains, 2 for. _35c ., '
served. .
M OON: kG HT 1'1'NIC': At too party were Mism-s "Mr. Williams is one of the three j "Thanks, we haven't left much.- NI), 1 Tall Pink Salmon ______IOc '1-" '
White Salt
Ib ____ _
j Laura Thomas, ICthcl Gilbert Maurine (| Meat __ __16c
candidates; for delegate from the Third New York American. 3 glasses> Apple Jelly _______:_Z5c
Dann, Lilian Prentis 24 Ib Floor __ __
Orpha PUUbory _$1.00
Rose. 1- *
A merry crowd of young people enjoyed i- : h Crisco ______ ___25e, SOt and $1.00
Grace Wlnn Mattie Belle Harris, Ihl.l- 24 Ib Table Talk Flow ________90c
a moonlight picnic at Paradise 12 cakes Toilet Soap _________ _40c

Island on Tuesday evening r.s the guest en Bass; Messrs. Gwynne Crawford. 3 can food Con _______ ____ ___25c 3 pkjs. National Oat __________2Sc

4>f J. M. Hughes Jr., and Everett Robrts Ralph Bcardcn. Will M non Tiller, I' 15c Table Tumbler Slice Beef u_lOc Tempo Tea and dish free ________15c
Charles Persons Nelson
The trip was made on the launch"Margaret" 6 or. Peanut Barter __________ __IOc 3 pkf*. Post Toatsie __________25e

Those who enjoyed the j I Leon Estey and 4 Earl 4 Cowger.4 ., 11 Ib*. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.00 3 pkf*. Kello,,'* Corn Flakes ____25e -

evening were: Mi*. S. H. Bullock'' REEDMILLS.Invitation 7 pkf, 8 01 Toilet Paper _,.______ZSc 1 dot Fancy Lemon __________20c

Hisses Lottie and Lola Lawler, Marielitddleston j! were issued this week 8 cake Laundry Soap __________Z5 Beet.Creamery Barter ____-_____38c

Lucy Withcrspoon, Alma'' announcing the coming marriage of

Griffin, Virginia Tiller and Messrs. C. Miss Gertrude Mae Mills: daughter of I It Pays to Pay Cash '

P. Garrett, Stanley Bullock' Albert 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills, to Mr. Linn ,,

>-rden and Marion Farmer.. H.. Reed, of LtCrossc, Kansa ,.:.!/, ',! "," ',-:.,:,!:>. ',,c';',,'..',. :f'f'NWtt' ; ,'" . Premium; Coupon free ? "' . ': t'j' j- 1//;
MOONLIGHT The wedding will! take place at the ,1,1r' > 4:1; \: / :(>\ I u.,\... "' \ .". I'' ,,'
PICNIC. : ro :,, ) ... at ... .'1 i '' ''", '
, ..., '
Mills home y :': : / ; h ,. ... ,, . '
Mr. aid Mr. Claude Harper chaperoned on Wednesday evening; t us ekanine lire t': I .. : ,.""" , >" ,,'1/.. \ p

; a party of young p.ople'on ,a June 7th. The ceremony! will\ be performed *tv proim on your DanondRinrs. .,' .;TAYLOR'S: CASH GROCER .l,, .
Friday 'by'the Rev:A., M. Chisholm, they may be inseare. .
: launch ride< and moonlight picnic -' -i

_ night at Paradise Island. A bonfire pastor' of the Christian church. Miss DIAMONDS, SHOULD . 16 Stewart Avenue PHONE' 250

and picnic aupper were Included .I II'II' jau Xq papuaijw aq HIM sjiiv| ' ,
Those Miss Ethel Mills, a* bridesmaid, while BE SET Ifl PLATINUM
of theevening. -
fa Ute pleasure --
enjoying the event were Mr, and Mr*. Lyle Story will be best man. Have your rings retlppH
Lola Mills dills i* one of Kissimmee'i with platinum. IV terns
Claudo Harper, Misses Lottiend
most attractive and will be ''iaf and
With. young women Fresh
Lawler, Marie Huddlcston. Lucy Vegetables Eggs
ripoon and Alma'Griffin, MellSu. G. numbers her friends by the score their appearance ,

P. Garrett, Everett Roberts, Hughes, f Everyone of, them wishes, her a happy Improved and ButterWe
wedded Iif_.
Albert Beard!Stanley and Dick Bul-

lock and Raymond licarden.COLESGRAY: Mr. Reed is a veterinary surgeon in have added these
> I articles to our line of
a e's I La Crosse and,! the young couple will Cole Jewelry Co.

I make their home there. JJen and Optomutriitt FLORIDA AND WESTERN BEEP'AND PORK

li I Of i great interest to society in this j 'MEN'S MEETING: : GROWING.Mr. : HAMS, BACON, BOLOGNA, MUTTON, ETC I

marstage+ I Call Phone 209 for your wants
Nelson beint( absent Sunday I
M. Gray to Mr. Thomas II. Colen, in these lines.
Toronto, Canada. Simplicity was'the the meeting was Kd by Brother .iJ. .... v. "q VVti .... 4"' '- .... _

keynote of the wedding, which took Sammy" Lupfer; cubject, "Mother's iH CENTRAL MARKET
Love, and a splendid
meeting was
i place In Mr*. Gray's winter home., Only
I i richly enjoyed by those
the immediate family and intimate '
t Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockat !
friends of the couplo were present. ,'I SIr; '
the Methodist School I111f r M /
t Sunday bung! 1
Mn. Gray had with her, her sister, uHtltl1flIii __ ____
!alow.. Brother W. S Graham will load u .--- _
Mr. Dr. Allen Johnson, of Atlanta,
:the meeting his subject being "Faith",
Ga, Miss Jeannette Johnson, a niece
and. William B. McCain, a nephew. Scripture lesson, Hebrews eleventh

i TALENT TEA. chapter.Let every. one be prepared to speak { { ;I' Ii 1 filii jlJ+J4; kl !r fUr fAMILY STORE

Mr*. C. W. Griffin. Mrs. J. J GriX, on this splendid subject. Mr. Graham

,, tin Mr*. Milton Pledger, Mis. J. R.. is a new and earnest convert and is do- PEAKE & PEAKE

Bronson, Mrs. George Ovei street and ,Ing much good for the cause of Christ.

Ic Mr. II. W. Morrow were bosi''snes!' Let us encourage this movement with We now have a complete line of Baby Shoes priced. from

Friday evening, entertaining their our prr.yer our attendance and try to 50c to $1.25

: I friend at a "talent tea" at the Sunday take some ft'end' with us who n.eds
- ---
school) rooms of the Methodist church- the love of Chris' in his soul and use

During the evening charming readings every endeavor to help aid and aiclst WHEN YOU'LL NEED SHOES FOR MEN FOR WOMEN

', Y were!: randorcd by Misses Muriel Pren- in every way possible to spread the -

il*. Mabel Overitrret and Dorothy Gospel in Kissimrnee. Friends, come THEM Sweet Orr Blue Serge Pat Pumps $3,50

Well guessing contest was then out end, "let us reason together." WE HAVE Pants $6.00 ,

enjoyod and many amusing answers W. H. JONES Chairman. Sweet-Orr Gray Stripe Dull Kid Pumps $3.50 and 3.75

given. Rev. Lawler- told his famous"alligator" : . AT
; - Work Pants 1.50
story, at the urgent requestof Comfort Shoes 2.00 '-i
the guest, and Milton Pledger won GIVEN TIME TO SEED Sweet-Orr Dress and :

new laurel a* an impromptu epeaker. Bur clover will reseed itself if it THE RIGHT PRICES Work Shirts SOcto< 1.50

s A delicious'' Ice course wp.s served by i II given 'an opportunity. It will pro

the boteea. About one hundred duce"seed in a few weeks now if the DARNLESS h HOSIERY
Full Line of PolishesSMITH'S Lion Brand Collars 15c,2 for -25,
guest, were in attendance. stock are removed in time. Dr. W

'. C. Etheridge: professor of agronomyin Lion Brand Shirts $1.00, $1.25,

,CAMP FIRE GIRLS. the University of Florida College $1.50 to $4.50. 25c,. 50c and $1.00

The Camp Fire Girls entertained of Agriculture, remind farmer that S.IORE' . boy friend last Thursday eve- the stock should be i, removed' within SHQE. . ",

sting at, C. W. Griffin's former resldonee the next two or three weeks'. y I Tailoring Department

? on Church atreetwttti pretty The 'w slher has been . "
< unusually i u J I '*---
,)prty.. ?:T>. Camp Fire flow r,
.,. dAle I.., were pra/uioly. iced '(or pasturage 'nay injure the ,

\' ,de oraUhg. ,the room The time was i cloven: r It should be given'',time to < ,r'v'" '"" .- ",. THE: STORE: THAT SATISFIES ./

,;.att pent la perry game and a mock wedding I recover.If animal.*."..... aJJ.ed, to Exclusive Shoe :'Stare' '""I! .. "

1 created great deal of prt A run on'the pastor they will atot-only! 'I /: !'/ ..PHONE.. Z91.. ,, 4.: .: .116 BROADWAY

.! dainty lunch wa .rred in baikeUand keep- the plant cropped 'doee.,but 1'1. ,ti : :": _;o. ."". .... .... --" ... ..

(two. small. paws. JenotU Griffin and .they' will injure them by tramping. 1 .- I !'" : :

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THE USSIMMEE:VALLEY GAZETTE the holding' of examination at' the Miss Bertha Bryan left Saturday for ..' In Rosehill cemetery. The sym for his home in Benton Harbor, :Mlch.,.

I nesday the State Optometry 'Associa to Mr. and Mrs. Jeffords. .In then the benefit of thoso who do not know

J I Published Every Friday, By tion will hold its'meeting.Rev. ., Born Tuesday, May 18, to Mr. and bereavement -' .* that Dad was'the-succssofu. winner of WILL PREACH SUNDAYTb
, W. B. HARRIS'* B.-O..vamp AdNBW ' Mr.R. Z. Johnson, a fine daughter;. I 4 beautiful ,
' I I watch, a price, given'
'j, .S. W. Lawler left ThurM.y.toi lIexf Mr. and: Mrs-: Frank Bass, Mr. and ,
the manufactlirers of the
of tho by Key.West
Pierce Fla. Is
,M.rai rd. ,
f .00."OO .t.40tOO.OO'OO.. a meeting of the board of trustee* of Mrs. Jack Bass and twochildren, and Havana Cigar the content ended '' Rev., O. B. Fells,4he new. pastor -
i crest of her sister Mrs. R. Z. Johnson haying
Sutherland,, where' 'he went toattendSouthern -, I Ewell,Woodall are spending'aome time the first of April. Mr. Wackier will ,of the Baptist church will preach
Weather Report College.G. $? at "Camp Pleasant", near Winter Hasvon. 1 :
make several stops at;different placesen Sunday morning,,at 11 o'clock at the
. Genuine' Palm Beach dark They are'"camping: out" near '
.- G.' Crawford ')eft 'Tuo 4a; for suits route home; and expects( to arrive and '1:30'
: 'ithe I lake I ch'urcli,,. Sunday,night at .t i
while Mr. Frank Bass is
., .- Jacksonville .where he wont to attend gray; .$6.50, at,the Dollar Limit Store;jpcrintending I the* erection'of a fine resldence su-- there In about two weeks.. Mr: Weck the, Graystone.Casiuo.::

Following the commeneement'exercises at the ler was a frfvorite among.",the social
; are daily temperatures ,c. Gwynn candidate for Stato ?
there.. The other churches of the
L'\ !. and precipitation.,, as reported Florida' Military: Academy- Comptroller spent' Wednesday in KIs1slmmee | The outing is bcisg taken class, and wi'l be greatly jnistod. until cityhave)
in the hops 't> kindly to hove .
-; by Government station of benefittlng Mrs.. about the flat\ 'November, very ,proffered no j orv-
1 at Kissimmee for the week endIng M.nd'MraHoward'Kat.., who are meeting tho voter. He is trav'j Frank Bass' health.I ices at'slight, and all join in a welcome t
) itf .ding ovarithe, state by automobile and I "- /
Thursday May 1916: to the
8p ndin&-'80m. timo with Mrs. Katz' I Sam Ragsdale returned The Woodlake Farm, at .Raleigh pastor.
Max.M! Rain States that he I III recciylng'encouragement -,I Monday
Friday parents in Rolla, Mo., will remain. until j wherever'' he goes. from a'trip' to Ft. Worth .and Pallas, Florida, has shipped in ''the last four Rev. Falls comes with a ;very': fine
. I .
C "'", -.86 64. latter weeks oVer 4.000 head of Theshipments and it ia that
the. parfcof the! month. .. I Texas. He say everything is cattle reputation, hoped a verylarge
Saturday __ ...8Q.. ,62 2.30 Mrs. W. L Barber who has boon I : pros. made to' "
in Texas'and that were the Tampa congregation will greet;, him both.niornlnlr '
'Sunday __ _-,_80 61 .92. MIBS, Ada Hebb daughter of Leon visiting her 'pirent,in Omaha. Neb., there perou look with favor many people Packing! Company, Tampa. and night

Monday ... _.__88 63 Hebb of Bartow Pla.- ,is spending arrived in Jacksonville today en route I upon Florida. .. Y
;Mr. Ragsdale sang' thb praises of Florida --- -- I IOO..t"
....; Tuesday _. ___.90 65 some time with her grandmother, Mrs. to her home here. Mr. Barber met her =- --
"', Wednesday __ _91 66: George P7 Parker, and family In Jacksonville and they will returnto in general and Kissimmeo end Os- OO.OO OOOO.'OO.tO'O OO'O" O'.fO O""O.

__ __.85 57 ceola county in particular during: hU 1ADKINS
Thursday Kissimmceithl ;
Mrs. 'D. B. Francis will\ entertainat stay and 'says that a number of Tex I

Oe"06t044Q46 400000000000000 her home this evening .with a R. D. Calkins,. who left Kissimmeesome ana promised to visit this section during : & SO'NSa.

"silver tea" for" the benefit of the La- six or'eightTwee-ago h make : the next few months. I a.. .

.0000 00.00tOOOO.O dies' Aid of the Christian church. his home at Baltimore, Md., returned Frank- S. Hammbll\ who has been associated HER STTOI _

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bicknell. Paul this week. lie says that the love for
with the Graystorw Hotel here
i The Local 1 FieldFire i Kissimmee and Osceola too
Winter and Mis Heloise Williams county-was: -
since O. C. Pierce the :
management 14' Broadway next to Post Office
strong aVd. he )Just had to.come back ,
of Bicknell Ind. spent Saturday in will leave Saturday for India

Kissimmee, while\: en auto- here to live.Senator anapolis, where lie .will\ reside In the I HAIR CUTTING AND MASSAGE A SPECIALTYWe

Insurance.. See. A.. E. Drought. mobile for Tampa. Arther E. Doncgan C. B. future. Mrs. Hammcll left several

Mrs. M. Tiller spent Wednesday'an Mrs. D. B. Herrington receivedthrough McCayghen and Congressman W. J'I i weeks ago. !Mr. Hammell\ who has.1 Extend a'cordial invitation to the. public. Call and visit u*.

the Southern Express Company !Sears, accompanied by W. D. Way, been night manager of the hotel, is a .
Orlando. I
the host week 'the handsome sad-|of Orlando, drove through the country ;;gentlemen of pleasing personality and I A ".o ooo.oo' <

John S. Cadel spent Tuesday in die horse'"Kilgo. He came from the by automobile to attend the big barbecue I I has made many friends both among IBC'J,
'' .
Sanford on business. North and is a prize winner. II and political meeting at Okee- the traveling public and ho towns- I .. Y
1 .O"O o.o.' OOOHOO O'ooooo'o'
I chobee people. I
E. A. Owens and family, of Lough- Wednesday. '
Mr. and Mfs- J. R. Gilbert and I I '
I inan, spent I last Saturday in the city. Misses Ella Mao and Ethel Gilbert A jolly party composed of Misses O. H. Richards, of York, Pa.. representing

| Mildred Leo, Edna Schweikai, the Reed Company t Have You Tried Our'F i
Mfss'M. C. Bryan left Tuesday for motored to Orlando Sunday afternoon Ethel I Machinery ..'

i an indefinite visit at Green Cove to visti Prather Gilbert, who is employed 'Lee, Messrs.\ Leslie! Deglow,. Hunter 1; manufacturers of bakers' appliances '

t Springs- in the Overland garage. Djllard\ and Mrs J. M. Lee motored to : and machines, spent Monday .

I Wekiva Springn last Friday. After here, the guest of J, H. Reed, proprietor I WasliingPlan ?. :
Fat, juicy end tender meats Otis Stevens went to Lakeland Mon- F '
always enjoying a plunge in the springs they of Reed's bakery. Mr. Reed recently -
found ot City Market, 'pha-ne 44. tf day to meet his brother, W. R. Stevens -
returned"' to Orlando for supper. purchased additional equipmentfrom <
Saturday of WaOchula, and accompaniedlira
James Milliard returned lust the Rood and
; Company Mr. Richard
as'far 'as Kissimmeo en route for : Walter Huff!, a reprefetitaive of the of who have
Ask friends
from a week's business trip to At% I was on a tour of inspection. He some your ;

lanta, Ga.Miss a two week visit in Birmingham, Ala. Dupont Powder Company, passed left Monday evening for Orlando making i tell how well do '
I through the city lust evening en routeto. ,, ? They'I you we .t.
Mrs. Walter Peters and son' Jack the with Mr. Reed ; .
Lula Miller, of Lakeland, has the Florida State Shoot at Kinsiin- trip"* in the let .

accepted a position in the Katz dry who were! ", guests several days this mee. He was met at the train by his ter's car.Jacob .
store. week of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wagner friend G.I I T. Call Phone 61 and Let Us
goods J- I'Harnch and Charles (better known an Dad) Weck- .,
left for their home in Sanford Thursday .
Mrs. S. J. Souders and Mrs. T. R. !I 8tcott.-Orlando Reporter Star.F. ler, who has been spending the winter '
here, at the Westfp.ll) house I Come Get Your Family Wash ]
o Moseley went to Tampa Tuesday j, M. Mea F, who has spent the win- _ _ departed1IACHERS' <
spend several days. The Christian'churt'h will give asocial ter with his daughter, Mrs. R. M. I
at the home of :Mrs. Frances EXAMINATION.Notice :
Mrs. Fred Fee and children, of Fort Evans, left Tuesday for his home in "I '
Friday ev-snHg.: Light., refreshments I .. We Also Clean and Press ;
Pierce!, are visiting her sister, Mrs.E. will be served and a silver offeringtaken. Oxford, Ga. He was accompanied by is hereby given that on

L. Lesley, and family.. his granddaughter, Miss Laura Thom- 6th day of June, 1916- the Uniform Everything But Reputations j
' j as. They will visit Rome time in j Teachers' Examination will be held at ;
sale at
Don't miss the< towel Monday Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wagner, Misses :Gainesville and Atlanta, Ga., while en the Court House in Kissimmee, Flor
the Dollar Limit Store, 26c size for 6c,
Maude Alice and Adah andA. route. '
I ida. Every examinee is requested to
u only three to customer. W. Gustus, motored to Sanford bring ink and and a' Oliver's .
Among the out-of-town people who pen cap paper SuitatoriumoJ
y -'- D. C. Thompson, of St. Cloud, spent Monday to attend Mrs, Munson's May II,cam: to Kissimmee Monday evening fee of one dollar. Owing to the fact l

the week tnd with his parents, Mr. Musicale. :to hear Congressman Sears' speech that the primary election will be heldon

and Mrs. J. W. Thompson.Rev. Mrs. Edna Cheney and two sons, I'were Mr. and Mrs.J. L. Feinberg, S. B. the same day, the examination

Chishohm will preach Sunday Lawrence Russell and Robert Pnyton.o Bunting, Sol Wall, Bcn'Lawton, Jim will not begin until one o'clock p. m. _

: morning at the Christian church on the ( Haines- City, spent Wednesday; Delaney and Charles Bumby of Orlando All those desiring to take the exami- IJ

subject, "A Living Church." She was accompanied by Miss Maude and Charles McCrory, of De- natiop will please notify me and re- ,
iixson. Land. cel')1) I ta blank form to"be filled out. ,
Left last Saturday for, '' -
Ted Estey 1
\ C. E.:
,: Winter Garden where he will spend Rev. W. H.- Ball and his aon..1, I "Pa" Weaver a well j: sown old ne- .21-3t '
Supt. Pub. Inst. '
the summer with his father. George, are returning. to their gro, was severely cut about the face Billie Burke ..

In Monroe N. C.. The trip is being 1 Land I head on Monday in a fight with ,
Demonstrator B. E, wane .0'0000000"0"0 ,
County .00'0'.0.
.,' made hoping to benefit Rev. Ball' Fred Kelley,(also colored. Weave#was ... .
left Mondajr for Birmingham. Ala, ; ; .IN,0,0\ :, ,
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health. fortime be serious = > : "
"." thought; to in a LODG MEETINGS'WOODMENS''CIRCLE \' "
return tho last'of-tho ek/. 'i
to :
Mrs R. T, Safford, who hes- been condition, buts. he i* now recovering- .Io.oo..o. .i4'D ,
J When you buy bread ask.for''Reed' spending the past two weeks with her Kelley was lodged in )jail 'to await a *. ..'OOto..t E' GG'I'c.

.' Butter Nut..--15-2t / trial on a charge of- aggravated as F t1 ,
x/ ?
; Tohopeka- ,
I f i parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,W, D. Burkam I .
: \ and .
..,\- V Ttfr*. M.r...E. Croxton sonJett returned to her, home in Tampa Wed-"' sault." liga-Grove" No. 65,. meets every first

;r .. Wednesday for"a month'e'visit'with. hesday-l 1 I B. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator and .third Tuesday night. Social AT THEGRAYSTONE ..

relatives near Lancaster N: C. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watkins, Mrs- returned last Friday from a meetings:,'second and fourth Tuesday' .

and trip to the Wst; Coast InXcortvpany: afternoon in Fraternity Hall. CASINO .
Monday on
Special for Saturday Anna Ewing and daughter, Miss Frances -
with C. C. Hare, of the Bureau of Crop Mrs. Fairy Rexford clerk.
i2.00 $1.59 Thomas. ?
,I Men's Straw. Hata- ; and son, left Monday far ,
Statistics. Mr. Evans that the Mrs. Ollar Guardian. '.
$2.60 at $2.00, at F. H. Lawson'.. their home in Newark, Ohio, after reports ,
condition of fruit trees In'that section
spending several months hero. 20 '
M. Willson, Jr., spentseveral daysin Saturday May
J. looks just as good as in Osceola ; .
Jacksonville this week attending<< the T. H. Evans and C. G. Wcstcott were COI.lI1tY'j ,
Mason... Kissim: I,I Special: for Saturday and .
Grand Chapter. Royal Arch. among! those leaving today for
.camping n. mee to attend the Florida State shout 1 m n's Palm Beach hats, 45c, at F. 11Lawson's Matinee and Night ,
J...J. Griffin nnd family are -
which takes place tomorrow and Friday -
out on their farm north of the 1
at Kissimmee.-Orlando ReporterStar. T. J. Smith, engineer on th-j; A: CL. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS PICTURE
D. G. Wagner place, north of tho city. Atr .
between Apopka and Kissimmee, '
Mrs. C. H. Blanchaine, of Jackson- with accident this
met a very painful
a Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Butler, of Jackronvilte I
ville, was the guest this week of Mrs. week. The of steam
bursting a pipe
s spent last Friday in the city. DeWolf Next
and other friends hero. Hopper Thursday
Roma Thomas resulted in burn ;
a severe ,on one leg. ,
ilr.! Butler walt formerly connected ,
Fred Bass was called to Jackson wtih the Palace drug store here, but I that' will lay- him tip for several days. 'It-
the serious. illness I Ho was able to be brought homewhere
ville Tuesday night by.
representing; wholesale drug :
of hla'! little daughter; Freddie house. I he is having the best of cai,-Apopka
I News.
Mae' '
Miss Helen Perdue left last Tuesday

Miss Bottio Lou McKinzie, of Mar- for Tarpon Springs, where she will visit I Special for Saturday and Monday on GUS BEALL II

of shalvillc, Ga., has been the guest of her sister, Mr*. George Nickles, and Men's Palm Beach shoos, $2.25 at $175;

Mrs. W. A- Joiner during the past family. Mr*. Perdue will join thorn $2.00 at $1.60, at F. 11. Lawson's.

week. about the first of June to spend the Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Beutcr and family ,

Mrs. S. Ragsdale, who has been summer. will leave Saturday for the North, lEr1 ..0.0.00000.. ........... ..... ...
her sister Mrs. Waring, in where they will spend the summer. -1
visiting : Mrs. M. Munger and Mrs. W. J.

Lakeland, returned to Kissimmee on rripp will i* hostesses Friday after- I Next winter they expect to go to Cal- r INSURANCE: and REAL ESTATE: .

Monday. noon at the social meeting of theMother's ifornia to make their permanent home
i MiVB.uter having business ..connection ..
Mrs. H- C. Ligkteey and little daughter and Teacher's Social and Lit- i thereTheir many friends here Let us insure your Life, your Health, your Property. .
her parents, erary Club which meets at the Hart
Mr., Mildred and Mrs.are J. visiting K. Hilliard at H\-}\ Memorial. !'will return regret to know that they will\ not JOSEPH: H. JONES Information in regard to property for. t

_i_ Hard's Island. L. J.. Dwell., traveling freight i iI > sale and rent cheerfuly: given. If
I ,
Miss Ethel Lee, who has been f
Reed'v Butter 'Nut Bread 1* Just agent of the'L. &: N. railroad, was a Candidate In addition fifteen other
,. spending tha winter with her sister, to good companies, we
It 15-2t visitor!' in i the'city Tuesday and Wed-
what you Try Mrs. Z. N, Parker in Arcadia and now represent the well known }
nesday, having come here to look after -
H. and small son. attending school there has returned Attorney
Mrs. B. Pharigo ,
the shipment of cattle from Kis- HOME FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.New York
from Joplin home. She her
: James, arrived Tuesday immee to Texas.J. was accompanied: by '
Mo., and are guests of J. L, Pherigo sister Mrs. M. G. Waring, and little Democratic Primary X>>. GI-. ""VAG 'PTEdR: a

I and other relatives. K. Atwood, of the Osceola Pharmacy son, of Lakeland, who will spend sometime ,
June 6, 1916 ; : Second floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. Kfesimmee: Ffa. !
' o.7 visit was called to Darien, Ga., last visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1
+ D. Ways of Orlando. was a -
s W. Tuesday evening. Mr. night by a telegram bringing the' sad* John M. Lee and family. (Pttld Advertisement .......0 ...., . ... .... ......"' .. ..... . ....
tor in the city 1
news of the death of his mother The ,
Way is one of the proprietor at Way's of Secretary of Stato H- Clay Crawford --- .
many friend Dr. Atwood extend to
Auto Inn at'Orlando.W. him their sympathy. spent Saturday and'Sund.y in >

Kissinun-, the guest of his two sons,
Mr. Paul E. Truo-
H. Phillips,
George Crawford, of C9nwayf W.. B. and G. G. Crawford. Mr. Craw- '
Miss Alma Gibson of Ke.nansvilKe RATES IN EFFECT
dell and SUMMER NOW
last' Orango county who is a candidate for ford is making 'candidates'' itinerary .. .
visitors in the city .
v .J 1 \ were tbe'office. of State !Senator; from the through the\ stat-in. hi* campaign '. *. = AT THEGRAYSTONE=
and Saturday.
Friday Nineteenth Senatorial;district, was a for re-efecjtion. He left Sunday evenIng .

': .. 2- Extra size unattached turkish, towels visitor in' the city Monday shaking. Ibr Arcadia, where he" joined the

';1'- ',size- 18x42, special Monday elL, m.,25t'' ha ds, with the-.yot41t.:' other.' candidates and resumed the I itinJ ; HOTEL rir
-. Umit1 three'ti eu.<:oaner. .
* .! foi ISc'.eh. , W. T. Makinson and Joe dither re- era 'l' I:' ;Sol J ti I > "

, "I{: Dollar LUnItStorerMr ... tuiT.dTuaedny automobile :Mi\-jorIa- the old !t.,
, ))1 __ -11..o.. fromyyaa eight months $10 Per Week arid Up. .
! ? .L' ; and Mrs. H, E- 11 14f'.. 4i,1"yetr. tour of the ..tate."t'be made the trip clau ..o* Mr.' Md Mr-;,J..JD::Jef ,' ,

Beset :Monday for Jaclnorlvif.wh.rryr ; frond hen ,to ebring; thence to Ok_ 'fords. died Thursday morning Funeral C .

they,will.spend sever"; ;'dajrV*, act,dole chobee and .Miami-, Returning they services Were held at the residence this 4: .C. Magery

k'' *.*' ,U kecretaryof the StaU'Boordof'EUvmlner ', -' war.- .of-Fort.- ...Pierce..........and-. .Ok... ....-,,. morning,'the Rev O, B. Fall','the,pew II"' ,. ': ,.10 ,\
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1 that was considereda, little( too tech when asked 1 low' his plot of Abruzzi( ability to produce fruit Second,',they .;'

TICK HISTORY TO BE nical. 'A uniform agreement for the had done said that ho planted a strip, excrete lioneydew, which serves 08 a

Agricultural News Notesj, The following Is a copy of the of it through his native ryo and the medium for sooty ,mold whichy in their turn "
and looked shades the leases and roducas
SHOWN IN MOVIES agreement between club members'and Abruzzt was much superior
had received an application of. function and necessitates washing the ..
FURNISHED PV UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA .the trustees representing the banki ai Itt) foster'purple
(Continued from JPage '1) COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE ."This, i I. to certify that A. TClub nitrate of soda. fruit. Third. they indirectly '
sscaes.Each .
Mr.1!Pace says'that it makeS excel- ,
Member has 'Joined the. Club in
peculiar jto the region surplus: cash. lent winter pasture and when spring method of ,d\n\ serious -L..
SYSTEMATIC PLAN NECESSARYFOR half or,tw -thlrds empty and will elim Any County, and has agreed 'to follow nre removed combinati'- ,;
crop. comes, ifthc 'cattle and may! singly or in 'oeu. 1.
w Eradication of the Cattle Tick -Dor HERD IMPROVEMENT. Inato the necessity for a''scaffold or the demonstration advice and instructions afrent'with of the makes a good crop of hay. If'grown tralize. any previous! precautions for a 'aI ":
,This and More.\ I' a staging hung from the top. When\ county ,respect for-' it will yield: from 18 to 25

Eradication m.an8-.freelnfr: the state The tan who makes two pounds of. the ,remaoining' silage has'been remoVe has been'to the puchased care of one John pig Doe which bushels under average. conditions.. I ;.In some sections of the state cattle !
disease and makesit : ed, the remainder of ho' walls will\ as I '
of serious cattle where before
a one .
meat grow : grew trustee for certain banks in Some- men are- dipping all cattle regardless :
possible and profitable to Improve will do greater work for the state. dry and can be treated. Tho hoops of town. If the club member fails to WHITEFLY ROBS. crt us TREES, of ownership. They find that: it is H
and market cattle to the best advantage than the who. multiplies the wood silos should not bo allowed to
them ,
man grass ; !follow\ the Instructions of the county easier to dip' them than to cut y
population. Given all tho grass the I get loose. Otherwise awind, ,will come demonstration agent or neglects the\ Somebody 1s always calling attention out. That would< be a good plan . p In this connection Dr. Nighbort! has I state can grow, It will not produce I along somo day and blow the silo pig in anyway, that will impair prop.; to ,that old story about the chain follow in eradicating ticks from I a \t

also sent to Mr. 'Carson copy of a letter -- meat efficiently ur-lesr. the'animal to down. ter growth and development, the coui-> and its weakest link.' Well, It is good county. V.ts could be built at Intervals ;

\VriU.en'lo Dr. W F. Blackman, which' it is fed has the capacity for I ty agent may take the pig and dispose story in 'some cases. :Take th? citrus over the county and it would, not t

president of the Florid. Live Stock Association It. The live stock herds must be Im- PREPARATION. : KEEPS I of it in the best way to refund tree for: instance. Suppose a grower take long to dip tho entire} popula- ," ,
,,in which. he (rocs at length proved. That, mean. 'n<;w blood and 1. FLIES FROM ANIMALSDid i the banks.. believes in raising good fruit ,and*'I tlon. F>)i t tOne ;
into the question of how the tick can pure blood. The ability of an animalto you ever try to do anything; with I spends considerable sums of money in ,
In consideration of the confidence
l be eradicated 'on the open range and use feed feed efficiently/ and to mako a swim of flies buzzing around your 1 placed in me I to John Doe putting his grove, in good bearing con- of the biggest cattle men in '':
agree pay ,
t other, Interesting questions. Excerpts correspondingly cheap gains in direct head! Then reflect how the work animal trustee, within 18 months from date dition. Suppose that he cultivates and the date made the statement the other '

front this letter are as follows proportion to the puce blood In it, must feel, not only: with them I i $- with interest at. per pruncstand raises cover crops and fertilizes day that Florida would bs free of tho v

"Beforea state can effectively protect I ifother, things are equal. buzzing around but:with hundreds of : cent"from: date. (Signature of club and does everything but take cattle tick within three years. lie l; .

the live stock industry in the sup- i John M. Scott, animal industrialistto theta shingled l on his riooo r.nd legs. I mt ber.) care of the whitcfly- Now, what is the mayor may not be right, but it ooks I

pression and eradication of diseaseD, the University of Florida Experiment ; And the work< animal must\ depend on j, /"Thls, agreement, when properly I use of .doing anything at all to that now as' If the tick's days were num- ,

and before the Federal .Government Station, offers the following; his master for protection, while you I signed by any club member selected by I grove if the whitefly is given free) breed Yat arc certainly enjoying a 'i

can effectively and systematically cooperate 'I points for breed and herd Improve- are ably: toprotect yourcclf. the County Demonstration Agent, becomes -I reign 1The mushroom growth. .!l

with the state, suitable. and ,adequate ment: "1. Da rot use a scrub sire or The fly-pestered animal Is: not effi- an order for the! amount named damage caused by whiteflies is 1

laws are necessary. one from a mixture of two or more cient. Il6ises and mules lose flesh therein. (Signature of trustee),," threefold, according to' J. R. Watson, The Hastings Banking Company has
"':These legislative! acts should, as I I breeds. 2. Do not use a sire that is during fly season and cows fall off in entomologist to the University of Flor changed its name to the Bank of Hastings t

y nearly as possible, outline the manner I no better than the one discarded. 3. milk flow. The loss from these sources, FARMERS PLEASED ida Experiment Station. First, theydraw and moved into new quarters Just

and. methods of dealing with the mat- Do not select the sire from within the aside from any humanitarian motive, WITH ABRUZZI RYE sap from the tree and weaken its erected for it.

ter of suppression and eradication of herd. I.itroduoe new blood. 4. Good would more than pny for protection. --- -
live stock diseased, which would give blood improves the quality, good: feed There various -- --
are preparations on Abruzzi rye is one of the best win-
the acts power and constitutional au also docs its part, but a combinationof the market which are supposed to keep I ter forage crops for the Southern .
the two is better and will go a .
thority. flies from animals. J R Watson en- States. I It is a compartively new grainto
"Available current funds should be long way toward;>> improving Florida tomologist to the University of Flor- the United States since it was in- .

designated by the legislative act, in- live stock 5. Do not overcrowd the ida Experiment Station, suggests that troduced into this country from Italyin j.I

. dicing the amount! to be applied annually summer range 6. )Do not expect live farmers! make their own preparation. 1900 by the United States Department
to tick eradication work." stock to obtain a good living: on the The: following is recommended by the of Agriculture. I

In this connection Dr. Nighbert senta open range( or among pine trees during United States Department of Agriculture Abruzzi or Italian rye was discov-

r copy of a model law proposed by th3 winter." : pound of Jensen; ered by agents of,the Department of

Association Southern Commissioners; I laundry soap, four gallons of water Agriculture while searching for valua- Call 'Phone hf
of Agriculture and other agricultural INSIDE OF STAVE SILOS and one, gallon of ciud petroleum.! I ble plants and came to this country r

workers, suggested for the Southern SHOULD BE PROTECTED I' Add to this four ounces of powdered | with this record: "Abruzzcs is a superior -
States. Its length precludes its publication naplhaleno. Spruy on the animal. This rye grown in the Abruzzi Province I
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at the present time Stave silos will)\ last longer if theyare preparation m said to protect animalsfor a mountainous' district e.,t of ,

Continuing Dr. Nighbcrt writes as I coated inside with some preserving : '- a rcekl'NlFtIUl. | Rome. This stain is one of the best .

follows: 'I material II.: C. Law ton, I grown in Italy, having made nn '

"In this work there are three main agent for the Univir: of ": ) PH; CI.1'iI.taREELIENl' J i age yield of 282 bushels of .',' aver-I' :
features: first, preliminary educational Florida Extension Dn' St. for .I
ision in (; : ADOPT:\) acr* ten years I
work; second demonstrationwork Johns county) suggests: several picpar- ]I After testing this rye for ->"\eial .f

; third, systematic co-operative I ationc that will)\ serve. )Hr recommends A uniform agreement between pig rears and l finding; it to l be 'lurljle./ th? i i

work. that the walls be brushed! clean dull members and l bankers has been : I Department) of Agriculture distributed ,

"Under the head of preliminary edu as the silage is taken out so Dial the ,adopted., This agreement/ which was it in 1106!> ( and I II07.! For name reasont I

rational work there should be a complete .staves will dry thoroughly by the I''!submitted to by G. C Herrington: bi>vs, 1 was lost sight: of and nothing more \ .

' I organization of competent men to time the coating is to bo:! applied. club agent for the University of Flow-I I was heard of it until the fall of 1913. I .. <\0
hold meetings not in the larger towns I E. S. P. district for the I
I Bulled linseed oil in good. Should' ida Extension Division, was approved cc agent: | i
exclusively but also in the country, be It l b y the State Bankers' Association ut I University of Florida Extension Division | . '. ,
applied every yenr. probably -
where farmers and cattle owners may docs not take any more oil! to apply I a recent meeting. A tentative agreement /: i urged farmers to plant Abruzzi I'.
be met personally and the work explained. was formed for those counties ) rye last fall and in all but one instance !
) than it does to
every year apply every -,
I II which started the work earlier, hut it has been successful. One farmer,
Linseed oil however,1
MORE TU KUM two years. ,
"So the People May Know"The i
"Unoer the head of demonstration i Brather expensive. As a _
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work this same force proceeds with is just as good: Mr. Lawton suggests -- .... -"' .... -- .... -..- .... -- V r1f..... .
' equrl 1 parts, of boiled linseed oil W <61- <61
the educational feature, and c.icour-: '
and common black oil. This works Valley Gazette's desire is to
ages establishment of dipping vats print all the new. all the time, but
better if it is warm or hot during ap
hero and there throughout the counties unless Items are sent in by phone,
demonstrating: the safety and plication. card or letter, we cannot hope to get '
feasibility of properly dipping the cat- i Coal'tar' is probably the best, and it all. If you know of'any item of j
Mr. Lawton recalls several instances PoliticalMeeting news The Valley Gazette will be very
tlo to destry ticks. In thio one
way Big glad .to print it. .: '
vat will mean more vats in the community where it has given'excellet results. A ... : .' ;
and county. By t.ltls: time a local Mix thoroughly one-half gallon of the : " Club, Society Lode. Church or "' "
tat with two-thirds,of a gallon of gasoline I School notes f people going away or' s
organization established
county maybe t '
coming back marriage, deaths er \,
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and the county'ofTicals called Keep this welt stirred during : _:"'1; birth. Items concerning visitors, ? t; ,
upon to provide local funds for vat application. No fire or smoking building operations real eetate deals
eon trucUol: and employment of a full should be allowed around the building neighbors moving In er going out, and 'f;
in fact anything that will make The
while the mixture is ,
force of local near.
men to carryon the work ; i
Valley Gazette more Interesting to Its ,
+' under the direction of the State and If the walls can be dried sufficiently readers

Federal Governments. as the silage is taken out it is well
The Valley Gazette's motto Is: "So
"The above phases of the work x> apply the oil before all the silage the People May Know" and to that I ".j

/having been accomplished brings us Is out. In this way an ordinary lad- end we ask your _operaUo... ; ,!
to systematic! work, which meant the der can be used when the pit is one- ,

establishment of vats throughout the "HelpusboostKissimmee"
i' county and the inauguration of the vised that the work is now being inaugurated The state. itinerary for. the state and national candidates
plans of systematically dipping all
in .out :west Georgia 0:1 .
cattle regularly'' every 14 days, under prepared by the State Executive Committeewill
the Florida line, an area of 1,525
official Vats should be
' supervision. square miles, grazing 47,533 cattle, all bring to
located where the cattle and in
open, range, about like Florida conditions. -
no instance should cattle be driven
The vats are in and systematic a
r .more vat" than two or three miles to the' dipping will bogin'this month. Tho Kissimmee at the Graystone 1

county officials, citizens of the State
i Dr. Nighbert then sets forth a and this department are r. co-ordi-

grouping' of the various counties of natd: unit, with one aim, to free the Casino 27th

the state into natural givups in territory of ticks. Your attention l is Saturday, May ,'" 4

which tick eradication can be accomplished also celled to work in Southern Cal- C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.:
because of the natvral boundaries fornin, a coastal.plains country, com-
to protect each group from prising 69,755 square miles, grazing CANDIDATES fOR =

i :"those which have not started the 500,027 head of cattle, of which njm- The Waters & Carson

work. Osceola county is placed III her 153,476 were on .ick infested Governor Superintendent of Public Instruction -
Group 9, which is describe ..: as follows: ranges. The work of tick eradication ,
' .. All to-itory compria"'ig the countiesof in' this territory was successfully accomplished -
of State State Treasurer
Secretary -
Osceola, Brevard, St. Lucre and under the plans above out- Grocery Company

that purt of Palm Beech cou'+ly lined. There is any amount of terri "
and All Ot State Offices Not Included '. .
which lies between the KiBKiTiinooriver tory in Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana er -
and the Atlantic ocean. Arkansas and. Texas which has
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Then Dr. Nighbrt takes up the been: open range and where the work in List at Meeting Already Held Here.

question of the "open I lange," which! is' most thorough and cff.ctivc. it-**

is pertinent to Oscoola county. He "In conclusion, I fell that you area GROCERIESty
The of Osceola invited to out
says- I rnan who realizes that to undertake people County are come

"Now with 13; the fact any great task it takes strong and hear these candidates discuss the issues of the cam-

t4t! Florida is still: '{,pen range,' nnd I organization, team work. This wcrkof paign. I, .

the cattle roam at will from county tick eradication is one of grart 0000000000000000' 000000000000000 ti

to county,. making it difficult to main- I magnitude, too Large for any one man, 0 0 O d
tain lines attention. WE SELL: WE BUY: "
quarantine your county or state. It is a national
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i ia called, for example. to the tier of proposition, for that reason the Federal .
0 DAY .,
counties across the noi ', tern -. government has seen fit to provide Meeting Will Begin at 10 A. M., Inter- HIDES ".

;. border of the State of Georgia, all funds and men to effectively coopereate ,. GRAIN O -

of which are open range and all of in this work, which as you must mission at Noon. Afternoon Meeting at .0 FERTILIZERS *. ** FURS .O :,

which adopted systematic. tick eradication realize, means untold benefit to the Y WOOL t .:
I and completed, : it. In .his ter- great cattle industry and the peopleof 1 O'clock. 0 SHINGLES 0 J
ritory there are 3,132 square mile. this country. Therefore, I sug- AND .
Crazing 47,346 cattle, and there were gest in reply to your inquiry, that you .. I 0 ORANGE BOXES O .. if
nothing but imaginary lines, both with! and the 0' 1 ALL 'l,
propose your ,people: Leu- ORANGE WRAPS, j .. .
Tespect to the State Audi the coun- is laturo an appropriation of 4100,000in 'A COUNTRY ". J
t tie. Was the quarantine effective accordance with!, jtthe resolution pf STANFORDMember 0 VEGETABLE CRATES ".;

+ If so, how was it made soT Answer: the' late"cattle''*convention hold at '' : uic. 0 '0 . .' PRODUCB ........, 4

l' First, by educating the people 'by Tampa, same to be used-in establishing \,( CRATE NAILS .+ ... ..l.' {
g' personal contact to protect their own fend, extending 'tick;, eradication Member State Executive Committee from . . . . . . . . :4'. ..,. .. . . .I.. .' ..' _.. ',;
'!" county; second, by execution of work in the State of Florida along the .

s ptal.e. and .Federal law, when .njcesary. bo tttliitea! and nndefcjhjs-plans( suggeatea'by -' I We1 Mil field and garden seed*'of all kiwi*;
? The people co-operatod,"' also; which'this i work has made ,; 4m1g" : Osceola County Wi give special attention totting out bunting and anrpi ,.

In' enforcing 'the' law, and are now such'remarkabl. headway throughout .J' I Free delivery in city Emiti. Phone No.M2.v '*
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r'r >,7.rpttsAed"wl&W; result*' ac. the'8ouU.em:St \ea'which are inte& .-. 'v. ...,,<""L.' ... .-"",.r- _...)1 We are county agent* for food-fertaKzers. tu for circular and priewli '

+complishedIn addition you are ad- ested! ''in this movement" 11I.. -II._ 1II..At k -.,L ... -II._ k.llt 11I.. -.II'b..At .__ III.. f\, ..i fartiliatrf, ,
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HGJMPROVEMENTS Eleanor'Ro,en, Eleanor Overtroet, tHIS' '" CARD, OF.THANKS.. ':)Hoe lot to us is aaado. J.... a .bnMiem;
Katie Hirtcell. lUbekah Miller, Eunice [IS I YOUR EXPERIENCE? FLOYD TISON MAKES: 't. -" by.their>;Idnd synpothyl!andl.ipre.rlions

NOW..AT DEER PARK Arthur Riven. Le Flint;ty, Holtsclaw Arthur Bullock, Helen, Arthur Winn, Many Kiaalmmee People Are AfflictedWith ) RECORD.:' [ARRESTSFloyd _I ,wish .tothankmost. ,
Done mnElton Anderson.* Carl friends who /gWNeo their"friend- the i blwstnrs,of; anjAJITWiso'Prori.dence : .,
r, -,' Schmidt Canova.. Annoying Kidney Ills. ship by their deedo'durinr the illness who does all things for the best.JACKIE II
'COMPANY ,.Tracy :Are you bothered with too frequent
NION CYPRESS DO and death of my loving: sister, Dalma. GRAHAM.
Third Grade B Irvln Driggers Dor- action of the Tison, former city marshal of
ING MUCH TO DEVELOP WEST kidneys? Are the occretlons L
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Lybrand Roscoe Frankie hl&ly'Iored 4o they'contain Kissimmee, 'and'now night policeman ------r---;
ERN ERTY AND TOWN IN EASTERN Tyn r, Ralph Sehilder- Thomas Quirk, sediment- burn and scald in voiding .is making a :record in, position. --l. -Jl i .
Eustis Peaks These Like one of the famous "patent'med
OSCEOLA COUNTY IS NOW Willie Gilbert: Doyle are aU signs of kidney sicknessand )
Davis, Louise Young, Edna Yates. I sfiould not be neglected. Kl slm. icines" he works while you sleep. .; ': ..!UrJ.l.LM 4.. .
DOMING. Ruth Starling, Kimbrough Oliver,Ger-1 mee people recommend Doan' Kidney 'During the last two weeks ha hasrounded ..- :?...- '..I
According to (the Melbourne Times, aldine Johnson, 'Jeannetto Griffin, i Fills If your back aches and your kid up a large' number of law'vloilators : .. .. .. .. "F" w. ,.

er, Park, in the eastern part of Osceeounty Mary Ethel Gilbert; Mary Coleman neys are weak you will And no t Setter> "
Is is experiencing a boom just. Fourth Grade A-Leo: Canova, Janet J recommended rem\t\
present. Tho Times says Gr ves. Lucile Griffin' Carrie Belle Mrs. R. L-'Seaver 321 Bermuda Ave. May the following case: .. I ,.

"Messrs. Hopkins and Kempfer, of Hansell Katherine Miller, 'Marie Klsglmmeesays: "Avdull nagging Ernest Williams and Washington "l .:W Farmer! "

er Park, aro pushing ahead with the Ogranv' Nellie Taylor, l abel Tyner,f ache in my back k.cp'me in misery.At Ros4, charged with, ''gambling. They .
rai nng-eXlltches in that section and Dorsie Yates. times;. if I stooped,'or attempted to were each fined $6. the '
drive through' country it s
bw 'have placed north, south,.east and fourth Grade B-Sarah- Phillips, lift anything. It hurt me awfully. Tho rested with tho others on Saturday As'you who
est; ditches over five miles -iq length. Virginia Fnnsler, Helen Schmidt, May kidney action was Irregular and mornings 'night, was fined $ff for gambling: and td'- easy to pick and out the farmer A-shiftless are'man progressive -'' ,

he average distance covered by the Winn, Madge Rivers, Ruth Uerzberg, I felt all worn out. Doan'i Kidney . I forfeited a $50 bond. for carrying. a allows hit buildings prosperous.1'ecomc shabby and.
large ditcher in use there now is 1000 Cordelia L dbettero Fannie Seymour, Pills gave me morn relief than concealed weaponDuring The farmer keep
weather-beaten. thrifty
If temper day, five: feet deep and twelve Bascomb Lane. anything else I had, ever taken. Tho tM'two weeks just closed,, with ..
neatly painted
(feet wide. Each" side of the Dixie Fifth Grade A- Johnnio Bronson backache left and my kidneys again Policeman Tison. has had the followingcases everything ,.

I Highway, east of Deer Park: and porth Gladys Calkins, Winifred Denning, acted: regularly-". (Statement given before the Mayor: r 4

I of the Union Cypress Company Rall- Una Harman. Martha Parker, Margaret May 21, 1908.) Ike Nettles vagrancy, sentenced to

[way,. ditches have been opened both Winn, Rita Brlca. Nash, Robert Over' six years later Mrs. Seaver I.sixty days in the city.gang .E cp.
I ways and three sets of cross ditches Kritz, F. S Ledbetter, Lewis O'Bryan. said: "Nothing has altered my high : Ernest Williams and Christine Wil

I have also been excavated. Mr. GeorgeW. Fifth Grade B-Ncl'ie Woodall, opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills lot they ,liams-disturbing the peace, fined $26 r:'" .mU'1.lf;;;: : ;.IK. "I tJ ... .: :t, It. ,:1 t'.i;'<<"

Hopkins, of Hopkins has direct Blanche Muelcr, Willie Johnson. cured me." each. ,
I charge of Ilia work and the whole layout Sixth Grado A-Li Hie Hansen; Rub PriceJ:Ocat_ aA\ dealers. Don't simply I Rufus Stikes, carrying concealed LEADAf-JDZaNC'PANT
I been planned and is being su- Hirttel- Velma Hudson Elberta ask for "?- Kidney 'remedy-get weapon, sentenced to serve. sixty daysin :, .: .? FEWER OAU.CNS W::AR. LONGER .

[ pervised by him: O'Berry, Elizabeth Parker, Etta Ma/ Doan's Kidney Pills-tho same that :, the city Robinson gang. :J'ji;"Ii\'! q. s 'Of course, any paint you ,put o? is better than 4
George sentenced
There are now about 12,000 cattle Suhl Wilma Wilson.! Uly Chapman, Mrs. Scaver has twice recommended.! vagrancy, ') But and service
: no p-iint. Lrlorg; satisfactory: !:
| on the 104.000 acres in Osceola andBreard Lewis Hirtzel- Fdster-Milburn Co.. Props., Buffalo. H.Y. to thirty days. ,. -' .... always recommend Dcvoc Lead and Zinc Paint
counties which are owned and Sixth Grade B-Charles Jackson, .-Adv. I Robert.Johns. vagrancy sentenced, to r ',"+' we It'causee can /cura.ntce it t.> l he absolutely-pure.. i iIt
controlled by Mr. George W. Hopkins. I James Diotz, Robert CMkins, Vera; ... thirty days.; whiting, no ti'ica'! cr any other
Flans are being made for extensive Johnson, Dorothy Miller, Thelma Sut- rie Boyd- Helen Bass, Frank Calking, Maude Phillips, disturbing. the worthless adulterants. That's why Devoe, paint

development of this property to keep ton, Ruby Oliver, Mary Schilder.. Ella Parah Clark, Celeste MOselcy, Maurine peace Own, $11 fine* j goes:: so much further and last?. so much 'longer 1
o Phillips, fightingfined $6.
pace with the added improvements Gardner, Margaret La ley. Dann. than ordinary paint.
brought to that section by the Dixie Seventh Grade B-Dorothy Donning, ,- Sol Powers, intoxicated, fined $3. I
Highway and the Kissimmee Cross Irene Milton. When the baby takes too much food Robert .Williams; vagrancy, thirty Come ill and let l1S tell you how little it will cost.

State Highway from Melbourne. | Eighth Grade: A;-Mi-ikic Gardner, the stomach.turns;.the result is indigestion days on the gang. yon tn paint with Devoe.

"Forty-five houses for the use of the Edith. Miller Miriam Munger, Percie sourness and vomiting. fined John .Mitchell, disorderly conduct, W. B. Makinson CompanyKissimmee r
new residents of Deer Park have been Oliver, Grace E. Graves. I Frequently the bowels are involvedand $6.John

l> erected and Mr. Kempfer has plans fort I Eighth Grade B-Clara Plcitz, Alberta I there i is colic pains and diarrho a. Mitchell. resisting arrest, was Florida St. Cloud, Florida

building more houses within the next Anderson Maiga.-et Kenton, McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR {la a grand .fined $26.Robert . . '

5 thirty days. A new extension to Crab ',Jessie Bowen. corrective remedy for the\ stomach I thirty Vertic, -vagrancy. sentencedto i.Jfl; .If: IT: .. .. w r
days. "
Grass Lake, about seven miles in Ninth Grade-Clifford Lester, StInt- and bowel disorders of babies. It is "
I t .... I wholesome I Guy. Walker, vagrancy, sentenced to - - ---, ---"- -
length has been added to the Union ton Story. j pure, and pleasant to take. i
Cypress Company Railway and this '] Tonth Grade-Sadie Bryan Robert Price'25c and 60c per bottle. Sold by thirty days. I J '

will tap a new timber section which is Gicsey. Charlie R'gel 0, Ruth Howell, j Osccola Pharmacy-Adv. Sallow complexion is due to a torpid Eugene: C. Bryan, Pres. A. H. Bryan, Vice IVes. J. L. Barber, Set'y.lren. hj hju
" to be opened within a few days. Christine Ivey.Eleventh '
I I livre. IIERBINE purifies and
"A of about two hundred men Grade-Manic Withcr-
MISS MORRISONASART :strengthens the liver and bowels and I1
1 one mile. from Deer Park is active at Spoon Abby Harris, Amy :Makmson. 1
restores the rosy bloom \>f health to
this time in cutting timber and shipments Twelfth Grade-Lilian Pre.itis, :Itfuu- \1I
the cheek. Price 50c. Sold by Os-
t are daily being made to the mill, rine Dann. Parah Clark, Mattie Belle WORK ACCEPTEDThe ceola Pharmacy.-Adv. .... /
at Hopkins for 'the new equipment already Harris, Grace Winn, Kathleen Bear-

i installed and being completed den, Frank Calkins., Helen Bass, Marie many friends here of Miss Cor- '- '
; for increasing the output in certain: directions Boyd, George Cooper Orpha Rose, nelia Morrison. Who lived in Kissim- Bryan Realty Company .
: about one hundred cent Dollye Alford. MANY TROUBLES /
per I mee for a number of years, will be
of the mill. Roll 1915-1916. I Offices: on Broadway, Kissimmee, s
, over the present capacity Annual Honor glad to learn of her success as an art- I 1. . --'
"The Deer Park section is particu- Fourth A-Leo Canova, Sidney Phil ist. DUE"TO.AN Opposite Graystone Hotel 1 ,

lai jC. active at this time and it l is evidcvtt lips, Janet Graves, Willie Long, Virginia -I She has been studying art for a .

that the new roads and the drainage Lesley, Fred, Lupfsr, Katherine number of years in Boston and the

work planned and under way at Miller, Marie- Ogram. Nellie Taylor, current i issue of the "Youth's Companion" -
this time are having a good effect on (Clara Belle Yates, Dorsie Yates: contains a beautiful .ornamental INACTIVE LIVERMany ,

the entire neighborhood. Fourth B-Fannie Seymour Corde design drawn by Miss Morrison for a Orange Groves, Timber I and, W. Pay Tanea fer N.......

lia Ledbetter, Ruth Herzberg, Madge poem printed with the drawing as a Cattle inches C1ry end Menu end. Act M OWIMT ;
04444404004440004 River May Winn Helen Schmidt, Edgar border. of the troubles of life such as CIty Property Ag. U fer Rental Prsaerty. '
4 4 Rogers, Elmer Schweikart, Paul The drawing is given a prominent headache, indigestion constipationand
rubb, Ellie Johnson. R. D. Thomas, lack of energy are due to inactive
place in the Companion and proves livers. ,
4444444444444104140 Fred Evans., Eldridge Harris that Miss Morrison has unusual talent GRIGSBVS LIV-VER-LAX Is a ,

The following pupils of.the Kissim- Fifth A-Margaret Winn, Robert which has been wonderfully developed natural vegetable remedy that will .
Kritz. F. S. Ledbetter, A. A. Simpson her close get the liver right and make those
mee Public School have not been absent study.
or tardy during: the month ending Johnnie Bronson, Gladys Calkins- Friends of Miss Morrison her are dangers troubles or disappear.disagreeable It has effects none of o"the calomeL : Lumber Co.: -
May 5,'1916,.have made an average of Winifred Denning:, Una Harman. glad to know of her',success and those May

ninety per cent, or more, in their studio ., Fifth B-Blanche- Mueler, Willie who have seen the drawing in the Get a EOc or $1 bottle of this. t. kin- ,
Johnosn. "Youth's,Companion" believe that the did remedy from your dra!.irist today.Every YiM1eaal..d Retail Dealers !. ,I
*Iwjth not less than eighty-five per '
bottle bears the likeness of L.
I Sixth A-Llllle Hansen, Velma
"irrVny and less than will make, a reputation in her chosen
a ceriv subject not K. Grigsby, who guarrniee it
ninety-five in deportment: ., i on- Lucy Lupfer, Ettamay' Suhl, Wilma line of wo.k. ,through Oscecla Pharmacy.rises YELLOW: PINE LUMBER .
Wilson. Joseph Sears. .
Fine Grade A-Louise May, Elsie::1 -, -
Sixth -Vera Johnson, Dorothy
Schilder, Sarah Duke. Ralph Wits,

Miller, Ruby Oliver. Thelma Sutton, -I i Shingles and Laths J' '>
Paul Richard Willie !
Munger Bandy, Robert Calkins. .'. ,.
Durham, Oren Brown, Enoch Herz- Seventh D-Glady. Howell, Dorothy HOUSE: BILLS A SPECIALTY *, JSP
berg Denning. I The Favorite Store of Kittlmmee I StAll
First Grade B John Lester Celo
Eigth Grade A-Minkle Gardner, we uk islet us fibre tn your estimate.
Nicks, Oil Canova, Edgar Beeland,
Edith Miller; Miriam Munger, Percie Courteous,Attention and Prompt Delivery.
Preston Johnson. Emory Harris.
Oliver Abbie Harris, Grace Eleanor
George Lee Singletary, Raymond Graves Cornelia Lancaster Mamie Phone 21 Kissimmee Ffa.
Palmquist, Virginia Bowen Viola Belt\ FURNITURE ?
Pilley, Dorothy Wells, Arthur Gardner -
Yowell Ethel Flint, Mary Naugle,
Florinda Elmo Griffin. ... "'...... "" b... "A
Witz, Emma B. Quirk, Ethel I '
Eighth B-Jessie Bowen, Margaret "
Joiner, Mary Yates, Lena Driggers, v.v v.
Kenton Clara Ploetz Vashti Harmon -
Zelma Benjamin, Nellie Gilbert Aileen
Freda Schweikart, Annie Turner, Harold
Bradley. Carrie Barnes. Flint. -WE HAVE IT 9

Ellen Second Coleman Grade Margaret A-Thressa Dann.'Bronson RubyDri&ger Ninth-Stratton Story. Mr. Citrus Grower:

Tenth Robert Giesey Ruth Howell

Arville Fansler, Athalia Christine Ivey. For the time being we can. supply you with VA
Griffin Mamie Lee Johns, Geraldine
Eleventh-Manie Withertpoon. L D.
Lesley, Minnie Hudson, Carroll Mak- In connectioa wits our Hardware line Potash
Geiger, Edna Calkins. we carry a'cesaplete Water-Soluble. r
inson Sarah Rexford, Clara Tucker. fin. of furmitnre. W. make of
Twelfth Grades-Lilian Prentis, Ma- a specially ontfittuf .home, aid .
Doratea White, Fred Gilbert. Seiafino .....dJ. reliable ..
Finacchiaro, McClure Lupfer, Rufus ALL YOU WANT AS LONG ,AS IT LASTS
LA '
Suhl Herbert Schweikart Wayne I This Is the most interesting announcement made in regard to

Walling. "Your Q lC'k's Chill Tonic cured my Bed Room Furniture, Dining Florida fertilization sine. the beginning of the European war,

Second Grade B-Glenn benjamin, husband of LaGrippe and Fever after Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor and It is in keeping with our custom of being; leader in.this In-
Nicholas Beisener Odell Harrison,
the doctor1'medicine and. other remedies du try. r*
Ward Lorenz, Don Oliver Harry faile ?: Suits Odd Chairs Rockers

Woodall Lewis Lamb, Youel Johnson, LULA C. :ROACH, Drlfton Fls IDEAL FERTILIZERS'r

Catherine penning. Hazel Bass, Doro- Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25c.WX1UARDs. Couches Etc.
thy Bullock Doris Davis, Vivian \ have for a quarter-oentury represented tae beat and most complete

,1 Floyd, Rosina Finocchiaro, Alma line of plant food combinations possible t. offer to the d--

, 'Johnson Julia Ledbetter, Christina Tlis store b making ...rKord for itself isj the .a tee ., growers of Florida, and now in this trying period IDEAL FERTILIZERS "
L May, Tina Schilder. Eon Tincr, E. doing the almost Impossible--giving unlimited r
I kelping people to ..It ...... Come and see. 0.,' prices arc
t. Lane Stevens. riffct POTASH content and all POTASH is strictly WATERSOLUBLEK20.
..'I Third ,Grade A-Margaret Cosens, ?y ti'

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Drives Out Malaria Build Up System Ft 1I h& A 7 should be pro. Ul1 IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE

'Tk Old Staadud ...-rat tmgthnlac tomlc. tectrdwitl' rood wire Am. 3 to 4%; A. P. A, 8. to 8"%; Wat.SoJ. Pot* S to t%
OaoY*'. TA8TKUK88 chill TONIC.Aiiftf oat guards. Wemske TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
, rU..., IoHt1MbIoe4.aa4..alda.pu.e- them for
, Mm Atnwttate.Ask Pot adult.s.dchidr.a. Sea including '
4 partitioBf.. cajtn N. matter what Uad ., aa E>(iM you kar-Gat, Steam 3 to 4\\ A. P. A, 6 to 8%; Wat-SoL Pot,. 1ft to 1194 P

M Nmc MW.MBWBiKCBMlBM aJ.a.L.4. win. Railroad or StatUaary r..aIa*_w. hays exactly tie Teas you CHEROKEE FRUIT GROWER

Your Grocer > vilk I .....lnlitr. seed ia you YOTday work-Wreacaes, u.-... oo..,+,< ., .
r Yilean.lVhru: all .f the bat quality aid w........, sail at prkot Oat will l W.: a: T.'S SPECIAL MIXTURE NO 1 .

i wi ttmm,"" ..... snrpriso ,... TW stirs ka die .....taIi.. ., IwaAaf oaJy 1 AMMONIA-PHOSPHATE FORMULAS J
i ......... tkat Is ., Mporior l ipuBty and J'M wfll make ii ... and any other analyses to meet jrowr noeds. dOur

CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES ""RUB-MV-TISM' tab b. comiaf Lee NOW" iaspoctimf eel, Uf stock. New Catalogue* will be r...,. ,_n. Wrlte,to ... x r.f .

Wilson & 'Toomer Fertilizer Company .. ., .:r;
Will your Hheomailsm
core ..
.Neuralgia .Headaches Cramp ttmmmtmttmnrm .< 1DIOAL FKKTIUSBMSlm -"',' II
Osceola ..rt.*. .*. ': ' ';'"
.'.Colic, Sprains; Bruises, Cut and Hardware Company .._.... Chim. w/teat..t .... red All ............ )
Boras.Old Sore., Stings of Teasels 1* Mae hl.oq, ... 1ouM1io., :
Bebt By Every Test .1'Etc. AatUe.cie AIa.Ii"...".used internally f n JAOIUONVILLt. P1.A. C7' ,
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THE KISSIV1IEE':':'VALLCT : GAZETTE,'>Tf;:- .*, :.x' ," 1. _, FRIDAY,,'MAY 1.,...111:.

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Hour Superintendent-, is the only the State CongL ConferoncO 'A few, districts this fall, and ,OriAdo, 'th*'"
minister official family now. days later, in. Winter ,Park. Mrs. State -April-JJlAjs
Mr. Lehmann has written since leaving part of our StaieMT nionfj

RUN HERE FROM MIAMI CHANGE IN FATHERFARMER GONGS IN FIELDSAPOPKA I DeLand and Florida that he wish. and Spaulding both she is and Junior husband Superintendent enter heartily -, hustling the year through. ;

readers know
, our some good GRACE A. YWNSENP" +
t Ies
"The Honorable \ Into the'work :and pleasures! of the
new* Newton D.
PACKARD TWIN SIX MAKES TRIP SUFFERED FOR OVER -MINISTER .I N V EN T 8 4 Baker:, newest and most eloquent man young members .of the church. Dizziness, vertigo (blind staggers)tt","''

THROUGH BYWAY OF DAYTONA TWENTY YEARS AND PAID OUT WEATHER ALARM AND GROVE I In all President Wilson's cabinethasbeen sallow complexion, flatulence are;*

IN A- DAY-ALSO MAKES THOUSANDS."My OWNERS MAY SLEEP ON COLD j secured as one of the several St. Cloud was repreoented at De- symptoms of a torpid liver. No oeV'fl

TRIP, FROM KISSIMMEE TO : NIGHTS FOR PATENT WILL I noted men to be heard on the platform Land by the president, J. H- Cellar, can fell well while the liver .is in.; I
father has suffered from chronic
a+ JACKSONVILLE IN TIME FOR AWAKEN THEM IF TEMPERA. at the Atlanta convention. "Though from .Its Presbyterian society, and two active; HERBINE i.'a powerful Hv-s."||
stomach trouble for over 20 l
;NOON LUNCHEON. years TURE IS DANGEROUS. I lion Baker is Secretary of War, we other delegates. Klsslmmoe 'did 'not er stimulant. A dose or twoXrill'
and has paid out thousands of dollarson '
feel that' a visit of peaceful intentions havo as 'many present as 'did Orlandoand cause all bilious symptoms to dsap! "
medicines and doctors said G. W.
C. W. Ward and W. B. Harris ar. Patents just 'issued to Rev; SamuelI. to the treat convention. Will SanfordKissimme entertains pear.,, Try It. Price BOc.' Sold by

Slayton, 'a well known Cobb ,county Hendrix, of Apopka.' are based upon you be there to hear him. The date, the convention of the South Central Osceola Pharmacy.-..-Adv.
after farmer, who lives near Smyrna
a thermo-alarm'system evhich will 13-lGth ,
July Is quickly coming and we )
," ard Twin Six, driven by his chauffeur, ,short distance out of At1an(..., permit grove owners and truck grow. should be getting: ready to go and send

I Gordon Jones. Two records' were, ."We tried nearly everything tryingto ers to sleep well on cold nights, if they one or more delegates flom every society CALOMEL\ Nof;' j TOP P !
;" broken during the trip, which began cure him. and he went off to the have made their preparations for heat- In' Florida. C WHEN $
the water
springs, thinking maybe
s' Tuesday morning t>f last week, when Ing or protecting their trees and ---..

"',: accompanied by E. T. Hopkins they :' would help him, but it just looked' like plants. At the last business meeting held SALIVATES
nothing would reach his trouble. Then MAKES YOU SICK AND
left KJodirtimce for Jacksonville Mr. he tried dieting, and lived on liquid The device as constructed ,consists by-United Brethren workers In Tampa,
Hopkins was en'route to his homo in of thermometer tube
a temperature seventeen members .
food until) he almost starved-but even were present,,much
Chicago after spending the winter! here with of movable terminals'' fl
a pair business transacted, and a pleasant
that failed to do good, and he just
r and let the party it Jacksonville. any therein that be various I Here's guarantw-Oo to drsg 1(
from'bad to can adjusted I climax-ico cream and cake. It was "Dnhon's Liver Tone" Is Harmless To my any
kept going worse. DodI I
here early Tuesday morning tore and got: a SO rent bottle of I'
Leaving positions and a float in the tube which J decided to hold the regular business
arrived in I "I don't guess there ever was a case j Clean Your Sluggish, liver son's Liter Tone" spoonful andif :
the party the state metropolis with terminals.
", as stubborn as-his and if t.hereIer\ co-operates meeting every month during its first it doesn't straighten you right\.; up ,
In time for the noon-day luncheon: confirmed he was'one These terminals are electrical and' week, also that the devotional prayer and Bowels. and make you feel fine and vigorous I 1
was A dyspeptic
This was accomplished In spite of the I when the temperature rises or falls I meeting committee mot this want you to go back to the store and
.. slop made for tire of them, and I guess he would ,have same tight Calomel makes sick. It's Dodson'a Liver Tone
fact that one waD a to a certain given point indicated onl! and you get<< jour money.
have been one yet'if it hadn't been. for I'evening arrange and appoint lead- horrible! 'Juke a done of the dangerous in dcat roving_the salo of calomel 'becauseit 'jl
repair, the only trouble on the entire this Tanlac- the thermometer the float which Is en- ers for a month in advance. Mrs. Earl druM, tonight and tomorrow' you may low I is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable

trip. "The first we heard of this medicine cased within the tube comes in contact Cavanagh, her husband, district president a day'* work.Calomel therefore it caD n After two days in Jacksonville the with the terminals forming n circuit and State Treasurer. I. mercury or quicksilver you ..iA.I '
I George
was when my father saw an advertisement which causes necrosis of the bones. that of Dod- ,
Packard guarantea
trip was resumed and tho big and this circuit electric bell in one I
puts an of
in the from Cavanagh are this society Mrs Calomel, when it into contact
i papers parties he come. Bon's Liver Tone will put your sluggish '
the down the East
carried! party knew in Tennessee, who were friends action, thus giving warning to the Cavanagh is taking a well deserved with sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to work 'and clean your bowels of '
Coast to Miami. From Miami to Kis- of his 'and he knew what owner of the change in the temperature vacation from the State Union official it up. Tliis is when you feel that awful' that sour bile and constipated waste '.
t simmee the trip was made on Monday whero the alarm I is located. cares but is yet very useful nearer nausea and cramping. If you are slugpish which is clogging your system and making
I about it Wall the truth-so he got it and "all knocked out," if
by way of DaytonA distance of 355' The object of this invention is to home.. your you feel 1 miserable I guarantee thata
liver i. torpid and bowel. constipatedor
which in the right away and began taking bottle Dodson's Liver Ton will
miles was accomplished
"Well, sir, it acted just like magic- specify temperatures considered dan- you have headache dizziness coated keep your entire family feeling One'for, /t
one day and believed to be a record forthe tongue if breath is bwt stomach 1
or sour, months. Give it to children. It is II
either on account 'f rise in Mr. Marcus C. your
and everybody notices the change In gerous Fagg, our friend
just try a spoonful of harmless Dodsou'eLiver
route taken
harmless! doesn' and they like its,
While in Palm Beach Mr. Ward was father now-why, he is just like a different temperature above normal or a fall in from the Children's Home society is Tone tonight on my guarante I pleasant tutsDouglas .

interviewed by the Palm Beach Post, man, and sits down to the table temperature below normal, the structure taking a vacation from his Jacksonville .

and eats like a farm hand. Only yes- being useful on steam boilers in office, to return about May 24th. ,
which printed .the following item: The .
' article is in error in speaking of him !-erxiay he ate pork and turnips for his connection with the ventilation of fL V.. Vl' vv" '""Vl"'q ".. -,, ,

' as head of the Disston Company dinner, and ate so much we were actually Buildings, in fruit orchards, and else- Mrs. George B. Spaulding from the

which he was secretary. When the I afraid he was overdoing the thin whcie a device of this type may be : Congregational parsonago of Cocoanut

lands of the Disnton Company were but he laughed and said nothing hurt employed to advantage. I Grove, was delegate from their large

taken over by the United Land Company I I him now, and that he was hungry and senior society to DeLand, also attended W. L. Shoes

eg' Mr. Ward was in direct chargeof expected to,eat and make up for lost
time, *
the large acreage; which this com- I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
pany controlled. The article reads as "Now when a medicine will do No. 666

follows: I things like that, I think people oughtto ,

"Among the visitors in the city are know about it, and I want to say On the May page of the calendarin I This Is prescription: prepared especially For Men.

W. B, Harris editor and proprietor right now that I would not give one our office is this quotation: etter for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER.
'bottle of Tanlac for all the rive six doses will break .
other mdirmeg or case, end
of the Kissimmee
't Gazette, and C. W. lx small nnd shine, than to be greet ;
if ..
and health resorts in the i a tonic the Fever will not
Ward, at one time head of the iHHton country and cast a hn ,
Land Company. They arc making! an put together"Tanlac desire most of all for work here Jlhr.t C.olllol.Dd! does not frlpe or sickea. 2Se

automobile tour of the east coast from is sold exclusively in Kis- though small in comparison with what Best
Jacksonville and will remain in the Rimmee by J, Z. Roberson and in St. Value on Earth .'
others do, we can, as a C. E. song .
Cloud the .
city as guests at the Lake Park Hotel Pharmacy.Adv. says, "Shine for Jesus."

for a few days. ,

"Mr. Ward is known as tho man who -- !
One of the newest societies Lake
. probably sold more land than any City Presbyterian sent a splendid delegation I

other man in Florida. His record is The following resolutions were to DeLand convention their I

said to have been the selling of more adopted by the Ladies' Aid nnd Missionary pastor, Rav. A. 'E. Spencer, bringing; ""

than 4,000,000 acres. He, is thoroughly Societies of the Presbyterian over a number of happy young peoplein I S3.5O
conversant with the lands in ,
church Kissimmee Florida: his car. Mr. Spencer, though; a newcomer
Beach county and is a staunch believerin in Convention cit Jec. took
Whereas, it has pleased God in His ; so
the Everglades as a farming section infinite wisdom and love to call home well that he was chosen State Quiet >#
with brilliant future."The .
"; a our beloved friend and sister. Mrs. ... -:-
noted visitor is also
a strong
Margaret Eva Kochenderfer, who
r booster for good roads and in a state
passed away April 29, 1916, therefore
ment last night said that hd believed ,

that; good( roads would do moro for the be resolved That we bow in humble submission IN GEORGIA H. C. STANFORD COMPANY' ,

development of Florida! than any other -
to the
'' will of our Heavenly
one thing He particularly inquired Father. Sufferers Rescued Swiftly After Hope
about the progress that was 40 Had Faded and Long Treat. ".s
being That
9 trade in the promotion,of the 'cross- 2. in her death our Aid and ments Failed.' t.4 iA ... "It ... "A t:... t:... "I. ...,'\I. il'
Missionary societies have lost a faith Sufferers all over the state of Georgia
estate from .
highway this city to the '
ful and valued member whose counsel have found a ready deliverance ,
Lee county line, the route for which - ;
and service will be greatly missed., from the ills of stomach troubles peculiarly
'ts 1 now beingsurveyedunder), the direction 3. That common in the south. Ttr
bear ,
we testimony to the "
Remarkable stories of health ,
of C.;IL RugglesJ: the countyu regained '-
; patience and Christian fortitude which are told by hundreds who have y j i(

surveyor characterized our sister during her last used Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. It Ernest AmosAn The of the
e .Mr. Ward said that he believed world
that '
( suffering/ illness, to her faith in God. it a remedy with a record. The firstdose eyes
Such a highway across the everglades is always proof to any stomach
and Man for
resignation to the Father'swillwith Experienced
was very'essential toward the development sufferer who tries it. It is, quick.
of that which ahe met his dispensation Here are what two users say: STATE COMPTROLLERYOUR ,
territory-and that he
? REV. J. POWELL, Statesboro. Ga.-: the who
-wm convinced Palm Beach STATE AUDITOR FOR 12 are on man
county 4. That we extend to her family our -"I just escaped the operating table.Now .
would profit :.!ly by the I YEARS.): KNOWS THE WORKOF
very gre' opening heartfelt sympathy in their affliction, I can eat what I please. wouldbe ,I
t up of this wonderful farming sec glad if everybody suffering with COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE
; tion. praying that they may experience the stomach trouble could. learn of your THOROUGHLY, FROM ACTUAL
abiding and comforting of "
"Mr. Harris and Mr. Ward the presence remedy. EXPERIENCE. I WILL APPRE-
were our Heavonly Father, and the consola- SALISTA THOMAS 55 La France
roans yesterday of T. J. Campbell, tion of the Holy Spirit in their sorrow St., Atlanta, Ga.-"I have taken your CIATE YOUR VOTE.

county tax collector, who attempted, and remedy five weeks. It has done me (lald Advertisement. )
bereavement; much I feel like I know 'SAVES'I
through the intermittent showers to good hardly I
show them of the 6. That a copy of these resolutionsbe my strength-my appetite is fine."
interesting sent to the family, that they be recorded Mayr's Wonderful Remedy: gives '
} places about the city. in the minutes of the Ladies' permanent results for stomach, liver
and intestinal ailments. Eat as much
.. '! ESOLUTION ADOPTED.The Aid and Missionary Societies, and that and whatever you hlfe.: No more dis-

they be published in the Kissimmee tress after eating, pressure of gas in
following resolution was adopted Valley Gazette. the stomach and around the heart. pAUSE for a moment, young man

unanimously at the meeting of May MRS. M. C. BANDY. Get one bottle of your druggist now
::11. 1916: MRS. E. P. CALDWELL, and try it on an absolute guarantee a thought to self. The
if not satisfactory money will be refunded -
Resolved, that the DeLand Woman's MRS.,,;J. W. MILLER, I ? problems that confront '

Chirstian: Temperance Union, through Committee.The .' For gale by J. Z. Robertson and all We carry all the you now, or 1

4 the press, thank the members of the other reliable druggists. eadlntc and standn -* 'will a few years 'hence.
re] varieties that'have
banquet committee of the Florida Board of Trade of Bradcn- been tested j

Press Association: for striking wine town has launched a movement fora ,e and known to be ,$

from the menu at their recent conven- municipally} owned City Park. 1 oil adapted and climate to our Look about yon-the men of affairs in country, slate, nation-jes,

tion'banquet held at Kissimmee. For /srediate 1vs cmm .w sal the world, are the men who started to san early in'life. ,I'I'fa

MRS. J. LEE McCRQRY. President The foundry of the Peninsular Congress, re.t of all the

ETTA G.. HARRIETT, Secretary. Iron Works at Lakeland is rearing r Q need.seasonable crop They Lave the respect sod confidence of the community.

3 '* completion. ADVERTISED Then leok on the other side at the fellows "'
LETTERS- over forty mon when running. PFJ"1OrtrTS' who spend all tl y

.. [ LAKE NO. 1 CAROLINA NORTH /l .sake-they may hsve n food time for a while, but wiat does tfc :3r

United States Postoffice, Whenever You Need a Genera Tooic '" and the Small personality reflect '

i Kissimmee. Fla, May 15, 1916 Take Grove's of Crop.B p anl.h Two
1 letters The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless I -- A doDar or deposited in this
Advertised for the woek end so bank will be Ikenucleus .
chill Tonic
equally as n Millet
ing May 29, 1916: General Tonic because it contains the SanfordR. I Ih4 Hnrmim Roirarnr of an honorable, independent career. .',

p Batie, Gordon; Guess, Allen; lIar- well known tonic pl'opertJeaofQUININBaDd ORA"Weed' 'HIT Rhode DAM. Make year begin ing sow-today. Your

rell, Mrs Willis; Holmes. W. F.; EIder IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives I Ornftn, Chuffta. bank book wiO the
out Malaria, Brricbee the Blood and ( 'anl..t) Cow PEAS. KnfTtrCorn. pave way. '
Larders; Lockwood E. F. Reed 4
4' ; Builds up the WLtole System. so cents. VRI.VWT 'r/
J. G.;. Ryan. Pat; Sylvester, Mrs. I BRAN*. Uplandnnd
Lowland Seed
Baehael.'f --- ------ --- -- -

x B. B. SIMPSON, Postmaster TOMATO PLANTS tLIv1.K.t.a S t ateBank.

A proposition hi well under way to s.d tae
complete what is known as "The Ock- S. FLOYD .I... Beer

e' . lawaka "Project," In Lake of KissimmeeCapital
county, by "Writ u* /forwotklv y ;1
r, bonding the district Interested should price Hat on
Dealer In Field Seed (Train
government aid fail Poultry .Fee<1 and9unniles. stockResenrcoi ----------________ 1._________1100,000.00

.. \ a Our de- ever ------____ _ __ _
\ . r' crlptlve catalogs -- ------- 400000.00
t ... Withstand Groceries Nay Grain and
Strove the Heat ofSummer Feed rrN on request.uimmrootTiTfUD.
fi. .. Bet tor Hun the Weak < Officers iud Director jC.

a r corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. i Naks.v'... M1'. A. CARSON Prot J. M.;LEE.,Vie Prat, ;: J '?

enabled to RO through' the depressing ,; ii t 'S M. KATZ. tad Vt ,.'Pro.t I'?
beat of summer by taking regularly t w r CSEA. '
; Try Us oti Your Next Order'Por I
tGrove'.TuteleuehilLTonic.< purifies Feed ARTIN SEE 'CJACKSONVI ROMA THOMAS,;Chier .,

sad enriches' the blood and builds np rFtd.s oA. .
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IDAY,, MAT 19. l.lfr ., tRI!: KISSlMMBt 'VALLEY GAZETTE ,'- :'PAGE It,


the second part to furnish' to' .Ud fearty I I For United States Berator-t>ne, you -.m., hare against the estateof Complaint died In this cag..that lhRespondent 'I

of the second part electricity. to the For Representative In Congress.Fourth. J..t B. Kocnenderfer, d.C..d. In this C.L who. are '
W R. WHEELER DIES extent of the capacity of the City's grresslonal District-One. .. C.unty., .., heretnbelow named are whose : Select Choice
present plant, to-wlt: ONE HUNDRED For Justices of tire, Supreme Court- undersigned. executors of said ..t..l. residences, citizenship .p.on.". areunknown "e'l fn
AND N1NKTY-KIVK (11I11) .KIUOWATS Two. : within Two vean from the date, to the Complainants and
GHATTAHOOCHIE and In addition jiuch power. a. will be For Oovf'rnor-One. Dated, May. I. A. n. 1916. that relief la to the said suit i [ and
necessary (or the openallon of the city's For Secretary of .StteOtle.For M. ayalnst themrIT Lot Aaeae

pump. to be Installed as hereinafter setout Attorney G.n..raln.> U.-. HUTSON. IS THEREJOR1 ORDERED : MRS.
for the total sum of TEN THOU. For Comptroller One. That. Royal and Clara I J ,
of HAN!) DOLLARS < For "Ireasurer-Ofle. \ C.-awford. J.rr.ll: . wife and Edwin fl. n..8
Friends W. R. Wheeler who was num, payable monthly.IIO.OUO.OU! ) per an.. For State Superintendent' . of Public .\lo"n., '* for Executors. I0-tt ked and CelIa HaskelL. his wife 608 Pn S. S. Ksuimm 'I.

for a number of years' resident ofKlmimmee 1. 'It Is further understood and n..lrueUon-Om' charles H. Andrew. and Josephine An. I .4

BRrM> the party first part.when For Commissioner of. AgricultureFor N4>TlriS Ol" UKAI.KI) niltH'OX rews. Mm 1 ouKlasaand .
and Osceola will d.otll.tq tr.t . 1 --
county On. I..XI,
by party of the ASJ'ltai.T HOADH. Minnie I* 'OI : 1I.W ... regret to learn of his death-ai the econd part. shall Install such new Railroad CommiasionerOne.For C. Chapman If
... may be. necessary. and to be Adjutant tieneral-One. Notice Is borel.y given that sealed .h. be married THE
Sumps .
State' Asylum in Chattahoochie. this by party of the second part For Assistant State"t-on.State Auditor- On". bids will be received by the Board. of Company a Florida Corporation and rLRIDAtEAPC '
earn to conform to the requirements For. Plant Investment Company, a Connecticut ,
County Commissioners of Osceola Coun
week. Mr. Wheolcr who the Circuit Court.
a''car- I Juditeof
was For
of the Southeastern Underwriters' Tar- ty, in., Juno- II. A* 1016.on Corporation, be and they are
II!' Association Rules and R *Kulatlunafoe 4I..v..nth Judicial Circuit-One.- 'II IIW..o hereby required I Ib !> und to
,pentcr hero until ho lost his mind some < 'Vor Htate'a Attorney. Seventh JudlOUr Sttto road bidders :haute appear METAL
the fu'rnls.hlnfr of all water to t said wide and 111 'Id.., the lilll 'of Complaint filed In this _
4.. :' twelve years) ago. -and his afflictionwas City of Klsslmmee I I during the life) (,7t..l. ('ircuit.4)na.For Nineteenth. Senatorial For .J..lf..aU.n.( I sea f..1 .Cause In Iho. /court a''r..nld. on orbefore _CEILINGS '
. State Senator. Mondnv..the firth day'.of June _ ,
contract that said pumps shall b<> Court Florid I '
!greatly regretted by all who knew l td"d: Clty'a property. and at lietrtct-4)U4i.State House of .1i.I E. U..RSi.RY. fhalrman-. A. I>. 1916. Otherwise the bill of Com- CULBERTS SHINGLES
him. The body wa< brought here a by the City I For Member 0 Attest: J. OVKRSTREET : plaint will. In duo course of law htaken I
Councll.&nd to maintain and keep In repair Sl-St L Clerk. .aa confessed against the saidRespondents AND
of RegistrationFor OTHI'R3HEET
for burial in Rosehill and For Supervisor .
Wednesday cemclpry. operate said pumps; without .i ._
widow additional_expenseto the party of thenecotid Judlr.--on.. i IT IS PURTHISRORDKRRD THAT METAL .
leaves and five For
a pAYt. said pumps to Immediately this order, vl. .week. .
I F County Prosecuting AttorneyOne. NOTICE) OK Alnn TIt4TOH e published once a
be and become the of the >r 1 '
children. property City 11011 VEAL for eight eOh..uU". Weeks In the BUILDING
ttt Klsslmmee and to be paid fun In fivegunloia"mental ..11'1.001 Ktsslmmea a weekly
.. with Interval on the I For fIIh..rUr-On. : published O".U.... of general e "I.,
For Clerk of the Circuit Court- IY( COI'RT OK TIIHTOUKTV newspaper
'v 4MIIII II II I MM MllllllllLegal defercAd payments at the rate of six One. .. STATE OF KI.OHII1A ,' .I'naR circulation\ In the 'City of Klsslmmet>, warn TOOATrMCATALOOUtl ._ .' 'y.
cent per annum. p..1 For County Assessor. of TaXI J3n*. I (01'' XTr. Count" of Osceolaan Stale of Flor QIJOTAIJOWSJACkZOHVlLLt..e.rLA.)
1. It Is further understood and '
B( For County Tan Collector-One. I. re Kn s- that In Jhe event It shall become nec..1 For County Superintendent. of Pub. Notice Is hereby to whomIt WITNESS 'THFI HONORABLE .
aary; to furnish to the parly of the sec He Instruction-One. may llven. .. l .I day. of JAlE9V.. Judce of the ,
.I' I ond'par( a greater volume of currentthan For County Commissioner, District .. : I. shall apply t ..ppnKIN8 .. as Clerk --n.-
: : Advertisements herelnabove agreed upon, the par. i No. l.-n... the Honorable T. U1 Juiiire thereof and the f....1 of the said Circuit \
of furiilsh
ty diet part agrees to sninc For County Commissioner District said Court .. Judge of Probate, for my Court at Klsslmmee, OsceolaCounty
at the rate of FOUR CENTS' (4 cental 2-One. final dlni-harire as Administrator the on this the lIst day.
Mil i I a I M I I I I I IMMNOT1CK a kllowiUt tor all ao furnished In excess ".- N'n County Commissioner" Plstrlct estnn of Rosfelhn r Pearson, deceased ; of March'Iorlela. 1916. Joe .E Johnston

of said agreed ,amount. No. 3-Sine. and that at the same time I will pre (Ct. Ct. R..I. J. L. OVEnSTMSKT. ,
TO CHKUITUK9. 4. The party of the flrKt part furthercovenants For County Commissioner DistrictDistrict sent to stOut Court my final accountsas As Cr..ult Court aforesaid.By III
and agrees In furnish to theCity Administrator of said and JAMES .
IN THK COI'KT (>K TIIH COfiS'TVJUIHKl. of Klsslmmee. called herein the No.. 4One.For diuniy Commissioner ask. for their aproval. estate Aa >0INSTON. I ,
MTATtO OK 14IAIIIDA.OCIC4LA party of the eecond such. men. toOtteOd I..put CI.rk. "
part No. 5-One.\ Dated March 8th. A.: P If IB. Johnston A nnrrett. 15-8t CITY ENGINEER ,

I. re Rstate. .l albrIdg.t'' tioned as the shall pumps be herein required beforemen bv .thei4otthenatern -'' For .County Member 8urvr'or--One.of School Hoard District A. E. IROUOUT.UoRm6mo. . Aa CoUnai-l for Complainant. ','
For .
To all Creditors. 14gaui&N, Uivtrlbuteesand Underwriters Tariff Asaortatlon'a .
all 1'ecsons huvlns; Clftlma or Ooniunds rules regulations I and No.Member hone.For of School Board pistrlct : J.
aKalnst ai.TIIAT4mtfr'or I Surveying and :' '
You and each of you are bereby'iio. tlltod and rrgiilred to present; any clatmuittid contract men nml mate- No. 3.4)no.For ('..aal'. I.' fbasieerr, .
demands whlolr you. or eitht-r1 o( rtaln whenever same be necessary for Coinmltteeman I Districtlilatrlct -, !. Court of Coe>ty J..ige. K you may haw HKaliiat' the estate of El- repair or extension work for actual. No.1-On.County.. I Charles'. C'.... Complalnaat. FlorIda )."... (' Draftng : -I
bridge Ubby deceased lute of Osceola cost u..r..r. plus TEN PKHCKNT < luper. 5.Fannie. ;
County Florida, to the undersigned Kxfcutrlx '" ....nO. the cost of labor to lie .....tIma No.For 2One.,.c'nunty' Commltteemnn I, I':. Case, Defendant,' I. rr K"t... of "".d..lrk 58. ...... ....
of ..atti .-"tIIt.. within two"year. ted strictly. upon! actual. I time employed For County. Commit teemun. District. Notice Is hereliy Klven 'to wh",
from the datL- hereoi.bati.d upon the city's I work. It npuearlnir l>y appendedto It m..onc..rn.. thnt on the XOth day
No. 3-One. ,"lda.1
May lit* h. A. II. 116.KTHKI. 6 The party of the lint part'. furS her- For County Commit tee man. District i the I.Ill I ft led In ..-at uteri of iw-tjilipr. A 11. ? shall apply :
.. "KARR "tare covenants and aizrces to 4-One. cause lint Fnnnlo K. Case, the defendant to Hie ifonoruijif '1'. lfIIllu Judge l ,
_2I9t lOxtcutrlx.MOTICK keep the present electric light. No For County Commit teeman. District therein mimed. Is a nonresident of of ....I Court ns for S.11.BUftOCK.
and power ,planti I of the said No. II-In... the State of Florida and Is a resident my discharge .ns ..
FOIL |'VUIICATJ4. nurtv of the second part In first For County Commit teeman Plstrlc : of the i 1'.1..1011......", nnd II over the of the of Shadrlck M. Chandler, i
class condition during the term of this r.0.6-"n... aire of ".nl.n. years ; Is there- deceased : that nt the same time Ii
Department of tke laterlar V. M.Ultlre Lead contract, and repair. any clamaKe" caused1'llher For CiMinty Commltteeman.No. District Tore alid nonresident dereiuliint will present ,. snld Court my final accounts :
.. < .I".u Illr. Klqrlda, directly or Indirect I hv It. thepnrtv .. 7-< me.For I... .nnd Is hereby 1'en.ulreil I toappear as Administrator of said estate, I Iand REAL ESTATE .
May 18. 111141. of the first part ordinary depreciation Com..III..all. DlatrlctDistrict In the bill of "OII.ln' filed In ask for their I I
County .
Serial .Mioahrr. OK I SB. .and damage b)' the ,elementa cx- No. fc-One? mild cause on or before Monday, theSSth Dated Apri Srd. /ppr..v..l.t S I
..I'l..d. For County Commit i teeinan. da\- of Mav. A. l>. .1 nl R. otherwisethe \V.V.. OHANmKR. msTuiTANC'EExamination '
Notice Is lioreliy (Clvcn.that John H. Ow-ns. of lA,kose.. Fbi Ida. who. on all by. and' between the parties hwretii For "Vmnty Cnminlttcenian. District. us ronfi-sseil h)' a"i 'f.I."t. .
AuKiist 1U lull ma.le% Homvstpad Kntry that this com met shall continue and No 10-ln.. It Is' further ordered, that this order -
No. tHU 85. for S!:', of rK! >A Sec. 23 ; lots. be of force. for a period of KIVKYKARN For Justice of p''nc... District No. be[ published once a week for eluhtconsecutive ): i.KAtn TO of Titles aSpecialty' .
M<-cllon Xfi ; nnd .v K. % nf Nl 14. Section 16 years) from I the date herenf. 1--011". weeks In the KlsolmmeeVillley : II'UI IA\I SILL
26, Township VI tyiuth. HUDKIS4 KHIII.TallHhassc with the privilege to the party of the For Justice of pence..For District No. nnxette. n newspaper" i published I.
I : : MerldlHii: lisa: tiled: notice of second pnrt of renewal for an additionalp t-one. I In snld I County *ttu! Stnte.I ... In th'at > the
Intention to make roof. lutBtabllsri 1..1.| | as follow. until certain tlinlier . This March 29th. 1D1A. Nol. hereby KlVen n .
: ll\e-year i> < justice. of p. ... . District No. .. ol A. l>. 1916, 1 will
I estimated".nt 46.noO.Miii( feet l h > .1. 1... OVERjrrnKRT.Ct ) l.y.
I I'liilm i l > the lutul ulMtv<- deacrlbid > ijuw i ltiKfill 30n.. '
to l T. M. .
before Clerk of Circuit ('ourt. ,I.the party of the flrnt |iart.n\ exhausted For Delegate. at Large to the Nntliinnl ( Ct. ..nt Clerk Circuit Caurt.OHItT.tN apply| Jolwrahl. for lurPhly.Iounty :
KlBslinmee. 1'I.i. I.Ia. the 29th same IM-IIIK approxlmatelx. I four PLEIHISIt.Solicitors I .
at i>ll diiyof Ci>nvcn t..011'-" "ur. I County. Htiiti- of Florida, at his office orrsDondence.Solcited.
Jo,,... I'.llfi ,-eli in from the expiration. of this I con For 1 lii-lfKnlr to III,. Natlnnnl i Cnnleiitlnti for Com|>lalnnnt. 15-8t ''In KlHfflimtifp, In said County. for an
Claimant as wllnc-Bscs: Irai-t. fn.m the Fourth ColtRreanlon- ..,. iiulhorlzliiK as Junrdlan of
J M I 1.x..1 UokoHi-e Ilorldti.. 7 It IH further III'I-Ih' utidfiHtoocIanil .1..1
lilstrtctTwo C'IT'hn'OF Alnil i'r:
4). W "'..rl I h.. nf. Ioki.KiK)' nf the first I nl For: Member of National I DemocratloOiniiiiltti % ATII. iilixl.I> II. I to rrlcknon Hell at private a person sale of unsound th. folnwlnu Robert Riedel Co.
II. I 1',1"\1.. B."c. Flot 1(10.. pint Hhnll 1. J. KerlK', nf K.-IIMIIMV .lite.. l'"hil, (liln. tin party, or the second part IIH its Hole For Presidential-I I I .-i-lora. -Six.Fur . Court .if the C., iin., .Jutlice. Htalettt ;I : oroperty helonirlnir l to theBtnte .
... .. ( t'tiunty.fste KiilllCItT KAVIS. liNer In 111.Cltv "r KlFBlnini\ not, will 1 StiitiKxecutln. CommMteeman "I.rl. II i tin- right title and Interest ofnid WORK
22-51. RtlBl< | .-r tile pnlty of the ni'Ht .putt ,,I tt'tlllt I 1 toHell. -.4 House Bills FlilskWinJouf
_-. - .. IIIIFor- I.: t.f llnrryThnrmsB.. .. ward In and to the following de- a Specialty.
"I\' C nr furnlKli to an> ttidl\ Ulunl I .
fiinnr HNliinnl I ("Ollllnlll"'I\I..II.t
< In the of
rllM'il estate County
fly THIC ( OF H.\ll> COITRT II-H
ItFI'(liii' OK Till.; < O'\ DITtO' OK THKKIIINT hrm ""- eoi-ll..t-Htioi In *nl.,1 l "-lt\ itnycuiK'iit h"ui 1'1 h .'liii.("r.. ...I".1001..11"1, u "... \.i I'RM. JI'I"JJ. . ':td.'l has nitplied (ccolH, itt ate of : and Door From... WindovL
KTATIIINK.: .' Kens Illr.Klurlda. or except. tlutt luiiiuiiih*;i ito J'iorld. to-wi
>< power
tisl'I| I IIM ii lid di-iks or to thin Court for KohtdTB, or Administration Lots( numbered .. ofltI.'ek and Door Screen.
In tkf "'tIal. uf Klrlil. .( the the city nnd such cuiient'" n ml |i..iwtran A 'i>iilhteil l to R'-r'int .,,1.1 prlninryvillinuH with will annexed on the 81(1 i of the Town of 8t. Cloud.
t'luse vf llu.l.e.p. May 1st. i1.iitItea..triea IIIHV be ni'cenHary for the tieratlon| eleatl'in t for the l-l..Ttloll dintriets etnt.c of HarryV.. Tburmnn. deceased. This 24th day of April. t 916. : Shop 216: ReaMeP.ce 237DarUncton
of th..rlo"" plantH fnctoilts antl Industries follllWHPrecinct UfcHRlCKSAN. Freight Depot .
1141 flit" of nf Osceoln A. T. Ae Ne.t -
of the party of the first .... .1.1 ;
l' N.'. 1. Kl lmmee-J. K.lyupfer Tii.ue '. therefore to rite anti admonish 8-5t Guardian. .
l..oall" on Ufa Kxtulv .u t 110 0(1Ixians ( H. N. llrntton midV.. n. H..,,- -- -
nJl nnd slnKular tho kindr.'danti
on Collateral Security X. It Is furthermore expressly; understood kin.. Inspectors und. "'. T. Mnklnson, creditors of said. deceased to be ,
otht-r than ",'al ..:..I.'u.. 11.664 49 and agreed bv and ( t\ e -ii I the
All other l.oitns and llscounts parties. hereto that the party' of the first p'reclnct No. 2. Shlnirle P.. and appear before this Court on or before DR J. A. TROV1LL10N. -

_u_ ____ __"_uu-"-_- S.OSI Ov. part acquires nti Intert-M io ha lsov.'r I.. Tlson. J. H. Joiner anil tt. C. Brmison; the mih day of May. A. D. 1916, Specialist In
and nle. I If
_ 19 4JItanklnit the electric light and plant of the objections any they have ALAN J.
Klraltn ' power IiiKpectors. and A. H. Fox.. .Clerk.Preilnct to the granting nf letters of Adminis.tralion CANCER GOITRE AND- .
Kurnltuir and said City of Klsslmnieo. rightor H. ti MacDNOUGt
House nor any No. 3. Caml.b'II-H. TUMOR
Fixtures __. __________... 4.884 30 Interest In the. poles wires, lines.machinery nier. H. K. Drown arid J. "'. Collins. estate, with otherwise will the annexed.same. on will said begranted Cue them without cuttn
I Hanks 4.621 66 or any part or parcel of thef.rolueri Clerk.
Iue from Incorporated 0 Inspectors and J. A. Hronson. AND vhem out
to said John S. Cadel or to
Checks and Kxchantces' for .' of said city nor any right or reclnct No. 4, St. CloudLYfiniougherty ; v ORLANDOFLORIDA '
Clearing -._ -_ uuu__ 25 85fash franchise for the1 use of the city'sstreets / T. N. Farr and RalphReynolds same other fit person or persons.Witness .
on I I USExpenses for the distributing of electric Inspectors, and Harry Uoss, my name as htrhul1 h EGIN l-fmo
of <
the aforesaid
: d'T x;. o-i.- idua County BRONSON FLA.
US current or power nor the right of use *]erk1'reclnct. tiny of A. D. 1910. BD. K1IMMKK.
or any such the limiteduse Apri.
property except No. BPeer Park-PeterRaulerson.
Total __u_. -__--_ __---- I25.32r21l.IabllItSea. of the city's electric Hunt .and powermant N. H. Blount and W. M. 18-6t(SEAL: ) T. 11. MURPHY. .
ns hereinafter set out. And except Avant Inspectors. and III.V.. Simmons. I;
Capital Block raid In ----____IU.OOO 00 the further right of party of first part Clerk.l'recinct C. 1?. THRASHERSHEE7
Inuivldual Urposlts Subject to to erect If.1',7t: and run wires from Its No. ft K..nan..vlh.-A. E. ,
Check ---- -- TBO ISCashier's plant to ; plant for the purpose Ra..... 8. H. F..rilc and It. V. Phillips. CITATION METAL. WORKER'
Checks. Outstanding 1,1X1 05tiro. of furnishing current and power. Inspectors and Randolph Young; .
I. .. When
.. Karnlngs _____u_____ 1,11 III agreed t. It that Is furthermore hrr.r Ol understood: first part and C lerkPrecinct. No.7. B""lntJ..r-C.. Ceert Florida f Ike, OMevlB( .ty Judge.Ce..ty"State< el you buy._ Mee Kooff Pml on mnj "

Total ------.. ___--_____--_116.1X5 XI shall have .. of limited l u eof HIIII.rd.V.. W, Chandler and CB: Estate r Dels ( cI..I'
$' tte of Florida. County of O....ola. s<: the ..It)''. electric light and power Raulerson.. Inspectors and .1..8. Un. BY THE e r"- a 'FHONK 14.3IMM .
> plant In the event of boiler explosionor .lU"P ) COURTWhereas n
1. A. I... HUNT. Vice-President .. the a derbill. Clerk.
Ann Oraham hai
above-named Bank do solemnly irwear other unavoidable accident which Precinct No. 8. Narcoossee-if. H. BREADAsk
applied to this Court for
that the above statement I. true to the would render It I Impossible to operatethe Hull. R. L. Evans and M. L. Tlndall Administration Lt..r ol o .
the estate .
best of my knowledge and belief. plant of the party of the first part Inspectors. and C. B. Buckley, Clerk.Precinct Oraham. on
X' U HUNT Vice-President.: this privilege to oe accorded<< and exercised No 9. Loko..e-A. C. Gan deceased late of said County '

.. Correct. -Attest! by the party of the first p..rt.. non. 0. W. Fertlc and F. M. Edrts., Inspectors. or O.ceol... are; therefore .to and admonish fo the BEST DR W. W. Cor .

however, only-In of el. .
-.A.L.HUNT case extreme necessity and R. E.) Willis, Clerk.Precinct all and singular kindred . .
M> M.' HM1TH. Directors. for such limited period ai No. 10. Mulberry Sink-C. .
Inh. and creditors of said diceased to band W .
Subscribed and sworn. to before me absolutely required to repair T. SullivanMl\ L. Co" and J, W Camp .. before this Court : it E-crrCroctr tcIUtt DENT' I
Is llth of May lilt. plant of party of the first part wtlh the' and P. J. Dalley .p..r on or a. _
} _* day' 'bell. Inspectors before 19th of :
day May A. D. .r PllUy Buildta "
exercise of due diligence. . 1L. ," l
!)!, .( J. H. BAAS, Notary Public. Clerk 116. and file Om ,
.: 10. It Is furthermore mutually understood ord.r..d' .dav. of obJectun. If any they " / Done and this 2nd have to the .... 0. K. BAKERY .: -111 f" .
..n.dL airreed! that the_ contractnereoy : May. .A. D.1 1.,, at Klsslmmee. Flor. Administration Irantlnl .. Lt., otherwise ol-: Offlee. 'Phone It* 1ld..e. .P.- .
PROCLAMATION entered into ylr.nftr: TU1- Ida. the same will be granted to said Administered
partand E. LESLET.
A. Teeth -
Of $..-lal Elertlesi f.. the. Peir...* .f THE CITY OF KISHIMMEE of the. Chairman Board of County CommlsAtt'e fit Jackie Ann Graham or to some other E NEE,
second part Is not assignable by cither perflon or pereone. .
Retirrlsis er Hejertlsw Peatraet t w Witness '
of the parties hereto and said contractmay sItTr"j. .. my name as County Judge Me.D SNt. .
the tfmrmlmMmm e f Klertrfeltr I. tket'ltr : I. OVERSTREETb..rk. of the
County aforesaid this the 14th
of KII.... by" .... Tswkernrirk be terminated oy the party of the 20-6t dav of April, D.
Censpesiy.' second part In the event of the bankruptcy A 11. .
or Insolvency of the said party GEO. F. PARKER
I of the. first part, or In the further event MAHTKH'B. SALE.Notice 18-tt County Judge .
Under. and by virtu. of the authority that a majority of the paid up stock In . ATORNEY.AT-L
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vested In me by 'the following. Resolu. said company. party or the first part. Is hereby given' that pursuantto I. Circuit Court of the HeTeutB Judicial 0... . . . ... . . ... ,... ,
tlon of the Council of the City of KUslmmee getsInto, the hands of or under the to a flnul decree ,rendered, by the ('lr.1 e r the Kate of Florida Collections and Conveyane.aSpecialties .
towlt: control of persons other than liona tide Honorable JamesV.. ,,, klna. Judge, of for ( ...... C....,.J M. TILLER *
RKHOI.UTION.Whereas residents of Osceola County Klorldn. the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judlclnl I.M CI'ANt "Y. ?
the Tucker Hrlck Company 11. It Is furthermore understood and Circuit of the State of Florida.In \
has offered to enter Into a contract with agreed that the party of the second part And for OHceoln County. In Chnn- (rarstes. Hotel ( .. ..,.. a FloridaC'orporatloB 111 l-S Broadway
\ the City of Klnslmrnee' for the furnlsh- will! hold the party of the first part. free wry on the 4th day. of May A. D. 191B ComplalBsat. Real state Agency.flsaaaflaaaflaflnfl .
Inv of electricity to cold NI'l'o.", the and blameless. for Injury to any property In the foreclosure case i>f Helen N. ,. SUIT TO terms and for tire. period ;: .. let or Individual by renson of th. negllgentie Hrnlnerd and Kstella M. "".w"I* Nnnlll Kloplds llellroad L'OBipaBy, .8 ...
forth In the annexed copy of contract. of the said parly of i the second It. R. Itlenls and Mary Ixuilse .I_ He.ponJesit..
THEIIF.FIUE. i><* it Resolved that the part or its agents, or through; an-y said form of contract and the full terms. In the poles, wires line or Mauler In Chancery, on the Houses T. M RIVERS M. D. .
thereof be submitted to the qualified erty of said party of the second "rol'-j. Unit Monday In June the same being TO ALL \VHOM IT MAY COMCPHN: rente
electors of the city of KlaslmtneK, who within the limits of said. city nf the Rth day of June.A.. D. 1916. and a It appearing from the t BI of Taxes Title verified PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
are freeholders In said city to be ratified me. except upon such property In ..uaidcity legal sale day between the hours of Complaint, filed In this cause and .
and .confirmed or rejected by a majority as 1 Is owned by or under the control 11 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m.. at theta are pP"on.. Interested In the for non-residents. \Offlca over Osceola Pharmacy
of .laid electors actually the front door of the Court house In property In this suit other -
duly qualified of said party of the first liarS It being Phone Residence (I
voting In said election and that the the Intention hereof that. the said partyof Klsslmmep.I Osceola County Florida.wIll.olTer than the known Respondents, and that Fire. Life and Accident In I Office 141.
form of contract be published together the first part shall be able for any for sale to the highest i and the name of such persons so Interested .
with the notice of election.Hec. ,damage to property JOT. Injury' to Individual best bidder for .cash the collowtnir described are Complainant: surance.
: 1. The form of Ballot to bO!' usedat upon the property owned ..y or property situated In Osceola and that e lrnltltOpry'd In the said Indemnity Bond
said election shall be substantially. as tinder. Its control. county and State of Florida: Kill of the said Unknown O. F. KRIBBB W. .7. BTKmTD
I at the northeast. cornerof Respondents ,
( I : II. It la further covenanted and BeRlnnlnK :
"oKKlCIAt) RALtATT -QF SPECiAL: 'agreed by the party of the second part Block "W" of Matthews addition to IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED That t..o...... . . . .. .. . .
ELECTION FOR THE PURPOSE OF that It .will pay to the party of the 'first the Town of Klsslmmee City. run w."tolle al parties.. claiming Interests In and KRIBBS I STEED
RATIFYING OR RBJKCTINQ CONTRACT part the sum of TEN THOlsANI DOLARH hundred (IOC' ) feet: thence south described real property ,
I FOR KURNIKHINO OF EL.RCTRIC1TY (I10.ft00.00)' a year payable. seventy-five (7D) feet thence east one situated In the of Osce ATTORNEYS AT LAW '
TO THE CITY OK K188IM- monthly on. the last of each calendar hundred ((100) feet: and thence northseventyfive ola and State of l b t.OOOOOO. ... ....44444..
MEl I1Y THE TUCKER PRICK COM- month upon the faithful performanceof (76) feet, to the place of That part of -
I'ANY. the terms and conditions herein by of the South Florida RailroadCompany's Legal business of all kinds girt

Make a cross mark (X) before the party of the. first Part. during the continuance 'F antednThls the 4th day of May 1916. Survey of the town of prompt attention.
question of your choice. of this contract.IN LEE JARHELL Klsslmmee City, described ap follows -
VOTE FOR ONE. i WITNESS WHEREOF. the parties Special Master : | c. w. GRIFFIN bfflees. 11 and 11 State Bank

In favor Qf entering Into contract for hereto have by their proper officers set KRIDBH & STKED. Bounded on the Northwest by Klaslmmee Florida.Pat ,
the furnishing of electricity to the City their hands and seals the day and rear Hoi I cltors for Complainant. 25t Broadway on the Northeast .
of Klsslmmee by Tucker Brick Corn- first above 'written.In I by Dakin avenue, on the Southeast

pan)'. the Presence of: :x 21-41 MASTKIPS SALIC. b. TohopekallKa, Street on theSouthwest Staple arid Fancy
Against entering Into contract for the by I'ossell avenue-being '
furnlshlna of electricity to the city by Notice Is hereby given that pursUant ; a tract of. land Three Hundred .obn.tol a. p. Oejrrett
Tucker Brick Company. NOTICE OF S4I.K. to rendered by the Feet wide by Three Hundred and
Unanimously passed In open session alennl m ccrv. Perkins, Judge one-half feet deep. I G JOHNSTON A GARRETT )

this 10th May. 11I111., I. the. Ce.. .ty ('..r.. .. ..* f., Oi....- of the Circuit of the SeventhJudicial The said lands lying; In Oovernment -
J. W. THOMPSON. .!l. (. ....,., Slat of Klorlda. Circuit of the State of Florida.In I Lot Four of Section I Twentytwo OCERIE -.;
President of the Council. and for Osceola county In Chancery l In ATORNEY.AT.LW

Approved this 10th day olt."r A. D. Rssll Mark ..* Krsieet M.ek.. _- ....- the A. n.: South, Range rnTne'tn of Offices 10 11. and 12 CiUiejns
191 H. ere dolsur ...1...., as MacS a.....- 191 *: I'nI (ulr.lclrultalr W. S. Tallahassee ; In Free Delivery to all Parts ,. .
Mayor of the City of Klaalmmee. era. I'leJatlflTe, Oulce vs. Sclplo r".n. Car Osceola County Florida. Building ,
I I. H. R. May. Mayor of the City. ofKlsslmmee ...' AUMP5l'r' roll and D. B. I. as Rpeclal under George F. Ooode deceased or of the City Klaslmmee. :
Florida do hereby proclaimand II. declare that a special election ofthe .......... day In June. the same wise. do appear to the Complainant'slllll !
qualified electors\ of eald city will day of June A. D. 191.. between the of Complaint herein filed on or before . .. . . . . . . .
be held at Oreystone' Casinobuilding I In TeNtlll..e't.: lII.rV-: undersigned hours of 11 o'clock H. m. and 2 o'clock the 3rd day of July, A. D. 1916: .
aid cit) during the regular hours of as Sherfrr of Osceol County. p. m. at the front of the Court Housedoor else In due course of law. the said Kill - ,

voting; on the State of .Florida acting under and by In Klaslmmee I Osceola County of Complaint will be taken aa confessed J. W. '
Sr* Day ef ...... A. n. lei. virtue of a Final Judgment rendered Florida. will offer for Bale to the highest -. by al such parties.
upon the question of ratifying or rejecting In the above case on the 4th day of and best bldd. forcash, the following And Is further Ordered that thl.Ord..r .
contract for the furnishing; of March A. D. 19111. will expose for property: be publ..h..d once a week for FUNERAL DIRECTORand J;
of Klsslmmee by sale and Cell at the Tletrlnnlna fifty-nine and one-half twelve weeks In the KIsImmee -
A.a. electricity to the City Court House doorat con..rulve al
of (69% > yards north of the southeastcorner (laiette. a weekly F
the Tucker Brick Company. copy Klsslmmee. Osceola county. Florida. $ .
4 which contract la published herewith. on the first Monday In June. A. I.). 191*. of the southwest quarter of the newspaper and of general
The following qualified electors are at mibllo auction to the highest and southwest quarter of section 15. township circulation rUbl.h..d ) of Osceola ,
hereby appointed to as officers of beet bidder for following described 26 range 29 east. run thence and State GD8SDJ BIE LICENSED EMBLEBI
aid Special Election: nit D. Oulce, J. property C..hblhe. McKay heretofore north seventy-nine and one-half ((79',4) THH HONORABLE .

N.W. Bratton L.llly. A. Clerk.In l>. Gilbert.. Inspectors. ; H. levied Issued upon In said under case Writ pursuant of execution to- yards: thence(69'1)west yard.sixty-nine: thence southseventynine ..ndon..h..11 said AlERV.Court. .PERKJNf.. Judge.. aa of Cle..kth..r..of. the Store and Chapel, Stwa Ana.Kleelmmee. .

and the seal of the said. Circuit
Witness Whereof I have hereunto ..Ie! judgment' : and on..h.t ((79 H ) -
set my hand aa Mayor of said city. One Ford automobile yards: thence. east .ltt.nln..n one- C.url. on the list day of March n
caused the corporate seal of said cityto The purchaser shall pay for bill of halt (69 tt ) beginning A. D. 1916. .
be hereto affixed and the same attested eal.., 1.:4 lying; c 'In (Ct. CU 1 3. U OVERCTREET. Insurance that Insures;
.,. by the Clerk this 10th day of 'This. the (th day of May A. D U16. the County .Icb..f State of As Clerk of Said Court. W. B. Crawford '
. '. A. D. In. Lt H. INGRAM. Florid. L.a
,' .May C-' H. R. MAY JO-Jt As Sheriff of Osceola County. Dated- this the 4th day of May A D. A* Deputy U-lSt\erk.10hn.ton Protection that Protects CRAWFORD JARRELL '
1 16. Garr.t.
'. Mayor 01 the City of KIssmtne6.! .
'y- O1LBEtT.: LEWIS O'BRYAN. Complaln.ntI.
Att..t-J. It. Cou",1
"t (seal.: ) CUT Clerk. ftOTICH OK PRIMARY ELECTION.. 'O-I Special Master'In Chancery. ATRNET8AT.LW

0 . ..ette ... v...* Oa, Clmlt fee the rre>... JB |-
.r' '.....''- .. ef Ces>tr | In pursuance of the provisions of JOC) TO CREDITORS. Cr .t... ef Offices 4. 5. 9, and T CUtxaar
.1 F.
CONTRACT. the- Act of June. lilt regulating primary a. s.d f.r Oewevla Bank Bufldlny -.
. i This afree'ment made and entered In. elections, notice l COURT or- THE coturrr IN CHANtEY .
. to this ...... day of -----------A. D. en that a primary r.c'rb-'l1f.I: :: ee If' UTATBJ rLorun .1001 Florid .'
I 1516. by and : : held. In each: election precinct In Oaeeola OB .01. Hetrl ,C- J.lmm.
r. ll.aJl'1 :: VIITr.
. BRICK p. ,a Corporatlon. county on- I. re BMate Keckem- a- ... DAKIN AVENUE
hereinafter called the party of the Tke. First TstnMe.7 After tke Flret . I : .U I'-rt. TITI,. C
First Part, and the City ot Kleelmmee, Mesietay tm'fmmm, A. O. 11 a To aJl"creditors. Distributees .. KaaureB.4 fisssBBrj
a Municipal' Corporation under the at which time In the several precincts and all Lcat.e. Claims orDemands ReepS'Bee'Bte.OROBH' .a KISSIMMEE FLORIDA LEWIS 'OYRYAMATTORNETATLAW ,
\ Law. of Florida. thepaety'.of the second the elector qualified, may vote therein against said Estate: OirrVMUOATIOir
part WITNESSETH:.t' for their choice of candidates for the You and each of you. are hereby notified '
1. The party of the ,, part hereby 1 offices>> respectively mentioned aa fol ..nd required to present any claims TO" ALL WHOM: IT MAT CONCERN: Waring .
covenant and agree with the party of lows: and demand which 'you' or either o( It appekrlnar by the sworn Bill of J.CI

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. Beginning on June lit and continuing .:'. I From \-.. H. Jones'fcr last ceun- .. '

j;', added th. the for .veral month the 4, ninth with two laid away there"was Presbyterian church. ty convention and city conven- the eecutive committee of the . '\

to registrationduring St. Cloud end In < Valley Gazette will *end out.600 -4, nothing 'doing :with the counting sta Mr. and Mrs. 'I. H. Wetherbeo, Mrs. talon ...* _.-._......__:.-__._, 25 l and the field secretary, Lees- t.' ' "
Both! at
, pasty.&r. < papers each Vcek on the'order of :4 tion. Ira ,W therbett and Mrs. W4, G. Me- From W. U. Jones on pledges.., I S) was selected as the place for

: Kissimmee he him referred Editor to' the Triplett attacks of the,County Commissioners' to per4, The stands were well filled when.the' Clam of Union Center United Brethren From W. B Wlthergpoon, pledges 6 &- 'the, next conference.
made upon by 0' living in Northern States- $, 'School. .
' tho St. Cloud Tribune, and the resignation sons play began and the auto parking spa e The, following delegates were ..e.1.
of Urn latter. He was greeted : who are interested Florida. <, was crowded to its limit with gasoline I Rev A. M. Chisholin; and Prof. C. E. Total __u__ -___________r43 to the Annual Confcrencer *J, ,.

? in St. Cloud )by shouts from the i 4. .We want our readers ,to help us 4: buggies- each counting from four to Yow- lI, of the Kissimmee Christian Disbursements-' Lee, J. J. Anderson, T. J. Watkins, ;
, 4. make up this list. We have already -> admissions. the School. Check to Chas. A, Hoyt, Oct. .
audience that "Never mind that, Joe, eight Altogether opening F. B Hanna. ,
0' secured three or four hundred ; of the Orange' Belt,League Insofar W. II. Jones, of the Kissimmee Baptist 1915 ______ __x-1___________$25 Gantr..t H. >
: G. S. Greg
it's helped you like 4 Alternates: ; : --'j
but to
-, names, as Kissimmee I is concerned was an auspicious School. Check to W. H. Jones, expanse
State Senator Arthur E. Donegan, 4. have our readers furnisn the re- 0) 1 L. A. Shelton, T. K. Hall. ;
occasion. .It wasThursday ; to Miami _____ .11 :
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committeeman from John L. Overstrect, of tho Kiemmee un. The of the morning was de
< mainder. If you knew persons half-holiday and all the business and' !Check to Chas. A. Hoyt, May,

Osiceola cpunty presided at. the. me>!t- .0- in other states who are in- professional'men of the city closed up Methodist School. : 1916 ____ _______________?- 6 by Rev. E. S. Hopson, District
iD 4 terestcd in Florida and'who might 41 Mrs. John A. Bishop, Mrs. J. W. for this district, on the '-

in front <- be induced to' Co Os cola '* tight for the affair. The game was a I Evans, Mrs. J. W. Miller, A S. Nelson, "Seeking the Lost r1}
Following a concert given come good clean cut contest and the showing Total 1 un ,_______ ______-$42
of the theatre by the Kissimmee Con- <- county, (tend us the names and augurs well for the success of league i Dr.' and Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon, of JAS. M. JOHNSTON, During'the afternoon\ ( session Daniel

cert Bund and a number of !selections ."addresses and we will send them 4 baseball in this neck of the woods. the Kissimmee Presbyterian School. The,. aptillt quartet rendered Sweat, 01. Leesburg, and

played on the Interior,by the Osceola 4 the papor: for the period paid for > Following a concert by the Kissimmce I An odd less was made by State Secretary fine songs Dr. W. B. Farrell Caldwell. of Lockloosa

High School Orchestra under the direction < by the County Commissioners. Concert Band undsr the direction,I R. C. Wcidbr on "The Development made a short talk and the by vote of the conference, Ji\ "*-

of R. DC Witt' Brown; Senator ..0HELP US TO HELP YOUR of G. M. Shearouse, Jr., Mayor May of the Child. He \lso!' con- adjourned wtih the benedictlor- to preach. .

. Donegan opened the meeting. He asked .COUNTY AND OURS. 4 opened the hostilities by heaving the ducted a Round Table. Reports were read and adopted con

that any other candidates present 4.4. <. .> <. <. < < <.. ..o..o.o' < <> 4 <> first leather. It was a wide on and An able address on "The Teacher AVIATOR'S. DARING ACT.Looped' the spiritual state of the

who wished to do so, come forward ----- ,. Sunday school, leagues and
-------------- - - - he was hoisted. to make room for Bur- and Teaching" was delivered by Rev.G. the Dropped
and address the voters. None of the Civil War, and it has been exceedingly stow. I Northrop, pastor of the St< Cloud Loopand .. Rev. J. .B. Ley addressed

local candidates* responded but noting difficult for even an. old Congressman! For four innings the local h-iaver retired Methodist Church. Captor to Sudden Death. conference on the subject of
that W. Crawford of Conway, to much."I ---- extension.
George accomplish
the vistiors in on-two-three or- Recess was taken for noon lunch. No tale of from I
Orange county was present, Senator think I can, therefore, without faced him strangor scape following resolutions were in ,
der. Only one man
been told
has perhaps
, introduced him candidatefor claim work is good Afternoons tivity ever in the of the committee
, Donegan as a egotism. that my a In the fifth and sixth innings while in report
the annals of than that
the office of State Senator from showing for the first term. especiallyin seventh he knocked them down Meeting at 2 o'clock devotional services any war resolutions:
the in
, the Nineteenth district. While Mr. view of the fact. that I have only a' Then the fatal eighth were led by Albert Mannypenny.An rated by 'Major de V-, .a District Conference of the M. E.
came ,
row. aviator who captured
Crawford is Senator Doneganthe served since December 6, 1915. address was recently South lesolution Of thanks
opposing the sad story of which has been told. earnest, practical was hind German line's when dense :
local man made complimentary re. "I desire to state with the entire The ninth of threeup made by Rev. A. M. Chisholm on "How a Be it resolved, first that this confer
was again a case
caused him lose hsl
marks concerning him and stated that Florida delegation the best of good three down.Kissimmee I'I'I to Promote the. Work Throughout the to bearings. out of full hearts of appreciation: :
tured the this .
if he was to be beaten, he would t-e feeling has prevailed, and they have threatened in the County." This was followed by discussion by enemy earnestly extends -its !thanks to
very Frenchman tied to his seat in
0 glad to know that he was beaten by given me their hearty cooperationand I first round when Pound singled after was Methodist Church with its
own aeroplane and ordered by a
. euch a good man. assistance. On pastor, Brother S. W.
one was down. He went to second on I motion the nominating committee man aviator officer, who climbed
Mr. Crawford spoke for some ten "I have stood by our President in the throw in and to third on Hunter s was requested to name rome one to hind to fly low tl-c together with the rest of the
him. over
his remarks all matters, and have assisted to the of ( for th-iir: most gracious "hospital
minutes and were accorded infield out. Hollander failed to deliver act as "Superintendent Evangelism"in lines and not to descend or to signal
every attention by.the audience extent of myability to help keep our and the chance was gone. Againin the Sunday Schools of the.county. I his fellows, under penalty of to and entertainment of the Con- 4,

which applauded him freely up- country tut of the ternblo war, whichis the third, when both Alvey and M-I| They nominated Rev. A. M. Chisholm, 'death from a bullet from the .
on conclusion. - now spreading death and destruction Allister registered blows. Klsoimrm'c and he was duly elected revolver. interests of the Woman's Mis

In introducing Congressman Sears, all over Europe. So far we have been' rooters took hope, but Mr. Hope refused -I Offerings in cash to the amount of By the simple of Society in the Oilando Dis-

Senator Donegan presented tovhim a successful, and I sincerely trust such to take a seat on the localbench --' $1(; were raised in support of the stele the loop Major V-process ridded were represented by Miss Ella

beautiful basket of flowers, the gift will continue to be the case. I desire and there was nothing doing. work. of his unwelcome District Secretary of Orlan
of Miss Jean Caldwell, Kissimmeu to assure you, such will be the Both to be wellbu'a '!-
. teams
The committee oil time and place for who had not taken the precaution
talented florist case us far as I am concerned, so longas .?re are 1000 or 1200 women in
( and good baseball may be When Mr. Sears began his address we can do so with honor"THE district., according to the district
peeled throughout the season. ion Center next Novc-inlier the .e- ,euver, after a sudden swift flight !
Vie thanked Miss Caldwell for her gift. --- Hartow will here next Tucsd and\, only about 235 are "11-
.... play
.. higher altitud executed
: .e- -.x--: port was duly adoptedThe ( ?, was co;
In addition he thanked the band the 1. 4 and then the locals will take the ro.ulfor 'pectedly that the German officer .
orchestr.a and Manager Bead, of the (0 TIME OF RIPENING OF the next two games playing Lakeland \ committee Oil nomination made I' great "World Win" campaign is ""ii
: I to his enemy's
Lyric and Casino, for the use of the 4 VELVET-BEAN:: VARIT1ES. rxt: Thursday and the following: ; ,report which wa; duly ndopt.-d: plunged gues"from the machine purpose to his for next October when the ,

Casino and for closing the other motion 4 By John Belling. < Tuesday at Winter Haven and Tue- The committee on resolutions, offerLd ,will go out after those not

picture house, so that all might 0' .0- day, June Hh, at Bartow, coming homL-' suitable resolutions of thanks which YOU CAN SAY "DA.MN." up. Thy will go in from the (f'
""'H---: > I were< heartily ado p4od. and from the
hear him speak.Congressman to meet Lakeland again on June 8tlu squads country sec'i:

Sears then launched In North and West Florida, late I The box score of yestcrday'o game I Th? committee o-i nomination made If You !Mash Your Thumb Court I
forth into a discussion of his record varieties of velvet bean, like the follows: ''report which was duly adopted and is the Language Is Excusable. Wednesday: nigh''s! session of the 7 ; '

and the attacks made "ypon, him by his Florida, the Lyon, and even the Chinese -j- Kinsinimee. I as follows: Conference, 'Rev. S. W. :,

opponents. I rarely ripen all their pods before AB R ]II PO A K; President, W. H. Jones; vice-presi A fussy Brooklyn woman represented the Florida Con ,

. His explanation of his vote on the I frost. In Central Florida the Alvey, cf h. 4 0 1 2 0 i) I dent, G. O. Ritkettu-; secretary, J. L. Magistral: Nash the: othcr day i Brotherhood. This organiza J:

Keating Child Labor bill, the only caterpillar usually attacks the vines Pounds ss 4 0 1 150( Overstreet; treasurer, J. M. Johnston; summons for a man she had ; I is for the purpose of giving im ..

. issue made against him by his opponents abdly about September; so that, unless Hunt. r. 2b 4 0 0 I 4 0 elementary superintendent, Mrs. Harry lie had been profane in her relief to the families of

was received with enthusiasmin the fields are sprayed, the late Hollander, :3b 4 0 1 1 2 0 | K. Goss; secondary superintendent, she said. Magistrate Nash in case pf death. At prP' ',

both cities Bnd many who had ben beans may be a failure. $ome early Barstow, p 4_ 0. 0 0 4 0 ,;'Mrs Nellie Wethcibee; superintendent his sorrow at this fact. I the benefit amounts to about $500. ''i

Influenced by the claims of his opponents velvet beans may require to be harvested Bullock If 3 ,0 0 1 0 0 o fteachers' training Dr. W. B. With- "I will gladly Issue the summons ; Preachers pay a mortuary fee of $3 ,"

hook his hand after the in time to prepare the ground Story, c ._ ,. 3'O 0 6 2 01 I erspoon; missionary superintendent, he has been profane," said he. ,17'1'M.: laymen who ant honorary, now f

; apeechei and re-pledged their support. for a winter crop. Where the cater Carson, Ib 3 0 0 16 0 01 I (to be appointed by the eecutive com haps you had best relate: the members, pay '$1 on the .;.

Ue, reviewed his entire locord and pillar is absent, early beans may be McAllister, rf 20 1 000 mlttee)'; home department superintendent stances?" of a, member. :.

T read numerous letters from men influential fawn, as late as June, and,," still givea Regero ,__.__' ____ 10 1 000 f Mrs. J.. W. Miller; temperance "He said 'damn It'," said the k
In tim nation's affairs commending fair yield., '--\',- '- - superintendent, Mrs. S. B. Aultman; mon, blushing.. a \
t' hi* labor for the country. For' the last four years observa . .v ,', 32O52'717O, I) adult superintendent, Mrs. J. W. "Somo authorities hold that AFTER CATTLE'.' TICKTh.farmerj'around

, la part he said t tlo"1I on the time of .'flowering, of the -Batted : hi eighth' in'- Evans; evangelism superintendent, it' is profanity':.said Mr. Nash .- _J. "I will therefore state In different varieties have been made at i Myrtle Gro.Y }
4 briefly l ng. \ { Rev; A., Chisholm; executive committee ly. "What was he doing ct the i -
part what have been able to accomplish the!ExP riment,Station.( 1 Lakeland. C. H. Funk, J. H. Andorsrm, he said 'damn itT I county built. monument. '

f III' conjunction with my col tention was given! to this point in ABR.IIPOAE C. O. Ricketts, G. W. Bronson and C. "He was laying a carpet for i dedicated to the cattle indus ].'.;
Perhaps it not the usual
. all'varietics', was t
leagues. 1915, when were planted Sawyer, c -. 4 1 2 6 0 0 E. Yowell. said the woman. '
: "For Rivers and Harbors in my district on May S, at equal depths and distances. Hattohp .... 4 0 1000 Last years convention directed '"Andprqmpt.d the of commemoration but it will .';
having far more useful to the county and
$495,000. Of said sum, $140000 S. Mcharg, Ib 4 0 1 11 0 0 the exectivc committee to "Ho hit his thumb." t
pre state than
maar monuments
ivaa tor harbor at Miami ;also necur- i Early Velvety Beans. Smith, 2b 4 0 0 0 5 0 constitution .and the "Under these conditions: ," said' j
pare a by-laws cost a hundred times '!
ed permission to use the $100,000 formerly 1. The Georgia velvet bean had Benton, If 4 0 0 1 1 0 istrate Nash, "and havinglaid more. .
and .
' I following was reported adopted, S. Poco; district agent for the.. :
appropriated for constructio its flower on July 9; its blooming Garlette, ss 4 0 1 4 3 0 to-wit myself and having inadvertently I
: of Florida. Extension Di r
work at Miami. period was over August 6; its pods Robinson, cf _____ 3 0 0 1 0 0 my own thumb with the hammer
Constitution and of Osceola reports that at least
::9 "Survey of Key West Harbor witha were all dry before Stptember' 9. B. Meharg, 3b _x__ 3 1 1 3 1 0 By-Laws laying said carpet, I shall have peo ;.

: view of removing what is known 2. The Yokohama velvet bean Franklin, rf _____ 2 1 '0' 1 0 1 I County Sunday School Association. rule that your employee was not attended the dedication. The vat ;
I turned
to the Escambia
'Middle Ground'. flowered, in 1914, at about the sam 1. This organization shall bo known fans. He was only vulgar. over C'l.
, lmty Crop Improvement Associa !
""Survey of Onoshohatchoe river. time aa the Wakulla and its pods 32 3 627' 10 1 as the Osceola County Sunday School mons refused."--Cincinnati '

"$60,000 for eradicating citrus canker were dry at the middle of September. Score by Innings. I Association, and shall conform gener- Star. A charge will bo mads for dip- j,
The will be
proceeds used to ,
I An you know the larger part of: KissimmO3.000000000-0 ally to the regulations of the Florida *1

.citrus 'canker is confined to my dis 3. The Wakulla velvet bean bloomed Lak-sland _____ '0000000303.Summary. .. Sunday School Association and the International Ribbon are used to a. great the tick eradication move- 4 '

: trict. on the average on July 15; its Sunday School Association. in trimming this year's dresses. H 3

The: River and Harbors Bill and the blooming period was over on August Home run-Sawyer; twobasc hit-- 2. The object of- this association *

Agricultural Bill containing $250,000 1 10 and its pods were dry, on the average shall be to mob the improvementof "' 00 '
; Hollander; struck out, by Barstow 5, | pro
for the purpose of eradicating citrus I on September 12. by Hatton 4; hit by pitcher-Frank-j methods in Sunday school work and
i i ; d ;;ti ;;;;; i;
-& canker have only passed the House, 4. Tho Apopka velvet b un bloomed 1m; left on banes, Kissimmee 3. Lakeland to awaken a wider interest 'in It. 1 I Classified oor'i.1

,. but I am satisfied same will pass the on !the average on July 22; its 3; first base on errors, Kissimmee! 3. Its officers shall be presilent,

r Senate. flowering period was over on August 1. Time-1:40.: Uumpirc-Weaver.HARTOW vice president, secretary, treasurer, ,

"Succeeded in having a contract let 18; and its pods were .ripe by Sep- and A superintendent of tMch of the departments - . -- O 0006 .

for the purpose of deepening and im- tember 14.Medium. BEATS WINTER HAVEN. of the modern Sunday STALLtON FOR'COLT SERVICEStrong I SALE! OR TRADE for horse and

proving the St. Lucie Inlet. and Early Velvet Beans. School l; and these shall perform the intelligent, gentle, wagon one 2 c/ Buick in good

"Had lights placed! on Lake Okee- 5. The Osceola velvet bean flowered Winter Haven, May 18.-All Winter duties gcnerally incumbent Oft such of condition. Money refunded if condition, good tires; must sell or ;

.; chobce. on the average on August 2; its Haven and half of Bartow was out at ficers. colt. 422 West Oak street. trade Box 221 at once.Klssimme A. M.,. Jones, P.7tf O. '

"Secured rpedo boats for Key blooming period was not over until the ball park her this afternoon to 4. There sHall be an executive committee -

West. September 2; and its pods were ripe see the opening grime of the Orange appointed? from year to year STALLION FOR COLT SERVICEMagnificent -A black leather handbag, con-

"Have a promise from the committee about September 25. Belt League, which was won by the. f composed of five members, with the northern animal. G. A. R. badge and other

that the sum of $60,000 will be appropriated 6. The Chinese velvet bean visitors 2 to 0. president and secretary.. as ex-officio. New Eden Plantation, near articles. Reward if returned

for the purpose of holding bloomed on and after August 13. Its The gamo was a pitcher's battle with members. cooa&se, or address Box 496, Mrs. Belle Modie, corner Aderhold

. 'the .annual shoot of the National blooming period was not over until L/Hommadieu on the \hotter! tnd of the 5. Every pastor and Sunday school simmee, Fla. Oak streets. 22-ltpd!

,1 Guard at Jacksonville. October 6, some of its leaves having deal. The Hartow finger had better superintendent In Osceola county maybe --:

.. "Introduced a bill for the purpose been i destroyed by caterpillars. On support than Haines and -was more entitled to members' ip in the association FOR SALE-Good light running -A Pythian Sisters emblem pin.
,: of repairing and improving postofTice November 5, its pods were mosUy steady in the pinches. The game was and each Sunday: ..chool maybe buggy, in good order. Will please return to Mrs. Car--

building nt St. Augustine An inspector dry. played in an hour and thirty minutes. entitled to one delegate for every cheap. For particulars, write or Farmer. 22-It

t has ben over tho building and 7. The Alachua bean bloomed The score: ''t .verity members of its enrollment, withan at the Valley Gazette. I ;

,- a favorable report will be received on 'about August 13. It also was attacked Bartow _001 000 100-2 3 3 additional delegate for each frac- RENT-Six modern ,, SALE-One good saddle horse ,

,t name. by caterpillars. Its pod were Winter haven ..000 000 000-0 3 6 tion of ten or more on its roll. FOR tage, close in; $12 room per month. several fresh Jersey cows. Se* 4

"Succeeded in advancing the Orlan- ;not all ripe by November' 5. Batteries: L'Hommndieu and Davis; 6. The convention of this association E. Wells, Real Estate and W._Carson. / tf

:: do and Deland postoffice buildings Late Velvet Bean Haynea and Grantham. Umpires, New- shall be held on the 16th of May apce. 104 Possiel. Ave. (The ) EXCHANGE-Some--good- farms

and plans and specifications will beready 8. The Florida velvet bean flowered man and Collins. and November of each year, if this day DWELLINGS for rent; pp1y to Eastern Kansas for Florida
ft : for .bid July lilt and Septein- on the' average, on September 14. "' be Thursday, otherwise on the first Tiller. We also have a good $5000
3 bar let, respectively, apd pproprla"I It was badly eaten by the caterpillar Thursday after the 15th. of hardware in Oklahomo for
'lions have been made sufficient to be- Many of 4ts pod* were. unripe on November THH COURT Of THW COUNTY 7. The executive\ council shall prepare HOMESTEAD WANTED

.. jfiiT'work' the buildings. 5.,. .' JIUUU.. IN AND. FLORIDA.VOH OSCHOL.ACOUNTY. the program,for the conventions, I homestead is on lake or river, the property. List. your property
will It for Realty Co. They
"--'"'Have" Introduced bil's' for postT 9. The Lyon vevet!! bean blooined !. the Matter et-the. IC..... ef Hmrrr and attend to any business in the In- you relinquish suitable< *
.......... ._ I price, write me at once. Will connections with some ,, S-
>mceJ tmfldlngsYand cites, at West In 1914,.about, September 6. It Wall W. 0- J terim that may seem' to them to be ... L' |
To all Wire Real
Creditor. Letees. all correspondence. the Estate dealers in the ,. Palm 'Beach pod,Fort- Pierce, and amsatisfied badly eaten by caterpillar Many of te**. and all other . D.trt13ii needed tortbe promotion of the interests who will send '
claims' .or demand .*.' confidenceAddress clients to them
will.receive I favorablo report Its pod were still green on Novom-: estate of Harrr W. Thurman. dnceaeed of the Association. be located. Ii
: W6. "' late of Oeeeola County* Florida to 8. The officers shall 'be elected at Lock Box L, Lake City, Fla- Call on us and wo vriH- -
I .
on ...m.I .. ; the undersigned. Administrator ot oaf and advertise
( .have voted' "oran good road i estate hereof., within two years from. .. the da. the''May contention for one year: EXPERIENCED .MAN Co the North If it I*your priced property -
', 5nea nre*; for the extension of the par I Truck.*ndvege table, movement fro: You; and''" of, 'you;, aretierebV. 9.. These) regulation: *.may,be chang bookkeeper-stenographer, would Realty Company. ( : .
celportr*or"*hnmlarratl- *bil!% and the East Coast:: yct: >nt iaJ.very heavy alalme hoUn.d-d.maad.s and >required-ta" < present any or ed'aV any session of the'' conventions, to locate: LnKuIgiAOo.\ Answer it -
t tor other.meesurea, *, Laaw, .it, which be .i-ta !J .!.JrI tth.r'efyeu.eatate: 'naynave-"'.. .-< ag.ti- ,., .. wlqtoutprevfous notice', by a majority 97, Winter Haven, ,Ftc. TRADE -Twenty acres of Im-
would b*/o'f.I thcoIt44.of>( IIIt out and,the..tomato season I* expected Dated M.,..' ..-..Al1slI..t.. X'' vote of. .the.members" parti Ipet1ng. ' land near Shingle, Creek
'ThiTia been on. of, tho mot tryessfon w.atb.yr4b.wsrrwtnvwttbIli7lekI'r . .1H4h'softtbqkercol1ars: ' are" made .. President Jones 'called the convention Good eondltl n.' Extra truck Inquire Sat. 16 Broadway.

I, 'In,. ::. *' 'Congrtu alnce the,I' If .of 'ermine fur. to order at 7:30: o'clock I and .de- M." P. O.boX 123islmmee. :l. 20-ti .11

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